Group Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1963)
Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 2, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1964


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Prisoners Can't Make It to Church,


So Services Taken to County Jail


It was BEaster after ,
ad a tri of drh ladi were
out for a stro
Esters a hy day.
Its spirit had ptt tothe
the woa Ad the spring
day was wn ad suny. So
they'd t u to visit friends
o had mised Suday Schoo.
Wry O has its abe-
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a ab.lr, a idea.
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been to Sumday l. AId
they were w aywrd bough to
be put beW d lre, tho at
need me qspLMk h ep. h t
spn of a few ips her thogs
fe into place.
"How would yp like bt ha
she aded her tio n r -a.
It .odd on a pretty l
Moea, rcas J. L. Ira
o GId AGiemile.
in jail
They told e jaeWr teir
idea. "Helbt M1,butite %duM
we'd have to the sheri"
Mrs. Grang lat week. So
m aft i h t ditL And te
Sta y al day,the
aw- -bm hJi- ther
ThByw thtm rat fttine
that at lMn a alima
arun d ttM Jal a


am wu ls d U.S
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drenSt t tm hy wee =
ea ago.


h a a.aSt ySnday since
I, a p church people
will gar a at the County
Jag-
They'te d by Rev. T.Earl
(See PBO a Page TA)


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Within 90 Miles
PASADENA, Calf. (AP) The US. pacacrft Ran-
ar 6 streak toward doom Satday with a caro e
camoas that could aohe a -ol myaterim before they
crash on the moon early Sunday.
The spacecraft is so we po-
stioned in space that scientists
t Jet Propulsion aboray,J A ainst
which is controlling Ramr I
during its hour vo wage, do.e- T
ide ag a played s,. Neutralized
hour regiment of itsix tee-
vision cameras.
SViet Nam
After tracking the vehicle Viet
since a complicated midouse
correon Friday, officiallate By FRANK CORMIER
Satmrdy said it would impact WASHINGTON (AP) -Presi
within a -mie circle in a des- dent Johnson aid today be does
rtle basin called the Sea o not agree with French Preri
Tranquility, which lies some 4 dent Charles de ulle's prop
ils to t right of dad center for a Southeast Asia se
M the moon's vise face. tement. Johnso branded the
Dr. William Pickering labor- as "not in the interests of free
atory director, said the site is dom."
oly 15 miles north the oig Johnson, at his first an-
al target, at which the space nounced-inadvance news con
craft was aimed during the fe ce, said he might look
midu maneuver, with sympathy on proposals to
Imsct time is still a few e neutralize all of Viet Nam.
ods past 1:24 am. (PS) Su- But he added that he believes
Sda De Gaulle's neutralization sug
icrit pve the spa ges wl< would apply only t
craft's 5 p.m. position 3 32 South Viet Nam where Ameri
miles from earth with 3,74 an military men are heavily
mls yet to o the mO Its committed in a war ap-
speed at the time: 2,0 m.p.h. C nit uerrills.
aIf pU we ar tfirte d el o The Pr d sid he hu are
thie an la leived MouM tt athe
y be reale at p t. that ined power in Saio
day, PleC'c U Ieiay wid.n dep upt d.
A pesmse for e lab ors. tComm Vi men a.
Ip I ^ &I 1D In other areas, Johnson t
X rifI~~ ur~ oy newuman o thaored in th
qa, UlN all daa s i a c ip White theatre
"Io' a sdi rn. -He ould not enmmcnt 0
As th s raft sh s two questioMns bout the Smat
arr t e n the p Ii etiation of Jo on's erst
ir praviy will iae s while protege, Robert G. (Bob
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he had already spoke "with
candor and frankness" on this
subject.
-He does not expect that the
idi rights bill now being de.
haed in the Hoaue will have to
be trimmed back in order to
win eacnment But he said h
does expect a Senate filibuster
on the subject
- e President began his
conference by radg a f gthy
statement in which he argued
that te nation's determination
to seek peace nd freed had
been "demotrated new i
eight differ situations" in the
past wek.
Thse ranged from the con-
timuig effort to restore reln
tlons with Panma to the "new
assurances" that the South Viet
Nam unt will step up the war
against the Viet Cong guerril
ls.
Jo minced no words a
reping to a ution about hi
a ttde ad De OA e's
dim fr pr ing stable y in
81lhoadt JAd.
"I do anot ae with General
De G lles proposal" said
John T Preent added
that I beOved It would "'
be i e te s o fraedoa
to a his views."
JMam daded th Uited
M e rrpwl a adt U. a
far to s ebat war "steped
ae PrMiS said he had
at a nem days

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sead d the antamei d 0U B
li from July aogh Dee
cate.
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fomas but wMh the a
ary codkections in pro a
oom chedle for te ta
wod be topped
The sales tax could a to
brb Ni aihl, inh Shyaw
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Rosy Financial


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tlNGTON (AP)-la the CHICAGO (AP) An e
am o Washington: mad fire ia Uin power amm
6L JOBS: Four railroad dot Comnty Hopital Sal-
b hmoo& have aed the day utoff aled y oh
Um Cmt o A ppks to trw hmpial ad t ne arb Preby-
a pedl arbitration board teriasSt de's Hospital
f haut woM ul utimately' Te ploo and fre at the
thousands of rail MU edCoo County Hoal
wa qicUy yelled by fSmi
but tie hopihal rena itd wit
court Friday took air out tricity.
;mnnt the appeal m a Ona me wa injured whn
r Court nilini that the lort d'e astsi h&W
S nid tbe arbitrati panel e ham oe feet
t id lst ummeby legis- Eedtrical power at l5ad
SnlMrto head off a.nationwde PrphbyeriaSt Luke's faild a
lf. Esbt time ter te c y hb-


g estimated M50 jobs are
l bmed in the 4% year dispute
: exhausted al me-su
y Railway Later Act se-
w residntial commissins
sa labor Department media-
ftonfforts. .
*Jbe unions said if neceary
tUywill figbt the deciia to
the Suprem Court


* W AT FOR RUSSIA: he
C(D0ntal Grain Co. an-
nouned Friday it haa arranged
to.saip m,20 tons d wheat to
Ius1 in U.S. flag vessels, but
ake gvermnmt puernn
tcuae foreign ships for the est
of-l grain
i Maritime Commissi
wi4) must act on te request,
said-the application was baed
on ftinenta's plea that it
co.apiot find enough US. ip
to-crry the grain at the prices
ail terms it had posted.


RESEARCH CENTER:
GMer Boston has ben rec-
om ended-again-by the U.S.
spci agcy as the site for a
O mi electronic r arch
ceatem
ig first recommended for
Beoet, Republcan contended
:th enter was a political plum
for S3. Edward M. Kenndy,
., brother of the late
Posebnt John F. Kennedy.
owqc b held up te appo
pta, ordering t National
Ageodia and Ahmhnis-
tra ioto conduct a study o
nad for the center and whether
Ba was actually tm proper
place for it.
fASA Administrator James
E.-Webb Friday announced t
reltmmedaUto in n official
rept to Congres.


LATIN: David Rockefller,
prudent of the Chase Manhat-
tan Bank of New York, beads a
prate business oup formed
toi government program in
Lain America.
Creation of the panel -the
Buness Group for Latin Amer-
ie-as announced Friday by
thk White Houe. President
Johnsom met with 37 mem-
bels in the afternoon.
oie White House said te or
galuatlo wll work cloely
wil the US. government to
"cnsier matters of comm
interest relating to Latin Amer-
ies"


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Flord Ditrct, American
RaillfeRy Leae, will
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daen
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wij JPgh at I pm. th
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titWr IeeW. ias wiaP
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pitai re ner acrrth other aP
Sd city's West Sid ew
mpa for Cbrmmqt~h


Co. said Prebyterr-St. Luke's
power supply was tied n with

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FrmPPagel
speed to almost o0 mls a
hour at impet.
Ten minutes before t ah,
at an altitude o about mll
six mall television camera
will begin licking at a rate
30 shots a minute.
S everything works, US.
scientists wi have the first
cloeup photographs of t
moon. be picture could dis-
dose whete th su e ra i
rough or moot, made of lava
that could wreck a spaceship,
or imposed of layers d t
that could engul an etire -
pedition.
Two earlier vehicle landed
on the moo-Rusia's L ik 2
and this country's Raner 4-
but neither sent back any sg
nificant information.
Russia's Lunik 3 photo.
graphed the back side of the
oon but from altitudes of
more than 4,000 miles ad the
pictures we nisindct


Labortory ocls


Ranger 6 was deigned to take
pictures down to a few hundred
feet above the lunar surface, a
fraction of a second before the
impact.
Observatories around the
world pl d to train power
fl telescopes on the target area
in the hopes of seeing the im-

Astronomers aid te rash
would not be visible to te
naked'eye but that with luck


some telescopes
either a flash d
dus cloud.


might pick up
light a Ihup


Ranger's cameras were made
to convert what they see into
video signals which its tran
miners will send to two bi
dish-shaped antennas at the
Goldstone tacking station on
the Mojave Desert north o Bar-
stow, Calif. There the signals
will be recorded n film and


kts Out


the Cook Comty edra
Power was re d to the se
od asphl abut so hor a
the IW6wed aL
Seval pens1 remained
trapped devahnw at Pmiby-
erima&. IIe'I d tel i
boar-og blackout 7m wee
' opratio bale pmr Ld.
eualy pok aid
Sinportal a w be
med to raesre power to the
o hospital lb eiatd
damln to the giarating sa
tion at l milMs.
The ene at both hspItal
was one od confusi There
as ani, however. At Cook
County, patie, on of them
barefoot, fled the building.
Parents, including a hw
emergency cases, wen tnd
away at both hopitas. At Pres-
byterisn-SI. Like's, iigl ligts
m te hae wee imra
ferrd to the orald .
Doctors -ad mi I
flasights ad a mdU o mned
the corrmidos aiu ho
Doeon at Cook C* eatea d
the bhopital's fierate ood
bank would be nreed If pgr
was ot so ratored.
Commonweal E e was
unab estie a how lo It
would take to set a r-
gacy power arrgem t at
Cook County. lbt hospital
docks stopped at i: p

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From Page 1
gave him new m anme that
South Viet Nm wa "proceed-
log immediately' with web
p And Jobao aid hb seat
a personal repy i winch ho
said:
"I am gd to kmow we
eye to eye oa the aity for
steping up the war aast the
Vt Cong."
Johnsn aid Shriver would
-1. to .ye.. .war- ag.n. t th


said take a hand in both the "forwn


lalon and execution of the war
on poverty" and wou work
dosely with a Cabinet commit
tee nmpoed ain department
heads involved in the projected
effort
By naming Shrive as a pres-
dential assistant, Johnson
seemed to rule out-at least r
the present-the i d creat-
ing a separate new agency to
handle the ani-poverty pro-


Johnso described Shriver as
"eminently qualified" and
said the Peace Corp director,
a brother-iaw d. the late
President Jobh F. Kennedy,
"has outstanding qualities of
leadership"
bhe first question the on-
feence was aimed at deter-
ming whether JMu forn
a time when te Uited States
might reconbe Comui
Chna- a move udmertakm last
week by France.


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And Discords


I a BY mVn catAa


The GaimaviB Youth Or
chetra Amial Coamert Tha
day night, was rMEMl h
eey way. n rahr start
t was the lare number d1
top profesiaklank m dicia
;who were preiMt and a-
piiead tanehm much
phed with the prfrma
te fact tht uy came at a
Simed tg fet t was a wort
dolbrt part oar yo
- *ma


Melkt Mf al hdd pF
feby together by Carwio
he second hel wa- eq
ee, with *' Vie-Pariome"
ad "Bs TW" ulani,
ad evythig steed p to a
top plane by the aaNm d
the sklful youg ibye
i wa a large lobl
e Naudwice
*$
On Tmday ht, me U. d
r. Deptum t of Mt pr-


Dorothy Reaves c estii GI. ar b.itM bIeals
symphoy No. 12 by MonIame"d er of kl
wt fim udWAIPad *a tlr "t-tr the
eent ed a LSr Plers, ad Wer @ 1t
givfg d attas and blt ml"a &5mr a
ag the nely rei pr l rt, "Die Schme l -
with iskbL ( t II r
Ti eNseMo amrtasd* M), iL d r Don
beqahout 1o pnepq. B6Z&rWattpiA
wuad Cwm tl n fl Ine M a s &hbrt
Chr of amsan, f r works, nampb& t
"D Fr~MiW"by va VWieerhaii th sC h
ad keeping 8 ft Wl agflegttsmdasnAl-
mertd sirens d a r-boy trav l r m o
Smm""l g wor, a aw emi
Td n's Comrts in G to a me l witaaMbet.
uead Rob M adNl t aruwo mb t g W
viLsa soKl wbo played HestbMan Mift r -
tnrmdot wi r)kh *s tw a a,, mm w



S SBB eae l iye MI a Ip iS
m to adsetll arI b e v -w wtasIeE
tWd. The bu pS'n ad l bshbMte O hM




hg egw a a asbirsae ams
UU hto n hu m Ui nIi ni hhi ,,, S
West MbSbStory, ce dote i he h *Abo is M.
wit MaIA varw d sp.r ha ("W).
Ad inftr IVa f.i ap to TOO@ablm i|
yia moders werest-, wa m l lOat rt bWl,
itart thmoh l wso am u wo"M
r fearing ai awad Al* l


llng power ad punch.
In the eemd part- i whh
the lad diover he is t the
me te maid loves and saly
s beat the waves othe
brok he has talked with before
-Webbdd ome of his best
work, barging out th al
loveliness of the last goodnigi
by te rook to the heatok-
- mter boy.6
Dallurg's wmnp*mi1a1!^
wereworks of art ad added
mand to eecm ne andm
aty of the amerms
*
th Florida Federadtio
Me CAM, Sae arlt J
.mat il, bums f1o
wE paehts amal Jamor
"isval Saburday, Mar. 7, b
SJ. J. Finley School, M12
NW Il Awve., bni oly
bua ha ig, dw to the rige

amiwr Ir e vel e ira I
ad be Daf&m, eoib.
or hr the piao trus.
Dr. Kler is pmllAr Id

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Butt

From Page 1
"e hid be wld like to give
the pgram tht support from
tie ploti d i comw&
Bt rp ed Sheld Paier
a rman of te plan board
early ti fal wh H Plaog -

he 41-year-old architect has
ed In Gainesvlle for 11 years.
He received architecture de
ree frm th University o Ne-
baska ad b mater' degree
from Rice Univerity.
ut servedin the U. S. Air
force for fr years during
World War II. He is a corporate


berry.
Louise Ewel, ,, High
Spr ad John Phiip Ran-
dolph, 3 H Springs.
Sauie Jane Thomas, 1,
Gainesville and Jimmy L W-
ao 21, Gaineville.
Gall Elabelth Grif 2
Gainesvill, ad O David
Stringer, 2, Wanehu.
Cornelia Hadrl, 2I, Gaines-
vl, and Charles ToImas Cor-
nett 30, Ga i tsville.
Carrie Rariehdo vs. Gaierr
vile, a .d Lmander Tuvenoan
Winter Haven.
Dv vere SlM s ed
Jae WA. uinp vs DouglasM.
Austin.
Mima Bennett vs Joe Bennett.
Evelyn J Babbitt vD Wilam
Edgar Babbitt.
Roslyn Marlshail Jerry







Starling.
Victor R. Smith vs Sharr a L
Ann Louise Shealey vs Marvin
Chter sibealy.
Gloria Ruth Winters Riven
vs Kaenneth Riverns.
Shirley W. Dunlap vs Walter
Scott Dunlap MI.
Wilma J. Starling v Rumll
Starling.
Final Divrer Decrees
William J. Lane Jr. vs. Sarah
J.Lane.


member of the American lmt-
tute of Architects and is a direc-
tor of the local AIA chapter.
He is. member of the EpiWc
pal Church and hae and his wife,
Bette, a two children, live at
31 SW 4rd Terr.
Butt plded support of the
p department and called
for s et efforts to properly
1staff11 Ndeart for a'l ea
dt iat hrbuiedew iip-
matd e vig fu prect-
S0 our ided al neigbor
bm"
bootd
He id he would give "my
ret endorsement" to e-
forts d the "Ymoung rk" com-
miLo majority to prevent
onstru n of a filling station
at the corner of 1th Street and
University Ave., known as the
SAB corner.
(Bt said be could not speak
for e Chic Actio Asociatim
whe asked if the CAA were Mup-
-ort his candidacy, although
e indiated be would seek the
civic group's support.)
"houd the proposed city
bond Ie pm, the monies
must not bp frittered away,"
But sa. "I pledge my best -S
forts as a city commissioner to
see that the funds are aconomi-
cally ad efficiently used, and
in accordance with the program
as aied n to the voter."
He aid he favored the earliest
possible action on a city housing
ordinance with additional study
for guidelines for "fair and rea-
sonable enforcement."
Butt said he felt Gaiesville
clie should have th chance
to vote on whether city depart
ments should all be administer-
ed by the city manager.
He said he favored the pro-
poedcharter change and hoped
that the question would be in-
cluded on the March 17 ballot.
"Finally, like many other citi-
ses ofGainesville, I am both
proud and grateful for the fine
work of Mayor Winn and the
other members of the Bi-acial
Committee," Butt stated.

Bible Institute
Enrollment Up
GRACEVILLE Baptst B-
W Inie i has eadd 10
students for the second ames-
tr of the 19 4 school year,
Dr. Walter D. Draugmho Jr.,
den, announced last week.
Thi makes the total, am tdu-
pit enrollment fr the
year, the dean said, up
thre frm the previous year.


COURT OF RECORD
Crisml D4000
Judge Ira Carter mesidg
Jan. 2
Fed vi Crawford, Ar
cher, violation of drivers i
cee retraction, 2 or 10
days; Loeu Days, Route 4, no
valid drivers license, r 15
days; William Ellis Gatti,
ighb pngs recklm drive f
2 or l days; Marie Seymm
Hunt, Archer, violation of driv-
er liceme restricting, ra
five days; James Arthur Le,
637 NE 15th St., operating an
unsafe vehicle, 25 or 15 days;
Roger Farley Palmer, 01 NW
3rd Ave., speeding, traffic
school and ( costs; Alice .
DeMott, Archer Road, reckle
driving tnraf school and (
Costs.
Joeaph T. Hodge, Route 4,
fishing without a Heoes, 1 or
five days; Margaret od,
Route 4, fintbg without a I-
cea $0 or five days;
Hubert Wad, reckle
driving, (1 or 0 days;
W iam Crawford S1 NE ad
St., fishf without a amk e $2
or fin days; Ellis 0. Harrima,
0 NE 2it SL, wothle cdck,
restitution and cot or
days, aseten deferred uS
Feb. 3, ; Ellis 0. Harr
23 NE 2t St, worttlm
check, reu io a $3cost
or a day;
Albert Hidcks, M 10 SE
Place, drivl a l v be d-
eated, S or dys ad driv-
e's iamme su.pa fr h
minim m tim; James P.
Jonm 31 NE t SL, fish
withNcae, a s a I
days; Ray MNeW Ad, a,
wo rthie dek, uttim
o coms; Walter G. I rt
714 1 t St, dWardey aO
doc B or day; bert T.
Thomas, 918 NW l Ave.,
wemtl etee, $M er II

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COURTIMB REMCIIS
-Ya iem an kalm
Vicki e Kgerma, 21
ainelle, ad Henry Ray
Fogrow, 3, Gaiesvilk
Barbara Ele Mey, 18, Wa
do, and Donald Martin Sche
Jr., Waldo.
Sarah WakWe Gracy, U,
Gainesie, ad Whon Warm
ndrmick, Gdavlme.
Share Elale Thomas,
Gain ,le ad Richard Arth-
ur Aaderia, 2, Gaiesvile.
Sydney Jane Diggs, 2,
Gaineville, and Ham Michael
Gebhd, 21, Gainesville.
Barbara Amn Bridge, 21,
Gainesville, and John William
Herng, Gaineville.
Dotha Robinson, 2, New-
berry, and Paul Lee, 2, New.


SWoday -- I
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IMar al I p.m.
Sear., he.r M lnMe.
P1OMENTr CONSTMILATION
OriI,. tI MoN t at mI.rle.
VUHLa PLAhNTI
VMLN. It k a 1:6 p.m.
Janper. Ina wmt 1:4 6..


obituariei
MRS. EDNA SHIPP Home is in charge of arrange.
Mn. Ed In L Sipp, o, of
131 NW 12t Road, died Fri- IRENE GREENE
day in Alacua General Hospi-
al following an extended ill- Mrs. Irene M Greene, of
K Tarpon Springs, sister o Mrs.
Neal Sexton of Gainesville, died
Mrs. Shipp was a retired Friday in Tarpon Springs.
edrk for the U. S. Department
f Agriture. She was a m She was born June 1I, 1 ,
ber o the First Baptist Church in Rochelle, and was am
of Gainesville and the Order offer of the Baptist Church.
the Eastern Star, Chaptr 44. Among survivors are a daugh.
Mhe was J 3 ti ter, Mrs. Mirium Bryan of Roe
W dre a 1Julyl a ita, Spain, and three sisters,
SWoo Bry, G and nnaghter ofMrs. Sexton Mrs. Bet Zetroi.
James W ram and Anna. er of Rochelle, and Mrs. Tom
Grg Bran ad had liv-Beaver of Trilby.
o dn Gainsville for 5 years. Funeral services will be co
Funeral ser will be con-ducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. n
ductd tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Tar-
the First Baptist Church with pon Springs. Graveside serv-
Dr. Fred Laugho and Dr. T. ices will be conducted at 3 p.m.
V. McCaul officiating. Wednesday at Oakridge Cemn
Survivors include her hus- tery near Rochelle.
and, Royce L hipp of Gain-
ille, two brothers, Pal UF Short
Irann of Gaieville and Wil- r .
IU lmun of Tthi ar a si.. ^-1 11 T


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$ ; m; race MiAs, a
addrm lied, faoe qappatin
fr a drivers hleme, ; O
Mae MUhins Route drunken-
ae, 0;; Odie Nichok,
Jackville, speeding, 35;
heodore Preley, LaCrosse, no
valid drivers hIene, $5;
Dam ed the a of-Ruth
Marie Fuwood, Wald, no vald
drive licene; Jo Am Hamiu-
l 47 SW Archer Road, no
vald drivers lice; Jimmie
lee Johnson, 16 SE 13th
Place, no valid drivers license
and Ea Roberts, Trenton, no
valid drivers license.
Cohued the case of Edpr
0. Yate Jr., 15U1 SB h Dr.,
reckun dvim wum and
wats; Wmie D. Miller, 311
NW 4 Place, worth check;
Walter Mitcell, 15 NE th
St, poneam of lottery; Gro
ver Mull Rouate drunk
m ; Willm L Thomp
o address ied, petty larce;
Robet L Turner, Beaumont
MiL., no valid rivers ieMe;
'ieia A. Webster, 0 NW I2h
St. petty larceny.
Ordred captas iamed for
Samnel Wilims, 744 NW st
St., beating board bod.
Set a tial te ofFeb. 10, 14
for echer A. ThmLan, 45 SE
St., mult ad battery.

TEMPS

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mtas --.-- 4
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n t 34 'Is
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Care
e in manage.
t for hospital
be presented
of Florida's
health Center


The short course, "Fiscal
Practices," focuses attention o
the financial aspects of manage
meat in the hospital housekeep-
ing department.
More than 40 hospital house.
keepers from the Southeastern
Hospital Conference will attend
the workshop coordinated by
Anne Vestal, executive house.
keeper at the University Hos-
pital.
Co sponsors for the w o r k-
shop are the Florida Institute
for Continuing University Stud.
ies and the National Executive


BeRid his wife he is surHousekeepers Association.
vived by a son, George R. Baild-
ey Jr. ofAtlanta,Ga., and two RC Month
daughters, Mrs. Sue Pegues of
Calfonia and Mrs. Jess P. WASHINGTON (AP)-Pres.
Green of Okinawa dent Johnson Saturday pro.
Funeral services will be claimed March as Red Cross
conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. month and urged all Americans
in the Holy Trinity Episcopal to honor the organization "to th.:
Church. Burial will be in Monte- limit of their capability by par.
cello. ticipating in and trengthenin,
Williams Thomas Funeral ts work."


ter, Mn. 0. L Hill of ithia. Ir
Pallbear wi be Walter Hospital
WyL, L F. Lather, Fred
ShMild, Paige Pinnell, Her- A short course
hel Haym W. T. Arnett, Wil- ment development
iam L Sawyer, ad Curtis Wil- housekeepers will
Ihms. ey will meet at the at the University
church at 2:4 p. m. tomorrow. J. Hillis Miller H
SGramdS s rvi will be Feb. 3 through 7


CHORDS


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FusEL1iEICEwSH:~1OEaS


conuted by the Chapter 44 of
th Order of the Eatern Star.
he family requests that in
le of flowers donations be
made to the cancer society.
GEORGE BAILEY
George R. Bailey of Lake
Roa near Meloe died yester-
day in a car etweenGaines-
vile and Melre.
Baey was ret and form-
rly lived ina wood, N.J. He
was the huad of Marjorie
Cannon Bailey of Gainesville.


HILlY~IYIIII~I~T~


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Other lSae Fled
John H. Davis vs Lnda J.
Chiapini Townsend, dmages.
Alachua County vs Helen
Smith Mashal, oendmnato.
Emil Benesh vs Willie Martin
and Ruth Martin, foreclosure.
The Dry Dock Savings Bank
vs Gary M. Nolan and Marilyn
L. Nolan, mortgage foreclosure.
The Jim Randy Corp. vs Ran-
dy Wetter, poiesmson.


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Beiter Programs for Media


RhubRA (AP)-l ed Col
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th ik ke6 ct Int y
a lse mtiw poima
baer adartifh ad Sabf
e to a csnaoO ethical code.
-te Arr to bmkadct med
s "ida a o t paoblm,"
&he fohet rMa armn
sa id ay ht hopes to e Uma-.
or media can h in .
Ie meed to break bob W
fruotin of radio ropauning
tregb of code and se a
arty d of radio iorn sb
ribta to the cde by year'.


Mad," he aid. O(y per eat
bcrbe now.
CoiWs ea the NAB d it i
aaes moum d ap M M
t year media rserch and
wou d Md for ppnraubsI
dchi. 7Ie NAB a nd i wun
hdd two wesm einas, at
Havard ad Sord, a a ale
muinpnymet
the NAB bard also voled at
itl fi baime lessioa ater a
-long meeting to cobtrule
4Nm to the freedom infor-
maton cntr at the University
d l ifsouri


mie ad of hI BRatbg C.
e bi, nac i camm
phnd to mak p& dte ct
a iMs which dobad s
would rate audi e ma ad
radio program
African Aihm
TOONTO (AP) depends
ce, a bter wi g h a ard
Sd onamiance are te nr
mla desires Afica, G. Mm-
- William, US. a sant
cretary o state for African


Donald H. McGaoM, chair- aairs, said Friday ugt in a
mUt o the NAB research co eecah here.


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-ob training. The Equitable Lt'e
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to do something about the problem.
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of discouraged misfits with each new
generation is bound to be bad for
the atirn country.

Pehaps the one thing a great
many of drop-out youngsters need
is simply a job opportunity. For
others it may be the discipline of
job responsibility, or the assurance
of a regular pay check.

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parents are aware of the fact that
completion of a high school edu-
cation in most cases mak it a bit
easier for a youngster to obtain em-
ployment and find a starting place
for the future. That knowledge and
conviction, however, comes to many
youngsters only through rough and
often regrettable experience.

The companies that are trying to
help these youngsters deserve great
credit for both their foresight and
generosity.


Voice of the People

--On The Sun's Opinion Pag

-- 0iiu s cn h m s of Sn mdm r *e wemle in t Veke of the PeoIde cdaIm. Lettm
,mI he sinsbd ad bor bhe wi e wii ,t wroi u i iH shh. m wil w i A letw hlwd
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-Home Owners

Beware!


EDITOR, Sun: In view of
She fine way the Gainesville
sn brought to the attention of
'The people the home repair
racket and brought to a halt
"Tis unfair dealing with our
citfens, it would be well for
rhe Sun to warn the people
that an organization is making
plans, in the City of Gaines-
Oft, to enter into the homes
People, without the people's
A .


permission and whether they
like it or not, make some re-
pairs which this organ tions
says the home owner needs,
whether the fellow that lives in
the place wants to or not and
regardless of how much the
homeowner owes and whether
he can afford to pay for these
repairs or not.
Then this organization will
take a kind of a first mortgage
on the place even though the
owner did not sign anything.
If he doesn't make the X
equal payments with interest


Washington Memo

Fri ve he Cowls Washigtun urnse
..NAME DROPPERI Whe Joseph W. Barr of Indiana was
wo in as a Direcor of the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corp. last week President Johson told of the time he ws
ting ready to make a speech in Indiana in I. A very
yng, attractive man said to me 'don't forgt that I am a
candidate for Congess from ths -district mad maao my
n e, Joe Barr.'" The President said he.tahd a the
glories the Democratic Party, and finally reemaberl
Bar's request "I said 'I have other fant to ask of y.
ere is a yong, progressive, attractive, wel educated fel-
Jr who is rMaing Irs CaMes,' and I coa 't Utk of ti
sme. 'I want to tll you peoe ththat he is med (e finest
alidates I have ever bbsned.' And I still oouln't t
f his name. About that tim I heard a fellw whisper 'Barr
JA Barr.' I look around aid It s the cdliate te-
lf."

OMIN ATION? e lst time the com final lead
en visited Preident Johso, somebody ra rted t It
looked as th Pierre Sallger, the press rear, wa
iglt a buldW for Vice Pridet became of d e ws pie-
am of him da Presket Johbon ghr a hrs ck.
au. Hubert Haphrey, wh likes a joke as we as the xt
ae, and who also woulh't shy away frm t vice prei-
day, Jumped into the hsssion. "Yeo soe Debby Kemedy
to the Par East," he told the PraMsit "Ye amil s arp
Jiver to e the Pope. Adiai ges take Ms. JobNam t
t -theatr. What I went to hn w, Mr. Pr*eui. is aqu o
gis to help Lyuda Bid nreia? R Prid 's dlaer
is papring d to S dM c at Geirge WasgtB Umniluty.

'TB UTIEl 11TNGB: LyOm JoaMon is a laghMeaer
ier. e ha always ho this way, having anae e s
fltd o of his daghlrs (1 hr hlea the I t i h r
Swen she dida' t a ed it en reta he t e L
el by, the beact td h Ir t ba m lt an l ns Is tbe
-ASkIM fuily Iwirs vha qe an MtuMei He
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d hsdi dsd GMV an* I b l d fItm i p
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to pay for these repairs he
perhaps didn't want, and if he
did, be perhaps couldn't af.
ford, they can put the house
on the auction block and sell
it to the highest bidder-all
legal-like.
They may even say, if the
owner has a large family,
"you have too many children
in this house; we wil build you
another room forycu to pay
for," when he probably has all
he can do to feed and clothe
aid educate his children now.
To top this all off, this org
nizaton my possible, if the
owner doe't let thn make
the repairs he may or may not
wantbut eat rM, hr
(excuse me, anot burn but tear)
the house dm and charge the
owner for doing the ob-and
if he doem't pay for that -
take over the
Don't you think the people
should know about this? They
might want to put a stop to it.
And now, the nme of the or-
-.:-. HmtIn 'Wbt--


Suuann that
about srtig
Qty of Gainesi

What do u
tn? Read th p
aoe! Let you
em kMow whty
bhvea p ei
let's stick with
have.
Ohyes-Plhea
inspector cac
in the kitchen.
tabo under t
code!



One Kin
'Till It
EDmTOR, :
nad in the 1
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for w th b
olr skk!


CONSCIENCE


THE


SOUTH


FlorUa's Bmduif
'Univenaty aty


i 'I a "W IS GRATIFING that a
Sdeal Th m 's Catholic faith is no
le .uderits longer an obsa to the high
g rane, eat federal office. We credit
tiak about Mr. Keedy with buying
nmped or St hi forever. But we
mr anmim. would regret to see it ri
Yeei*& We aahinaew frm, thtime
mila ses turnd hide out A cadi
Sthe ae date's Ctholic faith should
not bcoe a lification for
office. It shuhel anltr boh
d ast letimd his way or as him onto the
yotesf ticket I th Uo t Ihe lou is.
uis rlty ae' s shame l its new
Spoposed versh ris d .
It is god now tolamn a
OBERVER healiby orim. The e is
no se nr in Airica.
w ". Every. is pre d to be
EIVeS f Antra ddeiAsU a em
r mts' bei free.He isfraet
L no ei s fee to mk ad
r. W AN W.ese *. mat a aties
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WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST


End of 'Non-Fighting' Policy


By RALPn H McGLL
of AmUUe. ( ei C wNlr


Religious


Issue Has


Difficulty

By electing John F. Ken-
nedy president of the United
States, America voters suc-
ceeded also in removing re-
ligion from politics to a de-
gree not yet determined. Cer-
tly the old bugboos, ac
ated by I rance, rrogance
and fear, are bsutantially
eliminated. If a Pope can go
to Jerusalem and the Holy
sites of CQristianity in the re-
gion about the golden city,
then perhaps he may also vis-
it the Uited States, Great
Britain or even Luther's Ger-
many without arousing any
great amount of idiotic clam-
or.
As the political yearof 14
moved from gilded paper
caps, tooting horns and the
quaffing of toasts into the re-
lities of our social system,
the spr-off from the politics
of an election year became
evident
SPECULATIV discussion
began to be heard above the,
babble of cocktail parties. The
question being asked Is
whether each party will nom
ite a Roman Catholic as
vice president. Between bites
of embalmed fish on crackers,
the pos and cons clash lud-
ly with the laughter of the
martini addicts each after-
noon in hotel and club rooms
about the nation.
The best reply to such talk,
to date, comes from New
York's Liberal Party. A poli-
cy statement from this organ-
ization, which often holds the
balance of power in city and
state elections, said that put.
ting up a "balanced" ticket,
with the choice for vice pres-
dent confined to a Roman
Catholic, would "nullify the
historic achievement of the
Kennedy election."
"WE BELIEVE that in
choosing a vice presidential
candidate in 19, we should
seek experience and stature
in national and international
affairs, proven ability in the
highest public service and the
profoundest commitment to
the democratic principle on
which this nation was found
ed," the statement said.
The Liberal Party leader-
ship did not oppose or sug
gest a Catholic not have a
place on the ticket The point
made is one that all Ameri-
cas might well make -
that the question, of religious
affiliation is Irrelevant
At about the same time a
Jesuit publication, "Amer-
c," published an editorial
on the am subject. The ed.
itors took note of the fact that
five of the eight persons most
frequently mentioned as poaw
sible running mates with
President Johon are Roam
an Catholics. "America"
aid:


of this convenient situation in
which they fight the kind of
guerrilla war they prefer on
Soith Vietnamese soil, while
enjoying immunity from at-
tack on their own; and in
which they refuse to negotiate
the "neutrality" of North Viet
Nam while insisting on the
"neutrality" of South Viet


By JANE RSON
WASHINGTON President
Jo on Is t likely to leave
do Viet Nam problem where
it is. The la coupd'etat in
November w a tragedy. The
aend me la week wu al
most a joke sort of acabi
net iffle with tanks and
the United States s beginning
to look not only efficient but
slightly foolish.
Psident Kennedy, who
was a patient and vaguely
pessimiti ma, might have
gone on supporting a nation
that would not defend itself,
but John who is neither
patient nor pesimi is not
likely to go on paying out over
$1 million a day to perpetuate
a stalemate.

ACCORDINGLY, we are
probably coming to the end of
the period when the United
Stat would neither fight nor
negotiate. And we are proba-
by approaching a new phase
where both fighting and nego.
dating will be stepped up.
Without a more aggressive
military strategy, the pros-
pects of a more successful dip-
lomacyare not good, but a
combination of the two might
be fruitfuL
The Communists In North
Viet Nam are vulnerable to
both economic and military
pressure. They have built a
light industry there that is the
pride of Lteir leader Ho Chi
Minh, and it has been allowed
to operate without any inter-
ference while the war has
been fought primarily in the
rice paddies and hills of
South Viet Nam.
At the same time, Ho Chi
Minh, with the diplomatic
backing of Moscow and Peip-
ing, has insisted on the "neu-
trilization" of South Viet
Nam, while insisting that the
"neutralization" of his own
territory in North Viet Nam is
not negotiable.

THE PROBL therefore,
is to relieve-the Communists


Nam.
The objective of the United
States government in that
peninsula is dear enough.
Though Washington has
talked loosely about "winning
the war," as if nothing but un-
conditional surrender of the
Communists was its aim, ac-
tually it is on record as favor-
ing the neutralization of
the whole of the country,
North Viet Nam as well
as South.
There is very little evi-
dence, however, that it has de-
voted much thought, energy
or time to negotiating such an
accommodation, or encour-
aged anybody else to do so.
President De Gaulle of
France has proposed "neu-
trality" for the whole penin-
sula and Washington has


IBy I driendi


(aJtI~Ca..a wit


"Poor John Glenn. As on astronaut, you're every-
body's hero, but as a political candidate, you're a
bum to 50% of the people!"


tended to scoff at him. Why
not let him try it? He has a
mission in Hanoi, the North
Vietnamese capital, and he
proposes to have a diplomatic
mission in Communist China,
whose support for any such
policy of total neutrality is
probably essential.
Johnson has not been abe
to dissuade De Gaulle frog
entering into diplomatic re
nations with Peiping, but noth-
ing more can be lost by en-
couragng him to prove that
his independent personal di-
plomacy can have some prac-
tical value.
Meanwhile Nikita Khrush-
chev. who professes to be in a
jovial mood these days, has
some influence with the North
Vietnamese Communists, and
he might be urged once more
to try a little "peaceful coex-
istence" in Viet Nam.
None of this, however, Is
likely to have any effect so
long as the military battle
goes badly in South Viet Nam ,
and there is no pressure on
North Viet Nam to reach an
accommodation.
As things now stand, the
South Vietnamese seem to
assume that the U. S. commit-
ment to help them is un-
limited. There have now been
two insurrections in three
months. This could be conta-
gious, and who knows, next
time it may be the colonels
against the generals and after
that the captains against the
colonels.
Johnson, however, is not
amused by all this. It is giving
his new administration a bad
name abroad, and outside of
keeping Henry Cabot Lodge
in Saigon, is doing him no
good politically at home.
Consequently, a policy of
sterner alternatives proba-
bly lies ahead for both the
South Vietnamese and the
North Vietnamese. Instead
of neither fighting nor negoti-
ating effectively, all partici-
pants, including the United
States, are probably going to
have to do more of both


0 Mi lark Itm
By ARTHUR MKRO
WASHINGTON-The heavy
emphasis on domestic pro-
blems and remedial programs
in President Johnson's first
State of the Union message on
Jan. 8 gave the general
assumption that he expected
no new, immediate interna-
tional crises which would di-
vert his concentration on
pushing these programs
through Congress. If this
assumption was sound, its
basis has now been shattered
by explosive events all
around the world.
The Eat-West disarma-
ment negotiations just re-
sumed at Geneva have been
brutally interrupted by the
latest Soviet mockery of their
concept the gunfire which
destroyed a strayed unarmed
United States training plane
and killed its crew. And this
incident presages a coatiua-
tionf the sterile record of
these consultations, broken
only by a nuclear test-ban
treaty which already appears
to ban the use of atomic power
even for te peaceful purpose
of excavating a new, lower-
cot ithaues caa


AS FURTHER evidence
that the Geneva negotiations
are founded on an illusion -
that effective disarmament
can precede a formula for
durable world peace, which
in turn must be preceded by
an atmosphere of mutual trust
- Moscow is making threats
that grave consequences
would follow the deployment
of U. S. military forces to re-
store peace in the island of
Cyprus.
Governments are being
overthrown or menaced by
civil war on the continent of
Africa and its offshore islands.
The ruling junta in South Viet
Nam, whose deposition and
assassination of President
Diem and his brother followed
a public attack on the Diem
regime by the head of the U.S.
government, has been over.
throne by another in a dubi-
ous prospectht the change
will strengthen the conduct of
the wa against the Red inva-
der.

AND AGAIN President Su-
karo of Indonesia is constru-
ing a reement promoted
byth(U.S.- and haledas
a triumph for Attorney


General Kennedy, its inter-
mediary on his habitual un.
derstanding of these arrange-
ments heads I win, tails
you lose. His consent to a
cease-fire in Malaysia, he in-
sists, does not commit his ir-
regular partisans, the guerril-
la terrorists on the border.
The "Good Neighbor Poli-
cy" of this nation in the West-
ern Hemisphere, now fortified
by the greatest of all persua-
ders the hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars assigned to the
Alliance for Progress is in
a higher state of unneighborli-
ness by reason of the formal
charge of the Republic of Pa-
namathat the U.S. is an
"aggressor" of its soverePin
ty.
And in contrast to Cuba, the
government of Panama is not
Communist and has no ties
with the Communist world.
Yet it is Panama which has
magnified mistakes made by
this country in its relations
with that government and its
people by citing the U. S. as
the defendant in the forums of
the Organization of American
States and the United Nations.

THE POST-WAR system of
defensive Western alliances, of


POTOMAC FEVER

By llakter li, Cowla Wa aiugl BlUe


Ode to the Senate's Bobby Baker: Twinkle, twinkle, youthful star. Life was
gay and so bizarre. In your glamour world so high, fees weren't low, but all hi
fi

Bob Kenedy's Far Eastern misso was a great succe, but it may ive
emmy-mid L BJ a dea: Tlt maybe te can get along without an attor-
My -raL
Astreaut John Glen's entry into politics isn't a bad idea, but just to
alie things, shouldn't at last of our present senators be exiled into


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which NATO is the core, has
sprouted new seeds of disinte-
gration with the diplomatic
recognition of Communist
China by France. And the
structure of the system al-
ready had been weakened by
the policy of this country in
the UN that was expressed in
supporting against Portugal
and other NATO allies the
most irresponsible resolutions
of the General Assembly, pro-
vided they were affixed with
the label of "anti-colonial-
ism."
This policy led the US
government to supply the
pressures which forced the
Netherlands to yield West
New Guinea to Sukarno's
military aggression in flat
violation of the UN charter,
to which all concerned were
signatories. And it also has
fostered the timorous thesis
that a "confrontation of the
great powers" is the certain
price of any substitution of a
strong world policy for one
of compromise in the face of
such threats as a:e constant-
ly being made by the Soviets
Sukarno & Co.

ONLY WHEN national se-
curity was m clear and im-
mediate jeopardy by the
Soviet installations of of.
fensive missiles m Cuba. 9
miles from the Florida coast
- has a threat of confrontt.
tion" been risked. And that
was perforce.
So. in the span of a few
weeks since the President
put his heaviest accent on
domestic problems, the com-
parative quiet on the world
stage has been supplanted by
crises which have upset the
table of priorities in his first
message on the State of the
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There's A Great Difference


A popular misconception of the
junior college is that it is simply
a second-rate version of the fresh-
Sman and sophomore years of the
university. Nothing could be further
from the truth.

It is true that one function of the
junior college (or community college,
as it is more aptly called) is to pro-
vide opportunity for academic studies
-beyond the high school level for those
not eligible to enter the university
because of admissions standards and
for those who are not financially able
to attend college away from home.
- But this is only one of its functions.

By legislative act the junior col-
leges of Florida are authorized to
serve the communities in which they
are located by vocational offerings,
terminal courses in certain technical
areas and adult education program
suited to local interests and needs.

Unfortunately some of the junior
colleges look upon the "parallel"
academic program as their major
task and try to emulate their "big
brother" institutions by duplicating
the lower-division courses. They blink
their eyes at the much more imagina-
tive job of planning a diversified
program that fits the educational
needs of the community.

Also, in spite of the clear defini-
tion of function that has been spelled
out by the Junior College Advisory
Board and the Department of Edu-
cation, the state has not supplied suf-
ficient funds to permit the new col-
leges to fulfill their mission through
the development of special and di.
versified services. This, perhaps, is
a matter of growth and gradual ac-
complishment. But the objective
should be constantly pursued. It is


asy to mils th mark in any edu-
eationl endeavor, if the eye an
shifted from the target
Some people question the need of
a junior college in the Gainesville
ar because they confuse its func-
tion with that of the University Col-
lege, the required basic .education
program at the UF. The University
College is an integral part of a total
university system and is designed
to give strength and breadth to the
educational preparation of students
who continue in specialized areu,
either academic or professional. It
offers no "terminal" courses or spe-
cialized short-term vocational train.
ing. Also, because of selective admis-
sion standards, only about 40 per
cent of the hid school graduate
are eligible to enter the Univerdty
College.

A junior college, on the other hand,
if it lives up to its own purpose and
potential, not only extends the period
of "general education" for 60 per
cent of the high school students who
are not eligible for university admis-
sion but also provides other impor-
tant educational services to the com-
munity particularly in the voca-
tional area, in short-term technical
training and in special-interest
courses for adults.

