Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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F Let Commission Decide Electric Tie ?

U 1 By HAROLD RUMMEL ing glance, but that makes it So
on Feb. 10 of this
; .Sun Staff Writer no less real. the year, ible abandonment of the city electrical or water productionor

Gainesville might get her The revision to the City Char- City Voters To Make unanimously city's five passed commissioners a resolu- power plant by some future distribution facilities or any
ter is issue number the group of city commissioners. thereof
charter changed.But one on tion to amend the charter. It part so as to materially
as an election issue ballot for Tuesday's city elect voted to amend section 10, "Ac- Instead of the normal, simple reduce the capacity of the city
which it will be next majority vote that's required to to produce or distribute electrical
Tuesday and
ion.If operation of waterworks pass an item before the
the change has been lost. the voters approve it, the Choice electric lights and other sion, an electrical commis- energy or water, unless the
Discussion of the proposed City Commission will have the Tuesdayan public utilities. interchange same has had prior approval ofa

amendment to the city charter authority to buy emergency electric Now it's up for voter approval.The fifths agreement vote of would the commissioners.The require a four-. majority of the qualified electors
has been stifled by the controversy power from an outside amendment is a complete of the city.

that engulfs the race for electric company. The amend- rewrite and substantial expan- change couldn't restrictthe The charter change also for-
two City Commission seats. ment would strike a clause that outside electric firm becamean The Commissioners were reluctant sion of section 10. commission's freedom to bids granting franchise to

Most everyone knows that four seriously hampers any proposeddeal. issue. Proponents said it was to negotiate a deal that It does more than merely "operate, manage, control and operate any utility any in the city
men are trying to get electedto needed for use in emergenciesthat they might not be able to keep. strike the clause requiring a expand its own utilities." without first getting approval of
the two seats. Everyone The clause: "Until authorized might temporarily put Outside firms were reluctant to
vote of the people on each and Paragraph five sets a limit of the voters.
knows that there's a noisy feud by a majority vote of the Gainesville's plant out of com- spend time on talks that were every deal contemplated by the five years on any agreement There's
between the so-called old and qualified electors." The clause mission or reduce its output. purely speculative in nature. City Commission.The made by the commissioners.And change.It only one substantial

new guards. But what about the hamstrings the commission<< During several Commis-
Anything that was discussed amendment provides a another section states: would allow the city to
charter amendment? ers.Several sion meetings, the questionwas would be subject to the delay of host of safeguards and restrict- "The City Commission may negotiate for the exchange of

Mention of it usually draws months ago the ques- mulled over, but nothingwas an election and disapproval of ions to ward off abuse, and prevent not, in any manner, dispose of emergency power with an outside .
nothing more than a question- tion of creating an inter-tie with done. the
voters. the improbable, but poss- or agree to dispose of the city's facility.

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Staff Writer I

WILLISTON An elderly man and his wife from .
Massachusetts were killed here this morning when their

car collided with ,a truck hauling concrete blocks at the :

intersection of U.'S. Highways 41 and 27. Given 8 Years

They were identified as John A. Kennedy and his wife

Clara R., of Attleboro Mass.

Levy County sheriff's deputiesand

Florida Highway Patrol

troopers worked with crowbarsfor 1 1I.1millionmember. .
II about three hours before the CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) After the sentencing, Hoffa of justice, of having struck at union from
man's body, pinned inside the W1! Teamsters President James said, "I understand the sen- the foundation of this nation* jail Bell replied, "I know
mangled car, could be freed. R. Hoffa, professing his inno- tence perfectly and I will make Without fair, lawful administration damn well he can't."

During the three-hour operationthe i V.Y.: '. .-. .. ri cence to the last, was sentenced my appeal." The conviction and of justice there would beho I I
r couple could not be identi- g r." today to eight years in prisonfor sentence could mean eventually civilization in this country. Haifa and three others were

fied because all of their belong- y seeking to tamper with a the loss of Hoffa's job as headof Hoffa told newsmen "I have convicted March 4 of trying to
:', N. xa. .' federal court jury. He finedin the Teamsters Union. fix the jury which couldn'tagree t
ings were inside the wreck- y> was lived my life ((51 years) servingman
t age. : A.r addition a total of $10,000. and the members of the cn a verdict in Hoffa's .
The judge continued bond for 1962 federal trial at Nashville
N U.S. Dist. Judge Frank Wilson international (Teamsters) union.
According to the highway pa- Hoffa and the others, pending on a conspiracy charge. The
trol, the accident occurred about who quietly told the stocky None can say I have betrayedmy
8:45 labor leader that he had been appeal, and asked the lawyersto trust. I am not guilty. I be- conviction was Hoffa's first in t.
: a.m. a truck driven t file '
S4I convicted "of tampering with motions for an appeal lieve this will be substantiatedwhen four federal trials.
by James P. Johnson, 54, of
within the .
next 10
u ill Dunnellon, made a left turn r ; ti< ar the very soul of this nation," days.In the evidence is ultimately Convicted with him were

from U.S. 41 onto U.S. 27 and could have sentenced Hoffa to passing sentence, Judge considered cooly and calmly." Ewing King, former Nashville

veered into the path of the car, 10 years in prison. The fine was Wilson told Hoffa: "If Jimmy Hoffa goes to jail, Teamsters president; Larry
which was southbound on U.S. r, the maximum under the law. "The feeling of the court is something will have to be.done" Campbell, Detroit Teamsters

27, The truck hit the side of Three men convicted with that the verdict is clearly supported about the union presidency, business agent; and Campbell'suncle
the car crushing it. Hoffa were each sentenced to by the evidence and that Charles Bell, president of the Thomas Parks, a Nashville

An inquest scheduled this ,: three years in prison. They your knowingly and corruptly Washington Joint Conference of handyman.All .
EVANSHarry was could have been sentenced to attempted to bribe a jury. Teamsters, said Wednesday.When are seeking new trials
before Levy County .. five years and fined a total of "You stand here convicted of newsmen asked if this and, failing that, have an-
Judge W. E. Anderson.
HOFFA $5,000 each. corrupting the administration means Hoffa could not run theI nounced they will appealFederal
EvansAnnounces Sheriff J. W. Turner of Levy

County described the ,accident
"one of the worst I've'ff ,. ,. ,
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seen." He said the car waslLom- r H "' .:f Pay
pletely mangled by the heavy :" ;;.fs :

For Supt.Harry truck.The intersection, inside the "" Increase

Williston city limits is knownas Risingthe

Evans of Micanopy today "the top of the hill." It is Challenged r

announced his candidacyfor where the Fiesta Restaurantand

the office of County Super- Holiday Inn are located. By JEAN CARVERSun should reach Levy County with- new farm to market roadin ; New Hark mews

intendent of Public Instruction.The Mrs. Kennedy was alive when Staff'Writer in the next four to five days. Dixie County but there has WASHINGTON The
taken from the wreck in
an ambulance
57-year-old fornier school Turner said none of the been no flood damage as yet. opened a fight yesterday over
but was pronounceddead Continued rising waters of i
teacher and administrator operates on arrival at Alachua Gen- the Suwannee River are being homes and motels along the "It looks like it might reach 9 r, $514 million in pay raises for

a plant in Micanopy eral Hospital. Mr. Kennedy watched with concern by con- Suwannee in Levy County the flood stage and we're keep 1.7 milljon federal employes, in-
1 which manufacturers equipment died instantly. servation and sheriff's offici- have been flooded yet. He explained ing an eye on the river," Parker ryXA" cluding members of congress.
for the naval stores in- that six to said.
Knauff Funeral Home of Wil- als in Levy and Dixie counties. eightinchrise Opponents of the $10,000 con-
dustry.In in some areas will inun- The State Road Department
gressional increase challenged -
liston is in charge of arrange- Levy County Sheriff J. W. pay
announcing his candidacy, date homes in some of the low- reported this morning that two their
ments. Turner said this morning he colleagues to make
Evans said, "My life has been the river in er areas closest to the river. small state roads-one to Hart their decisions by a roll call
surveyed rising
in the of edu- The sheriff's department has Springs State Park and another vote but 1
spent area public
the Fowler's Bluff not many proposalstook
cation. It is business Feud Rumors been alerted to possible eva- to Fannin Springs have To Speak Here
my my ing if the increase continuesthe precedence before the
I cuation du.ty, Turner said. been submerged by the rising
profession. To be successful in house.
Suwannee "will ,
Reported 'Silly'WASHINGTON cause He noted that although the waters. Crusading labor columnist
business demands' that not one trouble." Proposed are an average increase -
river rose one inch between 5 State Road 344 in Gilchrist Victor Riesel, Mho was blind-
cent be wasted. My business of 4.2 cent for 1.1
(AP-A close "We're watching and hopingbut p.m. yesterday ahd early this County and State Road 346A in ed for life in 1956 when acid per
experience qualifies me an million white collar
as classified
associate of Atty. Gen RobertF. we're not real optimistic morning, heavy rains were expected Dixie County have been clos- was thrown in his face, will (
educator with} business
( sense. Kennedy said today reportsof Turner reported. to continue during the ed because of the high water. speak at the University of Florida employees, and a 5.6 per cent p

Evans stated that, having at- a feud between Kennedy and He said reports to the sher- A SRD official this morningin tomorrow night at 8:15. average for about 600,000 postal t

tained a moderate success in President Johnson are "just iff's office indicated the flood day.Dixie County Sheriff Al Parker Tallahassee said there have The public is invited to bear workers. tt
public*school work and business, silly." crest was moving down the Su said this morning the been no other roads reportedin the talk in the University Aud- The pay of the vice president

he was Bot running for office "There wannee from Ellaville and Suwannee was almost across danger. itorium. would rise from $35,000 to $45- )
I with the idea of getting a promotion is no feud between the 000, and -so would that of
f i or an increase in salary. two, the aide told a reporter. speaker of the house.

I He said he seeks the job in orderto "The attorney general and Cabinet members would rise

do his part in making the President Johnson have never 110,000 Homeless in Floodmiles from $25,000 to 35.000; subcabi-

k Alachua County School Systemone been very close. But they are net members, and members of
no farther apart today than they
the House and Senate
of the best in the State of wouldbe
in,,( Florida. were three months ago. This increased from $22,600 to
talk of a feud is just silly." LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-The workers fell behind schedule in their banks in western Pennsyl- Indiana. The other fatalitieswere $32,500. Other executive
i Evans is married to the former Informed sources said Johnson Ohio River applied more pres- closing it off to the downtownarea. vania and the Ohio was due to in Ohio.Damage posts
) now paying $21,000 would be increased -
Marie Padgett of Marion and Kennedy had not discussed sure on Kentucky and Indiana fall below the 25-foot flood stageat not officially estimated to $30,000, and similar

(See EVANS, Page 2)) personally the feud talk. today but slowly retreated in The floodwall at Parkersburg, Pittsburgh. Harrisburg remained was expected to run into raises would go to top profes-

three other states. W. Va., was expected to pre- a trouble spot as the the millions of dollars. Typicalof sionals of congressional staffs.
The river and its tributaries vent heavy damage there as usually serene Susquehanna River hard-hit towns was Shep-

ll Whereabouts of Downed have taken nine lives, left at the Ohio near 46.5 feet, about invaded low-lying sections of herdsville, Ky., south of Louis-
I least 110,000 homeless, and run 10 feet higher than flood stage. the city and its suburbs. ville, where eight feet of water Cubans Mad

up a .multimillion-dollar bill in But downtown Wheeling, Huntington The Red Cross estimated 15- covered downtown.
.1 American Fliers UnknownFRANKFURT property damages. and Point Pleasant were 000 Ohioans in 22 counties were At Louisville, National At Each Other?

Fed by heavy rains earlier hit by high water, which forced displaced by the river. It was Guardsmen helped city workers
Germany (AP) which the RB66B recon- the river stood at 45.9 feet in 1,350 families to flee. expected to crest at 66V4 feet and firemen install flood gates. MIAMI, Fla. (AP-A) Coast

Three American fliers shot naissance bomber was shot Louisville, or 17.9 above flood Residents in southern Indiana in Cincinnati today, or 14Vi The quick-rising river jumped Guard pilot sent to investigatea

down over Communist East down 30 miles inside East Germany stage, and still was climbing.This kept an anxious e.ye on predicted feet above flood stage. This through one opening, at the foot report of gunfire between
Germany are reported alive. Tuesday. The crewmen level is about 11 feet be- crests since several towns lie would be the highest since 1945. of 10th Street, before it could boats ilthe Atlantic east of

The United States is trying to parachuted.A low the disastrous 1937 flood. across the river from Louisville. No accurate estimate was be plugged., The affected area here radioed back today that It

get them back and denies a Soviet Army engineers and the National About 4,000 already have been available on the number of is on lower ground than the" appeared to be a dispute be-
charge that they were spy- Soviet note handed to U.S. Guard completed the dosing evacuated in the state. homeless in Kentucky, which main downtown section but tween Cuban fishermen. #

ing.A Charge D'Affaires Walter G. of the floodwall after city Streams were returning to reported one flood death as did some businesses were affected. The 78-foot British fishing
nurse at a hospital in Gar- Stoessel in Moscow chargedthat vessel Madame Elizabeth had

delegen, East Germany, said the American plane was on sent out a vague radio call re-

the three officers aboard the jet a spying mission. The note ad- Sees Need for More Viet Nam AidSAIGON porting that "three or four"
bomber-which the Soviet Union mitted a Soviet fighter broughtit Cuban boats were firing upon
down and warned that something.
admitted shooting down survived any
and one was brought to other North American Treaty The location was in the Bahamas -
the hospital Organization planes penetrating South Viet Nam strongest public commitment about 60 miles east of
Tuesday night.
"He wasn't hurt much," she Communist air space also wouldbe ,(AP) .- Secretary of Defense McNamara Heads Home during his visit,. and his words Hollyw ld, Fla., a busy fISh-
Robert S. McNamara reportedly were loudly cheered.
said ing area.
by .
telephone Wednesday."He will tell President Johnson that Khanh and Ambassador Henry
"joined his other com- The Soviets rebuffed efforts of massive U. S. aid to South Viet For Report To President Cabot Lodge accompanied Mc-
rades. U.S. diplomats to learn the fate
Nam must. be continued and Namara to Hue.McNamara .
The nurse declined to who of the three fliers and made no
perhaps increased if the war was guest of honor
took the pilot away. She said immediate reply to a U.S. request against Communist guerrillasis at a state banquet in the WHERETO > .
she did not know his name. that the crewmen and the Khanh's bloodless coup Jan. 30; from the border of Communist -
to be won.McNamara. palace in Saigon Wednesday
The three Americans wreckage of the plane be re North Viet
are Viet Cong guerrillas have sharply Nam. night,,'but Lodge was a center -
Capt .David I. Holland, 35, of turned. heads home tonight their of much of the talk
stepped up campaignwith "We will supply now and In Comics . . 18
Holland ,
Minn.; Capt. Melvin J. U.S. officials denied the spy after a five-day fact find- and bant r' because of his vic-
Kessler, 30, of Philadelphia, and charge and insisted the planewas ing mission on the state of the considerable success. the future whatever economicaid tory in Tuesday's New Hamp- 0 Entertainment 20
military training and mili- Obituaries . 2'
1st Lt. Harold W. Welch, 24, of on a routine training flight war since seizure of power by McNamara's view that the shire Republican presidential
Detroit. tary equipment you need to defeat 0 Opinion Page . 4-
with orders to from Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh. Red insurgency can be stampedout Van
stay away primary. Maj. Gen. Duong
now and for- Sports . 1417Women'
The United your enemy
States and the
Soviet the Iron Curtain frontier. The U.S. sources said McNamaraalso was reflected in his remarks Minh, the chief of state, sug-
ever, McNamara said. 0 . .1011F
Union exchanged formalproteaU United States coupled an apol would express confidence in to a rally of 30,000 per- gested that Lodge pick up the

over the incident in ogy with the protest. the new ,government. ,Since sons Wednesday at Hue, 40 It was the defense secretary's tab for the champagne.

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2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964


Weather Roundup


a tawa.run TALLAHASSEE (AP) A five-mile stretch of Interstate &t _

i 1 75 in Alachua and Columbia counties has been completed, the

H ".." en .wutu s State Road Department announced.The EDWIN H. ANDREWSAn \
C completed segment of the superhighway stretches from V
.B, 'c, D-Occasional rain State Road 18 in Columbia County south to State Road 236 in

this" afternoon mainly well Alachua Couny. It is a part of a 100-mile stretch of the high- ; ? American Who Likes His
south of the Tallahassee to way south from Lake City which is to be" open to traffic by
ZJ .
Jacksonville area. Otherwise ? ti w r Z .+or July 1. A 45-mile segment from the Georgia line to Lake City Freedom Well EnoughTo
partly cloudy through Friday. a F t already is open to traffic.In s .

Low tonight 45 to 52, high Fri- \ another announcement the Road Department said that a..
J : CAA Bloc
day in 60s. Variable mostly four miles of U. S. 301 North from Waldo in Alachua Countyis Fight

t northerly 5 to 15 mile winds. faaM 7, to be four-laned in a job starting March 20. It is anotherin

A-Partly cloudy through Friday. a series to four-lane the highway from the Georgia line Domination
MHd 'afternoons. Low tonight 44 to 54. \ thigh north of Callahan 104 miles southward to Citra in Marion
Friday 68 to 76.
E. Occasional rain or showers I n County.
this afternoon. Otherwise partly
cloudy through Friday. Low tonight ESTIMATES
50 to."60. high Friday 67 to 77. Variable ww :
Winds mostly northerly 5 to 15 mile Rights Bill Clause Nixed
Occasional: rain or showers likely i

ctoudy-mis through afternoon.Friday.Otherwise Low tonight partly GAINESVILLE WEATHER By Matthews' Constituents
near 60, high Friday 70 to 75. Variable 80% of Gainesville's Homes
I 5 to IS mile winds.
M, I-Partly) cloudy through Friday. Municipal Airport readings
WASHINGTON The public 68 per cent were against; 63 percent I
Chance of a few showers this after for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
noon. Low tonight mainly I In 60s high I accommodations clause of the opposed making the Civil
Friday 80 to 85. Variable 5 to 15 mile High 74 at 2-3 p.m., low 50 at
winds. Civil Rights bill is opposed by Rights Commission permanentand .
.02 inches.
I law-t, K tonight-Partly 68 cloudy to 75 through high Friday.Friday 2 a.m. Rainfall: 77 per cent of the 3,750 resi- 22 per cent were for it and Would Not Qualify UnderCAA's
dents of the Eighth Congress-
CEDAR KEY TIDES 20 per cent were for a federal
ional District who replied to
r : Friday-High at 12:57 a.m. and 1:54 "Fair Employment Practices
.-TEMPERATURES. ELSEWHERE pjn. Low at 7:41 a.m. and 7:52 pjru Congressman D. R. (Billy)\Mat- Commission" and 70 per cent
J-: H L Prep.
Jacksonville 71 50 MARINE FORECAST thews annual legislative ques were opposed.
Miami 80 74 EAST GULF: Variable mostly north tionnaire. Code
Tampa 78 66 erly winds 5 to 15 knots through Fri Proposed Housing
Among the foreign aid ,
Atlanta 64 37 day. Occasional rain this afternoon Matthews issued a report of ques-
I New Orleans 70 46 over north portion. tions, 62 per cent favored denying -
..... 30 27 ALMANAC his findings this week.
i Boston Hun York 36 29 .01 Sunset today .......... 6:35 p.m. the aid to Communist countriesand
51 34 tomorrow' .......... <:41 ajn. He said questions were
Washington Chicago ... 42 34 Sunrise Moonrise tomorrow....... 6:41 a.m. mailed to approximately 50,000 17 per cent were against, Termed "Minimum" by its proponents, the that it must be free of insects, that you can-
Kansas City 52Ft. 29 New Moon .............. March 13 and 58 per cent were opposedto
................. 44 31 residents of his district.On code other
Over PROMINENT STARS continuing the same amounts proposed among things, requires not use portable heating equipment,
Worth 65 34 Arcturus rises ............ 8:53 p.m.
Las Seattle Angeles.. *64> :53 w .,. south Spica of rises Arcturus.,............... ':15 pjn. 50 per the cent civil favored rights the question sixthgrade and forms of foreign aid while that your entire home be heated to 65 degrees bathroom floors must be reasonably imp .r-
16 per cent were in favor. under "average" winter conditions that vious .
literacy level for voting every to water .
Ruby Faces More About and 41 per cent opposed; 18 Other subjects included: room must have 80 square feet of space,

per cent of those questionedwere PEACE CORPS 48 per E

Evans for the public accommo- cent were for and 34 per cent
Friday dations section; 73 per cent op were against. and if your home does not comply, the city manager could

From Page 1 posed eral power giving to the take attorney civil action gen- ored DEFENSE containing- 79 the per cent fav- employ a contractor to make it comply, then bill you, for..ih:. .

The 13thr for any person who claims he spread
have achallenge ,of communism and 4 per cent
[County. They one son,
denied to
was access public
By RELMAN MORIN 4 :Jlf is Harvey College.1V places and 19 per cent approved. were advocating against a, with strong 91 per cent How Has This Code Come About. -- .
to military
DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Attor-I 20 per cent approved techni-
establishment and national defense
S. Talbot the
William (Tiny) cal assistance to accelerate
neys to for put both Jack sides Ruby's say fate espect in only Bother candidate for the school integration and 72 per with 2 per cent opposing It was prepared under supervision of a CAAsince left the city But, the present. Plan

the hands of the jury Friday- I office, to meet him in a public cent were against; 24 per cent HEALTH41 per cent want dominated Plan Board with a leading CAAer Board, under CAA'er :Chairman Arnold Buttas
hospital insurance through Soc- .
the 13th. debate "&r" an open and frank were for witholding federal aid ial Security for the aged with chairman. He was Sheldon Plager, who has has since fully endorsed the code._ : -- '
The lawyers agreed that testimony discussion the problems fac- on federal projects where racial 42 cent .
per opposing.AGRICULTURE
ing our public schools. discrimination is practiced and
will be completed today.
Ruby has not taken the witness Evans was born in West Vir- 73 per ---Who Paved the Way for the Code?--
stand. There are no indications ginia where he attended high eent want a gradual withdrawal -

that he will. school, earned two degrees from Building from the farm economy and ,.

", As the end of the trial neared, Salem College and a masters 12 per cent are against.Gainesville The preparation of the code was made pos- lotion Commissioners Winn, Sutherland and ;

Ruby appeared much the same degree in public school adminI-- Permits Top sible because the present CAA-rnajoriry ComTurlington.. all backed by CAAvoted :,

ACtimes as-he has, he from looks the worried beginning.; at stration West Virginia and supervision University.from He Sun mission voted 3-2 on April 22, 1963, to ask for i it. Commissioner Andrews" votedjjj tnsF. ::

other times, his face is a mask.In was a teacher and principal in Feb. RecordBuilding Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except morn- the Legislative delegation for enabling legis- _: ., ': :-: _-= :. -- :
the last few days, his law- the West Virginia Schools for Ings by the Gainesville Pub- .: : -
i yeXs have been talking more seventeen lishing Company at 101 SE : "' = : ': : :
years. I : ,. :
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permits Issued in 2nd Place. Gainesville. You Be the
Florida Judgef
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frequently with him, putting an After serving six years in the February exceeded those issued and entered as second class -_ ...- M.
arm around his shoulders, patting U. S. Navy during World War matter at the Post Office at I _.. _. t'I
his hand. I for all the months of February Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
II Evans retired lieutenant
I, Buby is charged with murder commander was in the as U.S. in the last five years. RATES I If the CAA maintains its stranglehold on City vine homeowners become law in- the City} ;
p with! malice in the shooting off Naval Reserve.In Permits issued last month totaled CARRIER OR MAIL Commission, will this stranglehold on Gaines- ;
I Lee Harvey Oswald, the ac- $2,526,188 as comparedwith
1948 he moved to Gaines- 1 Week .45
J for
$2,005,391.50 themonths
I'f(1\ clued John F.assassin Kennedy.of The President state demands ville and entered the Universityof of, February from 1959 through 3 Mos. $5.85 i COMMISSIONER EDWIN H. ANDREWS BELIEVES IT WILL ;;
Florida, earning a doctorateof All mall subscriptions must ,
that be sentenced 'J
Ruby ,' education in 1953. He was 1963.The be paid in advance. {)
to-die in the electric chair. His major permit issued was .s. .
employed as Alachua County to the Wingreen Construction Member of Audit Bureau of ., -
defense is
temporary insanity.. Director of Vocational Education Company, of Miami, for the 167- Circulation. Who Thinks FOR Himself 7'
Because of the-plea, his law.yoi's
must prove that he did not from 1956 to 1959. Followingthis room hotel at 13th Street and All material contained herein Is Reflect I I EDWIN H. ANDREWS Instead of FROM a :

kiftw right from wrong nor the period of service he has W. University Avenue. The unitis the Publishing property of the Gainesville Minority Experimenal Bloc -:
Company (c) 1964. Re-
nature and quality of his act devoted his time to farming and billed at 1500000. I production in whole or In part Is ..
to the manufacture of acid stimulation A issued strictly forbidden without the written ,
to Thomas
i win he killed Oswald. p..c Coy I I permission of the publisher. -
Prosecution lawyers contend equipment for the na- for $150,000 covers the cost .
h:did know what he was doing. val stores industry. of a 48-unit apartment building >
They have suggested to the jury "My only promise to the I at 1400 SW 10th Terrace.

1 of:eight men and four -women people of Alachua County is that Charles E. Whitney was is- DO YOU WANT THE TRUTH ABOUT THE CAA? ;

that Ruby had some purpose, I will give them aggressive and sued a permit for $16,000 to _
sueh as "gaining fame and for positive leadership based on I build a three-unit apartment
tune." sound and practical educational building at 3200 NW 21st Street. ,.-

I Weights and contradictory principles. It will be my aim New residential construction 4- -
------ :
-.psychiatric testimony has I to make certain that the educa- was approved in the amount of I The Civic Action Association : -:.:
been given for both sides by tional gains of the last few $626,790.54 new homes are being
specialists. years will not be lost but that built.

j Wednesday the prosecution we continue to move forward Refers You To Its Record -. ::.-: "'_" ..

i called a parade of psychiatric through capable leadership," he Berliners Get _
experts to discuss Ruby's men-' said.

I tat condition, the'meaning of the' "I shall always make decis- I OUR ORGANIZATION IS OPEN AND OUR METHODS ARE DEMOCRATIC "r .. "
f. so-called abnormalities on encephalograms ions in the best interests of our 72-Hour Visits
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( ) A 72hourstopo"er
brain waves-taken when Ruby lend an attentive ear to con- -
was examined and the critical structive criticism and suggest- with relatives will be -FREQUENT MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS ((5 IN 1962, 4 IN 1963)) WITH FULL DEBATES AND DECISIONSBY :

question of whether he was legally ions from any person or group.I allowed West Berliners travel- MAJORITY VOTE NEWS REPORTERS ALWAYS PRESENT =--

sane on Sunday, Nov. 24, will never be guilty of passingthe ing through Communist East MEMBERSHIP FROM CROSS-SECTION OF THE COMMUNITY PROFESSIONAL TRADES BUSINESS'AND'.

when he shot Oswald.Shoplifters. buck, fence straddling, in- Germany to other countries. HOUSEWIVES *-'. ..
Otto Haffner, head of a West -': .
dulging in empire building or. Berlin travel bureau -ELECTED BOARD OF DIRECTORS WHO CARRY OUT POLICIES MADE BY MEMBERSHIP : '-' :
-- specializing .. ..
f Run being dictated to by any poli-, .. -- .-.
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travel --
to Soviet bloc .
tical .- .-,.. .
pressure group.
f! loosing Loot Evans said that he would act countries concession, said will permit Wednesday relatives the WE ENCOURAGE FULL CITIZEN PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS ,".: .
1 as his own campaign treasurerand ::' '
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1t t Fwo shoplifhters In a store named the Florida National separated 2Vi years by the Ber- -WE BELIEVE: OUR EFFORTS HAVE CHANGED LETHARGY INTO PARTICIPATION IN GAINESVILLE _
lin wall to meet in designatedcities -. '
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at the Gainesville -
:J Shopping Bank as his campaign deposi- but not in East Berlin.

store CJnter clerk yesterday, but lost outran their looti a tory. Previous transit visas have WE STAND FOR A PROGRAM OF PROGRESS AND REFORM IN CITY GOVERNMENT-WE r- _Eri 0- ::
limited auto travelers to 24
( >I the process. Romanians Talk hours in East Germany. Rail PROMOTE EFFICIENTLY ORGANIZED AND RESPONSIBLE CITY GOVERNMENTOUR ...
-Two girls, about 17 years-
passengers have not been allowed -
'I'' oB, ran from the Diana TOKYO (AP) Red China CITIES IN THE U. S. WE :
I Stop carrying two dresses and Communist
Romania finished f

wjre pursued by a stored today in wnal Radio Peking Miami Firm HERE IN GAINESVILLE

'rk who lost the girls, called a friendly atmosphere
lyjt got the two dresses which ," but the purpose of the To IslandMIAMI *
fi" were dropped during the talks remained a matter of Buy TO DO THIS, WE ENCOURAGE AND SUPPORT QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR S

r t case. speculation. (AP )- The Herald i PUBLIC OFFICE CANDIDATES WHO THINK FOR THEMSELVES .- .. r..-:
said MackIe Brothers -.. -- -
a Miami

< a Collier County Gulf of Mexico THEMSELVES
finest undeveloped areas. .
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Comment was declined by the -- h- '
4Irs. Ebbie Witt Malphurs, 81, Myron C., Alachua; two daughters company and by the island'sowners r-

Alachua, died yesterday at a Mrs. Myrtle Vaughn, Lake I Co. the, the Collier Development said. -SPEAKING OUT ON IGNORED PROBLEMS, SUCH AS DEPRECIATION OF RESIDENT/]/ \ ..NEIGHBORHOODS AND ;:

MScclenny hospital after an ex- City, and Mrs. Mary Bryan, newspaper ... :::
tended illness. 'I Marco Island, rich in sea SLUM HOUSING
She was a native of Mason Alachua Alachua,; and three Drayton sons and, J.Wal-D., shells and bird life, contains six -SUPPORTING BOND-ISSUE PROGRAMS FOR THE WHOLE CITY AND LONG-RANGE PLANNING FOR ORDERLY: :
City! but had lived in Alachuafor ter, both of High Springs; 13 miles of beach, a stand of tim- GROWTH .
the last 67 years. She was grandchildren and eight great ber and a few homes of old set- -WORKING WITH OTHER LEGITIMATE ORGANIZED GROUPS IN THE COMMUNITY FOR BETTER PUBLIC-- _- I

member of the Springhill grandchildren. tlers. PROGRAMS L '.
Methodist Church.
:Funeral services were at 4 GEORGE T. BRAAKMAN Negroes Off t:

p.m. today in the Bethlehem Lutheran George T. Braakman' 62, 407 Voting Rollsc WE BELIEVE THAT YOU, THE VOTERS, STAND FOR THESE THINGS TOO THAT YOU _THINK,-( ;tU.t-
Church near Mason City 8th St., died at his home

with Rev. J. F. Talton and Dr. Monday.A ( ) New Ytrtc Times SELVES AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO

F:W. Kokomoor officiating. Burial native of Rumania, he had WASHINGTON Sen. AllenJ.

followed in Bethlehem Ceme- lived in Gainesville for the last Ellender acknowledged today :.r

tefy. 16 years. He worked as an ac- that registrars in some parts of CIVIC ACTION ASSOCIATION _
Eallbearers were Warren Mac- countant. He was a member of the South kept Negroes off the

Laren Nevin Graham, Bobby the Episcopal Church. voting rolls by discriminatoryuse I TO JOIN SEND $2 ANNUAL DUES TO ... SI
liGlphurs, Myron Bryan Garland of literacy tests and appli- =
Strickland and Tommy Survivors include a nephew, cation, forms. .

IVUlphurs.3f Bert Crosby, Fort Wayne, Ind. This practice is exactly what 1615 N.E. 19th Lane t 10f :
illiams Thomas was indarge. Williams-Thomas is in charge Title I of the civil rights bill is ..-..

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: this I : Of the 1,400 male
The police applicants
f ,-. morning reported the following it can cut down on cussing 1,083 have jobs. More than 33C
JERSEY CITY N.J., (AP-I persons involved in accidents in of the 2nd Infantry Division women have been employed
Ten of the remaining 13 surgery the city yesterday and today: on KP. from the 501 applicants.The .
division chiefs"at Jersey Medi- The chaplain, Capt. Duie ,
cal Center- ay.they will.resign Clark Jack Dwight, 2119 !;W Okla., was challenged by Housing De p a rtment
tljeir} posts.today.in,a mass protest 13th St., and Edmond Pool, Key- chided them for their : I ranks highest in employment
against_the policies of Mayor stone Heights about 11 a.m. yes If the cooks couldn't go a ) I.with 224 of the 1,415 student
Thomas.J. Whelan. Avenue. would contribute $2 to the workers. The College of Arts
W. University
terday on
on their,letter of resignation, nigan would go on KP.
and Sciences employs the second
the doctors said the Feb. 24 dismissal Johnny Dampsier Jr., 909 NW Half a dozen purple-faced '
highest number of students,
Ute of Dr. Kenneth Judy as 9th Ave., and David Archie Porter press themselves for seven 134. The College of Agricultureand
Medical Center's director spent. the day elbow-deep in
o t surgerjuwas "an intolerable 1519 NW 3rd Ave., about 10 Experiment Station and the
rank third in student
abuse not only for Dr. Judy but a.m. at the intersection of NW Library
employment with over 100 students -
of* the medical profession in 6th Street and 16th Avenue. each.

general.-\Vhelan" replaced Judy with I Flora Alli, Dunnellon, and Ru- Senate

Dr. Earl Halligan, former medical -bin Hill, Lowell, Fla. about 6:30: ":.::
director of the Center.. I jn. today at the intersection of Baker '-10..e. '.
Two other divisional chiefs of .. .
NW 13th Street and 23rd Boule .
t surgery had resigned previously :. .
; blasting the Whelan appointment vard. .,
of Halligan in a letter STrui ffork ufmrs I.
tce Gov. Richard Hughes. Thus Scout Pack WASHINGTON The = :
only three of the staff of fifteen! Rules Committee ended its ..,'
surgery chiefs continue at their vestigation of Robert G. :;
Tours CecilCub
p sts. yesterday. ,."
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Jersey's largest Is affiliated Scout pack 82 and its group have protested. They '" ......
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(Ji-afnrSUil1t iuu THESOUTH Behind the Lodge Victory I IS

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-:-- JOHN B. BABRISOW. PrctUeat am* ( ) Ntm lark {thtttS lost by only 100,000 votes deserves names on the ballot as dele- that he passed the word to

Pvblteheri PAT COWLES. Vie. Preild By JAMES RESTON another chance." gates for Goldwater and the Secretary of State of Ore-

..ti ED JOHNSON Tics FreildeatM4 WASHINGTON The political So large was the Lodge Rockefeller would help these gon that State Department regulations -

BeautifulUniversity EBERSOLE Execmtlf Vie.EdiUri President W. G.and BUI Ad) pros are now betting on margin of victory in New two candidates, but insteadall forbade his entry

DlreeUri BOB TABTAG RALPH McGILL Gov. William W. Scranton of Hampshire, however, that the 14 of the Lodge delegates, into that state's primary election -

City'I lONE, Vic PresideD and CliemUU Pulitzer By Prize Wbtalll PibUtkcrOt Pennsylvania, former Vice other leaders of the Republican all of them almost unknown but this was not .accepted -

.. Muuter. tt. AIUMU 1C*.) CoalUtetiSS President Richard M. Nixon, Party will now be forced were elected, and two as an official withdrawal.

or Ambassador Henry Cabot to review the ambassa- of them defeated the Rockefeller To go further than thisLodgefelt

THE SUN'S POLICY Lodge of Massachusetts for dor's strength as a national and Goldwater campaign would seem to Indicate

A LidLifted the 1964 Republican presidential figure. managers in their own that he would not be available
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns.
nomination. districts. even for a draft by the
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The complete unofficial returns -
-- 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. They seem to agree that were as follows: This has clearly impressed Republican National Conven-

Lodge's spectacular write in Lodge: 33,521 ((35.4 cent) national political observers tion.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments3728441Want victory in the New Hampshire Goldwater, 21,775 ((23 per ; here, but it has not con- It is clear that he does not

Ads-376-4672 primary election Tues- percent want to go this far. He will
); Rockefeller 19,496 ((20.- vinced them that Lodge has
day virtually eliminated both 6 per cent) and Nixon 15,752 emerged as the most likely continue in his -job at least
Off HellIn Sen. Goldwater of Arizona until and whilethis
Barry Republican nominee.He .
((16.6 per cent). Sen. Margaret -
and Gov. Nelson Rockefeller is all right with the John-
... Chase Smith got 2,812 is handicapped in the
-: The UF Classroom 'Mess'The of New York. son administration, it Is
votes and Harold Stassen, 1- race by a conflict of duties.It .
At the time clearly not wholly satisfac-
same they expect .
Braunschweig, G e r- was he who sought a diplomatic
Goldwater to retain sufficient 285.Even tory to other leaders of the
-- indignation expressed by Sec schoolhouse that a proud state has many, the courts of the Bonn strength in a deadlocked Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower appointment in the Republican Party"Rockefeller.

r J retary of State Tom Adams over the provided for them out of its educa- government are lifting the lid convention to transfer got only 46,661 votesin Kennedy administration. Last for example
on hell so that all who wish the New Hampshire prim- when he was 60, he apparently -
---' understandable. year.
"mess" is tional

UF classroom largess. about 250 delegate votes, presumed to say yesterday
E i may peer for a while at the ary of 1952, and while he did felt that his political that
We share in the general amaze most of them from the south, Lodge could not keep
horrors of it. After five At that
years not campaign in the state either days were over. his
ment and join in the indignation The queer thing about all the red of careful planning, locatingof to the man of.his. choice his name was on the time, he let it be known lot and name on the Oregon bal-
and thus decide the issue, "stay on as' ambass-
.-: -"chorus. State officials who talk to tape ritual, the legal maneuvering, witnesses and arrests of bably in favor, not of Lodge pro- ballot and Lodge's was not. that, since he had been in ador." Sen. Jacob K. Javitsof

...: the press about being "friendly" to the technical sidestepping, the delays defendants, the trials of but of Nixon or Scranton. It was not Lodge's victoryso the public service most of New York added: "I do
1 i till some of those who carriedout much the size of the his mature life, he would like believe
and not
:9 F .education are blundering along using postponements, the calling Goldwater has been ambiguous as a candidate can
the war-time mass executions to be considered for a posi-
t ., victory that impressed the receive
red for architectural the in private conversationon consideration
the guidelines of official tape new drawings,
of those whom the Na- Most tion in the field of foreign the
politicians. by American
: and legal hairsplitting to stop action taking of new bids-is that the state zis deemed unfit to be a partof known his second to like choice.Scranton He per-is observers were aware that affairs, but with one provi- he has exposed people himself until -

on the badly-needed and recently ultimately spends more money and the Hitler plan to estab- sonally, but he has expressed neither Goldwater nor Rocke- so.He fully to the American people

: authorized classroom building at the gets less for it. We predict (a la lish a "master race" have be- doubt that the governor is feller had impressed the voters said that he was not in- and given his views on ;

_: University of Florida. Drew Pearson) that this continued gun. well enough known nationallyto of New Hampshire and it terested in a comfortable ceremonial the many questions of' public -

fumbling around with ball will result IT IS WELL for today'sgeneration win. He has also criticized was obvious that the people post, but emphasized issue."
Nixon and were looking around for an- that if there was a "toughjob" Eisenhower faced .
: The Board of Control wants it, the in a building that will be totally inadequate to have this look for personally the loss of the politically other candidate.In to be done, he would Jar problem in 1952. He asimi- ,

.. Governor wants it, public opinion but will actually cost the into hell, because there is, election in 1960, but has this situation, it was expected like to serve. This was .passed home from his duties in Came Par :

-- ... approves it and the University is state more. and as we frightening see every amount day, a vast of said that "maybe a guy who that the well known on by Secretary of State is convinced that he would I

-.: crippled without it. Yet the State hate, prejudice and cruelty Rusk later to Rusk President Kennedyand and not have to fight for the nomination

.:: Cabinet chooses to override the Already some departments are loose in the world today. Thisis BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi proposed that the for president, but
Kennedy agreed found that he had
.. judgment of all qualified authorities saying that they prefer to stay in true of our own country.The position as ambassador to at the to return.
beginning of
:: on the grounds that it would be improper their broken-down quarters rather lid having been lift- Saigon should be made available spend weeks June an .. ed off hell look at it answering ques-
we can
: or technically "unlawful," to than compete for sardine space in a and hear some of those speak ; to him. tions and gathering delegates

.. _. transfer funds or use other avail- new building only half adequate to who worked in it. Ex Ser- 10 UVE an I Lodge has taken this job in order to have a chance to

:: able expedients to secure the build- class needs. Teaching will go on, and geant Otto Keilhorn, S. S. I SUCCESS I II very seriously. He has be- defeat Sen. Robert A. Taft.
I COMES TO I II come deeply committed to the Also, if he
stays in Viet
ing that has been recommended. learning will go on, even if it is donein trooper, seemed almost bored I THOSE WITH I II struggle. He has been con- Nam, his campaign will be in ,
he testified."I .
.. Quonset huts, rented store buildings as I HUMILITY"How sulted on every detail of policy the hands of other men and I

: Functionality, it seems, makes no renovated basements or tents. had my orders," explained i- -' and is known to feel that while his supporters are given
difference. If a man needs bread, Keilhorn, "and be- this is no time to leave Saigon credit for handling t the :

3t sides, I hardly thought aboutit. just when that countryis New Hampshire tactics brilliantly ,
: give him a stone. If he needs a man's The Groves of Academe provide an
recovering from two uprisings some of his well-wish-
: size coat that fits, give him a boy's illustrious precedent. Some noble against the South Vi- ers here thought it was

: jacket. If students and faculty need teaching has been done al fresco. ( Keilhorn, under oath, told etnamese government. mistake to put him into the a 1

classroom space, give them an inadequate And the open-air Plaza of the Amer- the court how Jews were $i Therefore, even after look- Texas primary. This decisiom
rounded in Pinsk at
: undersize building. They can icas in the central campus may take point, relieved of their valu- .Jr ing at the New Hampshire returns was announced yesterday by

: draw lots and take turns every third its place in educational history along ables, marched out of town he has no intention of Robert Mullen, one of his aid-
es, and
the the feeling here is
to enter
week in crowding into their toy with Plato's Athenian groves. and forced to strip to their returning political that Goldwater'
campaign and those closest easily
underwear and then killedas
defeat the
t&n anbassador there
to personally are
the children watched.
coming that he will not and cancel out some of the

I be for of the advantages of the New
pre&fei: any

Voice of the People were"THE driven CHILDREN into a walkingline then primary &?actions. Hampshire What is in prospect. then. is

This creates no problemwith
;I and cut down by fire of three months of a Lodge
either President John- cam-
light machine guns, he said. paign without
"We made sure none of them son or Rusk. They certify will Lodge, and it

i ;' _ On Tke Sun's Opinion PageOpinions = ran off." .. is that he has been meticulously the present not be easy to maintain ,

He said bis S. S. unit exe- 1i1l correct in his handling of this basis. momentum on

end comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cuted about 1,000 Jews his job and the political up- Lodge needs
I must b. signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot "The killings lasted a few come you're not heavyweight championof roar on his behalf. For exam- ular constant pop
exceed 500 words and mutt be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The hours." These mass murders the world and Cassius. Clay is?" ple, it is understood here support If he is to win
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or at the Republican conven-

I intent. took place in 1941. tion, for without it, he is not
: Keilhorn said the S. S. had THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT likely to I
Ordinance mrny people without running students of GHS and help get the backing of

water, people living in fire- them understand why rules, to lie to some of the Jews the Republican state and

; traps, people being suffocatedor regulations, and laws are "that they were being taken county chairmen.

