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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 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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This morning's sub freezing temperatures set no .FloridaTo _
records, but hundreds of area' farmers find no consolation '

I\ Hardest in that., hit by general frost was Alachua) County's Hits Jax Have <: Yielding ": ,

-.3,000-acre: watermelon crop. Peppers and.cucumberswere' ., .

-. "' *. *. also 's hit: too:hard.early, :in I the,day to Own AtlasFlorida ". .:=.(.. Bodiess f I

'a good estimate,"County Police .
: ;
Peaches Wflburn Farrell said at soon will become the .. .
; ''but-.you can be, first state to publish its own, ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) f
it's not good." 4 Officers atlas.A Shattered .Alaska counted

Vegetables said that'Ed Simmons dream of nearly 30 years more dead today ,and reports .
'reported 90 per cent Arrested: will be a reality April.22 when from backwater villages indicated .

watermelon crop black the Atlas of Florida begins rolling there may be still many
DamagedATLANTA the frost and Henry Beth- JACKSONVILLE (APMorethan off the University of Florida ;: \ > more victims 'of 'the great
Newberry reported all his 75 members of.the city police Press. ., '. .. earthquake; .*
: crop blackened from department, were question .The: Florida Atlas depicts the u .
Ga. (AP-Sub- IJ The toll or dead and
; : pre-
: ed overnight and four 'veteran state's physical landscape, his 4t
freezing temperatures over the sumed dead mounted to 178 in
0..Gay.of La Crosse said officers were arrested on torical development, economy
Southeast spread into north cen .,, a tally'released by Alaska Civil
"the 'sun later in ''the day charges of taking protection and' its people. It also includes ; ;;. Y. 3s
tral.Florida today, adding Defense. Officials noted some
early tell the truck I payoffs,>from ,gamblers.Authorities' a wealth of information
story" on graphic ,
vegetable crop damage to the of the deaths could not.be con
in that A hot after- about the of thestate's
area. many aspects
loss suffered by peach growers said today they firmed.
,In other-states. will; cause considerably' expected to make more arrestsin development.The The .picturesque island of
than if it culminates
damage warms project an
Zwen -seven degree cold gradually. ,,he said.., the dePartment' but, declinedto U idea that originated hi,the late .N Kodiak, southwest of Anchorage
: killed some beans, corn, cucum- C.: Hodge, one of the give any details. thirties but, was not actually .in the Gulf.of Alaska, appeared'to -
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bers and watermelon in sec biggest melon growers, Duval County Sheriff .Dale started until the mid-fifties. ; I" .' ,, ," be'the, state's hardest

tions around Gainesville, Ocala / damage to the Carson conferred with County Themaps: and graphic.details, . : 'hit area. The report showed 72
and ZeBwood, Fla.Georgia's crop in west ,Alacbua 'Solicitor''' Edward'' M. ,Booth..,In were produced by ,Dr. Erwin .; .[.. -- or' more dead or presumeddead
depended 'on whether their possession I reportedly was Raisz. internationally known .} ;.1,. ; -.... _',. .. as a result of Fridayevening's

,main peach- plantings were In high. >or .information'from: the FBL artist and cartographer. The .c. .. .. '.., quake and tidal
producing are appeared to ground, new or old ground text was written by Dr. John R. aa O.. waves.
have 'survived major damage several other factors. There was no indication of the Dunkle of the University of Flo- The Kodiak. toll was based onrePortS
In the second straight day of it's for sure,there was 'type gambling the four arres'ted'pollee furnished by state police -

.below freezing weather. The a bit of damage," H o dge. officers' allegedly, protected rida.University Press officials say after a tour of the island's
Fort': Valley section, where ; the Atlas will fill a demand 'by torn' and twisted villages.

nearly 70 per cent of the state's D. Emerson of Bland told Booked, $12 million peach crop is grown, Agent ,Farrell that his charges ,of accepting bribes students, as well C as businesses Financiers to fifth graders-will: ; find something fense list was the communityof

reported., some damage in 25- fertilized pasture were Capt. Harry F. Branch, 41, seeking detailed and authoritative interest in the"new Florida Atlas,being shown here by Chenega, on Prince William
degree weather but. growers "looks like snow." head of the breaking and enter- information on the state. UF President J. Wayne Reitz to Andrew Olson and Sound. Reports from Fairbanks
said they still expected to havea ba most of. which, has tog'squad.and the morals detail Its 54 pages, 43 of them in Vicki Scfimidt. The'book' is due to roll off the University indicated half the town's popu-
.good crop. within the lation of 45 may have been lost
gJarTted past of Florida: Press next month.Voter .
and brother of assistant Chief
(See. ATLAS on Page 2) in a desperate race for higher
is not to
or two, expected
lessened the effects
A cloud
cover H. V. Branch; Capt. Gerald W.
ground against an 80-foot tidal t
hurt unless high winds con-
of the cold in south Geor-
Duggan, 59, 'charge of a uniform wave.
gia and there appeared to be squad: ;Lt.Grover C. Star-
The Fairbanks reports said E
little damage to tobacco and to? state climatologist ratt Jr. 44 head of the morals Dogs Halt Registration, .
Butson; took 'a look at two persons were known dead i
mato plants. records'and came detail, and Sgt Bert W. Hagen, > .. and 20 missing after the wave t
:,; Severe up 42, who works with Starratt in : -Deadline Is Near ;1-":" washed. the little.town. -1 I
damage peaehes re- Jhe-obsenatioB that, ,wjpe 't .Sit A .-' *; I away -
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suIted In north Georgia In the in oruning' .cold ls'*unusual' Defense said it could

cold blast that hit early Mon- this time of year, it is by no They were released.in bondSof ) New voters have,until 5 pjn. Saturday: to register for the May 'neIther confirm nor deny the
day, and North and South Car- a record. 1,500 apiece. .AugustineST. 5 Democratic'prii ary. report based on stories from
olina orchards suffered heavily.In of the unusual factors is survivors flown to Cordova.
Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma Bethea will close the books
Spartanburg County, where two of the three freezes aft- Sheriff,Dale Carson said "the' ; AUGUSTINE'AP Saturday to' meet state laws requiring voter registration to be The new casualty figures
nearly half of South Carolina's 25 in'the past 27 years police officers are charged withworuing : were up 74 from the last Civil
lice ,moved in with snarling, 'stopped 30 days before an. election.
$20 million peach crop is grown come within the past:two, ,with local gamblers by dogs today on 140. young Negroes The registration'office in the courthouse will be open' Thursday Defense report Issued Monday.
more than 90 per cent of the Record low for this time receiving protection paymentsof Nearly'aU the new dead were
sit-down dem- night until 9 o'clock and will 'remain all Saturday so
staging a open day
fruit was. reported destroyed. (See FROST on'Page Z) substantial amounts. '' from Kodiak-which listed only ;
onstration in the Ponce de Leon -new voters in the city 'and county can register. victims ;

Spring crops 'were wiped "In:return, the police officers ,Hotel in'' this raciallytroubledcity. Mrs., Bethea has asked' that all voters who have, moved notify seven The list by communities Monday. plus
or destroyed in recordbreakingcold allegedly allowed the gamblersto her office: of their new: address so their: voting precincts can be the tally from Chenega showed '
in, North Carolina unmolested., changed.
operate these counts: ;
lows ranged from the teens Mayor Haydon Burns, cam youths Some,\had.time taken after,seats the in Negro the Anchorage, 8 dead, 2 pre
That state's
the 30s.
$2.5 IsWetbiesday paigning for governor along the finest sumed dead; Whitter, 1 dead,
dining room of the city's
peach crop appeared lost lower east coast, said 'by' telephone hotel, officers moved in led by Problems 12, presumed dead; Cordova, 1 _
) apple growers in western counties Budget
dead 3 dead Kodiak "-
feared cold "I cannot comment on Sheriff L. 0. Davis and Police : ; Homer ;
damage.
Island 22 dead 50 presumed:
this particular case bacause I Chief Stewart .
Virgil
Much' of south Georgia's early 'do not know the details." Burns dead; Valdez, 1 dead, 30 presumed "

I : watermelon crop was 'damaged r."I Is the deadline for supervises the police department After the .were. or- Pondered by CityBy dead; Kayak Island, 1
or wiped out by to qualify for their and also is safety_ .commissioner. dered three times to leave,police dead; Chenga, 2 dead, 20 presumed
,
cold but there is time for homestead exemption for brought'-: ,the dogs, bark -- -- dead; Seward, 3 dead

planting and the early crop ing and snapping. JEAN 'CARVER, 600'''collected: parking ''meters, 16; presumed dead; Port Ash- ;::
be set back only a week or two.The Assessor Pierce Smith Holding the trained:dogs backon Sun Staff Writer I' 152,00 with $22,000 collected; ton.l .dead, 5''' presumed dead. '-
federal-state frost warning the.cutoff time is 5'p. m. then marchedthe The list seemed to confirm .. .
leashes police department with
police ,
.$118,000
Commissioners t'.a the belief that of fisher-
service in Florida when his, office clos WHERETO demonstrators outside. City : puffed: $54,000 collected scores
no citrus damage and there It IS also the deadline for few cigarettes studying an overestimated ; men a seaside residents had
Garbage'collection
The Negroes marches earlier five-months' $300,000 died:in waves that'smashed the
no damage reported from for widows exemptions budget .. :
FIND FTComics with collected
,$105,000 Evergreen -
Florida vegetable farms. disability exemptions and into the center of the city where review'last.night that includeda ;; :south< Cemetery;;$12,000 with $8400' ,-
getting personal property demonstrations over,the Easter five per cent,'dip: in cigarettetax .of ,isolated ,areas mainly on _
collected transfers
Although frost warnings 12 had'result d In arrestof ; utility ,
intangible tax form re- weekend :revenue. the Alaskan peninsula or in the- -
.. Classified 13.15 $820,000 with $182,000 collected ..
eluded areas as far south as : \ '43 of their companions and Aleutian Is1a'ndswere described -- Z ,
Finance Officer)! Clarence ONefll '
,13 utility portion of operating
early morning temperatures Entertainment ; "
Everglades, ": 'situation unknown. -
'
;sarisave, to sympathizers. :
up told the commission if
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Obituaries 2. eXpense, $46,000 with$19,000 collected -
:
in south Florida .
...... in in taxes ,by qUalifying"fot Opinion Page--. 4 In another part of the.city, an 'the'cigarette 'tar continues the ; Alachua County, $55,000 ,New after-shocks rocked the -=
Q1e'50s... ad, exemption Smith Sports .9, 10 Episcopal Church cancelled a decline that, began in October with $30,000:collected ,and .airport 'gulf.area., .seismograph at, :::
There are an estimated Women '. 6 communion service: a prayer .with..the new fiscal year.. the. ,.$12,000 with $3,700 collect. the..,University< of Washington' -
Mrs. Layton homes eligible 'for the group planned to attend.! budget j:may- -have-:to be- adjust- ed ,has. .recorded more 'than 60*.. ??
shocks since the big quake. -
in Alachua County., Hosea Williams of Savannah, ,ed.The. Commissioner Jim Richard :*
A moderate to severe tremor =
.. Ga., Negro integrationist leader,- report.for,the first five son,, chairman: of the finance reported'near the epicenter' --
:Succumbs make the months of the fiscal -October committee., said the committee was
urged the youths;to year ,
; of the Friday smasher but re---::
N ted Physic;ist at MIT march nonviolent. through,, February-shows would review the'financial f 1 re- ports from Anchorage indk =-=

Mrs.C.B.Layton, 82, who Williams' .weat- among the revenue totaled$1.6 million..The port. cated it was not felt in populated -.- --
...ed.Jn. Gainesville for left stagingarea anticipated receipts 'for the. The commission also studied
UF youths before they ,a regions of Alaska. Z=
't than 60 years, died at her ,Join Fad Ity of in the Negro section and first five'months.of. the budget the :1963 audit at last night's An airlift was under way::-

at'114 N.E. 7th Ave. last collected pocket knives or other year' was.eipected: -- to be' ,$3.4. three-h ur meeting. from the Seattle Wash., area :
She was the widow of John. C. Slater., one of lion with :crystals aDeSfor the items, "which could be considered miIIloD. Ned Scott, of Purvis, Gray carrying emergency supplies to :
and..former, city :!: greatest scientists. long ..line of distinguished students 'weapons, In case you. are \City officials explained manyof ,and' Powers.presented' ; the.au. I
.. 'CoL CL-R.Xayton. join the faculty of the Uni- he has taught., ,,' arrested." the, big expenditures were (See BUDGET on Page Z) (See QUAKE on Page Z) ,
of Florida next Septem. He.was a.teacher of William' ;made early in the budget'year.
i '",.CoI .Layton died in 1H1 University President J. 'B. Shockley:! 1956 Nobel,PrizeWinner but would:even'out:the budget
; Mrar;former mayor and Reitz.announced today.' 'in phyJcs.< State:Out balance"with lesser expenses later '
reel as a school trustee for theoretical physicist who Dr.. Slater has Jong/been associated -in"th year. ;

years. the present+ ;payees de- .with tto nation's:highest O'NeID.said,the cigarette..tax No. Invasion, :
The Army Reserve. at'Massachusetts In- learned societies for his scientific Of the ItetiTALLAHASSEE was down 10 percent in Novem--. ,

fag ,was named .in his honor. -of'Techaekgy,-'was ap achievements and his ',ber;, December' and .January. :
Services will be'at'3:30 gradute research pro scholarly.work; He'becomes the (AP-Comp- : predicted that the budgets Just a Sinkhole :

row afternoonat, : Holy of physics: aad chemistry (See SLATER troll r Ray 'Green reported to for'streets, garbage rcoDectioa .
Episcopal Church. Burial Sept. L ,the Florida 'Cabinet today that and sewers' will be overspent bythread .BRONSON-A 4 o6t deep crack split part of U.S. Alternate 27 .,w:
be in Evergreen'Cemetery. Slater 63 will divide his time the of the year if. the'current : touching off a series of ; .
,the state was operating' in, west of Bronson, about 2 ajn today,
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'Rev. Earle Page, ;rector and Florida. He rats of spending coatiaues.The .
MIT unidenti-
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crash landing of an
this of a
black for ,the first. time rumors.that_ included one report
HolyTrIn.ity will officiate.Survivors the 'budget report for: the fist
spend eight months on ,1* ,,.-
include "Page"2)a year. ; 'five months comparing' \ lied flying object.
,two Jfee estanated -
:
teaching
residents
campus service of
... Sheriff Jim Turner scoffed at a wire report
snide minion loan .
ters, Mrs., Howard B I "and undergraduate Green : $36 ;receipts with actual unidentified flying object avering in ..
sighted. an
from trust funds in 1963 had claiming they
shows .
late 'collected
Gainesville? and Mrs. P. ) :'and working wtthlthe: : 'ixresnes : property : ,_
_
aitxind .
midnight
Mank Greensboro, N.c.;, qnirrtmn' theory group, ,been repaid:, as; ,had "sev' ra1.other' :to is'estimated jit $1.1 t. the fThis night is sky,ratl'msgmore than a sinkhole- ," Turner said late this -

sisters Mrs:S, J.Thomas four-meetta at MIT. beet- shorHem' e debts' 'to pay mffieo wfch |9tt, 0.coBectd; morning. "It is i not out-Of the ordinary out here. This is a lime- ...

ver,and Mrs. M. H. its .sold Btati. and.molfnil, rr hills.. 'Fm." '.1 tax certificates;fMM..rfth'IMl ,- rock section,and It-. not unusuaL.Apparently. this is just a sink _
Baltimore; four graadc> group. .?.' 'Gov. _; -Brjaat warned. ;o collected gas franchise $t3,080 Vvv ,' .
and three great' -gr One of deeJII'I fochderi Harry Smith,State'';Budget Commission with:*,.cofepted;utility.tax, L hole.Turnerwidth.g' said the"\yater was about 40 feet deep and about_ the y._.
:Palm arena are John B theor 'iv1'dIemIekJ' director, -(O' ,coetioae' | MMvirttfa-fUI,. collected: ; < '. ,

Wade Hampton, J.Lance x. state;physks, Dr. Slater' tight:restrictions oa the" release; _. 'dgarette tax;$312,990 with 100060 ,- same He said first reports came In at about 2 'ajn. and convict ovwsaiteted '. ;.

'by, Sigsbee Scruggs, been.ivleg parH 4pantTkearjr .oT.fTffldB. .:partieatarry- coastruction coBecteducabtevisJon.frao-' ,r, by a State.Road;Department crew from Gainesville. imBaediately '
It BWI op.' ,Stanley West, A. ''Fiedda'a i111dec.Ywetltele JIB t ; ,, ....,.. .4- /_ t. ,s=tai''l0 wife,noting i ,coVM t repaired_ &e crack.: .. '* .:-r-?" )-
Harp.Lewis Halock, W. C.' antumt feud-aeveralHe Florida Z RM%k In its bait :of .1 ni\l '1 .., .1 }t t'l::." u"kTbe' sheriff said traffic was'no seriously_ hampered since oaty 4.
...... ;.E: FiRIeJ; Caa t.,... .!. } .financial posfefea*t the doaeofthe e.....'jinBM ;, wnza.eeI8et ; of the pavement .was"affected. Traffic was immediately :

i "}''" .. GnIIIa" ...,sad. .. ,,.."Cka :. is MterM -"' 1 respect., ,, winter twist season. 'when :..gSO d;. pi n n'bb6. a routed portion, around the, crater, b1 the sbeiff's''depar6mQat and the
88iLioioo. for hte &u..J ., sales tax revwue'js at its peak. eIectrlcal and sewer f.Pte, 2' ..
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2 Gainesville' Sun Tuesday, March 51 I, 1>64OK '



'University Ij I \Viet. Nam >.: .-3 r r..*... Weather ,RoundupS' !Nikfta4rrives; in Hungary

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Fund t BeginsProgram'Ne1t Amid/ New Blast From ChinaBUDAPEST

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c ,, Hungary ( P- Peking loosed a new blast at speeches in Hungary and fiat

1. TALLAHASSEE. (CAP) The ceipts ,of the tax oecome obli- Jfaa lurk mlma B, C, D -Continued Fair through cold Soviet Premier Khrushchev ar- Khrushchev's policies Monday, ably will touch on the feud wim

University Board of Control got' gated. By PETER GROSS Wednesday.low, in 30s and chance rived by train today for a roundof accusing him of paving the way Peking.
a legal green light today to bor Atty. Gen. James Kynes ad- tonight, public ceremonies and 'private for restoration of capitalism in The announced purpose of the
row $900,000 from the state'sutilities vised the Board of' Educationthat SAIGON South Viet Nam of scattered frost. High Wed- ,,, talks with Hungarian Com- the Soviet Union. visit is to help celebrate the 19th ".

tax fund for advance the move was legally pos- The South Vietnamese govern- nesday in 60s. Variable 5 to R munist leaders that may be one Labeling the Soviet premierthe of Hungary's hber-

planning of $75 million worthof sible as long as the bonds were- ment Monday started a crash IS 'mne winds.A more, step toward a showdownwith "greatest capitulationist in anniversary from Nazi Germany.
ration
university construction.The not issued. training program -for young- Partly cloudy' through Wed- Red China.More history" the 30,000-word denun- There is no doubt, however, that-
1963 the A further check with the Army officers who have the nesday.'Not so cold tonight and Wed- ,
Legislature
put r* 0 T. Low tonight to 40s, high Wednesday ciation called on Communists other issues motivated Khrushchev '
utilities tax, which thus far state Board of Administration task of"bringing" effective gov; Winds. M to 72. VarUblt to II mite t everywhere to '"repudiate ,and who is accompanied by ...

amounted to $10.9 million a was ordered to determine whe- ernment to the people .of thevillages. E. F Fair through Wednesday About liquidate" the Soviet premier's Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei .
into a special fund for the ther the loan would harm the : Continued cold tonight low 36 to 44 H
year and risk of light frost colder locations. policy of peaceful coexistencewith A. Gromyko and Yuri Andro- .
retirement of the proposed bond security of the proposed issue. The special course for the High Wednesday 4S to 70. Mostly north the WestKhrushchev *-* \
and northeast S to IS mile-winds. pov party Central Committee :
Issue. In addition, 'the Cabinet approved country's district chiefs markedan G.'H.I Fair through Wednesday. FrostFrom Is' scheduled to for "
cold In 40s. member responsible Soviet
CantbMMd tonight low
Florida's voters ratified a investing the balance of ,important first step in implementing High Wednesday TO to 75. Mostly north .tl.ot.i-' make at least two major policy relations with other Communist
.
and northeast e to U mil winds ...
constitutional amendment last the tax receipts. The annual ,Maj. Gen. Nguyen J -.Fair through Wednesday, continued countries. '
November setting up the fund, tax is collected during'March. Khanh's""clear and hold'1 pro :c.therln cold'tonight. Low M on Page 1
GAINESVILLE THER More About
Inland. Wednesday
beach SOs High Informed sources said the
earmarking the tax and giving to out the Commu-
gram wipe middle 70s. North and northeast
10 to 11 mile winds. Municipal Airport readingsK Communist parties of Hungary
the Board of Education
authority -
Most tistaflRadio
nist insurgency. K Fair through Wednesday. Continued 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: of year since 1923, was April -
to issue bonds. Strongly endorsed by U. S. Wednesday cool 70 tonight to 75., Non't ana nounHugh"60 from 10 'a.m. to3' 17, 1962, when the temperature AtlasFrom cured noland and Bulgaria have will as-

The Board of Control soughta Defense' Secretary Robert S. east 10 to II mile. ..winds. p.m., low 29 at 6 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES fell to 29, and freezing was KhnIshchey they sup
$1.5 million loan last November StarDiscovered McNamara'during the U. S. official's ELSEWHERE ALMANAC. reported, throughout the area. port the Soviet Union in the I
to get the off recent Premier Sunset today 4:47 p.m., this event of a complete split with ,
program visit Reported temperatures ,
High Low I Freclp Sunrise tomorroW' 6:1" aum
the, ground by beginning adVance Kh nh'& strategy emphasizes a Jacksonville 57 M Moonrise tonight 10:12 p.m. morning ranged from 29 to 32 Page'lfull Red China.A .

1-. planning. The money need for efficient government Miami 75 7J 57 44 __ The Last planet.Quarter.Mercury Saturday tonight Is night.Tempe a degrees, with. freezing reported color Include photographs final decision may be made

was to come from the internal administrators in areas clearedof Atlanta New Orleans 51 47 36 29 ;-.. few This degrees week Mercury north of will brighter set later Jupiter.and from 1 ajn. to 830.;: I charts'and maps pictographs. next month when Communist
improvement fund. 23Jupiter will set earlier. each ,eve "That. long-period of freezing leaders gather in Moscow to
\, Nom Jerk Wtett insurgents ,by military action. Boston 42 ning. Pages from the Atlas will be ,
New York 41 22 "
Fund Director William Kldd Washington. 42 23 .2* CEDAR KEY TIDES is the damaging factor, on.display at the Florida Pavilion celebrate Khrushchev's; 70th
suggested that the board tap By WALTER SULLIVAN "You 'are the "hold' in 'clear Chicago MM Wednesday High at 4:17 ajn. and said D. R. Sapp of Florida .Pest birthday. They must choose
at the. New York World's
Kansas City 46 31 9.21 PJIU. Low at ':31 ajn. and 10.34 .
! the as-yet unneeded utilities tax NEW YORK Two California and bold'," U. S. Ambassador Denver. 64 35 -' MARINE and Chemical Co., "but it wasn't: I Fair. Its official publicationdate whether the Moscow'' camp

s, fund, at least until the first astronomers have found Henry Cabot.Lodge: told openIng F Los Worth Angeles 65 6S 51 44 --' EAST GULF FORECAST: Varieble winds 5 to bw enough.or long; enough to coincides with the openingof should continue efforts to re-
i bonds were, issued and.,the reMore what ,they believe to be the day classes Seattle *4 45 U knots through Wednesday. Fair.llore hurt ornamentals- of citrus i the fair. store peace with Peking or

most distant object identified "You, epitomize the idea of crops." make an open break.lond2Y's .
I to date. They assess its dist also said the cold would
I Sapp *
of
; government as the servant blast from Peking
; About ance "several" .billion lightyearlightyear said. 'The f do little harm to home garden. ,'
', I' is the. people Lodge Capture, gave further proof'bat a Romanian
>* :roughly AboutQuake er's annuals.
official
old'Idea of the arrogant mission failed
peace
'a million, million miles. County Agent Farrell said
The: discovery is one, of the looking ,down on the people is a many growers 'in the 'area 4 last month, ,_ e ,;-
1.V.Budget of the You should EscapeesBELL
past
celestial objects thing : Communist informants said
newly recognized "have no choice but to re-'planl
be trusted and loved. the Chinese not only .rejected '
called "quasi stellar ra- when they lost crops.
I 1
From r
From dio sources.ft, Their enormous "After the enemy have been Page 'They have their ground com- = Four road .gang es- the Romanian appeal' but de-
,Page 1, driven out it is to you to had a short vacation
brightness and energy production up mitted and their fertilizer out," capees manded that Soviet leaders ad-
100 times that of govern the community with the radio address to the state Mon- Farrell yesterday ,after pushing the mit the Chinese are' right in
an en- stricken cities. added: "It will mean
dit report which, showed uncollected 1- mUmitia that day night He said he had foundIn driver of their truck
out
help of the local so ? prison
tire galaxy of 100 billion Fifteen Air Force Globe- late marketing but:we'll all just their opposition to peaceful coexistence
real estate taxesjor jthe., stars,> is' >ne.of 'the most-chal the Viet Cong (Communist guerrilla masters were scheduled to 'arrive his tours of the disaster have to hope for the best., I near here and.driving away. with the West. I
: first time some delinquent'per "almost unbelievable Sheriff.Jim Turner of Bron-
forces) -won't come right zones
attack In the"official
:: lenging'problems mtaafronomy.In in Anchorage before the Farrell emphasized that ft'stoo : The new Chinese
smaller sonal property in taxes the and a telescopes"they" looked'like back," Lodge said. day was out with.cargoes rang- courage and determination to' early to make accurate es- son said this morning two of Peking People's Daily

,I revenue excess fund.Summarizing. general stars ,and. were thought until ing from diapers. to electrical begin building ,an even greater timates saying only "It's a the prisoners were tracked down and the theoretical journal Red
bloodhounds and
recentytq! tcyjcsffnDlc thc sun Alaska. mess." by captured this theme."Marxism .
More AboutSlater equipment Flag harped on
Scott said the 1
and the
other
Edward A. McDermott yesterday, two
and members of the coor-
ordinary has openly
always
Commercial ,airline service
city took in just under $30,million Dade
and spent just over $30 million milky way galaxy.: was fully restored to 'Anchorage dinating the efforts of a dozen LAKELAND (AP) Temper- were this caught near. City proclaimed the inevitability of
.
early morning.The
last year What- has' :.drawn ,attention to a major'; air center. The agencies as President Johnson's atures that dipped as low as 27 from' Gil- !violent revolution,* the Chinese
them is their intense ,emission Alaskan Highway, was reportedin disaster chief, spoke in similar degrees overnight did substantial men escaped a I statement said. "It points out
He noted that 99 per cent of christ County work crew on
of radio waves. An analysisof vein to damage to tender ;
young
fair condition. a Washington con- veg that violent revoluion is he
the tax roll collected U. S. 29 at State Road 232
property was yesterday -
;the:shift in lenghts.of etables in north-central Florida,
wave ference. cOmmunist
roads midwife to Socialist -
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with delinquent Many back'country: .
$5,447 remaining From 1
their light/ caused:Yby their Page were said to be impassable because "The spirit of the Alaska people the Federal-State Frost Warning After pushing the driver out ) society, the only road to
: the solar
Last year the' city* received movement-has away shown from them to be second member of the highly of ,earthslides .and proved to be ,oneof the Service said today.It of the truck the, men abandoned replacement of the dictator-
system, t I
$29.8 million and spent $30.4 extremely distant select National Academy of Sciences smashed bridges. I most edifying experiences of added there was no citrus the truck two miles away ship of the bourgeoisie by the

million. According to, Dr. Thomas A. to join the UF faculty. The I Port facilities throughout the my lifetime," he said. damage. A spokesman said that and fled on footCity i dictatorship of the proletariat"

Major overexpenditures were Matthews, who:located the object other is 'Dr. Lester Dragstedtof Gulf of Alaska were generally' Egan told his listeners, ""fed* on the contrary, the cold would I
in the streets and refuse collection by its radio emissions, the College of Medicine. unusable. eral assistance is clearly the help citrus still on trees to retain
departments.The The grim task of adding' up only source of immediate fundsto its- color. Bond Sale
of the ,
probably one quarter Dr: Slater, born.hi Oak Park, .
civilIans
cash balance as of September casualties occupied both assist stricken
our
conunu-
"radio stars" observable ,
thousands of HI, completed his undergraduate The frost warning service said
; 30, the end of the budget in the sky are actually training at the Universityof and military.Bob nity. But much of the job of. rebuilding the weather was severe enoughto .II

I year was, $927,031.16. I :these distant objects. Onlya Rochester, and took his doc- Hilliker shellfish specialist Alaska will, be ours' kill some beans, corn,'cucumbers -
Scott urged the commissionto for the state's Departmentof II' Planned 22
dozen or so have been Iden- torate at Harvard in 1923. and ours alone. and watermelon In areas April .
add space and personnel to months .since Fish and Game, said perhaps ,
tified in the few He joined the Harvard faculty around, Gainesville, Ocala and
the finance department, noting their significance was' ,,recog in 1924 and became head of the 25 crabbing boats-each with Man JailedIn Zellwood and would stunt some
that "electronic data processingis nized.. MIT Physics Department in four or five men-could have i plants that weren't killed outright April 22 was named sale date fluctuating market 'could in- ,

fast approaching." Dr. Ira Bowen, director of .been away'from Kodiak Island. Assault for Gainesville's $6 million cap crease the interest rate the city : ,I

He ,recommended that provisions the Mt. Wilson and Mt. Palo- 1930.Except for a wartime periodof He said another 10 boats,may i Spring potatoes in'large plant- improvements bonds by the will pay on financing the bonds i I

be made in the new mor ,observatories in' California service with Ben Telephone have been out of Seldovia, 140 Mrs. Ella Mae Sumpter 1602 ings around St. Augustine, Bun- City Commission last night during the next ?0 years which :
city hall for 'data: processing S.E. 2nd Place, is listed hi fair '
that photographed the Laboratories remained as miles southwest of Anchorage. nell and Hastings appeared to Commissioners and city of- is now estimated at a "rough"
i condition authorities at Ala-
equipment. object, sees them as beacons head of physics at. MIT until There was no word from Adak, chua General by follow- have escaped significant dam ficials will go to New York April $100,000. '
I that, can be used to learn the 1951. He now devotes fulltime far out in the Aleutians. Hospital age 'although there was 'some 16.18 to discuss the bonds with Finance Officer Clarence, "

Hampton Man size and shape of ,the uni-to students and research with The Coast Guard, combing ing this emergency morning. surgery at 6 a.m. leaf burn, the frost warning prospective buyers and financial O'Neill told commissioners the

verse. the title institute professor the service said. city has the option of rejecting
isolated inlets found two deserted
consultants and will
She In at 4:25
open
was brought ,.
Under, Arrest The estimate o/ their dist- highest academic rank at MIT. I cabins where people may after allegedly 'being struck in No damage was reported from bids'on the, 22nd. all bids if they feel a better sale---
ance rests on the generally accepted Dr. Slater was instrumental These the south Florida vegetable can be ,arranged.He .
been
have swept away. the
stomach by her husband
view that the uni- the postwar establishment of farms, where previous rains and Although Commissioner Alan
STARKE Lonzo Davis William Sound said the city's financial
a Prince Frankie. held
were on He is being for
verse is, in a state of, uniform the Research Laboratory of El- I cold produced the Sutherland questioned advisability -
snaps pros- consultants from Pierce Wul-!
53
year-old Hampton Negro, the An in ,
epicenter.
near quake's investigation city jailbipati
Because of this ex of the
expansion. ectronics: and the Laboratoryfor pect of late crops. of the sale because ,
has been arrested on charges of check made of burn and Murphey of Jackson-1
aerial remote -
breaking and entering'with intent pansion, the more distant an Nuclear Science at MIT and was. These crops may rise in value fluctuating bond market thel vile advise selling the bondson
II to commit petty larceny. object,Jfej faster it is reced. was chairman of a faculty group villages. t:5: because of damage done by cold commission vote was a unani- the 22nd.

\ Nathaniel Clark, of Hampton, ing. This can be envisioned in that ,planned MITs $7 million In Anchorage, ,Alaska's larg- Monday to farms in Georgia, mous 5-0 to sell.Commissioner. ,
terms of expanding dust est city salvage was pushed W. THOMAS: In other action last night the''
in affidavit charges that Davis an Materials Center now under'coostruction. Alabama and the' Carolinas. Jim Richardson -
an
broke into his home last Friday cloud. Each speck in ,the:cloud rapidly and utilities were 'restored W. L. Thomas, 65, retired 'supervisor The mercury dropped into the a finance professor at the commission voted 4-0, with Com-,

!! and stole 28 silver dollars.- is moving away from its neigh- He is author of more than 100 in many sections. of A&P Grocery Co. 29 to 36 degree range in north University, explained the market missioner Byron Winn abstaining -_ <<
I County Judge Theron Yawn bors at a uniform velocity. As important papers in theoretical Businessmen dug undamaged and former. New York' Giants Florida, with Ocala reporting 27 has stabilized somewhat !in to have City Attorney Osee "

set bond at $1,000.. seen from any. one, speck the physics and 12 volumes widely goods from ruined stores and professional football player degrees. and Gainesville 29. Central i the past week, noting that most Fagan defend the canvassing
? recession velocity of distant used as texts hi advanced university prepared to reopen at new lo- died in Nutley N. J. last Florida had readings gen finance officials in the country 'board in Dr. Edwin Andrews'suit

specks would be greater thanthat courses around the cations. week erally between 35 to 41 degrees. predict that interest rate :are contesting the March 17 {

Egg Market .. of. those nearby; becauseof I world.. I Mayor George' Sharrock told He was the father of Mrs. From the Everglades south- ping to rise. election. .

I I APTThe. this general expansion.j j I' Dr Slater i fe a member of Phi newsmen Anchorage would be Shirley Zimpfer of Gainesvilleand ward, temperatures were reported "We are urged by the expertsto -- -
JACKSONVILE ( The first step in assessing Beta Kappa, Sigma'Xi, the American had many friends here.: from 40 degrees upward. Gainesville Sun -
ahead
to determine with the sale
Northeast Florida egg market, the recession speed of a star Philosophical Society, surveyed by geologists go ,

; prices to retailers: or' galaxy !is to examine the' the American Academy of Arts which areas were Richardson' explained. "Thereis Published evenings except
safest. He said relocation of the Change of Mind no way to forecast at this Saturday and Sunday -'
t spectrum>l. of its light for the and ,Sciences. and the American Brings mom-
Extra large 46H-48, mostly 47; lines .characteristically 'emittedby business area was a possibility: point i Ings by the Gainesville Publishing r
43 medium :,Physical ,Society.. Richardson noted that the Company at 101 SE
large 43-45, mostly :torte l a:.itOi i'-"lt"is: -tb : SlaterJs.inarried: to ',the' "We do not feel. that this Break-In 2nd Place./ Gainesville Florida, ,_
37V440 mostly 38-40-; small' -M' lro ss ile"io"see.'ta wl "ex eC"nf formerDr.-Rose Mooney.He earthquake need deter our fu Tumble Arrest and entered as second,-class. _

34tt, mostly 34. the,:lines: have been" shifted ,to- is a member of the Baptist ture, the mayor said. CLERK TYPIST Gainesville matter at the Florida.Post Office at- -

Poultry at farms:.fryers .13; watds:1beled;: 1nnwaye..; Church ,and:-.the Delta Upsilon Gov., William' A. Egan, simi Early this 'morning Don'Tulford was leaving the store with a "

hens light 6-6H. end r 'npt tr m.-----: :' sociallraternlty.: larly hopeful, made 15-minute,'' I a bread truck driver making $247.$0 guitar (No Experience' ,Necessary) CIRCULATION RATES BY.. -
a delivery to Publir Super He said he decided to return Meet the public; interest-. CARRIER_OR.MAIL '':': ;:.:
'
Market !in the Gainesville Shopping the guitar and even showed ,the ing, varied work; good' 1 W..k.4f': === _

II Center, saw a, man en- officers which one he had taken salary; regular increases 3 MM $S.'S' r.wAll

Birmingham; Segregation Giving Way ter Gridley's- Music Store next related Upham."l11e instrument based on merit, paid(va-' man subset'Iptlons must

door.. was impounded and cations and: !other outstanding := be paid.In advance. .
bene
He reported the incident to taken to the station for identification employee Member of Audit Bureau-of ;
I BIRMINGHAM,.Ala. (AP),-- incident marred the' service.; nomic progress in I the Immediate claJ'group. "Nothing has been the Gainesville Police. Inv sti- and fingerprinting." fits. Circulation '

i Racial ,segregation-a way ,of The change didn't come future." done" he said. '"It seems 'as 'If gating officers found Stanley I Lipham said Gerald was attempting i GENERAL FINANCE I All material CCIftt.IMd'ere," r

: life in :Birmingham for nearly easily. About 3,000 persons went There are still rumblings of they can't seem to get a Gerald, alias, "Jerry Derryberry : to hide on what bethought LOAN CO. ''I 1" the property of the CclnnvHte It .. .

: 90 ,years-Is grudgingly giving to jail during ,racial demonstra- discontent from' Negro leaders. quorum.. But at least the lines ," 414 SW 3rd Ave., lying was the second floor 718 N. Main St. 'I( 'production Publishing Company In whole, or(e)hi If.pert.. fte,to ,.

way. tions last spring. Seven,Negroeswere The Rev Edward Gardner, of communication are open to 'stunned on the floor inside the .when he fell _12.feet through the ,GAINESVILLE; FLA. ::1 I strictly MrmlMlon'forbidden of the without rWlIIher the.written a It
A' year ago Birmingham was killed in bombings and racial :: first vice president of the Alabama -! City, HalL" I store. acoustical ceiling to the floor : ; Y

properly called the most segre- strife, accompanying the Christian Movement for According to store manager T. where officers found him. .
gated big, city in America. bombings. Nearly 100 policemenand Human Rights, .said he is not The Rev. Fred L. Shuttles- V. Lipham,,after his arrest the ; -Gerald :is being held in :dry
I
About the only, place Negroes firemen were injured try- completely satisfied with the worth:of Cincinnati,:president of suspect. said he had 'seen' Tul- jail for investigation on a charge. U

had public equality with whites ing to maintain order.' present situation but he doesn't the organization, said Negroes ford,- who reported him, as be breaking and entering. @0Diq[ ] ) f 0

was on city buses. Now city fathers are opti think "well have anything this would seek to consolidate the .,
mistic.. Glenn E. director year like we did in 1963." gains of 1963-'Ve will seek to Ii .
Today, golf courses, parks Taylor, : @
f, and other city-owned facilities, of the committee of 100, He criticized the group rela- make Birmingham: ,a totally desegregated \ ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING: IN A. ; i: p1T7
-
three schools and downtown industry-seeking arm of the tions subcommittee of ,the bira- city.

lunch counters are integrated.A Birmingham area Chamber of I FLORIDA Swimming Poolby i
I *
biracial committee set up.by Commerce, commented: "Our IT ISNT GOSSIPYOU I
the city government working racial problems are behind'us I :

at resolving' racial issues. and Birmingham's image, ,at I i Rivers. Construction' Co.A :
CAN GET A No
Underscoring the change ,was least industrially, is vastly im- Need to Miss Singh

an Easter service in Municipal proved over last 'year." : .' QUALITY POOL, Reefed by a : Issue Y
Stadium where 35,000 white and Mayor Albert Boutwell said, PAYDAYLOAN FULL 5 YEAR- WARRANTYi I r of OUT Newspaper!

Negro worshippers sat together "I have never been so sure and .. JUST ten
to hear evangelist Billy, Gra- confident that Birmingham is your carrier or
,
2 16x32 4-20x40 phone our office
SIZES few
i '** a days In
crowd the wen on its to local .
ham. The was way solving : advance I
i .. at $3.000.$3.- and delivery will be'
largest integrated audience ever problems at the local level and from NO<<; MONEYhie DOWN-5, YR. FINANCING 'changed to your new address as 1
assembled in Alabama. Not one making way for greater' eco- loon as you,move in. I!'

$25 to $600 WiTH EACH POOL YOU CIT 1 ,,I IF you are moving off your *

EARL C., MAYas : Filter System Skimmer Pool nnh w'Dn'loard'aOl'LJsht ; I present carrier-bona route,

Tost Kit Stop UUor --Vmtim Clooner| 1 please be sure to pay him before ""

And It's fW..tial F ...., Not you leave. He'wnt appreciate it,' .
JACK C. MAY because he is in business for .- '
from ,CALL FOP FBK. BTIMATI H*,OtUCATIOH himself and must pay for all .

q.pm.KMo RIVERS CONSTRUCTION_ CO- _, papers he delivers. E

it.. Equfeoblo ,Ufo Marion Finance Co. -
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4 W. D. McCaHum sales Wholesale Charlie McCallum of McCallum's meat and locker COMMERCIAL
At supervisor of McCallum Inspecting one of manager. processing. plant,
k Now On JNDUSTRIAL
the freezer lockers available for customer rental checking quarters of, beef in the huge cooler All Types Lighting Fixtures
LORD BRYON'SSUNDRIES Make Selection From OureShowroom
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;k'Block Off The Campus r! ort: j" y' .< 18th
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Lumber Plywood- Hardware V* McCallum Wholesale satisfiesthe close margin Is observed, with :x]v.F4 AIR.CONDITIONINGINSTALLATION PHONE '

Exterior and Interior appetites of many people by the variance'of weight as small end SERVICE 372-5372 ,.
Blue Grass Tools other '..W :
providing meat and food ,
.. as plus or minus one-half 'an-- CONTRACTINGREPAIR
HORNELumber products in volume and portion ounce. :, -. WORK .
to order for restaurants, schools HfC Y,. r''p 1 WFa e WATER HEATERS
Co. v and institutions, plus ,freezer- This absolute uniformity In Ca, y 1
t- ready fresh or aged meats for size enables a restaurant chefto RYALSPLUMBING
2303 6th St.
N.W. serve Identical weight por- .aXa .
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MM MMMHMW HHHMHMHHHBBBMMBI The highly specialized 'local tions to each portion in his 722 MAIN STREET ..
STOCK l\ food processing plant's principal dining room. FS ,
? business is meat products. However Another all-important advan- 8 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ..
SALE they also handle frozen tage of portioned meats to the
NOW GOING ON I vegetables, sea 'food, poultry, restaurant manager, is the fact WISESDRUG I .'
On AU Albums $3.95 F i juice concentrates, shortening that he can figure his meal
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$1.00 OFF ; and many other related items. cost with absolute accuracy. Ac- 7.ji' .1 1
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cutting each serving of meat to failure to a chef. or restau- Speedy transportation is utmost importance In servicing restaurants and ; J

Record 'Shop a specific size., An :extremely rant manager. institutions with fresh processed meats. Absolute cleanliness is a factor considered -

Next To The of first importance by the McCallum management. Jd
Canton Restaurant PHONCf d
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QUALITY I Frozen, and Aged For Individuals ..Hamburger In 25 Grades, McCallum Wholesale Grew From Over 40 Years.Of '
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Since 1937 McCallum sells quartersand having flash-freezing available. "Biggest Volume Item ,..<,.'J l. .,,: Small Beginning In Just 1 Year .w i ::

Home Owned halves of beef, cut, and Another money-saving serviceto "Quality Controlled" .
And OperatedFast. flash-frozen to order. This Is a local housewives are McCal- In Entire CategoryReflecting GAS SERVICE .y;

Low-Cost Radio Dispatch real boon to the housewife,' sit lum's freezer lockers. The Locker McCallum Wholesale first be-.have.over 2,500 square feet of Clean .. I'
Delivery Within.50 Miles can be' a tremendous saving Room is kept open for customers -I the present American iI i- Manager Charlie McCallum. gan operations on January 2, refrigerated space, plus, office Fast
THE BEST COSTS LESS over buying her meat' by the from 8:00,a.m. to 5:00 I eating trend is the fact that "For us it Is even more complicated 1962 with W.,D.,McCallum and 'and work space and plenty room Economical...
pan-size piece at a market pjn.on weekdays and from 8:00 McCallum's largest volume itemis than for most concerns, Charles McCallum the only, em- for future expansion. ..,Phone 372.8458
FUILGAS, Inc. In wrapping for the ,freezer a.m. 'til noon on Saturdays.As hamburger. This popular foodis ployes. Before moving to the present :;. ,
locker, the best freezer paperon an added service McCal- prepared and sold both In because we prepare the pattiesto Their first store provided only location, the building was com i
PHONE 376-5393 the market is used, .and lum's will age beef to the house- bulk and patties of more than order, based on their per- 100 square feet of refrigerated 'pletely renovated ,and modern I_VROPAX GAIIOORP ".. It
12 S.W. 1st StyWinesvAloDRIVEUP flash freezing is done. in a wife's taste. Proper aging of twenty-five different sizes centage of lean, pIus using threeor space in a difficult-access out- ized' to fit-the specialized ed 802 W. Unir. Ave.
special low-temperature room,I meat gives it the special flavor from one ounce to.eight ounces. more' types of beef to get of-the-way location. On Febru- !of the business. Double the pres-
WJNDOW scientifically .constructed forthis i that some people demand andit Processing of hamburgers is the best flavor required by,our ary 2nd of this year, the.firm ent required refrigeration space
purpose. I requires expert knowledge of also becoming an extremely ex- customer chefs", McCalhm moved to their own building at also was provided in -anticipation .. For. Your Complete
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I : arnjzuiL.: iun. THE 1 a"(r. 7f ay t ., The, Myths and Realities



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Jon rbU,k.ri FAT COWLES. Tie PresLde.t SOUTH e pith J' fork Wlmta than destroying illusion. Thisis all Communists were not ly however, he is trying to
| ED JOHNSON Tie Fre.Ue.lM4 By JAMES RESTON what has been going on so necessarily an immediate start an honest debate in
Florida's Beautiful Ene.Un EJiUri W... G. CBffl") WASHINGTON There far in the primary elections. menace to the republic, as this country and this is im
EEE&5OLE. Tie Fr U l. sad '
Tcrtlstac Director, BOB TAB!'ACUOXE. By RALPH McGILL were more advertisementsfor Every once in a while, an appeaser. The White portant.For .
University City'v
VU FretMert sad Ciresia 'I PmllUcr PHu Wtmmiag FaklUktr churches in the Washington however, some reckless char- House and the State Depart- the United States government
u.. lluarer. Of tt. daa.ta. teas CelUU&a ea .. ment repudiated him and
newspapers' Easter week- acter gets up here and. like the church. Is
end than for anything else challenges this bargainbasement Sen. George Smathers,. of all living a life of pretense. Privately N

.., THE SUN'S POLICY > = ."Them except automobiles, and in view of life. The latest people, put on the robes of it Is worried about the
i columN.to. some ways, the appeal of was the chairman of the For- a moral warrior, and denounced way things are going, about
1. Report the news fully'.nd impartially in the news him.Fulbright .
II'II'J 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in editorials ,.. ;, both ads was similar. eign Relations Committee, whether the people will acceptthe
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Easy payments, easy reli- Sen. William Fulbright, DArk admittedly, is in hard realities of today,
to. gion. The Presbyterians of all who rose in the Sen- a vulnerable position. His arguments but publicly it is pretendingthat
; ..;. The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 Guys Got'Brains' people, were inviting the. disciples ate the other day, and sug- are ambiguous. Like it can achieve its ob-

:':t Want Ads-376-4672 .: of John Calvin, who gested that we should stop President Kennedy who insisted jectives by saying out loud
:-.1. preached joy through suffering longing for things we weren't at Yale University that that things are better than
to get their Easter prayers prepared to pay for, and we must distinguish betweenthe they are.
More Realistic Recognition Policy over the. telephone: "DialaPrayer start examining the illusionswe myths of the past and the The celebration of Easter
'!I District 7-4341." took for granted.It realities of the present, but and the Passover here are

... The faithful elsewhere were wanted to emphasize not the merely wider illustrations of
; The United States government has down Latin American governmentsit was Fulbright's thesis
invited to park their kids in Democratic but
Memory Out of Cambridge: that only a flexible mind myths only the contemporary mood.
taken a step toward realism in for- did not like by refusing recogni- A few blocks after the taxi the church nursery .and stay could deal effectively with a the Republican myths, Ful- These are long periods of
President Johnson's tion and showed that it rarely after for free coffee and of bright stressed the realitiesof
eign policy. new had pulled away from one of flexible world, and that self denial and remembrance -
appointee as assistant secretary of worked. the buildings at the Massa- course, it Was possible to Washington should reexamine foreign policy but not the followed at the end {t

state for inter-American affairs, chusetts Institute of Technology catch the doctrine of your its mistakes and begin realities of racial policy, the by, joy and triumph, but the ,
the driver asked: "You choice on the television. about the myths of northern liberals popular thing is to avoid the
"thinking un- A
Thomas C. Mann, outlined a new policy Mann made clear that the new pol-
work.back there?" Receiving This, apparently the spirit thinkable" this before but not the myths of south- denial and rejoice for one
on diplomatic recognition to U. S. icy did not mean a change in the a negative answer, he said, of the age: instant cof- Washington had begun thinking ern conservatives. weekend in the triumph.

diplomats and foreign aid mission u. S. attitude toward Communist "Well, I'll tell you. Harvardhas fee, instant salvation; dis- very much about the Nevertheless, though hs? T'ls: rjises, to the annoy-

chiefs summoned home from the governments in the hemisphere. TheU. tradition but them guysat count radios; discount re- thinkable.The whole national political life ance of most people, a fun-

Latin American area. S. is against the Castro regimein MIT, they got brains." demption; spend your way senator from Arkansas has been a conflict betweenhis damental point i that now
to at home total
Cuba and any more like it. But The outlander visiting eith- victory solvency without in was moved by the liberal intellectual development troubles our national life. For
fighting
but :Mann er Harvard or MIT under- thought that this country was at Oxford Uni- we want the serenity of
It was closed meeting, aside from that, the U. S. is not go- Viet Nam; a guaranteed annual ,
stands them to be national be confronted for versity and his conservative faith without the victory
going to a agony,
is to have said that from to seals of disapproval of
reported ing paste approval or wage, regardless
institutions and assets beyond long time by a series of rad- political development in Ar- without the struggle, sol
now on the U., .,.wjU-not: refuse.diplomatic -, on Latin American governments price. Brains aplenty are work, says Walter Reuther; ical and quite, different problems kansas, he was getting at a vency without the taxes, lead-, .
"better deal"
for
: recognition to' new regimes T>y granting or withholding found at each. MIT, to the a every- and that these could fundamental point In the development ership without the criticism,
President John-
: which come'.to poyver by coup, even_ ,recognition. simple soul, ignorant but hat- body says not be met unless people of American poli peace without sacrifice, and

: though some Jit*= t h e m ,may be*-:. SI tippingly respectful of equa- son.THE were prepared to think in cy. salvation without conviction.In .
tions, lasers and the black arts THING gets worse in new and even radical ways. his own way, and with
rightist dictatorships, jf theY xfulfill We hope that this return to nor-
of technology, is a templeof an election_ year for then THIS IS that we need to his own limitations, Fulbrightwas
: the normal requirements for recog' mal international practice does not awesome mysteries. It is politicians believe, 'with some NATURALLY, he was denounced deal with the world as it Is trying to get at this

:. nition: the"1roain: requirenSenf being ,;mean abandonment of :Milton Eisen- easy, one imagines, for the justifications, that they can : as a heretic, and and not only with the worldas point. He was trying to bring
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: effective control: hower's formula of"a handshake but factuality of things to so fill a win by perpetuating rather since he also suggested that you would like it to be. Washington's private doubts

-- rty.***..*. .. .,.. -.... snot an:abrazo (embrace)" for dicta- mind that it does pot think of He wants us to deal with the and discussions into the open. ,.
- > the arts realities of Cuba Panama He to
poems, or even of was hoping starta
This is the :standard international Governments do have to
= torships. the human condition. = ON THE RIGHT = I Viet Nam, but unfortunately debate, and to prove that
: practice, from which the U. S. has transact business with powersthatbe. he does not suggest that you cannot get a policy any

= occasionally departed, especially' .4n They do have to treat dictators BUT AT MIT these things we deal with the realities of more than you can get

Latin America.kMann reviewed'l :S. exactly as they would a friendly somehow manage to infiltrate ObserveGoodFriday If the Negro in the South or religion, by dialing a num

: experience with trying to bring democracy. and make themselves heard in South Chicago. Fortunate- ber on the telephone.
by many, if not by all On the I
r basis of the tests that now ad-

II I Pri New Guise mit students to MIT, the class ? I BELOW OLYMPUS By i.teiofl"Students
Fqmgin
:; that entered in 1958, a mere i
six would be re- 't
years ago
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E The price-fixers-who never- seem the props from under "fair trade" jected.Yet the humanities are II By WILLIAM F. BUCKLE, .y..w"'" <<- .

: to give up-won a small victory' in laws-hence the new campaign undera there and they manage to t-.
: make most of the highly motivated By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. ed, spend the day about as .
Congress recently when a Senate different. The bill be- : : t.
name. now :t-
A few the
young geniuses under- years ago police they would spend Memorial .
: Commerce subcommittee approved fore the full Senate Commerce Com- 'stand that it is necessary to commissioner of New York, Day, or Lincoln's Birthday, or ; ,-" ,' ,
: their "quality stabilization" bill. This mittee was approved last summer by be concerned'' with the issuesof renowned for the bluntness of any adventitious holiday. .k :: I .J

: has no more to do with quality sta. the House Commerce Committee but civil rights, with all that is his language, appeared on a .i.::... .

: bilization than "fair trade" has to do since then has been bottled up in wrapped in the word "urbanization" television program and de- AND SO the moral dilem- ,:-:' ", .
and with the fact thereis fended his refusal to give Jew- :
: with fair trade. Both are virtuous- the Rules Committee at the requestof more to President Johnson's ish members of the police ma it not begins contributing to take to form trav-: Is I'! .

: sounding names for eliminating price the Kennedy and Johnson admin. move against poverty than (as force the day off on a forth- esty, to close the office a on ', ., .
istrations. the disgruntled ion coming Jewish holy day. Why S..J
opposit
: competition. Good Friday so that the staff ,,;
not? Because, he said acidly, Itc'
charges) a mere refurbishingof
may spend the day not at
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a, : About the only real difference be- Studies by the Federal Trade Com- the Jewish policemen who work, whose accomplishment hi .;.-
tween the two is that with "fair mission and the anti-trust divisionof Harvard, neighbor to MIT, took the day off would not reflecting the human estate,
provides what might be called is in so acute a sense an act
trade" laws a manufacturer is per- the Justice Department show; that the other half of C. P. Snow's put it to any devotional use, submission to divine arrangements -

mitted to sue any retailer who prices of "fair-traded" items run 19 essay on our two cultures. But but rather spent it"playing ; but at play, : .

