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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Pub. Co.
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March 2, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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WHILE, Wis. (AP) -WIFE Lawrence Nordlund INSIDESUPERIOR watched in horror Airliner in Calif.

Sunday as an Air Force jet fighter sliced through his home where
his wife was working in the kitchen.

The house and the plane, which crashed in a valley beyond, erupted -
in flame. Nordlund found his wife, Julieann, 45, in the basementand
carried her out before the house was consumed.

Capt. Kenneth C. Hite, 33, pilot of the F106B fighter interceptorfrom
nearby Duluth (Minn.) Air Force Base, was killed. His passenger 3rd When Man's Turns To
Fancy .Fishing
a Young .
Col. Earl L. Bastian, 45, the deputy base commander was burn- Big
ed slightly but parachuted safely.

Mrs. Nordlund was in serious condition in a Superior hospital.She .
suffered fractures and first and second-degree burns. CrashIn
Nordlund was in his yard and was not hurt.
Kite and Bastian were on a flight to Tyndall Air Force Base in .
Florida. Cause of the crash was not known.

Hite is a native of Shelbyville, Ky., Bastian of Scranton, Pa. '
- Week 'I ;

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TAHOE VALLEY, Calif. pLI417 1E: :s '
Crash (AP-A massive search of the
Alps rugged Sierra around Lake Ta- II Ii_ t .
hoe began today for a Paradise 1

Airlines Constellation which disappeared r A
Sunday in a blinding r

Site Scene snowstorm with 81 passengersand
four crew members
aboard.It .
was the third major com- "

HorrorINNSBRUCK mercial The plane air crash loaded in five to capacity days.- 3(

Of day., vanished Veteran about pilot Henry noon Nor-Sun- $ :

ris, 43, had just radioed that he a T .

Austria (AP) Helicopters took Austrian was starting his 27-mile approach -
A rescue teams to an Alpine ravine today to begin theIe' down 23-mile long Lake "
mi .., t
grim job of removing the bodies of 83 victims from the Tahoe to the airport in Tahoe } I

wreckage of a British airliner which crashed Saturday. Valley.It I
! It was one of two crashes Sunday and the third major was the first mishap in the ,.
two-year-old Paradise Airlines'operation. < .
commercial air crash in five ': j :
aays. nadian. The airline, Interna- ar '\
A U.S. Air The four-engine, propellor- '.S ,
Force search tional said d'sXy t Jg9 'j
Eagle, there were 18 m
driven Constellation have
plane spotted the blackened tail may '
married aboard
couples and at r 2.
plunged into the huge lake.
of the four-engine Bristol Brit- least five children. The plane
Norris possibly turned and
annia Sunday between two a $
carried of 0
a crew eight.
peaks. crashed into the
Austrian officials said the air "It is horrible," said an Al- scene is only a few miles .r

liner trying to land through fog pine resue service member. from Squaw Valley, scene of .

at Innsbruck Airport, slammedinto "Arms, legs and heads are the 1960 Winter Olympics.In When wondering eyes spotted the much-missed sun this weekend, outdoor lovers quickly rolled out their boat trail-
8,800-foot Mt. Gamslahner strewn about in the debris. Idon't Washington, the Civil Aeronautics ers and headed for the nearest lake or river to take advantage of the sunshine, and warm weather. Sun photographer
Spitz southeast of the resort see how we could ever ..., Board said it was send- Tommy Lewis said these Newnan's Lake fishermen didn't even seem to mind the scarcity of nibbles.
identify the victims. headed
where the 1964 Winter Olympicswere ing three investigators, I
held. Tape-recorded messages be- by George R. Baber, to the

The big Turboprop plane, its tween the pilot, 40-year-old scene. Candidates Texas Salesman !i
fuel tanks still nearly half full Capt. E. Williams, and the The 81 passengers were fly DistrictingIs '
apparently struck the mountainat Innsbruck Control Tower ing toward a gay Sunday at .
full speed and exploded. Debris roused suspicions that the Nevada's gambling casinos, To AppearOn : Glad Ordeal

and bodies were strewn plane's altimeters were defec- theaters, bars and restaurantsonly Ruled InvalidWASHINGTON
over a 2,000-yard area in the tive. Williams gave his altitudeas two miles from the air-
gully between Gamslahner and 10,000 feet, which would have port at the south end of Lake ForumThe Has Ended
been well above the peaks.Dr. Tahoe.
Glungezer peaks. (AP) The coincidence, on Texas' Independence
The 75 passengers included Leopold Koehler of the Fifteen other pleasure seek- Gainesville League of affirmed HOLLYWOOD (AP-A Syracuse
Supreme Court today.a On March 2
Day. ,
Austrian Civil Aviation Office ers-who had purchased $15.75 N. Y. salesman who
73 Britons bound for a skiing Women Voters and the Junior survived
decision that Texas statutes
1836, Texas proclaimed free-
Austrian and Ca- tickets for the 15-mile flight Chamber of Commerce will cosponsor a plane ditching in the
holiday, an a (See ALPS
on Page 2) establishing the state's 23 con- dom from Mexico.
from San Jose-were unable to
a Candidates Forum Caribbean and 28 hours in shark
get seats. They were taken 50 Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in the gressional districts are uncon- The Supreme Court's un- infested waters, returned to the
miles to Oakland to board an- auditorium of Gainesville High stitutional.The signed order in the Texas case United States Sunday after two
Johnson Seeks 3rd Term other plane but were turned School. high court said its deci- was followed by a notation that weeks in Cuba.
back with a report the weatherwas sion was without prejudice to Justice Tom C. Clark, a Texan, The salesman, Trevor Bruce
I bad.Eighteen. All four candidates for the up- the right of state officials to apply joined in today's action, "But Burns, 43, kissed an asphalt
On County Commission of the 81 passen- coming City Commission elec- by April 1, to the U.S. Dis- upon the grounds stated in his ramp three times immediatelyafter
gers were employes of two discount tion have agreed to participate.Each trict Court in Houston for separate opinion" in the Supreme alighting from a light
I' Edgar Leo Johnson, 41yearold met of Santa Fe Regional Li- houses, the Monte Mart candidate will have a "further equitable relief in Court's decision two plane-once because he appeared -
Gainesville attorney, an- brary, the bookmobile and in Salinas and the Monte Mar brief time to speak freely on light of present circum- weeks ago in a congressional genuinely glad to be back in
nounced yesterday he would branch libraries program, new in nearby Monterey. his own policies, followed by a stances." districting case in Georgia.The the United States and twice for
seek a third term on the Alachua courthouse, long range planningand Expressing how completelythe question and answer period, the The circumstances, the Supreme court said in that case the benefit of photographers who
County Commission.He development of the mosquito plane vanished, and with no questions being submitted in Court said, include "the that congressional districts missed it the first time.A .
Airlines Presi- writing from the floor.A of the must represent the same number -
is a native of Alachua permanent control pro- clues, Paradise imminence forthcoming friend, Al Lefleur of suburban -
County and has practiced law gram, the developing programSee dent Herman Jones, 32, said: brief summery will be given election and the operation of of voters, so far as is prac- Miramar, made a round

r here for 15 years. ( JOHNSON on Page 2)JOHNSON ) "There have been no reports, by the chairman, James S. the election machinery of Tex- ticable. trip to Cuba in a singleengineplane "
This is his statement announc- f no sightings, no nothing. Quincy of the Jaycees assistedby as noted previously by the federal to return Burns. The Fidel -
"We don't know what hap- Mrs. William M. Jones of the District Court in Houstonin Castro government bad approved
ing his candidacy: New Plan
pened. As far as we can trace, League of Women Voters. an opinion." Burns' request, relayed
"During the past seven years, the flight was all routine. There The forum will be broadcastlive The high tribunal also or- through the Swiss embassy, that ,
we on the Alachua County Com- 5 about the dered continued in the !
i a ? was nothing alarming over radio station WGGG. a stay DirectorGetting Lefleur come for him.
mission have accepted the re- weather at the time. However, beginning at 8:30: p.m. The case granted by Justice HugoL. Burns arrived bearing gifts-
sponsibility to make many de- the weather at Lake Tahoe was public is invited. Black on Oct. 23, 1963. gloves and a trinket for his 23-
cisions which will have substan- 4 4k dropping. Snow showers. Pilot This stay, the court ordered, SetDavid year-old wife in Syracuse and a
tial effect for many years to Norris never said anything adverse will continue "pending timely box of Cuban cigars for Gov.
come. to the flight." application" for the relief men- Nelson Rockefeller of New York.
"Notable progress has been In contrast, residents of the WHERETO tioned previously in today's or- Godschalk, Gainesville'snew Burns said the cigars were a
made in many ways, always 8 area said it was snowing hard der and the final disposition of planning director, took a gift from Prime Minister Cas-
with cooperation and assistance "2' Ms and winds were high and gusty the case by the federal District look at his office headquartersat tro's personal physician, Dr. i
from other people interested in >8 -not unusual at this season in FIND IT Court in Houston. city hall briefly this morningand Jose Marquez, who also treatedthe
proper growth and developmentof the high Sierra.Investigator The Houston court, in a 2-1 will begin work full time salesman for severe sunburn
our county. Among the results Ivan Stracenerof Comics . . 11 decision found the Texas districts later in the week. and salt water exposure.
are the new Alachua Gen- the Civil Aeronautics Board Classified . 11-13 invalid, over objectionsby City Manager Bill Green said Burns said Dr. Marquez be-
t eral Hospital, recreational fa- said "the pilot reportedly had Entertainment 10 Gov. John Connally and other today that Godschalk is still lieves Rockefeller, a contenderfor
cilities development, subdivision seen a hole in the overcast and Obituaries . 2 Texas state officials. These getting settled but will assume the Republican presidential
regulations, and planningand was beginning his approach.The Opinion Page . 4 officials appealed to the Supreme his duties this week. nomination, will win the nomination
zoning program now in pro- weather was so stinkingyou Sports . ..6,7Women's Court asking reversal of The 32-year-old architect-city and the election and co-
gress. couldn't search yesterday." . 5 the District Court decision. planner came here over the siders him "a man of deep un-

"Also cooperative develop- (See TAHOE on Page 2)) The high tribunal acted, by weekend from the University of derstanding and profound phi-
North Carolina, where he just losphy."
completed studies for his mas- The salesman added that the
ters degree in city planning.He Cuban people believe "the political
Riding Shotgun for the RailroadEditor's is a former vice presidentand situation would change for
I partner in the consultingfirm (See ORDEAL on Page 2))
of Milo Smith Associates,
Inc. of Tampa and is an honor
( note: Last month station wagon fitted with four rails and cut into the tires. graduate of Dartmouth Collegeand Commission ; ITo
four freight trains of the Florida small rail size wheels which That's why we put these sweeps the University of Florida.
East Coast Railway were Newsman Takes PrecariousJeep' keep the car on the tracks. The on." Discuss -

blasted by dynamite. Now' the car runs along on its regular Also fixedto the bumper are New Zoning :
line, operating despite a tires. All Alley does is press the two upright 6-foot iron bars top.
strike, sends armed guards Trip Along FECAlley accelerator.The ped with red flags. They're designed PORTERON Zoning recommendations from.
ahead of the trains. Two
were train had hardly gone a to knock down anythingthat the City Plan Board take up
accompanied by Associated half mile from Jacksonville Sun- might be stretched across most of tonight's Gainesville
Press Writer Bernard Gavzer. and Dorriety are among despite a strike which started 13 day when Alley stopped and told the tracks. One high rail car City Commission agenda. -
Here's his report. the men who ride the Florida months ago, say the dynamitersbury Dorriety something was on the ran, into a window sash weight
East Coast Railway tracks the explosives alongsidethe tracks 20 yards back. stretched across the tracks at What Will the New There are 12 zoning changes

ahead of freight trains, which ties or tracks. Wires con- Dorriety ran to the and about a five foot height It TAX LAW recommendations, a list of zen i
were blasted by dynamite four nected to detonator caps are run picked a long tube shaped smashed the windshield, but no DO FOR YOU? ing resolutions and an alley closing -
Associated Press Writer up -
I times last month. They are like along each rail for 22 feet to a device. one was badly hurt. When Will Your Savings and lot split on the pro I
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) the infantry scouts, or the shot- six-volt battery. When the locomotive Moving along the main south START? gram. +

James Alley got into the high- gun guards who rode the stage wheels touch the wire, sweep Alley that said is it attached was a to track the track at speeds from 40, to 65 For a Complete Analysisof University Inn owner Nat Po
rail car, slipped a bone-handled coaches of the old west. they complete the circuit from Your Future address th
.38 Emith & Wesson from his front bumper of the high rail m.p.h., Alley and Dorriety were zin is scheduled to <
Since the Feb. 9 dynamiting, one rail to the other, and dyna- cars. in constant radio communicationwith INCOME TAX Picture commission about off premise
placed it the seat.
the two men concentrate on detecting mite is detonated. the freight barreling along ReadSYLVIA delivery of beverages and Charles
His partner, Wilkes "Those things to
Dorriety, are put on PORTER
signs of dynamite. "The last time we (the rail behind them and with the rail- Fanelli will discuss his beverage
put a mahogany-handled .38 sweep chains or any small Starting Today in commission
alongside Alley's. "Watch the rails," Alley said. car) ran over the wires but things off the tracks," he ex- road, yards at Jacksonville and license with *
Alley shoved the vehicle gearshift "And if you see a wire on it, couldn't complete the circuit be- plained. "A little trick they picked St. Augustine."H.R. ers. .1
into drive and began an- hang on." cause we've got rubber wheels," up was driving sharp spikes 9, 1,000 feet past MP18 Cil 1ttsuilk im The meeting will be at 'l3t
other tour "riding shotgun for Security police for the railroad Alley said. into the ties so that a point ," Dorriety would report, ex- tonight at the Utilities Operations :

the railroad. which has been operating The rail car is a converted would stick 'up alongside the (See FEC on Page 2)) __ Center. 555 SE 5th AvC F :!'

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t Gainesville Sun Monday March 2, 1964"Birthday" I
.. _March 2,
TV Program Weather Roundup More AboutJohnson tl. _

Planned On Iir2Eby

A .

SmokingA '=\ B \ From 1 I -..
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special television programon -r.... ,C\ -- of better primary highways, secondary I hSUN I j

L 1 the relationship between ti .. ...\. highways, county roads .. ..

smoking and lung cancer will B C D-Scattered showers ..,..... \ and access points to Interstate ALACHUA GENERAL SE 9th Place, at N. Main Street II a 4

be seen by area audiences tomorrow this afternoon and tonight 75, much of ,this in cooperation HOSPITAL and University Avenue at 11:10 .. .

night at 9 on the Uni- Low tonight in 50s. Partly L\ .. with the State Road Depart February 28, 1964BIRTHS a.m. yesterday. I

versity of Florida educational cloudy Tuesday, high in low ... F \-0 ment.
television, WUFT-TV Channel 70s. 15 to 30 miles per hour E \ "Also construction of side- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Pul- Walter Raymond Knudsen,

5.The northerly winds tonight and J .. ..:.. walks along school access roads len, Rt. 3, Box 17, City, a girl; I 4119 NW 12th Ave., and Rather- .
.30-minute program includes Tuesday. Small craft warn- ... \ \- to provide for safety of childrento Mr. and Mrs. Percy I. Gard ine Frances Werner, Mayport, : ;

an award-winning" film ings displayed along West .. r t ; and from school, providing ner, 1901 SE 12th St. City, a boy; at W. University Avenue and :
w. "Is Smoking Worth It? and a Coast and probably be need- Z I funds for water control structureon Mr. and Mrs. Tony A. Bates, 18th Street at 11:58 a.m. yester

panel discussion by. three area ed along East; Coast later to H.... !-. Orange Lake, establishmentof 816 SE 4th Ave. City, a girl. day. J

medical authorities.It day. ..i full time civil defense office ADMITTEDMrs. .
James L. Kelly, 1916 NW 2nd
is sponsored by the Alachua ..
American Scattered thunderstorms and -I' establishment of full time vet N. Muntyan, !St., and Loretha Timmons Wi
unit of the
County gusty winds this afternoon Mrs. Ella M.
becoming Gardner
racer Society and is part of partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. erans service office, improvement Susan Mrs. ley, Route 3, Box 653, in the 500 .
E. ;;
Low tonight in 50s. high Tuesday in of county jail facilities, Niskanen, French C. +![block of NW 21st Lane at 11:42 =
the Channel Five series, "At Us. Variable I to 16 knot winds tonight Crown, James W.
and Tuesday.E active participation in State Jumpp, JohnR. a.m. yesterday.Cothen .
7' ., Your Service. F-Partly cloudy through Tues Association of County Commissioners Seaton, John T. Brigman, ,
Participating in the panel dis- day.tonight Scattered in 60s showers high Tuesday tonight.75 Low to GAINESVILLE WEATHER thus profiting from the Alex Harper, Mrs. Kay K. Mi-!! Scott, Newberry and
cussion in Tuesday night's program 80. Southerly winds reaching 15 to GAINESVILLE WEATHER-Municipal experience of others. throughoutthe zell, all of Gainesville; Werin T. I Whitfield, Newberry three ..
ew will be Dr. Myron Wheat, northerly 30 miles tonight per hour and and shillingSmall Airport readings for 24 hours toSam. state and providing stable Chance, Jr., Newberry; Mrs. miles east of Newberry on S.R.
s. of today: High 73 at 3 p.m., low 26 at 2:30 a.m.
associate craft
professor surgeryin warnings displayed. Alavan yesterday .
B. Horne
G 57 at I I.m. No rain. leadership in local governmentor High Springs;
-Partly cloudy through Tuesday.
.. w w < 'qk the University of Florida College Scattered showers tonight. Low toTEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE [ Alachua County. Mr. Thomas Smith, Newberry; Olen Henry Stallnaker, Jack- .
Medicine Dr. Margaret night in 60s. High" Tuesday around ,
of sonville
; Mrs. Geneva and William
12. Southerly 12 to 22 mile winds. H L Prep. "We have cooperation and D. Fuquay, Cross Aubrey "
Ward, a pathologist on the staffsof H I J K-Partly cloudy through Jacksonville ............ .69 54 City Mrs. McKinney, Route 1, Box 41
Beatrice ten
; F.Counce ,
Low Miami .................. 70 68 working relationships with ,!
Tuesday. tonight 70. high Tuesday
Alachua General Hospitaland S2. Southeast to south 12 to 22 Tampa .................. 71 61 all of the other branches of city, Ft. White. i miles north of Gainesville on
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in New Orleans 67 57 .70
Brevard County Hospital mile winds. Atlanta ................ 48 42 .15 county and state government.This DISCHARGED : S.R. 24 at 7:05 p.m. Friday.
and Dr. James .,..............
Melbourne; MARINE FORECAST Boston 48 37 Murray C. : Frederick M. Deeb, 2718 NW
EAST 'GULF: Small craft warnings New York .............. 50 40 feeling of confidence in Robinson. Mrs.
Daily, who serves on the staffsof today. Northerly winds 15 to 30 knots Washington ............ 54 34 each other has contributed to Annette H. Reinsch and daughter 2nd Ave., and Calvert W. Can
Alachua General Munroe tonight and Tuesday. Showers to Chicago ,............... 50 38 non Route
Kansas City ............ 62 41 the mutual efforts which have Juanita C. Horton and son, 120, in the
CakeCub Hospital in Ocala and the Willis- night. Denver ................ 52 28 accomplished much. I would Barbara L. Kinser and daughter 200 block of SW 13th Street at
so -
CEDAft KEY TIDES Ft. Worth .............. 72 52 .20
ton Hospital. Tuesday-High at 4:37: a.m. 4:17 p.m. Los Angeles ........... 65 52 .08 appreciate the privilege of continuing Mrs. Annie S. Brown, Dar- 11:44 p.m. Saturday.
Scout Pack 82 celebrated its seventh anniver- Low at 10:1 a.m. and 11:10 p.m. Seattle .................. 51 39 ..11FiveDay to serve as a memberof nell W. Norris, Otis Johnson, Hollis Vaughn Knight Jr.,

sary Saturday night. And den mother Shirley Weber More About Forecast the team which is the Alachua Mrs. Judyth V. Baker, Harvey 'Jacksonville, and Harold R.

was on hand with cake and seven candles. Partakingare County Commission. I H. Smith, Paul G. Busby, Scott 'I Hawley, Route 1, Box 3Oc6, in

scouts John Spence, left, and David Roberts. Temperatures are expected to range from the upper forties in "Looking to the future, it is: T. Davis, William K. Swilley, the 1800 block of SW 13th Street

TahoeFrom extreme north Florida to the fifties my judgment that. Alachua Mrs. Joyce J. Akins, Betty Lar- at 7:49 p.m. Saturday.
Cub Scouts Get Awards average two to five degrees in central districts and six County probably will double in gacci and daughter, Hal Yates, Jimmy Mattair, 3415 NW 1st

above normal for the five-day ties in the extreme south. The population within the next 10 Mrs. Fannie R. Fraser, John J. Court and Albert Roscoe Min-

I. period starting at 7 p.m. today forecast calls for scattered years. Our planning for the fu Mullis, Mrs. Marilyn C. Clyatt t cey, Ft. Lauderdale, about 12:30

! During Birthday Affair Page 1 and ending at 7 p.m. Saturday. showers with amounts variablbut ture in the areas of county and daughter, Mrs. Rugh V. p.m. Friday in the 220 block of
egovernment Stewart, Mrs. Janie A. N. Main Street.
hospital facilities, Leggett.
The normal high temperaturesare less than one-quarter a
It the third Patricia
was major com L.
Thirteen awards were handedout affair was Father Philip Hal- mercial airline crash in less in the 70s. The normal lows: inch in most places. I recreational, roads facilities, zoning, ,water to mention resources February 29, 1964 2nd Ave., Richard Strohm F., 915 Young SW,

when Cub Scout pack 82 had stead of Catholic Student Cen than a week.Wednesday. a few, is geared to keep BIRTHSMr. Lutz, Fla., and Ernest F. Whit

its annual Blue and Gold Ban- ter. an Eastern Air pace with this anticipat e d & Mrs. Tannie Sapp, 108 ney, Melrose, about 4:30: p.m.

quet Saturday night in Metcalf Cub Master Clyde Monroe was Lines jet crashed into New Or- @ bttuarieg growth. I pledge my best effortsto SE Don 10 Dickerson Ave., a girl, 1008; Mr. NE& Mrs.22 Friday in the 400 block of SW '
leans' Lake Pontchartrain kill- 4th Avenue.
Elementary School. master of ceremonies. continue the progress that has :
Terr., a boy Mr. & Mrs. An
ing all 58 aboard. And Satur- been ours. ; John Taggett Harlowe, 668

The fete marked the pack's Pack 82 is sponsored by St. day, 83 were killed when a Brit- "The single most important t thony S. Niskanen, 2832 NE 14 Tolbert Hall, University of Florida

seventh birthday. Patrick's Catholic Church. ish Eagle Airways Turboprop' G. E. FISHER her father's bedside at his home I: item on the horizon for Alachua L Dr., a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Bozidar and James Winder Rouzie,

Awards went to: crashed into an Austrian moun I in Bluefield, West Va., over the County is the Payne's Prairie Muntyan, 4005 NW 14 Pl., Jacksonville, about 12:40: p.m.
More About taint Word has been received here weekend. His home was at 801 and Orange Lake Watershed a boy; Mr. & Mrs. Ivy L. Saturday at the intersection of
'-Wolf Benny Midgette and of the death yesterday morningof Holder, 1029 NW 41 Ave., a W. University Avenue and 18th
Norris was chief pilot for Bluefield Ave., in Bluefield.In projects, Johnson concluded,
Larry Reynolds.Bear Paradise. He had flown connies G.; E. Fisher, father of Mrs. addition. Mrs. Morrison, noting that he has worked with boy; Mr. & Mrs. Roger G. Street.

OrdealFrom or similar planes about 16,000 Donald Morrison Jr. of Gaines- survivors include a son, GeorgeJr. the county commission committee Holton High Springs, a boy; Faye Harrelson Byrd, 433 SE
Danny Monroe, David Mr. & Mrs. Robert Charles
hours in 16 years. He was familiar -' ., Bluefield; a daughter, Mrs investigating the feasibilityof 1st St., Anne Wells Ebaugh, 2721
Roberts and Michael Spann. Parker 312 SE 49th Drive
ville.Mrs. ,
a SW 4th Place
-Lion David Roberts, Michael with the area in which Morrison was called toMore H. 0. McComas, Alexandria, the projects. girl. and Charles R.
I his plane vanished. Ave., and nine grandchildren. Johnson is a graduate of the Perry, 230 SW 42nd St., about
Weber and Michael
Page 1 Norris was a bachelor. He University of Florida College o:f 4:20 p.m. Saturday at the inter-
Spann. lived in Alameda. About ANN FLYNN TEMPLEMrs. Business Administration and Gertha M. Dickerson, Mrs. section of W. University Avenue

-Gold Arrow John Spence. the better for the world under. The stewardess, Wynette McDowell Ann Flynn Temple, 76, College of Law. Clara J. Sapp, William F. Ad- and 22nd Street. I

-Denner David Rob e r t s Rockefeller." I 29, had four children. Earlton, was dead on arrival at I He has been executive serve kins, Thomas J. Higgins, Tex Andrew A. Sappington, 304

and Benny Midgette. Burns said Her home is in Pittsburg, Calif. FECFrom Alachua General Hospital yesterday tary of the Florida WaterwaysAssn. ry V. Davock, Mrs. Joan C. NW 36th Drive, and Donna B.

him many Cubans told The other crew members: after taking ill at home. for the past year and ha Hoyt Y t, Sapp, 243 U Flavet III, about
-Assistant Denner Christo- "they would be much happier 1 She lived in Patricia A. Trainham, MattieB.
Earlton with her 11:36
Donald Watson, 28, South San served for three years as chair : a.m. Saturday at the intersection
pher Spence and Jarrett Young. having relations with the Francisco, first officer, and daughter, Mrs. Frank H. Lewis. man of the Water Resources Mobley, Mrs. Constance Parker of NW 4th Avenue

Four other boys Roy Hebel, United States than with Russia." Jake Worthley, 33,' Fremont, Page 1 Other survivors include a daughter Committee of the State Association Mrs. Jane L. Johnson, all and 13th Street.
Carey Hebel, Paul Leon and salesman said he was Calif. Mrs. Madelene T. Smith, of County Commissioners. of Gainesville; Rochelle Curtis, Peter Michel Hahn, 4107 NW

Daryl Stevens were inducted treated well, had complete freedom The airline released the plaining that be had just told the Jacksonville; and one grand Johnson and his wife, Madge, Archer; Roberta K. Graham, 12th Ave., and William Paul

into the pack. Speaker for .the and lived at. the HabanaLibre ; names of. 63 passengers who locomotive engineer and the daughter. and two daughters live at 152 Melrose; Mrs. Joyce E. Akins, Davis, 111 NW 6th St., about 11

I ; formerly the Havana Hil] boarded at San Jose, but said yard that he passed mile post Jones-Johnson is in charge of: I Trenton. a.m. Saturday at the intersect. C

Soviet ton. He said the Cubans were the names of 18 who boarded at 18. arrangements. More About DISCHARGED ion of E. University Avenue and
GripeMOSCOW eating good wholesome Joseph W. Douglas, Mrs. 1st Street.
food Salinas had been mailed and i The seemed uneventful.
and seemed determined "to find would not be available until the, trip MARY JOHNSON Linda Raymer, Mrs. Virginia John E. Merrill Jr., 570 NW
(AP-The) Soviet happiness and security." list is received today.Pair But suddenly the figure of a Mary Erma Johnson, 36, Ala Alps Strickland, Mercer Veal, Davis 30th St., about 1:30 a.m. Saturday
the tracks in
government man on was seen
newspaper H. Parker, Mrs. Alma
chua, died Sunday at the J. on'NW 28th Avenue.
tia Saturday night criticized the Burns was returning from a the distance.As Hillis Miller Health Center. From 1 Parker, Brice John, Mrs. 10:10: a.m. Friday at the home

fact that ball-point pens are sales trip to Kingston, Jamaica, NabbedIn we drew closer, Alley one Joyce Hoover, Mrs. Lila Bur- of J. A. Jones, 2927 SW 1st Ave.,
not manufactured in the SoViet when his plane out of She was a native of Alachua said described gin Mrs.
ran gas. sounded the horn and the man Williams, as one' Alavan Horne, John shortage in electrical wiring in
Union. He was rescued by the Cuban 'Shine Case moved to the side. He was a policeman and a member of the Methodist of Eagle's veteran pilots, was Brigman, Vernon Flowers, Mrs. the carport of the home, slight
The newspaper blamed "bu Navy after he ditched his plane doing track patrol dutyon Church. She worked as a given a detailed weather reportand Janie Mae Hough, Mrs. Emma damage.

reaucratic obstacles." and was treated at a Las Villas i A 61-year-old woman and a his off time. clerk at the Dixie Linen Com told that airport visibilitywas Moody and son, Jonathan 12:33 p.m. Friday at a home

1 Province hospital before be'taken mg 20-year-old youth were jailed pany. above international safety Jukes, Mrs. Mary L. Adams, owned by Wade Stokes, 312 NW

Gainesville Sun to Havana.He I Saturday on moonshine charges. The event served as a reminder Funeral services will be at 2 limits. Mrs. Mattie Parrish, Mrs. Jean 7th Ter., grease in a pan, no

Published evenings except said he would have left that something dangerous p.m. Wednesday in the Williams "Apparently the pilot was Nichols and son, Mrs. Hassie damage.

Saturday and Sunday morn- Cuba sooner but regained the could always be just 10 feet Thomas Funeral Homewith prepared to land because he Beck Mrs. Cora M. Studstill 2:12: p.m. Friday at the home
ings by the Gainesville Pub- ability to walk only three They were arrested in two ahead: A booby trap, a snaiper, Rev. Allan Stuart offici i did not inform the control tow and son, Mrs. Anna Frierson of Mrs. J. P. Hennsey, 223 SW

2nd lishing Place.Company Gainesville at 101 Florida SE ago. He was still wearing tennis days early morning raids by beverage a de-railer. ating. Burial will follow in er of any intention to divert to and son, Mrs. PatriciaVips 4th Ave., a fire in a chair caused

and entered as second class shoes because of swollen, inflamed agents and city police. "You can't rightly say it is i Hague Cemetery. Pallbearerswill an alternate airport," Koehler r and son, Mrs. Serena Melvin, by a cigaret, damage estimatedat
The raids were at the two person's be Elwood Myers T. 0. said. Jackson Fralick Mrs. Ka
matter at the Post Office at feet. at $20.
hard work, Alley said. "But it i
Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION homes. Martin, J. D. Malphurs, C. M. Officials at the Innsbruck leen Broadwell. 8:40: p.m. Friday at the home
does work
on you, especially at
RATES BY He planned to remain withLefluer Selena Foreman, 61, 717 NW night. We put bright spot lights Fields, S. P. Haisten and A. tower said radio messages from ACCIDENT of Erwin Prein, 4289 NW 16th
CARRIER OR MAIL for a few days before P. the showed the "had ROUNDUP I
: Sr. plane pilot
Spencer St., started around a water
returning to Syracuse.Formosa 2nd Ave., was caught with on the rails but it sure workson Involved in accidents reported' gas
1 Week .45 four gallons and a quart of your eyes. Survivors include her husband ,everything ready for a landingand to Gainesville Police and the I heater in the utility room, damages .
3 Mos. $5.85 Clarence; three brothers then suddenly veered off estimated at $1,000.
said. She
police posted sheriffs office
All mail subsc.iptions mutt Aid $500 bond and was released. ,' "You wouldn't think a man Herman Darity, Gainesville course." three days during the last II 10:44: p.m. Friday in the Colonial !.

be paid in advance. Nathaniel Brockington, 1112 could get tired sitting in a car Ernest Dairty, W a I do, "The plane's landing gear Walter : Manor Apartments in the
Member of Audit Bureau of TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)-Nationalist NW 6th Place, posted $300 but you sure do." and Winston Lee Darity, Ala: was down and the pilot was obviously 12th Ave., and Knudsen Alan W.4119 Martin NW, 1200 block of SW 2nd Avenue, a
Circulation.All China got $1.3 billion in bond. chua; and four sisters, Mrs. planning to fly a downward short in the wiring of a rec d
American aid in the 13 fiscal Brockington charged Dorriety commented that they Waunita Lemnah, Mrs. Rita leg to come in for the land Keystone Heights, at W. University player, damage slight.
material contained herein Is had to be ready for anything."That's Avenue and 13th Streetat
the property of the Cainetvlli years through 1964, excluding with possessing a quart of i the made Stakes and Mrs. Lorene Witt: ing, the officials said. "Why he 8:49 DWI Charges
why :
Publishing Company. (e) 195J. military aid, the Council for International shine. railway" Alachua, and Mrs. Eva Jane suddenly veered off the landing p.m. yesterday. Charlie Brown, 63, Route 1,
Reproduetion in rhole
or In part that form he said. Lawrence
sign A.
you Kip 14, 3700 NW
U stric'lT forbidden. without, the. Economic Cooperation Both will appear tomorrowin Chaline Jr., Houston, Tex. pattern is not yet known. I Box 214B, was arrested by the
wr" r L. The paper contained a state 36th St.. and Jan Ann Bevis., 15.1, I
-and-- Development- -- said. City Court. .ment which releases the railway 4120 NW- 12th Ave., in the-- 1100-- Florida Highway Patrol about
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-- -- ==CERTIFICATE I I from"personal any liability injury in or the death.eventof HOW TO GROW UP IN ONE PIECEA yesterday.block of NW 29th Drive at 4 p.m. Street 11 p.m.and Saturday charged on with S.driving Main

Guide to Getting Along with Parmth Harry C. Martin, Route 2, Box while intoxicated.
Fire Calls
4-hrs. Wednesday by Robert Paul Smith IOOB, and James C. Smith, Sun-
'Sing At 6:15: ajn. yesterday, a
Ding'Next land Training Center, in the
AUTHOR Of"WKK DID YOU GOT""fJIJf.-'WHAT DID YOU DOT"NOTi.t KG." flooded heater at 426 NW 3rd St. ,
1300 block of E. University Avenue -
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ONLYBring LaattJ solo BEDTIME at 3:26 p.m. yesterday.Alan .

SundayBarber L. Rogers, Miami, anLouis d Earl C. MayRepresenting
this certificate and $2.71 plus tax and receivea L. Murrill, Arcadia, at NW
LADIES'! Sterling Silver or 10-kt. Gold Filled Ring,
shop harmony will 13th Street and 39th Avenue at
set with a / -ct. IMITATION KIMBERLY DIAMOND rock the rafters of the City Recreation 3:53 p.m. yesterday. The Equitable Lif.Assurce .
I Society
Center next Sunday.There'll Richard Dall Lee, 108 NW 1st
be a "sing-ding. Ave._, and Inez Worthy Ivory, 938
I set in genuine diamonds these rings would
The affair is
sponsored by then
UJ cost $100 to $200.COMPARE, see if you can
tell the difference. Society for the Preservationand
r- Also available: YELLOW MOUNTINGS 10- Encouragement of Barber
j Shop Singing America
< SETS i in. Miracle Mountings Clusters *
$271 ;0 .
Rinqs Boy's Rings Girl'sRings
U Cultured Pearl Chil- ,
Rings -I .
dren's Rings Men's Rings $2.71 It's part of a move to organ 4 COMPARE PRlllEisOF
$9.95. ize a local chapter of the group.
m LARGE SELECTION GENUINE 1. 2. and 3 KT. SPINELS IN SOLIDn Singers will come from other

STERLING SILVER MOUNTINGS PRICED SPECIAL! areas of the state to take, partin SAME QUlpfiJlYOU

1- Illustrations Shown for Comparison the sing-ding here, starting
n at 3 Local invited
p.m. men are
ofUJ Free Gift Boxes to attend.
A WILL Al iffBUYxli"
There'll be singing and an explanation 1
U of what the group is
F'l m and does.It .

,. CO. earlier was reported that 1'
the meeting was yesterday. Bedtime is when Old Father says"Go to bed."Put one little flit -.- -

"WALGREEN AGENCY" foot forward,and then the other,and BO on until you get to your oti -"=. ; ? ;?
room.Put on jour pajamas Or jour brother'a pajamaa.Or jour
37 NO. MAIN ST.. GAINESVILLE FLA. Cross BorderNEW ater'. pajamas. Put on anybodj' pajamas bat jour father'*.