We have reason to be prpud of the
leadership which the stat is taking
in the development of a comprehen-
sive and well-designed junior college
system. But to be intelligently proud,
we need to be intelligently informed
about the philosophy and function of
the junior college, and we need to
understand the educational demand
that has sparked its growth.
A junior college in a university
area represents no duplication, no
competition, no conflict of interest


Voice of the People

-On The Sun's Opinion Page
Opeim ad so menl t rio S e a l welaisa kis Vaie S a M o ple na em. L, emm
Smeu e Sed d I bee MaM r Id white's la M om wi wiYWhl i s eeos A leAn r sbee
au ntwu 500 wa"t aed met e wine i de *eMe s e umem. Poaser ee -e m us Toe
Sa m m nee m im f ret o se r lauerI a to *stes I., wisAed eNlm s esi IW r's mmeeois a


Hoax: Changes

'In Memorial'


EDITOR, Sun: The Ameri-
can people and her represen-
tatives in Congrs are the
victims of an enormous hoax:
Major changes are being
made in the country with the
false motive of deqrence to a
slain president.
Granted President Ken
nody was a trg pernality
and a dynam i politics.
However, I doubt thl had he
lived, his tax cut leislati
or civil rights bill would have
had a chce. And I know the
citary would never have
stead for another me
change of uch major land-
mrks as Cape Canaveral or
wild Arport.
The pese administration
i ang thaMt the populace.
support and the legislature en-
dre program ly be
cause thy were initiated by
e late Prient Kmendy.
N iniface is being at
tached to their individual
meriL
For emxapt, miht nt
thi be an evemtorew k-
abe tax cut available i m
arch were spet a the
msbjact? Arn al ptue f
the civil rights biD od jp
-behmen era sid be.
l tMed tey we? sit fair to
rM mae tiWmehord p ra-
pledl sim creatlag
"a*ler aiMa in ab ie
adm il Wfth modsin
'.tpht he wilof mea i-
a*ijy invl d the pa
-* roadn ides fea,


not to mention a geographical
change in Florida land in
m aory of one human being,
a pemon not matiaoolly ap.
proved of, at that?
Theodore Rooevel once
aid, "Patriota means to
stand by thecotry. It does
not mean to sand only by the
Preaide It is unpatriotic
not to oppoa hi to the exact
extent that by inefficiency or
otherwise he ails his duty
Io stand by the country."
Is tgeao ely patriotic to
okay by roe all the Kenedy
stood for, by ti oken?a
Ag the same line: The
University of Florida ac-
claid the isition giving
the Pae Corps reming
proram the m acti re-
ceptim ever seen. Of coarse it
did: 't University was the
first o visited after Pro.
sidnt Kemedy's death.
does not necea rily mewa
that this school has more p-
rio s ddl thMe tM It
rely mem that sam ts
who were moed by a mial
disaster took rfme in e of
the agencies boe by Km-
dy to shw their Mrs ad


the Phe 4 c is eaus armi-
l mad a t On vt
COirn min Called I a
"buremcrat's dren ad a
tMlpqrs e e" sa
i n5g that id tohave tre



"Cupin ti Is sa IMnm
, t otH a tlllte llM *


not needed, that soie work
in the field of equal rights for
all races is notaeeded or that
memorials are no pper for
a prident who had a strong
visn. I merely sy that Am-
erican should look mre
closely at their types of ag
ens,, legislation and me-
orials, condonin eac on an
ividul basis and mi be-
cause snow dead national po-
litical ader endorsed them.
American suppedl ae
free peoae with a chie to
see themselves and all move-
meats on an individual scale,
but in Mtanes indolvg the
late Presidet we are g
lik sheep ruling to y ed
port i the storm, mely be.
cause JPK built the foundatin
for the storm shelter.


MARTHA JO BUNCH


Urges TurnOut

On Leash Law
EDITR Sm: I stcerd
up everyone who is in ar
me wi the lab t heim
to abe had wmdn Q
CnIm diumea the

A pe4 awd wil furt*
er case frmedoly. Cmt
ael da-r ya M anmig
f adpfle a law.
It'e beh toCkUtly

o a 1, I-Spa
A VOTnER
CA4iE LAW AND OIu


COLORED NEWS
L F. CiU, Cald Nm s e


SAF'lT PROGRAM
TALULmEANA-The FliMs
AAM OUsuity *ffi Sd
i at nearly Wd neemyn
chob earned in then" 1 44
NMoal Std6 4 Tde sady
Program, aec to the Na-
monal Coamen a Sdety
Education of the National Edu-
ation Ameoiatlon, 1N1 Ith
Street, N.W, WuM gta, D.C.
Participating schools reprb
mat aDl 4fthe E tatn a the
District of Columbia.
At FAMU igh Mrs. Wille
Pearl Porter, school uem, is
bi charge d e pagra, which
is deigned t aid hi school
up asu they deote their -
erges to a critical social con-
cern- the ty and wely being
of our eitikm
In the q1ing, participating
schools will submit reports of
tb-ir activities t) the review of
educator committees in each
state. Outsanding pgprams will
be recognized nationally with
the awarding of. plaques and

SP IAL NOTICE
1h W. S. White services for
bishop wil be held at the
Grter Bethel A.M Church
o Feb. 5 at 7:3 p.m., spon-


scored by the Miaserial Al-
liance.
The sermon will be delivered
by Rev. W. M. Fergu pastor
of the Mount Pleasat Methodist
Church. The song service will
be conducted by a choir from
the Mt. Pleasant Methodist

Each minister of the alliance
choir is to appear in the pro-
gram; and each minser is to
brg an offering alo.
This service will be iLvn
the iaterest of Rev. W. S. iUte
in effort to becom bishop.
The public is invited. Rev.
W. M. FerP o, pmrdet; pre.
sidnt Elder M Lindsey;
members of the com ittne:
Rev. James Cato a R. Hen-
ry Lindey.

LA CROSSE NEWS
PATIENT IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. Mary Dell, a member of
St. Paul Baptist church within


Re.A.. Odm, pater, isa pa
Ui t la the Able Geral
Hoqpia Mrs L Brya,
I-
WmEoNNEW i
Mr. BDeie Mae Wesley, ra
porter
UNDIROO SURGERY
Deamc B. J. Wfiams under-
wat mgery in be Menr
eorial Hospital at Oca on
IWleaday, Jan. m. H fie
ar wishing for hi a speedy

CONVALESCING
IHiry Mkr is
at his hoe after having under
gone rgery in the Medical
Center at Gainesille.

MEETING PLANNED
The me Mimion Society of
the First Baptist Church with
rev. W. A. Miles, pester, will
meet at hme of Mrs. On
Mae Pyle, of 614 SW 3rd Street,
Tuesday at 7:30 pm. Rev. W.
A. Miles, pasor; Mrs. Besie
M. Johomso, reporter.


PERSONALS
The folrwio pern attend-
d the doae funeral services
for Mrs. Mary Black and Henry
Adams at Wiistoa last Su -
day: Rev. Willam Stephen, Ri-
chard Bright and Foyd Gary,
all of Saraota.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morris,
of Asbury Park, N. J., were at
Willisto recently visiting with
relatives. They also visited oth-
er relatives in other cities in
the state.
Mrs. Rosa Lee Walker, of
Lakeland, was at Willistoo rec-
ently visiting with her sister,
Mrs. Eie e Mac mmons, who
i i1 L M BrDa Mae WMesl


fr t pMt to weekL

SPUL CaUES
DAYTNA BEACH, The
dea at the Voehi County Caom
muey Cdeg, aomced Mat
there W be a special dem
mdern maUmMical a-l
for el ary and secondary
WbmIl IMah. TI clam vill
be ta rtbyharlusW.Math ,
head of the Mathmatics De.

lThe will be a special d
i poi cl c tate and
okl opmrmaL i cr
mil be tut by Miss
Rodriue, head of the Social
Science Departmet.
A LANDMARK
Bible ought "Thea -pl
Jus apin unt thn, ayiq,
I m the light of the world: he
t followeth me shallnotwalk
in darkness, but shall have the
liht of life" (John 8:12.)


9, Daughter of Iks, will to 7:3 a.m. Horace McKnigh
met at the Man Hall on Jr., reporter.
Monday at I p.m. -
The "bill" will meet at 9 p.m. SLATES MEETING
In a buness meting. Fred The Floral Court Lodge No.
Alexander, E. R.; Mrs Gladys 113 will meet on Monday at 8
Lloyd, D. R; Mrs. RO B. p.m. at the homeof Mrs. 0. M.
Williams, reporter. Pyles, of 614 SW 3rd Street.

SPECIAL NOTICE CONVALESCING
The broadcast, entitled "Your Charlie Hurst, who is ill in
Spiritual Breakfast" will be the Alachua General Hospital,
heard over Radio Station WGGG was reported as somewhat im-
in the near future from 7 a.m. proved.


S HORNETS BUZZ dent.
MEETING SET By MARIE JONES Who's New
The Women's Home Missio Our first semester ended Jan. It's Mrs Mae Vesta Islar,
will meet after Sunday School 23, the examinations were ad- a Florida A & M graduate, ma-
today at the Hopewell Baptist ministered on Friday, Jan. 24. jor in English, minor in Spanish.
Church. Mrs. Essie M. Robin- Good luck students see you Mrs Islar has served as an Eng-
son, president; Rev. W. J. Tay- on the hoor roll. lish and Spanish teacher in the
lor, pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon NA Tampa Fla., and Euclid High,
reporter. The NHA district meeting was DeLand. Mrs. Iar says- "1
-held in Hastings, on Saturday, feel that Mebane is providing a
BROOKER NEWS Jan. 18. We were happy to have well rounded program of educa-
Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter or own Miss A. L. Mebane. tional opportunities for bo.s
ALING AT BOME Miss Eleanor Owens to run for and girls. Since my arrival
Ehie McGinis is ailing at the office of District Reporter; have found the school family
his home. Friends are asked to also Miss Delphine Nelson ran courteous
visit him. for the office of District Treas- Student Coaneil
-NO BD lurer, neither of the girls were The Student Council m
Mrs. Thomas is ill at the successful, although Elenor's it possible for students to attend
home of her daughter, Mrs. Ora!speech will appear in the NHA the invitational tournament i
Mae Gilmore. Friends are asked magazine "Flash." Miss Owens ke City on Thuray, Jan. 3
to visit her. will now run for the office of Our girl vors were vtr ove
NEW ARRIVALS State Treasurer. A relaxer was O'Brien. T'~ scorn were 43-27
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius O'Neal give by Catherine James which H0oor Society
announce the arrival of a boy was enjoyed by everyone. The The Mane Chapter ofth
bo at Broo girls were accompanied by ationalHonor society was re
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Robin- their local advior, Mrs. R. S.presented at the State Meetin
S aaounc the arrival of a Gill and Miss M. Burgess. Tallahassee on Frday, Jan
boy born at Brooker. TheNHA als with the NFA 31' by ts presidlnt, Annette
I UqH no wu .11..A"1- C6..-,


I a MD --.- M -.-c J'i
reporter (Williston.)
Mis Nellie Jones and Miss ALACHUA NEWS
Sarah Kelly, both of Sanford, IPROVING AT HOME
were visiting relatives and Mrs. Mary L Herring Dell.
friends here yesterday. who was a patient in the Ala-
Mrs. Helen Jones, of Jackon- chua General Hospital, has re-
vill, is spending the weekend turned to her home and is re-
here with her aunt, Mrs. Daisy ported as improving. Members
Williams, and other relatives, of the St. Paul Baptist Church
Mrs. Helen Johnson returned are urged to visit her.
here yesterday from Atlanta, -
Ga., where she was visiting NOTICE


with


her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Hall, University City Temple No.


DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLU]


'Me-Tooism': GOP Burden Si


By WALTER LIPPMANN
While no one can suppose
that the polls measuring
President Johnon's popu-
larity predict exactly what
is going to happen next Nov-
ember, they do say that a
of now the Republican Party
is in very bad shape indeed.
When one remembers that
a candidate who gets per
cent of the votes on election
day wins by a large landslide
in the Electoral College,
these current figures rating
President Johnson at 75 or
even 0 per cent seem to say
there is am kind of convul-
sion within the Republican
Party.
It turns on the argument
about me-tooism among Re-
publicans, a iustrated by
Goldwater and Rockeeller.
SENATOR GOIDWATER is
saying that the Republican
Party can win only if it f-
fers the voters "a choice and
not an echo." His theory is
that the Republicans must
differ radically from the Dem-


ocrats.
Governor Rockefeller, on
the other had, nat on
agrees with the main aims of
the Democrats, but know that
a large majority of the people
agree with them, alo. So he
is driven to take the poitioa
that the Republican Party
with him as leader would
achieve the common alms bet-
ter than the Democrats can
achieve lem. This s what
Senator Goldwater calls me
tooim, in hi mind a recipe
for defeat
If we take a close look at
me-tooie, we have to ask
ourselves whether, in fact,
the kda of radically differ.
eat alteative exists which
Senator Godwatr talks
about No Rpulican Prs-
idential candidate since the
oaosevelt adlidesof the
11k has t gh there was
mch an alulsvew.
Why? Not became theydid
not wish o win. Not became
they did M wish t er
ten a dchoe IMbeten th
amel end the Deaml ae
enidalm They pnmcticad
mtaeim became i a -n
afuIHde det Mne w as

1 D IOMCO Par-
Tnb ai Sens L -
dy has re empled ad c-
Seao tolhe ert l poo-
NOR II iial ad b ibn


km eSmI S Mu I.
iaod prgr.dm I-mI a


produce any kind of coherent
any kind of coherent and de-
fensible program.
Historically, the present
plight of the Republican Par.
ty dates from the split in 1912
between the Proresive Na-
tionalists, who were for Th'.e
dore Roosevelt, and the Paro-
chial Stand-Patters, who were
for Wlliam Howard Taft.
Neither in the 19M under
Harding, Coolidge and Hoov-
er, nor in the IMs under Eis-
enhower did the Republican
Party return to power with a
radically different policy. Her-
bert Hoover, though he chose
to be a Republla, was in
international affairs a Wil
soian Democrat. And Dwight
D. Eisenhower, when he fin-
ally decided to be a Republi-
can, had nevertheless made
his career and acquired his
views of policy under Roose-
velt and Truman.
THE ME-TOOSM of the


national Republicans is the
consequence of the histor-
ic fact that in the split of 1912
the Parochial Stand-Patters
ousted the Progresive Nat-
ionalists from the control of
the party organization. This
is still the condition of the
party.
That is why in Congress
the Republican Party based
on local organizations is pre-
dominantly parochial and
stand-pat and why, when the
national election comes along,
the candidate who expects to
win has no choice but some
kind of me-tooism. For when
the party split in 1912, it sur
rendered to the Democrats the
initiative in the selection and
the formulation of issues in
domestic and international af-
fairs. By surrendering the in
itiative, the party organisa-
ion surrendered the vital
center of American politics to
the Democrats.


will attend the state fair on
Feb. 7.


nill, ana two memDers, Snaroit
Jordan and Richard West. They


e rew accompany ed


(m sponsors, Mrs. F. S. Whitfield
The Chorus finished its elec and D. R. Williams.
tion of officers for the year, they
are: Treasurer, Eilea Lump-
kins and Reporter, Alfred Ro-,
berts. The District Festival will GU McMIL
be held at Fesseden, Martin, Final rites f M"M .
and the state festival will be Davis McMillan of 68 NE Ms.
.... I McMllan of 668 NE l]i
hrld at Quincy. Ths group ilter. will be held this alterroo

Miss E. D. Owens as its presi tist Church with the Rev. T. D
Davis officiating.
Mrs. McMillan was born
MNISTS Alachua County, and for many
years she lived in Jacksonvill
since 1912 with her sister, Mrs Paun
SBoston. She was a member o(
ince 1 912 the Second Street Bapti
Church during her stay in Jack
i JIN AM unIAfl sonville. and after mnvim ii


LYNDON JOHNSON, wno
for 3 years has seen all this
from the inside, is exploiting
the fact that all the central
positions have been surrend-
ered to the Democrats. That
is why the Democrats, who
were the minority party in
the 19th century, have be-
come the majority party in
this century. They now have
the initiative as the Republi-
cans had it when they were
identified with great issues-
the Union, emancipation, the
opening of the West and the
recognition, with the building
of the Panama Canal, of the
coming role of America as
a world power.
Until the Republicans re-
cover the national leadership,
which they might have done
but did not do under Presi-
dent Eisenhower, they are not
likely to have any alterna-
tive to me-tooism.


WIT AND SATIRE ARE LEVELERS


Capital's Night-Time 'Club'


By RICHARD Wi N
caef, Cowles Wahhmi

WASHINGTON Wauh-
o hasa sem ffleial
night-time world ttle known
to tohee y a w de.
Reptim cma be mae or
marred in Ifa u e am m
pere, although it i mre of.
te thea that they are
marred thn made.
A doe so tmes a year
me orgeatio, ualuy a
professiml or social m's
group but occasnally a wo.
mae's group, puts a white
tit or ba-tie dine atted-
ed by the het official
thoe gara lhe mM is
usually satie in ome form
and a lighl-heartd ta
phe is supplied to prvil.
Tis is iteded to pemrt aa
Between ha wh
pwvm an tSam who aey
p m whd which d aI l
ways rivei t h t
day.
0W5U5 Y PUCILf r*
valibe, jeaingle -i l hi5
are supmi toe s atdde,
as- ,a Ias mMelt 6b5 ll
ppmad tmbe amlate
r 400 W al lb h
It OhW40Mis Iat 1
Mm p -ld" a wO bet do
cer 6 we efd ra-
Scinaft9C a nInte -


ing affairs for a political par-
ty. This is a kind of special
semi-prvate world where
speech are supposed to
spNrkle with w and the great
malk haf f themselves or
f enjoyet when others
make h of them.
John F. Kennedy excelled
in this club-like atmop
There wasnothin i him of
the "Hall Fdlow Well Met;"
on the contrary,he lent to
thae oasis thIe dat
atmospre of a select pri-
vate clb where intellectual
ad witty dicusmai and cm-
ual but impeccable behavior
are highly pried.
Eeryoe waited epectant-
ly for Kenndy to speak.
TLey knew the tak would be
rI ad his wit would be
ddiady penetrating ad
LtheS d of s- ao
Omime When he was be
kg lced for appedin
Sik bmAr Aftene GC r-
al. Ka obave ad t a
o tMu iemors; "I could
ea lo wqn iSnlto
pabsa ai lepi ampr
meeIret ke a Isto the
.IN h V t uM-- W



Ia WMa a m- t
mepurmlmbm -


mination of a candidate for
presidt but which is at-
tended by the nation's high
and mighty who enjoy sky.
raking the politicians.


In the delightful, wacky
way of this organation it wa
to be expected that Johnson
would be vice president of
the club. He had been a merm-
ber of it for many years,
along with Barry Goldwater
and other po minen se
tors
President Jonson gazed
down the head table and
aught Senator Goldwater's
eye. Godwater a couple of
days before had explained how
different was for h to
have accepted a miniature ,
television se from his staf
than for Mr. Jomsom, a a
senator, to have accepted a
ster set fr ebby Bak-
5Al
or.
Speaki of aal days
ahead w hewold be pre-
sd do the b, Mr. Jon-
Ssaid: "Well make bmti
fu m= s tter, either
with ebrry Gewa s mini-
am telebom r wt th e I
tera Lady ird r nd nI red
temp." '
Smo a.' o mlre-
i a~e~h

d6el tr a H i
B991__ I


iGainesville three years ago sh
became a member of the Ema
uel Baptist Church where sl
served untilher health beca
impaired. She died Jan. 25
Alachua General Hospital I
lowing an extended illness
Survivors include two sister
Mrs. Pauline D. Bost
of Gainesville and Mrs. Mag
'McCarr of Tampa; two brother
Robert Davis and Eli Brocki
ton of Gainesville, many niec
nephews, cousins and friend
Intermem will be made in I
Freedom Cemetery at Wal
'under the direction of White a
Dorsey Funeral Home.


CHAIRLIE WILLIAMS
SFinal rites for Mr. Charlie W
liams of Grove Park will be he
This afternoon at I p.m. from
St Peter Baptist Church wi
the pastor officiating.
Mr. Williams, a life long cit
zen of Grove Park died Jan
in Alachua General Hospit
following an illness.
Interment will be made int
St. Paul Cemetery under
direction of White and Dorse
Funeral Home.

MRS. RUTH WRIGHT
Gra:eside services for Mrs
Ruth Wright. who died at Lake
land, Ga., will be held at Mat
thew Baptist Church Cemeter
today at 3 p.m.
She was the daughter of
late Mr. and Mrs. Brown How
ard.
A Lakeland, Georgia, Funera
Home is m charge. Mrs. Glady
Seabrooks, reporter, IAlachuaj

MARSHALL HENRY
Funeral services fr Marsha
Henry will be held today at th
Wesley Chapel Method is
Church at Arredondo at 11am
with Rev. C. J. Johnson office
ting. Interment will follow 1
the Patterson Cemetery.
Duncan Brothers, morticians,
are in charge.
MARY JANE WHITAKER
Funeral services for Mrs. M-
y Jane Whitaker, of High
Spring will be held at the
Alen Chapel A.M.E. Church at
High Springs today at 3 p.m.
with Rev W. L. Shaw offci-
tin. Interment will follow in
igh Springs Cmetey.
Her immediate msurvvor in-
chde a daughter, Mrs. Albert
c mu High Spring; a sister.
Mrs. Rosetta Hatchet, Wil-
ointon, N.C.; a brother Abe
drews. High Spr ingsgand
dr, Lynwood Cahun,
hIO sre ; and Mrs Mary
ouie Rolins, also of ih

Dua Brothers Funad
one is charp.


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' sed Johnson's N

i M ASHFC O (AP)-A took- lhd e did som wtht Jolmon's
ware mafacto ha to ht- ahorti y d, to fact, bad ane-


vesniafrD a meters be sprink-
led Preiadt Johas's name
info letter ieuieL a television
station owed by the Jo
V t UK manufactrer, Albert
C. Young, Silver Spring ld,

Cyprs Chief

To Reject


er qspok wth Jomon, thn
Demoratie leader of the Sn-
ade.
i"e refernc s to Jolo,
you toid the Seate Rules
Committee in testimony re-
ased Saturday, was jut "to
a the weiit *(S Joamo's
mne at the station."
The committee is investigate
ing the financial manipulate
of Robert G. Bake, a former
Johno protege who resigd
Oct. 7 as secretary to the SIn-


N A aste's Democratic majority. The
SAid object of the probe is to determ-
ine if Baker's deals posed a cm-
NICOSIA Cyprus (AP) An- ict of interest.
thoritative sources said Satur- Young testified Friday e
day Cyprs Preidm t Artdisb dW p Johnson's nme into
op Makarios will formally nl th w en at the urg
ject a move to station NATO, ing of Don B. Reynolds, an as-
including American, troops here sociate of Baker's who had writ-
to keep peace on the embattled ten $10,M i insurance poli-
Mediterraea island. cies on Johnson's life.


He conferred Saturday light Reynolds has told the commit-
with U.S. Ambassador Fras tee that after writing the poli-
Wilkins and Cyril Pickard, Brit cis he geed to buy $1,0
ish assistant undersecretary for rt o advertising time on the
Cmmonwealth relations It isAustin station at the request of
understood he told them theWalter Jenkins, a long-ime
rposal l unacceptable to Cy. ide to Johbn .


Nevertheless, the plan ia its
final form, i expected to be
submitted to him officially
ometi Sunday.
The bearded prelate, with
strong back frma the G k
Cypriot people and its press, fa-
vos United Nations troops in-
stead of those from Atlantic
Alliance countries.
A proposal to incrs the
peacekeeping force te 1b-
land from S,m to 10,00 troop
will be submitted by Britain,
Turkey and Greece atios
which back Cyprus independ-
ene under the treaty of guar
antee-with the approval of the
United States.
Britain now h ta',0 troops
o the island and the United
States has agrd to provide
up to 2,0 more.


Reylds said he had no use
for the time and arranged for
Young to use it w advertise the
pots and pns made by his Mid-
Atnic Stainless Steel Co.
In a sworn statement to the
Rules Committee, Jenkins has
denied owledge any ar-
rangements by whi Reynolds
purchased the advertising time.
In his account to the emmit-
tee, Young said eyold "likes
tb brag a bit" and is inclined,
as a salesman, to exaggerate.
The manufaturer described
reference to Johnson o a letter
he wrote on June 11, 117, to the
aes manager df KTB an
Austin, Tex., television station'
owned by the President's family
as "a little bit of background
music."
"Thi had nothing to do per-
sonally with Sea Jolso, who


hi


IT


The balance would be uppled l


i never talked to," Young


And he said that another letter
he wrote to the station on March
5, 195, in which he spoke of
"awaiting further negotiations
with Sen. Johnson" was just "to
use the weight of Sen. Johnson's
name at the station."
Young said he had mentioned
Johnson because the station was
pressing for payment of due
on t.hat aater Re
Young testified that after Rey-


1ise


of the fact that Hey-


Why We Believe In The Bond Issue,


Once, in a little southern town, named Gainesville after a hero general of the
Indian Wars, there was a little dry goods store founded in 1874 by a Mr. and Mrs."
Scarratt. Mr. Scarratt died and, when the widow remarried, the store was named for
her husband, Mr. Wilson. And time and the little southern town drifted along.

Then back early in this century, Wilson Company, even then Gainesville's "best
store," and even then its oldest Department Store, was purchased by the Phifer broth-
ers of banking fame. And when they mode their purchase in 1923, Gainesville claimed
nearly 9,000 population, the University boasted 1347 students, and some rash souls
prophesied it might even reach 3,000.
AND HERE IS WILSON CO. IN 1923:


ame for Prestige
alds tou i bhe r ie a to gie me Id ande aragmls
him te:admarthbg tie, watb ih te tatd a e said he
right to share in any profits, he did" Young said. "Tht b a
rn3etd coarmatio "frm I maed."
maodym from te teniM Later, SeL. B. Everett Jor-
statio who uh i auloit." do, -. C., te nhmmt
I.. u s .-. i-.j cmuan suggated 'Mr. Bey-
H e sid Ra aldad to e comn d behave tn me.
wan JeSki a, n bo eile to call ys d ay it
, ettd was Mr. JenkinsJB."


"I do na deny tbis au be
pasmb," repled Young who
said he had never met Jnus
ad would have bee able to
detify his voice.


Gaddum's


LEMON


ALE


These ore items which we bought because of their good
design and good quality. We still think they ore good,
but you haven't bought them. So we have made dras-
tic price reductions to help them find a home.
5-DRAWER CHEST
in walnut and white. Peabodydesign ....... $65.00
SPICE AND CURIO CABINETS.
wall hang pine or walnut ....... $7, $10, $15
BABY BED White and Blue
by Childcraft ............ $30-Add $10 for pad
White Wrought Iron
TABLE BENCHES ... $. Add $2.50 for cushio
Beech Slot DINING TABLE. 30"x46",
block iron legs ......... $35. Chairs at $12.50
Contour Slim-Line
LOUNGE CHAIR in turqouise ........... $65.00
Walnut BUFFET, 3 drawers, 3 shelves ...... $75.
Add $55. for Hutch China Top.
Modern DEACON'S BENCH,
40". walnut .... $25. 47" Slat Bench .... $30
Posturpedic
MATTRESS and BOX SPRINGS. double .... $90 st
TWIN HEADBOARDS:
Walnut or White ................... $10., $18.
Teak and black side CHAIRS ........... $1250
Fiberglass shell CHAIRS ..... ........... $25.
Walnut HI-FI CABINET, 42"x18 ....... $85.00
RECORD CABINET. 22"x16" ............ $50.00
Special Groups of TABLE LAMPS
at .... $8.50, $15, $20, $2250, $25, $27.50
THREE SHELF WALL UNIT, took & white, 31" $15.00


WILSON'S, 1923


.- ........ ,-

Nearly two decades pass came the real estate bust came the stock market
crash come world-wide depression then long years of slow recovery. But in 1941
"Uncle Gus" Phifer, with rare foresight, even while war clouds were gathering, re-
modeled and re-fixtured Wilson Company adding higher priced merchandise -
even installing a new novelty costly air-conditioning. And this large capital out-
lay paid off, for Wilson Co. business zoomed more than tripling in the decade.

In February 1951, Brooks Shumaker, Sr., and his son, Brooks, Jr., bought the
controlling stock of Wilson Co. from the Phifer heirs, who retained the real estate
and are still represented on the board of directors.

By 1951 Wilson Co. had grown to nearly half a million sales volume, Gainesville
had grown to 26,000 population, and the University to 9,000 students. The new own-
ers, with the cooperation of the landlords, embarked upon an expansion, moderniza-
tion and re-fixturing program involving a capital outlay of over $250,000. AND IN
OCTOBER 1951, THE BEAUTIFUL NEW WILSON'S WAS FORMALLY OPENED,
AND LOOKED LIKE THIS:


WILSON'S,


Again in 1953 and 1956 Wilson's was further enlarged and expanded with a
capital outlay of $50,000. And in 1960 an additional 6,000 sq. ft. on N.E. 1st Avenue
was added to service the growing business with a capital outlay of $125,000.


'62 saw a further capital outlay of
ings for the Fashion Floor. 1963 added
WILSON'S LOOKS LIKE THIS:


$35,000 for lighting, fixtures and floor cover-
further improvements SO TODAY THE NEW


WILSON'S,


Yes, we've grown and we have tried hard to constantly improve. This month will
complete 13 years in which the new Wilson's management and the old (as landlords)
have teamed up to produce sound growth thru better service. History repeats and the
soles of the fifties hove followed the pattern of the forties more than tripling in
volume. *

Wilson's in 1963 reached its peak volume nearly $1,500,000 Gainesville
in 1963 reached its peak population 54,566 people the University in 1963 1
reached its peak enrollment 14,810 students.

But tis is just the start of the "Soaring Sixties" with Gainesville's population by
1970 estimated at 85,000 and the University enrollment by 1970 estimated at 18,000.
And WlVmns in Downtown Gainesville plans to grow with them.

Wilson's growth has been built on adequate capital outlays to properly service a
growing business a total of over half a million dollars in the past thirteen years.

Gainesville's growth is equally dependent upon adequate capital outlays to serv-
ice a growing community with the proposed $6,000,000 a minimum requirement.

And that's why Wilson's ask you to support the bond issue that will finance the
capital outlay for the much needed planned civic improvements into which has gone -
o much time and energy on the part of the civic-minded, growth-minded leaders of
Goinesvill. Once a sleepy little southern town.. Now on awakened and expanding
city!


VOTE FOR PROGRESS! VOTE "YES"


FOR THE BOND ISSUES!


Yours forthe Bond Issues


ON THE SQUARE-
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Rate Down Now, But Fu

Baby Crop's A Bumper


By JOi BAmr o
WASHINGTON (AP) Amid
decain bith rnt, the Unit
ed States sB has a baby crop
o( over 4 miioa year, My the
ppulati experts.
And the lutre i so potential.
ly fetile they dread to think
about It
She US. Public Heath Serv-
ee reported latweekthat No
member yied only 00 b-
ies to Americas, the lowest
November since I51
i, r yPih*a2 Rekler Bt
i sayWs the birth ate has d
lined ome 14 per cent since
157.
ut these figures hardl tll
the story.


1 e pltrs baby
about to brig it mIu
oqspdg Jb the
year. A girl born n
yean old ti year.
Te Iprpet of i
uld mea to the U
toImn trnm of groe
prive Emn with h
bhi per mo their,
ma more mother
many more babies.
For stance, here
million wome in their
ontft npifnet N%
By nw toe will be
women in this age gp
ream By sm, inm
If U.S. wmen ha
driirm they current
plan, it could push
pop"lanto .. 2
Im, to 3M iu by
Wk, and to over a I
war ttB.


(21


S'Bnk': Top Biologists Here for UF E""Jil Tt"m N
n For Ragine t walle eter to
Orl W i protest ht wht be cd njst
Bevy onvrlpwn nn KRyr., N.Y. (AP) ~A fonrer tlax l an hi par-
Cua Pory Woreksho on Birth Defects bW N.Y. (- am) A seed t .
Cua il yy )fl tm for dadyig He has said he wil the
PMre than w e e perbmn 7aeleik sm In smorhd twin be Dr. oIwell T. CoW i ordimace against hanging ei of ye false alrest
ANSA CIm N. (AP)- f ol m North l Amaeri caby the Dral lel Comdan a vice prMsid a rap from a a his city of Rye for false arr t. to
ma Ami ma e the ope l be at U fl ird a ait Sm Y a and hir the U.S. Supreme Court, which
Jlne a nthel d r fr p m adurooa enrs' a ada te Dm n Sal C Dr. Websrte Sower, 61, a for- failed to act on Stover's ap
S"cocked Aft oflb !a o tf t aorhp iAelmale ad eDr W. JoIWad ofiod College peal.
I&m" ad e
gW., 'a, Iaggl isg"md ir a Id w ,,inaor m rch p.e-
a nt ad "imn" o.n i*, Amoq the pridlpi wl diti the University
ai Qa. rerTf olo1 i"ulum tnhe -l* be Dr.. Fr .em 0. Kelsey, CheMti and the laikims
Bic ire M Cortit- Mi Beepbfli- i rth eti Trieem io e Moth i dr- mal
IIo's hin bNd b f the Gb P tsr fl shd* f bra n h t he U. & ed 1 T bhe rop will continue
I e pwdam sasso, Golld111 *0wto m"a-eDth AhytoDM rmf W to bjin *o y No*anig, with t S m
uShrkdwftht habm nn hM efl~febbcrF wtsh pWk. bheW Welf ai adteimier perio& fdta, ao Hk&I s c"isti
. of Opu ty to Cfur the voters a y sale epcat to ili. amiaor"th"lterMAt= wit* l7borMtory ex- m.A r 6T on m f.O eo &
hae t e and stop tring to ape Dr. Jme G. Wiason, p ai de epg tadets. Tha do ed.. mia*t a's x o la sfetU ...k
"M the Doerant." r o~f atmy inmi the lleg mide was and to be tbe came
I db. M7AM m 1wil direc the wrhhop, hich of thomds of birth detebe i MO L EOMIS MOVE FA
Ss h ifisto frm hmdaal urpem n S wo ibmo l&l=k u lalmt dsm T
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The 194 Heart Drive for Alachna County was launched yesterday moral
with thi tKch lighkfa ctrony a the couthorme squre. From left a
Gainesille Mayer Bym WIa; Willam Cre, preidnt of the Alachu
Couty Hut t Cowe; Robe K L ver., v mmberna i chairman and CharlMe
Maloy, prehet of the terfnteramty Comll at the Uiversity of Florida. Te
fed-rmiM ng fwa tLh yar 6 $10, N0.


Race With Stork Is Lost,


But Able Assist Arrives


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e changed strength ad er, Ga. cMlUlan reported.

More About

Prison Service

From Page 1
Rom, pastor of the Unersay headed. We wat them to adit
Avme lCrch of the Naaea. they're wrog.
Rev. owan h base tal W 'Tt's a big part of the
pat theservicesfrabt a fight" he id. b
er ad a half. "We wat to Many admit t but ev.
esa the M roL e" he says. an ad Sherif f evae fear
omi id guidance aab aany Of the aniaiAs may be b
port mot ree. short .
These peh would't beI l me m th pram
toue in e irt plae u they sfem because e durc peo
had had the rper dance" pe are abe to "lop"
Siiif Joe Crem i He t ca atr thy' re-I
pam the darh -a'% ired fr om Al.
W "the' t 'We try tothere l mti
"We kw tey'v d o ma power they a-.
iPod beiai.
Sav. Rowa and iM Cre' CaMre deribs ltck o a
vas both my ahomot the low4ap as a universal weak-
p aers "are appredative and im the pal syem. Pri
" rs are being released every-
Tere sll are per who wherewiout facilities for ado-
n their tim, are released que counsel and supervise
aoo are bck for somnew n, he said.
ly committed crime. There are "We tun out two or three a
atothem. day. A lot of them haveno
Wt there are other wh dodat 0ey, red clothes and .o
acomi bac d m -f the I e,"h110al2
liad siat aing church. "t y m- law break
aUof th Abllea s he ," am se s sid
w contacted we I jal B tt1ILar.tLhe aI
ey've be. pird and i house -chr Aservices here
am pe whle they were a y a the limited
tlrh:e.: im ip maL |md by the chuch
So&e oTthino teothe Nam Po"Pleameaured detd
renea iKh, ut an p to ai rnt _
ted er ci rche. It wM ies id ad vi
IRtTr apILt ha lP frlr ia rthelut i
servini m ar ttlg eat, I h accpt it, I
pnrtiklllr/l ._w... #L
gag-.tow 4Croevm I .. mI
aw-t e iaw *'r And learn bleme it's a
from w-1iJ II tai b t s e* Iq dofirst place.
be said. Pviding it my keep them
Even his group bh isICn soae lotlof that A ta
)l etofwro nl m thi t e fitur.
have actwr arfiprte with Reds Return
the greh r arst ads pr- Plane Parts.
teria cs e dri thea
lat years aal. BERLIN (AP) bo wreck.
And the ty'slta other Naa- age of the U1 Air Fore jet
ren Trity and Fst crtraining plae ota b i
ches re active participants East Germany as b mi to
Sfact, over the years the ser- Wet Berlin Sarday.
vices e pised rha the The blrgest rmansd lt
hds ofone local Nanrene Tl Sabreliner wre the wpgs
auh to another. Current CapLt J. MdteNms
Re. wa is wrkn out a of St. James, Mo., a hi
bde tat would switch charge od recovery per.
cha the w erva frm tin.
ch l another from Sudy MeNaughta said his coy,
tos ly. which iaMluded moary
It w't chance the services, team, ived t the e a
nI t distribute the work the p vulfp of d obb 1
ad Rev. Rowaexplained. les sIhwst Br., ear
ieaow hs gop rangFrifay mor d after a dr
m l to to piole -begin mre than le hoi r
b'iY:4 lnha tjlob- IHe aid b he u bom gm
b. ey lB ad panda to cover th boitet
.B oplt wand to ceDLtu.Cal rGera H ri,41,
Shfcit Aitle TOM Caut Dau


that hel better op. He did.
ad ried index the patro
station to seek lp.
Balede told rad operator
Carl Miles of their plightand
Mile called for the ambulance.
According to wnee, p
baby the cabet teepeople
a te a drig the birth
last anigt w M ler, Mrs.
aisen ad th baby, in that
order.
"Whm I t tre Mr. Bai
Swas pacing ard the car
hs we jog dol't knaw what
Sdo,' said Nuer.
"te baby a way

Innocent Plea

In Kidnaping
LOS ANGELES (AP)-'lree
m accused of idnaqm
FrMak ES ra Jr. sDecem
berhave pleaded innocet in
Jode Wmilis aed
be lm Frday and o want
d a ball duen from M 0
to MWS for Jueh C. Ams.
lr, Ie ab reduction ear
ir wa anted U te other t
Adashd ., Barry Wwrthitoem

motlm for sprt a of v
de, whLM minded d
aOs' statemus to FBI ag
moey algdly paid as raw
am for uy g Stra lb and a
leer wridn by eama.


and Mn. Baden was doing a
pretty good job by herself," he
added.
Mueller had only the lights
from poles In front of the patrol
station to work by and the only
medical material eed was a
piece of ue from the ambu-
lance.
Ased whyt is that the first
thngthas here n drama says
wh called o at a thUe of n
expected delivery, is "soebo-
dy beat so water," Mueller
said be dor not nbow.
"I didn't need any water to
deliver iter f th abes," he
said. He said the ly light he
had wm hen delivered the baby
last September was "a flash.
light which I hel between my
shoulder and my chin."
Ieher, who probably knows
more than most single men
about baby rt said shortly
after he delivered the baby lt
nigbt "I didn't hav much time
to think about it. The whole
thing only took about three mia.
utes."
"A fine job of dliry,
doctor at the salaid.
the mother of the baby bore
Sthe ambulance last Septem-
ber namedher son James -
after Jmes Mueller.


At lat ched witt e Mhoital
bd is t n the Btdiob bad
nt be named.
But me sme d to min
The baby was haltly and safe
ad the ordeal was ow.


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s in Csog Jai for the same
a mtdof 0 eigt- year
oi Ngro rl Nori m l st
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mates ad a mbor, depita
closed aonGeore Jones Jr.,
n, also a Negro, M W 6th
Ave., early Friday.
Ieay took him into custody
about 1 am. at the NW 13th

Latin American

Expert Attends
Tulane Meet


GAINESVILI Dr. J. D.
Saunders, of the University
of Floa' Center for Latin
American studies, is in BUNoi,
Miss., today attending the ninth
Southern Assembly at Tulane
University.
He is among U Southern
leaders in fields of business, la-
bor, agricuure, eduaton
and government invited to dis-
cuss "Tie Population Dim-


Roberts


Now Police

Lieutenant


Str reetm aurat where he
worked YS ty, the gir, he Courtney A. Robert, 37,
nem bo aser o r ehil~ who has been o the Gainesville
dMa Mien i James in a line* .... .
up at thjal deputies aid. police for the past 14 year
He arldly picked u e yesterday was promoted to the
girl while he was playing with rank of lieutenant
company about 5:3 p. m. le announcement of Robrts'
Thnday. promotion came from Police
H de r lr a his biyke to Chief W. D. Joiner, who said
a 1th Stet hamburger stand that Lt. Roberts will remain m
where he bought her something charge of the traffic squad of
to eat A neighbor of the girl the police department.
aid she saw them there.
De n W ter o idI Lt. Roberts, a native of. SL
thepu aty Wa lt girl Coleft th mPetersburg, Is a 1951 graduate
theand rodle to a secluded of the University of Floridi and
spotatoele joined the Gainesville pohce
spot behind th elmetry I department May 7,1951. He 'as
school Blood and parts of the promoted to sergeant Oct 8,
child's clothing were found when 19
the girl later took her father
and Coleman to the spot. He has been active in xguth


Coleman sad the girl's moth work in Gainesville and .has
er became worried about her lectured and conducted dem-
about I pm.n T rsday. onstrations to civic groups on
She wet looking for her shooting and firearms safety.
After the mother found her He is president of the Gaines-
daughter near the school ville Pistol Club, president of
grounds, she rushed her tothe Alachua County Sportsman
S GeneralHospital whereAssocation and a member of
She wasexamined, 'the board of directors or the
she was examined,
- Florida Peace Officers Assn.
Questioning of the girl, the
children she was playing with! As head of the traffic Iquad
when she was taken and the of the police department, Lt.
neighbor netted investigators a Roberts trains patrolmen and
d led description o the man's specializes in firearms, riot
bicycle. Coleman recognized it control, accident investigation
as one he'd seen earlier in the and judo.


ma" topic oft 11 s co.- w t He is married and the father
nce. Working with deputies Cleve of one son and one daughter.
The Soutern Assembly Kendall and Johnny Yarbrough,
is sponsored by lane ino- he trad i o Jones. ITS SO LOGICAL
operation with te Aerican Coleman said Jones lives here to advertise your job offer in
Assembly of Columb Un with his common law wife and the Classified section. 'Te per-
ity. The no. partisan organ a he's married and separat- so you want may look there
tion which discusses cur from another woman, tonight! Phone 372-441.
problem on the basis of a
thritative, faal information,
wasfoundedb Dwight Eis-.! The Northeast Church of Christ
ower in M1 when be was
president of Cohmbia. 418 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE.
Dr. Saunders is head of the
University's National Def e PRESENTS
Education Act Latin Aericn
ngu11111 and Area tsie BILL HALL
and Area Stud
Programwhich putd the of Mobile, Alabom
Center for Latin American Stu- ,
d. Preaching The Gospel Of Chirst


Italian Deficit
ROME (AP) The Italian
cabinet hu approved a pro
posed deficit budget of 10.312
billion for the 19644 fecal
year.


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< By JOE HALMASTEMI
S SW rkBilr
The sun still shie bri to-
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hme but there' a darkcl
,a the hori a dml
Baged future Florida bell
bal
e Wildcats and Coach Ad
olph Rppgt atste o it la
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Proud Sloan Says Gators


'Grew Up' Despite Loss


Don't believe a tha is sld Sicking to Nashn a man-o-
about loing coach beig man defense, Pe k lnid King
glum and miserable. Cott to a pots eight be
Florida coach Norman St e low his average.
had nothing but praiand kind "Pek did a
words for his Gatos forowl aq S
a 77nn scr tIhig by l9Oi di N deos W,
tucky's WUdcatl at. Ilda I
Gym last night.
"This is the fot beaketall SaoB wse peW *asd by
team I've ever coached," Mid a "'s mdbing and
Sloan. "We played aod bai, *
and I wouldn't be surprised if "We out-ebomded andout-
a of ur boys rew up Wto- sht K my frm te or,"
night. said Soan "BarIey t a nd-
If Soen meant anyone in par e moved the biAl wi a
ticular by his last aomm t, he per uaL 1hey don't hae to
had tobe referring to -oot-l take a back seat tany bak-
soptore forward Richard court m the cdIre ."
Peek. Peek did a yeomm's job W hat, t koght abot t
in tambu Wildat Al-Americas def at the ldo d b a-
CooNas tiNn's thita ed ien?