I doesn't observe the manufacturer'sfixed to 27 per cent higher in states where this is hardly accurate. It is with the children and, fixing the whose pleasures are by no
4 leaky faucet watching
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retail price, while with "qual- "fair trade" laws are still enforced, impossible to be in Cambridgeand television.To means metaphysically ,anti- -
not give over most of one's Christian but whose
pursuitto
stabilization" the manufacturercan and that "quality stabilization" would
ity
thinking to education. The dis- put it mildly, the roof the total exclusion, of
any
withhold his product from the raise prices an average of 20 per maying fact is that we do not fell in. Everyone went after act of reverence, constitutes,

offending dealer. cent ,for products-mostly' drugs have a situation simple enoughto his scalp: the Jews'beCause on a holy day away from the

and electric appliances-that most be described by '"Two Cul they felt they had been slur- office, an act'of religious pro- H2YJlftllVft. .::..::
I The courts have knocked most of likely would ,be "quality stabilized." tures. There is such a gulf red, the Christians because filtering What then is the i I di i05 A t.W") :s ., <'.J..
between the truly excellent in they felt,they had slurred the more feeling gesture of the -....
education and which Jews, and the agnostics, on I'!
t that is modern Christian, who dis-
shouldn't involved in I
politics. mean
I I mediocre or inadequate that general principle. The late of the decision get ,
poses whetherto
what do we know except, what we've learned from-
there are many fragmentations George Sokolsky, who as a close his office on Good .
the minds in history?
great
Voice of the People in the national culturallife. .practising Jew' was more or Friday? Is h emore reverent
less immune from the chargeof if he formally acknowledgesthe
anti-Semitism took the
; sheer existence
of Good
ONE OF THE young geniuses commissioner's side and re- Friday? Is he more, reverentand MemoFrom
.On-TheJSun's, : Opinion Page who comes to MIT may be ported in his column that he never mind how the em- Washington! t
bad the plain truth-
just as unaware of the human spoken ployes who are released spend
condition, and of art, litera- and remarked that as much that day? Or has he Cowles Washington Bureau
the a'
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice o' People column. Letters re-
must be signed end bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot ture, music and the soul val- was true about the way mostof sponsibility to exercise his urbane SCIENTIFIC 'VIEW: Dr. Glenn Seaborg, a distinguished
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ues of humanism and religion, the Christian community judgment as to the prob- scientist and Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission:
Sun Intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or as one of the disadvantaged spends most of its holy days. abilities involved; and, if he isn't completely convinced that scientists have always handled .

products of a small rural No one was particularly grate- decides that the day has no their political responsibilities wisely. Some irreverent individuals : t
Liquor DealersPlanShocks 'creasing profits beyond their hope the the Democrats in school in a wretched, poverty- ful to him, not the Jews, who meaning for the majority of he said, "have compared our management of
competitive 'level, and ((2)) of control in Tallahassee will ridden community in deepest didn't want the truth told, and his employes, keep the office science policy in recent years to a ship with a thousand:
further,increasing market act responsibly to protect the Mississippi. Education some- not the Christians, who didn't going, transacting business as helms all connected to one rudder by rubber bands. Another..
Walue,of) their lice Ses. All of County's interest. Provided how needs to be want the truth told either.
i ---- improved usual, as a. lesser order of of these whimsical images would have federal science and its- \
I EDITOR, Sun:-.My disquiet.:* .this would beTat,the expense of they do not act accordingly, at its middle and lower levels profanation, than the alternative leaders as a colony of ants riding a rolling, tossing log down -
the citizens of. Alachua Coun- possibly we can find members that it do the LAST WEEK I faced the. ...
i udes were arQUsedoyer.ji, can necessary ? a flooded stream. As each new twist of the log brings a di r;-
news item In March \\edittotrl | ty. -: of the opposing party job of enabling what we call usual problem as senior official -I do not of ferent bunch of ants out of the water and on ,top of the log;"
,l of the Sun (page 1)item 3. If the liquor retailers' as- who will act to effect stand- the two cultures to speak to of a small office, whichI readers, some will be my the ants then able to see daylight proclaim to the others that .
was titled "Liquor Price Fix sociation restricts the entryof' ards and assure reasonable one another across the exist- expect a great many othersof gentle surprised they have the situation well in hand and know exactly which
to know offer
Foundation Laid.". ..It 'described outsiders along ,the lines dealers. ing gulf and help all of us to you face; and, perhaps like an an- way to steer the vehicle."
,, how a group recetit recipients outlined by'the Sun's item,. 7. Democrats do a lot of understand that science and you, I did not quite know swer to the question, because
of liquor licenses had then they are acting in talking about protecting the .the humanities are interdependent what to do'about it. It is this: I do not know the answer, ,
I gotten together to.eff tva restraint of trade by any consumer..In Alachua County, whether to close the office on nor whether there is one. '

price fixing organlzation. sense gf the :notion In other especially, they are apparently The Southernor in Cam- Good Friday. Moreover, writing this columnon ,
Clearly from the tone of the words, they are acting to re- permitting establishment bridge, inspired and awed by The obvious reflex for a Good Friday morning, I "
; item, the group had as its strict competition in our retail of practices to exploitthe the two magnificent Institutions practising Christian, as for a consider it an appropriate act R.Q1r. :
tentative objective the creation liquor market liquor consumers. The whose influence is worldwide practicising-Jew on his holy of Penitence to. confess my
of a monopoly with the 4. Since several of the local prospective r a c t i c e s, according lies abed at the end of a days, is to do so.- to close ignorance in respect of the Jak tJir I .CIfQj1 !{
'' view to exploiting the interest recipients of the liquor licenses to the Sun are explicitly day thinking about the prob- down, as an act of religious problem, as in respect. of so \::

''! of the citizens of Alachua are large motels such as intended to keep local lems of his own region. PresI- reverence. At the same time, many others. : -/-:. -
County. The group apparently the Holiday, Inn, they quite liquor prices at $1, to |L2S a dent Johnson's project to the worldly observer is Increasingly
: was to act in such a, way likely fall under the jurisdiction fifth above those prices prevailing move against the nation's aware that it is be- ':r:
I as to keep the efficient so- of the anti-trust divisionof In competitive mar-' poverty includes a program coming harder and harder. to POTOMAC FEVER :
called cut-rate, retailers out the U. S. Department of kets In the state. designed to 'aid education, to define the meaning of closingthe : ;

r of Gainesville. Justice. Given the number of The liquor dealers of Ala cope' with the drop.outs and office down on Good Fri By Fletcher Knebel Cowlw Washington Bureau --.--. j;
I There are a number of larger cases the Governmentmust chua County simply cannotbe those with functional illitera day. Does the act'of doing so, .
shocking aspects about the deal with, however the permitted to engage in cy. if you are in the position of
retail practices that are contrary to Investment tip sheet report on corporate first quarters: LBJ Enterprises-
I Alachua County liquor U. S. officials are not likelyto authority, signify\ your own '
l dealers' meeting as reported be attracted to practicesIn the best interest of the Ala- THE WEIGHT of poverty is obeisance to,. and recognitionof Consumer-sales up 29 per cent.Image (all of them) untarnished. Glowing pros*

I by the Sun. I should like to Alachua County. chua County consumers. heavy on the back of the the holy day Or is the pecta for fourth' quarter.
I review some of these for those 5. If the executives of firmsin WILLIAM J. FRAZER, JR. Southeast The Departmentsof reason why we dose down --
who have an Interest In the the steel Industry even Commerce and Labor say primarily that we wish to give Goldwater Auction .Sales, Inc-Earnings off sharply. Some supervisory per.
Gainesville consumer: showed signs of collusive act- that poverty begins when income the staff the opportunity to ob- wane, defect to rival firma Futile efforts to sell off lagging subsidiaries,

\ 1. The number of licenses is ion of the type recently shown How to Wreck drops below $3,000 per serve the holy day, at leastto .such as T.V.A.- ., mar profit outlook.
fixed by the' state. Pre- by the Alachua County liquor family. No state in the South- the extent of punctuating Scranton Iron & Steel Works-Spectacular consumer interest in new product.,

sumably, this is to help assure dealers they would immediately Party east'' has I fewer than: 3Z per a half hour! or more of it,. line. Management indecision clouds picture. Advice: Modest investment.
conformity to state laws concerning attract the attention of cent of its families in that with worship, with an act of warranted. :
t the distribution no the trust busters. They may Freedom and Union) category. Much of it is Negro, gratitude to the Man who --
sales to minors and so on. even attract the wrath of the At a formal dinner. party in but a substantial portion of it, made the most awesome decision Nixon ,Air.Lines-Record air miles flown. Line still favored by many commercial .
I Even so, the administrative President of the United States. Washington;D. C., the hostess especially in the desperately in-the history'of tragedy'and passengers despite bad,crashes of '60 and '62. Once flourishing tourist

practice of fixing the number Once again however the size sent a note to an attractive woman badly 'off Appalachians, ,is hope.the act of all acts class business ,mushy.Rockefeller ,
I of licenses gives every Tecip-, of the Alachua County liquor far down the table. The white.,'There are bradreds of most celebrated: by the writ- ,0 --
: lent of a license some degree market, relative to the national butler delivered, It,- but the thousands..of I.families: living ers, painters, and poets of the Oil & Gas-Earnings picture poor due to recent huge capital ex*
I of monopoly. Consequently market for steel would young woman,could not read I on,rnmYn \rltties-.with no'in- past two.mfllennia! ? penditures. :Also plagued by lack,.of (sales in women's department. However
','I I the license has a market' value not likely warrant the atten- it without"'her glasses. She I come. There are nine' mj ion And yet the worldly cheeryera company: .still boasts enormous, cash,:reserves., -
) itself. tion of U. S..officials. asked the man at her-right to I families 'lathe.: "very poor" know .that -a* very small -- .

I I I s 2 As a further consequence 6. More fundamentally, the read it for her., categorY: Of these;.there are minority. of: American'.Christians Shriver Casualty Insurance-Brightest of the glamour stocks. Spectacular :

f. of fixing the numbers of Licenses regulation of collusive actions He read: "Dear Betty. Do seven,million families.who do take' !thought, during quarterly sales. Total protection against 'poverty is brand-new wrinkle. ia ;insurance

any price-fixing re- by liquor' dealers existing at me a favor and please don't; not include a person who could Good Friday, of the.'meaningof ,field., .,Envy of"co npet1t rs.' ': '1
tailers' association has the the pleasure of the State of neglect the man on your right, go to,work if a j job were avail that day; that rather, like -- j
r. basis for creating a monopoly Florida should be the respon- He's a frightful bore, I know,1 able. the Jews the.Police Commissioner Republicans ,this. year have shown themselves, to be the party of intelligent,
I with two results: ((1)) Of Lni sibility of the State. We should but please' talk to him." Two cultures?. daImed to have observ responsible'opposition wellqualified tocontinue, the role indefinitely* "

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: Gointaviiie $un Yufc.ouy,' March a I/ i o4 .

CONSCIENCEOF also Business Meeting, 8 p.m. 11, at the Volusla County Coi$. J
COLORED NEWS Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs munity College, is as followa

: : Esther Hamm, reporter. George Washington Carver, I!

I (lamrsmlle. Sun FM B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Bunnell, 8; Booker T. Washington .' ,

PLANS FINAL MEETINGThe meet tomorrow. 7:30 p. m PERSONALS Inverness 12; R.J.E.
Ii IiHigh
THE TA4... I' 'Floral Couit'.txJge No.,: Ramp Williams, chairman. Miss Fannie Louise Perry a School Starke, 34; Peck
Choir No. 1 will have its rehearsal High School Fernandina Beach,
JOHX L .*mmaof.Frttohcri rr-Y_ a 113 will hold its ,final meeting
TAT COWLES. The ....at- SOUTH on, Monday, Aprfl 6, at 8 pjn. Thursday, 7:30 p. m student at BetbuneCookman 40; Oakland Junior Senior I
eat. ED JOHNSON. The rresUealu4 College
at
Florida's Beautiful EieciUT Edits W. G. (JEW at the home of Mrs. C. W. J. C. Rawls, president; Richard Daytona Beach, High School, Haines City, 41;'
EBEKSOLE. Tic Pre Uemt sad A- Wright on Ocala Road. Parker, organist. The Chil spent the Easter holidays here Dunbar High School, Greene 1
L University City' 'vertisteg DirccUn BOB TABTA&UONE. By RALPH McGILL dren's choir will have its rehearsal with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cove
Tic rre.Uet sad Ctredaua PiliUcr Prl. Wtuiac PrnklUkcr During this meeting, the Springs, 45; Jones High
1 .i :, JI hunt. Of ... AtlMU. (.Ga.) CeaiUtatl dues, taxes, fines and Grand i Wednesday, 4:30 p. m, Cornell Haile, on N. W. 7th School, Orlando, 71; Lincoln
-! Love Feast will be observedFriday : Avenue.
t < Union fee are to be paid in I High School, Gainesville, 143,
THE SUN'S POLICY ... 7:30 p.m. Please don'
.. 'ThemGuys full.
--" ,-t-; .... ,- : forget the Spring Rally tha Sgt. Charles Jenkins, stationed Chisholm High School, New j
1. Report the news fully and, impartially, In the news columns. in the United States Army
will terminate on Sunday, April Smyrna Beach, 25; Moton High
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only In-editorials '::: in Spain, was called to Brook-
;j', 3. Publish all sides of important: controversial l issues .'"= SLATES MEETINGThe 12. Every member is asked to er last week because of the School Brooksville, 26 and Mic- (

',' pay or raise at least $25.00. We death of his mother Mrs. Tho kens High School, Dade City,
.:-'- The Sun's telephones All D.pcartmlnts-372-8441 GotBrains' Petite Madinosille Club would like very much for every I
I 20.
\ Went cJs-376-4672 will meet in regular session today member to please pay his or mas.He

March 31, at 8:30 p.m. at her $25.00. We need to raise at is the brother of Mrs. Ora
least $4,000.00 on this Sunday. M. Gilmore. Mrs. Nellie Moore, (
n the home of Mrs. Lillian Jack-
More Realistic Recognition PolicyThe son, of 1126 S. E. 10th Street Remember the Annual Conference reporter. (Brooker.) SOCIETY ANNIVERSARYThe
is less than two months
Mrs. Deloise Phillips, report. Miss Mary L.Norwood and St. Peter Baptist ChurchAid
United States government has down Latin American governmentsit away. Rev. William M. Ferguson
taken a step toward realism in for- did not like by refusing recogni- Memory Out of Cambridge: ereNOTE pastor. Miss Hattie Simmons, both of Society recently. celebrated
A few blocks after the taxi Tampa, were guests here on i its
eign policy. President Johnson's new tion and showed that it rarely had pulled away from one of Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Easter Sunday. i anniversary.

appointee as assistant secretary of worked. the buildings at the Massa-' OF SYMPATHYThe School 10 a.m.; morning wor- There were several new members -
I
Mrs. Ella Mae Jones and,
state for inter-American affairs, chusetts Institute of Technology and ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor- added to the society. The
pastor membershipof daughter, Sallie Mae of
Thomas C. Mann, outlined a new policy Mann made clear that the new pol- the driver asked" : "You the Mt Carmel Baptist ship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis las, Ga., were guests, here Doug on membership is always opened.

on diplomatic recognition to U. S. icy did not mean a change in the work back there? Receivinga Church extend their deepest pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- last Sunday. Deacon S. P. Spann, president.
,
negative answer, he said Gill
diplomats and foreign aid mission U. S. attitude toward Communist sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Hen- reporter.
"Well, I'll tell Harvardhas
you.
chiefs summoned home from the governments in the hemisphere. The tradition ,but them guys derson Henry in the loss of Mrs.Henry's Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin Gainesville Mrs. Ann Miller returned to

Latin American area. U. S. is against the Castro regimein at_MIT, they got brains." brother-in-law and also Unity Sunday School, 10 yesterday from
to Deacon and Mrs. Philadelphia, Pa., where she GAME PLANNED
Richard
a. m. and afternoon I
; worship,
Cuba and any more like it. But The outlander visiting cUb I was called because of bus
H. Carter in the loss of .
It was a closed meeting, but'Mann aside from that, the U. S. is not going er Harvard or MIT under- 3:30 p m. Elder Rufus Armstrong The Jonesville Dodgers will
is reported to have said that from to paste seals of approval or disapproval stands them to, be national Mrs. Carter's mother. Rev. T.; pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, ness.Miss meet the Yellow Jackets from
A. minister
Wright, Mrs.
Es- .
institutions and assets beyond ; reporter.Mt. Mary H. Smith and Miss
now on the U. S. will not refuse diplomatic on Latin American govern- ther W. Hamm, reporter. Flemington on Sunday at 2:30:
Brains
price. aplenty are Sallie Mae Edwards, both of
: recognition to new regimes ments by granting or withholding found at each. MIT, to the Carmel Baptist There Jacksonville, are guests of pm.The

:. which come to power by coup, even recognition.We simple soul, ignorant but, hat will be mid-week Meditation' i friends in the University City. fans are invited. Ladis
: though some of them may be tippingly respectful of, equa- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Youth Ross, owner.MEETING .
tions, lasers and the black arts Forum tomorrow, 7:30 pjn., Mrs. Mary J. Smith, of Tampa -
if fulfill
rightist dictatorships they hope that this return to
,
nor-
: of the technology', is a templeof Pleasant Methodist and also Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 > will spend the weekend
the normal requirements for recog- mal international practice does not awesome mysteries. It is There will be mid-week Prayer will have their'' joint 'rehear- here with her sister Mrs

: nition: the main requirement being mean abandonment of Milton Eisen- easy, one imagines, for the Services today, 7:30 p. m. 'sal, 8 p.m.; and Teachers's I Esther H. Mann, and other SCHEDULED

I effective control. hower's formula of "a handshake but factuality of things to so fill a The Board of Trustees will Meeting, Thursday, 7 p.m., and relatives.. I
not an abrazo (embrace)" for dicta- mind that it does not think of The University City Floral
Club will hold its regular meeting
This is the standard international torships. Governments do have to poems, the arts, or'even of
the human condition. = ON THE RIGHT SENIORS DAYDAYTONA on Wednesday at 8 p. m.,;
practice, from which the U. S. has transact business with powersthatbe. = April 1, at the home of Mrs.,

occasionally departed, especially in They do have to treat dictators BUT AT MIT these things BEACH Registration Emily Davis. Mrs. Dorothy,

Latin America. Mann reviewed U. S. exactly as they would a friendly somehow manage to infiltrateand for. the High School Jackson, president; Mrs. Annie

experience with trying to bring democracy. make themselves heard ObserveGood Seniors Day, Saturday, April Davis, reporter. I
by many, if not by all. On the I
basis of the tests that now ad-


II' Price-Fixing in New Guise mit that six years students entered ago to in,MIT would 1958,,,the-a be mere class re : Friday? ; BE'' .OW OLYMPUS Bylnt..landl i \\1 1J'


The price-fixers-who never seem'to the props from under "fair trade"lawshence jected. Yet, the humanities are By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEYBy y :

give up-won a small victory in the new campaign under there and they manage to

Congress recently when a Senate a different name., The bill now be- make most of the highly motivated WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. ed, spend the day about as
young geniuses under- A few years the
ago police
they would
Commerce subcommittee approved fore the full Senate Commerce Com spend Memorial ;
stand that it is necessary to commissioner of New York, Day, or Lincoln's ;
their "quality stabilization" bill. This mittee was approved last summer by be concerned with the issuesof renowned for the bluntness of any adventitious Birthday, or ; ., ,
holiday. .
1 has no more to do with quality stabilization the House Commerce Committee but civil rights, with all that is his language, appeared on a :. ,! -

than "fair trade" has to do since then has been bottled up in wrapped in the word "urbani- television program and de- AND SO the moral dilem-
zation" and with the fact thereis fended his refusal to Jew- I
I with fair trade. Both are virtuous- the Rules Committee at the requestof more 4$President Johnson'smove ish members of the give police ma begins to take form: Is

1 sounding names for eliminating price. the Kennedy and Johnson admin. against poverty than (as force the day off on a forth it not, to contributing close the office to a travesty ,
competition. istrations. the ion Jewish on
disgruntled opposit coming holy 'day. Why Good
charges) a mere refurbishingof not? Because, he said acidly, Friday so that the staff :'
the may spend the day not at
About the only real difference be- Studies by the Federal Trade Commission the New Deal overwhelming majority of work, whose accomplishment
,
tween the two is that with "fair and the anti-trust divisionof Harvard, neighbor to MIT, the took Jewish the policemen off would who reflecting the human estate,
day not
provides what might be called
j trade" laws is the Justice show that is in so acute a sense an act
manufacturer Department
it
a permitted the other half of C. P. Snow's put to any devotional use, of submission .
l to sue any retailer who prices of "fair-traded" items run 19 essay on our two cultures. But but rather spent it playing to divine ar-
rangements but
1 doesn't observe the manufacturer'sfixed to 27 per cent higher in states where this is hardly accurate. It is with the children, fixing the whose pleasures; at play,

: retail price, while with "qual- "fair trade" laws are still enforced, impossible to be in Cambridgeand leaky faucet, and watching means metaphysically are by- anti-no,
television. -
ity stabilization" the manufacturercan and that "quality stabilization" would not give over most of one's Christian, but whose pursuit .
thinking to education. The dismaying To put it mildly, the roof to the total exclusion
withhold his product from the raise prices an average of 20 per fact is that we do not fell in. Everyone went after act of of'any

offending dealer. cent for productS-mostly drugs have a situation simple enoughto his scalp: the Jews because on a holy reverence day away, constitutes from the,

and electric appliances-that most be described by "Two Cul they felt they had been slur- office an act of religious

The courts have knocked most of likely would be "quality stabilized." tures.." There is such a gulf red, 'the Christians because filtering What then is pro-the l e5 a fuss
between the truly excellent in they felt they had slurred the more feeling gesture of, the
education and that which is Jews, and the agnostics, on modern Christian
I mediocre or inadequate that general principle. The late poses of the decision, who dis- "Students shouldn't get involved in nclitics. I mean
I
whether
there are many fragmentations George Sokolsky, who as a to close his office what do we know except what. \ ? learned from
Voice of the People in the national cultural practising Jew was more or Friday?' Is h emore on reverent Good the great minds in. history?"

life. less immune from the chargeof if he formally acknowledges
anti-Semitism, took the
the sheer
existence of Good
ONE OF THE young geniuses commissioner's' and re- Friday? is he more
On The Sun's who comes to MIT may be ported in his column that he and reverent Washington Memo
==== Opinion Page never mind how the em-
just as unaware of the human had spoken the. plain truth- ployes who are released spend

Opinions and comments of Sun readers era welcome ia tko Voice of tho People column..Lo"e,. condition, and of art, litera- and remarked that as much that day? Or has he a re- From the Cowlts Washington Bureau
must .bo signed and .boor tho writer's address. Names will bo withheld if requested. A letter should ture, music and the soul values was true about the way mostof sponsibility to
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of tho paper. Poetry cannot bo used. Tho of humanism and religion, the Christian community exercise his urbane SCIENTIFIC VIEW: Dr. Glenn Seaborg, a distinguished
Sun reserves tho right to reject any letter or to shorten It, without. changing tha writer's moaning or as one of the disadvantaged spends most of its holy days. judgment as to the prob- scientist and Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commissionisn't
abilities involved '
intent. and If he
; convinced that
completely scientists have always handled
products of'a small rural No one was particularly grate- decides
creasing profits beyond their hope the the Democrats in that the day has no their political responsibilities wisely. Some irreverent individuals
him
Liquor Dealers' school in a wretched, poverty- ful to not the Jews, whodidn't for
competitive level, and ((2)) of control in Tallahassee will ridden community in deepest want the truth told, and his meaning the majority of he said, "have compared our management, of
Plan ShocksEDITOR further increasing the market act responsibly to protect the Mississippi Education'some- not the Chrj.stlanswho, didn'twant employes, keep the office science policy in recent years to a ship with a thousand
value of their licenses. AU of County's interest Provided how needs to be so improvedat the truth told either. going, transacting business as helms all connected to one rudder by rubber bands. Anotherof
Sun: My disquiet this would be at the expense of they do not act accordingly, its middle and lower levels usual, as a lesser order of these whimsical images would have federal science and its

udes were aroused over a the citizens of Alachua Coun- possibly we can find mem- that it can do the necessaryjob LAST WEEK I faced the profanation? than the alternative leaders as a colony of ants riding a rolling, tossing log downa
J news item in March 19 edition ty. bers of the opposing party of enabling what we call usual problem, as senior of- flooded stream. As each new twist of the log brings a dif
;. of the Sun (page 1)). The item 3. If the liquor retailers' as- who will act to effect stand- the two cultures to speak to ficial of a small office, whichI I do not, some of my. ferent bunch of ants out of the water and on top of the log,
1 was titled "Liquor Price Fix sociation restricts the entryof ards and assure reasonable one another across the existing expect a great many othersof gentle readers will be sur- the ants then able to see daylight proclaim to the others that
Foundation Laid." It described outsiders along the lines dealers. gulf and help all of us to you face; and, perhaps like prised to know, offer an an- they have the situation"well in hand and know exactly which
how a group of recent re- outlined by the Sun's item, 7. Democrats do a lot of understand that science and you I did not quite know swer to the question, becauseI way to steer the vehicle.
$ cipients of liquor licenses had then they are acting in talking about protecting the the humanities are interdependent what to do about it. It is this: do not know the answer,
gotten together to- effect a restraint of trade' by any consumer. In Alachua County, whether to close the office on nor whether there is one.
price fixing organizat i o n. sense of the notion. In other especially they 'are apparently The Southerner in Cam- Good Friday. Moreover, writing this column

%, Clearly from the tone of the words, they are acting to re- permitting an establish- bridge, inspired and awed by The obvious reflex for a on Good Friday morning, I 24tP41 IAtc.tt
item, the group had as its strict competition in our re- ment of practices to exploitthe the two magnificent institu- practising Christian, as for a consider it an appropriate act
' tentative objective the crew tail liquor market liquor consumers. The tions whose influence is world- practicising Jew on his holy of Penitence to- confess my
tion of a monopoly with the 4. Since several of the local prospective p r act i c e s, according wide, lies abed at the end of a days, is to do so to close Ignorance in respect of the J a.ek tJjfs-
view to exploiting the interestof recipients of the liquor licenses to the Sun, are explicitly day thinking about the problems down, as an ,act of religious problem, as in respect of so ta&
the citizens of Alachua are large motels such as intended to keep local of his own region. Presi- reverence. At the same time, many others.
County. The group apparently the Holiday Inn they quite liquor prices at |1 to |L2S a dent Johnson's project to the worldly observer is Increasingly -
+ was to act in such a way likely fall under the jurisdiction fifth above those prices pre- move' 'against the nation's aware that it is be-

\ as to keep the efficient, so- of the anti-trust divisionof vailing in competitive mar- poverty includes a program' coming harder and harder to POTOMAC FEVER 0
': called cut-rate, retailers out the U. S. Department of kets in the state. designed to aid education, to define the meaning of closingthe ':
of Gainesville. Justice. Given the number of The liquor dealers of Ala- cope with the drop-outs and office down on Good Fri- '
I' There are a number of larger cases the Governmentmust chua County simply cannotbe those with functional illiteracy. day. Does the act of doing so, By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
shocking aspects about the deal with, however, the permitted to engage in if you are in the position of
Alachua County retail liquor U. S. officials are not likelyto practices that are contrary to authority, signify your, own' Investment tip sheet report, on corporate first quarters: LBJ Enterprises-
dealers' meeting as reportedby be attracted to practicesin the best interest of the Ala- THE.WEIGHT of poverty is obeisance to, and recognitionof Consumer sales up 29 per cent. Image (all of them) untarnished. Glowing pros-
the Sun. I should like to Alachua County chua County consumers. heavy on the back of the the holy day? Or is the pects for fourth quarter.
: review some of these for those 5. If the executives of firms WILLIAM J. FRAZER,, JR. Southeast. The Departmentsof reason' why we close down --
who have an interest in the in the steel industry even Commerce and Labor say primarily that we wish to give. 'Goldwater Auction Sales, Lie Earnings off sharply. Some supervisory personnel -
Gainesville consumer: showed signs of collusive act- that poverty begins when in- the staff the opportunity to ob- defect to rival firms. Futile efforts to sell off lagging subsidiaries,
1. The number of licenses ion of the type recently shown How to Wreck, come drops below $3,000 per serve the holy day, at least, such as T.Y.A.mar' profit outlook.
fixed by the state. Pre- by the Alachua County liquor family. No state lathe South- to the extent of punctuating Scranton Iron & Steel Works-Spectacular consumer interest in new product
sumably, this is to help assure dealers, they would Immediately Parly east has fewer than 32 per a half hour or more of it, 1 line. Management indecision clouds picture. Advice: Modest investment
conformity to state laws concerning attract the attention of cent of its families in that with worship, with an act of warranted.
the distribution no the trust busters. They may At (Freedom and Union) category. Much of it is Negro, gratitude to the Man who --
sales to minors and so on. even attract the wrath of the a formal dinner party in but a substantial portion of it, made the most awesome deci- Nixon Air Lines-Record air miles flown. Line still favored by many com
Even so, the administrative President of the United States. Washington. D. C., the hostess especially tht; desperately sion in the history'tragedy :mercial passengers despite bad crashes of '60 and '62. Once flourishing tourist
practice of fixing the number'I Once again, however, the size sent a note to an attractive woman badly,- off Appalachians, is and hope, the act of,an acts i class business mushy.
of licenses gives every recip of the Alachua County liquor far down the, table. The white., There are_haadreds of most celebrated by the writ- --

lent of a license some degreeof .market, relative to the'na butler delivered it, but the ,thousands of families livingon ers, painters;'and poets of the Rockefeller Oil & Gas-EarnIngs picture poor due to recent huge capital ex-
monopoly. Consequentlythe tional market for steel, would\ young woman could" not,read commoditieswith-no in past two millennia? ]penditures. Also plagued by lack of sales in women's department. However
license has a market value not likely warrant the 'attention it without her glasses. She come. There are nine million And yet the worldly observers 1 itself. of U. S. officials. asked tie man at her right to families in the "very poor" know that a very small --
2, As a further consequence 6. More fundamentally, the read it for her. category. Of these, there are minority of American'', Christians Shriver Casualty Insurance-Brightest of the glamour stocks. Spectacular
of fixing the numbers of licenses regulation of collusive actionsby He read: "Dear Betty. Do seven million families who do .take thought, during i quarterly sales. Total protection against poverty is brand-new wrinkle ia insurance -
any price-fixing re- liquor- dealers existing at me a favor and please don't not include a person who couldgo Good Friday, of the' meaning i field. Envy of ,competitors. .
tailers' ,association has the the pleasure of the State, of neglect the man on your right to work if a job,were avail- of that day that 'rather,"liie --

basis.for creating a monopolywith ,Florida should be the responsibility He's a frightful bore, I know, I able. the Jews the Police .Commis Republicans this_year have shown..themselves to be the party intelligent
two results: (1),) Of in- of the State. We should but'pleaSe talk to him." Two culture'I aioner Claimed to have obsen'1 responsible opposition well qualified_to continue the role indefinitely. ,

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I CapitolWASHINGTON ": -
By FAROUK' NASSAR The change left Saud, the 61- the resolution said an Saud's Preview TonightThe

i = 4-: DAMASCUS, Syria (AP)-Ail year-old monarch who has ruled powers and prerogatives shouldgo 6qt
!i (AP-In the ing King Saud of Saudi Arabia the country since his father to Faisal "in light of the dispute -

news from Washington: has.been stripped of all powers, King Ear Saud died in November between His Majesty the University of Florida i The World's Fair perform-

VIET NAM: Premier Nguyen >3 and his ,brother Crown Prince 1953,' with the title -of king ;King and His Highness Prince Choir will preview its national I ances ,will conclude a
Khanh of South Viet Nam is Faisal, proclaimed >regent and and little else. Faisal's decree Faisal which was about to lead tour.tonight in University Auditorium concert tour between nine-day
t moving to put his country on a uncontested ruler of the oil-rich reduced him to a'figurehead.Saud the country into insurrection at 8:15. terms. school ,..

i full wartime footing in the fightagainst .,. desert kingdom, Mecca radio who has made several and anarchy" and because of From then on, it will be a bus- The This .SealMeans
Communist guerrillasand 4' announced Monday night trips to Europe in recent years the king's "physical conditionand man's holiday for the Choir choir will leave the University .
it's going to cost the United Faisal took over -after apower for treatment, is expected to his current circumstances." ,when it participates in opening April 17 and make eight
States about $1 million' a week. x r yes' struggle that threatened leave the country soon for ceremonies at the New York appearances' in cities along the We'reDifferent
I So says Defense Secretary Faisal, who has been eastern seaboard. They will end
to plunge Saudi Arabia into "reasons of health. crown World's Fair, April 2226.
Robert S. McNamara, recently civil war. prince since his elder brother their annual spring tour in New r

back from an inspection trip to 4 -,-. Faisal, Saudi Arabia's 58- Faisal named himself regent took the throne, took all powersto York where they will give several
that country."We > n year-old premier, issued a royal after 12 Moslem religious lead- run Saudi Arabia's' internal performances daily in the
propose to assist him in t decree deIegafing'Saud's organ- ers adopted resolution declaring and foreign affairs without consulting Drug Arrest Florida booth at the New from on Insurance company -

I every way possible," McNamara national, political, 'administrative Saud "unfit to conduct the Saud. He is to remain York World's Fair. salesman. As Independent *,

said. "" S judicial and executive'powers affairs of state." regent even if"the king is in the Given While in New York the choir insurance :

KING SAUD and prerogatives to himself. Approved by 58 Saudi princes, country. Tally also has been scheduled to appear agents we give you The
I Big Difference in car and ;;?
HEMINGWAY PAPERS: Mrs. JACKSONVILLE -The State at the Florida showcase in home insurance con '

Ernest Hemingway will give Board of Health Rockefeller Center and in sev- tinuing, personal atten-
today reported I
the manuscripts, letters, notes i Seal Slaughtering Time Arrives 393 persons were arrested in eral television appearances. tion. This kind of service
: The 61member mixed choiris I
and memorabilia of the late Florida in 1963 for illegal drug might mean hundreds ,
author to the John F. Kennedy activities. Narcotics was Involved under the direction of Dr. El- perhaps thousands, of i

Library, the library corporation 5fem fork lItmn Canadian and other conserva- in 242 cases. Arrests in 1962 wood Keister of the Universi- dollars in your pocket. I'I'I
announced Monday. By JOHN C. DEVLIN tionists wanted the U.N.1o take totalled 331 ty's Department of Music: facul-
Herds Face ExtinctionIn
"Nothing would have pleasedmy action. The board is charged with enforcing ty.While I
husband more than the gift NEW YORK This. is the state law regarding on tour choir members Kirkpatrickmonson
of the Hemingway papers," season of the "the madness" in St. Lawrence, 'Madness9 But some quarters, he said, of drugs, cosmetics regulation will be housed with University r

Mrs. John F. Kennedy said in the Gulf' of St Lawrence. believe the. Canadian government and medical devices. alumni and with congregation ;
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a' statement. She added that Every March the butchers I to close its Frank Castor; director of the members of host churches.The \

they will help fulfill the late bakers, candlestick makers and ported here recently by Paul pups and adults alike-were eyes to the slaughter to curry: board's Bureau of Narcotics, variety of works In the

president's hope that "the library even the doctors and dentists Montreuil, curator of'the New able to escape and continue to favor with voters in Newfoundland said that of the 393 arrests, 108 concert program range from

will become a center for shut up shop to make as muchas York Aquarium in Coney Island. breed, new herds even after and the maritime provinces involved sale or possession of the classic pieces of Bach and
.the study of American civilization $1,000 a day slaughteringseals. Montreuil has returned from the heavy killings. of New Brunswick, barbiturates and amphetamines Schuman to folk songs, Negro Insurance Inc.
in all its aspects in these Gulf with a warning that the I "But now the ski planes and Prince Edward Island and Nova -33 more than in 1962. He said spirituals and modern works.. 31 N. Main 372-8433

years., Even housewives join the great seal.herds there are facing helicopters can reduce distanceso Scotia. These voters .normally violators of this type usually The choir will return Sunday,

.u. hunts, chasing the bleating pups extinction., He said: efficiently that there is no make a relatively poor living are found at truck stops, night April 26. .

SUBMARINE: Vice Adm. and their parents across ice escape. Only blizzards, gales catching lobsters and fish. I'' clubs and some drug stores. He

.. Charles B. Martell, 2nd Fleet floes. They fracture the seals' "In the last couple of years and the breaking up of the isfloes The seals, unlike sea lions,I said trucking companies have
commander has been named skulls with tw -foot clubs, skin the hunters have taken to using can save the seals, which have difficulty maneuvering out been very cooperative in aiding
by President, Johnson to the them and drag the pelts back to I. ski planes and helicopters to are of the harp variety." of water and are caught easily. enforcement of the law among

created of directorof collection"points.. I. decimate the herds. They make Montreuil said most of the There are contradictory re- drivers.
newly the antisubmarine post warfare The pelts are hi great demandfor hunting terribly efficient"In hundreds of hunters "regardthe ports as to whether the baby Castro said the bureau made

women's coats, the blubber I the old days the hunters hunt as a sort of gold rush, seals are skinned alivethis 2,029 inspections of drugstores
programs.
for margarine, :some of the but others go because they regard to reduce blemishes on the pelts hospitals, clinics. .drug I
reached the ice floes by boat some needed for the fur- oat market
leather for. fine wallets and the the killing as queer manufacturers and wholesalers
PANAMA: When rioting broke paws after being marinated- and then had to start walkingto kind of sport"He Montreuil said the pups were during the year.Release.

out along the Panama Canal for food among the ,natives. I reach the herds..A man could said that the annual kill bled to death quickly before

Zone border last January, Panama Details of _the hunt were re- walk only so far,and most seals had been so great that some skinning and that the bodies Spies
accused the United States of tossed aside on the ice were

.an unprovoked armed attack. dead. But in Ottawa, the society CAIRO AP) The United
Now, Latin-American sources Datz Named for the Prevention of Cruelty to Arab Republic Monday releasedten RUG RIOT

report, two international commissions Gemini CapsuleTo Animals .has complained to the Greeks who were convictedof :
have found the charge government that the 'pups are spying for Israel in 1962.
without foundation. Bond 'DriveChairman being skinned alive. Stronger They were handed over to the

Investigations have been conducted government supervision is ex- Greek Embassy for deportation.The NYLON CHENILLE
by a commission of the! Get Sea TestHOUSTON pected before next year's official announcement gaveno '

Organization of American States slaughter. reason for their release. TWEEDLOOP :

and by the International Jurists "
Commission with Bernard S. Datz, general ma- Tex. (AP-The ter, and no waves,." said a
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The three astronauts will .
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flight crews support t'
growth in the West, they were Test requirements are that
viewed as more than offsetting ExConvictNow waves be four to five feet high division. ., '
Communist gains in Africa and and the sea choppy.It The capsule will be lowered 7
Latin America. Warden will be the first', fullscalesea ,over the side of the National :

This bit of self-analysis was water test using a_'production Aeronautics and Space Administration's GADROPENINCct ": f
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Millard .
ship, the
recovery
prepared for the House Foreign Gemini capsule, weighing
F. Gooding, despite. prison -
Affairs Committee, which re and equipped the'same as a Retriever. A 400-foot nylon rope,
record that includes a life will be slack win connectthe
leased it Monday. earth. which ,
to
sentence, will keep his job as spacecraft returning :
ship to the capsule. There :
warden of the Richmond County Numerous tests with the capsule 1st 5
TERROR'REPORT have been made in a huge win be power and communications ... :
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Castro group of, American citizens I Yt : :: : 4 S .
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the Cuban is about 20 years ago and given craft Center.
government using
'Increasingly repressive measures" sentences of life and 20 years "Those tests were In fresh waCabbie ResearchersWin New'Steak .Room : ;
for two service station robber .
against its opponents, including AwardsDr. 3 t tK
ies. He was paroled after about ,
a device known as seven Gets .. .... ... :
"death on wheels." years.Richmond Robert DeHoff, assistant f .. .

The colorful descriptive was County''. commissioners To Keep 'Tip'NEW research professor in metallurgy ... N it ran ,

applied to a military vehicle agreed to retain him and Robert Cockrell, graduate -

r which the Citizens Committeefor Monday after the State Pardon YORK (AP-Cab driver student in nuclear engi- .
a Free Cuba said transportsa and Parole Board commuted his Harry F. Kuester, who mistakenly neering, were named winners ; : : : !" "I.k / !

traveling court, jury and ex life sentence to the time he gave a passenger on a of the University of Florida : :1y; ; .> w
ri ecutioners to the scene of up served and granted him a par- 40-cent ride $9.60 change froma Sigma Xi awards at the scientific :: : .. .
risings. don to restore his civil rights.NBC's $1,000 bill, gets to keep it. honor society's annual banquet
Kuester turned the $1,000 bin
1 last night.
over to police after discoveringit
wasn't a $10 bill his passen- The two received the awardsfor LUNCH : '" 'T
Quake Coverage outstanding research
by a
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ride on March 6,1961After faculty member and a studenton

Scooped Other NetworksBy all steps to try to find the University campus. Dr. 12 Noon 2 P.M.DINNER .
; the passenger were exhausted, DeHoff was honored for his .

the $1,000 was given to the cab study of the structure of metals -
By JACK GOULD urday the first pictures from bie Monday. Kuester, convalescing : mobile Cockrell received his ,
\ NEW YORK The National ish Columbia, something the Columbia :
use the money toward the behavior of sub-atomic partidies. ;
Broadcasting Company's news Broadcasting System did
medical bills. .'
department spectacularly swept not get around to doing until 5 P.M. -12 .MidnightContinuous -_
the television honors in its alert 11. At 7 the' N.B.C. chain also :. -J-
.aDd'resourceful coverage of the had the first official confirmation : !.

Alaskan earthquake. that the death'toll in Alaska :;:

On Saturday night, when public was going to run much less 'f A 'S (I. : ;: r

interest and apprehensionwere than feared. And at 11 it had .
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C scooped its rivals on some phases pictures from Anchorage.By i f': ',

1 of the disaster by hours and comparison with N.B.c., :

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The contrast of performance caught in the grip of a week FACTORY AUTHORIZED, ; Entertainment Nightly "
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1h? "' HoBsegaests! l Mr. a B d I Sweden. fessor of English ,at the University
r \ TODAY" March 31 Gainesville Cootiette Club, 8 MeebThursday Mrs. Jim Richardson for the Dr.: Hasse&a&a is here fora of Florida has been

{" Education Wives,.Card Par- p.m., Mrs. Mary Furry, 317 Easier vacation are their week doing special research named a member of the national
t" ty, 8 p.m., University Women' SE 3rd Street. '. ': sons, James G.. m, a student on air pollution as related Shakespeare Anniversary -
Clubhouse; West Newberry American Association of Uni- rNE E ffliniiy at Duke University to paper mills at the Committee.
a Road. versity Women, Morning Interest and Frederick'whoattends University of Florida. He and Eugene R. Black, presidentof
.J : Beta Lambda of Epsilon Sigma 'Group,.9:15 a.m., Mrs. Kent School, Kent, GOOD.; a his family are staying at the the American Festival The-
: Alpha, Rush party work Sheldon Lee, 610 NW 36th The University of Florida nephew, 'R. H. Mattoon., Jr., .Florida Union. ater at Stratford, Conn., is
I meeting, 8 Street. Dames will hold election and Ruth Weimer :Women's Editor'What's 'graduate student the anniversary
I pjix, Community at Tulane chairman: of
Room of Guaranty ,Federal Gainesville' Chapter 44, OES, Awards Night Thursday at 8 University, and his fiancee, Dr. T. Walter Herbert, pro- committee.GrahamWiIIioms.
1 i Savings and Loan Building.. 8 p.m., Masonic Temple pan. in the rJ. ,Hillis Miller Miss. Lynn Orr of Concord, ,

.t Tuesday Evening Su'I .University Mothers' Club, Health Center Auditorium.A in. a.Hat? liass., a. graduate: student at
I Club of Gainesville, 6 pjn., Mother and Daughter Lunch new President.for the coming Yale University. ,

'I 1404 West University Avenue. eon, ;12 noon, Holiday Inn. year win be ,elected. The Mrs::. Richardson's mother, !

University'of Florida Choir, Chapter CQ, P.E.O., Mrs. old and new board representatives Mrs., A. V. Jailer is here Mrs. Ernest Williams announces
t Spring Concert, 8:15 p.m.,University Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE Sixth chairmen, and sponsors of Is from Kent, Conn., to spend the marriage of her
p, Auditorium. Terrace. each grouP' will be introducedand ; Program Topic"What's the spring season Judith Edwina
Miss
,
daughter,
Yale University Club, dinner FRIDAY, April 3 the executive board office .
Curtis Mitchell Graham
Williams to
,
meeting and 6 pjn., Gainesville Club. Annual Meeting.of, the Ala- of each- new board representative in a Hat?," ,will be, bring paper, pencil and scissors Mr. and Mrs. Win H. Gil- son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff

Golf Country chua County ,Association for will be announced.Mrs. j the topic of the morning ,program in order,to copy the Carol Lane lett, have had as their guest ord Graham of Lucedale, Miss.
WEDNESDAY, April 1 Mental ,Health, Dinner, 7:30 Josephine McSwine will tomorrow for the final pattern. the hitter's mother Mrs. J.
,
:, Mrs.Chapter Thomas I, PEO Larrick, 10 ajn.730, pjn., Holiday,Inn. U. S. Senator comment on the tables in the meeting of the American Home Chairman for the programis A. HoHoway, who.returned to r; The performed double ring by Rev.ceremonywas Otto

NE 9th Avenue. : Spessard L.. Holland Mary Turner Tablesetting Con- Division of the Gainesville Woman's Mrs. James''' Brogdon and her home in Edna, Texas, Reese, minister of the Linda
guest speaker. test as colored slides of each' Club. Mrs. J. M. McCown Jr. is publicity last weekend. I
1+ O. E. S. Auxiliary, 3 p.m., a Vista Church, San Diego, Calif.,
Club
Gainesville Garden table shown. She will explain the chairman.Those \
A number of informal courtesies
Mrs. Jesse A. Vitatoe, 1208 The Wednesday session, set March 18.Attending r
on
i SW 1st Avenue. Spring Flower Show,6 Potted points y stem of grading used for 10 ajn. at. the clubhouse, ,assisting during the were extended the ,Tex. the couple were

University of Florida Medi- Plant Gainesville Entries High; 4 to School p.m., for the contest. West Newberry Road, will include morning,are to be: Mrs. W. N. an including a family dinner and Mrs. Jim Sanders'of

cal Dames, 8 pjn., Mrs..Ward Gainesville Bridge dub, 9 Mrs., Turner will present several special features.A Robinson, Mrs.W. Ridgway: 'party given by Mrs. John E. San'Diego. 11-11Mr.
.17
Noyes, 2227 NW 7th Lane. prizes to contest winners. Mrs. Julius M. Perkins, Mrs. East
a.m., Holiday Inn. miniature wedding scene The bride wore a white mohair -
.i, University Women's Club, Mrs. Dale Man, a member of Ralph Porter, Mrs. Alice Reed, Mrs.' HoHoway and Mrs.
Benefit Bridge Canasta Par- will be presented by "MissTing" r2 suit with white accessories :
Choral Group, 10 ajn., Club- Club Education Dames, and Mrs. Mrs. T. R. Cram, Mrs. Keith Thornburg Cowles of New Jh
Gainesville Woman's of Gainesville hat designers
book
ty, and carried a prayer centered -
.house. Clark Crum, representing Ag. Haythorne, Mrs. M. ,L. Koko- York City, mother of Mrs.,
8 Ciuhbojise. Mrs. Small, Mrs. white orchid. Ii
with
p.m. Betsy a
r Democratic Women's Club, riculture Dames are candidatesfor moor, Mrs. MiRiam Kolark, John Harrison,shared honors
; 8 Federal Savings 1..v fc the office of of Eloise Roberts, and Mrs. James at luncheons After a wedding trip to Mexico 1
pjn., Guranty president Mrs. P. A. Lee Jr., Mrs*James given by '
1 and Loan Building. Executive Board meeting Dames. ndnim will give a demonstration S. Matthews, Mrs. W. W., Morris Mrs. Thomas Brin, and Mrs. the couple will .live in' San !

Gainesville Bridge Club,7:30 Gainesville Women's Club, Members of this year's ex- of hat making.Hat Mrs. Thomas O. Neff Sr., James Strigfdlow, who. en- Diego The bridegroom, an Aviation

p.m:, Holiday Inn. 10:30 am., Clubhouse,'with Mrs.J. ecutive board will be hostessesfor Pattern Available Mrs Charles E. Nelson, Mrs. tertained last week. Boatswain 3-c, is stationed

v Fine Arts Association Art C. Feltham and Mrs. Felmy the evening: Another feature of the morn- Lucille s. ,Peacock, Mrs.. J. '. s J Mrs. Curtis Mitchell Graham at NAS Miramar, Calif.
Auction 8 pjn. City Recrea- Ford, luncheon hostesses. Martine Pearce.,
lag will be copying a travel hat Mr. and Mrs. William,
tion Center. Open to the 'pub-SATURDAY, April 4 i Mrs. Alfred Reed Mrs. W. L.
Boys'ClubMothers from a pattern recommendedby Wade Hampton m have returned AUCTION of PAINTINGS .
lie.AmerIcan Home Division UF Engineering Wives Club Miss, Carol Lane travel con Richardson, Mrs. Frank A. from Decatur, Ga.

Gainesville Woman's Club family picnic, 2 p.m., Camp GroupIs sultant for the Shell Oil, Co., Robinson, Mrs. Aureiia Robert- They drove up Sunday to take PRINTS, DRAWINGS and CRAFTS

"What's In a Hat?" program Wauberg, 'Electrical Engineering DisbandedThe who spoke to the club last fall I soil, Mrs. C. P. Schaiffner; and their daughter, Miss. Dorothy By Members of Gainesville Fine Arts :- -

10 ajn., Clubhouse, :West University -i and Engineering Graphic Members are requested to Mrs. Stuart Scott Hampton: to, Agnes Scott ..
Avenue. faculty wives, hostess groups. Mothers Auxiliary of College. Association and_ Some of the City's .,. ...
the,Boys''. Club disbanded Most Professional Artists. -
O'clock University \ i .
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Eight Group, ,
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i. > lowing a dinner meeting held Dr. Cornell To Be SpeakerDr.
Women's Newcomers, 8 Gainesville Garden Club P.M. RECREATION .
recently at the Holiday Inn. S --
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Hen- _.. ..
pm. Clubhouse, 'West, .N ,- Spring' Flower Show, Horticulture 'A. past president's pin and Corbin Carnell, Universityof ODd "guest night" and members drickson had as their dinner
berry Road, Mrs. 'Maurice Cut, 'Specimen Entries, gift was presented to Mrs. Robert Florida professor of English are invited to bring Husbands guests last night Dr. and CENTER on the boulevardOpen
Yeates and Mrs. Alexander 7:30 to 10 ajn., Gainesville Rafter, president, by the and other guests..
will be guest speaker at the Mrs. Bjorn Hasselhnhn and at 7:30 for Inspection Before Auction Begins
Bednarek, hostess, Dr.. Corbin High SchoolGainesville :auxiliary members in. appreciation Hostesses for the evening will young daughter of Stockholm,
of the ..
Carnell, guest speaker, Garden Club of her work. Wednesday meeting be Mrs. Maurice Yeates and

THURSDAY, April 2 Spring Flower, Show, "Moodsin Mrs. Rafter also presented Eight O'Clock Group of the Mrs. Alexander Bednarek. The

Gainesville Junior Woman's Line and Color," 2:30 to gifts, to the officers, Mrs. University Women's Club New meeting is scheduled at 8 pjn. BELK-LINDSEY Proudly Announces .

,Club, General Meeting; 9:30. 9 pjn., Gainesville High Claude Richardson. Mrs Ed- comers.,Dr. Carnell will review' in the University Women's
Ji ,am, Clubhouse. School.More ward Lackey, Mrs. Keith e ar 1.Buck's "The Living Clubhouse. Coffee and dessert

1II II.oiI __. I !. ." ,,,,,. Wright, Mrs.A. C.Von Nyven-I I Reed." I will be served during the social A11 FREE
heim, Mrs. J. A. Pickett I This will be the group's sec: hour.



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Evangelist: DR. OLAND WILSON .
First Baptist Church .

Than Likely You Melrose DAILY WINNERS Grand Prize
Music Leader MR. DON WARD i
1 Inherited Eatina HabitsTo .
r Gainesville' Florida MAR. A
Nursery Available At Each: Service 2.LEM OWENS 1319 N.E. 8th St. ,

a certain extent, a wom-] Josephine Lowman in care of II Pastor- FRANK M. PEARL 3-EDNA ROBERTS 723 N.W. 8th Are. .

en's figure is determined by inheritance -,I the Gainesville Son. 4-SUSAN HAIL 1626 N.W. 8th Aye.5Mu" SUSANTHOMAS'
I 'T. C. FLETCHER Box 417 Will lston
but she can always "
6-MRS. M. O. BEAU 2411 N.E. 11th Terr.
i give Mother Nature an assist. Adams=, Ocala FU.
7 JANE PARftlSH. 2429 E.

: Our bony structure, of course, a BEGINNING PRIL1 1st 9 GAIL WELDON, 816 N.W. 12th Are. SUITawarded I
10-MRS. L.L LINDEN, Box 1386. Univ. Station t.
has a great influence on our .
r eimeu* II-LORRAINE PEN*. 1708 N.W. 10th T.rr. ;
silhouette, as do our muscles s 12-ANN W. SCHOFI LD. 602 N.W. 9th Av .
and fatty deposits. The glandular r 13-M1S. RUBY WEST. Otter Creek to

system affects the distribu-. 14-EDNA ROBERTS. 723 N.W.8th AT*. SUE KELLEY
tions of weight. 16-LOIS NEIL, 1826 N.W. 10th Terr. '
our
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ALWAYSARSTQ:1 ( 17-CLARKE ANDERSON 319 N.E. 12th St. Hawthorne, Florida
,However the saying "Fat nuns 18-MARY TUNSTALL, '2720 N.E. 12th St.

in my family," or "All mymother's 19-RUTH CAJPPE, 2037 NX. 9th, St.
folks : 20-ALDA MOSES 705 N.E. 10th PI.,
were
overweight
.w ,*, ..,,. '.. .' 1 21-MYRTLE M. BARFIELD 520 N.E. 6th St.
is seldom, accurate. o "
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_. 2s-MARY COBB. Bronsoa ,.. .
Most often the eating:'babiLswhich -- -- --, T --: 24-MRS. C. ,N. EDRIS. 2215 N.!. 16th Terr.

are handed down from I -MRS. O. L GORDON 310 4 S.W. lit Are. '. '_

generation to generation are the 26-MRS. NELLIE. BRUNSON, 813 H.W. 30th Art. C ;? =.
27-MRS. IDELL FORDHAM 9 H.E. 7* St. .
famous value Towncraft"
causes of obesity. our dress shirts
:28 MRS. H. F. STRICKLAND. :
Fatty deposits are not so aptto 3624 Kipliafl Dr.. Orlando, '

accumulate over very busy :; h reduced in price for a limited time onTT .,
muscles. Therefore
special exercises

are a big help ia redistributing

our pounds most. attract P .
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protruding abdomen and I :. Surrounding TownWinners ,.
bulging thighs are two of the
usual and most disliked feminine S : .

figure defects. :TodayJJet .
me give you a good exercisefor SPECIAL ALACHUA-FRANCES ALUGOOD ',... .
each one. WINNER OF ARCHER-MRS. BRYAN 'McNEJLLMONS0N
-JONEL HOLMES
.i To flatten the abdomen and CEDAR KEYS-MRS. M. P. WATSON
A FREE DRESS
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strengthen the abdominal muscles CHIEFLAND-MRS. J. T. HUTSON .
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; lie on the floor on your I I IN EMPLOYEES CROSS CITY ,MRS.' DOT GEE'. .
:.: back with your legs straight 'HA.WTHORNE-MRS. ALLEN SMITH .
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I and your arms resting on the I QUALITY PIMA! OXFORD BROADCLOTH reg. 2.98'n, 3.25. now any POSTCARD, s. HIGH SPRINGS-ALBERTA TAYLOR
floor overhead. Bend both knees i KEYSTONE HTS-RENEE BELOTE
Choose from handsome snap-tab, buttondown short col
abdomen and point CAMPAIGN LAKE BUTLER M. MAYS ,
close to
up your i 'lar styles and more! Rich rugged expertly tailored cottons ,
grasp your knees with your in long 'n short sleeve models. Many wash *n wear too. $ MELROSE-CLNORA McGUIRE,
hands. Return arms to overhead MICANOPY MRS.,ELLEN PALMER
need just a lick of the iron! Yes Permey's has 'em o.o.. all 2. MRS. MILTON. as straighten 'a
position you your 5SEE
favorites all fantastically reduced for big.,big'sav
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legs toward the ceiling and then your for BAXLEY. STARKE=MARY E. LEE a
ings! Two pocket styles'with plain collar. I :- TRENTONJEANMcELROY '
slowly lower them to the floor
N.W. 12th Terr.
1929
(with stiff knees). Stretch out, .. WALDO-T. C. STALLING

making yourself as long as pos '. GeiaefYilJe, Fla.'WlUISTOHMRS.' HARRELL ,PHILLIPS
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RICHARD WILSON easily cover printing costs. Advertising general Democratic treasury for ,Walter Bevel, an advertising up' the deficit Democrats" ized" version of the assassination i

j I Chief .revenue, minus.editor campaigning. This act prevents and public relations man who hope 'to avoid tu '"- r, so backed the I
J Cowlet Washington Bureau Ad Rates TripledFor ial and costs win be contributions by I by Kennedy.ww
production corporations to originated in Texas, and has that national car --,_ ;is family, which will be written by'
1 WASHINGTON, D.C. Advertising profit political campaigns:! and the advertising worked in Lyndon; B. Johnson's can be used entire!; n the > a presidential biographer, William .r

I ( will'be sold in a 1964 Convention 'Memo9 Democratic officials are talk bought in the Kennedy campaigns; is working on the tions. Brightman said the Re Manchester. He wrote the N ww.

