Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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lccn - sn 78002218
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Byron Winn pulled in ,53 crucial absentee votes in last A
night's canvassing session to preserve his narrow victory -
over Dr. Edwin Andrews for city'commissioner.Andrews E1'

outpolled his rival 79 to 53 in the absentee

voting, leaving Winn with a victory margin of only 46
,j votes. The election between Winn and Andrews had remained ,
undecided since noon yesterday when the City

Commission_ _met. as .a canvassing board to count the all-
important absentee ballots.
The final vote count was as ) r
4 follows:

City Commission, Group McKinney

Two-Winn, 4,436, Andrews -
4,390. Group One-Jim Richard- Every Vote CountedYesterday's

I : x. son-4,970, Arnold Butt, 3,726. MayorHoward

i R -Charter amendment to allow ninehourcanvassing session of the city election results took city
utility interties in emergencies McKinney is the new commissioners to the Voting Machine Warehouse to double-check figures of Tues-
for, 4,200, against 964. mayor-commissioner of Gaines day's balloting. Commissioner Howard :McKinney and City Attorney Osee Fagan

Swearing-in ceremonies for ville. (foreground) read the machine totals while the participants in the torrid Group Two
University of Florida President J. Wayne Reitz Winn and Richardson were scheduled (See MAYOR, Page 17) race, Byron Winn (right) and Dr. Edwin Andrews peer anxiously over their shoulders.LBJAsks$3.4BillionAid.
(left) and state Attorney-General James W. Kynes for noon today. The com-

exchange quips at yesterday's John Marshall Bar As- mission was to elect a new mayor '
sociation luncheon at the Holiday Inn. Kynes addressedthe and vice-mayor in a special

group on "Legal Problems in Florida." session ceremonies.immediately after the I

Andrews, who fell 72 votes
Slams short of Winn in the final vote

Kynes tabulation Tuesday, staked his By LEWIS GULICK "These are the grim recruiting .

hopes on the absentee ballots. WASHINGTON (AP) President sergeants of communism. {
There were 174 absentee votes Johnson asked ,
Congress today Weak Can Walk
when the canvassing board be- for $3.4 billion in foreign aid "They flourish wherever we J
gan the tedious task of verify- to help "build a world in which falter. If we default on our ob-

Jury SetupBy ing them to make sure they the weak can walk without ligations, communism will expand JJ
I its ambitions.
were proper. fear." Without Fear'Democratic
By the time the first envelopehad In a special message to a COn- "That is the stern equation ;, -
about nine which dominates and ;)
been opened, our age,
which has become increasingly
CLIP CORMIERSun accept appointment to the State hours later, 28 ballots had been gress from which there can be no escape -
City Editor Supreme Court, did not mention set aside for technicalities. Another resistant to foreignaid in logic or in honor."
politics although he is a candi- in recent years, Johnson de- leader Mike Mans- Johnson laid the groundworkfor
Florida's is "spoiled"by Johnson noted
legal system one 10 votes were the $3.4 billion
of ,the finest in the nation, the date f9r reelection.He electors voting for two can-' picted the program as a bulwark field of Montana, commendedthe his request-$1 billion in for the fiscal year starting next
state's attorney general said is being opposed by Rep. didates in the same group *or against both war and "the am- President for the reduced arms aid and $2.4 billion for economic July 1 is $1.5 billion below Presi-
Earl Faircloth of Dade County. with the bitions of Communist. imperialism. requests but said "as always, assistance-with this
here yesterday, but laymen participating failing to return a stub ." dent John F. Kennedy's; original
in the legal processes Kynes told his audience of law vote showing the ballot was ob- the program wil ]lhave to plowa summation: foreign aid request a year ago.
have been ,grossly, overlooked. students,' law school professorsand tained from the registrar and He promised no waste in the difficult road. "The 'proposals' contained in Congress chopped off about $1.5

,Atty. Gen. James W.,Kynes, a sprinkling of lawyers not procured elsewhere. operation and asked for perma- Rep. Otto E. Passman, D-La., this message express our self- billion after a stiff fight.
speaking before members of there are two other legal areas Winn needed only 34 of the remaining nent authority for U.S. arms chairman of the House' Appropriations interest, at the same time that Even with Johnson's reduced
the John Marshall Bar Associa- needing attention.He votes to capture the aid abroad.On subcommittee' ,which they proclaim our national ; figure, the overseas assistance
Capitol Hill, there, were handles foreign aid, said he
luncheon said the state needed is
tion at a Holiday Inn election when City Attorney ideals. program expected to run into
said jurors in Florida are treated better methods of disciplining Osee Fagan at last began read- prompt predictions of trouble hoped Congress would approve more trouble in Congress this
shabbily. judges and judges ought to be ing ballots. ahead for the President's pro- less than $3 billion. "We will be laying up a harvest .year. Johnson appeared to anticipate -
posals. House committee hearings on of woe for us and our,children
"Bricklayers, salesmen and appointed on their legal qualifications critics In outlining what
factory workers are called into instead of by partisan Almost everyone in the big Senate Republican leader Everett *.: the measure may open next if we shrink from the task he termed "prudent and respon-
i serve without regard for their 'politics. crowd that overflowed from the M.,Dirksen of Illinois said :week; but,Senate hearings are of grappling in the world com- sible programs."

jobs,",said the attorney general."They Kynes said he was proud to meeting room into the hallways' ,there were "still possibilitiesfor not expected to begin'until after munity with poverty and Ignor-
sit for days receiving have been a part of the upsurgein and outside Center at the took Utility out paper Operations real economies." SenateCarol the Easter recess. ance. (See AID, Page 2))

while their mort- higher education in Florida
pay and pencil to keep count.
payments fall due. ,since 1959. Estates
gage"Judges sweep in and out of "We have made steady progress When the 34th vote was announced Belli-

court flowing silk robes and in this area, starting with the crowd broke intoa' /ack.RubyFires .
he'sees lawyers dressed in expensive better academic salaries in 1959. bud cheer. It seemed like Zone Hassle

black suits and shiny In 1961 we were able to raise everyone was for Winn. I

shoes. The laymen in a court- our non-academic staff and last Andrews himself made it official -
room is in an "Ellis Island" ;year we got the biggest capital when he voted with the Flares AnewThe .
atmosphere. outlay ever voted for our univer other commissioners to accept For Attack on Dallas .

"We have failed miserablyto sities." the final figures.In Plan Board may be head-
keep up with times as far A former football star at the what amounted to a state- ed for another heated session

as these people are concerned." University of Florida* and a ment conceding the election, tonight over rezoning Carol Es- DALLAS AP) Convicted sore" and said, "Now we see know what we will do for fur-
Kynes, who was appointed to graduate of its law school, Andrews said: tates property to allow ,apart- slayer Jack Ruby fired his'head the shame of Dallas in all its ther counsel."
his cabinet post by Gov. Farris Kynes said he was disappointed "The outcome plainly shows ment and shopping center con- attorney, Melvin Belli, Wednes-. glory/" Ruby realized $24,000 from a 'f
when the CabinetSee
Bryant in January after Rich- recently that no one bloc of voters con- struction. day night And in a letter'from newspaper serial of his life,
,vacated the office to ( KYNES, Page 2)) ,The president of the American -
ard Ervin trols this city. The large vote his jail cell protesting Belli's written by a California author,
also shows an increasing inter- Opponents are urging Carol bitter criticism of Dallas, Ruby 'Bar Association called Bel- which the family' said, helped
est by the people in our city Estates residents to turn out said he had "tried to disen. ,li's remarks "intemperate and finance the trial.
NO CUT-RAT RS? 'government."Our in a mass protest. gage" the lawyer as far back abusive."

city has great possibilities Many did turn out several as Jan. 2%. Ruby's sister, Mrs. Eva
and I hope the new com- weeks ago over the matter., A Dallas jury convicted Ruby Grant, told the Dallas Morning NatiomvideRail
Price Fix mission votes as individuals." Saturday of slaying Lee Harvey News she sent the dismissal
Liquor Tht 64-year-old surgeon, who But the proposal being made Oswald, accused assassin ,of ,letter by airmail Wednesday
now by the Miami firm which Franciscolaw StrikeSoftPedaled
took the defeat calmly and President Kennedy, and sen- night _to Belli's San
good-naturedly, said he hopes owns the land and wants to de- tenced him to death in the electric office.

foundation Laid someone will eonsider the pos- velop it is different than the .chair.In Ruby and his family "were
I sibility of electing the city com- one originally proposed. angry reaction, Belli declared dissatisfied with the defense
of There two it railroad" presented by Belli and shockedat
missioners at.large instead actually are pro- a "kangaroo WASHINGTON (AP) Railroad -
: py HAROLD RUMMEL came a questioning voice from by single seats."Richardson posals. The first one is almost verdict by a jury that was the tirade he delivered. industry and union negoti-
Sun Staff Writer the audience.The and I pulled in the same as the original pro- "shoved down our throats." Mrs.. Grant said. ators kept up their war of
posal. It would put a shopping He called Dallas "a festering The letter said, "We do not
votes than the organizedbloc
The foundation for fixing Ala- question drewa, few sug- more nerves today, but softpedaledtalk
center on the east five acres of
chua County liquor prices was. gestions, but no concrete an- opposing us. of a nationwide strike. t
the tract located on the north ,
laid.last night. swers. In the final analysis, the Mayor Winn this morning said side of NE 16th Avenue between9th yt- t yt' -.L yt The Labor Department expressed -
The best goal of this organization group decided to have a groupof the time had come for the commission and 12th Streets. cautious hope that the
will be to keep the ,cut- temporary officers study all to begin working together. two sides' can work out a new
rate dealers out," Tom Sawyer aspects of the proposed organ That much would be allowed basis for negotiating their long '
: Motel manager Stephen ization and report their find- "There is no question about by present zoning on the property 2 Women ChargedIn dispute over wages and working !
center. But the
Wa chioCh said.Wandzioch the election at this point Winn condition.
had called the the slate of tem said, "I believe even if all the plan goes further to request re- Chief industry negotiator J. E. I'
of the tract's other 10
organizational meeting of the porary officers is John Hinter- absentee votes thrown out were zoning Wolfe said Wednesday night that .
Alachua County retail liquor mister of the Holiday Inn. for Dr. Andrews he would still acres to allow construction of Connally Threat a nationwide strike was unmi-
dealers association. He opened Elected to serve with him have lost. I can't see where condiminium apartments. nent. This was the second time j
:'it'by telling some 28 successful are George Montgomery of Cen- there can be any doubt. About the only difference in he had done so, this week, and ..
license applicants the tral Lounge, 531 SW 4th Ave., Winn said he did not foresee this plan from the original proposal AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) -Two ville did wilfully and knowingly a union spokesman promptly denied

"best goal" of the proposed vice president; William Eu- "violent differences": on is elimination of a gaso- Nashville, Tenn.," women were' transmit in interstate commerce it.Cause.
croup.ralerln.. gene Whitlock of Gene's Pack- any the commission with Richard- line station from the shopping charged Wednesday with making from Nashville to Austin a tele- .
the meeting University age Store near High Springs, son's election over the mayor's center layout a threatening telephone call phone call containing a threatto of Death
i Inn ,owner Nathan Pozin also vice president; Paul Mallard CAA-backed teammate, Arnold If this plan fails, however, to Texas Gov. John B. Connallyon injure the person of Gov.
Still UnknownAn
expanded on the main theme of Paul's Package Store, Butt. the Miami people have an alter- the day a'Dallas jury decreedthe John Connally, in violation of

o 4tie-session. (See LIQUOR, Page 2)) ''This we'll have to wait and nate to propose. death sentence for Jack federal statutes." the bodies of
"problem" is price cutting The alternate plan would be autopsy on
The"tie said. see," he noted. to develop the entire tract as a Ruby for the slaying ,of Lee. Neither the FBI or Connally'soffice a teen-age brother and sister
the "threatto
namedseveral- large ,He called for an all-out at- shopping center. Indications Harvey Oswald, accused aSsassin would amplify who died two hours apart has
Pozin dealers, in the state that u tack on improving the city'spublic are that the Carol Estates resi- of President John F. Ken- injure the person" charge. failed to reveal the cause of
liquor between city nedy.. Only one call was made but of Florida
are-selling"liquor far$1 to relations dents will vigorously oppose death, ,the University
'a fifth than most employes and Gainesville citi- both plans. Federal, Bureau of ,Investigation two women talked,'the FBI said. :Medical School said today.
$135: Jess: said he knew about
identified the
fM'y ; agents wom- Connally heart
"The showed no
,smaHretailersjfcey Tonight's meeting will be at 8 autopsy
.- sell cheaper because zens.He said although there is nota p.m. in the Utility Operations''Center en as: 'Christine. Burke, 34, and the call but would have no other disease and no apparent brain .-
tnevJca-aIford to .buy whole-, bad situation now, but there ; 555 SE 5th Ave. Norma June McGriff, 38. comment. damage in the case of the two
aie'inlarge quantities, Pozin are so many different areas of s They were arrested Wednesday The governor's office _said,the '. children," a University spokesman
-.-... city government and policiesthat 1 at their Nashville homes March 14 call was received by said.Edward.
.!hen purpose ,of this many people are not aware and waived a hearing before Texas highway patrolman Bill Ambrose Martin 15,
orgaaizaUon,is to ,keep licenses of, such as sidewalk paving, that WHERETO U.S. Commissioner A. B. Neil Nelson, regularly assigned to. 'a husky' sophomore at St. Au
ouzo: these ,people's} hands. ,the city needs to emphasize a Jr. Each was released under guard the mansion. Nelson gustine's St. Joseph High School,
tt-"fails.the: 'organization public relations program.The FIND IT $2,500 bond. They entered no talked with the women "for collapsed and died Monday after

would't! be worth the powder final count climaxed plea to the charge. some time" and during the con- running 200 yards: of a mile- 1

itwould take to blow it to nearly 10 hours of ballot-by-baU Comics . . 21 The FBI in Nashville said the versation managed to get the and-a-half cross-country race. !
bell".'pozin said TS lot check against the registration Classified 22-25 women likely will be tried in the call traced to Nashville. Coaxially His sister, Angelia, Diane, 14,

To control the price structure rolls that began shortly Entertainment. ..,_.14- San Antonio, Tex., federal court.J. was not in Austin at the time went into apparent shock when
;=local dealers must, be after noon yesterday. .Obituaries ... .,. 5> Myers Cole, special agentin the call was made, his office her parents, Mr rand Mrs. Beauregard -
kept) f rom=selling out to outsiders As the, afternoon wore on, Opinion Page . 4 charge of the San Antonio said. Archie Martin, told her ,
,rrin 'added.; commissioners began empha- Sports . .15-18 FBI office said the complaint If convicted the women could of Eddie's death. She was takento
."'Ho ..aryou going to keep sizing the importance of being Women's . 12,13 charges that the two women receive as much as five years a hospital, where she died *"*

yjc.'next: door licensee from fflNTERMISTER "on or about'March U at Nash in .prison__and $1,000 fines. 90 minutes later.
.s&Dgout.to some outsider'. ...Temporary President <(See_ELECTIONS, Page 2)) ,

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Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 19, 1964

,More tion. |More About although the arms program still 1

More AboutKynes -- Weather RoundupB The registration supervisor would be subject to annual review t
AboutElection explained the mark was
: a clerical error by a poll Aid by the_ Senate; and_ _House t

i ; worker who mistakenly put authorizing'committees..

the bond election record in the,
From 1 The congressional appropriations .t
I wrong category. I Page 1
From Page 1 I committees would, however -

.. _--.Ms0155L She said several poll workers I The main change sought by still have to vote on the 2 1

t From Page 1 C Increasing cloud. C'...... sure each absentee vote quali- cautionary matter." I called her during Tuesday's I the President from the existing amount of funds each year for i
o r i election to report that the registration the program.
Commissioners Howard
ness today with scattered \ ..-.. foreign aid process was his re-
faDed to the Univer- thundershowers \ fied.Shortly Kinney and Dr. Andrews re- rolls showed some er- 0 ,
approve beginning tonight \ before p.m. the com- quest that Congress provide a Further emphasizing what he .
sity's much-talked about general Clearing, cooler by Fri- \ .- ... mission, City Attorney Osee peatedly objected to many of rors.The "continuing authorization" for termed, "steadily increasing efficiency I

1 classroom building. day afternoon. High today Fagan, Clerk Clarence O'Neill the absentee rejections with city attorney noted just military assistance. in assistance operations j
around 75, low tonight 55 ,to ta and Registration Supervisor McKinney calling for a common before the ballots were counted ," Johnson said:
l ,"I advocated the solution ,of- 60. Increasing SE and southerly N Mrs. Alma Bethea went to the sense approach. that the action taken yesterdaywas Under the present system,

fered by'the Board of ControL"The winds reaching 15 to 25 voting machine warehouse and "We're being much too technI- not typical. Congress must vote a new au 1. Foreign aid saves American j

mph by tonight. the 25 machines with the official cal as,to the legality of some of "We were more conserva- thorization each year for the taxpayers several'times the "

Board of Control recom- A-Mostly cloudy end mild through return from each of these ballots just because the tive in our approach than normally arms and economic aid pro- money they would have to add
mended that an additional $262,- Friday with scattered shower Hightoday H 1- the seven polling places in Tues- date was omitted or incorrect," because of the gravity' gram. Under Johnson's proposal -. to the U.S. defense budget if
M to 76. low tonight In 501.
000 needed to go ahead with con East SE wind 10 to 20 mph through day's election. McKinney protested. "We're up of the situation in such a close only economic assistance they did not'"have the program I l

struction be "borrowed" from Friday.E W Y There were no discrepancies.As here to try to use some com- vote," he explained. would need new authorization, supporting U.S. allies abroad.
F O-Fair today, becoming part- mon sense as well as be legal
I other projects approved under ly cloudy Friday with scattered show the tedious absentee can- all the ,
.rs. High today 75 to M, warmer tonight vass continued the crowd of way.
the college bond program. TheI' with a low In 40s. East, SE' Many of the absentee ballots
winds 10 to 15 mph today shining to 30 grew to an aud'ence: of more
disagreed. southerly' and Increasing tonight andFriday. were questioned when the re-
than 100 by the final count at 13DAYS.Z
: rolls showed
-The general said the 9:45 last night.Repeated gistration a cross
: attorney KFair ,
O J tu.tonight becoming
mark indicated that they had
I cloudy Friday with a. Municipal Airport' readingsfor advice of the city
I' key to Florida's dynamism was partly .
few showers likely. High already voted in Tuesday's eIec.I I IB
that the people were never sat low tonight *5 to 70. East. todaye2. 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: attorney during the long absen
10 to 15 mph becoming southerly andIncreuing tee consideration was that the
isfied. Friday. High 78 at 3 p.m., low 41 at commission should make Gainesville Sun :
any I
No rainfall.
H l-Falr today and tonight becoming -
-"It is this! constant discontentand partly cloudy Friday with a disqualifications on the grounds Published evenings except !
few showers likely., High today 15, CEDAK KIT FIDES I 1
that an absentee vote is.a' '
Saturday, and Sunday mom-
dissatisfaction with the states warmer tonight with a low In fos.
East, SE winds 10 to 15 mph becoming Friday High at 7:11 a.m. and 5:35 privilege, not a right. I' ings by the Gainesville Pub- .
i quo that has 'put Florida southerly and Increasing Friday.K p.m. Low at 12:20 ajn. and 11:23m.. Fagan explained that courts.,' lishing Companv at 101 SE ;

near the top of the progressive Fair through Thursday. Low EAST GULF: North 'to northeast have upheld the philosophy that t:, 2nd Place. Gainesville. Florida, i
tonight 45 to 70, high Thursday winds S to 15 knots becoming. east and entered as second class
Hates in the country." around 10. Northeasterly 10 to 15 milt to southeast Thursday. Fair he-' right of an absentee voteis :1 matter at the Post Office at
r winds becoming easterly Thursday. Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
and II
ALMANAC a privilege all
: He cited the state's procedures
Improvements ..... for casting an pb- RATES BY 1
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH Sunset today ..... :.co p. m.
in programs of mental' Sunrise tomorrow .....,.. 4:33 ajn. sentee ballot must be followed CARRIER OR MAIL agica

1 t retardation its penal system,I Jacksonville ............ 77 44 L Prep. Moonset First Quarter tomorrow................. 12:55 March a. m.20 Commissioners Alan Suther t'l 1 Week .45
education and legal Miami .................. 77 n Spring begins tomorrow at ?:10 land and Ed Turlington repea 3 Mos. $5.85
system as Tampa ................. M M a.m.1 the Sun enters the Sign during our big
evidence of its Atlanta' ............... *4 42 of Arl... The unseen stars actually tedly called for following the i' All mail
I progressiveness. New Orleans .......... 7S 44 In the background of the Sun will subscriptions must and save on many
r Boston ................ 35 24 .30 be of the constellation Pisces. "letter of the law. be paid in advance. factory authorizedANNUALSALE _., .
( I President J. Wayne Reitz of New York ............ 31 24 Sutherland also insisted at the ,
Washington ............ 43 2t MARINE FORECAST Member of Audit Bureau of exciting once-a-year
the! University of Florida was Chicago .....t.......... 34 II EAST GULF: Small craft warnings beginning of the meeting that a Circulation.All .
Kansas City ............ al 45 .10 up from Cedar Keys to Apalachocola.
among the notables attending. Denver ... ............. 63 2t .22 Southerly winds Increasing to 20 to word-for-word transcript of
Ft. Worth :............. 61 52 1.54 30 knots today and tonight, higher In the canvassing session be re- material contained herein lathe HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Kynes was Introduced by Jack Los Angeles .......... 75 54 showers and squalls late today and I property of the Gainesville
Stattle ................ 44 34 tonight. corded in the commission's official I production In whole or In part Is
Shoemaker. -- ---- -- -------- Publishing Company, (c) 1964. Re- VALUES like these:
: records.He strictly forbidden without the written '
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i. Sex Report Arouses Ire of Officials TO ORGANIZE POLITICS.

1 r.; --.' LAHASEE---- AP) A ney:'for Dade- County? warned the:"becoming the object of curios-I printed were distributed. These Mitchell said the report was r The County Democratic politics will Executive get organized Committee Tuesday has night.scheduled
State..legislative committee not to send in school in the state went to state and i a
committee, repart.designed any more ity every legislators designed to arouse public senti- meeting of all county candidates for 7:30 to establish schedule
to of the 44-page booklets into his and could engender perversion." news media, he said. a
arouse public ment agains homosexualism and of rallies around the county.All .
I sentiment against homosexuali area or face laws.Gerstein prosecution. on state Rep. R. O. Mitchell, chairmanof The booklet contains photographs set the stage for stronger state representatives of groups that want to sponsor a rally,
ty, instead has aroused the ire obscenity the Legislative Investigations taken from sex deviatesand laws controlling sexual per- should attend.A .
of many_state officials.JUchard'Gerstein. said the purpose of Committee that released the report a dictionary of homosexual He said he complete schedule of rallies will be drawn. "
I verts. hoped the fur-,
State Attor- the publication could backfire by said only 300 copies of 2,000,language. After the rally-setting part of the program, the executive'
or over the report would not destroy committee
L --- will discuss adopting bylaws and a constitution.The .
' its intended purpose. meeting will be. in the County Commission meeting room
,Lb t2 in the courthouse.
: BRAKES EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS Gubernatorial candidate Fred
Karl of Daytona Beach criticizedthe $
SurgeryProf To Speak at UF -
committee for "becoming :

$119 FRONT END ,engaged in the publication of ; Dr. Carl.A. Moyer, professorof II for 4 p.m. in the Medical Science
such vile material." surgery at Washington Uni- Building Auditorium. .
.. We'll remove front i 50 versity School of Medicine in I cles in these fields.
wheels, adjust brakes, repack TO Karl was one of the legislatorswho St. Louis, will be guest speakerat Dr. Mover's subject will be
front wheel bear fought to have the controversial the annual Alpha Omega Alpha the role of sodium in the bodyas
ings, check grease seals, I committee, created to lecture of the University of it effects blood volume and
add fluid and road test. We'll olign front end I check on Communists and homosexuals Florida College of Medicine to- its application to the treatment
t correct camber, caster in state government, FRED KARL morrow. The, talk is scheduled of patients in shock.
and toe-in check shocks Vile Material'
6 MONTHS TO PAY ,dissolved during the 1963 Legis-
exhaust and
system lature.
I The move failed and the committee -
was alloted twice as Sabbath Service
'much money'to operate through NOW OPENAll
USED TIRES Change Overs 'I 1965. However, the committee Congregation B'Nai Israel i

New Discontinued was completely reorganized. will have joint sabbath services -!
with the Hillel Foundation tomorrow Your FavoriteBRANDS
Florida Senate President Wilson
I' _.REAl. BARGAINS FOR SECOND CARS & SPARES. Factory Blemish I Carraway told newsmen he The joint night meeting at 7:30.will be held I

I did not want the report in his at the Hillel Foundation
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I : $088UP UP TO TIRES! .home and hoped distribution 18th St., with Rabbi Simeon'I
t\ No Trade Needed 30% DISCOUNT TIRES! would be limited. Kobrinetz and Pincus Gross of-' LIQUORS

Mitchell told newsmen ficiating. '
Wednesday the report was not
suitable for general publicationnor BEERPAUL1S
f GOOD/YEAHtSERVICE was it intended so. He said I afiue Sun

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;_:c &tnezuflk Sun s Europe V s. De. nl .0. +LrM.M...firt t

., Sfrm fork (Ttoa land to Germany. The Dutch some trouble, with rising: _democra " ..... By JAMES RESTON w appealed to the Brussels Commission prices and a shortage of class- .THESE- .fee p t
JOHN X. '81=&180X. FreiUe M* WASHINGTON The sig- which decided: that rooms, and there have been' ""sustain.i e:GauIIe3 ..popuIar-
Vie Prell-
.' rmktUhcri itmtt ED rAT JOHNSON.COWLES.Tie rre,Uat nificant thing in the Western West Germany 'was not justi- mutterings there as here. :ity't.botnt: '. t \tmearl'hrat'
.y- Florida's Beautiful" and Executive EJlUn W. G. OU) Alliance these days is not fied in stopping the Dutch ex- against the high cost of for ; ? trend :the
EBEKSOLE. Tic rreildemt art ATCitktaf *- By RALPH McGILL what President de Gaulle is ports. Erhard went along with sign aid and an independent .Common Market to
University City DlrccUri BOB TAKTAGLIONE. Clrc l-- Painter Prii Winning FrtlliktrOf doing in Mexico but what the commission' despite :the nuclear policy but his, polifii ai-s. eonomi ehas. II
....... U.. lIaa.cu.Tie. ln.lded sad see AlUBtat CwuUtatla Chancellor Erhard is doing protests of some of his, most cal base is undoubtedly : /a.iasCadd:'gr j 'h !Iitkein
_.'.' in Germany.De influential political supporters. stronger than any other in' the, $eyeIoPJP t>f."41"tt
..... ...
Industry'sHuman Gaulle the nationalist is ITALY' TOO has been mak- Western Europe.The 'market'and-whilrle- j
....., THE SUN'S POLICY getting the headlines but the 'ing clear to De Gaulle that it rise of materialism has anti :BriilSMi' r>v Huj. m ri- I

":.' 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news! columns. really new and significant does not intend to follow his weakened the normal ardor of can moves Jj3bdbubf: 'amuse
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials thing is that Erhard is emerging policy for Europe. The Rome ideology in France. The the F r e nch 'most observers i
_,: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. as an internationalist whois government is preoccupied French women rush to support believe they are more inter- ,
n4.r- The Sun's All 372-8441 deter mined to be one of with its political difficulties President De Gaulle wheneverhe ested In security and prosper-
telephones: Departments- :
4'04U EngineersAbout the leading architects of a unified .at home. It has made its "op submits any major ques- ity than they are in grandeur.
....-... Wont Ads-376-4672 European community.This .ening to the left" and both tion to a national referendum.A Against this background, De '
...;, was' not foreseen a President Segni and Giuseppe vast majority of the French Gaulle's tour of Mexico is a

: 1950, give or take a year ago. The question then Saragat, the Social Democrat, electorate is violently opposed pleasant ceremonial success, )
I : year or so, Dr. Joseph S. Ko- was whether De Gaulle, who foreign minister, have insisted to going back to the polit- but it is a sideshow. The
Smokescreen on Civil WrongsAmericans pas, industrial training counselor had negotiated the Franco- that De Gaulle's FrancoGer- ical instability of pre. De main eventJs going on in thee
for Republic Steel, saw German axis, would be ableto man axis' should not be usedto Gaulle France. And the Gaul- con 0 mic and political development

being bombarded from the Sovereignty Commissionare two things very plainly. The speak for West Germany on minimize the place of Italy list government monopo- of Europe, and this
are first was that the steel indus- the world scene. in Europe or weaken the lizes the French television and Is p r o c e e ding, not with De
these days with aa dvertising and the private White Citizens'Councils try was moving toward major HAD HE BEEN able to do prospect of developing a radio network in a way that Gaulle's ideas, but against I

pamphlet campaign purporting to and their campaign for technological advances so, his influence in Latin strong European "part no other Western European them. '
"racial integrity". The Sovereignty especially in basic steel. Since America and elsewhere would nership" with the United
: show that 'the civil,",rights' bill"-now Commission:has*been one of the main this was true, it followed that have been much greater today States.

-. before the U. S., Senate is ,really an sources of financial support for the some workmen, per hap s than it actually is, but it has Thus while De Gaulle is = ON THE RIGHT =
would find themselvesout not worked out that Er- dramatizing the independenceof
attempt to 'expand th"e"role of the Coordinating Committee for Funda- many, way.
of work because they were hard is proving to be one of France with his trips to
federal government. mental Freedoms.We not qualified for the supervi the strongest opponents of the Latin America, and his recognition The WirtzProposal
sory maintenance and production kind of French dominated of Communist China,
Spearheading the campaign is hope no one will be taken in jobs the new techni- Europe De Gaulle wants and the fact is that the rest of the

the Coordinating Committee for by the "federal dictatorship" line ques would require. He creat- he is not at all enthusiastic nations' in the Common Mar-
ed a training program idea either about De Gaulle's recognition ket are quietly opposing his
Fundamental American; Freedoms. being peddled by this outfit in i
con- for upgrading workers. of Communist Chinaor design for Europe and work-
In this particular advertisement, the nection with the civil rights bill.. The plan was serious busi of De Gaulle's campaign ing toward the day (Jan. 1, \\J

committee makes no attempt to upheld The measure gives the federal government ness. Counselor Kopas esti- against the Anglo Saxons. 1966)) when, under the Treatyof

segregation and indulges ,,in, no very little authority for mated that the new techno- Recently it has been Erhard Rome, decisions can be IIBy WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR,.
racist diatribes. Its strategy is to dealing with discrimination that has logy would require from 1% who has been taking the leadto taken on many major economic Labor Secretary Willard today, not'too few.

I. attempt to capitalize on the fear of: not been exercised for to 3 hours of instruction per combat inflation in Italy, questions for all the Com- Wirtz has a new scheme. You Granted it would be ideal if f1
years num '
week for four years to update. France, and to a lesser extentin mon Market countries (includ- may recall that a couple of everyone had and,could profit
-. "big government" with such labels erous state and local governments, a man. Three ,hours a week Holland by urging the ing France) even against a months ago he proposed to from a. college education .
7 for the civil rights measures "the and in part by the federal govern. for two years would be enoughto Common Market countries to .De Gaulle veto. lick the problem of unemployment and it would be ideal if every

Socialists' Omnibus Bill" and de- ment. update those qualified for harmonize their economic pol- The PRESENT atmospherein by forcing employers to 'one read Shakespeare for f
scription of it as "a cynical design to the training. icies, and it has been Er- the Alliance, therefore, is. pay double-time instead of pleasure and edification But
hard who has been makingthe slightly misleading. On the time-and-a-half for overtime the glum.and *8tlcky fact is:
make even the least of us, black and The establishes
measure method
a CHARLES M. WHITE, then concessions to the Com- surface, De Gaulle has broken (WW's logic: Employers, rather 'Not eireryofedFoes..Arid not .
: white, subject to the whim and ca- under federal law for coping with found Market Commission in the movement toward I
president of Republic, mon a than pay such high prices'for everyone'a1..tat bs6rh; or,b) !\!
:; price of ,government bureaucrats. discrimination in public accommodations the idea sound and initiated it. Brussels.A common a 11 i ed approach toward overtime, will reach for wantsto: absorb'a: Jrigher ed- |
and employment that is far less He expanded it by making it recent incident in the delicate common economic and fresh workers out of the un-. ucation.. TTC Ilf

= Secretary of the committee is John comprehensive and has lighter penal a non-profit educational insti field of agricultural poli- political problems. Also, he employment pooL Free Mar- The true ene of those who
tution which would.be. open to cy illustrates the point. Offi- has interrupted if he has not ket's You cannot cause
Satterfield Mississippi native who ties than state laws. goto"college is not-so
a many
other industries that cials in West the momentum toward
might Germany, con- stopped an increase in business by
much'a systeznTwhich makes \
; is former president of the American wish to use it. There 'came fronted by a sharp drop in a common defense and raising the price cf doing; ,college luV, pensive, and' so
: Bar Association. Satterfield does not The civil rights bill passed the into being "The Human Engi- the price of eggs, stopped all nuclear policy in the Atlantic.At business.) inaccessible ''to

, : speak for the ABA in these activi- U.S. House by a 290-130 margin. neering Institute" at Youngs- shipments of eggs from Hol- home, De Gaulle has The new idea is to keep students:'But t"tIie snobbery very poor: of

.1 ties. He speaks for the State of Mis- The 152 Democrats and 177 Republicans town, Ohio. young people away from the those employers who refuse to i

sissippi. Satterfield is registered who supported it are hardly branches There of are this now seven school. By Interlandi labor market by the simple give Sally Jones a job as a II
expedient of making them go sales girl unless she can produce
T with Congress as a lobbyist for the supporters of "socialism. One is in the South, at Gads-
to school longer. Specifically, a college degree.
Mississippi State Sovereignty Com- den, Alabama. Four are in
. Mr. Wirtz would require all WHAT HAPPENS, of j
mission at a salary of $2,000 a The "big government" issue is in the Midwest. Two are in Ca- students to stayjn school notuntil course, is that Mr. and Mrs.

: month. The Sovereignty Commission this case a smokescreen attemptingto nada.is,An of industrial course, community A FAT'OMMUNIS't 'GSM MMW11p they are 16, .which. is the Jones, parents of Sally, :desiring -

; is a state agency, supported by pub- cloud the fundamental issue of provide "pupils."necessaryto A talk age at which, under' most sate to secure their daugh-

; lic funds, dedicated to supporting the civil wrongs based on race discrimi with Richard W. Doran, director 1 15 A HAPPY laws, they may.now quitbutuntil ter's place ,in the economicpeckingor'der
they are' 18.:: That, he
segregationist way of life. nation. It should not be allowed to of the Youngstown cen- COMMUNISEDANGE would remove two mil put pressure on j
says, the legislature: to construct be-
obscure the need for further federal ter, produces the fact that 16 lion teen-agers m the over- hemoth "universities whose

1, Among the recipients of funds action to secure human rights. companies in the area are ROSSUS. ; ( burdened labor market and principal purpose is to issue
of the facilities.
making use .
moreover, give them the kind Sally a degree whether she
The smaller unit in Gadsden
r --- of education.'which would works hard for it or not. And
a relatively new ,one, wherctJesse ,
[.i' .. Walker Jr. is director It I make them highly employablewhen college degrees become, 'increasingly
I I they finally do get out meaningless.Ever .