Is ProgressEDITOR made ill by unvented heat mode-too, for your own goo I. away took to their work."children He said A Warning on InflationBy They complain that he wasa
ers, people existing in such be enforced, not broken. by poor campaigner when he
Sun: The lady who hopeless conditions that we STUDENT the hand because they did ran as vice presidential nominee -
I' objects to the proposed housing not want to go alone. He related -
must subsidize them in vari DAVID LAWRENCE concentrate on what happens dictions of the 'Soaring Six- with Nixon In the 1960
ordinance standards on ous ways rather than make it Social that about 1,000 were United States and election. They recall that
Security: assembled first WASHINGTON The average inside the ties, so glowingly painted to-
.. heating has misinterpretedSec. possible for them to have decent at the rail- when he went into Florida in
I station citizen may be think- hence give little attention to ward the end of the last dec
7.9. Portable heating under of
way promise
t flameis conditions and opportu- Good InsuranceEDITOR transfer. Then ing of how to spend his tax- events on this country. Backin ade. But in our eagerness to that campaign, he was "al
employing a they
equipment were
t nities. It is true that we can- cut money or about the political 1929 it was the failure of a enjoy its benefits, we should most incoherent" from exhau-
but ordi- marched outside
- forbidden of
the town to
tt not increase our income by Sun: By campaign that's coming, big Austrian bank which started not forget the hard lessons stion after a hard day and
t nance does not favor gas heat. reading be killed. that
is passing laws, but we can pro- the paper I see Mr. Goldwateris but the bankers of the countryare a chain reaction around the about inflation learned from his speaking schedule
Electric oil heat perfectly -
acceptable or if the equipmentis tect our citizens from being against Social Security and "UPSET CHILDREN were deeply concerned about globe that developed into a the fifties. At a time when in- had to be substantially reduc-

exploited by a few unconcerned Medicare. The he what's going to happen after world-wide upset of the eco flationary trends are already ed.Even
in good condition. An oil reason, separated from their fath-
t heater is relatively inex- or unprincipled landlords.If says, is because people are ers," Keilhorn continued. the full effects of the new tax nomic equilibrium.There evident in the common mar- then, they assert, he
space Gainesville adopts a good next has been of ket, Britain and annoyed state and county
SI pensive and more efficient forced to take it against their "The men were led to the edge law have been felt year, a period Japan, these chairmen
housing ordinance, we can will. not only in America but relative stability in the United lessons are particularly apt by:refusing to coop-
of ditch in small
than the old portable kerosene a
qualify for a special type of groups abroad. States during the last three right now. erate with their schedules, by
and killed. Then the
heater. F.H.A. mortgage financing for Any person understanding shot." The fear of inflation is grow years and business has moved insisting on going to bed most '

I would like to add my sup- good low-rent housing and our Social Security would not need In yet were another trial at Lim- ing among economists. The ahead. A large part of the THE FEDERAL govern- afternoons to rest, and by

port for the proposed ordi- builders can enter this field. to be forced; they would seek burg the offered First National City Bankof industrial capacity was unused ment cannot escape its responsibility failing to show up for par-
government ades
believe it is the opportunity. its monthly and increased for stabilization when he was not In; the
nance. I a highly 5. The National Associationof witnesses and other evidenceto New York, in compe- mood. .
progressive step, for these reasons Real letter, doesn't mince words tition did tend to hold back policy. Though it is important -
Estate Insurance sustain
Boards has men come to your the charge that On the other hand
feels lie price increases. The unemployment that business and labor ap
what it
I Ii ; door about may
record midwives
gone on as favoring the and explain what insur were paid the equi- pearance and experience
1. A minimum standards"tipusing ordinance approach to upgrade ance is and everyone agrees valent of 50 cents in U. S. ahead unless preventive mea figure of 5.5 per cent leaders should recognize thenation's very much in his favor. are
The has served to make labor need for
I -- ordinance functions in housing. It does not violate that it is good. Whether it i is; money to report the births of sures are taken. economists unions stable prices, had a reputation of

-.".-.the same way as our traffic free enterprise or even violate for fire, death, life, etc. It's physically handicapped and of a large bank, with reluctant to press for it is primarily the government's -and haughtiness arrogance when

.t l -:Mcontrols and Board of Health the old law about a man's very good to have a little ex retarded children to the office international as well as national large wage increases. But the job to establish a fiscal he was".In the Senate and for
to deal with new tax cut which will stimulate and frameworkfor
problems monetary
i miff reglations. It is directed primarily home being his castle. No one tra money in an emergency. of a Dr. Hans Hefel eight years as Ambassadorto
ii is going to be Still when the Dr. Hefelmann in every day, are not thinkingof consumer busin ess, a sustained expansion .
== at flagrant violations of dictating the governmenttakes L mann. was economic life. The bank doubtless will be used as a without inflation." the United Nations, but he
.g"- *health and safety standards. temperature of your home or a few pennies from your charge of the Hitler campaign Is a commanding figure be-
f' :=:In our city the vast majority waking you at midnight to pay for Social Security Insur to eliminate all but letter says in part: pretext for a new price-and- These are words that probably fore large audiences, speaks i

search it the there is the and the Nordic. "The goal of higher growth wage spiral. The National will not be given more
:' ssvt these violations are in rent- as opponents of ance, a big fuss.It strong well, is a resourceful debater .-
the ordinance Hefelmann alone is rates should not divert attention City Bank letter says on this than passing consideration
:77 pl1 units which should be sub- make out. The accu. and looks like
ItJ is a
'CH ject to the same kind of proposed ordinance has only a an insurance because ed of 73O "mercy killings" from the fact that the point: because nobody at this time President i

ItJI i supervision few main requirements based it says so right on your bene during Adolf Hitler's cam dangers of renewed inflationare can prove whether the predictions Member of
j : "r that we have for restaurants fit a distinguished
"SINCE THE stimulus
I motels, and other pro- primarily on the recommendations small Anyone having paign to "purify" his so- drawn closer by the $800 to will be fulfilled. The political family, Lodge's '
earnings gets a small cut. Alert- spending will take some timeto
of the State Board of called "master race. million-a-month tax speculative psychology of 1929
.. -fit-making ventures. Why check. People earning big sal work its through the grandfather was Sen. Henry
: Health. ness on the part of monetary way may be pointed to again and
=should a careless or Cabot Lodge Sr., who
.. lous landlord be allowed unscrup-to CORBIN S. CARNELL aries get larger checks.If ALL THIS HAS relevance authorities is therefore essentiaL economy, increasing press- again but it was the failureto ed as chairman of the serv-Foreign

:::; from you don't understand ask in our time. The ultra con- ures on prices and wages will deal with interest rates and Relations Committee
; go on making a profit a probably not be strongly felt
house without screens 0 r GHS Rules an insurance man and if yordon't servative Birch Society until late this and in to keep the price of money during the battle against: the
t "IN VIEW OF our balance- year down which contributed heavily !
right wing argument now
think openly League of Nations.
plumbing? Until some civic your government His father
check declares that it is illegal of-payments situation, it is 1965. to the collapse that came a '/1
agency reqires him to do so, will be enough when was a poet, who died when I
Strength to tax to for recognized.that monetary policy The bank's letter declares few months later.
a he may make no improve- you reach 65, ask him to give persons pay the present ambassador was
the Social Security system of must remain flexible to that the administration's Today the situation i could
I ments, for he has a ready you other insurance besides, seven.
\ EDITOR, Sun: I a studentat and for aid inflation or unwarranted "avowed strategy for dealing
supply of renters. The per- so you will have enough to do: old-age pensions guard against be complicated by Inflationary Ambassador Lodge servedin
;- son seeking low-rent housingin Gainesville High School, you in case your earningscome to blind and crippled chil- movements of capital with inflation reveals a serious pressures that might come the Massachusetts houseof

: Gainseville has ,little to write this in hopes of educating in the small bracket. Or dren. The poor do not deserve to foreign money centers. lack of balance," and from an unstabilized wage and representatives after'a 1

: choose from and many slum parents on the destruction maybe you would like to give any public assistance. The increase in the British adds that the present plan is price structure. This, along career in journalism was
being done at GHS by The argument is that only the bank rate from 4 per cent to 5 to employ fiscal and mone- with somewhat similar elected
c : dwellings rent for $30 to $.tO a up your insurance and go to a problems ,to the. U ,5. Senate
C month. Why should a man skateboards, disobeyed rules state institution. They have useful, productive persons per cent at the close of last tary policy to push for a rapid being encountered when he was 34, and serv-

1 : who yorks hard pay more and misconduct.As free beds. who can pay their own way month served as yet another business expansion while preparing abroad, at least should serveas ,ed there from 1937 to 1953,-except I

a than a forth of his income to should have citizenship recog- reminder that other nationsare to tighten money only a warning that the bene- for, 'a thre yearZHlch in
to skateboards, I feel Don't think they forcing faced again with as a last resort. It is the fear
are once
t live in slum. !- nition. It is wrong, they fur- fits expected from the' boomin the 'armyThus t
a fcOaS
tI I r they are objects of indefinite: Medicare, they have been ther say. to tax to support signs of overheating in their of the inflationary effects that the next several months wide* legislativej ; di-a

2. Other cities have become destruction. Such things passing the buck for years now public schools. All who wishan economies. 'It also becomes a is causing widespread comment must be measured against the plomaticr-and. journalistic nflitery, :

aware that a code governingnew cause broken bones, loss of to keep you from getting ii. education, they say, can new factor in international among bankers. The economic after effects that pen! nce,. and hai,1ii.:added

housing is not enough. memory, in one case, and It really has nothing to do with get it by going to libraries money market relationships." bank letter concludes: will be felt long after the 1964' advantage :o :ba'i1iiz.erved: ,

Over 740 cities have passed other damages. the vote. You vote for whomever if they cannot pay their way Many observers of the economic "The tax cut promises to presidential election has 'passed vigorously;:in'*the:cdd-! war, .i
ordinances setting minimal you want to, but I would for their inclined to fulfill some of the into
up Furthermore, students by vote for the schooling. picture are rosy pre history. r.ot only at the U. N. but in
man who is kind
standards to be maintained in There also is murderous an- South Vietnam.
? turfing at school, are disobey enough to help the people.
; housing. ing the rules of Gainesville ti-Semitic and anti-Negro hatred POTOMAC FEVERBy Accordingly, Washington -

3. An ordinanee is binding High. I believe if a more def Those people who are protecting on the part of a good is pleased with his dramatic -

upon landlord and tenant. It inite set of rules were made, the insurance and advocating 1- many persons in this coun- Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau emergence into the race.
: "gifts" will try. Political hate which flour- It does not quite believe ,
the manageto yet
gives landlord and enforced the
protection against some destructionof legal today in ,the Gainesvillearea teenagersof give you a free institutional ished against President Kennedy The White House tries to place 5Q women in top federal 'jobs. Pity the poorhousewife. that he is a front runner,

his property or willful mis- would be more responsible home and that will cost the was irrational and No sooner does she start to relax after raising a batch of kids than but .ft gratified that beset;

use of it and able as the leaders Of tax-payer and the government fierce. some slave-driver comes along and tries to force her back to work. hack the bid of GoMwater to
Perhaps it helps all of us a, win
4. Gainesville has serious tomorrow. plenty. control of the Republiccan -
a for the Germans to lift this Russia wants to expand trade with us. So now Khrushchev is going to bury us Party for the extreme
housing problem. We have This I will reach the
hope, SENIOR CITIZEN lid off helL in trading stamps, huh conservatives.
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964
--- ers' board
:m COLORED NEWSB. Baptist Association with Rev I chairman of finance. .bitiiarit

T. F. Davis, i-tioderator, was organized -

(Jiaf1ttsuil1 iun F. Childs, Colored News Editor [ receiixUy at the Mt. MRS. PATSY H. DAVIS
Carmel Bapti-it Church and the WILLISTON NEWS Final rites for Mrs. Patsy H.
j TALLAHASSEEThe Mary Acosta, both of Tampa, officers are -iis follows: Levi Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, reporter -Davis of Micanopy, who died

were guests of Miss Daniels' relatives -Griffin, pres.=tft: ; Rufus Moss, March 6, at her home followinga
11th Annual Institute of
here yesterday.Mrs. vice presid rV.; Mrs. Mable NOTICE lingering illness, will be conducted -
the Florida A&M University College -
Crawford, jculjcording secretary The Heroines Saturday March 14 at
JOHN K. HABRISON FrciMntPmblUbcn aM Society of Wil- ,
of Law scheduled March Sarah Hall of Miami
PAT COWLES. Vic. Fre l- ; Mrs. Ann io Mae Webber, listen has pledged its 1:30 p. m. from the Mt. Bethel
20-21, will feature as its two principal -is guest of friends here for two sup-
'e l ED JOHNSON. Tie PrctUcmt
assistant Church with
secretary; Mrs. Julie port to the educational and religious the Rev.C. .
W. G. (BID) speakers the Hon. HirmanR. weeks.
Florida's mud Executive EilUri ,
Beautiful Littles fShsince : L. Dennison Interment
EBER80LE. Vie President ui A 4- Cancio, attorney-general of secretary; upbuilding of Williston officiating.
'University City' TertUlDf Director BOB TARTAG- the Commonwealth of Puerto Mrs. Sallie Mae Edwards and Mrs. Annie (1'Sdwell, treasurer -Community.The I will follow in the Mi-

f IJONE. Vic. rreildemt Mi4 Clre I- Rico, and Atty. Carmel Carring- daughter, Daphne, of Jacksonville ; and Mrs. J"-/ala Smith, chap- motto of the society is I canopy Cemetery. These services -

ties 1I..er. ton Marr, advisor on politicaland are visiting in the University -ain. "Lift as You Climb." I are under the directionof
City with friends for a This is the Hughes & Chestnut Funeral -
legal affairs, the United IN MEMORLU organization asking I
States Mission to the United Nations week. for your full support at its,

1. Report the news fully and i impartially in the news columns.' Mrs. Jane Williams returnedto Sad but JoV \'g memory of Palm Sunday program, Mar.I MR. \TRTIAL S. SMITH
3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. our dear mothi !r, Mrs. Catherine -22, at 2 p.m. The place where I
f Gainesville yesterday from Final rites for Mr.
3. Publish all sides of important controversial! issues. Atty.-General Cancio will deliver Elizabeth Wanton, who departed program will be presented will Virgil
the keynote address Friday Augusta, Ga., where she was Smith Sr. of 321 N. W. 8th Ave.,
this life i l March 4, 1942. be announced later.
The Sun's telephones: All Departments3728441Want morning, March 20, at 10 called because of business. I who died March 9, at the Ala-
Ads-376-4672 a.m. at a combined all-uni! Master Benjamin F. Jackson,. You are gone\I but not forgot AILING AT HOME I chua General Hospital followinga
ten. Our love fc'r still lin lingering illness, will be conducted
and of Law
versity College con- of Jacksonville you
r was visiting i Rev. R. S. Tyre, Post Office
: vocation In Lee Hall Auditorium.Atty. with his relatives the past week- gers. When low are the lights Box 1362, Tarpon Springs, is I Saturday March 14, at
2:30 from the Mt Pleas-
of life for us, a nd things'are p.m.
end here.
jt The UF Classroom 'Mess'l banquet. Marr will be the institute Miss Mattie Mae Murrell, of not going so weB we just whisper ailing Rev.at Mr.his Tyre's home.friends are I, ant M. E. Church with the Rev.
speaker Saturday to the Lord si Misses W. M. Ferguson officiating. In.
I -- evening, March 21. Tampa, passed through Gaines- prayer. asked to call, write or visit terment will follow in the Mt.
: The indignation expressed by Secretary schoolhouse that a proud state has ville yesterday en route to Jack- Amanda and .Lillian Young, him. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re Pleasant Cemetery. These

.: of State Tom Adams over the provided for them out of its educa- Theme of thelnstitute" "Admi sonville to visit at Edward Waters daughters. porter. I services are under the directionof

: UF classroom "mess" is understand- tional largess. nistration of Justice, will pro College. LACROSSE NEW.SCONVALESCING : I the Hughes & Chestnut Fun-
vide topics for both speakers. James Madison, of Daytona I
: .iDle. We share in the amazement eral Home.
general Beach, passed through Gaines- CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew
: and join in the indignation The queer thing about all the red Others on the program will ville yesterday en route to High The following psrsons, who I Jerusalem Missionary
include a number of renowned I !MR. ED HINES
: horus. State officials who talk to tape ritual, the legal maneuvering, legal authorities who will de- Springs to visit with his sister, are ailing at their ..homes, were Baptist There will be a Final rites for Mr. Ed Hines

: the press about being "friendly" to the technical sidestepping, the de- liver 30-minute lectures on a Mrs. Ethel Rivers, and other reported as soma*',.ftat improv.edMrs.DonisReedand Young People's Program I of 1354 S. E. 1st Terrace who

k : education are blundering along using lays and postponements, the callingfor variety of controversial subjects, relatives. Oran March 15. Sunday School, 9:45 died March 10, at Alachua Gen-

: -the guidelines of official red tape new architectural drawings, the growing out of the theme and SLATES MEETINGThe Jones, son of Re,\,. and Mrs.G. a.m.; morning worship 11 a.m. eral Hospital following sudden
L. JanaSINGERS The sermon will be preachedby
ranging from international law illness, will be conducted Monday
and legal hairsplitting to stop action taking of new bids-is that the state Pallbearers Lodge No. Elder Camp, pastor of the
to criminal and civil law. March 16, at 2:30 p. m.
ron the badly-needed and recently ultimately spends more money and 54, pride of Gainesville, will TO AlP'EAR Church of God by Faith. After from the Greater Bethel A.M.E. .-

E authorized classroom building at the gets less for it. We predict (a la The institute, which also serves -meet at the regular meeting IN PROGRAMThe noon worship. 3 p.m. The ser Church with the Rev.. W.-

E University of Florida. Drew Pearson) that this continued as a "homecoming" activityfor place today at 8 p.m., Gospel HaIm:t1 ets, singers mon will be preached by Eld- S. White officiating. Intermentwill
College of Law alumni, will il er Banks from LaCrosse. Evening -
follow in the Pine Grove
fumbling around with ball will resultin from the Mt. Hcjrman Baptist -
attract number of NOTICE 7:30 The
a FAMU law worship, p.m. sermon These services
: The Board of Control wants it, the a building that will be totally inadequate graduates as visitors to the cam- There will be dinners sold in Church. will af : Car: in a will be preached by Elder under Cemetery.the direction of the are
Hughes -
I I:: Governor wants it, public opinion but will actually cost the pus and as participants in the the dining room of the Mt. Olive !- musical program at' :Me Churchof Forman from Melbourne. Everyone & Chestnut Funeral Home.
God in Christ wa'h
E approves it and the University is state more. program. Among these will be: Primitive Baptist Church is invited. Rev. D.

..: crippled without it. Yet the State James Matthews, recently appointed on Saturday, March 14, beginning Henry March 15 Williams at 8 p astor, on Joiner, pastor; Doris Bennett, vis, pastor; Mrs. Catherine Mc-
municipal judge at Opa- at 12 noon in the interest p.m. reporter.Mt. .

t .: .Cabinet chooses to override the Already some departments are Locka; Edward Rogers, West ; of Choir No. 1 of the For an evening n r superb Herman Baptist Sunday Gill, reporter.

r : judgment of all qualified authorities saying that they prefer to stay in Palm Beach; and Horace Goodeof Church. The menu consists of entertainment: plan now to be School, 9:30 ajn.; morning -

on the grounds that it would be improper their broken-down quarters rather Pensacola. the following: Chitterlings, rice, present. Mrs. Betty 17 B vis, re- service, 11 a.m. The speakerwill SPECIAL NOTICEThe

: or technically "unlawful," to than compete for sardine space in a Appearing on the will greens, potato salad, potato porter. be Rev. R. Harrison. Choir Rev. T. D. Davis, pas-
S program pies, corn bread and barbecued No. 3 and Ushers' Board No. tor and also from
: transfer funds or use other avail- new building only half adequate to be two Jacksonville lawyers, chicken. congregation
: able expedients to secure the build- class needs. Teaching will go on, and Atty. Leander J. Shaw Jr., Du- cold drinks 10 cents.per For plate delivery 2 will serve. Afternoon worship Spring Hill Baptist Churchwill
3 Rev. L. W. Was.'lington conduct service at
p.m. a joint
: ing that has been recommended. learning will go on, even if it is donein val County public defender, and service after 12 noon call PROGRAM SET and congregation from the Mt. Herman Baptist Church

Quonset huts, rented store build- Atty.in Alfred R. Taylor, assist Fr. 2-0683, Fr. 2-4043 or Fr. 2- The choral group 06 LodgeNo. Lake City will be in charge of today at 8 p.m. Mrs. L. M.
ant the Duval County solid-
:: Functionality, it seems, makes no ings, renovated basements or tents. tor's office. Their late 1963 appointments -6123. Mrs. Elnora P. Hamilton 113 will render a p rogram the service. The public is in- Clark, sponsor; Rev. A. L. Jordan -
; reporter.
I : difference. If a man needs bread, to the Duval public today, March 12, at 8 } .m. at vited. Rev. A. L. Jordan, pas- pastor.

: give him a stone. If he needs a man's The Groves of Academe provide an defender's and solicitor's staffs MEETING INTERESTINGThe the Philadelphia Baptist Churchat tor; Mrs. Elizabeth Kim-

: size coat that fits, give him a boy's illustrious precedent. Some noble set rida a for precedent the in northern Flo- Calavers Men's Club There Waldo.is no admission price, brough Church, reporter.of God by Faith No. Reds ReadingIke

I : jacket. If students and faculty need teaching has been done al fresco. year. held a very interesting meeting but a free-will offering ws 11 be 1 Sunday School, 10 a.m.;, MemoirsMOSCOW

: classroom space, give them an inadequate And the open-air Plaza of the Amer- Atty. Shaw, the son of Dr. on Wednesday at 8 p. m. accepted. Bible Study, 12 noon; !W. W.

: undersize building. They can icas in the central take Leander J. Shaw, dean of the at the Recreation Center. C., 5:45 p.m.; and evening wor
campus may
: Graduate School at Florida The following members were ship, 7:15 p.m. Elder J. C.' (AP) The magazine -
:: draw lots and take turns every third its place in educational history along Claude C. Ford World Economy and Inter-
A&M, received his law degree present: presi- McKnight, pastor; R. L. Hutchinson -
E week in crowding into their toy with Plato's Athenian groves. from Howard University, Wash- dent; Val Warren, vice president -SPECIAL NOTICE reporter.St. national Relations has begun to

ington, D.C. He formerly taughtin ; Oscar Williams, secre- The State Uniform Com pan- Paul C.M.E. Morning print some chapters of the I

vIj the FAMU College of Law. tary; and William Banks, repor ies of the Grand Union 1 Pallbearers worship, 11 a.m.; and evening memoirs of former President
I ter. will meet Friday at Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Soviet -
Atty. Taylor is a graduate of worship, 6:30: p.m.
Tuskegee Institute and former 8 p.m. at the First Consf titu- Mt Olive Primitive Baptist news agency Tass an-

.1 = :Voice of the People high school principal in Missis- TO SPONSOR QUARTERLY* tional Baptist Church, Coi ner Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; nounced Wednesday night. I

i sippi and Florida. He receivedhis SERVICE of Desota St., and Lincoln A\ a., morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Almost nothing about President -

law degree from the University The West Coast Ministers and at Lake Wales. evening worship, 6 p.m.: Rev. Eisenhower has been printed

I of Southern California.The Deacons Union Choir will sponsor The enrollment fee is $2. 00.I H. Kinsey, pastor. in the Soviet Union since the

Ij ===On The Sun's Opinion Page=== its quarterly service on Mrs. M. Ferrell, Captain; Ou tr- Spring Hill Baptist Sunday blowup of the four-power con-

j institute is designed as ,March 15, Sunday, at 3 p. m. lie Ross, state director; Mi s. School, 10 a.m.; morning wore ference in Paris following the

Opinion and comments of Sun readers arc we tcome,in the Voice of the People column. Letters a continuing legal educational I at the St. Paul Baptist Church P. L. Scott, state secretarj r; ship, 11 am.; and evening worship -U2 flight into the Soviet Unionin I
be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be Withheld if requested. A letter
not must exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used.should The program information for the purpose of imparting -at Newberry with Rev. G. G.i Mrs. Katie Green state Ire: a- 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Da- 1960.

j Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or to lawyers, McArthur, pastor. .1
U intent. judges, law teachers, students ** u
and laymen. Sessions of the in- ANNIVERSARY w THE CC )NSERVAITVE VIEWPOINT
people without running students of GHS and
many help
OrdinanceIs stitute will be held in the Moot
I The choral of LodgeNo.
water in fire- them group
people living understand why rules,
Court Room in the FAMU College 113 will celebrate its 1st
traps, people being suffocatedor regulations, and laws are
of Law building.Saturday's .
ProgressEDITOR made ill by unvented heat- mode-too, for your own good'be anniversary on Monday, Mar A Warning InflationBy
16, at 8 p.m. at the Mt. Moriah on
ers, people existing in such enforced, not broken. sessions will feature -
Sun: The lady who hopeless conditions that we STUDENT topics of interest to the Baptist Church. -
objects to the proposed hous- During the anniversary, there
must subsidize them in various Chi
Upsilon Legal
DAVID LAWRENCE concentrate what dictions of the
on happens 'Soaring Six-
standards be several "Choirs in Pare- I
ordinance on
ing ways rather than make it Social Security: will hold its regular meet- ade". WASHINGTON The average inside the United States and ties,' so glowingly painted to-
p heating has misinterpreted possible for them to have decent ing in Tallahassee on March 21. citizen may be thinking hence give little attention to ward the end of the last dec

Sec. 7.9. Portable heating flameis conditions and opportunities Good InsuranceEDITOR Composed of lawyers throughout DINNERS TO-BE SOLD 9. of how to spend his tax- events on this country. Back ade. But in our eagerness to

equipment employing a It is true that we can- the state, the organizationis cut money or about the political in 1929 it was the failure of a enjoy its benefits, we should
Dinners and
forbidden but the ordinance whole pies
not increase our income by headed by Atty. Malcolm Cun- that's coming big Austrian bank which start- not the
does not favor heat. Sun: By reading be sold at the home of Mm. campaign forget hard lessons
,! Electric or oil heat is gas perfectly passing laws, but we can pro- the paper I see Mr. Goldwateris ningham, West Palm Beach, Cora Anthony, 2111 S. E. Haw.. but the bankers of the countryare ed a chain reaction around the about inflation learned from

acceptable if the equipment tect our citizens from being against Social Security and president. thorne Road, on Saturday'. deeply concerned about I,lobe that. developed into a the fifties. At a time when in- (

is in good condition. An oil exploited by a few unconcerned Medicare. The reason, he Attendance at the institute is March 14. Proceeds will be used what's going to happen after viorld-wide upset of the econ flationary trends are already I

t heater is relatively inex- or unprincipled landlords.If says, is because people are open to the public. Information for the building fund of th the full effects of the new tax tanic equilibrium. evident in the common market :
space and more efficient Gainesville adopts a good forced to take it against their concerning the institute may be Friendship Baptist Church. ;. law have been felt next year. There has been a period of Britain and Japan these f

pensive the old kerosene housing ordinance, we can will. obtained by writing R, L. Williams not only in America but re i'ative stability in the United lessons are particularly apt
than portable
qualify for a special type ofF.H.A. EASTER J1 abroad. St a tea during the last three right now. .
chairman PRACTICESJ j
heater.I program
mortgage financing for Any person understanding and business has
is movedah
PLANNED The fear of inflation growing ye Eirs
Thomas Miller Jenkins dean of
add good low" '' .zrdaTl'I our Social Security would not needto economists. The e ad. A large part of the THE FEDERAL
would like to my sup- the College of Law, Florida There will be Easter Practio- among government
port for the proposed ordi builders canemeWSPfea&! be forced; they would seek A&M University.ST. es at the Friendship Baptist First National City Bankof industrial capacity was un- cannot escape its responsibility -

nance. I believe it is a highly 5. The National Associationof the opportunity. Church each Tuesday and Thurs- New York, in its monthly us til, and increased competition for stabilization
for these reaHfS letter, doesn't mince words did tend to hold back policy. Though it Is important -
1 progressive: step, Real Estate Boards has Insurance men come to your day at 5:50: p.m. until the timeof
gone on record as favoring the door and explain what insur- AUGUSTINE the program, which is scheduled about what it feels may lie pri se increases. The unexn- that business and labor

i ; standards ordinance approach to upgrade ance is and everyone agrees I for March 29. ahead unless preventive measures plo: pnent figure of 5.5 per cent leaders should recognize the
; A minimum housing. It does not violate that it is good. Whether it is Rabbi Norman Diamond, of : are taken. The economists has served to make labor unions nation's need for stable prices,

') 32Sising ordinance functions trafficcontrols in free enterprise or even violate for fire death, life etc. It's Temple Beth El, Daytona Beach, PROGRAM ONMENTALRETARDATION of a large bank, with i reluctant to press for it is primarily the governrnensjobtoesjabl1hafj-

'-the same way as our the old law about a man's very good to have a little extra was guest speaker on the cam- international as well as national larg B wage increases. But the
{ and Board of Health
home pus of Florida Memorial College I The second in series of1 i problems to deal, with new tax cut, which will stimulate cal and monetary frameworkfor
-- It is directed being castle. No one money in an emergency.Still i a ,
pri2SArily -
I jations. violations of is going to be dictating the when the governmenttakes here, March 8 and 9, under the : programs on Mental Retardation k every day, are not thinking r consumer business, a sustained expansion
at flagrant temperature of your home or a few pennies from your auspices of the Jewish Chautau- will be held at the Mt economic life. The bank doub tless will be used as a without inflation."
and standards.
=lth the safety vast waking you at midnight to pay for Social Security insur- qua Society,. the Rev. Ottie L. Carmel Baptist Church. ,I says in part: pretext for a new price-and- These are words that probably -

f mour city violations majority in rent- search it, as the opponents of ance, there is a big fuss. West, director of religious life, Parents and friends are in- l'Of"The goal of higher growth wage spiral. The National will not be given more
:these are the ordinance make out. The acting as host. vited to attend each programand should not divert attention City Bank letter says on this than passing consideration,
which should be subject
-aHmits -
proposed ordinance has only a It is an insurance because feel free to ask questions. '' from the fact that the point because nobody at this time
t kind Rabbi Diamond's
the of
to -
superJ3sfeion few main requirements based it says so right on your bene- appearancehere These programs are being dangers of renewed inflation can prove whether the pre-
that we have for restpStants was part of a nationwide
primarily on the recommendations fit check. Anyone having sponsored by the Alachua County ire drawn closer by the $800iziilhionamonth "SK5CE THE stimulus to dictions will be fulfilled. The
motels and other propfttmaking of the State Board of small earnings gets a small program conducted by the Jew- Pupil Personnel Departmentand ; tax cut. Alert-. spending will take some timeto speculative psychology of 1929

ventures. Why Health. check.People earning big sal- ish Chautauqua Society, for the other interested citizens of jiess on the part of monetary work its way through the may be pointed to again and

should a careless or unscrupulous CORBIN S. CARNELL aries get larger checks.If purpose of acquainting American the city and county. .authorities Is therefore essen- econom y, increasing pressures again, but it was the failure
landlord be allowed to with the
youth more fully on prices and will
#aLt i wages to deal with interest rates and
go on making a profit from a you don't understand, ask Judaic component of the West- 'probahljr: not be strongly felt
to the
v SPECIAL NOTICE keep price of
house without screens 0 r GHS Rules an insurance man and if youdon't ern world's Judeo-Christian tra t money
until late this and in
I balance-
think The fifth Sunday Ministers, "IN VIEW OF our year down which contributed heavily
? Until civic your government dition. "
plumbing some check will be enough when Deacons, Laymen's and Wornen's payments: situation, it is 1965. to the collapse that came a
agency reqires him to do so, Need business meeting recognized that monetary po- The b ant', letter declares few months later.
I make StrengthEDITOR you reach 65, ask him to give On Sunday, Rabbi Diamond auxiliary
her ments: may, for he has no a improve-ready you other insurance besides, spoke to the FMC student body will be held at the Mt. Olive btry' must remain flexible to that ttxs administration's Today the situation could

t supply: of renters. The Sun: I, a studentat so you will have enough to do and faculty on the topic "Beliefin Primitive Baptist Church gi'tard' against inflation or un- "avowed strategy for dealing be complicated by inflationary
per- Gainesville High School, you in case your earningscome God." with Rev. H. Kinsey, pastor, today warranted movements of cap- with inflation reveals a serious pressures that might come
son seeking low-rent housing write this in hopes of educat- in the small bracket Or at 8 p.m. it:il to foreign money centers. lack of balance," and from an unstabilized wage and

choose inl Gainseville from and has little slum to ing parents on the destruction maybe you would like to give In the college chapel Mondayhe During this meeting, there TL1a increase in the British' adds that the present plan is pricestructure.. This, along

many being done at GHS by up your insurance and to a spoke on "The Hebrew Fain will be the election of officers. fa n.kratefrom4percentto5pe to emplcrjr fiscal and monetary with somewhat similar problems
dwellings rent for $30 to $40 go "
month. Why should skateboards, disobeyed rules state institution. They have ly. i r cent at the close of last policy to posh for a rapid being encountered

who yorks hard a man and misconduct. free beds. Later in the day he served as PRISCILLA COURT NO. 29C mccth served as yet another business expansion while pre- abroad at least should serveas
pay more MEETINGThe rejoinder! that' other nations paring to tighten money only
a warning that the benefits
guest lecturer before class -
than a forth of his income to As to skateboards, I feel Don't think they are forcing the Hebrew Prophets,a and also on Priscilla Court No. 296, ares faced once again with as.a last resort It is the fear expected from the boom

live in a slum. they are -objects of indefinite Medicare, they have been spoke to a Humanities class on Heroines of Jericho, will meet skIms: of overheating in their of the infblkmary effects that in the 'next several months

2. Other cities have become destruction. Such things passing the buck for years now "Contemporary Religion and Friday, March 13, at 8 p.m. in economies. It also becomes a is causing widespread comment must be measured against the

aware that a code "governing cause broken bones, loss of to keep you from getting it the Masonic Hall. new factor in international among bankers. The economic after effects that

I ner. housing is not enough. metnory, in one case, and It really has nothing to do with Morality. I All members are requestedto moioey! market relationships." bank letter concludes: will be felt Jong after the 1964

I I Over 740 cities have passed other damages. the vote. You vote for whom- attend and come prepared to Hjtany observers of the eco- "The tax cut promises to presidential election has passed -

ordinances setting up minimal ever you want to, but I would PERSONALSMrs. pay all their endowments for DOC jjc picture are inclined to fulfill some of the rosy pre- into history.
standards to be maintained in Furthermore, students, by vote for the man who is kind I Gussie Gamble, state the year because it is near

all' housing. turfing at school, are disobeying enough to help the people. mother of the Churches:of God time for the Grand Court to t POTOMAC FEVER .
the rules of Gainesville in Christ and sister of
BishopH. convene.
3. An ordinance is binding High. I believe if a more definite Those people who are pro- Williams and also Mrs. A. __ l .

upon landlord and tenant. It set of rules were made, tecting the insurance and ad- Washington, Miss J. Lewis, S. SISTER JANIE STURKES By Fletcher Knebel, Cowius: Washington Bureau

I gives the landlord some legal and enforced, the teenagersof vocating give you"gifts"a free will institutionalhome manageto R. Lewis and Sam Morton, all AILING White House tries to place 50 women in top federal jobs. Pity the,poorhotmewife.

I protection against destructionof today in the Gainesvillearea and that will cost the of Miami, were visiting relativesand Sister Jane Sturkes. is ailing No sooner does she start to c Iaz after raising a batch of kids than

his property or willful mis- would be more responsible tax-payer and the government friends in the UniversityCity and confined to bed at her homein saine slave-driver comes along and tries;. to force her back to work.
use of it and able as the leaders of recently. Mrs. A. Washington Rutledge.

4. ,Gainesville has a serious tomorrow. plenty. reporter. BOARD ORGANIZESThe I'jussia; wants to expand trade with 114. So now Khrushchev U going* to bury us

I I housing problem. We have This, I hope,'will-. reach the SENIOR CITIZEN Miss Betty ,Daniels and Miss Layman's Movement ush, in J jrading- stamps, tyih? .. ) ,

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Life SaverAn

1 exhibit on display at the OLD GUARD MONEY SUPPORTING -
Florida State Museum could bea

M r er w real lifesaver.The .

how a exhibit rattlesnake, which works explains, contains THE OPPONENTS OF WINN AND BUTT ? ?

r ; d eight different species of
rattlers all live. Three are

common from to Florida the Southwestern and eightare YOU KNOW THE ANSWER !

United States. I .
Included in the exhibit are the
Eastern Diamondback
." J the Ground or Pigmy RattIer'l
J7i N and the Canebrake BYRON WINNProtested
found in Florida; and the Mojave -
BlacK Tailed, Moj a v e
Desert Sidewinder, Prairie and
Western Diamondback Rattlers, the secret meetings of the old guard's 4-1 Bloc WINN'S OPPONENT was one of that Old Guard
which are found in the West-
Bloc of 4.
ern U. S.
r IL
f Dr. Walter Auffenberg, asso-

said ciate the curator exhibit for is the one museum of sever-, Led this year's people's majority in abolishing payment of your WINN'S OPPONENT went along with rebatestax

.Q 4e. al planned to show the different dollars as rebates to old guard suburban developers. to his Old Guard Friends.
types of animals found in the
1t The exhibit is open from 9:30a.m. : corWINN'S OPPONENT voted to down-grade the
to 5 p.m. Monday through Voted to keep faith with the University on zoning the SAE

Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on area so that an Old Guard owner could erect
ner (West Univ. Ave. Cr 13th Street)
t y Sunday. a filling station.

III New BritannicaHas
ry aSyh' 4 kr 4 Articles Voted to let the courts decide whether the people's majority was vigorously protested

By UF Profs right in protecting the Unviersity & Stopping Sewer Rebate Deals. voted against letting the impartial courts de-

cide.Protested I

CHICAGO (SpecialFour)
residents of Gainesville, all con-
and voted home-owners WINN'S OPPONENT voted make YOU THEin
I .4'' ; nected with the University of against raising sewer charges to ,
$ ,'it" .'to...
: Florida, are among the 473 new
order lower industrial HOMEOWNER
r r yaThere's p' to sewer charges. carry the increased burden.
; contributors to the 1964 Encyclopedia

more than one way to view the vernal profusion Britannica.
of dogwood and redbud that suddenly exploded George Robert Bentley, professor
r ,along Gainesville streets this week. The upside- of sciences and logic, con- Saw to it that the East Gainesville Sewer Project' was included WINN'S OPPONENT refused to include this
down look is recommended by Dolores LaPerche, 21- tributed the article, Freed- in the Old Guardcarlfer
year-old University of Florida coed. (Sun photo by men's Bureau. Peter Lisca, whois in the bond issue you approved I last month. project spending pro-
; Tommy Lewis) assistant professor of English, posals.
." wrote the article, John Ernst

It i ii I .. Living Cost Rise I Steinbeck.professor in Graduate philosophy research, Charles -

ROME (AP-The cost of living ing the total rise for the 12 article W., Morris Celia ,Fiennes.contributed: George the Old Guard Money Can't Hide The Old Guard Record

I I 1 ll in Italy rose another one months since January, 1963, to Coleman Osborn, who is professor -
per cent during January, bring- 7.6 per cent. of history and social
:J sciences, prepared the article,
I I Frederick Theodore Freling-

\ magnificent huysen.Contributors to the 1964 Britannica BYRON WINN JR ARNOLD BUTTCITY

total 9,522, the largest RE-ELECT ELECT
IVIaejthe r :x: number in the 196-year historyof
the reference set. The late
f. President Kennedy was himself
; I a contributor, as is President
I Lyndon B. Johnson, who wrote
the; biography of Sam Rayburnof

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I 1 Hampshire Results Cloud 1 ,

l I'l Already-Jumbled. GOP Picture I

I'IJI Lodge Honored- By Victory I I 'Losers' Race In Calif. II III HEY KIDS -

t I SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP- the Lodge victory, are planning I
Nrm ftorh Stmra surgents.; FL The California primary June 2 intensive efforts in this key;'
SAIGON U. S. ambassador Lodge was in a good humor : '!n will be a two-man contest between state. I'

Henry Cabot Lodge, after receiving army radio reports : gj the big losers in New I Rockefeller flew into Sacra-, '
obviously delighted by his vic- that he was leading in ii; : Hampshire-Sen. Barry Gold- mento, the California A NATIONAL WANT AD WEEK I

tory in the New Hampshire Re- the primary returns. The 61- water and Gov. Nelson A. Rock Wednesday within capital'l
publican presidential primary, year-old Bostonian was an un- I fI efeller. conceding victory to Lodge.

said today that he had been ac- successful vice-presidential running It's too late for the surprise will be here through Saturday

corded a great honor. mate,to Richard. M.Nixon 4 winner in New Hampshire, Ambassador morning. SPECIAL

Lodge said his position as en0Y. in 1960. Henry Cabot Lodge, or. Goldwater will come to Cal-
i'1 ..\ to South Vietnam forbade Lodge has remained in the anyone else to enter this state's ifornia Friday from his home in I .
him from talking politics but background during McNamara's primary in search of its giant Phoenix, Ariz. He has announced -
that a statement would ,be fact finding mission :;.i bloc of 86 votes. he will be "busy all
here. But the defense ,secretaryand Write-in votes, which week" I
made on his behalf in New gave campaigning.As FOR YOU!
England. The ambassador'sson Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh Lodge his victory in New Hamp- Rockefeller began his '

George C. Lodge, cam- were virtually ignored by news- shire, are not allowed.So ifornia swing he continued to Cat'I'I
paigned for him in New Hamp- men when the'group returnedto the California primary will terpret Lodge's victory "as
shire. .Saigon this afternoon.' provide the clear-cut test that tribute to a New England nativeson. I
I Lodge,was met with a shout: had been anticipated originallyin .
Grinning broadly and wavmg "You have been declared the I
New Hampshire-between In Phoenix, where he arrivedby I
to newsmen, Lodge looked "
winner in New Hampshire. conservative and liberal before I
like a candidate although he Republicanism jetliner just midnight,
Lodge'replied severely: as represented by Goldwater told a group of home-j!
stated that he was not resign-
.There will be a statement in I Goldwater and Rockefeller, re- towners who met him that I
ing or leaving Vietnam.He .
New England about that. I
am I
spectively. Lodge will not be a threat in
received news that he had precluded by foreign service i I I
Both candidates, who saw the GOP presidential race unless -' .
triumphed over Sen. Barry regulations from talking poli- LODGE months of hard campaigning in he comes home from VietNam i a.ik :
Goldwater and Gov. Nelson A. "
tics. New Hampshire wiped out by to campaign.
Rockefeller upon his return Lodge did not indicate in any I :J '-- r .
from a trip to Hue, former im- way that he would spurn a pol- of
perial capital in North Central itical call, although he reiterated -

Vietnam. that he was not giving up !