I Democratic, National Convention ing of selling "several hundred book might be considered a Kennedy convention book. He publicans'also usually have a Kennedy biography "Portrait ofa v...
program book,dedicated to thousand copies."! If ,theY' sold campaign contribution.This denied reports that committeesof convention deficit. President. Mrs. Kennedy will .

the late; President. Kennedy at i '- 250,000, the revenue from circu year in the deal placingthe business men are being organized 'Televising the Democratic be a primary source of infor

15,000 per color page. of booksellers with special pub at $25,000. Democratic 'officialsare 'lotion would be $2,500,000. If 150 Democratic convention in to solicit advertisingand National Convention," said mation ,for this book. The proceeds
I This is triple the cost of ad- lications on President Kennedyis not, even quoting at this pages of advertising were sold Atlantic the Democratic referred inquiries to the Democratic Chairman John will go the the John F.
vertising in the convention book a guide. / time the cost of ordinary black- lat.an average price of$15,000, City, Democratic National Committe Bailey, "will bring its drama Kennedy Library in Boston after
'our years ago and, on a circulation "Wh n'wfll it end?" the.booksellers and-white ads. In 1960 black would bring $2,250,000 and committee retained rights to Sam Brightman, Democratic and action into every home and the author and other costs are

basis, more than 10 are asking as each new and-white pages went for $2500 probably a $2,000,000 Profit. publish the convention book. Re- publicity chief said all make every viewer a spectatoras ,
'-" times comparable advertising Kennedy publication is greetedby and color pages for $5,000. The profit is supposed to go publicans have granted this proceeds history is made.
charges In nationally distributed seemingly insatiable: de. The books will be sold nation right to the ,committee jn San would go to defray the conven- paid.SRAY::: s'I.
to help the costa of the national "The convention book, with :
pay : '
magazines.The mand. wide through the organization of Francisco which is underwritingthe tion costs. He said that past ex- the wealth of background mater-
convention book could be The inside back ',of the Democrats at $10 convention. Democratic G.O.P. convention to help shows that the
page young per perience national ial It will contain, will make the ,. . <
I \ ft runaway sell-out and far exceed Kennedy book for the Democratic copy,- and not merely at .the 'officials say it would be contrary defray,the costs, and there is no convention runs in the red convention '"
more meaningful to
I. the expectation of'its pub- National Convention will go national convention as in the to the corrupt: practices such elaborate plan for national and the committee has to dip those who watch its SHR BIERY'

l ushers if the recent experience at $20,000 and the back cover past.The $10 purchase price will act to transfer the money to the distribution. into its campaign funds to make and will remain a proceedings souvenirof -- 'I.-

this moment in history." ;... HOW.. !I ,',."._,,,,
Burns Both Races ReadyMadeHouse Southern The book will contain articlesby "
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Says Rights "authors of national promi- /WITH' va i
nence" describing the administrations : j' "t_

Plans Johnson of Presidents, the Johnson Kennedyand .$t.>e': .i OIL\,,.#aY',:;"."..
Cheered His lax Actions kc program ,. \ ,
Oratory BeginsWASHINGTON a "panorama of famous \ ,
'Opposed first ladies," including Mrs. 'I.i.

.Kennedy, "and other sub- EMULSION t:,
By THE ,ASSOCIATED PRESS administering the laws for protection the needs of"an Florida's citizens drMatruin. house look (AP-South-sistant Democratic and Repub- jects." many

Back.,on ,the ,governorship of all citizens," he.said. was to create more new I plans ern senators battling the House- lican leaders, are heading,a bipartisan -
the
food in the but rarely Judging by clamor for
magazine
campaign trail this week. Mayor Picketing is a n American jobs for them,by,'further Industrial -j meet the needs of individual passed civil rights.bill preparedto drive aimed a t over- I Kennedy half dollars and advance 'iTO CONTROL SCALED i. ''i
Brewrd .but,"the law must be speak 'again today after
Haydon Burns told right, respected expansion. I J up coming the' opposition the orders for books
Kennedy [ 1
all home builders, a building'con the field for I INSECTS & RED SPlDEnt t '
the leaving
County voters that cheers for by gubernatorial a- day to Dixie forces.Humphrey.
Kelly also said he would seekto I .not yet written, the Democratic
sultant told Gainesville Qvians _
his actions during the Jacksonville candidate said. increase vocational schools' yesterday. the other sid said the Southerners organization may be underestimating :: II
violence loud Scott Kelly of Lakeland sounded -
race were as in Florida so that more pupils After 16 days of preliminary asked to be heard today. He what! could be a poli-
"in the colored section as it is his continued opposition to could be prepared for trades in- Dawson Ziegler Jr., a part skirmishing, .formal>debate got said proponents "were agreeableto tical bonanza.
in the white section." the proposed civil rights legislation -' ner in Professional ConstructionCo.
stead of,dropping out of school under way Monday with. Sens. this arrangement but none- Booksellers! report' that ,Kennedy
"I think it is high time that In Congress. I before graduation. and assistant building',construction :. Hubert H. Humphrey,.D-MInn., theless intend to use up mostof books which they had ,not
said the to best meet
public officials must be.firm. in He way Robert King ',High fired another professor at the UnIversity and Thomas H. Kuchel, By-Calif., this week presenting their expected to sell much' ,, like "A ,
blast at the state railroad of Florida,recommended : making lengthy speeches in support case for the bill. Day in the Life of John F.;:Ken ''I I
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Frats' Social Activities I ICurtailed assessment board, again proposing that prospective, builders. retain of the.measure. At a luncheon meeting of Republican nedy" vanish almost immediately 4Y
from their shelves.
'an architect to insure I Advance
to abolish the He
agency. senators' GOP
leader
Humphrey and Kuchel, the as-
orders are being placed for the
,said that it permitted railroads achieving particularspecifics.. Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois
by Trimesters I I to assess their own property. Hoofs and needs. z planned to discuss amendments new book by former presidenial ..
Peace assistant Theodore Sorenson x $ ..
"This, privilege places an additional "It's worth' every penny Corps he intends to propose :to the before the ,book Is'even titled. ORIFRE '.ESTI MATES ACE .
Extra-curricular activities of had a big hand in assisting tax burden'on the aver- provided you want to make bill's fair employment practices. Much to'the surprise of the ..

tie University of Florida's' 26 community charity programs age taxpayer and businessman, sure' your home esthetically Test Slated section. book merchants, earlier books >.. I ..

social fraternities, have been such as blood drives, heart a grossly unfair penalty,", High pleasing ,and you can. get He said that before he .can about the late president, including I..
curtailed ."reducedly" by the fund drives and aid for under- competitivebids from builders support this part of the bill, as his own "Profiles in Cour: a OL VQOl1a .

trimester system, the presi- privileged children. said.Fred 0. Dickinson of West ," Ziegler said. Here April 11 many as' a dozen amendments age" continue at the top of the. ...

dent of the Interfraternity Council Fraternities also relieve the Palm Beach proposed to set up, He explained that builder may be necessary. Dirks n also best seller lists. auwcAL cowANI I. -.

told members of the Exchange -University of loads in housing tourist advertising' and regula- plans are geared toward economy The Peace will admin- has called for changes in other A new project excites the 20 N.W:16th Ave. w.. ..
Corps
Clpb yesterday. and food services by pro- tion of hotels, motels and res- rather than design. ister its next placement tests sections of the measure. booksellers. This is an "author- FR 6-2661 .

Barry Benedict said Home- viding homes for 1,000 men and taurants under the same agency, "Try to do something out of in Gainesville on April 11. Before the Senate voted last .., .
activities in particularwere feeding its members 7,378 a seven-member board to be Thursday to take a
coming the bill
the ordinary and it up' ..
may or may The U..s. Civil Service Gas Genie
Com-
named the Florida Tourist Com
hit'hard by the accelerated meals a week. not turn out right when. most of-the speechmaking was says: ..
you mission will give the test in the '
system of year-round university !- The IFC sponsors the two mission. use standard by Southern senators who have .-.-..
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plans. Ziegler Federal Building, room 331, at
Tourist is vowed ..
advertising to an-
operation.On biggest social events of the controlled noted. wage all-out fight .. .
8:30 ajn.The .
the other hand, the trimester year-Spring and Fall Frolics now by the State Development Humphrey, who held the floor It willv' -'
which He explained that builder -
Commission
also
required non-competitive _
-Benedict said. for e.
also has contributedto three hours and 25 minutes
performs a host of other jobs, plans are geared toward econ- Placement Test-which .
includesa
an overall increase in academic A 27th fraternity{ is due to Monday, said the goal of the bill ... .
and the lodging and food estab--omy rather than design. general aptitude test and .
.
achievement, Benedictsaid. join the IFC next fall, Bene- a is simply "to extend to Negro pay you ., .
dict said. lishments are regulated by the "Try to dos some thing out of modern language aptitude test citizens the same rights and I .
opportunities
state hotel commissioner. -takes about and half .
The IFC president was joined Next fall the IFC Greek the ordinary and it may or may one a that white Americans .. .
In ,campaigning turn out hours to complete. Knowledgeof take to r
by the past presidentChar- family will welcome' its 27th !not right when you for granted.
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach a foreign language is not a II
lie Malloy and Bill Cross, member. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity criticized Mayor Haydon Burns' ue standard plans, Ziegler requirement for taking the "TWs bill cannot be attackedon ..

.assistant dean of men and fraternity will be the new member handling of the Jacksonvillerace noted. Placement.Test.. its merits," he said. .
advisor in explainingthe Benedict said. He recommended that 'pros stead, bogeymen and hobgoblins -= -
situation and John Ma-
pective builders consult lend- The test scores are used, have been raised INVESTIGATEnatural
functions of theUF's fra- The discussion was heard thews fired at Dickinson for to. frighten
institutions along with the questionnaireand
ing for a financial well-meaning "
ternity system. during the weekly. ,luncheon what be called "pie in the sky" character references to determine Americans. .
estimate
Benedict said the 2,400 men meeting of the Exchange'Club promises to reduce state spend- on what his income overall for Kuchel, speaking for an hour
qualification
in the, UF's fraternities have at the Primrose Inn. ing. and financial status can under Peace Corps service. and 40 minutes after Humphrey, .. .
write. expressed hope the bill might
He warned builders to be If applicants have not al even be strengthened in some gas .J"

wary of estimates based on ready turned in a Peace Corps respects, declaring that "the ... .
'II Goulart Sticks by Reforms square,foot prices. Questionnaire they should bringit struggle for effective civil rights ........
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A check list recommendedby with them when they take legislation is not a partisan AIRCONDITIONING ...
). Ziegler lincluded galling for the test., -. fight.. It,is an American fight" ,. ",

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil eign money is helping finance- campaign against communism, preliminary floor plans after All applicants must be American Ul1'.rt1H.
(AP) President Joao Goulart he campaign,against him. and his government, Goulart declared cost limitations have been established citizens at least 18 years -

warned opponents Monday nighthe The leftist ,president ,spOkeout !' "I will not permit that ; hold the builder to old.- Married couples may apply -Worry ...

will not modify his reform in a nationwide television the religion of my parents and cost limits or refuse ,to sign if they have no dependents FALSE TEETH CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE Y
program and charged that forThe address which followed criticism my family to be used as a politi

any contract and have the under 18. ,A' college degree ,is I ...,..
of his decision, later reversed .instrument: not required. Slipping or Irritating
plans and project cost firmly
not to punish mutinous i The church has called for a Don't be embarrassed b7100H faL.e ..-.

EaxthIsn't sailors who joined in a Commu :public march in, Rio Thursday. lending estimated institution.for review by the Pianist DiesAMSTERDAM when teeth dipping you=3.dropping talk or or laugh.wobbling Justsprinkle iRjflhIUiIIiCImpgInV
nist-inspired passive rebellion. :A similar demonstration in Sao a ASTMTH on your -

"There is no force capable of!Paulo March,19 brought more Still No Snow remarkable plates. This'eenee pleasant of added powder comfort HTM ...
Static Netherlands and security by balding: plate.more
turning us aside from our program i than 500,000, Catholics into the firmly.No rummy gooey,party tat
237 W. Univ. Ave. Phone FR 26391"Gainesville's
streets, singing and praying fa (AP) Dutch composer -'pianist or feeling lf alkaline (non-acid>!
,Goulart said amid
a
HONOLULU '(AP-Ken Eno- oe t rASTESTH at any drug couater:
,WASHINGTON (AP) -.The i deepening crisis .of economic :,what a leader called defense of Willem .Andriessen, 76, died i -.-
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clerk Waikiki
ki/night at hotel
a
here Monday.
and the lands democratic institutions.
oceans' are rising and political troubles, runaway ,
sinking, but don't panic and I inflation, labor unrest and ,increasing i' Goulart's 'conservative. opponents ,;never has seen snow. Andriessen, who as a soloist ..-
for the hills. I He mentioned this! one day to celebrated for his Finest9n. -
run Communist influence. accuse him of trying to was interpretations .
The;:Coast and Geodetic Survey The social and constitutional 'set up a dictatorship and working Eugene A. Haylett'of Rochester of Chopin and Beethoven 100_ '!eo w. It ....

has reported that oceans reforms Goulart vowed to push out constitutional changesso Minn., who was vacationing wrote two'piano. concertosand .

bordering the: United States have' through Congress would facilitate that he can run lathe presidential Hawaii. Mass. TOM SAWYER ': :: ": M

risen from two to nine inches I land reform, give the vote election in October 1965. Haylett sent a gallon canister : ..
since 1940 while readjustmentsin to 20 million illiterate Brazilians Goulart charges his foes with of snow from Rochester by INCOME, TAX : ,
the earth's crust have caused I IJ. clear the way for legalization plotting to overthrow bun. air mail special delivery.But ; -

a lowering In some coastal of the outlawed Communist Goulart's speech came' on the Enoki ,still hasn't had a GAINESVILLE PACKAGE -=STORE, .....

areas.: I, party and broaden presidential same day the UJS. State De- glimpse of snow. It arrived on BOOKKEEPERS
The=greatest ocean rise, said powers. partment in Washington said he his day. off and had melted .0-

Rear JCdnuH. Arnold Karo, was i Goulart, who has enlisted leftsts das allowed Communists to when he showed up-for work.. 1328 N.W. 6 tit $*. Ft 6-2924 announces .
at Eugene'Island, La., 20 miles nationalists and Commu- make significant gains, that his M

southeast,Along the of Morgan Atlantic City.coast a I. nists claimed in his, reform campaign, I:government to the Communist has moved bloc in closer trade I -...', .., b ..I-..-,

mnim Increase of 5% inches propaganda against When Good Gardeners I. 11 THE"
him is "financed by illicit remittances and, diplomacy, and that the ; < __ .".
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was noted at Sandy over-all situation in Brazil has .
while the record increase along ." by big, foreign companies. steadily deteriorated .
the Pacific Coast was 2 inches S
at SanDiego, Calif., and Seattle, He said money for his foes Get TOgether .
14 -
Wash._ = also is ,coming from foreign' Select your new, .. >4 : \ : :

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national petroleum companies, 3 .
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by tide gauges since 1940 hi. 11111 .H'C'
dishonest merchants, usurious .. .
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have included about 4 inches at SINGERIF e (+4
landlords and ..
big landowners.
Baltimore Md.; 2 at Miami and -
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'iJ !< Nrm fork Wtmt duced evidence that although prices and competitive market The group ,specificallycharged chafes were able to drop out, guilty Monday of.spying for Israel AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO

I By ROBERT SEMPLE I wholesale prices for live beef abuse." .the National Tea Company of the market when cattle and sentenced 11 of them

J in the.stockyards are at'their (National f Food Stores), prices 'were" >hffi, 6>i gtcatfkfromtheuown"feed,tering to death. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND HOME
aides ,cite
"j: WASHINGTON are receiving-lower Cattlemen prices have lowest not'in 15 declined years, retail'Proportion-prices ures The.lseJ1ator's presented[ by the Rocky fig Food Fair':and.Acme with en- lots:'' Included among those sen- OWNERS OF THE ALACHUA AREA

J for beef in the stockyards while ately. Mountain Fanners'' union purporting tering the :cattle feeding busi- This in tur jrercised a ar. tenced to death was Lebanese

,3 housewives are paying relatively to show that between ness. Having,thus "integrated"their ket depressing, influence," '
) :. Protestant minister, Jamil El There Is .now a brand new. modem Kilgore Seed
1 .. high prices in the super The, cattlemen' who testified Dec. 17 ''1962, and March 18, ,retail and feeding:operations and when prices dropped 1 the Karh, who was described in the '

markets. Were more than suspicious 1964, prices paid the producerfor the group charged: ,,,these stores moved' back into' the five-man court's verdict as the Company store In Alachua Florida. The location Is

they explicitly charged the retail live beef on the'Denver I market. group's ringleader.RESTAURANT Just east of the city limits on the north side of High-
THE
This adox lies at the "administered IN THE COURT OF COUNTY
stores with .
j par market, dropped from $29.50 JUDGE, ALACHUA ,COUNTY. ,. FLORIDA .
heart of a little noticed but 441. .
way
l per hundredweight 29% IN RE Estate of
potentially explosive debate cents WARNER HARVEY, FEATURE .
a pound) to $21.50 per '
ANTIBEATLEBARBERS 'Deceued.
now under way in the committee hundredweight (21% cents'pound a To All Creditors and 'Person* Having This store specializes in top-grade products end
of The Claim or Demands AgaInst Said Estate WEDNESDAY .
rooms Congress. -'
). But while wholesale : service in: '
outcome could have important You and tadi ef yov art hereby prompt
prices were dropping by,,more notified and required to.present ,any SOUTHERN
for those who claims and demands which you. or
consequences than 25 per'cent, the group have Pesticides
LONDON (AP-Fedup) with either of you may against the Agricultural Supplies
beef those who sen it, ,
produce said for estate' of WARNER HARVEY. deceased
those who long haired adults,and teenagers ,- average retail prices; late 01'uM County to the Coonty t Herbicides
Applications '
and ultimately choice cuts remained unchanged Judge of Alachua County Florida, FRIED CHICKEN Custom
1 it. with flowing manes,'Brit- .t his office In the court !house of said
consume at 68 ,cents :
a, pound County at Gainesville Florida within Fertilizers Seeds
The debate e, which has ain's barbers voted today to the six calendar first publication months from of this the time notice.of SERVED WITH 2 VEGETAILES, HOT ROLLS AND tUTTER

1 erupted from time to time charge double to customers whco NOTICE OF INTENTION TO. Each REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I
writing and shall state the place of
j 1 without producing significant more than four weeks without itatus.Pursuant notice to Is Section hereby 865 given M Florida that the the residence claimant and and post shall office be address sworn of to ALL YOU Garden Supplies Tools

legislation, has been revived by haircuts. lamldiurdett doingBbusiness-unaderer by the claimant his agent or attorney
,
I and any such claim or demand
Sen. Dale McGee, D-Wyo., whc. "After four weeks;' since the tie firm name of Sudden Service Heat- not so tiled shall be void.
ng and Alr.Condltlong >- Inc. w MARY LOUISE I MCKNIGHTAs I CAN EATLIGGETT
!
is sponsoring a resolution tc with i.W. 3rd Sf, Kilgore Seed Company
last haircut on:most men P.O. Box. 13! Galnes- executrix of the Last Win The

authorize the Federal Trade. 3 full head of hair'it becomes a rifle o register Alachua said County fictitious Florida,name Intends under ,WARNER and Testament HARVEY of 'deceased .. Division of Asgrow Seed Company

Commission to conduct an Investigation ''reshape and the price shoulc \It.he. provisions, of the aforesaid St. First publication, Morris -71. me DRUG STORES .
Clara Floyd Genan .
into the purchasing,! 30 up," a spokesman said. The Dated .t Gainesville Florida. '"* 11 ,West,University Avenue -
JOth
day 01 March, Florida
A.D. Atachua
marketing and pricing practices ,vice for a'haircut now range: JOHN ,*,' BALDWIN. 1'- Attorney Gainesville. for Florida Executrix GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ,
(
I of large chain ,stores. from 49 to 63 cents. (3200) 3:316 4: ; 1.c. 21 (3201) 3:31 4: 7. 14 21 -------

Three days of testimony before -

I, McGee's Senate Commerce IN IN FLORIDA.IN THE AND.COUNTY FOR ALACHUA JUDGE'S COUNTY.COURT. CURTIS MATHES ,does it again!, 23" WALNUT CONSOLE TV

Subcommittee last week proSTATE RE: Estate of
ALMA IMOGENe FENNEU. Complete. ome' Entertainment .Center i
OF FLORIDA NOTICE TO CREDITORS tested and
Florida Development CemmbslM AH creditors of the Estate of ALMA 0 Buy-a
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, IMOGENE FENNEL Deceased. an,
Notice Is hereby given .fca/-tile.Florid hereby notified-MIl required to file am >" proven product
Development Commission has Inspected dalm or demands which they may have, t
a Private Airport-site In Section against said Estate In the Office of the
2 Township South Range II County Judge of Alachua County Ftor dealer
upon application of Messrs S, Y. Ida In the Courthouse at Gainesville + Buy from a -
and A. D. Davtv i.e roadyieiir Apart'_ Florida,,W1b".aIX-(6J"" calendar month '
-
ments, Jacksonville: Fferida.r, from. the date.CIf toe first publlcafioiof A with 25 yearsexperience
Inspection reveals the'slte -to lie suitable this notice. .Each claim or demand
for the purposes mended must be In writing and must state the
Public notice Is hereby given-'that 0 '' residence and post office ad
Private Airport site approval' will "a. the claimant';and .,must tx
be Issued on or after April 10. 14., sworn to by the claimant.. his agent. 01 _I : A$... l 3
unless prior to AprIL.10. 17M, cause Is his attorney,'or IT wt0 become void. according : o Get more for your
shown In writing Ito 'this Commission to law. V ? i
why such permit should not be. grant- /sMyrtle' F. Waldo' St Admin tiR hard earned dollars
I edSY ', Istratrix: of the Estate of MM i '
AUTHORITY' a M
OF Florida Development
IMOGENE FENNEL Deceased..:
I Commission&.27tIt. day. (314SJ*10U'17,.34 XI., caw ..
Of March. A.D. 1964
3
WENDELL JARRARD, : rI

ATTEST Chairman: .:: I G .EXPERIENCED 3 a .o Kimkode TV picture -

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IN THE COURT OF., THE _COUNTY, Adding
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI ..
DA, IN PROBATE.IN .
RE: ESTATE OF'.ames Hand Wired
Wesley Wllllngham" : ; Machines -
Deceased.
To All creditors and Persons Having
Claims: or Demands Against Said_Estate and o Power transformer -

You and each of YOU.arr.twreby roll
red and required to present any claims CalculatorsALL (
and demands which you or either of
you. may have against the estate of
James Wesley Wllllngham. deceased FAMOUS NAMES: 30-incheswide,
late of said County.to the County Judgeof : EIm I TheGreensbo:
Alachua County. Florida, at his of.
flee In the court house of said Countyat BURROUGHS 29/2-incheshigh!
Gainesville. Florida within six calen- VICTOR I.C III :
dar months from the time of the. REMINGTON
publication of this notice. Each claim 1 CURTIS MATHES
demand shall 'be In writing, and shall NATIONAL
:rat the place, of residence and post I ADDO-X i CUllS IATREs'ttOiied
Vflce address of the claimant, and e> SMITH-CORONA 23,000 volt television
shall be sworn to by the claimant his
agent his attorney and any such claimor Ii EVEREST walnut'
demand not so filed shall be void. CLARY > I
Caroline H. Willingham ODHNER AM/FM radio $10000
As executrix of the Last Will and $ 95
Testament of James Wesley Willing- REGNA 23-inch 23,000
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First publication March 17,1944 MARCHANT speaker stereo
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Every 'One Completely Reconditioned : Oiled walnut cabinet .
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All creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORS Estate of WIL REDUCEDOR and picture tube tube IUUII&h9
LIAM G. COWPERTHWAITE. Deceased .
are hereby notified and required to file MORE i w/t. w. J't.
any claim or demands which they may i .
have agabnt said Estate In the Officeof OFF Reg. i
the County Judge of Alachua County. 2 I
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Florida, within six (6) calendar BUY OR LAY-AWAY NOW
months from the date of the first publication ,
of this notice. Each claim or demand ALL GUARANTEED 100%
must be In writing and must -30( Days FOR MOTHER'S DAY! '
state the place of residence and post
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I IFLORIDA'S
Associated"Press' Sports Write

r'f r.f
In the camp of the Detroi
the basketball tourney action in Florida last month
Tigers there is.an acute awareness '"
and early in March, there have been several comments and that the team's- fortune

letters in this space, pro and con regarding classification 1 may,rest heavily on the comeback

system used in Florida play. of pitcher Frank Lary. th<

famed,Yankee-slayer who finally
school basketball fans in the will be interested in
High area th..
blunted his sword against :
a letter from a former Gainesville resident, Guerry McClellan, perennial American Leagui SPORTS

DOW,residing in Urbana, BL champioat.


"Dear Joe: And, with every outing, Lar,.
I was interested in your recent columns dealing with the thi
;ems to be. regaining
problems of over-classification of high school state basketball Tuesday, March 31, 1964Lassman
that mad
RON CREASE OUT AT FIRST sharp, crisp form <
tournaments. Having previously been a resident of good old: ,State'.First, Baseman Unser Makes Play him a 23-game .winner.in 1961

The veteran right-hander, woo I Bs eM
IL .
win b 33 before the season]L

Gators Seek Salvage opens, pitched six strong Innings
:
: ( Monday> and lowered hiearned : Goes

run average to an eye-
opening ''U9 by allowing only

Against State Today; two hits and one-run as the Tigers

... whipped Cincinnati 6-3 in Before Group ::':

an exhibition game
Florida and Mississippi State the trick. 1 third that tied'the game at M More Innings _

were to wind up their two-game State scored in the second inning came when starting pitcher Lary now has worked more innings

Gainesville and ,attending ,the games of many tournamentsand baseball series at 3 pan. todayat on a long' inside the park walked went to In spring training than In Ring Probe
Danny Eggart ,
wondering what the outcome would have been in an un- ,Perry Field.with the Gators home run by first baseman Del any other, Tiger pitcher and the :
classified tournament I thought the following information second on an infield out and .
Three -
trying,to recover, from yesterday's Unser. more runs came in word from Manager Chuck -
"
would be of interest to you. the sixth Florida committed scored on an error. The second Dressen is: WASHINGTON AP Edward ..
lopsided loss to the Bull- es : ( ) quiry Is to determine If the
know .the Illinois' basketball seven errors in the fray. run in the eighth: came on a Tjssman president of the Clay-Liston fight points to
As,you may or may not state' walk to Ron Creese, infield out "From what I can see so far ; a
tournament 'was completed last weekend and is completely dogs.Mississippi State starter Doug Hutton, the and'infield single by,Tom Shannon there' is nothing wrong with World
unclassified. There are 735 teams which participate in a series ;State combined,a basketball guard and,his relief, which Creese scored him," before. the Senate antitrust ,, lag under tight federal policing..

district, regional sectional,. super-sectional and finally ,the flock of Gator errors and walks Frank Chambers limited, .the from on second.. and monopoly subcommittee Heard Enough :

'state 'tournament here in Champaign-Urbana 'with the eightsurvivors with timely hitting to down,the Gators to two hits. Hutton was : Lary; meanwhile, remains today' 'as the probe of 1 the .' Chairman Philip A. Hart, D-I

of this grind. UF, 10-2,yesterday The defeat walking a h a If dozen before l After, \today's :encounter with cautious. Clay-Liston championship fight t Mich., says the subcommittee
snapped a 'six-game Gator win State the Gators win the draws to a close.
relieved : goon
being including threein already has heard !
enough
In this select group was a team known as the.Cobden Apple- The; arm-seems all right, o
knocker from extreme southern Illinois.,This:town has a total streak and dropped the UF's a row with two outs in the road Friday and Saturday for a he,said recently.:"Sure, I wish Lassman's appearance Is an. mysterious.money deals and of

population 900 and the high school has an enrollment of 147. mark to 8-3 for the season. State seventh but, escaped trouble. pair of important SEC games at I[ could forget the,last two years opportunity to solve a puzzler: possible underworld involvement -

Nevertheless,' this team not Only made ,it to the tournament now is,8-2. Florida's first run in the Auburn. but_a.lot of guys:have'run_into what were his reasons for sug in the staging of the Jbout;

bat made it to the championship game after eliminating the Fortunately,:the 'game did not the same problem..This is something gesting the association ,strip sn..that.'Lee've got the momentum" -

previous' favorite Decatur count in Eastern'Division base- I.have to work out for my- Cassius Clay of.the heavyweight to pass legislation. ;
>aU;standings..Florida is 5-0 to Azalea Golf Win self." 'title and bar Sonny IJston.fromj Sam Margolis, acknowledging;

Pekin won the state championship by five points (50-4S'thus' 3-1 for Auburn in that SEC 'another:crack at it? And why a highly 'profitable friendship;

bursting.the balloon of the sentimental' favorites,at, the .very race. While Lary was turning in a did withdraw the suggestion? with Listen and an association;

end. might mention that en'route to this victory, Pekin shot The Bulldogs broke open yes- strong: performance; Gary Peters The stated reason for the in- with 'underworld figures Frank-

a torrid .700 in the first half. Cobden staged a major come- terday's game with five runs'inhe Spurs Besselink of the Chicago White Sox Carbo- and Frank (Blinky) Pa-;

back in the second half and whittled down a 14-point lead to ,fourth inning'to'.snap a 1-1 came through with his best effort lermo, swore Monday the fight"absolutely" -
during the last half. -- .. of the spring.'Peters,'American *
only,one point tie. Four UF errors,'a walk, hit Len Wilkens was not fixed. He
batter and four State did By KEN ALYTAWILMING'f9N ond-round 65. But, a great :par League Rookie'of the Year denied heatedly that he was:

Small School, Big BoysIt singles N.C. (.AP) four on the final hole saved him in '-1963, pitched one-hit ban in lifts Hawks "fronting" for Carbo and Paler
his six-inning workout as the
mo when he secretly obtained
:
is-only fair to acknowledge that Cobden'had three starters' "I should be a great player the $2,700 top money and nosed White Sox defeated: St. Louis 21. without, paying a cent, onehalfof : .

6-5 and one 6-6 starter. The first five had two brothers and two Miss. from now on. I've got every out Lionel Hebert Past LakersST. LIston's stock In Intercorili-
State cab r h Florida at r k Extra Innings
cousins (not related to the brothers) and one outsider on it A Nichols, d 421 Creese 2b 210 shot ,there' is. I have a good "Confidence" nental Promotions Inc., whichr
Meadows u 21 1 Duncan, If 401 and Elsewhere, three games were
hit
pretty tight-knit group, I'd say. Gottln. rf 5 0 3 Zabala 100 swing now good drives "This should give me confi decided in extra-innings. Ty I LOUIS (AP) Little Len had also secretly paid Clay 50.*
Brogan If S 0 0 Trammel! cf 2 0 0 good iron shots and I'm putting
Thin group made its way from the district tournaments i right Wlllcutt, 2b 521 b-Wilaon. cf 000 well. dence. Winning here could mean Cline's 10th inning triple with: Wilkens caught the Los Angeles 000 for the right to promote his;
Unser ib 513 Blomgren 400 ...
u op; :to.the so-called Elite,Eight This little school accomplished Smith c, /1 0 Shannon, Ib 301 'The speaker was Al Besselink, $25,000 for me, he added, referring two.men on carried Milwaukee, Lakers looking the wrong wayas next bout .

as much and more than a high school with an,enrollment of Jones Hutton..35 p 3 321 01 Mntgomry Porter c 3b 200 300 shortly after he slipped home a to'fringe benefits a cir- to a 4-1 victory ,over Kansas he boosted the St. Louis Robert Nilon, executive vice:.

more than 4,000 (Evanston) did In the same toarnament.andhad Chambers p 10 0 Atorcroft.Eogart ss 300 010 one-stroke winner of the $20OOC cuit victory brings. City, Willie Davis doubled home I Hawks into the final playoff of president of Intercontinental,

to play,more games Just to get a chance. a-Pendiey 1 0 0 Azalea Open golf ,tournament Besselink had rounds of 70-65-- the clincher in the 12th \as the the National Basketball Assoclation's whose brother Jack Nilon'wu
Elliott. p 200 Liston's unliste d
A-flrounded out for Eggart fci 5th. Monday. It was the first .tour 72-75 to finish six under par-for Los Angeles Dodgers edged,the Western Division. manager-
The"AppWmockew didn't win it but it wasn't because the l-walked for Trammel! In Ith. c- New York, Mets 7-6 and 'Baltimore swore that even he didn't knoW:
Wed out for victory in almost four trips .around the 6,744-yard The Lakers had their.
Duncan In '"
seven years
crowd at didn't them as the I I10th' eyesonBob that Listen had to
16,000-plus support agreed
every game Miss. State ........ 01050300 1-10 struck for nine runs in the SUTT
sentimental favorites. I wrote this letter to add support to the Florida 001000010-2 for 39-year-old husky Mer- Cape Fear Country Club course. Pettit, Cliff Hagan'and render half his purse for the

unclassified tournament in which A (one) state champion is E-Eogart 2. Trammel, Jones.! Montgomery RBI-Meadows X, Duncan Gat- chantville; N. J., blond"who returned -His total matched the tournament .145. and walloped Washington Richie Guerin, the top, point- bout to Jack Nilon, until this
like all In X Bragan. Unser 2, Hutton Shannon. to the tournament trail high, turned in by three makers for the Hawks. But Wil-
crowned. Also, I think that a team Cobden deserves UOB-State 0. Florida ,. PO-A-State 27- three In other games, Jim Hart hit was disclosed in, the hearings."Incongruous" .
after Philadelphia
winners
0 Florida 11.7. years as a. previous since the'1949 ,
the credit it receives. HR-Unser. DP-Meadows kens, the smallest man on the
in San Francisco's
three homer -
to Wlllcutt to Unser. SaTl'llnm.I! club inaugural a -rim
area '
Meadows Gatlln. S-JMeadows. pro. court at 6-foot-l inch, knifed In- He Insisted he saw nothing"incongruous"
of Cleveland
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10-2
Still enjoy reading those columns you write and'as an alumnus Brecon If 500 I A triple bogey seven on the walloping
of the U of F, I agree that the football team should play at Hutton (W-. 2-0) i,710157 r er h s* bb next to last hole, where he put Playing 18 holes In Monday's rookie Tony Horton hit a and-out among the Giants for 30 in the fact that

borne.in Gainesville. Hope that the Gators can'get up enough Chambers .. ...... 211134Eggart his tee shot out of bounds, al- weather was ,punishing." Shortly ninth inning homer,for Boston's points that led to a 12M08 via no medical consultation was Involved -
(U 3-1) S 1 0 4 3 2 after dawn a cold wave 'struck ,the Chicago Cubs, tory,Monday night. when LIston refused to
8-7
edge over
steam to hold the Tllini in their future encounters. Elliott 443443HBP : most cost him the tournament
-Smith (Eggart). 'U-Butts,&, Belbade. which he had led since town and ,temperatures plungedto Jimmie ,Hall.and ,Earl Battey The Hawks now travel to San answer the bell for the seventh
Sincerely yours, .__T-j.n. A-ua ___ a sec- 37 degrees when play began. homered in Minnesota's 7-3 tri- Francisco Wednesday for the round of the Feb. 2S fight, there-

Guerry H. McClellan The wind howled an day at from umph over Pittsburgh and_ the of a best-of-seven series by losing the title to Clay.
'. ; :: .... 300 S. Goodwin Bauer Picks 25 to 39 miles an hour., New 'York Yankees defeatedPhiladelphia i opener against the division-champfon Hart and S. Jerry Cohen, sub-

Urbana, Illinois 4-2 with Pedro Gonzalez committee counsel, suggested
"When I saw the conditions, I .Warriors. Listen seemed to have a lot of
Since the tournament committee of the Florida High School realized that nobody could beat collecting a shut homer.Houston's 'Oklahoma Cincinnati and Boston ;clash: "aides" not publicly listed who
out
Activities Association will continue to study the classification par out there and decided to ; Colts tonight in Boston in the first were putting the bite heavily onus

problem In Florida is hoped that McCl an's views.will,be Yanks Again play for pars, treating each hole : City of' the Pacific called Coast game; of the Eastern Division earnings. They noted that

passed along..Incidentally, state champion' Pekin i* a.town of individually Besselink related, after League six 54)innings): in a because game of cold final. playoff. -iso i.:ted testified In 1960 that

about 25000.; I 'Pettit didn't have a bad night le'could not read or write.
Detroit
:MIAMI (AP) Blunt-spoken pennant but we've got to have and edged.Cincinnat1'43in he and nabbed 'Nikons have testified that
as hit 23 points The
i
Although the Sunshine State may not be ready for single Ga a B team game
classification play at this date, it would'seem that a merger,of Hank' Bauer, showing more I good years from Brooks ors Rip 2O.reboundsHagannotcbec1:29.markers: : : he sWet promotional dealswere

Class'AA and A into one unit and Class B and C into another, courage than tact, picks the son at third, Jerry Adair Robin-I -. and Guerin 19. But Wil- violations of World Boxing ,
Jew'York Yankees to repeat as ond and Jackie Brandt cen- kens the man' of the hOur. Association rules. But they said
would be a start in the.right direction. In any event a fifth ,Duke 8 1 : was
classification AAA is something that Florida high school basketball American League champions. ter..We've also got to get a good ; I ExhibitionStandings 'The:Haw.ks surged from; 56- : ha jeagerness of states and cit

needs,like the weather that showed up today.It Moreoever, he selects' his own year ,out of our right fielder, 56 halftime deadlock*to:a72-63 ::1 6Cf or the'prestige and profits

leaves us cold! Baltimore club I to, finish, third whether he's Sam' Bowens or In Tennis spread .that grew to ,12 at the 'Involved in playing host to a

with the Minnesota_ Twins in Willie Kirkland. start:of ,the*rma..peri
second place."I Florida scored 8-1 tennis Lakers never came close again. "
Here's how Beuar picked the an db much'about imposing meaningful -
Widow Wins know there'll I be repercussions NATIONAL,;, LEAGUe Elgin Baylor paced the
I order of finish: win over Duke yesterday at'tbeOF W L Pct jsanctions. against violator
," said the dauntless Oriole 1. New York. 2. Minnesota. 3. varsity courts to boost its San Francisco 11 la 3.7M JJOOMilwaukee Lakers ,with:28: points,. ,butit -

l manager. "But I'm just being, Baltimore 4. Chicago. 5. Detroit record to M for the season. St. Louis 10 4..714Ittsbvrgh took him 32 'shots to hit his 11 Hart said he did not plan to

Rich Double honest 'about. .It r suppose I 6. ,Cleveland. 7. Boston. 8. The Gators were to meet Chicago 10 t *S 425 M3 field goals. 'Jerry'West ''had'25markers 'call either Listen or Clay as

"could rose-color 'my way Los Angeles. 9. Kansas City. 10. Amherst today ,m 'a match Lea Houston Angeles i *4J71 JOO .despite a 'hampering 'I witnesses because he considers
through the but that, 0,447 fifth, personal foul 'midway "the
i season Washington.The starting at 1:30 pjn.. Phliadelphb, i 7 Mtf record ample" to guide
wouldn't be me.I I've always New.York I ..IiiBanbnors through the third quarter. ,i Congress.. -
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) '- Marion day was yesterday, March 29, first-year pilot of the AMERICAN ,LEAGue .
called Against the Blue Devils "the
a spade spade. ,
Orioles 7-6J
W ,Jones of, Washington D.C. and it's cold called the Indians the ,
at home, and won The hard-bitten ex-Marine Gators won all six singles New York 75.467
'
; ,
sleeper club, the Tigers the Minnesota 6 1.462
visited a racetrack Monday for on Romoquffl, $15. 0, in the never one to', mince words, matches and two of the doubles. Detroit 7 9 430 Jack
the first time, in 20 years, bet most improved but reserved the Washington a s ,m on
Bill Florida's No. 1
ninth on the theory "my,daughter added: Tym play.er'was Cleveland a .- GOLFw
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for the
highest Twins.
$2 on four hunches in the Gulf- praise forced into_ a three-set Chicago S f JS7 Nickl.u.
is studying Roman historyin "Every club in our league is Los Angeles S 10 .333
"The reason I the
stream Park twin double and picked match to Duke's star .
top Jerry. Boston 4 13 .316
81181.80 second largest school"The confronted with ifs except the Twins ahead of us is because Mattson.- Kansas City game/ 11 .247 ?h 64c4fAgrtes '
won ,
Standings Include only between
payoff in American racing his largest payoff'In history Yankees. They're set at: every I they've got a real good",hitting Results: major league teams minor and do not Include MY A/fOR Na 16,'f90 YI. J PAR ..9t
position. And"thej've got the games against league teams orV
j team, maybe the best in the seam-
games
tory. -484,11120-went to two Miami '
strongest bench SINGLES -Tvm defeated HIP9 t.xAtlonrWlid.

The dark-haired widow said Beach cooks on'March 5. Just "Several ." I league. Mattson, 4-6,6-3,6-1, ; Dave B n- .Detroit,YESTERDAY'S t, Cincinnati 3 RESULTS pEfggMINE THE .,
OF SNOT 10 6EPLAYEPP
she ."didn't even know what a 11 days ago three"Canadians "rye'got a good team, too,: ner ,defeated Jim 'Cheek, 6-1, Houston cold. S. Okla. City_ PCL.1_ 4 Innings. -rvP6 fF Tel( = Ft.A&'p .

twin double was" until Monday .won'$77,040.60 at Gulfstream on I butTve got several ifs. It's' Wave Seeks 6-2; Steve Gardner: 'defeated Los Angeles N 7, New York N 4 12 Inn, ,.' )5 Ool -1J.{ L.EFI ORY' tIIJWt..6 '

and "wouldn't have come to the the twin double. highly.possible could'win the Ken McCulloagh, 7-5. 6-2;.Jerry Milwaukee Ings 4, Kansas City 1 10 Innings 6'WE.4DRAWIt wIw CURtIN$ '
t Pfeiffer defeated Doug Jones, 6- New York A 4. Philadelphia 2 t0MEidOLE. +
races an except friend gotr a, Chicago A 2. Louis'11 ;
Fourth Win 4, 6-3; Don Losman,' defeated Barton S. O ao N 7 stir. AVOP, "E'J r6INCb i :
r ,me from the swimming San Francisco 10. Cleveland 9 THE EANKED !
away
Switch Nat Broker, ft6. U, ,6 b;. Vic B&tbnor14.' Washington S 10 ,InningsTOMORROW CQ.t1'OUR OF-ME GggEN .
i f pool ,Major Leaguers ? GAMES,, "0-16 BAIL
con-L.'fOP"
Stone defeated,Tony Craver, 6- if t
P K. Yonge was to seek its Ondmatt vs. New York N -roo QCJCJ<1..Y.. .
She aidjher.escort.gave her I fourth straight baseball win today 0, 6-2. Milwaukee Los Angeles,vs.N x-Chicago vs.; Minnesota A WJ11.f u S PSJJ t3AUC,
To BaseVOWL DOUBLES Banner .-Gardner Philadelphia vas St. Louis, '' AND CEI 1' S'L1. t'
$20 to spend Jfor fun" and she TonightTAMPA I in a' game with Santa Fe defeated Matton Cherie, Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore trRAlGHt" HotAND rrlfl .
t L would give him $25,000 of her at the Blue Wave diamond. Chicago N va. Boston. SHO ID a..e. !
., San. Fran 6-0, 6-1; McCoHough Jones vs. Angeles A NJ UPl-tJL.1 PU1"-r. ,
winnings' 'enere'are lots of a I Game time t'at x-Chicago- vs.'
4 Washington
was WAY
p.m.me PLAYING t1"rn I
D defeated Pfeiffer Ron Reb-
( ) New York A Detroit ,
(
AP-Eighty: major loses vs. l
Each of the
things'I tin do with the rest, member 10- Wave toppled the,Rebels x-Otfcaeo A ,using divided squad. (.A51 YEAR ENA9LWM
; huh Stone-Ed Da- '
baseball and officials 64,363; i
league players 'COR6'fllE
man,teams will roll oDe frame. M>
she added:One, thing she's going will in an earlier meeting,thanks to Vis defeated. Graver* -: Boger Z 4'ycc' BIRDIE "f1..tA1", MO91'
get a profitable respite
to do'is extend her Florida from The match will be taped (by a late big inning. Greenwood, 62. Concrete Ltgt:1.Y I WON 11-te' 11M
to
spring training ; NBC) for 'a natk3eaBy4ekvisedsports rF ;
.I .1 vacation'ihrough: weekend. night at a Tampa bowling aDe,. special,next S lrday.- 'I Robert Stearns was to hurl today ,k 7

,She_had planned to go home They' Win take- part in the The National Le8pe'team includes for PKY with Greg,Blount PKY' Vies -,-*., '.1 Wins 151Denny .. 1'ib:

f ; 'Wednesday.Vacationing.' third annual Major League -,Duke, Snider,' Jim likely to pitch for Santa Fe. :;';;;S.-;: ..,. -

t I: ..with her 'daughter -BasebaD-BowliDg aw&piIIasbip, O'TooleFrank- Robinson,Ernie' Starting for PKY will be Tom < : Concrete,beat 'Citizens
In Track :
which wiH have added .' Hansen first base Dennison rt I
Danny
as an ; -
I. I 11,.Mrs.-Jones said-she bet Broglio, Nellie Fox,. Cmt rims! bank 15-I and Sperry from .
attraction :a NationaI-AmericaD mons, Art Mahaffey, Frank Boiling third base;"Stearns Cy Florida National .Bank :16-14 in
r' ; By Jeep, $2130, in the fifth race BRANFORD P. K.'Yoage 1v
I League,. AltStar basebowl. game. and 'George"AttmaiL:.The! tact right field;.George Solley, overtime,in Cadet cafe gases
because "I have a younger r Santa Fe and Branford Will meet
i t; ,brother with the, nickname In the'maIn eventthe 10 American ;Leaguers'are",: .Norm 1 shortstop; Rusty, Marcus, in t WaagBsar:track'eveat,.at at the:Boys'Clob.: : '- -
baseball bowlers be
** win rolling Cash, Jerry .Lampe,.-Wayne catcher; John Weigman....center L dieg'scorersJerry Dowdy
She chose 6 pja. today on the asphalt oval
: 'Jeep Challenge for .. in, cash prizes. Lee '
Causey,' Chock Hiaftetv Floyd field; R Ie k'aglow, second here ,_ Demy; 14; Fred Pace Spec
- in the sixth because
Ship, $1160 who 194
posted pitching .
'. ,,"I entered: the real estate busi- Stange-record'with' the a Minnesota Robinson, Stange,.'Jim'> Gentile- ,' base;,. and- Ronnie Rodgers, left. The host;.Bocs, .and she :invading ry, six; Marty Misner 'Baak-
:
d Ron
Harmon Kfflebrew aD field. : mev Joe LaBeDe ;Cew
Blue Wave fosGanines. eight;
Bess In October and it was a Twins last season, is the defending -
\i ,,real challenge." bowling champion. Ham c I Hansen is hitting .500, Dens vffle are expected:, to.wage-a boys .eight; Dennis. Underwood:

js I r The all-star match win offer The: Mw 'ahber -.of each niacin, .460; Marcus J86; and keen battle for beeers. Both, Patriots, six; Donate 1 Pelt, ( .y.at r .
.\ I L..e bet-March How $MJO Stearns :.273 to 'the bat de- have track. :this QItt ,\ 10; f Hal. ,Tngman,
***ttHfife "flBfthAP**alrf '*fhfi te11f.be named j u 4 before top stroag, .. peep, ; :, ..
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!1i:t I : 12 Athletes Will Receive Premature Gold Medals. :' fm I



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let New York Times When this observer watched the teams from the Soviet .a round ban. Their instinct and habit is to kick It American But there Is no need for concern. The source of supply fa-

By ARTHU RDALEY Union, Yugoslavia, Brazil, Italy and other of the stronger boys would dribble it with their hands and, if there was a bas- this country is bottomless. Almost .certain to be picked are,. !

NEW YORK Twelve young men will be handed the equiv- basketball powers during the Rome Olympics four years ago, ket handy, climax the dribbling with a jump shot at,the hoop. such All-America: collegians_ I> _as Walt Hazzard of U.C.L.A., Bill '
Talent of Olympic gold medals this weekend. They will have to he was surprised to find them so skillful They did everything '
The first ,Orympw basketball competition this reporter ever Bradley of Princeton, Wally Jones of Villanova, Cassio Russellof
1 wait six months to collect them but that is of little consequence. almost 'as slickly'as the Americans except for one all-im
S I No other athletes representing the United States in the Olympic portant item.They ,saw was at Berlin in 1938. Two Amateur Athletic Union teams Michigan Lucius Jackson' of Pan American and others of r)

Games at Tokyo next,October wfl,Ihave the same built-in the Phillips Oilers and Hollywood Universal, took turns In demolishing the extra-ordinary crop of collegians and post-collegians.
of successful of their missions this just caD't'mike the shots the way we can said Pete
guarantees completion as the with ridiculous The time
opposition ease. only
Is
Newell the coach of the American forces. "They handle the The candldates will be divided into eight all-star teams and

lucky and enormously talented dozen. ball as well they maneuver as well, they dribble as well but either was pressed was in practice games when they performed it will not be an elimination tournament but more of a round, N i
the,lads who will dazzle the rest of the world in
i These are they still can't pop the ball through the hoop the way our kids against each other. robin of sorts. In effect, it will be a display case for individual-
the basketball tournament. Their identities will be
Olympic
F can." talents with the team also becoming an allstargroup.
determined after ,a three-day tryout competition on Thursday But the gap has narrowed tremendously. The Americans no Olympic I

J Friday and Saturday at St. John's University gymnas- And that's still the name of the game. American boys cut longer can laugh their way to victor Nowadays they have to

t ium here. selection. committee will pick the dandy dozen their eyeteeth on'basketballs. Almost from infancy they shootat work.for it even though their closest match in 1960 was a Si- "The early games will worry me most." said Newell before,

) (plus six alternates) from 96 available who not only are the baskets attached to barn doors or to poles in the backyard. point margin, over the Soviet Union. Perhaps, have for- the Rome Olympics began. "Once we get to the final round, '
best amateur roundbaU performers in the country but prob- They shoot in playgrounds and school gymnasiums.! They develop gotten who was on that team. you the squad will have played together sufficiently to develop

ably in the universe.A their shot-making to a fantastic degree, especially the teamwork. At present, though, we're still ragged." He need

guy isn't being swept away by chauvinism when he states unstoppable jumper, until the shots come in a natural, unstud- Among the gold-medal winners in 1960 were such as Oscar not have worried. Before the first game was over these boys'

that America produces the most gifted practioners of the ied flow. When foreigners shoot at the hoop it seems like a Robertson, Jerry Lucas, Walt Bellamy, Terry Dischinger and looked as though they'd played together all their lives. ,

dribble dives=')IJ. He is merely being realistic. The United conscious effort. Jerry West, all now superstars in the professional National Whoever makes the team can be certain of the fact that he

f States has never lost in Olympic competition over the years Perhaps soccer is partially to blame. That's not as'farfetched Basketball Association. So this will be an entirely new squad, has assured himsilf of an Olympic gold medal. Presentation t

i i and the superiority is so manifest that it is absolutely safe to an idea as it might seem. Anyone traveling through Europe a development which should have eye-popping import to the ceremonies, however, will not take place until October in

assume that such superiority will be continued. finds himself jolted slightly when he sees a group of boys with holdovers from the rest of the world.




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YORK (AP) -.Four and John McLendon of Kentucky pionsbips and two from the k NEW YORK (AP) Oscar Players named to the first

prominent college basketball I State. Armed Forces. Robertson, who leads his Cincinnati I team get a $200 bonus and thoseon

1 coaches come to town today to They'll direct the four all-star All-American teammates against Boston the second squad $100. ,
tonight in the NBA Eastern Di-
handle the kind of,teams every college teams-three from, the The college squads Include vision playoffs, heads a famil
National Collegiate A-A. and one DoubleheaderSlated
coach dreams about-each with most of the past season's All- iar-looking band of league al-
from the National Association of
America and Little All-America
the frustrating knowledge that wY stars for 19&L
he:can't win. Intercollegiate Athletics-in the selections, six members of the 'Today ..
Olympic tryouts on the SL UCLA squad and the tallest andmosttalented M The team, selected by the vote

The coaches are John Wooden John's University court, Thurs college players ..:: of sports writers in the 'NBA BRONSON Riverland Conference '

t k of UCLA's national' champion day. Oother teams in the,three- from every sector. The NAIA s.Pagw. ,. k.. cities and announced Monday, softball twin bill is on''

team; Amory (Slats), Gill, whois day session are'two ,all-star squad represents smaller colleges has four holdovers from the tap today.

retiring as Oregon/State squads picked from last,)week' but 1963 team and is composed of
'' : physically just as feu .: b 'C f., ':4 R .2. the same five men who made Cedar Key,is to play Bronson ...
coach; Jack Gardner of Utah, Amateur Athletic Union,,cham- big as of the others. h .,y>. . any i "
> .
in the
k 'S .or L s the 1962 squad.Rcbertson first game ,with. Bell,

: The college teams win be meeting the Eagles in the night

Bolin > playing under unfamiliar rules, the only unani- cap. First contest is set.at'l:3fc .
Firing mous selection, is joined on the f
; I which probably won't handicap ,
,, first team' by Wilt Chamberlainof pjn.The >
them'much. The big differencesare' ( San Francisco,. Bob Pettit of Western Division winneris

the angled foul lanes,I f v St., Louis and Elgin Baylor and to play the Eastern Division,_ ::
"2)) Dark Smiling spreading 19 feet at the end Jerry West of Los Angeles. champion at 7:30: pjn.-Thursday! '
line, and the international ball, at Hawthorne. .oy.

which is a little heavier and Only Chamberlain failed 'to .

PHOENIX, Ariz. (CAP-) Bob better still he walked only threeto harder to control than the _. S make the ,first team' last.year. .

Bolin joins the list of, reasons indicate his control has ''im- American ball.. It's Derby TimeGene The second team is composedof DEEP SEA

Alvin Dark smiles more this proved. three Boston Celtics Bill
spring. The day before,Bob Shaw had The NCAA squads have I McCallam, clinic director for the July 18 Gainesville Jaycee Tropical Russell, Tom Heinshon and John

given a solid pitching performance. played a couple of exhibitions Pontiac Derby, discusses building a soapbox;racer with Buddy Dreblow at the Havlicek along with Jerry FISHINGFrom

The fireballing right-hander And rookies Jim Hart and during the ,past week, but first clinic meeting last week. Clinics will ,be held three times a week at the Lucas'of Cincinati and Hal I

hurled six innings Monday as Jesus Alou continued to displaythe there'll be little time for prac- Boys' Club beginning Friday. All prospective race participants are invited to Greer of Philadelphia.Pettit .

the Giants, as usual, whipped potential of major' league tice as units under the different attend. made the first team for '
Cleveland. This time the score performers. conditions.So Steinhcrtchee, Fla. ,
the 10th consecutive
year,,
was triumph 10-2 without and marked defeat the for seven Man- Pitching and the play of those why can't anyone win? Petzold's 608 equaling the league record for onThe ,
two rookies are the big unanswered Series
selections help by the now retired 1
ager Dark's troops over the In- San Well, when the three-day ses \
questions for .
Bob Cousy of Boston. It
dians. sion is over the U.s. Olympic
'
Francisco. was the sixth first-team'' berth WINNER
Basketball Committee and Hank
Bolin gave up just one hit andre Hart, counted on as the third Tops Commercial > Loopwomen for,Baylor, the fourth for' both I
Iba of Oklahoma the
State
baseman walloped his first Chamberlain'and Robertson and 65' Feet Long ,

homer as a Giant in Monday's Olympic coach, can pick just 18 the:third; for WestStarke 18 Feet Wide w

gamej! His first-inning clout men from the whole group. The Max Petzold Duke L u m b er with '478 and Judy Nachtrieb. 5-8-10;, and.Boyce J

I 1- against Gordon SeYfried scored final Olympic squad will consistof Company, led the CommercIal Brown, Busch, had a 464. Bruce Crow,_ 57. Coast Guard Inspected I

..- Willie Mays and Willie McCovey' 12 regulars and six alternatesand League at Palm Lanes las t Purdy, University City Bank, Vs. Lounge room Cr
rI'i ahead of him. team results 'won't mean night with a 608 series. Pet- had a 210 high game." L. Hesch topped the S p e fry Snack bar

i He finished the day with a .345 much in the selections.The zold rolled 186199223. Busch Bavarian topped teams Second Shift with a 565 on 167- Leaves Taylor's Dockat

d.,J average for the spring and Alou I program calls for each with a 1987 series and Moose 151.247 with the latter game Lake CitySTARKE 7:30 a.m.
1 ran his consecutive-game hitting team to play three times. Frank Gago, Walt's Esso had a 714 single game high. high single. C. Buck had 564 and Returns 5 to 6 p.m.

streak to an'even dozen! 'Service, had a 578, >Joe Som- Splits were made by Bea W. Sneed 554. i

with a single. His one-for-four mese, Bank of Hawthorne, 574; Shaw, 4-10; Delia Crowe, 6-7-10; Splitters had a'1588 set and a The Bradford Co.