1111 Take jour clothe off first,stupid.Walk to the bathroom.Wash The Furnitute Manufacturers

hands Wash dirty fae.Brush dirty teeth
DELHI, India (AP) jour dirty jour jour
and put the cap back on the toothpaste tube.If yon want a drinkof
More than 52,000 tribal refugees
water,take it now.If you think that later on you will want a
1 including 35,000 Christians have
drink of water,take it now.Walk back to jour bedroom.Get into AMPLE HOUSSourh
crossed the border from East
bed. Pull the covers up. Shut jour little eyes, abut your little
Pakistan into Assam as a result mouth, shut jour little ears. Too will not be wanted until

i of alleged Moslem persecution breakfast. Main St.
the Indian government i
REMEMBER: WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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Housing MeetingMembers ---

of the North Florida chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Man- -

agement met with members of the University Real Estate Club and housing c .

officials here recently to discuss several aspects of Gainesville housing prob- .
lems. Among those attending are, left to right, Charles C. Smith, of Jacksonville +. : "i

Carl B. Opp, head of UF off-campus housing, Dr. Harold C. Riker, UF .
director of housing and Alonzo Frank Green president of the chapter. (SunPhoto

by Tommy Lewis) .
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Prosperity Ruby to Receive Y.v'I .w s.- \ .. I

-s" SC .,:,SI'.t
Signs Bring

Psychiatric .
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WarningWASHINGTON N '!' I r'r'

I By RELMAN MORIN that he did not know right from )
( c '
DALLAS (AP) A psychiatrist wrong when he killed Oswald.
Senate-House Economic Committee
prepared today to examine District Atty. Henry M. Wade ., ys
today predicted good Jack Ruby for the defense as will attempt to convince the ;
times in 1964 as tax savings
that and is
the moment neared when the jury Ruby was sane.
spread through the economy.But prosecution calls its first wit He will ask for death in the electric

it cautioned that either nesses in Ruby's trial on a chair. a.x.i.f4 aaw L ey

prices hikes by private producers charge of murder with malice. Among Wade's first witnesses -
will be J.R. Leavelle and L. .>
or excessive budget cuts by The third week of the trial : ,
C. Graves, the detectives who
the could spoil the I v.ith still
government begins today attorneys
beside Oswald
were walking
picture. trying to complete the jury. Eti:4r ;:
when he was shot.A : *
I Eight men and two women \
And the Republican minorityof list of 48 potential witnesses -
have been sworn in as jurors.A .
has been filed with
the committee accused Pres Judge .,
usv dmx
a %
: a e
ident Johnson's administrationof special session Saturday Joe B. Brown by the state, and n dp_ :: 4 '$ .. ''Yid'. :'
failed to produce two more for
Wade estimates he needs two 'Wc
unduly heating up the econ- ,' .SMrl 3r
and thus the required panel of 12. In Texas -days to present his case.Ruby's .r. .".. ..k IZ ;;%
this election year, j :3 ''
omy a 13th juror is not chosenas lawyers, headed by 1 a *>

risking a bust later. :I an alternate. If one of the Melvin Belli, said they have '.m, s
The committee of senators 12 becomes incapacitated the some 75 witnesses. Belli esti- ;

and House members presentedits I case becomes a mistrial.Dr. mated it will be "three to four fwV: I

study of the President's an- Manfred Guttmacher, weeks" before the case goes to
nual economic report in two chief medical officer for the the jury.

sharply contrasted sections,i Supreme Bench of Baltimore, Belli said Ruby telephonedhim
with the Republican criticism flew to Dallas Sunday night and Sunday morning and said

running almost three times as told newsmen he expects to examine -several times, "I want to takea 1

long as the majority document.The Ruby today, possibly I lie detector test." With an as-
after court recesses this after- sistant Phil Burleson Belli vis Wash 1 phamPerful

Democratic Majority' noon. He said he also wants to ited Ruby in his cell for aboutan s 4 r .. +
found special encouragement study the electro encephalo- hour

in the timing of the tax cut grams (brain wave photos) tak- "I can't tell fact from fantasyany toaMb.han l nl. aUy''cleanYou
enacted last week, saying it
en on Ruby. more in what he tells me," .
"will accelerate an existing expansion -: The psychiatrist said he has Belli said. "I'm about readyfor ttha-.1f. .
instead of being called I about hours with a psychiatrist myself now." ,
eight j
upon to counteract recession." spend Ruby and that the accused man .. ladies told tti what yoo warrteo mostlr? ; rLWltm1t1Jm1tMn111utIY11L I mmm I 1

The Democrats said Johnson I shows signs of "personality dis- an automatic washer. Then we designed the .. BACKED BY

has shown that economies can turbances." Norge 14. Inside, even 10 full-size bed sheets t A 2-YEAR SERVICE POLICY

be made while still increasing' Ruby's defense will be basedon have room to turn and tumble so your deter t. Normal warranty covers parts and labor
spending on vital national the claim that he was tem- for one year altar purchase by original
dean its best. You wanted to do
gent can
owner. Norge extends parts warranty to
and they especially porarily insane when he shot 'V -
needs Oswald in the Dal- little loads too. Norge Ws Flexi-Load feature t 2 two years wbeo customer purchases
praised defense economies. But Lee Harvey .. secood year's l labor policy from dealer at I
they also said "an increase in I.las City Hall.Oswald 0 handles any size wash from 2 to 14 Ibs. with. the time of the original purchase.

unemployment is too great a''I a Marxist, had been just the water you need, and there's no extra l 2-Year Service Policy provides labor
and repair or at dealer'soption
price to pay for balancing the charged with assassinating attachment needed for small loads. of functional parts required to
President Tab and f flcd-Load Water Cootrot. You 2
Kennedy. Ruby's Biggest Agftato
budget. maintain machine in normal l household
lawyers indicate they will claim Nor g a thought about some other things you The biggest tub'of an?; can make water settings for operating condition in dealer's servicing
accusingthe washer teams up'evetY fabric. every toad-worn 2
The Republicans wanted. Like fabric selections household
the assassination shocked Ruby push-button The 14 area. Invalid when damage Is due to
of with the biggest agitator to to 14 Ibs Norge uses
administration into a mental "black out" and to let you wash everything in exactly the right get giant loads really clean cnry the water and detergent misuse, accident, or work by unauthorized -
dismal catalog of economic Agitator gently removes needed for best washing re- persons.
failures," said the economy way. lee new tub Kght that illuminates 7 suit& No extra attachments I
was rebounding with the assist- ACROSS THECOUNTER the entire inside of the tub. Plus a speclali\.andtang1inOoldotheS.p.caeedeCUD. wasfocoiQfl! loads. fU\MJ\J1MJlm1MJ1AJ\J\J1J\ \ \ \

ance of "the wise policies of the soak cycle, a wash,*o wear cool down dnse -_ :. ,

I previous the Democrats administration"took over in when 1961so Jim Richardson that prevents wrinkling,bleach. and rinse addJtive -' e ibigg sti ag\t

dispensers giant lint fitter and we offer; since w ash -
subsequent prosperityis to washday flg
that Have you ever tested the stands for: NORGE 14 LB. WASHERS
largely veneer. Law of Probabilities If you I the protection of 2-Year Service Porky oq, ,'-

"In its anxiety to insure a': toss up ten pennies often. An elected City Com- parts and labor. went automatic PRICED AS LOW AS
enough heads or tails will turn
particularly good economic per-:, up in exactly equal 1 numbers.But mission responsible to
formance in 1964, the Johnson] on any one toss the number all phases of City Gov .
administration..offers... an economic -;, of heads or tails may vary ernment.
widely. The same basic law applies MORG Ell
policy which by its own' to insurance losses. The Establishment of a Per- ::
admission will heat up the l I chances of any one building sonnel Board of representative -
this more than burning down in a certain year : citizens to ..nI
economy year i cannot b. eMI I IAI TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES!
three times greater than in any I w termined; "on I iodically review and recommend --

other peacetime year," the Re i a [the average" it I personnel pol- .' -

publicans said. [won't this year, icy for all city employeesto

(APVERTl&EM) (yet thousands i the City Commission.
2 Door Combination I
Ruptured Men r <:i do burn down. I I! coordinated Saving money tax-assess-through --di r

Get $3.50 Gift The tame un- ment and collectionswith ___ w
(predictab i lit '
for Trying This applies oven to y Alachua County.Reorganization Automatic Defrost Refrigerator 3
I cities. Often, it of Util- ,
seems m a i lor for bet-
MO.-Here is an i ity Department -
Kansas City losses i .
<*cur :
Frank Green r
improved means of holding rupture -i a series; then, ter operations, control, wr Freezer
that has benefitted thous-'! they may skip a city for a yearor and elimination of dup- -' :%. Separate Zero Degree
and wo:, two. Tacoma. Washingtonfor licating facilities. Electric : .
ands of ruptured men
has experienced \
example lust .
with other
the last I fire lose utility tie-in _I .
men in year.Inconspicuous its fourth Urge _
in five months. These losses total systems for emergency : LOADED

without I leg 3600000. One insurance service. McDuff's Special j
I "The name 'Ta :.s. Shelves -
magazine says recreational, Spacious Deep Door
straps, elastic belts, body en-, coma' has fire underwriters Housing,
circling springs or harsh pads,' quaking." Yet it is quite probable and cultural developments Cheese & Butter Conditioner LOW, LOW, PRICE! 5
it has caused many to say, "Idon't that Tacoma wont have in line with our -
another major fire for sometime them. Full Width Porcelain Crisper
see how it holds so easy. in fact this series of ability to finance .tr
I would not have believed, hadI losses makes it less likely, not Long range planningfor Tall Bottle Zone
not tried it." more SO. business and eco-
The very bet that large fire nomic development: of Automatic Defrosting Refrigerator .
losses are unpredictable individually -
So comfortable so easy to although they may be Gainesivlle coordinatedwith Separate Zero Degree Freezer 188 =
wear-it could show you the wayto fairly accurately estimated "en the development pro-

joyous freedom from your masse"a ,MUST.makes adequate insurance rams of the University 5 Year Guarantee on Unit ;....

rupture trouble. We predict some of you will of Borida.!
call us and ask us to check your Careful planning and IcssoU YOU NAME YOUR ,OWN TERMS
You can't 'ose by trying. It fire insurance coverages! Won't I responsible spending of WITH Tswas Oft BUY ON Me DUFF'S

Is sent to you on 30 days trial. you help true?make our predictioncome the proceeds of the six NO CARRYING CHARGE PLAN! ::
You receive a $3.50 special trussas million dollar bond issue
a present for your report. I Call or stop by right away! within' the frameworkby i iCORNER

White for descriptive circular. McKINNEY- the bo**! elation.VOTE N. MAIN ST, & '12th AVENUE : :

It's free. Just address Physic- GREEN Inc. '
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for Phone 376.1296.
Koch Bid?., 2005* Main Kansas Insurance fir Real Estate OPEN 'TIL 9 p.m. .

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damesroilkFlorida's iun OF Blabbermouth Approach f:!


Stem lark atmra disastrous. tion is now thinking about

: .. JOHN X. HAKK1SON. President MiPubliiherj SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON What we are seeing in South sending its own men, bombers 'I
,. ..' 1 ED PAr JOHNSON.COWLES Vic Tics FreiideBtand PwU4eati The Johnson Viet Nam is a perfect illus- and naval vessels into the I
tration of the Khrushchev doc- involves the
I Extevtir EdiUrj W. G. US1B) administration's public relations struggle, but this

..... Beautiful EBEKSOLE Vic President and Advertising I RALPH McGILL on Viet Nam have re Xfi trine on war. He has ruled out possibility of Chinese retalia-
DlrccUn BOB TABTAGUniversity general nuclear He has tion direct Soviet intervention
City' I Pulitzer Prize Winning Publisher cently been awkward, contra- war. -
LIONE.. Tic. President and CtrctlvU Ol tk. AtlanU. (Ga.) CMiUUtiM ( dictory, and even dangerous.In ruled out "limited wars" suchas and major defensive

4 I .. Mimtcer.THE his press conference Sat- w Korea. But he insists on moves to defend Saigon

.I II _A urday, President Johnson said the Communist right to wage against air attack.
SUN'S POLICY Barry'sVoluntary there had been too much spec- what he calls "wars of libera- Pending a decision on so

'., 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. ulation about the military sit- tion," and he identifies the important a question, how-

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials uation in Viet Nam and too i conflict on Viet Nam as such a ever, a prudent government
-\ 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. much pessimism about it, but war. might think, analyze and de-
In such the offense cide before it talks. For when
the administration itself is what a war,
IT IS NOT easy to say
... The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 largely responsible for both should be done about Viet has a startling advantage. For one official indicates one day

.. Want Ads-376-4672 the speculation and the fluc- Nam. The Communists are every invader and gun coming that the U.S. may carry the
tuating flood of pessimismand violating the agreements of down the Ho Chi Minh trail struggle to North Viet Nam,
optimism.First from North Viet Nam into and Secretary Rusk says a
1954 and 1962 by sending guerrillas -
: SystemNew the President has from North Viet Nam South Viet Nam, it takes be- few days later that such a

J ;r been issuing vague and am- and supplies from North Viet tween 10 and 20 men and gunsto decision would not solve the

: Subversion9 in AlabamaEmulating biguous warnings to the Com- Nam and China into South defend the unprotected and military problem in South

Hampshire Notebook: munists in North Viet Nam be- Viet Nam. They are using unidentified areas that may Viet Nam, all this does is to

A recent editorial in the fore he has made up his mind force to upset the balance of be attacked. provoke commitments of intervention -
Gestapo tactics is get- 33,000 name cards have been compiled whether he is prepared to power in Southeast Asia. It and retaliat ion
the "subversive section" of Journal-Transcript, of Franklin out the warnings. here ACCORDINGLY, this unequal from Moscow and Peiping and
ting to be standard practice among by carry is generally agreed now
N.H. .concluded that adds to the doubt and confusion -
the state's Department of Public Second, the administrationis that they are winning the war ratio is as unacceptableto
... Alabama officials. after having listened to Sen- divided between those who by these tactics and that, if the U.S. as the loss of South already great, within

Safety. ator Goldwater's campaign in favor direct U.s. air and naval they conquer South Viet Nam, Viet Nam itself, and some- the South Vietnamese govern

".. A photographer attempting to take the state's Republican presi- action against the Com- the political consequences for thing it is generally agreed ment.
Alabama Governor George Wallace munists i in North Viet Nam the West in the rest of South- has to be done about it to
pictures of the desegregation of an dential primary, it not
apparently takes the view that sup- only and those'who don't, and this east Asia will be serious and, change the rules of the war. TIlE MOST dangerous and

Alabama school recently was assaulted port for desegregation is subversiveand had discovered no convincing division too has been carriedby many officials here believe, This is why the administra- likely immediate prospect is
arguments why he should be prominent officials and not that the Communists will
:. who knocked him
by police
defiance of court rulings is
pro- win the war in South Viet Namor
president, but, in fact, was politicians into the public
I to the ground and smashed his foundly American. The governor has before it has been resolved that the U.S. will carry the
"inclined to wonder how in
--, equipment.Now been spending a good part of his in private. war to North Viet Nam, but
the world he ever got to be a I lnterlandi'I
time exhorting his fellow Alabamans BELOW OLYMPUS By that in the atmosphere of rumor -
senator. confusion and intrigue
it is revealed that state investigators to bitter-end resistance to court THIRD, it is generally
Ii agreed that Viet Nam is not in Saigon another coup d'etat,
spend part of their time orders. There unquestionably is only the most serious military the third in 100 days, will

compiling dossiers on persons involved growing disillusionment with problem facing the adminis- bring in a neutralist South

in demonstrations and on re- The governor is providing in the Sen. Goldwater, but how far it tration but the most delicate Vietnamese government that
will will not be known until well in- will order us out and negotiatea
porters who cover them. The investi- process a graphic illustration of how go political problem as

gators trail Justice Department attorneys the disrespect for law which he is March 10. The senator's graspof volving fundamental relations settlement that will leave
.. the Communists free to take
with Moscow as well as Pei-
,.,. make tape recordings of fostering can lead to disrespect for history and world affairsis ping. over the peninsula.

talks and record the presence of per- the right to dissent, to intimidationand regarded here as hardly up Yet Secretary of State This would be almost as bad

sons at interracial meetings. Every to police state tactics. Here's to the level of a senior seminar Rusk is not going to Saigon THERES A t for the West as a military dis

white person who attended the fun- hoping Alabamans in increasing num- at one of New England's this week with Secretary of 1 SUCKERBORN aster. We could not imposeour
'I 1J presence on a South Vietnamese -
erals of the four Negro youngsters bers will qualify for the subversivefile prestige academies. There is Defense McNamara, but EVERY government that
leaving the State Depart-
killed in last year's Birmingham as they realize the direction of considerable evidence to sup- ment's representation on that MINUTE! didn't want us, and with U.S.
church bombing was photographed the path their governor is taking port the conclusion of veteran mission to his subordinates. ( PT.BARNUM power out of Viet Nam, the

I by Alabama state troopers. All told, them. political editors covering the Meanwhile, the majority situation would really, in the

senator's exposure to the New leader in the Senate, Mike President's phrase, "go to

Hampshire public, that not Mansfield of Montana, seemsto Aa ptdEY"i I '- pot." Communists would be
have been siding publicly f free to expand in SoutheastAsia
since Warren havewe E E
-I Harding with President De Gaulle of ts 1 BE Af ," almost at will.
had a candidate who is so i pLL I Nevertheless, despite the
1 France on negotiation of some
Voice of the People poorly informed. vague policy of neutralizingViet iryi R6fURN BOUt President's belated words of

Nam. And while this was 'J '. { caution, the blabbermouth policy
THE SENATOR opposes, not done with the approval or continues, provoked in

or seems to oppose, the United even the prior knowledge of \\ ? J 'I; part by the compulsion in an
On The Sun's Opinion Page election to do or at
Nations, social security, in- the administration, it is hardto year
convince anybody in Saigonor 4iJ4b YJJf- least to say something that
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters come taxes, aid to the poor, elsewhere abroad that sucha : .- sounds'vigorous.. And the
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should medicare and, according to casual relationship exists irony of this is that vague and
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or one reported interview, most between the administrationand ill-considered statements are
intent. amendments to the Constitution. its chief spokesman in not only bad policy but bad

'" the Senate. .18'Z politics.
Code Would that.are careless enough to put up the vents. Pay gas i0tWcssse

let an oil heater catch fire man to install gas pipes to He presently is in controversy -
would be the same with heater.I .
ElderlyEDITOR with Governor Rockefeller REACHING
which is more dangerousthan would be forced to charge
about social security. The
Sun The housing oil.Look more rent. The gas bill
: governor has charged that
at the house on NE would cost tenants much
i recommended is
code Sen. Goldwater wants to destroy -
the ridiculous I Eighth Avenue that blew up more than oil.
most thing it. Some elderly persons First 100 Days I
the house and killed the lady.If .
have ever read.If So if you pass this code asked the senator about this,
kerosene oil had been
you will remember last we poor old widows will and he said he did: not want to
year there were several law piped in the house insteadof freeze these cold kill off social security and that
chores with all
seemed the
questions at a news confer- early success on appropriations
this would not have New Gtmt.
suits where the contractorsgot gas rainy days. We might even
Mr. Rockefeller had
not told and deliberate speed.A .
ence something he had verge of t u r ning sour,
poor people to sign mort- happened.The lose our homes to you weal- the truth. An examination of By TOM WICKER avoided doing in the first 99 the first exhilaration of com- large problem faced by
gages to have their homes Hotel and Restaurant thy lawmakers.The the senator's indi- WASHINGTON President r:
speeches days of his presidency.It mand was turning into the Johnson last November was
remodeled. These people Commission inspector checks Bible plainly teachesus cates that what he said was Lyndon Baines Johnson came drudgery of responsibility.When staffing the White House and
were anxious to have better my apartments several timesa to do unto others as we that he would like to destroy, to the end of his traditional seemed almost a sym- he was asked to as- his administration. His first

living conditions so they year. The first thing they would have them to do unto eliminate, get rid of, or kill off honeymoon period Saturdaywith bolic gesture. Some persons sess his 100 days at the news move was to seek to keep all
signed the mortgage. ask How do I heat the Are doing this the it is and display of con- close to Johnson believe he
you. you system as now a public conference, he answered reflectively the "Kennedy men" at their
They were not able to pay apartments? When I tell in making this code? substitute some sort of unde- fidence in himself.He is emerging with renewed : jobs both as part of that

,off mortgages.This them I burn oil heaters, More people are being kill- fined voluntary system. Thisis went before live tele- confidence from a recent pe- continuity in government he

h 0 u s ing code does that's okay. It's the gas ed in cars than they are by a typical Goldwaterism.HE vision cameras to answer riod in which his glittering "WHILE I have been lav- sought, and to avoid the political

not require our signature for heaters. they are concernedwith. oil heaters. No code cuts ishly praised by some aid, I embarrassment of having

them to invade our homes down on having automobiles.This IS NOT, for example, think, lavishly criticized by them quit.
:and let the contractors repair I am an elderly widow would effect you weal- against the U.N.; he simply MemoCowles some, I think, generally In the administration, the

3" our home, and if we lady. No way to make a liv- thy lawmakers and doesn't wants to change it to some- Washington speaking, the American nation President largely succeeded.As .

.. don't pay them in 30 months ing for myself except rent effect us poor old people. thing else. He is not againstthe has conducted itself as for the White House staff,

;L they will take our home. out all of my home that I Our homes are all we can poor; he merely wants you would expect it to in a Theodore C. Sorensen, the adviser
--' This is not Cuba. don't actully have to use for afford. You want to makea them to get a job and to Washington Bureau solved crisis, and would get very and speech writer to
:- We all would like much my personal use. code where you can takeit work. Exactly how they will YOU CAN'T WIN: For years the District of that good grades. Kennedy has departed but

"nicer homes if we were ableto Most of my tenants are away from us if you so do this in a time when there the problem of snowy streets by adopting take the it philosophy Lately "And so far as I'm con only after two months of
afford them. We would old 6 million God put the snow there and God would away.
people. For instance I desire to. are nearly unemployed cerned I rather pleasedwith helping Johnson over the
lavish applicationsof am
\have them repaired without have an elderly widow that You may call this freedom and most of the hope and faith have been backstopped by each what has been accom- hump. His has been the on-
invading to tell what has been here three if such code uneducated older salt, but not until dozens of cars have
you us years, but you pass a poor are or fustest with plished in the first hundred ly major loss from the Ken-
had to be done. brings home less than $24 a there won't be freedomfor persons whom no c ne will hire, other on icy streets. Last week, moving to git thar the main streets days, as the result of men nedy White House team
I have rented out part of week working real hard in we elderly poor people is not clear. How the senator the mostest salt, the traffic department salted and women of good will PERSONALLY, after 100
my home as furnished apart- one of our poular laundries.She so please let us enjoyour would support the immense heavily just before a predicted snowstorm. It worked splen- working together." days in the world's most

ments for 30 years, using can not pay any more homes in peace by not burden of national security ina didly that there were no ice accidents whatever, There was the tax challenging office, Johnson
week with
two oil burner heaters to rent than she is paying.If having to let your so called time of great national dan- no snowstorm, either. cut Last television, address, the appears in good t health despite -
heat these apartments. Never I am forced to pay the group to invade them and ger without income taxes also e the long and irregular
in all these years has one price of gas heaters like the repairing them. is rather vague. He seems to EXPERT OPINION: Sargent Shiver, telling of the birth of political speech in Miami hours he works. He chafes

of these heaters caught fire. law will require they are Be it ever so humble thereis be saying that he would free his new son a couple of weeks ago, said the doctor came out Beach, and Saturday's news over press criticism, partic-
You have to be careful with expensive.Pay no place like home. the enterprise system and that of the delivery room and announced "It's a boy. We won'tknow conference was a hardhittingfinish ularly that he is mismanaging -

any heating device. The ones' a sheet metal man to AN ELDERLY LADY would then take care of every- definitely for" a few days, yet, but be looks as though he that began for a with lOO-Johnson day: period ef or not managing foreign

but he will be a senator. \
thing, provides no out- affairs.
fecting what even Republicans
line of method. Johnson's first 100 days
after President Kennedy's assassination conceded was a remarkably
SECURITY: Shortly be less indicative of his
'POTOMAC FEVERBy The senator can play Bobby Kennedy and some close friends went to Treasury effective transition of may ultimate course and style
around with semantics, but Secretary Douglas Dillon's place on Jupiter Island Fla., for the powers of government aft
than is true of most presi-
certainly if he wants to sub- There still much concern that other fanatics er the assassination of JohnF.
rest and privacy. dents. So far his work
Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau has
stitute his and his friends Kennedy.
own unexplained might try to kill the Attorney General been the
voluntary system for what we close if informal, watch over him. Late one afternoonDan From the first minutes he
Cassius Clay'is going to be a real champion: greatest poet since Gene Tun- now have, he plainly means to kept Markham a one of the guests, heard a noise in the bushes was in office, Johnson turnedhis John Kennedy's goals,
and it has been
helped in
ney-and greatest fighter' since Lord Byron. thoughts to maintaining
present procedure. beside the house and rushed in and grabbed a man rum- great part by John Kennedy's
---- -- Nonetheless, he is very angry maging around in there. Turned out to be a caddy from the national unity, and to con- -
Who says'President Johnson isn't smarter than the Republicans? While they with Gov. Rockefeller who he club next door looking for a lost ball. vincing foreign governmentsthat men. Not until John-
campaign i in .New. Hampshire in mid-winter, he campaigns in California and says has misquoted him. The golf the U.S. was functioning son is elected president in

Florida. ,. senator is, without question, PLOT? Dr. Luther Terry, the Surgeon General, has been efficiently on the same linesof his presidency own right and his will own his lead-own

-.- an amiable man with a sunny his full share of mail since the cigarette report came policy, without internal
The $11 billion tax ,cut becomes law, designed to give the economy a hypo. smile, but he doesn't seem to out.getting Among his critics, Terry said, are some who have charged struggle or weakness. ership be clearly seen.

Housewives are ecstatic. It's now the height of patriotism to go on a shopping be faring too well in his exposure him with involvement in a plot to (A) abolish Smokey BearB Much of Johnson's attention .

spree. to questioning audiences ( ) promote sale of candy and gum.'Terry denies the allegations since those dark days of No- DefinitionlessLanguage
-- in a presidential campaign.He also that he has not experimented with a recipe vember has been directed to-
Ode to the forgotten name: Numbers! numbers everywhere, for your cards, does reveal a sometimes suggested says by one correspondent to use dried tea leaves ax a ward Congress an institut-
your phone, your lair. All the world is numeral mad, digit-wise but namelesssad. appalling ignorance of world tobacco substitute. tion he knew loved and respected -

affairs which no amount of as few_ presidents had. (e) New York Time

-- glib phrases such as "Win or NAIVE: An administration official, replying to a question WASHINGTON When the
LBJ swims in the White House pool in his birthday suit. Togetherness. withdraw," and "Send in the about how the machinery of government works quoted Pres. THE MASSIVE tax reduc- government changes a policy I
Altogetherness. Marines to turn the tion bill Kennedy proposed and is hesitant about admit-
on water"will William Howard Taft in this connection, to wit: "I have been
-- cover up. having a discussion of the machinery of government with a has been enacted and its ting it, it sometimes invents a
The Clay-Liston fight was the first broadcast to Europe by satellite. Clay said damned fool who really thought it was machinery." economic blessings are sup- language to describe what it i
he'd put Liston in orbit, but who thought they'd both go? In the meantime, some idea posted to start flowing this has done.

-- of how the Goldwater hopes week. The civil rights bill has Last week the Treasury, describing -
Ode to the retraining program: Changes, changes everywhere. Hootenanny, have subsided may be had in / been brought through the a new approach in
Beatle hair. Tobacco's out, but pool's back in. It takes a brain these days to sin. the latest claims. A short House intact, and now faces the purchase of foreign cur-
-- while ago the senator's state F.Y4: i fM. R.Cht the prospect of filibuster in rencies, said the action "in a

UCLA gives LBJ an honuh.. MH iyf this seems to be rushing the June manager was claiming a threeto l/J the Senate. Congress, seem- limited degree may help to illustrate

honorary degree season, don't forget this is Lady Bird's husband, Early Bird. one victory. He now says J cul-c cJjfr. A4 ingly invigorated by John- some of the potentialities -
that 40 per cent of the vote .. son's brand of leadership, is of this possible line o!

Gossip. : A person wh 1u& ..:e aJl. two together and gets a triangle. will be a smashing triumph. whipping through its annual development.

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Gainesville Sun Monday, March .2, 1964
I .. .

: Oiailtt5uillt iun THESOUTH Blabbermouth Approach i ie

I i i

> 3frm lurk eimra disastrous. tion is now thinking about
: JOB m. HABBUON. Treslde.s.d
By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTON What we are seeing in South its bombersand
PmktUkcri PA* COWLES. Vic. Pre..11 .&- sending own men,
,', .. ... ED JOHNSON. Vic PMtMeit The Johnson Viet Nam is a perfect illustration naval vessels into the
__.., Florida's Beautiful M* Estcitlf EtiUri W. G. Bill) administration's public relations of the Khrushchev doctrine struggle, but this involves the

..' it EBEBSOLE.DlrccUM Tic Prcildeit BOB TARTAG-cad Avtrtiitaf *- By RALPH McGILL on Viet Nam have recently )N on war. He has ruled out possibility of Chinese retaliation

: University City DONE 1k PrtiMcnt ... Cir..U-, PBlilicr Prfa WtauUar P.kll k er been awkward, contra- general nuclear war. He has direct Soviet intervention
... Of tk. AtUmU. GO C..Utwt1ea and-even ruled out "limited wars" suchas
u. M (*' dictory, dangerous.In and major defensive
, :: his press conference Sat' w Korea. But he insists on moves to defend Saigon

.:I THE SUN'S POLICY Barry'sVoluntary urday, President Johnson said the Communist right to wage against air attack.
'J' there had been too much speculation what he calls "wars of liberation Pending a decision on so
.: 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. about the military situation ," and he identifies the important a question, how-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials in Viet Nam and too conflict on Viet Nam as such a ever, a prudent government
'.:' 3. Publish all sides of important controversial. issues. much about think
; pessimism it, but war. might analyze and de-

The Sun's telephones: All Department!-3728441'Subversion9 the administration itself is IT IS NOT easy to say what In such a war, the offense cide before it talks. For when
largely responsible for both should be done about Viet has a startling advantage. For one official indicates one day
Want Ads
the speculation and the fluctuating Nam. The Communists are every invader and gun coming that the U.S. may carry the
flood of pessimismand violating the agreements of down the Ho Chi Minh trail struggle to North Viet Nam,
optimism. from North Viet Nam into and Secretary Rusk says a
i 1954 and 1962 by sending guerrillas
: '. SystemNew First, the President has from North Viet Nam South Viet Nam, it takes be- few days later that such a
f. '' been Issuing vague and am- and supplies from North Viet tween 10 and 20 men and gunsto decision would not solve the
: in Alabama biguous warnings to the Communists Nam and China into South defend the unprotected and military problem in South

Hampshire Notebook: in North Viet Nam be- Viet Nam. They are using unidentified areas that may Viet Nam, all this does is to
fore he has made his mind be attacked. provoke commitments of intervention -
A recent editorial in the up force to upset the balance of
tactics is
Emulating Gestapo getting 33,000 name cards have been com- whether he is prepared to and retaliat Ion
in Southeast Asia. It
Journal-Transcript, of Franklin power
to be standard practice among piled by the "subversive section" of carry out the warnings. is generally agreed here now ACCORDINGLY, this unequal from Moscow and Peiping and
N.H. concluded
Alabama officials. the state's Department of Public that Second, the administrationis that they are winning the war ratio is as unacceptableto adds to the doubt and confusion -

Safety. after having listened to Sen divided between those who by these tactics and that, if the U.S. as the loss of South already great, within 1

ator Goldwater's campaign in favor direct U.S. air and naval they conquer South Viet Nam, Viet Nam itself, and some- the South Vietnamese govern.

A photographer attempting to take Alabama Governor George Wallace the state's Republican presi- action against the Communists the political consequences for thing it is generally agreed ment.

pictures of the desegregation of an dential primary, it not only in North Viet Nam the West in the rest of Southeast has to be done about it to i
Alabama school assaulted apparently takes the view that sup- had discovered and those who don't, and this Asia will be serious and, change the rules of the war. THE MOST dangerous and
recently was port for desegregation is subversiveand no convincing division too has been carried many officials here believe, This is why the administra- likely immediate prospect is
by police, who knocked him defiance of court rulings is profoundly arguments why he should be by prominent officials and not that the Communists willI I

to the ground and smashed his American. The governor has president, but, in fact, was politicians into the public domain win the war in South Viet Namor
"inclined!: to wonder how in before it has been resolved that the U.S. will carry the
equipment.Now been spending a good part of his in North
private. war to Viet Nam, but
time exhorting his fellow Alabamans the world" he ever got to be a BELOW OLYMPUS "" ll""' nji that in the atmosphere of rumor

it is revealed that state investigators to bitter-end resistance to court senator. THIRD, it is generally confusion and intriguein

spend part of their time orders. There unquestionably is agreed that Viet Nam is not EEK OF MARCH 2 ( Third release) Saigon another coup d'etat,
only the most serious military the third in 100 days, will
compiling dossiers on persons involved growing disillusionment with
problem facing the adminis- BELOW OLYMPUS bring in a neutralist South
in demonstrations and on reporters The governor is providing in the Sen. Goldwater, but how far it tration but the most delicate By Interlandl'I Vietnamese government that

who cover them. The investigators process a graphic illustration of how will go will not be known until political problem as well involving will order us out and negotiatea

trail Justice Department at the disrespect for law which he is March 10. The senator's graspof fundamental relations settlement that will leave

torneys, make tape recordings of fostering can lead to disrespect for history and world affairsis with Moscow as well as Pei- the Communists free to take

I talks and record the presence of per- the right to dissent, to intimidationand regarded here as hardly up ping. over the peninsula.This .
Yet Secretary of State would be almost as bad
sons at interracial meetings. Every to police state tactics. Here's to the level of a senior semi- Rusk
is not going to Saigon THERES A for the West as a military dis
p4 white person who attended the fun- hoping Alabamans in increasing numbers nar at one of New England's this week with Secretary of aster. We could not imposeour
erals of the four Negro youngsters will qualify for the subversivefile prestige academies. There is Defense McNamara, but presence on a South Viet-

killed in last year's Birmingham as they realize the direction of considerable evidence to sup- leaving the State Depart EVERYMINUTE namese government that
ment's representation on that didn't want us, and with U.S.
church bombing was photographed the path their governor is taking port the conclusion of veteran
mission to his subordinates. r.'t IARHUM+ power out of Viet Nam, the
j by Alabama state troopers. All told, them. -'- political editors covering the Meanwhile, the majority situation would really, in the

senator's exposure to the New leader in the Senate, Mike President's phrase, "go to

Hampshire public, that not Mansfield of Montana, seemsto I- pot." Communists would be

-I since Warren Harding havewe have been siding publicly { MP1il6YAi free to expand in Southeast

had a candidate who is so with President De Gaulle of i .7' p 1 1I Asia almost at will.

: Voice of the People poorly informed. vague France policy on negotiation of neutralizingViet of some : ::Sou'f President's Nevertheless belated, despite words the of

Nam. And while this was '. r'K caution, the blabbermouth policy -
THE SENATOR opposes, not done with the approval or "j continues, provoked in

On The Sun's Opinion I or seems to oppose, the United even the prior knowledge of part by the compulsion in an
=== Page
Nations, social security, income the administration, it is hardto I, -1 election year to do or at I

Opinion .nd comment of Sun raodart era wekome in Ka Voice of th. Paoolo' co'u"' .. Letter taxes, aid to the poor, convince anybody in Saigonor m- least to say something that
Must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should medicare and, according to elsewhere abroad that sucha : __ sounds vigorous. And the
not exceed 500 words and must I b. written on only' one side of the po per. Poetry cannot bo used. The casual relationship exists irony of this is that vague and
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or one reported interview, most between the administrationand iij ill-considered statements are

.., intent. amendments to the, Constitu its''chief spokesman in not only bad policy but bad

Code Would that are careless enough to put up the vents. Pay gasman tion.He the Senate. e C4 politics.

let an oil heater catch fire to install gas pipes to presently is in controversy
Harm Elderly would be the same with gas heater.I .
with Governor Rockefeller
which is more dangerousthan would be forced to charge

I)bITOR, Sun: The housing oil.Look more rent. The gas bill about social security. The Knight, pastor; R. L. Hutch- MEETING PLANNEDThe
1\\ code recommended is at the house on NE would cost tenants much governor has charged that COLORED NEWS inson, reporter. Azalea Court No. 104 wiL
tile .most ridiculous thing I Eighth Avenue that blew up more than oil. Sen. Goldwater wants to de Mt. Pleasant Met h 0 dist- meet Thursday, March 6, at 8
the house and kMled the lady.If stroy it. Some elderly persons There will be midweek Meditation
h\e. ever read. So if you pass this code p.m. at the regular rrrrog
asked the senator about
II yoiA' fin remember lastfciVr kerosene oil had been we poor old widows will this, fe F. Childs Colored News Edifar Services tomfifffls 7;;r place.
he said he did not
the.. were several law piped in the house insteadof have to freeze these cold want to The Commission on slew-''i I During the meeting, there
"ts where the contractorsf gas this would not have rainy days. We might even kill off social security and that CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. 7:30: p.m., and also Choir No ardship and Finance will meeton 'will be the election of officers.

poor people to sign mort- happened.The lose our homes to you weal the Mr. Rockefeller had not told Carmel Baptist There 3 will have its rehearsal, 7 Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Miginnis, W.M.;
J lf.. ;es U have their homes Hotel and Restaurant thy lawmakers.The truth. An examination of will be mid-week Meditation I p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pas Inez Jones, chairman. The Mrs. Betty Brown, reporter.
.Modeled. These people Commission inspector checks Bible plainly teachesus cates senator's that what speeches he indi- Services tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; tor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, Commission on Education and I -
were anxious to have better my apartments several timesa to do unto others was I Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:3(]I reporter. Church School Staff will meet
as we that he would like to destroy, and also Choirs Nos. 1 Church of God by Faith No. BAPTIST BROTHER MEET
living conditions so they year. The first thing they would have them to do p.m., Friday, 7:30 p.m. J. Franklin
signed the mortgage. ask How do I heat the Are unto eliminate, get rid of, or kill off and 2 will have their rehear, 1 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Jones, Jr., Church School l The Baptist Brotherhood of

They were not able to apartments? When I tell in making you. this you code doing? this the system as it now is and sal, and Ushers' Board No. 2: Bible Study, 12 noon; W.W.C., superintendent; V. L. Trapp, Alachua and adjacent counties
pay substitute
ff them I burn oil heaters, some sort of undefined meets 8 p.m.; and there will be 5:45: p.m.; and evening worship -chairman of Commission on will meet at the Friendship

$ mortgages.This h o u s ing code does that's okay. It's the gas ed More in cars people than are they being are kill boil y is a typical voluntary Goldwaterism.system. This teachers Meeting Thursday, 7:15 p.m. Elder Mc- Education. The Spring Rally Baptist Church-today at 8 p.m.

not require our signature for heaters they are concernedwith. heaters. No code cuts will be held Sunday, April 1.1

Them to invade our homes down on having automobiles. HE IS NOT, for example, I This is the time that every ALACHUA NEWS
: let the contractors I am an elderly widow member is asked to pay $25. MEETING PLANNED
repair This would effect weal against the U.N. he
you ; simply
our home, and if we lady. No way to make a living thy lawmakers and doesn't wants to change it to something Washington MemoCowles Rev. William M. Ferguson, I The Parent-Teacher Associa- l
:don't pay them in 30 months for myself except rent effect us poor old people. else. He is not against pastor. I I tion of the A. L. Mebane High !

