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Gainesville Sun
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i?t:;;..R!. 88th Year, No. 143 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1964 ONE WEEK HOME DELIVERED DAILY AND SUNDAY . .

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WASHINGTON (Special) accomplishments earned the
By EILEEN SHANAHAN The City of Gainesville has won city the national award. Gainesville It
WASHINGTON The Fed- an Achievement Award as one was a runner-up in its population If' "*)
eral Trade Commission Satur- of the top entries in its popula, category and the judges -
day proposed a ,rigid crack- tion category during preliminary praised business area and
down on cigarette advertising.The judging of the 1963 National neighborhood Clean Up accom .
commission issued a set Cleanest Town Achievement plishments.
of proposed new rules to govern Award Contest. Wilbur M. Harling Jr. chair;
I cigarette advertising that man of the Gainesville Beautifi-
; The decision of the
; would: judgeswas cation Board Harold E. Bedell, i
announced by R. H. Hack-
vice-chairman of the commit- fj
-Require every cigarette endahl, director of the National -
carton to contain a clear warn Clean tee; Mayor Byron Winn; Rep. I
L4 ing that cigarette smoking is Up-Paint' Up-Fix Up D. R. (Billy) Matthews and
Bureau which the
sponsors an-
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L4&iSOi.w lb.iii ;wS1Ynn ww '.wmn.K w.n health. Senators Spessard Holland and
dangerous to
:; : : nual event. George Smathers have been
As amused spectators 'watch, Jacksonville Mayor Hay Burns candidate for governor retrieves his hat whichhe _Prevent any advertisement Gainesville's extensive oral invited to attend a reception ho-
literally tossed into the ring the cattle sale ring-at the,Santa Fe River Ranch yesterday. Burns was intro claiming that one brand of cigarettes vaccine a "tremendous noring representatives from all
I duced by ranch owner A. D. Davis as one who had tossed his hat into the governor's'' race, and Burns thereupon is less harmful to health effort program" in safety and the- winning cities in the 1963 com
sailed his John B., Stetson into the ring where 10 Polled Hereford bulls and 40 heifers were sold for a total of than' another, unless the adver- community-wide beautification petition.
$119,625. Story on Page 5 A)., (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) tiser has substantiated that :
claim i in advance.


; Will the Complete Story' ,.;, LBJ Sees ther indicated The steps commission that"intended it may, in take especiallyto addition fur-, MltIX


GrowthIn protect the youth of the na
Big tion" against unfair or deceptive r

On Baker 'Become Public? invited cigarette suggestions advertising.from the It -

Economy public as to how this could best

By CLARK MOLLENHOFFCowles ... ., -' 'Some./'lit. t the Democratic .."'1YASHING TOlEAp 'Presi be'done. ; ______ :
Washington Bureau 'Sm \thers "cleared" of committee members' are determined ) The Department of Defense, 44 1
WASHINGTON, D.C. The indiscretions. See Page 2.. )to try to block the dent Johnson 'will prod Con- meanwhile, announced that its
for the
Senate Rules Committee has publication of any testimony in gress anew Monday top health officers will meet
tax
ll-billion will
cut. He aB
drawn its first, political blood career is being damaged by volving the LBJ Company or dict pre this week to decide what, if any
and is heading for showdown "the smear" of involvement in President Lyndon Johnson. a big 1964 expansion inAmerica's thing ought to be done to dis- ,vp W
if the bill
on some questions.t that will determine a real estate transaction with However, there is as much is passed swiftly.economy,' courage smoking among the I IF
whether testimony on Baker. determination on the part of 2.7 million men and women in
the LBJ Company is_made pub- The Smathers matter has demonstrated ,Republican 'members of the This word came Saturday the armed forces. The Defense I
to the Democratsjust committee that all of the infor- from close advisers to the Pres- Department indicated that it 9; O p
lic.Senator ',George Smathers, how devastating it can be mation from ''Reynolds be madea ident. They gave some of the has no plan actually to bar cigarette -
\ Dem., Fla.. is,' fighting mad to be linked .with Baker in any part of the record and event- figures he will use in his economic smoking but policies
over the testimony that dis- joint financial or social venture ually be made public., report to Congress to such as the refusal to accept

I closed his financial involvementin and 'there is a clear realizationthat Senator Hugh Scott, Rep., be released Monday noon. free cigarettes for distributionon
a real estate deal with RobertG. even bigger stakes are involved Penn., stated that he is opposed He will tell the legislatorsthat military bases may be ad- WILLIAMS HODGE II

(Bobby) Baker and Scott I. in, testimony by Don B. to any policy that'will'eliminatesome the Gross National Productthe opted.
Peek Smathers' former admini Reynolds, Silver Springs insurance of the details of transac- sum of all goods and The trade commission's actIon .
strative assistant. man in .an executive session tions involving Reynolds and services-hit a record annual came in the form of a set of,, Williams
Hodge
The dapper Florida Democrat of the Senate Rules Com Baker. rate of $600 billion in the last proposed trade regulation rules ,

contends that his political mittee. A spokesman for Senator quarter of 1963. governing cigarette advertising.The .
. This means that if the last rules were issued under the
Scott said Thursday that those .
who are opposed to a full ex- quarter figure had applied to commission's general statutory Bid for School Bd.
Plan ConvalescentCenter ploration of the Reynolds story all of 1963 the nation's outputfor authority to protect consumers
have "been pulling every the year would have been against unfair. or deceptive ad

angle" to try to persuade Sena- $600 billion. Actually it was $585 vertising. Willard E. (Bill) Williams, Alachua County School
tor Scott that he should not push because of lower output in ear- Comments on the proposed Gainesville certified public ac :Board member Lester C.
for G'villeA for a full record and open ques- lier quarters.The rules from any interested per- countant has announced he will Hodge of Gainesville has an-
tioning of Reynolds. Gross National Product, sons here invited and must be be a candidate for reelectionto nounced he will seek reelectionto
"The senator is the President's economists say, filed, in writing, with the com- the Alachua County School the board representing Dis-
going to stand
million dollar, 100 bed study Gainesville during recent firm on his position" the has scored a record rise of$100 mission by March scheduled 2. The commission Board from District IL trict 3.The .
convalescent center will be months reported how great the spokesman for Senator Scott billion in less than three years. has public He is now completing his 49-year-old businessmanand
built in Gainesville soon a Bev- need is. And, they say, profits and labor hearings on the proposed rules first term on the School Board, cattle raiser has served
March 16. The rules
erly Hills, Calif., firm announced As a result ,earlier plans for, said.Equally interested in a full earnings both hit highs in fourth beginning will not'go into effect until some having been elected in 1960.A the public school system of

yesterday.It a 72-bed facility were scrap- examination of the whole Baker quarter 1963. time after that date and majt I be native of LaFayette Ga., Alachua County since 1947 -
hopes to break ground ped in favor of 100 beds. affair is Senator Carl Curtis, But Johnson will declare that modified as a result of the writ Williams moved to Florida first as a 'Trustee, and lateras
these records are not enoughthat with his family in 1926. He at- a School Board member.In .
within six months. "We're very excited about Rep., Nebr., and Senator ten and oral testimony received.In .
an early tax cut is vital to tended Florida schools 1963 he chairman of
'' the in Gainesville public was
growth potential Sherman
Site of the planned 'facility Cooper Rep., Ky. a statement accompanyingits
reduce the "intolerable'
unemployment and the University of Florida. the board.
will be 1020 SW 16th Ave., according said President Charles The controversy now centers announcement of the
to United Convalescent Z. Wick in Beverly Hills yester about testimony about the rate-5% per cent of rules, the commissionSee proposed He is a member of the Uni- Hodge who lives, with his

Hospitals Inc. day.He (See BAKER on Page 2)) (See JOHNSON on Page 2) ( SMOKING on Page 2)) (See WILLIAMS on Page 8A) (See HODGE 'on' Page 8A)
The firm is engaged in build- said his firm also has nur-
ing and operating a nation-wide sing home projects underway in .
t network of centers that provide Fort Lauderdale Jackson- PANAMA VACATION CUT SHORT 3 Killed
skilled nursing care for long- ville and West Palm Beach. He
term patients. Most patientswill said' United Convalescent is
in than 20 cities In Crash At -
be bedridden. working more =:
G'ville Woman -' -
Convalescent centers developed across the nation., Leaves

by the firm provide only facility Chiefland ,
nursing care ,Dr., Ralph R. are. Jacksonville arch
Troubled ;tBy
Sachs, director of the company's tects Woodward Akel and Bell., Country., ..!
management division, Wick said actual constructionis CHIEFLAND -Three men
told The Sun. "It'll look like a awaiting completion of the HAROLD RUMMELSun and their four small children died when a pickup truck andan
hospital but there'll'be no sur- working plans and arrangement Staff Writer' who have lived in Panama-for- auto collided on S. R. 500 t

ical or laboratory facilities" he of details to get FHA fin- "We ,kept the shutters closed about a year. Benmont 4 Tench- just inside the east city limits
ancing for the project.He and didn't burn lights at night Jr. Is head of. the U.S4 Aid iMis- ...
about 10
I said.All patients will be ,under the said he hopes to have the because of the snipers. sion there. p.m. Friday.

I care of their! private ,physician, preliminary work completed "But 'we never had any sni- His mother had visited-'her. Another was critically hurt.
and be ready to break groundin :, .t.
he added. 1 pers.' family since Dec. 19. ,-
The center will supplement actual four' to six months He said j' "I 'guess we ,probably never ."J,was looking forward.tojar- Highway Patrol Trooper W. .
,1 hospital care. United Convalescent is shootingfor were 'in any serious danger,"' nival week the first of February.Then A. Hallman'identified the dead

Patients using it will be ones an opening date near' the said the bespectacled lady I was coming home:". she, as Ronald E. Loos 20, a Florida -
who need constant nursing at- end of 1964. looking prim 'in her matched said. State University student ...

tentionthe stroke patient the suit black: shoes and rocking "I guess they won't celebrate. from Miami, and James Walter
chronic heart patient the ar- / chair. she observed.
/: :'-> now Bevis Jr., 61, and ErnestC.
e thriticbut can't be helped WHERE / "' She didn't 'look' anything likea Mrs. Tench said she was' at Scott, 39, both of Ja soDr
t much in a hospital. " >,c -e; refugee from revolution. But home with her daughter-in-law ville. .
Dr. Sachs estimated the per she"was.. ind the children when word of *
s day patient cost at the center TO FIND IT ., ",}.. \. Mrs. Benmont'Tench Sr. flew the'rioting first reached her.heir David George Hyde 20, Jack- '" '
here will be $12 to $15. =' out of Panama 'Friday. She house is about two miles somnlle Beach a passenger in E
Sachs said the center will em Area , .". . .:.; . 1 C ,. 1 spent'the'night In Miami and from Balboa High School where Loos car, was in critical condition ,
ploy about 50 persons and havean Classified ,. . .' 3C-7C --- .. completed,her' j journey home to 'a,"flag incident. touched off, the yesterday at the J. Hillis"
annual payroll of; about Comics. . '. ... .'. 2C; r : Gainesville yesterday after riots. Miller Health Center. .
$150,000.., He said another $150- Markets. . . . . 06 F ayr noon. She said'her daughter-in-law
000 will be spent locally for operating Movies . . . . 3C She's tired and glad to 'see Kay had been to the grocery The two Jacksonville men,
supplies.He Obituaries . : . 2A' Gainesville."I store. towing a boat with their pick-
said his firm believes Opinion Page .. .'. 6A just wish they were home "She hurried back when she up, were headed for a west

Gainesville is badly in need of Sports . . . ; 01-05 Y-- ,.-.. with me now," she told a Sun saw troops patrolling" she said. coast fishing trip.

such a center as is being plan- .:, t, Women's.. ...,... .'. .1 1B-8I MRS.. BENMONT TENCH yesterday. "We didn't know then what was: The cause of the wreck
ned. He said researchers sent to ., From-Revolution 'to- RockIng Chair 'They"are her son, his wife "'(See PANAMA on Page 2))j wasn't immediately found.