1 performance left his average at QuaZifyillgThursday and Hal Betz, Wise's DrugStore Bruce Purdy, 47.10; Harvey 552 high game. Hesch made the Tornadoes were to ,make an.
a fiat .395. 574. Frank Palka,'Bank cf 6-7-10 split and Dennis'the 510. other ,try today for a Florida $5.00 per person

Bolin gave up ,a first-innin Hawthorne, had a 237 single' Star Conference baseball win in $1.00 for Rod & Reel

run to the Indians at ,Phoenix game high.Budweiser. UF cosTake Williston V. a home game with Lake City. .J<

Municipal Stadium and he truly 925-1056- The contest was to start at 1:30
it. Dick Howser drew ;a At KeystoneKEYSTONE I registered Trips open to individuals!
WinFlorida's
gave 971 -2952.; The middle game pjn. Sat. Sun. and I
"TRY Trips 'StarsWILLISTON HolidaysFor
walk, stole second, was wile the best. ,OJ.'
was night's
Starke lost to ,St.
KING pitched to third and scored on HEIGHTS- Augustinelast .
I Leon Wagner's sacrifice. Members of the Keystone Wom Milton St. Peter paced the freshman baseball The Williston week and had a game with I

EDWARD", The only hit off ,Bolin was en's Golf Association at :the Twilight League at Palm Lanes team nudged Dykes High Vocational High School baseball Palatka rained out. Charter Mon., Tues., ,

MNrka'i t.rgea'Silting Cigar I John Romano's clean single to country club will open qualify. with a 578' series. Ralph Davis in'School a game of Atlanta played 2-0),at yesterday Harris team rallied for a 131in( yesterday I Either Emmttt Akridge or Wed., Thurs. & Fri. ,

i center in the second. ing Thursday for the annual had a 234' high game. M. K. Field. over the Orange Lake
Mark Hamilton will pitch for
Forehand made the 3-4-6-7 split. ,
championship play in the 18 and Danny, Orr pitched,a,,twohitter All-Stars. the Tornadoes today against the
Bill Holmes of Busch Bavarian -
9-hole for the Baby Gators The win gave the Fighting Ti- Phone Cross ....
i groups. 't o p.p ed the Sunday Mix- strikingout Columbia High Tigers. :- City ,
2-0() mark for the
gers a season.
12 and'
walking only three.
Freda Wyman will seek her ed loop at Palm Lanes with a The two teams will play ,a
Florida's Williston will help Lincoln Highof HY 8-3423
yearlings got only
& on 185201197. George return game Friday at Lake
third in the 18 hole '
victory I three h hits from trio of Gainesville .its diamond
a Dykes open
i.' appe,, Farm Bureau, had 571. City.
event Pansy Hawes was run- Betty Scales, Busch, led the hurlers. In the'first inning,'after season Friday afternoon in a t
_ nerup last year. Kitty Martin Dykes starter Copeland walk game at Lincoln.

t. will seek a repeat in the 9-hole ed the first and second batters i

,, .i tourney.! Evelyn Scales was run- Track MeetPostponed and they were .sacrificed along, Orange R. Trthr Lake u ab 113 r k WHlhten Scott. 3b ak 434 r a FAMOUS OVERNIGHT : : '
last Jim Frazier drove them bothin Riley it 321 Jones. ss 432S. \
nerup year. Smith. If 32 2 Jackson, cf 413Mitchum I
OLD The annual'Junior Golf event with a hit 2b 12 2 Dawson c 484
aLD H. Smith c 413 McClendon. Ib 11 1
r.r111N" ( was played last weekend with Dykes High 000,000.000-02 McFattten, lb 2 2 2 Terrell. 2t 402 I
DEEP
; 1r ,+ IflI UF Frosh 200 000 x-23 C Thrshr d 3 11 Patterson, rf 414 SEA FISHINGpo
Robert Pater first and Marshall CHIEFLANDThe Co. Thomas 3b ,J'2 Hunter _If 333R.
Levy Copeland, Ardis (5)), Davis (7)) Smith p 31 White p 1 ii
Gallop Jr. second in the ad- track meet, originally set here Totals ....? 2>ITDonaWson, p 212 ..
and Khays, Payne ((5)); Orr,and Totals .:..' 34132$ \
HIGKORAmerica' vanced group.In tomorrow has been postponeduntil Collins. Orang Lake .:....... 4510010-10 12 Hours, Fishing Time You keep all your catch I','
girls O'Connorwas Williston ............... 111651x-13
play, Nancy
next Monday, Doyle'McCaU Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking
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Most Magnificent Bourbon second. In boys 9-hole play, today. ,SPRING TIRE SPECIALS Deck Plenty of Bait and Tackle.

Stephen Brow took honors with Williston has a baseball encounter \
Sails)
Boat Wed. and Thurs',8 a.m. Returns 5
Thomas Hawes second.In .
tomorrow at' Taylor 100%'
p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns '
,
the 4 hole tourney Jimmy High in Pierson and 'some of X95 :.:int. Day at 2 p.m. '
Brown won and Keith Craig its players also compete 1 n NYLON :

finished second. track. ALL SIZES I Write .or Call I

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.":, JOHN =. HAJUUSOX. FmUMt U4, -r
rsltbbsrt FAT COWLES. Tk Fred- SOUTHBy Mitt fork Gfonra than destroying muslon. Thisis aH Communists were not ly however, he is trying to
de.tt ED JOHNSON Tic PrciUcmtni By JAMES RESTON what has been going on sp necessarily an immediate start an honest debate in

Florida's Beautiful EBEKSOLE.* Eieeitha Tie E41UTI rrestaat W. ,C.ad tam A4Tcrtlsbf )- WASHINGTON There far in the primary elections. menace to the republic, as this country and this is important

,,-S"''Ui v y Director BOB TA TAGUOXE. RALPH McGILL were more advertisementsfor Every once in a while, an appeaser. The White
rs1ty Citj'-
,' ".. ,. ", TU frttklemt Ml CtremUS Pmlltecr Pris Wiuin P>klUkcr churches in the Washington however, some reckless char- House and the State Depart- For the United States government -
4.
I this .......... Of tt. AtUiU. (Ga.) C uttt UM'Them ment repudiated him, and
newspapers' Easter week- acter gets up here and. like the church, is
4. : end than for anything else challenges this bargain-base Sen. George Smathers,. of all living a life of pretense. Privately \

THE SUN'S POLICY > '-. except automobiles, and in ment view of life. The latest people, put on the robes of it is worried about the
'j i .. : the the chairman of the Foreign a moral warrior, and denounced -
columns. some ways appeal of was way things are going, about
,:. 1. Report the news fulty..nd i ii Impartially) in the news him.Fulbright .
II both .ads was similar. Relations Committee, whether the people will acceptthe
i 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials .
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Easy payments, easy reli Sen. William Fulbright, D- admittedly, is in bard realities of today,
-f gion. The Presbyterians, of an Ark, who rose in the Sen- a vulnerable position. His ar- but publicly it is pretendingthat
; ; The Sun's telephones: All Dep.rtments-372-844 i : Guys GotBrains9 people, were inviting the dis- ate the other day, and sug- guments are ambiguous Like it can achieve its objectives -

:': Wont Ads-376-4672 ciples of John Calvin who gested that we should stop President Kennedy who Insisted by saying out loud

:_..1. preached joy through suffering longing for things we weren't at Yale University that that things are better than
I IJI to get their Easter pray- prepared to pay for and we must distinguish betweenthe they are.

JI More Realistic Recognition Policy ers over the. telephone: "DialaPrayer start ,examining the illusionswe myths of the past and the The celebration of Easter
s :: District 7-4341. took for granted.It realities of the present, but and the Passover here are
The faithful elsewhere were wanted to emphasize not the wider
illustrations
; The United States government has down Latin American governments was Fulbright's thesis merely of
:: invited to their kids in Democratic
Memory Out of Cambridge: park that flexible mind myths but only the contemporary mood.
only a
taken a step toward realism in foreign it did not like by refusing recognition the church .and the
; A few blocks after the taxi nursery stay could deal effectively with a Republican myths, Ful- These are long periods of
I policy. President Johnson's new and showed that it rarely had pulled away from one of after for free coffee, and of flexible world, and that bright stressed the realities self denial and remem-

appointee as assistant secretary of worked. the buildings at the Massa- course, it was possible to :Washington should reexamine of foreign policy but not the brance, followed at the end 1 t

state for inter-American affairs, chusetts Institute of Technology catch the doctrine of your its mistakes and begin realities of racial policy, the by joy and triumph, but the ,
the driver asked: "You choice on the television. about the myths. of northern liberals popular thing is to avoid the
Thomas C. Mann, outlined a new policy Mann made clear that the new pol- "thinking un- j
workback there?" Receivinga This, apparently, is the spirit thinkable" this before but not the myths of south denial and rejoice for one
on diplomatic recognition to U. S. icy did not mean a change in the negative answer, he said, of the age: instant cof- Washington had begun thinking ern conservatives. weekend in the triumph.
diplomats and foreign aid mission u. S. attitude toward Communist "Well, I'll tell Harvardhas fee, instant salvation; dis-
you. very much about the Nevertheless, though l hs? T'ls' rrlses, to the annoy-
chiefs summoned home from the governments in the hemisphere. The tradition but them guysat count radios; discount redemption thinkable.The whole national political life ance of most people, a fundamental

Latin American area. U. S. is against. the Castro regimein MIT, they got brains." ; spend your way senator from Arkansas has been a conflict betweenhis point i that now
to at home total
Cuba and any more like it. But The outlander visiting either victory solvency without in was moved by the liberal intellectual de- troubles our national life. For

It was a 'closed meeting, but Mannis aside from that, the U. S. is not going Harvard or MIT under- Viet Nam; a guaranteed fighting annual thought that this country was velopment at Oxford UnI- we want the serenity of
stands them to be national going to be confronted for a versity and his conservative faith without the agony, vic
reported to have said that from to paste seals of approval or disapproval wage, regardless of
institutions.and assets political in Ar- without the
beyond long time by a series of rad- development tory struggle solvency -
now on the U.,.wUl-.not. .diplomatic -, ,, on Latin American governments price. Brains aplenty are work, says Walter Reuther; ical and quite different prob- kansas, he was getting at a without the taxes, lead-, .
: recd gn.it on"to new regimes by granting or withholding found at each. MIT, to the a "better deal" for every- lems and that these could fundamental point in the de- ership without the criticism

: which come to power by coup, even ,recognition.We simple soul, ignorant but hat- body says, President John- not be met unless people velopment of American policy. peace without sacrifice, and

: .. though 'some, ,&fthem: may*be-. .... tippingly respectful of equations son.THE were prepared to think in salvation without conviction.In .
theyfulfill lasers and the black arts THING gets worse in new and even radical ways. his own way, and with
rightist dictatorships, jf hope that this return to nor.
of the technology is THIS IS that need to his limitations
a templeof an election, year, for then we own Fulbright
: the normal requirements 'for recog' ,mal international practice does not awesome mysteries. It is politicians believe, with some NATURALLY, he was denounced deal with the world as it is was trying to get at this

:. nition: thelmain requirenient.. being mean* abandonment of Milton Eisen- easy, one imagines, for the justifications that they can : as a heretic, and and not only with the worldas point. He was trying to bring
: effective control hower's formula of"a handshake but factuality of things to so fill a win by perpetuating rather since he also suggested that you would like it to be. Washington's private doubts,

---.,... .. abrazo embrace for dicta- mind that it does pot think of He wants us to deal with the and discussions into pie} open.
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poems, the arts or even of realities of Cuba, Panama, He was hoping i to starta
: This is the :standard internationalpractice torships.. Governments do have to
the human condition. = ON THE RIGHTObserve = Viet Nam, but unfortunately debate, and to prove that
: from which the U S. has transact business with powers-that- he does not suggest that you cannot get a policy any

= ..occasionally, departed, especially ".4n be. They do have to treat dictators BUT AT MIT these things g we deal with the realities of more than you can get
Latin America. Mann reviewoo'US. exactly as they would a friendly somehow manage to infiltrate the Negro in the South or religion, by dialing a number
: experience with trying to bring democracy. and make themselves heard in South Chicago. Fortunate- on the telephone.
by many, if not by all On the I
basis of the tests that now ad-

II = :J.'rice-Eqmgin New Guisey mit that students entered to in MIT 1958, the a mere class Good 'FridaysBy \ -, ,' BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandl I

six years ago, would be re )" ,
The price-fixers-who never, seem the props from under "fair trade" jected.Yet, the humanities are II WILLIAM F. BUCKLEYBy .
: to give'upwon a small victory. in laws-hence the new campaign undera there and they manage to 11 .
make most of the highly motivated WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. ed, spend the day about as
: Congress recently when a Senate different name. The bill now before young geniuses under A few years ago the police they would spend Memorial r.;.,

: Commerce subcommittee approvedtheir the full Senate Commerce Com- stand that it is necessary to commissioner of New York, Day, or Lincoln's Birthday, or r t / i 11 (

= "quality stabilization" bill. This mittee was approved last summer by be concerned'' with the issuesof renowned for the bluntness of any adventitious holiday. --.1 '1:01 ., \

: has no more to do with quality stabilization the House Commerce Committee but civil rights, with all that is his language, appeared on a '. + : ;

: than "fair trade" has to do since then has been bottled up in wrapped in the word "urbanizatlon" television program and de- AND SO the moral dilem- -1/ i
fended his refusal to Jew- : i
and with the fact thereis give
: with fair trade. Both are virtuous the Rules Committee at the requestof more to President Johnson's ish members of the"police ma it not begins to take form: Is '.,". I I
to
contributing trav- I
sounding for eliminating price the Kennedy and Johnson admin. force the off forth- a ,," i-.
: names move against poverty than (as day on a esty, to close the office on -
istrations. the disgruntled opposit ion coming Jewish holy day. Why 'I >
: competition. Good Friday so that the staff i rI
charges) a mere refurbishingof not? Because, he said acidly, may spend the day not at 5 h I t th4a
,
the overwhelming majority of t'' : I
the New Deal.
: About the only real difference between Studies by the Federal Trade Commission the Jewish who work, whose accomplishment, i
Harvard, neighbor to MIT, policemen reflecting the human estate, ,.", .
the two is that with :"fair and the anti-trust divisionof took the day off would not
provides what might be called is in so acute a sense an act '.
trade" laws a manufacturer is permitted the Justice Department show that the other half of C. P. Snow's put it to any devotional use, of I submission to divine ar-

to sue any retailer who prices of "fair-traded" items run 19 essay on our two cultures. But but rather spent playing rangements; but at play,

I doesn't observe the manufacturer'sfixed to 27 per cent higher in states where this is hardly accurate. It is with the faucet children and, fixing the whose pleasures are by no
leaky watching
retail price, while with "quality ) "fair trade" laws are still enforced, impossible to be in Cambridgeand television.To means metaphysically ,anti- ;-
not give over most of one's Christian but
whose pursuitto
and that stabilization" would
stabilization" the manufacturercan "quality
thinking to education. The dis- put it mildly, the roof the total exclusion, of
withhold his product from the raise prices an average of 20 percent maying fact is that we do not 'fell in. Everyone went .after act of reverence, constitutes any,

offending dealer. for -products-mostly' drugs have a situation simple enoughto his scalp: the Jews'be ause on a holy day away from the

and electric appliances-that most, be described,by "Two Cul they felt they had been slurred office, an act'of religious pro-

The courts have knocked most of likely would .be "quality stabilized." tures." There is such a' gulf the Christians because filtering. What then Is the << s twits
between the truly excellent in they felt they had slurred the more feeling gesture of the

education and that which is Jews, and the agnostics, on modern Christian, who disposes -
"Students shouldn't involved I
in
get politics. mean,
I The late
I I mediocre or inadequate that general principle. of the decision whetherto
what do we know except, what we've learned from
there are fragmentations George Sokolsky, who as a close his office f
many on Good "
the minds in history?
Voice of the in the national cultural practising Jew: was more or Friday?' Is h emore reverent, great i
People life. less immune from the chargeof if he formally acknowledgesthe
anti-Semitism took the
; sheer existence of Good I
ONE OF THE young geniuses commissioner's side and reported 'Friday? Is he more I reverentand Washington Memo :

On-TheJSunfe Opinion Page who comes to MIT may be in his column that he never mind how the em
: just as unaware of the human had spoken the plain truth- ployes who are released spend
condition and of art literature and remarked that as much that From the Cowles Washington Bureau t
day? Or has he
a'
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters re-
mutt be .IOllecl'.d bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should music and the soul val- was true about the way mostof sponsibility to exercise his ur- SCIENTIFIC 'VIEW: Dr. Glenn Seaborg, a distinguished
net exceed 500 words .nd must ba written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ues of humanism and religion, 'the Christian community bane judgment as to the prob- scientist and Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commissionisn't '
{ Sun Intent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or as one of the disadvantaged spends most of its holy days. abilities involved; and if he completely convinced that scientists have always handled -.

products of a small rural No one was particularly grate- decides that the day has no their political responsibilities wisely. Some irreverent individuals -.
Liquor Dialers- creasing profits beyond their hope the the Democrats in school in a wretched, poverty- ful to him, not the Jews, who meaning for the majority of he said, "have compared our management of
competitive level, and (2)) of control in Tallahassee will ridden community in deepest didn't want the truth told, and his employes, keep the office science policy in recent years to a ship with a thousand
Pl n"S4ocJts further.increasing market act responsibly to protect the Mississippi. Education some- not the Christians, who didn't going, transacting: business as helms all connected to one rudder by rubber bands. Another
-- Vvalu'e.of their licenses. All of County's interest Provided how needs to be so, improvedat want the truth told either. usual, as a, lesser order of of these whimsical images would have federal science and its:
f EDITOR Sun:',My disquietudes -"* this would be'at.the expense of they do not act accordingly, its middle and lower levels profanation than the alterna- leaders as a colony of ants riding a rolling, tossing log downa
the citizens of Alachua County possibly we can find mem- that it do the LAST WEEK I faced the
i were aro.usedftver; can necessaryjob tive? flooded stream. As each new twist of the log brings a dirt
news item in March tj edition1.-,,. -: bers, of the opposing party of enabling what we call usual problem, as senior of- 'I do not of ferent bunch of ants out of the water and on ,top of the log
l-The item If retailers' who will act to effect stand- the two cultures to to ficial of a small office, whichI some my
of the Sun (page 3. the liquor associatiOn speak gentle readers will be the ants then able to see daylight proclaim to the others thaithey
was titled "Liquor Price Fix restricts the entryof ards and assure reasonable one another across the exist- expect a great many othersof sur- have the situation well in hand and know exactly which
to know offer
Foundation L id."-- It described outsiders along .the lines dealers. ing gulf and help all of us to you face; and, perhaps like prised an an- way to steer the vehicle.
how a group recent recipients outlined by the Sun's item,. 7. Democrats do a lot of understand that science and you, I did not quite know swer to the question, becauseI ,
e talking about protecting the what to do about iL It is this: do not know the answer, f
of liquor licenses had then they are acting in .the humanities are interdependent '
J consumer..In Alachua whether to close the office nor whether there is one.
gotten together to'effect va restraint of trade by any County, on '
price fixing organlzat i Ion. sense of the.:notion In other especially, they are apparently The Southerner in Cambridge Good Friday. Moreover, writing this columnon 1 1A&kd&U1
Clearly from the tone of the words, they are acting to restrict permitting establish- inspired and awed by The obvious reflex for a Good Friday morning, I
item, the group had as its competition in our retail ment of practices to exploitthe the two magnificent institu- practising Christian, as for a consider it an appropriate act I
tentative objective the creation liquor market liquor consumers. Theprospective tions whose influence is worldwide practicising Jew on his holy of Penitence to. confess my III
of a monopoly with the 4. Since several of the local 'practices, according lies abed at the end of a days, is to do so.- to close ignorance in respect of the J ctck iL; 't .;.' '
,I view to exploiting the interestof recipients of the liquor licenses to the Sun, are explicitly day thinking about the prob- down, as an act of religious problem, as in respect. of so .,VJ J2.I, t

the citizens of Alachua are large motels such as intended to keep local, lems of his own region. PresI- reverence. At the same tune, many others. --- ,
County. The group apparently -. the Holiday Inn they quite liquor price at $1 to $U5 a dent Johnson's project to the worldly observer is In- ;. t '

was to act in such a, wayas likely fall under the jurisdiction fifth above those prices prevailing move against the nation's creasingly aware that it is be- z d
to keep the efficient, so- of the anti-trust divisionof in competitive mar poverty includes a program coming harder and harder. to ; POTOMAC FEVER -
called cut-rate, retailers out the U. S. Department of kets in the state. designed to aid, education, to define the meaning of closingthe
i I of Gainesville. Justice. Given the number of The liquor- dealers of Ala cope- with the dropouts and office down on Good Fri- By'Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau .
I There are a number of larger cases the Governmentmust chua County simply cannotbe those with functional illiteracy. day. Does the act of doing so,

shocking aspects about the deal with, however, the permitted to engage in if you are In the position of ,
: Alachua County retail liquordealers' U. S. officials are not likely practices that are contrary to authority, signify your own Investment tip sheet report on corporate first quarters: LBJ EnterprisesI
the best interest of the Ala- and Consumer-sales up 29 per cent.Image (all of them) untarnished. Glowing prospects -
meeting as reportedby to be attracted to practicesin THE WEIGHT of poverty is obeisance to, recognitionof
\ the Sun. I should like to Alachua County. chua County consumers. heavy on the back of the the ,holy day Or is the for fourth' quarter.
review some of these for those 5. If the executives of firmsin WILLIAM J. FRAZER, JR. Southeast The Departmentsof reason why we close down --
who have an interest in the the steel industry even Commerce and Labor say primarily that we wish to give Goldwater Auction Sales, Inc-Earnings off sharply. Some supervisory personnel ..
Gainesville consumer: showed signs of collusive act that poverty begins when income the staff the opportunity to ob- defect to rival firms. Futile efforts to sell off lagging subsidiaries,.

\ 1. The number of licenses is ion of the type recently shown How to Wreck drops below $3,000 per serve the holy day, at leastto ,such as T.V.X, mar profit outlook.
fixed by the state. Pre- by the Alachua County liquor family. No state in the South- 'the extent of punctuating Scranton Iron & Steel Works-Spectacular consumer interest in new productline.

sumably, this Is to help assure dealers, they would immed- A.Party. east has, fewer than 32 per a half hour, or more of it,. Management indecision clouds picture. Advice: Modest investment
conformity to state laws concerning iately attract the attention of cent of its families in that with worship, with an act of warranted.
the distribution no the trust busters. They may (Freedom end Union) category. Much of it is Negro, gratitude to the Man who --
t sales to minors and so on. even attract the wrath of the At a formal dinner party,in but a substantial portion of it, made the most awesome deci- Nixon .Air,Lines-Record air miles flown. Line still favored by many commercial .'
J Even so, the administrative President of the United States. Washington;D. C., the hostess especially in the desperately sion lathe history tragedy' passengers despite bad.crashes of '60 and '62. Once flourishing tourist

practice of fixing the number Once again, however the size sent a note to an attractive woman i badly 'off Appalachians, .is and hope?the,act of.an acts class business .mushy. : /
I I of licenses gives every recipient of the Alachua County liquor far,down the table. The white.,'There are:bradreds of most celebrated:by the writers
: of a license some degreeof market, relative to the national butler delivered it, but the thousands..of I.fasuHes living ,painters, aDd poets of the Rockefeller' Oil & Gas-Earnings .picture poor due to recent huge capital ex.

monopoly. Consequentlythe market for steel, would young woman,. ,could'Iot readit on.commodities.with no in, past,twomillennia! ? ., penditures. Also plagued by' lack,.of sales in women's department. However,.
," i license_ has a market value not likely warrant the. atten- without her glasses: She\ come. There are none Mon And yet the worldly observers company' .still boasts enormous' cash :serves.
J I itself. tion of U. S..officials. asked the man at her.right to, families p.in the "very poor" know that 'a very small -- .
,2. As a further consequence 6. More fundamentally, the read it for her., category.: Of 'these'there are minority of: American''Christians Shriver Casualty Insurance -Brightest of the glamour stocks. Spectacular :

f of fixing the numbers of licenses regulation of collusive actions He read: "Dear Betty. Do seven,million families who do, take'thought, during quarterly sales. Total protection against poverty is brand-new, wrinkle in insurance .
"
.". ,' any price-fixing re by liquor dealers existing at me a favor and please don't not include "person who could Good Friday, of the*.:meaningof .field. ,Envy, of competitors.
tailers' association has the the pleasure of the State of neglect the man on your right 1 go to work H a job J were avail, that day; that rather, like ____
basis for creating a monopolywith Florida should be the responsibility He's a frightful bore, I know able. the: :Jews the,Police Commissioner Republicans this year have shown themselves, to be the party of intelligent;,
two results: (1) Of in- of the Stat We should but,please' talk to him. Two cultures claimed to have observ- respons opposition well.qualified continue, the role indefinitely,


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also Business Meeting, 8 p.m. 11, at the Volusla County colley

CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs munity College, is as follow

] Esther Hamm, reporter.

George Washington Carver,
i aiezuiIktxn.4 FM. B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Bunnell, 8; Booker T. Wash-

PLANS ,FINAL MEETINGThe meet tomorrow .7:30 p. m. PERSONALS ington, ,Inverness 12; R.J.E.

THE Floral ,Hemp Williams, airman High School, Starke, 34; Peck
CourtCodge .No Miss
Fannie
Louise
B. HAKS90K rrwMw ... 113 will hold its final meeting Choir No 1 will have its rehearsal Perry, a High School, Fernandina Beach,
student at BethuneCookman:
r Uhcri PAT COWLES. Vie press xStMJTH'By on Monday, April 6, at 8 pjn. Thursday, 7:30 p. m 40; Oakland Junior Senior
cmti ED JOHNSON vie lrutdl.tFlorida's at the home of Mrs. C. W.. College, at Daytona Beach High School Haines 41
City
Beautiful M* ExecBtlT* EelUri W. C. (Bffl) J. C. Rawls, president; Richard ;
,I' lt .EBEKSOLE. YU !reside t ..* AvertUiBt Wright on Ocala Road. Parker, organist The Chil spent the ,Easter holidays here Dunbar High School, Greene 1

University. CUT + 1IONE. VIce DtrecUn ltesideat BOB M4 TAU Ctreml G,- PtllUer RALPH Frfa fttuiaff McGILL Prnklisbcr During this meeting, the. dren's choir will have its rehearsal with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cove Springs, 45; Jones High

:i .... x-.u. Of tt. AUsaU. C.G&.) c.uU&au.a dues taxes, fines and Grand Wednesday, 4:30 p. m Cornell Haile on N. W. 7th School Orlando, 71; Lincoln

Union fee are to be paid .in I Love Feast will be observe I Avenue. High School, Gainesville, 143
THE SUN'S POLICY Friday, 7:30 Please don'i I ,
; full. p.m.
'Them'Guys : Sgt. Charles Jenkins stationed
forget the Spring Rally thai Chisholm High I School, New
1. Report the news fully and. impartially In the news! columns.' in the United States Army
will terminate Sunday April] Smyrna Beach, 25; Moton High
on ,
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In- ditorUls I j in Spain, was called to Brook-
i" 3. Publish all sides of important: controversial) Issues. SLATES MEETINGThe 12. Every member is asked to I I er last week because of the School Brooksville, 26 and Mic- (

All pay or raise at least $25.00. We: death of his mother Mrs. Tho kens High School, Dade City,
k The Sun's telephones Deportments-372-8441 GotBrains' Petite Madinosille Club would] like very much for every 20.

.h t Want cJs-376-4672 will meet in regular session today member to please pay his or mas.He

1 March 31, at 8:30: p.m. at her 2500. We need to raise at t is the brother of Mrs. Ora r
least $4,000.00 on this Sunday. M. Gilmore. Mrs. Nellie' Moore
,
n the home of Mrs. Lillian Jack
More Realistic Recognition PolicyThe son, of 1126 S. E. 10th Street Remember the Annual Conference reporter. (Brooker.) SOCIETY ANNIVERSARYThe
is less than two months
Mrs. Deloise Phillips, reporter. Miss Mary L.Norwood and I St Peter Baptist Church
The States government has down Latin American governments away. Rev. William M. Ferguson
taken a step toward realism in for- it did not like by refusing recogni- Memory Out of Cambridge: pastor. Miss Hattie Simmons, both of Aid Society recently. celebratedits
A few blocks after the taxi Tampa, were guests here on
eign policy. President Johnson's new tion and showed that it rarely had pulled away from one of Spring Hill Baptist SundaySchool Easter Sunday. anniversary.

appointee as assistant secretary of worked. the buildings at the Massachusetts NOTE OF SYMPATHYThe 10 a.m.; morning worship There were several new members .
Mrs. Ella Mae Jones and
state for inter-American affairs, Institute of Techno- and 11 a.m.; and evening wor- added to the society. The
pastor membershipof daughter Sallie Mae of
Thomas C. Mann, outlined a new policy Mann made clear that the new policy logy the driver asked" : "You the Mt Carmel Baptist ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev., T. D. Davis has, Ga.,,were guests, here Doug-on membership is always opened.

on diplomatic recognition to U. S. did not mean a change in the work back there? Receivinga Church extend their deepest pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc- last Sunday. Deacon S. P. Spann, president.

diplomats and foreign aid mission U. S. attitude toward Communist negative answer, he said, sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Hen Gill, reporter.

'chiefs summoned home from the governments in the hemisphere. The "Well tradition, I'll tell,but you.them Harvardhas guysat derson Henry in the loss of Mrs Pilgrim Rest Church of Christ Gainesville Mrs. Ann Miller returned to I _

Latin American area. u. S. is against the Castro regimein MIT, they got brains." Henry's brother-in-law and al in Unity Sunday School, 10 yesterday from I
so to Deacon and Mrs. Rich Philadelphia, Pa., where she! GAME PLANNED
a. m.; and afternoon worship,
Cuba and any more like it. But The outlander visiting eith-- was called because of busI-1
ard H. Carter in the loss of 3:30
It was a closed meeting, but''Mann aside from that, the U. S. is not going er Harvard or MIT under : p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong The Jonesville Dodgers will
is reported to have said that from to paste seals of approval or disapproval stands them to, be national A.Mrs. Carter's mother. Rev. T: pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, ness.Miss meet the Yellow Jackets from
Wright, minister Mrs. Esther
institutions and assets beyond ; reporter. Mary H. Smith and Miss
now on the U. S. will not refuse dip on Latin American govern- price. Brains aplenty are W. Hamm, reporter. Sallie Mae Edwards, both of, Flemington on Sunday at 2:30:

: lomatic recognition to new regimes ments by granting or withholding found at each. MIT, to the will Mt.be Carmel Baptist There Jacksonville, are guests of p.m.The
mid-week
: which come to power by coup, even recognition.We simple soul, ignorant but. hat- Meditation" i friends in the University City. fans are invited. Ladis
: though some of them may be tippingly respectful of, equa- : CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. Services today 7:30: p.m.; Youth Ross, owner.MEETING .
tions, lasers and the black arts Forum tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Mary J. Smith, of Tampa -
rightist dictatorships, if they fulfill hope that this return to
: nor- Pleasant Methodist and also
of the technology, is a templeof Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will spend the weekend -'
the normal requirements for recog- mal international practice does not awesome mysteries. It is There will be mid-week Prayer will have their'' joint 'rehear- here with her sister Mrs.

: nition: the main requirement being mean abandonment of Milton Eisen- easy one imagines, for the Services today, 7:30 p. m. sal, 8 p.m.; and Teachers's Esther H. Mann, and other SCHEDULEDThe

I effective control. hower's formula of "a'handshake. factuality of things to so fill a The Board of Trustees will Meeting, Thursday, 7 p.m., and relatives.. i
not an abrazo (embrace)" for dicta- mind that it does not think of --- -- University City Floral
Club will
hold its regular meet-
poems, the arts, or'even of
This is the standard international Governments
torships. do have to
the human condition. = ON THE RIGHTObserve SENIORS DAYDAYTONA ing on Wednesday at 8 p. m.,;
practice, from which the U. S. has transact business with powersthatbe. = April 1, at the home of Mrs..

occasionally departed, especially in They do have to treat dictators BUT AT MIT these things BEACH Registration Emily Davis. Mrs. Dorothy,

Latin America. Mann reviewed U. S. exactly as they would a friendly somehow manage to infiltrateand for the High School Jackson, president; Mrs. Annie I

,experience with trying to bring democracy. make themselves heard 1 Seniors Day, Saturday, April Davis, reporter.
by many, if not by alL On the } z.; I
basis of the tests that now ad- "

II' in New GuiseThe mit students to MIT,,the class BE'OW' OLYMPUS Interlandlb \
Price-Fixing that entered in 1958, a mere GoodFriday? By

six years ago, would be re- % .

price-fixers-who never seem'to the props from under "fair trade" jected. Yet the humanities are By WILLIAM F.. BUCKLEYBy I '
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give up-won a mall victory in laws-hence the new campaign,under there and ,they manage to t r. :'= 1 '. /a.b F. .
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make most of the highly motivated WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR, ed :;rt c't
Congress recently when a Senate a different name.. The bill now be- spend the day about as
young geniuses under- A few years ago the police they would f:
Commerce subcommittee approved fore the full Senate Commerce Com- spend Memorial c'S I
stand that it is necessary to commissioner of New York, Day, or Lincoln's Birthday :
or
their "quality stabilization" bill. This mittee was approved last summer by be concerned with the issuesof renowned for the bluntness of any adventitious ". 4 '
holiday. ..
.
1 has no more to do with quality stabilization the House Commerce Committee but civil rights, with all that is his language, appeared on a *

than "fair trade" has to do since then has been bottled up in wrapped in the word "urbanization" television program and defended AND SO the moral dilemma .'.
and with the fact thereis his refusal to Jewish
I with fair trade. Both are virtuous- the Rules Committee at the requestof 4% give begins to take form: Is "
more President Johnson'smove members of the police "
sounding names for eliminating price the Kennedy and Johnson admin- against poverty than (as force the day off on a forth It not contributing to a tray d
1 esty, to close the
competition. istrations. the disgruntled opposit ion coming Jewish holy day. Why Good office on
Friday that
charges) a mere refurbishingof not? Because, he said acidly, so the staff ,
may spend the
About the only real difference be- Studies by the Federal Trade Com- the New Deal. the overwhelming majority of work whose accomplishment day not at :
,
the Jewish policemen who
Harvard
tween the two is that with "fair mission and the anti-trust divisionof neighbor to MIT took the off would reflecting the human estate,
day not
provides what might be called is
J I trade" laws a manufacturer is per- the Justice Department show that the other half of C. P. Snow's put it to any devotional use, ( of in submission so acute a'to sense an act .

t mitted to sue any retailer who prices of "fair-traded" itenis run 19 essay on our two cultures. But but rather spent it playing divine ar-
rangements but
1 doesn't observe the manufacturer'sfixed to 27 per cent higher in states where this is hardly accurate. It is with the children, fixing the whose pleasures; at play,
are by no
leaky faucet and
"fair trade" laws still enforced impossible to be in Cambridge watching
: retail price, while with "qual- are television. means metaphysically anti-'
ity stabilization" the manufacturercan and that "quality stabilization" would and'not give over most of one'sthinking Christian, but whose pursuit
to education. The dis- To put it mildly, the roof to the
total
withhold his product from the raise prices an average of 20 per exclusion of'any
maying fact is that we do not fell in. Everyone went after act of reverence
,
offending dealer. cent for productS-mostly drugs have a situation simple enoughto his scalp: the Jews because on a holy day away constitutes from the

and electric appliances-that most be described by "Two Cul- they felt they had been slur- office, an act of religious

The courts have knocked most of likely would, be "quality stabilized." tures.." There is such a gulf red, '''the Christians because filtering What then Is pro-the Q h 'lf xt,(DS Ii8ta fins
between the truly excellent in they felt they had slurred the more feeling gesture of the
education and that which is Jews, 'and the' agnostics, on modern Christian
I mediocre or inadequate that general principle. The late of the decision, who disposes "Students shouldn't get involved in nclitics. I mean

there are many fragmentations George Sokolsky, who as a to close his whether what do we know except what \' ? learned from
office
Voice of the People in the national culturallife. practising Jew was'more or Friday?' Is h emore on reverent Good the great minds in. history?" '

less anti-Semitism Immune from, the took chargeof the if he. formally acknowledges
0 the
sheer existence of Good
ONE OF THE young geniuses commissioner's and re-
Friday? Is he more Memo
reverent t I
5On The Sun's Opinion Pages I who comes to MIT may be ported in his column that he and never mind how the em- Washington
just as unaware of the human had spoken the. plain truth ployes who are released spend

Opinions end comments of Sun readers ore wolcomo in the Voice of the People .'LIUera condition, and of art, litera- and remarked that as much that day? Or has he a responsibility From the Cowlts Washington Bureau
mud be signed and be., the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should ture, music and the soul values was true about the way mostof to exercise
not exceed 500 words and must ba written an only one side of the po per. Poetry cannot ba u..... Tho of humanism and religion,. the Christian community bane his ur- SCIENTIFIC VIEW: Dr. Glenn Seaborg, a distinguished
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without. chanting the writer's moaning or as one of the disadvantaged spends most of its holy days. j judgment as to the probabilities scientist and Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commissionisn't
intent. involved; and, if he completely convinced that scientists have always hand-
of small rural No particularly
products a one was grateful -
decides
Liquor Dealers'Plan creasing profits beyond their hope the the Democrats in school in a wretched, poverty- to him, not the Jews, who meaning that for the the day has no led their political responsibilities wisely. Some irreverent in-
competitive level, and ((2) of control in Tallahassee will ridden community in deepest didn't want the truth told, and his majority of dividuals, he said, "have compared our management. of
ShocksEDITOR further increasing the market act responsibly to protect the Mississippi Education'some not the Christians, who didn't employes, keep the office science policy in recent years to a ship with a thousand
value of their licenses. An of County's interest Provided how needs to be so improvedat want the truth told either. going, transacting business as helms all connected to one rudder by rubber bands. Anotherof

Sun: My disquiet- this would be at the expense of they do not act accordingly, its middle and lower levels usual, as a lesser order of these whimsical images would have federal science and its
the citizens of Alachua Coun- find, profanation than the alterna- leaders as a colony of ants riding a rolling tossing log downa
udes were aroused over a possibly we can mem- that it can do the necessaryJob LAST WEEK I faced the tive?
J j news item in March 19 edition ty. bers of the opposing party of enabling what we call usual problem, as senior official flooded stream. As each new twist of the log brings a dif
of the Sun (page 1)). The item 3. If the liquor retailers' association who will act to effect. stand- the two cultures to speak to of a small office, whichI I do not some of my ferent bunch of ants out of the water and on top of the log,
j was titled "Liquor Price Fix restricts the entryof ards and assure reasonable one another across the existIng expect a great many othersof gentle readers will be sur- the ants then able to see daylight proclaim to the others that

Foundation Laid." It described outsiders along the lines dealers. gulf and help all of us to you face; and, perhaps like prised to know, offer an answer they have the situation "well In hand and know exactly which

I how a group of recent recipients outlined by the Sun's item, 7. Democrats do a lot of understand that science and you, I did not quite know to the question, because way to steer the vehicle.
of liquor licenses had then they are acting in talking about protecting the the humanities are interdependent what to do about it. It is this: I do not know the answer,

gotten together to. effect a restraint of trade' by any consumer. In Alachua County, whether to close the office on nor whether there is one. '
price fixing organlzat 1 o n. sense of the notion. In other especially, they 'are apparently The Southerner in Cam- Good Friday. Moreover, writing this columnon "

: Clearly from the tone of the words, they are acting to restrict permitting an establish- bridge inspired and awed by The obvious reflex for a Good Friday morning, I
|l item, the group had as its competition in our retail ment of practices to exploitthe the two magnificent institu- practising Christian as for a consider it an appropriate act FY4ti.L\f;;; aAi

I tentative objective the crea- liquor market liquor consumers. The tions whose influence is world- practidsing Jew on his holy of Penitence to- confess my .

|' tion of a monopoly with the 4. Since several of the local prospective r a c t i c e s, according wide, lies abed at the end of a days, is to do so to close ignorance in respect of the J a.ek ,th..
view to exploiting the interestof recipients of the liquor licenses to the Sun, are explicitly day thinking about the problems down, as an >act of religious problem, as in respect of so
the citizens of Alachua are large motels such as intended to keep: local of his own region. President reverence. At the same time, many others.
County. The group apparently the Holiday Inn, they quite liquor prices at $1 to SL25 a Johnson's project to the worldly observer is Increasingly
+1 was to act in such a way likely fall under the jurisdiction fifth above those prices prevailing' move' against ''the nation's aware that it is be-

,, as to keep the efficient so- of the anti-trust division in competitive mar- poverty includes a program coming harder and harder to 'pci HOMAC FEVER .
:. called cut-rate, retailers out of the U. S. Department of kets in the state. designed to aid education, to define the meaning of closing '
of Gainesville. Justice Given the number of The liquor dealers of Ala cope with the drop.outs and the office,, down on Good Fri I
I There are a number of larger cases the Governmentmust chua County simply cannotbe those with functional illiteracy. day. Does the act of doing so, By Fletcher Inebel: Cowlea Washington Bureau

shocking aspects about the deal with" however, the permitted to engage in If you are in the position of;
Alachua County retail liquor U. S. officials, are not likelyto practices that are contrary to authority, signify your, own Investment tip sheet report on corporate first. quarters LBJ Enterprises ..
dealers' meeting as reportedby be attracted to practices: the best interest of the Ala- THE WEIGHT of poverty is obeisance to, and recognitionof Consumer sales up 29 per cent. Image (all of them) untarnished. Glowing pros-
the Sun. I should like to in Alachua County chua County consumers. heavy on the back of the the holy day? Or is the pects for fourth quarter.
: ,review some of these for those 5. If the executives of firms WILLIAM J. FRAZER, JR. Southeast. The Departmentsof reason' why we close down --

who have an interest in ''the in the steel industry even Commerce and Labor say primarily that we wish to give Goldwater Auction Sales, Inc-Earnings off sharply. Some supervisory personnel
Gainesville consumer: showed signs of collusive act- that poverty begins when Income the staff the opportunity to observe defect to rival firms. Futile efforts to sell off lagging subsidiaries,

1. The number of licenses ion of the type recently shown How to Wreck. drops below $3,000 per the holy day, at leastto such. as T.V.A., mar profit outlook.
fixed by the state. Presumably by the Alachua County liquor family. No state in'the South- the extent of punctuatinga Scranton,Iron & Steel Works-Spectacular consumer interest in new product

this is to help assure dealers, they would Immediately Party east has fewer than 32 per half hour or more of, it, line. Management indecision clouds picture. Advice: Modest. investment
conformity to state laws con- attract the attention of cent of its families in that with worship, with an act of warranted.
cerning the distribution no the trust busters. They may At (Freedom and Union) category. Much of it is Negro, gratitude to the Man who --
sales to minors and so on. even attract the wrath of the a formal dinner party in but a substantial portion of it, made the most awesome deci- Nixon Air ,Lines-Record air miles flown. Line still favored by many com
Even so, the administrative President of the United States. Washington, D. c., the hostess especially In the. desperately sion in the history of tragedy mercial passengers despite bad crashes of '60 and '62. Once flourishing tourist
practice of fixing the numberof Once again however, the size sent a note to an attractive woman badly,- off Appalachians, is and hope the act .of,all acts class business mushy.
licenses gives every recipient of the Alachua County liquor far down the table. The white. There are haadreds of most celebrated by the writ- --

of a license some degreeof .market, relative to the' national butler delivered it, but the ,thousands of families living ers, painters,,and poets of the Rockefeller Oil & Gas-Earnings picture poor due to recent huge capital ex
monopoly. Consequentlythe market for steel, would young woman could not,readit on commodities with-no in past two millennia? penditures. Also plagued by lack of sales in women's department. However,
license has a market value not likely warrant the attar without I her glasses. She Come. There are nine million And yet the worldly observers company still boasts enormous cash ,reserves.
1 itself. tion of U. S. officials. asked tie mini at her right to families in the "very poor" know that a very small --

2. As a further consequenceof 6. More: fundamentally, the read it for her. category. Of these there are minority of American'',, Chris- Shriver Casualty Insurance-Brightest of the glamour stocks. Spectacular

fixing the numbers of licenses regulation of collusive actionsby He read: "Dear Betty. Do seven million families who do tians .take thought, during quarterly sales. Total protection against poverty is brand-new wrinkle in insurance
any price-fixing re.'taller liquor- dealers existing at me a favor and please don't not include a person who couldgo Good Friday, of,the meaningof field. Envy of .competitors.
? ,association has the the pleasure of the State, of neglect the man on your right to work if a job were avail that day;' that 'rather,'1ike --

basis,for creating a monopolywith Florida should be the responsibility He's a frightful bore, I know, able. the Jews the,Police,Commissioner Republicans this_year have shown,themselves to be the party of Intelligent
two results: ((1)) Of how of the,State. We should but please talk) to him." Two culture claimed to have observ responsible opposition -well qualified continue the role indefinitely ,

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CapitolWASHINGTON By FAROUK NASSAR The change left Saud; the 61- the resolution said an Saud's Preview Tonight

,.+? vd DAMASCUS, Syria (AP)-Ailing -year-old monarch who has ruled powers and prerogatives shouldgo
(AP-In the ; King Saud.of. Saudi Arabia the country, since his father to Faisal "in. light of the dis- -
news from Washington: has'been stripped of all powers, King Era Saud died in Novem-: pute between His Majesty the The University of Florida The World's ,Fair
perform-
VIET NAM: Premier Nguyen t, and his brother, Crown Prince ber 1953. with the, title of king King and His Highness Prince Choir will preview its national I ances will conclude a
Khanh of South Viet Nam is tit r gig4 Faisal, proclaimed regent and and little else. Faisal's decree Faisal which was about to lead tour tonight in University Audi- concert tour between school nine-day
moving to put his country on a uncontested ruler of the oil-rich reduced him to figurehead. I I the country Into' insurrectionand torium at 8:15. terms.

i full wartime footing in the fight desert kingdom, Mecca radio Saud, who has made several' anarchy" and because of From then on, it will be a bus This SealMeans :
The
against Communist guerrillasand announced Monday night trips to Europe in recent years the king's "physical_ conditionand man's holiday,for the Choir choir will leave the University r
it's going to cost the United Faisal took over after a for treatment, is' expected to his current circumstances." when it participates in opening April 17 and make eight

z States about $1 million' a week. Fy %" '' = power struggle that threatened leave the country soon for ceremonies at the New York' appearances'in cities along the We're
So Defense Secretary .' :.' Faisal, who has been eastern seaboard. They will end
i says f :; to plunge Saudi Arabia into "reasons of health. crown World's Fair, April 22-26.
Robert S. McNamara, recently ., civil war. I prince since his elder brother their annual spring tour in New: Differentfrom
back from an inspection trip to ;;.. Faisal, Saudi Arabia's 58- Faisal named himself regent took the throne, took all powersto York where they will give sever

that country."We r ; year-old premier, issued a royal after Moslem. religious leaders -; run Saudi Arabia's' internal Arrest al performances daily in the
propose to assist him in t decree delegating'Saud's organ. adopted resolution declaring and foreign affairs without consulting Drug Florida booth at the New on insurance company
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I'' every way possible," McNama- 4Ai(, izational, political, administrative Saud "unfit to conduct the Saud. .He is to remain York World's Fair. salesman. As Independent -.

ra said. judicial and executive'Pow-1 affairs of state." I regent even if the king is in the Given While in New York the choir insurance
KING SAUD ers and prerogatives to Approved by 58 Saudi princes, country. I Tally also has been scheduled to appear agents we give you The '
Big Difference in car and
I HEMINGWAY PAPERS Mrs. at the Florida showcase in
: home
JACKSONVILLEThe State insurance con-
Ernest Hemingway will give Board of Health today reported I Rockefeller Center and in several tinuing, personal atten f

the manuscripts, letters, notes i Seal Slaughtering Time Arrives i 393 persons were arrested in television appearances. tion. This kind of service
and memorabilia of the late Florida in 1963 for illegal drug I The 61member mixed choiris might mean hundreds, .

author to the John F. Kennedy activities. Narcotics was involv under the direction of Dr. El-, perhaps thousands, of i'_

Library, the library corporation 2fan fork lJban Canadian and other % cases. Arrests in 1962, wood Keister of the Universi dollars in your pocket.
announced Monday. By JOHN c. DEVLIN tionists wanted the conservetotalled SSL ty's Department of Music facul- II
"Nothing would have pleasedmy Herds Face ExtinctionIn "
action. The board is charged with enforcing ty.While
husband more than the gift NEW YORK This is the state law regarding reg! 'on tour choir: memberswill KirkpatrickEdmonson
of the Hemingway papers," season of the "the madness" in St. Lawrence 'Madness9 But some quarters, be said,'ulation of drugs, cosmetics,, be housed with University -
Mrs. John F. Kennedy said in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. ., believe the. Canadian government and medical devices. alumni and with congregation ;

.a statement. She added that Every March the butchers, i is inclined to close its i Frank Castor; director of the members of host churches. & \.

they will help fulfill the late bakers, candlestick makers and ported here recently by Paul pups and adults alike-were, eyes to the slaughter to curry. board's Bureau of Narcotics, The variety of works In the i
president's hope that "the library even the doctors and dentists Montreuil, curator of the New able to escape and continue to; favor with voters in Newfoundland said that of the 393 arrests, 108 concert program range from
will become a center for shut up shop to make as much York Aquarium in Coney Island. breed,, new herds even after and the maritime 1 provinces involved sale or possession of the classic pieces of Bach and
'the study of American civilization as $1,000 a day slaughteringseals. Montreuil has returned from the heavy killings. of New Brunswick, barbiturates and amphetamines33 Schuman to folk songs, Negro Insurance, Inc.

in all its aspects in these Gulf with a warning that the "But now the ski planes and 1 Prince Edward Island and Nova more than in 1962. He said spirituals and modern works., 31 N. Main 372-8433
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years.. .. Even housewives join the great seal.herds there are fan helicopters can reduce distanceso : Scotia. These voters normally violators of this type usually The choir will return Sunday,
k hunts, chasing the bleating pups ing extinction. He said: efficiently that there is no; make a relatively poor !living are found at truck stops, nightclubs April 26. i
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SUBMARINE Vice Adm. and their parents across ice escape. Only blizzards, gales, catching lobsters and fish. and some drug stores. He
Charles B. Martell: 2nd Fleet floes. They fracture the seals' "In the last couple of years and the breaking up of the isfloes e The seals, unlike sea lions, said trucking companies have
commander has been named skulls with two-foot: clubs, skin the hunters have taken to using can save the seals, whichare have difficulty maneuvering out been very cooperative in aiding i
Johnson to the them and drag the pelts back to ski planes and helicopters to of the harp variety." of water and are caught easily.I enforcement of the law among
by President
directorof ,collection'points.., 1 1I decimate the herds. They make Montreuil said most of the There are contradictory reports i drivers.
created of
newly the antisubmarine post warfare I The pelts are in great demandfor hunting terribly efficient. I hundreds of hunters "regard as to whether the baby Castro said the bureau made

women's coats, 'the blubber hunters the hunt as a sort of gold rush, seals are skinned alivethis 2,029 inspections of drugstores
1 "In the old days the
programs. for I but others. because to reduce blemishes on the pelts ,
margarine, :some of the go they regard hospitals, clinics drug
leather for.fine wallets and the reached the ice floes by boat: the killing'as some queer needed for the,fur-coat market. manufacturers and wholesalers 1

PANAMA: When rioting broke paws after being marinatedfor -II and then bad to start walkingto kind of sport." Montreuil said the pups were during the year.Release.
out along the Panama Canal food among the ,natives. reach the herds..A man could He said that the annual kill bled to death quickly before

Zone border last January, Panama : Details of .the hunt were reNBC's walk only so far,'and most seals had been so great that some skinning and that the bodies Spies
accused the United States fan tossed aside on the ice were

unprovoked armed attack. dead. But in Ottawa, the society CAIRO (AP) The United
Now, Latin-American sources Datz Named for the Prevention of Cruelty to Arab Republic Monday releasedten RUG RIOTNYLOK

report, two international com- Gemini CapsuleTo Animals has complained to the Greeks who were convictedof :
missions have found the charge government that the 'pups of spying for Israel in 1962.
without foundation. Bond 'DriveChairman being skinned alive. Stronger They were handed over to the

Investigations have been con- government supervision Is ex Greek Embassy for deportation.The CHENILLE
ducted by a commission of the Get Sea Test petted before next year's official announcement gaveno '

Organization of American States slaughter., reason for their release. ,I TWEEDLOOP :

and by the International Jurists
Commission with headquarters Bernard S. Data, general ma- HOUSTON, Ter. (AP)-The, er, and no waves," -said a : Rugs and Carpeting ;
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Communist gains in Africa and and the sea choppy.' II The capsule will be lowered :

Latin America. I Warden It will be the first over the side of the National ;::1.

