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Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 1, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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7r r t WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- By TOM WICKER Club golf] course to the Fontainebleau Hotel .

Johnson took the wraps off a WASHINGTON The White House conceded an Army helicopter hovered 40 to 50 feet above I

a ti ;.Juve-year-old military secret Saturday that a "security reason" had caused the President's car, with a door open and two

'Saturday, disclosing that the unusual precautions to be taken for President soldiers peering down.

/ United States has developed a Johnson and his family on atrip to Florida Fri The White House press office made available
.. high-flying interceptor that can
virtually no information about the timingof
slice through the air at more that was all Pierre Salinger, the White Johnson's movements or his landing and takeoff
Boy, birthdays are definitely a big thing when you're a Leap Year baby born on 2,000 miles an hour. House News secretary, was willing to say. points; usually this sort of information is rou-
February 29 and you only have a birthday every four years. This trio-all born said this plane is Among other things, Salinger would not con- tine. .
February 29, 1960-seem pretty awed by all the birthday trimmings that of that
surroun- a performance
cede that there had been a threat against the
ded them yesterday. Joining Cynthia Markham Ian Neither Salinger nor any other White House
Kay of
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Glynn exceeds that of any other President or his family. But that seemed the
R. Markham, 20 S.W. 23rd St., in celebrating their fourth birthdays yesterday were in the world today." official would say from which possible airfield in
for that
only likely reason security measures
Thomas G. Alday III. (left.) son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Alday of Alachua, and Wil of the hitherto aroused the curiosity of those travelling with the Miami vicinity Johnson's Air Force jet

liam A. Bristowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bri owe, 1227 N.W. 8th St. (Sun photo iupersecret plane was an- Johnson to Jacksonville, Palatka, Palm Beach would take off Saturday morning on the return
by Tommy Lewis.) flight to Washington
aounced at Johnson's first news and Miami Beach.

inference to be carried live to The President seemed unperturbed by any Johnson'- stop at Palm Beach to visit Ambassador

the nation by radio and televi threat there might have been. At a stop in Mi- Joseph P. Kennedy was not announced,

I I Airliner Lost in sion. v ami Beach, he spoke sharply to a local policeman and the accompanying plane carrying reportersand
AlpsINNSBRUCK $The conference, with Johnson who was attempting to move a crowd away photographers did not make that stop.

facing 305 reporters from the from him. From Palm Beach, Johnson and his family -

head of a U-shaped table in a "I want to shake some of these people's hands," went by helicopter to the Bay Shore Coun

Austria (AP- --- ----------- aboard," the agency said. "It State Department conference Johnson said, and proceeded to do so. try Club golf course in Miami Beach. The where-
A British airliner carrying 83 83 Aboard cannot be assumed that both room, coincided with the end of The security measures that were noticeablewere abouts of his jet plane was thereafter kept sec
persons, barred by fog from went out of operation." his first 100 days in office-days the following: ret.
landing at this Winter Olympics which Johnson said have pro- I
city vanished in the Alps Sat Missing Craft Its estimate of the flight radius duced real accomplishments. I

urday. The Austrian Press was based on the distancethe f f Clearly, the biggest surprise State Crackdown Y
Agency said it is believed to plane, which cruised at '. was word that the nation now
have crashed within 30-mile about 330 miles an hour could has
a Aviation Ministry said the a needle-shaped plane
radius of Mt. Patscherkofel. plane's last report was at 3:13: cover in the few minutes of called the All, perfected undera

\ Mt. Patscherkofel, site of a p.m. The Austrian Press Agency silence.All program that was, amazingly, On FEC Violence
downhill ski race in the recent said the plane radioed from reports said the kept secret since the effort was. ;

Olympic Games, is a 7,373-foot the Patscherkofel area at 3:18: fuel reserves would have 1 launched in 1959.

peak five miles southeast of p.m., and that it is believed to exhausted by nightfall. Other conference highlights: MIAMI (AP) -Gov. Farris ment actions at the request of
Innsbruck. have crashed between that time Officials said it must 'ha< -The President said he has Bryant threw Florida's resources the FBI.

Austrian and West German and 3:23: p.m. crashed against one of the tr neither discussed nor approved Saturday behind an effort already Four trains have been blown ,

rescue teams launched a search "The plane had two radiosCharges ering mountain tops of the Alj plans to carry South into Viet Communist Nam'sguerrilla launched by the FBI, to off the tracks this year. The last

that frnned out across narrow to war bring a halt to lawlessness along two were wrecked Thursday,
North Viet Nam. "I think that
western Austria and the nearby the tracks of the strike-torn when President Johnson was in e
too much has already I
frontier areas. Fog rain and J i Pressure taken speculation place," he said, Florida East Coast Railway. the state on a political tour.
snow cut visibility.The Shocked, he issued immediate
adding the view that much of it Bryant, under fire from fed
plane was a four-engine "without justification." eral officials for lack of action orders to the FBI to stop "this
was "
turboprop Britannia of the Eagle -William B. Bundy, now an during the violent 13-month-old criminal action.
In BakerWASHINGTON Probetablish FBI agents reportedly turned
Airlines bearing a crew of assistant secretary of defense, strike, told a special news con-
eight and 75 passengers from will succeed the recently resigned ference he had formed a team their attention first toward the i

London. The passengers were Roger Hilsman as assistant of investigators from the High- source of the dynamite which _____ _
described as mostly tourists. An (AP) Sen. whether conflict-of 4 interest scretary of state for Far way Patrol and the State Sher- has been used. Florida has an HICKS

airline spokesman said many Hugh Scott, R-Pa., charged Sat deals or other imps' rie- Eastern affairs. Johnson said iff's Bureau.He explosives registration 1 a w
winter enthusiasts.The urday that officials high in the ties helped Baker to which would make it impossible
were sports proper "This whole area (embracingViet pointed out, however, that
government are trying to block prior to his resignation(last to buy large amounts without CommissionSeat
U.S. Air Force said two Nam) needs every bit of the FBI was handling the inves-
Air Force Rescuemaster planes the Senate investigation of Bob Oct. 7. Baker has refused ,o an- the best manpower that it tigation into the dynamiting of leaving a record.An .

carrying parachutists and rescue by Baker. swer its questions, invokiig the can get." FEC trains and was doing a FBI spokesman said the
teams had been sent from He asked: "What do people fifth Amendment against possible -"There has been no meet- good job and the state agents agents are operating on theory Sought

Prestwick Airport in Scotlandto high in government have to self-incrimination. ing of the minds" in resolvingthe won't go into competition with that the dynamite was broughtin
from outside the state, in violation -
join the search. hide?" Scott released a statement accusing dispute with Panama, John- them. of a federal law against Hicks
The silver gray plane was The senator also accused the high administration officials son said. But he said the United Bryant said his team alreadyis interstate transportation. It was By

due to land at Innsbruck Air Defense Department of evadinghis including "sources within States realizes that the 1903 at work "looking for violations under this law, he said, that the
demand for investigationof the status of of state laws." He an- D. Dashwood Hicks long active
port, in a valley cupped by an the White House, of tryingto treaty governing FBI took jurisdiction.In .
mountains, at 3 p.m. 9 a.m. a reported leak from its con smear Reynolds, a Silver the Panama Canal Zone must nounced also that state-owned entering the investigation, in business, civic and political

EST. But low clouds and fog in fidential files which he said, Spring, Md., insurance man for be modified from time to time airplanes will patrol the 366 which director J. Edgar Hoover circles here, announced
to Don B. "and would ad- miles of FEC tracks between yesterday that he'll seek elec-
tervened. The pilot evidently was intended smear giving testimony they didn'tlike. perhaps require called the No. 1 item of FBI bus
circled a while at 10,000 feet Reynolds, a witness who testified justment" in 1964 or 1965. John- Miami and Jacksonville. iness, Bryant invoked powers tion to the Alachua County

safely above the mountain tops. against Baker and tossed son actually said 1963 or 1964, Bryant acted after conferenceswith voted to Florida's chief executives Commission.He'll .
There were differences of the name of President Johnson Scott said they offered news but the White House said later Labor Secretary W. Wily in 1955. run for the seat of incumbent

opinion as to just when radio into the probe. men information from official he misspoke. This could meana lard Wirtz. Earlier, be said the He said he also was considering Edgar Johnson who also -
lost. The Civil is member of the Sen- files intended to discredit Reynolds in the U.S.-
contact was Scott a major break federal government had preempted the possibility of using Flor- announced his candidacy yes
ate Rules Committee, now investigating and some of it was pub Panamanian standoff. But the field and the state ida National Guardsmen to patrol terday.In .
how Baker accumu Johnson repeated that diplomatic would keep out of it until federal the railroad. And he urged
lated wealth estimated at more "Government officials," Scott relations must be restored efforts were exhausted. all sheriffs in the FEC operatingarea announcing his decision to

WHERETO than $2 million while serving as said, "through this plant of information before talks proceed. James J. Reynolds, assistant to cooperate fully with both run, Hicks pledged a conserva-

the $19,600-a-year secretary to on Mr. Reynolds and -Johnson said the administration secretary of labor, had criticizedthe the FBI and the state investiga- tive approach to tax problemsand
FIND IT the Senate's Democratic maj through their refusal to investi- position is firm in sup governor for "strange si- an imaginative approach to

ority. gate the plant, now hold a port of the House-passed civil lence" during the months when tors.Bryant said his team alreadywas government."I .

Area . . . 1 C Johnson at his news conference sword over the heads of any (See JOHNSON on Page 2)) more than 200 acts of violencewere at work "checking into violations have owned and operatedmy
Classified > ,.JJ.i ,C Saturday was asked to assess other persons who may in" the occurring along the rail- of state law." He said own business here for the

Comics . . .{ ",.-..' the possible political impact future be called to testify. road. separate teams of highway pa- past 20 years. My business ex-
this underscores these
of the Baker and He said
Markets . . 8A inquiry The state, Bryant said, has trolmen would check automo- perience and my study and in-
he declined to do
Movies . . 5C so. questions: taken over some of the enforce- (See BRYANT on Page 2)) terest in county government
Johnson noted the matter still "What do people high in the
Obituaries . 2A UsefulnessOf qualify me for this position,"
under have to hide? What
is investigation and said government
Opinion Page . 4A Hicks stated.
. 01-04 that after the committee issuesits have they done that the public
.. Women's Sport . 1B-9B report "we'll have to see must not know? To what lengthswill Of Jet UF Horticulturist Enters "We have become a metropo-
what the consequences are." they go to prevent this in- litan county but the needs of
The committee seeks to es. vestigation from continuing?" the rural areas are just as important -
WASHINGTON (AP) The Race for School Board SeatDr. as those of the city. For
"manned missile" jet disclosedby I have studied the
many years
Glenn Delays Retirement Will LBJ President Johnson on Satur- Jasper N. Joiner,.a Uni- itary service during the Korean structure of our county govern-
I day probably could intercept far versity of Florida horticulturist, War. ment and feel that I can now
from U. S. shores the fastest has announced he will be a can- He is a member of a number make a contribution to the bet-
After Concussion in Fall Debate? bombers the Soviet Union could
didate for the School Board opposing of agricultural and horticultural terment of our government by
send against this country.The serving as a member of the
Lester Hodge, the incum- societies and has published 29
COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) -Lt.: disturbance. He gets dizzy whenhe WASHINGTON AP) President 2,000-mile-an-hour All also bent representing District IIL (See JOINER on Page 3) County Commission.See .

Col. John H. Glenn Jr. post- moves. Johnson avoided a direct could head off any supersonic The 42-year-old agriculture ( HICKS on Page S)
for month his The choice of whether to retire answer Saturday when asked military transports an enemy professor is a native of Winter
poned Saturday a from the Marines immediately whether he would debate his might use to ferry troops..and Garden but has lived here mostof

retirement from the Marine or to remain on active Republican opponent next fall! equipment in any future aggres- the time since graduatingfrom Princess .

Corps, apparently to avoid the duty pending final determinationof in front of television cameras. ;ion. the University of FloridaIn /w

risk of losing.his. disability bene- his condition was o'fered Johnson, in his first live- Johnson claimed the All's 1947. He received his Ph. D. A :
oerformance "far exceeds thatf l
Ohio State 4 A Has Son
at Universityin
Glenn earlier in a telegram broadcast news conferencealso other aircraft in the degree
fits.The from Marine headquarters in refused to speculate or world any 1958. -;
announcementwas /
astronaut's today
Washington.Glenn who that opponent might be. It is *!,out 400 miles an hour He owned and operated a florist rf- ., LONDON (AP) Princess
made at Grant Hospital in said his decision to remain and nursery business in 6; Alexandra 27, a cousin of
Taster than the speediest U. S.
Columbus, following consultation on active duty came when reporter noted that the late Clermont for two years before Queen Elizabeth II, became the
J .tse-the Phantom
jet new i
with his doctors and advisers doctors could not assure him President John F. Kennedy had ir' Force and returning to the University. In U' mother Saturday of a son who
Pw Navy
ty ,
that his disability would not be said that he would debate the > addition tohis present position, by will be for a short time, 13th Inline
in his campaign for the Alarr*. pilots.Tto
Republican nominee next fall, 4 for the British throne. His
Iwmocratic senatorial resolved for two or three weeks. Airs altitude evidenti he served as agricultural edi- J .
nomina- and asked if Johnson felt the top '' r 4 $ Fr birth begins a veritable royal
tion. However, the doctors failureto is considerably; higher than tor for the Florida Experiment
assure Glenn of a quick recovery same way. most plaiv in use by any nation Station and Extension Service population explosion which'.wdldrop ,
him at least to 16th by
Glenn's retirement to enter was not to be taken as "I haven't been nomin/ted too y, except the U2 recon- and as an Extension specialistin x

politics was to take effect' at evidence of serious, complications yet," Johnson replied. "I .hink nais. '*nce plane which was citrus and ornamentals. summer.

midnight. However, a mild'concussion the astronaut said. we'll have plenty of time to decide m9-e by the same firm, Lock- Joiner served as an officer Like his businessman father,
suffered in a bathroom Marine retirement orders .can that after the cor mention. h jed Aircraft Corp. And altitude and enlisted man with the Angus Ogilvy the child will bea
fall 'Wednesday has kept him be effective the and defensive Air Force during WW IL moner-unless and until
only on first of I think we'll cross that bridge gives it both offensive Army '
hospitalized with He also in mil JOINER t his father accepts a &.
an equilibrium each month. when we come to it.: advantages. spent one year
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2A Gainesville Sun -. Sunday, March 1, 1964

,,< \ Youths Held For

Qualifying headline Is Near :,.

NORWALK, Conn. (AP) ter's father at his home, Me-

State police held two teen-age I'Nally shooting him and young i

: I boys Saturday in the slaying of McAlister stabbing him.

For Sfdie'Political Office 1 a high school senior and bean i(
f fI a search for the body of the; The youths became apprehensive -

b father of one of them. recently about a police investigation

By DOUGLAS STARR per: cent of.the,annual"'alary of in, ovcily itij_ .7 I Richard McAlister 18, of Norwalk -I into the disappearance -

TALLAHASSEE (APWith) the office sought and the loy- So !far, ur* ;legislative races "' 1 and Edward McNally, 17, of the father and decidedto

ie qualifying of more and more alty oath states that the candi- were MatiIt' l:\e this: r of Wilton were charged Friday i i State Police said.
t. andidate for Senate and House date did and would support the Seeking tL* '2.\ h'ouse seats up 4 AR with first degree murder. I I escape

I eats in the May primaries,;the party during> the general elec- for election were i51 candi- State Police Commissioner!I On Sunday McNally called

ist of unopposed candidates_ con-- tions. dates, including bl 'epresenta- Leo J. Mulcahy said the youths Shinners, with whom he was acquainted -

inued,to wither away. Although'national committee- tives. Seeking he 22 Senate admitted killing John R. Shin- i and asked him to

With only IV* days left in the men amt committeewomen and seats up for election were 3? ners, 18, of Wilton last Sunday meet them, State Police said.

weeklong qualifying period- delegates party national con- candidates, including 16 sena' and Edwin McAlister, Rich: of Shinners, who
the deadline is noon March 3- ventions are required to qualify tors. I' ard's father last Aug. 29. The body
had been shot six times, was
candidates were hurrying to the during'this-period, they will not McAlister "hated his
'i secretary of state's office and be elected until the May 26 s c-, Ten races in the Senate and I father with a fixation" and found later that day in a wooded -
67 in the House had area of Wilton, a few miles
paying their fees and signing ond primary. no opposing
blamed him for the death of his
II This is done to the first candidates virtually north of Norwalk. His car
their loyalty oaths. keep yet, guar- mother, said Lt. Louis Mar-
( Under state law, the fee is 5 primary (May 5) from becom- anteeing the qualified candi- G 5 \ chese, commander of State Police -turned up the next day in West-
dates election in the Nov. 3 gen- port.
in this section of Connecti-
eral election. | Apparently, police said, the

I ;
ently solidified at six Democratsand ueen McAlister ambushed McAhs-(of Shinners' car,

three Republicans seeking
party nomination in the May 5 Vivacious Stasia Giordano (center) |8 named Sigma Chi Derby Queen last I

SMITHHAWTHORNE basso. I and 26 primaries. night climaxing the annual Sigma (Bperby Day festivities at the Univer- OPEN

Funeral I Jack Gurnett of Winter Haven, sity of Florida. The 20-year-old Miamiguor is a member of Delta Gamma 9 a.m.'to 9 p.m.Sunday12.7 .
publisher of a citrus industry:r Of the Cabinet posts, only sorority and is majoring in cducationlonners-up in the contest were Marcia p.m.
vices for Cecil E. Smith, 55, of newsletter, said "Michael servedon Atty. Gen. James Kynes had an Ann Mase (left) of Gainesville and A Beall of Fort Walton Beach. The Derby
Hawthorne who died Friday in opponent: Rep. Earl Faircloth of I I GAINESVILLEi
practically every important pits UF sororities against each other| various competitions. i
.1 the Bradford County Hospital, Florida citrus industry committee Dade County. Acres Free Parking

were scheduled for 1 p.m. todayin during the last half century.He .' About U.S. 441 North
the chapel of WilliamsThomas Public Utilities Commission Weather RouncipB More au lI1Y
backed all projects to bene-
Funeral Home in Gaines- Chairman Ed Mason drew an OIStOUN at 23rd Blvd.
fit the industry, both financiallyand opponent on Friday when Jim Ph. 376-8292

ville. morally.. he will be deeply Fair of Tampa qualified. Fair,
Smith, a retired service stat missed." a perennial candidate for that wuw a 9auauNI

I t tion operator, was born Oct. 28, FLOYD GREEN office, made history two years I ,

1908, in Marietta, Ga., the son 74,1 ago when he qualified for sev- I : :: Page 1

of Homer and Lillie Smith. STARKE Floyd Green, eral offices simultaneously. The \I\ \4A.u.

Among survivors are his wid- a lawyer in Starke for 50 years, State Supreme Court ruled he ; biles> at various points in the I

ow, Mrs. Sula Strickland Smithof died suddenly yesterday morn- had to pick one. t FEC territory in a seach for i] FABRICRIOT

Hawthorne; two daughters, ing. C ;
Supreme Court Justices E. : Sunday partly cloudy rand useflu information.
Mrs. George McDaniel of Chi- \
cago, 111., and Mrs. William Clif- Green was born in Bradford Harris Drew, B. K. Roberts and warmer. High 65 to 70. ,.L., A special 1955 session of the,
County 1889 and Richard Ervin had Winds variable north througheast .
July opponents
20 was I no a
ford of Miami; two sons, Rich- I S legislature granted Florida governors -:
f 5 to 12 miles hour.
I an
Smith associated with the law officesof I j by week's end. ,
ard Smith, and ,
authority to
his brother and nephew in I A: Mostly coludy through Sunday cope
both of Hawthorne; two 1
Holland D-Fla.
Sen. Spessard !
Starke. night. High 55 to 60. Southeasterly' N.j\ disorder and preserve thepeace.
Herschel Smith of Way- i drew no opposition.Of winds 12 to 20 miles an hour.D i
He was a veteran of Wo'l I At that time the dis1rders !
Smith of
cross, Ga., and Clifford Florida's 12 congressional: : Sunday partly cloudy and warmer. '
I !
New Haven, Conn; three sisters,{War I, a member of the New seats quali- High 65 to 70. North to Northeast \ t the legislators had in'
only one opponent
''River Baptist Church winds 5 to 15 miles an hour becom 1:'
Wanell Little Power ; a member % mind were racial disturbances.
Mrs. I fied. He was James E. King of ing easterly.E i
of the American Legion Post A..6.
Springs, Ga., and Mrs. Nady Cocoa, a Democrat, seeking the f: Sunday partly cloudy and war uyq In i
56, Jones White Langford of separate telegrams, Bryant
Sue Carter and Mrs. Daniels, 11th District seat held by Rep. mer with high around 70. Northeastto
Starke former east winds S to 15 miles an hour.G told
being a post the sheriffs of Duval, St. I
both of Marietta, Ed Gurney of Winter Park, R- a
[ V Smith was a member of the commander. He was a retired : Sunday partly cloudy and war"A Johns, Flagler, Volusia, Brev-

Church of God. Burial will be in member of the Florida Bar Association Fla.Two of the state's 16 state at- east mer.winds High around 8 to 15 70.miles North an to hour north becoming ard, Indian River, St. Lucie, I I 27 Cyard
with 50 service.: easterly. Wind a little higher GAINESXXE
Shiloh Cemetery, Marietta, Ga. years torneys drew opposition. They the beaches.H : WEATHERon Martin, Palm Beach, Browardand
Green attended Stetson Uni- Dade counties to help state
DANIEL BRENNANDaniel and 1911 were State Atty. William Hop- I: Sunday partly cloudy and -Municipal\irport readings
versity was a graduateof investigators and to make strong
warmer. High tO to 75. Northeast to
kins of Tallahassee
J. Brennan, 68 of 118 the University of Florida Law opposed by east winds j to 15 miles an hour. Saturday: Ify 59 at 3 p.m., efforts of their own to enforce
died Friday in' Sylvan Srickland of Tallahasseein low 32 at 6 No rain. Values to 59c
NW 36th Ter., School. He was a member of the J: Fair through Sunday. Not quite m. the law.
I the 2nd Circuit and State
the Veterans Administration Grand Old Guard of the Univer- ; n cool. High 70 to 75. North to north. least '
Hospital in Lake City. sity of Florida Alumni Associa- Atty. Paul B. Johnson of Tampa, winds 10 to 20 miles an house TEMPERATUlSt ELSEWHERE High Low Precl" "Criminal action actually or Unbleached Muslin 36"

He retired industrail opposed by Paul Antinari Jr., of K: Fair through Sunday- High 70 to apparently related to the labor
was a Percale Prints
tion, being awarded 50-year hon- 75 Northeast to east winds 10 10 20 Jacksonville ...... 55 3S
Tampa in the 13th Circuit. : the FEC railroad
relations specialist for the miles .n hour. dispute involving -
Pennsylvania Railroad. He ,wasa ors on March 17, 1961. Two public defenders' posts Miami' ........I.... 69 $1 must be stopped," Bryant Percale Solids
survivors his
Among are: *
member of St. Patrick's Ca- widow, Mrs. Inez, Strout Green drew opposing candidates. The ALMANAC Tampa .........t.... 65 31 said in the telegrams. e Non Woven Interfacing

tholic Church, Gainesville. 13th Circuit qualified Everett Q. Suns today. ...........6:24 p.m. Atlanta' .........! A9 21
( Starke four Mrs.
0 ; daughters, ... .. to five o'clockp.m.
Jones and Joseph G. Spicola Jr. Sunrise tomorrow. ... 7:01: lI.m. "Report me by
Brennan was born Jan.2Oy'18- Elizabeth G. Ritch of Miami Moonset tomorrow....... 5:00 .m. New Orleans ......'.
; 60 3" March 3 what
Tuesday, ,
96 in New York City, the son of Tampa; and the 8th qualified Full Moon.. ............. Feb. 27
Mrs. Caroline Ramey of Free- Robert A. Green of Starke and PROMINENT STARS Boston ...........1, 41 21 .23 steps you have taken to do so."
of Michael and Winifred Byrne ......
Va. Collette Canopus low In south 8.1: p.m p
Mrs. Rosierof
Brennan. man, ; R. G. (Chief) Justiss of Gaines- The Twins, north of the Moon. New York .......... A3 30 .10
Starke and Mrs. Anice Ditt- VISIBLE PLANETS 37Cyard
Among survivors are his widow of,Jacksonville, brother ville.With Venus low in west ... 8:3& p.m. Washington .......... A7 29 .16 UF Pliys Ed
mar ; one -
Mrs. Margaret 0' Connell R. A. Lex Green of Starke the January 1963 reapportionment Jupiter I little nearer Venus. Chicago ............ a 50 30
Brennan of Gainesville.twodaughters ; plan in full effect, I I CEDAR KEY TIDES Kansas City ......... .$. 37
Mrs. Sheila Gilmore, "one'sister'Mrs.; S. Johns of 13 counties lost one represent- I Sunday-High It 3:16 a.m and 3:21 Denver ...............0 24 Prof Honored
Lake-Butler- nine p.m. Low at g:3: em. and 9:52 pin. ........... Values 79c
; grand- ative each. In on at 3:55: a.m. and 3:51p.m. Lcs Angeles :.S9 to
Eileen the
Delhi N.Y. and Miss some cases,
children. Low .t ':55 a.m and 10:2' p.m. Seattle ...............537 .01 JACKSONVILLESpurgeon
M. Brennan of Gainesville;' loss was of a top lawmaker. -
Funeral services will be con- Cherry, University of Florida e Plisse Prints
three sons, John Brennan of Speaker Mallory Horne \
Philadelphia; Kevin M. Bren- ducted at 3:30: p.m. tomorrow in of Leon County and Rep. Wil- More About \ physical education professorwas Duck PrintsSportswear

nan of Gainesville and J. Brain' the New River Baptist Church liam Chappell of Marion County cited here Friday night for Prints

Brennan of Jacksonville, and' with Rev. Rex Brookins and said they planned to drop out notable contributions and serv-
five grandchildren. Rev. W A. Hogan officiating. of the House races. Johnson ice to the American Associationof Poplin Prints

Burial will, be"in 1' the. church Health. Physical Educationand Prints47Cyard
Funeral serviced_ will be-conducted ; Races for higher i offices Kitchen
at 10 a.m.- tomorrow in cemetery. Dewitt C. Jones Fu- claimed others: Recreation.

St. Patrick's church : neral Home of ,Starke is' in Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia From Pa e 1 Cherry, who heads the University's I
Williams Thomas FuneralHome charge of 'arrangements.Pall Sen.
County, Scott Kelly of Lake- Department of Intramural -

is in charge of _arrange. : bearers will be members land and.Sen. John Mathews of rights bill. He said he suspectsthat which can resist the H ;h temperatures I Athletics and Recreation, I

ments. VICTORIA MULLINS Jacksonville qualified for thegovernor's rumors he might be willingto created by : avel amore I received one of three honor I

Pall bearers will be John race. compromise the key public than three times ifc speed :awards at the 11-state Southern

Stence, Benard Nadeau, An-: HAMPTON Mrs. Victoria Rep. John Broxson of Santa accommodations section of the of sound. I'District Association for Health,I

thony Caputo, Robert Doucette, Luceinda Mullins, 87, of Hampton Rosa County, Rep. Ben Hill bill "are strictly Republican in Physical Education and Recreation -
Frank Binderwald and Sol died in a Starke Hospital Griffin of Polk County, Rep. origin." Johnson said work on/the Al
convention. 98c
Luccucio. They will meet at yesterday morning after an ex Welborn Daniel of Lake Coun- entailed "major advances i in I Values to a yd

the church at 9:45: a.m. tended illness. ty, Rep. Leo Jones of Bay Coun- -As for politics, Johnson said aircraft technology of great significance Cherry was the only Floridian

ELMER BONAR Mrs. Mullins had been a resi ty, Rep. Jerry Thomas of Palm he hasn't speculated on who to both military and to be honored. He long has been I 45" Spring Suitings

HAWTHORNE Elmer S. dent of Hampton since 1914 and Beach, Rep. Jerry Dressler of might be his Republican oppo- commercial application" especially active in school programs to Gingham Checks
nent in the November presidential
was a member of the Hampton Brevard, Rep. Maurice Mc- in efforts to develop a improve physical fitness in to- Osnaburg
Bonar 74 of Hawthorne died
election. And he said he is
Baptist Church. Laughlin of Okaloosa, and Rep. supersonic airliner. day's youth.
yesterday morning in the Uni "unaware of any political inclinations" e 45" Drapery Lining
survivors three Jack Saunders of Monroe
Among are quali-
versity of Florida Medical Center that may be enter- Johnson disclosed he will Chintz
daughters, Mrs. Estelle Box of fied for their, Senate races. Gainesville Sun Everglaze
after a brief illness. tained by Henry Cabot Lodge, make public Monday a report
Gainesville; Mrs. Ethel Mae Es- Rep. Quentin Long of Brow- I 27" Upholstery Squares
Bonar, a retired dry cleaning the U.S. ambassador to South by Eugene Black, former headof Published evenings except i
tes and Mrs. Katie Mae Mullins, ard County qualified for state
operator, was born Oct. 12, 1889, Viet Nam who has been men- the World Bank, on plans for Saturday, and Sunday mornings -
in Kansas and had been a resi- both of Hampton; three sons, attorney.And tioned as a possible GOP aspir- financing the supersonic airliner i by the Gainesville Pub-
Ira Riddle Lester of others j just decided I I
Hampton; 101 SE
Company at
dent of Hawthorne for the
past ant. Johnson said Lodge the program.
General Lee Lester Jr. of against trying to come back. I 2nd Place Gainesville, Florida,
17 )'ears. He was a memberof Waldo and Grover J. Mullinsof GOP vice-presidential nominee.I An early question put to the I and entered as second class
the Methodist Church. in 1960, has done nothing of a. President sought his appraisalof matter at the Post Office at 5 7cyard
Among survivors are his widow Gainesville; five brothers, Cuba to Get partisan nature "that has in the possible political impactof Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
Jack, John, Abe, Frank Self and
Mrs. Virgie Bonar of I any way interfered with his the Senate's investigation of RATES BY
Hawthorne; a brother, V. E. ;Jim all of Equality, Ala.; eight More BusesMIAMI work" in Saigon.Announcing Bobby Baker, the President's CARRIER OR MAIL I
and nine
Bonar of Merced, Calif., anda I grandchildren great development of erstwhile protege who quit last I 1 Week .45 Values to 1.29

sister, Mrs. Eva Condit of I,grandchildren.Funeral services will be con- Fla. (AP-The) Cu- the experimental All jet, John- October as secretary to the Senate -I 3 Me. $5.85
Littleton, Colo. I I son said the craft "has been Democratic majority. Dacron-Cotton Broadcloth
ducted at 2 tomorrow in ban government has signed a 1 All mail subscnptions mu't
Funeral services will be conducted -i Hampton Cemetery p.m. with Rev. second contract with Leyland tested in sustained flight at Restating a position he has' be paid in advance. 45" Antique Satin Drapery

at 3 p.m. tomorrow in I Ltd. of Great Britainfor more than 2,000 miles per hour taken in the past, Johnson said Bureau of
Merle Packham, pastor of the Motors Member of Audit 45" Poplin Prints
the Hawthorne Methodist I of buses and and at altitudes in excess of this is a matter for the Senateto
Church of Ther.- delivery spare Circulation.
Hope Baptist
Church with Rev. C. M. Sap- 70,000 feet." handle and "we will have to Pique Prints67Cyard
essa officiating. Dewitt C. Jones parts, Havana radio said Sat- to
pington officiating. i He added that details of theplane's see what the consequences are, I'a -
Funeral Home ci Starke is in urday.
Williams Thomas Funeral performance "will following their
remain recommendations
in part
whole or
of la
Home of Gainesville is in charge' charge arrangements. The second contract calls for strictly classified." I after all of the evidence is U Reproduction strictly forbidden *>th tJ\e.

of arrangements. Pallbearerswill 50 buses of 45-seat capacityand Johnson said several All air- in." 1 written permUilon flf the pablUher.WE

be K. D. Pittman, I. N. Left Behind spare parts. The value was craft are now being flight-tested' -

McNatt, W.; P. Baker. S. E. Hogan -I set at $1.5 million.An at Edwards Air Force Base in

Earl Gay and Earl Cun I LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) California. The plane was built i

ningham. : Charles Whetsel, Indianapolis, earlier agreement be- by Lockheed Aircraft Corp., 'BEATMOST
tween Cuba and the British
\ drove from Louisville to Frankfort Burbank, Calif., and is poweredby I 1.98
A. B. MICHAELVERO firm called for 400 buses and Values to a yd. ,
Friday night before realiz- J58 jet engines designed by
BEACH (AP-A.) B. I valued at mil-
parts $10
Michael, 85-year-old citrus own ing he had forgotten somethinghis lion.spare the Pratt & Whitney Division of SALE PRICES Woven Seersucker
son. I United Aircraft Corp.
er-grower-producer, president of Corduroy
In broadcast heard in Mi- i Development of the fleet
Deerfield Groves, Inc., and vice John Whetsel, 10, got out of a
I 54" Prints
ami Havana radio said the made in 45" to Drapery
plane was possible part .
president emeritus of Florida the car to visit a service station WITH OUR EVERYDAY
first vehicles to Johnson said the of
are expected [ by mastery i
Citrus Mutual, died Saturday. restroom when his father I ___
arrive in Cuba for titanium
next September. techniques using I
Michael succumbed in a hospi stopped at a Louisville store. ASSORTED FABRICS

tal following injuries received When the alarmed father

late Friday in an automobile col- called Louisville police from LOW DISCOUNTS

lision on U.S. 1. He lived,. in Wa- Frankfort, his son was safely in I I P FREE FISH FRY i e hero n-Cotton Poplins 7/C yd.

J .

Jim Richardson I I :t" CITIZEN'S FIELDMONDAY I T ar Dons 87 C yd.i .

starjds for ." r Mar. 2nd 5-7 p.m. The Furniture Manufacturers i 100% Dacron Crepes 9/C yd. I

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research articles in national l ? ..dct *j
and regional scientific journals.

He is married to the for $' v*< '
mer CoKnne Terrell of Cler i I Ir
mont. They have three children. : r L\&i LlM

Joiner said unlimited talent i is
., available to the Alachua County SHOP' i s a :
c x a." ? a
School Board which could
be used as a guide in developing rE
.' a model school system but ;
it has not been used adequate- h*
;; iy.

"The board should call continuously 1
on principals, teach- 1ZNOONTO7P
ers and other staff personnel
,. ers and other staff personnel and h \ .' \ i. (
specialists for advice in form- > <
ulating policy decisions. In the K*

-t past the board has placed un-
due reliance on the county superintendent -
,4' as the sole source
of advice."
He said the county school.
system should compare favorably -
among the most excellent in

... the nation, but the system has JwlreldsQUAL1
suffered from an unrealistic financing -
program. MOTOROLA!

School board members
should cooperate closely with
other county and state agencies TV
in studying and implementing Console
t a more stable base for financ- 03"
ing the type of school system so -
necessary in this technicalage. '
Among other criticisms, he
said the school with system administrationand was overburdened -, at tinnew

there was too little dele-
Ration of authority. He said Ala-
chua County's unique resourcesof low
superior teacners, advisors
and potential facilities were not
being developed.
"Continuing studies should
be made in such areas as finan-I
cing, transportation, curricula,
and dropouts. Our education system -I
is failing to stimulate and 95
. I train the large percentage of ., ":
students who cannot, for vari-
ous reasons, look forward to YEM'
college training."I 9 9 NO MONEY 1

believe my 14 years experience DOWN
in the education field and 1
my concern as a parent for the .
local school system qualify me
to serve effectively as a member -
of the School Board.
Joiner said his campaign treasurer -
will be George R. Free- Builf-in swivel base for any angle viewing. Hand.231L overall diagonal measure; 283.sq. in. picture

man, 115 SW 43rd Ter. wired ch ssis. Frame Grid Tuner provides excel- viewing area. Tinted Eye Shade Filter Glass ,
Hodge and Willard Williams, a
the only board members up for lent signal reception. Golden M Premium Rated improves picture contrast while reducing annoying ;: :

re-election this year, announced Tubes buiit and tested to meet rigid Motoro'a' reflections. Golden Voice Speaker. 5S"x7h" L, ,;t- M

their candidacies last month. standards. Golden M Picture Tube. Alnico 5 maget speaker for rich tone. -T I
District III is composed of
Precincts 5, 16, 24 and 26, all
in Gainesville, and is the
est of the five School Board
tricts with 5,904 registered larg-\\ CHARGE IT 'cde23K89KELVINATOR :

ers.More About Take Months To Pay! \

HicksFrom \

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"Many citizens have discussedthe

problems of county govern- 2-DR. REFRIGERATOR
ment with me, but the decisionto
run is mine alone," he said. 23,000
*'I am not obligated to any ,' r FREEZER speed omPlete BTU AIR COND
group or individual. We need ELE Ysre M. ful,I
new ideas and a conservative "; _- Model Spr03r TRIC DISHWASHErrantyon all Ports $
approach to our tax problems. EASy II 800
We need a man with a y" -- -= EL ECtR I Z.p/ace
realistic view who has faced $ 3 ,pecial sett' .!!R YER_ '.lIing . $139oo

the problems of the small busi FAMOUS MA: model Dpl(. E, ,
ness"man and who can squeeze 2 basket E . .
the greatest public good from r-vxrg ( ( cI"cler ft. C HEST $8800
will ;
each tax dollar," Hicks stated."I __ J 7 ry ASH R O"er 900 Ib,
DR for
think I am that man. k i WaSh.t, dry with on a YER COMB IN AT10 only $28800
"We must have long NE eos y N
a range n the 'eHng -
plan for the future growth of NO MONEY / crate 21. "porf11"t $
l .;: 'u / year /jy CH warranty. )5800
our county and I believe my experience t P a its COLOR
keen insight Separate 100-lb. Zero Zone f FAMOUs MAK warranty TV_
gives me a -
in this direction," Hicks .: freezer with automatic defrosting Four burner & f ELECTRIC . . $36900
concluded.This _: a $, e refrigerator section. *9* drawer Ge-*
II Porce , ,
will be Hicks second __ -- -- ____ __ lain. crisper, full-width dairy ELECTRIC . . .
election fight in the last four __- ---- chest. fep rot outlet DRYE R_ $9900
years. :; ;. 30" one only
expelled Earlier,tax he ran assessor against ClaudeM. now ;_ CH r. : ECTRIC 'R NG'i" $5800G

Franks. KELVINATORAUTOMATIC: diapa/ 2ro ck: ;;;; $11800
He's a native of Starke, a .E 1 fga is
' :
graduate of high school at Tam- handle-
pa and a University of Florida { Full acros; $6800
graduate. For the last 20 years FAMOUS model

he's Appliances operated at 117 Hicks SE Radio 1st St.and cIIIIII:: :::::::: All tyood robin MAKE et.POWer 23.INCH r TA24IW NS $748timer <>

Hicks is a member and steward NESCO transformer y
of the First Methodist .j With COJHp ACT WRINGER ?
pu 778 00$17OMONEY
Church, shriner, a mp
a mason a WASHERNO CHEST A real p
member of the Eastern Star, Fa OR Up RICHT huy tyith f ,
the Elks Club, the Moose Lodge, moos Make On FREEZER_; 5900
the Exchange Club and the Am- F e oil Yofe

erican Legion. i PORTA'S' $19900
He's a past patron of the I es-SS L T V.
Eastern Star and past presidentof I Parts w
the Shrine and Exchange : 13.INCH Y $9900. ,
He's served as co-chairman of I All wty. all Parts y tub
the Chamber of Commerce Mer- 2 separate wash and spin speeds. Water Box items FOB J. ef--o nly $ 69 00
chants Division and once head- temperature selector. Extra large wash DelIvery and Sery: F.elds Store or
ed the County TuberculosisDrive. Ice Wh Ie.
tub. Automatic pre-scrubbing action. Optonal Extra
Hicks is a charter member of \. I
the Gainesville Quarterback :
Club. h .
He lives with his wife, Jessie
Mae at 831 NW 22nd Terrace.He ; OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday Noon to 7 p.m. QUALITY DISCOUNTS .

has two grown sons, Dash. The only',true measure That instant' ;
GAINESVILLE Acres Free Parking o/d I give you ;
wood Jr., who is a career Navy
of value guaranteed cash.
man, and Tommy who lives U. S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. Phone 376-8292 savings guaranteed ;t
here in Gainesville. ALWAYS. EVERY DAY.. I

He'll serve as his own cam- ,.
paign treasurer during the up- -=..- --.:

coming campaign. He'll use the .
Florida National Bank as his '_ ::::.:-..- I I
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t.A Gatnetvilla Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964


Oiafnt5ufllt thin OF How to Pick a Winner ,


JOffJf z. HAKKISON. PreiKeat aM 5mu i fork ulntra Theodore Sorensen, the poet This will be news to DwightD. us and The Star doesn't help

bliikri FAT COWLES. Tk Pr...- By JAMES RESTON laureate of the Kennedy era, Eisenhower, the most suc- us.The
dials ED JOHNSON Vic Presided is to avoid candidates whose cessful "er" man in the his- trouble with the Soren-

Florida's Beautiful cad ZsecBllT EtiUri W. G. taint WASHINGTON The best names end in "er" and look tory of the presidency, and it sen theory is that it is out of

i" EBEBSOLE.' Via rruUtftt IB* 1d- way to pick winners in a pres- for characters whose names will probably not console Ad- date. It was almost foolproof

'University City' ..""lac. Tie DirceUn PrciUiBt BOa aa'TABIAGLIONE. ClremJ- By RALPH McGILL idential election, according toBy end in "on". lal E. Stevenson, the most at the beginning of the Republic

U.> Miitftf. 01 Pelisse the AtlABU.Prta Wlanlnj tGk. Cn Publisher.Ut Uoa persistent "on" loser of the when the "ons" won )

BELOW OLYMPUS Iy """'""" century. five of the first six elections
between 1788 and 1816 (Washington i
THE SUN'S POLICY A However, candidates have
Brief Jefferson and Madison)
1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. been picked and elected on but Wilson is the only presi-

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-editorials sillier grounds, and since Lyn dent elected in this century
3. Publish all sides cf i important controversial issues. SceneTouches don B. Johnson is now running with a name ending in "on." I
ahead, and both Barry Gold-
: The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441
: water and Nelson Rockefellerare THE MODERN trend is

: Want Ads-376-4672 in trouble, the Sorensen quite different. Both the "ons"

theory deserves analysis. and the "ers" are out. The

Episode at Exeter: It was big winners in the 20th century
late afternoon and snowing HISTORY, that capricious have been men with a

I A in Alachua ? hard. Even though the vixen, is on his side. There double letter in their names.
Jr. College County very % RACING have been only three "er" This noted
: white-covered earth seemed to Foatlt was by Huntington
.- presidents John Tyler, Her- Cairns, a local genius, in the
hold of that
The 1963 Legislature authorized a has been painstakingly developed. No had some with the coming light of 4f bert hoover, and Dwight 1960 election when Kennedy,

technical high school for Alachua enthusiasms gone Eisenhower and nine "on" double "n" defeatedthe
spasmodic no specious dusk, the flakes were so thick a man,
Hillsborough County and presidents George Washington Republican "on" candidate -
County, arguments, no minority pressures that the motor cars of Gov- James
Thomas Jefferson,
Leon County. But it is significant; ernor Nelson Rockefeller's Richard Nixon.
should divert the state from carry- Madison, Andrew Jackson,
.' and perhaps fortunate, that no money caravan were nery near the William Henry Harrison, Andrew Every winning presidential
ing it to completion. The plan is a before could be
end they seen. Harrison candidate in this since
was appropriated. We say "fortun- Johnson, Benjamin century
-' ate" because the major educational long-range one, but it should not be Inside the inn, the local Woodrow Wilson and Grover Cleveland, a holdover
committee and of the
some from the 19th, has had
Johnson. : a
needs of these counties cannot be allowed! to lag. faculty at Phillips Exeter Aca- r Lyndon double letter in his first or

'I met by setting up another high demy waited, forming a cur- Not only the quantity' but second name.
the of the 'ons"
school-no matter what it is called Other Junior Colleges will undoubtedly ving reception line. The gov- quality
the \
and impressed WashingtonStar They were William McKin-
ernor, big, hardy smiLng,
or what program is prescribed. be needed, and studies which is developing a 1
stamped the snow from his 'Ja ley (two 1'5), Theodore Roosevelt
should be continued to determine rubber-clad shoes and came 1 sense of humor in its old (two o's), William Howard

., The day of the vocational (or"technical" when and where they should be down the line shaking hands. '-' age and recently came out in Taft, Woodrow Wilson

Cj: ) high school is past. It Near the end of it stood a support of the Sorensen the (who had it both ways), Warren -
established. The authorization of 1U71@nw" atrw there is
a ory. a problem.
his G. Harding Calvin Cool-
tall man with young son.
jj* belonged to the pfe-Junior College
technical school for Alachua County He was Glen Krause, head of What if Johnson meets idge, Herbert Hoover, Frank-
-=J4era when many educators (and many the academy's very superiorart "Could you utilize your uh 'unusual talents' Scranton or Nixon then lin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman -
2-' communities) were obsessed with the suggests that a need already exists department. He was so introduced and handicap the New Hampshire primary for me?" what? Sorensen doesn't tell John F. Kennedy and

IT idea that vocational training must and that the Legislature recognizedit. to the candidate for (cheating a little) D. D. Eisin-

:: be set apart from the usual and The fact that 63 per cent of the the Republican nomination. hower.

jj* normal types of educational experience high school graduates in the countydo THERE FOLLOWED one of
those brief small THIS OBVIOUSLY changesthe
and glamorized by expensive- not go on to college is significant.It scenes,
2* outlook of the whole
which, as one witnesses them, How Does It j
J:' looking buildings and sprawling machine indicates a large potential clientele one knows will be etched deeply 1964 election. It brings Bury

2': shops. to be served and a Community on teat' part of the brain with his two r's, and Rocke-

-MM' College serves the most where that stores permanent memor- feller with his two "l's" back

::: But as it became apparent, both to there are the most to serve. The logicis ies. The governor's smile of Go For Goldwater? into the race. It assures a
greeting disappeared. He took place for William Scranton,
educators and to employers, that vocational simple, self-evident and convincing.In the artist's hand again. His forces consideration of sena-

=:: training was not enough, the initial stages of the Junior face showed a controlled emo- tors Leverett SaltonsUH, Rich-

':. the vocational programs at the secondary College state plan the counties in tion. There was grief in his are Russell and Harry Byrd,

:' level were reabsorbed into the which universities are located were eyes. II and even holds out hope for
WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR would to in lose if the nation his Harold Stassen.
"Oh, Mr. Krause, he said, go war responseto rejects
*J"' regular high school offerings. Sometimes barred from eligibility in the selec-
"you were the man who It goes poorly for Goldwater an ultimatum to Cuba to views. When the double-letter tra-
the vocational tion of sites for the new colleges.But .
?: : name was continued dition is
taught Michael when he was one gathers on readingthe .give us back our water. Gold- But there are precious few analyzed more care
!=* but the 'curriculum expanded conditions have changed. University here." entrails of our intelligent wgter's solution not grounds for concluding that ully, however, it will be noti-
,2r to include most of the,standard: high admission standards have Mr. Krause nodded affirma- sia. One after another, they hav been the his views are ignorant, by ced that the men in this

2-: school courses. JMB none up. And the functions of the tively. have Spoken. The indictmentis most sophisti- contrast with those others the category with a better chance

__.. Junior College have been broadenedto "He thought so much of complete: Goldwater is ignorant cated conceivable under the pursuit of which over a periodof than anybody else are those
you. You may not know how (Lippman), Goldwater circumstances; but it cannotbe 20 years has yielded half the with a double "o" in their
:: In 1957 Florida Junior Collegeswere embrace a wide of vocational -
range classed 1
as ignorant names.
especially -
"" greatly you inspired him. You is listless (Time), Goldwa- world to the enemy.B .
:: specifically charged, by tne-"' ,' and technical training as wellas and your classes meant a ter's staffwork is incompetent not in contrast with ) What we learn about the In the last SO years, the

::' Legislature, with the responsibilityof specialized courses for adults and great deal to him. I remember (Novak & Evans), Goldwa- the hysteria that follows on opinion-makers, I fear, is that "oo's" have bad it. All told,

offering semi-professional and "special" students.It how much he talked about ter's misanthropy has become any suggestion that the United they continue beholden to an Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Cool-
you and his work here, andI States support its interests by idge, Herbert Hoover and
self evident Van HorneGoldwater's )
( ideological view of things
technical to meet the
:: programs: : growing
will always be grateful." the readiness to use force. Franklin Roosevelt had beenin
.. campaign, in a which more or less commitsthe
vocational needs of the com- would be only a matter of form MK. KRAUSE the White House for more
replied quietly
word is "p a the tic" (News- said Eisenhower United States to doing
munity and of the state. An indUStrial :-"'fro remove the ban against the loca- speaking of how, when week). ignorant They and reckless when was he nothing whatever to recap- than 30 years, and this clear-

survey indicated the availability tion of a Community College withina young Michael Rockefeller had Now let for the decided to defend Quemoyand ture the !initiative, and restore ly suggests the possibility ofa
us assume,
of thousands of jobs for which specified radius of a university been a student at the aca- moment, that those gentle- Matsu in 1958: which nevertheless the status quo ante. What do race between Senator John
the talent and Sherman Cooper for the Demo
demy boy's
short-term training would be adequate center.If sensitive, touch for art and men observers are correct on he did, and the islands THEY propose to do to liber- crats and Senator Bourke Hic-

preparation. The Community design had been early appar- every point, and ask a) What are free today. Ditto ate Cuba? Or for that matter, kenlooper of J. Edgar Hoover ';
have then learned about Berlin in 1959, and Berlin is Zanzibar? If they consider
Junior College is ideally structuredto we understand the legal proce- ent. The governor thanked him we for the Republicans.
Goldwater b) What have free. Neither Quemoy nor Goldwater ignorant becausehe
provide su training without sac- dure involved, the Alachua County again, and fcr a moment both we
; then learned about the opin- Matsu nor Berlin would be is not academically flashy, PRESIDENT JOHNSON, of
rificing or limiting its other services. Board of Public Instruction should ing stood the there teacher's, the governor hand hold-and ion I eaders of the Republic, convincingly free if the Com- how do they account for the course;is not wholly out of it.

And it is legally authorized to do so. initiate the move to gain approvalfor each man remembering a and c) What have we then munists had blocked access to support of his general positionby He is a resourceful man. He
them. Cutting off the water such finished scholars has all the of the presi-
the location of a Community school boy who, a few learned about the people of power
v prep supply is analogous to and experienced strategistsas dency at his and like
the United States? cuttingoff disposal,
In our opinion the State Depart Junior College in Alachua County. years before, at the age of
access to Berlin in 1948. Professor James Burn- his youngest daughter, who
". ment of Education is right in not encouraging The State Department of Education 23, had been drowned, in 1961,. A) It is important to bear in At the time we flew in food ham? Or Robert Strausz- came into the White House as

the construction of special would then survey the situation and off the coast of New Guinea.He mind that the word "ignorant" and fuel. Now we sip in wa- Hupe? Or Stefan Possony? "Lucy" and is now identified
had to that
gone countryon is used arbitari-
technical or vocational high schoolsto make recommendations for legisla- search for primitive very ter. Are we prepared to allow And C) What do we learn officially as "Luci," he could
a in America
ly usually to mean
do a job which the Community tive authorization. We believe that sculptures for the Museum of that the ignorant man's read- East G e r m a ny today to do again, assuming the chargeis always change the spelling of

Colleges are better fitted to do and the recommendations would be fa Primitive Art in New York. ing of the nature of the con- once again to Berlin wl'at we true, that the American his name.
are permitting Cuba to do to people will demonstrate at The outlook however favors
which to do. To vorable. The governor gave the teach- temporary problem is differ-
they are expected Guantanamo Bay? Governor William W. Scrantonof
New and
Hampshire, Oregon,
er's hand a last hard grip
ent from Goldwater's
own. -
revert to the delusion that the tech- and California, that they do Pennsylvania. He looks likea
and then turned to continue
There is
alleged ignorance derives a sense in which
.. nical high school is the answer to the The time is right and the cause is down the reception line. not from the alleged absence Goldwater's campaign is almost not want Goldwater: what is gray and elegant Kennedy.

(!. vocational problem would be a hu- worthy. It would seem to be the signal Suddenly, one was aware of concrete knowledgeof necessarily amateurish, to be learned about us? I fear He has a pretty wife. He is
the that the from a big state. He has experience
miliating retreat. for responsible Alachua County that all the while the crowded what is going on in the and that reason does him and answer, peopleare
,. still cozened the deca- in the House of Representatives
representatives, both educational and lobby had been filled with world, but from the alleged his movement considerablecredit. dent and by view of in the State De-
sound and conversation, and despairing
The Florida Junior College Plan civic to pick up the ball and carry it. that a presidential primarywas incompetence of the measureshe Goldwater's candidacyis America's destiny in the partment and in the governor
advances as appropriateto altogether uncynical; thatis
ship, but this is not all.
world. The view that Americacan
on but for a moment the
their solution. to say, he is seeking first
drama of the and when all is said and done The main thing is that, no
governor and foremost the popular acceptance -
When Goldwater says, for how the trend
I matter
do moves,
nothing, except to
t the teacher had made one
I of a fresh series of
instance, that he would as of whether
hold the line. But when that regardless the dou
of movement of
M I Voice of the citement. For a minute out president instruct the marinesto and attitudes its towards the not world first line bulges, menacingly as at ble-letter vogue remains or
problems ,
turn on the water pipes at ; switches back to the
PeopleOn men
of the clock of life, a father and foremost, his nominationand Laos, or when it snaps, as in
and a teacher had established Guantanamo, he is called ignorant Cuba or Zanzibar: we can do whose names end in "on,"
election.In .
.a communication, remembering (or the synonyms: nothing except console our- William Scranton is In.

a The Sim's I I a lad whose mind had responded "reckless," "irresponsible"). the summer of 1961, Har selves that, by yielding, we Besides, his initials are
:: Opinion PageOpinions to the beauty of line and The assumptions are that per's Magazine revealed that have avoided war. Well we W. W.Call.

N Goldwater is ignorant of the during the presidential cam- can avoid war by yielding
and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice af the People column. Letters images.
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should THE ROCKEFELLER fam- necessary or probable con- paign the previous year, John Kansas City. to Arms
."I not exceed 500 words and must be written" .n only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The ily is one of the nation's as- sequences of having the ma- Kennedy and his associates Who wants war, by the way?
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without cheneina the writer's meaninf or sets. The five grandons of the rines turn on the water, i.e., paid very close attention to an Goldwater? Why should he

intent. legendary John D. Rockefeller that if they were to do so, a opinion evaluating machinethat simultaneously 1)) want war, LeftArms
world war would ensue.. indicated just exactly and 2) want the presidency,
have each found his placein
". School Board members. Take the example beauty that of our azaleas city, especiallynow are be- the scheme of things. Eachis The extraordinary fact of what it was the voters would considering the near certaintythat (e) N.w York Times
of libraries for which they our successful in the materialsense the matter. is that true ignor- most want to hear six weeks war would mean his ex-

Needs A Woman consider they have done the ginning to bloom, and sug- and each is living a ance is the position that suggests later; and the campaign was tinction, and perhaps even the WASHINGTON A critical
gest that they start their an- shortage has developed in the
best job. It *s true the board useful life. that world war could oriented to these results. Presidency's?
nual preparation for the conceivably as the re- Goldwater disdains that kind Maybe Goldwater will fail U.S. moon project.
EDITOR, Sun; It now provided money, but nothinghas "Clean Fix Paint The Rockefeller money has ensue
Up Up,
sult of such act. It is noth- of professionalism so that in firing the creative imagination
ill ;
seems odd, since there was so been done to prevent the Up Week." been wisely used. Public The contractors who build!
much said about narrow minded librarians health research, on a large ing less than that sheer, easy as it would be for any of the American peopleto the rockets that will send men
1/ the poor from preventing the studentsthe As tourists ride through our and varied scale, and assistance raw, vulgar, catastrophic ig- halfbrained man, l't alone a demand a new and progres- to the moon have just issuedan
4 manner in which the school city in cars, buses and trains, to that the successful politician like f sive foreign policy. I suggest
use of the books in the li- to art, music, scientific norance suppose urgent call for left-handed
board conducted the school brary. You do not have to go I am sve they are impressed studies and education generally Soviet U n ion, without whose Goldwater, to trim his sails that in that event the failureis welders at premium pay. It

business just last year, that to a lot of trouble to verify with the abundantly beau- are but a few of their participation a world war to the popular winds, he has more conspicuously Ameri- seems that the bell-shaped

there is not one of those offer- this. Just check the many rules tiful blooms of the camellias, causes. The United States, would! ((1 let us use the fash- no intention whatever of doingso ca's than his. He has gone thrust chamber at the bottom .
ing his azaleas, red bud and dogwoodtrees. ionable term) unthinkable, and is quite prepared to more than half way.
would have
name as a candidateto that were proposed by the However, that beauty is for example, not of the rocket, where the
do a better job. librarian at Gainesville High obtained an early lead in nuclear flames come out, is cooled by
too often marred the
There should be a lady on School and approved by the by un physics but for the Rock- POTOMAC FEVERBy many tubes about the diam-
the school board to representthe principal to actually preventthe surrounding proper- efeller sponsorship of the research eter of a pencil.

woman's view poi n t. students from using the library ties.We and experiments by Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau
should ask that They have to be welded
There must be another woman facilities.I empty Fermi and Oppenheimer.Nelson .
..0 in this county that does hope some woman can lots, warehouses, etc., all of Rockefeller turned Just to set the record straight, the correct name of the new heavyweight hand. And they are placed so

..,. not mind offering herself asa didate will announce that which ire owned by someone toward public service and pol champ (and No. 1 walkie-talkie set) is Gaseous Clay. that a right handed welder

lot servant of the people to wants' good schools and will be looked at by those itics. He has been an able -- cannotget at them unless he

provide better schools for the work for good sound school owners. Surely their pride in governor. In 1960 the Repub- Carole Tyler, Bobby Baker's blond secretary won't talk for Senate probers. twists himself like a pretzel

children of Alachua County. their city, and personal property lican party's so-called Old I Republicans have their '64 campaign slogan: Baker skiddoo and Tyler too. Left handers may apply at ,

:j! There are so many ways that operation.MRS.. ADA SPETES will spur them on to Guard had determined on -- the Rocketdyne Division of '
al j the board members now running do a little flxing-up. Richard Nixon. In 1964 there Signs o: spring: Winter is almost over. The first robin appeared on the lawn North American Aviation, Ca- 'i'

H. for reelection have let All of us should rememberthat are formidable odds against -and collapsed after swallowing some of the chemical weed-killer. noga Part, Calif.

:, the people down. I am a Tvom- Time for City'sSpring Mayor Winn and Mr. Rockefeller's obtaining his -- :

an and would run if qualified. Harling have just recentlyreceived party's nomination. But one Longshoremen end their boycott of Russian wheat shipments after a White .

I will gladly work day Cleaning an award for our cannot help but respect and House concession. This proves our foreign policy isn't on the rocks. It's on the Kids love to have an ency-

'fli 1 and night if one who is qualm City Beautiful we want.our admire him for his courage docks. clopedia around the house. It

ified will announce. EDITOR, Sun; Perhaps we city to be remembered and and determination! to make the -- helps parents get the homework '
cW The board has done no could ask''' the residents of mentioned again and again. GOP face up to the real issues Overheard on the bus: "She's the type of woman who, if she can't say any- done so much faster.