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2A Gainesville Sun Sunday, January 19, 1964j -







,r!J :$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Keep Ten Burglaries Police BusyA TEMPERATURES TEMPS S N' _TIDES ELSEWHEREHigh Lew-Fret Ip, Word BURNETT-e has been MILLSAP received ituarteg here|,; Beverly Survivors I include!Santa his Barbara widow-- ,, .



Jacksonville 52 47
II I Miami __ __ 65 59 of the death of Burnett A. Mill-I Calif.; and his father, motherland
swarm of burglaries, 10 in 'a jalousie window was taken Tampa ___ _ (3 S1 sap, Tampa, in a Memphis, sister, Judy, all of Los V
I i Work Out The Prizewords 'all, harried city police investigators !-out. It was unknown what was Atlanta 32 35 .01
: yesterday.No missing.706 New Boston Orleans_ _ 31 67 31 24 Tenn., hospital Friday. He I Angeles. Funeral services were
NW 23rd Boulevard New York V 40 30 was a frequent visitor to I in Los Angeles.;: V
:: major items were reported - Washington _' 46 II Gainesville.
GAINESVILLE SUN PKIZEWOED CONTEST KCLES ,where three panes were removed Chicago -_ 48 30 : DELLA HARDAKERMrs.
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I 1, The prize for the correct okiUon to thii Sunday's PRIZEWORD Winner missing. Kansas CKy 56 M Survivors include two sisters,I Della L. Hardaker, 57, J
PUZZLE will be $150. If no correct ohjtnn U received in tins Sunday V However police said last from a jalousie window Dearer _ 56 31 I
.... puzzle then $25 in prize money will b. added to' next week's award. and $3 to $4 and a .32 calibre LM Angeles X 52 Mrs. G. W. Boltin and Mrs. died yesterday at her home after
.**Staking next Week' prize S17S.tr night they'still hadn't been able Seattle -_ 3t 39 .37 Clayton Tullis, both of Gaines-I V
extended illness.
2. U the winning entrant baa been a home-delivered subscriber to The Colt automatic pistol taken an
:Iwa for the preceding; 30 daya. an extra bonus of $100 will be added. II Will Get to determine what had been from adesk inside. CEDAR KEY TIDES ville. A native of Chiefland, she
... more than one correct puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers taken in several of the reported Sunday-High at 3.S1 a.m. and 5:09 The funeral will be in Ever-
.i..the bonus will be divided among them. -Mac's House, 500 SW 2nd p.m. Low a4 10:40: a.m. and 11:05 moved here 35 years ago.
3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved burglaries. green, Ala. She
member of the
PRIZEWORD PUZZLE. If than solution to weeks Ave., where a window on the p.m. was a Baptist -
more one correct a PrizeBy Monday-High at 4:47 a.m. Mid
$250 They were at W. H. VAN SICKLE
--puzzle Is received. the prize money will be divided etjually among those : southwest side was broken and 5:46 p.m. Low at 11:19 a.m. Church. Funeral services
v submitting the correct solution.A Buchholz Junior High Word has been received hereof
4. Solve the due as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from $54.90 taken from a cash box. MARINE FORECAST I will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in
m each due the word which you think best fits the due definition. Cbp out PRIZEWORD PETE'rIb.Sm' School, where entry was gained -Bob's Cleaners, 2304 NW EAST GULF: Variable winds becoming the death of William H. Van Chiefland Cemetery with Rev.
the puzzle or use a food exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or '
through a lunchroom window south and southwest a to 15 Sickle, 25, a former Gainesville -
otherwise wholesale be This contest is 0. E. Boals officiating.
reproductions will not acceptable. h 6th St., .where a window was
? a Puzzled Puzzle Editor) knots Sunday.V
? bated on skill. The decision of the judges shall be final and aU contestj by removing a screen. Inside, resident, in a Denver, Survivors include her husband I
ants taking part must agree to accept this decision as a condition of en- Sharpen your wits and pencils pried open and 50 pennies taken Sunset today .,,, 5:53 p.m. -
i two Colo hospital Jan. 10.
J try. All entries become the property of the Gainesville Publishing Company' my friends, and fill in $250 pints of milk and half a from inside. Sunrise tomorrow _, 7:25 a.m. Robert L.; two brothers,
v e' and none can be returned. I cake were taken. Moonset tonight 10:43 p.m. Death came a month after he Lock
5. of the PuMiahing Company and 'worth of blank in Clyde Gainesville, and i
.; Anyone. except employe Gainesville spaces my -Cotton's lfinitIart, NE The planet. Jupiter seen well
?theIr families. may enter this contest -Zion Temple A.M.E. above the Moon tonight take. underwent surgery for a kid- Hommer Lock, Chiefland; and <
6. After have filled In the It the back of a four-cent Prizeword Puzzle No. 1. 16th Avenue where a back door
'I M. you puzzle. paste on 13 to complete one
Church nearly :years transplantHis
,,fI __.l postcard. Mall It from a Florida postoffice' to Prizeword Pete. GSJBCSvlHe I 602 NW 1st St., wherea It wasn't known orbit around the Sun. Jupiter Is ney five sisters, Mrs. Ola Perry-
Sun. P. O. :Box 57. GainervQle. Florida.- bring it to the eane.I .- was pried open. mother donated the kid-
'\ ,But be careful, it's so easy basement window was broken. now about 476 million mile from man, Gainesville; Mrs. Gladys '
ville Sun Circulation Department Office.; 101 SE tod Place. 'All entriee. what taken.
was the Earth. _ _
(. to be eligible for the prize must be received at the Gainesville Sun office you're liable to get careless Nothing apparently was Beck and Mrs. Stella Allen,
** ot later than Wednesday at__9 a.m. We are not responsible ,for, entries .
lost or delayed ta the mails. Entries enclosed In ,envelopes cannot beT and fool yourself. Just to be taken.A ney.Accident both of Chiefland, Mrs. Lena

aecc.'A ed. the i sure the blank spaces are the house at 1818 NE 8th Smith, Otter Creek, and Mrs. ,
7. There can be no correspondence: or tel.ealLt regarding
-". contest. Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each only barrier between, you and Ave., where a window was broken Johnson Is Far Ellen Smith, Archer. Williams-

!s. weeks I. A contest.copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charts at the prize, review _the rules ,with and an undetermined amountof RoundupInvolved Thomas is in charge of arrange-
.N. the Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 ,SE 2nd Place. me. meat and eggs taken. I
Gainesville. Fla.. during regular office hours. ments.EMMA
0 9. Winners if any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD MORE in accidents reportedto BUTLERMrs.
l 4( next PUZZLE Sunday's will be Gainesville announced Sun.and a new PHIZEWORD PUZZLE published laj First, remember that a correctly -The Eli Witt Cigar and From a Shoo-In the sheriff's office and the Emma H. Butler, 83,

10. to correct typographical solved Prizeword Puzzleis Candy Co., 430 N. Main St. 2129 NW 29th Ave. died
TA sj The Gainesville Sun reserves the right any - - - - police department during the Fridayat
J _* IB errors connection or any with other this errors contest.which. may. -appear. In any published -material worth $150 this week. If you where a pane of glass was I last 43 hours: Alachua General Hospital.She .

J L : .: :: are a ,home-delivered subscriber -found removed from a windowon By CHARLES BAILEY plan for the campaign before Olester Bryant, 709 NW 3rd was a native of Mayo, but

!- ..es- .. to.The Sun,,.there's ,a bonusof the south side of the building. Cowles Washington Bureau his assassination; the week before St., ran through a stop signon had been a Gainesville residentfor

F : Clip and Paste:on G.:4c.: Postcard ,$100,. Total: $250. Police weren't. able to deter- his ill-fated trip to Texas S.R. 234 about five miles about 25 years. She was a
the
mine immediately what was WASHINGTON Despite east of Gainesville and hit a' member of the Baptist Church.
.. week if is out he held a three-and-one-h a 1 f
Next everyone
= taken. current popular acceptance of fence at 4:55 Funeral services will be at 11
; p.m. Friday.
,
with the
; foxed by the simple little puz- hour meeting men
..... -Ii TTj4II zIe, the correctly solved puzzle Photo Reproduction, 714 President Johnson and the con- who were to direct the effort, William Martin Hunkapiller, a.m. tomorrow in Williams-

will be worth $25 more, or $175. NW 23rd Boulevard, where a fident rhetoric of his first mes- and the first steps to rechargethe 207 SW 13th St., and James: Thomas Funeral Home with Dr. !

4JPJURIOUS Same bonus, of course. pane was removed from a jalousie sages to Congress, administration political batteries were or- Veal, 66, 424 NW 10th St., ridinga T. V. McCaul officiating. Burial

.!. window. Again police strategists believe he faces dered. bicycle, at NW 13th Street will follow in Hillcrest Memorial

... Read the clues carefully and couldn't discover right away serious political problems in and 4th Avenue at 6:01: p.m. Park. .
what taken.A Much of the machinery will Pallbearers will be Jack Low- ;
: r LAS'SE'f determine from it which word was his election campaign. yesterday
,. you think best fits the clue de coffee storage room at still be useful, of course. But Charles Herman Wagner II, ry, Matt Meaden, E. D. Dunna-

jsflPi'u finition. Ah, be careful, becauseit 708 NW 23rd Boulevard where They argue that the death of there are a host of new problems 1040 NE 5th St., hit a tree at vant, Crescent Carraway, M. B.

