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 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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'; Thompson from its aviation armbecause South Central Airlines' plane
he had "physical de was flying illegally when it
;, ficiencies." S. crashed and killed ten peopleat

;I And his civilian boss didn't Municipal Airport last month,
# i- a Federal Aviation official
; know it. Agency -
said this morning. .
1 The boss was South Central :
Airline's chief pilot John B. It couldn't legally leave the ;
it ground, he said.Modifications \
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:: Thompson was the man who S rc.i.b had been madeon
the twin-engined Beech- the twin-engined Beechcraft
piloted ,
; .
Rn without FAA approval.And .
,1 craft that crashed at Municipal
Airport Feb. 3, killing himself approval by the FAA is
mandatory a Civil Aeronautics
; and all nine passengers.
Board of Inquiry told
lieutenant was by
mander Thompson, was released a from the Work to Begin on Student Union Henry C. Faller chief of theFAA's

Navy for physical disabilities engineering and manu-
facturing district office in Mi-
according to testimony heard Construction on the $5 million student Union building on the University of Florida campus will begin in May. The multi-million

yesterday by a, special CAB dollar structure was designed by the architectural firms Barrett, Daffin and Bishop of Tallahassee, and Moore and May of Gaines- ami.Faller's testimony came near
board of inquiry probing the ville. It is to be built by H. L. Coble Construction Co. of Orlando, subject to approval of the Cabinet. The new union will be financedby the end of an investigative hear

crash. funds from the $25 million revenue certificate program of 1962, secured by' student activity funds. The new building will house ing held here by the CAB.
But the nature of the "physical classrooms for certain departments. The hearing concluded at 11:45
deficiencies" wasn't dis
a.m. today.

f closed. Chan Gurney, a CAB memberand
C The Defense Department presiding officer over the
r. hasn't released them. proceedings said: all testimonywill
When chief pilot Fincher took Five Die in Boat be taken back to Washington -
he was MishapsFlorida
the stand yesterday and evaluated by the full
about the "deficien-
g questioned membership of the Civil Aero-

cies. nautics Board.
t. "Did you know about them?? It probably will take several

he was asked. "I do now" he months to'prepare final reporton
Boat Disaster One, Man Dies Tanker : -
replied to his questioners.He Party the crash causes -
tli didn't learn about the circumstances I Mac Arthur One finding, may be based on

i I until of Thompson's after the fatal discharge Leaves 4 Dead,. 1 Missing Has Pneumonitis Explosion... Off VirginiaPORTSMOUTH + Faller's He took testimony.the' stand.'nearthe*

crash he said. '-" end of the hearing that began
1 U\ Fincher said he shared an BOYNTON BEACH (AP-A The boat's captain ,estimated ,WASHINGTON (AP) Army Va. (AP- their ship's papers to safety here at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday .He ,
1 apartment with Thompson and huge, freak wave capsized a 65- the. wave was, 18 feet ,high.: doctors found signs of moderate An explosion ripped through the and it was one of these a provided a dramatic climax to
\ four foot boat it returned from inflammation American tanker San Jacintooff steward M. Dotilla: who died the
II, two other pilots when the as a "You see them (thefreak or pneumonitis "' t already dramatic proceed-
first came to work for South day of sport fishing and pitched waves) every once in a while" ,at the base of Gen. Douglas the Virginia coast early today apparently of natural causes. ing.Faller

1\\ Central a year ago. 20 persons into Boynton Beach said Jim Duncan, 21, first mate MacArthur's right lung today leaving one crew member The others remained aboardthe told the Board that an
1, He testified that he never saw Inlet only a short distance from on a private vessel that partici' and started treatment* with anti dead and the two sections of the bobbing stern section and STC: (Supplemental Type Certi-
I I any indication that anything shore yesterday. Four persons pated in the mass rescue. biotics. He is still in serious ship wallowing helplessly in 5.. rejected plans to be lifted off ficate) had been applied for, for
physically was wrong with were killed, four hospitalized "There's nothing you can do condition. to 10-foot seas. by helicopter. South Central Airline's Beech-

Thompson. and one was missing.The about them." Pneumonitis is described as The master of the stricken A light rain was falling over craft, serial number N2999.It .

Only too late did he find out. survivors-ranging from One of the survivors a localized acute inflammationof vessel, Harold J. Titus, 40, of .the area, and the skies were was applied for in December -
Evidence of Thomp n's alleged teen-agers to elderly couples- Hopkins of, New Carlisle, Jerry Ohio, the lungs, ordinarily less serious Pine City N.Y., who remained overcast. 1963, and denied, he, said.
physical problems was struggled to shore or were rescued said the boat than true pneumonia. aboard the bobbing .stern.with The Coast Guard said the But a new application was filed.
no one on was
in the wakeof by other craft in the inlet, 36 of' the 39 radioed Under the terms of the requested -
presented yesterday wearing a life preserver."I Pneumonia is always a haz- crewmen Mobile Pegasus had been released -
suggestions that pilot error which is .near Palm Beach 65 ard in surgical patients who that all survivors-,were well. from the scene and had STC the airplane could
contri- miles north of Miami.A was under water for what legally have been modified to
may have been a major have undergone severeshock Two of the San Jacinto's crew started on its way.
seemed like forever and fly at a maximum of
with both finallySee weight
buting factor to the crash.A 14-year-old boy and are of advanced years. members went aboard the The explosion occurred at
in braces because of 9,360 pounds instead of the 8,750
fellow pilot who witnessedthe legs polio ( BOAT, Page 2)) tanker Mobile Pegasus to carry 12:45 a.m. about 40 miles off pounds prescribed by the factory
said he to shore -
swam despitea
that Thompsontook
said Jacinto
crash the coast. The San was
that made it.
fishhook __,
caught in his : "
his wing-flaps
with ballast route from
off en
Instead of
throat."I awaiting approval
I turned down. n Maine, to Houston, Tex, a Fort Lauderdale airplane firm
They should have been up, he missed hitting any of the Jax Boycott Begunin expelling fumes from its went ahead with the modifica-
F\ said. ship when I was tossed over- tions.

s I He said a plane taking off, board, but somehow I caught a The vessel, broke in two be- The plane was turned back to .
loaded as Thompson's fishhook from someone's line tween the pilot house and en- .
heavily South Central Jan.
\ could experience serious just beneath my jaw" said the JACKSONVILLE Fla. (AP- persons injured showed signs of gine room and parted several 30.
I ;: was, on take-off if teen-ager, Bill Renc of Pompano A boycott of Jacksonville busi- subsiding although one gang at- hours later. South Central put it into service -
control problems Another its
which restric- tack white and fire on regular passenger runs
Beach. nesses impose on a man a owned
down. The San Jacinto is by
flaps were and it crashed as it was takingoff
started bomb incident
tions Negroes was were reported on
would cause the Spectators disagreed on the the Trinidad Corp. of New York.
Downed flaps from the airport here Feb.:
nose of the plane to rise. And distance the boat, a charter tion today for by the the Advancement of Man InjuredWednesday Wednesday night. The builder of the 544 foot 3, just four days after modifications -
Incessant false alarms
according to testimony the nose fishing vessel called the Two kept San Jacinto was Sun Shipbuilding were completed and South
Thompson's craft did rise. It Georges, was from shore. Estimates -, Colored People. firemen on the run for the third Co. of Chester, Pa. The Central took possession.All .
of at 60-70 degree angle ranged from 150 feet to The NAACP called for retalia- night, but rock-throwing and Coast Guard said a new bow nine and the
rose tion against "Jim Crow mer- night meeting of the other vandalism subsided. added Todd passengers
1 said Thomas F. Dobbs the pilot 1,000 or more.Fishermen section was by Ship- pilot perished in flames that engulfed
who witnessed the crash. said the wave apparently chants'1 even as a group of organization.The Hospitalized with a jagged 3- building Co. of Galveston Tex., the downed craft.
1 alleged "over load" formed on a sandbar white and Negro leaders gropedfor boycott was approved by inch laceration of the' foreheadwas in 1953. Meanwhile the STC applica-
I An the problem. gathering speed and size beforeit a way out of the city's four- the largest chapter turnout in Lester Phillips 53. He told tion was processed.And .
I CAB investigators disclosed struck the boat. It whippedher day-old racial crisis. recent months against all busi- police he was struck by a brick Special Night on Feb.! 25, a full 22 days
the plane weighed 9,402 around 90 degrees and flip "Spend your money only nesses except those selling food during an attack by 12 to 15 Ne- after the death-dealing crash, '
I that when it crashed and ped her over on the left side. where you are respected" Rut- and medicine.The groes. RegistrationSCheduled the FAA mailed its approval to
pounds The Two Georges sank: as it ledge Pearson, city and state violence which left one Backed by Mayor Haydon move ahead with the requested

\ burned.'legal maximum weight as was being towed in yesterday. NAACP president, told a Negro women dead and several Burns, a biracial group quickly HereNew modifications, Faller said.

It .. went into action to restore peace, The approval
manufacturer papers were
_prescribed and the by Federal Aviation r n:r. TI! r'-:t '-:,,,\',: I' -\..."..: I t.1.:'T.J<..:'',"H. :"'::.t'q;' '''l.: ..; '" ,,;, -=;. 0" '- -a."ri ;:n and resolve segregation issues voters can register tonight mailed to William H. Conrad,
testi- ;': following three days and nightsof until 9 o'clock during president of Airline TrainingInc.
I 's Agency indicated, was 8,750-pounds 652 less than ( ftt { ''l' t. scattered shootings a killing, special registration hours set ., located at Broward County
mony i 'l numerous injuries and mounting by Registration Supervisor Mrs. International Airport in Fort
: f actual weightEven with modifications to property damage from fires and Alma Bethea. Lauderdale. That was the firm

maximum to rocks."I Mrs. Bethea said night hours that already had modified the
raise the allowed -, trs hope we will be able to get are'also scheduled next Mondayand plane.
9,360 pounds, the plane would -S-S : our together; said Rob- regis: ,
J. Nc group Thursday so new Conrad testified yesterday. };
have been 42 pounds over-weight t ert Milius department store trants can meet the April 4 He said he contracted to mod- j;
1 when it left Municipal Airport % executive and a leader in the deadline. ify two twin-Beechs for South .-
Feb. 3. And testimony indicates ; ar.% biracial committeesanctionedby The registration hooks close Central Airline. He admitted not
l that'the modifications were
r the mayor but not officially April 4 for the May 5 Democratic getting actual approval for the
t .Illegally without prior' FAA ,linked to the city government primary. The registration of- jobs before releasing the planes.

,approval A leader of Negro demonstra- fice will be open all day, Sat- But, he said, the approval was
Another weight ,problem was tions warned of large scale activities urday April 4. little more than a formality. He

distribution.The f unless progress in desegregation The i registration supervisor also said he had gotten a copy of the jplane's
legal limits that deter- a is made.
asked that voters who have revised flight require
mine the plane's center of grav- "If Jacksonville doesn't do changed their addresses notify ments with the new certificate .;!
have been viQlated. something today or tomorrow,
ity may her office. number printed on the front.
Some testimony indicates that this town's going to turn to He told the Board that he

the plane was loaded too heavily mass demonstrations" said moved ahead and did the job
in the back, complicating the : Rutledge Pearson president of and tested the aircraft. He said
"" flaps down nose up problem. the state and local chapters of he's .qualified as an examiner.

*. it was Thompson's duty to'determine the National Association for, the WHERE, When he, finished testing it and r
total weight and compute Advancement of Colored People. everything checked out to his

h the center of gravity air- Excluded from the biracial TO FIND IT:,! satisfaction, he turned the plane 1:
'I o. line officials have" testified If group Pearson said he did.not over to South Central for use in

f there was an error in either one, know whether the NAACP would Comics . . 9 commercial passenger flights.

,, jt Would probably be the pilot's Meets the Press participate in the peace effort. Classified . 21-23 Faller said the formal approval ,
'error.. Supervisor He said he had no plans to halt Entertainment .'. 8. wasn't just a meaningless -

p' -- The weight question was the demonstrations which have been Obituaries . 5 formality.He .
), **subject of several queries yesterday Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma Bethea issued a statement to reporters yester- aimed at places of public ac Opinion Page .f. .. 4' said FAA regulations made

by investigators.They day welcoming a review of.,records in her office. It was'her- first official response commodation. e Sports . '. 13-17 .it mandatory. sAnd --
repeatedly asked witnesses Monday's, announcement by State Attorney 'T.. E. Ted) Duncan that reports' of Milius and other members,.of e.Women's . KM I he read a letter that was;
hOw long it would take violations in the March 17 election'..would ,be investigated and turned. over. to_.,a the committee were_optimistic, .. l> .. ** ,; }
j;t'i (See PILOT, Page 2)) Grand Jury in ,April. '(Sun"photo by"Eddie*Davis)' however.' (See ILLEGAL. Page 2))

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Gainesville Sun Thursday, March zo, I>o4 I dren, arriving In recent week

.:.. I April 1 Discharge Doubtful t Weather Roundup IA I About Starvation MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -The Refugeerector di "They such bear as marks skin alterations of mtrition ,"..

BoatFrom of the Cuban Dr. Miriam Bosch said on t

taaw.. Center Medical Clipic reports Spanish language television

I f But Glenn Still Running ... l-\Q aaae Page 1came increasing exiles, particularly malnutrition small among chil- gram Wednesday. --pro.

d.;: By RONNIE THOMPSON slammed his head against the of a goose egg and has since Friday.A-Partly Lowest cloudy tonight and M colder to 42.through High :: up gasping for breath," MillS (

bathtub. I healed. est Friday 54 to 60. i tie said. "I heard.men scream- DIXIE
I a
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP- I shock from the B-Cloudy to partly cloudyand \ ing. I heard one man yelling for _
The wave
The brunt of a concussion suf- The fall delayed Glenn's retirement colder through Friday. I!lis wife. She had been with hima [
fered by former astronaut JohnH. from the Marine Corps blow, or what is called a concussion Low tonight 38 to 42, high ._.4'F -\ few seconds before it hap- SUPER DISCOUNT
localized in the
Glenn Jr. Feb. 26 was absorbed and his campaign for the Democratic was Friday in 60s. Northerly 10 \ pened."

by his left inner ear, his U.S. senatorial nomina- area of the temporal bone in the to 20 mile winds.C E A-s S.W. 1ST AVENUE
of the skull that houses The Ernest Whitman 19
portion man ,
doctor Scattered thundershowers this I ,
says. tion in Ohio. He hopes to be retired
afternoon. Cloudy to partly cloudy tonight \ t- Mart Stores)
the ear. 70, of East Boston Mass., sir the Bargain
u and Friday. Low Formerly
now on April 1, but Bran- tonight 40 to (
', Dr. Earl W. Brannon said in Primarily, the damage was in 45, high Friday in 60s. Shifting 15 to e vived. His wife died. Duncan, THURS FRI. SAT. 'TIL 9 P.M.INFANTS' .
non indicated it might be later. 25 mile winds becoming northeasterlythis '. I OPEN
an interview that the Marine the inner ear, or labyrinth por- afternoon and diminishing to- t the first mate, hauled Whitmanin. [ RUBBER

;.. lieutenant colonel is making a ."And we remain hopeful that tion. The inner ear has two night.E .F G Scattered thundershowers :. -,,, .- "He kept saying, 'my God GIRLS'

t:. normal course of recovery froman he will be able'to,meet hi" political functions-hearing and equilib- mainly tonight. Mostly cloudy and .my wife's still out there,'" PANTIES
colder tonight and Friday. Low tonight DRESSES
injury of this type. He described commitments," Brannon rium. mostly In 50s. high Friday Duncan said.Another .
around 70. Southerly 15 to 25 mile All sIzes and colors
it as labyrinthitis, an said. "CoL Glenn certainly has winds shining to northerly 10 to 20
In Glenn's case, the brunt of "> iIti of the victims, Louis
I : inflammation of the inner ear, intentions' of. pulling out of the concussion was taken up in miles H I J per K -hour Partly tonight.cloudy_ tonight and % Pollata of Medford, N.J., was a 1 Sc 4 Sic
generally caused by an injury the race." Friday. Scattered showers Friday. Low Large selection 97C Pr p r. _
the equilibrium center that con- tonight around 70 high Friday around GAINESVILLE WEATHER I friend of Whitman's The othervictims of close outs.
or infection. 10 to 20 mile winds. -
80. Southerly
Brannon explained Glenn's in- trols a person's balance and co were Ernest Jeffries of sizes 1 thru 7. BOYS' GiRLS'
ordination.He TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Municipal Airport readingsfor Boynton Beach and Harry Wil- -
Brannon, chairman of the department -jury this way: H L Prep.
Jacksonville ............ S2 67 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: liams of Lyndhurst, Ohio. TENNIS SHOES
of suffered loss of
I orthopedic surgeryat no hearing. Miami .................. 76 74
The left side of his head, just High 81 at 1 to 4 low
Wilford Hall Air Force Hos- When Glenn sits too long, Tampa ................ 82 70 p.m. Whitman said he had to coax EASTER SPECIAL
above and slightly behind the Atlanta ................ 45 58 3.37 66 at 6 a.m. No rainfall.
pital where Glenn, 42, has been turns his head too abruptly, or New Orleans .......... 7* 49 .11 Pollata to make the trip. Whit- These are well
left in the left region .. ... .......
ear temporal Boston .. 72 40 .0* Wash Wear
since March 6, said "time is the walks for any ,distance he experiences New York .............. 75 4S I man said he and his wife had made, vulcanized -. 9SPECIAL
hit the bathtub.As .
............ 74 57 1 been married for with heels.BOYS' $11
important thing" in recovery. dizziness and a loss of Washington 37 years. "I
a result of the blow, there Chicago ................ 37 22 .48 ALMANAC Reg. $1.98.
balance associated with nauea. Kansas City ............ 28 10 .04 Sunset today :" pm. I have had some tragedies happen PANTS .
.: Glenn slipped'as he was attempting was swelling and'bleeding.under Denver ................ 33 18 .02 Sunrise tomorrow 6:25 am.
Treatment has included plenty Ft. Worth .............. 69 28 Moonrise today 5:35 pm. to me before but nothinglike
I : to hang a mirror in the skin and in the muscle Los Angeles .......... 64 44 Full Moon March 27 this. The hard is tell- Continental, side windows
.. of rest and primarily admin- Seattle ................ 43 40 .04 The planet Venus Is at Perihelion today part
the bathroom of his the bone. This cuts
a ,
temporary over was superficial istration of medicines to relieve the point on Its orbit nearest to ing our four daughters; he said. and some regular DOYSI PANTS
: Columbus, Ohio. apartment and bruise about the size MARINE FORECASTSEAST the Sun. Venus Is about 77 million 5 thru 16. 2 solid racks.
dizziness and reduce swelling, GULF: Shining 15 to 22 knot miles from the Earth tonight and Its
M winds becoming northerly Ute today distance Is decreasing. Were 3.95 to 8.95. A very large selection ct
-- Brannon said. "There has beenno and 10 to 20 knots by Friday. Scattered CEDAR KEY TIDES De Gaulle VisitFirms special buy, all colors
! I thundershowers mainly south this Friday-High at 1:12 a.m. and' 1:42 a
surgery. afternoon and tonight. pm. Low at 7:41 am. and 7:45 p.m. and many styles, sizes 2

I : yF 4 Y;_ 3, Relations $199 8 .

.... More About Winston-Salem, N.C., to Ocala Pair
.. Nov. 6 of last year. FAA regu- (e) New Y rk TimesPARISPresident 2 PAIR $100thru

.... lations require that they get a De Gaulle:
told the French cabinet
... new taxi certificate when they yester LIMIT
that with Meal
day cooperation
-- PilotFrom
change bases.It t
.. EaEtVFRESH1M co was on a firm and established I HEAVY
... Page 1 wasn't until Jan. 30, 1964, basis as a result of his nisi!t Wash Wear
.. four before the crash CRINOLINS
... just days there last week. ....../,, "I""" i
... to compute the load distributionon There was no FAA rule that a new certificate was issued WAS MtNUII;
The who returned
.. OWERSI the South Central Airline against it at the time, but verbal ,
.. Tom Mobley Jr., principal Tuesday from a tour of Mexico
plane that crashed. orders against it have been 3.95
and the French territories in $197 $1395
operations inspector for theFAA's
Chief pilot Fincher said it sent down since the crash.
made evident
the Caribbean,
St. Petersburg office, Now
probably would take about 20 South Central has ceased the
his satisfaction with the welcome
said he delivered
the certificate
minutes of figuring "maybe practice, Fincher told investi-
he had received.He LADIES'INFANTS'
in on Jan. 30.
.. Similar person
longer. replies were gators. '
of the impression"
spoke "deep -
... :R dutzs : : made by a pilot who witnessedthe Asked if there was any wayto Testimony was scheduled to that Mexico's greet- DRESSES
.. crash and flew the continue this morning.
same deactivate the SETS
co-pilots 2.
; ing had made on him and of
: a of that crashed. Officials of the said pc. Most Easter dresses
t type plane controls when a passenger was hearing the convictions of French national are
.. /.; .rear.a Investigators appeared to be in his seat, Fincher said that he they hoped to complete their sentiment conveyed to Clearing out in gay colors very nice

: GLOXINIA. trying to prove that Thompson knew of none. work before the day ended. him by the inhabitants of Martinique 00 regardless of former price
couldn't have computed his load R ego $2.98 $1 out they go at,
$ 49IA testifying yesterday was Guadeloupe and Gui-
IA .. $198 and Lx ,. factor.distribution because of the time Samuel H. Coester, president of More About ana. at .. .... $399GIRLS'

airline at the time of the
: Exquisite loveliness with f He was on the ground. only crash, and several Federal Aviation -
KY many boloms, in many about 20 minutes. Gainesville Sun
Agency officers stationed in
colors. Will bloom for In that time he another Illegal
i ;bM another 6 weeks.HYDRANGEA. } helped St. Petersburg and Miami. I Rayon PANTIES
w \ pilot check his plane for a gasoline Published evenings except 4-TIER
: RwF'V leak and loaded his own Coester resigned from the airline Saturday, and Sunday mornIngs r

plane. two weeks ago to enter the From 1 by the Gainesville Publishing Heavy! quality, all colors, CRINOLINS
Page Company at 101 SE
rr : : R $1.69 And in testimony yesterday, brokerage business.He 2nd Place Gainesville. FlorIda. sizes 2 thru 14. 39c val-

.r; said yesterday that he has and entered second class ue, now only
Fincher said that he didn't require mailed to Conrad in 1962, he as Many colors, an
: __ Prolific Color Atop flown with Thompson.He matter at the Post Office at
4 r Wide Leaevd Shrubs. his pilots to compute the called said, by his office. It was a Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
A mammoth bloom weight load to be sure it met Thompson "one of warning letter. It reminded Con- 4 99 sizes. $199'i
on each plant. the smoothest pilots I've ever RATES BY Pn' '$2.99 ..
.. their plane's center of gravity rad of the FAA regulations re- I Reg.
j9i. q s1 seen. He could trim CARRIER OR MAIL
a! really an
GERANIUM restrictions except when they garding modifications and their 1 I
.: were on instrument flights. airplane. prior approval 1 Week .45 ;

i 98C They were expected to load Thompson was above averagein 3 Mos. $5.85 I DRESSES
= ability, Coester said. In further testimony, Faller I' EASTER
I the planes the best way they After Coester said that it was required to'put: All mail subscriptions must
testified, an be paid in advance.
could he said.That's .
": ,'S" This all-time favorites ,. FAA man from St. Petersburg an "elevator spring" in the Largest selection of Easter dresses in town, t
.. ,*' abounds with color. Wide .-, been changed. took the stand for twin-Beech in the type of modifications Member of Audit Bureau of
questioningabout and !n 1
:' plan choice for preference. Fincher said each South Central South Central's air-taxi that were made. Circulation.All including white in nylon, ; '

station manager has been certificate. The spring effects the ease of material contained herein's all at fabulously low prices. ;!
checked out and the property of the Gainesville I _
on procedure
South Central officials had controlling the aircraft.It Publishing Company (c) 1964. Reproduction I
w I
I now is charged with helping pilots In whole or In part Is BLOCK AWAY
FASHIONS IN STEP load their planes properly. stated that they finished trans- wasn't installed, Conrad ad strictly forbidden without the written LOADS OF PARKING ONE
ferring their headquarters from mitted. I permission of the publisher.
this indicated I
.. I Testimony morning
EASTER that the plane was load

ed without much regard for its
.I center of gravity. 15 YEAR GUARANTEED

seamless The plane's manufacturerlists

the plane's center of gravity -

when empty at plus 112.5

w inches. The manufacturer sets L 3-in-l Asphalt RoofingNo

109.8 to 117.7 inches as the safety

NYLONS margin. .
; Findings of the investigators ? -

; Indicate that the plane, whenit

crashed, was eight inches Completely Installed
outside the margin of safety.

.. uaf., ;: z SEAMLESS CLEAR KNIT Questioning this morning indi I

flattering 15 denier nylons. be criticaL

: Suntone, Rosetone or Henry C. Faller, chief of the

Taupetone. Sizes 8X to 1L FAA's engineering and manu Money Down! No Payments til Oct. 1st

.. facturing office in Miami, said

RUN-LESS SHEERS he couldn't tell exactly whatwould t
$ ; Yes! with NO MONEY DOWN and YOUR MONTHLY I, _-,
Locked-in stitches mean happen under. the cir Buy now PAYMENTS. :<"
: runs won't occur even cumstances.The DON'T START til OCTOBER lit, 1964. Take up to 5 years to pay on Sears r w

... when a thread is broken.Rosetone plane hasn't been tested I Modernizing Credit Plan. ; .

I : ,Sun tone.8X to 11.MOKE with its load that far out' oi f .- a .

balance, he said. S
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pen.He said with the load thai t -

.. ilk : far out of balance, it probably

,. would make the plane very 1

1 unstable. He said if it went into 6

a nose-down or
.. nose-up position
I most pilots probabljwould
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..., have, trouble correcting,

I .. x He said a sharp nose. u; FREE ESTIMATES ,. I HAd

1 could reverse the tension or No charge for measuring :# x

.-.. the airplane's controls. \ SEAiiL\1 ancle.tI..I..c. .:. s 11

.. And he told the Board thai t Thl"Home is Sendee.your" Sear" No ;, .
he knows of
: no pilots traineeto Obligation to buy. .
control a plane that has Us has> '

control tension pulling oppositethe 1NSTALLATIONeverytldBg .,, 4

normal way. Expert InstallationArranged.

:: The weight distribution problem seal Financed
was added during testimony YOIl Guaranteed By Sears. ,

.. ILa this morning to anotbex for HOME NO MONEY DOWNIMPROVEMENT

.. problem brought out earlier ir J NO MONTHLYPAY
.. the trial..Earlier; a witness testified MENTS til Oct. 1*. L

... LOVELY that the doomed plane all. ....er19641! Aid Tab up
to 5 ,..n to pay
.. took off with its wing flap:I
NYLONS Sam Modemizatioa -
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They should have been up. Monthly

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.. downed flaps, its nose will]
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15 dealer sheer lace n lons. 83511.For have a tendency to rise. ... I Ir
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piropottioned South Central plane that crashed

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IaaR. X-Lang lengths. Taupetone angle. That angle of climb right t FR 2-8461 Count on Sears roofing shingles to
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U.L. standards. Long-lasting dependdefects in roofing shingles or workmanship \
1slu.uaea past the stalling point, according In 'We'n' ability quality built to resist within 5 years of application we will repair or l
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Meal Snack earliei
An Appetizing or other questioning H. '
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March 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3Britain's I

w University LEGAL of NOTICE Florid .will, receive
bid for the general class of commod- (
M Nles bidders as Indicated may obtain below.forms Interns speclffcation .- BEST MOONSHINER PLEDGES Grea Train Robbers Found Guilty I

and other Information by car-
ratting the Purchasing Division Room f/
J06. Tlgert Hall. University of Ftor. -
**Meat Gainesville.and Florida. BEST AYLESBURY, England (AP) case was brought to court In lasted nine weeks, an unusual television sets, newspapers and Roy J.. James, 28, silversmithand

Tuesday 10:00Hospital Staples bids open ,even -A jury found nine men guilty January. Another defendant length for a British criminal phone calls, and their families auto racing driver, London.

"Monday- 3:00 Supplies bids open every Okla. (AP) -A candidate for .sheriff of Push- today on charges of taking partin pleaded guilty and still another trial. Judge Davies took five should be put under police I John D. Wheater, 41, a lawyerof

14Prefab erection 11:00 Steel April Building 2.64 Including I mataha County says that just as he once ran "one of the Britain's great train robberythe got a directed verdict of acquittal days to deliver his summation.The guard. Ashstead, Surrey; was found

642151966 School Furniture 2:00 Apr largest and most modern liquor st Is" in the state, he's de- theft of $7,345,000 from during the triaL innocent on the robbery chargebut

i U-23A Tank Hoist 2:30 April 2, 1964 termined to "have the very best of all possible law enforce- the Glasgow-London mail train The police have so far recov- jury's three-day delibera- Defendants found guilty of guilty of conspiring to ob-

T.Director N. WELLS of Purchasing ment. last Aug. 8. ered only 258,000 pounds ($722- tion was the longest such session conspiring to rob the train struct the course of justice.

C3175) 3:1, 24 A 10th man was found guilty! 400 of the loot and are still in England since 1670, whena
Ernest Moore, the Democratic candidate for sheriff, says of conspiring to obstruct the I looking for the gang's master- jury was kept locked up for were: Subdivision

in a leaflet on his candidacy: "I do not contend to be an minds who believed to be two days without food and water
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY course of justice.Judge are Roger J. Cordrey, 42, a florist
JUDGE.. IN ALACHUA PROBATE.COUNTY, FLORIDA angeL"The Edmund Davies said he in possession of the balance. but refused to convict William of East Molesey,. Surrey; Story Erred

I IN RE: ESTATE OF leaflet says he was "convicted of concealing one of The haul was made in a com- Penn of preaching to an William Boal 50, engineer, of
JOHN DUDLEY REEVES. JR. would defer the
Deceased.To the largest and. most modern stills ever seized in the stateof victed until sentencing after the trial con- mando-like raid on the London- unlawful assembly of Quakers.The London; Charles F. Wilson, 31, The petition presented to
All Claims Creditors or and Demands Persons Against HayIng Oklahoma. men bound mail train after it was Aylesbury jury sufferedno and Thomas W. Wisbey, 33, both City Commissioners Monday

Said Estate: of eight other persons accused, stopped by a false red signal at such privations. But Judge London bookies; James Hussey, night asking for reduced sewer

You and and each required of you to are present hereby any notified "It was wrong ,and I repent for 'my wrongdoings. Even of complicity in the giant money a hamlet near Aylesbury.Most Davies, after a juror reportedlast 30, house painter, London; Leon- assessments was made by

tither claims and demands have which against you. the 01' though was illegal I had the best. If I am elected to the snatch, the largest cash robberyin of the money was in five week that he had been offered ; ard D. Field, 31, merchant seaman Richard Hiers for residents of

estate of of you.JOHN may DUDLEY REEVES, sheriffs office, I will be determined to have the very best of the annals of world crime. pound notes being transferred a bribe, decreed that their London; Douglas G. Woodland Terrace subdivision.
JR., deceased late of said County to all
the County Judge of Alachua County possible law enforcement." The eight awaiting trial in- from banks in Scotland to banksin whereabouts while deliberating! Goody, 34, barber; London; Bri-- Tuesday's Sun erroneously

Florida of at said his County office at In the Gainesville courthouse cluding three women were the British capital.The should be kept secret, they! an A. Field, 29, clerk, White- named the subdivision as West-

Florida. within six calendar rnorth granted separate trials when the trial began Jan. 20 and should have no access to radios I church Hill, Oxfordshire; and moreland.
from the time of the first publl--
cation of this notice. Each claim or
I demand shall be in writing and shall
state the place of residence ant
post office address of claimant
I t and shall be sworn to by the claim-
t ant. his agent, his attorney, and
I any such claim or demand not so fit .
ed shall be void.
1 The Atlantic National Bank of
I Jacksonville, FloridaAs
executor of Last Will
and Testament
; John Dudley es
JR., decease-
Lazonby Dell + Barber
i Post Office l Box 123
I Gainesville. Florida
First publication' March 12, '". -r
(3159) 311. 19, 24; 4:2


re: Estate of

To All Creditors. and Persons having :;/oik- EVERYTHING FROM BUNNIES TO BONNETS.
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate 4 JMFeldsf .
J : t

tified claims You and and and each demands required of you to which are present hereby you. any n0-or c IN AN EASTER PARADE OF SAVINGS YOURS FOR

either of you may have against the

I I cea estate County.ad,of Judge late ALB5RT of of said Alachua J. County HIGGINS County, to, Flora the de- T UA THE CHOOSING I AT SPECIAL LOW I IYISCOU PRICES IN THIS I

Ida. at his office In the court house of h I
said County at Gainesville. Florida.
within six calendar months from the FABULOUS JUST-BEFORE-EASTER SALE COME EARLY
time of the first publication of this no
tice. Each claim or demand shall be
In writing, and shall state the place of
residence and post office address ofI
I the claimant and shall be sworn to by
I the claimant. his agent, or attorney.
and any such claim or demand not
I so filed shall be void. '4k'ft!

-Annie SANNIE L Higgins L HIGGINS : : :' J. M. Fields will be SHOP NOW THRU SATURDAYR

As administratrix of the Estate ,

I I Karlene deceased C. Hussey : CLOSEDEASTER i
t 11 West University Avenue I !
Gainesville. Florida A TO ALL
Attorney for Administratrix 9
First publication March 19, 19" 9
(3176) 3:19. 54; 4:2. 9 I R 14. ITt. TO r. hi. CHILDREN'SEASTER(

RE: Estate of
Shlgeyukl Sekiguchl FOR TWO
Deceased.To A WEEK
All Whom It May Concern: WORLD'S FAIR. STAY

C.Notice Andrews Is hereby filed his given final that report William as : ., '3><.. So that our personnel : -ri: r: w :: :GO;:;' CHICKS
Administrator of the estate of Shigeyu- =:t: :?>: R>>: :A:;{; ti. .t ::,: may enjoy WI" : UY .
kl Sekiguchl deceased that he flied the Holiday with their families.
his petition for final discharge. and that IN AND REGISTER.
he will apply to the Honorable H. H. S COME ALL CHILDREN MUST
McDonald. County Judge of Alachua AIRLINES
,County, Florida, on the 10th day of THERE BY NATIONAL ., II
April 164 for approval of same and .. FLY BE ACCOMPANIED
for. final discharge as Administrator of :
the estate of Shlgeyukl) Seklguchi, deceased BY
on this day of March 1964. ADULTS.
William C. Andrews
Administrator of the estate of
Shlgeyukl Sekiguchl. deceased
(3138) 3:5. 12. 19. 26
.Little Miss Was Lined _=-- r
4 ..
I The University of Florida will receive 7-Pt. EASTER ENSEMBLE PATENT HANDBAGS
bids ities for as Indicated the general below.class Interested of commode bid- Little Gent's 41 ": .

ders may obtain forms. specifications

I and Purchasing other Information Division. by Room contactingthe 104. Ti- BOXED SHIRT SET >, y .. I :
gert Hall University of Florida. 4.97 4.87Compare ,
Florida64Meat t
Gainesville. ;
and Staples bids open every i OCEAN WAVESEERSUCKER I
10:0064Hospital f $
Tuesday 1 78 <
Supplies bids open every i a'a aJ Y
Monday 3:00. Compare at $6.98 at $7.95
44-P-U of F Publications and Theses Wos. 2 pc.TAILORED j
1961.1963 11:00 April f, 1944
14-34 Cobalt-60 Teletherapy Unit Compare at $ .29. Enesmbfe Includes blouse box pleat skirt, bag, Styled by Cortina of Miami. Available In 8 SUIT f

64-37 10:30 Laundry April *. Soap 164 2:00 April 9, 164 1 Set includes' long steeve,dress shirt i cuff links and gloves, hat, locket and kerchief. Sizes 4 to 14 fashion. shades to complete your spring ensemble 1!
64-31 Chromatography Equipment 1 bow tie. Sizes 3 to 7 i
2:30 April 9. 164
64-39 Incubator Hatcher, 3.000 chick
en egg. capacity 10:30 April 14, 164. Men's Wash 'n WearITTON Children's & Misses Wos. High Styled
N. Wells 1 $1 087 i

(3193) 3:26 Director 4:2 of Purchasing 1 O" CORD SUITS PATENT SHOES COLORED PATENTS i

1 tJej*

I DA.RE IN: PROBATEIN ESTATE OF 1 988 2.77Compare 4.87Compare Luxurious Dacron and Cotton

RICHARD Deceased.LEE- EDWARDS.. %' Seersucker. Machine washable.

\ To All Creditors and Persons Having I Comp. Value 18.87 Value $3.99 Value $7.99 California styled. Wrinkle resistant
Said Estate
Claims Demands Against
i : <.'s. Sizes 8 to 18. I
You and each of you are hereby not. Nylon lined. Cool and comfortable. Sizes 36 to Childrens sizes SVz to 12. Misses 12 V2 to 4. Smartly styled heels in a variety of wanted styles
Ifled claims and and required demands to which present you any or 1 46. Charcoal blue and grey. All the latest strap sizes available in red white and colors. Sizes 4 to'F< i

either of you. may have against the i and black ;
deceased late of said County, to the
County Judge of Alachua County, FlorIda *
at his office In the court house of 100% Supima CottonMen's Little MissEASTER Misses'HANDBAG '
said County at Gainesville. Florida
within six calendar months from the ., /
time of the first publication of this no-
tic,. Each claim or demand shall be I DRESS SHIRTS HATS & GLOVE SET k: -
I In writing, and shall state the place of
residence and post office address of ,'
I the claimant, and shall be sworn to by r
the claimant his agent, or attorney., EASTERCANDY
and any such claim or demand not 2.78 1.74 2.87 1.57
n to so be filed presented shall In be duplicate void. Each and claim accompanied I to

by a filing fee of Jl.OO.