UF Mermen Sweep


Tar Heel Foes


RALEIGH N.C, (AP-S I was State's mad 1 sal
rftb's sw tem tmnm It s.
three wism ao a wov th
Carna opplolioa Sard-ay ~w L, -l *l.r
with a convin g triumph -- .c. an R
over N. C. State. m h.t 3 1 6Ii .
Two rda fimmrW aok D Nma a t aL
first ifur thm e .Jer- am
ry UvMtan wo d ad mL&m. t n. b
frbtyle amu f lt, ut mw k t so- aLM.

ya ea1 am own as -
Re Wit a N r "n m
fMra Maai s
S ori ate d U itr aa m
m tar m a nL am N e
qiu Virth M CIM a. *L r.
mea. rem. Snm bet at umr a tLa Wa
kilho"11 1,,,, & ad CdN d &
MttaM w2- 8 ajy at*i a. a ^


In y a MLL.M r- 08a
cSl md &-r Mrth LL& M &
bibs aM a *h '
W csa



Crois Ygo' o

LMI .
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"Ourboys we a little keyed
up miht Net nervous, just
keyed op," id Sian.
: Mld Pases
"We missed some passes we
Iould bare Ad, and you Just
at ma bee tA kind of mis-
takes gaint Ke .tcky
If Slom pwed losa coaches
ean bbehappy, then e Gators


The m
The crowd, hlghy enthsb
astic, angry and partisan -
specialy at what it thotu
were flagrant oversight by o
ficials A. C. Lmbe and
Scotty Sau rey cme to
ife a the last tree and half
miute of the game.
Te core was u fo Ken.
tucky and it appeared that Fl.
rikd, after figotng awck al
night lug, was ready to co-
his b a diff t brand and
beed of Gator basketball
Sout, t oa type. Dick
Peek made a pair o free hOr
at eXT I Mt a lg
wp ma r wA'Fe a kceia
push to trim the dom do to
Sat 7W ad a rried
'Cats Iook a time out with :31 to


filedto iN suit. Theygl.
weren't ashamed, It' jut that Stefed momentary, Ke
they felt they "could have play- tcky ot bck to eght a
ad ahckofbtaIbeftr" s bW* by Km. Ti camne a
cteM' Mt lhley said. Gatorsce more.
"Iptytdaspomr games Dm to R
I'v be od a h time," High- Baxtey bit frmn outside, Kr
ley a. "I don't k wy, bI d a free r w at 1:16,
I Nu' cdt hg n toPeekmade a rtw MedI
theb b td I I Mcot later ar being fta l byCo
the tam a vioy tig tn ah n aa rebduad it
ai did $ was i Te Sat ht d at
t Ma RM. Cape Kemedy last week
coul't have bee ni tan
FloriS Gym at that mant.
Aubrni IOS fr oMnw by Randy
Smbry and a tin by lrha
Vaudy, 8361s mr t1"t-obe"
A U BiRN ae whit l thole a
AU ALk(AP) Te .m. aE P Ml
Aub"Wi 74n h1V- thair ht- iuir laa jb by gpeas
SfieMJ b Jc Nh -- hl % by uJ
aOt WfIt l M ta i ha It tt with t a


Cner tot b c *rs, iock, a hd t i a
Ap Wk l lIib M cik andtl the
MEi by i Jo NF w* r 3. 3 in tha
v Wes remahin,0M w to be a espi
tflt i and led hram teati aue p pa
\P-e Aid O. ethat d h


Baby Gators
Win, 75S7


Florida's frbhman bakt-
ball tem doned Pmacl
Junior Cdle, w t7,he psr
Ihmaary pme lIt aight to
make their reed H for the
year.
The Baby Gat led byas
mch as befe a alcort
Pa ola press flustered
them. e visibr cnue a
c se ad btthb UFyer
p Camht bold to finis

David Hiy led the UF
rash with M pots while Fair
child had 17 for Pnsacola.
7ie Baby Gators wi play St
Leo Juior Cod tomorrow
might in a prelm to the Teams-
ee game.
mT Fmros Uwfr. 0-141 eW.
rO. 444; iA M 4 W44M;
S 14'; a, M T.an
PUUACOA MSl 8l-17;
Utrua. 64M11; Nw. 214; rt.
nofr. 24-1 4ning, -4; W*eb,
14l; Tane, -11; llM., 1+2;
CUSS khW I lab.
lan. niw. CI s ith a c
W Pro --.-At X-5S
Ofdals: ImM lid hiw.
pen, too.
keyr Clhowy



The first half od l hae -
amd w d have to a le stoat-
ho md Ie ook, fied


(whtve it


ta to lMda atr) the Or-
Kht Mad tlmot
ampsanideSm
flawlessly te first miAt
as t ampe amh -s lead T
b tsihot wea MeaWd
atly ad bi iow with se-a
naimms oia neld t r-
bled the CGdto Falrt
the UK 1-1 frly ei
with Brmoks Eodao ad
fBaiflby om ada
BMnhd asmah aad siiy
e Gaors got back St be
re a big blowbhi.tStea.
d atr ah kwa M dow
Emimo-a a nbMm ad
tas Mniogy wattd wit
to be, saor at Lamurt
cat a tecaical wiNt NtL M
adbth eot d oftbesblldto
a Ne troek hy r iantlso
Caly, amO U soh; ad
fielders by Nah a Iay
ad push slat Tt solved
Gain dowes in 3-Uaditwas
Cun "n an 0
a ja tstarls.
Cod, a r tw
ir the fiWt u, lad

lef walli, 3 1 pllM The ft
no& NrA'oh dItat Ua.




ML aieMl sua at i i

nod BalyM a h and 17
moto WL 4I dfU nait a
11 s a" 1 1 Aft
J dfla-pei-t



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GATORS WORK AG AINST UK ZONE
...Pass in pivot to Moat Highley is good one.


'The Baron' Has Praise


Aplenty for Gator Team
By MAIRT SCRAM on late in the second half by a tion on the foul line and tosr
Sm r Writer couple of long swishers off the in two free throws to ice the:
Th Bn .hands of hot-shooting guard game for thevisitors.
The Boln o IenuclKYTo Bauley. Rupp sprinkled a What did Rupp say during the-
held court at midcourt last few of his goodwords n thehurried conference?
alght and praised his vanquish five-foot-ten Gator star. "I told the t even
ed Florida costs. Vanquished, "Baley about wore us out," we maed those foul shots, just
that is, if a five point 77-7 de- Rupp said. "He's a clever little to let Florida drive down the
feat can be considered "van- guy...a fine ball handler...and length of the court and score a
quiahing." a great dutch shooter. He basket. By that time, the seven
And basketball "B aron"knows when along shot isneed- seconds would have expired
Adolph Ropp three his kind ed, and he's not afraid to take and we still would have pre-
words areod liberay. it." served our win.
ors aro d liberally But the best laid plans...some-
"orida played terrific Bley hit for 17 points times are unnecessary. Enbry
game," said America's win against "upp's Wildcats sunk the big free ones, and the
miest coach, 'Te shot wel, nght 16 of them comn on Wildcats scampered home vie-
moved the ball well, and in gen-. 5and 30oot jump shots. torious.
ral behaved like the well. But Rupp didn't stop there in Of his own team, Rupp spoke
coached team I know they are." h praise of the Gator back- but briefly.
Rupp had just seen his Wild court play. He merely switched "We were out-rebounded ad
cat claw their way to an excit.-his subject from Baxley to outshot, (percentage-wise), by
ig finish after coming within Brooks Henderson and kept Florida. But our defensive work
three points of complete blow right on praising. pulled us out. We broke up
ing a lhpo lead. "And that Henderson was out- some of their down-court passes,


The Gaon were spmd

Starke Bows

To Perry,

Tops Baker


standing. Rebounding guards and that did it."
are ard to come by, and Hend-
emon rt us evrhee.... ri h p
iThi" renton Tops
SHend lnidwas Hilliard For
high point m, bitti for 19
pon and what's m he top-I t 1Cj W
pd the vU61-54 Win
- four more ta etmaet:
Mat Highley. TRENTON The Trenton
A key ent in the e, Tigers defeated Hflli"r P-
accordinto RuM had t beFlhels yea's Clas C


PERRY -StarkSmade a rewhl reserve Wudcat guard state cage r .:s. bt-1 ~ur-
moBdosa iattalf comeback but Rand Eby toed the foul day night ma wellplayed -
fl apuhot rtbih driw to Un with eore M L. TIhreCn auer
pOt sr Perry Sarday we seve seo i noMalog, The Tigers, in boatig th
Ui T ht TTh Ct. Bo te tc7eboar at be t time. record to 1 4 wo IM
dopg won, S,, to make their Kn y held a fOaglkig P" i.
reord 144 for the yw. poo wh Ch lt p a d tbe teams were deadcad
ltmembaryrer N o atpd halftime and ad after three qr-
a Tread. Fa I l terss. But Tretm n fidM
de Id Na5 r *X, strong to auladst HIMBrd.
Mdit do fordbC wge&d f5 Holta Browotag led Tgoon
Stheirnd U& with 3 points and ped e toff
Poay, aih I ed Stara "" bound. Dany Wlm haod
irt waek by r balshK ld rr a se in 17 rebounds as heal Ti.
4M P ift emlast lqarter. cM. agn, r' Sa ge rs used their height to good
7Mn Jib W m, Rlrd4 ,1 ;advantage. Wila hit a pos.
aH rtmua l Ir Ilmp pf a Hard wa topped by How.
am rpe St t a w P r-S s.m ard witbh poMes and N. Coer
rA. aMW k vl t m ,s u5 s
Wakhmft t lab e u aa bi wtI M
Puny Ijim pos. B '^ "M > ; '"i4
Sli fo m.sm L.. aL A .sI asr, s44 aa. *," IW- .
H--tt> Im- U Ma 4; xl 14; UL4tb W
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Star Games

.e assWs s* a W Is rlft a Nt *d-t,
..^i Sll C p rn um it mte

o aSe M A& ee apm a wl to Oir neM A L
B Ad C ihool to pod ter tN fa r aM itr ete
-IetSe M in Ta*m
IA a*t of ha sf sho tm i Vf A& ahk, n
A. uii sal pi w.Byt MtM- ISl'fth ubwb
Js tuah flteeAAoadMnbotpeimad
.& -EbA*.S


S Idoole'si n gM a Isbab nu
ly.I y mMait p l h an lir bs ph
May teeml iS A tab msu vam t mr ayr e db
I Wllm -I Sal -b tte $i# a L f

,, Toe mi adaa od pod thiiM dmlaat a maI r l
Ub eI ye tlat awC a aG Odu Q ea
o$w Gahnvae's Jay WBIa
When Bloc a Bloce
"YTea mi it about o bloc vte," he miL "Wall,
wha t when GHS Ocla, Stute, Santa Fe ad P.X Yoep
vote ae. I that a boe Ot?"
Tele mateo ur AA ftsel edt. hI des tli
t te itr t aeai, aeley Ia b tb Ba rut.
"T eywe't ve fr wpaye a Ite ditnt pht I
-teatLarer I al hs e t ate to," ke sL
S "So i's havetwo ar v miaeL Le the dob-A school
S pteirway;IetA.BadC mab*e," Tooleanrnhtr
AN ti is aier aid ti done.
The orida Athletic Coache AMnoatin would have to
apM te plan ad the th FlorMa Hi Soold Adciviti
Alaxlu would h e to give permds.
ine tneanodos ailment pth, however, iof the AA
hi am d ts opb to be LocUke the nt fd n
..e make s wel worth codderan tbe rlh are
pua to t richer, etc...


'Nigh. FanmIrritated


A min Him i ti ace it wek has anred a l.-
dnfled AliWm
It had to 6 wit b Cra Ti drpping Gergia
betl It 14 d la the BDlldp wit Vkgl t

aline uidelfied 'Bea porerr wanie to ew tabn d*
face between PI ad Rio d. He also wats to o,


maeirv u 4 k 6e 01G
Ataly, it may be tat 'na nl d VPI la MI
Coa PauM "Br BI grWdes wEl play the roIt.
SEC aedule et yar Iye.L .
AMs'Is Sme 184 s h*b NDNE W C ai&
ami ver, Teh bk ietdad teo Ti a y,
fab lm,ub was pi uS w hbes the k b
IMM
This me that Tmese, Vadrlt, orld, Gela.
Abl ISU Tuhne, fs l Elas e OIl Mia o the
fe Curioity realp has bee a ra. Wadsr who S6 No.a
U pimet Ib?


Caught on the Run


: 7onew Gainenie H@ B ebuto tracdr it U s 6o d
. Ca m a ier Wit a i r ai a Ao
teanmry tom
bam- Iea N4Wl asa i u K
.tfk a o By Sr6 ienr (anI w9. IL M
hr hk amf a Inamessb 61 mm 00%k Carai bU&
bInibASdIi tiiklwii e blkIll
pe mflaWWId* ESh W b a hisM O
-a kme iSS. #A t hO Sk San lb r *9dlia
SIOi hIs wl t amnb M a b ti, el a
Sw ab d ki r aw Mth 911m I bu s


lbI ST I i S Iny 5d 18 a.
n.a ii It a ib wi& lk i
O ai Ie b year b bl iilat loot

a a am aIbaltms a L "
h i pg I IAtr I plru waaofht t #n bi
*: ehil ih aim thef mped m Ig Rel i Homes i Ag



aI CtW slafth ht oua "Shr ihnh a ym t

M aill adsued, goAir GOaBml fnt
i ta. i .i ah mil II I W i .
h fl. l nitt k 4. Rtas ti"r whema
Ia hee bIb le m a I o* da .,
sf ls blwg Abi --. it wly
: b w ~ d Yettn'icoeW~cbir a-t


Royal Snap

Win Swre4to ,

Of BEt",


A heBl bi MsB w
-J IaS OhiMw l atit

Te ab agh, shld

vWW bM m Jib Oor
teal I b Theyr


ITe Royak, t Rflta
wig 35POW, whippedBabt.
molre 1-l4 hal the f areW
slrlmm a rwtmk to tIe

Wi4ug terk 10L a n M
tbymr I 1iMa b the


tl in the lrd pui, ct-
Mt iobert ad Iye
ary pArd a ai bL
aliartson ad 2 Md 5
wpy ttte" nd a a
M M" ud TMuldt
Ib te ry aft be.
Wg la fadt meW p
ad an ie quarter
4lht phllSi. R...i w
threepo6t ply tid Ie
MI, and D hba htwl pat
me dUt atead a te

the ki pard., -oring the
Cli' eT po- t ast
tey irrei their id by
seen at the ad o or. t u-e
Iell fibbed with ols awd
Heinol I. Hal GOr taied
U for the ns.


PLUSH OPERATION


oaio Hales Track to Open


By GB plUalM
POMPAl AEBCH (AP) -
am rafa eMa-. to
brat fir Ib -lt ti i tu
wok sin waio iwv PowI
pm Putk q fr a -dw
M pwkrt gI u dtdm
lrageM7 L. 4 ad 5. th
s 6 Ifor tLi mm ons
inek 8 h. s a.NWop.

ar MQa -l whir ma

hospi ad .
Poep' Pm k h bled X


ThroeIo s raced near
here for a week back iI. At
tat time Asa was "M
hey Go, at Pompao" but Gov.
Jobt W. ar cloed e tack
lor aeoift ..ma ed
perbnioooel fletti
oe day k the early IMLf
Vle FaderLk Va Lmmp
mad bt wife, raes, wre
kg to MiuSih tir DCD, Ie
mrd duMthe d
mul flMrldl


ths dka d a abim %%q
in d da salaries t






r ie gr St H f


Mongo Wins




ma il fit paero w-
a= don mobs the Wa*-
BD.C, ladtntmil at L-
rel last Norebr and defeated
hree oter bore in a bdeb
ehib at h Prk Sat-

Moni, a Wa litnds
IU for hi rivalnk, ra e ae
t ba a 1:Z 64 adr
jockey Wy abe. l
ck record is 1:2144 sed
t by B Purple two yt r


SMayo led all the way ad fin-
l Va lnep bout te ed lengths ahead of Dr.
alte a witer trailing oundi Hank & ader Bob Usery. ToD
for their Cmt Fatrs, weh Way, imde Joh L Rot was
has beadquartan in L 6inKm, third, 3% lg bLack ad roll-
Ky. Van Lap abe I pn ig Se s four th, with ckey
det of Wolaite Raceway at SoloIome up.
MDngo I prepping for te
Popano PIark aei the lW Mded Widener HanI -
rad fr the CWmil winter po be nmiat al mea on
Quart a its openalg mart Feb. .2


Sun Devis Big Surprise


Of Year.They're Losing
I o


By TED ME
Asacled Pfe M frt Wher
Cilltig rlk HobMM a o
James Sod. Invetite col-
lapse of tin Ar Sa Sun
Devls in oSlep bl ba
The San.Devls frm Tempe
a a oi pam a yer ago
ad. flattbd fri I thb fhial
Acin W Psa P te h m l
itadn back from thi team,
ASU was apected to have an-
oter frauds sea Ia -
ad the Sa Dev have st
n of o pmcs.
As her as Coh Ned Walk is
oosermd, he has no Md
the two ted sha MSod fi n.
M"Ti o od Tony (11e Hore)
Cerkveik s a big ramo,"
Walk uys. "HSgave |S Iyearls
tenm charl. This yar we
lack this. "MrI o a a Ia to
lai a muy flor rn."
Ce kI, a star border,


AlvinDark

To Houston


Next Year?


SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-the
Sm Franadco Eainer aid
Satrdy thee ar drun g ra-
m- that MAlvb Dk, San Frn.
iCl Gb*sw, n ay
with to te Bsa Coad i
e he omapeh the M umN

ia ivoUrl u y. as
7am awmM Dark weM am.
W ft i day Nir ed

a. qll ui.
It. feaW Dkat h ass a

7 ir aeWinr ,EOw a
mta. sid MeL Wh ais
0 the Naltal w
to a a mDe y meS


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is a a ihielidr lml





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Ca*t aCm i Sr ht




N a malk ri
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now is playIng
Piip Oiler
Okla.


with the AAU
of Balanesv


Depite his woes Wulk is bet.
ter of than Ted Ihardt in his
first saon as coach at Tulane.
The Greeni haven't woa
pme, the only major team in
li catey this aa
Tulane dropped Iii 15th
-rigt Friday ight when M
sissippi rallied in the scod
half fr an m 4 vlory. bI cn-
trast nbate UCLA, the a-
oim's No. 1 in a the AP pon,
made it 1 I a row wth I easy
I- triumph over Calfoni's
Smna Barbmara a
Doaie eiCg'Ts X
ad B Dida'sr ted
Bob D'. aod DaI s Gott
ombed hr 4 p to kmp
the Gremoin n eatado m ll
O h Mi broke a -47 tIe and
pme away.
Walt H d ad Gad Gaood
rich S pt pob for UCLA
a dIe Bna chatad up bw
No. 3 hr c JoMlb WOd-
en SI n- oot Mld Cl
lpped in poit to led em
Loo tate b its It vib Try
Iagate tl de over
atl


let Califo na bei the
Points scored by opnore
Jim Barret
LuIa State grabbed an
early lead and coasted Mb-
siippi Sate -71 at Bato
Rouge.






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S ,phiygIathome,ap II


way nadocts metiap at
Causery, t& of Orlan d
Vam Ll bd to buy the
rWey Wst Kr i C pb en
d tIaI ltt Brord Com e
ty to gt permiln to peate
his track. In aiio, he had to
win m deral kigwte btes
ad Ib a r ereadm i I t
Dog adhrtacu kou*ght
ad to caale pealt, bt
t drt art hey ha
appealed to the Fora Supr
Cat
While the rastand will ot
be completed mitil amer, the
t flo hbw will be opl;
ptg M a rema paved ad
dubg a auk a uIm
progp that beg s Ins *
amM raCg whih a b
beae cared On in this colry
sdce te early days, gew in
poprily ator the cye U
-nplod toi hiwrbelhd aiy
o il ad reached ib peak In
e early IN wIe D Paei
becai b a anal haer
lie aimobile almost kiDed
I I& swat


traced.
This dliinated the mw
taity of a unmw start-
when going the race meat
speing mod of the after-
Im watching the starter try-
i k line up spirited hones
ad clever drivers for a even
The monted ate, which is


really a pair of wings that mon
in fot of the horses, then fold
alongside the car s it speeds
away, meat a peram could
be run as schedule
rotting race now are held in
15 states and last year attracted
17 million spectator who wa-
gered nearly $1 biSoa.


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HOW TO PLAY TH TOUGH SHOT?
Citadel f star BDil Etheride looks it over.

Etheridge Leads


Citadel Golfers

CIARLESTO, S.C. The Etheridge posted a 4.0 sroke
Citadel tam w embark average as a sophomore ad a
an a 1 match c dule 7 average lastseason a a
March 16, with a three-way unor.
match set fr atheto Duns The Cadt team d r
T Comm in yrs h.ed
THE CADT LEDBY BI record lat se with a third
ETHERIDGE, the de n place f in e South Caroli.
champion in bo thhe Southern a Intercollegiate ad a seventh
Coufm e and e South Caro place f in th Sotulh Cn
l. State tornamnt, have five te rn am
lettmen back to form t
spd t for the new seaoi l The TIdleahe: Mar. It, George
b biddes Eth-W a Furman ad David.
rifcB Pow T"r Bu t Myrtle Beac (The
West 1t pI ,lmisno; (U -) Azkl
er, 86 hI oks ad ETournament; Apr. I, at South
Grhaism am roster and Carona; Apr. 1, Presbyterian
vie for Ul six spot 00 at Hampton; Apr. 171,U State
adl XZ Tournamenatat Hampo; Apr.
Etherge, e the top col- East Carolna; Apr. at
legiate galf in a South, was Georgia Southern; May 1, Caem-
a reg Io =me and Furmn;I May 5, Ger-
ca bonor last so after.
turning i sistraht sub par there; Ma12 South.
rounds of competitive go. Conference, Myrtle Bech
enr from Gainesville, Fla., (lie Dmues).


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A rican camp, bt them was
no escapigt w obeiog fact.
ITis is a Soviet Union
Olympics
Sb Mbula hdia Solli,
kova, t -year -oM Siberia
school teacher, won her third
speed skating champim ip ha
Olympic record timeu by streak-
Wug he 1i, meters in 1 mia'
ate, Ni seioni. Ad another
Soviet school teache, am
Boyakikh of Sverdlok, led a
1-2-3 Russian sweep in the wom-
en's IfMfuie sd ra e.
At ft end of the day, the
Rusa baded a app
toal of 12 medals-five old
three silver and four broe-
and threatened to dominate the
spectacle as country ever
hasn done.
Mrs. Sobim a dimpled,
blood hooewl vie s a phane
tom a Ice, mere d a the aid.
stalbig individal ar dof the
Games with a chase dof wb
ukag an uprecedeted forth
medal Sunday. Thats whe she
races in the ,N ter sped


usmi's SSkoblikova-


Durable, Daring, Demure


I NSBRM UK, Astri (AP)-
Ui g Ibmia',
e ,d medal wime at he
OkiaOympipcaisbpldto be
apa doL.
Sis durable and daring. She
Sib b, dkn Ed dmm. dI
also is dimpled and demune.
And I gOri to bing both
* ,ued.athlete ad an attrac-
tie Wa
"I like to skate around t
adm awt a victory. People
appm and that gives me
pleasre" she says.
'Shat l mas a me m
feinine," she says.
Skating also s making her the
most famous athle at the
anb VI Gem.
Mrs. SMobl a use's mar.
rid to a traier- has u
the speed skatig events, a
o Olympirerd hti, and
a tNi days. ae wm try
for a wecedaed fourth
amy, aody rmange a O
S Ithe aW greb Ob*pic


I ha er list of achieve-

t fr a Olympic nmd.
IWe be sen tie l U-se
na to 2:la, B a cr.-

IUIr oefa lb*so* ts-
0d1 die urn tLhe
wa epete in tie 3 Jmter
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Callf, for the 10 Olympcs as four evea.
me the eaer known Rwm Tha r tart iaber.
ai, and woanto old meedb. MMawhio Alumi
She added to her laurel in sr, i ret, I m
Toko recently at the world MI tgtey
ampaph sweeping asllngra every the hs wMe W


ag ima I.
M! figim ZdardiU's sdedwl ase ad il
tile s ir bs tidN we to Mti, the mea
swbatoaprbdES ai mauwhs o woe eiI
9Wki V h ib t e Iary UMmdip N f San
Vw. ,d#sWkM% Lia, N. Y., with Jaames la
ftr a Im rtiry aLake P, Y., at aI
mpp t he b brake, ib feinh a 4:m.I
wdeW b s ad leb eL I arle NMY. Dedt M da
fbU t ilN / Mmud. N. Y., t mly ite of te
ltB mr pr, itkr dalWboled frae mty at 1a po
*iS l by a le ber- and hi pwrtr, Caes Pa
mmd frtheb e Iba, blmo dlph of Sara Lake,
atPnt the wa at te Mor veth whi 4:L5. T wo rm
a Witc's lttir e nad a taied Friday and two
mt kft the trak a tefr MC- Satarday.
ad rm. iH We|r, tey mlad mM"r Aet
dm in sty f or a abd itMe sr, remMed Gol-
ae for our m of4 abm Is, sce irs-C and
at .o. Irled, 1, daughters f a Val
is a Brita's ft fpid d' Ise ina keeper became
aml l ti Wr Gu tbe fstbermbinatlever


shaken. She whipped off her e
low gogls. She ran her fingers


Ito l M ad m baperl. bismm ae me am
I t Witer W Gam L. to ti di clia
rstine thfBralib after e Sir Ma
tint m, rnlldm hr Mea m Arica fe ll. Amos
port dmon te Wir Im tte, U.S. deate to thbn.
Valy oore w as to M p btio dMrati onr,
to wh by a faeti d a Me- aediat dIm dd a j)ry r
m arbmbe w dod b io l i. Aa lr oad U miotes
aoelM, S aem the lar, the ped came.
to ma, Mari Ih 1:W. "lat's ealu tlhait'
Miss Suerrs e w l:31.- deul," Jea t gbl. "I only
SShe wnt wide a thea u s I could h bes of a n
eache o tie commre hea aor oor. But t's wderful


fiBrt efin ad fllB ate sih
place. Sh cut oom a r see a
nd mn sd dIn the
coa e lib a rocket, dcking


to wr the fi medal for Amer
ica, t the same."
Dipq nti were numr-
us in te women's slalom,


.5i I Oads. where the sighlt mistake can
She wa being hgged and hitg atomutic elhminaion.
kissed by her ta whe Barbara Ferries of Hought,
the report came at a guard at Mh, n amog tos trown
gate N. ld reported that she eut Ar fhi fth with a
had failed to make ti pte gaw p Jw :OI'j r twndi


COURSE SCARED HER


control film by the judges d
finitely proved that she passed


from below, scared me," said through her short-ropped hair. I the gate n proper fashion.'


Ju e fidgeted. And .he mwitd.


pinkbeed aonli fm'
Lkevew, Ore., who wo Amer
ica's first medal at the Winter
Olympi Saturday.
"You know," said, 'I kept
ling myself over ad o tt
Swas just another race, but
it wasn't You can hold top posi-
tin right up to the Oympi,
bIt th Oymp Is just in a
dm by itself."
Mis Saubrt ad iqe a bit
difficult hde bgher point
-e after she had finished
third ad app y w a
ro we medal

It took ly iUt a tlodl Sx
aeeds for te n de ace
S Ameica eam to slip hr
res tro tuwistig
mme's la c s, a tere

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As die leaped acrss th flih
in on her sead m, t, -
ol Ogon Sta s i
S "It ft real good. Bat i
Itk od o gfor a mbd?"
S te was good Bt the
gad at fat No. I elahed that
Miss brt d failed take
the ga properly.
M Saobrt's ompure was


Fiay the international jury
handed down its decision-Ms
Saubert had not missed the gate.
Amos Utle, U.S. delegate to
the ernatimal Ski Federato,
brought the news.
"Miss S ert is definitely
in," he said. "A review of the


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at's wonderful, that's won
derfu" said Mis Saubert. 'I
only wish it had been a different
color medal. But i s woderful
to win the first medal for Amer-
ica, just the ame."
Trail Frekh San
Miss Sauert won Amerlea's
first medal by ramming her M-
poud frame down the two ru
in 44 and 46.58 seconds. She
finished behind a pair of
cah Sis Christ Go.
el, the winner with 1:1.M
clockig and Marielle, the run
er-up at 1:3.77.
She admitted having difficulty
at the start.
"I was tight at the start of
the first run. It may have been
nervsnss, I don't know. But
I thought I skiedd t last half
of the first run good, and the
second run very well."
U. S. team manager Fred
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betr, but e re awfully happy
to et a medl. speally th
ft medal th whole Ameri
can tle ,'e said
Try T Hard


aree Got e, mean-
while, aid ae toug the US.
tiers trid too hard. bhad
the sme felng abolt a police
man who tand with her
comah
7%e II-yearM FmRh girl


too wide at ied p and
wa too fat wvie si anud
peed i decisive. Sometime
she wa nearly carried off t


Mariel, meanwhile,
red away.


ic


As her coach tried to get over
and congratulate her o her
silver medal, a policeman tried
to stop him.
"Don't you toch tIht man,
Marielle shouted. "That's Mo
sieur Bonnet
Then sh punched the cop hn
the an.


I ---~----


was disqualified for missing a
gate.
Linda Meyers of Bishop, Calif.,
got Ih place with 1:37. and
Jon Hannah of Francoaia, N.H.
lth with 1:4739.
Beds The
Jaice Smith, an lsyear.old
hih school girl from Rohester,
N.Y., who piled into a snow
ban after Friday's 500 meter
rae, had the bet American
speed skating test. She clicked
off I minute, X seconds for
seventh place.
Barbara Lockhart of Chicago,
subbing for the injured Marie
Iewer of Minneapolis, wa 10th
in 1:3.6. Jeanne Asiforth of
Lake Placid, N.Y, 4Uyear-old
teacher, was llth in 1:397. She
sied the last half alo after
S Japanese competir with
whom shbe was paired tumbled
t o the rae, In speed shat.
ig, empetitors race k pair
ial thwe.
Mrs. Skoblikova's winin
time was nine4ths of a second
belltter than the Olympic mark
set by Klara Guseva of Russia
at Squaw Valley, Calif., four


years ago.
Miss Boayarskikh's time in
the 1kilometer ski rte, a
mn of 6.1 miles, was miM
tes, 24.3 seconds. Secon'place
went to Eudokia ekshilo; a -
year-old teacher from Lenin-
grad, ad third to the de ending
Olympic champion, Mari Gusa.
kova.
Te United States had no com-
peitors in the women's ski race.


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era's deEeie feB aplrt b t GIS coach Jeoh Raper felt That's Harry Dm (No. 11) of Coeoa's Tilm grabbing a vital rebomd as his team beat Galnville,
d quarter ellig 0t the third qIrt, where FrR y ight. It was the 18th w hla a r game for Cocoa. I foreground is Terry Nutt of GHS. At
r to on bemnld id Coa ootsred the rri- left k Sua Mair tla a at right, Mike artal, both of GHS. No. 21 i Bob Seemer of Cocoa.
hoe a evetmal vertihe cans bysix points, was the --- -
V=w Friday night whic the tuning point.
fvO "'"htad a ewt. IN OLYMPIC HOCKEY
Mi fine win, M. 1. "W( lad afer fioormis.
The vigNl I 5aetsledby take in the tid quarter that
94 hlftine M. qt Oranq really hurt us," Raper said.
Park poed a poi the Wethrew away there or four
d period tograb a M ithotd w getting a sht at the
0411o00" i &'btse" Spweden Rallies By UoS.
The Hornets stiled ithe bom ,
tesam I the last quarter w1ih sn:3ne15.'o : o m&" su=9'
four pohis to force k !agme, a We. "C11. T.ma b: INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP)-Amlericas' chances of winhngigoals and took the lead in the a 24 record Czechoslovakia
esdic 3 tie and he extra smi r-In -a*. ; san. Sweden's s t-s ingm pic the gold medaL The US. took second while the Americans moved into third place at 2-1 by
per*. "; S' 1 a key tam ra ied to deet the Olympic tite for years ago. were shorthanded because of beating Finland -0.
Oran Park hit for to bas- the Uaited State Saturday Trailag M after thefirst pe penalties then added three more The U.S and Sweden had to
SaIteov Sam Uby u a-
hwil oe. ai as --.~. ,n ight a. d rt.allyadd theriod, Suden cord two qvui ck S a in the final period. play their unportant game with
u" 9 n.... night ,- and vi.nde -.th4e:rilAASwedlenwor two quid t o
HL h n e "ad a"pi f- -l It was the second defeat inone star out of action. Torn
S nift l 1 a tfre I a te e o ..... Yurkovich, the regular Ameri-
W6"1 t Blue Wave Victor, 59 -i47, a tom"of'
m q ..I U D 77 l.,li~ l ,P .1-J-. -ooden haus eam of knee mjuri suffered
D1 oin ad Griftb hd I for wo one and lot one.
Ltlo ifore mw msa .1 i s r ia a weden's Carl Oberg was sus-
lItOw uRl IhllOpI ended for this one game as a


Go, Go, GO--GH O range Park w the i'
Cue cheerleader pep it up. But Cocoa stifled a P. K. Yag worked to an ear.
late rally by GHS to wv, 40.34. (Sam phlot by s. .!l lead ad aided to it io down a
TLSly Lewis). M4; wae. I .I-i N .i;tbbo Btler quintet
lkl-w w -"e; ,. Frl day, 547, at the Blue Wave
I4*; Qcas. 24 Cla Gs. W1, gym.

S1 1 3 I-a eighth gam in 14 efforts while
drpBennettp the TTigerom Unio
PKY t t areule a te sta t
Tnn Arpf Siormxr Inguiau8Fall 0,.t,,tke
S ra c nTo BigRally ith TMgr m pike d Ipto
An unofiial tally by James Bennett, 21.8; Browning. .5: ouls and Beby Hm three
Russetl P. K. Yonge High Thomas. 19.1;: Nutt, 1.4; and By astingi while guarding Ithas. But
School statistician, shows Cross Williams, 17.5. a me Greet, the third PKY
City's Dennis Bennett topping Keystone Heights' Jimmy Me- KEYSTON HEi TS player assignedM the task, liro-
the:i' scoring parade withMurtry is spring at a near 0Te HatlNp Spdses cameited the r shooter to oea
27 points while Ricky Turner per game clip but hall the box b ehif li a the last half field al lthbogh T Das took
of Cedar Key has best average, scores of the India have not day night to aip I: eorg laurels for the game
2 r game. been counted ino the totab. Heights, 7141 in a fst biae- with points.
Several box scores are miss- Robert Stearns leads P. K. ball HcoEate. asi fd go
inag *t most area teams and Yonge with 175 points. Richard .The bt tan shot off a I abs had added eight charity
thm'Itb leaders is unofficial, C ons paces Saa e with l11-...P le i ri MerLa


Rail stated. 177, EliyB M tob BaaMson wa s uMwt -
an Ty'noas of Lake But. wilh dmD W th 141 as ds b ifith- Rebound stgth made th
l has 312 points in 17 games, for Williston. ings' ft abrek slowed e vi. dMence Efr lhe Wave. Covey
T'urn 312; Terry Nutt, Gaines- sitors to stmrting iback Jonston pbe down 13 and
vie, 272; Holton Browning, in the third qlart' a l Robet SLa got a dom.
TiMoa 246; John Willi am s, Eales Stop final pedid. whichts H eake Buter bt lrry Clyatt
Stme V7. 7 tored stil woea points ain mhBars, fml tm the rd period aSd
BiDd Turner in average ae T the winners caught fire and beilt b rt the Tigers on the
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Russia took the lead in the penalty for throwing a broken
eigh-team round robin earlier stick over the boards Friday and
Saturday by routing Switzerland hitting the Canadian coach, Fa,
15. That gave Russia 3 rec- other David Bauer.
ord. Canada, idle Saturday, has perfrmr for Sweden
Star performer for Sweden
o"TI sHmke at w as Ulf Sterner, an aggressive
By Ite Aw iad preu
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M... a o"o'iGO professional tryout in America.
canaa .... i 4 IHe scored two goals.
M -. 1 2 I


Miami Nudges

Stetson For :.


Win,81.75


DELAND (APi Miami out
.. lasted repeated Stetson attack
Sand lost its lead nine tubeii'Fr
: day night before deearlng the
Hatters 81-75 in a Florida inter-
'collegiate basketball game.
i Rick barry, who has aver.
" aged better than 30 points a
;game, was held to 27 for Mi-
ami. Stetson's Bill Pickens
made good on 24.
Stetson hit better from Ail
floor by making half their .5
field goal attempts.


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A Basket Ahead


This P. L Ymae shot wat in for two of the
poets a tke Be Wove bet LIak Bar, 5947,
Friday. Phymn are Terry Prri (N. 10); Larry
OCrlt (N. 15) ai BL P ob (No. 3) of the
Tier s ad Rbrt Stemr (N, 32) l ChU HIs-
t ofPKY.


Texas Standout


Appleton Signs


Oiler Contract


HOUSTON (AP) Scott Ap- require a contract rivaling the
tpletm, the nation's mot out- $1(,0 document signed in D&
Sa ta F tandi collegiate lineman of ,mber by Trull. the national
S n, sned a "impreive"1pa3 chtmpMio from Baylor.
atrt Srdy with the Applet had bem drafted
ous Oler of the American No. in the NFL by Dallas but
PI rthall League. the Cowboys later sent his rights
To Green C"I w trn aor o Polit rb ina trade that
u I sWid,"sa id ute A brought Buddy Dial, veteran
GRM COVE PIG,- Wrm Bak lied6If Aimito t for nmioml ln tothe Coowos.
Snift eailGm CMI U 1* d Mueali ?'d h al A eton aid he met with his
SipO cIV. wift am ft W Bup ahm TMdlas of HOin nA. N attorney fRdqM&his ma
re iwi Om 1Ma mi nithd'"jd jowd 2,,ooth of ad d sintan d Maa be
hufg DIa al se k- wi I a w pm. i recruiftig by the Oi mld be in ou stm Saturday.
We i tMf llbr em the i PittStrgh stain "M parents were very
km s ir mkoadMleb r s te-lPP aLe. happy said Afppo who
twoMia'flh 4i1 Mf N1 Alppia t'nsa gure be h omeisat Brady, about 3a
m Aa I y s a HedL -i s thmles aorthwert of HoaB.
hyW '- ui- Newhenryte In eLa HoustHo's: MAsid why he bad eLao
crM SMg 3 e Stoa 'Hah over Pltt hrAbu, Aum.
us uriin td MU ldv A433 40 A" and Bud tonrwped:
M wlt a 9I l Jr. he Oir owner, ob- "t'ais Texas. I'ma prty lop
i ,lhicft il we rel eved that the al to e state."
| In r it h&. MefI B1pPlpam* fr thiea HerwrUeouldnocoparetheof.
Sr oMr noC h M t St be ti TY =rsy wnrftan made by the two cat e.
Sle p tea my the moasy eord
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Seminoles to Open Spring


Football Drls Feb.24


TAILAEA Cach DRI
Pies be Ftu N i
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U-I0 d t


msoo bcauMd as ky in

I PhiMf shoachm rphf
drsb with a a far o
a e Mt a mula rob l


il after during pradie."
Two recent added to the
Sif are l o id, fr.-
er aMih ibekd eoah,
Don Poweda, odedee coach
at Wichia.


isaeI fgfa w
a the Do. m JI ked
lft w the mon ad t


By ahuM ha e he riK
videry old hi bm M -
Beer, the ofbdl sa
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ad the Gmis cooet < after
te ot fit hai. Tl helR
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es ret th iqway
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Mcaw's *irmdi h fn l
aqhdtekhedirhdtahe U.
pna.


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amko*i hop efu. Wbubd tUh wri
"We have a good mdwcus toWlm S OIRAO S O
iM our eem ar-l, i" a- amI award wim may r sm e
- ac ta IS -O Wh had II in
ua pod peom rs a d B iO r ple ily|i n al giwar e other
ae back Imn st sea lk" wmh A m^ I' tha 00l,11
aotr year's epe ri nce. t *
"However, we've gt to find
bm ing badswW cado
he iobfoamu" C owaoys Hire


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aaMm e, dhE kBNew
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Houston Virginia Teac, Norith
Cabolr State ml rid


Parka Wins.


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Red Hickey
DALLAS (AP) Coac To
Landy tU Dal Cowboys
oftheNatidul Fatod Lea
annued Sardy aHord
(Red) Mkey beo hired to
coach the Cowboys i the
-pa pmn.


S O7 Hichey I a re. hbead
each S the San Fiaco

s Record "ftmrmf
heated imch iemen in o
football drd with their shot-
Wsyr mw WW a arurt 29 mtyear.H we MiNU il dem a spread attak
a last yar, thite ~tht a tbed a wu lpm pwe
moaey 14 tis s. iatd
fSrW flht*whiftao Ifhy a m the Sea
tOl pte but PL aM a uy Irmla 1 Iroo he irsf t "ive
teok otr -a was mM r he o & enoa M fb
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FIM wa li- bMawO.
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terin he dreh and dm
wa biter* pad to tke i
AL.
, Alter the fit five came Wld
, EnaiM Carr, Irish
Deity, 'agM, Suqiia,
rialy Pit, W I ,
ad Chfralemn


Vol, UCLA
Set Series


IOXVIM Te. (P) -
Tunas and UCLA m*acd
ljoiny SaItwy a t am
footal aries el.oohg b Mi.
The first gp wp n bephed
aManpt Dec. 4, SM. Lh
qamt pm wil bed, at A-
dte IpL, 7, s.=Iad b M
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Hayes Jones Win6 50th,

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Best Seat in The House


That's what Dinle Coutright, Columbu beauty who wean the title "Mis
Catal Oho," appears to be cc ag as a flynlg field of cars race roa m
Dayton ltmaie l Spedway. s o WIta j at Ohio State U Q
erity, wl sey as Que of AutomilAe R ao Club of America's 2W
mile ate d teeok ar rau at Daytonu em Sday, Feb. 9. The race ;
sere as the m Wemtoa racig P rSn sa's det at the Speedway, asit:
M of te fatre of the amu tSe Wetr w"hiS ciets on Feb. 23 wvS
the rmai of the dasle Dbtams t


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PAI SPR Calif. (AP)
-Vera Bi Cer Jr. ad
yomg C Corney-wo is
playig oly is fourth pro
emudnal mtoum-foged
to a two-way tie Saturday in the
arth rnd of the mmaathob
bole UW Pahn Sirinp Golf
Cassic.
Caper a former Naioal
Open chmpin, and the 1.
year-oM Courtoy, n eaxcoge
mater tar, p ito the final
1 holm Sunday with a two
Stroke a from Sm
Diego C aA.
Caper, yI the Belaod
Dm Country ub come, o
of four employed for the nit
for rads, had a tw-mder-
par lt ad aperstly had ta.k
a poheaoM a of the top
Abptly the word from
te IW l Wdb a e that
the alded Courtney had
backed out a fiwader-pr
to tie Cape wh a UHol
.uecia


fie for Lead
-a


Im Springs

Te deadock was the farth Wednesday, trimend d1o a
straight day that ate resulted for 20
Charlie or, who had
shard the lead the three pre- Also on hand for the al
viou rounds, ad Brish Open und will be National mP
champion Bob Charles of New champion Julius Bores, who-ad
Zealand, the o IeaLer with a 71 for 2.
Charlie starting out Saturday -
morng, l bck with a pair Sifford, the former Natioal


of 7s and a total core of 281.
Tied with Siord ad Charles
was Randy Glow, -year-old
newcomer from Florence, S. C.,
who had a 71.
Tied at 212 were Jimmy De-
maret, with a 72; Dave Marr,
with a It and Australia's Brce
Devils, with a 70.
The pretournmet favorites,
defending champion Jack Nick-
laus and Arnold Palmer, re-
mained in the field, which was
trimmed dmn to the low
scorers, but trail the leader
Nicklda had a 72 for a and
Palmer, who alm t blew him-
self out of the d rtwithaX


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Friday Cage Results


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Negro Open champion, hel-a
lender one-stroke lead ar
nine holes, playing the ra
feared Eldorado course. But Sif-
ford, on the 10th hole, took a
double-bogie 6 as he hit into a
trap and three-putted the green,
He finished with 35-3 for his 73.
Par for each of the courses is
3K-72.
The 41-yearold Sifford tas
tied by Tommy Jacobs in the


first round,
the second
the third.


by Doug Sandersie
and by Charles i


U.S. Horses

Eye Harness

Race Victory
PARIS (AP)-American trot
tng stars, Porterhouse, Elais,
Rodney and Duke Rodney, wil
be out for revenge Sunday it
the 50,000 Prix De Fran
over about IV miles at the Vin
canes track.
The Yankee aces were badl4
beaten last Sunday In the ir f
try for glory on a French track
They finished well back in tbl
(M000 Prix d'Ameurque, whict
was won by N e Hanover. :-


Odra ColeIaon&ISA Newoa r mt
arn d1". Nike Hanover m 't
I Sunmday but the Ameran-
rs U.M troer is about the only Om
0 a CM aI L Os frnm the Prix d'Amerique field
N 4 MI I 4in 6 that won't be o hand. .
-a *I.a na ALu- 0
s8I as 1a On the bais of last wek'i
in. a A nY race, Elaine Rodey i r
rr. a m cr cal- thea best of the Americans bf
ftuua a c hadicappers. The 1-
a..Om a U lac old marewned by S. L. ant
i;m -SMAC#IV Stables Egtsville, N. Y,
MThi a dg wau rit up with the leaid
INa i-r L -i et&h.