I Voice of the People lic's presently panies workers are trains evidencing, but only other Repub-inter-com- ,- I. 4j'afJJ of MR.school.WIRTZ'S' proposal is War many since of the our Second educational World

bad economics and bad
I est. The other centers are very institutions even while most
training workers from varied educational _, theory. Once of our teachers have tried
industries. ogain, you do not create jobs valiantly to keep their eyeson
5On The Sun's Opinion Page==== by adding the cost of educat- the meaning of education,
"WE PRESENTLY have a ing two million'additional per'sons have been used as great hu-
Opinions and comments of Sun reader ere welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters class of 301 men," said Jesse per year to the national man 'enclosures, to"keep children
mutt be signed' and bear the writer' address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should overhead. Increasingly, our off the streets, afay'from
not exceed 500 words and must ba written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot b. used. The Walker. "They are all in the schools being used as
are home the
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or updating process. We have during daylight
i intent. encountered no real trouble dumping grounds for a swol- hours, fussing away at some
because of the long period of -:<;7l len population. Earnest scholars thing or other for dlstracti n's

School Needs personnel to render it. If ences and opposition from years these men have been are already convinced that sake. And.now it is proposedto
I teachers had more time free one or both parents. Alachua out of school. Many of them e,tcs Aut+ES'Ftt in all probability too many use theory to keep young
I :. Are Urgent from classroom teaching, they needs these workers. are amazed at the new type of "Food is the opiate of the people!I" people are going to college people away- ,from.. the labor
could soon be doing certain Fourth, Mr. Manning rightly schoolroom and the combina- market.
t EDITOR, Sun: In this county parts of this well. But they emphasized the need for tion of lecture-discussion and The principal damage is to
-. election campaign, we have a very heavy load, an increasing expanded v o cat lonal educa- practical teaching." DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS those other students who, gen-
, should be very cognizant, of load of classroom tion. This should be available The teaching is done by uinely desiring an education,
I the recommendations made teaching. This in turn dependsfor from junior high school on. skilled supervisors and fore- are bored and distracted by
about our s c h ools by Superintendent effectiveness upon the But the basic education in oth men from the sponsoring industrial LBJon Reality of Things'By the disruptive listlessness of
E. D. Manning. Every counseling given youth. With er are a s should not be neg- plants. At Youngs- those. .of:their .fellow students.
one of the needs which the present increasing teach- lected \because of light or town, for example, there is who, because they.are.restless.
_your *paper published March ing load, if the children and transient rea sons given by instruction in new production WALTER,LIPPMANN country is very much opposed.The watching the hawkiest candi- at ,their desks, pose disciplI-
I 12 is urgent. Certain of these youth are to receive the. edu- youth who want to drop out of methods in steel glass mach- The: President has no rea- grand design in Europe, date avoid calling for a military nary problems,.slowdown he
J. are not only urgent but criti- cation they deserve, either school and get a job. inery, electrical equipment, son now to worry about him- the. Alliance for Progress in showdown anywhere.THE classes, horse. around and,
cal.First the schools must'. increase '' Fifth, these needs are es- various fabrications of metal self as a performer on TV.:In this hemisphere, the contain- PRESIDENT put his generally;Paige a travesty out
_, is the need for continuous greatly the number of teachers pecially.urgent for those children and glass, and so 'on. ,* his interview Sunday nighthe ment of Red China, the war in finger on the crux of the of education.
curriculum study and revision ; or add.many more full or and youth who live in was never at a loss for Southeast Asia, Cyprus, Zanzi- whole problem of our inabil- WE NEED, 'to begin with,
as the times demand, part time specially prepared. very much under privileged THE APPROACH is to try words or facts, or for grammar bar, Gabon and whatnotin ity to have ourselves followed a Committee Against Discri-
but in terms of sound educa- counselors. several types of persons of to_keep the man on the job and syntax, and he was none of these places are we often indeed listened to, in mination in favor of College
tional purposes. Alachua county Third, every school system national origin. Their handicaps and to assist him to do it immediately and shrewdly prevailing or, as the juve- so many parts of the world. Degrees We need, secondly,
schools are fortunate :that needs a group of persons, are possible of overcoming better or to move up to amore aware not only'of the meaningof niles put it, "winning." There are, he said, "peoplewho to differentiate sharply, as
-.they are located near to the sometimes called but not with present ef- responsible one.' This the questions put to him, Theoretically, therefore, it feel that all we need do for instance is done in Ger-
'university from which they visiting forts. year there are 6,000 men in but of how his answers wouldbe should be, possible to make a is to mash a button and determine many, between those students
...-can secure such service easi- teachers to build effective ties The writer hopes much that training, 1,300 of them at taken by the great audi- great politicial issue out of the everybody's= foreign who are, educable, and those
Uy: once it is, a part of the between parents, homes and our citizens will give some Youngstown. A. total of 9,700 ence. failure of so many of our policies policy. who are merely trainable;
I, -,program. the instruction in the schools. consideration to supportingthese men have been upgraded He showed himself to be a abroad and to blame the "But we are not living in and the emphasis, for the lat-
Second more guidance1 counselors Much of the work of teachers measures and that the since 1955.Nothing. very formidable political man, Kennedy Johnson adminis- that,kind of a world any more. ter, should be vocational train-
are very much needed. ,is wasted because of lack of schools can increase their in the industrial and before he had finished he tration for the failure. But in They are going to determineit ing, beginning at about the
Since i 1943, the writer has services and the quality of revolution is more revolutionary managed to occupy a very actual p r a c Lice two things for themselves, and that is age of 14. .--
watched the slow deyelop- cooperation from homes and their work likewise.A.. than what is happening great deal of the g r ound have to be given if the issueis the way it should be. And we Those interested in pursuingthis
.Pent. of this service and( the :in some cases direct interfer R. MEAD in steel. The February editionof where the preponderant ma- to be made politically effective are going to have to come distinction should read the
\ the trade magazine"Steel jority of the voters are to be in the Presidential and reason with them and try stunning little book of Albert
had lead to lead them instead of forcIng Jay Nock which originatedas
: : a article on found. campaign.ONE ,
h '_ :POTOMAC FEVER "How We'll Make Metals To- This is most obviously true IS THAT the mass of them. the Page- arbour Lecturesat
d morrow." The oxygen fur in domestic affairs. Here he is people will believe that Nixonor These are, I believe, among the University Virginia
:: By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau nace, which produces what making it extremely difficultfor Scranton or Rockefellerknow the most important words 30 years ago. It is called "A
r corPs" steel men call "Instant Steel," of the Republican bow to win victory all spoken by an American Pres- Theory of Education in the
President Johnson creation of a "job for any
urges 100,000 youths. That's i d ent since the second world
and the the world because they United States,? and:
amazing process of moderates, s u c h as Nixon, over your
j the way it goes. A fellow just begins too enjoy life as a surfer or folk singer continuous,casting are the lat- 'Rockefeller and Scranton, to are so 'm u c h brighter or so war. They recognize the real- bookseller; if he is not-an ag-

;when some busy-body :in Washington tries to put him to work. est developments that are revolutionizing define an issue except to much braver than Kennedyand ity of things. They recognize ent of the National Education

-- the industry.To claim that they can do all the Johnson. the profound change Association, will order it for
Liz Taylor and Richard Burton are married. The announcement was made this the experts now add things that Johnson says he Goldwater and Rockefellertried which has taken place in the you. .
future technical this out in the New power balances of the globe As-for Mr:WJrtz'J
processes that wants to do and that they can proposal
Jjby: their specialist 'for: ,public relations. In the TaYlor-B orlon world, there are will produce even more steel do them better than he can. Hampshire primary and they since the end of the postwar he would do well to drop I it,

::no private relations. and more miracles. Theseare THIS IS NOT a very good were thoroughly defeated by a period. and propose instead that any
--- -- not guesses. The technology issue against a President in man who is one of the principal THESE WORDS are the keyto employer who apprentices a
'. The California Republican assembly endorses Barry Goldwater. They likea for them is available to office who has all, the factsat administrators of the Kennedy most of what so many findso young man or woman betweenthe :
day. Only the application his and who has Johnson policy in the puzzling- for example, the ages of 16 and 18 in any
fighting candidate, and he's the only warrior thus far who vows to battle remains disposal ,
of General De Gaulle
to be workedjoutONE Mr. Johnson's experience in worst of all the trouble spots. policies business or professionwhich
the whole 20th century. STATISTIC Irill illustrate 'the operation of the United The other necessary ingred- the evolution of LatinAmerican requires extensive technical
-- the drama in steel. 'In States government. ient in making foreign policya attitudes toward this country training should .be.> permitted .
'_ Polls show Democrats favor Bob Kennedy for vice-president. Bob would 1970 the new blast, furnace So, as Senator Dirksen has capital issue is that a ma- our frustration in Southeast a whopping tax deduction !

have a good following in the north-and in the South, practically everybody technique will enable a given- just said, the issue must be jority of the American voters Asia. That' way the teen age* dropouts :f
should find themselves in the My own impression, indeed can get,:'useful1 training
'-would be after him. sized unit to double the pro drawn in foreign affairs. The
.. duction of 1955 with lower President is quite aware that mood where they think it conviction, is that our peopleare towards useful work, :and
-- production, costs. this is what his opponents will would be better to risk a great in the mood to believe guard against future unemployment :
Z> France's President 'DeGaulle visits Mexico briefly. And that's about as long The Human Engineering Institute have to try to do, and it was war in order to "win" than these words when they hear. for lack of MH.
Z? as we'll ever find him on our side. is an example of what fascinating to watch him worrying along as best we can from a President whom they And the schools can get: on
-- free enterprise with vision can make this very difficult for as long as the truly vital interests trust completely. So, barring with the business of education
of the United Statesare calamities that no one can for- than that of chap.
do. Its methods offer a them. ;
LBJ asks Congress,to vote $1 billion to fight poverty. Politically, its risky. study
basis for the several retrain The fact is that on an the not plainly at stake. The see, it does not seem likely eronage for those people who ;
-A: poor man gets a little money, and he's liable to 'm ova to. the':suburbs and in
ing programs that are an inevitable continents all sorts of thingsare American "people are not in that the rip snorting juve- get the way of Mr. Wirtz'
start voting Republican. part of our future. happening to which this that mood, as we can see by niles will carry the day. statistics 1:

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I 4 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 19, 19M t'I i

a.m.; Young People's Willing ACADEMY OF SCIENCE the Negro child who cannot I

COLORED NEWS Workers' Meeting, 6:30 p.m. PAPERSST. read or who has no understand I

and evening worship, 8:30 p.m. AUGUSTINE Dr. Joseph -ing of words or sensitivity for

LE Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth Weiser, chairman of the words is really not learning.any 1
Childs Colored News I
B. F. Editor f
Sun Jenkins, reporter. division of Science and Mathematics other subject but.going"through I:

Oiaintsuillt TO HOLD REGULAR Barbara Jones, Girl Scouts executive New Hope Baptist -' Sunday at Florida Memorial motions. 'S.
MEETINGThe will organize the Girl School, 10 a.m.; morning worship -College here, is scheduled to "I think it is timethatNe'groeducators

Female Protection Society Scouts.IN 11 ajn.; and afternoon deliver a number of papers before stop pretending, itop

,.... No. 1 will hold its regular worship, 3 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- the Florida Academy of going through the charadeX-stop:
"' '''.' JOHN K. HAKKUON. PrctUtatrhUshri aM meeting in the dining room of MEMORIAM man, pastor; Mrs. L. D. Williams Science when it holds its 27th putting out Negro: 'youngsters

"'',''"'.'" PAT COWLES. VU Pt .rldt. the Greater Fort Clark Baptist In loving memory of our reporter. annual meeting at Rollins College from high schools ;who"are'not
; .. | ED JOHN80X ics I'reaWeal Bm) Church Sunday at 3:30 p.m. mother and wife, Mrs. ,Mattie I Hopewell Baptist Sunday in Winter Park, March 19- equipped to do sixth ofseventhgrade
Florida's Beautiful EBEBSOLE.sad Zsec.u.VU EJItfI. PreiUe w. aM Afc.Tcrtl Mrs. Amanda Scott, president; Shoemake, who departed this I School, 10 ajn.; morning worship -21. work, because, aflthis]

:. iaf Director BOB TAKTAG.1JOHE. Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter.TO life Mar. 19. I 11 ajn.; and 'night wor- Three of the to be does Is to contributed: in-
'University City' ,1e. .PrtiUeat.M areal.u. *- We loved you but God loved ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor -read by Dr. Weiser papers will be soluble impossibly problems for

,I .. Xaaarer. PRESENT PROGRAM you best. Willie Shoemake, hus- pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon, before the medical sciences Negro colleges< Most-Negro:

The .Undenominational Choirs' band;' Mrs. Lillie Hammond, reporter. section the subjects leges are not now.able.- unc-
on following
4--"I. THE SUN'S POUCY Un\on will present a program, daughter; Mrs. Ollie Mae Paradise St Luke Missionary : "Occupational Health tion on a' collegiate:1: reIbe-
entitled "Choirs in Parade" at Roberson and Mrs Rachel Baptist Sunday School, cause the Negro'yoittgstetSJvho
and. impartially in the news columns. Education in., Agriculture,
1. Report the news fully Church 9 p.m.; morning worship, 11 are sentpared t
the New Salem Baptist ,Chestnut, sisters. : toj srJ rrTiqClpre-
__.. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials there will be. an Easter "Youth in An Agricultural Env
at 8 Elmore Dexter a.m.; todo even-mjnimaH l-
Monday "
.. p.m.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ironment, and Right'n d "
president; Mrs. P. L. Scott, MRS. ALLIE THOMASMrs. program presented, 3 p. m.; Left Handedness lege worL"The

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 reporter. Allie Thomas, a pioneer and evening worship, 6 p. m. edness-, and Eyedness., -"Legg. speaker, who has servedin

;: Want Ads-376-4672 ; citizen of Alachua County, died Rev. N. A. Jackson, pastor; recent years as a foreign
I REV. NORMAN CALDWELLTO at the home of her daughter, Miss Leah G. Rentz, reporter.The Others papers by Dr. Weiser, service consultant for the U.S.

* .. SPEAK Mrs. Ora ,Gilmore, of Brooker, Easter program, will" be submitted to the biological sciences -Department of State, concluded:

Rev. Norman Caldwell, prea- Monday.Mrs. entitled "The Resurrection. section of the Academyare "The Negro in confronting Am-

I Civil cher for 10 years from Ocala, Thomas resided at 304 : "The Regenerative Capacity -erica, in insisting that the pro-
Smokescreen on Wrongs will be the speaker at the Mt. NW 9th Street, prior to her ill- REGULAR MEETING SET of Bacteria," and."How the mises of the American credit

S. Carmel Baptist Church Fridayat ness. The Uniform Company LodgeNo. : Large Intestine Influences. Its. now be met without regard to
Americans ,are being bombarded from the Sovereignty Commissionare 8 p.m. to talk of the LincolnHigh Duncan Brothers, morticians, 113 will hold its regular II Bacterial Flora." color, af.long. last is now con-

these with advertising and the private White Citizens' senior class' trip to Washington will announce funeral arrangements meeting, Friday_ __at .8.. pjn... ...._at 1 Dr. Weiser who educated -' fronted with the extremely difficult -
days an was
w. M.
the home 01 Mrs. '
for later. task of ,confronting him
Councils and their campaign u.u.
pamphlet campaign purporting to son, of 415 N. W. 12th Street. at Hebrew University in Israel 'self and recognizing in, himself
Rev. Mr. Caldwell is knownas ,
"racial integrity". The Sovereignty with doctoral and
this meeting, the postdoctoral -
Church AnnouncementsMt. During what he must do to see that
the civil rights bill now a dynamic preacher whose
show that Commission has been one of the main will benefit those who Moriah Baptist Men'sDay dues are to be paid in f u It work at the University of America becomes the democracy -

: before the U. S.Senate .is really! an sources of financial support for the are message present. will be observed Mar. 22. Charlie ,Ross, captain; Mrs.' Rome, is an international recognized which it has so long pretend

attempt to 'expand the role of the Coordinating Committee ,for Fundamental Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.; morn- P. L. Scott, reporter. authority in the,field of ed that it was. .
for farm
federal government. Freedoms.We NOTICE ing worship, 11 ajn. Mr..Ben workers.occupational hygiene "And I susect,", he stated,
nett of Edward Waters BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD "that in
The presidents of the Worn.an's College, this'painful confrontation -
Jacksonville, will be the prin- MEETING PREPARING NEGRO YOUTH true educators, guidance
Home Mission and Educational
Spearheading the campaign is hope no one will be taken in Convention of the Jerusalem cipal speaker at 3 p.m.; Rev. The Baptist Brotherhood TALLAHASSEE -. 'Among counselors. ;_principals; of Negro

the Coordinating Committee for by the "federal dictatorship" line District are asked to Henderson, pastor and congregation meeting will be held at the most important challenges schools and presidents of Negro

Fundamental American Freedoms. being peddled by this outfit in con- meet with the president, Mrs. from St. Peter. Baptist the Second Bethel Baptist facing the Negro today as he colleges, Negro psychologists,
the Church will conduct a joint ser Church with Rev. A. Wrighten, to take his in educators and psychiatrists all
advertisement bill. place
I In this particular nection with the civil rights L. A. Williams, on Friday, prepares
vice. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor pastor, today at 8 p.m. an America of the'eminent future must play a role. The risks are
committee, makes'no attempt to up. The measure givesthe federal gov- March 20, at 9:30 a.m. at the
Church ; Mrs. J. Gainer, reporter.Mt. The public is invited. is that of preparing Negro high but the stakes are also
hold segregation and indulges in no ernment little authority for Spring Hill Baptist with
very Pleasant Methodist WILLISTON
Davis both youth to meet the single stand high. The stakes-are the futureof
Rev. T. D. pastor
racist diatribes. Its strategy is .to dealing with discrimination that has and moderator. I 'I.--"- XT". ? v.n have its rehearsal AILING IN ,MED. CENTERMrs. ard competition of a non-segre our youngsters,and probablythe

attempt to capitalize on the fear of not been exercised for years,by numerous Enrollment: personal, $2; society today, 7:30 p.m.; and The Dorothy Bellamy is ailing gated sociey." future, four nation."

"big government" with such labels state and local governments, 15; and education, $10. cation and in the Medical Center at A graduate "of Howard UnIversity -
Church School Staff will meet Gainesville.She Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, professor Where he received the
for the civil rights measures as "the and in part by the federal govern- I Friday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. W.M. is a member of Greater of .psychology, City Col. bachelor's ""and*" master's de-
Socialists' Omnibus Bill" and description ment. NOTICE Rock Hill Baptist Church at lege of New York, recentlytold
The ,Floral Court No. 54 of' pastor. esJDnjClark:has his Ph. D.
of it as "a cynical design to the Pallbearers' Lodge will Mt. Carmel BaptistThere WiUiston. a Florida Guidance Con- in I psychology from Columbia

make even the least of us, black andS The measure establishes a method meet Friday at the usual meet Mt. Carmel Baptist There Mrs. Bellamy's friends are ference audience at FloridaA University. Represented in then
will be Teachers' Meeting today, asked to visit her. Mrs. Bessie & M University.? Volume, entitled 2The Negro
S white, subject to the whim ca- under :federal, law for copiJ g'w'ith ing place.
7:30 p.m.Church. Mae Wesley, reporter. Protest, he,seneS"'}!$:director of
Author of
price of government bureaucrats. discrimination in public accommodations numerous on
of God in Christ To- the hside Center
research Son
.. at -
child psychology and widely
and employment that is far less NEWBERRY NEWS day is Evangelists' Day; and PROGRAMThe I for Child, Development in
:.*: Secretary'of the committee is John comprehensive and has lighter penal MOTHERS' CLUB MEETINGThe tomorrow; State Mother John. PLANS United LENTEN Church Women of consulting quoted and psychologist in demand as the a New York City. :His", wife, Dr.

Satterfield native who Mothers' Club of New- son's Day where the State Con- Mamie P Clark director of
a Mississippi ties than many state laws. Gainesville have scheduled an speaker continued: "It is ,.Is
berry Elementary School will vention is now in session. my the Southside .
I the American Len- Center.Funeral
is former president executive meeting and a belief that when the cries of I
meet at the school Mar. 25 at Archer Church of God in
Bar Association. Satterfield does not The civil rights bill passed the 8 p.m. Christ Sunday School, 10:30: ten Program Friday at 10 ajn. anguish of the segregationisthave service-for: Mrs: Em-
: speak for the ABA in these activi- U.S. House by ,a 290-130 margin. During this meeting, Miss a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 which will be presented by Trinity subsided as they eventual. ma, Davis winbe held 2 p.m.
J. West at the Holy -
C. ly must, then the Negro himself .
!, ; ties. He speaks ,for the State of Mis- The 152 Democrats and 177 Republicans Episcopal Church. The evening will be confronted with his own Sunday at the Philadelphia Baptist

: sissippi. Satterfield is registered who supported it are hardly By InterlandiA program is scheduled at inner anexities, his conflictsand Church,' in Lawtey.

: with Congress as a lobbyist for the supporters of "socialism." BELOW OLYMPUS 7:30 p.m. his challenges, as he dares Survivors include her father -

Mississippi Slate Sovereignty Com- ,Mrs. J. Q. Wilson will furn- really to move into a societyof Belzie Berry and Mrs. Killer

I -. mission at a salary of $2,000 a The "big government" issue is in ish music for the morning ser open competition. It will then Berry and children, Cleveland;
5- vice. Mrs. Rosetta Taylor and be clear that the problems of Jerry, Nellie, Jacob, Cathaline,
month. The Sovereignty Commission this case a smokescreen attemptingto A FAT IWfl4L15M 1 Miss Priscilla West will singat adjusting to change. are not 'and David Davis; brothers ,and

! is a state agency, supported by public cloud the fundamental issue of COMMUNISTIAHAPPY the evening program. The only difficult for, whites ,but in :sisters James Berry of Daytona,

funds, dedicated to supporting the civil wrongs based on race discrimi I President, Mrs: Emmanuel Get. even more insidious ways are Henry Berry of New York, An-

:- segregationist way of life. nation. It should not be allowed to lin, will preside at both serv- painful and difficult for Negroes. nie Lue Berry of Daytona, Hubert -

j obscure the need for further federal COMMUNISTAND ices. "The walls of a segregated Berry of Starke, Lawrence

;. Among the recipients of funds action to secure human rights. DANGEROUS LESS : society are not only damagingto Berry qf Daytona, Paul Berryof f
Ft. Ga. Rutha
Benning, Berry !
J BANQUET SET the Negro, but they are pro
.', The auxiliary of the American tective in a debilitating way,'' of Philadelphia, and Lester

.'M.. I _======== Legion Post No. 306 is asserted the speaker who serv- Holland of Ft. Pierce.
-: at the ed social science consult. Burial will be in Peachville
I -, sponsoring a banquet as a
i4 .r'
avoice-. Th '- .- -. Recreation Center, today at 8 ant for the National Associationfor Cemetery, under the directionof
.5 p.m. in celebrating the 45th anniversary the Advancement of Colored Chestnut. ? Haile Funeral
,. *
orm.reopie .. '- of the American Leg People during the famous desegregation -Home.
!',? ion in the interest of the Child case, Brown v a.
; ren's Cripple 'Hospital. Topeka, from which the 1954 MRS. EMMA DAVIS

On The Sun's Opinion Pages The donation is $1.00. Supreme Court school desegre- MR. ULYSSES G. HUNT
gation decision stemmed. Friends of Mr Ulysses' G.

.:. Hunt regret to learn of his
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in,the Voice of the People column. Letters j
NEWS "The detrimental effects of
must bo signed and .bear the writer'a address. Names will be withheld if requested.,A letter should : HAWTHORNE :death at the J. Hillis Miller
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot"bo used. The .5 PROGRAM TO BE racial segregation on the per- 'Med Center. Funeral arrangements
Sun the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without -- of '
reserves any changing the writer's meaning or -- PRESENTEDThe sonality Negro youth are now are incomplete and will
intent. Youth Community Choir "generally all too well known," be announced later by Chestnut
<:7IiIVAJs from Flemington, will presenta the speaker stated. "The United
School Needs personnel to render it. If ences and opposition from S program at the Galilee Baptist States Supreme Court clearly & Haile Fueral Home of St rke.

teachers had more time free one or both parents. Alachua /! rcs 'itIIfS Church on Sunday, March defines some of the personality I

. Are Urgent from classroom teaching, they needs these workers. "Food is the opiate of the people! !" 22. Sponsored by the laymen. consequences and they are no Pope.John Long
could soon be doing certain Fourth, Mr. Manning rightly longer debatable among the in- I
J : EDITOR, Sun: In this coun- parts of this well. But they emphasized the need for telligent and the well-informed." Dreamed OfBeingjontiff '

.. ty e lee t ion campaign, we have a very heavy load, an.in- expanded v 0 cat ional educa- DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS' .i
He underscored the fact that r
should be very cognizant of c rea sing load of classroom tion. This should be available ,
made teaching. This in turn we must remind ourselves that
..the recommendations dependsfor from junior high school on.
about our s c h ools by Super-, effectiveness ,upon the But the basic education in other the immediate and most obvious ROME CAPJ-The") Jate Pope
intendent E. D. Manning. Every counseling given youth.. With are a s should not be neglected on Reality of'Things' victims/of and racial injustices, cruelty -John!. ,XXIII. who called the
dehumanization within
one of the needs which the present increasing teach-, because of light or Roman ,Catholic, Ecumenical
your paper published March ing load if the children and transient reasons, given by the framework of racial segregation Council had
By WALTER LIPPMANNThe country is very much opposed.The watching the hawkiest candidate in America have been : begun thinking
youth to receive
12 is urgent Certain of these are the education youth who want to drop out of about the,
President has no reason grand design in Europe, avoid for children and possibility of Chris
are not only urgent but criti- they deserve, either school and get a job. calling a military Negro Negro tian
the schools must now to worry about him- the Alliance for Progress in showdown anywhere.THE youth." unity when he was only 15.
increase Fifth these needs '
cal.First are especially self as a performer on TV. In this hemisphere, the contain- PRESIDENT his By the, time he :jyas:21 he even I
continuous greatly the number of teachers put
is the need for urgent for those children He said racial segregationhas '
his interviewon.sunday'nighthe ment of Red China, the war in finger on the dreamed of-.someday becoming j
of the
and revision or add full
curriculum study many more or and youth who live' in not only created'conflicts in
was never at a loss for Southeast.Asia Cyprus Zanzibar whole problem of pontiff.-, __". *-
our inabil ....
as the times demand, part time specially prepared very much under privileged self esteem and deep feelingsof -
words or facts, or for gram. Gab n and whatnotIn ity to have ourselves followed Those arid-&ther
but in terms of sound educational counselors. several types of persons of inferiority in Negro youth memorieswere
mar and syntax, and he was of these often indeed
none places are we listened to in contained in I
Alachua a collectionof
county Third national origin. Their handi-
purposes. every school system but has also depressed their mo
immediately and s h rewdly prevailing or, as the juve- so many parts of the world. spiritual
fortunate that writings
schools of by
are are possible overcoming Pope
needs caps tivations and constricted their
a group of persons, aware not only of the meaningof niles it "winning." There are, he said
they are located near to, the but.not 'with present ef put "people and their which were put on sale \
perspectives aspira-
university from which they sometimes called visiting forts. the questions put to him, Theoretically, therefore, it who feel that all we need do tions. Wednesday.. '
can secure such service.eas teachers, to build effective ties The writer hopes much that but of how his answers wouldbe 'should be possible to make a is to mash a button and determine The late pontiff's Intimate

of-ly, once it is a part of the between parents, homes and our citizens will give some taken by the great audi- great politicial issue out of the everybody's foreign "The masses of Negro youthare thoughts,:were compiled Into ,a

program. the instruction in the schools. consideration to. supportingthese ence. failure of so many of our policies policy. not now ,expendable," Dr. book under the title "II
He showed himself to be' a abroad and to blame the "But we are not living In
Clark told his listeners.
Second, more guidance counselors Much of the work of measures and that the "They Giornale Dell' Anima" "The
,? are very much needed. schools can increase their very formidable political man, Kennedy Johnson adminis- that kind of a world any more. cannot be abandoned: :while we J urnal of the Soul."
Since I 1943, the writer has wasted, because of lack of services and the quality of and before he had finished he tration for the failure. But in They are going to determine struggle and wait forthe fruitsof The book was

watched the slow develop cooperation from homes and their work likewise. managed to occupy a very actual p r a c flee two things it for themselves, and that is the non-segregated, society. the Rt Rev compiled by
,Msgr. Loris
ment of this service ,and' the! in some cases direct interfer A. R. MEAD great deal of the ground have to be given if the issueis the way it should be. And we During this transition period, villa, who' Capo- \
where the preponderant ma- to be made politically effective are going to have to come something, and something effective was-Pope John's private
' jority of the voters are to be in the Presidential' and reason with them and try must be'done to salvagethe secretary-from his election I

POTOMAC : found. campaign.ONE to lead them instead of forc- bulk of these young people as pontiff Oct. 28, 1958. to
I FEVER This is most obviously true IS THAT the mass of ing them." and provide them with the John's death June 3, 1963.

:T .Fletcher ,Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau in domestic affairs. Here he is people will believe that I Nixonor These are, I believe, among strength of personality and the
making it extremely difficultfor Scranton or Rockefeller the most important words stability of character which are DeGaulleTriesToJLeave_ ..
: President Johnson ii st-creation of a "job corps" for 100,000: youths. That's any of the Republican know how to win victory all spoken by an American Pres- needed to obtain and function ,..

Vthe way it goes. A fellow just begins too enjoy life as a surfer or folk singer moderates such as Nixon, over the world because they i d ent since the second world effectively in a non-segregated t

.when some busy-body in Washington tries to put hnn'to work. Rockefeller and Scranton' to are so much brighter or so war. They recognize the reality American society."

'T' _. ____ define an issue except to much braver than Kennedyand of t h in gs. They recog- As a means of meeting the 'Big BrotherA ?
01(." claim that.they can do all the Johnson. nize the profound change challenge offered in preparing
Liz Taylor and Richard Burton are married. The announcement was made things that ,Johnson says he Goldwater and Rockefellertried which has taken place in the Negro youth to move into the CITY (AP-PresI-

by their specialist for public' relations. In the Taylor-Burton world, there are wants to do and that they can this out in the New power balances of the globe total American society, the dent Charles de Gaulle ends his

-!!o private relations. do them better than he can. Hampshire primary, and they since the end of the postwar speaker suggested ""a massive visit to Mexico''ioday, alter

'-- THIS IS NOT a very good were thoroughly defeated by a period. mobilization of educati o n a 1 three days of trying to projecta
issue against a President in man who is one of the principal THESE WORDS are the key skills for the .
concentrating next new image of
; The California Republican assembly endorses Barry Goldwater. They likea office who has all'the factsat France,a.. a big
: administrators to most
of the Ken- of what so many findso two years on remedial reading, :brother of Latin
: fighting candidate, 'and he's the only warrior thus far who vows to battle his disposal and who has nedy Johnson policy in the puzzling-for example, the remedial arithmetic general The French president and his

''I -the whole 20th century. Mr. Johnson's experience in worst of all the trouble spots. policies of General De Gaulle, comprehension and vocabu wife were to leave by plane at :'
__ the operation of the United The other necessary ingredient the evolution of Latin-Ameri lary." I noon for the Frencb Caribbean

__ Polls show Democrats' favor Bob Kennedy for .:vice-presidenU Bob would States government in making foreign policy can attitudes toward this country He continued: "I- would even j Island of Guadeloupe. After vis-
So, as Senator Dirksen has a capital issue is that a majority our frustration in South- 'that all other j te to
suggest probably Cayenne French
have a good following in the north and in the Guiana
South, practically everybody just said, the issue must be of theAmerican voters east Asia. ,
educational activities and
,I would be after him. drawn in Martinique, they return to
foreign affairs.
v The should find themselves in the My own
impression Indeed
...- with the exception of some extracurricular ]Paris March 23.
-- President is quite aware that mood where they think it conviction, is that our peopleare activities be suspended In a 'joint communique signed
:.- France's President DeGaulle visits Mexico briefly.,And' that's about as long this is what his opponents will would be better brisk a great in the mood to believe until it is Demonstrated 1 with Mexican President Adolfo

::is we'll ever find him on our side. .. have to try to do, and it was war in order to "win" than these words when they hear that: the educational Institutionsin J Lopez Mateos Wednesday night

d 4 I I fascinating to watch -him worrying along as best we can from a President whom they 'ihich the' majority of Negro I De Gaulle pledged France
E5 -. ; ;'i make this very difficult for as long as the truly vital in- trust completely. So,..barring youngsters are found have come would work at the U.N. Tradt
asks Congress to vote $1 billion to fight pov rty. Politically, it's risky. them. terests of the United States -calamities that no one can for- up to par on these basic school Isubjec1. j Conference[ in Geneva next week

=:A poor'man gets a little money, and he's liable to movef to {he< suburbs and 'J' The fact is that on an the are not plainly at stake. The see, it does not seem likely I .. I submit also that if i would pay Latin America better

.I :_tart voting Republican.S 'I I continents all sorts of_things American people are not in that the rip snorting juveniles this is done, nothing would have I prices.for its raw materials and

::. S S A are happening to which, this that mood, as we can see by will carry the day. been lost, because as of now, manufactured products.r .

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.f Thursday, March 19, 1954 Gainesville Sun 5 :I

:' Legal Delivery Thomas Thomas of of Starke Palatka; a brother and' Survivors include a daughter--,-and four--grandchildren.- !!!, -. I

bt5tiiriELIZABETH t5 Jack Dixon of Palatka; two Mrs. Faye McDonald, Hernando Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday ;t.
W. :'?*-,#, t Paul Mallard, left, owner of ,Paul's sisters, Mrs. Annie. Thompsonand ; two sons, Boyd of Gaines- at the Summerville Baptist
1. ; 1 1f a ':" ] Package Store, 318 E. University, Mrs. Ruth Wilkison,' both ville and Essau of Montbrook;i Church near Cross City, with
!' w yb 1 checks in the first shipment of whisj -. O'KELLEYOBIT at the University of Alaska in|of Palatka; 21 grandchildren nine grandchildren and 21 great Rev. John L. Patrick officiating
f. key to be legally delivered, in Alachua _1 I Fairbanks; a brother, Ben F.land 32 great grandchildren., grandchildren.Active, Burial will be in the Summer-
I : County since the early 1900s. Elizabeth O'Kelley | pallbearers include ville Cemetery under the direction
Mathews, Ridgewood, N. J.; Funeral services were held in
Cua pboto by Eddie Dam l' Mrs. Elizabeth Mathews O'- Carl Priest, Lonnie Blitch, of Knauff Funeral Home.
and a neice, Mrs. Carl LeBeau,I the Etioniah Baptist Church at
Kelley, 81, a Jacksonville woman Hoover Munden, J. S. Richards, Williston.
Largo. 10 a.m. this morning with Elder
who formerly lived in Mican-. hv. Marvin Chesser and Leon Grin-
Funeral services were at 1:30 Harry Eddy officiating. Burial -
iz opy and.Gainesville, died at her er. Satellite Rocket
was in New Hope Cemeterynear
4 home Monday night after a long p.m. today in Jacksonville.
/ 4iM.1y illness. LaCrosse with DeWitt C. ANNIE E. CORBIN Fails To OrbitCAPE
Her .late husband was Rev. MRS. JOHNSON Jones Funeral Home in charge. RALEIGH Annie Ethel
Nat B. O'Kelley, pastor of the STARKE Mrs. Pihkey Dix Corbin, 53, a native of Dixie An Explorer scientific satel-
t First Baptist Church in Gaines-: on Thomas Johnson, 77, died at J. W. JUMP County who had been a residentof lite failed to orbit today be-
.. ville. her home here Tuesday morn ROMEO Funeral servicesfor Raleigh since 1948 died yesterday cause of trouble with the third
+5,+:.t{ '* She had lived in Jacksonville ing after a long illness. James (Jim) Wesley Jump, morning at the Alachua I stage of the Delta booster rock
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for 40 years. She was born in Putnam 89, a lifelong resident of this General Hospital after a short'
..'l h't." ':,.;YH1... Gl."'4 .S:# 1UUEin'lQ.'M; .; ; While in Alachua Caunty in County. She was"a member of area who died Monday at Ala illness. et.The satellite was to have
t7l" : 8" her younger years, however, the Etioniah Trinity Baptist chua General Hospital will be She is survived by her hus- made the most extensive study
!',1 ', ,, f, she taught school in both Mica Church at Bardon. Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Romeo band Berry Corbin; three yet of the earth's ionosphereand
r'. '. .. S" ; nopy and Gainesville. Her survivors Survivors include four daughters Baptist Church. daughters, Mrs. Pat Heckard, was to serve as a tracking
LI"j": E"'J:,,.. "..... 5 include two step-sons, Mrs. Ola Bell James and Burial will be in Hickory Jr. of Gainesville, Mrs. Kay:I I target for intense laser light
k.<:,.. Dr. Marion B. O'Kelley of Lees- Mrs. Bessie Mae Griffis, bothof Springs' Cemetery with Rev. Terry and Miss Mary Corbin''beams flashed from the ground.
:t<<.:.: burg, and N. B. O'Kelley of Palatka Mrs. Mattie Smithof Buddy Parker and Rev. J. W. of Williston; four sons; Ken-I The Deta! blasted'away
{ < Orange Park; a stepdaughter, Jacksonville and Mrs. Delia Ward officiating. Knauff Funeral neth, of Crescent City, Richard,'from Cape Kennedy at 6:14
Elizabeth O'Kelley, a teacher Sikes of Leesburg; two sons, Home is in charge. John and James of Williston; a.m. (EST),

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vEor BackingWASHINGTON : ;

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: (AP) Con-
"ucted .Teamsters'. :President; 47 :'rxx rq Oy.
fames H. Hoffa 'Is.seeking to '
juell;any budding revolt: .in his.! FOR, S USE OURLAYAWAY ..
iant-union by personal appeals I II '
i I :.ro its f.7 million members.His. I

approach in a previous-I, INFORMATION
.'yionpublicized letter, is that he! ;Pi ;tON FORI

,t .rill eventually upset his eightrear -I; ALL TYPES OFLOANS
federal jury tampering: ,
I : nvictlon-and that if he does: 'aster
'. wt.;all Teamsters.'would haves The
I \ much to lose as he does. I +
--Hoffa's letter to all Team- "-
+iters officials and members SPECIAL '
.. 'fecks to identify the unions' in-: PURCHASE ,
crests with his own in his long! IN TIME FOR EASTER :
laile against Justice Deparnen -! HOME REPAIRS AND ADDITIONS
efforts to put. him behind

Hoffa, 51, told his members: INSURANCE '_ ,

"I have never backed away 4 THOUSANDS
from a''fight in my life. In all MORTGAGE
ny 32 years in the labor move-: \ TO CHOOSE FROM.
nent, I have consistently reused BUSINESS FLATS % OVER 25 STYLES
to 'conform as a price of, h' '
peace, for the. simple reason; S i
hat I have always known that; ..:}' $ 6\ 88
:he price would come out of the \t ;
.pockets 'of the rank and file Iwaselected ,I LOANS.. -- : ':i $3
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to represent." I ,tV's'i-' ) n- .... n and
Hoffa_ apparently was not referring .
to the thousands of dollars -
in legal fees piled up on I $ AND
his and trial numerous at'Chattanooga previous, Term.court,I, THE NUMBER \ 3SIZES:

,battles. I TO CALL IS FR6-5351 1 .
Rather, the reference
appeared 4 TO 10 ACTUALWIDTHS _
to be an attempt to peel RETAIL 4
made '''Teamsters' members no WE WILL GLADLY GIVE YOU FULL INFORMATION AA TOR $488 VALUES "t
one can represent them better VALUES TO TO :
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'ears as its president.: \ LEATHER IN SIZES 4 TO 10

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.among high-ranking Teamsters PASTELS '
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".chieftain, is clearly worried and!' y FirsiYrJ.BAN JUBILEE PATENTS
eager for reassurance from his,I IN WHITES.
:'members. sT BONES
:t.: 'ft1e:'buslness of'the International -!|
Brotherhood of Teamsters! OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA RED BLACK.-
.will be conducted as usual II MANY OTHERS
-*,Whenever possible, I will be ESTABLISHED 1888 .
;ln the,field, talking with you, the I ; I: LADIES BETTER SHOES
rank and file, finding out first- uL 9 NuN
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(EDITORS NOTE-One of initely plan action in Washington : .' : ,;,: :

the prime leaders in the fight and supportive action all 1 ; :.< : ; :. ..:
against segregation is Dr. I around the country" he said. ....' ,.-. .- t.,. -s ....." I.. .. : ... _
Martin Luther King Jr. of ". '.. "'. ''..: .. ,' z'J :.
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Another -A' -
phase of his efforts, f' ,, -
Atlanta, -Oba .- '. .s.tn. t -7 '
president of the Southern f c .., ,
cta/ .
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said i
Christian Leadership King will center this summer I- eShPPS. : .. < 'If. \ '" J '.j...:_ 'r .
the election '
on presidential '
Conference. Here in an ex- : ; ..
' elusive Associated Press interview I and political conventions. WEEK-END SPECIAL!. t ; ; : : .
King gives his views as "I plan to travel into Northern J '
to the course the battle will communities and try to ini-, FRI. & SAT. ONLY What's ,
take this year.) tiate a very massive intensi-s I 3 Doz. Assorted Cookies X' .. .'t .
fied voter registration drive,"'! '\ .;
he said. "We have studied marginal Plus One Pound ,
By DON MCKEE districts all over the Unit+ :
ed States-those districts where! CAKE . . $100 '. .: ....-.
ATLANTA, Gar (AP) Dr.congressmen barely got elected''' '
REG.. $1.91 VALUE '
Martin Luther King Jr., leader land additional votes would ; .
I of the Southern fight against make the difference."In .
segregation, predicted today many instances, these con- specialty? ..: '
that civil rights demonstrations' o your
will reach record proportionsthis gressmen have been wishy-j ,1. i, ..
washy on civil rights and new I
year. voters could cHange that." i BAKE SHOPS INC. '\.t, .
"I think we will see the hottest King said he will call a conference -* GAINESVILLE Center :.:"
Shopping .
summer in terms of! probably in September., ''. .
7 am.7 7 am.8 --- -
Fridays p.m.VALUE
civil rights," King said in an in j"to launch a nationwide selective -| Open p.m. talk small talk? .' ,
terview. "I think we will see, buying program" on a na-I Big < : :

demonstrations, on a level. and..L-1 tional basis. i -:- .
size we've never seen oeiore. '" '

Outlining plans for 1964, King Talk about women, politics or sports? '- > .t> -

reiterated that Alabama has J WiJr ... .. I II : :
been chosen as the main target .
this year by the Southern Christian .; Ir I Talk spiced with the .; : ./::

Conference he ;
Leadership I ;, .;;.
heads. ; II I r 'I ", "," .'.

The Alabama campaign will I I clear thinking of James Reston .
begin in late April or early i I .
May, King said, and it mightbe
centered on Montgomery or Walter '
spread out over. five major I Lippmann, or our own ,

cities. .. .
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A team Is working in Ala.' .. -.
Richard '
bama to mobilize Negroes King ? -V-: : :: : ..
said. '.. ;,

'We are hoping to get at! Talk filled with the humor of .; : : .
least 10,000 recruits for a non- .*. <, .., :. .-...
violent army who will be will- t.; 'j 'N ,
ing to spend their vacation in
jail if necessary," he said. Art Buchwald 01: Russell Baker? 5t ; .
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King declined to go into details -
of the Alabama drive. YOU NEVER DREAMED POSSIBLE
He said SCLC is helping in' Sport talk about that column by t I

Mississippi desegregation efforts GENERAL ELECTRIC CLOCK RADIOBrings : ; '.
and will try to send at
least 1,500 students from North- Halberstein ? '
ern and Western colleges and Daley. or Nissen '
you music-to- -by. .
universities to Mississippi this turns itself on automatically! / Has 4 SPECIALLY 8 or-. _.
I summer to join the drive.If I tubes and rectifier. big 4-inch $148 You'll .
there is a serious filibuster'In dyna-power speaker. Now at a special PRICED AT find more that'sinteresting ,"
the U.S. Senate against the. tow price! ",, .t. ,
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I.:. Rights Bill 'Tyrannical' Says SmathersWASHINGTON v ', r : >; ". 'f.-' :I-- Cr .