LILLIAN EDWARDS.GARRITY I Compare Value $3.95 Save up to 30% A $1.99 Value SPECIALS iI
As administrator of the Estateof

deceased RICHARD LEE EDWARDS I Short sleeve. Full cut. Finest supima cotton gives Smart spring straws and linens. Gaily decorated Full fashion stretch gloves with floral decorated One Pound Bag 1

First publication March 26 164. I you a stronger and softer shirt. Sizes 14 to 17 with bright flowers and ribbons. Matching straw bags. Sizes 3 to 14. Complete her spring < i
Scruggs and Carmichael. chlldrens gloves 57c ensemble. JELLY BEANS 26
Attorneys for the Administrator.
3 S.E. First Avenue Phone FR t-5242. I
Gainesville Florida. 1-Lb. Chocolate Covered

IN(315)THE 3:26 CIRCUIT 4:2 9. 16 COURT OF FLOR I I I I Boys Dacron_ & Cotton Wos. 2 & 3 pc.COORDINATES. Ladles.Nylon. FR.UIT'r NUT\ EGG 47 iI


Ms wife. .
Plaintiffs : 3.87 5.00 1.18 MARSHMALLOW 1
16,14flk.Choc. ,
et ux. et aU _
Defendants. ---.EGGS ..> ,.. .. .. ,, 1I
..-.. .-ITATE Barbara OF Ruth FLORIDA Tew TO Young: and her'hosband I Compare at $4.99 Compare at $6.99 Compare Value $1.99 '.'. "'
... -
Frank R. Young. Alton Henry
I .,- Taw Earl Mulllns Tew. Ruth T. Story Automatic wash n' wear. Sizes 8 'to 20. Little Embroidered linen ensemble. All in lovely spring Lace and pleats. Sizes S-M-L, Nylon satin.. Large 1
and her husband Howard K. Story and shades. Sizes Sto 16. Chanel I jacket and assortment of colors.
-- the' unknown heirs, devisees, grantees or no ironing. A wonderful buy. iI
straight S ic rt
1 assignees, lienors. creditors, or other
persons claiming by through, under or I 1
gainst Kate deceased.
and each off Paul r hereby sev- .. iI
.rally noticed that J. Tew and
Helen A. Tew his wife. have filed their iI
sworn Complaint In the Circuit Courtof I -'
Alachoa County. Florida against you Plush '11" ,4.. I
and each of you as Defendants seeking I ArtificialEASTER Cuddly Easter Giant Filled 1I

I above plaintiffs. to cause determine and In Defendants the the following Interest named described of In the the I LILIES BUNNY & SLIPPER SET EASTER BASKET _. : EASTER BUNNIES ,

property located In Alachua County I 1
Florida to wit:
AU of Lots One. Two and Three (1. 1I
2. & 3) of Block "A". Oak Park !
Subdivision as per Plat recorded In I 1.47 2.68 99" to 2.97 1
Plat Book "A", at Page 176 of the
Public Records of Alachua County, I -

You Florida.are further notified that the I A.$2.00 Value '" I A $3.50 Value Save up to 30% A $1.00 Value
return date of this Notice to Defend I I "

U April, 4. 144. You shall on or before 9 A'' A. and bedroom Filled with and candy these baskets ,will Bunnies as brightly colored .as Easter Eggs. Soft
said date serve a copy of your I I wonderful. blooms with decorated pots. furry bunny matching slippers. toys i
defense H OIlYu on Lowry and Andrews 'wonderful. gift to your love, one. Sizes 2 to 6 yrs. Pink White Tans. delight any child on Easter morning. and cuddly. Many poses.
:.. Attorneys for Plaintiffs whose I _. __. i
address to P. O. Box 390. Gainesville.
J Florid Immediately thereafter file 1
the original of same In the office of I
the Cleric of the Circuit Court of the
;,t above styled Court of Alac wa County. .1 OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. DAILY QUALITY' DISCOUNTS i

I Florida- be enered against decree you.pro con- I of Free true measure That give you instant 1
WITNESS one of the Honorable Clr- GAINESVILLE-Acres Parking I The only I Jt
cult Judges of the Eighth Judicial Clr- Qd of value guaranteedALWAYS. cash savings guaranteed 1
.. cult of Florida as well as the Clerk I U. S. 441 North ot 23rd Blvd., Phone 37 u.82.91 EVERY DAY.
f of the Circuit Court all on this 3rd
, day of March. A. D. 1944. Ik <

J.By B.Emily CARMICHAEL Waterhouse CLERK- -- o. ;' .... _,;.: .J.r-;:.:: :" : .' ._ : : .':
Deputy Clerk
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r'. ODaimsui11t. iun OF rt Kennedysohnsonians

Y By WALTER LIPPMANN predecessor, Mr. Truman; restoration of the Kennedy All the rest of It, such as the

.4. JOHN B.' KAXKISON, l'rHYaI sw Washington Is having a we know how he felt about power. They are the Democratic transition from a Corinthianto
P.kIUk ri FAT COWIJES Tfc Prod fairly mild case of the unease his successor, Mr. Kennedy, politicians who wouldrun a Dorian style, is only In
6i dealt ED JOHNSON, TSc :FrMUsstM which invariably accompanies and we know how. he felt Robert Kennedy for the teresting.The .
Florida's Beautiful M EBEKSOLE.. Ex* .!tlT.TIM Etltori Tr.M W.... O....amp a change at the about 'his own Vice Presi- Presidency via the Vice Pres- unease will not we
1 vtrtUlaf DlrttUrt BOB TABTAG- By RALPH McGILL top. The best remedy for it dent, Mr. Nixon. idency. And there are, of believe, become decisive. It
I ... University. City TlUa pnaU'a u1 CMr'LIONS. PaUUr, rrt_ irtMlaf PBblilbtrOf is to recognize it for what it The phenomenon is so com- course, the Republican op- goes without saying that Pres-
... II...,*'. tie Aaa=ta. (Ga.) c.a.U&aU- is, as a normal human ex- mon that a public man oughtto ponents who see, as Mr. Nix- ident Johnson needs the sup-
perience which only time can be ashamed of himself not on has already made mani- port of the Kennedys and of
'FallOut'In, cure entirely.For to recognize it in himself. fest, that if only a fight can the especially brilliant men
E : 1. Report the news fully and I impartially In the news columns. no succession can be The obscene and wanton na- be instigated between the Ken- Kennedy recruited. For the
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorl.ls TheHSouth wholly smooth, human nature ture of the assassination in nedy following and the John- Kennedys, on the other hand,

-\ ... 3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. being what it is. Too muchis Dallas was such that the fact sonians, the Republicans will it is evident that they havea
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 at stake-too much has itself and its consequenceswere profit by it. profound interest in the
.. been lost and too much has at first impossible to It would have been betterif public fortunes of Lyndon
I Want Ads-376-4672 been gained. But a succes- accept. the attorney general had Johnson. Were he to be defeated -

letter sion can be kept smooth MULTITUDES, even at disassociated himself at the it will not be said

Ruby Trial Lessons asks, did the Southern states enough if the principals and great distances, felt at first outset and completelyfrom that this was because he was
begin the disfranchisementand the supporting casts, the that this could not be be- any organized attemptto not up to the standard set by

Jim Crow practices mind-readers and the key- cause it should never have unsurp-that is the right John F. Kennedy. It will be
As a result of the Jack Ruby trial, that televising of a trial should not writing them into law? hole peepers, the inside dope- been that so young and bril- word for it-the prerogativeof said, rather, that even Lyn-

IIA ::: the public should have a better be permitted. A publicity minded The answer is-just before sters and the tale-bearers, liant a figure was wiped out the President in office to don Johnson was unable to

understanding of the need for decorum judge should not have the authorityto the turn of the century.In can .be made to remember unexpectedly and in a few say the final word about his heal the divisions in the par

I I .. in the courtroom and also for permit any part of a trial, even 1899 Mr. Kipling had that the molehills, which they minutes. For the inner circles own Vice President. ty and in the country.
I chided the Americans with his would work into mountains, this was even more so. THE MISTAKE has now, it What John F. Kennedy
:: decorum outside the courtroom by just the reading the verdict, to
"The White 11 a n's are normal. Because the crime was un- would appear, been rectified. started will be measured in
i z attorneya involved in a trial. be broadcast. Trials must be open, of poem Burden," imposed as he saw During the administrationof acceptable, grief was insufficient But it was a mistake, and it the cold calculus of history,

I :.. course, but televising them inevitably it, by the acquisition of the William Howard Taft they if it was not inconsol- is the reason why the inevita- not by the intentions, but by
:: If there were errors in the trial detracts from decorum in the Philippines. He bade Ameri- used to say that his prede- able. It was a kind of disloy- ble unease of almost every the outcome. That outcome is

I of the verdict be courtroom. cans take up the burden ,of cessor, Theodore Roosevelt, alty to say that the king is succession has threatened to now the business of the John-
: over
: can
t the "new-caught sullen peoples woke up every morning, grit- dead, long live the king, and become inflamed and angry. son administration.
; turned by the appeals court and a ', half devil and half ted his teeth and clenchedhis to go on as if the unspeakable -
:: new trial ordered. The appeals court Another lesson to be learned is child." The U. S. Congressional fist, crying out that once had not happened.

r : will decide whether the judge erred that there is the need to impose Hawaiian Commiss ion, again that man Taft had There is no doubt that the ON THE RIGHT =
: in not granting a change of venue, more restraint on the conduct of at- meanwhile, had recommended slept in his bed. Johnsonians, beginning with

: in refusing to disqualify jurors who torneys during and after a trial. The ownership of property and literacy IN ROYAL families, the the President himself, have
!\, qualifica- life of the crown prince is understood this warmly, and +
tests voting
case should be tried in the court- as It's the Talk
: had seen Ruby kill Lee Harvey Os-
; tions in the new territory. .likely to be a hard one. For so far as I know there has
I : wald on television, in permitting policemen room, not in the halls of the court- Senator John Morgan of Ala- he is a walking reminder of been no instance of the new

I : to testify about statements room or outside the courthouse. The bama, chairman of the com- the king's coming death. We courtiers crowding the old

; : Ruby made at a time when he same rules of conduct and ethics mission, said the commissionhad have only to read how Queen ones. The terrible blow fell Of LondonBy
Victoria treated her son Ed- directly on the Kennedy cir-
: hadn't been warned that they might that apply to an unknown attorney acted for "One assort-
ment of inferior races." To ward VII, and George V, his cle. They must now have be-
should apply to Melvin M. Belli the
: be used against him and in permit-
senator son Edward VIII. come aware that the legendof
reject the tests, the WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY
: ting another judge to sit in'on the colorful former chief defense counselin said "would be to turn the As Theodore Roosevelt was John F. Kennedy, of which

: bench for one day when two jurors the Ruby: case. legislature over to the masses jealous of William Howard they are the custodians, is a LONDON The movie, ministered her nuclear resources -

: were chosen. ," and to "deprive the more Taft, so Franklin Roosevelt great temptation to designingmen. "Dr. Strangelove," is the talk with a profound sense

...... Belli could be expected to denounce conservative elements and jealously avoided sharing his of many Londoners, who of balance and responsibility.For .
owners effect i v e secrets with his Vice Presi- There are already visible though they know, most of which sentiments this
3 : The lack of decorum in the court- verdict, and there would (sic) representative." dents. We know how General those who are speculating for them, that it is sick humor, American bows deeply to Mr.

":: room after the verdict was announced seem to be no impropriety in doing NORTHERN sentiment -in Eisenhower felt about his their own advancement on the relish it all the same. I have Worsthorne, if a little ner-
this. Whether it was within the not seen the movie, but intendto vously, considering that if the
::_ likely to be a reversible the Congress and business
bounds of propriety for him to call and cone ede beforehandthat resources had been mine to
Televising of the trial wasn't areas which favored voting BELOW OLYMPUS
error. ,
By of it intensely deploy he have
I the verdict parts are might writ-
a victory for bigotry is for,the
i permitted until after the jury had qualifications new pos- amusing. Humor is a profes- ten a little less serenly than
reached its verdict and so it could more. questionable. But it was not sessions, was thus preventedfrom -T sional talent, whose only taboos he has.

not have influenced the jury. In any proper or fair comment for Belli to less rush being of critical the Southern of the ruth- 11 IL- are the listener's ulti- MANY BRITISH have a

talk in impassioned tone about ___ mate sanctuaries. There are
an a
event, televising a trial is not illegal states totally to disfranchisethe .. Thing about the Bomb, andI
r not of these left, and I
"kangaroo railroad" verdict to many
in Texas. or Negro. ; have doubt the ( speak primarily of the intellectuals
call the prosecutor a hog-caller or to Senator John L. McLaurinof 1F irJS d ) a sort of limp in-
Kubrick could do
ptulxuurzt Mr. a very
blame the verdict the of South Carolina was so t: ability to understand
on city as
N IIIRgIr film the battle of
The comments by the attorneysfor w w funny on
Dallas.It pleased by a speech delivered Churchill, for instance, did
of Anne
Verdun, or the Diary
the state and for ?
Ruby outside Massachusetts states- what
by a so keenly a godsendit
Frank Gore Vidal recently
the courtroom also Sen. F. Hoar ? has been under
presumably pro- man, George the present
is well that Walter C. Craig of I It wrote a play about the fall of
vide no basis for overturning the defending the new "imperialism" the Roman Empire and howl- circumstances. That is why
Phoenix, Ariz., the president of the of acquiring the new island the Pentagon is the butt of
jury verdict. The jury was not aware ed over it, as did quite a few
of these American Bar Association, has pub that he rose to thank ./ '- members of the audience.The all those fancy jokes, insteadof
comments until after it had ,
licly criticized Belli and referred his colleague from the Bay the ridiculous Bert rand
completed its duty. But it is to be State for his "complete 'announcement I Iry theme of "Strange- Russell and his hysterical uni
complaints about his conduct to the 1
hoped that the court and legal profession of ,the divine ti love" is of course not at all lateralists. There have beenno
4 in Texas willtakeractiosntoprevent ,Association's grievance ,commit- right of the Caucasian to gov- I funny, and London audiences movies about them: though
the- tee. Craig said Belli had flagrantly ern the inferior races." C have been lectured on the their antics, thanks largely to I
repetition of circus-like disregarded the' code of professionalethics IN THE SOUTH there was 1\ matter very seriously by the the perception of a single Eng- f

atmosphere which surrounded the of the Bar Association by not opposition from some Populist estimable Mr. Peregrine lishman, have not gone wholly
groups. Many individ- Worsthorne of the Sunday unnoticed. Mr. Constantine
trial of Ruby.
113 maintaining a respectable attitude toward
uals spoke out against it. Telegraph. He reminded his Fitzgibbon a couple of years
the court and is a discredit to John Spencer Bassett, histor- 1 readers that America's devel- ago wrote a grim and funny

One lesson that can be learned is his profession. ian of North Carolina, said opment and maintenance of novel called "When the Kiss-

of his state's brazen disfran- nuclear power has proved in- ing Had to Stop"-about what

I.. -.. chisement law: "At best, it is QI7tt.f-l .14E& dispensable to what peace happened to England when the }
I an enameled lie. .one more "I wish I had the enthusiasm of youth for a causeit there is in this unstable world, bomb banners finally took

step in the education of our must be great believing in America that way!" and that America has ad- over: and it was a disconcerting
Voice of the
People people that it is right to lie, sight indeed to see the
to seal and to defy all hones- changing of the Soviet guardat
ty in order to keep a cer- THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTBaler's Buckingham Palace. The

II tain party in power." novel sold an extraordinary
O" The Sun's
Opinion Page-- I Professor Bassett was pro- quarter of a million copies in

phetic. Having assumed the England, and was producedon
Opinions and comments of Sun reader are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters Damaging Debris TV.I .
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot burden of dishonesty cladas
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The virtue, the South, and the '-" '-" had the pleasure of spending .
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or nation, moved from 1900 intoa an evening with Mr. Wors-
intent. < ONrm Vnrk Stmrs Walter Jenkins, thorne and his lovely wife at
decade of violence.
savage hurt. At no time did the hear- Bar of the City of New York
Racial TacticsOf to the events of this week also of the mayor's authority. If Race riots were many. Lynch- By JAMES RESTON ings produce any evidence has made the most serious their house in Dorset which

occurred in 1960, but its signi- so, an attempt to inject the ings multiplied in numbers WASHINGTON The Bob- that Johnson used his influ- examination of this problem, once was owned by Thomas
Burns ficance was ignored. Burns racial issue into the and brutality. Southern politicians Hardy. (It is easy to see whyno
Mayor for
race by Baker case is now comingto ence as majority leader in and it rejected out of hand the force earth
still refused to the of whom Ben Tillmanis on except Mrs.
EDITOR, Sun: It just seems provide governor has backfired.As a close but not to an end. the Senate to promote Baker's principle that the legislator Hardy, could drive Mr. Har-
to me that all of Florida would leadership needed to bring the mayor of Jacksonville perhaps the best example, It will be an issue throughoutthe investments, but he was less should be subject to the same dy away from that house to
community to the conference Burns has had thousands of lectured under the banner of for candid about his close rules as the administrator."The .
do well to read this editorial presidential campaign, than visit London.) And he reaffirmed
table talk
to out its Ne-
from the St. Petersburg Times problems. chances to lead that city along Chatauqua, declaring it has raised more questionsthan personal relations with Baker, Congressman's repre- to me what I had
about Jacksonville, a city that Instead, it was the initiative the path of peaceful solutionto gro to be sub-human and it has answered and it and he seems; to have been sentative states lies at the heard the night before from
has kept Its head in the sandon of the Jacksonville area its- racial problems. He shouting, "To hell with the has hurt everybody in the remarkably casual about heart of the matter," the the talented novelist and Jour.

race relations and now Chamber of Commerce that grasped none of them. Constitution if it says we whole cast of characters. where his protege was gettingthe New York bar concluded. "Asa nalist, Mr. Auberon Waugh,

pays the bitter price: finally established such a As police commissioner, cannot lynch or avenge" First, it has damaged the money to buy motels and representative, he is often son of a distinguished father:
a group. It worked for more Burns' abilities have been crimes against womanhood. already stained record of the houses visited by the John- supposed to represent a par- that in England, people don't
The ugly racial violence that than three years, collapsingonly tested by racial violence twicein Edgar G. Murphy, then an Congress. The! more the com- sons. ticular economic group, and care. Or rather, that they
in Mont-
has erupted in Jacksonville a short time ago when the last four years. In both Episcopal minister mittee looked into Baker's AS FOR JENKINS, he made.. in many instances his own don't think. The Bomb is some
apparently was an immediate feelings again began to rise. instances, the response has gomery and one of the re- stock manipulation and influ- no effort to clear up the con- economic self-interest is close- sort of American disease,

reaction to the harsh methodsof Even then, the violence that not measured up to Florida's markable men of his time this ence peddling, the more flict of t e s timony about the ly tied to that groups. which is constantly threatenIng -
Mayor Haydon Bums. But has brought shame to Florida accepted way in race re and region, denounced he appeared to be a symbolof charges that he arranged for "That is precisely why it mankind, and casting its
its real causes, and the hun- might have been avoided. But lations. brutal, inhuman trend, saying the poisonous atmosphereof advertising on the Johnson selected him. It is common to dampening shadow on such
dreds of missed opportunitiesto there was no leadership to fill This isn't how Florida has that racist extremists from undis- the Congress itself. television station in Austin as talk of the Farm Bloc or the important pursuits as the con-

prevent racial strife reach the vacuum. built its generally good "proceeded an theNegro's The very fact that he could a kick-back from an insur- Silver Senators. We would tinuing quest for systematic
much further back into Jack- As. civil rights ,demonstra- record. criminating ballot attack to upon like at- inflate a few thousands dol- ance agent who had written a think odd a fishing state con- welfarism and equality, and
f sonville's past. tions continued, Mayor Burns, The effects of Jacksonville'sstrife schools a his lars into a couple of millionin $100,000 policy on Johnson'slife. gressman who was not mind the possibility of a sublime
: While other Florida cities undoubtedly feeling, pressures will not be confined to tack upon his a comparatively short time In fact ever since he has ful of the interests of the and eternal dialogue betweenC.
for years have moved toward,, upon his candidacy for Floride's that city. Every citizen of labor, his life. .he They said ended "an- without actually breaking the been in the White House, despite fishing industry though he P. Snow and Yevtushenko.IT .
racial justice with harmony, governorship: nt on 'Florldadetermined to protect by preaching, of law merely added to the con- all the claims of an "open may be in he fishing business IS PRESENTLY true

Jacksonville under Mayor television to swear in 496 firemen -, the state from,the fate'of all-absorbing" "absolute autocracy identifi- viction that the whole conflictof door" policy for newsmen, himself, and though his cam that the British people are indifferent
f Burns has progressed littlein as special policemen and Mississippi and Alabama race, an interest problem is more Jenkins has consistently refused paign funds come in part from to foreign policy, except
this respect. Municipal to say that no more civil rights has a large equity in the climate cation of the stronger of race serious than even this suspic- to talk to reporters this source for the vague distastefor
swimming pools and parks demonstrations would be tol- of racial progress and with "the very being the ious and skeptical city had about ,any aspect of his official "Sterile application of an the bomb. National elec.

have been closed. Municipal erated. Again, he did nothingto peace marred this week. New state. realized. duties. abstract rule againt acting in tions loom, and not a single
;golf courses were sold under bring the divided commu- residents, new businesses and IT IS THE fall-out from MOREOVER, there Is no The result is that the hear- situations involvng selfinterest politician in any of the three
giveaway terms to private operators -,, nity together. visitors are repelled by tens- the decisions of this turnofthecentury evidence that the inquiry into ings are coming to a close in would prevent the farmer major political parties finds
to avoid integration, Reaction to period in American financial adventureswill senator from farm
Burns' strong- ions and violence. Florida Baker's a torrent or rumor and suspicion voting on any popular response to Ca-
only to have the courts over- arm tactics was as immediateas must have none of it. history that slowly has lead to important correc- :>> and reviving chargesthat legislation or the Negro con tonic warnings about Commu-
rule the sham. Burns- refusedto itmjght have been expected. By his mishandling of this poisoned and burdened the tive measures. No doubt the the Johnson family is )benefltting gressman from speaking on nist imperialism. There is a
appoint a biracial committee crisis, Mayor Burns has revealed nation and, more particularly, Congress will adopt new rules from a television sta- civil rights bills ." psychological sense in which
as long ago as when such Burns' use of television his whole lack of understanding the South. The burden of forbidding servants of the tion in Texas that operates ACCORDINGLY, the men on the people of Britain are to
groups were urged by Presir raIsed speculation that per- and grasp of the guilt and fear the acceptance Congress from using informa- under the rulings of members Capitol HOI have to be taken be excused, because the mantle -
dent Eisenhower. haps'his program-was.meant true needs of Florida. of a system immoraland tion gained in 'their jobs for of the Federal Communications largely on trust and this, of of power and responsibility -
Violence tragically similar for viewing outside the limits A READER. frightfully expensive in private gain but this will not, Commission who serve course is precisely what has has passed from them, to
human and economic terms, deal with the problem of senators at the pleasure of the President been hurt the most in the their former colony in the
made inevitable lack
a of and representatives who Baker case. New World: and there isn't
POTOMAC FEVERBy first-rate educational oppor- do the same thing. Almost eve ry witness, and much they could do about
tunity for the average South- Second, the Investigating The devilish things about particularly Baker himself, Russia, even if they had a
Fletcher 'Knebel l, Cowles Washington Bureau erner. It doomed most of the committee has been hurt, for the doubts and suspicions that has left a drop of poison in mind to turn their heroic attention
people of the rural South to while it was restricted by the now surround the Congress is the atmosphere. Precisely at to the problem. So
LBJ asks $3.4: billion for :foreign aid. But some congressmen are forming an existence so meager and Senate from inquiring into the that they cannot simply be 'the moment when government they laugh under the snug

Alders Anonymous. They saywe've been trying to taper off for 10, years. unrewarding as to bring on, activities of senators whose removed by new rules and contracts play an increasingly protection of our nuclear um-

Now it's time to quit.Money and yet be unable to sustain, names turned up in the inquiry regulations. The same rules important part in the economy brella, at America's fumbling

-- the Populist revolution. the majority gave the im- that require an administrator of the country, and when attempts to protect ourselves,
doesn't grow on trees, and now Nelson Rockefeller seems'to be'proving The cost of it continues. It pression that they were determined in the executive branch of government contractors pro-. and them; an innocent way,

that neither does presidential timber grow on money. will be paid over and over to end the hearings the government to disclose his vide so much of the money one supposes, to while awayan

for at least a generation without exploring politically investments and to disposeof for political campaigns, the hour or two, except that
The U. S. and Panama are still feuding. There's a rift down there big en- come, and it is perhaps fit- sensitive questions that were these investments that Baker case has damaged not across the frozen steppes the

ough to drive. a battleship through-but, unfortunately, not big enough for a ting that it must be borne within their proper field of in-- might be affected by his decisions only Baker but the confi- barbarian listens to the laughter

_. .carrier. nationally. But the South, inevitably quiry. cannot easily be applied dence of the public in the -and reckons that the day
2** ,' -- ,', --r .... *' .. will continue to pay Third President Johnson to the members of Con- integrity of the legislative cannot be far away when the
.:.2.. What this country needs is a good fifty-five-cent dolla. the heavier share of it and his confidential aide, gress. process. kissing has to stop.

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4 GaifiMvile Sun Thursday, March 26, IYb'tl
l 1 of Reno, Nev., David Williamsof Ru&, Mr. Jenkins, Mrs. Lila

CONSCIENCEOF I Corning, N. Y., Clifford Mae Edwall and Mrs. Willie

COLORED. NEWSB. Goodall of Portland Maine, Mae Perry. Following the pro-

! Norma Bowie of Saco, Maine,, gram, there will be an egg hunt

: 'r Oiaiursuillt 'Sun' Peter d'Errico of Fargo, N.D.,, for the children. The public is

Q k F. Childs, Colored News Editor: and Dr. George Goldat, professor invited. Rev. Cliff ton Simmons,

THESOUTH of. Philosophy at Bates, pastor; Mrs. Willie Mae Perry,

'i. DRIVERS EDUCATION places for doing the job, and who accompanied the group. reporter.Hopewell Baptist- There will
,: Later this semester a groupof
I K JOHN L BABR1SON. President uiFrtlUhcri CONFERENCE the all-important thing of be- FMC students will spend a be an Easter program rendered,'
I : PAT COWLES. Vie PreU- Stability in the home is basicto ing exhibit number one of what Sunday 7:30 pjn.
, :
week Bates return-
,I d dent ED JOHNSON.Editor Vie W. G.Presidentand Bill) keeping the problems of knowledge, attitudes, under the on visitPERSONALS campus, ML Olive Primitive apUst-
Exeemtlfe ing
i -i, Florida's Beautiful .+ A N EBEBSOLE. Tie President and AAI teen-age drivers at a minimum. standings, skills and behaviorsthe Sunday School, 9:30 ajn.; morn-

== WJ ..rt....( DIreeUri BOB TABTAGUONE. By RALPH McGILL This was the concensus of'' teacher is trying to help ing worship, 11 ajn.; and even
I .. University City' Vie President and ClrcnU PmliUer Prise Winning PnblUberOI one of the key speakers during -' the student acquire." ing worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H. Kin-
Miss Hart and Miss
tie ausutaGx.l CMtitltattoaTallOut' Mary
--: ties MtBif the Driver Education Con- Reaction to and discussion ba- sey, pastor.

I,I' 'a. THE SUN'S POLICY ference held last week at Flor- sed on Dr. Comb's address was Carrie Simmons, both of Talla- ARCHER Church of Godin
' :: hassee, spending the Eas-
I ida A&M University under the< led by Julius Harper of Lincoln are Christ Sunday School, 9:30
:: s 1. Report the news fully and im" artiallil! I in the news columns. sponsorship of the State De- High School, Gainesville. ter holidays here with Miss a.m.; morning worship, 11:30

1 2. Express the opinions ot the Sun in-but only in-editorials : In The partment of Education, Thomas -' Capt. Roger Collar and Capt. Simmons' relatives. a.m. Young People's Willing
I 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ,' Mrs. Sarah Hall and son, Workers' Meeting, 6:30 ;
, .. .. D. Bailey, superintendent."The C. C. Reynolds of the Depart- p.m.
I The Sun's telephones: All Depertments-372.8441 -. attitudes of the teen- ment of Public Safety led the Joe, of Miami, were flown here and evening worship, 8:30: pan.

I' : ... Went Ads-376-4672 '.> SouthHow Capt. Roger Collar and Capt. discussion session on "The New yesterday as guests of friends Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth
the Easter .
,j, 4 ing, are determined by his basic Chapter 317." Discussion of during holidays.Mrs. Jenkins, reporter.Mt. .
I I and when, a letter Estelle H. Jones flew Pleasant Methodist-Choir
I'ti r e emotional security patterns the topic, "Physical Screening
; Ruby i'ria Lessons asks, did the Southern states as set in early childhood and' Examinations for Driver Edu- yesterday to New York, on a NTo. 1 will have its rehearsal today
begin the disfranchisementand two-week visit with her daughter 7:30 J. C. Rawls, pres-
., pjn.
, :; modified by, later experience cation, was led by Zollie May-
J I : As a result of the Jack Ruby trial, that televising of a trial should not Jim Crow practices Sylvester L. Beasley, FAMU nard of the State Departmentof Mrs. Helen Lambert, and ident; Richard Parker, organist.
2 writing them into law? other relatives. The joint Easter,Sunrise Service
" the public should have a better be permitted. A publicity minded The answer is-just before instructor in automotive tech- Education.Dr. Mrs. Mary Dooling returned with the Ministerial Alliance,
and associate professorin Combs and Prof. Beas-
I j a-J understanding of the need for decorum judge should not have the authorityto the turn of the century.In nology to Gainesville yesterday from and the Masonic Lodge will beheld
driver and safety education, ley led discussions on the topics
j 3: in the courtroom and also for permit any part of a trial, even 1899 Mr. Kipling had stated. "Identification of Current Philadelphia, where she was at the church on Easter

f IJ decorum outside the courtroom by just the reading of the verdict, to chided the Americans with his He pointed out that also bas- Problems, in Driver Educa- called because of business.Mr. Sunday, 5:30 a.m. The pastoris
poem, "The White Man'sBurden and Mrs. Alfonso Ed- asking the members of
,, attorneys involved in a 'trial. be broadcast. Trials must be open, of ic to the teen-ager's emotional tion" and "Solving Current for this
tI imposed, as he saw wards and daughter. Carolyn, choirs to please serve
course, but televising them inevitably it the of 'the security are: "the attitudes of Problems. service. Rev. W. M. Ferguson -
.. by acquisition all of East Orange, N.J., arriv- early:
decorum in the his parents and their friends, A panel discussion, "Improving -
detracts from He bade Ameri- .
2 If there were errors in the trial Philippines. ed here yesterday as guestsof pastor.WILLISTON
the attitudes of his Instruction in Driver Edu-
take the burden of peer group New Hope
be courtroom. cans up Edwards' relatives fora -
% of Ruby, the verdict can overturned >
and the behavior it of cation conducted
the "new-caught sullen peo- expects was by baptist There will be an
t: by the appeals court and a ples, half devil and half him, his self-concept as a re- three persons. These were: fortnight. of aear- Easter egg hunt Saturday, 2
Another lesson to be learned is Miss Sallie James,
2: new trial ordered. The appeals court child." The U. S. Congressional sponsible member of the com- Thomas Samuels, Leesb u r g, Gaines- un. The Easter program will

: will decide whether the judge erredin that there is the need to impose Hawaiian Commission, munity or as a person who is "The Traditional Course; L. water ville passed through en route to visit be rendered Sunday, 7 pjn. The
not granting a change of venue, more restraint on the conduct of at- meanwhile, had recommended not respected by either the W. Parsons, Jacksonville, "Sim- with her aunt, Mrs. Minnie public is invited. Rev. J. H.
and after trial. The of and lit- or adult groups and his ulation in Driver Education," Phillips Mrs. Bessie
:: in refusing to disqualify jurors who torneys during a ownership property peer Young, and other relatives at pastor;
1 t 2 Os- case should be tried in the court- eracy tests as voting qualifications self understanding, why he and Frank Turner, Dade Coun- Jacksonville.Mr. Mae Wesley, reporter.
,j had seen Ruby kill Lee Harvey in the new territory.' feels and behaves the way he ty, "Multiple Car Driving
room, not in the halls of the court- and Mrs. Robert Jones
1't ii: wald on television, in permitting pop Senator John Morgan of Ala- does and why other persons re- Ranges."
outside the courthouse. The and Jim, all of Atlanta, SLATES MEETINGThe
p'i i 2 licemen to testify about statements room or bama, chairman of the com- act to him as they do. Members of the conference
Ruby made at a time when hehadn't same rules of conduct and ethics mission, said the commissionhad "Teen agers have special evaluation committee were: Ga., whose visit here and Jacksonville Pallbearers' Lodge No.
t for the past two 5-1, pride of Gainesville, will
I that apply to an unknown attorney acted for "One assort- strengths and weaknesses in Dean M. S. Thomas, chair- '
been warned that they mighty has been pleasant, left yesterday meet today at 8 pjn. at the regular -
II Belli ment of inferior races. To of Prof. Dr. M. 0. Alston Dr.
should apply to Melvin M. the their operation a car, man; ;
used him and in home. place.
be against permitting for their meeting
2 the senator
the tests
reject said. "Their L. Dr. 0.
Beasley strengthsare L. Boykins;
colorful former chief defense counselin
sit the Miss Agnes Hart and Miss During this meeting, the dues
if ,, another judge to inon, said, "would be to turn the in their physical charac- A. Moore; and M. S. Estaras.
the.Ruby case. Carrie Warren both of Ft. Lauderdale and endowments are to be paid.
t? S bench for one day when two jurors legislature over to the masses teristics and their weaknessesare MAINE STUDENTS VISIT

.I, :: were chosen. ," and to "deprive the more in knowledge and atti- From Maine to Florida camea arrived yesterday to

1 *m Belli could be expected, to denounce conservative elements and tudes." half dozen students of Bates spend the Easter holidays with HEALING SERVICES BEGIN

!. the verdict, and there would property owners effect i v e The role of the educator in College, to spend a week on the Miss Hart's relatives here. Healing services have begunat
lack of in the courtroom "
The decorum
I m (sic) representative. the East Side Church of God
} seem to ,be no impropriety in doing driver education was under- campus of Florida Memorial
If w after the verdict was announc- NORTHERN sentiment in ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. in Christ with Elder J. C. Carter -
( this. Whether it was within the scored by Dr. W. E. Combs, College in St. Augustine, un-
I' .- ed isn't likely to be a reversible the Congress and business specialist in.secondary educa- der'the auspices of the College Carmel Baptist All children pastor, each day at 8 p.m.

I error. Televising of the trial wasn't bounds of propriety for him to call areas, which favored voting tion, Division of Educational 1 Exchange Program of the Am- of the church are asked to The public is invited.TO .

It permitted until after the jury had the verdict a victory for bigotry is qualifications for the new possessions Services, State Department of erican Baptist Convention. meet at the church on Friday at

I reached its verdict and so it could more questionable. But it was not was thus preventedfrom Education. Dr. Combs, who de- Bates, which recently cele- 1 pjn. for rehearsal. Miss Williams SPONOR EGG HUNT

proper or fair comment for Belli to being critical of the ruth- livered an address on "DriverEducation's brated its centennial, was chairman; Mrs. Affie The Juvenile Lodge No. 113
not have influenced the jury. In any less rush of the Southern co-chairman Mrs. Esther I
: ;
Wright, <
talk in an impassioned tone about a Potential Contribu- founded by Freewill Baptistsat will sponsor its Easter egg hunton
event televising trial is not illegal states' totally to disfranchisethe .
Hamm, reporter.Mt.
"kangaroo railroad" verdict or to tions to General Objectives of Lewiston, Maine. The first On Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
'j in Texas. Negro. Nebo Methodist -
New England college by accepting -
Schools stated the home
: : at of Mrs. Amanda
call the prosecutor a hog-caller or to Senator John L. McLaurinof Sunday, March 29, the pastor,
its liv-
"The purpose of education In female students, Scott, at Arredonda.
blame the verdict on the city of South Carolina was so Rev. G. S. Cameron, and also
The comments by the attorneys delivered the American democracy-(1) ing alumni now number nearly Each person may Invite a
pleased by a speech members will conduct a joint
for the state and for Ruby outside Dallas. by a Massachusetts states- self-realization, ((2)) human re- 7,000. service with Church School, 10 guest and bring two eggs. For
civic During their week in St. Au- further information call FR 2-
lations, ((3)) responsibility
( the courtroom also presumably man, Sen. George F. Hoar, a.m. morning worship, 11:45
J pro It is well that Walter C. Craig of the (4) economic efficiency, and gustine, the Bates students ;
defending new "imperialism" and there will be an Easter 8456.Cars
vide basis for overturning the un.;
I. no Phoenix, Ariz., the president of the of acquiring the new island ((5 the imperative needs of shared dormitory rooms with rendered, 3 p.m. will leave from the homeof

jury verdict. The jury was not aware American, Bar. Association, has pub- that he rose to thank youth all related directly to. FMC host students, attended .The program public is invited. Rev. G. S. ) Mrs. 0. M. Pyles, of 614 SW

:Ic of these comments until after it had licly criticized Belli and referred his colleague from the Bay the; objectives established in our classes, and in all other respects Cameron, pastor; Eugene Clark, 3rd! St., at 2:30 p.m.

completed its duty. But it is to ,be State for his "complete an- driver education program. participated in the regular reporter.Mt. During the egg hunt, refreshments -
complaints about;.his conduct to the nouncement of the .divine "The extent to which driver routine of the college. There will be served.
1 \ hoped that the court and legal profession Moriah Baptist -
in Texas will take action to Bar Association's grievance commit- right of the Caucasian to govern education makes its contribu- The visitors were taken on will be an Easter program rendered i

t, .. -- ircui5ike ... Jtee Cralg/'said; ; Belli had flagrantly the inferior,races." tion to the attainment of the a tour of the Ancient City, and Sunday, 4:30 p.m. The I GREATER BETHEL

,! d:! prevent repetition oftn ftf ywL- ;..,:. .aisr g aided! the code of professionalethics IN THE SOUTH there was general objectives of general shown its points of historic in- public is invited. Rev. L. A. Till- AME CHURCH

I i': atmosphere which surroundedthe of the Bar Association by not opposition from some Populist education depends on the ex- terest. The interracial student man, pastor; Mrs. J. Gainey, Parents of children of the

J t trial of Ruby. maintaining a respectable attitude toward groups. Many individ- tent to which the teacher has group, virtually the first of its reporter. Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church
uals spoke out against it. acquired a functional knowl- kind in these parts, itself prov- LAKE BUTLER Hopewell are asked to have their children

the court and is a discredit to John Spencer Bassett, histor- edge of the objectives of educa- ed to be a "point of interest"to A.M.E. Sunday School, 10 attend Easter rehearsal today

One lesson that can be learned is his profession. ian of North Carolina, said tion, how this knowledge relatesto the townpeople.The a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 and Saturday at 5 p.m.

I. of his state's brazen disfranchisement the objectives of driver edu- Bates contingent consisted a.m.; and there will be a program -

;1 !!I''t law! "At- best'more it is i cation, the type of approachesand of Janet McEachern, of Ann at 3 p.m. sponsored by WILL SPONSOR DOOR RALLY

an enameled lie. .one I activities built into detail Arbor, Mich., Bonnie Messinger the program committee t Mrs. I The Floral Court Lodge No.

1,1; Voice of the People step people in that the education it is right of to our lie, Saurday 113 will, sponsor April 4, a at door 8 p.m.rally at

and all honesty
to seal to defy -
THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTBafeer's the home of the president, Mrs.
I. in order to keep" a cer- Ona M. Pyles; of 614 SW 3rd
tain in -
On The Sun's Opinion party power. St.The
= Pages Professor Bassett was
i pro- members are asked to
t phetic. Having assumed the Debris pay 10 cents for each door in
'It Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters burden of dishonesty cladas Damaging their homes.
14 must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The virtue, the South, and the -

I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or nation, moved from 1900 intoa Nrm U irk mtuus Walter Jenkins, have been THE ASSOCIATION of the PLANS REGULAR

I intent. decade of savage violence. hurt. At no time did the hear- Bar of the City of New York BUSINESS MEETINGThe
Racial Tactics to the events of this week also of the mayor's authority. If Race riots were many. Lynch- ings produce any evidence has made the most serious Juvenile Lodge No. 113

) ; occurred in 1960,.but its signi- so, an attempt to inject the ings multiplied in numbersand -The Bobby that Johnson used his influ- examination of this problem, will hold its regular business

t Of Mayor Burns ficance was ignored. Burns racial issue into the race for brutality. Southern polit- Baker case is now comingto ence as majority leader in and it rejected out of hand the meeting Saturday at 3:30 pjn.

:; still refused to provide the governor has backfired.As icians,. of whom Ben Tillman a close but not to an end. the Senate to promote Baker's principle that the legislator at the home of Mrs. 0. M. Py

t EDITOR, Sun: It just seems leadership needed to bring the mayor of Jacksonville is perhaps the best example, It will be an issue throughoutthe investments, but he was less should be subject to the same les of 614 SW 3rd St.
i that all of Florida would
J to me community to the conference Burns has had thousands of lectured under the banner of presidential campaign, for than candid about his- close rules as the administrator."The During this meeting, the dues
read this editorial
do from well the to St. Times table to talk out its problems. chances to lead that city along Chatauqua, declaring the Ne- it has raised more questionsthan personal relations with Baker, Congressman's repre-I and Grand Union fee are to be
'j Instead, it was the initiativeof the path of peaceful solutionto gro to be sub-human and it has answered and it and he seems to have been sentative states lies at the paid in full.
about Jacksonville, a city that
the Jacksonville area its racial problems. He shouting, "To hell with the has hurt everybody in the remarkably casual about heart of the matter," the -
its head in the
has kept
t Chamber of Commerce that grasped none of them. Constitution if it says we whole cast of characters. where his protege was gettingthe New York bar concluded. "As AILINGAT HOME
relations and
: j I on race the bitter price: now finally established such a As police commissioner, cannot lynch or avenge'* First, it has damaged the money to buy motels and a representative, he is often Mrs. Annie Eady is ailing at

I n pays group. It worked for more Burns' abilities have been crimes against womanhood. already stained record of the houses visited by the John- supposed to represent a par- her home. Mrs. Agnes Gordon,

1, "', The ugly racial violence that than three years, collapsingonly tested by racial violence twicein Edgar G. Murphy, then an; Congress. The more the com- sons. ticular economic group, and reporter.

I has erupted in Jacksonville a''short time ago when the last four years. In both Episcopal minister in Mont mittee looked into Baker's AS FOR JENKINS, he made. in many instances his own -
gomery and one of the remarkable stock and influ- economic self-interest is close- NOTICE
to rise.
apparently was an immediate feelings again began instances, the response has manipulation no effort to clear up the con-
,reaction to the harsh methods Even then, the violence that not measured up to Florida's men of his time ence peddling, the more flict of t e s timony about the ly tied to that groups. The Fifth Division Union of
\ has shame to Florida and region denounced this he to be symbolof "That is it the Jerusalem
of Mayor Haydon Burns. But brought accepted way in race re appeared a charges that he arranged for precisely why Baptist Association -
its real causes, and the hundreds might have been avoided. But lations. brutal, inhuman trend, saying the poisonous atmosphereof advertising on the Johnson selected him. It is common to with Rev. T. D. Davis, moderator -

III I. of missed opportunities there was no leadership to fill This isn't how Florida has that racist extremists had the Congress itself. television station in Austin as talk of the Farm Bloc or the will convene at the Mt.
t the vacuum. "proceeded from an undis- The very fact that he could a kick-back from an insurance Silver Senators. We would Nebo Baptist Church with Rev.
to prevent racial strife, reach built its generally good
much further back into Jack As civil rights demonstra- record. criminating attack upon theNegro's inflate a few thousands dol- agent who had written a think odd a fishing state congresSman Richard Harrison, pastor, on

,, sonville's past. tions continued, Mayor Burns, The effects of Jacksonville'sstrife ballot to a like at- lars into a couple of millionin $100,000 policy on Johnson'slife. who was not mind- Friday, March 27, at Starke.