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Hadicappers give Miii
Roce a blood cnce as
dbiane wDl be sAter.
Petem m d Dke fRed
My ham read mNt
tim in prefn ac edb
Nim H., scud pace fin
iher l Suday, proba wd
be te favo e Ia ith nS
fil.


Unbeaten FSU Swims

Past East Carolina


oIVU, LCM, a PAMe, DII a
mmtowtest br 1, I .
Sw tm f a, MFderid, UB 1K-
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edho mf *W t aftreySk. 13. Itn
k~ssIs pd Mr arpi|KOC. 1, Abbott, IW. I, Sebs
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T igaBl. will wvA emee.
I~ di a mk ir Ave .
wkorasd n a Mm. "We'l work aone a
dbT, an satrdays.sed bth waip a sr"
be l Grt ad GoM says. '"nth we' lece hetobh
Gmew k hiu aR il, er to ufe a two ir lm t
miAi wat Sfri ab sy It adepon thle
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Show Booming Profi6 Rose


kcn as uaMb
wok a mo masr o -*
epsad NW b..a. eI

It speese" wae hard ary t-
casioelly.

at ras m d- M .
Secretary of the Tare y
Dola DAna w ptardtrob
ptidk about the ouook.
"We eight to be able to moe
ahea ead e y tueugh bthi year
and hae ae of the bet yos
we have had, ad that eh to
cate tao d yar," he
Mid
"It lok Ike we w rl ive
ree or for year of improve-
ant, which is the best we have
had in pecetiae-ue."
His forecast was coa
o paWe of the $tpUUil
tua-ct bi wIek my be a
acted by Coigi next week.
The proit parade wasled by
General otorn Corp., the
wors biget uifacuer,
whch tl IN had e highest
earif ad ales of any cor
oralon i history.
The No. 1 niomahr eare
SUtUM or Oila har,
a hie of $1U billion. Lhe
pe*ou tored was $12 Mioo
by Amarica TeliphMa f h ue.
graph C. to th year added last
Nov. a


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swm uuus1 2S 441.14 a


AbD e b malrbe t B m s.a *asb teW4 1 per ent
Ui have M ted igr w a r Nmir.
wap r JIL te aT b ald t to Wb
a ma pd yer ter ef It 0 toak Uo to
b a w 0"b hay i t m in L e ma
dear, VU. lidCorN. eOd ha b act (i.
IIHUllAir 02a assm, PreSt Jibes adi CO.
pl 11,t O1NMa, or WI* a aI s pe l O for
hare, o Ia B nemer, u l ised bi to
al Roger hamk d te pw-M double pay or erte
ealap dat plin tbleswA a raa of widlu epiy-
saNllKry. aet prtalties.
1er1nm, J &A la. II idea uwsto nearemlo.
I, NaNO4al 1 A ,ery to qra d Splymet,
Yoiuaw Set & Tabs ad rathr tha pay rwtie for
Pltarigh Seel ar me b wort A pear sakmao
wi hiavoa-ee srep e Prerdiat a.o albeoitlld
Standard 00 C. (New Jto Core a daft of ka-
may) eatered for e first te tion A Icase nrthie ad
the seet die of empnil unma uae prtecdon for
weh pioat od l Own aore more tim to m ieeworker.I
hae oopmy earned WM Nbie tool ordeo a key
or $ a ire, p fram ecomc baete, purnd
,MII or# stU ie, l 13 to mIMIt up 0 per
Mm cut hrom .'lbe total w
Thea costdingtookl aB-theighestaobe Ie .
-al isp luWr I Dnber. Alamobie pedoelon durig
It wuas ye thid tM t the week wa aaled at
t yean that ib emaer lM.cars, down rn 11%,471
Sric l had ria in De the previm waek ht up fra
ber. Another adyce wa regis-
T Labor DeparMtit ai 151,172 a yer ago.
hider vegetable ad gtr e byrted MprodCowhich
ple wee matly repemeie ru to a W tonh oa
for poitSe aee-al D Ba u 2,t.ime prai wewt I


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- Tom Deob.
As of today, he's a mocd
aMe n te Doim Acy, 4
N. ain SL
He's spelridgal in real

Paish es frm the eM.
eat sti operating lie of rdl
state d I the ety.
His faer d gather b
ga itbe beut hret i 11.
K a Oeted ft lb I SI
he was grated fran the Ui.
erity of lfor. is mbthe
M. johid It a r latr.
Ow the years the famly d.
vehped sVch areas P"edM ,
West ils, Gof View, Hi.I
laadi and HigManods H gMfI
Man Maor and Forut Park.
JaIBlKK itidu fhme
the builhl became of failht
bwk
He's worked part time for te
lat two year hener.
Now in the Dobain agecy
hell be ieck oaafl-thoe
miedd Alnoigh he's qeal
Wi ag real estate, wI in
dae m inhbarns ce s
He's a S*yrolU Gabmile
Dath, a ber d the Ahrl.
ca region, te Bat ch
the Galarte o Ceo al
try Club, te Udvaery ad
GalesilBe Golf and Coam-
y Ob, anthe Uniaty oand
Gainewi le Hgh quarterback
clim ad the Gatosive Board
of Reallor.


'63 Sales


Increase

R Bhln Nm& Amt-
*Wr Y fn tm

fts iw d a it where
Sconetr: reuned emings.
The report are impnrele and

rfdit ane at reerd high
r a Ibt of camaies,
y a d Nu. Not rlect
cat jta aat mmtio
Pn bic part.
wa renring or h in
Nter is tat Im=ay

it. uascutbs my afy ai
pect tine t tocoathef a
wie. e prfit bea rine
aer r S t e early


Neord t lft y -
oMd emft: d-1, i, ral-
IN& bh ii nard
-n as oMh n taI
MWrt -tfa Ii n ---
of the elnbed to scord
*T fnod owf a I te-
is *t srt. '
early ri of am
ps Sad % of aMy wit


how fmt of was e bst
Syt r u nl toW
hei tN atM a1
qwwi t as me
AMr n ILr


ml *Tak fl
011U agle l

bfr b apdwtsoig
ook Mi rati NVt. x


adI


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Couty Property Sole


JmS iIj lbe. I to .
okr Wdolese ad Df M
Wait, am.

Wlt, a UStI I te Ksa
AdUm. WXa
w m Alq Ht. 3 C
hde ad ifa Jean Dli'
fardanpiriir 8.ta Mers.
*h b p 4dla, iRme, etS,
1 J.Bo t bJoeL NeI
aikta lffprty ii
ad Mig 16% Popl b
SN %, 8 REP
Gm Sl bad e, Dener
W. s y ad iry G. ay,
let 1u aof Hied oat Moa-
or, Unia No. $13
MarlbeG.MilbItoteFlo-
rilt ed, Wrh., It I ,
mmck I Wahgdta adi-
Miui of Goodke's Sdirina
d Gaikesvile, Os.
Iram S. Joitn ad EisR
N. John to Charie Wdim
Ai anmdPmaope AB A
seo, Lots 2 ad 2. Bleok I
of fbm Park Sambd,
Ear Hardee and Grace C.
Hadee to Edward IL Garett
and Irene B. Grrett, lt I of
Brywood SOWbdio, ,73
Hard H. Roes ad Cono
stance D. Rom to lUis Joes,
LSt W. Parkt Sbhiia,
*.


M f all te C.
ImBeto3i 3. Gm1
ad hi. Alent Mt G h
Ar laXL d amI, a

l4 miSUnd L am


e. inmc. -, PM aUef
aid kmLA a W kI oa a.
x iliyfa oa an I



Mri G. MIir Ii M
M Tilelttllfck 1 L

V We B ihs Pl ,t.Mi.
-a ino "I. to DaIs
W. m. admaG. a y,
W dto I or aHl cout n.
lrbSl No.4 I P US
Panwy Si l l ward
c. Doqas k R Jeanf
Dui ato Mdi a t om
b errd and Marl RGlber
aer, a mr,. a
Lto AEco 8tat, Jr, to le
Flt ad Bearice F11 ag,
S Id bale, Ist Ad.
HaroM H. Roaseal Cdoo
aace D.B Ro to sIs Jones,
lt a Wei Park SMewism,
Wi L Seier and Myrtice B.
SelerI to Stela Oeos, poper-
ty Brown's AdMdIn to Gab
ewil, $M.
M. M. Paris d Mary B.
Prh to rfl Waaty ad!
aboe R. Wtily, l ts 3, 5,
dof bck D S a LmIawn' Fa
Brast A. Spamer, also
kl a rant A. Spener S.
to ErMit A.Sp Jr., prop-
etyM Seeutiom a, T ,a 4
soh Range It aSkuW
Abed Neater ad GHa-
4ys Newu, Is, to B. De-
r ad G Carolyn Deger,
property t e vy Grad of
Tohwtip 11, Ranpe east,


Robert R. Perry ad Brte.
ra Pry a d Iarbn Per
ry to Richard D. Pooe Jr. ad
Margaret Pooe, ot
Black Ah U, st No. 1, $3.
Sul A*1tie On C. to By.


TOM


ta L au as Mady&a ws aILi m LONad
P h b Usil liap 3a t tab.
late. I a elywa.t ih I l prty la
UfMh"141Ia*t lm. Lisd Wa t OM wad UW-
w.,paU hLIbM.*anwn., fhlti
Irt & Je d ala Smt Towabp south,
I JB.Jlste Nbhw*lra U, est,( S
dir ad IaMs a lp S Wall erISt b Inc. to Pam
Vwir, Et -7,tag Va.lV lo kt.Z of Wthilbs,
aIs t ureI h. L ry C A. Desha and ih A.

Pal I -ard Dltsel Mu. rage 3, east, N.-
i. M .qll 14 Ufa A Mt D. Noc. pnprty

prt oikelk toa Richard Lee Patteron ad
AsdffUl ahd f An Carolyn heas Pattenra to
"dum MI Spny Hdo PaW K. McD ad Sally
I Aft la McDonald, lot 13 of bby
Bcate Jor Rivers and Hgs, 3
ra Raive Staboard Air Carol Estates Corp. to Hgh
SBRakeado 1 ck Edwairds Ie. lot 93 CaroI
t,d rieallreyqd Wal ta Subdivision, tPW.
do, L ICharles T. Blackwelder ad
yri J. a. ad Am S. Fras E. Blackwelder to Tib
Ham to Florida lestrial J Company o Gaamvil
CaaoS. dthe agth half oflotIand2ofPineCreenk,#A
btk r, 1, a theor ial Ithanas R. Haan and Bety
Survey V Gainevile ad lots Haen to Leonard Wato, lot
Sla dl tb hebdivis aft d t 10, biock D of Carol Estats,
nrd habf of bloc range 1 of MlI
Gabwe, lea prt of tbe Tom Fayson and Calie Fay-
property deeded to the Stateison to Toney Quality Builders,
Raod DepeuMnnt for rigit of lae., property in Avodale lE
way, 3 .I tatse, U.
J. Perce Smith and Ar T.' J. E. Tboma ad Alice P.
Smilh to Burke D. BeMet and ns to William G. Griffis
Elinbeth 0. Benett, popertyand Minnie G. Griffis, property
in the Elio and L'gles addit- a Section 2, Township 9, south,
I ton GOaiesvi, lle 1 rag 19, east, %.000.
Clfford K. Smil and Dorothy Fletcher Builders Inc. to
L Smith to Jams L.SadnJam B. Gahan and Mararet
lot 127 ofa Hgh Edward Gahan, property in section
trial ceterM $1 2, township 10, south, range 1
S. L Sr pand Nora M. south. 25,500.


JI a


H. H. PARRISH, Realtor

(ali Elrat? Imurmr)


Announces


That since the sale of the M. M. PARRISH
AGENCY by M. M. Parrish Jr., I am no longer
associated in business with him.


DOBSON


REALTOR


INSUROR


Takes Pleasure


In Announcing


TOA- DOO


LI PARRISH


This Cebls ii pmit us give inesaod efficient
aI to a iM f. Lt r uan s ou in oall

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GoineI" fteim 1911); Ucensed Inu ew Aent
e IMS 6fli.4 -d in: SdMMion Dalopmnt...
S .rie...Heami .. PRaperty Manpanuwt,


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Names


Provisionals


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-. olmnized in the Holy Trin.
* episcopall Church, the mrr-
- M' dof Miss Sarah Wakefi
*G6.ry, daughter of Mr. and
SS L Cecil Gracy, and Wil
-- trWarren Hendricks o
"lr. and Mrs. Wleo War.
rrHendricks Jr. of Jadc o-
-- S and formerly of Gaines-
it took place yesterday at-
: ~S a t 4 o'clock.
*ie bride Isbe m amteral
goddaugter of Mrs.
g Nicklas ad sie pit -
- arpaaddaughter i e late
r- n Mrs. Luer C. Gray.
.. T brdegrooA is p
al grand of t latrMr. and
Mrs. W. W e. H kicb a
the mater l grlO od Mr.
and Mrs. J. Bu ett, Mar.
lt4, N. C.
11B Rev. ErC. Pae, reem
t. ,performed the cemony
with W. E. wMu ees Jr. ad
Jo Mi McGrifi urving u aruly.
R.
.*. David "tnr, organist,
ga ther musical p rgm.
, -White roses with acent of
Ivy were used to adorn the al
trwith sevebranch candle-
sicks holding white tape us
O either ide.
Gwven in marriage by a ri-
f the bride were a gop of
white peau de sole with the be
die embroidered In crystal
beads and pearls. Her shodder
glth veil was held place
ia crown of crystal and pear
Sboding. Her bridal bouquet, a
grty of white roe and Ivy,
wa attached to 'her prayer
Skster Is AttMad
e bride was attended by
Sriter, Miss Mary Marguer-
.Gracy, who served asmaid
'toMnor; Miss Cindy Cook of
Iwrness, Miss Sarah Marp.
S tDeck and Miss Peggy Ad-
SLe as bridesmaids.
wore floor-length gowns
S .-white and gold silk brocade
a* carried spray bouquets of
ttp and ivy.
-' -rank R. Bishop Jr. was
jl man and Michael Gracy,
b iher of the bride; Thonmu
Sftdrieks and John Hendricks,
bnthers of the bridegroom, Wil-
Kl H. Pierson Jr., James
Felber, and Capt. John H. El-
ot of Fort Benning, Columbus,
Ga., were ushers.
For her daughter's wedding
he bride's mother wore an Im-
perial blue stin gown with
matching accessories and had
a gardenia corsage.
The bridegroom's mother
wore a qua' brocade gown


AM w e hI Im4

SMrhi s m

I Ma iaAra Mr
YIN


I


Imoms and stock were med s
decorate ion in the giving ea
where te receiving i n od.
The bride's book t plee
o a table detered by atall,
sd r eperge holding whi
camelliand ivy.
Gold and white apitments
were emphasized i the appoelt-
menat of the serving table,
which were covered with whie
satin cloths. White camdlu
and vy were used to adorn
coffee and punch tableeent
with river candelabra, while
the wedding cake centered te
round bride's table.
Mrs. Wilmon Newel and Mrs
John S. Neel, Fort Stewa,
Ga., presided at the silver co-
fee service and Mrs. Earl Deik
and Mr. Otto KIalh pourVd,
Mrs. A. A. Murphree, Mrs.
John A. Murphree and Mn.
William B. Watson Jr., served
cake,


ed Melbourne; Mr. ad Mrs.
M. Good, Jacksoville; Col.
Mr. Jo &. Neel, Fort
Start Ga., Mr. and Mr. J.
Siry Gracy, St. Peerarg;
Mr. ad Mrs. Wila Gracy,
Dunmlen; Mr. and Mrs Otto
Kal, ad S Joan,J High
fris; Mr. d Mr. L K
Edwards Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L.
K, Edward sI ad Miss Sarah
Ja Edwards, all of Irvine
and Mr. and M. W. W. Hood,
Camp Bludin.
Fdba a s hgort wedding
trip the Eat Coast, the new-
lywed will etablia home
In SE P t SheLt.
Parfei am,
Saturday nooa, a nich
wu given by Mrs. M. D. Cody,
Mr. and Mrs. Claree S.
Thomas, Mr. and Me. William
B. Watson Jr., who entertained
S d Goainesville Golf and
Club or the bridal
party and out of town guests.
Friday evening, the rehear-


Asudst Crteldes sal diner was given byMr.
Others assisting nl the hl.- d Mrs. L. K. Edwards u ,
talities were Mnr. S. J. Ato entertained at the horn
kings, Mrs. Lance Laumby, Mrs. of the former's parents, Mr.
M. D. Cody, Mrs. Walter and Mrs. LK. Edwards Jr. of
Belaer, Mrs. C. Addison Pound Ilne.
Sr., Mrs. Ruth Williamaoa Sin Friday afternoon, the brides.


and coat, matching acceories clair, Ms. Robet R. Bow- aids' lunchao was given by
and had a ci e i -jaip an, M ;Thomas A. Sno, Mrs. Sam ara and her daug
sweetheart rose. Mrs. Edwin Andrews, Mrs. Hoe. ter, Mrs. David Crin, who en
Recepton Follws ard Bishop and Mrs. Rb- tertalned at the Gaineville
Following the ceremony, theland Ward. lf and Country Club.
bride's parents entertain- The bride's book was kept y Pink camellias formed the
ed with a reception at their Mrs. L K. Edwards III, sister cterpiece for the luncheon ta-
home. of the bridegroom; Miss A and camellias marked the
Mrs. Clarence S. Thomas, Deck, Mis Della Adkins, M paces for the following guests:
Mrs. Sam Ham and Mrs. Da Susan McMullen, Miss Susao- The honoree, her mother,
vid Cofrin grated guests at Garcia, Mi Peggy Cr Mrs. Gracy; her grandmother,
the door and Mrs. Walter E. va and Miss Je MurpIMrs. Ncklas; :and her godmo-
Murphre presented guests to re. others, Mrs. William B. Watson
the receiving line. Among the out of town guess Jr. and Mrs. A. A. Murphree;
Music during the evening was attending the wedding were and Mrs. S. J..Adk Mrs. M.
provided by a small ensemble. and Mrs. Rainey Cawthan D. Cody, Mrs. Walter Belher,
Two marble pedestal urns fill- Tallahasee; Mrs. Colte Hill (Mrs. Clarne lomuas, and the
ed with white chrysant ha Orlando; M V. M. Humphl.bridal attendasa.



Shell Travel Coi ultnt



Speaks Here Wdnesday
i, m ,


Ui Carol Lane, Travel Di
rector for the Shell Oil C om-
pay, will present a program
entitled, "Tour Alluring U.SA."
for the American Home Divis-
ion of the Gainesville Woman's
Club WaaIday meeting at
9:3 am. at the clubhouse,
West Unlerity Avenue.
Al members o the Gabine
villa Jusr Woma's Club have
bea ved for the morning
affair.


I cher, Mn. James D. Gam-
f ae.
,Alo Mrs. Samuel GaskLi
Jr Mrs. owdore George,
M RichW E. G their, Mn.
i R. uI, Ms. RIb.


Mr. W. B. PaMi Jr., am
erb Stvae, Mrs.. Wiston L
Summerlli, Mn. WI-
ire Wat WM. Ernsta
ripw d M L. G. E


Provisional Ball



Honors Nine
Nms of a new rovision- an's Club University Wom's
al were amned last nigt Ob Meadl Guild and Me-
at be Jior Welfare League'sal Auiliary.
anl Provial Ba, which mH
took Sde at the Gaesville M IICUN


lfad Country Club.
The new members, who have
a- started their -raMI
are:
Mrs. Andrew Arr Jr., Mrs.
Fred B Bullard Jr, Mr Rob.
ert M. Comn, Mrs. Lmmar
Creviam, Ms. RaMy Hoea,
Mrs. WK. Hwler Jr., Mrs.
Jobs Jma, Mr. 1I1mI
H. Jon Jr., ad Mn. Walter
PToert.
Ther pabrov u, uad the
ledup dof Mrs. J. .Henry
Jr., provional r and
her lUant, Mrs. B rt d T.
Smt, wi undergo aeda-
on pgram with emphasis
placed o the study of te com-
Munity.
Provisional members have a
meeting every other week or
field trip plus required alter
ance at regular monthly meet
igsconsistingof the entire
membership. Oce the training
program completed and they
are active members the proviso.


ioals do their first year of vol
hunter work at the Thrift Shop
or the Pediatric Clinc.
MRS. ARRAS
Mrs. Arras, formerly Patri
a Anne Earney of Jacksn
ville, and her husband, Andrew,
who is the sales repreptaltve
for Buoughs Corporatio live
at M SW First Avenue, with
their three children And, 6,
Lusane, ,3 and Sally, 2.
She attended Florida State
University for two years. A ma-
ident of G a I n e ville for three
years, Mrs. Arras is a member
of the Episcopal Church ad the
Junior oman's Clu
MRS. BULLARD


Formerly Dorothy Pace of
Jacksonville, Mr. Bullard has
readed in the city for the past
seven years. She and her hu-
bend, Fred, who is president of
Wood Products Company, live
at 134 NW lnd Terrace. The
family tludes four children -
Beth, 9, Barry 7, Bill 2% and
Krisoe, 1.
Mrs. Bullard attended Flori
da State University n Talla
hassee. She isa active mem
ber t heAlachua General
Hospital Auxiliary.
MRS. COLEMAN
Mrn Co ema a1 d her u
band, Bob, i district manar
of Southern Bell Telephone Com.
pony, live at I NW th Drive
with their two daughters, Sar
ah, and Cathrine 1, She re
ceived her education at the Un.
diversity of Kentucky, where she
became a member of Delta Del*
ta Delta.
Th new prdonal was Ca.
roline Hill Prmtomurg, Ky.
She has lived Ia Gainevill for


six yea and t active t the
St. Michael's Episcopal Mis
sln and he Junior Woman's
Club.
MRS. CREVASSE
Mrs. Crws, formerly Ca.
rol Lynn Autn of aanoo.
gp, Ten. is the wife Lamar,
a cardiologist at the University
P tcal Cuter ad motherof
three chfldra, mar, Au
tin 7, and Candle The lm.
ly reside at NW 1 t
Road. Sreeivhod her AB de-
gre from Duke Univernty,
whe n ibe a ember of
Delta Dta elta.
A city reddt fo five years,
Mrs. Creva is a member of
the Prhbyian urch, Con
ty Heart Council, Junior Wen-
"Pum/ss TIust A ,Iy
TToleWll r

WALKER

S Mi t e i. ea M
we so..mN li WaII


A graduate of Lawrenc Col-
leg in Appleton, Wisconsin,
Mrs. Hoehn and her husband,
faw, a repreb tati
for A. J. Nystrom and Compa-
ny, and two children Scott,,
ad racy, hve at U NW
3kth DIn,
Mrs. Boeba, formerly Barba-
ra Eck d Park Rid, Ill.,
has rsdW in Gamvile for
Itre yeas. She i a member of
the Firs Pnrebtian Church
and the Kappa Alpha Theta
Abmnae Club.
M. HaUN
Mrs Hunter ad her husband,
B, an architect who is asso-
cated with thbe firm of Moore
ad May, d dauter M
chele, 3, live in Micanopy. She
attended th University of Flor-
ida where he was a member
Iof Kappa Delta sorority. A na-
tiveo Jac lle, se is the
former Lacy Laee olmnr, She
ha been an area dent for


two years.
Mrs. Hunter belongs to the
sbyterian Church, and the
Kappa Delta House Corpora-
tin and serve on the advisory
board
MIS. JAMES
Mrs. James, the former Sue
Bolde of Walhalla, S. C., and
her hIbad, John, assistant
professor of management in
he UP Colle of Busines Ad.
mintration, have three chil-
dren; Jnnfer, 9, Johnny, 6,
and Suzare 3. They live at 00e
NW MtSt She received her
AB degree In psychology from
Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga.
A sident for two and a half
yean, Mrs. James is a member
of the University Methodist
Church, University Women's
Club, and the Business Admin-
trtlon Wives Club.
MRS. JONES
A resident for fifteen years-
Mnrs. Jooes Is the former Bar-
barn Tuttle of Worcester, Mas.,
and West Palm Beach. She at.
tended hi) school and junior
college in Palm Beach.
Mrs. Joes and her husband,
Bil, who is assistant sperin-
tendent of field operations for
the UF Agriculture Expeiment
station, have three children;
Debbie, 11, Bre 9, and Dar-
rel, A Their bome address
30 NE 7th Terrace.
She is a Girl Scout Leader
and a member of th Fint
Methodist Churcb.
MRS. PROBERT
The mother of two sons, Rich-
ard, 6%,and Jimmy, 1%, Mrs.
Probert has lived in Gainesville
three ad on f yean.
A native of Portland, Ore.,
a m the former Barbara


Stvenon. She received her
B.A. Degree from the Unlver-
sity of Ore whe she was
a memer of pp Alpha Tha
sorority. Mrs. Probertis a mm-
her of the First Presbyterian
Church, University Women's
Club, Rose Circle of the Garde
Club, ad sponsor for the UF
Law Dames. -




CM


AlphoChis Will Meet
ha Q Omega Alumnae Avenue. speak
aa ata will meet Mondy Cohosteses will be Mrs. D. book
L. Thornton and Mrs. C. I.
at I pm. at the home of Mrn. oore. All
Robert E. Carson, 707 NW llth Dr. Edmond S. Holder, guest are


ker, will review a current

new alumnae members
invited to attend.


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teacher's day. A pleasant surprise to the girl at the next desk.
A new beginning to a neglected friendship. A hearty laugh
for the nephew in the service. A thank-you to the favorite
aunt who forgets your age, but always members your
birthday. A child's labor of love. A kiss wrapped in lace. A
big hill for the little miss next door or the young cowboy
don the street Yes, a Hallmark Valentine is more than
a Valentine. It is affection, beauty, friendship, fun,
thoughtfulness itself-in a envelope.


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1302 N. MAIN STREET


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qrb dpld a vacation by car
mar maku t raveig with -
drima str.
Sal win Fment nove
"Oatna -ltn= la-
end "eetal," and dImo
sta hw to pack a two week I L

M Vil e each yoau r T. CoraT YWe raWes
ing ard t sting Ideas fr fy Mrs Earl C.
Py taveL Her for rA e a 1W
SahrtI aA to MinAd W
ban bea widely accepted by
the ma public
he has written autla ad
boloa her travels ad n
a uMVat ua ndio &ad

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tbra IS.W. I hL h
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Woman of the Yekr Named


M. Alm B tha, right
"W man of the Year" by t
service deha, received a s
Schafer,. t, i recom gtiof
Thursday ew le dmriwt


Anne Pur


At Lun


Homrig Miss Ame Purvi
who marriage to Bile Nue-
ent Nimnicbt Jr. of Jacbon-
ville will be an April event, a
priptial uncheb was given
by Mrs. Jack WUlim ad her
daughter, Miss Nancy Dee Wi-
lams, who entertained at the
Gainesville Golf ad Country
Club.
The bridetoe was presented


BYEMTIru enl
Mrs Alma Beth wa miad
"lM Wman of the Yar" ast
igt by six ma' es-
aa Mv e c d .of Gaine

Annonumerat the award
was ma at the amal Woman
of the Year Banqoet by
Jk Abira, Buine ad Prf.
aion Womi, IMaee Wo-
mn, Pilot, Secrea, and
roimi Cubs. One hmed
m;bern and uit attded
the affr held at the Gabhl
vie Woman's Club.
Mrs. Bbete a carter mn
ber of the newlyoed Sorop
intt Cub -ad cond vice
pri dtoe 3f BPW Cob was
= boia a yapaud emwho
hade their lath oml nd l
aons submtted by memben
d the ib ctul.
@ I
A lt system covering m
ty -viecharae and
ba~ty w usad in derl
mining the reipient o this


, who was cheen 1964
he si Gaiesvile women's


Servi Aetiviies


Ier tray from Mr. Lottie The 1M Woman of the Year
a of the hoofr conferred :a promoted the drive to get
he an al banquet. omen to register for jury duty
in Alachua County. She present.
ly holds the position as Alachua
*ount ri iPViso Regisora
v lot on addition to the out-
vis Feted g leadership Mrs. Bethea
s given in her community,
county, and state, she considers
'er husband and home as "the
Icheon
greatest interest in her lie.",
SPresentation of the award wasI
made by Mrs Lttie Schafer,
h bridegroomelect, md Woman of the Year. Other
grandmother, Mrs. H J. Women of the Year present
Brown, also of Jacksonville Mrs. Fred Heath and Mrs.
Mrs. Marcus Connt, Mrs. Da: JH s Mier.
re J. Mie, William Wade FPnleyCanno Jr. wasMater
Hampton III, Mrs. E. Covington 0 Cenmoies.
Jonston, Mrs. Fred T. Laugbh Willinm & Bil" Chandler,
a, Mrs. Cifford Beasley. ii ..i ., ...


Also Miss Anne .ant Ma
Marcia Mase, Miss Dot Hamp-
tm. Uia TaMi J ltM. M. d


S .AU j, -- p g = SeR-
Sfor the evening. In his talk
(ua "Freedo," he rminded all
Auncans to ve, respect, and
d this most p ious c
cept that everyone in this con.
by enjoy.
Dr. and Mrs. Dbert Sterre
presented a group d vocal num
ber as the musical program.
Hostess cbs for t evening
were Altrua, Soroptist, In-
suranceWoen and Secretaries.


lr Colege
udent at
Wedding
ounced.


University Forida.
Mr. SmNi was graduated
from Gaisle High Scool,
whee he was a mmber d the
bad, Wheel Cub, G-Cub, and
otll and track teams. He
attended Ctral Florida Jun


ad Is prasently a
the University of
plan wi be an


SSsyf, Pekuwy2,1%4


Goldstrop

Edmondson
WALDO Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Goldstrap of Waldo
announce the engagement of
their daughter, ara
Lewelyn Goldstrp, to be
Harvy Edmonds so of Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson d
Starke.
Miss Goldstrap attended
Gainesville High SchooL
Mr. Edmondsowas graduat-
ed from Riverside Military Aca-
demy, Gainesvile, Ga. He is
presently employed by Krar-
fatt General Precision Co.,
Black Mountain, N. C.
Wedding plans will be a
nounced.


Tillis-Stevens


Mr. ad Mrs. rice Tapiel March I wedding, at 3 p. m.,
Tlk amM tmm enge.atl CeL tary Methodist
mat d apd achig marri- u
ae f their dgher, Miss Ah friends drelativesare
Mar Th, to Edgar Win- invited to attend.
st Stevens, on of Mrs. Iva
Steves Moes, Jaknvile,
and Fel St. Clair Stevens,
U. & Army.

from Gainesville High SchooL
Sbe is mp ed by W. t
Grat Co.
Hera finewe a pa du
from Giaesvi Sehod
and pntly employed by
Towms Ditributig Co., Jack-
Plan have bee made for a


Cooke-Smith


TAMPA Major (USA me Techers d America, and
Ret) Addion Start Cook ad i Arts. Sf is a student i
un Nab. 4 '.. m,.. the College d Education at the
Msr. Cooke of Taw mm aagon


the egagemet o their dugh-
ter, Miss Constance O'Nde
Cooke, to John Henry Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cell
Ralph Smith S., of Gaines
lle.
e rlde41get was graduat-
ed from T. R. Robins Hfgh
School, Tampa, where she was
a member of the National Hon.
or Society, Hall of Fame, Sen.
ior Notables, Ro-Tens, Fut-


a pair of silver candlesticks Mi. Ne Laughon.
and an orchid corsage by the
two hostesses. Another bridal oresy plan-
Pink and white appointmentsand to compliment Min Purvis
were featured in the luncheon s a luncheon February Hos-
appointments. tosses for this pre-uptial event
Place were marked for the will be Mrs. C. Addison Pound
honoree and her mother, Mrs. Jr. a Mrs. S. A. Hussey, who
Roy Purvis; Mrs. B. N. Nim- will entertain at the' Gaies-
nicht of Jacksonville, mother of vile Golf and Country Club.


I A I I


Junior Assembly W Wah., Mr.Boffan, and Edward B. Ste brdeto-be atte th
ard Mrs RaymoWd J. a HW. -pbel, o of Mr. ad Mrs. University of Wichita, where
U Detiama o Dly. Del-
Has Plantation al. Baain UdfrtaB. theihee film henfthe
m mmaada p. T wedding w n be a Jh t avesie do inmai b lesmad-
aSons ad daughters of me- be greeted by Dr. and Mrs. d aut Mis 6ay ou ineo annnhedato, i fbel fI J. erity
hers of the Junior Assembly Winsto &ummerlin and Mr. =
were entering Frday night Mrs. Earl Scarbrough.
with a "Plantation Ball" at The clubhouse walls were dec-
the Gainesville Woman's Club orated with trellises covered by
house. Mu. ic for this formal oc- ivy and roses. Camellia trees -
cas was furnished by theand flowing trees and plants
Coatnineta adsr the stae 1 ..w.ith
White wrought-aron fur an c ah y, fence, and hang-
hre and pahs on the club birdcages
ho porch ve a bhit d the Apink antque satin cloth
"Plantation" them. The ball- red the rfresinaent tabe
rrom of the clubhouse was dec. with silver ca lders old-
orated to simulate a plantation pink adl ad pik cam
garden with shades of pink eia forming the decoration.
from pale to shocking accent Prieswere give throughout
ed by green used in all t de e ing by cape Mr.
corationua. ad Mrs. Charles Black, Mr.
Topiary reesin shades ofMrs.Ray Graves, Dr.ad Mrs.
pink flanked the trane. and David Fllr, Mr. and
Gust etered the cluboe Alle Y. Delay, and Mr.
rugh a flowardecked arbor ad Mrs. Jasper Joiner.

Gocek-Shepard
TOengagement of Miss So.Higb Springs Prbyterian
pha Ann Gocek. dauter of)tCh re2


., All friends and relatives
Mrs. Frank Gek, and theinvited to attend.


late Mr. Gocek, to William E.
Shepard, s of Mr. and Mrs.
Cakod Uit of Hgh Sprians,
i amouace today by the
brielle's mother.
m coue wil be married
a Ita day at 7:3 p.m. at



Brides'

Book


TIUM AT, Fenruy


SupperClub

Names New

Officers
'Terp lB ui Sapp.er
Cato Gah.ilheheld el-
Stoo is following a reem

Newy elected officers are Jo
sh S. ICad, president
Mrs. COrno Canel, trear.
er; WRnlam aad. social'
chairman Char C, po
limity hahU, Mi Lynn
lrS, acuvmi


remain Evenin Sacr
Weddis4 Mia Sa a A ub a i a sial pn m
Ge, dangh of Ms. Fr wy TheaOy meOWg a lt
pNSb bisht Cuon,
oeek md t late Mr. Got ISr aimnt Afmue.
ad WIB m. Shead, a o T Chib mul vui vm a.
Mr. ad Crawld ULisa aSi the we
llrAll slg r:ma 4
l Hig Spm, 7:p.au, ant hit
d 10 Surba 72UP.a7% AM&


mHg Springs


h-if'


UTtAIAY, I r 8I
Ltmdh bitrg Miw Am
Parti, tan e m of Ba
St Nbki.t of JeJkw
W itS p.- Mm. C. Ad.


Qs1' th'


AlachuaCo.


Diabetic Society
Dr. Jf Adom wM ppm
St pr+h lm itog, 'Th
lto wet th Alo w .rt ,
wmisy at 7:M at BteI
Fi M Hat I a ii.e
ia- WeisS in M'S
aqm^lW*-


- G ob s oS


Mr. and Mrs. Clayton J. Min- and Cooperative Business Edu.
ior amnoc the aenggemet of cation clubs. She is employed
their daughter,Miss Sandra Lee by Seaboard Finance.
Cr t, Watn Scott, so Mr. Scott attended Gaines.
of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam v gh School, wherehe wa
uOci a u n Ixr th a ruusrr r n'-


Mm Craft was graduated
fom Gainesvile High School
where she was a member of
Cvinettes, Future Secretaries,


a meumbr of Ut ruuuc Farm-
ers of America. He is employed
by Perry McGriff Co.
Plans have been made for a
June wedding.


MR. AND MRS. JAMES DANIELS SALTER are pictured above as they re-
ceive transportation tickets for a free Nassau Honeymoon from George Sande.
fer, owner of Rutherfords. Mrs. Salter is the former Lee Ann Black of Gaines-
ville. They are the fourteenth couple to win the Rutherford Honeymoon Award.


The Salters


Sail For

Nassau


As Guests Of

Rutherfords


Jewelers


Mis L4 Anm lck ad Mr.
ames Dals Saler, whs
edding took plan a Deem
ber 2, last year, are the
urteenth ucky couple to re-
eie a all-expese -paid
honeymoon in Nassau from
herford Jewelers.
Na Black, the da ter of
Mr. ad Mrs. Kenneth L Bla
of 44 N.W. 14th Stree s a
gralate of Breau Girls Col-
leg at Gainesville, Ga. The
oem is the sn of Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Siter Pe
mba, a graduate o i the U
vlity f Florid a m ape
D{atormy.
After returning from their
hoeymoo at Nassau, the
voog ouple wil make thel
bme at 11 N.W. 4N d Ave.
Ti free, weeklong trip te
"rom c... ha fo NIa' u
Sthe Bamm" is the four
tath in a mi of qyrtmt
mwarbl c ed to couple
Af ma by uBthkfords
Vte ay hoMweba trim
warded to cople p imde
d trip trapoartash vi
Mady A line, on a giaot
aghe Sapter im paD
acInmmonat in Naau a
thdehIm worm famous Roya
Victoria Ho tel which has ro
man be aopic ad, im
bag poal, bea pir ter
daing, ramdt meals, a
anoy other ures ad a om
ptete sic pemmD i

the dtaap ad Drea
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. Sum SO sday, ausW y t, 19


Annual Heart Fund Dance Counil


Members of Beta Sim Pi Srority are making ga Valete deeratims
for the amual Heat Fu Dame. Pietand frn left to right r Mr. Robrt
Whiteheme, Mnr. Rbert Yous, M Roberta Pkert, M. HaroM Saith and
Miss Katheriae B las. The dance, somored B ta Sigma Phi and the
Mooae Ldge, i stedl f Satirday, February 1 at the Moose LIe. Dace
muic ll be p rvil by the MAtrnau iand ial sarWiate m wil be pre-
ra b te r Seo d eby lCe. A JpreeAy. A I bme ilb t therK art Fnd.



HitherAndYon


ByuI=mwm


Hbatenma Is tops n anter
DB make it a "Kiwma Hooe
agae.k
Som 0 GalivileK I imbi
ng dap d and laughed
wh the ammmal LdM Hig
pled at the adent Saice
f it of d the Jisa d
houng P Pa Prdt Rd n Job I
Fodowilg the "Gimsve Sba"
Meinney, umbn md tOir
M C. "-ah" Jrda, who ja
same terrific job fr he U We
Aropriate hbsi by thebid
Don M Jrb the cp w
Dab; solo by Doa Hart who
'wal boe pr. Bt the at
Den impersonating Fred COrn
Words for the atngs we
written by Don Morrism
Jr. The "Gas Uters," ad
the Eight Kilowatts" singing
group ro GiHS under Ca-
therine Murphee's direction,
kept the Hoota hoo i.
Cecil Matthews again % we ,
ed camellias from a
to the ladies ad those left
over were taken to the Medical
Center for patients there to
enjoy the day after.


tail.adnt #
tIaum" aId thIt'i om
b nC d U, 4i nud


. he rtmed hme
says .""


* *


I


Officers

Instlled


ilel or I6 were hitWl
ad p t. M IIwail
AtgI CIgtI o I fl bf
Hane Dukith Clubs
m- r in habi.
ba "cdnlaof b ab
New bkm8 IiBi d mwr:
Mrs. 1 MO He H
Spr, peMU Mrt O. 0. A.
pm t Mr. Jack lille,
P tee, ~cnd vis. p
Sidt Mr. J. L& hw
Lftke oI lntry U .
ate: Ms. C. M. Be-lwfl,
alo, trauur, and Mrs. C.
M. Spp o Rex, asist-
nt cetarydelegate.
The meeting was ped by
Mrs. Ear Bryan, South A&ch-
ua, first vice president Mrs.
James Price and Mrs. James
Wan. of Micany were
in chrge d the mune.


CMrM A piyhN
Mrs. McCheney app
the following Coucil Ch
for the year:


mted
irma


Mrs. J. E Frowick, bazaar;
Mrs. 0. E. Fraier, Forest
Grove, Co Chairman: Mrs.
Ralph Emerson, Spring Grove,
citizenship and civil defense:
Mrs. Jack Beil, clothing and
textiles; Mrs. Keneth Durr-
ance, Mimapy, Co Chair-
man: Mrs. Earl Bryan, family
life: Mrs. Victor Sarine, For.
est Grove food conservation
and product Mrs. ewey An-


!Golden Anniversary'

I I


Calendar


ard Bras. pianist. :15 p m,
University Audicotum.


Wesley Community Metho-
dist Church, WSCS, Executi\e
Srommittee Meeting, 7:30 p.m.:
IO f s General Meeting,. p.m.. at te
Church.
A,Y Febmy I University Lutheran Church
W rth Ymot hOrg &. Women. I p.m. Mrs. Maumice
SGeneral Meeig, p. m.,Prtrich. 1 NW 7th Drive.
B'a Brkth Educatio Center.
.A Kanapaha Home Demonstra-
MO AY, mU lry otio Club, 9:30 p.m, Mrs. Bar.
U rsi City C Bridge Cubbara Hodgman. SW 41st Street,
7:3 p.m., Univerity FultFletcher Heights.
Chub, West Newbery Road.
CMoWerst nubary ROad I Tuesday Evening Supper
Mothers' Amaiary of the
BOY'S ,0, 1"m.," Boy'Club, p.m., Presbyterian Stu-
y Lb pm, oy ',o dent Center, 1402 West Univei-
Glerile Brii Club. ?:M "y Avenue


pan., Recreaton Center. DOS^/To
:mGt pooR club, PastryTop
Gaineasvue Newomers Qub. S ry op
7:3 pm., City creation he pastry top of a twocrust
pIutL pie will improve its appearance
TUSDAY, Fernary 4 i it is brushed, before baking.
University Florida Depart- with cream, melted butter or
met of Musie, Concert, Wi- slightly beaten egg.


Mr. Oa Mrs. Beery Aidersa
LACROSSE Mr. and Mrs. ard, Mln.; Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Hry Andeson celebrated ton Tomlinson, Virginia Beach.
their golden wedding anniver-Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thor-
say during a open house as, Brookr; Mr. and Mrs..
given by their children Janury Carl 'omas, Gainesville; Mr.
, at the L rose Woman's a Mrs Wilon Conery, Talla
Clubhouse. 'i cabhouse was bassee; Mr. and Mrs. John
decorated with floral rrnge-Bridges Okechobee; Mr. and
ents. Mrs. Ben Caer, Mrs. Chester
... _, Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Me-


7ie punc, mcouee a km ca ie ln,
tables were covered with lace r-n J
tablecloths over gold cloths." a
An arrangement of gld chry
unthemums and silver cnde- A fam
lab hodig gold candles dec- Saturday
orated the cake table. dish I


a- t M M W person, Hague, atritn: Mrs. The hosts and hostesses were

d.I h i ga pe dI r Fae J y e tal e pJc fitness Te., Mr. and Mrs. C.M. An-
el, he d a do.. I. AlmMso -s. Ldey A r de, tlata, Ga., Mr. and
'F* tftribu byf jRa, .n o*ir m H. Roberts, Orlando
d aweeorehadd Mr.aitSmm C, kIOnm; Mr. ad Mrs. Paul
tarethoar bim d hl d r ~' m. r s a" ar.. .a40, 1Mr0City Mr. andrn
meno's b CaWay dinm l N ir y Mrs. James Miller Jr, Gain. JJ. Crts, Columbs,
te l.- .. -f teir -. w-e 't' ed ave. ltn ational; M rs. Mr.andMrs. ould-
. S in .F -/Wat .by J t A G n opital 0. A. BAgi.ter, national notes;, Ni Si; Mr. and Mrs.
SM ad Wro Ja I.T The bably I twoMrs. Jams L Price, Jr MDobilins, Titmni Jes
r Ywo ? ao 1 Jith Anne ida Jead rose, personal himrnwven; A lderon Alch.
ad a br t er, Jobi Wtr. Mrs. CaIes. WhiteRMnt. Mi Receiving the guests were
Mrs. Holloway i the foner canopy, 4-H; Mrs. J. E Wood, Mrs. L Mauldi am Mrs.
H,_. for t,. A= ..... C(arnie Bshop, daugter of the Gusvile, tant; M Aries n Talor
ury Lvter dgter, n t shopi. Tillman, safety; Mrs. L E.
arrived Jauary at lacba baby's paternal gd Brown, High Springs, hm Out of town s included
General Hospital. The baby is parents are Mrs. Lther Holo-grounds beautification and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson2
the maternalgradchild of Mrs. way Jacksonville and the Ern Cook, KanapIha, deors. Bige Ton Oke-
A. & Baward of Jackdm le, late Dr. Hollmw. ml. bee; Ira L Tommlimon B


LIi.