.s more than a ,half ,job as Gainesville ,to anticipate the ADELAIDE SELLE of our time. thing good about another woman, loves it." -Ck& flSf Times

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4A Gainesville Sun Sunday, Match 1, 1964

County Community College
I COLORED NEWS Library is securing and

collecting a variety of materials -
( intI 2 PLAYS SLATEDThe was a patient in the Alachua I tist Church with Rev. D. E. ing worship, Communion 11 in increasing their knowledge -

Lincoln Players will pre General Hospital has returned I White pastor, on Monday, a.m.; and evening worship, i concerning Urban Re-
sent their third and fourth pro t to her home and is reported as I March 2, at 8 p.m. F. G. Win- Communion, 7 p.m. Rev. W. M. newal.

ductions of the Season. These improving. Mrs. Williams' home !gate, president; Mrs. F. D. Ferguson, pastor.A I The materials represent both

JOftfl *. fiABtUOK. It....... MdFikHiJUM productions are two one-act address is 614 NW 4th Street Shannon, secretary; Mrs. A. M. general and specific aspects
plays. The first of the two is FR 6 738$. Mrs. Williams'
Fit CCWIZL: Tie* tttttttmti Pridgen program chairman; dozen St. I and both pro and con views of
KB 10aJlrl Jlr. tie* Pr....... "Late Holiday" by Florence R. friends are asked to visit her. Mrs. "0. L. Souder, pastor. school teachers Petersburg Public -|the subject as well as case ,
Beautiful ':.:. *Ad *ee.ue Etittti W. Q. *IBCBEfcftOtC. K hn. "Legend of the Lake" by Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. with 25 Istudies of individual states and
i' ,U. 'tU"'.' *.4 14ttrtUUf years or more years of success-t
- Chase Webb is the second
tJ pro- SLATES MEETING {ciUes.I .
DlfteUM loa TAtAt'Univrslty ful teaching were cited
City1 LJOM1U t... 'H.l4i4 A4 CifiBl. duction. Both productions will SPECIAL NOTICE The Women's Home Mission of during Current available materials
U. 11...,.,. be March in the Recognition Day programs at I
presented 13 the
Hopewell Baptist Church which
The 5th Ministers, Deacons, 16th Street Junior High School. may be used m Lie U-
Lincoln High School Auditorium. Laymen's and Women's Union will meet directly after Sun. The group included Mrs. Agnes brary include the following:
THE SUN'S POLICY Two monologues will also accompany -will meet at the Mt. Olive Primitive day School at the church today. Childs Hunter, Miss Olive Beatrice 1. City of Dayton. Beach. UrI .

1. Reftert the news fully ind implrMlty In the newt cblumns. of literature.thes dynamic pieces Baptist Church in a busi- McLin, Mrs. Willie Mae I I ban renewal Department.
ness meeting on March 12. PLANS MEETINGThe Perkins-McMurray and William{Questions and Answers on Urban -
2. Expreit the 6 mi6ns 6f the Sun I In -but Artly !tr.ddtutId!
3. Publish! ill sldiS of important controversial iwues. The members of both casts During the meeting, there will Azalea Court No. 104 will I G. McLaurin, all of whom are Renewal. February 1964.
have already been selected. The be the election l of officers. meet at the regular meeting frequent visitors in the Unher- 2. Co orado. Legsistive Coun
; Tho Sun'* taltpfionts: All D.partme"ts-J71.1441 "Late Holiday" cast consists of The contestants are: Patricia place on Thursday at 8 p.m., sity City. I I cil. Urban Renewal in Colorado .

Want Ads-376-4672 Maxine Cunningham, Ruth Den- Dunn and Brenda Norman. March 6.During. The program emphasized the : Report to the Colorad
olson, Florence Grant and Cornelia -. the meeting, there will need for good school Community General Assembly. Research
R wla. Andrea Jetter, Sa- UNDERGOES SURGERY be the election of officers. Mrs. Bulletin No. 39. November
relationship and
dra McNeil,' Benjamin Redic, Emanuel McCray who underwent W. B. McGinnis, W. M.; Mrs. contributions of the honorees pointed out in 1950.

and Florida Sender are* includedin I surgery in Alachua General Betty Brown reporter. religion civic and other activi 3. Housing and Home Finance
A in Alachua ? the "Lake" .
Jr. College County cast. -- ----
Hospital was reported as ,ties. I Agency. Advance tOt FUDJIC
.. A very special guest star, Mr. ,doing nicely. Miss Batbara Watson CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSEmanuel I I Works Planning Fact Sheet.
The 1963 Legislature authorized & has been painstakingly developed. No Michael Duncan, has graciously reporter. Baptist Sunday'RELIGIOUS --- j November 1962.

technical l high school for Alachua spasmodic enthusiasms, no Specious consented with to make the Lincoln a guest appearance School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- WEEK I!!I 4. Housing and Horn Flnan-
Play- ALACHUA NEWS ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wor-I ST. AUGUSTINE-Dr. Grady'
: County, Hillsborough County and arguments, no minority pressures ers. P.T.A. MEETINGThe ship, Communion 6:30: p.m. D. Davis dean of Shaw Divinity >I ce Agency. College Housing

"* Leon County. But it is significant, should divert the state from carry Parent-Teacher Association Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal School at Raleigh, N.C., wilL'[1962.Loans-Fact Sheet. September,

and perhaps fortunate, that flo money A LANDMARK of A. L. Mebane High School Monday, 7:30 p.m.; and be guest lead during Religious,
"" ing it to completion. The plan is a Bible "In this 5. Housing and Home Finance
was appropriated. We say "fortun, Thought confidence will meet in the auditorium of there will be prayer meeting Emphasis Week at Florida Me-i
IR ate" because the major educational .long-range one, but it Should not b6 let us hold on to the hope the school in a business meetingon Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. mortal College here, March Agency. Program Guide: Senior
that we have professed without it has been announced Citizens Loan Program (Infor-
Monday at 8 pastor; M. E. Mid- by 1-7'1
J needs of these counties cannot be allowed to lag. mation for applicants), July,
the slightest hesitation for hIs The president, Mrs. Emily dl ton, reporter.Mt. i. Rev. Ottie L. West director
..j'met: by setting up another high utterly dependable and let Hymes, is asking the parents, Moriah Baptist Sun religious life at FMC. 1962.

,.z'..* school-no matter what it is called Other Junior Colleges will undoubtedly us think of one another and how patrons teachers and friends of day School, 9:45: a.m.; morning Theme of the week will be I 6. Housing and Home Finance

or what program ,is prescribed. be needed, and studies we can encourage one another" education to be present. worship, 11 a.m. Choir No. 11 "The Religious Dimension in;Agency Interest Rates on
to love and do good deeds. MEETING SCHEDULED; will have its rehearsal tomorrow Society," and during the course Loans under various HHFA
:... .' .s should. ,. be continued, to .determine (Hebrews 10:23-24. Phillips.) The Heroines of Jericho will 7:30 p.m. REv L. A. Till- of it Dr. Davis will sneak',Programs Effective July, 1963.
The day of: ihe, vocational t Jor whefl :and where they should be meet at the Mason Hall on Tues- man, pastor; Mrs. Jerlene on such aspects as "Religion -

5 "technical") high.schoof l J :;pa3t. 'It. established. The .authorization 'of TO PRESENT PROGRAM day at 8 p.m. in a business Galney, reporter. I and Automation." Relig'on: and I
:45 belonged to Ih'e) 'prV J Jtifaio'i1 i College ,- : The Progressive Choirs Union meeting. Mrs. Emily Hymes, Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Practical Politics," "Religionand

"2J era wheh many:e1ucatirs (and many .technical school for Alachua County Will present a musical t programat pr sid nt. Church School, 10 a.m.; morn Campus Culture," and "Re-

:: communities) .were obsessed with the, ;suggests that a need already exists Church the with Mr.Rev.Herman A. L. Jordan Baptist, ing worship, Communion 11' ligion and Social Maturity."

,: idea that vocational l, ,training must .- and. that the Legislature recognized pastor, today at 3 p.m. .BROOKER NEWS a.m.; evening worship, Communion Other speakers on the pro- ,
Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter. 7 p.m. Rev. W. L. gram, as arranged by Rev. I
E: be set apart.fiom': the usual and it. The" fact that 63 per cent of the INDISPOSEDMrs. Souder, pastor. West, are to be FMC's Dean

': normal types, of educational experience high school graduates in the cou.'y PLANS PROGRAM Thomas is ill at the home Greater Bell MethodistSun- Sankey C. Chao on "Christian

-:- and glamorized by expensive- donot;: go on to college is significant.It The West Coast Ministers and of her daughter Mrs. Ora M. day School, 10:30 a.m.; and! Responsibility in Government,"
Deacon Union Choir will
.::; looking buildings .and sprawling ma- indicates a large potential clientele musical today presentIts ate Gilmore. Mrs. Thomas' friends morning worship, 11:30: a.m. Prof. Kenneth J. Huenink
: .- program are asked to visit her. Rev. A. J. Anderson, pastor; chairman of the division of humanities -
:: to be served and Community
chine shops. a at the Mt. Bethel
p.m. Baptist
Moore, reporter, on "The Religious Di-
i ; College serves the most where Church with Rev. C. Dennison, James Coney is ailing in the (Brooker.) mension in Art," and Dr. H. K.

I But as it became apparent, both to there are the most to serve. The logicis pastor at Micanopy. Alachua General Hospital. Mt. Pleasant Methodist i Nicholson, head of the depart

.:* educators and employers, that vocational simple self-evident and convincing. There is no admission price Friends wish for him a speedy Church School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- ment of English, en "Religionand
but a free-will offering will be "
:::: training was'not enough, In the initial stages of the Junior accepted. recovery. the Modern Stage.

:5 the vocational programs at the secondary College state plan the counties in CZXCYNL45UNDA
.: level were bsorbed into the which universities are located were JOINT MEETINGThe Y COLORED INFORMATION

regular high school offerings. Sometimes barred from eligibility in the selection BAPTIST MEETINGThe
::::: Floral Court Lodge and WILLIAMS DAYTONA BEACH-The Vo-
': the vocational name was continued of sites for the new colleges. the Ushers' Board Lodge No.I Baptist Brotherhood of I Funeral services for John MISS YOUNG

Z but the curriculum expanded But conditions have changed. Uni. 113 will meet jointly Monday ate I Alachua and adjacent counties I I Williams of 426 NW 6th St.,
will meet at the Friendship Bap- ,
at the home of Mrs. Ona
: to include most of the standard high versity admission standards have p.m. will be held Monday at 3 p.m.
tist Church with Rev. D. E.
M. Pyles, of 614 SW 3rd Street. il
from Duncan
school courses. gone up. And the functions of the March Brothers Funeral l lI
:2 Dues are to be paid in full. White, pastor Monday, Chapel. Interment
will followin
JIM."Z- Junior College have been broadenedto 2, at 8 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, I
Copeland .
In 1937 Florida Junior Colleges embrace a wide range of voca- REHEARSAL PLANNEDThe president; Rev. S. M. Daniels, immediate survivors include -

2? were specifically charged by the tional and technical training as wellas choral group Of Lodge No. secretary. his mother, Mrs. Sophor-
: 113 will have its rehearsal l TuEsday onia Davis city and brothers '
Legislature with the responsibility specialized courses for adults and"special" ; ,
March 3, at 8 p.m. at the Walsh Williams and Robert ;
'2f of offering semi-professional and students. home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re Williams of 426 NW 6th St.

:: technical programs to meet the grow Ross, of 704 SW 5th Terrace. porter. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
ing vocational needs of the community It would be only a matter of formto NOTE OF SYMPATHY are in charge.

and of the state. An indus remove the ban against the loca- ,ROYAL ARCH MASONS Ftiends sympathize deeply .
There will be a business meet- with Rev. R. Sams in the deathof ROOSEVELT RISBY "
trial survey indicated the availability tion of a Community College withina ing of Mt. Pisgah Royal Arch I his sister, Mrs. Rachael Nelson Funeral service for Roose-

of thousands of jobs for which specified, radius of a university Chapter No. 105 at the Rising at Miami. velt RIsby of Starke will be held

short-term training would be ade- center. Sun Hall on March 11 at 7:30 NOTICEThe today in Freewill S apt I 1st

quate preparation. The Community p.m. Vernon L. Trapp, H.P. Heroines Society of Wil- Church 2 p.m. with Rev. L. Mc- 4
Jimmy Ferguson. liston pledges its support to the Kay officiating. Burial will follow -
... Junior College is ideally structured If we understand the legal procedure educational and religious buildIng in Pleasant Grove Ceme '

: to provide such training without sac involved the Alachua County ARCHER Ntws of the Williston Community.This tery. This service is under the w-

rificing or limiting its other sCrvic s. Board df Public Instruction should WOMEN'S bAY SET organization is askingthe direction of Chestnut and Haile MISS GEORGE MISS IRVING

: And it is legally authorized to do so. initiate the move to gain approvalfor Women's Day will be observed full support at its Palm Sun- Funeral Home of Starke. -

.- the location of & Community at the St. Paul Baptist day program set March 22. The LUKE W. CERTAIN t

j:: In our opinion the State Department Junior College in Alachua County. Church March with Rev.6. H. Foye, pastor meeting will be announced Final rites for Luke W. Certain -
of Education is in The State : of 511 SW 6th PL, who died
r right not en- Department of Education During the morning worship The motto of the society Is "I
couraging the construction of special would then surve;, the situation and at 11 Mrs. Charlotte Robin- lift as You Climb." Mrs. Florence Thursday at the Veterans Ad-

technical or vocational high schoolsto make recommendations for legisla- son will be the principal speaker Thompson M.A.M. ministration City following Hospital a lingering in Lake illness p

do a job which the Community tive authqrization. Ye believe that ; and also during the evening will be conducted Satur. :
7:30 Mrs. Robertson
Colleges are better fitted to do and the recommendations would be fa worship Clubof day Mar. 7, at 2 p.m. from the
The Frances Robinson
Will be the principal ;
which they are expected to do. To vorable. speaker.You the Mt. Carmd Baptist Mt. Nebo M. E. Church with the ,

revert to the delusion that the technical are invited to attend. Beatrice Church with Rev. T. A. Wright, Rev. 0. S. Cameron officiating.
Interment will follow in the Mt.
'::. high school is the answer to the The time is right and the cause is Neal, reporter.CONVALESCING pastor, will meet with Mrs. Nebo Cemetery.t These servicesare
Marie Rowe of 510 NW 4th St.,
.1; vocational problem would be a humiliating worthy. It would seem to be the signal under the direction of the
on Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs.
retreat. Hughes and Chestnut Funeral
for Alachua -
responsible County
Mr. Times of NW 10th Street Esther W. Hamm reporter.
representatives, both educational and who is a patient in the Veterans' Home.

NI The Florida' Junior College' Plan civic. to pick up the ball and carry it. Hospital at'Lake City, is visitingat There will be a Talent Showat COLLIES PORTER JR.

his home, and was reportedas A. Q. Jones Elementary Final rites for Little Collies
much improved. School on Tuesday March 3, Porter Jr. of 'Alachua, who died i
at 8 p.m. Sponsored by the Ca- Feb. 21 at home following a
I NEWBERRY NEWS melliattes Club. This show will brief illness were conducted CAROLYN JACKSON LIWAN JACKSON

: PATIENT IN HOSPITAL feature talent from all over the yesterday at 11 a.m. from the
Voice ofth.e -
People Deacon Eddie Thompson is county. I St. Luke M. E. Church in Ala- '
now a patient in the Veterans The admission price: elemen- chua with the Rev. O. W. Italic -

Hospital at Lake City. tary children, 15 cents; high officiating. Interment followedin I

: On The The members and friends of school, 25 cents; find adults 35 the St. Matthew Cemetery.t
:,: Opinion Page the Mt. Zora Baptist Church are i i cents. Master Porter was survived by
asked to visit him. Robert Williams -I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collr
Opinions ant comment .f Sun readers ere wftlcomt in the Vdlte of the PiOpU" ccluftin. Utttrt '
reporter. BUSINESS MEETINGThe i iCs Porter of Altchua. These
,must be signed u' her the wtlte,', oddr,". Ntmet will be withheld, If reflulittd. A lifter should
#'list exceed 500 words .nd must be written on only one tide of the ....r. tarry cinnOt bi used. The Friendship Choirs Union services were under the direc-
Sun reserves the right to reject ,ny letter or to shortea ;it. without thonging. the writer' mooning' or RETURNS HOME will hold its special business direction of the Hughes and
'",int."t. Mrs. Lorene B. Williams, who meeting at the Friendship Bap Chestnut Funeral Home.

:: School Board members. Take the example beauty of our city, especiallynow r"t... 1 ;;'.

of libraries for which they that our azaleas are be- '. L ,. r E_
Needs A Woman consider they have done the ginning to bloom and sug- a-
that start
gest they annual -
best job. It .is true the board
preparation for the
EDITOR, Sun; It now provided money, but nothing
"Clean Up, Fix Up, Paint
1 seems odd since there was so has been done to prevent the week."

''much said about the poor narrow minded librarians Up As tourists ride through ,? ,,",
our rii&J!
'"manner in which the srhool from preventing the studentsthe city in cars busts and trains,
use of the books In the li- ;: ; t MISS GRIFFLN MISS ALEXANDER
board conducted the school brary. You do not have to go I am sure they are impressed .; f 'j
with the abundantly beautiful
:business just last year tb/ to a lot of trouble to verify t '
'there is not one of those offeiing ihis. Just check the many niles blooms of the camellias, 'Jabberwock9 Is Scheduled I
azaleas red bud and '
his name as a candidate that were proposed by the dogwood ,, ,:
to do a better job. librarian at Gainesville High trees. However, that beauty is II

There should be a lady on School and approved by the too often marred by the un P!' 1 $ [: / 4 At Lincoln High Friday"The I

the school board to representthe principal to actually prevent cared-for surrounding proper }-",- ;.di",>> ;:15}!}

woman's view point.I the students from using the library ties.We U.S.S. Delta Takes the funds. annual contributions are
-There must be another worn- facilities.I should ask that empty the
Grand Tour" will be themeof made to local, national, civic
'aninthiscounty that does lots, warehouses, etc., all of "
hope some woman can- "Jabberwock sponsored by and social organizations. Someof
":not mind offering herself as didate will I I announce that which are owned by someone the Ocala Alumnae Chapter of I the funds also 'go to a national
a servant of the people to wants good schools and will be looked at by those Delta Sigma! Theta Sorority, mental health project of
provide better schools for the work for good sound school owners. Surely their pride in Inc., to be held Friday begin- the sorority.
.;children of Alachua County. operation, their city and personal property ning at 8 p.m. in the Lincoln The "Jabberwock" idea be-
/There.! are so many ways that MRS. ADA SPETES will spur them on to High School auditorium. gan in Boston Mass., in 1925 by
.the board members now runxJung do a little fiiing-up. "Jabberwock" is a term from the Iota Chapter of the sorority.The .
for reelection have let All of us should rememberthat j6wis Carrol's "Alice in Won- contestants for Miss Jab.
,uthe people down. I am a woman Time for City'sSpring Mayor WinD and Mr. Human Relations Intern derland" and is used as the berwock are Lillian J Jackson

and would run if qutlifi- Marling hive just recently name of the sorority's show Dale George, Nellie Irving,
:: d. I will gladly work day Cleaning received an award for our Miss Alma Seniors is shown as she discusses student involvement in human each year to raise funds for' Annette Young and Carolyn

,nand night if one who is quaI ]- City Beautiful we want our relations projects with two students of Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg.The scholarships for outstanding women Jackson.
.Jfi d will announce. EDITOR Sun; Perhaps we city to be remembered and two co-eds are Gladys Evans of Tampa, and Ella Rawls of Gainesville.Miss students in high schools Contestants for the Little Miss
ul The board has done no could ask the residents of mentioned again and again. Seniors a graduate, of Tuskegee, is touring colleges in 10 states for the and colleges.In Princess are Robin Griffin and
more than a half job as Gainesville to anticipate the ADELAIDE SELLE Southern Region of the National Student YWCA. addition to the scholarship,,,Margaret Angela Alexander.

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26, running red light, $10; running red light, $10; Lelia!$10; Ralph Emerson Danson II, --
Jerry Freeman Stephenson,1 I Tate Miles, 36, 909 NE 23rd St.,1;Jacksonville, running a stop I Starke, speeding, $15; Kirby Bruce Davis Miller, 21, 719 S\1
I SEE 22, 1806 SE 47th Ter., running i J running red light, $10; Robert sign, $10; Roderick Hooten; 45, Smith Fraser, 21, 2118 NW 7th21st St., operating a business
by II red light, $10; Kenneth Paul Clare Carl, 19, 2129 E. University -Route 4, running a stop "sign,I Lane, reckless driving, $25;without a city license, $25.
Wooten, 20, route 3, running red Ave., running red light, $10; George Towney Kennard, ---- --- -
light, $10; Jeanne Dorcius Tra- $10; Edgar Dallas Cook Jr., 42, 49, 1119 NW 4th St., running aj i
vis, 38, 5013 NE 6th Ave., runningred Lake Geneva, running a stop stop sign, $10; Henry Lee Jim RichardsonIS
light, $10; Frank Rotondi, sign, $10; James Jay Basker- las. 42, 514 SE 14th Ter.DoUg-I
.the SUN
:. : II I 36, Ridgefield, N. J., runningred ville, 22, 713 NE 10th Ave., run- ning a stop sign, $10; NOTBEHOLDEN
light, $10; Anthony Charles ning a stop sign, $10; Theodore Coursey, 26, 432 NW 9th St., run *
f II u Klatt Jr., 25, 710 SW 27th St., Frederick Wilisch, 22, 221 SW ning a stop sign, $10; Robert TO

1 COURT OF RECORD leen Vincett Rosenberger, 43,,1,light, $10; Donald Arthur running red light, $10; Benja- 13th St., running a stop sign, Clayton Rogers, 20, 1002 NW:, ANY
min Franklin Burke, 53, 627 NE 2nd Ave., running a stop sign:
j Criminal Di> ins $10.
f 822 NW 36th Drive, running red Shields, 35, 403 NE 1st Ave.,
15th St., running red lighi, $10; $10; John Bonifare Jr., 19, 1908, SPECIAL CROUP w-
McClair Jones, 41, 3
Ira Carter
Judge presiding fight, Charles Edward red !
$10; running light, $10; Sher- NW 3rd Ave., running a stop
Michael Mucci, 21, 1921
Feb. 26FinedBarremore 418 NW 29th St., running a stop ; Vote For RICHARDSONCity
Stephenson, 17, 1631 NE 4th man Johnnie Lynn, 22,
I sign, $10 and Frank Allen i
NW 36th Ave., running red light, ;
sign, $10; Clyde Farmer Mooney Commission 1
1 3101 NW 2nd Ave.,S. Brown, Ave., running red light, $10; 1947 NW 31st Ave., running red $10; Raymond Elwood Allen,21. 49, 924 NW 61st St., runninga Lamb, 27, 1708 NW 38th Ter.,, Group
improper James Edward Tucker, 28, 1106 light, $10 Marcio Ellen running sign, $10. (Pd. Pol.Adv.)
; a stop
drivers license, $20 or five 1731 NW 55th Ter., running red stop sign;$10; Willie ,
NE 10th Ave.. running red light, 22, 2505 NW 6th St., running red light, $10; Howard Ernest King, Metcalfe, 70,1005 NW 13th Ave.,I Estreated the bonds of Julian
Sammie Lee Griffin Ar-
l cher days; valid drivers license, ,! $10; Walter Hubert Murphy, 51, light, $10; Worth Elwood Dob- 46, 1406 NE 28th Ave., runningred running a stop sign, $10; James Ralph Merlin, 21, 12 NW 21st Every day the American public buys more daily
$20 costs, no ; Henry Grady Hawkins 3810 SW 19th St., running red bins, 65, 406 NE 7th St., runninged I light, $10; Catherine Ann Charles Simmon, 45, 1325 SE I St., passing a stopped school newspapers than all the paper match books given
\ general delivery, Gaines Arthur Shields, 35, 403 NE 1st light, $10; Daniel Cooey Sr., Holm, 33, 2791 SE 27th Ave., 2nd Ave., running a stop sign, bus, $25; Donald Brancles, 17, away free.

ville, no valid drivers license,
$20 or five days; Margaret C.
Haynes, Route 2, no valid driv- .
ers license, $20 costs; James
Young Hilliard, 1111 NW 40th I I II liii 7 valid drivers license, _
$20 costs;
Charles Ferrell Livings, 3023 III
NE 12th St., improper drivers I
license, $20 or five days; John
McCoy, Route 4, speeding, $25
or 10 days; Percy Howard JMIields II d 1'Jk 'Ii

;I Warren,,Ocala traffic, violation school of and restriction -

$20 costs; Henry Davis Weathers _
Hawthorne, reckless driv-
ing, traffic school and $20 QUALITY
costs; Reynold J. W. Williams,
1326 SE 4th St., speeding, traf- B3P"DISCOUHT Shop 12 N.oon "' 0" P.I\II.
fic school and $20 costs, and : 14oR
Barbara B. Butler, St. Peters- II
burg, worthless check, restitu-
tion and $20 costs. II
Also fined Annie Mae Ste- I
phens, 1434 SE 3rd Ave., fish- ,
ing without a license, $20 or 'ifni ,,avG, TODAY IS 1FABULOU
five days; Melvin N. Stephens, .. 1 0 IN "Ou. O1)y? I
1434 SE 3rd Ave., fishing with- \11\1, : lUS nUS, 1DISIIC

out with a$10 license suspended, $20 or; five Cellon days W., ( ; ;;;:

Coalson, 1826 SE 49th Drive, 1 ; ;;; "
driving while intoxicated, traf- I Mw \ttCKY CART DRYI 1
fic school and $150 and instructed -
not to break any laws for !
six months; Eddie Gaskin Jr., 1
Route 1, assault and battery, $50

or chua 30,days speeding; Arville, $20 E.or Hall 10 days, Ala-; Adults -,,- YOU MAY WIN ONE OF MANY PRIZES INCLUDING: ]:

Helen worthless Hutchins check,, restitution Ha\vthorne.and 1 Only, .. .;:,,, GEM TRANSITOR RADIO .A PAIR OF CORDUROY TOSS PILLOWS I

Brown, 3101 NW 2nd Ave., no ] Please! .
five days; Maxine Gillis Enneis,
Alachua, no valid drivers lic- I
ense, $20 costs; Sammie Lee I
The Rules are Simple:
Griffin, Archer, no valid driv-
ers license, $35 or 15 days. :
a Nothing to buy. Adults only.
Estreated the bonds of Geneva a.

I Mae Acderson, 2022 NE ] I -- Person with lucky numbered cart wins! Iw
23rd Boule'ard, reckless driv- -uIL'l; ::
ing, $35; James Wayne Beard- I
sley, 205 R, Flavet III, reckless 1 -Ii r I

driving, willful and wanton, ____

$100 NW;41st Doris Ave.Snyder, no valid Booth drivers, 837 : -' ____ wL: 1 ?e :k 9x12 room size Special Purchase ;

license, $20; Daniel Coleman, eve -
728 NW 12th Ter., boat not reg-
'IiddJetown istered, $25,; Daniel Ohio, W.speeding Dickey,, 1 GOTTHEM I a" 11\\ :

$35; Arvin A. Moore, Holly- .
wood, speeding, $35; J. C. Mit- all the ? I :
chell Jr., Evinston, reckless ,
driving, $35; Harold Earnest !
Myers, Fruitland Park, speeding -BEATLESTYLES RUGS MODELS ;
$35; James Wayne Mor- 1
gan, Lake Butler, reckless driv- IxMl
ing willful and wanton, $100;
and George Sietsma. Bloomington -
t Ind., speeding, $35. I : \ 1 $24.95 value $1.00 list
q Dan Clark Williams, 36, 1518 ] 1
NE 2nd St., driving on the wrong Beetle
I r side of the street, $10; Carl :
Bradley, 32, Micanopy, improper 1 Polo Shirts 97c ti7 $1497 I
passing, $10; Jesse Williams, Beatle 5 Be
t 19, 4215 NW 6th St., faulty

brakes, $10; Ed Duffer, 62, 1656 Pajamas . 1.87Beatie '.: .. ;:.
NE 5th Ave., faulty brakes, $20;
Robert C. Amelunke, 17, 1233 2pc. : i
SW 14th Ave., no valid drivers ..). :. I quality tufted
<..: 64 models
Play Sets. 2.78 w4.I ,. iiLi car
license, $20; Amelia Ellzey Er- 1 :.:. _
vin, 52, Jacksonville, no drivers Authentic >'. license, $20; Lorenzo C. Maul- r, r .4 4 f' monster kit
den, 22,1430 SE 4th St., no valid Beatle Wigs. 2.87

drivers license; $20; Hortense ] Beatle Style ..),....,. '. r 6 beautiful Revel II I boats and 1
Farry Morris, 31, Williston improper -
'i turn $10; Robert William 1 Men's Shoes. 6.97 .. ,. solid I colors planes 1
Coleman Jr., 22. 1101 NE 20th "
'. Place, improper turn, $10; Rich- 1 t
ard Cox 21, 1026 SW
's 1st Ave.Benjamin, prohibited, "U" turn, ...,>>"- ,"'i;'" .",-y, _..........._ --7., ... ::!..e,,...+x.M .. ''Y .',:''&i,. <<' :', .."..:..F..w.'.. .ee .. ." "">"ir"'z"o. ,.z.:o'i'::: _, ",".... <<"''i,r.++'nvrioraw. .:?#''' ':'''',', '- f.:''>/'.&'% pm_""' ___ ... I
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$10; Wilford Allen Harmon, 19, .- .., ...... 'r.... .,.w;}Y":" f M.wi'a ';tiasu. x euv. u'' &. L'Sn<; adkrads d .Gw f.lwiwYf" Z'I? ,,,,
1216 SW 2nd Ave., prohibited"U" 1 DACRON and COTTON WOMEN'S: BANLON ; MEN-d-: WOMEN'SNYLON 100 ONLY y I
turn, $10; Henry W. Land,
'r 2?. 229 NW 3rd Ave., prohibited"U" 1 \ DRESS COTTONDRESSES I
turn, $10; Richard Clair
Wallsh, 19, East Hall, Univer-
sity of Florida, prohibited "U" 1 liTAILORED: SHIRTS CLEARANCE GOWNS I
turn, $10;

813 Sidney B SE Lanier 2nd Ave.Summer, prohibited"U" 23, I 4 for 5.00 2.97 Orig. to 8.97 SPECIAL. .GROUP. NOW 3.00 97 99* I 1

turn, $10; Michael James 1
Skoglund, 19, 1099 Hume Hall,
t Compare altHI.99 A 3.49 Value Compare at 1.99 Orig. 2.87
I University of Florida, prohibited 1 6 eou I f Washable I I Orig. to 12.97 NOW 1
"U" turn, $10; Grady Clarence 1 Broadcloth Sleeveless Shirts Sizes 34 to OOo-8 Nylon Colors Wools-Crepes- Knits Washable -Sizes 32-38 Washable Cotton Dresses 1
i' Smith Jr., 20, 111 NW 19th Broken Sizes & Styles Pink, Blue, Gold, Mint Broken Sizes Up To 46
l St. running red light. $10; Gor- 1 UNPAINTED -
W. University Ave., running red BARSTOOLS WOMEN'S 1
light, $10; Joseph Pietro D'An- 1 and MUMS ROSE y
tonio, 23, 824 E. University Ave. ]
running red light, $10; WilliamF. 1 IRON 6inchpotsBUSHES
Dwyer Jr., 20,15 SE 4th Ave., 1 1V
red Marcia T
running light $10; 2.97
Louise Ramsdell 29318 NE 2nd 1 7.97 99* 94 I
K Ave., improper left turn, $10; Mod.S-4 77
Norman Marvin Wilensky, 31, Reg. 3.87
c 1411 NW 5th Ave., running red 1 30" Flh Sturdy Stool 14.95 List 4.87Amazing A Real Value Gallon Can I
light, $10; 1 A Repeat of a Sellout Uses Plain Tap Water OriWinter Wool I Value I Assorted Colors-Full Blooms Assorted Varieties & Colors 1
Carolyn Sue Hobbs. 26, 725 SE Changes From Steam to Dry COME EARLY!

5th Ave., running red light, $10; ,. .
Christine Evans Wiley, 29, 2950 1r '1; <
Archer Road, running red light,
$10; Rodney'Eugene Rogers, 17, I
[; 155 Sunland Circle, running red OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday 12 noon to 7 p.m. DISCOUNTS.
I light, $10; James Emmett Reed, GAINESVILLE Acres Free Parking I Q ctQUALITY' I That give you instant
43, Live Oak, running red light, ,/ \ cash savings guaranteed I
$10; Franklin Delano Osteen, U. S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd. Phone 376-8292 EVERYDAY.

23 general delivery -
1 running red light, $10;
Harry Thomas Poole, 50, 141
/ NE 12th St. turning left on aStraiotit ,
f through light, $10; El.I" -

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:::- ';- gives his reason:

'_ -. : "For the past year, I have seen my vote come to nought time after time while Commissioner Winn and the two
other Civic Action Association Commissioners, with their minds already made up before the meeting, voted as a
! bloc. I simply was not going to offer myself for further service unless some independent person announced

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Civic Action Association

-_ .'. ; "Sometimes my vote was with them," Dr. Andrews said, "but when it wasn't, it was not my vote against another
r- man's but AGAINST THIS PRE-ARRANGED THREE-VOTE BLOC. How can policy-making body, elected by
ALL the people, get anywhere like that?

i "I believe Commissioners should bring all issues into the open in the presence of those who are going to be affected -
by our vote, then individually make up our own minds about how to vote."


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C.A.A. bloc trio, Dr. Andrews had decided to step down. He had no intention of entering the Commission race after.
Jim Richardson, a University of Florida professor an independent thinker free of C.A.A. influence.. announced: ."
his intention to run for the seat being vacated by Dr. Andrews. '*_ '-.zt

A large group of Gainesville citizens, opposed to hand-picked candidates being RAILROADED :INTO OFFICE .';
/ BY AN ORGANIZED MINORITY, held an open meeting on Saturday, February 15, to see what could be done.. ..Dr.'* <::'.
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r-.w. l't. USINE'SS.> ,MARKET REPORT L, j ( ;: 'Realist' to War on WasteBy I

f r' u REVIEW V 7 _t. 1 ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE been organized nearly every i\described as Florida's "little Restaurant Commission and the

r ____- ___-__ It's hardto other :year under legislative Hoover commission" after the Board of Health; expanded use
be enthusiastic any more or executive auspices. I national study group headed by of data processing equipment;

ir about a legislative efficiency Usually these groups have relied -I the former President. The '63 competition in paper purchasesfor

I r STOCK FLASHES committee but Howard Walton' for guidance upon professors -:law covers seven printed pages, state printing, and mail exchange -

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAG'ES. FEB. 28 speaks persuasively of the one' lawyers or businessmen:but just what it means has yet among agencies.The .

i tel New York Tune MARKETNEW now being cranked off having a all more or less eager to get to be determined. burden of day to-day operations -
Low Close Net Chg.
t. High chance for success others lack-'back to their regular tasks. In'' Styled the hC 0 m m i ttee on to make that record
I 25 Rails . 131.58 129.83 131.21 X .88 YORK (AP-The stock! The closely-watched Dow ed. 'Walton, the Daniel group breaks Governmental Reorganizationand which may justify continuanceof
f : 25 Industrials! 790.10 780.97 787.72 X2.82 market made last week Jones industrial average closed i "
the committee falls
Vi Reform is not with tradition for he is a full-j Efficiency the group has upon
50 Stocks 460.89 455.40 459.46 X 1.85 above 800 for the first' time in I
as the Dow Jones averages I Walton. he is
f I for the short- time, tough fibered realist, for its members four senators Interestingly a
I : reached new milestones. history. winded, reminds self schooled in a number of'four representatives, the state descendant of Octavia Walton,
) -- The rise of the industrialswas Walton.Backer arenas where nice guys as,treasurer the state comptroller''' who is credited with having given '

"confirmed" by the rail suggesting past Walton seems to be may win, I'j the state auditor, and a justiceof Tallahassee its name while
Tax Cut component of the Dow which targets for Politics but only if they are strong the Supreme Court. her father was acting governorof

\ Big Question on : finally surpassed the 1929 peak. economy drives enough.He Welborn Daniel, the chairman the Territory of Florida.
Warmed enactment of the
... by may have I left high school at 17 in '43 is a Clermont lawyer who
long-anticipated $11.5 billion gotten way to join the Navy for five years. first was elected to the House in I Billiard

\ Will It Business Boom? tax cut, the stock market carried -I scot free because these state I Later, he dug ditches and set 1956. Like Walton, Daiel is a for-
Spur through its fourth straight
agencies had time on their side. poles in the Florida Keys for mer Navy m an with a solid I Meet Ends
weekly rise. I' "By and large," he says, Southern Bell Telephone. He be-I grounding in the ways of govern-I
It finished the month of Feb- ''
: By JACK LEFLER what, the economy should do for increase for the eighth consecu- treacherous 'constructive proposals have came an energetic unionist go- ment. The finals in the National
.* AP Business News Writer itself." tive week, reached an eight- ruaryhistorically been lost because the legislative ing from shop steward in the I The other legislative membersare
with substantial in- Pocket Billiard Contest
gain ,
the citizens' sponsored
committees or Communications Workers of Senators G. T. Meltonof
: NEW YORK AP) A big The tax cut when fully effec- month high. Mills turned out :stead of a loss as had I I I by the Gainesville Boys'C1ub.
study weren't in exist- America AFL-CIO) to Presi i- Lake L. Holla-
groups ( City George
question arose during the week 2,299,000 tons of
tive in 1965, will make availablean ingots, up per expected.The held with
: were yesterday
2 income tax ence long enough to finish their dent of the Florida CIO. I han Jr., of Coral Gables VerleA.
as the long-awaited cent from the
additional $11.5 billion in 2,277,000 previous topping of the 800 levelin nine winners in three classifi-
As director for Dade and Monroe of St. and
cut became effective: Will the week. better job. Pope Augustine,
Operations at
spending power, of which $2.4 were the Dow industrials cations.
fl was ex- i
:. Walton has been round counties, Walton was right John M. Spottswood of Key ,
reduction ins- billion will to than 72 per cent of estimated
go corporations.The to draw of the The winners
pire a multibil- pected many enough to know the facts of life in the middle of the 77-day strikein )West, and Representatives Phil are:
: capacity.The back into the market and Junior Division First
administration Place
envisionsthis public -
I lion-dollar busi reek especially in Tallahassee so authority 55 against Southern Bell. I Asher of Pensacola, Louis Wolf-
as providing more money automobile industryturned lead to a continued advance, Charles Hill, 12. with 21 balls;
attaches to his belief that
But his u n i on experiences son of Miami, and William G.
Z ness boom for consumers, higher profits out its one-millionth car possibly to the 325-to-850 level Second Place Tommy Bishop
President Joh- In I Chairman C. Welborn Daniel'snew well may be regarded as a basic O'Neill of Ocala. I
for business, more jobs, rein- of the year during the week and according to Wall Street theor- Committee on Governmental training for those to follow.I Serving with them are Justice 13, with 15 balls and Third
T indicated
nson Busincas forcements for the gold supply, aimed at a goal of 650,000 for [Place, Frank Dampier, 11, with
his belief that II ists.The Reorganization may prove Walton served two years as a Campbell T h o r nal, Comptroller I,
: it would if cor- broad levelers for the business February. theorists have frequently the exception to the rule of Cail- consumer member of the em- Ray E. Green, Treasurer -i 112. balls.
cycle new restraints on govern- Assemblies totaled an esti-! been wrong but it seemed this i I
porations and battled Florida Milk Commis- J. Edwin Larson and Audi i Intermediate Division First
I ment spending and extra impetus mated 171,800 week that the market action ure."Certainly
I passenger cars member of sion and then the tor E. 0. Ellison.
individuals turn their savings every upon urg- I!Place, Billy McDavid, 15, with
, into the business channels. for the antipoverty pro- against 169,770 the previous was its own the committee is aware of the ing of its chairman, J. Brailey Chairman Daniel i said he i i28. balls; Second Place, Jimmy

But it was too early to get gram. week and 148,689 a year ago. the final trading day, obstacles to reform presented bya Odham, became fulltime milk thought "it is time that we re- Chestnut, 14, with 24 balls, and
, much of a bearing on what busi- Frederick R. Kappel, chair- Overtime work was plannedat when the Dow industrials com- 60-day session," observes administrator for three years evaluate the overall operation:Third Place, Tommy Hill, 15
ness firms and people will do man of American Telephoneand five of General Motors' 23 pleted a week's rise of 3:15 to Walton, "but we think the com- from July, 1958. Then he be- of government and eliminate I II with 22 balls. .

with the extra money. Telegraph Co., expressedthe plants and seven of Ford's 16. close at 800.14 many low- mittee can present a record came executive secretary of the :waste and wheel spinning."
I The House and the Senate opinion that the cut will Dealers sold 208,400 domestic- priced issues were heavily by the '65 session that will Florida Dairy Farmers' Federa- But, he cautioned, "it is not the'i I Senior Division First Place.

pushed the legislation through "have the possibility of substantial -I'made cars in the middle 10 daysof traded. Several of these stocks merit its extension. That continuity tion. In November, 1962, he join- purpose of this committee to rip I II |!Mike Oyenarte, 17, with 34

final action after 13 months of economic stimulation." February, a gain of 7 per were rails. should reverse the oddsto I ed 0 d ham as operations vice into an agency or agencies justto balls; Second Place, Maurice
I work. Johnson signed it imme- He said the effect on AT&T cent over a year earlier. For February the Dow indus- favor the committee." president for Florida Care, nurs- I give the appearance that big Beal, 17, with 24 balls and Third

diately and called it "the single will be a $55-million tax saving Chrysler and Ford showed gainsof trials gained 14.80, a substan- As staff director, Walton is un- ing convalescentretirementcenters .things are being accomplished. Place, Al Eckdahl, 18, with nine
tial rise.
most important step we have this year, an increase of $100 16 per cent over a year ago derstandably optimistic at this at Orlando and St. Pe Specific areas of inquiry have balls.
The Associated Press
: taken to strengthen our econo- million in expenditures for construction and General Motors was up 4 aver- stage, just as were his predecessors tersburg. Next came the Daniel been outlined among them About 75 boys participated in
my since World War II." and creation of 12,000to per cent. American Motors was age of 60 stocks this week rose in managing the like pur- committee appointment. these: overlappage of inspection I the tournament which was held

.. In a radio-television address, 15,000 new jobs with the com- off 16 per cent. 2.4 to a record 298.0. For Feb- posed committees which have I The Daniel committee is services by the Hotel and'throughout February.
the AP 7.4.
average rose
ruary ------------
the President said: pany and its suppliers. The stalled shipment of wheatto
Volume during the week
"If American enterprise re- Individuals whose income tax- the Soviet Union got moving
sponds to this new opportunitywith es are withheld from their again after the International was 26,444,910 shares comparedwith 1 1.I"
18,454,510 for the four-day
increased investment and wages will first notice the cut Maritime Union called off its

expansion-with new production on payroll checks dated March nine-day boycott on loading ened trading by the week Washington's previous short-birth- ALL IT TAKES IS A PHONE CALL

and new products-with the cre- 5 and thereafter. grain. To get the longshoremenback observance.
ation of new jobs-then the tax Steel and automobile production to work, President John- day
Economic news remained
cut will bring greater abun- bulwarks of the economy, son ordered that 50 per cent of Steel demand
good. was pickingup
dance to all Americans. Then continue to move ahead at a the wheat sold under future export -
the federal government will not high rate.Output licenses be carried in more steam.
News of corporate profits, dividends
have to do for the economy of steel showing an United States flag ships.
and stock
splits continued
.4 to bclster many specific

I : AmendmentsCIOlld Ruby Jury Still February isshes.Bond prices compared were mixed with in a w

Action steady to higher performancein .

2 Members Shy Corporates January. ended the month

On Farm Bill with scattered small gains. U.S. ,
government issues, mixed in

ARTHUR January, fell back all along the
By EVERETT I noon Saturday, when the recess \
WASHINGTON-( ) -JAngry line.
was called 133 prospective jurors \ .
protests against beef and meat DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Jack I IRuby's had been questioned. Most February volume on the ex-
shower of murder trial was recessed change fell to $226,125,200
imports plus a were disqualified for fixed opin-
Saturday until Mondaywith value
from $284,850,000 in Jan-
amendments cloud plans of Sen- ions the
on case or because
the jury still short two uary, the most since December
ate leaders for quick of
passage members.For they opposed capital punish- 1929.
an election-}'ear cottonwheatbill. ment.

Ruby, 52, grown increas-
Ruby, operator of a Dallas
Seven hours of debate and discussion ingly pale and gaunt of face I strip-tease joint, is accused of Vocational Class

few since his arrest, it meant an-. malicious murder, which
with only a sena- car Attends USFConference
tors participating, failed to pro other lost weekend in a Dallas I ries a maximum penalty of f

duce any voting or decisions County Jail cell. He has been I death in the electric chair.In .
held without bail since Nov. 24
during a long session Friday. presenting the state's case,
when he shot to death Lee Har-
Dist. TAMPA Seventeen members -
Atty. Henry M. Wade is
Still hoping to wrap up the bill Oswald, accused assassin of
vey of the Alachua Vocational
Democratic Leader merely required to prove tha t:
President John F. Kennedy
class in
Ruby when Department's
Mike Mansfield asked the Sen- he stepped from a
ate to resume debate an hour'I Eight men and two women crowd in the basement of the Institutional Housekeeping par-
Dallas police headquarters and ticipated in the Management
early Monday. have been sworn in as jurors -
since the trial began Feb. 17 before gunned down Oswald did so, Engineering Conference held

Mansfield plans to open the Judge Joe B. Brown. By with premeditation that he yesterday at the University of
battle over the Housepassedcivil planned what he did and came South Florida.

rights bill as soon as the prepared to do it. The class, under Mrs. AnneJ.

complex farm measure is out of Princess Starts Wade said that, although Vestal, director of institutional -

the way. Texas law does not require the services at the University of

And because farmers want to Royal Births state to prove a motive he will Florida Teaching Hospital -

know details about federal pro- attempt to do so. Presumably, were guests of the West

grams before they do spring With a Son he will try to show that Ruby Coast Chapter of the American !

planting, already under way in hoped by killing Oswald to gain Institute of Industrial Engi-

some Southern areas, there is LONDON (AP) Princess "fame and fortune.' neers.

strong pressure for Senate ac Alexandra, cousin of Queen Once a full panel of 12 jurorsis Theme of the conference was

tion. I Elizabeth II, gave birth Satur- chosen Ruby will enter a for "Controls for Cost Reduction."

Promises that Secretary of ,I day to a son.Attending mal plea to the murder charge, Attending from the Alachua For Information On
Agriculture Orville L. Freeman i III doctors said mother and the defense has said it will] County class were John C. Ben-

would soon announce an emergency and baby were doing well. be innocent by reason of temporary son, Frederick A. Bevis, Mrs.

government buying pro- The birth took place just insanity.In Helen Bramer Mrs. Louise All Types Of
gram of beef came from two ad-, after noon in the thatched lodgein questioning prospective ju- Foster, Mrs. Winnie S. Goff, .
ministration supporters: Senate suburban Richmond where rors over the past two weeks, Paul W. Hastings, Mrs. Fran-

Whip Hubert H. Humphrey, D- Alexandra lives with her busi- the defense staff, headed by ces Hester, Mrs. Donell Jennings -

Minn., and Sen. George McGov-I nessman husband, Angus Ogil- Melvin Belli a colorful Califor- James C. Lytle Mrs. Ma-

crn, D-S.D., floor manager for vy. nia trial lawyer has clearly rie Mays, Mrs. Kay Miller Mrs. LOANS

the proposed new wheat pro-,j Alexandra, 27, and Ogilvy, 35 outlined in general terms the Bernice Narron, Miss Margaret -
it is Newhall, Mrs. Elsie Portz
gram. case prepared to present.
.&Lsjgpnd son of the Earl and
Their contention will be that. Don S. Rice, Mrs. June
Countress of Air lie
govern-I[ were
They said the stopgap !
during an upbringing on Chica- Sheffield and Mrs. Charlotte AUTO LOANS
:last April 24.
ment purchases are intended to
bolster sagging cattle and livestock -;,, The arrival of their child sets go's West Side Ruby suffered Walbeck. '. HOME REPAIRS and ADDITIONS
Marion of the Alachua #
head Bishop, -
repeated in
injuries a series -
prices which have caused I off a veritable royal population
of brawls County Vocational Depart- PERSONAL
street and that
dissatisfaction explosion, since the
deep !
among | queen ex-
ranchers and farmers. :>! pects her fourth child in March, these left him with organic ment is co-ordinator of the : INSURANCE
i her sister Princess brain damage. cla-s.
( Margaret is '
Talk of beef buying came asj;|due to'have her second in April From this damage, the de- -:: MORTGAGE

Sen. Roman L. HruSk ', r."n}, J,11 uWhe Duchess of Kent-wife fense contends. Ruby developed Puhlix to Open BUSINESS

urged that a system of import of Alexandra's brother is psychomotor epilepsy, charac- 100th StorePublix
quotas be tacked onto the cot terized by blackouts brought
awaiting her second in May. on
ton-wheat bill in order to reduce by shock and emotional stress.
shipments of livestock and meat Supermarkets will open -
The shock of President Ken-
Teams to Warn its 100th store tomorrow in FR6-5351
products foreign sources. j nedy's assassination in Ruby's Winter Haven.It : rf.

adopted city of Dallas the de- ;;
Hruska said imports of more marks a milestone in the /'
than half a billion pounds of On Communism fense holds triggered one of firms development. Just 35

meat products last year had these blackouts and he was in I years ago, it opened its first ..<'f 't. ,
helped push domestic beef and SAIGON, Viet Nam AP) effect, unconscious when he I grocery store-also in Winter r.? : ..
cattle prices downward. South Viet Nam's Buddhist I I shot Oswald. Haven. v
leaders plan to send teams

around the country advising;: Cio

300 Club Plans people that communism and i Jim Richardsonhas i = Firsbr
neutralism tudlIAnoJU.L
are damaging national -I
Annual Meet interest, a spokesmansaid i c

Saturday. I been a ST

The annual meeting of the The spokesman, Thich Due i GAINESVILLEHOMEOWNER 1 J.BAN '
300 Club will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow Due Nghiep was a leader of the OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

in the Westwood School Viet Nam General Buddhist As
cafeteria. sociation which spearheaded for 20 YEARS .7 Established 1888

Officers will be elected a proposed laSt-summer's revolt' against': Vote For RICHARDSONCity

budget discussed and President Ngo Dinh Diem who. Commission Group 1 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
dues for the season will be an- was overthrown and killed by' Member of Federal Reserve System.0.
nounced. his own military Nov. 1. I' (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

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Sunday, March 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9ASHOPSHOP

"GHS- PI( Yonge Orchestras UF Calendar \\1 ---- L -- -- --w


(Week of March 14)) Traverse, soprano; Clementine\

Rate High at State Contest I Sunday International De- White, harpist; and Will- SHOPIN
bate: University of Dublin vs. ard Brask, pianist, University

University of Florida, Florida Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. K GAINESVILLEDrop

,\ Orchestras from Gainesville to Porter Horne, violin; Joy He- performances were Southwest Union Auditorium, 8 p.m. Wednesday Film Classics off
High and P. K. Yonge each gar- therington, cello; and Robert Miami, Miami Beach, North Tneiday Tennis Floridavs. Series: "Where MountainsFloat your dry cleaning on

nered ratings of superior in con. Cunningham, viola. Also judged Miami, Coral Gables and Winter Rollins, Varsity Court, 2:30p. : ," Medical Science Build- your way to work at any
cert playing and excellent insight excellent was a GHS flute and Park. m. ing Auditorium, 8 p.m.
reading in the Florida string quartet of Peter Bush- Rated excellent for over all I Film Classics Series: Thursday-State High School of our plants, and pick it upon

Orchestra Association state con- nell, Porter Horne, Marjory Wy- performance were Southeast "Where Mountains Float," Med- Forensic Tournament Flori- d your way home.
test held at the University of man and Joy Hetherington.Other High of Bradenton, Hillsbor- ical Science Building Auditorium da Union.

Florida Friday and Saturday.GHS high schools rated superior -ough High of Tampa. Riviera, 8 p.m. Friday Sixth Annual Com- 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
also won eight awardsin for over all orchestra Beach and Hialeah. I I Faculty Concert: Sarah munications Week, Newspaper-
solo and ensemble competi Magazine Day, Student Service All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises

tion.-. K. Yonge did not enterin Center.
individual events. Cuban Costs I Florida High School State 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., Mar. 2, Tues., Mar. 3, Wed., Mar. 4
Forensic Tournament, Florida
Sixteen high school bands With TheBoys
from all MIAMI, Fla. (AP) An old Union.
over the state
com pet.
sponsored by the University of pair of shoes costs 80 pesos on Department of Architec-
ture Furniture Show, Florida
Florida Department of Music. the black market in Cuba, a .
Union Social Room, 10 a.m. to
Friday night, orchestras from refugee said Saturday.A i 10
Coral Gables Southwest Miami pjn.Spring SUITS
Frolics, Florida
is worth
and Paxon High Schools were peso officially a
Gym, 8:30
selected by judges to play in dollar in Cuba. Saturday p.m.- Florida High
a special concert.
Other black market prices School State Forensics Tourna-
Anne Bridges and Rheua ment, Florida Union.Department .
Stakely of GHS were rated superior -,reported by the exile, who es- Kite flying and yo-yo con- old and over to attend the meet of Architecture

in violin solos and a du leaped his homeland by small tests have received the most in- ings at 8 p.m. each Wednesday. Furniture Show, Florida Union

et. David Zimpfer won a super. boat this week: an egg, 40 terest in the past weeks. Oth- Social Room, 10 a.m., to 10 79-
ior rating for his string bass 1 cents; a can of condensed milk, er activities in the crafts shop Choir Although the Boys' p.m.
solo. include paper mache crafts Club choir has a number of new
1 peso; a pound of coffee, 10 i Lyceum Council Presentation
Solo ratings of excellent went and making copper jewelry. members, there is still room : Gregg Smith Singers, Uni-
It ed for honors in the contest I pesos. I Members can also make gifts for any Boys' Club member versity Auditorium, 8:15 p.m.
for Easter, including earrings who wishes to audition for a Sunday-Department of Architecture _

I IIVIClgna"o necklaces, and place in the choir. Auditions are
rings II I Furniture Show, Flori-
bracelets. each Monday after school and 'da Union Social Room, 10 a.m. TOPCOATS ORHilNCOMS
I Saturdays at 11 a.m. I to 10 p.m.
I Photography March 20 is I .
National Association of
the deadline for entries in the I I Basketball Boys' Clubs
Teachers of Singing, University
National Boys' Clubs of America from Miami, Lakeland, and
Auditorium, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
photography contest. The I I Gainesville will compete March CONFERENCESAND
grand prize is an all expense 14 in a single elimination tournament SHORT COURSES
paid trip to the New seniors. The teams
pense for
II I March 5.7-Neurology Semi-
York World's Fair. the
will also compete same day
:nar, Medical Science Building,
I in the Clubs of America .
All Boys' Club members are i Room H-611.
during our big Sectional Billiards Tourna- 79
eligible to participate. Pictures I March 2.31- Contemporary i I
factory authorizedANNUALSALE must be taken by the entrant! ment for seniors. Prints from Denmark,

and turned in at the Boys' Club.' tional Exchange Exhibit Interna-I
A 11 !
Volleyball volleyb a
da Union Bryan Lounge.
Junior Deputys Law en- league for boys 7.13 is being "A Garden of Flowers,"
formed and all boys interested I
I forcement, organization and ad- The American Federation of
'are invited to come by the Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with
ministration are to be topics of Arts, Florida Union North Wing I.
Club and be placed on a
FOR A LIMITED TIME discussion at the weekly Jun,team. you. eriry garment
NOW IN PROGRESS AT ior Deputy Sheriff's meetings. "An Abstract Expressionist dry clean.
I Florida State Museum.
Deputy Ed McClellan invites all Junior Air Rifle Membersof .
March 2 13 Design and
Boys' Club members 12 years the Junior Air Rifle Club will
Printing for Commerce, The
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beging firing for recognition American Institute of GraphicArts
"Furniturt That's A Joy starting Saturday. In preparation r
Gallery X.Mexican.
122 N.W. 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433
Ta Live With" the boys have been taught Odorless dry cleaning
Bank Financing Available Open Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. safety of firearms, how to clean vne HoUR FRESH AS A FLOWER

-- WALKERFURNITURE them, conduct on the firing Loan 7 -IN JUST ONE HOUR (E A N E RSElie
There's no "off-season" in newspaper reading. The line, and positions for firing. MEXICO CITY (APPaperswere ) 1JRRTIIJi
newspaper habit is constant through the year. The STORE Boys are invited to attend signed Friday granting .the most in DRY UEANING PLANT NO. 2 nto>t h DRY tYLlNluS

same number of newspapers are bought through the It NW W. ruaae*tk A?..Whet Flu r. S1M42I Ml these meetings each Saturday Mexico $30 million dollars in
summer as through the winter, fall or spring. I'lat 1 p.m. loans to launch an ambitious In the Gainesville Shopping
Center with Drive-In Service. I
low-cost housing program.The PLANT NO. 1 3-hour shirt laundering and one
loans, channeled throughthe hour dry cleaning. PLANT NO. 3
AS GAINESVILLE MOVES AHEAD Alliance for Progress, came offering a convenient curb ser-
vice. Dry Cleaning and Shirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE 3 hour shirt lullderl"llftd one
from the for International
Agency hour
Service. dry cleaning.
up $20 million and the Inter. 319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Street

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Gotneiville Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964 f yprepared
Smofcey Sayii Auditions Slated r meeting. ". number and copy of Anyone Interested J In fechn- -1

;r Lifirfjt "-Auditions are open to all per the music for the accompanist.I positions a theater ShOl.l

:at t.Jni 1 sons 18 or over.Anyone Dancers should bring appromake arrangements for inter ,
11E(BAKES 1E t ltlS! ; ;
,, 4 .....?;;; For Summer Thespians wishing to audition priate workout clothing and be views by the theater representatives "
r V :should register in the University -:prepared to perform exercises when they aren't tied up

By TOMMY RUTH WALDO has scarcely composed one sing- I of. South Florida theater; the choreographers will call for. with auditions.SPECIAL .
(Mrs. Waldo, our guest. reviewer gle word here in Odense, I am l Persons looking for a summer three-day theater meeting. The!lobby between 9 ajn. and i ,.

is assistant professorof I quite sure that Odense was always P.ih' J job working in a theater will geta conference attracts .college students -I noon on the day of auditions.An I

English at the University, composing in him. ..." chance to audition at the South teachers and community actor should present a ;

of Florida.) [ The new book, by the auf Eastern Theater Conference theater personel from throughput memorized scene of not more r SALE

f thor's own admission, is not a March 21 in Tampa. the south. Representativesfrom than one minute in length and

When at "the age of 14 Hans scholarly work: "This book is The auditions will be in the theaters throughout the have prepared eight to ten-lines I circulating oil
Christian Andersen left his not a scientific work. It bringsno east will be present. I
University of South Florida'sTheater. ot Shakespeare if he intends to I -
hometown of Odense, Denmark new unveilings of the great QUAKER
audition for the classical -
According to Gene A. Wilsonof repertory w.
to go to Copenhagen to seek his poet's life or of his books." Unfortunately the University of Alabama companies. 55,000 BTUHEATERSf41
fortune he carried with him it even contains 4 be of the
s They'll a Speech Department, head of thegroup's A singer should come with a
the memory of a town-and-a river I some rather glaring errors. But I I
audition committee, virtually -
of old wives' tales about ;in spite of these shortcomings, j----- talented auditioning INCOME TAX
and of readingsin it accomplishes its ad Stolen Hearts every person :
ghosts goblins, purpose
You can't T>e joe careful with for the summer jobsis
Shakespeare and Holberg.The mirably. fires outdoor assured of a job. GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS
scenes which inspired his LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) -, 1 10-year guarantee -

memories make up the subject Titles added at the librarythis Twenty-eight hearts have been It's expected that more than on fire pot and
'research: "Nefertiti" (Wells- 25 companies will be seeking to I vapor rings. M .
book Loveland which calls
stolen in
matter of the new by week include: :well-researched and entertaining their staffs 1320 N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
complete at the
Aksel Dreslov (himself a nativeof GENERAL INTEREST itself America's Sweetheart ONLY
of the Egyptian
Odense) entitled "A RiverA "Cars of the World in Color" biography City. I :

Town-A Poet: A Walk To- (Scheel) historical survey by queen. ENJOY FLORIDA
FICTION Manager Mike Deuth of the LIVING IN A .
gether With Hans Christian An- countries 850 color illustra- \
"The Land Breakers" (Ehle) Chamber of Commerce said 72
dersen" (Skandinavisk Bogfor- "Folklore of American
tions; of life in the big cardboard hearts were post- $7283Model
pioneer story FLORIDA Pool
lag, published in the United Weather" (Sloanean effortto Swimming
Southern mountains two cen- ed on light poles prior to Valentine's -
States by Dufour Editions, Ches- separate the true from the .
turies "Green Heart"Smith and that only 44
ter )
Springs, Pennsylvania false in American weather
say ( ) story combining the are still up. by Rivers Construction Co.
The book is for "The Swiss and theirMountains" ;
a picture-book ings
I ; :adventure of horse racing and A few of the red hearts, with Thermostat Controlled Blower $15

children of all ages, a book in (Lunn) study of I a perceptive study of youth; I words of affection in poetry, A QUALITY POOL Backed by I
the influence of mountains on a
which pictures and text form "Captain Sutter's Gold" (Laur- have'been found in college fraternity :
two halves of the whole. As the men; "The History of Florida itzen) a biographical nov- houses. FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY Special 1 Ao0 DOWN

author describes it, it is "a Agricultural and Mechanical University" el of the Swiss settler in Cali- Oil Drum
walk through the town which (Neyland and Riley-) NOTICE OF SALE
Tresilians" 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
fornia; "The Last TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: -
was the childhood town of Hans history written for the 75th an- You are, hereby notified that the fol- and Stand
(Stewart) an American scho- Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
vehicle 1963 Chevrolet 12 Months To
lowing motor :
of the of the Pay
Christian Andersen. Here text niversary founding lar's research into the life of 8 1847 SS Cpe S No. 31847A22767S will NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH 55-gal. steel
lecture dur- university; "The Social Secur- be sold at public sale at 10:00 o'clockon
serves as a guide's
an English artist; "A Banner the 4th day of March. 1964. at 534 drum MANY OTHER SIZES AND
ing the walk about Odense, and ity Program in the United North Main street. Gainesville. Flori
States" (Schottland) A brief with a Strange Device" (Mc- da. The proceeds of the sale will EACH POOL YOU GET Sturdy steel STYLES OF FAMOUS BRAND
at least 36 full page photographs Hugh) a novel of the World be applied to the payment of the cost stand
in color and ten review of the social security i of retaking storing' and sale of said Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board I HEATERS TO CHOOSE FROM.
War II generation, set in Bos- motor vehicle and the cost of publi- All necessarytubing
drawings in black and white program; "Crewel Embroidery, ton "The Elephant" (Mrozek) i cation of notice of sale and then to the Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner j I and
Old and New" (Weldon) ; satisfaction of the balance due under Leaf C.B.Bohamion
the i Net.
provide !
-short stories translated from the contract with Doris M. Shivers. fittings .
guide for the novice and more Rt. 1 Box 87. Alachua. Fla., and SamA.
Here the reader tourist Polish. Shivers Rt. 1 Box 87 Alachua CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION O Complete
can see the river, which flows experienced. I Florida covering the financing of installation Jr.
said motor vehicle. Any surplus will
through the town from its HISTORY I Americans be paid to you and you will remain RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. ,
liable for balance remaining un-
source near medieval castles, "The Torch Is Passed" (As- paid under any said contract. Dated this 1909 EAST 5th STREET 22

the town itself, the square, the soc. Press) story and photo- i Up Spending 12th day ASSOCIATES of February.DISCOUNT 1964. DIAL: 622.7049 OCALA, Agent Standard Oil Co.
S.E. 7th St. 8th Av..
house in which Andersen and
graphs of President Kennedy'sassassination CORPORATION'BY
(AP-Ameri-) : H. L. JAMERSON 622.7048 FLA. Phone FR 2-9561
his parents lived in one room, and funeral; WASHINGTON Gainesville Florida I
the interior of that one room "Royal Raiders" (Callahan- cans raised their spending for (3127) 3:1

home the back courtyard account of the activities of the !goods and services by an aver-

where the imaginative child Tories in the American Revolu- age of $94 per person in 1963

dreamed and read under the tion; "Malaya" (Gullick) -his- and this added up to $17.7 billion -

gooseberry bush, the neighbor- torical study, mainly of the recent -i the Commerce Department

hood in which the boy grew past; "Remember? Re- I reports.

up where he first read Shakes- member?" (Beaumont) nostalgic The $17.7 billion, a 5 per ceRt

peare at the home of a par- glance at American life in increase over 1962, was eqtnl to .

son's widow, the church wherehe the '20's and '30's; "The Economic the total gain in disposable per' .

was confirmed, the Odense Impact of the American Ci- sonal income.