-. 14- takes,dcill! Fill,inthe, blanks, President Kennedy and the substitution because Mr. Johnson, unlike NW 11th Road and 21st Streetat Barber and Hubert White.
of Mr. Johnson as the Mr. Kennedy cannot expect 4:05 Survivors include two daughters .
clip out the puzzle and paste it More AboutPanama : p.m. yesterday.
r7 to the back of a four-cent post. Democratic presidential candidate to have such personal] Cornell Taylor, 1756 NE 8th Miss Lila Mae Butler,

I OOK ESE card. Mail it to me at the address completely upsets their magnetism in the vote rich in- Ave., Willie Jones Williams,, Gainesville, and Mrs. Mable

4A = 1 1E in the ru1e pre-planned campaign tactics. dustrial states. In each of these 705 NE 20th St., and Simon Miller, Vero Beach; five sons,

: feel artistic and don't Where the late president was states, factional and local disputes Peter Paige, 117 SW 1st Ave., in W. H. (Bill) Butler, Clark Butler ,

E API If you in the large industri. that could have been ignored the 1600 block of NE 8th Avenueat and James Butler, all of
I 1 have scissors handy, you can From Page 1 strongest or over-ridden by Mr. 2:32: a.m. yesterday. Gainesville, Rev. Emmett Butler
al states of the North New
I ; use a good exact size hand- happening, but we knew there York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kennedy must now be dealt Joseph Parks Teague, 1025 Steinhatchee, and John R.

84- drawn facsimile, butmechanical, was trouble somewhere." Illinois Mr. Johnson faces a I with. NW 13th Ave., and Frank Hen Butler, Atlanta; and 12 grandchildren .
TREA N F/ -
or other wholesale reproductions derson and 13 great grand.
Then Cross Creek
Benmont telephoned. of. at E.
to enough
tough fight carry is typical 1 .
.. won't do. Either way, on- Pennsylvania
"All he said was for us to get them to give himself the big University Avenue and HUt) children.MRS.
Clark D.)
ly five entries can be made by There Sen. Joseph ( IDA H.
our bags packed and be Street at 11:50 Friday.
p.m.
.. ready electoral votes neededto
clutch of
he has for
1963 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE as
is feuding bitterly,
reader.As .
anyone to leave Emmett ,
I If are not now a home-delivered sub Mrs. Tench. rem em- ,win. with the Philadelphia Kay Perryman,
you much as I'd like to help bered. years, powerful Starke and B. F. V CHIEFLAND Funeral
Boyd, a city
S scriber and would like to have The Sun ;
; started, please' check box. Extra Bonus for 0 you win the big prize, don't She said he didn't say more This new problem is offset, Democratic organization [policeman driving a police car, services for Mrs. Ida Hudson I'I'DRUMlIOND I

: home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2 ask. I don't know, the answers because of the threat of wire to some degree, by Mr. John which itself has been shaken by at NE 23rd Boulevard and the I, Drummond, 90, who died Thurs .

Name yet. The judges will decide the tapping. "We just did what he son's strength in the South, the death of its leader other Rep. Waldo Road at 10 p.m. Friday. day at Alachua General Hospital !

E I winner, or winners in case more said." Later an armed military where Mr. Kennedy had antici- William Green. The only Ronald D. Bentley, apart. after an extended illness, ;

than one entrant is especially escort led them through the pated real trouble. But the victory Democrat with state-wide stature ment 361C, Flavet II, struck: will be at 2 p.m. today in Chief- :
.. Lawrence
Number David
Street Gov. -
careful, and they will get the back streets of Balboa to refugeat of a segregationist over a is former by a hit and run driver while land Church of Christ. '
of
has been out .
and he
answers after the contest closes a barracks on the base. pro administration moderatein parked in front of his apart Brother Frank Andrews will

: City State Phone from the vault of First Na- Then they got an invitation to last week's Louisiana guber- office for a year and thus is ment at 8:48: p.m. Friday. officiate. Burial will follow in

tional Bank. live with a General Briteweiseron natorial primary: has made it without real power. Tom Renner, 2323 NE 11th Longpond Cemetery with Harrison -

: Prizeword Pert I'll be glad to name ,you as another base. They moved clear, these strategists say, The story is the same else- Terrace, struck by a hit and Funeral Home in charge.
: Mail to: The Prlxtword Gainesville Contest Sun t the winner next week, if you're and stayed in the more comfort that the Dixie unrest was based -where. In Michigan, the Repub run driver wnile* parked in She was a native of Levy ,!

t' Box 57, Gainesville, Fla. right, but only if you get your able surrounding3 until Mrs. not so much on personal anti- licans now control the state- front of his house at 6:06: p.m. County and was a lifelong res- i

postcard to the postoffice in Tench left Friday. pathy to the Kennedys as on opposition -house. In Ohio, which Mr. Ken.V Fiday. ident of this area. S r ;

: time to be received at my secret Looking back on the ordeal to an administration ci- nedy failed to carry in 1960, the Laurence Watson, 14, 919 SE Survivors include two daughters t j

office here at The Sun by yesterday, ,Mrs. Tench said it vil rights program that Johnson situation for the Democrats is 7th St., hit by a car which stop- Mrs. Lee Watson, Chief- 'I j

f Clues Across: I 9 a.m. Wednesday. If it's lostor V wasn't too bad. Although a has adopted whole. even worse than four years ago. ped and left the scene at 100 land, and Mrs. Voncile Weeks, t

: l. Might possibly have to be got off the premises quickly, if delayed in the mails, too bad threat did exist in the strife One heightened pro blem New York and Illinois Demo- NW 8th Avenue at 7:05 p.m. Chiefland; two sons, J. J., Mobile

fire breaks out. for you.: strafed land, Mrs. Tench said springs from the fact that the crats are divided. The current Friday. and Waldo C., Chiefland; I

:: 7. You might be fascinated by the manner in which an There are a couple of other that as far as she knows, she Kennedy administration had V never situation is better in California, Fred John Williams, 2823 NE three sisters, Mrs. Jo Walker, V

; ardent action painter works. I things you should be aware of, and the family never got very moved to build up the "regular" but Democratic tacticians fear 11th driver Terrace, hit by a hit and- Dunnellon, Mrs. Ira Kirkland,
8. Cultivates the soil. close to it. "We just stayed trouble ahead there too. run while parked at E.
Cedar
Democratic Key, and Mrs. Sherman
what Party -
but I forget they are. organization
would to the extreme by wasting money on from it." University Avenue and SE 15tl
9. One hardly go
needed. Just to be on the safe side, away as such. Instead, the All this does not mean that Street at 5:14 p.m. Friday. Cannon, Chiefland; six grandchildren (
; that weren't She did
of in-
really recall touches
check the rules printed under late president planned to base administration political scoutsare Alex Hayes Jr., 915 NE 24th and four great grand. (
modern however.
12. Certain planes. trigue,
> the puzzle. That's so you won't his re-election campaign on the pessimistic about Mr. John- Terrace, and Louise Nelson children.
Because of his Benmont
: 14. To plunder. job,
to have and blame old Prizeword Pete same personal machinery which son's chances for victory. They Gibbs, 935 NE 7th Place, at
for man a plump
it's
116. Being well-to-do, possible a had to venture out of his military More About
Jollyr should you get a little careless.Oh base refuge at times. carried him to victory in 1960. believe that he has time or NW 5th Avenue and 10th Streetat

: 17. It could help give a physically tired man a new lease on life. yes, my eyesight isn't Use of embassy vehicles was With Mr. Kennedy headingthe rather the lack of it on his 5:24 p.m. Friday.
the ,best so print plainlyno side, since there isn't much time Michael Warren Colay 1210
18. Torment or harass. very out. Everyone tried to use their ticket, this was a workable BakerV
be in the usual erasing, no over printingor he could call the for Republicans to settle their SW 3rd Ave., and Eugene Hey
19. On a rainy day, will hardly put away. way private cars and look inconspicuous. plan, since on
; when still wet. anything tricky like that. Benmont often rode in same people and the same own family feuds and build upa ward Cummings, 1902 NW 7th

j' 20. If bad, complete replacement may be the answer. Good luck.More "an old green Chevy" that be- structure who won for him be- candidate., Place, at W. University Avenue From Page 1

.* 24 It's not safe to try to cross the road while cars are longed to his driver, Mrs. fore. But with Mr. Johnson the "It might be like one of those and 20th Street at 5:19: $200,000 in life insurance the
( AboutJohnson
; past at high speed. Tench said. candidate, it will be necessaryto baseball games where you look p.m.Maxine Friday. Don Reynolds Associates, the Jt
who always to put a She told how most of the Pan- make much greater use of Dopp Rehling, 1905
m 25. There are pessimistic types . at the box score and see you NW 5th Ave. and Sandra Juan- Maryland insurance firm, sold
,
damper on one's high hopes. amanians she had been in con- the "regular" organization, be- made eight errors," one Demo- ita to Johnson shortly after Johnson
Owens 2026 W.
.. Clues Down: tact with remained loyal. cause the personally oriented crat suggests. "You'd think you Ave. University suffered a heart attack. ,

: 2. You may possibly feel that there's too much modern fiction! Benmont's driver demainedat Kennedy structure will simplynot played a lousy game-but you and ,20th at W.Terrace University at 3:46 Avenue Baker is listed as a vice president -

j can only be described as P- __ his post. be there. won it anyway." Friday. p.m. of the Reynolds insurance ;

.: 3. If secret, would presumably be kept well locked up. From Page 1 And the gardener stayed be- firm. He also list*! $5,000 worth
that the David
This is not to Michael
East
4. A provident man may never have to use his re hind to look after the house say Scully, of stock in the firm, although I
key leaders of the Kennedy Wish Hall, and Donna Grace Clark
serves. _; the labor force-and to get fac- when they evacuated to the military Birthday Reynolds states that Baker I'
campaign won't be on hand 1701 NW 55 Terrace, in the 1100
5. When woman weight, they-can become a little tories well above the base. never did actually his
; a ,.'puts-on*, operating and working. They will be. The TACOMA, Wash. (AP-'Td block of NW 13th Street at 2:37: provide
i fuller. - S V current rate of 87 per cent of She said the family returnedto before will be Law- like to hear a brass band," Friday. contribution to the firm. Rey-
man as
key p.m.
: 6. Being this, a.man would'probably, draw."attention to himself. capacity the house briefly one morningand rence F. O'Brien, who has said Mrs. Ella Gants when a Edith O'Steen Snowden 1117 nolds states that Baker was to .