I you uld like the wos
to "Old Fred Coe," "Boas
John," or "City Hall Blues,"
4r51on, Shellle or Chalm
rold Stringer for a copy.
CIDLE ROLL
Ws a boy for the Bm Par
riles.
Announcements have bee
ceidtl trm Card DBermi
Parrth of Arom Ohi an
nouncing the arrial of a son,
Bernard Paul Parr, on Jan
ary 21.
Ba1 y Bernie hai tw der
sisters. His mothera L te lo
pier Carol Caoglebe. 1 tur
of Dr. and Mn J. E. Cog e-
ton of Findlay, Ohio, who for-
merly lived here.

Julia An is the lamn o.
en by Mr. and Mrs. L T.


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Walter McClelland,
M. Cook, Mrs. Bessie
ll of Douglas, Ga.
ily reuni was held
morning with a cover-
umcheon in the lub-
ning rom.


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I\


in a rut wi age


In a study ty Eugene Gilbert & Co, the newspaper
was shown to be a big influence on the living and
spending habits of teen-agers.


Doig the same tings, day
after day,. with no no new in-
terests or new thoughts add-
ed, eati the sme food, fixing
our hair the same way, using
the am cosmetics, seeing the
sae fw people, d wearing
th sam kind of clothes, will
really make us old whn we
shld be in the prime o life.
It is a strag paradox that
often just whea woman has
leisure or the money to
branch out into a new intere-
ing life: she allows the walls of
er hose to chose in on he.
Rather than expanding the hor-
os o~ her life, she lets them
and monotony re a
part of ery ob, whether it be
homemaking or a career. Ted.
ious work is the forebear of
many of our most sparkhg
songs and poems and our great
est literature. Some of the well
known and long-loved foods ae
the best, and no new Mrien
can take the place o the old
friends, However, very palate
will ofit from a new recipe
and every mind is stimulate
by a new viewpoint.
Sa Ke iKd Of Cia
Ee with changing fasho
many women et into a rut by
weainr the same kind of lot-
es ahr.
r e th you can type
yourself with the clothes ad co


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with your manner ns. A cr-compared to the new coloring
t amount of this is smart which bgs your eyes out ad
if a woman has real know-howive your skin a glo.
coming what is most flat. Don't be timid about trying
teringtoher.facertain colorne things! Cose your eyes
isespecially so she is ise toand hold your breath and
wear it often. However, there lun
may be other slades wch are f yH weaM t leaf-
eqallyo, ad which se has u t "W I d fty (YWts
shink v mI


notri ed.


We are s tto ap tget fixed
ideas about what style we
ca wear, wht we can do,
what kind of a hairdo we can
get away with and what colors
It make-up and costumes are
bet for us.
Smeth New
I thinkthat one of the mot
effective ways of shaking your-
elf out of a rut is to put your-
self in the hands of a really
clever saleslady or stylist. Of
coue she would have to be
good, not the kind who tells
you that anything you han a
loIo "just darling." A little x-
perimenting will bri you
- e happy surprise.
Contrary to a lietie belief,
you my find tht you an
war others y ou dram
ed you could wear ad that
our current hairdo is not nar-
ly o flattering as the new o
you adopt. You may discover
that the shades in make-up you
have been using make you

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Sunday, Fbary 2, 1964 Gaineville Sun 5S


Clock Regulated remaningstubbornly shut
C Ol ck RegulIG a t d until released by a clock mecha.
c -e agaiu t the cib ig ad eaMli" port the 1ia. The nicotine ensa
rette f the dlock regu dvr eommite to the sur ed soul, it is hoped, can cua
ted eigarttae ae-is udden- p general d the Public Se- down by setting the clock form in.
tervals of from 10 minutes to
ly i m ht M i New York vic red tmhou o S to retwhours.
pelaty tm. evaluating their tobacco intake.
Dl neta tiem However, there is no device
Alt not new, it was 'Then are several dffernt as yet to keep him from bun-
UNall purchased a a ga (at kinds d thesete cases ing other people's smokes
ab 1t $1), unil the "'mok but all operate the principle in the meantime.

GEIGER'S -


FINAL


CLEARANCE


OF ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE
Every piece is reduced to go ... we must make room for our new spring
fashions arriving daily. You'll find beautiful styles for Misses. Juniors, Petites
and half sizes. You'll get a better selection if you come early.


DRESSES
(In cottons, jerseys, double knit, velvet,
serucker, silk, linen and crepe. Beautiful
assortment of styles, casuals, dressy street,
cocktail and formols.

SUITS
By Dalton. Friedmont. Leley Faye and
Codiloc in double knits and woven fabrics.

SWEATERS
In cahmren and lambs wool. Skins and
sweaters dyed to match.

SPORTSWEAR
By famous makers in shirts, shorts, ber-
mudas, and slacks in cottons, wool knits
and velvet.

MILLINERY
Millinery u to 16.98-3.00
Entire fal line in felts, beaver and velvet.

ALL REDUCED TO......


PRICE


NORTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE


9'.


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Gala Benefit Ball Given in Bahamas for Hospital Ship SS Hope
6 Mm IIWas l fot Q tW and reopened ao L4 ti ould be tebn d aid that ay the r rornigIt ce. ked a If they would bethrough cutn. Idchanged into evening finery
B RI CURTIS pl frin bed i ond bl t s it m fa g for a he r booug t a $1 ticket (there lm j i erefrnm Ptaround aofilely. Mrs. Albert Van de Mae of (Mrs. McLean chose the black
fmCUR im aw* party la t Wee-l tr seni e the new L- wIs no r th d) ecod spe d ach, I ilta y, but thae An edd ly y hard dow- New York had two wig. sheath), paraded up and down
FREEPORT, Grand Bahamau-ent c in Beah fel here looked te night in his hotel as his were counts from Phiadel- a rom Pan Beach had two And Mrs. McLan. wh ose the hotel corridors (the decor is
Isand W. I, A tibe of af- he occasion was the Hopei. guest. phia, New York, Chico andt' 'oeb under her arm. :husband is the son of the late officially known as modern
fluent gypies, wearingBal, which could as easily ave; S. Ma the Canadian several partsoftheWestndis. A young jewelry designerEvalynWalsh McLean. hadtwo tropical. ordered drinks for
*si things as ice-cube sie beem held i Palm Beach. maand fancier who Two hmunded fifty peop. ey chartered plae as cas- f.. ew Yok, who wore a di- evening dresses one black each other and paid little if any
diamonds, sequin trimmed; But that's old tff. It was te hotel teugt it was wi h was all the hotel believed ually a they might taxi ead aneck under a sweat and one white attention to the showing a mo-
white mink T-shirts and foot-he there last year. And its ood idea, too. It could care for a ndlthough noon expected toher on the flight he. managed vie explaining what Project
hih hairdos, left the Unitedcbhaman, Mrs. John R. Me-i 1e maerwre te costs olpid their money and p edstay mo than a o mto get her Yorkshre terrier Oncetheyrived the guetsHopeis about.
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GOaiNhmv Sun


Jacqueline Kennedy: A Personal Profile of Grace and Dignity


IEDi( 'S NON: Mary

bhas bea uleh mk d (
Mrs. Jea F. fam ,s.
maiy. Her beek "rb il
hBeir InK dy," mwt
fem first-h. d bil-
edge ad t asemee b -
tlyerf, ml hae
WInw ised by
DeeMedays i 1i1. tr.
'haysr ameea ed Mr.
Kemendy aher tripsaerg
Lfltom rate ad Ia.
is is her warn pemel
aey d ftS adul h l
By I VAN lEpar


marvelled at he superb courage



Jacqueine Bouvier Kennedy in
He s OLande ORun hu
mard at the -s e emuse


to those who have log own
Mrs' Keenady, her bravery wse


mompltey in charter and b toi fe L al tale of a
i prq ed, for ib wu beora d Je wet wih ahrse to
tratedrigtd married l New York's CUtral
the right man. Pa Hr mother, at hm, an
Jatuelie a brought up wred the telqbne md
6be a ily t the a m bmaidw to ftd It w s the po
pbtale sbbe of the wi.m by ium tbi.
a Ieigent ad deoted ao- "e have a little ir Me,"
there. She ha been hesaid a strneamucuaee ice.
ky bought to uambe r Wel can't derstld her
amg her anceors meof n, but she knowsher tele*
brilianee andetarmiatmo as A s umber. iCoM a be
wome who dediated mu of yourl?"
their energy to heli te in Frk Mn. Buvier hrri-
Sd te.fte Lib hans to find
gSe was e m f batit her al dIvi g emplete.
bt fd a l udemd'-lnwelln i ly chml" WtLh the
*a alr mlimy, cttara lionu t offlefr a the
iwhh sh tet, hla. u d Cata Park ha tod the
h tlr chlta iry. i had Mld a little
lM m may were i, Ito Mio, mahg mCoNaeM
S lrMybto.tbe balMs fSed rbg
anit e aI i n adB te sey a dud fnls :
ial thn mimt: "a l y aum Is lost"
dWacy!" .
A A "S The frigha orse was
sdy e, Kem d a out Aon afterward, ha
ru l a al e, fr om n ip and down
#O wrM ied for do ldigpalbs looking fo
sm her InKag chage.
Jacquine was a "don't cry" Whe she ly two, J o
lbby, to. Her avadyt e p recid her first fay
ter was Mhbmn at low. A re e by "ehib


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e' hr Satty "oochie" at
a conty dog sow. Whe she
wassi she was entered a
jnm e at the South
(L land, N. Y.
ft Show where the conte
ants were mop chdren
wi r her ace.
4 the oeaed rnd the
may, SMlg a M tee ed
SH Mer. But aclfet h

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Iti poise ra steam-
Thk pa n d en 10
med from advae ous Bouvi
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Lees.s a ti n17Tta no i than
24 uviersfoll General
Ibt from Frne to fight
for American freedom. Jac-
quee's direct anesto return
ed hdme, but his jo came
back, sealed h huladelphi
married an istocratic
Franc rIsge ad amassed
what was thee deuribed as a
"palatial fort ."
Most of the Boaiers and
most of the L were very
smart indeed. John Vernon Bo-
vier i, her gandfather, who
wield(d trmendow uence
lover -Jacqels a 's aery e,


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was an Intellectual genius. Helto Hugh D. Auchincloss, a Newi
graduated from Columbia UI. rker and a resident of New.
vnny at 30 with t. A. Lv ,. I i
dasr a Phi Beta Kapp ,y potR." *" who W* lUved in
and trip cl ate rewards shington since before World
a h man vledWit ar II. He had tree children
and ice-president of the Cssf his own. After Jacqueine's
d IM. By U he had a d half-sister Janet and half-bro
an M. A. in political 'sence, their Jamie were born, there
graduated from Law oolwere seven boys and girls of
with a Litt. D. and pasd his varying ages and tempera-
New York State Bar Examina. mt Is ivgi m Merrywood,the
tons. Auchincloss country place
Her Lee grandfather was across the Potomac from Wash-
brilhnt that he was t during the winter adP
Sof school at 1 andaow at Hammersmith Farm in New-
d torax f ar because, during the summer.
r his n he,.s Janet took care of them l.
all far too age hdvaned. "Aunt Janet was really my
Sfar too adaned, mother," says one of her step-
children gratefully. "She did
as much for me as she did for
Jaceline Lee Boier was er children." JaMcuelne call-i
boh In Soutl amptoin m the I HughAuchincloss a "wonder.
manmer of 1929. Her mother, Iul stepfather." When "Uncle
Janet Lee, was 21 and her
father, John Vernou Bouvier
was 16 years older. I t U U '


Janet, one of three daughters
of James T. Lee, a prominent
New York banker, had an ex
e"h mind ad, bes
was superb horsewoman who
beam one of the top rank.
ing women riders.
Jack Bouvier, whose regular
fatur and perpetual tan
earned him the nickname of
'The Sheik," was a stock brok-
er, as were many other Bouv-
era.
Jqueline and her sister,
Lee, who is three anda half
years younger, were with their
parents a great deal aad both
parn made them fedl seur-
y loved. So whe, after a
number of years, Janet and
Jack Bouvier decided that their
state where it was wiser for
them to live separately, the
children's normal routine was
not unduly upset.
he girls moved with their
mother into a smaller apart.
meant conveniently near their
achooL They saw their father,
whm they adored, on Sn-
days and dur the holidays.
Janet, who determined to de-
vote her life to raising her
daughters, watched over them
with sensible solicitude and,
though not a Roman Catholic,
punctiliously had them instruct-
led in their father's faith. Dur-
ing the five or so years before
she remarried, Janet never left
the little irls, not even for a
week aed.


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Hugh" and her moter
ben married 10 years,
wrote a brief poem to
morate the event.
WLi se w a you
Ne Jaqua 's i h
ab t preey, made ad
tI eo. She iWshe a
Ag before her debate
ahe f ad Maagkg bt
hief to ecapy her erm


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One teacher described the
preteenager as "a darling
girl. She was a very clever y
artistic and full of the devil.'
She was efficient, finished her
work on time, then had no-
thing to do until her class-
mates finished theirs."
Her grandfather, Job Ver-
nou Bouier Jr., with whom
she was in constant and delight-
ful correspondence even when
they were both living in New
York City, realized his favorite
granddaughter's potentialities.
He wrote:
".. J discern you mre
Iha passi evdeL e f lead.


(See JACIE a Page B)


16 Ilpes tkocheto describe! e
simcNGDAYs
Crs aboad Iamouo lu lie of the de t fla and discowm
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ver Belge, M0 13 46 Am
SMe; MClrdt, M John W.
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aL: air ;w a PleM s U.
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NW 3 b Terrac
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arde 11, Mnr Rhid F.
Stoufe amd MrL. hSE B,
Lee, 61 SW lit AeBe.
BC We b
* : a.; rcle 1, Mr. W.
C. Srbe, IS NW th Ave
an: Cirle 2, MI. Don ew,
415 SW ith Street.
I pJm; Mnr. CamOi Yomng
138 NW 12th Stree
Sp.m.; Get*mn mea Lauth
an Church W e, M T. J.
Matelick, SW hs Place.
Fir t LImem Cbmh
:0 a. m., Miriam Cir-
45th.
7:3 paj, Rachdl Cirele,
Church.
1pa., Est Cire hoate
Woan's Gul d i the Fr L
theran Church, Church.
1k NibS (cbh
wsm
9: am; Crele 2, Mrs. no
bert Deff ad M. G. .W.
Evan, Bethany Room
10 am.; Crcle 1, Mrs. Hh
Jone, 11 NW Ith Sreet; ir.
de 3, Mr T. W. bert 13
SW 3rd Drive; Cirle 4,
John Mooman, 1 NW Ni
Street; Crce 5, Mn. Gerge
Newel, O NE kh Street; Q
cde Mrs. Job M. Sikes, 2
NW ind Avee; Chrcle 7, MN
Perr C. Moore, W SW At
Sp.., Cirle Mr. C. P.
Dreder, 1M NW 11th Road;
Ore I, Mr. afford Hoey,
0 NW Mih Driive; arcle ,
Mr M. C. Rami, Ms.
G. A. Witunton, k uBeny
Romn; circle 11, s. .
Jont 3 SW 12th Street
7:3 p.m., Circle U, Mrs. R.
C. Jams Jr., 16 NW ta SL
Sp., Circle 13, Mr. Rbert
L Neul-, iS= NW h Skte


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ard Biai, ea i NW i d
Bouerd; Creb 2, at the



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I pa, fY. Ylat Mr. W.
Jaim Bankh 10 NW lab Rd.
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Hrked;a ImCh Mi n .
Me. Miller, 11 N1E oA
Sued; Jedm NyitUm RoH
Tm Bden M rsW Mn
Me; Cdl Mo MnI. L W.
1Mer 14 NW 1i Avre
ue; imeml N io M. lob-
et Bailey,or 3NW U1 Ave-
lpja; Alice Brantm, Me.
Cntau tetpd
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dll Dma, 313 NE i
Sret; Maprtt Gn m, Mn
L C. JO m, 31 NE It GSeet;
Jlla Bridge, Mn. Minnie
HMan, 4 N hd Avnue;
Gavata, Mn. nmy LNord,
11 NW Ntb AVaUe.

HDC Chairmen
Will Hold
StudySession
"eduee Without Starvinhg"
wile tena prorm pi dip
. eua Monday for &ae Howm
DaltatiMd Club al peie
dal fiTe, and mtritlon
bhiMea waill take place
frok a m. o ano- at the
Qntly Federal Savits and
Lm AmiIt Commmi
Room.
Repmsteti attending
from 62fobming clwhiulldbe
rnpithe for Februar club
poms: Hague, p"g
Groveak,W a orit Grove,
Pine GroW, ad Grove, ex
Chairmen from the other
dca are invited to atend this
mee _
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BOOKKEEPERS
I1M0 N.W. MiiL. N -24


Jacqueline


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tId mIahre-i-
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tUrn w a sl ide adl. cmie -amrned
nidet in. b Cmiry, wa
I wa, a m d lIa re l a eat elry
... Vdl% b S ielhped
#% o MrW milt iote.ot in FM
. ,h- Meridee
thr." del be. Aa e t
Itngot the year Mr. ony pen s
Bouv er' d Jac- being compliely
qdline hs hed oardiably *
ast to tis er do-ai Wn the year
des A dme her family
o ed thd bO
eI holaaic car. a bit ane dbtr
Sca d as ry Ga it an ieds
had be. tFrom boarding mG
qhool she aet to Vasr M a-b



sidka. wdhOWide. i
Apst, Wfmmtmar woe atM

,VM She M te l umi n C

daic, amt their wa c- I

an.her it went abroad
for theinte anbe d fel in
ke, irreably, with Eurmpe.
She load to remn to Eur
oe and sped her Junior year
soing at the Srbomee. Sbe
chaed Vasar aodbthorities, who,
bbause of her migh grades,
allowed her to dd tra cl da
If whe p leod o tn h hseav
.chedul *aen $I d M tM 6New
Park. Si made pod.
ib Frce W Lmgical. To p
pabr eet hr Fpeat b bmol

i,'dlS er .I lt
tea, mawner earw!
BRt Ishe iadeel ory ,rme
sad arver eilood.
The Sorbone specialsl in 401
teaching o


al through
apclie b Il
of otf e M h 1
i ripee.t
n pWiOMe
h art, fiba
ad 4 s m
d later mde
Gmlhero a
em him the
Sinmri ee.
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be ort a pta But a yeblater, when Net Suday: How Jcq
Jamqa w right. Thethey became eged, he co-j r Kennedy sparked a re
Manautte Congress fed that e had decided that lssame 1n Waihisgto boe
maK did not want to t marranighttma rry her, ptaty.
aid Karat her modest al.-
Y of $O weeky had bee
raised to a phnh L75. .
Jpdin met Jack ee-
o'" t tm IoMng or more car for the money?
ra ni atdimo of Wsh.
S dd an a pimund pr-
p- darbtiqg Whenace on
her We. sm reledi this
revealing met that
was a a who did not want
to marry nd a iged heart-
breat, bt Jt a swiftly deter

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IN FRESH, FASHION COLORS
THE COAT A SHADE DARKER
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& L 17.95 SET. GOWN ONLY 6.95


B.
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LACE BRIEFS IN HEAVENLY
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SChina


oxm |i t;n
O mew s Stems
By SEYEO= TePING
HONG KONG Cmmna
it China Ih bild a new
phase the.dis Nsk
among fMand n elty dl
M direcWr r pir oppo&l
lon to coLetyatioj .
frol aC e ledi tmat Pt.


Craekii


bgl bhingig to an nd e
Wod of relative liberumat
tht the i ese Com u
Paty has tolerated in varybg
dep s since late M1..
Do pace of coletiviatn
logicall pressure
ba eased after abortive e
peru ts wbh the industrial
"get lp forward" and agr


Down


ian comma win s fahJ
waetC|r oaded by a aeIes
of =slrIanl* t
'Th pape of the liited pl-
icy d blibU tio0 had been
to amdma produm b y d-
g re n the iaive of
private eitaprise. The class
struggle ainst the mre proa
perouy middle peaataa


I |* MON. *eIES.



521 N.W. 13th STR
i


"THRIFTWAY" FANCY

SLICED

BACON


LB.


SPE
"ALL
WI
I


a --LM*-J -A -__-_


Again


Pmfuwu. RauewM oa- me am yen decided
ship dprivlate pds o d tey ca afford to r to
the ooeratiom heal free r.-m ore dtric pidesa In
kets were a rated, asd em ht f we artic in
urnsal corol of the Me of a e tOaet Cu ywi-
people was s rigid.L jp aMd modniMhd local
broadest have revealed that
Western analysts said t porerand lower middle
the Chiese mmunteia o pfen m are beig surred in-
aged by the good harvests to a class stugg agi the
irsperous dame, who are
aid to re abs t
*WED. NOON deriml.
SM Oue theoretical jour-
nal of the Chine Communist
arty, ahs nited anhi u
of "socialist ediucaon" with
S he two great ideological am
. pEE of the pasL. Tbe are
LEET me campaigns of 15 and 1953
directed at stubborn upholders
offorms capitalism ad the
"antiritist" drive of 17.
The 167 campaign struck at
I AI oen t of the reime's pol-
d s after they bd been ncour
CIALI d to spek out byMa Te
og, chairman n of the party,
PURPOSE" wh he proclaimed "et a
E add flowers bloom, let a
Sdred scools of thought con.-
_m tend."


OIL


24-OZ.
M.t


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FOOD rr""' P CASE


(LIMIT: 2 WITH YOUR $2.50, OR MORE,
FOOD ORDER PLEASE)


ALL MEAT


WIENERS


PKG.


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HOT DOG
BUNS
2 pks. of 8
39e


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Analysts here compare the
current campaign with drive
In the Soviet Union in the nine-
teen thirties against the wealth-
ier peasants, known as Kulaks.
The Soviet campaign was a far
more violent one, although
there are reports that Chinese
upper- middle peasants have
been beaten or sent to labor
camps.
Organizations of poor peasants
or lower-middle peasants, who
are described by the party as
the most reliable ideologically,
have been set up to supervise
other classes and insure their
loyalty.
Graham Denies
Politics Rumor
HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Eva-
gelist Billy Graham said Satur-
day he has no intention of en
tering politics.
Graham made this announce
ment at a press conference in
reply to published reports that
he might accept a presidential
draft
The evangelist told newsmen
that he felt the greatest service
he could render his country is
to preach the gospel.
Graham is in Houston to ad-
dress the 9th annual Layman's
eadernhip Institute.


SumAy, Febmry 2,1964 Gelinsvilk Sun 91


PORTRAIT HOUSE


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is coming to Goinesville


INTRODUCTORY OFFER


ANY ONE PERSON -


ANY AGE


Regular


850


value
ONLY


All Persons Under


18 Must Be


Accompanied by
Parent.


ONE 8x10 SILVERTONE


* GROUP SITTINGS TAKEN ON APPROVAL-NO
*WIDE SELECTION OF PROOFS


CHARGE


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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4th
9a.m. to 8 p.m.
*NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
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usmyiFemy.ry, 19641


Gainesvile Becom

Civil Defense Center


aBy BOB urn
-GCamle ha be the
Civ Defe cater ar 2
Nodb Frida aui d r
i ia ceu inin Iev
-t mi.m a a t dl
Qeeage Agey.
-The GiMl k offi lldl
1 qMpd m Jan. 1 a yea
drt af drehe Oa Dbe
c coordiatr waer
rphey.
lkribL a bArok dmo iwo
r area two ye ago Iut
a lat o fadi hM kt athe
noal offices om er


1d ft yea. Ole cnter
w eyeell mdindp.a .
n ep-lag umahme
Jacels i bmlC te f
Oplg te Ibrnch dimse
* a *taShe l S a ee
"nori b elh abne coo.
iado of5 Deens m

slan mibas ib As Othlataled
a1 feag d need far dcMI do.
I..m mamme."


SPECIAL SALE


QUAKER

HEATERS
55,0 o BTU
with lO-ymr guon-
S'oarn firot od
opor r n g
ONLY


$7283


Medl TH101O


IrThenMet Cmom Ul ........... $15


Oil Drum
and Stand
* 55-gal. stl
drum
e Sturdy stel
All necemry
tubing and
fittings
Complete
installation

^2
t o -


10% DOWN
12 Moat, To Pay
MANY OTHER SIZES AND
STYLES OF FAMOUS BRAND
HEATERS TO CHOOSE FROM.
G. B
C.
Bohannon, Jr.
Amlt, Sms"d ON Co.
U. 7T St. a8t Av..
Phme Ft 2-95(1


I


ReceivesTop

AdultAward

In Scouting

Souha wt iwt a GOmnl
ha M ei mua M d bd
by Gov. ftri byt Th b
dy aigit ia Jacisws.
It hi 3I. rlM. ,
3I NW Uh St
He mreeid th Boy Smt's
Smir Beare Award a
Noth ida Sute's App
lati bmqot.


Scouts to Distribte


Good Wf.lhhbingB%


Can a Ifr G oload
hdbtiu Wlm be dbmdI
satdul, t h by Gau-.
I T I& Sonid. Thi is theI
A snta to naldrieby
e CMy a awuita
ore an M "GoS Trn
LD'" b w be ta o to
hoMes the GiMlb ame.
Goes Capitalist
VIJMA, AWKA (AP) -
['muait Ceabadnrah


I Each dl te eMte has
Scivl deie dectr. Ma.-
Ohey W av a caordinstor
*el to h s "lKr hits b h
ig ad r ue adhy toward

l dolleg 34
E. A. (Pet* ) lbdii the
Alichtm 6omnty hlrector of
Civ Defe.
"My role bhe v be ome o
d and support the coordinaa
r sa "Pete ha a fine po
a wrd up ad I'l bdp
The Federal Goerament wil
pro moey a a matching
ho rith Gahinte od al
dar cauty.R It b Mep, y's
cre to ge it for the local
#*A& amq rt athy the
WW vand t*D it ta
a goi pogrk a irder to be
S for the oods" Mur-
S akid, oGaanlle mha
shown a keen teere in d civi
defie and should have ao
StSeble aeuig t match
Sphey saide he need help.
e is booking for mill-
tar j who wat to pin
reto t points through civil
rk. particular, he
ee architets ad those co-
erned with costutio of
publi ldi a u rhools.
S"We maedl n with modgh
inabinafei to bould dil de-
lew meares into new co-
struc toC hk id. 'is ca
S:dme in th e original
6sturctiNAtle or nO Wdi-
tial cost"
A' retired Army major, Mur-
jpby moved to GabevL with
dade. Doqb, 16, i a
Gahesvle High Schooml stdent
l Diane, 14, atthds Buehbo
Juor Hig T no me M ar,
DIeL ,, and Gail,, iat
md North Georila' & Cle i
Dahimega, Ga.
The office's a sta maba
is Mrs. Jane Latharwood, of
ILghSgEb*


several adut lea
ma
He hdls the Arrowhead Ho
or and the Ste Ky.
Reams is th w d tw
Eagle Scts. He i a mrel
ma rri nerhe.


Tey vw mbe mIKn by ft


afo Goodari bgN Ma


drim
STefl om ala te Good-
w rbI amrle wat to
a d rer. An ouet


Electrical


RteM Sin Hurn
. .d. *Commrcu,
O lbas CaIsual

C. P. Dresser
maie CMaw .
910 N.W. a a.


Lunch Whme Your Friom Lmc-
WHERE?
armanr la's
70a W IVpSTY AVmlnUI


MAKE


Ida fir Inbdf ta owd with dbothge plaem ia
i-bfs N frebst doos I es b aa0
I mobualop*tt bo ,l r Fd7 Feb. A


ad


law OmeWd Medet PrftC
H UweeerWy Mi*Wddle
U. Yer Calse Chy Pla or Cmh b Cry


ONE COAT
ACRYLIC LATEX
HOUSE
PAINT
* ltoIr Ubbposlumq

98 PLUS
enb mpgm
CUTIFII PUMIUM QUALITY


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0 Oda Intop sm
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0 kClasma.wsm

698Pll LUS


S


501 N.W. AVeL,


YOUR


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IMPROVEMENTS NOW!


Idm1lik, Pb*e 7I-7588


To provide the supplies United
States farmers need, million
pe work at various ob.


SAVE!


ON OUR
ANNUAL


YARN SALE

THIS IS THAT SALE YOU HAVE


BEEN WAITING FOR!
SALE LAST Feb. 3rd through Feb. 15th

- COLUMBIA-MI NERVA-YARNS

1 oz. BABY YARN regular 75c ............ Sale Price 64
2 oz. FEATHERWEIGHT KNITTING
WORSTED regular 98c ................. ......Sle Price 75
4 oz. KNITTING WORSTED 4 ply -
regular $1.59 ......................................... ....Sale Price $1.29
2 oz. SPARKLESTONE RUG YARN f
regular 85c .......... ............... .. ...... ... Sole Price 69C


BEAR BRAND YARNS


KNITTING WORSTED, Reg. $1.59...................
NUBBY FLEECE, Reg. $1.10 ......................

BERNAT YARN
NYLON SPORT, Reg. 9c ................ ............
CUDDLE SPUN, Rg. 95c .................. ...............
LON GERMANTOWN, Reg. 89C .4............
SCANDIA, Reg. $1.10 ............................. .......

SPINNERIN YARNS


oz. KNICKER, Reg. $1.19 ......................................... Sle 96
a. MOHAIR, Reg. $1.00 .....................S....;........... h s e


ALL NEDUWMNT
AULL STAMPED
nOOD-.


20%


CHRISTMAS
KITS
14 0WF


a-su
Su ar md

Only 9.98
wle Thoy La!t


Spring is just around the cor-
ner and there's no better time than
now for making those improve-
ments you've been thinking about


* NO MORTGAGE RIUIRED
OR OTHER RED TAPE.
*PAYMENT CAN IM SPUAD
OVER 3 YEAR1
* OUR ONLY REUIRMINT IS
SATISFACTORY CRA T mTD
P.us sum mCHT
TO MEET PATYMIT


-I


all winter!


Don't let lack of funds


deter you... it's easy to arrange an
improvement loan here, and you can
borrow full cost of the improvements
making payments over a conveniently
extended period of time!


YO CAN AIRANlU

IF ti UL TO COME I--
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service of xcapati.nal r- me d a' a "a "d epi
ter to boylho by rgiled tL Fw bt Caech im.
Scmtena itbt aer Ca -mnm t E tct
d the jurisdc m of a b b d al g d id ata mee
comcl." wwth Prelm Aol Noort-
Beama has been ate i enyto ad a pereaTm for
Boy Sat work a.he he & i mote tA
Joia the an*u au aboy
M. He muomo CubahLadof Puat d this my b
PackL s hI boa member a m 'e ofa
od the at committee uld aS rmt be
1e, eaed a a e herad ed Iwaslten to
commumaier ad UMh eaet a ima C







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Santa Fe River/Suwannee River


NEWS


Asso. to Honor


Clay Co. Sheaff


JACKIONVIL -Clay
Coty aShri Jo n P. HI wll
be the ut of honor at a te-
th banquet here Feb. 6
xingi the mid witer confer
enc i te Florida Shr ffs As-
sociatlon. The banut will be
a hoi t of a Say meeting
w h opens Feb. .
Hal widely kawn as the
d d Florida bifst will be
oMred at the banqut for his
lha meord of X yeas in of-
Co ts at the meeting in
ddit to Hall, win be A-
dar CiOmOl Joe Crem,
Dual's'Dal Car, Baer's
Ed YIben, Nammu'sa J.
Younblod, Bradford's Pete
Reddih Putam's Wait Peli


car, la-s JoM md
and S. Job's L 0. DuiS.Jr.
Other rI dedlm b re a
"mIet the candlate" hlch-
on Ir snam do the cand at
for pverof, a Bopy Roach
trses meeti am d mbo
timu m tr meg y pro.
ndur, barb e ad var-
iou Mbats mtJmug
SeM duled eadm hee
slorida Senate Secretay Ed
Fwer, State Senator COaey
E. Jobhns, Clay County Rep S.
D. Saundern and State Sen. Joa
E. Maters of Jadcaunll
SNewly-e dected ofi s the
S'bi Amieation wl be in-
stalled by State Sen. John M
Spottwood of Key Wret.


Bradford Extends

Registration Hours


STARKE -Tie Bradford
County ourthouse wif be open
hs for voter registrationdur
ing Febuary and March on the
foowing basis:
February every M on da y
night m I pam.
March every Monday and
Tl day night until 9 p.m.
Mrs. Jneva Flyn sup i
or of regisraon, aid tat
the deadline, April 4, the court-
boue will be open from 8:30
am. to I p.m.
She said the extra hours of
openi are for the convenience

Holland

Gives Views

On Panama
TALLAHASSEE (AP)- '
United States should
with Panama on ea
hg factors in the current
pte, but not on the
opat and complete
of the Panama Canal Itsef,'t.
Spesard Holland said.
The senior Florida msmr, ti
his 0th year in office, was here
Sampling polt winds prior
to running for his fourth term in


the Sate.
Holland aid In a c-
renc that this country shold
disss three iritants. He par
posed:
-Discussionsof the fact tht
cheaper good are solid to too
many persons ia the Canal 2..
hi compettina with the mar-
chants ouide the oe.
-Te anai lease thim u-
try pays for the Canal Zen
might be raied.
-More Pamuaim s be a
lowed to work in the Canal
Zone.
Hollad cl the difter
in uv standards t ide
theme a d s outside It a
of the major e spots.
On their subjects, he id:
That he hoped to run for a
ether trm in the Senate, but
aid he wan ready yet to a
ounce hi cau cy.
'lat Florida Demoarb
should m baile Presidt
J so n at it Democratie Na
Wal Comol" JdaLnl
Holsa "uI ne the qie-
tance of Flord to hi and he
iv e ery iatism of a
friendly and sympathetic inter-
ma towad Floida."
'ITt John Pastoren
hod llad wold be a good
oe prwid al candidate
eo Dera ticket. Paste
S hod aly both the South
ad th trl amr of the
Rl ah mild.
BelAppointed
To GilbchristBd.


TAULAEMB J. J. ri-
amt of Del hem ap-
pIW byGeT hrie ent .
be BGchrot m t W.
ftin, ub uedp

se bri atd iit arles
imSd Fdayby thep r-



Agb-t Kents
aIL (vP)-Gwa Dn
-Imy r, -id

l tE Uin la arM
tattime


U


of people who work and are
unable to get to the courthouse
during the day.


New Train Station


Levy Co




Member


fC Plans


Drive


Lawtey Seeks to Fill

Scott's Council Seat


T a structure at Waldo replaces the W-yarueld Seboard Air Ue Rail.
--d depot which was razed last year to make way for the kw facility. It was
ilt by SAL:carpeater who were able to salvage about 2per cat of the
lumber from the old buildlg.The old depot held a lot of histy, tIeledif a
board, uncovered by the wrecddn carpenters, on which was b tibed "1864,"
the year the depot was built. (Sm photo)


In PanamaI to Start Jelly Operation,


Micanopy Man FoundHimself inaam

He wa down there to try to ad didn't know what tond preserves and am on of July Ave. is a sreet of con-
help them. d,"e said. home," Mays said. trast On one side, be said,
But after the rather re re- e added that the Panama Micanopy farmer said itPanamanians live in nice-look
eptn be o,e "got police, actly part of the med tat trouble had been ng homesith wellept s.
out of there" ad don't think a y. emed powerless to do brewing for a long time in Pan- Of his Panama experience,
hell go back t so athg abeou the situation. am and when t started, itMays said, "It makes youwon.
That was Jes ys of Mica aid they finally met was faned by outside agta der what's going in therest of
nopy talking was tas ng friends In the Canl Ze tors. the world, espe llyatin Am-
about a reut trip to Panama. tba hokme to Las There is so much bate and erica."
e was t hen th riog I via back street animoity down there toward Mays sad he might goack
broke out had some a m 'We heard that the Panama- America" Mays observed, to Panama, "but their attitude
portable and apprehensive m. were headed that way to "I figured I got out of there down there will have to change
ments when a car he was i n all Americans," Mays said,by.he skinof my teeth." before I do."
mwas rounded by. aMig d we took turns standing ,lere are y two dasC o
about a PastoolPna the restONo:e an a Lh
MOan t happened, c t m an-d th ~a,
Mays, who has a m near aid it was verbal days he latter, he said, have muc
i ad he ad flow or he could get a plane out hate for the "haves."
ton to Pa na to ae Paam. In the mie, Mays saidhethinks t n-
there about the posi- said, e don't venture from amanis need a program of
Iofttgu cif friend's u. understanding and help ft the
aity of sett up = r n "I to IM with the Jellies hav ots. He said that Fourth
preserve He mid he hd hbad


some experience in this in
and thought t such an oper-
On, might be met up in Pans-
Suwbt cal t and
vegetables.
"I thought it eight be aeso
ing that would direct help
ai the ppk down there,"
as ald' "but when you are
yigto help om one, you
at wantthem shooting at
yu."
Mays M b aw rd d in P
ma nlo t before the riot-
ing d arte d was ying
with his triad tI Las Cmbas
a subrb Pama City.
The mnd he and the
ld sai to Mdre ovr in-
tohe Caal Zoe to a a
ote friend.
"We had to cam Fourth of
July Ave.,e didag line,"
Mays said. "It was about
eight o'clock, ad everything
hted looe."
ays said tt a pangof
Yug peh Munaied the
cad arid t hro g rocks
ad am at ast car. He said
the riors had ubs and wee
having other cas and tuning
the6 mver.
The driver put the car in
gear and we went on tngl."
Mays said. "Bt a threeppnd
rock camo tough the id-
Mays sai the a y met
the poc ito theCal Zo e.
"It sMmd h Id ot f u,


'Was Dec. Cold? County


Fel Sales.Say


'Aye'


Floi t reidents ad ouristsa alne consumer, with ,.-
dt Deceaber rned 17$,*,6 gallons, and Duval was
I 4 gallons of asoline andIe leader in kerosene sales
l,607 gall of kenroe with 10,0,538 gallons.
according to the Florida De- ,
pirtet of Ariculture. In the Northcentral Florida
Dade County was the biggest rea, Marion County led in as-
S---a--m---- lu m -


liogero's Tax n;A ha cota was t,
ith goline sales totaling 2,
al Ordered { w 6, pous.
Aladia County resident a
ieldin Tampa pmL reued re U
ACKSONVILLE (AP)-- T heat than other Norther-
ia teo ta evasion trial do fitral Floida counties. Keram
mrate Road Bard memIber s Alnacbhua totaled 1,015
AM ot r L of Cl earwalr Ma Pos in Dener.
ahb gned to Mfede
art on kerw .al.


Saro's rney, Harry Ml
eb.k aprd iacadmnly
in'U.S. District Friday
tht tli trial shoum be held i
Jaksonville. Te tra date wa
n4s.
S is charged with amdr-
Sn income ia IMSc. H
al W1 by t. He ao
d a enras a d
his tax ir those
^;


o m31, ga pos.
Other m counties and t
December ole and heo
scene ales, in galos, (pso-
line ed first) are:


Bradord, s47 ad 215,W7;
COy, 5m,m73 al W ; Dix-
iS, 12,1 ad a ,U; G0drtI
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Prisoners Set

For Music Show


In Williston


LAWIEY A replacmnt
frCoumnrmn obrt Scott,
t Nego elected here sin
Reconstruti dys and who0
ried ast week will be
acted on when the Lawtey City
Council meets Monday night
Scott relied oraly to May-


or Charles R Shiord


Jan. 25


Regional

Library

Bd. Elects


OCALA -Ms. Ruthrford
Te of Cedar y has been
elected prsidet of the Central
Florida -Reioual Library
Board.t
Other officers elected at
quarterly meeting here Tuesday
include A. G. Pao Jr., Ocala,
vice president; nd Mrs. Nich
las W. Bakanoff, Hernando
secretary.
Mrs. Teas succeeds Harold W
Goforth of Ocala a president
Other former officers includ
Mrs. Gordon Drummond o
Broson, who served two year
as corresponding secretary.
Mim Hele M. ark, director
of the regional library, said tha
Levy County was the onl
member county that showed
circulation during th


obwbg I bded telepho
tnt tat 6 hs time ws up."
He had hbe elecd a Det 3,
tok office a Ja. 6 and was
heduled t meet alog with
the rest of the Council Monday
The Met threat, eoe of a sr-
es which inchided the burning
of a at his place, w a
'pbone waring received at a
store a nearby Negro ec-
tim, and relayed to Scott
The Lawtey city charter in-
dicats that a resignation
Must be submitted to the coun-
cil; whether Scott will ubmi
it to the council in writing or
n person is not known.
I The charter also provides
that ll vacanau ha bet
I filled by the cani
Preast members of the con-
cil ae Dave Sfoird (chair-
man), Bryat Reddih, Sp-
geon (Spud) Muey and Wayne
1 Massy.
* Dave Shuford, Spurgen Mas-
Ssy and Scott were elected on
Dec. 3. Others on the ballot
. wee H. C. Kelly, Leslie Phil.
Slips, Leo Dya, W. P. K em p,
SMilo Smith and D. B. (Dick)
I Thomas.


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a
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previous quarter.
Miss Clark reported an ov-
erall quarterly book crulatio*
of 30,51 at a loi of about
5.00 as compared with the
me month last year.


Williston High
Jrs. ehearse


WILLISON Members of
the junior class of Williston
High School are practicing
their play, "Nuts and Bolts,"
Whi will be presented Feb.
10.
Mrs. Linda Ward and W. J.
Stark are class sponsors.


Hale May Seek


Union Co. Office

LAKE BUTLER John P. ine Smith o Providence;
Hale. 37-ye arld local bui- the coupe have three children,
san, has amuoaced nof- John Jr., 10, Debra, 7, and
ficay as a candidate for Un- Tommy, 3.
SCounty tax collector. He Aside fr Pea s
nnomuced Monday that e Hale's mo m t there
"may" seek theoffice nowm h be a eri0 t
held by R. R. Pearce, who vi winl ci ele ord
Smtseek re-l toa to erku of the Crcuit Court
of poor heath. Robert Draig
Hale is a native of Union
County and attended local In Uion Conty, qualfca
schools. He I a vtOa Ef tio for wcountyfiis aetUp
World War I, and fowNi from Feb. 1 to March 3, the


that sevice Wked a an
, rfrirM at the Uniwvrtv of


WIISIDN The Wl lor He farmed froan M60
ton Lion's ub will spo a to M5 and the took a poition
untry muic sow o nt wc he si holds withe
Saturday, starting at p.m. n Fam r Insurance Co. He
the Wlliton High School Adi- o is a prt m r a food
IIrl t qi j tore ti Lake Butler.
Dr. m 0 Baf.ley, pi- IHe is marked to the former
ty h sarm l id the shm wi
he presented by the "IamI- Sch o0elg
be Pue ,ed by ft School OffiCers
ing armoneer" fra t State er
Road Priso at Bh so and the
"Coay enem mtle" t GetArmyAward


State Prism at lel.
Dr. Bey said te w wiM
lat two hour ad tht door
pim wll be awarded d
an intermlL. He id it
e may be oiaebd l a
tn RalgEsmisAlg lure
Ia bbsi. Mrie lSb.A
or Rflier FOWlime


Williston's Teacher of the Year


WILuB-W WillimI
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WILUT L W. Jordan
nrlial, ar tile Whed

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ibhe Min- d te Third
Amy.
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a II a itam


a- -a aid *
lab aitablm
o a49-t as C -lenr
Mis i wM Ift sM,
aba i bd mar


rmws lhat for state officials.
Ferly it was from March
47 but te chage was made
by a local bill in the Legisa-
Offices to be decided upon in
mte mcing Union Couny elec-
tin, ad thde incmbs are as
flows:
rcuit C t Judge, J. C. Ad-
khs Jr.; state attore y, T. E.
Duncan Jr.; public defeder, R.
A. Green Jr.: state mator,
Charley E. Johns; state repr
setative, C. A Roberts


Coutyjudgep, A. L Driggen;
urif, Job H. whitehead;
drk ofe d cortB obM
at Drin; tax ameor, J.
M Howard; CoNy Cab
ON DMm D, IK aMBm,

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ShaW N;ainer avrngd t


Kick Off

This Week

With Supper
BRNSON Clyde Coulter,
membership chairman of the
Levy County Chamber of CEo
mece, has announced a coun-
ty wide membership campaign
will begin this week, with com
centration of the committee dtl
reed at Chiefland.
Busnhesmen in the Chieflnd
rea will be invited to attend a
buffet supper sponsored by t
Chamber Wednesday night Th
supper is being arranged by
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lillar at
their home. Officers of the Cot-
C will be present to welcome
the guests.
On Monday, Feb. 10, a group
of Chamber of Commerce memr
bers willbe in Chiefland to put
the membership drive in opera.
tion. The regular monthly meet.
ing of the organization will be
held at the Chiefland City Hall
at 8 p.m.
Every individual, as well as
the business ad industrial men
of the city, is invited to attend
this meeting.
CofC officials say they are de.
srs of having all citizen of
Chiefland become acquainted
with the Levy County Chain
ber of Commerce and t's ob.
jcts, a nd purposes.