Tugthus, a penal workhouse vil War" (Andreano) source THE STORE WITH MORE

where he endured frighteningabuse book of statistics showing eco-

during employment there. nomic influence of the war on .1

The town of Odense with its both the North and the South. ElectricalMotors

surroundings is important to lovers BIOGRAPHY I
of Andersen fairy tales not
"Shakespeare, a Biography"Quennell
merely because the poet was Rebuilt
( ) Comprehens
born there, but because so Residential Commercial
study of Shakespeare, his work,
of his stories reflect a
many mem- Industrial
and his times; "Prince of
ories of the childhood days, CALL
Thieves" (Lynx) bizarre and
of the he knew and the
incredible "career" of one of C. P. Dressier
magic lore which he heard. "Lit-
the world's greatest rogues,
tle Claus anr Big Claus" tells Electrical Contractor
George Manolesco; "Kaiser"Cowles ;
of a river much like the Odense I Phone _FR 6.6193 ;
( ) study of Kaiser j r
River. "The Little MatchSeller" 910 N.W. 4th St.
Wilhelm II in the light of new
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:MARCH 1, 1964, 20 CENTS


Graves HasAnAceUp aF Tomlinson Leads


F 1 F w .,V 4Y UF Past GeorgiaATHENS

His SleeveBy

Ga. (AP) Flori-I they expanded the lead to nine 'over the Florida freshman in

1 da defeated Georgia 69-64 in a 1 points. basketball Saturday night.

Southeastern Conference bas- ; Georgia fought back to within Powell scored 373 points this

MARTY SCIIRAMSun ketball game last night to become -I three points, 66-63. with 38 season for a 23.3 average which

Sports Writer the first team to beat the I seconds left but failed to overtake II broke Jimmy Pitts' old markof

fray Graves has a 5-foot-6 ace up his sleeve. And the Bulldogs in their new coliseum. I the Gators. 23.2.

Gator gridiron mentor is solving his linebacking prob- The victory killed possibilitiesof ,MORE The Bullpups. coached by
Duane Powell racked up 25, Gene Detullio. posted! a 13-3 rec-
lems with card tricks. Georgia establishing a .500
4 points and set a Georgia freshmen ord, the best mark of a Geor-
--- ---- over-all for the first time
Tipping the scales at just 167. 4SSi /5 season
: 5r since 1950 and also ended Gto-I scoring record as he led gia freshmen team in several
pounds, linebacker Jack Card The scoring play came right,
I appears to be just what the doc- on the heels of a little fisticuffs gia's: chances of tying for second -i, the- Bullpups to a 67-56 victory years

tor ordered to plug up Florida's match between Jordan and ; j C in tne btu: race.

interior ills those tiny end to !(I Trammell. The non-scheduled
The Bulldogs now are 8-6 in
end line cavities that opposition I bout end Y j! !:lv lo the z the SEC and 11-14 over-all, while 1
"' -
runners sometimes find. i 1 fight earlier HsPPi... s9yor- ..r rfy, Florida
is 6-7 in the conferenceand
dan giving Trammell the "cold
Florida held a game type shoulder" treatment as h e ra R Nw4P ,'. 12-9 over-all. '

scrimmage yesterday after- ;scampered into the end zone Florida substituted with fre- !i
noon. And according to Graves, 'i the A
with the ball. throughout ,
quency game
Card was the bright spot in an,(I BLUE QUARTERBACK BENNETT FIRES PASS IN GATOR SCRIMMAGEBig outrebounded '
Georgia 48 40
otherwise ragged football after- Randy Jackson grabbed an White End Coons (82) Rushes in for Defensive EffortSun
I and outshot the 44.2
[earlier Spurrier pitch for the ( photo by Eddie Davis)
noon. II I I I first White team score, and halfback -. to 37.5. Dick Tomlinson was

"Ragged'"All Jerry Newcomer nabbed I high man for the Gators with 22

and all, this was a ragged i quarterback Bruce Bennett's Hurricanes Sweep Past points and his baskets in the
and disappointing scrimmage," I five-yard pass for the Blue second half kept his team

Graves said. "But that Jack team's only score. ahead. Tomlinson was the lead-

Card is really something." I Two Gators missed the prac- ing rebounder with 15.

At the mention of the speedy, : tice Larry Dupree, with a I Daytona Mainland 53-491! Hit 17

chunky linebacker, Graves virus, and Jimmy Hall. Center ,
smiled. I Gary Cliett and guard Larry Georgia's Jerry Wall e r

"When I first saw Card," i Beckman returned to the Gator I DAYTONA BEACH Gaines- once at 28-28 and again at 37-37 scored 17 points and got 13 rebounds -I z

he looked like a choir boy squad from the injured list, but .ville High's Purple Hurricane BOYD' in the third quarter. But a long to lead the Bulldogs,

and I played him because I ''are not scheduled for heavy-I I cagers swept by the full-court jumper by Terry Nutt untied but Florida had the edge with ru

felt sorry for him. But after 1 1 duty action until later in the pressing Daytona Beach Main- WELSCH 1' the knot and GHS was home its shooting. The free throw line I

watching him in action, I just I i practice season. I land five to cop the Class AA, > free with the district champ- was no help for Georgia as the

can't wait to let our oppositionhave I Graves said that he expects' Group 5 championship, 53-49, k ionship. I Bulldogs made only 22 of 34, I

a go at blocking him out to prune the squad to three !here last night.Gainesville Defensive Nutt finished the game with while Florida scored 11 of 15. _

of the play because none of: teams by next week."I led throughoutmost 23 points, high man for GHS. I Georgia had a 37-31 halftime I : :

our men can!" j I hate to have to eliminate of the game in fact, the Standout Mike Hartman chipped in with I lead after overcoming a seven-

The linebacking card up I] some boys, but our squad is just I score was tied only twice 15 for the Hurricanes. I point deficit. Florida led 4-0)

Graves' sleeve came to the UF' too large to work with. Our exe- Six-foot Wes Young hit for 20 and then 12-5 before Waller's

from Coral Gables High by"cution is not as good as I'd points for Mainland, and drew)II shooting from close in igniteda

way of Baylor prep school. And hoped it would be by this time." demons Leads praise from GHS coach John charge that put Georgia ahead

of late, Card has been the num-I Get a Look Raper by six points at the half. I II

ber one standout on i iYesterday's With first string quarterbackTom "That Wes Young is the best
of foot- I six-foot forward. I've in However, the second half be-
Shannon out
scrimmage spring seen I ANNA JEAN LEE SHOWS FORM

no exception as the was\\ball practice due to his heavy- Santa Fe Past high school ball," Raper said. I longed to Tomlinson and the Took Part in City Women's Tourney
Gators. Florida went ahead 43-
quick Miamian gobbled up ,,hitting chores as a Gator first- "He makes all the moves and
carriers like they were his I h I baseman, Graves has had rebounds like a tiger." 42 with 5:40 elapsed in the second -
to The jubilent GHS coach told period, and the lead see- First Federal
steady diet. And judging from plenty of opportunity get a.. 1
still of The Sun that the key to the sawed back and forth until Paul
recent performances, opposition : depth. But there's plenty Lake Weir c5'LAKE
Morton scored a layup with
he Hurricane win their
was abilityto
ball-carriers might become so room for improvement, says.
looked both beat the Mainland full-court 11:28 elapsed to give Florida a
much a part of Card's dietary "Spurrier has Team WinnerThe
habit that he'll forget what angel i good and bad," Graves said. press, which the Daytona team 54-51 edge. From this point on
WEIR Santa I 67-41 victory Lake I I it the Gators' and
i iI over was game
used most of the
food cake looks like strange "His main problem is exper throughout
Rebels rode the here last night in the
carryings-on for a "choir boy."I ience; he needs to work out hand of Richard Clemons game. First Federal team The Lucky Strikers posted a .t

Other Gators I his own mistakes." 'I the hot-shooting of Bud j j jI B. Group 9 finals. Raper commended Nutt and I piled a 3,020 series last com-I 2,995 series to follow First Fed-

Graves praised a couple of 1 Kay Stephenson, Jimmy Hall, I playing with a cast Hartman for their terrific play win the championship in eral in the team department.

other Gator gridders followingthe and Bruce Bennett have also I throughout the game, and add- team event in the City Women's I Bette Sprow added another
this : his right shooting hand, ed that Jimmy Morgan did "a !1 1I \
end action at quarterback Cats
scrimmage: Randy bowling tournament. highlight to the tourney with a
I Sharks \
Jackson backs Billy Joe James,(spring. in 16 points, second on- fantastic job" in guarding Main- ,'I I dutch 200 game.

Jack Harper, Dick Kirk, and 1 I Two Gators were seriously injured Riviere's 18, to push the I land's Jim Roberts. Roberts, Alma Newman wa high for ,

Jimmy Jordan. I at the practice, tackle I home victorious. Clem- who sported a 22-point average the First Federal team with a': Ha'7tllorllCTakcs
As Turner
Jordan was the favorite tar- John Whatley ripped some liga- hit 18 last night in Santa going into the contest, managed Edge 585 series. She also bowled on

get all day of White team quarterback ments in his knee and guard just 12 points. another team earlier in_the day :

Steve Spurrier. He Jimmy Bernhart suffered a in : : 76-46 tromping of North GHS now returns home fora and posted a 145 triplicate. I Win

Both will Pumps regional match next Friday
shoulder :
touchdownpass separation.
snatched a Spurrier '
took the lead I
out of the arms of Blue I,be operated on in a short time I I first night against the winner of the Vols Virginia White all-events witha \ HAWTHORNE Hawthorne i
an even-up quar- I in the handicap
team safety Allen Trammell for and are expected to be out for CEDAR KEY -Ricky Orlando Evans-Orland Boone 5 maintained a slight f lead
turned in his usual j jI the Rebels put on the pres- It will be a doubleheadercard 674. Joyce Ward had 588 to I'
the final score of the afternoon. the remainder of the spring.Teacher. I jI game. the scratch all-events. through the game here last
lead in
performance here last to jump out to a 10 point with the other game being night in defeating Dunnellon, 35-
( ) doubles and singles will:
leading Cedar Key to I at halftime, 3525. In the played between Coca and West with Kron The 29, in the finals of the Class C.
Kentucky, Tommy 'I be rolled tomorrow and the all- i
iJi Iii of the Palm Beach that
II championship same night. 10 basketball tourna-
Pupil Group 9 basketball half, it was all Clem- Top team out of those four dealing the knockout blow, beat events will be continued.

.. ..... Turner in 24 :! Rivier and Company, as will on to the state Tennessee 42-38 Saturday after- --- -- --
.... I pumped i games go noon for its 21st Southeastern Donald Gilland of Hawthorne I
Fe out still farther
.. I as the Sharks raced past pulled tournament.In Conference basketball champi- was the lone man in doubleflgures : -

son, 50-43. it up. Friday night's tournament BasketballResults with 10 points.
onship. :
I II ,opener in Gainesville, center The Hornets had little trouble ,
'! l Bobo Griffin was the lone Fe coasted over North
(Terry Nutt sparked a second I j The victory put the second- with Melrose on Friday
in double figures for !
76-46 while P. K. '
Yonge half comeback that carried Wildcats into the NCAA
i ranked night in winning, 5527.
t : I .with 10 points. i i iI I a heartbreaker in over- Gainesville High to an exciting playoffs with a chance for an I Hawthorne took a half to get

In a consolation game, i 68-64, to Lake Weir in 79-75 victory over Ocala. I' unprecedented fifth national I untracked as both teams sputtered -

ton tripped Chiefland, semi-finals. j Nutt, scrapping for every inch championship. Kentucky finished I COLLEGEFlorida II to a 16-7 halftime tally. )

I I 1; he could get, scored four points j the season 11-3 in the conference In the final two periods the
1 (Continued on Page ) 69, Georgia 64I
1 I Rebels broke open their :( and hauled down two big rebounds and 21-3 over-all. I St. John's 63. Marquette 60 Hornets poured in points to
with a big third period,, in the last 43 seconds of / >Ohio 88. Louisville 79 gain their 12th win in 21 tries
!I the Colts 24-7 after: ) Kron, the leading scorer with Princeton 61, Cornell S
I Yale 61. Harvard 53 this season.
'Madison I play. 117 points, broke a tight defensive Northwestern 97
only 29-21 at halftime open Michigan State 107. Hawthorne Glass, 11-3; Blackwell,
The Hurricanes trailed by 15 I Wake Forest 74, N.C. State 55
: I I battle in the closing I 3-1-7; Fultz. 3-1-7; Bender ,2Gil-
Garnie Hatch j 73
played subs Clemson 90 Virginia
06)a I 4210. Totals 14735.

final points at halftime, 33-48, and minutes of the first half when'1, Miami Fla, 87 Florida State 80 t, Dunnellon B. Roland. ).1.7; Lang-
'Lake lit period. "gradually fought back in the he stole the ball twice and ,, Penn Southern State 78,Conference Pitt 63 TournamentVMI I ford 2.1.5; 12-4 Root.; 4-0-8 Ferguson Totals.1-3-5 11729.L. Roland

Rebels broke into the I last two quarters. dashed in for a lay-up to put 61. George Conference Washington Tournament 56 Score by quarters:
Carolina Hawthorne 8 9 7 11 3$
the Wildcats out front to stay. : Lenoir Rhyne 31, High Point 30 Dunnellon/ 3 12 4 10 29
,For Crown (Continued on Page 06)) I Providence 86. Holy Cross 77 HAWTHORNE Glass. 3-28. Alkitoson.
(Continued on Page 06)) Held To Fh"eCotton I Detroit 1C4 Bowling Green 88 244; Blackwell, 34-6; Reeves 1.
Oklahoma State 181. Nebraska 45
\ I 0.2; Fultz. 3-1-7; Robinson. 0-2-2; Beck.
I. Cincinnati 104. North Texas tl
hem 0-0-0; Bender. 2-0-4. Hughes 2-
l1ADISOiIn a I Nash, Kentucky's .Minnesota 70. Iowa 63 M; Gilland. 5-3-13; Bonds. 215. To-

foul basketball game here II I standout pivot man, was held to I I.Missouri Dayton 82 87 Loyola.. Colorado New 84 Orleans 67 tals.MELROSE 234-55 Allison. 0-1-1; Tomlin-
New York Yankee Manager Yogi Berra points to Falls Kansas State 99. Oklahoma 70Bradtey .
Madison downed
night, City an all-time low of five points.All son 2-1-5. Mood2 3-7; E. J. Beck 2
I i 13. Northern Michigan 66 .
Arthur 22Wilson. 1-0-2
playing field with ace pitcher Whitey Ford. I. 15. W. D. Beck. ;
1 Butler 88-58, to cop all were foul shots. I I S South Carolina 74. Maryland 64i Wallace, 011. Totals 9-9.27.
Daley devotes column to Yogi i and Co.- on Page 04.- '!Class B, Group 6 'i iI i|Purdue Kentucky 97.42. Wisconsin Tennessee 83 31 i tals. 94.21.Score .
--- by quarters
The loss was Tennessee's first |Army 74. Navy 55 Hawthorne 9 7 13 24-55
I And foul basketball it !; To Florida I this season on its home court. LaSalle 90. Utah State 85 Melrose 2 S 11 9-27
High NYU 11. lona 61 Officials: Mayhew and McElhannon.
Perry SqueaksPast The two teams shot a i| Tennessee was leading 13-12 Ohio State 73 Indiana 69
82 foul shots, as personal i( I Creighton 84 Notre Dame 71
when Kron stole the ball from Rice 104 Texas Christian 86 Bell Loses

took such a heavy toll on s Florida i 11 his big three-point play just be- Larry McIntosh and raced down Duke Drake 104 56, St.North Louis Carolina 50 69

I, team that both were I II of Tallahassee took ad-|fore the final buzzer in overtime.!for a lay-up. Kron was fouled Texas Tech 87. Arkansas U
play with just four men Michigan 89 Illinois 83 To Mayo S
Tornadoes on !
of a three-point play by r Cross City's high-scoring cen- and made the shot good for a

,tea mduring the final I Scherdin here last night'!ter Dennis Bennett was the'three-point' play. A moment later 'i
f All other players had I eke past Cross City, 47-45, in game's top performer with 37 t he took the ball from Howard I to beat the Bell Bulldogs Fri

LIVE OAK Perry High game Perry jumped onto a Jimmy Thomas topped I' points. The 6-2 ace bagged 12\ Bayne and scored. A jump I CLASS AA GROUP 11 Beach 67 day,; night in a semi-final game

squeaked past Starke's Torna- ,.point.spree bandwagon, scoring'does Lake Butler scorers \\ field goals and 13 free thrwos.',playmaker gave Kentucky a Fort Lauderdale CLASS 48.GROUP Pompano 16 10f the Class C, Group 6 tourney -

63-62 here last night to 126 points in the fourth quarter, while Larry Clyatt had I I win gave Florida High' Scherdin was high for the vic-'I' 19-13 lead at halftime. j Jupiter 10.CLASS Lauderdale A GROUP Pine 16Hollywd. Crest 56 I here.

wrap up the Class A Group 2s and holding Starke to 15. I neither of the two was Class B, Group 5 tournament!tors with 15, and Singletary con- I Chamiftade 61. Miami LaS. 52 Mayo won 46+44 when Wilburn
Tennessee fought back in the X CLASS AA GROUP 14 off-balance shot
championship. Walt Lamb topped Perry with ,,to see the end of the The Tallahassee club is tributed 10. 1 frfolhrwd. McArthur 66 North Miami 55 Bell popped an
'I to personal foul trouble. champion in State second half and closed the gap i', CLASS AA GROUP 16 with five seconds left to play.
held half-
Starke ran into foul trouble in 17 points, while Bobby Engle 11 Cross City a t Miami Columbus 60 Key West 46
I to 35-32 with 1:56 left. But the The basket ruined great
the fourth quarter, as John Wil-land Bill Strickland chipped in Madison out to time lead but fell behind by one
jumped Miami Beach 44
Vols got in a one-and-one situa Miami High 49 comeback by the underdog
Hams and Ernest Jenkins fouled with 13 and 12, respectively. I lead in the City held a two-point point after the third period. I CLASS A GROUP 15
early game, ( going down to the wire in tion and Kentucky piled up the Riv. Beach 79 Lauderdale Aquinas 55 : Bulldogs. Bell trailed by nine
out with three minutes to go.(i Friday night, Starke topped at the end of the first I FLORIDA HIGH Singletary. :3-4-0 points as Tennessee: fouled in CLASS AA GROUP f. after one,quarter and was 13
Florida ,
Williams had 17 points for the Live Oak 55-45 and Perry beat i. time when McCollum. 4-1-9; Dunlap 1-1-3. Scher winter Haven 62. Lakeland 58 '
9 9I 2612. From then on, I din. 7-1-15; Plant, 2-0-4; Creamer, 3-0-6 fighting for the ball. CLASS AA GROUP 18 down in the third period before I
night and Jenkins, 12. Harold !Lake City 78-62 to move into Madison all the Richard Singletary con- Totals: 20-7-47. Tampa Hills. .... Tampa Chamb. 54 defense
way, A. W. Davis and Danny -CLASS A GROUP 9P going to a zone press \
a shot from the cor- CROSS CITY-Bennett. 12-13-37; Dodd.
finals berth. on
Bishop in 18 for the last night's
pumped hometowners were indeed 2-1-5; Jones. 0-1-1; Killian. 1-0-2,' Land,' Schultz -were Tennessee's Plant city$1.. Tampa Jesuit 42 that stole numerous Mayo ij
to send the into over- CLASS A GROUP 11StPeteButs.
Tornadoes. Score by quarters: same
O---t. Totals: 151545.
free. and converted them into ,
leading scorers, with 12 and 10 Barry 65.-Brad. SE. 61 passes 1(
Score by quarters:
With Starke having trouble Starke 17-15-15-15 I CLASS A GROUP 11 I
Florida HigH .... 11 S 19 7 -4; field oals.
keeping 'its personnel in the|l Perry 14-10-13-26 (Continued on Page ) came through with. Cross City I ........10 12 12 1 3-4|i I points respectively. Kathleen 41. Bartow 31 C ,



02 'Golnesville Sun Sunday: March 1I 1964 .

I Ii Gators' Bill Koss: .Virtue Is Its: Own Reward' I I IA

Ii I.

fellow named Prior was fond of telling people in his In his high school and prep days Koss play! 'ed against or Koss explained it. "He was talking to me something about

day, the mid 1600s up to the early 1700s, that "Virtue is its with many of the nation's finest talent of 1964. Wichita's Dave missing the shot. That's not allowed. So I asked the official to

own reward." Stallworth, Princeton's Bill Bradley are just a pair. tell him to be quiet and he did. I noticed Craddock was doing

If he had been at Florida gym last Monday night when "Florida's that to other players, too, when I was on the bench."
J: .e< aJ.h t. : players are just as good as any of them, Koss
Con- .
the Gators beat Georgia Tech, 92-73, in a Southeastern
ference basketball game, chances are he would have smiled. feels. "They just need to realize they have ability, to gain Koss made the free throw to tie at 21-21 ;r d shortly after-

Chances also are that when No. 34 of the Gators left the JJI olf ., confidence, improve and we'll be hard to handle by anyone." wards the Gators moved in front to stay.
been his feet f- :t.::,_,;v/".
for a substitute, Prior would have on r "'" /
game Incident Perhaps the effort that was later to bring the ovation from
with most of 3,600 other fans in a standing ovation for the de- Explained
parting athlete. the fans took place with Florida leading, 84-67. Koss muffed a

Fans who may have been puzzled by one little incidentof wide-open layup shot. But he turned around and grabbed the
Gator junior, certainly fulfilled Needless to say, Florida is one and UF assistant coach Perry
Because Bill Koss, a 6-8
the UF-Tech
game now have the explanation.When ball away from a Tech player who had gotten the rebound and
that line of Prior's with his performance against the Engineers. Moore already has been in touch with the younger Koss.
Koss to the line stuffed it back in for two points. The fans loved it.
stepped to shoot
a free throw with
Asked what he thinks of Florida's basketball'future Koss'eye
Florida via
who to a
Ohio, native came
Koss, a Bridgeport the score 21.20 for Tech and 9:38 to in the first half And so did Bill Koss. It's
at Manlius Prep (which also gave the UF starting for- lit with the blaze of expectancy."It's go been a long sophomore and junior
year the Gators came Engineer guard R. D. Craddock lined up right behind Koss season polishing splinters on the bench. Last Monday's
ward Paul Morton), provided a "spark" as going to be great," he said, "We're going to have a game
from behind. It wasn't so much that Koss' seven points were and just outside the key. made all the hard work more than worthwhile.But .
I national championship team soon. Coach Sloan knows more
the margin of victory. They weren't. But every basket he 1I 1 basketball than Koss stopped in his preparation for the shot, said something then, that's what Prior
made and the manner in which he made them tell the real anyone I've been associated with. His program was talking about all the time.
story. is a great one; so is the school's." dock. Anderson who, in turn, passed the word to Crad- Wonder if he wasn't an atheletic coach of some sort in his
i dav 300 ."f'ar a an
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UF Gentlemen -

Royals Blow
The saga of Koss is a part of what former LSU star Joe r-
Dean told the Gainesville Tipoff Club last month in a speech

here. Dean said he didn't know how well Florida would do, Big Margin x
whining or losing, in the SEC this season. But he did know ,

that the UF players, man by man, represented a collectionof
gentlemen unusual in the athletic scene today. StifiWin

Koss, vice president of the UF's Fellowship of Christian :: ; f: i
breed it is ,:
the as
of Athletes the evolving, perhaps modern best exemplifies athlete. Being new intelligent, well-bred, Two near giveaways and one 'pe ..' ..:>::....,"'.; :;....,,.. <> ,..::;.., ; .<' .J. '. > '}:\ : {
outright surrender in National
courteous, attentive, clean spoken does not mean that when all Basketball
this is found in an athlete, there is little or no talent and no
had the pro coaches' ulcers in
fight high gear Friday night.

The 21-year-old Koss, who plays hard in practice, in a game
and works just as strenuously at the business of studying in his Cincinnati scored 51 points in
the third quarter, then blew a
chosen field of business administration and conducting himself
20-point lead before finally sub-
with the elan necessary to become a good citizen of tomorrow.
duing Philadelphia 134-132 at

Where did the Ohioan get his inspiration for his determination Scranton, Pa. xx

to make good, to keep trying, to overcome what to Los Angeles wasted an 18- g ; r.. ,.1. .w' ",. ."' .
most UF spectators appears to be a gawkiness, an uncertainty, point margin late in the game 'I i: f
that has manifested itself in a rash of quick fouls in other UF but held for a 115-112 victoryover

cage games? Baltimore.
New York squandered a nine- '
John Havlicek current Boston Celtics star a& .
"I plajed with ( point spread in the last eight
here and member of Ohio State's national champion team) in minutes and lost to Detroit 112-

high school," Koss said. "And he always told me that if 110 in the opener of a double- .5, kc
you do your best all the time, they can't ask you to do any- header at Boston.In :
more. the second game, San
Francisco didn't have to worry ,4
Wedding about a blow-up. The crippled k .
Warriors never got going and Y H
The 21-year-old who plans to stroll down the aisle next July h"
dropped a 107-92 verdict to the
with Mary Breitenstein of Mt. Lebanon, Pa., continued: Celtics.

"I know I can do a good job. I have confidence in myself." The results left Boston and ,. y.

The personable Koss wants to go on to law school, make Flor- San Francisco 2Vz games up on
ida his home and join the ranks of the state's practicing at- Cincinnati' and idle St. Louis, re- \ .
torney's. "I think this is a wonderful state," he said, "The. spectively, in the divisional 4 :y :: ;.;

people and the opportunities are tremendous." races. Los Angeles victory gave .'*<"' ....,,-",. 'h*<;1,.. ... ., __.. .
the Lakers a six-game cushion \ _..hh"' .::..:::}r::$i-t l .. :.:"h.<<;::' "I
admits to to a.
A good humor type of fellow, Koss trying keep over Baltimore in the running ; sxrf
the rest of the Gators relaxed. "Somebody has to do it," he for the last playoff berth in the

said. Koss succeeded quite well against Tech, looseningthe West and New York's 51st
Gators from a one-point halftime lead-which he presentedthem defeat made the Knicks the d.

by a last-second tipin-to a runaway triumph. NBA's losingest entry. Silwmuuza.

His humor sometimes ,has manifested itself in turnabout
f .9F.A
fashion. When Koss was at Manlius Prep,the then Syracuse Bro'\T sword \ b

Nationals of the National \Basketball Association (.now the A4
Philadelphia 76s) trained at the Manlius gym: : '4

"We watched them in a drill one day," Koss related. "Their Thomas Top g9 proudly

big guys such as Swede Halbrook, a seven-footer, would run
in and duck the ball. The basket'was' attached to a standard S .
Mixed .
bolted to the floor. All the dunking their big men did must Loop .
have loosened it. present America'smost
Gene Brcwnsword and Har-
"The next day we practiced and-1 decided to dunk one vey Thomas both had 555 seriesin
myself. It hit the rim and the whole backboard fell over. Boy, the z
Friday Night Mixed:
after we picked that.up broken glass (the backboard was glass) for days League at Palm Lanes. Brown- :. ;,d > famous label
sword had 186181.178 and Thomas x

192165198. Bob Glarcke hada
Admires FatherKoss
538 and Davis 201
Ralph a
high game. ; in fine
has great admiration for his father, an avid basketballfan Eleanore Todaro led the wom- ; men's clothes
who makes several trips a year to see his son and the
en with 122-181.170-479. Nita
Gators in action. "I admire him more than anyone," he said. d'd
Thomas had 475 and Pat
"He always seems to have the right advice when I need it." 3 3 to
Brownsword 466. Mrs. Todaro's :.

The elder Koss is a salesman for a welding equipment firm 187 was high game. f We
happily welcome this
which is a family business since it is operated by his uncle. Mary Lee's Beauty Salon hada most famous of

And there's a younger Koss" -too. He's brother Fred a 6-5 2119 series and a 749 single V 1 all fine labels into our family of distinguished
senior at Bridgeport and a standout cager, also. Older brother game best Splits were made

Bill unabashedly terms baby brother as the "finest cage talent" by Tony Jusick, 6-7; Dora Bryant y ,' > .' clothing. Most famous, did we say? Just for
in the family 4-10; Mrs. Thomas, 2-7.10; _r
and Sarah Winter, 510. S'' the record, more men wear Hart Schaffner & Marx
"In Bridgeport's first tournament game last week Koss Ace Szafran of Injun-ears led
said, "he scored 19 points, had 16 rebounds and intercepted the General Electric loop at Lr, than any other fine label on earth! And this
11 passes. He also has a lot of colleges interested in him." Palm Lanes with 209-168-210
N-; season it's sewn inside the finest clothing
587. Rolly Brunclls of Rebels

had 583, Dalton Rogers, Alley i HS&M has
A Lot Goes u. ever made. Premium imported and
Cats, 537; Bill Monahan, Yan-
kees, 535; Dave Ross, Rebels, I :t .R ,. domestic fabrics are combined with HS&M's

528; and Chuck Weight, Half o, 1 {
Into Pints, 515.Brunelle. t w i fashion-fresh styling Your Hart Schaffner & Marx

Making had a 219 high game
while Rebels totaled 961-1020- S looks, feels, and fits like the thoroughbreds

1015-2995 and Half-Pints had
1035 best. Della Crowe made a +s it is. Best of all, HS&M-quality is

Good Bowler the 3-7 split. offordably priced from 8500. Our
George Sparks of Yankee-

I;Rebs topped the Lucky :Mixed handsome, handpicked collection features the
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP- .said. A pro since 17, he said he !J'loop at Palm Lanes with 193-
What makes a good bowler? 'has seen many players come; {, I 203-186-582. Jim Tierney, Poi- t f tt ; : most popular patterns and shades. We cordially)
One of the pro stars, Carmen and go. Pins had 4
I json a 532, Darwin ,
Salvino, says it takes much "Lots of fellows, new, make Simpson, Lucky Strike, 518. rd invite you to join the distinquished legion of

more than a good arm. the mistake of coming on tourto Joyce Ranew, Jets, led the .'J ,
"Bowling is not peaches and make a dollar. What theyshould women with 120169165453. g .: s superbly groomed men who wear

cream as most people think," do is go out, get a job, I Norma Simpson had 437 and< ; t Hart Schaffner & Marx. Soon.
Salvino said Saturday, while get a little money in reserve, I Juanita Bivins Sputniks, 426. 4- ,. .
here for a Professional Bowlers then go on tour. If they don't I Sputniks had a 1792 series and ,

Association Tournament."It make it on the first or second )a 665 high : ALSO HS&M SPORT COATS AND SLACKS
takes the certain type of crack, then they're not out. game.
Liz Elleman of Silver Dollars
man who can stay sharp physi- ,They can watch the other guys ':
and learn." 81 came up with 179-156-193-528 ir
cally and mentally, the 30- j
the Rebel Coin and
year-old former PBA National Salvino is a strict trainer. lIe Stamp 9
League at Rebel Lanes. Flor-
champion from Chicago added. doesn't smoke or drink, and
exercises x.s
ence Bedell of Coins had
He said that spectators usually daily to keep his ." ,.
don't see the little realities cles loose. and Norma Weseman of Non :. t .J
which face the bowler. Cents had 463. Mrs. Elleman'; 514
pro Above all, he practices. Whenhe 193
was high game.
example: doesn't pass the qualifying
-Lanes differ from city to :rounds in a tournament, Salvino 7/
city; some are fast, others spends his time "watching the Twin Catcher

slow. guys who did, and finding out
-Lanes use different types of why I didn't. $
wood; some lane tenders apply 'When I go home-which is Injurs FingerORLANDO 4 V > 225 W. UNIV. AVE.

lots of oil prior to others for
games, not very long-believe it or Fla. (AP-Min
use little. This will affect not what I do is bowl
the arc-and hook-of a throw. more. I go there to, develop. I nesota Twins catcher Earl Ba. y A FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL BANK LOT

-The shoes being used by have learned more about myself toy sprained his left index finger /

one player on the approach can in the last,, two years that during a workout Saturday and

l I affect the floor and harm, the way."_ will be hampered for several ,

L next guy's game. While at home Salvino also days.

.Real Test teaches others. Among his most Battey fell down during an in-
t The bowling tour, where all enthusiastic pupi1slrs. Salvino formal intrasquad game in 1 y'4.
J factors come into play, is thegal I and their 7-year-old daughter. which the Lee Stange team beat
'. test for a bowler Salvino i the Jim Kaat team 76.


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Much Fan Dawn Fraser Lowers Mark I

Has Ey 'day., $ .
Support '
., .. ; .. SYDNEY, Australia CAP) the 200-meter event Friday and the 200-meter)( :Butterfly: finishing -,i swam: ,a leg on the winning 400-
jI 4 ,,dr Dawn Fraser, the only womanin I finished only fifth in the 400- I'! more, than five seconds in I I I'meter relay, breaking the 60-
the world to break the 60-sec- front of Brett Hill. I'
runner-up |
:meter freestyle won by Robert second barrier with a 59.6 clock-
Been Killed' ? ond barrier for the 100-meter : "I was not flat out," said Ber-
'" Windle in 4:17.6. Konrads was ing. Also on the winning quartet,
r freestyle again lowered the rec-: :ry, adding, "I felt I could-have
: N<,2'' S... ord Saturday and Kevin Berry!I timed in 4:25. done 205.: I j I timed in 4:50.8, were Marlene.-

KANSAS CITY (AP-Charles I'm not going to let this trouble f. ": bettered the men's 200-meter |I "I am only 30 per cent fit," Besides her record-bettering,:!Dayman, Alwyn Mitchell and

0. Finley's drawn-out lease dispute we've had with Charles 0. keep butterfly record in the Australian -.,.Konrads admitted after his poor,,(1 time in the 100, Miss Fraser also I i I Jan Turner.
with the is but ; x Swimming Championships! .
from '
city over, |me doing all I can for S showing. "I lack competitive: '"
another big question remains-.1 Kansas City and the American and Olympic trials. training for such races. Normally I.

how much fan support has been(!League." 7 Still bothered by a chest cold, I swim 300 miles in prepara- Jim Richardson '

killed by the dispute and Finley's -j But Ed Leahy, deputy sheriff, Miss Fraser set a world record tion for such a race but this ...

letics?attempts to move the Ath- said, "I don't believe the people for the 36th time in her lengthy i year i I have done only 80 miles." believes in
I will support Finley after all the career by going the distance in ,i I
Undoubtedly, a residue of bit- things he has said about Kansas eFk, M 6 Y 58.9 seconds, trimming six- Konrads has two other oppor- : Honest Efficientand
terness remains and it's boundto I City." tenths of a second off the rec- tunties: to impress the Olympic Independent yam
selectors, in the 100 and I
have an adverse effect on at- Lloyd another 3 ord she set in 1962.Berry's 1,500
Mayan, restau- !
tendance.But I b 'meters. But he s.:;d he thought City GovernmentVote
rant owner, declared, "I don't time of 2:06.9: for the'
will too fast for
"they me"in
the situation is far from want any part of him. I used to) f s 200 butterfly clipped 1.3 seconds'off the 100. go I For RICHARDSONCity

hopeless, providing the focus is I buy a season ticket every year, the mark established by Carl' I Commission Group 1

put on the baseball team-and but not this year." I( 41QYld ..\. Robie of Philadelphia last year. Five Seconds
kept there. The county collector, Mel Hil- But he was overshadowed by Berry outdistanced the field in''! (Pd. Pol. AdOBASEBALL ,'1'

Probably the most important liard, said, "I'm one who wantsto Miss Fraser's outstanding per-: -------- -- --- .

factor in the entire picture is ; forget the past and play ball.It formance and the disappointing

the performance of the team. If is in our own best interestsand showing of former world record-
it creates interest, it will get I think the business peopleare holder John Konrads. EQUIPMENTby

good supcrt-even from some too intelligent to let the difficulties 'Rebel Rouser Miss Fraser, labeled the
of Finley's sworn enemies.As interfere with getting grandmother of Australian
of the financial situa-'behind swimming because she is 26
now baseball.
Santa Fe
Diane Gallop, head cheerleader for the :
tion is bleak Only about 760 sea- : Johnny Glorioso, insurance flashed the first 50 meters in
Rebels, reigns this week as the Sun's Sweetheart
son tickets have been sold and I i man and former Missouri Quarterback 28 seconds at the North Sydney
I of the Week. Diane is a senior, winding up her prep MacGregor
no television or, radio contracts said, "There are always in Sun pool and was all by herself to
I cheering career present play. (
have been with I' when she crossed the finish line. u
negotiated, opening differences and personali-
Photo by Eddie Davis) : :
day only six weeks away. I ties in a business deal but I I No PredictionThe ..7L. SPECIAL PRICESon

However, a strong bid for the think it's up to the city to show I two-time Olympic champion I

first division by the A's once the I I it's still big league." II i I Klamfoth to Seek who won the 400 meter High School and ';

season gets under way would I Mayor Ilus Davis, who insisted I freestyle event Friday, had refused J
help dissolve the financial hand- and got a lease that is I to make a prediction : :
icap. "firm, binding and noncancelable about her chances of betteringthe ( Little League to Professional I .

Pitching Talent ," put it this way: 4th Title world record before diving
The club's chances for such a :I "Our best argument has been I II I 'Cycle into the pool for the 100. Equipment

bid hinge largely on ManagerEd I the nearly nine billion fans who I "I am no Cassius Clay," said ...
Lopat's ability to develop have paid their to ball the 1962 Associated Press Worn- ;
way DAYTONA BEACH Anx- !'$12,000 race. GLOVES preshaped, ready for action.BASEMAN'S ;
Athlete of the
man Year. "Iwon't
young pitching talent. The A'shad games in nine years. As long as!
ious to become the first four-! The opening event of the an- ,
be of the result :
to sacrifice front-line pitch- the team is support 1 think sure until
we time winner of the event, Dick nual Classics comes on Friday MITTS Fieldmaster and Big Dipper l Models.
to Cola- will I I the officials have announced it,
ing get sluggers Rocky always have it, and if we
Klamfoth has come out of retirement March 13, when the amateurs '
vito and Jim Gentile. But fan don't support it we will always to try for victory in i'battle for 100 miles. On Satur-I,but I am feeling just great. I ; CATCHER'S MITTS The New Featherweight Pad. :,
reaction has been largely favor- have problems." ,am enjoying swimming and I
the 27th annual American Motorcycle -|day, March 14, there will be two!.
j believe I can do justice to this BODY PROTECTORS H'
a':Ie to the trade. The fans viewit I Contour-fit Design, Lightweight.
Association's 200-mile star attractions. The novices will |final." i I W
as a gamble worth taking.
Finley was smiling and affable -i Koufax Inks national championship motor race for 76 miles and the ama-i Miss Fraser, a 5-foot-8, 150- !i LEG GUARDS Contour Dark Blue Plastrum. '
cycle race at Daytona Interna- teurs and experts will clash in'' who admits
pounder gorging
Friday as ,signed ending a the fouryearlease dispute i i tional Speedway on Sunday,:a 100-mile event for 250cc ma-!I herself on steak and drinking ,I MASKS Featuring the ALL NEW Merlon Frame for Lightness ,:,
Pact Hiked March 15. I chines. Mann will ride a Yamaha beer while in said after and Shock Protection.
which brought him close to ex- training, Absorbing :.
pulsion from the American! The popular, colorful, and in this open duel.A the race that she had gone

League. It was just a week after ,daring Ohio rider said he was I I total of $19,500 in posted all out, but had been forced to SHOES by RIDDELL and MacGREGOR Kangaroo, "
To $70,000LOS through with the follow-' other AL club owners voted to game 'I
I 'four I major events. rubber cleat shoes for Little League, cowhide uppers
authorize a meeting to see about ing serious injuries in a practice ,I ,because of the lighting in the
lifting Finley's franchise.The i ANGELES (AP-Sandy crack-up at Lincoln, IlL, in 1962. { ;pool. with grain leather toe, molded rubber sole.
white-haired, 45-year-old i Koufax likes zeros on his pay He stuck to his promise throughout I U. S., Red "It was a hard race," she 'II

insurance broker did his best to: check as well as on the score- 1963 but now, his injuries I I said. "I could not have done any CAPS SHIRTS SOCKS BALLS BATS

convince onlookers he wanted to board. healed, he has decided to join better. I did an ordinary turn at .

forget the dispute and promotethe I The stylish left-hander shut the roaring pack again. I i Track Stars'Together' 50 meters instead of the faster I, UMPIRE EQUIPMENT ,

team. City officials urged I I1)out out 11 opponents in 1963 and Klamfoth, a veteran of 18. tumble turn which I might have I -

\ ) support of the club. Friday he climaxed prolonged years of competition, first won fluffed under the lights. I will i I
Fan reaction varied but it negotiations with the Los Ange- the classic 299-miler in 1949 on be swimming in the 200-meter Jimmie Hughes Sporting Goods

'iced' some hope."I les Dodgers by signing a con- the old beach-road course. He I Sunday and hope to be able to
think it is going to be real tract for a reported $70,000. The followed with victories in 1951 LOS ANGELES (AP) The I shake the world record for that ,
Northcentral Florida's Spor ting Goods Headquarters fl
Russian and United
ough for Finley's club, at leastor amount was twice his 1963 sal- and 1952, always astride a Nor-! States track distance. i ...
. and field athletes will share the Meanwhile, Konrads was having 1113 University Ave. FRanklin 2.8212
a while, said Kenny Bass, ary of $35,000. I ton. He will make his effort for
same dormitory, eat the same considerable trouble. He. Offstreet Park In Rear Of StoreDAYTONA :"
i home builder. "I wish it were- Sandy's raise topped by $10- !a fourth win on a Matchless. j I
:food from the training table failed to qualify for the final in I I
:not so because I'm a baseball 000 the increase awarded to Klamfoth won the 1951 race
I and work ,
presumably out together
fan and I'm' for American right-handed pitcher Don Drys- with an average speed of 92.811 I
during the sixth annual
League baseball. I'll support dale Thursday. Big Don signedfor miles per hour, but he'll un-
meet here July 25.26-
lim." an estimated $70,000 a doubtedly have to travel faster' '
S.T. Lusco, a restaurant ownr. $25,000 boost over his 1963 salaryof for a win next March. All four I' The Russians want it that BEACH : ,

% said "I'm for baseball and $45,000. of the major annual Classics way meet director Glenn Davis

I The southpaw strikeout king races will be contested over the I said Saturday. He pointed out
and General Manager E. J. Speedway's full 3.81 mile that such fraternization has

Gulf si ream (Buzzie) Bavasi came to terms course and a winning speed of I been taboo with the Russiansin -' : '

Friday after a three-hour con- over 100 mph is predicted by the past. i___ N." N
The men's and
i women'steams
Track OpensWednesday ference. the experts.One. I
Koufax had spoken of quitting of Fastest 'J will occupy the top four

baseball and accepting what The 3.81-mile course is one of I floors in the new eight-story ;- ;- : :

was termed a lucrative careerin the fastest in the world, com- Cecele and Michael Birnkrant .
another but unidentified field.' bining the high-banked turns Women's Residence Hall on the f _

MIAM to Gulfstream(AP-Florida Park racing from Sandy vigorously denied pub- and long straights of the Speed- University of Southern Califor- Ip6 ..

moves licized reports that he had demanded way, with the flat, winding in- nia campus. .
Hialeah Wednesday for the final The dormitory is a short distance -
$90,000. He refused to field layout. The big bikes are :.
43 days of the season, with $435- from Memorial Coliseum ., ,, ,
give any exact figures as did expected to move at 140 mph, 9 f 4" !SpPyss'ib n syt? '
000 in stakes and $1,770- I ;
money site the meet.
Bavasi. or better, on the back straight.
000 in purses to be given out. I I The Russian men will ..
Two unsigned Dodgers re j Dick Mann, current AMA national -
The track also will have the I ,
the top floor, the U.S. men the
main-Frank Howard and Mau- champion, was an early J
twin double-in which bettors ry Wills. Bavasi has granted I entrant for the 200-miler. He third and the girls' teams sep
to pick winners of four
try arate lower levels.
Howard permission to report will ride a Matchless. AMA of-
races. late to camp but he has been !ficials predict that a field of 100 Herb Haberson, director of Q
Highlighting the 43-day meet- unable to contact Wills. | experts will go to the post in the commons and residence halls at "
ing ending April 23 will be the ---- --- -- Southern California, said the
Gulfstream Park Handicap Russians asked to use the Amer- 'I

March 21 and the Florida Derby South All-Star ican training menu, another departure -

April 4, each carrying $100,000 from past practice.
in added money. The handicapis Both the Coliseum facilitiesand

for older horses and will be Cromwell Field, the school's PLYMOUTH BEATS ALLCOM'PETITION '

at Hi miles, while the Florida Gridders Named training grounds, will'be sharedby

Derby, final test for 3-year olds : the teams.Miiioso.
in Florida pointing for the Ken- .,-
tucky Derby and other big Gets
The South squad for the an- : liams, Miami Palmetto.QUARTERBACKS WINNING
races, is at 11& miles. IN
Opening feature Wednesday I nual North South All Star Randy I New Chance

will be the $15,000-added Armed I football game was announced!
Smith, Tampa Robinson; Chip
Handicap, at six furlongs. The I yesterday by Carey McDonald, !i i! With Cbisox
race drew 29 nominees, with I executive secretary of the Flor-> Scharfswerdt, Vero Beach; Bob

Merry Ruler top weighted at 122 I ida Athletic Coaches Association Downs, Winter Haven; Harold: SARASOTA, Fla. (AP-Min- THE DAYTONA 500 !

pounds and Sky Wonder next at i Peacock, Pahokee. I. nie Minoso will get a chance to
star for a third time with the
120. I The hi 1i School classic isscheduled BACKS Fred Branch, Tam- Chicago White Sox.

for Aug. 1, at Flori-! pa Robinson; Mike Blatt, Key 1 The 41-year-old Cuban out-, Daytona Beach, Florida-February 23: New 1964 Plymouths
TonI Dobsoii da Field. It will be preceded I West; Don Wantuck, Miami"fielder who was released by the j 5 YEAR OR streaked across the finish line today to win the famous '.'

that afternoon by the North- Norland; Henry Hall, Miami ,Washington Senators at the end
"Daytona 500".first-second-third! Averaging better than ::
South all-star basketball Southwest Richard Trapp, Bra- 000 MILEWARRANTY
prep (' 1 I 154 miles hour, Plymouth proved its ability to take the .:.
Bowls 595 game. Both are under sponsor- denton Manatee; Russell Gie- Monday for training work- per

ship of the Florida High School low, Vero Beach; John Causey, I lOuts with the White Sox. I rugged grind of competition racing and come up a winner as well. .:

Tom Dobson came close to Activities Association. Belle Glade. Minoso was welcomed by General If this is the kind of durability you want in your new car, : '

a coveted 600 set yesterday as Holland Aplin of Tampa Rob-!j I Manager Ed Short who Get up and go Plymouth for 1964! :
inson is head football coach for ', I
he rolled a 595 on games of I i said, "We need right-handed hit-
His below-par the South this year, assisted by\f Before reporting to the Hous- .ting strength on the bench and
128244223. open-;
Jim McDowell of Vero Beach ton Colts new training base at we believe Minnie will be ableto
cost him an I AT 1
ing game and Bill Dawkins of Miami Nor- COME DRIVE A WINNER :
to set an all-time local!I I Cocoa Fla., rookie catcher supply that strength. t tHawesPowers

high for the young kelers. Dob- land. Jerry Grote took batting prac- Whether Minoso makes the
son was bowling in the Condor I South Squad: I tice in a cage on his father's roster this year depends on how I
:i ENDS Jim Cox Miami Columbus Antonio Tex. he looks in
Precision loop at Palm Lanes. ] farm near San good the training
for a I ; Ed Boyle, Tampa during the winter. j trial, Short said.
Dobson 16, qualified I
I North -- ,
national American Junior Bowl-| Chamberlain; Joe Mirto, -- -- Motor Co. F
Miami; Ed Virgin, Ft.
ing Congress award for his 2441!I
dale Stranahan.
game. TACKLES Mike Donohue, FREE FISHERY 1&PIyuionth

Don Shaw had a 529 with a St. Pete Dixie Hollins; Art i iI ) >t-" all a>o 230 high game while Bill Arnold I I Lloyd, Coral Gables; Vic Venas,ii j jI' CITIZEN'S FIELDMONDAY
had 567 and a 208 high. Wanda I'1 Belle Glade; Don Giordano, Miami -'
Hines led the girls with 397. Archbishop Curley; Harris!l'' '
Redeyes had a 1775 set and Hardwood, North Miami. \ '

Aces a 651 single. Billy McCal-I GUARDS-Marty Bray,-Tampa I Mar.Come 2nd and- 5-7 Meet p.m. We Will Not be Undersold or Out Traded! :

lister made the 5-7 split. I Robinson; Bob Hiple Ft. p SENATOR SCOTT
Pierce, McCarty; Dick John
1 son, Arcadia: Paul Stairs. Okee-,I : KELLYCandidate OPEN EVENINGS .:

Philadelphia Phillie southpaw chobee; Richard McCarl, Mi-' y

Chris chances Short without handled an error 61 fielding in Na- ami CENTERS Jackson.-Vic Bender, North I a for Governor 204 N. Main Street Phone FR '2-2561 ;:

tional League games last sea- Miami; Mickey Dimouro, St.I (ft. AJ .J-Jiek Williams Temp. AljcKm C.. Cjm*. Trea- ,
son. Pete Dixie Hollins; James Wil t"N.



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04 Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964

: Roy Emerson, r : Surprises! Tulane Wins!

1.T .
Ken FletcherOff

And VMI Stuns Davidson!

Cup SquadMELBOURNE 4a'

'"'ias : nsy By MURRAY CHASS I bounds. i iI. Southern Conference regular I;I season, was forced to come Athletic Conference became

Australia (AP) return at once and given a dead- Associated Press Sports Writer Following the final buzzer, a season play. The Wildcats had from behind after leading by 11\j completely muddled with Ari-

-Roy Emerson and Ken Fletcher -line of midnight last Thursday. Like snatching panties fromgirls' I.number of the 2,500 loyal supporters been favored to win the league points in the opening minute of 1 j zona State's 106-90 loss to Brigham -
were kicked off the 1964 When they failed to appear, Sat dormitories and stuffing on hand hoisted Green 1 tournament and advance to the \ I
I the second half. New Mexico moved
Australian Davis Cup team Sat- urday's action followed. Y 38 guys into a telephone booth, Wave players to their shoulders NCAA. j Young.
into first-place tie with Ari-
r'.4- losing basketball games had be- and carried them off the floor. Davidson, seventh- a
urday for defying an order prohibiting Loss of the 27-year-old Emerson : Handed its fourth defeat in 26 Besides I zona State by nipping Wyoming
them from competing in come the fad at Tulane this "It was really a nightmare,"
who says he is considering games though Davidson faces ranked Oregon State was the)6463. Utah is one-half game be-
foreign tennis tournaments be-,a pro offer would jeopardize season.In Tulane Coach Ted Lenhardt nothing more than a consolation only member of the Top Ten in hind the leaders after whipping
fore March 31. Australia's chances of reachingthe contrast, winning had beena conceded after the game.Disheartening contest tonight against West action. The Beavers, entered in
Emerson, who scored Aus Challenge Round, scheduledfor way of life at Davidson. Virginia, an 88-80 upset victim the NCAA, edged Oregon 7168..1 j i

tralia's only two match victoriesin Cleveland, Ohio, in September. ROY EMERSON Both routines were shattered The story was completely dif- of George Washington. Texas A&. I clinched at least I i San Francisco moved into the

I the loss to the United Statesin The Aussies, holders of the Kept Playing Friday night. Tulane spoiled its ferent and utterly disheartening! Virginia Military, a two-time a tie for the Southwest Confer-I NCAA with a 48-46 triumph over

the cup Challenge Round last cup in nine of the past 11 years,I chance to establish an all-time for Davidson winner of the I loser to Davidson already this: ence title, beating Southern II.San Jose. It was San Francis-
December, currently is at Tam- are in the American zone this' major college mark for losing Methodist 7570. I co's 14th straight and clinchedthe

pa, Fla., where he has reachedthe year and must get past the II by whipping Louisiana State 80- Muddled j West Coast Athletic Confer-

final round in the Tampa strong Mexican team of Rafael FavoredParka 68. Eighth-ranked Davidson had Carter The situtaion in the Western ence championship.
Triumphs __ ___ _
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Dixie International tournament. Osuna and Antonio Palafox. its NCAA tournament expecta- d -
. Fletcher --'so Is playing there. "We had no option but to ex- tions ruined, losing in a major eooooooooo oeeea-oG .

The two have been at odds clude them" from Davis Cup upset 82-81 to unheralded Vir- ; l
with Australian tennis leaders 'consideration, said Norman W. ginia Military. Archer Next

since before the cup matches 1 Strange, president of the Lawn Tulane had been a bigger loser -I I Eyes :
with the United States. Other Tennis Association of Australia, I than Sonny Liston. The Green showing

top players who have sided with ,"they defied us and left us no t Wave had compiled a record un- : NEW YORK: (AP) Rubin sion over Ellis, a lanky lad from c

them are Fred Stolle and Bob other choice." I I EighthMIAMI matched in major college his- :(Hurricane) Carter, a mean- Louisville.The II

Hewitt At Tampa, Emerson said that: tory-22 defeats without a victory -i looking man with a moustachewho Paterson pro had it all ,
The tennis fathers wanted the he expected a letter from Australia in one year. the the scorecards of
players to remain in Australiaand next week with all the details Fla. (AP) The Then, to the accompanimentof is firmly entrenched as the and way 53.1 as by judges Frank 7-3 MARCH 2nd

play in tournaments there of an offer that would guar- French-bred Carteret came drums, cymbals and the I,No. 1 challenger in the middle- Forbes and Jim Riccio and the

during the Australian summer. antee him ($50,000 in the next 30 from far back to win the $98,400 screams of the biggest home I weight ranks, is much more in- 7-2-1 by referee Joe LoScal re

Emerson and Fletcher, who months. Hialeah Turf Cup Saturday crowd of the season, Tulane terested in getting a shot at flected. The AP scored for Car REX WOODSRepreien1inq
once said they might move to The offer was made by Ashley while the favored Parka ran out swept by LSU, just as it had Joey Archer than champion ter 811.