(AP) Sen. in the final analysis, I believe look at civil rights problemswith If southern Negroes could look to obliteration of the to many Negroes who have ach-

George A. Smathers said today by the fact that the civil rightsact some objectivity."We speak to the congress, he said,I real casues of discrimination ieved great success "withoutthe

many Americans "are severely, attempts to gain one man's do not deny that we have they would urge passage of legislation within our present generations," coercion proposed by the One Stop Banking : :::1:.:.
handicapped by their race or freedom by depriving anotherman problems in the south," he to help them on these he said. employment provisions of this .it''''..

their religion" but that the civil of his," he said, "be- said. "Certainly we do and questions. Smathers said he could point bill." Where '......
rights bill seeks a cure "through I cause it clenches the heavy we are desperately trying to *I'e'*.
t the use of tyrannical means." hand of the federal governmentinto solve those problems ourselves." "The situation of the American

r Smathers in a speech prepared a fist which crushes our But great progress has been Negro and of other minor- OUR GUARANTEE We Can SAVE It .', s-

for the Senate debate,.stated tottering federal system and made with respect to schools, ity groups has improved dra-" rfk11..1
his opposition to the bill and because, in the name of human Negro voting. and in Negro matically Smathers in recent years, For You .\ > 7

said it poses "a terrible dilemma -rights, it permits the exerciseof service on juries, he said. asserted. TO YOU '. .nl
for who unrestricted power by too .' ; ., __
one believesin "The problem is the need for "With the assistance of programs Or 4
the human of few people and with too few as- /
dignity every equal economic opportunityat i such as the recent tax
: American." surances that its exercise will an adequate level in jobs, bill, and with continued cooperation A. You will always pay us a price considerably below i'
p I' "This dilemma is resolved, be fair." housing and schooling," the' by those of good will of th accepted retail price of the items which you LEND It To You! .

Smathers was to take the Florida senator said. I I all races and creeds, we may purchase.B. ,
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floor in the 10th day of the Sen- (

ate debate 'on a preliminary: SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE Our everyday prices will usually be below sale pric.es 4.,1 .
stage of the civil rights fight-I I of any retail store (provided the item offered is ,....
the motion to take up the not soiled, shopworn, or obsolete) and we guarantee .-

House-passed bill. j to meet or beat any advertised price on merchandise ..
that is identical to merchandise which n"
Smathers said be was born in w*offer.Tfie ..MA 421TY

New Jersey and so felt he could,i' iI I i .. .

At No Place in Furniture Manufacturers ,
North Central Florida 1

con you find so many -,,ITb. .

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than 80,000 Goodyear dealm in the United States and An-we.t.er With 2000.00 175.44 91.77 63.88, v
Canada will make allowance on a new tire baaed on original I
3-TNytnTeBody. 3-T Nylon la Tb Bodrt Five $3799.Records 2500.00 219.30 114.71 79.85I
tread depth remaining and current"Goody ear Price. -
: I Larger Loons and' Longer Terms Available. : *
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10 alnesvllle Sun Thursday, March 19, 1964

I Student Center event will feature a professional _

:: In the Spotlight I SEE by I Ii. Barn Dance SetA a door caller prize, free, for refreshments the last cou-and ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A

,ple to enter before 8 p.m.,
II III barn dance is slated for
UF students tomorrow night at the starting time. FLORIDA Swimming Pool

I .the SUN the Wesley Foundation, at 1320 The barn dance is open to

..rMY si 6 i. I West The Univ.Methodist Ave.student at 8 o'clock.center all free.students, and admission is by Rivers Construction "Co.

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Involved in accidents reportedto I At 1:02: p.m. yesterday, a I WE BOUGHT BY THE TRUCKLOADSO -- .
Gainesville Police during the woods fire in the 1200
': last 24 hours: SE 11th Avenue.At WE COULD OFFER THESE PRICESAn

I Ii f = Roy Alexander Thames, 1415 1:17 p.m. yesterday, a Annual Operation 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40'
i 9Ay NE 7th St., and William B. Wat- woods fire in the 2509 block of Income Tax File Cabinet Sale Priced at$3,000 to$3,500 1
I son, 11 W. University Ave., ,in SE 2nd Avenue.At These Prices good only thru March NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
. F : 1t the 500 block of SE 5th Avenueat

::2.- .. 4:40 p.m. yesterday. fire, caused 7:19 p.m.by brakes yesterday being, a car too 2 DRAWERS reduced from $4995 tO $3995 EACH POOL YOU GET
Estelle Baucum Wilson, Route Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush r Diving Board
out at E. University
tight, was
3 Millan, Box Ladd 200A, 1222 and NW Harris 8th Ave.Mac-, Avenue and 9th Street when 4 DRAWERS reduced from $5995 tO $4995 Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
firemen arrived. Leaf Net
at W. University Avenue and
Fire Calls location 604 North Main St.
At 5:54: a.m. yesterday, a va- FR 2-9607 1909 EAST 5th STREET
cant building in the 500 blockof DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
.FRjC W. Wniversity Avenue. No The American public spends 400,000,000 hours a i 622-7048 FLA.FRIDAY.
7, damage was reported by ,fire- 1328 NW 6th St. FR 6-2924 week reading its daily newspapers.

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?- "Womanless Wedding" will be presented tonight !
1 at 8 by the Kirby-Smith PTA in the school auditor- w6rwcj /1Tho I l
"; ium. Part of the cast shown above are (from left)
Jack Boyd, who plays the best man; Cliff Lyle, I I REMEMBER: of dollds f ')
*mother of the bride; Warren McDonell, bridesmaid,
-and William Tharp, flower girl. The skit is being put s JUST 8 MORESHOPPING FOR EASTER MORN
ran to raise money for the playground fund at Kirby. DAYS A charming shift ((0 belt 'I
:: Smith. comes along with it) of "Scot- Jl
'- TIL |-n", 84% Rayon/16% '

.:..:Stealing Dad's Stepson Dies EASTERSUNDAY Flax.Easter A morn beautiful for the Petite frock Jun-for

ior by WESTWAY MISS. Col- >R
;r VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) was reduced by the British Columbia MAR. ors: Blue Pink. Sizes: 39. ,.
jiLlttle Bradley McDonald, the Court of Appeal when it I 29
'*3:> year old leukemia victim learned McDonald had stolen USE OUR LAY-AWAY 12.99 ..
whose stepfather stole so that for Bradley. OR C.B.A. .
Itfs last months might be happy,
:died Wednesday. EXPERIENCED
V Sewing Machine Operators
Bradley's stepfather, Gordon ss
With at least > yean factory trained
;James McDonald, 35, served a experience. Apply at
';month in prison last year for
Florida Athletic Co. ,
-stealing $680 from his employer. 302 N.W. 6th Street s e v f.x
': His Phone 2-3371 after 2 P.M. I
original six-month term LLJ "HER MAJESTY"

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room in your house.Famous LITTLE BOYS'
Baumritter has built these \ vri
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for years of service. Each is Q ETON SUITS
hand-finished in warm 1 1t
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lock maple and birch cabinet Q I IN SOLID COLORS
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w .,. H. a '' ,,.A s.i.i I Illinois U. Prof Rebuked I I Library Slates Two Sessions : {II

I S NK .+' URBANA, HI. '(AP) The Kennedy in a John Birch publication cepted a similar opinion from a Story Time at the Gainesville of the Sigma Anchor Club of :i

: s ,c ?, oresident of the University of was no cause for action faculty committee by a vote of Public Library will be held on the Gainesville High School,
Y fI Illinois Friday afternoon from 3:15 to will be the storytellers .-*
has Prof him. 8-1. +
I 4 reprimanded against _,..... I
4 o'clock for children
,. "ievilo P.. Oliver for "unrea- continued his avocationof from 3
I an I Oliver t
k tI Oliver, 54, wrote last month to 7. Oak Hill Set i iGospetSilg
I : '" r oned and vitriolic attack on conservative endeavors in a
: s; in "American Opinion" that The -
storytellers will
q .he character and patriotism of lecture Decatur, HI., Wednesday
"would cherish Ken
... -t resident Becky Chuha and Jody Brooks, '
Kennedy. nedy's memory "with distaste." night. students in the of !! : -.
College Edu
But President David I. di
lr D. Hen- He declined to comment .
.. .. He suggested that Kennedy may cation of the University of Flaridayr
_. s yS ", at a meeting of the school'sward have been assassinated becausehe rectly on the trustees' action, A gospel sing featuring the

Ai of trustees Wednesday, had ceased to be useful to I saying the"issue was never a Waymaker' Quartet and! other f

< greed with the board that the Communist matter of academic: freedom.It On Saturday morning there local singers will be held Sat

i i ..-.. classics professor's attack on a conspiracy. i was, he said, "a questionof will be Story Hour for children urday night by the Oak Hill I

I I II The trustees refused to act my right as a private citizenof fror" to 11 at the library from Baptist Church at 800 NF 40th I
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I : .. Tourist RobbedAt I against Oliver when they ac- the United States to state 10:: to 11:30.. Judy Block Ave. The public event wiH startat

facts and draw conclusions. and Goddard members Z
I Lucy 7:30 p.m.
I I .. %\"', ShigeyuM RE: Estate Seklguchl of It's that Huppy Time of the Y ar I

;,4si.>{' An Illinois tourist lost $250 in Deceased. I
.i To All Whom It May Concern:
.. -* camera equipment to theives Notice Is hereby given that William .
TheSe Blue Wave majorettes will be going all out for honors at Saturday's who broke into his C. Andrews filed his final report as io -

\t C District Band Contest at P. K. Yonge High SchooL They are: back row, left to the Holiday Inn parking car parkedin lot kl Administrator SeklguchL of deceased the estate that of he Shlgeyu-filed .bpj r

right, Sandra Saddler, Robin Richards, Joan Hindman, Janice Stone, Carol Taylor yesterday his petition for final discharge and that r BW.aIUl&R i
morning. he will apply to the Honorable H. H. -" -- ,.- +
\, ,. Linda .Lastinger, Susan Erb, Shirley Beazley. Front row: Co-heads, Mar- Missing is a camera case, a McDonald County, Judge of Alachua '_ ..
County Florida on the 10th day of / .
teen Layfield and "Cynthia Babers.
Polaroid color camera, a flash April. 19&4 for approval of same and

assembly and 20 rolls of film. the for final estate discharge of Shigeyukl as Administrator Seklguchl de of r

The victim was Dr. Henry C. ceased on this day of March 1964.

21 High School l Bands Sauer, Fairbury, HI. William Administrator Shigeyukl C.Seklguchl Andrews of the deceased estate of H'S"

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. (3138) 3:5, 12. 1f, 26

For District Meet FLORIDA Estate.. deceased of JOHN DUDLEY REEVES.JR. I r-
Expected The State of Florida To All Persons I Electrical

dent Interested: In the Estate of said Dece America9 8 Headquarters -= '

You are hereby notified that a writ- -- -- ---

High school bands from a Contest at P. K. Yonge Laboratory years, is sponsored by the Florida ten Last Instrument Will and Testament purporting of to said be decedent the Hundredsof -

nine-county area will participate School Saturday. Bandmasters Assn. under has been admitted to probate In Home Heating F for Hundreds and
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in the District BandPlants the supervision of the Florida said You Court.are hereby commanded withIn Commercial r ,r-
About 21 bands are expected, Residential
six calendar months from the date
School Activities Assn.
for the all-day contest which High I of the first publication of this noticeto Industrial 1 Candies* Toys

ProsperLOUISVILLE will have everything from soloesto appear In said Court and show CALL t ;
LEGAL NOTICE cause. If any you can why the actionof .
marching bands competingfor The University of Florida will receive probate said Court should In not admitting stand said unrevoked.Will to C. P.. Dressier j, :.. P rty600dies W.L I
bids for the general class of commodities 1 f
Ky. (AP-The honors. as indicated below. Interest H. H. MCDONALD, county .
smoking-health scare appeareda ed bidders may obtain forms, specifications Judge. Electrical Contractor I
The meet starts Saturday and other information by contacting Alachua County. Florida
forgotten item today in Louisville's the Purchasing Division. Room By -, Clerk. Phone FR 6-6193 !
morning in the P. K. Yonge 106. Tigert Hall. University of Florida (Seal/) i itt0't.MtC" aa
cigarette 'industry. Gainesville. Florida. First publication on March 12 I'M 910 N.W. 4tk SG iI s
P. Lorillard and Philip Morris auditorium. Saturday night 64-Meat and Staples bids open every _(3158)_3:12. 19. 261 4: 2 __ I

10:00UHospltal ,
reported plants on a five-day the marching bands will compete Tuesday Supplies bids open every @..r: >,\o ,

week while Brown and Williamson at Citizens Field. Admis- 44-34 Monday- Prefab 3:00 Steel Building includIng ,t "' a. \;.

Tobacco Co. said its opera- sion to the marching band COM- 64-35 -erection School 11:00 Furniture April 2,2:00 1964 April Easter Baskets a' c

tion called for a nine-hour, or petition will be $1. ?. 19" }4 ,r,_
64-23A Tank Hoist 2:30 April 2, 1964T. '"fA
; one-hour overtime schedule on The meet, the first of its kind N. WELLS Made .a .

a five-day week. to be held here in several (3175) 3:19.Director 26 of Purchasing .. Specially
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I IN THE COURT- OF THE COUNTY,I I to Please Children '

ALBERT re: Estate J. HIGGINS of 1 1 ?; '. t
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Deceased. E 7
To All Creditors'and Persons having ,
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate ?
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You and each, of you are hereby notified HP.M. I evIl } )
and required to present any .j <,
claims and demands which you. or
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either of you. may have against the to
estate of ALB5RT J. HIGGINS. deceased 1
late of said County to the. .h \ .
County Judge of Alachua County. FlorIda food 9S
I' at his office In the court house of 4
said County at Gainesville Florida P. '+
within six calendar months from the L ti
time of the'first publication of this notice. _
Each claim or demand shall be ; x,, ..
hi writing,-and shall state the place of shop SUNDAY TOO I IIi 1 r 9 <4 .F d.. a
residence and 'post office address of s'Il= / Preltiierthanevermaap baskets in
the claimant and shall be sworn to by REGe I
the claimant his agent or attorney 3228 N.W. 13th STREET a( E shapes and sizes.to. delight
and any such claim or demand not pp / s I
to flied shall be void.S ; M / ,, your child. The traditional way .
Annie L. Higgins VALUEI to offer holiday treats and fun. > ,
As administratrix- the Es- Easter Specials March 20-29 :Kr
} deceasedKarlene r= = jif
C. Hussey
11 West'University Avenue 4CQy 1

I Attorney Gainesville for Florida Administratrix 3 DOZ. EGGS Grade 89 w." ,
First publication March 19, 1944. nwr .
13174) 3:19. 24; 4:1. 9 Small ADUKE'S .i.; ..2 1 f .t ",z,9z,.,
The university"of' Florida will receive 4ffi :t
bids tor the general of commodities s 1"
t as Indicated below. Interested p2" .;d.
bidders may obtain forms, specifications Mayonnaise .
and other Information by con X64.,
tacting the Purchasing Division I I/ + / I r 7 k.
Room 106. Tigert Hall. University of .: H px .
Florida, Gainesville. Florida. ,
.4 Meat and Staples. bids. open ev -- ood'PliQNF4 O" ';,,t41r1iFt.Y: .v Hi': 1. '

U ery=Tuesday Hospital 10:00 Supplies bids open every f#; tV k.rr;;:: J..".NaX4'R....._,.D':>",r..:",:-.".;'..'iNd"...""F 'Q. ..,..,..NK'yDww M.:',;#.1fJ.ral''' 'J}\:'YI'f SA.' !: .. / N '
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..April 2. 164 BEERPlus s ,r .
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U 11Gainesville Sun Thursday, March ,19, 1964 ,,- -- ------

j{ "A Calendar Of Events DID "

-- -. ID f El n) ODD Brides'

.'MIaT March 19e Obligation Night, 8 p.m., .Masonic Soil Conservation Service BookTODAY
:: of Women Voters Temple. Wives Club,.10 a.m., Mrs. Rob- decrees -
St. Theresa's Circle of St. Pa- Gainesville Library Advisory _
Ii JHtua1 Meeting, 7:30 '
p.m. : '
Guaranty Federal Savings and trick's Church, 8 p.m., 'Mrs. Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville Pub- THE f fflhL11L9 March 19 MANNEQUIN agrees
Loan Association Building, 220 James F. Collins, 3825 SW 5th lic Library.
North Main Street Place. Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 Post nuptial tea honoring i

:Auxiliary of Veterans of For University of Florida Agricul--p. m., Mrs. Margaret Goggins, Mrs. Theodore Mackie Barber -

eign Wars, 8 p.m., Post Home, tural Women's Club, Tea 3 to 4024 NW 15th Street. Ruth Weimer ..Women's Editor > the former Miss Frances I
Waldo Road.Gainesville. 5 p.m., Mrs. J. R. Beckenbach, Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p. m., Kirkpatrick, 4 to 5:30 p. m., -. .
Chapter 44, OES, 2126 NW 11th Avenue. Miss Caroline Ferguson, 1326 :Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. Har i- :
= NE 14th Terrace. ry Norton at the Norton home, % f\ i ii# -.. ,-- .

... FRIDAY, March 20 Student Art Shown 1704 NW 12th Road. : ____ _
SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE United Church Women, 10 Luncheon feting Miss Anne ? '

a.m., Holy Trinity Episcopal Purvis, bride-elect of Billie Nu .
Church, preceeded by executive For Easter SealsBy gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- -,... .- -o'- 0 -
board meeting, 9 a.m.
12:30 p.m., Mrs. J. N.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 LINDA LISTON Chinese inks for several pic Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Charles

a. m.,,Holiday Inn. Student art will be shown for tures. Hyde, at the Anderson home,
Gainesville Woman's C 1 u b, GoKview
Bridge Party, 1:30 p.m., Club Easter Seals Sunday at the Sec- A Japanese-American beauty,
r house. ond Annual Flavet m Art Show. Meiko Van Heiningen, will show FRIDAY, March 20 \
Gainesville Horse Show, 1:30 I her watercolors of children. India
Flavet m, a village of 438 Dinner to compliment Miss
Ao and 7:30 pjn., Waldo Road will also be represented at \\.Lf
Show Grounds. University student families, will the show with watercolors by Anne Purvis, bride-elect of
present almost 100 creative Sheila Malik of Bombay. Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of ,
s Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. krC
works to the Gainesville publicon
Most Villagers showing worksare
Grier Kirkpatrick and Mr. and ,
'Til 9 Select Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. KK -
Open Friday p.m. your new not professionals, althougha rtrs. Harry Duncan, 6:30 p.m., 1w
The North-central Florida chapter -
SPRING FABRICS few have participated in other Kirkpatirck home, 1023 SW 21st
\ for your crt of the Easter Seal Society shows in the Gainesville area. Avenue, Kirkwood.
0 will benefit from donations solicited -
Art majors don't have a corneron
.1 EASTER SHOPPING! CONVENIENCE SINGERTouch at the show. the show's displays. Student Post nuptial luncheon for Mrs.Theodore .

IIj' Exhibits will be housed in the chemists, engineers, account- [ Mackie Barber, the
r -- Florida National Bank building.The ants, psychologists, linguists and former Miss Frances Kirkpatrick $13.00

site was donated, courtesy, teachers have proven an apti- 1 p.m., Mrs. William Steck-
: :: of the bank. tude for art too. ert and Miss Carol Sleek-
..' '. .,.. _41i I Art is a family affair for several -ert, Holiday Inn. Create a new classic mood
i 1 Art takes on an International couples. One husbandwifeteam
flavor at the show with works Jim and Jo Palmer, feature -, ADVERTISEMENT'FlOWER with Etude!
I.i 'ill 2yo1UlAfj: from several lands. original decor for their
'I,'; low-rent campus h o u s ingthey've A pump of basic Importance with new Interest In

.i I Yvonne Living had in a Sudan chance recently to study, almost wallpapered GARDEN Mannequin's handsome Etude of soft, unlined calf

I the characteristic features of their apartment with oil paint PRINTS NOW skin. Count on It for all 'round eauty...it creates a

I 0 the Sudanese she pictures ings. Several will be shown Sun fashionable foundation for your entire wardrobe! In

;tiJ J them in both oils and mosaics.A day.The ON TERRYOne patent and favorite calfskin colors-mid and high
show was originally plan-
heels. B-L SHOE DEPT.
Cuban wife, Marie Vanzant, ned to provide a cultural activ- of the newest fashion
will show a tiger leaping from a ity for the Flavet m women's trends in terry cloth is all]
I I-In A A background of silk. She's also club, Trivettes, who is organ- over floral prints. Combined
v I UV-V.l painted a landscape oil and usus izing the show. with pastel solids, this is a
; : : trend away from the bright
: seascape of yesteryear. I IGi1ber

1,000 Fabrics has seen thi:
trend and are planning large! USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE K
an extended tripto Mrs. James Price of Gaines-
selections of floral terrys
the'British Isles and a stayin ville.' Mrs. Mattie Loa Mor- with.solids at reasonable

1fvut New Jersey, Miss Patty ris, also of Gainesville, is the prices. These are available -

Sheldon has returned home. paternal grandmother. at your local Gilberg's store
Sun Want Ads Get Results
I The
Morrises also have a
She was accompanied by her I
.. at 109 W. University
.. cousin, Mrs. Lillian Curley of second son, Carl, who is one

i Trenton, N. J., who will remain year old. I I
in Gainesville several
weeks. Mrs. Johnnie Turner re- ,
turned recently from New
.. :Miss Sheldon visited her York, where she took special
brother, John Sheldon, and -PItt
training in merchandising P4t&3t
.r. family and her sister, Mrs. and cosmetic techniquesat
Annie Richards in Stafford.
the Viviane Woodard CosmetiCs
V shire, England, and friendsin
Academy in New York.

l : ing London the three and months Edinburgh she dur-was Mrs.ing director Turner,for local the firm distribut-, has always from franklins .

.. abroad. opened a downtown studio. a
.r. o -
.. Capt..Marcus A. Conant arrived Home for a week is Airman Lights and brights, solids and prints in lovely profusion
yesterday to visit his Second Class Donald F. Da- 4 go and glow for Easter. See colors in full
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus vis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- e bloom,* in our excellent collection featuring all. the

.. '. I.I Conant. Captain Conant, a mond M. Davis. He was grad- r soft feminine shapes, and exciting textures of. .the.
with the U.s.
: C flight surgeon uated March 5 from Language ,. season, pretty for parading.jmnklin's. .
I Air Forces, has been stationedin School
Guam with the 863rd Medi
where he specialized in Chin.
cal Group since December,
ese. En route home, he
l 1963. His new assignment will in Philadelphia to attenda "ifpwn t
be at Eglin Field, Fort Wal .
ton. wedding of a classmate. li3oUe e hp
w V Friday evening, his brother -
R. M. Davis Jr., and Mrs.
Announcement of the birthof Davis
I -- a son, Kevin Edward Mor- buffet will entertain with a Free Parking In Rear
supper at their home'preceeding
I ris has been made Mr.
by the evening performance 401 W. University Avenue Dial FR 2.4606
and Mrs. W. M. "Bill" Mor-
of the Horse
ris of Largo. Mrs. Morris, is I
the former Miss Kathryn -
Price, daughter of Mr. and I

of the Orient in a side- Sidney Lanier
:. fastened dress with contrasting J\\ a-
binding, buttons and button Y :. z PTAToMeet
: holes. Colors: Mocha Pistachio a ,ar
., Green Lampl!, Line I la. ; Girl Scout Troop 467 will con- b
: 12.99 w duct the flag ceremony openingthe

I Sizes 10 to 20 r, Sidney Lanier PTA meetingthis f
... ,,". r evening at 8 o'clock in the 'VTR

.. .. school cafeteria. Baby sitting
service will be available.
Speaker for the meeting will

be W. S. 4Tiny" Talbot, who
will discuss the topic, "Surveying -
the School Curriculum."

Mrs. Jack Lewis, Girl Scout
organizer for Sidney Lanier

will be present to register girls i
.vi for next year.

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WINNERS New way to use cabling twin- tN Y

ed around the neck and fly BLACK or BROWN

front of a slender dress. CALFSKIN

Saturday-March EDNA ROBERTS 14 Colors of flax and navy are in step with the A to D Widths
Ave.Gainesville. Sizes'SYz ..to,4
723 N W. 8th
Fla. Sizes 10 to 20liZ'z. f..aMOfWlI $7.99
to 22h and
/ Monday-March 16
LOIS $8.99
1826 N.W.NEILL.err.. America's Finest Fitting Shoes for Children

Gainesville. Fla. .
., Tuesday-March 17 ..".
CLARICE ANDERSON -" -.. ,..! 'f- you'll be SUSAN Proper fit begins with
319 N.E. 6th Aver *
enjoyingeven Jumpinc-Jacks exclusive snoj-ho g
Gainesville Fla. on WHITE PATENT heel...and ... i
into A 6D Widths store Jumping-Jacks widthsby to -' 4 ; Sizes 12 Y2 to 4 each sue.Shoes may be fitted a little long : t :,.
summer! $8.50 ...bat it'.important that the width Trn /-t
Beautiful .; b new arrivals : '....... :..
-'. ....... AS LONG AS THEY'RE GROWING .::
... ,...... daily. Come KEEP THEM IN JUMPINGJACKS.r
.- in tomorrow
... ;".':- and make MANY OTHER STYLES Free Parking en 1st Federal Lot

Y f your selections. }

: OPEN ,

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'T IL9 P.M. NESVIItF ,, .
: 1302 Silmizjt1 !;
: 1-L CHARGE CENTRAL CHARGE LAY-AWAY j 22S'W.. Univ. Are $6.50 to $8.50 according to size 102 W. UNJV. AYE. .


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Thursday, March 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun H i
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When both hands are busy youcan't
; : work with one hand and BrIdgeClub :
reach for anything with the DRUGSTORES
Many persons feel that smokIng -
(AJWd 1 is relaxing. If you have decided ,
to cut down or out, then
.. keep: your knitting needles and
by the cigarette box and
\ iloSE"NE yam unwind with a ball of yarn in- Mrs. L. E. Grinter and,Mrs.;I 1028 N. Main St., Gainesville Shopping Center
stead of a puff. Take your knitting W. D. Macdonald won top hon-i
with you whenever possible.I ors in the North-South field at: McCollum, 1124 W. University-Gresham, 12 W. Univ. Aver!

LInstead OWM4M who know knit lots when of attractive they are dommy women the Monday of the Gainesville evening tournament Bridge-i' 13 Pharmacy, 1522 13th St. MeCollum, 1324 E. University '

at bridge, or when they go fora Club with 110% match points. '-'
gab session with the girls or!There were nine and one half Fountain Feature 'WUW/f.JW! LAST 3 DAYS!
drop by to call on someone.Thisis tables in play and the average REXALL'SDOLLAR
I of Cigarettes a definite help, whether you score for North-South playerswas FISHDINNER :
are cutting down on smokingor 96, East-West 85V4. DISCOUNT
Reach For Substitute reducing._ Mrs. E. R. Woodward and i .
For years doctors nave recom- DAYS
L. H. Robbins were close run- -
Reach for the knitting needles!I for a cigarette just out of habit,!mended knitting and similar ners-up with 109%, followed -,:' COLE SLAW :
This Is a suggestion from the' or for somethingjo do with their crafts as a soothing and bene- by Mrs. R. .W Bryan and, FRENCH FRIES SALE!
, National Hand Knitting Yarn hands, when they a cSS doa' ficial anti-tension therapy for D. W. Bowman with 102, and,
Association, the educational want the smoke at all. I folks. Such hob, 2 1.00
arm highly nervous '
writer' f Sale Ends
, of 'Dr. A. S. Rao and the : FOR Saturday
the yarncraft hobby industry If you observe you will note bies are also emotionally rewarding -with 96. { As Seen in
Reach for the knitting needles that people who knit, crochet, because the individual .
, Mrs. Daniel Scarritt and /.. \ .
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if FomRI1.1isASAT.to :
, you are trying to cut out or hook rugs or work on needle- is creating something lovely. THURS.r :-- ltM DilllJl.
Mrs. R. A. Scrafford tied with \\\
cut down : S
on smoking. I think point, carry on a conversationwhile Perhaps it may help you
this is excellent advice and practical working, but only once in cut down on smoking if that is Mrs. R. L. Bowman and Ian 8 P.M. REG. $2.00REXALL
I help. Heavy smokers are a while stop to light a cigarette your goal. T. Gilson for first place East-:
I usually nervous or high-strung or pick up a snack. But those If you would like to have West with 98%. Third place .
individuals and knitting is re- who have nothing to do with my long list of Hobbies senda went to Mrs. E. N. Edris and HOMEPERMANENT
'I I laxing.Also smoking is, to some their hands will frequently punc- stamped, self-addressed envelope Mrs. Jules Wetekamm with I' $7.99 VAIUEI, quart
l, extent, a mechanical habit. tuate their conversation by with your request for 95%, and fourth to Mrs. W. T. pOLDING M NUM y ____ 28
All those who have ever smoked -"lighting up" or popping some- leaflet number 66 to Josephine I Zeanah and Mrs. E. D. Math- FOR ALL TYPES
,: know that they often reach thing to eat into their mouths. Lowman in care of this paper. ews with 902. CHb FOAM OF HAIR, .
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j I attempt to cut down dummy's too late for the defense to es-

! Collins Asks Withdrawal -I (c) New York t1mft ruffing power, a plan foredoomed tablish club tricks. South had THE IOLD NEW LOOK !N LOVE AND SUSHJyOBINSOI.

\ BridgePsychic By to failure. North has to play the trump entries he needed to '
Of Advertisements ALAN TRUSCOTTcaused I skillfuly to make his contract ruff out West's diamond ace and

I ; Whisky after this helpful opening. He discard both club losers from
disbelieve the
bids are rare in East to
won the first trick in dummyand \

I : Ntm Vnrl tmt top-flight competition, but one evidence of his own. eyes ran the diamond nine. This li dummy.The .

'NEW YORK succeeded in the deal shown.An East's redouble was a doubtful lost to the jack, but it was then contract was thus made
LeRoy Collins I

president of the National impudent bid by North action: with a hand'suited,,

to attack rather than defensehe i
,'Association of Broadcasters, ,44 would have been wiser to!

appealed to radio station WQXB t1r' .6 bid his spades. As it was, North SUBURBIA DRIVE ml I1

to withdraw its acceptance a AKQ98732 made an attempt at camouflage' II A
whisky advertising after 10:31: + 9 by jumping ,to two spades at his _

o'clock in the evening. t1 + A65 next turn and succeeded sea N.W /, g f .

4 d WEST EAST sationally. East, naturally suspicious U. S. 441 l'/2 Miles North,, of University
The, station which is ownet asked South what the

by the New York Times, decileed : 4 854 4 KQJ1032 bid ,meant. South quite innocently WEDNESDAY thru SATURDAY '

n .5 that North held:
:to reconsider and defende
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policy on hard liquc. MMER
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commercials over the air. I ... The West Ever Saw = .1A
(D) West's trump lead was anLAST ;"
'Collins said that the WQXR I 'i *N. PANAVJS10N..+tfUiTROCeiC s-
4 97 x. lFEATURES
threatened undermine
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',"The broadcast advertising Lr..ltur UVLUUNS I South West North East 2400 ..}levee Roar Pt.2e Fl:5Ol \

media have an influence which 'Not in Public Interest' Pass 1 4 Dbl. Redble. TIMESOpen TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION 4oiNo. >

Is certain to increase consumption I 1 V Pass 2. Pass ,.is_ .u.maunsn For every man, woman and child in ''the ;.United
of hard liquor," Collins said. 'plauded the move, but stressed i2 N.T. Pass 4V 54 See Both 6:30.Late Show As at 8:55 7:00 2 HERO'S ISLAND States, there are roughly two classified :ads 'published -

That is not in the public that they would stick with wine Dbl Pass 5. Pass I FIRST RUN Also Cartoon in newspapers. Every'year, newspapers run .

Pass Pass.8:15Tonite ROBERT MITCHUM __ ___ __ more than 300,000,000 classified ads.
Interest or in the public good. and beer commercials.The MAN IN THE MIDDLEHIT H !

WQXR general Elliott American Broadcasting NO. 2 8:55
G.H.S. Aud.IIEcuador's ( y 3 SHOWS 2:45
M. Sanger said he told Company, Columbia Broadcasting -

Collins that the decision had System and National Broadcasting Enchanted Isles"A TAKE HER COLOR SHE'S MINE ENDS SAT. 5 'u 1J sao .9:00 !

been reached only after exten- Company said they rare color-movie of the STARTS FRIDAYBob ACADEMY AWARD
would adhere the Galapagos Islands and their rom Husron :
sive study and that precautions to provision
Hope NOMINATIONS ..... ,
Inhabitants. TONITE ONLY .J.... .....
would be taken to avoid any in the N.A.B. code rejecting "A GLOBAL AFFAIR" i

reflections on either the broadcast hard liquor advertising.IN I

or liquor
WQXR policy,
came known on Tuesday night, ..

both waS'Several praise greeted local and in broadcasters New criticism.York with ap- ,ASSOCIATION vs.EARL MARY FEDERAL ASSOCIATION T.Defendants.Plaintiff L. NOLAN NOLAN NATIONAL, ,a ,corporation.,a and corporation.wife MORTGAGE, SJT*sl f 1 FRIDAY ONL I Y .9 A. M. 'IlL 9 P. M

I No. 11863 Z
his wlft., Address Unknown
Plaintiffs You are hereby notified that a suit
JtI- In equity has been brought against !
et tux, et at, MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, a cor- SAVEI
Defendants. poration In the Circuit Court, Eighth I IN
NOTICE TO DEFEND Judicial Circuit In and for Alachua
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: County, Florida and you are hereby
Barbara Ruth Tew Young and her summoned, ordered and required tofile
husband Frank R. Young. Alton Henry \aC
your written answer or defen- '
Tew, Earl Mullins Tew, Ruth T. Story sn to the Amended Complaint filed ;,
and per husband Howard K. Story, and herein against you in the above entitled UPTOANDOVER1C; '
the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees cause in the office of the Clerk ofthe ,
assignees, tenors, creditors other I
or Circuit Court in and for Alachua ,
persons claiming by, through, under or ounty.. Florida. in his office in the
gainst Kate Henry Tew, deceased. Courthouse In Gainesville, Florida onor
You and each of you are hereby severally before the 27th day of March, A.D. 2'C
notified that Paul J. Tew and 964, and to serve a copy of such answer -
'Helen A. Tew, his wife have filed their or defenses upon Gray Chand- tALL
sworn Complaint In the Circuit Court ter I O'Neal, Carlisle & Avera, Plaintiffs z
of Alachua County, Florida, against you attorneys herein whose address MERCHANDISE IN OUR MAIN STORE
and each of you as Defendants, seek. Is P. O. Box 44, Gainesville Florida
ing to determine the Interest of the on or before said date as required bythe
Plaintiffs and Defendants named In the laws of Florida. If you fail to do W fY ,
above cause In the following described SQ, a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered NO CARRYING CHARGE ON
property located In Alachua County against you for the relief demanded -
Florida, to wit: in the Amended Complaint.You OUR 90 DAY PLAN
All of Lots One, Two and Three (1, are further notified that the mature .... .. .
3, &" 3) of Block "A". Oak Park of said suit is a mortgage fore-
Subdivision, Plat In closure.It .
Plat Book "as 1.",per at Page 176 of: the is hereby orcere* that this orter OUT WITH THE "ODDS AND ENDS' SLIGHTLY DAMAGED FLOOR SAMPLES in order E
Public Records of Alachua County and notice shall! be published once aweeR 2
Florida. for four consecutive weeks Inthe make ,room for new merchandise, we must drastically cut prices on many items NOW IS THE dW
You are further notified that the
Gainesville Daily Sun a newspapr
return date of this Notice to DefendIs published in Gainesville, Alachua TIME FOR: YOU TO BUY home furnishings, bedding, carpet and much more CHECK YOUR
196t. You shall be- ,
April 6 on or County Florida tnd having a general
fore said date serve a copy of your circulation in Alachua County. Flori- SAVINGS! Don't miss this SALE!. QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED SO SHOP EARLY FOR BEST .
defense If ony upon Lowry and An-
drews, Attorneys for Plaintiffs whose da.WITNESS my hand a' Clerk: ofthe 2 SELECTIONS ;
address Is P. O. Box 390. Gainesville, said Circuit Court of Alachua County m .f .
Florida. and Immediately thereafter file Florida and *he seal of the said
the original of same In the office of Court at Gainesville Alachua Count/,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Florida, on this 25th day of February, _
above styled Court of Alachua County. A.D. 1964. z
Florida; otherwise a decree pro con- J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERKBy Bedroom -
'fesso will be entered against you. : Emily Waterhouse Suit es CHAIRS ROCKERS: ;
Suites ,
WITNESS one of the Honorable Cir Deputy Clerk Sofas & Sectionals DininoR00l11 wes
cuit Judges of the Eighth Judicial Cir (Court Seal) r t" AND RECLlNERl
cult of Florida, as well as the Clerkof (3122) 2:27; 3:5, 12. It

the Circuit Court all on this 3rd ......... %"
day of March A. D. 1944. z f
J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERKBy 'S. Ii! 49.95 Solid Maple! fullsize bed 1 H' .