-- hey will take our home. out all of my home that Idon't Our homes are all we can the poor; he merely wants I School will hold its business I
-_ This is not Cuba. actully have to use for afford. You want to makea them to get a job and to Washington Bureau SPECIAL NOTICE i meeting in the auditorium of t tI
'Ve all would like much my personal use. code where you can takeit work. Exactly how they will YOU CANT WIN: For years the District of Columbia solved The Floral Court Lodge and I the school today at 8 p.m. Mrs.
nicer homes if we were able Most of my tenants are away from us if you so do this in a time when there the problem of snowy streets by adopting the philosophy that the Ushers' Board Lodge No. !Emily Hymes, president. F r rI
'to afford them. We would old people. For instance I desire to. are nearly 6 million unemployed God put the snow there and God would take it away. Lately 113 will meet jointly today at I -
have them repaired without have an elderly widow that You may call this freedom and most of the hope and faith have been backstopped by lavish applicationsof 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ona BUSINESS MEETINGThe

you invading to tell us what has been here three years, but if you pass such a code poor are uneducated or older salt, but not until dozens of cars have skidded into each M. Pyles, of 614 SW 3rd Street. Friendship Choirs' Union
had to be done.I brings home less than $24 a there won't be freedom persons whom no cne will hire, ; other on icy streets. Last week, moving to git thar fustest with The dues are to be paid up will hold its special business I

have rented out part of week working real hard in for we elderly poor people is not clear. How the senator the mostest salt, the traffic department salted the main streets in full during this meeting. meeting at the Friendship BapI I

my home as furnished apartments one of our poular laundries.She so please let us enjoyour would support the immense heavily just before a predicted snowstorm. It worked splen- tist Church today at 8 p.m.

for 30 years, using can not pay any more homes in peace by not burden of national security in didly that there were no ice accidents whatever, There was PLANS REHEARSALThe
two oil burner heaters to rent than she is paying.If having to let your so called a time of great national danger no snowstorm, either. choral group of Lodge No. HIGH SPRINGS NEWS l
heat these apartments. Never I am forced to pay the group to invade them and without income taxes alsois 4 113 will have its rehearsal Tues- BISHOP PAUL TO SPEAK

in all these years has one price of gas heaters like the repairing them. rather vague. He seems to EXPERT OPINION: Sargent Shiver, telling of the birth of day, March 3, at 8 p.m. at the Bishop Paul, evangelist of
of these heaters caught fire. law will require they are Be it ever so humble thereis be saying that he would free his new son a couple of weeks ago, said the doctor came out home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie South Carolina, will speak at
You have to be careful with expensive.Pay no place like home. the enterprise system and that of the delivery room and announced "It's a boy. We won't Ross, of 704 SW 5th Terrace. the Church of God in Christ with

any heating device. The ones a sheet metal man to AN ELDERLY LADPOTOMAC Y would then take care of every know definitely for a few days, yet, but be looks as though he Elder Hugh Anderson .castor..

thing, but he provides no out will be a senator." CLUB MEETINGThe on Tuesday at 8 p.m.:
line of method. Frances Robinson Club of The public is invited. Mrs.

SECURITY: Shortly after President Kennedy's assassination the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Stroud, reporter.
FEVERBy The senator can play Bobby Kennedy and some close friends went to Treasury with Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor,
around with semantics, but Secretary Douglas Dillon's place on Jupiter Island, Fla., for meets with Mrs. Marie Rowe, j TALENT SHOW SET
Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau certainly if he wants to sub- rest and privacy. There was still much concern that other fanatics of 510 SW 4th Street, today at I There will be a Talent Showat

stitute his own unexplained might try to kill the Attorney General, and his friends 8 p.m. the A. Q. Jones Elementary I

Cassius Clay is going to be a real champion: greatest poet since Gene Tun- voluntary system for what we kept a close, if informal, watch over him. Late one afternoonDan School on Tuesday at 8 p.m.I I
ney-and greatest fighter since Lord Byron. now have, he plainly means to Markham, one of the guests, heard a noise in the bushes VIRGIL SMITH IMPROVES Sponsored by the Camelliaettes I
-- abolish the present procedure. beside the house, and rushed in and grabbed a man rummaging Virgil Smith a pioneer citizen Club.

Who says President Johnson isn't smarter than the Republicans? While they Nonetheless, he is very angry around in there. Turned out to be a caddy from the who is ill, was reported The admission price: elemen-
with Rockefeller who
campaign in New Hampshire in midwinter, he campaigns in California and Gov. he golf club next door looking for a lost ball. as somewhat improved.CONVALESCING I tary children, 15 cents; high
has him.
misquoted The
says I school 25
Florida. cents; adults, 35 cents.
-- senator is, without question, PLOT? Dr. Luther Terry, the Surgeon General, has been I 1-

The $11 billion tax cut becomes law, designed to give the economy a hypo. an amiable he man with a sunny getting his full share of mail since the cigarette report came Mr. Freeman, who was a patient SPECIAL NOTICEThe
smile but doesn't
seem to
1 Housewives are ecstatic. It's now the height of patriotism to go on a shopping be faring too well in his out. Among his critics, Terry said, are some who have charged in the Veterans' Hospital I National Association for
l spree. ex- I him with involvement in a plot to (A) abolish Smokey BearB at Lake City, was reported as I the Advancement of Colored
-- posure in to questioning audiences ( ) promote sale of candy and gum. Terry denies the allega- somewhat improved at his home I People will hold its meeting at I

Ode to the forgotten name: Numbers, numbers everywhere, for your cards, does a presidential reveal a sometimes campaign.He tions, says also that he has not experimented with a recipe here the Mt. Pleasant Methodist l

your phone, your lair. All the world is numeral mad, digit-wise but namelesssad. appalling ignorance of world suggested by one correspondent to use dried tea leaves a* a I Church today at 8 p.m.
tobacco substitute. TO APPEAR IN PROGRAMThe During the meeting, Mr. San- f.
-- affairs, which no amount of I/ Gospel Harmonents, singers ders, an official, will be the

LBJ swims in the White House pool in his birthday suit. Togetherness. glib withdraw phrases," and such"Send as "Win in the or NAIVE: An administration official, replying to question from Mt. Herman Baptist principal speaker.

Altogetherness. Marines to turn on the water"will about how the machinery of government works, quoted Pres. Church, will appear in a musical Support the foundation of
-- William Howard Taft in this connection, to wit: "I have been program at the Church of your freedom by being present.

The Clay-Liston fight was the first broadcast to Europe by satellite. Clay said cover up. having a discussion of the machinery of.government with 'a God in Christ on March 15 at Rev. A. F. Alexander, president;

he'd put Liston in orbit, but who thought they'd both go? In the meantime, some idea damned fool who really thought it was machinery." 8 p.m. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, secretary.
-- of how the Goldwater hopes I
Ode to the retraining program: Changes, changes everywhere. Hootenanny, have subsided may be had in ARCHER NEWS NOTICE
Beatle hair. Tobacco's out. but pool's back-in. It takes a brain these days to sin. the latest claims. A short The S. Marion Weeks Circleof
the family of the late Mt. Pleasant
-- while ago the senator's state FYZPai i .04A (P5 Cht Mrs. Mittie Clayton wish to Church will
meet at
UCLA gives LBJ the homeof
an honorary degree. If this seems to be rushing the June manager was claiming a threeto
thank friends for kindness shown Mrs.
honorary degree season, don't forget this is Lady Bird's husband Bird. Mable Balkman, on NW
Early one victory. He now J
that 40 per cent of the says vote ''t tJi/H.-/ Ufllz.4.( during her illness and subsequent 10th Street, Tuesday, March 3.
Gossip: A who death., Mrs. Marie Irons at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Altemese
person puts two'and two and
together gets a triangle. will be a smashing triumph. and
family. J:Johnson, president..r .


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Monday, March 2, 1964 Gainesville; Sun

House Mali; Church I omen 0 f flnD ";, CalendarOf I I I Reitzes Entertain

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Reaches New High Circles Events Foreign StudentsUniversity

brut Ifurk etntrfi on poverty Miss Burton said. ,TUESDAY, March 3 r" f. family f f I L Y ; TODAY Women March of the 2 Moose, 8 p.m.J I I

By NAN ROBERTSON "This kind of" mail is growing I First Presbyterian Church Moose Lodge. ;, of Florida Pres- sisted during the afternoon t:

WASHINGTON Judging all the time. Women Gainesville W 0 m en's Club,' ident J. Wayne Reitz and Mrs.j Mr. and Mrs. Chester Yates. MJ

from the White House mail, peo-;, I Art Class, 9:30: a.m., clubhouse. Reitz were hosts at an informal Robert Scarborough, newly e
pie believe that Mrs. Lyndon j The staff also refers to this 9:45: a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. R. L. Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor Mothers Auxiliary of the Boys reception honoring the Univer- I ected president of the Gaine.

B. Johnson has the president's kind of mail as "EyesandEars"mail 'Bowman and Mrs. Nathan Gammon -I Club, 8 p.m., Boys Club Library. sity's international students yesterday rifle Council for Internation

i in which the people use Jr., 406 NE 5th Avenue; Gainesville Woman's Club, afternoon.The i I Friendship and Mrs. Scarbor

, ear.There are more "tell-it-to-the- the First Lady as an inter -;Circle 2, Mrs. Kenneth Kidd and General Meeting, 3 p.m., Club reception, which was held lough, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L

president" letters to the First president.
Lady than there have been in "They believe the mediary 37th Avenue: Circle 4, Mrs. guest speaker. *. climaxed International Weekon 1 j t Laurie, Miss Edith Pitts. Mri

administrations back to Franklin -',between them and the President j Charles L. Durrarce and Mrs. University City Bridge Club,I the University campus. i and Mrs. J. B. White. Mrs. Robert

1 D. Roosevelt, and the num- is too important and" too busyto G. R. Swift, 2248 NW 5th Place; 1 7'30 p.m., Faculty Club West l I Students from many lands j C. Beaty Mr. and Mrs. Job:

ber is growing. approach directly, one em- Circle 5. Mrs. Gordon N. Owen L Newberry Road.GainesviIIe were greeted informally in the I I C. Davis, Mrs. William B. Boas

This is probably because, un- ploye explained. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, 3107 SW' Bridge Club, 7:30 foyer of the President's Residence I:Mr. and Mrs. Canning Young

like Jacqueline Kennedy, Mamie For the first time in recent ,4th Court; Circle 6, Mrs. Walter p.m., Recreation Center. by Dr. and Mrs. Reitz,'Mr. and Mrs. Van Durell, an

Eisenhower and Bess Truman administrations, the Presi .Kyle and Mrs. T. A. Elder, 1830 Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae Col. Glenn A. Farris, who is i i i Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Rivera.

Lady Bird Johnson has dent's Wife has asked for a ('SW 36th Place; Circle 7, Mrs. ? Club, 745: p.m.frs.: Herman! university adviser to foreign I

been and continues to be deeply weekly substance report from Donald Hart, 2717 SW 3rd Place. T 4KXY Schnell. 22n NE 3rd Place. I''students, and Mrs. Farris; Carlos (I: Also assisting were four mem
her correspondence section on Piedro president of the In- bers of the Trianon Chapter o
I ,
involved in her husband's poli- r r rM Student Psychology! Wives 8
of mail, with 10 a.m. Circle 3, Mrs. Percy ternational Student Mortar Board: Miss Mary El
types samples Organization -
: Tina Cohen 214 SW
tical life. p.m.Irs. ,
Beard Sr.. 832 NW 22nd Street. eanor Dendy. Miss Mary Anr
it coming in to the First Family.She 40th Street.TUESDAY. and :Mrs. and Mrs. JohnV.
Letters to the Johnsons faith :
:Milsap, Miss Cathy Pierce, ant
has also met with those : D. Saunders.The .
3 Circle 8, Mrs. Walter :
fully reflect the change in the p.m. ; ; March 3 Miss Ginger Harrell.
who handle mail for her on how Davison, Church Parlor. ; M = living room mantel was
occupants of the White House. y ; Alachua County Diabetes
With three in letters should be answered. : j .z Y p.m. decorated with arrangements of' A brass punch bowl set th
teen-agers now x Lay Society, 7:30 FrankM. I
Some she likes to see and reply 7:30 p.m., Circle 12, Mrs. Lu- ..' snapdragon in shades of salmon, decorative theme for the refreshment
residence, mail from their age Hall Health Auditorium, Dr.
': and '
B. Missi
cille I <
I Ito herself. Stringfellow t., ;yellow and pink. I table in the smal
is on the upswing. Lynda \ John Crago, guest speaker.
group I i i Gar 1 and McCutchen Church ..,
don't be Punch
"I want to devoured "". was served in the large :dining room. A brass twobranched
Bird, Lucy Baines (who m" Kanapaha Home Demonstration
'! ..
Parlor. ''' '
mail but neither do I 't dining from silver
j by < room punch
my candelabrum holding ivory
now is spelling it "Luci") and Club, 9:30 ant, Mrs. Ed-
the star boarder, Warrie )+want to be insulated against it," .; 8 p.m., Circle 9, Mrs. Virginia -: :\j win Ant h ony, 341 SW Archer, bowls placed at either end of the II tapers and an arrangement o
she told her staff. table. A of peach and vi-
Lynn, get 100 letters all told Steen, 2213 NW 7th Lane; Cir- Road, Mrs. Ford Rosseau, co- spray camellias completed the table!

g each week.What ,cle 10, :Mrs. Darrel J. Mase j a <.. \o" .:j hostess. !I burnum blossoms combined appointments.
"While it is pleasant to see ': |with Rose Dawn camellias was
the White House staff ; 1089 SW 11th Terrace; Circle 11,; Tuesday Evening Supper Club I
Mrs: William Wade
those that praise and arranged in silver Tall Hampton
describes as "old brocade" me my :Mrs. Dallas C. Dickey, 1405 NE ; I of Gainesville, 6 p.m., 1402 Westj)' epergne.
family it is also necessary to pink tapers in silver candela- .Mrs. Cesar Rivera and Mrs
notes dealing with the furnish- 6th Terrace. i University Avenue.Merrysteppers '
see those with some complaints I bra completing the decor. Drayton Kinard designed anc
't I;
I ings and renovation of the executive Covered dish
," Mrs. Johnson said. "I:.University Lutheran Church I Assist In CourtesiesDr. executed the floral arrangements
mansion, so important I +supper, 6:30 City Recrea-
p.m. :
know these letters are not just Women and Mrs. Reitz were as- for the reception.
Mrs. tenure, I tion Center.
during Kennedy's
!quarrelsome but the criticism 8 p.m., University Lutheran -
the decline. University of Florida
: are on may be constructive and help ,Church Women, Mrs. Philip i i ArChi-1 .
tecture and Fine Brides/--B
W Hortense Burton, head of thefamily's :me to learn to do better." i jDahlberg, 1103 SW 5th Avenue. k I
p.m. University Women's Club, !
correspondence section,1, Mrs. Johnson received be- Wesley Community Methodist I
James Masson, guest speaker. ;
there has been a "subtle
says I tween 1,500 and 2,000 letters a Church ;
change" in letters to the First week.i She has asked her staff I i March +WEDNESDAY, March 4 Owens, bride-elect of Robert R
7:30 WSCS Executive Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 I
Lady that is growing more obvious -|to give all except obvious! crank p.m. Luncheon honoring Miss Karen :Rowe, 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy D. Cel
Committee Church 8 Holiday
every day. ;mail "a careful, thoughtful answer ', ; p.m. j! Mrs. Frederick Charles Bamman III I Owens, bride elect of Rob-
WSCS General Meeting. Church. I University of Florida Hospital lon, Mrs. W. E. Cellon, Mrs.
"Mrs. Johnson is so interested -, ." ert R. Rowe, 1 p.m., Mrs. J. F.\
|First Lutheran Church Ladies! Auxiliary Anniversary, Coffee Lindley Cellon and Mrs Henry
I in anything having to do with I At the beginning of the John- and l Hope and Mrs. Norwood Hope,
legislation that people are writ- son Administration, the "Tell-It- Guild BammanAllenMr. I. to 11 a.m., Hospital Meeting, 9:30\\Gainesville Golf and Country i!I Raattama hostesses at the RoyD.

ing in encouraging her to prodI' ;,To-the President" mail totaled i i 9:30: a.m., Miriam Circle, Mrs. dining room. j!Club. i Cellon home in LaCrosse.

the President a little bit on different about 10 per cent. It has spri-.Werner L a ute r, 121 NE 45th ; 1! Gainesville Fine Arts ASSOCi-! Coffee honoring Miss Anne I Luncheon honoring Miss Anne

legislative matters, or aled upward ever since, as then Street. and Mrs. Dwight Moody ,now a student at the Univer-: Cen-I Purvis, bride elect of Billie Nu-

I': telling her to commend him a I1 I public came to know more I I Allen announce the marirage isity:I of Florida, where she is a ation ter. 8 p.m., Recreation ;!gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville Purvis, bride elect of Billie Nu-

various stands, such as the war I about the. interests. of Johnson. Gethsemane Lutheran Church of their daughter, Miss Jane I II I member of Delta Delta Delta I O.E.S. Auxiliary i Coy| Mrs. W. B. Stotesbury, 1021 gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson. I II

1 -- -- -------," 8 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran -jMaclee Allen, to Frederick i iI I I sorority. ,NE Third. 'ville, Mrs. A. K. Brill, Mrs. Tho- I

-uI'Ir... .. 1 .&.R.1 2t__ ,- ......... Church Women, Mrs. Ruthe I Charles Bamman III, son of I Mr. Bamman was graduated,f'ered Dish Luncheon 12:30 p.m.i i 1THURSDAY if I
M. Brill and Miss
I meeting 3 Mrs. Charles March 5 mas Judy
I p.m. E.j !
Koch, 3927 SW 19th Street. i,
,. !Mr. and Mrs. F. C. BammanJr from Edison High School of Nelson 1013 SW 2nd Avenue. J JI'I Brill, Gainesville Golf and Country -
First Methodist Church. WSCS of Miami Beach, Febru-:Miami, where he was a mem-j', I Coffee complimenting Miss I i I Club.

I 9:30 Circle 2, Mrs. Row- ary 1 in Folkston, Ga. I r ber of the Wheel Club. He is a Medical Dames, Mad Hatter)I I Karen Owens, fiancee of Robert I I
: a.m., Party. 8 Mrs. Myron;.
I p.m.
; The bride is a graduate of .student at the University of ;,R. Rowe, 10:30 a.m. until noon, !+I II Dinner complimenting Miss
W. R. Thomas i
Medler Mrs.
\ Wheat 620 NW 32nd Street.i '
"GAIiw ( {d Bethany Room. [Gainesville High School, where Florida majoring in business Club '[Mrs. Ralph I Cellon, Mrs. Tom I'II Anne Purvis and her fiance
University Bridge
City ,
:,she was a member of the National administration. He is a mem-s |,Martin and Mrs. Ralph Cellon Billie Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of
7:45 Weed Hall 107 NW'
!i 10 a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. Mau-. Honor Society and Alpha I ber of Pi Kappa Alpha frater- 15th Terrace.p.m., :Jr., hostesses at the Ralph Cel![Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. A.

/ B/ rice Boyd; 2236 NW 9th Place; I Tri Hi Y service club. She isDEAR j nity. lon home at Hague. i Frank Green. Gainesville Golf
Gainesville W an's Club
\ Circle 3, Mrs. T. W. Herbert, 13 i o m II II'I I and Country Club.
American Home Division, 10 i SATURDAY, March 7
: SW 23rd Drive Circle 4, Mrs.i
j\\ a.m., Annual Florida Clubwoman's i Luncheon complimentingMiss Wedding of Miss Jo Anne Hollander -
Roy P. McNair, 1476 NW 21st 'I
Sewing Contest, Club- Lucienne Pirenian, fiancee i daughter of Mr. and
Avenue Circle 5 Mrs.
; I house. 'lof Robert William Decker, 12:30 Mrs. Clinton Hollander, and J.
Newell. 2043- NE 9th Street Cir. b
University Woman's Club, p.m., Mrs. Robert S. Mullen, Richard Coggins, son of Mr.
cle 6, Mrs. R. C. Feather, 1642 .
Choral Group, 10 a.m., Clubhouse -I Holiday Inn.Luncheon. and Mrs. Floyd Coggins, 8 p.m.,
n..III1..I9IIMIIIII NW 11th Road Circle 7, Mrs.
I I feting Miss Karen i Carol Estates Baptist Church.
O. N. Harper Jr., 529 NW 22nd s---- h___
A Few Makeup BasicsMakeup i Street. dyHeise CJ'IISef

I 3 p.m., Circle 8, Mrs. J.:L. Co- A :

has a terrific in- the nose. If it is too thin or ker, 3916 SW 3rd Avenue; Circle -:; HELOISE: pan. When this spoiled. What;; OPEN TIL

fluence on the way we look.,too long, reverse the technique. 9, Mrs. R. J. Hayes, Route I were'troubled ,1 an odor! And it lasted forj I

Too much is aging'and too little. 3. Do not apply rouge too low'4, Box 112; Circle 10, Mrs. D. B. Several months ago we ; weeks! After cleaning the pan!

underplays beauty. \on the face. This is aging. Give Beasley, 415 NW 1st Street, and with an awful odor in and replacing it, we had no:' teniuni* 9:00
the vicinity of the kitchen re
Here are a few things to re,your face a lift by placing it Circle 11, Mrs. Herbert Yoho, ,more odor. i P.m.
member. :higher on the face. 3511 NW 39th Avenue. frigerator. Our refrigerator is ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
1. Rouge makes j new and it is one that is not I You might tell your readers;i iI
highlights or
4. Beware of
more prominent the area on wrinkles. Your powdering makeup base over 7:30 p.m., Circle i 12. Mrs. supposed'i i to need any defrosting I I to investigate this on their re-I

which it is applied. Therefore)should be light. Otherwisebase I George Summers, 1034 NW 4th whatsoever. frigerators when an odor occurs.!
very ,
t i
the wide face or the one which i i and powder will settle in j( Street. I After looking for the odor for II STELLIMER 1 red'i(

is quite round or large looks !!the wrinkles and make them : 8 Circle 13, Mrs. Jack weeks we found a drip pan that I !
'I' slimmer if the is had known nothing about..1 i !
rouge worn much more noticeable. we i
i Toombs, 1335 NE 7th Terrace. 1t i
close to the nose. \!This was not called to our attention I i I pour boiling water over my
5. Dark shadow is Grace Church 12MONDAY
eye not Presbyterian
If the face is very long or when we bought the re-i unshelled pecans and let them
thin, do just the opposite. Wear usually flattering to the older 9:30: a.m., Circle 1, Mrs. Joe i frigerator. It seems that this stand tightly covered for five i ij N\

rouge on the outer portions of woman. .N. Busby, LaCrosse Road; Circle :type of refrigerator defrosts itself .j or'six hours before shelling

the face. away from the nose. 6. If you apply your mascara 2. Mrs. Edward H. Lewis, and the small accumulation j.1 them. NIGHT :
with a brush rather than rollingit t
3509 NW 3rd Street. water down little tube:I I
2. )Dark powder subdues or 1 jof runs a
This allows the nutmeat '
on, be sure that the brush is I steaming I
makes less noticeable h i 1 e not too wet. It should be just! 7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Mrs. Robert -:into this pan by the motor. ( to be extracted easily and: 7 O'clock Special

light powder highlights and calls ,barely damp in order to avoida : Sym, 3420 NW 4th Street. j I Ii Some milk or cream had been I never )have a trace of that I

attention to the portion of the beaded look. I I tipped over in the refrigerator, bitter lining. We then use our 3N

face to which it is applied. For: and had carefully wiped it nutcracker the shell
7. Never use a black eyebrow we being sure
this reason many experts ad- pencil except in combination i f Wednesday all up, we thought! Some had is well cracked, and the nuts /

vise dark powder on the sides I i with a brown one. It is too I +:run down into the defrost tube come out whole.

of a nose which is too wide and i harsh when used alone, even if Is Sewing I and gathered in the evaporator,I. DOLLY
light powder on the bridge of ,
i iI I are a brunette. 7
: 8. Be sure that your lips are I:
dry and clean before using your I;I Judging Day ATTENTION FREEZER OWNERS! 6

: lipstick. Begin the application at is the for
Wednesday day ;,
ttt f.:" i'the center of the lips and workout I judging the annual Florida Club-i BILL'S ROOM i

I to the corners. Blot with I woman's Sewing Contest for the \ CALL 372-3514 I

rbu "' !i:tissue. A light powdering will; American Home Division of the 1

i,,help keep the rouge from run- Gainesville Woman's Club.

ning into any little lines you J h BUY
1 The is to take '
may have above the upper lip. judging place
HOW TO PROLONGTHE There is also% a product designed ] at the March meeting of the division '

''to: help camouflage these little I at 10 a.m. in the Clubhouse WHILE GOOD

LIFE OFWOOLENS lines. It is colorless and is i 1 West University Ave- SOUND-OF AND CHOICE BEEF !

I,used under your regular lip-' flue.I c+ PRICES ARE AT

stick. I All entries for the contest are a THEIR LOWEST

Most textile maintenance !! If you would like to hue i due by 8 p.m. Tuesday, when a

men (cleaners that is) agree : my leaflet about makeup, senda : rehearsal will follow. ROUND
that the miracle of all time stamped, self-ackXessed envelope i 2 STEAK v Government

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oil fibers-"t'IOl.
leaflet number 50 to Josephine- be Mrs. Jim Gann, Mrs. Forest ROAN Graded 5.

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2. Brush your woolens, now -Grey !
leg at no extra charge.
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j< .. NIT Officials Hope Area Fives r

f NCAA Gets Wichita .c x i F'Y Shine InTourneys

Atr Y ,:. rJ i

ing By MURRAY CHASS |Wichita's standpoint. Under a Michigan maintained its first-
not Associated Press Sports Writer conference penalty, fifth-ranked place tie with Ohio State in the r 't

pe National Invitation Tourna- Wichita can play in the NCAAif Big Ten by outlasting Illinois a : Po 3 \ C.I .
ca' ment officials have nothing it wins the MVC championship 8983. The nation's No. 3 team

gn: against the Wichita basketball but it can't play in the NIT now is 193. Fourth-ranked (b' yV'f 8 2 'fw Anyone looking for proof that area basketball is good and I -,

4 act. team, but they're hoping the under any circumstances.To Duke 20-4, walloped North Car- 4 _. getting better needs only to glance over the results of group
Wheatshockers go to the NCAA win the league title, the olina 104-69 in its last game be- < tourney play last weekend.In .
ha tournament. Shockers first must beat North fore the ACC playoffs. six tournaments involving area schools, four saw teams
r y. ,
du That's why the NIT selectors Texas. That would put them intoa I Now LOS that area fans follow emerge victorious. And the only to
on will,be rooting for the Shockers first-place tie with Drake. A #Y. losses came via a point with 14 seconds to play and by two
Wichita No.5 increased its
lat! tonight in their Missouri Valley playoff Friday at Lawrence, in the last 10 seconds of an overtime.To avnMon.
record 20-5 with 98-79 deci-
byni Conference game with North Kan., then would decide the sion over Tulsa. Sixth ranked eY w b make it more outstanding, the accomplishment, thatis a
Texas State.If NCAA representative.Could in only one of the six tourneys was a "certain" area
Oregon State finished its season
fn that's confusing consider assured That at Cedar where
Lose Both by downing Oregon 85-71 for its champion was Key two area
the tournament situation, from That brings the situation backto teams met in the finals.
{ 25th triumph in 28 contests.
c the NIT. If Wichita wins the :
Villanova the No. 8 team witha
NCAA berth, the NIT instantly
21-3 record, whipped Temple ., Mar. v 1964 Fa, 6
; would invite Drake. But if the
67-60 in battle of NCAAboundteams
1 rePJ Bulldogs win, the NIT would a
while ninth-ranked De- aS YC y e
\ lose both teams.
Paul, 20-2, whipped Duquesne
The strange ban was placedon
N.c 84-65 in involving NIT
a game
Wichita last Aug. 29 for an ;
allegedly illegal recruiting ma- teams. r0 Gators Top
neuver. The MVC fined Wichita I Loyola of Chicago, No. 10,

4 ifpi $1,000 and imposed a twoyearban toyed with Marshall 117-63 for The Face of DefeatIt's '
Ixu: against post-season com- its 19th victory against five Rollins In

n petition in "other than NCAA losses. Gainesville High School, nutured on strong competition all
sponsored and sanctioned UCLA hosts California tonightin sheer horror as Trenton went down to defeatat season long, was unawed by Daytona Beach Mainland's home
fth events." the unbeaten team's next-to- the hands of Cedar Key in group tourney basket- court supremacy and toppled the Bucs after losing twice to the Tennis 7-2

fta League Commissioner Norval last regular season games while ball play last weekend. The expression on the face of No. 1 seeded club in regular-season play. ,
ftp closes its Trenton cheerleader Beverly Langford makes it
Neve later explained that meant Kentucky regular sea- WINTER PARK Florida's
the NIT. son with St. Louis. clear her Tigers are losing. _s.. mot, .r Eddie Davis Rebels Make The GradeSanta tennis team opened its season

While awaiting further devel- Fe lived up to expectations and won handily at Lake Saturday with a 7.2 triumph over -

opments, though, the NIT is I Weir against the home club. Hawthorne pulled a surprise, a Rollins College. The Gators
t moving ahad in filling some of Sites Tourney surprise to all but Coach Bill Collins who has been predictinghis will meet the Tars tomorrow in

o I the six remaining spots in the Pairings, cagers would be hard to whip in the group meet, in spill a return match at Gainesville.

1I '. March 12-21 tournament. The Tickets ing Dunnellon. And Cedar Key, flashy, crowd-pleasing and Florida's frosh netmen won
JOHN BALDWIN selection committee was expected hustling, got by Bronson for a fourth time this year. from the Rollins junior varsity
e' Tipoff Club speaker to name two teams today Hawthorne's win was an important one in more respects by a 7-2 score, also.
1 most likely St. Joseph's of Phil- For than shows on the surface. It brought the regional meet to
.1I 1M 1N 1i t adelphia and Miami, Fla. RegionalsHere Limited Hawthorne instead of Dunnellon where it would have goneif No. 1 UF player Bill Tym

Tipoff Club Four teams moved into the the Tigers had won. It gives the area two teams in the topped Bob Balnink of the Tars,
two tournaments Saturday. Tickets f to the Region II Region II Class C tourney this week, Hawthorne and Cedar r-5, 6-1 and teamed with Dave

DueBaldwin Army became the sixth NIT en- are the pairings and sites for the regional state high Class AA basketball tourna- Key. They play in opposite brackets and this enhances the Bonner to win in No. 1 doubles
Speech trant following its 75-55 triumphover school basketball games. The first rounds will be Friday nightat ment Friday night at Gaines- chances of an area school making the state event on March from: Balnink and Bob McCannon -
while the addition of ville High School will go on 6-4, 61.
Navy 7:30 p.m. The second rounds follow at 9 p.m. and the finals 13-H.
Kentucky, Virginia Military and sale that evening on a first- Cross heartbreaker to Florida in ClassB
will be played Saturday at 8 p.m. City dropped a High Other results:
By Murray State left the NCAA Class AA Region 1 at Pensacola Escambia High School come, first served basis, W. despite a fantastic one-man effort by Dennis Bennett.

with nine teams to go. Panama City Rutherford vs. Jacksonville Paxon S. (Tiny) Talbot, GHS prnci- The Demons, defending state B champs, needed a three- Singles Bonner defeated

I John- Baldwin, veteran coachat To Fill Seven Pensacola Senior vs. Jacksonville Lee ((9 p.m.) pal, said today. point play with 10 seconds to go in overtime to nip the Dixie Tom Doolittle, 6-1, 6-2; McCannon -

Jacksonville Bishop Kenny At least seven of the nine Region 2 at Gainesville High School The tickets will be priced at Co. Bears by two points. Bennett made 37 of his team's total (R) won from Steve Gardnner I
High School, will be the speaker spots will be filled this week. Cocoa vs. Palm Beach $1.50 for adults and 75 cents of 2-6, 6-3, 6-0; Jerry Pfeiffer

tomorrow night at the Other leading prospects who Gainesville vs. Orlando Boone for students in accordance with 45.And Starke fell for the third time this year to powerful Per- defeated Wayne Ackerman, 6-2,

Gainesville Tipoff Club meet- can clinch berths this week are Region 3 at Tampa Chamberlain High School Florida High School Activities ry, this time by a point. Perry, a loser only to AA Chocta- 6-3; Wick Woltman (R) defeated
ing.' The event will start at 'Princeton, Texas A&M, Ohio Winter Haven vs. Fort Myers Association instructions. whatchee in 26 games, has had trouble with the Bradford Co. Don Losman, 3-6, 9-7, 6-4; Vic

6:30: p.m. at the Holiday Inn.Baldwin's Univ. and Arizona State. Michi- Tampa Hillsborough vs. St. Petersburg Boca Ciega Talbot emphasized that the Tornadoes all three meetings. Fouls that took out 6-4 John Stone defeated Pete Cowan, 6-4,
Crusaders the
won gan and Kansas State also could Region 4 at Dade County Junior College GHS gym has limited seating Williams and 6-2 Ernest Jenkins in the final period cost Starkea 6-0.

Class A state crown in 1958 enter the NCAA this week, but Fort Lauderdale Senior vs. Miami Columbus capacity, about 1,000 persons. chance at a major upset. Doubles Pfeiffer and Ron
and;: are a frequent visitor to it's also possible they'll have to Hollywood McArthur vs. Miami Senior With visitors i also expected There will be two regional tourneys close by this weekendfor Rebhuhn defeated Doolittle -

the state event.mentor is of wait until next Monday. Class A Region 1 at Milton High School from West Palm Beach, Cocoa cage fans to watch. GHS will host Region II in Class AA Cowan, 9-7, 3-6, 8-6; Gardner
The Kenny one Virginia Military, a consistent Marianna vs. Palatka and Orlando cities representing with Cocoa, West Palm and Orlando Boone competing, along and Losman defeated Acker-
the most respected coaches in loser in the basketball wars, Milton vs. Perry the other competing schoolsthe with the 'Canes. Cocoa will be a solid favorite although it man-Woltman, 6-1, 64. I
field in Flori-
the high school ignited the loudest explosion in Region 2 at Apopka High School ducats are expected to lost once during the regular season to West Palm. GUS

da.A entering the NCAA by way of Daytona Seabreeze vs. New Smyrna Beach be snapped up in short time. again will carry a darkhorse label. .
slate of officers for the I.the Southern Conference cham- Longwood-Lyman vs. Apopka Game time Friday night will The other regional meet will be at Hawthorne where Cedar GHS Netters

1964-65 season will be revealedat Lewis pionship. Region 3 at Dunedin High School be 7:30 for the contest between Key will be a choice to win. Mainly, because the other three i
the meeting, Fred VMI's 61.56 victory over Plant City vs. St. Petersburg Bishop Barry Cocoa and West Palm Beach competing schools are likely to have trouble trying to stop
Tipoff Club captain, said George Washington in the conference Dunedin vs. Punta Gorda and 9 for the meeting between Ricky Turner of the Sharks. Top Leesburg 1

today. final Saturday night Region 4 at Riviera Beach High School Orlando Boone and GHS. All in all, area fans should have good watching this week.
Also expected as a special
guest is Tennessee coach Ray gave the Keydets a 12.11 record. Haines City vs. Hollywood Chammade III WalkThe
Wins a
Mears. The Vols play the Ga- Kathleen vs. Riviera Beach
tors here Wednesday night in That marked the first time in Class B Region 1 at Cottondale High School 'Cats UF Golfers
a makeup Southeastern Con- 21! years and the third in 34 that .Jay vs. Chattahoochee Rupp Says Gainesville High tennis

ference game and Mears is expected VMI finished the regular season Vernon vs. Malone Fall to FSUFlorida's team, led by No. 1 player Bud
to arrive in time to with a winning record. The 12 Region 2 at Madison High School Brown, swept past the Leesburg

attend tomorrow's event. victories also represent the Tallahassee Florida High vs. Daytona Lopez Can Take It All netters, 7-0, here Saturday.
most a VMI team has won in Madison vs. Macclenny Laurie Hammer
Club and
ripped Leesburg's top
scored medalist honors but
the 50-year history of the sportat Region 3 at Mount Dora ,
report by UF coach Norman Florida performer, James Polk, by a
State was the team
the school. Alachua-Santa Fe Melbourne Air .
vs. Academy
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Sloan also will be featured. - -
MIKE BARRONAssociated SEC Wednesday. winner here score of 6-0, 6-0.
Needless to say, the league Brooksville Hernando vs. Mount Dora By poned game Saturday in a golf
crown and NCAA spot also were Press Sports Writer Tennessee can tie Georgia Tech match. I
Region 4 at Palm Beach High Other GHS players winningwere
Rudolph Has the first for the Keydets. Zephyrhills vs. Pahokee Coach Adolph Rupp of Ken- I for second place in the confer- The FSU linksters took a Grayson Brown, Carlisle
ence standings by beating Flori- narrow 10-8 victory in the var-
Virginia Military's uncondi- Arcadia vs. Jupiter tucky, 21 Southeastern Confer Herbert, John Hansen and Steve
tional triumph easily overshad- Class C Region 1, at Campbellton High School ence titles behind him feels his da, but must meet the Gators sity match, while the Gator Fouts.
FourStrokeTourney owed the victories of the nine of Laurel Hill vs. Greensboro Wildcats are a good bet to take I in their lair. freshman triumphed, 9-3.

the top ten teams that played. Campbellton vs. Sopchoppy their fifth national basketball I In other Saturday action, Van- Hammer fired a 71 for the The two Browns also teamedup
low individual round.Defends to trim Polk and Roy Cham-
Seventh-ranked Davidson had championship.
Region 2 at Billiard High School derbilt beat Georgia Tech 103-89,
completed its season abruptly Jennings vs. Hastings "We have a very good chanceat Florida upended Georgia 69-94, TitleNEW I mings of Leesburg, 6-1, 6-3, in
Leadl Friday night, losing to VMI. Mayo vs. Hilliard this thing," Rupp said. "I Auburn defeated Alabama 83-76 a doubles match.