England, refused and went to Cooper, former Australian ama- of the money. done in the 1963 finale. Joey Giardello. Carter, whose pro record is

America for last week's U.S In- teur great who now is secretaryof Carteret scored by 3'2 lengthsover Trailing 38-36 at halftime Tu- "I now 19-4, came in at 157 t. Ellis
door the International Professional lane close to LSU until want to get Archer in the
Championships.The stayed
Ogden Phipps' Royal As- weighed 155?4 for his third loss
ordered to Tennis Players Association. 12 minutes remained when it ring, the 26-year-old Paterson,
players were cot, with Hot Dust third and 2 against 14 victories.
burst into the lead 49-48 N.J., middleweight said today \
Mr. Steu fourth in the field of on j
12 grass runners. Dave Kendall's 15 foot field after a lop-sided decision over
[flVOCKONWOOD = James Ellis in a nationally tele-
goal. .
Time for the 1R mile was a Bob DavidsKon was the work- vised bout in Madison Square 1 I Ii

I brisk 2:28 3-5, only 4-5 seconds horse of the Southeastern Con- Garden Friday night."I .
slower than the record set want Archer. This
by time I
I a ference triumph, scoring 29
The Greens, Meeting in 1958. can guarantee he won't stay in

'''37gi there. I won't say I'll knock
Carteret running as an entry him out, but he won't be I CLEANINGREPAIRING
i Lee and A.J. with El Loco the New in the
: Argentinebred ChampsEmerge
winner two ring at the end of the 10th i SEE HE BEAUTIFUL NEW FABRICS. .
years ago paid
i Like Bowling $9.80, $4.60 and $3.40. Royal As- round," Carter said. GET PROFESSIONAL ADVICE...
It's a matter of
cot returned $9.60 and $6. Hot In professionalpride
's Dust was $4.60 to show. you see. Carter, a re-
a formed ring wildman, lost a 10- Them Out" YOU'VE EVER WORN CUSTOM TAILORED
I BY JACK HARRIS. ,; ;, After the first four came Au- Ring Finals round upset decision to Archer I .
Motor Block
busson, Irish Dandy, Get Lucky, last Oct. 25. It rankles. The Hur- TO YOUR OWN MEASUREMENTSAND

The Bowling Greens, Lee and A. J., can be seen just about Parka, Sinatra Jet Clipper rican loafed a bit in that one FlushedWe TASTE.
anytime at the bowling lanes. They have been bowling just about Finklehoffe, Charabanc and El LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP- and lost a fight he should have Pick-up & Deliver
four years. loco. Wyce Westbrook of Cincinnati won. DELIVERY NOW OR LATER

Lee, computing supervisor at the U. of F., has had a high 8-5 Favorite used slashing lefts to the stom- The stocky Carter No. 1 in RADIATOR SHOP .
game of 234 with a top set of 550 and average of 150. A. J., Parka, packing top weight of ach to buckle game William the World Boxing Association

on the other hand, has a best 121 pounds to 115 on Carteret, Page of Louisville and out rankings, insists Archer is his White Electric I

game of 230 and average of 173. Rebel Lanes team that won first was 8-5 favorite with the crowdof pointed him for the heavyweight target, but adds he'll take
any mJ1J}
In their short time in sactioned place in the Northwest Invitational 27,545-largest of the winter championship of the National fight he can get and would wel- & Battery
Lee and A. J. have I season. But Jockey Wayne Golden Gloves Tournament Fri- fiiJj!
bowling at Tallahassee. He also come a bout with the champion. MEN'S
Service SHOP
won several trophies. Their most claims an 180 triplicate awardIn Chambers said Parka was "la day night. Carter abandoned his one- ( ,

prized trophy was their first one, the AJBC. I understand that boring all the "way and didn't New champions were crownedin time free-wheeling, wild-swing 118 N.W. 8th Ave. S.

which was in the Sunday Mixed he is a good baseball player.Pin like the course. all eight divisions. But one ing attack and carefully, me- FR 2.8581 1117 W. Univ. AYC. Ph. FR 2-1660
League four years ago. A trophyfor Finklehoffe was first out of winner, Harley Cooper of Oma- thodically carved out the deci-
high average of 138 by Lee NotesThe ha in the class, - -- =
the gate with El Loco chal- 175-pound won ------- -
and a trophy for high set of 668, lenging. When they swept past the heavyweight title in 1963.

with handicap by A. J. i Women's annual City the stands the first time, El 1 Only one defending champion I

They have two children, a 22- Tournament Is underway at Loco was in front and Irish made it to the final bouts, Wil: ,
Palm Lanes this weekend. .-,_- .
in Ocala and a 17-year-old Dandy only a head away with I Ham Douglas of Columbus Ohio,!I ."#;,J-,-.(-. (-':;;:t=" -- .-
daughter.A. There will be an executive Finklehoffe third. Sinatra led and he was outpointed by Rob- ij
board meeting of the Men's GBA briefly along the back stretch ert McMillan of Toledo in the

J., paint foreman forBrown's Sunday at Palm Lanes, 8.with El Loco, second Irish night's most aggressive action.I
Construction Co., bowlsin Dandy third and Carteret. Mike Bruceof
o'clock, says Jim Duke, GBA Cooper outpointed
the Night Owl League and president. Lowell, Mass., in the title go.
Lee takes up three nights of Royal Ascot took over the Marcus Anderson of Louisville
league bowling. They used to doa Warren Carson is extendingthe lead around the far turn while
outpointed Floyd of Fort
lot of open bowling. So they spare tournament at Palm Carteret moved up to eighth. j BECAUSE -
Worth in a real crowd-pleaser,
decided to try sectioned league Lanes for an indefinite period. Finklehoffe was second and Si- YOU GET
at 126
bowling out, which they have Best wishes for a fast recov- natra had dropped to third. pounds.
not regretted. They still do a ery to Kay Broadwell who is in With a quarter-mile to go, Other champions: Don Cobb;
St. Louis, outpointed A. C. Hill I
lot of open bowling.The Alachua General HospitaL jockey Ray Broussard let out MORE CAR
of in the 147-
Greens are jovial and his mount and Carteret quickly
good-natured sports. Best ScoresMerrill moved to the front. pound division; Donnie Broad-
He took the lead as they way turned it on in the third!

Al Co ic anAl Parker of B&G Motors straightened away for the run round to outpoint Morise Brunsof FOR YOUR MONEY, AND 4

paced bowlers last week with a to the finish while Royal Ascot Grand Rapids Mich at 112

"Cassius" Cowan started 646, his first. P. A. Lee, Bud- came up from third and Hot pounds; Manual Navarro of i

bowling with the AJBC six years 'weiser, 616; Frank'Palka, Bankof Dust from fifth. Fort Worth, Tex., outpointedJohn MORE MONEY FOR YOUR CAR .
agq. He came out of retirementto Hawthorne, 613; Harvey Tho- "Having El Loco set the early Copeland of Kansas Cityin I

begin his first season of ABC mas, Pepper Printing, 613; Elmer pace was our teamwork and the the 118-pound division and

league bowling. Broadwell, Wise's Drug strategy worked perfectly," Hedgeman Lewis of Detroit out- GAINESVILLE'S
Al Is a "Beatle" looking U of Store, 610; Martin Lewis, 606; Broussard said. "Carteret came pointed Stewart Isaacs of Cin-
F student majoring in account- Bill Johnson, Schlitz, 602; Ralph up to this race real good." cinnati in their 135-pound scrap.

ing, imported from North Miami Swartz, Gainesville Sun, 600.
Beach. His close friend, Barry Shufard Cagle was high in 'the

Biebel, got him enthused over -Rebel Lanes Classic with a 806 I Jim Richardson BEST CAR BUYTHE
this outstanding sport. Al set with games of 203-215-178- .z

seas he bowls for relaxation and 209.Bette has been a
to look at him he seems to bowl Sprow led the women

quite often. with a 581 series. Elma Newmanof GAINESVILLERESIDENT
Cowan bowls In the Rebel First Federal had 568; Fran I for NEW
Lanes Classic and rolls a Taylor 565; Norma Weseman I
smooth, natural nothing ball. 559; Charlotte McElwain 554;

His high set was 605, best game Carolyn Crist 541; Joyce Ward Vote For RICHARDSONCity
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: :. ". TIME

Lament.. .. IN! 40 YEARS. .
First Sentence: Player's

very happy with,my :
AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor I
WE WERE this took
It's that time again when a IM cCNcENrgATlt1 A cOt.D TEAM IM 6i-AD TO pl AY ME
cut but at his HOLDING AN
reporter fortunate enough to MY WIND MORE an INTHE SERIES.. GET AWAY FROM oa age
SHOULD BE A E tS3NQt.TC1i iTf / where can he make
hustle an assignment to the LOT BETTER... a year playing a sport. :
Florida, spring training d -- "
me or me.
grounds gets his best oppor get his wish in spades. j
tunities to major league
put play him THEN they'll :
baseball players through the him. .. i
third degree. j jr I

Most of the athletes are getting a bigger mitt '

pleasant to interview. Some I r l lr those knuckleballs." ,

feel it's not part of their job fellow really needs a We're NOT going out of business!

to be questioned by writers glasses but if he goes We're NOT forced to move!

even though it's in their con- optometrist he'll tip his We DIDN'T have a fire or flood!
tract to be public relations

wise. pitching."I'm a busy winter selling WE'RE JUST TOO OVERSTOCKED

After 20 years traveling ."
and warehouse bursting at the
Both our store are
from one camp to another a the only policy he
writer gets accustomed to the one his wife took seams from too heavy Christmas buying.

sand in his shoes and a lot of new baby.
quotes you will see on some rooming with Mike I WE MUST REDUCE

sports pages this spring. and all we do is talk
The first sentence might be ."
called the baseball player's Til play at 175 pounds this The only time this guy had better." the only time this guy talks I OUR INVENTORY

lament. The second sentenceis year because 180 is too much, any wind was the day he got What he means is that he he's is when he wakes him
more like the truth: bases." blown off the mound at had trouble going five inningsand because the middle of the night
and I'd like to steal 20
BY 50 %
"I'm glad to get down to This slowfoot hardley ever Candlestick Park. the jokers behind him steady j job )' "Hey, quit-cha snor-
camp and away from the win- base and the two baseshe "I'm going to spend more couldn't stop line drive base "We
gets on
ter banquet circuit." stole came about when the time on my curve ball." hits."If the World down early to get To do this we have cut prices to dealers cost and

Actually, this player got to pitcher forgot he was on first This humpty-dumpty never the skipper rests me dur- in shape for a quick below. You are welcome to look at our Dealer'sCatalog
play because of expansion.And had a curve and he turned to ing the season I'll hit better.I The Cost Prices. Many items particu-
and went into a windup.
if they didn't invite him pitching only because h e can make this team at two played in reported early to get I larly Major Appliances.
"I've cut out and couldn't hit a ball. three but this from the wife and kids
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he would have moved. my wind should be better." "I'm going to pace myself This .240 hitter begged first class play some golf. !

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2rm Hark OJtmtB A new air of authority has\have the jitters until the first I:keep a secret that long. To tell!:and I've been paying attention],,butts. Ha, ha, maybe they makeme I -, ;;- 1 APPLIANCES

By ARTHUR DALEYFT. !enveloped Lawrence Peter Ber pitch is thrown. Then you just :you the truth, I can't either." ever since." Yogi gazed fondly look more like a manager.1 CUT TO

ra and a new serenity too. The ,say to yourself 'Here we go,' But I did." ,on his old idol and puffed on a I I "The Yankees this year? I I r- '
LAUDERDALE WRey and you're all right. Like Ralph Doubt as to Yogi's ability to cigar somewhat distastefully. expect to win because I thinkwe
Ford, the new pitching coach of\strangest part of it allis, that Houk says, 'The easiest part of I I II handle his new role is fast dis "I gave up cigarettes for!I!! have the best team." I Dealers Cost"AND

the New York Yankees, was-none of thesecharacieristicsseems this sport is when the game' appearing. He is deporting him- Lent," he said, "and I just I: He's starting to talk with they:
wearing a look of utter frustration -, awkwardly misplacedwhen I starts.' II III self executive he deported confidence of
as an as smoke one or two of these damn I j brisk, !
when he rushed into the' superimposed on the image -I himself at bat with a More important, he I 1
things a day. I hate them but a manager. :!
The rookie school had
clubhouse before session to bring
just a I
of the preliminary rookie school of the old Yogi Berra.He's !I back one vivid memory to Yogi!graceful. One fluidity early convert and naturalease. they ease that craving for the acts like one, too. -_--_- I 'r1 Below
I pre- .. ..
because that's where it all began "
a week or so ago. He hastenedto the same good natured ;\suming he even needed convers- I
his practically fearless leader friendly fellow he always has: one year ago. He got to ion was Joe DiMaggio..Per "wANTEDrI : 4. Here Are Just A
Yogi Berra, the new manager talking about it in fond recollec-\ I I i
,been but the burden of his responsibilities haps the Yankee Clipper helped i Few Examples
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"I'm embarrassed Yog,",I surface qualities which had lain was at the rookie school coaches at the first meeting the MEN WOMEN I, 26 Cu. Ft. HOTPOINT
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ance in all major sports in the 379,225 over 1962 and the 1-\\sport in the nation on which :

United States except for professional -drawing 24,925,537, an formal records are kept. 'I a { 7((@! "Sunbeam"

baseball surged upwardin of 768,155. However, most experts con-!
1963, according to the 17th an- The two major baseballs l cede that basketball is the na ;; "GE""HamiltonBeach"

nual survey made by The Morn- leagues drew 20,477,465, a de.tion's No. 1 sport in attendance L
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Form. leagues drew 9,963,174, a decline I'college, high school, professional -! "West Bend"
Horse racing set the pace, of 84,394. and the numerous local I

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Ice Slow entertainment. Coliseum and Auditorium. gained 160,222 over the previous; PAY BY MAIL. DEEP FAT FRYERS

Six of the most extravagant and also at the Hemming Park year, reaching 4,163,643, and! .
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Mason Rudolph x s Hurricanes Win


Takes Golf Lead ', V / ,. Group Cage TitleContinued

At l New. OrleansNEW W r .
waY ( from Page 01))
des GHS took the lead for the first

ORLEANS (AP)-Uner-)but found themselves well out of : ? time since the early seconds of

ring accuracy with his pitching contention. i s ;ir play, 72-70, when Nutt poppedin

irons sent Mason Rudolph into I Charles fired a f our-under-par I a ;.; two free throws with two and

the lead of the $50,000 Greater 68, the best score of the day ,,, one-half minutes remaining.The .
New Orleans Open Golf Tourna matched by freshman pro Dud- 'Canes led by one, 74-73 .

ment Saturday with a 36-hole ley Wysong fora 144. Boros when Nutt took over with 43

six-under par 138 with the thick snapped back with a 70 for 146. seconds to go. The 6-3 ace talliedon S

shadow of Jack Nicklaus not far Wysong also .had 146. a lajip and then went down

behind at 140.Rudolph ':' Fred Hawkins shot his second the floor grabbed a rebound

who admits he can't straight 71 for fourth place at) and was fouled. .

see the 'E" on an eye chart 142, followed by Bobby Nichols Ai He hit two free throws to push
thick-lensed 71.72-143 and the veteran E. J. '
without glasses
t_ the lead to 78-73 and then hauled
added a 70 to a first round 68. ,: (Dutch) Harrison 7172143.
down another rebound. .
He missed only two 'I Rudolph tour regular from
Nutt finished with 28 points to .ae'J
Nicklaus, 23-year-old Masters]I Clarksville Tenn., had only v

and PGA champion, was equal I one bogey. He hooked his take game scoring honors. .

ly consistent as he shot a drive and failed to recover witha Teammate Bill Boaz also
ond round 70 over the 7,020- see-I three-iron shot on the first .p u I played an important roll in the as, :
par 72 Lakewood Country Club hole for a five. However, he GHS win. The 6-foot junior i

course in near-freelang temper sank from 25-feet of the pin on BRONSON'S IN THE 'MOOD-Y' FOR A BASKET guard pumped in 22 points on 11 : .

atures.In I the seventh and 13th. He missed Horace Moody sinks layup as Eagles down ChieflandTurnerLed field goals and turned in a stal- j .

third place was Dave Marr, few shots. wart floor game. I St

young touring pro from New : Nicklaus was so long off the Boaz' short jumpers and driv- :

Rochelle, N.Y. who sank a 70- I tee and so accurate from the Sharks ing layups time after time kept ; ; ; ..

foot putt on the final hole for a fairway that he might have the Hurricanes in position to .

71 and 141.Arnold !come in with a 64 or 65 if he I take over the lead. : 1 q .Z..

Palmer failed to shakea !had been even reasonably suc I Mike Hartman and Boyd ? N

prolonged slump and shot a cessful with his putter. He putt Trip Bronson For Title Welsch chipped in with 12 and 11 ; ., ,,:

71 for 147. His game generally ed for birdies on 17 of the 18 I points, respectively.Big ,,

improved but after a 33 on the greens and missed six 'putts of Jeff Curchin 6-6 junior .

front nine he took a double between 5 and 10 feet. I (Continued from Page 01)) q center dropped in 23 points to

bogey seven on one hole and a I Lionel Hebert who shared the The long-awaited clash between j lead Ocala. Supporting his performance '

bogey on another to ruin his first round lead with Rudolph Cedar Key and Trenton I were teammates Da

round. took 6s on the first two holes and lived up to all billing Friday j vid Cozad 13; Bill Moore, 12; 4w i; .

Comebacks ,I wound up with a 77 for 145. night for most of the first half. : < and Wayne McCall, 10.
Lett-handed Bob Charles of Defending champion Bo Win- 1: ; "
But the Sharks with flashy Ocala jumped off to a 21-18
New Zealand the British Open inger had a 74 for 150 which
Ricky Turner returning to form lead in the first period and ex
King and 43-year-old Julius survived the cutoff point of 151, after a bad night a day earlier F I ;l panded it to 48-33 at half- /f

Boros, the American Open title-I reducing the field to from 161 to when he was scouted by Florida 4 time with a productive second GHS' HAKTMAN (L), OCALA'S CURCHIN ATTLE'Canes'

holder, made strong comebacks >95 for the final two rounds. frosh coach Jim Macachren quarter.The Welsch Watches in Background
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last two minutes of the second while GHS
of 12 free throws
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quarter. could hit only three of nine for
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good advantage to build early

's- 'e f leads of 7-2 and 11-6. Turner, half.The
; who poured in 16 points for Hurricanes' standout 6-3

G" "pY ro 3 t4a Cedar Key in the first 10 minutes forward Mike Hartman, was Champ

r of play sparked a Shark saddled with his fourth foul with

three minutes left in the second
fora 16-15
1 edge at (Continued from Page 01)) time margin and Jasper could
;X.r the end of the first anda quarter. I
quarter In with Jasper do little
? Yat Friday's game about cutting it down
lead of 29-23 early in the Hartman sat out the remain-
the Tigers settled the issuein I i the final half.
second. der of the first half but came
t 1t a hurry as they surged to a i I Jimmy Thomas showed the
Tall Holton Browning and back and lasted until 1:35 left
13-0 lead. for the who shot
way Tigers 41
slick Jimmy Slaughter helped in the when he fouled out. I
Lake Butler built a 35-16 half- per cent for the game and hit
the Tigers back ahead at I _
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A ', 30-29 late in the quarter. GHS' Jimmy Morgan left via'I 1 -- u -- -- their first 11 free throws of the

the foul route with 3:31 remain- Thomas had 26
at Turner, who led all scorers UF to Shoot night. points and

4a with 31 points rebounded a ing in the third quarter. I Larry Cljatt added 15 as Lake

",. basket to put Cedar Key aheadto Ocala's Gary Miller picked!jlor Another Butler avenged an earlier defeat
;: a up four fouls in the first half to the Bulldogs.
: stay. Jerry Beckham a hot
.f corner shooter added one and and left the game with 6:39: left I Swim Crown I Radford Harvey Topped Jasper

followed up with a free throwon A in the final quarter.It 't Florida's duai-meet swimming ,r with 17 points and was the

a three-point plll to makeit was the third time Gainesville season is over with a final ,,'''only player for the losers to go

av 34-30. had beaten Ocala this season :into double figures.LAKE .
record of 10-2, and now Coach
Cedar Key got a break with and the seventh in a row I Bill Harlan's Gators am rating I BUTLER Thomas 4816;

r"Yr' r about five seconds to go in the over three-year span. Gnggs, 0-2-2; Clyatt 3 8.1/; Parrish. 4-
ready for the Southeastern Conference ,i 5-13. Lyons 30-4. D. Thomas 142,
ti half. Trenton forward Danny Lockerman 1-0-2; Driggers, 0-3-1
r4 Wilson was called for goal. Scoring by quarters: championships. |I MADISON Howard, 58.1M-'''r,
GHS 16-12-11-12 :
rWs a Tuscaloosa, Alabama will be 224; Herring 1.2Wagger. 2-0-4.0a-
Mainland 10-18-U-U
tending on a layup shot by vis 0-11: Johnson. 4412. Walker' 124;
r'a GHSHartman.. 4-3-15; Johnson 0-
the site of this year's three-day' Hicks 53-13; Welsch.' 53-13.; Ragans.
and drew ,
technical Morgan
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foul y 1-3-5: Welsch 2-3-7; Boaz. 1.1-3; meet which begins Thursday. Ii 7-1.15.
I protesting. Cedar Key Totals 2 -13-53. Scoring by quarters:
Florida is favorite to Lake Butler 12 4 2$ U
a heavy
t Roberts. 5 212 ,
3. got the three points for a 37-30 Mainland Jim ;
Madison 26 24 20 18Nctters
I I Mike Kellam. 3-1-7; Wes Young 48-20; "
halftime ro ,#, capture its ninth straight title i
T Fox 02.2; Wright 3-0-4; Smith 1-0-2.
I Trenton gradually fell behindin i .d Totals 18-13-49. 'and 17th overall. I Win
.;. GAINESVILLE Boaz 11-022: Nutt.
the last half although Slaughter 11-6-28; Morgan 0-2-7; Martin 61.1:1: I The Gators, paced by Jerry

was brilliant out front in the Johnson man 4412., 1-1-3 Totals; Welsch' : 321579., 5-1-11; Livingston, Ray Whitehouse,\ WINTER PARK I..H The

1'.t. all-court press stealing a half- Ya 3-4-10 OCALA; Miller- Umbaugh 33Cozad./-0.1:, McCall.45-13. Lansing Price Bill Corbin, Dick University of Florida defeated

dozen passes and setting up 4t' Y) > Peek 0-0-0; Curchin, 723; Moore, 5- Farwell Rod Hubbert etc. have I! Rollins College 7-2 Saturday in

last-break layups. He fouled x ,,. ':' 1a 212.Score Totals by :quarters 26-23-75.: recorded the best times in 11 of 'the: first tennis matches for

out midway in the final period. a 5.. Ocala Gainesville' 21 18 27 15 17 12 29 15--79 75 the 13 championship events. I I both schools this season.


P. K. Yon e lost rebound battle and ball game to Cedar Key led 54-40 after M

Lake "'eir. three and had a 64-50 margin -F idayBasketball Scores I

with 4:15: to go. The Sharks

then started a parade to the THEY'RE NOT HELPING] HIM BUT .

Santa FeWins foul line as Trenton committed Sharks' Ricky Turner connects as two Trenton players I TOURNAMENTSClass Group 14 I Group 4Crawfordville

infractions. Of Cedar Key's last appear to be giving support. (Sun photos by Eddie A A, Croup 1 I Lake Wales 69, Wauchul 53 75 Wewzhitchka' 72
Haines City 50. Sebring I i Sopchoppy 53. Apalachicola' 44
15 points 13 came via free Davis). Choctawhatchee 57, Pensacola Escambia Group IS Group S
throws for the final 79-62 mar, 51 Riviera Beach 97, Stuart 55 I I Lee Jr. Hiqh 70, Greenville' 52

Twice to 21-1 and closed out Trenton I went into the last eight minutes -I Tallahassee. Leon Group 56 J Panama City I Fort Lauderdale Northeast Aquinas 48Group 84, Fort Lauderdale Jennings 75, Whle Croup Springs 6 57

gin.Beckham I at 20-5. ii Bay 39 I,Mayo 46 Bell 44
backed up Turner i: down by 40-30 and hustled I 16 Branford 74, Fort White 54

with 19 points while Billy i, Bronson had a miserable nightat i back to 44-10 on the sharp playof duPont 54 Group Jax Bishop 3'Jax Kenny 49 i Hollywood LaSalle 71. Coral Chaminade Park 46 49 Miami Military Yulee 63. Keystone Group Heights 7 56
Slaughter made 12 and Myles' the free throwline although Jax Lee 69, Jax Forrest 63 I 43 Group 8
Egbert Farnell. Group 4
Fb.9tvn Smith 11. Trenton's Browning I it outlasted Chiefland 59-45 in Jax Parker 64, Jax Riboult 46 Jay 51. Baker Class 42 B, Group 1 Taylor Joseph's' of Pierson ,$/, St. Aug: ',>tm* St

got 22 despite an off night in the other semifinal fray. !I Miss Chances Jax Paxon 74, Group Jax Beach S Fletcher' 53 I Walnut Hill dl. Century 45 Greup 9
I Bronson 59. Chieflen AS
shooting and Slaughter made 14. The in Gainesville 79 Ocala 74 Group 1 ,
Eagles were command I Vernon 40, Bonifay 51 Cedar Key 77 Trenfen 62
Three times Chiefland Mainland' 54 Winter Park 39
Buddy Vickers got 10 for the virtually all the I Daytona Croup 4 Bethlehem 45, Ponce de Leon J"Crauo Croup It
(Continued from Page 01) Riviere had 15 and Warren Buck Tigers. way. chances to narrow Bronson'sedge Orlando Boone 55 Orlando EdgewaOrlando 1 Hawthorne 55, Melros4
But the Indians Group U
i 10. Bill Davis fired in 20 for the I a push I II to two points. The Eagles ter 45 I Malone n. Cottondale/ 41Graceville Tampa OLPH 60, Ci arwater Catholic
scoring column. Richard Clem The win boosted Cedar Key I in the final quarter. Chiefland 1 i I Evans 77, Orlando Colonial 54 75 Sneads 10Grwp 36 \,
Colts in -- -- -- who missed 30 free throws in Croup 7 4 Lakeland Santa Fe
ons playing his first full gamein a losing effort. 75A Pine Crest SO
Cocoa 59. Fort Pierce 29 !Chattahoochee 41, Bristol 46 Group H<
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six weeks after breaking his i game then struggled backto Titusville 61, Vero Beach 42 Blountstown 19. Port St. Joe 3 (over. How y Academy 49, Vtntverde 63
i The Blue Wave's loss was a va1'k a 51-40 lead and held on. Group t time) Mount Dora Biblt Sctiol 54 Umatil-
hand led with 18 points. Bud c r >r. West Palm Beach 50. Delray Beach 42 Group S I la 52IlmmokalfOe \
crusher in that PKY openedan Group 9 Tallahassee Florida High' q, Monticelk !- I Group 13\\
I Billy Cobb led the Eagles Winter Haven 57, Brandon 54 40 67 Everglades 3
Results eight-point lead going into a yy; @ a with 12 points and Eli Eeasley Lakeland 78, Tampa Croup King II 60 Group 6 I Alva 75. Bishop Verot 30Graup
Lake Butler 61 Jasper 43 14
the final period. But fouls vic- r c.ral 5w had 15. Floorman Horace Moody Tampa Hillsborough 44. Tampa Plant 40 I Group 7 Melbourne I Central 40 Boo Raton 33 a
I Tampa Chamberlain 63. Tampa Macelenny' 61, Baldwin! 5] Group 15
timized the No. 2 seeded Wave ,r' added 12 and set up easy 62 Group 8 I Unavailable)
(Continued on Page 06)) @ Croup 11 35 t
baskets with sharp Bunnell 80. Crescent City I Croup 14
CLASS A GROUP 14 PKY hit b I Sarasota 72 Bradenton 63 I Group 9 II Miami Beach St Palrkk's\ 76, Tavtr-
eight field
more Riverview 47
goals Farnell had Fort Myers 65 Sarasota i I
Haines City 66. Lake Wales SO 14 points and as 11 I Santa Fe 76 North Marion 44 nice 47
CLASS B GROUP 11Hern.ndo than Lake Weir but the 'Canes < : F g, A! I many rebounds for Chiefland. St. Petersburg Croup, St. Pete Northeast 531 Lake Weir 68 P.K. Young 64 (overtime COLLEGE
dCitrus':33 n : ) LaSallt 90 Utah State 13
Pete Dixie
CLASS B CROUP 11 dropped in 32 free throws to i St. Pete Boca Ciega 47. St. Group It Pnnceton 73. Columbia 59
Zephyrhills. Avon' Park 27 : CEDAR KEY Beckham.. t-}19; W Hollins 44 I Brooksville 66. Wildwood 45 Harvard 73 Brown 59
CLASS B GROUP IS just a dozen for the Wave. The tx Slaughter 5-21J. Smith. 4-3-11; Hath Croup 11 Inverness 54, South Sumter 45 I Tufts !!, Bates 84
Broard 45
Lake Placid 70. LaBeiie 65 d cox 22.6; Turner. 11931. Totals 30- (Fort Lauderdale 5] South Group 11 Boston Col IDS Seton Hall 93
: 19-TV. Pompano Beach 63. Fort Lauderdale Unavailable Coast GuardS. MIT 80
CLASS C GROUP 11 'Canes knotted it at 59-all in the .
Lakeland Catholic 39. Tampa Olph 26 i ze TRENTON Wilson 4-0-8; J. Slaugh- Stranahan sa Group 11 Yale 75. Dartmouth 58
CLASS C GROUP j I final period and out-scored PKY (!ter 6-214. Browning 10-2.22: Smith. |. I Croup 14 70 Florida Air Academy 59, Ocoee 41 I Clemson 83. Maryland 48So
Jennings 80. Lee 64 ,0-2; Thomas. 0-5: -2: Vickers. 5-0-10; I North Miami 88 Hialeah Oviedo 83 St. Cloud 62Group Carolina 94 Virginia 82
SS B GROUP by 9-5 in the extra period to Clifton 204. Totals 28-4-62. Hollywood McArthur 73. Miami NorI 13 I Tulane 80, LSU 43
Santa Fe 67 Lake Weir 41 I Score by quarters: I land 62 I Avon Park SX Fort Meade 39 Texas A&M 75. SMU 70 I
CLASS GROUP 9 gain the big win. I Cedar Key w 21 17 25-71 : G.u15 Zephyrhills <<. Mulberry 39 No. Dakota 77, No. Dak St. 75 .1
Cedar Key' SO. Bronssn 43 i Trenton' 15 ls 10 22- 2 Miami High 72. Miami Jackson 57 Group 14 I! Morningside 84, So. Dakota 65 1
CLASS B GROUP 6 a Officials: Brown and Love. I Miami Beach 67. Miami Bishop Curley Sarasota Cardinal Mooney >t, Fort Brigham Young 104 Arizona StaW M II 1
Madison '0. Lake Butler 56 Perry Kirkland led the winners I 54 Myers Lee 61 I Utah 86, Arizona 83 I II
CLASS B GROUP S BRONSON Moody.. 52.12 Beas- Croup 16 Group IS New Mexico 44 Wyoming
Florida High 47. Cross City 45 with 24 points while Ron ley. 4-3-15; Schossler 1-1-3; Griffin 3- I Key West 75. Miami Palmetto 67 I Pahokee 50. Okeechobee I Oregon State i. Oregon 6I63
CLASS C GROUP 8 nie Greer in his best effort of wil 3-9; Cobb. 1+20; M. Moody 0-1-1. To- Miami Columbus 62, South Oade 51 Group 16 '''San Francisco 48, San Jose State I
Hastings 51, Pierson Taylor 38 ? r tats 23-13-59. I, Class A Group 1 (To be played Saturday night) i Nevada 80, California St 62
CLASS B GROUP 1 the season, had 26 for PKY. tl I CHIEFLAND Beauchamp, 25-9; Milton 17, Pensacola Catholic 51 Class C, Group I Seattle 101, Portland 99 ot
Macelenny 53, Callalan' 51 Farnell. 3-8-14. Tremblay. 4210 Pensacola Tate 4X Pensacola Tech 45 Allentown 80 Munson 78 VMI 82. Davidson 81
CLASS C GROUP 6 LAKE WEIR Wehrenberg. 2.11.15 .} ., I Weeks. O-H); Corbin 0-0-; Matthews I Croup 1 Laurel Hill 65, Chumuckla 57 Geo. Wash 88. West Va.0
Mayo 50. Branford 47 Wynn. 25-9; Goolsby. 1-10-12; La Sota.; r : y 4-0-8; Webster. 2-0-4. Totals' 15-15-45. Defuniak Springs Welton 88 Crestview Group 1 PRO
CLASS C CROUP 7 I 2-4-8. Kirkland. 112-24. Totals. 18-32- }Y r Score by quarters: 72 Poplar Springs 62 Freeport 45 National Basketball Aisaciatia:
Hilhard 74. Yule dlCLASS 63. 6 a at t.y I Bronson 16 11 13 i -5' Marianna 76 Quincy 46Group Cam elltOft 71. Paxton 52 Boston 1G7 San Francisco 92
C GROUP 11 P. K. YONGE Hmes. 0-1-1; John y d Chiefland 5 14 u ISIS I Group 3 Cincinnati 134. Philadelphia 132
Hawthorne 35. Durmeilon 29 ston. 3-1-7; Hinton 5-0-10; Trujillo, 2- Officials: Love and Brown. Perry 73. Lake City 57 Grand Ridge 55, Greenwood 48 I Los Angeles 115. Baltimore 112
CLASS A GROUP 4 /- ; Feaster 00.0; Stearns 4-0-12 r.. I Palatka 67. Fernandma Beach 21 Greensboro 58. Havana 54 I Detroit 112. New York lit
; CEDAR KEY Green Cove Springs 43 St. Augustine 21 -- -----
Perry 63. Starke 62CLASS Greer, 10-6-26. Totals. 26-12-64. Beckham. WJ-4; Billy -
A GROUP 3 Score by quarters: Slaughter 0-4-4; Smith. 25-9; Hathcox Graup 4
Palatka 53 Green Cove Springs 32 Lake Weir 13 12 12 22 9-68 "' s :1-5-7; Turner 8-8-24; totals 14-22..50- Starke 57 Live Oak 4*
CLASS B. GROUP f P. K. Yonge 10 15 20 14 5-64 Sid k 1a BRONSON H. Moody. 4-1-9; Beasley. Group S
Santa Fe 67 Lake Weir 41 41-1, Achossler 34; GriffinS-61D; Lyman of longwood 62 Orlando Bishop FREE FISH FRYCITIZEN'S
Group 6 Score by quarters Cobb. 124; M. Moody 2.1-S. Totals, Moore SO i
Kissimmee 60. St. Leo 49
Madison 18 Lake Butler 58 Santa Fe -15-2 -13-1' I 19-5-43. '
Croup 4
CLASS A. CROUP 1 Lake Weir -15-10+10
Winter Garden Lakevlew, Leesburg
Perry 43 Starke 62 Santa Fe Paulson. J-4-14; Clemons. I
CLASS B. GROUP S 7.2.16. Riviera 7-418; Johnson. 4-W: i'Y i 47 FIELDMONDAY
Score 44
Apopka M Eutt
Florida High 47. Cress City 45 Buck. 2-3-7: HWIoway. 0-1-lj Stridlaad Cage 7
t Group
II 0-0-0; Tell. 0-M
CLASS C. GROUP ; Thrasher. 0-22.
Daytona Beach Seabreeze 41, Florida
Hodge. 0-1-1. Totals25.11.61.. a
Hawthorne 35 Dunnelton' 29Soap
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Lake Weir Wenrenberg. 1 2-4 i Military 31 xs
242-63! !! I
osi, 1-0-2: Wynn. 3-2-8; Goolsby. }2-1: % Mar. 2nd 5-7
LaSota. 5-0-10 New Smyrna Beach 47. Eau 39 p.m.
; Brooks. 0-0; Kirkland r
Box i }}f.- Smite 0-0-0. Totals 14-9-41. Croup f Come and Meet
.' : SALE IBRUG. N. C. (AP) Tampa Jesuit 64 Turkey Creek 34 .e 4
SANTA FE Plant City 11, Tampa Brewster 34 SENATOR S OTTKELLY
Paulson. 12-4; Clemens
Information on the 1964 ; Mt-11: Riviera 4-3-15: Johnson 5- : +..:,:y Edwards Military Institute has Group II 44
Port Richly
Tarpon Springs 56. New
0-10 Buck. 5-0-10; Strickland. }I' 7; put in a claim for a basketball Group 11
Gainesville Soap Box Derby will 0-22: Hodge. 0-22; Bruner 1-0-2. To-
tale 30-16-76. scoring record.Its St. Pete Bishop Barry 13. Palmetto 70
be made public later this week NORTH MARION Stone 3-5-9; Bo- Bradenton Southeast 79 Wlmauma 54 :
the Junior Chamber of Com 6 linger; Edwards}L1; 1-2-4.Davis Totals 4-8-20;1/Pruitt.-li-/6. 1+ REBELS WRAP UP ANOTHER WIN team defeated Miller Mott North Fort Myers Group 74. Venice 47 Candidate for Governor
Punta Gorda 13 Naples 71
merce, sponsor of the event Score by quarters: Richard Clemons gets rebound in battle with NorthMarion Business College of Wilmington Crow* 11
Santa Fee 16 13 24 23-74 (,.. Ath'.J-JlCk) Witlumr. Temp. Atackua C*. Camp. Treat.OS .
said yesterday. North Marion 11 10 1 11-44 cagers. ,242-63 Friday night. Kathleen Barlow 62 31., Dade Auburndale City U 36




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Mrs. L. G. Appell, reading to a young patient on the Pediatric Floor. Pink !
Ladies help in playroom and play yard and assist as requested.

One of the duties of Candy Stripers Karen Ellis and Patsy Bragg is to '
F help patients to and from Chapel Services. Susan Hardee arranges flowerson I
the altar. Candy stripers are from 15 to 18 years old and are especially ii2 jr I' I a 1 e I
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I marked its third birthday, February 28. Pediatric Out-Patient* Clinic and through the Es- ,

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volunteer group on February 28, 1061, is an and therapy."As 1 6
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the Medical Guild. Purpose of the organization Enneking, Auxiliary President, "it is expectedthat i '
is to serve the Hospital and its patients. At even more areas of service will be developed.
the present time it has a membership of 214. In Anyone who wishes to join in this important 1ItL
addition to these members are the corps of approximately community service need only volunteer. #
60 Junior Auxiliary members, the Minimum service for a Pink Lady is 48 hours 6
Candy Stripers. a year. Many are able to give more hours than
Volunteers serve in almost all areas of the those required. The Candy Stripers alone con ? '- ':: ....,,, 'y,
hospital. They assist in the Blood Bank, Out Pa- tributed approximately 3400 hours during last '
tient Clinic, Surgical Service Area and with the summer.
Crippled Children's Commission Clinic. They Interviews of prospective members are held
serve coffee on the Ambulant Wing, provide for each Monday morning at the Auxiliary Service
personal needs of patients with the Hospitality Desk in the main lobby from 9:30 A.M. to 11:30

Cart and Bookmobile. Tours of the hospital are A.M. Information can be obtained by calling Mrs.L. xH a:. 71'A y .
conducted by a special group. They help with E. Grinter or :Mrs. J. F. Twigg.

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2B Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964


Calendar Of Events I Necklines Go 'Tom Jones'Feminine 1
Fashion' Theme
I: Rings of Is/ interpretation of the i I home. .:" = .

;SUNDAY: March 1 Newberry Road.Gainesville I I Tom Jones look is a sexy neckline -]I Calico : and
I edged
t *-. Business and Professional Wo- Bridge Club, 7:30 ruffles and puffy sleeves. I
I I j .men's Club, Tea honoring newt p.m., Recreation Center. for Benefit Fashion Shows March 70. American designers are working .I I with lace are popular. The
'members, 3:30 to 5 p.m., Mrs. Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae.' it into the casual long dress'dresses are. high waisted. hoI

I Myrtle Cherry, 1818 NW 12th Club, 7:45 p.m., Mrs. Herman I' for patio parties, country or at.I jsomy.
Street. Schnell, 2241 NE 3rd Place. The circus is coming to town Mrs. Herbert Schweyer, Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Fred Guy, Mrs. Jack Bohannon, --

Informal Reception for UF In- Student Psychology Wives, 8 in the World of Fashion. Don Terhune. I Mrs. Robert Stripling, Mrs. J.I Mrs. David Stryker, Mrs. James
ternational Students, their p.m., Mrs. Tina Cohen, 214 SW Fun and flair will mark the E. Hipp, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Brodgon. ...
Programs: Mrs. Edwin Walk-
1 wives and husbands, 4 to 6 p.m., 40th Street.TUESDAY. benefit spring style shows this ;
.Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, March 3 year when the City Panhellenic up and Mrs. Flake Parker. NOTICE TO MARINERS . ... . . All

i President's Residence, 2151, Alachua County Diabetes Association and the Gainesville Door prizes: Mrs. Bowles and PlansMr. THE NAUTICAL CHARTS. TIDE 'TABLES COAST M
1 West University Avenue. Lay Society, 7:30: p.m., FrankM. Woman's Club present "Three Mrs. Mandell Glicksberg. List Wedding PILOTS. CURRENT TABLES AND' OTHER PUBLICATIONS ;
; Tea honoring Dr. Cor n elius Hall Health Auditorium, Dr. Rings of Fashion." 1 OF THE COAST Cr GEODETIC SURVEY.:
Kruse, 4 p.m., Friends meeting John Crago, guest speaker. Mrs. C. Lee Eggert and Miss : Mrs. AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES.-THIS INCLUQU THE'
house, 1921 NW Second Avenue. Kanapaha Home Demonstration Barbara Keller, general chairman and Mrs. John P. Feaster. and Mrs. Clinton Hollan- ura Shepherd will be brides NEW "SMALL CRAFT SERIES". VARIOUSLY

Talk by Dr. Kruse at 4:30: pan. Club, 9:30: a.m., Mrs. Edwin announce these facts Publicity: Mrs. Lamar Rob der announce the wedding plansof I maid. PRICED.

MONDAY, March 2 Ant h ony, 3441 SW Archer about the pre Easter fashion erts, Mrs. Marcus Conant, and their daughter, Miss Jo Anne The bridegroom's attendantswill I NOTICE TO HUNTERS. FISHERMEN. LOGGERS.
,, Women of the Moose, 8 p.m., Road. I events: Mrs. Rae 0. Weimer. Hollander, to J. Richard Cog- be Bill Morrison, Dennis 1 SUVEYORS LAKE DWELLERS, REALTORS AND
Moose Lodge.Gainesville. Tuesday Evening Supper Club I Date: Thursday, March 12 Stores: Mrs. Hugh Rhea, Mrs.T. gins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coggins, Brian Hollander and I HIKERS . . . : . ..;:; ...:ETC.. : \
Worn en's Club, of Gainesville, 6 p.m., 1402 West Shows: 12:30 p.m. Luncheon A. Hagler, Mrs. Nathan Gam- Coggins.The Warren Jones. ALL THE TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS OF THE GEOLOGIC-
Art Class, 9:30: a.m., clubhouse. University Avenue.Merrysteppers 8 p.m. Dessert ma and Mrs. A. B. Howe. ceremony will be an Flower girl will be Miss Jan\ SURVEY PERTAINING TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Mothers Auxiliary of the Boys Covered dish Place Gainesville Wom- CARRIED IN STOCK AT ALL-TIMES., THIRTY FIVE
: Hair Styles: Mrs. G. A. Har- event of March 7 at 8 p.m. in the Beauchamp and Larry Harris
Club, 8 p.m., Boys Club Library. supper, 6:30: p.m., City Recrea- an's Club din and Mrs. Frank Mature. Carol Estates Baptist Church CENTS EACH.
I Club tion Center. will be ring bearer. I
Gainesville Woman's
Benefit: Scholarship Fundof
Decorations: Mrs. Frank Maloney with Rev. Frank Pearl officiat
General Meeting, 8 p.m., Club University of Florida Archi- Pan h e llenic Clubhouse and Mrs. J. M. CrevasseJr. Friends and relatives of the k 1

i' house, Senator L. K. EdwardsJr. tecture and Fine Arts Dames, 8 ; Fund of Woman's Club ., Mrs. Fred T. Laughon Jr., ing.Miss Karen Hollander will be couple are invited to attend the

., guest speaker. p.m. University Women's Club, Tickets: Luncheon, $2.25 Mrs Graham Haile, Mrs. Earl the maid of honor, and Miss La wedding. _
I University City Bridge Club, James Masson, guest speaker. Dessert, $1.25Ringmaster Deck, Mrs. Sam Goethe. Mrs. I
J 7:30 p.m., Faculty Club, West WEDNESDAY, March 4 and commentatorwill Eggert, and Mrs. Tom Brill.

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30: be Mrs. Robert Head. Food: Mrs. J. C. Adkins Jr.
r( p.m., Holiday Inn. Fashions from the
and Mrs. Wilse B. Webb, cochairmen
Even her University of Florida Hospital city stores will be modeled: ; Mrs. V. K. McPherson -

Auxiliary Anniversary, Coffee -Belk-Lindsey, Blanch's, Cher- Mrs. Stanley S. Ballard, AIj/j]) DESTINATION ( '
Hairdresserisn't; and Business Meeting, 9:30: I ry's, Ruddy's,. Personality, L. ,Mrs. J. M. Webber, Mrs. Maro 1V .
1 to 11 a.m., Hospital private and L., Right Angle, Silver- ;: Forsman, Mrs. Marvin Ko- / r "
dining foom.Gainesville. man's, Wilson's twig, Round- komoor, Mrs. Ted C r o m, Mrs. ?; EVERYWHERE
sure. Fine Arts Associ- tree Ltd., Don i gan's, Frank- John Felt h am, Mrs. Robert
ation, 8 p.m., Recreation Cen- lin's, Geiger's and Jill's Knit

ter.O.E.S. Shop. I Calling all Homemakersby
Auxiliary Covered Tickets may be purchasedfrom Bob Oakley

Dish Luncheon 12:30: p.m., members of the two organ OUR S RULES The Norfolk Jacket
meeting 3 p.m., Mrs. Charles E. izations or from the ticket com- r -
Nelson 1013 SW 2nd Avenue. mittee members listed below. CUSTOMERS HAPPY L in a contemporary cut,
Medical Dames, Mad Hatter Reservations must be made
Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. Myron by Tuesday, March 10. r-r J 1. Our sales ,, _J belted at the hipbone l Ft .
Wheat, 620 NW 32nd Street. Committees Named men are experienced and fitted easily over V

University City Bridge Club, Mrs. Robert Bowles, president and decorators I slender Skirt. New
7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW lof I Panhellenic, and Mrs. J. Ed will gladly give a
/ 15th Terrace. I Price, president of the Gaines- ((4 fIJ 4 you this service chalk\ .stripe cord blended .

But you can be if you Gainesville Worn an's Club, I ville Woman's Club, have announced t .. without cost or ,. .. and! "4 r
come see our wonderful American Home Division, 10 I the following committees > obligation. of Arnel! tr)
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Dam Trolls (better knownas Sewing Contest, Club- Tickets: Mrs. Lawrence Bras- of "high 19.98 4
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homely, 'loveable, unique University Woman's Club, Mrs. Howard Weems Jr. Bob Oakley want our cus- ,
tomers to feel they browse
good luck mascots will Choral Group, 10 a.m., Club- Models and Ensembles: Mrs. through our store without may being I \ h
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j f r.[:;: IE _._:_____ I I'Z' i MoonThrasherMr. I McGehee-Mitchel I II

and Mrs. Richard I. Jones port Miss. NEWBERRY Mr. and Mrs. ed at the Atlanta Gas Light
E I __ announce the engagement and Mr. Thrasher was graduatedfrom Pelham McGehee of Newberry Company in Macon Ga.

.-; approaching marriage of their Gainesville High School announce the engagement of the Mr. Mitchell was graduated
daughter, Miss Glen da Jane and Central Florida Junior College -former's daughter, Miss Mary from the University of Florida.,
Moon to Barton Eugene Thrasher Ocala. He is presently a Elaine McGehee to Henry Clay where he was a member of Sigma
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. student at the University of Mitchell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nu fraternity. He is now a
E. Thrasher. Florida. Henry Clay Mitchell of Pensa- student at the Walter F. George
Miss Moon was graduatedfrom The wedding will be solem- cola.The School of Law in Macon, wherehe
Gainesville .High School nized May 9 at the First Baptist bride elect was graduated is a member of Phi Delta _
and Gulf Park College Gulf- Church.QuinceyJohnson. from Newberry High Phi, legal fraternity.The .
School and attended Berry College wedding is planned for
i Rome, Ga. She is employ' March 15 in Macon.

Miss Glenda Jane Moon Miss Zo Ann Quincey Miss Elaine Miss
Mary McGehee Naomi Cbeely
TRENTONMr.. and Mrs. Miss Quincey a senior at I CheelyPaulWILLISTON

Clyde Quincey of Trenton an- Bronson High School will graduate -,

: nounce the engagement of their in May. Mr. and Mrs.J. Friends and relatives of the

l daughter Miss Zo Ann Quincey Mr. Johnson is stationed with H. Cheeley of Williston announce couple are invited to attend.
to Airman Third Class Wilton E. the U.S. Air Force at Mountain the engagement and approaching Miss Cheely was graduated

.. Johnson Jr., son of the Rev. Home Air Force Base Idaho. marriage of their from Williston High School and p'
Wilton E. Johnson and Mrs. Wedding plans will be an- daughter Miss Jewell Naomi the University of Florida. She is 11k
Johnson of Citra. nounced.LesawyerGinn. Cheely of Melbourne to Charles a mathematics teacher at Mel.
L Thomas Paul son of Mrs. Hel- bourne High School. _

I en J. Clover of Palm Bay. Mr. Paul was graduated from
i : The wedding will be solemnized McKinley High School Washington -
April 19 at 4 p.m. in the D.C., and is a senor engineer
STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Hol- her BS in
degree nursing this
First Methodist hurch of Willis- at Radiation Inc., Palm
lie i V. Knight Sr. announce the April.
ton. Bay.
ItJ engagement of their daughter Mr. Ginn was graduated fromP.
Miss Judith Claire Lesawyer to K. Yonge Laboratory School
David Franklin Ginn son of Mr. and attended the University of HardeeBeatyMr.

and Mrs. A. T. Ginn Jr. of Florida. He is a member of Pi
Gainesville.Miss and Mrs. J. E. Hardee Mr. Be a t y was graduatedfrom
Kappa Phi fraternity.The announce the engagement and Santa Fe High School and
Lesawyer was graduatedfrom
Bradford High School. She wedding will take place approaching marriage of their attended Central Florida Jun -
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1 Miss Judith Claire Lesawyer Miss Lelia Jenel Smoak is a senior at the University of May 9 in the First Methodist daughter Miss Elaine Hardee, ior College Ocala. He is employed -Miss: Elaine---Hardee Miss Lula Bertha Crosby

I I Florida where she will receive Church of Starke. to Thomas C. Beaty grandsonof by the Animal Nutrition Lab-
Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Kirby. oratory at the University of

F Bridal Luncheon I SmoakStewartCORDOVA I Santa Miss Fe Hardee High, School a graduate is em-of Florida. Pre-nuptial Parties

ployed by the University of Flor- Plans are being made for an
S. C. Mr. and ated from Edisto High School, ida. .April 4 wedding.
Mrs. Roger George Smoak an- Cordova, S.C., and Central Hair-

Al i Fetes Karen Owens nounce the marriage engagement of and their approaching -styling College Gainesville. She Crosbv-I< Honor Anne PurvisMrs.

is eves
Miss Leila Je el employed by Southern Bell
daughter n I I James F. Hughes and of the bride
parents elect and
Continuing the bridal courtes.' ing for Miss Thrnc nf>xt week Smoak, to John L. Stewart, son Telephone Company.The .
'graduated Gainesville her
ORLANDO Mr. and Mrs. from daughter Miss Jane Hughes Mr. and Mn. B. N. NimnichtSr.
ies for Miss Karen Owens,I will be Mrs. oIUU uUJt: dUU "' _. of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Stew- bridegroom elect a Jesse Newell Crosby of Orlando High School, where she was entertained yesterday after of Jackscnville, parents of
I whose marriage to Robert R. Norwood Hope who will give art of Roseburg Oregon. graduate of R 0 s eburg High announce the engagement and president of the National Honor noon with a pre-nupital lunch- the bridegroomelect.Parties .
Rowe will be _
an event of luncheon The bride elect I
a Wednesday at the was gradu-
coming marriage of their Society and the Spanish Club. eon to honor Miss Anne Purvis, Listed
March 27, a luncheon given Gainesville School Roseburg Oregon will
was dou and Country daughter Miss Lu I a Bertha She is a graduate of the Uni- bride-to-be of Billie Nugent Continuing the pre wed-
',' yesterday Robert L. Johnson afternoon who by entertained Mrs. Club. Reitzes Plan I be graduated from the University -I Crosby to Roger Gene Keyes, versity of Florida. .' Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville.The ding parties feting Miss Purvis,

at the Gainesville Golf- Thursday, a coffee will be given I I of Florida in April. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Carven The bridegroom elect was party took place at the I three have been scheduled next
and Country Club. in honor of the bride-to-be by InternationalStudent member of Lambda Chi Alpha Keyes of Arcadia. graduated from Portsmou Gainesville Golf and Country week.

Mrs. Johnson was assisted in Mrs. Ralph Cellon, Mrs. Tom :fraternity.The The wedding is to take place High School Portsmouth, Ohio, Club. I Wednesday Mrs. W. B.
Party April 18 in the University Meth- where he was vice president of 1 Stotesbury will entertain witha
the hospitalities by her daughter -Martin, and Mrs. Ralps=sCelI- Pink and white colors are
wedding will take place odist Church of Gainesville.The the Library Staff and a mem- coffee.
Mrs. Martien Carroll of St. on Jr. They will entertain from emphasized in the luncheon ap-
t Climaxing International Weekon April 18 at the Ebenezer Baptist bride elect formerr er of the Revelers' Drama Club.
Petersburg.An ,10:30: am. until noon at the a pointments. I Saturday afternoon Mrs. A.
arrangement of pink and Ralph Cellon home at Hague. the University of Florida Church of Cordova. e s ide nt of Gainesville wasBrides' He attended Southern Methodist A gift of silver and white i K. Brill, Mrs. Thomas M. Brill
campus President J. Wayne University, Dallas, Texas, and is |and her daughter, Miss
white camellias in a ceramic I Saturday a luncheon to fete corsage was presented to the, Judy
I Reitz and Mrs. Reitz will entertain now a student at the Universityof Brill will entertain with luncheon
cherub was used on the consolein the bride-elect is planned by honoree by the hostesses, who a -
the club foyer. Mrs. Roy D. Cellon, Mrs. W. I with an informal reception Book Florida where he will receive also presented pink and white II' at the Gainesville Golf

f Colors of pink and white were E. Cellon Mrs. Lindley Cellon this afternoon. a degree in mechanical engineering corsages to her mother Mrs..1 and Country Club.
and Hours of the reception, which I in April. He is secre- Saturday evening, Mr. and
emphasized in the party ap-; Mrs. Henry Raattama. TODAY, March 1 SATURDAY, March 7 Roy Purvis and to Mr. Nim-
will be held at the President'sResidence

tary of the American Society of Mrs. A. Frank Green will
This ert-
pointments. Camellias and I II pre-nuptial party is to Post-nuptial reception honoring Luncheon complimenting nicht's grandmother, Mrs. P.
take place at the Roy Cellon 2151 West University Mechanical E n g i neers and is H. Browne of Jacksonville. I|I tertain with a dinner party at
butterflies were arrangedin their daughter Mrs. Allen Miss Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee .
I Avenue are from 4 to 6
i serving as chairman of the En- the Gainesville Golf and Country
an antique cut glass vase home in LaCrosse. Douglas Holt Jr., and Mr. Holt, of Robert William Decker, 12:30: Places were marked for the'

as the centerpiece for the lunch- p.m.All international s t udents, 4 I to 6 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Samof .p.m., Mrs. Robert S. Mullen, gineering the Society.Fair Committee for honoree, Mrs. Purvis Mrs. _Club. -

eon table. UF Mothers their wives and husbands are the Holiday Inn. Holiday Inn.Luncheon. Browne Miss Margaret Nim _
Places were marked for the invited to this traditional par- uel Ray Graves Green Room feting Miss Karen Necklaces nicht sister of the bridegroomelect .
bride-to-be her mother Mrs. Club to Meet ty given by Dr. and Mrs. Reitz WEDNESDAY, March 4 I Owens bride-elect of Robert R. Shy ; Miss Susan Slade Miss
Karl Owens; Mr. Rowe's mother each academic year. Luncheon honoring Miss Karen -;Rowe, 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy D. Cel From PlungeSince Karen Caldwell, Miss Joy ce,
Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr.; Mrs. University Mothers Club will Owens, bride elect of Rob- lon, Mrs. W. E. Cellon Mrs. Baxter, Miss Connie Cummins,
W. H. Edwards Jr., Mrs. L. K.: be entertained Thursday at 10 Dames To Hear ert R. Rowe 1 p.m., Mrs. J. F. I Lindley Cellon and Mrs. Henry I contour is everything in I Miss Joyce Naeinovich all of /
Midgette Mrs. Denver Baugh- a.m. by Mrs. J. Wayne Reitzat Hope and Mrs. Norwood Hope Raattama hostesses at the Roy the sudden rage for the plung-. Jacksonville; Miss Linda Cham-
an, Mrs. Tom Martin Mrs. Jim the President's Residence James MassonJames Gainesville Golf and Country D. Cellon home in LaCrosse. I ing neckline Paris fashion designers -, berlin Miss Jo Nez Love and
Hope Mrs. Karl Owens Jr., 2151 West University Avenue. Club.Miscellaneous Luncheon honoring Miss Anne are carefully placing Mrs. Marcus Milam Jr.
and Miss Sandra Edwards. Assisting Mrs. Reitz in the Masson president of shower feting Purvis bride elect of Billie Nu jewelry in order not to detract.At Buffet Supper Given -
The hostess presented the hon courtesies will be her mother the World Travel Service will Miss Lucienne Pirenian bride- gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville the house of Venet for example In compliment to Miss Pur NEW MOEN
oree with a gift of silver anda Mrs. S. H. Millikan memberof be guest speaker for the UF to-be; of Robert William Decker I Mrs. A. K. Brill Mrs. Thomas the sparkle is at the vis and Mr. Nimnicht a buffet
corsage of white camelliasand the club. Architecture and Fine Arts 8 p.m., Mrs. Kenneth Brown- M. Brill and Miss Judy nape of the neck. A crescent supper was given last night by OIALCET FORKITCHENS
Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Rowe An invitation is extended to Dames Tuesday. I field 1914 SW 14th Terrace. Brill, Gainesville Golf and Coun- shaped pendant studded with Mr. and Mrs. Ben 0. Franklinand
with corsages of pink camellia -mothers of all faculty members The meeting is set for 8 Coffee honoring Miss Anne try Club. rhinestones and topped with a Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon -One- handle does _
of the university who are p.m. at the University Wom Purvis bride elect of Billie Nu Dinner complimenting Miss pearl dribbled down one mod- Cherry who entertained at the work of two
Parties Continue permanent residents or winter en's Clubhouse West Newberry -gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville I Anne Purvis and her fiance el's back during the spring Franklin home.Camellias -

Among the hostesses entertain visitors to attend the meeting. Road. Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury 1021 Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of shows.A azaleas and Oriental -I H. J. BOX I IL
NE Third. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. necessary adjunct to this magnolias were used to cen-. PLUMBING COMPANY I
THURSDAY, March 5 Frank Green, Gainesville Golf new jewelry penchant is an up- ter the small supper tables. I 410 N.W. 19th Lone

I Gaddum-Garrett Held Coffee complimenting Miss and Country Club. swept hair do-or who could see Included among the 25 guests (__ FR 6-2238
Nuptials Karen Owens fiancee of RobertR. Wedding of Miss Jo Anne Hollander it? were Mr. and Mrs. Purvis|I

Rowe 10:30 a.m. until noon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Cellon Mrs. Tom Mrs. Clinton Hollander and J. \

FREDERICK, MD. Mr. Martin and Mrs. Ralph CellonJr. Richard Coggins son of Mr. t When only the Best will do \
and Mrs. Stephen Elliot Gad-' ., hostesses at the Ralph Cel- and Mrs. Floyd Coggins, 8 p.m. \
dum married 15 \
were February lon home at Hague.Miss. Carol Estates Baptist Church.ed .

at Church Charles,the the double Evangelical F.Fred Trunk ring erick Jr.ceremony.Lutheran Md.performed Rev. Pirenian/ I 81 iwwwwf I

Traditional' wedding selections 00
were played by William ,
Sprigg organist.The Luncheon HonoreeAs j
bride, formerly Miss Keith \
Elizabeth Ann Garrett, is the a pre-nuptial courtesy for by camellia corsages. S $r t
1/4 carat diamond 50
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ring
Miss Lucienne Pirenian bride- The hostesses presented a silver -
James Garrett of Frederick. The elect of Robert William Decker tray and a corsage of white \ \
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. a luncheon was given yes- carnations to the bride to-be help you long after dit

Jerry Gaddum of Gainesvilleand terday by Mrs. Harvey Hord and a corsage of pink carnations you've boughtan !L !
the late Dr. Gaddum. and Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer, to her mother Mrs. A. insurance
Escorted to the altar by ,her policy
who entertained at the Hotel M. Pirenian.
father the bride wore a floor- Thomas. Assisting in the hospitalitieswere When your car or home is damagedor t /2 carat diamond ring $250 \
length gown of satin brocade '. .. The wedding of Miss Pirenian Miss Carol Meyer and destroyed, we will make sure \ \
fashioned with chapel train. Her 5' and Mr. Decker has been set Mrs. William Gillis of Williston, yoU We,get paid promptly and fairly.
fingertip length veil was attached for April 18 in the First Presbyterian daughters of the hostesses.On independent insurance !
to a small crown of imported .f t Church. Wednesday evening Mrs. .
\; $
pearlized orange blos r- White gladioli dogwood and Kenneth Brownfield will entertain $450
soms. Her bouquet was of white camellias combined with white with a miscellaneous shower I S V4 carat diamond ring

camellias. 'L wedding bells formed the cen- complimenting the bride- HAYTHORNEINSURANCE \
Attendants Wear Red elect at her 1914 SW 14th \
terpiece for the luncheon table. home AGENCY \
Miss Sally Garrett sister of I ,. I, N' Places for 12 guests were mark- Terrace. \ \
the bride was maid of honor. .- .. Saturday a luncheon will be \
She wore a floor length gownof .-/. d- given in honor of Miss Pirenianby 107 N. Moin
strawberry red satin with a .. '", .n\' : .. .,",},' Birthday Mrs. Robert S. Mullen, who PhoneFR 1 full carat diamond ring $750 !
brocade cummerbund and made ... l A.: ; 1 :1 will entertain at the 2-1433 S
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with a detachable train trimmed W' ". : S .
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with b roc a de. Her headpiece it ." ,. '.\ By AuxiliaryTo \
was of matching bro- ....., ,._;k ,::I..., _". ': ."..,...',,;,;.,$':', Famous Artcarved Diamonds \
cade with tiny veil. She carried Mrs. Stephen E lliott Gadduma celebrate the third anniversary !-i 10-DAY TOUCH-TYPING S None More Brilliant. None More jS
a bouquet of red and white car- of the University of j
nations. turquoise suit with matching Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott Stan- Florida Hospital Auxiliary a 1, COURSE S Beautiful. And A Style and A
Bridesmaids were Miss Martha accessories and a camellia cor cil of Fulton Mo., and his aunt, coffee has been planned for
__ Price For
Humberson of Frederick Mrs. Frank B. Lane Bethesda Wednesday morning.The REG. _________ Every Budget.