'I' While other Florida cities undoubtedly feeling pressures will not be confined to tack: upon his schools" his a comparatively short time In fact, ever since he has ful of the interests of the Mrs. Agnes Gordon, reporter.TO .
for years have moved toward upon his candidacy for Flo that city. Every citizen of labor, his They without actually breaking the been in the White House, de- fishing industry though he
he said
racial justice with harmony, rida's governorship, went on Florida determined to protect ed by preaching, "an of law merely added to the con- spite all the claims of an "open may be in he fishing business HOLD FINAL MEETINGThe

t Jacksonville under Mayor television to swear in 496 fire- the state from the fate of all-absorbing" autocracy viction that the whole conflictof door'' policy for newsmen, himself, and though his cam- Floral Court Lodge No.

f Burns has progressed little men as special policemen and Mississippi and Alabama race, an "absolute identifi- interest problem is more Jenkins has consistently refused paign funds come in part from 113 will hold its final regular

Jn this respect. Municipal to say that no more civil rights has a large equity in the cli- cation of the stronger race serious than even this suspicious to talk to reporters this source business meeting on Monday

lift t swimming pools and parks demonstrations would be tol- mate of racial progress and with "the very being of the and skeptical city had about any aspect of his official "Sterile application of an April 6, at 8 p.m. at the home of
: have been closed. Municipal erated. Again, he did nothingto peace marred this week. New state. realized. duties. abstract rule againt acting in Mrs. C. W. Wright on Ocala

,rt .golf courses were sold! under bring the divided .commu- residents, new businesses and IT IS THE fall-out from MOREOVER, there is no The result is that the hear situations involvng selfinterest Road.
nity together. the decisions of this turn-of- evidence that the inquiry into would prevent the farmer During this meeting the dues
I giveaway terms to private operators visitors are repelled by tens- ings are coming to a close in ,
r \ to avoid integration, Reaction to Burns' strong- ions and violence. Florida the-century period in American Baker's financial adventures a torrent or rumor and suspi- senator from voting on farm fines, taxes and Grand Union
history that slowly has will lead to important corrective legislation or the Negro con- fee are to be paid in fulL Mrs.
only to have.. the courts overrule arm tactics was as immediateas must have none of it. cion, and reviving chargesthat
I 1 r the sham. Burns refusedto it might have been expect- By his mishandling of this poisoned and burdened the measures. No doubt the the Johnson family is ben- gressman from speaking on 0. M. Pyles, president; Mrs.

appoint a biracial committee crisis, Mayor Burns has revealed nation and, more particularly, Congress will adopt new rules efitting from a television sta- civil rights bills ." P. L. Scott, reporter.
when such ed.Burns' the South. The burden of forbidding s e r v ants of the ACCORDINGLY, the men on
as long ago as use of television his whole lack of un- tion in Texas that operates
guilt and fear, the acceptance Congress from using informa- Capitol Hill have to be taken SPECIAL NOTICE
groups were urged by Presi- raised speculation that per- derstanding and grasp of the under the rulings of membersof
dent Eisenhower. haps his program was .meant true needs of Florida.A of a system immoraland tion gained in their jobs for the Federal Communications largely on trust,. and this, of There will be a cleaning day I I;

Violence tragically similar for viewing outside the limits READERPOTOMAC frightfully expensive in private gain, but this will not Commission who serve course, is precisely what has I at the St. Paul Cemetery on :

( human and economic terms, deal with the problem of sen- at the pleasure of the President been hurt the most in the Saturday March 28.
made inevitable a lack of ators and representatives who Baker case. I Persons are asked to bring .

first-rate educational opportunity do the same thing. Almost eve ry witness, and hoes, rakes, axes, shovels and
: - FEVER for the average South- Second the investigating The devilish things about particularly Baker himself, helpers. -

4 By Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau erner. It doomed most of the committee has been hurt, for the doubts and suspicions that has left a drop of poison in The persons from the following -
: people of the rural South to while it was restricted by the now surround the Congress is the atmosphere. Precisely at communities are asked to be

i LBJ asks $3.4 billion for foreign aid. But some congressmen are forming an existence so meager and Senate from inquiring into the that they c a n n ot simply be the moment when government present: Rochelle, Grove Park,

d Alders Anonymous. They say we've been trying .to taper off for 10 years. unrewarding as to bring on, activities of senators whose removed by new rules and contracts play an increasingly Hawthorne, Fairbanks and

i Now it's time to quit. and yet be unable to sustain, names turned up in the inquiry regulations. The same rules important part in the economy Gainesville. Sam Johnson, chair-

-- the Populist revolution.The the majority gave the im- that require an administrator of the country, and when man.

Money doesn't grow on trees, and'.nowNelson Rockefeller:seems to be prov- cost of it continues. It pression that they were de- in the executive branch of government contractors provide

ing that neither does presidential tii b r grow on money.n ". will be paid over and over termined to end the hearings the government to disclose his so much of the money NOTICE
-- .. for at least a generation to without exploring politically investments and to disposeof for political campaigns, the University City Temple No.

The U. S. and Panama are still feuding. There's a rift down there big enough come, and it is perhaps fit- sensitive questions that were these investments that Baker case has damaged not 900, Daughters of Elks, will

:t to drive a battleship through-bu t, unfortunately, not big enough for a ting that it must be borne within their proper field of in- might be affected by his de- only Baker but the confidence sponsor a popularity contest on

rcs4rrier.. .. -____ '. ." __ _nationally. But the South, inevitably quiry. cisions cannot easily be ap- of the public in the March 30 at the Mason Hall at 8pm.
-... ... -. -- will continue to pay Third President Johnson plied to the members of Con- integrity of the legislative > .

-5 What. this country 'need ii a.good"flft>:-five-cent dollar. the heavier share of it. and his confidential aide, gress. process. The public is invited.
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Thursday, March 26, 1964 Gainesville Sun SWARNING

Rights Bill Out Of Deadlock. Here RangerIJal ForPancake r I I

I 1' I' Senate Votes Analpis: Accommodation Bill Need New York television DayJacksonville per-:,

What The sonality "Ranger Hal" will be :

To Consider Nc..a TimesExclusive on hand at the annual Aunt Je ,

II House Bill 31eaus Seen In Jax Racial Strife mima at the Community Boys' Club April Pancake 4.- Day I!I Don't 'pay" unauthorized collectors for

: ,
Pancake Day is an annual your Gainesville Sun delivery.
fund raising project of Boys'!
'I WASHINGTON AP) The N rm dark mbnr factor in the racial situation one of a southern chain of the South than the difficultyof Club made possible through vol'

'. Senate, breaking deadlock By ANTHONY LEWIS there has been an inabilityto cafeteries, Morrison's. The getting unanimity among unteer workers. Local businessmen ;;
lasting since March 9, voted today WASHINGTON -The get the broad agreementof agreement collapsed, and business men in easing discrimination cook and serve pancakes,: All authorized ,newsboys are providedwith 1
to take for formal con- there were disturbances inSavannah's But a keen observer -
up all from 7 a.m.. to 8 !
ial outbreak in Jacksonville is business men needed to in Jacksonville day p m. route cards containing the subscriber's -
sideration the House-passed civil : streets.In remarked >
.J' rights bill.Southerners. s (.Ie.ral' -':" officials as athe go ahead with voluntarysteps Jacksonville Chamberof yesterday that this "Ranger Hal" will be at the!
,; "; a
I dramatic of toward desegregation.This : name.
Club at 2
Commerce committee had was "one difficulty that beginning p.m. to sign
who have used need for the public accommodations very problem is seen as worked for for a peace- would be removed"by the ci- autographs and talk, with the i V
the motion to take up as the! title of the pending a major argument for a pub- ful voluntary years end of segrega- vil rights' bill." young people attending the fes'

basis for lengthy speeches bit-I civil rights bill. lic accommodations statute. tion in public facilities. The tivities. He will also sing with j Subscribers should insist on a receipt and
terly attacking the bill itself, Experience in a number of Title 2 of the legislation, the Boys' Club Choir at a special t
Their belief is that tensionsover included the city's top ;
''I finally let the vote come on the racial barriers in res- southern communities has business group and profess i o nal as it passed the House, covers performance at 6 pjn.While .- !! they should insist that the carrier initialsout
shown that even when many hotels, motels restaur- I
It 17th of the debate.
day taurants and other facilities leaders and it worked with
concerns are ready to try ants, cafeterias, lunch count- the pancake meal is t the date of payment on that receipt.DON'T -
I The motion. made by Democratic open to the public can be effectively serving Negroes, a few hold- counterpart committee of ne ers, movie theaters and other going on inside the Boys' Club,!
I Leader Mike Mansfield resolved only by a outs among their competitors groes. places of entertainm e n t. parent volunteers and the Boys' :
of Montaa, passed overwhelmingly uniform rule on the right to may scare them off. But again there were res- These are the facilities where Club staff will sponsor a carnival -i t
I as expected.The service-a rule binding on all taurant-owners who would segregation means daily in- for the children outside.!
the citizens and all the affected ,Something like this is saidto not take any steps toward de PAY UNAUTHORIZED S
Senate met today at 9 dignity to the negro. Game booths, popcorn and drink i
businesses in have in Savan- Some saidto
I any city. happened segregation. are ,
am., three hours ahead of its stands will be set up on theBoys'
. They think that only Con; nah last summer. The Cham- have warned that they To federal officials, the experience -
usual time and the roll call Club lawn.
gress can supply such a clear ber of Commerce came out would do their best to embar- in Jacksonville reinforces COLLECTORS!
came without any further and universal standard, and for desegregation of restaur- rass any competitors who the belief that even Over 50 prizes will be awardedat

speechmaking.This without it they foresee grow- ants, and many restaurant op- did admit negroes. Again one with conservative leadership the Pancake Day program. :
first vote cleared the ing turmoil in the Deep erators agreed to the move. of the holdouts was a Morris- it is most difficult to bring Entertainment will be providedby i
way for a motion by Sen. South. But some resisted and even on's Cafeteria about desegregation voluntarily Boys' Club musical''director,I
I Wayne Morse, D-Ore., to send Reports from Jacksonville resigned from the Chamberof Of course there is much in a city with a d e e ply Roy Wolfe at the organ. !:; IF IN DOUBT CALL THE CIRCULATION I
l the bill to the Senate Judiciary indicate that one troublesome Commerce, among them more to the racial problem of segregationist tradition. i I
I Committee headed by Sen. -- -- --- ---- Tickets are $1 for adults and'; DEPARTMENT BEFORE MAKING YOUR I

t James 0, Eastland, D-Miss., SEGREGATION B ARS CAREER 50 cents for children. The admis-
sion price includes all the '
F for 10 days of hearings and pan-j
THANK YOU. 3728441.
study cakes you can eat. J, tainesuille

Democratic leaders plannedto Bob Hancock is chairman for:

tabling try to motion kill this lated move today with but a Ex-Athlete Leads Jax Rights DriveBy the event. ,': I

expected the outcome to be -
close. JOE MCGOWAN JR. ident of both the Florida and hair and moustache earned hirr:I right to work, to live and move !
I However, Sen. Huber H. JACKSONVILLE (AP) A I Jacksonville chapters of the National the nickname "Red," has directed about, and to participate in the CSmntsuttte Sun (! mt 1

Humphrey, D- Iinn., floor man- raw-boned young Negro whose Association for the Advancement recent picketing of res. things God placed on this earth. 1t
ager for the bill, predicted that lifetime ambition to play profes-I of Colored People. taurants and hotels. "We have proceeded in a nonviolent MO\ MERCHANDISE

the tabling motion would win sional baseball was,thwarted by I "I always wanted to play "We have used all lawful anc I manner. We are simply t

I I and that the Senate could begin segregation is leading his peo-I ball and I worked hard base-l legal means to lift racial bar,- trying to change the hearts of ffirI I

:' its debate on the bill itself Mon- ple's Jacksonville.He drive .for equal rights in I Pearson.said.in an : : I riers, to earn our people th men," he said.
: day after a three-day Easter I played in school here in Jacksonville -
( recess. is Rutledge Henry Pear-I and then at Huston-Til-

lotson in Austin, Tex. I played
first base." !

II.! degree After, Pearson in sociology got,a he bachelor played'' SEARS .

semipro baseball and said he finally .
attracted the attention of Interior i

If. JOHN BRINSON OSCAR CORDONPENSACOLAOscar Globetrotters."I Abe Saperstein. of the Harlem

started the season with the
(I us Brinson, 43, of Rt. 1, Lake Cordon who lived in Gainesville 'trotters baseball team, then Mr.
Butler, died yesterday in thelIt. during the early 1930s, died in a Saperstein shifted me to the Chi- ;
lIt.: Veterans Hospital at Lake City hospital here Tuesday. He had cago American Giants in the-Negro -
after a brief illness. lived here for 28 years. American League.

it He was a native of Hernando MAE WILLIAMS "After the season I returned i

) '.. County, an employe of Ow- 'home. My mother was very sick "
ens-Illinois Glass Co. and a OCALA Services for Miss,I'and I didn't want to leave, so Paint SaleAll '
t t"1 member of the First Baptist I Mae Williams, 65, 1235 Rivers'j'' they assigned me to the Jack-
f ti Church of Lake Butler. Drive., Ocala, will be Fridayat sonville Beach Sea Birds (in the
2 p.m. at Hiers Funeral Florida State League).
I Survivors include his widow,!]
Home in Ocala.A "They barred me from the S i
Mrs. Virgie Croft Brinson, and
1 I sister and brother, Mrs.I park," Pearson said. "I didn't
three children, David, Mike i
Lathan Thornton and Don Wile: know they were going to do it
and Joan, all of Lake Butler
; liams, are Gainesville resi- until the day before spring prac-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. dents. .tice." Interior Paints ReducedSEMI 1
S. Brinson, Lake City; a bro 1
J Burial will be in Ebenezer Pearson got a job teaching at E 1E
ther, Carroll, Lake Butler; and .
Cemetery, between Bronson Darnell-Cookman Junior High 4 I
J two sisters, Pauline Brown, I
and Trenton. here and a contract as baseball t
Nashville, Tenn., and :Mathilde: !
I In addition to her sister and coach at New Stanton High, both
Ewing Lake City. i
brother she is survived schools."I '
by a Negro
will be
Funeral arrangements LATEX
brother Olie, of Ocala.; was active in the NAACP's -
1\ announced by SherrillGuerryFuneral S .
;' Youth Council years ago, so :
Home of Lake City. MRS. M. GEIGER .
t when I went into teaching I be-;

I EUGENE ADKINSYesterday's WILLISTON Mrs. Margaret came a council adviser. In 1959 R j' GLOSS FLAT

.I Sun carried i an C. Geiger, 78, died yesterday -we started demonstrations for! w., j
I.4 in the Williston Hospital af- removal of restrictions against j
obituary on Eugene T. Atkins. .
ter a lengthy illness. Negroes at lunch counters. Good quality semi-gloss that's scrubbable ; 3 .
have been
; The should O66
name She was a native of Alabamaand 'On Aug. 27, 1960 I was a par- even at this low price. Goes on smoothly
Adkins. had lived in this area ticipant in the demonstrations." dries to a wear-resistant finish/ Buy now!
It( for Mr. Adkins 2 DAYS
Services were
since 1918. She was a memberof On the day Pearson
It i I scheduled for 2 p.m. today._ the Methodist Church. a band of ax-handle wielding LY GALLON I

Survivors include two sons, white men came into town, picketed f

Ii HomesteadExemption John Williston, and Otis,I a variety store where Ne- 355'O good quality paint for you who ;
i Plant City; six daughters, Mrs. groes had been demonstrating, 2 DAYS minded. Rolls or brushes on k

Pearl Ingram, :Mrs.: Eunie Red-,j and violence broke out which ONLY I thly.) hides well, is washable. 1 In_ {
it dick, Mrs. Minnie Gilley and I lasted several das. and colors.Better {!
l't Mrs. Flossie Butler all of Wil- "My contract as baseball j

I I liston, Mrs. Annie Mae Durr- coach wasn't renewed, and it
Deadline Set ance. Chiefland, and :Mrs.\ Het- was published in a paper that I Better Semi-Gloss COMPLETE LINE Latex Flat !J
J tie Ree Richberg,. address not was fired as coach for partici-
known; three brothers, John pation in NAACP affairs. I nevI -
A and homeowners I INTERIOR
Between 1,300 1,400 -
}have less than a weekto Roberts, Bleuth Roberts and I I!er was told why, however," 2 DAYS ONLY 577 2 DAYS ONLY 488
'I I JG. B. Roberts all of Selma,[Pearson said.
for their $5,000
qualify ,Ala.; 22 grandchildren and 24 "So then I went into adult
,f/, exemption. greatgrandchildren.i NAACP work. At the start of Better quality. Resists! stains, stays PAINT] Goes on smoothly with roller or brush, I
} Tax Assessor Pierce Smith bright after finish. Dries in t/z-hour.
i services are scheduled last year I was,elected presidentof scrubbing. Many lovely dries to velvety I
b, said this morning his office on colors. Two days only. '
at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Jacksonville branch and I
the courthouse second floor will'Long Pond Cemetery under the in November I was elected state

\\1 t I Saturday be open from to accept 8:30: last until minute noon j direction of Knauff Funeral president." Best Semi-Gloss SALE Best Latex Flat i E

Home. Pearson whose reddish tinged
applications. Y !
] l The April 1 deadline includes 6:99 588

I applications for homestead wiI' i Gov. Candidates On 2 DAYS ONLY 2 DAYS ONLY, 1

dows and disability exemptions; Jump I
I' and personal property and in- Our best! Where paints take their Our best interior flat point! Covers any i

,e ; tangible tax form returns. Auto Tax roughest beating smooth on tile-like protection color jn just ,one cc '. Many: lovely ,
l Smith said homeowners couldsave i Bandwagon of our best. '. colors and white.. f
k up to $250 in taxes by filing ,
for their homestead exemption. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 0. Dickinson of West Palm

'p He asked new homeowners Gubernatorial candidates in Beach joined in. ., Craftsman Paint Sprayers i iBi'g
i I who did not file for homestead increasing numbers are pledg- Dickinson told audiences
'l exemption here in 1963 to bring ing opposition to the automobiletax Wednesday in the Pinellas Coun

a copy of their recorded property -, increase. .ty area that as governor he
deed. At least half the six seekingthe |would seek a reduction of the i/.mp.i!

There are approximately Democratic nomination have t tag costs. L ; -
14,000 homes eligible for homestead now promised to try to cut backon i; Burns, whose campaigning i [ Saves Work
exemptions in the county,' the tag costs :was cut short by the Jacksonville -

; Smith said.Senator. Scott Kelly of Lakeland was I race violence, called the
I first to oppose the increases- tag increase unfair. 'S' DOWN
t'i Holland 'ted by the 13 Legislature., "I will work for repeal of this TT 11
Starting several weeks ago he j i act and roll it back to the 12 '
I : '
told audiences throughout the j months license plate," he said in '
J .
Here FridayU. I state that cutting the tax backto I a telephone message to Tampa Master-Mixed Nylon Bristled ; : $
its pre-1964 level will be a supporters.John 99
S. Sen. Spessard L. Holland major aim. Mathews of Jacksonville 9in. Roller Sets 4-in. Wall Brushes ;

will speak at the Alachua County In his original platform, Mayor -. hit ,Bums Wednesday night for

'Mental Health Association's an- Robert King High of Miami what he called an attempt by 2 Days 1.77 2 Days 2.66
l nual banquet at the University pledged an effort to roll back Burns "to blame others for the S-_ Does everything from paintinga
Inn, Friday, April 3, at 7:30 pjn. the auto tag and other heavy racial trouble in Jacksonville." -, house to inflating a tire .
His will be the coordination taxes Complete! Includes 9 inch. Fine. 100. % nylon brushes hold and does it well! Saves time
topic passed by the last legis-. ,Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Convertiblet
between federal, state and lature and switch some of the; has attemnted to lay the blame Dyne) I 1'o, f paint apply' it and phon: work and'money pressure feed gun.

county mental health organiza- load from consumers to special:for the Jacksonville disorders? by 1 and sturdy metal tray ,smoothly evenly. Has! pr t oec'4: t 5-foot
tions. interests. 'JJegrces: en boili Burns and Ma1theys. air hcse 2 day' on'v.

'-Officers will be elected and; Ihe tag cost boost varied from ... ... -+' ".
t the annual report read at the $2.50 to $12.50 per tag, dependingupon I Robert, King High of Miami,

meeting. car size, and was $5 for a looked for votes on the lower; and I 'Til 9!
Tickets, priced at $1.75 per:I standard sized auto.. east coast of Florida today, with! Shop:.Monday Friday Night p.m ,
f person, are on sale at Canova In recent days Mayor Haydon an appearance scheduled in
Drugs and CiUr Drug Company! Burns of Jacksonville and Fred Pompano Beach tonight

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Fi{ j :t The. three hours that Christ Shea of Highlands Presbyterian- be at 1:44: p.m. by Rev. Darrell 3 HOURSPECIAL
I[ j Iras on the cross will be comInemorated Church speaking. Murray of Westside Baptist 11
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des of midday community sere be the second, "Verily I say Rev. Frederick Castor of University ,
dices tomorrow, Good Friday, Lutheran will speak at
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,., "f.f.P LBJ Asks Southern Baptists* I British Land 75 Local Scouts To Receive Awards Tonight II i

Set for JFKMemorial
P Two area Boy Scouts will gel t: Rodger Mallard and Lon Shepard -ler, John Mitchell, Gary Mur-one; Tommy A. Reddick two;
Life ranks, the second highest t,. all of troop 164. rell, Gary Reddick and Burgess Billy Fisher three; and Mark
Jj To Support Civil Rights Bill rank in scouting, in a court oi Merit badges will go to: Richardson, all,one; and Henry Wright, five.Troop .
, honor scheduled for 8 pjn. tonight Troop 69 Tommy Beck, Couch, two.Troop 202 Joe Bolton,
-- -- in Kirby-Smith School. 88 Ralph Alligood, four Mike Webb, two and
Km Thin mWlI Bill Douglas and Mike Peterson, ; ;
I F Sfriu $ark LimtB sues that we face at home and They're Henry Couch of troop one each; and Eddie Puckett, Tom Duke, William Irby and Tommy Stokes, one.
By TOM WICKER abroad today can be resolved by LONDON An acre of the 84, and Todd Landsman of troop I two. Jimmy Skirvin all one. -Troop 376 Steve Pearson

WASHINGTON, President :. menof strong faith and men of historic meadow at Runnymede, 104. Troop 81 -Frederick Bevis, Troop 164-Danny Kitchen, one.

,Johnson urged the leaders of ,. brave deeds." where the seed of British civil The two new Life scouts will, Robert Bradbury Daniel L.
I &f :of one of the most powerful But that could happen, the liberties was planted in the Magna -be among almost 75 boys getting: Deen and Bryan Griffis, one
'''southern churches yesterday President said, "only if the sep- Carta, is to become United promotions in tonight's ceremo. each; and Pearce Hunt, two. GET THE BEST PRlG
'to work for the administration's YR aration of church and state does States territory as part of Bri- -Troop 83 Bill Chesnut,
:civil rights bill and for a "new not mean the divorce of spiritual tain's memorial to President nies.Others include four Stai,. James Hetherington, Lawrence
fellowship" after its passage. A w values from secular affiars. Kennedy.A scouts-Daniel L Deen of troof:I Lang each and Don Bobby McPherson McPherson and one YOU CAN FINp

Addressing about 150 members .*. The identity of private moralityand fund 81, and Billy Fisher, Danny r ;
will also
.. scholarship Russell Blain, three each:
:of ,
a Christian leadership semi- ;3
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public conscience as be established to finance the Kitchen Mary Wright, David
-Troop 84 Broyles,
nar of the Southern Baptist Con- deeply rooted in our traditionand study of British students a t of troop 164. Juddy Carter, David Feather, THEN SEE US AsDYOU'LL | 1
vention, Johnson said that "no
Y. constitution as the principleof Harvard University Radcliffe New first class scouts will tx! John Forsman, Philip Halperin, 1F
group of Christians has a greater F
legal separation. College or the Massachusetts In- Ray Forrester, troop 69; John I Tom Hendricks, David Hunter
,than responsibility southern in civil" rights stitute of Technology. Foshee troop 81; Tip Coles,': and Edward Hunter Paul Mll:1 -
James Hetherington, and Lex BUY
Calling the struggle to end discrimination R Name MediatorGENEVA Prime Minister Sir Alec Doug Legate, troop 83; and Gates:

'most critical and challenge prejudice "the that U Thant the las-Home plans announced to the the House government's of both Bryant of troop and 202.Norman Rboerts,:1 kJ.c.] MAY I IJLitIE

we face today," Johnson pointed JOHNSONJohnson United Nations Secretary General -Commons today. He said a simple [N <
..1.t out to the Baptists that "there announced today the appointment plinth with steps would be Second class badges will be ..
in of Sakari S. Tuomio- to Paul Barron, Busin.
are preachers and there are was emphatic predicting built on the land which wouldbe given troop ut
I.1 teachers of injustice and dissen- that "we are going tc]I ja of Finland as mediator in the given in perpetuity to the U. 69; David Garrett, troop 81; Aut The Furniture Manufacturers
sion and distrust at work in pass the civil rights bill." dispute between the Greek and S. Craig Ackley, troop 83; Scott $ y
America this very hour." But the administration's efforts Turkish communities of Cyprus. Barlow, troop 84; Frank Duke, Ho...
j Ii'1. "There are those who seek to alone he said, were not t I Sir Alec indicated that fundsto troop 88; Robert Bates, George Y Uf.
turn back the rising tide of enough.. The Secretary General said build the plinth and to establish Edwardson, Bobby Fabric,, ix Y ., AMPLE HOUS
'I that the appointment had been the scholarships would be Gary Gordon, Mike Hogan, 215 N.E.
: human hope by. sowing half "I have seen the barriers ol f t
made with the accord of the i 1st Street
sought from the "whole nation" Jimmy Springfield, Petei !
truths and untruths wherever politics and bigotry crumble in 1 1I I
Ii!l/t J 7 they find root," the President the presence of faith and hope, governments of Cyprus Greece, through: an appeal of the Lord Trimmer and Robert Watts, allof ; 372-1449 South Mam Sr of S.W. l3th
t said. "There are voices crying I and from this experience I have; Turkey and Britain. Mayor of London, C. J. Harmon. troop 104; and Stan Leland, _

't peace peace peace, where I drawn new hope that the seem
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II :. In Miami, St. Augustine After Lull Oor&rnckotkeEAQTER! CIEI&gouowwtt.

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i r| In at a Miami eating place last day and passed out handbills ti ,
t\\ night but left after being ignored tourists urging them not to sto]
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I Gainesville 'Sun Thursday, March 26, 19641

(e) New York: 1'1mee I I': I;i Three Services I Robert Taylor Never Made It 'Bi ': : 1

.1 i Bridge ALAN TRUSCOTT I y I 1 I,i!, Are-Scheduled #-- ; ,1 z : ., : 1
By DAVE SMITH high shine on' his shoes.In In private life,Taylor, now 52, woman in the world." They The most beautiful woman !in
In today's deal NorthSouthwere NORTH (D), AP Poor the seclusion of his 1131acre married .in 1954 three the world her black ,
.. In observance of the Passover HOLLYWOOD ( ) spends most of his time hunting, were I hair piled
able to make a '
I :mlB.y contract because the declarer VAJ105 holiday, the Congregation B'Nai Robert Taylor. spread, Taylor slouches!!;skeet-shooting and playing mid-t years after he and actress Barbara high on her head, comes out of
( game held the four of diamonds Q953 Israel will hold special services I He never really made it in around in dungarees and ranches wife to mares, rabbits and! a i Stanwyck were divorced. I''a guest room in the bunkhouse, ,
Ii i belli rather than the deuce._ -.hKQJ84 tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., rather Hollywood, somehow. Oh sure,I with gusto. flock of hens.Helping I Taylor's film career has 'toting a vacuum cleaner in one '
[I hand and shaking out a small \
F ..eSt' The take-out double by"'East, WEST '- : : EAST4KQ98624J1075 than 'at the usual 8 p.m. he's 'handsome world, rich, known idolized,allover I As a.star he was under con- with the chores is the slowed considerably, but to hear rug with the other. .
I was on the ambitious side.and : The observances will continue : the. was tract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer former German model and" actress -him tell it, he couldn't care less.
so was West's jump to four 1fQ62 '. .K74 on Saturday with services scheduled I even. mobbed. from 1934 to 1961-as long as Ursula Thiess, 39, who I"Frankly' he says, "I like to "Life isn't very spectacularor
spades.. This contract would ,.. 8' K1062 at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. I But he never really made it, any film star in historyandmade was touted, in her brief film!have the time to spend on the I'' Hollywood out here" observes .
DE have been defeated by- two 496:2 4A5 All the Passover events will be somehow. Never got an Oscar, more than 75 pictures. career, as "the most beautiful ranch" _Taylor._"But I like it." :1
'1 J state tricks. However, North persev- held at the synagogue at SW had his fans rip his duds off him. :
ersg ered to five diamonds, ..not' unnaturally : :: ;t:'..;c.lrf.sAt4ii" SOUTH ,:< Second Avenue.Place and SW Second since the '30s. -I-1-----, A young: girl defies her father ,

also and East'doubled.West ".,9 83 Poor Bob..He's so happy and and a, whole town to save I
dir< led a low,:heart,. mtr .... 4 .A.J74 tit lu h ons Plan normal that some might consider -
15. i my.played low, 'andEaslwon .J- *,107'3 him an insensitive clod. 3 A TIGER OIV THE LOOSE ,
hear with the king. A.spade was"re % Trek Saturday Maybe that's why he is so relaxing -
year turned and ruffed in dummy Both sides were vulnerable to talk to. He isn't always
,I abethl j with the diamond'five. 'S o.U fIt The 30--1.;bidding** ,, Alachua Audubon So c i etyt i,turning himself inside out and i
led dummy's diamond'-Queen- North East Southfesl members will take an all-day suffering.
peid praying that West would holda I 1.R Double 1. 44 field trip to Gold Head Branch Robert Taylor off-screen does-
mus singleton eight or fen. His 15 4Double.= Pass Pas; State Park Saturday.; n't look much like Robert Taylor I II

D prayers were answeredand Pass The trek, under the direction on-screen. That famous Taylor -
there was no way for the -defense West led the heart iwp. I
the of Dr.. Thomas Humphreys, is countenance is the same.
f inyj to defeat the contract. scheduled to assemble at Wayside But the haberdashery fools you.
dent By taking three finesses finesse which would have won Park on U.S. 441 at 7:3 Taylor had his lady fans in a
East's trumps could be drawn.: but allowed
was unnecessary
'It : a.m. Saturday. swivet for 30 years as the beauof # QA"o
I DI When the queen wascovered South to finesse the diamond, This may be the last opportunity the boudoir, the darling of the x: .
by the king and ace, a club four, draw the last trump, and. for members to observe drawing room, the suave city --..'"' -+.
was led. East won and play- make the remaining tricks with north, the He
I 4 : birds returning as slicker. always managed to
ed a spade, taken by South's dummy's clubs. Notice that if
:4i migrating season is near the keep every hair in place and a
East had held the diamond
i ace.Dummy was entered with a four instead of the deuce, the end.Birders will take their own The manatee owes its protec-
club, and the diamond nine contract would have been de lunch. For further information tion in Florida to a tongue-
I was led, covered by. the 'ten feated;; the lowly four would call Dr. Humphreys at 372-0742.. twisting scientific name, Trich-
and won with the jack. A heartto have made, a trump trick by echus latirostris. When the state ':
dummy's ace, refusing! the force. James Wilson, the first American :legislature was considering abill. }
f, maker of gloves, sold 1 1i .to outlaw killing of the un-
I '! his first in 1810. He and.
Ii seew i globe gainly water dwelling
1 his impoverished family had :mammal, a senator rose and
r DafYI.IN 71MA' i I made great sacrifices for 11 :said: "If there is a beast with
H.s...JUW.If.m.ra sea w twauratoe !years, while he studied cartography :any such name in the state of -"+FDf
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See At 7:15 l mathematics, geogra- :Florida, it ought to be protected. -
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DEAR ABBY: Our children go to elementary school In aI' grooming? :' PIERSOMAL 7Y7AFIRE. V HEAR A RECORD BABES: ARE5IMPL.'i LASSOCIETY 4f .". y D'UPSTAIRS- f H WGMEALMUSHJr-AH 'i. I
low and there is shortage of teach CURIOUS it
state where salaries are a APE; OVERT-,O f 7QTAKECVER DAISY v
ers. A woman I shall call Mrs. X is a supply teacher. She Is DEAR CURIOUS: A woman. u V MfScvcwes.ry r Ik if
I' also a crossing guard, and must excuse herself in order to e. k 3t
direct traffic. Mrs. X married at 14 and had her first'child at DEAR ABBY: My front porch is being used for a public bus t L

I 15. She did not even finish JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL! Yet we stop. When it rains, my porch is crowded with strangers who 0r 4 '
hear that the principal making her a full-time teacher next are waiting for the bus. Some of them leave newspapers on the
year. When we complained, the principal said he "thought"she floor, and I even find cigarette butts that have been crushed by z
took a correspondence course and finished high school Is their heels. My porch is my private property. I hate to be =
p this fair? Many high school grads would like to forego the expense mean but I am getting tired of cleaning up after the public.I < !
and work of college, and go right into teaching. Mrs. X can't help it if my house is right on the corner a few t \
must have cast a spell over this principal What can be done? steps from the bus stop. What should I do? -J

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DEAR PARENTS Qualifications for teaching vary vastly
: DEAR BAD: ((1)) You could ask either the "city" or the --
the individual states. But apparently Mrs. X qualifies to teach \

.. I{ in yours. If she hasn't also "cast a spell" over the superintendent transportation company to provide a shelter for that bus stop. HE'S D01N A LEETLE IS HE SCRUBBIN' -.. BALLS O'FlRElfDONT !
and the school board, they can explain it to yon. (2) You could enclose your porch and put a lock on the gate. CHORE FER ME TH' FLOORCHURNIN' ,:
I.I ((3) YOU could stick your head out the door and remind folks = CAN JUGHAID RIGHT NOW JAMEV BUTTER BEAl'IN'RUGS GIVE HER
DEAR ABBY: What makes 57-year-old) man suddenly de- that they are trespassing on private property. Number Two COME OUT AN1PLAY.MIZSMIF ORMAKIM'UP NO MORE IDEES uGOSHEVENT
f; dde to go on a diet, and to take an interest in clothes and would be my choice. E44 ?H' BED? k\\:

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James Douglas. Mason: 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo d- \
Raymond Burr. Drake: "9:00 O Divorce Court enc rw 6 0o

William Hopper. Burger: O Bachelor Father
i William Talman. Anderson fD Romper Room

: Wesley Lau. Gertie 9:30 O People Are Funny 1z ,
0f Connie Cezon. D Jack LaLanne r L fM'ss-

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O Nunes-Drama Price Is Right YOU LIKE NEA'L '
11 I "No Score" is rerun.I 11:30 O D Missing Links EARTHCUSTOMS A r .

I THURSDAY EVENING Stewart Granger, Ann Writer Lenny Styles poses' O Pete And Gladys MOON ;
1 5:00 O Best of GrouchoO Blyth, Keenan Wynn. as a drug addict to get 12:00 O CD First ImpressionO >t MAID \ & II

Riverboat 7:30 CD Temple Houston norcotics for someoneon Love Of Life U :, 1
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5:30 O Newscope passed.. Charity Simpson I staff. 12:30 O D Truth or i' NEAT.s l I

i 5:55 CD Local News, Sports, has a valid deed 11:00 Q News, Weather, Sports ConsequencesO E I 5
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( O News, Sports, old home town. Houston: 11:25 O Movie 12:55 O D News U eZ C I e; Weather Jeffrey Hunter. Taggart: I "Million Dollar Legs." 1:00 Q News p cWE V'i

4.1if: O Channel Five News Jack Elam. The kingdom of Klopsto- O Midday Q (.j

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: O CD News, Huntley, 8:15 O Chats On Writing sury, the Presidents okaysan 1:15 O Focus Interview COULDN'T HAVE ANY SIX ENVELOPES } \ IT WAS SIX/
Brinkley 8:30 O CD Dr. Kfldare idea to send a Klopsto- 1:30 O Science WEVE A RATHER TIGHTCA5E\ HELP YOU, G1YE IYIE A CALV PLANT IN CROYDENS )
:1:00 I O Rifleman "Quid pro Quo." Kildare kian team to the Olym O As the World Turns EIGHT ENVELOPES Of HEROIN ,
: The "New Orleans Men- is concerned about two in pies. W. C. Fields, Jack CD Ernie Ford Z IN HIS APARTMENT NERD/ 8I
terns-Tomlinson dedicated Oakie Roberti, Ben 2:00 O CD Let's MakeA NOVWE'RE\ INTERESTED4\
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; fagues who threatens Lu- man with limited Turpin Andy Clyde, Deal BEEN SUPPLYING HIML\
cas in an attempt to buy abilities, and his briUant George Barbier. O Password
his ranch. T agues: but flippant roommate. 11:30 O D (Color) Johnny 2:25 O CD News 1- -t3Zr
Akim Tamiroff. Lucas: Script by Archie L. Teg- Carson I 2:30 O CD Doctors

Chuck Connors. Xavier: land. Kildare: Richard FRIDAY O House Party f
Michael Pat e. Mark: Chamberlain. Gilles p i eLowry: 6:00 Q SlimnasticsO 3:00 O CD Loretta Young -
Johnny Crawford. Sam: Raymond Massey. : Sunrise Semester O To Tell The Truth
I Jerry Odo. Micah: Paul Steven Bell. 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 3:25 O News-Edwards f
f Fix. O Children Growing 6:30 O World Civilization 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say! t t

\ 0 Buckskin Bob 9:00 O Perry Mason O Pastor's Study O Edge of Night I'
J I O Movie "The Case of the Woeful 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 4:00 O Match GameD '-
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"AH the Brothers Were Widower. HousekeeperNellie 6:40 B Living Words Secret Storm-Serial MR.BUMSTEAD. HER 5HEEPPOGFOR GETTING A CREW-CUT
f Valiant." Joel Shore and Conway fears that 6:45 B Hi Neighbor CD Popeye'. Pals I WANT A. BUT I HAVE ANOTHER i ATRIM M-Ut E sHES / ORfLLBEHEREI
"- his wife Priscilla head her employer is about to 6:50 O Farm and Home 4:25 O News HAIRCUTAND I'M IN A I i. CUSTOMER Yt711e BER3RE // SFk7PPINGsgi ALL DAY4t

1 their ship for the Gilbert murder his wife. Comic 7:00 O D Today 4:30 0 Burns and Allen BIG HURRY GI :1I
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whales-and Joel's brother brother) makes his TV debut 7:05 O Ranger Hal CD Movie I

Mark. Robert Taylor in a straight role as 7:50 O News "Lust For Gold. ,1 ..I:

-' THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker = 1II

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Air Travel Headache ,


\, 1 Sfftn forkWASHINGTON mtmtJi return. People who find it amusing ;. the fare will be higher on weekends income of that sort and wants TAKE YOUR PLACES, KIDS f!

for week wit!! weekdays. all little of it. AND LAY OUT ANY PROPS
to hole up a 1 on some very j'
ti I The latest 'a good depreciation table wil]11 week during certain "peak" travel If by late August in the
; development in the International of t in the tourist "peak" travel 0
'I relish the challenge trying o periods season season, however /
I conspiracy against sanity is compute the cost of an economj'. on one way tickets, ono oil and property sale income e
,:t the new fare system for transatlantic class, 21-day return flight t round-trip flights when the traveler declined while salaried

J air travel, which takes Zagreb in late August. Sensibl e stays more than three income rose, the tax bite would IL- rTVTII
effect next week. people will prefer to summc:r weeks and,.of course, on first- rise and the traveler might be
.I I Under the new rate schedule, in Maine. class seats. reduced to flying poor. jt

, computing the cost of a trip to The big type in the airlin,e And, oh yes, the $300 takes Thus, with all the other calculations LLI t

Europe requires the same macabre ads say, "You can now fly t o him only as far as Glasgow. that have to be made
f skills Involved in computing Europe for only $300." The tin;y What looks in the ads like a about the air fare, the vacation
plan -I HAVE TH5
J a United States income-tax!print, however, points out tha t problem in simple arithmetic is requires intricate study of DEEPEST RESPECT A 51MPLE.PROPOWEEKS,OR EYGN AIRPLANE Tuu.; ARE NO \ WC SHALL.FRCPARATWN5 .
actually an exercise in calcu- the traveler's tax position. The 3, MRS.YEER,1r FOR YOUR ATTiTWPE SAL TO MAKE TO MONTH*,K>R.>tt; AND FIY YoU IN,. 1 HAVC &A
only sound thing is to hire tax 1o WAS KIND CP I
J lus. a Z TO AfiREB TO WAR... r .- YOU* MKIiION.a PRCPa&,tt Yoll THE AREA cI VIP-MOTffJ
Consider all the variables the lawyer, preferably on permanent LISTEN TO WHAT T'NROUGIi usuA4CIIANNIiLe WILL ALLOW ME.r .1 MY MI3510N 60 SACK
r eta in which O Z HAVE TO SAY :. TD fiCCK.1USA
er is
I'' traveler has to juggle when he only .
OCALA APIECE slightly costlier than the 21-day Y ra
starts budgeting for his trip.
l CROSSWORD PUZZLE LOSER SARTOR Does he want to go beyond Glasgow -round trip economy-class mid- Y ,. i
CNATES REIn5 week off-"peak" flight to Glas s
j fl ., ? If so, is it more economical -
t J ACROSS 26.Stuffs A s N S a o 1sT st '
his there
to leave flight gow.As
?. 1.Dung z e 21.Tatters T E h R A 5 E O N he will have UI !
material and go overland or by sea to, only a lay j
i 28.Misplace S I L 0 5 W I G i o man's of the
I 6.1ccmul 29.JoutO. Zagreb? grasp transatlantic -
o A I o O say '
T R S L I D fare it ?
system, is .
.Subside 30.Lnmet probably
When the "peak" travel .
P I A n A B o 1 D are sensible to hire
1.P&bn 31.Look a fuHtime per
weeks of the tourist season? Yti
cockasoo: askance sonal travel adviser too.'He
I =,S.Ladies J2,Bxlgbt S I E G E D E P U T E Can he arrange his schedule to confer with the tax lawyer about can
..WoollrI 35.j ergull P O M E R A A I L E D fly at midweek during the non- If.
:16.By birth 3T.Of a palm A N A D E M DEED 5 "peak" weeks? Psychologically, your financial position.and the -
"'I lT.VJd1m or ofthehsnd can he think poor while flying tax lawyer can confer with the GEE/TFlA1Jtt$,SAGES MUH7V/HAT 'bLtHIS txxtED ILQ ,
. : frat1ddeI 39.Rung of aSOIUiION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE class then off travel adviser about. your flight J lzeaslyAPPgECI rn DID iDo? FtKWPS
economy get G'Nt 6Hy i+,][ THAT/
:10.,19.Wlad Th1I minute_ 40.Oblttrrate ladder 2.Od-ylddlng 7. ial the plane and start thinkinglike bookings. as, 6 5.e ,
I .* dr11'CQ doud- 41. Che forth tree 8.Hank of a vice president? I Both of them will take two- #' .
:21.: Money 42.Be swsreof 3.Title twine With concentrated researchand I month first-class tours of Europe _i ri
ahr 4.Citizen: 9. New planning, of course all] on tax free business expenses
! Y !ReverberDOW? suffix Hampshire these questions could be answer-I and use their clients' retainers -
I I w eta 1.Early 5.Threatens state ed and a travel schedule and I to put their children into ra ;
Irrigate morning 6.Bundled 12.Made 3
work.private schools in
r' amends budget estimate could be Switzerland. I'
15.Pitchers ed out, if there were no other They will advise you that you 0l
: 3. t i 7 1f ,
0 18.Public factors to worry'about Unfortunately -could have afforded 21 glorious N '''I

p 11 / .. Tehlde there are other factorsto 'days In Glasgow if you hadn't c it
20.Few w
worry about. spent so much money on tax
I ifJ If- IS"I. 21.land Till the Right now, for example, most lawyers and travel advisers.Of w

11 18 I) 22.Brilliancy people who can afford a flight course no one can be cer-
" 23.Withered to Europe are totally absorbedin tain without expert advice. Un
- //.z it old I TooK rho: r wHU orD THERE 1 usA,TOU> M5 VDU ADVISED HBCI
// // women the tax code. They have no happily, everything is
t 23 2f ts Spear time to sit around guessing plicated nowadays airplane IOtIR HUSEJUrD..AND.I WAS LATE AlK IN..SI 3ACALTHE POLKE: Ws SAY!;I REALIZED WE. KILLED HEX FATHER. VtW DID
::1 l u. shaped whether three weeks will be tickets, taxes, carburetors, RANG HI5 POORbtLL AND sTANANG THE CHILD WAS 'TCO TILL HE* TO SAY THAT/.IT ;
: u t l7 27.Diococenter long enough to stay in Europe. I players, washing machines 6o sw IJEJC HANV: = WHO KILLED BILL &KAPEM.