Deputy: Emily Clerk Waterhouse r.tr.t & 199.00 extension 119.95 High, back modern chair, 95
(3137) 3:5, 12. n 26 kuk rubber I nd. 79
i txtsckqn -- r VinCIO antique choir, chino 0 ottoman, foam cushions N
brown white and gold double dresser, 16995 Z

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA .... ."" pJ" .. 229.00 Colonial sofa with attach- _- 95 Mirror, bed and chest 181.75 Colonial cherry' round 56,00 Modem barrel bock chair,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL COURT, .. .. reversable foam /f table and 4 3995ed N
INLAND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN . = arm pillows | tension mate purple upholstery
CHANCERY 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 rubber cushions 139.00 Walnut finish double QQ 95
CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND dresser, mirror, bed chest 77
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA Z 95 384.70 Italian Provincial oval 00 69.95 Mahogany platform rock
I 17900 I American i sofa by :
Early 1
authorized to do | Q
a corporation extension table, five side chairs, V7J 3995.
ers, tapestry c 0 ersdouble
business In the State of Florida, rr Fox-Solid maple exposed arms I I V 188.- -- walnut veneer arm chair, china *
Plaintiff, dresser, mirror 90 "
vs panel bed, 1
FRED T. MINTER MARY\ JANE a Vy1 389.00 Traditional loose pillow night stand 179.00 Buffet and hutch in 149.00 Barcalounger recliner, i"
MrNTER. JOSEPH E. GUM and 27995 'ful bea12900 9995" Z
maple by -
MAE .D. GUM. bock sofa-92" long 24Q.80 Modern walnut finished 47" wide nylon & vinyl C'
Defendants. ,
H triple dresser .'
Mortgage ForeclosureCase vi mirror king-size ,
NoNOTICE 349.00 Modern sofa by Craft AJA95 bed with swinging' frames, and TOO QQ 469.70 Bassett Chimney Corners 49.95 maple or mahogany "'-
OF SUIT Associates with builtin.end. tabJ LJ chest of drawers 1 77 44" round table extends to 80", will rockers colo3995 p
FLORIDA TO: les-loose pillow back 9ns.Qtr 2 arm chairs, 4 side chairs, 56" 349"00 9c
Modern .
FRED T. MINTER walnut I buffet with hutch -
3424 Natchez Avenue 349.00, Traditional, tufted back OO00 triple dresser with c'tp. 1 flQ'S top 19.95 maple or mahogany finished .
f 1695
Illinois '
Chicago.MARY JANE MINTER sofa by Pullman | 77 framed mirror and panel bed Boston rockers ela

Address JOSEPH Unknown E. and MAE D. GUM 249.00 Colonial solid cherry sli1 ZW
347 North Water Street 299.00-92" loose pillow bock sofa QO95 ghtly| damaged double drsse-

Milwaukee Yov are 2.hereby Wisconsin notified that a suit tr contemporary style on castors I O7 framed plate mirror, spindle bed CO95 Living Room Tables
In equity has been brought against E chest of drawers t"
Purpose :
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 348.00 Italian Provincial sofa f95
PHILADELPHIA, a corporation authorized and chair with antique white I Q f -
to do business' In the State of
34.95 Modern gloss
Florida, In the Circuit Court Eighth fromes-both pieces .MATTRESS SPRINGS 1995
Judicial Circuit in and for Alachua I end tables and coffee toble
County Florida, and you are hereby I 299.00 80" skirted contemporary 00 AND SETS
summoned ordered and required to sofa with reversable foc.m' rube, I */V 119.95 SIMMONS >msh 95 ? '
file .your written answer or defenses: 29.95 Modern walnut formicatop
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SUN with
to the Complaint filed herein Your :: ber bock and seat cushions coffee table 2195 tion beautyrest construe99 e i

against cause In_ you the Office in the of the above Clerk entitled of the Carrier IsCounting 288.00 Modern loose cushion back 95 Simmons twin sets-you get both Mf95fiQ ss r" OJ II
Circuit Court in and for Alachua 2 sofa and matching Chair-both \ mattress and box spring only f j 139.00. SIMMONS plastic, sofa. ,
19.95 Walnut I plastic I top 95
County. Florida, In his office In the :) beds-beige, green or turquoise 1 0995 .
Courthouse In Gainesville Florida on OnYOU pieces table (1 only) 12 1
or before the 27th day of March. A.D. maple twin size head- 4
In 1964 .and to serve a copy of such 189.00 Modem sofa-reversabe! board and 19 95 1
: AQV9 metal framenn 219.00 Simmons
Hide-A-Bed +
answer or defenses upon Gray foam rubber seat cushions ,
Chandler. O'Neal. Carlisle & Avera. opens to sleep two-Scotchguorded 19 995
Plaintiffs attorneys herein, whose ad. Z
dress Is P. O. Box 44. Gainesville, W 139.95 Spring Air Meadowlane -- I
Florida 'on or before said date as required ae 399.00 curved comer sectional mattress and 95
by the laws of Florida. If you Don't forget your SUN with bumper, ends nylon upholstery 299 full' matching. bo' 99 Miscellaneous Items 339.50 Contemporary Simmons to I
size set
fail -to do so, a Decree Pro Confessowill CARRIER when he stops hfde-a-bed in Scotch'guarded mat 26995
be entered for the
against you re.Ilet'demanded
In the Complaint- by to collect this week! Zc 89.95 Simmons smooth top mat erial I
You are further notified that the nature 95 4
of said suit Is a mortgage fore- Just as you count on him tress and box spring 69 299.00' Simmons pastic hide-a

cl sur'. for delivery, he relies on --- ,- 2.49 Reversoble ail purpose throw bed; your choice of olive or beige: 23995 + j j
to him e
You are further notified that the nature you pay regularly. & rugs, 24 x 42 each 99eI29 +
Rugs Carpets i.W I
'of said suit Is a mortgage foreclosure As an independent busi- z .,

nessman he's eager to Lamps & Pictures
It J* hereby ordered that this order r 3.95 Reversable all purpose throw w
and notice shall be published succeed by paying his i 11 11rugs.
each 1
24 60
x -
Orlye'a' week for four
consecutive bills and
weeks In the Gainesville Daily Sun a earn- 2 "Maple House", Broadloom car- VIA 00 Metal Dinette Seta p
newspaper published In Gainesville ing his maximum profit. pet exclusive patterns 9x12_ | | y ,1
Alachua County. Florida and havinggeneral a rie'll appreciate your co regularly 149.50 ............. now 29.95 Modem & traditional 1 95 5.95. Reversoble all purpose throw I95 ,
in Alachua
/ .Florida.circulation County operation.Sun lamps, some odd, some in pairs 14II95 rugs 24 x 90 each .
139.00 12 x 17 rug one
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the carriers collect Thursday I only8800
laid. Circuit:; Court of Alachua County and now 19.95 wool braided hall runners 49.95 five piece dinette-exten-
!lorlda and the seal of the said Friday evening. 19.95 Modem 1495
Remind him W & traditional 1 23" x 138" sion table 44S
to sign "
your 501 lamps odds &
Court' at Gainesville Alachua County nylon carpet-or nyon ends
.- Florida on this 25th day of February receipt card when h ecolls. twist ten decorator colors Reg-
,':A.D. *". z ular 7.99 per sq. yd. your choice '5 99 95 29.95 framed mirrors modem 79.95 seven piece dinettes
..J. B. CARMICHAEL. CLERKBy now-only 6.95 boudoir lamps 2 pairs i brown X traditional or Early American 1495 le 36" x 48" extends to tob599g
Emily Waterhouse
Deputy CI rkCoud aiurMIifti SUt1

(3121)( 2 Seal:27;) 3:5. 12. 19 j 19.95 9 x 12 fiber rug now 95 Odd night stands, light walnut 795 109.00 seven piece dinette, wood- 95.
9.95Modem" table lamps 5 fmish- :loin top -,
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Regular 27c sea glass '
squares "
; W 95 119 00 42" round maple I dinette 9S N
Planning, Engineering I of only per s q. 19.95 Florentine poI lamps' 16 18.95 Urge pictures-Gold framed, '" ;: 995 table & 4 chairs plastic top 99 ? .

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t.: Those gremlins got loose again yesterday and for want of S a slight favorite Duke was .

: a missing (dropped) line high school basketball fans may be ,. :4s ; S conceded the experience, Michigan r'p ,
minor criticisms registered _, 4 and Kansas ":--.
l' a bit perplexed today over one of the S the manpower ( I

in this space concerning the recent state tourney. ; S5 : 44.fr S 3.fr State the darkhorse role todayas .S *

.. 'S S four teams arrived in Kansas
to read like this: .
The mixed up paragraph was supposed .5
,, City for the NCAA basketball
>ne is in regards to the placement the participating S SS semifinals.

I teams during the games. The high schoolers persist in sittingat L'/7 .'A '
late after-
; All'four scheduled ,
g ; 15 : _
S -: S. noon loosening up drills in Mu- .
nicipal Auditorium as their last ___- S ;

workouts before Friday night's : .

semifinals. The title game will Thursday, March 19, 1964

e S be played Saturday before a sell- _ _
out crowd of about 10,500 and a
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Harold Sherrill, Knoxville, Tenn., with Society Angel 3-gaited mare, and national television audience. -- .7

I Dewey Henderson riding. The semifinal pairings have :should be able to go full speed and the Big Ten co champiol

Michigan vs. Duke in the first ]Friday" Strack said. "It's not with a 22-4 over-all record

game and UCLA vs. Kansas I that serious." makes the most of its physic
r side-court near the scorer's table Instead of at the ends of Set TIn
28 Classes Today State in the second. strength in a powerful rebounding
tfie floor as do the Gators and visiting teams when a college Duke Coach Vie Bubas said None of the four teams ever game.

game is being played." ]has won the title and only Kan- "
he would close his workout to "Rebounding is our forte,

Makes more sense now doesn't It. the press and public for about :sas State has been in a championship -, Strack said. "We believe tha'

Horse Show OpenerTwentyeight 20 minutes, while the others ] game-in 1951 when it' rebounding wins most bal

Aaron to Miss MastersTommy scheduled open sessions."There's lost to Kentucky. games, and that's what we. d<

not much else you Duke was third last year. All best."

Aaron, one-time Gator golf star and now one of classes were on tour. Other shows were at Largo at; 10 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 can do now," Kansas State its starters played on that team. Duke, the nation's No. 3 than

the fastest-rising young pros, did not get invited to the Mas- the first day's program as the and Tampa. p.m. The Saturday night show I Coach Tex Winter said Wednes- "The experience should be and the Atlantic Coast Conference

ters tourney this year. This proved a shock to many Geor- annual Gainesville Horse Show Points scored here will deter will feature stake events. day. "If you aren't preparednow helpful," Bubas said. "They'vebeen champion, has a 25-4 marl

gians. got under way at the Waldo mine overall champions in many forget it." through this before and and one of the country's toj

'Unless one knows all the workings of how the Masters Road showgrounds.The divisions. Extra attraction at shows to- "We're as ready as we'll ever know what it's like. It should performers in backcourt mat

committee selects the field, it's complicated. Aaron has yet afternoon session, which The local show is cosponsoredby day and tomorrow and Saturday be," said John Wooden, coachof help us." Jeff Mullins, who has a 21

to"win a tourney this year or finish near the top and he was started at 1:30 p.m., had a dozen the Alachua Co. Riding Horse I will be the Victor Comptometer UCLA's top-ranked and unbeaten UCLA, which built its 28-0 record -scoring average. 'S

bypassed for more foreign stars and other rising young and tonight's program, which Association and the Gainesville Company's six-team pony hitch. Bruins. and No. 1 national rating on "We're primarily a runnin|
will begin at 7:30, has 16 listed. High School Activities Associa- and in "
American Only Michigan reported any speed passing, comes team, Bubas said.
pros. Saturday Jack Andrews and
Some 300 horses have been tion. Portion of the profits go to ,
ailments. Wolverine with the smallest team. No
physical Kansas State, the Big EigH
Aaron is taking it all in stride but his fans, and they are stabled at the Waldo Road the GHS group. mule Snowball will put on shows 6-feet-5.
with exhibitions the Coach Dave Strack said Sophomore Bruin starter is over champ, is the only unranke*
committee. for the There will be sessions tomor- along by
the Masters show windup
"mad" grounds
have a good against
.many Alachua Co. mounted backcourt ace Cazzie Rus- "We've learned to live with team in the field but has a 22-!
event on the 1964 Orange State row at 1:30 in the afternoon and posse.
sell still has some tenderness our lack of height, Wooden record, including 13 straightThe
: the Run *' Horse Show Circuit Association 7:30 at night and on Saturday
Caught on include Lee
Show judges Ship- around an ankle injured against said. "We make up for it by Wildcats offer a good zone

man, Buddy Black and Terry Purdue. quickness." defense, built around 7-foot Roger
J With good weather Saturday night, some 15,000 persons mayA
Wallace. A fine field of horsesare :
"But he's been resting it and Michigan, No. 2 in the nation Suttner.
watch the annual Orange and Blue game. Big alumni group Blue Runners here for the jumping events, -- -- -

due here for annual spring get-together and interest in 1964 always[ a crowd-pleaser, and :

I football is high isn't it always every year? there are top entrants for walking IN NIT TONIGHT'Happy'

1 Jay McCreary LSU basketball coach, had a busman's horses and three and five-

holiday at the Florida State cage meet last weekend. Mc- Orange Passers gaited classes.

Creary is relaxed what with leading scorer Dick Maile returning Admission price is $1 for

6-9 center George Wilson back, a 6-10 red-shirt coming adults and 50 cents for students. Vs. 'Biff FNEW

I up and two stellar players, 6-5 and 6-2 due off the fresh- Battle ,The Lions Club will operate the
; man team. '
concessions at the show. -

I The of Ocala which always Las been envied by Program for tonight, tomorrow YORK AP-It final
City I ( will be game. | "The Big I" is 6-8 Ira Hag

Gainesville sports fans for its wonderful football, baseball, copcaptained by Den-' Colson, Julian Johnson, Bob afternoon and 'tomorrow "Happy" vs. "The Big I" tonight "Happy" is Harold Hairston,1 from Detroit a similar top re

track, swimming complex, expects to expand now that a ref nis Murphy and Sydney Mac- Lyle; RE-Barry Brown Chip night: in the semifinals of the a 6-foot-7 ace rebounder and bounder and scorer who ha!

erendum has approved annexation of 10,000 more residents, Lean faces the Blue,' led by ,Smith. TONIGHT National Invitation college bas- scorer from Winston Salem,' been called the key of the clul
making the city's population a hefty 23,000. Plans call for one Bill Richbourg and Larry Du nSmith.
Jumpersopen ketball tournament as the NYU N.C. who has sparked the Violets that tied for the championshij
two In addition the Boston Red Sox in Saturday night's annual QB Bruce Bennett Mike Mc- Five Gaited-Junior
or more sports areas. pree Arabian Native Costume Violets tangle with the New to upset victories over Syr- of the Western Athletic Confer
who train their farm clubs in Ocala, are tinkering with moving spring football game at the Cann, Hal Seymour Kay Steph- alomino open Mexico Lobos. Army's upset acuse and DePaul in the NIT ence and beat Drake in 'ruesday's
Triple-A Seattle to the Marion Co. base.A University of Florida. enson; LHB-Alan Poe, Larry Walking Gaited HorsesmaresThree 15.2
over minded Cadets meet the Brad- after a disappointing regular quarter-finals.
I Each side will have 11 letter- Sammons Noel Wells; RHB- Roadster-open
long-range shot in the dark would be that Ocala might ley Braves in the other semi- season.Hoak's .
men off' last year's squad and Jack Harper, Jimmy Jordan, Green"Warking Hunters-under I saddle Their meeting in the firS
swing the major league Red Sox from Arizona. The.Bosox Five Gaited Mares
the game shapes up as a battle Butch Poland; FB-Larry Du-Walking Horse-junior game of a doubleheader expected
Arizona when their lease out in .
definitely are leaving runs
between the Blue running game pree, Steve Heidt, Don Knapp, Three Gaited-under 15.2 to draw a capacity 18,000
a few more years. If Ocala can provide the facilities and Local EquitationFine Future
and the Orange passing. Kick- Jim McClintock. Harness-ladies plus at Madison Square Garde
the Red Sox are willing to gamble on the touchy weather Walking Horses-stallion and geld
off is set for 8:15 p.m. Five Gaited-stallion and geld overshadows the second game
this far north In Florida during the spring, major league Jumpers-knock down and out
baseball may be closer than anyone thinks in the area. Squad division, as announcedby Blue Tomorrow Afternoon clash between Bradley and surprising
head coach Ray Graves is Orange, English Pleasure-17 and under Army. Bradley is I
Western Pleasure-17 and under 4'ARWATER
All of which reminds that the local city fathers threw a as follows: Morgan StakeAppaloosa Pending on heavy favorite while NYU-Ne

blanket over an offer from the New York Yankees five or Orange Have English Pleasure English-18 Pleasure and over Mexico generally is regarded a:

six years ago to train their farm clubs here provided a LE-Lynn Matthews, Neal Squads Fine Harness Amateur-adult a tossup.
saddle Fla. AP '
Working Hunter-under ( ) starts before but have played
$25,000 clubhouse was built with permission for integrating Sneed, Goerge Reihart, Al Ket- Pony RoadsteropenFive
Gaited-Junior Don Hoak wavered on the brinkof I myself out of it. Gene knew he Winners' Meet
player personnel. tles; LT-Dennis! Murphy, John Theme Three Gaited-Junior
Preston. Larrv Fairall. Tom SongsWhile Arabian Stake retirement during the long I had a good shot at finishing highso Tonight's winners will mete
Green Working Hunter Stake winter months before he decidedto I hit the bench. I was the forthe' championship in a na
Beckman Hunter Championship
Gravesly; LG-Larry Green Working .
Billy Joe James, Bill Holt, John. the Orange team Is Modified FEI Tomorrow Jumper Nigm give it one more try with the worst player in the league."I tionally televised game at ,
Cassius Blank I
Horton; C-Bill Carr, Roger Pet- "Running Wild" in Saturdaynight's .Palomino Fine Harness Championship Ponies Philadelphia Phillies."I think I can help this club. p.m., EST Saturday afternooi

tee, Bill Buda, Wayne Waldrip, annual University of !Three Gaited Amateur adult after the losers play for thir
I Florida spring football game, .Equltatlon-14 thr 17 thought maybe I could I always said I never would
RG-Jerry Anderson, Phil Mag- Appaloosa Costume make something to the Phil- hang around and be in place.
the Blue team will be "Sittingon .Five Gaited Pony Stake up any-
On Army StatusNEW gio, Bill Hyatt; RT-Sydney Top of the World." 'Fine Harness-lunior lies for getting me in a trade body's way and become a baseball Harge and his teammates
MacLean, J. D. Pasteris, Ben !Equitation-14 thru 17
bum. I don't have and I
:Roadster Amateur last year from Pittsburgh and to Claude Williams, Dick Ellis ant
Jones, Bill Hollar; RE-Charles At least that's the plan for- Three Gaited Ponies won't.
Walking Horse Amateur-adult the others who had faith in me, Mike Lucero who starred in th
YORK (AP) Cassiusli!:is increasingly metaphysical in !Casey, Paul Ewaldsen, Don Bar mulated by Gator band director I Five Gaited Amateur-adult said the veteran third baseman "It is all up to No. 4. Whatever -victory over Drake likely wil
rett John Coons, Allen Kelly. Dick Bowles who has chosen ,Working Hunter Stake
Clay claims he is "tuned in on .his conversation."I'm Ken Rus- Working Hunter Championship today. he decides to do. I respect get an acid test against NYU
QB-Steve Spurrier, these
two well-known tunes
as his
judgment although I don't always -
Lou Rossini the Violet coach
the future" but he admittedly sell, Jimmy Hall, Pat Willing- theme songs for the two squads Hoak says his future as a ball ,
the first to with him. I knew he
one predict.I'm agree said he would like to hoi.*
draws a blank when it comes to ham LHB Allen Trammell StartsIn see
; The Gator Band will offer Firing player depends on "No. 4. Thatis
tuned in on the future he was planning on giving the kid
the Lobos would fare if they fel
forecasting his status with the Baeszler Tom Tarbert
Marquis short musical program prior to the number of Gene Mauch
said. "I can see in a person's (Richie Allen) a shot at third. behind, which they never di<
Army. mind, what he's That's Luther White; RHB-Jerry Newcomer 8:15 kickoff time and the Ga- manager of the Phils. He had a fine record in the minors
thinking. Doral against Drake. He hopes 3iit
Dick Kirk, David Hiss; torettes will $$
perform during
Amid reports he had again because I walk with God I and he certainly deservesa
FB-Graham McKeel, John Fei- halftime "Don will get a chance to pull boys, Hairston, Barry Kramei
failed to pass the mental partof and talk with God." I program. himself out of bad said chance." and Stan McKenzie get an earl
her, Bud Williams, Steve Koe- Other features of the halftime a year, ]
his draft examinations, the On more mundane matters,I pke. show include presentation of Golf PlayMIAMI Mauch. "He will get his chance Hoak always has been knownas lead to put the pressure on .th

world heavyweight championsaid Clay[ talked of moving from Lou-II Blue the trophies to a Most Improved right down here in Florida." a battler. That is why he is visitors from Albuquerque. ;
Wednesday that he "had not isville to either New Yorkor known as "Tiger" to his mates. .
LE-Randy Jackson, Gary Back and Most Improved Line- FLA. AP) Firing Army is the sentimental favorite
been told, one way or the other. Chicago-"I need a big city;" Thomas, John Watson Lee man by head coach Ray started today in the $50,000 Do- Hoak, a fixture at third base Although he slumped to .231 off its upset triumph]

." of opening an office for "a national LangleyCharles Cummings; Graves, and introduction of the ral Open Golf Tournament and for four years including the pen compared to his .265 lifetime av over St. Bonaventure and Du

Official word from the Army youth fan club;" of business LT-Larry Gagner, John Thompson new Miss University of Florida. when it's all over Sunday any nant club of 1960, wants to play.I erage, it might be wise to hold quesne, but Tates Locke, the

,In Washington and Clay's draft with a large talent agency; David Story, Ben Dyer, Orange team, co-captained by one of many entries might step "I'm the youngest 'old' player: off on the obituary. Even as a Cadet coach, thinks Bradley: ii

board in Louisville was the and taxes. LG. Jim Benson, Jack Card, seniors Dennis Murphy and up and collect the $7,500 first in the league," said the 36yearold -: part time player, the Tiger may "the best team in the tourna

same: Charles Pippin, Sam Wilkes; C- Sidney MacLean, has been in. prize. Phil. "I admit I have lost a be the spark the Phils need. ment."

"The results have not been Gardner Gary Cliett, Ron Pursell, Max stalled as a slight favorite over step or two. I can't run like I Locke added, however, 'Jiu

disclosed." Bilinski, Pete Hahn, Dan Gifford -the Blues, captained by Bill With Arnold Palmer lastyear's used to. Who can? I played. a boys "have matured and ;31,
record winner SEC Teams
; RG:-Bill Richbourg, Char- Richbourg and Larry Dupree. money long time. have a chance" especially 1!
The 22-year-old champion les Gaussiran, Ronnie Canakaris This favorites' nod to the Orange suffering through a victory
Mike Silliman and
failed to his first mental Sets Pace the balance of Hitting Terrible sophomore
pass Scales drought, powerin
Earl RT
; Wally was accorded by Dupree.
exam two months ago in Coral the field of touring pros is Top Outside Joe Kosciusko play an inspired
Gables Fla. and in the game's histo. "Last year my hitting was just game like they did in the second
was given a the ,closest
terrible until the lasf month. For to
rematch last in Louis- Starke half against Duquesne.
Friday Florida ry.
the first few weeks I
played every -
High beat St. ol
ville. The Washington Post re OppositionBy Bradley Joseph's
When Bruce Devlin of Australia day but I couldn't get myself -
Philadelphia last Saturday in Hi
ported he also flunked the second I OCALA Tom Gardner won
untracked. I've had bad
the St. Petersburg
test, bringing negative re :the shot put, discus throw, 100- won THE ASSOCIATED PRESS only previous tournament game. 1
from the !yard dash and the win- Open last Sunday he became the The Braves, like New Mexico, !
sponses Clay, Pentagonand ran on Wins in TrackFlorida Three Southeastern Conference
13th winner in a string of 13
ning 880 drew a first round bye sirtca
the draft board. sprint medley relay Photo Contest teams saw baseball action
back the
tournaments dating to
Other Matters [ teams as Starke beat Ocala Wednesday and all three they were seeded second and

With Army talk disposed of, '77&-44H in a dual track meet High of Tallahasseewon PKY. :,:4. 1963 campaign.Al chalked up victories over out- fourth respectively. Top-seeedd

Clay turned to other pressing yesterday.Bowen a quadrangular track meetat 880 relay Florida High ( I Geiberger Frank Beard Going on Here side opponents. DePaul and third-seeded Du
matters: His next fight businessa won both hurdle events the University of Florida Kiirm Roache. Johnson); Perry; PKY. and Rex Baxter won the final Danny Neff rapped a two-run quesne have been eliminated

new home, and his "religion"the and the pole vault for the losing track yesterday. The Demons 1:35.5. three tournaments last year. Florida nature lovers and homer in the eighth inning to A

Black Muslims. Wildcats. to 61% forP. K. 440 dash Dietrich. FH Wynn shutter bugs may compete for: boost Tennessee over Jacksonville -
Results scored 98 points LW; Jackson, P; Cason FH; Egger. This year it has been Paul awards and honors in the Florida Starke Tops
"If the commissions.would let : Yonge. 49 for Perry and 34'i for PICY :52.1.130yard 6-4. Kentucky coasted by .
120 high hurdles Bowen 0; Seely. low hurdles. T. StAlnak. Harney at Los Angeles, Art Wilderness Photo Contest '
me I'd like to fight two out of S; no third place. U4. Lake Weir. ere PKY; Scherdin, FH; Shaw PJohnston ; Carson-Newnan of Jefferson City
100-yard dash :21.1 Wall Jr. at San Diego, Tony being sponsored by the Gainesville Brave Golfers
Gardner SCar
Term., 7-0, in a round-robin tour-
three Floyd Patterson, Doug non. 0; pau. S. :10.7 The Tallahassee runners won PKY; Adelberger. lW. Lema in the Bing Crosby, Juan Garden Club and the Ala-
Jones and Eddie Machen on 0;Mile Macrae run -S. 4:40.7880yard H. Lawson, S; DeLoach. nine,of the 14 events including P plc; ,,..Heirs.2:01.5. PKY; Paris. P; Jones Rodriguez in the Lucky Interna chua Audubon Society. Awards nament at Ft. Stewart, Ga. Auburn STARKE The Bradford Co.

the same night" the youthful relay Starke (Gardner an the ,relays.Rainwaters Spring medley relay-Florida High tional Jacobs at Palm $3000 will be presentedfor pushed across four runs.in High School golf team topped
Crawford Harper .Pass). 1:36044Oyard (Broome KIHln McCoy Whit, Tommy totaling
the eighth inning to defeat Hunt- Palatka 153-159 in 9-bole
champion said. I run Dugger. S; Barnes. of Perry took the PKY; Lake Weir. Z:08. Springs, Jack Nicklaus at Phoenix the best photographs illustrating a matchat '
0; Burnister 0. 55.0 220-yard dash Rainwaters. P Johnson ingdon of Montgomery 10-5. Palatka. .; .
"And let 100 and dash events ; ,
maybe they'll me. 220-yard at Tucson Ma- the value of
180-yard low hurdles Bowen. 0; FH; Koru. PKY; Brown FH; Jacky Cupit intangible
I'd have a better chance of los ,Leard. 0; Chiles. 0. :23.0 while Bob Scherdin of Florida Smith LW. -.3L5. Rudolph at New Orleans, Florida wilderness.A I' Tom Pritchard and Dooley Barry Firth of Starke and
(80 yard run T. Lawson Mile relay-Florida son
S High
; (Long. contributed hits
ing my title and a lot of people Brown. S; Joiner. 0. 2:06.7 High won the high hurdles, was 801 Harrison. FH; Strickland. Gary Player at Pensacola and Thompson two Chuck Ginn, Palatka, each had;
want to lose. I Spring medley relayS tar k e second in the lows and placedin Dietrech Sherdin. Harrison; Lake senior division open to both each to pace Tennessee over a 35 score for the 9 holes.
me :(Crews Gardner Dogger Pass). 2:06.1 Weir; PKY. 3:36.. Devlin at St. Petersburg. 1'1
"They're against me becauseof ,206.1 the broad jump.PKY's .' Shot put Ayer; FH Rainwate amateur' and professional pho- Jacksonville in the opening Other Tornado scores includeda
I 220-yard dash-Grimm. 0; Crews. P; Newberry PKY; Brown, FH for both schools. The )
my religion." S; Underwood 0; and NoegeU S (tit). lone win came from Steen. P.0 feet TV* Inches. ; tographers contains both black game 37 by Richard Hobbs, 40 )6y

The Black Muslims claim superiority -.:24.5 Mile relay Starke '(Crawford Tommy Stalnaker in the low Fitzpatrick Discus -PKY Brown.; Goolsby.FH; Ayer LW; New-FH: Meeting Set and white and color classes. A teams tangle again Thursday at Harold Bishop and 41 by Mike..

of the Negro and advocate Barnes. T. Lawson, Harper). 3:4.5 hurdles. berry. PKY. 14S feet 10 inches. junior division is open to young Jacksonville. Shepherd. ,

separation the races. Ellsperman Shot put-Gardner 0. 51 feet S;2V4 Phillips Inches S; Results: FH High; Nelson.lump-Granrham LW; Goolsby P,;LW Scherdi; Tah. All the city's junior high people not over 18 years,of age. Kentucky faces South Carolina For Palatka, Phil Rideout had

Discus, throw Gardner 3; Dowl- 120. yard high' hurdles Scherdin. ier. LW. 5 feet inches., schools will compete in a track Complete information is avail- in the second round of the 38, Robin Brinkley, 40; and
Clay is not as militant on the ing 5; Phillips S. 140 feet Inches FH; Killin. FH Johnston. PKY; Hinton Broad lump KIrkland, LW; T. Tru- .. j
High lump Cozad. 0; Pins Si-. PKY; Adelberger. LW. 15.' hub Koru. PKY; Rainwaters P; meet. at 4 p.m. today at P.K. able by contacting the Alachua Stewart tourney. The game- Ronnie Ferguson, 46.
subject as leaders of the move- Long. 0. 5 feet S inches 100-yard dash RAinwaters. P; $cherdmFH.. 19 feet fV4 inches. Lake
Pole Vault Yonge field. Howard Bishop, Audubon Society 1422 N.W..7th cocks downed Georgia Southern Starke will play at City I j
ment but he has Bowen. 0; Edwards Johnson. FH; Williams P; T.Stal. Pole VAult-Hamlln. FH; H. TruIU-
adopted a new 'S; Long .. 11 feet 434 inches ..naker PKY Klrkland. LW. .01.1. name-Muhammad All -and he! Broad 'Jump Chiles. 0; Harper S; Mile run-Agner. P; White FH; LW; tie: Johnston. PKY and Stratton,
I Crawford *. It feet a Inches. Kramer FH; Munderw PKY. Wells. LW; 10 feet 6 inches. will take part in the event. April 1, 1964. homer by Dick Moseley. match. 7 ;

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1 Gainesville Sun Thursday, MaR .1r, .,vtl 1t 1

l fir; I Stuart Loafs. in B Game I J i

!''I. By MURRAY mASS though he was waved around... Angeles Dodgers got eight innings 1 cago White Sox nipped Washington -

1 Associated Press Sports Writer "What do you expect?" Stuart of shutout pitching from 3-2. Hutu Semite Center

Dick Stuart, the American said angrily after the game Don Drysdale and Johnny Pod- Detroit handed St Louis its I .

' i League's comeback player of when someone remarked about res in beating Baltimore 31. .1.1I first loss in ,five games, 134.
1963, never will win any come- his performance. "That's as Milwaukee scored seven un-
back awards for controversy. He good as I'm going to be in that The New York Yakees earned runs off Camilo'Pascualand QUaU1Y CHARGE IT! BUDGET IT!

i is always on top in that department kind of a game. I thought I was drubbed Kansas City 9-4 as Joe defeated Minnesota 74. ,, OISCOUNS

\ :through with those games 10 I Pepitone slugged a grand slam Houston bombed Cincinnati. 9-2

; Boston's big first baseman got I years ago." home run. Hoyt Wilhelm hurled and the New York Mets whipped

off to a fast start in his title Red Sox Manager Johnny i three perfect innings as the Chi- Philadelphia 4-1 in 10 innings.

defense Wednesday with his per- Pesky, who reportedly has had

formance in the Red Sox' "B" differences of opinion with Stuart ,
I exhibition game against San before, called the slugger Attention Growers: I

Francisco. selfish for the "awful exhibi- 37

I Stuart, miffed at being relegated -tion" he put on in Boston's 3-1 ANAGRICULTURAL ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO HOURWAREHOUSE

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I jogged to first base twice on Pesky, who used his regularsin I ,

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score from second on a two-out rookies against the Chicago

Ground single to right field even Cubs in the regular game in the Seed
is brand modern Kilgore
now a new.
afternoon, said he hadn't talked
II I I with Stuart about the per- Company store in Alachua Florida. The location is

: J. M. FIELDS formance.
."Deliberate""I just east of the city limits on the north side of Highway -
did it deliberately," the: 441.
; Jewelry Dept. Specials manager said. I wanted to wait

LoyAwayt & until tomorrow (Thursday) after This store specializes in top-grade products and

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service in:
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havior. And if he and I don't ? '
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selection In the South. Save IVs see things the right way, then

and.* our moro ontiro of factory stock of list Waltham prices, I(general manager) Mike Higgins Custom Applications Herbicides .
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I Hamilton Helbro and many Seeds
other famous watches. "I thought the regulars would' Fertilizers ;:

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he thinks playing in a "B" The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision
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Thursday, March 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun y -

i I Thomas 'Most Interesting' a Strong Warriors Crowned :

'-""" Western
t Division Champs
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) PenneL sistent triple jumper, though forma, at his best when berthson "

Four years ago John Thomas Boston, the 1960 gold medalist, like his countrymen ,in this U.s. teams are at stake. -, -

went to the Olympics as the has remained the world's top event, is not quite up to top John Uelses, Jeff Chase Dave By JACK STEVENSON' ,- .,
"cinch"' high jump winner and competitive broad jumper despite -world class. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-"We ....

finished third.Frustrating. ,like Thomas, losing his Tork and every'other 16footerare had to go into every game as a
The third broad-jumping spotis other possibilities.Thomas' real "
physical battle
world record to a Russian. explained
losses since then wide open. The likely con- Coach Alex Hannum whose San
Fennel the vaulter
only ever in the GUARANTEED
strongest fight
to Russian
Valery Brumel and tenders include inconsistentPhil t
to clear 17 feet, is ,fairly con- high jump probably will come Francisco Warriors surprisinglyare
to equal his 1960 jumpof .Shinnick of Washington,
the Western Division cham-
sistent in his erratic event, but from[ western roller Gene Johnson
7.33'a make Thomas from a who leaped 27-4 last year on
pions of the National Basketball
must demonstrate that a winter of California, the AAU
psychological standpoint, per- one of his rare fair jumps; Association
foot fracture hasn't hurt his today.'
haps the most'interesting of the NCAA champ Clifton Mayfield. king; young Lew Hoyt of South- .,,. : '
probable U.s. entries in the four form. from Central Ohio State; ern California, the N C A "We realized very early our
'jumping events at Tokyo. Certainty NCAA runner-up Bill Miller oi champ; flightly Joe Faust from No. 1 asset was size and tt
Former Oregon Stater Darrell USC, and consistent Paul
and 1960 strength. We don't have the
Despite a promising come- Horn, who closed in on Boston McMurry, JOHN THOMAS
Watson back in schoolat Oregon. All have cleared 7 skills, experience and outside fWiz
back, Thomas still is a gold last year, could be the only Anthony Oklahoma.One feet or more. 5 Coming Back? shooting of some other clubs. !' \" a
medal longshoL The likely American to make the team in
"So we take what we do have tN-i{ i
American winners in the four two field events. He's almost as UJ5. pole vault spot will and t
exploit it. ak
events are broad-jumper Ralph certain as Boston to succeed in almost certainly go to veteran Rafter Paces

Boston and pole vaulter John the broad jump and ,is a con-I Ron Morris from Southern Call-. San Francisco edged Philadel- rY
phia 89-85 in the season finale

Wednesday night. The Warriors

With 611 learned just before the game ( ,
TOWN TIRE CO. Loop i that they were the champions. ..f.

When Detroit beat St. Louis 106- .
i JR .
96 in Detroit it eliminated ..
the t
605 N.W. 8th AVE. PHONE FR 6-9090 'Bob Rafter of Manor Motel]:/strung together games of 168- Hawks chance to tie for the top
led the Night Owl League at 212-214. Her 214 was high single. spot.

YOUR B. F. GOODRICH DEALER Palm Lanes last night with a Elma Mewman, First Federal, dN
611 series. He posted 208211192. had 565; Phyllis Wright, Busch Other GameIn .
4 Joe Sommese of Edwards bavarian, 553; Alice R e s c h, the only other game, the .
Brown's Texaco Service 529 Baltimore Bullets beat Eastern t,% tiii -
building Supply had an even ; ..
600 on games of 193196211. Wendell Gwen Dulaney, Gold Coast Res- champion Boston 108-95 on GusJohnson's ..

I Locklear of WilliamsThomas taurant, 525; Tillie Ehrig, Holi- last half surge when %! ) ")
be scored 23 of his 28 -
Inn 521 Pat Dees Gold points. lt
rolled a 576. Clark Powell, day ; r ;.
Pittsburgh Plate Glass, had a Coast Restaurant, 520; Jerry Now come the playoffs with ..rgr ..'
230 high game. Stuart, Ginny's Hairstylist, 508; the champions resting the first i V ..

and Mae Hill,First Federal, 501.i week with the second and third ..
Williams Thomas came up First Federal rolled 951-963-: .
place teams battling. Los Ange- ..
with 980-1087-946-3013. The 1087 1069 2983 with the 1069 high ..
les plays at St Louis on Satur- t'
was high game. game.; Splits were made by Mrs. day in the first Western 'iJ < z ti .eel..
gameto ...
Splits were made by Ed Clark- Wright, 2-7-10; Doris Abrams, determine which will meet < r t > ...

son, Alachua General Hospital, Holiday Inn, 6-7-10; Lee Green, San Francisco in the best four ..
I-JO; and Dave Brunson, Alachua -. Ginny's 5 -10; Fran Taylor, of seven. ;1k i1( .M...

F General, 4-10. Brown's, 5-10; Cecil Skinner, On Sunday in Cincinnati, the ; j d lM
522 Series Morley's, 4-5; and Marge Minor, Royals play host to the Phila- ..
Jerry Stuart of Ace Electric Morley's, 5.7.Bears. .w.
I delphia 76ers in the start of the
rolled 165-173-184-522 in the series to determine Boston's .w.

PICK YOUR PRICE I IThey're Triple Tumblers loop at Palm challenger.Wilt ..: {: ::
lanes. Her 184 was high game. Lead Chamberlain scored 36 \...:,< ..

Dottie Davis, Bank of Newberry, points for San Francisco and new : =
had 488 and Toby Rutledge,
needed all of them as the War- -
all truck-tire Bank of Newberry, had 468. IllterceptionDepartment
tough Bank of Newberry registereda riors saw a 20-point( lead go M
glimmering and had to surge M/bmIat4
1384 series and a 464 high
back after trailing 76-65 in the
Commander 220 NYLON TIRES made Ar
game. Splits were by Hope final period.
Stinger, Butler's Radiator Ser-
Chamberlain hauled down 33 DELCOT
\ vice, 5-7; and Mrs. Stuart, 4-5.. NEW YORK (AP-Chicago's) r
PLYMOUTH RAMBLER DO.DOE. MERCURY CARSSTUDEBAKER Liz Elleman of First Federal National Football League champions ing output and also led the gamein -
OLDSMOBILETubeleM had a big 594 series in the Uni-
had some pretty good .
pass assists with eight .
I 45'I' versity City Women's League at catchers in 1963 but Papa Bear tx M
45 12 Palm Lanes last night. She George Halas hid them -
away on ..
SI3 Tube type g 1S SIB p.10 Tube type fc 1S -- : his defensive unit. ChieflandIn must stay bright white
8ackw.ri B' ft"'I FITS MANY BIG CARS NFL statistics on interceptions ..
O QW.DaSoto.el g e ddt. t Keg Tourney *
released showed
fTubelen '15.75 ( BtaekMleUW 11.95 Wednesday,
f3/.ca.1/ fQatiec"CIdtmobIe
6.70 IS. ) 14) Relays "Dura-Witet" the exclusive Manhattan Kodet-cot
Coach Halas' formula workedout
< fSO.e eSO.uFor '19.45
; Deadline IsTomorrow pretty well. The Bears had ton shirt guaranteed to stay whiter than any other :
wtiNmRf add$2 50;lither'zn.she to*prtt-edI-M prlcM ptu tax and tire ott jeer or :
the co-leader in interceptions, CHIEFLANDThe Suwannee polyester blend shirt on the market today-Is now

EXCLUSIVE B.F.GOODRICH TIRE PROTECTION PLAN. DISTANT CREDIT placed three more in the top 12 Valley Relays at Branford to- available In the "Dress 'n Play" collar.Work comfortably :

Guarantees every BFG tire for as long as you drive on IU! .Your V to individuals and led the leagueas day will open Chiefland's track with a tie-then open "Dress 'n' Play" for s
ttablfrhad =
an onM a team in that department. schedule for 1964, Coach Doyle relaxation. "Dura-Wite!" fabric of 65% Kodel poly. :

Under.this I new. eicluslve The Protection ads encountered. in normal aVMnf.Ha pa*., Roosevelt Taylor of McCall said. % cotton fresh looking with no
Chicagoand and 35
t p>an. 8JGaodnCh passenger tires aenger tire*e odamaged beyond repaa.tnoriginal HO MONEY DOWH Deadline for .the ester stays
entering annual The
r.gu.ants.dtoht.ofongmattr.ad.dti.ut limit as to tune or mileage,against defects @ $orr.mamNgtrsad.gMstth.purcMsof purcnas.rwalr.cd .Wl.ao..ac. No additional .i men's Dick Lynch of the New Indians also will hold ironing,will not turn dingy or yellow,wash after wash. :
their .
i tn material and, workmanship. and against r placsm.ntatcun.ntr polgprfca.S ) charge fop city bowling tourneyat York Giants tied for individual own Chiefland Invitational I
t.orouta.cut breaks caused by road ear y.w .f.Gsoddc d..esv a fix d..r .
mounting! Palm Lanes is midnight tomorrow honors with nine interceptions Relays on March 26 on their Our "Dura-Witel" selection features exclusive Man. :

Ken Kent, secretary, apiece. Lynch made the great- new clay 440-yard track. hattan Mantrim contour-cut body tailoring, too, =
reminded bowlers today. distance his Other meets will include Levy to shirt size.
est on returns, cov- proportioned your r QQ :
'... Kent said a check with the ering 251 yards and scoring Co. track meet here, April 1; $ ..
American Bowling Congress three touchdowns. P. K. Yonge Invitational at 411

WE'RE; CELEBRATING regarding a qualification rule I Gainesville, April 3; Branford EXCLUSIVELY OURS .:.
has brought the information thata Richie Petitbon grabbed eight I Relays, April 10; Suwannee Conference .

i MENS CLOTHING WEEK bowler is eligible as long as passes, and Bennie McRae and meet, April 15, here; r
he bowls 21 games prior to the Dave Whitsell six each for the I and the group meet in Gaines- .to

start of the tourney.The Bears. Chicago's 36 interceptions ville.McCall
men's event is set April were two better than run said that work Is progressing Sdvemani

4-5 with competition in team, ner-up New York's 34. rapidly on Chiefland'snew

1I (THROUGH MARCH 28th-) ...'-n singles, doubles and all-events. Leroy Caffey of Philadelphia sports complex. It will in-
clude a new football field with
Team event will be rolled al
r P ,'. 6:15 and 9 p.m..on April 4. the achieved season the, 87 longest yards return with his of I; seating for 2,500; track and Free Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot y

Doubles and singles will go on only interception. It came baseball all in the same generalarea. :
new plant will be one
at 2, 4:15 and 6:30 p.m. on April against the Giants.Haivks .
of the finest in the state. ..
5. .,
Entry fee is $17.50 per team, I "

of $7 per man doubles and singlesand Stop
$2 for all-events. ..