Md.; Miss Pat Aubrey, Balti sage.Newlyweds Visit Mother Md., served as hosts. birthday party will take $13.95 5Q95 S S
more. Md., and Mrs. Peter The newlyweds have been at The bridegroom's aunts Miss place in the private dining \
Hidlebrand Cherry Point N.C. the Gaddum home in Gainesville Elizabeth Gaddum of New York room on the main floor of the ONLY. YO \ rg ne4tdII d t
All wore gowns and head- for the past week. At the expressed -I City, and Mrs. Richard H. Gaylord University Hospital. .'tOJ(41i.i..e.1ri
pieces styled identically to that wish of both of the and Dr. Gaylord, Arlington Hours are from 9:30 until 11 When you purchase the \ cb(j)<<4r d:tudt '_ \
of the honor attendant and carried bridegroom's parents the wed- 'I Va., attended the rehearsal "Classic 12" by Smith Corona. \ I cFC :
bouquets of sprayed carna- ding proceeded as planned despite -I dinner and wedding. a.m.A short business meeting has a king size 12-inch carriage portable for school \ V-Xf '
tions. the fatal illness of Dr. Gad Following the wedding they I been scheduled at 10:15 a.m., home or business. With all the best standard type- C .
Clayton Kallman of Gaines- dum.A came to Gainesville to visit their when officers for the com i n g writer features. COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION I : I-
ville served as best man. Ush- rehearsal dinner arrangedand mother Mrs. Leonard: Gaddum year will be elected. No obligation. I1) oItlL.dJ41r6

ers were Thomas Browning Mt. given by the bridegroom's Other former Gainesville residents Mrs. W. F. Enneking president t
Airy Md.; Gerald Fuller of mother took place at the Fran- attending the nuptials of the auxiliary, has issued HANCOCK \ )
Cherry Point N. C., and Rich- cis Scott Key Hotel in Frederick -I were Mr. and Mrs. William Bau- an open invitation to all .
ard Clingan of Taneytown.For Friday February 14. The man, Arlington Va., and Miss members to attend this third TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUEI J

traveling, the bride chose bridegroom's grandparents, Catherine Jerry, Seabrook, Md. anniversary event 431 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-5551 ,

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SHAMPOO l.fake extra waffles and freez- TiiIiiGet
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$150 serve the waffles, just pop SlatedJudging /'
PERMANENT the sections into the toaster.

'L ; $550 Stuffing eggs? Add mayon- of the annual Florida Claude M. Franks, Mrs. Ken- ti

CU fr*',........nt. naise, mustard and vinegar to Clubwoman's Sewing Contest neth M. Gibbs, Mrs. Angus T. .., .
SUE HUDSON'S the mashed yolk mixture. Use Jr will take place at 10 a.m. Tues- Ginn, Mrs. Sam P. Goethe, Mrs.J. "' ..
dry or prepared mustard and E
: day during the March meetingof N. Greene, Mrs. J. Graham
Beauty Shop cider or tarragon vinegar; or the American Home Divisionof Halle, Mrs. Robert E. Klein.
AJochua Ph. 462-1784 substitute lemon juice for the the Gainesville Woman's
vinegar. r Club. Also Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor

I To date, the following mem- Mrs. Louis Kuitert, Mrs. Frank .
C"J.7 bers have entered ensembles in Lewis, Mrs. William N. Long, the bug in Europe.
FREE FISH FRYCITIZEN'S ,. the contest: Mrs. 0. 'Page McArthur Mrs. PkV *p your VolVswogvn*M Europ*end xr bvdU 6*'Up Oft eeA,
9 Mrs. Marvis Roberts, Mrs. Theodore Mehaffey, Mrs. H. L. and Europcon hotel 'xptnscs.Yovr local VW dialer band!*...iyfc>mypvrctaM.
1 .tivtry.insuranc.ficentmg, Just,.111-wfc.r.yet
John E. Wood, Mrs. D. A. Da- Monk, Mrs. Clyde F. Mooney, want it delivered:Franc,holy Great 0rita ii.Ireland.Germany.Belgium. .-}. I
FIELDMONDAY Ys vies, Mrs. Pierre Bejano, Mrs.J. Mrs. Purdon Murphy Mrs. W. Switzerland or The Netherlands.
r B. Carmichael, Mrs. PaulH. B. Parrish Jr., Mrs. Ernest C. -
L Jordan Jr., Mrs. D. C. Os- Rhodes Mrs. Marvin B.; Roberts [r MILLIR-IROWN MOTORS ill\.
" i I Mar. 2nd 5-7 !.kT trander and Mrs. Fred T. Mrs. A. A. Sappington, i 1030 E. Urmmrtr Avt- '* 2-3512 W ,
, p.m. ,' ? t Laughon Jr.Deadline Mrs. Jack Simmons, Mrs. Wil- I! fleaie send me yovr free iHwilroted brocnwre and prJc.1bt. 0L
Come and Meet
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7 *: SENATOR SCOTT ': : *4 for entries is Tues- Walkup Mrs. J. ,
, I day at 8 p.m. A rehearsal will Mrs. Joe C. Wilcox, Mrs. Ernest I AddreuCty -
J bJ+: ; be held the clubhouse Wright and Mrs. Waldemar I -ZOfte-Sto' -
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(N. AJv.)-Jack William. TeMp. Alae..... C.. Camp. Traai. t f"i{, entered. i

( I. Also on the program will be a: 11th aq2iietOne
r: group of International guests!
: from the University of Florida.
( They will model native dress
:: I display native handwork, and: Group BLOUSES
Special 2,
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perform a native dance. Anniversarysolids
""....{..t;: Mrs. Clark W. Pennington also -I prints, roll sleeves, long sleeves, many Week 199i
I. Mrs. Anthony D. Jarzyna will model an outfit made i styles bright shades. Only. .
from a Japanese kimono.
i. OGILVIE I Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D.I corsage. The bridegroom's mo- Mrs. Mitchell Baumstein will
.. .iI Jarzyna, whose marriage took ther wore a beige lace dress do the commentary for the program -
I : Home Permanent place February 8 in St. Peter I I with brown accessories and a LIBBYE'SNEXT
i and Paul Catholic Church, MiamI -I I yellow rose corsage.A Members assisting with the:
are now at home In Miami.I wedding dinner followed the meeting are: Mrs. Harris H. I,
t : with Free Trial Size of Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,ceremony at Lauderdale Lakes Green, Mrs. Jack W. Williams,I TO FLORIDA THEATRE
I Donald H. Wilson of Gainesville Country Club, Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Robert L. Kemp, Mrs. A.
:J: New Conditioning Shampoo the bride is the former' for members of the immediate L. Brasington, Mrs. Richard E.I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE Free Parking In First Federal Lot
Miss Donna Sue Wilson. The I families. Cox, Mrs. Harold Coppins, Mrs.
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a $325 value $250 1
and Mrs. Anthony A. Jarzyna of

Miami. March 2 to 7

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want.New Conditioning Shampoo with Protein (regular Attending the bride was Miss 20 % OFF
6 oz. size is $1.50)) gins hair body reduces Louise Jarzyna, sister of the :
, ;. brittleness, helps protect it from split ends and bridegroom, matron of honor.
She wore a beige lace dress
breakage. Take advantage of this special offer novr.
t with pink accessories and pink

if) :: : rose best Richard man.corsage.Pacetti served as r 3 'V : a special group

The bride's mother chose a i
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Ladies choose :Z-7'' Dorothy Gray wedding. She wore bone i
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for 59 each for the first
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'"' t t I'Mrs. Chester F. Home, Mrs.. Gordon F. Home, Mrs. GordonB. ,
.F Gordon E. Killinger, I.ifa. Killinser: Mrs. John G. F. u
Edwards To Speak John G. F. Knight, ?'r. T C. Knight, Mrs. L. C. Pittman,
Pittman, Mrs. Ernest C. Rhodes, Mrs. Ernest C. Rhodes, Mrs.I
Mrs. Thomas O. Smith Jr., Airs. Thomas O. Smith Jr., Mrs. SamK. !
Sam K. Stallings, Mrs. ThomasA. S t a 1 lings, Mrs. Thomas A.! ar.ile
Woman's Club Steele, Mrs. Mamie Van Steele, Mrs. Mamie Van Horn,I! r Mrs.beestr.eeret.1 A.t.....'DreieJ Dvt;
for Horn, Mrs. J. M. eber and Mrs.\Mrs. J. M. Weber and M r s.
James S. Wershow. James S. Wershow. I
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senator The speaker is a graduate of 1964-65 club year will take place''
of I the University of Florida and a during the business session. I'I'I I I Special offer from Dorothy Gray

speaker I past president of the Universityof Mirror mirror the wall
1 of the I Florida Alumni Association.A Mrs. Harold R. Gertner .
brated Chairman of the Division of Travel -:
i : on native of Marion County, is in charge of the program I SATURAthe
I club-. Mr. Edwards makes his home in arrangements for the afternoon.!
: i Irvine, Fla., where he engagesin 1
during her to be Mrs.J. true moisture cream
ranching, farming and forestry Assisting are
I slated on activities.He P. Ahrano, Mrs. T. Carl An-
at the on 850 Size NOW$6If
and drews, Mrs. Henry J. BabersSr.
: he1Ie has represented his district -
I dur- in the ., Mrs. B. P. Beville, Mrs. Lil-
continuously Senate
He was since 1954 and presently heads I lian Bonnewitz, Mrs. O. C. BUchanan you have ever used Saturt-if you hare neier

r. accom the Senate Appropriations Com Mrs. James L. Cooper,, used Satura-take this opportunity to save on the
I arship treasurer."V of mittee. gentle-mannered cream ladies prefer. Its humec
Mrs. Hugh Edwards, Mrs. Carl i j
I t on a tant action helps prevent dryness, gives your
nies ELECTION SCHEDULE A. Fetner, Mrs. A. W. Fletcher.
skin a petal smoothness. Either of its formulas,
'4 Alpha Election of officers for the Also Mrs. H. H. Hobbs Sr.,, with hormones or with Vitamin A, will soften,

year smooth and moisturize as few other creams can.
p Discover Satura now, at these special saving!

f-j.:. needy dents. Can ChiropracticHelp Tike it from us, she and her Troll good rude mascots

: You? are the most loveable, devilish little tykes you'll ever
are This question cannot be answered simply. Chiropractors sea and they're perfect for gifts for young and
do no profess to be miracle workers Ladies choose Grav
\ incl : f able to cure anything under the sun. Chiropractic old. Beautiful, you say? To us they are and to Dorothy
l j al : offers little benefit for various hereditary -
rl I dent abnormalities sucn as defective nerve fibers,j other Trolls. Cor see If you don't think so, tool
':/..' faulty metabolism, excess cerbo-spinal i fluid,
r, count .;,(' \ or conditions of irreversible pathology. I COSMETICS DEPT. .
This There is a wide area reserved to the Medical I
Edith .., profession in which Chiroproctors do not at-I II I
: Dr. M. F. Weaver tempt to practice. They do not set broken bones -,,
1'\\ es.Local or dislocations, treat cuts and wounds, perform -
surgery, practice obstetrics, or prescribe or administer drugs. i6e
!I. Knight ; However. Chiropractor treatment has been very effective in most
:j' Millan iI common disorders such as headaches, backaches, arm and leg pains, 13GAINESVILLE
rheumatism, high blood pressure, bursitis, nervous stomach, slipped i
I dent; disk, asthma, neuritis, and many others. t
WITH MORE The Store With More
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.. __.U--.I r White House May Name 50 Women To Top Governme t Posts

[ Hither and Yon I
By ANN BAILEYWASHINGTON Unless she already settled Californians quote the case the League of Women Voters, earlier this month the council President Johnson has also

a- This is the here with her husband of the late President Kenne- the American Association of Un- -Mrs. Viola Hymes of Min- been advised -that:it will be

By RUTH WEIMER week that the White House is well-established in his career dy's U. S. Treasurer Eliza- iversity Women, the National neapolis is one of the 17 mem- easier to attract women to
in the case with As-
supposed to announce the beth Rurjel Smith, who got Federation of Business and Pro- bers-stressed that "it is more serve on commissions and
Bon greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stout as sistant Secretary of Labor
voyage go of talented women fessional Women and the Citi-
names fifty
loney in Washington to establish procedures 'boardswhich in-
the domestic away important fact-finding
Peterson -
tfiey set about last minute preparations for a three-month trip who have been recruited for top zens Advisory Council on the
here, there, and everywhere. government posts. upheaval could be over- from family and friends and Status of Women for Help in (for setting up a pool of solve only part-time participation
whelming if mama, who went back to California to qualified women), policy and else
his temporary
-* talent search. or are
Ever since President John-
Lydia and Gerry will leave this week for New Orleans. really didn't need the job to get married. criteria than to get the names
There will board the Swiss Regina Saturdayend son announced his plans for up- The President has turned full-time operations.
they freighter on support the family, went to to After meeting in Washington right now.
sail the high seas a fortnight before reaching their first grading the role women playin Washington. !--
landing port, Hull, England. The two will be among seven government, he has been get-
out" and have been to ting lots of advice-both solicited A single woman who pullsup '
passengers "shipping by freighter lucky! SHOP 10 a.m.- p.m.
and unsolicited. stakes and moves to Wash-
be assigned to the owner's cabin.
While no one is about to deny ington or abroad can find her-
From Hull, the Stouts will go on to Cologne and pick up that women are perfectlyvcapa-- self far lonelier than a man in nheard-of low I
.. a car and then travel "on their own" wherever and whenever ble of handling high level jobs, a similar position.One prices ...
the spirit moves them. They hope to find some sunny skiesIn there are those who point out ambassadorial post now in MarchFASHION
I the Mediterrean countries and wait until winter is over in that the additional demands a vacant has been turned down our

England and the Continent.The family makes on a woman lim- by two women who didn't MORE
its her to live abroad. THE STORE
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to spend more time driving the off-traveled paths than I 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
in the tourist spots and the five-star stops of London, Paris
and Rome. Before returning in mid-June, the travelers will EASETTA
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visit several friends abroad. -'a:

While they are away their house will be occupied by Dr. : the new name SAVE
Paul Hodges and his daughter of Chicago. Dr. Hodges, who I
l!j will be here for a number of weeks, will be with the Univ- f for comfortin
|f ersity of Florida College of Medicine faculty. UP
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;, Herbert, is already traveling Europe. He recently spent several .y" M STRETCHCustom L-j

; days in Oxford, England, visiting his high school friend, __
r Louie Echols III son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie S. Echols. Jr. L) .;r
; Louie, a Rhodes Scholar is in his second year at Christ Church I I \r- .
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to attend the annual American Band Masters Association 44c
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I to Laredo with members of the association. f

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t hang tags will give more descriptive -:bedsprings and mattresses. Refrigerators JmnklinsUse oUege bop"I yd. I
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Sunday, March_ ,_1964 Gainesville Sun 9B

{ George Summers, 1034 NW 4th

t If + ::: Bridge I Church CirclesTUESDAY I Street. Spring Wools I Less Bulky -

) 8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. Jack Woollies this spring will be clover, three and four leafed,
Iwo' March 3 Werner La te 121 NE 45th Toomjbs, 1335 NE 7th Terrace.
u r,
less bulky, more firmly wov lucky signs either way. w
Club GMWfXdl First Presbyterian ChurchWomen Street. Grace Presbyterian Church ..
and in colors
en new according
j: :: : Gethsemane Lutheran Church 9:30 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. Joe to Paris reports. Wisteria is
ayUOSEPflNE 9:45 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. R. L. 8 Gethsemane Lutheran N. LaCrosse Road I MORTGAGE MONEY
: / p.m. Busby, ; Circle :a fresh hue to hit the fashion 5Vi% Interest
: :Notes IT\\' Bowman and Mrs. 'Nathan Gam- Church Women, Mrs. Rathe 2, Mrs. Edward H. Lewis, I scene. Huge prints will still be I Terms T. 25 Years.BUYBUILDREFINANCE.
mon Jr., 406 NE 5th Avenue; Koch, 3927 SW 19th Street.
3509 NW 3rd Street. :
t Circle 2, Mrs. Kenneth Kidd and First Methodist Church, WSCS splashing around on silk prints oil NM.

i \ ., LOWMAwIf Mrs. B. M. Tench Sr., 1523 SW 9:30 a.m., Circle 2, Mrs. Rowland 7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Robert :I in uninhibited ways. DAN BYRD I
By JOHN E. CRAPS )j 37th Avenue; Circle 4, Mrs. Medler, Mrs. W. R. Thomas Sym, 3420 NW 4th Street I As for linens, they will be In I, 1:1 jc.w. uu si ... R.s.JIU

j i. Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and R. Charles L. Durrance and Mrs.G. Bethany Room. I
T R. Swift, 2248 NW 5th Place
1 i' : S. Addy, a visitor 'from Fort ; 10 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. Mau- Parasol ants cut and drag .
Circle 5, Mrs. Gordon N. Owen
t : L a u d e rdale,were the.North- I They Are To Be Seen and,Mrs. A. H. Davis, 3107 SW rice Boyd; 2238 NW 9th Place; leaves to their undergroundnests
Circle 3 Mrs. T. W. Herbert
J I South winners of the GainesvilleI 4th Court; Circle 6, Mrs. Walter as beds for food fungi.LIABILITY .
SW 23rd Drive; Circle 4, Mrs. .Y
,. Bridge Club's Kyle and Mrs. T. A. Elder 1830
I tournament Wed- ,
P. McNair 1476
AttractiveKnees Roy NW 21st
Keep Legs
: ncsday evening"with a score of SW 36th Place; Circle 7, Mrs. Avenue; Circle 5, Mrs. George
f 132 Donald Hart, 2717 SW 3rd Place. I
match VI
/ points. There were
r Newell, 2045 NE 9th Street; Cit ...
nine are here to stay! Do this vigorously. I 10 a.m., Circle 3, Mrs.
; tables in play and the average Percy
de 6 Mrs. R. C. Feather
score for all pairs was The threat of longer skirt Here is another effective Beard Sr., 832 NW 22nd Street. t 1642 insurance is becoming I
J 1 108- lengths didn't seem to come off. cise. Take the same exer-I 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. Walter NW 11th Road; Circle 7, Mrs. increasingly important.
: I :0. N. Harper Jr., 529 NW 22nd Awards for damages to
Anyway, since swim suits are sition. Lift your left leg halfway I Davison, Church Parlor. I r
Other North South winners soon to be a part of our every- up. Hold it there while you I 7:30 p.m. Circle 12, Mrs. Lu- I Street. persons ana property
J Included Mrs.: W. E. Baringer day lives, the shape of our legs swing you lower leg (from the cille B. Stringfellow and Miss 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. J. L. Co- show a rising trend in
\ -. and J. H. Vidal with 123, Dr. and the appearance of our knees knee down) in, first in Garland McCutchen, Church ker, 3916 SW 3rd Avenue; Circle number and amount. Are .'
R.:I. Johnson( and' the writer assumes greater importance. one direction and then in the Parlor. 9, Mrs. R. J. Hayes, Route YOU Safely Insured as ; r.

J with 117 ._and Mrs. H. L. Bre- People whom we never even opposite. Keep the upper leg as 8 p.m., Circle 9, Mrs. Virginia 4, Box 112; Circle 10, Mrs. D. B. to Public Liability? Call- i : 1 1tg
f land and Mrs. R. M. Walbeck suspected of having knees have still as possible while you do Steen, 2213 NW 7th Lane; Circle -Beasley, 415 NW 1st Street, and HAYTHORNEINSURANCE I
with'106 '. been baring them to public view this. When you are tired, lower 10, Mrs. Darrel J. Mase, Circle 11, Mrs. Herbert Yoho, AGENCY I .

Van f for some years now. As we all your leg to the floor and do the 1089 SW 11th Terrace; Circle 11, 3511 NW 39th Avenue. 107 N. Main FR 2.1433 ,",' 1i1
and Mrs.
May W. D. Macdonald
led the East-West field- can tell from where we are, few same exercise with the right Mrs. Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. I ;fz'-
I have knees. How leg. .r
J. with 125, followed by Mr. and women pretty i, I 6th Terrace.
ever, much be done to
can i
Mrs. R. N. Livingston with 121, en- Here is a third exercise for the University Lutheran ChurchWomen n
hance them. Jim Richardson.
Mrs. R. L. Bowman and R. H. knees. : r4 t; : nYr
Harms with 107%, and Mrs. B. Use a fairly soft brush with Lie on the floor on your stomach 8 p.m., University Lutheran I stands forINTEGRITY ,
M. Winn and Mrs. M. H. DePass soap and water and give them a I legs straight. Lean on Church Women, Mrs. Philip k
Dahlberg, 1103 SW 5th Avenue. I andINDEPENDENCE I .., .
with 107. special scrubbing during your your elbows. Bend your left leg Ii i .. ...
bath. Afterwards massage them I trying to spank yourself with Wesley Community Methodist
The club will hold its next Church
with a cream or body lotion. your left foot. Return leg to in
game at 7:30 tomorrow eveningat Exercise is 7:30 p.m., WSCS Executive
beautifying to the floor. Bend your right knee and
City Government
the Recreation Center. Visit- knees and legs, especially :try to spank your self with Committee, Church; 8 p.m.,
ing pairs are invited. WSCS General Meeting, Church. Vote For RICHARDSON
knees which are too fat. Try the your right foot. Continue this i I
following one. .briskly, alternating left and First Lutheran Church Ladies City Commission Group 1 :I It .' ._
Lie on back with right.If. Guild
your your
(Pd. Alv.I
Cashmere wool the soft arms resting on the floor at your you would like to have 9:30: a.m., Miriam Circle, Mrs. j

winter underfleece of a sides, legs straight. Bend your exercises to m a k e your legs I
semiwild Asian goatu left knee up close to your abdo- prettier, send a stamped, self-
never shorn. The goat's wool is men. Kick toward the ceiling. aOdressed envelope with your a--%

painstakingly plucked or comb- Lower leg to the f 1 o o r. Do the request for leaflet number 13 I

.' ed out by hand during its I I same with your right leg. Con-I to Josephine Lowman In care

spring_molt.:_ ...!tinue. ,_alternating. . u.left. ___and__! of The Gainesville Sun. 1 aI
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DEAR HELOISE: I I had cut off so that it will from year to year (that is, from I

screw into the rubber gad- one pecan season to the next). i the Jump on .

To remove those stubborn get. This way, when you wash MRS. F. R. HAEUSER M.nhattane 1 Jumper of 65% pa :
black marks from floors ( cotton P.'
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In. But the most Important partof
Here! Ladies Jubilee Patent woods are rich cherry veneers, solid mahogany and Carpathian elm burl.
this is to wait at least four
I Accents of cane, decorative brass and varied I .
hours to give the first coat timeto neostone tops antique grilles 1 ,
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fines and sweetpeas to the cords B widths I I stripe on 100% Arne! triatttafc Orsge asd Ms. mfcte-.
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L Arm Chairs each 69.50
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10B Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964

u tory of that difficult medium." 2. University of Florida students

I o: Week's Musical Features -' ... '--' .,. I 1'1SNl G Looking Ahead obtain tickets on their ID cards;
fingers The Pittsburgh Symphony, adults $2; high school studentsand

iP PoST' under its fine conductor William children $1. -

: : -By r.w REID-'POOLE on a Swiss Air and three compositions ics of both Europe and America. "Greensleeves. Steinecke paid a rare tribute: Steinberg, will appear in Uni-

H "Cad, Department of Music by the late Carlos Sal- Concerning this remarkable the group was, he said, "Bestes versity auditorium Tuesday, THE SUN MOVESMERCHANDISE

-University of Florida zedo, "Mirage," "Introspection Excellent Program group, a "Time" magazine reviewer -Amerika" the best of Ameri- I March 10, at 8:15, under the

?Sarah Traverse, soprano, and ," and "La Desirade." Saturday's program is 'one to reported the following.The sponsorship of Lyceum Council. 1

..Clementine White, harpist, two Miss Traverse, with Willard set the lover of fine choral mu- singers looked like refugees -ca.What astonished the audiencewas e Tickets for the Pittsburgh Sym- : ... .

:faculty, artists on the staff, or Brask at the piano, will offer sic rejoicing. It includes sacred from a college prom the the singers' ability to negotiate .M phony and the Gregg Smith ...

shaUJre say, distaff, of the Un- Bach's lovely song, "Bist du bei and secular works from the' girls in powder blue tunics and Schonberg's dissonancesand Singers will be available at the ...'.

'iversity of Florida Department Mir," the Handel aria "Oh, HadI Renaissance, romantic and con-' the men in white dinner jackets. steep intervals with a familiarity Y\ set Information Booth across the
t TJusic will present a concert Jubal's Lyre," and four songs temporary periods, not to men- With their chubbyfaced leader that made the composer Y street. from tbe "Hub" daily 1
,in University Auditorium, Tues by Brahms: "Standchen," "In tion some charming folk songs.: they:' seemed in direct line seem almost as accessible as ', 5 beginning Monday, March

day evening, March 3, at 8:15. Waldeseinsamkeit," "Der Gang Early composers representedare of descent from Fred Waringand the Gemutlichkeit laden Ger-

,Admissinnis free and _everyone zum Lie bchen," and "Sehn- Victoria, Monteverdi, William his Pennsylvanians. But the man romantics. Sinewy and bit-

'is. avited,tona1tend' I Uucht. Byrd, and Crequillon. Of music the Gregg Smith Singers ing, the music called for an unerring -

-,lets White's selections on the Following the intermission, special interest' from the con-, performed last week at the sense of rhythm and S ONLY.-

..harpj;.an instrument which bothJos'and : Miss Traverse will present a temporary era are Charles Ives' avant-garde Contemporary Mu- pitch, and the Gregg Smith

: sdungVbjeautiful, willlnelude'Beethoven's' French group including songs setting of Psalm 67, S c h o en- sic Festival at Darmstadt, Ger- Singers responded on cue like a I .

'' Variations by Debussy and Poulenc. The berg's "De Profundis," and a many, was as tortuously diffi- well oiled machine. Conductor : :

;atnstcs, TO* APPLICATION TO* English and American group major work of Stravinsky, "The cult as any being written. Smith had arranged his twelve .

"__ Sec.TAX, 1M.K.DEED F. 8. I will include Norman Dello" Joi's Symphony of Psalms." Lighter After listening to the visitorssoar male and 13 female singers can- sound. It was, said a delighted I 30

NOTICE HEREBY .GIVEN, that I "How Do I Love Thee? Ralph numbers beautifully balance the with uncanny ease through nily, spreading them across the
'T: 4t Syne".Ve'tEe holder 'of' the Vaughn Williams' "Orpheuswith local critic, "perhaps the first
certificates ha* filed said program including Gregg the continuing complexities of entire width of the stage in an
.Dales 'tor'" a 4 tax deed to be la- his Lute;" and the poig- Smith's own "Fable of Chicken Schonberg, Krenek and Ives arc that gave breadth and thoroughly enjoyable evening of,

"aud amLjeart,thereb ot*;(\:.issuance 11wt.eutif tit_ate description numbers nant aria "Steal Me" from Me- Little," Ravel's Nicolette," and Darmstadt Director Wolfgang transparency to the group 1[dodecaphonic music in the his-I _ _
J ef Tfi e property ana the names In notti's "The Old Maid and The
wfelch tt was aeMcd,art a* follow; "
Certificate 1l0.,,2iO < Thief.

I .tDwlrlptfoa* Yfa1''of jasuanee96 Otr0. erg'"'..Lot, 2 Stft7J j ,.Gregg Smith Singers MORDAYS i
.- Pat PB A."' The phenomenally excellent II
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Km in
which assessed Corms WUk-
\, .. Gregg Smith Singers, heard
w''AVt f-aid property being In the County here in 1962, will appear in Un-
ft* Alachua. State*! Florida.
Unless such certificate or certificates iversity Auditorium on Satur- I

shall be redeemed according to law day, March 7, at 8:15, again
tile proptV described in such certi-
, heats or' ssTpfiirafM,JUL.lis .sold.Jo sponsored by the University of!
.,,the highestbUder it'h.court "house !
Florida Council. The
door .n the first Monday in Month of Lyceum :

Mart March. 1964.1964. which. la the 2nd day 01 group's previous appearancehere

'Dated thus 9Ut day of Jsnaary. 1'". was something of a reve-
J. B. CARM1CHAEL.vOertc .
of Circuit Court el lation. It lived up completely to i

Alaehua County. Florida the rave notices from tough critIN -
i, (9061).2:9. IS. 23. 3:1


OLA fJdAE BROW. his wile vs.

A aVsfRB- 'Defendant. i
NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFEND TO STRUM: MARGARET LORRAINE SODER- L Bring your plans and see us for .

STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Whose last known
residence and
Gainesville City and Suburban Railway post office address is: the lowest financing cost
Company. Eva Mae Yott. a wide 390 Martin Drive
dow."Anne Bufortf JFutch. a widow andy San Mateo. California
.Unknown helri. devisees, graates. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat The savings on our closing cost can
or other claimants under or of
a Complaint for Divorce has
Mlllo Debose. deceased and Charles
been filed against you and you are
Deboae also known as Charlie Debose. required to serve a copy of your answer purchase appliances for your new kitchen.
deceased. If
said Defendants are live
or pleading to the Complaint upon
tat or,ia existance. and if dead or dissolved the Plaintiff's attorneys. Reynolds
the unknown spouse heirs. devisees & Goldln. P. O. Box 468. Gainesville.

successors. grantees ia interest, (creditors trustees assigns.or Florida pleading and in file the the office original of the answeror Clerkof NO DISCOUNTS OR SERVICE FEES You Can SAVE to $250If
Other parties claiming by through. Ute Circuit Court of Alachua Coun up
wider or against any such deceased ty. Florida oa er before the 13th day
; or dissolved Defendant or Defendants. of March 1964. If you fail to do so. LOWER RATES UP TO 25 YEARS
If alive and 11 dead their unknown
I Judgment by default will be taken
I heirs devisees. legatees, grantees ass against you for the relief demandedIn
alms and successors all parties ia baring Interest or claiming trustees -. complaint.the relief demanded In the bill of You File on or Before April 1st.

to tare any right title or interest DONE and ORDERED at Gaines
tn the property herein described. to ville. Alaehua County Florida this
wit: 6th day of February. 1964.J. Building and Loan
Lota Forty and Forty-One (40&41) B. CARUICHAEL. Gainesville Mutual
of Section Twenty > Eight Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of See Your County Tax Assessor
(a). Township Nine <,) South. Alaehua County Florida. I Association
Rang Nineteen (1') East, as per BY Emily Waterhouse
Plat Book A" Pag 21 of the Deputy Clerk
Public Records of Ala hua Coun REYNOLDS It GOLDtN

ty.West Florida.One-Half Also(WV4 described of the as Northwest the-. By Selig SELIG I.I.Goldia GOLDIN 217 N.E. 1st St. Phone FR 6-6771 or FR 6.2415 J. PIERCE SMITH
One-Quarter (NWli of the 115 South Mala Street !
Ronthwest One-Quarter of I Poet Office Box 468
Section Twenty-Eight C2S). Township Gainesville Florida
Nine (9). South Rang Nine- (305 ) !. Ufo; 83; 3.1 I
teat (a) East. '
You and each of ;you are hereby aeVeraBy -I
notified that McKinley Debose.1 ----1'
Mamia, Debose. Ida wife. Samuel -
Brown" and OU Mac Brown his 1.
wife, have filed their soon Complaint
an Ibo Circuit Court of Alaehua Coun
ty. against ;yon and each of :you ai I
Defendants seeking to determine the
beta of Mamie Debase and Charles
I Debase known, Charlie Deboa.tIotIa -
deceased and to quiet the
title tt the Plaintiff to the above de>
,o crib-real paoperty located in Ala- I

ghas-Caaoty.y..-.. further Florida.' notified that the re- 4 I I 1 YL '
tan *ay of this Notice to Defend is
MarckV' 1964. and you shall on or be-
fc>re..Aa4 date serve a copy of your \1kIE1E
rtrffTUfc ttpoo !Awry and Andrews. At- I
locnej for Plaintiffs whose address
as _O. Box 39p Gainesville Florida
and Immediately thereafter file
tho'ertginal of aame In the office .. 1
the"Clerk ef the Circuit Court of the 1 L
abotT*styled: Court>> otherwise a des I
cre* pro eoafesso will be entered
a gafnlt'":JOtI.
WITNESS ODe of the Honorable Cir- 5 i r tte.T
oit-fodges of the Eighth Judicial Cir- I ti
ear-** Florida as well aa the Clerk \
of *a>. Circuit Court>> all On this 3rd day 0 I
I 7ls nrary. A-D 19S4.

4BE.) DfmATIOH 2 Seal Deputy:" )1< 23 QerkOanrt j 3 1'0.:! &n I t I + till''' 4 S ALL THE SILVER DOLLARS I

9y.end:The tt will erriee Levy aD reeelr labor.County required bidj matorials..quipment; Dousing far to the construct furnlslihvc Author-- \ & YOU CAN SCOOP UP IN BOTH HANDS I

No. ria481A
Low Beat Homrtng Project -
ZB tnm 2:00 o'clock P.M.
tS.T. oa Tneeday. March 11. 1964 I
a4dI'cMec1 to County Coortbooee. Bron-
eoa. Florida. .t wt cIa time aDd
place sB tU Min be poblcly opened
elMS read aloud ta tbe Courtroom o{
De COQtbp M la Broajon. Florida.
PBOJXOT8: Ke. Fla. 40.3A & IB In
CbleQead Florida. coaeiaUnf 01 371IaDIUD&
eyvemnc .. toiUatntrtg 54 dwelling
units located oa five (S) tltee. I WITH THE PURCHASE
Tool Bomea *od a Management andMalntenaoe. WASHER or DRYER |
IkdlcUDC. LaDdKap
site tDe1uded.impveresneata. and utilities are OF ANY NEW---

Proposed forma ef contract docu- 1
.eata. lrebsding plane and cpeeifi- & TUESDAY I
_..... ere on file at the office Absolutely 2 DAYS ONLY !
tIC tbe Levy County Honing Authority.
Bdoneoo. Florida end at the office JPEN -
.f Marry & Buena Jr. AIA. Architect. OPEN
;.03 PrettefitUl BaOdinx. 8:30 a.m. 1 8:30
r1d a.m.1
Coda tt At 6ocwmenU may be UNTIL? i ----- '
Netaxt V eo e limit of two (2)
.we*. by depoldaDC F Uty: Donan.
ca.ocr>. __ the Lay County Hou I MAYTAG -- '
Mm wPi tar each Mt of docu- Y O 1 MAYTAG
tMdg M obtained. Buck depoalt will I
1. r a iiil to each Ceaeral Conei '
.. etar mekAoc a bones fide bid to ,7 All-Fabric Automatic / f WRINGER WASHERS"WORLD
the Loel AottMcttr *t tbe apedledcr 'I DRYERS
., cr reoocnlied circiUariilniw0 \ WORLD FAMOUS WORKHORSE"SERVICEFREE
lefcitue the pJana. spedIoal8o0s -
and other documeoti ia .. .. WASHERS"\ "FOR WOMEN WHO \
pod anmfcton within tea 110) days i
After bid oprntng. For each let of doemanta _. \
',' __ HATE IRONING" ;
to exceaa of two. a deposit
e< FiJty DoDara. ($50.00). will be re- I $% 2-speed 8-cycles e t World's lit st Tub e
e.ef,dU pins a charce of ThlrtyFiTeDoOara. e Lint-Filter Agitator j
Multi-c c I es Models
(t33.00) to cover reproduction MAYTAG / Heavy Duty
;. Giant adi f
itabeanCraetora and materUImea *
Dries Normal Load 4
elMS ee.dera may obtain the docuvpoa \ti Cold Water Wash & AYfA& ..' Big Balloon Rollers .aae
.... deposit of Fifty Dollars. 1 /.//.at t in 2S-36 Min.if t
<<*'0.00). per aet. plus the payment Rinses : .lfflS "t,4 t Keeps Water Hotter ,
e4 mrty-Fr Dollars. ($35.00). _... Guaranteed to D.. , N 1 TransmissionWarranty Md t
5-yr. Sand TubA
00 s -Trop ff
to cover reproduction coats. AU ,.aeu.ds etos.e -f J Clothes Faster Safer. 1
....__ f
&0 shall remain the property
of the local Authority and shall ?::/II/III-' .' and Cost Less to r 1 : Automatic Pump ,
Sand Removal Tub
be retained to the Office of samerithia ';, '
Operate Gets Clothes" Cleaner = .
tea (lo) days after the epeatnc Indestructable Pump
of bids. The fun deposit will be '3J No Clothes Yellowing '
tvroaded for each set of documents ; Automatic BleachA
i etui not !II sound and usable condition. .d q" ,' ; or Shrinkage
bat the Thirty-Five Dollars. I RUST-PW More People Use MYTAG
CS3300)' payment made to cover re- ,
rodoetBOB eoata will net be refunded.A L. bFI/ G S E I LS '( Than Any Other Washer" '"YV
certified heck or bank draft. slf' fr
jeyatee .. The Levy County Housing >
Avthorttyt V. S. Government Bonds.
or a satisfactory bid bond executed I ,.-''
by KM bidder and acceptable sure- f.t ,. 4( .
deal la aa amount equal to five percent .,..;
el the bid stall be submitted ; '
wftk Melt bid
nda abaO be ia tripocate. II .
The successful bidder wW be ref I : ,
to furnish: and pay for satis I
performance and payment

Mt bond legs of tbaa tends.Atteri'VTt ia called.the minimum to the fact salaries that EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICES I rIREE PRIZES will be given away ] WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL

aDd wages eat sbrth m the Spedfleattons -
most be paid oa these pro-, I

naerrea.e The Levy tbe County right; to Housing reject Authority any oran 36 OR

ttea bide aa the and waive any informal i USE OUR 61NO VARIETY STORE FREE. I
No bed: ban be withdrawn for a MONTHS F
period of thirty (M)us subsequent TO CARRYING '
to the opening of without the .. Cokes and Doughnuts
consent Authority.of The Levy County Housing PAY CHARGE PLAN Balloons! for the Kiddies


Date BRONSON.: February FLORIDA 1*. 1964 7 S.E. 1st Ave. 'ON THE SQUARE" PHONE FR 653480
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By Lewis Renfroe : :

,DI'lI Lewis) 11lC.Renfroe.33) 1:1.Executive loll Director - - - _ _ _: 0..:


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Sunday, March 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun m11B
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With Billy GrahamS l&aucesuille &mt 4 4e

ated at Keystone Program RELIGIONWSCS

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ITedd-Smith: :: ; pi nisL' for the sharing In the speaking program I -
Billy Graham EvangelisticTeam from Monday night through Sun' Schedules

and Don Hustad. organist day. S e r v i ces are held week Group '

will appear in a sacred concert day morning, Tuesday through
on Friday at 8 pTm. in the Friday at 9:30 and on Monday, General
main auditorium at Park-of-the- Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Monthly
Palms in Heights. 0. nights with three services on r
yn Sunday. WSCS and Guild of the preceed the general meeting at
Tedd Smith is best known as
Methodist 7:30 p.m. In Fellowship Hall.
the pianist for the Billy Graham ; Wesley
'Crusades around the world since Church will hold its March gen

1950. He is also a composer;and Friends PlanProgram eral meetings Tuesday at 8 p.m.A NCB to Vote

arranges music for recording special program for meditation

{i with RCA Victor. On on the meeting of Easter \x

Don Hustad, organist,,.pianist, will be presented by Mrs. On Work
conductor and lecturer -
composer Joe Tate in the church sanctu-
) on musical subjects, is now
I the official .organist of the Billy UN'Today ary entitled "The Cross and the For BalconyA

i Graham team. For several years Resurrection."
he was director of the Sacred The Quaker Program at the special l business meeting at
United Nations will be the subject An e x e c utive meeting will
Music Department at"Moody Bible the North Central Baptist
I Institute in. Chicago, and di- of a talk by Dr. Cornelius Church is scheduled for both the
Kruse today at 4:30: at the
rector of the chorale of this HUSTAD p.m. 8:30: and 11 a.m. hours of wor-
ll! Friends House 1921
i school. Hustad is also an RCAi Meeting 'New Life'Program ship today to vote on completing -
Eiid of SOS
NW Second Ave.
recording artist. ':o,*... .. I tures special speakers and mu- the balcony of the new sanc-
*., The evening of sscrld usic sicians throughout the winter. The talk will be preceded by tuary now under construction.With .
is a special feature of the current -'Dr. V. Raymond Edman and an informal tea at 4 p.m. Both SetA the balcony the increased The Sabin Oral Sundaysbalance campaign came to an official close Friday when,'the

'I Bible Conference Season at Dr. Carl Armerding of Wheat. events are open to the public.Dr. seating capacity will make of the surplus collections from the campaign were turned over to'the

f Park-of-the-Palms,. which f ea-i on College, Wheaton, 111., are Kruse, emeritus professorof the auditorium one of the larg- Alachua General Hospital Board of Trustees. Campaign chairman Charles W.
philosophy at Weslyan Uni- "New Life" series of Len- est in the city. Pruitt Jr. (left) presented a check for $3,893 to Hospital Board ChairmanJ.

versity, Middletown, Conn., was ten services starts today at the N. Anderson Jr. On hand at the check presentation were Dr. Billy Brashear
Special Week Set visiting professor in humanities The pastor, Rev. N. B. Lang- (second from left), 1963 Medical Society president, and M. T. Mustian admtnis-
I at the UF in the fall. For Trinity Methodist Church, 3536 ford, stated that with the continued trator of Alachua General Hospital. The money will be used in the new'Psychiatry

l several years he was head of the NW Eigth Ave. rate of growth the com- Unit of Alachua General Hospital. ". .
Quaker team at the United Nations pletion of the balcony was essential -
For WMV in New York City, and is Rev. Morris J. Holtzclaw, to provide necessary

Baptist now a member of the program. pastor of the Inman Memorial seating. .. To State
Methodist Church of Jackson- Harold Denmark, chairmanof Represent JayceesIn

The First Baptist Church gram Tuesday with the topic Gesture of UnityOpenings ville, will lead the meetings, the building committee, will
point out to the con g regationthat
WMU circles this week will ob- "We Proclaim Liberty" will be More slated for 7:30: p.m. tonight the church is 20
serve their "Week of Prayer for explained by the Gaventa Cir- through Thursday. new members per month, and Washington Competition
cle at 7:30 p.m. with the YWA
Home Missions" through the BOSTON (AP-Richard) Car- that during February the Sund
and GA assisting.The
Holtzclaw who has served the
dinal Cushing, Roman Catholic school enrollmtnt passed the 800
theme of "In Freedom's Holy the outstanding ernment. A highlight will be a
Ismael Negrin Circle is in archbishop of Boston, has pre- Jacksonville Church since mid- mark. To provide for the people Perry McGriff Jr. leaves for]rida was adjudged i

Light. charge Thursday at 9:45: a.m. sented a $10,000 check to Met- 1960, attended the East Kentucky the balcony is a must, according Washington, D. C. today as Flo- Florida Jaycee in governmental ; Johnson.visit with President Lyndon B.

Monday the Jean Dickman with the topic, "We Proclaim ropolitan Antony Bashir, headof State College and is a to Denmark. rida's representative in ana-I affairs Friday. I
Circle will be in charge of a Love," and Friday's "We Proclaim the Syrian Antiochian Ortho- Lester Robinson, church treas- tional Jaycee competition that I They will also meet House
9:45 with the i' will be lead dox Church of North graduate of Asbury College. He will that the McGriff won the recognitionfor
: a.m. rr eting topic Victory" by America urer, point out will select the and Senate leaders and visit
outstanding mem-
"We Proclaim Christ. Each II the Helen Masters Circle at 9:45: to be used for the training of took his seminary training at membership is overgiving the ber for work in governmentalaffairs. his leadership with the Florida the House Caucus Room to observe

circle will have its own pro- a.m. Orthodox priests. Emory University in Atlanta. budget and thus making pos- Jaycees in successfully sup- committees working on

sible these increased steps of porting the College Building Con national issues.
growth ahead of time. The 26-year-old Gainesville in- stitutional amendment which Thursday they'll visit the Russian -

I Church Directory Each member is urged to pre- surance man and former star passed in November. I Embassy.The .
sent to vote on this business. athlete at the University of Flo-
McGriff and the other Jaycee outstanding Jaycee on governmental

GAINESVILLE CHURCHES noon, daily mass Mon. through' Lutheran representatives from the I I affairs nationallywill
PresbyterianFirst Mechanics CourseRegistration be selected Thursday even-
Advent Churches Fri. at 6:30: and 11:15 a.m., Sat First Lutheran Church, 1801 United States will get a four- ing at an awards banqU The

Advent Christian Church, 617 at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30: Presbyterian Church day tour and indoctrination of winner will take home 'a $500;

NE 1st St., service at 11 a.m., Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. 106 SW 3rd St., services at 11 the leading federal governmental check to be used by his local
and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger 5 p.m.M. a.m. and 7:31: p.m. Setence
L u the r.a n agencies in the nation's Cap- chapter.
Patrick's Church, 704 NEst
Memorial Advent St., Masses at 6, 7:30, 9,, Church, 1905 NE 12th St., ser Grace Presbyterian Church '-' ital. McGriff who holds the title
Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., 10:30: a.m. and 12 noon. vice at Ham.University 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 Registration for six auto mechanics I in auto mechanics. I The Jaycees will attend work-'! of State Director of Florida Jaycees -
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30: Lutheran a.m.
ChristianFirst Church. courses to be offered by Charles Bush, president of the I shops of the executive, judicialand \ received a Spoke
p.m. Christian Church SW 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at Chur
Highlands Presbyterian the Alachua County Vocational local Garage Owners, said the legislative branches of gov Award for his work last year.
Alliance Churches 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at 11 a.m. ch, 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor- 11 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.KanapahaPresbyterI. Educational Department will courses must have 12 or more
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Christian Scientist Methodist begin at 7:30: p.m. Thursday in enrolled in order to be offered.

NE 9th St., 7:30: p.m. Service at Christian Science Church, 420 Centenary Methodist, 1400 an Church, Archer Road past Room C-7 at Gainesville High Training is done at night in Jim Richardsonhas ,
637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat $>chool. various local garages participating .
SW 12th St., service at 11 a.m. Medical Center service at 11
of God 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the training. Bush said
and Church of Christ Firs 'Ifthodist, 419 NE 1st a.m. The classes, sponsored by the the courses were elementary NO TIES
irst Assembly of God, one Church of Christ, 205 N. W. St., services at 8:45: and II Quakers School Board and the Indepen- enough for beginners, yet suffi-
half I mile west of Haw-
one thorne, services at 11 a.m. and 14th[ St., services at 11 a.m. and a.m. Fellowship at 5:30: ser- Religious Society of Friends, dent Garage Owners of Gainesville ciently advanced to update ex- with any groupor

6:30: p.m. ices at 7pm, 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service at wll|} begin as soon as quotas perienced mechanics on new bloc.
7p.m. Northeast Church of Christ, New Northeast Methodist, Howard 11 a.m. are filled in each of the methods and changes.

Baptist 418 E. Univ. Ave., Bible studyat Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- Unitarian-UnlversalIst six courses. Vote For RICHARDSONCity

First Baptist. 425 W. Univ. 10 a.m., worship services at ium, 1901 NE 9th St., morning Unitarian Universalist Fel- Applications are sought from About 35 have completed the Commission Group 1 IF

Ave., worship services at 11 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. worship at 11 a.m. lowship no. 1204 NW 10th Ave., any high school graduate with training in three previous cour- 3
I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof Trinity Methodist Church Sunday school and services six or more months of experi- ses offered. --
Calvary Baptist Church, SE Christ, 1811 N.W. 39th Ave., 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at both at 11 a.m.AREA I
services at 9 a.m. and 6la: ,
15th St., services at 11 a.m. 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. CHURCHES
and 7:30 p.m. p. m. Wesley Community Mehho- Baptist
Carol Estates Baptist University Avenue Church of dist, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services -
Church, 1428 NE 2pth Place, Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., ser at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I Archer Baptist Church, Archer What are YOU going -
services at 11 a.rm and 7:30 vices at 11 a.m. and evening Wesley Foundation and Uni services at 11 a. m. and 8 w .
6:30 .
p.m. ; service : versity Methodist Church, 1320, p.m.Eliam
Of God W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45 Baptist Church, Mel-
Eastside Baptist Church, 1501! Church of God, Hawthorne and 11 a.m.
rose, worship services at 11
E. Univ. Ave., 11 a.m. and 7:30 Road and Third Ave., morning Mormon a.m. and 7:30 *
'worship 11 a.m., evening Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
p.m.Faith Independent Baptist service, 7:30. ter-Day Saints, 1220 SW Fifth First Baptist Church of Mic- to do with tax cut? .

Church, NW 31st Avfc. at 7th Episcopal Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., anopy, services at 11 a.m. and your ::

Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Episcopal Center Chapel of I Sacrament meeting, 6:30: p.m. 7:30 pjn.Willistpn.
7:30 p.m.Torest. the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ Baptist Church, services -
Park Baptist, 162 Ave., Holy Communion at I 8 Nazarene at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. :" .

NW 5th Ave., services at 11 a.m., morning prayer at 11 First Church of the Nazarene Methodist .-.

a.m. and 7:45 p.m. a.m. Firs Sunday, Holy Com 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat Alachua Methodist, SE lit
Gatoeaville Primitive Bap munion at 11 a.m. 10:45: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. St., services at 11 a.m. all :
tist Church, SW 3-1thSt.: at Ar Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St., Trinity Church of the Nazarene Melrose Methodist, services at spend

cher Road, service at 11 a.m. Holy Communion at 8:30: a.m., 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat ,,11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. _.-
North Central Baptist at 9:30 and 11. Orange Creek Methodist, US-
morning prayer : 11:00: a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Church 404() NW 14th Ave., ser Communionat 301 north of Hawthorne morn-
irsi Sunday Holy
University Ave. Church of the
Viat 8:30 and 11 a.m., and 9:30
ing worship at a.m.
a.m. Univ.
Nazarene, 3545 W. Ave.,
1:30 p.m. St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad services at 10:45: a.m. and 7:30p.m. Newberry Methodist morning : :
Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40thAve. Holy Communion at 8:30: worship at 9:55: evening -save some. I :? _.
worship at 11, ...
service at 7:30.
a.m., family service at 9:30: .. .!
evening services at 7:30 both morning prayer at 11 a.m. on NondenominationalWest Williston Methodist Church, .
Sundays and Wednesdays.Oak 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion Side Christian Church, 1 services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Park Baptist Church, meeting at Gainesville Little i PresbyterianFirst '
on 2nd and 4th Sundays. -. ..
4610 Archer Rd., services at Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave.,I Presbyterian Church 0, -.- ..

9:45 and 11 a.m. and,7:30 p.m.! Eliam Pentecostal Holiness SW Ar- worship service at 11 a.m. Williston, service at 11 a.m. I'I HappyDon't day! Seeing your paycheck fatter, even by a very few ... :: 7
Wednes-! -
Sunday and 7:30 p.m.
day. cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. $ A: : ; figures. Many of us may have already spent it ten times over :-;, <.
and 7:30 pjn.University '

13th Parkview St., worship Baptist services, 3403 at NW 11 Pentacostal Holi If for things we've been wanting or needing. But. after all, you '-. a..
ness Church Odd Fellows tem-
a.m. and 7:15 p.m. Church ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., serve "got by" without that extra money for years perhaps .::
Pine Grove Baptist
ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. i
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at t D a now Gainesville's largest association can help you get AHEAD _;
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Inter-denominational

Ridgeview Baptist Church, Gainesville Drive-In Church, I with it We'll make your tax cut REALLY amount to something .:

NW 19th St., services: at 11 Hawthorne Road, services al', .. .
a.m. and 8 p. m. 8:30: a.m. ; keep it insured safe. ( Even if it's only $10 a month, ,.

Westside Baptist Church, The Salvation 232 S\V w YL
services it to nearly a thousand dollars in 7 years our .
4039 Newberry 2nd Ave., Services at 11 a.m ", can grow "

at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pan.Catholi and 7:30 p.m.Jebo'ah's. THE WORLD YOURS substantial compounded dividends.) Visit one of our offices "

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St. Augustine Chapel: 1738 Kingdom Hall of Jebovah' Want to see places and sights? meet now park free. .

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., interesting new people?

9:30: and 11 a.m. and 12 service at 6:30: p.m. We can arrange everything for you, make

reservations for ships and planes, hotels r
handle all details. Or better still-let ui book .

you for a Brownell Escorted or Independent
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12B" Gainesville Sun Sunday, March 1, 1964
I during the year at any of the 1[gram.
Plan Car Safety Drive participating gar a g es Hay-:I Details of the program are
Garagemen thome said he hopes that all garages -'available from Haythorne, and
I THIS ISOur and stations in the coun- Dale Drew, chairman of the ga-
Gainesville garage and gaso- All garage and station own' vIDe Safety Circle." cidents are caused by mechanical -ty will take part in the pro-,rage owners association.

line station owners will meet ers interested in taking part in It's a program sponsored defects. 11 .
the program are urged to attend; jointly by the Association of In- The program planned here -
Tuesday night to finalize plans They'll hear Keith Haythorne, surance Agents, the Independent !will be aimed at slashing the I GETTING ENOUGH HEAT?
for year-round auto safety-
Town inspection a coordinating chairman for the Garage Owners Associationand accident rate by correcting the Save Fuel Save Money- Get More Heat!
program. project, and William A. (Bill) the Citizens Safety Coun-Ii number of defective cars on the
They'll meet at 8 p.m. in the Nutzell of the UF driver education -cil. higways.

Gainesville High teaching audi- department. Research has shown that a Motorists will be able to get a HEATERS
By JEAN CARVER torium. I I They'll outline the "Gaines-I significant number of auto ac I free safety inspection any time

""I hope," the reporter with al attention as Lyndon John-
1 the rain-soaked raincoat and I son begins seeking the presidency -i How to Make A Traffic Jam GAINESVILLE
dripping rainhat wryly observed on his own. CLEANED
; "that he doesn't pray :for It was'very big eyes and hes- ORLANDO (AP-A Utear pressure reserve and locked the J
rain."' itant, wondrous half-smiles. freight train blocked this city's brakes.
main east-west artery for two While the of the Atlantic NURSING CENTERARCHER Plus 3 Sales TaxI
Since it's not every day that You asked the kids why they engineer A heater carboned up %
hours and ,40 minutes Friday Coast Line tried to build
the President of the United crowded up against the fencesto I and dirty will not proONLY
States plops down in a lumber- be repeatedly warned by security -night, with irate motorists them- up his compressed air supply to duce: half of the heat it
selves prolonging the blockade. release the brakes, another ROAD FR 6-6214 I
ing jet-propelled helicopter, the officers about keeping a should. Have your heater -
Drivers pulled air valves be- valve would be pulled. cleaned now Saveon 2S
large delegation of reporters proper distance and the. answer A Modern Nursing Home $
was huddled together in the was the same: tween the railway cars to vent Eight motorcycle policemenand I. fuel bills and en- S
I driving rain listening to the second "I just want to see the PRES- their spleen. This dumped air four police squad cars With Old Fashioned Nursing Care. joy more heat when you
string team of politicians IDENT." sought to unsnarl traffic jams need it.CIRCULATING. .
I warm up for the President's arrival They didn't have anything to Pleads GuiltyTo across Highway 50 and neighboring 72 BED LICENSED CAPACITY OIL-TYPE
in Palatka for the Florida say to him. Many didn't even streets. The traffic was HEATER CLEANED

I Barge Canal groundbreaking. care about shaking his handor HoldUpTAMPA heavy because of large attend Central Heating oil furnaces ........... $7.50
Local. Professional Ownership and Operation.
at the Central Florida Fair.
but ance
There were snickers, everyone getting his autograph. They
kept their ears tuned in just wanted to see him. (AP-Albert McKee An ACL sDPkFsman said no .Central Air-Conditioning Central 1 Heating CALL FR 2-9561
the minister's direction to make And after you looked at the :68 year-old itinerant, pleaded mechanical knowledge was need
ed to pull air valves-"you can Moderate Rates C. B. BOHANNON JR Agent. Standard Oil Co.
sure his invocation made no reference -way they were looking at Lyn- guilty in U.S. District Court Fri--
to any additional preci- don B. Johnson, it was a little I day to the $1,300 holdup of the see it done in movies. ----
rJ pitation.It hard to shrug off the day as Capital National Bank.

should suffice to say we just a nasty assignment under McKee pleaded guilty to twc I J. .
had our hands, collars, eyes, rather adverse working condi- counts of the three-count indict SPRING LIGHT-FLOWER BRIGHT
ears- and shoes full of rain ,tions to cover a 20-minute whistle
that must have been about a I stop delivery of a prepared ment. The government droppecthe

fraction of a degree above the I text.They third he entered count, which the bank chargedthat with FABRICS FOR SPRING & EASTER SEWING I
marie where it turns to hail. I were just as wet -
There we were, waiting forth those thousands of kids-b u t the intent of robbing it. He saic'he
:President. they put the occasion into pre- made the decision after get- .
chile we tried huddling under spective. ting inside the bank. r
the-platform housing the TV It was the President. He will be sentenced later. .1 ''
SALE 59c yd.
equipment that was about four Orig. 79c & 99c

feet off the ground, the politicos 1 ]..
tried appeasing the ultra patIent -I Jim Richardson t' -
crowd by referring to the p r Includes: Pin-Striped Seersuckers ((10 colors) : y fIJ

chilly rain as "tears of joy that Fin
the President has come" and THINKS floral piques and woven ginghams

j calling the onlookers "g 0 0 d
sports. bright pastels .
I'm sorry to say that the cyn- HIMSELFVote
ical, 'hard-bitten press corps
came out second best when For RICHARDSON
crowd that
compared to the City Commission Group 1 I
was estimated at up to 10,000in
the good sportsmanship cate- (Pd. Pol.Adv.) IMPORTED PIMA COTTON IN

Especially when someone DAINTY FLORALS FOR SPRING
moved up on the TV platform.
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Because when someone on 1, I
the TV platform shifted his \ \, 1391.69 yd-
weight, torrents of icy water \ \
dribbled through the cracksin \ 'I I I

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Piece Shop2nd
object, generally a reporter, un- \ \ \ tl,1'
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a series of descriptive terms- \ 1 rt / .
all profane-and an oft-repeated \ / / 300 YARDS OF
musing about why it wasn't pos l ,
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some- job. ..
,But:despite it being what St. --- -- \ SPECIALLYPURCHASED
Petersburg Times reporter Mar-
tin Waldron termed a "complet
ely-miserable day" for a cere-
mony, the crowd was amazingly -
And the irony of it was, that i
for a blatantly obvious political
junket, the mission really turn- NYLON UPHOLSTERY
ed into something else. DID YOUR DOLLARS ti
Because the people that were I A

most Impressed probab 1 y GO TO WORK TODAY?
won't be voting for years and
years. H FABRICS
The wiseguys that were In
the voting-age level were mak- -Time to open a I

ing wisecracks or griped about hard-working 4I4 a .:
the weather while many of their the savings account i .. 3 TO 12 Yard Lengths _. _
politicians were making WRRERT RATE .
best spiels.It ,

dreds and thousands of kids-
that made you feel the impprt- I JACQUARD,
Color lasl A
ance'of; the whole darn day. Pre.shrunk AND NOVELTY TEXTURE WEAVES.
Not a $158 million ditch that : Machine r ii.
mayor: may not be built-don't r BLACK BEIGE BLUE GOLD BROWN "-
& Loan Associationof washable t tr ,
forget another group identicalto .
yesterday's crowd saw a I Gainesville AND BISCUIT 54-INCHES WIDE. .. -
similar blast go off for the f
came. canal near Ocala in 1935. 220 NORTH MAIN STREET PH. FR 2-8495 COMPARABLE ,

Or _the verbal pats on the Free Parking In Rear Drive-In Window"A 84% COTTON/16% RAYON UPHOLSTERY FABRICS
back that the campaigning poli-
ticians reelection trad- '
Id.with seeking each other. and Supervised by "CROCHETTE"BEDSPREADS 4.98 TO 8.98 A YARDSALE

Or:' the fact that Florida I Iasn'.t the United States Government"Each
supported the national;I
Democratic ticket since 1952: Account Insured Up To $10,000.

tnd, this visit received nation!