2 They are busy trying to guess rose plantings, children. Only a :r a3
n. I) r Z 29.Cap tow much money they will make madman would make a move sw r
J sr 3233.t 31.brother Aitet's next year so that they can file without professional advice.

32.Wol estimated income tax forms. Dark and x nightlyto forces are
a 5 !JS 30 37 Ji 8 33.Co by onad They are also worrying about conspiring make life impossible -

i 39 40 34.Maple or where their income will derive to paralyze us, to drive us v
larch from this year. It is easy enoughto to Maine with an uncertain:carburetor 1 i
I/ 4/ 42. 36.Even* first-class and think like Jr
n t ." d body's uncle fly a wheezing record
a vice president on income derived player explosive children and .
t .M I.lltMf. 9I J....... i-3' ifi.Seaweed
.f rom oil and, property nightmares of demos from the
II1es. The government detests Internal Revenue Service. -a .
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Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 26 1964

11 : Calendar Of Eventsf NSA Plan! III omen 0 f HOD Easter I Brides' __h Book_ __ _

TODAY, March 26. BillIe Nugent Nimmcni jr.
f; 9 .. TODAY, March 2C Alacbua Audubon Society, all'day To Attend Party SetK.E.O. Rehearsal for Owens-Rowe of Jacksonville, 12:30 p. m.,
t : 'Colfax Rebekah(Lodge No. 2, field .trip to',Gold Head wedding, 4 pjn. First Pres- Miss Sherry Sanders and
8 p.m. Odd-Fellows Hall. 740 Branch ''State ,Park ,7:30 a.m. byterian Church followed by ,Miss Pam Sanders, Gaines-
;, : SE 2nd Avenue. Meet at Wayside Park on U. S. THE f fflfflIL9 L rehearsal dinner at the Holiday ville Golf and Country Club.
3 r Gainesville'Garden Club OrS 441',at-the Wflliston:Road. Dr; By Inn, 7 p.m., Mr. and

*, ..". des Thomas:Humphreys,,_conductor. BenefitGainesville Mrs. E. R. Rowe Jr., par- Family PicnicIs
3 7:30 p.m.,Mimosa,Mrs.J.W. ents of the
bridegroom, as
r : Wfflingham, 1214'NW: 36th Ter Ruth Weimer . Women's Editor An Easter party for the hosts. SlatedThe
of the ,
PledgesContribution 1 Hemlock at Sunland
.. .race; National Secretaries Associa- FRIDAY, March 27 Engineers Wives Club has
Center will be
8 pjn., Carnation, Mrs. R. tion will attend the April. 24 per- Training members of the given K.E.O. Wedding of Miss Karen Marna slated an annual family picnicfor
.. Shrum Jr., 1303 NE Utb Ter formance of "The Solid Gold ABOUTMr. PEOPLE tonight. by Owens, daughter of Dr. Saturday, April 4, at Camp
Club of its
race Geranium,Mrs. J.H., Hfntermister For Books Toys Cadillac' which is being given as one specfal and Mrs. Kari Rhyden Owens Wauberg. Serving will begin
Sr., 2720 SW'9th,Terrace by the Little Theater as'a benefit and Mrs. Albert Wass Wayne M. Carlisle. Chris is a projects, ,during ,the spring and Robert Roger Rowe, 'at 2 p.m.
: ;' Hydrangea Mr?. PeterSinnopoulus A contribution of$60 for the for the Cancer'Crusade. deCzege spent several days recently sophomore and Melanie is a, :season. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hostesses for the event are
t ,'536'NW 31st Ave in Miami, where Professor freshman at Brenau. Mcs. Charles Johnson, new electrical wives
purchase of;books and toys for The will attend in Roger Rowe Jr., 7 p.m., First the
chapter a
*, (ly-elected president, will be in
. ; : nue. Wass deCzege was and the engineering graphics
the pediatrics;floor of'the University memorial to late Presbyterian Church. Reception -
(, 27" group as a the guest speaker for a meetingof Mrs. D. E. McAlister, I charge of the party.
FRIDAY March, Hospital, ,has been following at Fellowship! wives.
Mrs. Eloise Zeller, who
',' was a the Hungarian Society. Twisp, Wash., is spending a Other new officers of the organization should be made
Gainesville-rl d ge Club, 9 I pledged by .Delta:'Kappa.Gam Hall of the church. Reservations
member of the chapter. Mrs.
: ..m., Holiday Inn. ma, honorary'education society. Zeller also active .in the While there, they were enter- fortnight with her son, Dr. which is composedof SATURDAY, March 28 by contacting Mrs.W. F.Fagen,
.. was and Baroness N. McAlister, and Mrs.I I women employees and wivesof
tained by Baron Lyle Mrs. E. H.
SATURDAY Miss Mrs. J. F. Twigg or
March, 28 Mrs. J. Miller'spoke to Luncheon honoring
Hillis Little Theater organization,
i Laslo Tolochich. McAlister. The West Coast I employees at Sperry, are:
Alachua County Association the group on the needs of the which honored her in dedication visitor is enjoying the spring Mrs. Otis Adams, vicepresident Anne Purvis, bride-elect of Watts.
e : of Retired Teachers, hos.pttalizel'children at a recent ceremonies of its new building. .
Mrs. Richard Reeves,
a .. Miss Sanders, season and changes in Gaines- ; secretary -
9:30 a.m., Mr. and. Mrs-H., meeting in the home of Mrs. Presentation of the Broadway ville since her previous visit and Mrs. Kelson Griffis -
Mr. and Mrs.
: B. ,Dolbeare, 2735 SW Fifth' Margaret Goggins. play is being sponsored by the Dick daughter Sanders is home from several years ago. treasurer, and Mrs. Jack
: Place. Helen presented Inter-Club Council, of which the S t Freeman, historian.
.. Mrs. Wallace Agnes Scott College, Decatur, QualtCrattfD
Easter Hunt, 10
Egg a.m;,
NSA is member.
a Chairmen for the
the 'musical entitled, new
program I I the year
spring holidays.The
: Gainesville Golf and.Country Mr.I I and Mrs. H.
"Trends in'Music." During a ,recent meeting at Guerry appointed by Mrs. Johnson in-
eo Club: the Manor Motel, Mrs. Jean Sanders' younger daughter McCIellan of Urbana, 111., clude: m m Dr!] ll11a:
Miss will
: Easter Egg'Hunt; 10 a.m. to I A past president's pink; was, first'vice announce the arrival of a son,
Jacksonville Mrs. Bill
.. ,.. Cox, of arrive for the remain- Wood, hospitality;
noon, UF Dames, University r presented to Mrs. MargaretBoutelle today born March 18. The baby has
president of the Florida Div. Mrs. Harold D. Stewart and
Women's Clubhouse yard, West; ,by.Mr*.'Eleanor Scales,, der of the Easter vacation. been named Guerry H."Ricky" for tnexasnionable
ision of the NSA, was' guest Sherry is a sophomore and Mrs. C. J. Tuggle, good cheer;
Road. society president:
Newberry speaker.Mrs. Pam a freshman at Scott. McCIellan Jr. Mrs. Leon Fox, telephone; Mrs.B. .
I Cox discussed the sec- Mrs. McClellan, the former B. Hall, publicity; Mrs.
Miss Pat Clark, daughter of Adams, membership, Mrs. T.
duties and
retary's responsibilities Home from Brenau College,
A the J. M. MacDonalds f
IN TIME FOR to her employer, organization Gainesville, Ga., for the Eas- 0 G. Campbell, scrap book, and
Gainesville, and her husbandare
Mrs. D. K. Thomas, and
and community using ter vacation are Miss Chris ways young
1 t EASTERALWAYS the NSA Code of Ethics as and Miss Melanie Carlisle. living in Urbana while he means.
takes graduate work at the
,an outline. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hostess for the March meet
,- University- of Illinois. ing were Mrs. Wood and Mrs.C. ones
S J. I S. Feagle, with Mrs. Clyde 3.99
I GHS Students- Bishop in charge of the program
I LADIES' Take HonorsIn on floral arrangements.April .
SPECIAL I I 6 has been scheduled as

tI I' SPORTSWEAR t. FrenchAll the next club meeting.

men's dress shirts : .. six students from Gaines Easter Egg

b ville High School attending the
y 1' 'f State French Congress at Jacksonville Hunt TimeIs

,,;.:' .,. Happy University last week L
'm- end received honors.
Easter. x = Becky Warden received top
in first dicta-
superior year
Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored
tion Porter Home won an excellent
by the UF Dames will be 4.99
r 3. rating in first year ex-
We've hand-picked held Saturday from 10
E. -: temporaneous and Kimmi Po- a.m. until
noon at the University Wo-
a beautiful f S fahl received in second an excellent declam men's Clubhouse, West Newberry Your children will l step out proudly in the Easter Parade
Collection of rating ation. year Road. in their new QualiCraft Juniors. Designed for the fashion

Suits Those receiving honorable Time of the annual hunt has pace-setters of the modern young set, QualiCraft Juniors
to help' ? mention were: Jim Boyd, third been changed to morning hours please mothers, too, with their outstanding quality, fine
you look your i year declamation; Dave Zimpfer because of the Florida Relays fit and budget-saving prices. QualiCraft Juniors are the

best the 4 second year dictation, and Saturday afternoon.All shoes to start with and stay with. 3.99&*4.99GAINESVILLE
very .
Mike Schikoor, first year youngsters from 2 to 6
big day! declamation. years old, who are children of
Highlight of the conventionwas students, faculty and staff of the
-. the presentation of the University of Florida are_invitedto t aKe1
Come and Choose Palmes Academiques to Mad- attend. A chargd of ten cents

from -: ame L. Alexander, class room per child will be made and each

our a teacher and one of the founders child is requested to bring a I SHOPPING CENTER-Open 'Til 9 P.M.
c I I II of the French Congress.This basket.
decoration of the French

If 7 .. Government for outstanding ser
e6i 4 vice to France in language and WANT MORE FOR VtXVjB: ;Mo fEY

11f th64t2S culture was made by Jacques KEEP YOUR EVE ,ONBUDGET GR' r'lTS'
Liger-Belair, French consul in
I Mrs. Virginia Bartlett, GHS
225 W. University Ave. French teacher, accompaniedthe
I' I Silwtmuuta.. Open 'Til 9 p.m. Fri. six students to the Con.

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Y! I f Easter Ham Has a Soicv Partner. I Hints from'-HELOISE'-\\ I It

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taste-teasing partners, and one DEAR HELOISE: tergent and water, let set after r chop the top off, or leave 'It I'I'Holy I'i

'. of the best of these Is a hot ,. Many teachers read your column scrubbing with a brush and on). When extra ice Is needed I 1
r= .+- sweet mustard sauce. Nowa s : I know, but mothers, also, then launder.
just the carton off and
days such a'sauce r might be interested in this sug
comes '
ready- White cottons and linens:
i t.; have a'block of Ice for our pIcnic
,prepared, but what satisfaction s } gestion. I call it a "secret shelf:
there Is in concoting it at .' V 9 "f Others might call it a "rainy Mildew I can generally be freezer. .or you can chipit
home! day" shelf, etc. washed out. If not, try salt, with an ice pick for table use.
:,' x'. Choose a corner of.a shelf lemon juice and sunshine or Trinity i Episco al Church
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.. The first sauce recipes of this .,f < Put a curtain or piece of paper chlorine bleach as per directions .
sort that tried : .. on .bottle.Washable the plastic coated cartons I 110 NE 1st STREET
we were made .::: ., over it (one could use a box]",
";,a by a traditional mixing method ,. Y and paint a question mark on it.If colored and fine cut about two thirds of the' 12:00 Noonr'Morning; Prayer and Sermon

and had a tendency to [ it's a rainy day shelf, draw fabrics: carton off and after washing 1:00 P.M.St inersL' ICrucifixion"

"leak" on storage. A changeof ,; ,;,.F,qfi,,,,,.,.,..;;, ,. ,l some raindrops on the front, etc. Use washwater at thoroughly: use this .to store i 2:00' P.M. 'Meditations. 'and Prayers
A mixing method was needed Behind this sheet, place several temperature .'
leftover food in. To make .
recommended for your a caver :
jjjp to give satin-smooth product items, such
as a new
.< that would remain stable ov ...;:{C ..h r ;y.fi record, good book, a game, puzzle particular fabric. The same I use fofl. I,have a dandy. AT THE- CHAPEL'OF THE INCARNATION

er a reasonable period of time. or anything that will please process the cloth]of removal is colorfast can be Use usedif ice box dish this:way ; 1522; W.. University Ave.

a The following recipe incorporates ::li /is .1. / A:y 4vp. ah.y fr the children. When this "day sodium When my children play' outside 8:00 'PMl :.Litany,:A te-Communion
I this change in method. :3/ comes, if the children have been perborate bleach.insteadof they also use' these nifty .
/ .. Y.. chlorine for this type of .'. .Qnd MeditationTHESE
good, choose child to out ''theIr
>v a pick cartons to make mud
; After the hot sweet mustard ,, N cloth. .. I
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sauce has had its debut with one object and let him share it HOME SERVICE pies in. .not the same ones,

baked ham or smoked boneless with the class. however. SERVICES 'SPONSORED BY 0 '
pork shoulder butt, you can use MILK CARTON HAPPY MIChael ChurchHolytTrinity
Mustard Sauce St. ;:
the remainder in various .. .. .
t ways.: DEAR HELOISE -
Mildew dilemma! For Removal :
Here are several suggestions. together the mustard and corn comes to a bofl. Boil 1 minute, :. Select ; Church
oil until We are a family of six, so your new
Mix some of the sauce with perfectly smooth.Add stirring constantly. Add to Generally with de-
pre-treat I quite a few one-half gallon the IncarnationTHE
water, tablespoon at a car SPRING FABRICSSINGER adt The Chapel of ,
mayonnaise or sour cream or mustard mixture, pouring in a I tons of milk are brought into ,
time after a
stirring each addi-
both and use this combinationas steady stream and stirring constantly StoreYour our home each week. II PUBLICJS INVITED
tion to keep smooth; reserve.In .
a dressing for fruit salad. [ a small stir to keep smooth. Turn into I wash the cartons out and _

Add it, along with a little together thoroughly saucepan the cornstarch .jar. Cool. Cover and store in Ice Cream I ill[ them with water (you can I .11 I

mayonnaise, to chopped hard- refrigerator. Makes about 1 .it
sugar and salt. Gradually .. _
cooked eggs for a salad or fora stir in vinegar and water; cup. ProperlyIf -

sandwich filling. Use it, too, mix until smooth. Cook and stir Note For color
: a deeper yellow stock
to deviled add to the yolk mixture for I constantly over medium heat you may stir in a pinch of during you sales, be up sure on ice you cream know : FAMOUS BRANDS :

eggs...... ... I until mixture thickens and turmeric with mustard. how to store it.
MIX a little of the sauce with
L. Mull
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cooked vegetables-snap beans,. dairy technologist with the Flo- AM YBII
carrots, green peas-and use as Cootiette Club 361 Stations, ice cream presentssome CAN STRETCH 1 I
a filling for stuffed tomato sal special home storage prob- COST LESS

ad. If you haven't small To Install Officers lems. He explains that if ice YOBR IVBCET I

amounts of cooked leftover vegetables cream is stored too long, especially WITH JJI FIELDlIAT QuaLlTr

on hand,'you can use a Mrs. Mary Furry will be in- Woodard, Mrs. in the new "frost-free" refrigerators = OISCOUNS I
secretary; Myrtle
of cooked frozen mixed
package it becomes coarse J M FII LDS"CHIRGE-IT.
vegetables. In either case, stalled president of the Gainesville Jones, treasurer, Mrs. Edna and icy, and tends to stick to ( ,,Y I

add a little finely diced raw ce- Cootiette Club 361, at the Sullivan, chaplain. the inside of the container.

lery for texture contrast. installation of officers to be During storage
crisp Plans have been made by the extremely long II
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HOT SWEET MUSTARD Street. Cootiettes to assist on Library flavor. Ice cream won't deteriorate : A FREE HAIRDRYER D PERMANENT GIVEN

SAUCE Day, April 15th, at the Lake as fast in a. deep freeze,
3 tablespoons dry mustard Mrs. Margaret McCarthy Jr. City Veterans Administration or in a refrigerator which does AWAY EACH DAY REGISTER AT
l 2 tablespoons corn oil
Hospital not have the frost-free feature.
1' 2 tablespoons water vice presidentof the state organ- I
1 tablespoon corn starch ization, will be installing offi HAIRDRYER CENTER

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J 2 Gainesville Sun Thursday,March 26, 19t>4II

I I How to Get a City Street Paved Ilir j'' l i t A y

II '
: By BOB MEEKER I of the proposed paving project.The equipment but the city manager of new paving could be constructed City Commission 'has authorityto Flowersff
A specific program was laid. home owners are notified of said contracts would have to be on the basis of an average install sidewalks in specific
out yesterday by City Manager I the costs and a public hearingis let to catch up on the backlog. .$13 per running foot plus !areas and assess the property
Bill Green for property, ownersto scheduled with the City Com Future contracts would dependon off-project costs. I owners. !

request paving of Gainesville I mission.. the volume of, petitions and The city manager said sidewalk He added that a need now
streets. Following approval by the availability of city crews, he construction would be II exists for approximately 50,000feet OWN HOMEGROWN
The city manager said validation Commission the project is put added. handled in basically the same of sidewalks in school
j and sale of bonds approvedby on a priority list. 'Under the old system of mixed method as street paving but the areas.EVERYTHING '. EASTER SS
the voters in February will About 15 petitions are currently in-place paving, lime rock and
clear the way for paving,about held by the Public Works Department asphalt were mixed with exist
i 30 miles of streets in Gaines- ing soil to form a paved surface. /mod LILIES S
ville. Green said :the'current' peti The assessment price for mixed ( .4\ t
tions would.have priority but in-place paving was about $4 a # .
In order to initiate a paving 1/ A
project, ,the freeholder should: since they are about three years front foot to the property owner. r : beauty
old,.they,would have .to'be re- The new paving process calls : Many to choose from
, 1. Talk to his and
neighbors evalnated. Prices of paving have for a packed base with asphalt
determine how much of his
gone up, and in many cases,the. ;surfacing and would cost the S
street should be
paved by number -
property has changed hands. home owner an average of$6.50
of blocks.
I The city manager said no per front foot. This would provide !
j 2. Obtain a petition from the funds had been available in the a minimum of ten yearsof S GORGEOUS
\ Gainesville Public Works De last three years for paving but comparatively low maintenance .
partment at City Hall. small. amount of money has to the city. { ROSESS
3. Get at least 51 per cent of accrued through'repayment >of The price paid by the home
the property owners-concerned i assessments on construction owner, however, does not pay 0
I in.the paving project approveit. done before he took office.A for off-project costs such as a r Many Varieties
target date in July has been rights-of-way, relocation of uti-
4. Return the completed petition Beautiful Bloom
set for beginning construction lities and storm sewers. Off-pro-
j to the Public Works Depart under provisions of the Residential ject costs run from 25 to 40 per See Our Homegrown Assortments
ment. Street Paving Revolving cent of the price of construction %fl1d4L
The department insures the Fund section of the bond issue. Green said. ,
validation of the petition by Before any work can begin, The $650,000 revolving fund f
checking with the petitioners to the City Commission must make will provide a base for the paving f\ V
see that, in fact, 51 per cent decisions and would ultimately ..
\ policy as to percentage projects GROWN BY US TO PLEASE YOUHYDRANGEAS
requested paving.At of assessment, repaymenttime provide $2 million worth of
this point, the engineers priorities, and re-examine paved streets, through repay \ ) S
develop plans and estimate cost existing policies on clearing of ments of assessments before it I I II w

right-of-ways' sidewalk construction is used up,by off-project costs. 3
, EXPERIENCED, and pavement widths. The revolving fund will be II I In Full Bloom
City Commissioner Jim Rich used for new construction only. I
Adding ardson said these policy decisions -Maintenance of existing paved We Rescue Homeowners In Distress Potted and Cut u w3

would come before the com streets comes out of the city modernization A Lovely Easter
From complete to landscaping, see
Machinesand mission in the next few weeks in budget. for loan! I
First National a spring home improvement.
an effort to enable the city man At the present.time, 45 per .
No mortgage or other red tape required; extend payments -
ager to meet his target date. cent or 125 miles of Gainesville
for as long as 3 years; only requirement is
The city ordinarily does paving streets are unpaved.
satisfactory credit plus sufficient income to meet GiftCrevasse's
with its own crews and Green estimated that 30 miles
payments. If you can't come in personally ,. call

BURROUGHS NASA Budget Passes r sT

; ADDO-X Dispite Complaints tJGAINESVILLE

CLARY EVEREST Ntm fork iiItmt. research center to be located in OF FLORIDA I

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s -z0-:2 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. 6.2514
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MARCHANT MONROE WASHINGTON The Houseof Donald Rumsfeld, R-H1.,was defeated Member of Federal Reserve System !
FRIDEN Representatives authorized I by 5a 116-66 standing vote. i
i Every One Completely Recon- yesterday a $5,193,810,500 budget

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Income Tax. Agency in the coming fiscal FRIDAY

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get authorization for the National ,
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Tipoff Big Walter BondConditional

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The Tipoff Club held its sec-
1 ond annual awards banquet last MURRAY ,CHASS I "'! .

night and honored the state's I E' x ti Associated Press Sports Writer '\ z "

top 10 senior basketball players Walter Bond is a conditional

I with entertainment rang i n g Houston Colt That; some may <
from magic to folk music. say is better than,being full- '
The players were Ricky Turner : fledged Colt He still has a Ayn

Cedar Key; Mike Rollyson, chance to get away if he's bad
Plant City; Chuck Shaefer, Mi- .. HA enough.

ami High; Alan Treece Jack- But Walter doesn't agree. Y

sonville Terry Parker; Dave That, he says,'is better than; being '
Miller, Delray Beach Seacrest; I I a Cleveland Indian and he's

Bob Stephens, Palatka; Ron putting all of his "6-feet-6 and
Mikell Mount Dora; Harry ,
240 pounds into being good
Dunn, Cocoa; Jeff Grate, Mi-
enough to stay that way. _
ami Norlund and Mike Christ- k14k6y. '
; ,
The Colts purchased, Bond
ian .. -
St. Petersburg High. .
*qr y
from Clevelan\_during the,win
The all-stars were presented
ter on a conditional basis."Now
framed certificates by Tipoff ,
he's making a strong bid to
Club President Fred Lewis.
start the 'in the Houston a
season ,
Also present at the gala affair -
Florida .A. ) ;outfield.
were University of var-
sity and freshman basketball \ /p I He powered a two-run homer I I
in the seventh inning Wednesday -
teams. Each
player was pre- "a s9A
boosting the Colts to a 4-3
a gift by the Tipoff Club. _
The state's outstanding junior triumph over Detroit. Until now
Austin Robbins the 26-year-old Tennessee native 1
college eager MiF 1i
of Chipola was also scheduledfor has been good enough to 1i i
I in only 90 games- since he
an award but was unable to play d
attend. first reached the major leaguesin

I Speaking briefly were Ray Tipoff Club's Honored GuestsThe 1960. 1 i iI iI I
Graves UF athletic director "They never gave me a :

and coach.Norman Sloan, Gator cage state's top 10 senior basketball players gather, to receive certificates at Tipoff Club award ban- chance just kept," Bond me in contends.the minors."They" .

Performing the magic to a quet last night. In center is Mike Christian of St. Petersburg High. Others (L-R) are, Chuck Shaefer, Miami Bond's major league appear- V I
Plant City Alan Treece, Jacksonville Terry Parker; Dave Miller, Delray Beach
bewildered but delighted audi- High; Mike RplIyMi, ; ances dwindled each year bee
Bob" Palatka Ron Mikell, Mount, Dora; Harry Dunn, Cocoa; and Jeff Grate, Miami
ence, was Jim Deuel, a Gaines- Seacrest; atep: ens; ; was with the Indians. He playedin
ville industrial engineer. Norlund. Not pictured is Ricky Turner of Cedar Key., 40 games in 1960, 38 in 1961

and 12 in September, 1962. De-
I Boxing Still spite six home runs and 17 runs P
batted in during his briefest sojourn
r he didn't see much other,,
l Under Heavy than Jacksonville of the International -

League last year!
One of Several LAURIE
Senate Fire Bond's winning blow was only Led Gator Golfers to 6-2 Record

one of several along the exhibition -
Jockey, 'S. WASHINGTON (AP) Sen- trail Wednesday. Gene Hammer's
ate investigators continue today Freeze's two-run blast in the
their probe of professional box- sixth inning carried Pittsburghto

ing spurred by reports of under- a 5-4 victory against Balti-

TrainerHurry Thursday, March 26, 1964 world figures still hanging more. Smiles
around dethroned world heavY- The Los Angeles Angels halt Brings

,weight champion Sonny Liston. ed Cleveland 2-0 on Dick Simpson's
Scheduled to appear before two-run homer in the

who has been both a the Senate antitrust subcommittee sixth.A From UF CoachBy
now! Name the only man ever were Gordon B. Davidson,
jockey and a trainer for the Kentucky Derby and has come r Grabs attorney for the Louisville, Ky., couple of award-winning
Pursell pitchers were thumped. Milwaukee -
with winner.
up a citizens that Cas-
1 group sponsors
jumped on Sandy Koufaxfor NIS NISSEN
Give up?- The answer is Ivan H. Parke, owner of the horse sius Clay and Bob Nilon, brother three runs in the first three Assistant Sports Editor
NW 34th St. that bears his name. of Jack Nilon, Liston's business -
farm on innings and went on for an 8-3
adviser. Laurie Hammer swinging a golf club is like a polaris
Parke rode a horse named Klondyke for H. P. Whitney In Defense HonorsBy Jack Nilon told the hearing triumph against the Los Ange- missile blasting off, from Cape Kennedy.

1924 and The Bat for the same owner in 1925 when he was a :Wednesday that he asked no les Dodgers. It's a blend of power and precision.And .
jockey. Neither horse placed in the Derby.As I I questions when Liston said he Minnesota gave Gary Peters that smooth swing has University of Florida golf
MARTY ,SCHRAMSun dash time trials, held recently similar treatment, pelting him .
in 1945 to Hoop Jr., his wanted to sign over valuable coach Buster Bishop smiling from ear to ear.
trainer Parke returned see '
a Sports: Writer have turned up,this data on the stock to Sam Margolis, Philadelphia for five runs in the first three has been the
a Hammer 6-foot-5
first Derby starter, win all the marbles for Fred H 0 0 p e r.; i 205-pound.junior, man
Parke also trained Olympia in,, 1949 (sixth to Ponder); and ; / op' defensive honors in last gridders*>,: '*-f *-fs- "' .5 Vending machine opera- innings. en the route Chicago to a/1-5 White- 'most ,responsible for leading the;? Gator links rs to a 6-2
{torand close friend of Listen over dual this
Saturday night's Orange and FastestFastest record in' meets season.
f., :Blue football struggle turned Dupree for years., Sox. Koufax was the National Miami TourneyHe I
!up in possession of senior center Gator over 40 yards is Margolis according to previous League's Most Valuable Player also led the Florida squad into first round play todayin

}/ Ron Pursell of Tavares, Gator Dupree who has run it in 4.55 testimony, once owned an and Peters the American the Miami Invitational, which runs through Saturday.The .
I coach Ray Graves said today. seconds. Hal Seymour former apartment house jointly with League's Rookie of the Year in blond bomber brushed aside eight straight oppon-
Pursell, a 210-pounder, saw! racketeer Frank (Blinky) Paler, 1963. ents in individual play this season with a display of sub-
Starke Burce Bennett and
limited action last year but has' star; mo. In other games, the Chicago par consistency.
shown steady improvement. Jimmy Jordan, all backs did it Half Interest Cubs whipped San Francisco Hammer a Sarasota native, was undefeated as a fresh-

in 4.6 seconds. Larry Gagner, Nilon said he thought Margolis 12-4, Philadelphia whitewashedthe man and lost only two matches his sophomore season.
Graves and his aides gradedthe was entitled to the stock for New York Mets KW( ), Kan-
6-2. 235 pound tackle, is fastest University of Georgia's -Vinny Giles and Denny Lyons of
players in the annual spring lineman. He.ran,the 40 yards in setting up a deal for promoting sas City swept by St. Louis 10-3 I FSU were two of the standout players falling to Hammerin
\ Jewels Reward and Ebony Pearl, both for Maine Chance windup game bywatching films 4.7 seconds. Liston's fights. He said-that un, and Cincinnati handed the New individual duels. FSU was the lone team to defeat the
Farm, in 1958. These horses finished fourth and 10th re earlier this week. "Ron is one der the arrangement between I York Yankees their fourth Gators, pulling the trick twice.
spectively. Olympia was an odds-on Derby favorite that fail of our most under-rated players Graves said the times of the Margolis and Liston the fighterwas straight. defeat 2-1. Started Young *
ed. defensive line coach Gene swiftest Gators are impressive."The to receive a half interest in I Hammer-has been a member of the golfing set since he

Ellenson said. "That is, he'sbeen average pro football split their joint firm. However, Listen I was five years old, thanks to links-minded parents.His .
Although Parke does not spend too much time in Gaines- under-rated by everyone end runs the 40 yards in 4.8. apparently signed over mon honors include the Florida Intercollegiate title last

ville at his farm, at which breeding operations are expected except our coaching staff. He's So you know some of our boys than half of his shares to Mar, ExhibitionBaseball year runnerup spot in the National Junior in 1960 and i
\ to begin soon, he is most active in the racing field. shown steady improvement are moving. Gagner is probablyone golis without any compensation, championship in the Indian River Open this year.
through 0 u t his career even of the speediest interior line- Nilon said Liston told him thai t
One of five brothers, all of whom are connected with horse Professional golf is a subject that has crossed Hammer's -
racing, Parke currently is training Gipsy Kelly and QuentinII though he has He'll been hamperedwith lot men around. was the way he wanted it. Ytsrtrnyt ResultS mind, but that's all.

for Elkcam Stable. It is uncertain, however whether either injuries. see" a Cincinnati 2. New York (A) 1 "I've thought a little about some day turning pro, but I
will be nominated for the 1964 classic at Louisville. of action in the fall. Milwaukee Houston 4, 8 Detroit. Los Angeles 3 (N) 9 really don't know, yet" he said.

The other Parke brothers are Monte, Charles Burley and Defensive Marks Florida Relays Pittsburgh Philadelphia 5.10.Baltimore New York 4 (N) 0 Gator golfing buffs have called Hammer the greatestpro
V Vasco. Burley Charles and Monte are trainers today while Ends Barry Brown and Gary Kansas City 10. St. Louis 3 prospect in UF history. And that includes fellows like
Vasco is a track official Thomas also drew high defensive Chicago Minnesota(N 7.) 12 Chicago San Francisco(A) S 4 Doug Sanders, Dan Sikes, and Tommy Aaron, all current
marks for their play last. LIs Angeles (A) t.Cleveland pro performers.
TMniTW Games
I A Hunch Player's TipFor week. Draws Big FieldTwenty Houston vs. Kansas City Last Match
New York (N) vs. Baltimore
The Gators closed out dual match
New York (A) vs. Chicago (A. play here Tuesday,
those who like their hunches, Burley is training Har- On offense, fullback Larry and it was Hammer again leading the way. He fired a sizzling ),
bor View Farms' Roman Brother and Irvkup owned by Dupree and halfback Allen eight universities relay team Williams, shot put;;' In the two seasons Pete Liske 67 for the day's lowest score in a 19&-7& win over
Jacksonville business magnate Louis Wolfson. Roman Brotheris Trammell walked off with lau, and 15 freshman and junior college Clark high jump; and.Northeast Penn State's No. 1 Georgia Tech.
I Charles is train- rels. Both made consistent gains teams have been enteredin Louisiana State's < one of the top choices for the 1964 Derby. back, the Nittany Lions com- But, UF captain Richard Leckey also had a productive
ing Miami Mood, owned by Hooper; and Monte is training during the intra-squad action. the annual Florida Relays to I relay team all won last yea, piled a 16-4 won-lost record. round, shooting a 68 and winning his three points.

1 Whit's Pride for Mrs. George Finkelstein. Sophomore fullback Graham be run at the UF asphalt track. and will be back to defend. Penn State intercepted 15 Leckey hit 35 on the front nine and then closed with a

Charles rode in the Derby, too, when he saddled Shandon McKeel and guard Jerry And: Saturday.! Malcolm Balfour British. enemy passes during' the 1963 fine 33 on the?back.
Farm's Burning Star in 1937. He finished eighth. Burley and erson scored well on offense,, Percy Beard Gator track running for Mississippi State! football, campaign. Don Caum Lloyd Watts and 0. A. Kincaid shot 73 and 74, respectively -
coach and director of the Relays and Chuck Cans and Ronnie Crown had 80
ratings showed. Anderson a. and Junior Powell intercepted apiece.
Monte also are former jockeys. Vasco now a steward in the two-mile event, will perform
standout,running back' at North said many outstanding four each. .
at Phoenix Arizona, had a brief fling as a jockey. I here Beard,said. .
Miami High, has made the: stars will'be on hand for the '

The five brothers, born in Burley Idaho, are planning reunion -, switch.to guard.in fine style. meet. Atlantic Coast Conference:
I in Gainesville sometime in the near future to mark the champs on hand include Curtis Sena Elmore Victor _
Among them are Bill Smith
full-scale entrance of Ivan's horse farm into the business Graves revealed that 40-yard:. of Ohio State. indoor winner in of Duke javelin; Clark, : ,,
that could produce a Derby winner for Alachua Co. in the fu : Wynn and Cater Leland Clem t :
the Big'Ten low hurdles and
ture. PKY broad From t h<
son jump.
SeeksFourth ,
12th place in the national decathlon

J Caught on the RunF meet last year; Al Williams Southern, Furman Conference 880; Seeb, Dave Dotts Tyler ,. In Keystone Tdurney
Florida State shot puttor -
how Ce- WinVs.Wffliston. ......* Tom Clark. North Parn.lina ........ .: Citadel, high hurdles anc -
Turner of *
really speedy Ricky "
No one 1 : broad jump; and Walt Klein, KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS Se- .an 84 round Tuesday, slumpedto Jackson, Jacksonville, also had
on'e of the state's 10 senior high school basketball high i jumper; Jim Wynn, <"
dar Key, '
and 214 but lost sudden-death
] wound a a
VMI, javelin. na Elmore of Daytona Beach, : a yesterday up
players honored last night by the Gainesville Tipoff Club is Qemson 100 and 220 yard card-matching with Mrs.
until it came time to take pictures of the honor guests. dash man; Justin Canale l Mississippi From the SEC indoor meetat president the Florida State with 175'for fourth spot don.-- \

Turner got out the door and vanished somewhere between State ,field goal kicker ,Montgomery winners include :Women's Golf Association, won Mrs. Elmore a former Jack- \
Gainesville and Cedar Key in nothing flat. WILLISTON P. K. 'Yonge in football (his boot tied the McCormick, 60 yard i the Keystone Golf and Country sonville resident notched her Emerson
will bid for fourth baseball
a Gators 9-9)) and a shot, put- dash and broad jump; Smith, Club invitational tourney witha ,
think Florida's baseball schedule win she '
Some may 35-game victory in succession and its first tourney although -
is a big one. Out Arizona way, the schools like Arizona State second over Williston in three ter pole; vaulter Ray Kodres; and Bill Tennessee, McCormick -, Tennessee 600-yard run, ;60-yard Pat Pomphreys hurdles;, 171 total yesterday.Mrs. has been a runnerup iq several Wins MatchMIAMI j
the University of Arizona think nothing of when it the Red
and playing days plays
Elmore carded 86 togo events.
.and Jerry Smith, Auburn Kodres Bob Redington, Ten- on other
60 Arizona had 39-17 mark last ;
around games. a year. Devils this afternoon.
dash man-hurdler and nessee, 1000-yard run; and Can- with her first-round 85. She Mary Brpkas of Keystone captured ,(AP) Roy Emerson -
Florida has done right well in the national college baseball Coach Wilbur Hoskins plansto middle-distance runner, respec- ale. had 42-44 :"' First: laurels with of Australia, No 1 seed, defeated -
Official All-American teams have been chosen Flight Tomaz Koch of Brazil 5-7
picture. only use Mac Johnson on the defend- I ,
since 1953. The Gators have landed four spots. Bernie Par- mound against Williston. Jerry tively.SEC Teams Enters i terday 4 181 on ,rounds. _of 93-88.Gloria I 8-6, 6-1 today to lead the way ;
-rish as a second baseman in 1958, Perry McGriff first baseman Hobby probably will get the call All Southeastern Conference Big Turnover. ing champion Turner of Palatka was runnerupWith' into the quarter-finals of the ;

1959; and Tom Moore third baseman in 1962 and 1963. for the home nine. teams are [entered excepting !: Pai Meyers of a 9587is%, and Freda I Good Neighbor Tennis Tournament '
I NEW YORK (AP)- Only two
Ormond Beach
F Past All-America players now in majors include Tom Brown Other Blue Wave starters will .Kentucky' Vanderbilt Tulane :1 pitchers,' two outfielders one infielder by two strokes. Wyman Keystone, was third'
Ernie Fazio Bill Freehan, Bill Faul, Jake Gibbs, Ty. Cline, include Tom Hansen,, first base; and LSU. 'The latter annuallya I and one catcher from Mrs. Meyers'had with 183.Pansy Meantime, unseeded Roger i

Dick Howser Jerry Kindall and Don Lee. Danny Dennison, third base; contender for' Florida Belays the 1957'Yankee roster are still 8647 173 Hawes of Keystone took Werksman of Los Angeles sUrprised t,
Robert Stearns, left field; Cy laurels'., is having its own with the team. for her whole Second Flight honors with 190. the crowd with an easy

sTops League PlayWarren Lott, right field; George Solley track meet now. They are pitchers Whitey effort over they Gena Christoffers, Keystone 6-1, 6-3 victory over John Ham- t
shortstop; Bill Enneking, catcher Virtually all Atlantic Coast Ford and Ralph Terry, catcher- 35-35-70 par. Elmore was runnerup with 191 and Mi- mill, the No 2 player on the
Carson of AFROTX wards Building Supply rolled ; Tom Dobson, center field; and Southern Conference out-fIelder'John Blanchard, sec- riam Muttart, Green Cove University of Miami tennis
topped the Night Owl League 571. Ronnie Rodgers second base. schools will compete along ond baseman Bobby Richardsonand I course. Springs, ,was third with 192. squad, which has been undefeated -

Palm Lanes last with Among,the regulars who have with FSU.. Ohio Wesleyan, 'outfielders Mickey Mantle Voncile Ketch of the ,home in 130 times out.
at of
Elva Keystone
Providence, Brown, Dartmouthand Howard. Howard
John Barnes Manor Motel and Elston
played most games, Hansen club finished third with 174, Third with Hammill earlier had upset Rafael
the Flight
a 597 set on 198213186. Jack several individuals from catcher, was the captured
had strictly a
a 214 high game. AFROTC leads the batters with a .500 now
Gertie Osuna of Mexico the No. 2
carding an 89 yesterday. 213. Louise Logsdon, Keystone, ,
Harris, S&C Tile and Terrazzo, totaled 3046 on 1000-1064()() 982 mark and Dennison is hitting Ohio State. American League's most valuable seed.
bad 590 and Joe Vislay, Edwith the 1064 best. .400. Brown's distance medley player last year. McRae of Starke medalist with was runnerup at 214 and Hilda 1

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} October he'll have his pick of Switch. Switch. -." Switch.
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!' Davis Cup tennis matches, the of the third period. This program ter. Mantle goes back, back
) ...;. Olympics, professional and col- is being brought to you Gator Frosh back -." Switch.
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t bouts, wrestling matches, thor "Strikeouts by Sandy Kouf ax. The Buckeyes have moved I
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It ,! hockey, basketball and bowl- 15 Philadelphia-." Switch. Whip 65, yards in seven -. Switch. HARRY T. POOLE Dl1'L E. E. GABLE
"Rounds are about even and
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took advantage of "Pocket and Don Carter has prices,dependable cars.In short a man you can depend upon when you're in the market for a car.
seven Florida State errors and himself another strike."