By BEN TlIO UCLA, No.1, coasted to its Region 3 at Hawthorne High School mean a very good chance. I and Mississippi blasted Missis- YORK (APWorld's) Herbert and Hansen won the

Associated Press Sports Writer. 24th victory without a defeat, Cedar Key vs. Lakeland Santa Fe think we have an exceptional sippi State 78-61. 'pocket billiard champion Lu-' other doubles encounter.The .
.. I trampling Washington State 93- Hawthorne vs. Mount Dora Bible School basketball team and I haven't ther Lassiter of Elizabeth City,I GHS team travels to Daytona -
NEW ORLEANS (APMa-'' 56. Cotton Nash scored only five Region 4 at Lake Placid High School seen a team in the country that SEC W STANDINGS L Pet. W L Pet. N.C., opens defense of his title tomorrow to battle power
son Rudolph into today's points, but second-ranked Ken- Kentucky 11 3 .786 21 3 .175
goes Immokalee vs. FrostproofLake we would be reluctant to playon Georgia Tech 5 .643 17'.654 today. ful Seabreeze.
final round of the $50,000 Greater tucky, 21-3, won the Southeastern Placid vs. Miami St. Patrick a neutral court." Tennessee S 5.615 15 1 .652 .J
New Orleans Open Golf Conference title with a 42-38 Kentucky presented Rupp his Vanderbilt .8 6 6.571.571 l'12 13 6 ..480.764LSU

Tournament with a four-stroke decision over Tennessee.Frosh 21st title Saturday by beating Georgia O 6.571 11 14 .UO SPECIAL
Alabama 7 7.500 14 12 .531 GAS WELL
advantage over big Jack Nick- Softball Meeting SlatedDeadline I Tennessee 4238. The second- Mississippi FLORIDA 6 7 7.462 7 .500 12'.571Auburn 10 12 .455

laus. ranked Wildcats will representthe 6. .429 11 12 .471

Tied for the lead the first day,. Mermen for entering the City and make an eight team leagueof SEC in the NCAA playoffs. Miss.Tulane state 5 1 10.m 13.on f 1 17.U6 22 .c.Q BRING YOUR CAR TO

Rudolph took sole possession of League for 1964 Softball play has two four-team divisions. Kentucky still has one regul- SCORING LEADERS I
first place the second day and I To Seek Win been extended through Thursday lar season game remaining, G Pts. Ave. THE EXPERTS DURING
kept it Sunday. His 54-hole' March 5, the Recreation Only games played within a playing host to St. Louis tonight. Cotton Donnie Nash.Kessinger.Kentucky Miss. 22 24 516 600 .23.5 250 THE NEXT 3 DAYS

score was 68-71-7G-208. Florida's freshman swimming Department said yesterday.In ,division would count for the di- Only two other regular sea- Ted Dick Deeken Malle. LSU Kentucky 25 23 518 444 20.7 20.2
team, 4-0 thus far, closes out addition, a meeting of both vision crown but scheduling son games remain for SEC Clyde Lee Vanderbilt 25 471 188 J CompMa brakt check nddjuftmmf
Nicklaus, who rates the Lake- .would be between both State invades Jimmy Pitts Georgia 25 444 184
its home schedule today City and Business League man- groups. teams. Florida Danny Schultz. Tenn. 23 417 181 .
wood Country Club course, at against'Miami Dade Junior College 'At the end of the season a play- Georgia Tuesday night and Ten- Dale Con Tulane 21 377 180
agers is to be held at 8 p.m. Lee Defore Auburn 23 405 17.6 .
of the six aWaJ.
yards as one But field
7,020 *
off would be held between the nessee and Florida play a post- Brooks Henderson Fla. 21 367 11.5Q 2 ,
tomorrow at the Recreation / ayst.a road Ki.d.
the PGA tour
toughest on The Baby Gators, one of the Center. All players who intendto [division leaders for a city I
carded an erratic 72 Sunday. finest frosh swimming teams participate either in City or championship.Carroll l 3 Front ..* aUgui, .iik.
Wes Ellis Jr. stood one stroke ever seen at Florida, take part umber cast. and to 4iiTuesday
% Business League softball this Lanoux of the Recreation
behind Nicklaus with a 213 after j c..t.d and baaria 3npubd. .
in the: Southeastern Conference
season are asked to attend. Department said this is .
shaving five strokes off par meet in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, The Recreation Department only a tentative plan. Playersand THE A PA HOUSEWIFE 0

Sunday with a 67-best round of March 5-7, ,then' face Miami plans to propose, if no new City managers planning to at- 0.

the tournament. Dade and Pinecrest JC in a tri- League entries are forthcomingonly tend the meeting tomorrow are ALWAYS SMILES I '

Rudolph threatened run angular: meet at Miami, March ( two teams have signed up asked to present their ideas on r.
away with the lead until he 13,i to :wind 'up their season. to date) to merge the City City League and Business AT FLOORS ADORNED/J&lCt .

came to the 18th hole, a long % League with the Business loop League softball for 1964. Th WITH i I Wednesday ,%-
par four. For the wtirst: time NetChamp! "4 I

Sunday, he missed a green. JJ4SPNI4LT7 Thursday

Nicklaus was the only one of PITTSBURGH (AP) Cliff ALL FOR ONLY
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Monday. March 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun' ,

Big Time Golf Not All Cobra Ready Gator Nine Opens Basketball Todaro Cops

Gold and Glamour: PlayerBy For BattleAt Season SaturdayFlorida Results Singles In .


WILL GRIMSLEY i for the first time since 1962 in fast," he added. "I'm always on Claw AA Grevp 1Pensacole

Associated Press Sports Writer the Tucson Open last month. the go. Straight from opens its 1964 baseball and Allen Trammell making up I Higti" G'-I'41. Cnoctawhatchee JI 41 Eleanor Todaro won singles '

NEW ORLEANS (AP-Play- Player said he believes the I "My golf suffers, because I the world famed snake pit at season Saturday in Lakeland one combination and left-hand Panama City Ruth." 72. Talla. Leon 60 Carolyn Crist and Pat Williams:

ing the big time golf circuit Is same pressures, but greater, 'can't relax. Sometimes I feel I Venice, California, home of the with a doubleheader ers Jim Boyesen,"Elliott and I Jacks. Paion J4 Group Jacks.3 Parker 44 teamed for a doubles triumph'

not all gold and glamor as most are affecting the game of Palm. :am just going through the mo famed Shelby Cobra racing car, against Coach Florida Dave Fuller's Southern.Gators Blomgren Trammell another, says in Fuller. I Jacks. Lee 47, Jacks.Grwp Dupont 4 37 and all-events crowns went to

people suppose, says South Africa's er, who also has failed to win a :1 tions. And that's no good. comes word of an all new prototype currently spring Graup S Dot Bird and Bette Sprow as
with veteran staff football will Fuller's Gainesville M. Daytona
a pitching practice, join 4t
Gary Player. It can be a major crown since capturing the I "I'm not going to let it happen road racing car ready and Group I the annual women's bowling-

gruelling rat race full of heart. Masters and British Open in to me. Next year I'm goingto waiting to strike back at Fer- are in search of more hitting. club soon. .Orlande Boon JO. Orlando 7 Evans 41Grewp tourney ended yesterday at
punch to provide the all-around Young pitchers who also have
4 ache and frustration. play six months and rest six Cocoa 30. Titusville Ur Palm Lanes.
1962.Player rari. Balance which be hitters and I _
will needed impressed as might f
Sometimes, I feel so ex.I said he finds himself with my wife and four fine I Winter Haven 62. Lakeland up' 51Cwp First Federal took team lau
hausted in I Seven liters ((428 cu. in.) of in the Southeastern Conferencerace get a chance to play more oftento l* rels to round the-
so whipped out so always a mad rush, as if the children. Tampa Hilljbor. ... Saturday out
I this take advantage of their bats Tampa Chamb. 54
dulled that I thiqk I can't go world is going to end tomorrow."I Yes, Gary, it's always next potent fury with added speed season.Graduation Greup II 1964 champions.

on, but I always do." the articulate eat fast, I talk fast I dress year. and durability Is ready for the riddled the Gators are sophomores Don Pendley of ,Fort My n 47, Sarasota Group II 54 Mrs. Todaro had a 690 series,'

In most respects other than the St. Petersburg and Adrian Za- St. Pete. Iou Ci. 54 St. Pete. .
craftsman from Johannes famed international 12-hour en- ga High 4S Including handicap, for singles
bala of Jacksonville. Group I)
hurling Gone first
burg lamented today. "I find I durance race here Saturday, corps. are Ft. Laudcrtfale 4*. PempaAo Beach 47 honors. Mrs. Crist and Mrs. Wi).
basemen Bob Coleman and Ed Florida, 30-9 last season, Group 14Hellywd.

from myself a daze, just playing Hayes Jones March 21.Recent Braddy, All-SEC second base- opens its home schedule in a AAcArthur Group...II North Miami 53 Hams 1937 totaled with handicap 1295. Dot and Bird Mrs.hada

: tests over the longest man Carol Lanoux, All-America 3 p.m. game against Florida Miami HIP 45. Miami Beach 44
These are the hazards of success Creep U Brown a 1635 scratch with Alict
auto road racing course in the third baseman Tom Moore and Southern a week from Wednes- Miami Columbus 40. Kty West 44
in modern Resch
professional at 1632. "-
Ends Unbeaten outfielders Al and Bernie day. In all, the Gators have 36 Class A Group I runnerup
golf, Player added, affecting ,United States, here at Sebring, Haskins. Lopez scheduled Milton 55 Tate 48Greup 2 Toby Rutledge, Bank of New.

; any player who happens to have unofficially broken the games. Marianne M. Do Funiak Springs 71 berry, rolled an all-spare gam! $
I Fuller has switched outfielder The schedule:
reach the top, such as Arnold' fastest lap times set by any car Palatka Group 3 and.Dot Cooper, hit a 245 sin 1e
U Groan
I BOB GREEN Earl third base I March 7 at Florida Southern Cove Springs 32
By after the in Montgomery to ,
Olympic games classic.
in the 1963 Group 4
Palmer Julius Boros and Jack game high more than 100over 1ItJ
I'I Associated Press Sports WriterSo Tokyo this fall, said after the in order to replace Moore. He ((2)); March 11, Florida Southern Perry 43. Starke 62 ,
Nicklaus."It Designed with but one thoughtin Greup I her normal average. Sh
how's this as a way to bow meet it would be his last indoor said all three outfield positionsare ; March 13, at Miami; March Uyman 57. Kissimmoe 44
wouldn't be so bad if we mind, Carroll Shelby, pro Group 4 rolls 132 average. She wlll:1E
out: 55 consecutive victoriesand performance.Jones' now open. 14, at Miami ((2)); March 16, Van Apopka 50. Winter
could ducer of the famed Fordpowered Gart Lakeview 41 ceive a WIBC award for-the
just concentrate on our
indoor "We derbilt March 17 Vanderbilt Group
an record? might be a shade weaker ; ;
record was one of four will be setting his Daytona Seabreeze 42. Deland big game. Delores Pierce fiaat
golf, the little man in per. Cobra 41 ,
"I've done about all at -March 20 Georgia March 21.
defensively ;
an amateur indoor marks set in the some positions Group I
4 petual black said. "But that is busy the glory and fame New Smyrna Bitch of Newberry, converted the-4
can do," veteran Hayes weekend. Davis sights on ," says Fuller. "However, Georgia; March 27, Georgia 45. Sanford 43
Tammy of Group f 7-9-10 1ZT
impossible. The more tournaments -Jones said after racking up the Frederick Md. set another In that only a win at Sebring can this should be a stronger-hitting Tech; March 22, Georgia Tech; Plant City II. Tampa Jesuit 42 split.
First Federal had
you win, the faster goes two wind-up marks in Baltimore's -Baltimore the bring. .IIFuller March 30, Mississippi State; Dunedin ... Tarpon Group Springs II 47 a 3020-for:
Maryland State team honors. Elma Newman .
the and the famed New ,
merry-go-round, Ted Webbe, Group 11
All-Eastern Invitational likely will with March 31, Mississippi State;
mile relay team added anotherin open St. Pete. larry 45. Bratfonton $.t. 61 Foye Gillis Mae Hill LfcETTg?
harder off.
it is to columnistand
w get indoor track and field games Louisville and Yale's Wendell Jersey auto sports veterans Dave Porter (catcher) April 3, at Auburn; April 4, at Occult 11
II. "There will be hand to Charlotte 60, North Fort Myers 14 man and Dot Bird made up"-J .-
are personal writer on
appearances Auburn 17 at
Saturday night. Mottley got still another at Randy Morcroft (shortstop), ; April Georgia Group 11 team. '

exhibitions, filmed television "Now I find I'm just repeat. Ithaca, N.Y. coordinate the running commentary Montgomery (third baseman) Tech; April 18, at Georgia Tech; Kathleen 61. Bartow Group 38 14 =

shows and business enter. ing myself." I I for the working press as and Jim Elliott (outfield) in the April 22, at Kentucky; April 23, Haines City U. Lake Wales' M
connected with the And John Thomas, on the rebound Group 15 Ramos Belts
prises game. well as personal driver and manufacturer lineup. at Kentucky; April 24, at Ten- Riviera B. 21. Ft. Laudtrdle.' Z

"In the past five years, I'll And that he is. In fact, he's I I from a couple of mediocre interviews for race Other positions are up for nessee; April 25, at Tennessee; Greup 14 Aouinas 55

bet I haven't had five weeksoff. repeated himself 55 times. He's seasons, almost got another. week, March 16-21. grabs, but claims have been May 1, Auburn; May 2, Auburn; Hlywd. Chaminade Class B 41.Group Miami I LasaMe 52 Seki in 6tlis =

I 28 still gone through that many indoor The Boston high jumper won his Jay '2. Walnut Hill 36Group
am just pretty With most reserved areas already staked by Tom Shannon at first May 8, at Georgia; May 9, at t -

11 I young, but at times I feel like hurdles championships withouta speciality at Baltimore with a sold out, spectators plan. base, Ron Creese (second base), Georgia; May 15, Rollins; May Vernon 40 BethlohemMa >. TOKYO (API-Sugar Ran;
loss that stretches 7-feet-2i his 0"1
a string best
a tired old man. back to, 1959. winter. leap, of the ning on attending the 1964 Se and Jim Duncan and Bill Blom- 16,. Rollins at Winter Park ((2)); lone 57, GrtctvUie 51Chattanoochoe with his second world feather?

This time a year ago Playerwas I should write or gren in the outfield. May 20, Jax U.; May 22, at FSU _rev, 4 title defense
race 57 weight
bring Blountstown
His last however was his 51 successfullyunder
rated one of golf's big Miss Davis, a 16-year-old, call to: ARCF, P.O. Box "Our outfield might be pla- May 23, at FSU; May 26, at Jax Grep a his belt is aroundfor
now looking
Florida ,
best. He flashed over the 60- High 47. Cross City 45
three with Palmer and lowered the women's
along 50-yard tooned, with right-handed hitters U.; May 29, FSU; May 30, FSU -
719 Sebring, Florida, (EVergreen retp I new worlds to
Nicklaus, but since has slipped yard high hurdles in 6.8 sec. indoor hurdles mark to 6.4. like Duncan, Brownie Johnson ((2)). Madison '0, Lake Butler 54 conquer-
5-7354)) for reservations. the
Group specifically
onds, lowering his own indoor lightweightworld.
from such top billing. Althoughhe In Ithaca, Mottley raced to a Macclonny 53. Callahan 51 *

won $55,000 last year and had standard by one-tenth of a sec 1:09.2 record in the 600-yard()( run Daytona Lopez 71 Group, S .
Alice Murray Bunnell 41 And it looks like he has
the best scoring average, 70.404, ond. in the Heptagonal games, trim. Lakers Touch But GrIllS S some
Santa Fe ,
Regain 47 Lake Weir 41 takers.
he didn't take a major title. Jones, who had announced'ming one-tenth of a second off Leads LeagueAlice 0"11 a .

He finished out of the moneyBowling earlier that he would retire 'the listed mark by George Kerrof Hernando ... Inverness 33 "I'm ready to put up $300,086
I Group 11 to $400,000 to match Ramos and
the West Indies. of Fred Mason Warriors Winner Mount Dora 43. Groveland 31
Appear Gr". Carlos)
11 (lightweight champion
Results I II Maryland State's quartet of Contractor was high in the Pin. Florida Air' Academy 44. Oviedo 4JGroup Ortiz in Los Angeles," promolerGeorge

I Robert Brown, Harley Morris at Palm Lanes U
Topplers League Zephyrhllls .
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'and virtually locked up a sec 47 Avon Park 27 Parnassus said today, I
Edwin Skinner and Earl Rogers with 179-149-157-458. Gladys Group 14
TRIPLE. RESULTS The Los Angeles Lakers have tional playoff berth. Arcadia 10$, Saras. Card. Mooney 31 adding the qualification, "pro- I
TUMBLERSW flashed the
over lightning fast Markham had 205 high
L I Boxwell Electric 3. Duke Lumber Co.I game. Group 14
1 regained their National Basketball But the Lakers failed to gain Jupiter M Pine Crest 54 viding Ortiz successfully defends -..
Bank of Newberry l'/P 30'\ 1; Walt's Esso 3. Tropical Pontiac ; eight-lap track in Louisville to Campus Beauty Salon had a ,
I Ace Electric 59 33 McCoy Building Supply 3. Schlitz 1; Association touch, but the Warriors who Class C Group his title against Kenny-
Walsh Barber Shop 51 11 Budweiser 3. Mitchell's Shoes 1: Wise's a 3:11.7 mile, breaking the 2409 series and a 831 high sin- ground on Laurel Hill 4f, Allentown 67
Chandler 441* 41'* Drug Store 3. Bank of Hawthorne I. 3:12.2 Texas Southern. their Western Division title appears -crushed Detroit 100-86()( and Group tCampbellton Lane in San Juan next month"All : .

Cotton S. e. Minamart Sapp Real Est. U"39'52* TWILIGHT by gle game. certain to pass into the stretched their Western lead to I I .' U. Poplar Springs 4t the comment came after

S & S Cleaners 36'55',, W L hot hands of San Francisco's 3 games over second-place St. Group Ramos, a Cuban exile now l 1F&::
Butlers Radiator Serv. 32 60 Miller's 50 34 I Greensboro 40 Grand Ridge it
RESULTS McCoy's ai 36 80 Teams Warriors. Louis. Group 4 ing in Mexico, stopped Japanese
Cotton Minamart 3. Butlers Radiator Manaro's 43'* 40'> CompeteIn Jerry West and Elgin Baylor Sopchoppy 50 Crawlordvllle 44 challenger Mitsunori Seki in tbe-
Serv. I) S. E. Sapp Real I Est. 3. Walsh Llnkfield's 3* 45 Boston and Cincinnati, run- Groups
Barber Shop 1; Chandlers 3, Bank of Martin's 37 laVa clicked for 68 points between ning one-two in the Eastern Jennings 10 Lee 44 sixth round of their scheduled
Newberry U Ace Electric 3. 5 aS Forehand's 34 41 Group 4 "'
Cleaners 1. them: as the Lakers manhandledSt. 'race, matched victories in matinee Mayo 50. Branford 47Group 15 round bout Sunday night.

NIGHT OWL W L McCoy's .. Martin's RESULTS 0; Miller's X Two-Ball EventEighty Louis 114-91 Sunday night games. The Celtics topped I Hilliard 74. Yulee 41 7

A,F.R.0.T.C. 60 36 Linkfields 1; Manaro's 3. Forehands 1. Group Kansas State 99. Oklahoma 70 -
Manor Motel 59 tl !Philadelphia 108-93 and the Roy Hastings 51. Pierson Taylor 34 Missouri ". Colorado 14
S & C. Tile a Terrazzo 57'* 38'* INDUSTRIAL Local Cagers !als edged Baltimore 122-111. Group f Oklahoma State II. Nebraska 45
Cedar Detroit 104, Bowling Green II
Wm. Thorn. Fun. Home 51 44'* Key 50. Branson 43
49 47 W L The still-scrambled Eastern Group II Dayton (?, New Orleans Loyola 47
Central Fla. Office Sup. teams in Powers 56
competed men
Edwards Bldg. Supplies 49 47 G'ville Sun It fPiggle ; ChipFernEno Top Orlando Hawthorne 35, Dunnellon 2* Mich. St. 107. Northwestern 97
Holiday Inn 46<* 49|* Park it t the annual Family Two-Ball 64.Mother. picture should clear up after Group 11 Bradley 13. N. Michigan -
Park LIne Cafeteria 44V 49',* G'ville Shopping Center II 10 the Celts and Royals meet in a Lakeland Cath. 3*. Tampa Olph 24 Minnesota 70. Iowa 43
Pepm Distributors 45'''- SOY, Pepper Printing Co. II II tournament over the weekendat Daughter, Suzanne. Jones Johnson the league Group 14 Miami Ohio .7. Toledo 44
McKinney Green Ins. 17 II home-and-home Wednesday and Frostproof 43 Melbourne 41 SeuthwostTexas
a Fans 41 55 the Golf and Dot Woodward 53
Johnson new Country ; Daryl -Jean Tech 17. Arkansas 14
Glass 36 60 Servlcemaster 15 13 leader in Gainesville Recreation Group IS
Pittsburgh Plat Hospital 34'* 4IV4 Blrdsey Feed Mills 13 15 Club. Crow, 55.Lady Thursday. Boston has a 2 take Placid 70 LaBelle 45 Rice 104 Texas Christian M
Alachuo General
Allstate Insurance 12 16P.ul's Department Petticoat League, spread the (Other group champions determined Texas 105. Baylor 77
RESULTS game over Royals.
Golfer Junior last N. M... St. 71. E. New Mexico 62
Pittsburgh Plate Glass 4. HolidayInn Auto Salvage 12 16 Ray and Libba Merrill Boy, defeated the Navy Swabbies Friday night' )
West Far WI.tUCLA
Wonderhouse through St. Louis
0; Alachua General Hospital 3. Restaurant 10 II teamed for first in Moth- Nick Garcia Jean Crow, 42;
BAG place SATURDAY COLLEGE n Washington State 54
Motors I 20 from Orlando on an exchange SCORES
Fla. Ott. Sup.
Va Central 37 and
Park Lane ; points Baylor added
EastVlllanova Oregon State IS. Oregon 71
ply. 3; Williams Thomas 1. S fc C 3; Florida Pest Control RESULTS 7 21 er-Son competition with a 79. Tom Klement, Corinne Jackson, game Saturday at Sunland 31 after four Hawks into Brigham Young ... Arizona 71
Pepln Distributors 1; Edwards 46. got 47, Arizona State U. 103. Utah 71
G'ville Shop. Cent. 3. Servlcemasteri John Klement and Jo Butler Temple 60
3. Johnson a Faris. 1; Manor Motel 1;i Birdsey 4. Fla Pest. 0. G'ville Sun Father Gym. The final score was 48- early foul trouble. Cliff Hagan Penn State 71. Pittsburgh 63 San Fran. 75. Calif. Santa Barbara 65
2. A.F.R.O.T.C. 2.CHESTER won in Lady-Golfer Junior Boy Daughter, Diane- Providence 14, S. California 77 California U
f 4. Wonderhouse 0; Pepper Printing 4, 31. Chris Novak had 23 pointsfor had 25 Holy Cross 77
for the Hawks. Los Angeles
Piggle Park 0; B&G Motors X Ray 46 Suzanne-Ed Army 74, Navy 55 Washington 69. Stanford 67
Allstate with 84. and Moseley,
GARAGE event an Wendy ;
W L 0; McKinney Green 2. Paul's Auto 2. Jones-Johnson. Barbara Holbrook now leads fourth-place NYU Si. lona 61 New Mexico 71, Denver 41
Kim Wiles topped Father Woodward, 47. St. Bonaventure fl. Niagara 4f Wyoming 99. Air Force 75
fmnrirrt 54 34 FLA. NATIONAL BANK scored 13 for the Navy Baltimore by 6Vi games in the Princeton 61. Cornell 55 Colo. State U. 101, Idaho St. 74
RadiatorS 53 34'* I Daughter with an 82, scoringin Lady Golfer Junior Girl, team. Yale 51. Harvard 53 Montana State M Idaho 63
Horns S U* *44$ .W L sudden death playoff with Daryl Crow Carmen Powers scrap for the last Western play- Pennsylvania 47 Columbia 54 San Jose St. '7, Santa Clara 54
a ,
Oistnbutor. I Deposits 57' 34'" Next Sunday, Jones-Johnson off spot. Brown IX Dartmouth 74 TOURNAMENTSSeuthera
Plugs 2'AJ AS'AJ Withdrawals 56 Jan and Jack Jacunski. The 50. St. John's 41 Marquette 60 Conference
M 50 will travel to Orlando for a return -
Frame I Forgers 53-,a 31'* Wilt Chamberlain's 38 points Syracuse II, Canisius 44 (Championship
Wheels 37 51 Returns $2 Jacunskis also had an 82. 3-Hole Events SevtllFlorldl Va. Military 61. Geo. Washington 54
40 I
32 ** I game. paced the Warriors, whose rose NAIA District 1
Spares Sad Pennies Mother 4 Georgia 64
50'* 44'* Jan and Mary Jacunski won Son, Bobby Ann
RESULTS I Silver Dollars 47 45 Saturday, March 14th, Gainesville ter is down to eight aftera Kentucky 42. Tennessee 31 Pacific Lutheran II. Western Washing
Distributors 0. Fenders 4; Horns 4. ,Cashiers 44 41 Mother Daugher play with an Clayton, 18; Billy i I Betsy men I Duke 104. North Carolina 4> ton 3$, Pacific Lutheran wins Nst-of
Radiators 0; Frames 4; Spares 0. 'Lucky Pennies 44 4| Combs Recreation Departmentwill series of injuries. Tom Mesch- Utah State 125, American: U. 100 series 2-0.
: Wheels 2. Plugs 2. Dividends 3*'''' 52''J 19; Clint Jerry hold the subdistrict Worn.en's I Vanderbilt 103 Georgia Tech 19 NAIA DistrIct 4-1
SECOND SHIFT 87.These ery contributed 22 points as the Crambling 90. Dillard 74 Grambllng
SPERRY Debits 37 Jenkins 19 Georgetown 71. Rutgers 47 ,
Sj major results ; Sandy Mary
W L Millionaires were basketball tournament at Auburn 13. Alabama 74 leads best-of series 10.
36 Warriors handed Detroit "
56 its *
Hvdropins MPinhackert > Stringfellow, 21 Millie Mississippi I 7$, NAIA District 16
Bowling Bills 34 51 the 18 hole division. ; Roy Miss. St. 61
31'11 JJJJScraper Saunders GHS gym. The winner will 52nd loss, assuring the Pistonsof I Miami Fa. 12, Florida St. 10 Rockhurst 62. William Jewell 41, over
flY The complete tourney list: 21. : time. Rockhurst leads best-of series,
RESULTS to the state meet in Winter their first Wake Forest 74 N. C. State 55
MNighthawkt 2. go cellar finish. I 10.
SolHters Mother Clemson 90 Virginia 73
Events Daughter Barbee-
18-Hole ,
"'/* 21. Deposits 3. Cashiers 1; Bowling Haven. NATIONAL BASKETBALL S. Caroline 74, Maryland 44 NAIA District 17 .
Stompers 51.* 2f'1II Bills X Debits It Silver Dollars X For. Mother Son, Ray Libba Rachel Emmel, 15; Jeanie-Ev- ASSOCIATION .,Murray IS. Tennessee Tech 12 Ouachita 101 Hendrix 3INCOME
Snnrtorder 26 30 Q'n l: Lucky Pennies 3. Dividends 1 Eastern Division ,E. Kentucky *0. W. Kentucky
Ihlect' n 2J Returns 2. Withdrawals 2; Bad Pen; Merrill, 79; Tommy Libba elyn Puckett, 15. (Playoff of Bucs Take W L Pet. C.B. Midwest

POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSN' nies 2. Millionaires 2. Merrill, 88; Steve Ann Scraf- three extra holes). Boston 52 1t .732 Wichita fI, Tulsa 79 TAX .
BANTAM Cincinnati 50 22 .44 IVj DePaul 14. Ouquesne 45
W L SPERRY MEN'S ford, 90; Ricky Lee Stevens, Lady Golfer Junior Boy, Cage Title Phila'phia 30 3f .435 21 Michigan 19. Illinois 13
Holy Roller* ** 1 Hogtown Creakers si'* 33'' I Barber New York 20 52 .271 32V4Western Drake 56. St. Louis 50 GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS I
Henry Flossie Cox
Alley Cat M: 13 King Pine 37 M 91; DeWitt Margaret Storm, Division Ohio State 73 Indiana 49
Fireballs *J'* Crushers 54 T. I I 16; Dan Crago-Betsy Combs, Buccaneers won the Seventh W L Pet. GB. Creighton B4, Notre Dame 71
Bli-e Devils 1t 17 Splinters jj ? :93. I San Fran. 43: 21 .tot Purdue 97. Wisconsin 13
Rebels 11 '. Merrymakers 50 43 Lady Golfers Junior Boy- 16; Jimmy Wharton Ruth Grade championship Saturdayby I Los Angeles 37 35 .514 4>/i Chicago Loyola 117 Marshall 63 I
Block lack* 17 'J Rebels 4> U Aller 16 sudden death Sinkers 38-28 in I Baltimore 29 40 .420 13 Ohio U. 13, Louisville 79 1320 H.W. 6th St. FR 6-2924
Wildcats 17 19 Goofballs 47 45 I Klement-Butler, 84; Jeff Lally- ( play- downing Detroit II 52 .257 24Vi Cincinnati 104, N. Texas St. tl

Lucky Striker 15 21 Begastrickes 47 Mary Stringfellow, 85; Joel off); Will Ruffin Rachel Em- the finals. I Saturday's Results
'4 22 Maintenance
Hot Shots 44 115. Detroit 101 '
Aces 11 Design 44 41 McCoy Corrine Jackson, 88; mel, 17; Bob Brill Mary Dean Bass led the winners San Francisco 136. New York 110 .:: I
RESULTS Dam Yankees 44 41 I Johnson while Kim Preston St. Louis 115 Los Angeles 114 (ot)
17 Scarbo- with 22 -
Devil 1 Hot DrIfters Allen Evelyn Puck- ; Ricky points
Holy Roller 2. Blue ; T. 43' 4Alley |'/i Delaney Cincinnati 117. Philadelphia' 114 THINK QOODYEARS COST MORE
Shots 3. Wildcats 0; FireballS 3. Rebels Cats 47 M ett 88 Steve LawrenceBarbara rough Louise Summerlin, 17. had eight for the losers. Yesterdays Result
0; Alley' Cat 2. Lucky StrIkers U Pickups 46Y ; Boston 106 Philadelphia' '
Ace 2. Blacklack\ 1. Grim Reaper 34 51 51'. I I Stephens, 88; Don Good Father D a u g hter, Lisen-' The score was 16-16 at halftime San Francisco 100, ort3I' I TRY THIS BIG BUY! ':::: i

ROYAL POULTRY BANTAM Ramblers jvw < Winston Summerlin 13 before the winners ahead.In Los Angeles 114 St. Louis f I
88. ; pulled
WI. RESULTS I hartNora Mae Scurggs, Marjo-i Cincinnati 122 Baltimore 111mt11BJ I

Sharpshooter 31 13 Merrymaker '. Alley Cat I; Hogtown I Father Daughter, Wendy- Earl Scarborough, 15; Jean- semi-final games, Sinkers CLARKE'S '
Creakers I at
Fantastic Four 31 13 2. King Pins 2; Maintenance
Railing Four 26 11 2. Rebel 2; Splinter 2. Design 2; Goof I Kim Wiles, 82; Jan Jack Ja John Crago, 16; Pam Don beat Trojans 29-16 and Bucs won ,.
Thunderbirds 26 IIWreky ball 2. Begastrkkes 2; Dam Yankees Goodhart 17 Jan-Herb Stev- from 2719. Mike
1' ;
Four 22 22 X Drifter I; Grim Reaper X Ramb. cunski, 82.Mother a-----
Toppers Strikes a. Spare 14 12 21 32 Ian l| Crusher 4. Pickup I. Daughter, Jan ens, 17; Karen John Crago, McNellis had 10 points for Famous NYLON''''

Lucky Strikers II 33 GENERAL ELECTRIC Mary Jacunski, 87. 17. Sinkers and Mark Putnam eight "42"

RESULTS Junior Qualifying for Merrill match for Trojans. Jim Roundtree I IF"f AU-Weathor !
Senior Man girl, -
Sharpshooter 2. Strikes & Spares 2; W L A WO: FORT *) DOtSMT:
Thunderbirdt 3. Topper 1, Fantastic Rebel 53 35 I. Kit and Gerry Green, 74. play tourney will be on Satur made 10 for Bucs and Jim THE with TUFSYN ... I
Four 4. Wacky Four 0; Rolling Four 3. Alley Cat 45' '
Lucky Striker 1.'THURSDAY. Yankee 43'-, A2"1 Lady Golfer Junior Girl, day. I Barkley 11 for WhoDaddies. sorTImes IT 6occ TO TMC _
NIGHT MINI InKm-ear/ 43
HANDICAP Hurricanes 43 45 Kit Green and Mary String F'l\OUT'" 3.T Nylon cord five this tire M<
W L Half Pints 36 jj
Team III 52 24 Results fellow, 89.SHole greater strength thaa other '."'" ,

Federal Bake Shop 44 30 Inlu| 4rs 4. Half Pints 0; Rebels X Events tire And Tuf I
Southeastern Trans Former 41 35 flley Cat 1; Hurricanes 3. Yank.s I coBomy'lin' *
C. a B Photo Supply 4tt* 35'* .: 1. Mother Son, Stewart-Car. ')'1' b the toufbeet rubber'*' I

cItIes Bank Ji 43 I uaed i ....
Champion Compressor 15' 40'* Goodyear ban ever *

RESULTS | V tire .
On call auto *
Team III 4, Champion Compressor Ii : .
Southeastern Transformer 3. Federal Ml
Bake Shop Citizen's Bank 4. CAB Gas Genie says: I
Phot ..,110. NOW JUST _

Team I 41V* 30* Hrttiirra
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i, Mary Lees Beauty Salon St V> JJVj IN THIS : $795
Team 4 55' 36 : '
Bill Lvon's' Sunoco Gas 44 44 71 I II
I Schenck's Restaurant 40* 51V 7>,.* F
Life of Georgia Ins. 31 54 BlKkwall.'
Combs Lumber Co 35V 54V AGE OF Pius tax .*r-
Pepbi Dtot.. Co. 30V 41V I 'VHFC's 4 W1hte n ..* .ttere r 1*I' rIC1'

RESULTS _ _ _ _ _ ARE YOU DRIVINGA pablo tire. .I. F
Mary Lass Beauty Salon' 4. PepfciDist. '
I Co. 0; Bill Lyon's Sunoco Gas 3. SPEEDnatural BOOBY TRAP? 7.50x14 M Whitewall \

Schenck's Co.Rest.1; Team 1; Team I 3. Life 4 X of CombsLumber Georgia I trustworthy service $ 6.7CU15TUBELESS i 7.50x14 **.. I

Ins. I. r money Then bring it in for high 11 1 1 $13 6.7015
: Plus Tax 4jRecjppable Plus Tax aw4' I
W LI I Household Finance-the oldest and most experienced quality, low-cost repairs. Itaupa"" I
Gainesville Moose 66 30 I
Remember driver is
Farm Bureau 57 3t company Outs kind-has been standing ready to assist a Tire Tire _

University City Bank 55 41Pyrofax I with family money needs for more than 86 no safer than his car. II "
Busch Bavarian 53 43 I When you need money hdp, trust the experience of .....
Cridley MusIC 44 52 gas the understanding folks at HFC. .. betit M 4M/Jie halt M Milei/Ne limit! *i U ro* Vt* *H nt MU
Kirkpatrlck a\ Pierson 42 54 SAVE HEREon aa4/for the entire life el tae treatf.
/ Central Knotts Bar Fl*. Tile & Marble 37V 35V* si1 40'*" Bones up to $690Tak Rebuilt GeMratc, USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN :Z

I Beik Llndsey RESULTS 35 61 WINS THE RACE op to 24 months to repay Starters Fuel ' NO MONEY DOWN'P'

Central Fla. Tile & Marble 4. G'ville Water Pumps. dutch Discs, .
; Bavarian 4. Grldiey and Pressure Plates
the Natural Gas burner heat "turn-on speed"is
Music 0> Farm Bureau 3. Kirkpatrlck os
& Plosion l, Pyrofax Gas 3. Univ.
City only one-half second.Gainesville.
Bank 1; Belk COMMERCIAL Lind e., 3. .Knotts Bar 1. HOUSEHOLD RJ07 HULL'SBRAKE

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Duke Lumber Co. 50'.* 37V SUPPLY i
Bank of Hawthorne 44 40 I
I Budwetser M 49 G many W. Unlvonity Avo., 2nd FloofJ !
McCoy Iulldlftt"
Mitchell's Shoes

Wise's Waifs Tropical>> Esso Drug PontIac Store M M a 4343 44 so M 237 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. FR 2-6391 Open PHONE fridof: FRanklin evenings until 6-4524,.M. S. MAIN ST. AT 4th AVL PH. FR S- 563. I

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iJ i : : __Golnetvllle Sun Monday, Morch 2,_1964.1 -

Where Does Married,
\ I : -q 1
Panther's Yonge
!: 1 Hornet Students' Money Go?