10. Is definitely. important where' a billboard:. V is'concerned.- With the tax; cut, the President a short time later the cook reporter asked her what she NE 10th help him obtain clients, and that ''
been directed by Mr. Johnsonto Place and Wilburn
!: 11. Be fitting. V V ' : will : federal and maid arrived all preparedto in return he was to Baker I
; V s ythe gov- add overall campaign direc- wanted for her 100th birthday.So Vander Wells Hawthorne, in provide !
13. In difficult situations their would stand them hf' will the to work. with some
% experience ernment give economya go Friday morning, on her the commissions. .
tion to his work as legislative 300 block of SE 17th Streetat
: good stead. :- / V V greater fiscal stimulus in 1964 All the hired persons are Pan- birthday, the 4th Division band 3:15 He said there was a small !
---- liason chief for the President.The : p.m Friday.
i 15. Aged., 7. .-- V : ::----. than in any previous year ,in amanians. i from nearby Ft. Lewis appearedon Perry Earl Faulk, Jacksonville amount of business supplied- in I

19. The price of-anything. "\ V .' S. V :S __ V peacetime history.The "I'm just glad it's over and new President has not i the lawn of the nursing home and William Teddy Stand- this way. I

f ZOo Lower limbs. '- 11 jj*. ;? T -- ; President's message, to I'm home. I only wish they were yet moved formally to get his I where Mrs. Gant lives. I ridge, 2730 NW 55th St., at W. It was Baker who steered I

21. Married womaniiT'T: 1 JI. '. imrr ''' "". be-accompanied by a report of home with me," Mrs. Tench new campaign organization "I'll remember you in my University Avenue and 9th Johnson to Reynolds for the

r* 22. Describes the nature of manj! >a man in l.i.e..fl. his Council of Economic Ad- said several times. moving, although he had discussed prayers," Mrs. Gant told Maj. Street at 3:15 Friday. $200,000 policy, but no commission -
p.m.
t 23. Young goat. V --: V V : visers, also will deal with price, "I just want to be sure they're it with top aides. Mr. Gen. Claire E. Hutchin, the Frank C. Whiddon, Route 3, I was paid to Baker in this

-_: VS : : : V.S. V wage and.monetary policies. safe," she said. Kennedy had just begun to fort's commander. Box 252, hit a guy wire to a i Instance. However, Reynolds I

city utility pole at NW 6th Street I has produced records showing i



I [ Smathers 'Cleared' of ImproprietiesBy and a.m.Road Patricia,23rd Friday.and Boulevard James E. Miller W. ,at Hughuly Waldo 11:45 more that firm to was his than buy required Maryland$1,200 advertising on to one insurance payout occasion on an- I


... Austin television station owned
926 NE 8th Ave., at NW 13th I
CABELL PHILLIPS in which he was involved with senator replied that he would do]request, but the senator's office Street and 23rd Boulevard at' by the LBJ Company. The LBJ

a Nrm $!ork iHmtWASHINGTON! I 'Baker. so if the publisher would pub said Friday that Smathers 11:57: p.m. Friday. Company stock is owned by the

Profitable Land Deal I After publication of Mon lish his holdings also. ,had not replied to this second Fire Calls family of President Johnson,

\ Sen. day's testimony, Smathers issued Poynter complied with this message. At 10:55 a.m. Friday, a con- but has been put in a trust

t J: George A. Smathers, D-Fla., a public statement saying crete block house at 404 NE since he became president.
With Baker Issue
absolved of impropriety at
was any I he had made the share 43rd Terrace, owned by H. L.
: in his partnership with Ro-
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available to the two Senate Eagle, sustained about $5,000 I
'bert G. Baker in a profitable
I aides, "because they were try damage from a fire that Published
transaction evenings
florida real estate chairman of,which the Florida senator damage suit and the publication ing to raise a young family on ed from a floor furnace start-I'. Saturday, and Sunday except mom-

:a year ago, the j i had made on the subject earlier of details about his complex a limited income." Smoking lalL ings by the Gainesville Pub
'the Senate Rules Committee, 'last week. business involvements.It lishing Company at 101 SE
He denied that there was At 5:25 p.m. Friday, a fire I: 2nd
Place Gainesville
which has been investigating Florida
{Baker's affairs Jordan added that the committee was disclosed in open testimony -anything improper in the trans that started in the cciLn? r. and entered as second class

= reports. had no intention of ask. before the committeelast action.It From Page 1 University City Bank, 1100 W., matter at the Post Office at

-' The chairman, Sen. B. Everett ing Smathers or any other senator Monday that Smathers had has subsequently been reported -: University Avenue, caused an:I Gainesville, Florida. S

: Jordan, D-N.C., told re- to testify before the com sold a share of his holdings in i that in the year in noted that courts have held that forms under the commission's undetermined amount of dam- CIRCULATION RAm BY
,
:porters that the committee had mittee. a central Florida land development which Baker made his Florida CARRIER OR MAIL 'j
failure to disclose relevant factsin The basic warning has
;:received a written statement on "There's nothing for them to project toBaker, and: investment 1962 -' he filed advertisements violation proposals. age.At 7:14 p.m. Friday, a fire 1 Week .45
be follows
.the matter from Smathers, and testify about at this point," to Scott I. Peek, then an administrative -I a credit application in connection of the law can a misleading : in the chimney of a home at 3 MM. $5.15

*'there ,was nothing improper he said. assistant to the sena with another matter in against - "Caution cigarette smoking 1120 NE 5th Terrace, owned by
All
well mall subscriptions
advertising
as must
as
-whatever about the deaL" The Rules Committee has tor. Each man paid $1,500 for! which he claimed a net worthof outright misrepresentation.The is a health hazard Tbe surgeon -X B. Wilcox, was out when be paid in advance.:

He said the Smathers state-I been conducting an investigation his share in 1962 and the sub-! more than $800,000. general's Advisory Committee firemen arrived.

*ment would be made public,I into Baker's business affairs sequent profits to ,each have I t Thursday, Smathers was chal- commission proposed a on Smoking and Health At 6:35 p.m. Saturday, a Circulation.Member of Audit Bureau of

along with certain other testinony -,during the time he was a salaried -amounted to approximately $7-'lenged in a telegram from Nelson specific warning to be containedon has found that 'cigarette smoking frame[ house outside the city

> which the committee,' employe of the Senate as 000. Poynter, publisher of the, all cigarette packages and contributes substantially! to limits on SW 34th Street near th AO* material property contained of UM Gata berets*viBPoblUfcux II

has taken in closed sessions, this I secretary to the majority. He Smathers later said at a'' St Petersburg (Fla.) Times, to cartons and in every advertisement mortality from certain specific the Archer Road was a total Compujr. (e) 1MLRtpro4ueUoa

week. But it! follows closely, he'resigned this post suddenly last I news conference that this was] make public his other real estate -I The warning could take diseases and to the overall Joss from a fire of undeter.. U strictly fcrMddaa' la whale wttioot or to put thwritua .

said, a public explanation:'October in the wake of a civil the only business transaction: holdings in the state. The: only one of two prescribed death rate.' mined cause. V i permission .! the J'Qb11ahr.f' .

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I w NEW YORK AP-Increased in the programs or methods tied
."" sales of both pills and programs in with "medication" to effecta
_.. for breaking the smoking habit "cure" for the smoker.
are drawing the concern of the One such program includes a !
National Better Business Bu- series of postcards on which

.. reau. smokers report their progress or
Dr. Irving Ladimer vice lack of Often the
president progress. I II Ir
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in charge of the bureau's smoker receives replies to bolster
food, drug and cosmetic division his selfconfidence."We .
said Friday his organization seriously question the efficacy -
has not found any pills, of all the programs we "
7' P.NI.
tablets, lozenges, liquids or in- have seen," Ladimer said. "Ab- Shoo 12 Noon 0
jections which do any good in solutely no substantiating clinical .- .
themselves. proof has ever been produced QUA uTr 1
Another difficulty, he said, is though we asked for it." 1 DISI



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charged with defrauding a tank- financial collapse. More than 50
storage concern of nearly $46.5 companies have been affected.
million. The complaint alleges that
Also in jail, similarly charged, DeAngelis and Lomuscio committed
I .. was Joseph Lomuscio, a former breach of contract and 1
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II renowned scientists Saturday << Medical School was alson 0r
conclude an annual symposiumhere i: attendance signifying the
that has attracted international 1 wide application of quantum = ALL' METAL 3 PIECE 1
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"'" highly promising area of scientific j the participants were women. 1 = IRONING BOARD SAUCE PAN SETS II
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new findings in the field-years II Angel Mota Ayala a state police _- m i,1
.. ahead of the time that they will, agent directing the investigation 1 = I
be presented in textbooks. said the number killed
Florida receives recognitionas is believed to be around 30. I
the site of the institute and "It could go highest he said. F 2 94 "" 4. for 32*
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of Florida, three from Florida!Itered.i 1 -r
State University, and two from I I"If I I The remaining' two bodies LYDIA GREY = I
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I of the Israel Institute of Te- Perez Salazar said the search I 1
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Both the University of FlorIda six cities. He said Maria del I: CHOICE 797 COMPLETE
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grant to;FICUS.by the National , ,,a spokesman said. ,The op I r . FREE PARKING The only true measure That give you instant !
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Science Foundation. eration required six hours. I I GAINESVILLEOpen of value guaronlttdALWAYS. cash savings guaranUtaEVERY i ia

.. Chemists, physicists, mathematicians Of the other five persons to 9 a.m.9 p.m.; Sun. 12-7 p.m. j DAY.-J !
. biochemists and I receive baboons' kidneys at the i
biophysicists make up most oi! hospital, one died and four ref -
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j r l yr 7/ \ . Cows Bring Top Price at Market I IBy
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,:'!j Staff Writer Davis introduced various at the ranch and said the I Ranch and said it had estab tion was directed to the fact that
SANTA FE The 11th annual members of_ his family and I present crop of animals was thebest lished three world records dur- there was indeed sunshine at the
Sunshine Sale of registered guests, including a large number I in the history of the enter Sunshine Sale. A large throng
1 Polled Herefords at the Santa of county and state officials. ]prise.' ing the past year. I attended, enjoyed a barbecue
Fe River, Ranch yesterday, He also spoke. briefly on the Another speaker praised the The weather cleared just be- lunch and a visit at one of the
N brought a total of $119,625, with: finest ranches in the Southeast.
, li cows topping the bulls, price-I Alan Shepard Gets OperationHOUSTON I Cabbies Flunk Biggest laugh of the day occurred -

(1"i' s wise.Top honors were shared by Tex. (AP-Amer-) said Paul Haney, public affairs TAIPEI, Formosa (APChinese -called for when clarification the auctioneer of a bid. ; .