'f WHOLESALE & RETAIL nine walks as the Baby Ga- And then, horror of horrors,
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f g PORTIONED D MEATS night freshman at Harris baseball Field.11-5, last and our man will have to buy a
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I All Mue Chuck Rib a three-run homer for FSU" buys his papers at styling beautiful Interiors and engineering to delight the big car man who knows his automobiles.
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Thursday, MLA arch 26, 1964 Gainesville.Sun

: ,Tech Next _for. Gator Nine Lakers Still Alive--


"" 'leculalitCl3et$ hope to con- IB.- Earl Montgomery, LF -- Northeast Louisiana yesterday Thanks to Baylor ShotBy
( tinue a downright amazing re- Jim Duncan, CF Allen Tram. and today at Tallahassee priorto
cord tomorrow when Georgia well RF Bill Blomgren. meeting the UF, is likely tom .J
I Tech invades for a twogameSEC Blomgren leads the"team use senior Don Shi against the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Philadelphia 76ers in the shot was blocked and the Lakers
;: baseball series. hitting with a .417 average, fol- Gators. Shi beat the. UF nine The Los Angeles Lakers still other playoff game Wednesday got the ball again with 11 sec-
j \i In running up a fivegamehome owed by Duncan's .303. last year in Atlanta in a game ,;r are alive in the Western Division and took a 2-1 lead in the Eastonds left. After a time out Bay-
winning streak Coach Division Leader that proved damaging to the semifinal playoffs in the ern Division semifinals. The lor got the ball and waited until -
Dave Fuller's hurlers have Florida is currently the East. Gators' Eastern Division chan- I National Basketball Association. fourth game is scheduled Saturday the last second before getting
pitched a total of 49 innings and ern Division leader in the SEC: Elgin Baylor's shot from 20 at Philadelphia. off his winning shot. Baylor finished -
allowed opponents to score in with a 4-0 record and stand s ces.Other Tech starters loom as feet out with just one second on Nearly Failed with 23 points, compared
only four of them. 7-2 overall. Following the Gear- Butch Harris, center field; Doug the clock: gave the Lakers a The home court advantage, to 39 for Jerry West who
At I This string includes a 13-inn- gia.; Tech series, Mississipp,i Cook, second base; Terry Hall; 107-105 victory over the St..Lou- which has stood up in all six sparked the Lakers to an early
'tt t ing no-hitter thrown at Florida'State comes to Gainesville foi third base; Jimmy Adams, teams is Hawks Wednesday night and playoff games so far, nearly 31-15 lead.
Southern by a quartet of Gator.single games Monday and captain, left field; Dick Emerson of .a forced a fourth game in Los An- failed the Lakers as the Hawks Bob Pettit, with 23, and Zel- '
pitchers a one-hitter pitched by day.Tech catcher; John LaCapra, geles Saturday the best-of-5 overcame a 16-point deficit and mo Beaty with 22, topped the
Fernandina sophomore Dan which has lost twice it right field; Tommy Jackson, series. The Hawks had won the tied the score at 105-105 in the Hawks.
'" <' Griffin against Vanderbilt and a Florida State, 5-0 and 3-2 am I first base; Bucky Beaver, short- first two games at St. Louis last minute on a Mike Farmer An 11-point burst that helped
f.}'{;. y three-hit shutout of Georgia by had a two-game series witf 1 stop.Towering DICK EMERSON last weekend. steal and basket. build a 21-point lead in the sec

.. -,I I iii junior Danny Eggart of Pensa- t He Catches 'Em The Cincinnati Royals' back The Lakers lost possession on ond quarter sparked the Royalson
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center field; and Danny Stev: show to benefit the New Hope
ens, right field. McNeal led the, School for mentally handicapped -
team in hitting last witha : youths is 'set at 1 p. m. '
year 64 n with.V8
GHS.424 mark.will go with John Combs, Sunday Livestock at Pavilion.the Southeastern Chevy Super Sport power

no-hit winner over Live Oak The event is being sponsored ,
last week the only 'Cane suc. by the Ocala Junior Chamber '-
cess in five games to date. of Commerce and the Marion
Ricky Guenther will catch, Saddle Club, Inc. '
Ed Pavelka, first base; Brian
,Hipp, second base; Steve Leggett Admission prices are $1 for I
third base; Pete Roberts, adults and children under 12 ,
'shortstop; Jack Eckdahl, leftfield wilh be admitted free when accompanied .
; Jim Culpepper, centerfield by parents.
; and Lee Summerlin, right cjiJ
Events will include beginners -
field. -
walk trot, barrel race, !!
hunt-seat equitation three .. .
Palatka Tests gaited class, reining class, junior :. ...
saddle seat foundation, senior .. .: .
\ Starke Today western pleasure, working _
hunter, jumping, junior west-
\ STARKE Palatka defend ern pleasure, senior saddle
i ing state Class A baseball seat equitation, egg race, Eng-
f champions, were to go against lish pleasure keyhole race and
Starke at 3:30 p.m. today in a stock seat class.Starke .
Florida Star Conference en
f counter.
i The host Tornadoes are (0-1
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ustine earlier in the wee k. Host PerrySTARKE
\ Starke is 3-1 for the season.
Palatka is 1-1 overall and will The unbeaten
be making its debut in league Bradford Co. High School golf BIHggBI
play. team will host Perry tomorrow
; Emmett Akridge probablywill in a dual match.

Mangum pitch for, Palatka Starke and ace,Rusty will Starke has won four straight,
and the to it
toss for the Braves. School topping and Lake Gainesville City twice High just place enjoy

Pete Gent, Michigan State each. : VVW >VV..VV-A V>XX..? : '*' M!l7Y.p!'R .v.a-M(4790p7/A.. j m,c l;g wy> ''/'...j'.>.' basketball captain and Charley Top Starke golfers include : : :::.:... .+,... .:; j&iv'r"*. &'* ;': & % >''' '>? &-ioB < y l fc.

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111 Fishing Improves,. Turkey Season Opens Saturday I

I at time, day or night. An gobbler season with two gobblers
"I love any discourse' of ment; however, it still con- taken. The number of gob- any
b alternate weighing station will to be added to the season
rivers and fish and tinues blers which a hunter may
fishing. good.Niinrods
!I L be open at Lake Kerr until bag limit (the two additional
( Izaak Walton take during this Spring sea- e
Compleat Angler, get your guns
6:00 pjn., Friday. For further gobblers being allowed only
"" ). ready! The count down has son depends upon how II
fl1and details the contest contact the
"" on during Spring season) ((4))
he took during the'reg
GENERAL shopping -

t begun-only one more many
I Frank Philpott, Contest ChaIr- favored raising the bag limiton
Fishing continues to Im day remains before the ular. season. Not more than .yax dg Via} CEDAR KEY
man, or yours truly.RANDOM quail from 10 to 12 per day;
t Motel
prove-fresh and salt water curtain goes up on the 3 gobblers are allowed for 1e ti ; Joyner's the establishmentof
(5)) opposed
] alike. both the regular and Spring Speckled trout are being CASTS
: Spring turkey season Spring turkey season. Ppwith t $ the Citrus Wildlife
opens Saturday, March 28.j' All counties in the North- season of 196344.Typographical r taken on live shrimp. Numbers (AND SHOTS)
Fishing of all kinds ap- east region (Region 2)) will errors ir of yellow tails are being Game & Fresh Water Fish as an exclusive for deer
archery hunting area
to have be Brad- last week's column resultec taken. Commission Regional Mana-
pears improved over open except Levy, but favored the
( allowing
j', the past week (ides of ford, Madison, that portion of in a clumsy discussion of local lft CRYSTAL RIVER ger, Brantley Goodson released archers an early season on

g March, notwithstanding). of Columbia i County south of fish management areas : Knox Bait HouseLast the following informationlast the area), (6)) favored dove
t On the fresh water scene, State Road 18 and east of and their requirements.In few days very windy, week. Sportsmen of the and waterfowl seasons simi-
.J shellcracker and bream fIsh- Us.441, and Alachua., Hunting essence, this is what I hence few fishermen. Before Northeast Region who attended -
to last and favor-
r ing showed the most improve- is permitted'everyday of, wanted to say: Three: local the winds speckled trout were the public meetings ((1)) favored year, ((7))
the eastside ed and
Paw. Hill fished creel. Bream are starting to legalizing gigging
I, ment. Bass fishing also showed the '16-day 'season (dos ing' lakes are under fish management being taken in goodly numbers the taking of doe deeron
southeast In
the spearing rough
1( .: considerable pro- day is April 12th) from one- (Newnan's, Orangeand ; Johnny hit.TACKLE BOX REPORT on the flats. Grouper and areas which the Commis- Santa Fe and Ichetucknee
'.' Ij gress. Speck fishing probab- half hour before sunrise' to Lochloosa) and all fish- end.Bream be black fish have been taken in mission biologists deem over- Rivers.
i ly showed the least improve. noon. Only gobblers can. be ermen between the ages of fishing should Bass photographed at the recent days. populated, (2)) opposed the
I t t! 15 and 65 are required to pos good-they are feeding on the Tackle Box over the past statewide taking of doe on the Good fishing, hear a lot of
J surface, but no one is fishingfor week were a 7-pounder by There are some tarpon in
sess a valid fishing license to last day of the season, (3)) gobbles, and REMEMBER,
1I 1\\ I fish these managed lakes. them. Jimmy Hazen (caught in the river now; Tuesday a favored a region-wide spring take a boy fishing!
J small (5% pounds) was
I This to fisherman ORANGE LAKE Cooter Pond, caught on a F-
( applies every .
taken on a L. & S mirrow lure.A '"
Thomas Fishing Lodge 109 Devil's Horse date
i county residents in- was ,_ :i
I cluded!). Speck good to excellent; 3-20)); James Carr's 6%-poun- few Spanish mackerel are
: ShW' bass fishing fair to good. Nice der (Newnan's Lake, top- showing up. No kingfish are

raga catches of specks are com- water Paw Paw, 3-20)); L. in yet.
; ; t rNt syA [ mon. Bass up to 5 pounds R. Tyre's 8-pound 7-ounce fisl h

I came in over the past week. (Santa Fe, red worm, 3-21)); THINGS
1 CROSS CREEK SANTA FE LAKE James Carr's 8% and 63 -

Cross Creek Fish Camp Ike's Fish Camp pounders (Newnan's Lake, TO COME

Jkxr Speck fishing good to excel- Speck and bass fishing goodto top-water Paw Paw, 3-21)); Joe
lent; shellcrackers good; excellent Good strings of Carr's 7 pounder (Newnan's The Fourteenth Annual
res.= dY and bass fishing fair to good. specks are coming in. Lake, top-water Paw Paw, Florida Relays Fishing Con-

Limits of specks' common. Mr. Peck (Pennsylvania) of 3-21)); James Carr's (yes test is now underway (it be-
Best bet is trolling along Ike's took a lunker bass of again!) 8-2 and 6-9 pounders gan this morning at daylight); r .,,r2, s >Qy

bonnets in Orange and Loch- nearly 13 pounds Sunday. He (Newnan's Lake, topwaterPaw it will end at noon on Satur-
'0 s.1y YL M'A loosa lakes. Fishing in bon- took lake shiner. March 28. The contestis
I : it trolling a Paw, 3-22)); Willard Stan- day,
nets also good. Shipman's Fish Camp ford's 12-13 pound fish (Santa open to track coaches, athletes -

5I Bill Saunders (Waycross) Speck and bass fishing goodto Fe, live shiner, 3-22)); Robert athletic directors, ma-
I took 6 bass (up to 4 pounds) excellent. Several limits of Hill's 10-15 pound fish (New- nagers and officials of the Contest CatchEmory

I last week on a top-water plug. specks came in over the past nan's Lake, top-water Paw high schools, colleges, and

1 Some tackle has been lost fish- week. Specks are still on the Paw, 3-23)), and Wm. T. Mark- universities entering the Florida Singletary proudly displays a 12-pound, 11-

.. recently to bass while beds. Yellow jig and minnowis ham's 8-14 pound fish (New- Relays, as well as the ounce lunker bass he recently took in Orange Lakeon

... ing the "woods". Shellcrackers best bait. nan's Lake, Shimmy Wiggler, sports writers and broadcasters a black worm. Singletary's bass is second largestin

f are taking live worms in Perry Swinford (wrongly 3-23)). Stanford's lunker (12- covering the Relays. the Tacklebox fishing contest for the month of

the creek. called Terry Twinford last 13)) emerges as the monthly Prizes will be awarded in two March as well as the year.
fJ LEE-MAC'S FISHING week) took a 9-pound bass re- (March) and overall contest divisions: speckled perch

J : LODGE cently casting a black, plastic leader. and bass.
... Speck fishing good to ex- worm from boat along cypress UNIVERSAL WELDING CO. Other particulars about this Relays Fish DEEP SEA

.. cellent; shellcracker fishing trees. Bass are still on the REPORT outstanding event are given

... good to excellent; bass fish- beds. Weedless plugs best for Leon Brinson took 7 bass below. Event Opens FISHINGFrom. I

I Ik .: ,ing fair. bass now: especially good Saturday in Salt Springs Run. No one connected with the
I .. Limits of specks are being baits are the Johnson Spoon Largest went 6 pounds. He University of Florida will be Everybody has a chance to

.. taken in the bonnets on min- and yellow Shimmy Wiggler. was spinning plastic worms eligible to enter. Each fish win during the Florida Relaysthis

k .... nows. Robert Bickinson took Bream fishing is picking up from a drifting boat must be caught unassistedwith weekend including those Steinhatchee Fla.

I ..... __ his limit of specks both Sun- slowly, but surely.ST. Some nice bass up to 10 rod and reel or cane pole i too old, fat or tired to com- ,

I day and Tuesday. JOHNS RIVER pounds were caught over and line. Contestants must !pete with the southland's top on'The
Markham Makes Mark Shellcrackers are bedding in (Lake George and eel grass on the edge of Lake furnish their own equipmentand I track talent.
bonnets along shoreline in Lake Dexter) black transportation. Either
George Saturday on The 13th annual Florida Re-
Little Lochloosa; also are still Ormand's Jungle Den worms. artifical or live bait may be WINNER'
lays Fishing Contest offers an
: William T. Markham shows 8-pound, 14-ounce
in the creek. Speck fishing excellent, Speck fishing in mouth of used. AH entries must be
to all athletes and
:: bass he Shimmy Wigglered) from the waters ofNewnan's CRYSTAL RIVER bass opportunity
fishing fair. Salt Springs run was very weighed in at the University
school officials in
Lake. Markham took the fish at participating 65 Feet Long
:: Monday Knox Bait House
Limit of specks were com- good Saturday. Some shell- Police Station, University the relays to win merchandise 18 Feet Wide
:: 6:15 pjn.what's. Bass, bream, and mullet Florida before 12:00 ,
mon over past week. Bass are crackers are being caughtbut noon prizes for angling skill. Be-
fishing good to excellent. being taken but only a few not many people were Saturday, March 28. This cause Florida anglers claim to Coast Guard Inspected 1

Windsor Paces large ones are coming to fishing for them. weighing station will be open know all the fishing secrets, no Lounge room fir

,. connected with the Univer Snack bar
_t'IIJ(.it.-, _.1 }. ,_",z':"",, .<[B,....., t.1'- "W"They're one Leaves
sity will be eligible to competebut Taylor's Dockat
; Hawks' Victory RESN
: they will be on hand to give 7:30 a.m.

-: new 1 tips in the three day affair Returns 5 to 6 p.m.
Hawks won from Swishers 55-
which begins today and ends at
: from 33 in a Senior League cage noon Saturday.Two .

areas of competition are I $5.00 per person
yesterday. :; Nice .catches of bass goingup open; catching the largest bass $1.00 for Rod & Reel
to 12 pounds were taken
: points fa'Hawks and Tommy during past week. Best live and the largest speckled perch.
.. Bass record is held by Norris
11 for Swishers.
Thomas bait is silver roach; best ar-
i : Dean of Georgia Tech, who Trips open to individuals
:' :\ Broncos beat Buffalo Bills 21-2 tificial is Bang-o-lure. landed a 10-pound, 11 ounce Sat., Sun. and HolidaysFor
Bream are being taken in
and Cowboys won from Raiders numbers on live worms and x. s r9':7Mi catch in 1958, while North Carolina's -

22-9 in Midget League games. cut-shrimp. Mullet fishing is Joe Hilton has the

+ ::y Hall legman led.J3roncos with best in canals.J. perch championship with a Charter Mon., Tues.,

I :NewBtarfltte nine points and Brian McChrist- M. FIELDS' REPORT ; ? ..*6rs.,y 2% pound fish hooked in 1960. Wed., Thurs. i& Fri.
ian and Danny Johnson each Last week's winners inFields' Suggested fishing spots in the
had six for Cowboys. Gainesville area are Newnan
Fishing Contest are
G : Jack Sparks in the bass division Lake, Lake Wauberg, Lake Phone
; 190-S Lochloosa, Orange Lake San- :- Cross CityHY
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and Al Thomas +
(7% pounds) r' 'S4;fta

i ::Meat efficient outboard.ever NOW in the speck division ((1%); T site ta Fe of Lake eight, and championshipcatches. Lake Kerr, 8-3423 I

J built. 90 hp V-4 with 4-barrel no bream were entered.Sid .
cub and straight-in manifold- ON DISPLAY I Meve took his limitof
Push-button electric shift.t .
f bass Sunday on Santa Fe.
OUR PRICE OFF SHORE Largest went 7 pounds. His x "las 17' COBIA $1,429.00

bait the No. 1% Hawai-
was Cruiser
; j ian Wiggler. Sid relates that 65 HP Mercury 907.50
It +
schools of
he saw
BY Motor
+, I HIGHEST "schooling" bass Sunday. _.
xKA 17' Murray Trailer 249.00

; ALLOWANCE Carl's Fish Camp $2,585,50

i J R -TERMS- ATI Speck and bass fishing goodto i Includes: Safety wen Bow rail.
I excellent. Limits of specksare Running lights, Foam bunks. 2
being taken; open wat- Helmsman Seats. Convertible
i 1 GATOR er, around cypress trees, s n Flotation top. Forward Chamber.hatch, and Safely
and bonnets along the edge A

F. MARINE BiR1YIMOJU4 are all good spots. SH Us For Top Trades OUR
::: SALES SERVICE Archie Belcher (Palatka) 2300
1 I.- 1221 E. University Ave. I 601 S. MAIN ST. J I took 8 bass Monday up to And The Best Deals In Town PRICE

I"" ..". FR 2-3333 6V4 pounds on a top-water De

t vil's Horse. Carl relates that PlentifulPictured FRANK'S MARINE

fi. "the bass are really startingto
: FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE bite." above is a fine string of bass caught by Tommy Lewis in New- 1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6-7629
"Check With Charlie" LOCHLOOSA SPRINGS FISH nan's Lake with a yellow Hawaiian Wiggler No. 2. Lewis, a Sun photographer,

: In The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791 CAMP also- snapped the--.- photo.- .

: THIS WEEK, GET A Speck fishing good. Some I

;:. ZEBCO REEL limits of specks in last few I I
Best bet for specks is
,: FOR Get the I Ii
open water; however, goodin fi

1 /2' Price Water bonnets is at high dusk.enough for ,. fc ut <*riot ta'OTD *Unt.. \ ;\Y:7: 'Tt vPx i THUMBS UP deal on a new <1 e

specks to hit small plug, but

f no one 'is fishing for them Solunar Tables [ +, ,
No. 202. I
this way. ( Cud y-clbi" day cruiser with traditional coastal skiff fines and excellent performance.
:.. Reg. $5.95 $27 Shellcrackers and good bream 4 \ % II I: Forward Mats convert to twin berths sheltered by cabin. Molded fiberglass inner and
\ outer Mull bonded with exclusive Foam-Pac process. Whit deck with Marlin Blue huB.
No. 404, should be doing this weekso 'S IISyi(.' eti A: fryY4'L'IIOrk SB xs%> 1kNHMl !%. Rated to 100 hp.Centerline 18';Bum 88*.
I: R$1. $397 n watch outLAKE WAUBERGUF's I f

By Jeha Alee Kafeht j Periods shown hi regular type an of THE ALL-FAMILY 1 i
THE TACKLE BOX Camp Wauberg The schedule of Solunar Periods. as somewhat shorter duration. CHESAPEAKE!
and bass fishing goodto printed below, has been taken from Use Eastern Standard time. BOAT J
Speck A.M. P.M.
I John Alden Knight's
E WE NEVER 'CLOSE: excellent Several limits of Plan your days so that you will be Date Day ML Ma. ML Ma.Friday !
fishing In good territory or hunting In 4:45 11:513:0011x15
Open 'Round The Clock .- 7 Days A Week specks have been taken on good cover during these times. If you Saturday 5:30 11:35. 5:45 11:55 j
4:15 6:30 11:19
wish to find the best sport that each Sunday
minnows. The bonnets are day has to offer. March 2* Sun. 6:15 6:30 liW ,
best Tuesday a man took his The Major Periods are shown in 30 Man. 6:5512:45 7:15 1:05
i boldface type. These begin et the time 31 Tues. 7:45 1:311:00 1:51 j
limit of bass; Wednesday he shown and .last for an hour and a half April 1 Wed. 1:30 2:131:50 2:41
CROSS CREEK CAMP or two hours thereafter. The Minor 2 Thur. f tt 3:051:40 3:30
returned and took 6. His baits \
i the Hawaiian Wiggler, Foam-Pac f
: Black Bass Speckled Perch Brem
black worm, and Johnson Bottom
: 60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water spoon with pork rind. COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Construction

NEWNAN'S LAKE ria far r..clt Day. -rea. Wt.ea Fish Bite Beat" (CANT SINK) \
: \ Gas and Oil Modern Trailer Park McG vray'1 Fish Camp 1 I
: .i Restaurant 'Free Picnic Area Speck and bass fishing FOR THE WEEK MARCH 29 THRU APRIL 5

Motors Camping Facilities good to excellent; specks are HAVE YOU SEEN OUR COMPLETE LINE
I Ii : Guides Launching Ramp being taken in the "woods". I
Hottest spot for specks is 29 .30 31 1 2 3 4" 5
<< t Tackle Good Cabins
the north end. Je: )::::J J:: J:::::> S::::> 2::::>
I .Bait Good Boats Bass are being taken in 1:03 1:46 2:30 3:14:00 -8 5:37 6:27 FREE PARKING i
a .. Ice numbers size is good too.
I a All time Is given in Central Standard time. Add eN hour for the
Call 481-2437 Write Box 311, Hawthorne, Fla. Monday Robert Hill took 7 Eastern time zone; subtract one hour for Rode Mountain time; two
t Our Famous Food. Fresh From The Lake bass up to 10 pounds; Wed- hours for Pacific time. In localities using daylight: saving tIme, add USE YOUR BtflRDS -
: Enjoy nesday he took 6 up to 7 eN hour to time found above. Copyright 196" \

State Road 325 at Cross Creek pounds. Tuesday Johnny tooka Blacker the Fish Better the Day for_Fishing CENTRAL CHARGE 601 SOUTH MAIN STREET .
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(Writings of the Evangelists I .
II have led to confusion over whether

robbers both crucified or only: with one of r Last Hours of Jesus

on Gorman Calvary, C.P.reviled, resolves Him. Auto Service Center
I wounds. Perspiration fro rr
question in this excerpt ,
F weakness as well as exposureto 1
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his book "The Last Hours 3x
the sun increased his thirst.
Jesus.") ...... ,_ / I
: As we have said, the soldiers CHARGE IT BUDGET IT !
.. had of mixture of OU L lT
a jug posca, a
I hS
Two robbers were /1 i sour wine or vinegar and water, DISCOU
to quench their thirst during
with Jesus, one on his r i
the hours of .
long waiting.Christ's
and the other on his left.
, I[ words "I thirst" aroused -
The Gospels do not ; i pity in one of the soldiers.He .
the two robbers. There \
.' y fixed a sponge used as a"
\ many legends concerning ,"-' \ 'j I stopper for the jug on the end
, in early Christian writings, / i of his spear, filled the sponge
J" they are given a' variety .r'" I with the drink, and approached
! names, the most popular I the cross. He pushed the sponge

I I which are Dismas for the |!against Christ's lips and Christ ,
thief and Gestas for the
j drank of the vinegar.The .
None of these writings j
drink which Jesus took
historical weight, however w .a I .,..
probably had the effect of re-
we are left to the details
: ., his fast-ebbing
viving slightly
plied by the Evangelists. ux
j strength. Almost immediatelyhe
E It is immediately spoke again, saying "It k
f that here is an apparent (consummated." (John 19:30))

tradiction between Matthew Jesus certainly referred to the SPRING TIRE AND ACCESSORY
Mark on the one hand and fulfillment of the Old Testamen
on the other. himsel!
prophecies concerning
I The first two Jesus had cried out his fourtr
that the robbers
4 word from the cross with a lou
with Jesus reviled him
voice. Now, a moment
ing by the plural that both j death, he cried out again in F
ed in the reproaches. Luke 4 "Father into
loud voice, saying, ,
the other hand that E
relates they hands I commend my
of them reviled Christ and
spirit." (Luke 23:46)It : )
other reproached him for it. -
after his
was immediately
Two solutions are offered F last word from the cross that r

this difficulty. Some think Jesus died. Here too there is

at first both reviled Jesus. crucified with Jesus observed every a deliberateness that indicates

one of them, touched was taking place ." (Reproduction from that even in dying he is acting
t Christ's patience and early Italian painting) freely. His head does not dropon
I and especially by his his chest after death. Jesus TIRES! SERVICES! ACCESSORIES! -
for the forgiveness of his saw some of his There is something mysterious bows his head and then dies. (
fiers converted and, on the face of things, tube-types, tubeless,block all don. by factory-trot".d everything from a car wash
) was little ; As St. John says: "Bowinghis A wells, whit.wallsvon sport! xprt right on the premlsesi brush to sturdy safe Mat belts! ::
in these words
I I a shocking ;
the other, and confessed Mother of Jesus head, he gave up his spirit."
i of Christ from the cross. He had
Another explanation, and looking up at him.! ((19:30))
at his mother always enjoyed the greatest
better, we think, is that I TOMORROW: The burial of
union with the Father and manifested
thew and Mark used a beneath him,. Jesus: Just who was the man BRANDS.WE WHACKED THOSE REGULAR
: "Woman, behold the greatest trust in him.
plural indicating a category the tomb?
ther than individuals. They I looking at John, Now he speaks as if that union who provided LOW DISCOUNT PRICES RIGHT
II *
mentioned the mockery of I I.f Disciple, he said, had been broken, as if the Father k

onlookers and of the chi mother" St. John had bandoned him, as if 9 TO THE BONE!
Scribes and : : from that hour the l.enemies had been right \\ L
priests t '
had taunted him that God w- -
I her into his house. i they '
to mention q
"i They go on II' had forsaken him.
I( : ) I \
type of mocker, robbers, ; t'I .t1\l
use the plural although first three Gospels I All we have to do to refute I

was question of only one. I extraordinary phe-:such an opinion is to recall thata

is not an unusual practice.The I accompanied the[ few moments later Jesus ad- .JJa SAVE 2-10
robbers crucified w i I: of Christ. As St. dressed himself to God in wordsof : PA,* + :
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Christ observed everything : : "It was now about complete trust and con. t
I and there was fidence: "Father, into thy off
was One taking made place.the j the whole land hands I commend my spirit." S :y 20b b\ ctt ; T71'rc'r j

I hour. And the (Luke 23:46))
of the enemies
move joining :: ..." (23:44--15)) Month Road HazardGUARANTEE 1' t R
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Ii 1 = 7I In Chiefland Wreck I TODAY'S DOW JONES I. -

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f iLttliD: : I Rails I Up 0.35138.02
I Util I Up 0.361 ( following market quotations .

I } Mother, FSU Student HIGH SPRINGS GIRL 282.3 I Stocks IUp 0.71 of are the requested Sun financial specifically page. by The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS. /
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1 Victims in Head-On Mishap TV SHOW WINNERA here.) ..
\ IC) N.w York Times _
CHIEFLAND A 20-year ,Anderson has scheduled an in- p. p-- Late
High Springs girl won more than $3,500 worthof Morning
J old Chiefland mother, Mrs. quest into the wreck at 9 a.m. Friday High Li ow Close Net Chg. ::
prizes including a week's trip to Madrid for
131.44 132.04 off .24
25 Rails 132.88 .
I* ''I t Floy Cutchens Miller, and a tomorrow at the courthouse. as- .
} two on a national television quiz show. Industrials 818.22 808.31 812.83 ,off .41 N. Y. Listing
25 .
''I; Florida State University student -sisting with the investigation I .
I .- from Jacksonville were were Cpl. A. P. Floyd of the i Gail Guynn, 22-year-old daughter of Mrs. Louise ClosingsThe 50 Stocks 475.55I 469.87 472.43 off ..33Mort.
.1 Guynn of High Springs and Ellis Guynn of Gainesville
| killed in a head-on car collision FHP and the Levy Countysheriff's New York Stock I 14% Guaranty Ins ,27%
after- office. / will appear on "The Price Is Right" quiz New York' (AP) IntPap 31i
t : near here late yesterday the American I
show again tomorrow.She Exchange, Cinerama '_ 10% Pacific SW Air 45'" STOCKS
\ i noon. Besides her infant son, Mrs. and most Jones&L 78AllisChal .
/ Stock Exchange Computer Sci 25% Schlitz Brewing 471,2Secur. '
is graduate student at Columbia .
et a Universityin KaisAl 39
Miller is survived by her hus- commodity exchanges Cutter Labs 17% Life & Tr. 68 -
I Mrs. Miller's five-months-old New York and is studying for her Masters degreein AmAir 49 Ken'cott 82%
band, George Miller of Chief- will be closed for the observance .
.I who was in the psychology.The Data Control 37% Southern Nitro 1814 AmBdPar 38% .
son, Lig&My 744
land, and her parents. of Good Friday Fulton Inds ._ 8%, Travelers Ins ._ 48%
car driven by his mother, miraculously prizes she won this morning totaled $3,640 i AmCan 42U Loch'd W: ...
Funeral is handling tomorrow.N. Jim Walter ... .. '
Knauff Home
serious in- Gen Develop 4% 34%
escaped and include a piano, crystal set and a dining room AmCyan 63% Lorillard 444AmMot
i jury.Th. arrangements for Mrs. suite. Mackey Airlines 7 16% Mag'vox 39

Miller and for Northrup. Mead Johnson ._ 21 MUTUAL FUNDS &: AT&T 138Ti Mpls Hon 124
/ dead FSU student was I Y. STOCKEXCHANGE Pac NW Tel '_ 22%
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identified by Trooper J. K. Philips Elec; 48%

( Wade of the Florida H i g hway Grand Indicts Four Redwing ,Carriers '_ 11% Affiliated Fund 8.52 Anaconda Ampx Cp 47tt-Mons'to 26% Mohasco 72 13 ..

Patrol as Kenneth Pearce Nor- Jury RIC Group __ 9 Capital Life & Gr 9.95 Armour 50. MontWd 36%

thrup, 20, of Jacksonville. He Abbott Lab 2.40 112 Sperry R. Wts ._ 8% Divers Growth .: 9.83 Babcock 60 NatDair 70%

: was a passenger in a car driv- Allied Cern 1.80 55% Syntex '_ ._ ._ 87'ampa Dividend Shares 3.69 B&O 42U NatDist 28

en by another FSU student Former FEC Amerada Pt 2.00..... 75% Elec ._. 26 Dreyfus ._ ._ 20.35 BethStl 38 N.AmAv 52 _
j Henry Lewis Allen, 20, of Day- Employes Am Elc Pow 1.16b 40% Tech Measur ..._. 21% Fidelity Capit 11.33 Boeing 44V Penney 507g

tona Beach. Amer Enka 1.40a 64% TWA Wts ._ ._ .. 22% Fidelity Fund 17.5-1 Brunswk 104 PRR 307

Allen, who received multiple Amer Home 1.44a 66 Valspar ._ ._- .. Fidelity Trend ._ 18.88
MIAMI Fla. (AP-A federal able and wreck" trains of the and with CaterTr 59 PepCola 48S8: _
conspiracy actually!
fractures, was listed in seriouscondition Amer M Fdy .90 19 OVER THE COUNTER Fund'tal Invest 10.69 Celanese
) this morning at the grand jury has indicted four strike-bound railroad.All plotting to dynamite a train. Armco Stl 3.00 73% Alico Land .- .. 7% Income of Boston 8.28 PhilMor 73%
former Florida East Coast Rail four men, the last of Dates of the Chrysler 46 PhilPet 4858 _
University of Florida Medical Atch Topka 1.20a 28% Amer Fidel Life 24 Incorporated Inc 9.78 Cocacola
122 RCA 357a
Center, where he underwent way employes on charges that whom was arrested Wednesday, are given in the indict. Bauch Lomb 1.20 34% Amer Heritage 21% Keystone K-2 ._ ._ 5.61 Com Ed 48
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surgery last night. they conspired to "derail, dis are charged on two counts of ments as "from" Feb. 1, 1964 to) Baxter Lab .36 25% Amer Nat Ins ._ 20 Keystone 5-3 ._ 17.06 ConEdis 864 RepStl Revlon 464 38

f Wade said the accident hap- the present. Five FEC trains; Beckman In 58% Amer Pion'r Life .... 5% Keystone S-4 4.75 ContCan 45/4 ReyTob 41
have been blown off the tracks! Beech LF S 1.10 49 Anheuser Busch 43% "
mile east. Life Investors '_ ._ 19.97 DowChe
pened at 6:10: p.m. a 70 StRegP 35'i
Clay Agreed to Freezing since Feb. 1. Bristol .80 ..- 634 Anodyne ._ 4%
My '
of Chiefland on Alt. U. S. High- ? Life Stock Fund 7.75 duPont 259'4 Sears 105% .
said that As the indictments were re Brown Shoe 3.40 884 Citizens Bank 37 Mass. Inv Trust 16.17 EAL .

the way two 27. FSU The trooper students, on their: Of Purse To Get Title Bid turned, the Miami News reported .. Brunswick 10% Conn Lt & Pow '_ 37% Mass Inv. Growth ._ 8.62 E.Kodak 127 35 Socony Sinclair 45 72

to Daytona Beach for the that dynamite found lashed I Cambell S. 2.40 117% Cowles Mag & PB 13% Pioneer Fund ._ 9.73 Firestone 434 SouthnC 54S8 ..
way headed east. .to the FEC tracks near Ver) Carter Pdt 1.ooa 60% Dun & Bradst ._ 61% Puritan Fund ._ 9.56
weekend, were WASHINGTON (AP-Senate) Association.He FlaP&L 74% SperryR 18%
Beach March 12 was part oi fCaseJ.L- ..:.. 104 Firs West Fine 18%
crossed I Putnam Growth 15.58
Their somehow Ford 55
car investigators learned today that told the Senate Antitrustand StBrand 75
the 800 pounds stolen from tht! Cessna Air 1.00 _.. 26% Florida Gas 10% TV & Elec 8.20
the centerline of highwayand half of Cassius Clay's Monopoly subcommittee Frept Sul 36% StONJ 84%
purse Home Company near ,Homestead :- Ches Ohio 4.00 70% Fla. Nat'l Bank 60 .
collided head-on with Mrs.Miller's ,, Value Line Inc 6.35 Frueh Tr
30% Studebak
that Liston 7
from the title refused'to to %
heavyweight fight: agree the weekend of Feb. 1-3:.CoasSGas 364 Fla. Tel ._ ._ 25 Fund _
car which was headed with Liston is held I without the rematch Wellington 14.89 GenDyn 28% Swift 47'8
Sonny being a fight
Latest to be arrested in .
the S CBS 1.80b 42/4 Forrest Labs 26% Purchases '
said. 38-1.067 GenEl
west, Wade the up to make sure Clay complies i clause. case: by FBI agents was Johr 1 Comb Eng 1.20 ._ 28% Founders Life 9% Short Sales 2,176 85% Texaco 73%
dead at
Northrup was : 89% Thiokol 16%
\; Wade said, and Mrs. with a rematch contract. Katsikos, 40, a part-time college Cone Mills .80 15% Franklin Life 56% Other Sales 413,852 GenMills 41% U Carb 123
; scene, %
,'I I Miller was dead on arrival at Gordon B. Davidson, attorney: Earlier Story student, father of four, anc(I Contl Airl .40 25% Great Amer ._ 62 Total Sales 416,028 GenMtrs 82% UnitAirc 47%
Mill: for the Louisville group sponsor. recording secretary of Loca lContlIns2.2O.58% Grolier 4H4 Advances 615 Goodrich
the Medical Center. Mrs. 57% UnFrt
er's infant son rece'/ed: head I ing Clay, said terms of the rematch on Page 13 555 of the Brotherhood of Rail- Contrl Dat .. _.. 79% Gulf Life .- 54% Declines _- .- 479 Goodyr 45% US Steel 60 22%

admittedto I provision were a "subter. road Carmen. Corn Pdts 1.50 65% Herff Jones ._ 15% Unchanged __ 247
bruises but was not Greyhnd 52% UnivMat 124
the hospital Wade said. fuge" to get around the ban or a "We didn't like it," Davidson Delta Air 1.60 97% Home Insurance 61% Total Issues ._. 1,341 GulfOil 53% WestgEl 36%
rematches by the World Boxing Reveals Det Steel .60 15% Jax Minit Mkts ... ._..
According to Wade, Aller a .: said, "we don't like it, but we 63 6 New 1963-64 Highs 126 IntHarv 70% WinnDix 304

I said that he had been up all I had to swallow it. .because Emerson El 1.00 444 Kennasaw Life ._ .? 13 New 1963-64 Lows 59 IntNick 74% Wcolwth 74%

the previous night crammin USF Students Clay wanted to fight for the Fair Camra .50g 27 Life of Fla 5%

that he could title." Area RoadDeatll Finanl Fed .. 63% Lowes Company 18%
for exams, so
I Fst Chartr 1.97f 45 Milgo Electron .. 13%
make the Daytona trip. MassDemonstrations is investi- FLASHES I
Stage The subcommittee FlaECst._ 9%
The said that Mrs. N Y SEMost Active Stocks MARKET
trooper gating the circumstances surrounding -' :
TollNine Food Fair .90 ...... 194
Miller had been to Williston to the Feb. 25 fight at Miami FMC Corp 1.00 57% Comp. Vol. Close Changes ..

take her mother, Mrs. E. E Beach in which Clay won North Central Florida a Gen Tele .88 344 148 700 Leh Val Ind 2% off % NEW YORK (AP-The) stock January rate they were far

Cutchens of Bronson, to the TAMPA (AP-Male students: the championship after Liston counties accounted for 109 of the Ga Pacifi l.OOb 634 80 100 U S Steel 60 up 1% market advanced steadily early ahead of a year ago. Analysts
doctor. She had put her mo of the of South Florida 1,489 deaths 70 300 Gen Tire 26 up I1/ this afternoon in heavy trading. continued to
University -failed to come out to fight in the that occurred or a Getty Oil .10g ._-.,_ 30 mention that finan- -
ther out at her home in Bron-, staged a mass demonstra, seventh round. Florida highways last year, Grace Co l.OOb 544 53 900 Cont Airline 25% up Gains of most key stocks cial reports for the first quarter ...

son and was returning to ChIef. tion early today to protest the The hearings, which wound up statistics by the Florida Department Heine Curt .80 27 52 500 Gen T & T 34% up % were moderate but buying per- should make bright reading for .

land when the accident occur cancellation of a scheduled ap. their third day today, are part of Public Safety re- IBM 5.00 .. 5864 51 800 Chrysler 45% off % vaded many sections of the list. investors.The :

.4 red.Wade pearance by Chicago Bears i of consideration of a bill which Int Min C 1.80a 68 51300RCA 35% off % The cigarette stocks made Associated Press average -
; said that neither of the quarterback Bill Wade. would create a federal boxing' veal.Marion and Alachua Coun_ Int Tele 1.00 5n4 50 200 Penn R R 30% off V fairly substantial gains for this of 60 stocks at noon was up .8

cars, which were totally de: The 1,500 men tried to turn a czar. They will resume Monday. ties recorded the highest death 1 .llogg .80a -- 42 49 100 Hupp Cp 8% up % depressed group, some of the !fat 301.5 with industrials up 1.08,
molished, apparently was ex: Liston's business adviser is tolls with 40 and 31 fatalitie Lehman Cp 1.34e 294 45 700 Gen Motors 82 up 78 advances going to a point cr rails up .2 and utilities un
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respectively. Union 68%
Coun t -
said Allen has been charge i raid but were repulsed in the north of Alachua the y; Lone S Cm 1.00 -- 214 41 100 Am Mch Fdy 19 up y Steels were active and frac- i Dow Jones industrial average -
in the lane. rush on the dormitories by po was onlj 39 600 Gibralter 31% off V 4 tionally higher. Motors were unchanged at
with driving wrong : county in the state that Marsh Fid 1.60 40% noon was up 1.73 at
Levy County Judge W. F lice and by co-eds dumping wa Bradford Taxes reporte I Martin M 1.00 37 400 Murphy Oil 26 up 174 to a bit higher. 814.89.
deaths the 18th
.: ter on them from upper storj no on highways ii 1 37 100 Pure Oil 47% up 2% The rise included The market
McG Hill .60a was higher from
90 Per Cent In 1963. Dade led 36%
County the stab
AAUP Slates'd windows. wih 160 Mead Corp 1.70 48V1i Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks; drugs, electronics, rubbers, the start and held most of its
The physical education depart,- STARKE Bradford County Merck 2.ooa Volume Close Change, chemicals, electrical equipments
ment had arranged for Wade t<) Alachua County registere,d 58 100 Kaiser Industr 9 and rails. gain.Prices
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reports Nail Airl .80 .... 48 : were generally higher
i Three UF Deans address an awards dinner. Th<< that about 90 per cent of 2,045 of the 5,437 accidents re.- NY Centl .50g 32 47 900 Nuclear Cp Am 3 unch; The business news background in moderate trading on the

\.I speech was cancelled by Dr. the county's $504,000 tax roll ported in the area. The numbe;rNiaM Pow2.00._. 50% 44 100 Hazel Bishop 8% off % remained quite good. Al- American Stock Exchange.