Lodge accompanied U. S. defense his ambassadorial post nor was Nixon Says lIe's Top Man BOYS & GIRLS
secretary Robert S. Mc- he returning to the domestic political c )

Namara, who is trying to rally scene. He was assignedto
the Vietnamese for the fight Saigon last August by Pres- s4 Wring Unrk utmr9NEWARK Hampshire primary on television 15 years and younger .,
saw Lodge's victory as :.5
against Communist Vietcong in- ident Kennedy. N. J., RichardM.
spectacular. But he said it
Nixon declared here last would be a mistake "to count i FREE '
1 L _L -.L night that there was no man I
X "J" Senator Barry Goldwater or I '
r X X
in this country who could con- Governor Rockefeller out of WANT
duct a more effective cam- I' ,
I I) from ? paign against President Johnson -
Campaigning Saigon than he. Nixon sees the California con-i ADSin

The former vice president test as ar "sudden death play-
NEW YORK (AP) Ambas- primary with write in votes served notice to the Democrats off" for the two men. s the

sador Henry Cabot Lodge has Tuesday.The that, if nominated, he would reverse -
been guiding from Saigon, Lodge strategy was devised his 1960 strategy of seek- : :
South Viet Nam, a campaign to by Grindle, a Boston pub- ing Democratic votes in the ntr Market OiaT1tt5Uilk tux
win the Republican presidential lic relations expert, and David ROCKEFElLERGOLDWATER south. CbJACKSONVILLE

nomination according to a Goldberg a Boston lawyer. Nixon said: (AP- The WANT AD WEEK .
source close to Lodge, the New Plans were sent to George "The south is pretty firmly', Northeast Florida Egg Market <
York Times said today. It quot- Cabot Lodge, the ambassador'sson in Johnson's control." prices to retailers:

ed Paul D. Grindle, a Lodge who would forward them to But Nixon said he still had no Extra MARCH 10 thru 17 ( ;
large 45-47, mostly 47; I
ambassador would
strategist. Saigon. intention of becoming an active
large 42-44, mostly 43 medium
t A leader of the Lodge cam- send his thoughts to his son, candidate for the Republican ; +

paign, David Goldberg, deniedit. who would inform Grindle and $ presidential nomination before mostly 38-43, 38.Poultry mostly. 40; small 34-38, I _..

Goldberg. T r 1 the convention.
The Times said its source ex- Grindle and Goldberg could r kp Nixon, who sat up till 1 a.m. at farms: fryer 13%; Y
plained that Lodge has operated say they were operating with- (watching the results of the New hens none. I
in such a fashion as to avoid out Lodge's direct approval.

violating foreign service regu- Thus, it was believed, the am- i!
j latiofts that prohibit activity by bassador was not violating the i

envoys. Lodge was said to have State Department regulations.

+ given no instructions directlyto Goldberg said in Boston it was WHY PAYMORE i
those working to win the "absolutely untrue, unfair" to

nomination for him. I say that Lodge has been guidingthe .
But the restriction, the story campaign from Saigon. v .

i continued did not ;prevent Goldberg also sid; George ..,4p......
Lodge from approving the*ma- Cabot Lodge "knew what was

jor Decisions made by his supporters going on but he wasn't actingas

in New Hampshire, intermediary for anybody,"
T\hene' he won the presidential Goldberg added.
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9 W. UNIVERSITY I sporting equipment camping equipment. .,...... _
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II I i State GOP War Continues II ..
pay less-Much less-On SUPERDnew every item every dayat games tents and many others. :.

You can sell what you don't need buy what
TAMPA (AP) Florida Re- that party unity is essential fora ida, said in Washington that the you do need or make a trade for somethingyou
publicans for Barry Goldwater presidential" nomination but New Hampshire voting "indi- want. all with a FREE KID'S WANT AD.
II agreed today that the Arizona the state GOP war continues. cates the need for Brown, Oaw- Li I
senator took a beating in the Rep. William C. Cramer, headof ley, et. al. to join with the official i irn I

New:.Hampshire primaries and the Goldwater slate for Flor- they're Goldwater really slate with in Goldwater.Florida if" Head& Fj =IadF or Jars s. j i iSlwulder8 RULES TO FOLLOW: ,.,

He referred to Tom Brown, j OZlld tubes I t
UF School
i Journalism state Republican chairman and aJiaiepoo ,
1'1' Former ambassador William shampoo a 'INI II IIIIthe ( + : 1. This offer applies nly to boys and girls

Pawley. Both are included on 15 years of age and younscr.

Re-evaluation TodayThe ., another slate, listed as tin effective 2. Ads will run a maximum of 6; doys if
pledged but whose sympathies, control started during the week of March 10th
dandruff shampoo ______
School of Journalism at "We are happy to have the they say, are with Goldwater. thru 17th. Ads received after starting dot.

the University of Florida is undergoing committee come to see a first Brown claims Cramer's slate LARGEST SIZE TUBE will the week run as, and many will days expire as one possible week during after .

its regular five year class school of journalism doesn't belong on the ballot. 63 C.c I starting dote.
re-evaluation today.A director said. Goldwater has given his bless- List $1.00 ........ OUR PRICE
I INEWFORMULA' 3. Most ads will be printed exactly as written
committee from the American ings to the Republican congressman. by the child but
Milton Gross, of the Univer- we reserve the right to
Council on Education in sity of jyissouri is chairmanof re-word for clarity. The Gainesville Sun
Journalism (ACEJ) is inspecting Brown said Goldwater ran sec- also reserves the right to reject; ads of a .
the visiting team. Other mem- ...,..
nature and the ones that da
the school for reaccreditation. ond in the
bers of committee include De- New-Hampshire race __ Our Price not comply with the rules or do not conform .v
because his -,_._ .
staff bungled the
campaign to
Witt Reddick, Dean of Journal- BAN newspaper's regulations re-
The committee, composed of ism at the University of Texas in New England just as i it i girding acceptability. PLEASE DO NOT .. I
educators and professionals in did ABBREVIATE. :
and national chairman of ACEJ by splitting the Florida GOP. i helps keep
the field, are inspecting curriculum ; "It's real 4. NO PHONE ORDERS -: ,
Holt McPherson. editor of the tragic, Brown said you CAN BE ACCEPTED.Ads -
visiting classes and interviewing "because in opinion this is dodor must be mailed or brought in to the t
students and faculty. High Point, North Carolina, En- i. i Cl Classified Ad Department of the Gainesville :. ,. :
terprise and Baskett Moss a real blow to the senator'schances. ....: j for 24 hours. Sun.
Director of the school, Rae O. I ." Brown said he still i 59 .. .
Weinier, said the school has Northwestern University, is sec supported Goldwater "but an.f : I S. Be sure to include your address or phone T :-.:.,: .j
retary. any.one number in the .
I I ad.
been accredited
1950 for
who says this (New Hampshire -. ..
the news-editorial sequence. Advertising ACEJ teams under cognizanceof voting) hash lessened $100 i .- -. -
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and broadcasting accreditation the national organization visit 'considerably his chances for the = : =::

came in the next few 47 schools round the nation every 'I nomination just isn't being re- LIST PRICE 1
years. five years.Classified alistic." "KIDS FREE WANT ADS" .

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The Classified Department is more days free. All ads must I manager, today pointed out Telephone . . . . . . Age . . . . :

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ebration of National Want Ad "Many, many of the articles being I ..... ".
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and is being promoted vari- classified ads will find them like new but are selling for on- T .-.
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l What's New With The Wheat to 'Russia Program I

.I(1.\ '] connection with U. S. them followed during shore 2. Louisiana, where an airliner -1 I the A-11, had been tested successfully 70,000 feet and at speeds of 2. up to 1,000 m.p.h. 4.-more than 2,000 m.p.h. -
wheat sales to Russia, a U.S. leave in Albania. crashed, killing 58 at altitudes a'ove i 1. up to 800 m.p.h. I 3. up to 1,500 m.p.h. I 5. more than 3,000 m.p.h. = 1
delegation was named to try to See Answers 3. turned over secret diplomatic 3. Gabon, forming a disputed I ,
geL the Russians to ease restrictions correspondence to Red boundary with Cameroon I DIAMOND MERCHANTS AMERICA -

1 requiring that Page 8 China 4. Haiti, where dictator Fran- o D N'
1. U._'S. .ships.not exceed
= acertain 4. seized the Soviet embassy cois Duvalier mysteriously QUALITY JEWELERS
maximum__ size and other Russian build- disappeared .
, 4 2.:- ships carrying the wheat Berlin Autobahn ings in Albania 5. France, where a famed
t have crews of mixed nationalities 3. After a meeting with Red 5. All of the following are true "sea monster" again was
,I China's Chou En-lai, Mrs. Siri-I of Cassius Clay, who fought seen in February 1
r, 3.-cre"ws of U. S. ships stay mavo Vandaranaike endorsedsome Sonny Liston for the 7. Lt. Col.! John H. Glenn delayed o.l .
on board ship while in port of Peking's views but rejected weight championship heaVY-I' his retirement from the
,I 4.:'all of the above its anti American line. except that he Marine Corps and the begin-
5. none of the above
I 2A conflict over policies and "' >' 4'3.deai' ::.'NriP"y M'y'y :'a'y'd a'w if ,:".-' ,:,' ',::o .-. =. <:,'.::.._: r
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leadership roles ,1
caused West M rw.fo
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Chancellor Erhard to L. ,. ., : SPACE
react to !k .' _,:. '.- > ":;' : ; y: ,, 11 Q Sparing Plastic
\ angrily a speech in ;; y.-- : SAVING
I which West Berlin Mayor Wil I:"'!.;;:..,.._. .....::: ,...() :.J'fJ ) i.ft' <9>" ..,.' '"',:. :<:> ?IRS' ",.. .,,.'.,1
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relationships with minister of champion atorial nomination because : }l'' FEATURES INCLUDE:'

France 1. Burma 2. was fined for creating a 1. he wanted his children to I ; ,.,,,,. 'ta::4 g't' .3-W.y.rmi Sin RrftocionlnviMlUcMC. h ____ .
3. more wx a,
trade with the Com- *. n 2. disturbance at the fight !: .
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munist bloc4"support finish their school terms before '" .$..,.1. ttJ.f. *tar 1p.N1 Bottom Gus 'd'I .TW-eitTrr
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of the Anglo-Am- 4. Malaysia 3. is called the Louisville Lip J & NOWONLY t .W..BaPet :
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Samesutlk( Sun demanding that Russia shut 6. Lake Pontchartrain is a lake 4. his wife was seriously ill / ,

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where Canadians -
base 1. Quebec
launching i experiment in space engineering .
r-rn=1RTr1! 2. "insulted" Russian mer- recently discovered submerged .q, V.T A G

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i'I' f --County., Joins Drive For Immunization] Fire Signals Alarm Birth 1 1 _

Alachua County is ticipate in the program. small in the overall picture, but from the board's Bureau of Vital DENVER (AP-A fire alrm
\ counties in the state partiCipat-1 Last year there were 595 cases they represented much concern, Statistics on births and cards brought seven trucks, their sirens FOOD FAIR SHOPPING

r ing in a program designed to I of whooping cough reported in suffering and even real trage- are sent to families of all chil- I screaming and emergency I 915 N MAl I I ST CENTER-FREE

get every baby immuned, the state, 37 cases of tetanus, 37 dy among the.persons and fam- dren three months old. lights aflash. I' a PARKING
Against polio, diptheria, whoop-' cases of polio, 25 cases of dip- ilies s t r u ck by the diseases,"
ing cough, tetanus and small- theria, but no smallpox. Preliminary Dr. Sowder said. The cards urge the parents to By the alarm box firemen I
pox.Dr. .. i if I figures show four take the child to the family phy- found Mrs. Johnnie Mae Manor OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TIL 9 P.M.

f Ed Byrne, county health deaths from polio, two from The program is based on pilot sician for immunization, then 41, who explained she need-1.
, officer, said the cooperation of whooping cough, one from dip- studies made in Hillsborough, return to the county health de- ed help. She was taken to a hospital
parents is needed to make the theria and none from tetanus. Orange and Palm Beach coun- partment a postage free card where later Wednesdayshe I. WHO NEEDS WHOLESALE ?
t program a success. "These figures may seem t ties. Information is obtained saying that this has been done. gave birth to a baby boy.

Sponsored by the State Board

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signed to "reduce disease and

I save Dr. lives.Wilson" T. Sowder, state LADIES' AND TEENS' .

,t health that soon officer every, said county it is will hoped parQuiz 6 MILLION $ $ I I %. CANVAS CASUALS

Answers / OR PAIRS SftOO... ,
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From Page 7 HOW WILL IT BE SPENT ? ? $ FOR ;

1. In connection with U. S. wheat U.S. CANVAS NFL t
sales to Russia a U. S. delegationwas PAIR
named to try to get the Russiansto Review -Support Elect
-.ease restrictions requiring that
'fl) U. S. ships not exceed a certain
maximum size. SIZES ,
2. A conflict over policies and lead- t rG
ership roles caused West German 4 to 10 ,
Chancellor Erhard to react angrily to SLIPONSOXFORDS
a speech In which West Berlin Mayor .
Willy Brandt had called for (I) I Y-
a summit conference on relations
between East and West Germany. I RUBBER SOLES OUR UNCONDITIONAL
3. After a meeting with Red China's ALL NEW SPRING
Chou aik. endorsed En-lal Mrs.some Slrimavo of Peking's Bandaran-views i COLORS S-N-M WIDTHS Slightly Irregular GUARANTEE ON THESE
I but relected Its anti-American I II n e.
Mrs. Bandaranaike is the prime minister
of (2) Ceylon.
4. Russia accused Albania of unprecedented i
"hostile acts" chargingthat Professional ConsultantIn /f IN TIME FOR EASTER
the Albanians had (!) seized
the Soviet embassy and other Russian i LAD IES'DRESS '
buildings in Albania.
5. All of the following are true of
Cassius Clay who fought Sonny Finance and AdministrationFOR y S i
Liston for the heavyweight championship SHOES
Feb. 25. except that he (q) won -
the fight by a ninth round knockout. _
6. Lake Pontchartraln I Is a lake in t
crashed(2) Louisiana, killing,58.where *an airliner CAREFUL PLANNING AND RESPONSIBLE, SPENDINGOF '' tt JUBILEE PATENTS
7. Lt. Col. John H. Glenn delayedhis -
retirement from the Marine Corps
and the beginning of his fora ONLY
of apartment.senatorial injuries suffered nomination In a campaign fall because at his(2) THE PROCEEDS OF THE 6 MILLION DOLLAR BOND st $ 88 i.'

8. President Johnson addressed the -' ,
nation Feb. 26 to explain the expected -
bill..benefits of the lust-signed (5) tax .cut ISSUE WITHIN THE fRAMEWORK SET BY THE BOND ___.,, PER 1 '. SIZES
FBI gave top priority to solving a series _; tf 4 to 10
"bf bombing of Florida (3) East Coast
t Railway trains. ELECTION. =
10. President Johnson reported that
!i a new U. S. aircraft the A-ll. had
been tested successfully at altitudes
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Ii wr -===': Birthday Welcome I'' For Every Blast,. A Leg Goes BareNEW Ii ITS IMfi'7JjL'"FOR 4

,- YORK (AP-Dynamite) been plaguing women and girls AIr Pollution Control Department ''above held warm air close to
-- s being blamed for the embar- here off and on for 40 years. came up with this explanation the ground. Humidity was high. MEN-
t assing and costly disintegra. Investigators were.baffled'until : Dust content in the air was
ion of nylon stockings that has staff members of ihe_ City heavy.

: v An a inspector building ,site hearing in the blastingat financial An the factors combined to LILt FOR SPRING arid

II Naturalists 1 1i' Fence FoiledFootwork district of downtown Man- produce nitric acid droplets,
-YrI hattan, acted on a hunch. He which feed on nylon. These
F i'' Plan Caving, Fancy made a test and-the department droplets ate up stockings. EASTER FASHIONS'Botany'

believes major discov Arthur J. Benline, air pollution

-........ Hunting TripsThe WASHINGTON (AP) A control commissioner, issued 500 Darolite -
ery.He .
.. judge's dismissal of her claim :
new regulations prohibiting -
reported that exploded
J for repairs to a fence drew a ... ,
Junior Club I
Naturalists dynamite had released nitrogen blasting when nylondestroying ,,
has scheduled two field trips- fast reaction from Mrs. Flor oxides under conditions most I conditions prevail. He said ,4"
1- cave exploring and fossil hunting ence C. Thomas, 60. conducive for he would ask the Fire Depart- ._
-for this Saturday. After Judge Edward A. Beard shredding nylon. I ment to cooperate, because that ... .

I announced his decision, Mrs. There was an atmospheric inversion department issues blasting per ,< :; -....
.r Robert Allen will lead elementary -Thomas pulled off a shoe and I .
which cold mite.UNIVERSITY
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school members fossil rapped the defendant, Alamo
\ -- hunting in the Arredonda Quarry T. Oliphant, on the head.
I = on Archer Road. Judge Beard also reacted INN Blend of Dacron

Junior High school memberswill NEW R Polyester
w- He sentenced Mrs. Thomas '
Worsted. Cool As
exploring in Mefford'scave
go under the of I 30 days In jail for contempt."FiirafoiraThifsAJoy University Inn proudly announces the association of "Mor- Shade! Wears
leadership ton", formally J. M. Fields executive as your host for Its new Without 1
Fr Calvin Anderson and Donald steak room, night club and cocktail lounge. To further assist '
-":- Dr.Walter R. Campbell (center), vice= president of AltierL Jeans, long sleeved To Live With" .I and provide its patrons the most complete and satisfvinq service I i ( : or Mussing. ;
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CT City ;Lions birthday celebration banquet Monday by needed for the cave excur WALKERFURNITURE chief steward. I ..
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Plain Front :T-
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,:president of University Lions. The local club will meetat STORE
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.:.:.:...Brides'. Book omen 0 f R nOT H\f f R mil Alomnae OfficersElected: .ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE ZALE VALUE I ..f 1H

: : 32-PC. MELMAC dinnerware

TOD'AV, March 12 Ruth Weimer Women's Editor -. .
Dinner feting Miss Anne Pur

vis, bride elect of Billie NugenT BY TEXASWARE
The Gainesville Pi Beta Phi .
Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville -
Alumnae 'Chib Selected officersat
Col. and Mrs. F. C. My Tea Compliments BridetobePink
ers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. a meeting held Wednesday BREAK-RESISTANT. DISHWASHER-PROOF. in the cheerful POPPY pattern
Macdonald. night at.the home of Mrs.,Charles .

FRIDAY, March 13 and white colors predom- The two hostesses presentedMiss B. N. Nimnicht, mother of the I' Officers Surrance.,for 1964-65 will be (
Luncheon feting Miss Anne of Purvis with a silver tray bridegroom-elect and his grand- Mrs.
the Bert Heflin
inated in appointments president;
PurMs, fiancee of Billie Nugent and corsage of carnations. Car mother, Mrs. P. H. Browne, both
J Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville the pre-nuptial tea given yesterday Mrs. Robert Shelley vice president -
also of Jacksonville.More .
nation corsages were presented Mrs. G. S. ,
H. Beisler. afternoon by Mrs. W. F. ; Eng, treasurer
Purvis than 100 called
to Mrs. Roy mother guests
March 14 Moshier and Mrs. N. H. Scottto ; Mrs. J. W. Shands Jr., recording -
SATURDAY, of the honoree, and Mrs.WilsonTaylor. during the tea hours.
Coffee complimenting Miss compliment Miss Anne Pur- secretary, and Mrs.
Daidida Kopelowitz, brideelectof vis, bride-elect of Billie Nugent Carter Gilbert, corresponding
Victor Schneider, 10:30 a.m. Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville.The i secretary. 1'I
Slides of the Pi Phi Settle-
until Mrs. Mitchell Baum-
noon, party took place at the
stein, Mrs. M. I. R u d derman Scott home. ment School at Gatlinburg, .
and Mrs. Gerald A. Rudderman, LACROSSE The marriageof o:. ':}n z Tenn., were shown by Mrs. ...
hostesses at the B a u mstein Mrs. Clifford Beasley and Miss Reba Sue Taylor, daughter Thomas Elfe. Pi Beta Phi operates -
I. 32nd Terrace. Mrs. Henry Babers Sr.. greeted, a Health' Clinic for the
home, 2009 NW of Mrs. Sam Taylor of La-
guests. people of the area. The elemen-
Luncheon complimentingMiss i Cross and the late Mr. Taylor, '
school is situated the
bride to- tary on L
Karen Owens, Spring flowers were used and Lewis H. Wilson of Fair- grounds of the Settlement
be' Robert R. Rowe, 12:30
.of about the rooms and to adorn banks, has been announced by School.
p.m., Mrs. W. C. Holland and the serving tables. I
at the the bride's mother. Handwoven articles and other
Mrs. R. R. Beauchamp
farmers home, 405 NW 29th Coffee was served in the din- crafts are purchased from 50 to _
Street big room, where Mrs. J. M. Butler The wedding took place 70 weavers and are marketed

honoring Miss Anne and Mrs. Henry J. Balers March 7 in Kingsland, Ga. through the Arrowcraft Shop. ,
t Jr., presided at the silver with the z< !
Purvis, her fiance, and Billie The bride, a graduate of Santa program : sPtI
service, and punch was servedin Mrs. Bert Heflin and Mrs. Robert
Nugent Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksorjvffle the family room by Mrs. Earl Fe High School, is an employeein Shelley.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powers and Mrs. Harold Gert- the business office of Ches- Plans for a joint Founders'

Powers.Euncheon honoring Miss Anne i ner.. nut's. Mr. Wilson is a memberof Day luncheon with the Ocala '

Purvis fiancee of Billie Nugent I Among those assisting in the the sales staff of University Alumnae Club set for April 25,
Nimnicht Jr. of Jacksonville, courtesies were Mrs. J. Watt Chevrolet Co. are being made.'Reception.

12130 p.m. Mrs. R. M. Cham Kirkpatrick, Mrs. D. T. Philyaw, J complete ( 1

berlin, Miss Linda Chamberlin, Mrs. Graham Haile and Mrs. The newlyweds have estab- Is service for 6. : _
Mrs. Cecil Love and Miss Jo Harry Norton. lished a home in Fairbanks. Mrs. Lewis H. Wilson

II Nerve, Holiday Inn. Slated SundayMembers ..6 dinner plates 6 cups j patter| a
Luncheon honoring Miss Lu- 6 cereal/soup bowls 6 saucers l vegetabte bowl -
I \ cienne Pirenian, bride-elect of Club NotesBy of Antioch Baptist 6 salad plates Open-

Robert William Decker of Mi- Bridge Church will honor Rev. and Mrs. 1 An Account
ami Shores, 12:30: p.m., Mrs. W. P. McElroy, who will cele- i:: Z ALE'S
Darrel J. Mase and her daughter brate their 18th wedding anni- Charge W JocJay/
JOHN E. CRAPS and one half tables in play and were second with 98%, R. A. f:7 .
Miss Marcia Mase, Gaines- versary on Sunday.A
Mrs. W. E. Baringer and the average score North South Ph. FR 6-5891 -
ville Golf and Country. Bennett and P..A. Johnson were reception will be held Sun-
Mrs. R. L. Bowman led the was 97%, East-West 87. third with 98, and Mrs. F." H day afternoon, from 3 to 5 p.m., OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. 12 E. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
North South field in the Monday Mrs. R. W. Bryan and R. H. Hull and Mrs. M. H. DePass at the church. Friends are in-:
CalendarOf evening tournament of the Harms were second with 114, were fourth with 96%" vited to attend. j
Gainesville Bridge Club at the followed by Mrs. D. W. Bowman
Recreation Center with 117% and Mrs. Jessie T. Fisher with

: EventsTODAY match points. There were ten 113%, and Mrs. H. L. Gray and ..
I Mrs. W. D. Macdonald, who tied

Fruit Sauce with Van A. May and the writer
March 12 with 104.

League of Women Voters, 8 -Ever add coarsely grated Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catotti
.l'' p.m., Mrs. J. Anthony Hum- semi-sweet chocolate to Bavarian took top honors in the East-West dualiCraft.brings you thePreftrest the most feminine looks for
3459 NW 12th Avenue.
phries. Cream? Serve with a fruit direction with 101. Mrs. O. Thur-
II' St. Patrick's Woman's Club, 8 sauce. limann and D. W. Bowman the brightest spring ever! Choose your favorites from a magnificent array of gracefully shaped pumps, feminine
|> Parish Hall.
P.m.University of Florida Wom- peek-of-you cutout looks daring strippy straps, shapely heels tiny to tall, in a gay rainbow of soft pastels,

en's Club, Neighbor Nite, 8 ,
) Clubhouse. pjn. pale new neutrals, classic black. Uppers are of gleaming patent, rich smooth leathers, and crushed sweet kid,

Colfax Rebekah Lodge 2, 8 each : fashioned i
one beautifully
1 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, 740 SE by QualiCraft. GET THE SHOES WITH THE $?0.00 LOOK $< *y99Jff

Second Avenue.Agriculture .

Dames, Mrs. ,,,,,, v ,..._'. ..>.* .< # ,-'.=----- most styles
John Creighton, 900 NW 43rd .t"a.t.t.; %=ttw' <; } t'f.: : wbF} yarx J
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111'I I t Given Floral for Demonstration BSPhisA 1 HINTS from HELOISE V :::-'-" j j

$ ( DEAR FOLKS: that they did the same thing! soak their Venetian blinds in detergent -for removing rust stains r-from
A demonstration in making Mrs. Joseph Sommesse enter- % fd If want to make for time .
I floral AOw you some- Many people put their own ; a long if linoleum and asphalt tile
f arrangements was given tained the chapter for a spag-- thing different for tic soaked too
a change Polyethylene p 1 a s on they are long it floors? Some times we must
by Mrs.-Well Jackson of Cre- hetti supper with members of / that is ever so good and the ground under the home. might loosen the paint, especi- move the metal cabinets and
J vasse'slfor the Xi Phi chapterof the social committee assistingas / takes little effort, try this: No more sweaty windows and ally if your detergent mixtureis deep freeze, and rust stains
J BetaSgmaThi- sorority Tuesday hostesses preceding the de \ \ Buy some dried apricots.Put most people swore that mil. too strong. are on the floor. I would!appreciate -
=. 1._ monstration. J
them in a great big fruit dew was eliminated in clos- Several of my neighbors and an answer. ..
Among the suggestions given jar. Pour boiling water over ets! It's cheap, so sure is myself found this out to our dis- HELEN
Top:Dessert by Mrs. Jackson was the use LOWMAN them and let sit overnight on worth a.try. may when we took our blinds
of light wire and tape in arrangements your drainboard. Do not put E a : ,. =.r__.L out of the bathtub and the bak-
When'you are topping a very and the combination too many apricots in the jar i ed-on finish just slid right off Select '
sweet d e sse r t with whipped of ?Ji odd number flow- because, remember, they will DEAR HELOISE: and we had to buy new blinds. yourSPRING new .
She recommended crushing swell. I fill jar about FABRICS!
crearn.jt'susuaily; ; not ers. my This idea came from a lumber AGNES JOSEPH
neces- stem ends before placing in half full of fruit. at ,
11i yard (and it's a honey): f
sary t add sugar to the cream. water to prolong freshness. The next day put these apricots they sold me a one foot squareof DEAR HELOISE: SINGERENJOY

I But IL'you feel whipped cream Election of officers will be g ;r e in your refrigerator.Let quarter-inch masonite tempered Has anyone suggestions
tastes-flat without any sweeten- held March 24 when Mrs. Harry them sit one more day. hardboard for a kitchen -
ing, add-just' one tablespoon to Layfield and Mrs. Robert By then, they will have be- cutting board. Dad rounded the
one cup"of'cream. Best a suspicion Young are hostesses at the Com- 41 :}Vgaky F.= come swollen.. nice and edges. FLORIDA LIVING IN A '\

of salt.and at least half ateaspowTof munity Room of the Guaranty juicy. This is great for cutting
I vanilla, too. Federal Building. Pour the water off, put the roasts, preparing sandwiches or FLORIDA V
Pool :
is into blen- Swimming
apricots, as your salads, protecting the kitchen
der electric mixer and
or )
surface from hot pans, and so
and give them a whirL At forth. It cleans easily with a by Rivers Construction Co. :
$ Ive'mtm.EASTER this time add few
1 one may a soapy dish cloth. Best of all, it ,

( spoons substitute.of You sugar will or come a sugar out has no splinters and it does not A QUALITY POOL Backed by a .,?

LADIES) SPORTSWEAR with the thickest excit- hold odors! FULL
ing jam you have ever tasted. .
Cutting Your Hair Won'tForce If you like a wee bit of a DEAR HELOISE: 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 .

sour taste, thinly slice fouror As a warning to women who Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
I It' To Grow FasterBy and five slivers of fresh lemon NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING"
put in the jar before '. .w
JOSEPHINE LOWMAN zy or kinky whenever the weather pouring the boiling water KISER'SOFFICE I -.
interested in over the fruit.
Women are so is damp.I .
their hair and the way it is car- find that this can be done, I have also tried this with EQUIPMENT Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
.. ed for and arranged, that I am but it is tricky business and you other mixed dried fruits suchas NEW LOCATION Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner

writing about hair and wigs and should be sure that you are in pears and peaches. Wham, 604 North Main Street Leaf Net ,.
oy hair[ pieces this week. the hands of an expert. Other- does it make a different treat Files Files Files ; CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION -
The fair sex wants to know wise, your hair might break off. for breakfast! This is wonderful 66 Files in stock all new. Let- :
many things about hair. For in- A chemical is used. This effect when put on waffles or ter & Legal. i RIVERS CONSTRUCTION COI;:

stance, letters come and come lasts until the hair grows out. hotcakes. As Low as $$$49.50 .
MZ. 1909 EAST 5th STREET
asking if cutting the hair will In other words, when it grtws HELOISE
Call Fr 2-9607 j DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, noi
\ make it grow faster and longer. out again it will be just like it I
2 The hair you cut is dead and can was. However, it takes quite a Must be so. Even exterminating For Free Service DeliverySales Rentals I:i 622-7048 FLA. -.' .-
<&J( .. ; have no effect at all on the liv- while for the new hair to completely companies wrote in
4 a. rollxwHy.y4 sf of hair which
ing part the is be- replace the old. This depends -
neath the skin. on the rate of growth.If .

... Many letters ask if the hair I had this kind of hair I ..,
can be permanently straightened. think I would just cope with it. M
IN 4 +, Just the other day a
are splendid light pom-
young woman wrote that her ades on the market which calm ,
hair is too curly, that it is fuz- down wild tresses.

Axt Many women have the idea .
--- s I that cutting off the split ends WOOLWORTH I

Excitingly of hair will add to its health.
It's a good idea to cut the ends -
because the hair looks more attractive -
{ afterwards, but it will -
do nothing for the health of the '
hair. The health of the hair is FOR ::
affected only by what happens FASHIONED TO YOUR

4 I II Beneath the scalp, not on top of:
I it. However, we can improve the
ra A r i) J condition of our locks by providing -
them with the essential foods '
for their health, and ours. We gter ba" S 5'

,: I II Iy I can also see that it is better I pring and ,
nourished by increasing circulation -! '
in the scalp with mas- *
sage, brushing, and certain pre- '
things scribed lotions which increase
't I) you'll be surface circulation when applied -
enjoyingeven to the scalp.

on Many women are afraid to t
Into brush their hair after it hs
For The Smart Suit Devotee brush their hair after it has
summer .
been shampooed and set. The
The fluid, easy lines you adore. Inimitably tailored Beautifulnew
is true. If have
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good and set .
permanent a good
Chanel-like jacket with matching slimsilhouetteskirt. ? ; t
Delightful, new spring colors of the season I daily. Come you can brush it and brush it rig f BLOKES 7'r / SLIPS IN
in tomorrow and it will fall into place. In
you'll find these and many other delightful suits at. .
and make fact you have to brush it well or 1.OO 1.99 r 6
the divisions made by the rollers > f'
your will be apparent.If :.. f: Combed cottons with roll up Easy-care 100Z acetate that \
'r selections. V:' with new needs Ironing. Lovely uce-
sleeves to team no
S1vgiman \ your haid is falling out : f ; Spring sldrts.White and deli.andnet trim bodice and hem ,. .
and getting thin you may want cfons pasted Sizes 3238. Shadow paneL White. 3248. ,,
my new booklet "Is Your
I SwimaflI ;J.II Hair T hiD n ing?" This gives + .: S.izes40 to 44BLOUSES- Cross, -Front'Panfy

you lots of information and ., GIRDLE
Wdth6tht1tS( 4k i I hope concerning this problem. ,
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Cay prints or mart toBSs fa By Natnrflex Nylon ribbed ysYrr
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Josephine Lowman in care of elanca and bottom.
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r .12 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964 t

k. Supt. Manning Calls For More Teachers_ Counselors :':j jI

I -; By CLIF--CORMIER I county, was the fourth of a series -accomplished in the seven years, 5,800 pupils since 1957;the coun- panded kindergarten classes;I I I Manning is not a candidate for tendent's race which so far has (Tiny) Talbot, principal ol
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Sun Education Writer the superintendent began but additional attention is need- ty school system had met the and an adult education program.I re '- election in the superin- only one candidate -.William S.(Gainesville High. i
I School Supt. E. D. ManningJr. ate last year. I I ed in several vital areas. corresponding demands with A
called for additional teachers They review the progress Specifically, he called for: practically no increase in the
and counselors for the coun- made in the school system since -A teacher to be designatedas 'size of the county instructionalstaff.
ty school system in a memorandum 1957, when Manning went in- curriculum coordinator for I
issued early this week. to office. every elementary school with Among the instructional improvements UTILITY BUSINESS
*The memo, sent to business The latest memorandumstates an enrollment of 1,000 or more. cited in the super-
and community leaders in the that a great deal has been -Employment of a group of intendent's report were: adopt- ,
teachers during the summer va- ion of the "three-track" plan !
k cation to develop and revise cur- for secondary schools providingfor
riculum guides for county-wide accelerated, regular and ba-
teacher use.Assignment. sic programs; special emphasison IS YOUR BUSINESS
of curriculum physical education; improved -
specialists to assist teachers recreational facilities; ex-
county-wide in such areas as ceptional child program; exMANNING -
WARNING i mathematics, science, English,

and offerings-Expansion high social at school studies.the junior level.of vocational and senior $ $ : $ $ :

Don't pay unauthorized collectors for -Guidance school according counselors to its for pop-every -

your Gainesville Sun delivery. ulation. +
-Reorganized daily sched- REVIEW-SUPPORT-ELECT
ules in secondary schools to .k
provide more flexible class
All authorized newsboys are provided scheduling and large time I

with route cards the subscrib- blocks.Assignment"
I containing
of a vocational -
er's name. counselor to the vocationaland
I, adult programs to counsel
I with pupil dropouts and high
school graduates not entering
It : Subscribers should insist on a receipt and college. { Qualified in Finance and UtilitiesFor l
-Organization of
I they should insist that the carrier initialsout study and schedules programsof to insure n i
that that classes do not exceed 32 the establishment of a utility board of competent citizens responsible -
: the date of payment on receipt.
pupils.-Development of a criteriafor INCOME TAX to the City Commission and operated by the director of ( 1

needs.determining adult educational -i GAINESVILLEBOOKKEEPERS utilities For better planning, budgeting and control of our util-
: DON'T PAY UNAUTHORIZED In his report, Manning states ity operation.
that in spite of an increase of
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PAYMENT. THANK YOU. 3728441. announced yesterday.He .
i said the total is 150 boys :
I : higher than the same time a SALE&H I
iI year ago.Kreshka.
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need. and tosuit .
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<&afnes\lilk Average daily T __ __ ...
uni ance was 189 boys with a totalof
9,686 visits made to the club every purse '
during the two month period.
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The heaviest attendance day

i was Feb. 29 with 477, he said., CUSTOM ROOM PLAN Ideal furniture for a student room,
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30" Shutter Door Cabinet 79.50 69.50 L7 ,,
40" Upper Bookcase .. .. 67.50 57.00
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Whichever bedroom you select,you get rg 4*,. -. 4 ,
NO DEFROSTING EVER IN THIS masterfully crafted furniture to last'J: 'J

several lifetimes.And remember,with i
: Ethan Allen,there are over 400 pieces in "
open stock to coordinate with your
selection..furniture for every room In /

Filling Ice Trays New Thin Wall Insulation solid cherry,mahogany,maple and birchor
antiqued pine. See it today.Sale lasts a
Almost twice the of the .
space Magnetic Safety Doors ELEGANT SOLID CHERRY
limited time only! ,,
old 10-ft. but takes up the some .
I amount of space Meat Pan Keeps Meat Fresh up fri 4 Piece Group,
to 7 days t
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= Sports fans who like their each in Classes AA, A, B, andC. will play here tomorrow and In Class C, Hilliard has won

basketball will get a steady The 1964 tourney is the Saturday have won previous once last year, while Lake day.The schedule:

iLP9 .. diet of it tomorrow at Florida first in Florida history in state championships.Miami Placid and Lakeland Santa Fe Tomorrow

Gym as the 1964 state tournament which regional events last High, in Class AA, is are after first titles. 9 a.m. Campbellton vs.

gets under way. week trimmed the field to the leader with 10. Daytona Miami High's titles have Lake Placid (C).

Eight games are scheduledon just a quartet of ball clubsin Beach Seabreeze, Class A, come in 1925, 1931, 1935, 1942, 10:30 a.m.Madison vs.

the UF varsity floor, start each classification. Previ- has won six times. Malone, in 1944,1948,1949,1954,1955, and Zephyrhills (B).
ing at 9 a.m. and ending ously, eight teams in each
Class B, has won four times 1 p.m. Hilliard vs. Lake-

with the final game to tip off division came here for a three- and Campbellton, Class C, 1956.Tourney favorites rule as land-Santa Fe (C).

at 9:30 p.m. day event. has ,captured three titles. Miami High and Tampa Hills- 2:30: p.m.Malone v.C:.
I There will be two Nine of the 16 teams that
games Among other Class AA con- borough in AA, Riviera Beachin Mount Dora (B).

testants, Tampa Hillsborough A, Malone and Mount Dorain 4 p.m.Plant City vs. Riviera -

I has won three titles, Pensa- B and Campbellton in C. Beach (A).

RecordsTo cola twice and Cocoa once (in Admission Prices 6:30 p.m. -Pensacola vs.

Tourney Class A in 1960)). Tourney admission prices Hillsborough (AA). .

Seek First will be 75 cents for students 8 pjn. -Palatka vs. Sea

Of the A schools only Sea- and $1.50 for adults. How- breeze (A). "'

Be breeze has been victorious. ever, there are three sessions 9:30: p.m.Cocoa vs. Mia-

RevampedThe Plant City, Palatka and RIviera tomorrow, morning, afternoonand mi High (AA).

Beach are seeking their night and a separate ad- Saturday

first triumphs. In Class B, mission will be charged for 3 p.m.-Class C finals.
1964 Florida state high school basketball tournament
GATORS MONTGOMERY IS OUT AT FIRST BASE IN FIRST INNING Zephyrhills has won once each session. The same prices 4:30 p.m.Class B finals.
which at the University of Florida tomorrow
Florida Southern's First Sacker Hardee Makes the Play opens gym morn- while Madison and Mount will prevail at the afternoonand 7:30: p.m.Class A final?.
ing, will mean a complete revamping of tournament records.
(Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) Dora are after a first crown. evening finals on Satur- 9 p.m.-Class AA finals.
Previously, all marks have been established in the AA, A,
and B and C divisions in three-game state tourneys. The 1964 I

event will involve only two games.

Gator Pitchers This means that all previous records will hold and all

marks set tomorrow and Saturday will serve as the standardsfor

future Florida state events based on a two-game tourney.

The following records were made available through court-

esy of Florida Sports Publishers.