( two cows which brought,$6,200. ica's first man in space, AlanB. officer for the Manned Space- Nationalist police headquarters "What did that man say?" he
said
out of
Friday 800
each. First to hit that . I called to of his
6I helpers.
Shepard Jr., was reported in craft Center. the one
2,500 registered taxi drivers
I Domino 45th, which i.
SFR Lady
i'i'i y was purchased by Cecil Webb' excellent condition after under- "The surgery,involved removal -'in Taipei failed to pass, a re-I Replied the helper, "He told
going Friday for re- "
surgery
I cent driving test. me to sit down.
of Williston and Tampa. Later, moval of a small non-malignant of about 20 per cent of the -
} Domino 42nd, which was: ----- --- ---
Lady I growth from _his thyroid gland. thyroid gland but tissue tests
grand champion at a recent fair showed GETTING ENOUGH HEAT?
no malignancy, Haney
in Tallahassee, also brought The operation was considered
> 6200. It was purchased by fully successful and will not af- said. "It is anticipated the operation Save Fuel -Save Money- Get More Heat!
*; Webb's Dixie Lilly Milling Co. fect Shepard's flying status, will have no effect on
n nI' and donated to the University of his status as an astronaut.
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HEATERS
Florida. "He is in excellent condition.
Nominal top for the sale was Drop Charges He's a little groggy but chipperand

..:" -- ' 4 33rd, paid by Webb. The pro- LONDON (AP) Quintin said after the 75-minute opera-
I ceeds of the sale were donatedby Hoff, 56, who used to be Lord CLEANED
; Where Good Beef Starts ranch owner A. D. Davis to Hailsham, and Roy Grundon, 20, tion.The
the James Swick Foundation. decided Friday to drop the as- 40-year-old Navy commander
; This prize,registered Polled Hereford bull was sold for $3,825" to Sunnyland Bidding on the animal was spi sault charges they filed against launched the U.S. A heater carboned up Phis 3% Sales Ta*
Packing Co. at the annual Sunshine Sale of the Santa Fe River Ranch yesterday. rited. each other stemming from a manned space program by and dirty will not proONLY
Inspecting the animal prior to the sale are (from left) ranch owner A. D. Davis, Top bull of the sale was SFR shoving match on Dec. 5. making a 254-mile suborbital duce half of the heat it
Mrs. M. M. Parrish of Gainesville, her husband and Mrs. Davis, ranch co-owner. Super Perfect which brought a On that Day Hogg ran for and ;flight in his Freedom 7 capsuleon should. Have your heater -
bid of $5,000 by Webb, who donated the May 5, 1961. cleaned now . Saveon $ 2 5
won Marylebone House of
it to the Florida Sheriffs ; fuel bills . and en- 5

'.I.; .,.. ..._jf"'_<... -w*...... ....,. ..... ___ ............ .-......._..... ...__ Boys Ranch. i Commons .seat. ANYWHERE joy more heat when you
I The bull donated to the Boys I The shoving match occurred V1 . Your need it.CIRCULATING.
> } Ranch gave the boys a complete I at the St. Marylebone Town Hall S SatisfactionAlways OIL-TYPE
J rlIt herd as earlier in the sale I just after Hogg had been de. 0 E HEATER CLEANED

14 heifers were bought for the clared winner. Grundon, a E Assured Central Heating oil furnaces ........... $7.50 I
ranch. member of the rival Liberal
( a The Peace River Ranch purchased party, claimed Hogg pushedhim. CREVASSE FLORIST CALL FR 2-9561 }
a cow, SFR Mischief Hogg and his wife, Mary
and donated 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. C. B. JR. Standard Oil Co.by J
Lady 120th, for $1,325 Evelyn, cross-complained that BOHANNON Agent.
Phone FR 6-2514
1 it to the Rodeheaver Boys Grundon pushed them. I
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Ranch in
The University of Florida also ,

was the recipient of six cows, "
MT 9k five from Webb and one from i' !'
( r sf' Falstaff Brewing Co.

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'( .. $100,650, or an average of $2,516. :!I t
StN.4 'Yl This topped the 1963 average of t
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Y Ten bulls were sold for a totalof + ,
$18,975, which was under f ak 1 Ia Ia. I
prices in last year's sale. Later,

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were off" but gave no reason d

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shine Sale. From left are ranch owner A. D. Davis, Ralph Cellon of Alachua, ...,.
president of the Florida Cattlemen's Association; Commissioner of Agriculture ,
Doyle Conner and Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the animal husbandry department, 4

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I ; JOHN 'L HAEWSOX. President tad NecessaryBy CJ
Pmklltkcrt PAT COWLES. Vic PreUdemlj -
ff j.t' I t ,i ED .JOBNSON. Tie ProUtit Wren V ark mbnt over-estimate the damage one aspect of the problem.He speaker John McCormack,
". ,r : Florida's Beautiful ? t ,.l'';,, ace, Eaee.U. E....,. W. C. (Ism WALTER LIPPMANN By JAMES RESTONWASHINGTONThe done to the quality of Cong- has suffered a severe who is first in line at 72.

ZBEKSOLZ. Vie. Prciidcml BOB and AdTcrtUlBf There have already been press ress by the amiable good-fel- stroke and has not recoveredhis
DlrecUri TAKTAG1IONE. -
e University City' Tie PrttMcnt ua Clreml- some outcries in Congress has given the impression in lowship of newspaper editors normal capacity of speech.He The Congress of the United i

., U.. Jlaaa.r.. which would, if they were tak- the last year that the Con- and owners. Usually they was a good senator anda States, like the editors, often

.:: . en at face value, preventany gress of the United States is know their senators and con- friendly, popular man, but put personal considerations --,
: discussion and negotiation in a bad way, which is true, gressmen very well and he is clearly not able to do ahead of public duty. This is

.: :. . THE SUN'S POLICY about our relations with and that very little can be often go on backing them his job now. Yet the medi- what it has done for yearsin

'i L secret UM swvs impartially fte ....asws ........ . .. . Panama. done about it, which is not long after age or sickness ,. cal facts in the case have failing to provide adequately -
I S. Ea,,... tko o.inW.. .f the ilea. fa-.* ..ly faelearlr -... alM eMM e* tfco effetM..M....*..M .......Mete. There is to has impaired ,their useful- been concealed and, out of for the death or incapacity ,
labeled .E a.rIar. every reason
...PnkUak all aides .( i..t....... eeUrevenUt Maasi think, however, that they will true.The newspapers themselves, ness. sympathy, some papers in of the president, and this is
what it is doing in the
now
The Suns All not prevail, that the United however, can do something his own state are putting his
telephones: Department3728441 LACKING ANY lead case 0 f McCormack. Few
States will not identify itself about the Congress-not much from personal interests ahead of I
:"' I Want Ads376.4672Judicious with the misguided school but something-if they will the papers, the voters do the the State and Congress. members think he is competent -

children in Balboa and that look at the coming primary same. They get accustomed to SIMILARLY, the voters of to be president, but few ,
elections and tell the truth their representatives. The are prepared to do any-
there will be careful exami- Arizona, having an affection
about the dubs and world changes, but they vote thing about It, lest they hurt )
many for Carl Hayden who
IJ nation of the problems and of was his
Appointments the causes of the continuing incompetents who represent them back into office any- elected to the Congress when feelings. ,
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troubles. their states and districts on way and pass up innumerablegood Arizona first became a state,
When it comes to the judiciary he maintained legal residencein MOST CASES, fortunately,
: years Capitol Hill. potential replacementsin re-elected him again in 1962 1

I >GovernorFarrisBryant is a whiz. Palatka. THERE IS, in fact, no al- In many cases, if they tell the process. when he was 84, and now, in are less difficult. The editors, '

t ternative to discussion and the truth they will supportthe The sad case of Sen. Clair at 86, he is second in line every community usually
know
in their states and
We refer.,to.'the latest two of his Ervin served several state depart- negotiation. To stand like a incumbents for the for reelection Engle of California illustrates for the presidency after districts men who would make
it majority of
men
ments as resident attorney in Tal- stone wall and refuse to talk better senators
J appointments'J. ,C. Adkins Jiv:of and women in The House and or representatives -
lahassee. In 1948, he understock the may seem like an heroic pose Senate able and indust- than the men who will
J Gainesville as the third judge. in our when taken in speech on the are BELOW OLYMPUS By lntel.nO < soon be seeking re-election,
statewide for Attor- rious public servants. But
>4 political race : as_
floor of But it would
's"( own Eighth,.Judicial. 'Circuit and Congress. the editors know there is but they seldom make any
ney General. It was a one-man. cam not be a 'policy for preserving . .. effort to them to
urge get
I Richard W. Ervin Jr. to seat on a minority of numbskulls in
1- a
paign. He was his own promotionman order in the operation of the into the primaries.The .
whom'no self-
1 the Florida Supreme Court. H : ;; -and as a prelude to his street the canal. Jingo diehardism respecting Congress editor would trustto
result is
would be an invitation to that brilliant
.( / *<. corner speeches in the cities, he continuing disorder, probably cover the local City Hall. young men like Jeeb Halaby,
!, With these two men; is 'i'instruments :cruised the avenues in a borrowedcar to that kind of secret ter- The time to do something the present head of the Fed-

t I we think, justice. 'will be' en'- loud speaker blaring, with him rorism which is the active about these characters is eral Aviation Agency in Wash- .