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Sunday, March 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C

District Road i!' Union Co.Politics Science Fair Winner Trenton Project

Request DueHearing.



LAKE CITY Counties com- DEL A S BETWEEN D TWO b Shows ReliabilityCampaign
prising the State Road Board'sDistrict

2 will present their primary For 5 RacesLAKE
and secondary road requests -
for the coming budget r

year at hearings here Wednes-

day And Thursday.The BUTLER -. With the Incumbents who are as yet t '
hearings will be conduced deadline for candidates to qual- unopposed are: Sheriff John H. Talk'TRENTON

by the State Road Board ify only a day and a half off, Whitehead, Rep. C. A. Roberts, 1 't.
member Ralph Powers at the five contests are lined up in the Circuit Court Clerk Robert A.
SRD District Office. Union County political areana. Driggers County Judge A. L. R /

Powers said that the hearingswill The following races are in Driggers, School Supt. T. Shep- v
determine the secondaryroad !prospect: x-v,, ard Thomas, Tax Assessor Mar- A plan for improvement Although he doesn't claim|er system for the city and a renovated -

improvements to be pro- Tax Collector John Hale, cus Howard County Commis- r and progress for this credit for it, the city govern-I and enlarged water sys
, grammed for the fiscal year be- Helen Dukes. sioner (District 3)) S. M. Brown, city apparently. was not just ment here has taken on tem.
ginning July 1. He said the County Commission, Distict 1 School Board Member (District "campaign talk" on the part of look" and new policies since

Road Department also will con- Dana Duke (incumbent), 4)) Carl O. Bielling. Y.JA local hardware store owner Robert -Mayor Rowland took office. And City commissioners at their

sider recommendations by the Shelton Arnold. Mrs. Lee (Margaret) Craw- C. Rowland, who cam- plans for city improvementsare .meeting Thursday night agreedto

commissioners of the various .County Commission, District ford is running for supervisor of paigned successfully for the of- moving ahead. confer with Jacksonville ar-

counties before adopting a pil- 5 Fred L. Thomas (incumbent registration.The fice of mayor-commission e r Among these contemplated Improvement :chitect Harry Burns on the
mary construction program. ), Royce Shaw. deadline for qualifying in here last December. projects are a sew-,
Following district hearings, ;;--,sewer and water projects In the
School Board, District 2 W. Union County is at noon Tues-
the Road Board will adopt a, R. Bloodsworth (incumbent), day. Under a special legislativeact near future.

tentative statewide budget on Monroe Kitler. county office candidates in Last Payment Today I They are also seeking the
April 16 to include both secon-! Constable, District 3 J. T. Union County qualify at the ooc Y
dary and primary projects. Fillyaw, Joe NesSmith. same time as state candidates. help of the Florida Development
Presenting their requests on Commission on these and other

Wednesday starting at 9 a.m. For Polio 'Insurance' projects.

will be county commissionersfrom FFAers From 18 Counties Trenton presently has no sew-
Columbia, Suwannee, Billy Dean Thompson, a ninth grader at Brad er system. Rowland said
yesterday -
Nassau, Baker Madison and ford High School, explains his prize-winning reg- The third and final premium program include the health departments that the present water -
Taylor counties.The Due for Forestry Field DayMore ional science fair exhibit to the judges, (from left) payment on polio insuranceis of the various coun- i is inadequate and overtaxed. system -
schedule of hearings for J. H. Eliott. Green Cove Springs; Mrs. Mary Hulbert due in four area counties to- ties and civic and fraternal or- .
Thursday is: Bradford County and Tom Rowand, of Lake City Junior College.Billy's ganizations.
than 100 FFA youths ry of the State FFA, said the exhibit "A of Reactions to day.The Other items of business taken
9:30: a.m.; Union 10 a.m.; Clay, I Comparison Light
"insurance" is in the
10:30 a.m.; Alachua, 11 a.m.; from 18 counties are scheduledto public is invited to attend. Between Two Related Insects," was one of 17 at Beef up at the last commission
form of Type II oral polio vac- Buying
Gilchrist, 1:30 p.m.; Dixie 2 take part in a Forestry Field the Starke fair, which won a place in the State meeting included further discus-
Martin Meets cine which will be offered todayin
I p.m.; and Levy 2:30 p.m. Day next Saturday at the Aus- Science Fair to be held in Jacksonville. (Sun photo by immunization sion of the widening of S tat e
tin Cary Memorial Forest on With OfficialsIn Sam McGarvey) mass programsin Road 26 through Trenton and
I the Waldo Road. Union, Bradford Clay and ProgramIs the rezoning of property along
Gilchrist counties.
BradfordHospital They will compete for cash High SpringsHIGH that highway.The .
prizes in five contests: Estimating Florida Counties Divide The '"premium payment" Is OrderdWASHINGTON
pulpwood and saw- timber SPRINGS County 'he 25 cents per dose donation city commissioners have
Commissioner Sidney Martin asked by sponsoring organiza- asked the Gilchrist County
volume from standing trees, estimating -
tree heights and diameters -met here Friday with High Refund on Motorboat Tax tions to help defray the costf (AP) The Commission to place the street
Johnson administration has di-
land log Springs City CommissionersJack the vaccine. widening project on a primaryroad
measuring, saw-
V and Eld rected the Agriculture Depart priority list to be submit-
a use ridge Even if one does not have the
ing and log rolling. Wright on proposed road improvements TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flo- Under the law two thirds of 25 cents the vaccine will still ment to buy beef in moves to ted to the State Road Boa r d.
ADMISSIONSFeb. Rayonier, Inc., St. Regis Pa- in the city. rida's 67 counties divided $523- the money received by the coun- be available. bolster sagging cattle prices and The city officials, at a previous -

20 Nadine Jacquelin per Co., International Paper Co. City Clerk Lou Cloutier who 345 Friday in the first motor- ties is earmarked for the Hundreds of volunteer workers to placate those demanding leg- meeting, had agreed on the
Thornton, Laura Lucy Hall, and Buckeye Cellulose Corp. also attended the session said and islation to cut down sharply on widening project because they
will cash awards to the boat registration certificate tax school board and one-third for including doctors nur-
Charlie J. Strickland, Carol Di- present the discussion covered new meat imports.The said they felt that SR 26 will become
refunds the State Conservation will be administeringthe
by today
individual and chapter winners. the board of county commiss- ses,
anne Smith, Mearlean Georgia housing in the south city limits Department. Type II polio vaccine on beef will be donatedto a major traffic artery be-
Griffis and Tammy Denise Represented at the Field Day section, school bus routes and ioners. lumps of sugar at these loca- the governmentsponsoredschool tween the 1-75 interchange east
Thornton, all of Starke; Margaret will be youths from 40 FFA other items related to roads in Director Randolph Hodges I Refunds in the North Central tions and times: lunch program and to of Trenton and soon-to-be four-
Inez Miles, Lake Butler. chapters in 18 counties in North- that area. He said that after the said the distribution was the I Florida area: Union County Union Coun- needy persons receiving govern- laned U. S. Highway 19 on the
Feb. 21 -Patricia Louiseox east and Central Florida.A. meeting, the men toured the first under the 1963 law substituting ty High School and the Consoli- ment surplus food. west. '
Lake Geneva; Vida Lou Dy- R. Cox, executive secreta- section involved in the discus- an annual registration 'A 1 a c h u a, $4,453; Brad- dated (Negro) School, 2-5 p.m. If successful in strengthening
said the
al, Hester E. Zoltowski, both of sion.Cloutier certificate tax for the personal ford, $857; Clay, $1,387; G iI- Bradford County Bradford cattle prices, the government They SR 26 present widthof
Starke. Married folk usually get, said f the next step property tax on boats. Distribu- christ, $269; Levy, $746; Mar- High School auditorium and buying program could be ex- through Trenton would
Feb. 22'- Herman Junior along all right if only ONE is will be talks with County Engi- tion is made according to the! ion, $3,516; Putnam $2,344 and RJE High School in Starke, pected to result in higher retail present a hazardous conditionfor
selfish and number of boats in the I Union $89.
Lee, Starke; Louise I. Starling spoiled.By neer Roy county. noon until 5 p.m. prices of beef. i

Lawtey; Muril Marie English, Gilchrist County Courthouse The purchase program was The rezoned property from a
Maxville. in Trenton 9-11:30 a. m. announced Saturday by the Ag- residential to a commercial

Feb. 23 Patricia Kay Ter- RAN NEWBERRY'S LIGHT AND WATER DEPT. and 14 p.m. riculture Department after con- classification, is between First
rell, Arlene Ann Rowell, Seletta Clay County Schools ferences between the White Avenue West and the east city
Sparks Lee, James Ray throughout the county includ- House and Secretary of Agri- limits along SR 26. The com-

Crawford and Hilda Louise Mr. Red Retires After 50 Yrs. on Job ing Keystone Heights High culture Orville L. Freeman.The missioners said the rezonning
decision made at would
Houston, all of Starke; Cecil Ed- School noon until 5 p.m. was a not prevent residences
ward Smith, Hawthorne; Eu- -- Types I and III polio vaccine time when some senators-in- from being built in this particular -

gene V. Chason, Hampton.Feb. JESS MARKHAM year in Nashville, Ga., be- 'ed and shipped abroad, particularly when we shifted to diesel elec- have already been given in the cluding some influential Democrats area.
fore to I to Germany. tric and electric turbine water crash immunization program of were pressing a beef
24 Francis Louise NEWBERRY After 50 coming Newberry.A The city commissioners also
Waters, Maxville; Carol Dianne years in the same job, W. G. I "That all stopped when World pumps," he said. "Economyand these four counties which was amendment to the administra- agreed that recreational facili-
after the of tion's controversial wheatcotton
Smith, Starke. Red of Newberry has decided to year accepting job War I started in 1914, and it's not efficiency was the rea- spurred by an outbreak polio ties are needed for the youth of
with the Newberry light and water in Duval County last fall. bill which has run into
Feb. 25 Maude H. Griffis, retire and "take it a:sy and never been the same since son we shifted. Trenton and told representatives -
department, Red was offer- High percentages of the strong opposition in the Senate.
Linda Ruth Carter, both of catch up on my fishing." said Red. "The people scatteredand But thats all behind him now. popu- of the Woman's Club they
ed the superintendent's job lation received the first two The amendment would requirea
Starke; Jean Elaine Hall, Wal- "Fifty years is long enoughfor which he accepted and held until the population dropped to 800 "The greatest joy in being out types and sponsoring organizations much sharper reduction in imports would like to take part in sucha
there until
do.Feb. any man in one job, said his retirement last Dec. :1. and stayed" just recently of the job is not jumping with a are urging persons of all of meat than provided in program.
26 Mary Alice Sellers, the 69-year-old] Red. "But I .
start everytime the lights flicker
With the exception of a seven- to gain complete polio immunization agreements recently negotiatedwith
ages One of the first taken.
After the steps
Lawtey Alford Beresford Watson joyed it, or I wouldn't have war, mining was "
during storm, said Red.
month stretch in the dur- a the
army by taking TypeII Australia, New Zealand
by the commissioners when
for in 1920 city
Sr. lin- stayed so long.: tried again one year ,
Keystone Heights; "I intend and
to rest fish and
ing World War I, Red has never today. and Ireland, major foreign
and they reorganized for
but the of a new
da Yvonne Morgan, Starke. Red started to work for the discovery more "
just take things
left easy. the immunization
Newberry. Sponsors pliers to this country.
city light and water departmentof better deposits further south year was appointment of an ad-
BIRTHS Newberry onpec.. 24, 1913, When Red came to Newberry and overseas eliminated New- Red's first wife of 30 years visory committee to help with
Feb. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Leo died in 1956. She was the former, the development of Trenton.
from the
right after the 50 it berry phos-
plant opened, as years ago was a thriving, !
Miss Henrietta
George Thornton, Starke, a son, market. Logan of New-
night maintenance engineer. growing mining community.Hard phate berry. Fertilizer Firm Another innovation was the
Daryl Leo. had held a similar position for rock phosphate was minRetirees Limerock mining for road-bed
Feb. 22 -Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo .#t r ffAJflfeWt am mm h n -"'-- l_ material begain in 1920 and con- The present Mrs. W. G. Red is I remodeling a meeting room
Ray Starling Jr., Lawtey, a tinues today but it has never attained the former Mrs. Claire Freeman I in the city hall which wouldbe

daughter, Amy Louise Mr. and 4 ., ;! the volume of the prewar Paul of Orange Lake and Cuth- Sued by GrowerSTARKE :the big public.enough to accommodate
Mrs. Luther Eugene English, I phosphate mining. bert, Ga. /

Maxville, a son, Robert Wayne. According to Red, utilities i i Mrs. Red is a secretary and "We want the public to meet

Feb. 23Mr.. and Mrs. Ken- baP x t I rates have improved consid- bookkeeper for the Newberry Bradford County health strawberry plants, capable -I I with us," Rowland said, "and

neth James Terrell, Starke, a :erably since his early experience. Utilities Dept. She got the job by strawberry grower J. R. Wain- of producing a good yieldof 1 I we are trying to get them In
son, Curtis Monroe. accident five years ago on me- wright has entered suit againsta high-quality berries. And ,the habit of doing so."
Feb. 24 Mr. K S i "When I started, we were ter reading day, and stayed on. i
and Mrs. James tg fertilizer company asking for that the plaintiff fertilized, irri- The meeting time (on the
Lautence Lee, Starke a daughter 1"A !charging 15 cents per kilowatt "The regular girl quit and I damages totaling 186280. gated, tended and cultivated the I last Thursday of each month)

Donna Kay; Mr. and Mrs. hour (kwh) across" the board on was desperate" said.Red. "She Through his attorneys, Yawn 23 acres in a careful, husband-' was switched from nighttime to

William Calhous Smith, Starke i 1p metered volume, he said. "You offered to help and did such a and Shaw former market man- like manner and according to I: 1 p.m. "This gives us more time
i son, William Cal. \+! y 3. could also get a flat rate per good job I asked her to stay on ager Wainwright filed suit in good farming practices. !I to take care of city business"
Feb. 25 Mr. and Mrs. John month figured on the number of and the Council approved. Circuit Court Thursday against It alleges that the defendant Rowland said.

\lvin Waters, Maxville, a son, outlets in the house. She is now working for Red's Swift and Company claiming failed and neglected to deliver -
"Nowadays we drop down on damages of $36- fertilizer I The mayor pointed out that
John Alvin Jr. successor, J. W. Caldwell but compensatory i as ordered and that
a graduated scale until every- 280 and punitive damages of fertilizer delivered I Thursday afternoons are holidays -
Feb. 26Mr.. and Mrs.Chares they don't know how long she ,I so by the
Frederick Hall Jr., Waldo, a thing over 200 kwh only costs will continue working. $150,000. J I defendant was composed of ma- I for Trenton merchants"and

ion, Anthony Blain. two cents per" kwh regardless of "She has a home in Orange The complaint alleges that on terials and ingredients not in ac- courthouse officials and
the amount. Lake and I have here said or about Sept. 18, 1962, the plaintiff cordance with the representation that this might encourage more
one ,
DISMISSEDFeb. Garbage service is a flat $1.50 Red. "We don't know where ordered through Don Mac- of materials as stated on citizens to attend commission
20 -Mildred Mae Sapp, and minimum water charge is I Millan, Gainesville distributorfor the tags. meetings.
we'll live but the I
yet fishingsure
)zella Gothberg Mildred Mer- also $1.50, making a minimum is down Swift, 10 tons of fertilizer As a result, the complaint
there. I
good Other commissioners serving
ell Griffis, Mary Jane Reddish. monthly charge of $3 for both. guess to be used in the cultivationof states the plaintiff's yield was r
well just wait and see what with Rowland are Odell Mikell
Feb. 21 -Car 0 I Dianne ate, I But the maximum charge for about 23 acres of strawberries. decreased by more than 400
Marion Schofield J. C.
happens. R. ,
:mith, David C. Portman, Ha- .both is only $4.50, because all 'flats" (12-pint cartons) per
el F. Hopgood, Dessa Ophe- :water over 17,000 gallons is free. Red is a member of the New- It further alleges that each acre and a gross decrease in Sharpe and Hugh Hendrix. Mrs.
ia Barstis and son Glen David, JL 1 "This is the only place I knowof berry Baptist Church, which he ton of the fertilizer was to be yield of more than 9,200 flats Marzee Clifton is city clerk. ,

Virginia Nell Reames and son in the state that has this kind has served as a deacon for 20 composed of: tankage analysis, for the entire crop; also, that Speaking of the projects completed
landall C. z of set-up for water charge" he years but his wife is a Metho- 100 lbs.; Chicago sludge, 426 the quality of berries actually and planned Rowland

Feb. 22N e a 1 le Lorraine said. dist."It Ibs.; ammoniated superphos- produced by the plaintiff was said, "We hope this is just a
Uch, Vida Lou Dyal, Corine Jaet Since 1938, all electricity dist- works out just fine, phate, 784 Ibs.; sulphate of am- greatly depreciated and below beginning. There's a lot that
Roberts. ributed in Newberry has come though," he said. "We go to the monia, 24 lbs.; muriate of pot- the grade and quality which can be done if we just get up '

Feb. 23 -John E. Cox, Bertie from the Florida Power Corp. Methodist Church at 9:45 and ash, 132 Ibs. sulphate of pot- would have been allegedly produced from where we have been sitting -.
foods Dorothy Bagwell, Na- The city buys wholesale and re the Baptist services at 11 every ash, 157 lbs.; filler, 377 Ibs. bad the fertilizer beenas and get to work." ;

line J. Thornton and son Daryl] distributes."We Sunday morning. Two sermons And that on or about Sept. 28, ordered by the plaintiff and
eo. still have our Fairbanks- before dinner works out real 1962 the defendant delivered to as represented by the defend- \
Feb. 24 Paul Edward Morse diesel and we use it for nice. She con t r i butes to her tht plaintiff's farm 10 tons of Broo er. an ?
Star- ant.The
Pamela emergency power," said Red. church and I contribute to fertilizer purporting to be the plaintiff also charges the
tammy ng Denise Dianne Thornton.Feb. L. u k e, "Failures were frequent in the mine." mixture as described in 200 defendant with "gross negli- AppointedTALLAHASSEE

25 -Charlie C. old days but not so much any- Red is a Blue Lodge Mason sealed bags, each marked as gence and reckless disregard for .
Stand- more. and a past master of Ira Carter containing 100 lbs. And that the rights of the plaintiff and (AP) Gov.:'
erg, Florence Johns. W. G. Red, retired Newberry light and water superintendent "We're still ready to go on the Lodge No. 150 of Newberry. He I each bag had the legend, 100 heedless of the Injury which Farris Bryant announced Saturday -'
Feb. 26 -Laura Lucy Hall, places an affectionate hand on an old line if we're needed." also a past worthy patron of the I lbs. Swift Red Steer 2636 Fertilizer would result" and said the defendant the appointment of H. H.rOt
xlene. Rowell, Patricia Louise steam water pump which used to serve the city. The When Red started work backin Newberry Chapter, Order 488. delivered a fertilizer Everett of Brooker to the Bradford -'-

'ox, Joann J. Portman, Louie steam powered pump was "retired" by an electric 1913, steam was the primary of Eastern Star, and is a member -] The complaint states that the different from that ordered. County Development Aa-4
I. Starling, Patricia Kay Ter- pump in 1935. Red, after 50 years on the job, retired source. of the Lion's Club and local plaintiff applied the fertilizerto The plaintiff asks for trial by thority to succeed Carl Johns-

ell and son Curtis Monroe. last December. (Photo by Jess Markham) "We used steam until 1935 American Legion Post 23 acres of high quality, jury. resigned. :. I

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City EditorClif Swifts Premium Tasty

I Cormier, education writer ISA Mb. II
for The Sun during the past PLEASURE!I I D Dinner Franks. : 49'
year, had been named Sun city e t e pkg.
,1 editor.

, The yesterday appointment by Executive, announced Edi- SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN SOVT. INSPECTED J

tor Ed Johnson, is effective im .'X' ';' ,
Johnson said the promotion is /
based upon Cormier's able organization J I

coverage since of educational his joining news the .r:. Top Round Steak
staff on March 1, 1963, and the I
need growing from the paper's
increased emphasis on thorough
city-wide coverage during the
past several months. 89c
Cormier will continue to direct ,,

.I in The educational Sun. news coverage ..ti., y ra..a ro en PRICES EFFECTIVE t tt'

An honors graduate from the
3 University of Florida School of THRU NOON I'

Journalism, Cormier is a retired WED., MAR. 4, 1964 ,
I Marine Corps captain. k ???a"t R t
He has been an assistant in r r.a'i'* Y ..x
the University office of informa- 43 o fs:s
tional services, an assistant
\ publications editor at the Col. ,
$ lege of Engineering and a reporter EXTRA
1 for the Daytona Beach IF h ; IOOO FREE IOO

News-Journal.A native of Lake Arthur La., delicious buffet treat K Jw Green Stamps
Cormier joined the Marine k I with"it cevpoll..d,,,,chose oil !
Corps as a private in 1939. rose
\ to warrant officer during World f a qt. size $1.15 a
a (LIMIT 2)) ,
War II and was commissionedin rt "';N' Wodntcday March 4, SINV

\ He 1950.participated in the U. S. 14 CREAM CHEESE i

and assault Iwo of Jima Bougainville during, World Guam ;; :;

War II and in 1952 he was f'
awarded the Navy Commendation 3-oz. A J;l Green Stamps
Medal while commandingan 1 Oc M I with Alt coupe oaJ""cI.....(. ;
HW3. pkg.
artillery battery in the west- SKIP TILE SEALER
ern part of the UN line in Korea Est r qt. sixe $1.49
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Upon discharge he completeda WqL .a4 '
four- '
}ear course of study
here in three years and was recipient > 4 CROSSE & BLACKWELL i I
of the Sigma Delta \ ., ro [!50OOOlp TfEAm&o
Chi Achievement Award for
outstanding performance as an : DATE-NUT ROLL J" Green stamps
undergraduate. Sigma Delta Chi 5' << I - is a national journalistic pro- Y
fessional society.M .
king size $1.35
r s. Cormier (Dorothy)
teaches at Stephen Foster M reg. 1 0' SQQ.OOItQOOooQJIQoomB
School. The Cormiers have a tan : down produce ante .
daughter, Leslie Ann, 16. rs

.fix,. FIRM HARD GREEN 50 EF'flAA O I50

BarbershopQuartet lit ,.' J" Green Stamps
CABBAGEIb. I ..i4 Ai/*CM""ii.i4*tfrcii.o oh
25 ft. roll 33c

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Encouragement for S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A.the Preservation of Berber, the Shop and Society Mb.ctn. 10 EXTRAFREE

Quartet Singing in America, will Assorted FlavorsROYAL J" Green Stamps
harmonize here this afternoon.It'll ; -.14"I, u", ..4cla.......
sponsor a sing-ding in the Hunt's Delicious ( DECAF INSTANT COFFEE
city recreation center at 3 p.m. GELATIN 8_" 27'' )<:::> 5-oz. jar 99c
It's part of a move to organize MushroomUnderwood Sauce 2 cans WNnOd... March .. 144jf
a local group. C BrandSardines ". QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ'
Several quarters will be on ro9 5

stration hand for of the chorus sing. And a demon- Pk9 . .. . . 2 cons flat 39* EXTRAmso
singing will limit 6 with purchases of $3.00 or more I5
be. presented.. The operations Three Diamond Brand
r "Fred' --Breedon'"tv will, be explainedby Valley Brand White Meat Tuna 3 "/- .. $1 "( Green Stamps
u:e group. pres- PURPLE PLUMS Red Label cans I BAYER.....6i.cow..h"'ch..h ASPIRIN TABLETS I Ios.
on r-'-"< will be Marshall

Walsh. district -vice n, area president coun-; z'. 29 C K aro Syrup . . . . .1 i/ 31 to l l .*.;-100 March 79c.. 144 :

selor: and Norman Bolmger SNO-Tip i AlaskaSalmon OOOOOOOQ.QOQjQ.QiOlQ ,j
president of the Jacksonville tall

chapter. Penny Saver Pink LotionDETERGENT . . . . . . can 57 [ O EXTRA &O
The society now has about 900 UUU FRII! UUU
members in Florida. There are Deliciously) Different '..,

30,000 It's in a group the U.S.formed first in Minute Rice . . . .. pkl.45* i tOli*cov.o._Stamps 4*w/di..... I
1938 at Tulsa, Okla., by a sing- 3 22-O. $ Assorted Scents GladeAir LYSOL SPRAY DISINFECTANT
ing tax attorney.Locally 7-ox. size 98c
Neil M a yhew and size. Freshener spray 59*. WtfnMdy. March 1. 11&4
James . barnb S S
Northrop, former mem- OOOOOOQJQ.OJLQOOOOQ.Q
bers of the Orlando chapter are dairy S'JP I. ls. .{1: i:: <:?';:Ti.. 1J: r--J::
heading the organization move :::::" ::(: {f '\) \* J):j{. .t.1
ment. All men interested in join- Kraft's Velveeta : GAINESVILLESHOPPING
f1Y ; 1!
ing are invited to the
meeting. Sunday CHEESEPillsbury . .N. . 32-ox.leaf 89 t-f'' :. Iftlcomp' -r.. T.

Four in Ocala CrescentDINNER :. '% 1
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ROLLS . . . .. can 29 i
Killed in Fire /i \ ". My' :; % RKT.1 CENTER
vlgl to }j
OCALA (AP-Four) Negroes frozen foods t.
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burned t
fast-spreading to death fire Saturday, started whena by Pepperidge Farms Assorted Flavors titi..,....,,?.. ".'#,..,.. t.;:" : }; \! 1014 NORTH MAIN STREET
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the explosion of W: '. ', .aar .; .?, 9-9 M Oft. thru
a stove de-
PARFAIT CAKES P7 59 y : l rp L ; ; Friday; 9-7 Saturday
stroyed a home at Citra 20 miles . . . .
north of here.

fied The immediately.victims were Deputies not identi-saida ac'c.ent lipton's 1 lipton's I lipton's I liquid all I lux liquid l I handy.andy

man about 60 and three small seasoning) instant tea tea bags bulk tea detergent detergent liquid cleaner
A woman es- I
caped. t-.:. n. -U-ct. x)441. ,t. I 11.... isf .
29 $133 '
67' 45" 79' 57'
'ihe man, attempting to starta W. Ita.i Ike- ,k,. d,.. I ,I.. 811 69
fire in the stove apparently v
poured gasoline or keroseneover
live coals, officers said.
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Sunday March 1, 1964 Gainesville Sun R'sss

Versatile Tondelayo an Indian Indian who Tondelayo Joins according Volunteers to the tan of a father at who Boys'was., a I I He's Club worked in circuses and I I $ $ $ $ $$ $ s $ $ $ $ $SSS$ $sssssssSun's $ :$

claims has been to put speak on the 18 languages volunteer, Club's Dobbs Program speaks Director nine convene Charlie :United States interpreter 2nd 'Hot and I a Line'few movies, he says. 1

staff at Gainesville's Boys' tional languages, including Ger denied it.
TOKYO (AP-Tokyo) news- author strongly
Prizeword Puzzle Corner
Club. man, Hungarian Chinese Jap papers said Saturday Norman I "I don't know anything abouta

anese and Hindu, plus nine oth- Cousins told Japanese Prime hot line," said Cousins who te

He'll supervise the Saturday er Indian languages.He Minister Hayato Ikeda that has been mentioned as a possi,

Indian programs and teach says he was born In Yucaa ,Washington plans a "hot line" ble candidate for the Nobel I Last Week's GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULE

arts and crafts. trapeze artist mother. I with Tokyo, but the American peace prize. I 1. The prize for the correct solution to this Sundays PRIZIWORD PVZZLt
.I.IIf will be $300. If no correct solution Is received In this Sundays puzzle Shan Sz
PrizetvordExplanations In prize money will be added to next week's award, making next week's prta a=s.

2. If the winning entrant has been a tioma-deliverad subscriber 19 TM lull
for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. H mor* than'
1 Monday home-delivered subscribers Ihe bono will
n one correct puzzle Is received from "
be divided among them.

.Tuesday DUU"e( 3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved P1UlJI-
4 WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle h re
Wednesday CLUES ACROSS calved rest solution.the prize money will be divided equally! among those submitting trw .sr.

.. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine front Mcfe
clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
i 1. SORTS not ports. Every or use a good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile." Mechanical er otherwise .
"sailor has" reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skilL The
some "knowledgeof
decisIon of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
521 NW 13* Street VARIOUS SORTS," but GOOD OLE PETE agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
property of tpe Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
: there are "sailors" with a very
limited experience of ports. (With Beetle Cut) 5. Anyone except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their
may enter this contest.
I Some work in and out of just
$400 Offered .. After you have filled In the puzzle paste It on the back .. Sl tow-conf
one port. postcard. Mail It from a Florida postof Ica to Prizeword Pete, Gainesville Sun.
i HEINZ' P. 0. Box 57, Gainesville Florida or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Clrcv-
I 7. EARRINGS not earnings.The lotion Department Office 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries, to be eligible for the
prize must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wodnee.
( clue implies that she has day at e a.m. Wo are not responsible for entries lost er delayed In the ",an..
: YEAHYEAH Entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted.
1 NEa11 these, but it cannot be taken
:for granted that "a POOR wo 7. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries hi each week's contest.
KETCHUP man" has any earnings. Practi-
t. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
cally all women, "poor" or not, Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place Gainesville,
have EARRINGS of some sort. FII., during regular office hour .

EARRINGS, therefore, is a '. Winners. If any and correct solutions to this Sunday PRIZEWORD ,
PUZZLE will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE publlslle4 In MXt
more reasonable answer. Sunday's Gainesville Sun.

14 OZ. BOTTLE. 9. PUTTER not potter. "A YEAH M. Tbe Gatoeaville Sum reserve the rUfct to correct any typofrapfcioaf: >
carom CII' any other enon which may appear any publiah.d mata 1aI '
good PUTTER takes his time," is CGaDectioD with thia CO! te<<. .

iz! (Limit: One with your $3 or more, food order please) and measures up each situation."A Blimey, blokes, we're still
Puzzle No. 7
TOMATO good potter" j just goes holding the beastly bag! Boodle
KETCHUP ahead and makes his potteries. I that is amounting to a
WILSON'S" QUALITY SHORTENINGBAKERITE "Time" is not really a factor. i whopping $400. Wizard, what? Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

11. LOST not last. In the overall I must get a winner this weekor

staging of "beauty con- I'll jolly well go crackers. rB T I [r"e KED; .

tests," it is not customary for Come! give it a really rum go [ II
any girl to be placed last. and you take home the goodies. REA \OA x \

LOST is, therefore, more apt. We want to hold your Ha-ha-ha
\A\ j-l I S
hand and fill it with lovely lu
15. SLAM not slap. "Publicly !Ii
," as distinct from "in pub- cre. 1 L 'W

3 LB.CAN lic," suggests something doneas After a bit of a fracas the EI'10
C a public act such as press little woman agreed to let me

39 criticism. The clue, then, is keep the Beatle BoB (BooB, she T> b AST8 _

r better worded for SLAM than :calls it) to give you a bit cluck.

for slap. [The kind you'll need so words 'T> Y T \ K) A I IL

(Limit: One with your $3, or more, food order please) 17. TOMB not bomb. A bomb like strike GREED you out and again.GULLS won't j'j E TN _
"might easily have to be" DEFUSED -

: but hardly "opened up, A real rouser for a good show, i't I-: \ t G it

JIr\A..z.s with minute care." TOMB is chaps, for all of you who miss t .
A\\v\ E \\E
SEA BRAND Mr. G. 1-lb. more to the point. ed by only one letter. Remem- C

20.FINE not five. "FINE editions -her, Ole Pete wants no cropping I ES\L\ UR
his topping. Let's give it the Old
BREADED or the fact of HAVING
FRENCHSHRIMP GONE THROUGH "five editions School Try, rah rah and all that .. C T.:8M:

might help stress the ex rot! 1964 BELL-MCCLURE SYNDICATE ----

cellence of a book." Beatleville was really buzzin' If you are not now a home-delivered;

with 2620 entries last week, but scriber and would like to have The
21. WIRING not tiring. Tiring SUb-I I
started, please check box. Extra Bonus
FRIES is not a "kind of job." WIRING -look out for Latesville, and home-delivered subscribers. See Rule
makes make sure you are in time to
a straightforwardanswer.
10OZ. qualify. To add to my debut as Nam.Street

HALF QUARTPEPSI a songwriter, which was so well
23. SINGER not finger. received (?) (by the little wom- Number

2 $1 99cFAB "Holding up one finger" mayor an), we give you a real gas and .
pkgs. may not indicate "remon all that balderdash! City Stat Phone I
strance." It could, for example,
"Give ole Pete a rousing
that the
merely mean per- ,
,Prizeword Pete .
son wants to be heard. The Mail
Yeah to: Prizewerd Contest
clue is more generally apt of The Gainesville Sun
i SINGER. "Carry home the bloomin'Cash Box 57. Gainesville, Fla.

24. GREED not green. Des Yeah

6 BOTTLE CARTON pite the phrase, "green with "Just not cricket.That's CLUES ACROSS:
," there is no real link between '
envy the ticket 3. The realization that he had been could come like a
simply, green, as a col- .
or, and "envy." GREED and I get in on the Beatle Bash blow to a spy.

envy are allied, certainly. Yeah, yeah, yeah, 7. If not feeling too well, the average person might refuse It.

49. CLUES DOWN Just use your common sense 9. An inexperienced horse might easily at a difficult I

LARGE lOc and a bit jump.
3. SEAM not seal. You can,

as the clue implies, have a We don't pay in pounds or 10. Useful hints.
PKG. I I I would-be "airtight SEAM that pence or a wit
plus deposit is" not "airtight." On the other 11. For workers to be is actually normal enough In In
The Publisher will smile dustry.
hand, you have either a seal
( (Limit: One with $3 or more, food order please)
your (this term implying that it IS You'll take home a pile 13. There are times when failure to well ahead leads to

"airtight") or you just don't and Pete is off a-de fence. considerable disappointment.
have a proper SEAL.
"PURE PORK" So lads and 1 ass es do take 14. Supplied with food.
4. PROP not crop. Thereare heart
c characters who always 16. A tall spar.

need "a PROP of some kind," We know you're extra smartI
17. Time when the sun is up.
A farmer etc., depends on his
get to keep my hair
ROLL' crop not upon getting "a cropof 18. What a prisoner might be anxious to get.;
some kind." Thus, the Because I look so fair a
19. A shelter.
clue words OF SOME KIND, and you'll take home the portable

are actually pointless- in the cash in a cart 20. Some people might have occasion to discuss the merits of

LB. case of crop. different kinds of -.
I Moreover chaps if I've a win-

SAUSAGE 5. HINT not tint. The clue Is ner I promise no more rhymes 22. They need to be given a certain amount of exercise.

more complete for HINT. A unless you leave me in the .
HINT is a suggestion and "per lurch again! 24. Track star, who prefers mile, might consider running 220

haps" a "subtle" one. On the too much for him.
(Limit: 2 with your $3 or more, food order please) other hand, a tint is "a sugges As usual, the list which contains
tion" OF SOME COLOR. the correct words to the 26. There may be nothing to choose between the merits of two

puzzle, plus an assortment of local -. a

; % "GOLDEN RIPE" 6. OGRE not ogle. An OGRE others to maintain the competitive -27. Quite certain.
"is" certainly "not" a pleasant spirit, will appear in the .

:;_ character but there ARE girls, Monday edition. 28. When people are aggressive, it doesn't always achieve Its

for example, who might RELISH object.
& : r1 BANANASIb. an ogle (defined as: "an ,

impertinently familiar glance"). YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! CLUES DOWN:

8. GULLS not bulls. GULLS, 1. Men will not be unless there is some good reason

\\e certainly, since they have to for it, of course.

FIND their food. Just the word, SORTS BEG 2. You couldn't honestly recommend one you knew to be un
bulls, as opposed to a bull 0 EARRINGS reliable.

9c moose, say, implies cattle I G 3 nO B H Q
which may simply browse, ra: U G3 PUT R 4. An actor's part.

zrZ ther than "forage," since theyare [LtOlSlTBRnncs U 5. Animal that purrs.
usually well fed by their |L CAS P R6S

owners. H D 93Sa 6. A busy scientist will hardly waste his time in -

. I ES S L theories which are obviously faulty anyway.
"Fun Both"TIDY 10. RUBBLE not rabble. It is

"PALMOLIVE" SOAP TOYS each 69 very doubtful that a rabble will n rancnBiaaaEi 8. Crazy. .
be THERE long enough for
formal discussions between an- N N 1 G IR 12. Not on time.
"Your Favorite" Ajax- Reg. cans
thorities. RUBBLE is a more 21 15. There's quite a contrast when you step from a passage I

2 Reg. Bars .A 1C CLEANSER 233'"Fcxd reasonable answer. into a nice, cheerful room.

Wrap"-25 ft. roll 16. LIVING not loving. Specifying 20. The top of one could be used as an Improvised card table.
"poppy' points to LIV Solution Last Weeks

2 Both Bars 31c BAGGIES roll 43< ING. Loving is weak, since 21. If difficulties and delays are great, it"may begin to lookas
there is ,no such thing as an if an expedition isn't going-to get started.

UNloving "token of affection."
- fear that
22. For

50 EXTRA 23. Appear to be. ,
50 EXTRA I I .
GOLD I and GOLD With this coupon and
coupon "
Wittw coupon and mlthis o* the purchase of 25. Abbreviation for "Alabama.


DETERGENT Coupon CLEAR 11 29c eL Good Thru bonle DISH at Wed."THRIFTWAY". March STAMPS 4 Only C ouD-PAPERS SHELF 11 98c Good n. rails at Wed"THRIFTWAYThrg March STAMPS 4 Only Coupon CHOPS 99c LB.Good Thru "THRIFTWAY"Wei. March 4' Only J $.$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ r H




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k. k ABBY 5E. IF 1HE WATER t 15it'T 14AMEP R.'t E I
k.I DEAR NEOJS FOR (00.- i
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r "_ < : I KURT AN V OF WORKS.EYERY 1lH55ffM5O:AY 19 A BiT!
1MM+t's ,.., prtklcm For a |... rn VDURTHIN6S.5NOOPV l (t r

ml nay, writ to Abby, lox 1365.l F }

r He's Powerful 1 .Y.rly Hills. Calif., '0212, awl

i 1ac11l4. a MH-iMrtwtd stamped .... z ;
I *.1.,.. Afcky t answers ad mail.DEAR .
i : Abigail Van Buren Q.,
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;; only white socks. She said be had some kind of jungle fungus ty1 AMR iS u1t a ? .', THANKVOU NOWE DEMAND INVESTIGATE.
ABBY: When my daughter was in college, ahe LADIES-BUT: 11-4100R NAME '
while he was in the Marines, but be's over that now. For a girl UGH.-TAKE BE. CLEARED US/
eloped with 6-foot-2, eyes-of-blue football star. We were upset THE BRmSH MAIDEN LADIES'
who couldn't stand the good clean odor of onions cooking, this PATRIOTIC SOCIETY WANTS THE WORLD YOUR WORD OFFICIALLY: !! INVESTIGATE)
at first, but got over it. Here's the problem. Every time takes the cake! Love isn't only blind-it smells. What do you TO KNOW NONE OF US IS THE FOR IT L' INVESTIGATE US!! psi o
they'stay over night with us, I have to air out all the bedding CRIMINAL.'.'
: i afterwards. My son-in-law baa a very obnoxious odor to his MIDWEST MOM =

I feeL'.It'' about knocks you over. penetrates the mattress and

I blankets, too. The sheets I can launder. I've asked my daughter DEAR MOM: Your soa-in-Uw needs desperately to see a
to tell him to do something about !it and she says there is doctor And if be bunt sense enough to go voluntarily, find ==

: nothing he can do. He washes his feet twice a day and wears somebody who Is f-foot-3 to drag him there. <

O CD Bonanza ':&5 CD Hi, Neighbor (color) It-i
(Color) "Love Me Not. O News, Weather
An Indian chief presents 7:15 O Ranger Hal ---..------- --- ... ._--- .

Ben with a white girl 7:50 O News
held captive by the Paiutesfor 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo t
Ben: t:.. I) Divorce Court
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Lome Greene. Adam: Per- O Bachelor Father // CARD PARTY TONIGHTWUZ t
jr nell Roberts. Boss: Dan CD Romper Room E-c I Ii

Blocker. Little Joe: Mic- O People Are Funny = .\ t ten
hael Landon. CD Jack La Lanne

10:00 O Candid Camera 1:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland

a Newt i
ING GUARD Documentary
ID Waldo Norris l
SUNDAY MORNING "The Enforcer," Hump- 11:25 O CD News Ii 1 1

7:00 B Living 'Words, hery Bogart, Zero MosteL (Special Color) Documen- 11:30 O CD Word For Word 1 0 / Jr7P0
7:05 Religion Is Relevant 4:00 O O Wonderful tary on the Establish- a I Love Lucy lns.

j 7:30 Q Gospel Caravan World of Golf ment in Britain. 11:110 D ConcentrationO '1) \ ,

1:30 CD Gospel Songs 5:00 O CD Wild Kingdom "The Du Pont Show" wilt Price Is Right --...- --
O Sen. George Smathers O Alumni Fun not be seen. O Physical Education
1:35 O Sen. 'Spessard 1:30 O Jacksonville Forum. 10:30 O What's My Line? 11:30 O CD Missing Links MOTHER NEWBORN BABE "' Holland ID Ozzle And Harriet 11:01 O News a Pete And Gladys'Elementary AND A'MAID FROM THE NO LONGER CAN KEEP SPACE COUPE.FOLLOW LUCKLESS TRIO?

>:00 Q You Are There 6:00 O Twentieth Century ID News 12:00 8 CD First Impression BENEATH THE DEADLY WHITE 3O .1 ; o. v .vZ q O o'
O Showcase Ken Knight O CD Meet The Press 11:15 O Movie (color) OF A BLIZZARD. ., qo fl o4

1:23 O Children's Hour 6:30 O CD News, Weather "Louisiana Purchase." A" O Love Of Life

O Gospel Songs SportsO senator decides to investi- O High School Chemistry
CD Together ,We Worship Mister Ed gate the activities of a 12:25 O News
10:00 O Wire Service 7:00: Q Bill Dana young man who is him- 12:310 CD Truth or .
O Lamp Unto My Feet CD Patty Duke self the victim of four ConsequencesO i v w cp v o. p, ?

ID This is the Answer O Lassie crooks. In return, the Search For Tomorrow

10:30 O This Is The Life 7:30 O CD Disney's World young man tries to com-12:45 O Guiding Light
ID Frontiers of Faith (Color) "The Legend of promise the senator with O Let's Speak Spanish

11:00 0 Image U.S.A. Two Gypsy Dogs" recounts a beautiful young woman. 12:55 O CD News '
O Church Service the nomadic ad- Bob Hope, Vera Zorina, 1:00 O News A \.0.. 0.--1. O Q O.. o .. o ;'. .oQ-Oc. ni 0 n J

ID Bold Journey ventures of a daredevil Victor Moore. O Midday

11:30 O Flight Hungarian pointer and an CD Changing Times CD Local News
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Operation 1040: gary. Written, photogra- "Deep Valley." Set in the O Leer Y Escriblr THE MANS VOICE, RIGHT HERE/ A L ya
Your Income Taz-Panel phed and directed by Big Sur Mountains, southof 1:30 O Science M155 GALE?

ID Bugs Bunny Hungarian naturalist 1st- Monterey, the film tells O As The World Turns <
12:30 O Oral RobertsO van Homoki-Nagy in his of a shy mountain girl who I, CD Ernie Ford

Movie native land. Narrated by dwells with her bitter 2:00 O CD ,Let's Make A Deal '. / I1 r }
\ "Monkey Business"ID John vanDreelen.O family and of a young O Password
Movie My Favorite Martian o D f t
convict serving on a road 2:25 O CD News' :
"Tarzan and the LeopardWoman" 1:00 O Ed SullivanVarietyAnita gang nearby. Ida Lupino, 2:310 CD Doctors
Bryant, Jack Carter Dane Clark, Wayne Mor- I O Home Party
1:00 O Christophers uajaajQUBA odor ris, Fay Bainter, Henry 3:00 O CD Loretta Young znTeri"
1:30 O Frontiers of Faith ':30 O CD Grind! Hull, Willard Robertson. O To Tell The Truth
2:00 O Star And The Story 9:00 O,Judy Garland MONDAY MORNING 3:25 O News =:
O Florida Basketball Jane Powell and Ray Bol- AND AFTERNOON 3:30 O CD You Don't Say !

Sloan ger guest. Judy and Ray 6:00 O Slimnastks O Edge Of Night
O Wild Kingdom recall their O Sunrise Semester
performances 4:00 O Match GameD MR.BUM5TEAD. > HOW COUTA A LITTLE WELL.5HE WAS J I 5HOUL0 YE
Marlin Perkins in "The Wizard of Oz" ':10 CD Continental Classroom Secret Storm LOOK AT THE EGG ( BITTY BJFD LIKE THAT t+ JCFt BIGGER KNOWN BETTER n
2:30 O Sports Spectacular (Ray was the scarecrow) ':15 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals I MY PET HOMMINGBIRPJUSTtAlP, S LAY SUCH A BIG EGG? Bt ORE r THAN TO ASK Js
"African Game Safari with "We're Off to See ':30 Q World Civilization 4:25 O News -t 0 7 sit:LAIV

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O Topic Only Had a Brain." Jerry ':35 O Sunshine Almanac o Yogi Bear IT'a
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker Pfc


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The IJ'11bt in the Street '


Writs tJDt'k tJHmr.WASHINGTON here?" He asked, more by way but crusty Yankee Republicans. overripe opinions. The faint STOWAWAY, WHO ARE YOU* r E ,

The Man in of calling attention to it than "Ah," he sighed, "it isn't odor of mildew oozed into the tt
the Street had spent several of requesting permission.He easy being the Man in the room.

.days shuffling around the block, had had a thankless win- Street these days. Nobody wantsto. "You're not going to haul out

looking morose and heavy with ter, he said, plodding main know, anything except which that old opinion about the national t yw

undelivered opinion. Finally, street and the highways and by- Republican" candidate you fa- debt in here, I hope?" =:
there was nothing to do but of America. There vor? The man in the street chuckled. *sv
ways were no <
raise the window and invite him "And which one do you "I've never tried to understandthe
up for a pot of tea. interviewers left out there to favor?" argument about the national :az

.. He lumbered in, wheezing and talk to the Man in the Street; He winked and patted his bag. debt," he said, "but I recognizea
:muttering under his enormous all of them were wintering in "
"Between us, he said, "I'm crackpot when I see one, and Y :
burden of m i sinformat i Ion. New Hampshire, and theyweren't not too partial to any. Thereare only a crackpot says that debt's "; ; EE'Yc'ER MIZZ YOU HAVE BEEN T I SAY TO LEAVE JUST .KNOW WNEN I Kc THEY ONE\ SORMANYnffYVtULO WECASTl KL1.V5,6UT
"Mind if I ,this down interested in anybody FRIEND TO ME THEM YOU LIKE K-CR \
thing THEY
put too many for the Man in good for you. SAH. AN'MY PEOPLE/ eo J i SHOOT YEEK SAH TlVc PK1VC AIR I LEAVE ] NOT OUR
the Street to keep track of. On He -you eo IN PUScurcANci IN SKY fOX MAYBE
was beginning to pull out v, MY HUSBAND YC6R SAH TO OP5SCAPE. PIE... A NITE-srATE.J FLOCK'/WE SHALL
POA SAL GRAD television I usually declare for other equally aged opinions, andit o III THAT ALL 15COMMANDER OFODArDJ. NOW! SOUND .' GOB ANDRETWNj

: -i UCI6RAGE HGROREBUKER Senator Goldwater; for news- seemed best to distract him I4AVYo D N.I ,.-, '\- f
APER papers I like Harold Stassen, with a compliment. "It's mar- z seJ i
ACROSS EGER t10R ATE'' and for the private polluters I velous, really, that you've resis- < v
Idolater 29.Dtlayl11 R A Y C O T E R I E SA lean toward Rockefeller on odd ted the temptation all these F '"'
6.Word of law A .1
Unrefined R numbered days and Nixon on years to try to understand the / 1
12.Branchof honor metal S T A R A D D the even. argument for deficit spending. W ,i

32.Spoken PLATTERS MOT "A couple of weeks back, I Suppose you let yourself become -
peace I
13. Telephone I 0 N END NAP was trudging the highways and informed about it. You might w
: Morning
LUG 5 S E R E t1 E R -
part byways when an interviewer have told Congress that unbal- .
prayer E-4
14.Sweetheart 38.Lever in a ACLE Uh I FORM stops me and asks, 'Where do anced budgets were sometimes cr Hk'' *
15.Hidden loom you stand on Governor Scranton good, and then the economistswho _
16. Enzyme 39.Black SOLUTION OF YESTIRDAT'S PUZZLE / I says to him, 'Governorwho have been arguing the case
IT!Anoint cuckoo ?' 'Governor would have decide i tYp ,
fish 5. Oil of Scranton he to whetherthe s ; ITS SOMUPPVAN 7 = I ltow. ,
'' 19.Sea lettuce 40.Jewish ',. says. 'Governor of what 'I theory was as sound as they l TI115 K SARGE'S VfJNDEi: ? BUT IT HAS T>JS ISRE
Slacken ed
.. orange
20. Outcome ascetic blossoms ask. 'Governor of Pennsylvania,' had been saying." FAYCZITE: BIW tAC Way ROCKY ;:: BEST BULLETIN '

22.Haw. 42. ConskUa.DOWN 6.Survey he says. 'Well.' I says 'He He nodded. "All sorts of peo- a CA'J'T F END EYW A t TREE. 1
garland bon !.Arctic 7.Macaw sounds to me like the sort of pie might have had to start M.y .
23.Hold oa 44. Solid: 2.Eur.had 8.Girl'nameproperty man the Republican Party I I thinking shout what they were; -<
comb.form, 3.Donates 9.Doge needs. I have ==
25.Clayey soft 45.Diacritical Prayer absolutely nothing talking about, he agreed. "That
'medal "
against him. sort of
26.Spouse mark head thing puts enormous
f. 10.More The Man in the Street seemed strains on a government.
r extensivell.lnTolre uninterested to learn that He looked a O v -
I Z J s e 1 d 9 10 n his modestly heroic. It r
answer had made Scranton a seemed a good moment to ask E-c

.: It 13 21.18.Entry Rubber tree formidable candidate. He was him a policy question. "You'renot Doff

tilt- IS 24.New tar beginning to savor his cup of going to change your. pin- 241 -
25.Blemish: selfpity."I ion on Cuba, I presume. I mean, ==
I I'l"IT: 16 /: 25.Una- know a lot of you peoplein with the election approaching, !
h h laming Washington joke about me you will have to consider whether

l 0 21 'l'ifv!.: / /// tl. 27.Arras when I'm working the highwaysand you want the government to fb THISSfCRETAIn.JUJXSe PAWER'S y _TEa HIM ITOWN HAVE TO
28.PrarllBgproblem byways. The Man in the 'I start thinking on such a deli- Tat nj.TO STOP WORRYING ) eoooA6CXTT ? THIS !S SONA LEAVE FOR A FEW
{ { 43t ZS' Street,' you say. 'What does he ,cate matter." ,., M1E HE .' I WONT G&Rl, / WILL YOU 6tVE PAYS..THAT I WON'T tJa
z' IT. ra / 11 ;30 / '/ 'l.h SO.Distant know?' You think it's easy for : He laughed and by way of W Air v fes_ EVENII46.j !
t7rh S3.Sureties me out there, walking around I answer leaned over his bag
J/ //J 'lJ 7 s 34if 34.Positive trying to stay badly informed put his ear to the mouth and

Jc 'II 36 3} clccuicpolc about the state of the world and said Listen." =:
3S.1tQcd secreting powerful emotional A tiny voice, 'true and firm i<
4' t /z 42. 43 ,37.Encaljptwseoetloa opinions to guide the govern- but very, very remote'was bare- :

41 45 38.Man'i ment -." ly audible within, crying Q.c1
name "Nonsense. Everybody knows "charge!" '

i r- 47tPofMra 41.New: that you're I doing vital work..*' The Mann the Street smiled. 1Q

comb.form He loosened the drawstring to That's right he said, "Teddy
.3Q Wa. Af****.*.,.* I-t9 43.Narrow his bag and groped inside among I Roosevelt. Some things never

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Sunday, March_1,_ 1964. .Gainesville Sun 5C

'Grand Pas, music by Glaz- .again conducting. Both two lat inality of Billy the Kid, with
I Ir ounov, choreography by Balan- ter works fully equalled the'fights and galloping hordes its\\
chine Franklin, and featur-
CHORDS first two, excepting for the orig housewives planting seed. IT'S U nGREGORY
ing Dianne Richards and Royes 1 .
Fernandez, remarkable artists. I $ I UNFORGETTABLE

r I And DiscordsBY Walter Second Hagen, Billy conducted.the Kid, choreography -I 1 t TATE: 5 Shows 1:00.3:00.5:00 I IT SWINGS FROM HILARITY TO I

Lonng, music, Co P-\ .7:00*9:00 HEART-BREAK AND BACK AGAIN! I II
land, featuring John Kriza asl 1 I
VERB RICHARDS I Billy Ruth Ann Koesun as I
.. Sweetheart, and many excellent|f I I I II
performers both in dancing 1!I 1
By VERE RICHARDS I for sponsored acts. There were ance, Ross Lee Finney's String and drama. i i I II
f Advance Notice: The National several unsponsored groups Quartet No. 4 with its delightful The "Western" I "
vigorous action -:
" Federations of Music Clubs,'and six girls from Westwood poignant melodies and delir- '
done without
was I II
Florida branch, Suwannee Dis-'Junior High so it was an- ious speed, balanced by slow except costumes, with gun-fire props 1i 1I'i I \ Ja
f trict, will have its Junior Festival nounced "The Villagers" received -and sustained power m o v e- obvious but with imaginary I
/ on March 7. Students of the trophy for this divi- ments ending in a wonderful di- I
guns. The excellent and alert I !
member teachers only can per- sion, doing a very attractive minuendo. orchestra, conducted by Walter
voice, Dr. number.Of I I I Ii
form. : I Beethoven's String QuartetNo. Hagen with great skill made w a
Elwood Keister UofF Chair- the single Ramon 7 made latter I
performers a splendid you hear them. It was a sup-
man of vocal and choral activi- Servia with "International half. The whole program was erb and unusual performancefor II PECK-ToNY CURTIS I i
ties, piano, Russell Danburg,I Potpourri" received the trophy remarkable for. the individual I ballet. I I
also of U of F Music Depart-!:>for singles. Lanita Hogan sang perfection of playing, and the Pas de Deux from "Flow 'CAPTAIN NEWMAN, .
ment. Mrs. Otis Nelson is two straight American baladsin complete togetherness of flaw- I
I I er Festival" was the third act,I I I
; Chairman of the Festival. good style and well receivedand less timing. It is an excellent featuring Toni Lender and ANGIE DICKINSON BOBBY DARIN
Advance Notice: District Con- the Boys Club gave an excellent -combination, and is billed! Edward Gayle Young, William Brohn I o'j TECHNICOLOR ,
test for students of teachers belonging pantomime number.I Troupin violin, Tna Claire I conducting: fourth, Theme and:: .. I
I to National Associationof I There was enough good mater-I Forbes, violin, Robert Schieber,I Variations, Music by Banda ASTOR PltOOUCIlCM IN:nMI bl Presents FRANZ IW1'J OTROIY rn. .KW1IS A9IE MORiAIJ II WE.THAI ElSA MARTNIELU OtMi. WUUJkr PLUS LISTON CLAY _
Singing March 8, Judge for ial for five shows. viola, and Marie Henderson, sky, featuring Susan TChaikow-j j "ADE1UE RDBMS011AIVM TAWiIIOfF IIId ROIlY SCI1IIEIOEII r*ORSOW SL'lWif MLLES ROIl.. FIGHT FILMS!
ett.this district, Dr. Delbert Sterr- 'cello. '.Richard Beaty, Brahn. MJXAMMC SALKIMO I
Tuesday evening Feb. 25th,
Advance Notice: Performances -
the Florida String Quartet, pres- The University of Florida Ly-
of Broadway com- ented by the U of F Departmentof !ceum Council presented Wed-
edy, "Brigadoon by the P. K. Music STOC" UP & SAVE NOW..ON THESE
Yonge Chorus on March 13th gave a delightful program nesday night, in the auditorium,
featuring Mozart's String the famed American Ballet The-
and 14th in the P. K. Yonge auditorium -
under the direction of Quartet in B flat major, playing I atre, a very large company of
with excellent tone and bal fine artists, in four productions,
Ed P.Carwithen K. Yonge., choral directorof tSAYINGS- .- .- nwimtlvi


The International Talent I t' iJ i
Show, held Feb. 21 in the Uni- 7:15&9:15
versity auditorium was an interesting -

were two performance.large sponsored There WIVES & LOVERS"with !

groups-a variety show, spon- Janet Leigh"Donovan's
sored by the India Club, and I
four group numbers beginning I I Reef11with
with the Latin Cocktail, sponsored -
the Latin American John
by Wayne
Club. The India group presented FLA.or GA. GRADE. 'A' FRESH
several most unusual and
attractive dances, ritualistic
one -
and both with
striking costumes -:
and songs and instrumental -!

numbers.The The Meat Ball HEROThe
Latin American numberswere I ImIJ FLYERS
carnivalistic and abounded -!
in sparkling music. These!
two groups tied for the trophy: most delicious mouth watering sandwich 9 .
in town is now on the menu at
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Confound Court I I dow Come and down buy to them the win-Hot t LB

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LONDON (AP) A divorce C ( )
case gave the judge and court sack full! ORPHONE! 60 i z {F LIMIT-3 _
stenographer a tough time Fri-
day. The plaintiff was named 6-1252 WITH
Millar the defendant was PHONE FOR FREE DELIVERY 52500R
named Millar-Ford the cores MORE
I 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m.ALAN'S
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Michael Millar, 26, a singer
known professionally as Emile BAN AheUfo&t
adultery with his secretary, -

Miss Constance Mellor detective, 22, at-, Delicious Sandwiches In Toicn LB5189 HOT DOG BUNS
tested to by a private BEEF 5FRANKS
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CC Gainesville Sun Sunday. March 1. 1964 .