\ Mk Tale (1i I ChatterBy 5: By SANDY: BLOWERS Of the eI 14.800 enrolled at the
, :
! HecklesBv University of Florida married beginning of the school j ear
; students
E! spend over $60.000 a
about 21 per cent are married
I "' ,':."" By : / week on g r o c eries alone in ,
i ;.f'It. I and living on or in the
I' I / : : HERBERT MARLOWI ana SUSAN LANE aM I Gainesville an independent survey -,.
I DORIS PERDUE JAYNE EVrtETT I indicates. Gainesville area, according to
1. a Ii i
'\ II i H. C. Riker, director of UF
The P. K. Yonge Chorus :sight reading. housing.
By HERBERT'IARLOWE made guitar? This also comes :
present the musical "Briga- Students in grades kindergarten 1'Iarol-l-Iopes
I and DORIS PERDUE under the heading of science.As doon" as its annual production j!I through twelve are urged to HAWTHORNE. The senior j\dents were invited to attend Surveying the' students indicates -

I We did it! That is what the you can tell, everyone enjoyed March 13th and 14th, in the I submit material for Virtu, the class is beginning to feel the and a good number turned out Others Follow these approximately 3.000
: I( 8:15 !.'student literary Short 'to get view of the harmful effects students about $20 week
I; seniors were shouting after a I the program. P. K. auditorium at p. jn. magazine. time running short as gradua- a spend a
successful barbeque they Brigadoon, called by its authors, '.stories, feature articles, poetry of the habit. Refresh-, TRENTON. N.J. (API-Mayor: ,on foodstuffs. The remaining $30a
..sponsored ery last Saturday... From The junior class is getting Lerner and Lewe, "a whimsicallmusical !and art work are requested\I tion draws near. It seems that ments were served by the ninth, Arthur J. Holland has made his i i week speat by the average

their play practice : Broadway ,and all students seems that others are aware i eleventh and twelfth UF married student is for rent
it- lo ok-5 ,as underway.The fantasy" ran on are eligible to .tenth move into a century-old house in!|
early reports,) the I'
writers of this column have and it is submit for the 'of the time too, because homerooms. neighborhood i medical doctors and
I Jhjjugh the seniors have finally for over a year, ; a design cover.All is administering [grade a racially mixed expenses (
i enough.-money, for their heard 'some interesting c o m-'the most popular of ,broadway work must be original and Employment Service and is now looking hopefully for!medicine), clothing entertain-
raided the
Hawthorne host
their annual tests to. was to
: class: trip. The class: thanks all'rnent/; about "Fenders ,shows for high school .produc the deadline is March 31st. The 1 Basketball Tournamentheld some of his fellow citizens tot j ment and miscellaneous goods
the Seniors March 3. senior Group
Creepers. As more detailed information The band uniforms here! on and services.
are join him in bucking the social'
thqse who contributed in jnak ,
tion.Cast class is losing a fellow mem- last Friday and Saturday
is received will fill Last students
we Tommy and Jeff, the Friday many took, '
4ng the event so successful. in.Our. as !'ber, Billy Griffin, who is moving nights in the Earl Gay Gymna tide.Holland Rent is the married student's
.' you two tourists who stumble upon advantage of the holiday from j his wife. Betty and
I .. to sium. H wthorne. Melrose, UF
> to Detroit. Billy came next largest expenditure.
Recently the top sixty juniors Brigadoon while on a grouse school and worked to raise money -i their little daughter. ti., ... 10
student of the ,week is HHS this year and played bas- and Dunellon participated in the housing has facilities for 825
"hf"'Alachua County were honored hunt in Scotland, are Walter for the uniform fund. The months. moved into the house
ketball for the part
I .. by the University t of Florida"Alachua jComerford and Joe Reames. Anchor Club raised. $24.75 in a. last weekend while about 75 of
of :Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Fla'et11
r daughter season and did very well. campus. The three -
County A1umni Club ''Playing the role of Fiona, who carwash! Saturday night was the last their neighbors both Negro and
Green. She is of the contain 528 .
president ; lages apartments.with :
"ft 1 4i ta: banquet in their honor. Wear j falls in love with Tommy is The Blue Wave Basketball The Hawthorne P.T.A. spon- game for the Hawthorne girls white watched from across the
Beta Club the F. H. A. a Corry and Schucht Villages
*: *" very proud of our four delegates -' Sharon O'Steen. Other leading team ended a great basketball sored a film on the bad effectsof .basketball team. They had a street.
member of the Band and Stu- containing 296.
: Joyce Parker Andrea
l esler, George Green and Jack is broad she range was -''Stephen Carr as Archie Beaton 58 to 46. We'd like to congratulate -; their regular meeting. Stu-14 and losing only 4. $7,000, is one of a row of old Only 27 per cent of the married -

'Pittman. Congratulations, juniors of the girl's; basket ball captain Kennith O'Steen as Mr. Lun-: Coach Hoskins and all the houses that were fashionable students live on campus.

.t team. On the more feminine dy. Jack Cushman as Barmy boys who played on their suc ., II i but are beginning to deterio- ': Off campus rent is usually high.

': Fred H. Asbell Beaton, Tom Hansen as abartender. cess. The Blue Waves traveledto : i list for
Wednesday, side Gwen plays the piano asa rate. Holland is having $10.000 er so a large waiting
'presented a science program 'in hobby. Congratulations to a Jean Webb as Jane Lake Weir this weekend for I : :j Bncliholz : worth of work done to his house :j UF housing exists. Rent for mar

TK t gymnasium. The show con-_all-around senior! I.lAshton, Cecelia Norden as :Group Tournaments, see the! 'including installation of new : ried students. living off campus,

I -''jjited of demonstrations of heat, Jean, Tom Latimer as Char- Big Orange for results. I Buzzes I plumbing, heating and electrical accounts for approximately 25

ergy and motion. You may PANTHER PATFERVe: lie. Ted Hansen as Angus Mac- Last week Harold Trujillo, : ; systems. per cent to 50 per cent of the

-think this was a little stuffy. would like to say "Hi" to Lar- Gully and Mike Justiss as president of the Key Club, announced -! .w'w .' i i total expenditures.

i but have many of you heard any ry Jones and Cecil, Quates of MacLa ren. that the Key Club has j -. Now OrliiterSEATTLE

I "\5ne. play a three-dollar home Santa Fe. See you next week! 1 The director of the show performed over 100 hours of I By ,

t'is Mr. Edward Carwithen chor- service to the school and community -; '
i. .. Wash. AP>-The
the four weeks. JOIN
al director of P. K. Yonge. in past
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Mrs. Alice Swanson is handlingthe :Service performed included i> : aid BARTON DOUGLAS Boeing Co. has released anartist's

i stage direction, and Mr. picking up trash around campus sketch of the lunar or-
I biter it is building for the National TEAM
.L I Dateline 1 I Alan Kirk is designing the serving on 'door duty" at This past week was when the *da Wilkerson clarinet. Larry -,: Aeronautics and Space TuL HOME

I scenery. "Brigadoon" will be basketball games, painting Mrs. I Smith trombone and Bar- 1
science projects were judged. Administration.
., shown to the public on :March Fluhr's office, and collecting ton Douglascornet.The .
GHS varieties I ; The orbiter is designed to take ,
:Among the many were
13th and 14th at 8:15: p.m. Ad- money for the Heart Fund wits
physicaleducationdepartments 'pictures of the surface of the
I Ir mission will be 51.25 for general recent drive. Mrs. Leon Hen- such things as "Florida's Long- boys
I ; are now taking: i moon from 28 miles. The vehicle
r orchestra, and $2.50 front or- derson chairman of the Heart Legged Waders," "Development ,
:., :. track and field. They have divided ; will photograph more than
By 1 1'I chestra, all seats reserved. Reservations Fund drive, was very pleasedwith of the Chick Embryo", 'A Pin- ,
( and miles the
into are competing at same
I groups square
MARY WATSON be made by the Key Club's work. '
1 : I may Hole Camera," and Suspended : against each other in I sharpness as the Ranger cam-
calling 6-2541, or 6-0197. or by UNDERTOW; Robert Stearns !
Animation." Of some fifty I such events as 880 relay, 44C i eras, which are designed toi
mailing your request lor tick- trying out a Beatle haircut
Gainesville High School Latin ion Buswell MIS sponsor has ets to Brigadoon, P. K. Yonge. .. .People are still talking I projects at the Buchholz fair, ,relay 220 run, mile run, high i : photograph a 60-yard square of

.Club had a formal initiation I announced. These outstanding Gainesville. about the hilarious Junior Play twelve were chosen to go to the' jump, broad jump, and the shol l: the surface just before it crash-

ceremony Thursday evening. Se- students are splendid additionsto : The P K. Yonge Orchestra .The Annual Staff: Stephen regional fair from Buchholz. Stu-;put.International. ej. ,
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cflnd semester initiates inducted our G.H.S. academic roll- dents with winning projects ; -- ---- ---- ----- -
participated in the State Orchestra Carr. Jayne Everett, Betsy Mc
t on the basis of their Latin of-honor and we 'Canegratulate Contest which was held at Millan, Jeanie Purser and Susan -,,were Raymond Dobbs Donna j Westwood Strta row country and your camiMBity

ficholarshjp) were Marityw) IJoJtfcn ). them sincere} the Umvevsvty of Ffouda lasiVvvda Lane, qvneVW going crazy Thomas,"Gariow Pattern JaatuPtotarav WhispersB YgllR NA1ALGUARO

Virginia Brannon, Clancy The G.H.S. Chorus sponsoreda Ftax&ie Salisbury, Ql-<
'r\\ ,
> wcVveslta v;as. )\\ nttne thdVThe .
-Kaxtcr Cheryl Condo, Bernard ('acjdale last Saturday ed in concert performance andHMoyw6 See you next week we hope. er CtO \Y. EWm ArndCar\>-(f L>la Brogdou and '.i Mrs. Meyer's Spanish classes

I J[>quite.. Bill Eustis, Lucy (;od-- help defray the expenses of the !lyn Youngblood, Jeanne Kinser, Pam Whitlow are beginning to work on pro-

.dard George Haas, Terry Kite. individual members to district '----- I Douglas Cutts, Melvin Caswell,: We would like to mention the jects and reports which pertainto

..}.' rna McKinney. Darlene Reed, and state choral contests. Each 1I 1-- and Ricky Mathews. continued good work we have
and Arm.
Spanish-speaking people Co. B, lit Bn 187th
I i
,Carol Sanders. Linda Sheffield Chorus member was allowed to seen from the group called the
Riki D sell boxes r.'J Allene Strickland, Don Haven -! entered the countries. i PR 6-6608
Sherry Traupane a n- 10 of candy in the Bishop Villagers. They
; i : .
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and Melvin Scott were chosen 1
burg, Karen Davis, Sally Goodin event. ; Talent comes; on I

/ Sam Holland Lucille La- An important announcement is I as alternates. .i Friday night at the University

I Crave, Bill McMahon: Melinda being made for all students interested ; I Bulletin The regional fair will be held Auditorium and won first prize

Hehling. Albert Rogers, Judy in taking the National I :, in Gainesville this year. j i and trophy. Congratulations! !

\, R: o u n t r e e. Judy Sherouse. Mathematics Test. The Test will : ; 1 1I Eighth grade students of Mrs. PETE

# Frank Sule. Eric Bigham. Pat- l) %ield during Library periods I, \ I The Buchhoh Band is now,Regna and l/r. Hayes are starting .

sy Bragg, Sarah Kane. Margaret 1.ryMarth_ 5, and,: ; .Rv GARY KARTIN I.getting ready for their annual, a unit on the Civil War. We
Below andle..I..o.wH.. fhose. \\J! i-:; -'-''participate,-\' contest which will be held'know this will be an interestingunit

must sign up :,iIi} :Mrs. Wann- Bishop has come through our We are sorry about this, but we March 23 at P. K. Yonge. Many for all of them.

L French Club had Us initiation iuger in room C8. second annual Science Fair. ,'do not feel that it was entirelyour d bands will participate in this', Some of our typing students:H NEEDS
17. when total of
February a
The University of Florida We thank our science teacher fault because a sentenceor event. Some people from our'band have achieved 50 words a minute ,J

t -56 new members were brought Men's Glee Club was scheduled in charge Mr. Anderson, for ,' two was missing for some will be playing solos I on 5-minute timed writingsthis

I' .into the Club. Les Bouffons is to perform in a concert in .giving his time so freely for the some unknown reason from and some groups will be com' last week. They were Patsy

_t the name of the group and its our gym Monday. March 2. Mr. fair. Of course the other science last weeks column. At leastwe bos. The people playing solos Jordan Diana Turney. Suzanne i AWINNER
officers for the
current term
Guy B. Webb, of the University teachers helped in this I are gratified to know that are Rex Hall trombone, Don-t Ford, Linda Mathis, and Charles I

:are Sue Banks president: Fred School of :Music wa in charge. fair. The committee chairmenwere our students read our column! na Thomas saxaphone, Lin- i Shaffer.

:Henderson, vice president; Sally Two dates to mark on student John Murphree. Brent Haley Home Economics girls wentto Ii

: :-I Netting secretary; Carolyn calendars: March 6 is the Ann Boyd, Robert Barnes I.., GHS last Wednesday all day i !
I'ogle. treasurer Jean Hannah I
: deadline: : for signing up to take and Nina Geiger. We also, had! I ,,for a study of meats. Mrs. Fran-

:11.1 torian John Farris. program the National Merit Test (to beheld the privilege of being the publicity -!; jjji Lincoln.: L ces Hale. a nutritionist from the
I : and Suzanfe Martin
refreshment -
chairman. } March 101) with either Mrs. chairman. We would'like I National Livestock and Me aBoard t
Selle or Mrs. Stevens. The fee to thank all of the people who lectured on meats. She

: Bud Brown, Wayne Hardwick, for participation will be $1.00. made the fair possible and to: In the Sun I showed films and charts, also.

tBcth Henderly and David Rog- :March 7 is the date the College all who attended. We hope that I II Nancy Mitchell. FHA District

2tfs ,,\cre welcomed into Nat- Boards are to be held next in this year's fair will be second' I reporter presided at afternoon

=_,bnal. Honor Society, Mrs. Mar Ocala.f only -to. next >ear's. L .1 ByMAXINE session.We .

.- I "Brain Games I I ROSS and hope Sandra Marlow will
During our
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Contest" each day. winners t .ij : HELEN WILSON get well soon and be back at
f I school after an emergency appendectomy -
I I were Pat Carr Connie Whit- '- '
Rebel ; man, Bruce Horton David Ha- 'Theprogramsand activities, ested people will be highly ap We all miss her

- : |: gan and Mary Dauphanee. The around Lincoln during :February!' preciated.The The winner of the Westwood

I i!'Grand Prize winner was Ann are many. In assembly, Feb- Lincoln High School Faculty 'flag contest has been selectedbut

I k Rap Up ;, Boyd. ruary 13, a portrait of Mr. !.; and student body expresses -, will not be announced just
their deepest sympathy to yet. We are anxious to hear
Charles Chestnut Sr.. |
Last week the ninth grade was un-
:: Mrs. Magnolia Owens, teacher i more about this. ,
. home economic girls went to veiled in his honor by the ------
By of cosmetology, in the loss of her I
School Board and members of :
GHS to the Meat Clinic to
: JSL EMILY CAUTHEN the faculty. The portrait honors !! HOUSE
. a 'hear Mrs. Hall from the Nation .ison.The
: State D.C.T. meeting was
his work at Lincoln.
al Livestock Board. hada
They i held on February 7, at Lincoln. !

2 _,The_ Annual Santa Fe Science bara Jeffords, 2nd-Jan Scott. good time. but the ones The girls State (A, AA Tour-;''The meeting consisted of an or- :

Jj''air took place early last week. : David Baggett. "holding the fort". had a lot nament convened at Lincoln February ,atonal contest, a spelling 'bee }

4gl\dreds of exhibits were set :of fun in mostly "girl-less" 20 22. Lincoln played '!and a program for entertain-.
The Fair all '
:* Tuesday in the Goode Audi- was open classes. host the :
ip to participating teams. ment. Second place in the oratorical -
parents and friends who wished,
Dorium. The displays were judgd The winner of the 12 pound contest went to Rose'
to attend Tuesday night to observe ''Career Day"as observed
;)> by a special committee, of 'bowling ball from Palm Lanes Angrim President of Lincoln:
local teachers and doctors. the accomplishments of at Lincoln on February 19, with ]' & SPOUSE
jyiiiie! was Pam Furgeson. Winners of High School's D.C.T. I
the students under directed lead' Mr. J. G. Green President of
** mt the three free were.Nina T. A.
-,\wards in various divisions Mr. Blount in games The State P. Congress
: thts. ership. Ralph was Volusia Community College as
I Lonnie Studstill Bruce Lincoln School i
High I
Geiger. held at
", were presented as follows charge of all arrangements. speaker for the occasion. Students was
:.McPhee Joan Kiser, Loraine February 2729. The first ses-'
: -. District V were able to attend the:
.. Group Tournamentswere Nero" Mike Rowland, Joan Wilcox ,sion was held on Thursday;

:'arth and Space Science: : held this week-end in Lake, Bill Beltcher. Mary Lou'lecture groups discussed by rep- :![morning at 10. On Thursday:

:(Sr. Ist-Roger Phillips and!IWier. With the Keystone Cup al--, Trout. :Marsha Danielson, Rob resentatives various from of education.The colleges and night, at 8, a program was held GOOD OL' PETE

Charles Kersey. 2nd-Carl Johnjjson rady in Santa Fe's showcase. ert Hard e. and Rex Lowe. areas at Mt. Caramel Baptist Church.i iI PROTECTORYou're i

: iJr. t 1st-Andy Dampier 'the student body was rather con- If you like us, cannot under senior class is working I Students of Lincoln High School, i smart to protect
I.nd-Bobby Hargrave. fident of these games. Even 'er'hard toward educational that this delightful -J your The Sun's Puzzled Puzzle Editor
.. stand the sheet concerning the*\ our are very proud house in case of fire, theft.
when we lost one of-our best Ninth Grade Tests make an trip to Washington. The help :: occasion could be held at;: damage to contents and
I t Itan : (Sr. I Tra.vers. Richard With Beetle Cut Who Says I
> > tlstMjke plavers, Clemmons,
; of and other inter-' Lincoln. liability with a State
appointment.with our; Guidance! our parents ; single
Jr.>)> Ist-Debb'is" Pearce. whVbroke Tiis" ; I
\ right shooting. Farm
Director.trs.: Deese.HIGHLIGHTS Homeowners policyat "COME AND GET IT, COUSINS ::1
:rod Tommy Beck 3rd-Judy hand before the Conference (4d>ertis ment) a low package rate. And

:Psit.; _.. Tournaments; we"tfll, won. : After last I you're twice as smart to
.tI\ p.r. *t retl.y, howeverRiclutrd week's reporting of the basket-!.. High School "DropOuts"Prepare I protect your spouse with a THIS LIST CONTAINS AMONG OTHERS
Chemistry and JBjotherms ryj1:i practiced shooTing with 'his left. 'ball season we have been called -!t State Farm life insurance !

-(Sr.t Ist-Georg TeeJ:: !, 2ixWeanZette -'.hand took calcium tablets,.andfecently i everything from a disloyalreporter for policy that covers your mort- THE CORRECT WORDS FOR THE PRIZEWORD
Lindsey and"Harriet'iirrgrdRonnie to a Westwood fan. I Special DiplomaGAINESVILLE gage. For full details, see I,
Rawls, (.1 '.T lif. bad his heavy, elbow i your friend for life. PUZZLE FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 1 1. J 1964

Willie 'and Paul Mfc- length cast removedrteplacing Fla. (Special! Equivalency Diploma ot home. :
JJim Pogue ... it with a light, 'hand-size rein Thousands of men and women who With an estimated 46co of our .
Alister. dropped out of High; School are adult population without a High : 117 N.E
forcement. This -week end he $!JI : ALA DANK HIRED I SAFE 1\\
and M'edicirie= <( : Jlea1th
played shooting'with b o r I a School Diploma through a home problem one of the most serious 16th Ave.I LAGS SEEM I
:lat Billy Cox, 2nd.Barbara hands. Ma)be Santa Fe k just ...4/Z: t' study course hich may be com confronting the country. Men BOOK DAY LATE SIDES ,\

*Baggett and Shiela ,BJanton.! 3rd lucky! It" g pleted as quickly as their spare and women are being held back in I PhoneFRanklin BREAM EVEN LEGS SITES

:Evelyn Smith, (Jr.) 1st-Art Bur- I- time permits.: business; and social life because ., I CAFE EVER LEST SURE
2nd-Linda Cole. 3rd-Roz- I II This special certificate is calleda they lack a high -school educa-: .
High School Equivalent Diploma hon. EXPLORINGEXPLODING LOOK TACT
niary Rimes and Susan Stanley. : PROPANE and receives general acceptanceby Recent government reports indicate -, 2-0444 CASE MAD TENT
"Qther winners included: Zoologyt -, colleges universites and other that a High School graduate; CASK- FACT MAIL TIPS
err 'HI'GENUIHI accrediting agencies as a local High earns $75,000 more during his;
Sr. 1st-Brenda Parham CAT
; School Diploma. It is accepted in lifetime than a non-graduate. This!
:2nd-Larry Marin. 3rd-Maxine ; LP- IllS business and Civil Service for employment could mean that a diploma is! RALPHTURLINGTON COKE FALL PACE TRACKED

Whittle, (Jr.) 1st-Alma Rugh Pe-I WRTfRifiRSTER purposes. worth $30.00 to $50.00 more! COOK FED PACT TRAILED

:teron, 2nd-Pat McMillian and I t1QU THAN This. course. which helps prepare ir> weekly income ; 'CREAM FIRED RACE TRAINED

:Sharon Roberts, 3rd-Joe English : NAtURAL GAS I Florida a Equivalency"Drop-Out Certificate to pass exams the High An School information Booklet Home is being Study offered -;;, ROLE TRICKED

Sharlene Morton, and Pam I is being offered by the Nat- free of charge to serious-;
:Jones; Physics: (Sr.) 1st-Buddy Cook & Heat Water A.ku'. ta".., s.rHf ional School of Home Study. National minded persons who did not receive .
:Register and Terry Thrasher,: Low Cost I TOILET TANK BALL has been chartered by the a High School diploma. ReQuests -! State sUlance Farm Company life InIsv'e ,a. .
I Board of Regents of the University should be mailed to the i and State farm fife A YEAH! YEAH! YEAH!
2nd-Fred Clark and Harry Bru-' Tk. *CciMf Water M.iter i**a*tly*.ps of New York. National School of Home Study; and Casualty Corn.Daiy. .
: FR 6-5110 *. flw f .. .
3rd-Richard Clemmons ws t r cftcr ck linking.Jit Home Offices: A""
and Men ,
: and women over 20 .are Dept. O53 413 Dade Bfoomwgton.IPinoos, _-_ I
-Sammy Williams, (Jr.) 1st.BarJ J t _AT HAHDWAU, STORE S now preparing for High School wealth Bldg, Miomt. Common-j


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Monday, March 2, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

I Goldwater I


Drive in N.H. Tax Breaks Plus Rate Cuts


Barry Goldwater headed for

!n97K..f'Ae1'ae1 5 AvM F"k New Hampshire today to open a I By Sylvia Porter ..- :

six-day, last-week drive for the i Of u course you know that the $25,000 the rate is dropping tion actually will give about
1 t.H .,,, ; R, state's first-in-the-nation new 1964 tax law is
e presidential cutting from 30 per cent in 1963 to 22 1.5 million lower bracket families -

S { 49{ OMR primary. your income tx rates butthat's per cent in 1964 and 1965. For a 100 per cent federal in-
just part of the story. corporations with a net of over -I come tax cut.
New York Gov. Nelson A. The law also includes important $25,000 the rate on the por- ,

'\ Rockefeller the Arizona sena new tax breaks and significant tion over $25,000 is dropping As another indication of the

F, 9iW tor's chief announced opponent "loophole closing" from 52 per cent in 1963 to lax breaks in the new law, a

returns to the Granite State provisions.To 50 per cent in 1964 to 48 per 65 year-or older person can
cent in 1965.Second now sell his house without pay-
4 K. Tuesday night for a solid weekof millions of you, the new ing any capital gain on the

campaigning before the bal- tax breaks will mean savingsfar withholding taxes profit up to a certain limit
loting March 10. more valuable than the collected from your pay by This can benefit the 65-year

Shrinkproof? Meanwhile a Newsweek mag- tax rate cuts. To others the your employer are being reduced or older seller of a house far
azine poll revealed that Henry so called loophole closingswill within a few days from more than the tax rate cuts.

This is an architect's drawing of the University of Florida's proposed general classroom building that Cabot Lodge U.S. ambassadorto down be and rough even news wiping-out cutting your 14 the old rate cent.of A 18 later per cent column to On the other side there are
has been in the news. It was supposed to cost $1,130,00o-the amount appropriated by the 1963 legislature South Viet Nam might whip savings from the rate reduc will per show new provisions which
but the lowest contractor' t 1 nn the .project turned out to be $262,000 higher than the budget. both> Goldwater and Rockefel- tions. you precisely how limit or take away tax breakswe
Designed by Hardwick and Lee, a S9S_ H jfQjLhe building was to be completed by September, 1965. ler-if his name were on the I Here's a brief summary of there much will more be take in home pay have had in the past. _

J Gov. Farris Bryant and others in the Cabinet want tne building "shrunk" to fit the original price tag. Architects New Hampshire ballot. the new law to guide you to a velope from now your on. pay en- been For instance if you have

say the plans cannot be ggueezed and if the extra money is not approved, new plans will have to be profitable understanding ofwhat' Third there the itemizing your personaldeductions
Supporters have been are provis-
seeking instead of
started from scratch, delaying co struction. indefinitely. A Cabinet decision is expected soon. taking
ahead for ions which will
write-in votes for Lodge and you. give you new the standard deduction you:
former Vice President RichardM. First individual tax rates tax breaks or limit or even know that you have been entitled -
Nixon since neither is an announced are reduced in every bracket wipe out existing tax privi- to deduct your casualty
OiaittesuiUe $10t Estes Aides candidate.It from the lowest to the highestin leges. Almost all of these losses which weren't reimbursed -
i Northcentral Florida News two steps. The lowest tax changes apply to 1964 and will by insurance. If, say,
Placed was disclosed Sunday thatlodge's rate is falling from 20 per cent be reflected in your 1964 tax you paid $50 to repair an auto
Spotlighting NEWS OF LEVY, DIXIE, GILCHRIST, BRADFORD, backers had mailed out in 1963 to 16 per cent this return which you will file in fender damaged in a collision,
96,000 sample ballots showing year to 14 per cent in 1965. 1965.
If. the Area UNION, MARION, CLAY, AND PUTNAM COUNTIES Behind Bars how to vote for delegates favor- The[ highest rate is falling from As an indication of how you won't could be able deduct to take the $50.this You de-

i able to Lodge and how the am- 91 per cent in 1963 to 77 per these tax breaks can be even duction longer resultof
any as a
AMARILLO, Tex. (AP-Two bassador's name should be cent this year and to 70 per more important than the rate the 1964 tax law.

Nursing Southern Farm former associates of promoter written in on the ballot's presi cent in 1965. Rates for corpo- cuts, there is now a new The 1964 tax law is creating

I Billie Sol Estes, himself bank dential preference section. i.rations also are being reduced "minimum" standard deduction an entirely new tax benefit in

rupt and under prison sentences The New Hampshire ballot fn two steps. For corporationswith in addition to the familiar the form of income averaging.

Service Up starting serving their lists only Goldwater, Rockefeller net income up through i 10 per cent standard deduc- This break will offer tax advantages -

,: Market time behind bars Sunday night.It Maine Sen. Margaret Chase to anyone with -a

In Co. Summary was the end of a fight to Smith and Harold E. Stassen. I People in the:! NewsMOSCOW I sharply fluctuating income ,U
Levy .stay free which began nearly and it won't matter whether
two years ago for Coleman Mc- Over the weekend, Goldwater your income is from salaries
ATLANTA Ga. Cattle and keting at Nashville this week gained 48 first-ballot votes from (AP) Foy D. for Washington where he will
:BRONSON Bedside nursing I I.Spadden, 47, of Lubbock, Tex., commissions sale of merchdise. $-
service by Levy County's three hog prices trended unevenly at found Good slaughter steers and Ruel! W. Alexander, 38, of' Republicans In North Carolinaand Kohler, U.S. ambassador to the I consult with President Johnson I dividends interest or ev-

Public Health nurses is on the southern markets last week weighing 900 to 1,000 pounds still Amarillo. I' Oklahoma, which becamethe Soviet Union, left Moscow today and Secretary of State Dean en short term capital gains.
while broiler prices held at 12% bringing from $19.25 to 2050. first states to complete Rusk. It is giving exceedingly valuable -
increase, according to the Levy cents a pound at farms the Higher wholesale beef Along with Estes they were. their convention delegations.Gov. tax breaks to
prices Kohler said the home persons
County Public Health Nursing lowest level since early in Jan- arrested March 29, 1962, on Accidents trip was
last week influenced cattle 65 of oldervia
prices Scranton said in in- routine. years age or
charges of mail fraud based on an
Council.A uary, the U.S. Department of
Advisory at Memphis auctions. Slaughter dealings in mortgages secured terview with The Associated a new retirement credit pro

sharp increase in this serv- recovered Agriculture some reports.from Egg recent prices low steers advanced 50 cents by non-existant farm fertilizer Press that his position remains Fatal to 14By NEW YORK (AP) Cassius vision and a liberalization of
confinedto and Good 880 to 1,200poundsteers tanks. that he wants no national office Clay, not the most humble of the medical expense deduction,
ice, offered to persons ever .rose about 50 cents. Cows brought from $19 to $20.- Estes 39, under $140,000 in but would not turn down "a sin men, told hundreds of Harlem in addition to the clauses on
beds in their homes for a 50. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS selling of homes and the
bonds, remains out of jail pend- cere and honest draft"But chanting "You're the
nominal fee. was reported at spite of the first general At Georgia auctions increased -ing the outcome of appeals Weekend accidents killed 14 greatest," that it isn't so. minimum standard deduction.
the monthly meeting of the Advisory rise in wholesale beef prices in receipts brought little changein against state and federal Scranton said for the There are changes coveringsick
prison Florida the "
I prices. Utility slaughter cows first time he would not acceptthe persons *in over "Allah Is the greatest, said pay, employe group life
the last weeks
Council here last Wed seven slaughter terms totaling 23
of them in auto
years. weekend most
I steers and helfers sold in the sold mostly in a range of $12.50to McSpadden drew 10 in GOP vice presidential nomination Clay, heavyweight boxing insurance child care expenses,
nesday. years mishaps. champion and a member of the
South mainly steady to 50 centsa $15.25.At the penitentiary and Alexandersix if it were offered to the dividend I exclusion and
According to Mrs. Joan Doerr, 100 pounds lower. Prices at him. Anthony Joseph Petranlelo 41, Black Muslim sect. credit, employe moving -ex
28 Florida auctions feeder years on guilty pleas. Along Earlier, Clay and Malcom X
All mentioned in this
Council secretary an even Memphis and Nashville how- steers sold steady to weak. Good with Harqld E. Orr, 33, of Amarillo and Warren J. Buchanan 54, a leader of the sect, watched penses.
bulls and calves sold well, with both of Indian River City were a report and others will be explained -
greater increase in bedside 500to 800-pound steers ranged also sentenced to 10 years, Prayer Week film in a Times Square theaterof in this series.
prices advancing in some In- killed Saturday night when two
nursing services is expected as $18.50 to 2150. they were allowed to delay go- Clay's TKO victory
over ex.
One be-
become aware stances about 50 cents. Pricesof ing to prison cars collided on State Road important warning
Countians as
Levy as they re- At Cedar i champion Sonny Listen.
that this service is available. feeders were mainly steadyto Prices at Kentucky auctions mained available to testify KeyCEDAR south of Titusville. fore you concentrate on the
weak according to USDA's held mostly steady last week. against Estes. I 1964 law. When you fill out
\ KEY The annual Dennis G. Wiley 17, was killed JM.IESTOWueM. (AP-) 1963
Mrs. Freida Etheridge announced Agricultural Marketing Service. Good and Choice feeder steers Orr found dead your return completely
was Friday observance of the Week of Saturday in an accident three Sgt. Alvin York's doctor forget this law. It does not
I that a complete hospital Hog prices under increased of 800 to 1.000 pounds, brought with the of says apply -
bed had been purchased by marketing last week wound up $18.50 to $19.65.Montgomery ning in a closed a car at run-his Prayer for Home Missions is miles north of Lakeland. the old hero is no longer in a I to your 1963 return which

the Chiefland VFW as a dona- Friday steady to 25 cents lower home. A doctor garage said carbon underway at the First Baptist William Glenn Tedder, 25, of semicoma but the gradual im- you are to file, by Apr. 15.
tion to the Loan Closet. This for the most part. About 10 per auctions moved monoxide poisoning caused I Church of Cedar Key and will Princeton N.C., was killed Sat- provement in his condition has The 1964 law applies to your
Utility slaughter cows in a price continue through March 8. The "slowed down a little business
organization also plans to con- cent fewer hogs showed up at death. urday in a collision south of lately. and personal affairsin
tribute two wheelchairs Mrs. packing plants in the Georgia- range of '13.70 to $16.10 or theme for the week Is "In Jacksonville. York, 75, was hospitalizedFeb. 1964 and will be reflected in
Etheridge said. Florida Alabama area how. strong to 75 cents higher prices Actress Robbed Freedom's Holy Light. 22 suffering from dehy. this year's tax return which
than the previous week. William C. Lewis 55, of Tampa dration. will file
ever, and prices in this area A will be conductedby you by Apr. 15, 1965.
The Advisory Council also discussed program died Saturdy night in a collision York won the Congressional Tomorrow Your take home
closed mostly 25 cents higher. Shipments of southeasternfrest ACAPULCO Mexico (AP) the Womans Missionary Society :
a proposed dental health at intersection.Two Medal of Honor in World War I.
Broiler prices In southeasternstates fruits and last a Tampa pay.
unit for Levy County. A com- vegetables Actress Lana Turner, in Acapulco at the church Wednesdayat ,
mittee was appointed to sub- after declining the prev- week were below normal for Mexico making a movie 7:30 p.m. An Annie Armstrong Negro children, both of
mit recommendations as to the ious week to 12V4 cents a poundat this time of the year. Florida reported to police that a cat I offering will be takenat them two years old, were killedin

type of equipment to be sought, farms held unchanged last citrus loadings were rather light burglar slipped into her bed- that time. All members of accidents Saturday when they 0Z
as well as operational procedures. -week. This was the lowest level with prices holding mostly un- room while she slept and stolea the church are requested to at- were struck by cars. Joe Daniel
for broiler prices since the first changed. Sweet com celery $2,500 necklace and $75 cash. tend. McNeally of Apopka was killed
week in January. Increased and eggplant sold higher at the on State Road .435 in Orange J
It was reported that the mak- buyer inquiry for supplies for Louisville Produce Terminal. County. Willie Lee Johnson of
Ing of bandages for cancer patients retailers' featured sales of Cabbage and cauliflower were Malaysia Dispute Goes Brooker was killed on State

continues and volun- ready-to-cook fryers strengthen. higher at the Birmingham Far- Road 18.Ronald. i IIkAIARKETJ
teers for this project will be ed the live market undertone. mers Market and general prices Into New Round
of Talks
welcomed. Live bird supplies became more at the Atlanta Farmers Mar- Boyd 11, suffocated In
in balance with processors'needs ket showed little change. a cave-in of a sand bank he was
than for the last several Snap beans moved at $5 to By KARSTEN PRAGER East Nasution said Asian bases digging near his Jacksonville

Dock Bridge weeks. In Virginia Friday, broiler $5.50 a bushel at Louisville. BANGKOK, Thailand (AP- should be manned by Asians. home.

prices ranged from 13V4 to while pole beans of good quality Another round of ministerial He denied that Indonesia!
14 cents, and in the Del-Mar-Va sold at K a bushel at Louisvilleand talks on the Malaysian dispute wants to seize Malaysian territory -I Four Negroes perished -
Project Bids area 14.4 to 15.5 cents. $5.50 to $&25 at Atlanta.1 begins in Bangkok Tuesday saying: when flames swept througha JACKSON'S NEW LOW Everyday PRICES
frame house at Citra, 20 miles
Egg prices across the nation with little hope of solution as
showed a rise last week after Indonesia hurled new threats of "Indonesia's only aim is to north of Ocala. The victims were PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR GAINESVILLE STORES

Due ViewingTALLAHASSEE dropping the week before to the Farm Bureau extermination at Malaysia.As free the people there from im- Leroy Walker about 60; his son, 1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.

lowest level in several months.In the foreign ministers of perialism. Leroy Jr., 8; James Cabarrise 3725 W. University Ave. 3809 E.
University Avt.
-Two area the Southeast prices rose for Indonesia the Philippines and Malaysia ordered more troopsto 7, and Michael Johnson, 9. 2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Boulevard
projects rebuilding the Cedar large size eggs as much as 1 to Leaders To Malaysia prepared to meet the its Borneo states of Sarawakand
Key dock and construction of a 21-* cents a dozen. Closing prices Indonesian Information Minis Sabah because of reportednew Rodeo Queen 4105 NW 13th St.

bridge across the Suwannee Friday at representative south- try said President Sukarno's clashes along the frontier.