I hanced. '- driving with the left hand and operating form of Castroism in other now upon us. The filing dead- ington, are not even considered '
line 'for the primary elec- 1 for the Engle seat in \
( : ; a record turntable with the parts of Latin America. tions is coming and Ohio \\
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I:1 For the Panamanians, likewise up \ \ California, and the news-
We are not so.naive as to believeit right.: there is no real alterna- and Oklahoma are indicatingwhat ( papers content themselveswith
\\1 all Consider can be done about get
J I was happy happenstance. tive to negotiations with the writing solemn editorials

I the appointment of Mr. Adkinsto To make the race, Ervin borrowed United States. They cannot, ting new figures into the race i urging the Congress to reorganize r
by talking the names of
the circuit judgeship. First came considerable from and know that up itself.
.1'I money a wealthy they they can- John Glenn the astronaut, is I tI :
I I the fortunate timing of a populations businessman. After his election, not, do in Panama what Nas- and Bud Wilkinson, the talen- WHAT THE CONGRESS I
;
; survey which established the legal when the businessman sought favorsin ser did at the Suez United: they cannot Statesto ted football coach and admin- needs is not reorganization- .
command
J need for a new judge (one for each addition to the usual interest, Er- withdraw for if the United istrator at the University of though that would help-so 'I

I 50,000 persons in the Circuit). Next vin mortgaged family property to States withdrew, there wouldbe Oklahoma. Replenishing the much as it needs to be re-
tired-blood of the U.LL'
Congress,
came Mr. Adkins' overwhelming endorsement escape the obnoxious burden of pa- some damage to our ma- however, takes forethoughtand invigorated by men who have t

by the Eighth Judicial tronage. terial interests and to our leadership. Most newspapers the brains and energy to keepup

Circuit Bar Association, composed of pride. But it would be a ca- pay little attention to with the present torrent of

Mr. Adkins' fellow lawyers. Then Not only has Ervin's character tastrophe for the Panaman- the primary elections. They work and change on Capitol

I came the appointment by Governor been unbesmirched by a breath of ians. wait'in until November the general, which often election Hill.This

Bryant. impropriety, but his performance as NOR CAN THEY negotiatewith means that they are merelyleft will not be achieved

Attorney General is unexcelled in us in an attitude of with a choice betweentwo by editorials on "The Con i

The result is that :Mr. Adkins is Florida history. Undramatically, he threatening to break dip mediocre candidates, stitutional Crisis in Washington -

safely in the judge's slot before the updated Florida statutes first by lomatic relations whenever and then, more often than a 7tIIJC9lx I ,toskE tiro,:) ," real as it is. The edi-
the negotiations reach a point
sled-length for
not
issue would have been thrown intoan inducing the legislature to repeal which does not suit them. For the, second-rater they go of their own "I don't like all this soul searching tors will not hejp changethe

elective free-for-all in the up- hundreds of pages of, unused dead- the United States can get political persuasion.It America is going through -we haveno Congress until they change

coming primaries.We wood, then with a sharp revision along for quite awhile with- would be difficult to idea what; we'll come up with!" themselves.

.... which made them comprehensible to out a formal exchange of am- - '....

have not always agreed with the layman. bassadors.The reality. of the matter is CONSCIENCE OF THE SOUTH '. .

Governor Bryant. And we have some- that there is no way to cut ;Y - >- -1-1' L

times taken issue with the Eighth But it is as a racket buster that or, in this generation at any -, "

Circuit lawyers. And we certainly,are Ervin did Florida the greatest ser ,rate, disentangle the in- .

not against elective free-f r'alls.But vice. In the early 1950s, when illegal timate relationship in Panama.which has News Comes to a Boy in France 1 1:1\:

in the case of :Mr. Adkins, we are bookies and lotteries corrupted almost grown up of 1903 ., J
The original teaty I
convinced the political craftsman- all of Florida, he stopped them uses the grandiose words By RALPH McGILL Midwestern American news a hope for hope." up to it..Mom and Tito and I )

ship served the public good. We are cold first by* sponsoring a seriesof "in perpetuity." No one who Pulitzer Prize Winning Publisher paper said only last week that are going to chapel to pray f t

proud that a Gainesvillian so estab- crippling laws, then by leading a has lived in the 20th Century Of the Atlanta. (Ga.) Con.tltutlonAn the only way we'd keep Ken- "WE HAVE CALMED a for Jacqueline. I don't see how ,. I
thinks any political arrange- American boy, aged 16 nedy from running in the next little now, and are starting off she can stand it..but we will ; I
himself in the legal profes- smashing enforcement .
lished program.We ment is perpetual. But no one is a student at a French pre- election would be to kill him.I again. It is a new start for all have to..I must. have said '

sion' that his endorsement is so pro- can expect more such imaginative can doubt that the interwoven paratory school, some 70 wonder what they are sayingnow of us. Never bfeore have any 'incroyable' fifteen thousand '

I found.In leadership now that Ervin is elevated relations which have miles from Lyons in the Ce- ? Above all was a horrible of us felt the role of 'ambassa- times today."

\ to the Florida Supreme Court. grown up in Panama are such vennes mountain region.There sensation of emptiness, of unbelief dor' so much as now. We rep- So writes a young American -

almost the same context, Governor that, though they can be modI I( are about 75 interna- and wonder. resent America to the French strong with the ecstacy .
fied must be modified tional students in the school, and it is a responsibility. We and agony of being 16 years
I, Bryant's appointment of Flor- Such men as Judge Adkins and gradually.they several of them American.) "BUT AS SOON as I had are John Kennedys in the old, far from home, and conscious I

ida Supreme Court Justice Ervin is Justice Ervin will be well used in the only As a Christmas gift he wrote crossed the woods I believed. flesh and spirit and soul. And suddenly, of new i

a tribute to the man. judiciary of Florida. To them, we THIS HAS BEEN the viewon his parents a long letter, cov- There walking toward me we are going to try and live meaning in his life. t

offer our congratulations. And along which the government has ering a month of school ex- were Victoria, Eliza, Motherone

\\1 Ervin hails from these parts with the people of Florida, we offerup acted during the 60 years periences..that of Novem- ( of the students so nick- .
ber. named because of her maturity -
child he attended schools in a silent of thankfulness. since the canal was built. It Memo
as a prayer Washington
is nonsense to talk as if ne- ), Kit, Steve, Proudy, Lynd- '
i :Marion and Clay Counties. For many gotiations about the treaty "NOV. 23: Someone just bloom and Tito. Victoria was

were some kind of abject came into my room and woke crying and sobbing and lean-
From the Cowles
surrender of United States' me up and told me Kennedyhad ing on Eliza. Tito was wear- Washington Bureau

rights and to resist negotiation been assassinated. Jesus ing a black armband. Moth- KEEP TRYING: Maybe it's just a legend that a small :

Voice of the with the threadbare word save us. I don't know if it is er's face was puffy, but she town newspaper carried a plug for a forthcoming church social

People "appeasement." just a rumor or not, but who smiled and tried to cheer us: and the admonition "Don't miss it if you can." But it's &
that the would come into my room at didn't succeed. She ran up to
shows fact that
The record a great big Washington newspaper carried a society J
t ;
of 1903 has 4 o'clock in the morning to tell me and put her arms around
original treaty page story this week which began: "Not even a blizzard '
pre-
Oii The Sun's amended twice me such a horrible thing as my neck and started sobbinglike f
vented friends of former
=== Opinion Page: been formally Ambassador and Mrs. Myron from \
ratifiedby this if it were not true? Half a little girl who had "
once in the treaty missing their cocktail party yesterday.
of the barrack (dormitory) is broken her favorite irre ..
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are' welcome 'in the Voice of the People column. Letters the S e na t e in July, 1939, toy, \ ;.
must be signed and bear the,writer's address.-Names,will ba withheld requested. A letter should just before the opening of the up and Tito (my friend from parably. Before I knew what MAN BITES POLITICIAN: At a dinner honoring Minneso- ,
not exceed 500 words and must be written' on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. TheSun and againin Choate) and John Erskine are had happened we were all sit
second world war, ta's Sen. Eugene J. few Adlai
McCarthy a night Stevenson
reserves the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's ago, -
any meaning or President Eisenhower in here with me and we're ting on the ground, all hidingour
: 0.0.Innnh 1955, under fell to musing about the civil warfare in the GOP. The I
trying to realize what's hap- faces, and crying. Never '
Need Technical number of vehicles on th e cept to heat a small area of h understandings" pened to us. had we felt so close to one an- jabs ana counter-punches of Barry Goldwater and Nelson

road-growing steadily, the unused hall space and com- Moreover "t e in that "But God what will other as then. Eliza raised her Rockefeller, said Stevenson, reminded him of a fisherman who {
School problem becomes and with reached my had spent a long and fruitless his bait in the
day dangling
High more pete ,family for the_ ,oxYgen into happen to ? What am I? eyes which were bloodshotand wa- ,
more-acute. The local In- in the house. tIts second treaty were put you Presi- not beautiful long enough ter. A passerby asked "Are they biting?" And the fisher-
EDITOR Sun There of Con- Lyndon Johnson as I
< area act
dependent Garage Own- effect in 1958 by man said, "If they are, they must be each other. '
biting
: appetite was enormous,' to 'Oh God God.
few questions we must ask This law dealt with dent? Will there be a war? say, My My I
ers and the local school system it production of BTUs was gress. And that is more profound .
ourselves as citizens of Ala. What is tomorrow? Oh, whata
and employment praytires
chua and of Flor- have set up a small pitiful and each time I readof wage of damnable thing..to be here than Kant. HAYS' LAW: Same night, ,same, dinner, White House Assistant -
= County class to to help this situ of the government Brooks Hays, for practicing
try a
many
cold years repre-
a I would call
ida: snap United States of Americain and to sit and wait for a news- "Everyone has been more
1. Why do we have so ation, but we cannot do home (I travel) to see if the the the Canal Zone." paper and wonder what is than kind. Madame de la sentative in Congress, disclosed the three rules he always '

many people in jails and pri- much by ourselves.We family and house might still happening..what is becomingof Tour, directress of the girls passes along to beginners in politics. ((1)) Always use five words I

sons? need a real techn i c a 1 be a part of the community. WHAT IS MORE, on April mother and father and Am- school, had us in her apart- when one will do. ((2)) Always be for something that no one

2. Why do we have so high school, and, it is up to Needless to say I soon got 19 1960 President Eisenhower erica.I have to wait at ment all morning keeping hot can be against, and vice versa. ((3) When in doubt, do right. ,
,
many on relief and unemployed the community to- help this be- rid of this demon and had approved a nine-point program least until breakfast to get coffee continuously on the f

in this country of so come a reality. peace of mind while the fam- to work out improve- news..and I might as well stove as,none of us had slept. FIXED POINTS: It is unusual, not to say practically unheard -
,
much? PAUL ZIMMERMAN ily had comfort.As ments in the Canal Zone. The have to wait until next year... The French kids were so upset *of, for a president to reveal the size of his new federal

At least part of the answeris a piece of furniture these intention was reiteratedby You have no, idea how budget in the State of the Union message, as President John-
lack of proper educa- Cold Means things don't look too bad and same President Kennedy in 1962 "LATER Yes, it's true. great a man Kennedy was in son did. Ordinarily the budget total is treated as top secret

tion and training for those Heater Deaths for a short heating system after his meeting with Presi- He is dead. This is one of the their eyes. Kit's roommate, until the budget actually goes up to Congress, which won't be

who do not go to ,college. In have an appeal to the pocket- dent Chiari of Panama. most (blank) experiences of Elizabeth, said, 'I just don't for another several days. The experts in the Budget Bureau, I