No-Hit SouthernBy Most Single Points Games Scored
r Class AA Tom Baxley. North Miami vs. Clearwater. 1960-57.
Class A Danny Tharpe Cocoa vs. Chlpley 1960-42.
Class B Earl Montgomery Blountstown vs. Ponce de Leon 1960-35.
Class C Johnny Jones Oviedo vs. Wewahitchka 1955-48
Most Field Goals Miami Vs. St. Joseph'sIn
MARTY SCHRAM nificant deuces. It marked the four inning Moccasin white Class AA Baxley. North Miami vs. Clearwater 1960-".
Class A Tharpe Cocoa vs. Chipley. 1960-16.
Sun Sports WriterA second Florida win of the sea- washing of last Saturday in Class B Montgomery. Blountstown vs. Ponce de Leon, 1960-15. _

parade of four Florida pit- son, the second Moccasin loss earning his second victory of Class C Jones Oviedo vs.Most Wewahltchka.Fr. ThrosClass 1955-21.

and the second straight extra- the young season. AA Baxley. North Miami vs. Clearwater 1960-19. NIT
chers held Florida Southern hit- Class A Larry Gagner Daytona Beach Seabreeze vs. Choctawhatch.ee. 1941-1> Opener TonightMo
inning game for both clubs. Florida had two earlier scoring Class B Buddy Weaver Williston vs. Mayo 1955-24.
less for 13 innings here yester- Class C Dalton Epting. Hilliard vs. Oviedo, 1957-16. .
Florida tripped Southern 5-1 threats, loading the bas- TournamentMost
day before the Gator batsmenwere
in an 11-inning season opener es with two down in the fourth Total Points I By TED MEIER Hall 87-82 in the only major
able to put a double and a Class AA Baxley North MiamT 1960-92.
last Saturday at Lakeland. And and sixth innings. But both Class A Tharpe Cocoa. 1960-100. Associated Press Sports WriterA game scheduled. -
single together to down the Class B .
stingy Moccasins 1-0. then as was the case yester- ;times, catcher Dave Porter was Class C -- Jones Montgomery.Oviedo Blountstown 1955-110. --I960- lull in the NCAA championship In the quarter-finals of the

day it was a Montgomery the Gator goat, striking out in Most Field Goals tournament shifts the NCAA small college tourney: t
Class AA Gary Keller. St. Pete Dixie Holllns 1962-33.
And hard-luck of
man the fray single which broke the extra- the fourth and grounding to second Class A Tharpe Cocoa. 1960-36. college basketball spotlight to- Evansville, Ind., Akron bqat

was Ken Murphy, a rubber- inning deadlock. (The key hit in the sixth. Class Class C B -- Jones Montgomery.Oviedo Blountstown vs. Wewahitchka 1960-36 1955-21. night to the opening of the National Hofstra 77-58, North Carolina

armed Moccasin righthanderwho I in Lakeland scored runs two and Southern mounted one serious Most Fret Throws Invitation Tourney in A&T defeated Adelphi 83-80,
shut out the Gators for 12 Class AA Baxley. North Miami. 1960-32.
;three for Florida, which proved threat In the seventh frame. Class A Gagner. Seabreeze. 1961-37. New York.Syracuse. Friday night with second round State College of Iowa downed
and two-thirds innings on just Class B Corbin Scott 1957
Vernon 31
six hits, before the Florida I to be the margin of victory). Walked First Man Class C -- Eptmg Milliard, 1958-28. on the rebound aft games at Raleigh, Minneapolis, Southeast Missouri 93-85 and

batters found the range. i The Cators relied on a trio Gator hurler Phalines walked Championship Most Points Scored Games er losing 27 straight two years Wichita and Corvallis, Ore. Evansville whipped Cal Polyi:

'of sophomores plus junior the first batter he faced, Moc Class AA Dick Hoban. Miami Senior vs. Tampa Hlllsborough. 1954-Si. ago, meets disappointing NYUin These games pair Duke vs. Pomona 95-73. In tonight's semifinals -
With two down in the last of Class A Tharpe. Cocoa vs. Chipley, 1960-42.
Danny Eggart in downing the left fielder Bob Lee. Center Class B Donald Griffith Baker vs. Mayo. 1955-33. the feature of the NIT dou- Villanova and Princeton vs. Evansville meets Stale
Blomgren 13th, sophomore doubled rightfielderBill down the Mocs yesterday. Each soph fielder Joel Ledlow then dumpeda Class C Jones. Oviedo vs.Most Paxton Field 1955 Goals-33 bleheader at Madison Square Connecticut at Raleigh; Kentucky College of Iowa and Akron

pitched three innings, and Eg sacrifice bunt, which Phalines Class AA Hoban Miami Senior vs. Hillsborough, 1954-14. Garden after Miami of Florida vs. Ohio Univ. and Mich- takes on North Carolina A&t
field line. He moved
right to Class A Tharpe Cocoa vs. Chipley 1960-16.
third on a wild pitch. Tom Shan- I gart hurled the final four. gloved cleanly, but threw into Class B Griffith Baker vs. Mayo. 1955-14. plays St. Joseph's of Philadel- igan vs. Chicago Loyola at Minneapolis Pan American of Texas
Class C Jones. Oviedo vs. Paxton 1955-14.
non, the quarterbackturnedfirst Started center field, Lee moving aroundto Most Free Throws phia. ; Kansas State vs. Tex. defending champion, defeatedSt.
I Flori- third. Class AA Dan Edglngton Miami Edison vs. Miami Senior. 1955-12. The NCAA, which determinesthe as Western and Wichita vs. Cloud, Minn. 81-76 in the second -
started for
baseman, was then issuedan Don Pendley Class A Gagner. Seabreeze vs. Choctawhatchee 1961-19.
intentional base on balls. The da, and he proceeded to strike But Phalines fanned pinchhit- Class B Scott Vernon vs. Lake Weir 1957-10. national champion, resumes Creighton at Wichita and San round of the NAIA at an
Class C Ronnie Myers Campbellton vs. Bronson, 1960-13.
tee: Ron Montgomery, saw Led- Francisco vs. Utah State and Mansfield Pa. 'St.
sas City. ,
next batter, third sacker Earl out four of the first seven bat
Montgomery, promptly lasheda :ters ha faced. Dan Griffin came low get tossed out trying to steal UCLA vs. Seattle at Corvallis. Mary's, Tex., High Point, Car

line drive to left, driving in !on to pitch in the fourth and second (Lee holding third), and ResultsNCAA Small CollegeThe son-Newman, Rockhurst, Em-

Blomgren with the marathon I Richard Phalines took the then got pinchhitter Dave Sonen- Hurricanes Open small college boys dom- poria State and Central Oklahoma -
berg to ground to first to end the COLLEGE DIVISION
ending run. mound in the sixth. Quarter-finals inated Wednesday's action also advanced to today'squarter.finals.
Moc threat. Akron 77. Hotstra 58
which saw Iowa defeat Seton .
String of Deuces Eggart, who posted a 10-2 record No. Carolina A&T 83. Adelpht 80 ,
Gator coach Dave Fuller "wellpleased" State College of Iowa 93.. Southeastit
The game left a string of sig last season, duplicated his with his squad's second Baseball Season .. 85Evansville 95. Cal Poly. Pomona 73

I. ,. straight taming of the Moc Second NAIA Round Jimmy Brown ]
casins. Mansfield. Pa. 97. Georgetown. Ky.
89 ot
Have "Those young pitchers are St. Mary's Tex. 72. Grambllng 66

Gators really something, aren't they?" Saturday s. LeeGainesville Carson-Newman High Point 85. Georgia 76. Huntingdon Southern 59 76

he asked after the game. Rockhurst 76. Indiana Cent 74 Back :,1
Pan American 81. St. Cloud 76 on
"Satisfied""And Emporia St. 85. Ky. State 80 ,
Cent Okla. 85 Pacific Lutheran 72
The I'm satisfied with our High School will Class AA, Group 5 this year. Other Score
Seton Hall 82GHSCagers
WeightTo hitting even though the runs open its baseball season at 1 They will vie with Daytona lona 87 NEW YORK (AP) -After Individual champion, best average -

aren't coming as fast as we'd p.m. Saturday when it plays Beach Mainland, Ocala, Orlando yielding the honors to Jim Taylor most touchdowns, most

like. We're just hitting them Jacksonville Lee at Harris Field. Boone, Colonial, Edgewater for one season, Cleveland'sJimmy I attempts, best one-game per-
Ponder straight at someone. We'll get ; To Be Feted Brown got back into
Dicks GHS diamond formance and longest run.Vith
our share of hits..I'm well Wesley Evans, Oak Ridge and Winter stride as the National FootballLeague's
coach, said today that the 'Canes -Park. most rugged runner in that kind of performances from
pleased with overall
1 Gator football fans who like their Gator football players on formance." our per- will complete a 12-game The schedule I Here TonightGainesville Brown, Cleveland won the team

the big side can mull over these spring practice figures. schedule prior to the start of : 1963.The result was that official rushing title for the first time
But Florida Southern coach the tournament in Orlando Saturday, Jax Lee, 1 ; HI g h School'sbasketball
Florida has 11 ends working out and their average weight is group p.m. NFL rushing statistics, released since 1959.
Hal Smeltzly can't be quite as 1. March 17, at Live Oak, 4 team, finalist in
198.3 pounds per man. There are 10 tackles who come to May p.m.; today, Brown these firsts: 1,863 YardsIn
pleased. His Moccasins have March 20 at Mainland 4 last week's regional event, gave
229.9 pounds per man. The 11 guards average 204.3 pounds per form the p.m.; I winning the individual
Six lettermen
three hits off Gator nucleus -March 21 Live Oak 7:30 will be feted at 6:30 tonight at
managed just
man. The six centers work out to 206.9 pounds apiece.In p.m.; championship for the sixth time
nine this
of the 'Cane
the backfield, five quarterbacks total to 184.4 poundsper : hurlers in 24 innings. sea March 24, at Palatka, 7:30 p.m.; I the Moose Lodge. Bouton in seven years, Brown gained
Pete Roberts is Jim
Florida will trek to Miami to son. shortstop, March 26, Ocala 7:30 Norman Sloan, University of
man, 11 halfbacks to 183.3 pounds per man and six full- p.m.; 1,863 yards, shattering his own
of the club. Other vet
backs to 195.7 points per man. play the Hurricanes i n three captain April 3, Jax Jackson, 7:30 p.m.; Florida head basketball coach, 1958 record of 1,527. Taylor, who
catcher Guen-
t Overall, the seven positions average out to 201.1 pounds per games tomorrow and Saturday.A erans are Ricky April 4, P. K. Yonge, 7:30 p.m.; will be the speaker. PactFORT interrupted Jimmy's string in
ther pitcher John Combs, out- GHS coach will Signs
Raper, ,
7 Palatka
double-header is slated on April 7:30 p.m.; April 1962, when Brown was botheredby
Saturday with Miami. I fielder Dave Fuller, outfielder 10, at Ocala, 7:30 p.m.; April -make special awards to 'Cane a wrist injury and disagreement .-

Fla. Sothn. ab r h Florida ab r h catcher Lee Summerlin and se- 11, at Jax Jackson, 10:30: players. LAUDERDALE, Fla. with Coach Paul Brown.
Oktavec ss 500 Creese. ab 400 cond baseman Roger Peek. a.m.; April 14, Mainland, 7:30 GHS posted a 15-10 overall (AP-Pitcher Jim Bouton, who
James ab 500 Morcroft ss 600 was second with 1,018 yards and
Fulton c 500 Elliott cf 602 p.m.; May 1-2 Group Tourneyat record, winning the group dou- wanted the New York Yankeesto
luebner rf 400 Blomgren, rf 6 1 2 Candidates Tim Brown of Philadelphia third
I double his has signedhis
Lee, If 300 Shannon, Ib 400Ledlow Orlando; May 8-9, Regional ble-A tourney and bowing to salary, with 841. -
cf 300 Montomy.> 502 Other team candidates include Tourney; May 14-15-16, State powerful Cocoa in the regional 1964 contract, saying "They
Albritton. 3b 300 Duncan. If 501
Buickel pitcher had me a barrel." The Browns' Brown carriedthe
Barry ; finals. over
(a) Mtgm ph 1 0 0 Porter c 400 Tourney.
Hardy, :30 200 Pendley.I p 101 I Steve Culbreath, pitcher; Jim Bouton arrived at the Yan ball 291 times, 14 short of
Hardee. Ib 100 Griffin p 100
(b) Snbrg. Ib 3 0 0 Phalines p 100 Culpepper, outfielder; Jack Eck- kees' spring training camp his own NFL record. He averaged ,

Totals Murphy. p 37"3 0 0 0 (Eqgart.c) Zabla. p ph 100 1 0 0 dahl!, outfielderfirst base; Ho- I Kaline Turns Wednesday and accepted a con- 6.4 yards per carry and

man. Actually, this is deceiving as the probable starting line- Totals '" 45 8 1 ward Hamilton, outfielder; Brian tract calling for $18,000. The, scored 12 touchdowns by ruh-
A-struck out for Albritton in 7th.
up works out to a line of 218.1 pounds per man and a back- B-grounded out for Hardee In 7th. Hipp, second baseman; Steve right-hander said he originallywas ing. His longest: run was 80

field of 187.2 pounds per man. C-struck out for Phalines In 9th rk t Leggett, third baseman; Ed going to ask for a $15,000 yards against Washington and

Smallest gridder out is linebacker Jack Card of Coral F. Sthrn.. OOOOOOOOOOOOt 001 Pavelka, first baseman; Wayne To raise but lowered his price to his best game saw him gain 232

Gables at 168 pounds. Heftiest is tackle Dennis Murphy at E.Florida Montgomery 0000000000001 Pendley. James. Phal-1S3( Rick, pitcher; Dale Turlington, Pitching. $10,000 after encountering front yards on 20 attempts against
251. nes. RBI: Montgomery. PO-A: Florida) office resistance.He Dallas. The last figure was five
Carl Van Winkle
third baseman -
Southern 38-10; Florida 39-17. DP: James ;
Caught on the Run to Hardee; Pendley to Morcroft to. shortstop; and Bill Deas, LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) -AlKaline for about 2Vt months. Then won 21 games and lost yards short of another Brown
Shannon. LOB: Florida Southern 6; record.As .
Florida 12. 2B: Blomaren. SB: Montgomery. pitcher. Detroit's No. 1 hitter, I! went into a nose dive, and by seven and had a 2.53 earned run
Apologies to GHS Homecoming Queen Sandra Allen for 2. S- Ledlow.....Murphy. has turned to pitching.It's the last.two weeks of the season average, the team's best, on a a team, Cleveland led, in
(L O1) .13'12 8 1 1 G 4Pendley
calling her Sandra Adams last week in a pre-regional tourney ............. 3 00014. Coach Dicks said all GHS and the first step in a conditioning I had to sit on the bench." $10,000 salary last year. all rushing categories but attempts !
picture. Dazzling beauty always has had a paralyzing effecton Griffin ............... 3 00020 other students will be admitted New York General and touchdowns. The
Phalines .............. 3 00012 program aimed at The nose dive cost Kaline an Manager
typing fingers. Eggart (W 2-0) .... 4 00002 free to the opening game with strengthening a weak right arm opportunity to win the batting Ralph Houk had threatened Browns ran the ball 460 times

Several former GUS and P. K. Yonge baseball players on HBP: Lee (by Phalines)ip. WP h :rubbea,PendJey. Lee Saturday.The and guaranteeing a quick get- championship for the first time Bouton with a $100 fine for every i for 2,639 yards and a 5.7 yard

the Central Florida Junior College nine this season. John U.Batis Murphy.& Belbeck.A; ISO \ 'Canes will compete in !away when the baseball season since 1955 when he as in his day he was absent from camp average. The Pittsburgh Steel-

Ku}kendall is listed as a pitcher, Terry Stechmiller, first opens. third year with the Tigers. after Wednesday midnight."I ers made the most rushes, 578,

baseman; and Robin Bartlett, outfielder. Kujkendall attended It also sent him off to Mayo' couldn't afford to lose $100 and the Green Bay Packers,
"When I said
as ,
both GuS and PKY, Stechmiller went to GUS and Bart- I Bowling Results I the 29-year-old outfielder younger after a ,Clinic for a complete physical a day," Bouton said. "I have a 1962 champions, led with 22

lett to PKY. workout at the Ticers training and. a lengthy rest period. wife and baby." touchdowns.

Two Gainesville bowlers among leaders in a tourney at INDUSTRIAL W L Waifs Esso 4. Schlitz 0; Budweiser 4. base, "I never had any trouble. I -----

Orange Bowl Lanes in Brandon. Allen Cowan has a 1966 and McKinney-Green 24 12 Tropical Pontiac 0; Mitchell's Shoes 3. But in recent I've been
Duke Lumber Co. 1; Bank of years
Tommy Jackson 1941. If their scores hold up another week, G'ville Piggie; Shopping Park Restaurant Center 22 22"14 3. Boxwell Electric 1; McCoy running into problems with my 6. -

they will go into the finals on March 21-22, in a three-game set G'ville Pepper( Sun Printing Co. 21 21 15 15 Building Supply 2, Wise's Drug Store 2. arm, and I've had to ease up -

under Petersen point play. Several more local keglers will roll BIrdsey Feed Mills 20 16 TWILIGHT on my swing. It's kept me from _

this weekend. Pours Servicemaster Auto Salvage 19 16 17 20 W L.Miller's getting off to a good start. ,: *
52 40 T.
Allstate Insurance 14 22 .
Wonderhouse Restaurant 13 23 McCoy's 51 41 "So I've been working out -
461 *?* -4 ,. ,., .- _
Manaro-s ,
12 24 ,
B&G Motors .i -
44Vj 47V* just like pitcher throwing :
Gator Martin's
Tennis Team Rips Florida Pest Control 12 24 -
RESULTSFla. Linkfwld's 44 41 catching, running." (i-- ___
Pest 4. G'ville Sun 0; McKlnney- Forehand's 40 52 / 2
I Green 3. Servicemaster 1; B&G 3. Exercises _
Paul's Auto Wonderhouse 3. G'- RESULTS
Pennsylvania Squad -llll ville Shop. 1; BIrdsey 3. Pepper 1; Manaro's 3. LlnkfieW 1; Martin's 3. Kaline, who challenged for
Allstate FLA.2. Piggle NATIONAL Park 2.BANK Forehand's 1; McCoy's 3. Miller's 1. the American League batting title -
W L last and finished witha :
Florida's tennis team ran its next match. Deposits 64Vi 35V4 CONDOR PRECISION year ii4 i : -
also has been
I Withdraw 62 38 W L .312 average, :
record to 4-0 yesterday with an S8Vi 41V4 Cats 36 20 '
Results: Forgers Alley doing exercises on a roller-type I :
Bad Pennies S4V 4SV I Aces 34 22 _
8-1 triumph over Pennsylvaniain Singles-Tym defeated Reese, Returns 54 46 Monties 32 24 system of equipment designed _
a match at the UF Cashiers 54 46 Red Eyes 2* 27
6-4, 6-3; Davie Bonner defeated I I Lucky Pennies 46 54 Hurricanes 27 2* to build up his right knee. wi1i: :
courts. Dividends 42V* 57V4 I Split Personalities 26 30 "It's a Mantle-type thing,"
The Gators six Richard Kokler, 7-5, 6-2; Steve Debits 40 60 Alley Oops 26 30
swept the who be
Millionaires 38 62 Gutter Dusters 24 32 said Kaline, agreed _
singles matches and took two Gardner defeated John Stein, Bowling Bills 35 65 Strike Terrors 23 33 could have suffered serious
of the three doubles pairings.No. 6-1, 7-5; Jerry Pfeiffer defeated Deposits 4. Debits 0; Silver Dollars i Seven Tens damage when. he banged

1 player Bill Tym of the Jim Liberman, 12-10 6-2; Los- 4 Lucky. Bowling Pennies Bills 1; 0 Dividends; Bad Pennies 3. Returns 2.: .RESULTS against a wall during a gameat '
Cats 4 Gutter Dusters 0; Horn-
Gators his man defeated Jack Bellis, 6-1, 1; Cashiers 3. Millionaires i Alley last Man-
topped Los Angeles July.
1; Wlthdrawls 3. Forgers 1. ies 3. Strike Terrors 1; Alley Oops :
John Reese, 6463.. In doubles, 6-0; Vie Stone defeated Robert COMMERCIAL 3. Split Personalities 1; Aces 3. Hurricanes tle broke his leg in a similar Miami High (24-1)

the No. 1 UF duo of Tym and Durand, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4. Schlitz W.56 U 40 1; Red Eyes 3. Seven Tens 1. accident at Baltimore last sea "

Losman defeated Bank of Hawthorne 54 42 Kaline ligament"It team is rated one of the favorites in the.stale
Don Losman won from Reese Doubles-Tym 42W I SPERRY SECOND SHIFTW son. pulled a The Miami High basketball
Duke Lumber Co. 53V
and John Coonley, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3. Reese Coonley, 6-2, 5-7, Budweiser 53 43 L popped as I hit the wall," tournament starting here tomorrow. Members of the team are front row (L-R

The Gator netters will host 6-3; Pfeiffer Ron Rebhuhn defeated -McCoy Mitchell's Building Shoes Supply 49 49 47 47 Hydropins Pinhackers' ft 34'4 38 29 26* Kaline explained, "and for a Wonsik, Yarborough, 'Kelly, Chass, Tacornah, Schaefer and Coto. In the back

Tulane, a rival to the UF for Stein Bellis, 6-1,5-7,7-5; Waits Esso Pontiac 45 44 51 52 Splitters Scrapers 34 33'/' 2t XV while it was gimpy. Sometimes row are Johns, Houshelder, Malinouski, Miller, Willis, Goverkar, Akins aidCIzrk
Tropical : .
Southeastern Conference honors Kokler Liberman (P) defeated Wise's Drug Store 41 55 Stampers 29V* 34Y* when I put a lot of pressure on *

this year, on Saturday in their Gardner Steve Hanse, 664.. Boxwell Electric RESULTS 35V4 MM I ReJects 29 2tV% 35Ntohthawks 35H I it, it would buckle. I played on

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14 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964 \

r Show r. Trainer Luro Reinstated, Cleared j

Adds MIAMI (AP) Horatio Luro,]books. Luro's veterinarian, Francis!I during a urine analysis. ,,he believes that Pierce also Is
trainer of Northern Dancer, has Gulfstream stewards reinstated -Southard, testifies that he administered Although the stewards were I innocent. "I'd" stake my reputation -
it he
been reinstated and cleared of the 1948 convinced that Luro was innocent on ,
k.- Luro under regula- the drug procaine to I| Pierce was suspended the day
> s any responsibility in drugging a tion. had choice but to
Gay Lothario March 3 without they no before Luro. No action was tak-
Stars horse at Gulfstream Park.
Members of the racing com- consulting Luro. The next day suspend him. Southard will appear -en to re-instate him because no

I ., The legal action that clearedthe mission indicated they would the horse, who left the gate at before the stewards later. evidence was presented as to

JACKSONVILLE The 19th popular Argentine trainer [meet March 20 and abolish the 10-1, won the 10th race at Gulf- The security chief at Hialeah, when and by whom the drug
may lead to a revamping of the old law. I stream. The drug was found I John Madala, has declared that was administered.
annual edition of Holiday on Ice Florida laws governing such
will be at the Jacksonville Coli- similar
cases and could prompt
seum March 17-22 for eight Mal Y action in other states.In .
I sparkling performances. M addition another trainer, BRAKES EXPERT SERVICE

Holiday on Ice of 1961 presents Joe Pierce Jr., who was sus- '
several skating greats pended by Hialeah stewards in $ 19
from European "Holiday" showsto another drugging case, may also | FRONT END
complement the many regu- : be reinstated.'

lars of the popular spectacle. : : ; _ Gulfstream Park stewards We'll remove front $. 50
One a cute and talented Vien- cleared Luro Wednesday after a wheels, adjust brakes, repack -
nese blonde, Hanna Eigel, is N yN surprise disclosure that Florida's front wheel bear --
known around the world as J stringent trainer regula- ings, check grease seals, 1't'
Austrian, Hungarian and twice tions are contradictory.One add fluid and read test. We'll align front end, 1

European champion, runnerupin : n j.:4- of the rules states that correct camber caster .
and check
i toe-in, shocks.
World Championship compe- trainers are responsible for 6 MONTHS TO PAY exhaust and
tition and holder of a dozen sec- that to the system
tional titles. everything happens USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ON SERVICE WORK grease seals.Change.
horse and can be suspended in

Way of Life a drugging case whether they
Skating comes naturally as a are guilty of the act or not. But
way of life to Hanna EigeL Her the Florida Supreme Court over- USED TIRES revs -

parents held titles of their own Ice Show StarHanna threw that regulation in 1947, New Discontinued
before her time and she was ruling it was unreasonable, arbitrary -
trained as a competitive skater Eigel of Austria Is one of the stars of Holi- and denied a trainer REAL BARGAINS FOR SECOND CARS & SPARES. Factory Blemish I
of due
she first right
the moment was process.
day on Ice of 1964 which will have a six-day run,
able to stand up on blades.Hanna's More Liberal UP TIRES! I
March 17-22, at the Jacksonville $088 TQ
graceful effortless The year after the Supreme
solo performances in the 19th I' Court decision the State Racing UP No Trade Needed 30% DISCOUNT TIRES! I

edition of Holiday On Ice bring Commission adopted a more liberal -
added enjoyment to the specta- Little Town rule allowing stewards to
tors. Two of the revue's big clear a trainer if he is not found .1

spectacles "Barn Dance, U.S. personally guilty. However, 10 GOOD/YEAR SERVICE
A." and "The Melodies of Vic- .years later, in 1958, the commis-
tor Herbert," give Miss Eigel an Comes Alive sion approved another rule almost -
opportunity to display a variety
exactly like the one struck
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of skating routines to suit the down. Both remained on the .
moods and tempos of the music. --- --------- -- --
Evening performances of Holiday SEBRING No other little Faster than the Italian jewels,
On Ice are scheduled at town in the United States under- the Cobras have only to increase -

the Coliseum Tuesday, March goes an annual transformationto .their stamina to break

17, through Saturday, March 21, match Sebring's.For the Ferrari stranglehold. STATE HIGH SCHOOL
at 8 p.m. Matinees will be held 51 weeks in the year it Ready to challenge these two
Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and Sun- is so quiet and peaceful that mighties, should they falter under .
day at 1 pjn. and 5 p.m. one can hear an orange drop the unrelenting pressure of
from a tree or a fish jump in the straights, bends, hairpin
reserved with
All seats
are the tranquil lake round whIchit turns, S's and distance, are the
and $2.00. Children -
prices $3.50, $2.50
I is situated. I Porsches of Germany, the Cor-
half at the Saturday
price Then overnight it be- vettes and Pontiacs of the U.S.,
1:30: pjn. and Sunday 5 p.m.
tnatinees. Tickets are on sale comes the Mecca for automobile the Jaguars, Austin Healeys,
racing fans from all over !MGB Triumphs Lotuses of
at the Jacksonville Coliseum, Ci-
Tic Auditorium Hemming Park America and Europe. Its tree- England and a host of others. BASKETBALLTOURNAMENT
bordered streets resound to The starting field was origi-
Box Office and also several out
of town locations. the thunder of high performance nally limited to 65 cars, but the
cars and its hotels, motels number was increased to 70 by
and boarding houses burstat race director, Alec Ulmann,
Gator Docs the seams. when the largest number of en-
The cause of the transformation tries in the history of the race
is one of the world's clas poured in.

:: Close Out sic racing- events, the Sebring I
12-hour endurance race, that !
attracts the best that the world FSU WinsTournament

:With Win has to offer in super speed
cars and the icy-nerved men

Gator Docs avenged their lone who handle them.
City League basketball setbackof I This year's Sebring classic
the season with a 69-56 tri- will be run on Saturday, March TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida
umph over Firemen last nightat 21, and it promises to be the State University's basket-
Gainesville High School gym. most bitterly fought, and at the ball team won the first annual

'Penn Chem downed Tipoff5J544 i highest speeds, of any ever Barranquilla tournament in
in the other contest. contested over the demanding Barranquilla, Colombia South FLORIDA GYMNASIUM
;The Docs were led by Dick 5.2 mile track. America last weekend, winning
Odom who poured in 46 pointson Heading the entry list is Ita- three games handily.
16 field goals and 14 free ly's Ferrari the blood red racing FSU defeated the Universityof
throws. Joe Daniels hit 22 points machine that has won six. Palmira 75-39 the University -
for the Firemen. of the last eight Sebring rac- of Antioqua 83-50: and the

,The Docs led 38-22 at halftime es. The Ferraris would be pronounced University of Atlantico 9340.

and) held off a rally by the Fire-. favorites this year The tournament dedicated FRIDAY &
rjien. were it not for the swift rise of /parranquilla's new sports SATURDAYFIRST

-Penn Chem jumped to a 30-20 the American Shelby Cobras. coliseum.

halftime lead on Tipoff Club and
matched the losers in the lastIpif.

Troubles Piling
J Ken Joyce tossed in 20 points
for Penn Chem and Max Petzold
hit 15. Bill Wood had 16 for losing ROUND GAMES FRIDAY

>> Tipoff Club. for ListonDENVER
J Last night's games closed out High

regular-season play. FRIDAY- '9:00 A.M. Class C Campbellton vs. Lake Placid
CATOR DOCS Odom. li-14-4i: '
Watson, 22-4 McDowell. 3-3-; Jones. (AP-Troubles are advisor, and his brothers, Rob-
1-13 13-5. Totals, 23-23-
69. ; MacMillan piling high for Sonny Liston, ert A. and James F. Nilon, and
wtrth'FIREMEN 51.11; -Daniels Owens, f-422 10-2; ;Slaughttf Blood-. who lost his heavyweight boxing Inter-Continental also were I 10:30 A.M. Class B Madison vs. Zephyrhills
3-3-9; Sklrvln, 1-0-2; Kirkland, 3- title to Cassius Clay last month. named as defendants in Katz'
2-t Strawn 011. Totals. 23-10-54.
Score by quarters: Murrcipal court officials said suit. He charged that the Nilon
Firemen( Docs 13 7151915 2S 15 16 -- 69 54 he will be tried between March brothers induced Liston to dis- ., 1:00 P.M. Class C Hilliard vs. Lakeland-Santa Fe :

VENN 17 and April 10 on charges of place Katz as manager and
CHEM wisiwr 3-3-91; ; petzeld -
5-5-15; Allen. 21-5; Joyce 100)0 speeding, reckless and careless :place him with Jack Nilon. re-I .
(.; 2MSS.fflPOFF Perry.. 2-0-4_Sutton 011. Totals. driving, carrying a concealed I To accomplish that, Katz 2:30 P. M. Class B Malone vs. Mount Dora
CLUB Baldwin 124: weapon and driving without a Inter-Continental was formed
Sirlngtellow 1-0-2; Donlgan. 4-2-10:
Hicks: 1.1-3; Neder 23-7; Wood. 7- valid operator's license. He was I with Liston holding 47% per cent I
2-16. Totals.by quarters U84&score : 'arrested Tuesday and releasedon 'of the stock and Robert and 4:00 P. M. Class A Plant City vs. Riviera Beach
P nn Chem 14 U 13 II 55 '
bond. James Nilon the balance.
T'poff'| Club f 11 11 13 44i $300
,, Liston's former manager, Bentley said he was hired by
\Iclrosa Town George Katz of Philadelphia, Inter-Continental in December : 6:30P.. M. Class AA Pensacola vs. Hillsborough .
1 I filed suit in New York City 1962 at a salary of $330 a week. .
Girls Defeat Wednesday asking $1.3 million He asked $16,001 in back salary
'i from Liston for breach of con- and $100,000 which he said he j 8:00 P. M. Class A Palatka vs. Seabreeze
High School tract. lost because the firm did not
In another action federal grant him three Chicago outlets "
'MELROSE The Melrose marshals served Liston with for closed-circuit television of I :;,: 9:30 P.M. Class AA Cocoa vs. Miami Senior

I, tojvn girls team defeated the papers Wednesday in a suit for the Liston-Clay fight.
t high school lassies, 31-18, in a $116,000 filed in Chicago by Ben The ex-champ was arrested i ".
benefit game at the school gym Bentley, also known as Ben Tuesday night by traffic officer I
Monday night. Betty Cox led Goldberg, who said he was hiredas James Snider who said radarin I
thfc winners in scoring. publicity agent by Liston and his patrol car registered Lis- SATURDAY FINALS
\ The: men's town team won Inter Continental Promotions, ton's Cadillac speeding 76 milesan
I from the Melrose high schoolboys Inc.Jack hour in a 30 mile an hour I
in the other game played. Nihon listen's present zone. ,
benefit I 3:00 P.M. CLASS C 7:30 P.M. CLASS A
Another is
fray planned I
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for t. t
Sunday night against a '# i

Gainesville The Melrose hospital girls team.town team Lit seems alitheuicest: : J 1 4:30 P.M. CLASS B 9:00 P.M. CLASS AA
', ., : .... .' ,., :' .. ,. U s st
would like to book games with < '.' ,
: ,
teams in the Gainesville Petti- t people drink -

coat, League. ; l J
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Gassett Fires

takers. to Win OLD ADULTS $1.50, STUDENTS 75e, CHILDREN 25c

Lakers won from Swishers 56- R1CKDRTHICKORJ
I 40;last night in a Senior League I

cage game at the Boys' Club.! i Holiday Inn Bambi Manor
Coolidge Gassett hit 24 points Tom Sawyer Casa Lorna
i foe Lakers. Tommy Thomas had Motel Motor Court Motel
Motor Inn
13for: Swishers. LodgeUniversity

I Broncos beat Chargers, 1S-3, : ; I
in|a Midget League game as ? w-----"wM-v Hil-Top Gator Howard
I Steve Davis led with four points. :, 10 ; HotelThomas
..light f Inn
Raiders topped Buffalo Bills 12- : ::} h. years; : : '., Motor CouK Motor Johnson

7 points., :and Cowboys Pat Padgett won over hit eight Tex- fi\\; :-JO: years ,:,,'mello, !':'- ::', J : tourt Motor Lodge

$..a,...W. &* K .BVY "
ans, 1S-9, as Jeff McChrist- Ut *.jmiZ&.f Jt-.A .i n ti*V4r-"Wmtifti&ti&.jtj: :g.tt '
19 tallied six points, um da- mittrt Bfiusci luian*u ruof OLB most sijuuu ttRuuk 1 1fI


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I Thursday, March 12, 1964_ Gainesville Sun k

f Story Time Set For Friday 1 Big Rattler -- I ," H* IN 'CYCLE RACEEndurance .

Story Time at the Gainesville Hour at the library for children Killed HereA
Public Library will be held on from 7 to 11. Cindy Craw-
I. Friday afternoon from 3:15: to ford and Sharlan Eng, mem- 5-foot, eight-inch diamond- kf aww' Is
4 o'clock for children from 3 bers of the Sigma Anchor Clubof back rattlesnake was killed yes- KeyDAYTONA
to 7 years of age. the Gainesville High School, terday in a field behind Lincoln
The storytellers will be Car- will tell Russian folktales. High School. bw.wl. --

ol Ann Reid and Diane Finn- I BEACH Jody :miler for 250cc machines. This,worth $12,000 in prize mono
I man students in the Collegeof I I Science instructor Albert Hen- f b Nicholas, the 20-year-old junior 'should be a thriller all the way.!I and 101 points counting towar I
Education of the Universityof The Houston Colt .45s won 13 dricks HI shot the snake after
I The big race on Sunday is the national champion s h ij '
at the of the South
Florida. of 18 extra inning games during -'he was summoned by students.A y.n rE University .
On Saturday morning from 1963, their second year in second snake escaped, wit- who manages to combine motor
I 10:30: to 11:30: there will Story the National League. nesses said ., cycle racing with scholarship, Smnn :
7. thinks that endurance will be
the key factor in the running of
225 W. University Avenue .:_
,the Daytona 200 national road

,race at DaytonaInternational
Lad. stage your KITCHEN REVOLUTION T1 Speedway next Sunday.

1 "There'll be some tremendous .

before hot weather begins! 1f f: speeds on the course, now s-1t-i:. .C?. i -
that the race is on the full 3.81- ':t'fr \ !
mile layout Jody said, "but ?
t when you start hitting 140 and ;pJ v '
w: 9 rgt 150 miles per hour on those turns f; ei. '4yi '
.. \. ,.,.
.r. ...
; .
sc MANDCOOL % x'STUDENT and straights, you'd also start :.l"1", .-'!.: !. ,ti"a
: worrying about how your bikeis "
going to take it.for 200 miles." ff:

TEACHER DISPLAY SNAKE Did Jody plan to run that fast N'I.
Mickle Holds, Hendricks Watches on the course that takes in both '.' .,.
co -0 high-banked turns of the Speed- co

( 76ers way?