Royal CagersIn

SUITS tau: .P. y i IndoorsFootball Senior PlayHawks .

won from Royals 60-( J.
Nationally Advertised 1 ; 14 and Swishers beat Colts 36- .-.,
31 in Senior League basket- .
A Name You'll Recognize ScheduledHOUSTON ball games at the Boys' Club ..

Immediately For Style and / last night. .. ,

Fine Tailoring -j (AP-The' Univer- Lame Lackey had 24 pointsfor ..M
sity of Houston will play its Hawks and Jim Doak nine ..

home football games in the $24 for Royals. Adair Garrett made ..

REG. PRICE $65.00 Pi million, all-weather Harris 17 for Swishers and Lloyd Tyer ..
County domed stadium begin- 16 for Colts. '..

ning in 1965.University. .
In Midget games, Raiders
as a< officials made the beat Chargers 21.18 and .Oilers ..
$ A ; ; announcement Wednesday night,topped Chargers 1410. RustyWitt i Aj + s Ylil r.
and said the home opener in bad 11 for Raiders and I ('r" ?.

September 1965 will be the first Mike Shannon six for Chargers. .: is -.

4 collegiate football game played Toy Bass made 14 for Oilers r -...
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and Shannon eight Chargers. 1. .

The announcement followedby .....
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versity regents that efforts 15-9 in the other Midget game r -.
M would be renewed to gain mem- played. Mark Van Popering had
All New Spring Styles \ "' = bership in the Southwest Con eight for Patriots and Tom Boyd that's you 1:,r, :
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I, Area Bass Fishermen Beware the Ides of March! : j

I "' "I love any discourse of fishing fair: to good. Limits of day on spoons, Hawaiian Wigglers channel catfish ftngerU n g s ing method outside home munity and state develop ,

rivers, and fish and fishing." specks and shellcra c k. e rs and the Shyster.. .: ix.. and stripped bass for stocking county must possess Resident plans now to provide area t
(Compleat Angler Izaak. have come in during the past $27,000; chemicals, fish licenses; and license not required where people can enjoy the
Walton)' week. Specks are being taken NEWNAN'S LAKE LfreamV foods, fertilizer, $48,000; reg- of residents to fish non. out-of-doors. '.
McGilvray Fish Camp ular salaries and expenses, commercially with not more I
General mostly in Little Lochloosa in ) l5'
Area fishing showed littleif the bonnets. Shellcrackers are Speck fishing good; bass an d' ..a, i $10,000; boat ramp truck with than three cane poles in coun- the National Wildlife Week in
fair. Some limits of past has alerted the public -
fishing EX-
w special winch $3,000; extra ty of legal ,
any improvement over the taking live worms in the i to
past week this is creek. specks taken in the past i labor_ and fish tags $2,000; CEPT on Fish ManagementAreas. important conservation
; certainly
week; try the open water problems: the need to preserve -
miscellaneous signs posts
\ of bass fishing. I don'tknow Bill and Bobby Sapp (Bald- first, next the :"woods". Bassfishing :, 11t11 I nets and reprint of the St. endangered species of J.
of any bass limits being win, Fla.) caught 8 bass is slow-maybe the Established fish manage- valuable wildlife, the import-
11LStokes .. Johns River $5,600
taken a survey, ;
over this period. The nothing outstand- is not enough bass ment areas and their locationsin ance of conserving wetlands
Saturday reason I electronic fish detector, $1-
students of Shakespeare say ing about that you might say. fishing? Johnny weighed a Region II are as follows: for waterfowl, the desirability
000 $11,000.
we could have told you so. But there is. Bill took two 9-pound, 4-ounce bass ,which I ; 6200 acres, Newnan's, Alach of fully developing wildlife

"The week contained the ides bass on one cast one 3%, Robert Stinnett took last Florida's fresh water fIsh- ua, Open; 18000.acres, Orange, and outdoor recreation potentials

of March (March 15)) and the other 1 pound. They were weekend on a blue worm ",- .. I ermen can look with prideat Alachua, Open; 6000 acres in public land manage-

Shakespeare warned long using a top-water Devil's along the west side. Robert runs the bait shop on the aside to be used to improve the twenty-three established Lochloosa, Alachua, Open; ment policies and the abate-

ago 'Beware" the Ides ofMarch' Hill brought in 3 bass Satur- Dock caught several nice FloridaSs fresh water fish management areas 30 acres, Governor's H ill, ment of water pollution in our

Horse.CRYSTAL RIVER day which he took on a top- trout last week, all rangingin fishing. containing 56,021 acres of improved Dixie, Open; 1740 acres, Blue River Basins and waterways.The .

Phooey, that's for the su- Knox Bait House water plug-the "largest went weight from 2 to 2% Improving fresh water fish- fishing waters. These Clay to be opened; when Outdoor Recreation

perstitious omen believers.Not Bass fishing good to excel- 5V4 pounds. pounds. Not long ago she ing is a long range program areas some of which containa Some areas are closed fora was established by Congressin

that we are one of these, lent. Bass are now spawning.Best Bream fishing is pickingup. and not something that hap- number of lakes, have been period of time for renova- 1958. Congress directed the

but let's just take a peep at baits for bass are shin- Some good size bream pens overnight, however Flo- established during the past tion or stocking. ALL FISHERMEN Commission to survey the out

the record .fishing on the ers and BangOLures.J. have been coming out of the rida's fishermen can beginto six months and are locatedin BETWEEN THE door recreation needs of the
ides. Recall your luck on this M. FIELDS' REPORT north end on worms. notice some dividends from thirteen Florida counties.In AGES OF FIFTEEN AND American people for the next

day my luck couldn't be George Sullivan, Sr. took NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX GU1f MfX1CQ their additional dollar. A addition to the twenty- SIXTY-FIVE ARE REQUIREED 40 years and recommend act-

called luck, it was defeat. Fur- 4 nice bass ((4 to 5 pound class) (Newberry) REPORT sound fishing improvement three established areas, he TO POSSESS A FISHING ion to meet these needs.

ther I didn't see anyone with Tuesday afternoon in the north Bass fishing good to excellent program requires a lot of biological fisheries division of the Commission LICENSE TO FISH THE MA- When the ORRRC reportwas

anything which might be con- end of Santa Fe on a yellow in Watermelon Pond. also caught a 5-pound trout looking before leap- has investigated another NAGEMENT AREA! issued in January, 1962,

sidered even a "young" mess (No. 2)) Hawaiian with pork Some excellent strings of from the dock. She uses live ing, therefore the early daysof thirty-two lakes, ponds, Florida regulations rele- the following statement was

of fish. Well, like I said rind. On the same day he took bass have been taken therein shrimp for bait. the new fishing improvement or canals. Of these, only four vant to this are: residents made "All in all, being in

I'm not superstitious.A his. limit i of ,specks with min- the last few days. Good Walter Robideau and Carl program were spent in have failed to meet the stand- using cane poles or other fish- the outdoors is a good wholesome

nows in the south end of the baits for Watermelon are the Homberg (Cedar Key Trailer study and planning. ard and were not recom- fence is completed. Perch, healthful use of leisure
safe statement is "Our lake. He took the specks mostly Johnny Rattler and purple Park) took some nice Florida's fresh water fish mended. Two lakes were Lowery, Clay, Magnolia, Clay. time. The fact that we live in I.-

best fishing is yet to come trolling. Sullivan was fish- worns. Speck fishing is goodto catches last week. Robideau Improvement plans follow not recommended pending fu- Notice above that three area a world that moves crisis by
both fresh and saltwater. ing out of Ike's Fish Camp.Sid ture study. A number of the crisis does not make
excellent in" Water's Pond. caught 3 large trout one + an eight point program. lakes are under fish manage- a grow.
Specks and bass are bed- Menge informs me that ORANGE LAKE day and Homberg 3 nice- 1. Greater access and boat proposed areas have been ment. Accompanying photo ing interest in outdoor actI-

ding generally throughout this he has heard that the mackerel Paradise Cove Fish Camp size Drum. ramp construction. 2. Addi- recommended and await public shows Management Area vities frivolous or ample provision
area. This fact coupled with are running at Stein- tional fish management ar- access easements, additional for them unworthy of
Speck fishing good to ex- Yellowtails are biting fine. poster in place. on the West
high water-levels are holding hatchee. cellent; bass fishing fair. Lim- They can be pulled in as fast eas. 3. Expanded fish popu- fisheries work or sanctionby side of Newnan's Lake in- the nation's concern."
back the best of the fresh- Winners in Fields' fishing lation control. 4. the board of County Com- We urge all citizens to become
its of specks have been taken as you can bait a hook. One set shows close-up of poster.
water fishing. Meteorological contest for the first week
pollution investigation and missioners before being established informed on outdoor
in last few days just out party took 80 one day last a- recreation
conditions have in general (March lst-8th) L. L. Petty from fish camp. Bass are week. batement, and parasite con- as fish managementareas. NATIONAL, WILDLIFE needs and act not U
been conducive to good fishing (11-pounds, 2-ounces) in the MEET
bedding and are reluctant to trol. 5. Expanded experiment, provide for the future.
a bit windy maybe. bass division, Bob Davis (1- take artificials, at least. CRYSTAL RIVER development and stocking of Before any body of water Here are highlights of the Boat Responsibilities

Likewise, saltwater fishing pound) in the speckled perch SANTA FE LAKE Knox Bait House exotic fish for additional sport can be established as a fish National Wildlife Federation We have received notice

should be off and booming just division and Him Waldrop Shipman's Fish Camp Speckled trout fishing fishing and for rough fish management area it must convention held last week at from the Game and FreshWater
anytime now. ((6-ounces) in the bream divis- Speck fishing good. bass good to excellent. Trout fish- control. 6. Continued hya- meet certain standards and Las Vegas Nevada: Fish Commission thai'

The other-half (nimrods) ion. Last week's winners were fishing fair to good; and ing is best around Mangrove cinth control, expanded boat be approved by both the Secretary of the Interior all boaters are responsible foi '

have one last challenge in Emory Singletary (12-pounds, bream fishing is picking up. Point. Tarpon are in the ar- trails and other weed con- Game and Fresh Water Fish Stewart Udall was chosen to their boats; they should set

store before the '63-64 hunting 12-ounces) in the bass division Specks remain on the beds. ea now. Lady fish and jacks trol. 7. Renovation and up- Commission and the board of receive the federation's "con- that each boat complies wilt ',

season runs its course: Spring and Bruce Crowder ((1-pound) Mrs. Shipman points out that have moved out of river. dating of present fish hatch- County Commissioners of the servationist of the year" the state's Motorboat Laws '.

turkey season, March 28-April in the bream division; no the huge speck taken two ery facilities for new speciesof county in which the proposed award. Violation of any of four points
12. Details concerning this speckled perch were entered. weeks ago by Terry Twin- EVENTS 01INTEREST fish. 8. Lake and pond area is located. To meet as put forward to stress the t

will be given in next week's Top-sellers for bass over ford weighed 4-pounds, 12ounces construction program with the standard as established by Four men were cited for enforcement of the laws, wU

column. past week were Bang- (not 4-8 as reported). Recall maximum fish managementin the fisheries division, a bodyof outstanding service to con- cost the boaters a heavy fine
0-lures, Nos. 1% and 2 Hawaiian servation Dr. Clarence Cot-
that the world's record large population centers. water must be availablefor The four points to remember
UI' Wigglers, and 85 ser- for this species is 5 poundseven. The future of fresh water The initial study and plan- public fishing and be ca- tam of Sinton, Texas; Robert are as follows: ((1)) registration

: I ies Paw Paw floater. (This could be the sec fishing is beginning to takeon ning is complete and with pable of producing better McLaughlin of Detroit Dr. ((2)) safety devices ((31{

LAKE GEORGESt. ond largest specimen ever a realistic appearance in- fishing improvement revenue fishing. A lake which has lit- Frederick Scroggin of Wil- running lights, and (4)) safe
CROSS CREEK John's River available tle to offer in the of suit liamstown, Ky., and the late
taken.) No graphic proof of sofar as fishing improvementand the program designed way operation. For further information
Cross Creek Fish.Camp and Lake Dexter) able habitat for fish which Fred Farer of Buckeye, Ariz- these
this fish remains, for no pho- fisheries management is to improve fishing is now or on rulings writ
Speck and shellcracker fish- Ormand's Junble Den tos were taken; it was tak- concerned. This appearancecan in progress. With an anticipated study indicates fishing. cannot to the Commission offices BOJ

ing good in creek. Also speck Speck and bass fishing goodto en home and eaten on the be directly credited to the fishing improvement bud- be improved, is not recommended ona.The award as the outstand- 576, Panama City, Fla., or tithe

fishing good in Orange. Hot excellent. Specks now com- same day it was caught. Fresh Water Fishing Improve get of $308,100, the fisheries for management.A ing state affiliate of the fed- Florida Boating Council
spot is the bonnets in Little ing in bass are of larger size. Lar- Twinford is an 82-year old ment Act of 1063, accordingto management division has fish management area eration went to Michigan.The 107 W. Gaines St,Tallahassee

gest week reported for the resident of Earlton Beach. A. D. Aldricb, director, outlined the following projects receives maximum fisheries Tennessee Conserva- Fla.FISHING

1t was LAKE 10Y.! pounds. SMITH LAKE Florida Game and Fresh : management to improve the tion League was cited for a TACKLE
UF Smith Lake Grocery Water Fish Commission.The Boat ramp acquisition, $20- fish population and fishing regional award. BIG BUSINESS
FRESH Camp Wauberg Speck and bream fishing Fresh Water Fishing 000; boat ramp construction, conditions. Each area is es- Dollar volume of fishln! ]
Speck fishing fair; bass fair to good; bass fishing fair. Improvement Act provided a $20,000; pollution study $10- tablished by joint agreementof This column takes pride in tackle shipped by/U. S. manu

fishing slow. Specks and bass Few specks are being takenon one dollar increase on the 000; construction of fish hat- the board of County Commissioners -- supporting NATIONAL WILD- facturers to wholesalers ani .

are bedding. worms. Yearling bass are cost of a resident fishing cheries and public fishing and the Game LIFE WEEK March 15-21 retailers in the 50 states se ran

LOCHLOOSA LAKE being taken.TACKLE license, with the dollar set lakes, $150,000; purchase ofCOLE'S and Fish Commission. (now in progress). We also industry record in 1963. I

Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp BOX REPORT ,....... ...,n'-..., .',A.<-'{Mn ''<''' ---- .--.. ---. -------.. commend the National Wild- The American Fish i n I
Lochloosa. When it is extremely Speck fishing good to ex V VV \
V Federation and it's
state Tackle Manufacturers Association
Entries in the bass
windy, fishing the lee side cellent; bass fishing good. Se- contest over the past are an : ;; affiliates for promoting this estimates the reta!
often pays off. veral limits of' specks have
8-pounder (by Pat Zambito public service. value of shipments was $265
Lee-Mac's 4, ,
Fishing Lodge come from open water in FISH $LI ,
caught in Watermelon Pond > The 1964 theme is: "America 490,000 last year an increasof
Speck and shellcracker fish- last few days. Messrs. Stone -'IV
Needs Outdoor Recreation
caught on purple worm, date MANAGEMENT 8.0 per cent over 1962 an
Ing good to excellent; bass and Joiner took 19 bass Mon-
Act Now To Provide For The
L 3-12)), 8-5 (Eddie Young New- AREA f' : an increase of 6.2 per cen
nan's Lake, red worm, 3-12)), : Future. With expanding populations over 1957, the industry's pit

SKI SPECIALALL 5-9 (Archie Edwards, New- FLORIDA; BftMEAMD; FRESHWATER( more leisure time, vious record year.
nan's Lake Hawaiian Wiggler and ease of modern travel, it Good fishing and REMEMBER
3-12)), 8-0 (Jimmy Carr, :R A is imperative that every com- take a boy fishing!
Newnan's Lake, top-water .BOARD.OF COUNTY

35 HP Paw Paw, 3-13)), 6-6 (Marcy COOPERATING 4


14 Ft. Span-America Boat* ian Wiggler, 3-14)), 8-4 (C. B. RIGULATIONS t Black
SUBJECT TOAREA v Bass Speckled Perch Brem
14 Ft. Murray Trailer Crenshaw, Newnan's Lake, ,
Hawaiian 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water
Wiggler (No.2)
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$1475 value .... NOW $1095 e y 3-14)), 9-12 (Bill Cole Levy w t, r .
Prairie blue r ,.,,. ..... riF t Gas and Oil Modern Trailer Park
USED '. L worm, 3.14),10-
4 (Carl M. Clegg, OrangeLake i Restaurant Free Picnic Area
14 Ft. BOAT !1t
25 H.P. MOTOR $295FRANK'S < ',\ ,. Dalton Special, 3-14)), 3 Motors Camping Facilities
CHAMP TRAILER .t ;' 10-0 (Roy McMichen, SantaFe Guides O Launching Ramp

Lake, Hawaiian Wiggler, Tackle Good Cabins
MARINE 3-15)), 10-2 (Jimmy Carr, Newnan -
Bait Good Boots
s Lake, top-water Paw
Paw, 3-17)), and 10-1 (Bobby Ice
1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629
Barns Newnan's Lake Hawaiian
Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Flo

Wiggler, 3-18). EmorySingletary's 4a Enjoy Our Famous Food, Fresh From The Lake
12-pound, 11- oz.
LET TACKLE BOX CHARLIE monster continues to lead the State Road 325 at Cross Creek

Refill Your Fishing Reel year.contest for the month and the ::'. j Mac & Nell McCoy Operators

With Any Line Of Your Choice For i

( Main) East Side of Newnan's Lake Fish :Management Area

Saturday Leon Brin- JOHNSON and ''LONE STAR
12 PriceBe son took 9 nice bass from I
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Lake George four were 6- Deer PUTS YOU WHERE THE FISH ARE

pounders. He was spinningwith Turkey FindingNew

ready for "THE BIG ONE" with a BRAND plastic worms on the .

NEW LINE in your reel filled on our electric eel grass beds along the FRESH OR
machine. edge of the lake.
FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE- Strings of lunker bass are Homes in Florida SALT WATER

"Check With Charlie" being taken from the beds on DUAL DEAL

Jn The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2.1791 bullhead minnows in Lake .
George. Hot spots for bass TALLAHASSEE Hundredsof life management areas or other leased in three different b en- DEAL NO. 1
THE TACKLE BOXWE are. the beds out from the Florida wild turkey and areas where suitable wildlife tions. Another shipment of deer 18 H.P.

runs of Silver Glen Springsand white tail deer are finding new habitat is found but where the is expected to arrive from North JOHNSON SEAHORSENew

NEVER CLOSE Juniper Springs. homes as the Game and Fresh native deer or turkey populationis .Carolina in the near future. 1964 Model

Open 'Round 'The Clock -, 7 Days A Week Also speck fishing is goodto Water Fish Commission con- low or the carrying capacityof I Turkey trapping consisted of and

excellent at this end of cludes one of the most successful the range has not been reached. LONE STARCOMMANDER
484 wild turkeys being trapped
the lake. big game trapping operations BOAT
and relocated in different lo
WATERMELON POND since the program of relocating with
Deer consisted of 185'cations. Turkeys were trapped
trapping 14
Bass wild Ft. Barrentine
fishing is good to ex native game was
I : cellent. Last few days have initiated 15 years ago. deer being trapped and relocated -:on the Fisheating Creek refuge Trailer
in 25 different locations. Deer in Glades County and on John- TAKE .
been real good.WATER'S. According to A. D. Aldrich,
.. POND Commission director the trap- were trapped on a private ranch son Island in Osceola County IT PRICE ..W.v'WctW&t.
Newberry Area located in Duval County and on both of which are closed to bunt-
ping and relocating program .
.. Speck fishing good to ex- consists of live trapping wild closed portions of the Eglin Air ing.The S
cellent. I Force Reservation.In trapped turkeys are generally -
turkey and deer in areas not Comm- DEAL NO. 2
WrTHLACOOCHEE available to public hunting. I addition to the Florida trapping transported by
sion aircraft to the release site Same As Above
) Once trapped, the game animals program, a total of 51
at Dunnellon to assure speedier release.Fislling Except 18 H.P.
and birds are transportedand Texas deer, received for a tradeof

Bass Galore Village released on various wild- 25 Florida turkeys, were re. COMMANDER USED JOHNSON

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good 8:13 ':05 10:00 10:4 1135 11:57 12:19 1:03 pjn.
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March 19,1964 GainesvIlle Sun ..

: : GM's $2 Billion Serum Negro Youth r l -

To Stimulate Uprising .: j49: MARKET REPORT

r*r EconomyFREMONT Closes Court

? Calif. (AP-The) The present tax cut was Two cities, Kalamazoo and JACKSONVILLE (APSing.) .
1 $2-billion capital spending pro- backed by the Johnson adminis- big, praying young Negroes!
Tecumseh will get General Motors
made such an that TODAY'S DOW JONES
gram of General uproar court
Motors Corp. tration and the late President I
for the next two plants for the first time. was dismissed today before trial Prev. Close Components 1st Hr
years shaped John F. Readers' I II
as a means
, GM facilities in 10 other Michigan of 20 other Negro
up today as a force in the natien's toward this.Michigan. youths, arrested -] Request
economic future. cities will be expanded.Walter Wednesday in a race-in I 820.25 I Indust. | Up 1.15
Gov. W.
I George
Big GM world's tegrating demonstration.An I 192.08 I Rails I Up 0.52
I. largest man-; Romney hailed GM's announce- P. Reuther, presidentof
ufacturing corporation, will ment as an "expression of the United Auto workers Un- estimated 200 Negroes of The following market 139.27 1 Util | Up 0.03
I quotations
spend the $2 billion on new I faith" in Michigan. ion, said at Atlantic City, N.J., high school age demonstrated in art requested specifically by 234.59 I Stocks ( Up 0.43
plants and front of the b u i Id i n which of the Sun financial page. The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS
equipment in this One-half to 55 per cent of the Donner's 50,000 new jobs figure g tton are furnished by Pierce.
tountry and abroad. $2 billion is to be spent in Michi. could not be measured as an houses Judge John Santora's I I berT here.1,, Murphey Investment Service 5,920,000 I Volume ((1,490,000.
-Fifty thousand new jobs in gan. Romney said it would over-all gain since, he said. the municipal court. I'

Ihe United States will be one result -mean 25,000 more jobs for Mich- GM jobs "will take jobs away Judge Santora said he was N. Y. STOCKEXCHANGE Singer 2.00 66% Jax Minit Mkts ... 6% I Late Morning

of the program, General igan, where unemployment has from other companies and the dismissing court because of the Smith Kin 1.20a 32% Kennasaw Life ._ .. 13% N. Y.
Motors said. been a problem.At parts industry." noise, and authorized police to Sou Cal Ed 1.05 61% ListingAllisChal
. The new factory and plant expansion arrest the demonstrators for St Oil Cal 2.00 _.. 62% Life of Fla .. 5%

. plans, announced by contempt of court if they persis- St Oil Ind 2.00b 29% Lowes Company 17% 17Vi IntPap 32%
GM Wednesday, embrace more At Least. Two To Move ted. The demonstrators obeyed Abbott Lab 2.40 116* Star Drug .65 59 Milgo Electron .. 14% Alcoa 76% JonesL 75%

than two dozen cities in the na -..... police orders to leave the area. Allied Cern 1.80 57 Texas Util 1.20 42% Mort. Guaranty Ins -. 28 AmAir 46% Kais Al 38%

tion. Trial cf those arrested Amerada pt 2.00_ 763k Textron 1.40 39 Pacific SW Air 43% AmBrk 53% Ken'cott 83%

In addition, General Motors Their Liquor Locationsqualify Wednesday was postponed to Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41 Tidewater 39 Schlitz Brewing -. 48 AmBdPar 36% LigMy 75%

will spend $1.2 billion on special March 25. Amer Enka 1.408 63l Trans W A i:... 39% Secur. Life & Tr. 59 AmCan 42% Loch'd 38%

!tools to make its cars, trucks least two of Gainesville'snew for a license," Butler They were picked up on trespass Amer Home 1.44a 64Amer Union Pac 1.60a 59% Southern Nitro 17 AmCyan 64% Lorillard 44%

pad other products. liquor licenses will prob- said. "Since the apartment charges at two restaurants M Fdy .90 18 Und Air L 1.50b 55% Travelers Ins ._ 53% AmMot 17% Mag'vox 41

GM's investment in the fu- ably be moved from, their original -building wasn't completed we where they were trying to bring Armco SU 3.00 74% Upjohn 1.00 27% ATT 140 MplsHon 67%

Sire, Chairman Frederic G. locations as successful ap used the Millhopper location." about integration. Atch Topka 1.208 2812 War Lamb .70 40% MUTUAL FUNDS & AT&T rts 2 MM&M 67%

Donner said in a speech at Fre- plicants begin jockeying for Rutledge Pearson, Jackson- Bauch Lomb 1.20 34% Worthintn 1.50 87 AmTob 30% Mohasco 13

nont, is geared to an anticipat- choice business spots. Butler said the new cocktail ville head of the National Asso- Baxter Lab .36 .... 26 Xerox .... 84% INVESTMENT CO. AmpxCp 15% Mons'to 73%

>d automobile market of 10-mil- Fred A. Lewis, who was issued lounge, which will be on the ciation for the Advancement of Beckman In 61% Zenith 1.20a ? 34% Anaconda 47% MontWd 36%

Jon sales a year by 1970. a license for the Locker 14th floor of the building, will Colored People, called for more Beech LF S 1.10 48\ Jim Walter ._ .. 62% Affiliated Fund 8.63 Armour 49% NatDair 67%

There was no immediate com- Room, 205 SE 1st St., said he is probably be open in November.One demonstrations. Bristol My .80 .. _- 65 a Also extra or extrasb Capital Life & Gr. 10.00 ACL 71% NatDist 28

nent from the White House on going to Ocala today to apply Brown Shoe 3.40 90 Annual rate plus stock dividend -, Divers Growth ._ 9.77 Babcock 61% N.AmAv 53%

he GM announcement. Presi- with the State Beverage Department Karl No Brunswick 10i'a Dividend Shares 3.72 BIO 38% Penney 50%

ient Johnson in the past has expressed for a transfer of his license Says to Kelly's'Three Cambell S. 2.40 117 e Declared far this,, Dreyfus '_ ._ 20.20 BethStl 37% PRR 33%
65 or paid so
hope for industrial expansion to the Hootenanny Lounge, Carter Pdt 1.008 Fidelity Capit 11.27 Boeing 43% PepCola 49%
that would stimulate 4562 NW 13th St. Left in Case J. I. _- 10% yearf Fidelity Fund 17.51 Borden 75 PhiLMor 73%
27 Paid in stock in 1963 esti,
_.. ,
Cessna Air 1.00 .
jontinuing growth in national A license issued to Samuel C. Fidelity Trend 18.61 Brunswk 11 PhillPet 48%
69% mated cash value
iroduction and create new jobs. Butler for the Millhopper Bar Ches Ohio 4.00 on ex-divi. Fund'tal Invest 10.76 CaterTr 59% RCA 36%
candidate for governor of and Dickinson CoasSGas.._. 38 dend or ex-distribution dateg
Millhopper Road and NW 16th I swapped shots in Income of Boston 8.30'' Celanese 66 RepStl 46%
MISTAKES Ave., has been earmarked fora Florida says the Democraticrace lower east Florida over personal! CBS 1.80b 43% Paid last year Incorporated Inc 9.80 Chrysler 47% Revlon 38%

cocktail lounge in the High has boiled down to a three- financial reports by candidates. rh vuu.u .L 1..n.
Rise Apartment Building being way contest while another says High made a report public on Cone Mills .80 15* AMERICANSTOCK Keystone 5-3 .- 16.97 CornEd 49% StRegP 34%

CYANIDE built in the 220 block of SW 13th that the people haven't yet his finances and challengedother ContI Air! .40 23 58 EXCHANGE Keystone S-4 4.72 ConEdis 84% Seabord 49

St. made up their minds. candidates to do the ContI Ins 2.20 _- % Life Investors '_ ._ 19.97 ContCan 45% Sears 107,

FOR COFFEEBURBANK Lewis said it would take abouta Dickinson questioned same'j Contrl Dat .. _.. 78% Life Stock Fund 7.76 DowChe 71% Sinclair 46%
I 66Va Aerojet-Gen 37%
Scott of Lakeland
Kelly cam- CornPdts1.50 _
was a valid Mass. Inv Trust 16.34 DuPont 260 Socony 71
week for approval of the trans campaign and Analex
88% Corp ._. 30%
paigning in West Florida Thurs DeltaAirl.60..._ _
Calif. CAPA) fer to go through. The buildingwill High replied that it was. 15 Aqua Chem 18 Mass Inv. Growth '.... 8.67 EAL 36 SouthnC 54,
day, said the front runners were The West Det Steel .60 Pioneer Fund ._ 9.80 E.Kodak 128% SperryR 18%
her- Palm
oman mistakenly poured have to be inspected by the Beach candi- 44%. Aurora Plastics ._ 31%
lelf a cup of boiling cyanide Health Department and receive himself, Haydon Burns of Jack date said that High was making Emerson El 1.00 28% Barnes Engineer ._ 23% Puritan Fund .... 9.47 I Firestone 43% StBrand 79%

I lution instead of coffee: zoning approval he said. i sonville and Fred. 0. Dickinsonof "another desperate attempt for Fair Finanl Camra Fed _.50g____ 46% Butler Shoe '_ 8% Putnam Growth 9.40 Ford 58% StO NJ 84%
lipped it and died within five West Palm Beach. TV & Elec 8.20 FrmstDa 10 Studebak 7%
"The location I used on my publicity" in proposing personal 9% Cinerama ._ 15 -
Fst Chartr 1.97f _
I Value Line Inc ._ 5.48 Frueh Tr 31% Swift 47
ninutes, police said. had financial
statements.Dinner .
no equipmentin "Vote for the man with no experience Fla E Cst 20% Chromaloy 11%
"What was it?" were the dy- it and when the Wellington Fund 14.96 GenDyn 30% Texaco 75,
in state government or Food Fair .90 54 Computer Sci! .. _. 21%
ng words of Mrs. Adeline M. which is became I Purchases _______ ? 441,416 GenEl 88% Thiokol 16%
equipped, Cutter
for (Gov. Farris) Bryant's boy ShO.VAt FMC Corp 1.00 33% Labs 17%
1 ehoe, 57, Wednesday. available I decided to try and' Bud if you want to continue the Gen Tele .88 64% Data Control ._ 37% Short Sales 2,988 GenFds 91% U Carb 120,
M; It was Mrs. Kehoes first dayIn lease it," Lewis said. I 30 Fulton Inds 8% Other Sales 449,789 GenMills 41% UnitAirc 47%
and tax trend that '
spend prevails Ga Pacifi 1.oob _
in the job at a metals firm. Lewis said the building wasn'tavailable Marion Gen Total Sales 452,777 Genmtrs 83% UnFruit 23
I High 52% Develop 4%
now, Kelly said. Getty Oil .10g _
AdvancesDeclines 575 Goodrich 58% US Steel 59
j Officers said she apparently for lease when he -
applied 26% Mackey Airlines 7%
Grace Co 1.00b _
1 toticed the pot of amber. for a liquor license. "But if you want a fair returnon REDDICK A spaghetti HeIne Curt .80 579% Mead Johnson .... 22% ._ 506 Goodyr 46% UnivMatWestgEl 12%
the in- the tax dollar, you should dinner will be followed tomor- Unchanged 275 Greyhnd 53% 37%
jolored said
cyanide boiling on Butler he originally ._ 68% Pac NW Tel 22% -
IBM5.00 ..
''i and it for elect a successful businessmanwho show will be Total Issues __ 1356 GulfOil 53% Woolwth 75%
stove mistook coffee. tended the license issued for the highlights tomorrow 57 Philips Elec 47%
.. _
Int Min C 1.80a
; 1 coffee urn was on a box near- Millhopper Bar for use in the knows what it is to live night at North Marion Tnt Tele 1.00 42% Redwing Carriers '_ 12 New 1963-64 Highs 99 IntHarv 71%
'I with a budget," the Lakeland High School. New 1963-64 Lows 9 IntNick 74%
iy. new apartment building. I T'.llogg .80a _- 29th RIC Group 9%
f The cyanide is used in metal i' "We had to have a locationon contractor said. The Student Council is Lehman Cp 1.34e 66's Sperry R. Wts '_ 8%

_processing._ _ _ our application in order tol Fred Karl of Daytona Beach the supper that will sponsoring be- Litton In 1.98f 19% Syntex -_.. '_ ... 88 STOCK
campaigning in the Florida served from 5 to 7:30 I Lone S Cm 1.00 __ 39% Tampa Elec 26% FLASHES I

11 AFL-CIO Asks Vacation Keys Wednesday, said in criti-,.The meal will cost $1 for adults p.m. Marsh Fid 1.60 18% Tech Measur 23 MARKETNEW

cizing Burns that the. people of and 50 cents for children.The Martin M 1.00 37% TWAWts._ ... 20%

Florida didn't appear committedyet F.H.A. chapter will pres- McG Hill .60a 47% VaIspar ._ ._ .. YORK (AP-The stock 30%.

I Bonus And Coffee Breaking in the race. ent its annual talent show be- Mead Corp 1.70 121JA market was uneven in mod U. S. Steel opened on 5,000
Later at Karl Merck 46% OVER THE COUNTER
Tampa plungedinto 2.00a
ginning at 8 p.m. Various typesof erately active trading at the shares, unchanged at 59.
the controversy swirling NatI Airl .80 _.. 33%
t ATLANTIC CITY, N.Y. (AP) of the union's convention.The talent will be presented and Alico Land '_ .. 7% opening today. Korvette added % at 31% on
around the legislative investiga- NY Cent .50g 50%
judged. Small gains and losses .
-Bonus pay while on vacation union also will demand a Amer Fidel Life 24% were 2,500 shares. Sperry Rand edg-
ions committee a report on Nia M Pow _
ind a coffee break for produc- wage increase. Everyone is invited to attend. 2.00 123/4 Amer Heritage 21% shown by key stocks. ed up % at 18% on 2,000 shares.
homosexuality. He said he was Norfolk W 6.00 52% blocks
5on workers are among con- Admission Opening included: American Tobacco was un.
Amer ..
will be 50 cents for Nat Ins 20%
Three-year contracts betweenthe an enemy of the committee in No Ind P S 1.48 Parke, Davis, off % at 31%
I ract improvements which Wal- adults and 25 cents for chil Amer Pion'r Life 5% on changed at 30 on 2,100 shares.
J auto workers and the auto- the last Legislature and calledits No Nat Gas 1.80 46% 3,000 shares; United Air Lines General Electric
; er P. Reuther says his AFL-CIO dren. Anheuser Busch 47% eased % to
j :United Auto Workers will de- makers expire Aug. 31. Negotiations report obscene. Olin Math 1.20 96JA Anodyne '_ 4% up % at 59% on 2,000; and 89 on 1,700 shares.
I 60 earlier. Owens II G 2.50 31% -
begin days John Mathews of Jacksonvilletold .
I this Sears Roebuck, % at 107%
up Ford
year. Citizens Bank 34 opened on 4,000 shares
Pac G&E 1.00 59%
Reuther said it might not be audiences on the lower east 'Small W or}(] on 1500.
:Conn Lt & Pow '_ 37% upS 58% and Pan American
Higher pay while on vacation coast that he felt sales of state- Pac LUng 2.40 30th
possible because of the natureof On initial transactions of 1,000
Cowles & PB World
Mag 13% Airways
was unchanged.
the extra costs of Pac T&T 1.20 70*
to cover the work to force all auto owned land should be stopped if To Be Eyed By Dun & Bradst '_ 61 shares, Douglas Aircraft was International Paper added Mat

ravel and spending" time away manufacturers to require all there was the slightest reasonto Pan Amer A 1.20 31% Firs West Fine 19% unchanged at 24%; Southern, 31% on 2,000 shares.
:rom home, was described think the land would be need- Parke Day 1.00 71
employes to take vacations. UF Florida Gas 11% Pacific was unchanged at 40%; Yesterday The AassociatedPress
j Reuther, UAW president, Pennzoil 2.00 41
)y Reuther said he thought union -ed for public uses. Fla. Nat'l Bank ._ 60% Studebaker rose % to 7%; and average of 60 stocks rose
as a new concept toe Perkin El %
Wednesday 48
sentiment favored required Meanwhile, Robert King HighForestry's I I Fla? Tel ... ._ .. 24 General Dynamics eased % to .8 to 303.0 a new high.
i > raised in negotiations with A look into the world of the Pfizer .80a 68% .
vacations for all. He said enforced Forrest Labs '_ '_ 29% I.
wto makers. Phelps DG 3.00 ..- 159
vacations and abolition of very small will be offered to founders Life ... .. .. 9 NEW
Best Polaroid .20 .. 76% MAR. 18c
This and the coffee break pro- "excessive' overtime" were University of Florida scientists oo franklin Life ._. 57% ( ) Ntw Yerk Time
Pub Sv E G 2.60 44%
posal were disclosed by Reutherit among means to accomplish the Friday in an all-day seminar on Great Amer ._ .. 15% High Low Close Net Chg. I
a news conference as dele- union's "major thrust in the direction Will Receive the election microscope.The PureOill.60.. 36% Grolier 45% 25 Roils . 133.58 132.09 132.86 X .41

fates from across the country of creating job opportunities Rayonier 1.00 40% Gulf Life ... ..... ..... 56 25 Industrials 821.98 812.46 817.8C X2.29
Rexall .SOb .. _
pthered here for Friday's open- for those now unemployed." Awards meeting, presented by ierff Jones ._ 15% 50 Stocks 477.78 472.27 475.33 X1.35
Metl .50 _
Tonight the College of Medicine, will Reyn 49% Home Insurance 65%
start in the Medical Sciences Rich Merr 1.00 55

Banquet Honors Scholarships. and awards to Building auditorium at 9 a.m. R C Cola 1.20 41%

TodayIn .taling $3,685 will be presented then will move to the various Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 59%

AGR Member to outstanding students in the electron microscope laboratories Searle Gd .90 ..- 100% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

School of Forestry at the annual] at the University.Dr. .