River at Rock Bluff will be eastern centers for most con- Meet HereFarm government is still determinedto Malaysian officials said the Contest Set ALL BRANDS-KING SIZE-FILTER-REGULARS
included among 31 road and sumer grade A large, eggs in wreck the young federationof situation along the 800-mile border -
bridge projects scheduled for cartons in sales to retailerswere Bureau leaders from former British colonies. But with Indonesian Borneo was Cigarettes $269GRADE
bid opening by the State Road : Atlanta 41 to 42 cents; several area counties will gather the statement added that the "rapidly deteriorating." They contest is being-sponsored by queen the Cart..
Department here tomorrow. Birmingham. 39 to 43% cents; in Gainesville Friday for an dispute should be settled peace reported Indonesian-backed terrorists ,
Palatka Horsmen's Club Inc. in -
Jackson, 41 to 42% cents; Jacksonville ducted by state FB President E. fully. killed six persons over A LARGE FRESH FLORIDA
The old wooden dock at Ce 39 to 43% cents; and H. Finlayson and staff members Gen. Abdul Hares Nasution, In- the weekend.At connection with the fifth district -
dar Key is to be replaced by a North Carolina points, 42 to 45 from the Gainesville headquarters donesia's defense minister, denounced the foreign ministers' rodeo to be held April 2- EGGS Ccrton49c(

solid fill structure 40 feet wide cents. I of the 3,000-member farm anew Britain's reten- meeting, Malaysia will demand 3-4. Dozen In

with a 24-foot roadway. Closing hog prices Friday at organization. tion of military bases in Malay. that an estimated 200 anti-Ma- Girls up to 21 years old and 10-or. BOTTLE CARTONPepsiCola

Total length of the semicircular leading southern markets for. The Gainesville, meeting sia, whose Borneo border with laysian guerrillas in Sarawak single are eligible for the contest -
dock will be about,1,100 feet. most U. S. 1 to 3 mixed butchers starting at*noon at the Univer- Indonesia is guarded by Britishas and Sabah be withdrawn or dis- They should contact W. 0. 39!

The bridge spanning the Su generally weighing 180 to 240 sity Inn Restaurant, is one of wen as Malaysian forces. armed, and that the cease-fire Medlock in Palatka at 3252951. .
wannee at Rock Bluff north of pounds were: packing plants in I I 16 scheduled around the state. Charging that British bases negotiated by U.S. Atty. Gen. There will be a prize for the
Bell will be 415 feet in length.It Georgia Florida Alabama' The meetings will provide in- bring "chaos and conflict" Robert F. Kennedy in January girl chosen to reign over the BAVARIAN SELECTBEER
will replace the old Rock area $14.50 to $14.75; North formation on national legisla- throughout Asia and the Middle be made effective. I rodeo.

t Bluff ferry and is a joint pro- Georgia plants $14.50 to $15; lation compensatory paymentsand 6 Bottle' Gorton 79!
ject of Gilchrist and Dixie Louisville $14.50 to $15; Mem- the role of county leadersin (CLIP THIS COUPON! .
counties. phis Thursday $14.75 to 15.; the total Farm Bureau pro GENESSEE 12-oz. Can. :
and Nashville Thursday $14.75to gram. UH 4hrs. Only 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Also scheduled for bid-letting $15. Selected lots of 1 and 2 (ADVERTISEMENT) MARCH 4th BEER ALE 6 99'!

tomorrow is a primary projectin grade 190- and 230-pound butchers Bring this coupon and $1.00 plus tax to our store and you will receive for

Jefferson County calling for brought up to 25 and 50 cents Burial Insurance both knives, you will save $3.00. They kayo Hen advertised on TV ALL PREMIUM 12 OZ. CANS- KING SIZE *
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DEAR ABBY: I am a high school teacher in Mount Vernon have been trying harder at school but he caught me smoking. t IAEi '. n 'EWiNS TiaANK, 1.051 BUT-FOUND LOOK ANOTHERWSUSPECTV.!! -wr.'v> ITS' ER.IlT

t' Illinois. I read the following letter from your column Well, he took the car away from me and I'm grounded until INVESTIGATE trsoR ALONt N 'EM. .' 1 a

aloud to my students, and asked them to write their own an- June. They said if I flunk anything I'll have to go to summer // / FOG r5 sRr, 10

swers. I told them they didn't have to sign their names, and school. How can I get my parents to be more human?" COM NDOWN k51 y :

\ gave them five minutes in which to complete the assignment. IAD" f a _

These students are an average age of 16!. I am sending you DEAR MRS. RACHELS: So impressed was I with the air

" their answers. Perhaps you would like to select the one you "answers" of jour students that I had difficulty selectingthe z od

think is best for publication. Sincerely, best. But since I was compelled to select one, here it Lz .F e t ,
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Your letter: "DEAR ABBY: I am a 17-year-old boy and I "DEAR MAD: I don't believe your parents could be any

have been wanting to quit school for over a year, but my par more 'human. It is YOU who should get out of space and come M t\

ents won't let me. I hate school and I want to get a job. I failed back to earth. You probably think you know all the answers,

two subjects last term, and know I won't do any better next but you will learn as time goes by that your high school edu- ca-a.

time. My parents found out I was smoking and they ordered cation is the most important thing in your life. Listen to your y-' a--:! \ .. .
:me to stop it. I told them if they wouldn't let me quit school II. parents and you will find they have already traveled the

t wasn't going to quit smoking. My Dad made a deal with me: long journey that you are just starting, and they know what i LOOK WHAT YORE YORE FIXIN'TOGIT J

he said if I quit smoking and continued with school, he'd buy they are talking about." 'I DOIN'TH'MINUTE A GOODWHUPPIN'J s

I';'1 'me a car I wanted I said okay. He got me the car and I really "A JUNIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL" I'i' MY BACK IS 1l t I = 00 !

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WASHINGTON It shall:testing the defamation of their:man has been dumping envelopes -( experience one can go I IIACD

follow as the day the night that idols Ever since we suggested on our desk filled with through? When I hear them my ,r- ------ -_ "I

anyone who writes about the that the only wayy to stamp out threats, pleas and denuncia heart starts to pound and tears ,... '
Beatles will receive hundreds the Beatles was for parents to fill my ejes I love the Beatles natrr7TTh sT o a ...U= WAS A r \\':5 wA;.: p'i v.ME A..D h.5: Y t2..1A: T.:r NMDltiaz .
tions.We ; i 5 awls NCT FFOtt A Lf55s: A2YfCZMER l.EAs: POST N50 ni: ; 5A.E-v Vlz"r:3: : YW..D
of letters from teenagers. prosay they liked them, the mail. have been called, not ne- because they're sexy without _o) r wiiAT$ The Trc A :a RSdtz. PILOT I' A7.NY. CCCNTZY: BCAVE A'4INraPEti'ENT I vALE; :'0.r \1( .J':5= .I1M, TJ h
-- -- --- -- -- -- ----- ------cessarily in alphabetical order. trying to be and can sing. Yeah, MATTE2,P.o? AL:. DAY AFTE2I WHO WA5 IN ,Vyv \ AF AN : STATE... I AA OFTr.E 1ERYtt.i.-CZ.
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a fink, a stuffed shirt, an old yeah yeah o I erEN cur AvAly __ I II

fogey, a rat, and worst of all, In almost every case the let.

CR SSWO'RUZZ1E PAGAti OLIVE PAROLE oRlsoii "an adult." .ters demanded, "Why can't you .. \

One young lady writes, "It is(I like the Beatles?" z f'I 1 '
with great difficulty that I am i Q I PENTAXNWash' ,, II'III
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do want to lose 0
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6.Arab 22.Gardeners t t A T E M 0 R A ( mine is very violent) but ,like the Beatles is that we hap 1

garments 23.Poetic nnue O R E V E R B A L you had no right to attack the pen to be a fan of Guy Lom- L1W r

10.Sweet 26.Scion DIAL LAM A ti I Beatles. I would like to ask you bardo, Kate Smith, and Nelson I

potato: Sp. 2T.Nerels e s s E n E o R l OH how you can defend the gold- Eddy. If it hadn't been for the

.IL Hat 29.UranlS S T C R E O T I L D E fish-swallowing zoot suits, and Beatles, perhaps Ed Sullivan 00 f \I
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the Beatles.
instead of the Beatles. When COh'TEST FC2TI+a t:0-Ci cRATE7 TRY! >
wold 34.$kedaddlc DOWN 5.Sand hills WIN: J '
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can you Kate Smith sings "God Bless MOST-
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..17. osItm 39.GL Barrier 2.Cen. oneself i your day you were crazy about mind. When Guy Lombardo

:potcnWe blanc Bradley 8.Sour ale I I Vaughn Monroe? I'll bet your sings "Dardanella," our heart I< I
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,part .U.Ocddmt 4.Does 10. Grono j II out' too." think anything moves us as! LI R b

19.1ubIIce12..A r.bird Finance 12.Soda Three young ladies all chip- much as Nelson Eddy's singing a '

16.Moral attI I I ped in for the same stamp to "Shortnin' Bread." 'JI I

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people I tired of everyone's picking on we must admit we became
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19.S'aart I the Beatles and it was terribleto fiercely jealous. Everyone for- II

rs 20.panidco Charged I I treat foreigners this way. got about Kate Smith, Guy a C X9, i

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15 /j to 23.Heretofore !"cause of their hair. "It's silly I was John, Paul, George, and 7uD3E.'OONA WTWAM5 6ET Ltd THE TRANSCRIPT sssxfs. c0 iwr

.4. Rnolce2r t I to dislike someone because of Ringo. Every time we called a ... YOU CERTAIN 4 L'IAQRIED' TO WILL 1!,:1 O;? USA5 HEARiWo: IN
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24 tS I/ c 0 "z,7Vh Ovid would you feel if people stopped' "When the Moon Comes Over HIS SECRETARY MARGARET? HER DGMTeg: UK TO REVIEW IT/) I

... V'l'/. 26.Sp.lady liking you because you were the Mountain" or "Rose Marie," &VE5+ HUA ., ,,.
:. 17 za ZI ;,0 jj 28.Class bald? Yeah, yeah, yeah!" he hung up on us. If you were a == SONAS Ati 5 SAGE. I =- .
29.Straighten.3t THE3UP66rssuppewur s
30. Still one more letter, unsigned -grown-up wouldn't you be bitter I< : vrr lam
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We don't make fun of what our were trying to sabotage the

Jf (/1 i fa. /2,. 34.Pence'sI parents like." t Beatles so our favorites wouldbe c.: sueVOLUMTE I sL1. ,-
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.. ."'., ." Monday, March 2, 1964 Gainesville SJn 11

The Board LEGAL of Public NOTICE Instruction efAlachu Youngsters to CompeteIn r---- Real Estate For Sale 35 Houses for Salt

Florida will receive
County. ..
bids for the following Warehouse Addition
Mixer. Printing. Metal Chairs. I WANT-AD RATESPH. 35 Houses for SaleN.E. Jaw.

\ Plumbing Supplies. Refrigerated Truck Extra 1-
I Body, posts and Wire. Recapping I 'Derby Day' SaturdayGainesville 372-8441

/ Tires. Library BookS. and AudioVisual = == SECTION. for sale by owner. KirkpatrickHANDSOME
f Equipment." = = 2 Bedrooms large Florida room
Sealed bids will be opened at the youngsters willet will be given in each event and I forClassified I large landscaped lot with yard
School Board Meeting March 12. 1964
: pump. 2 air conditioners. 1515 traditional hem with
at 3:00 p. m. Persons interested a chance to test their ribbons awarded to the three N.E. 6t1l Terr. Call FR J462 four bedrooms, three baths banquet
may obtain a copy of "Call for Bids" I OnlyDEADLINES for appointment. sized
dining and
and further Information on these items skills at playground games at groups with the most points. all the other room space and

from E. D. Manning. Jr. Superintendent the "All City Derby Day" Saturday Events will include the tug- i 4 BR. 2 bath CCB home FHA design that make It one of the
of Public Instruction. 1817 East I financing. down payment $450.
University Avenue Gainesville. Flori in City Park. of-war, pyramid building and $9127 monthly includes all taxes mot butif. resience detailingand In
da.No.. It's sponsored by the City several races. Extra ii Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication 51 &For insurance. No closing costs. special 1 qualt t"rOh
: 3129) appt. to see 372-0481.
out will .
S For ads to go In Sun. paper-15:00 a.m. Sat. SS -
3-2-M Recreation Department. They're open to boys and For ads to go in M It.. psper-1 p.",. Sat. & criminating buyer who it

Playground and other youth girls, 7 to 14 years old. == (Minimum ad 4 lines) GLADYSSMITH wiling to pay the "IOherple.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA groups will compete. Points Those entering the contests = = OWNER TOWN so this
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I FAMILY RATES Roomy :3 bedroom. 2 bath home' lovely ranch type bungalow Is
I AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN I V THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH should contact the director at with panelled living room. Fireplace i.jw on the market. Plnll.ed )-

CHANCERY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA their playground. Other groups 1 1 Insertion ............................................... SIc line I Lovely garden. Florida r off dining
BURMAN J. DODD and I V AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, = 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c I line area perfect for entertaining -
SHIRLEY A. DODD his wife I V CHANCERY entering should contact the 6 Insertions .............................................. "c line 1 acre and 4 bedroom home. All One Is of I l th

and B. S. DODD CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. recreation department.The I 12 i-sertions .............. .. .... .......................... 14c line cypress Close to panelling.schools. Two fireplaces. brooms the hugel location
Plaintiffs a municipality in the County of Ala- i Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat. earned and It Is priced

-vs- chua. State. of Florida. deadline for turning in ee.eee I x number of insertions. I1 a acres and 3 bedroom home. sell at $17. .

MARY C. TAYLOR. et al. Petitioner. entry blanks is Wednesday. Carpeting fireplace deluxe kit- LAKE ROSA reduced 10 .
. vs.STATE .
Defendants. chen. Northwest. $19,000 This three .
NOTICE OF SUIT OF FLORIDA. and the Tax- I one bath. year round home Is
THE STATE OF FLORIDATo ayeri.. Property Owners and Citizens S Five letter words per lineS I 3 acres and two bedroom house. located on a paved ra with
: MARY C. TAYLOR. WILLIAM H. of the. City of Gainesville. Including HurricaneLeft Five miles from Gainesville. More frontage on Lake Amenities -

TAYLOR. THOMAS G. TAYLOR. EMMA non residents owning propertyor THERE Same as 2 lines acreage if desired. include largt screened
E. TAYLOR. BENJAMIN A. PUTNAM subject to taxation therein. Pt. porch awning windows,
I as Executor of PETER MITCHELL Respondents. Mark ordinary type i 4 bedroom home in P.K. Verge remodeled "modern"
HECTOR MITCHELL. OCTAVIUS ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETO DaSame as 3 lines area. Pretty lot. Separate dining cabinets in kitchen dish
MITCHELL DAVID MIZZEL. J. M. THE STATE OF FLORID 12 I. ordinary type room. Fireplace in living wasr. fireplace and
HAWTHORN and wife a = room. ok parque
HAWTHORN. On CubaMIAMI Same as 4 lines
and wife QUEEN ANN JOHNSON. OF. SAID_.STATE: THE SEV- 18 Pta ordinary type II 4 bedroom. 2 story deluxe home plus 4, gar
FRANK E. CARN and wife. MARY E. : nfiii, rnufr-Kir:: UWNJLKS.! TAA close to University. Florida colonial age. Priced to sell.

CARN. JAMES M. HUNTER. ANGUS R. PAYERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF (AP) Fidel Castro is'still in design. J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor
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BLAKELY. Trustee. I
41 I ROBERT E. WEEKS and wife MAR. ILLE. FLORIDA. INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS : toiling to erase the ravages 24 Pt Same: as 5 lines Extra large. 2 bedroom 2 bath
THA J. M. WEEKS. THOMAS A. JOHN. i OWNING PROPERTYOR IS ordinary type home. SturdY. well built. Heating II N. Main street Ph 372-N
and wife ARABELLA S. JOHN- SUBJECT TO TAXATION THERE- 'of\ hurricane Flora in Oriente I and air-conditioning. Member
SON. CHARLES M.ADELLA M. JOHN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR province, Havana radio said Modern In design. 3 bedrooms. 2 Floye J. Mathiasen Irene Bunnel

JOHNSON WILLIAM and wife E. JOHNSON and wife INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE today. i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one g baths large deep lot. Low utilities Capt. A. W. Reece. USN, .
SON ROBERT E. JOHN AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE BY i i incorrect insertion. nor will it be liable for any error in advertisement en for the best in heat and air-
M. A. JOHNSON.PAULLING. JAMES S.I. THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA The broadcast, monitored in :en to greater extent than the cost of the space occupied conditioning. Close to University. PARRIShfPRESENTS
J. :
SON. E. JULIUS H. JOHNSON any OF BONDS HEREINAFTER Miami quoted Castro's remarksto by t- Item In the advertisement.i No adjustment will
lineal descend- MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBD I be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of ii GLADYS SMITH
ants unknown of AUGUSTUS heir at law H.or JOHNSON. deceased : OR TO BE AFFECTED IN ANYWAY I an interviewer Sunday in Havana i= the advertisement.The ,

I any unknown heirs at law or THFREBY.You baseball park where the E RealtorMultiple
JOHNSON. and each of you are hereby 5
I. devisees of FLORILAH unknown heirs N. tlaw or required to appear on the 11th day prime minister went with his industries WORTHWHILE == Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or rejecting Listing
deceased any deceased of March. 1964. at 10:00 o'clock A.M. = any advertisement which it deems obiectional and to en Associates
I devisees of LILLIAN A.heirs law or before the Circuit Court of AUchua minister, Ernesto (Che) change the classification of any advertisement from that ordered Florence Burns Ben Griffin MASON MANOR Just lIed very
I any unknown deceased County. Florida at the Court Housein to conform to the policy of the paper. !!! Dan Sheldon Caroline Noyes neat 4 bedrooms. 2 home.
t devisees of FALCON F. PAULLING. C.- Gainesville. Florida and show Guevara. H 1228_ W. University Phone 372.5393 Large living room. Central heat
HORACE MERRY. J. cause why the of the Petition and air conditioning Beautiful
JOHNSON. and prayer "Oriente is very big and everyone EillIiliiiillllnlRllldllIII A HOME for Florida. Lg. open
WAITS. MRS R. M. lot
filed la the above entitled proceeding _.. 1IIIlIUIIIIIIII1IIftIIIIII1IIJJIIII1III11111111111m with lovely fenced In backyard
J. W. CART living area with walnut paneling
r husband J. D. JOHNSON. should] not be granted and the there was affected by ---- -- built-in planters. 24 ft. A perfect house for a

ER and wife E. .L.ADORA or L. E.E.CARTER.SMITH. bonds therein described and the pro- the hurricane,'" said Castro 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care) 13-Help Male or Female sliding glass doors opening onto growing family Convenient toElementary
I!, A. J.DELDACH. eedinfs authorizing the issuance< : enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, and Junior High
WILLIAM J. SMITH. A. D ROBERT. JOHNSON A. thereof. validated and confirmed. Said "from persons who lost all their 2 baths central airconditionIng Schools.
and wife LULA JOHNSON. bonds consist of five separate issuesOf heating eat-in kitchen
C. WILL care for child In my home LABORATORY technician Some and
\I CHILD ROBERT H. HALL. M.HALLMARY ( General Obligation Improvement property to those whose shoes I A.M. to 4 P.M. weekdays. training and experience in analytical with built-in stove dishwasherand SUMMER IS AROUND THE
HALL R. C. DENTON. R. C. Bonds in the principal amounts of ,..- out. Phone FR 2-3159. chemistry & bacteriology disposal. Close to schools. CORNER and we have tOe per
lONE DENTON and husband J. 300.000 Series A. $2.000.000 Series B. gave preferred. Call 376-6401 for appt. $22,000 922 NW 36th Terrace. fect Florida house to make
.- DENTON. ROBERTA C. DENTON 2.000.000 Series C. $450,000 Series D "All the debts of the affected WOULD like to care for children Week days after 5. FR 6-4945 summer and winter a delight.
I i and. husband J. T. DENTON. LUCILE and $250.000 Series E. respectively in my home after ':30 p.m. For WANTED cook full or part time. Three bedrooms 2 baths living
I-. DENTON. E. B. DENTON and wiff are dated May I. 1964 and mature people were canceled and new working mothers or for pleaure. Apply Texan Barbeque. 481.2655. COMFORTABLE.home 3-bedroom wth central concrete room with fireplace to

; ARTIE DENTON. JAMES FERGUSON.E. serially in numerical order lowest credits were issued so they can Call FR 2-6559. Hawthorne heat deluxe block GE built In kitchen wall carpet. Famiy.-room.
ANNIE E. ANDERSON. ANNA numbers firs*. on May 1. commencingwith storage room. beautifullot screened porch and
HEATH. E. P. HEATH. as Trustee for the year 1956 and continuing continue production. We will 14-Sales Help Wanted In excellent neighborhood air COnioning. plus lovely' fenced -

FANNIE R. HEATH. FANNIE R. through the year 1964. bearing inter- continue to send to Employment Only $450 down and low monthly with swrnming
MORRIS. W. J. NORRIS. J. D. BAUK- est at not exceeding the legal rate. poultry replace NATIONAL company offers exclusive payments of $89.10 covers pool and shuffleboard court.

NIGHT. and the respective spouses of payable semi-annually. a more partiular birds lost by the farmers, regional profit sharing everything. Located at 2418 NE
each of the above named Defendants. description of said $6.000.000 plan to responsible man with experience 10th Terrace. Call 3727070 for WESTWOOD AREA Centrally
I whose names. if not given. are unknownto General Obliga'ion Improvement Bonds and we are campaigning against 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED in selling Long Life appointment to see. heated and air conditioned al.

Plaintiffs. If living and if dead the being contained< In the Petition filedin brucelosis, a isease that is affecting READING Lamps to industry. Our plan IDYLWILD. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. most new 3 bedroom, 2 b.therone
heirs devisees home lot
respective unknown spouses the proceedings will double your present earnings :
( grantees creditors successorsin DONE AND ORDERED at Gaines- the hogs." BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Interview arranged confi double. $13500 carport.3821 Fenced S.W. backyard 20th of ;: :pos

trust or assigns or other parties ille. Alachaa county, Florida, this up to $5 per hour demonstrating dential. Write DURATRONICSCO St. FR 23001. sesion.
claiming by. through under or aaainst the 13'h day of February. 1964. famous Studio Girl .. Box 36157. Houston. Tex
r, each of the above named Defendant. s/ James C. Adkins. Jr. Open Season Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom
J. O BOWERS. GEO D POLLOCK. RP Judge of the Circuit Court of Phone 376-4334 after 6. 1 -Work Wanted Female bath. Central heat central air Y/t masonry home o nice,
survivlna directors of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of condo Northwest. $19.000. Call Quiet. deadend street. Two air
CORPORATION. a d..'- Florida. in and for Alachua Yugoslavia (AP) WANTED legal secretary must 376-2927 conditioning units. Very modern
I THE have shorthand experience not WANTED lob as a practical nurse kitchen.
corporation who hold County Citizens of all countries will be
solved Florida necessary salary commensuratewith and companion. Have own car.: 3 BEDROOM home. air conditioned
I >.. i.>.._...,.-*_ for. the Stockholders of (3082> 2:17.24; 3:2 Call 376-1569.
-- able to obtain visas at ability. Write Box 360-A, wall to wall carpeting
Yugosla.via's LITTLEWOOD
corporation and .. AREA Modern
Florida ... .. ... .. .
said dissolved -- -p Draperies.
IN IMt -IKI.UII L.UiJK7 \jr inc I c-o: Gainesville Sun. throughout the home. 3 2 bath masonry
persons or pAr. ENVELOPE addressing and bro.
all unknown borders the tourist professional
any and SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN during Situated on large wooded lot. fop
Interest :
I riahf. title. or SALESLADY Decorator typing to your specifi hoe condlton. Pried
lies claiming any AND FOR LEON COUNTY. FLORIDANO. IN' Sale price $16850 $1,000 down .
$15 000
i In and to the following lands InA' 19414 from Oct. 1 to April Newest most modern furniture cation. Reasonable rates fast call 376-1168 Weekdays after Sp.m. ha
Florida. viz: store in Northcentral Fla. has service. Write Box 362 A, Gaines- ready moved out you can move
chua 15 the
1201 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE government said. Anytime on weekends.BY In tomorrow.
tor sales decorator
Parcel I Commence twenty AND RULE NISI opening experienced vllle Sun.
Northeast corner with emphasis on sales. 2 bath
of the OWNER 3 bedroom.
WESTSIDE residential
of Section 23. Township 11 South. Opportunity limited only by 18 Schools & Instructions home In Fine S.W. residential sub
FLORIDA a body corporate division soon opening. Acre .
South to a your imagination willingnessto Near Schools and shopping.FHA .
and run
Range 21. East chains North of the Southeast tions 3 and 19 of Article XII of the I I. J. B. Carmichael Clerk of the Circuit work and earn and desire to area. financing available. Call paved streets outside city limits
I point 51 89 section. th."r Constitution of the State of Florida. Court in and for Alachua County. : get ahead. Degree not as Important drive 126 SW. May we tell you more about this
corner of said Florida will 1 1st Lesson Free FR 22727 or by
West 529.32 Petitioner.vs. offer for sale to the highest as experience and above restricted area.RANCHETTE .
I run North $1 degrees and best bidder the following described 40th
qualifications. Call Mr.
North to the Oakley Harvey's Real Estate
I feet thence run QuarterOf THE STATE OF FLORIDA. et. al.. real property to-wit: 376-4438 for appt. St.NEW homesite. too. Approximately
South. line of the Northeast Respondents Lot 9. Block "K" of the first addition acres Located
the Northeast Quarter (NE 'i of to Carol Estates Blocks J, WOMAN for house cleaning. 5 BUSINESS COLLEGE
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA. from $12,700 to $18000 on Newberry Road. Just
and 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4-3507
the NE%) of said Section the THROUGH ITS STATE ATTORNEYSOF K, L, M, Nand O. as per plat recorded THE afternoons a week. Must have 372-3727. NO MONEY DOWN VA $500.00 down 5 years on balance.
thence run East 529.32 feet THE FIRST. SECOND. THIRD. In Plat Book 'E'', page 82 car. Phone FR 29896. pay only $100 closing
Point of Beginning FIFTH. SIXTH. SEVENTH. EIGHTH of the public records of Alachue MEN.WOMEN AGE 1855 Best terms FHA
MAKE Spare time profitable
Parcel II The South Half of the South- NINTH. ELEVENTH. TWELFTH THIRTEENTH County Florida Wanted ImmediatelyTo Free lifetime Swim Club Mem- M.M.PARRISH
west Quarter (S V, of the SW 'i) FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH together with these easily removable selling Tupperware. Car neces Train For bership .
Phone FR 6-7626 Mrs.
and West Half of the Southwest Ouar- JUDICIAL CIRCUITS. AND I real estate items: sary. CIVIL SERVICE
ter of the Southeast Quarter (W of THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS. One (1) space heater Tomkinson. Offering HUGH EDWARDS,

the SW ',i Of the SE ) of Section TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS THEREOFAND at the north door of the Courthouse HARD work. long hours, tough Good pay more security vacation INC.
24. Township 11 South Range 21 OF ALACHUA. BAY. BREVARD. 1.1 Gainesville. Florida. at 11:00 am., boss low pay. Call 376-3772 or and sick leave pay.

East I ROWARD, COLUMBIA DADE. ESCAM- on Friday the 13th day of March. -196B.WANTED. For free Information and N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street
lit The North 100 chains of 1964. said sale to be made pursuant local interview write
Township 11 South Range I BIA HILLSBOROUOH O' a Final Decree of Foreclosure entered S clerk for insurance office American Service 372-1551 MC.IABER MULTIPLE LISTING
Section 25. I LAKE. LEE. LEON. MADISON. MANA-PALM in the Circuit Court of Alachua SUN age 18 to 39, general office Box 348-M Gainesville Sun. H. Wayne HiH Helen S. Graham

Paree"IV All of that portion of the TEE. MARION PINELLAS.ORANGE PUTNAM., ST.' County, Florida in case No. 11835-C, duties .including shorthand and Carolyn T. Gardenhlre
(NE '.1 of Section BEACH. COUNTIES. the style of the case being: The Dry typing.. Good fringe benefits FR- FREE COURSE IN LIFE $250 DOWN Mary B. Parrish
Northeast Quarter LUCIE AND VOLUSIA Dock Savings Bank. Plaintiff vs. 4-1261. 2 B R frame house located en' 19 NE First St. Tel. 375537S
,,. Township 11 South. Ranne 21 East FLORIDA. INCLUDING NON.RESI.DENTS Gary M. Nolan and Marilyn L. Nolan INSURANCE NW 12th Terr S5S per month. I
lying East of State Road No. 35. OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT his wife. Defendants. Enrollments are now being accepted -
lit the South AND 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDLADY for 6 weeks course for DAN
Parcel TO WITNESS my hand and the seal of : NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES
of the North half (N 'hI HAVING OR CLAIMING ANY adults. Designed to give lay people -
west corner OTHERS our Circuit Court on this the 21
day of SSOO down $65 month located on
of life
11 South. Range IN better appreciation
24. Township TITLE OR
Of Section RIGHT. February. A. D. 1964
SE 45th
I 21 East. and run thence East 11 PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED BY J. B. CARMICHAEL. Clerk with accounts receivable Insurance. its uses advantages.
North 22 and BY THE STATE and careers available in the
chains thence run THE ISSUANCE CIRCUIT COURT ALACHUA experience typing essential
age FR
Call FR 22372
chains thence run West 11 chain BOARD OF EDUCATION OF FLORIDAOF COUNTYBY 20 to >5. Apply to Mrs. Kates' field. Classes will begin on Tuesday or 2-5'3
thence run South 22 and *i chains to NOT EXCEEDING J75000000 HIGH EMILY WATERHOUSE office at Ruddy's.WAITRESSES Mar. 10 at 7.30 until 9 FOR SALE BY OWNER new 3 ASSOCIATES
Point of Beolnnina ER EDUCATION BONDS. SERIES A Deputy Clerk WANT P.M. In the Peninsular Insurance BR. full tie bath built-In kitchen
Parcel VI The North hull (0' the HEREINAFTERMORE PARTICULAR (Court Seal) WANTED both Office 5 SW 2nd Place. There carport & storage. Call FR Inc.
South half (N ',.4 4 of S '*) nf Section LY DESCRIBED. OR WHO MAY BEN Scruggs & CarmichaelP. shifts. Apply In person to Kitchen Is no cost obligation or fees. 2"9. IT'S
Township 11 Sl>uth Ranne 21 ANY WAY AFFECTED THEREBY: O. Box 136 Manager University Inn. Phone 3724707.U. VACANT Phone FR 33511
54. the Fla. to see this 3 bedroom 2 bath homeon
In th- Florida through 4-BR. Rm fireplace. partial
of Gainesville.
> State Florida
East. less three of C3 the Nor he,,,t ,4 State The Attorneys of the First. Second. Attorneys for Plaintiff WANTED waitress for evening shift. S. Civil Service Tests! A-C walk to schools, $19.500 FHA large corner lot In beautiful
Northwest corner '4 rl SIll" Section Third. Fifth. Sixth. Seventh Eighth (No 3130) 5 to I. Experienced preferred. Men-women. 1852 Start high as $900 down 3544 NW 7th .. residential area close to school

.Of. the--.-Southwest.....1. R-e. 2' Ninth. Eleventh, Twelfth. Thirteenth 3-2-64 210 E. Univ Ave.. Tower House. $10200 a week. Preparatory owner F R 69048WESTWOOD and shopping. This hoe has
7.. IOWflSflIP II --" tate K>ad Fourteenth ana PI.r-In....'"K ...tiiHirlAl""....a. r-ir. training until appointed. Thousands U large Florida room, large
Eatt Less any existing cults of said State and the several IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S LOURY. WAITRESS WANTED. Experienc. of lobs open. Experience LITTLEWOOD kitchen with built-In range and
rlohts of way. t*.. owners taxpayers and citizens LV AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY ed only. Apply or see Mr. Gold- usually necessary. FREE Information Walking distance to schools 3 oven. 2 car carport and many
YOU ARE HltF.BY REIFIED In the property thereof and of Alachua. Bay Bre- FLORIDA stein. At University Inn. on lobs salaries require BR 2 baths home In Skyline other desirable features. Pricedat
suit has been filed eoalnst you ... Dade Es LN RE. ESTATE OF TODAY giving Heights. Study hardwood floors with good financing
Alch. Cnty F....' vard Broward. Columbia. ADS ments. Write range & oven. Cent $22,0
Court .
Circuit Lake LILLA MISSOURI and LIncoln
Jtlal"'iffc."RMAN cambia, Hlllsborough. Jackson. name address phone. heat. Shaded back yard.
i tn ChAncerY. In which th. Mar. BARFIELD c/e C.I
A Lee. Leon Madison. Manatee PEARSON 12 Mole Help Wonted Service Box 331-M .
J. D' DD end SHIRLFY<. I1'DJ1 Ion. Orange. Palm Beach Plnellas, NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER G'vllle Sun. 372-5914 IT'S FULL of charm and ready for
DODD. his w'te and B. St. Lucle and Volusla Coun DECLARING ADMINISTRATION the fun loving family to e
seek ta oult title to all of the above ties. Florida including non residents UNNECESSARYTO SALES HELP WANTED man will 22 Special Service 3 BEDROOM 2 bath CCB. central |oy and appreciate. This m"
de'Crih'-d) lands. owning property or subiect to ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY ing to work some evening sales. heat shaded let built inkitchen home has many
March 54. 1'<4. Is the return day oft therein and others having or CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE Salary I commission company appliances, 2-utility usually found in vicinit. The
taxation 0
this Notice and you are requlr claiming any right. title or Interest i In ESTATE OF LILLA MISSOURI BAR- benefits. Apply Manager Singer "LIKE NEW" That's what cleaned you'llsay at rooms paved street and sewer. enclos pool grill
t M file (nersnnallv or bv attornev) with to be affected by the issu- FIELD PEARSONYou CLASSIFIEDDial Company 216 W. Univ. Ave. about clothes 2 Quiet neighbor. Curved excptional. Priced at
property CLEANERS. 1.9.
street. N. W. sec
C'"rt in Ms otf!' and each of AIR-WAY
the Clerk of IIIIf the State Board of Education you are hereby notified and 10 with excellent
County Courthouse ICMnesvlUe ance by that order FRONT end mechanic to operate hr. service; free pickup tion. Sal down pyment. Im fln.nln.
In the Alachm of Florida. a body corporate under Sec. an declaring administration AIR-WAY costs less; W. take a look tolY.
Flwlda. vour answer or of the estate of John Beam visualiner. Transmission delivery opan.
I Ions 3 and 19 of Article XII of the I Lilla Missouri 202 S.E 14th St. FR 5-5165. 20th For appolntment -
ether defense. If anv. to the C..ol.lntIn Constitution of the State of Florida of Barfjeld Pearson. deceased. as unnecessary specialist. Guarantee salary to Via. further IT'S-WAITING for the that
lAid "uit. on or before the J4tn .1/oY Higher Education Bonds. Series A in has been entered by the Honorable and bonus plus other benefits CEMENT finishing block work. details call see. an Qulncey. needs a neat and f.mlY bed
of March. 1964. end at the s.m ti..e the aggregate principal amount of not H. H. McDonald. Judge of the Established franchised dealer. Re-modeling repairs.I Phone Clayton Arrow, Duncan & room home In beautiful Idytwiltfi
serve a coo thereof on i.owrv & A n- exceeding $75000000. hereinafter more County Jqdge's Court. Alachua County. Call Starke Fla, 964-3391 from 372-5646 anytime Johnston. 372-9591 located between University and
""01. Post Office Box -9" fi-lnesvlll particularly described. or to be affected Florida. The total cash value of said 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. new Country Club. This home

Florida. attorneYS for PlaIntiffs. In any way thereby are hereby required estate was determined to be $2.800.00. SERVICE Manager for established 27 Feed tr Fertiliser BY OWNER. Hibiscus Park Fin- has large lot with 'el In
HEREIN FAIL NOT. or decree pro to appear before the Circuit I and was assigned by such order to Roy franchise dealer. Guarantee'sal ley School Area 3 finIsh back yard outside and
confe'so will be entered against vou Court of Leon County. Florida In the Cecil Pearson. 1602 La Vesta Road. Atlanta DAIRY FERTILIZER $.8.00 per uPtalrs Fireplace. Phone workshop. Priced at .o
376-4672 ary and bonus plus other bene 1
relief demanded In the Com of said State Georgia. Phone 376-
for the Second Judicial Circuit fits. Call Starke Fla. 'U3391 yard. $1.25 per bag. _
in Tallahassee, Flrlda -William R. Burwell DAN BYRD INC.
plotnt. at the Court House 5555
from < A.M. to 5 P.M. ASSIATES
SUN. newspaper BARTON i BURWELL BEST OFFER no down payment,
The GAINESVILLE a on the 3rd day of April. 1964. at Jack
of General circulation in Alachu 10 o'clock a.m. and show cause why 212 S E. 1st Street WAR EHOUSEMANAGER-experlen. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES $80 monthly. $11,800. Nice' BroerASSCIATES .., .
County. Florida. Is hereby riMiont the prayers of the Petition filed In Gainesville Florida ced route salesman to manage Bedroom 1 bath. Screened Walter Stoard. HollY
a* the newioawr In which this nofi" the above proceedings should not be Attorneys for the Estate soft drink warehouse in Gaines- AKC registered. porch. TV antenna. Air conditioner Stone .
shall be published once It we..k f". I granted and the bonds therein described (3064) 2:17. 24: 3:2.9 Announcements ville. Prefer someone familiar BOXER puppies.old. Fawn and white NE Close to School and FR JJ511 Christne. NW. 13th Street

four publications prior to the said 24th and the proceedings of Petitioner I II with this territory. Must have 2 males months Brindle and white fe- Shopping Center. FR i-1552. Member Multiple Listing,_

day of Mvch. A.D. 1944 I heretofore taken authorizing the issuance -II I references from NE Florida malM Call 3722525 or 6-5345
WITNFSS "'v h-n Gainesville. Al-chua Count". dated May'. 1964. I 3 LOST FOUND owner. Modern 3 BR, 1V bath
C wrt at Said bonds are to work hard. Apply 1319 S. LOTS FOR SALE and 4 bedroom, 2 bath CCB
Florida, this 20th day of February. A.D bear interest at net exceeding four and I Main St. 33 home near Wet calf e Elem. & home. City water lights ao1

1961. J. B. CARMICHAEL as ClerkOf one-half are in the per aggregate centum (4"j principal) per annum.amount : a.'VI.IN THEATRE2400Ho.Ma'.l..d'Rt. LOST: Cat. brown large longhaired HOW far can you go in your i LOTS for sale. Access to Lane stove Bishop .Jr.air High.conditioner.Refrigerator.Friendly sewers.FR Shown by appointment.Phone .
in with blue eyes. NW sec If the Santa Fe. Inquire across from Only 2.32.
said Circuit Court *f 575.000,000. and mature present position you are neihb. $120
By Emllv Wattrhouse installments in the years 1945 to 1994 .20'ftSfflt tion. Reward. Phone 376-0963. age 24 to 40, married with high Post Office. Earleton. Fla. $700 S 1432 Jm 't

all more fully describedIn \ school education dissatisfied with Terr. Phone 2-3 or Fi 2' :
t Deouty Clerk Inclusive as Now S 2 Suspense Hits! LOST: Close to Cotton's Minit- CORNER lot on 9th Terrace and 7020.' FRED
(Court Seal) the Petition filed herein and the exhibits Mart N_ E. 8th Ave. German present fob contact: Mr. Burford 32nd Ave. 62 X 125' Septic tank -
Lowry & Andrews attached thereto. First Run at 2107 NW. 13th St. Phone FR lights. Phone FR 22471.
5 weeks old. Black
Post Office Box 390 DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahas BETTE DAVIS Shepherd. 6-5111. Starting salary $91 per HAZEL HEIGHTSSee
Florida see. Florida. this 27th day of April. with white and brown in face week. BEAUTIFUL corner lots in north ARNOLDREALTOR
for Pleintiffs 194. "DEAD RINGER"2nd and feet. FR 6-6314. ,eet on, close to G.H.S. and bus our 4-bedroom: and 2b
AttorneYs -s- W. MAY WALKER AREA resident married 22.... phone at 1134 NW. 22nd r. 2.bam CCB homes Wlt
Clara Floyd Gehan CIRCUIT JUDGE Hit at 8 p.m. LOST white female German Shep- i car willing t capable to work stop. Inquire electric stove and .
Associate Counsel hard. in the vicinity of NW 21st Ave. ___
1964 Crawford Bette Davis 4 days a week to earn above Central heat city ultl
March 2. 9, It Joan *
(310$) J:24; 3:2. 9. 14 Dr. bew; 'en 7 & $ A.M. Wed- Wired for -
(No. 3128) WHATEVER HAPPENEDTO nesday. Reward. Please call personal average. Full Interview training 3727117.given. For 34 Waterfront Property phone. Large telisi completelygrassed.