Helping "Sure, I do," Jody said, "I'll I 1
have to keep up with the field.
But I look for lots of dropouts.The 1 I
-- 0,06 O CLEAN Warrior CauseBy winner will be the fellow I"III V
who had the good luck to have

,w. his machine stay together. I :
'% 'jwWro6- "
hope I'm the lucky one.
c, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS behind the first place Warriors I
a .o COOKING If the San Francisco Warriors, and has only four games to Concert Master ?
... late of Philadelphia, hang up make up the difference. "
their first National Basketball Baltimore, which plays at Nicholas an accomplished 4 I
violinist, serves as concert mas-
I Association sectional
o. championship San Francisco tonight, absorbed -
ter for chamber
since moving West two a 115-109 defeat from the groupat
the University of the South,
: with aELECTRIC years ago, they'll owe a debt of Lakers at Los Angeles in
and is of America's
their top 411
gratitude to Quaker City Wednesday's other scheduled
,: expert riders. He will face 97
successors. NBA I
The crippled Philadelphia; game. top experts, representing 35 r
RANGE! 76ers knocked off the St. Louis I Hal Greer, with 42 points, led States, in the Daytona 200, whichis -- -FJi- 7
Hawks 124-111 Wednesday night the 76ers to victory on the the feature race of the annual l

(And let "Off} -Season" Savings up to $60!) and dealt the Hawks' Western Hawks' home court. The score AMA Motorcycle Classics.
was tied at halftime 56-56, but
Division title hopes a near-fatal The meet opens on Friday
blow. St. Louis is now 1% games Philadelphia gradually pulled with 101 amateur riders
Don't be hot and bothered away in the second half. Bob compet-
ing over the 3.81-mile course in
another summer with an old-fashioned Pettit got 25 points for the a 101-mile duel.Saturday's .
range. Demand your right to calm, DefendingChampions Hawks.
Elgin Baylor sparked Los An- schedule featuresa
cool, clean working conditions in your
geles' victory over the under- double bill. In the first eventa
kitchen. issue an ultimatum now. manned Bullets with 25 points swarming,field of novices will k
cu: aacua=1t: mn: that nobody's going to eat a hot meal Lead Field and Rudy LaRusso added 23. go to the post in a 76-mile battle.
iT n all summer unless you get Baltimore's Walt Bellamy captured Following them, a whopping, Color really comes into -
lJ a modern flameless electric range! game scoring honors with lineup of 137 amateurs and experts -
SAVE ST.PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) 31 points. will fight it out in a 100- its own whereit
U What a relief it will be not to have The defending champions of
n the worry about flame and fumes! professional golfing's four big- belongs, in the free-
UP TO $60 DURING B tournaments led the field Ozzie Toole's 622 Series '
G n Your meals will be tastier when you're gest and-easy casual smartness of our new spring
in control of into the first round today of the
H !I lJ precision cooking.
l1 n And here's the clincher! Terrific savingscan $25,000 The new St. Petersburg Big Three Open.included Sets Pace in Night OwlOzzie collection of comfort-conditioned Sport Coats,

n installation During March allowances and will April be, lJ a be had now-during Florida Power Jack Nicklaus, winner of last from $29.95 to $59.95.
u made to our customers for m Corporation 'Trade Parade! year's Masters and PGA tour- Toole of AFROTC had a high hame. I
B switching from flame: to ti naments; Julius Boros, winnerof 622 series on games of 174267181 Ginny's totaled 2932 on 989-,,
II flameless electric! nU the U.S. Open, and Bob to top the Night Owl League 961-982. Coca-Cola had a 1013 .
RANGE-$25 Charles, winner of the British at Palm Lanes last night. :
nn Open. His 267 of the high game.
WATER HEATER-J25 was high game 1
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O pan-...._acme afrirr winners.It AFROTC totaled 983-1080-1060-( 7; Marion Nieland, Brown's, 4-
Ie m CI lih#t.Ut:; t l rnJJ t9NOOJ included the last four St. 3123 with the 1080 high game. ,,10; Estelle Tilghman, Walt's, 4-
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_. Area and Statewide Fishing Continues to Improve It

t T shrimp and Bang o lures. ing taken on fresh water and pipeline rights of-way, should lend their support to

( -. .;. GENERAL Large schools of jack crevalleare H shrimp.THINGS and super highways.As the special week and the

.:. Area and statewide fishing I AREA FISHING now in the lower river. L Astreami TO COME the present trend con. long-range purpose it is trying -

fishing is yet to come in our National Wildlife Week is tinues few places will remainfor to serve.

area. However, in areas to CEDAR KEY CROSS CREEK afld/w just two short days away. It fish and wildlife unless The out-of-doors has beena

our south some kinds of fishing Joyner's Motel Sportsman's Haven will be observed the week of lands such as these are secured very potent part of our Am-
I. have peaked. This is prob- Speckled trout fishing is Speck fishing good to excellent March 15-21. The theme for and dedicated for this erican tradition; let's keepit

;; ably true for bass and speck picking Mr. Joyner and in Orange Lake. this year is America Needs purpose. that way.Special .

fishing on Lake Okeechobee, David Bell up. took nice catchesof Thomas Fishing Resort 'tIG4en1LStokcsVJt Outdoor Recreation, Act Nowto Many cities and states have weeks come and go

.. .. for example. Area fishing of trout on both Saturday and Limits of specks are being Provide For The Future. passed bond issues, or provided the year 'round, but I venture -

-j all kinds can be counted on to Sunday. They were using live taken in Orange Lake. 1- P4 Though this is the theme for outdoor recreation funds, to say that few pack the

improve saltwater and Lee-Mac's Fishing Lodge the week, it is one that to make certain that their citizens long-range whallop that the

1.: freshwater alike. In the salt shrimp. Speck fishing excellent; should be kept in mind every will have places for out- coming National Wild! i if e

t :,; waters, kingfish and Spanish CRYSTAL RIVER shellcracker fishing goo d. week of the year. door recreation. The time for Week does. If this theme is
mackerel are presently edging Knox's Bait House Limits of specks are being ;_ -' Today is often called the action is now; not in the fu- heeded, all posterity will benefit

north along our Gulf flank; Snook speckled trout, and taken; mornings seem to be "Jet Age," or "Space Age" tur!

r'- the tarpon are sure to follow.In jack crevalle are being taken. best. Bass are l hitting in creek fished on the bottom. Springs) took six bass Satur- or "Atomic Age," or "Nuc- All persons interested in

area fresh waters, specks Snook which aren't too common early in the mornings. Shell- Tyson's Fishing Camp day wading the eel grass bedson lear Age," etc. It could also present and future recreational Good fishing and REMEMBER

and bass are either beddingor in the river are hitting. crackers are being taken in Speck fishing good in bon-: the edge of Lake George. be aptly dubbed the "Age of needs of the country take a boy fishing!

getting ready to bed. Then The Bang-o-lure took an 18- creeks on live worms. nets. They took these on black Outdoor Recreation".

post-spawning "feeding fren- pounder last week. Speckledtrout J. M. FIELD'S REPORT Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp worms. Leon tells me that Nine out of 10 Americansnow

l. zy" is still in prospect are yielding to live John Ellett and son took Speck fishing good. Specksare speck fishing in the runs is participate in some formof

\ nine bass and several specks being taken in open water, good to excellent. outdoor recreation. Over I
in the bonnets, and in shallow TACKLE BOX REPORT $20 billion is spent each yearin
-- Sunday in Santa Fe. They took
.,. waters of creek. Top entry in bass fishing pursuit of this importantmeans
the bass Hawaiian Wigg-
on a
\. NEWNAN'S LAKE contest for March (and the of relaxation.
ler the specks on a jig. ,
; t:
.. McGilvray's Fish Camp year) is Emory Singletary's Today with higher incomes,

.... LOCHLOOSA LAKE Speck fishing good; bass 12 pound, 11 ounce lunk- shorter work weeks, and bet- f

'w. Carl's Fish Camp fishing fair to good. Speck er. He took this prize fish ter highways, there have been

..., Speck fishing good. Specksare fishing is picking up; Best Sunday in Orange Lake en huge increases in camping, ,

being taken in bonnets spot is north end in the a black worm. boating and fishing. Recrea- '

"r and also trolling. "woods." The water level of Other entries in this tion areas are being used by

'" Cross Creek Fish Camp lake is slowly falling. Area month's contest over the millions more people then a

Fishing has picked up since bass fisherman will be inter- past week are 9-pounds, 12- few years ago. This rapid population

': weekend. ested to learn that McGil- ounces (by Hollis Flint, increase makes pro- &i

vray's is an official weighing caught in Watermelon Pond, per planning a must.

tf. Norman's Fish Camp station for Winter Haven's U. caught on black worm, date- One of the greatest problems -

.f..t. Speck fishing good to excel- S. Open Bass Championship. 3-5) 11-2 (L. L. Petty, John- is to provide sufficient
lent bass fishing is pickingup
; ORANGE LAKE son Lake Rapala, 3-5), 12-4 close-by facilities for people I,

..". ; shellcracker fishing be Paradise Cove Fishing Camp (Buck Benton, N e wnan's, living in metropolitan areas

'" ginning. Limits of specks are Speck fishing good to excel- black worm, 3-5)), 8-8 (Roland (where two thirds of our population -
taken in the bonnets.
being lent; bass fishing is pickingup. Haney, Newnan's, topwater live). _
.f I Billy Hertel took two bass Sun- Limits of specks are being Paw Paw, 3-5)), 9-10 (Ar- It is difficult and costly to \
day on a top water plug; the
... taken along northeast shore thur Burton, Newnan's, blue obtain recreation regions I
largest went 8%. Shellcrackersare
worm 3-6)) 10-7 (Lula Mae
from Paradise Cove north on close to the cities and their
.. being taken on live worms
... minnows. Boggs, Newnan's, red worm, suburbs, but it is most nec-
3-7)), 9-14 (Tommy Mathis
: SANTA FE LAKE essary to provide daily and

Fisherman'sLingo Shipman's Fish Camp Middle Lake, red worm, 3-7)) weekly recreation enjoymentfor

Speck fishing good to excel and 9-11 (V. T. McKinney, physical and mental ben-

lent; bass fishing good. Nice Newnan's, black eel, 3-11)). efit. Gainesville city fathers
I AlsoImportant Limits of bass were taken and residents could well
y catches of specks were com-
by Jim Estes in Newnan's
on take notice!
mon during past week. Two
.1 the Rapala and blue worm, Planning for the future be-
: men took 16 bass up to 9&
1\ : on Hawaiians. Bass are mov- Tommy Mathis in Middle I comes increasingly par a-

.0 ing closer to shore. Bream Lake on the red worm, and mount when it is realized that

One wit claims that anangler's fishing is starting to come John Welsh in Middle Lakeon the nation's population is expected -
the red worm; all were to double within the
stature in the fishing Proud CatchDale
world is measured by his around.ST.. JOHN'S RIVER taken Saturday. next 40 years outdoor par-

mouth as well his ability to LAKE WAUBERGUF's ticipation is expected to trip
I"I"r" '" as Lake Lake Dexter
( George )
fish.: Camp Wauberg le during this period. Anderson (Paradise Cove Fishing Camp)

,, -k" A. t' ____ In other words, if you're gon Onnand's Jungle Den Some specks and bass are The program necessary to holding an 8-pound, 8.ounce bass. This bass was tak-
-' I ;C:;....,_., na tell fish stories, you'd better Speck fishing good to being taken but fishing, in meet these demands certainto en from Paradise Cove (Orange Lake) Sunday.Sun .
lent; bass fishing good. Limits general is slow. ( photo by Tommy '-)
talk like a fisherman.To Wednesday come is not an easy prob-
: 11-Pounder foster improved relations of specks are common. the specks were bitingat lem to solve. The reponsibil-!
Some nice of bass
strings big
: between novices and old hands, have been coming in. Bass dusk. Several bass were ity for planning and dedicat- World's Record

the folks at Mercury outboards taken Saturday on the red ing open spaces, both land
L. L. with 2-ounce bass that are being taken on bullheadsand
Petty 11-pound
an have come up with a few sug- worm. and water rest with city ,
he took last Thursday in Johnson Lake. He took it gestions that will get any be- shiners. White's Super Shell Service state"and federal govern Salt Water CatchesSPECIES

spinning a Rapala (Model 11-S. ginner off to a good start. Leon Brinson (Gainesville) Report mental agencies, as well as
(Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) and Curt Kirkland (Salt
Certain words always ruffle Rev. U. S. Gordon and Hu with private landowners.

the feathers of the pro. Pole ey White took limits of specks It therefore becomes the ALBACORE WEIGHT 69-1 Hudson WHERE Cariyo CAUGHT N.J. WHEN Oct. 8. 1961

heads the top of the list. Polesare GobblersIn twice last week in Lochloosa duty of everyone concernedto AMBERJACK 170-1 69 St.Kona Helena Hawaii Oct.Apr.25.7. 1956 1955

something you would fly Lake. They were fishing devote special attention to BARRACUDA 103-4 West End. Bahamas 1932
Boat Accidents BASS Calif. Black Sea $57-3 Catalina Is.. Calif. July 1. 1962
flags from or push a boat with. in the trees along the shore- providing for the future needsof BASS Calif. White Sea 13-12 San Felipe. Mexico Mar. 31, 1953
Except for the cane variety, line in the north end at the BASS Channel J Cape Charles Va. Aug.4, 1949 I
Season persons seeking out door BASS. Giant Sea Fernandlna Beach. Fla. May 1941
which is an unmentionable in Old Caraway Landing.WITHLACOOCHEE recreation in its many forms. BASS. Sea 8 Nantucket Sound. Mass. May 13, 1951
some quarters, poles have nothing BASS StripedBALCKFISH 73 Vineyard Sound Mass. Aug. 17, 1913
RIVER Recreation areas close to or TAUTOG 21-6 Cape May N.J. June 12. 1954
; Nosedive to do with fishing. Substituterod March (Dunnellon) the BLUEFISH 24-3 San Miguel, Azores Aug. 27, 1953
28 people in-
and you're safe. are becoming BONEFISH 19 Zululand So. Africa May 26. 1962
Bass Galore Village creasingly difficult to estab- BONITO, Oceanic 37-15 Walker Cay. Bahamas Jan. 21, 1952
Fish smash. strike. bust or COBIA 102 Cape Charles Va. July 3, 1938
S Bass fishing good: bream lish or acquire on a COD 74-4 Boothbay Harbor Me. June 2, 1960
BILL BARBOUR cation hit a plug, but never bite it. LAKE CITY Spring turkey -
By activities in the various fishing good to excellent. Nice nent basis. DOLPHIN 76 Acapulco Mexico Sept. 24,1957
Editor communities around the Bites and nibbles immediatelyreflect season, for gobblers only, will There are competing DRUM Black 94-4 Cape Charles. Va. Apr. 21. 1957
bass are being taken on live uses for the land for FLOUNDERKINGFISH 21-4 Maitencillo. Chile Dec. 8. 1959
Marine Products Magazine where it is presented. People the use of bait-never open March 28, and close April bait. Blue or TANGUIGUE 81 Karachi. Pakistan Aug. 27. 1960
gill bream are be example, industrial use, hous- MARLIN. Black 1560 Cabo Blanco Peru Aug. 4. 1953
.. recommended when spinning a 12, in most counties of the Game
A Chilton PublicationA attending the session are told MARLIN, Blue 810 Hatteras N.C. June 11. 1962
scholar once described hu. of opportunities available for yarn. and Fresh Water Fish Commis- MARLIN, Pacific Blue 1003-12 Kona. Hawaii Mar. 25. 1960
: ?MARLIN Striped 692 Balboa. Calif. Aug. 18. 1931
man history as a race between' further free instruction from Call your outboard rig her. sion's Northeast Region, acCording MARLIN. White 161 Miami Beach. Fla. Mar. 20. 1938
.8 It's the only other gal in the PERMIT 47-12 Beca Grande Pass Fla. May 5, 1960
'education and catastrophe.Latest private organizations. Literatureis to Regional Manager Brant- POLLACK 42 Scituate Mass. Aug. 13. 1960
lives of men to which wives ley Goodson. ROOSTERFISH 114 LaPaz Mexico June 1,1940May
from the Coast passed out.
reports RUNNER. Rainbow 23 Oahu Hawaii 9, 1961
Guard confirm that in boating If there are gaps in the area's never object. Goodson said all counties in SAILFISH Atlantic 141.1 Ivory Coast, Africa Jan. 24, 1961
Use local fish names only. A SAILFISH Pacific 221 Galapagos Islands Feb. 12, 1947
at least, education is winning boating education resources, the region would be open except SAWFISH 890-1 Fort Amador C.Z. May 24,1940
speckled trout in Florida is SHARK. Blue 410 Rockport. Mass. Sept. 1. 1940
...the race. There was an 8.2 per Council representatives coop- considerably different than 'a Levy, Alachua, Bradford, Madison SHARK MakO 1000 Mayor Island. N.Z. Mar. U. 194J
:.'cent drop in the number of ser- erate with local leaders to fill and that portion of Columbia SHARK. ManEateror
spec in Ontario. A lake trout White 2664 Ceduna. So. Australia Apr. 21. 1959
'.'ious boating accidents in 1962, them. Often, later education becomes mackinaw County south of State : SHARK. Porbeagle 390-8 Fire Island. N.Y. May 20. 1962
a the SHARK, Thresher 922 Bay of Islands N.%. Mar. 21, 1937
the Coast Guard. At the for schools Road 18 and east of U.S.
-reports programs area are west, and a togue in the north- 441. SHARK. Tiger 1422 Cape Moreton. Aus. July 20, 1958
Ii same time, the number of pleasure planned.The Hunting will be permitted every SNOOK (Robalo) 50-8 Gatun Spillway Panama Jan. 2, 1944
east. And you'd better call .'.. SWORDFISH '182 Iqulque. Chile May 7, 1953
craft registered increased plan has the virtue of requiring -bream "brim" or be denouncedas ?' Y TARPON 283 Lake Maracaibo Ven. Mar. 19, 1954
\ .'ri', Allison Yellowfin 2694 Hanalel. Hawaii May 30. 1962
., 13.9 per cent. The 1963 figures no outlay for new educational a carpetbagger.So COlwnissionNews .. .. : '. TUNA,Atlantic Big-Eyed 29$ San Miguel.Azores July 8, 1940
.raren't in yet, but the experts materials. Further, i it choose words with TUNA, Pacific Big-Eyed 435 Cabo Blanco Peru Apr. 17, 1957
your TUNA Blackfln 44-1 Capetown So. Africa Jan. 27, 1957
,?think they'll be equally encour provides the coordination needed care, advise the old saltchuck- TUNA Bluefin -77 St. Ann Bay. N.S. Sept. 4, 1950
WAHOOWEAKFISH .49 Cat Cay, Bahamas June 15. 1962
aging. to utilize to the utmost the ers. You may not be able to 19-8 Trinidad West Indies Apr. 13. ,'.1
Keeping education solidly in many opportunities for boating make other fishermen believe WEAKFISH Spotted 15-3 Fort Pierce. Fla. Jan. 13 194
day from one-half hour before YELLOWTAILSaltWater 111 Bay of Islands. N.%. June 11. 1961
the lead is a problem which education already available in you, but at least you can hold sunrise to noon for taking of 11 / Records Compiled by In ternational Game Fish AssociationSHAKESPEARE
,commands the attention of those most states. their attention.
.turkey gobblers
with an abiding interest in boating only.
Hunters must be in possessionof A I' 1 1
a problem complicated by
the yearly crop of newcomersto COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR a valid hunting license, anda New No. 1765 push-button Wonder-
management area Mess of flyte Reel All fWfthPOfl;
the sportAccording TIaM for Each Day, -reUa Wfca RIsk lit* Bmf Big SpecksKirby pickup star drag and many other
to the Outboard when hunting in a wildlife management %CT& features with EXTRA Mb. LINE
Boating Club of America, there'sno Bourgeois, left, and Gene Williams displaya

shortage of boating educa. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN The bag limit is three turkeysfor fine catch of specks taken near Hawthorne last This
the regular and the Week
tion opportunities in most areas week. 'A % price

of the nation. What's needed ii16 17 .18 19 20 21 22 spring gobbler season com --- Only,

more than any new and elabo- )::::, )::a I )4 1 = bined. The number of gobblersa -

rate programs is better organization 1:41 2:33 3:26 4:21 5:18 (5:16 7:16 8:13 hunter may take 'during the RICH LINE I c. ateg. Price
and more promotion of spring season will depend upon Aluminum Car-Top 14.95 PAY ONLY .
All time is given In Central Standard time. Add one hour for the .the number of turkeys he killed
the many boating education activities Eastern time zone; subtract one hour for Rucky Mountain time; two FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING! TACKLE -
already going on. hours for Pacific time. In localities using daylight saving time, add during regular season. A :
I "Check With Charlie"In
I OBC one hour to time found above. Copyright 1964 hunter who killed one turkey BOATS
recommends that
.. anyone The Heart of East Gainesville Phone/ FR 2-1791
'"with an interest in boating education Blacker the Fish Better the Day for Fishing during the regular season will

take a good look at the have the privilege of taking two -ft- I
1O- $7950
I "Illinois Plan" an arrangement gobblers' during the spring sea .

worked out in the Prairie son. g

:State to make full use of every Wildlife management areas in 12-ft. MERCURY 39 NEVER CLOSE

\ :.available resource within the Hunters Spend the region which will be open 9950 3.9 H.P. Open 'Round The Clock 7 Days A Week

state. are Aucilla, Steinhatchee, Osce- OUTBOARDAgainst -

Here's how it works. ola, and Lake Butler. Evidenceof ALL BOATS GUARANTEED

-i The Illinois Boating Council, sex, including the head, must Puncture for 10 $19895

ncomposed of representatives of $1 Billion PlusThe remain on all turkeys while in YeanFRANK1S _ _
all major boating organizationsin camp or forest.Fishing.

the state, serves as volun-- MARINE
'teer advisory group to the state United States hunter strictly in pursuit of the hunt II

boating division. feeds more than $1 billion into ing sport Tides 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629

*' The groups represented on the the nation's economy each year, The impact of the hunter' A

Council including the U.S. and he pumps in another $200 community on the American

Coast Guard Auxiliary, the U.s. million for the purchase of economy is indicated by the CEDAR KEY

.. ower Squadrons, boating and sporting firearms and ammuni fact that sportsmen in 1963 CROSS CREEK CAMPBlack

.. yacht clubs can provide tion.For used up 47,800 automobiles, Today High It 12li .. m. and
any- 1:34 p.m. Low at 7:10 ajn. and 7:11 Bass Speckled Perch Brent
.thing from a simple 45 minute every dollar the hunter 215,000 auto tires and four million n. I I -
spends on his sporting equip- hunting boots.A Tomorrow High at 11:57 a.nd m. I
Acres of Florida's Best Water
.v, presentation or film to a 12-week 1M pjn. Low at 7:41 a. "'-. 60.000 Fishing
"bourse in the fine points of pilot. ment, he spends another $5 and breakdown of some of the and 7:42 p.m. Good
Fishing Days
..lng. more on so-called "side" expenses -expenditures of hunters solely 2:1t Saturday p. m.- High Low at at 1:3':11 1.a.m.m. and and Gas and Oil S Modem Trailer Park

Main tool of the Council is according to a study in pursuit of their sport in 1:74 Sunday p.m. High at 2:20 a-m. and Restaurant Free Picnic Area Are Here Now!
conducted by the National I 1963: 2:42 p.m. Low at 1:40 .. m. and .:02 *
the "one-night stand a two- Facilities
pjn. I Motors S Camping
Shooting Foundation
Sports Automobiles $143 million Monday High at 3:02 a. m. and
presentation conducted by Gasoline $101 million 3:07 p.m. Low at ':09 a. In. and Guides Launching Ramp I SEE: THUNDERBIRD BOATS
.,tate boating law enforcement Inc.Three ':40 p.m.Tuesday.
industries (automobile, Oil $ million High at 3:48 a. In. Tackle Good Cabins EVINRUDE MOTORS
officials and representatives of and 3:36 p.m. Low at >:3f a. m. t
ihe which make the apparel and boating) Maintenance $3.8 million and 10:25 p.m.Wednesday Bait Good Boats I MURRAY & CATOR TRAILERS
groups up gross more dollars from the Insurance $5.6 million High at 4:<<1 a. m.
Council The officials outline and 4:0t pjn. Low at 10:11 a. m.end Ice For Your Need
IL sportsman hunter than I Every
annually Wearing Apparel $268 million 11:16 p.m.
..state equipment laws and regu. do all the firearms and ammunition -Hunting Boots $ 42 million Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla.
4' Jations and the boating educa. companies combined.In Boating $225 million The San Francisco Giants had I GATOR MARINE
Enjoy Our Famous Food Fresh From The Lake
*_ .tion experts give instruction in compiling its statistics, the Hotels and Motels $ 30 million pitcher Tommy Byrne scouts for ,

4--. Jhe basics of boat handling. Foundation concerned its study Food $100 million the New York Mets. State Road 325' at Cross Creek I EVINRUDE MOTORS SALES & SERVICE

?, ?. : The "one-night stand" spear- only with those expenditures, Transportation $10 millionair losing streaks of seven, six and Mac & Nell McCoy- Operators. 1221 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 233331

beads stepped-up boating edu- products and services used ( bus, train, water). five games last season. I u


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Thursday, March 12, 1954 Gainesville Sun 17

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Request I
-813.871 Indust.0.53 I

I 193.081 Rails I +0.42

(The following market quotatIonSare 139.751 Uti!. I 0.14

r w- of the requested Sun financial specifically page. by The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS/ 283.85! Stocks I 0.01
I :ions are furnished by Pierce.
::-- __ pi I Den here.) Murphey Investment Service 6.210.000 I Volume I 1,460.000

-r Reyn Metl .50 40 Kennasaw Life ._ ._ 13% Late
46 y N. Y. STOCK Rich Merr. 49 ffeofFla..._ 5% MorningN.
% __ EXCHANGE R C Cola 1.20 48 Lowes Company is ft

Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 42 Milgo Electron .. 15 Y. ListingAllis

;, : Abbott Lab 2.40 115% SearleGd.90.58 Mort. Guaranty Ins 26

i ft Allied Cern 1.80 55V4 Singer 2.00 96 Pacific SW Air 42 Chal 17% Int Nick 72%

Armco Stl 3.00 77% Smith Kin 1.20a 67 i Schlitz Brewing .. 46 Alcoa 78% Int Pap 32%

_____ Atch Topka 1.20a 41% Sou Cal Ed 1.05 32% Secur. Life & Tr. 45% Am Air 42 Jones&L 74

: : Am Elc Pow 1.16b 60 St Oil Cal 2.00 .. 60% Southern Nitro 17tt: Am Brk 55: Kais AI 38%

: c Amer-M Fdy .90 63Vi I St Oil Ind 2.00b __ 63 Travelers Ins ._ 48M AmBdPar 35% Ken'cott 83%

I Amer Home 1.44a 17% Sterl Drug .65 27% AMERICAN Am Can 41% Lig & My 75

44 : Bauch Lomb 1.20 75% Texas Util 1.20 59 STOCK EXCHANGE Am Cyan 62% Loch'd 38

Amer Enka 1.40a 28% Textron 1.40Tidewater 41 Am Mot 16% Lorillard 44%

Going Up-Up-Up Amerada Pt 2.00._ 35 38 Aerojet-Gen __ 34tt AT&T 140% Mg'vox 38%
Baxter Lab .36 26 Trans W A 34% Analex Corp 28% ATT Rt 2 1-32 MplsHon 122%

The geometric maze of girders and braces, above, which is 100 feet tall. At right, is an overall viewof Beckman _. 58 Union Pac l.SOa 41% Aqua Chem 18% Am Tob 28% MM&M 67%
is a worm's-eye view of the new 75,000-gallon water the tower in its partly completed state. Accord- Beech LF S 1.10 46Ti Und Air L.l.5Ob 56% Aurora Plastics .-. M 32 Ampx Cp 15% Mohasco 13%

I tower going up to supply Archer's new water system ing to the contractor, the tower should be completed ,Bristol My .80 .. -- .. 64% Upjohn 1.00 .. 55% Barnes Engineer ._. 23% Anaconda 43Vi Mons'to 69%

: The center column is a 36-inch outlet pipe about April 1. (Sun photos by Buzz Mixson) 'Brown Shoe 3.40 9O WarLamb.70 26'h Butler Shoe ,_ 7% Armour 49% Mont Wd 36%
,Brunswick _... 10Y Worthintn 1.50 38 Cinerama '_ 15!%! Babcock 60 Nat Dair 67T4

:Cambell S. 2.40 115% Xerox ... 87% Chromaloy 11% Beth Stl 36% Nat Dist 26

Seen I Carter Pdt l.OOa 64Vs Zenith 1.20a ._ 85 Computer Sci 23 Boeing 41% N. Am Av 52%

Bustling Seaports Case J. I. .- __ 10/ OVER THE COUNTER Cutter Labs 18 Borden 73% Penney 49%

Cessna Air 1.00 .... 26 Data Control _. ._ 37% Brunswk 10 Pa RR 34%
Alico Land '_ ... 7% Fulton Inds 8%
,Ches Ohio 4.00 69% Cater Tr 59% Pep Cola 50%
Coas S Gas 36% Amer Fidel Life 24% Gen Develop 4% Celanese 63% Phil Mor 72%
Amer Heritage 21% Mackey Airlines i 6%
CBS 1.80b 45% Chrysler 47% Phill Pet 48
Comb Eng 1.20 28% Amer Nat Ins ._ 21 Mead Johnson ._ 22, Coca Col 128% RCA 37%

With Cross-State Canal Cone Mills .80 ._.. 16 Amer Pion'r Life 4% Pac NW Tel ._ 22/ Com Ed 49% Rep Stl 43%
Contl Airl .40 21 s Anheuser Busch --._, 48% Philips Elec 44% Con Edis 83% Revlon 39%
ContlIns2.20.58% Anodyne '_ ._ 4% Redwing Carriers ._ 10% Dow Che 70% Rey Tob 39%

Contrl Dat .. _.. 76% Citizens Bank 34 RIC Group 10 DuPont 261% StReg P 33%
Conn Lt & Pow ._ 37 Sperry R. Wts ._ 7%
Corn Pdts 1.50 67 EAL 33%
CEDAR KEYBustling sea 'well forget about obtaining help 84% Cowles Mag & PB 13% Syntex '_ ._ 80% Seaboard 481'a
I Delta Air 1.60 Kodak 128
ports in this area of Florida To from the federal governmentand Dun & Bradst '_ ._ 61 Sears 106%
Activity Compared Det Steel .60 13? Tampa Elec 26 Firestone 43%
comparable to those at New follow the lead of Gilchrist
Firs West Fine 18=%! Sinclair 45
Emerson El 1.00 43% Tech Measur 22 Fla P&L 78%
Orleans and Baltimore, were County in developing our springsand Florida Gas __ Socony 7'1i':
Fair Camra .50g 29 11% TWA Wts '_ 17% Ford 56%
envisioned yesterday at a meeting New Orleans Baltimore access roads. Fla. Nat'l Sperry 17
Bank .
Jim Walter ._ .. 30% 40 Valspar '. 8 Frmst Da
of the Suwannee River Val- Wettstein had reference to the Fla. Tel ._ ._ 28 lOt St Brand 76S
59% t
Finanl Fed Sui .
ley Authority. Hart Springs Park, developedand Forrest Labs ._ '_ 28 a Also extra or extrasb Frept StO NJ 82%
Fst Chartr 1.97f .. 45% Frueh Tr 31
Edgar Johnson Alachua Coun- maintained by Gilchrist Founders Life __ ...... 7% Annual rate plus stock dividend Studebak 7
Franklin and Wakulla the the Fla E IOV'4
Commissioner coun- Suwannee as part of Cst Gen Dyn 29'h. ,
ty and executive County. Franklin Life _
of the Florida Waterways ties; and the other district, the proposed inland waterway.The Don of the Florida Food Fair .90 _... 19' 55% Gen El 90% SwiftGen 48 a
secretary Ingram Great Amer ._
Suwannee-Anclote District, will meeting of the Authoritywas FMC Corp 1.00 52% .. 15 ;4 e Declared or paid so far this Fds 89% Texaco 75
Association told Authority Develop men t Commission'splanning Grolier _.___.._..___....
be comprised of Levy, Citrus, held at the Island Hotel Gen Tele .88 __ 32% 47/ yearf Gen Mills 40 Thiokol 16i
members that with the completion department, told the Gulf Life
Hernando and Pasco counties. and presided over by chairman Ga Pacifi l.OOb 62% 57% Paid in stock in 1963, esti- Gen Mtrs 84% U Carbid 120
of the cross state barge Authority members of various Herff Jones .__ ._ _
Hodges said that the principal Mahlon McKinney of Cross Getty Oil .10g 28% 16 mated cash value on ex-divi Goodrich 58% Unit Airc 46'/"
canal and the West Coast inland ways i hi which they could control Home Insurance _
work of the district would be City. Grace Co l.OOb 50% 65 dend or exdistribution dateg Goodyr 46% Un Fruit 21%
waterway from Carrabelle to land use along the Su Jax Minit Mkts ,_
Anclote, perhaps in 1971, "no to try to promote funds for con- In other business, M. L. (Bud) wannee, including the zoning of Heine Curt .80 __ 27% 6%; Paid last year Greyhnd 52% Westg El 35%

struction of the inland water- Smith, Authority member from Sen. Usher warned IBM 5.00 __ 575Y4 Gulf Oil 51% Winn Dix 30%
one can imagine what benefits property.> ,
will accrue to Florida. way link. He said,much of the Levy County, reported that the however, that a "cautious a p-Int Min C l.SOa .. 68 ] NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAR. 11 I Int Harv 67% Woolwth 76%
credit for formation of the two Road had Int Tele 1.00 55% I
He said that the major water Department proach" should be made to :c) New York Tlm I
ways of Florida would be linked navigation districts should go been asked to give a site in the zoning and that zoning shouldbe .llogg .80a ..- 43 High Low Close Net Chg. MUTUAL FUNDS &

with the Atlantic coast inland to Johnson, executive secreetaryof wayside park at Fannin Springsfor left up to the counties in Lehman Cp 1.34e 29% 25 Rails 133.30 132.23 133.02 Up .32

waterway, the Gulf coast inland the Florida Waterways Asso- construction of an office for volved. Litton' In 1.981 __ 68% 25 Industrials 818.83 808.97 814.98 Up 5.07 INVESTMENT CO.
( ciation. the Authority. The office would I Lone S Cm 1.00 ___ 19! 50 Stocks 476.31 470.62 474.00 Up 2,70
waterway, all the to
way Guy Hamilton, Authority executive -
be information Marsh Fid 1.60 39%
Brownsville, Tex., and to the The conservation director also primarily secretary, reported on Affiliated Fund 8.58
19MeG -
center for tourists coming Martin M 1.00 _
Mississippi River. advised the Authority mem- his activities for the month Life & Gr. 9.84
past Capital
through on U. S. Highway 19. Hill .60a .. 37%
Johnson, an ex oificio member bers that as soon as the en- and distributed the first of Mead 44% FLASHES Divers Growth '_ 9.67
Commissioner Corp 1.70 .
Levy County
of the Suwannee Valley Authority gineering survey is completed David Meeks, an ex officio mem- 0,000 new color brochures on Merck 2.00a __ 117 MARKET Dividend Shares 3.67'
said that more boat traffic his department would be readyto __ 19.95
the Suwannee Valley to the Dr.eyfus '_ _
ber of the Authority, said thatif Natl Aid .80 ... 46% '
would be seen off the shoresof let a contract for dredging of the SRD would not give a members. NY Cent .50g 35% NEW YORK (AP) Stock due to rise. The departmentsaid Fidelity Capit 11.14
Cedar Key than ever before. a channel in the west pass of Miller Alachua Fund l>? "**
Roy County Fidelity
site, Levy County would provide Nia M Pow 2.00 SOy market p trailed off early it would set records in this
"It will mean millions of dollarsof I the Suwannee River. The Au- engineer and Authority memo Fidelity Trend ._ '_ 18.41
a site. Rep. Chaires offered to Norfolk W 6.00 123 this after 1 capping a four- quarter and the next.A .
benefits to this area," he said. thority has contracted with a ber, agreed to obtain estimateson Fund'tal Invest 10.68
give a site on the river near NoIndPSl.48 57% day rise to a historic peak. University of -
Randolph Hodges, State Con- Miami firm to do the engineer. Old Town. putting in sheet piling for a No Nat Gas 1.80 52% Losses were generally small study indicated that Michigan Income of Boston 8.27
servation director, had earlier ing work. The state has appro- dam at Suwannee Springs. but consumer Incorporated Inc 9.74
Olin Math 1.20 ._ 47% a number of key issues fell confidence hit
told the members of $50,000 for the projectand Otto Wettstein, member of the a seven year 5.60
Authority priated back Keystone K-2 _.. -_
to the
Owens II G 2.50 95% produce slightly peak during the last three
the creation of two the Authority and Dixie Florida Development Commis- 16.79
navigation VA Hospital Pac G&E 1.00 31Ti lower tone.A months. It indicated Keystone 8-3 _
districts Florida's west coast are to 30 cent, sion, reported on a of optimistic 4.66
on County pay per survey Pac Lting 2.40 _.. 58% pause for consolidation had attitudes almost Keystone S-4 .
inland of the costs. I the Suwannee Valley made bya are as widespread 19.57
the dredging
to promote waterwayfrom been Wall Life Investors '_ _
PacT&T10. .. 30% widely expected on
One State Hal Chaires of Dixie of the Interior UnderwayIn now among consumers 7.62
Carrabelle to Anclote. Rep. Department Life Stock Fund __ _
Pan Amer A 1.20 68% Street. The market was hesitant -
ar the
during 1955-56 boom.At .
be called the and Sen. Etter Usher team. Wettstein concluded by 16.22
I district, to Big County Mass. Inv Trust __
Parke Dav 1.00 31% at the opening then gradually -
Bend District, will be comprisedof of Chiefland both advocated use saying, "I'm sick and tired of 40 DaysContractors Pennzoil 2.00 69% slipped to the downside. noon the Dow Jones industrial Mass Inv. Growth '_ 8.60

Dixie, Taylor, Jefferson, of the east and west passes of, surveys. I think we might as Perkin El --_ 43% Volume remained fairly active -813.03 average while The was off Associated.84 at Pioneer Fund ._ ..__ 9.76 8.34

should start driving Pfizer .80a 47% but below Wednesday's sev Press 60-stock was unchanged Puritan Fund _
Sends Planes pilings that will support Phelps DG 3.00 ?- 66% en-week high. at a record 301.2. With Putnam Growth 9.31 8.16

Bryant 3 Gainesville's new Veterans Ad- Polaroid .20 _.... ... 154% The business news background rails unchanged, industrials up TV & Elec -, 5.46
ministration Hospital within the Pub Sv E G 2.60 76% remained strong as the Commerce .3 and utilities down .2. Value Line Inc 14.91

next 30 to 40 days, a VA spokes. Pure Oil 1.60 .. 44% Department supported Prices on the American Stock Wellington Fund _

man said today.He Rayonier 1.00 36% previous predictions that man- Exchange were mixed in moderate Purchases 495,119
21 Men To Probe FEC BlastsFORT said the pile drivings will Rexall .SOb ..- 38% ufacturers' sales volume is trading. I Short Sales -.- 4,845
Other Sales 513,587
be the first phase of actual con-
I struction. Total Sales __. 518,432

LAUDERDALE (AP-) duty along the FEC tracks from Democratic candidates (in 1960)]) Meanwhile, preliminary workis Advances _.____ 578

The state of Florida has thrown Jacksonville to Miami. but did not support the Demo- progressing approximately on YOUR Declines _._._ 515

three airplanes and at least 21 "In addition, we have the cratic platform. That mayor schedule, the spokesman said. MONEY'S WORTH Unchanged _..._ 252

men into the investigation of sheriffs in all counties involved may not be the situation this He explained that most of the Total Issues _.._ 1,345

violence against I the Florida giving unusual emphasis to the time. I do plan to support Presi- work being done now is on a New 1963-64 Highs 103

East Coast Railway, Gov. Farris situation," Bryant said. dent Johnson if he is nominated. giant; drain line that must be Employe Moving Child New 1963-64 Lows ........ 13
Bryant said today. He was asked if he felt the Of those on the scene, he is the installed before actual construction -I ,

"We've to these 14-month-old strike by nonoper- most qualified." can be done on the property STEER
prevent ating unions against the FEC On a choice for vice pres .
. weekly crimes, news the governor conference told, held his was giving Florida a black eye ident-"I might follow the poli- The line, 1,000 feet long and =====-===== By Sylvia Porter .

r. as far as attracting industry to cy of New Hampshire and nominate five feet in diameter, will keep ? SHOW
.this week in Fort Lauderdale
where he was guest of the Press the state. the man furthest away." the property dry. I If you're an employe movingto and begininning this year, you I care of a child under 12 when I

Club of Florida. "A strike involving a trans- On the Florida governor'srace The Veterans Administration a new job location or a per- as an employe can deduct your the expenses were necessaryto

IN- JJJUjfodustry of this kindis Bryant repeated statements spokesman said that a single son deducting child care expenses -reasonable moving expenses for enable the taxpayer to work.
"there have beenno
Bryant deaths in the FEC bombingsso a bad industrial factor," Bryant hewould, not endorse any picket who's paced in front of you'll find imporant new tax volved in starting work at a There are four expansions: OPENS
replied. of the candidates. the VA hospital site since work advantages in the 1964 tax law. new job location. ((1)) Expenses are deductiblenow
far. It be this
kept Bryant was asked about the started several weeks ago has for children under 13 instead A slow rain drizzle did not
way." He added, "in a free society, apparently forthcoming execu- n't affected the pace of work As an employe changing your You can get this deduction In of under 12, as before. dampen the attendance at the

: lie declined to give an indication -collective bargaining is one of tion of two Negro boys described and has caused no delays. job location, you may have addition to the standard deduce ((2)) The maximum deductionfor ninth annual Greater Gainesville -

of progress into the bombing its aspects. None of us would as morons. "This is a press expression There have been only mild delays -two brudens: first, you must pay tion. It's allowed whether the child care is now up to $900 Area Steer Show this morn-

investigation.The like to do away with it, thoughwe ," he replied. "Their caused by rainy weather, for the actual expenses of moving -move is for the convenience of of actual expenses if the taxpayer ing.
said three air- don't like the cessation of
governor IQ[ was 45 for one, 60 for the he said. yourself and your family; the employer or employe, whether has two or more childrenor
planes, one equipped for night work in a strike. it is for present or a FFA and 4-H Club exhibitors
other. The present standard for and second, you may have to your other physically or mentaty ;
patrol, were on continuous flight "I was a supporter of the commitment of a youth is 40 under Tampa Negroes sell your present home at a loss new employer. If your employer incapacitated dependents; up weighed in their 60 steers at

state policy." which is not tax deductible. reimburses you for the moving -to $600 for one. the Gainesville Livestock Market -

I He said he researched all aspects Interviewed Some employers reimburse an expenses, the net effect is no (3)) The rule is liberalized for opening the show.

Karl Blasts Bryant For I of the case, then "I felt I TAMPA (AP) Volunteer employe for these expenses and tax on the reimbursement. If a married man wh se wife is At 10:30: after the weighing in
ought not interfere with the ruling ]- losses others don't. your actual moving expenses taxable
workers will begin interviewing ; living during the year. of the steers, the livestock'judg-
'Horse and Policiesvotes of the jury." Tampa Negroes next Monday to exceed deduct your the reimbursement, you 'Until now he couldn't deduct ing contest began.

Buggy' determine what skills they possess Either way, what Is your tax can excess. costs of child care, but now he
Frank Howard and whether they are work position? Before 1964 the Treas The moving expenses coveredby is eligible for the deduction (subject This afternoon at 2 p.m., the

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in Tallahassee today. BaseballVERO ing in jobs for which their training ury's rule on both moving expenses the new tax b r e ak include I to various limitations) if steers were to be paraded before

Fred Karl of Daytona Beach John E. Mathews Jr. of Jack Quits qualifies them. and losses was lough. It the employe's! costs of: ;his wife is incapacitated or institutionalized show judge, Sloan Baker of the
The program is sponsored by said that if you were requiredby household and for a period of at Florida Agricultural Experiment
told Miami Moving goods
voters that he would sonville spoke out in south Florida BEACH, Fla. (AP) il .
Station at Quincey.The
reject any agreements to delay the Tampa Urban League and is your present employer to persoial effects; least 90 consecutive days (or
construction of Interstate 95,! for greater state controls in Los Frank Howard, the under direction of Robert Carroll move to a new location for your I Transportation costs for himself less if it ends with her death). buyers banquet will be
the fields of conservation and Angeles Dodgers' leading head of the personnel division I (4) The joint income limitof
down the east coast of the stateif home run hitter, announced employer's benefit, the money and his family; held tonight at the Gainesville
air and water of Sperry Microwave Elec. a husband and wife beyond Cafeteria at*7:30.
he is elected pollution. employer paid to reimburse High :
governor. Thursday he is quitting baseball. your
monies Company's Tampa plant Meals and lodging for which each dollar of income donors will be recognizedand
Seeking support from vote- Fred 0. Dickinson of West He revealed his decision in a you for your moving expenses and his family while in transit reduces the child care deduction Show will

heavy Dade County, Karl said Palm Beach campaigned in Orlando letter to General Manager Buz House Yawns; to was not But counted if movedto as in- Congress considered, but decided -is now $6,000 of adjusted gross have prospective the opportunity buyers to ,'meet
that the Bryant administrationhad today after spelling out in zie Bavasi. Howard said he was come you. you against giving you a income compared with a limitof cattlemen.
the youthful
agreed to delay completionof some detail his stand on the acting with deep regret. Farmers Wait a new location for your own break on the loss from the sale $4,500 before 1964. f

the road until 1972. Florida citrus industry.In "I have found that money I is 'convenience or for a new employer of your home made necessaryby The child care deduction is Trophies and awards will be

not the cure to all ills." WASHINGTON The House the money the employer your job move. If your employer still rigidly limited by various presented to the winners of the
"Small wonder enlightened stops along the campaigntrail he wrote. Rules Committee is in no moodto paid to reimburse you for the reimburses you for I I ceilings, but these four changeswill gain-in-weight contest ...

businessmen are reluctant to Dickinson said that as governor hurry and therefore floor action -moving expenses was counted as this non deductible loss, it will help many thousands who Tomorrow at 10 ajn., the sale
relocate in such a state of con- one of his first acts would Host AppointedUniversity on the farm bill is not like- income to you, the employe.What's be treated as your taxable in- need every cent of tax relief of show steers will begin with

fusion and horse and buggy be to collect the top men in the Inn owner Nat Po- ly before next week. more, the Treasury also come. they can get Check at once I. the grand champion auctionedfirst

practices," he said. "I considerany citrus industry and in science to zin has announced the appoin The measure has passed the yourself and your couldn't family deduct in- The rules governing deductionfor whether you will be in a posi- followed by the reserve

deals that have been madeto further the cause of the citrus ment of Morton Goldstein, for Senate. House Agriculture Committee claimed you if child care expenses also tion to save on taxes throughthe champion. The sale, a't the

be against public policy and industry. Furthermore, he said,I mally J. M. Fields executive, as Chairman Harold D. your moving not reimbursed.The expenses. you have been liberalized by the 196- new rules.Tomorrow Gainesville Livestock Market,
therefore null and void." he would attempt to open up host for the new Carriage Room Cooley, D-N.C., is expected to were law. The previous rule permitted : Breaks on Gains, will conclude the steer show,

Both Karl and Miami's Mayor new markets throughout the and cocktail lounge soon to ask the committee to send it to new tax law contains a certain persons to deduct up to Losses, Business Pleasur according to general show chairman -

Robert King High were to seek world. open in Gainesville. the floor without change. provision which simplifies this, 1600 of expenses a year for the Trips. *'. ? .Andrews..CT'.n .