As Speakers Herbert Wunderlich, dean of stu- has been collected.To of accidents reported in Florid.a Norfolk W 6.00 126 41 800 Odgen Corp 9% up v though machine tool orders in Corporate and U.S. govern

dent affairs, because he said th< date, Kelly said, a total of in 1963 was 143,798. One per cen.tNoJdpS143 56% 38 800 Pentron Elect 3unchYOUR I February declined from the ment bonds were mixed.

I', .o universiiy_!_____:... oi_r 'lUUua 11.1_ _PlUl__t_;_).' .....t'r"b'r'Y" ..rnf' w.i..ht" .rc... "fk......,.I.>. *.>1'Lt.... ..". rats L__ L ueea___ _pam_:..1 aim_: _..I cut__ of the state's total accident- -__n_ No Nat Gas 1.80 -- 53

.... sors will get a new look of the hopes" that the school was go- estimated $15,000 in discountshas were the fatal while 2 per cent of Olin Math 1.20 46%

university through the eyes of ing to start a football program. been earned by pre-pay- area's accidents ended In I Owens Jl G 2.50 -, 95 4 MONEY'S

: three of its newest deans to- Five highway patrolmen and ment. death. ]Pac G&E 1.00 31 WORTH .

I Ir night. eight sheriff's deputies were Deadline for payment of tax- Approximately three times :Pac Lting 2.40 593/4

called in to augment the campus es is April 1. After that a pen as many accidents occurred out- ]Pac T&T 1.20 __ 30%

Members the American of the Association UF Chapterof of police force when the demon- alty of three per cent on real side cities as within city limits. :Pan Amer A 1.20 77 Social Security Swindles \ !

stration started at 1:30 a.m. estate and one per cent on per Parke Dav 1.00 30 4
Professors will heara Gets New
University There were no arrests and no sonal property taxes will be Job Pennzoil 2.00 73 j7ii1' .
talk "A New Look at the University ..
Perkin El _ ...
injuries. imposed.the 40 .
In Ocala Firm .
of Florida" at 8 p.m. in Pfizer .80a .
q'I 46;. ===_=== By Sylvia Porterf.. \:
the Physics Building Audi .
DG 3.00 -
Morgan McClain ? 6878
has been "'
torium. Tax Cut Boosts Polaroid .20 ..
moted to -
parts manager of the Pub Sv E G %.60 1663's Among the most contemptible j r n e n t. Another impersonatoralked 1 against these and other swindlers -
Ocala -
will be Dr. branch 7578
Speaking ByronS. at Ring Power :
Pure Oil 1.60 crooks in the U.S. today are t an 86yearold man into ?
dean of the University 47;
Hollinshead, Corporation.
1 :Rayonier 1.00 those who are victimizing Sot t urning over $750. Beware of anyone who posesas
College; Dr. Thomas L.. Easter Morgan is a native Flori- :Rexall .50b ..- 0 35 cial Security beneficiaries for a Social Security employeand
Martin Jr., dean of the Collegeof BuyingJatie dian and has ten : 43 He may claim that the Soci-
in most these elderly
years exper- Reyn Metl! .50 cases are promises anything for a
and 41% 11 Security office is
Dr. A. T.
Engineering ience in the :
parts field. He was Rich Merr 1.00 people primarily or wholly dependent fee. Ask to see identificationand
York, provost of agriculture.Dr. By JACK LEFLER income tax cut. formerly employed by the Bur- :R C Cola 1.20 -- 46 57 on their Social Security -< how well current monthly if you have any doubts at
aayments are meeting the ben-
Cecil Smith, newly-elected I AP Business News Writer I Merchants say most of the effect ford Equipment Company of Roy Dutch 1.73g ... 41th checks for support, and themes I ficiary's needs, ask to all, call the nearest Social Security

president of the AAUP chapter,I NEW YORK (AP) Easter of the tax reduction is psychological -Marianna, and served as parts ,Searle Gd .90 ?- 55 least able to sustain any :ee how much of the may last checks office. If you really need

( and other new officers will bE buying appears headed for a because taxpayers manager for MasseyFurgerson.In Singer 2.00 98th loss of money or shock. j, still unspent and then find a help in applying for benefits

.' Introduced during the meeting. record, helped by a boost from haven't realized much as yet in 1960 he joined the Jos. L. Smith Kin 1.20a _._ 67% Yet a cruel fact is that the 1 way to grab the cash and disap- keeping accounts, there are legitimate -

the way of savings. Rozier Company of Orlando as Sou Cal Ed 1.C5 311. Social Security Administration I pear. A widow who showed a lawyers and account.anti

Shopping got off to a rather parts counter man. St Oil Cal 2.00 _eo 61% has in recent months turned up "Social Security man" $75 in who will provide the assistance

fast start because Easter fallsso Morgan was employed by 5t Oil Ind 2.00b 61 victims of confidence men instates e ash and then went to the kitchen at reasonable fees.

ISEEby 1 1I early this year, and was reported -,Ring Power Corporation Feb Sterl Drug .65 29=%! ; ranging from New York I Ito (: to get the man a glass of Beware of anyone who prom

picking up steam as the ruary of 1963. Texas Util 1.20 58 4 ; California. A shocking statis- ,water, came back to find the ises extra or special benefits.

I Ii. holiday approached.In In his new position as Ocala Textron 1.40Tidewater tic is that one third of the ]man' and the $75 gone. Ask the local Social Security office -

New York, J. Gordon parts manager, Morgan will be 38% 40,000 to 50,000 government for an explanation at once.

I the SUN Dakins, executive secretary of responsible for parts control, Trans W A checks stolen and forged annually (2)) The "claims helper." He I Know when your Social Se-

i. I III I the National Retail Merchants parts service and customer re Union Pac 1.60a 39r 'are' Social Security bene- will offer to assist individuals in curity check normally arrives

I t ti'tI Association, said reports from lations. Und Air L L50b 59 checks.. An appalling truth is ]preparing tax returns and paying and watch for your check on

\ ALACHUA GENERAL and son, Dock Mrs. around the country indicated a Upjohn 1.00 52 t that despite repeated warnings, : taxes. that date. Most checks are

March 24 Lillie G. Griffin, Charlotte Tyler, B. 5 per cent gain over last year Shaver Joins WarLamb.70. 2TI. aged beneficiaries continue to His fees will be exorbitant or mailed by the 3rd of each

BIRTHSMr. McElwain although snows, floods and tornadoes Worthintn 1.50 43% be easy prey for the swindlers. I unauthorized and generally payable month. If your check does not

and Mrs. Garnie Hatch, Mrs. Clarita, Meigs S. Crownover B. Haggerty anc,,,i hampered shopping in Trane Co. OfficeRobert Xerox _eo 88% How do the crooks work? : out of the proceeds of the arrive on schedule, wait no

P. 0. Box 534, Alachua, a boy; daughter, Sylvia I. Cassels and I some areas. W. Shaver has joined Zenith 1.20a 85% How can you guard yourself or first check to the beneficiary.He more than four days before inquiring \
Pj Dakins said the tax cut beneficiary know may pretend he is filing a at the Social Security
Mr. and Mrs. Willard G. Stall- daughter, Mrs. Barbara F. Nor,. was Trane Company's sales officeas any you
ings, Box 148, Cross City, a boy. one element making it possible dealer against them? tax return and paying the taxes office.
man and son, Mildred Rutledge. a specialist, MertonT. a Also extra or extrasb .
due and neither file the Do not endorse check
ADMITTED to sell more goods. People have There are three main categories return your until
Jr., of: Annual rate plus stock dividend
Vine Bell McNiel, Sheila Kay, ACCIDENT ROUNDUP fewer worries and more confi- the Gainesville office manager has of Social Security crooks. nor send on the tax funds you are ready to cash it, :

Fowler, Mrs. Ethel Y. Cook, Involved In accidents reporter I dence in the future, he said, and nounced. an- ((1) The impersonator. He is the beneficiary has entrusted to J I and by no means let anyone I

f fi Harry L.. Layfield, Jenny Mor- to Gainesville Police during the are spending accordingly. Trane is manufacturer e Declared or paid so far this the. confidence man who will him. else cash it, for this is a federal ..
a of ..
gan, all of Gainesville; Dixie last 24 hours: Most of the money, as usual, ; year pose as a Social Security agentin (3)) The unscrupulous insurance offense.

i 9 1 1I Kay Stallings, Cross City; ,Kim- W. C. O'Neal, 621 SW 26U 1 is going into apparel for the air conditioning and heating, ventilating f' Paid in stock, in 1963, esti order to gain the confidence promoter. He will deceive Keep your mail box locked, .
heat transfer
I berly Elaine Thomas, Archer; Place, rolled from a parked position Easter parades. equipment mated cash value on ex-divi-of a beneficiary and entrance the beneficiary on the advantages ,.andifyoudonotplantobeat :

Deidra J. Cain, Alachua; SarahC. at NW 14th Avenue an
Still, Williston; Rosetta Biv- 18th Terrace and struck a treat
ins, Jennings; Joseph R. Bull- 8:44 p.m. yesterday.Eric trend is up in most areas. Shaver is a 1962 graduate of or an increase In monthly I For instance the promoter ;- for a trusted relative or -

::t4I ington, Starke; Robert C. And- A. Todd, Fitchburg:, "On a day for day basis we Lousiana Tech with a BS in in- AMERICANSTOCK benefits after payment of a set might give the false impression friend to be there to receive it.

I erson, Chiefland. Mass., and Judy Haynes Will t. are beating sales recorded the dustrial engineering. Prior to EXCHANGE fee. One impersonator tricked that his insurance company Rest assured that your local

I .... DISCHARGED lams, Palatka, at SW 13th Stree t same number of days before receiving his field assignment, an elderly beneficiary into paying .I is "backed up" by the Socia 1 Social Security office is ready .

:0 Mrs. Harriett W. Read and and 18th Place at 8:19: pin t. Easter last year," said Geoffrey, Shaver completed the Trane! Aerojet-Gen 41% a fee of $98 in return fora Security Administration and tha t to help you with any questions ....

: son, Chalmer Bellflower, Mrs., yesterday Swaebe, president of the May, specialized graduate engineering Analex Corp 32% "bonus" of $300. if the company couldn't pay th<< or problems. Visit, phone or '

I :Q Mattie V. Mitchell, William W. Fire Calls Co. department stores of Los i training program consisting l Aqua Chem 18% He may inform a beneficiarythat i beneficiary's claim, the Socia I writetheoffice-andifyouare :
I .. of instruction Trane Plastics ._ 32% Social Security has over- :Security System would tak unable to go in person ask the
Yates, Johnie Ellis Jr., ThomasM. ; The fire department reportei a Angeles, .'We arc looking .forward on pro Aurora -
Stephens, Mozella N. Webb I it had no calls during the lai it to the impact of the taa; ducts, an- their 'heat, transfer r Barnes Engineer ._ I 23H paid him and that he has been care of it. office to send,a Social Security ...:

and daughter, Mrs. Bernlce s., 24 hours. cut being very good." theory ;nd practice. Butler Shoe ._ 8 sent to collect the overpay I How can you guard yoursel f representative to call on you.11 ,

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20 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 26, 1964



I JR.. deceased
The State of Florida To All Person
Interested In the Estate of laid Decedent
You are hereby notified that a writ"
ten i instrument purporting to fc* the
Last Will and Testament: of Mid decedent FREE
J has been admitted to probate In

,i; .J said You six Court.calendar are hereby months commanded from the within date GOOD/YEAR APPRECIATION DAYS COKE & I

of this notice
f t of the first publication
..., to appear in said Court and show
1 cause if any you can.: why the action CHIPS
of said Court in admitting said Will to.

. probate Judge H.should H. McDONALD.not stand vnrevoked.county Starts 8 a.m. Ends 6 p.m. Saturday BIG DAYS !

1 Alachua County. Florida ,
By -. Clerk.
First publication on March 12. AH

1 (3154) 3:li 19. 26; 4. 2 .. ? J J J .1 J J .1 J J J J J : J J .i r t J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J

i OFD _
J FLORIDA IN AND FOR ALACHUAJCOUNTY. i Now's the time We're warehouse and stockrooms to bring these !;'
Y") ROSALIE. MEHAFfEY.FLORIDA. IN' CHANCERY4 I I A '1':: to buy. cleaning our you savings

vs.HENRY Plaintitf J. WALKER and, wife g' c f1 Many one-of-a-kind, odd lots, all specially priced. Many other clearance values not advertised!

and wife. CORA U BASS. \
e i Defendants I IAII Westin house AUTO Folding Aluminum
t IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OFt M''I'J f 4' i'eea
TO. Henry J. Walker and wife, SPECIALS !!bits a Current ,

t Emma 2403 Maplewood J. Walker Avenue : ( LAWN CHAIR _

Toledo 6. Ohio SPECIAL PRICES ,I Ii
a suit in equity has been brought a Up to ]1-2 months to Lightweight,
against you and G .W. 'BASS and wife I ALL FIRE ARMS $3 99 ."
for Service Work
CORA L. BASS, in the Circuit Court, pay Weatherproof Charcoal I Lighter I f
f ighin Judicial Circuit, in and for i Has 1"aluminum
Alachua County. Florida."and )011 ,a/e. 30 % OFF frame that folds No
hereby summoned, ordered and. require muss C1OO
ed to file your written Answer or. de- 45 LEFT I IN STOCK Full Width flat! for storage: Automatic fumes IVy
tenses to the Complaint .filed herein, Flat arm rests
against' you in the above entitled cause, yOU I ASKED FOR IT! FLOOR MATS durable and wasn- r I If f, STEAM-DRY IRON or odor
in the Office of the Clerk of the Cii'cuit able t Neat-Proof wooden
Court In and for Alachua County, /
Florida at his Office in the CourtHouse So many of our best customers I Cuddly Easter Bunnies 2.48BRAKE Super Handle
in Gain svlle.: Florida on or before & Animals 2.99 if Value $677. tes matches,
the 30th day of April 1964 and ,
/ .
to serve a copy of such Answer or de- have asked us to repeat the Preferred and nplo.lfluid.
11' tenses upon BATES & JONES. Plain 1 Easy Ironing with maximum t{ Bu\')" duty G.E heat-
tiff attorneys 'herein, whose address Customer Sale had / 4 i ing element $.ft. cord
we just steam effect Aluminum
I 15 Miller Building. P. 0.. Box 396 24" Bar-B-Qsee Grill SPECIAL
Gainesville Florid. on or before said Soleptate fabric heat control >
i date as required by the lutS of Flor to do it. Read about these special w/hood, spit & mtr. Save wi '-..
ida and the 1954 Florida Rules of Civ 10.99 Adjust brakes, check and
II Procedure values. Dozens of others In the store-'p "
If you fail to do so. a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against r -.
you for the relief demanded in the 75 foot TerryCloth 1.19 swis ,1

Complaint. HERE I TIS I !
You are further notified that the nature Spring
GardenHose ,. Easy
of said suit is for a foreclosure of Seat
.i, a Mortgage executed by you and recorded td Special
in Official Records Book 3, t Covers Ask Us About Carr r
page 505-507 of the Public Records of
Alachua County, Florida upon the fol- 1.50 2.99 FREE SAFETY CHECK II Pou er/uI8"
lowing described property Situate lying No Obligationwarn PORTABLE 18"
and being m Alachua County. Florida,
.''I t to-wit: an.
Lot Eight (I) of Bishop's Replat of Fold-Up Grill Pruner
Clock One (1) of Range Seven (7) of
the Original Survey of Gainesville as .
per plat thereof recorded in Plat Book Easy to $ /i 99rdt Garden
"A". page 127 of the public records of LOOK AT THE FEATURES 97
Alachua County Florida. $8" CarryAllposition Value
ALSO: : i
Begin at the Northwest corner of / grid has No finer for the
said Lot Eight (S) of Bishop's Replat crank height adjustment pruner
of Block One OJ Range Seven (7) of OF THIS LOW-PRICED FOLDING CHAISE chrome plated. price Hardened: steel
tne Original Survey of Gainesville as : Made' Painted handles,
the point of beginning; from said t Adjustable back 4-position;, lounge Steel handles fh'ellt'Jts. firm.grip .
Point of beginning run North Nine has 6
length webs 16 width webs
H) feet to a point thence run East
Forty three (43) feet to a point; I I ECONOMY TIRE I-Inch tubular aluminum frame "' 'h' .
thence run South Nine (9) feet to a ; JA'J:"
point at the Northeast corner of said
Lot Eight (S), thence run West Forty ; .
.three (43) feet to the point of beginning wi4
The name of the Court in which" this I
suit has been instituted Is Circuit I 3-T NYLON 4, ,Is
Court Eight Judicial Circuit, Alach : Large Cake Savers
ua County Florida. and the abbreviat.ed :
title of this case is Rosalie, MeHaf. Dish Rack & Drain Board
fey. Plaintiffvs- Henry J. Walker and .8
wire Bass, and Emma wife J., Cora Walker L. Bass and G Defend. W IF YOU HOLD A CHARGE-A-PL OR S NO LIMIT GUARANTEE Poly 3 Bronze Tub &Waste Dish Baskets Pan 8

this Order and Notice shall be published -
once ((1) a week" for four (4) consecutive I MADE WITH TUFSYN
weeks in THE GAINESVILLE ""' '' i"2 4"i 1i! '
DAILY SUN a newspaper published DRIVE IN-PRESENT PLATE OR CARD- t 8 """ .arTva.v, .

'In Gainesville Florida, and having a t

general Florida' circulation in Alachua County AND YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT WILL BE TURN-PIKE PROVEDc11LCh HOLE SPECIAL! GOOD/YEAR \ ,

WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the .
said Circuit Court of Alachua TIGHTEN IT YOUP. CAR WITH OUR -- 7
Florida and the seal of the said Court lll .
at Gainesville, Alachua County Florida a FRONT-END ALIGNMENT .
on the 23rd day of March A. D. .
1964. f\
n'e Do- I
of the Circuit Court. llere9s'Whnt

Alachua BY: EMILY County.WATERHOUSE Florida i 1. Completely align $ 1 7
Deputy ClerkH. front end 9 5
G. BATES. 2. Correct camber, raster. 6 ,
of Bales & Jones and toe-in j
Attorneys at Law ..._ -' $ '
II W. University Avenue .', 6 3. \V eU repack front s.rta :
tcullGive )
P O Box 396 wheel bearings t .
N Gainesville, Florida' L bump er-to-bulnyet '
? (314) 3:26; 4: 2, 9. If check
N O safety
., '

Eliza Denton Gilbert Denton. Henry nL ,-
Denton Rachael Denton James > ;
I Denton Amy Denton Ella Tucker

i I Samuel Tucker Tucker l C.Carew Tucker Clara Tucker Tucker Lois Tucker Miftie Willie ciauoia Den A.- MONEYDOWN R r// Big 19"vt Rotary 24" Riding

ton. and Rachael! Denton Haile. if any
or all of said Defendant or Defendants
1 are living and it any or all of said ml
Defendant. or Defendants are deceased f1 e Compare This Low, Low Price MOWERS
the unknown .
spouse heirs devisees
grantees, creditors or other par. .. ( &.i 1\\ e Dependable 2.5 H.I Engine
ties claiming by, through under
i1 Adjustable Cutting Height
or against any such deceased Defendant $10999Ii
or Defendants. If alive, and if F' : I \ Staggered Wheels! Close Trim!
dead their unknown heirs, devisees .
grantees. legatees. and all parties 8 t Want the best mower buy in town?
I. having or claiming to have any right $2.50 A Week
I tale, or interest in and to the prop- Get behind this fast. orl.ing Olympic

I arty The herein West described One-Quarter to (SV'wit.:) of LotSeven a "z I rotary( mower Non.scalping wheel design Budget Terms

(7) in Section Nine (9)). TownShip .t r 1 front chute.
'? Automatic release' clutch
I Ten (10) South Range NIRf'o't..n <
(19) East Lying and being in I forward neutral reverse
Alachua County, Florida less the : $ -
auto-type steering
Vest kitty SOl feet thereof for a gears
road right- 'way >, recoil-start aCTS 4-cyce.!
You and each of you are hereby se-
vereally notified that Charles Clifton :
Jr. has filed his sworn Complaint in I r 9
the Circuit Court of Alachua County.' i
Florida. against you and each of you BIG
I as Defendants seeking to quiet the ALL .
title, to the above described real property '
located in Alachta County, ; f
Florida. t : SAVAGE
t You are further notified tnt the return $ .
day of this Notice to Defend .
; April 13th. 1964, and you shall on sat .
f I t date serve a copy of your defense, if, WEATHER } -
any. upon Lowry & Andrews., Attorn, V I 2/2 H.P, 4-Cycle
t 670(15 tube- '' %
eys for Plaintiff whose address is y BriggjSfrortonRecoil
P. O Box 390. Gainesville: Florida type blackwalt 4 Y' 9y
and immediately, thereafter file the original plus tax and tire. \ Starter
I of same in the Office of the off your car. I i
Clerk of the Circuit Court; otherwise I .: '
i _
a Decree Pro Confesso will te entered 42" $49990nJy
against you.WITNESS. ; .
one of ttHonorable I $2.00 more for Whitewalls o
Circuit Judges of this Eighth Judici-i i $5 DOWN*
} al Circuit of Florida as well as tne* ._ w
Clerk of the Circuit Court all on the ------ $1.25 A Week!
lOtn day of March A. D. 1964 .
J. B. CARMICHAEL. Adjust 4
cut *r heights
Emily Waterhous Buy from 1 I" to 23i I' Control .

Deputy Clerk Easy Budget Terms on handle. Hurry! .
(3156) 3:12 19, 26: 4.2 : ...



appearing to tl,;s Court that the -
Honorable J, M. Crevasse, Jr. SherIff .

ras of in Alachua his possession County.certain Florida aoandoned now- Some Floor Models . Scratched ALL NEW Warranty
,: motor vehicles, described as fol-
1 lows, :

i'b One 9)189 serial 1948 No.Plymouth 11132967,2-aoor engine sedan So.' ,D 24-1 BIG BUYS RANGES CLEAN WASHER BUYS REFRIGERATORS-FREEZERS

One 1949 Dodge sedan serial No. I

One 31341219 19SO Buick door s da No. 65478230. engine No 548014 )i GE 12 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator ........ ............ 184.00

One 37072912.No. 1950 13597TDS Dodge engine 2-No.<1oOr.034-41335.sedan. ID body No. I 20" Magic Chef Gas Range ........................ 94.95 GE 2 speed 2 cycle Autom. Washer ............ 188.00 GE )18.8 Frost Free Refrigerator Reg. 795. .... 589.00

One No. 1950 24334501 Plymootn, engine suburban No. P206S34. vehicle 30" GE Electric Range ........ .................... 129.00 GE Automatic Washer ........ .................... 149.00
One 1951 1951 Ford 7-door sedan, sr. 12 Cu. Ft. Upright Freezer ........................ 189.00

One ial No.1951 BINR15IU7 Lincoln convertible body 1 Only GE Built-in-GE Oven ........................ 129.00 GE 2 Heat Dryer .......................................... 129.00
I No S1LPI5764H. engine No. :3t9 12 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer .... ? ............... 189.00
One 1951 Plymouth, Wow sedan,
vehicle No. 1 03Go4Ji 7. Way Ho Ife.9042S .
13 Cu. Ft. GE 2 dr. Refrigerator ...........,:..,., 249.00
One 1952 Ford sedan serial t.o. B2AT. G.E. STEREO G.E. TELEVISIONS

104876On* 1954 Ford J-door sedan, serial 18 Ft. Upright Freezer ........................ .... 289.00

and No.the A4.WG said 109618 Sheriff ,having petitionedthis GE Console Stereo Walnut & Mahog ...........124.00 GE TV 23" Wood Console ................ ........ 188.00
e Court for an Order authorizing Mm 10. Cu. Ft. Refrigerator .......,........................ 159.00

I to lie outcry sell ,said and tne tot being'at.advisedin pub*' Deluxe GE AM-FM Stereo ..................:. .... 229.00 23" Table TV Cherry.......?...................... 175.00 .
the premises I GE Automatic Dishwasher ................ ......... 139.00

AND IT ADJUDGED IS. THEREFORE that tne ORDERED HonorableJ. GE Stereo, TV, AM-FM, Walnut .................... 399.00 16" GE Portable .......... ................................. 119.00
M. Crevasse Jr.. Sheriff Of Alach.I .. All Items Priced With TradeSERVICESTORES
f'4 I ua County Florida sell the abandon "
ed motor vehicles hereinbefore described GE Wall Stereo In Maple ........................ 209.00 11 GE Portable ................................. ......... 89.95 .
at public sale to the highest( bidder ,
for cash" at the Alachua County
Jail In Gainesville. Alachua County
i Florida at 11 a.m., on the ?m day of
April 1964. and that Notice of such BUY MOW \ "
sate be published. in the Gainesville
Sun. one day stating the time and GOOQjiEAD
iA place of this sale,
and that the said -
I Sheriff take all receipts from the purchasers / J
.. at said sale in cash the PAY IAT1R
amounts so bid; and pay out same as
provided by law. .
AND DECREED this 34th day of
March, 1964.
H. H. MCDONALD STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. PHONE 372-3537
County Judge(3l2)



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22 Special l Services 35 Houses for Sale I

Printed Pattern IDYLWILD $1X500. 3 BR 2 bath, CLASSIFICATION INDEX
I TIKE NEW That's what you'll fenced back yard. dbl. carport
J THERE WANT-AD RATESPH. say about clothes cleaned at hardwood floors. 3821 SW 20th

AIR.WAY DRY CLEANERS. 2 St. FR 2-3001 after 3 p.m.
hr. service; free pickup and ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE
372-8441 delivery; AIR-WAY costs less; FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per '1 U: Mairtaas
i 202 S.E. 14th St. FR 5-5165. month payments you can qualify Cart .t mala, Wasted .. BIT
for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1804 s Lat r*.u t* MtcUaery T.*la
1 for ... I NW 3atn Terr. Will paint inside 4 PraBAlise4 Serukee a BviMlMf AUteriaJs

e 25 Appliance & Furniture & outside completely. For 'appt. Travel Infer MaUra N H.. ehold C4aM
Iii Classified OnlyDEADLINES to see call 372-0481. S SpecIal KetOsee e.i hU....

{ IS GLADYS SMITH 7 FUrtat Misc. Far Sala
WOULD like to board the elderly 5 Baby Sitters. CUM Ota $7 TroaUar rtaS
; I best in food. best In care Newberry Road naacs T. Ge Lad $S Articles Wasted
: Qualify home
DialCLASSIFIED i no bed patients. Reply to box complete in every detail. Excel Thiga T. ... .. h.1 00 Weeds
1- 384 A in care of Gainesville lent construction. Large lot with 7t "*i* Mu1eAUTOMOTIVE E,mim.
thru Frl. 5 Day before publlctlonFor
TOOL paper*- pm.
Sun. 71 Cam* -flee' flak
many trees and shrubs. Three !
""I ads to go In Sun. paper-12oo a.m. Sat. n Ofnc
bedrooms two tile baths. Extra St Airplane SaleaBeaUteTl E''p.t
or ads to go In Mon. paper-I pm. Sat. = 71 Magical
i large Florida Room. Carpeted MtU BaaaM frt Sell Merckaadla

i (Minimum ad 4 lines) 27 Feed Cr Fertilizer living room with fireplace. Complete W Track for Sato
i built-in kitchen. Hardwood 99 Trucks Wasted
WORTHWHILE floors. 2" well. The Owner has 50 TrMtn Track' Se.tall REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
'j 1 FAMILY RATES DAIRY FERTILIZER $8.00 per reduced the price and wants to 8J Trailer KaatalsM s
yard. $1.25 per bag. Phone 376- SELL. Call 3725393 for an -appointment SS Lta far
1 Insertion ............................................... SIC line 5555. to see this fine bar- Mtreyl helen> *4 Waterfront Site
Jolt 1? 'r :3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line i gain In e home. *4 tMblle KcpalraSS S3 Bmsa F Prpriy
I t4 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line 28 Livestock & Supplies A.'lIIs fr Bate- M CUa-c e FM r 81
I At L 12 Insertions ............................................... 14c line == Black Acres Contemporary home M away Can n Reel Estate SaJe
Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned built to last. Excellent In ell de S* Reel EitaU RzeMag.dEDUCATINAL
x number of Insertions. REGISTERED three year old tails. Easy to heat and cool. It Oat Wasted
Hereford bull. Good breeding. Large living area with fireplaceand II Ie..... lutraeUaa *f Tw Property
i-or : 89== Reasonable. Phone FR 6-3371. overlooking' a secluded gar IS ....... Du." 41 4* BailacM rrp rtlc
den. BeautIful kitchen with p Wanted laitracUe* BesMcBtUI Zsee.e
i e S Five letter words per line i I 29 Landscaping-Top-Soil breakfast room. Three extra 41 rams A Acreage
large bedrooms two tile baths. EMPLOYMENT 4J C&.rea Property Rentals
> Good financing either 4>l Colored Prtperfy sales
conventional -
I AMARYLLIS bulbs imported 17 Wark Wasted Male
.1 Same as 2 lines Dutch & Hybrids all types. While or FHA. Let us show you i 1< W.rk Wasted Femal*
376-4672 8 Pt. this modern home today. Phone RENTALS
ordinary type I
& colors. 3923 NW 15th St. 3725393 for an appointment. I 14 Salts Help Wasted

1 ) DJ. Same as :3 lines IS Halp.-Mai* as remalaU 44 Cttatca Fr Beat

14 % 1 *- r I. ordinary type 30 PETS & SUPPLIES GLADYS SMITH REALTOR = Mato Dramatic Help Wasted 41 rmrslaked Apta.

READINGIN I MULTIPLE LISTING 11 Fenala Help Wasted 4* Usfaralshed Apia.
If) 4 lines EASTER bunny rabbits for sale ASSOCIATES: 47 HOlies fr Best Firm.
I Q Kr.ordinary type $150 to $2.00. Mr. B. T. Tillis Ben Griffin Dan Sheldon 4* HIsses fr Best Vnf....
i% :0lweA'I' Jr. Rochelle. Fla. 376-0705. Caroline Noyes Florence Burns FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4t Bau fr Zest
'( e1&'r i 1228 W. University 372-5393 M Term E..lpm.atJ7 M R.tel KMns
IL I GERMAN shepherd pups. AKC Feed FertHUer2S 81 MU.. Bentala
!I 24 Pt.Same. .s 5 lines registered. Bred for Temper- FOR sale or rent beautiful rural LlteiUck Supplies CIA Wastes T. BraSS
J type ment and Quality. See at 3501 home furnished. Out of thlj If Laadseapbr Tap laD Bardrt Wasted
I N. W. 18th Terr. or Phone FR world for scenic beauty. Accessto sa pta SappHea U OffIce Desk Space
62380. Santa Fa lake. A heart's desire -
51 Livestock Wanted
I-* St Baslnaia Renta46FINANCIAL
for living. G. P. Rippey

The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one s 33 LOTS FOR SALE Melrose Fla. Ph 475-5571. SERVICE
4PwIt@I i Incorrect Insertion will it be liable for
nor any error In advertisement = M BoslBcia OpprtvBltlaB7 n Special
Announcements to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied g FOR SALE 1 acre land. Rainbow FRED'ARNOLD MMV U LaaaM 23 H... Improvement Service
by the Item In the advertisement. No adjustment will s Lakes Estates I
selling for Hrta,e* Z& Badl a TT Service
I the be made advertisement.on errors that do not materially effect the value of == $2,495. Will sell for $2,000 cash fit MMy Wasted 25 AppUasc FamltBT
or $900 and take
over p a y-
.. .
ments. Phone 372-4645. -- ----

THE I The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- H 200 ACRES of wood land on Santa
SIZES 14'/s.-.24 lectlng any advertisement which It deems oblectional and to = Fe River 20 miles north of 35 Houses for Sal. I 35 Houses For Sole!
1 mala lemon pointer bird dog. Ii! change the clastincation of any advertisement from that ordered = Gainesville on St. Rt. 121. Ruth REALTORECONOMY ,
1 female setter lemon color. [ i1rM,1lr6r. 89 to conform to the policy of the paper. s _Cason Worthington.
Reward offered. Call 472-2377. 'Si CHOICE WESTMORELANDESTATE NEW 3 bedroom. CCB. $8."!,
L-- 34 Waterfront Property I S450 down. ,S65 month. Phone

4 Personalized Services _-- FOR sale by owner reflnancable,, ___Day_ 495-2441 Night FR 6-4311.
LOUNGE IN LUXURY In a duster WINFRED H. CRAWFORD 4 BR. :3/level 2000 1<10 ft. plus I
designed as double central heat t aIr.. HOUSES FOR SALE: :3-BR 2-
beautifully as a garage/
2 bedrooms 1 bath concrete
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention dress-note band neckline raglan 12 Mile Help Wanted Reg Broker, specallzlng In block home with large screened conditioning. You must see the I Bath central' heat with fire.place. .
SUN to nervous or elderly. sleeve, softly flaring lines. Easy. Northwest location. Sl.OOO extras. For appointment call "V 47th Terrace. Price
"., 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. AGE. :3 miles No. of Melrose, porch. StS.900.
Easy SchooL
Way Driving FR sew. too.Printed FR 21300.BY
down and S45 month. Full
27002. Lie. by State of Fla. SALESMAN wanted: Attractive GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL. per CHEAPER THAN RENT: 2. BR
proposition to Insurance salesman price $9,000.HARD. 1-bath, SE 46th Terr. $7,500.
Pattern 9020: Half Sizes lot on the Suwannee
IN GAINESVILLE. ITS 14V4, Who 18Vi 20V*. 22V, 24'A. or real estate salesman. secretaries salary open River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- OWNER. 3-bedroom bath Payments $65 per mo
GDI'S PHARMACY Size 16ft! requires 3V4 yards 39.Inch Call 376-3507 for appointment. C.shler-host.u.! attractive 6160. TO FINDSplit home at IMS SE 28th Place. JBR i-uth. SE 44th Terr. $6.500.
114 Central Plaza fabric. White housekeeper $25 wk. Fenced In back yard. Central S45 per mo.
(next to Wlnn-Dlxle) Automobile ante wanted. Bookkeeper salary open FORDYCETHIS level with only $450 down heat. Available April 25. JOG And also/ some trade-In Houses
For & m a c n Exp. Waitress, salary & comm. and $9X52 a month payment. Includes down. Call FR 6-7466-
prescriptions cosmetics FIFTY CENTS In coins for Salary and commission. 916 S. 2 bedroom home with 144 no closing cost. tti per
: IDL. DRUGSTORE this pattern-add 15 cents for each E. 4th St. Al Herndon Service Exp. mechanics lake frontage is the only one of dishwasher and disposal. mOo Phone 372-4527. :3 BR. 2V* baths 25x25 family
Store schl.
trainee grad. Three bedrooms and two baths
WANT pattern for first-class mailingand Station. its kind. Spacious kitchen dining room !g. living rm. enclosed
Off. trainee hi schL
grad. and an walk to schooLQUALITY
<6< SPECIAL NOTICES Marian special handling. Send to ROUTE MAN. for established Tree surgeon. foreman S2 hr. room combination. Florida easy 113 NW 25th St. Near campus. :3 garage central heat & air cond.
Martin. Gainesville Sun room attractive living room Lot beautifully landscaped 346
Auto salesman Exp. BR. den, central heat. $454
Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. city route. Experience desire all centrally heated and air con I I NW 12th Ave. Call FR 2-4511 for
DRIVER wanted to drive couple to New York 11. NY. Print plainly' able. but not necessary. Trans.portation fn 1.eraY rIiI man ditioned. Consult. down, $80 mo. to FHA qualified appointment.
Chicago or Minneapolis April 1t. NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. fur n I shed. Hendrlx SI00 wk. FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES INC. :3 bedroom 2 bath masonry Buyer. 3727169.
Wm. FR 27440. 1216 iW Route salesman Co.
Well SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Furniture Co. Levy home with screened and
porch FIRST
2nd Ave., Apt. 29. CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 376-1236 ANGLE WOOD by owner. 3 BR, 2
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS terrace. Excellent .
neighborhood.Large bath Price $17,800. $800
ROUTE man wanted. Good physical 120 SE 1st Ave. down.
DUE to divorce I have a new READY choose it from 250 deSign condition 21 to 35. Married; Phone 3768234STENOGRAPHERS FOR SALE have a few lots left built-In kitchen central Call 3722727.BY .
Ideas In new SPRING SUM- Beautiful Lake Santa heat. Situated on attractive land-
1964 model Zig Zag automatic must be bondable. High school on Fe. 3 BR
ADS sewing machine that does every MER Pattern Catalog lust out I education preferred. Apply 204 SECRETAR Don't miss getting the finest scaped lot on paved street. OWNER in Beautiful Black, pre-owned home completely -
thing. We would like someone Dresses. sportswear. coats. SW 5th St.APPRENTICE. IES. CLERK-TYPISTS CASHIERS property in this neck of the 119,000. Acres. Walking distance reconditioned. Fla. rm., refinIshed -
to take tip payments of $5per morel Send 50 cents now. BOOKKEEPERS 25-35 3-5 woods. Priced reasonable. G. to schools 10 mln. to Univ. It parque floors. Ideal lo
mo. Ph. 376-1075. WAITRESS wanted. Apply In perSon for photography years office experience. legal P. Rippey. Melrose GR 5-5571. Health Center & future VA cation. An excellent value at
at Cookies Truck TerminalIn laboratory. Mlmlmum salary to banking. Insurance mortgage ELEGANCEWall hosp. CCB :3 BR 2 tile baths $13,750. FHA $550 down Includes -

S BiLy: Sitters Child Care Hawthorne. train. Write letter applicationBox loan automotive, finance. or related CLEARED fenced 90 x 200 lot on to wall carpeting In large hardwood floors screenedporch closing costs.
clear. sand bottom lake 25
381-A. Gainesville Sun. experience. Call 372- 377 living and dining rooms. Efficient carport. Lot 105'xlllJ'.
for appt. 10-12 P.M. Monday miles from town. $1,000 cash. kitchen with stainless steel sinks $19,000. Phone FR 20126. HUGH EDWARDS, INC.