BABY JANE? 374-4627 or after 6 P.M. 376-7S. Hazel Heights is in Immediate
MARRIED man age 25 to 55 SWAN LAKE lots & houses on big the liis with :
HOME OF GORMETS S.W. section. 4 month old cit EqUip
THE LOST: for combination insurance debit. lake also some tots on canal. ser stop .
I STARTS FRIDAY German Shepherd. Black and tan. Experienced man only. Call 372- Call OR 55111.WINFRED -down payment, conventional Occupancy .
Try OurNoon Lunchesdarmattella's CHILDREN Of THE DAMNED Reward. Phone FR 23522 or 7167 for interview. loans. Located on North. Woodbuming fireplace, perate
e-8366. H. CRAWFORD wes3 Ave West o 13th family room, cheerful_ kIt

\; SMALL Black male cat. White Reg. Broker, specalizlng *, b .plntmt with J.9 sar.
marks on neck and lower belly. 13-Help Malt or FemaleExp. LAKE 3 mileS Noof Melrose 212. resldeMce. bro "
Name: Sambo N.W. 14tn St. AGE. 3 LG. BR. 2 bath LRfireplace. and w" downto
1:003:25 OR 52911.HOUSE pled attractive terms

I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE TAT Reward. 3727489.FOUND secretaries salary open and three tots at Horseshoe floors. O. a".che. feced comer HW lot. qualified FHA ber.

6:008:35 -gray kitty in Tagart Hall Cashier-hostess attractive Beach In Dixie County. NW nar Step Foster. $14.500. *.
on U of F campus. Phone 6-2118 White housekeeper $25 wit. $1$50 cash. Write P. O. Box $4JO d.p. Exquisite ;

4sm after 5 p.m. Bookkeeper, salary open 11032 Coyton Station Orlando The setting and the detail mark
Exp. waitress salary It comm. .
Fla. '
the LpericofltefnPOrsry
this property as
Exp. mechanics YOUNGAMERICA
4 Personalized Services
residence being offered
a Store trainee hi schl. grad.Off. IDEAL FOR CAMPSITES
Don't Miss This!
trainee. hi schL grad. 430 acres with lake frontage. in t Gainesville
LEARN TO DRIVE Special attention Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. Hunting fishing. near town. today. are 3 bs. :
to nervous or eklerty. Auto salesman Exp. Ocala Forest. Sacrifice at $%5O.oa baths, enle pn
Easy Way Driving School. FR Short order grill man per acre; easy terms or ten ramic sparkling
GREGORY/TONY 2-7002. Lie. by State of Fla. Insurance trainee $100 wk. percent discount for all cash. HOMESPRESENTS li pool. Of course 4 every
p.* Route salesman. Levy Co. Write Box 361-M e.. Ce nes.vllle to centrally heated f air

/GURUS 120 SE 1st Ave. appointment only. .
PECK SERVICES. 4004 S.W. 20th b
Street. Phone 376-3733. Phone 3161234PLACEMENT LOTS FOR SALE NEW BRICK .

S WILL care for elderly gentlemen SERVICE 30 minutes from Gainesville.. Walk To School ;
CAPTAIN NEWMAN I in quiet private home. 12 yrs. Office. Professional Palatka Road. Clear sand bottom MODEL Dark Economy and comfort.'Orty 400
hospital experience. Phone 3766571 Technical lake. Good beach front OPEN a. 'r moves yowr fam-

ANoltUlLKlNbON plus I College appt. GraduatesFor call 372-4377 moss covered trees. FEATURES : d py block bedroom' |.Paved bath
BOBBY DARIN ListonClayFight 10-12:00 AJM. 2-4:00 PJM. home
6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY WALTER STUBBS INC. Fireplaces nice yard fdldr
Monday through Friday Screened porches sre. full price
Films PERSONNEL CENTER 37M394 kitchen a ps. 113
I II I ..._DIADAX. ",.t. TABLETS., as_formerly. ..__ 107 NW 2nd Avenue Oversized' tbt ,
.1 formula -only We Canova's DrugStore Plus m other custom New Listing :

AS:at MOuC-3 r*.*UTh5lI.... ntL i fm* 37 N. Main Sr. Acre Site In Rolling'Wooded
I .... tuu lsw t.?._*nuc unt. .*.111I'I' KKMtutulTfe 1V Handsome Aristocrat
i : :_ -S JW FJi-ftJC-C i3iSWSOI .Me ues Bartenders VA & FHATERMS Nowt. fireplaces
SHOWS AT .. ... Child Car offers cork r.
..4aiis *UU IBM II t.0 8 Baby Sitters kitchen with I r

freezer, range,, even
I: TINY TOT frr.t There .*re 3
Waitresses diswa.

M.I, t N rlK etJt\' 7:15 & 9:15 PLAY SCHOOL'Visit Cocktail Wali High distance Schools f. Snooping elementary. a reasonably at tUAOO.ARNOLD f Pri

THE SUN MOVESrIWI us and see for yourself. Churches.
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7806. Colored WaitersNewest YOUNG


Child care center. Pick up ,at Cocktail UuM "eed AMERICA Realty Company *
with Janet Leigh"Donovan's I:: Littlewood and JJ Flnl,,. Day- Finest Steak Room Multiple Listing Member
.. wk. or mo. Phone FR 2-6667. personnel vof 21. E.cellen opportiiiiiry. Mojiy fceneiiH lilt W. Univ. Ave. 3-32

.. ..11. PLANNED program awaits your Apply in person only .. matre d' "Morton at Steak .HOMESNW Associates: Pe Si

c Reef"with P"esctIooI'CIUIIOster at JACK ROOM, University Inn from 2 to 5 P.M., Feb. 27th.. .In C.lce W.y'MIS

6JILt.. NURSERY SCHOOL. throufh March 2nd. 34th &' 7th Avenue Ji Sn KetkmeI .-
Music programs. educationalfilmstrips 372-7070 Me .
John Wayne MiRCHAHDISE 7:45-5:45. Mon.-FrLl
1331 S.W..I31" St. FR 6-3900.

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I 12 Gainesville Sun Monday, March :2, 1964 ,


: Look around your home and find some cash I I I

Cash Buyers Will Hurry Right To Your Doors For Just About Anything Around Your Home That's No Longer Needed Look Here's Proof: :

Yes Your Neighbors Are TYPEWRITER Smith Corona. SUIT complete RANGE electric. full size Ken. ANTIQUES Square Grand piano OFFICE desks. chairs EQUIPMENT.filing cabinets.used f.

PIANO: Grind excellent condition Pacemaker only 1 year 0 I d.BEDROOM with dresser spring, mattress. more, good: condition, oven fine china rare art pieces and typewriters and adding machines
recently tuned. priced at $45. Call owner at FR 4-22XX works fine. $85. Owner FR 2furnfture.. FR 3-23XX. priced to sell. FR 3- a
only $175. Call FR 5-11XX after anytime. chest of drawers and night _ _ _ _ _
Raising Extra Cash 5:30 weekdays. _ _ _ _ stand.PL st6 see at 1605 SE 21th I 11XX.___ __ __ ___ __ ___ __ I _44XX.____ ____ ___ ____ ,
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__ __ ___ __ 15 Prospects first day! Sold Unneeded equipment I
Want Ads are terrific! Did not know so many
Not You??? Sold for cash Sold complete set! Tremendous I
Now! Why Sold Piano first Day! Quick response. people wanted a range! response! Delighted with results! J


35, Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 45 Furnished Apt, 47 Houses for Rent Fiim. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.

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EXTRA large. extra nice 1 and 2 1 BEDROOM furnished house. 3242 UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom frame
HOUSES::_ FOR SALE: 3-BR 2- 3 BR. CCB home. Small down 3 BEDROOM 1 bath. central heat. FOR SALE BY OWNER NW EAST SIDE HOME BR. executive type apts. 1 BR. N.W. nth St. Corner of 33rd Ave. house. 104 N.W. 25th Avenue. SSS
Bath central heat with fire payment. assume monthly pay. Built in air conditioner. Pool Section. 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB. Fla. rm., living It dining rm.. House open. Call 374-4230. per month. Available now. Phone29t:3O
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price ments Of S4 .75. Call 372-5400 or membership. $78 month. Call central heat. built-in appliances. GARDENAPARTMENTS kitchen bath air conditioned. to 5:30 or 372- S.7
Si5,,oo.- 372-0454. FR 24443. Large utility room dbl. carport. I wall to wall closets. couple only. after t
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3-BR New- paved street. on sewer. Small BUYERS No pets. $125 per mo. Year 4. Houses for Rent Unfurn.
1-battv SE 44th Terr. ".3OO. down payment. FR 4-4774 after 4
L. J.
Payments MS per mo. nans lake 2 bedroom quiet JUST $'7 A MONTH Incl. T & I.. $57 per month up lease required. Moratto. HOUSE for rent unfurnished. 3 BR
2-BR 1-bath. SE 44th Terr. S4.SOO. neighborhood. $7,500 with terms. Gets this 3 BR. IVi bath homeon p.m. Gainesville's Finest 250S NW atht St. Ph. 372-4957. FORDYCE RENTALS: 1 bath. 2414 E. Univ. Call 376-
big N.W. lot. on dead-end
JTOf after 5:30 P.M.
$45 per-- MUST SELL $450 down $13,500. GUIDEby Now
1 ROOM furnished apartment. $10 available for rent: A
And also some trade-In Houses. RANCHETTES. 5 acre homesites In street. $16,000 gets big kitchen 3 BR. Ig. panelled living rm. Furnished or unfurnished week. 3 blocks from square. Vi three bedroom two bath home.
Call fR '" "' NW location on paved hiway. with pantry. hardwood floors. kitchen nice Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart
& Ig. kitchen
dining area.
block off W. Univ. 12 N.W. 3rd equipped S12J.
wall wall per 2 B R. kitchen equipped house.
BR. to
attractive terms.DOWNTOWN separate petlng gas logs est. shrubs car and lot. 1425 NE 7th Terr. FR 2-3114. ment.9608. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- The James Co. I Street. FR 4-7074. month; two bedroom home par S4S per month. 207 SE 9th St.

SAND *4 Bedroom homes. On hilly furnished SM. per month; Phone 372-040.
lawn. Fenced and other
BUSINESS LOT. Ideal yard.
Acre tots. Go out NW 16th Avenue location features. 719 N.W. 19th Lane. BY OWNER. 3 bedroom CCB. NEW apt. available Mar. 1st 3 BR The James Co. of Gainesville .THREE rooms and bath down- three bedroom home IliS.
for office building. 132 Assume
.. 43rd St. Intersecton.turn Low down payment. & 2 baths also a 1 BR apt. Inc. Builders of Klngsberry town area. $55 per month Water per month and a three bedroomtwo FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in
right go approximately 1 feet by 120. Price $37,500. ] mortgage of, S ,000 at S4' per 315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR Homes for this area will be furnished. Call FR 2-4421 or FR bath home for SUO. per kitchen. comer lot. 2 blks. from
WESTMORELAND 3 BR. 2 bath. month. 1840 N.W. 55th St. 372- month. For more information
mile, see sign on left. 6-2892. happy to answer any questionsyou 21633. Metcaife School & |Ir. high. 1943
T. BUILDER J. PIERCE SMITH large kitchen built-in range & regarding our rental listings
might concerninghome month.
NE 15th Terr. S1U per
separate dining furnished apartment. call or come by FOROYCE d
FR e-3848. oven room 1 BEDROOM You be
Realtor large living room, oak parquet 7044.MERRILL $55 per month. Prefer couple.No ownership. might AVAILABLE Mar. 1st. nice turn ASSOCIATES INC., .26 West Call 3725731.REDECORATED..
113 N. W. 25th Street. Near Cam- floors. double carport. large pets. 810 E. Univ. Ave. one of those people that now apt. 2 rooms & bath. Near Univ. University Avenue. 376-1236..
home but found that It Stove
pus. 3 BR.. den oak floors I 535 N.E. 1st St. 374-2448 corner lot. $1500 for equity & owns I & Medical Center. 912 SW 7th 2 Bedroom.
garage/ Central heat, fenced. Associates assume VA loan. No closing costs. ATTRACTIVE and roomy 1 BR. Is now Inadequate If this Is the II Ave. Apt. 4. Phone FR 4-2444. UNFURNISHED HOUSE for rent. and refrigerator. 303 S.E. Ith St.
on paved street. $13.900. Phone Mabel Gore Arle SmithIF I l i Monthly payments of $125.22 Excellent new listing for those Steam heat and all utilities ex case a calf to The James Co. Located 107 SE 4th Ave. For information Phone 376-6617 Weekends afterS
cept electricity furnished. Nice could very well solve your call J. T. Howze FR weekdays.
owner*at 377-7149. cludes taxes & Insurance. In-I interested in Income property. BUSINESSMAN or student out. p.m.
at 807 NW 40th Dr. or call Three bedroom. one bath house location $67.50 per mo.24 problems. By this we mean limits. Small 21090.
BEDROOM block house for sale. you plan to build and would NE 4th' St. FR 23974. trading in your preselhorne.. city FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Brick house
with attached two bedroom
like a custom built home by experienced 6-1760. one bath and living room. Ph. month.'
2 Baths. Would like $500 equity LARGE corner furnished room. with 217 N E. 2nd Ave. S100 a
and take up payments. Call FR builders that have i bath apartment. Both furnished.Call CLOSE IN. large. 1 room effi- There are a number of questions FR 36310.DOWNSTAIRS private bath and entrance. Can Phone 2- 065 for appointment.FOR .
BY OWNER. town this us for Information on this
the time to discuss plans with leaving
4430.CAROLESTATES... ciency apartment. Utilities fur that we can answer concerning be seen at 116 N.W. 2nd St.
week. sell to best offer.I fine 3 room furnishedapt. unfurn. 3 BR frame
you. call 372-2527. ask for Gene Must property. nished. Married couple or gentle trading. We feel that RENT
Paramore. We have available 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. CCB house. DRINKING. 15 S.W. married couples. adults. home outside city limits. Call
3 BR.1 our 80 plans to choose from. $80.50 monthly payments. Total $300 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry man. NO by talking with floor us you can only. no pets. 416 NE 7th St. MODERN 3 BR Itt bath home 37J-J907.)
2nd Place.FURNISHED pick a suitable plan and
bath/brick home. double carport Complete financing can be explained price S11350. 3854 N.W. 16th home with oak floors. carport near Metcaife Elem. I BishopJr.
exterior design that will suit ONE bedroom furnished apart
B. utility rm. Located 2208 to you right in your own PI. Phone 376-0213. utility room and fenced 2 bedroom apartment. High. Refrigerator stove d 49 Rooms for Rent
your needs. from our many ment. Clean. $40 month. No
home. For call. air conditioner. Friendly neigh.borhood.
NE 15th Terr. To see call 3748472 appointment back yard-$18 closing cost. Tile bath. parquet floors. Avail-
that we keep on hand.A children. Phone FR 6-
plans pets or
THE JAMES CO. NEW 2 BR, CCB house large 376-1748. No pets Indoors. Will
March 1st. Call
for appt. call to the James Co. will in. Private entrance -
7577.COMPLETELY close
Of Gainesville Inc. screened-in porch. tile bath. ter. DUPLEX-2 bedrooms In each rent to married couple or small NICE room
I Builders of Kingsberry HomesPh. razzo floors utility house. 3 apartment-kitchen equipment included LG. clean well-furnished 4 rm. get all the facts about any : furnished efficiency family. S12S monthly. See at 1433 all channel antenna. Off
FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious 372-2527. nites 3727401. lots on paved read. Access to near University.I ONLY' i apt. No children or pets. Mar type financing. any questions apt. with 1 BR. located at NE Uth Terr. Phone FR 3-3038 street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd
3 BR' 2 bath Fla. Rm.. closeto Lake Santa Fe. Across from Post $14,800. OWNER WILL FINANCE I ried couple. Marie Whitemtn, you might have without any 513 NE 9th St. Inquire at 3761748. or FR 2-7020. Place. FR 2-2512.
NO qualifying. 4 bedroom obligations on your part.
school. Llttlewood Estates. By owner Office, Earleton Fla. 110 NW 7th Terr. .
$2 ,50Q(, Reasonable down pay. 2 bath. FHA financed. John Merrill
3009 20 PERCENT DISCOUNT FORYEAR'S We have lots available In
Small down payment. N.E.
ment. I0 NW 37th Terr. Phone a ROOMS 2nd floor. Gas. lights
RENT.: Super clean effi- most section of town for
12th St. FR 2-4590. any
372-573. and water furnished. Couple. No
Realtor Private bath & entrance, to choose from.
ciency. you
Univ. Avenue.
pets $55. 727 E.
Beautyrest mattress. expensive TOTAL
FORDYCEONCE MULTIPLE LISTING siding makes cool In summer. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene
Z INVEST Phone 372-1494 warm In winter. Best part of Paramore have over 30 years 46 Unfurnished ,Apt*.
ASSOCIATEDMARCELLA city. 321 NE 3rd St. combined experience in the
INa PARDIW. construction of homes. By careful 2 BR. duplex for rent. Includes
: TAX lifetime comes along a truly H. BUCKHANNANOVER 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment supervision by Jim and stove and refrigerator. Call FR Living in the
lovely home. Beautifully landscaped near Univ. $50 a month. 2 Bed- Gene. it will enable you as the &4435.LARGE
grounds; a real town 1,400 Ft. plus carport and' room furnished apartment. business homeowner to get more home
estate. 2 bedrooms panelled DeatonREALTORS porch. 3 BR. and study. 1- vicinity $60. FR 2-1823 or for your money and certainly modern 1 bedroom. living
iREFUND study long living room. huge' bath. attic fan built in drawers. 2. 794- makes The James Co. construe- room dinette. kitchen furnishedand

formal dining room and Florida vanity. and storage galore! 80- tion to be beyond compare.By bath. Oild welcome. See at COMPLETESuburban
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom
room. All this complete with two X140. Convenient to Metcalf 1807 N.W. 6th St. or call 3722791.
ThaH right! Your best in- car garage and many extras. Bishop Parochial Schools. 180 furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd building primarily the
LittlewoodHere St. $70 month. Phone FR *
Mo. V.A. 434 FR 4-2775. feel
percent. 5270. Kingsberry home we we 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

vestfnent for your tax refund NEW LISTING Is the house that wilt suit have a great advantage and Community
This beautifully landscaped and your needs. It has the location 2 BEDROOM apartment. For Immediate great opportunity for you as THREE BEDROOM furnished houseon
Is the down spacious 4 bedroom. 2 bath home right by the school. It has WOULD YOU LIKETo occupancy. $75. Includes the purchaser to pick design large lot. 710 N.W. 14th Ave.
payment located on a paved street In J. 3 B.R. 2 baths. Fla. rm.-Kitchen live lust outside City? Then gas and water. 303 N.W. 1st and floor plans that are createdby Near shopping center. House

Edwards J. Finley School area has a combination Central heat take a look at this Charming 3 St. Call FR 4-2012 or 6-7568. some of the country's lead- available Mar 1st. Rent $100 a
en new Hugh lovely living room with fireplaceand only $14,500 Can be FHA Ing architects.If .
BR, 2 Bath Home at 4147 NW month. Call 3762145.
NICE close In. Private
home. Let your refund be Florida room. financed have left-town One and yr. -must Owners sell. 36th Fenced St. Large back yard shaded with lot 100x264.fallout entrance bath & shower. UtilIties you desire complete Information 2 BR HOUSE. ((9. yard. dead Y* Quality Homes

You should and antenna furnished. 513 call The James Co. and end street excellent NW neIgh.bortiood.
A COUNTRY ESTATEIs Investigate before you shelter. Gorgeous built-in kit. Den
the down payment and yours In this attractive two buy. Call FR 23617. or 4th BR. Priced at only $19.. S.E. 2nd Place. FR 2-2582. we will be happy to come to furnished or unfurnished. "more home for money" at
home and spend any your
after 5:00 P.M. You'll be getting
your Call 372-180
story home with fireplace In the 750. See this one. NICELY furnished 1 bedroom du- time to
make monthly paymentslike living room and a delightful AnglewoodBeautiful plex. Utilities furnished. N. W. explain amount The of James necessary Co. systemof 2 BEDROOM furnished. single. Highland Court Manor. Our goal is to design at.

formal dining room. Located on a 3 B.R. 2 Bath home GIVE SELF A BREAKBy Section. Call FR 2-3019. home ownership.We $80 month. 3114 N.W. Uth Street. tractive homes featuring more living space for 'less
large five acre lot In Southwest
rent. Monthly > Phone FR 6-0787. Married couples
Gainesville. surrounded by spacious. park Inspecting this lovely 3 BR 2 BEDROOM. Brick construction.Near can secure FHA. VA and preferred. and we've been doing it for over 25
like grounds-equipped with underground 2 bath Ocala block home before campus. $86. to $90 a
include taxes and SPARKLINGand sprinkler system This you buy. Built-in kit. applianceswith month. Call McKinney Green Inc.. several different financing.Let types. of conventional iBEDROOM furnished suburban years.

new Is this delightful two house has many attractive extras dishwasher. Breakfast nook. FR 2-3617. home. Plenty of room. close to
insurance and are as low and must be seen to be Large screened porch. Cent. heat. school. Available April 1st. $120
bedroom home In a close N.E. mention I few of
location. Centrally heated and appreciated. Let us show It to See at 3525 NW 7th Place. Downto 1 FURN. BR. LR &. DR Comb. the Homes that are either under per month. Call FR 24957. L. J.
as $82 mo. planned for economical living. you. Call FR 2-3617. earth price $19.100. brick construction.Immed. 1 blk. from$76 construction or In the Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. / City Services
campus. occupancy.
This genteel home can be handled planning! Itage.4bedroom. .
Florida per mo. Contact Apt. 9, 1106 NW
with a small down paymentand ParkThis $300 DOWN Court
1st Place.WANTED available at Highland
services are
All city
2-full tile baths.
PINE FOREST monthly payments of only
a most attractive 4
$73.00 Including tax and Interest. B.R. 3 Bath home appointed with $66 Mo. girl to share apartment. living room. family room. NorwoodHope Manor. Streets are paved and curbed, storm drain-
Edwards Inc. lot 100x774' ThisIs
By Hugh excellent features Large well 711 N.E. 5th Terrace. $45 month. Situated on a There's police and fire
and in place.
Attractive 3 BR. 1 bath. Exe. a VA home. By buying now age sewers
landscaped lot. LR. with Phone 64738.
NE 16th Ave. and 15th St. FORDYCEASSOCIATES eled wood burning fireplace pan plusan condition. Good neighborhood.Paved you can be your own decorator. protection and refuse pick-up too.
entertainment St. Carport & utility. I 1 BEDROOM air conditioned
room. more Fenced yard A real buy at furnished apartment. New 3-bedroom 1V4 baths strip
3721551PAINT than 2,200 sg. ft. of extraordinaryliving $10,000. See at 316 N.E. 44th St. Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd hardwood floors. Situated on a "H" Inc.
space and all correctly Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. well shaded lot. that Is on a / RecreationHighland
created for gracious living. You'll UNIVERSITYREALTY 1 block from campus. Occu- dead end street. Small down We Trade Homes
be proud to be the owner of this
THE DOWN PAYMENT pancy by February 25. payment. low monthly pay I

Yes. work out your down pay. INC. home Shown the exclusive by appointmentonly northwest 1-BEDROOM furnished apartment ments. I or PropertyThe Court Manor's exclusive' Swim Club and
ment on a new :3 BR. 1 or 2 bath
home now under construction In with McKINNEY-GREEN Colonial Manor brand 3-bedroom V/i baths terrazzo ""' .1II1111J111111111111 Community Center is unmatched in ininesville. You
MLS Realtors Inc. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 new furniture and equipment. I
Fernwood Manor. Drive west on floors. Situated on a
Mrs. Grace Fordyce. Broker W. M. Munroe. Realtor $120 mo. Occupancy Feb. 22. receive free membership with purchase of a new
16th Ave. to 38th St. turn left corner lot. $400 down and less following are ready for
and drive to 14th Place. Hurry Mrs. Mary Moeller. BrokerMr. ASSOCIATESJ. ASSO. S. E. McLaughlin FR than $75 per month plus taxes occupancy. home. Featured with the giant pool are facilities for
E. W. Moeller AssociateMr. Fred Guy Virginia A. Power Frank McCann,
Hurry for a limited number of Roby. Roy 27727.McCOY'S and Insurance. This one Is
homes are available under this Harvey Benton Associate Col. J. W. Davis Jayne Butterworth T. C. Douglas Jr. ready to occupy. 1021 NW 40th Dr. baseball basketball playground facilities, and the
down payment plan. Call FR 2- 926 West University Ave. H. J. Wiltshire 3 BR. ''/* Bath $500 dn.

fS45 dally and FR 4-9048 nights. 376-1236 Multiple Listing 4-bedroom, 3-tiled baths. extra $107 Mo. Clubhouse.
N.E. llth Drive. 3003. 4 BR IVi Macoma Homes
recreation room. den.
CCB home with air condi-
bath 4628 SE 2nd PI.
built-in kitchen. completely air
tioner and central heat. Only Inc.For conditioned. Located in one of 3 BR 1 bath $600 dn. $74 / ConvenienceThe
$500 down and monthly paymentsof
SERVICESHome $89.14. Call FR 2-1049 after 5 Sale very attractive :3- Gainesville's finest neighbor- per mo.

and weekends.BY bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617E. hoods.
University Ave.: walking 4527 & 4617 SE lit PI. total suburban community is-only minutes away
THE OWNER In Idylewilde 2 distance to Lake Forest We are planning a two-story 3 BR 2 bath, $500 dn.
BR. CCB house. Me bath family Schools. Price 12500. $500 home with over 2200 Sq. Ft. per mo. from public and parochial schools, churches and

room. Call 372-8001 after down and $79.50 per month. of living area. The price on Yet the strictly residential sectionis
And Business 5:30 P.M. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. this one will amaze you. 303 & 313 SE 38th St. $611 shopping areas.
Day FR 6-7290 nights FR removed from noisy areas and busy streets.
38 Real Estate Wanted 6-5015. Office corner N. Main We plan to build 16 homesIn 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
... the NE Gainesville area and
23rd Blvd. $500 dn. $64
B R. 1 bath. ==
I- have already picked the floor
BulldozingBULLDOZERS Repair plans and exterior design that mo.

WANTED 10 to 25 acres of Farm is most suitable for each lot. 13 Court ManorSales
& Dragline Backhoe EO'S FIXIT SHOP land within 15 miles of Gaines! JIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllli\nUlJIIIIIIIIII Highland
wheel tractors motor HOME REPAIRSIF ville. Call before 2 or after 6. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
grader. Free estimates. W. G. IT NEEDS FIXING FR 4-8055. following are under con- I
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-6219. CALL 372-3573 JR. and will be ready
for occupancy soon. Office Located at N.E. 23rd Blvd.
I FREE Estimates on your repairs 39 Out of Town PropertyOUT Homes, Lots. Income. Business I

Iier i CarpentryGRADY and additions. Complete and Lake Property. 3701 NW 21st PI. and 11th Terrace Phone 3723471BUTLER

IQxir bedroom $675. Complete of town property for rent. 3 Farms and Acreage.E. I 3 BR. 2 bath. $750 dn. $98
CABINET WORKS 14x20" Florida room S1680. bedroom 1 bath swimming. fishing C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. mpermO.
Custom built cabinets and mold- King Construction Co. Phone and boating. with golf course S38 N. MAIN ST. Ulil58IIt &
Ings refinishing and F R34<<. street. $70 month. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 PI.i
spray across the a 3707 NW 21st .
painting. Call GR 5-2981 or GR 5-5172 For More InformationCall i! 4 BR. 2 bath. $100 dn. S107 -
1533 E. University Avenue I RemodelingNEED Mel rose, Fla. House location per mo.
Phone 372-8313
Keystone Heights. I

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA i A NEW Florida room. carport 40 Business Properties OWN TheJames

patio. screened-in porch. COOPERATIViAPARTMENT FOR RENT124SE7IhSI.
FIREEXTINGUISHER etc Call now and get It done I Builders and Developers
TWELVE lane bowling alley near Co.
CO. for the summer months. Call
Univ.. fully equipped. good livingfor 3BR.lBath
Appraisal Service Sales and ServiceAll 372-8049 after 5 P.M. for free B
I Mo.
owner-operator. $3500 cash, For Information 1 Year Lease $100 per
types of Fire ExtinguishersPick estimates. Of Gainesville Inc. i
terms. Phone Mr. Chambless
uo and delivery serviceC. University Park IIIIIIIII_ III_""" !!
R. Thomas Ph. 374-8989 THINKING OF PAINTING? Callus 372-0441 er evenings 374-5944 Builder of Kingsberry I .......IIIII

PeED ft. ARNOLD Gainesville Fla for an estimate on Aluminum Homes. II
REALTOR siding. End painting worries 42 Farms & Acreage Apts.Box ALL OUR HOMES ARE
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL forever. 374-1838 or 3727948. 11025Ft. ANYTIME IF
Lauderdale Fla. YOU WILL JUST CALL.
111* W. tJNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 I .
1123 S E. 4th STREET
BALL" Heating. (Hot Air. 372-7401 FR 6-5301 or FR H'"
Appliance Repairs Hot water Air conditioning and UpholsteryUPHOLSTER ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. t i 1964 Paradeof

Refrigeration. Ph. 372-1485. 15 Hwy. 441 AAicanopy. Fla. IIIIIIIIRIUIIIIIIIIIIIIHI
Years Experience. Ph. 446-3120 Shadow Lawn Estates !

Parker Appli. Serv. your furniture at 280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5 Custom-built homes that look ,.
Expert' Mator Appliance Serv. Home Service reasonable prices. Call Sally. room house. Paved road. Closein. custom-built. If you are tiredof I Home Values
ice. Prompt. EfficientCourteous. & Experienced FR 4-'888. $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. homes with that sub-divi-

2-2553 WOOD HOME IMPROVEMENT Realtor. 1228 W. University Ave. lion }took see ATTENTIONWHEN

Licensed 8. Bonded Builders SewingAlterationsSEAMSTRESS 372-5393. F. D. Oliver Bldr.

Auto 'EquipmentHYDRAULIC Florida Rooms Carports "SELLING FLORIDA SINCE 1906' Pk. FR %- 36e 3 Cr 4 Bedrooms
Patios Weft cc NW 39th Are. put
Roofing Gutters I do sewing of all LOS TRANCOS WOODS
Heating Air Conditioning kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W. the GU Sprints tnterieetl -

JACKS rebuilt & Financing requirements.Dial adjusted to customers C. Asbell. 3434 N.W. 17th Ter. Wooded homesites west of ... lee alp ow left. Palm View Estates

exchangedRepair kits for race. 372-0655. Gainesville. Drive west on NW

Walker Jacks. Factory authorized Bobby Wood Fred Wood 39th Ave.. turn right on SR No.
Walker Hydraulic Jack 376-4707 3741100Mortgage 241 and watch for the sign on the Fernwood ManorWestmorland
Service HULL'S BRAKE for and plat
Agent. ADVERTISE IN THE right. or call map
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 *. to be mailed at no obligation.

.Main.-_... ff- .- 2.147- ) into SERVICE DIRECTORY Inspect these 2.4 acre tracts today. QUALITYHOMES Estates
-$365 down with reasonable
Auto Glass' terms.
FHA and conventional at lowest Realtor
Ralph Down
current rates. Terms to 25 FHA from $400
AUTO GLASS is our only busi FOSSEY
years. Will gladly discuss at M Sewing Machine Repairs
ness. Immediate Installation; obligaion. Call tomorrow.J. Westvilla
free pickup & delivery. Add W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374.1359 VA- Nothing DownAsk
beauty & value to 'your car. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494
MAULBIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. 43 Colored Property NW 16th Ave. at
VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve.
_323 NW. 4th St. FR 4-tSSg FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD 3761075. We repair all about our paint your own home for

Makes. Work fully guaranteed. HOMES FOR SALE
Building fir Repair Serve 2 8 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. fc down payment.

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Tree Service* SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- Carol EstatesNE
.DOKT5 ment. Some small down pay .

BUILDING REPAIR SERVICE"A MORTGAGE MONEY ment. Monthly payment $57 to 9th St. at 18th Ave. Drive west on 16th Ave., turn left at Model
y/t per cent Interest. Terms to 1 1SAPP'S $45. Also homes built on your -
happy repaired. home." house Call Donald makes P.a 25 years. TREE SURGEONSFor I lot for no down payment. YOU BUY YOUR HOME GO TO Home sign on NW 39th Terrace.
BUY BUILD REFINANCECall expert tree surgery land- Call TOMMY RIDGELL
Petrucct. 2832 N.E. llth Drive. A MULTIPLE LISTING REALTOR
Phone FR 2-4125
scape and yard maintenance.Free Builder
FR 4-W07.
Dan Byrd estimates & central charge TERMS! Wamer Weseman Gladys Smith Realty

CARPENTRY ROOFING 125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 plan. 374-1744. 45 FuraUlMMl J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKinneyGreersDeatOfl

furnished I -
Satisfaction guaranteed and conventional loans. Low CLEAN nICely
Arnold Realty ,
Water and John Merrill Agency
E. R.-Schultie 372-2051 rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 Watch RepairKNOW apartment. Inc.
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. lights furnished. 3525 NW 20tn 16th Are Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency
BulldozingSMALL Street. Phone FR 6-6484. 1321 Ph.65394Mike Wilbur Bishop Realtor Arch Campbell. Realtor MATT MEAD EN, Soles Manager

Sun Want Ads your time Is exact. You NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart M. M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate
can be sure when HATCHER'S ment. Living room. dining Knoth. IIOCtat. Fordyce Associates Ralph FosseyJ. Phone FR -2-9545 or Nights FR 6-904.8
.. JEWELERS cleans. ad lusts. room. and kitchen. Lights and "We Trade Houses"
.bulldozer, loader. dump times your watch. Quick ser water furnished. Private bath Pierce Smith. Realtor
truck fill dirt, lime rock. Top Get Results vice. Bring It In today. 4 E. and entrance. 4- IockI to cam
MIL Phone FR 2-7844. Univ. Ave. FR 4-6TO. pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. -


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L I 66 Misc. For SaU 73 Musical Merchandise 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE .-
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I roof. Kerosene heater and storage type truck. Has been serviced II
I FAMOUS make concert qualify.
tank.15th St.See after 4pm. 3923 N.W. Local party with good credit completely. $700 FR on 2-8461.monthly schedule I Howes-Powers Motor Co :
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE !i can save over $20000 and finance .

I 1 Carl I. M..rta.f Tbata n Wutel te B.. I I REPOSSESSED.matic Zig Zag. 1963 Drops Model in To inspect entire remaining without obligation balance. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS i CLEANERBETTERUSED I End-Of-Monrh Clearance

S L.d .. F.aaA a Madabaer7 .. TMIa For fancy stitches. Makes button write Home Office Joplin Piano .
4 PersonalIzed 8erLre. Q BaJJdJaC Materials holes. Overcast monograms. ap. I .
I Trani lAIormaUoa I' B..ela.W G.... plique. Without attachments. 6.50. CARS!