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laat DEAR ABBY: What does a mother do when a son she loves students canvass the town selling tickets for it. If a dancing AREVOUTHE K / WHUTSLUQtt COUPLE FVXSSENGERS IN THAMKS.BOT) X YOU WOTT
almost forgets she exists? His wife writes all the letters from student wants to do a solo, she has to put up $25 extra, be- WIDOWERLUCKY OF TNINGSBEVY KRAMPS PRIVATE AH STILL SI BEOJE.FOR ]
both of them, and they all go like this: sides paying for lessons all year. I am wondering why a girl YOKUM?vT "BOUT LQSltf > NAMELY A PLANE ARE AUTOHATKAITY HATES y f LONG,WHEN s
Y3, ""Hi" (no "Dear Mother"-nothing, just "hi"): We are fine. would have to pay $25 to dance alone on a stage if she is sucha DAISY MAE? COUPLE OP INSURED FOR A blil 1JON!! BEIN'A NEWS OFTI4AT
JA.l How are you? It i is raining out. Just had coffee with a friend. marvel. If you were in my place, would you send your MILLION.WHILE .'/ SIGN HERE;' WIDOWERS ; 7 CHECK GETS
(No name) 'Bye now, I have to get supper." daughter to such a school? AROUND.JUSTA ./
Tt raP; -; Signature of both by wife. MRS. A. == -of
,How can young people forget all their mothers did forthem DEAR MRS. A.: It sounds like a very costly way to keep I
t ? Where is their appreciation? It hurts to be treated a girl on her toes. Find a dancing school without gimmicks. r
tilt'an this way. Is there a solution? ACHING HEART i Jr far 1 1 vIa : +
:DEAR ACHING HEART: Although the letters are rather DEAR ABBY: I have a girl friend who has a boy friend
meaningless, an effort is being made to communicate with who lives on my street This girl friend writes notes to this <

tMco jou. You can't get love, attention, respect.or anything else boy every day and sends them to him by me. I don't know f: I
from an offspring who doesn't wish to give it. There is no what these notes say, but he doesn't seem too glad to get .,
tit solution but the less you dwell upon it the less your heart them and he never sends any back to her. I am tired of run- ...
NIda will ache. ning these notes, and want to :.now how I can get out of it
of, without getting her mad at me. YORE ON
sqe DEAR ABBY have been considering giving my daughter MESSENGER GIRL I YORE FEET PAW-Gil )
dancing lessons. She likes ballet and toe-dancing. My sister DEAR GIRL: That's easy. Tell your friend you think she SOME KINDUN'OUT ;r -
recommends the dancing school she has sent her daughter to is being too forward. (She Is.) That the boy doesn't appear to = OFTH WOOD BOX AN -
1 + for 12 years. She says the teacher says her daughter is a appreciate her notes (He doesn't.) And you are tired of E-c MEND UPTH FIRE y
marvel. running notes. (You are.) And if she "gets mad," she's not H.cen r

Every year this dancing school holds a recital and all the mack of a friend.Amy's I-\ ; .' .. J1M .

t landlord is mur I 6:50 O Farm and Home

dered. Mason: RaymondBurr. I 7:00 O CD Today
Drake, : William O News, Weather J I 'e'fT;
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0r Hopper. Burger: William 7:50 O News : _?
f. Talman. Anderson: Wesley 7:05 O Ranger Hal :::JI 'i
. Lau. : 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
9:00 O Divorce Court
O Folk Festival O Bachelor Father )
$:30 O ID Haul CD Romper Room

O Science Reporter 9:30 O People Are Funny MOPE SHE WHERE'S *SHE JUST HAD TO SEETHE -
(Color) "The Threatening 10:00 O Say When ME TO MY APARTMENT? GOING. LIVES SHE SAVED." t "S yv
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Eye." A beautiful O News-Mike Wallace I HAVE SOME PLANS FOR /t G s .
THURSDAY EVENING is also pastor of Harlem young office worker unaccountably ID Waldo Norris
5:00 O Best of Groocho 's 12,000 memberAbyssinian tries to at- 10:30 O D News

O Riverboat Baptist I tract the attention of an O I Love Lucy u
5:25 O Greatest Headlines Church, reminisces about I unlikely candidate for 11:00 O CD Concentration -<
5:30 O Newscope his 19 years in Congress'l'> romance: a plain, introverted O Price Is Right
5:55 D Local News, Sports, and traces ) man who's already 11:30:: O CD Missing Links
Weather race relations during that i' married.O O Pete And Gladys / .
8:00: 0 Sunshine AlmanacO period. Producer Al Wasserman's -: Nurses-Drama 12:00 Q CD First Impression c. E' w
News, Sports, report investigates !-' Climb a Broken Ladder." O Love Of Life i1 fAk.p df TMb.p, r ''r C30..IL..O'U _
Weather Powell's role in'' Rumor has it that one of 12:25 O News
8:15 O Channel Five News the civil-rights movementand I the resident doctors was 12:30 Q CD Truth or H ,
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite his voter appeal. : involved in cheating dur- ConsequencesO Q l

.. O Operation Alphabet Films show the Congressman -: ing a medical exam. Miss Search For Tomorrow .
O CD News, Huntley, traveling in Europe,i i Lucas: Zinc Bethune. 12:45 O Guiding Light NO/BUT MEANWHILE... I THERE'S THE TANG GIRL'S -
Brinkley at his home in Puerto! Nurse Reed: Sybil White. 12:55 O I CD News FRIGHTENED...AItD 1
7:00 O Rifleman Rico and in his House of- Nurse A y res: Hilda 1:00 O News SAY WHAT WAS I ASKED THAT!SEND .
"Angry Gun." Lucas pur- fice. Chet Huntley narrates. Simms. O Midday z L WRONGWITIi JEANIE s, YOU RIGHT OVER/ > Irf +i> -
1 sues three outlaws, who 11:00 O News, Weather, Sportso CD Local New I 1t
stole his rifle during a "Temple Houston" is pre- NeW 1:05 CD !Match Game <

stagecoach trip Lucas: empted. D Local News (Color) 1:15 O Focus Interview
13 1 Chuck Conners. Cotton: I I O What's New 11:25 O Movie 1:30 O Science r 1 1III
Vic Morrow. Mark: John- 8:00 O This Week-Interview "One Hour With You." O As the World Turns oQ:4
nv Crawford. 8:15 0 Chats On Writing The best friend of a CD Ernie Ford
I O Buckskin Bob 8:30 O CD Dr. Kildart young doctor's wife is de- 2:00 Q CD Let's MakeA
O Moue "A Hundred Million To- termined to become the Deal
t "Unconquered." Romantictale morrows." An oil execu- best friend of the young O Password
of life in the early tive's sudden heart at- doctor as well. Maurice 2:25 O CD News

i American days, with In- tack forces him-and his Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald : 2:30 O CD DoctorsO
rJ e dian riots and a home- right-hand man-to takea Genevieve Tobin, House Party

spun hero. Gary Cooper,I closer look at their Charlie Ruggles, Roland 3:00 Q CD Loretta Young PAGWOOP ill 'i l WELL,IP THAT iii CAUSE I PONT WANT I I
Paulette Goddard, How; lives. Kildare: Richard Young. rrSAYSHERE HAPPFJJS.I HOPE TO HAVE TO KISS SOMEONE
O To Tell The Truth J .
ard da Silva, Boris Kar- Chamberlain. Gillespie: 11:30 O CD Color
loff. ,,'_ Raymond Massey. Lowry: Carson 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say! BEG1NTOUOOKUKE 1NU 9
D Arrest and Trial Steven Bell. FRIDAY O Edge of Night EACH OTHERs '1.
(Special) Adam Clayton O Children Growing ':00 O Slimnastics 4:00latch! Game
Powell, the controversial 9:00 O Perry Mason O Sunrise Semester O Secret Storm-Serial :
Democratic representativefrom "The Case of the Garru- 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac CD Popeye's Pals it r
New York City's lous Go-Between." Clairvoyant 6:30 Q World CivilizationO 4:25 O News

Harlem and a power in Mme. Zillia fore-, Pastor's Study 4:30 Q Burns and Allen .cQ
Manhattan politics, is the tells a death in the life of',' 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac O Super Car

subject of this report. Amy Scott, and the pro-I ':40 (D Living Words CD Movie =1 w.Y
Congressman Powell, who phecy comes true when} 6:43 D Hi Neighbor "The Thing." o I a li9 1 1I

THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker = 3.fZy

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Ntw lurk (Tlmra I most guilt-ridden white south I erals behind steering wheels. of success. In Washington, for 1 I 1 r ; / j -
WASHINGTON How do you 1 erner must have succumbed to I It is probably a mistake, how- example many city dwellers are I
turn an urbane, genteel white I the smug twinges upon readingof ever, to dismiss the Triborough compelled to keep their cars $4
northerner into a narrow-lapel' his white northern brother's Bridge affair as merely anotherrace away from curbs in front of c::

facsimile of a Mississippi sheriff I reaction. aarsi incident. There is another their homes so that the subur- <
? You block him for 20 min!I Many of the stalled- motorists kind of class conflict brewing banists can roll.
utes from his Friday-night mar: in this country the struggle
pelted the demonstrators with
between city-dweller and sub- Concrete is being poured -
tini pitcher. I
curses and garbage which the
urbanite. It is in this conflict through the parks. Homes,
Superficially, this seems to be 'bridge-sitters had brought alongto ] between urban man and subdi-,! schools and churches in the pol- : 'J 4IIIIILLiIAti'E+ I KOTHIN3 SUTIFT3a'cCSARc' I WU. NJT r CYy(1( Y+s'.1., i', 1 1 h w,
the lesson of the racial incidentin symbolize the state of life vision man, that the bridge-sit-i litically impotent Negro districts L 7S UONfyyo'Jflco 1VITHV90Kt c= G 1YE+ Ti 4N THii A1Y F TN .. 5 1' ? h1i1= t; ,' f t G
New York the other evening in east Harlem. It is very diffi- have been leveled so that the Z; / HAVE A 5TKN5 \\ WAR-MAISR JUN3L6 MILL NEVER E 5Y TZAFFICK N3 f1iWIU.i
ters have struck a dramatic i ] PL A5= FRINDS! ABLE T7 WCZSNPAS: wmi TILE /b d t tf"U.CW
demonstrators cult to keep a broad mind when I
I when stopped blow transcending the narrower I suburbanists can roll. Just last VP AW FP S 611 4I MI JTAzYJ r t ,# f'
rush-hour traffic out of Manhattan the traditional suburban way of cause of equal rights for Ne- week the cpngressmen who g
by sitting down in the life is threatened, and it may groes.In handle such things cut the city's
Tnborough Bridge roadway. The even be that there are no lib- school construction budget in
the brashest possible way, half, but granted the full amount
j ( OEf10TE LAr11 A they have asserted that there needed to keep a new city loop
AMT AFFUS I Ott are some things more Important expressway a-building on sched- I ICdr
ACROSS D s E S TADS S 0 I than good traffic conditions. ule.This I >
Frenzied 25. Outer seed S T A T E R E A I D This is the motional point on will prevent the city's su-'
4. Harm cover which the urban-suburban clash burbanist rulers from arrivingat
T E N S E A P S E t
7.Multitude 27. Nourished ANEW E R A T O ultimately turns. The most toler- work too late to stop spend- E-c '
11.Pore 28. Single ant subdivision dweller thrifts en j
cannot from the dilapidated
13.1/10 of an C A R E D S E S t A -
ephah womanSO.. High card A T L R A S S T O W bring himself to say yes when school systems.The .
14. Expand 33.Pronoun R I D D A M C E A D E the suburban supremacists ask city dweller normally has WHAT A2E ne WANTS rr TO //kI;
15. Existed 34.Feast IVIES A W E T O S .him, "Would you want your very few weapons for this fight, WHAT'S PAi.SLEY Ytu DOWG Pur ir AROUND TI+e LOCK APPETIZINGWHEM 'rT
16.Scow: Fr. 35: Single EPEE B E T E L daughter to Commute in slow and the open resistance so far TitA Wn i IT? EDGES OF TB HAAu t SE2VES TTNQR.3
17. Church 36. Acidity I traffic?" has been confined, in Washington STUFF? > ,;<

I 19.sitting Sward 38.Vitality SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAY'S PUZZII I The typical suburbanist sees at least, to a few instances ;' ?
20. Buddhist 40.Level DOWN 4.Wire I the city as a succession of red where fat- at whites in the -4CQ : d r il ;
pillar 4 Male figure 1.Pert to measurement lights, stop signs, school zones northwest have caught the su <
21.Thread column form 5.Restorative slowdowns, traffic bottlenecksand burbanists with blueprints for r
23.Moccasin Justification 2.Betd: -nut .6.Withstand 25-mile-speed-limits between building expressways through
24. Eskimo 43.Since palm 7. In what work and his split level I certain senators' gardens.
curlew 44. Finish 3. Piece of turf war
S..Egg dish "Mind you," he will say, "someof I There are a few guerrilla tactics -
I t s S e f7 e I 'e Unruffled : my best friends are city I available, of course. It is
,.( / 10.Delight dwellers but I don't want to effective, for example when '
/I '& 0' I 12.Swamp have them living across my fast- sighting a Maryland or Virginia Ls, :uu a 0 0 L64o6

14- p4 1$ 21.18.Thin Dishonest cookie est right-of-way." license plate closing rapidly in q
N. 22..Slime There is a case to be made the rear-view mirror, to slow

is ., : 17 I. ;y' I' 23.Fasten for the suburbanist. He left the down to the posted speed limit. ...X HAVENTT f YOU DQ 50NA..tiOU VUOMT AS 'ALL RIGHT IU PO AS YOU )
ft; 2&' 25.Topmos city five or 10 or 15 years ago This often produces anguished THERE A LOWS DISTANCE 'w I SEEN USA YET... /WELL ARRANGE TO HAVE'HER SAY/.YES HERft'S' HERE J .'..>-
I. "%;1.1i 21 26. Fun of with a real-estate salesman's horn-squaking and, after dark, :.. CALL FOR VOL'MISS MA W AM5.' BUT I INTEND TOFE) ...... cb1Wz.r YDU CAN TAKE IT IN THE SEE HER/>-4 IU NOT GIVE ANOTHER CENT
,- that he would be and infuriated blinking of head-
/ ";: -/ assurance only
Y' z _
//:;:: :; 1/, PJOtNlkS II FOR HER CAKE THERE. _tiMCI
'..ay ',,' ;: :; 27.Shackle 35 minutes from downtown. The lights, which signify to the city "*1 (
$g9' as Z6 t/,' t 7 /Y. 28.Caustic salesman didn't tell him that by dweller that the suburbanist's \h ) L% !.
: $ 29.Sip r Fir ;
2' :21 sq 51 I. 30.Copal 1964 when half the populationhad digestion will make him pay for < II '
31.Church law moved their cars to the suburbs -that martini when he gets home. I
'S W 'f 04 95 32.Mr. the resultant 'car glut Decelerations to the 15-mile-
,Wt- I ./ antelope would increase the distance to per-hour limit in school zones a
ik 37 Wi sa SI 35.Hindu 65 minutes. is particularly effective, as the o
4' ;I [41 goddess splendor a Now he feels cheated. He is suburbanist will often zoom pastin !Q 1 I

I fw;: 37.Amer. I determined to keep the distance a burst of blue anger and
4r... ?d 43 E t: ;; 44 caricaturt down to 35 minutes. Being the exhaust right into the ken of
39. drew I top man politically in most the friendly school-corner police- l
'at} tte27ailat.Ar1Ww..un.s a"tZ places, be has had a good deal I man.
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nI l Thursday, March 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 19 '
southern Taiwan and will dem the Circuit Court In and .. -
a mortgage fore- -
With Our Men in Uniform onstrate the effectiveness of County.Courthouse Florida in Gainesville In his in the Gainesville Daily Sin a Court at Gainesville. Alachua C&u
the United States or before the 27th day of I- published in Gainesville'ty. Florida. on this 25th day of Fearu.ary. -
SeventhFleet 1964. and to serve a that the na County. Florida and having a A.D. 1964. .
E to swer defenses I Iter. a mortgage fo-. circulation in Alachua Coun-
rapidly move a significant or upon J. B. CARMICHAEL CLERKBy
'Navy Lieutenant Commander(Patrol Squadron 30 at the Naval don High School, Martin, and combat force to a troubled tiffs. O'Neal.attorneys Carlisle herein& I I : Emily Waterhouse
John C. that this or WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Deputy Clerk
; Feltham, Jr., son of" Air Station at Jacksonville. was employed by the Dixie area in order to assist an is P. O. Box 44. be published I[said Circuit Court of Alachua County (Court Seal)
Mr. and Mrs. John C. on or before said date four consecutive Florida and the seal of the said (3121) 2:27; 3:5 12. 19
Feltham, recently promotedto Lime & Stone Company, Ocala ally. the laws of Florida. If
109 NW 27th Ten is so. a Decree Pro ... .....,.,
serving his rank also before
present servesas entering the Army. tered against you for At X'a .
CI" '
t2.2 .i'
as Administrative Officer of an instructor pilot with the manded in the Amended \ '
Sabbath Service You are further notified
IN THE_ CIRCUIT squadron. ture of said suit is a
AND IDA p oTHAJUDCIAL| CIRCUIT IN Lt Cmdr. Feltham, who entered Marine Private Calvin Thomas closure.It y ;
ALACHUA is hereby orcerca
CHANCERY. the service in June 1953, son of John C. Thomasof Sabbath services at Congregation and notice. shall be JU :;
JEAN GAMBLE. B'Nai Israel will be heldon week for four :
Plaintiff is a graduate of the Universityof 429 NW Third St., completed the Gainesville Daily Sun
\'s. Friday night at 8 o'clock at
South Carolina Columbia er published in "
JAMES RUSSELL recruit training Feb. 25 at the
the synagogue, SW Second Place County Florida and
S. C. circulation in Alachua
DIVORCE Marine Corps Recruit Depot, and SW Second Terrace.IN da.
JamesNOTICE OF SUIT !Parris Island, S. C. WITNESS my hand
: *
Gamble, whose I the said Circuit Court of .F
residence, Georgia.It Route 4. Box 340. Thornsvllle -I Lojs F. Johnson, ffiP?? Mr. The training included drill, .THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. ty. Florida and **>e seal .. 1u
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Court at Gainesville. "" ,
for You are hereby notified that a suit,I and Mrs. Loys A. Johnson of bayonet training, physical con- AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY Florida on this 25th day

Plaintiffs divorce former and the married restoration name.of has the j 901 NW 37th Dr., has been ditioning, parades and ceremo- PAUL J. TEW.IN CHANCERY and HELEN A. TEW. A.D. 1964.J. B.
tiled against you as Defendant by Emma commissioned second lieutenant nies and other military sub- his wife. By: Emily
Jean Gamble as Plaintiff in the I a :i ::
Plaintiffs Deputy Clerk
Above-styled Court and Cause and Three Ada
are required in the USAF upon gradu- jects. weeks were spenton -y. (Court Seal)
to file Answer to
your BARBARA RUTH TEW YOUNG, (3122) 2:27 3.5, 12, If
the Complaint 'I the rifle the ;
filed therein with
the Clerk as ation from Officer Training range firing et ex. et al,, ...
of the Circuit Court In and
tor Alachua County In Chanc e r y. School at Lackland AFB, Tex. M-14 rifle and other infantry Defendants.
Gainesville. Florida and
serve a copy thereof upon said Plaintiffs weapons. I STATE OF FLORIDA TO: IDA. EIGHTH .' 1, .
attorney Barton T. Douglas 1C3- Barbara Ruth Tew Young and her IN AND FOR
North Main i Street. Gainesville, Florida I I He now is at Camp Lejeune,I husband Frank R. Young Alton Henry IN CHANCERY f
on or before the 16th day through competitive examinations -N. C., for combat infantry Tew Earl Mulllrs Tew Ruth T. Story ,CAYUGA FEDERAL fI
of March 1964 and if you fail to da | and her husband Howard K. Story and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF fj#
so, a Decree Pro Confesso will be taken with other college gradu training. the unknown heirs devisees grantees I PHIA a corporation i
against you for the rel.ef: demanded ates. He is being reassigned to I assignees lienors. creditors, or other'business in the State of
In the and thereafter Plaintiff.vs. .
Complaint persons claiming by through under or
said Cause shall proceed Ex Parte. Amarillo AFB, Tex., for training I! against Kate Henry Tew deceased. -UI'
Witness my hand and seal of said You and each of FRED T. MINTER ;,
you are hereby severally -
Court this Uth day of. February. 1964, as a supply officer. : Tom O. Work, electrician's notified that Paul J. Tew and MINTER JOSEPH E.
Gainesville. Florida.J. I Helen A. Tew. his wife. have MAE D. GUM
The lieutenant member of their
B. CARMICHAEL I mate first class, USN, husbandof sworn Complaint in the Circuit Courtof Defendants.
Clerk.Judicial Circuit Circuit Court.In and Eighth tor Lambda Chi Alpha, receivedhis the former Miss Bernico E. Aiachua County. Florida against you Mortgage Case No.NOTICE '
Alachua County Florida, In B.S.B.A. degree from the and each of you as Defendants seekIng OF St.'l. -
Watson of Gainesville is
Chancery. participating ta determine the interest of the ,
(Court Seal) Plaintiffs and Defendants named in the
aboard the anti-sub- FLORIDA TO:
UF.His above cause In the following described ,
Deputy Clerk wife, Sharon, is the marine warfare carrier USS property located In Alachua County 3424 Natchez Avenue ..
(3100) 3:30. 27 12 Florida. to wit:
; 3:5. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Chicago. Illinois
Hornet in coordinated U.S.- ,
a I All of Lots One Two and Three (1 MARY JANE MINTER
A. Maison of Winter Park. T & 3) of Block "A" Oak Park
Address Unknown
Nationalist Chinese

I L1J0c.MAYJ Ii I i i exercise called Amphibious "Operation Subdivision Plat Public Book Records"as A".per of at Plat Alachua Page recorded 176 County.of the In Milwaukee 342 JOSEPH North E.Water 2.and Wisconsin Street MAE D. ;:: :: :: Y \ (t; ; '\ \:' ,

I Pvt. Levy Jackson whose Backpack" being conducted Florida. You are hereby notified ., ,,,, ><>. .iJ. \'> .:t .1(, .f,
{ You are further notified that the '
off the coast of Taiwan. in equity has been 't""x
wife Fannie, and mother Mrs.I return date of this Notice to Defendis you by CAYUGA 1
Business I Prescilla Jackson, live in Cit The exercise, with over 40- April 6, 1964. You shall on or be- INGS AND LOAN / : : : '
: fore said date serve a copy of your PHILADELPHIA a tj; .tL /i
000 men and 140 units participating ,
ra, recently completed a 15- !defense, if ony, upon Lowry and Andrews orized to do business In ; ;
Auto I will culminate in an amphibious Attorneys for Plaintiffs whose Florida in the Circuit Jlf. :
'week radio teletype operation address Is P. O. Box 390. Gainesville Judicial Circuit in and if.: >. u-n- > ., .......".x,
HOMe I course at the Army Southeastjern assault on beaches of Florida. and immediately thereafter file County Florida and you ;: : ; fi';' :" < 'us;$: +iw::; L.<<<*v.w .l rr !' ht... .f ,;", .' i.....;,.:.:' h :::: : <, f
the original of same in the office of summoned, ordered and "
i ufe Signal School, Fort the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the I File your written answer i'u vouswAecN or ANCIIC INC.
I above styled Court of Alachua County'
to the Complaint
Gordon Ga. The
24-year-old Florida; otherwise a decree pro con-
215 N.L 'Il.t soldier entered the Army in Coeds Fight>< fesso will be entered against you. cause against in you the Office In the of the we have such big I wheels on our little car ?
WITNESS one of the Honorable Circuit -
x Sheet I I Circuit Court and
(August 1963 and completed bas. Judges of the Eighth Judicial CIrcuit County. Florida in his .
372-1449 : Dorm Termites of Florida as well as the Clerkof Courthouse in Gainesville
ic training at Fort Gordon.
i the Circuit Court all on this 3rd or before the 27th day of
\ Jackson is a graduate of Fessen- day. of March. A. D. 1964. In 1964 and to serve a some gripping reasons. The VW's wheels ore bigger than they
J. B. ,
.. SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. Va. : Emily CARMICHAEL Waterhouse CLERKBy Chandler answer or O'Neal.defenses worth having big wheels on have to be because VW likes to overdo

WE BELIEVE THAT- (AP) _"A demonstration was I(3137)Deputy 3:5 1%.Clerk It, U dress Plaintiff's is P.attorneys O. Box herein 44, it could have big tires. things in a big way. (like the fourth coot of

called off at Shepherd Collegeat Florida on or before said big tires hold the road paint that you really don't need, eitherJ

Spreading Propaganda is for the Birds the last minute Wednesday IN IN THE AND CIRCUIT FOR ALACHUA COURT OF COUNTY.IN FLORIDA all quired to by do the so. laws a Decree of longer than little tires. So when you drive away in your new VW,

after an agreement was CHANCERY will be entered against you half of it. about
We just give the facts night I, FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE lief demanded in the you can expect 40,000 miles on the
Find out for yourself Where you Gainesville's BargainsIn reached between some 75 fresh- ASSOCIATION corporation. You are further notified people put those big original rubber. (Which is roughly twice

Office Equipment are located. men girls who occupy a dormitory ASSOCIATION Plaintiff a corporation. I VW so that it could have bigger what you can hope for on most other cars.)

known as Miller Hall and vs.EARL T. NOLAN and wife I Obviously, the bigger the But you'll have to go a long way to beat

. RISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT freshmen dean Molly Berwick. MARY Defendants.L. NOLAN, I I the stops. the record held by Mr. Robert Walton of
I The demonstration was can No. 11863 also let nice fresh air in Homestead, Florida.
604.606 North Main St. celed after Dean Berwick as- NOTICE OF SUIT I
) IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF more quickly./ He chalked up 103,345 miles on his
I. 2 whole buildings to better serve !sured the girls that the termites TO FLORIDA: EARL T. NOLAN and wife I Appliances I I that the VW's brakes always original set of 5 tires.
:in the dorm will be exterminat-
OUR FRIENDS :ed. Address UnknownYou I Resident! I more, no matter Which is quite a stretch to go without

are hereby notified that a suit. Industrial i i getting tired.
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equity has been
brought against
1 1i:you by FEDERAL NATIONAL i CALL i!
a0 .1.. -aratr eI1N .aa ttMeprMlaa veil! MORTGAGE i i ASSOCIATION. cor- I iI I I
ua oration in the Circuit Court Eighth I C. P. I i.BRq N MOTOR
Judicial Circuit. In and for Alachua ;
hh (Counly Florida,' and 'you are hereby I i' Electrical
(sunmoned ordered and required to
file your written answer or defenses I' Phone FR -
FRESH LEAN SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRESH PORK ; to the Amended Complaint filed :
University Ave. Phone 372-3582 AYB4lIU11
GROUND SPARE herein against you In the above entitled -'! 910 N.W. 4th
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20 GainetviU Sun Thursday March 12, 1964 .

City JACKIE REFUSES $20,000 PLEAJFK's Little Theater

Bid Date For ]

Help Arrives For Treed Cat Dates Corrected

New Bond IssueBids Wealth Exaggerated' Productions of a special chari}i

after- limb of the tree and then draw- ity presentation of the "Solid
Tuesday I
f By BILL TAYLORSun It all started may be received here on
ing the basket 2frm Zftmrd missal. It is filled with detail and when he has paid Gold Cadillac" by the Little
Staff Writer noon when Mrs. Jack Baggettof up to the cat or around the 15th of April for ftnrk yours ]
"Look at me. I'm as help- 3404 NW 4th St, spotted a I with hopes that he would jump the $6 million bond issue valid- and personal glimpses.Mrs. for the household expenses, and Theater will be April 17, 18,
NEW YORK An extraordi- 20 and 25. 1
less as a kitten up a tree." Tom cat up in a pine tree, apparently -into the basket.It ated yesterday, according to his business expenses-w hie h
wrote to
down. was a good idea, but when letter written by Mrs. Kennedy
The beginning words of a unable to get Osee Fagan city attorney. nary are great indeed-he does giveto I The Sun reported Tuesday
to life in The cat was pacing back and the basket got near the cat he John F. Kennedy to an Englishman ald C. Munro of Birmingham, that one production would be
came I
Gainesville song yesterday.A forth on a limb and telling the scooted about 20 feet higher up "A definite date has not been who had asked her to send 'England, who had sent her a charity-and at the end, April 24.
with the tree in a more precarious set," stated Fagan," becausethe i there is not just a great pile of
big Tom cat got himself world about his plight him $20,000 will be sold at auc- clipping from the Daily Express -, i J
position than before. appeal time for the issue tion here week. In it Mrs. around, The play is sponsored by the
and it took the combined loud meows. next that money lying as you;
treed in-
purported to give
The utilities has not elapsed yet. Inter-Club Council
didn't think too department was conceded that her and
efforts of the Alachua County Mrs. Baggett Kennedy formation on the Kennedys'] imagine, that one doesn't know
Sheriff's Department, the Gain- much about it until she saw called and a truck with two aerial According to Fagan, it usually husband was "well off," but wealth. Mrs. Kennedy wrote what to do with." ceeds sade. will go to the for Cancer pro-I
the cat still the same ladders was dispatched to she denied that he could throw Tryouts the
esville Fire Department and same up takes 20 days after the final that the clipping was "greatly -
the city utility department to tree yesterday, still unable to the tree. The ladders didn'tquite decree before the bids can be money around like a mahara- exaggerated." The letter will be offered at will be at 7:30 tonight. It
reach the cat and Barton be directed by Lillian Ford.
get him out of it. get down. received, so that they can be auction in the Gotham Hotel I
She decided to help the cat Clemmons of the utilities department -advertised. jah.The Munro described himself as
in Mrs. here, at 7:30 a.m. on March 19
letter written
had to climb out ,
department on husband and
out. She called the sheriff's a struggling fatherand LocallIasonslIeet
P 41W limbs in almost .Kennedy's own hand and signed by Charles Hamilton Autographs
and Deputy Fred some as Fagan said that the bids I suggested that, if it were
Duke went to the scene. precarious position as the cat might be delivered in New by her, was not dated. But I,true that the Kennedys could Inc., along with 250 other -
THLATRr The deputy's first tactic of He finally succeeded in looping York as early as the first weekin the air-mail envelope in whichit easily spend $20,000 for an even- autograph items. Hamilton TomorrowA

..+s....R..+ HI.M'f*t-tltl ,trying to get the cat down did- a rope around the cat and May. was sent postmarked to ing party, the sum would be bought the letter from Munro
brought him down. Palm Beach, Fla., Jan. 10, I special convocation of
NOW 2 THRILLING HITS n't work. He tried hooking a better used if given to him.
LAST TIMES basket with cat food in it to a The cat didn't stick aroundto The bond issue for the city'scapital 1955, when she had been mar- last year for $80. Gainesville Chapter Two of the
say "thanks" to anyone. improvements programwas ried to Kennedy, then senator Mrs. Kennedy told him that Royal Arch Masons is slated
Op n <:30 show 7:09 rope, throwing the rope over a
See Beth Late As I:SO "He took off," said Airs. Bag- validated in circuit court I from Massachusetts, for 16 his letter had made her "most Munro, still poor, wrote Ham- for tomorrow night in the Mas
FIRST RUN See The gett, "and the last time we.yesterday by Circuit Judge J. months. unhappy these past few days." ilton that he hoped to use the onic Temple.
-NEW SUSPENSE SHOCKER I : him he still C. Adkins Jr. I
saw was running. $80 payment to "insure a
BROADWAYMUSICAL The reply, written on four "True, my husband is well- Supper will be at 6 p.m.
fr pages of blue letter size paper 'off, but taxes in this country Christmas free of financial wor- I' Starting at 7 p.m., Royal 1
New Radiation Territory I goes far beyond a routine dis-:are enormous, as they are in ry for my wife and my family." Arch degrees will be conferred.

V.2nd:CONNIE!! Hit; At 7:00 FRANCIS A 10:20: "BRIGADOON"Friday March&13 Saturday& 14 Discovered in Space StudyWASHINGTON UCLA Tries Dropping Curfews I

FOLLOW THE BOYSIN 8:15 P.M. (AP) Dis- ed radiation, in itself, does not

Positively COLOR Last Nits At TheP. covery of a region of high-en- appear to hold any serious haz- By DORIS KLEIN out all night-with their par- ends. The rule now will apply women live In the three coedu-
K. YONGEAUDITORIUM ergy radiation far outside the ard to future space travelers, LOS ANGELES (AP-UCLA, ents' permission."I only to freshmen and sopho- cational dormitories-but they
STARTS FRIDAY usual reaches of the dangerousVan it was reported at a symposium which startled some parents guess you might say we'rea mores. don't exactly live together.
ROBERT MITCHUM Allen belts around the with coeducational dormitories little liberal than most
For Reservations Call staged by the National Aeronautics more The new rules are an experi-- have the In
earth was reported today by "We men one
MAN IN THE MIDDLE has with another universities around the
FR 6-2541 or FR 6-0197 come up ex- country"said
and Administrationto ment, she said the dormitories
Space as
the space agency. without UCLA Dean of Women tower and the women in another. -
periment-coeds cur-
I ------ The discovery was made by give results of IMP's explor- fews. Mrs. Nola-Stark Cavette. were three years ago. They mix in the public

YOU ARE INVITED the high soaring interplanetary ations. Officials at the Los Angeles Sororities, however, aren'tsure "We weren't sure what to expect -rooms the cafeteria, living

monitoring platform satel- But it is possible that the campus of the University of they'll accept the new reg- then, either. But it's room, library and loungesbuteach
HEY KIDS! COME lite-IMP-which was launched moon may be peppered with California said Wednesday they ulation, added Mrs. Cavette."they're worked out. wing is locked separately."

Nov. 26 to study potentially the high-energy radiation parti- were dropping a curfew for talking it over." "No one's been expelled for A night clerk presses a buzzerto
deadly periodic flares which cles during a portion of each women students over 21 and Up to now, all women students -immorality-just a very few for admit a young man or wom-
RIDES FIESTASEE pose a threat to manned voy- monthly lunar orbit, said Dr. women graduate students. living in dormitories had having liquor in their rooms or an to their respective wing after
ages to the moon. Kinsey A. Anderson of the University Juniors and seniors in good to be in by midnight on week breaking furniture." they show identifications cards,
The amount of the newly notYour of California at Berkeley. academic standing also can stay nights and by 2 a.m. on week- Up to 800 young men and complete with photograph.

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5 2:45-6:00-9:00: : : CARRIER when he stops
by to collect this week! e S.T.R.E.T.C. !

Just as you count on him F SPORT SUITS
for delivery, he relies on NYLONS .
you to pay him regularly. stz

iwII succeed As bills an independent by he's paying eager businessman his i to- Sale 4.88 Sale 2 for -1 i biij

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PLAYS THRU Ing his maximum profit. REGULARLY 5.99 1; : A
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JOHN HUSTONCOLOR calls. Coat:many plaids, every ,
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Thursday, March 12, 1964 Galnesyille Sun 21

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Beneath This anner Are The' World's Best Bargains



SPECIAL OFFER DURING KWAM (Save $4.80) plus Guaranteed results Tell us if the Results are not Satisfactory we Will re-run the ad for 6 Days

.. $ FREE;!

WA 1 LINES| 2 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pickup extra cash Sorry this offer Limited to Non-Commercial advertisers.

i K DIAL 372-8441 .A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.


: 8 Baby Sitters, Child Care 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale

l-i; ThingsYou COMPETENT mother will care for I CLASSIFICATION INDEX

. children. I 4-BR Fla. Rm, fireplace partial
Days or after school.
3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
WANT-AD RATESPH. A-C. walk to schools. 119400 FHA.
II Reasonable In my home. 999 Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue
S900 down. 3544 NW 7th Ave..
SE 1st Ave. 37441.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE owner FR 4-9048. to 43rd St. Intersecton,
turn right. 1
3728441for WILL care for children in my 1 Ia MesaerUmX go
mile. see sign on left.
home. Infants to 1 year. Good Card .f TkftnkaS f1 WuU4 to B.r
references. 215 N.E. 4th St. FR Last TeaM II Maekinerr TootoS .
4-5012. .4 Personalised Servlcei $ BmlMiac Materials TALK 6384.LIKE
I I Travel InformaUea M BouekoU Goods
e Special Notices Ci A.U.... ABOUT
OnlyDEADLINES Employment 1 FteriiU M Misc. Far Sale THEWEATHER
I I 5 Baby Sitters. Cfclld Care <7 TradIng Pest LOCATION !
CHECK t PUees Te G. And 1 8 Articles WasteS ?
i 99 J-i.i Oil Woods You won't find a better location
Te Bee
nIBs You'll be comfortable In any
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 70 Boats Marino EIp.AUTOMOTIVE than this pre-owned rambl.r.Your .
I I II weather In this new 3-bedroom.
Tues. thru Fr?. papers-S p.m. Day before publicationFor 71 Camp .But Flak children can play In the 3-both fully air conditioned
I .. ads to 00 In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat. ii I BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS 7 e Alrplu SaJec-KeaUte 7t Office Eamlp. Urge established yard or near. Hugh Edwards home. Built In
For ads to In Mon. p&per-1 pju. sat. 71 Music. Merekaadlse by at the Metcalfe or Howard
0 go Sato kitchen includes; General Electric
MoltDe Berne for
I Earn up to SI per hour derron- 77 Bishop school playground. 3-
I 78 Tracks for Sale oven and range and refrigerator.
strafing famous Studio Girl bedrooms all featuring built-in
THESE (Minimum ad 4 lines) I1 Large laundry room. VA. FHAor
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 79 Tracks: Wanted wardrobes 2-fully tiled tub baths
RATES Phone 374-4334 after .. == M Tracten Track lentils REAL ESTATE FOR SALE parquet floors thruout. separate Conventional.

FAMILY i it Trailer Rentals dining area, $15,000 $550 down HUGH
( LOOK $5.95 Your SI MUreyclca Reactors S3 Lad for Sale
1 Insertion ............................................... Sic line plus $3.00 gold watch filled cleaned band w .4 AatomohU Bepalr 14 Waterfront Pro.ri7BS Includes closing cost. FHA. EDWARDSINC.
3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line I- Choice of designs. THE BAZAAR; AntemebUes far Bate U Hemaea Far SaleSI HUGH
Insertions .............................................. "c line WATCH REPAIR, can M CotUfts For Sato
CLASSIFIEDADS 12 Insertions ............_.................................. Incline Mr. Otts, FR 6-7137.113 N. MainSt. Swap >7 Real EsUto EzebsagedEDUCATIONAL EDWARDSINC. .
\ Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rat.. eam3 38 Real Estate Wanted NE 16th Ave. and 15th St.

ed x number of Insertions. EXPERIENCEDSTENOGRAPHERS Instraetios 39 Out of Town Property FR 2-1551
18 Scboela ) .

I Sperry has desirable positions U Masl. Dtcctnf.SO 41 40 Easiness Residential Properties....... NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
Wanleci-laMne. FR 2-1551
available for experienced stenographers 41 Farms 4k Acreage FOR SALE Woodland Terrace red
I Five letter words per lint with developed secretarial 43 Colored Property FOR SALE BY OWNER 22nd wood 3 B R, 1 bath new wall
\ skills. Starting salary- EMPLOYMENT Street ere I. 4 BR. 2 baths 27 to wall carpet stove & refrigerator -
I determined by prior experience, 17 Work Wanted Male RENTALS living room and fireplace hard- shaded lot. landscapedpatio.
S.m.aa2li.es Ii!!: with Increase based on regularly If Work Wanted Female wood floors. panelled walls & Small down payment assume
I 8 Pt. ordinary type scheduled work performance re It Sales Help Wanted 44 Cottage* For Bent built-Ins; central heat. screened IS yr. mortgage. T\t,1 l
( views. Promotional opportunities. 13 Help-Male or Female 41 Furnished Apt*. porch shaded landscaped yard $1J.WO. 528 NW 34th Terr. Ph.
I 12 Pt.Same IS 3 lines g 5 day work week. Excellent IS Male Help Wanted 4< Unfurnished Apt. I patio and Bar-B-Q pit; service 372-6060 after 4 P.M. and weekends

FOR type working conditions and benefits. Dramatie 47 Boise for Bent Fare. E area. Call 376-5642 for appt. or 3764600 dally.
Submit resume In confidence or 11 Female Help Wanted
48 Bouse for Bent TJnfanu ii!
I .&- if* Pt Same as 4 lines telephone 372- 11, Ext. 225, for 49 Boom for Bent FOR SALE BY OWNER NW BEAUTIFULLY kept home 3 BR.

f Q ordinary type =; appointment.SPERRY es FARMS & LIVESTOCK 50 Hotel Rooms Section, 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB, Convenient to school & shopping.
Fcrm Equipment (1 Misc. Rentals central heat built-in appliances. Oak parquet floors like new.
ELECTRONIC TUBE Feed Fertilizer 81A Wanted To Bent Large utility room dbl. carport. Lots of closet space. Alr-condt-

f Same as 5 tines DIVISIONSPERRY Livestock Supplies 53 Boarder Wanted paved street on sewer. Small tiered dishwasher nice yard.
BIG 24 D4L. ordinary type == RAND CORP. LandscapingTop Boll 63 Office Desk Space down payment. FR 6-4774 after Sp.m. $300 down. 1005 NE 23rd Blvd.
Pets ft Supplies 51 Business Rentals
It EQUAL OPPORTUNITY It. Livestock Wanted

I The Gainesville" ''' Sun will not be responsible' for more than ... MONEY' SERVICE bath. Central heat central air: ly 3 BR home with Fla. rm..
I I cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call patio & carport. Located In NE
Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable for any error In advertisement 5 $100 EXTRA a month with our W Business Opportunities 15 Special Service 376-2927. sect. By 372-2341.
SAVINGSON to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied new SoRare Beauty Program.We I Moan to Less IJ Home Improvement

by the Item L'the advertisement. No adjustment will IS show you how FREE. Writeto 5S Mortgafes Z4 Badie .:; TV Service 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. Neat and Clean Dial 2-2511 to
be made on errors. that do not materially effect the value of Box 366-A NOW c/o I 59 Honey Wanted Appliance Furniture J I 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity see this 3 bedroom home In
me advertisement.The GalnesvlII.1 :
I Sun for interview ___.... .H and take up payments. Call FR beautiful Idylwlld on large lot
No Longer CLERK for Insurance office age I I imuiiwiiimiwiimiwiuuuaitiuwwuuiimas\ -.wt11'.lnIlHIIIIHIIIIIHm 6-4930. with fenced back yard. Located

Gainesville Sun the of 18-39. office between University and
reserves privilege revising or re general duties Including
fecting advertisement which It E shorthand 18 Schools & Instructions new Country Club. Hardwood
any deems obectlonal[ and to & typing.
change the classification of any advertisement from that or- Good fringe benefits. Phone FR Real Estate For Sale NEW HOMESPriced floors with some carpeting Flor.
dered to conform to the policy of the paper. 61261. ida room separate workshop and
.. from $12,700 to $18,000 storage room. Priced at $14-
1 FreeHarvey's
WAITRESS wanted, evening work st Lesson NO MONEY DOWN VA 000.
::: at Howard Johnson's Restaur 35 Houses for Sale pay only $100 closing
Real Estate
ant. Must have neat appearance Best terms FHA Extra Special.! To see Is to be-
& pleasing personality. Apply In LICENSE COURSE Free lifetime Swim Club Membership lieve that this modern home
FINE I person between I A.M. & 11 ..M. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR rent or sale. 3 Bedroom 1 exists in our community. Closeto
218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507.
or 2 P.M. & 4 P.M. 2830 NW bath CCB house. chain link HUGH EDWARDS University and outside city
13th St. 372-3727. fence. 2008 N.E. 16th Ter. Call limits. Designed and built for the
FR 62293.A INC. fun loving family with enclosed
EARN up to $30 a week. Full or MEN-WOMEN AGE 18-" pool and outdoor grill. Drapes.

part-time. No soliciting or collect. Wanted ImmediatelyTo HOME for Florida. Lg. open N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th Street carpeting and bar stools In-
Ing car Call FR 6- Train For
CARS! 1968. neccessary. CIVIL SERVICE living area with walnut pan- 3721551BY cluded. Excellent financing avail
eling, built-in planters. 24 ft. able.If .