This bit of self-analysis was. sea ,water test using a full-scale.. Aeronautics and Space Administration's D OPENING- ;
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prepared for the House Foreign lard F. Gooding, despite prison -tion Gemini capsule, weighing recovery ship, the
Affairs Committee, which released and equipped the'same as a Retriever. A 400-foot nylon rope,
record that includes a life which will be slack will connectthe
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it Monday. '
earth.
sentence, will keep his job as spacecraft returning to ship to the capsule. There :, '. ::
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risings. to restore his civil rights. i $1,000 bill, gets to keep it. honor society's annual banquet .
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1 the $1,000 was given to the cab study of the structure of metals '
I By JACK GOULD urday the first pictures from bie Monday. Kuester, eonvalescing while Cocktail: received his : /

-\ Ntm lark Qfon** I Crescent City, Calif., and Brit from an ailment, saidhell award far a master's thesis on .
NEW YORK The National ish Columbia something the Columbia
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I If, ', Calendar Of Events Dames_, > 1t.1"1.1 ',"' 1': UlOfne: : : nR'; l o tI ? r. : '-z- ABOUT- PEOPLE I i


,' HoQsegaeste Mr. aidMrs. Sweden. fessor of English at the Ural
' TODAY: March 31 Gainesville Cootiette Club, 8 To Meet: Jim RirlardMB for the I' ,Dr Hasseftata is here for versity of Florida has been

\I Education Wives o Card Party pjn., Mrs. Mary Furry, 317 Easter vacation. are their a week doing special re- named a member of the na
8 pjn., University Women' SE 3rd Street sons, ,James -G. m, a student search on air pollution as re- tional Shakespeare Anniver-

\ Clubhouse,' West Newberry American Association of Uni Thursday T H Ef fflI"I I IL9 L at Duke University lated to paper mills at the sary Committee.
q Road.'I' versity Women, Morning Interest and Fre idh''w h 0 attends University of Florida. He and Eugene R. Black, presidentof
Beta Lambda of Epsilon Sigma 'Group 9:15 ajn., Mrs. Kent, School, Kent, GOOD.; a his family are staying at the the American Festival Theater -
I Alpha Rush party work Sheldon Lee, 610 NW 36th The University of Florida nephew, ''R. H. Mattoon.. Jr., ,Florida Union. at Stratford, Conn., is
J meeting, 8 Street Dames will hold election and Ruth Weiraer :Women's Editor'What's I student Tulane the anniversary
'I' pm., Community graduate at chairman of
Room of Guaranty ,Federal Gainesville Chapter 44, OES, Awards Night Thursday at I ,
t I University, and his fiancee, Dr. T. Walter Herbert, pro committee.
{ i Savings and, Loan Building., 8 pjn., Masonic Temple p.m. in the J. ,Hillis MillerHealth' Min, Lynn Orr of Concord,
Tuesday Evening Supper .University ,Mothers' Club, Center Auditorium. LnaHat? 1d ass., a. graduate: student at
I Club of Gainesville- 6 P ari., Mother and Daughter Luncheon A new President for the coming Yale University. Graham-Williams

'j 1404 West University Avenue. ;12 noon, Holiday Inn. year will be ,elected. The Mrs. Richardson's _mother,

University of Florida Choir, Chapter CQ, P.E.O., Mrs. old and new board representatives -, Mrs.. A. V. Jnlier is, here Mrs. Ernest Williams announces

Spring Concert, 8:15 pjn.,University Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE Sixth chairmen and sponsors oi Is Program Topic"What's from Kent, Conn., to spend, the marriage of her
*, Auditorium. Terrace. each group will be introducedand the spring season. Miss Judith Edwina r
daughter,
Yale University Club, dinner FRIDAY, April the executive board officeof .
Mitchell Gra-
l.i, meeting 6 pjn., Gainesville Annual Meeting of the Ala- each new board representative : ,in a Hat?," ,will be bring paper, pencil and scissors! Mr. aDd Mrs. Win H. GO- Williams ham, son, to of Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
I and Club.
t Golf Country chua County,Association for will be anriOun ed. the topic of the morning program I in order,to copy the Carol Lane left have had as their guest ord Graham of Lucedale, Miss.
1 WEDNESDAY, April Mental Health, .Dinner, 7:30 Mrs. Josephine McSwine wul tomorrow for the final! pattern. the tatter's mother, Mrs. J. r
'. Chapter I, PEO, 10 ajn., pjn., Holiday Inn. U. S. Senator comment on the tables in the meeting of the American Home! Chairman for the programis A. Holloway, who,returned to ;. The double ring ceremony
Rev. Otto
Mrs. Thomas Larrick, 730 ,.. was performed by
i\ NE 9th Avenue.O. Spessard L., Holland Mary Turner Tablesetting Contest Division of the, Gainesville Woman's Mrs. James' Brogdon and her'''home in .Edna, Texas, ,",, Reese, minister of the Linda }
guest,speaker. as colored slides'of each Club. Mrs. J. M. McCown Jr. is publicity last ,weekend. ., '
i\ E. S. Auxiliary, 3 pjn., : Vista Church, San Diego, Calif., l i
Club
Garden .
Gainesville the ,.
table shown. She will
A number of informal
session, set courtesies
The Wednesday
Mrs. Jesse A. Vitatoe, 1208 on March 18.Attending J{
Spring Flower Show, Potted points s rem of grading ,used Y
y the ,
I at the clubhouse Those..astfng during were extended the Tex
SW 1st Avenue. Plant Entries 4 to 6 for 10 ajn. the couple were
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University of Florida Medi- Gainesville High School pjn. for the contest West Newberry Road, will include morning,are to be: Mrs. W. N. an including a family dinner t Mr. and Mrs. Jim'Sanders of tJ
Mrs., Turner win present Robinson, Mrs.W. Ridgway; ''party given by Mrs. John E.
cal Dames, 8 pjn., Mrs. WardNoyes"222'1 Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 several special features.A ,I ,:, : San Diego. 11
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to contest winners.
prizes
NW 7th Lane.ti Mrs. Julius M. Perkins, Mrs.I East.
ajn., Holiday Inn. miniature wedding scene The bride wore a white mohair i
University Women's Club, Mrs. Dale Alam, a member of Ralph Porter Mrs. Alice Reed, Mrs.' Holloway and Mrs. ,.
.
Benefit Bridge Canasta Party will be presented by "MissTing" suit with white accessories : I.
Choral Group, 10 aon., Club Club Education Dames, and Mrs. Mrs. T. R. Crom, Mrs. Keith Thornburg Cowles of New 2 -
Woman's
Gainesville of Gainesville hat de ;
book
and carried 1-
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house. Clark Crum representing Agriculture Haythorne, Mrs. M. ,L. Koko-: York City, mother oL Mrs., prayer
CluMy
8 se.V Mrs. Small Mrs. orchid. Ii
white
p.m. signers Betsy with a
Democratic Women's Club Dames candidates John
f are moor, Mrs. MilliaTn Kolark, Harrison,shared honors
: 8 pas, Guranty Federal Savings \ K I for the office of president of Eloise Roberts, and Mrs. James Mrs. P. A. Lee Jr., Mrs.'James at luncheons given by After a wedding trip to Mexico i

1 and Loan Building. Executive Board meeting, Dames. Lendrum will give a demonstration S. Matthews, Mrs. W. W. Morris Mrs. Thomas Brill,, and Mrs. the couple will ,live in San- I

Gainesville Bridge dub, 7:30 Gainesville Women's Club, Members of this year's executive of hat making. Mrs. Thomas O. Neff Sr., James StrigfeHow, who en- Diego The bridegroom> an Aviation -

pan:, Holiday Inn. 10:30 am.: Clubhouse, with Mrs.J. board will be hostessesfor Hat Pattern Available Mrs Charles E. Nelson, Mrs. tertained last week. ; Boatswain 3-c, is stationed

Fine Arts Association Art C. Feltham and Mrs., Felmy the evening: Another feature of the morning Lucille s. ,Peacock, Mrs.. J. '* Mrs. Curtis Mitchell Graham at NAS Miramar, Calif.
Auction 8 pjn. City Recreation Ford, luncheon hostesses. Martine Pearce., ,
will be copying a travel hat Mr. ,
and Mrs. William
Center. Open*to the pub SATURDAY, April 4 Boys'ClubMothers from: a pattern recommendedby Mrs. Alfred Reed, Mrs. W. L.' Wade Hampton m have returned AUCTION of PAINTINGS "

lic.American Home Division, UF'Engineering Wives Club I Miss. Carol_Lane, travel consultant Richardson, Mrs. Frank_ A. from Decatur, Ga.

s Gainesville Woman's Club' family picnic, 2 pjn., Camp. Group ,for the Shell Oil G;., Robinson, Mrs. Aurelia,Robert- They drove up Sunday to take 'PRINTS, DRAWINGS and CRAFTS

"What's In a Hat?" program, Wauberg, Electrical Engineering Is Disbanded who spoke to the club last fall.. I sow Mrs. C. P. Schaiffner; and their daughter, Miss. Dorothy -.. i By Members of Gainesville Fine Arts ,-

10 ajn., Clubhouse, :West University and ,Engineering Graphic Members are requested to Mrs. Stuart Scott. Hampton: to Agnes Scott I
Avenue. faculty ,wives, hostess groups. The Mothers Auxiliary of College. Association and_ Some of the City's ". '
the Boys''"Club disbanded following Most Professional Artists. -
Eight O'clock Group, University > I i t
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1 L.e > dinner meeting held Dr. Carnell To Be SpeakerDr. I
Women's Newcomers, 8 Gainesville Garden Club P.M. RECREATION .
recently at the Holiday Inn., S
I Dr. and Mrs. E. R Hendrickson .. .
pm., Clubhouse, West, New- Spring Flower Show, Horticul- A past president's pin and Corbin Carnell, Universityof ODd "guest night" and members had as their dinner, -- -
berry Road, Mrs. 'Maurice 'ture Cut, :Specimen Entries, gift was'presented to Mrs. Robert Florida professor of English, are Invited to bring THIS- guests last night Dr. and CENTER on the boulevard

Yeates and Mrs. Alexander ,7:30 to 10 ajn., Gainesville Rafter, president by the will be guest speaker at the bands and other guests., i Mrs. Bjorn Hassdhnhn and Op at 7:30 for las.ctloa B.faa Auctwa Begins
Bednarek, hostess, Dr.. CorhinCarneD High School.Gainesville. :auxiliary members in appre- meeting of the Hostesses for the evening will young daughter of Stockholm,
guest speaker Garden Club ciation of her work. Wednesday be Mrs. Maurice Yeates and

THURSDAY, April 2 Spring Flower Show, "Moods Mrs. Rafter also presented Eight O'Clock Group of the Mrs. Alexander Bednarek. The

Gainesville Junior Woman's in Line and Color," 2:30: to gifts, to the officers, Mrs. University Women's ,Club New meeting Is scheduled at 8 pjn. BELK-LINDSEY Proudly Announces .
,Club, General Meeting,. 9:30 9 pjn., Gainesville H I g h Claude Richardson Mrs.' Ed comers.,Dr. Carnell will review in the University Women's
,ajn., Clubhouse. j School ward Lackey, Mrs. Keith Buck's "The Living Clubhouse. Coffee and dessert
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heim, Mrs.; J. A. Pickett. This will be the group's see- hour.



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Music Leader: MR. DON WARD
Inherited Eating HabitsTo >: Gainesville;' Florida MAR. A '

#; Nursery Available At Each: Service 2-ELLEN OWENS 1319 N.E. 8th S*. .
a certain extent, a wom I Josephine Lowman in care of I Pastor- FRANK M. PEARLBEGINNING 3-EDNA ROBERTS, 723 N.W. 8th Art. .

en's figure Is determined by in-I the Gainesville Sun. 4-SUSAN HAILE, 1626 N.W. 8th Ave. SUSANTHOMAS
but she 5 MRS.'T. C. FLETCH ER; Box 417 Willfrton ; ,
heritance can always
6-MRS. M. O. BEAL 2411 N.E. 11th Terr. .
give Mother Nature an assist 7-JANE PARRISH. 2429 E. Adams=, Ocala. Fla.

r Our bony structure, of course, PRIL1 1st 9-6A1L WELDON 816 N.W. 12th Avt. __ SUITawarded I
10-MRS. L L LINDEN Box 1386. Un;,. Station t .
has a great influence on our .
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II-LORRAINE PENK. 1708 N.W. 10th T rr. ;
silhouette, as do our muscles nne"J f 12-ANN W. SCHOFI nD, 602 N.W. 9th AY,. '
and fatty deposits. The glandular ALWAYS 13-MRS. RUBY WEST. Otter Creek : to

system affects the distributions 14-ON A ROBERTS, 723 H.W.-Its. Ay,. '. SUE KELLEY
of 16-LOIS NEILL 1826 N.w.10th Terr. '
our weightHowever w f Y
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the saying 'Tanims 18 MARYTUNSTALL, '2720'N.E. 12th,St.

In my family," or "All my 19-RUTH CAPPE 2037 NX. 9th, St.
mother's folks were overweight 20-ALDA+ MOSES 705 N.>. 10th PI.,
21-MYRTLE M. BARFIELD I 520 N.E. 6th St.
Is seldom accurate. .
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Most often the eatingliabUs: -- --- -. ,-- 24-MRS. C. N. EDRIS, 2215 N.E. 16th Terr.
which are handed down from > .'; 25 MRS. O. L GORDON 3104 S.W.1nArt. ,

generation to generation are the r 26-MRS. NELLIE. BRUNSON, 813 N.W. 30tfa Are. ;.;4".t.. '', :. ;: ?
famous value Towncrafr 2.7-MaS. IDELL FORDH M. 9 N.E. 7tfc St. '. :j
causes of obesity. ur dress shirts '28 MRS. H. F. STRICKLAND. :

Fatty deposits are not soP! 3624 Kipliog Dr., OrUnda : '' s. i

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strengthen the abdominal muscles """ CHIEFLAND-MRS. J. T. HUTSON _
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,By lUCHARD WILSON easily cover printing:costs. Advertising general Democratic_treasury for I Walter Bevel, an advertisingand up the deficit "(Democrats !ized" version of the assassination "'"-*

Chief ,revenue, minus"editor* campaigning. This act prevents 'public relations man who hope I to avoid 't, --v, so backed by the Kennedy

11 Cowks Washington Bureau Ad Rates Tripled Ian and production costs, will. be- contributions by corporations 'to originated in Texas and has that national cau. -'.. 'is family, which will be written by"!_

WASHINGTON, D.C. Advertising profit political campaigns, and the advertising worked in Lyndon B. Johnson's. can be used entirely n the :>: a presidential biographer, W1ll-:.,.
t t .Will'be sold in a 1964 For Convention 'Memo9of Democratic officials are talking bought in the Kennedy campaigns is working on the I tions. Brightman said the Republicans lam Manchester. He wrote the' --

J Democratic National Convention of selling "several hundred book might be considered a Kennedy convention book. He also usually have a Kennedy biography "Portrait of ?..,.
> program book dedicated to thousand copies."' U ,they sold campaign contribution.This denied reports that .committees convention deficit"Televising a President" Mrs. Kennedy will w.

the late;President Kennedy at 250,000, the revenue from circulation year in the deal placing of, business men are being organized the Democratic be a primary source of information *.. .

115,000 per color page. booksellers with special pub- at $25,000. Democratic 'officialsare would be $2,500,000. If 150 the Democratic' convention in to solicit advertisingand National Convention," said for this book. The proceeds ",,.
I, This is triple the cost of advertising lications on President Kennedyis not, even quoting at this pages of advertising were sold Atlantic the referred inquiries to the Democratic Chairman John win go the the John P. t

I in the convention book a guide. i"When"wiI1 time the :cost of ordinary black- at an average price of$15,000, City, Democratic Democratic ,National Committe Bailey, "will bring its drama Kennedy Library hi Boston after ,.
four years ago and, on a circulation it end?," the book- and-white ads. In 1960 black this would bring ,250,000 and committee retained rights to Sam Brightman, Democratic and action into every home and the author and other costs are ?

basis more than 10 sellers are asking as each new and-white pages went for $2500 probably a $2,000,000 profit publish the convention book. Re- publicity chief, said all make every viewer a spectatoras paid. .:.'
proceeds
times advertising Kennedy publication is greetedby and color for publicans have granted this Ii !
'" comparable pages $5,000. The, profit is supposed to history is made.
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would to defray the convention .....
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charges in nationally distributed a.seemingly. insatiable de The books will be sold] nation right to the committee in San m ..
the of- the "The convention book with
to costs na- .
magazines.The mand. wide through the organization of help pay Francisco which Is underwriting 'costs. He said that past experience the wealth of background material / eo. j,_
convention book could be The inside back page of the young Democrats at $10 percopy tional convention.' Democratic the G.OP. convention to help shows that the national wN
It will contain will make the:
1 \ a runaway sell-out and far exceed Kennedy book for the Democratic ,- and not merely at ,the officials, say it would be contrary defray the costs, and there is no convention runs in the red convention BBEiir f
more meaningful to
j l, the expectation of its publishers National Convention will go national convention as in the to the corrupt practicesact such elaborate plan for national and the committee has to dip those who watch its : I I3Nov

1 if the recent experience at $20,000 and the back cover: past.The $10 purchase price will to transfer the money to the distribution. into its campaign funds to make and will remain a proceedings souvenir: .., .
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Burns Both Races ReadyMadeHouse Southern The book win contain articlesby b 't,, .. + ,A "' I
Says Rights "authors of national promi- :: : /WITH S' '
nence" describing the administrations ''t4_
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Plans -
of Presidents Kennedyand ","i '"ti'" ""'" _
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fi Johnson, the Johnson program I'-.f-l. OILEMULSION\ '. 11'V .,
Cheered His lax Actions '' ; "
1; r Oratory. Beginssistant a "panorama of famous i $)' :1
Opposed first ladies," including Mrs. :
r ..... Kennedy, "and many other sub- ;{ :
.. for the' needs fall Florida's .fa WASHINGTON AP-South-
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS administering the laws protections citizens Magazine house look 5 ( Democratic and Republican jects."
of aU.cltl1.ens' he said. to create plans era'senators battling the House- a w
Bade. ''on the governorship was more new pod in the but rarely leaders, are heading. bipartisan Judging by the clamor for J.
campaign trail this week Mayor Picketing is a n American jobs for themby further Indus- the magazine passed: civil rights bin preparedto drive aimed a t over- Kennedy half dollars and ad- 1.TO CONTROL SCALE, =
Haydon Burns told Brewrd right,.but "the law must be respected trial expansion. meet needs of individual speak ,up again today after coming -the' opposition' the
orders for books '
home vance Kennedy INSECTS & RED SPICE
builders
County voters that cheers for by all," the gubernatorial Kelly also said he would seekto sultant told Gainesville, abuilding'cOD- leaving the field for a' day I to Dixie forces.Humphrey. not yet written, the Democratic t "
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his actions during the Jackson- candidate said. the other side.
increase vocational schoolsin
be
underesti-
said the Southerners organization may
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ville race violence were as loud Scott Kelly of Lakeland sounded Florida so that more pupils I yesterday. After 16 days of preliminary asked to be heard today. He mating what! could be a poli- .
"in the colored section as it is his continued opposition to Dawson Ziegler Jr., a partner -
could be for trades
prepared in-: skirmishing, formal debate got said proponents were agreeableto tical bonanza.
in the white section." the proposed civil rights' legislation stead of,dropping out of school in Professional ConstructionCo. under way, Monday with. Sens. this arrangement but none- Booksellers report that .Ken

"I think it is high time that in Congress. before graduation. and assistant building'construction Hubert.H. HumPhrey.D-Minn, theless intend to use up most nedy books which they had not ,

public officials must be,firm in He said the way to best meet Robert King '..High fired an- ; professor at the UnIversity and Thomas H. Kuchel, l Calif., of this week presenting their expected ,to sell much,. like '"A .

other blast at the state railroad of Florida, ,recommended -; making] lengthy speeches in support case for the bill Day in the Life of John F:: Ken- "

Frats' Social Activities I ICurtailed assessment board again propos- that prospective, builders re- 'of the.measure. At a luncheon meeting of Republican nedy" vanish.. almost immediate.ly .eEFORERE
tain an architect to insure from their shelves. Advance
to abolish the He
ing
II agency. and Kuchel the senators.GOP leader
Humphrey as-
orders
are being placed lOT.the .
achieving
said that it permitted railroadsto particularspecifica Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois
Trimesters tions needs. new book by former presidential
by their and
assess own property. planned to discuss amendments
assistant Theodore Sorenson
Peace
privilege additional "It's worth: every penny Corps he intends to propose to the Alt
This places an fore the book is even titled.: .S MATES ,
Extra- cular activities of had a big hand in assisting tax burden'on the'aver provided you want to make bfll's fair employment practices Much to'the surprise of the

ftt University of Florida's 26 community charity programs age taxpayer and businessman sure' your home is esthetically Test Slated section. book merchants, earlier books

racial fraternities have been such as blood drives heart a gross'T' unfair penalty' High pleasing ,and you can get He said, that before he can about the late president includ-
turtailed ""reducedly" by the fund drives and aid for underprivileged said. competitive .bids from builders i '
support this part of the bill, as ing his oWn "Profiles in Coup v 0 VQO :
trimester system, the presi children. Fred O. Dickinson of West ," Ziegler said. Here April 11 many as" a dozen amendmentsmay i age"'continue 'at the top of the.

dent of the Interfratemity CounFraternities also relieve the Palm Beach proposed to set up He. explained that builder be necessary. ,Dirks n also I' best seller lists.A A CHEMICAL COMMNt ,

dl told members of the ExUniversity of loads in hous- tourist advertising' and regula- plans are geared toward eco The Peace will administer ,has called for changes ia other new project excites the 20 N.W:16th Avc. N :-

change Club yesterday. ing and food services by providing tion of hotels motels and res- nomy rather than design. its next,Corps'placement testsI sections of the measure. booksellers. This is an "author FR 6-2661 :

Barry Benedict said Homecoming homes for 1,000 men and taurants under the same agency, "Try to do something out of in Gainesville on April 11. Before the Senate voted last i BBlBHaBflBi EBEVB B B BMBHBBi BBB B V .
activities in particular: feeding its members 7,378 a seven-member board to be Thursday to take
the the' bill
ordinary and it up ,
or Gas
may may Genie
The U. 5. Civil Service Com
named the Florida Tourist Com
were hit hard by the accelerated meals a week. mission. not turn out right when you mission will give the test in the most-of Jhe speechmaking was says: ,
system. of year-round uni The IFC sponsors the. two use standard by Southern senators who have -- .
plans Ziegler Federal.Building, room 331, at -
I Tourist advertising is controlled vowed to anaUout '
versity operation. biggest social events of the noted. wage fight. '
On the other hand, the year-Spring and Fall Frolics now by the State Development He 8:30 any.The Humphrey, who held the floor : :. It will :
explained that builder ,
Commission, which also required non-competitive .,
mester also has contributedBenedict said. I for three hours and 25 minutes -.
performs a host of other jobs, plans are geared toward econ- Placement Test-which includes .
to an overall increase in acadA 27th frafernity is due to Monday, said'the goal of the bill ,A
and the lodging and food establishments -, omy rather than design. a test and '
general aptitude
emic achievement, Bened 1 c t join the IFC next fall, Bene- a is simply "to extend to Negro pay you : :
said. dict said. are regulated by the "Try to something out of modem language aptitude test citizens the same rights and .
op-
state hotel commissioner. -takes about and half .
faU the IFC G reeked I the ordinary and it may or may one a portunities that white Ameri-
The IFC president was JoinNext L
by the past presidentCharfamily will welcome' its 27th In campaigning'yesterday, !nyt _turn out right when ,you hours to complete. Knowledgeof cans take for granted." to ;
Vied'Karl of Daytona Beach] ib; standard a foreign language is not a I
lie Malloy and Bill Cross, member. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity i criticized Mayor Haydon Burns' e plans, Ziegler requirement for taking the "This bill cannot be attackedon ..

,assistant dean of men and fraternity will be the new mem- handling of the Jacksonvillerace noted. Placement.Test.. its merits," he said. "In-
advisor in explaining ber, Benedict said. situation and John Mathews He recommended that 'pros- stead, bogeymen and hobgoblins -
,
the functions of the UF's fraternity The discussion was heard fired at Dickinson for- pective builders consult lending -i The test scores, meused, have been raised to. frighten 'INVESTIGATEnatural '
along with the
questionnaireand
institutions for a financial \ wen-meaning ".
system. during the weekly. .luncheon what he called "pie in the sky"promises i: character references to de- Americans. .
Benedict said the 2,400 men meeting of the Exchange'Club to reduce state spend estimate on what his income' termine overall qualification for Kuchel, speaking for an hour

in the, UF's fraternities have at the Primrose Inn. ing. and financial status can under-. Peace' Corps service. and 40 minutes after Humphrey, -
write. expressed hope the bill might
He warned builders to be If applicants have not already even be strengthened in some gas

'II wary of estimates based 'on turned in a Peace Corps respects, declaring that "the'

Goulart Sticks by Reforms square,foot prices. i Questionnaire' they should bringit struggle for effective civil rights :-"
A check list recommendedby with them when they take legislation is not a partisan AIRhCONDITIONING ,

'" Ziegler lincluded galling for the test., -. fight. It.is an American fight" "

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil elgn money is helping finance II' campaign against communism, preliminary floor plans after All applicants must be American fka.erps.a.nr
(AP) President Joao Goulart the campaIgn.against him. and his government, Goulart de- cost -limitations have been established citizens at least 18 years -

warned opponents Monday' nighthe The leftist president ,spokeout clared:; "I-will.not permit that ; hold the builder to old. Married couples 'may apply -Worry --.-..

will not modify his reform in a nationwide television the religion of my parents and cost limits or refuse to sign if they have no dependents FALSE TEETH CALL US FOR A FREE ESTIMATE "

program and charged that for- address ,which followed criticism my family! to be"used as a political -any contract and have the under 18. .A college degree .is .
of his decision later instrument" Slipping or Irritating
reversed plans and project cost firm- not required. I
not to punish mutinous The church has called for a '' Dont be embtrrucod by loot tales
The Earth sailors who joined in a Commu public march in,, Rio Thursday.A ly estimated institution.'for review by the when teeth Hipping-you eat.dropping talk or or Uujh.wobbling Jugs Sainiivilli c lII.anv
lending Pianist DiesAMSTERDAM .
nist-inspired passive rebellion.. i 'gimna demonstration in Sao I piinklo a llttlo PASTEETH on your I
plates. This pleuant
powder gives
There Is no force capable of; Paulo, March_19 brought more Still No Snow remarkabl.'senss of added comfort: .
Isn't Static and security by
Netherlands holding piatoa more .
than .Catholics into the
turning us aside from.our program 500,000 firmly.No rummy.Roocy.
237 W. "Pis one'FR Z6391"Gainesville's
Univ. Ave.
(AP-putch'composer) -'pianist a f eling.' Its alkaline (anon.sc djqo.t
,Goulart said amid streets, singing and praying In
a
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HONOLULU (AP)Kee Eno- rASTEXTH*(any drug couatar
,WASHINGTON (AP) The deepening ,crisis of economic :what a leader called defense of Willem Andriessen 76, died -..
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i a here Monday.
and the landIs democratic Institutions.
oceans' are rising and political troubles, runaway
sinking, but don't panic and inflation, labor unrest and .increasing -i' GouJ rt's conservative opponents ,; verhas seen.snow. Andriessen, who as a soloist ::
run for the hills. Communist influence.The accuse him of trying to He mentioned this one day to was celebrated for his interpretations Finest9 .
: and Geodetic Survey : Eugene A. Haylett'ot Rochester Ie.- ... .. ..
TheCoast social and constitutional set up a dictatorship and working of Chopin and Beethoven I. w. II
has reported that. oceans reforms Goulart vowed to push I out constitutional changesso Minn., who was vacationingin wrote two piano concertosand :

bordering the United States have II through Congress would facilitate that he can run in the presidential 'Hawaii. Mass... >The TOM SAWYER :: ./ : '"
risen from two to nine inches land reform, give the vote election in October 1965. Haylett sent a gallon canister .
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since 1940 chile readjustments, to 20 million illiterate Brazilians -i Goulart charges his foes with of snow from Rochester by INCOME, TAX r ,

in the earth's crust have caused, clear the way for legaliza-: plotting to overthrow him. air mail special delivery. ; .

'a lowering in some coastal ion of the outlawed Communist: Goulart's speech came' on the But Enoki still hasn't had a .. GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS PACKAG1TORE, .: :

areas.k I party and broaden presidential same day the U.S. State De- glimpse of snow. It arrived on ,
The=greatest ocean rise, said powers. partment in Washington said he his day, off and had melted .

Rear .ITdm.H.' Arnold Karo, was Goulart who has enlisted.leftIsts has allowed Communists to when he showed up-for work.. 1328 N.W. 6th J*. Fa 6-2924 announces .:. "
1 at Eugene Island La., 20 miles nationalists and Communists make significant gains, that his -
southeast of Morgan City. closer' .
has moved
: government .
in his. reform campaign, b 'e""I'
,Along the Atlantic coast aincrease to the Communist bloc In trade ,'. T
claimed
maximiun of 5tt inches propaganda against When Good Gardeners THE :
hIm is "financed by illicit re: and, diplomacy and that the : : .: :
was noted:at Sandy Hook, N.J., over-all situation in Brazil has ; /
mittances by big. foreign com ', l
while the record increase along steadily deteriorated. .! "','
panies.
the Pacific Coast was 2 inches
at San Jiego. Calif., and Seattle He said money for his foes Select Get Together ,
Wash._ = also is coming from foreign your > "

.. Rises:in the sea levels recorded drug manufacturers 'Inter- SPMNGFABMC5 a ': 1 ;
national petroleum companies, .
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by tide gauges since 1940 at e at -
have included about 4 inches at dishonest merchants, usurious SINGERIF e OW..e4
Baltimore. Md.; 2 at Miami and landlords and big landowners. ,'-

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coert.feeBd. 15 persons ,
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.t i arm fork W\mt duced evidence that although'!prices and competitive marketThe.seaatos The group specifically chains were able to drop out guilty Monday of.spying for Is- AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO

jf'J By ROBERT SEMPLE wholesale prices for live beef abase." charged,the,National Tea C0mpany. of the market when cattle rael and sentenced 11 of them
-
\, '. .1 in the,stockyards' are at'their cite (National i ',Food Stores), I prices -were high, slaughtering 1 to death. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND HOME
aides

'I WASHINGTON are receiving-lower Cattlemen prices have lowest not'in'15 declined years, retail''Proportion-prices ures presented., by the, Rocky fig- Food Fair'mi'.AcJne: entering I i cattle- from' '.their-,'own, '.feed- Jots: Included among those sentenced i OWNERS, OF THE ALACHUA AREA

( for beef in the stockyards: while: ately. Mountain Fanners'' union purporting the :nattier feeding busi This in turn.exercised a "mar. to death was Lebanese :

) '"{ housewives are paying relatively to show that between ness. Bavi 1gthui"iriiegr;: ted"tPeir !ket -, depressing, influence," Protestant minister, Jamil, El i There Is .now'a brand new. modem Kilgore Seed

t high prices in the super- The cattlemen' who testified Dec. 17, 1962, and March 18, ,retail and feeding:opera* and when: prices mopped"the Karb, who:was described in the : '
were more than suspicious lions, the group.cbar'gedthese Company store in Alochua, Florida. The location Is
markets. 1964, prices paid the producerfor :stores moved' back, into the five-man court's verdict as the II

This lies at the they explicitly, charged"administered the retail -i live beef on the''Denver IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY market- group's ringleader. \1 Just east of the city limits on the north side of Highway
paradox with
stores market, dropped from $29.50 JUDGE,'ALACHUA ,COUNTY. FLOR
heart of a little noticed but IDA, 441.This .
{ per hundredweight (or 29% IN REt Estate of
potentially explosive debate WARNER HARVEY. RESTAURANT FEATURED ,
cents a pound) to $21.50 per
ANTIBEATLELBARBERS Deceased.
in the committee in top-grade products and
under specializes
now way hundredweight (21% cents a To All Creditors and Persons Having store
The Claims or Demands Against Said Estate WEDNESDAY .
rooms of Congress. pound). But while wholesale : > prompt service in: "
outcome could have important You and each of yon art hereby
prices were dropping by more notified and required to present ,any SOUTHERN '
for those who! claims and demands 'which you. or
consequences up with than 25 per cent, 'the group either of you may, have against the Agricultural Supplies' Pesticides
produce beef, those who sell it, said retail for estate of WARNER HARVEY. deceased .
haired adults,and teenagers ,- average prices !late 01'said County to the Coon- !Herbicides
and ultimately those who long choice cuts remained unchanged ty. Judge of Alachua CaudyFlorida, FRIED CHICKEN Custom Applications ,
with flowing manes,'Brit at hIs office In the court house of said
consume it. at 68 cents a, pound County at Gainesville' Florida, within Fertilizers .Seeds
The debate, which bas amn's barbers voted today to six calendar months from the time of SERVED WITH 2 VEGETAILES, HOT BOLLS AND SUTTER
of this.na
the first publication ce.
T whc NOTICE OP INTENTION TO. Each llm or demand shall. be hi Fumigants Plastic Films
i erupted from time to time charge.double to.customers REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME writing, and shall state the place of
) I without producing significant IQ more than four weeks without Pursuant to Section M5J F I o r 1 Status notice Is hereby given that the the claimant, and shall. be sworn to
I legislation, has been revived by haircuts. nderstgned.. John D. Baldwin' and by the claimant his agent or attorney
arold Burchett, doing business :under and any such ,claim or demand
-- Sen. Dale McGee, D-Wyo., whc After four weeks. since the tie firm name of SUdden.Service Heat- not so filed shall. be void.

i is sponsoring resolution tc last',haircut on.most
authorize the Federal Trade t< full head of hair it becomes a..' Ute o register: said CountyFlorida fictitious name, Intends under ,WARNER and Testament HARVEY of 'deceased of Asgrow Seed Company

Commission, to conduct an investigation ''reshape and ,the price should1 ute he provisions." of the aforesaM Sta-- Clare First publication, Gehan March-3l, me DRUG STORES

into the.purchasfng'l ;o up," a spokesman said. The Wh Dated at Gainesville .. Ms 11 ,west Floyd,University Avenue Florida
A.DwS.
day d March, Alochua,
marketing and pricing ,rice for a'haircut now range JOHN O. BALDWIN. -' Attorney Gainesville for Florida Executrix GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

tices of large chain Prac-I from 49 to 63 cents.IN ((3200) 3:31| ,4:7. J.c, 21 (3201)-3:3L 4' 7, U 21 --- -

Three of testimony before -

I n McGee's days Senate'Commerce,, FLORIDA.IN THE AND!.COUNTY FOR ALACHUA JUDGE'S COUNTY.COURT.IN CURTIS ,MATHES ,does it again!, 23" WALNUT CONSOLE TV

Subcommittee last week proSTATE RE: Estate of
ALMA IMOGENS FENNELUNOTICE Complete' Home Entertainment ..CenterIv
,
OP FLORIDA I TO CREDITORS e Buy-a tested and
CentntleslM of ALMA
Estate
Florida Development AH creditors of the
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA l IMOGENE FENNEL, Deceased. are
productS
Notice Is hereby-Given thet-he.Florida hereby notIfted-Md required to file any proven
Development Commission has Inspected dalm or demands which they may have J- -.-.. .
'
a Private Airport-site In Section against said of the
2 Township 7 South, Range IS County.JUdge EAlad ttue eCo Florida .. Buy from a dealer -
upon application of Messrs S. 'Y. In the Courthouse at Gainesville.
and A. D. Davis, ..BroadviewApart; Florida.wttWn-Jtt,(').. alen akmonths '= with 25
merits Jacksonville F1or14a.Inspedlon from date.of foe fW, yearsexperience
reveals the nits..4o 1* suit of,this notice. Each claim or demand r
able for the purposes Inended must be In writing and must state the ,r r>
Public notice Is hereby giver'that a place of residence and .post office address
Private Airport site approval' will xf the claimant and ;must be
be issued on or after April JO, 164, sworn to by,the claimant his agent or for
vnless prior to AprIL. .10.. >itS, cause l ii his attorney. orwill'become veld ac.cording ;. ____ e Get more your
shown In writing to this"Commisdon to lew.
why such Jem1t"ould .not be, grant /sMyrtle. F. Waldo' a* Admin 3g hard earned dollars
ed istratrix of the Estate of ALMA
"
f BY AUTHORITY' OF FlorWa Development IMOGENE FENNEL, Deceased..: emmbsial,1ILvVt1Iday" (31<&5)*10,-17...J4 ai.. .. 'I .
Of March A.O. 1964 -
WENDELL, JARRARD
Chairman EXPERIENCED [.e KinkadeNpIc-
ATTEST: ;
(3202)( 3:31 44 ..' ___ s'4 3n ture tube
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IN THE COURT OF_ THE _COUNTY Adding
JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORI :
e DA. IN PROBATE. '
IN RE: ESTATE OP o ,Hand Wired
'ames Deceased.To Wesley.W1IIk.. gheh., ; ,' ; Machinesand

All Creditors and Persons' Having S
Claims or Demands Against Said Es- Power transformer -
tate: !
You and each yoh-arsJlereby notified .. er
and required to present any.dalms Calculators:
and demands which you. or either of I
you may have against the estate of'
'
James Wesley Wtlllngham deceased. ALL FAMOUS NAMES: 30-inches wide,
: I EIIm TheGreensborCURTIS : >
late of said County.to the County Judgeof
Alachua County. Florida, at his office 291/z inches high
In the court house of said Countyat BURROUGHS -
Gainesville. Florida within six calen- VICTOR I.C III :
dar months from the time of the first REMINGTON .
publication of this notice. Each claimor lATHES
demand shall be In writing, and shall NATIONAL
state the place of residence and post ADDO-X COITIS MATHES
ifflce address of the claimant. and SMITH-CORONA 23,000 volt television
snail be sworn to by the claimant. his
agent his attorney and any such claim EVEREST Oiled walnut
.r demand not so filed shall be void. CLARY AM/FM/ radio l
Caroline H.Wllllngham ODHNER $ 90095 $10000
As executrix of the Last WIN and .
Testament of James Wesley Willing- REGNA ...23-inch 23,000
ham deceased MONROE 4 ,stereo ,
First publication March 17. 19" MARCHANT speaker
(3167) 3:17. 24.. 4.11 4:7 I FRIDEN volts

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Every 'One Completely Recon Oiled walnut cabinet .
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, ditioned and in Perfect Shapeto
FLORIDA.IN el-yr.> warranty: on
Save Yen Money on
REEstate ofWILLIAM your .
Deceased. G. COWPERTHWAITE, Income Tax. 1 yr. warranty on parts parts and picture

AH creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORS Estate of WILLIAM REDUCED and picture tube tube Iuu '
G. COWPERTHWAITE Deceased,
are hereby notified and required to file 41 OR MORE w/t. ,w. /la
any claim or demands which they may .
have again said Estate In the Office OFF Reg.
of the County Judge of Alachua County. 2
Florida. In the Courthouse at Gainesville List Price
Florida, wJthln six ,U> calendar BUY OR' LAY-AWAY NOW
months from the date of the first publication ,
of this notice. Each claim or demand ALL GUARANTEED 100%
must be In writing and must -30 Days FOR MOTHER'S .DAY!
state the place of residence and post
office address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his agent ,KISEROFFICE 1 =
or his attorney or It will become.void
according to law.
June S. Cowperthwalte, as Execu EQUIPMENTNew 'IUiIfri
trix of the Estate of: WILLIAMG.
COWPERTHWAITE I ,j Deceased.W. Location
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y ..vaeWC vs ..4'.
the basketball tourney action in Florida last month In the camp of the Detro
Tigers there'ls,an acute awanness ,
and in March there have been several comments and -
early 9 team's' fortune
that the. e i
letters in this space, pro and con, regarding the.cIass1fication may,rest heavily on the come !

system used in Florida: play. back of pitcher Frank Lary, th f ,
faaied.Yankee-slayer who ] 1
High school,basketball fans in the area will be interested in ly blunted his,sword agah final'I

a letter from a former Gainesville resident, Guerry McClellan, perennial American I

k BOW residing in Urbana, HL ihampions. : i


Dear Joe: And, with every outing, Lar:; _
I was interested in your recent columns dealing with the th
ems to be regaining e
problems of over-classification of high school state basketball Tuesday, March 31, 1964
,FLORIDA'S RON CREASE OUT AT FIRST sharp, crisp form that mad e
tournaments. Having previously been resident of good old
a : '
.
in 1961
,State'.First, Baseman Unser Makes Play him a 23-game winner
The veteran right-hander; wto:>>

will be 33 before the seasoi 1 .

Gators Seek Salvage \ opens, pitched six strong innings .

: ,Monday' and lowered IW Lassman Goes

S earned run average to an eye
opening U9' by allowing on!]

Against State Today; two hits and one run as the Tigers -

whipped Cincinnati 6-3 ii: Before Group ::
-
an exhibition game.
Florida and Mississippi State the trick. third that tied the game at rl.1 More Innings

were to wind up their two-game State scored in the second inning came when, starting pitcher Lary now has worked more innings .
Gainesville and ,attending the games of many tournamentsand baseball series at 3 pjn. today on a long inside the park in spring training thai In Probe
walked went to
Danny Eggart
Ring
,
wondering what the outcome would have been in an un at Perry FJeld.with the Gators I home run by first baseman Del any other Tiger pitcher:and the
second infield out and .
classified tournament I thought the following information on an *
trying to recover, from yesterday's Unser.Three more runs came in'Ithe.sixth word from Manager 'Chuck
,would be of interest to you. Florida committed scored on an error.. The second is .. ,
Dressen WASHINGTON AP EdWard
lopsided loss to the Bull as : ( ) quiry is to determine U the
.know Illinois1 basketball : errors in the fray. run in the eighth: came on a Lassman, president of the Clay-Liston fight to
As.you may or may not the state seven walk to Ron Creese, infield: 'out "From what I can see so far points a
tournament was completed last weekend and is completely dogs.Mississippi 1 State starter Doug Hutton, the and'infield single by Tom Shan- there is'. nothing wrong, wit I World: Boxing-Association; 'appears need,to 'place professional box'
unclassified. There are 735 teams which participate in a series ,State combined,,a basketball guard, and his'relief, which Creese scored him." before the Senate antitrust Ing under tight federal policing..
non on
of*district, regional, sectional; super-sectional and finally ,t estate flock of Gator errors and walks Frank Chambers limited the from second.:. :and monopolysubcommit. i Heard Enough .

,tournament here in Champaign-Urbana 'with the eight with timely. hitting to down the Gators' to two hits. Button'was Lary, meanwhile, remains: tee 'today as the probe: of the ,Chairman" Philip A. Hart, D-

survivors of this grind. UF, 10-2, yesterday. The defeat walking a half- dozen before After, ,today's :encounter wit 'cautious. Clay-Liston championship:fight Mich., says the subcommittee-

snapped a "six-game Gator win relieved three State the Gators will goon the draws to a close.
being including already has heard of
enough
In this select group was a team known as the Cobden Apple- "The arm. seems all rlghttthe
knocker from extreme southern Illinois.,This:town has a total streak and dropped the UF'smark in a row with two outs in the road Friday and Saturday for a .said recently., "Sure, I wishI Lassman's appearance- is an mysterious, money deals and of

population MO and the high school has an enrollment of 147. to 8-3 for the season. State seventh, but.escaped trouble. pair of important SEC games at could.forget the.last two years opportunity to solve a puzzler: possible underworld involve-
now is.82. Florida's first in the 'Auburn.. his for ment in the of the bout
Nevertheless, this team not Only 'made it to-the tournament ,run but_a lot of'guys:have rim! into what were reasons sug staging ;
bat made it to the championship game after eliminating the Fortunately the game did not the same problem.This is some- gesting the, association .,strip sn that. !we've got the momen-

previous favorite Decatur count in Eastern Division base- thing I,have to work out for my- Cassius Clay of the heavyweight tum" to pass legislation.Sam .

>aU standings.Florida is 5-0 to Azalea Golf Win self." title and bar Sonny" Listen,from Margolis, acknowledging;

Pekin won the state championship by five points (50-45)'tbus) 3-1 for Auburn in that SEC another :crack at it? And why a highly profitable friendship;

bursting-the balloon of the sentimental' favorites at" the very race. While Lary was turning in a' did withdraw the suggestion? ,with listen and an association;

end. might mention that en'route to this victory, Pekin shot The Bulldogs broke open yeserday's strong; performance, Gary Pet-' The stated reason for the inLen with underworld figures Frank-

a torrid .700 in the first half. Cobden staged a major comeback game with five runs in Spurs Besselinkondround ers of the Chicago White Sox Carbo and Frank: (Blinky) Pa-,

in the-second half and whittled down a 14-point lead to the ,fourth inning to.snap a 1-1 came through with.! his best effort lermo, swore Monday the fight"absolutely" ;

only,one point during the last half. tie. Four UF errors,'a walk, hit of the spring. Peters,'Amer- Wilkens was not fixed. He:
Rookie'of the Year
batter By KEN ALYTA 65. But a great :par lean League denied heatedly that he was"fronting" :
and four State
did
Small School, Big Boys singles WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) four on the final hole saved him in '1963, pitched. one-hit ban in ,Lifts HawksPast for Carbo,and Palermo
.. his' six-inning workout as the when he secretly obtained:
It is'only fair to acknowledge that Cobden'had three starters '* "I should be a great- player the $2,700 top money and nosed White Sox defeated St. Louis 21. without, paying a cent, on -half.

6-5 and'one 6-6 starter. The first five had two brothers and two Miss state from now.on. I've got every out Lionel Hebert. Lakers of Listen's stock in InterconU-.
ab r h Florida lit r h Extra Innings
cousins (not related to the brothers) and one outsider on it. A Nichols, ef 421 Creese. 2b 210 shot there is. I have a good "Confidence" nental Promotions Inc., whichr
Meadows ss 21 1 Duncan. If 401 Elsewhere, three games were
and
ISwing hit drives :
pretty tight-knit group, I'd say. Gottln rf 5 0 3 Zabala 100 now good "This should give me c nfi- decided in extra-innings. Ty ST. LOUIS (AP) Little Len had also secretly paid Clay 50.'.
Brogan, If 500 Trammel! ef 2. 0 good iron shots and I'm. putting
:Thb group made its way from the district tournaments right Wlllcvtt 2h 5 21 b-Wllson cf 000 .well. dence. Winning here could mean Cline's 10th inning triple with! Wilkens caught the Los Angeles :000 for the right to promote his:

up-to.the totalled Elite Eight. This little school accomplished Smith Unser., c Ib, 11 513 0 Shannon Blomgren, Ib 400 301 The speaker was Al Besselink, $25,000 for me," h he added, re- twoS men on carried Milwaukeeto Lakers looking the wrong wayas next bout. ..
Jones, 3b: 3 01 Mntgomry 3b ,3 0 0 ferring'to' fringe benefits a cir- Kansas he boosted the St Louis I Robert Nilon, executive vice:
as much and more than a high school with an enrollment of Hutton. p 321 Porter c 200 shortly after he slipped home a a 4-1 victory over ,
more than 4,000 (Evanston) did in the same tournament.and Chambers PI. 0 Morcrort Eggart u 300 010 one-stroke winner of the $20,000( cuit victory brings. City, Willie Davis doubled home Hawks into the final playoff of president of Intercontinental

had to play,more games just to.get a chance. a-Pendley., 1 0 o Azalea Open golf ,tournament Besselink had rounds of.70-65- the clincher in the 12th ,as' the the National Basketball Associ- whose brother Jack Nilon wdIJston's :
Elliott p xoo unliste d m a n a g e r;
A-flroonded out for Eg art In 5th. Monday. It was the first tour 72-75 to finish six under par for Los Angeles Dodgers edged,the ation's Western Division.
The 'Apphknockers 'didn't-win it but it Tasn't because the -talked for Trammell In ttlu c- New York Mets 7-6 and Baltimore swore that even be didn't know
ned out for Duncan In fth. victory in almost seven years four trips .around.the 6,744-yard The'Lakers had their eyes_on
16,000-plus crowd at every game didn't support them as the Miss. state .s10,03001.10 struck for nine' in the that LIston had agreed to sunsrender
sentimental favorites. I wrote this letter to add support to the Florida ............ 001000010-2 for 39-year-old husky Mer- Cape Fear Country Club course. runs Bob Pettit, Cliff Hagan'and half his purse for the

unclassified tournament in which A (one) state champion is E-Eggart 2. Trammel. Jones. Montgomery RBI-Meadows 3,, Duncan Get-- chantville, ; N. 'J., blond'who returned His total matched the tournament 145.10th'. and walloped Washington I Richie Guerin, the top, point- bout to Jack Nilon, until this

crowned. Also, 'I think that a team like Cobden deserves all LOB In 3.-State Bragan.., Florida Unser 2,f.Hutton PO-A-State, Shannon.27- to the tournament trail high, turned in by three In other' games, Jim Hart'hit makers for, the Hawks. But Wil was disclosed in, the hearings.
after three Philadelphia winners
S Florida 27 7. years as a previous since the 1949
the credit it receives. HR-Unser. DPMeadowsto kens, the smallest man on the "Incongruous"He
homer in San Fran-
thr
wnicutt to Unser. SB-Tnrnmell. club inauguralPl a e-nm ,
area '
Meadows, Catlln. S-AAeadows. pro. court at 6-foot-l inch, knifed in- insisted he saw nothing'incongruous"
cisco's 10-2 walloping of Cleveland
Still those columns write and'as alumnus A the
enjoy reading you an Bragon If 500 triple bogey seven on
of the U of F, I agree that the football team should play at Hutton CW- 2-0) ....... 7r10b1 s* bb 7 next to last hole, where he put ying 18 holes In Monday's ,rookie Tony Horton hit a and-out among the Giants for 30 in the fact that
Gainesville. hampers ........._.... 211134.5 weather was punishing.: Shortly ninth inning homer,for.Boston's points that led to a 121-108 victory no medical consultation was involved
borne.In Hope that the Gators can get up enough his tee shot out of bounds, almost -
Eggart (U 3-1) ......... 50432 when Listen refused to
after
dawn ,
a cold wave struck the Chicago Cubs, ,Monday night.
steam to bold the mini m'their future encounters. Elliott ... 1/ S 4 4 7HBPSMlth cost him the tournament 8-7 edge over
1Eggart). 'U-Butts,* Belbedc. ,- which he ,had led since a sea: town and ,temperatures.plungedto Immie,Hall ,and Earl Battey The Hawks now travel to San answer the bell for the seventh
Sincerely yours, T221. A-do. 37 degrees when play began. homered hi Minnesota's 7-3 triumph Francisco Wednesday for the round of the Feb. 25 fight, there-

Guerry H. McCleHan. The wind howled an day at from over Pittsburgh and the opener of a best-of-seven series by losing the title to Clay.

300 S. Goodwin Bauer Picks 25 to 39 miles an hour.: New 'York Yankees defeated against the divisionchampionWarriors. Hart and S. Jerry Cohen, sub

Urbana, Illinois Philadelphia 4-2 with Pedro Gonzalez committee counsel, suggested
"When I saw the conditions, I Listen seemed to have a lot of
the tournament committee Florida School collecting 'a homer.Houston's Cincinnati and Boston clash
Since the High realized'that nobody could beat 'shut Oklahoma "aides" not publicly listed who
Activities Association will continue to study the classification par out there and decided to Colts out tonight in Boston in the first were putting the bite heavily on
Coast
problem In Florida is hoped that McCleUan's views.wiU,be Yanks Again. play for pars, treating each hole City of' the Pacific called game'; of the Eastern. Division. his earnings. They noted that

passed along.-Incidentally, state. champion. Pekin is a,town of individually," Besselink related; after League six 54)innings) in a because game of cold final, playoff., Us.;wmad: .testified in 1960 that

about 25b00.Although;) :- I III (Cincinnati Pettit didn't have'a bad night ic'could not read or write.
Detroit
'MIAMI (AP) Blunt-spoken pennant,but we've got to have I and edged he hit 23 and nabbed have testified that
i as points JThe.Nitons;
II
the Sunshine State may not be ready for single Ga In a B team game
classification play at this date, it would 'seem that a merger,of lank Bauer, showing more good years from Brooks Robinson ors Rip rebounds.Hagan7notebeci39markers : f he 1 ;;se r promotional deals

Class; AA and A into one unit and Class B and C into another courage than tact picks the I at third, Jerry Adair at second -. and Guerin 19. But Wil- were violations of World Boxing ,

would be a start in the,right direction. In any event a fifth New'York Yankees to repeat as and Jackie Brandt in cen Duke '8 1 kens: was the man of the hOur. AsSOciation rules. But they said

classification. AAA. is something that Florida high school.bas- American League champions. ter.,We've also got to get a good ; IIn Exhibition, 'The.Hawks surged from, a'56- hajeagerness of states and tit

ketball needs,like the weather that showed up today. Moreoever, he selects' his own year ,out of our right fielder, 56 halftime deadlock.a723 l tiCfor the-prestige and profits

It leaves us cold! Baltimore club J to, finish, third whether he's Sam' Bowens or Tennis spread .that grew to
with the Minnesota Twins. in Willie Kirkland." Standings start of? 'thefinal--periodr-The ikely Championship thaVihe fight association make it could un-

second place. Here's how Florida scored 8-1 tennis Lakers never came Close again. "
Beuar picked the an do much about imposing meanIngful -
Widow Wins "I know there'll I be repercussions win Duke' NATIONAL;, LEAOUBW Elgin Baylor paced the
order of finish: over yesterday at .the! L Pet ,, jsanctions, against vio-
," said the dauntless Oriole I 1. New York. 2. Minnesota. 3. OF varsity courts to boost its San Milwaukee Francisco 11 14**Jt.101* Lakers ,with 28''pointsttook : atorsT:..',*"

& manager. '"But I'm just being !Baltimore. 4. Chicago. 5. Detroit record to 8-4 for the season., St. Louis 10 ..714 him 32' shots to hit his '11 Hart said he did not plan to

= Rich Double honest about .it r suppose I t 6. Cleveland. 7. Boston. 8. The Gators were to 'meet Chicago Pittsburgh. 10 .5',M<2S field goals. Jerry West had 25 call either Listen or Clay as

could rose-color my, way Los Angeles. 9. Kansas City::10. Amherst today: ,m 'a. match Los Houston Angeles "- 4. 4*.57t JOO markers. ,despite a 'hampering witnesses because he considers

through the season but that 'Washington.The starting at 1:30 pjn. Cincinnati Philadelphia/ '. 7 4 7.162ut 0 .47 fifth, personal foul 'midway "the record is, ample" to guide

wouldn't be me., I've always New'York 7 2.4 through the third quarter. Congress.,
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) '- MarionW. day was yesterday March 29, called ..'* first-year pilot of the Against the Bin DevIlS 'the I AMERICAN ..LEADUSBanimere .
.' a de'a.jpade. ,
sp Orioles called 7-6.s u
Jones of, Washington, D.C. and it's cold at home,",and won The hard-bitten ex-Marine the Indians the' Gators won an six'singles New York. 7 'S.MiI
sleeper club, the Tigers the Minnesota 4 7 jUt
visited racetrack Monday for
a on Romoquifl, $l 2O, in me never one to, mince words, matches ando of the doubles. Detroit Suhingce 7 f 43S Jack
the first time in 20 "bet most improved but reserved the 4 t ,m M
years BE1 Florida's No. 1
Tym, player .
1 F
ninth on the theory"my daughter added: Cleveland S 12 .400 GOLh
$2 on four hunches in the Gulf. highest praise for the Twins. was forced into a three-set Chicago 5-f JS7 Nick'lau.
is studying Roman history "Every club in our league is Lee Angeles .333Boston
stream Park twin double,. and "The reason I picked the match to top Duke's. star, Jerry, 613. '
second largest in school"The confronted with ifs except the Twins ahead of us is because Mattson.- Kansas CIty 4 11 J<7 ? ;f'MA1rag '
$81,181.80
won Standings Include: only games betweenmi
payoff in'American racing his largest payoff in history Yankees. They're set at every they've got,a real good,.hitting Results: lor league teams minor and do not Include MY PIAN FOK Ala 16,.190 W. ,PAR .3
against
position. And.tbeJ'ie got the games league teams or
team, maybe the best in the
"B" leant.games' .
tory. -M.llUO-went to two Miami '
strongest beech. league." 'SINGLESTym' defeated -t..>s i PI u 1OCAnoNWliL
The dark-haired widow said Beach cooks on 'March 5. Just "Several"He" Mattson, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1;'Dave Bon- Detroit.YESTERDAY'S 4, Cincinnati 2 RESULTS e MIN '11IGtYP6

she ,"didn't even know what a 11 days ago three Canadianswon' Tve' got a' good team, too, ner 'defeated, Jim Cheek, 6-1, Houston coIct. S. Okie., City_ .PCL t 4 Innings. -vL4rep&r or1"0 13E '

twin double was" until Mondayand $77,040.60 at Gulfstream on I but:"I'e got several ifs. It's Wave Seeks 6-2; Steve'G rdner:' 'defeated Los Angeles N 7, New York" 'N 4 12 kw :, I 15 ON -rr6EPf OR '
1b; )
the twin double. I Ken 7-5 6-2 .Jerry IngsMilwaukee Y' &1DE A DRAW h8MJGDLE .
"wouldn't have come to the highly possible we could win the McCuHough ; 4. Kansas City 1 10 Innings Wlt-t GURt. IN
Pfeiffer defeated Doug Jones, 6- New York A 4V Philadelphia 2 11rHE HOLE. .
friend t. Chicago A 2, St.; Louis '11 \\
races at an except a got
Fourth Win 4, 6-3; Don Losman,, defeated Boston I, Chicago N 7 WA AVOIP PAVING
t from the swimmingpool" San Francisco 10 Cleveland 2. 6tlJC 1'J..IG BANKED
me
away '
Nat Broker, 8-6. 3-6, ,M;. Vic Baltimore 14. Washington 5 IB ,Innings. CONTOUR of"f1.t REQ4
1! ,Major Leaguers Switch Stone defeated, Tony Graver, 6- TOMORROW. AMES, WI"p" 1'H6 AUroo -
P. K. Yonge was to seek its : Onchmatt vs. New York N g 1.Y.
.1 She. idher_ ,escortpve; her I fourth straight baseball win today 0, 62. I' Milwaukee Lee Angeles,vs.N xOUcago vs. Minnesota A / tyuClct PlN ...Ar ;.

$20 to spend 1.orfun"_ ,and she To BaseVOWL Tonight. in a' game with Santa Fe! DOUBLES defeated-Matteon Banner .Cbffjf-Gardner : Pmsburgh Phiiadolpnto vs.vs.Baltimore St. Louis, 5ra AP AlGJIf"c.GN'' 'tUtfifJ:

l would give him $25,000 of her at" the Blue Wave diamond. Chicago N vs- Boston. AND 6+ "
.. 6-0, 6-1; McColJough.108es', San. FrVL'. Los Angeles A AN UPJ.UJ.1 PU1''f.J'l.AYJN .
winnings; 'm ere are lots of Game time was .set at 4 p-m. x-Chicage A vs.. WasMngtan (;, tt'M1S WAY
TAMPA (AP)- ty'maJ: r losers Each (D) defeated Pfeiffer Ron Rebel New York A vs. Detroit 1
member of the 10-
-
I can do with the rest ,, r..A'If YEAR ENA91tsP
things The;Wave toppled the Rebels *c icsg. A nina tfvhtod squad.
; 1-3. Stone Ed
league baseball, and officials hubs, 6-4, 3-6, Da-
players
N.fi0 6>c.orH
man,teams will roll one frame. I
she added.:One. thing she's going will in an earlier meeting thanks to vis 'defeated Craver Roger 4Y$ l3IRD1G I NAT, MO5S T
get a profitable respite
The match !
t will ,be taped (by I. ..IKeJ.Y WON 11-te
to do'is extend her Florida from spring training to NBC) far a natioBaBy4ekrised a late big inning. Greenwood, 6-4, 62. Concrete & ,
'
f. vacation'ihrough: the weekend. : Robert Stearns to hurl "
today
night at a Tampa bowling aHey. was 11Mft7
sports special next Sateday. I ,
f ,She_,tad planned to go home They will take part ia the The National_ Leape'team includes' for PItY with Greg,Blount -PKY yesi Wins :151Demy -

f t 'Wednesday.Vacationing-.- third annual Major League 'Duke Snider,' Jim likely to pitch for Santa Fe. : ...