HistoryBy Alpha Gamma Rho, agricul--banquet of the Forestry Club, More AboutMayor

ture fraternity at the Universityof tonight at 7 p.m. at the HolidayInn. Sanford Palay, professorof

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Florida, tomorrow night will anatomy at Harvard Medical Business Purchases, Etc. t. ';

Today is Thursday March 19, honor one of its members, J. I L. Carlton Chappell, presidentof School, will join members of f

1964. There are 287 days left in Clyde Driggers, president of the club, will preside at the University faculty in presentingthe

the year. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural banquet which will host as guest results of electron micro- I. Porter
By Sylvia
Today's highlight in history: College at Tifton, Ga. speaker Marcus G. Rawls manager scope investigations.The From 1 .- ;
Page 'Iral'
On this date in 1917, the Supreme Driggers, a former professorof of Southern WoodlandsSt. seminar is directed to-

Court upheld the eight- poultry husbandry at the UF, Regis Paper Company in ward University scientists and He was unanimously elected Here's a final catch-all of law is mixed news. The good -On "revolving c red 1 t"*

hour day on the railroads. In will be honored at a fraternity I Jacksonville. advanced students who wish to by the four other city commis- special provisions in 1964's massive news involves U5. parent corporations charge accounts. If you are a

the face of a threatened strike banquet in conjunction with the Others appearing on the pro- learn about the -sioners in special ceremoniesat tax law affecting comparatively operating abroad retailer who. sells on the so-call
and the crisis with Germany UF Alumni reunion. gram will include Dr. John of the instrumentWith capabilities the City Hall at noon today. large groups of taxpayers through subsidiaries which employ ed "revolving credit" plan, the
the court voted 5-4 to uphold the or of unusual interest.On both and U.S. law add sub.
The banquet will be at the Gray, director of the School of McKinney was nominated by foreigners new may help you
eonstitutionality of the act a AGR house and will start at 8 Forestry, Prof. James W. Miller conventional light microscopes fellow-commissioner Ed Turlington. business purchases of citizens. The parents often have stantially to your working capi-

milestone in U.S. labor legisla pjn. Jim Quincey, local attorney Jr., and Prof. Charles G.. those which dependon Outgoing Mayor Byron machinery. If your're among qualified pension or profit-shar. tal.

tion. and former Blue Key president -Geltz. direct viewing of the object Winn seconded the nomination.Just the hundreds of thousands of ing plans for their own employes The reason is that a businessman
On this date: but generally do not set similar -
will be master of Scholarships and awards to through magnifying lenses businessmen up
ceremonies before the mayor's elect. who have boughtor who sells his merchandiseon
In 1628, the English founded plans for foreign subsidiaries -
be presented at the banquet will the greatest magnification is in ion will installments
Massachusetts Colony.In Municipal Judge Wade buy machinery, equipment employing mostly foreigners. and reports the
1893, the battleship Oregon Driggers, the honoree, received -include the J. B. Adkins Memorial -the range of 1,000 times. Elec- Hampton administered the oath and vehicles eligible for This has prevented UJS. income from these sales on the

began its historic around a BSA in agricultural educa- Award, $1,200; St. Regis tron microscopes can magnify of office to Jim Richardson and the investment credit, you will citizens working abroad for the installment basis only pays tax-

Cape Horn. voyage tion at the UF in 1938. He received -Paper Company Scholarship, from 30,000 to 50,000 times, and Byron Winn, newly-elected com now find this credit even more subsidiaries from getting the es on his profits as he collects

In 1920 the Senate refused to his PhD in animal nutri- $1,600; Rayonier Foundation Se- the resulting clearer picture can missioners.In valuable than before. valuable tax-deferred benefits payments due. In a business

ratify the treaty calling for tion in 1949 and served as poultry nior Fellowship $500 and Ring be enlarged photographically to the first official meetingof When the investment credit;of a qualified employe benefit which normally has large

membership in the League of husbandry professor at the Power Corporation Scholarship magnifications of 100,000 to 150-- the new commission, u-, I was written into the 1962 tax i plan. The 1964 law now makesit amounts of uncollected install-

Nations, setting the tone for a .UF from 195557. $375. I 000 times with good detail. adopted rules of procedure for 'law, Congress required a businessman -, possible for the U.s.. parent ment receivables outstanding at
the coming year. Richardson to reduce his basis for the end of each year, the defer-
decade of isolationist policy.In corporation to cover U.S. citizen -
1941, the United States and requested that the rules be depreciation by the amount of employes of its foreign sub- ment of tax from installment
Canada signed the pact to develop -I I 'Good Samaritan' Aids Pair in DilemmaBrasington I..studied more for possible revision the credit. For instance, if you sidiaries under the parent's own reporting of income can add up

the Great Lakes-St. Law- c.. later. buy machine which costs $10- employe benefit plan. to big-time money.
rence Waterway.In A young expectant mother they were drunk. A closer said he took the In particular, Richards 000 and which is eligible for a The bad news for U.S. citizens The 1964 law flatly makes "re-

1945 the government, from Palatka and her husband look revealed that the man couple in his car and "brokeall said, the procedure for recording -;$700 investment credit, the 1962 who have resided .abroad for I volving credit" plan sales eligible

froze retail prices on clothing, who were stranded on was trying to support the speed limits" getting them the cnTpTnjssion vote on law permits you to take depreci- over three years-during which for installment reporting.
textiles furniture and household I I the highway near Putnam woman as.they walked along to the hospital in Palatka. matters should be changed so ation on only $9,300 of the mach- they are technically "non-resi- If you are a retailer who sells

furnishing.Ten II Hall when their car broke the highway. The woman was admitted to each commissioner appears by ine's cost dents" of the U.S. is that, on a "revolving credit" type

years ago-The Warsaw down last night, were helpedout Bnuingtonsaidhestop the hospital in Palatka. name on the voting record. The 1964 law, though, allows from 1965 on, they will be ableto charge account, study carefullythe

Radio reported a complete of their dilemma by the and learned that the woman Brasington said, and appeared you, the businessman buying earn only $25,000 of foreign advisability of switching to

shakeup of the Communist Government -i "Good Samaritan" efforts of was about to have a miscar- to be in good shape when Two Juveniles this $10,000 machine, to take not income a year free of U.s. in- the installment method of reporting -

of Poland. J. J. (Pop) Brasington of riage, and her husband was when he left. With only the $700 investment credit come tax, instead of $35,000a your income. You may

Five years ago British Gainesville. trying to get her to a hospitalin The moral to his story, Charged but also depreciation deductionson year as at present.On be able to increase your working

Prime Minister Harold Macmil- Brasington, who had been Palatka. Brasington said, is that people Radio TheftTwo the entire $10,000 cost. using holding corpora capital considerably by defer

lan arrived in, Washington for visiting his daughter in The young couple, L. B. should use their judgment The incentives to businessmento tions as a tax shelter. The 1964 ring your tax.

talks, and called for firmness Grandin, said he was head- and Cheyama Harris, Bras- and try to determine if juveniles were caught step up investments in plants law makes it much more difficult There are hundreds of other

and reasonableness in dealing ed back to Gainesville ington said, had been visiting people really are in trouble last night, just 12 hours after and equipment have been sharply for you to use holding corporations provisions in the 1964 law, but

with the Russian government.One about 8 p.m. when the a relative in Starke when before passing them up on they allegedly stole a radio froma increased by the 1964 tax; as a tax shelter for they affect relatively few of us.

year ago-President Ken- headlights of his car pickedup she became ill. The husband the highway.He NE 4th Avenue home. law's rate cuts and special provisions accumulating dividend and interest In this series of 12 reports, you

nedy and the presidents of six the young couple.He had started driving his wifeto said several cars had One an unidentified boy, was and this is potentiallyof i income. If you have corporations have read the key details of the

Central American states signed said at first they appeared Palatka when the engineof passed without stopping be- being held this morning in enormous importance to our of this sort or are greatest tax reduction law in

the Declaration of San Jose in to be struggling with his car burned up at Putnam fore he spotted the young county jail. entire economy.On I i thinking of setting them up, now our history. You will just beginto

Cost Rica on political and economic each other and he thought HaIL couple in trouble. A girl was released to her U5. citizens working ab is the time you should look hardat realize its immense impactas

relationships. ..- parents' custody. road. To these Americans, the what the law does to them. the year rolls on.

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By G. T. HUGGINS and make it attractive. We are

II I Agricultural Extension Service I proud that most of our growers ford County Fair opening date I to 50 gallons of water, or fO\&

Could this have been your know this and are doing it. Thenwe this season will be April 29. tablespoons full per gallon,

,.Jl,' R; boy "Say, pop, did you go to must be sure that our fresh We have changed to the spray trees three or four times ,
Sunday School when you werea product is attractively dis- 1. Right after first blossoir:
a 6yEH little boy" j spring so that we can bring
played on the produce counter.It petals full. Hope you have already
I "Yes, Son regularly. has been said that :Mrs. back: Strawberry Festival pro- made this application. II
"I'll bet it"won't do me any I Housewife "either picks it up gram. Various groups will select you did not, then it can be ''bet
good, either. and she will
a "pretty girl" "
or it The fresh ter late than never.
passes product
At first this be little tip. Straw-
might a be in the race for the
doesn't have second
humor, but just think about it chance." a berry Queen title ur local Ci- 2. Second application twc
for a few seconds and it sorta' vitan Club is sponsoring this weeks later.
i presents a challenge to kinda' If you want to see an attract- activity. Market Manager Phi
t H I check up on ourselves. ive fresh product and an at- Cronkhite is Strawberry Festi- weeks 3. Third later. application twc
j I IN THE RED most times is tractive by-product, you just do val chairman. Be talking more 4. If late
bad. In our strawberry fields something to remind you to look about our Fair program later. make maturing variety
an application 01
'it can mean that maybe you'll at "Hi-Neighbor" on televisionnext
AtC,' 'A' r IJta4)R soon be in the black. Tuesday morning 6:45. It FOR GOOD PLUMS you gotta three weeks before fruit ripens.
We are now in our harvest might help your breakfast. fight the worm population. Hereis Of course, if you use the 5C
and it will help. cent emulsion, twc
season. It is time to eat FRESH one to follow per use
; a strawberries, strawberry short FOR A CHANGE of thought, With two pounds of 25 per tablespoons full per gallon of
I r i w4- cake, strawberry pie and even let us remind you that Brad- cent malathion wettable powder water.

II I plan to put some in the freezer
later in the season. -
Ground I Let us remind our growers of
any fresh produce that we are
I Johnson
UP police chief Audie Shuler had that sinking feeling yesterday watching a sink hole" cave in on one dealing with a different type of
'I' of the University of Florida's agricultural plots west of the campus. The hole, measuring 25 feet deep homemaker or purchaser than
: and 150 feet across was being watched closely by UP officials who expect it to get even larger. (Sun photo that a few years ago. & Paris
hv Eddie Davis) We must put a quality product


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and quality of straw berr i e s i r Rt. :e', *1, 'C rf'
: By JIM YELVINGTON I fell off at the Starke State I By WILBURN C. FARRELL a
Farmers Market this week, ; '
: Agricultural Extension Service Agricultural Extension Service s 1x
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Ralph Cellon Jr., president of when to fertilize.
By JIM YELVINGTON Wallace Townsend, mail carrier "We had 5,000 ((12-pint)
I the Alachua County Cattlemen'sAssociation First, for those wishing to
Agricultural i Extension Service I for the Bell area and a flats on Monday and' about .has announced a plant figs, the varieties recom ,.,,,..., \=U1
.The Trenton Area Melon graduate electrical engineer, 3,500 on Tuesday he said, meeting of. all cattlemen next mended for North and Central S
has graciously offered his ser- "and the price for the best Monday night in the Guaranty Florida are the Celeste and the ,.
Growers Co-op will meet next :
berries from
vices to instruct Gilchrist 4. ranged $2.50 to
federal Savings and Loan As- Brown Turkey. Since figs are
at 8 in the Tren-
ton vo-ag classroom p.m. to make Hers interested in knowingmore $2.80.brought Poorer only $1.80 quality per fruit flat." sociation Building here in self-fruitful, pollination is nol t l' Give New Life to Your Ltnvn & Shrubs. .
about electricity. This Gainesville.The a problem. The major difficultyin
preliminary plans for the com
program will begin next.Tuesday Cronkhite said a warm meeting will be in the fig production is the rootknol t'
ing season's watermelon marketing wind the fruit FERTILIZE .
night at 7:30 at a meetingto ripened too conference room upstairs, beginning nematode, so figs should be NOW -
operations. be held in the Bell School. fast and that a poor quality
at 8 p.m. J. R. Henderson ,heavily mulched. Plants I
Association President Lee Roberts Some 20 or more Gilchrist resulted. agronomist with the Florida ed with nematodes should beI
urges all members of 4-Hers have expressed a desire He said a shortage of Agricultural Extension Ser- fertilized and watered more I aeI
this cooperative to be presentat to participate in this elec- "b err y" trucks was also vice, will discuss pasture fertilization en than healthy trees. Fertilize
this meeting. Any others trical program. Others who have causing difficulty in movingthe I a subject of importance with an 8-8-8 or similar mix I S
j\ho plan to become members not expressed that desire are fruit at the local market. to all cattlemen this timeof tur at the rate of one pound I
this season also are urged to also invited to take advantageof year. for each year of age of the tree f RAN D
Million Aid
attend. this opportunity.The Swine producers are reminded until a maximum of 10 pounds
Members and prospect i v e of the Graded Feeder Pig is reached. This may be splii tl
4-H electric of-
members, it's YOUR business fers opportunities program to boys To India Famine Sale to be held at 4 p.m., Ap- into two applications on sandy WITH SUNNYLAND
which will be planned, so and many ril 9, here in Gainesville. Any sails, preferably around Jan,
irlsJtis designed to train
please be present to give YOUR u".., ._ 'r"' the safe, WASHINGTON (AP) The producer wishing to enter animals 15 and early June. sum '
ideas and help in running your economical application_ of elec- United States is sending 46,000 should contact the county We have had a number of re 8-8-8 PELLETS
business. tricity.We tons of wheat and livestock agent's office so arrangementscan quests regarding fertilization ol f -S. R
feeds to northwest India, where be made for field inspection grapes. Use a 6-6-6, 8-8-8 '01 guPE
The Gilchrist County Resources feel fortunate to have a 500,000 persons are reported suf- of the pigs. similar mixture If the grapevines : '. :
Development Council will man with the knowledge of fering from famine. Warm weather and the urge are young, fertilize al t i. a wnoQ
meet next Monday at 8 p.m. at Townsend to instruct our boys The Agency for International to: get out in the yard to fertil- the rate of one to three poundsin i.l a
the Trenton Woman's Club and girls in the field of electricity Development announced the gift ize and weed the ornamentalsand February or March before LLETS ESPECIALLY PREPARED
house. Election of officers will Future meeting dates will Wednesday night. It is valued fruit trees has brought growth begins and again just! Li FOR THIS AREA ''
be the major business. Also, be decided upon at the meeting -lat $4 million under the food for many questions from homeowners before the rainy season be -
k progress in gathering informa- Tuesday night. program. as to what to plant and gins. tl 'f EASY TO APPLY
I lion for our Overall Economic
>Development Plan will be re- s LONG LASTING 1 j
view ed. Everyone interested in """E ai CtNr'PwcN +
the welfare of Gilchrist County
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I What's your problem For a general I j'I ; -. HAD TO STD? .

I reply, write to Abby, Box 3365 I # .. PITCHES? ..
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i I Need You Ask? Beverly Hills Calif.. 9011%, and I -(,. -

; include a self-addressed stamped en- .
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4 velope. Abby answers all mail.DEAR I II V tl, t I \f Y rln ..:.
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Abigail / 3HH "
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' w. > '; I IT'5 .1 oN'v I KEEDa.OOOTO! RE-RENT MY ( }< -
ABBY: am 49 and have been going with a 51yearold porch. It is very embarrassing to see her flimsy nightgownsand I NOT GOT OLD TOWM HOUSEAND REHIRENN DIFFERENCE.?"AFTER ".

'I. ; man for the past two years. He has been wonderful to me. all the underthings that women wear flapping in the TWO.. HOw MY TWO SERVANTS./l RASS YOU ,XXJ MARRY HIM,WE'LL -
He takes me to nice places and buys me lovely things. He breeze. What do you suppose she is advertising? A130tJT SOME TABLE, 14ANDS, OFF ON MY NEPHEW AS NEW SPLIT US MONEYS ONE
asked to marry me, so I took him over to meet my son and FOUR DISGUSTED NEIGHBORSDEAR SOIYIcEiSIR" YACREEP,7t VORK'S LEADING T y MILLION FDRVOU ONE

I daughter-in-law one evening. Well, it seems my daughterinlaw DISGUSTED: She is "advertising" the fact that she DEBUTANTE/ FOR ME_ ;Iii '

became interested in him (she is 28)) and I was told that has no clothes dryer. Neither has she a man to set up a clothesline -

she called him up and invited him over when her husband in her back yard. .E 5AN' lRa

wasn't home. My son travels three days a week, so she has :

a clear field. I notice when my son is out of town, his wife is DEAR ABBY: I can understand how one of those store- .*.. .
I never home and I can't find my friend, either. He takes me out bought "ACCEPT MY SYMPATHY" cards would be acknow-

only when she can't go. They have three little children, Abby, ledged with an equally impersonal printed one stating,. "The <

I and now I feel guilty for taking him over there. Although she family of wishes to thank you." But, Abby, when a

ran after him, if my son finds out he will half-kill my friend. I person goes to the trouble to write an expression of sympathyin ., l
need this man because we had plans of marriage. his own hand, don't you think he is deserving of a personal .... oca
What should I do? "thank you" note? *

DEAR HAS: Drop friend, and tell him why. He'll undoubtedly ''
jour JUST: Yes. But I am in the minority. I am amazed NOPE-I THINK YORE GOODER'N PRACTICE
\ pass the word on to jour daughter-in-law and it at the number of supposedly well-bred pepole who do not fIIIIIII4 A1NT YE I'LL STAY HOMEPLAVIN' ANSEL, DRAWIN* ACES J j I i
might scare some sense into them. A woman with a two- h1'j PAW OFF TH' BOTTOM ,
timing friend doesn't know what trouble is until she has a know that one original, hand-written sentence is more mean- CARDS ( __ TH'DECK

two-timing husband. ingful (and in better taste) than the most elaborately printedor -H WIFTH FELLERS V
engraved message.

t DEAR ABBY: This is being written by FOUR women who 00 .

I are all in agreement on a neighborhood problem. There is a CONFIDENTIAL TO "RELIEVED": The letter to which J I

i young, widowed woman in our neighborhood who is very well you refer could not have concerned jour husband. It did not >+ I X11..N i:: )) ]

proportioned. She strings a clothesline across her FRONT come from any of the cities you mentioned. :.. i

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harmful or helpful our rl)
society? And how much 7:05 O Ranger Hal
0r influence does it have on 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo

the individual? Newsman 9:00 O Divorce Court
Harry Reasoner narratesa O Bachelor Father / WITH A GORGEOUS
series of dramatic vignettes Q Romper Room CANT WEAR A HAT THAT I FIGURE AND A CUTE
which explore var- 9:30 O People Are Funny VDU HATE YOUR I V FROCK,WHO SAYS
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aspects HORNS
CD Jack LaLanne
both as it exists today 10:00 O Say When I; ''. MAID ? 4
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Script by John Keats, author -: D Waldo Norris < 6 '- F .t

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the Picture Window.
murder of an unarmedman
O I Love Lucy
.j 5:00 O Best of Groucho I on Houston. Houston: O NursesDrama"The 11:00 O CD ConcentrationO ua L-& \I 1
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Forever Child," by Price Is Right
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Jack Elam. Ida Goff: + o o I
Alvin Boretz. The Man- 11:30 Q CD Missing Links b LUG I
5:30 O Newscope ; Wickes.
Mary O Pete And
nings reject Mrs. Thorpe'ssuggestion Gladys 0 0
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Weather O What's New that they send 12:00 Q CD First Impression

.' )1 6:00 0 Sunshine Almanac 8:00 O This Week-Interview their mentally retarded O Love Of Life .
daughter Amy to Dr. 12:25 O News
8:15 0 Chats On Writing
Weather 8:30 O D Dr. Kildare Mrs. Thorpe: Shirl Con- ConsequencesO JtANIE! CALLED WHEN I WAS 1 TEANIE CALLED ME AFTER \HE'S LYING
Cronkite "Tomorrow Is a Fickle way. Miss Lucas: Zina Search For Tomorrow WAS AT YOUR OFFICE LATE THIS \ CALLFROAA "WAS ON HIS WAY OVER TO : ,
'J 6:30 O News-Walter Girl." by James F. Grif- Bethune. Dr. Lowry. Ste 12:45 O Guiding, Light AFTERNOON WHEN JEAN IE TANG 1 JEANIE7 HER APARTMENT..THAT p j
O Operation Alphabet fith. Cardiac patient Car phen Brooks. 12:55 Q CD News PHONED THERE ASKING FOR '-:.. SHE WAS AFRAID .Ir'

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,,a* 'Brinkley lot about medicine, and News O Midday : !

1' 7:00 O Rifleman"Heller" Chase is he sets up a practice O Local News (Color) CD Local News igN 1
When without a license. : 11:25 O Movie 1:05 CD Match Game rT

:,. caught breaking into the "The Pursuit of Happiness. 1:15 O Focus Interview F. /
triesto O Children Growing t4 iJIiI
I' general store, Lucas "
During the American 1:30 Q Science I
find out what turned 9:00 O Perry Mason 1. I \ 1
Revolution, a musi- O As the World Turns .
rob- "The Case of the Bare- .fr
the youngster into a cian is drafted into one of HD Ernie Ford 1
Chuck Con- faced Witness" is rerun,
ber. Lucas the Hessian regiments 2:00 O CD Let's MakeA =:
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McKay stay
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out of ex-convict FredSwan's
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Crawford. David: Dan way-at least until the colonists in their fight 2:25 O CD News I i JJI 1,. ) I' HUMAN-N I
Bechtol she can find the stolen WELL,LAST WEEK I ill'VDUTOLDME WELL, fM ONLY II
I Grady. Andrew : against the British. Fran- 2:30 O CD DoctorsO FIVE AND i SURE I CAM MAKE A MISTAKE I
he asked her to
Peter Whitney. Muriel: K. money cis Lederer, Joan Bennett, House Party MR.BUMSTEAE>, )V FIVE ARE iMz SIX AND FOUR LIKE ANYBODY ELSE
for him. Mason HOW MUCH
T. Stevens. Raymond Burr. Della: Charles Ruggles, Mary 3:00 O CD Loretta YoungO F/VEANO 3' 1t
k O Buckskin Bob Boland. To Tell The Truth FIVE? 5u _. P
Barbara Hale. Drake
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u "B h o w ani Junction." William Hopper. Carson 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say! .v. -T--- T (, cc ti.l 6

Three men vie for the O Folk Festival FRIDAY O Edge of Night ISNN

love of a half-caste In- 9:30 Q CD Hazel 6:00 O SlimnasticsO 4:00 O Match CameO

dian girl during the turbulent O Science Reporter Sunrise Semester Secret Storm-Serial Q J Ms.

years after world 10:00 O Kraft Suspense 6:15 I O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals Z '
War II. Ava Gardner, Theater-Drama (Color) 6:30 O World CivilizationO 4:25 B News v a._
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Stewart Granger, Bill "A Cause of Anger. A Pastor's Study 4:30 Q Burns and Allen q I a

Travers, Abraham Sof- private detective, drivinga 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O Super Car i 3 3CQ tic

aer, Peter Illin. nurse and a mentally 6:40 Living Words CD Mqvie : :.IV b"a

7:30 CD Temple Houston disturbed boy to an East- 6:45 D Hi Neighbor "Gigantis, The Fire Mon
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WASHINGTON Just bc-|to, they think we're holding out a reception of 2,000 members of button hop up and down. Since 1" I

cause we lived in France for 14 'on them. So we've decided to the diplomatic corps and press.1 you are staring at it, you keep
years, people are constantly violate a friendship of years We were standing in line as he ''j F TVS (OKSUL M15T .A><3 YOU WILL WI1Y SHOULD FS? THE F VEZ MAY Do,7'CR, TI'UE r CAN BE 0HAVS
and reveal what Gen. de Gaulle nodding your head up and downto PREPARE A REPORTDcTCR MSNT1CN THS AAV HUSBAND I CAUSED H'S Y3U WIUU \ AJTCPf/ WITHOUT .
to us and saying, walked by and he stopped in I 1 PERMISSION
coming up follow his conversation and ,APART ON THE CEATH CPA POISON ANGLE, PEA CFJUN3LE DEATH/BUT AN 6IV IS MV
'What is Gen. de Gaulle up to?" really has on his mind. front of us and asked in French, ,I therefore FROM REV.YR'S U 5.C1T1zEN... T3TH LOCAL WFEVER... AUTOPSY WILL YOURAND I REFUSE.
We first met Gen. de Gaulle "Do I he thinks you are' ', CONCERN ABCITR'cD POLICE, OFeoazsie. REYEAL. PCi5CN, REPORT Ti) OWE IT.,
that have know all the
If we reply we no I you peoplein ?
agreeing with him. Many diplomats Q AY1ATk N... ... iF AMY '
Idea what Gen. de Gaulle is up in 1961 at the Elysees Palace at j this room?" have been caught this way per

"Oui, mon general," we re and have regretted the consequences r j
d GRAB SATIN i later. .
1 t s plied. 1
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t ered that it is not what
28.Caviar HAD ROVE E R S And so we can honestly say Gen. de O
t 1.Late snack 29.Cone I T I S P1 A R SF we have not only seen Gen. de ,Gaulle says, but what he didn't T
;,F 4.Shade 30. fixed VENUS N A T U R E Gaulle, but we've spoken to say, which was important. He II _
,1' 7. Inlet charge EREnow LuNEL didn't say for example, that he 4/a :

i 11.Fortify 31. Droop GRIP B 15 A him.From this lengthy encounterwe planned to keep Great Britainout

12.River. Sp. 32.'Pagan ORC OGRE TOT can give an honest assess- of the Common Market, or

: 13. Seed 35.34.Chemical Buuons'p A L A S E N S I L E ment of what Gen. de Gaulle is I that he would continue to test I
coating E L e M I his bomb,. or that he would recognize
14.Crystallized suffix ST E E D up to. In the give and take of -
t carbon 36.Black bird NEWTS S 0 W S a frank conversation such as Red China, or that he "ILLez: I C3APLAW; whirs wapg0Na NOT N THAT
M'Maza .
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16.Drip 37.Domino would visit South America. IF YOU E.'EL '
above the General
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said what his
exactly was on
18. Fish 44.Helm 49. Amer. And yet we had the feeling
4.Wear away mind, and we' in turn told him talking to him that he intendedto a A"'7 WAFT a'
20.Trite general
position S.
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22.Commit 45. Compete DOWN 6. Dress exactly what we thought We do all those things. The in- _p..l_ ChtJ GALL E c_ : ii /
perjury with 1.Stripling maker think he respected us for it. flection in his voice when he --... Ns NIGi4TCl 1 ,,, g
26. Four-Inch 46. Diving bud 2. Bomb)'x 7. Biblical spy The first thing you must realize said, "Do you know all the people == ; :'." .IT
measure 47.Legal paper 3. flower that 8. Seaweed if you want to understandGen. in this room?" left no doubtin !sr' 9J
27.fare Thorough-abbr. 48.Obsolete never fades; 9. Byway of de Gaulle is that he is very our mind that he. intended to

t : railways poet. lO.Wapid 15.Pinochle tall, and can usually see over continue a course of unilateral ___ 4 g\ i
-' Z3 4 34/ 7 B 10 score everj body's head. Most people action even at the cost of di- I f 3.14G !i
J have to look to him and he :
19.OH ing up viding the West. : aREMEMBERSONA
I' /s 13It 20.Footwear in turn must look down on ev- .rvi... t
14 15 / 21.Tight erybody. When we spoke to him We also feel that our responseof = E *'

23.First our nose came up to the third "Oui, mon general" had some -

r/// 'l/// '17 ''l'/ 18 19 = f"/. 7_ 24.25.Part Snares played button of his tunic, which put effect on his future plans.:After MY PEW \iiittl ,

'II 'II 'I/ 27. us at somewhat of a disadvan- all, we happened to be an American ..PON'T I PROMISE. re n I
2011 Zi 23 2+ ZS' 30.Accept Fish's ,tage. We have always believedyou journalist and had we 5PEK MORE THMV.AVE HERB;
It 27 2* propeller can never trust a man who, said, "Non, mon general," he .22. MINUTES WITH USA.
= 31. Ebb doesn't look you straight in the' might have changed his ideas. I sV
19 30 31 33.Bare Many people have spoken to
Vh V./: eye. H s'e .
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22 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 19, 1964 (

I SPECIAL NOTICES 14 Waterfront Property

Quiz Answers CAR STALLS Memorial Set Things

A From 26 Dex-A-Diet! ). New name. same WANT.AD RATESPH.
Page UF formula, only ,ec. Geneva's Drug 30 minutes from Gatnesvffl.
NO GAS Today at Store 37 N. Main St. Palatka Road. Clear sand feet
$ 1. Eighty five persons were killed 3728441for torn lake. Good beach front
In the crash of a plane carrying tour- HILLCREST
Memorial Park. Choice moss covered tr***.
ists to Nevada casinos and ski resorts. lot. 2 graves. Call FR 2-0513

,k,l The mountains.plane hit a peak In the (4) Sierra NO TANKMIAMI For Willingliam days.anytime Sunday. After 4 week Call WALTER 374-5394 STUBBS INC

2. Lung cancer caused the March 2
death of the wife of (2) Mayor Wagner the DUE to divorce I have a like Classified OnlyDEADLINES
service for
k of New York. BEACH, Fla. (AP- A memorial new 1964 model ZIg Zag Automatic WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
p 3. President Johnson discussed policies sewing machine that Reg. Broker soecalUtng in
The rented sedan driven by GuyV.
late Dr. James W. Willingharn LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE
: toward trade with Cuba with visiting does everything. We would like
1 official Harold Wilson. who is the Whitner Jr. of Newberry some to take AGE. 3 miles No. of Meirote.
one up paymentsof
(5) 'leader of Britain's Labor Party. is scheduled today at the Uni- GR 52911.BEAUTIFUL.
Ic, 4A federal |jury at Chattanooga S.C., stalled in the driveway of $6.00 per mo. Ph. 372-2051. Tues. thru Fri. papers-S pjn. Day before publication
found James Hoffa guilty of two counts versity of Florida for 4 p.m. IF you went to fly. and can afford For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 am. Sat. lot on The Suwnne
I of lury tampering. Hoffa Is the president a Miami Beach hotel little more than gas and For ads to go In Mon. paper-I pjn. Sat. River. at Rock Bluff. Call 3744140. -

1 of the (1) Teamsters Union. oil. Inquire immediately. Opento
5. In the 11-natkxt U.N. Security Dr. Willingham, an associate (Minimum ad 4 lines)
Whitner checked the gas limited number only. Flight CLEARED. fenced 94x200 lot en
C Council. where a vote was taken on a I of instructions available. Meeting C clear. sand bottom lake 21
professor forestry, was one
plan to set up a Cyprus peace force gauge. Empty! p.m. Friday, March 20th and FAMILY RATES miles from town. $1,000 cash.
n) members voted unanimously for the
who died in March 27th at 1860 N.W. 44th Phone 374-2342.
of the
plan. William Ben- passengers Ave.. Gainesville. or come 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c IN
thet; More than 30.000 persons fled Hotel doorman the crash of a South Central time at your convenience. any- 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line
homes because of eruptions of.the way called a service station to InsertIonS .............................................. 17c line
t I Villarrica volcano In (2) Chile. at Airlines plane as it took off 12 Insertions ............................................... 14C line
7. The United States announced
then 8 Child Care
the Geneva disarmament conventionthat deliver some gasoline Bay Sitters Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat.. earned

It will invite an International agency opened the small door that hides from the Gainesville Airport last x number of Insertions.
to maintain permanent inspection of TINY. TOT
one of Its largest (5) nuclear power re the gas cap-and stared in dis- month. You

;t actors.8. An annual candlestick award rep. belief.t PLAY SCHOOL 5 Five letter words per line

resenting the tribute "she would rather No gas tank. The service, sponsored by faculty Visit us and see for yourself.
light a candle than curse the darkness. 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7eOtt.
has been Initiated in honor of (2) Eleanor Police picked up the tank 18 students, staff and alum. Same as J lines
I Roosevelt.i PLANNED program awaits your 8 Pt. ordinary type To
*. Mrs. India Edwards former vice blocks and nine traffic lights ni of the University's School of pre-school youngster at JACK

!i chairman of the Democratic National & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 1 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines
Committee. was among (3) 10 women away."I Forestry, will be conducted in Music programs educational type
named to U.S. government posts by can't understand how the film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon.-FrL;
President Johnson. the Auditorium of McCarty Hallon 1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3900. Same as 4 lines ReachPeople
10. Crown Prince Constantine becamethe car ran that far without a 1 18Pt.D4 ordinary type
new king of Greece when his fath tank said the campus. Presiding will CHILD CARE. S3 per week. Babysitting
er. King Paul. died of complications 40c an hour. Anytime.
that set In after an operaton for (1) a be Wayne Haines of the Florida Phone 372-7601.
I I stomach ulcer. 24 Same as 5 lines
I I Egg Market Forestry Alumni. WILL BABYSIT In my home any. \ L. ordinary type .
NOTICE TO DEFEND DOJACKSOVILLE I time. any age child. Pnone
: STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 376-8147. 140 N.E. 8th Ave.
Eliza Denton. Gilbert Denton Henry (AP) The
Denton. Rachael Denton, James DAY care for children In my home.
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
Northeast Florida Egg Market NW section. FR 29741.Employment. ReadyTo
Ella Tucker.
Denton. Amy Denton.
incorrect insertion, nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement -
I Samuel C Tucker Lois Tucker Clau- HELPYOUR to a extent than the cost of the
I .dia Tucker. Clara Tucker Willie A. prices to retailers: greater space occupied
151 by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will
Tucker Carew Tucker. Mitt* Den-
ton. and Rachael Denton Haile M any Extra large 46-47, mostly 47; No LongerNeed be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of

\ or all of said Defendant or Defendants large 42V&-43, mostly 43; medium the advertisement.
living and If or all of said
% 39 small 34-
38-40 mostly
Defendant or Defendants are ;
the unknown spouse heirs devisees The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or ,.-
grantees creditors or other par 37, mostly 34. SUN BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS I lectlng any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to
ties claiming by. through under at farms: fryers 14; change the classification of any advertisement from that er- Buy
Poultry Earn to $5 hour demon-
; or against any such deceased Defendant up per dered to conform to the policy of the paper.
I or Defendants. If alive and If hens light 6-6%. strafIng famous Studio Girl B
Cosmetics. Full Part Time.
i dead their unknown heirs CARRIEREvery
Phone 376-4336 after LEARN
grantees, legatees; and all. parti* IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY -
having or claiming to have any rlgrt JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA up to $50 a week. Full or

I title. ,or Interest in and to the property IN PROBATE.IN Sun carrier part-time. No soliciting or collect' 13-Help Mate or Female Use .
herein described. to wit: RE: ESTATE OF Iraq car neccessary. Call FR 6- 27 Feed <.& Fertilizer
The West One-Quarter (W'; ) of Lot JOHN DUDLEY REEVES. JR. salesman is "in business 1968.
Seven (7) In Section Nine (9)), Township Deceased.To .
CAFETERIA counter man or woman
Ten (10) South. Range NIne- All Creditors and Persons HavIng for himself. He LOOK S5.95 Your watch cleaned Dar
needed. Apply College Inn. FERTILIZER
teen (19) East Lying and being In plus $3.00 filled band SS.M per Person
Against gold
Claims Demands ;
Alachua County. Florida less the Said Estate: buys his papers at Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR 1728 W. Univ. Ave. No phone 5555-yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376-
West fifty (50) feet thereof for a You and each of you are hereby notified wholesale and sells WATCH REPAIR. 113 N. MainSt.
road right-of-way. and required to present any Mr. Otts. FR 6-7137.
I You and each of you are hereby se- claims' and .demands which you or them at retail. The Wanted
Help 28 Livestock &
Clifton. SuppliesFOR
vereally notified that Charles the 2 SENIOR beauticians. good work' To
his Complaint in either of you. may have against difference his profit.
Jr. has filed sworn estate of JOHN DUDLEY REEVES. is ing conditions. Group Insurance.
I the Circuit Court of Alachua County' JR., deceased. late of said County to Reply Box 375-A Gainesville Sun. SALESMAN. Man interested In Insurance
I Florida. against and each of you SALE 3 old
you of Alachua County. Give name & Tel. no. & how field with auto. Good year Guernseymilk
the County Judge
as Defendants. seeking to quiet the office In the court long lived In Gainesville Fla. training Phone *R 2-0932, cow. nice bull calf. Fresh-
title to the above described real sr-o-I Florida. at his His full weekly profit salary. ened March 11th, $225. 2 year PersonWant
perty located in Alachua County.. house of said County at Gainesville the SECRETARY part-time for politIcal 8-9 A Me Friday all day. old Jersey heifer 1st calf $190,
calendar months depends
FlorIda.You Florida within six upon ) candidate. Pleasant personality freshened Feb 1st. FR 2-1UC.- .
.' are further notified that the return I from the time of the first publI- of college degree preferred. dealership. average 63826EXCELLENT.
; day of this Notice to Defend Is cation of this notice. Each claim or prompt payment every Please call only between 1 3 $100 weekly. Phone 372-7117.

April 13th 1964. and yau shall on said i demand shall be in writing and shall customer he serves. Next p.m. FR 20013.LASSITER. registered Yorkshire
date serve a copy of your defense If state the place of residence and MASON PHARMACEUTICALSALES boars, 5 months old. Phone FR
any. upon Lowry & Andrews. Attorneys -: post office address of the claimant. time your Sun carrier 6-5365
for Plaintiff. whose address Is and shall be sworn to by the claim calls. him CLERK for seafood market. 140 DETAIL :
P. O. Box 390 Gainesville. Florida ant his agent. his attorney and .pay promptly. a week. 422 NW 8th Ave. .. i
and immediately thereafter file the orIginal any such claim or demand not so filed He'll appreciate it. AYERST LABORATORIES offersan CHESTNUT mare medium, spirited
of same In the Office of the shall be void. WANTED housekeeper for elderly excellent opportunity for an riding horse good with cat-
Clerk of the Circuit Court; otherwise The Atlantic National Bank of couple $15 per week and room intelligent and alert salesmanIn tie $200. Chestnut gelding 2 yr.
a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered Jacksonville FloridaAs & board. Waldo 468-1752. Mr. a well-established territory old needs more training SltO. !
against you.WITNESS. executor of the Last Will (Oiaiut5Uilk Blrt. Box 4, Hampton. Fla. In Miami. Requirements: prefer- Or. will exchange for gentle riding Ads :
one of the Honorable and Testament of ably college degree In the sciences horse suitable for childrenSee
r Circuit Judges of this Eighth Judicial John Dudley Reeves. Or Use or allied field and sales after 4 P.M. or anytime
START YOUR OWN career In an
Circuit of Florida as well as the JR.. deceased weekends. Ph. FR 2-9067. \
Clerk of the Circuit Court all on the Lazonby. Dell. Graham Willcox & exciting business with unlimited experience preferred. Age 24-
10th day of March. A. D. 1964.J. Barber opportunities for advancement as 35. Company training program I
B. CARMICHAEL, iUtt an Avon Representative. Call excellent salary plus monthly i
Post Office Box 123
CLERKBy Gainesville. Florida Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421. commissions expenses, companycar I ILines
and outstanding Insurance
Emily Waterhouse First publication March 12, 1964.
I WAITRESSES *, cashier age 18- program. Please call Mr. Mock
Deputy Clerk 4
(3159) 3:12 19. 26; 4:2 CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3
(3156) 3:12 19. 26; 4:2 35. experience necessary. ApplyIn between A.M. & 5 P.M. at the beautiful Easter gifts select
person Aunt Jemima's Kitchen. Holiday Inn In Gainesville.
yours early. Mrs. Ballentine
1614 NW 13th St.
I OPPORTUNITY for full time I .2005 E. Univ. Ave.CHIHUAHUA .
CAPABLE personable secretary, Rawleigh Business In West Ala
Little FolKS' byCeorgeLinzmayerJr proficient In shorthand. typo chua Co. or part Gainesville. STUD SERVICE .
; ing meeting public. If not qual- Products sold here over 40 NEEDED WirHIN 10
ified please do not apply. See years. Car necessary.. No cash
Mr. Jennings or Mr. Webb aft. Investment required. For personal DAYS.Call .
er 2 p.m.. Citizen's Bank. 110 interview write Seles 376-902 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
JI BUT YOU IM _: ..8U1' 'YOU wotlT' COI.Dt E. Univ. Ave.SECRETARY Manager Rawlelgh (FAC-320- and 372-5121 after 4 p.m. &. week.