Alachua County a smaU per- EDITOR Sun: Each year book but death lurks in There are, therefore, long my life. For once I am lost for see how anyone in the world however, prodded the President in every way they know how to

centage of high school grad- with the coming of cold snapswe every one. Even the so-called and ample precedents for a an adjective to express how could find it in themselves to tell Congress exactly how large the new budget was going to
uates attend college. Thereare see in the public prints vented systems which we find full discussion of the prob- I feel. If someone in my own kill someone who representedso be. Later one of them told why: "He's been popping out a "

many who do not even and hear over TV and Radioof in some of our motels and lems of our relations with family had died I could not much of the fine, so muchof figure every time he sees a couple of reporters. We !i

finish high school. Why? the death and destruction hotels may carry off the monoxide Panama. have been more moved. I the good'"KENNEDY' we could get him to announce a figure In his message new'I I

Many of these boys and girlsdo caused by heaters that fumes which often ex- feel a sense of personal loss I have to stick to it, and we'd have something to work !

not have the aptitude or should have been outlawedand tend a nap into a permanent Who said a nickel won't goa cannot explain. Perhaps it is was no saint i
the ability to go to college; never offered for sale. sleep, but no human can com- these days? You my sentimentality. Perhapsit He had his faults and his ene- INSIDER'S VIEW: Everyone who visits President Johnson ti
long way is the in me, who mies. But he did more in three these and almost does with
martyr
yet there does not seem to be With all the noise about pete with them for the in pocketfor days everyone goes away an-
oxygen
can carry one your pleasures in suffering. Perhaps years than presidents other little to fit into the jigsaw picture of the
concern for them. and many piece, man. I
death the it
on ighway which, is for life. and find nothing
necessary weeks
There is talk of a junior the incidence of death from The layman seldom thinks of it is the actor in'me, before him: Civil rights-legislation Item: One government official emerged from the President's I
college here to meet the needsof will buy! given a tragic role of circum the Peace Corps, and office to report that "it's like being in the same room with a
cigarettes-I'd like to see an these hazards, and assumes Blair ( PrNL
increasing college enroll stance. But above everythingI gaining for ,the United States helicopter." Item: A photographer was making Informal shotsof
edu- .
organized at that if reliable merchanthas
ments, but what of the needsof the attempt indus- a homes think it is my normality. the greatest respect in the the President at work. As Mr. Johnson, standing behindhis
cation in efficient
heating them for sale must Those new
our youth in Alachua .beaters they and at- "This morning I walked to eyes of the rest of the world. desk, leaned over,,to look at some papers on it he warnedthe
If the of without basements
= County, the majority of try. purveyors be okay. breakfast alone, and I felt a He did represent a new front- camera man, only half jokingly, "No pictures for a minute -
attractions
what tics have their ,
are ignorant, are The record of each cold
( = whom do, not go to college? but where do hide the million years old. I have nev- ier, the new horizon, the new while my bald spot Is showing.." There were no pictures.
we to expect from the poor evidence that you
.. A great number of high snap provides er felt so old in my life. hope. And he is dead.
school drop outs would surely buyers who are dependent for there must be better rays to Christmas'. presents.... ? Herald. Thoughts mostly ironical "But in his death there is
Decatur
: be eliminated by making advice from them? provide heat. Perhaps if the .' screeched through my brain perhaps hope for an even 1

: available the type of training When we moved 'Into makers got stuck with un- A man we know complains like barbed wire being shovedin greater life, and I do not referto Fw4\ r ,' .

provided In a vocational. Gainesville we came Into a sold stocks of tnese deadly be's chronically unfortunate one ear and pulled out the the uncertain land of Heaven. k R 9kU

school k. fairly nice house, but I was weapons' it might spur themon because he always has a full other. What now do we (Americans ., I. mean, that ,hope that Ja. ,
In the automobile field shocked to find a heater to provide Something' bet tank when a gasoline war here) have to be takes"up 'where'he left off .I lr e.f.1I(:
alone.tttereasashortage of tucked away in a corner cup- ter. breaks out thankful for except sorrow a hope for social justice, a : ; ", r6"" t

trained:fjsechanics. With thei board which'did "nothing 'ex- JOHN 'W. 'HASTINGS,J, -a1ll&d1iu a'(ase.) Newi.: and a black armband? A hope for peace, and above all, v; !!!'

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al 'Gainesville Sun 'Sundayl January'19,1964 I II
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r : ". ,.-J :! COLORED NEWS I Sanders will be,, I I CONSCIENCEOF I

Yr Lloyd, I

QiaiUtsuil1e SUtt- B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Williams,,

: HIGH SCHOOL ADMITTEDTALLAHASSEE Church with Rev. W. M. Ferguson -I Higher Education, Teachers

The Flori- pastor, was reported as College, Columbia University.
oa A&M University Demonstration -improving at his home. Golden will discuss with the THEJ

,- JOHN K. HARRISON President udP High School is one of 36 John (Crip) McCray, of N\V 'administrators new trends in Con- 7sovTxi J
blUh erl PAT COWLES.: Vice PrnlS secondary schools in the state of 8th St., who is ill, was reported teacher certification. "The presentation a pro-
: dealt ED JOHNSON Vie Preside Florida admitted to the Southern -I as much improved at his home. is especially meaningful Me- I
t md Execvtlr Editor W. G. (BUI) Association and' to teacher institutions Rev. L.
.. Florida's BeautifulUniversity d of Colleges training -
EBEKSOLZ. President sad Ad.refusing
i 1 Secondary Schools, at the recent NOTICE because Florida certification Jan.
Dlreetorj BOB TAaUGr. -
1 City' LIONE. Vie President and Cire lm- year-end meeting held in Mem- President L. L. Lane of Dep- regulations are presently Settle- I By RALPH McGILLPulitzer I
: Prii Wtanlar FabUihtr
": . ties Muster. phis, according to word received -uty's Council No. 1, Free and being revised and overhauled," Mrs. Ju- Of tit AUMU. (Ga.) CMlUtmtiM
.. . here by Mathew H. Esta- Accepted Masons of Florida, Dr. Rembert said. He added
ras, principal. P.HA., requesting all Ma- that deans and directors of to be
:
THE SUN'S POLICY Graduates of the school, sons of Gainesville and adjacent teacher education programswill JohnsonAnd
.. which serves as a laboratory or communities to meet todayat also be present to hear pastor;
L ul,.rt 1M ses fatMdl.g7 .a 1M nes ...... demonstration school for Flori- 1:30 at the Rising Sun Golden.Dr. ; Mrs.
. .
__.Ie Esrees tis qle.... ., 0. to 1a- Nt sob III-tile e ertaII De t.LMa' . u. If alaalrlas' p.m. Mrs.
da A&M studentsin Masonic Hall. McGrath, former U. S. ;
UVeled EdlUrUT. University's
eletrlr
:. PrnkUsk*H tides .t l p.rtt.. t e..ti.TrtUl ....... Education
I the School of Education, are The agenda will include ma- Commissioner of The
The Sun's telephones: All Department* -372-8441. successfully pursuing college ny pertinent issues affecting the and an internationally known
I work in some of the nation's solidarity of the order. author and educational analyst: !
t Want Ads-376-4672 leading institutions of higher will outline to the adminstrators Wo-

/ education, according to Mr. BAPTIST MEETINGThe a study he will direct for meet SouthWashington
a Estaras. Some of the collegesand Baptist Brotherhood regular -the Carnegie Corp. The study< Jan. 26,,
; : : universities now being at- meeting will be held on will involve the predominantlyNegro Sara Iv-
rl ; : tended by FAMU High grad- Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. Monday, at the institutions of higher Mrs. P. Notes: South-
" No. Need to Rush uates include: the University of Friendship Baptist Church with education throughout the United erners committed to the tedi-

Michigan, University of Wisconsin Rev. D. E.: White, pastor; Rev. States. It will include a review ous business of congressional

,1 i '. Eastern Michigan State D. E. White, president; Rev..S. of all facets of 103 institutions ',- filibustering against extend
Thn Board of Control has not been first. If we remember correctly, the College, Howard University, M. Daniels, 'secretary. including data relating to the ing to 19 million Americansthe
Governor's 'Committee on Higher Knoxville College, Morehouse administration, faculty, students of same sort of rights -
( able to agree on a site for a new'university the same'policy in College, Talladega College, and PLANS MEETINGThe buildings, laboratories. 10 a.m.; no more and no lessthatare
Education urged
'J in East Florida., This sug- Florida State University.TO Poverty Fund Club will library, finance, curriculum, .; Sis- enjoyed by 171 millionare
and reporting its findings and recommend meet at the Mtv Olive Primitive and student'services. .; and the more in conflict with
r gests that the business interests tions. It did not eliminate the pos- PRESENT PROGRAM Baptist Church with Rev. H. Brother reality because of the Presi-

pressure groups of the area aTe at sible need for additional universitiesat .The Religious Choirs Union:I Kinsey, pastor and president, SPECIAL NOTICE Daytona, dent's State of the Union ad-

war among themselves in their fight some future time, but.it gave emphatic will present a.program, en- on Monday at 8 p.m. The bookis The Committee on Christian Day, and dress.If .

1 for the site that would boost real priority to lifting! the status of titled "Choirs in Parade" at the now opened for new mem- Social Relations of the Mission-: speak- President Johnson had
St. Joseph Baptist Church with bers. Rev. H. Kinsey, president; ary Society of the Mt. Peasant of High written it to deal only with
t estate values for influential l holders higher education in ,Florida by Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor, on Mrs. F. D. Shannon, secretary. Methodist Church with Rev. W. Mrs. the problems that specificallyand

i .and be a shot in the arm for local strengthening and undergirding the Monday at 8 p.m. M. Ferguson, pastor, is urging daily afflict the constitu-
t\ business. junior college system and'the already This promises to be a very COLLEGE HEADS TO MEETST. every homeowner to re-register ents of the congressmen from (I
I established universities.The fine entertainment, and the public PETERSBURG Top of- immediately at the Supervisor Sunday Dixie he could not have de- J
What the Board' should be able to ,is invited. Rev: W. A. Miles, ficials of Florida's Negro institutions of Registration's Office in the ; 11 a.m. tailed them more accurately.No j
j pastor; Deacon Tom ,Robinson, of higher learning will court house. This is necessaryto evening region in the nation will '
agree on is the fact that there is no eagerness to ignore and upset Jan. 25 be C. Nel-
president; Deacon 0. Johnson, come to St. Petersburg eligible to vote. benefit as much from the im-
need for rush in the establishmentof the Committee's priorities carries to vice president; Mrs. Mayola for! a meeting of the Florida plementation of the Johnson

a new university and therefore no our nostrils a tainted aroma.A Chatman, secretary; Mrs. Bea- Council[ of Institutions of Higher ALACHUA NEWS program as will the Southern I i