TINY TOT 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ROUTE route.salesman No experience.for established Will- through Friday.PERSONNEL. Phone 376-2342. dishwasher built-in range and LIVED In but not abused.. 3 bed NE 16th Ave. & 15th _St. 3721551.

CENTER LAKE WINNOTT 2 Bedrooms full oven. Beautiful wooded lot. Under room. 1 bath built In kitchen,,
PLAY SCHOOLVisit train.surrOUndings.Familiar Salary with &Ocala comm.& 102 NW 2nd Avenue mod. bath year-round cottagefor 40000. S7750 Insurance Includes T & I. 3 fireplace LG. BR. attached 2 bath, panelled LR,

us and see for yourself. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH. Apply at 1319 S. >Main St. 5:00P. SALESMEN needed-2 good men for sale or lease by owner. 1318 N. E. 20th Place. 376-2192. floors. On Ig. fenced garage.comer HW lot.

24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. ERS. Openings available at M. to I:00 P.M. "._ beverage route age 25-50. Salary' i Jerms.: GR 5-2262 Melrose. GREENHOUSE frame &. shed of NW near Stephen Foster. 114..soo.
Sperry. Typing and dictation
PLANNED program awaits your skills necessary. Starting salary ROUTE man for established plus commission. Write P. Q, Box 4 BEDROOM 2V* bath lake home. ARNOLDREALTY wolmanlzed lumber aluminum I S450 dp. FR M$J1.
pre-school youngster at JACK based on experience. Submit resume route. 21 to 35 yrs. Must 322 Gainesville. 6 ml. from courthouse center roof kerosene heater a. tank.
You & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. in confidence or telephone be married Apply 1M7 S. Main fireplace In 26' square lIving COMPANY See after 4 p.rn. 3923 NW 15th OPEN HOUSE. Sunday Apr. If.
Music programs. educational! 372-0411 Ext. 225. for American Bakery Co. room. Private channel and turn Multiple Listing Member St.NW. Cherokee model designed t engineered -
film-strips. 7:45-5:15. Mon-Frl.; appointment. EQUAL OPPOR. 16-Work Wanted Female around. Utmost In beauty and 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 by U. S. Steel Corp..
MARRIED man age 25for combination SECTION for salt or rent :3 Homes
TUNITY EMPLOYER. Division. 2100 ft.
tranquility. FR 25689. sq. 3
1331 SW. 13th St. FR 6-3900. : Pete Sleg
debit. Exper. and 4
Insurance bedroom 2 bath CCB BR, 2 bath, air cond, brick
I ience helpful but not essential. Caldwell Wayne Mason home. City water lights and veneer 2
DAY care for children In my home. car garage. 1801 NW
NW section. All day or'a day. EARN up to $50 a week. Full or Call 372-7147 for Interview. EXPERIENCED Medical Technician 35 Houses for Sole Jim Sheppard F. W. Hedge ewers. Shown by appointment. 36th Dr. Alachue Homes. Inc.

Big yard playground equipment.FR part-time.. No soliciting or collecting YOUNG MAN 53-25 College de desires practicing position doctor with or labo prIvate Charlie Mayo Bob Kalkman Phone FR 2-3424. .. -Phana..-..- -27s.315s.. ...
29741. car neccessary. Call FR 6- NO FHA 4
1968. gree. Immediate lob. Apply ratory. Phone 6-2741. qualifying financing.
PERSONNEL CENTER. 102 N. BR., 2 baths low down pay.

DAY CARE for Infants In my CHRISTIAN white woman as at. W. 2nd Ave. 372- 377. YOUNG woman desires work. has ment. 3009 NE 12th SL 372-6590.
Can home. NW section. All day or tendant In church nursery. general office experience en-
one half day. Competent mo- Part.time. Call 376-0182 or 372- 13-Help Mat or Female loys meeting the public. Would HAZEL HEIGHTSSee SERVICESHome
ther. Beautiful home. 376-1961. 0146. like to work from bottom to
; MAN or woman for part-time top. Call 468-1919 Waldo. Fla. our 4-bedroom and 3-bed.
LADY desires baby-sitting In her room bath CCB homes with
: Reliable white housekeeper collection work. Must have
home from noon to 10 built-in electric stove and
p.m. oven.
and babysitter 4 daysa credit experience. Apply In per. Instructions
18 Schools &
Reasonable rates. call FR Central heat city utilities.
week. Phone 22940
after son. J. M. Fields Credit Dept.
4-0607. 4 p.m. Must have references & Wired for television and tele- And Business
transportation. WATCHMA!:ER WANTED phone. Large yards completely'
WORTHINGTON BROOKER I EXCELLENT position for right Free grassed. Hazel Heights Is In
1 1st Lesson
ALACHUA MAID living in Stephen Foster man. Position to be open April the city limits. Equipped with
BABY.sltting In private home. I Area part.time afternoons references 4. Contact Mr. Hester. FR 4- Harvey's Real Estate sewer lines close to bus stop. -
Buy! wllh fenced back yard. Loving health card. Call and 8446. LICENSE COURSEHOWELLS low down payment conventional ADVERTISE IN' THE BulldozingSMALL Mortgage Broker
care. Reasonable rates. 462. leave your name and address BUSINESS COLLEGE : loans. Located on Northwest SERVICE DIRECTORY
1577 location. LaCross. Fla. & phone number at 372-4363 & EXPERIENCED meat-cutter want. 4-3507 39th Ave. West of 13th
Ave. FR bulldozer loader.
218 W. Univ. dump FORDYCE and Associates Inc..
COMPETENT mother will care someone will contact you. ed. Apply at Food Fair 1349 NW J72-3727. St. Shown by appointment trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top Conventional and F.H.A. loans
23rd Blvd. phone FR 23826.
for children. Days or after soil. Phone 372-746. with low rates and long term
school. Reasonable. In my 3 BR. CCB house paved st. built. loans our specialty. Quick. courteous -
home. 909 S. E. 1st Ave. FR 6- in oven nice nelghborh 0 o d, BULLDOZERS hoe wheel &tractors Dragline Back confidential service. Call

-4481. IN THE $500 down & $80 mo. 1621 grader. Free estimates. W.motor G. 376-1236 or come by 926 West

WILL keep pre-school child In UN SE 25th Ave. FR 21901. (Buck) Johnson FR 6-6219 dyce.University Realtor.Avenue. Grace For-

my home for working mother. SALE: Neat clean 2 BR frame
2710 N. E. 13th St. Ph. 376-9818. home In Micanopy. Large wood- CarpentryGRADY
: ed lot. $60 down $60 PAINTINGPAINTING
RELIABLE sitter wishes to care

Hire! for Infants or small children In evenings 376-3435. CABINIT WORKS Also Screens repaired

her home. Reasonable call FR NEED SPACE? 3 bedroom home. Custom built cabinets and mold window glass replaced. Phone
4-3897. pienty of storage quiet neigh ings refinishing and spray FR 61212.EXPERT
borhood. 2626 NW 2nd Ave. painting. _
WILL for my
care Ph. FR 2-0992. 1533 E. University Avenue painting interior. exter.
home five days a week. $I per
week. 311 SE 48th St.Employment. Phone 3728313 ior. no |lob too small. Quick servo

SUNBOATS 1 li STORY WORK wanted: Carpenter desires ice.Gammon.Reasonable rates call Mr.

work. Repairs remodel I n g.
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA Ph. 2-6107 _372-5829

Sell MOTORS RED BRICK Air Conditioning CosmeticsMHOUR Remodeling__

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED _ _ BOATS MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION Fireplace-strip oak floors- OF BEAUTY will make NEED A NEW Florida room carport -

WHO WOULD LIKE THE 70th very large kitchen with builtin ART BALL" Air conditioningHot a "new you" at MERLE NOR patio screened-bl porch
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn HUNTER Fiberglass. Fishing appliances rear screened ( Air-Hot water) heating and MAN COSMETICS STUDIO. etc.? Call now and get It done
to $5 per hour demon- Boat Introduced by FRANK 15* Aluminum Lone Star Commander TRANSISTOR RADIOS porch can be converted into refrigeration. Ph. 3721M5. 15 Learn professional make-up for the summer months. Call
up Fla.
room-rear patio for
PHlLPOm Boat. Combined with a prlv. Years Experience. 3724049 after 5 PM. for free
strating famous Studio Girl From $12.95 to 8995. 3 secrets by trained beauty ex
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. 14' HUNTER Boat ...... $29500 Barrentine Trailer and 18 H.P. AM-FM Shortwave acy.baths. Floored very large upstairs bedrooms and 2 pert 513 W. Univ. Ave. FR estimates.
14' MURRAY Tilt Trailer $14295 (Used) Johnson outboard motor.
Phone 376-4336 after a. Black's Audio ready to convert Into 4th and ServiceFRED 23124.
'43 EVINRUDE 18 HP motor (Fully guaranteed). Take It 229 W. Univ. Ave. 372-0440. Appraisal EMRAYSDEPENDABILITY
.. .... .. .. .. .. ..... $32500 price. $699.BAIRD'S. 5th needed.bedroom or play room as FASCINATING profession. Eager is the word.
or SHORT OF CASH? Total Retail List ...... $76295 24" GRILLS LIKE OLD yard and landscap- to learn? If you qualify you Building. Remodeling Paint.
SPORTS CENTER SPECIAL MARINE CENTER ing. Frankly we wonder If FHA B. ARNOLD may earn $4040 per week while Ing. Free Estimates. Dial 372-
Hood-Spit Motor.
WORK mornings or afternoons In .. In for
$ Ug 401 S. Main FR 2-8531 did not make a mistake when REALTOR training advancement to 794 or 376-1838 Now
your neighborhood s e r vlng 133 H i 'R--Boat ::::. $ $10.99 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL supervisory capacity. For appt.
Avon customers. Housewives 14' MURRAY Tilt Trailer $1435 _ _ _ Goodyear Service Stores they valued: this property at only SERVICE call 376-1480. .
17500. with lust $1,000. down Upholstery
preferred. No experience neces- '62 EVINRUDE 10 H.P. motor ir Plywood fishing boats. 725 N. Main 372.3531 Including closing costs. You 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522

sary. Call Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421. ... ."......_..... 5225.00SP6Rr $49 JO may drive past 636 NE 10th FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA
UPHOLSTER furniture at
Ave. for an Idea of the value
.......... ..... ........_ $595.00 "The Heart Of East Gainesville" FLYING INSTRUCTIONS then call FR 6-2472 for an appointment Appliance Repairs FIREEXTINGUISHER reasonable prices. Call, Sally.
EASY TERMS OR. CENTRAL Check with Charlie _ to see inside (It looks CO. Experienced' FR 6flU.SewingAlterations
CHARGE FR 2-1791. even better). A-I HANDYMAN SHOP Sales and Service
RentSun THE RUMOR FRANK PHILPOTTS _ If you want to fly and can at- Warner W. Weseman-Realtor First In Air Conditioning and All types of Fire Extinguishers
ford little more than gas and 1113 N. Main St. Pick up and delivery serviceC.
FR 6-0267.
That we have moved out SPORTS CENTER BOAT ACCESSORIES oil.. Inquire Immediately. Open Appliance Repairs. R. Thomas Ph. 376-1989 SEAMSTRESS I do sewing of ad
of town is false! Let us "Where Quality Sells Hself to limited number only. Flight I 3 BEDROOM block house for sale. Gainesville, Fla kinds & Dressmaking. Mrs. W.
with tax 20 NW. Uth Ave instructions available. Meeting I 2 Baths. Would like $500 equity Parker Appli. Serv. C. Asbell. 3434 N.W. 17th Tar-
help you your FR 2-5011 or FR 4-6893 Friday March 20th arvl and take up payments. Call FR race. 372.&ll.
TOPS AND SIDE CURTAINS p.m. Expert Malor Appliance Serv Broker
and bookkeeping Mon. Thru FrL 5-4 Sat. 9-4
return pm. Custom made to fit your boat.L March 27th at 1860 NW. 44th 6.4930.FOR ice. Prompt. Efficient &,
problems.W. p.m. & S Auto Trim Ave, Gainesville l or come anytime Machine
Sale by owner. 2 BR.. bath Courteous 372-4224 FHA and conventional lowest Sewing Repair
B. MONROEW. 14' Plywood Artwood Boat. (try 603 NW. 8th Ave. FR 2-4441. at your concrete block home on Ig current rates. Terms to 25

C. MARTIN It for fishing comfort) W* Bottom corner lot. NW section. 1730 NW Auto Equipment years. Will gladly discuss at no CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE -
and H" Sides. With 14 H.P. S5th Terr. FR 6-2179. obligation. Call tomorrow. CO. 81S W. University
216 SE. 1st St. List of Classifications to chooseIt Ave. 3761a7SW.. repair all
Want New Scott outboard motor. Take SWIMMING POOLS I J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor

Tel. FR 2-0634 price $559. _ _ _ fromBAIRD'S FOR sale or rent. 3 Br. house. HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuui for& 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 Makes Work fully gwanteed
MARINE CENTER Skiing Swimming-Diving. I $125 mo. rent. or $200 down. exchanged; Repair kits
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized FRED B. ARNOLD
RELAX Fishing Equipment. 2924 NE 12th St. Fri. & Sat. 12. WINDOW CLEANING
601 S. Main St. FR 24531. Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTORFHA
4 pm. Sun. 12-2 p.m.
WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleaned
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY 15 Foot Aluminum Commander Enjoy a clean and healthy pool. Golfing Equipment.' FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 S. and waxed houses washed. 10yrs.
boat. For fresh salt water.
or Master Pool Service Inc. Tennis Equipment. home located in Westmoreland Main FR 11497 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 experience. Free estimates.Phone .
18 HP. (used) Johnson Out.
Baseball Equipment.
Ads GetResults Supplies > Monthly cleaning Estates. On city sewers paved FR 25955.Yard .
For top quality workmanshipcall board Motor. service. Where to FISh.BAIRD'S St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Auto Glass MORTGAGE MONEY
MARINE CENTER FR 2-5363 4-0060 2-3171 Plus many many more. Rm. & living Rm., dining area. 5V* per cent interest. Terms to WorkFOR
601 S. Main St. FR 2-8531 25 years. .
372-6142 Central heat, built-in kitchen In-
GAINESVILLE cluding GE disrwasher. 2 courtyards ness. Immediate Installation;r

walk to schools. close to free pickup l> delivery. Add I S25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 expert maintenance service
UPHOLSTERY MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the U of F & medical center FHA beauty & value to your car. Dan Byrd for your lawns and gardens,
ISM NW. IJth St. $22.700. Down payment $1.700. MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. call 376-0107._
Chef ., Owner Immediate Drive by GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA
occupancy. 323 N.W. 6th St. FR 4-255.
I Free Estimates-PKk up and FUJI in the Sun section PHONE 372.8441 1027 NW 4Cth Drive. Call Butter and conventional loans. Low CHARLES WORSHEM specializing
"'Ivery.4 I Brothers 3729545 dally 376-9048 ADVERTISE IN THE rates. Terms to 25 years. 1223 In lawn mowing. edging *V prun
I night. SERVICE DIRECTORY W. Univ. Ave. 372539X ing. FR 4-1966 anytime. !





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= 35 House for'SU 35 Houses for',Sal l.

3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On FURNISHED 3 rooms & bath. 3 ''I NICE close In. Private en- CUT & pattern glass. I FEDDERS. 1 hp alr-cond. $65

-- 4 BEDROOMS 2 baths. central BY THE OWNER Idylewilde 2Bit. J.W.Kirkpatrick ,Acre, lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue IMMEDIATEOccupancy miles from courthouse. For married r., channel antenna. Off dining room set and Atiq Peter's baby stroller $10; Babe*;

heat. located In NE section. AIM CCB house. tile bath. family to 43rd St. Intersection turn couple or single person. street parking. 531 S.E. 2nd drawers. New set of Birch tenda table $15; Little Brown
=: have pool privileges. 374-1I35. room Call 3724001 after right. go approximately 1 mile $55 per month. Inquire 31 N. I Place. FR 2-2 wood kitchen built ins. Many Ice chest $15. FR
5:30 P.M. see sign on left. _Main or call FR 2-8404. other items. 3-T-Shop H'way 2-24
IF you plan to build ana would T. D. ZETROUER. BUILDERFORDYCE I NICELY furnished rooms, convenient 100 I mile S. Starke. I SPOTS bore your eye your

like a custom built home by experienced NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 MOVE INTO 45 Furnished Apts. to town & Univ. Prefer new tfle with
builders that have bath. Central heat central' air I 11 EASY commuting distance of OWN businessmen. 8 SW 10th St. Blue Lustre. Rent sham-
the time to discuss plans with cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call Gainesville. Pleasant three bed- I MODERN HOME ON SPACIOUS Phone FR 6-5981. 15'trailer.FIBER$425.00.glass boat, motor & pooer $1. McDaniell Furniture
down stairs 2 beoroom Saw mandrel
_- you.Paramore.call 372-2527 ask for Gene .376-227. room home in Immaculate RENTAL BASIS BEFORE furnished apartment. 705 N.E. 2nd I for men. Weekly maid with 20" bade. & 4V' hp gas fi.Ginsvii.. Shopping Cen
We have availableour condition. with 12V4 acres $ &- ROMS
YOUR LOAN St. $70 motor. 7
CLOSES. month. Phone FR 6- saw. Spray
Linens and
__ M plans to choose from. INTERESTED in a REAL buySee rerlgerltrfurnished.
500 and will THE I
owners carry Priced from $12,700 to JU.OOO 5270. paint outfit. Racing Go Cart BEST Costs less if you hea*
Complete financing can be ex- 2227 NW nil Place. 3 BR. 2 POND 372-11a ,
the mortgage. A SMALL with water
2-cyl. electrically. Find
NO MONEY DOWN engine. Hway out how
'.plained home. to you rlgnt In your own baths. Ig. playroom, separate ONLY $15,000.00 for this lovely affords the perfect view for this pay only $100 closing I MEN WOMEN Rooms and 100. 8 ml. S 3-T.Sop.. to replace It and get cash
For call. double EAST
dining SIDE
appointment room.
three bedroom. two bath home charming 3 bedroom home in Best terms FHA apartments, near Campus. Day. dividends. Cal Fuilgas your
= THE JAMES CO: garage built-in" kitchen.carpet In the NW section. Large family the northwest section of Gaines- Free lifetime Swim Club Mem- Month. fR or FR Philgas 3765
woodedlot. I
I drapery Included. Week
.. Of Gainesville Inc. room. beautiful lot and ville. Large living room with bership. walk to Schools. GARDENAPARTMENTS "oo K"
". Builders of Klngsberry Homes S23.900. Financing can be paved. street are lust some fireplace spacious kitchen. formal 610NICE. New 1964 MODERN HOME ELECTRIC lawn mower, $25. Phone
Ph. 373-2527. nltes 372-7401. of the features. -.- dining room Floridaroom HUGH EDWARDS quiet room carport & telephone Fully Automatic Zig Zag FR 2-4671.-

... arranged.DUPLEX LAKE ROSA -' Comfortable. modern and studio. Do plan to see or kitchen privilege. $10 swig machine ds WILL sell for half
$57 price.
FREE masonry, three bedroom. this home by consulting I INC.N.E. per month uGainesville's weekly. FR 6-191. $7.00 full old 1963 Automatic GE 6 mo.
bal. due $88.00 range
round lake home. Just FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.INS. Finest
SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIP reduced to S1LCOO.OO now 376-1236. 16th Ave. & 15th St. QUIET. desirabe In private home. 'Very good condition. Call 376-

In' Fabulous Carol Estates Recreation 2 story duplex NEAR THE UNI. vacant and ready for your 372-1551 Lovely Furnished' 1 and or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart 202 N.W.University Terrace.and UNIVERSAL"BRAND NEW 0

with an new Hugh Edwards VERSITY on corner lot. 2 bed- occupancy. 22nd STREETN.W. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- Call tow S 12. Semi-Automatic does ZG FORSALE combination cutting
Homes.HUGH rooms In each apartment. Kitchen HAVE YOU SEEN RIDGEWOOD? .. 4 BEDROOM 2 bath home 9608. 6-5. $6.00 month torch with holes. Excellent con
EDWARDS equipment Included. ONLY This beautiful new subdivisionlUst located in the J. J. Finley YOUNG COMFORTABLE room close-in everhing.CASH. a ditl Price $65. 3831 SE IStfi

IZSOO DOWNI ) east of Westwood School School area interesting kitchen 1 BEDROOM air conditioned service use of o 1.00 376-2744.
offers lovely lots. all Improved separate dining room. pan- furnished New m.i 622 NE p.reasonale. .
apartment. Machine Service MILL
WESTWOODLovetv"3" bedroom. at reasonable eled living room and den all
Apartment 111. 1216 S.W. 2nd
W. Univ. Ave. MILL
376-14 U. S.
372-1551 2 bath masonry home with family prices.J. centrally heated and air condit- Ave. Colonial Manor Apts. $115. 85 376-1075 Crystal H. 19.
room. central. heating system ioned. Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES 1 block from campus. Occupancy A COMFORTABLE front room. 3 hr. 15 River Fla. 1

OVER MOO Ft. plus carport and built-in oven end range. W. KIRKPATRICK INC 376-1236. HOMESPRESENTS by February 25. windows, of street parking gentleman BICYCLE good condition. Ph Literally ".I from OF Gainesville.
utility room. carport and spa- Realtor Call FR FR 325 N. W. 7th TOWELS
3 ol. 6-595
porch. _BR. and study. 1- 2-2 and MILES OF
Member of FABRICS.
Multiple Listing
cious corner YOUNG EXECUTIVES WANTED 1 girl $10 per week. or
bath attic fan. built In drawers 31 N.. Main St. WANT to on a rebuilt Selection, Quality Price. IN
Phone 3724404 get
ING N E C 2 girls $15 share stun
vanity and storage galore 80x40 wilt appreciate the value In this NEW per week to regular
AN OFFERI ASSOCIATES: washer? Call bedspreas. beautiful and
Convenient to Metcalf lovely home. Center hallway 2 Br. home with young divorcee. 51.A Wanted To Rent one .
Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell A-l HANDYMAN SHOP carpet ends
Bishop Parochial Schools. SAO $300 DOWN AND W.PER MONTH Capt. A. W. Reece. USN. Ret. and a beautiful plan accentuat. MODELSOPEN Call 485-2735 after 5 p.m. Mon. First in Appliance Repairs three fourths off. First quality
this home. Living thru FrL
Mo. V.A. 44.. percent. FR 277S.WHAT'S es delightful or anytime week-ends Cabin
will buy this attractive 3 bedroom room with fireplace light and 3 or more bedrooms, 1 or more Cnft carpets and rugs,

masonry home with tile CORNER LOT. near schools. 3 airy Florida room. .large bedrooms I 10 a.m. Til Dark I SUMMER special. 1 & 2 Bedroom bathroom unfurnished house. Call BRAND NEW 1964 and$1.98 sheets. Throw rugs

bath. oak floors. carport. utility bedroom. 2 bath central heat and excellent storage are FEATURES : I apartments well furnished. quiet FR 2-9500 after 4:30 p.m. weekdays MODERN HOME up. Tel. 75-3.

room and fenced backyard. family room. .04 N.E. 20th Ave. only some of the many features. location couples only no pets. or all day weekends.PHYSICIAN'S LOVELY mink cape colar. make
NO RED TAPEI JUST MA K E REASONABLE P RICE.I 3 bedrooms Consult FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES Fireplaces $100 per mo. L. J. Moratto 2505 Automatic sewing machines buttonholes offer. '62 sm. perfectly
DOWN PAYMENT AND MOVE large screen pOrCh. fireplace INC., 376-1236. I Screened porches NW 6th St. Phone 2-4957. family of three desires fancy stitches. Etc $40 bathinett, *<.
RIGHT ,IN! $350 down and $*o.69 per Custom kitchen cabinets 3. Bedroom. 2 bath Full size head. cellent cond. bab FR 2-1781
Oversized bathroomsPlus home. Unfurnished. FR 2-3021.
month. REDWOODshutters 2 Br. furnished duplex. 1917 NW Only $88
BACK JOHN SMALL FAMILY HOME. convenient and I modern touch. features many other custom 36th Ave. $52 per mo. Call FR 815 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075 J U I C ER. all metal excellent
location central heat 2 bedroom 2-4224. cond. Used 1 yr. Orlg.
payments $47 per month. $135.00 per month including taxes VA 54 Business Rentals SEWING MACHINE $138. Will sell for $65. S.pie
MERRILL and insurance will purchasethis & FHA EFFICIENCY apt. for settled SERVICE CO. 935 NE 3rd Ave. or call FR 6-
brick home after a low down couple or settled single woman. 3404 after 7
of the / ALACHUA REALTY payment. Built-in oven and surface No pets. 703 NE 6th St. i WAREHOUSE space for rent. WAR surplus mine detector. excellent p.

REALTOR ASSOCIATESMember unit In kitchen and many TERMSWalking cated at 620 S. Main St. Lo condition used by ,: BABY bed & mattress good condition -
extra features. EFFICIENCY 732 NE 3rd Ave. JOHN Realtor. Cal plumbers & treasure hunters I I $15. Call FR 2.217
MULTIPLE LISTING Multiple Listing distance to elementary All util. except gas for cooking 21494. MERRILL $ Call 376-5367 after 7 P.M.
GROWINGDEMAND Phone 372-1494 Aria T. Smith. Broker & Jr. High Schools. Shopping & & heating turn. $60 mo. McKinney CAMPING trlier. and equlpenh
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Mabel U Gore. Associate 'FORDYCE Churches. Green, Inc FR 2-3617. OFFICE space for renL Univ. ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannic. 1958 I radial sw; HO .
PARDI 433 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-2441 Ave. & Main St. 2nd floor 20c edition. 24volumes year fit; record player tape recorder

W. H. BUCKHANNAN YOUNG 1238 SW 2nd Ave. 5 student rms per sq. foot. John Merrill Real. books. Atla bkcas. Best of ; miscellaneous pieces of furI .
ASSOCIATES. INC. upstair Live in apt. below. tors. 372-1494. fer. Phone 2-198 I II niture B-flat clarinet; trumpet;

REAL ESTATE EXCHANGORS Covr lease & util. with Income. several cameras and darkroom
BURGLAR proof A-l fire rr.1
McKINNEY CHECK MULTIPLE LISTING REALTORS AMERICA Ford Box 207 Yalaha. AIR CONDITIONED I ing. lewelry safe. !I eQuipent. riding mower set of
Grace S. Fordyce. Mary Moeller NEARLY new modern office or Sacriice.; ool ; 3blccres See John
for GREEN E. W. Moeller Harvey Benton FIRST floor 2 BR apt. clean location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. price of $10. For appt. te se I'I j afternoonand

THESEEXCELLENT *26 West University Avenue HOMESNW freshly painted Orkin treated Ph. FR 6-2.7 Weseman Realty, cal evenings.

DEATON 376-1236 monthly. Water furn. Phone 1113 N. FORMAL wedding gown & veil. \ aT
LOCATIONS 34th & 7th Avenue 376-583 size 7. Orig. cost $1 SO. will sell GAS WATER HEATER $7.5
3 FOR RENT South lowance for your old. costly to
: on for half price. Phone 376-7894.
BUTLERBROS. REALTORS 365 N.W. 16th AVE. 3 BR. 1 bath 3 blocks Little- Phone 372-7070 PRIVATE 1st floor efticienc. 2 SORES. Phon FR 6-4786 or 6- operate electric water heater.
NEW 4-2 Vj A. lot. WOOl wood school. Stove refrig. carpet rm. bath utilities fur. Off 7278. KENMORE electric range 40" Hot water at about half your
366 N.W. 16th AVE. $500 down $95 mo. No street parking n SW wide auto. oven & warming present cost with our LP gas.
Large Modern Home NEW 3-2 to A. lot $23.500 closing cost. $12,800 total. FR 2nd PI. 2 OFFICE spaces for rent; 2 compartment. $25. Phone 376- Ask us. PROPANE. SW Archer
: 2-6060. 528 NW 34th Terr. rooms ideal for front office 1
This 3 B.R. 2 bath HOME has 3525 N.W. 7th PLACE CAREFUL $55 SUMMER rate 1 Br. duplex. room with back entrance. Will 781S Road. FR 6-SG

more than l.tOO sq. ft. of floor 3-2 Ocala Bile. "'.100 I see at 529 SE 1st Ave. Call rent separately or together.Call FRIGIDAIRE Ironer. heavy duty. TRADEINREPOSSESSION
space In main part of house 4147 N.W. 36th St. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD FR 2-5. 376-1480 or al good condition cost $200 Sell
HOMES? Central heat Oak strip floors 3-2. to A. lot $19,750 Walking distance to schools. 3 9 and 5 P.se. b Phone 462-1661. SALE
Double carport Price $24,500 2141 N.W. 49th TERR. BR. 2 baths home In Skyline Protect yourinvestment 2 RM. furnished apt. for rent. twe. 626 A.M. St. $
Good financing Call FR 2- 32'I A. lot $18,800 Heights. Study hardwood floors. $45 per mo. Will accept children MY mommy has six size 14 "A" 2 Atlas portables, $72.
3617. 607 N.W. 19th AVE. built-in range & oven. Cent. water & electricity fur line maternity dresses she wore I Kenmore Aut. ZZ $87.
Location 3-2 Unique $17,500 heat. Shaded back yard. Call nished. Also trailer space for 56 Business Opportunities last Spring. also several ma- 1 New Home Port. $46.

TO INSPECT INSIDE CALL 3760862.A ret $15 per mo. Call 47-21. ternity patterns. If your mom 1 Elna Aut.
Investors Duplex Don't buy a new 3 or 4 bedroom Newberry, Fla.EFFICIENCY. ZI 19
One Bath house. Hugh ESTABLISHED grocery store real my needs them have her call 2 Singer .
and Looking for a property with an UNIVERSITYREALTY HOME for Florida. Lg. open Edwards Inc. recognize the National water furn. 3505 estate stock, and fixtures. Excellent 6-5907. I 1 Singer Consol $48.
Income Let us show you this living area with walnut paneling Trend away from the one NW 17th St. $35 per mo. Call opprtunity. reasonably with 1 NecchI Supernova $84.
duplex In excellent residentialarea built-in planters 24 ft. bath home' In 1963. Hugh Ed. McKinney 372-3617. priced. and FORMICA showcase register 1 Piaff Port.
Gre. Inc doors, like 162
with an Income potentialof sliding glass doors opening on- Robert well & sliding
: wards no longer builds I bath Investing. C. Smith.
QualityWhen $160.00 per month. Located lust to enclosed covered patio. 3 BR. homes. 5 ROOM furn. apt. Clean & comfortable Realtor Micanopy. Ph. new $125. Call 376-93 between New Cabinets optional $19
3 blocks from new Federal Building 2 baths. central air-condition- water furn. $75 per 466-312 8 a.m. & 3 p.m. 815 W. Univ. Ave. Up
and downtown Gainesville. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. ing and heating. eat-In kitchen obsolete month. Adults only. No pets. OTHER business forces me to 376-1075
.. M. Munroe Broker with built-in stove dishwasher They are Can be seen at SW 2nd St. sell grocery store this week. HOMART multi stage let pump 12
Comes To have new Rem.
We another duplex in North- Choose modern Hugh Edwards 2
a pipes GA stgu
new. pressure
Assoc S. business all colored tan
: E. McLaughlin Frank and disposal. Close to schools.S22.OOO. Phone Doing good m
376037. grade fiddle
west with monthly Income of $175. TWO BATH home. You'll Call 6
Roby Roy McCann, T. C. Douglas 922 NW 36th Terrace. sm. down payment. FR & fitings. .9S25 afer grain wood In
One apartment Is furnished and enjoy two bath more and i forearm.
your STOP LOOKING Sub-let
Apr. ., p.m.
LOCATION Jr. Week days after 5. FR 4-4945. 15 6-71. after 7 pm FR 2041.
building Is in excellent condition. get more resale for yourhome. Sept. 1, 2 BR completely .. Matching set of Interch.ne
Both are low priced with substantial Homes priced from $13,. air cond. apt. T-V antenna Incl. MAKE AN OFFER able barrels. 26" cyl >
& QUALITY financing available to qualified Neat and Clean-Dial 2-2511 to stills eu. 1V4 blks. from campus. Married Merchandise 50 Vacuum cleaners in good w\V I 28" full choke. barrels
buyer. Call 372-3617. 3 bedroom home In beautiful couple pfd. $100 per mo. Ing order. No reasonable otter have vent ribs & have ivory
Idylwild on large lot with VA. no money down pay only 376-3364. refused. Example: GE VacuunSold front sights & metal middle)
We Hove Only Must Sell fenced back yard. Located be- PARRISHPRESENTS $10 of closing cost. FHA $500 61 Wanted to Buy for $75. now $10. sights. Engraving on receiver.
b tween University and new Coun- down no closing cost. FURNISHED apt. for rent with THE KIRBY CO. Gun is like new. Orig. cost $281

: This spacious home must be try Club. Hardwood floors with HUGH EDWARDS living room kitchen bedroom WANT to buy U.S. & foreign 712 N. Main FR 6-7110 or will sacrifice for $210. Call FR
THE CREAM sold. 4 B.R. 2 baths large pan- some carpeting. Florida room. tile bath & air condition. Tel. coins. old & new. Rebel Stamp 6-11 6-9938 after 6 P. & all day

elled Fla. room. Living room and separate workshop and storage I INC.N.E. FR 29569.DELIGHTFUL. & Coin Shop 80 W. Univ. Ave.. BABY bed. stroller, car bed. Excellent Sat. & Sun.