It It 1; Fort: Pierce Smoking-Cancer TV Show Slated I THEREIS WANT-AD RATESPH.

t Beach Erosion I

1t I I I A special television programon before area audiences Tuesday,]!:ty Hospital in Melbourne; and Cancer Society.Dr. 372-8441

I Project Okayed the relationship between (Ion the University of Florida educational -: Dr. James Dailey who :serves on I Wheat will discuss the forClassified II:

television WUFT-TV the staff of Alachua General
I smoking and lung cancer comes smoking and lung cancer problem -
WASHINGTON AP) A I, -- (Channel Five). Munroe Memorial Hospital in = OnlyDEADLINES .
( beach erosion project at Fort Ocala and the Williston Hospit '' from a surgeon's point of I

I Pierce has been approved by Can RegisterAt Set for 9 a.m., the 30-minute al. !view; Dr. Waid will attack the WORTHWHILE

( the Board of program will include an award- !problem from the viewpoint of I
Army Engineersfor
Rivers and Harbors. Congressional g Class winning film "Is Smoking WorthIt Dr. Dailey is also DistrictVI pathologist and educator and Tues.for thru ads 90 per-5 In Sun.p.m.paper Day-U:00 before..m.publkailon Sat. '

'F approval still is ?", and a panel discussion by Medical Director of the Flo- Dr. Dailey will take the posi- I for aol to 90 In Mn. paper-1 p.m. Sat.

needed. Anyone who missed the registration three area medical authorities.It rida Division of the American tion for the family physician. I (Minimum ad 4 lines)

for the "all breed novice is sponsored by the Ala-, FAMILY RATES

Under the plan, there would obedience class" sponsored chua County unit of the I liuertton ............................................... 3c line
be': O-SO cooperation between the by the German Shepherd Cancer and Amed-\\ Jim Richardson Insertions .............................................. tic line
federal and local can Society, Insertions .............................................. 17c line
governments Dog Club can register their of the Channel Five READINGIN I 1J I'jeriton* ...,...._. ..,..,.........'". ..,..... .......,. 1*: tin
on*the first 12 miles of beach dog at the first class Tues- Your Service." a Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat earned
I INTEGRITY x number of insertions. i
south of Fort Pierce Inlet and I
Participating in the panel discussion .
70lper cent federal and 30 percent day.The
the film will
following l
local for the next mile of class will be at 7:30 p.m. ]' is NOTfor I 5 Fire totter words per line
be Dr. Myron Wheat associ-
I shoreline known Lion Club at Florida Pest Control.A g
.t as g
4 ate professor of surgery in the sale
Beach Park. Same as 211M' I
I health certificate liability University of Florida College: of a Pt. .ordinary type

Federal aid for construction 'insurance number and a $20 fee+I Medicine; Dr. Margaret Vote For RICHARDSONCity I Iii 12 Pt Same IS 3 lines ;I

.= and maintenance over the next I'are required to participate in: a pathologist on the waid// Commission Group 1 THE I Ordinary type I!
a 10 years would amount to $592- the training class. It will run'I Alachua General Hospital in Same as 4 lines
I I 18 Pt
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I Ordinary type
000. for several vteeks. Gainesville and Brevard Coun-1 I i

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e ordinary type

The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible' for more Man'! one
SAVE Incorrect insertion nor will it be liable for any error In adver.
qT t WANT tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu
BONo I It G pied by the item In the advertisement No adjustment will

!I!!!; the be made advertisement.The on errors. that do not materially effect the 'value of (

Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising' or re-
ADS : letting any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and t*
I change the classification of any advertisement from that or -
1- dered to conform to the policy of the paper.

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11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 13-Help Male or Female-

White 5"S CLASSIFIEDDial LADY with account receivable

experience typing essential age WANTED cook full or part tl", .. Ii
Apply Texan
20 to 45. Apply to Mrs. Kates' Hawthorne. Barbeque 481-:6SS.
4tQ office at s.WAITRESSES .
Op A1L5 '
STO WANTED both 14-Sales Help Wanted
shifts. Apply; in person to Kitchen
Manager. University Inn. PIG MONEY IN
1-Lb. OWN
WANTED waitress for evening shift.S Build your bIg
to 8. Experienced preferred. paying house to-house route busl-) ,
3764672Announcements ness steady Income
210 C Univ Ave. Tower House. with over 250 finest for qualify life

training and experience In analytical Beautiful packages fast sellers. il
chemistry & bacteriology Guaranteed Start others selling I.'
REG. 79< W-0 preferred. Call 376-6401 for appt. advance to Distributor Write your

Corned Beef 59' GENERAL office position open for. plans IIlIn,.. experience Dept. N, Old Tampa 97 Com Fla.
1*a Lb. young lady with America largest 33605
lewelers. Full company benefit

E;t w y } REG. 59! r ALL MEAT 1 LOST tr FOUND be*.willing good to starting work all Saturday must 16-Work Wanted Female

Apply Monday to Mr. Gar-
4 # Copeland Franks 49 LOST: Cat brown large long rett. Zaies Jewelers. No phone WANTED |lob as a practical nurse .
q ; f u,. haired with blue eyes. NW sec calls please.HOUSEKEEPING. and CaU3760569WILL companion. Have own car.

tion. Reward. _
Phone 376-0963- _
?* *." SUPERVISOR"Female
v a REG. A9t SWIFT
LOST Close to Cotton's Minit- age 35-45 high school do j ironing In my home.
Kosher Franks 59' Mart N. E. 8th Ave. German graduate. Night shift. Supervisory Call 26668NVELOPE
.. w wen .u,. Shepherd. 5 weeks old. Black experience desirable. Salary -
with white and brown in face commensurate with education and addressing and professional -
and feet. FR 66514. experience. Liberal fringe bene- typing to your specifi
fts.: Contact Personnel Office, cation. Reasonable' rates fast
LOST three rods and reels on Alachua General Hospital. service. Write Box 362.A, Games-
sawdust pile. $10 reward for re- villa Sun
turn. Glenn Yates. FR "-154 .
12 Mele Help Wanted
Dtxle Darling Dinner Dixie Dorling CmnomonBUNS LOST white female German Shep 18 Schools fir Instructions
herd, In the vicinity of NW 2lst
: ROLLS Dr. between 7 d a A.M. Wed SALES HELP WANTED man willing I
: nesday. Reward. Please call to work some evening sale*. 1st Lesson Free
376-4627 or after 6 PJM. 376-7W. Salary & commission company Harvey's Real Estate

S rsl. i 12Ct.Pkg. 8-Ct. 29 LOST: S.W. section. 4 month old Company benefits. Apply 216 W.Manager Univ.' Singer LICENSE COURSE
0 Ave.-
? German Shepherd. Black and tan. BUSINESS COLLEGE
-:w r" Pkg. Reward. Phone FR 2-0522 or WANTEDAUTO 219 372 3727'W.: Unlv.' Ave FR *"SS7'

.. REGULARLY 2 FOR 25< 1 1 REGULARLY 33! SMALL 6-8366. Black male cat. White ience not SALESMEN necessary Above(2)). exper average --M :'WOMEN AOl H-Se-

marks on neck and lower belly. earnings. Good working con Wanted Immediately
ditions. Contact Sales To Train For
Name: Sambo
N.W. 14th St.
e* ,I..Iliaix. Reward. 3727489. RIdgway Motor Co. 1132 S. Main CIVIL SERVICE
St. FR 28433. Offering
y Good pay more security vacation
EXTRA FANCY 4 Personalised Services WANTED experienced reliable and sick leave pay.
serviceman for major electric For free Information and
State Red DeliciousAPPLES appliances. Firm establish local Interview write
Washington LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention for 25 years. Good salary/ and American Service
MExtrt Top Vita Stop* to nervous or elderly., good working conditions. Permanent Box. 341-M Gainesville Sun.
Easy Way Driving School. FR work. Apply In Person.
M WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 27002. Lie by State of Fla. 19 S.E. 1st St.FROrrrndme. -GET INTO CIVIL-
SERVICES. 4004 S.W. John Beam visualiner. Transmission
Men-women IS and ,
over Securelobs.
specialist. Guarantee
Shrimp Street. Phone 3763733. salaryand High
bonus plus other benefits pay. hours. Advancement.
eooo THMJ MAMCM 4TMAT WILL care for elderly gentlemenin ; Established franchise dealer. Prepare by home
quiet private home. 12 yrs. Call Starke Fla. 964-331 from study for local', stale and federal
ANY WINN-DIXIE 6Ix a hospital experience. Phone 376- I am. to f ".m. exams. For FREE information
11 Il.k.. ylak? 6571. write Lincoln Service, Box 307M
SERVICE Manager for established Gainesville Sun.
COMING TO GAINESVILLE franchise dealer. Guarantee salary
Natures own Beauty Secrets by and bonus, plus other bene
Vivianne Woodward Cosmetics. fits. Call Starker Fla. V643391 FREE COURSE IN LIFE
exclusive personalized service from 8 AM. to 5 PM. INSURANCE
and distributing director. -- -. ._ Enrollments are now being accepted -
food order 2 LBS 2 9 METROPOLITAN Life plans a few for a 6 weeks course for
50 Extra ToiYilaeStiiBM REG. 431 Limit 1 with $2.50 6 SPECIAL NOTICES select openings for qualified men. adults. Designed to give lay people

ivIT11 THIS COUPOM AND PURCHASE of Are you ambitious but feel you're a better appreciation of life
Post Tens Pk9.29' TKY UIAOAX TMBLETS formerly doing unrewarding undemanding insurance, its uses, advantages
work? If and
rRO2 N GOLD KING Dex-A-Diet). New name same so look Into a sales careers available In the
career with field. Classes will Tuesday
Metropolitan Life begin on -
formula only 98c. Canova's
neon 115 Store 37 N. Main Sf. Drug Like a business of your own it Mar 10 at 7::30 until 9
.IRa ea -- gives you freedom stimulation. P.M. In the Peninsular/ Insurance
GOOD TNRU MARCH 41M n INVEST YOUrTsAVINGSIN and unlimited Income. These are Office, $ SW 2nd Place.. ThereIs
the qualities a Metropolitan re- no cost obligation or fees.
AT ANY WINN D IXIE REAL ESTATEBy preentatlve should' have. : Cur- Phone 377-4707.
leaving your money in savings rently employed but anxious to
banks you can expect 3 to make more money. personable, 22 Special Service
4 per cent interest from savings well-spoken ambitious and cap
accounts. From R. E. you can able. Set own goals works hard "LIKE NEW" That's what you'll
realize from 10 to 25 per cent to reach them. Writ P. o. Box say about clothes cleaned at .
return from Income property and 233. .
v.... 50 percent and more from buyIng hr. service free and
56 Extra Top VineSU! ps OI01D and re-selling acreage. Call WAREHOUSE MANAGER periwvced ;: delivery; AIR; .WAY pickup costs lest
Wayne Mason c-o Arnold Realty route salesman to manage .
OF 202 S E 14 h St. _FR S-5165.
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE O i dK Co. 1723522 for more Informa soft drink warehouse In Gaines
M tion. villa. Prefer someone familiar CEMENT finishing blockwok.
I ONC PRO. FROIN [MRE'a M t Of P with this territory. Must have Re-modeling repairs.I Phone
references from NE 377 546 anytime
II I Snapper Fillet I 8 Baby. Sitters Child Care area be dependable sober Florida, willIng -

to work hard. Apply 131* S. 27 Feed tr Fertiliser

MORTON CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY PLAY SCHOOLVisit HOW far can you go in your yard. 11.25 per bag. Phone 376-
present position? If you are the 555
us and see for 'yourself. age 24 to 40 married with high
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7106. school education dissatisfied with
28 Livestock & Supplies
6 1. present lob), contact Mr. Burfordat
I Pot Pies KIDDIE KORT 2107 N.W. 13th It. Phone FR BABY calve' *, milk i> beef type
Child care center. Pick tp atLif1I00d 65811.. Starting salary S91 per
and JJ Flnley. Day week. had mother's mil from 1 to
Value 5taR'541ExtraTo wk. or mo. Phone FR 2-6667. 10 days weaned milk and beef
n P AREA resident, married 2241 phone I type yearlings. M. P. Parrlsn,
WITH THIS COUPOM AND PURCHASE Of MORTON PLANNED program awaits youroreschool M. car willing & capable'! to work Anthony Fla 'M-MIS
youngster at JACK days a week to earn above
Owl r oxm HOWARD JOHNSON & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. average. Full training given. For 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Music programs educational personal Interview J72-7117.
Coconut Cake Pie" 3.9 film-strips. 7 45-5 45. Mon, -FrL
Blueberry :: :: BOXER puppies, AKC registered.
SIZE 1331 S.W. I3tf St. FR 63900. MARRIED man age 2S to SS 2 months old. Fawn and white'
GOODMARCH 4TM for combination Insurance debit.
males. Brindle' and white
WILL care for child In my home. Experienced tee
man only. Call 371-
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE t A.M. to 6 P.M. weekdays. 7167 for Interview.IF males. Call 372 252i or -5365..

31 4TH Phone FR -315'. CHIHUAHUAS., registered
you Ire looking for a full time .
tiny puppies from 53$ Also
WOULD like to care for childrenin
business of
COP'YRIGHT t.e."e aI your own see my ad Youth bed Sit. Phone FR 2 IMS.PUPPIES .
"Co -
w INN-Dlxlt STOR&s.
my home after 6:30 p.m. For under Business Opportunities 56. ...
working mothers or for pleaure. Lee Novelty Co. Dachshund S21; Pood'es

12\Ly':: *{ t g fi.te' mo Call FR J-A5'. AKC $50 and up. Tiny Chihuahuas
'W' =
__ ; S .iWIii ft'( !Mt 13-Help Male or Female PICA-PUP' PET SHOP.
Rt 1. Tr.ntot"a.. Phone
Employment 443-2603.

Exp secretaries salary open
1 1 Cashler-ftottets attractive 33 LOTS FOR SALE
White housekeeper, $51 wk.
Bookkeeper, salary open 2 LOTS for sale. Access !0 Lake
Exp. Waitress, salary' & comm. Santa Fe. Inquire across from
1 1 Post Office garleton. Fie.
.p Earn up to S5 per hour demonstrating tort trainee M tchl. grad.
famous Studio Girt Off. trainee M sent. grad. CORNER lot on ftft Terrace and
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. Tree surgeon foreman S2 hr. 22nd Ave. 62 x 1M leoNe tank.
Phone 376-4336 after 6. Auto salesman, Exp. lights. Phone Fit _2.2471..
Snort order grill man - -
WANTED legal secretary, must Insurance trainee, Slot wk. 2 BEAUTIFUL comer lots In north
.1 11 have shorthand experience not Route salesman Levy Co section close te O.H.S. and bus
1 1 necessary salary commensurate CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. stop inquire at 1134 NW. 22nd
.,rJ r I 1 with ability. Write Box 340-A, 120 SE 1st Ave. Aye _
x 1 .; 1 tATS F... c-o Gainesville Sun. Pnona VW234PLACEMENT _
::: Waterfront Property
1vE crES TOMAro j q Newest most modern furniture Office Professional
S 1 1 store in Northcentral Fla. has Technical SWAN LAKE lots : on big
1i opening tor experienced sales decorator College Graduates take also some .tot"" on cenaf.,
i TOMATO THRIFTY MAID with emphasis on sales. Far appf. call ITl-tiT Call GR 5--5111.
YELLOW CLNIG BLUE or WHITE ARROW 1 1 Opportunity limited only' by 10-12:CO A.M. 2-4:00 PM.
r DETERGENT i j JUICE 1 CATSUP'iEa your work imagination.and earn and willingnessto dslre te Mooday PERSONNEL through CENTER Friday *.. Broker. eeetallaino m
PEACHES I 1 DETERGENT i 1 get ahead. Degree hot at Important IP HN 2nd Ave-me: LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE.
as experience and above AGE. 3 miles, N' *. *f Metros*.
Giant Box s 10>r 12-oz. Bottle qualifications.' Call Mr. Oakley, ARE you looking for a good part- CR 529.1.HOUSE .
Save 30C
No. 2K Cans s j 376-443S time or full time income In
1 a for appt. W. Alachua Co. or part Gaines and ttlr.-tot'-I'Horseshoe
1 1 WOMAN for house c ."Int. I ville. Many Rawl-igh Dealersearn Beech In Dixie County.
; 19zan; 1 2 afternoons a week. Must nave tSJO end up per hour. Write SUM cash. Write P. O. Boa
3'9x i, 49 1i 1/ FOR car. Phone FR !-..,". Ra.leigfl Dept. FAA.329-26 Mem- 11052 Ceylon Station Orlando
1 pftis. Fla. __
FOR a 1 i i ia WANTED in ready sales to wear.lady Age experienced from :2543 ___ __ __ u

yr$. Can 376-411 ask for

Stock up of th:$ price New All Purpose Detergent J Limit1withSS.foodorder /Limit2withS5.foodorder Rich Tomato flavor Mrs. Guy. Bartenders
MAKE Spare time profitable

.. .. selling Tupperware Car neces
.Jf: f.ID1HB!( : l L. :.M--'t ,: J.: ...: :, ti: '. ...'.JII.--:y.y h.b- .'_ '_ : ___ .:' :: : Ay i.-d TornkJnaan.wry. Phone FR 6-7626 Mrs. Cocktail Waitresses

HARD --. tone hovr*. taaR
boss. law pay. Call 376-3772 or
smtfe .IHL. Colored Waiters

joHg&t CL WANTED clerk for Insurance .*
fee age II to 39. general offlca
duties Including" shorthand and Newest Finest Steak RooM Cocktail Lounge needs

typing. Good fringe benefits FR. personnel over 21. Excellent opportunity. Many benefit

and cfmte at 61241.SURVEY. __ Apply I". ,.rt.. only to mates d' "Morton" at Steal'

a stfunj* ot 1 Interviewers part time assignments : Room, University' Inn from 2 to 5 P-m Feb. 27th.
/ telephone personal
March 2nd.
calls Salary I1JO hour. H. S.: through I
education. EMPIRE. Box 774
v.a. Knexvltte. TIMe

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i-: ': Look around; your home and find some cash

- Cash Buyers Will Hurry Right i To Your Doors For Just About Anything Around Your Homt That's No Longer Needed Look Here's Proof :

Yes Your Are
neighbors OFFICE: EQUIPMENT. used
r PIANO Grand excellent tend- TYPEWRITER. Smith Corona. tCDROOM. SUITE. compete RA GE. etectrk. full tit*. Ktn- ANTIQUES. Square Grand pilno. desks chairs filing cabinet,
lion recently tuned priced at Pacemaker only 1 year a I d. with ..."tt, spring mattress. more MO< condition avon fine chin*. rare art ptecet. and typewriters and adding machines
Extra Cash only $175. Call FR 5-IIXX after $45 Call owner at FR 4-Z2XX chest of drawers and night worts fine. Mi. Owner fR 711XX. furniture. FR 3-23XX. priced to selL' FR 3-
k Raising 5:30 weekday anytime. stand.. 1)45. see at 1405 St HthW. I 44XX.

Want Ads are terrific! Did not know so many 15 Prospects first day! Sold Unneeded equip.
Not You???
Now! Sold !
Why Sold Piano first Day Sold for cash! complete set people wonted o rongtl! Tremendous response! ment!

Quick response. Delighted with results


34 WaUffrwit Property 35 Holies foe Sale 35 H..... F., s.. 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Safe
4 "14.w Lawn Eittttt

, 3 AND 4 Bedroom MUST SELL S450 OVER MOO Ft. plus carport and C'lHtoa-lM homes that look
homes. On down. 513.500. .
for tale or rent 3 you are tired
porch. .3 BR. and
Acre lots. Go Out NW Uth Ave 3 BR \\V. banelied living study. *
430 ecres with lake frontage. Walking distance to schools. :3 and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCI kitchen, rm. bath attic falbuilt In drawers of hornet wlU tAd tulMUvitiea -
nue to 43rd St. Intersecton to nice I EARLY AMERICAN
Hunting fishing near town. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline turn right go approximately 1 home. City water lights and tt.dN' 7th Terr. PR 1-3114 vanity and storage galore froxl40 toek. Me
Ocala Forest. Sacrifice at $25000 Heights.. Study hardwood floors mile. see sign on left. sewers. Shown by appointment. Convenient to Metcalf F. D. Oliver. Bldr.
per acre; easy terms or ten heat.built-in range & oven. Cent T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDER Phone FR I32i. BY OWNER. 3 bedroom. CCB. Bishop Parochial Schools. $SO Ph. FR 566 HOME SHOWINGTrue

percent discount for all cash. Shaded back yard Call FR t-3848 Low down payment. Assume Mo V.A.jtt4 percent. FR 4-2775 I West au NW 39 Write Box 341-M. coo Gainesville -I 372 5974. mortgage 0(. S9.000 at U? per the flies Spring IDtulf'eU. -

: Sun.LAKE 111 N. W. IS'h: Street. Near Campus FREDARNOLD month. 1840 N.W. 55th St. 372- WOULD YOU LIKE ... Bee' alga .. left. i
:3 BEDROOM 1 bath. CCB central t 1 &R. den. oak floors.ger Colonial American Stylingat
LOTS FOR SALE heat. shaded lot built in ge. Ceiitralheal.. fenced. To live lust outside City Then
kitchen appliances 2-utility on paved street $13.900. Phonewncr 7044MERRILL I take a look at this Charming 3 less than $15,000
30 minutes from Gainesville. rooms paved Street end ewer. at J7J-mt. BR. 2 Bath Home at 4147 NW
Palatka Road. Clear sand bot Quiet neighborhood. Curved 36th St. Large shaded lot 100x264.
t. l. tom lake. Good beach front, street. 100 x 127 lot N. W. section SPACIOUS home and, yard. NW Fenced back yard with fallout Choice Of brick front
Small down payment. Immediate Bedroom 2 beth family room Excellent new. listing for those
moss covered trees. Gorgeous built-in kit. Den
many closets. Beautiful fireplace REALTORImmediate C Built-in G.E. even
occupancy. 3712 N. W. stone Call interested In Income property. or 4th BR Priced at only 119,.
patio. FR
20th Place. West Villa. For appointment Three bedroom one bath house
Call WALTER STUBBS. INC 0-4002. 750. See this one. Lifetime .sy-car' terrazzo flOOrs
374-33M to see and further with attached two bedroom one
oetails. call James Qulncty. 3 BEDROOM Mock house for sale. bath apartment. Both furnished. S Indoor laundry and utility room

Clayton Johnston. 372-9J91.A mow Duncan A 2 Baths. Would like WOO equity bccupancy Call us for information on this GIVE SELF A BREAKBy WcsrvillaNW Two full luxurious baths

and lass up payments. Call FR fine property. I Inspecting this lovely' :3 BR.
Real Estate .. i C Three .II!! bedroom
For Sale BY OWNER Hibiscus Park. Fin- 4t30.CAROL. Woodburning fireplace' separate 2 bath Ocala block home before proportioned
family room. cheerful kitchen. $300 DOWN 3 bedroom mason buy. Built-in kit. 16th Aye at 37th St.
ley School Area. 3 Bedroom. finished ESTATES. 3 BR. 3t5 you applianceswith : Central heating (air conditioning optional
ry home with oak floors. I
with car
u stairs.. Fireplace Phone dishwasher Over 1,900 se.uarefeet dishwasher. Breakfast nook.
35 Houses for Sole FR 2-0992. bal",brick home. double car. in this :3 bedroom 2 bath ,I I port, utility room ana fenced Large screened porch. Cent. heat. Floor ta>> ceiling closets

I port. I Ig. utility rm. Located 2208 residence. Available with most back yard-$11 closing cost. See at 3525 NW 7th Place. Down !. Built-in breakfast bar
i NE Utn Terr. To see call 376-
N-E. SECtl6nt. for sale by AEST OFFER. no down payment attractive terms' and $700 down to earth price 11 MOO.
2 Bedrooms large Florida ow ro r'l WO monthly. $11,100. Nice 3 i 1472 for appt. I to qualified FHA buyer. I DUPLEX-2 bedrooms In each i! Carol Estates Lifetime family Swim Club membership

large landscaped lot with Bedroom. 1 bath. Screened : FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious apartment-kitchen equipment inCluded Sidewalks
,1' $300 DOWN I and all other
N city conveniences
near University. ONLY E 9th St. at 18th Ave.
Pump. 1 air conditioners. ISIS porch. TV antenna. Air condi 3 BR 2 bath. Fla. Rm. closeto
Nt. .tn Terr. Call FR 2"62t tioner. NE Close to School and school. Ltttlewood, Estates. ExquisiteThe (14.BOO. OWNER WILL FINANCE! $66 Mo. C Choice of wooded lots

for a olntmeflt.C 1 Shopping Center. FR 61552. 24500. Reasonable down payment setting and the detail mark John VA FHA Conventional
'20 NW 37th Terr. Phone this .property as the superior .Merrill Attractive 3 BR 1 bath. E... or financingplus
BR. 2 bath CCB home FHA REDUCED for quick sale by I 372-S7J. contemporary residence being offered condition. Good neighborhood TERMS !
financing. down payment (450 owner. Modem 3 I L. Ua bath I In the Gainesville Market Realtor Paved St. Carportitillty.. many many more features .
"l 27 monthly Includes all taxes home near Metcalfe Elem. & RETIREMENT HOME. near New- today. There are :3 bedrooms. 3 Fenced yard. A real buy at
Insurance. Ne closing costs. Bishop Jr. High. Refrigerator, I flaN lake 2 bedroom quiet baths, Oversized rooms with panoramic MULTIPLE LISTING $10.000. See at 316 N.E. 44th St. WALTER STUBBS, VA-NO MONEY DOWN

For appt. to tee 372-0481. stove & air conditioner. Friendly -. -. neighborhood. $7,500 with terms.ICHETTC view of sparkling reflecting Phone ASSOCIATED 372.1494 UNIVERSITYREALTY Inc. We My all|| closing ever $100
neighborho-f BJBrMjM pool. Of course everything
3 BEDROOM, study 2 baths central 1700 cath. *e. ci T.!.- .... ..wiTerr. $. S acre homesitec In U centrally heated atair MARCELLA PARDIW. 1321 NW16thACu
heating end air conditioning. Phone FR 2-3038 Or FR :5I I NW location on paved hlway. I conditioned as you wish. Shownby H. BUCKHANNAN Ph.6-5394 FHA lest terms in tow!
Fenced back yard. Low down 7020. .
attractive terms.DOWNTOWN
payment 2032 N.E. 17th Terr. appointment only. ALACHUA HOME I Mike Knorts, Associate FURNISHED MODEL OPEN 9 A.M. 'TIL DARK

Phone 37KOO. 1 I HAZELSee ;. :: :: : BUSINESS LOT. Meal Walk To School I Furnished or unfurnished. This 1115 W.N. M.Main Munroe.St. Ph Realtor 372-4351 "We Trade Houses"IflWU2Wtlllml0flflmflflWSlllflhIti1I1WIIU1flfl Special 'fcusf people's hours" Tues. > Fri.
location for office 132
1 BEDROOM. building
2 bath. Florida charming 2 bedroom P.M.
room. I block home Op.n Til 9
our 4-bedroom and 3-bed ASSO. S. E.
large utility room. 2-car feet by 120. Price $37500 Economy and comfort. Only $400 with McLaughlin
family room Is located
carport. i on
I 2-bath CCB homes with Frank
Roby. Roy McCann
Lot 100- x 175N.W. location: nerevrentary down payment moves your fam- [ a large fenced corner lot in ::::-
school. Phone built-in electric slove and oven. J. PIERCE SMITH ily into this 3 bedroom' 2 bath Alachua GE i __T C Douglas Jr_ !
"if. FR 4- Central heat city ulilites: J. concrete block home. Paved neer plant. S12 400 PINE FORESTby
Wired for te>evis:on and telephone furnished or $11,700 unfurnished
-- street, nice i yard for children ,
Large yards completely' Realtor I Easy terms available Call any
SPACIOUS 2BR. r sidf'nc.--'located and pets full price $13250 | time. Norwood
grassed. Hazel Heights is in HOME I HUGH EDWARDS. Jnc.
In rural community on Ig 535 NE 1st St. 316-2<<8
well landscaped lot. A I he city limits. Equipped with I Associates turn at N.E. 16th Ave. & Uth Terr.
property sewer lines close to bus stop '. New j
many extras. low down payment con'h- Afabel Gore Arle Smith | Hope

ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTOR tlonal loans. Located on Northwest would I'j Acre Site In Rolling Wooded This :3 bedroom 2 bath home Is BUYERS
U. S. IF you plan to build and
Hwy. 441. Micanopy West of 13th Northwest. Handsome Aristocratof
39th Ave.
and clean Nice
like a custom built home by experienced patio and I "H" Inc.
homes offers
St. Shown by appointment cork floors. fireplaces
-- builders that have on large corner lot. Located -
I phone FR 23826. kitchen with built-in refrigerator - -
the time to discuss plans with In N.W. Area. 1500 down i We Trade Homes

GLADYSSMITH JiG. BR, 2-baii,, panelled LR: 3722127 Vie have ask for availableour Gene and dishwasher.. freezer,There range are oven.3 and $85 month. Call anytime. GUIDEby 1
or Property
fireplace attached garage. HN to choose from. bedrooms and 2 baths. Pricedreasonably I I ==
(0 plans
3 floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. at .000. The James
oomy bedroom 2 bath home I Complete financing can be explained $2i Co. IungnllllwnEunIagullm1n1s!
wOh NW near Stephen Foster. $14,500. S85CXP
panelled living room. Fire to you right in your own
place Lovely garden. $450 dp FR_ 2S851. home For appointment call. That's Right! 2 Bedroom 1 The Jam! Co. of Galnelville. The following art ready for BUTLER BROS.

1 THE JAMES CO. ARNOLDRealty bath frame home on 1.2 Ac. lot. Inc., tuliden cf Kingsberry I ottu ncy.
acre and 4 bedroom home' All YOUNGAMERICA Of Gainesville Inc. With 900 plush square ft. of liv Homes for this area will be 1021 NW 40th Dr.

cypress Close to panelling.schools. Two fireplaces. Builders of Kingsberry HomesPh. Company ing area. Combination kitchen happy to answer any questions 3 BR 1'a Bath $500 Cln.I .
I I 3722527 nltes 3727401 Multiple Listing Member and dinette. Ground level Pla. yoU might have Concerning $107 Mo. 1964 Paradeof
room. 2 Br. medium size have home Ownership. YoJ might be
iti Icres and 3 bedroom home NO qualifying. By owner 4 bedroom 1J1' W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522
plenty of built In one of those that
Associates closets and people now 4628 SE 2nd PI.
Carpeting fireplace, deluxe kitChen 2 bath. FHA financed. : Pete Sieg
Northwest. Small down payment. 3009 N.EM Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason drawer space Central heat new owns a home but found that Its :3 BR. 1 bath. $600 dn. $74
HOMESPRESENTS exterior paint. New front now Inadequate. if this is the
:h St. FR 24590 I Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge I II porch. H per' mo. Home Values
Outside repairs located call to
J Charlie 4 blocks case. a The James Co
acres and two bedroom house. "' Mayo Bob Kalkman
\ bath.--cetralat;; ; : outside city limits. N. of could well solve
Five miles from Gainesville. BEDROOM I N W. very yourrOb1ems 4617
More 1- 4527 & SE 1st PI.
urn Ave. No taxes. By thisAle
Terms .
acreage If desired. Built In air conditioner. Pool $1 000 mean
NEW BRICK membership, $7S month. Call down us month or arrange. trading In your present home. 3 &R. 2 bath $500 dn. $48

4 bedroom home In P K. Yonge MODELS FR 2-444X INVEST I Will trade for homesite Call any. i per' mo. 3 64 Bedrooms
time. number
are a of questions

Ing area room.Pretty Fireplace lot. I Separate In ,living,din-1, I I I. OPEN 10 am. Til Dark "PARRfSHPRESENTS that we can answer concerning 1303 1 313 SE 38th St.
room. TAX tradlna We feel 1 that Palm View Estates
FEATURES : TEWREALTY by talking with us you can 1: 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

pick a suitable floor and BR. 1 bath, dn. $44g
4 bedroom, 2 story deluxe home I I plan g 3 $500
Close to University. Florida colonial -I|,i Screened Fireplaces porches : REFUND exterior design that will suit per mo. Fernwood ManorWestmorland
needs from
In MULTIPLE LISTING your our many
design. I
Custom kitchen cabinets I II ASSOCIATESLes plans that we keep on hand. I aBstuimmifimniiBiiimiimittiiiiiiMiiiiiiiif

Extra large. 2 bedroom, 2 bath Oversized bathrooms I j Jackson Ralph GII".r.Seve A call to the James Co. will Estates
I custom
Plus other
home. Sturdy well built. Heat- features many MASON MANOR Just listed very' Thats right! Your best Investment Kesterson. let all the facts about any II The following are under con-
Ing and airconditioning.Modern 2910 NW 13th st. 376-6461 type financing. any questionsyou = struction and will be ready
neat 4 bedrooms. 2 bath home.
In design. :3 bedrooms 2 VA & FHATERMS I and Large air living Central Beautifullot heat for your tax re- I ------ --- obligations might en have your without part. any H for occupancy toon. FHA from $400 Down

baths. large deep lot. Low utilities with lovely fenced' In backyard fund is the down paymenton McKinneyGreen 3701 NW 21st PI.
We have lots available In
for I 02 3 BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $9$
the best in heat and air. A perfect house for a most any section of town for VA .. Nothing DownAsk
Close $3 per mo.
conditioning. to University. !
Convenient to
growing family. a new Hugh Edwards you to choose trom. .
Walking distance to elementary
Elementary and Junior High

GLADYS SMITH, : &Churches Jr. High Schools Shopping & Schools. home. Let your refund be j Paramore Jimmy Womeldurf have over and 30 years Gene E 4 3707 BR. NW 2 bath 21st, $800 PI.dn. $107 about our paint your own home for

RealtorMultiple YOUNG SUMMER IS AROUND THE' the down I c6mbined experience in the per mo. I down paym nt.< -"a"K "v riu"-
I we i payment and DeatonREALTORS construction of homes. By care-
Norrd"ad vetothe::;
Listing fect house tul supervision I by Jim and I UIUIlilllJUWlJllUUIIWIlIUIlllUUUUUUUUlWlllIIfOR !

Associates summer and winter a deliahtThree make monthly paymentslike I Gene, it will enable you at the
Florence AMERICA I Drive welt on 16th Ave. turn left at Mode!
Burns Ben GriffinDan bedrooms 2 baths living lomeowner to get more home == RENT I
Sheldon Caroline Noyes room with fireplace and wall to rent. Monthly payments I for your money and certainly 124SE7thSt. I Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
1221 W. University phone 372-53 3A "
wall carpet. LittlewoodHere i I
HOMESNW Family room. makes The James Co. construction 3BR.1 Bath

HOME for Florida. Lg open screened porch central heat and include taxes and is the house that will suit to be beyond compare. Year Lease. $100 per' Mo.IlIIIIIIIJIIIHIlllIUIIJ1IIDlllII1IlIUlDIllII1IlIIIUIID.
living area with walnut paneling 34th & 7th Avenue air conditioning. plus lovely fence your needs. It has the location 111
built In 34 ft. ed In back yard with swimming B/ building primarily the
planters. !
insurance and are as low right by the school. It has
sliding glass doors opening onto Phone 372-7070 pool and shuffleboard court. 3 B.R. X baths, Fla rm.-Kitchen I Ingsberry home we feet we BUTLER BROS. BuildersMATT
enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. combination have a great advantage and -
2 baths. central air-condition- WfSTWOOD AREA Centrally os $82 mo.PINE Central heat rut opportunity for you ashe Ii OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY ,
Ing and heating. eat-In kitchen J. W. heated and air conditioned almost -financed only Can be FHA purchaser to pick design I SEEING ANYTIME IF
with built-In stove dishwasher new 3 bedroom. 2 bath One yr. Owners and floor plans that are created 30 YOU WILL JUST CALL. MEADEN Soles
and disposal. Close to schools. home on nicely landscaped lot FOREST have left town and must sell II tf some of the country's leadIng 1121 S.E. 4th STREETFR Manager
122.000 f22 NW 36th Terrace. KirkpatrickHANDSOME of ever an acre. Immediate pos You should investigate before you architects. '-5301 or FR7 8
Week days alter 5. FR 6-445. session. i By Hugh Edwards Inc. buy. Call FR 23617. I I Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights FR 6-9048
If desire complete' information -
COMFORTABLE 3-bedroom fflhiIUI11hll1ItllhIlHUIIlI1flIWIIHhIllHliHIliHUIft1HUH'
block home wits central traditional home with FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. AnglewoodBeautiful call The James Co. and -
three baths. ban. 2' home nice. we will be happy to come to
heat. deluxe GE built In kitchen four bedrooms. J masonry on I' 3 B.R. 2 Bath home
large storage room. beautifullot quet sized dining room. and quiet deadend street Two air 3721551PAINT surrounded your home and spend any
by spacious perk
in excellent neighborhOOd. all the other space and conditioning units. Very modern like amount of time necessary to
grounds-equipped with under-
Only $450 down and low monthly design that make It one of the kitchen. explain The James Co. system
InGaintsvil ground sprinkler system This ef home ownership.We I I & ."; "\I- .- .
beautiful dences
payments Of S89.10 covers most res THE DOWN PAYMENT I "
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house has attractive .He
everything. Located at 5411 NE '... Custom detailingand tITTLEWOOD AREA Modern Yes. work out your down payment I many extras .' '
10th Terrace. Call 3727070 for special quality throughout 3 bedroom. 2 bath masonry on a new 3 BR. 1 or 2 bath and must be seen to be can secure FHA. VA and I'
appointment to see. I will appeal to the disI home In tip top condition. Priced home now under construction in appreciated Let us show It In several different types of conventional \ t. : s-t

criminating, buyer who Is under 515,00. Owner has already Fernwood Manor. Drive west on you. Call FR 23617. I financing. f" < : .
l IDYLWILD. :3 bedroom. 2 bath. I willing to the higher 16th Ave. to 38th St. turn left (
double carport. Fenced backyard price. pay I' moved out you can movein and drive to Uth Place. Hurry. Florida Park Let tiS mention a few. of t. 'f .< /
I tomorrow. I
$13.500. 3S21 S.W. 20th OWNER LEAVING TOWN so this Hurry for a limited number of the Homes that are either under -
St. FR 23001. lovely ranch type bungalow. isM homes are available under this This Is a most attractive 4 construction er in the !
on the market. Panell NEW WESTSIDE residential subdivision down payment plan. Call FR 1-I B.R. 3 Bath home appointed with planning staae.4bedroom. .
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 ..2 ed Florida room off the din- soon opening Acre lots. 54j daily! and FR 4-9048 _nights. excellent features Large well
batn. Central heat central air (no area Is perfect for en- paved treets outside' city limits landscaped lot, L.". with paneled 2-full tile baths,
cond Northwest. S19.000. Call May we tell you more about this FOR SALE BY OWNER NW wood burning
I t..rt"lning. One of the PIUS living room family room.
376-2927. _ ___ bedrooms Is huge Idyl- restricted' area.RANCHETTE Section, 3 BR. 2. bath CCB. an entertainment room. more Situated on a lot 100x27. ThisIs
:3 BEDROOM home air conditioned wild is the location central heat. built In appliances. than 2.200 sg. ft. of extraordinaryliving a VA home. By buying now
wall to wall carpeting I and It Is priced to homesites. too. Approximately Large utility room dbl. carport. space and all correctly you can be your own decorator
10 acres each. Located paved street, on sewer. Small rT4&
throughout the home. Draperies. sel: at SI7S30 created for gracious living. You'llbe
Situated on large wooded lot. LAKE ROSA. reduced J2000 to on Newberry Road. Just down payment. FR .77_ after iP proud to be the Owner of this 3-bedroom. Vi baths. Strip
Sale price $14.850. tl.000 down. I llt.OOO. This three bedroom $50000 down. 5 years on balance. .m. home In the exclusive northwest hardwood floors. Situated on a

call 374-116. Weekdays after I one bath. year round home Is section. Shown by appointmentonly well shaded lot. that Is on a
p.m. Anytime en weekends. located on a paved road with with MCKINNEY-GREEN dead end street. Small down ,
I frontage on Lake "011. Amenities M.M.PARRISH FORDYCEONCE Inc. payment low monthly pay _
BY OWNER. 3 bedroom. 2 bath Include large screened ments.

home In Fine S.W. residential porch. awning windows. INa ASSOCIATES _
area. Near Schools and shopping.FHA remodeled "modern" J. Fred Guy Virginia A. Power 3-bedroom. V> baths terrazzo
financing available. Call cabinets in kitchen. dishwasher lifetime comes along a truly Col. J. W. Davis Jayne ButterworthH. I floors. Situated on a large
FR 22727. or drive by 126 S.W. fireplace and lovely home. Beautifully landscaped J. Wiltshire I corner lot. $400 down and less I
oak parque floors I AND ASSOCIATES. INC. grounds a real town Multiple listing than $75 per month, plus taxes II
estate. 2 bedrooms. panelledstudy I
St.NEW House has 1.54.5 square MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. and Insurance. This one Is
long living huge
HOMESPriced : feet pits 4 car gar- Wayne Hill Helen S. Graham formal dining room room.and Florida ready to occupy. I
i Priced to sell. .
from SlUM to Sit.000HO age. Carolyn T. Gardenhire room. All this complete with two McCOY'SMacoma j 3-tiled baths, extra
I J. W. Kirkpatrick Mary B. Parn!HIt 6-bedroom. dream .
MONEY DOWN VA car garage and many extras. large recreation room. den
pay only $100 closing RealtorS NE First St. __ Tel. 3725375- I Homes, I bUilt-In kitchen. completely air your
Best terms FHA 31 N. Main Street Phone 372.MM t NEW LISTINGThis conditioned Located In one ef
Free lifetime' Swim Club Membership l Member Multiple Listing DAN BYRD beautifully landscaped and Inc. j oamesviiie' finest neighborhood

ASSOCIATES spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath home For tile very attractive 3- *.
HUGH EDWARDS I Floye J. Mathiasen Irene Bunnell ASSOCIATESInc. I located on a paved street in J. edrootn bath home 4617
Capt. A. W. Reece. USN Ret I'I J. Finley School area has 0 F'. UnUertitT A>e.; walking We are planning a two-story come true.
INC. J ST-S97A : Til". lovely living room Wilts fireplaceand distance to Lake Forest I home with over 2200 $0Ft. .
MONTH Incl. ITS VACANT I The price on
Phone FR J-2511t Florida room. schools. Price $12,300. S300 of living area.
NE 16th Ave. & 15th Street Gets this 3 BR. 111 bath home see this 3 bedroom 1 bath homeon Sown and $79.50 per month. this one will amaze you.
372-1551 on big NW lot. on dead-end large corner lot In beautiful A COUNTRY ESTATE Call Gerald of V. Q McCoy
Street. $16000 gets big\ kitchen I residential area tics te tcneols Jr. Dar FR e-TIM. nIghts FR We plan to build U home
DOWNJ with pantry hardwood floors. is yours In this attractive wI N. Main in the NE Gainesville area and Your dream of a new home of your own is within reach at
$250 and shopping. This home has 6-3013. Office corner
BR frame house located on separate 0*.. wall to shrwbt wall car I large Florida room, evtra large story living horn room with and fireplace a delightful In the and Mrrt Wrd have already picked the floor Highland Court Manor now All home pains are VA and FHA
gas logs est and
NW 17th Terr. (55 month. petlng kitchen with built-in range and plan and exterior deilgn that
per formal dining room. Located on a $73.59 (includes
start at
lawn Fenced yard. end ether oven. 2 car carport and many U most suitable for each let approved. Monthly payments
five lot Southwest
NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES features. 71* NW Ifth Lane I other desirable! features Priced large Gainesville.acre in insurance. taxes and built-in Tappan kitchen.) Best of all

UM FINLEY AREA 4 BVi ftatft. CCB at ttl.006 with good financing E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
SC 45th down Terr.$Aj month located on home Ig. wooded lot. soacicwt available. SPARKLING your payments can be as low or lower than you're now

Fla. rm.. fireplace disposal IT'S FULL of fof" I and new Is ttus delightful I I'I two JR. paying in rent! Why not Inspect our selection of over 20
Can FR 22372 FR FM-T.V rotator. Phone 374-W34. and ready ::
er 2-533.FOR I bedroom home In a close N.E.
Income. Business models ?
the fun
loving family to en-' Homes. Lots. now
SALE BY OWNER. new3: WESTMORELAND 3 BRnTbath.large |oy and appreciate. This modern location. Centrally heated and and Lake Property.
8 R. full tile bath. built-in kitchen kitchen. built-In range & home has many features not: planned for economical living. Farms and Arreate
carport & storage. Call FR oven. separate dining room Usually found In our vicinity. The,'I This genteel home ceo be handled -. E. C. "CURL 1"' KUEflN. Jr. Over 20 Model Plans, VA and FHA Approved

2-4m. large living room. Ilk parquet enclosed pool and out door frill with a small down paymentand 631 N. MAIN> ST.
floors. doube: carport. targe are excp tlonal. Priced at 135.WO.wl'h monthly payments of only tOt20fl Broker FA C4544
4-BR. Fla. Rm fireplace partial corner lot. S1SCO for equity & excellent financing Lefi I $73.00 including tax and interest. For Mere Information Priced from $12,500 to $17,250

A-C. walk to schools. Sit.500 FHA. assume VA loan No closing costs. take a look today. ------ Cell
tOO down. 3544 NW 7th Ave.. Monthly payments of $12.5.22! includes
owner FR 4-M4I. taxes' 8> Insurance See IT'S.WAITING for the family thafneeds .i i FORDYCEASSOCIATES Monthly Payments As Low As $73.59

HOUSES FOR SALE: 3-BR 2Beth. at 107 NW 40th Dr. or call FR a neat and clean 3 bedroom OWN YOUR TheJames

central heat with fireplace 4-1740. _ home In beautiful Idylvultf COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT
NW 47th Terrace. Price OWNER leaving town this located between University and I! Co.
515.900. BY Club. This home I Manor
I wH<<. Must tell'' to best offer. new Country Highland (our
CHEAPER THAN RENT 3. BR has large lot with fenced in
2 bath. CCB house. i
Bedroom : Inc.
:3 Of Gainesville,
l-bath. SE 44th Terr. 9500. monthly payments Total back yard outside storage and INC. For Information
Payments $65 per mo. $13.350. -*S4 N.W. Uth workshop. Priced at Builder ef KinfskerryOFNCI
I-BR bath.. SE 46th Terr 16.500. price \ University Park
145 per mo. PI. Phone 3760213.tlEw DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC. MLS Realtor H.met. Sold Office Located at NE 23rd Bird and 11th Terr.

And also some trade-In Houses -, BR Cclhous.--l large Jack DeYot Broker Mrs. Grace ForlYce. Stoker Apts. 'HOHInZ.ZSl1 For Informtlon Phone 372.3471
Call FR
6-7464.- screened porch tile bath. terrazzo ASSOCIATESWitter Mrs. Mary Mot'ler! roef
3 BR. CCB home- Small- down floors utility hou e. 3 Stoddard. E. E. Holloway Mr. E. W. Moei'er' Associate Bo< 11025
payment. assume monthly payments I lots on paved road. Access te I Christine Stone Mr. Harvey Ben ton. Associate Ft. Lauderdale, Flo. I KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUILDERS
of 169.75 Call 172400 or Lake Santa Fe Across from Post FR 72511 125 NW. 13th Street't 926 West" University Ave I 372-7401

372065. OM.ce Earleton Fla. Member Multiple Listing I I 374-1234
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111 Memorial
II S Card ef flunk <1 Wanted U Bnti 6
FundPersouallsed Machinery A Tool* #
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= 4 Travel IDfermoU.SerTlceit It BuildIng Household Material Good I- DAY SUNDAY
t C Special Nvtleei Antiques
7 FUrUUt M Mist. For Salon
J t Baby Sitters Child Car TradingPott*
= t Places To Go AsdI M Article Wanted i 3659 & 3669 No W. 16Hi AVE.
= T. leeAUTOMOTIVE S. Fnd Oil Woods
Thief .
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Sala-Rentals '1 71! Camp Office.E.I Hnnt,.Flak. I $, f r 3 BRo 2 baths
7t Airplane '73 Musical MerckandU e ,
Ii 77 MbUe Homes fr Sal
' = :1 Tracks for Wanted Sal E r t t; "-Acre lot. Completely land-
79 Treks
'I 80 Tr el." A Track Rental REAL ESTATE FOR SALE scaped. Central heat and air

Trailer Rental S3 Lot for Sal I conditioning. Hardwood floors.
III McUrcTclet & gctert U Waterfront Property Built in kitchen appliances. City
II t Aot Automobile m.bllf$ BepalrtM for Sato U flosses For Sal sewer and utilities. Double carport -
I .1 Swap Car S< Cottages For Sale ? < ; ...,.. Extra large utility room.
37 Real Estate EickancedS +iea ,
a oaf Washer and dryer connection.
Real Estate Wanted
EDUCATIONAL 3 t Oat of Town Property YOUNG AMERICA HOMESPRESENTS = Family room. Excellent terms.
II 8e...... A In lr eHU 40 Bifineii Properties
I Millie Dacelnf. 41 Residential Ineomo II
Dramatic 4t Farm A Acrcafo $23,500
SO Wanted-latiraetlM 43 Colored Property


i II Work Wanted Femal 44 Cottages For Bent _
,, 14 Sale Help Waned. 41 Furnished Apt. ; 4 BR. 2 Baths
.i = IS Help-Male r Female 41 Unfurnished Apt*. ii ,
I! Male Help Wanted 47 Home for Bent Fnrn. ; :
r c 11 Female Help Wanted 4! Hoses for RoutUslsrs.. Ii Intercom system. Family room, _+{,, 1 t. +* .4 ,
.1 Boom for Bent I Fireplace 3 Bedrooms Built in kitchen appliances. ,, ., ,
.8 Ftrm Equipment 51 Misc. Rental Screen Porch 2 Baths Hardwood floors. Central heat "" '
t 7 Feed Fertilizer 51A Wanted To Rest I Large Dining Room Ducted HeatOptional and air conditioning. Extra r > h "
I IS Livestock Supplies 5'! Boarder Wanted .
large utility room, washer and
> )
Double Wall Oven Air Cond.
: Landscaping Top 811U M Office Desk Spa** __
I!': dryer connection. Double car-v w
I: : Pelt Sopplie 34 Bniuet Rentals Micarta Cabinets Curved Drive t
fi| II LlvetUck WantedFINANCIAL I port. On /2-acre lot completely ,,...
SERVICE '_ Double Door Entry Sodded Lawns landscaped. City sewer and utili-
= ties.
I i* Business UppcrtHnlllet S3 Special Services =- EXCELLENT TERMS
57 Mont to La S3: Horn Improvement Price $17,500NO
SX Mo"a,.. It Radio TV Servle I
| 3' Money Wa.te''lm''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIUIWIIIIIIIIIIII !S Appliance FornUnr $25,000

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35 Houses for Sole 35 Tteusei for Sal* Let than 3 blocks to Elementary and Jr. High Schools. Close to churches and bopping. UNIVERSITY REALTY

BY THE OWNER in Idylewilde. 2
N.E. 11th Drive. 3003. 4 BR. IV*
bath. CCB home with air condi- BR.ily room.CCB house Call tile 372-8001 bath after fam- Located 600 Block of NW 34th Street Phone: 372-7070 1115 N. MAIN ST. Realtor 372-4351
tioner and central heat. Only
5:30 P.M. .
1500 down and monthly paymentsof ---
$89.16. Call FR 2-1o.c9 after Sand BY OWNER leaving town. 4 BR.
weekends.BY 2 bath separate dining rm., liv- ----
ing rm.. Ig. family rm. with
OWNER fireplace. Ig. kitchen with all
Durant Estates. l'/i yrs. old Deluxe built-ins. Many more extras. Located
4 bedroom home. $13.500. NW near Littlewood
529 N.W. 58th St. FR 63569. school. Call 3727028.
Open Sunday 2-5.

38 Real Es at. Wanted
RESTRICTED Gwynn Oaks. 3
BR. 2 B. Central H-AC. wooded
4-5 acre lot by owner S27.700.
402 SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. WANTED 10 to 25 acres of Farmland
within 15 miles of GAines- .
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ville. Call before 2 or after your present home is no
Tom Dobson AsksAre FR 68055. .

you looking for a home 39 Out of Town Property longer adequate for your needs;
with size & utility in a preferred
neighborhood? Call us about OUT of town property for rent. 3
this 5 BR. 3 bath masonry bedroom 1 bath swimming fishIng -
dwelling In the Littlewood School and boating with golf course
area. A few of the features are: across the street. $70 a month.
central heat extra large Fla. Call GR 5-2981 or GR 5-5172 I If
rm., double carport and storage Melrose. Fla. House location you're just building equityin
patio kitchen with disposal oven Keystone Heights.FORDYCE .
& range all located on a beautiful -

and treed corner. .lot. All nicely for the ahru 30.bed someone else's property with rent;
000 price with only $2.000 down Small Inn Archer. II ,.. wanta .
for a qualified purchaser. Don't home and let It pay for itself
: let this one get a Call for see this 14 bedroom. 4 bath
an app,. promptly oaYins Inn with 186 ft. frontage on Then you belong in
U.S. 41. Priced at $15.000.00 with
4 percent mortgage.Nice If desire unmatched recreational
Tom Dobson Restaurant only one in you
town fronting on U.S. 41. Living
quarters. barber shop and store
Court ManorThe
Agency age for room.couple.FORDYCE Wonderful. opportunity facilities for your family Highland


2908 NW 13th St. FR 21473H. I INC. I
H. Parrish. Assoc. Realtor '24 West University Avenue Swim Club Community
Member Multiple Listing Phone 376-1230
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If you're ready to move up

.I ATTENTION to better living in a better home; J

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SEE 2913 N.E. 14th St. Today, 1:30-6 .

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i a ri aGiie14; & j f'iion Over 20 Models from $12,300 to $17,250' I

I All Plans V.A. and F.H.A. Approved I

Builders and Developers
As Low As $73.59
... Monthly Payments 1

A MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR Sales office located at N.E. 23rd Blvd. I
Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty
J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, ReoltyMcKinneyGreenDeaton
University Realty and llth Terrace. For information, Phone 372.3471open .