: V "with 'her daugh Baseball-Bowling Championship. O'TooleFrant: Robinson,Ernie Starting for PKY will be Tom: : Concrete ,beat Citizens 'I

j.i. I ter, 11, Mrs. Jones. said-she bet which'Will. have as an added Broglio, Nellie Fox,,'Curt>Simmons Hansen first base; Danny Den- In Track bank'U.l and Sperry a'from ((1 =lilt, 1 ;,

attraction a NationalAmericanLeague Art Mahaffey> ,:Frank Boiling also, third base;"Steam Cy Florida National Bask '16-H in
: : )
t' By Jeep,:ISJO, in the fifth race BRANFORD P. K. Yof e,
A1J..Star basebowl .' .
game.In and ''Attmafi Lott right field .George Soflev overtime
The ;
George > -in: Cadet cafe games ;4tii1Llhw y
I because "I 'have a younger i Santa Fe aDd Bnafdrd wffl I meet -- tE
the'nalD event; the 10 '
American Leaguers' Norm shortstop; Rusty Marcus *'
sate .
I at tfaeBoys :Cbb.Leading'scorers
; brother with the nickname'Jeep' baseball bowlers will be rolling in a triaagakr:track'event;a* :
Cash Jerry La catcher :John) center '
peWayne ; Veip1 .. : Jerry Dowdy
." She chose' 'Challenge I today on,the asphalt oval
for $3,090 in. cash priI s. Lee p.m.
Causey, Chuck Bjflletv Floyd field; R Ie k y'Waglow, second herevThe : Denny; 14; Fred Pace, Spei.r" -
in the sixth because .
Ship, $13.60, who 1M
Stange a pitching
posted Robinson, Stange, Jim, Gentile, base,and Ronnie Rodgers, left ate Mme, 'Bet.meDeJght -
r ". "I entered the,real estate business 'record with the Minnesota I : host Bacs, and she ;in ; Marty
Harmon Kfflebrew d Ron
an field. : ; Joe LaBeD?;CoWboys
vading Blue Wave >from Gamevffle *- ;
'
in October and it was a Twins last season, is the defending e r -
l"1 real challenge." bowling champion. & Han5eD. iI> Haasen is bitting .500, Deonlson are expected: to,.wages :;eight; Dennis. Underwood:

if. r The
I ...... .She..."bet-March; .}-Blow, .$JUO, $Mfoeaeh :tsesa -;;of;the .team jrHHw: .named Jeij before Stearns,'..273. to top'the. bat. department -. havefnet'.. .--*" ,'group- v yT**..fera.:;thitA rfrrgeri 1A;, ,Hal" -,Tngman' ...
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fi tit I &' 12 Athletes Will Receive Pre.matuire'Cold Medals. ; .1 I Ie



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; < ) New York Time When this observer watched the teams from the Soviet .a round balL. Their instinct and habit Is to kick 1L American But there Is no need for concern. The source of supply in

I By ARTHU RDALEY Union, Yugoslavia, Brazil, Italy and other of the stronger boys would dribble it with their hands and, If there was a basket this country is bottomless. Almost .certaIn to be picked are J

NEW YORK Twelve young men will be handed the equiv- basketball powers during the Rome Olympics four years ago handy, climax the dribbling with a jump shot at the hoop. such All-America 'collegians_as Walt Hazzard of U.C.L-A., Bill''''' ;
alent of Olympic gold medals this weekend. They will have to he was surprised to find them so skillruL They did everything ,
I The first basketbaU this ever Bradley of Jones of Villanova, Cassia Russell "
Olympic competition: reporter Princeton Wally
:
wait six months to collect them but that is of little consequence. almost as slickly'as the, Americans except for'one all-im 1r ,
i S t I No other athletes representing the United States in the OlympIc portant item. ,saw was at Berlin in 1938. Two Amateur Athletic Union teams,_ of Michigan, Lucius Jackson' Pan American and others of :

Games at Tokyo next,October wfl Ihave the same built-in the Phillips Oilers and Hollywood Universal, took turns in de- the extra-ordinary crop of collegians and postcollegians.The 1

i f t' guarantees of successful completion of their missions as thist' They just can't make the shots the way we can, said Pete molishing the opposition with ridiculous ease. The only time
Newell, the coach of the American forces. "They handle the 'candidates will be divided into eight all-star teams and

i lucky and enormously talented dozen. ball as well they maneuver as well, they dribble as wen but either was pressed was in practice games when,they performed it will not be an elimination tournament but more of a round, ;
J the,lads who will dazzle the rest of the world in
These are they still can't pop the ball through the hoop the way our kids against each other. robin of sorts. In effect, it will be a display case for individual
basketball tournament Their identities will be -
; the Olympic can." talents with the Olympic team also becoming an all-star I
determined after,a three-day tryout competition on Thursday, But the gap has narrowed tremendously. The Americans no

J Friday and Saturday at St. John's University gymnasium And that's still .the name of the game. American boys cut longer.can: laugh their way to victory..Nowadays they have twork. group.

f here. selection. committee will pick the dandy dozen their eyeteeth on basketballs. Almost from infancy they shoot .for it even though their closest match in 1960 was a 24- '""The early games will worry me most," said Newell before

) (plus six alternates) from 96 availables who-not only are the at)baskets attached,to barn doors or to poles in the backyard. point margin, over the Soviet Union. Perhaps, have for the Rome Olympics began. "Once we get to the final round, ,

best amateur roundball performers in the country but prob- They shoot In playgrounds and school gymnasiums. They develop gotten who was on that team. you the squad will have played together sufficiently to develop'teamwork.

ably in the universe.A their shot-making to a fantastic degree, especially the At present, though, we're still ragged." He need

guy isn't being swept away by chauvinism when he states unstoppable jumper, until the shots.come in a natural, unstud- Among] the gold-medal winners in 1960 were such as'Oscar. not have worried. Before the first game was over, these boys'

that America produces the most gifted practioners of the ied flow. When foreigners shoot at the hoop, it seems like a Robertson, Jerry law, Walt Bellamy,'Terry Dischlnger and looked as though they'd played together all their lives. .

dribble dive:ion. He is merely being realistic. The United conscious effort Jerry West, all now superstars in the professional National Whoever makes'the team can be certain of the fact that he

r States has never lost in Olympic competition over the years Perhaps soccer is partially to blame. That's not as farfetched Basketball Association. So this will be an entirely new squad, has assured himsilf of an Olympic gold medal. Presentation i

\4 and the superiority is so manifest that it is absolutely safe to an idea as it might seem. Anyone traveling through Europe a development which should have eye-popping import to the ceremonies, however will. not take place until October in

assume that such superiority will be continued. finds himself jolted slightly when he sees a group of boys with holdovers from the rest of the world.

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YORK (AP) -.Four and John McLendon of Kentucky pionsbips and two from the NEW YORK (AP) Oscar, Players named to the first

prominent college basketball State. Armed Forces. J Robertson, who leads his Cincinnati .. team get a $200 bonus and those

coaches come to town today to 'They'fl direct the four all-star Ail-American teammates against Boston l on the second squad $100. I
tonight in the NBA Eastern
t Division
handle the kind of teams every college teams-three from. thee The college squads include -- playoffs, heads a famiIiarlooking IDoubleheader i
.
National Collegiate A \ and
most of the season's All-
coach dreams about-each with past < 1 band of league al.stars
from the National Association of America and Little All-America ;
r the frustrating knowledge that for 19641.
Intercollegiate Athletics-in the selections six members of the ,
.
he,can't win. .0'< "" Slated Today
'L_ Olympic? tryouts on the St. UCLA squad and the tallest and f The team, selected by the vote
'J
The coaches are John Wooden John's University court, Thurs most-talented college players ; \, : lt.tt.' of sports writers in the 'NBA BRONSON Riverland Conference '

of UCLA's national' champion day..Oother teams in the three- from every sector. The NAJA \. \ TR1! 1' cities and announced Monday,t softball twin bill is on

team; Amory (Slats), Gill, who day session are two all-star squad represents smaller col- 3 It tti, ",11...,.. has four holdovers from the: tap today.

is retiring as Oregon State squads picked from last,)Ve, k' leges, but physically,its just as i.1.. [/f/U, ;- ) ={V 1963 team and is composed oi f *
I J. '!> the same five men who made Cedar Key is to play Bronson, ...
cham- ,
_.coach; Jack Gardner of Utah,! Amateur Athletic Union,_ big as of the others. .., up
I any the 1962 squad.Rcbertson in the first game ,with, ,Bell, '

j The college teams win be meeting the Eagles in the night-
Bolin s 'playing under unfamiliar rules, the only unanimous cap. First contest is set.at-1:3r< ,,' .
Firing l selection, is joined on the I
I which probably won't handicap
l first team' by Wilt Chamberlainof p.m.The ,
them'much. The big differences San Francisco,' Bob Pettit of Western Division winner .

are' the angled foul lanes St, Louis and Elgin Baylor and is to play the Eastern Divjslon :
Dark Smiling spreading 19 feet at the end f CYX' Jerry West of Los Angeles. champion at 7:30 p..m.'ThursdaT
line, and the international ball, at Hawthorne. """ -WI

which is a little heavier and Only Chamberlain failed to

PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) ,- Bob better still he walked only threeto harder to control than the vh\m 2'3.VR 4' tt... p.Yiw..h I make the first team' last year. 1 I

Bolin Joins the list of, reasons. indicate. his control has 'im American balL. Its Derby Time The second team is composedof DEEP SEA

Alvin Dark smlles''more this proved. three Boston Celtics Bill

spring. The day'before,Bob Shaw had The NCAA squads have Gene McCallam, clinic director for the July 18 Gainesville Jaycee Tropical Russell, Tom Heinshon and John

given a solid pitching performance. played a couple of exhibitions Pontiac Derby, discusses building a soapbox racer with Buddy Dreblow at the Havlicek along with Jerry FISHINGFrom

The fireballing right-hander And rookies Jim Hart and during, the ,past week, but first clinic meeting last week. Clinics will be held three times a week at the Lucas'of Cincinati and Hal I

hurled six innings Monday as Jesus Alou continued to displaythe tLere'll be little time for practice Boys Club beginning Friday. All prospective race participants are invited to Greer of Philadelphia.

the Giants, as usual, whipped potential of major league as units under the different attend.Petzold's. Pettit made the first team for
Cleveland. This time the score performers. 'conditions. Steinhatchee, Fla. ,
the 10th consecutive
was 10-2 and marked the seven ; I year .
Pitching and the play of those I
triumph without defeat for Man- So why can't anyone win?; 608 Series equaling the league record for on
two rookies are the big un-
selections help by the now retired -
Dark's the In- Well when the \
ager troops over three-day ses- .
San
answered for
questions j \ Bob Cousy of.Boston. It
dians. sion is the U.S.
over, Olympic
Francisco. r 'The WINNER'
was the sixth' first-team' berth
.
Basketball Committee and Hank
Bolin gave up just one hit and Hart, counted on as the third Tops Commercial Loop for Baylor, the fourth for'both I
Iba of Oklahoma State the
i 65' Feet
baseman, walloped his first Chamberlain and Robertson and Long ,

homer as a Giant in Monday's I Olympic coach, can pick just 18 the'third for WestStarke 18 Feet Wide ....

game His first-inning clout men from the whole group. The Max Petzold.Duke L u m b with 478 and J J
-4 'final er women u dy Nachtrieb! 5-8-10;, and ,Boyce Coast Guard
Inspected
against Gordon Seyfried scored Olympic squad will consistof Company, led the Commercial Brown, Busch, had a 464. Bruce Crow,_ 57. !
> ,Willie Mays and Willie McCovey 12 regulars and six alternatesand League at Palm Lanes last Purdy, University City Bank, Vs. Lounge room &

ahead of him. team results ''won't mean night, with 'a 608 series. Pet.zold had a ;?;10 high game.: L. Hesch topped the Sperry Snack bar

He finished the day with a .345 much in the selections.The rolled 186199223. I Busch Bavarian topped teams Second Shift with a 565, on 167- Leaves Taylor's Dockat

d .average for the spring and Alou program calls for each with a 1987 series and Moose 151-247 with the latter game Lake 7:30 a.m.
ran his consecutive-game hil- team to play: three times. Frank Gago, Walt's E's s o had a 714 single game high. high single. C. Buck had 564 and CitySTARKE Returns 5 to 6 p.m.

/ !ting streak to an even ,dozen I'Service, had a 578, Joe Sora- Splits were made by Bea W. Sneed 554. i

with a single. His one-for-four mese, Bank of Hawthorne, 574; Shaw, 4-10; Della Crowe, 6-7-10 Splitters had a"1588 set and a The Bradford Co.

performance left his average at QuaZifyillgThursday and Hal Betz, Wise's Drug Bruce Purdy, 47.10; HarveyFrosh ;! 552 high'game. Hesch made the Tornadoes were to ,make an
a flat .395. Store, 574. Frank Palka, Bank cf 6-7-10 split and Dennis'the 510. other ,try today for a Florida $5.00 per person I
Hawthorne had 237 single Conference baseball $1.00 for Rod &
Bolin gave up ,a firstinningrun a Star win'lna R..I. .

to the Indians at ,Phoenix game 'high.Budweiser. UF Williston V. home game with Lake City. .

Municipal Stadium and be truly 925-1056- The contest was ,to start at 1:30
It. Dick Howser drew a At KeystoneKEYSTONE registered Take WinFlorida's Trips open to individuals
gave The middle pjn.
I 9712952. game Sat. Sun. and I
"TRY wild Trips 'StarsWILLISTON HolidaysFor
i walk, stole second, was < the night's best. ...'"
W8S.
Starke lost to .St Augustinelast
KING :pitched to third and scored on HEIGHTS- .
Leon Wagner's sacrifice. Members of the Keystone Wom- Milton St. Peter paced the freshman baseball The Williston week and had a game with '

EDWARD" The only hit off Bolin was en's Golf Association at the Twilight League at Palm Lanes team nudged Dykes High Vocational High School baseball Palatka rained out I Charter Mon., Tues., ,
School of Atlanta 2-0 I
AIMrica'.tatarpu!S.lImg Ci p.r 1_ John Romano's clean single to country club will open qualifying ,with a 578 series., Ralph Davis in' a game played, ,at yesterday Harris i team rallied for a 13-lb ;in yes- Either Emmttt Akridge. or Wed., Thurs. & Fri. ,

center in the second. Thursday for the' annual I had a 234 high, game. M. K. Field. terday over the Orange Lake I
Mark Hamilton will pitch for!
Forehand made the 3-4-6-7 split. ,
AllStars.The .
championship play in the 18 and9bole Bill Holmes of Busch Bavarian Danny Orr pitched,a,,twohitter the Tornadoes today against the
for the Gators win gave the Fighting Tigers Phone Cress ..-
Baby City
groups. t o p'p ed the Sun day Mix strikingout Columbia,, High Tigers. i :-
a 2-0 mark for the
season.
12 and
- ed at Palm Lanes with a walking only three. The two teams will play a
Freda will seek her loop
; Wyman Florida's yearlings got only Williston will help Lincoln Highof I HY 8-3423
J83 on 185201197. George return game Friday 'at Lake
third victory in the 18 hole
three hits from'a trio of Gainesville open.its diamond
I l:appe,, Farm Bureau, had 571. Dykes City. I I I j
1 event Pansy Hawes was run- '
Betty Scales, Busch, led the hurlers. In the first inning, after season Friday afternoon in a -
nerup last year. Kitty Martin Dykes starter Copeland walked game at Lincoln. Ji

- will seek a repeat in the 9-hole the first t and second batters i
Orange Lake ab r b WHIttto* all r b
tourney. Evelyn Scales was run- Track MeetPQstponed and they were sacrificed along, R. Trshr u 4 a 3 Scott. 3b 414: FAMOUS OVERNIGHT :
eip last Jim Frazier drove them both RIley, rf :321 Jones. u. 431 : \
i year. S. Smith, If 322 Jackson Cf 413Mitcftum
OLBi' : : The annual Junior Golf event in with a hit. 2t>> .22 Dawson 'C 404
OLOi H. smith C' 413: McCtendon. ib 41 1McFadden \
was played last weekend with Dykes High 000 000 00002UF : 1b 222 Terrell.' 2t>> 402
DEEP SEA FISHING I
Froth 200 000 x-23 C. Thrsltr cf' 1 1 Patterson rf 414 i
Robert Pater first and Marshall CHIEFLAND The Co. Thomas. 3b 32 Hunter ,If :333R. : :
Levy Copeland, Ardis (5)), Davis (7)) Smith. 9 'I 1 White p ill
Gallop Jr. second in the.advanced track meet originally set here Totals ,...? if UDofuMson, .p 312Tttat -
and Khays, Payne (5); Orr,and 34 l,*J \
t group.In tomorrow,' ,has been postponeduntil Collins. Orange Lake ......... 4 S 1 0 I 0 1--10 12. Hours Fishing Tinv/ You keep all your catch II,
H1CKQRj.T'I O'Connorwas WUiteton ............... 111131.-13:
girls play,Nancy next Monday, Doyle Mc- Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking

winner with Carol Stephenson Call, Indians track coach, said Anytime' and Breakfast at Sun Up Large SunDeck II r

second. In boys 9-hole play, today. _SPRING TIRE SPECIALS Plenty of Bait and Tackle.

I Stephen Brokas took honors with Williston bas a baseball encounter Boat Sails} Wed. and Thurs.,,8 a.m. Returns 5 \
Thomas Hawes second. tomorrow at Taylor 100%
p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m.. Returns, '
I In the 4 hole tourney Jimmy High in Pierson and some of $9.95600x13 Mrxt: Day at 2 p.m. '
Brown won and Keith Craig its players also compete 1 n NYLONALL

I finished second. I track. SIZES Write or Call ,

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I TALLAHASSEE (AP-With: week that Adams rejected one James Clearly Jr.. Dennis Patrick' :
Cleary James E. Cleary. William
r six weeks to go before: even or more financial reports, but Cleary Ml of West Palm Beach O. M.
the first the candidates' have corrects Hausaman, Mr*.' James Wellmon Jim Fla. Area
primary vote, one candidate -
Black all of Lakeland' William. Raleyof
TODAY'S
for governor reported them ,promptly. Winter Haven Mrs. Julie Pop of DOW JONES ,
Winter Haven, Gerald Smith of Lakeland ?
t; Monday that his campaign contributions John Mathews Jr. of. Jack- Ralph Seargenf of Lakeland. D. 8 Request II IIThe Prev. Close Components 1st Hr
Klbler III o(.Lakeland. Oscar Dottbi of
J I
amount to
: already sonville reported that he received -Lakeland.' Stephen A. Santacruz of Matthews Tells

1, 1 ,one-third million dollars. $20,399 in contributionslast Tampa Shearousa Miriam of widener West Palm of Ocala Beach, and Joseph I 815.29 I Indust I off 1.07

Fred 0. Dickinson of West week and that his campaign' M Albury of West Palm! Beach. 192.01 I Rails I off 0.13
MATHEWS Council ( following market quotations
t Palm Beach said that supporters total climbed to 150571. He'reported SIXMO Ed Swims of Jac anYlne. County ara requested specifically by reader
contributed $50,155 to his $30,171 in for WOO William G. O'Neill of Ocala 'of -the Sun financial page. The quotaSTOCK 'LISTINGS 137.63 I util I lunch
I expenses and Shank Robertson of Bradenton. tier art furnished by Pierce.
J governorship campaign las t a total of $115,728. $500 Phyllis Richter, Al Goodman ,BRONSON Congressman .barn......, Murphey Investment Service > i 282.3J I Stocks |IOU .23
t Belvln .Cooper. William Bailey, Bert S. ) -
week his total D. R. (Billy) Matthews last
I, bringing war Robert King High of Miami Brown all Miami; John Outs. D. O.: .. _28,306 I Volume I 1,440,000
chest fund to 334909. !said he received '$6,305 for Foshee Miami, both Beach Jacksonville; A J. ;Henderson.J J. Bloomof ofMI.mb night urged members of the N. Y. STOCK Tampa.Elec:. 26%o Divers Growth 9.88

Dickinson said that he had $61,456 total, and spent $ ,8fl bles. Fred_ B. Harnett of Coral Ga-. Levy County Rural Area Devel-- EXCHANGEAbbott Tech Measur 20%, Dividend'Shares 3.70

spent 1169,638 of the contributionS -for $45,877 totaL SJOOIt H. Reynolds_'H_ n of-, Carat--'-- Ga.-- ment Council to continue working TWA Wts. 24%I IVaispar Late Morning
Dreyfus
eluding $58,569, last The three tries.S250 toward their goal- of devel- 71h 20.57
Republican ,candidates Jo Anne Brown Grover C. Lab. 2.40 110
t week. Barren Barbara Eakel, Carol Goodman oping the county's agriculture, Fidelity Capit UnavailableFidelity N. Y.
reported much smaller Roland H. Johnson Phyllis Saba- Allied Cern. 1.80 56 OVER 1"BE cOUNTER Listing
i Hujrdon Burns of Jacksonville spending. Ino, all Miami; Mrs. Dean Eberhard waterways and recreation fa Amerada .Pt. 2.00 74 Fund 17.65Unavble
of Miami; Mark Eastland of Tampa ,
;
reported total contributions Charles ,Holley of St Petersburg Hugh R. Dowiing of Jacksonville. cilities. Am Elc. Pow. 1.16b 41 Alico Land 7% Fidelity Trenc

; of $247,947, including $83,454 last was high with $4,418 con- $1,000 Anvyn BURNS E. Bryce. George ,The congressman was the Amer. Enka 1.408 67AAmer. Amer Fidel Life 23% Fund'tal Invest 10.71 AllisChal 17% Int Pap 32

week alone. He said he spent tributed for a total 6503. He Champion..! Mrs., Martha Sack _Mrs. principal speaker at the annual Home1.44& 6m'' Amer Heritage 20%I Income of BostonIncorporated 8.32 Alcoa 76% Jones&L 77%
Peter Kerlll. Mrs. Richard Lewlson
f $19,789 last week for a total of reported spending $381 for a Louis Alchel,-'Helen Campbell Mrs. C RAD Council meeting, attended Amer. M. Fdy. .90 ,19 Amei' Nat.. Ins. 2M8- Am Air 48% Kais Al 38%
Inc.
$128,937 during the campaign. campaign total of $737 W.Frank Beauford Stockton,Robert,W. K.C.Weldon Lechner David Jr.F.. by around 100 persons Armco StJ. 3.00 74% Amer Pion'r Life 5% 9.74 Am Brk 54 Ken'cott 83
Scott Kelly of Lakeland was Banks. Martha Banks. Mrs. R.. L. at the Bronson Town HalL He Atch 1.2Oa 28 Anheuser Bush 48 Keystone K.2 5.62
H. B. Foster of Fort Myers Heath Annie L. Ferguson James 8.Windham. Topka. AmBdPar37% Ug &
My 78%
Keystone S-3
displaced by Burns for second Jacob F.. Bryan III,' Mrs. C. said that Levy County is dependent -Bauch Lomb 1.20 34tA Anodyne. 4% 17.12
reported $100 contributions fora L Mercer R. F. Phillips. Alex 'L. Gitmour -. Keystone S-4 Am Can 42 Loch'd
36
place standing in total contri- on the development of its Citizens Bank ..3SConn. 4.79
Baxter Lab. .36 25%
total of $1,555 and addi- Hilda I Greenberg and Mrs. O. C.1 ,
butions. He said he received no Dawklns Jr.. all of Jacksonville Col. waterways and reviewed 'engIneering -Beckman. % Ll & Pow .373k' Life Investors 20.02 AmCyan 63% Lorillard 48%
tional spending with the total N. Eugene Miller. St. Petersburg .Joseph
;
Life
t $46,515 for a total of $202,577.! at Parlelk Tampa Al R.'McFayden studies that are being Beech U. .S. 1.10 50 Cowles Mvg. & Pb .13%I Stock'Fund 7.78 Am Mot 16% Mag'vox 38%
With candidate I remaining $1,450. Sarasota; John F. Trimble New York made or that are being plannedfor Dun Bradst. Mass. Inv. Stock 16.22
t one already City; Patricia Dupont Fort Lauder Bristol My. .80 63J : 61% AT&T 138% MplsHon 117V4
receiving one-third million dollars Ken Folks of Orlando said he dale. and C. Osment Moody of MIMLKELLY the Suwannee River and Brown Shoe 3.40 89th Firs West. Fine. .19% Mass Inc. Growth 8.62
toOk in $110, bringing his cam Pioneer Fund Am Tob 33% MM&M 65%
I and two others one-fourth stooD Theodora Edwards. Lake- the Waccasassa River. Brunswich ''IOtAICambell Florida Gas : 11% 9.74unavlbl ..
% million, this governorship race paign total to $2,320, and'that! land. The cross state barge canal S. 2.40118 Fla. Nat1 Bank '. .21 Puritan Fund Ampx Cp 16 Mohasco 13%
SSOO Dr. James Boom Mrs. James
1 may well, be the most expensive -he spent $269 for a campaigntotal ooth. Wade McLelland all of Orlando; now under construction will Carter Pdl 1.00 57* FIa TeL 25 Putnam Growth 15.60 Anaconda 47% Mons'to 70 '"-

j in the history of the state ,, of $2,050. MacCaluso P. M ThomhUI and Mrs.Frank Joseph Decker.MacCaJu-Joseph "make" Levy County and i Case "J. L 11 Forrest'Labs 34tA TV & Elec. 8.23 Armour 51% Mont Wd 37 -

I before it is over. The first primary Sen., Holland reported, $4,660 so.Perry all; Lakeland Cot John Mrs.Stanley J. O.of Gibson Win I t er of other counties of the Eighth 'Cessna Air 1.00 27% Founders Life ::, .-. 91h Value Line Inc. 5.56 Babcock 61% Nat Dair 70% -

will be held May 5; the in weekly contribtib, and a ark and Robert Nettleton of Halnes Congressional District, Mat- Ches Ohio 4.00 nCoas Franklin Life' .I. 56% Wellington fund I" 14.93 .

second May 26, and the general total of $64,946, and spendingof City.$<<10 J. W. Ruedebusch of Winter thews said. He said that one of S. Gas. 36% Great Amer. ,, 15% B&O42% Nat Dist, 27%."

I election.will be held in Novem- $675 for a total of $11,227. Haven.) the_ most "wonderful"_ projects C. B. S. 'l.BOb Grolier' .u N Y S E Most Active Stocks Beth Stl 38% N.AmAvS2%
$300 Charles Trulock Jr. Jim Pow --
3 Holland's opponent, Brailey ell and John R. PIns n,' all of Orlando under consideration is the west Comb. Eng. 1.20 28% Gulf,Life. 54Herff Comp. Vot.cio Changes Boeing w .,631, Penney 51
ber.Gov. ; W. Harold Smith W. S. MvrWc Jr.. Borden 74 PaRR 30%
Farris Bryant received Odham, said he received $2,679 and Eugene Slkora all of Lakeland Coast waterway which would Cone Mills .80 15% Jones 15% 131 700 Cessna Brunswk
contributions totaling a b out last week for a campaign total Maynard Frieda Gay of of Miami Winter; Ralph Park Christensenof W. D. tie in.-with the barge canal at Contl. Airl. .40 27 i Home Insurance ;. 641h 10(200..COnt Air 27% unch CaterTr 59 10% PepCola 49 ...

$800,000 to 'win the office four of $8,101 and that he spent $2,145 Marathon. Roy Talley of Tallahassee Yankeetown. This will mean, Contl. Ins. 2.20 57% Jar .Minit Mkts.; 6 I 94 .27% up' 1 Phil Mor 77Celanese' .
300 *
Winter Pan Amer 66V4
and L. of Have
J. Mealy 81H Phil
1% Pet 48%
up
years ago; Doyle Carlton Jr. for'a total of $4,780. Matthews said, a "tremend--Contrl. Dat 78% Kennasaw Life. 12% 86 800 Am
of Wauchula received only This was the second consecu- HIGH ous" amount of traffic up and Corn. Pdts.1.50 65 Life of FIa .5 Tob 33%, up 2 Chrysler 44% ,RCA 36%
$750 Alice of 71100
'- Staples Tampa Gt Atl & Pac Coca Col 125
I slightly less as the top challen live week that governor candidate $400 Adrian Castro of Tampa down the west coast of Florida. Delta. Air 1.60 99% Lowes,Company .18* 69 800 Studebaker 36% up % COinEd Rep Stl 46%
$500 Frances Florlo Dr. Joseph 48%
8 Revlon
% 37%
up .
Fred: Karl of Daytona lcarrottaj and Sylvia I Castro,: all of Speaking of the feasibility of Det Steel .60 16% Milgo Electron : 13% 59 900 RCA % Cont Can
36 46%
ger.Secretary
of State Tom Adams Beach did not file his report am$300)pa.- Gonzalo Fernandez,of Tam .. the barge canal, Matthews said Emerson El. 1.00 44% Mort. Guaranty Ins. 28 58 400 Chrysler 44% up % Dow Che 70Vi Rey Tob 44%
refused to accept the financial by> the noon deadline. His was HOLLEY that if it were completed and Fair Camra. .50g 26% Pacific Sw.Air 46tA ,57 800 off 1% StReg P 35%
S22S Helen Ateek of St. Peters- Rey Tob EAL 35
44 %
up, 2% Seaboard 47%
reportsof Haydon Burns and not available. burg $200 J. T. Bonney of St. Petersburg in operation now, it would Finanl. Fed. 66%: Schlitz Brewing < 48 54 100 Gillette "'
; $100 W. H. Morris of Day 32% unch E.Kodak 127% Sears 105% .
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Sen. Holland. He
Spessard said the government'f8'milliona Scent- Life &
I DICKINSON tOM Beach. save Fst. Chartr. 1.97f 45% Tr. 67tA 53 200 Holt Rw
24 Firestone
that complete addresses 1400 James H. Baroco Pensacola FOSTER in the of Southern % off % : ; 43: Sinclair 45%
I more year just costs trans Fla. E. Cst 9% Nitro ,_ 174 50 200' '
James Trezevant Jr. of Tampa, C. E. $100 Marshall Anderson of Fort Amer Airl 49% % Fin Pw 45 Socony 71%
[j for some-contributors must bef11l'Il radshaw of Orlando. Charles W. Schoo- Myers. porting:materials, to Cape Ken- Food Fair 90 19% Travelers Ins. 52 47 100 up
ley of Palm Beach Ben Wolf of MiamI. i. FOLKS Unit Air L 62% up 1% FIn P&L 75 SouthnC 54%
hed.
i ... This was the third arron Collier Jr. of Palm Beach, $100 Floyd Shaner of Leesburg. nedy. FMC Corp. 1.00 58% Jim Walter 117* 45 500 U S Steel 59% off % Ford 54% SperryR 18

Gen.. Tele. .88 34% Amer Stk Exch Active = '
Frmst Da
MUTUAL FUNDs &: Stocks IOtA StBrand 76 .
Ga. Pacifl. 1.00b 64tA INVESTMENT CO. Volume Close Change Frept Sul 36% StO NJ 8-1.

I ; EXPANSION TO CONTINUE Grace Gety Oil Co. lOg '28l I Affiliated Fund 8.58 101 '800 TWA -wts24% up % Frueh Tr 30% Studebak 8%
1.00b 54
s. Capital Life &: Gr. .9.97 92 000 Syntex Corp 78% off 71.. Gen Dyn 28% Swift 47
... Heine Curt. .80 24J 78 000 Northeast Air 5% unch Gen El 86% Texaco 73%

> Krm! fork QJtmru pansion may create imbalancesthat could be upset by an inflationary ments contend that the across- I. B. M. 5.00 589 43 800 Pacif N Air 5% up 1% Gen Fda 90% Thiokol 17%

>By M. J. ROSSANT could lead to a slowdown.The I wage-price spiral. the-board expansion now in its: Inl. MiD.Tele.C. 1.BOa 1.00 66hit. 57% Huntley BeefIs 41 300 Hazel Bishop 8% up 31Today's Gen Mills 41% U Carbid 125

NE.W YORK The economy secret of the expansion's 1 There are other areas where fourth year has been I Stock Market Gen Mtrs 81 Unit Alrc 46%

celebrates 38 months of expansion prolonged lease on life,has been 'excesses could emerge. Dr. into idle capacity. And eatingI I Lehman Kellogg Cpo 1.Me J'4a 421A 291h No ,More Issues Traded 1 375 1 329 1 341 Goodrich 56% UnFruit 22%

'this' week, making it the the absence of economic ex Raymond J. Saulnier, who was unemployment remains a problem -: Litton m. 1.98f 70% Advances 551 637 615 Goodyr 45% US Steel 59%

longest-lived of any peacetime cesses. Activity has moved chairman of the Council of Economic there are shortages ofslHled : Lone S. Cm. 1.00 22% NEW YORK (AP-The National Declines 567 447 479 Greyhnd 53 Univ Mat 12%

upturn. ahead without sudden unsustainable Advisers under Presi- labor and the unemployed Marsh r Broadcasting Co. and Unchanged 257 245 247 "- Gulf Oil 54% WestgEl 35%
Fld.
1.60 42
As:it reaches this important spurts' in the, private sec dent Eisenhower, recently point. rate for married men is now commentator Chet Huntley New 1964 Highs 164 163 126 hit Harv 69% Winn Dix 30%
Martin M. 1.0019
%
milestone, business activity tor or abrupt shifts in government ed out that too rapid an in- down to 3' per cent, which is McG Hill. .6Oa 35% have agreed that. he should New 1964 Lows 60 50 59 i Int Nick 75V4 Woolwth 73%

shows; no sign of slowing down.'. policy that have snuffedout crease in business spendingon the lowest level that this significant Mead Corp 1.70 48% withdraw his name from a

In fact, despite its relatively previous expansions.But new plant and equipment indicator has touched in I Merck 2.00a 118 brand of beef claimed to be of STOCK

advanced age, the expansion I. while the current advance would represent "a genuine un seven years., NatL ,AirL .80 47% high protein' content FLASHES I

promises to move ahead at a is in no immediate dan- balance" that t could produce a The government's own fiscal N. Y. CentL .5Og 33% NBC said'Monday ;it had MARKETNEW -

brisker pace than it did duringits ger, price rises ,are threaten- downturn in 1965. policies can effect the pace and Nia. M. Pow. 2.00 SOJ been decided that all advertising -

younger days. ing to bring an end to the remarkable -' A number of economists remain -duration of the expansion. It Norfolk W. 6.00 126J an4 promotion of "Chet YORK AP) The shares; Royal Dutch at 41% on

Almost every economic indi- record of near stability confident that the stimulus -will be shifting from a deficit No. Ted P. S. 1.48 56% HwitJ y's nature :fed. beef" will stock market was mixed in 3,500; Santa Fe at 28% on 1,500;

catot is going up. Personal Income experience in earlier provided by tax cuts will in its budget this year to 'a No. Nat Gas 1.80 53% be> discontinued. moderately active trading at-the General Electric, at 86% on

and corporate profits are stages of the expansion. In addition keep the expansion going with:' surplus next, which could prove Olin Math 1.20 46%' Huntley, partner of David opening today. 2,500; and Brunswick at 10 :

registering new highs. Residential expectations, of higher out inflation or other excesses.It destabilizing. For it may be Owens D. G. 2.50 97 Brinkley on a. nightly television Gains and losses of most key on 1300.

:construction and business prices may trigger increases may be possible to ward giving the expansion too much Pac. G. & E. 1.00 311A news show, concurred. in the stocks were fractional Many American Airlines lost 1 at :

spending on inventories and new demand that could not be off, excesses that could imperilthe stimulus now followed by too Pac. Lting. 2.40 59% announcement. were unchanged. 48% on 3,500 shares.JohnsManvilje -

plant are slated to rise sharply. maintained. .'stability of the economy.I much restraint at a time when L Pac. T. & T. '1.20 31 :: Huntley said cattle fed at his Opening blocks included Ra dipped % to

Asidg'from agriculture, the economy Paradoxically, then, the more administration itself has: the economy may need a little Pan. Amer A. 1.20 811,2 I farm in Stockton, NJ., will be din Corp., up Vt at 36% on 5,100 61 on 1,300 shares.

seems in.the best of robust nature of the expansionis stressed that the ample supply lift.Monetary Parke Dav. 1.00 30% sold in the open market, and shares; Westinghouse Electric, I Du Pont gained % at 260. Also

health. making it increasingly vulnerable of idle or underutilized labor- policy is another pennzon 2.00 74 will not carry 'his name for unchanged at 35% on 3,000; and !up % were Bethlehem at 38%

Yel doubts about the pro- to destabilizing influ- !should serve to hold down wage important factor in determining Perkin EI. 40tA promotion purposes. Ford, unchanged at 54% on on 2,400 shares and Jersey Stan-

specfs of maintaining the expansion -I ences. increases. It also has insisted how long the expansion will' Pfizer .BOa 38tA I The agreement followed disclosure -3,000.U. dard at 84% on 1,100.

are rising. Economists 1 This was acknowledged by that the existence of excess capacity last In previous post-war expansions Phelps Dg. 3.00 69',4 j on March 20 that Hunt- S. Steel dipped V to 59% Anaconda, jose % to 47%

agree that activity will, forge President Johnson and his chief : in industry puts a,brake the tightening of credit Polaroid .20 166% ley had discussed on radio thebeef on 2,500 shares. Pennsylvania on 1.300 shares. Chrysler fell %

ahead for the remainder of this economic adviser, Dr. WalterW. on price rises. to; combat inflationary pressures Pub. Sv. E.. G. 2.60 15tA industry's price structure Railroad lost V at 30% on 2,000 to 44% on.4,200 shares. ._

year? but many now feel thatSleeQing Heller, who warned that the I But those who are concerned has had a hand in chokingoff Pure .on 1.60 '457 : the;same day that "Chet Hunt.ley's' shares. Yesterday the Associated

up the pace of the ex economy's balanced growth about potential destabilizing ele- the upturn in business4.Sheriff ; I Rayonier 1.00 36% nature fed beef" was Also opening unchanged'were Press average-of 60 stocks closed

Rexall .50b 45% formally introduced. Sperry Ran4 at 18 on 3,000 unchanged at 301.7.

Reyn Metl. .50 41% a- ,. ..4re sa. 01
Gas Refund Aids '"
Shriver Dept. Rich. Merr. 1.00 45%

R. C. Cola 1.20 59 YOUR MONEY'S
WORm
.- Roy. Dutch 1.73g 41% _
Holds PairAlachua I Searle Gd. .90 56% :
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Living Cost Drop Singer 2.00 95 .. C'Brainpow4fr'.Shortagc- -

Respected County Sheriff's'deputies Smith Kl L20a 64% ; ,. -

yesterday arrested a Mic-i Sou. Cal. Ed. 1.05 31%
WASHINGTON (AP) The funds ordered by the Federal anopy man on a bad check St Oil Cal. 2.00 60%

cost of living, '-as measured by Power Commission in voluntary charge and Gainesville youth I St. Oil Ind. 2.00b 62% *._

--Matthews the government, dropped last gas rate reductions followingthe for contributing to the delinquency Sterl. Drug .65 28% - By Sylvia Porte $jyj'

month for 1he first time since recent federal tax cut. of a female under 18.' Texas Util. '1.20 58%

.. December:, 1962. The February index of I 107.6 I Warren. Parks 43 of Mic- Textron 1.40 43% As of today our schools are not: decade, industry arid government -N Q-- Poffer: While technology-
Tidewater 37%
BRONSONCongressman The Labor Department reported means that it cost $10.76,to purchase was arrested supplying enough additional en- win need nearly twoTmil-Is 'causlng":">shortages in some
anopy on chargesof
1 Trans. W. A. 42%
D.: R;; (Billy) Matthews, in dinner today the decline was one-I the goods that cost .$10. cashing worthless checks at Union Pac. 1.60a 41 gineers and scientists to run our lion scientists and engineers by occupations, what about the..
,
g table conversation at the tenth of one per cent, putting in the, base period of 195759. Food Fair Market and Che*:UniAir. L. 1.50b 62% The uentificaUy-oriented of economy. 1970, a 90 per cent increase from surplus in, ,others? _

Rural Area the consumer' .price index at nut ,Office, Co. paradox our automationage the 1959 level A. Binger: The solving the
annual Levy County Arnold Chase, assistant commissioner Supply Upjohn 1.00 50% is that, while the demandfor

Development Council meeting 107.6. of the Bureau of Labor Ressie .L. Melvin War. Lamb.) .70 28% unskilled workers is shrink Another report projects a 45 dilemma of the less skilled and!
19 of 1818
Itere:last night, made, these The Bureau of Labor Statistics Statistics, said the .reductions -NE 17th Way- is charged, with Worthintn. 1.50 43% ing, whole,new whitecollarjob per cent rise in engineers need- untrained will call for all the:

observations: said the major factor in and refunds residential; contributing to the delinquencyof Xerox 84% classes,are springing up. In this ed between 1961 and 1971. Even effort, industry, labor and gov-
decline service service, accounted for two Zenith 1.2Oa84 this lower estimate eminent can muster. Workers,
the
Peace Corps director Sargent was gas re- gas a female. interview, some answers to the means we
thirds of the index decline must educate whose primary skill is bypassed
price paradox are suggested by JamesH. 48,000 engineers
Shriver Is a good possibility as
Democratic vice president no fromJanuary.. On a nationwide Both face arraignment to a Also extra or extras ,Binger, president of MinneapollsHoneywell.a every year from now until 1971 by technological change must

minee.JHe would be most acceptable Youth Pleads basis the gas reductions morrow. b Annual rate plus stock dividend leading scien- 10,000.a year more than the in be willing to learn another skill
'
demand.
to southern Democrats, averaged 3.5 per cent and tulle products company and supporter current leveL The 6,000 doctor's Children must be :
there will be a further drop as of educational degrees now being granted in! soundly educated and equipped :
Hoover
and iie and J. Edgar Guilty oAr training
Declared sofar this to learn than :
e
I more gas companies make refunds Forgery or paid science each year are only more one trade.
FBI director, are two depart- programs.
later, he said. year C about one-fourth of the required Q. Porter: Can automation :
ment-heads that command the Robbery Q._ Porter: How serious is our be slowed? .
f Paid in stock .in 1963, estimated annual average implied in the
most::-respect from Congress. Most of the remainder in the Trial Starts technical, manpower shortage? A. Binger: Artificially holding ':

r Hoover, Matthews said, is one Circuit Judge A. H. Murphree decline.in the index was:due to dend cash ex-distribution value on ex-divi-dateg A. Binger: It is verj| serious, government report back the introduction of automa- .

department head that usually ordered investigation a., 7 per cent-drop in transportation 1 or for since our nation's ,growth Q. Porter: What can be done tion and other advances in tech :
pre-sentence six-man Paid
a A selectedin last
jury sear this
; was about shortage?
than he asks for in
gets wore costs as gasoline prices depends more each year on scientific nology to control job displace. .
I appropriations) from Congress.I for a 17-year-old Gained and used car prices went down Circuit Court this morning for' AMERICAN and engineering advances A. Binger: Industry must do ment weald be a great mistake. :

President Johnson told ..MatthewC -ville youth who pleaded'guiltY in_a usual midwinter pattern. ie trial of a Daytona Beach any "brainpower" shortage more to encourage youngstersto i Labor Secretary Wirtz has saidit
this morning to charges of armed lman. charged with forgery. STOCK EXCHANGE could adversely affect educate themselves and train well
L *'1 know" you "won't vote Food prices rents home own- our postlion : "Any philosophy or policy :
for my-cmb' rights bill. and I robbery. I information filed by the 0 in a few years. Progress for technical jobs in industry. about automation must necessarily :

think-your! feelings will,be hurt Judge Murphree directed the ership costs, ,consumer service State Attorney's Office March Aerojet-Gen :40% in:such.complex,fields as ,comuterdirected Companies should step up their: : start from the clear .
prices and medical costs continued ..12 Analex Corp 31 control of manu- grants to colleges and their financing recognition that unrestrained
morelbj it (the. bilir than you Parole Commission to investigate charges John Simpson, also :
to Chase said.. Aqua ,Cbem. JL9% turing plants microelectro-1 of scholarships and
wffl.Se." the background of Thomas rise. known as Harvey Holbrook, technological advance is not only .
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.. with forgery and Aurora Plastics 5% Die circuits, lasers and business tuition for employes seeking ad- inexorable, but essential to :
Sheffield 3710 SW 47th uttering for-
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Henry Food a
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Matthews, in a talk he gave St. who to the prices edged up JZ percent gery. Barnes Engineer 23 data processing will hinge greatly vanced training. A broad upgrading the maintenance and elevation .
pleaded guilty
at the HAD dinner reiterated of the -. mainly- because. of higher Butler Shoe 7% on our future support of "ereI of university plants, ofthestandardofliving.Thealternative :

i his contention that the Johnson 16th holdup Avenue Thursday Jackson night Minit :I prices for fresh fruits and veg-- Simpson entered a plea of not Chromaloy 14% I ators of technology." This technology .staffs and courses is necessary. to automation wouldbe

till 1510 per cent civil rights Market I etables. guilty to both counts._ Cinerama .10% I is a vital force ;in our There should be wider supportand economic stagnation." :

r and 90 per cent federal g ern-- Simpson who Computer Sci 28 society today.As I better use of professional But employers should intro

Baentintrusion. Sheffield was arrested Saturday Chase said the index will in. Circuit Court was' arraigned Cutler Labs an indication,. technical[ cngmeers.Eleetroniccompoters duce automatic equipment as :

t '.. congressman said bees when police were tipped off probably. go up a little this accused of forging Thursday an I8L53check is Data Control 34% persOnnel-5eientists, engineers, which speed business decis- 'smoothly as possible, installing :

...? that aH minority groups by local service station opera- month because of increases in drawn.,on the 'First National Fulton Inds. 8% echnJcians and support work- ioD-making-ean help conserve it when,volume is rising 'or at a .

r .... have opportunities for tors that two youths were trying food, clothing and otter prices. Bank of Gainesville Gen Develop 4% er'Swere the fastest-growing .engineering manpower by solving rate which takes advantage of :

I .. rfand' employment butt to exchange change and 'snail The- bureau aid'that about of the Southern Association account Mackey, Airlines 7 ob,_category ,between .1950 ,and design problems faster." .normal attrition and gives plenty .
fee "strong arm" of bills for large bills. of -Mead Johnson. 21% 1960, now represent about 10 percent The situation will be eased of advance notice to affected :
.. gov- Colleges.
should not intrude inmatters. 100,000 workers will ,receive Pac NW Tel 22% 'of oar labor force. when a' sizable portion of our employ .
.Sheffield in :
c .) was arraigwjd cost. of living wage fecreases Philips Elec.! ,com : Q.p'orter.What's the employment nation's engineering pool can Employers also.should retrain .
Circuit
I Court yesterfcy on Redwing Carriers 11% outlook for this ? be turned from defense workers for other
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; of one cent an hoar based on group programs plant jobs, :
., charges f of armed :The
1 .-01eS-call tb;'Ev rIII. ., -Police, said, '$30199 robbery.'taken"in quarterly reviews of the old con Floridawas Everglades National Parkm Ric Group J ."' 8% :.A Bager:.A government projection to design and development help displaced workers find jobs :
"River of Grass." established in Sperry R. Wts. 8% is that' if historical of improved industrial and elsewhere or direct them to proper *
p the holdup was recovered. sumer price Index. 1947.
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I'I NEXT PATTER-. BUNT..NOO),THe Y KNOft) WE

DEAR ABBY :, I HERE'54h1AtI KNOW -me SffiJAl1ON..M tI.'E KNOW KNOOJ..50......
: rn 'J 1 WAKTWTODO5UNNV / KNOW lteI kNOkJ WE KNOW!_

t"t t1 .J---4 What's:,foil problem? For a Op- G.. -h 6Q.c

ral m lr. writ h Abby. B o..336J. ;J
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Caught Short;, ,..Yrly Hills._C&lif.. 90212... ....4iaclri

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a 1} I I BEEHIVE AHDRLTTHERMAVEA 'CEPr AH tON'T: WANTA /-SQAH BETTER
STAND I IMTH'WAY MAR H MARRY UP WIF
l JESTHAlWTMAHTYPE.JT' S-SHE WIFE MORE ( DAISY
-I DEAR ABB7"ait on tables In a cocktail: lounge from wondered if,he was STILL married. I am terribly upset.How -64P- MAE!!NAMELY PLAIN- CHILES HAPPJMESSHE ffHER:r
have did she know his number? Should I worry? Would a girl a man AN' I-IER--
LOVES
I three in the afternoon until one o'clock in the morning. I BUT BIG AS A OX,
t, i t to wear a very skimpy costume on this job. The hours are knew only "slightly" call him up out of the blue after NERVOUS 14 years? STROJGASA

f f. ) rough and so are some of the customers, but the pay is better G 1z HOSS" Ll

-1 than I could get anywhere else. Some of the men customers DEAR NERVOUS: Yes, a girl a man knew only slightly f 1
t think that just because a girl is wearing a revealing costume could conceivably! call him np out of the blue after 14 (or 24!) v

l') she isn't respectable and anything goes. I try bard not to be years. She could have gotten his number from a mutual friendor r

J' \ too chummy, with the men, but a sourpuss waitress doesn'tmake relative, if you aren't in the book. And don't worry. There q
much in tips. What can I do? Don't tell me to quit work- are plenty of nuts around. 7

ing because I am a divorcee with two children, and I need the .* < 7

dough. Cs

r CAROL, DEAR ABBY: I don't have a very big wardrobe, so my sis ....,. I
trade and each other's clothes. When I am complimented ... '
ter and I wear
shorter
I DEAR CAROL: If ,you must work, find a job with
f- on something I am wearing. and it isn't mine, what
1 I hours and longer skirts. should I say?, GOODY WHAT DID VE IN S GLORY BEST!
Sf .. HONEST fER GrrA"iN? DEPORTMENT i_ / TH THINGS THEY
V UNK SNUFFV!! YOU 'RtTHMATlC OR ( L'ARN YOUNG-UNS
f I HONEST "Thank It's not to I GOT ME AN "A* SPELLIN'? NOWADAYS.nt .
DEAR : Say, yoa. necessary -
l married for 14
DEAR ABBY: Nate and I have been, years. ON MY REPORT :ZEIP
i We have four children and are very happy., Sunday night he mention the owner unless you are asked. ? CARD THIS TIME JI' l

f got a long-distance call from Binghamton, New York. We don't i

know anybody there, so naturally it shook me up. Nate was on &!
t the phone for half an hour and all he said was "Uh uh, that's CONFIDENTIAL TO ROBERT IN SILVER SPRINGS: In :
nice," and Hu uh." When he hung up, he said it was some the words of Goethe, 'Nothing-is worth more than this' day."

dizzy dame he knew slightly before we were married. She You will never relive yesterday, and tomorrow is still beyond t 1
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called him up to tell him she was a free woman now and she your reach. /

)I6 9:30 O Medical Strip 11:00 O D Concentration ia

6 I II O Jack Benny O Price is Right z

: I i 10:00 O (D "Changing Matil 11:30 Q D Missing Links I
I \ da: New Austrailia." O Pete And Gladys

0 O Garry Moore O Fifth GradeArithmetic m0 MAIt 'CRIES.JtJNIOR.wwa HER EVES ARE RIGHT
YOU SAID YOU
11:00 O News, Wethr., Spts.
ON TNT FULL MOOM.
10 OKAY LIKED IT HERE CM
,MOON NEXT'STOP. .
i1' D News 12:00 O 09 First Impression t.tTh GI EARTH. YOU SAID Y30J SHE DOESN'T.HEAR

I CD Local'News (color) I O Love of Life PLOT.i LIKED ME., I SAY.fDfc A WORD
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11:25, O Movie O High School Chemistry .
Two
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.. of a trio of. happy-go- *
lucky ,bandits decide to 12:30 O (D Truth or V

-.. go straight and join the ConsequencesO
Texas Rangers. William Search for tomorrow

,_" TUESDAY EVENING. sketch, Freddie the Freeloader Holden William Bendix, 12:45 0 Guiding Light'

5:00 O Maverick wants .philanthropist Macdonald Carey Mona O Let's speak Spanish er

O Best of Groncho Grace Giveaway Freeman, Stanley Ridges. 12:55 O B News .41awn7 3aV
5:25 O Greatest Headlines (Janet) to build a way- 11:30 O ID Johnny Carson 1:00 O News
side home for hapless ho-
5:30 O Newscbpe" WEDNESDAY O Midday
boes. In the' Silent Spot, 6:00 O Slimnastics D News H y-1
SS5 B Local News, Weather _
j Sport .Red plays a bashful O Sunrise Semester 1:05 Match Game Q

':00 O News, Spts., Wethr. prince. Janet, sings "I 1:15 O Sunshine Almanac 1:15 Q Focus --
O Sunshine Almanac Am Woman, You Are 1:30 O World Civilization O Leer Y Escribir
Man" and "As You De- I THINK ITS WORTH A MORGAN YESI THOUGHT MDUTf
':15 O Channel Five News O Pastor's Study 1:30 Q Science TKVD&MORGAN/MAKE THIS BNtRCtf WHAT* ) WANT TO KNOW.,
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I Operation Alphabet 'ers, Skeltones. 6:40 ID Living Words (color) B Ernie Ford b-TH/VTSREAL AS YOU ARE W
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O ID News Huntley, O,Antiques, 6:45 CD HI, Neighbor (color) 2:00 O (D Let's Make A z'y w
Brinkley 8:30 O You Don't Say 6:50 O Farm And Home Deal M

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:: Columnist Floyd Vosper "A Need for Valor." Re- 7:50 O News O House Party o r .

;. is found dead at a Nas cent events in a revolt-I'' 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 3:00 O CD Loretta Young tr
sau party. It seems Vos- torn Southeast na'i 9:00 O Divorce Court O To Tell The Truth
per was murdered and tion have left a bad O Bachelor Father 3:25 O News

most of the party guest taste in the mouth of an' B Romper Room 3:30 O ,(D You Don't Say i

had motives. Templar: American general, and I 9:30 O People Are Funny O Edge of Night

to,' Roger Moore. Vosper: now the taste has turned I D Jack La Lanne <4:00< B Match Game
Anthony Dawson. to ashes the general's 10:00 O Say When O'Secret Storm _
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7:30 O.B Mr. Novak-Drama Reuben Bercovitch. 10:15 O Eighth Grade 4:30 B Barns and Allen III 5TART RIGHT OFF Bf BUSTING >rlORK.M RENT.t LIKE DIEDEE.1!
h O What's New O At Your Service Science O Magilla Gorilla DANE PAUSES HER I MR THE WAr SHE DRESSES!
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: musical comedy Cancer Society 10:30 O D Word for Word "A Slight Case of Mur- CHARACTER. 5IILY-.IN WEATHER UK THIS. ,

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AND CM THATfc WHCRS VTHI* WAY AND HERB TH- HCY TANl W OK ills SALUTE I ISuWENtY
i THE ROADJWHY TUB AIR COMTHIY CANT COMS THg HAY *TJU ..J| TO THE VISITOR II
II I 3 C-COLCNEL NOT AUNPO TRAIN1N3 ACGUSI VS WEUOM1NO L GUNS/ MAY BE FIREDsTRAIOHTATUS
31 CANYPN..Y3J IN THE CLEAR- BASE IS OF KNOW- COMMITTEE I
Nrm ScrJb $Uttr I his speech urging governmentto senators received from their with a warning against con i LANDED THS IMS OVER NOT SUPPOSED INd WHAT --.,
'AIRPLANE7W; HILL? 'R1 focTI Is 7NEggI
start thinking about 'the"myths" colleagues showed that the dan- sumption by fish. As many fish 0
Fish
i WASHINGTON are
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I millions in the Mississippi of American extermination -ger that anyone important may are unaware of the health V
dying by start thinking is negligible. hazard involved in the pesticide' Z I!
The Public Health
River. policy.
.' Senator Smathers disposed of habit, the industry has a clear' <.1 r
Service believes they are vict- '
Coming in the same week Cat with the same speech he obligation to give .them fair no-
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Urns of the powerful new pesticides iy .
with Senator J. W.Fulbright'scall '
used
on Fulbright.: Smathers
being used. against bugs, tice.The I
: for government to start warned that nothing "would I IANO
nuisances.. government should also
weeds and other.such
thinking about foreign-policy please the Communists more" I
announce at a televised fish l
_.. The catfish, naturally, are" "mytiis,".the Cat speech Indicates than an outbreak of thinking conference, for maximum im-:w \ I
:- alarmed about the pesticide situation that Capitol Hill is not inside the U. S. government.Cat's pact a list of riverbeds where! N

; but their demagogic senator immune to the silliness of fears that pesticidesmay pesticides fall into the water' rn
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: Channell (VMud") Cat, spring delirium. Fortunately, wipe out his delicious con- with ,high intensity. It should

'. : went too far the other,day with, the sharp scolding which both stituents are understandable advise fish to avoid these high I ANDS POKT HAYS

enough, but he has chosen con- fall-in areas. WAIT, TOUGH' NO MY ICE CREAM EITHER'
I* veniently to ignore the Castro What the fish must realize, > ANY I DON'f CELERYROOM HAVE TH5KES OM NO COMING YOU GOTTA HELP HZ! GAD I

menace. Dieldrin and aldrin, however, is that there can be YOU TRAY/ TH2Ou64lT1E
s : CROSSWORD I 1 PUZZLE Scow ADOUCE two of the poisons found in his no significant weakening in thenation's a LINE -
(ROUTING!
autopsied brethren, happen to pesticide posture. For ..c
= ACROSS Ban annaa use aa be the most effective weapons one thing, it would strike brutally < TWtC&l ,,
Throttle 28. Dlfflden nana ana available against the sinister against the great chemical 4 M1
ma nnan q J
4.Flax fiber 30. Marsh onaa cane borer, which menaces the industry which is the bulwarkof
i 7.Galatea' 31.Mister anna nose s sugarcane: ,crop.Not I the country's bug-deterrence t
Moved 32.Haggard S !i 1 F F D F T i Ilb
them
using might well policy and whose stockholders, {
Vengeance heroine TART anaa aaaa ti
mean conceding supremacy In moreover do not include
'K goddess 33. r any
Progeny ORE JUDO F
I X 31b
the tiR Ft3si
12.Mountain 34.Pluck sugar race to Cuba, with 0
aaa w o
in Asia Minor 36.Burmese HORS c immense prestige gains for Cas- !fish.For another, it would meana
P o D E S T A L C E R 0
13.Additional demon tro. The
fish must appreciatethat severe drop in farm production. -
w o g s E n D t: M
Trol.ed ==
14.Less In 38.Cut of
meat ary risks they run are nec- The farm surplus would

16.Willow 40.44.Minutest Buddhist SOLUTION OF YESTKOAY'S PUZZII_ essary risks which, in the long I vanish. Congress would have to
: run, will advance the cause of write new farm and trade laws, THE YOU WERE PISTRKT ATTORNEY ALAN.YOU RE TROU6tN6$ COME 0N,LET'S GC
sacred 52.
genus dialect Eternity S.Ivric free fish I 5ONAS DAUGHTER CAME TO MV YOUNGSTER AT THE TJME..ANP ICU KNEW vouesap OVER SOMETHING TO LUNO1.POR6Er
17.Entreat 46.Astronomical 53.Windmill 6.Minor throughout the world. an exercise that would compel ATTENTION WHEN THE HOSPITAL JCONPESSEP SHE WAS M iTALY ILL,-WHY THAT* DEAD WE bar
-- 18.Gaming term sail 7.White linesvestment They must remember that you :congressmen to risk the dan AWAKE THAT THE NOT1REP THIS COURT OP HER I TO THE PIP YOU ACCEPT NER ANP BUrkP! ..tr5.cLA5w
cubes 48.War god DOWN cannot make an omelet without !gers of thinking. The result. PURPOSE OF THE ESCAPE,WHITEY. ff WAS THEM MURPE CONFESSION A5 FAQ?
40. SodaI GOVERNORS VISIT THAT I REAP THE TRANSCRIPT _
49.Author ofUven 1.Puff 8.Set killing few fish. ;
9 would be economic and
an r '
function political IS TO P15CUSS OP THE CASE. t: I ,'
,, 2.Seed coating 9.Fury Cat should also bear ,
USA
in mind morass. ,
22.Goddess of _
m "wry 10.Billow '
I agriculture 51.In this 15.Country that the Public Health Serviceis Moreover with food in short QI JUDGE STATES PARKER /

25.Piindpal place mark lane not completely certain that supply, fish consumption wouldgo a THE REASONS 1 >
19.Slippery pesticides are responsible, for up. Fish would soon be cook- FOR
Z J f I' 1 1 10 21.Rowan tree the fish kill. The amount foundin ing by millions on .stoves all
0 IN THE
., 23.Twilight fish cadavers has been mi over the country.If CASE S'I I

rl it I 24.Disconsolate nute. Actually, it is hardly any Cat really wants to help _-L..