Williston

OES Plans

To Install


WILLISTON Williston
Chapter No. 142, Order of East-
ern Star, will install new offi
cers on Feb. 22.
The officers were elected at
a meeting Monday night. They
include Sallie Winemiller, wor-
thy matron; Leo Sapp, worthy
patron; Myrtice Dice, associ.
ate matron; Ross Dice, assock
ate patron; Ruth Sandlin, secre-
try; Esther Dreher, treasury.
er; Alice Radacky, con-
ductress: Virginia Whitener, as.
sociate conductress; and Hank
Radacky, warder.
Mrs. Winemiller will succeed
Mrs. Bessie Mae Barto as
worthymatron. She will an
ouce appointive officers later.
Following the Monday night
meeting, refreshmIets were
served by Mrs. Dice sd Mr
Emma Le Lft.


Union Co.


Auto Tag

Sale Notice
LAKE BUTLER Arde t
sales here will be halted by
John W. Andreu a represa-
tive of the State Motor Vehicle
Commision, due to the iUlne
of Tax Collector R. R. Pearce.
Andre and two assistants wl
be at Pearce's omfe ti the U
Ia Co y mIor e Fe. IL,
11.15 ad 41 from 8: atm
mIl p-,. exa tg h*
days when the A e willdo
at m
Peamre ad s special
number wil be aved for ia
(diviae.


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Ag. College

4* Sets Record


Enrollment


SErollment at the Unersity
"of Flrida's College of Agrul
Sure this trimester has Ier-
Sed 10 per cent over bt fall
Sand is he second highest
.ro llm t in le hara y o te
college.
SDea M. A.Brookersaid 455
students are now suing
reer in apiculture. This is a
5 per cent increase since
I 19. The highest enroblmet
Record was in IM-% with 0
Undergraduate students.
In addition to students in the
College of Agriculture, some
students a enrolled in the
SSchool Forestry, another vital
segment of agriculture.
Dr. Brookersaid that of
the students tu the Colege of
Agriculture hail from 33 foreign
countries Ca, India ad Thai-
land the leading student
contributors. For the first time,
a student fmrn Cyprus has en-
tered the college. Nineteen of
the foreign students are major-
ing in fruit crops, 18 in animal
science, 14 in agronomy and 10
,in Wils.
Tmty eight of the 455 st
dents a women Ten of
women are foreign students en-
.'roled in the graduate school or
n trial programs for grad
Sate study.
Dean Booker said the oppor-
tunites in the agricultural sde-
ces ae unlimited. He credits
i the increased enrollment to the
recognition of these opportune
ties.
In the ce of may foreign
Students, Florida is Idal for
,study, as the clnatccondi-
tions and crops ae similar to
:those in their homelands,
Dean Brooker said.


SIay, Febry 2,19m4


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Florid' Punch, Grap, Orange, Pineppk-Ornge

Hi-C Drinks 3 t


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UF Alumni


SSponsor.2nd

Europe Trip
The Univerity o Florida
Alumni Association announced
it will sponsor its second Euro-
pean tour for alumni, faculty
and students this summer.
A 3-day agenda covering sev-
en countries has been set, ac-
cording to Alvin Alobrook, as-
sistant director oLAimL m -
t:fan ad tour &idiW .
The tour will leave from New
York's Kennedy International
SAirport and visit the Nether-
lands, Germany, Austria, Swit-
erland, Italy, France and Eng-
SA highlight of the tour will be
a side trip to Stratford -n-Avon
coinciding with the 400th ani-
versay celebration of Shake-
.spere's birth, Alobrook said.
Total cost of the tour is ,
Which includes all tranorta-
tion, hol accommodation and
*most nmas.
: P no interested in making
Sthe tour can contact Asobrook
at the Florida Alunmi Office.

Activities At


UOFF


Week e FMe. H1
Smby NORAD (North
Amerian Air Defense Com-
mand), "Calvalcade of Music,"
University Auditoraum, 3 p.m.
: esay Faculty Concert,
:Works by Scarlatti Bach, Scho-
pin, Schiean and Beethoven,
-Willard Brask, pianist, Univer-
;sity Audorium, 8:15 p.m.
3 o Classis Series, "eI
Night at the Opera." Medical
* sacin ldun Audtorium a
' Waisey Reception in
"Bryan Luge 34:30 p.m. hoo-
oridg Robert 0. Bach, Dr. Ro
bert E. Caon and Johann K.
isXyms. Fadt Unic at ex-
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Christian Science Lecture

STo Focus on Understanding
"'Te alig pmwr of the
Crs, Trd h preat per
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fe pomb le ue her toa w
ow b RlphoW. Cs ob

Cam, a member of The
ristina Scence Boad o Lee.
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City's


lmaday, Feb ry 2, 1964 Ginetvile Sun


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RELIGION



.
fChurchmen in Cubat

Protest Persecution


v ae Woman's CLb, B : E. D A. LMGER
Univ. Ave., at I p.m. Hi*1 s Asbed P ma
eet wi be "Christian Science: (A, Er
The Way to Understanding urc ofii asked the World
Happi and Healing." o of Churches last week
A former newspaperman, Ces o investigate what they called
a worked on newspapers in easing persecution of Pro-
Michigan and Florida before estantsin Cuba.
joining The Chrtian scie ce They cited n'wly imposed re-
Monitor in 9. iticon, harassment of pa


SalvadtionAtmy, aven


For Homeless, In Same Boat
"Homels, nowhere to go," is "ur problem now is to Sfb 1e2, saw a happy group
the sry often heard by workremises e ia teir "new" H all on 7th St
es in the S t rmy ation which win p iThe Wlldig,- rig ay re-
here.Butnomw,"nheretogo"d. Mnce, had served for some
Is their own story. usto o contine W eu ns as a ns office for Dr. I.
Today's worship service wilA the rent will have to be Weintraub.
be tth Ist to ale d- withn our e "Now in this, emergency, our
ovation Army Hall at !N NW "It would be wonderful if wechurch services will be held
7th SL \ could locate space near our bo-ltem por arily In a dormitory
When evening comes, A4 tel, the Red Shield Transientrbom in the Red Shield Trans-
chairs and tables will be move Lodge, which is an old rei- iwnt Lodge. This is the only
out, the rooms left empty. The dence at 252 SW 2nd Ave.plaae we have, untilwesucceed
echoes of the sermons preach- These Salvation Army act-inm finding something better,"
ed and hymns sung will fade ties were organized in Gaines Captain Smith declared.
away. and the door will be lock. ville in I)5 by a group of bus-
ed. iness men, including A. Z. A- Broth rhood
'We have been given notice kis Jr., Sheriff J. M. Cre O r erhO
to vacate the premise" re- v Jr., Earl Hardee, and In-
ported Captain Guy Smith yes- spector Rupert G. Zeigler. To Hear Officer
terday. "The owner has other I offers arrived to te
uses for the building. So we chare. i ey were uxi "latte Santa e Rive Baptist
must leave. And we have n .y Si an Brotherhood A sociation will
where to go." captain Guy Smith hear the eecutie secretary of
We can't go back to thewife, Bethel Smit. the Florida Btherhood at a
place e came from; that's Church services o the Salva-meeting at the H i g h Spring
been torn down." he said. '"I am tion Army were held in the old Baptist Churcb Thursday.
thankful, through, that this did bus station at 2nd Ave. and SE George Ratteree, the speak-
not happen to our hotel build-jst St., although it was already er, will place emphasis on the
ing. During January alone marked for destruction to make Royal Ambapgadrs at the din
over people found shelter for way for the new Post Office ner meeting at 6:3 p.m. Al
the night there, anrd ivdBuilding, area Baptist Brotherhood mem
two meals each." The first Sunday in Novm- bears have ben asked to attend
____________________________ ________ m, ____________ --- -- --.---* ----- *I


Church Directory


GAnes CHURCE C t(Ida disL. NW ad Blvd., oervie. 1
Advat ChIche First Christian Church, SWes 11 a.m. and 7:3 p'm.
e Ave. t M th SL, service at Tinty Methodist Cureh
Advent Crtan h h NW tb Ave., services at
NE 1st St., service at 11 ajmi" ta S, e 9 m. and 11 am.
and 7:M p ..Serad Un.
SChristia n S cice Chmur F Ch 4rdat ndi
Umbarger Memorial Advent SW St., service at 11 am. nit thols urch, 1
Christian, 1th St. at 4th Aw, e l n scA11evi at 8:
kr O fl and 11 am.
services at 11 a. and 7: chr of rist, 5 N. W. Melrose Methodist, services at
pa t St., services at 1 an.m. ~ii a and t 7: p.m.
Alliane arhe 6:3 pm. Orange Creek Methodist, US-

First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor Northeast urch of Christ, north of Hawthorne mo
ip at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 418 R Univ. Ave., Bible st in worship at 9:3 a.m.
NE 9th St., 7:3 p.m. Service at 10 a., worship services at
637 SE 1st Ave. a.m. anm d pm.. i Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
Assembly of G Tlirty.-nth Avee ur r-Dy Saint, SW Fifth
First Assembly of God, Waldo f Christ, 11 NW. 3 ve, Sunday school 10 am,
Road, services at 11 a.. a services at 9 a.m. and 6:15 sacrament meeting, 0 pm.
7:3Np. p. NaP.P ren
:3 ptm. U 'versity Av e lrh f st lrch of the Nazar-
First Baptist. 42W. Univ. iat 1 Univ.. Ave., se .3 SE Ave.services
4.. worship services at U at 11mun. ad it :45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
m rshper a t Srce, 6: pi. I~Tity Church of the Nazar
a.m. and 7:30 p. d SA.: pm. pm. w f the Sa., w-r
Calvary Baptist Church Srib, t. A oNW -st Ave., services
15th St., services at 1 aI Church of God, Haw rm 11:00 a.m. and :3 p.m.
and 7:30 p.. Road and Third Ave., mor iUniversity Ave. Church of th
Carol Estates Baptist llg worship, 11 .m., ue lol Nazarne, 35 W. Univ. Ave.,
Church, 1428 NE ath Pc service, 7:. ise at 10:45 am. and 7:3
services at 11 a.m. and 7:31 !iee
pm. Epiopal Center, Chapel 1 N ideaM mnait al
Eastide Baptist Church 1 the IanatM 15W. Un. West Side Christian Church,
E. Univ. Ave., 11 am. and 7: Ave., HDay O mnina at I meetig at Gainesville Little
p.m. s morning prayer at Tatre, a NW l ith Ave.,
Faith Independent Baptit am. Fis Saday Holy Coa- i service at 11 anm
Chrch, NW 31st Ave. at T Bi Holy TMial, Mit I NE lit St, Presiby
Tr., services at 11 a.m. ad Hol Commonn at :3 aJ Wst Presbyterian Chrch
7:0 p.. mun at 11 Am. i SW 3rd St, services at U
Forest Park Baptist, 10 morqingprayer at 9:3 and 1L a a and 7:31 pm.
NW 5th Ave., services at U lris' unday Holy Cou ioM raie Presbyterian Cr
a.m. and 7:45 pn. at.11 a NW 13th St, service at U
Gainesvile Pritve Bp- St Mithel's, I NMihpper j
ist urch, S SWah SL at Ar toad, Holy Cnmmunia at 8:3 lads Praesyterin r-
her Road, service at U a. ., d y service at $:30, d 1 NE th Ave., service
North Centraln Baptt morning prayer at 1l am. on a 1 a.m ad 7:3 pm
Ca a NWl h Ave., -lIt and ad ldays, Holy nCom- ipa Pa aresby trl
vie at :n and 11 am., and mmuiona m d and th Sudays. urch, Are r oad pat
:3 pm. Mas W ica Center, service at 11
Oak Hm Baptist, I NW t El P, SW Ar-a
S bw ,I.. _


AW., m wr wnr mup ":cher Rd., erves a 11 am.
ad 11. evening devices aad 7:3 pa.
7:3 both Sunds and Wed Hi a A
tOda s. auevile Drive-In canc,
Oak Pa k Bap hn ai Roa rvi
SkeArchr d., services la 8
9:6 ad 11 am.ad 7:3 pm. The Sr a m1, 18 NW
.SdwA ad 7:* p wed b St, Sv emlrc atam. .awi
day. 7: p.m
Palvikw BapWt, mK 3 W __.._
1N SLt, worship reni t 11 mhm A' wl m hm
am. and 7:1S nm. IiS i S di
Pbe GrQoW a" aUNCdh is
Sa a NW 3tA. A t ner ,, m b :1
11 a ad 7:3 pm. UIm.
R-dview BNaptSt ef ( ab ULmr QwfL 1
NW 19 SL, Sricat 11 NW M1 A, wmr v at 89O
ma Od Iap. a di.a
Wet Baptist cku* Gt Lutkera
a NawAyt a ni t M It t, .


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a t if am. m V A
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1 ML YIpM. a aM t M T*Op&
OtYAU.-dIrL PW rlhlX U N
S B Labc a


tos and losing of chur .
The Movement for Christian
Action, headed by The Rev.l
Mael Viera, exiled Methodist
pastor now in Tampa, told the
council in Geneva, Switzerland,
;hat Protestants "have been per-
secuted, first in subtle and silent
ways, later openly, and always
in a systematic and implable
way by the Communist regime."
About 0 per cent of Cuba's
Protestant churches are closed,
it was repoed.
Under new Cuban relation
unpublished aut relayed to Prot-
stat ministers, Rivas said no
person under 18 can become a
church member, printed matter
such as Bibles or church notices
cannot be distributed, church
groups must register as associa-
tions rather than as churches,
lists of person making church
monetary pledges must be fur.
nished the government and.re
ligious activity outside temples
is forbidden.

NC Baptist

To Feature

Men's Day
Today is "Baptist Men'
Day" at North Central Baptis
Church. Six laymen of te
a church will speak at the 8:30
and 11:00 a.m. hour of worship
three men at each service, on
- the topic, "The Ideal Pastor.'
SAt the evening worship hou
the pastor will speak on the
subject "'e Ideal Congreg
tion."
Speaking at the 8:3 am. ser
vice will be Jack Gamble, Rob
art Jordan and Byron Salter
At the 11 amn. worship service
speakers will be Dr. Zane Pal


ier, Elton Smith and T. B
Conrad.


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1st Presby.


SPlays Music
To Conduct Melrose Revival ofAmerica


MsI0E Dr. H. Tom Eplinind te creed behind
e, asr d f the Fi t Bap his church's membership rec
it COrcb of Lart Oh., odDr. Wiles said, "If
win be the visiting preacherurch is to fulfillthe New
for a revival pror at theTest amet fui t mt i tbe
S t Cht in eevantgelei spir4 mission
ary in practice and cooperative


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Dr. WOn s"1er l in his Services at Eliam Baptist L l 1
present paorate for the past Church begin Wednesday night .
I1 years, and has established at 7:M with Thursday, Friday
phenomenal record there. Du- Saturday's services sched- .!
ing these years the church has led for10am. and :p. m.
Sunday's services will be at 11
received 90 new members, am. and 7:3 p.m.
with more than 3,00 of these The Eliam pastor, fr. Oland
received upon a profession of Wilson, has extended an invita-
faith and for baptsm. tion to the folk of the Gaines-
ville area to share in these ser-
Sunday School enrolhent vices.
der Dr. Wiles is now 3,5 and As a related event the 33 Ba
the Sunday evening Training Un List pastors of the Santa Fe Ri-
ion has an average attendance e Asoiation have been e- ues minister, Dr. Wiles, will
specially invited to attend the ,- "
of almost irt Baptist day morning service speak at a pastor's luncheon
u Lwton, now has a 10 o'ok, according to Dr. Wil. canned in his honor at the i.
membership ore than Following the service thebam Church.


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Oak Hill Baptist

Calls New Pastor
The Oak Hill Missionary Bap-
fist Church, located at 800 NW
Mth Ave., has called Rev. Wil-
iam S. Saunders pastor.
Rev. Saunders i from Mid-
dleburg, Fla., ad he nd his
family have taken reside
here. T Sanders' have four
cidren.


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Music of American compos-


ers will be presented today at
born the morning and the even-
mng services of the First Pres-
byterian Church in recognition
of the "Parade of American
Music" of the National Feder-
&aiun of Music.Clubs.
The hymns for the services
hiue been selected from tht
riensive heritage of Americai
ranodv, while the organ mu-
.r has been drawn from the
Sr ks of contemooran' compos-
erf This annual Februar) ob.
wr ance is ot national charac-
tr with schools. churches and
civic music organizations
throughout the country empha-
sizing the importance of Amer-
ican music in our culture.
At the 11 a.m. service the


choir will sing the anthems
"God Created Mn," by John
Boe, and "Wondrous Love," a
Southern folk hymn arranged
by Paul Chrlstiansen. The ser-
vice will begin with the in-
'troit, "Praise Ye The Lord."
by Leonard Cooper Blanton. for.


.ayltua J mfat4uL t vvvuaul mer assistant minister of t!'e
church. Organ music b\ FrAd.
Trinity Church of the Naza-School. WMTC a 5000 watt erk Jacobi and Rm u ger .
rene, 92 NW 31st Ave., will radio station a farm, --ut-sions will be presented by Wil.
have a special service Tues-stations and grade schools ts Bodine, director of music
day night at 7:3 with Dr. Le- throughout the Kentucky moun-
la G. McConnell, president and tains. At the 7:30 p.m. service the
founder of the Kentucky Moun- Accompanying Dr. McConnellMinute Men, under the direc-
tain Holiness Association, as will be Miss Archer, vice pres- tion of Lester Hale and Roy
guest speaker. ident- and a ladies' trio from Tew, will lead the congregda
Under her leadership the as-'the high school there. tion in hymns of Fanny Cros-
sociation has grown to include The pastor, Rev. C. E. Lang-'by Margaret Merchant, organ-
the Kentucky Mountain Bible ford, announced the meeting is ist, will present organ muse
Institute, Mt. Carmel Highlopen to the public. iby William Stickles.

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
GAINESVJLLE, FLORIDA
CORDIALLY INVITES YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS TO A

FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Entitled: "Chnstoin Science: The Way To Understanding Happiness, and
Heolng "


Membership of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
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thdid you do a mpdent rmh jobbefe gire adi
BlabIl A Dellqmur"?
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dMy iemr Rnd: an oftam ws t to sm
by a Ceap rmrir, anwdi SSftm h1 e Da
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pmaed therwle, I ra t verb, ad e U lL My
PMiry purse is uimg the im ato hina t my
rdn, me to apprid the satr. I hom lne hear frmw
I nreders, each arlig aihlp t ( "ln Rule" o a
diemat *me. If the Btim Potes Deparamt dl mt
orikghat ok I hkpe t he real d r w sp rt, make
iself h m ud acept my aiigm. And m I m e-
inded of appopriato k(I tl w It whom): "here
i,1 eat to am e auI d p al emM ul tom
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7: I Living Wes
7:0 a Reigi i Rdevat
7:X U Gslp Cmrv
r: a Gopel ksa
SSem. George Sa
i8:5 S Speard
Bdod
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a a*swee.nea
9:a nrcU Ms'e Dan
a opedTbe
Tgeter We WoMip
Ia :W Wre Service
0 Lamp Usto My Fee
SSouethe Bapdrt tW
I1:M a t bs The UIf
a Frtien of Fo
11: I ag USA.
0 Churh Service
*Ba dJney
11:1 U Fligkt
SBamy Ad Cedl
12:8 Revval
Operation 1M: Yew
Income Tax

12: W Oral oerts
0 Movie
'bhose Were the Days.
W'ina Hoden, B
Granville.
"The Golden Idol."
Johny Sfield, A
Khtbell.
1- O rhistofre
IM a Frers of Faith
2:1 Star Ad ne Story
Sloan
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c) am Yt rttesT
WASHINGTON Lfe will
not be easy for the president'
husband, or, as hi will dubt-
less be called, the First GeO-
Tbe Secret See Is bound
to object to letti him run off
to work each day, even f the
electore should tolerate a
Chef E tie whose husband
had e foot in te White Hote
and t he her i a private bu
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"Acrou the Pacifi."r
Humprey Bogart, Mary
Astor.
4:3 IO Wanerful
WrM ed GeV
I: 1 W Khbgio
OAI And Harst
1 a SO a arin t For
GE Ciep bwl
1: Tw etw Cell
E eS The Pres
(Color) Guests: GOP co
r a lead e Sen.
Everett M. Dirks of
Illinois and Rep. Charles
Halleck e o Indiana. Their
frequent Jt appearances
on TV have been dubbed
*"T1 Ev and Charlie
Show."
1:a a News, Wather
sprt
S Master R
Miyoshi Umeki in "Ed
Joins the Peace Corps.
Ed is upset when Wilbur
spends all his time talk
ing to a Japanese ex
change student Carol
third a a secretary.
7:0 3 B Daaea
S Patty Duke
Slashie
7:3 a Dty's WalN
(Cdor) "Bristle Face
Clusion Jace Landes'
canine companion has now


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DA ABBY: My brother datis to be a religious man, but
when Ih does bb chor (he s a farmer) be bats h ai-
msisa l ulm fy it woud make you sick to watch him. I
aw h clb a poor ld cow so bad one day I actually cried
for her. Another tim, I aw him kck a newborn calf halfway
acroa the barn for rean at all. He ao kicked a pg
r the lyuth untl t bled just because it wouldn't wait uil
he had put all the food in the trough. This same brother can
quote passages from the Bible as good as any preacher. I go
to church, but I don't attend as regularly as he does. He
wouldn'timiss a service for anything. Now what kind of reli-
gion do you call that? NO NAME PLEASE
DEARNO NAME: our brother may be exposed to religion
ad eveA preach it, bat l't praciad it. It's difficult to
believe that a an wh i as familiar with the word of the
L ldd cdd behave a Lbhmn ely to my f Gad's crieres. I
thk bhe'eeds to hve Mhs ead eamn d.
I


learned to unt foxes,
but' doesn't know when
to u (0 min.)
SMyFareite Martia
8:L U Sa m-Vilri
1:1a go rie l
:m Juody Garan
agbomas 1
(Color) '"The GentlemanI
from New Orleans." A
Sclais to be the
rican pirate
and hemo Jean Lafitte,
but he stays i jil-
until Hoss bails n out.
0:0 a Candid Camera
Julius La Rosa becomes a
Yonkersmaima; a cab
driver finds a customer
has baby carrige jam*
air hammers keep a man
from sntin iportant
information over: a pay
Pho; :and a itcase
full 'of stoleni goods"
breaks en in a hotel
lobbit
ai0Our Man a The

10:3 Wbat's My Ume?
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SMovie
MONDAY MORNING
.Wm A7rERN60N
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1:5 Spu M AhnMua
:a Word C, vlzat
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SNews
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1:5 a 8 Nes
t1e 0 Wlrt For Wod
O ILove wy
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S Price hb t
11: 8 WMissing LUnks
a Pet Ad Gladys
Elementary Science
11 a G First Imlressis
torw)
[ Love Of Life
U High Schd Chemistry
12:5 0 News
12:0 6U Tnrth
Comsequences
0 Search For Tomorrow
2: 8 G0 idg Light
a Lets S eakSo
Ia:s as Nm
12: 8E News
1:E a Nm
S Mdday
SLocal New
1:5 G Match Game
1:5 8 femu-Iterview
SLeerY Escribir
1:3 G Scince
0 As The Workd Tras
SEdelerd
2:G Iet's Make A Deal
aPamssd
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2: 8 Doctors
a Huse Party
3: E lettast Yeng
OTo Tell TheT&
3:5 News
3:9 8 U Ye Don't Say
8 Edge Of Night
4N Match Gam
SSeret Shm
S Pop s Pals
4:5 8 News
4:0 8 Bans ad AOea
SoYe BearI
U Movie
"The Big Tip-Off."
Richard Conte, Bruce
Bennett.


Ifeha a ma who s thecourse, uilthe county will sert his personality in limited
be afs, he may are hm- have Its .First Gemleman ways. If he is so inclined, be
Sef for awle by mdecoratingh a bi gt's chin *p strokers my popularize obsecuresport
the Wh our, but ev this give Se Marrt Cbase lke polo and speak out for e-
wou bea polDticay A SAith ite ance to come erise, as Prince Philip has
presidell want to thak pidentthi year and in done in a similar situation in
twic bs i the omotr a casa% ace Mr. th is ib and.
taowthat tF irdlntGlilMa wiow, 'the firit, gelean He wi ave to et ratherex
is to at ham waterIad problem would nt ar but cited about the drama o char-
sil wa hmgisp ad lE bl ca oddc is a l.tone f, be photographed occasion-
ator a bs be is at te ao al w dm's route to the al in confeence with his ta
pot pue. WhiteHo e. lo, aetertan the congresswo
Women' voters already out. men's husbands periodically at0
Itis just matter of tme, of number men by 51i,0Rk tea in the White House and
which is houghrto return a lady nake fairly rular appear-
a landslide should the women in coal mines
1 T I L i 0 veon*. ll is h be It would not do for hLumto
I" it *0B.1t arl tppe up at th White House0 d
e rd woanmm p m to make his sar of apt
w be e tdd by te It pear ances. Tht wouldstart
ma who' 4't care .q m geic goaip that a is a driE
Is p I a hat lats $ bg WOnBothe sowhand, too
AVteo. nWSmi 'is iNMy public appearances
L to aid t wrld start pu gossip that
It NOWNe ISi; Af l he is a gadabout who wil not
', w .accept ,. stay home and look after the
IWh ho time comes, It i bl
ohmhl Sw'ift o) wn? me use coe,) children whiehs wde is tryng >4
We te be much harder ooma theto rtcotry
DW t. B ubnd s. Tnm a He wowld haveto get used to13
LI a Urn doWiuta In thtieft
.a plam.m d are b he$fat A e a
UAla AI Ma wil ld haw Muc h in aft o r hn "t0m _- e t10
4. 0 t LUksd pU mm ar the um imWe Hmb as smeens3la
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mut. U3'Wm Y k bW -n"idb
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MIAMI tear-"-iv. Li "No" replied C"dra. '"He tDiE i r
titde dueto fog ad hae,'re thought I as jst other ar as a ice atn opera
the accident report "Mied quack" afor, Dene M nork wau r
lading in nea cny al. Spudi "ntm's eough of that, Ce pried Fridy with e motar-
d duck a to 45 mph in 3mle lo," taM te sergeant "r s request. y use WMD,
VOW, ithat doka' t the Human t the *
The report was submied by"i e aIked McCornick to are r
Officer Ros W. Ceah, after he; it thne-maMtfltod n.
ivestited a acodent report-' t
ed by Leonard Blom, 32, of F.0ourdev m l m obscmk in pr he
"Miami. vat employment a related to r
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Bloom said he was rivig
north on a realidtial street
wbtt the rnd-be black aM d
white feared dock crashed
through the windhield d
landed in the back seat.
Bloom estimated damage a o u r w e
Bloom estimated damage at no w hnw W M. h m-iAn. c Irt


Cefalu noted on his report that
force was used to remove the
intruding duck from Bloom's
car. He was asked whether the
duck caused any trouble en
route to headquarters.


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GAINESVILLE Srx PIrmEWORI CONTEST I'LES


1. The pine lor the ernret hita.io to thu Suoday' PRIZETOl
1PU'LE will be I. H ao correct M olut a eu Wtived ifh this SUat'
p: n.P Iten IBl prn mowr twill be added o set weeksI n S.
asng w.t eek'i prt. m.


2. I ase waft eaI t has bMen a -.KmBdeMlTr es ierebr ao 1.
ri t l t a* fr te pre days., a extra beaat o f sIN w be added It
Exllfanations lfl l -t th e e cmet PuIme I v dived from om-neUde lUte wi,
the h1 a will be av*d =Ms Sm.
El.,n a 3S. SUn wl ply at leas ea5 week tor the o w-rctt %o'%4
Explat of SOme of last PnizeRw Pt'o E. It mare the one corse t oman to a w,1
Sunday's more difficult clues:hw. e is rer1led, the Pner money wrl dnldrd eqalb amo. thow
sumtmos ttlsthe collectt waUtsOnf, a
ACROSS t
4 Solve the clue a oU '\u ul a"y r :ooo' p.,e It tertine tro i
3. SHIPPED not chipped. They S each c the on ',I o. tink bes l,;s ,e czx dfinte n i t: oit


are, in any case. "ouite eas-
ily SHIPPED." Whether or
not they 'are easily chipped'
depends on what they are


the poule or use a good erctue a hand dra n fi. m im;; M-ch .ctc 1T
oieen'rwi se I saer r~mero ltutos .lt 11. t 1 a.pri'.b' Ti' cm'e'
based on skill. The dreciso of the wjlder be firi a: d a'l cmn','
an.s taking part mit agree, to accept t, iKe, c: ', 5 a cN, 1l:11on of I*,-
try. All entries become the pnipe~r of the (Canress!e Pabhishin( and Mne can be returned


made of and this the clue s Anyon. except .employ. o the CGaes,u PuOuhng Compan) iiA
does not indicate. their fmiis y ay eer hu contest
S7. ROCKS not docks or locks I. A.r sw have lued i the apu*., puS e at the back oa tour-cent
i "ADD to the danger pMseard. Mail it om na P r ol polate to Priword Pete. Gia
SADD to the dangers im- irl Sun, P. 0. Box. S. Gaesile. ors, or britn it to the Gai-
plies that "dangers" already ci r culation Depanca Ooe1, 101 SE d2n Plac. Alt entrl .
pliestha y. -Ito be e llg /ilotr the riz m. W b weewed it te Gainesvlle hun o4iel
exist, favoring ROCKS. Docks 1t latr au Weoned, at a a.m. We a ar re ponsbie or c*r e
and locks a hae hardly danger-l .edsaye so" mas Ets. ~e o e mee ol caot W
0 Th ere can he a o .arrpo or wtelolioe earlls marei s t
8. BRUISER not cruiser. The 'ca t. Each render may .obi t s ot m erth FIaVE cntrie* in eac
phrase, "MAY BE capable." weeas .l"".
is more apt regarding box- A oy t~he Ga b vile sun me bhe examined free or chare, 9
the Circulation Department of the Gainvale. Run at 101 RE bd P!aef
ing and a BRUISER. De-, GawCt nie.. ains result lefi boun .
spite his size, he could be wIane, is ad correct iluin to bs Su soda PRLIE.wo
hopeless as a boxer. "In a Pt' e E will e aMoweed ansl new PRIZEwoUR P-ZZLE publiIshd a
aest Switaa's Gaaneville D.
fair conflict," the heavy ar- the r r r
S10. e GamiVUl Sua ervm tht rit to coret an typographical
mament of a ruiser is "cap- ernrs aGy rr ont"r. whMt my apear t pablihed maternal
able of inflicting a knockout cma tin tm 1 thi con W .
blow" of, at least, one enemy
ship.
). HEMP not help. "A drug Puzze NO. 3
addict NEEDS" help and
"might need HEMP."
14. ACT not art. Unlike the case' Clip and Poste on a 4c Postcrd
of ACT. there is no clear line "- -- ....-..-- .......--- -----
between "amateur' and pro- '
fessional art Much excell- S P
ent "amateur art" is done -
without direct commiss io n.l 1 G' IN 0. '
Thus, "is not likely to be par-: L E E F '
ticularly good" is truer of
ACT. Eir EE S A
15. SHIN not chin. SHIN is
more directly apt The
"bruise on" the chin wouldT
be due to the fall: not to the
"trip" itself. Kf IE I IL
18. BAR not car. Merely "may
well END UP by going a E N T B E
sprawling on the road" I "" i _
suits BAR better. A man
flung out of a car "may well I |
end up" badly hurt, rather
than "by going sprawling on E SS A G
the road," which implies that f l
he is conscious but has lost C. j O. \ rI
his balance. 114 ELL-McCLU RE SYNDICATE
21. DECK not neck. The chie is If you are not now a home-delvered sub-
more reliably true of DECK. scriber and would like to have The Sun
In certain vessels the ma- started, oleas check box. Extra Bonus for
home-delivered subscriber, See Rile No. 2
trial is THICKEST at the
neck. Name
23. GALES not games. The
clue implies that these "ARE Street Number
dangerous" lit being merely
a question of "to what Cit Sta Ph",
extent"i. GALES, therefore,


is more firmly apt t I
games, since the clue g
no indication as to the
of games implied.
25. LYING not dying. Her
tainly won't like it, if the
tient is LYING," but
may well accept the inev


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Mail t: Prisewr CeaU
The G Ilmine Sk
In 57, GoliMill, Fla.


CLUES ACROSS:


mtly uo a certain patient y-
ing. In such a case, there' 4. Store.
would be no real question of 6. In a storm, -- a capsized boat might not be easy
his being "unhappy." Also. 9. The number of electrical components m a modern -
the clue word, "obviously," might surprise you.
suits LYING better. 11. A man who's to do odd jobs for the folks around can
X. WISELY not widely. "It's" can be accounted a good neighbor.
quite "possible for a faulty 12. In engineering, for instance, every new may show
principle to be widely appli- certain advances.
ed." out of generalmisguided Following or adjacent.
ness; but "it" can "hard-15. Crippled.
ly be WISELY applied." 17. It's quite common to sel it by weight
DOWN: 18. It would be unusual for complete stingers to be invite
2. SKIMPING not skippin personally to .
Since there are times when .2 Portable shelter o cava
certain jobs can quite justifi-22. Inet associated with honey.
ably be skipped by anyone 23. May possibly indicate what he wants by signals.
SKIMPING is the stronger 26. It may lead to you having a rather rough time.
answer. 27. Where large ships are concerned, little work may be ac.
4. HERD not hero. The clue complished around when latter are crowded
word "great," superfluous UES DOWN:
for hero, is very apt of
HERD. 1. It's obvious enough if a bolt has been -
5. PRIG not prim. "OFTEN, 2. Feminine pronoun.
tee something starchy3. Sek hi own -- on TV could give man a strong
(defined as: "tift; formal; fet.
ubendig") abut a PRIG," 5. Bui ae, you'd naturally want to know how old it is.
ertaly. A prim tpe is typ 7. In a play, it's unlikely to be the real thing.
icaBy "starchy." What the average man may possibly never happen to have


8. EVER not even. "Nobody occa to hby.
EVER thinks of helping him" 1. Some, of course, are much more formidable than others
simply means that "nobody 14. Having been a boy may well run to father for sym;
help him," which is apt.' pty.
"Nobody even THINKS of I More than one man
helping him" tires the em-iU. Short for "Abraham."
pair oon to e crue of L. Not vry sog.
peol's kim eae; th Hl am ca h erdy be a handeap to him.
has nothing tdo wi bowl l Hd ovm m ey.
"hl M Ibr" te "b." Objct df gnt value.


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1kr stb II, r ledI! I- toi*onaralem hwll rd lt Who I tWek 6,
aer m omthe eMl favw tmbbs pnile fa neilbas to my hoolm21m,.
S"Tarm's Lamst" "The thrat orth Cral Fr- 'we blend voices ad sing
kha Sto mp" ad ie Ila. Ad my jaes are adu- Priword Puzzle folk nme-
Pnimurd Pnde Hotchn." Id for tlkr des. Last weekiho knows? Perhaps it well
he r needed updt tod they checked W pates, l boae hit and skyrocket m
t ti week's Pneword Pdle' rret imfa l little group to fima
rI. t I -...Mi ..ea u am W I Thad at of m W fdk- e'l amil urals dte


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ieia thi coolemt for al*
'i Dygeneral
Die c at are so eaeil
matcedu as psonabe, ow-
IIi and deneic
vba that tb re wei ma
bCi aed by the ue y mtak
ort political factor
or example, even the short
pod ofcumbency befo
the May 5 pr
SrmaY lives


Su*dy Feury 2, I 4



ey General B

negotiator, with i0,I of b hter) ito B&a
state moey o d&ispeM, to get how the am ithe-
m fmb waer for the Iays. f tet rgArd lmnt has
ad was depleted as expe beea matter erab
f the eege blding inac- atre here, th local polls
t being cited in lort sof
Tl and otw stri were wvwa, but thheKyq Fir
qpnt fm the route opiol coat my p a mes
- average e a day sck u reasably ccr


hcnambtss sme i reper m Mde for Kyane gramrooe
t rpsfor advke frm t bi t f it t be a
lie i als.The opinit le Iasbled the in-
a w have ben dirtlied i 0 whi Goverr


James W. mog t ewne hre, ad
Cracker Kynes Jr. a generally each s worth writing
terrific advan- about.
P iti ae tU a publci- However mch a over
Sty. Similaly, ald cabinet may diaree
State Repre-among thbmelves, there as
sentative Earl been a tdey troug the
Faircloth's Miyears to oe ranks against
atd residence may win him outsiders ad to strengthen the
Q frm those who M traditi n of Cabinet iuer-
th e areas have ability at the po s. (nly
barn shotchaned in goen- two incumbents ever have be
m tal reresentaton. d ed.)
Just about whatever lyes the late, revered Coomi-
P a attorney general makes oe of Agrilte Natha
. and he is getting cosl Mayo ce camtioved a new-
ble experienced help cmer to the Cabinet: Here,
Itkqn up ways o identl we're for incambenas."
il himself with desirable Inevitably, inheritsti
tlr. public uina of the Bryant ad.
ynes has assured Floridians ministration, for he served as
thit he will continue the anti- executive assistant through
vabling policy of his pre-ree years (and, prior to tht,
densor; was named Cabinet as campaign manager ad tr-


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NEXT: "MAN'S FAVORITE SPORT?"


Bryanbed the several tbheo
sand appointSe huas made


Lace


Is


Interesting


to paic fe. l rt, or left mcme the
This argimat rit at Dietlh altgma?
liat bt i da Fit, what Wl KyS ar a canldate
is the atI ade o the prem- in the ame section even f for
ably ga ir mar ofd a dffe et office, can the
pie who wre qpoina sd, a charge d being Bryt's
reppodka felt they dmred "arown pic" be mad ad e-
the pbe, we performing a festively against Dicnson? O
plic serve ad hence owed the mn side, yes will be
m debt of political gratitude drawing money and energies
Other newsmakig names from their mutual friend which
Efd their way nto KynFair- otherwise would have gone to
doth speculation For example, Dirklno.
that of red 0. (Bud) Dickin- Could the unrelated candida-
oi Jr., of West Palm Beac, cies of two Dade counting
now a candidate for governor.Faircloth and Miami Mayor
Has the Kynes candidacy helploert King High, be regarded


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Development



4udit Finds Il

TAIUAHASSEE '(AP)- The tract
Fl Comi- T report
sion money appropriate erats for
for tos ty t regu- ing Jine ,
lar workers, State ud Er- these pobs:
nest h said ay. at the
S l rei gular em repairs on a


plye to be paid m salary
approriations a places re-
striet on salaries.
Elisonsaidan altof thebig
states showed cases i
himheployes ee switched
from gular a ll jobs to sep
aate trcts and returned to
the parol when t ran
o u t r
S were founn which 17
pa d part their pay
from salaries a


oosaid the ittorney en-
al pd el such' arrange
ment strongly indic employ-
ment nd not ba fie con-


Commission



irregularities


*on c mii op.n
the 31 aots eod-
SI a made

nmmiaia paId for
leased airplane al-


though its contract provided for
the plane owner too py for all
repairs.
That the commisaon contract-
ed for froie orane e con-
centrate at .50 a case for the
period Sept. 1, 13, through
June i, i, but the low bidder
raid the price to $11i a cae
Feb. 5 and to 15 a case May
2. By the ad of the contrt,
the commiaion paid $3,341 more
for orange juice than it would
have paid under the low bid
price.
That it received authorization
to buy a station wagon for ,25W
but that the delivered vehicle
had five extras costing $1.8


i
Don't th.e big sale of mew hm
Iad egi boa odtay at Hglalud Cort
Miordl Fr de al., a Kirkpatrick &
Pesu a ad tbe f closed sactios


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Lot's More in '64!


SEE HURRICANE LL DRIVEl in
eight big show Fe. 4 thru 9. A t~ill.
a-minut as rivers narrowly Ails
death at hightspeeds right before
your eye. Grndstand set on 'le
now.




now

SEE nORIDA INTIINATION L
CENTER with Ipectacular displays
from France, holy Finland, Japbn
ond egium. See 1th annual Florid
Bectdel Expoitio...tIneor a
Orchid Show...Amean Ir h us
Show...Jued Art Ex hibton us
special exhibit f 0 original Au
bona gpvings:of Florida birds and
'ed*al I AhL NEW WOMitS
WORLD... a display of fabiasn


and women's handiwork in all nem
settings. Exciting I
SEE BIG CAR CHAMPIONSHIP
AUTO RACES, February 5, 8, 9, 12
and 15...Enjoy yourself on Royal
American's giant, midway...SEE
Quarter Hone Show...Slate and
County Exhibits...Chmpion Dairy
and tef Shows and sales... Fat
Stock Show...Poultry and Rabbit
Shews
SEE 1I TIME CHAMPIONSHIP
10010. Its the wildest show in the
Wsti Tommy Steinrs RCA Rodeo
with Champion cowboys riding for
the big money. Ioughl Toughl Eight
big shows Feb. 10-15. Grandstand
seats on sale now


SEE STONEY BURKE IN PERSON.
JACK LORD will sr at each rodeo
performance in person-plus the
Frontiersmen. Be sure to reserve
grandtand tickets arlyl


,1


which were not included in the
auipthoation.
That two employes were paid
mileage of $5.5 each for trav-
eling together in a privately
owned airplane.
That the commission made au-
merous purchaa of printing as
an emergency without competi-
tive bids, and sometimes before
receiving authorization to make
the emergency purchase.
The auditor said that the com-
mision had niproved its pro-
cedres for buying during the
closing months o the audit pe-
riod.
CommI Chairman Wen
del Jarrard, given an opportu-
nity to answer the critical com-
mnts, did nt challenge any.
He said most of the technical
findings were corrected before
the audit period ended.

Critic of China
ROME (AP) Italian Com-
mmunit party leader Pal
Togliatti has criticized Red Chi-
a for attacking Yugoslavia's
independent form of commu-
nism.
The Italian Communist lead-
er returned recently from a vi.
it with President Tito of Yugo-
slavia.


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LAST TIMES TONIGHT
SMIRTHFULI '
*A MAGICAL
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CUBS
EXTA FIATUM
RICOARD JEAN
BURTON SIMMONS


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as any substantial number of
voters as a sectioal ph to es-
tablisha Capitol beachhead?
High is a candidate for go -
nr.
A. Worley Bown, chairman
of Bryant's Industrial Commis.
Si, spent the better part
of three years in what appeared
to be preparations for a cam-
pain to aset State Treaur
er J. Edwin Larson. Brown has
turned over his know-how to
Kynes now but Brown's person-
al ambition may still be sim-
mering and the will be another
election for state treasurer just
two years from now.
Faireloth was a law partner
of Claude Pepper for several
years after Pepper was retired
from the U. S. Senate. This as-
sociation was dissolved in 1955.
Both Kynes and Fairdoth
have a statewide network of
friends from their University of
Florida days. Each was promi-
nent on the campus. Certainly
one of Kynes' assets is his wife
Marjorie, whose late father, Le-
land W. Hiatt, is well remem-
bered as director of the Uni-
versity's alumni association.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
SThe ual meeting .1 the msen
of UAWd Commualty ued of fGrater
Galservl will be kla4 on Miday
Fesu I 11,4 1 t 4 p rI. I Guiran-
ty Federal Savinu d Low Aeii.
tb Bidaiga. m North Mai m ltet.
Galinevle. Florida. Tbe purp of
this Mats is lr the teoan of Di.
net an officers and the transae.
dsan Ma o er M hI as may
fMe bifad tk meeting. All eoarl-
baton t.e re a members ad
*i tovtd to ia thsmi meetg.
C. WE irr,
Executive Seebry
(MM) Lit. M; 3: 23
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO JIM V. BRADLEY
Address tUnlk
No. 11 u
YOn hereby etOad that a uwit or
divorce has been fild agaiut you by
CARMIE MAE BRADLEY. Plaintiff, In
the Cirmit Court of Alacha County,
Florida, In Cncery, ad you am a-
qred to serve opy of our Aswter

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th CAu of the Circuit Court at Gainsla-
i., Florida, on or belonr the Ith day
of January A. D., 1lN4; otherwise, the
sllegatlis of sa caplnalt wl Ibe
take .as confused by you.
DATED tins nth day a December A.
D.. 1MS.
J. B. CARMCHAEL.,
aClk f the Ccui Curt
Alachua County, Florida
BY: MARTI WR ITWORTH
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Ua o.rc l ta.
I Use a a Nwade .

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

a LM .w me
N4 Wateri Pr" fty
N SCoaps P"EAWl




RENTALS
44 Cees pw
Ie Sraifor sat il.