Dining room 2 fireplaces room. Priced at 14000. surroundings. Gainesville, quality & condition. 1115 MOVING this week. several
Screened tile porch. This home 16th Ave. and 15th St. NW 36th Ave. FR us
PrIvate 63.T' ful items of
Furnished. 2 large rooms. ELECTRIC furniture
Extra ceramic
will suit If have Special. To see is to believe or gas kiln. Intlqus.
you you- a large that this modern home exists in WESTWOOD AREA Outstanding 3721551. I bath and entrance. Cou- Contac Allen Edgar 372-5395. or N beds, w-mattresses & box and clothing for sale. condition

family Located and In need the preferred lots of room North-- our community. Close to University contemporary 4 bedroomhome. 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath home with ple. First floor. 708 E. Univ. afer P. M 372-176 ng $15 ea.i dresser 49" I low prices. Call for list

west within 2 blocks of J. and outside city' limits. Carpeted living room. modern heated pool NW section. lust out Ave. 5 drawers w-lg. mirror I FR 2-1987.
Designed and built for the fun kitchen. Solar designed fOI Phone FR 2-5689. WANTED: water cooler. must b $20 Dresser. chiffonier. 6 -
Of City. $23,000. ;
J. Finley school. Will consider a FURNISHED apartment. Near priced reasonable and in 1964 SILVERTONE T-V radio -
lowboy 2'
loving family with enclosed summer and winter comfort. Cen $25 Antique
pool drawers ;
reasonable offer. Owner business center. Water I & stereo A
leaving and outdoor grill. Drapes. carpeting tral heating and air conditioning, 4 BEDROOMS 2 bath central Fur working condition. Call 372-8441 27Vi x w-mirror 52" x 24" cobinatio
town. It would pay you to Investigate Section. ished. Phone FR 2-1823. or 20. 8-5 weekdays.WANTED .3 20" beautiful piece and
Call 3723617.ASSOCIATES and bar stools included. of course. heat. Located in N.E. 2-3794. $ ex. $45; Schwinn Bicycle: i in excellent condition. Originalcost
Excellent financing available. $300 down. pool privileges. Ph. 20 gallon aquariumwith $15; Bendix Gyromatic Wash. $425. sacrifice $275.
LITTLEWOOD AREA Moderr 376-1835. FOR sale or rent furnished duplex or without pump. filter Mach. 12 yrs. old $10; Freezer -I cash or old T.V and IS
Dial FR 2-2511 to see this 3 bedroom 3 bedroom 2 bath home apt. 17 miles east of etc. Reply Nik Firestone 16 cu. ft. alum. i IS
J. Fred Guy Virginia Po %- masonry CLOSE to Schools. 3 BR. IV Gravenstein 101 sume payments of $14 per
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire ., 2 bath home In desirableN.E. In tip top condition. Priced undelSI5.000. bath. carpeting many extras Gainesvile. near Melrose ac NW 44th St., or phone FR 2. lined $75. FR 2-126. For appt. call 372-3562 days.m
location on extra large lot.
Santa Fe. Phone
Jayne Butterworth Immediate possession,,
PALM VIEW Multiple' Included are built-in range and too. in this good home. $16,000. 719 475-5571. G. P. Rippey, Melrose, WEBCOR HI-Fl. 3
Listing N. W. 19th Lane. prlp.
ESTATES oven. dishwasher. disposal and Fla. speaker. diamo
2 room air conditioner. FHA lent real value
financed and to FINLEY AREA 4 bedroom, 2V I WIMBERLY ESTATES. Just break FURNISHED 1 Br. apt. wet e r 64 Household Goods at
NW 39th Terr. & ready go. imaginative only $35. Call 372-4441, ext. 33,
bath masonry home on nice. ing ground on new furn. 31st Ave. N.W. & 9th Terr.
NW 16th Ave. I quiet. dead- nd street. Two air. home! Now Is the time to buy 3129. call FR 6-4817. WE BUY and sell all kinds of furniture o-J weekdays.
WATCH FOR DAN BYRDASSOCIATES conditioning units. Very modern I under contract & choose arjnr stoves refrigerators HO ga. 4 x.' train layout 23
: $16,000 to $20,950FERNWOOD IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT kitchen.. thru out. Lloyd D. Myrick'Bldr. ROOMY 1 Br. living rm. kitchenette clothes. radios. TV. etc. Cal cars, 4 engines. DW. power

FR25689.. private bath & private en FR pack & single. Phone 372-
AREA trance. No pets. apt. 208, 204 NE 5687.
FINLEY Lovely 3 bed
Cooperative apartments to I INC. BY OWNER. Move Into a nearly
i 5th Ave.. phone 372-8855. Furniture, 3 rooms. -
2 bath heated I
be built In Gainesville. For Jack DeYot Broker room new 4 BR. luxurious home. complete I living room dinette & bedroom CAR REFRIGERATORS. Regular
Information Associates and air conditioned home on one t with drapes & wanted to share 2
call FR 62921or : carpeting ROOMMATE 17 pieces. Price was $444.75. Nowl 4950. Will 6 or more
I write: Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway of the nicest lots In Florida I GE kitchen. Walk to new Elem. BR apt. with 1 girl 27 Yr% old $280.00. Payments $13.00 at wholesale sel. 485. 4681,
Christine Stone Park. 31500. 529 NW 511th St. at 1823 NW 5th Ave. Apt. monthly To
MANOR P. O. Box 13956 3 S28.85 payment. McDan- Brooker,_Green's General Store.
FR 2-2511 825 N.W. 13th Street In Durant Estate. FR 6-3569. Call 372-5785 after 5:30 dow
= NW39thSt. & Gainesville. Fl. Member Multiple Listing NEW WESTSIDE residential I 12 thru Sat.AVAILABLE. lels. G'ville Shopping Center. 1962 APACHE camper (Eagle
subdivision soon opening. Acre BR CCB house furnished or -- sleeps 4 to 6 people Ex
13th PI. University Park NEW HOUSE 3 bedrooms 2 lots. paved streets outside city unfurnished on beautiful land- for summer trimester REDUCED Curved sectional FOR QUICK SALE: celent model condition. Orlq. price

: $12,250 to $16,000WESTMORLAND baths. c e n t r al heat. C.C.B. limits. May we tell you mon scaped lot. Furniture and house 1 and 2 bedroom furnished was $199.95, Now $137.952 sofa ReachPeople L will take $450. 372-0257
Apts. Built-in kite hen. Save $1400.
about this restricted area. like new. Equity & take up pay. apartments. Some air- pc. Danish sofa and chair. Was
Call for appointment. FR 6-4774
ments. 230 SE 71st St. Phone conditioned. Near
or FR 2-3826. 372-8949 after 4 P.M. and all 916 SW. 7th Avenue. Universit $69.9. Now $49.95-Danish Re-
70 Bo
RANCHETTE homesites too. Approximately Chairs, Were $99.95, Now t.Marin.
10 acres each. Located day Sunday.UNFURNISHED 569.95-2 Living room Suite

on Newberry Road. Just!I CCB house for 46 Unfurnished Apts. Was $ .p Now $89.95-Southern ; 18 FT. open-cock pit offshore,

McCOY'SMacoma FOR SALE NEW HOME $500 down. 5 years on balance sale 3 BR, 1 bath cent. beat Cross Sleeper Sofa. was fiberglass boat, complete controls -
ESTATES built-in oven & range. Locatedon $229.95 Now $ .' -7 PC. Dinette lights, 10 & 5 gal. tanks.
No Down Payment paved street. Nice ya r d. FIVE rooms and bath downtownarea. sets. $89.95 Now 59. 40 h.p. tilt trailer, skis
Addition No. 2 Homes, M. M. Phone 376-0880 between 5 P.M. Water furnished. $60 month. 95-3 pc. Maple Bedroom Suite ski Jonson., life
'I preservers
and 7:30 P.M. week-days and No pets. FR 2-4621 or FR 2.16 Was $129.95, Now 589.95-3 pc. Ready & ladder. bl.
NW 39th Dr. & Inc.For 3 bedrooms. 2 tile baths. central week-ends. Walnut Bedroom Suite. Was 11.10 Phone 372-5738.
heat. General Elec. kit- 3 Bedroom unfurnished duplex. $129.95, Now 9995. Fr. Prov. -
NW 8th Ave. Sale. very attractive 3- 17 FT. Span American with 85
chen. Payments $115 per mo. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home separate Living room bath and kitchen. Triple Dresser Base Now
hp Tilt trailer.
bedroom. Mercury. Motorin
$20,000 to $30,000 1-bath borne. 4617 PARRISHAND dining room. Take ad- $75 per month. 4V% miles from Solid Oak 4 poster bed SS.9S
$79. excellent
& University Ave. To Boat has
distance to Like ;PerotSchools. walking FR 2-9569 vantage of owner's having to downtown. Call FR 2-3419 until 95, Now 5-49.95--Solid Oak Panel Bimini top coill. Ride
ASSOCIATES. INC move & have spacious rooms 5 P.m. After 5. and Saturday FR Bed Was $39.95, Now $24.953
Price 12500. $300 guide steering. amp. and water
& wardrobes in new home eras
sets of Hotel
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING 2.6,8. Bedding Was $79.-
down and pressure Marine horns
$79.50 month. gauge ,
per mono young executives. $19, 95 a set. Now
.i. Wayne Hill Helen Graham $49.95 a set. .See
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy 000. FR 2-5689. for Rent Furn. these now at railing and compass. WILL DEALFR
All Services 47 Houses McDaniell Fur.
arolyn Parrish
Mary I
Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nIghts FR Buy Boat can seen at
niture Gainesville 6-20. t
6-5015. Office nd 23rd Blvd.! home terrazzo floor I Ig.. lot low LAKE GENEVA 2 and 3 bedroom
11111111nllllllllllllllll down payment. See at 222 S.E. houses month or year. Mathew- T-A-G APPLIANCES 17* FIBERGLASS Cobla cruiser.
Monthly Payment 20th St. 372-4692. son Manor. Call 475-2981. Tested and Guaranteed 55 HP Hole motor. Murray
trailer equipped. I
From $74.38 HOMESBuilt 3 BR. home Ig. corner lot $11750 42 Refrigerators from $up months old. $1795. FR 2-3742.
to your plans and specifications. SMALL OFFICE BLDG. NorwoodiHope I $1,500 equity. Trade for house FURNISHED air conditioned 3 9 Ranges from 13 up Use

Built anywhere in (For sale size 24x32. Has to In G'ville area. R. Balyeaf 1804 Br. 2 bath CCB 1101 NE 14th 17 Washers from up i 16" FIBERGLASS Se.beez-n
Alachua County. Ibe moved from present location. Louvre Dr. Jax. Ave. Excellent I I neighbor- 8 Dryers from $49 up hp Evlnrude elec.
( Can be used as small I I hood $130 per mo. FR 6-4898. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up trailer. 9 mos. old. $1000 2010
TOMMY'RIDGELL 5 BEDROOM brick. low down pay- 2 Dishwashers from $49 up N. W. 13th St.
Min. Down FHA IMme. Price $4250.00 Call Ger.
2 bedroom house 10 TV
Sets -
3760407or from $35 ;
ment. $56 month. Phone up
: Down VA BUILDERS !Bid or V. Q. McCoy. FR "H" Inc. I 1022 N.W. 22nd Avenue. 732 N. W. 23rd Blvd. Phone FR JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Person / 16' CABIN CRUISER and truer
Nothing -
2-3361. Office. 25452. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. Phone F R 2-5689.
Call FR 2-4125 23rd Blvd.Shadow 5 We Trade Homes 372-5
BEDROOM furnished suburban ANTIQUE bowl & pitcher set; 1961 THUNDERBIRD Boat 14. 49
or Property 37 Real Estate ExchangedFOR home. Plenty of room close to Birdseye maple chest & dress H.P. Gale. ditl.
I I IIIIIIIIIIII1IlIImmllllllllmUlllJIIl1IlUImEI I school. Available April 1st. $120 er; pair of reholstered vel. To Very little running time.

SALES OFFICE B per month. Call FR 2-4957 L. J. vet Victorian chairs; Victrola; chel tilt trailer. 4 life preserv
E. C. 'CURLY"KUEHN.JR. I Lawn Estates / I sale or trade for farm or I Mat 2505 N.W. 6th St. Oval library table; China cabinet all weather rubber anchor
NW 39th Terr. & I Custom-built home that look acreage. small house of 2 Br. ; new smal hutch; 30" cot All running gear. $995. PhI

NW 16th Ave. I I, custom-built. U you are tired i The following are ready for j jH & bath with green aluminum sidings 3 BEDROOM unfurnished housein pads; b and other PersonWani FR 2-0486- or 6957.
of homes with that subdivision Brooker. Dial 485-4681. household Nu
occupancy. i like Near N.W. 39th Nerly.
Rome. Lots. ,
Business 17 FT Span American with 85
Tel. FR 2-9545 or and Lake. Property. I look. *ee B Ave. & 19th St. If Interested 5 ROOMS and bath. nicely furnished Ave Sop. 3. NW 8th j hp Mercury. Tilt trailer Motor

.. Nights and Holidays I Farm and Acre,.. I I F. D. Oliver. Bid,. 1 3707 NW 21st PI. call FR 2-3251 After < p.m. fenced yard near church 3762. in excellent condition. Boat ".

E. -CURLY- KUEHN. Jr rk. n z86 s 4 BR, 2 bath $800 dn. $107 i WILL $1300 equity' on es & schools. NW location. Phone 65 Antiques Bimini top cruise tanks
FR 6-9048 CM N. MAIN ST. West as NW J9U ATC. past 1 per mo. i U 3 BR exchange house In Tallahassee for 372-3019. guide steering, amp. and water
: FK 1-2032 Broker FR :6X544 I Ue Gl Springs interseeUeo. like amt. in Gainesville. Within 505 NW pressure gauge Marine horns
2 BR
See lip left. furnis hse. ANTIQUE organ for sale. Call
I 1021 NW 40th Dr. i 3 min. of FSU. 372-2326. 14th small chil 372-6310. railing and compass. WILL
B I 3 BR w bath. $400 dn. $99.50 i dren. $100 per mo. Phone 376- DEAL FR 6-2085. Bol can b
at 318 NW 13th .
I I per mo. i iI U 2823. WALNUT bcase. .2 by..".

38 Real Estate Wanted two shelves CORRECT-CRAFT Atom Skier.
1442 NE 16th PI. 1 re 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. original glass. Call 3729574 : 60 hp. Graymarine trailer. All

= 3 BR. 1"Vt bath $400 down. i in good condition. See at Gator

ilflpermo. i iI WANT TO BUY ; 66 Misc. For Sale Ads Marine. E. Univ. Ave.
2 BR. 1 Bath unfurn. at 1421

4527 & 4617 SE 1st PI. 2 or 3 bedroom home with N. W. 13th St. $80 mo. Call University DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY

|I 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Realty 372-4351. Chair low a s. No money 71 Camp-Hunt-Fish

i 3 B R. 1 bath $500 dn. $43 i must be equipped. Central 2 BR house fenced yard. 1217 NW r dOI low as $ per month.
i per mo. j U heat preferred. Must be priced I 30th Avenue. Phone 376-22. Free estimates pickup and de
tt.C. = right with reasonable down pay livery service. All work guaramiteed. 63 ECONOLINE VAN. Owner
I218 \ ment. Write to Box 365-A, FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 bath built-in Phone 376-7786. driven excellent Citi. clean,
: SE 39th St. Gainesville Sun. kitchen' corner lot 2 blks. from low mileage 462-1840
LlEtlf.'S OO I I 3 BR 1 bath $350 down $47 i Metcalfe School & |Ir. high. 1943 I GIRL'S heavy bicycle 26" for $20. 4 after 6 p.m. 11.

I! per mo. i Ui303&3l3SE38thSt. NE 15th Terr. $125 per month. Call FR 6-2-IdIot FR 6-8870.

: otl 40 Business Properties Call 372.5.MODERN 9 CU. FT. Philco
5 refrigerator reasonably
72 Office EquipmentGAINESVILLE'S
t.. r clean. 376-
3 bedroom
house carport
$ Ph
ttO 304 & 314 SE 39th St. not over 2 children. No 4382 after 5 1113
: i OFFICE store bid at 534 N. P. o
3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $44 08 or ; dogs. $40 month. Next to Phillips NE2OIhPI. LinesIn largest You office
per mOo i 08i Main St. Formerly occupied by Uesed Cars. Alachua supply d.ler. .
Associates Discount. Call 372-7470 2.170. FOR SALE CHEAP. Restaurant Office Invites

-.. OUf luU 9.I ..mOvthilmBuiwUMUtO108.. or 372-4065. 3 BR, masonry home with gas formica counter and 2 stools to c In and C. or call you for

ft i range $85 per mo.- Jo Merrill equipe. Complete fontain. Chesnurs Office
0 \ = The following under Realtor s order equipment. 52" Celver.. 106
'' Y.I = are construction 37214FORDYCE W. Univ.
Call 2-0759 2-9207.
fan' or Mr.
-.. OUf =: and will be ready 5 42 Farms & Acreage I Page. Ave. Downtown Gainesville.
Sut occupancy soon.
__T 0 Several lovely homes availableat GRANDFATHER type clocks $33. v TAX TIME. Adding machines and

: I 3225 NW 29th Ave. \ 4.6 ACRES beautifully wooded this ti.FORDYCE Misc. furniture electric meat calculators. New and used. Park.

S 4 BR. 2 bath $850 dn. $112 i iI $2 home :"te. N.W. 39th Ave. near ASSOCIATES INC I slicer 5. Power mower $15. ..s Complete Office Outfitters.
per mo. |E Millhopper Rd. intersection. Sf.. 9 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1236 Dos 318 SE 2nd St. The only authorized OlivettiUnderwood .
= 900 terms. FR 6+UI. Agent In Gainesville.
UNFURNISHED 3 BR. house. Stove SINGER portable sewing Ph 401 W. Univ.
3224 NW 29th Ave. \ & refrigerator. 2414 E. Univ. $35 cash. FR Mr.main. 37-255.
S BR, 2 bath $750 dn. $102 i RETREAT FROM THE HEAT Ave. Phone FR after 2.15.
6-57O 5:3 son. 73 Musical
I per mo | To country living In Los Trances P.M. for appt.
Woods. 2.4 Acres for only S365
=- ANTIQUE brass plane lamp telephone -
3236 NW 29th Ave. down. Paved road frontage 3 BR home $90 per month, 2 BR box, large carved buffet SALE
school busses. utilities. Drive home $60 per mo. Partly furnished ORG
I 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $fl i mahagony sewing cabinet Of overs. All
: west on Newberry Rd.. turn 2 BR home Fur. $200
Variety and quality are stressed in per mo. right $per mo-; record cainet. solid new organs. Savings up to
all Highland Court Manor homes j jI SR 241, Watch for the sign on nished duplex 2 BR $90 perr single co. Western per cent. Earfs Pi Co 3
right. FR
by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. That's 3301 & 3311 I II g "Selling Florida Since 1906" 6-74 I sale and bie. .Treasure odds 702 W. Univ. 372-2

why chances are there's on NW 30th Ave. i I Ralph Realtor UNFURNISHED with stove & 3 BR house.. Chest es. 6-12. Turn left ORGAN used. Hammond spinet

2 U i -=- H.C.M. home for you. = 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn $91 i FOSSEY fenced back rerierat. 7th I at Gulf Station. with tone cabinet Bargain
: I m per mo 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Ylr c'--
From over 20 sensibly-designed | | Terra Call FR $795.
-' Member Multiple Listing 3-3 o ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna I Gidle Music

models. you choose the bedroom- I 3236 & 3224 I Ii 217.FOR Double sta complete. Not FR _
bath .combination that's just right FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE RENT unfurnished 2 Br ing else buy. $15. _C.

.. for family and NW 30th Ave. RURAL PROPERTIES rock house, blinds, stove, .. 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. GUITA amplifier, with
pocket- tre
your your 3 BR 2 bath $400 dr. $84 i
:: ROBERTS he.te fr CI Come by USED Chain Saws $50 up. New Tw Istrum Ips
book. (One of the nicest things permo. = SMITH REALTORU.s. FR
j s.S 4 $89.95. We rop Ilt. 1 Ph
is 'tNt the monthly paymentprobably Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. FR 2- per I sas repair 2.36
Ph. 466-3120 S m all saws & lawn
will be no more than 3330 & 3320 ]i 2 BR house for rent 4 Chain saw rentals. Mull mer WALNUT Spinet prize winner.

-.. ft. your. present rent). NW 30th Ave. = FORDYCEInvestment north o Gainesville on the mil Wisconsin and Brig Save I Ear A Maple. .
':; .. .' "Why not inspect our selection of 3 BR 1 bath $550 dn $79.50 _= acreage close to Medical d 316-15 dealer. Florida Sw C FR 15.
., per mo. i Center in southwest 20 6-311 EARL'S PIANO CO., 1025
models today? No obligation, of -1 acre parcel approximately 440 UNFURNISED. 1 si of dpleJ Unhs Ave.
ANTIQUE heavily carved
,course. x 1.320 for $5.500 Beautiful roll mL Ul n & library table from the wal
ing hills over 100 f perm
acres. perfect

Choose' From A Wide l ,Selection I i :of Beautifully FOR RENT I an acre.FORDYCE for. horses and cattle $375. Sat & Sun.FR 2-2 after S or Dorothy FR DiX. $100 or best offer Automotive

I & ASSOCIATES. INC 2: Bedroom house, plus stove FOR SALE o complete CubS 77 Mobile Homes fo Sale
124SE7tUSr.3BRlBath d
Designed Models from $$12,500 $17,250 926 West University Avenue fur $125 S.W. uniform wi Cub St T.sirt. -

Ii 376-1236 c.1 Gladys Smiths Call FR 2 58 GREAT Lakes for
1 Year Lease $100 Mo. Realtor. nle exceflent -
per 35FOR condition.
: I 43 Colored Property CLOSE OUT SAE I I 3 i
RENT unfurnished 3
I BR dining hse. On W.llpp. n Roll n'
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Chen storage. -7
ALL OUR HOMES ARE 10 S.W. 7th 372-4366 lttl to save a tot. Below r.
s 2 & 3 .. S1 I St
Bedrooms SE 14th St. rer clean. Lake T I
Builders and DevelopersSoles SEEING ANYTIME IF m SE 7th Ave. Some no down payment. 372- I FOR SALE e Sales Rt. 100.
YOU WILL JUST CALL. Some small down payment. 2 BR. CCB $60 per 2209 SE Pansies in Bloom Fla.
S .
Office NE 23rd 'Bird fr 'r.rrace-Phon.. 372r-3471 I 1123 S.E. 4th STREET B $45. Also Monthly homes payment built en$57 your to 45th Terr. Call FR 2-2 I I $1.00. per dor. Phone 372-0821- WE BUY -
FR -$30I er FR e-79t lot for no down payment. 3 BR h with IV* acres of land GE Ht 1 ton ai cit

Builder Call TOMMY Phone RJOCELL FR 2-4125 1 Orange Heights. P a,. 1. BTU. VoL $1O Top USED MOBIL HOMES.

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77 MofcH Homes for Sal 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

AIR condition, 5O"x 19 mobile 46 FORD 5 passenger business
ten*. set up wlm 20 x 10' kWntg. 157 INTERNATIONAL 2 ton van- coupe red & white leather Interior
and 50 TV antenna on type truck. Has been serviced body solid. 53 flathead JL.
ahady tot In Hickory HilL Ready completely on monthly sched new WW tires radio I heater. BARKLEY MOTORS HAS
for excellent Florida living. ule. S700. FR 2-844) Call 372-7734 days or after t
SX250. Call FR US4 after 5:30 PM. 3764002.
P.M. DODGE 59. V* ton pick up V
body low mileage excellent
y McMURRAY Mobile Home Sales. cond. FR 2-4107. MERCURY. 1956. 4 dr. hardtop
HO wide. 1 or 2 BR used lake loaded with extras for SS a week.
or house trailers from llJtS 1 CHEVY 56. *A ton pick-up new Call Bill 372-3749. H & H Motors. x, .
paint new tag very good condition 1 r
office Trailer for rent or See at Orange Hill I -
sal'.1 S545. OLDS 1960. 2-door. factory stick.
3 mb So. of Starke on 301. Shell Serv. Stat. lust So. of the Good cond. S975. 1954 OLDS. r
0371. Greene Oaks Restaurant. county line on 441. Ph. 51-2111 Good running cond. $225. Ronnie

Only 5 left at CLOSE-OUT prices." I Mcintosh. Young. 372-5097. Best!

SAVE S1000-S15000 QUICK SALE 1956 Ford pick Up. PONTIAC 1955. two tone paint
BANK FINANCING good X5.1 new FORDpick tires loaded with extras for W a 1
SEW low down am. mo. pay and clutch. 1954 week. Call Bill 172-3749. H & H I
ments. up good tires" motor Motors.T / r.
Town & Country Trailer Sales in good running condition. $175. / I I Iqo
3840 SW Archer Rd. FR J-22M Call 312.2105. By owner. R 3. 1957, black good tires
mechanically good new top radio 63 Rambler
TWO bedroom house trailer 900.)
-& heater. Low priced. FR Classic Wr 660'.
one bedroom house trailer $750. Rentals & after 5 automatic ls
80 Tractors & Truck 4-0525 all weekend II
Can be rented. Phone 374234 air conditioned. radio heater 41
Monday to Friday t to 5. P. M. week days. like new In and out. 1 [ .
i : )
VOLKSWAGEN. 1943. AM-FM radio
NOW SHOWING RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn Seat belts. White wall tires. $2395 i ,
IfM MOBILE HOMES the USA. from United RentAils. -
. t and 3 bedrooms. all Floor 415 NW ath Ave. FR 4-2835. Like new. $1,495. Call 3726698. b I I I 11I I' e ., f /f
Plans. Terms tailored to meet IMPALA. 1960 4-door sedan. Power I I $1
your budget. Drive I little and brakes power steering automatic 62 RAMBLERAmbassador t 1'-
sly a lot at 83 Motorcycles & Scooters transmission. Radio and
CONNOLLYMobile heater. FR 2-3M7. or FR 6-2694. 400 wide bucket
Home Sales. Inc. seats. Automatic transmission
S Miles North on U. S. 441 157 ALLSTATE scooter. In good 409 ENGINE 4 on the floor, buck radio. heater. AIR CONDITIONED
Phone ttMltt running condition. Needs little et seats super sport convertible. power steering power !
Closed Sundays body repair. 65. Call FR 6-4014. 1963 IMPALA CHEVRO LET. steering power brakes like DAD'SAWA1.r c
Will trade for older car or cash new. .
1962 50 DUCATI. Good condi
40MODELS cc $450. Inquire at cross roads In .
tion. S95. Call FR 2-0659. after Archer for residence of Tommie :> 4
a r

ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE 1955 CUSHMAN Scooter. Good 1943 Grand Prix. A/C. P.S. P/B. 62 RAMBLERCustom Dad (Mr. Barkley) went to the ROOTES''' factory England. "He; ':said take, raTtrof the busi
running condition. Recently: overhauled
SMALL FROM LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT.PRICES. 6-3128 and after painted.6:30 $150. PhoneFR and P.W. Radio take and over heater.payments.$400 down FR 4-dr. Sedan automatic ness", anti; we are really going to surprise him. Young, Billy Barkley starred chopping prices,

TRAILER MARTHwy. p.m. 2-5624. After 4 PM.i radio.. power i heater steering.air Individual conditioned giving huge trade-ins, and FINANCING ANYBODY & EVERYTHING!,Da'd will t be back soon'

17. Phone 32$-1050 84 AUTOMCM IRS i ORIGINAL owner will sell reclining seats. A beautiful
OPEN WEEKDAYS >-.*'!u- Microbus (station wagon 431 carl t\ ,
HI good condition througho u t. Ji
UNTIL 9 p.m. SPRING AUTO TUNE-UP I For cash only. Call 376-0547. or $1695 soTHURSDAYFRIbAYSATURDAY -
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 Your car's pep & power show see at S31 N. W. 20th Terr. &lSUNDAY ;

EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA up with a tune-up at BROWN'S 1943 CHEVY II Station Wagon ,
SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed I Air conditioned auto. trans., OPEN 8.8MON.SAT.
recapping & wheel alignment. radio & heater three seats 64 FORD . .$3995 62 FORD :. $1995 61 CORVAIR $1099 61'FORD + .,.-. $179 60 CHEVY . $1595
WYATT- 809 N. Main FR 6-4310. white side walls 4.000 miles I X-L 500 this car Is loaded Including 4-dr sedan equipped with automatic Rampstde pickup truck. Really 2-41' 'Gal.ule' ,SOD. >,.Automatll
less than S mos. old. Si 00 cash, Meet our salesmen: Carl factory air condttlonlng. power steering radio. I sharp truck. You lUst cant air Conditioned radio. heatee ImpataIdr, wtarnatlG Dower
85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE take up payments. Call 372- Davenport P. G. Holder. Low mileage. There Is real heater. Yes. Ifs air conditioned buy better anywhere. A really sharp car ready to G4 ale ritsg. radio. linker dealt
Trailer SalesHome S171 S to 5-372-5738 after 5 Elmer Miller, Clint Flem- savings here a practically tool A good car that Is ready I as a pin:

CADILLAC. 1957. 2 dr. hardtop P.M.BRING. ing and Albert Plant new car. to go. 61 OLDS . $2195 61 CHRYSLER $169

Pacemaker Mobile Of Homes extra clean. $700. Call 376-3825. Superior out Auto the best painting In your& body car. sales manager. 63 T-BIRD . $399 5 62 CADILLAC $3 g 95"" hardtop, Including coupe automatic fully eqUiPPed Newport .lncludlftg 2dr, hardtop air fulg'' 50(, .RENAULT, t = $595
cond$ Dauphine. Hen II real
Shasta and Alrstream CHEVROLET. 1962 Greenbrier f work. Fast dependable service Fully equipped Including air 4-dr, fully equipped Including power steering brakes radio, tlonlng. See this to appreclatl pre y. A good second ell'econ-
Travel Trailers station Radio. WRIGHT'S conditioning.! Brand new tires. air conditioning, 15,000 actual -
passenger wagon. free pickup. delivery. 61 VALIANT heater. Plus _factory air conI real special.
Ocala's First Mobile Home heater 4 speed trans. deluxe BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. A beautiful carl miles. You can check with the ditioning.
Dealer Since 1148 trim. $1.795. FR 2-5547 FR 4-9707. 4-dr Sedan automatic transmission original owner. See this like 59 HILLMAN . $595
1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. 63 PONTIAC . $2995 new beauty. 61 DODGE . $1195
Phone -15i8 CHEVROLET 1951 wagon, 4 dr. FOR SALE '62 Corvette. 4 speed. heater clean premium 2-dr. Hardtop, fully I equipped I 61 CORVAIR $1195 Lancer 2dr hardtop. automatic. Check Thus little, car out toddy.
Ocala. Fla. You can buy this for only $a sm. engine extra clean good Clr. Including: power steering, 62 CHEVROLET $1999 '7W 4-dr. low mileage. Real radio'heater,' clean as I pi'Irl slharpl
a week. Call Bill 372-3749. H & H mechanical condition. Contact $995 brakes automatic. radio heater Convertible automatic power clean. See this one to appreciate
SPECIAL10x10 Motors. Marvin Shealy 417 NE 7th St., white wall tires PLUS factory steering radio heater a real' a real fine buy 60 CHEVY . $1595 59 CHEVY . $745air.
Mobile home and 50x100 lot. West ground apt.PAINT. This car Is lust like new. nice car. Now's the time to Convertible lutomaNc. power
1 mile S. of Palnes Prairie. All CHEVY 55 R & H, standard buy that convertible 61 MERCURY ,: $1695 steering radio eater. A good Station wagon automatic r.
State Mobile Homes. shift good condition $225. See 60 Chevrolet 63 FORD . $2395 2-dr .hardtop power steering clean convertlbfe See hIs one dlo. heater Save yourself some
to appreciate at 3205 NW 10th Galaxle 500 2-dr hardtop automatic 62 VALIANT $1295 radio heater money on this one.
automatic t" )
9 station today.
61, 45 10 2 BR. Richardson. St. Call FR 2-6804 wagon .
x anytime. I I ,
radio. heater low mileage power steering radio[ 4-dr, V-200 series radio heat conditioning. Yes It's a real
Like new S2.700 or best offer. heater white wall tires. Save A real 59 BUICK I . $1095
Call FR 4-2970. CHEVROLET. 1956. 4 dr. This car Nlcel I er. sharp car. beautiful car that .is extra 60 CHEVY ., $1495
of dollars herel I
Is going for only S3 a week. JOB 62 CHEVROLET $1695 clean. Impala 2dr hardto Remem 6-dr. lutomatlc; radio heater
FOR SALE Trailer on 100 x W Call Bill 312-3719. H & H $1395passenger 63 CORVETTE her, Ira the difference you pay power steering and brakes.
lot. 1 mile outside City limits. Motors. 2-dr V-8 engine automatic 61 FORD ,. . $1795 that counts.
Phone FR 3-1075 after 5:30 or Sting Ray :340 H.P. engine transmission, power steering, 2-dr Galaxle 500, automatic
tops 4-ln-the-floor transmission radio and heater. The 58 LINCOLN . $995
weekends. CHEVY. 153 excellent con d. very air conditioned too, radio,
Special 59 BUICK radio. heater white wall tires. cleanest In Gainesville. heat60 T BIRD $1995
new brake system new seat Spring one A .
er. good buy for .
someone Loaded Includl'.g'; .J.dr hardtop. fully equipped In-
BIG SALE covers good tires. an exceptional LeSabre station wagon automatic Your chancel how about factory air
car. For a good buy call radio heater. power $1795 you Conditioning. Tills car II clean cludlng factory air Condltlonl"" .
63 CHEVROLET $2595 Alpine sports car. This little Inside and out. See Ind drive
376-938 after 6 PM. all day
CONTINUESWe Sat. & Sun. steering Interior. Extra and brakes.nice car.Vinyl Impala sports coupe equipped beauty is extra clean and 61 E. FORD . $595 It today 57 CADILLAC" .. $8ft5
with power steering automatic ready to gal 2-dr. See this little gas saver,

Will CHEVY AT excellent 1956 210.cond.4-dr.. real R&H clean.V-8. $3995'POWERS $995 transmission real radio heater a 62 CHEVY . $2095 It's budget.lust right for fining your 60 BORGWARD $ 595 Csltlonlng.Leaded Including factory .1 1r
sharp carl
Price $450. Call FR 25450. 4 to choose from! Impala 4-dr Station wagon. An excellent ,

Chevy 1955, Eclair V-8 hardtop 59 FORD 63 FORD $2395 sedan automatic..ring. radio transmission and heat. 61 FALCON . $1195 buy 57 FORD ? ? $195
Not BeUndersold auto. trans. radio A heater. Galaxle 500. 4-dr fully! equipped e reCome get your choice while 2-dr real clean car. We are 60 OPEL . $895 Good flllling hr
Excellent. Price $495. Phone Country Squire passenger Including automatic transmlsthe selection Is still good. ready to move this one and fir. 11.000 actual miles. The
sion steering, radio will
3722056. station wagon. radio. heater power we trade right
automatic transmission power heater, white wall 62 TRIUMPH $1795 spare has never been on the 57 FORD ? ${95
". CHEVY 1951 station w.tgon V-8 HA WES- steering and brakes. Factoryair pare the quality nreIJO:: ; TR-3, |lust like new In every respect 61 CORVAIR . $1195 g1OUfld Like new. 2dr. radl heater. 'R' I clean
excellent cond., new tires. conditioning. this car anywhere In the statel except price! 4-dr *70r, low mileage. runs good. A good buy
Phone 372-6623 FR 66556.CORVAIR rf' 60 YR-3 $1395
or This Is a opportunity for
50 x 10. 2 bedroom 1964 fully $895No 63 CHEVROLET $2595 62 CORVAIR $1695 you to save save. You owe It to yourself to see
furnished Mobile Home deliveredand Monza. 63. equipped Impala 4-dr hardtop. Full fecMona 4-dr. 4-speed transmission this fine little carl It Is 1m- 56 LINCOLN. $4ft5
set up for Instant living'for with radio heater, white side tory equipment. This Is a fine radio heater. Here Is real 61 MERCURY $1695 maculate inside and out. Fully equipped including factory
only wall tires. 8,000 actual small miles.equI- Body Shop Down Payment car at a price you can't afford good economy with I sporty 2-dr hardtop power steering, air.
Assume payments to turn down
ty. Will consider older car for flair automatic radio heater, air 60 SUNBEAM $1299
$3388MHMA equity. Call owner at 372-8441, 611 SW 3rd St. 57 FORD, wagon $395 62 FORD . $1895 61 FALCON $1195 conditioned too. A pretty car. Alpine extra cteen. A real 55 CADILLAC. .. $5'5
ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. PLYMOUTH $395 4-dr sedan fully equipped Including 2-dr. good bargain.
57 sedan. We have cut this 61 FALCON . $1195 I.oaded.
; FR 2-0538 57 CHEVY $595 automatic transmission price so low that It can't last 60 FIAT . $1095
approved. Many other DODGE 56. 2-Tone blue and wagon power steering annd radio end 4-dr, radio heater, a sharp
similar bargains-over 50 163 and white 4-dr. R&H AT. W-sw.one 59 RAMBLER, wag $595 heater. See this car today so you better hurry! little car well worth more Spider this car II clean and FORD ., $495'
It44 new coaches to select from owner. Must see & drive to appredate. 55 CHEVY. 4-dr $295 61 BUICK $1895 money. ready to go today I Convertible.55 See this one to
'-Also large selection of used I'I, FR 2-9772. 62 CHEVROLET $2495 LeSabre 4-dr automatic trans 60 MERCURY ppreclate I can older carl
coaches. 59 OPEL Sedan $395 2 to choose from. 2-dr Impala mission power steering brakes 61 MERCURY $17954dr $1395
FORD 1956. standard shift 6 cyl. 4-dr sedan air
i Super Sport fully equipped Including radio, heater. Take a good station wagon automatic. : 51 FORD . $145
10% Down radio. Good condition. Price $275 Ford Many more to choose from. factory air conditioning long look at this beauty irs power steering power brakes power steering and brakeS
or make offer. Call 376-1582. Take your choice. lust like new. air cond. radio heater. Sharpl automatic and transmission. Clean A good flllling Clr:.
PAYMENTS FORD 1963 XL 10,000 miles Falcon
LESS THAN RENT bucket seats loaded small l RIDGWAYMOTOR "7/i *
Best trade allowanc Anythingof equity ROLET assume pickup balance.truck CHEV 1949. Fairlane the Auto game- arAe s the Name"
Open weekdays 9 to t $125. Call 454-1691. T-Bird CO. I

Sundays 1 to 7 LANCER 61, mod-770 4 Dr. s-Stlck.
SOUTHERNMOBILE new tires 39,000 mL Bal. $960. Ford
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24 Gainesville Sun Thursday, March 26, 1964

. : Students Viet Nam Loss Would Endanger 240 Million I

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SAIGON, South Viet Nam I Q. Critics at home have suggested -, 1 trality solution as proposed by not to the North. "The minute they ao so, mere

March (AP-The loss of South VietNam I wiinorawal of U.S. ]France, would be acceptable to "Before even discussing any ,will be peace.

to the Communists wouldbe troops immediately. In your I the United States, insofar as kind of new relationship between "In a country which is defend-

a clear success for Commu- r SetsWarning :opinion, what would be the ef :South Viet Nam is concerned? North and South VietNam i ng itself against aggression, to
In Seoul nist China that would.endangera Lodge feet of such action? Lodge: "The so-called 'neu-
the of 'neutralism is the
North should stop aggression speak
vast area of Asia in which 240 "Some tralism I under present circumstances
Lodge UJS.
troops against the South. No same thing as disarming it
million people live, u.s. Ambassador which is the complete equiva-
are performing :
Nrm lark mtmt. Henry Cabot Lodge said missions can be withdrawn specific :lent of Communist victory."In conversations with North Viet ,while leaving tne military po-

SEOUL Thousands of students -today.In ;soon as their missions as fact, the Communists in Nam are even conceivable while I ential; of its aggressor intact.
are com-
marched on the Presidential prepared answers to-questions pleted. But a general'withdraw I describing their idea of victory this interference in South Viet Po do this in the case of VietNam

Mansion in Seoul yes- put to the ambassador by ,al of the United States at this 'always use the word' 'neutral Nam's internal affairs is goingon. 1 would be the prelude

terday in .the second, day_of Wes Gallagher, general man- time I would be disastrous. We ism.' But they apply it exclu They must withdraw imme t to, communizing the whole

fierce anti-government demon--ager of The Associated Press, i and the Vietnamese have builta sively' to South Viet Nam and diately. rountry."

strations. Lodge'made these other points: would be on: the front doorstepof "In addition, therefore, the.. strong position_here. t

In the face of spreading demonstrations 1. Lodge believes South Viet Australia.. ,local militia is being greatly improved "The cost to us in dollars EXCLUSIVELY 191A4&1P111
Nam's the VietCong per
in Seoul and other war against "Eastward, the repercussionsfor ,and a corps of civil administrators year is less than it costs to Great Dacron ? .
be by applying *
can the Philippines and for For- WILSON'SSUPERBA
cities the
major government W
:current plans "provided external is being created so build one airplane carrier. For
backed down from its stand mosa would be severe. There
: hostile influences stay with- that once the army has clearedan us to throw away this joint in- Wash 'n Wear
demonstrations "d fore, when we speak'of Southeast
against a n in bounds." area, it will be able to vestment, for which brave men THE MAN'SSHOPPING
Asia not of Shirt
we are talking ;
promised police non-interference
have laid down their lives
hold it."If 100%
2 The general withdrawal of
small neck of the woods ,
if the students acted in an order- some would be imprudent.Q. "AN HEUSE CENTER
ly manner. UJS.troops from South VietNam but of an area about 2,300.miles the Vietnamese (and we)
at this time would be long from north to south, and persist, victory will surely Do you envisage any circumstances \ DACRON VANTRIC FOR FASHIONS
: Premier Choi Doo-Sun, appearing "disastrous. miles wide ,from east to come." where In the
3,000 neu-
before demonstrating: Neutralization of South VietNam west__.., with about zw.....million pet___: lTIES\ NOT FADS!

students, pledged that demandsby as proposed by France pIe. I i Y 5.95
students for discontinuationof and Communist bloc nations Attention Growers: Wash them! ,",
"If the Communist Chinese, '
South Korea's "normaliza would ?'fbe'complete equiva- They never
using North Viet Nam as a ,
tion" talks with Japan "will be ::1 len(of'Communist victory." AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE TO need to be
catspaw, were able to take over f'b
considered" the Gallagher submitted his pressed!
fully by gov- I questions
South Viet Nam, it would be in-
ernment. The National Assem I to Lodge during a visit to terpreted as a vindication of the AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS AND HOME
bly's foreign affairs committee I Saigon earlier this week. The methods 2.50
fanatic Chinese
resolved to put in a motion to- AP general manager is now in over OWNERS OF THE ALACHUA AREA
that of the Soviets. It would
morrow to call,off negotiations"in the Philippines.These .
also be regarded in the free
view of continuing violationsof were the questions and I
world as reflecting a general There is now a brand new, modern Kilgore Seed
the line fishing limits answers:
by Japanese peace fishing boats." Q. Why is the freedom of lack of ability, a lack of will Company store in Alachua, Florida. The location is a
power by the United States to
Seoul's demonstrations were the South United Viet States Nam important to prevent Communist aggression.Q. Just east of the city limits on the north side of High-

joined by some 30,000 studentsof Lodge: "Communist China The war throughout South way 441.
nine universities and collegesand wants turn Viet Nam seems to be in a 1 k '
to Viet Nam into a % L5
six middle and high schools. stalemate with little relative \ K
satellite. The war in South VietNam This store specializes in top-grade products and : S'a
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Large groups of demonstrators is advertised by them as gain by either side. What k Kf
marching to the Presidential a 'war of liberation' which changes can be expected to end prompt service in: i

Mansion were, held up by a they base their propaganda line this low-key period of conflict? ,..o3wc.. o-

thick police cordon, backed up that their brand of communism Lodge: "I believe that per- Agricultural Supplies Pesticides t y' = K everything% Dacron.-a ever% Nylon wanted is FAMOUS
by two platoons of army troops is superior to the Soviet brand: sistent execution of the existing S in a wash *n wear shirt.The
with rifles. and that the United States is civil-political and military plans Custom Applications Herbicides :; blend makes the shirt Interwoven

both the world's greatest imperialist will bring victory-provided the Fertilizers Seeds i smooth and strong-pigs
They chanted the song of "Li S wrinkle-free wash 'n wear.
beration" and slogans demand power and also a paper hostile external influences stay Dual collar converts from
Plastic Films Men's Socks
ing suspension of talks with tiger which is unable or unwill- within bounds. Under (South Fumigants dress to sport collar when
ing to use its own Vietnamese premier) Gen. Garden Tools l you open the top button.
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Japan, recall of South Korean L Comfortably cool neat with the Lycra
envoys from Tokyo, defendingof "Then, South Viet Nam is the Khanh, a new and much stronger short sleeves.In white plus

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fishing boats and expulsionof on the northeast and east by which means that in the army The Kifgore Seed Company for colors.ContourCrafted"the neat tailored look.

Japanese commercial agents.A Formosa and the Philippines, bravery is being rewarded. Division of l.OOpr.Men's .
Asgrow Company
on the south by Indonesia, and "The army can clear any
student group tore down a on the west by Burma. Commu- area in the ,country that it Street Floor

sign from a half-completed new nist seizure of South Viet Nam wants, but,it has not been able j Alachua, Florida Sh 0 P- .
hotel being built in downtown would put the Communists to hold what it has cleared. ,.
Seoul with .
reputedly Japanese squarely into the middle of --

capital. Southeast Asia, whence they
Authorites sought to avoid could radiate all ever. LITTLE BOYS' SUITS
violent clashes between students "The loss of South Viet Nam OPEN 'TIL 9:00:

and policemen and to preventtoday's would have an incalculable ef-
disturbances from be- 44tJ-
fect on Cambodia and Laos,

coming a replica of what hap-. with strong repercussions fur If, a TODDLER BOYS' ,
pened four years ago when up- ther west in Thailand and Bur- ,

rising led by students toppledthe ma. It would shake Malaysia to t ETON SUITS, 2-4, .
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man Rhee. threaten Indonesia. If Indonesiawere 5
Unlike when -i RIGHT: BOYS,
Tuesday, they unable or unwilling to re-
dispersed demonstrators with sist, the Chinese Communists J 6-12AND r
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