'H: IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT-wlth Good Offering security, vacation sliding glass doors opening on- : THE OWNER In Idylewllde, 2
pay more
Need fine Income. 3 women 4 hours and sick leave pay,. to enclosed covered patio. 3 BR, BR. CCB house, tile bath. famIly you want a spacious home In
; dally servicing Avon customersnear For free Information and 2 baths central alr Ing end heating. eat-In kitchen small town contentment phone
home Must act at once. local Interview write 5:30 P.M.
Call Mrs. Burns with built-in stove dishwasherand for appointment to see this 3
at FR 20421. American Service
THEREIS disposal. Close to schools. bedroom home on large beautiful
IF plan to build end would
Box 348-M Gainesville Sun. you
CLASSIFIEDDial S22.000. 922 NW 3ittt Terrace.
TYPING and general office work. like e custom built home ty experienced lot In Mlcanopy. 12200.
Week days after S. FR 6-495.
Give education, experience age
builders that have
Sell Fast and reference. Write P.O. Box 22 Special Services the time to discuss plans with DAN BYRD
702 Gainesville Fla. 3 BEDROOM home air conditioned -
you. call 372-2527, ask for GenePlrlmore.
"LIKE NEW" That's what )'ou'ltsay wall to wall carpeting .
We have availableour
MEDICAL Secretary 35 to 50 yrs. about clothes cleaned at throughout the home Draperies. 80 plans to choose from. ASSOCIATES,
of age, $4,300 per year. Minimum AIR.WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 Situated on large wooded lot. Complete financing can be explained INCJack
5 yrs. experience, plus 1 yr. hr. service free pickup and Sale price $14,450. $1,000 down. to you right In your own DeYot BrokerASSOCIATES
supervisory experience in hospital delivery; AIR-WAY costs less call 376-1168. Weekdays after 5p.rn. home. For appointment call.
or large clinic Will consider 202 S E. 14th St. FR 5-SK5. Anytime on weekends. :
YOU'LL THE JAMES CO. Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway
permanent resident only. Apply
NORTHWEST 3 BR.. 2 bath separate Of Gainesville Inc. Christine Stone
C. H. Cowles Bldg. J., U of F. 27 Feed Fertilizer .
dining Rm. Lg. living room, Builders of Klngsberry Homes FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street
WANTED HOSTESSTo playroom double garage. on Ph. 372-2527, nltes 377-7401. Member Multiple Listing

welcome Gainesville newcomers ORY: FERTILIZER sa.oo per wooded lot. Split-I riel. For sale
: Pleasant dignified semi- yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- by owner. Will trade for smaller
civic position. Culture poise appearance 5555. home. 2227 N.W. 9th PI. (Off

BESHOPPiNG and Initiative more Important 22nd St.) . .
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than business &
28 Livestock Supplies.
we train you. Auto necessary. I BY OWNER 3 bedroom, 2 bath
Write giving personal descrip home in Fine S.W. residentialarea. :
1 1I REGISTERED Quarter Horse Sale i
tion and phone number to Box' Near Schools and shopping.
5324 Florida Greeting Service, Livestock Pavillion Ocala Fla FHA financing available. Call "MARCH the
: Inc. Daytona Beach Florida. Sat. March 14 at 11:00 AJv40 FR 2-2727, or drive by 126 S.W.
registered quarter and thoroughbred -
376-4672 40th St.
withPerson WORTHWHILE horses. Information H. U Family
32020.WANTED Cherry. Telephone 2. .2281, Ocala $250 DOWN

Fla. 2 BR frame house located on
Live-In baby sitter. Must be experienced -: NW 12th Terr. $55 per month. Into A Home
and the best. FR 2-7474 30 PETS & SUPPLIES .
after 5; or. If no answer, FR I NEW 3 BR 1 BATH HOMES
IN '-0539.! $500 down S6$ month, located on Before
CHIHUAHUA puppies AKC reg. 3 SE 45th Terr.
to 12 Male Help Wonted beautiful Easter gifts select
yours early. Mrs. Ballentine, Call FR 2-2372 or FR 2-5933. APRIL Showers"SEE
E. Univ. Ave.
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical

PersonWANT I Announcements condition 21 to 35. Married GERMAN Shepherd pups. AKC reg-
NORTH must be bondable. High school istered. Pedigreed, X-ray parents.
education preferred. Apply 204DELIVERY GUlr nteed. FR 62380. HAZEL HEIGHTSSee
SW Sth St.
4-bedroom and 3 bedroom
2 CARD OF THANKS man. Must be respon GERMAN months. Call Shepherd Fay Galloway female.after 6 2-bath CCB homes with
sible. built-in electric stove and oven.
High school EJ. Driver's
license "'P- & ry. Opportunity 4 p.m. FR 2-6414. Central heat city utilities. YOUR MULTIPLE
OUR sincere thanks for each kind fri suvancement. In sales & SIAMESE cat. 3 years old. Spayed Wired for television and tele- .
CENTRAL and thoughtful deed. the lovely service. 40 hrs. week. Good pay. female. Beautiful, affection- phone. Large yards completely
READING1 cards. beautiful flowers. food Reply Box 361-A, Gainesville Sun. ate well mannered S15. Leaving grassed. Hazel Heights Is In LISTING REALTOR
and other kindnesses shown us I town. Call FR 2-6788 after the city limits. Equipped with .
during the loss of our loved one. WANTED young experienced repair 530. S sewer lines, close to bus stop. "
May God bless each of you. The and salesman In the field I low down payment conventional -
Bishop Family. of audio & record play back I FOR sale purebred Pointer bird loans. Located on Northwest J. W. KirkpatrIck Realty Ernest Tew, RealtyMcKirwseyGreenDeaton
ADS equipment. Call 3721235. dog puppies. Call FR 6-3300. 39th Ave.. West of 13th University Realty
FLORIDA'SLARGEST 4 Personalized St. Shown by appointment,
Services HAVE opening for route salesman. I I THOROUGHBRED miniature Dachshund phone FR 2-3826. John Merrill Agency Arnold Realty

Well established route. Prefer (no papers) long haired Tom Dobson Agency Dan Byrd Agency

LEARN TO DRIVEl Special et.1 married man. Good physical con- female. For Information call Wilbur Bishop, Realtor Arch Campbell. Realtor .

tentlon to nervous or elderly. dition.& commission.Must be bondable. Salary 376-0637. M. M. Parrish & Associates Red Franks. Real Estate

Easy Way Driving SchooL FR Fringe benefits & GvlMAN Shepherd female' loves FREDARNOLD Fordyce Associates Ralph Fossey
paid vacation. Apply box 371-A
2-7002. lie. bySte cf Fla.
Gainesville Sun. children, registered 14 months Warner Weseman Gladys Smith Realty
IN old. $30 to right party. Phone
6 SPECIAL NOTICES MECHANIC to R&R Transmissions- FR 4-4112.

.4 Learn Rebuilding. Gator Auto .
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly matic Transmission Service. 2525 COCKER Spaniel puppies AKC
Dex-A-Diet). New name same North Main St. reg. $35. "Little Beauties". Also

LINES MARKETPLACE formula. only We. Canova's Drug WANTED at once experienced TV Stud sale. service Call 481-2342.& grown dogs for. REALTOR
Store 37 N. Main ST. and Poh firaph repair man.

DUE to divorce I have a like Salary ope... Reply to Box 373-A 33 LOTS FOR SALE BUTLER BROS.
new 164 model Zig Zag, Automatic Gainesville Sun.13Help
sewing machine that 1336 N.E. 7th ST.

: THESUN does everything. We would like 2 BEAUTIFUL corner lots In north Comfort and economy for your
some one to take up paymentsof Mite or Female section. close to G.H.S.' and bus family for S400 cash down pay. 1964 Paradeof
$6.00 per mo. Ph. 3722051. stop. Inquire at 1134 N.W. 22nd ment. Yes if you can qualify

10 Ave. for FHA the monthly paymentswill
SALE IN Exp secretaries, salary openCastrierttostess
be S31.00
approximately per
ARCHER behind Dixie Ga- attractive 34 Waterfront Property month. Range and refrigerator Included.
White housekeeper, S25 wk.
Home Values
rage on 41. Bookkeeper, salary open .

DAYS Exp. Waitress salary & comm. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE
fOR 8 Baby Sitters Child Car Exp. mechanics BEST BUY
Store trainee, hi scht. Brad.
Off. trainee M schU or ad. 30 minutes from Gainesville. Handsome I story concrete 3 & 4 Bedrooms
Tree surgeon, foreman, S2 hr. Palatka Road. Clear sand bot- block residence with central
TINY TOT Auto salesman, Exp. torn lake. Good beach front heat. Over 1,900 sq. ft. features
Short order grill manInsurance moss covered trees. wood burning fireplace hardwood -
ONLY PLAY SCHOOL trainee, $100 wk. floors, dishwasher In kit Palm View Estates

NEW. Visit us and see for yourself. Route salesman. Levy Co. Call WALTER STUBBS INC. chen. There -are 3 bedrooms 2
CON*ELL EMPLOY. AGY. 376-534 baths and separate family room.
24 SE Sth St. FR 4-7S04. Fernwood ManorWestmorland
120 SE lit Ave. Large WOOded lot. S700 down to
$2 PLANNED program awaits your Phone 374- ZJ4 34 Waterfront Property qualified buyer.BEAMED.
pre-school youngster at JACK '
BOOKKEEPER 40 hour week, good Estates
pay Must have good knowledgeof
Music programs. educational H. CRAWFORDReg.
AND accounting and be able to WINFRED
film-strip 7:45-5:15.: Mon.-FrL Broker, specaltzlng In has moved away. He
make all types of &
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR e-3900. monthly statements. Reply Box LAKE PROPERTIESACRE- said selll 3 bedrooms 2 baths. FHA from $400 Down
miles No. of Melrose, terrazzo floors central heat
3eA c/o Gainesville Sun.
DAY CARE for children In my S-JW1. paved street beautifully land

: o special flat-charge home. N.W. Section. FR 2-9741. GR scaped lot. Full price $17,600.ARNOLD. VA .. Nothing DownAsk
: 14-Sales Help Wanted CHOICE LAKE FRONT
service for noncommercial USED Best Buy Furnished Year

SALESMAN. Man interested in In- Round Lake Home $25,000 about paint own home for
users only. FURNITURE suranc field with auto. Good Choice 3 bedroom 2 bath our your

UPHOLSTERYFor training salary. Phone FR 3-0892. rear round lake home $29,000 down payment.
SA M. Friday all day. Rosa home with REALTY COMPANY
TOP QUALITYWO&KMANSHIP 2 guest cottages $30,000 Member Multiple Listing

Dial Call 16-Work Wanted Ferns. Lake Santa Fe 4 bedrooms 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Drive 15th Ave. left at Model
CARS 2 baths *000 AuocU: Pcto Sta west on turn
ADS' Four bedrooms 2 baths CB Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason Home sign NW 39th Terrace.
3726142GAINESVILLE EXPERIENCED Medkal Technician home on beautiful lake WOOl Jim Shepperd F. W. Hodge .
376.4672 desires position with private Four bedrooms 2 baths about Charlie Mayo Bob Katkman
Lake Rosa J3 .300
3 acres on
practicing doctor or Ilbo-
ratory. Phone 4-2741. ARNOLD REALTY CO.
FEMALE experienced as clerk PHONE 572-3522 Bath, : Direct line to 1508 N.W. 13th St. typist; credit clerk figure typist place. NW 47th Terrace. Price ,
Chat Paulson, Owner and posting clerk. Needs CLEARED fenced M x 200 lot on 115,900.
clear sand bottom lake 25 mites CHEAPER THAN RENT: J. BR
I work. 6-1961.
;_ Want Ad-Visors FLEE ESTIMATES from town. $1,000 cash. Phone 1-bath SE 44th Terr. S9.MQ. MATT MEADEN Sales Monger
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper 4 376-2342. Payments S65 per mo.
PICK-UP and yrs experience as head book 3-BR 1-tMth SE 4oth Terr. SAJQO. Phone FR 2-9545 Nights FR 6-9048
I BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwamee or
DEUVERY keeper of dairy. Have excellent $.4S per mo. I
reference. Desires perm. position. River at Rode Bluff. Call 376I And also some trade-la Houses.

.1 .._ Call FR 4-4714. 4160. _ Call FR e-7444.

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22 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964


35 Houses for Sale 39. Out of Town Property 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 64 Household Goods 64 Household Goods 66 Misc. For' Sal?*
35 Houses For Sol 35 Houses for Sole I I r

71 ACRE building lot on top of a LAKE GENEVA J and 3 bedroom I G. E. range $70. Adiral're- ALL CHANNEL T. V. !

Norwood WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD !3 OVER 1/400 Ft. plus carport and FORDYCESTRATEGIC hill 3 miles Northwest of Ala houses. month or year. Mathew- frlgerator $100. Both 3622BEACH Double stack complete. ante
I Walking distance to schools.Skyline porch. 3 BR. and study. 1-V chua with a beautiful view and son Manor. Call 475-2981. citi can b seen 515 NW ing else to buy $15. Brants Not.
baths home
BR. 2 bath. attic fan. built In drawers. ornamented by oak. hickory. pine 3 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
I Heights. Study hardwood floors. vanity. and storage galore 80 and other type trees. Fence the 1 BR. nicely: furnished muse i iCampevllle. BLVD.IN .
Hope"H" built-in range & oven. Cent. Concrete block. Phone 481-2171.
x140 Convenient to Metcalf whole 71 acres. build a home In I KENMORE 36" USED Chain Saws $50
gas range
heat. Shaded back yard. Call yes. this home Is situated on a Fla. $45 month.FORDYCE up
372-5974. Bishop Parochial Schools. SSI beautiful lot in the center and let the rest of I GE automatic $40; Sealy Storage Warehouse 4 hp saws $89.95. We repair
Inc. I MO. V.A. 4Vt FR 6-2775. a good northwest the world wasr. .all
percent. location. Large colonial home go by. The price of I double $25. chain saws & lawn mowers.
the entire lot Is only 14200. By owner. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch,
We Trade Homes 3 LG. BR. 2 bath. panelled LR, three bedrooms lovely living FRANK D. & LEE HOWARD 376-10 I 4 Wisconsin and Brlggs
room with fireplace. spacious kitchen 3 BR 2 bath home completely Strat
fireplace. attached garage HW Real Estate. Grady Finance d.ale. Florida Saw
and a separate dining redecorated. Available Mar. 13. ROOMS FURNITURE Co
or Property HOME floors. On Ig. fenced corner lot. Building phone 454-1396. High 4-3411.
room. For more information call $150 per month. Call & APPLIANCES
NW near Stephen Foster. $14,50C Springs or 909 W. Magnolia St.,
nTh1Tnflimnnfim1mnnmmffi1fflIThe S450 d.p. FR 24851. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. INC. Leesburg. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATESINC. TAPE RECORDER for sale. Re-

376-1236. RepossessedBecause cordio Special by Wilcox-Bay 5f

following are ready for BUYERS BY OWNER. Hibiscus Park Fir 936 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 376-1234 model excellent coed $40. Ex.cellent -
occupancy. ley School Area 3 Bedroom finIshed PRESTIGEIs of family troubles lust for parties sneed,". high
1021 NW 40th Dr. upstairs. Fireplace Phone yours In this delightful home. 40 Busine Properties 3 BEDROOM furnished suburban come & take over paymentson sch student. Call Gary

E 3 BR. 1V4 Bath, $500 dn. j FR 2-0992. Three bedrooms two baths. completely home. Plenty of room close to< entire houseful. Consists of a 1 ls 372-9 )0. WIt_
SI 07 Mo. GUIDEby built-in kitchen. beautiful school. Available April 1st. $120 beautiful 2 PC. living room suitein
NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 living room with drapes end wall FOR SALE OR LEASE 16 ...CRE?. per month. Call FR 2-4957. L. J. nylon sofa makes Into bed USED Easy spinner-type washIng

4628 SE 2nd Pt.38R,1bath$6OOdn.$14. I and 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB to wall carpeting. Call Today. with 8 acres zoned business. 500 Moratto 2505 N.W. 6th St. also matching dub chair w-solld machine. Very Condifon. -

. The James Co. home. City water. lights and FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. ft. hwy. frontage. 3 bedroom foam cushions 2 decorator __ ._$60 cell 6-5907 O 6 p.m.
=== sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone 376-1236. furnished house. INTERESTED? FOR rent 1 BR furnished house. lamps 2 step tables In margolitewith .
. i per mOo The James Co. of Gainesville, FR 2-3826. Call 2-4957. With garage. Located 309 NW matching cocktail table. In NEW DINETTE SET solid maple.
i Inc. Builders of Kingsberry 15th Ave. $65 per month. Phone the bedroom massive double drop leaf with glass top. 4 chairs'

4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. Homes for this area will be FOR Sale 3 BR; 2 bath brick VETERANSif 24490. dresser with tilting mirror. chest with foam chustons. \ price.
Eo 3 BR. bath. $SOO dn. home. FHA financing. S550 down. you wish a home with little or LOOKINGFor of drawers & bookcase $75. 376-3520.
per 0.2 happy to answer any questions Must sell owner leaving town. no down payment and are a quail 2 STORY brick home furnished. To board with sliding panels head
you might have concerning 2208 NE 15th Terr. Call 374447:. fied veteran-we have one for business space? City block Private estate. near Med. Center. your clock radio all done in FORMICA dinette: with 6" leaf
'- home ownership. You might be with large concrete block build- and chairs; 2 step-tables and
S61l you. Call and make an appoint $125 mo. FR 6-6456 or 6-3672.
1 303&3fl SE 38th St. exotic Sahara Mist Second -
one of those people that now BR. 1 fire- ment now to get this home. Ing. Ideal for most any type. finis cocktai table In blond finish. 2
3 bath. family room bedroom has
owns a home but found that It FORDYCE & business. 1111 S. Main. Call Mrs. FURNISHED home 2 BR 1 mile mape lamps with brass base,
304 & 314 SE 39th St. Is now Inadequate If this Is the place. nice yard back fenced. 376-1236. Jones FR 6-3583. past Stengel Field. For further ReachPeoplE beds. Kitchen ha deluxe p smoked glass stems and white
Lots of shade lovely neighborhood dinette set formica
3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. 964 Information call FR
5 case. a call to The James Co. 6-1467. -j[ shades. items may
low equity. low payments.! table & 6 foam padded chairs. b
rmo. could well solve seen at: NE 15th St.
very your
Terr. Admiral 3
Low Price. 1845 N.E. 7th CHARMING refrigerator with cross
I problems. By this we mean FR 6-8887. 42 Farms & Acreage 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn top freezer shelves In door & 376-3707.
mmimrffiRflBBIIfflhIIniiiiiiflflflffillfl In home.There Is only one of the many words:
trading present
Ii your that can be used to describe dairy bar. 36" range with oven APPROX. 180 feet chain link

The following are under cons are a number of questions HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. this lovely brick home, with four FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath bullt-li broiler and storage drawers. fence complete with gate and

struction and will be ready that we can answer con 3 bedrooms. 2 baths NW section bedrooms three baths. a spacious 70 ACRESLocated kitchen, corner lot, 2 blks. from Orig. price $1.019.3 post First $150 takes Phe371o.

occupancy soon. 1-1for cerning trading. We feel that call ment.after 376-1736 5:30 pjn. for appoin living room and Florida room. east of town with 50 Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 174 BALANCE DUE ONLY

by talking with us you can a delightful kitchen. all centrally! acres In planted pines 4 years NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. TAKE soil away the Blue Lustre
3701 NW 21st PI. pick a suitable floor plan and heated and air conditioned. Do< old. A pretty 10 acre sand bottom Call 372-5738. ReadyTo $267No way from carpets and uphols
= 3 BR. 2 bath $750 dn. $98 iper exterior design that will suit call FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES lake. A real buy at $10,000 tery. Rent electric
mOo j your needs. from our many McKinney INC.. 376-1236 for an appoint Let us show you. 2 BR unfurnished home. Refrlg.. money down 12.S week. Ask $1. McDaniell shamp
plans that we keep on hand.A ment to see this one. stove & dinette furnished. Ig. for Brok'i in storage Gainesville Co
B 3707 NW 21st PI. call to the James Co. will UN IVERSITYREALTY fenced back yard. Close in to Shopping Center.

BR. 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i get all the facts about any Green town. Call after 6 P.M. 372-819C atNATIONAL LESS THAN WHOLESALE

financing. questions: FORDYCEASSOCIATES NEW used and
14 mo. { type any 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house. rebuilt electric
you might have without any 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-435: Nice. 5 acres ground under Furniture and manual adding mai

Rmtmmntmmnm1mvummmmnnItftmB g obligations on your part. W. W. Munroe BrokerFORDYCE fence. $85 a month. FR 6-264 standard typewriters p-
== DeatonREALTORS Warehouse ables. Check writers of all
or 6-2930. Ask for Mr. typ
FOR RENT We have lots available We buy used equipment
most any section of town for 2 BR. partially furnished house. types. Call FR 2-2105 o FR

l24SE7thSt.3BR.lBam. you to choose from. INC. 1220 N.W. 21st Ave. Call 37J 3622 2-6 day or night.
E available near new Myra 653.
1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo. Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene Creek Side: Terweilligar Elementary School. WHOLESALE prices on quality fur.
Paramore have over 30 years Multiple Listing Northwest section S1.650 and UNFURNISHED 3 BR house, SINGER Slant- att late model
mmmmunnllll=llEflHumnm2 HALL combined experience in the See this all-out modern three Mrs.Mrs. Grace S. Fordyce Broker up-located on a paved street. fenced back yard. 2119 NW 7th Use Beach Blvd.Next in walnut $16. Would

construction of homes. By careful B.R. 2V* bath MASONRY HOME Mary Moeller. Broker Want a lot hidden away but very Terr. $95 per month. Phone 372. like responsible pay $10
OUR HOMES ARE ] with GUEST HOUSE Mr. E. W. Moeller AssociateMr. So. gate Plaza FL '
supervision by Jim and together accessible to town? Nearly :2 8932. -251 monthly 37U0.
E OPEN FOR YOU TO ENi i Gene It will enable you as the Central heat Car port and Harvey Benton Associate acres and beautifully wooded DAILY 9-9; SUNDAY
i JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF |55 homeowner to get more home garage > More than one acre of 926 West University Avenue $8,000. $115 MOo 3 bedrooms, stove & Ref.. Jacksonville Florida niture: Walnut mirrors $10 &

YOU WILL JUST CALL \s for your money and certainly land Beautifully landscaped 376-1236 We have one with a beautiful fenced back yard. Immediate Person $25; Sealy Innerspring double bed

1123 SE. 4th STREETFR j makes The James Co. construction Call FR 23417.Madison lake view too-nearly 4i of an occupancy. Address: 1311 NE 14tf $90; beige hospital bed adJustable -
6-5301 or FR 4-798 ] to be beyond compare: NEW HOMESBe acre and such a lovely neigh Terr. Ph FR 6-2472-Wesemar HOMEFROM I height Silo; 3" two drawer
= borhood.Do Realty-1113 N. Main St. DISPLAY ch.t unfinished ; cork bul
= ParkChoice sure and Inspect these 3 and
$2.50 unfinished 9
lmmlmnlllmlllllllJlllmllmnllmmnnnrmllllllllllliYour By building primarily the 4 bedroom 2 bath homeson call us for that special lot. NW 2 BR CCB ;
house stove & re 3 COMPLETE drawer desk $65; ir wide x 7*
word Yes To
feel the key
Kingsberry home we we FORDYCE &
before you frig. Quiet street near schools, green matchstick traverse drapery -
would like to see this attractive
have a great advantage you buy. Each on one half acre lots. INC. avail. immed. Ph. 2-0341 or 376- ROOMSFurniture I $U; 4x6 cotton pilerugs
and delightful 3 B.R. 2 heav
great opportunity for you as
Sprigged and landscaped. Modern 4867 after 6 PJM.
926 West $12.50
bedtray with
bath home. Beautiful Inside University Avenue ; walnt
the purchaser to pick design kitchen. Hardwood floors & appliances consist
and floor plans that are createdby planter Central heat Parquet Cent. heat & air conditionedand _376-1236_ UNFURNISHED 3 BR, house. ing of 2-p. foam rubber nylon reading shelf $ Childcraft dresser -
some of the country's leadIng floors A visit to this home much more. Call us any FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Stove 4. refrigerator. 2414 E. Person covered & matching chair tarn 4" x 1& $51. 9 x 12 ta-
Best Buy! architects.If will be convincing. Priced under time to see. RURAL PROPERTIES Univ. Ave. Phone FR 6-5709 2 steo tables & matching cock floor mats Gaddum
$17,500.00 Call us for an ap- after 5:30 P.M. tai table with plastic finish. 2 Interiors. 12 NW 3rd Ave.

you desire complete Infor- pointmen: FR 2-3617. ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTOR decorator lamps with eye ELECTROLUX floor polisher, like
$100.00 DOWNAnd 3 BR. 1 bath block house. Located
Co. and saver shades. Beautiful mist
mation call The James U.S. Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. gold new sold over $100 now $69.
HIGHLAND we will be happy to come to Ph. 466-3120 In Newberry. Fla. $55 month. bedro suite double dresser GE
Must Sell only $100 per month will FR 21865. vacuum, automatic cord
home and spend large titling mirror master
your move you into this attractive CB WanlAds rewinder. Sold new $69.95. now
amount of time necessary to This spacious home must be home at 1311 N.E. 14th place. :3 BEDROOM, living room. dinIng size chest. large double b. S39.95. 25 assorted vacuums
explain The James Co. system sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large 3 BR 1 bath. stove and Ref. "Selling Florida Since 1906" room tile bath. Screened Complete 5 PC. chrome $25 up. The Kirby Co. 712 N.
of home ownership.We panelled Fla. room. Living & dinIng Included. Move right In. Country living at country prices. porch. convenient to Shopping set 1964 Admiral refrigeratorwith Main FR 6-7110.
COURT room. 2 Fireplaces Screened $365 down buys you 2.4 acres. full width freezer & crisper. _
can secure FHA. VA and tile porch. This home will suit paved road frontage school bus Center. water furnished. Avail shelves in door and dairy BARBIE TYPE doll clothes priced .
able March 15, $85. phone FR
several different types of con- you if you have a large family 71/2 ACRESAnd es. utilities wooded homesltes. 6-3070. bar. deluxe range with thermo lower than commercial,
ventional financing.Let and need lots of room Located Drive west on Newberry Rd.. turn stat controlled oven roll out others made on request. 3726512.
In the perferred Northwest BR. 1 a bath very home nice N.W.like of new townon 2 right on SR No. 241. and watch 2 BR CCB house stove & ref. broiler. This furniture has been 1004 NE 5th Ave.
MANOR us mention a few of within 2 blocks of an elementary the for the sign Los Trances Woods. Conv. to bus & elem. school. 1022 on display only. Everything new
Fransworth '
the Homes that are either under school. Will consider a reasonable well. Deep Ralph Realtor NW 31st Ave. Ph. 372-3341 after & guaranteed. Regular price 2 57 ENG. FORD, one running;
Storage and
construction or In the offer. Owner leaving town. laundry. Pricedat 5 P.M. $998 now only 1-4 hp riding lawn mower 1
only $7,250. Call now to see. Kenmore washer 1-2 dr. Ref.
planning stage.4bedroom. It would pay you to Investigate 1 FOSSY
Call FR 23617. 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-135S 209 SE 48th Street. rent or sell $499 150 Ibs. freezer 376-5743.

2-full tile baths UNIVERSITYREALTY Member Multiple Listing 3 BR frame near school. Outside
No money down, payments 14wk MAHOGANY twin bed suite. dress-
living room family room. ASSOCIATES: city. Clay Power. 376-2937.
chest & mirror
Situated on a lot 100x276' This ,4 Immelah credit & deliveryor er. Washing
J. Fred Guy ButterworthI
I 220 ACRES 16 miles from Gaines.yule. 3 BR HOUSE. 1 bath living rm. storage at no machine; cedar chest bookcase;
is a VA home. By buying now '
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
I I Victrola. 376-1531.
you can be your own decorator. Virginia A. Power 3 lakes fenced at cornorof kitchen & hall. Located In Fairbanks _
two paved roads. Approx. 60 on U.S. Rt. 1. Inquire alSteve's charge.NATIONAL
table with 6 chairs.Modern
Multiple Listing 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351
acres Bahia. Limestone base.
3-bedroom. 1'h baths. strip Grocery. hardwood table with
W. M. Munroe, Broker
hardwood floors. Situated on a 40000. Terms available write FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Formica top.
well shaded tot that is on a Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank owner. Margaret Miller. 1001 3622 Beach Blvd. FL21 S2 31613GE

dead end street. Small down YOUNGAMERICA las Roby.Jr.Roy McCann T. C. Doug. Highland Ave. Largo. Fla. 49 Rooms for Rent UnesID Open Daily 9-9, Sat. 9. Sun 12-6- stove & refrigerator, excel.t
Fla. condition both
payment. low monthly pay. 372-
280 ACRES. Tobacco allotment. 5 5506. $12 Phe
ments. room house. Paved road. CloseIn.

3-bedroom 1V baths. terrazzo ExceptionalBEFORE $225 an Acre. Gladys Smith. NICE room. close In. Private entrance 27' FACTORY made cabana witH

floors. Situated on a large Realtor.. 1228 W. University Ave. all channel antenna. Off 65 Antiques factory made folding partition.

corner lot. $400 down and less HOMESPRESENTS YOU BUY you MUST 372-5393._ street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd Call 2-0189.

than $75 month plus taxes SEE this Immaculate 3 bedroom Place. FR 2-2582.
per ANTIQUE for sale. ice
organ Call making machine
Is home located in a desirableNE 43 Colored Property SCOTTMN'S
and insurance. This one very
LARGE quiet front bedroom I I 372-6310. go conitio See at 2426 SW
residential neighborhood.Front .
ready to occupy. NEW BRICK semi-private bath and entrance. .
screened porch, oak floors.
I S6.2S per week. Phone 6-1961.
4-bedroom. 3-tiled baths. extra MODELSOPEN attached garage beautiful shrubbery 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & 66 Misc. For Sale REPOSSESSED Singer port
I large recreation room. den. trees and corner lot make SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay FOR RENT a nice room with Days able. Zig Zag and attachments.Sews
I built-in kitchen. completely air 10 a.m. Til Dark this well kept property a REAL ment. Some small down pay. private bath & outside entrance. I I I forward and reverse over
/ % \ I conditioned. Located in one of BUY at $10,080. ONLY 3 per cent ment. Monthly payment $57 to Close-In and near Univ. Phone pins and needles. Round bob
I Gainesville's finest neighbor FEATURES : DOWN plus closing costs. CALL $65. Also homes built on your 372-4081. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY I bin. S6 month Balance $36.
I hoods. US NOWI lot for no down payment. Chairs low as $8. No money I SEWING MACHINESERVICE
Fireplaces Call TOMMY RIDGELL ROOM for rent private entrance. down low I $5 per mo.:

II We are planning a two-story Screened porches $200 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry Builder_Phone FR 2-4125 $10 a week. See before 1 p.m. S200 Free estimates, pickup a I CO.
home with over 2200 Sq. Ft. Oversized Custom kitchen bathroomsPlus cabinets home with oak floors. tile bath. 1015 NE 10th Ave. livery service.I All work guaran 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-0175.:

Don't of living area. The price on many other custom carport. fenced backyard and 44 Cottages for Rent NICE quiet room gentleman pre- teed. Phone 376-7786. .22 CALIBER auto rile. 'nylon
I this one will amaze you. features paved street. ONLY $11,600. No Call '," $ ; Polaroid
ferred. Telephone & carport. wltho.
We plan to build 16 homes VA & FHA QUALIFYING NECESSARYI SMALL trailer for furnished rent. Ideal cottage for working and 376-6571 before 1 p.m. $10 a new 9.6 BTU. Used only July- $16 camera rebuilt typewriter case. $37, 2 pistol Port.

Suffeiv-- In the NE Gainesville area and Excellent new listing for those couple. Moore's Trailer I week. Spt. 6$150. Call FR 6-0141. able sewing machine, 121; "

have already*pWfdt e :floor interested in INCOME PRO- Court. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 376- CHEERFUL, clean comfortable 9 ASE Coke dry box with lift plastic pipe $3.45 per 100. Tram

plans and exterior design that TERMSWalking PERTY. Three bedroom, one 8164. room. Housekeeping privilegesFew doors on top. Just like new. Cost pounce $165; Glass display case
Is most suitable for each lot. I bath house with attached two blocks from Campus. Day 1484-first $200 gets It. 2 basoline $15; Hallicrafters short waye

iu distance to elementary bedroom one bath apartment.Both 45 Furnished Apta. Week. or Month. FR 6-0410. Toro golf carts good for 1g.manufacturing radio $27; Enameled aluminum
81 Jr. High Schools Shopping & furnished. Call us for information plant or lumber siding .18 per s ft. We buy
on this fine pro- NICE large room, with private and II
SPACIOUS down stairs 2 bedroom suitable for yard transportation or for golf guns Consigne
perty. entrance. nice bath
Churches.YOUNG course use. Cost on these were Sales Co. SE 2nd .
furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd working couple. 204 NE 5th Ave. I 42
SuinnierForAs St. $70 month. Phone FR 6- $1,325 ea. Sell one for $500 one
FR. 2-8855. DUNCAN Phyfe Set. Table 45x40
Phone 37261.GIRL'S I
JOHN 5270. 6 chairs. China cabinet and servIng -
I :3
COMFORTABLE front room.
AMERICA A table. Phone FR 2-7057 after
bicycle for Call FR
NICE 2 bedroom furnished apart windows off street parking gen S2 6.
MERRILLRealtor ment. Living room. dining tleman only. Call FR 6-5953. .- 6 6-24 or FR .

room. and kitchen. Lights and 14" CRAFTSMAN band saw $50.
I For More InformationCall water furnished. Private bath QUIET. desirable. In private home. .. S formica counter and 26 stools 4" Craftsman Plane $25. Ph.FR .
and entrance. 4-blocks to cam- Convenient to University and < \ 23768
34th & 7th Avenue pus. $75. FR 2-9704 or 2-9195. town. See 202 N.W. 12th Terrace. equipet. order Complete fountain 52"

I I II Phone 372-7070 MULTIPLE PHONE 372-1494 LISTING Call FR 65368. 6-2100. : I, Call FR 2-0759 euipet.. Mr. RCA WHIRLPOOL 44 ton and GE.

TheJames ASSOCIATESMARCELLA NICELY furnished 2 bedroom I Page. conditirs.Both
110 volts. 1603 .
PARDIW. apartment. Spacious. quiet. Excellent Wanted To Rent GAS WATER HEATER $25 allowance Terr. FR 2-3981. 11
I III GLADYS H. BUCKHANNAN neighborhood. FR 6-3985 51-A i for your old costly to
: Co. SMITH after 6 p.m. or FR 6-7142. operate electric water heater. THE BEST costs less. Every pot
Little As I Hot water at about half your you own Is automatic with Full-

Of Gainesville Inc. $400 down. Three bedrooms, two J. W.Kirkpatrick REAL couple nice only.clean Near apartment.campus For 17 3 or more bedrooms 1 or more Call present cost with our LP gas. gas Burner with a brain. Your
unfurnished house.
bathroom Ask us. PROPANE SW Archer Philgas Distributor,
baths. Wall to wall carpetinq. SW 24th St. FR 64819. 37653KENMORE
I $500 per mo. II Builder of Kinglberry I Nice lot. Only $1X000. Call 372- FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. week- Road. FR 65110. automatic
Homes. days or all day weekends. t wasr. gO
5393. EAST SIDE II-FI beautiful console autoatic condition. $50. Call .
OFFICE PHONE I Garrard record player. FR 254i9.
You Charming and different 3 bedroom AIR-CONDITIONED for the sum- 54 Business Rentals
Can Have GARDENAPARTMENTS ers. Sell for Phone 372-
I 372-2527 I 2 bath home in an established mer weather that is on the 6628. $ 3 OVERHEAD paddle blade fans.

NIGHTS & HOLIDAYS neighborhood. Fenced yard. way. Entry hall lovely large $35 ea I 1 Ig. Hunter pedestal
3727401McCQY'S Priced at $15,8CO. Good financing.Call living room dining room family WAREHOUSE space for rent. Located CLOSE OUT SALE type fan $50. All In excellent

I CentralAir I I 372-5391 room with tile floor. three $57 per month up JOHN at MERRILL 620 S. Main, Realtor.St. Call FR On Wallpaper. 98c a Roll I condition. 2 SW 5th St. Can b

bedrooms. two tiled baths sky Gainesville's Finest HARPER PAINT CO. seen C A. and i P.
Bargain. Estate with 3 acres. I lighted kitchen. Reasonably ; 2-1494. 10 S.W. 7th St. 382-4366 376-5347.
Rambling country home with 2.400 priced. located In popular' Furnished or unfurnished $125 MO.

: I square feet. Only County taxes 2 Angiewood and ready for Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apartment NEARLY new modem office or i
bedroom. 1 bath guest cottage.See your occupancy.LITTLEWOODWestwood. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- location at 3733 West Univ. Ave.

this one by calling 3725393. 9608._ Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. SERVICESHome

area. 1113 N. Main St.
7 acres. fenced Improved pas Four bedrooms two baths living 2-BEDROOM furnished garaqe
SPECIAL" ture. 2 dwellings. $15,000. Near room family room. par- apartment 405 NW 10th St. NOW LEASING in new bldg. retail I

Conditioninginstalled City. Terms. Live In one rent quet floors. Priced at 15250.00 Phone FR 65924._ stores & offices suites. W.

i other. To see call 372-5393. FHA evaluation with $14,750.00 FURNISHED 3 bedroom. bath.I Univ. Ave. Call 372-2385 for in

SMALL OFFICE BLDG. loan possible for 30 years. Water furnished, large yard. For formation.
For sale size 24x32. Has to And Business
in a new GLADYS SMITH working couple. N.W. 31st
be t moved from present loca FOUR BEDROOMS two baths and 9th Terrace. 3129 N.W. 9th
tion. Can be used as small RealtorMultiple are In this modern Ubby Heights Terrace. Call FR 4-4317. i 54 Business Rentals
home. Price $4250.00 CaU Gerald home with a large. separate _
I or V. Q. McCoy. FR3361. Listing dining room. The delightful 1 i BEDROOM air conditioned Bulldozing PAINTING I

"- Office corner N. Main Associates: living room with sliding glass furnished apartment. New OFFICE space for rent. Univ.

and 23rd Blvd. Ben Griffin Florence Burns doors leads out to a lovely Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20cper BULLDOZERS & Draln. Back
3BG Caroline Noyes Dan Sheldon patio setting of shade trees, Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. S1 15.. sq. foot. John Merrill Real- hoe, wheel motor NEED PAINT
1228 West University shrubs and flower beds. Amenities 1 block from camous. Occupancy grader. Free estimates. W. G.
7 Phone 372-5393 include central heat by February 25._ tors. 3721494.FOR (Buck) Johnson, FR t71f. INTERIOR. EXTERIOR.