1 w 16 25.Qjiadrtped greater than the amount of'radioactivity the fish let him go to the rivers -- 1

26.Lacerate a fish might get and teach them how to keep :

IT III 1, '/7 rnu 27.Fried cake from the luminous dial of his their minds off' the future by rJ l __ :1

29.Female wristwatch.Is choosing beauty queens hold- MEANWHILE..Ar THE ZaOSPITAL..
ift'ZI U Will z, Z lobsterSZ. s ILL 56 BACK W COURT YVES, MAN. )
...". V there any reason, then, ing contests for the heavyweight 50NA WILLIAMS IS ON THE. UNTIL A50UT FOUR SONAV-IT'S.VERY +. PLEA5E,Y NEIL BE BY r LATER ii .Tilt- ,
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ISn ; JT I ; i.. Snow why the fish cannot wait for the championship of the river and PHONE.JUP6E> .'5HE' LIKE TO o COULD you UK6 TO r ''IMPORTANT THAT MUST SES /PAY USA. IN THE MEANTIME''
runner President to appoint a*commit electing a president.He SPEAK WITH OU KFOREVOU ? STOP B/THEN f < V I TALK WITH+ PtRfclER2 LETS GOTC "' JPATI F1L ,
fD ", 33.Resist LEAVE FOR+ LUNCH. rou: THERAPY .
tee And
? until the committeehas
35.Racket must teach them to feel '
IJf I'" 1.77 'n lfe. 37.Foreigner had time to make a scientific compassionate and yet cold- 3 c'FF ,1Y
., 39.Scruff study? And until the results I.bloodedly practical about the i r =
/ '/ ; IJI R I'" 41 I i 43 41.Emanation of that study have been thoroughly poor creatures of the:new world t

'". 45 ,. i't 4 43.?.Bib.Pack studied by congressmen who will have to disappear for ,
OOttQ pro44 from the great pesticide-produc the general good. Creatures like \tr

I .N.Zealand lag states? the birds, who are also gorgingon .
t fort If pesticides are found to be pesticides.
... 41 31 i
:. : T J 45.Exist really dangerous! to fish there His message should not be

{ .rat.P0rli a.24"*I* ,M ItMIhMNea 99 I 47.Menagerie I would then be a clear case. for "start thinking" but rather Yf

:- 'labeling every' pesticide ,pack "thinking is for the.birds." i ;.,. -

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For prescriptions a> cosmetics PH. 372-8441
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: SUN DRIVER wanted to drive couple to :

Mtaeapolia April -15*. :
.. Wm. Web, FR 2014& 1214 $W
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2nd Ave.. Apt 2>.'
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DUE to divorce I have e new"IteM /'
Tues. thro Fit. paper* 5 pm. Day before piibllcatioil
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model ZIt Zeal automatic For ads to In Sun. peper-12ot a.m. tab
ALACHUA GENERAL Waldron and daughter Mrs. Margaret McCall Mrs. Bessie sewing machine that does every go .
I thing. We would tike someone For ads to go bi Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat, : .

HOSPITAL Helen Corbin, Mrs. Opal Hed- Young, Mrs. Lubedia Beach, to take up payments, SS (Minimum ad 4 fines
Mrs. Hannah Dix and son per me. .... 37t-l075. : .
March 28, 1964 dlesten. .
r Curtis PaffonL Melvin Bank I WILL not be responsible for E FAMILY RATES
any debts Incurred by anyone

I BIRTHS ALACHUA GENERAL Mrs. Dude Staflings, Mrs. Ter other than myself after this. 1 Insertion ... SIc: Kne
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t Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Williamson HOSPITAL THEREIS date. March 27., 1H4. Walter 3 Insertions ......... 22c line

ry Bartley, Mrs. Martha Ben- Saldenstucker_ Insertions ....,......................................... 17C fine
t PO Box 364, city, girl; Mr. March _29, 1914BIRTHS ton Mrs. Thelma- Larche. 12 Insertions ..................'..'.... Me line -
8 Biv 'Sitters. CUM Car Total charge- computed by mutflptylng total lines x rate earned :
& Mrs. Edgar A., Starke, 3103 ,. s'Q x number of Insertions. .

: SW Archer Rd., city girl; Mr. i ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
TINY TOT
" '''Mr. & Mrs. Horace D. Bruce
i &Mrs. Robert Stebbins, Box 284, ,

High Springs, girlADMITTED: 301 NW 2 SL, a girl; Mr. & i Involved. accidents reportedto < PLAY SCHOOL S Five letter words per line :

Mrs. C. R. Horn 2002 NE 6 Gainesville Police during the I nslt M and see for yourself.

114 SE 8th St. FR a-TSflj. Same as fines
Terr. 1' girl last 24 hours:
PLANNED program awaits your 8 Pt. ordinary type _

Mrs. Louldia Williamson pre-scheof
youngster at
ADMITTEDMrs. Bohdan R. Nechay 1010 NW JACK 12 Pt.Sarno as S lines
,, J. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL.
Mrs. Donna Lee Starke Thomas +rY type
5 Music educational
f LaVer n e B., Bruce, 25th Ter. backed into a police fllmHtrlps.DTOgrums 7:454:15
Mon.-FrLI
James Rafter Mrs. Mary Same 4 tines
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i E. Godwin, all of Gainesville; Mrs. Elizabeth Ebner, Mrs. patrol car driven by Sgl J. H. 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR f.3fOL i I O o r ni.t.e"flnnr type

i Patricia E. Horn, Mrs. EvelynR. Tullis at 2 ajn. this morn WORTHWHILE DAY care for children hi my home.
Mrs. Judy Kay Stebbins, High NW section. All day or Vi day.

Springs Mattie Farnswarth Harvey, Mrs. Frances M. ing. D a m a gas to both vehicles Big yard playground equipment. .. Same =a S tines
; FR 2.11 i Markham Mrs. Verda B. Hill ..,
Melrose; Wade H. Harrell, was estimated at $150. There ordinary type
'Elizabeth Mrs. LADY desires baby-sitting bi her
Brooker; Melvin A. Bank, Philadelphia Angrim Syl were no injuries. Nechay was home from noon to 11 pjn..
via S. McNulty all of Gainesville Reasonable rates, call FR
Pa.; Curtis Pafford, booked and released on a a-otfl. The Gainesville Sun wm not be responsible for mert than one
r ; Mrs. Margaret Raugh- incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -
: Lake chage of driving while intoxi WILL keep pre-school child In to a greater extent than the cost of the
space 0CCU0pllef
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City.DISCHARGED ley, Jersey; my home for working mother. by the Kern to the advertisement. No adjustment wen
cated. 310 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 37..1L
beth 0.: Butler, High Springs; be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
the advertisement.
wishes
RELIABLE sitter to care
Wm. F. Adkins, Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Ruby L.' Waiter, Haw- Henry A. Larson, 1401 NW for Infants or small children In 224

/ Still and daughter, Mercer D. thorne; Mr. S. J. Smith, High 31st Drive and Richard W. her...,home.._Reasonable can FR SIZES 10-18 The Galnesv1Jl. Sun reserves the Privilege of revising or rewhfcj -

1 Helms, Ralph L. Bass, Mrs. Springs. Moorhouse, P. 0. Box 546, WILL care for children In my chlnge IecUng any the ClllllflCltloll advertisement' of any> h aV'rtbemeBt dams oeJtctlonel from that and .to.

Wilma and Mrs. home five days e week. SS per 1JrMi..11f cIered to conform to the
Loyd son Int policy of the
w paper.
J ,
DISCHARGED were involved in an accident lAthe READINGIN week. 311 SE 48th St.
Jean Mrs. Iris De-
Perryman, 1600 block of the North Wal CHILD or Infant cere, S10 week
Maupassant Mrs. Alice Rog Frederick Mrs. Mar- ty. Can pick op end deliver.
I Garrity, do Road at 5:05 a.m. Phone 37e-W1. Take o train plane, car or

ers, Mrs. Zella Mae Phillips, lene A very and son, Mrs. Shirley amounted to each Damages WILL care for children_In my home bus blouse--but dress be sure If you to wear want this to arrtvO over 94 Waterfront Property ,15 Houses hr Sale

1 Ernest Broughton, Mrs. Mary Geer and son, Mrs. Katherine i $30 on car, SVt days e week. Nice play smartly Sew It to shantung weave
yank toads of toys fc plenty of .
and cotton.
Godwin and daughter Mrs. Jackson and Thom. no charges were filed. 372-6587. rayon NEED SPACE 3 bedroom home
.I son, I loving care. Printed Pattern 224: Misses' WINFRED H. CRAWFORD plenty ef-'storage quiet neigh.btrhood. .
Harriet Scott Mrs. Lullene J. Sizes 10. 12, 14 1 R 11. Size 16 Reg. Broker, specalUIng In '
Bass Mrs. Sadie 2424 NW 2nd
as Ave.
Hodge, 1 Roger Allen Cappe, 2036 NE requires m yards 35-Inch fabric. LAKE PROPERT1ESACRE.. PI!. FR 2-092. _
1 Norman and son, Hugh Folds, Mrs. Caroline Cobb and daughter 9th St. Employment FIFTY CENTS to coins for AGE.. ', .miles No. of ,Meiroe,
and Enoch Jones 1451 .
this pattern add 15 cents for each GR S-2//1. .
In Itfylewtlde. 2
,:;
Billy S. Thomas, Mrs. Rose Dwight S. Robinson, Mrs.IN SE 29th Ter. involved in pattern for first-class mailing. tile bath tarn-
I were a WANTED and special handling. Send te. "IEAUT1Ew.. Jot: on the Suwannee 11'qNNEIt. 3734001 after
collision at NW 6th St and 19th 11 FEMALE HELP Marian Martin, Gainesville Sun River ,at, .Rock Bluff. Call ,374140. *- ;
CALL:FOR BIOS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. _
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Ter. yesterday at 12:08 p.m. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS New York 11. N.Y. Print plainly Of sN HOUSE Sunday Apr. If.
SAINESVlLLE FLORIDA IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN NAME, ADDRESS With ZONE LAKE WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms, full Cherok**; model, designed & en*
Sealed bids will t* received bv.the CHANCERY. Damages amounted to $20 strafing Earn up to famous S5 per Studio hour demon Girl* SIZE and STYLI NUMBER. mod. bath. year-round1"cottage .- -_.22fitered w U. S, steel Corp,
Board of Public Instruction of Alachua &. E. SMITH and MARTIN CHITTY THE YOUR FREE PATTERN IS for sale or lease tfcY!owner- ,. HonjtsJDIv.'slen.: 2100 sq. ft. 3
County, Florida at the office of the Plaintiffs, and no charges were made. Phone Cosmetics.37M3M Full after or s Part. Time. READY choose. It from 250 design Terms. GR 5-2242. Melrose. BR 2 bath, air cond. brick _
'Superintendent of Public Instruction .VS Ides to new SPRING SUMMER veneer 2 car garage. 1801 NW
to the school Administration Building. FRANK C. MOORE. JR., EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS. Pattern Catalog, |lust outl 4 BEDROOM, 2V* bath lake Roma.d ,34th Dr., AJachua Homes, Inc.
I "J Cathevliie.. Florida AP to 3:00 pjn.yetock Defendant. Openings available at Dresses. sportswear coots*' mL from courthouse center Phone 3720421.J. .
-:: EAT. on April 9. 144. at CHANCERY NO. Florida Vote Sparry. Typing and dictation rncrel Send SO cents now. fireplace In 24 square living "
which time an* place at! bids recelv- NOTICE OF SUIT skills necessary. Starting salary. room. Private channel and turn W.Kj.rkpatrick
i :Jd-will be..puDi'lcly: r ned and read TO: Frank C. Moore Jr.. based on experience. Submit resume 13-Help Male or Female around. Utmost In beauty and .
_loud for furnishing all materials and Residence Unknown In confidence\ or telephone tranquillty, FR S-Self.
.labor and esnstructlng the following You are hereby notified that 0 suit 3724411 Ext. 225 for
.schoolpaving proJect In Alachua has been filed against you In the Circuit In SUN '1I OIntrMnt. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Exp.Iar"t.;: w open

County: Court of Florida Eighth .Judicial Congress EMPLOYER. White houseceeper Ki wk. 35 Houses for Sole

,'...- Unit! -PAVING, PROJECT Circuit In and For Alachua EARN up to $50 a week. Full or Bookkeeper salary open EASY commuting distance of
--WElTV."OODJUNIOR' HIGH SCHOOL County Florida l said suit entitled part-time. No soliciting or collectIng Exp. Waitress salary l> comm. Gainesville. Pleasant three bedroom
ARCHITECT DAVID REAVES "E. E. SMITH and MARTIN CHIT. WASHINGTON (CAP) How car neccessary. Call FR *- Exp. mechanics FOR only $450 down $'1.27 per home. In Immaculate
Any bid received after the specified TY vs. FRANK C. MOORE JR." U68. Store trainee, hi schl. grad. month payments you can quality condition with 12V acres. S2t590 -
Hme and date will not be considered. The nature of this suit is for. the foreclosure Florida members of Congresswere Off. trainee hi schL grad. for 4 BR 2 bath home, 1804 ',. will carry
Ml bids. must be accompanied by a of e mortgage on the following SECRETARY wanted, experienced Tree surgeon, foreman, S2 hr. NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside the nsatws .
certified check cashier's check or bid described property to-wlt: recorded as voting on recent In using IBM typewriterequipment. Auto salesman, Exp. '''i outside completely. For appt. ONLY iJooo.oo for this lovely

bond In the amount of five percent of I Lot 4 of unrecorded plat In the roll calls: WANT Must be able to use : man to see call 3120411.HAZEL three bedroom, two bath home
=.1ancor-"lf" :
the base. bid as guarantee and the bidder 1 South half (SI) of Lot e ef Section shorthand e f fie I e n 11 I y. Experience : : ", $100 wk. NW section. Large fami '
; If awarded the contract will i 15, Township 10 South Range 20 absolutely necessary. Route salesman Levy Co. HEIGHTS In'- ., beautiful lot and
r within ten consecutive calendar days 1 East, more particularly. described as On adoption, 67-17, of motionto Write Box 374-A Gainesville Sun. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. paved. street ere lust some
after written of follows 120 SE 1st Ave. See our 4-bedroom and -bedroom '
notice being given :
of the features.
take for formal consideration "AVON IS CALLING". .'" your 2-bath CCB homes with
;such award enter Into a written contract I Commence at the Southeast corner up neighborhood through T.V. Be Phone 3744234 bullt-Lt electric, LAKE ROSA Comfortable, modern
with the Board of Public Instruc* of Lot f of Section 15, Township 10 the House-passed civil the Avon Representative In $1.70 PER HR. Servicing Fuller Central heat stove city and utilities.oven. masonry three bedroom,
tlon' of Alachua Florida Inaccordance South 20 thence
County Range East
run round lake home.
? I neighborhood and t v r n Brush Customers. Part time Wired for television and tele year Just
with the accepted bid: and North 0 degrees 00 minutes 10 sea rights bill. Against: Holland, span time Into money. CellMrs. 1 openings In Archer Willlston phone. Large yards completelygrassed. reduced to $18.00000 now
give a contract surety bond satisfactory ends West along the East line ef Bums. FR 24421. Mclnto S Cttra. 372-7117 or Hazel Heights Is in vacant and reedy for your
to sold Board In an amount equal said lot '33062 feet, thence run Smathers. \ ADS 530 NW 57th St.. Gainesville. the city limits. Equipped with occupancy.
of contract North e. minutes COCKTAIL waitress must be over HAVE
to one hundred percent the degrees 49 St sec sewer lines close to bus stop YOU SEEN RIDGEWOODf
onds West 4112 feet to the point 21. Apply In person. Thirsty FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. This beautiful new subdivision
low
down payment
--t'ok bidder may withdraw Ms bid for a of beginning, thence run South 0 de On motion to table, and there- .. Gator Lounge 633 NW 13th St. has opening for qualified Real loans. Located on conventional Northwest otfferi f of Westwood School

.. period-of thirty days after the dale grees 02 minutes 30 seconds East by kill approved 50-34 a motionof WAITRESS neat and with some Estate Broker or Salesmen.0 Caller 3Wh Ave.. West of 13th lor.ehlots, all im
set for the opening thereof. 130.2 feet thence' run North it degrees experience must be 21. Primrose Contact Mrs. Grace S. For St. Shown by appointment proved, at reasonable
All work chall be done In accordance 45 minutes 26 seconds 'West Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., r.;. '. j Inn 214 W. Univ. Ave. dyce, f24 West University Avenue Phone FR 2-3824. prices.
with plans, specification and contract 100 feet thence run North 0 degrees .. .:t, 11 .., 374-1234 or MA 9-S885.
documents relative thereto. Plans specifications 02 minutes 30 seconds West 130.21 which would have sent the pend ... WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR Sale or trade. New a BR. J. W. KIRKPATRICK
and con tract documents feet thence run South It degrees civil bill to the Senate '31": ; '.. EXPERIENCED SECRETAY 14-Sales Help Wanted home located bi Westmoreland Realtor
may be secured at the office of the 45 minutes 58 seconds Eest 100 feet ing rights Must be neat attractive, end able Estates. On city sewers, paved Member of Multiple Listing
Superintendent of Public Instruction to the point o* beginning. All being Judiciary Committee for limited to take dictation. Age limit 40 PROTECTED sales 4. service route St 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family 31 N. Main St. Phone 372-8404. .
Gainesville.' Florida. and lying In Lot t of Section 15 years. for married man with car 4 Rm. It living Rm., dining aree. ASSOCIATES:
Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory Township 10 South, Range 20 East. hearings. Against: Holland, EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER phone. Average while training $U Central heat built-in kitchen Including Flow Mathlasen Irene Bunnell
to the Board of Public Instruction Alachua County Florida. MUST have experience In Bank plus expenses If .qualified. Age GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Capt. A. W. Reese, USN. Ret.
of Alachua County, FlorIda. ALSO: A strip of land 3S feet North Smathers. bookkeeping operations. Neat 23-45. s72 m7.16Work walk to schools, close to
rhe Board of Public Instruction of end South by 100 feet East and and attractive. Apply Citizens
On 164-162 of bill to U of F & medical center FHA
You
passage, Bank of Gainesville. PARRISHPRESENTS
Alachua County Florida reserves the West lying Immediately South ef the Wanted Female
822,700. Down payment $1,700.
right to waive Informalities In any bid above described property sublect toe give the Bureau of S t an Bards Waitresses Apply In person Immediate occupancy. Drive by .

and to relect any or all bids. permanent public easement for in fiscal ,and Jerrys Restaurant." 2310 i.W. TYPING wanted to --do In my 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler :
( PUBLIC road rl0ht-ofway across the same. greater authority 13th Street.
Brothers,
INSTRUCTION home. Please call 372-1449. 372-f545 deity S1d-l0/5
M I OF ALACHUA You are required to file your an- for
night.
administrative practices WANTED reliable woman to take
COUNTY FLORIDABY veer to the Complaint with the Clerk .
: E. D. Manning Jr. Secretary of said Court and to serve e COPT of more effective conduct of its ever and housekeeping care of two responsibilities children. 17 Work Wanted Male GLADYS SMITH
(JJM) ':24, 3:31 same on Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs' attorneys
and t Phone FR 2.2UO after 4:00 JUno WANTED ianitor lob, or delivery MASON MANOR Just lilted
whose names end address research develop m e n
appear below not later than April WANTED lady for four afternoons work after d P.M. Call 377-468. Newberry Road: Quality homo very neat 4 bedroom, 2 bath
Decree activities. For: Fascefl, Fuqua, White complete In every detail. Excellent home. Large Ih/Ing room. Cen
em, 194 Herein fail not or e Can to watch children. or tral heat and air
Pro Confesso will be enter. Matthews. colored. Must be dependable. IS< Schools fir Instructions construction. Large lot with conditioning.
Beautiful lot with lovely fenced
Gibbons, Gurney, Phone 3724704.WAITRESSES many trees and shrubs. Three
UBURBIAIVC you. to back yard. A perfect house
DATED bedrooms two Slid boms. Extra
this 4th day of March, A.D. Against: Bennett, Haley, Rog wanted. Apply In person REAL ESTATE large Florida Room. Carpeted for e growing family. Convenient

IN THE <\TRi 1160.J. and Sikes. Not voting: Cra to Bob Evans Manor Motel living room with fireplace.' Complete to Elementary end Ju n I 11 r
.
B. CARMICHAELClerk ers Restaurant. 2325 NW 13th St. EXAM built-in Kitchen. Hardwoodfloors. High schools.
N ors of the Above entitled 2W well.I
mer Herlong Pepper.On The Owner has
experienced waltnss.aNsalRi
Court WANTED IUMMER IS AROUND THE COR
COURSE reduced the price and wants to
TONITE! At 7:15
(Court Seal! Banner>N.C., amendment Apply Larry's Restaurant ATTEND FIRST LESSON SELL. Call 312-S7f7 for an ap. NER end we have the perfect
BY Emily Waterhouse 1225 W. University Ave. No FREE HOWELL'S BUSINESS polntment to see 'this fine bargain Florida house to make summer
Come Esjrty See Cartoons Deputy Clerk rejected 160-193, to restore -,phone cells please. COLLEGE 21* W. Untv. Ave. FR In a home. end winter a ...lgh1. Three bedrooms
FAGAN, CROUCH & ANDERSON +3507, 372-3727. 2 baths. living room with.
i Attorneys for Plaintiffs to TreasuryPost.Office Buy 12 Mai Help Wanted Blade Acres: Contemporary home fireplace and wait to wail ear.
212 Southeast First Street Department appropriation bill MEN. AND WOMEN WANTED built to last. Excellent In all details. pet. p a m l lr room, saeenddporch
A SHAlTERING'ENTERTAINMENT Gainesville Florida COLORED: WAITERS TO TRAIN FOR Easy to heat and cool. central heat and air conditioning
(31.,) .3:10, 17, 24, 31eeae |10 million in funds for the Coast CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS Large living area with fireplace plus lovely fenced to
MEN with experience preferred, and overlooking a secluded gar i back yard with swimming pool
........... Guard. For: Bennett, FasceQ good working conditions, excel > den. I. a u 11 M kitchen with and shuffle. board court.
.. .. lent cllentle. Apply Carman- We prepare Men and Women. breakfast room. Three extra
EXPERT i .l! .. .. Fuqua, Gibbons, Gurney, Mat Ages 18-55. No expertenj\ neces.aery. FINLEY AREA We htYe
,.. ella's, 7C6 W. Univ. Ave. No large bedrooms, two tile nth:. two
....
.. .. .
,. Against: phone alb.SALESMAN Grammar school i education Good financing either conventional lovely 4 bedroom homes. Welk
thews Rogers.
Pepper, usually sufficient. Permanent or FHA. Let us show you Ing distance. : to J. J. Finley and
K 'I Haley and Sikes. Not voting: wanted: Attractive fobs. No layoffs. Short hours. this modern home >today. Phone built> on nice wooded tots. Both
proposition to Insurance sales. High pay. Advancement. Send 372-5393 tor an appointment. 'owner* have left town, so botn
1t .. Cramer Herlong. man er real estate ..1eMI.... name home address phone are waiting for nice large tame
( i j jstlMr '. ...,. .". Hire! Call 374-3507 for appointment. number and time home. write GLADYS SMITH REALTOR lies for, Immediate occupancy.
of bill
.. .' On passage, 283-73, an- Marcel Co. Box 388-A, c/o Gainesville Call for compute Information on

.'. thorizing appropriations of $5; ROUTE city route.M NExDrlen established a desirable Sun. ASSOCIATES MULTIPLE: LISTING I both. homes..

214 NW 13th FR 66472NOW for National Aeronautics but not necessary. Transportation U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS Ben Griffin Dan' Sheldon: : LARGE BRICK HOME near the
93,810,600 fur n I shed.. Hendrtx Men-women 18-52. Start titan Caroline Noyes Florence Bums University .convenient to J.
hrAMt MItW and Space .Administraion. Furniture Co. as $102.00 e week. Preparatory 1228 W. University 77i-53f7 J. Finley. This lovely home has

training until appointed. Thou e large living room with fire
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical
I For: Bennett, Fascell Fuqua condition 21 to 35. Married sands of lobs open. Excellence NW SECTION for sale. or rent Sand place, large dining room three
bath CCB ,
bedroom, 2
I 1 must be bondable. High school usually necessary. FREE Information bedrooms, 2 baths, Fl. r I da
Co-Feahir At 10:30"STRAITJACKET" Gibbons, Gurney, Haley education preferred. Apply 204 on lobs salaries,' requirements. home. City water lights >and room plus e ,study. Large wooded

RRIr6 IM TNIAi61i likes. Not voting: Cramer, Her Sell! SW 5th St. name, address. Write end TODAY phone. Lincoln giving sewers.Phone FR Shown 2-3824.by appointment.. tot. ;


with JOAN CRAWFORD i Lr/00L/w/1wAdaLRRR1 NN/M, long. I Service Sun.Box 331-M, c/o Gainesville .- FOR PALE BY CWNCR.' Fer -JUST. poriry LISTED home -to Lovely Gwynn content,. .

l 2 Color Laff Hits I ADVERTISING Savoyivingr home economist Four bedrooms 2 baths, UToy
home. Formal living
Opea <:45 Shew at 7ilS 21 Special Services designed room .with fly fireplace end
dining
First' Run See Beth Late M fM REPRESENTATIVEA built room,. separata in kitchen with pantry.room wail to wall carpet. Separate
VISIT TONY RANDALL .dmlng room family room love
Fla. .. hall '3
'.,.HE BRASS BOTTLE" ? wonderful opportunity for "LIKEa NEW"dotlMiesa what you'll Carpeted rm. ty screened to patlo-twllt
WEEKIWACHEEFLORIDA WELCOME the right m.... Must be between RdVAY'' DRY CLEANERS.cleaned at 3hr. on BR Shady S full lot tile near Dams new Country Located kitchen. Lovely large wooded

!nil Hit At '$0 20 40 years of Broker tree pickup and Club elem. school, Med. Center ', tot. Shown bV appointment emyPARRISH <
DEBBIE REYNOLDS age be able tab type delivery5 AIRWAY costs less ft Univ. Price 818.MO. Call
"MARY MARY"' ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- or at least 40 have Va SE_ U* St. FR 5-!115. 372-2371 tor appt.
transportation. This M.M
restoredIn good
was
Electricity partly local lob offers tremendous ,, .. : .
STARTS FRIDAY 21 Hots l. foyasaeBi. 3 BR. ZV baths 25x25 family _,
and tor future advancement
this quake-ravaged city possibilities room Igv living rm. enclosed
-SHOCK TREATMENT""WILDLY good salary garage, central heat a> air cond.
_, an illuminated street sign plus commission end. expanMI. THINKING ,Of Alurn4h Lot beautifully landscaped. 344
I LAST 2 DAYS I .. paid vecatton: and in far en estimate tin NW 12th Ave. Call FR 3-4518 forappointment.
linked on: many many fringe bonef .vm aiding End_ pohiltnaj worries .
COMIC"LIFE \ Must wUIInj tow forever. 6- p5 or 372-
"Welcome to Anchorage: All- erR IorW Aced hours. Experience S BEDROOM Mock house for ..... & Associates
MAGAZINE preferred, but not 714EMRAYS 2 Bathe. Would like S500 equity _
DISNEY
WALT AT1 3 ,5 7.e, 9mn American City." RentCLASSIFIED necessary if oueimed In en and take vp payments...Call FRa Inc.
complete
other aspects.of sled qualificationstoDox 27 FeeeJ eV FerrilUefDASRY 30.

ATQGERWAtKS resume 39f.,.f oamesviuo FOR. Sale by owner, t BR, bat4eotspete MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
block home, en Ig H, Wayne Hill Helen Graham,
Sun.MARRIED fEb ILiZER Ib N per corner let NW section. 1730 NW Carolyn GardensMro Mary Parrisn
HEARING yard. per bet 37421 55th Terr. FR ,-211t. It NE First St. TeL 372-S375
MOTICB OP PUBLIC
NOTICE Is hereby 0hearkq that e pubnc man age 25-55 .or eonvblnatien 4. IRe 2 bath, with central heat
TECHNtC Oi-OR will be the Florida Insurance debit. Exper331 -, Lhwtack 8 SoppJJe ft air-conditioning. 4123 H.W.,. UtnSt.
Peter Sellers I Milk Commission Mida A end eM of ; boa r Mle/ui but Nt ......... FR e-782. FRED

Sed ttte Milk Marketing Areas arMid Florida. J 0- CaN sn-n61 for 1nterYW. t. year eld horse saddle end bri-
1 THURSDAY'I G rIe C. now under Its supervision regul. MdOb-!"' ,,*, ... For children 8125. Phone48J McKINNEYGREEN
Ion, at the Robert Meyer Hotel JadessltwUb : !": SALESMEN I5-5Q, Salary -'JI1> Breaker.SO .

....,1IIk'1 Florida, en April X1W4. rale- '. ., beverage casursbsloa routs 101 wrMe P. 0. au ARNOLD .
piUS
live to the following matten: PETS fr SUPPLIES
lEST DE If BE YEAR I Dr. StralllioveDr. I Consideration of end the aNdrb a GelnesvUte. III- DEATON

Witty of any change: oriehenges CAREER e PP orfUnItY' wIttI shepherd AKC REALTORSCountry
aU marketIng GERMAN pups.
ACADf7lY AWARD WINNf! RK ....11w65/TS.. _WInJIIIWLMn. following areas orders under for the any lurlsdlcttoft or of the tional jTte 3S.oraamMtlan.Ambit*'-, end Young willing ijns n'wadand Quality.Bred for See aT.t"yuoiN. REALTORSYour

c-_ .85.1 -torida Milk Commissions to work. Salary end cemm\\
W. Itm Terr. or Ptone FR
...._....oowc WIll n) Base-Orders .... Stock Purehase pUn for e-2380. Opportunity
,(!) Allocation Procedures rmanent ewplevees. Corn. Living
BWBENCE <3) Prices to be paid Pr'' a+ CI!. and IeIdI tumIIMd.I FOX TERRIOR puppies S wks To own a 3 B. R. 1 bath home hi IM Acres, gootf twe- tory modernteed -
i distributors end producer distributors I( nrndn end orwP beMo old, $15 a. S20. No Striday ca.... the N. W. .... Ha living home, 2V* Inside bams, X ;;
(4) The Practices OrderS fits. NO experiencewTtreto r/Cu Ired. Photo 716Qd1.AMERICA'1 room wtm fireplace din In.. big sheds. Everything' but
OF ( School FatilTr you. gpportuItlty tor room., screened porcIAll.- this the price. Only $11000. call a3522. -
J Territorial Limits of marketingrofts advancement te the rtgw. fnan. most wanted --. for e down payment of 5100.00and .
U)
.1D 'DY Singer Cow 214 w. Unhr. mlnatwre Schnauzer puppies. monthly charges of only
.ADlUJ a ; Consideration of en current emergency Apply AKC raaMtrm. 372-7 tlortaor ....-... (7) Dial Interest. Act qukklyt Call Fr. City Living
Cooperation ROUTe IIIIft pH151.1r11M 31 LOTS FOR SALE 23617.Northwest'.
(I) of the feeslMttyedvisabtuty ant ce.: Three bedrooms J baths .n
_. :' aM -5"2' Pod paved street. FamIlY, comfort at
MarbtwIde ProduCer Eflu. WANTED JOUI't or IftIdC HIIIdman. FOR SALE 1 acre land. Rainbow economical price. Owner trans
Order for o given marketing" era nerd MecfIIIncIIMd tIfftllntalft Lakes Estates, selling for' Immediate occupancy
beautiful three bed
than one area, 'or ell areas HkaCmr fleet of PI' arlun +. M5..- win sett tor tim casher SEE. Me MASONRY HOME witiDla.. Drive tv US NE 12*
the Fteride !u 3764672Announctments for IftIII'\IIIrs"' dv01GM take room Court. We have the key. -
1ur1sd1ct1on.0I s0t end ever p o yments. I
S4M1ar oak floors Spacious I I v e f
end .. .. ore'K Bill Etherldge. FR -
nussiofu to review o rr* VLSi Pfceno 373-eMS._ room and Florida r'IOI"I'tf'"
submmed by tile Cemmmee eppolntetf Interview. Central Northwest
SHOP to make e study o eervey end ....,... ,4 NICK Ms connecting. en NW place In Living ream
QUALITY M wANT rdfYel heatKitchen ray ""I pedDoutIIe -
r recommendation, to the Commission IMft. IImneed Mme.rilldi ... ... 35th Ave. lust 4' Mocks off 3ikAve. eerrsrt-comer: lot itr Large wooded tot, central heat t
QaMI5Cfb1r M+erea. 1fC..ey- "..".., RIMMlint ST x 1ST. Bargato J grip x W S21500. Good finances. Urns. Lets of A00awrih, feed ,
(il eflrntlMtIaII ef tile time When Call Pa-Oil. Ptserst h1li CaB FR..1a6T7.J. neighbors $ terms. j
Scr .
Shop 'ICC ta the Ask also about the fwd story
order chanoe er chanpte tot. i
any OWYNM OAKS torpe beay *
entered If tne Cemmleslenas ONE of the largest hawreace eemanles Call FR(-7I2f. at Snoop wtm only $700 down.
MM wooded area.
> to ceMjatrf h e> wattlen J. Finleywe
rresutt -
of eudi hsartag end Jnvesflgattan -r .
by the CommlssJon ore to BecomeM open man between ego .3 ACRE weeded tot borderInG Welt have lest' fisted M attractive Littlewood j
ShoMAG Tech TVAVOX 21 to 30. Unllmtteel fvtiire. Start .Sitls restricted. Phone 4732172a
1i ... .... Altar ,fVst 1 IB.R. 2 !>ath home wtm ,II. two '
t.j C1r111d5rBtiaR ,_ f|IlhrtninathR at SM per *.,6:. PJM. desired andshall Need .3 f bedrooms, e -car "ga
( i LOST fr FOUND C l|' room hi e much ,
V* one] better. Roam paved ,
weeks
eTa .... roMtM to the torsgolni Iota *. rage, Ftorioa on ,
SatTei tile Cuniinleslon'i W*....' 3n4171 far eeps.Market. oM the are School and mi street flUX wtm FHA terms, J

1.heeld .lie ....... .and ddlatahsdd LOST SIAMESE CAT 'light"" dark MANAGtR trNrtaa .........dbtdr FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY, Univ. Fireplace. Beautiful less If buyer assumes presentARNOLD
i ALL perties ........... end tile puWkare tea iDan.. temate. CUM ... ... shaded let-t. window ACHearty b a+.
Hvned to ettonel ead pressni and hssrltroksn- CaB Pt-2307. '' yAPPM Jat1u0M MIIIt:' new Deluxe fee range

f.iflWRl vlde fiCei vi
WHO H.. White pews and cheat. M. FIKLD has. tPwhr tsr cell ; era auladad end' maw :
REQUESTED tee
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(i i I 35 J'!=::=:a for Sole 35 Home* for Sale, I 35' Houses for Sale 45 Furatshed Apts. i 47' Hovses for Rent Fare. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Shadow Lawn Estates ,


I Cuitom-buCt homes that
CLASSIFICATION INDEX UNFURNISHED CCB house for FURNISHED apartment. Near 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban 3 BR home $90 per month. 2 BR U tired lookcustomhaUL
OVER WOO Ft. plus carport and ale, 3 BR 1 bath cent heat I $300 DOWN business center. water Furnished. home. Plenty of room. close to home $60 per me. Partly furnished .t homes wit yon that are sab-dM-
porch. 3 BR. and study. W* built-in even & rang Located I $60. Phone FR 3-1323, or school. Available April 1st. $120 2 BR home $60 per mo.i Furnished lion look
bam attic fan built to drawers on paved street. .Nica yard. .. 24794. per month. Can FR 2-4957. L J.. duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per see
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE vanity and storage galorel SOX140. Phone 376-0680 between 5 P.M. I $300 DOWN will buy this attractive Moratto 2505 N.W. 4th St. me. Call FR 6-7466. F. D. Oliver. BId,.
'lID Meaterum Convenient to Metcalf and 7:30 P.M. week-days and I 3 bedroom masonry home. LARGE 1 BR upstairs well furnished Fa. n 2-4S64
's Cart el nub Cl Waate4 .. BIT Bishop Parochial Schools. $$0 week-ends. -C If s vacant so you can move rightIn. excellent neighborhood UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Vest oa NW ZStk A... vast
'I Lost Ta* tt 3behtnery .* TeolaSS Mo. V.A. 4\k percent. FR "-217S.I I NO QUALIFYING NECESSARY S7L50. 306 N.E. 5th Ave. Fr .. 48 Moose for Rant Uafora.X with stove S refrigerator. Si tae Glea SfTtagt JaSU....

4 Personalise Scrrleee BmOdimg Materials 3. bedroom WIMBERLY: ESTATES. Just break 0969. fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th u... Sea lip aa left.

I Travel laformatleeiSp at Beaasbaid GeNa I I BY CCB OWNER.home. Located at 310 NW Ing ground on new imaginative 1238: SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. 1' unfurn. at 1421N. Terrace.26179. Call 372-1932 or FR
S eUl XeUeeo IS ASU4UI. Ave. Down payment only bomell Now Is the time to buy : SPACIOUS 3 bedroom, 2 bath BR. Bath
20th upstairs. live In apt. below. W.13th St. $80 moo Call University >
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: 7 FterUta Mice for Sale I I $300 $50 monthly. phone 62734. under contract *. choose dejor home on large comer lot. Family Cover-lease a. utit. with Income. 3724351. 4 BR 2 bath house for lease 6
Realty
; S Ball y Bltte... CkJU Cant TraCIe Pests thru out. Uoyd D. Myrick, Btdr. room utility room terrain miles west of town, $150 mOo
Places T. G. Amt M Article Wasted I I 3 BR. 1W baths carpeting & other FR 2-5689. I' floors built In oven and range Ford. Box 207 Yalaha. Call 376-3401.
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features. Ideal for small chit- central FOR RENT 3 BR 2 bath twHt-Jn
Tune 1'. ... w on Weeds heating system and car NEW 2 bedroom furnished'apart FOR SALE NEW HOME
W MarineTS dren. Close to schools. 719 NW ITS V A kitchen comer tot 2 blks. from FORDYCE RENTALS
Beata E.. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate i port. C A NT. OWNER ment. Air conditioned btodp
i AUTOMOTIVE 11 Cap .Bust. FI 19th Lane FR 2-3784. dining room. Take advantage READY TO SELL from Electric kitchen. Metcalfe School |Jr. high. 1943 No Down Payment
campus.
Office .. .. of owner's having to NE 15th Terr. 312S per month. SEVERAL attractive homes
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W AlryUao Bates-XeBtala NE section for sale by owner. 2 Call 3724007 after 5:30.
'73 & have spacious rooms DUPLEX Near the University Call 372-5733. available end also apart
n MakUe flea for Site Maslcal Xerchaatiae BR. Ig. Fla. rm. Ig. landscapedlot. move 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths central
& wardrobes In new home area 2 bedroom apartments kitchen ments. Call or Contact For.
FHA SllOOO, $400 dn. $75 1 ROOM furnished apartment $10 a heat. General Elec kit.
U Tracks 'N'1&Je'It'l'ncb 3 8 It. home with
executives. S 19, equipment included. ONLY masonry gas dyes It Associates. Inc., 926
mo. 1515 NE 6th Terr. Call FR among young week. 3 blocks from square. M chen. Payments $115 per mo.
Wu1MTr&et.n 000. FR 25689. $14,800. OWNER WILL FINANCE range $IS per mo John Merrill West University Avenue. 376-
se *Track Beaiale REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2-4629 for appointment. block off W. Univ. Ave. 12 N.W. Realtor 372-1494. 1236. I
3rd St. FR 4-7074. FR 2-9569
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a* M.t.reycl. .. 8ce.ten 33 l... for Sail IMMEDIATEOccupancy 1 Br. apt. water FORDYCE AVAILABLE April 15th. It (03 -
34 WatcrfreBt I FORDYCEREALTOR FURNISHED NW 17th Ave. 3 BR 1 bath iiS
54 UBbile KcpaJra rreperly John Merrill fum. 31st Ave. N.W. It 9th Tern. Several lovely homes available
55 AiteaMhOe* fee Sale SS Bone* *.r Sale .3129 call FR ...17.- at this time.FOROYCE moo Call FR 6-5163 or FR 6-9990.
.4 Swap CanEDUCATIONAL SS Cottaa-ei Fer Sato I ASSOCIATES INC.
Realtor UNFURNISHED 3 BR hou> Stovt
37 Zeal Estate Exchanged SPACIOUS efficiency. Heat water,
926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 HOMES
a. refrigerator., 2414 E. Univ.
air conditioner turn. SUIt-
SS Real Estate Wasted aerial
SS Omt .f Tew Property MOVE INTO YOUR OWN MULTIPLE Phone USTING able single or couple only. No AVAILABLE April Uth, at 201 Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 BoOt to your plans and sped
IS 8eala a ......eu.a 40 BuiBCM Preyertiea MODERN HOME ON ASSOCIATES '372-14J4 pets. $75. Avail. Apr. 1. 406 NE NW 10th St. 3 BR I bath $75 P.M. for app. fications. Built anywhere fciAlachua

SO U WaattdIutrsctIEMPLOYMENT Mule. D....... 41 BestdeatUI ..... RENTAL BASIS BEFORE Roman Patio MARCELLA PARDIW. 6th St. mo. Call FR 63141cr FR 6- 3 BEDROOM living room, dilng : County.TOMMY .
f99S.
49 Fanaa a Acreage YOUR LOAN CLOSES. H. BUCKHANNAN 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & room. tile bath. Screened porch. RIDGELL
43 Catered Property Rentals Priced from $12,750 to $1M50 Yes. this lovely home has a Roman OWNER Income property close- dean. For married: couples only. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished bride Convenient to Shopping Cenier. I
4>l Ceiered Property sales NO MONEY DOWN VA Inspired patio. Truly a hometo in. Lg. house. garage apt. Bargain Adults, no pets. Rent reasonable. houses. 190 per mo. 209 N. E. Water furnished. Available now. BUILDERS
WaBte Kate size
11 Werk be proud of. Four master S8S. Phone FR 4- 70.
$100 Call 3767844. 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 3-4065.
only closing
U Werk Waatei reatale pay bedrooms. two glamorous baths for cash. Phone 372713. Call FR 2-4125
14 Sates Help Wa te4 RENTALS Free lifetime Best terms Swim FHA Club Mem long living room with handsome 23 SE 4th Ave. NEW 2 bedroom mobile home water 3 BR IV* baths central' heat FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished I
13 Help-Mala or Female fireplace, large family furnished 1 mile past Glen $110 a month. 1943.NE 15th St. house. located in NW section.
44 Cottare Fer BeatUraraUae Walk to Schools.
bership. terrac 37 Real Estate ExchangedWILL McKInney Green Inc. FR 23617. Call 372-1173 after 4 P.M. weekdays -
U MU Help Waat 4 AIIbUalanllilet room opening on Springs on 23rd Blvd., George
HUGH EDWARDS the heart of or all day Sunday.
to delight
Drama a kitchen Orton.
4* Apt*. -
11 F...... Help ffaate4 t47> Beeaea fer. Beat Fan.a any woman. $31.710 with $2400 3 BR home with SV* acres of land r :
:INC. down and balance to be arrang exchange $1300 equity on 49 Rooms for Rent
Resist far Bait- Varan. ed. Consult Fordyce ,a. Associates 3 BR house In Tallahassee for 46 Unfurnished Apt located hi Orange Heights. Ph. WATCH FOR
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FARMS LIVESTOCK' 4* Reab fer Beat 462-1001.
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. Inc. 3761236. like amt. in Gainesville. Within IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
ZC rum E.......' M Betel BaauII '\ 372.1551 3 mln. of FSU. 3722326. FOR RENT, X bedroom semifurnished NICE room close In. Private entrance
nre4 a reroute* II.... B.atel. __ all channel aatenna. Off .
house. Archer Road.
$65
23 Livestock IUa '..< sia-Wa. Architect ,,2 e R. duplex apt. $50 per mo. _
a SQ. ; te4)) 1' BeatS month. Phone FR 2- 235. street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd Cooperative apartments to
tS l.adlealq '1'.. Befl. >| $. WrS Waatee"U YOUNG accounts for the beauty 38 8 Real Estat. Wanted I. 2207 s. E. 45th Terr. Call 372- Place. FR 3-2582. be built In Gainesville. For
30 rU .nD" Offlee i Desk Syaea designed In this three bedroom. two bath 2372.: NEW J'' CR 2. both brick house I Information call FR 4-2921
31 LtretUck WtmUA I' Bwto. JMatals heated and elr centrally WANT TO BUY
shady lot. 4 miles s. of Univ. .service. Linens and refrigerator --
FINANCIALu.u SERVICE AMERICA ,with tinned fireplace.home. Large spacious living Florida room 2 or 3 bedroom home with 47 Houses for Rent Fura. I, on 441.. $125 per.mo. Phone 3722954. furnished. 372-115. ,P. O. Box,1395GsinesyLlii Fie.$.