'2 S Ipeelal Florllt. NeU... 6 e5. A.U..ea MJJe. F.r 1&1. per month. Balance. $67. FOR Phone SALE FR Small 22888. Upright piano. i up Your with cars a tune-up pep & at power BROWN'S show I II and We Mean :

Bala,. IUter. CbflI Care n TralliDc P..ta SEWINGMACHINE SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed .
Pl&ces T. G. "I II Articles Wanted recapping I wheel alignment. Save Many Dollars on these: I
$09 N. Main. FR I
19 Fa..1. M310.
T1Wac. T. Bee 00 Weeds
':0 Beats Marine E..... Automotive CLEARANCE! ': I
AUTOMOTIVE ''U Camp .Hunt. FI Service Co. I 63 Rambler 62 Chevrolet

2' AIrplani BaleIoBea" ''It orfie. Eq.lpmer 115 W. Univ. Ave., FR 6-1075. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 4-dr Classic 660'. automatic ..
n M.bIs R..... for Bale M..leal Mere aa 77 Mobile Homes for Sale radio. heater. air cond.. power 4-dr Bel-Air automatic radio .
'21 Trucks fur Bale FREEZER 15 cu. ft. Excellent con- steering reclining seats like heater power steering, a extra
Trucks Wanted dition. $250. 2315 NE 11th St. I new. nice carl .
: BUICK. 55 2 dr. S150 see Herbert
Tracteri Truck Rentals REAL ESTATE fOR SALE ACTION SALE at Murray's Marine 514 W. $2495 $1895 "If you don't like these prices .... ;
B: TraDer B..talaas Univ Ave.CHEVROLET.
X.torecJu .. BeMton sa L.ts for 5&1.I' SEWING MACHINE I!
A..bU. Bepa" U Watertr.n' Propert FACTORY Invoice plus our LOW I MAKE US AN OFFER!
IS A.t..blles for .... IS B.uses r.r Sal.U BARGAINS overhead. TOTAL cost of our contract 57. 2-door hardtop .
Swap Cars sa CelIa5. }.r 8al. is LESS than $100 over Belair heater white walls. auto. 63 RamblerClassic 62 Rambler4dr
17 Real E.tal. EzekangedEDUCATINAL Invoice deals. our prices include trans., good cond. C. Felder .
31 Real Estate Wanted 1963 Pfaff SIt delivery and complete set FR 25733.CHEVROLET. 4-dr 66V, automatic Custom automatic radio '

II Be...... .. la.tra.Ue. 11 0.1 .f Tiqu Prepert,. up. Get the REAL FACTS. Wedonf air conditioned heater power heater, individual reclining 63 VALIANT, 4dr.power steering automatic '
CO Bide..5 1962 Singer 301 SI. Needle $74 steering like new In and out. seats. Extra extra nice. ..."l" sell .
It Jlam. you we HELP YOU 1958 Wagon. 4 dr..
DnmaUe Cl Beslel.aUal ....... BUY. 10 top lines of the in- You can buy this for only $8 a $2395 $1395 radio, heater, ..executivecar $1995 =:
41 Farms 1963 Necchi Zig Zag $13 .....
It Waalecl-.lraeu. Aerea,. I dustry. Payments as low as week. Call Bill 3723749. H & H
C3 Colorel pr.ert7 e I 1963 Kenmore Zag US $57.29 per month. Motors. 63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering .. t"

EMPLOYMENT Zig 63 Rambler 60 Chevrolet- brakes air.cond. automatic radio heater (
RENTALS SEE the fabulous -
17 W.rlt Wanted Mali CHEVROLET 1954. 4 dr. This
1963 Universal S4
Zig Zag
.1 Work Wanted Etmali C& I 24 wide LEISURAMA car is going for only $8 a week. 4-dr Classic '660 station wagon, black :. . .. . . $5395
U Sales Help Wanted C.Uacea F.r Real 1964 Automatic does Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. automatic. heater. Individual -passenger station wagon automatic
IS Belp-Mal. .r Feaal. U Faralahed Apll. everything LAKE GENEVA 'I reclining seats. Very very low radio. heater low mileage 63 *
11 Male Help Wanted .1 Unf.lsbed Apt. Drop in cams only SSf.10 MOBILE HOME CHRYSLER Four 1955. One owner. mileage. NEW Kite! IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering, : .
U Help Waited fI n Houses Houses for f'r Rent Rent..var.N.Turu. I New Cabinets optional 1 mi. SE of Keystone Heightson Low mileage. Sold due to the $2495 brakes, air corid., automatic, radiot heater

I FARMS 6 LIVESTOCK :: Reems Essine for Reel AU machines fully guaranteedTake Sunday.Rt. 100 Open evenings & death of owner. Call FR 2-0189. $1395 auto. pilot . . . . .' . $5595

:1 Prm Equipment 51 )1I.e. Rentals II CHRYSLER. '55. 4-dr. Air cond. 63
S' :7 Feed I Yerullzer IIA Wanted T. Rent II cash or paymentsCall power steering engine t> transmission 62 RAMBLER Newport, 2-dr. hardtop, power .
2 I Un..k A Supplies I! B.arden Wanted .. 40MODELS trouble free. Ph. owner 60 Rambler steering, brakes, air conditioned, automatic,.
tt 37 -1081, 1504 NW 12th
Landscaping 1' Boll Q Oftki credit manager today Rd.
Desk Specs i! American 4-dr station WI. a.
: Pets I SeppUes 1& Business Rentals FR 22051. radio heater aa extra nice radio, heater, executive car . . $3145 '. ';
Uzestoek Wanted FORD 1955 V-I station wagon air 4-dr automatic. radio heater.
AZALEAS ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE conditioning auto. trans. good bujrl air cond.. clean inside and. out. 63 RAMBLER 4-dr.' heater 9000' ,. ;
SERVICE FOR sale all sizes. Wholesale FROM LOWEST PRICES. rubber excellent heater. $175 cashor $1345
II Bulnesi Opp.rtgnlt1e IS Special 8enle. I price. 2145 NW. 10th St. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. $100 down and $27JO monthly $995 miles . . . . . . $1400
TRAILER MARTHwy. for 3 months. See at
17 Mmcv te L.u ..
Him. Impr.yements 14 REFRIGERATOR across top '
p .. Station 1007 E. Univ. Ave. 62 FORD. Fairlaine 4-dr. V-8. radio heater.
M.rtgages U RadI TV Berries freezer. Also good Tappan 36" 17. Phone 3281050
II 11.7 Wanted 23 AppUaau A Burelturs I gas range. Both In like new OPEN WEEKDAYS 62 FORD 59 Mercury Clean . .
I FORD Sedan 1940 perfect condi . . . . $1245
condition. Also family size fire
UNTIL 9pm. tion. With rebuilt engine.. Call
mlllllllllllllllI --- safe. 2145 N.W. 10th St. Late model Fairlane 500 V-I l 4dr. Automatic, radio. heater.exceptionally .:- '
---- SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 FR 28412.MERCURY engine automatic trazssmtstics. clean. I Finished in 61 OLDS 4-dr. 88'. power steering brakes,

49 Rooms For Rent 64 Household Goods MUST RCA SELL.T.V Yellow with stand.& white Alum.port. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDATWO 1954. 4 dr. hardtop heater.. power 2,000 steering honest .mile radio black and white. Sharp. automatic, radio heater sharp . $1500 .. .

frame camp cot. Remote outboard bedroom house trailer $900. loaded with extras. for $I a week. f"
NICE room close In. Private en RUG and pad 11 x 23. gas hose. 600 x 13 Black one bedroom house trailer $750 Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. I $1695 $895 61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. automatic radio

trance. 204 NE ith Avenue. color. J125; Freezer. Frost gold less. Eagle tube. All excellent con- Can Monday be to rented.Friday Phone to 5.376-8234 heater nice car . . . . $895 :
Phone FR 28835. 16 cu. ft. $225; Bedroom suite in dition. Ph. FR 6-2810. PONTIAC. 1955. two tone paint. | ,
walnut $200. 3760020.MODEL NOW SHOWING loaded with extras for $8 a week. 61 RAMBLER 61 PLYMOUTH 2-dr. '
ELECTRIC range Kenmore. excel. Call Bill 3723749. H & H Motors. ChevroletSedan hardtop automatic .
1964 59
NEWLY furnished clean, cheer lent condition. Storage drawer. MOBILE HOMES
ful room. Comfortable bed. Day. Rotissere. 919 N.W. 22nd Ave. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor Classic 4-dr sedan standard radio heater, sharp . . . $1295 .- '
1957 4 DR. SEDAN Desoto .
Plans. Terms tailored to power ,
week or month. Housekeeping HOMEFROM meet & brakes I transmission heater. Extra delivery extra nice! -
WROUGHT iron and tables your budget. Drive little and steering air cond. auto 61
privileges. FR 60410. glass a trans. recently rebuilt must clean. PLYMOUTH 2-dr. Wagon power steering .
DISPLAY and chairs. 1 year old. Selling save a lot at
CONNOLLYMobile sacrifice $250. Ph. FR 25183 $995 I brakes automatic radio heater air con-
ROOM for rent close In, private 3 COMPLETE due to remodeling. Gate House after 6 P. M. $895

bath and entrance. Phone FR Restaurant. Dial FR 6-5843 even- Home Sales Inc. ditioned . . . . . . $1495
2-4081. ROOMSFurniture ings. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 1957 CADILLAC. Sedan deVille 4-

FOR rent to men students. Double & appliances-consist MOWER power edger. metal Closed Phone Sundays 622-8166 dr. hardtop factory fuHy air. equipped cream puff.Including I NO MONEY DOWN II 60 PONTIAC 4-dr. power steering, automatic -

room In private home. Central ing of 2-pc. foam rubber nylon shelves. lawn chairs. piano $750 372-0481 for appt. to see. radio heater nice
. . $1245
heat and Air conditioning. Private covered sofa & matching chair. portable dishwasher play pen SALE 2r 1 bedroom trailer. ,
2 baby carriage vanity set barstool Excellent condition. Manaro's BRING out the best in car.
step tables & your
entrance and bath. Close to matching cock.
Univ.! FR 4-6848. tall table with plastic finish. 2 recliner glass dining Restaurant. 2120 Hawthorne Superior Auto painting & body I 53 NASH $21 Mo. 56 RAMB. $26 Mo. 60 DODGE, 4-dr., power steering, brakes, radio -
tall table coffee and end tables. Road. FR 2-4690. work. Fast dependable service Like
decorator lamps with eye ; new! Original paint
heater automatic V8. air
SMALL heated furnished room for saver shades. Beautiful gold mist lamp. 376-1570. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S ,

man. 1st floor. Close In. Ph. bedroom suite double dresser I OBEY little to THAT save IMPULSE.a lot. Below Drive mar a BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. 57 DODGE $23 Mo. conditioned . . . . . $995 "
372-1981. 414 NE 2nd with
Avenue large titling mirror master FR 4-9707.
size chest, 70 Boats-Marine Equip. ket, clean. Lake Geneva Trailer 58 PLYM. Mo. ...
large double bed. $32
Sales. Rt. 100. SE 60 OLDS 2-dr. 88' automatic heater
51 Misc. Rentals Complete 5 pc. chrome dinette .. Fla. KeystoneHts. 1955 V-a Chevrolet convertible. 57 Rambler $29 Mo. perfect -

set 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith 1964 50 HP Mercury engine. Electric 1952 Cadillac . . . . . . $1145 -
PRIVATE lot for trailer parkingon full width freezer & crisp. starting with controls. Still 1955 Buick :_______..
Klncaid Rd. Call Mrs. Ander. er. shelves in door and dairy in original crate with full war- WYATTTrailer See at American: Oil Stat.. 730 57CHEV. $29 Mo. 55 BUICK $26 Mo. 60 LARK 2-dr. hardtop automatic radi
_son 372-9561. I bar deluxe range with thermostat antee. Save over 170. Call FR W. Univ. Ave.

controlled oven roll out 27533. 1963 CHEVY II Station Wagon heater yellow . . . . $745
broiler. This furniture has been 57 BUICK $32 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo
51-A Wanted To Rent I FOR SALE 12 ft. plywood boat SalesHome Air conditioned auto. trans..
on& display only. Everything new with trailer. S7$. Phone 376-8328. I radio & heater three seats. 59 IMPERIAL 4-dr. hardtop power steering
J I or more bedrooms 1 guaranteed. Regular price white side walls. 4,000 miles
bathroom unfurnished house.or more Call $991 now only 18 FT. open-cock pit offshore of less than 5 mos. old. $100 cash.: brakes air cond., automatic radio. heater.
FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week. $499No fiberglass. boat complete controls Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes take up payments. Call 372- nice . . . . . . $1545 .-
days. or all day weekends. lights. 10 & 5 gal. tanks Travel TrailersOcala's 8171 I to 5-3725738 after 5 __
40 h.p. Johnson tilt trailer skies. P.M. .
PARENTS of-students- -need- -apt. money down payments $4 ropes. belt. life preservers <. Dealer First- Since Mobile 1948 Home : 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 59 CHEVROLET, 4dr. hardtop, power steer
wk Immediate credit & delivery ladder. SHOO. Phone 3725738. FOR A better buy on a new or
or house
near campus buy orrnt. brakes radio heater air conditioned.
Silver Springs Blvd. ing
good term. FR 6-0410. or will hold in storage at no used car call FR 6-6957 after 7 .

54 Business Rentals charge.NATIONAL 15'windshield FIBERGLASS and top.with 35 Evmrude controls Phone Ocala 629-1358 Fla. Chaff p.m. an.or all day Sunday Mr. automatic transmission . . $1145 ......

and tilt trailer $625. 2017 N.E.
AIR conditioned 50 x 10" Mobile 59 PLYMOUTH. 2-dr. hardtop. steer-
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 17th Terr. Home set up with 20 x 108'awning 85-1 Automobiles Wanted power >.,
3622 Beach Blvd. FL '2561 and 50 TV antenna on ing brakes radio heater automatic trans.
WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located Open Daily 9-9 Sat. 9-6. Sun. 12-6 72 Office Equipment shady lot in Hickory Hill ready
at 620 S. Main St. Call Jacksonville. Fla. for excellent Fla. living. $3- WANTED 1950 thru 1954 Fords "SUPER SALE"M88 mission one owner car . . . $945 .
JOHN MERRILL. Realtor. FR and Chevrolets. See at Herndon
250.00. call FR 6-6548 after S30.
21494. Service Station 916 S. E. 4th
.' 65 Antiques PRICES SLASHED Street. 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic,
1956 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. Full
I, NEARLY new$125 modern MO. office or EVERYTHING MUST GO! bath 8 x 36. Excellent condition. 57 DODGE V-8 Sedan radio heater. V-8. nice . . . $495 .

location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. Less than wholesale. new, used Phone FR 23324 after 1 p.m. 57 DODGE V-8 Tudor I
Ph. FR 6-2472. Weseman Realty Like Desk. and roll away. and rebuilt; electric and manual 58 GREAT Lakes for sale excellent Ford

1113 N. Main St. other new.items. Phone chairs.FR 4-4107.many and adding portable machines.typewriters standard also after condition.6 P.M. Phone 372-6400 Falcon Both Cars for. . . IMPORTED CARS

FOR LEASE 2 warehouses In same SO check writers of all types;
bldg. located 1111 S. Main St. $15 up. Terms can be arranged. 25 FT. Henslee shower & toilet. I Fairlane 61 CHEVROLET, Corvan
Can be used for storage or repair 66 Misc. For Sale will take trade-ins. Call FR 2- real clean complete. Ready togo I S
garage. 0963 or FR 2-2105 day or good rubber new furniture. T-Bird panel side and backdoors 1188 l 63 SAAB 2-dr. 4-speed radio, heater. like ':..
35 x 40 $65 per mo. night'j' sleeps 4. $800. Trader's Barn N. ,

30 x 35 $45 per mo. WOULD like responsible party to 73 Musical ) end of 8th St. High Springs. S Ford . . . . new . : . . . . $1345 .
To see pick up keyes at Hunt's pay $10.00 monthly on late model hom.e1962
"66" Station or call 376-8866. Singer Slant-o-matic in console OLD Accordion 120 bass. S weeks FIRST quality mobile "SI: 59 E FORD Wagon radio. heater real
Bal. $169. Phone 376-0290. 7 switches cost $500 still has' Schult 50 x 10. 2 BR. front Trucks FORD Sedan std. '

NEW 3 BR brick house on com- guarantee $150 or best cash offer kitchen excellent condition $3.600. trans radio heater white- clean . . . . . . $445 -
merical lot. Lot measures 113 '8' GE refrigerator. Excellent immediately. Write Box 357- Lot 49, Shady Nook Trailer Used 1088 1
frontage x 200 deep zoned condition. $80. t>hone FR 6-1781 Park. 3723883. walls sea-mist clean .
"Local Manufacturing" Use afternoon. M, c-o Gainesville Sun. Cars green, 61 OPEL, wagon, radio, heater, real nice $995

house as home or office use NICE upright piano. $225. Wurlitz- one owner . . . .
grounds for storage of materials THE BEST costs less. Dry clothes er Organ., Pick up payments. 57 METRO 2-dr. hardtop radio. heater clean

thriving etc. Excellent business. location Located for on for Inc.less 376-5302.with Philgas from Fuilgas Mahogany.New Full 88$495.Key Spinet piano In VOLKSWAGENMILLER PERFORMANCE Get TOTAL I 59 DODGE Coronet V-8 . . . . . . . $395

$60 NW 6th per St.month at list unfurnished.Ave. Only CHAIN LINK fence 4' x 100" 16 EARL'S PIANO CO. AT dan equipped including seS988 55 OPEL, 4-dr. radio heater. nice $295
posts. gate. Plus approx. 30 3 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222.
Phone Mr. Kushill In Lake City ft. fence $35. Call FR 6-4318. I tory air condo . . .
collect 752-5739. ACCORDION with alligator case. SHAW &
BED DIVAN. 2 foam cushions. 120 Bass. Italian made. Fine
56; Business OpportunitiesGOLD makes into bed. Excellent condition I rich sound. Worth 3 times the SECOND CARS
25547., but needs cover. $80. FR $175 we ask. Ph. 3729677. jV)1 KEETER "PICKUPS"INTERNATIONAL I

GOLD MINE FOR LEASE KING Silver-Sonic trumpet with BROWN
'/ -ton $250
DESK and chair matching chest sterling sliver bell and deluxe ."'", 'n.. 230 W. University I .

Oil has a service station & dresser night tables new case. Brand new. played once. 1030 E. Univ."i" FR 2-0503 DODGE 3,4-ton . . . $350 I 56 FORD wagon runs good . . $295
available at 3302 NW 13th Caloric gas range. Sacrifice. Cost VMS. Sell for $250 or best FR 2-3582

St.Commission plan available Phone 3740410.DOWLING'S offer. Fred Robbins 27404. G.M.C.ton . . . . $450 57 DODGE, 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater .

UPHOLSTERY FOR sale Clarinet used 1 yr. . . . $295
Paid training . . . :..
Financial assistance Chairs. low as $8. No money good condition. No reasonable
Budget plan for tires batteries down low as $5 per month. offer refused. Call FR 6-0382 after 60 FALCON 55 FORD Convertible automatic. radio ':.
Free estimates, pickup and delivery 4 P.M. I-.
& accessoriesFor white S688
sedan two-tone -
further information call J. service. All work guaran- USED SPINET PIANO heater. . . . . . . $495 ::.

S. Parrish. FR 6-2108. teed. Phone 374-7784. BALDWIN SPINET. WALNUT over green . . . '
FLOOR SAMPLES respossessed. 1 I 53 MERCURY, 4-dr. radio clean . $295 ..$
Small Grocery Store for sole. Firestone 12 h.p. outboard motor FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED.

730 SW 3rd St. $19695; 1 Philco 123 cu. ft. I $465. 60 COMET 53 WILLYS runs good . . $195 'f'SEE
refrigerator $17995; 1 Philco GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. $788
OUTSTANDING service station sedan. white with
port. TV with stand. SI 95; 25 42 FR
opportunity for right man. Cor. 2-5353.
Phone ner NW FR 13th 6-0222.St. & 16th Ave. piece Stores.drill sets 304$1295 W. Univ.ea. Firestone Ave.-I red interior . . . : PETE COMPTON. WILBUR SLIGH.

GROCERY business. store Good for Colored Reason I I Jantzen shirts.summer sizes 10-12 &1 S FAIR PRICES 60 RAMBLER FRANK GRAY. "Mac" McCULLOUGH

for selling. other business. Phone yellow formal. FR 27362. 2205 sedan white clean S188 ... ...
FR 4-7231. After 7 p.m. Call I I NW 8th Court.PRICES COURTEOUSSALESMEN

FR 1-041 one owner . . . .

Merchandise SLASHED PROMPT 1964 FIAT 600D2DR.

61 Wanted to Buy and Less rebuilt than wholesale.electric and new.manual used I SEDAN power steering. 'heater white888 :

WANTED In good used condition adding machines. standard type All these qualities are walls 2-tone. one owner
14" Band saw. 4" (Iointrr- laner. writer and portables also cash standard at: c
18" jig saw. Call C. Monroe. registers and 50 check writersof $1199Exchange Motor Co.
372-3436 8AM. to 5 P,M. all types; $15 up. Terms can
be arranged will take B&GMOTOR "JUNKERS" ..
Call FR 2-0963 or FR 2
64 Household Good
or night. OUT CO. with any car 53 PONTIAC, Wagon ................ $55 312 N. Main St. Phone FR 6-3400 .
3622BEACH On Wallpaper. ?8c a Roll you can drive on the lot. 53 FORD, Convertible ................ $55 ---
HARPER PAINT CO. Authorized Cadillac Features at NO additional Cost:
10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4366 defroster dual electric windshield a...", ..
Bucket aeati. heater.
BLVD.IN Oldsmobile Dealer "One Year G. W. Warranty"PooleGable
FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant wipers windshield washers self cancelling torn signals un-
formica counter and 26 stools. dercoating. safety belt anchors leatherette upholstery
Storage Warehouse equipment. Complete fountain. New Cars: bumper guards (front k rear) courtesy lights. ashtrays.
and short order equipment. 52" 115 S.E. 2nd St. emergency tool kit.Berkley. Used Cars GOOD CARSfREDUCED -
4 Call FR 2-075 or 29207. Mr. FR 6-7515
Page. I Motors"SPORTS

for your old. costly to 2001 N.W. 13th St.. CAR CENTER"
operate electric water heater FR 6-7515 514 N. Main St. Tel. 372-4951 I
RepossessedBecause Hot water at about half your 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373 These fine cars are not "Junkers". there are many !.C. ..

of family troubles lust present cost with our LP gas. p.- -- miles left. Come and take look for
Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer I many good out a -:---.
come In S. take over payments FR .
Road. 6-5110.
on entire houseful. Consists of a yourself. ,
beautiful 2 PC. living room suiteIn HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner I
nylon. sofa makes Into bed like new. Sold new S99. 1 left NEWCAR DODGE DART sedanIncludes .. ,.
also matching club chair w-solid S5*. Compact late model. Sold NOTICE TO BUYERSThe .. ::
foam cushions. 2 decorator new NS.I85Mal$49. The Kirby Co. 60 FORD 58 DODGE --
lamps. 2 step tables. In margollte 712 FR 4-7110. I
with matching cocktail table. In Heater) 4-dr Sedan 4dr. hardtop automatic Irani- :-.J: :
1 the bedroom massive double ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna Public has been dealers I ( S199500 mission, radio, heater.
of other
dresser with tilting mirror. chest Double stack complete. Nothing misquoted by many -
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14 GalnttvHIt Sun Monday March 2, 1964

Faculty 32 Media Specialists Due Next Week

In The

ri Concert

CapitolBy Ah t b Tuesday For UF's Communications ProgramJournalism -

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Day Friday key- sociation and executive editorof States Information Agency CBS White House correspond
WASHINGTON (AP-In the A faculty concert featuring notes the University of Florida's the Fort Lauderdale News I I speaks at a Sigma Delta Chi ent; Frederick W. Ford, com-
three members of the .
sixth annual CommunicationsWeek will speak at a Friday lunch- Is p o n sored banquet Friday
news from Washington: Florida Department of.Music missioner of the Federal Com-
Mar. 6-10, sponsored by eon. night.
MANNED MISSILE' : The will be held tomorrow in the !munications Commission and
the School of Journalism and Eugene B. Dodson I
United States Is already flying University Auditorium at 8:15 "Automation in the Newspaper Peter Hackes, NBC News in
11 or 12 of the newly unveiled Communications. World," takes the after- the Florida Association of
"manned missile" All jet fighter ( p.m.The concert features Sarah Broadcasting Day is set for noon spotlight Friday with Wal- Broadcasters, opens Broadcast Washington. I

planes and they have successfully t, p Traverse[ soprano; Clementine March 9 and Advertising and ly Reichert, assistant produc- Day Monday, March 9. I A special speech via two-way
b Public Relations Day on the following -
passed numerous: White, harpist; and Willard tion manager of the West Palm A host of speakers throughoutthe hookup will be given by Morgan
tests, according to Sen. Rich- Brask, pianist. day. from:I Beach Post Times, West Palm day include Dan Rather, Beatty of NBC in New York.
Thirty two specialists
ard Russell. zw Miss White will play selections Beach; and Nolan Toothman,
The Georgia Democrat, chair-, from Beethoven and Carlos Sal- the newspaper, broadcastingand RCA Electronic Data Process- Misses Paul Taff program director
advertising media will at- Leap, for National Educational Tele-
man of the Senate Armed Serv- zedo. Branch Coral Gables -
ing Manager,
ices Committee, said on the; tend the sessions designed to vision, New York; and James
I Brask will Miss in discussion roles.
CBS radio television program accompany bring journalism and communications i Boy Is Killed .H. Hulbert of the National Association
jjj Traverse in selections from
that students in contact with L. John Martin of the United of Broadcasters are
"Face the Nation" Sunday Bach, Handel, Brahms, Debussy I
practitioners.Co NEW YORK AP Police included in Monday sessions.
he had known of the 2,000-mile- I Poulec, Dello Joio Ralph ( ) -
since work r4 -> f sponsors are the Florida a 15-year-old Bronx boy say -
per-hour plane apparently
: Vaughn Williams and Menotti. Advertising and Public Rela-
Daily Newspaper Publishers As- Kills tried to 15 feet
started in 1959. leap
; w The concert is open to the sociation, the Florida Press As- t between the roofs of two build- .tions Day will begin with a
announcing departmentof
the All Saturday v President 1 public without charge. sociation, the Florida Public Re- Bear in Zoo "" ings and plunged five stories toMs speech by John M. Fuhrmann,
relations counselor from
lations Association, the Florida death.
Johnson said its
performance Association of Broadcastersand Cincinnati and include talks by ,
Seeks Alabama
"far exceeds that of any:other the Gainesville Sun. TACOMA, Wash. (APFuzzy An open tube of airplane glue, other public relations specialists
aircraft in the world today." a lumbering polar bear be- which has a narcotic effect when .
All events will be held in the throughout the day.H.
Congress SeatJASPER thousands of chil- sniffed found the roof
friended by was on
VIET NAM: Undersecretaryof I.?!;>i ::'.''- : i,: .. o Student.Service Center on the dren at the Point Defiance Zoo, from which Michael Vance ap- L. McOsker, director of

State George W. Ball says : rNew Ala. (AP-For) the campus.A is dead, felled by a sniper's parently jumped, police reported. the classified department for the
"no decision has been made or first time since ReconstructionDay Friday morning Newspaper -bullets.A His body was discovered Miami Herald, ends the sessions '
contemplated" to commit U.s. A MemberMrs. a Negro is running for Day panel will discuss "The patrolman heard some' Sunday atop a store betweentwo Tuesday afternoon with talk
troops to the antiCommunistwar Congress from Alabama. Florida Managing" Editor Looksat shots Friday. night. Saturday I tenements near his home. on "Newspapers on the Move.*
in South Viet Nam. Venora Griffin, right, is one of the first reg- Mrs. Amelia P. Boynton of His Job. morning, a zookeeper- found --
"We are helping the South istered nurses in this area to be enlisted in the Flor- Selma qualified Saturday to oppose The panelists include manag- Fuzzy in his grotto and blood in 1
Vietnamese people fight a very ida Nurses Association during its month-long mem- Rep. Kenneth Roberts of ing editors Barney Watersof his pool.A FREE FISH FRY
difficult war under very diffi- bership drive. She shot some admiring glances toward Anniston under the state's uni- Pompano Beach Sun Senti- veterinarian Fuzzy
conditions Ball said Sun- with Nurse Barbara elimination nel of the Flor- gave
cult her membership card que 9-8 plan used to Bruce Manning
day on the NBC radio-television Margaret Laxson, president of the group's district select Democratic nominees. ida Times-Union, Jacksonville; medicine but to stop the 600-pound the external bear CITIZEN'S FIELDTONIGHT

program "Meet the Press." -Alachua, Levy, Bradford, Union and Baker counties Alabama lost a congressionalseat Cleve Hamm of the Lakeland bleeding,weak for .
"Progress is being made..butthis The group estimates there are 400 registerednurses and was unable to reach Ledger, Cortland Anderson of was surgery.He
is not a matter in which eligible for membership. Only 52 now belong. agreement on redistricting. So the St. Petersburg Times, and died about 10 hours after Mar. 2nd 5-7 p.m.
the United States is directly en- each of the old nine districts Steve Pappas of the Daytona he was found. Come and Meet
gaged. nominates a candidate in the Beach News Journal. Cecil Brosseau, zoo manager, ,.,
Meanwhile, Sen. Hugh Scott, Scranton Doesn'tThink ,May 5 Democratic primary and Also Friday morning, Peter said Fuzzy had one bullet in his t SENATOR SCOTTKELLY
R-Pa., accused President John- the winners enter a runoff June French, managing news edi- brain and another over his

son of pursuing a policy of 2 with the eight high ,candidates tor of Business Week Magazineof lungs."I .
"nervous conciliation" in South getting the nomination.Mrs. New York City,will speak on can't understand the kind
Viet Nam. In a pogram recorded He'll Run Boynton a native of Savannah "The World of Magazines." of a guy who would do a thing Candidate for Governor

for radio, he said John- Ga., is an insurace Fred Pettijohn president of like this" Brosseau said "It'sa (Pd. Adr.)-J k Williams, Temp. AUchiu Co. Camp. Trtit.
son has yet to show the "full i .agent in Selma. I the Florida Daily Newspaper As sadistic thing."

maturity'' or the possession of I By JACK BELL: feel very strongly that I don't
the "full moral force and pow A.P. Political Writer want to do this. I am not a candidate '
er" that has made the United HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) I don't want to be a can-
States a world leader.At Pennsylvania Gov. William W. didate, and I don't think it is NEW ECONOMY PREMIUM !
his news conference Satur- Scranton said today that after necessary. I think you have got
day, President Johnson said "I giving the matter the "deep plenty of good ones.
do not think that the speculationthat thought" suggested by former Q. Do you have a preference

has been made..that we President Dwight D. Eisenhower among these others? '!.""..
are losing the fight in that area he hopes to avoid contestingfor A. I don't have a preferenceat ., '
or that things have gone to pot the Republican presidential the moment. I assume that
there are at all justified..." But nomination. I will by the time I get to the Florida
he called the Viet Nam situation Moreover, Scranton said in an convention.Q. Thousand of

"very dangerous." Associated Press interview, he Senator Goldwater has
would decline to accept the 'said you ought to be seeking t..,,,.
TAXES: The tax law shifts nomination for vice president if the vice presidential nomina

some of the income tax burden II it were ,offered to him by his I tion. Would you accept it if it
onto persons with high incomes,. party. He had not previouslymade were offered? now save'upto.20a gallon with
but leaves the bulk of the load such a flat statement. A. I am not interested in any

on the middle-income group. i Scranton limited by the national office.Q. ..
The treasury estimates that Pennsylvania Constitution to a Does that mean that you
taxpayers with incomes of from single term as governor endingin would not accept the vice pres-
$5,000 to ($10,000 will pay 38 per January 1967, is regarded as idential nomination if it were Esso Plus
cent of taxes under the new a likely,compromise choice for offered to you?
law, compared with 38.6 per first place on this year's national A. I think it means that I
cent under the old law. ticket by Republicans would not accept it if offered to

Persons with income of over seeking a party moderate with.
$50,000 will pay 9.5 per cent appeal to big city voters to op me.Q.. How about presidential the hot new middlegradethat

compared with 8.8 per cent, pose President Johnson. nomination?
those with incomes of over $20- Wearing in the lapel of his A. I said that I would accept

000 will pay 24.4 per saafc&gagki- impeccably tailored dark suit that if there was a sincere and
pared with the present 23.1 per the bright badge of his pro- honest draft, but I don't expect
cent, while those in the $10,000- fessed reluctance to become in- there will be one. That doesn't gives most cars
to-$20,000 class will pay 27.6 per volved in any such maneuverings happen in modern political
cent, a slight rise from the the 46-year-old governor time

present 26.8 per cent. patiently replied to questions Q. With the tax reduction now
about issues on which GOP
For taxpayers with incomes any law, do you believe that federal
presidential nominee would
of under $5,000, the tax load have to take a stand. spending should be reduced? full Dower

will drop from 11.6 per cent to Following is a partial text orScranton's A. Yes, ,I do. I think V we Esso
10.0 per cent. answers: have this shot in the arm JK.

-- Q. What was the result of the proach in a good economic pe- '
OpportunityOTTAWA "deep thought" you promised riod that we can lead ourselvesinto
General Eisenhower that you inflation if we don't start More and more people are discovering this new way to save as much as 4

(AP-Three) Eskimos would give in the matter of I cutting expenditures.Q 40 cents tankful on gasoline without sacrificing power.New Esso Plus,

learning to be their peo- seeking the Republican nomination -I .Do you believe that com- the ECONOMY PREMIUM gasoline, neutralizes harmful engine deposits
ple's first professional barbers ? promises are going to be neces- ,
figure business will be brisk at A. I haven't changed my sary or desirable to get Senate protects against rust, icing and knocking and supplies the

home up north. David Uknuk- opinion any, so far. I am still approval of the Housing Civil needed octane to keep most cars at peak driving power. Now you, too,
nuk 23, declared, "They've got thinking. I don't deny that I Rights Bill? car-with-
choose the that the best value for
can gasoline gives you your
nowhere else to go. may well for some time. I still A. As far as I am concerned
.-- it is not necessary or desirable. out losing either power or money-at the Esso sign of jKffly/tfoStwy/

Work Starts Q. What is your position on the
on HugeKennedy use of troops to enforce federal *{ :Most Esso dxlmuivd+pmdatl.meenaevdxt their own prices,but gen IA

I court orders in civil rights disturbances erally the price of new economy premium Esso Plus is as much as 2j5 per gallon '

Chronicle'By ? less than the prevailing price of major-brand premium gasolines.
A. I have said over and over
again that had I been President
JOSEPH E. MOHBALT The interviews, etc., sixth
Kennedy or had I been President HUMBLE
unique adventure in the chron- Eisenhower in the cases I oIl & REFINING COMPANY
icling of the The interviews will be con- involved and with my knowl-! \ \
history began over
weekend as Robert .F. Kennedy ducted in four phases.In edge of the facts involved, I V

became the first of 500 public! the first round which got would have done the same thing. _
figures relatives friends and under way after a luncheon for Let's be honest about it, it .
foes-to record in his own voice; the interviewers Friday, about would entirely depend upon the /, .
the years and crisis of the late: 200 officials-from the Cabinet, situation at the time and what
President John F. Kennedy. I Congress, White House and ju the conditions are and what
It is hoped-although plannersof diciary-will be interviewed.In the necessity for it is.

the John Fitzgerald Kennedy the second phase, such Q. How would you finance a E50 /
Library aren't even discussingit federal program of health care :
family members as the late _
yet that Soviet Premier president's widow and mother for the elderly? 1
Khrushchev will take part in.the will ,record their memories of A. First of all, I would try \ _
I and the KerrMillsAct
projectThe Kennedy. So will such political implement
attorney general talked I' in the states as much as
allies as Mayors Robert F. Wagnerand .
long into Friday night and con- ; Richard J. Daley 'of possible. We have been doing an __ J <
tinued Saturday recording his New -York, and Chicago, Gov. outstanding job in this in Pennsylvania
memories of his ,assassinated. Pat Brown of California, and old and we are No. 1 in
brother. Helping him, by actingas Massachusetts cronies. the nation. Secondly, I don't _
an interviewer was author think this is enough to take
and former,,Ambassador John Roger M. Blough, board care of the total need. Therefore .
Bartlow Martin.In chairman of u.s. Steel, who ,.federal legislation is a ne .
the end the tape-recorded clashed with Kennedy over steel cessity. Thirdly, I think we are __ _
interviews some of which will prices in. 1962, will participate, fooling the public if we say the N: _\ \
be filmed-will be deposited in, as will a political foe, former programs can be financed un- \ '
the Kennedy Library be built I Vice President Richard M. NIx- der the Social Security provi- \ \

on the banks of Boston's Charles on.The sions..In my opinion, in orderto \

River. third round remains in do this job, you will have to .
Some of them-for reasons of the planning stage. But it prom- do it under the regular taxing
national security or to avoid ises interviews with international -system. I may add that I thinkit
embarrassment where personalities figures whose destinies is fairer.Q. /
are discussed-may not be touched Kennedy's. No agreements i You do oppose federalaid
made public during the lifetimesof have been reached yet,! to elementary and high
the persons involved. but It's hoped such leaders as schools?
The National Archives is pay- Khrushchev, French President A. I oppose it on this basis:
ing from its own budget the Charles de Gaulle. Prime Min- I think we can take care of it on .
cost of all recording except that ister Nehru of India, former a state and local level. If you .I/
handled by the Pentagon for Prime Minister Harold Macmil- don't have to have too many q\
security reasons. The persons Ian of Britain and Indonesia's governmental units involved in
involved in the project are volunteering -President Sukarno will parti- a given project, the better off

their time. pa. .._ you are.

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