MCCOY'SMacoma and a modern kitchen with NEW apt. available now. 3 BR LEASE 2 warehouses In same PAINTER CAN
COMFORTCONDITIONED 1806 NW 38th Terr. Down pay- dishwasher and disposal. D
located 1111 S. Main St.
& 2 baths also a 1 BR apt. bldg.
Carpentr IT YOU.
ment 450. FHA $97.27 mo. No This is all in the
Homes yours Can be used for storage or repair
315 NW 19th Lane. Phone FR 6-
closing costs. Will paint inside $25,00000 price range. garage. ir EXPERIENCE.
. I Inc.For & out completely. 4 BR 2 bath 2892. GRADY CABINET WORKS YER
J. W. 35 x 40 $65 per mo. FREE ESTI-
CCB home. For appt. to see WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or 30 x 35 $45 per mo. Custom built cabinets e moldIngs .
HOME I Iby Sale very attractive 3- 372-0481. KIRKPATRICKREALTOR 2 girls $15 per week. to share To see pick up keyes at Hunt's refinishing spray MATE.CALL
bedroom. 1-bath painting.
borne. 4(17E.
2 Br. home with young divorcee. 66" Station or call 376-8866.
1533 E. University
University Ave.; walking Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. Avenu

listance School Price to Lake S1UOO.Forest$500 PARRISH Member of Multiple Listing 372-8404' thru Fri. or anytime week-ends. 56 Business Opportunities Phone 37-13 MR. GAMMON
31 N. Main Phone
town and $79.50 per month.aU ASSOCIATES FURNISHED 2 BR mobile home. Cosmetics 372-5829
Gerald V. Q. McCoy Place LAUNDRY business in full opera-
or Mathiasen Irene Bunnell private lot. 2027 NW 32nd
Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nIghts FR PRESENTSDELIGHTFUL Floye USN. Ret. FR 6-1180. $55 per month., tton. Located In HII Springs.Fla. A HOUR OF BEAUTY will makea -
Capt. A. W. Reece.
i-3013. Office. corner N. Main Excellent Will con Air Conditioning "n you" at MERLE NOR.
-1 23rd Blvd.Shadow EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. sir trade or exchange of real COSMETICS STUDIO. Repair ,j
LIVING Lovely 3 $100 DOWN All util. except gas for cooking Call anyti Les Jack professional make-up
bedroom 2 bath home in lovely 3 Bedroom concrete block homeon this & heating turn. $60 mo. McKin- son TEW "ART BALL" Air conditioningHot Lam by trained beauty ex FREE Estimates on your repairs -
Holly Forrest. Cozy carpeted paved street. own ney Green Inc. FR 2-3617. REALTY. 376.6461. ( Air-Hot water) and perts. 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR and additions. Complete10x12'
NE 14th Terr. and hatig
house at 1311
Lawn Estates living room with old brick fire refrigeration. Ph. 1 31 U. bedroom S475. C_
Custom-built homes that look place. Built-in kitchen. central want to discuss payments. Ap CLEAN 2 BR. trailer on nice lot GROCERY store for sale. Colored Years 372-16 1 plete 14x20 Florida room S1680.
Kirkpatrick. $75. costs If you bus line. Can be Good profits. Reason Exprie.
Closing $65
heat prox. near mo. busi Construction Phone -
custom-built. U air
you are tiredof and conditioned. Fenced .
Ki c .
have good credit. See us for this seen by calling 372-7018. other business P
homes with that tub-divi back yard with
and other homes with best FR 67231. After 7 Appraisal ServiceFRED 6-3
sion look. sea pool and shuffle board court. terms. Ph. FR 62472. WarnerW. $45 CLEAN efficiency, pay yearly 2-0641. pm FIREEXTINGUISHER CRPENTRY repair I ais

F. D. Oliy t. Bldr. I Weseman Realtor. 1113 N. save more than Vu Private CO. fram. Repair n
Fh. FK t-0864 FINLEY AREA We have two Main St.RESTRICTED. bath and entrance. Beautyrest B. ARNOLD Sales and Service roofs. Call McLane
& Pierson West ea NW J9U Afe. vast lovely 4 bedroom homes. WalkIng mattress. Close In. Also unfur- Merchandise REALTOR All typ of Fire ExtinguishersPick 3-315.

the Clea Spring tnterseeU distance to J. J. Finley and Gwynn Oaks. 3 BR. nished room $25. Ph. 372-2324. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL I and delivery serviceC.

.*. See alga ea left. built on nice wooded lots. Both II 2 B Central H/AC. wooded 4/5 SERVICE R Thomas Ph. 376-8 Remodeling
owners have left town so both acre lot by owner. $27.700. 402 SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom 61 Wanted to Buy I21f W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3-35 GainesvIlle Fla
are waiting for nice fami- apartments. well furnished. quiet
--- large SW 42nd St.. FR 2-3804.
I Over 20 Models lies for immediate occupancy.Call I location couples only. no pets. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture Appliance Repairs Heating"ART NEED A NE Florida room. car
for complete information on FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. $100 per mo. U J. Moratto 2505 stoves rerigerato port patI screened-ln porch,

E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN both homes. home located in Westmoreland NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. clothes radios. TV ete Cal BALL" Heating ( Air- etc.? Cal now and get I done
$12.500 to Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt FR FIRST in Air Conditioning and Appiiance H summer Call
2 BEDROOM trailer. Single or 23.WANT Hot water) Air condiiin and fo t months .
JR. 2 Ig. bath Rms. Ig. familyRm. A after 5 .
$17,250 NEW LISTING Outstanding Reir Hae Refrigeration. fr
contemporary & living Rnx, dining area. couple. On Archer Road. Priced to buy U.S. <. foreign Shop FR 6. Years Experience. 3.16 1 estimates.NO t .
Homes. Lots. Income. Business Gaskins.FR .
reasonable. Mrs.
Central heat built-in kitchen Including very old & new. Retel Stamp

S Payments from Farms and and Acreage.E. Lake Property. home.homes one in of Gainesvillethat the few GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards 23829.EFFICIENCY. coi. C S 109 W. Univ. Ave. Parker Appli. Serv. Home ServiceWOOD JOB Too Large No Job Too

walk to schools. close to an Estimate? Give
is solar designedand I furnished apart- Fi. Sall Ne
$73.59 C. CUHLYKUEHN.. Jr. Expert
U of F & medical center FHA MJ Apla Sr REPAIRS. REMODELING
IJI N. MAIN ST. a basic steel struc i ment. With TV antenna comfort- ice. HOME IMPROVEMENT
FR2032 Broker FR C-6544 ture. 4 bedrooms. ?\ $22,700. Down payment $1.700. i able. For a couple. Call 376-174. 64 Household Goods Courteous f & Bonded Builders ALUMINUM SIDING.
baths with 3000 sq. ft. Immediate occupancy. Drive by 3 2. Lke Rooms 376-lttJ or 3727748.EMRAYS.

VISIT OUR of floor space. Large 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butter FUN LOVING BACHELOR wants Patios Roofing Cars
carpeted living room. Brothers. 372-9545 daily 376-9048 to share apt. with same. Air T-A-G APPLIANCES Auto Equipment Heating Air Guers .

modern kitchen huge night. conditioned. Call John FR 2-6404 Tested and Guaranteed Financing ad lusted to cut .

MODEL HOME screened porch double after 5:30 fM.I 4 Rerat f S op HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuill& tomer's requirements.Dial .

carport. tremendous 38 Real Estate Wanted 1 I BEDROOM trailer. quiet priv Ra S u exdl Repair kits for Upholter
FOR SALE 17 from Factory authorized Bobby Wood Fred Wood
storage area central ate. Good for student or work- Wu 11 t .
JackService ,
TODAY S from Walker Hydraulic 376-4707
heated and air conditioned. Ing person. $50 month. Phone Drye .u 3.10
NEW HOUSENo I 2 Food-Freezers up HUL'S BRAKE UPHOLSTER furniture _
f' A.
FR 2-9S3S. Y"
WANT TO BUY 2 $ up SERVICE 1314 S reasonable Call -
down payment. 3 Bedroom, :ss Broker Slly.
NEW WESTSIDE residential sub 3 bedroom home with family LARGE. clean well furnished 4- 10 TV from $35 up Main PB 2-147 Experienced FR <- 888. _
2 full tile bath. Fla. room 2 or JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. -
central heat. Take up payments division soon opening. Acre lots room and 2 baths. Kitchen must room apartment. No children or FHA and
on e
372-9569 its. May we tell you more about ferred. Must be priced right Whiteman. 110 N.W. 7th Terr. years. Will glaly discuss I
this restricted area. down payment. FLOOR samples 1
with reasonable Gainesville DUPLEX. clean. modern 2 Br. 12 lup rep AUTO CLASS our only bust- oiati.., cn t. SEAMSTRESS I d sewing all =
Write to Box 36SA Ave. Fireo ord lorI I KIRKPATRICK o
2060 N.W. 34th kinds &
RANCHETTE nomesltes. too. Ap-- private yard I $19'51 Philco 12 c ness. Ii.t taaticlUfr 31 N. Mai Ph FR 2-4494 Dres. w. _
SS2 Phooe evenings 3747883. C. Asbelt
Philco Terrace _
j1tv proximately 10 acres each. Located Sun.WANTED $179.95; c f. pi deliery. A FREDB. 3720655.Sewing NW. 17
on Newberry Road. JustS5OO.DO RIGHT NOWMy riat $135; 1 Pi p. value c. ANOL
down. 5 years on bal UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apt- stand 115 MAULOIN'S AUTO GLASS Co RELTOR
needs to 200 wes
COOPERATIVEAPARTMENT OWN YOUR ance. good cattle land up In this general LR.. kit., tile bath Front 4 piece drill s $ e Firestone Ave. _323 M.W. 4th St. FR *-2SM. FHA AD CONVENTIONA Machine Repairs ,

I area. Must be reasonable. Will back entrance. Downtown sec.ttan. 3 W U. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE.
SALES OFFICE: pay caslWrite Bart Pitcher. PH. FR 6-3179. IPT. size perfect condition Building & Repair Serv.DON'S PH 3-3
M. M. Broker. 422 W. chrysta Drive. p st gas MORTGAGE MONEY CALL-SEWING MINE SERVICE
S Maya 5V4 cent interest. Terms CO. S15
Sanford. 46 Unfurnished Apts. 5 Uatit
N.E. 23rd Blvd. For Information range $ DBL ; 25 p Ave 374-1075. We
drawer chest $9; bunk b less I Service.Bulldozing year Work fully guaranteed
University Park PARRISHAND I 37 Real Estate Exchanged FIVE roams and bath downtownarea. mattresses $15 II FR ,

and 1lthTerr.PHONE Water furnished. $40 month. bed S oak dinette s S 6 Dan Byrd WINDOW CLEANING .
Apts. f R sale or trade for farm or No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 3-1433. elec. pan $ deep f 125 NW St. FR
ASSOCIATES. INc. acreage small house of 2 Br. wardrobe sofa S27. 1 P 251
mal 1
Box 11025 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING S. bath with green aluminum sidings AVAIL APR. 1st 2 BR apt., Ig. buy sell ail kinds GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA WINDOWS clea floors c .

372-3471 Ft. Lauderdale! Fla. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham like new. Near N.W. 39th LR.. kitchen equipped. No children clothes s'e household iMAU. bulldozer loader, dump and conventional loans. Low and wae ,
I Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish Ave. & 19th St. If interested or pets. Couple preferred. Items Fr dlvt Phone .trucks. nil dirt. lime rock. Top rates. Terms to 2 years. 1223 yrs. rle. Free estimate*
If N.E. First St. Tel. 372-537 call FR 2-3251 After e fun. : Phone 372-4857. I Ave. SOU. Phone FR W. Unh/ Ave 35 Phone 5 i

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,:'1' Thursday, March 12, 1964 Gainesville Sun 23

E 6 MUe. For Sat 83 Motorcycles Scooters
... I 1 ,
PHILCO duomat washer-dryer ALLSTATE compact motorscooter
combination 160. Call 374-1015. very good. Best offer will takeIt. Ford VISIT THE AUTO SHOW
Dryer needs unit.B" .
Falcon I '
yn. old Like new. Mi Call Fairlane

MILL STORE. U.S. Hwy. 19. Your car's pep &, power showup Spring Special I
Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 with a tune-up at BROWN'S Ford
hr. 15 min from Gainesville. SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed COULDN'TBE
Literally TONS OF TOWELSand recapping & wheel alignment. Trucks
tion.bedspreads MILES Quality.OF beautiful Price.FABRICS.and Irregular Selec one 80* N. Main. FR 6-4310. Used 53995 i I! B & G MOTOR CO.

third off. Lovely carpet ends. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE Cars FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF LATE
three fourths off. First quality I
Cabin Crafts carpets and rugs I Get TOTAL MODEL USED CARS IN TOWN AND
and Pepperell sheets. Throw I BUICK for sale. 1943. Will consider Offers End March 17
rugs S1.98 up. Tel. 795-3399. I trade. See at 3129 NW 11th PERFORMANCESHAAW i
St. after 6: p.m. or week-ends. DOBUT..WE
UP TO 20 PER CENT OFF television HA WES- !
and appliances. If we CADILLAC 1956 for sale. Fully SAVE !
don't have It. well get It.Wheeler's equipped. Average to good condition 6KEETER -
Discount Store between 4 tires nearly new. FInancing POWERSBody
Melrose and Keystone. available. Price $215.
Route 21. 4752401. Call 374-1553 or 374-1597.

FULL-sIze mattress & box springs. Shop STATION WAGONS
bookcase headboard, folding bed I 230 W. University
a, mattress sell I or trade for I i a You week.can Call buy Bill this 3723749.for only H' & S3 H FR 2-0503 611 SW 3rd St. 62 OLDS 88, power steering, low mileage. ARESELLING
2 twin beds. FR A-5907 after 6.
MY Motors. FR 2-0538 Roomy, comfortable, powerful . $2595
has six size 14 "A"
line maternity dresses she wore CHEVROLET. 1956 4 dr. This car 63 FALCON, 4 door, 6 cylinder, radio, heater.

last patterns.Spring also If several your mommy maternity U Call going Bill for 372-3749.only S3 H a &week.H \I Very clean. Economical . . $1895

needs them have her-call 6-5907.: Motors. 62 FALCON, deluxe with luggage rack, 6 OUR CARS AT LOWEST

LIKE NEW 1964 model C:E. stereo CHEVROLET Impala 1958. hardtop cylinder, radio, heater, auto trans, low mile-

TOMATO console. PLANTS.$100. Phone On School FR 28886.days Chaffin coupe or 3744957 S695 Contact after 7 p.m.Mr. INVENTORYCLEARANCE aqe. Sharp . . . . . $1545 PRICES -HIGHEST TRADE-

after 4:00 P.M. All day Saturday. CHEVROLET 1957 4 dr hard 61 FORD, V-8, radio, heater, auto trans.

1523 NW 16th Ave. Phone 372.2340. top. Good condition. Call FR 2- Full size comfort . . .-. $1495
REBUILT$4500 WASHERS.and CHEAP 3480. 61 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, 6 cylinder radio WITH EASIEST TERMS !

A-1 Handyman Shop up FR 4-0247 CHRYSLER, low, 1955 mileage 4 dr. air 1 owner conditioning heater auto trans. White . . $1095 Impala 4-dr. sedan A/C.
First In Appliance Repairs deceased. Phone 2-0189. 60 CHEVROLET, 6 cylinder, standard trans- 63 (TIIFV $2745

70 Boats-Marina E4 up. CORVAIR Monza '61 new paint mission . . . . . $1295CONVERTIBLES Automatic, radio, heater . . .
tires radio good heater mileage.auto. Small trans,equity.good Save Many Dollars on these: 63 T-BIRD completely equipped.

17 FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser. assume payments. Hilltop Motor New Tires . . . . . $3995
55 HP Homeit) motor. Murray Court after 5:30 p.m. 63 63 CADILLAC, factory air. Boss's car. Low 2-dr. hardtop, ps, PB,
Rambler 63
trailer completely equipped. t Rambler
FORD Falrlane 500 1961. V-8. 63 PONT
months old. ""!. FR 23742. il mileage, factory warranty. Sharpest looking $2995
A/C Auto
auto trans. power steering a. 4-dr Classic '660 station wagon Classic; 4-dr '660', automatic, WWT like new .
IS FT. open-cock pit. offshore brakes radio & heater, seatbelts automatic, heater. Individual air conditioned heater, power color in town. Listed for $7000 . $5295
fiberglass boat complete controls good tires. Must sell. reclining seats. Very very low steering, like new In and out. 61 CADILLAC I 63 Galaxie 500 2rdt. hardtop.
factory air. White black
mileage. NEWI!
10 & 5 tanks.
lights. gal. PS
I Auto $2395
$2395 R & H WWT
leather. There's I .
40 h.p. Johnson. tilt trailer skis 1954 4 dr. hardtop $2495 I nothing like a Cadillac convertible -

&ski ladder.ropes,$1,100.belt Phone life preservers 3725738. Call loaded Bill with 3723749.extras H for&S3 H a Motors.week. II II I I . . . . . $3195 63 C/VEnE Sting Ray, 340 engine,

MGA. 1957 new Interior, new paint 62 Chevrolet 62 Rambler4dr I 60 OLDS, 88, white power steering, stylish, 2-tops,4 in floor, R & H, WWT . $3995

72 Office Equipment price.S4QO. Call FR 2-5806 or. FR 4-dr Bel-Air automatic, radio Custom automatic, radio, powerful . . . . . $1595 CWM 2-dr. Impala, Super sport.
GAINESVILLE'S largest volumn &- Wright's BodWorks. I heater power steering, a exheater, Individual reclining 5.8 OLDS, 98, full power, real leather, beautiful OZA9 Fully equipped incl. oir $2495
office supply dealer Chestnut's MGA good condition R. H, wire w- tra nice car! seats Extra extra nice. lines & color . . . .
. $696C.OUPES
Office Equipment Co. Invites you w tires. Toneau. luggage rack. $1895 $1395 4-dr', completely!! equipped.i 15,000 actual
to come in and shop or call for S300 or best offer. Ernie Wild. CAI $3695
free delivery. Chestnut's Office FR 6-2521 after 5 p.m. vA miles. Check with original owner .
Equipment Co. 106 W. universityAve. 62 RAMBLERCustom
In Downtown Gainesville. OLDSMOBILE 1961 Dynamic 88. 60 Chevrolet I
one owner car. Power steering 4-dr. Sedan, automa- factory fully equipped.I

73 Musical Merchandise &heater.brakes.Just WSW like tires new only radio 13.& tic radio, power heater steering., air Individual conditioned -- .9-passenger station wagon, auto Exquisite interior . . . . $3095 SPECIAL! 64 FORD2dr.
000 miles. 2 tone color. Call FR reclining seats. A beautiful matic radio heater low mileage 64 CUTLASS SPORTS COUPE, power steering. '

USED SPINET PIANO 25843. cart Nice 290 hp. bucket seats, one owner, less than i Fastback, X-L bucket seats, factory air conditioning, power

BALDWIN SPINET. WALNUT PONTIAC.tura Vista'60. 4-door Low mileage.hardtop. Very Ven $1695 $1395 3500 miles. Factory warranted . $3095 steering, power brakes radio, heater, low low mileage. This car

FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED. clean. 1 careful owner. Price 61 OLDS, 98. factory air, full power, white. had a sticker r-lrice (New) of approximately 4100. Factory war-

$465.GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. $1250. FR 6-2843- I 62 RAMBLER sparkling performer. Very sharp $2195 I ranty still in effect.
PONTIAC. 1955, two tone paint I
FR 25353. loaded with extras for S3 a 60 Rambler 63 MONZA bucket seats, auto transmission
American 4-dr station $3495
-ORGAN- SALEOf week.Motors.Call Bill 3723749. H & H radio, beater an extra wagon nice 4-dr. automatic, radio heater. white . . . . . . $1995
Christmas Left overs. All I buy air cond., and out. t
new organs. Savings up to 30 RAMBLER Classic 1962. perfect $1345 $99Side PRESTIGE SEDANS _
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. cc== ion; 1956 Ford Victoria 2 Con., auto, ps, ;
dr. hardtop. real clean For further 62 CHEV
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222Automotive
Information call 372-0486 & HARDTOP SEDANS R & H, nice . . . . . $1 ft99 '
days. After 7 P.M 374-6957. Mr.
Chaffin Arden Streit Motors. 62 FORD 59 BUICKLate 62 CADILLAC, sedan, de Ville. Fully equip- 62 VALIANT 4-dr., V-200, radio,

RAMBLER 1963 Classic. White. Late model Fairlane 500 V, ped . . . . . . $3995 h. sharp . . . . $1 l 95
Radio and heater. Power steer
engine automatic transmission 4-dr. Automatic power
ing. 2-door. Original owner. power steering. radio steering brakes air condition- 62 CADILLAC, Fleetwood. Fully equipped. 2-dr., V-8 engine, auto, ps,
77 Mobile Homes for Sal $1.475. FR 25992. beater. ::!,OOO honest miles. ed. An extra clean car. 62 CHEV $1499
I lOne owner. America's finest sedan. Tremendous R & H. Clean . . . . . .
RENAULT WSW tires Dauphine.excellent 1961. Black $1695 $1095 savings . . . . $4295 i Alpine
OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a $575. Phone 3728869. I 62 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville. Factoryair 62 SUNBEAM ,
little to save a lot. Below market condition.j I extra lean i . . . . $1795
clean. Lake Geneva Trailer SPRITE 1961 excellent 61 RAMBLER . . . . . . $3095
Hts.Sales.F I.. Rt. 100. SE Keystone ly side chassis windows clean.good top. Clean I Classic 4-dr sedan standard 60 FALCON I 60 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville. One owner. I II 62 CHEV Impala ES Sedan.1 R & H, ".r.1 $2095

car reasonable price. Wisser | transmission heater. Extra Ranchero. Extra Clean. Low mileage . . . . $2595 I power . . .
40MODELS FR 6-3211 extension 5629. After clean.
S p.m. & weekends FR 26295. I 60 CADILLAC sedan, factory air, light I 62 TRIUMPH TR-3

VOLKSWAGEN 1963 sunroof de- $995 $795 blue . . . . . . $2595 just like new $1795
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE luxe, R & H w/w 13,000 miles. ..
FROM LOWEST PRICES, 1395. High allowance on your 59 CADILLAC, sedan de Ville/ factory m -' "

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. old car. FR 2-1379 or FR 64009. NO MONEY DOWN air . . . . . . $2095 1 I ,

TRAILER MART VOLKSWAGEN 1957. pick up truck. 63 OLDS, 88, sedan, factory air, full power f. .

Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 $350.. Phone Excellent 372-0481 running for condition. appt. electric windows, cruise control . $2995 .., t
OPEN WEEKDAYS 53 NASH $21 Mo. 57 Plym $29 mo. .. .. "> y
UNTIL 9 p.m. to drive. Like newt Original paint I 62 OLDS, 98, htop sedan. Factory air outstanding .. : l

SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 '63 CORVAIR MONZA. equipped 58 Vauxhall $15 mo 1 value . . . . $2895 < '"
with radio. heater white side I .f
EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. PLYM. 62 OLDS 88 sedan, factory air, power steer- I' .'" t
58 $32 Mo. '
"WYATTTrailer Will Assume consider payments older small car equity.for 58 Rambler $32 mo. ing & brakes. Light blue . . $2595 .. i .t
equity., Call owner at 372-8441, Station Wagon. I 63 BUICK, Electro 225 white, factory air. ), .8 s r : .g
ext. 33 8-5 weekdays. 57 CHEV. $29 Mo.

SalesHome ATTENTION Shriners 1949 Cros- Station Wagon. __ _58 Ford $34_ mo. fully equipped. Beautiful lines . $3695 ag,A I.1 I x 5 1
ley Runs good. $100. Phone FR 62 CROWN IMPERIAL, factory air, cruise
of 6-3211 Greene., Ext. 5349 days. Bill 56 RAMB. S26 Mo. 55 CHEV. $29 Mo. control. Listed for about $7000 . $3195 1.

Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Alrstream Homes BRING out the best In your car. 62 PONTIAC, Bonneville, htop sedan, factory I-

Ocala's Travel First Trailers Mobile Home work.Superior Fast Auto dependable painting &service body; RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. I I air, beautiful metallic green $2695 .(

1923 Dealer Silver-Springs Since 1948 Blvd. free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S LOW PRICE BARGAINS
Phone 4291358 FR 69707. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
Ocala Fla. 56 CADILLAC, sedan . . . $200

AIR home.conditioned.Set up with 50'50 x x 10 10 Mobile awnIng 1963 Air CHEVY conditioned.II Station auto. Wagon trans., 55 CADILLAC, sedan . . . $200 I Good Fishing Car

and SO TV antenna on shady white radio 8.side heater walls, three 4.000 seats miles I 58 OLDS, htcp coupe . . . $395
for lot excellent In Hickory Florida Hill. Ready llvinq. less than 5 mos. old. S100 cash. I 57 OLDS, 88 sedan air cond . $395 I '1950 CHEVROLET
Call 372- 99
take payments. .
up .
$3.250. Call FR 64548. After 5:30. DODGE DART sedan mechanical I S
8171.S to 5-3725738 after 5P.M. 54 OLDS, sedan one owner, good -

'51 VICTOR 49-x8'i 2O"x9' alum I I . . . . . . . $250
awning Excellent; air cond.conditioner 3727132 washer.or see 1957 dr. CADILLAC hardtop, fully Sedan equipped deVllle In-4- (Includes Heater) $ *f CI /
Lot 45 Paradise Trailer Park cluding factory air, cream puff. I 9 I 57 BUICK super, 32.000 miles . $495 radio, heater . . . . $ 1695
after S P.M. WeekdaysNOW $725. 372-0481 for appt. to see. SPECIAL AT JLU *J
I I II I 57 CHEVROLET, Bel Air sedan V-8 $350. I LeSabre 4-dr., auto
J .and 1964 3 MOBILE bedrooms.HOMES all Floor tinental Sedan fully equipped I 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTYI 58 PLYMOUTH, sedan air cond. $495 ps, PB, R & H :. . . . . $ 18956i
J 20,000 miles Factory guarantee 53 DESOTO clean . . $295
Plans. Terms tailored to meet until! Oct. or 50.000 miles. J4- as a pin truck
your budnet. Drive a little and Phone 376-4280 376-4776. CORVAIR K.V.iek.up.
000. or PooEe-Goble!
ave a lot at Motors I . :. . . 099 t
CONNOLLYMobile ''60 V.W. convertible New top; new '
Home Sales, Inc. tag new floor mats. A-1 throughout (Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks) Al OLDS 98' hardtop coupe, auto, PS, OlftP
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 $1145. Call FR 2-8949 after 4 BJMorOR
Phone 622-8164 p.m. 119 S.E. 1st Ave. 372-4343 & H . . . . $ J
Closed Sund.ysTWO 1956 COMPETITIONTRIM CORYAliSVr. low mileage.i
bedroom house trailer, $ oo. 61 : .I
.CORVETTE : . $1195
ono bedroom house trailer S7SO. . .
Can be rented. Phone 3764234 Road or track. Many, many, ex \r I
Monday to Friday t to 5. tras. Call 37M447 6-7.30 p.m. CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE 61 MERC 2-dr. hardtop, PS R& .H, .

58 GREAT Lakes for sale, excellent MUST sell 1957 Blue MG. Recently Auto, Air Condo: . . . $1695
condition. Phone 372-6400 overhauled. Radio. white top NEW 1964 GMC NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2nd St.
after 6 P.M. good tires. Call Bill Keith FR 4-dr., radio, heater.
2-9260 between 6 and 7 p.m I USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St. 61 FALCON $1195
FIRST quality mobile home. front 1962 PICKUP TRUCKSLs1763 A real good buy! . . . .
Schult 50 x IV. 2 BR. TELEPHONE FR 6.7515'NOWi
kl.chen. excellent condition 13.600. 85-1 Automobiles Wanted 6i 4-dr. wagon, power steering; ,
Lot 49. Shady Nook Trailer ?
Park. 3723683.WCMURRAY PBAirR&H . . . . $1795
Mobile Home Sales. WANTED. 9SO thru 1954 Fords &lIaxie Air
8-10 wide 1 or 2 BR, used lake and Chevrolets. See at Herndon 61 FORD rat; ""? ,
or house trailers from 1295. 1 Service. Station. 916 S. E. 4'h heater . . :. . . $1795
office Trailer for rent or sale. Street.VOLKSWAGEN
3 ml. So. of Starke on 301. 964- I

0571. Greene Oaks I'jQfX Restaurant.SAVERS ) "- -. DOWN PAYMENT I SPECIAL! 61 COMET

S-22. Automatic transmission radio heater. A
8. Country Trailer Sales real Steal at
3860 SW Archer Rd.

19S4 SPARTAN Royal Mansion. 2 $1099
bedroom. air conditioner. I x 36'. Tropical Pontiac (Month of March Only)
Phone 3723324.
MILLER- -- --

1951 ft. 2 LIBERTY BR. auto.Spence washer Craft., $1.600 42. BROWN GMC Truck Center I 61 DODGE :rhtthodl.op.a.u.f.0: $1195

Can down. arrange FR 68279. May financing.be seen$300 at 1030 E. Unix. ""'' I 220 N.W. 8th Ave. FR 2-3582 $199900Standard radio . . .

637 SE 74th St. FR 2-3582 Alpine, extra clean.,
36' 1959 SPARTAN mobile home. II"I '111 Come see this one . $ 1299A
carpeted. Like new. See to appreciate.
Contact D. J. Lemon,I equipment: Fresh air heater 101 HP Spider. This car is pretty clean

Archer Rd. Village Space E-2. I engine Bright finish around windshield and back I FIAT, W ready to go . . . > 1 UVOAH
NEW window moulding r Fully appointed interior Courtesy I
78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Convertible auto.
Lights Arm rests ash trays S cigarette rtJEV 1CQQ
lighter Gauges for fuel, oil, battery charge, and I UU VfflCT radio, heater . . . 4) U77
1951 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van-
. type truck. Has been serviced CAR temperature 14" wheels. Karmann Ghia. Save '
sched f 60 VW ?u.f.? $ 1395
completely on monthly
ule.' $700. FR 2....,. money on this one .

EXCEPTIONAL bargain. 1963 heavy Fully
old. 1930 NW 2nd Ave. Phone SALE! 1r I . . . .
FR 22536. It
I 4-dr.' Sedan Air cond.
MCDf power
53 FORD V-a 3'4 ton truck. "I I $139'steering
ply tires S27S. without 64 tag t I We are quoting the lowest priced American built car. \ OU lliCl\V and brakes. Auto . . .
$230. Ph. FR 28070. 933 NW 34th :
Ave. : ff'UClf Impala 4-dr., auto, power steering,

OU V.nCV R & H, Clean . . . $159!

80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 1964 RAMBLER f;::, $ 1763 II I rQ #UCW Station wagon, auto, $74.

RENT a truck one-way anywhere Dy vtlCY radio, heater . . . .
In the USA. from United Rent.Ails 64 COMET I

I 625 NW Ith Ave. FR 6-2835. Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL I 60 BUICK h4rrupt radio PB.:. . . $1 09.

World's Durability Champion...and A Spyder, $29(
MOBILE HOME II DO FIAT abl-goinat . . . . .
Equipped with high Self-adjusting brakes Fuel pump and tank with a record for high resale!
fuel economy. with banded linings filter FT 2drradio, heater. DEALER
Advanced unit Powr-Gard 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter D/ FORD No better price anywhere . . *?** /a
Southern Mobile constructionCurved Directional signalsEngine Automatic choke Crane Lincoln-Mercury I
I side windows oil filter Dow-Card cooling
Homes Brokers. Inc. Deep-dip rust proofing 4.000-mile engine oil. system
2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. I Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2. Arm rests 5C-S E. Univ.! Ave. Ph. FR 2-4251 i
629-4818 Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors BARKLEY MOTORS"In
Ocala Florida muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion
I Coil spring seats No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers
Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts I I

MOBILE HOMES TIME the Auto Game-Barkley's the Name'
I 1007 N. Main St.
1 Mi. N. 441 FR 2-1411
I I at City Limit on Sign I Courtesy Of I Phone FR 2.6313 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373

: CALL 372.5113 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433 Northcentrol Florida'sLorgcst
( WE TRADE University Chevrolet
I I FOR ANYTHING JI H.Mai. St'-at 16tkAv.. I Independent Dealer


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24 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 12, 1964


Mrs. Jolley to HeadCity's ,ShigeyuU RE FLORIDA.: Estate Sekiguchl. IN of PROBATE.IN ,wWn. A

Deceased.To .;ra
All Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that WilliamC.
Andrews filed his final report as tC1
Administrator of the estate of Shigeyu-
Cancer Crusade ki Sekiguchl, deceased; that he filed
his petition for final discharge. and that
he will apply to the Honorable H. H.
McDonald County Judge of Alachua r
I '
County Florida, on the 10th day of'' yr HURRY !
April. 1944 for approval of same and I 3 DAY ml P
Mrs. C. F. (Anne) Jolley, 518 E. University Ave. and Mrs. for final discharge as Administrator of 4 s -t

NW 34th Drive, has been appointed -David Cofrin, Old Newb err y the estate of Shigeyukl Sekiguchl. deceased I |
on day of March 1964.
chairman of the Gaines. Road. William C. Andrews

ville Cancer Crusade.Announcement :Mrs. Charles M. Cherry was Administrator ShigeyuU Sekiguchi.of the deceased estate of SPECIALMILLINERY

of the appoint named chairman of a group of (3138) 3:5. 12 19, 26 IS JUST 14 )
ment came from W. S. (Tiny) business and professional worn -

Talbot, Alachua County chairman en club members. NOTICE TO DEFEND SHOPPINGJL
of the annual April American Talbot said the crusade volunteers Eliza Denton. Gilbert Denton. Henry EVENT!
Denton. Rachael Denton James
Cancer Society Educational will perform a two-fold Denton. Amy Denton. Ella Tucker, DAYS
seek contributionsfor Samuel C. Tucker, Lois Tucker Clau-
and fund raising crusade. purpose dia Tucker Clara Tucker Willie A.. 3 DAYS ONLY \ t s ,
. Named as vice chairman for the year-round cancer con- Tucker Carew Tucker. MittSe Denton
and Rachael Denton Haile If any AWAY I!
the drive was Mrs. H. E. Buckley trol programs of public education -or all of said Defendant or Defendants y
are living, and If any or all of said Thursday Friday SaturdaySPRING
of Newberry Road.Seventeen research and service for Defendant or Defendants are deceased ,

area chairmenwere cancer patients, and distribute the unknown sPOUSe. heirs devisees DONT BE DISAPPOINTED
grantees, creditors or other parties

named to handle the campaign pamphlets entitled "The Ans- against claiming any such by deceased through, Defendant underor HATS ,, !

in all sections of the city. I wers to These Questions May or Defendants. If alive, and If gac:4Jf SELECT

They are Mrs. Robert L. Save Your Life." .. dead grantees their legatees unknown; and heirs.all devisees.parties NOW!
having or claiming to have any right.
Young, 27 NW 26th Ter.; Mrs. I LEGAL NOTICE title or Interest in and to the property 20% OFF
705 NW 36th i The University of Florida will receive herein described to wit: & :
B. T. Brasington, bids for the general class of commodities The West One-Quarter (W'A) of Lot \\
Ave.; Mrs. Shellie McKinney, I as Indicated below. Interested Seven (7) in Section Nine (9), Town- \
bidders may obtain forms specifications ship Ten (10) South Range Nineteen : ,
1716 NW 10th Ter.; Mrs. Rich [ ngand other Information fay con (19) East Lying and being in : JUST THINK OF IT! R
the Purchasjp CONTURA
Division. Alachua County Florida less the ;
ard Myers, 2912 NE 10th Drive, Room 106 Tigert Hall University of West fifty (SO) feet .thereof for a RIGHT NOW, AT THE 1
Van A. May 3815 SW 18th Florida, Gainesville Florida. road right-of-way. BEGINNING OF tLk j Spandex diamonds
Mrs. 64 Meat and Staples bids open every You and each of you are hereby severeally THE
St.; Mrs. W. P. Bourgeois, 616 64 Tuesday 10:00 notified that Charles Clifton SEASON -YOUR t:; '. : make this Tafredda slip
Hospital Supplies bids
open ev Jr. has filed his sworn Complaint in Jas'
NE 8th Ter.; and Mrs. William I' ery Monday 3:00 the Circuit Court of Alachua County a. UNRESTRICTEDCHOICE fit smoothly under knits and
64-P-19 U of F Law Review 11:00 Florida against you and each of you
West, 1002 NE 15th Place. March 26. 1944 as Defendants seeking to quiet the wools. White, Jr. 915.
44-P-21 Continuous Forms 2:00 March title to the above described real property :.
Loomis 1003 HURRY! HURRY! $6.00Tafreddo@
Also Mrs. George 26. 1944 located in Alachua County, .

NE 15th Place; Mrs. William 44-28 March Nucleonic 26, 1944 Instruments 10:30 Florida.You are further notified that the return \ is Barbizon's woven

Ganong, 1432 NE 20th Ave.; 64-29 26. 1964 Addressing Machine 2:30 March April day 13th of 1964 this and Notice yau to shall Defend on said is : Millinery Shop2nd ''( blend of nylon and Dacron

Mrs. A. D. Sanders, 3201 NW 64-30 Laboratory Equipment 10:30 date serve a copy of your defense. if : ro' polyester.
April 2. 1964 & Andrews. Attorneys
18th Ave.; Mrs. M. T. Capo, 1530 64-31 Furnish and Install Interior any upon Plaintiff Lowry; Is Floor

NW 6th Ave.; Mrs. B. H. Orr, March Circuitry 31.for 1944 closed Circuit TV 10:30 and p. o.for Immediately Box 390 thereafter Gainesville file, the Florida original .

4022 NW 36th St.; Mrs. A. D. 64-32 31, 1944 Orlyt Greenhouse 11:00 March I of same In the Office of the .
Clerk of the Circuit Court otherwise ,
Olinger, 1525 NW 34th Place; 64-33 Fine Paper 2:00 March :31, 1964 a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered fv2
W. T. DeMoss 4012 SW Director of against you.
Mrs. Purchasing WITNESS one of the Honorable
19th St.; Mrs. Clyde Dunn, 7221IN (3157) 3:12. 19 Circuit Judges of this Eighth Judici- N
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT al Circuit of Florida as well as
ALACHUA COUNTY STATE OF FLO- Clerk of the Circuit Court all on the
RIDA. 10th day of March A.. D. 1964.
FLORIDA Emily Waterhouse
Estate of JOHN DUDLEY REEVES DeceasedThe I
state of Florida to all persons Interested Deputy Clerk S
JR., deceased In the Estate of said Deced- (3156) 3:12. 19. 26; 4:2 \r
The State of Florida. To All! Persons ent: +
Interested In the Estate of said Dece- '
You are hereby notified that a written
dent: Instrument purporting to be the At No Place in _
hereby notified that a written
are Last Will and testament of said decedent >,
Instrument purporting to be the has been admitted to probatein North Central Floridacan
of said dece-
Last Will and Testament said
dent has been admitted to probate In You Court. find so many
are hereby commanded within you
said Court. six calendar months from the date of Used ((62) 4t t
You are hereby commanded withIn the first publication of this notice to Typewriters J / :
six calendar months from the date appear in said Court and show cause. & Adding Machines ((44)) i
of the first publication of this noticeto If any you can. why the action of :
appear In said Court and show said Court In admitting said Will to Cash Registers ((10)) < :
cause. if any you can. why the actionof probate should not stand unrevoked.
said Court In admitting said Will to -sH.. H. MCDONALD, county 8 good Typewriterswhile
probate should not stand unrevoked.H. Judge.H. they last $19.50RISER'S
H. McDONALD. county H. McDonald
Judge. Alachua County, Florida.
Alachua County Florida Seal) L
By -. Clerk. Bates & Jones
(Seal) Attorneys for ExecutorP.
First publication on March 12. 1944 O. Box 396 Office Equipment
(3153) 3:12. 19. 26; 4: 2 Gainesville 11 West University Florida Avenue 604 North Main Street I

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY February 20. 1944 Sales Service Rentals 5)
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA (3095) 2:20. 27; 3:5. 12 I
All Creditors and Persons HavIng --- i
Claims or Demands Against -
Said Estate: Zephaire Batiste .11
You and each of you are hereby notified perky pajamas r
and required to present any
claims and demands which you or with tucked yoke and
either of you, may have against the s
estate of JOHN DUDLEY REEVES French nylon lace trim. ,
JR., deceased late of said County, to White petal blue. ; '
the County Judge of Alachua County, i-I- 3
Florida. at his office in the court yellow in Miss 1020.
house of said County at Gainesville
Florida within six calendar months \( $7.00
from the time of the first publI-
cation of this notice. Each claim or HOLLYWOOD Zephaire Batiste isBarbizon
demand shall be In writing and shall
state the place of residence and New all-over stretch bra brings you all-over comfort 's woven /
post office address of the claimant blend of Dacron s I
and shall be sworn to by the claim-
ant his agent his attorney. and polyester, nylon and
any such claim or demand not so filed cotton. S fF4

shall The be Atlantic void. National Bank of Stretch cups in an exclusive new r--!.1.... *. c..nv There stretch /

Jacksonville.executor of FloridaAs the Last Will J blend (Dacron polyestercottonknit at the cup side gives you com- as

and Testament of Lyra spandex) mold you to a high, .__.c, u-ni "in. Probably i 8 ,.

JR.John. deceased Dudley Reeves. rounded profile. Straps that the most flexible bra ever designed!! e. ate

Lazonby.Barber Dell. Graham. Willcox & iL stretch as far as you can reach Ask for 4050, personally fitted, BC ) ;

Post Office Box 123 S won't roll or curl adapt to any 32-83, 3.95. ALSO AVAILABLEIN /
Gainesville Florida
First publication March 12 \9U. BLUE IN A ,
(3159) 3:12. 19, 26; 4:2
The University of Florida will receive -
bids for the general class of
commodities as Indicated below. In- Foundations Floor Floor
terested bidders may obtain forms Shop2nd Lingerie Shop2nd
specifications and other Information by
contacting the Purchasing Division. ,
Room 106. Tigert Hall. University of

44-Meat Florida. Gainesville and Staples Florida.bids open every 13L&% -

Tuesday ..." ... .. ..". ." "". 10:00
44 Hospital Supplies bids open every J
Monday ......."..".....".. "....". 3oo WHAT CHARMERS '
4424 Pre-Cast Roof Decking .
10:30 March 19, 1944 IE
44-27 Closed Circuit Educational Tele-
vision Equipment 11:00 March 19, 1964 4s FOR EASTER
Q 319 Environmental Growth Chamber r .
2:00 March 19, 1964
T. N. Wells
Director of Purchasing e
(3136) 3:5. 12 a .

re: Estate of
Deceased.To YJD'Ldi. ,
All Creditors{ and Persons Having
Claims or Demands Against Said 3
Estate: t Soft, light and bursting
You and each ,of you are hereby
notified and required to present y
any claims and demands which you I 5M& with fashion, our new fr
or either of you may have against the
estate of E. J. NELSON. deceased ]
late of said County, to the County California
Judge of Alachua County. Florida at
his office In the court house of said
County at Gainesville. Florida withIn t.
six calendar months from the time ;6 aa'. COBBERS .bj.
of the first publication of this notice. Pfltoj C
Each claim or demand shall be In
writing and shall state the place of '7la
residence and post office address of ( II
the claimant and shall be sworn to : %
by the claimant his agent his attorney k Ttqp __
and any such claim or demand
not so filed shall be void. ;
U.\1 \
Damon A.. Nelson As ad- > ;L-
ministrator of the Estateof > '
As executor of the Last f
Will and Testament of ? tyt
E. J. Nelson, deceased y
Attorneys for Executor
P.O. Box 396
11 West University Avenue 1i eta 4
Gainesville Florida i
First publication February 20. 1944: .
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