John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty
Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency :30 to 6 p.m. today I II
Wilbur Bishop. Realtor Arch Campbell RealtorM.
M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate IJ
Fordyce Associates Ralph FosseyJ. J
Pierce Smith. Realtor


S Pine Forest Model Homes

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seen and admired the Pine Forest model Some models are financed VA & FHA others are conventionally

i .1 t 3 homes. NOW be the envied financed. All homes come complete with
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t fi professionally landscaped lawns and gardens. These fine
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......... i.uelwb i SsJ ? Guirusvine Sun
i 40 Bustaes Properties I I'I r 45 Furnlalite) A ts. 41 Houses for Rent U.I.,.. 56 BuinM Opportunities 64 Household Goads -- ----

' -TWCLVE: lane bowling alley near 2 BEDROOM. Brick construction. MODERN 3 BR. IV* beth. home -GOLD MINE FOR L SE HOMEFROM DODGE DART sedan

I "Iv.. fully equipped good living Near campus. $86. to $90 a near Metcaife Elem. .. Bishop MODEL
' fcr owner-operator. S3500 cash. I month. Call McKinney Green Inc.. Jr. High. Refrigerator stove American Oil has a service station DISPLAY WOW!
ri term*. Phone Mr. Chambiass.Ij FR 2-3617. air conditioner. Friendly neighborhood. available at 3302 NW 13th
: W-0441 or evenings. 376-J944 No pets Indoors. Will ,to 3 COMPLETE ( Includes Heater) S
,,1 FURN. BR LR & DR Comb. rent to married couple *r small Commission plan available 19 9 500 :

It E 42 Farms & Acreage brick construction 1 bfk. from family. $125 monthly. See at 1432 Paid training ROOMSFurniture SPECIAL AT .
Immed. $76
campus. occupancy. NE 14th Terr. Phone FR 3-303 Financial assistance t> appliances ftsTst- I
n 1 : I per mo. Contact Apt. 9. 1106 NW Of FR 27020.UNFURNISHED. Budget plan for tires, batteries \ing of 2pc. foam rubber nylon We Are
f \MS RANCHES ACREAGE 1st PI.ce.WANTED & accessories covered sofa & matching Chair. 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
: RURAL PROPERTIES 2 bedroom frame
For further Information call J.
J 2 step tables & matching cocktail
girl to share apartment. house. $04 N.W. 25th Avenue. $55 S. Parrlsh FR 6-2108.
table with plastic finish. 2
:. 07ERTS c. SMITH. REALTOR 711 N.E. 5th Terrace. $45 month. per month. Available now. Phone Poole-Gable MotorsDodgeDartDodge

J -_ .!. Hwy.Ph.441 444-3170 Micanopy. Fla. Phone -473a. after 372291 5:30.$.30 to 5:30 or 3729597 Smoll Grocery Store for 5QI!,. tall saver decorator shades. Beautiful lamps with gold mist eye I I ReallyCHOPPING

1 BEDROOM air conditioned 730 SW 3rd St. bedroom suite. double dresser ( .
: "" ACRES. Tobacco allotment. Scam furnished. apartment. New FOR RENT large old house. 3 with" large titling mirror. master Trucks)
house. Paved road. Close OUTSTANDING $service station size chest large double bed.
Apartment 111. 1216 SW. 2nd Bedroom unfurnished. 1'* blocks 119 S.E.
*. '1S an Acre. Gladys Smith.aea Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. from Univ. Ave. on N.E. 4th opportunity for right man. Corner Complete 5 pc. chrome dinette Aye. 372-4343
4 > or. 1228 W. University Ave. NW 13th St. t Uth Ave. 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith
1 block
from campus. Occu- St. Rent $60 Mo. Will
sell. Good I
.. I SSi.3.cLLING. Phone_ FR 6-0222. full width freezer fc erisp-
pancy by February 25. terms. CaM Scruggs. FR 6-5242 PRICES !
In door and
shelves dairy
or 6-3564. GROCERY er.
: FLORIDA SINCE 1906" for sale. Colored
1-BEDROOM furnished apart deluxe with thermostat -
j .. LOS TRANCOS WOODS ,rint. Colonial Manor brand 2 BR unfurnished business." Good profits. Reason bar. controlled range oven rollout
, house. kitchen for
' new furniture and equipment. equipped selling. other business. Phone broiler. This furniture has beenon Come in fir See
near U. of Fla.
west of $120 Feb. 22. and FR 6-7231. After 7 p.m. call
Wooded homeiites 1M. Occupancy
hMpital. No pets no singles. FR FR 20641. display only. Everything new RAMBLER TRADE-INS ARE Yt
.rwsville. Drive west on NW I FR J-7727. 2-0204. I guaranteed. Regular price I
39lh Ave., turn right on SR No. MAGIC $99$. now onty
i EXTRA large. extra nice 1 and 2 Wand Coln.OpCaWjjj.
,1 J41 end watch for the sign on the BR. executive type apts, 1 BR. FOR RENT or sale 3 BR 1 bath. Americas most booming new

right or call for map and plat Fla. rm.. living dining rm. CCB unfurnished house. 2001 NE business. Requires no att.t lent $499No CLEANERBETTERUSED
to be mailed at no obligation. kitchen battair conditioned 16tn Terr. Call Fit 6-9814 after low overhead and maintenance.
Inspect these 2.4 acre tracts to- 4 PM. down 14
: mm money payments
wall to wait Building and equipment
: C*.. $365 down with reasonable closets. couple only. supplied wk Immediate credit 1 delivery
I terms.Raiui. No pets. $125. per mo. Year HOUSE for rent unfurnished 3 BR, with franchise. Write Southeastern will now in storage at no I
I Realtor lease required. L. J. Moratto Ibath. 24,4 E. Univ. Call| yj. Magic Wand P. O. Box 6017. er CARS! 63 BUICK Electra 4dr.sedan desert sand
NW 6tht St. Greenville. S. C Ph. ,
, 2SOj Ph. 3724957.I 5709 after 5.30 PJM. CE 2- charge.NATIONAL
FOSSEY I ___ 8035. finish with matching Interior. Factory air,
ROOM furnished apartment. $10 2 BR. kitchen I.
: 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 week. 3 blocks from square. Vi $45 per month. equipped 207 SE tfh house.St. MAN OR WOMAN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Save Many Dollars on these power steering and brakes electric windows
block off W. Univ. 12 N.W. 3rd Phone 372-4640. PART TIME I. 3622 Beach Blvd. FL 9-2561 :
: FltRDYCE Street. FR 6-7074. Opetl Daily 9-9. Sat. 9-6 Sun. 124 and seats, Comfort plus.
FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath. built-in TOY ROUTEVery Jacksonville Fla. 63 Rambler
J : N_ny new listings have been re THREE rooms and bath down- kitchen corner lot. 2 blks. from 62 Chevrolet4dr WAS $3995 IS $3695
cc *ed S75.CO an acre and up. town area. $55 per month. Water Metcalfe School 8. |Ir. high. 1943 Small Starting Capital 4-dr Classic '660. automatic. :
Cz i us tor'details. furnished. Call FR 2-4421 FR GOOD 65 Antiques radio heater air cond. "
or NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. INCOMEOPERATE power Bet-Air automatic radio 62 BUICK, Invicto 9-passenger sta. wagon,
FOf f : INC. FROM HOME new. tit nice carl solid white with red Interior. Factory air, power
AVAILABLE Mar. lit a nice turn. Several Choice Territories HOLLYWOOD BED and roll aw.y.Like .
... .?6 West University Avenue .pt. 2 rooms & bth. Near Univ. and refrigerator.2 sos Bedroom.3.C. ittt Stove St. AVAILABLE SOON new. Desk. chairs many $2495 $1895 steering and brakes.
o .. 376-1236 1 Medical Center. 912 SW 7th Phone 376-6617 GAINESVILLE ether items. Phone FR 4-4107.
... Weekends after and also
IS $2795
I Ave. Apt. 4. Phone FR '2644.I i p.m. weekdays. Lake City ocala
41 Colored
: Property Palatka
I BUSINESSMAN city limits.or student Small. bedroom outside -- FOR RENT. 2 Bedroom Brick house. Trenton Leesburg Perry 66 Misc. For Salt 63 Rambler 62 Rambler 62 BUICK, LeSabre 2-door hardtop, fully I I
N !.
-- HOMES FOR SAL FR 24310.DOWNSTAIRS. bath. and living room. Ph. Phone 2-4045 for appointment.$100 a month. plus several other areas Classic 4-dr '66V. automatic 4-dr Custom. automatic radio equipped including factory air, power steeringand
2 t 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. &
: St Ttn Ave. Some no down pay. 4517 E. University Ave. 3 bed- We will appoint a sincere manor GIRLS Riding Habit and boots air conditioned. heater power heater individual reclining brakes. ,
3 room furnishedapt. steering like new In and out. seats. Extra extra nice.
(sue 6). includes coat. 2
.. ment.: Some small down pay married room home wltlt gas range-$85 woman to use our sales aids pr.
",ct. Monthly. payment S57 10 only. no pets. 416 couples.NE 7th St.adults per month-call John Merrill In establishing and servicing a pants. and derby (sz. 5). Will I $2395 $1395 WAS $2495 IS $2395
S4. .Also homes built on your Realtor 372-1494. number of sensational self.ser. fit slender girl S ft. 3 or under. -
lot for no down payment. ONE bedroom furnished apart- vice "TOY SHOP" Displays In Phone 2-J378. 63 BUICK Special deluxe. 4-dr. sedan. V-8
Call TOMMY RIDGELL ment. Clean. $60 month. No FOR RENT unfurn. 3 BR frame markets. drug. variety stores.
.: pull Jf'? Phone FR 41JJ pets or children. Phone FR home outside city limits. Call etc. You get expert Company SEED Cane for Improved freeze red l Duroc soft. 63 Rambler 60 Chevrolet engine. automatic transmission vinyl interior.
Hogs deep
7577. 3722907. advice and guidance. However > 4-dr Classic 'UV station wagon. I IS
Gilts. Phone 481-247. WAS $2495 $2295
44 Cottages for Rent you must replace toys each week automatic heater. Individual 9-passenger station wagon. automatic -
1 BR apt. 1st floor. hot I cold 49 Rooms for Rent and collect money. NEW Mink Cape Collar wild natural reclining seats. Very very low radio heater low mile- '
tU:. water furnished. Adults $40 62 CORVAIR 700' radio heater automatic
RENT comtonaMy turmtned per mink; beautiful autumn mileage. NEWI age Nice! ,
4 room cottage In Waldo. Ideal month. Phone 376-5289 or 317 NE I REQUIRES ONLY FEW hue color. letout skins. best
2nd Ave.COMPLETELY. NICE room. close In. Private entrance $2495 transmission teal! blue with matching in-
for Sperry Sunland workers. ,
or all channel antenna. Off HOURS EACH WEEKThis offer under $200. FR 2-1713.. $1395
Reasonably priced. Adults only. furnished efficiency street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd terior.
.. tike
WOULD responsible to 468-1816. party
apt. with 1 BR, located at Place. FR 22512. Is not a lob but a chance to pay $1000 monthly on late model WAS $1695 $1495

: &M .LL furnished cottage J. trail. 513 NE 9th 5?. Inquire at 376- NICE cleanroons. refrigerator and get into something you may have Singer Slant-o-matic In console 62 RAMBLER
a er for rent. Suitable for working 1748. always wanted a business of Bal. $149. Phone 376-0290.
entrance. Phone 60 Rambler Convertible white with red interior.
One that ,
C uple. Moons Trailer Court FR 6-2721. your own. can be
_130 E. Univ. Ave. 376-8164 FURNISHED 1 BR garage apt. No handled In spare time and still '.r GE refrigerator. Excellent American 4-dr station WSIOB. Radio heater automatic transmission little
children no pets. Couples or I radio heater an extra: nice ,
NICE leave room for full time condition. $80. Phone FR 6-1781
single girl. FR 2-0204. room. close In. Private en- ex buy! 4-dr automatic. radio. heater
.. 45 Furnished Aprs.i trance. 204 NE 5th Avenue. panslon. afternoon. air cond.. and out. V-8 engine.
.. 1 BR with twin beds.. paneled Phone FR 2-4855. $1345 c$99Sd'
THE BEST costs less. Dry clothes $1545
den. refrigerator t hot NOT A GETRICH.QUICKSCHEME WAS$1695
;*1'4. nicety turnisned I 6edxm FURNISHED room. convenient to for less with Philgas from Fuilgas
apartment. Water and Private entrance & bath. Phone
I hts furnished. 3525 NW 20tn 372871.LARGE University and down town. Phone Inc. 376-5302. 60 BUICK, 2-dr. hardtop. automatic transmission -

: .",(reet. Phone FR ....,6. 1 bedroom downstairs FR 22815.IN If you have a desire to better FOR SALE Upright piano. small 62 FORD 59 Mercury steering and power brakes, sharp!

: N "E 2 bedroom furnished apart- apartment. IVa bath living WALDO kitchen 8. Bedroomfor yourself if sober. honest. and apartment gas stove 26-inch boy's I power
i ent. Living room. dining room. dining room. kitchen rent. all utilities supplied. really sincere, have a car & bicycle. Phone FR 2-2888. Late model Falrlane 900 V-i 4-dr. Automatic, radio heater IS $1595

r orn. end kitchen. Lights and breakfast nook. Hot and cold $15 weekly. Phone 4681185. $29 (minimum required). applyat CHAIN LINK fence 4' x 100. 16 engine. automatic tranamliexceptionally clean. Finished In

-- .ter furnished. Private bam water furnished. $90 month. Call NEWLY furnished clean cheer. about once giving complete details posts. gate. Plus approx. 30 3 sion beater.. power 22.000 .tltrin honest,.mile radio, black: and white. Sharp. 57 CADILLAC, 4dr. hardtop, loaded with
yourself. phone number.
I .cI entrance. 4-blocks to eamr after
4 p m. 22768. See at 412
ful room. Comfortable bed. Day. ft. fence $35. Call FR 6-4311.
:. .1._$75. FR 39704 or 2-9195. N.E. $th St. week or month. Housekeeping Airmail or wire: $1695 $895 equipment including factory air.
BED DIVAN. 2 foam cushions
:: EAST SIDEGARDEN 46 Unfurnished Apt privileges. FR 6-0410. TOY MERCHANDISING CORP. makes Into bed. Excellent condition WAS S895; I* *745

I ROOM for rent close in. private 34-10 58th Street but needs cover. MO. FR -. --- -- -
: bath and entrance. Phone FR V/oodside 77. New York 25547. 61 RAMBLER
2 BR. duplex for rent. Includes I
2-4081. 59 Chevrolet
:: APARTMENTS stove and refrigerator. Call FR PART-TIME BUSINESS COIN COLLECTION Classic 4-dr aodan. etandard NO DOWN PAYMENT
6-8435. LARGE corner furnished room with 1 am Interested In talking toa FOREIGN. Canadian. British and transmission heater. Extra
$57 per month up I private bath and entrance. Can man or woman or husbandand U.S. Over 700 pieces. Call FR clean. Sedan delivery, extra nice I

2: Gainesville's Finest ,I LARGE room. modern.dinette 1 kitchen bedroom.furnishedand living be seen at 116 N.W. 2nd St. wife In who making are seriously a good Interested Income 64707 after 5 p.m. weekdays. $995 57 BUICK. 2drhardtop . . $545-

:[ "urnlshed' or unfurnished bath. Child welcome. See at MEN Women. rooms and apart from a business of their DESK and chair. matching chest I $895 "
_.Lr ely 1 and 2 bedroom apartrr 1807 N.W. 6th St. or call 3722791. ments. Near campus. 102 N.W. own. that can be operated par.. & dresser. night tables new 57CHEVROLET. 2dr. sedan. V-8
., t. :309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- 13>h St. Call FR 6-2937 or 6-1082. time. This party must have a Caloric gas range. Sacrifice. $495

-* 47 Houses for Rent Furn. FOR rent to men students. Double good car and be able to travela Phone 376-0410. NO MONEY DOWN I automatic .
50 to 100 mile radius of
:N y apt. available Mar. 1st. 3 BR room In private home. Central DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY MEFCURY. 4-dr. sedan 7 $495
THREE Gainesville. and devote at least 57
t 2 baths also a 1 BR apt. I BEDROOM furnished house heat and Air conditioning. PrIvate Chairs low as S*. No money :
; 5 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR on large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave. entrance and bath. Close to 2 full days per month to restockIng down low as $5 per month. 53 NASH I
I .- t 6.92. I Near shopping center. House Un;". FR -6848. & collecting from re- Free estimates pickup and delivery $21 Mo. 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. S6 BjJIC.cT2-dr. hardtop . . $395
tail accounts. There Is sell Like new! Original I
available Mar 1st. Rent $100 a no service. All work guaran- paint ---- _-- I
: .EDRooM furnished apartment. I month. Call 376-2145. ing required as all merchandiseIs teed. Phone 376-7786. $150
51 Misc.
Rentals PTYMOUTH. .
? 4 per month. Prefer couple. I left on a consignment basis. 57 DODGE $23 Mo.
f- pets. 110 E. Univ. Ave. FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished I produce a line of cute. funny FLOOR SAMPLES respossessed 1
$60 per month. 1806 SE 47th PRIVATE lot for trailer parkingon & hilarious novelties that sell Firestone 12 h.p. outboard mot 58 PLYM. $32 Mo. 55 BUICK. 'Century' bod transmission $100iiii'k.
:. A RACTIVE and roomy 1 BR. Terr. Phone 372-1576. Kincaid Rd. Call Mrs. Anderson wonderfully In motels restaur. or $196.95; 1 Phllco 123 cu. ft. 57 Rambler $29 Mo.

.. team heat and furnished.all utilities Nice ex- 2 BR HOUSE. Ig. yard. dead 3729561. ants. novelty shops truck sto s. refrigerator. $179.95; 1 Phllco I 55 "Junker" $30
rpt electricity etc. You invest nothing for the port. TV with stand. $"S; 25 42 I
jcatum "7.50 per mo. 424 end street excellent NW neighborhood 51-A Wonted To Rent 57CHEV. $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo.
.. wE 6th St. FR 23974. furnished or unfurnished. 50 to 100 active accounts that I piece drill sets $1295 ea. Firestone 54 BUICK . . . . . $60
turn over to you. nothing for the Stores. 304 W. Univ. Ave.
'A- RRIED couples- -only.- 2 blocks Call 372-1806 aMer 5:00 P.M. J I or more bedrooms. I or more protected territory I give you. I 57 BUICK $32 Mo. I S5 tHEY. Mo.
Vom Furnished apt. t. GAINESVILLE 2 DOORS FROM bathroom unfurnished house. Call and I will train you tree of WINTER & summer clothes & $29
: eroom campus.$70 month. Take lease MAIN GATE. Univ. of Fla.: FR 29500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays charge. All I ask Is that you Jantzen shirts sizes 10-12 1 MELTON MOTORS

., until Aug. 1944 Call 376-4826 1231 SW 2nd Ave. Two-story resi or all day weekends. buy $1000 worth of fast selling yellow formal FR 2-7362. 2205

I after S P.M. 1716 NW 3rd Ave.. dence. 5 student rooms & double I PARENTS students need apt. stock or Inventory. (I have hundreds NW 8th Court.PRICES RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
bath of active customers to
Apt. I. upstairs. Large living apartment or house near campus buy or
downstairs. Income should rent good term. FR -0A10. prove how fast they sell and FR 6-7571
:( ; OSE IT* 'large, 1 room etittlency cover lease & utiRtles. Owner how often they repeat.) For each SLASHED 703 N. Main St.

: Tpartment. Utilities fur- out of city. F. A. Ford. Box 54 Business Rentals $1000 you Invest you make 100 EVERYTHING MUST GO! 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
mst-ed. Married couple or gentle- 207. Yalaha. Fla.: Tel. 7873628. per cent gross profit and an
Less than used
,.'anNO DRINKING. IS S.W. new.
extra $500 or 50 per cent If you
and rebuilt electric and manual
: 2nd Place. package own stock. This -- -- --------- -- -
your -
i 2 BEDROOM furnished. WAREHOUSE adding machines standard typewriter : :
for rent. Located
space gives you S2SOO return for each
I JRNISHED 2 bedroom apartment. month. 3114 N.W. 14th Street. at 620 S. Main St. Call $1000 Invested! I don't believe and portables also cashregisters .
Tile bath parquet floors. Available Phone FR 6-0717. Married JOHN MERRILL. Realtor. FR ana 90 cress: ; writersof
coup you can beat this offer. I also all types; $15 up. Terms can
March 1st. Call 376-174 2-1494.
'. les preferred. have a territory. the east coastof be arranged. will take trade-ins.

"t #. clean well-furnished 4 rm. 3- BEDROOM furnished suburban I $125 MO. Florida open for a full-time Call FR 2-0963 or FR 22105 day
"* .;*.. No children or pets. Mar- home. Plenty of room. close to"I NEARLY new modern office or distributor with a $2000 Inventory or night.

2 i eJ couple. Marie Whiteman. school. Available April 1st. $120 j location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. purchase which returns CLOSE OUT SALEOn NOW'S THE TIME!
.. 1 NW 7th Terr. per month. Call FR 2-4957. U J. Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. $5000. Same protected territory.
1113 N. Main St. active accounts and free training Wallpaper. tIc a Roll
FOR Morafto 2505 NW. 6th St. &
"jo PERCENT DISCOUNT piven. Colt Lee Novelty Co. I HARPER PAINT CO.
Y"'" R'S RENT. Super clean effic FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same 374-9745. Gainesville Fl. Sun- 10 SW. 7th St. 3824366
:c .\. Private bath & entrance. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. day afternoon or weekdays 9
FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant
.. DP tyrest mattress expensive' Can be used for storage or repair A.M. to P.M. formica counter and 26 stools
.!'d'I makes cool In summer. FORDYCE RENTALS: garage.
*.i i In winter. Best part of Now available for rent: A 35 x 40 $45 per mo. YOUR Church or Group can equipment. Complete fountain. k'
and short order equipment. 52"Call PLACE
_c't321 NE 3rd St. three bedroom two bath home. 30 x 35 S45 per mo. raise $5000 and more. easy ( FR 1-0759 or 29207. Mr. 7 HERE'S THE
Have 10 members each sell
kitchen equipped. $125. per To see pick up keyes at Hunts fast.
.4 C 'GROOM furnished apartment month; two bedroom home. par. ..".. Station or call 376-8866. only twenty SOC packages my Page.
f Univ. $50 a month. 2 Bed- tlally furnished $60. per month; lovely luxurious Prayer Grace GAS WATER HEATER 52! allowance f
it m furnished apartment. busi- three bedroom home $165. NEW 3 BR brick house on corrv Table Napkins. Keep $50 for for your old. costly to s
r I vicinity $60. FR 2-182J or per month and a three bedroomtwo mencal lot. Lot measures 113 your treasury. No money need- operate electric water heater. FOR A
.7 4. bath home for $120. per frontage x 200 deep zoned ed. Free Samples.' Anna Wade. Hot water at about half your It :J USED CARSJ1
month. For more Information "Local Manufacturing" Use D..nt. 1S1AD1 tvnchNira. V.. present cost with our LP gas.
".y; ,.* )US down stairs 2 bedroom regarding our rental listings house as home or office. use Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer
f ,: sr-ed apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd. call or come by FORDYCE & grounds for storage of materials. Merchandise Road. FR 6-5110.
a' $70 month. Phone Fit. ASSOCIATES. INC.. 926 West etc. Excellent location for

., J70 University Avenue. 376-1234. thriving business. Located on 61 Wanted t* Buy HOOVER like new.upright Sold new vacuum$99.cleaner.1 left MOTOR COMPANY
i Be" .OOM apartment. For Im- UNFURNISHED HOUSE for rent. NW 6th St. at list Ave. Only 1.5,. Compact late model. Sold B &
$75. Includes Located 107 SE 4th Ave.For Information "0 per month. unfurnished.
n-ert'a'- occupancy. WANTED. in good used condition new $113 $69. The Kirby Co.
?. *'d water. 303 N.W. 1st call J. T. Howie FR Phone Mr. Kushlll In Lake City. 14" Band saw ,.. (omter-planer 712 N. Main. FR 6-7110.

al. CaM FR 6-2012 or 7568.. 2-1090. collect 752-5739. 18" |Ito saw. Call C. Monroe. OLDSMOBILE $AVE 61 OLDSMOBILE .............. .. .. $1995
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna 64 ...................
372-3436 AM. to S P.M. excaltenttpower
Double stack complete. Nothing Coupe. factory air conditioned. power steering Super $1' hardtop sedan power -
rutlass Holiday ---------

SERVICESHome 64 Household Goods 513 else N.W. to Ith buy.Avenue.$15. Brants. miles. Factory brakes. Jet-away warranty transmission.low S per cent bucket GMAC seats.financing.5.000 actual 61 CORVAIR I ...... .. ............. ... $1095 1

USED kerosene drums 4. stands 'TOO* sedan radio heater automatic transmission. -

3622BEACH all sues. 907 SW 3rd Street 63 CADILLAC $5295

Phone FR 6-4404. onvertlble.. factory air. like brand new. Boss's ar. exclusive 61 FORD ........ ..... ........... ..... ... $1295hInfof

BLVD. WATCH REPAIRS $495 cleaning Eldorado paint, cost $215 Fully ; AM-FM radio.real Galaxle hardtop sedan factory air power steering.
IN & one part. The BAZAAR. 113 for those who want and canaffordth, .

And Business Warehouse N. Main St. Ph. 6-7137. Paul /ery best. factory warranty. low 5.5 per cent GMAC financing. 61 FORD ..................,...... .. ... $H95
Storage Otts. Gainesville. Fla. listed new for $7000.
Station wagon Vi. automatic transmbsten. clean.

4 USED Chain Saws $50 up. New 63 OLDSMOBILE .................... $3895
S1995. We repairall
Bulldozing Impairs 4 hp chain saws saws 4. lawn mowers. .... Holiday Sports Sedan. factory air. fully equipped comfort 60 CADILLAC .. .. ....... .. .. $2795

ROOMS FURNITURE Chain saw rentals. McCulloch. prestige and performance. One owner. sold & serviced Sedan De VI>>.. factory air. white and rose. tow mileage outstanding
BULLDOZERS & Drag line. Backhoe ED'S FIXIT SHOP li APPLIANCES luxury
wheel tractors. motor HOME REPAIRSIF Wisconsin and Briggs. Stratton !by B & G. Factory warranty superior trade-In value. Remember value. _ -- -
I Florida Saw Co. FR
dealer. and dependability.
for Quality. Performance.
Old's reputation
Free estimates. W. G.
(Buck Johnson. FR 66219. IT CALL NEEDS 372-3372 FIXING RepossessedBecause 6-3411. 60 OLDSMOBILE ....... .... . .. $1595

of family troubles lust SH Merchant's T.V Books $2.00 ea. 63 OLDSMOBILE .................... $2995 '88' Convertible. white power steering and brakes.
_ _ _
FREE Estimates on repairs ---
CarpentryGRADY your come 'In & take over paymentson Port-a-cable heavy duty powersaw .*" Sedan factory air. Cruise Control power steering and

lOxir and bedroom additions.$675.Complete Complete entire houseful. Consists of a "1-26?9. Hawthorne Fla. brakes electric windows. 60 OLDSMOBILE I . ...... ... .$1695
beautiful 2 living room suiteIn
CABINET WORKS 14x20 Florida room $1680. PC. Into bed GREEN house frame shed and .9$. Holiday sedan factory air full power
Custom built cabinets and moldings King Construction Co. Phone also nylon matching sofa club makes chair w.solid roof. Kerosene heater and storage 63 BUICK ............... ................. S3695

refinishing and spray FR 6-3484. foam cushions. 2 decorator tank. See. after 4 ,.m. 3923 N.w. Electra' 225. hardtop sedan factory air electric windows and 60 BUICK I . . . ..... ..... ........ $1395
painting. tables. In margolitewith 15th St.REPOSSESSED. seats beautiful styling.I
lamps. 2 step
Invleta hardtop vdan midnight blue. Smoofti.
1533 E. University Avenue
RemodelingNEED matching cocktail 1963 Model automatic -
Phone 372-8313 the bedroom massive double In 63 MONZA ... ............. $1995 -1 )
dresser with tilting mirror. chest Zig lag. Drops cams. ......... 0 60 CHEVROLET ................. $ ;JI
For fancy stitches. Makes button- Coupe, bucket seats automatic transmIssion. low mileage wtli ..
FIR EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA A NEW Florida room. car- of drawers & bookcase headboard holes. Overcast monogrAms. ap Station wagon, standard transmission.
t port patio. screened-ln porch with sliding panels for plique. Without attachments. ".50

tI FIREEXTINGUISHER etc.? Call now and get tt done your clock radio all done Second In. per month. Balance. "7. 63 FALCON .... .... $1895 r: 0 VALIANT" . . ... .........10... $795Mr.
CO. for the summer months. Call exotic Sahara Mist finish. Station. 4-cyllnder, radio. neater 27,600 miles. Excellent condition miles
Service Sales and ServiceAll 372-8049 after 5 P.M for free bedroom has twin maple SEWINGMACHINE economical compact. sedMi. 6-cylinder automatic. transmission. 42,80
Appraisal types of Fire Extinguishers estimates. beds. Kitchen has deluxe 7 pc Solid condition.

C.Pick R. UP Thomas and delivery Ph. 376-8989 service THINKING OF PAINTING Callus table dinette& set 4 foam with padded formica 62 CADILLAC ...................... $4295 59 CADILLAC Sedan factory ar, > white and rose

FRED B. ARNOLD Gainesville Fla. for an estimate on Aluminum Admiral refrigerator with cross Service Co. Fleetwood sedan. factory aIr' exclusive fleetwood styling and finish . . . . . . . . *209
End worrlea shelves In door & low mileage America's finest sedan.
siding. painting top> freezer quality. One-owner
REALTOR with oven. 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-4107 59 OLDSMOBILE. Super 'SS' hardtop sedan .
APPRAISAL forever. 376-1838 or 372-7948. dairy bar. 36" range
SERVICE Heating EMRAYS broiler and storage drawers. WALL Duo-therm heater, practically 62 CADILLAC dt995 59 BUICK. Air conditioned . . . $1195

t.Lt W. UNIV. AVE. P.... 372.3522 BALL" Heating. (Hot Air. Orig. price DUE 1019.38 ONLY new S7J. table.Neon 6"rooms-chairs. Sedan De VII.... factory air low mileage. Save about 12780. Car 59 IMPALA hardtop sedan . . .. $1095
ART BALANCE sign $15. Dining .
has taken biggest depreciation yet is in top condition and style.
Appliance Repairs I Hot water) Air conditioning and Upholstery buffet $125. Red chrom break -- 58 CADILLAC. Sedan deVilIe. air cond . $1295
Refrigeration. Ph. 372-165. 15 $267No fast set $30. Four poster white
Years Experience. twin bed outfit__ complete wins i 62 CADILLAC' ... ... .. .... $3895 55 OLD5MOBILE. '98' hardtop sedan.. air cond. $79

Parker Appli. Serv. I UPHOLSTER your furniture at money down, S2JO week. Ask end tables and dresser Si 00. Sedan factory air. fully equipped one-owner you can own one 58 OLDSMOBILE. '98 Convertible' . . $695
Home Senlc.WOOD reasonable prices. Call Sally. for Brocks furniture" In storage Double bedroom set complete jf the finest Cadillac for the price of a new Ford or Chevy.
Covert Malor Appliance Serv- Experienced. FR 6-98M with head board. chest of drawers II"ltn iou equipment. 58 OLDSMOBILE. Super 'SS' coupe . . $395

k!'. Prompt. Efficient tC atNATIONAL and mirror $100. Gas heater 58 IMPALA. hardtop coupe, big motor . . $745

I ._ !*rteou. 2-2555 HOME& Bonded IMPROVEMENT Builders ,SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS odds and ends. Phone FR 6- 62 OLDSMOBILE ....... ....._ ... $2895 $495
I Licensed Furniture 3102 or see at 3117 N.W. 6th 58 PLYMOUTH. Sedan. aIr conditioned . .
Florida Rooms Carports 9T Hardtop sedan factory air fufl power. White and light
Auto Equipment Patios Roofing Gutters I do sewing of all St. ) ",,- 58 IMPERIAL, hardtop sedan, air cond . $895
-- Heating Air Conditioning kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. SEWING MACHINE 58 LINCOLN, hardtop coupe . . . $795
Financing adjusted to cus- C. Asbell. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter 62 OLDSMOBILE I $2595
HYC AUL1C JACKS rebuilt & tomer's requirements.Dial race. 372-0655.. 3622 57 CADILLAC. '60'. Special air . . . $89f
ex<>anged; Repair kits for 88* station wagon DOWer steering and brakes tinted glass *
"" .lker Jacks. Factory aotherU- Bobby Wood Fred Wood BARGAINS 25.000 miles. Just right for that summer vacation. 57 OLDSMOBILE. '88 sedan, air . . $J9

ei Walker Hydraulic JackS 37M707 376-1100 56 CADILLAC. coupe de Vill*. air condo . $445
*<-vlce Agent. HULL'S BRAKE ADVERTISE IN THE Beach Blvd.Next 1963 Pfaff $" 62 OLDSMOBILE S2595

JCRVICE SUPPLY 1314 S.H'iK 56 CADILLAC. Sedan . .-. . . . S20'-
FR 2-U97 Moitgog Broke SERVICE DIRECTORY So. get Plaza FL 9-2561 1963 Singer 301 SI. Needle $74 P58' Sedan factory air 1IOWIf'atenng and brakes. light blue. 56 OLDMOBILE,88'.sedantharp. . . $49f

Auto Glass :HA: and conventional at lowest OPEN Jacksonville.DAILY-' SUNDAY Florida 12-6 1963 Necchl Ztg Zag $13 62 IMPERIAL .................... ... $3195 56 OLDSMOBILE. '98' hardtop sedan air . $39'Crown.

current rates. Terms to 25 T-A-G APPLIANCES Southrtampton hardtop sedan factory air, cruise con55 CADILLAC, d.::0. . $lOr
Al.Ti GLASS Is our only bus!- Will gladly discuss at no Sewing Machine 1963 Kenmore Zig Zag $65 ici"
years. trol listed new for about SZ,000. Tremendous savings on top $34r
***v Immediate Installation obligation. Call tomorrow.J. Tested and Guaranteed prestige car. 55 OLDSMOBILE. 88' sedan Nf . .
fr.': pickup ( delivery. Add w. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 42 Refrigerators from $39 upS 1963 Universal Zig Zag $4$ 54 OLDSMOBILE. '88" sedan runs good . $20'

b,-oty d value to your car. 31 N. Maw St. Ph. FR 2449 CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER Ranges from $39 up 61 CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE. sedan . .. . .-. . $9
$3095 51 e:
.. .
VULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. VICE *15 University 17 Washers from $19 up 1964 Automatic does everything ................ .. '
11' N W. _6" St. FR 6-tSS, FRED B. ARNOLD Ave. 376-1075.CO. We W. repair all I Dryers from $.., up Drop In cams only $59.10 Coupe factory air. a lovely car. 53 FORD Stick shift . .e. . . . $?
REALTOR I 2 Food-Freezers from $99 upI
Makes. Work fully guaranteed.

Building & Repair Serv.DON'S fHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS 1$ TV Dlanweiher Sets from from $49$35 it u.. New Cabinet optional 61 CADILLAC ........................ $3095 Zir 1Year

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Tree Service JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Al machines fully guaranteedTake Sedan deVHie. factory air full power. _
419 NW *th Ave.PtU 372-5303

B hIDING t REPAIR SERVICE"A J.- MORTGAGE .MONEY Terms to RUG and pad. 11 x 23. gold cash or payments 61 OLDSMOBILE .................... $2195
repaired house makes a SAP -S TREE SURGEONSFor color $125; Freezer. Frostless
Pappy home* call Donald P.etruccl. 23vi_ wTJii = in ff Hardtop coupe, factory air. power steering and brakes
BUY au expert tree surgery. landscape 16 cu. ft. $225; Bedroom suite Call credit manager today WarrantyAUTHORIZED
W3J NE. llth Drive. Call and yard maintenance.Free walnut $200. 3760020. FR 2-2051. white, very sharp condition.:

FR 6407. Dan Byrd estimates & central charge



Satisfaction guaranteed and conventional loans. Low SALES TIME B & G Motor I 6FrL -
B. R. Schultie 372-2051 rates. Term to 25 years. 1223 Wotch Repair- sUi CADILLAC
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. 1007 N. Mate St.PH. FR 2-1411 M....Tuet. 1'1...,...

Bulldozing KNOW your time Is exact. You .. FR 2.63IS Courtesy Of Wedn.s4av'ti16ps.NEW'til t CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St. ............ FR 6-7515 OLDSMOBILEtur4I'.tiI4.M.
Sun Want Ads be when HATCHER'SJEWELERS Northcentrol Florida'sLargest
can sure
cleans. adiust University Chevrolet USED CARS : 2001 N.W. 13th St._ .... FR 6-7515 DEALER

SMALL truck fill bulldozer.dirt. lime loader rock. dump TOil! I Get Results times vice. Bring your It today.Quick 4 ser C. Independent Dealer N. Msia St. .t 1'tla *.

sell. Phone FR S-7S44. Univ. Ave. FR 4-492

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84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS | 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal 85-1 Automobiles Wanted ,
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VOLKSWAGEN. 1963 Sunroof. deluxe -I FOR A better buy on a new or WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
It I SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP CHRYSLER '55, 4- Your car's pep & power show power steering engine 8> trans- $1495. Will take trade. Phone p.m. or all day Sunday Mr. Service Station m S. E. 4th Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
MORE up with" a tune-up at BROWN'S mission trouble free. Ph. owner 3764009. Chaffan. I Street.
374-1081 1504 NW 12th Rd.
1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille 4-
recapping t wheel alignment.Of
FORD ranch wagon for sale. 15. dr. hardtop fury equipped Including
N. Main. FR 4-4310. End-Of-Month Clearance
Blue. V-8 Standard transmission. factory air. cream puff.
new tires. radio and heater. $750. 372-0481 for appt. to see.
AUTOMOBILE Call FR 2-8104 or see at 414 N.E. "SUPER SALE"
85 Automobile for Sale Tth St.FORD BRING out the best In your car.
Superior Auto painting & body I and We MeanCLEARANCEI
work. Fast dependable service
155 V-8 station wagon air
BUICK. '55, 2 dr. $150. see Herb free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S
conditioning auto. trans. good 57 DODGE V-8 Sedan
ert at Murray's Marine 514 W. BODY WORKS 2031 NW 4Mi St.
rubber excellent heater. $175 cashor
I i ADS ON Unlv Ave. $100 down and $27.50 monthly FR 6-707. 57 DODGE V-8. Tudor S188
for 3 months. See at Tenneco !
1955 V-8 Chevrolet convertible.
,. I I BUICK 1961 Special, 4 dr. V-8 Station. 1007 E. Univ. Ave. 1952 Cadillac Both Cars for. . . I \
stand shin WW. extra clean
1295. Will take trade. 376-4009.. FORO SEDAN 1940. perfect condI-
See at American Oil Stat., 730
PRECEDINGPAGE tion. With rebuilt engine. Call 61 CHEVROLET, Corvan
W. Univ. Ave.
': CHEVY trans., V-8& heater auto. FR 2.8162.MERCURY 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon panel I, side and backdoors S 1188 l I "If you don't like these prices ,
extra clean like low price. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop. Air conditioned. auto. trans,
new . . . . .
3764154. 1108 NE 15th Place. loaded with extras for $e a week. radio & heater three seats.
I Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. white side walls. 4.000 miles i MAKE US AN OFFER! s
: less than 5 mos. old. SI00 cash.
J CHEVROLET 57. 2-door hardtop 61 FORD, V-8 Sedan std. I
PLYMOUTH 1955 VS automatic take up payments. Call 372-
,ii Belair. heater white walls, auto. eta I to 3725731 after 5 1
trans., good cond. C. Felder : transmission fairly good condlI P.M. trans, radio, heater, white-
tlon. $195. Call FR 6-3864. 51088 1
FR 25733.CHEVROLET I walls, sea-mist clean
clean. green VALIANT, 4-dr.
PONTIAC 1955 two tone paint TR 3-TRIUMPH. 1960. Very power steering, automatic -
condition. White with . . . .
Excellent one owner
19S8 Wagon. 4 dr.. loaded with extras for S3 a week. radio, heater, executive car $1995
FR 2-
You can buy this for only $8 a Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. red interior. $1195. Phone
I 66 Misc. For Sal 77 Mobile Homes for Sale w *k. Call Bill 3723749. H & H 4525. 59 DODGE Coronet V-8 63 IMPERIAL 4dr.
Motors. SIMCA. 1959 4 dr. completely hardtop, power steer-

r, Yellow & white port. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a overhauled Best offer. Call good Libby gas 372- 1962 with PONTIAC air yery 4 clean.dr. Starchief by private dan equipped including set988 ing, brakes, air cond., automatic, radio, heater -

MUST RCA SELL.T-V with stand. Alum.outboard ket little save Lake a lot.Geneva Below Trailer mar.- i is going for 1956.only 4 $8 dr.a week.This I 9249 after 5 P.M. days or party.FR Call 2-1397 FR evenings 2-342J: tory air condo . . black . . . . . $5395
frame camp cot. Sales, Rt. 100. SE Keystone Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. 1957 4-DR. SEDAN Desoto power & Sundays. ---
gas hose. 600 x 13 Black Hts. Fla.I I II steering & brakes air cond.. auto 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering,
Eagle tube. All excellent con I CHRYSLER Four 1955. One owner.I trans. recently rebuilt must 1957 TR 3. Tanneau cover. New brakes
dition. Ph. FR 62110. Low mileage. Sold due to the sacrifice $250. Ph. FR 25183. paint. Needs some work. $400. "PICKUPS"INTERNATIONAL air cond., automatic, radio, heater
21" GE television good picture WYATTTrailer death of owner. Call FR 2-0189. after 6 P. M. Phone FR 4-8146. auto. pilot . . . . . $5595
and sound. $35. Call 372-2171 6 Vfc-ton . $250

l to 7 evenings. SalesHome DODGE 3,4-ton . . . $350 63 CHRYSLER, Newport, 2-dr. hardtop, power

J ELECTRIC range Kenmore drawer.excellent G.M.C. 3/ -ton . . . . $450 steering, brakes, air conditioned, cutomatic,
t Rotissere.condition..1. N.W.Storage 22nd Ave. Pacemaker Mobile' of Homes NOTICE TO NEW CAR BUYERSThe radio, heater, executive car . . $3145
Shasta and Airstream
WROUGHT and chairs.Iron 1 year and glass old. Selling tables Travel TrailersOcala's 60 FALCON $ 63 RAMBLER, 4-dr. automatic, heater 9000

due to remodeling.. Dial I FRSM3 Gate HouseRestaurant. evenIng 1923 Dealer Silver First-Springs Since Mobile<1U.Blvd.Home Public has been misquoted by many dealers of other sedan, two-tone white S688 miles . . . . . . $1400

S. Phone 42f-13M make cars as being the lowest priced American made car! over green . . . 62 FORD, Fairlaine, 4-dr. V-8, radio heater

MOWER power edger piano metal Ocala Fla. Clean . . . . . . $1245
shelves lawn AIR conditioned W x 19 Mobile FOR YOUR BENEFITWe 60 COMET
portable dishwasher play bear Home set up with 20 x 10T 61 OLDS 4dr. '88'
baby carriage, vanity set. awning and 50 TV antenna on sedan, white with m power steering, brakes
stool recliner glass dining shady lot in Hickory Hill ready automatic, radio, heater, sharp . $1500
table coffee and end tables. for excellent Fla. living. $1- are quoting the lowest priced American built car. red interior . . . .
lamp. 374-1570. 250.00. call FR 4-6541'after 5:30. 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. automatic radio.

1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. Full 60 RAMBLER heater nice . . .
70 Boati.Marine Equip. Sedan car . $895
bath 8 x 36. Excellent condition. $
Phone FR 2-3334 after 1 p.m. 1964 RAMBLER $1163 sedan, white, clean I 788 61 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic
2 dr.
1'44 SO starting.HP. Mercury with controls.engine. Electric Still 51 ent GREAT condition.Lakes for Phone sale 372-4400 excell- one owner . . . radio, heater, sharp, . . . $1295
in original crate with full war. after 6 P.M. -
antee. Save over $170. Call FR '25 FT. Henslee shower & toilet. Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! 60 DODGE 6, sedan, torque-f, 61 TLYMOUTHTZ-dr. Wagon, power steering -
2-7313. real clean complete. Ready togo S888 brakes, automatic radio, heater air conditioned
heater whitewalls
FOR with SALE trailer.12$75.ft. Phone plywood 376-1321.boat sleeps. good 4. $800.rubber Trader's new furniture Barn N. STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: power steering, . . . . . . $1495
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end of Sth St.. High Springs. one owner -
IS FT. open-cock pit offshore Equipped with high Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank 60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. power steering, auto-
FIRST mobile home 162Schulf
complete controls quality
fiberglass boat with bonded linings filter matic radio heater nice . . $1245
lights 10 4 5 gal. tanks. 50 xiII". 2 BR. front fuel economy. "JUNKERS" ,
40 h.P. Johnson tilt trailer skies. kitchen excellent condition $3.600. Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter
ropes belt life preservers & Lot 49 Shady Nook Trailer construction Directional signals Automatic choke 60 DODGE, 4-dr., power steering, brakes, radio -
ladder. SHOO. Phone 372-J738. Park 372-38SI. 53 PONTIAC, Wagon ................ $55
oil filter Dow-Gard
Curved side windows Engine cooling heater automatic transmission, V-8, air

U' FIBERGLASS, with Evlnrude controls. 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE Deep-dip rust proofing 4,000-mile engine oil system 53 FORD, Convertible ................ $55 conditioned . . . . . $995
windshield and top. 35 Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests -
and 17th tilt Terr.trailer UU. 2017 N.E. 1tS7 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- Ceramic armored 33,000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors "One Year G. W. Warranty" 60 OLDS, 2-dr. 88', automatic, heater per-

type truck. Has been serviced muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion fect . . . . . . $1145
72 Office Equipment completely on monthly schedule Coil spring sears No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers
$700 FR '..8461.I Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts Poole-Gable Used Cars 60 LARK, 2-dr. hardtop automatic, radio

PRICES SLASHED ) Motorcycles & Scooters heater, yellow . . . . . $745

EVERYTHING MUST GO! 1962 HARLEY Davidson 145 Scat. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. (DODGE-DART DODGE TRUCKS) 59 IMPERIAL, 4dr. hardtop power steering,
Less than wholesale new. used Perfect condition new tag. See
and rebuilt electric and manual at 1424 NE tth St. or call 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951 brakes, air cond., automatic, radio, heater .

adding machines standard, also 372-8077. nice . . . . . . $1545
and: portable typewriters _
50 check writers o' all types; FOR SALE 157 H.O. Sportster. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
I SIS up. Terms can be arranged excellent condition loaded with ResultsWe'd 59 CHEVROLET, 4-dr. hardtop, power steer-
Want Ads Get
will take trade-Ins Call FR 2- extras. 224 NE 10th St. er call
brakes radio heater conditioned.
0963 or FR 2J10S day or night. 3744143. ing, air

automatic transmission . . $1145 .
73 Musical Merchandise
59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop power steer-
OLD Accordion 120 bass 5 weeks.
7 switches cost $500. still huguaran'ee. ing, brakes, radio, heater, automatic trans

Immediately., $150 or Write best Box cash 357-offer like to clear mission, one owner car . . . $945
M. c-o Gainesville Sun.
NICE upright piano. S725. Wurlitz- up 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic,

er Organ. Pick up payments.New radio, heater V-8, nice . . . $495
Full M Key Spinet piano In
Mahogany $ 95.EARL'S .
PIANO CO. some misconceptionswe
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702 W. Unlv. Ave. 3722222. :- IMPORTED CARS
ACCORDION with alligator case.

120 rich Bass.sound.Italian Worth made.3 times Fine the -
SUJ we ask. Ph. 37-'*77. have been 63 SAAB, 2-dr. 4-speed radio heater like

STARCK ebony spinet piano It .p may guilty new . . . . . . $1345
bench like news S3SO. Phone .
37 -U70. 59 E. FORD, Wagon, radio, heater, real

KING Silver-Sonic trvmpet.'wltnsterling w clean I . . . . . . $445
silver bell and deluxe of

Cost case. $315.Brand Sell new for played S2JO or : fostering. 61 OPEL, wagon, radio, heater, real nice $995
otter. Fred Robbins 2-7404.
57 METRO, 2-dr. hardtop, radio, heater, clean
FOR sale Clarinet used 1 yr.
good condition. No reasonable . . . . . . . $395_
otter refused. Call FR -03S2 after
4 P.M. 55 OPEL, 4-dr. radio heater nice $295

FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. A number of people have asked us how we get away with advertising carburetors, whitewalls, undercoating and a few other things to a SECOND CARS

$465.GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. Volvo as America's biggest selling imported compact car when Valiant it won't have what a Volvo's got.

FR 25353. everybody knows that Volkswagen is America's biggest selling And when do add those won't Valiant for
things get a
-- you you 56 FORD, wagon runs good . . $295
SPINET PIANO imported compact car. any $1910. It'll be right along with Volvo in price. The only thing

FAMOUS Local party make.with concert good is, it won't be right along with Volvo in performance. But then, 57 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater

can ance save entire over remaining S20000 and balance.fin- neither is the Falcon or Corvair. A Volvo will accelerate all . . . . . . . $295

To Inspect without obligation three of these cars in every speed range. 55 FORD, Convertible, automatic, radio,

Co write, Joplin Home Mo.Office Joplin Piano \Vhich heater . . . . . . $495 .
brings us to misconception number three: A high-per

PIANO fairly S8S.good Old condition"Meister"for uprightIn practice aq formance engine needs a lot of care. We'll let Sports Car Graphic, 53 MERCURY, 4dr. radio, clean . $295

or first piano. Phone 37 -48SI.Automotive authoritative automotive magazine answer that one, "Project 53 WILLYS, runs good . . . $195
Volvo came off the dynamometer at the Autolite Test Facility after

one of the most severe tests we have ever put a Project engine

.__- through. Perhaps the foremost bit of education we acquired was SEE: PETE COMPTON. WILBUR SLIGH.

77 Mobil. Homes for Sale -- learning that the Volvo B-18 engine is one of the most, if not THE FRANK GRAY "Mac" McCULLOUGH

ACTION SALE most, reliable, rugged and unbreakable car engines being built .
FACTORY Invoice plus our LOW r.
overhead. TOTAL cost of our contract And now a word about the Volvo 1800 S. We don't think there

Invoice Is deals LESS, than our prices SI00 over Include The answer is simple. Volkswagen is not a compact. It's an are any misconceptions about the 1800S because it's pretty much HAWES POWERSMotor

up. Get delivery the REAL and complete FACTS. set We economy car.: VW is built small to carry you from here to there at in a class by itself. As Road & Track another authoritative automotive

don't sell you. we HELP YOU the least possible cost. Volvo is built family-size to carry you from magazine puts it/"The 1800 S is a very civilized touring car

dustry.BUY. 10 Payments top lines as of low the in-as here to there at the least possible cost. for people who want to travel rapidly in style, a Gran Turismo car Co.

SJ7.2 per month.' VW does its job so well it gives you over 25 miles to a gallon. of the type much in the news these days-but at a price that many

SEE 24 the wide fabulous LEISURAMALAKE Volvo does its job so well it also gives you over 25 miles to a gallon. 312 N. Main St. Phone FR 6-3400

VW is built so well that used ones sell for nearly as much as new

MOBILE HOME GENEVA SALES ones. Volvo is built so well you have trouble finding a used one. So

1 ml. SE of Keystone Heightson much for misconception number one.
Rt. 100 Open evenings a\
Sunday. Misconception number two is price. Far too many people (for

40MODELS our comfort) think a Volvo costs quite a bit more than a Corvair, .Tr GOOD CARS-!

Falcon or Valiant compact. Valiant, the lowest priced of the three,

ON FROM DISPLAY LOWEST TO CHOOSE PRICES lists at S 1910,for example.The lowest priced Volvo lists at$2330*. REDUCED PRICES!

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. But unless add a four-speed transmission
you synchromesh These fine cars are not "Junkers", there are many,
TRAILER MART bucket scats, safety belts, padded dash and padded sun visors, dual many good miles left. Come out and take a look for
Hwv 17. Phone Stt-1650 FERRARI ASTON MARTIN
UNTIL 9 p.m. '

tfdroom house trailer S00. 4-dr. Sedan. 44r. hardtop automatic transmission
one bedroom house trailer $750. ,
Can be rented. Phone 374-42W
Monday to Friday 9 to S. $795 $595'

144 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES ,, ):= .. l'YQ Yti 4kd .

J and 3 bedrooms all Floor <
Plans. Terms tailored to meet ,4' r---t. ... .
your budoet. Drive a little and << -- '
save Ilot at 4 --:: 59 OLDS 57 MERCURY
CONNOLLYMobil I Convertible automatic, radio. 4- Home Sales. Inc. CORVAIR FALCON heater Mat car good white tide
2 Miles Norm on U. S. 441 YOLV01800 S wall tires.
Phone 42341M
Closed Sundays: $695 $445

FOR Excellent SALE 2$condition.' 1 bedroom' ManaresRestaurant. trailer. people who, cannot afford a Ferrari or Aston Martin win be ableto

Road. FR .2-460.2170 tt. w t home aL pay." You pay over $10,000 for a Ferrari or an Aston Martin.

You pay 53995* for a Volvo 1800S. Can you see $6,005 worth 59 FORD 56 FORD '

\ of difference? (Neither will anyone else.) Station
BUY YOUR f 4-dr. Sedan. Wagon V4 engine au
MOBILE HOME Your Volvo dealer will be happy to have you take one of his $645 tomatic $345

From the WORLD'S cars out for a drive on your own.

LARGEST DEALER .._., And we promise right here and now that the next

Southern Mobile r-:"::" '" Volvo advertisement is going to be shorter. All we

Homes Brokers, Inc. -. plan to talk about is how Volvos last an average of 11 VOLVO CRANE LINCOLN MERCURY
2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. in
629-48IS YAUANT VOLVO 122S years Sweden.
"Its easy to trade at Crane Lincoln-Mercury
Ocala Florida ,



1 Mi. N. on 441
at City Limit Sifla .
Get That New
CALL 372-51IJ or UsedAutomobile ,

FOR WE ANYTHING TRADE 516 ,S. Main St. Telephone FR 2-3631 .

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f I LOOKDOWN Northcentral Automobile. 1 Independent Dealer Florida'sNo. : \1 BARKLEY MOTORS


for the i

" finest used cars II t $

in town I UP 3OO

, '63 FORD

Fairlane Station Wagon, V-8 TO
Automobiles engine! Ford-0-Matic transmis
sion, power steering, radio. 1995
J I heater. Finished in attractive:
green. Reduced to: .. . DURING

x This i Is Just one dozen OPERATIONMARK
2-dr., V-8 engine, ''
>8 :.' ;; :
examples of Cruise-0-Matic transmission air
our large
a ; # conditioned, power steering radio I
; *
selection of '63 & 64 heater. This car is finished 1795 .t:
{ ; i in beautiful' yellow. A very spe-
model cars These .:I vial price; now of only . . DOWN!

PONTIAC .t are just like new, event )e't.62;\ FALCON ;Fe

i prices .
make them look to be : 2-dr., this car is equipped .:. \lf\j Impala Sports Coupe, auto., PS, R&H, low
60 PONTIACCatalina l ," I'5 with a heater. Here is real $1 1045Convertible. 63 llCY. mileage, factory warranty still good $2745
jJ 2 or 3 old.
convertible, automatiC f. years economy: true comfort at a f..1-
transmission radio, L. budget price of only .. .. :: / O Galaxie 500, 2dr. hardtop, PS, auto. radio,
heater, power steering and w..l. '; 00 FORD heater, 17,000 miles, 5 brand new tires $2395
brakes, 1-local owner, low t
miles. JOHNNY HIPP 1 62 FORD /"lICXImpala 4dr. sedan, automatic, radio,

$1200 63 Chev : 63 vllCY. heater, air conditioned, power steering $2895
radio heater. .
64 Chevy II epl.Air' passenger station ,. This bronze car Is finished sharp $ .9 AO T Fully.equipped!' including factory air
with a white top. BIRD $2895
wagon, equipped with a Come by and set this 1795 ;'. \JL | conditioning. Brand new tires .
60 PONTIACCatalina Nova 4-door sedan. A beautiful V-l engine powerglide radio beautiful :"
car. (Summer f"f".p it
green and white J- heater power steerIng
Is coming soon 4'drGaaxie| 500,
station wagon, tone paint with white walls. and a new set of whitewall ., 62 FORD $1'I 595
automatic transmission, ra- The car has only' 1200 miles. tires. The color h whiteIt automatic, PS, radio, heater .
dio heater, power steering, is equipped with VI enand the Interior Is turquoise.
brakes, 1 gine Powerglide radio and Low low mileage. Convertible,
power owner heater ;
car. 62 CHEV automatic, PS, R&H, nice $1999 I
$2695 !

$1300 $2695 ,y,ay., I 62 MERCURY, 1/t wKotf miles, ps, . $2295

59 PONTIACStar 63 FordGalaxie tn 4-dr. Impala, automatic PS,

Chief Vista, automatic I OZ CHEV., A/C, R&H, like $2295
transmission power steer- 63 Corvair 500 XL 2-dr. hard
top. A red sharp car that
ing, brakes radio heater, i has blue ,leather bucket
low miles. 1-owner. Monza new condition 4-door sedan.very Like low 'eats. and solid white. exterior. 62 SUNBEAM Alpine extra, extra clean $1795
The car Is equippedwith
miles. The car Is equipped WEEKENDSPECIALS

$1100 I ing.with radio 4-speed factory heater air transmission and condition-bucket, steering, heater Crutse-O-Matic, power and brakes new power set radio I 62 VALIANT' iSiS.[ extra ..?. $1295 1
of white wall tires. Don't
seats. The Interior Is solid .
WEEKEND (rather; Is and gold.the exterior miss this one.finish TRIUMPH *-1795 1
SPECIAL $2795 TR-3 i just .like new .

62 FORD i $2195 62 CHEV. R&H Impala, automatic 4-dr. sedan, PS, c . . . $2095

4-dr.low mileage., Sedan 1-Owner 64 Ford I / IJCW Impala Sports coupe,

$1195 I Glaxte 504 5-door hard ALL PRE-SERVICED FOR ON THE SPOT DELIVERY 62 ViMC V. automatic, R&H, PS . . . . $2295
H1 top new coed;tion. Thc -
q gine.r has Cruise-O-Matic 3JJ cu. In. V-8 tran en 61 FORD4dr. 62 COR V AIR Monza 4-dr., R&H, 4-speed $1 1 695

mission radio. hel'.r.power I LeSabre 4dr. hardtop, a real cream puff. '
steerinn and whitewall
57 FORD4dr. v tires. The white ? 61 BUICK Auto., PS & PS, R&H $ I07J
sedan. Fairlane 500, terior end red interimmakes Station Wagon, equipped with V-8 engine, radio and heater.
auto matic transmission 3 sharpest thIs In ear of the Finished in attractive white and green. Here is room for the fam- 1 BUICK LeSabre Sports coupe, $l QQC
good radio,clean heater transportation ily on that trip. Compare this price anywhere and you will buy at I 0 I R&H, autcmatic. PS. PB I 07 J

D $3195 Shaw & Keeter '98', hardtop, PS. automatic
$600 I i 01 1 OLDS A/C, PB, R&H, 1-owner . . . $2195
-- $1195 I .,

63 CHEVROLET i 63 Ford

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Greenbrier station wagon, Galaxie' 500 4-door sedan,
9-passenger 4 speed equipped with V-8 engine,. .
transmission radio, heater, Cruse-O-Mxtic, power, steeIng 61 FALCON b p. ya
brakes radio
power t. ae r i
whitewall tires. 1-local R. A.'Friendly Bob"Adams heater and white walls. Theinterior i

owner. exterior K fni ell h vinyl i'n white., and the 4-dr., radio, heater. ThiS' little sporty car is finished in red and
$2100 I white. For this sale the price is reduced to
$2595 .

61 FORD $1045

Country sedan station wag- 3
63 II
Chevy I
on, automatic V-So power : --
steering, brakes, radio 1\ '
heater factory air condi- z This Nova car hardtoo is Super a beautifulmaroon Soot.k 60 CHEVROLET -II'

tioned. ,. with qo'd' leathe-
bucket seats. Also equipoedwith BILLY BARKLEY SANDY COMINS BOB ROWE
$1500 Powerolide. radio, .2dr. 6-cyIinder. radio heater. Attractive light blue finish. A
s heater and white; wall tires
good car at a bargain price I
61 PONTIACCatalina 'a I $2295

2 dr. hardtop, $1045 2-6
power steering and brakes, -- I p.m.
radio, heater, automatic 63 Falcon -- -- -

transmission.low mileage. Local owner, ... '60 FORD4dr.
4-door deluxe. Clean as a 61 CADILLAC $2895
$1500 Leon"LL" pin and solid white finish. Sedan deVille, fully equipped .
I The interior Is blue and it I
Stanley Is equioed with rftdie, ., Station wagon, V-8 engine, Cruise-0-Matic transmission, 61 CORVAIR $1195
hetr and standard trans 700 4r., low mileage .
61 PLYMOUTH2dr. mission. radio heater. Tutone green finish. Save enough money on this

whitewall. Savoy tires., radio,1 heater- local, L $1795 I one to take a vacation. I M 61 1 CORVETTE 4-speed extra clean, . $2895

owner low mileage. ___ $1095 2.dr. hardtop.automatic '
$900OPEN 1 61 1 MERCURY air cond., PS, R6H c . .- $1695 1
63 Chev I
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r s Imapala' 4-door hardtop. '59 FORD2dr. I, 61 FALCON 4dr.. radio heater $1195 1
Solid red with red interior
+ i and whi'e wall tires. Thee "- ps,
DAILY 'TIL 9 .tea r Is uipped with V.. en- 61 MERCURY S.A/e"1! . $1795
SAT. 'TIL 6 i qine Powerglide radio ., station wagon, Ford-O-Matic transmission radio, heater. c
A representative to serve you will after behere henter This one and Is power|lust like; Attractive red and white finish. Sharp. Extra clean. Reduced for 61 1 FORD Tutomatic 4dr. Galaxie, $1495 1
Church on Sunday. I this sale to only PS, A/C, R&H .

; S' $2745 $ $795 61 DODGE Lancer 2dr. hardtopauto. R&H $1145 1 1
62 AHEALEYSprite

convertible, low 63 Fordw. 60 FIAT $1095
mileage local owner. spid...
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truck is In condition.
$1100 Tuten side Has 4 body cylinder and engine standard Style SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 60 CHEV. Convertible auto., radio, heater . $ 15/7

Coma by and meet these .shift. 60 VOLKSWAGEN Karmo"n ,.. $1395
8 courteous salesmen: L. $1745
L Hinson. Bud Thompson MONTH
Jimmy lister Pogue.Tom Jerry McEachem McAl- 63 Cad SERVICE PLAN 60 T-BIRD fully equipped . $1995 1

Clarke Brunson Rauierson and R. G. Buford-Bob- "'2" Coupe. A very clean 62 Birdar LOW DOWN
Clifton.TROPICAL. : that has 11,000 miles a PAYMENT 60 FALCON 4-dr. wagon, auto., radio, heater $1195 1 1
nd we have complete back Coupe. Daytona blue with
)round. The car Is fully equipped white walls. It is equipped w ;=
and has factory air with air conditioning, automatic : EASY TERMS 60 T-BIRD $1695
:endltiening.: The color is power seats radio -auto. trans., radio, heater PS .
vhite with black and white and heater. Real sharp. Cq tri i
interior. Beautiful through.wt. wAx LtAI CD/" 4dr. sedan air cond., PS & PS, auto.,
I I jYlCKVi $1 395
$3295 locally owned, like new, 36,000 miles
$4995 I fUf\j Impala 4-dr. hardtop, auto., power
steer1595 1
PONTIAC '59 FORD 60 vtlb ing, radio, heater, cleanest in town

"Over 65 more to choose From"
220 N.W. 8th Ave. Galaxie 2-dr. hardtop. Ford-0-Matic transmission, power steering, 59 vlltV. Station Wagon, auto., radio, heater $/*? .)

FR 2.2583I radio, heater. A beautiful white and green finish. This car can be 4-dr., automatic 095 -
yours for only radio; heater PS, pi .

rL $995 59 TRIUMPH NOW 'oNVr"512711. . . $1195'J

58 AUSTIN HEALEY Sprite, real. $745
:L 58 FORD

for the, GAINESVILLE 8 4-door, Station wagon, V-8 engine, Cruise-O-Matic transmission, I 58 FIAT Spyder, need motor work, a bargain at. . $299

: power steering, radio, heater. Clean tan and white finish.
finest used cars L 57 FORD 2-dr., R&H . $495

in townLOOK :L $445SHAW
I AUTO I 54 PLYMOUTH Exceptionally, clean. c. . $295


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. drab dead shreds' of winter ore the gay. new dresses
,, we've collected for yttur delight this light bright spring '
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Lilacs-and the newest, new color for spring "AZALEA w f 1
What is "Azalea Pink"?'It's not just one tone. It's lightas
can be, or as intense as ever you could imagine it: ,
variations on a wonderful theme for spring. We've
picked three of a gardenful of blooms for your delight: '" : i

A. Glenhaven 4-piece wardrober. Flower printed shell '' $ ,
blouse matching sheath skirt; PLUS a bright Azalea <. -
. sheath skirt and matching jacket making a 4-way out- '" ,.
fit. Jr. Sizes 5 to 13, 32.99 -

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B. Palest pink linen jacket dress embroidery on-jacket is -a't
dainty white and medium pink flower spray, 14 to 18, f, >. .
$SS 29.99 Y R

C. Cohama rayon shantung costume coat-dress in intense .Y : .,.
Azalea. Princess lines in both dress and coat. Real flap '
s+ pockets on coat match the simulated pocket flaps on the az S c .
expensively simple dress. 12 & 1 14, 39.99. ',
*Also available in other, flower tones. ,

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