WONT FIND DE 5OM REA '1 302) Memphis. Tenn. ends. 1
wanted evperlen-
t c THSM THERE! 'c z FRoM ced in using IBM typewriter GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg 10 :
equipment. Must be sable to 16-Work Wanted Female istered. Pedigreed, X-ray parents.
: use shorthand efficiently. Experience Guaranteed. FR 6-2380.
t absolutely necessary.
L1 > 73 i4' Write box 376-A Gainesville Sun. EXPERIENCED Medical Technician FOR sale purebred Pointer bird
i : desires position with private dog puppies. Call FR 6-3300.
Sell Fastwith practicing doctor or laooratory. -
T 12 Male Help Wanted Phone 4-2741. COCKER Spaniel puppies. AKC Days
reg. $35. "Little Beauties". Also
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical AM giving up lob to spend more Stud service & grown dogs for
: condition 21 to 35. Married} time with my baby. Must. sale. Call 481-2342.
must be bondable. High school therefore give up excellent
education preferred. Apply 204 maid. Call Jean 376-1183 for FOR sale 2 Dalmatian dogs. Male
SW 5th St. name and reference. and female S50 for both. Call $200 !
Personto FR 44539HEALTHY I

_. -t. WANTED at once experienced TV 17 Work Wanted Male
puppies. Collie. Beagle.
6 __ and Pohongraph repair man.
Salary open. Reply to Box: 373-A Basenil mixtures. $12 each.
PREMIUM BEEF Gainesville Sun. SUMMER lob wanted will be In Call FR 2-1987.
SWIFT'S 11th grade 5' 10", weight 160 !
MOVING VAN DRIVERS and helpers Ibs., IS years old. Good grades. 2 PUREBRED Beagles for sale. 1
local work experience In Will do anything. 3713 SE 14th male & 1 female 4 weeks old.
: PersonWANT moving desired. but not neces Terr. Phone 372-7110 ask for $21 each. CaB FR 6-1076.
sary. Must have good referenceson Mitchell.
past work. Apply In own hand
writing to P. O. Box 436 Gainesville WANTS work. colored boy 14 33 LOTS FOR SALE
) flc Fla. yrs. old reliable honest. Con-
CHUCK: tact by phone FR 2-1611.
1 Ml. East of Magnesia Springs.
BOY wants |ob after school. 15 66 x: 193 lot. $200 cash. M. R.Tlttle. .
BUYER years of age. If Interested please Rt. 1, Box 11IG Gaines-
LB call FR 2-7874. vllle Fla.

ADS MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR 100 x 100 LOT. trees ready to
18 Schools 6' Instructions build NW sect. on paved St. in

North Central Florida Depart. city limits. Restricted. Reason-
ROAST ment store has opening for experienced able. Phone FR 2-0912 before I
Men's and Boy's Wear 1 1st Lesson FreeHarvey's A.M. or after 5 P.M.

Buyer. Salary $400 to $600 per
Real Estate
month plus Bonus. Apply In FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
person or writing. giving complete LICENSE COURSEHOWEWS
211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-3507 For
ment Store Inc. Gainesville. top quality workmanshipcall

4. 12 Mole Help Wanted 372-3727.22 Special Services GAINESVILLE 372-6142

LINES "LIKE NEW" That's what you'll
MARRIED man age 25-55 for combination say about clothes cleaned at 15M N.W. 13th St.
Insurance debit. Experience AIR-WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 Chef Paulson Owner
helpful but not essential. hr. service; free pickup and Free Estimates-PICK ve end
Call 372-7167 for Interview. delivery; AIR-WAY costs less; delivery.
202 S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. !
FRESH PORK SALESMAN wanted: Attractive

proposition to Insurance salesman I

Ribs 3 $100 1 10 SALESMAN, 374-3507 or real for for sales estate appointment.and salesman.Call service.. SERVICESHome

Spare LBS. DAYS Married and Singer commission.Company man preferred..Apply 216 West Manager Salary UnIversity 1


BOYS to sell pepsi colas at the And
game at Fla. Field. Sat., March BusinessADVERTISE
FRESH LEANGround 21st. Contact Mr. Tanner. Pepsi

I ONLY Cola Plant 1950 NE 27th Ave.

ROUTE SALESMAN. experienced; IN THE Building & Repair Serve Mortgage Broker ,

cigar and candy preferred. established SERVICE DIRECTORY:
Beef 3 LBs.I00 route; Gainesville or :
$2 Palatka area. Cash bond required. DONS GLADYS Smith Realtor, FHA if
Must live In territory work- Building t. Repair Service. and conventional loans. Lew
ed. Apply Lewis Candy & Tobacco FR 4807 rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 ;'
Co.. 314 W. South St.. Or- W. Univ. Ave. 372-533.
lando. Fla. ,I

a special flatcharge RETAIL SECURITY MAN must PAINTING Ii
: -
p.- Seminole BreakfastBACON [ be over 21 years old experience 5MAU.. bulldozer loader, dump
service noncommercial needed national concern, trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top
r- "ERSHEY's good salary & benefits. Start soil. Phone FR 2-7S44. INTERIOR Exterior painter can do
users only.
ShorteningSWIFT'NING Gainesville are a. Excellent it for you. 23 years experience.for I
chance for advancement for BULLDOZERS .. Dragline, Back free estimate call Mr.
CLASSIFIEDDial right person. Send resume to hoe. wheel tractors, motor Gammon.
SUGAR Box 37 -A, c/o Gainesville Sun. grader. Free estimates. W. G. 372.5829
I (Buck) Johnson, FR 604219.

39 PAINTING Also Screens repaired
lb. IS-Help Mat or Female.Exp. .
CarpentryGRADY window glass I replaced. Phone
I I 2-3-lb. cans 376.4672 FR 61212.EXPERT __

secretaries salary: open CABINET WORKS painting. Interior exter.lor I
Cashier-hestKS. attractive Custom built cabinets and moldings no |lob too small. Quick serv
White houseKeeper S25 wfc. refinishing and spray ice. Reasonable rates call Mr.
END Announcements Bookkeeper. salary open Air ConditioningART painting. Gammon. I
$1 49CCHOPS ExPo ExPo mechanics Waitress salary comm. 1533 E.Phone University 372-tT13 Avenue 372.5829

1 Store trainees hi schl. grad. BALL" Air conditioning SER DIR APPL REPAIRS -

2 CARD OF THANKS Off.Tree trainee.surgeon hi foreman schL grad.$2 hr.Auto (refrigeration.Hot Air-Hot water Ph.) 372-14S5.heating, and 15 Cosmetics RemodelingNEED f

salesman. Exp.
man Years Experience. An HOUR OF BEAUTY will make
Short order grill
f (LIMIT: On. with : 3 LOST & FOUND Insurance trainee, $100 wk. a "new you" at MERLE NORMAN
(LIMIT: Two with i Co. ServiceFRED COSMETICS STUDJO. A.NEW Florida roomwc5r.po.1.
39 Route salesman. Levy Appraisal
.. $5.00 Order of Motel' lb. $-.OO Order or More) ._, LOST: Red male hound, licenseno. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Learn professional make-vp .?. Call patio.,now screened-ln and get H porch"etc. done
; 410. name Red. Call FR 120 SE 1st Ave. secrets by trained beauty ex.perts. -
.fJJI. Phone 374-1234 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR for the turnover month Call
i---- MAN er woman for part-time B. ARNOLD 2-3124. 372-804 after S P.M. for free
LOST: Pair of ladles white pre- collection work. Must have REALTOR estimates.
scription sun glasses In black credit experience. Apply In person REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA
Red & Whiht hap Our Value Cream Slyls Beacon leather FR 4-4777.pouch. Reward. Phone J. M. Fields Credit Dept. 121* W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 372-3522 FIREEXTINGUISHER IS THE

Appliance Sales and Service
CORN Lake, near The Point. Phone FREE ESTIMATES. DIAL,
AH of Fire
types Extinguishers
FR 2-57M. Reward. 372-74 OR 374-lt3 NOW.
8 tall SALESMENNo Pick up and delivery serviceC _
cans $1 Gallon 39 A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP R. Thomas Ph. 37441*
7 ,cans 4 Personalised.Services Age Limit First in Air Conditioning and Gainesville Fla Upholstery
Appliance Repairs. FR 4-C247.

I WANTED by Certified Electricto
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention and Serv. Mortgage BrokerFHA furnituo at
call en commercial Parker Appli. UPHOLSTER your *
Red & White Tomato 46-ox. can Supper All FlavorsJUICE..3ccns79 to nervous or etderty. Industrial acounts. With two reasonable prices. Call Sally.
I Easy Way Driving SchooL FR line of flourescent Expert MaJor Appliance Serv- and convention at lowest ex--ced. Fit .......
< COLA. 5 cans 49* 2-7002. Uc. by State of Fla. cump4ete and ice. Prompt. Efficient t. current rates. Terms to 25
Incandescent lamps.
life Courteous 3724224. years. Will gladly discuss at no
IN GAINESVILLE. ITS fuses. A quality tang obligation. Call tomorrow. SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS
GDI'S PHARMACY line and a competitive short J. W. KIRKPATRICK, Realtor
U. S. NO. 1 NOBODY UNDERSELLS MEATA1lAMAPOTATOES 114 Central Plaza life line. Industrial experience Auto Equipment 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-1494 I de sewing of alt
OUR ADVERTISED PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN EFFECT (next to Wlm-Dlxie) preferred car essential, .. Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
JACKS reouill fc FRED B. ARNOLD kinds
THURSDAY TO THE NEXT For prescriptions It cosmetics permanent position.SALARY HYDRAULIC
FROM ONE I.D.L. DRUGSTORE exchanged; Repair krtstar REALTOR C. Asbeit 3436 N.W. tub TeM

Walker Jacks.- Factory authorized FHA AND CONVENTIONAL rece 372-OI.S5.
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE 121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Sewing Machine Repair.
50 lb. bag 1.89 SACRIFICE equity in iie new Main FR 2-1497 MORTGAGE MONEY

_ _ 144 model white automatic Zig AND BONUSESNo 5V4 per cent Interest. Terms to
Zag sewing machine in Console 25 years. CALL-SEWING
. cabinet.: Does everything. Reason Auto Glass BUY BUILD REFINANCECall VICE CO. 115 W. University
New Hours for selling leaving town April experience In lamps Ave. 374-1075. We repair atMafcea.

1st. Assume payments. 4JS per necessary. Wonderful oppor- AUTO GLASS is our only bus- 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR .1-2511 _. Worn fully qu.r.M
OPEN month. Balance S43. Phone 3742351. I tunlty ,for further advance- ness. Immediate Installation Dan Byrd
tt"P& after 4 JO pan. ment. For personal Inter- free pickup .. delivery. Add WINDOW CLEAN I H3
9 A.M. view call H. S. Valentine beauty & value to your car. Sun Want Ads
FOR SALE T x 10pool; 10Schwein Wednesday or Thursday f MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. ,
I SUNDAYS -.. girl's bicycle training I and 4. Holiday Inn. Room 15 323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-2551. WINDOWS and waxed cleaned., houseS floors waited clean H

p 9/A.M. to 1 P.M. Next merman. DIRECTORY Phone FR 2-555

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,, ,; 1 LINES mw Clean' Ut'the Closets' & Utility' Rooms Now-Pickup extra cash Sorry, this offer Limited to Non-Commercial advertiser

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I'; :: II 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole

: I I I Shadow Lawn Estates
CLASSIFICA'TION INDEX Pattern NO DOWN I Custom-built borne that look
N.W. 3 BR. bath, I
i NO qualifying FHA financing. 4 11 ROOM house. IVi bam 7 tire- refrlg. IMPORTANIANNOUNCEMENT I custom-built. If you are tiredI
\ places. on V* Mk. lot. across, carpeting. S1L80Q. FR >- OM or .
BR., 2 baths. low down paySmont. PAYMENTNew I borne with that aub-divi-
300 NE 12th St. 372-450. from Civic Center. McIntosh U6OO. 52$ NW 34th Terr. Cooperative apartments to. I ion look. see

ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE Main St. Mr. Harmon. $12400. be built to Gainesville. For I F. D. Oliver Bldr.Ph. .
1 la BtemerUBB NEW 3 bedroom CCB S8"!. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2bath. information call FR 6-2911 3 BR, J full Ills baths. I FB t-t06t
S Card ., mini 11 Wanted to B.r I $450 down. $45 month. Phone 113 NW 25th St. Near campus. 3 Ig. Fla. Rm. Ig. utility or write: Fla. Rm- Central' heaL S115 I West en NW 39th AT*. past
S Lost Fe.U a Machinery Teals Day 495-2441 Night FR 4-O11. BR. den. central. heat. $450 area. Separate living Rm. dining per month. I the Glen Spring tnterieeU -
4 Pcraoaalised Servlees a BalUJBf Materials down. $80 mo. to FHA qualified and kitchen. Wall to wall carpe P. O. Bex 13956 .. Ie. left.
372-9569 tlf e*
I Travel bformaUea .4 Houehal Deeds HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- Buyer. 372-7149. In living room. Glass sliding Gainesville Flo.

< Special Jll'e ... C3 A.U.... Bath, central heat with fire- door leading to large 16' by 24' Pork
7 FlariataBaar M Mlac. Par Bate place. NW 47th Terrace. Price patio. Fenced in beck yard. car- University
t a Sitters. Cifld Car n Trading Fists S15.MO. NO CLOSING COSTS port. and storage area. 1325 NE
a PUooa '1'. Go AadThln a S Articles Wanted CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR 12th Terr. 19500. Apts.
I ,. 1'. BaoAUTOMOTIVE It Fa.1 Oil Weeds9. 1-bath SE 44tfi Terr. S.500. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN

I Beata Maria E aly. I Payments $45 per mo. Perfect for' large young family HOMES
71 Camp .Hint Hah 2-BR i-bath SE 46th Terr. S&50Q. Nearly new 4-bedroom rambler. YOUNGAMERICA Built to your plans and specifications. JR.
,. Balea-Beatala 72 Offie atpnar* I $45 per mo. Established Built anywhere InAtacfiua ,
Airplane yard. Huge utility
'7S Maalea Mereaaa4Uae And also some trade-In Houses. County.TOMMY Homes. Lota. Income. Business
:: 77 MaaUo Bamea far Salt I Call FR 0-7460. room. Payments only $70.90 per and Lake Property
.I 78 Tracks far Sato I month plus low taxes and in- RIDGELL Farms and Acreage.E. .

V 7* Tracks If aateeV TMaafcaakat: OVER 1,400 Ft. plus carport and surance. Pay only $375 down. McCOY'SSPECIAL C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
50 Traatars Track Beatala porch. 3 BR. and study. 1. I Total price |lust 1296612. HOMESPRESENTS I 638 N. MAIN ST.

I ,.. 51 TriBe lentils 11 Lets far Sal bath attic fan built In drawers Call FR 2-4125 FR O2032 Broker FR C-6M4
SS Motorerclea Scooters HUGH INC.
34 Waterfront vanity and storage galore SO- EDWARDS. I
84 Aatoasobilo Repairs Property X140. Convenient to Metcalf I NE 16th Ave and 15th St. 372-1551 ,
89 Aatomoallos far Bate U Besets For tale Bishop Parochial Schools. SM : --
I 84 Sway Cars M Cottaf Far Sale Mo. V.A. 4% percent. FR 4-2775. NO DREAM-We can't sleep at
S7 Real Estate Exekaare4Beal night for thinking of this place For sale sin 24x32. Has to

I .. EDUCATIONAL at Estate Waited Gold fish. Camellias. Azaleas MODELSOPEN !tea moved from present feeation. -
at Oat of Towm Property LIKE THEWEATHER Banana Caa be oed as small
.. Shrubs in front yard. BUTLER BROS.
10 Til
18 Bahooto InatraeUes Dark
.. 4t Baitncii Properties I Beautiful oaks orange trees. carport home. Price $4250.00 Can Ger-
1> Masle. Daaetaff.M
Waated laitreeUoai 41 ResidentIal laeomo ? f:? f two car garage stables FEATURES : old or V. Q. McCoy. TR

,, 42 Farms Acreage You'll be comfortable In any large living room with fireplace. 2-3ML Office, corner N. Mala
EMPLOYMENT 41 Catered Property weather In this new 3-bedroom. dining room walk In pantry. Screened porches and 23rd Blvd. 1964 Paradeof

Mali 2-baths fully air' conditioned .- F Nearly 2.000 sq. ft. of living Custom kitchen cabinets
17 Work Wanted
..... II Work Waited Femalo RENTALS Hugh Edwards home. Built In space. 14 minutes from Gaines Oversized bathroomsPlus
kitchen Includes General Electricoven ville. PriceLow.IT'S .
I many other custom I
f .. 14 Sale Help Wanted 44 Cottages For Kent and range and refrigerator. featuresVA&FHA
I 13 Belp-Mala or Female 43 Famished Apia. Large laundry room. VA. FHAor i Vti VACANT-Phone FR 22511to Home Values
I ; 13 Mate Belp WantedDraal. 4< Unfurnished Apta. Conventional. see this 3 bedroom 2 bath I Norwood
47 Reuses for Beat Fan. home on large corner lot in
11 Female Belp. Wanted 48 Boesea for Kent Cafara. HUGH EDWARDS, beautiful residential area closeto

: 4. Rooms for Beat INC.NE a. schools and shopping. This TERMSWalking I Hope"H" 3 & 4 Bedrooms -
FARMS & LIVESTOCK M Betel KoomsSI home has large Florida room.

: 14 PUBS alpmeat HI... Rentals 16th Ave. and 15th St. S extra large kitchen with built-in distance t> elementary Inca :.
_, Z7 Feed 4k Fertiliser S1A Wanted To Beat FR 2-1551 .CI b>-. range and oven. 2 car carportand & Jr. High Schools. Shopping &
n 28 Livestock BappUea2S 8! Boarders Waited many other desirable fea We Trade Homes Palm View Estates

Landscaping- '1'.. loa U Otfiea Desk Spies tures. Priced at $22,000 with good Churches.YOUNG
80 Pata 4k Supplies 8* Basinets Rentals INSPECTNOW .5- financing available. i or Property
11 Livestock WnWFINANCIAL Fernwood ManorWestmorland

SERVICE Dial FR 22511 to see this 3 AMERICA 5ie

bedroom 2 bath home In desirable 5 Estates
SS Easiness Opportanltlas tl Special Services N.E. location on extra largelot. '
35 NW IsTH AVE.A .
87 Mane to Loam Z>: Hams I.pre..t.U Included are bvllt-tn range I The following are ready for
brand bath HOMES
NEW 4 BR. 2 -
I ,- 58 Herts-area ...,. TV Service and oven. dishwasher. disposal occupancy.
home. Every feature to delightthe
>8 Mosey Wanted II Appliaaeo Fatalists and 2 room air conditioner. FHA FHA Minimum Down
::: entire built-in
family. Pretty financed and to NW 34th & 7th Avenue 3707 NW 21st PI.
... elec. ready go.
kit. Intercom doubecarport 9007
.. --- system. Phone 372-7070 I 4 BR. 2 bam, $800 dn. $107
family room. one half DAN BYRDASSOCIATES per mo.i VA DownAsk
acre lot. Yard sprigged and SIZES == .. Nothing
35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sal
landscaped. More for your moneyat .
I I $25,000. 1424 WESTWOOO LITTLEWOOD I 1021 NW 40th Dr.

INC. Walking distance to schools. 3 E[ 3 BR. 1 bath $400 dn. $99.50 about home for
4147 NW 34TH ST. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline our paint your own
A HOME for Florida. Lg. open 2 BEDROOM house on :34 acres. Just outside City. Shaded lot ( 11TMiMl1Tf Jack DeYot Broker Heights. Study. hardwood floors e I per mo.
living area with walnut paneling Modern conveniences. West of r 100 X 244 fenced. 3 BR. baDen n/ Associates: built-in ranqe 4 oven. Cnt." payment.
built-in planters. 24 ft. Hampton. Owner. M. A. Payne. 'Or--'thn8It t:'heat. -Gorgeous ; Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway heat. Shaded back yard. Call374OM2. 14527 I & 4617 SE 1st PI.

sliding glass doors opening onto P. O. Box 026. Starke. Fla. kitchen. Priced to sell Christine Stone 4518 & 4608

2 enclosed baths, central covered air-condltlon-patio. 3 BR Phone 5643794.FOR quick at si .750. TAKE IT BREEZYI FR 2-2511 125 N.W. 13th Street 3 BR 1 bath, $500 SE2ndPI.dn. $41 Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
Member Multiple ListingBY 2 BR. CCB lit x 130 ft. lot, nice I
SALE BY 607 NW 19TH AVE. Why wilt? Whiz thru the sultriest I per mo.
Ing and heating. eat-In kitchen OWNER NW neighborhood.. Will take anything Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
with built-in stove dishwasher Section 3 BR 2 bath CCB. Designed by an Architect. 3 BR. summer days cool as an OWNER, Hibiscus Park Fin- I
of value for
and disposal. Close to schools. central heat built-in appliances. 2 bath Ocala block home. Pretty Ice cube In this princess sunner. ley School Area 3 Bedroom fin- equIty. assume pay 303 & 313 SC 33th St.304&3I4SE39thSt.
ments. Ph. 374-4847 372-0341, .
shaded lot. Florida room. Large Make It of cotton or Dacron with ished -
S2I400. NW 34th" Terrace. Large utility room. dbL carport upstairs. Fireplace. Phone
r p. Week dl': after 5. FR c-<94S. paved street. on sewer. Small LR with fireplace. Cent. heat. lacket. FR 20992.ANGLEWOOO. for Information. I\ i

down payment. FR 4-4774 after 4 Patio laundry room & den. $17.- Printed Pattern '007: Half 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths with Central 22 1 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $64 BUTLER BROS. Builders
500. .Good financing can be ar Sizes 14W, 16V*. 18V*. 20Vt, 22. by owner, 3 BR. 2 33! per me.re .
3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned p.m. heatinq and air condition.lisq.
ranged.UNIVERSITY. 24. Size 16 dress takes 4H bath. Price 17,800.. $800 down.
wall to wall carpeting Call 3722727. At 4123 N.W. Uth St. Phone ___ ,
a. throughout the home. Draperies. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 yards 39-Inch fabric. FR 4-7S2. ..IIIIIIIIIIII
central air'
bath. Central heat
i.. Situated on large wooded lot. I FIFTY CENTS In coins for this The following MATT MEADEN. Sales Manager
$1450. $1,000 down. : cond. Northwest. 11000. Call J. W. 4 BR. 2 baths CCB home. FHA are under construction -
I.Sale price
pa"em-add 15 cents for each
374-227. and will
$91.27 per mo. 1806 NW 38th ready
after S '
call 374-116 Weekdays
REALTY pattern for first-class mailing Will Inside & outside i for occupancy soon.
:. pm. Anytime on weekends. and special handling. Send to MarIan completely.paint For appointment to == Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048

I FRED 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. Martin Gainesville Sun. KirkpatrickAIRCONDITIONED see call 372-0481. i 3225 NW 29th Ave.
HAZEL HEIGHTSSee Pattern Dept., 232 West Uth St..
M. Munroe. Broker for the sum- i]i 4 BR. 2 bath $150 dn. $M2
and 3-bed- Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank New York 11. N. Y. Print plainlyNAME NEW Cement block home. completely i per mo.I .
our 4-bedroom mer weather that Is on the
with ,
homes with Roby. Roy McCann. T. <. Douglas furnished; On Lake Susan
I 2-bath CCB
.. room way. Entry hall lovely large
: 25 miles from Gainesville.
built-in electric stove and oven. Jr. living room. dining room family I 3224 NW 29th Ave.

Central heat city utilities.I 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. YOUR FREE PATTERN IS room with tile floor. three Low terms.down For payment.more Easy Information monthly i 3 BR, 2 bath, $750 dn. $102
I Wired for television and tele
2 Baths. Would like READY choose It from 250 bedrooms two tiled baths sky per mo -
I phone. Large yards completely equity call 377-tW after S pm.
Hazel Heights Is In REALTORECONOMY and take up payments. Call FR design Ideas In new SPRING- lighted kitchen. Reasonably
SUMMER Pattern Catalog lust priced. located In popular I NW Q
4-4730. Ave.
limits.I Equipped with Real Estate
the City 37 ExchangedFOR 13236
t sewer lines close to bus stop out Dresses. sportswear, coats Anglewood and ready for j 2 bath, $700 dn. $91
morel Send 50 cents now. your occupancy.LITTLEW000.Wsstwood.
low down payment. conven- NEW HOMESPriced
: ttonal loans. Located on North- sale or trade for farm or Wi
west 39th Ave. West of 13th 2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete from $12,700 to $18.000 area. acreage small house of 2 Br. 13301 & 3331
NO Four bedrooms baths livIng
v St. Shown by appointment MONEY DOWN VA 35 Houses for SaleBY two .
I block home with large screened & bath with green aluminum sidings NW 30th Ave.
phone FR 23826. pay only $100 closing room. family room parQUet
porch. Northwest location. 1.000 Best terms FHA floors. Priced at S15.250.00 like new. Near N.W. 39th 14 BR, 2 bath, $650 dn, $91 02
down and $65 per month. Full Free lifetime Swim Club Mem FHA evaluation with S14.75000 Ave. & 19th St. If interested =! per mo. =
$250 DOWN price 19.000.HARD. bership. Walk to>> Schools.. THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 loan possible for 30 years. call FR 23251 After t p.m. 83
BR CCB house tile bath, family -
1 BR frame house located on HUGH EDWARDS room. Call 372-8001 after 3 BR. 2 bath built-in kitchen. In i 3236 & 3224, ,
NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. TO FIND 5:30 P.M. FOUR BEDROOMS two baths need of home In Gainesville.Will "' 02 NW 30th AYe.
INC. are In this modern LIbby Heights consider equal trade or Your Good Luck Starts
NEW3BRIBATHHOMES Spilt level with only S450 down home with a large, separate BR, 2 bath $600 dn. $86
smaller. Call 622-3322
I and $73.52 a month In- CLOSE to schools. 3 Br. Itt bath. something 13 mo.
payment. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street dining room. The delightful
.. : $500 down. $65 month located on cludes dishwasher and disposal. carpeting. many extras In this with evenings & weekends. 620 FisherDr.
living room sliding glass
SE 45th Terr. Three bedrooms and two baths 372-1551 good home. 16000. 719 N.W. 19th doors leads out to a lovely ., Ocala. 3330 & 3320 When You Visit A

I Can FR 2-2372 or FR 2-533. and an easy walk to school.QUALITY Lane. patio setting' of shade trees.shrubs 38 Real Estate Wanted i NW 30th Ave.

GLADYS 3 LG. BR 2 bath panelled LR. and flower beds. A. 3 BR 1 bath, $550 dn $79Ji
SMITH fireplace attached garage, HW menltles Include central heat a per mo. .
TALK 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. and dishwasher a modern and kitchen disposal.with WANT TO BUY -5 Multiple Listing Realtor
NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500. -
home with screened porch and The Azalea Trill that Is This Is all In the
: ABOUT $450 d.p. FR 2-8851. yours 2 or 3 bedroom home with
Gainesville right Isn't
terrace. Excellent neighborhood. our $25,00000 price
range. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen -
I LOCATION Large built-in kitchen central City a lovely, sight? And doesn't NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 J. W. must be equipped. Central FOR RENT ",
heat. Situated on attractive landscaped It make you feel like a new and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB heat preferred. Must be priced J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, Realty
You 'wont find a better location lot on paved street. home? Let us show you our Impressive home. City water, lights and KIRKPATRICKREALTOR right with reasonable down pay. 124 SE 7th St. McKinney-Green-Deaton Realty
i University
than this pre-owned rambler. $i .eoo. selection of the finest sewers. Shown by appointment. ment. Write to Box 345-A 3 BR 1 Bath
I this City has to offer. John Merrill Agency Alachua! Assoc.
1 Your children can play In the Phone FR 23325.FIRST Gainesville Sun. I Year Lease $100 per Mo. Realty
large established yard or nearby ELEGANCE Member of Multiple Listing Tom Dobson Agency Arnold Realty
at the Metcalfe or Howard One. Is a quality home In North- TIMEADVERTISED 31 N. Main Phone 372-0404 Wilbur Bishop Realtor Dan Byrd Agency
Bishop school playground. 3- Wall to wall carpeting In large west complete with living room. ASSOCIATES 39 Out of Town Property
M. M. Parrish & Associates Arch Campbell. Realtor
bedrooms all featuring built-in living and dining rooms. Efficient separate dining room Florida Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell
wardrobes. 2-fully tiled tub baths. kitchen with stainless steel sInks. sun-room. large bedrooms tile 3 BR pre-owned home completely Capt. A. W. Reeee. USN. Ret. 6 ACRE wooded lot. 200 fr. ft. on | OPEN OUR FOR YOU HOMES TO ARE Fordyce Associates Red Franks. Real Estate

parquet floors. thruout. separate dishwasher built-in range and baths. Air-conditioning and central reconditioned. Fla. rm., re- AlA 35 mL N. of Daytona SEEING ENJOY Warner Weseman Ralph Fossey
dining area. $15.000 $550 down oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Under heat. FHA terms available. ANYTIME IF
finished parque floors. Ideal 10- Beach near Marlneland. Call YOU WILL Gladys Smith Realty
FHA. Phone 3725393 to see this PARRISHPRESENTS
Includes closing cost. 40000. one.
cation. An excellent value at 372-3243 after 5 P.M. 1123 S.E. 4th STREET

HUGH EDWARDS, Another. Is on a secluded acre S13JOO. FHA. $550 down Includes I FR 6-5301 or FR -19"lIIIIIIIIIIIIInIllllllllIUn..m. Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors

ARNOLDREALTY of land and has a moat unique closing costs. 40 Business Properties -
INC.N and charming home. Northwest .;;

16th A.,.. & 15th St. location. Four bedrooms. Call HUGH EDWARDS, INC. OFFICE or store bldg. at 534 N. I .
FR 2-1551 COMPANY 372-5393 for an appointment. NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. 3721551. Main St. Formerly occupied by

Multiple Listing Member Associates Discount. Call 372-7470
121' W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Another one. Is the ultimate In WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding or 372-4065.
Associates: Pete Sleg gracious living. Ideal location contemporary 4 bedroom

FORDYCEWROUGHT Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason beautiful grounds. Four bedrooms McKinneyGreen home.kitchen.Carpeted Solar living designed room. modem for- 250 FEET

Jim Sheppard F. W. Hedge PLUS. This home has everything.
summer and winter comfort. Central N.W. 13th Street beginning If YourQscr
Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman Make an appointment to see by Fronting on
heating and air' conditioning
calling 372-539X at N.W. 14th Ave. Readyfor
BY OWNER 3 BR. screened porch of course. developing. A real buy. Call I
Iron and s white fence frames carport. Ig. shaded corner lot. 372-4351 for detills.University .
this lovely home. Over' 2.200 SCI.i $10.150 $49 per mo. 1001 NW GLADYS SMITH Realtor LITTLEWOOD AREA Modern
i ft. provides a gracious 4 bed 24th Ave. FR 2-7882. Multiple Listing DeatonREALTORS 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry homeIn Realty Family IsGrowing

room home with space to crow Associates: tip top condition. Priced under 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
In. Air conditioned and centrally Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon 15000. Immediate possession.too. .
heated. Call today as It has ExceptionalBEFORE Florence Bums Caroline Noyes FOR SALE OR LEASE 14 ACRES. '
lust been listed. $27.500. FOR. 122S W. University 372-5393 Income with $ acres zoned busIness. 500
DYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC YOU BUY you MUST PropertyIf FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom 2V4 ft. hwy. frontage. 3 bedroom 47rcz; ;? :
sale. Home
3 BEDROOM house for .
SEE this Immaculate .
3 bedroom
37-123&. you are looking for a propertywith bath masonry home on nice furnished house. INTERESTED?
home located In a very desirableNE at all times. Near grammar an income, let us show you quiet dead-end street. Two air Call 2-49J7
residential .neighborhood. high school and shopping center. this nice 2 story duplex Fully
NEW LISTING Front screened FR 2-5122.. 613 N.W. 12th Ave. conditioning units. Very modern .
porch oak floors
furnished $17500 month In
per kitchen.FINLEY.. 42 Farms & AcreageRETREAT
Nestled In tall trees Is this attached garage. beautiful shrubbery I EXPAND
come. Good condition and loca
lovely air conditioned 3 bedroom. trees and corner lot make 3 BR home. Ig. corner lot $12.750
tion. Paved streets The priceIs
bath home. Sl.500 equity. Trade for houseIn AREA Lovely 3 bedroom -
X Charming living this well kept
property a REAL reasonable. You should Investigate
with G'vllle, area. R. Balyeat. 2 bath. centrally heated FROM THE HEATTo
room delightful BUY at
Florida large ONLY 3 per cent 1804 Louvre Dr. Jax. before you buy. Call and air conditioned home on one country living In Los Trances
room. dining room DOWN
plus closing costs. CALL FR 2.3617.Large of the nicest lots In Florida Woods. 24 Acres for only $365
built-in kitchen. Call FOR. toancZL
and DYCE I. ASSOCIATES INC. US NOWI FOR Sale by owner. 2 BR., bath, HomeFour PaiL down. Paved road frontage \) : .
country block home. on Ig school busses, utilities. Drive
376-1236. $200 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW B.R. 2 baths Living NEW WESTSIDE residential west on Newberry Rd.. turn right
home with oak floors. tile bath. S5th Terr. FR -2179.. Room Separate dining room .
SR Watch the
subdivision soon opening. Acre 241. for sign on
BLACK ACRES carport fenced backyard and '
Kitchen 2 car enclosed garage- H.C.M. Home!
lots. paved streets outside city right.
A very low' down payment will paved QUALIFYING street. ONLY 111,400. No An Acre ofSpringtime Corner lot Close to Univ. Call limits. May we tell you more "Selling Florida Since 1904- S ,

buy this pretty home. Three NECESSARY FR 2.3617.Schools. about this restricted area. Ralph Realtor
large bedrooms. two baths. separate .
Excellent new listing for those Schools !
dining room. Florida RANCHETTE homesltes too. Approximately 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 76-135
Interested In INCOME PRO- YOU MUST SEE this beautiful
room. large living room and What Important matter this
19 each. Located Member Multiple Listing
PERTY. Three trHevel home.
most attractively, arranged floor bedroom. one custom built Is to be close to them. The Just
on Newberry Road.
plan $21,800. Contact FORDYCE bath house with attached two Large living room. dining room. problem Is solved for your family $500 down 5 balance. 108 ACRES Our three and four-bedroom
bedroom beautiful years on homes for
one bath apartment.Both screen porch overlooking are designed growing
it ASSOCIATES INC. 37-1236. with this 4 B.R 3 bath homeIn 2-78 acre tobacco allotment
furnished. Call us for information view of creek family room
the Llttlewood Westwood paved road old house in questionable families! Plenty of closet and
3000 ft. storage and our
DOG'NOODblooming on this fine pro- recreation room over sq. school area. Call FR 23617. condition near Santa space. spacious
perty. Heat and M. M.
Is one of the many many living other area. extras.University Fe and LaCrosse. Price $16.750. landscaped lots provide plenty of room for outdoor activities.
features you will find In this attractive ASSOCIATESJ. 29 per cent Down and 10 yearsat
n. 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. JOHN Fred Guy Virginia Power a per cent Int. Ph. FR 6-2472- The resident-restricted Swim Club and Ccmmunity Center will
..' An air of comfort Is added in Area CoL J. W. Davis H. J Wiltshire PARRISHAND Warner W. Wesema -ReIJtor.n13

the living room by a cozy fire- IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Owner Jayne Butterworth N. Main St.NEW. be a hit with the entire family too. (Membership is free with
And a large Florida room MERRILLRealtor Multiple Listing
?., In which to spend your leisure I you moved to buy end this Is 4 anxious bedroom.for 2 BEAUTIFULLY kept home. 3 BR. MEMBER ASSOCIATES.MULTIPLE LISTINGH. INC CONCEPTIN purchase of an H. C. M. home) Inspect our models now-

I hours. Call, INC FORDYCE. 3751234.FORDYCE.& ASSOCIATES and bath large family storage room. central room. heat FHA Convenient parquet 1o school floors &like shopping.Oak new.. Carolyn. Wayne Gardenhlre Hill Helen Mary Graham Parrish prices range from $12,500 to $17,250. and all J plans are VA and

MULTIPLE PHONE 372-1494 LISTING financing available. Lots of closet space. Air-condi 19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375McCOY'S OFFICE RENTALS FHA approved. .
tioned; dishwasher; nice yard.