M easiness 0............:".':' .:WI ;I. n Sveclal Serrleea room. Completely built In, else- family room and 2 baths. Kitchen : MEN WOMEN ROlend '
17 Moses t. Learn. 23 .. Iapremeata HOMESPRESENTS Irk kitchen with stainless steel must be equipped. Central LAKE GENEVA 2 end 3 bedroom FOR RENT unfurnished house 3 apartments near Campus. Day University! Park
SS MeritareaUMuey -.. 34 Ba41 TV Service eountertops. First time offered. neat preferred. Must be priced houses month or year. MathewS BR living rm., dining rrru kitchen Week. Month. FR 6-293 or FR
Wsate _ta ArtUMce a Faraltaie Located near J. J. Finley School. right with reasonable down pay. son Manor. Call 475-2981. 2 baths garage & stor 6-1082. Apts.
S33JOO.OO. consult Fofoyce a. merit. Write to Box 365-A age. Stove & refrig. turn. 185. :
NEW BRICK Associates. Inc.. 3761235.Genteel Gainesville Sun. FURNISHED air conditioned 3 Phone 372-422S. NICE. quiet room carport telephone
Br. 2 bath CCB, 1101 NE 14th or kitchen privilege. lit
DUPLEX lot wanted Write Ave. Excellent neighborhood 2 BR. CCB $60 per mo. 2209 SEth .
35 Houses fer Sele 35 Homes for Sole I MODELSOPEN Living price and terms to box 38S-A $130 per mo. FR .... Terr. Call FR 22372. weekly. FR 6-1961. y -

10 a-m. Til Dark' b descriptive of the life you will In care Gainesville Sun. FURNISHED 2 bedroom house. 2 Bedroom house plus den stove QUIET. desirable. In private home.
Convenient to University and .. ..
2404 .$1: Urn St. $350 down; '(65'' IFypIaltto) build\ and would FEATURES: lead .In this attractive Centrally two heated bedroom 40 Business Properties 732 N. W. 23rd Blvd. Phone FR. 24th furnished.St. $125 Call month.Gladys 26 Smith S.W. town See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. :
monthly. SI0,400 balance. 3 BR. like a custom built home by experienced h 0 m e. 25452.FOR Realtor. 372-5393. Call FR 65361.2100..
CCB. built-in range. auto. hett builders that have Fireplaces and beautifully appointed plan- WHAT'S1BACK
patio. No closing costs. Phone the time to discuss plans with Screened porches ned for economical living. This OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. RENT furnished 2 BR home .
Custom kitchen cabinets home can be handled with a on Lake Santa Fe available now. -
372-3945 or 372-1785. you >call 372-2527 ask for Gene Main St. Formerly occupied by
of $300.00 Phone FR 2-3169 or 372 5453.
Paramore. Wenave availableour Oversized bathrooms' small down payment Associates Discount.
38R. 2 bath house. $300 down 30 plans to choose from. Plus many other custom and monthly payments of only 372-4045.. Call 372-7470_ 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house TO BETTER SERVE YOU ,
and assume VA mortgage. Call tax and .Inter
features $73JO Including
Complete financing can be explained In Brooker.Dial 4856681.t .
372-1815 after 5 P.M. to In est. Total price $13,300.00. Consult TEN unit apt. house, excellent
you right your own
W. Need To Knew These Answers.
N.E.c llth Dr. (3003). 4 BR. 1V4 home. For appointment call.. VA & FHATERMS FOROYCE .. ASSOCIATES Gainesville loCation. $ epti, fur.nisheoV BR furnished house 505 NW ,
baths, CCB home alt P n electric range & central Of Gainesville Inc. Aporax &ooo to handle* .FR dren. 3100 per mo. Phone 3762823. a lot. home or business property

heat. Low down payment. Builders of Klngsberry Homes. Cathedral 6.0569. 'Tell us whet price range, size, amount of down payment,

372-1049 Monthly after payments s & weekends.of $39.16.' Call Ph. 372-2S27 nltes.372-7401. Walking distance to elementary ceilings In this lovely home. It Is 42 Farms & Acreage 2 BR floors.house Si with T.V tile antenna.bam, AvaiL parquo and monthly payment.Let GROWING
& Jr. High Schools Shopping i. to cherish. Four bedrooms
ANGLEWOOD truly one with reel estate problems.
by owner. 3 BR. 2 us help
you your
NEW- HOUSE. 3 bedrooms 2 two baths. large living Apr. 1st. Call 376-1748. ,

baths c.ntral heat. c.c.B. Call bath 3722727.Price (17400. (800 down. Churches.YOUNG room fenced patio. modern kitchen RETREAT ,FROM THE HEATTo 2- BR,' bath kitchen. llvtna rm.
Bum-In kite hen. Save $1400. built In stove and DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES INC
with country living In Los Trances dining rm. combined: $50 per DEMANDfor
Call for appointment FR 6-4774 ate dining room. '
oven. s e pa r month. Inquire at 1025 NE 3rd -
3 BR. 1 bath, 3 blocks Woods. 2.4 Acres
Little for
or -FR 2-3824. wood school. stove. refrlg. .carpet AMERICA large utility storage home double' carport In down. Paved road only frontage.(365 Ave. Ph. FR 66703. 825 N.W. 13th St. Dial FR 2.2511 Day or Night

a AND 4 Bedroom homes. On (500 down. $95 mo. No beautifully, this lovely ;r'r school busses, utilities. Drive t BR. CCB furnished N., E. sec Jack DeYot-Realtor.! .
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ACM lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue closing cost. $12,800 totaL. FR
Priced at $27,500 and you name west on Newberry Rd.. turn right tion. Call FR 27151.7ICURIS. Associates:
to 43rd St. Intersection, turn 2-6060 52S M'V 34th Terr.< HOMESNW CONSULT FOR. SR 24V Watch i for the sign on
terms.
right. go approximately I mile, A HOME for Florida. Lg. open your DYCE S ASSOCIATES.. INC. right. Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway. Christine Stone .
left.
se..Ign on
T. 'D. ZETROUER, BUILDER riving area with walnut paneling 34th & 7th Avenue 3761236. "Selling Florida Since 1906" ; Member Multiple ,Lilting BUTLERBROS.
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FR 6-3848. built-in planters. 24 ft. "Ralph Realtor
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sliding glass doors opening onto Phone 372-7070 Colonialhome FOSSEY I KUEHNJR.:
enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135 :
2 baths, central air-condition with traditional charm -eo Member Multiple Listing Homes. Lotsv Income Business .
::STORY Ing and heating eat-In kitchen CAREFUL! beautiful with lovely trees and FARMS RANCHES and Lake P Pert7. :
with built-in stove dishwasherand shrubs abounding. Only $$22300 RURAl ACREAGE Farms aDd Acreage.E. ., .
disposal. Close to schools. a kind located bi finest PROPERTIES "CURLY" KUEHN Jr.
RED BRICK 22000. 922 NW 36th Terrace. c-W.ot neighborhood.1 Con. s u 11 C3S N. MAIN ST. HOMES?
Week days after 5. FR 44945. Protectyour ASSOCIATES. ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTOR
FOR D YCE fc FB C-3033 Broker, FB, 64544
U.S. 441 ,, .
INC. 3761236.'FORDYCE. Hwy. Mlcanopy Fla.. : '.'f.: ': :"?0i <
WESTWOOD LITTL.EWOODWalking investment Ph. 466-3120 ......
Fireplace-(trip oak floors-
very large kitchen with built distance to schools. 3 4.6 ACRES., beautifully wooded i"RIUII: :rU i1 Locationand
hems .
BR 2 home In Skyline
hi appliances, rear_screened Heights. Study hardwood floors Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bed home site. N.W. 39th Ave. near -t" '"' "
porch can be converted Into built-in range oven. Cent. room. One Bath house. Hugh Millhopper Rd. Intersection. If,. I --I----

Flan room-rear patio for priv heat. Shaded back yard. Call Edwards Inc. recognized the National 900. terms. FR 6-6448. NorwoodHope r--- .-. .. .
ecy 1 very large bedrooms 2
37 6-GI 2. Trend away from the one
baths. Floored upstairs and bath home In 1963. Hugh Edwards AssociatesInc. Fordyce AcreageA
ready' to convert Into 4th and NEW 3 bedroom. CCB, 8995. no longer builds 1 bath iE1w ;
ith bedroom or 'play room as 1450 down. $65 month. Phone homes. QualityWhen
needed. LIKE NEW Inside Day 495-2441 Night FR 6.4311.1311N.E.2othpL5yowner TEN acre parcel available at i
LIKE OLD yard and landscap They are obsolete this time. Perfect home sites. "H" I Inc.
ing. Frankly wo wonder If FHA 3 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGERS $1,450 an acre.
Choose Edwards --
modem Hugh
a rWrPANSOIWrINL24j:
did not make a mistake when BR. Fla. nfl patio 77.14 mo. TWO BATH home. You'llenjoy MULTIPLE LISTING We Trade Homes It Comes To
they valued' this property at only VA loan .lr 317.500. with lust $1,000., down tlonal. Make offer. FR 3-2341. get more your resale, .for, your Grace S. Fordyce, Mary Moeller acre. Fenced and cross fenc or PropertyThe .- LOCATION
Including closing costs. You home. Homes priced from '13.V. .- E. W. Moeller Harvey Benton ed. Good ranch, 60 acres In per.
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
may drive past 436 NE 10th 650. 926 West, University Avenue manent ,pasture.
Ave. for an idea of the value OWNER. TRANSFERRED 4 bed 376-1236 Cr QUALITYWe
then call I FR 6-2473 for an appointment room. one with private entrance ... pay'only FARM land. 160 acres for $165.00
down
Inside It 2 bath. huge family room, extra no money Off following ere ready for
to see ( looks Newberry and
(100 of Closing cost. FHA $500 LONESOME
I'M 1'ct.: acre.R Have
even' better). storage room. paved street. down no closing cost. occupancy. Only
Warner W. Weseman-Realtor over 2000 so. ft. living space. Is 'the sad cry -of these empty
1113 N. Main St. Priced to seU at 21000. HUGH EDWARDSINC. houses. Only you >can do some FORDYCE ASSOCIATES. 3707 NW'21st PL THE CREAM

NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2beth. thing about It. Take another look Inc. 4 BR 2 bath, $800 dn. $107
RANCHE1rESNEWBERRY
Central heat central air and .LET'S DEAL. 926 West University Avenue per mo. .1 .
cond. Northwest. $19.000. call ROAD. 5 acre home- N.E. 16th Ave. end 15th St 376-1236 1 : .
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3764927. sites financing available. 372-1551. 2141 N.W. 49th TERR. 1021 NW 40th Dr. J'-SMPriN UJiiER3 r-jJ
3-2 Outside City S16JOO
ALACHUAREAL TV y ; .*>,
43 Colored 3 BR m bath $400 dn. 39VJO
HOUSES FOR SALE 3-BR S- 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath home wlt& 3659 N.W. 16th AVE. Property
Bath central' heat with fire Associates heated pool. NW section. lust out NEW .'* A. Lot $25,000 per mo.
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price Member Multiple Listing' Of city. $21000. Phone FR 2-5689'1 I 316 N.E. 44th STREET IHOMES FOR SALE
$15.900 Arle T. Smith. .Broker 3-1 Small D.P. $10,000 2 ft 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 1442 NE 16th 'PI.J T
CHEAPER THAN RENT,. 3-BR Mabel U Gore.'Associate 2 BR. CCB house. furnished or 607 N.W. 19th AVE. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay BR 1V4 bath $400 down.
Vbcth SE: lath Terr. $9,500. 635: N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-2448 unfurnished I on beautiful landscaped i 3-2 A BEAUTY $17400 men?. Some 193 per me. :
Payments $65 per me. lot. Furniture' and house 3525 N.W. 7th PLACE ment. lysmssrt
1-8R.l-b1tt1. SE 46th Terr. $6400. :$60 A MONTH. New 2 BR.. CB like new. Equity & take up pay 3-2 Ocala Blk. $19.100 965. Also home built on your 4527 6"4617 SE 1st PI.
$45 per mo. home terrazzo floor. 10. lot. low I I ments. 230 SE Tist St. Phone 3669 N.W. 16th AVE. lot for no down payment.
Andalso some trade-In Houses. down payment. See. at 222 S.E. I 372-8949 after 4 PM. and all NEW ;3-2 V* A. lot $23.500I Call TOMMY RIOGELL 4518 fr 4608 SE 2nd' PL
Cad FR 6-7466. 20th St. 3714692. day Sunday. Builder Phone FR 2-4125 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $61

per mo. PALM VIEW

I UNIVERSITYREALTY 45 Furnished Apt .
: THE 218 SE 39th St. ESTATES

FUNIN WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or 3 BR. 1 bath $350 down $67 NW 39th Terr. &
2 girls (15 per week, to share per mo.
2 Br. home with young divorcee. NW, 16th Ave.
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-1351 303 & 313 SE 38th St.
Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Moo. I
W. M. Munroe, Realtor $16,000 to $20,950
Ass: S. E. McLaughlin, Frank thru FrL or anytime weekends.t 304 & 314 SE 39th St. -

Roby.Roy McCann T. C. Douglas BEDROOM air conditioned 3 BR 1 bath $500 on. $64 I
furnished apartment. New per mo.
Jr.REDFRANKS Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd
Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. 115. FERNWOOD
1 block from campus. Occupancy I
REALESTATEA by February 25. The following are under eonstmction MANOR

FLORlDA.SUN SUMMER special 1 ay J Bedroom I occupancy and will soon.be readyfor i NW 39th St. &

Apartments, well furnished quiet
NORTHCENTRAL BIG WHITE COLUMNED 13th PI.
PORCH graces the' front of this location. couples only, no pets. 3225 NW 29th Ave. .1

modem home situated on wood Six per mo. L. J.. Moratto. 2505 4 BR. 2 bath, S8SO dn. S112 $12,250 to $16,000WESTMoRLAND
ed hiU top lot In desirable Northowest. NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957.
BOATS MOTORSWHO mo. ,
OUTDOOR RECREATION par
3 large bedrooms 2 luxur.bus
BOATS fir,MOTORS baths, modern kite hen NICELY furnished 2 BR. apt : .
WOULD LIKE THE 70th TRANSISTOR RADIOSFrom with built > In range & oven. Spacious Excellent neighbor. 3224 NW 29th Ave.
HUMTIR Fiberglass Fishing 14 Lone Star "Big Fish" tkimlnum $12.95 to $89.95. dishwasher. Spacious step-down hood-.417 N. E. 6th Ave. 190 3 BR 2 bath, $750 dn. $102
Boat Introduced by FRANK boat with 1962 S H.P. John AM-FM Shortwave IMngroom separate d I n I ng mo. TeL FR 6-3985. Night & per ma323641W
PHILPOTT? son outboard motor and 14 Black's ,Audio room. Florida room wtttt sliding Sunday FR 4.7142. ESTATES
14 HUNTER Boat ...... S295JO Barrentlne trailer (best trailer 229 W. UnlV.' Ave. 372OiMLir glass doors to patio.' Luxuriouswail 29th Are.
14 MURRAY Tilt Trailer 314T93 bi town) for en525.. Te put to wall carpeting, central CLEAN 4 room apartment Good Addition No. 2
neighborhood. Close to "shop 3 BR t bath 3700 dn W
63 EVINRUDE U HP motor you where the fish are.BAIRD'S ...... heat ii air auditioning for year ..
.. ....... Olympic Mower .. $29JS month. 609 N. E. per... NW 39th Dr. &
. ... $325.00 MARINE CENTER Chase lounges _........... $7.55GoocVe round. comfort. REALISTICALLY :ecJ"F 21391.
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Total Retail List $762,95 LY at $23400. Call 3740617. NW 8th Ave.
401 S. Main FR !
24531IT : r Service Stores 3301 4V 3311
SPECIAL
SPORT CENTER
,........................ $675.00 __ Plywood fishing boats.S49JO .. 7J5 N'.- Main m-mJ. EAST SIDE NW 30th Ave.a Highland Court Manor: $20,000 to $30,000

133 HUNTER Boat ...... 295.00 BUILDING? We have JUST UST- BR 2 ....... S50 ekV WIper
14 MURRAY TUt Trailer $14X95a THE TACKLE BOX FLYING INSTRUCTIONSIf ED 5 nice tot In Nortnwest section GARDENAPARTMENTS mea.Jnes .
.erVINRUDB IS ,HoP. motor "The Heart Of East m paved street wIth ail
........................ $225.00 with CharlieFR Gainesville"check city convenIences avaaabta. CONVENIENCEHighland
3224
SPORT CENTER SPECIAL yw ....to try,- and can at- .Trees. $.000. Call 3744817. All Service -
S-179U
........................ $393.00EASY I ford little more than gas and SS7 per month up NW JOlla Aye. City .
TERMS OR CENTRAL 12 Lone Star "Little Fbh. oil Inquire Immediately. Own BUDGET MNDED? Try this Mat Gainesville's Finest 3 BR 2 bath $608 dn. 386
CHARGE aluminum boat with 1964 3 H.P. to United number only. FlightInstructions 3 bedroom 2 bath CCB horn located par mo.
FRANK PHILPOTTS Johnson twin outboard motor. available. Meeting $ on pine shaded landscaped Furnished or unfurnished Court Manors location Is hard to beat for con

SPORTS CENTER Only $3$. To put you where the p-m. Friday March 20th and lot where the azalea are Lovely 1 and X bedroom apart 3330 e 3320 venience. And H.CM. .homes are hard to beat for Monthly Payment
fish are.BAIRD'S. at blooming./ Only $. down & men?. 39 NE Kh St. Phone 3769603. -
March 27th 1860 N.W. 44th From $74.38
Where Quality Sells Itself NW 30th Ave. quality at a reasonable price. Why not see our many
MARINE CENTER $89 JO btcL tax
Ave., Gainesville 0.came any.tIme appx. permo.
20 N.W. 14th Ave. models today after work? They're priced from.$12.500
601 S. Main FR ,24531: at your convenience. es a. ins. Convenient location. FIRST floor 2 BR apt clean. 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn J7JJO
FR 2-5011 or FR 4-6193
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Call to $17,250 all constructed to VA and FHA standards.See .
,376-0817. freshly painted. Orkbi treated per mo. :
,.Man. Thru FrL .54 p.m. Sat Maun.
monthly. Water fum. Phone them today.
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SWIMMING POOLS LIst of Classifications to choose NEAR L1TTUEWOOD -IN E ST. 376-5383. .. Min. DownFHANothingDownVA'* -- -
from WOOD SCHOOLS Modern 3
bedroom 2' beth central teat, ass SUMMER rate. 1 Br. duplex, FOR RENT124SE7thSt.
Skiing Swtmmlng-Dh/lng. built In kitchen. Large lot. I
see at m SE 1st Ave. Call
BE CAREFREE Fishing Equipment. PRICED BELOW '.28.080. Good FR J.4625.EFFICIENCYI. I
Sun Want Ads and'IleahhY Safety Items. terns. Call $764117.REDFRANKS .'

Enhy e dean poof. Golfing Equipment.. water turn. 305 ,3, BR, 1.Bath .
Master Po* Service Inc. Tennis EClUI ment. REALESTATEClaude NW 17m 5?. $35 per mo. Cod -
Mo. OFFICE
Get Results I' Supplies It .Monthly cleaning Baseball Een'iement.1 M. -Red- Franks Realtor McKlnney Green. Inc. 3724617. 1 Year Lease, $100 per ) ) ? :. SALES "" --

service.FR Where to Fish. Myrtle Lassiter 'AssociateW. AVAILABLE for summer trimester NW 39th Terr. &
44060 2-3171 Plus -
24363 many many more. E. Btr! Harris. Associate ,. I and f bedroom fvwnisned I' ; NW 16th Ave.
7 N.Evlst Street Phone 3764(17 I apartments. Some air- ALL OUR HOMES ARE .-
Complete Real Estate Service conditioned.- Near University. OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Tel. FR 2-9545 or

MR. in the Member MULTIPLE USTING I 916 LW.7its Avenue. FR 4-2664. SEEING .ANYTIME IF I: Sales Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd. Nights and Holidays .

REDUCED TO $12400. $1,200 equity. DELIGHTFUL surroundings. YOU WILL JUST CALL.

I [ intheSunsectioL'PHONE $77.50 Mo.. Includes taxes Furnished. 2 large rooms. Private 1123 S.E. Ills STREET and' 1 ilk' Terr. '_ :Phone 372-3471 FH 6.9048 .
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...,. .r .... 56 I.shi.ss .OppiilVRJtli$. -66 Misc.For Sale. '66 Misc. For Sal 77 Mobifo Houe for Sale 85 AUTOMOB1US for SALE -;.
FOR THE CORRECT
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1:1 GAINESVILLE
the thriving cosmetics
INVEST in ; :
, ROOMS for rant ,.or .,gentlemen" Industry. J4. .county >distributorship ANTIQUE brass plena lamp. telephone DANISH mod. Iv. "". fvmNure' 41.' 45- x 10 J BR. Richardson FORD W4,' enarO ahjfo I eyL .' I FEDERAL QUALITYI TIME ,. .
I Maid jervlet, itMr the,u .. f. for aal..' WIll sacrifice. box, large carved buffet dressing tablet, desk.r B. 'ceee, Uke new 'sJ.,pe or. best otter.. ,.....'Good cwKfftton Price 1273 > AUTO SALES :
r mt N. W. 4th Ave. Can FR 4inoderm Write Bex L 3874,/care of Gates. mahagony sewing cabinet., rugs. dishes boner ste re. tape Call FR 44978. ;or make offer. Call 374-1582. I o. 441at FR 2-1411 f 1007 N. Mali St. -
dishes.traner. stereo tape
vine' Sun. record cabinet solid walnut rugs. LlM
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.. single bed 2 commodes. Western recorder. odds ends. lamps FORD ItSt Ranch. Wagon V. I i SimCAU.372.S1lI ''II : Courtesy Of Phone FR 26313Northcontrot :
WANTED .: ture wodUng 'ldy CHURCH BONDS saddle and bridle. Also odds moving. FR e-2024. WYATT- engine. Standard shin. Good I I'I '
I te Wn I BR home 1ft HW "'"' 4% Guaranteed negotiable condition.. Phone 442-1US.. Ala- I WE TRADE University Oterrolaf Floricta'BLflrQOSt
and ends. FR1_ Treasure .
"aftw *'Y. ..... 81000! '8500, 8250 & 810 denominations. ZIGZAGSEWING thuL' '" I II j I I -
Fairbanks.Turn left
.. 840,000 aggregateterms Chest at MACHINE SALE L FOR ANYTHING N. Mei. St. at 16th AT"
Independent Dealer :
at Gulf Station Trailer Sales I ;
'ATTRACTIVE large ron In QUiet available. PhoM>' 373-0494- BRAND New ..... Up LANCER. mod-778 4 Dr. HtIck.new .
home. Ideal for student or 454-1871 High Springs. ALL CHANNEL T. V. 'antenna Cabinet Slf'UP. Home of tires. 39,808' mL. BaL 90. .,
! Who Mr. Qalwin. 3764404.MERCURY
needs a desirable place to Double stack coms.- Nothing Buttonhole enachments V. Pacemaker Mobile Homes
Study. ,372-7883. 61 Wanted to By else to buy. 815. Brants. Sewing Machine Service Co. Shasta end Airstream IfSfc 4 dr. I -
FOR businessman..Large bedroom to U.S.- a. foreign 513 N.W. Sill Avenue. -815 W. Unhr" J74-107S.' Travel Trailers loaded with extras for SS hardtop a week. 'I NEW 1964 GMC I
private bath." Facilities for tIgNrYlosts. WANT buy THE BEST costs .e. .. Dry Dole's First 'Mobile Home Call BBl 372474. H & H MoIors.OLDS5I. .
oM fc Rebel Chain Saws 850
new. Stamp USED New' .
coins
Ne. 71ft Avenu.I up. clothes for less with Phl'gasfrom Dealer Since mi
FR ,.17OS.J. 8. Coin Shop 809 W. Unhr. Ave, 4 hp saws '93L We repair Fullflas, Inc. Phone 374, W2J Silver Springs Blvd. Fiesta station wagon. PICKUP TRUCKS frd-
Fla.. all 'chain a. lawn .
Gainesville saws mowers.Chain Prune 4291358Ocaia.
5302. AT. PB PS. W-W. R1H 8725.
r ,I-A' Wonted To Rent WANTED: water cooler' must be :Wisconsin saw and rentals.Briggs McCuUodI.Strattondealer. PAN TT guaranteed Dominion Fla Law FR 2-4449.mbeage, ,3001 NE 13th $t.OLDS AS I

priced reasonable and In good. Florida Saw I Co. FR fan with portable stand, new fc 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE .
,1 or more fcsdroom lormor. ext.working 2&; 8-5 condition.weskdeys.WE Call. 372-8441. 4341LANTIQUE' Sept., mX-820. Phone FR. 3am. -, ,W40. 3-door factory stick. LOW $175 -
bathroom unfumlsned house. Call ._' 43 ECONOLINE VAN. Owner Good cond. 973. 134 OLDS. Down
AS I -
t FR 2-9500 after 4:30 pjn. ws.. BUY and sell all kinds of furniture heavily carved walnutllbrsrytabli GREENHOUSE frame 4 shed elwotmantaed ..driven excellent eonoTtlon,dean Gond funning cond. S72S. RonnIe -
from the estate of
r -days. or all day'weekends.. stoves refrigerators lumber, aluminum low mileage 81.400. Ph. 442-1841 young. 372-5097.
clothes. radios. TV. etc. Can Dorotftf Dix. 8100 or best .offer. I
after 4
roof kerosene heater & tank. pjn. AND
FR 44454. PONTIAC.' 19SS, two tone paint .
I 52 Boarders Waatee1rvOvT.D FR 23977. See after 4 p.m. 323 NW 151ftIt. r .
FOR SALE cheap. Vt ton '51 Ford loaded with extras for *I a .
-i 64 HowehcH Goo* CLOSE OUT SALE pickup, good tires & motor. FR I wee*. Call Bill 372-3749. H S. HMotors. ...
, like to board the elder M540.BO Ptr Month iacludiog tax title. -
ty' best In food. best to care On Wallpaper. tIC a Roll HOOVERVacuum 5633 ...

no bad patients. Reply to bole T-A-G APPLIANCES HARPER PAINT CO. Tractors 4V Rental I life InsurfBCt, financing charges.NO ..
3$4.A In c.rsol Gainesville Tested and GuaranteedRefrigerators 18 S.W. 'Tlh St. 372-43M like new.- was $69.. Truck PONTIAC WAGON. 58 I _
Suft. 839 Now $29. Custom Safari new tires shocks, .-
42 Ranges from from 839 vpf up GE HotpoInt 1 ton air condition THE KIRBY CO. RENT a truck .....ay anywhere brakes exhaust system. Over- GIMMICKS Can .. bought at thai. .
54 Business Rentals 17 Washers from 819 upS er. 11.000 BTU. 118 Volt. II'" 712 N. Main. FR e-nia or e-lir In IMUSA. from United Rent- ell good condition $595. 4107 terms 2.doztn .. stock to choos. from. .
Dryers from 84* up Phone FR 2->>11. Alls. 425 NW Sib Ave. Fit 4-1835. NW wrh PL I 63 Rambler I :
WHY teke a chance For rebuilt
WAREHOUSE rMar rent. Lacated 2 Food-freezers from.from 89..* upS \f FIBER glass boat motor & washers and dish washers or RAMBLER Classic 1943. white 2- Tropical Pontiac Classic 4-dr<< 660'( automaticair I se
at 420 St. Call Dishwashers up trailer. 8429.00. Sew mandrel for repair service. Call FR a" 83 Motorcycles & Scooters door. power steering. R&H. Can conditioned radio mat I -
. JOHN MERRILL Realtor.. FR 10 TV Sets from 835 uo with JON Made .. 4Vi hp gas 0247 be financed or take up pay. .r, like new in and out ...
$ 2-1414. J'M VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. motor. TVi" table GMC Truck Center
saw. Spraypaint merits. ExceL cond. R 25992I
"I NW lib Ave.Ph. 371-5303 outfit. Racing Go 'Cart A-I HANDYMAN SHOP 1957 ALLSTATE scooter. In good I $2395

OFFICE Ave. 1. space Main St.for 2nd rent.floor Univ.20c USED) Maple sofa by Wlliett. $40; '' with 100 8 2<, yL mLS.engine.Starke.3-T-Shop. Hway 4 SINGLE beds with mattresses _body running repair.condition.$45. Call Needs FR 4-4014.UtIle I I VOLKSWAGEN. 1943. AM-FM redo. I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 ".
like I Seat bellS. White wail tires.Uki :
t per so. foot. John Merrill Real 39" Bunk Bed mattresses 4 chests: of drawers. 4 plastic -
, ton 373144. new. 825 for pair. Call FR 2- BICYCLE good condition. Phone chairs 4 end tables. 1 coffee 1943 50 CC DUCATI. Good condt.tton. new. $1.495. Call 372-449 I.
table with 2 end $95. Call FR 2-0459. after I =
. 2175 FR 2-2573. 325 N. W. 7th Ter. matching tables 1943 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B. 62 RAMBLER
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AIR CONDITIONED 1 platform, rocker I ocea pjn.195S '
, "NEARLY new kodem office or 65 AatiejMs BRAND NEW 1964 skmal chair, 1 drop leaf table CUSHMAN Scooter. P.W. Radio and heater. $400 down Ambassador 400 wide bucket IJ
Good
and take FR
I location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. 4 sm. mirrors. "1 ,kitchen cabinet over payments. seats. Automatic transmission.
I Ph. FR 4-2472 Weseman Realty ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call MODERN HOME 1 32" Kenmore space bait.a' running and condition.painted.Recently$150. Phone overhauled 2-5424. After 6 P. I BUY SATISFACTION radio hailer.AIR CONDITIONED 7
"
1113 R. Main St. 372-4310 Automatic sewing machines. buttonholes with oO drum. I 34" gas FR 4-312 after 4:30 p.m. '59 CHEVY Impel sports coupe, power steer""" power
fancy stitches. Etc. range. 1 14 CUe ft GE refrlger- .high performance 34$ s-s, RAN steering power brakes like w
OFFICE spaces for rent 2 Sal Full size head. ator wIth freezer chest across MONDA, 305 CC Dream. tVi years POI Cash. Ph. 4-791. new. -
rooms Ideal for front office 1 66 Misc. For top. separate dOOr. 1 44- open old. 2 cylinder. Electric starter. :
room with bade entrance. Will Only $88 bojok case. 4 sm. tibia lamps. Make offer. Phone Gary Huber BABY Hue 1959 T-BIrd fun pow I TODAY TOMORROW $2295
rent separately or ell together. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 115, W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 2 pole lamps I floor lamp. FR FR J-9J45. After f. er Including factory atr-condl- -
i Call 374-1480 or come see between Chairs low as ... No rnortridowf SEWING MACHINE 2-3019._. ttanlng. New tires. PI\. FR 2-
9 A.M. end J P.M. week- \, low as S5 per month. SERVICE CO. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 227S after 9.30 pjn. 62 RAMBLER ;
. daYS. 424 N. Main St. Free estimates pickup and delivery UNUSUAL. BARGAIN Watertighttank. BRING out the best In 63 METEOR eo... $2395 61 MERCURY $1395
service. All' work guaranteed. -. 12" L. f W. r H. Detach- your car. Custom +dr. Sedan automatic :
i I STORES FOR RENT on SOUth Phone 374-7714. WAR surplus mine detector' excellent able entrance hatchway bunks Superior Auto painting Si body 63 STUDEBAKER $1995. 61 RAMBLER radio. heater air conditioned : _
SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP ;
condition r used by $1395
Main' phone FR e47M or e> blower. air' pipes. Designed as work. Past dependable service; steering. Individual .
727L bicycle 26" for $20. plumbers treasure hunters fallout, shelter but usable for Your cars pep &' power show free pickup, delivery. WRIGHT'S 62 CORVAIR $1395 power _
GIRL'S heavy seats. A beautiful -
I 374-5347 after 7 PJM. reclining
850. Call up with a tune-up at BROWN'S 60 COMET
. $1045 -
NW
Call FR 4-2444 or FR 44878. many purposes. List SUOO now BODY WORKs. 2031 4th St.
ESTABLISHED grocery store real ;SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed 62 FALCON carl :
FORMAL & SMO. FR 4-2377. FR 4707. . S1395 '
estate stock and fixtures. Excellent CU. FT. Phllco refrIgerator reasonably wedding pawn recapping ft wheel alignment. 60 MERCURY $1295 $1695
opportunity, reasonably cleat $50. Phone 376- size 7. Orlg cost 8150 will ell'l SINGER sewing machine, pedal lOt N. Main. FR 4-4310. 1943 CHEVY II Station wagon. 62 COMET ... .. $1495 .
WorttIlwestlo.U at 1113 for half price. Phone '- type. good sewing condition 820. Air ,conditioned auto. trans.. r-
priced. g and 4382 after S P.M. or see 59 BUICK . $1295
Investing. Robert C. Smith NE JOth PL KENMORE electric range "I 101t ,NW 24UI Ave._ radio & heater, three seats. 62 STUDEBAKER SI295 -
.Realtor. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE t white side walls 4.000 miles 1
Mlcancpy. Ph. 444-3120. FORSALE CHEAP. Restaurant wide compartment.auto. oven 825. ft Phone warming 3747S1S GE '63 portable' dishwasher excellent less than S moL old.. $100 cash. 62 VW . . $1395 59 CADILLAC $2195 OPEN 8.8MON.SAT. = .
OTHER and 24 stools condition. 8100. Call FR 2-
business forcesmi to. formica counter CHEVROLET 195 4 dr. take up payments. Call 373- '
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sell store this Complete fountain. 0335. wagon 61 CHEVY . $1395 59 .
grocery week. equipment. You can buy this for only $$ $171 t to 5-3724738 after SP.M. DODGE$795 '
j Doing goad business' alt !- short order equipment. 52"Call Meet salesmen: CarlDavenport _
co.red. and our
FRIGIDAIRE Ironer. heavy duty
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i 1m. down payment. FR FR 2-075 or 2-9207.' Mr. good condition cost 8200 Sell 70 Bears-MariM 14ul. Motors.a week. Call Bill 972-3749. H H 61 COMET . $1195 59X-ORD . $495 P. G. Holder. ,
I .!231.. aner 7 PJIL, FR 2-0641. Page. I 850. Phone 442-141.' CONVERTIBLE. '43 Buick. Beige 61 COMET Elmer Miller. Clint FIlmIng ;:
$1195 59 STUDEBAKER J
CHEVROLET. 1954 4 dr. This car, every extra even air. Private eo $545 and Albert Plant _
CUT It pattern glass. Antique 18 FT. open-cock ,pit. 'offshore.fiberglass Individual must settle estate. -
dining room set and chest of boat complete controls Call to going Bill for 373-3749.-enfy $a.N e &week.HMotors. FR 2-7000 nights & weekends. 7 61 COMET . $1195. 56 FORD .. $495 s.ales.,manager _
drawers. New set of Birch lights! 18 & 5 gaL tanks N. W. 36th St. -
61 FORD .
. .. $1595 56 MERCURy.
NEAT
wood kitchen built Ins. Many 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis. ..

other Items. 3-T-Shop rfwey ski ropes belt life preservers CHEVY. 1953r', excellent c. n eL. I I BEST 8$. radio OFFER heater will PB buy Si 1951 PS.Olds air 61 FALCON . $995, THUNDERBIRD $2495 61 VALIANT ;
VALUES 100 8 mile S. Starke.
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REAL Si ladder. -
81.100. Phone 3735738.U" new brake system new seat condo Drive It. Phone, 3724934. 4-dr Sedan automatic trans !
FORMICA showcase with register FIBERGLASS Sea-breeze. 31 covers good tires. an exceptional 323 NW 15th St. .. mission. he fer. clean, premium or
car. For a good buy call en
well S sliding doors. like car.'i
I new 8125. Call 374-9335 between hp Evinrvde elec. Seminole' BF 374-993 after a r.M..1I day 1960 Volkswagen.. 4 -passenger Crane Lincoln Mercury"It's
trailer e
mos. old. $ 00Q, 2010N.
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Sat. & Sun. pick up truck. 1 owner loW $995
8 ajn. Si 3 pjn. .
W.' 13th St._ mileage. E xc. Itont condition. E
IN USED CHEVY 1956 210. 4dr. R&H, ,V'",
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j = BABY bid stroller, car bed. Excellent Ir CABIN CRUISER and. trtter.. AT excellent cono\, real clean. Phone FR 44158. I.q'to Trade Whir. Crane..Lincoln. Mercury" ", -
4 condition. 1115 "
quality Phone FR 2-548. Price $450. Call FR 2-4450. '62 VW SUNROOF rich anthracite 60 Chevrolet
NW 34th Ave. FR 4-3609.

FEDDERS 1 hp alr-cond. $651Plter's 1961 H.P.THUNDERBIRD Gale. Excellent condition.. 14. 44 CORVAIR with radio Monza neater'63. white equipped,sidewall and gray condItIOn.maintenance one-owner tow. mileage records.local purchase toedsd excellent 516 S. Main St. FR 2.3631.RAM.BlERS I e-pessenger. radlo.hlatsr.station wagon.low mileage automatic _

MOBILE HOMES baby stroller 810; Babes Very little running time. Mitchell tires. ,000 actual miles.. Nkel
; tends table 815 : Little Brown. tilt trailer. 4 life ,preservers Assume payments small equi with extras: heater-radlo-whlte ,f"
Ice chest 811 FR 2-224. all weather rubber anchor. ty. Will considers older car for sidewaUs-wlndshield washer-front '$1395
seat belts-utility shelfbeckup
SPOTS before your eyes-on your All running gear. ." Phone equity Call owner at. 3724441. t rear_ llghts-headrests-slde .mIrror. __
FR 2-04M or ..,57. ext. 33. 8-S weekdays.
-remove' them with
new : carpet ventshades. Purchase cost $135. -
$ Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- 14 CROSBY, fiberglass. 50 H.P. CHEVY 1957 station wagon "-I. SPECIAL SALE PRICE SI 35. 59. BUICK _
poser 81. McDanleil Furniture Evinrvde Top windshield I end ,, excellent cond. new tires. Phone between 5-9 P.M. 372-3721.
:AS LOW AS IVV DOWN Co. Gainesville 'Shopping Cen tilt traIler Reasonable. Call : 'Best offer. Phone 372-4423, or LeSabre station wagon automatic
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tieater power
ter. FR 4-741f after FR 4-4554. radio
t or on week- i steering and brakes. Vinyl .
MATCHING chest S22.' dresser ends._ CHEVROLET. 1941 perfect cendt. Interior., Extra nice car.
OCALA LOT 820. Firm double bed 830, Stair ir PLYWOOD boat & trailer S7S. tlon with air. New tires. new
: twin S30 trunk 8X50 new Call GR "-2920. Melrese paint. $1300. Call FR e-4232 after6P.M. $995 :
stove. FR 4-0410. jENI Wide Selection of 6's and V-8' In all series. '

I -0 GOLF CLUBS bag cart guns 72 Office Esjuipmcnt CHEVY 1959 Btscayne 4 dr. e cylinder
1 BEDROOM TV, hand tools. adding machine ST. Radio" ., best offer. Ph. 59 FORD -

typewriter calculator. GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of- FR e7337.CORVETTE.' Country Squirt 'pa
'53' 308''.. . .:. . . . $1595.00 UNDERWOOD Make offer. Phone elec. 3725934.typewriter flee Office supply Equipment dealer Co.:"Invites Chesnufs you fcOOO ml never 1944 titled gold .ps.fallback PB. MILLER LV) -WI HAVE MET OUR 'QUOTA' automatic itatlon wagon transmission radio heater power ". !.

'50 :278' ;; . . . . . 300.00 excellent cond. 8175 1957 Chev.. to come In and shop or call for I AM t FM radio 300HP power I BROWN < steering and brakes. Factory
2495.00 V* ton pick-up excellent cond. free delivery. Chesnufs OfficeEquipment posltrectJon. Colin Murphy. The first 20 days of Morch. 10 Days left. air condtonlng.: .-
j Ii 59 30x10 . . . . . . 1 Glide. RMgway
27x8' . . 1195.00 159 S. Call 374-0887. Co. 104 W. Univ. 4SR 2-1303. i 1030 L U.;,. Motors offering the HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allow 895 1
', 54,; . . . Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. ? :
'54 ,30x8 . . . ... . . 1595.00 MAYTAG wringer type washer DODGE '54, 2-Tone blue end FR 2-3582... Incas ortrlBEFORE

'57"32.a' . . . . . . ... 1795.00 835. Call 442-1498 Alachua. TAX calculators.TIME. Adding New and machines used. Park and white owner.4-dr.Must R1H see,&AT.drive W-sw.one to appreciate. No Down Payment :

57 35x8' . . .. . . . 1895.00 FOR SALE combination cutting era Complete Office Outfitters. FR 2-9771.

\ '59, 30x8 . . . . .. . ., 1995.00 torch dltlon.with Price holes.$45. Excellent 3S3I SE con 15th The only authorized Olivetti DODGE 1949, MUST SELL 4 dr. YOU BUY GET OUR DEAL 57 FORD. waeoit $395 -

'56 28x8' . . . . .. . 1395.00 St. Phone 374-2744. Underwood .Agent In Gainesville. sedan. runs good. has, 4 good ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN 57 PLYMOUTH $395
PI3122555. 601 W. Univ. Ave.
52 :31x8 . . . . . . 1095.00 LOVELY mink cape collar make tires. 145. Call FR 2-9772. MUST 57 CHEVY,wagon $595

52 '3/8 . . . . . . 1195.00 offer. '62 am. washer runs perfectly 73 Musical Merchandise DKW., 1941 compact made by BUILT CARl 59 RAMBLER. w$*. S59;

'54 27x8 . . . . . .-. 3995.00 840 baby bathlnett, excellent Mercedes-Benz. E) ell nt cnr-$895' 55 CHEVY. 4-dr 5295
tlon 30-35 M.P.G. Asking
'63 57x10 . .. . . . . 4995.00 cond. lID FR 21783.J ,ORGAN SALE Contact James Shaw Town Watch favorite for Rambler's 59 OPEL Sedan $395 :

55 27x8 . . . . .. . . 1795.00 U Ie ER. all metal. excellent Of Christmas Left overs. All Country Trailer Lodge. SW ArcherRd. your magazines

56 30x8' .... ._' :. : ... . . . .. 1495.00 451. cond.* Will Used sell 1 (yr.or 845.Orlg.See price et new organs., Savings up to 30 Lot L... GO $3 Million Surprise Party .Coupons Many more to choose from. .
per cent. Eaifs PIanO Co. : '
935 NE 3rd Ave. or call FR 43404 -
I
2: BEDROOMS aner 7 PJTU 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2223 :
RIDGWAYMOTOR ;
CAMPING trailer and equipment; HEATHKIT F.M. tuner. Good sensitivity Ford: I I

59 5010 . . . $4995.00: radial, arm saw HO train outfit good performance.. S3S.
. . . Phone 374-tOOf I Falcon I CO. ;
recorden la Hit next 2 'days .| RIDGWAY I :
60 46x10 . .-. . . . . 2895.00 ; miscellaneous record player;pieces tape of fur- MOTOR CO. : .

'62 55.10' . . . .; . . '5495.00 niture. B-flat clarinet trumpet WALNUT Save 8200.Spinet prize American winner.Ma Fairlane some price IIIS I .

'59 45x10 ... . . . . .-. ,2895.00 several cameras and darkroom pie. Was Early S7>5. NOW 8595. S I'' 1132 S. Main St.

59 40x10 . . . .. . . . 2895.00 golf equipment clubs; riding 3-blcycles.mower.See set John of EARL'S Univ. Ave.UPRIGHT PIANO CO.. 1025 W. T-Bird CHEVY, Impale 44r hardtop 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 FR 2-8433 .

'63 50x10 . . . . . . 3495.00 Teter Alachua. late afternoonand Ford power steering brakes. I. 4
*58 50x10 . . . . . . 2895.00 evenings. PIANO SPECIALS one V-I. automatic 34 HP motor --'--- :
8M one 875; one SIM one Trucks radio. ,heater priced below -==== .1
GAS, ,WATER HEATER 825 ,allowance to.- antique Grand Sl95- wholesale I at only: ........ $7M -

LEESBURG LOT operate Hot water' for electric at your about old water half costly heater.your Automotive ,. Used I 59 CHEVY Impala 4-dr. real I ;

50 30x8 I Bedroom . . . .???*$149S.00 present cost with our LP gas. Cars clean and runs real good. Goingat :

'58 35x8 . . . . . . 2995.00 Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer 77 Mobile Homes for Sate the price of ......., $758 'I BARGAIN DAYS F j
Road. FR 4-5110.
r 64 51x10 2 Bedrooms 1 Vi Baths . 3895.00 Get'.TOTALPERFORMANCE S. CHEVY Bel-Air blue. standard

12 GA. shotgun new Rem. mod. 51 GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent .- shin, -cylinder, no* rInG

Open DaHy S to T; Friday and Saturday till I:. grain 1100 withB"wood In grade stock 8.fiddle forearm.back condition.' -Phone 372-440C AT- )lob runs real good ...... $ I ,

CLOSED SUNDAY Matching barrels.set 24-of cyl.Interchangeable choke & OBEY afar 4 THAT fM._IMPULSE. Drive a I SHAW & I I electrIc.* BUICK a\white pretty.air nice cond' car.I all. THE 'REST OF MARCH :

Ufull choke. Both barrels little to save a lot. Below man'ket. No trades on this car .... fts ..
I' OCALA have vent. ribs & have Ivory clean. Lake Geneva Trailer S .
front sights Si metal middle Sales.. Rt. 100. SE Keystone KEETER It CHEVY ...-..Ir. black and
HUM North receIver. SOME
F sights. Engraving on cost $281. Hts. Fla. white V'", standard shin. CARS GOING At COST

on UJS.4U WIll Gun sacrifice ls like new.for Orlg.$210. Call FR WE BUY 230 W. University' ........................... $7J

I PhonaCtSlWLEESBURG 4-9938 I after >4 P.M. S all day FR 2-0503 .
\ Sat. Si Sun. USED MOBILE HOMES.Top $8 CHEVY steering station V-8 engine wagon power runs AND SOME BELOW! ;t

CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular dollar paid phone 3744571. ;good ...................... 857J ,
849.50. will self 4 or more NOW SHOWING
U A Ml By Pan at wholesale price. 415. 4481 1964 MOBILE HOMES CARS 55 CHEVY. station wagon going '
I' Ftwco787H41Carpentry Brooker. Green's General Store. 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Floor S FINE now) only.............. SIll TJW-US'THIS\ WEEK\! .

FOR SALE 10. Admiral refrigerator Plans. Terms tailored to meet FAIR PRICES I standardShin _
57 FORD. a-dr V-8
budget. Drive little 'and
855. Phone 372-4457. your save a lot CONNOLLYMobile at- a .., COURTEOUSSALESMEN ...................... .818 '63 VALIANT 2dr. V-20Q, AT, H, 14,500'milss....$1795 4.'. "-

I 87 BUICK, J-dr .......... 11*. '63AMERICAN 4-dr. AT :
S Miles North Home on Sales.U. S.Inc.441 S PROMPT heoterTlike; new .............. $1325
t Phone 422-8144 58 CHEVY Impala 2-dr radio '63 VW'Station .
SERVICESHome Closed Sundays SERVICE heater V-8 automatic '44 tag Wagon, heater,. orjly' 7,000 mi; ........ $1645 :

: MCMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. on going this for one.8588. Cash. No trade '62.VW 2-dr.,sunrroof, reaUharpu; ..???......_......... $1395 ;.:
6-h. wlde.1 or 2 BR used lake All these ..lit;.. ore '
or house trailers from 81.295. 1 standard at: S4FORD. station wagon. runs 62 TEMPEST! 4-dr.wagon,' radio and'heater, nice .... $1595 ::

And Business 3 office 0571.ml. Greene Trailer So. of Starts for Oaks rent on Restaurant.301.or sale.944. Tag.ood.-.A....fine....,..fishing..... uNCut car. 'U I '61 PLYMOUTH 4dr. wag. ((2)) PS, PB, R, H, AT AC $1395 .

SALE B&G'MOTOR 54 CHEVY Convertible needsa '61 PLYMOUTH 4-dr.' Savoy, AT, R &.H'V-8:. \ {.'...... $995

PAINTING CONTINUESWe BIG CO. I With ring'44 lob.tag.But Going Is real for clean.S12f .'61 OLDSMOBILE 4-dr. 88, PS, PB, R & H, AT, nice $1595


I PAINHNG. Also Screens repaired : Authorized Cadillac I Cash. '60 RAMBLER 4-dr. wagon, OD, heater .. ................: $890 =

GRADY CABINET WORKS window glaa*, replaced. Phone Will 51 BUICK a good fishing car '60 DODGE 4-dr. PS PB A/C -
I AT. heater :
radio &
Custom, built cabinets and moldIngs FR e-im Oldsmobile Dealer for only $77 Including a new tag. ... $845

painting reftntehing and spray PlumbingSEWER New Cart See Bob fco following! '60 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. hardtop, AT, V-8, R& H, sharp $1095 :..

U33 E.Phone University 371-8313 Avenue Not Be 11$ $.E. 2nd St. can. They are M fish-goodaicood '60 NEWYORKER4dr. HT, PS,- PB; A/C AT, R&H $1595 :


:I WORK wanted: Carpenter desires & used INSTALLEDNEW fixtures' complete FR 6-7515 log car.cars Seen.or food.have .sww '59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr,. HT PS, PB /C.AT, R & H $1245 ::
work. Repairs. remodel I"
I g. plumbing HrvlceBIG" JIM Undersold Used Con: and gome .... .t.I '
Ph. 24102.Cosmetics. tags I 59 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. AT heater V-8 nice $795
woaon, ,
I HUGULEY Gainesville .PlumbIng 2001 N.W. 13th St.. I I ;

FR 2-'.. 50 furnished x 10. Mobile 2 bedroom Home 1944 deliveredand fully FR "6.7515PAINT I 54 MERCURY .$110 CaSS '58UICK4- HT, PS, PB, R &'H. A/C, AT ............ 745 =

RemoddhigNEED set up for Instant living for 1- CADiLLAC'$150 Cash 58 CHEVROLET 2-dr: heater. 6 o/linder economical &41* =
An HOUR OF BEAUTY'will make only

Air Conditioning o MAN"new COSMETICS you* at MERLE STUDIO.NOR port. A petio.NEW screenedHn Florida room.porch.car. $3388MHMA 57 MERCURY $ZOO Cert '57 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., HT, ((2)) AT, R & H, nice ..... $395 :E

Learn professional make-up etc.? Call now and get It ,done JOB .
ART BALL-1 Air conditioning secrets by trained beauty ex for the' summer month Call 57 CHEVY .. . $595 I
approved. Many othersimilar
CHot"AIrHot.tv) heating. and perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. .FR 372-804 after S PJM. for free
Years refrigeration.Exoerisnee.Appraisol Ph. n-1485.. u I J-31J4. estimates. 1944 new bargains coaches-over to select SO 19<3 from and : 57 CHEVY .. $595 $$$ SPECIAL $$$

FASCINATING profession. Eager BUILDING, remodeling painting -Also Urge selection of used Spring Special
Scnrict to learn? If you qualify you block and cement work. Good. coaches.' '63 PLYMOUTH FURY 4-dr. hardtop, power steering, radio =.
$4044 week white work. Good prices Phone. 4s
I earn per
--"FRED- B. ARNOLD-. supervisory In may training capacity.advancement For appt.to 1871 10% Down'PAYMENTS I'I ARDEtISTRE1T & heater, automatic. V-8, air conditioning. : ;

RBAKTORCHl.tSTATt call 374-14SO. Upholstery $3995HAWES '

; APPRAISAL ,- LESS mAN RENT ... .. -- : $2895
SERVICtie :
\ W. UNIV. Ave. PH S7J.3S2Ii Fill EXTINGUISHERS, ,UPHOLSTER your furnIture at Best trade allowanc. Anything : .
of value.
reasonable 'prices. Call Satlr.
i FLORIDA FIRE'EXTINGUISHER. Experienced. FR 6408.ScwjngAJteration. Open weekdays 9 to I -
: Repairs
,Appliance CO. SUndan'tto7SOUTHERN
.
< ;
Sales and Service ,
A-L HANDYMAN SHOP AB types of Fire Extinguishers ; -
First. In Air Conditioning and \Pick up and delivery service MOBILE HOME -
Appliance Repair FR, 4-OM7. C. R.\ Thomas Ph. 374-8M* SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of ail .$$$r SPECIAL $$$ E
Oalnesvtne. Fla I kinds 81 DressmaUiQ. Mrs. W .
PatAppIL..Serv.: C. Asbell 143 N.W.. tTtti Tar BROKERS, INC. POWERS MOTORSCamcr 'I 60 OLDSMOBILE 2-door automatic brakes heater.
power
Mortgage Broker reee. V)465LSewiag 2308 S. Pine St.. Ocaia. Fla. ;
Export Malor ,Appliance Sire.ke.Prompt.EtlIclest Phone 42H8M
& Maehfate Repairs lady Shop611SW3r4I. NW 16th AT*. $1045
Ccurteout 371OM.Auto FHA and conventional at lowest SPECIAL I ..* MaJa St. .
current rates. Terms to 15years. 10x58 Mobile home and SOxK* :
Will gladly. discuss at no CALL-SEWING MACHINE SET- lot. 1 mile. S. of Palnes Pnrie. FR204$6After r- -.
fqulpnnenthYDRAULIC Obligation. Call tomorrow.J. VICE CO. SIS W.' University All State Mobile Homes. Fr430S2. ,
W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Ave. 37187S We repair anMMtes. n, 2-053$ 7 ma Soelay
JACKS ,""liS. -31N.MakiSt. Ph. FR .... Work futty uarwud- I FR '6.6957ARTsedan,
exchanged*. Aeealr Its 'for TWO bedroom House trailer.! gM, 1 YEAR G.W WARRANTY
Walker Factory author FRED B. ARNOLD Tires Alignment one bedroom house trailer 8750. \
.ta-4 Hydraulic Jack REALTOR Can be rented. Phone 3744234
ed SetvlceWULL'.IRAKE FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Brake Service Monday .o Friday t to 5. .

SERVICE & tUPPLY 1314 S. SEE.
Main FR "14 T 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 37J-3SM VACATION'SPECIAL. 40MODELS DODGED I

MORTGAGE MONEY ON famous nationally known Mohewk Frank Gray, Pete Compton. Mac McCuIIough, Wilbur SHgH
Auto Gloss SVh per cent ........, Terms toM tires . Save MP tit ,
years. SO* en new tin*. S.. war new OM DISPLAY 'TO CHOOSE
AUTO GLASS Is our only .CutTness. BUY BUILD REFINANCE wrap around retread that aSsesmore FROM LOWESTPRICES.. "We Will Not 'Be 'Undersold Out-Traded"
Immediate. Installation Call mileage. .d traction. Latt- SMAI L DOWN PAYMFNT. (Includes Heater) 51995$ 1 1
NW PII.'FR' mer Tire Co. ta M* Meln cSt.
tree pickup A i delivery r.Add 825 U St. ( MS11 :
Dan -TRAILER MARTI ,SPKIAL-AT I '.
beauty 8V value le you ear. Byrd :
MAULDIITS AUTO GLASS. CO. WINDOW CLEANING' Ptwme Z ? "
Hww 17. ""151I Motor Co.PlymoutriVaHontChrysIerSimca
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Powers
823 MW' 4th St. FR MSS8.SMALL and conventional ....... Low OPEN WEEKDAYS 5-YEAR OR 50OOC)'MILE WARRANTYIeMis' Hawes : :
WINDOWS cleaned floor oeenea -- .
,.... Terms to IS years. |.203: UNTIL 9 pjn.
and waxed houses washed. U
..4uI.. w. univ Ave. sn-on.
yrs. e -u.'rM ,sstbetalsa.Phone ., SUNDAYS 1 TO-6. PoofeGalDodgeDartC -.
buiidorer. feeder flump FORDYCE and Associates Inc. FR EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA : ) j : Sales and Service :
.
trucks fill dirt time rock. Top .Conventional and FHA. loans ,
with low rate* and long term ,YES. we ceeho under mM )
lOlL Phone 372-7844. Yard Work ( odge Trucks)
loans our specialty. Qukx c cap*. 'But...., with FQHAL ...-<*/ ,. .- '- "
BULLDOZERS 8 Dragline. Back teeus. confidential -service, CaM ,< We dont sell CHf APIES. J 1l9LItA. 372-4J4 312 N. Main Street ? ,\ -_ : phone. !R-4o0 '
.Boa. wheel frectors 'masse J74-I2J or came by 024 West -. LU R31.,. ....--.. WCt ONLY. lOLL-'CHEAPLY.
freder. Free estimates. W. C.Uuck University Avenue. Grace For In ..... ....... -.... pn." Town ** Country Trailer Sales
) Johnson FR 04219..t dyce. Realtor .... a "1H6 """ IBM SW Archer U.1 -l:_ -ir ----- < -

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ItS" CainetviH Sun J ..Tuesday.. March,31..,1964 .- ,. ;> 'r -

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Group on FOR: : RENT


By MIKE POWER ber.:began : 'couldn't see life without' chip after'six. 'months a:lame''greater" "t h.ourselves .could pulskffl. coupled with' a mental PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS

Alcoholics Anonymous ,and villa : ;,.I thought if I had to one and after a year,-a.,gold restore,us',to sanity;" aad. >eBdsWIth ohseslbatt for alcohoL
"Most of .up drinking, might as 'having had a spiritual
chip. AND, TAPE RECORDERSBlock's
the
Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
for 20 ,,give UP'living." I awakening as the result of hey say that.once'a persta
Center work toward the
time I tho : Gainesville branch of:Al A. A. operates. through 12 these steps, we tried to:,carry becomes.a eolni*laive.drinker,
same, goal"alcoholism.- arresting" the disease -I reached a' Anonymous uses a basic steps. They begin, '"We this message:to,alcoholics,sad be 'will :remain an alcoholic Audio Service
system" ,for new mem. to practice these 'principles* hi forever. -
Both approach the disease was no fun admitted we 'were powerlessover
from the same viewpoint ing but -alcohol that our,lives an our I affairs." Of Florida's estimated 150-. 229 West UnirenHy Arc. FR 2-0440: '
group therapy. But A.A. is ery and joining white, the person to is lad become unmanageable :LL'members agree that aV 080 alcoholics, tooo'are A.A.]
poker chip
a
worst was Came to believe that a:Power :: ..
somewhat different from the it t"n- 1t-1s: "a PhYsical'com members.
in his pocket as ,a re
"One day
Avon Park Center.It ..
to stay from a-
contract away ;
rests on the foundation of the ). After three months :of STARTS TOMORROW!! I
others to
"helping help your couldn't he is given a .red
self." Most A.A. members believe -
a fellow alcoholic can of- say what I ,.
fer more assistance then a doctor I.dad to I tEI A l
or psychiatrist who has for me., I one time Japanese .Akita 1
never experienced e1co'1n1hrm out. : were owned only by royal-
However both the A.A. and "On my alcoholic.'I .each dog was served by
the personnel at the Avon morning attendants ,who treated. ..
Park Center commend each miniatures and feeding with

other's the disease.effort toward arresting work the and ceremony. 325 MISSES', WOMEN'SAND .

"Our program at the Center rest of the .
owes its existence largely to I I'd have to a JUNIORS'DRESSES :
liquor store Electrical
A.A., really, said Norman Pi-something
nardi director of informational -
services at the Center. I Another -: ,-
An alcoholic speaking at began his REWIRING : -
t. ry
an A.A. meeting in Gainesville I'm"My Residential .'Commercial
described the Avon Park op,member an :.Industrial
eration as "just wonderful. '
The typical'AA. meeting Is fellow in my CALL D.resslerElectrical 150 MISSES', WOMEN'S & JUNIORS'
first drink. P.
a loosely organized affair .
where any of the alcoholics and what it Contractor .DRESSES, WERE 8.98-14.98 .
I don't
on, .
present may speak. They remain Phone FR 6-6193:
hidden under the cloakof passed became 910 N.W. 4th St. NOW $5-$6-$8,
anonyminity*and ,introduce an
themselves by first'name n ly. .
-. 175 MISSES' WOMEN'S & JUNIORS'DRESSES
"My name is Art and I'm I > ,' ( ,
an alcoholic," one*!A.memDairy '
: : WERE '12.9845.00x ._
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Plans i+ A Financing Pteo far Every tteed ., :' :, ',: ,. .. .;, ': .- ': NOW .1 10.003Q.lOOLADIES' .

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Price Try H after EASTER -

J .: SPRING S .
TAMPA (AF)-=A Tampa dairy
: win make a new.attempt.'Friday .' '
COATS TOPPERS AND _
to convince, the JJIprJda ,, -
Milk: Commission that it should '

:. be through permitted vending'machmes to sell milk at 1 s .. ., ,..: '. ; 9 .CAR COATS AND SUITS

retail prices below the.commis
sion's TrnniTpHTn .' MISSES', WOMEN'S & JUNIORS' 'SIZES

Until now, Campo or's Modem
Dairy has successfully rebelled -:" WERE 9.90-45.00

retail price against fixing.the commission's CJjE : ,. NOW 6.0030.00Coat ,
Judge Harry Sandler of the

Hillsborough County circuit .
court yesterday refused the '

commission's injunction request preventing for a temporary the ONE' GROUP HATS. ,, ; '-: : : ::: : .& Suit Shopd Floor < .:

I ... dairy from selling below commission 0o WERE :. ':
prices. He said a bear 5.9910.99NOW : :
3.00 k : : : : .
ing request will for be a held permanent later on injunc-the I. : : :;, : : t 100 LADIES' BUDGET ; .

tion, but be set no date.J. ONE GROUP HATS'WERE :
.
Danforth Browne attorney DRESSES
for Campoamor saId he will appear -
before the milk N\mmf-ton NEW ASSOCIATES 10.9915.99NOW '
'
at its meeting in Jacksonville to 6,00ONE WERE 3.99 -
present the full case for a lower 6.99NOW

price"We for have vending presented machine our case MEDICAL GROUP HATS 2.004,00MATERNITY ,

before," he said, "but there are WERE 15.99-2S.99 '
DRESSES, SKIRTS,:TOPS fir SETS:

many mission.new" members. on the com FINANCING PLAN NOW 9.00 WERE 39917.00: ...................................... NOW25013.00

The commission permitted a

lower price for' vending machines provide*fends for major mecfieal, : bills -
last year but a PineHas and f Millinery Skp.rte.) i Budft t' Driss' ShopLADIES' -
County circuit Judge ruled thatit stated expenses quiddy-* ," :,\i ,
could discriminate.Under confidentially 1:: '

the new price-firing'order, the Now there Is no need to let surgical maternity LADIES' COTTON, DACRON/COTTON,
commission mad all prices the
dental' other medical expenses drain'away COTTON RAYON,
same. ,.->your 8aving8Tbe Associates new Medical FinancJng 100% 'DACRON & DACRON BLEND' .' ORLON, DACRON KNIT, LINEN AND
Campoamor"sens:a half-gal
flan will providetbe money you need today. '
.
lon of milk.in:,two,quart-paper : ) :" VELVETEEN SLIM OR PLEATED
.And, payments win bo.arranged for yout con ._
cartons at 45 cents.The commis-: BLOUSES i '
ftD eDCe. Ai"1 offers special: loan plans for ,
Sfon'S minimum i price'rts" 47 r tfany responsible person...any personal, business .. .' ": .., SKIRTS ;. ;
cents: or professional ne &Yoor request,large or small, WERE" 2.99999. ,., >''- .; ''" .,:,,.
The dairy contends that it will,be handled promptly,and in,strictest confis -, : .:" '.' '- \'..: WERE 3.989Sr :
would have to raise its price to J dences Jort IYlItO"or,.tefepfacoe &a Associates: NOVin2.OOr6.00 '
50 cents, in order..to t'. -s NOW 2.00-6:00.
: comply office ne ;jpu,fix an,appomtment.:: ,
: .
with the commission regulations '. -.. ...... .
because its 'vending machines ; :

i. won't take penaies.r __. SS'O'CI, TES ,'. ;" : Sportswear ___2nd Floor ; : : ,

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r CLEARANCE f" CLEARANCE
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Fr: LITTLE GIRLS', ,. :" ,. .. 50 HATS\
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WERE '5.99-12.99- 'LITTLE, GIRLS;. ::. : $
$ r: f"C'J. t: :: WERE 1993.99 '
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ISyQurfigure. ,- )3; : :"I ; 7 ....,...,' f" '
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);\- I; 'y : ..' GIRLS' .& .' .
; 't NOW |. ," ", ..,... '
; '" : as good as new : '--"" I: :: 'f r NOW \ PRICECLEARANCE
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: YOUNG'JUNIORS
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E r' : ,:FAMOUS MAKESOTHERS.. .',
Spend five minutes in our fitting roam COTTON SKIRTS
: and you will discover the woaderful advantages 2-PIECE SLACKS;
$
:, of this eoft light and,lovdy ; .' ...

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