A41 ih. e taI .
31A Rited TE IRd
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SEVICE

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II11 MALE HELP WANT
LEGAL Ucretar. A. 2. Adkel.
Jr.. II I.W. Sid .. m Umi.
WANTED eM waltr. Apply
Ia pfle I th he bd waitrci
Hotel Thomas bl 7 A M.
aid I P.M., or from 4 PM.
to I P.M. NO TELEPHONE
CALLS.
MIR. HOUSEWTIFE U ou Kate
pare time, II j need eun
uOas. you cn eairn right now
a your own mallhbhoold sow.
las flu Avon prnduts. Can
Mn. BuM I FR 241U
SALESLADY DEORATUOR
Newest most modern furniture
store In Northcental Fla. has
open for experienced ale
decorator with emphasis on
ales. Opportunity hnHed
only by your Imagination sll.
laas US work and leai and
delire to me: ahead Degree
aet au important as experience
aSd above qualification. Cal,
Mr. Oakley, 1-4431 for apple
EXPERIENCED
STENOGRAPHERS
Sperry has desirble positions
available r experience stne-
graphersI ith developed icre.
aerial skills, tartlng salary
deterined by prior exper-
kIse. with Increase bated o
regularly scheduled work per-
fonnance reviews. PromotiOnal
opportunities. S djy wort
wee,. ExceUent working cn-
ditlen and benefits Submit r-
sum in confldece or tlet-
phone :727.-l, Ext. ., lot
plpoUstment.
Sperry
ELECTRONIC TUBE
DIVISION
SPERRY RAND CORP
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENT
LADY, II1 o 35 for perman
posdtlo. AIrlne world, uplr
lenc preferred Excellent u.
ture wth favorable fringe
beMfri. Wrie to Lox 33
A /i G'vtUe Sun.
WITE or colored Wrld to rre
for 3 children. davIs week
in my home. No other dulie.
15. Apply 161 S E E3rd Place
WANT NEW DRESSS FOR
YOURSELF? WANT 123
WEEKLY? GKT BOTH! Juist



i nare a we. MU! n **
*hew Falitlon Frocks to friends
No lnveslmen. lnvasall or
experience headed Fato
Froks. Dol P-50. Clnch'e




ESTABLISHED TERRITORY
Naf 0. l 4r e


NATrONAL w lor A ineed erina
aget girt t worek 1:2 te 11 t

CaI d ra. iurns. Mt a ashI.


12 Male Help Weed
i ty rouhave a. officee.
perlmace. Call ll.
ESTABLISHED TERRITORY



NOW ptee me J hamr Wa. Col
mens waiting i or Avon Service.
Call Mrs. turns it F 24422.
12 Mete Help Weaded




EXPRIF, NCED rill mat ant.
ad. God aar. Good bs.
Anliy ISperled w terouie
R f Iurut. e4W.e irt -M.
behind Sears. ____





iANTE it. Saiee sstoe
na" route in GsQuavlls.
Age requIrement u-. High
beislbile Awveu iresbie -
owe por wilifl worker me
J.mI Johnsto. or W ill






Carmolte A, nrCa ial D17.

Omacrg penI, s -s I sa.
plS. Pow, 214M. m I 3 ll.
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aU psue
Salary IG rdiaT T quAINlli
tli.. Apply 131 E. University







TAvepue.
Must be sb A .arreR s A
pHil lverm i Garage, 1N S

I|-Help Mile or eash
WANTED NM )IATER Y twe
wool prefers. saker reliable.
t's Casers, r NM NW t
at
.TUOIAmK& .3-1, 14~te.
eU.
IflETAtlEI, -U, I Ta.
es.
TYPIITS, 210. mn "ia
WEiWPTIONi S B1-OOK-
KEWM. 0WO. per. r"al.
d", 2" yr. office t.p
SOOKXEERM, M". cp i
all pakes
MANAGEMENT T I A I N E L
mle
TPUT P prt-time
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ASPAILLA flRAt INVASION

AND PARADE, PMSUARY, 10

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First Show 1:30 P.M.
THE CRAZIEST
FUN SINCE "FLUIIE"


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ABI ef blek ar a ds paort.
tHe M t"the ham b
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la Maur bwk Deew
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s- i tas. aln en
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COMNK=L MPI. AGY.

14-I lP Waded
MAL ECSTAT SULESMAN
ub. alIfn Olw. I= W.
SvMr. AM. 31*


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a N wk lmms Jw
lard howeiisue.neel
SlN l sMt kt IMnmt wl
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avMsee. Mart "Uem m 8.
tMvaici to DbIater. WrMi
pai. pi ta, (fre) hr

Tamp FI n.

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NM Ukdy Nehd mlj ft
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In. wu. x uta )
rn. Lbdl Mum
evrwrilo *r l has- oagaba
ayhr el wMn ot w
we kLto e gnW ISUM
$1UM La 317M c/d GaM-
Vml amaS

IS-Wek Wadid eale

WORK WANTED: austeas.
em tP MeSh. Rinse

WILL do irnin my home.
Phone FR 6-0541.
II cMreelik1Iectls.


1st Lesson Free

mucnu c ac um
21V W. iUt. Afe. n 14
3124m.
8IIAL NOTImc Avialb
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g eaed M aMy aM

mg Pit* @MNOWam
Wedaei laso meI-. BeI
Uslaw. ObaL JIolr CEU~l.
ub kwerMM Audf viuw
yatoa Piun uIIt Irt-
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AvialG. 04 w. ar ehdn a '

TUTORNL a I e alery eI
SJoUs by upuloamM se m*
tar tehaer. Phm PR T-I2.

GET INTO
CIVIL SERVICE WORK!


hea-wtm 1 aid over. Se-
cure JobA. High pay hrt
hean. mAiMesst. Prepare
by bee alidy etr heal. state.
aud Ideral um. Per FE
blmatle wrote Lisulamer
vkei. lme M. W AGaev*e


27 Fed 1 f&tila ie


DAIRY FrTIUIt MM pa
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beLr. Laid. Ni &lc.
BABY talve-milk & tbe rpe
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ee be h to W ,eM. M.
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e I yi. OUI_.A 1- ,
SHORSES ftr sl. Phone
372.7319.
FLA. HmREFORD ASSN.

is BUrn a PRUMAN .
I'-m

W KAITMUN FAT ROCK
$NOW. OCALA. flA
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am -. I to I pa. m Camal-
Ms JapMlea & Ca"melo lam-
au M. a ma,

pr HT&ISUPPL,

aDCL palm hr aal. mae a
S &a. kl wam. Leelase

SID D.0 OeS. 2 yea
Ratred Pointer
SCll FR 2.41713


s. AMC aIt L
m Mlee d L I ad
IM N.W WVu AW.
anus em M. S

WY & MDI lR melo w*
Sh.. Al. Sale, male &f

INCITUl PledlakB. Ala
Airedale a PMmt aeNe.
fTHM Mtraeks plahges Ml M.
lame Sebe me lt

13 Lon ror SAu


2 W Mso" NE MES
L ma3r im AWe. eOL

M ACRB pals. I ive
Awa Gainwi. Low mea
paymnlPb. f n mu.

14 WMeai gsrpoy


IWAN LAE Mi & auss -

Lr as mwam Rer at ftl e
1t1. -I ", prite wwr.
S.ML. Pbha 17N1W teAr
P.M
*--*
WINFRED K.CRAWFORD
34|. BlMmf. pulealin is
LAKE PROPETIS ACRE.
AGE. 23 a"k No. Melts.
GR 5M1.
LFA PLACE wat he t&
& *tg; Caln Ft M4M bh.
m 6 P.M. or ft 2-M -
twa 6:38 & M:M P.M.
TO SETTLE TMATE: 2 b
ae eOrua Lakehaus thr
ieveaspeaa. modeM flt Lma


wllu Mel.Mf. lie m it
Call Mcltebk Sml-eMM

aftd Ihad e lt. r water.
frat m M)Cgna U bOse.
Celrl hut-ar cltIlegI


raw ud at Dek eenh.
Sm utm. MAN ala


is35 H"forle
a NI Jl u ern
We hMi. bIbmaI ilay

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MS


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it in Iurat aM awaN

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PrAd a W ewm

rHF JAMEs CO.
Of bmit u a la.
ft rnfl3,im ansi

Sath. ralleat ath *e
lage. NW l Twre. Pim
CWRAPS iTAN RUOlt: 2-k.
t1aeti. Ia TM. im.
Pynto M0 I1I -.


&B l-bth = -a Twr. Ma
SI pume.
A ald sI*a tgaeHk oM.
Cal PR vaNM.
FOR SALE 9Y OWNER
hadedt % a taM ki F ocher
newts. CC lim.mse, ram
Maerl Mill-k ticks 3 BR.
I hathi. ga.rim. MM 1W 4th
Plate. PR MM
FAMILY FUN
Yor Ui fal4 y wIsm Jyr
tm ea lo and ceamrt of
tis eharma a f Bath
O.e hla Lfle ha ae. NW
beat. mklf Fla. mna,
Ca.L buA, Frlaplae pa"t.
c.a n ai ysm
-U W eet.
$72 MONTH
ler a man P UIpraU


& soo. )I at

UNIVERSITY

REALTY


1ll N. Mia i P. MSM4l
LAKE SANTA FE w, M. MNuea, lr
nhaledm eas. aw feet Am I. o. LMcIashaFra
rn laa.ke Pretty large shaie Reby. Ry MeCaP.
ht. Saeriftee lm TameN. --
"Selling FlordoSnce 1906"
ACREAGE JUST HANKERIN
M Ae m a les. i Pardier are h&oolag hr
CNe. 2w acree weedi. Sal. aee wide ep aice weth
s*me elear. Paved Idway eaIn lors ltn year der
I--tan. Gmed eble budnl dg a. We have "T asn mf alp
with liv M qarters ad i- d d land d lae ar lch ,.
pIMNeal. tiJMl. Teas basi n e leaked at.
a n w"wai ter sto
LAKE LOTS rYorpeet see u ca
n lma i e ltl. au vp Di lo R.
eem I* Lake.e FO SSE
WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD 11 W. Uvlv. Awe P.i m
-egmeated Real Estate eaker Wbr MNr lg Ikltg (
aa0_ yieu ,ow I-r Mpw Ura.
r ite ay y l e y--lr---- 1
ad KUEarta e a | BEDnM. lkCCB.ess.
ukiwar 1 lte r 4751 Ital bet, letDr.
Itches aptilseee. l.eeltyt
FO LE w e Lake e Mvwed treet Ma eMWr.
S ata Fe. beuti wIae sain ,t iglhdbO. WNM
ae1 ane, -s S 4"o aaree t. *L at tN. W. ei.
age. toik-ed .baee., ar dd- t- san oem pr I. la
dck & gards. Part nak. mdiato seupaMr. NW.
Write Bt 41M e/e Gal inll Pao nt.SRaS Villa. l e pr
Spea me"t ta -ls as teer.
Cas a ate Arow., Ieasm &
N.M Ulgll g 1.1es 1. 274l0..
Redl Eftmav owns- S m
ria Par t IM. Ca.
35 Houes for Sail o a.. Z rs. -ad m w a. bu
d____V e alag. Mn beri A ra
Space & bilt-Is eahilets wiMh
N.W. 31t SITIEET eehbelvue. Ceral heat and
aoied es1M. 1 BL. I bidl. Air Cad. 3I Ull tIl. P. r.
ed &I u m. n DL tu f'. ea im
eaIe M"l. a ar e nMt.. ul.s .iB .uned *
Ile 1atM. eA i. ta aed le.Sam
he lit 16'. let. Sewn hI speC ow. as
MM MN.W 9lh A-n Ia
ELL Mth TURACM otw & anB day Wakolt
a n~. y r .. ems ------
aRgL on" paan M, CAROL ErATES 4 S. I t.
am. a1 t takM ever PEA
mortgage of SLIM. Terms.
N.W. 1Uth TERRACE ph I M s.
SReSmetS 2 I bath, bUNEW Miow 4 eem. 3
ber., mall deso pyma. bal, L-a auaetR N1
T~w Fiftm$


cal IS-m or aV14-a.
ONSTIUCTION arai ta 4
L. I lbth hmas i ae MI
IM XaS o hme o dedai bd
u ee wilth cm i-
Ivl Im iM VA. No M
pemlL al
THE JAMES CO.
Of Gakesile Is.
.a sa t s al i
1 I a" MOVE
SUNDAY HEOOL BUILDING.
landmsm. Ia mx DM
TlWi NaUMli Catck, inS
N.W. 11a A"e. CaU 1ev. Chlet
lraSi. na.l4Lh
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3I U.. 2
bath. Ctal bat. eUtral air
A istMa aI.ma.L CaU
-Sp.
HAZEL HEIGHTS
lee- ote.MeaNM aI ed-
s flCCs huea, with
ame fItIg an ud M

PMM. Lag yJut -
3roa0mi. lea MStea ha
tile MeU. til witm
L wiM he mi. IeWv
OWN FR 8-C I s
IL W bya o*M




6 U" bu. IAb CthO i
eN oeal % pygme


N W b K aso Im
te Btnm aeM aene.
of Gaees he.m
am at ass am
$Mo I. mflM
mmm sma
an ur pW -pik ae M

f l b ha668M I ft UMI

ma- oM We CO W -a ed
a 06 aO
TIMMS~


LOTS wih a Lw- :Ckleleh
KITTI FEER
wl & Aft.&M

McKi ney


Gr&en

Deaton

Investment:'

Cimt I". tele e-- Fr I
paru lam cal F "-ITI.


Income Property
v pe are bk"kla hr a We-
perty wik as i em, let U
show y thI an 2 atl
d.ielat P'vly iwSn -
*17S.1 peu sartm.e GaS
ae"NM m eeadls. Paves
drme Tet r e e re-I
ieans Ye bsM Iveat.
n sa 1,

Stop-LookAct:
Take a tot ail tlal rle
2T NW PA r- 211. II.
IItl NW th ea m s M
NW Md AM-e Te bame
rai ir I*Ito
ML-M 516 flhiaH
t ne M v ae
MW MM eI t sI


Isas "Ma #or

AXTaOLDUmAIY FRATUB I-
OCUMTRY PRCE bea *we-
fr. 3 ML 1%Ha n te ath.
we.k a ca trp" h /
wa to wa eiMte mardoin
M- aguatI OK eat to
Be. aspemt a. a. hi
Mmi. WPty elems.
L.I. l. 4 bil. aam &
HS. UeL Sh & lawe
lameS yard. eO strM. W
e. keL T & L Total lEMiL
7Ia NW rIUi Lam.
6147 N.W. 3lk It. 3 3. 2%
bM. I. tadL t *e&. Ir
x M. W8eeid u l. OiMs
CRY. Ms.l u Sun. O f.

esa *amC. If. tlaee with
houl I3.2 baf t a mn
kBte,. auWl m.. wal to
wall ash. e pi.
CaHECK THESE VALES
CHECK THESE VALUES


TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES
U.S. Nighaea I s bca..
below Is l" rm wuls

ONE BLOCK OF HIGH
CHOOL I"@tedr am e ha
*mulet *eadh. large e-

THRE BEDROOM HOME -
tsU @ tnui. Let SxM. mON
blmk InM me HM


SACRED CATTLE RANCH.
Lare ban, iding pae IS
mile boa GaOleevrlle. heel-
let hMr.
CALL UI POR DETAIL
ANGLE REAL ESTATE
uM N.W. tha at. Pa NM-I


FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR


Northeast
nmr bang. 1 batI ctrait
hates mm Is perftl eal
ts Seate pe rdL ftim-.
slag afflel Ni ely
ladmeped pad pd
SMel M. 1MA


Northwest
New ad Iselt. I drem.
I ba a wh wll wto wI
ceui MOWhL ADan eattr *-
wet Ibel ea. a u m l-
ear garage. Paved It
Clo to Lltoswed aid We i-
wed suh,. MaMLs.

Southwest
Ow LM m aWare hit le v-
IM aa a uf mew M l ed-
nef. 3% t b Lom. CUeal
at and air eeditnlng.
N. ly taIUM. Si.


ARNOLD


Asla: Pete
Jam CaWeS Wayie Ham
Jim t=pard F. W. Hedge
Garli Mae Bob Kalkman

GAINES-


VILLE'S

BEST BUY
Yer n a braI new I he
MI&.. 1M le m am mts
rem. C" IwakI. city -
Stret Ughas. L. liviiig raM


ce Awei AlU hr ly

e w meS alwi to.ae
cado a t d a




M S TMimi
HUGH
EDWARDS INC.

OWN yOU OWN HOME as*
pay for t e eML OM N
the met duintrble 3 bedeei
2 beth lom. Ter to m lW
oeer. afemsern exehaiged.
eatad at MM 1. W. i&.
Av CaUl FR a aikr I
PX r far arphefts
A RARE

Opportunity
A e"I cu Id Par aM Pap
met! it sne. )radem. I
&M I bath Ra MW US0
aetineami. Meatly pay-
ms CM fr n7 tetaL Lecabd
a WI ESa as L an Ift
Place. Laksalt les available.
WiI& lameallmr Jr.
"M abm. CaNl tdyo P
645 r- PRX -M agts.
*&t seM. .ta0s.. .


i LADYS SMITH


Extra Nkice
m. l.. aaS Mm. m.
* W. sue P U.Msa m m



i 3m. I hI me hor w
M. s re. -s b.. Price
I11.m-. UN m DeM. anlt"


d oleteT emMI aS 3


Is Toam fu i We

I NW Ih DRIVE A nel
oa Ne w-y mar, NW
R.S.M. 1-R i-ba thrM.
m. iNa rla t. I. fte m
aw Path hiwd (be
Oeral ft & air caluag.
IDl caport. els to L.e -
weeM & Westod Schoak.
Phms F HIS after I p.m.
t II c& n SI It


YOUNG

AMERICA

HOMES
PRESENTS
NEW BRICK
MODELS
OPEN 10 a.m. 'Tl Dark
FEATURES:
lewd -.rches
.Cutoam kitchen cablael
Owversid batillr a
Pkm Man ether custom

VA & FHA

TERMS


Wakin distacu a elea etar
& Jr. Hih sebols, shoppi
& Churches.

YOUNG

AMERICA

HOMES
NW 344 & 7th Avenue
Phone 372-7070


PARRISH

PRESENTS


NEAR THE UNIVERSITY.

firplac.. plate dinlia
eom, lorida nom plus a
stdy. LaN let wt beautiful

DaIM L LIVINGa. Lonly
i beb 32 bath hem lai
loely Hil PuFaret. Cosy lv.
Igi ntm with ol bhck fire-
plC and wall to wal carpe-
ing. Itk-la ihm. eemntral
hrat sAd air emdltoalig. Love-
ly Ied bak yard 1th nAim-
mlg pl u- ias a board
" a mAl wi


LOVELY AND LIV BLE
Three eM r m 1 bith home
buik ea f t h a WI e low ut
acre lots h Gaesvsllle. Beau-
tIiul et eourt., en living
nss. "Ki se" muatr bed-
nem wilt dreleti iog anad
OUa w. lalpt b rbuy.
J uST AREA. We have two
lovely beise hoam e. Walk-
lan d taMe to J. J. Fnley
and built on miee wooded lots.
Both owners have left town. o
both are walt for nice large
famlel lfor immediate ocean.
paDmr Call for complete Iae.r-
mtieOn a bath lameb .


M.M.

PARRISH
AND ASSOCIATES INC.
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
. Wayne Hill Heles S. Graham
arolyn GarOdei
Mary "n
SNiE Ps meet Tel. 3l25

TOP

LOCATION
New 3 bedream ,1 bath home,
very hear MetaI c fe School.
hldermutsr Uving area.
uil-b G. E. eea, rag
al Ioed, eCntral heating. Con-
veleat to shoppe, churches.
G. E. & Sperry. $ per mooth
iKtcade tamu & iIsurace. as
mr das, VA. We pay
an ethaifs as to I nac

HUGH
EDWARDS INC.
S1fti A. a t Street


J.W.

Kirkpatrick


V WOOD42JTTL OOD area.
ate ar three bedroom.
two lbath his. alvely lot.
bY Iw with le tree and
beautlWsl irIb. Forida
eei adjoiu decorative
wtbd pLW E ad the large
kithela. Cetral beat.
artwamd trip loemn. all
mern I tho MNII.
Prie are.a
VUNb l*Iin at s% bet. Locat-
M )elI mIeels ailh f
GaiaMll with bur IMae
amed t t min ortabl Ihree
beoliae huae wil a1-
me" 13 amere t land.
Cal M f e fuMther ao-
formatto.
MSD address Ina bumtaI
liae Acrem. iSeats aid me-
dlm three bhdime, balt
hoee. h esled ba.Il
ate e....h bw w am.
eena l eat, es coar
garage. reambly
3OCC %efe is 2he NW.

per Ia. S Iat r IW
et a an py
km.-


Printed Patten


9261
SIZES 2-8


Cheers lot the nd. white and
blue-perfet color team for
tiU malor dtimmer Newaislt-
line shape l ook wonderful on
uttt figure. ay-e loe. i
poplinm bdlas.
Prited Pattern NI: Chit.
drue' Sizes L 4. 6. I. Size 6
take 2 yards S-ich fabric.
rPry CENTS In oie for
this pattoer-add IS cent for
each pattern for rst-clias mail-
ing and special hadlin. Sead
to Mariam Martin, co Gaies-
Ile Sen, Pattern Dept., 3
West 1th St., New York 11,
N. Y. Prit plaily NAME. AD-
DRESS with ZONE, lCE and
TILE NUMER.L


YOUR FREE PATTERN IS
READY-booe it from IN de-
o ideas inew SPRING-SUM.
MER PattMern Catalog, ut ut!
Dresses, portswear, coat
aerea Lad ie ew.

35 House for Sole


NW CTIOm. Mienems c
BR l41e tbath. ditll a .
a-e, s buet dabkee ma
peAt, Larug tagie. OR S i.
Ca I pa. Pkome m.4.

FOR SALE
SWIMMING POOL
Lane home. Livig A., Dining
R.. U-edroos, 2-baths. .-cedar


larbags disposal. carport. Ua.
Ity room. Circulating hat.
Pool completely fenced. Offer-
ing way below FHA appraisal
lof $1,. Selling prime lM.
Presetmaigager 1091. Can
be seea IP N.E. 23rd Bld.
BLACK ACRES; by Owutr. I.
aedism I tb. 1.th, ft.
Iig agpecs. I-car carseta.
large scresed in porch. pati,.
rfed i back yard. Many
other extras includiUg eatral
heat, TV antenna, built-nla ovea
and range, carpet liviBn
room. Priced at sly 13M

Maks.
tearm. Owner balH mru
it Plroa. ne PR 6-U after-


FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR


Two-Story
Tha *easy Me ee baee
Slart i nm a a Ia
(*d to hakeu) am *
bath w i el ld
ha. MeS tke LMr. duseb .
Aud smra tWm el la Ia
ft (O. t hmae) M.l
acnt lu Moe. karwhed
a e asflrh. anfueed
ONII hurtOi. baeI I
rae m I l a 1n ft. hat. 514-
* wit alrasths tune.

Startling
Cr40Wrir be a 1.5
acre hai sn e te i etsU .
Tea M I nao 2 rn8 -
I- r s ad amewnoe SmO
asdt ha hi ta
ma b WMWl aftM


35 Ho. for Sle

NKW lTOlf wr asie w im
Sad 4 bhseem. aI hat. C
home. OCr waler. gfta da
maos. Saw re M L

OMFORTABLE, I bdonm
coante block homa witt er-
tral but, de mI GE ilu
kitel., large storage see
beautil l a lt acelleaot Umi
bIrhmd. Only M dm sad
low Meathl payment of M.-
10 cowers everythIns. Located
at 241 NE 10th Terrae. Call
M-m lote appoitmmat aI
Ms.
HOUSE FOB SALE. modenm i
SR, 1% b"u. m bear Met-.
cale Ek. and bishop Jr.
H i ari r, itove ud
air cumomsr. Fretandy nIg-
tu. otd. M Ow. or r ml.
with Lod outage. HMath
pamlt t WIll rut. 1i.
NE MtI TeT. Ph. M -Ma.
PANDS) Uliving M.. 3 BR:
iAnte ktb balk bl. WSO sq.
ft. WS( don,. per ms.
taxes & Ilnurace. FR 1-3114.
SAVE S 2M
O .. CC 13 bereo. S balk.
00e*l hat. hule" In ktcham
Leaving towM. Pbae FR 1t3.
NE 2kth PLACE 1311. 3 BI.
l., irm. patio. e ae.L $77.14
me.. VA lan. MM dmn. By
ner. Om bya u tme.
2 DR. houre with la. rm. plus
cesnt, eat.L In dow aid
sim parlyments. NW k Terr.
fale rae Ia.
Pl ai U1S.
SPACIOUS I bidns rmad
locate I rural comealuty
large we ladM d lot. A
proapa th a maI Ietra.
IOXt C. SMIT. REALTOR
U. L a0. MI MlecaIm e Mw

DAN BYRD
AGECY, Nc.-RmLTnM


nFU BIxOOM Dial Fi
21IS to tile spckous
hose clw to Uaivwrty whI
2 bth. lare PNrO A- *ee
extra lre let. Tkb home I
vacst aud mwl aMed L LA
take a look day.
Dial PR 2-11 to -e thi I
bedam. I bath, kme l do.
sirabe N.E. at a ex trs
.larn .le I e .ae bull-
raueo ad Ma. dUawnahr,
disposal and I m air ddl.-
tmers. MA suC lad
ready to o.


ATTE.NTION-LOT SEEKERS: I
large wooded ls between
ainesvlle High School a d
Wetwood Junior High. M.M.
DAN BYRD AGENCY. INC.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
MORTGAGE LOANS
ASSOCIATES:
Walter Stoddard E. Holloway
I N.W. 13th St.Ph. PR 2-511
Member Multiple Istlng
MUST SELL thki B Modal at
mnce to make room for MW
model. Yours hr 1sM cah
and the movIng. Ca be we
3135 NW 13th St.. Gainleslle
Fla. Plae PR F 44M.
SPACIOUS DUPLEX on I. lot.
Walkin dstance to downtown,
elementary school, library, A&
civic cater. In Up-top cod-
ition. Rey for Immedial
oceupaycy. P r i e $1U.43
Terms otIable. Call power
at n-ie wlo t he keys ad ee
for pyournf.


Air Cemdtilag


ART MALL
Air Iafa. lI. t .
hrsea srvaee. a N.W.
SAp e p Ml.


Parker Appli. Serve.
EreMt Me* A= ow
vioe. Pret. nM I

372-6224



MALWONAPPUAS L
SW. A .

idiaI & polir Srt.


35 Ho s for Sole

MCEI NT eWportunity fr
Gabesville reastis. Two 2
bdraom has. Located at $14
and 11 NW M ad Avenu. Dal
dict w ih aer. Wit mel
eir SUM.t with only 5s
dw. Write F. L. Me y.
P O. L. se a Ocala, Fl..
HOMSE a LDrb Heights with
17he a ., eat. eat. hard-
Md aMr, R family m.. pUA,
2 ear lrae. IL. kitchen wr
bilt-in appuilaces, dish Wal
r. diWaWL 3 B. i bathI .
ehlules loUit S convenient t
etoiol uand Ulv. See at 317
NW Ihk Ave.
CZY 3 hMeloU 1-tbat ha..
built-ho kitcha., DI L ter-
rame eO M large h, plu.a
Mult s a flme Mier.
WIed s ars. Near peL
Spin--l itebmd. tlut
Ad he owan a- u uate
Phbo ower at Pi ain .

REDUCED
LOVELY 3 bedroom ma ,r
home on large corner k in
Westwood Itaolt NOW AVAIL,
ABLE at a IMCED PRICE
of 117,. Plorida room. tar-
r&uo e, awawngi windowml,
buti-in ove iand rage, a. d
carport. Yo can mIe the
prn SIli morwlae mad
sMe ei. CALL US NOW TO
SEE THIS ErXCIPONAL
IUY!


N9W LTING Attrctiv 3
ers amssIy ha W ated
ih very mie nsdedntie areM.
IpiaI S kaM hacks e
Oen. UN both kelticke a-
bhaIut lemIn drinvea d
pat.Uo, Capet, u10 Ia0eI
ad lmuidMy ft e fimed ack-
yaid and I d tret. OWN-
I HAS GOT TO SIEA NOW!
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO
UWAIY OR LOANM NAE
YouM On o MT il

John Merrill


Realtor
MULYTILE LwrIN
rs1ons asI
ASIOCIAT
MAACSLA PARDI
W. H. II IU NNAN
WMWc WWmDo. Bk a
mojk *entlemau. build on a
traet I 3 w r, priced
Im MI t Mm I acre.
Withit I mil lof Galamvllle.


MWAY RONTAGE ON 441.
bear G. E. Plant, 1310 eet On
lway, 13M acreS planted pal-
ture, bedroom trame home,
Excetlit lnvesteat.
ATrrETION BUILDERS
Recorded pl *at *I m acre
lots. beauttullp .wded. lar
University.
HOME WITH INCOME. Com-
lortable home for ower with
separate ipartuent rentlal for
a75 i a .Attractive term.

J. PIERCE


SMITH,

Realtor
I N.E., lt St. Phone 37t244
Asociiate
UMa Gore Arik fai


juIMSriq

SVUhOSI laDegi. efl
m*adr. irFe naeW. W.
<.. > ra "a
SMALL llldlasi. leader, dump
trIck. ll adi. He rei. TIo
MnE. Phoe Prat 1TN




o N I'o li-adniso
hap uUih a a-
Job
M J"lb


NHMi Stim


PYula uss Carpcts
Patie Rratl G~it
Reaft Air C(dkAleg
flu tMilM to u-
tpl nnn if is
Dia
so PWed FredW111
I3" WIN


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a
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aW I. AM &Lm


35 Hous for Saol

3 BR, I bath, conte block
home, ont. heat, hardwood
floors. Fla. Rm. Located nar
Lktlewood & Westwood shools
Term to suIt buyer. Call 372-
373 later 6 PM for appL
oraerl moving out of state.
VERY DESIRABLE NW LOCA-
TION. 3 BR. I bath. Fla. rm,.
garage, fuel oil. cent. heat. nred
bril exterior, redecorated n.
teror, lot 1MOIl., beautiul
l.ndscaptag, bi~l.. to U of
Fla. $17.Su FHA, 5700 dowB.
t117 per moth Se ait 1511 NW
6th Ae. Call FR 2-4t5 to In.
Ipec: Iterior, Butler Bros.
Builder.


tel air lu o at llnu s It betiIg.
wood floor. I* t00'lO' block
lol street, bult-in diswalleU .
disipsaL aos. etc. 37 i SW Ind
Place. .000. Phone -FR 6106.
BY OWNER Forlda Pir *
BR. CB. spacious hving room
Wlth beamed telinf, Roma
brick firplace & built-a cabi.
et with bookshelves. Central
hea and Ar tand Full
batlh Fi. rm t1b. catrpoit
pato. Quiet nelahborhod, con-
een ae to school, shaded A
landscaped lot. Shown by a P.
only. $3.000u 140 NW 14th
Ave. FR 486 stls a all
day ackends.


FINLEY SCHOOL AREA
Well designed home 4 BR, I
balthl dials room with bulit n
alin close, kitchen with dish-
Waher, panlld Fla rm.
ivlng rm with fireplace, ren-
nb etiI a *ir cooditloa
BMuuuul patio, .1500. (ll
aytame. Leu Jaclkoa. Asoc.


KIRBY SMITH SCHOOL AREA
Til* mana I ended... P- -
4y I mo,. .,. t i. uInvitng
old home has been remodeled
iand is luitable ior eergellc
Is. amuy. Bautdul corner lot
with pwiantmin pool. U 2.00
CalU l Lrte. Le1 Jacksom, A-
-c.
NEW CONSTRUCTION
N. W. Section, 5 00 down.
BR,. bath,. enoy lubuIbAl
livin and till only 10 min
Irom dowtowa. Practical mo-
denr kitchen designed for man.
CIU sitil,. Le Jackbon.
Alac.
ERNEST TEW REALTY
2910 NW 13th a' 7T 6461


NEW

4 BR's-

2 BATHS
Near Weatwood ScL.lI
'ONE HALF A(RE tiY
CENT, HEAT & A C
'DREAM KITCHEN
HARDWOODD FLOURS
'INTERCOM SYSTEM
NICE FAMILY ROOM
'ON.Y 925.000 EX( TER\

UNIVERSITY

REALTY
11I1 N M lin St Ph 3724151
W. M. Munroe, Realier


Point
RHEPa RT BBWST & Tw
MA RAYTE. Pats.. Mir



ALTERATIUNI & REPAIRS
Remedelia-Addtonsll I beth
iatalaton a r
PREE lnATM
JO SHEHIIE PLUMBING
COMPANY
IRst7410


MINT Inw block work.
iRe-ita olls repnar a Plh.e

V M p49un

VMS REPAIS
CALL Sn-f
ROOINGC. sdlg. sneloumr..
NtUist daw. LI Me Con.
SeMatlee finessing avlable.
PIly I MAr. Fre eutlmlat,.
ee lift with Jb aid 72-041
MyttoM


IRlOIy Reiin--

BUIDING OWNERS'
De't IS a bad roof rum yel.
We epaclaie in repair and
inabeis e of atl metal. built
up. asphalt. conposaltio, or
awl wteS. lulsurantee Play
e or free inspectio
agulme-M oeblilation. phonMe

Tiering
MNOW MtIngito ienrt-ca er
th. Jr. JL. hl bb school or
LC klvel, rld. Ituolvt, fur.
or hi irhool teraher. m r2e,


Yea, Your Neighbors Are


RaiNing Extra Cash

Now! Why Not You??


Suvdy, Ferknry 2, 1964


SERVICES


Home And Business


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35 Hu foeSele 5 FS Hou l 5 Hes F s42 FarmaIt Amessla 45 Fuoshud Aes. 48 Hme It R ens UmnUmse 56 business Opportual
35 Houm for Sel l i JS e aesa a F- or- Se
SA O C B. V aL el I M. dra p. Wate h r ol. double carport ornit for rithl man.
No,6o .,= =:s N EWi ACn' .I... Sin me" IfmrWhIa't
UH S krm.. a r LM Y w I tafo w M ."W.d l m.. SS T, AMM. ANaCsk t.AGE
a. onn L2 1A~.l. r.iamg.na Re- lll a 3 r : pnrgeridlghht6 w ;Int 6I.T C. %RrL4 10,LbOy. u 1.i.. 2.t. AVt Phone ita. 21
"H",, In ~a ^A ir r.r T Vca i, 3 B "s bm --. .. l v.s. l : -EDOO,"D ut-hwe--. ._e ... IsE- .n .
"H". IfU. Sin....ar srlq ^ i~cr-T-+l>buL6`L-. A- -olNo4 3D. IWW dl, ---- P- -3-l a--i quir. No P. pn I-- Pki ni ROOM boW. $ 5 wa. 34P ito- S Hla.
We Trade Homes .S. sI4.f. ..lE. a** i.:=- .. 2 BATHS I "Write"",.\' I -0---am ''. e.so. ,.:. :""."o^il
Of Property ---L -A ..i1 M*tr, nip. A 2 l., _________I nf m.
r PICE DRASTICALLY EDu r, IS te. rfl aeri'fle or' Near Liettlood Lchooln -hbIb. Adult. oni So pe: 49, Ro Fr Ro -'
ED. caner iM ell 4 SR1. 2 1. NE s61 D. c.u -CNT. HE EAT A A C BY HEOWNER 1 90i* I ttOr SU SW 2Msd St RPakEb jrl. ._ TimoMlt--
baths l ith~ ~ce. sair i -44t4. HARM14DW FLOO RS l 3 ? R ba d S tt a Phone 24110. herlleid and tct i'ol mons t
Ite hmh a mia Mr ditalag & heat. $9S.le. I sW- P-h .LOrA ROcfl lath Bm tr 3iN 13. 3 8 M4Ave. Sa N S -i OR quie .m sin or m rn rYpI a:.I
sec :ao t f extras InludIat drape & EiSRlTED GWas O as, 3 OONE HBAl ACRE LOT Maace t Swm am -qS 46 i J. Idu-4 'ueIt1 i pq.ee blu u. n conl e .tier dtspei
1021 NW 40t Dr. ar y T. anina. Wisin R t ettra l H '. -ood *BEAUTIFI. KrCH E. MUST SELL mYmut. -tAly pRnI VhIe ^ rier n prte s ae s sr
Br. 1% bSth. SMI 4 walking dihtm .1 ol Sch s. 4 S e l t, b 2 on. C7.7T 'O DOLU LE (ARPORT R,2 bath Linklai s, Alas bees alt rae. t i-73 R t t t he
41 N4W 3l4 1a P n373M. 404 9i nd St.. F 3104. "SEE IT--YOLL BLY rT dbR, abort, pbuiB itB lre 1 e I. Yr A iU W y oa.w plex pitUuB);tr. llity ppl .an- ereI, So e a19I .
t T --. EX(. TERI ;double airport. Pator I e I* p dm dei MWS pl. IlOPtttira Utility appanC- .. -,)l ern.eU, So sir ,+ n c ,.
.122 Me. (Ibe. I s&Ta--i a$235Me. EX- TER.M d a eu p Call TOOMM RIDCKL I e furninbed. A17 NW itn St. lL.RGE heated ruoi, c;oe in Stven 'o fteie bo-1s weNk
LU P UNIVERSITY '" fo -- -"n-i- or cl..h".e a l "t t, tl. foil 4 U Ind A "......."I, tlm .o
SRIRI m o t 2 I 5nC- iva P.M. or FR 3I3 after 6 P.34,--I -plmai olra n .lw rl' e P I)
114 brfti ewl OWN r33 tReal Esated WieS hoe. Call FR 6.2704. f P._ _rI--n_-__sIS,45na Il.n
muaelmiu and RE ALTIY st COLOEpD prnpe ree. f So lt ro la.e Intiude phone ... m
ready far ceaopa jl LNODME PROPEtiTY. Will pa l- 313 N.E. 1 Strat Phon FR rbane,. maId n ice & lhnei. de. hon um
preadi lately Jatua IL M i |lls N Main St Ph. 3i-l 4351 rash Mr your eoity or trade 44 Caittages fa R i 2-31 e2 rF 2RS O2f fAf fteetl Paklt.. Phone 36- MITEL. itloweInvr !s 11. ,i ..,
.4508-461 S.Lla.l n ce. H. G. ls ager, State 1 BEDROOM ig k 1a f e IMR --see ,-i te. u ;Rean, ,W\ r
5 SL_.. __tt hapydiffer, .42. I6 NW 31st Ave 10 e~ee:ernl air told unit-
3 SR sii M 4Mj m upie. Rest mw awi b rc-ki e in I frosmuopjiROOMfar mo tSe ea It. I is iso.o 4'3 ', L1 k
57.3 Mo. WANTED I"- acres. n b water eed b b of .1 tl. rRe of tUo 11th S.. unt IIR A or alter ,i BAl und"r a
FORDY CE princd,, all or partly wooded a J KI. pe r McKmw C m p, Ge 4-P ..' Grt I "
4527-4417 S.L, I H n. Ihi s 10r" mile G till patrick Agency. FtR 24414, 1 -2 R 2- SINGLE or double pai ateb *tt- ca e5 i a.A
GIRLS GET YO MAN FEATURES "-- Box: "4 A... .- ....- i MJ 2 r :
SR. I-bath. 0S M -.i NILEMD hmd'll v mo f Phonne 02\F \ 2 ,n
In M t 4 nt Water al -- 'Phone JR 6,:.11
S~s.is s s. s, THEN CALL YOLR : yo I Barbarae citection furnvihed,' SWAN Lake. at Ietron, 2 bed WANTEDt) ioel :, s I. IMellandi
10-04-314 S E S.h Comfort what & Beao uty17 2 2 SW 6AmberR or -team I A 2*Ml 't P., .t, iaC r,',1. 61 Wan.ted oi S,
1f-04-114S SE 31 Sl ha l a ind m this ARCHER, I HR home Ss : it n. .- -.... ..t
3-8'. 1-Bath. SM Dew. FOR THE HOME OF YOUR DREAM. ovel* hre bedoo two remodeled. o ocaon. 1 6l.na o A544 2II n n a .. W
S per mo blth cobrhC e block home. Sit- cit l ot i, C1 1-ll oil-A s. ..d. Fi t II. I
j J______ uated oB a ly ai b v l 1046 NE Fourth itreel. 2 rw. i -t free WE Ke BUY and seto A li n *o
IBed rom W. Gp B kie bathe hi 419! rooral. LU arnise or PonItal-. ROOM e gcrkt derkr, ,l r itUr, slaes, reo, s
#Ralph FOal y M. ts mh & A 0rantes s hean i o iI p W Gain e ville.d X d oeth I ltfurs ed ca1ll FIR 2-36 or campus & tin Ioe faes. rad rTV, Call
FOR liNT R bF~+. AsTe beAutMiol til a 4.ll.W b. a eao0h, Po ri M r Griffin Inc FR 2.3117.1FIR2- 16 Chen. ZO ldk 2H: ap.
124S.1.7 71hL. FordyceAssociaes P.ce Smth. Realtor Plae to end boer I E BmTG r)ei- P-o-t.. r.a or_ u+M. m .1
warRapm Fcreature thatISBEDROOM. ...... .. M e re c R 17 e d I In phone Phone Frit644nItAftl bac ,kbed in
T SWarne*r W emlrWeman iplt Smt Rtn ty .J r t m FOR SALE BY OWNER -. ou. EAST SIDE (m.oo, ee nr. lnit d
I 2Yen FiatordMy c'imaaeCALLsI$Rt r on I -mptl otis. marefi..milles from Gainesville (all LARGE single Boom rt olikls M clihi. omo Phone Pi .,
SFORDYICE 6 ASSOciATE For informati Phone F GARDEN L Bull HY 1 or lY men Week' ma sem,
J. W. Kirkpatck Realty I e | University RRealt v 71 SS T 6-57IGARDEN 3 i e.m it. i is ,t Mahinry T ls
ALL. OUR OMB A. McKnney-GrCn-Deaon Arnold Realty I APAS APARTMENTS -a Uoo r. Slra.e I l, 1lI or 7.7 15 Mlr 3y b Ts
OPEN FOR YOU to Budgeting 10 APARTMENTS ,, ,, oa. .. .ro.,. wn :. ..... a.tI
ENJOY SEPNG ANT John Merrill Agency y; Dan Byrd AAgency wil be. uinh with snco I of M pr ral Iwaterfnihedle N modert e on.s AN
T C 'LLOU WL To Dobson Agency Arcn Campbell. Realtor hIom om low area. no vacancies 513 F i o Urtw I ma r -on VtSn l....in A UCTIO N
JUSIT ALL. payen a low months pan- Sawnanosmeet, $ 0 n per month LveslyMa i anorIge Fhets1 R.e
ira .LX aS utuu Wilbur B.hop, Reltor d.Franks. Real t'talte mi cbn ta k o ble. m Tostal sPr e SO s eth 3rh l E t S b eds^ Phnit ito in pll N CONT dRUnCT C
11 n4 or I 3 &I I Ph FR67 w. e w. NE W st rW. r I O 3 P. hou furn.:e LARING-CONSTRUCTON
SCItModnISl. INC. 36 36 for eman Realtor lilt 0--- mo th. m luding after, I) tE bLt;t ifr m r un u EOUIPMENT
Se Main St. 1 R, LIVING ROOM. KITCllEN prefer couples onl Phone FR 3 b W nfroma campu.l- ti I cr
-- B IiI iATIMIHED. rWL%- 4031 (rn pi ..i h l y .7ll l' TKS
Goinesville Multiple lisng Reoltors Ook Strip 42 Far1s A re 1. IEt ABLS FOSt ron. -- -- --.- T.I, ter 4 P i i.
als $12,1S PER 310 PHO O\ E BKDRUO tull.n, hon*. Er tt ,t'tou. ARk,
DV Tate IN I ou ll find th m 107 ACRES. AppraXaimatel 50 372-T71 1. l16 S 2nd AVE le. kitche. H a ing mach. ,(f ORTABI frInt n 1.1 I t Ih,. ie. PoNder ,,
)_, i s gs p #+,+)ro -en ina this .e Midle age cople Prefer. a
SEtrVICE DIRCI attrcive 3 bedroom -m I areas plted permanent grass NLE. n Mddle te foul prer- e lnre tiet manl 1 IItI .
Asn air oft rfuortu is added i en a oi te I IBEDROOM garae an tart, ed 7 60 pet m1ltI. ph ea twm ing 1 -
p ee. h md, x clup )our c mber.. ..ROOM ud to lntoy ., 1, I. 71, nlda nw Ai,,,
place. And, to occupy o.r trmne homear eLl. N xcr eurnt -o B SINESS or tudn t 4 H e, Un .ROOM a th.U. ad t i s ,,cs in tI A t I a 1)33 l l
ii h. ours. a teaon Florida i rm wr BSIESSMAN or ltude, out.e 4a rH tr fer Ret U\tt. e bth, u I t iI or 11 941 3 s 3. li(. d
a which to indulge mn year 431-2575 Tractol, truck, ealve, side cs i Ly mits. Small h Int. _2_ _E I st bt Phone ring 4tl'* a t.at & 1;1 dar.
S'falvorimt I sU b) (AJl vR- and riding hores optional. room. bath and livin room. FR 3 n god, kehng 3414 i
f- -orRte-nDY & AS LL FOR. IndC. ,f u t3 s hR ouse, complete Lttchteu -n -1.u9s. I3 B i cS Th w
DYC &ASSOCIATES. NClare feed ard with pati IN Private hurme. nie clean, ari.ilCK1, It .
b11 large .. left-ad )ard with PaUUt
ia 3~L ~prtm t. u 0ltable if terrace Nar hoos d d toUd t ab Latm I4 ( ;l11 d tsed, o:,
a 1 2. No ohille or pWeT. Do lopo Cen Ur. ll FR -i g leman Phone FR 6- i m
W fishing m, ak es.. Cal.R 51. a- N.EC. Ih ,Street NI yE L rnhedI on d, l. r ,, :
s tir b autful plit-leel fou ARr E living room. No children l' with family room. fenced battk st' Patei u*me op [
bedroom two bath home. All pets. $70 Mo. 321 NW 14th St1 ar e at W. N F 36 ('all FR it 5 ,, *4 ,., ,. 2 i,- -
oiu could 'lUh lor lt tours Tnvest in 230 Ace-Appeo 131 FR 6-0787 Dr or rai l FR i .
A tery attractive kih-e ni set aces ionS btaionts ona N N .D or call FR 2-476t.: ,1:'7
Iff b Birch cabinet1 central' 34th St. This propertv looted 3 ROOM n furnished apt. r .-BEDRO( lt house to rent. n i. I' L h be ie, ile har l .1
hearing and a ierL, atattaive arppr. 4100 bin-ks NW Ith adul tl 560 per lw., Ca. month.i Not oer 2 ul n, ot lae Inr 't lI
A I1t llT Aadults 6 p W 4, Cld^ Ca (l No )1 I. A'r ai I do -'tilBt prn ne p:%.It'l l-- Iti le' L '
F rndl E trool CALU FOR-r. S Ii oFR 6a65 pet1 otn N otr e e n it ae e a, i
DYCE & Ar CATE. INC( th St 115 4Acre E ast p e ol d l FR6I 6 5, 111 li 2tlli t. l1 I \ ll f'l 1'I '.l
-------- I *aPICIt S 4pediyom, 2 baeh. -eitn. I *ll Sa O t tat
r6-23 and ma e our sh NW 34th St. Beautlhul creek M L rPmate ntd t IOLS 4 bedi oom b I l ME l IO fi\ bath I t' I l. l ,. .i
tome true. ruaninu thr property. Larei MALE roommate wanted c; F16 NE. Bin A le Call Me: n I l aIIIe 4l ;
amoaltl o la d now under-. share apt. FR 2-3748. Kinney Green Inc. FR 21 617, amp. lne & m ore ;ri
fence. -lB 6-l r 6-or 082. i -a t
SFURNISHED garage apt lor rent a 3 Bi 2 u ath. on quiet m n l l' i A ri I
FORDYCE Financing on An Meiltrose. Fla. for couple S treetl. built-in range. n 5retned fBrtKKS tfrm inn in furt lat 1I
S. .* one sM. Chld l not over 2 yr : purch $125 per mOt.& Avail t ried room for 2 men R, maT 8A l, r
Good Terms *al. USe of new Frigidaire au- able today. Ph. FR 5637l red couple Pritate bthti tll (h, 1.
o s, l erclNE liT[err.3bed o Iti )I l a i
ASSOCIATES' Norwood "fil". "itchen elerll l eui oIW j.
IDN C u.fa per plum eteF YaP FIR' p472 -o I Fel t ham I75571rate bath. 1 ts-n privm. Aill 0it, ll ,-hr J
Mrs. Grace Fordy:e. Broker HoDfloor. No ;tAind"e or Pos Ap- .V TBWROI.,Uhvlg em NICE .. con r
YOUNG AMERICA 9 ES e h Iw >'"
I i. Mau Mmlr. Broker 1 p 316NE. X 3rd Aiivue. l pI Aa me lg ma. ti le bauth .o more I ran Cetr l l Ec le ft I i
PRESMENTS Mr. R W. lie.A..latS I R2 .6 72 porch Convenient to S reet pr 1SE1... 4 'r LA -
Mr Harvey Betle. Assoit ('oenntr, water umnisb d all P iFR i li
SM Wels university Arv. 1 BEDROOM. 44I 3 N.W i2th Ter I able h o $U Phone -FeR t r i ,, tu.
Tu'- race. $0 month Water furnish- 3070. $ JeoDS G
1.Ie d. FPo lt 2R 2641 or 6-Mo -1 53 Otlias-Das Spase I -, -2' Iht331 b
The AMERICANA F. Dy" Is-- ----rtr 'GROUP l te-
E "CURLY" R O -- ',_ -.. f reit. Available Feb. i0 I644 i u n aC
FEATURKUEHN, JR., abov pr o r n ber wa,, mac. sS,, ....... ...reat. iWs .asi12 Pa. Slp f
F replace 3 Bedrms In ome. FEB. 1 st Pone YFR 6410. I MLL 2 bedroom irame mous FR 24172. Warner WemmAan. lie Pouwer HWien
SFireplace ef 3 Bedrqoms n,_. _i__. .- atIm, su4 FEB. Ist .. 5t s S. 1Terrele. It s iJ N. MainS tLARD imAe D lmw f, l
ineso and lake Nopet I pClFI 416 io. r and Noety+
eScreen Porc2h 2 Boths arm ad Aurta ae. ? INTERESTED A ?, cWeS id.r'aeto' m t. L,, -pr atS,:. ct ar wmra t oae aid he A ,in'.
Large Dining Room Ducted H Z c. aHU PI ar. c all Norood Hope for d etals ofrn. sm m. No pet. l a ire FORDYCE REN rALS. 54 Ila esn Retl Trk t: l 'l INt
Double Wall Oven Optiona A Cond. l M wth no obligaions 15 SW d Plae. New available for real: A ,PIe-telr -Ba.I Pt
SDouble Wall Oven to OptionolAi Cond. l ---- three. sebedro two bath home, ;w. oEROUbL S paceor rem. I& D.er ive 6,%lu Kill
rta C net Curved e bedroom tobah, silene oSIX p ateh d at n u Mait St. -Call up..e it e 3s & '60 Fad P .II
MicortaCabinetsCurvedrivei -------Io-mapartment. On High.moS rFlour bedroom hme) JOHN MERRaI.L Recalrl upi. Iles aInd IvheI le'n
0 Double Door Entry a Sodded la2ns --A CwaR E -. m i 1,,r ..o.h; s. II, n (m. +-. A u ..,
Dy# Acres approt xmately a80: 'ils. Near Melrse. Reasonable I e p ir. fu wished $ O r & e- Mr leiripitie Lf .t1'
OWN YOUR acreb fzlstuoe wth bitanceW u., Rent. 417"-571.m poffia,, arhote fu rnis hede W l iaI'ip k I.1 .'
Price $17,500 COOPIMATIVi "dr s"' .u fen s eda n- am s,$ onti ,pero m'hr' ero ald arAage S I AlL 1 o iali it'
actnseed.c Good high a ind BE BDROOMI, r t so .Kd 'v borne] $6 per In, 'e afs o leo rent c' I ot a t i, ; I2 4.0i an%,-
MI FAPARTM ENTIsum a"iap lfr c eiblalttl mdci we i tnoealj ble. $ IS pr.- a mo 2e 114" a'i "sri et b TORE lin tetl t 'll nt Ua In ti' '
NO DOWN PAYMENT VA, MIMNIMJMFHAl APARTMENT nld. pt S.W. rr. aSu ldvsifr per mnth eo more SS.ir.t t. 1 e1
For |nkm atie sPproximately 6 miles west a s ao, vnalelrent. fit -411 ar L i IreAti on oler by tle I S E+ Sth'r nn O4 n IlaP 1) I
I -- ii 1 ,1 Call or -me bt SE t. Il tborn' 1k-, M SItrar t iS iil thirt- N'l ILL i
Health Center. FI)R RENT Jiur room apl or i .XRDYtE & A %'(lATES, t liaein Theater, pta ll % a..ii 1"'., I. 1I l it
Ltes than 3 blcks to lkmentary and Jr. High Schokls. Cse to r and s p niersity rk tPark e t.) ns. Lurmaed C. b Ws L Alry e. IE Unv Ave. Ph, n: i uiN. a 11
A-,DIN BYRD AGENCY. INC or unaforashed 145 to. Ph. n m. 376-123d-- -----lit.,k,'
OPEN 10 A.M. TIL 6 P.M. DAIL$ Aps. REAL E FSTATE INRAN E t nshd. ... --1 -l-- l.uilk IERCIAL. o .n \ % He,,u ,,', .
REL ESTGAGE G ANS U .. HIGIC ANDS 3 BR ig, lvng i, Ath Ave. a-allable ot, oni
aCx 11025 soRN.s ia.nLia 1 oathAc- rm ate dinig yn. de s.oo a nsth Aso offIce FORKE BROTHfFS
Located 600 Block of NW 34th Street Pe 71-700. LienIe, Fl. wat, Wer Std. E. s. ol~was ey am cbldmre. s per mo and quipped kitchen, uosMt- prace available for 000 a The Autioneers
125 N.W. M S St.,P. F2 2-3511 1 1Comples sely. Phone FI 4-5112, lea1d. IL per mo~t. Ph. mI oth. Call FORDYCE & is UIjNu L\. NE1IB
mSember Mliolie L.ist evg eM 11al0. 815 NE I10h Av.e1. I S IATB. DIc. In-I123. MlI Sharp Bldg Ph LtU
U--~o -~ID~ -ia ir AR51 G OI


KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON'S


SALE


OF


EW


HOMES


STARTS


TODAY


JOIN THE CROWD TODAY At HIGHLAND COURT MANOR-FREE,PEPSI FREE REFRESHMENTS


OPEN


UnE


Model Home Fumishl4by
Cox Furniture C.
RA M.


vnIrM i:


You con own a new KGP honm
for as little as
3100, *'"'
$1 0 down ond n
Phmm- duds peheW, iM,: &19 fU.
OTHER HONl AS LOW S A $00, kA
IWith the possibly of pointing yr own i h6
in lieu of dow .pymnt.) I .


See the new 1964 version of the L.35 B,
(pictured at left and below) one of our
most popular homes. This 3-bedroom model
is distinguished by 1140 sq. ft. of enclosed
living area plus storage room, carport
and patio. PRICE? ONLY

$14,550
Includes Built-In Oven & Range
(your choice of gas or electric)
All new '64 K & P homes feature central
heating units convertible to control air con-
ditioning at any time.


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1:30 to
6p.m.


WIN A NEW
G.E.
PORTABLE
TRANSISTOR
RADIO
JuIs g|um tkhe lum r *f on-
ctec b kt s o el in cgue rtcti
of our Md I kome. Nleaest

RADIO WILL BE
AWARDED TODAY
AT 5:30 P.M.


DIRECTIONS:
Drive North on Main
Street. turn right at
23rd Blvd. Continue
to N.E. 15th St. and
turn LEFT-folow
Ssi o modmi kho
at 2913 N.L 14th
Str.t.


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SUN WANT ADS

Qulkkt


vrr. end Mn. Tbems H. Wmen Jr. mac
ome l aste et 3126 N.W. 9th 5, thre. g
Auei with J.o Meill, ethe, mumer o


T-" APPLNIDA
IM aM monm
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1t 4-2 AI4

QUALITY
HOMES
WestVilla
Col ates
mN OaYLai APUve.







TERMS!
WALTER STUIgS,
o I n.n
BIPM itWon. At Gpus







1i21 NWIid v. Il
mike Nmra, hassd es
twT. Call n towy t:


QUALITY
HOMES
Westyillo
WW I TAve. t37t S.

Carol Estates


TERMS!
WALTER STUIIS,
In.
Ph. 6-534


6 MS. Fr sl


ANTIQUE Love Sot. Vic-
wian. $100. Phon FR
6-5246.
SINGER SLANT NEEDLE
fmt umetae. NUme te I
ts bl tlwng: ax bEa a
S n gas sa.s* O
ta helm. Dc. aMa a.
MMIL tIe MsL talem
Mi
Sewing Machine
Service Co.
asm a1,. Ave rn I-m
USED kruo dranA tands
- alsoU a SW3r dStrds

ROCK-IOT1OM

let --


STAmT FARM A&NT
fl a. kn mains

SHADOW LAWN
STATES
tl *bmU* Ik, ma
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man ftab at --
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daz astr -w ens
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MARI.3 3aTa. xes n Carbale.T
m.C11,11. Nw mN 4o
phia eeR l o 1
KmEw hriture at wholes..l
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bIcOOk abb i I; Se es I
tide at a marae k M.
w1 ;marb Y ef.eatr o
t~e tables 5.3: aa i9
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sae at r a afti.,a se 47- a Ut .. a sk es. w
Sm Orate B. ibi:k Naw. reak ala&W 34 UD itan
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rb s4 iTO. w o. M III. 3lail Pe
Mdon waE.t tue t. traIl e r.' er. 01% Tra vsaes. ;
I CallhV&143aftel .4 mS. We buy Vat too.se Cm.
j-w. be itk -- mi c
-* ang I sed shape $M; s .
atgI esteIa tle, beat. Ph:am ; be r. an.
IS; Contswe idiol iw mat bid O a e- am
us. reme w1r. wSI n 1 4155 wL.. a w,
Vl. A"e. aite 4#a s.

wa fi.m ater. inU good te..Psta.. usk Lu
h i sr iii. as: an M. Ua a --
--- ..*B 1L *Call m (r ak oA wor n nmu mdo*
CMA a"a W e .& a-- -s m
Pap- at a e v S K deeiE ys
ads tl. Ar1 S I e M IA7 1 a pr.
MPAUL cSWta PL tIabl ohm? IIIA F
Us a bla i ee rI a.
DMG SO ETA Sa b Ied*Sw
un $MU fn r -- "M W
aF asQs W&a. |l ret. nv; P* F
Mmeor a as In OeIIp
iFMa. LAUtWat. Ii.k. o smp
s"I sa. tv0 b masm.t
use 3AL bes .R oom$ta a t ee
.a ce tuna Dgktmhosw" mmos.a& -
aJ wdst ode eadQue o b r ter. ot -r PH. Moe
ca f wiN p US. Mri. UM M. 46U-IS 5
F's b*s k t.


People


make the


difference


The nicet thi about PhO Forst
is the people t ve here.
Lasto1 friendships come easy to new
forest families. You'll find
Pine Forest the "right" kind of neigh.
borhood to raise your children.
Looking for a home near top schools?
Most Pine Forest boys and girls go to
nearby Metcalfe. Howard Bishop, and St
Patrick's Schools.
Pine Forest is just a baseball throw from
City Pork and the Boys' Club. Summer.
time social center is the exciting Carol
Estates Swim and Community Club. Your
membership's free with your Pine Forest .
home.
In the kind of setting usually served for
$25,000 house, Pine Fret homes re
pied from $12,900 to $18,000.
VA, nothing down .. pay only $100
closing FHA, easiest terms available.


moo sa. S is WI.
GOOD IWpm d IM NO.
s- sant Swga WUsNWt
.a rn eaM Ceu
ter. I WS. Ur. Are
TOU ARE iJm sr yWmr let-
ten. A Mw UMAwat tye.
wUter tbws at mpea1~
lnte fast. %ML don. fr e
tri.L Dial F2 2-2IM m.
PuLaer s coie offie Out-.
t.
73 *MSS oMdeiIm

Repossessed
Spinet Piano
ASSaW pemft or
cMn b e-finatd.
Cridley Music Co.
Gebr ete *1 Cew
Opm Mon. & Fri. 'til 9

a l. Psm eai PL
ra a
PO if Os -ItteehAe ie
ar k ou' pm com


tM ATMUM

Cea "AT.. a fat pOm.a
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BUILT AND DEVELOPED BY

HUGH EDWARDS, INC.
Phone 372-1551


Sun Want Ads Get Results


Pre-Spring SALE


of


NEW


VA


HOMES!


DO


DOWN VA
100% VA LOAN
NO CLOSING COST:
NOW UNDER cONSTRUCTION
k3 yor Ps S NMI.. w VA Coa
tWHlese wI ym. NOWI


N


VA


,I *
lv can oI yewr weow
: m

or t


(TODAY


* CENTRAL HEATING
* BUILT-IN KITCHENS
* ALL CITY SERVICES

SWolk to Jr. Highoand
Bwwntoy Schook.
* Walk to Privoe 300
Swim COu


ONLY)


WHY NOT OWN YOUR OWN


3-BEDROOM, 1 or 2 BATH


HOME!


Fr i


1 PER MONTH!


Includor Plripel, lteem Hzard Insurance, Taxes.


AS**




S;"Profgds

w S NW
YI mw E. SALK OFFiE: NW 4Ord


THM


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BUILDERS


for Professional People"


PHONE: FR 2-9545 or Nihhs FR 6.9048


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Mode ean 'til dark
N.E. 16th Avenue & 15th Street


IA Rd* W W 1196 K












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78 TRUCS OR UUM
SJoes Win s --

ia "em as pu -
nraiU 'A' Trabni 14
1. 1- Traw a
ODA MOTOR l
S Oat CO
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13 STUUAXU % too Nek-
suim palt -W. no Tm
7W3e 5 ef P.M.-
3 Aganlal...u. Sib
mUICK, 1I. M labN. 2 r.
lardtop. color with while
te. ower t. artn & t nk.
ctrY air onoldtlfd. 4m
tires. C car. I mro A
driver. Call 3n40 afr 4,3
P1 m c e w A
CHEVRUOIT 31, Ml blTi
trasportatioNl, eater. Now:
battery, rw CL ca ro* tih.
e ijob. W pmp. hie ut.
pipe tlue-up. 37M17.
ORVA '3.F 2-or. uto.
Trs.m. Heter toted wind-
I, shicld. s dn AsMoas pa-
Lent. os N. A MoaSt. n
'OR !IS. V4. Cusa. ms.&
dnvt ter. 4-dr.. eoed cam
dits. owu drWfted. il seti-
1f Plam M3ms
LYI ULTIn. t, w 44 .
mow auloatiie trasmslsm.
beaur. iueowt urm nd
C*it. LL. PIm I3IA
7 JEa Ssoas wa. uar,

lvick. TIad. or e wheldri v
Untnaoua Mo -d-a
s VI4 I. ned. CaM
pitea.. .utae tr--..ilnl
Class. or trade mr sem
Sar 'I C ovy waoL. a
A. Al a V4 aisr eorst
aoup, Prante. IO1 NA.w
13thi St FR 3I-0.
FOR THE CORRECT
TIME ..
FR 2-1411
Courtesy Of
Um"rtll" Cecig
N. Maie St. amle Av.

MOBILE HOMES
FEDERAL QUALITY
I M. Ma 441
t City Li Sig
CALL 72-511l
WE TRADE
FOR ANYTHING


aI IDNL 3 dr. ap. power
1mI sp m U t 3
a PNa ill. Ua a .fr
as rrne a l i* Cu
iftf I> ft t*S.
s- aw a nMu hi.s.
am eu wa m d m
WA )M.. anr I M.A L
Vail. Anm
'se iwar. tlad lho..
nMmf argam lL Go-od
u*M ed M. Paem

S.wh. Cu a s .n aW DtW Nw
VS. a0' h u- awSDn14
W t h U after 4 PM, waka.
Al dear SIt a S&O.
1uN CADULACA. SoUs 4dvm.
4dr. hleur, fh eidld
lacludkg factor air. crean
pIs. S, sm fuor iwpa. to
FOR SALE '3 Ford Fairia
"0" -dr. Hardo, radio a
hatt Aubomatlic trsmibm-
aoi. $0. P. &4M Wo 2-19W.
11i CCVIOIT riair, 44dr..
V4. powerode. prv. owr,
MlP. bme 2445 r aat
1U NE 14th A"e.
ro SALE 1i6 rrd. v-
Somr OMs LuM. udi
Trummuatoa. Sm Phsem
m or aMi Nret ni
LF R I6Ma. l-C FlarS 11L
*I RAMBIN by Wi&. e.
A4 aL 4 dir. ritb beater.
n1 4-. -6 u4a 10

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.
HAWES


POWERS
MOTOR CO.
Preely Ammma.
'tb
WILBUR SLIGH
e s eimo eued
car depemuet.
Wilbur wishes to Invite
his many friends and
cutoman to drop by and
him at
312 N. Main Shtns
FR 6-3400


U AUTMILS fAr SAUfS 5ATOMOugLI r U SMU AmmMnil b W1 A.mm. WasNn A..IuM. Wse.
ua C n O6a.me. p 'ue si UeM. 'S lM OVMD d. ....m eeew. IE ." aeI .l J
aM. a* ss ar. paM sea. cnas een a m t m -g rso a I nS M F. mot ae t N 'ad coadon.
m "sn hr Sonei. tStptln. mu 1O featS. L w em nasI Is alg NUSe r 3.nM
slli CuIiaor, u .I, n aie V s.A L a WANfED Wrecked or Junk
Eat rB, Sn11 6 ampm ig. u m L *On a aL Pt.m.air cn i A M ONt. ~m can. Call FR 6-5378 after
-----M --- f. mm sai. 6 p.m.
M as'kI mwM sn a-
la S Au bills
w1h inTo tri. m N a0. &iL.
st truammw 1 *saMr siH
CAU e.. Bomin h. IMo
f M .. 4____a u .__ I; *

?w, T $
vu molMI low tn-
1 | o as saSers:L

TA h caar t f *m)at I


doe f eat gas?

No such animal.
Better let a bug.
V Vw AktANh 1ItIA,
eoaverti by red *kth
black r ira. Mealer,
widlte SalL tes SIMS
I- ,
' VW. a .-B,. ul bluf .
whItawa U-., rauot
While *atheite ienw.
(HRtadr t ine),. One
erner I$S
v Vw dia. jot Wbla
v0oS We tWe. L ac plAila
a V L Mi wJ.
am asfefr -r k das
end S eteUpik ermiises
..m n sta s
'U V W tS Ma.

U vwI eae Sation me .

U FAtt h bhin kme
aid me' red u


WU Wot. dall. mas
we n~o v. a


Milr-Browu
Moron
1030 L UnimhyAve.
FR 2-3582


NOTICE TO NEW CAR BYERS
The Public has been misquoted by many dealers of other
make can as being the lowest priced Americb. made car

FOR YOUR BENEFIT
We ore quoting the lowest priced American built car.


Sen 1743


Deliered With Wilht e Tdel NOT A STRI)E MODEL!
STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST:


I iei>ed wi hWi
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Present


BETTER


CAR.


FR 2.8433


GAINESVILLE
AUTO SALES
ionl K II3.
Intnm m-alll

-b DlD.


THERE'S


Barkley Motors
GAINESVILLE'S NUMBER ONE
USED CAR & SPORTS CAR DEALER
IS
OUT TO BREAK THE BANK!
WE MUST SELL 85 UNITS


BY FEB. 29


??HOW??

By Not Being Out-Traded or Undersold
85 UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM


LOOK! LOOK!


"In the Auto Game


MORE IDA



IN THE


ENGLISH


I 64 HILLMAN MINX,
S nlo 3 000 miles


FORD LINE!


That may sound a bt boastfu, but it's ute true, you now. Dsh and
performance have always been points o pride with us. In fad,
modied English Ford Line engines have powered nearly ry in
in Formula Jr. racing- a real tbute to our engine dir. s we
think. Our English Ford Line products have cepti favorable
ower-to-weight ratios and splendid loor-monted, four-speed gear
xes as standard equipment. You really ought to drive one. See for
yourself all of the outstanding features on our English Ford Line
products. ..made in England by a name you know- a name you can trust
ENGLISH FORD LINE'S '64 MODELS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY-
SEE THE MAN WHO SELLS THEM TODAY ()



CRANE MOTOR CO.


516 S. MAIN ST.


'i


TRWcAL MONTIAC
INC.


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2200 binab thilmeN
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ADVENTURE AH EAD
0 000 0 0 0 *

Airtom Pmvu 1964
amman ae saum inu

JaM. 31, Feb. 1 d 2
12 NOON TO 99PM.
PREMIEREE SHOWING
INTHIS AREA
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63 CADILLAC
vetn Factory air
edition, amfm radio.
Fuly etipped. Like New.
B & G Co. car, used for
pras & by the bo.
U pri amo t $ 000oo.
hery wany.
SAVE


ans


63 BUICK


Electra 22
FACTORY
POWER.
Very shar


5 Hardtop sedn.
AIR, FULL
Pristine white.
Smooth, sleek


$3795


I
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a9op


63 COVAIR


Monu. 900 cop. Whte
with red leaterete bucket
seats. Radio, heater, auto
tram. Lss tn 17,000
miles


$2095


63 OLDS.


98 Holiday edan. Factory
ir & full power. Sold &
serviced by 8. & G. Leu
than 18000 miles. Still in
hoary warranty

$3995


I I S


i CADILLAC
be. FACTORY AIR
C TIOdNER. Fonan
O over Olyic N whie.
. t.itfu"l kntrv EX.
re.t res. Iitlia Cad-.
ila styling.
!13195

Si$l OLD9
stpr hardtop seen.
au Redc $200.
Nowni
$1995


60 FALCON


Station waon. Sap white
& reen. 6 cylinder.


$895


60 OLDSMOBILE
SSean Fcmor air co
New white paint jo by
B & G. Sold & serviced by
B & 6. Low mileage, ne
owner. This is a fine value.


$1595


60 CADILLAC
Sedn dVill. Factory air
codionrt LoU mileage.
You e invited to cm-
pars ois ar for ao dtion,
appearance & value with
any being offered by any
other dealer at this price
$2795


SPECIM


LOW 5.5% GMAC
FINANCING ON 63
MODELS & 5.0% ON
64 MO S.


62 CADILLAC
Sedn. 6 w~dow t odl.
atifu canditon. Lst
new about $6300.
$3995
62 Crown Imporil
Soudmpaon hardtop -
dan. Factory ar, cruel
control. Full o r.
$3595
-u6L-.
88 d. Pwer e iasn
&bakes.
$2595


FR 2-3631


61 OLDS
Suer 88 sedan, factory air
conditioning, I owner, ex-
cellnt condition


$2095


62 CADILLAC
Selection of several. All
fully eipped including
Factory ir. ne owner, low
mleao cars in top con-
dition
FLEETWOOD SEDAN 23.-
000 miles. Beautiful write
& rose Lst new *Ut
$7500
$4095
SeIan Do Ville. 4 WIAnO
or 6 window models. List
new about $6700.
$4095


LOT CLEARANCE -OF OLDER MODELS


56 CHRYSLR
MEC~~NICAL VERY
SAP& OAA, DAM-
,AMGTRUt&


58 OL0
Sper 88 hlop c&sp
Wht. c& tse RaSedL
Wa
$B^--


57 CADILLAC
Fl -woo Air aM P"-
*mo tomii


5 CADILLAC
COH VC VLE Ai
"d**de


58 CHEVROLET
Slimon wamo. 6-c, std.
m- dL


- ~:ki


I 44"La &
qwMlrA
Ms~IA.I


rt i^S'vWfTa^V


Borklev's the Name"


. 1651


extra clean ......


.. .$1295


62 TR!UMPH,TR-3. just like new $1795
62 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie 500, automatic
PS. radio, heater .. $1895
62 T-BIRD, automatic. PS. PB A/C,
R&H, power windows $2995
61 CORVAIR, 700 4-dr., low mileage .$1195
61 CORVETTE, 4-speed, extra clean ,$295
61 VALIANT, V-200, automatic trans-
mission, radio, heater ......$1195
61 MERCURY. 2-dr. hardtop, automatic.
oircond PS.R&H. $1695
61 FIAT, Spider, top-notch condition $1345
61 OLDS, "98" 4-dr hardtop, PS, auto.,
A/C, PB. R&H, 1-owner .... .$2295
61 CHRYSLER, Newport, automatic,
PS, PB, A/C. R&H.......... $1795
61 FALCON, 4-dr.. radio. heater ..$1195
61 CHE., Impala 2-dr hardtop, auto
PS, R&H ....... $1795


61 MERCURY, 4-dr wagon auto,
PS, PB, A/C, R&H
61 FORD, 4-dr Golaxie, automatic.
PS. A/C, R&H


$1795


61 DODGE, Lancer 2-dr hordrop auto
R&H .. ... $1145


61 CADILLAC, Sedon deVille, fully
equipped ...... .. .


$2996


61 SIMCA, 4-dr sedan, no down
payment needed ... $299
61 FIAT, Spider... ...........1195
60 CHEVROLET, Convertible, auto.,
radio, heater ................ $1599
60 PONTIAC. Convertible, automatic
radio, heater ........... .$1495
60 VOLKSWAGEN, Kormonn Ghia ..$1395
60 T-IIRD, fully equipped .. .$1995
60 FALCON, 4-dr wagon auto,


radio, heater .....


... $1195


60 UNCOLN, Premiere 4-dr. hardtop,


fully equipped ...


59 OLDS, Super '88' 4-dr .


. $2095


$1095


59 TRIUMPH, TR-3 .......... 1295
59 BUICK. 4-dr. automatic radio,
heater. PS, PB .. $1195
59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Cotohno, automatic
PS PB, rodo, heater ............ $1195
57 FORD, 4-dr. hardtop ,automatic, PS,
R&H, no down payment ........ $495
57 IUICK,4.dr., automatic. R&H, PS,
PB. no down payment ... $595
57 FOR.2-dr. Fairlane 300.
no doW payment ............. 5495
57 FORD, woon. Very, very nice.
No down paynt ............ 595
5 P# 2-dr. sedon, auto., radio.
her. V-8. no down paynnt .... $2
M OIM, pickup t ck,
...no do payment ............. $
"In the Spots CorGowm...
Borkles t M Nam

2201N. MAIN STREET
*-MAt4MI jr


964 RAMBLER


yn iy ,vv miirs ....
63 FALCON, Convertible,
show room condition .-....... $2245
63 TEMPEST, LeMons. 4-speed trans. $2295
63 CHEV., Impala 4-dr. hardtop, PS,
aircond. R&H, automatic .... $2795
63 ALFA ROMEO, extra clean ......$2495
62 AUSTIN HEALEY, 3.000 Mark II
Roadster, wire wheels, overdrive $1995
62 CHEV., Convertible, automatic
PS. R&H. nice . .$2145
62 MERCURY, 4-dr., outomotic PS PB.
A/C, R&H. one owner .$2195
62 MERCURY, 4-dr.. automatic, PS, PB
A/C, R&H, 11,000 miles $2295
62 CHEY.. 4-dr. Impala, automatic PS,
A/C, R&H, like new $2295
62 CORVAIR, Monza 4-dr automatic.
radio, heater ... .. $1795
62 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200. radio, heater.


I4


Joe m so











Sedey, Febkry 2, 194


Almp


PARnoI&rIc
AXCHAM *


18 vm of nT. dmendible Mv
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SALE
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$ICIAL
41 CHEVOLET

4N asetmt tra


Il


DGWAY MOTOR CO'S
TRADE-INS
ANe lIrw, Ckaer, Un Cen!
a H Sport C.. t. rt... ad.. hew,
iftMl twe lik* rw. Lit mw for $3250.
IMFM 4 ........................... $im


6a PORD
as a. Ja .
am a a
$1995
61 RAMILR
ait --, nar
ar
$1095
40 CHEVY
WarH ns. clMr. a-
th See. audr(d tnraL-
s biler, ubl wal the.
$950
60 FALCON
lrn.m -w. aWL
$795
59 MERCURY
an aH4* s. ls .
iAeW n et. MU. MM
$895
59 BUICK
Males wa. Ishn rm
te. h mAnIL. .W
$1095
57 CADILLAC
r&. SaW. nmk na.
hws. t 9~ t 5 -a
bare a ceMes new
te.


62 FORD
Lta mad lakse m 14
as maml imkres V4
i, am r arS ae
.m.r Xus...Mt tl..e-
$1795

crim ta tr. a.
Cin. om m w.r aft
$0695
60 FALCON
*b kbti xtdn tid.
$795
69 RAMBLER
oM m 4t4. raL AW.-
aie rafdt. ier. assmir e-
&c Mae& bsief eals
-a
$1095


59 MCHLE
1* Ca Ca7 ata



59 C IEV



4*. Saln. was. 4.A
at Dlinnhrar.. hei

$695


NO DOWN PAYMENT


SFORD. $34 Me.
58 PLYM.. $32Mo
57 CHEY .. $29M
57BUICK $32 Mse


57 DODGE $23 Me.
57 mbler $29 Mo.
57 FORD ..$32 Me.


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RIDGWAY MOTOR
1132 L. Main St.


NOW IN


GAINESVILLE!


CITY AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
In.
'A CARL PITS


ENTERPRIE
1409 & Maob

THE SOUTI
LARGEST


SES


TUMBLE


DOWN

atMELTON MOTORS

63 BUICK.......$3978
a srra cmt c"a *ae mreir. amm .at.
wit al l t. gaaf t hiS a be.
63 BUICK...... $3785
BIcir sb do" t hilly -p fthoibn fe-
hey air eI me.. pnm *UIm and aityle rim.
62 BUiCK...... $2787
4dr lardt& i ram finsh. Pw riMrft brake fletur
air cadltw. A -od cean to t b ail 6 omdiitchlg

63 BUiCK.......$2468
9..SI nS0af 2-r. Uha.dt. estd a tc uw w iit MW
" iter.S All Amria levew ta" a af.
63 BUICK,...... $2392
M4r u V4 I a le &ar lram an vfItl
thre. ppfr f h r f MaU
61 FORD........$1671
aersAt aV-9 WO, arwuve for "" buu.
Cayccblb V4 afM, autaede trbaeineim. adio, heater
ON "e In b ai .. me. .

60 ,UICK.......$1698
4* wmq fal paed hew tg aitr akcsil ..
59 NTIAC.....$1248
semvle atSna wsam. mlly niwrd ekilni air ems-
assttL .rnlic k graswd wUme top. Ju rIht Ir that

58 RAMBLER.....$487
MIthe wa mcenO t traspUertam.I Va sum oil ua
mvT little __
58 BUICK....... $777
SNO I'MONEY DWN SPECIALS
NO MONEY DOWN SPECIALS


me' 57 UJCK. $590



ICO. CHEV. ....$590
56. IlIICK. s..... 14me$440
FR2-8433 56 EUICK.......$440


Su hardm. lev paiL
55 CGHEV....... $290
Id adua Vmiom. e DavI reu a .f

54 BUICK........$200
Mdr Mol. r quick to t IA n o!


Mellon Motors


FR 6-7571


9 WITH


Tropical Pontioc
Ie l (ni yuamf TO ,y rf Leh m We
Lhae ve al s model d cme San ck. 1
yar 'W" waem a yr UM d ca C old


SALE!
1 COMET
5* i d

aasm d as

63 STUDOAKER
IWrn.es em vo w
ob. Wa had. V4


-- $U ..
4b Vy k


Many, many more of oil makes and models
ot verypecials.
CRANE Uncoln-Meury
514lethMdelSt. 23a631a
- -
5.YEAl--M0,0 Mile Woty

DWP. D. l- DP, Tnmd


POOLEGABLE
MOTORS


11A F. AMeA


63 CORVAIR 1
tohm rand. heatr.
mile tramaelulo 1a.lO
r. "- atul it.
$1595
6 VOLKSWAGEN
Mr .dua. beath red
Srahdl. heater. nEh-

$1695


6 SPRITE
ams suaer. 1nar.
$1495
63 CHEY.
Gnreebrier ute wa
rammis. low a
$2195


LET ONE OUR QUALTY PONTIAC
SALESMEI IN RED COATS SERVE YOUI
62 PONTIAC 61 CORVAIR
Canna e 4?an ne. waS e te rwa" no, bt.hi-
fatmr. aksinemlm er. swe 4ad t s.
"tM. gt w aellh 1. l I aArP H
ow. s" $1195
$2395 0 RAMBLE
1 tMPoEST I eon cea. nb.
IL l --ioo -lanne. a8 da..i t
aift bera at
$W295

:O H DAILY TIL 9 p.m.
OPEN SATURDAY TIL 6 p.m.
OPEN SUNDAY 1.5 p.m
60 PLYMOH 59 OLDS
n5 9w mn.. .5e.
ft **1idw Mof T4 u0W.
*l. $994 5
$795 $

SPECIALu




TAMIS. a iMSE: $SI
a-'aa worn w imwnIc. vs
MCMO: SIS


YII


Ik.IHI NUmVI, 4-4. huiMp hcumn car
dft in ta. FullAy IWd ind uk ey
im. f Pr... --- UW $I&


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ARE YOU TIRED OF


PROMISES


PROMISES
Gainesville Auto Sales

Northcentral Florida's

No. 1 Independent

Dealer... Deals As

Advertised.
If you are looking for a nex to nu
pre-owned car buy. Remember...
When others won't Johnny Hipp
will! !


I 57 VOLKSWA8M
TW IS* a eleO eWr a
su beater nd amw
Wt


5 T PONTIAC
Mar cad. u .e bard-
top. A beantul ear ad
Is la eleeSu d in
galkedie. n t oiWUped
wlt V4 aine, mtalmt.
l tranlsdelo. poear
iteerli, power brame.
m.a as bitr. lb
-Ia critonal d S



i t, radl Interior. The
$795
r62 PONTAC
pbthb aker. Wthin itr
ha. betel air s le-O
tg. *uliautic trucanm
-1ta0riW ad white
wal Ure.
$2090


61 IUICK I
Ltr*.l 44dear edn.
IM 5l5 bmafl hiWe
Iwdp lth nUto a .
and h* atoal I trnM-
mll i wer er nu. I
nd*. beater aid t I
wak
sigma
$1880
62 CHIVROLT
amala. t"oWfr hanrop,
Widcd with eMmeat
which luiades eltric
iMbd ad emats., fet-
em ar sel dlll w. pm-
or srbg brake. 7TW
oior p Withk bdele
top ad Md hter.
$2290


0o mO 1J
Ormby du. A esu
ea tiat i owppwd with
V4 glMe s ioyw
bg. auluaetk tranimi-I
,i, nide. ad beater. It
h ua ca se wN /
$1098 1 ,

SPLYMOUTH 4 4
Snap Equated inh imp 24c e

TUb ba 5 5 O91
luI I* u *e e u
! $129,,

59 CWROftf 59 PORD
*pU teck ad b A AM Won blw ew
SWpe| w O V4 00%o, mtebach b N W v Iterir. a
aduate o trangabsm iw eqw i wth V4 w
reaf"td 'tster. Ib gml, powr aterilm.

$Ila W


S63 FORD
calaleA XL m. MoW
harat m uNo ar
l(e oia.ft hs ni car
UI. a ar.. a dU
u I el t ad i*s
wanipp HkV4. =WN W
*sraw. Pw brprk
|dk. bu. t.
"th r P


3ma
44peg
rhi-
oew


62 CORVAlR
pa Wma. r* eg-
ele ar mle.
a. in. ees h
wwI bum -I
a gis m wa nt i
$1799


s9 "ORD
bCaI-a dar als. N
bhe a 6 ctime MaUe.
.mmus k htmasi.
nid ad kauri. lI
b5 sansd we
It amh vM. wt Wil or-
- d tia
S$4 5


61I ICK
pelat 4-daw edit. m
eues Msn sad at. The
m5e hi whte wit
aN bw a w.
wis wal N ahi e.
ie* sd ee


59 VAYXHALL
al-m--w. Bk to
i d i hb m..
Ssah hs tr. It
.ad.W..k ...
aI. barn


5ICHMOUT
BU S-her sda. lbs
n "a a4 eral a
-W a it is a
a ba u
-St.a


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., a.t al .aI wm
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WEEK-END



SPECIALS
ALL PRE-SERVICED FOR ON THE SPOT DELIVERY
63 FORD
Golaxie 500. 4-dr., Cruise-0-Matic trans-
mission, V-8 engine, radio, heater, power$i
steering. Tute white over burgundy. 4 1

61 BUICK
4-dr. hardtop Electra 225. air conditioned,
power steering, power brakes, radio, heater,
power windows, automatic transmission, 8
whitewall tires. Solid blue finish. 18

61 FALCON

Future 2-dr., bucket seats, radio, whitewall$ r
tires. Solid white finish.

60 FORD

4.dr. station wagon, V-8 engine, heater, 9-.$i95
passenger. Light blue finish. Whitewall tires.7 7

60 CHEVROLET
2-dr. Impola hardtop. Big engine, 3-corbure-
tors. Straight shift, radio, heater. Whitewall /
tires. Flo-tone point, white and red. I4 4

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED


12-MONTH
SERVICE PLAN
LOW DOWN
PAYMENT
EASY TERMS


59 FORD
Z-dr. wagon, V-8 engine. Ford--Motic tmrns.
mission, radio, heater, styletone white and

60 RAMBLER

ing, heater, automatic transmission, solid
white finish.

61 TEMPEST

4-dr., radio, heater, white and blue finish,
whitewall tires. I2 9 5

62 CORVAIR


Monz 4-dr. bucket
shift, radio, heater,


im..LS-, -- YeI uhew 'IM u i
tdue l mull ye', M ee tel
bM&aC Am% hM*
WE S LLTO SULLAAIN
I m bum. OleC 1w 6ud





AUTO SALES

haW PaL tm ~II lCs.


shots, 4-speed straight
attractive light grey 19

SPECIAL


60 CHEVROLET

4-hv4 PVim8 tamSan.
or cditid. id whitefi. A89



SHAW KEETER
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1924"
238 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
PHONE 3720503


AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
SPECIALIST


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. 0


OurTown
By JE


N CAIVR


To run or not to run.
It's a question that apparent-
ly rossesfar too few minds
all over Alachua County.
So far, the same old hoJa
election pattern appears to
be forming. The Gainesvile cy
elections continue to be a little
mo upgraded and county jobs
remain in the ruts of sheer ten
ure.
It is difficult not to agree
with officials who counter the
question about candidate apa-
thy with the answer that voter
apathy breeds a cotented
breed of office holder who finds
the public oh repeatedly put
in front of his face.
"They (the voters) get whwt
they deserve," is the standard
cry.


school board-no oppmoents for
Wllard Wiiam wr Lester
Hodger Tiny Taot, wm is
eH the achadl sperhtnd
eaf job that won't be sght
agin by D. Making Jr.
Dul, dun, dLu.
Wih no opponents, who, be-
sd newspaper reporters, will
ask the kind of quesios that
keep an office holder the
job?
If adminstrato of the pub-
lic's work s tobedoneby a
hadful it doe't see turea
able to hop they're the
bet bndul available.
And it's doubtful that a year-
mater-year mbnt who is as-
ued of reekctl n is going to
make too much effort to set
a pe In his office that is


A cry that contains valid og- any faster than absolutely
Ic. But it's not logical or val- ce ry.


Id enough to warrant the who -
cares philosophy or is-ltreally-
worth-the-effort attitude.
Look at the record.
Despite its nothing ala -
no compensation for a job that
entails running a V t whose
budget is in the areod mol-
lion The Gainesville Com-
mission race in March already
has one announced candidate
and there is almost a sure ad.
ditional pair who will seek re
election.
On the other hand, the county
commission's three seats seem
to have all appearances of the
big chair at Raiford with all
the wires running to the near-
est outlet.
So far, incumbent Claude
Brandon is the only candidate
with any opposition. High
Springs hardware dealer Arth.
ur Thompson is opposing Bran-
don. A third candidate -
Farm Bureau President Jim
Wershow-has also been men-
tioned as having his eye on
Brandon's seat.
After that the county "race"
is between incumbents and rum-
or candidates:
Sid Martin has hearsay op-
position from former Hawthorne
mayor and city judge Alex De-
pastino.
Edgar Johnson's rumored foe
Is insurance man Carl Turling-
ton.
Among the other courthouse
officials, only Tax Assessor
Pierce Smith has been put onl
anything close to notice by po-
tential office seekers.
Former assessor Claude M.
(Red) Franks said this week
he was planning to run against
Smith.
Now look at the list of the un-
opposed to date:
Tax Collector Shellie McKin-
mey, Registration Supervisor
Mrs. Alma Bethea, Circuit


Court Clerk J. B. Carmlchael,
County Judge H. H. McDonald
and Sheriff Joe Crevasse.
Court of Record Judge Ira
Carter and State Attorney Ted
Duncan have not announced for
reelection but are expected to
run without opposition. New
Circuit Judge S. J. Adki is
also expected to rm unopposd.
The scene is the am at the


Ignoring any thoughts abo
whether incumbent offi
al have done a good, fa
poor, bad or disgraceul job,
would not seem unreasonable
make a plealor renewed nlte


est in that nebulous area call
ed "public life."
To the Bar Asociation of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit -
Encourage your members to in.
ject issues into the various elec-
tion. Run for office if a.ed be
to tell the aveae Joe who
probably won't e in a court
room two times I his life

Oldest Theatre
Rings Down
Final Curtain
BALTIMORE *(AP) The
faded, rimon cutains closed
for the last time at Ford's Sat-
urday night as the -year-old
theater bowed out to make
room for a parking lo
The rickety stage which octs
held the greatest Shakespeari
as had the road company
of the rowdy "A hiuny Thing
Happened on the Way to the
Forum" to pride over its de-
mise.
About 1,M0 persons were ex.
pected to jam the ancient thea-
ter for the farewell performance
and to "shed m official
tears," as Mayor ITeodore Met
Keldin put it I
Billed as th oldest theater in
active use in the country, Ford'
officially opened Oct. 3, ll
with a production of Shake-
speare's "As You Lie It," star{
ring James W. Wallack.
Ford's Opera House was patl
turned after the Booth Theater
in New York and built by Jol
T. Ford, who also owned -ie
Ford Theater in Washinto
where President UIncoa was a
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