ASSOCIATESMARCELLA PARDIW. HISTORIC WINDSOR. $800 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd. 1. Are present management i- :' -

H. BUCKHANNAN Parcels of 3 to 29 acres FR 2-5943. expenses too high '
2. Is present space too
$200 to $400 per acre with FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. Macoma Homes small? your
Associates IF you plan to build 114.Id home located In Westmoreland
like a custom built home attractive terms. X Are your secretarial services
.. by experienced Estates. On city sewers. paved Inc.
builders that have St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Inadequate? HIGHLANDCOURT23rd
the time to discuss plans with Rm. & living Rm., dining area. For Sale. very attractive 3bedroom. This new concept will bring
: Inc.MULTIPLE you. call 372-2527 ask for Gene ALACHUAREALTY Central heat. bulIMn kitchen including 1-feath borne. 4417 added profits to your present MANOR
Paramore. We have available GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards E. Unirer*lty Are.! waOdac business. Our new modem f.-
our to plans to choose: from. walk to schools. close to distance to Lake Forest ditties will provide secretarialservice. .
LISTING Complete financing can be explained U of F & medical center FHA School Price S12JOO. $300down phone service central
-, Mrs. Grace Fordyce Broker to you right In your own $22,700. Down payment 1700. and $7SM per month. heat and air conditioning. and N.E. Blvd. & 11th Terrace
... Mrs. Mary Moeller. Broker home. For appointment calL ASSOCIATES
morel Rentals from $55
Immediate Drive ,Cafl Gerald or V. Q. McCoy per
Mr. E. W. Moeller. Associate THE JAMES CO. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING 1027 NW 40th occupancy.Drive. Cad Butler by Jr. Day FR -7230.. nIghts FR month Up. Call LeI Jackson. I Builders and Developers 372-3471

I Mr. Harvey Benton. Associate Of Gainesville Inc. Axle T. Smith Broker Brothers 373-9545 daily 374041 N. Main FR 6-4461. or see at 2910 NW
f24 West University Avenue Builders of Kingsberry Homes Mabel L. Gore. Associate night. I ICHNO. 13th St.
374-1234 Ph. 372-2527. nltes 372-7401. 435 N.!. 1st St. Phone 376-244S J






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-- 66 Mfsc. For Sale 66 Muc .For Sa',. 70 Boat -Marine. Equip. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 85 Automobiles>> for Sal. -.
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. L,
42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. ,
Bedroom unfurnished house. Chairs low as $8. No money THE BEST costs less. Broil with 35 H. P.- Johnson Electric. 1961 VESPA motor scooter. mechanically RAMBLER. 1963. Classic.> White ,
of FOUR down low as $5 per month. your broiler door closed. no Trailer and Misc. equipment. good. new paint asking Radio and heater power steerIng -
3-MCDERN houses on 3t acres LInd 1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms. large clean yard. $90 per month. Free estimates. pickup and delivery smoke or fumes In your kitchen. $950. Phone FR 6-3S86. $75. Phone 376-5838 after 7 P.M. 2 door. Original owner. ,
land. Young pine timbers. upstairs. Live In apt. below. Phone FR 6-7142 after 6PM. service. All work guaran Call Fuilgas your Philgas Distri $1,695. FR 2-5992- .
suitable for strawberries. Located 17 FT. Span American with 85
Cover lease & util. with Income. butor. 376-5392. I
I teed. Phone 376-7786.
7 mL from Starke on SR Ford. Box 207. Yalaha. 49 Rooms For Rent hp Mercury. Tilt trailer. Motor 1957 ALLSTATE scooter in 9006 SPRITE mr excellent mechan.icsliy .
225. Call Jack Carter. Lake But.ler I GERTS a in running condition. Needs little
9 CASE Coke dry box with lift gay girl-ready fore excellent condition. Boat chassis clean. Toneau
HY 6-3511. FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean NICE room. close in. Private entrance doors on top. Just like new. Cost whirl after cleaning carpets with Bimini toP. cruise tanks. Ride body repair. $65. Call FR 4-6014. cover. side windows. good top. I

FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE freshly painted. Orkin treated all channel, antenna. Off S486-first $200 gets it. 2 basoline Blue Lustre. Rent electric guide steering. amp. and water Clean car. reasonab'e price. Wis-
RURAL PROPERTIES monthly. Water furn. Phone street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd Toro golf carts. good for Ig. shampooer $1. McDanlell FurnI- pressure gauge. Marine horns ser FR 6-3311 extension 5639.
376-5883. Place. FR 2-2582. manufacturing plant or lumberyard ture Co. Gainesville Shopping railing and compass. WILL DEAL. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS after 5 p.m. & weekends FR I
Center. FR 6-2385. Boat be seen at 2-6295.
can I
REALTORU.S. for golf
ROBERTS C. SMITH. transportation or .
rent NICE quiet room. gentleman pre
furnished -
2 ROOM apt. 318 NW 13th St.
Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla. ferred. Telephone & Call course use. Cost on these were 956 30" x 8 TUNE-UP
$45 per mo. Adults only. Can carport. Vagabond trailer SPRING AUTO VOLVO PV 544. 1961. good condition ,
Ph. 4663120FORDYCE 472-2271 Newberry. Fla. 3764571 before 1 pjn. 110. $1,325 ea. Sell one for $500. one reasonable price. Located Progress '72 Office Your car's pep & power show clean. radio A heater.
week. for $300. Phone 3720961.GIRL'S Mobile EquipmentGAINESVILLE'S tune-up at BROWN'S FR 372-7255.
Home Park on up with a $1025
PRIVATE 1st floor efficiency. 2 Hwy 441. 4629660.FOR SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed I I
26" for $20.
rm. bath. utilities fum. Off ROOM for rent. private entrance. heavy bicycle largest volume office recapping 0 wheel alignment. BRING out the best In your car.
street parking no pets. 15 SW $10 a week. See before 1 pjn. Call FR 6-2444 or. FR.6-8870. SALE supply dealer Chesnufs 809 N. Main. FR 6-4310. Superior Auto painting & body ,

40 acre tract beautifully wooded. 2nd Fl.SUBLET. 1015 NE 10th Ave. FOR SALE. CHEAP. Restaurant Pansies in Bloom Office Equipment Co. Invites you work. Fast dependable service; I
' southwest of town only S165.00 formica counter and 26 stools $1.00( per dot. Phone 372-0821 to come in and shop. or call for free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S !
A beautiful ranch with Apr. 13Sept.. 13. 1 BR A COMFORTABLE front room. 3 equipment. Complete fountain. free delivery. ChesnuTs Office 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St.
an acre. utensils In- windows. off street parking
air-cond. furn. apt. gentleman CLOSE OUT SALEOn Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. FR 49707.PRIVATE .
and 52"Call
magnificant pastures. water tobacco short order equipment.
cluded. New bldg.. near Univ. only. Call FR 6-5953- .
Wallpaper. Ave. In Downtown
peanut allotments and FR 2-0759 or 2-9207. Mr. yjc a Roll
J120 mo. Phone 3727349. owner must sell 1963
timber at $165.00 an acre. a QUIET. desirable. in private home.- Page. HARPER PAINT CO. TIME. Adding machines and CADILLAC Sedan .1954; Above Pontiac Bonnevtlle. 4 dr. hard top.
market. Also' TRAILER for rent suit- Convenient to University and 10 S.W. 7th average fully equipped. everything
real St.
buy on today's HOUSE GAS WATER HEATER: $25 allowance 372-4364 calculators. New and used. park. : I' fully equipped. Excellent condi--
other listings available from able for single male student. town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. er's Office Outfitters. works including air condi
for your old. costly to Complete tion. Call 376-2896 after 5:33 or
175.00 on up. Tell us what you Outside bath. electricity &- water Call FR 6-5368. 62100. operate electric water heater. DINETTE$75. set Chest$28. Bedroom furnIture The only authorized Olivetti tioning.' $300.00. FR 2-1370 after .I all week-end. : 63 Rambler

want and we'll get It.FORDYCE. fum. $32. Call 376-7925. COMFORTABLE room. close-in Hot water at about half your Gas stove. uke$22 dresser $24 Underwood Agent In Gainesville. 5:30. I Classic 4dr '663. automatic.air .
present cost with our LP gas. new condition.FR Ph. 372-2555. 601 W. Univ. Ave. 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon.
& conditioned heater, ,
CLEAN 2 BR trailer on nice tot maid service use of Phone. 6-0410. Air conditioned auto. trans.. power
on bus line $65 per mo. Can be reasonable. 622 NE 2nd St. Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer I heater. three seats. tl' iteerwg like r.ew In and out. .
station &
CHEVROLET. 1957 wagon. radio
Road. FR 6-5110.
ASSOCIATES UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television 73 Musical Merchandise
seen by calling m- DII. Phone 3761423.NICELY and Excellent condition. New tires white side walls 4.000 rriiesI : $2395
DUO-Therm en heater with fan appliances. If wedon't V-8. automatic. $550. I I less than S mos. old. $100 c".\
INC. PACIOUS two bedroom apartment furnished rooms convenient electric range with rotisserie. have It. we'll get It. -ORGAN SALE and tag. take payments. Call :372-
furnished. quiet to town & Univ. Prefer Wheeler's Discount Call 372-6623. 4-6556. I up
nicely Also old doors and windows. S2-S3 Store Of Chr.stn-.as Left overs. All 8171 8 to 5-372-5738 after S
926 West University Avenue Call businessmen. 8 SW 10th St. I tween Melrose ; '
neighborhood $90 per mo. and to 30 I 63 Rambler
each. Ph. mornings FR 2-1917. i be-I new organs. Savings up PM.
376-1334 FR 4-714J after 6 PM. Phone FR 6-5981. Route 21. 475-2401. per cent. Earl's Piano Co. CHEVROLET 1958 wagon 4 dr. I
: WILL swap unc. coins or mint You can buy this for only $8 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVIHe 4- I 4-dr Classic '660' station wagon.
4.6 ACRES. beautifully wooded ROOMS for men. Weekly maid FULL-slze mattress & box 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 In-1' automatic heater individual
springs fully equipped
stamps for cut glass and old a week. Call Bill 3723749. H H dr. hardtop .
Ave. near
home site. N.W. 39th service. Unens and refrigerator bookcase headboard folding bed air cream Duff i reclining seats. Very low
eluding factory I very
Millhopper Rd. Intersection" JV- 46 Unfurnished Aprs. picture frames. Phone 376-1938. ORGAN used. Hammond spinet Motors. j
furnished. 3721185. & mattress sell or trade for $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. (! mileage. NEWI
'00. terms. FR 6-6448. TRICYCLE for sale for 13 98. 326 2 twin beds. FR 6-5907 after 6. with tone cabinet. Bar- I
CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car
SUMMER trimester girl student. -- '60 V.W. convertible! New ton; new ; $2495
76 ACRES-3V4 ML North of City SW 12th St. Ph. FR 6-9631. gain $795. Gridley Music Is going for only $8 a week.
FIVE rooms and bath. downtown $125. Accepted students given LIKE NEW 1964 model G.E. stereo tag; new floor m'ts. A-I '!rft"1' :
limits. 15 mln. to Univ. Campus. for full Co. FR 25353.FOR Call Bill 372-3749. H & H 949 afer 4
-area. Water furnished., $60 month. priority year accomoda- CHILD'S desk. solid .oak. 3 draw console $100. Phone FR 2-8886. out $1145. Call FR 2- ; ,
1,000 Feet paved road frontage. tions. Phone 376-0787. Motors.
$400 per acre on terms. or S350 No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2-1633. ers. 20 x 46 x 26". Chair $15. USED Hotpoint automatic: washer. SALE 120 bass accordion. B p.m.IMPALA. 62 RAMBLERCustom

per acre cash. Call anytime. FURNISHED room with private Boy Scout uniform $3. Cub Good condition. $35. Phone 372- flat & E flat clarinets. Phone CHEVY 1955 Bel Air. like new convertible.! Exce'Ient: i '
ERNEST TEW REALTY 47 Houses for Rent Furn. bath. Central heat. tel. & gar. scout pants $1. FR 6-7014 3773. 372-2715. condition. 4-dr., radio & heater. condition. 1951 Chevy. good con- 4-dr. Sedan automatic .
radio. heater air conditioned
2910 NW. 13th St. FR 6-6461. age. Call FR 65115.STUDENTfurnished standard shift. $450. FR 2-7255. dition. 376-3112 after 6. '
FOR sale: 24" boy's bicycle. $16.- power steering. Individual -
LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom air cooled 95; Tricycle $3.95; Maple youth Automotive CADILLAC 1962 convertible full IMPALA. 1960 4-door sedan. Power !I reclining seats. A beautiful -
43 Colored Property houses. month or year. Mathew- room. $28 per month single. $45 SALE bed. $12.95. FR 2-5118. I power & air. $500 for my equity, brakes. power steering auto- carl
son Manor. Call 475-2981. double. Cheaper by the Semes assume balance. less than V matic transmission. n ilo and I

HOMES FOR SALE 1 BEDROOM house suitable for ter. For Information phone 372- 2 Atlas portables $72. COMBINATION cutting torch 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 000. 3465 NW 1st Court. FR 6-8026. heater. FR 2-3807. or FR 6-2496. j, $1695
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & only. $SOI 0481 after 9 p.m. ONLY. 1 Kenmore Aut. ZZ $87. hose. nearly new. Call FR I
couples or 1 person 1 New Home Port. $46. 6-27"- CORVAIR 1963 2-dr. auto trans. has 1963 '
SE 7tn Ave. Some no down pay. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a PRIVATE OWNER
ment. Some small down pay. month. Hawthorne Rd. FR MEN WOMEN Rooms and 1 Elna Aut. ZZ. $90. little to save a lot. Below market heater & tinted glass. $100 cash Chevrolet Imp la. 2 dr. hardtop. 62 RAMBLER
ment. Monthly payment SS7 to 2-4742. apartments. near Campus. Day. 2 Singer Port. $18. HENDERSON'S clean. Lake Geneva Trailer and assume payments. Call I V-8 standard shift, black R & j
$65. Also homes built on your BEDROOM furnished suburban Week. Month. FR 6-2937 or FR 1 Singer Consol $48. MILL Crystal STORE River Fla.U.S. Hwy. 19. I I Sales. Rt. 100. SE Keystone FR 2-7587 after 6 P. M. H. WW for sale. $2230 owed. $34 I American 4-dr station wagon

lot for no down payment. home. Plenty of room. close to 6-1082. 1 Necchf Supernova $84. hr.h1J min.I from Only 1 I Hts.. Fla. DODGE 1956 2-tone blue & white monthly will accept clean! 1957 radio heater. an extra nice -

Call TOMMY Phone RIDGELL FR 2-4125 school. Available April 1st. $120 LG. quiet front bedroom. semiprivate 1 Plaff Port. $62. LiTerally_ IONS:._ OF: Gainesville.TOWELS' 4 dr. R & H. A.T. w/w. One I car for equity w.th c'ear title. buyl

Builder per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. entrance. $6.25 per week. AND MILES OF FABRICS.' 40MODELS owner. Must see 8. drive to ap- Call 376-8819. $1295

SMALL furn. room with kitchen Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-1961. New Cabinets' optional $19 up. Selection Quality. Price. Irregular I preciate. FR 29772. SACRIFICE '61 Corvair Monza
815 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075
privileges. Prefer marrl e d I bedspreads, beautifuland
LAKE WINNOTT. 1 BR house. Auto. Trww. Rio, low I
FORD. 1963Fast Back. big cie.
SE couple.14th or Terrace.2 men. 372-7654. 602 Suitable 1 or, couple $40 mo. 51-A Wanted To Rent I GRANDFATHER type clocks $30. pet one ends third three off. fourths Lovely car off. ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE engine. $350 equity for $1150. I milevs. Cool: tires. FR 2-4319 i 62 FORD .
Lights Included. Good water. C. FROM LOWEST PRICES Phone acer 5:30.
Misc. furniture electric meat First quality Cabin Crafts car And take up payments. I
Horwitz. 4 ml. So. of Melrose :3 or more bedrooms. 1 or more slicer $25. Power mower SIS. pets and rugs. and Pepperell SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. FR 6-3829 after 4. A/C P.S. P/B. Late model Falrlane 500 V.8
44 Cottages for Rent on Rt. 21. bathroom FR 2-9500 unfurnished after 4:30 pm.house.weekdays Call Doors nails. 318 SE 2nd St. Tel.sheets.795-3399.Throw rugs $1.98 up. TRAILER MARTHwy. FORD. 1956 Courier station wag- 1953 PA". Rd'o end hester. $400 down engine, power;automatic steering transmission radio- .

NICE cottage oak shaded 3 or all day weekends. SINGER portable sewing machine 17. Phone 328-1050 on for sale cheap. In good con- r.-.d take over payments. FR beater. 22.000 honest miles.
kitchen. 15" CROSBY dition. Phone 376-3645 anytime. After 6 P.M.
rooms & bam elec. $60. $35 cash. FR 21557. Mr. Emer. FIBERGLASSboat OPEN WEEKDAYS 21626.
FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 FR 2-8181. PHYSICIAN'S family of three desires with 50 hp. Evinrude motor and I IIc''r.g $1695
assume nice
i son. UNTIL 9 p.m. FALCON. 1963 $200 53 R'VVBLE' staton: wagon.
miles from courthouse. For married 3 Bedroom. 2 bath both in excellent condition.
i low payments. Will trade. Call I Int'de 8t out. needs I
couple or single person 48 Houses for Rent Unfumn.FORDYCE home FR ?-30? Good buy at 1100. May be SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
ANTIQUE brass plona lamp telephone
FR 23562 days.FORD st. trsns. Very rea-
!::-.e repair:
at Gttor FLORIDA
31 N. Marine. EAST
$55 per month. Inquire box. large carved buffet I PALATKA. tfvy priced. 1961 Cushman 61 VALIANT
Main or call FR 7-S404. 54 Business Rentals I 1957 2-door Good running
cabinet.record .
mahagony sewing DELTA 10 inch table saw and E- :> scooter needs some re-
condition. $150. 3720481 for appointment 4-dr Sedan automatic transmission
cabinet. solid molder. Sacrifice. Phone
466- 3765833.MUSTsIl.
P2ir $:3.Phose!
45 ,Furnished Aprs. 3 BR 2 bath. home completely WAREHOUSe space tor rent. Located single bed. 2 commodes. Western 3130. WYATTTrailer to see. 1806 N.W. |I heater, clean premium .

redecorated.. Ay jfaii" *1*. 15. at 620 S. Main St. Call saddle and bridle. Also odds 38th Terrace. excellent '57 Chrysler i car.
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 beoroom $150 per monm. Call JOHN MERRILL Realtor. FR and ends. FR 6-1283. Treasure 1 PAIR officer's dress riding Siratcia. 4-dr. sedan. P. S. P. i
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. 2-1494. Chest at Fairbanks. Turn left boots. size 8-D. 1 pr. officer's SalesHome FORD. 1953. 2 dr. radio & heater B. aulo. Trans. Radio; heater $995

St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- $125 MO. at Gulf Station. field riding boots. size 8-D. 1 stick shift. very clean inside 81 __S495 or mike offer 466-3437. |
target shooting coat. "Aristocrat"size out. Call 376-1944.
924 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1236. NEARLY new modern office or of
5270.EAST location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. SPRING CLEARANCE 42. All excellent condition. Pacemaker Mobile Homes FORD Falrlane 1956 4 dr. Thunderbird 85-1 Automobiles Wanted I i 60 Chevrolet

SIDE FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty 25-Used vacuum cleaners floor phone FR 6-4220. Shasta and Alrstream Special V-8 auto. trans., 9-passenger station wa kitchen corner lot 2 blks. from N. polishers. In good condition. $15 Travel Trailers toxon-I thru 1954 Fords .
1113 Main St. ANTIQUE heavily carved walnut radio & heater. cen WANTED. 1950 I radio, heater low mileage
GARDENAPARTMENTS Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 up. Kirby Sales & Service. FR library table from the estate of Ocala's First Mobile Home dition $495. Call 372-C634 or. I and Chevrolet See at Herndon Nicel
NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. OFFICE space for rent. Univ I 6-7110. after 5. FR 6-1117. 712 Dix Dealer Since 1948 376-9819. Service Station. 916 S. E.4th ...
Call 372 738. Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c N. Main St. Dorothy FR 64454. $100 or best offer. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Street. $1395
per sq. foot. John Merrill' Real. Phone 629-1358 FORD XL 1963 A. T. floor shift .

$57 per month up 3 BR. 1 bath lock h "se. LocatedIn tors. 372-1494. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna FLOOR samples repossessed. 1 Ocala Fla. bucket seats. R & H. power 87 Automobiles Wonter

Gainesville's Finest Newberry. Fla. 55 month. Double: stack complete. Noth- Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor steering. $250 assume balance of .
FR 2-1865. 2 OFFICE spaces for rent 2 rooms 57 VICTOR 49'x8' 20'x9' alum. 60 RAMBLER
Furnished unfurnished Ideal for front office. 1 room ing else to buy. $15. Brants. $196.95; 1 Philco 12.3 cu. ft. re- awning; air conditioner washer. I $2200. Call 454-1691. COMPACT. from private owner

Lovely 1 and or? bedroom apart. RENT or oALE extra Ig. hcjs. with back entrance. Will rent 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. frigerator. $179.95 8 cu. ft. Philco Excellent cond. 372-7132 or see MERCURY. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop. will pay cash. Please call FR Super 4-dr.. radio. heater automatic

ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 4 BR 2 ba.ns. near grade & I separately or all together. Call USED Chain Saws $50 New refrigerator $135; 1 Philco port. Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park I loaded with extras for $8 a week. 2-0013. between 1-3 p.m. transmission. Tutone
9608. high school. bus line. 1810 NW 376-1480 or come see between 4 hp saws $89.95. We up. repairall T.V with stand. $195; 12-42. after 5 P.M. Weekdays. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. LASSITER MASON green with matching Interior. .'
6th St. Can be zoned for bus 9 AM. and 5 P oM. weekdays. lawn piece drill sets. $12.95 ea. Firestone S new tires. Extra nice car
chain &
FURNISHED 3 bedroom bath. ness. Price $10.500. FR 6-5472 626 N. Main St.Merchandise. saws mowers.Chain Stores. 304 W. Univ. Ave. NOW SHOWING PLYMOUTH. 1952 radio, heater, I
Water furnished. lame yard. For saw rentals. McCulloch 1964 MOBILE HOMES I mileage. GAINESVillEI $995
for appt. L. size 75x84x150. good tires. good gas
Wisconsin Stratton
working couple. NW. 31st Ave. and Briggs. WANT to get stung on a rebuilt 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor Neat as a pin. $195. Call FR
and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th MODERN 3 bedroom house. carport dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR washer? Call FR 6-0267. Plans. Terms tailored to meet 6-6351 evenings. I 59 FORD
Terrace. Call FR 6-4817. net over 2 children. No 6-3411. A-l HANDYMAN SHOP your budget. Drive a little and AUTO I .

dogs. $40 month. Next to PhillIps First In Appliance Repairs save a lot at PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint. 1007 N. Main St. Country Squire 9 pa *enoestctlon :
2-BEDROOM furnished Used Cars. 462-1703. 61 Wanted to Buy WROUGHT iron & glass tables & CONNOLLYMobile
aaraae loaded with extras for $8 a we)on. rad'o helter
apartment 405 NW 10th St. chairs 1 yr. old $57. See at MOVING. must sell. LR.. DR.. BR. Home Sales Inc. week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Phone FR 26313 I automatic tr!nTl''cclon. power
Phone FR 6-5924. AVAILABLE April 1st. Universityand WE BUY and sell all kinds of fur. Gatehouse Restaurant eveningsCall furniture. Miscellaneous items. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 Motors.VOLKSWAGEN. Northcentrol Florida's steering and brakes. Factor '
Finley Area. 3 bedroom 6-5843. I
niture stoves. refrigerators. Phone FR 6-8142. Phone 622-8166 .
air conditio't'nn.S895
1 BEDROOM air conditioned living room. dining room kit. clothes. radios. TV. etc. Call i Closed Sundays Largest
furnished apartment. New chen equlppedj $80 month. FR I FR 23937. TAPE RECORDER for sale Re-i NEW remote cont. console T-V Independent Dealer
Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd 6-2693. cordlo Special by Wilcox-Bay, 59 $235.00: w/t 58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excl'''-

Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115 209 SE: 48th Street rent or sell. WANT to buy U.S. & foreign model. excellent cond $40. Ex. New West. port. 19" T.V $129.95 ent condition. Phone 372-6400 .
1 block from camous. Occu- 3 BR frame. near school. Outside coins. old & new. Rebel Stamp cellent for parties, speeches. high w/t after 6 P.M.

pancy by February 25. city. Clay Power. 376-2937. & Coin Shop. 809 W. Univ. Ave.. school student. Call Gary Williams New stereo console: 119.95 w/t I 1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. .. MOBILE HOMES RIDGWAYMOTOR!

WANTED 1 girl $10 per week or Gainesville. Fla. 372-9410. New 16" port. T-V 99.95 w/t I bedroom air conditioner. 8 x 36'. FEDERAL QUALITY j
2 nina! $15 week to share :
per WANT TO BUY equip- Phone 372.3324.MCMURRAY .
Must lease for 1 year. 304 N.W. USED Easy spinner-type washing CO.
2 Br. with young divorcee.Call ment. Phone 376-6736. 1 Mi. N. on 441
485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. 36th Terr. Phone FR 6-3848. machine. Very good condi 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Mobile Home S'es.! e
tion. $60 or best offer. Call 6-5907 8-10 wide. 1 2 B7. ued like at City Limit Sign
thru FrL* or anytime week-ends. 3 BR. home with gas WANTED an old shed to be converted or 1132 S. Main St.
Into a tree house. Call afted 6 p.m. or house trailers from S1.C95.: 1 CALL 3725113WE
EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. range $85 per mo. John MerrilL Toby. GR 5-5043. Melrose. 14' Fiberglass Cruiser 1963 Even- office Trailer for rent or sVe. MILLERV) TRADE I FR 2-8433

All util. except gas for cooking Realtor 372-1494. NEW DINETTE SET solid maple. rude 40 HP. electromatic motor 3 ml. So. of Starke on 31. 954- FOR ANYTHING
& heating fum. S60 mo. McKInney 2 BR. partially furnished house. WANTED one second-hand roadster drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs all necessary equipment included. 0571. Greene Oas! Re-f ur.-nt. CROWN I II
Green. Inc. FR 2-3417. 1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 372-8656. pony cart with harness. Please with foam chusions. Yi price. Trailer. new tires. skis life Aunoo.'ne PLENTY OF NO
contact Kathy Butler FR 2-4425. $75. 376-3520. belts etc. $1,000. Also 10 ft gas Only 5 left at CLOSH'IT prices. 1H30 E. Univ.D..ue DOWN PAYMENT
FUN LOVING BACHELOR wantsto I I SAVE $'T share apt. with same. Air FORDYCE Class 61 EOT.ELECTRIC '" ... ... ... .. .. LESS THAN WHOLESALE refrigerator. good. $35. 1 set golf BANK FINANCING FR 2-3582
Several homes available clubs. 7 Irons. 3 woods, bag CARS.
lovely BUY YOUR
ceramic kiln.
conditioned. Call John FR 2-6404 or gas NEW. used and rebuilt electric NEW low down & sm. iro. pay. I
at $30. Mr. F. H. Collier 376-3261.
Evening-FR 2-8433 days. this time. Contact Allen Edgar 372-5395. or and manual adding machines. ments. MOBILE HOME
Ext. 2197 FR 6-2159. 3165 NW
FORDYCB-ASSOCIATES INC. after 6 P. M. 372-1763. or
standard typewriters and port- Town & 'I
DUPLEX. clean modern 2 Br. 926 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 writers of all types. 11th St. Country From the WORLD'S
WANT TO BUY pair of mattressesand ables. Check 3860 SW Archer Rd. -
private yard 2060 N.W. 34th Ave. FOR THE CORRECT -
$81 mo. Phone evenings 376- UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove box springs. twin size. FR We buy used equipment of all 18 FT. open-cock pit, offshore, I LARGEST DEALER I
& refrigerator. 2414 E. Unlv types. Call FR 2-2105 or FR fiberglass boat complete controls TWO bedroom house trat'er S9M TIME i
7881 6-5907 after 6 p.m.. or FR 2-8441 bedroom houe trrFe' $7*:!. .
Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 after 5:30 ext. 38. 2-0963 day or night. lights 10 & 5 gar. tanks. one 376-8234 Southern Mobile.
Can be rented. Phone
FURNISHED apt. for rent with P.M. for appt. I FOR SALE Homemade teen-age 40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis. Monday to Friday 9 to 5. FR 2-1411 'I jHcmes Brokers (ne.I 9 Ford
kitchen. bedroom. ski belt life
living room. 64 Household Goods doll clothes for lift" dolls. Call ropes preservers I I II
tile bath & air condition. Tel 3 BEDROOM. living room dining FR 2-9738. & ladder. $1,100. Phone '61, 45' x 10 ? ER. Rlchsrd-on. Of 2200 South Dixie Highway Falcon .
room. tile bath. Screened porch. 372.5738'1 Courtesy I
best offer.
FR 2.9569.SUMMER Like new $ ,700 or
Convenient to Shopping Center. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 12" 14' boat or utility trailer 25. BURFORD'S Call FR 6-2970. I & 2 Bedroom and Guaranteed Florida
special. Water furnished. Available now. Also Kenmore electric dryer I In MARINE CREMEA Ocala
apartments well furnished. quiet $85. Phone FR 6-3070. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up good condition. $40. Ph. 481-2362. 10x45 1958 2 BR. ArcherRd. N. Main St. at 16th Ave. C T-Bird
Marine to be used
location. couples only. no pets. 9 Ranges from $39 up I .
$100 per mo. L. J. Moratto 2505 2 BR. house partially furnished, 17 Washers from $19 up fibre glass. plexiglass chrome Villace. Lot 10-F. t- I
NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. fenced yard. screened porches. 8 Dryers from $49 up FOLD-A-WAY bed. $12. Ig. mirror and marine finishes. Pint size. J o Ford
close In garage for more Info 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up $12. 3-corner cabinet $7; 2 what. Reg. $2.95. Special $1.48. Save I 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE JI I

3 ROOM furnished apt. $50 per matlon call FR 2-1578.' 2 Dishwashers from $49 up nots $1.50. Phone 64169. $1 47. Tr'cfcso .

mo. 17 NE 13th St. Phone 2-0374. 10 TV Sets from $35 up BURFORD'S LEATHERETTE DODGE DART sedan
FOR rent unfurnished 1 side of JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. ELECTRIC range $40 bench saw 1957 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- I Used! :
3 ROOM apt. furnished avail. Apr. duplex house. Has 2 BR. livingrm. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 I $So. fainter motor scout uniforms CREME type truck. Has been serviced
1. Call after 6 P.M. 3760902.SM. kit 81 bath. $75 per mo. Call $5. rush squares. cotton Reg. $1.25. Special .65c. Save 60e.: comp'eJely on rrrnthly sched Cars : :
FR 2-3419 until 5 after 5 REPOSSESSED Furniture 3 rooms table lamps. FR 6-4996. .
p.m. rugs. METAL GUARD OIL SPRAY ule. S7CO. F.7 2-V41.
suitable for a couple. e:
apt. living dinette & bedroom. 00
& Sun. FR 2-2648.
Prefer No children !- I Lubricates. prevents rust and ( Includes Heater) "
elderly 17 pieces. Price was $444.75. Now FOR SALE riding lawn mower. $19 r.. rTAt
or pets. Phone 376-6512. $60 3 BR home $tOper month 2 BR 28000. Payments $13.00 monthly elec. starter $60 bicycle $10; penetrates. Reg. $1.89. Special- 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals SPECIAL AT @] 11

per mo. home $60 per mo. Partly furnished $28.85 down payment. McDan- Phone 376-7326. 95c Save 94c2MAN PERFORMANCESHAW -

2 BR home $60 per mo. Fur. lell's. G'vllle Shopping Center. LIFE RAFTSelf '
nished duplex apt. 2 BR $90 per COMPLETE H-O train. track and inflating 500 lb. Bouyancy. RENT a truck one-way anywherein 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY AT

mo. Call FR 6-7466. 65 Antiques transmitter. Mounted on stationary y x 5' 4". Use for furs or safe- the USA. from United Rent. ; '
board. All in good condi. Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. &
$98.50. Special $49. Save
ty. Reg.
WANTED to purchase UNFURNISHED 2 BR house. tion except engine. Call FR $39.50 plus a life or two (Possible Pooe-Gcb3e! Motors

from private party lot fenced St. Phone back 372-8932 yard.or 2120 372-6179.NW 7th ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call I 6-3147. ). 83 Motorcycles & ScootersFOR KEETER "

for Apartment. Eco- 372-6310. KENMORE automatic washer. good BAIRD'S MARINE (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) "
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house I condition. $50. Call after 6 p.m 601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 I
nomical. 376-4167 with stove & refrigerator. 0 WALNUT bookcase 42" by 84". FR 25469. SALE 1964 Honda Hawk 230 W. UniversityFR
fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th two drawer base. six shelves. 1962 EVINRUDE 10 HP, in excellent Motorcycle, 250 cc. Like new 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343 2-0503 _

Terrace. Call 372-8932 or FR original glass. Call 3729574. I GIRL'S BIKE for sale twenty condition must sacrifice. $575. Call FR 6-2516 after 6:00
2-6179. inch $12. Call Jan FR 6-0472. I Call 6-2033 after 5 P.M. P.M. I ----F


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$19500 $5650 a better trade with good terms for less money! Come out

today or tomorrow for proof!

Per Month .
Impala 4-dr. sedan, A/C >
DOWN Price Includes Life 63 HEY Automatic radio heater . .o. . $2745
Insurance and

Finance Charges 63 T-BIRD completely New Tires equipped.. .. :. .. ;. .. .. $3995

2-dr. hardtop* PS, PB,
63 PONT A/C. Auto, WWT. like new . . . $2995

OVER 40 IN STOCK & MORE ON THE 63 FORD PS Galaxie,' Auto.500 R 2-dr.& H,hardtop.WWT .. .. . $2395

'lf CTTC Sting Ray 340 engine.
63 Z-tops.4 In floor R & H. WWT . $3995
, We've taken delivery on a special purchase: Impala I Sports Coupe PS, AT,
63 (HEY R.& H. Sharp . . . . .. $2595
of Chevrolet pickups that's why we can .
2-dr. Impala, Super sport.
now offer you the truck you need and 62 CHEV Fully equipped incl. oir . .. . $2495

the deal you want right now Stop by. for: I 62 /IAU"Al4dr.miles.., completely Check with equipped.original owner 15,000.actual $3695.

I Ii Con.. auto ps,
j i 62 HEY R & H. nice . .. . .. .. .. $1999

62'VALIANT heaterr Iharp . $1295

I 62 _CHEV ltHYc.r'n-.a.ri.FS.' .. ..'.. $149' 9'

SEE US FOR A SPECIAL PURCHASE BUY TODAY I i 62 SUNBEAM Alpine extra lean, .. $1795

4-dr.. Sedan R H, auto.,
UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. i 62 CHEV iTer steering . .f. . . $2095.

62 TRIUMPH TR-3t $1795
,?? new
Main St. & 16th Ave. Phone 67581Open
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2-dr. hardtop, fully equipped including Air.

II Ii 23631&C. I $1695

Check Arden Streit's I

Ifr I SPRING -dr. 4-speed
62 CORVAIR %Stt . . . . $1695
r t I leSabre 4-dr.. auto
I 61 1 BUICK ps, PB. R 6 H :. .. .. .. .. $1895
Rampside pickup truck,
61 CORVAIR real sharp . . . .. $1099

63 BUICK .. ....................... $3395 198' hardtop coupe ps,
LeSabri.*Extra dr. air nice.conditioned automatic, radio heater, power j jsteering. 53 DODGE Polora 4-dr. hardtop 61 1 OLDS Air condo PB. R & H ? . . .. $2195

62 PONTIAC ...................... $2995 Flite. power steering and brakes I 1700', 4-dr. mUeagc.
r Grand Prix Sport coupe. loaded Including air. whitewalls. White, all vinyl 61 CORVAIR_ .:.'rr. . . . . $1195
62 RAMBLER .. .................. $10954dr. ulterior, low mileage . $ Clean
: Classic standard...shift............ ........ Z-l 2-dr. hardtop PS, R& H,
tJ.169'5 1
Convertible 62 CHEVROLET standard shift radio. heater. $2195 i I 62 DODGE Lancer Coupe Torque- 01 MERC Auto Air Cond. . .. . .. .
61 CORVAIR .. .....,. ... ........ $1195 I' Fltte, radio, heater . . $ 4-dr., radio, heater. .
TOO 4-dr one owner, automatic transmission radio heater. I 0 I FALCON A real . .. . .. $1195 I I
60 CHEVROLET .... .......... .. $1495 I good buy !
61 PLYMOUTH, Fury Sedan Torque-
Impala 4-dr. hardtop. On owner automatic radio heater.
Flite radio! factory air 4-dr. "9on. Auto, power steering
PLENTY AND OTHERS OF 58 TO& '59'i CHOOSE CHEVROLETS FROM steering, very clean power. . i'I 61 MERC PB.Air.R&H . . . ... . $1 795

2-dr. Galwfef auto, Air cond., '
ARDEN STREIT MotorsNW 61 FORD V-8. Fairlane 500 R&H 61 FORD radio heater . . . .,. .. .. $ 795
I std. transmission, one-owner .

Main St. Ph. FR 2-0486
16th Ave. &
I 61 DODGE "6" Sedan, Torque-
FJite, heater . . . I FISHING CARS
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std. trans., R&H, roof rack $
57 FORD $195
FRESH SHIPMENT I 60 RAMBLER, Sedan, clean one- .
I I owner . . . . $
OF NEW 1964 I I
I I 60 COMET, Sedan, clean one- Lancer 2-cfr. hardtop, auto,
I owner . . . . $ I 61 DODGE radio, heater . .. . . . $1195
RAMBLERSArriving I : : .
.t I : Alpine, extra clean.
60 FALCON Sedan, two-tone i 60 SUNBEAM Come this! $1299
nice . . . .. . $ I lee Me _
Weekly! 1 I II I OU FIAT Spider. This cat is pretty clean A j AA r
I I Ii i vixf ready to go $ I U7 J
Wide Selection of 6't and V-8's in all series. : POOLE-GABLE USED IflAI Karmann Ghia. Save lots of
: i I II 60 Vffff money on this one . .. .. .. .. $1395
ON THE LOWEST PRICED AMERICAN (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) I 4'dr- Sedan Air cond., power
BUILT CAR I 60 MERC steering and brakes. Auto .. .. .. $1395
II 514 N. Main St. Tel.
i I rUClI I Impala! 4-dr... auto, power steering,
[-O;: .j I 60 R& H, Clean . . . . .. $ 595
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I Watch your favorite magazines for Rambler's 63 Factory COMET.air conditioned Villager radio,.....heater.......... 2drradio. heater.
$3 Million Surprise Party Coupons! I i I Ii I 57, FORD_ No better price anywhere ...... .. $495
62 FORD Fairlane 500 2-dr automatic radio
I Factory air conditioned .... I
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. I I 55 FORD Convertible .. .. . . . . $495
, ditioned 61 RAMBLER.....Classic.......radio.....heater......factory......
1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 I
I I I 60 FORD ..... $695 59 PLYM .. I ,BARKLEY MOTORS"In
f 59 FORD ..... $595' 59 BUICK .
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26 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March IV, )YDe

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My Friends and Fellow Citizens:

1. Eighty-five persons were 1. Governor Sanford of North 11 :. Thank you. for my nomination, without opposition i-
killed in the crash of a plane Carolina I .
carrying tourists to Nevada 'casinos 2. Mayor Wagner of New "she would rather light a candle 3. 10. women named to U.S. I ,- to a Seventh Term in Congress.
and ski resorts. The plane York than curse the darkness has government posts by Presi-
in the See AnswersOn With humility and gratitude, I promise to serve
hit a peak 3. Sentor Dirksen of Illinois been initiated in honor of, dent Johnson

1. Blue Ridge mountains 4. Mayor Daley of Chicago 1. Helen Keller ,w 4. Democrats who sponsoreda : ';,., '. you faithfully and to the best of my abilityvtv .
2. Grand Teton mountains ,.5. Governor Bryant of Flo. Page 22. 2. Eleanor Roosevelt Robert Kennedy write in -, it.r.<"'v /,;\" 'r."
rida. 3. ,Helen Hayes campaign in New Hamp- ?- "
3. White mountains 4. Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy shire's presidential primary ,' *,a. ;:-* Sincerely, your Congressman
3. President Johnson discussed .
4. Sierra mountains .
5. Florence Nightingale '''.7;' :
policies toward trade with Cuba 2. U. S. ambassador to Spain 10. Crown Constantine ; "
S. Smoky mountains with official Harold Wilson chief administrator of the :.'(\j _; _. -, D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS
3. ,
visiting 9. Mrs. India Edwards, former became the new king of Greece :' / .:...;' ?
2. Lung cancer caused the who is the Common Market vice chairman of the Democratic -when his father, King Paul, died 8th District Florida
March 2 death of the wife of I L Canadian minister of tradeWARNING 4. chief U. S. delegate to National Committee was of complications that set in afteran I

t. 5.the Party States leader Organization of ..Britain's of American Labor among 1.appointed three in new March ambassadors 2.1.operation appendicitis a stomach for ulcer . .

2. members of a presidential 3. lung cancer
4. A federal jury at Chattanooga fact-finding mission to South 4. a brain tumor I (Paid Political Advertisement)
f found James Hoffa Viet Nam 5. an ear infection
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Don't pay unauthorized collectors for 3. United Auto Workers 71ldst-! ?t
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your Gainesville Sun delivery. Association

5. Steelworkers Union ,',

All authorized newsboys are provided 5. In the' 11-nafion U. N. Se- EASTER FLATTERY t !lil 1"t

curity, Council, ,where a vote
with route cards containing the subscrib; was taken on a plan to set up AT TINY PRICES !
i a Cyprus peace force,
er's name.
1. Members voted unani- LEFT:
2. members voted unani- "'
Subscribers should insist on a receipt and mously against the plan DRESS
3. the United States and Bri- BREAST POCKET AND { t
they should insist that the carrier initialsout tain opposed the plan HIP POCKET WITH SMART 1' ; {}

the date of that 4. France and the Soviet Un- KEY HOLE POCKET STYLING. k ,i1iil il F;
payment on receipt.
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opposed plan SELF-BELT. 12-20 t'+ 1 ; .t 1
5. The United States and the _
Soviet Union abstained from s BLUE, GREEN
voting 5.99 r

6. More than 30,000 persons fled (
their homes because of erupt-
I ions of the ,Villarrica volcanoin l;

1. Costa Rica RIGHT: \ ;This is the fiber : .
2. Chile 2 PIECE CUPIONI ...
3. Peru JACKET DRESSENSEMBLE. that makes women feel
CIRCULATION '4. Portugal DRESS positively nude!

5. Spain HAS SHEATH SKIRT / 1t -4.. /
MAKING YOUR uncovered
7. The United States announced I' a
at the Geneva disarmament, WITH JOHNNY ;;3
PAYMENT. THANK YOU. 372-8441. convention that it will invite an I COLLAR. BUTTON by Warner .
international to main-
agency 10.95
tain permanent inspection of I
one of its largest WHITE. 7-15.
6.99SEE LITTLE GODIVA the nakedest little controllerof
1. atomic testing grounds them all! So supple, it makes you look as if you
( aittt.5ui1k Sum 2. air bases didn't need a girdle. So light you forget you have it
3. munitions factories OUR SELECTION OF BUDGET on: in white. S, M, L: long-leg pantie $10.95 (ny-
4. missile launching sites PRICED DRESSES 3.99 TO 6.99 lon and DuPont's Lycra spandex) .
5. nuclear power reactor

8. An annual candlestick BUDGET SHOP ** FLOOR FOUNDATIONS SHOP 2nd FLOOR
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