))1 J need for the immediate selection of a trice Neal, reporter. Education. CONDUCT SERVICESThe states.
would be to Gibbs Junior College Presi- Stewardship and Finance -
site. . . logical procedure Mission
? :. REV. R. S. TYER AILING dent Dr. John W. Rembert, Committee of the Paradise Privately, some Southernerswill
build gradually and soundly aroundthe Rev. R. S. Tyer, Post Office head of the council, announced! Methodist Church with Rev.G. Bap- deplore the fact that
There are already several collegesin graduate extension unit for En- Box Ne. 1362, Tarpon Springs, last week that the meeting will S. Cameron, pastor, will Church Mis- through the years a way of
or near the area,:including a ,private iJ i- gineering Science at Cape Kennedyuntil well known in Gainesville, is be held at Gibbs Junior College render service tonight, Jan. 19, at life in Dixie politics has beento

universijyx: i :: riyaleJ liberal! arts as clientele and increasing ailing at his home. and presidents from 15 member at 8 p.m. at the church. Church frighten the voters with
J He is member of Gainesville institutions will be : fears which are no longer val
a present.The
The will be
principal speaker
demand it
college, a..prlY _.engine lg.! ,.and needs justify it and an
Pallbearers Lodge No. 113 with one day session will be id and to perpetuate the
t Rev. G. W. Haile, a well known
vof will
technical scH5bir2Unumber; public Advanced Institute for Science and Charlie Ross, president; Mrs. F". highlighted by talks by William minister.. Rev. G. S. Cameron, Mrs. worst stereotypes created
junior colleges, and soon the..;new Research emerges by natural growth.But D. Shannon, secretary. Cecil Golden, coordinator of pastor; F. E. Welch, superintendent across the long, and often ugly -
graduate extensTdn:.-center. : 'of-ahe; logical procedures are easily certification services for the ; Mrs. E. B. Tate, re- years of political exploitation -

University' ofFlorida' at- j+,Cape..' ..... Kennedy. . overturned by illogical pressures and CONVALESCINGMr. State Department of Education; porter. of the race issue.
; ':. ... -' :--: Freeman, a member of and, Dr. Earl J. McGrath, executive -
.... .,., . political! pandering.We As 1964 gets underway all
.--->< '.. . .. ... the Mt. Pleastan Methodist officer for the Institute of ,
..-..' ... PLANS MEETINGThe I a grad- but the more intransigent of

The headlong hurry to ,set up a believe that the people of Flor- board members of the the Uni-and congressmen from below the

new university indicates an imbal- ida voted the $75 million bond issueto Woman's. Mission and Educational Infirmary surveyor's line run by the
@UttuartcgMR Convention of the Jerusalem Messrs. Mason and Dixon
ance of values..'The-needs_ of the already raise the level of efficiencY'of the District, with Rev. T. tech- would like to have the civil

: established colleges. and universities present higher education system, D. Davis, moderator, are askedto pre rights bill passed and done
the Flo-
I are overwhelming. It'.:was. which has been grossly underfi- meet at the Mt. Moriah Baptist with so that they in the Con-
J. F. CUNNINGHAMFinal Singleton of Starke will be held Church with Rev. L. A. Till-I:0 and gress can get on with the
on the basis of these needs that'thestate nanced, not to construct new cam- Hospital na
rites for Mr. James today 1:30 p.m.-at Mt. Moriah man, pastor, on Monday, Jan. tion's business and the South
passed the $75 'million build- puses and buildings (before they. are Francis Cunningham of 423 NW Methodist Church with Rev. Cla- 27! at 1 p.m. Mrs. L. A. Williams complet- can begin to realize its -
ing bond issue in November. If-this needed) to calm the clamor ,of spe- 6th St., who died Wednesday at rence Steager officiating. Mr., president; Mrs. EstherW. con- potential
money is spent,"where'it: was'intendedto cific communities. People assumed Alachua General Hospital following -Singleton was a life-long resi- Hamm, reporter. and Cli

be spent to'expand.aiTd strengthen; that 'the priorities recommended by a brief illness, will be dent of Starke and a member of in THE ISSUE slowly is com-
J. Hillis
the junior colleges and the already the Governor's Committee would be conducted Monday at 3 p.m. at the church until his health be- NEWBERRY NEWS ing into focus. The rights bill
the Bethel Seventh Adventist to fail.Burial .
gan
Day .YOUTH SERVICES takes away no bberties. It
established universities,. the need for respected.So Church with the Rev. ElderE. will follow in Peach- Youth services will be conducted proposes to give to 19 million
another high level institution of S. Sumpter officiating. In- ville Cemetery in Lawtey under at the Mt. Zora Baptist the same rights now enjoyedby
learning in:the':st te'wiUnot',be'elt.. we are not' grieved about the terment will follow in the St.I the direction of Chestnut and Church with Rev. LeRoy Thompson 171 million Americans. The

for another fen'.years." r"'more. .. squabble over the site for anew uni- Paul Cemetery in Windsor. Haile Funeral Home at Starke. pastor, today. again be public accommodations fea- I

versity in East Florida. We are grieved Mr. Cunningham, better" JOHN WRIGHT The public is invited. Rev. LeRoy recital ture is distorted and misre-

From the beginning of the agita- that the Board is more concerned known survived as by "Uncle Mrs. Lenora Frank, Mc is John Wright, a former resi- Thompson, pastor; Robert . Zion presented, often deliberately.

tion, sparked by area chambers of with "tossing a bone" than it is with Clellan, Elizabeth Nelson, Mrs. dent of Gainesville, died at his; Williams, reporter. Souder, The the facts.A paradox. is illustrated by

commerce, to drain off .state ,money the -sound upgrading of educational Susie Gould, Mrs. Thelma Jordan -home in Philadelphia, Pa., Fri NOTICE on
day after a brief illness. p.m.
and unneeded with and Morris Gould. Home Mission single example will suf-
for a new,-expensive quality, more concerned num- He the brother The Women's'
was of Clinton program
"Space Age*.'- university, we have' bers and diffusion than it.is with The family and friends will (Buss) Wright of the Rutledge Society with Mrs. Olive Miles, will be fice.the It used to be said that
meet at the home of Mrs. The president, of the First Baptist Mississippi Delta began in
the of first stabilization and strength. Settleme.it. or $1.25
preached policy
thjngs.1 Jordan the lobby of the
of 612
ma NW 4th St. at Duncan Brothers morticians Church with Rev. W. A. Miles, cents in Peabody Hotel
,
2:15 p.m. to form the funeral will funeral pastor, will meet with Mrs. Elizabeth at door. in Memphis, Tennessee.
announce
arrangements This
cortege. These services are under later. Hill, of 233 W. Depot at the excellent hotel for some
POTOMAC FEVER I the direction of the Hughes Street, on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in- time now has been registering I

q....'. ., & Chestnut Funeral Home. Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor; Mrs. Myers, any guest who is orderly, decently I
MR. JACOB C. DAY Olive Miles Mrs. attired and able to
: BONNIE TURNER president; W.
tHy Fletcher Knebel Cowles Bureau
Washington. Final rites for Mr. Jacob pay the price charged for
Dayof Johnson
" Bonnie Turner, of the Waca- Bessie M. reporter. 2-0561) ac-
With the 'governments cigarette report,' 'wemay.-.se >the passing of : some Alachua, who died Thursdayat hoota Settlement: died at Us > 63110. commodation.But .
cherished American institutions: the smoke-filled room,' smoked herring and Alachua General Hospital home Friday. WO IEN'S MEN'S! DAY the paradox Is that just
Smoky Bear. following a brief illness, will be Duncan Brothers, morticians,, There will be a joint Men's! across the Mississippi River
-- conducted Wednesday at 10 p.m. will announce funeral arrange- and Women's Day program presented from the Peabody Hotel there
Late Yule. tide bulletin: Alain trouble in Panama Is too much left-over isth from the Mt. Carmel A.M.E. ments later. at the Hopewell Baptist the exists the most irrational fear i
mus spirit. Church with the Rev. M. J. Church with' Rev. W. J. Taylor, Al- and malignant claims of

-- Johnson officiating. Intermentwill pastor, today. Sigma what great harm would be
follow in the Damascus Ce- MRS. WILLIE HOLLYWAYMrs. women's will be done to America
The program by such
Castro visits Khrushchev. Communism is getting'along fine. Castro is riding, a
by Lewis
metery.Mr. Willie McNeil Hol- the public
during morning accommodations
presented
policy.A .
in British buses. Khrushchev is eating American wheat. And between the two
Day is survived by his lyway, a former resident of worship at 11 a.m.; the men's book
of them, they'll to raise a lot f cane. "
manage o
widow, Mrs. Elmira Day of Gainesville, died Friday after- program will also be presentedat SOUTHERN senator, in
-- Alachua; one son, Albert F. noon in Detroit, Mich., follow- 3 p.m. The principal speakerwill mythical privately discussing the problem -
Lyndon Johnson gets reams of newsp aper space. They're saying he's the first Day of Clearwater; two daugh- ing a brief illness. Local funeral] be Thomas Coward, a the said, "It cannot be said
man to throw his hat in the ri himself along with it. ters, Mrs. Neomy Thomas of arrangements will be under the teacher in the Lincoln High at that the Peabody Hotel or

- Tampa and Miss Malessa Dayof direction of the Hughes & Chest- School, Gainesville. Deacon the pur- the many others that "."A". i
The Henry Cabot Lodge boom bur president is taking Republicans by storm.In Alachua; a sister, Mrs. Dora nut Funeral Home. William Ryles, chairman; Deacon In the any decent American--- -as V L.ClJt a I

fact, some feel rained out before th e game starts. Day of New York City; one M. J. Hollis, co-chairman; Alum-. guest has lost any liberty. I \

-- grandson, Sgt. Roger Simmonsof REV. WILLIE S. JOHNSON Lev. W. J. Taylor, pastor. var- Yet, what some of us mean
: This is Leap Year, better known as b .chelors hibernation year. Ft Benette, Ga., and one son- Final rites for Rev. Willie com I when we say that the c I v 11 I I'

-- in-law, Abraham Thomas of Small Johnson of 521 SE 14th ALACHUA NEWSFOMEN'S 'group rights legislation now in com-
Republicans predict a banner year f:Jr the party. Prepared to go down with Tampa. Terrace will be held Monday at DAY PROGRAM mittee would take away liberties -
the flags flying, huh? These services are under the 2:30 p.m. from the Mt. Olive A. There will be a Women's Day will is that some of our
direction of the Hughes & Chest- M.E. Church with the Rev. W. program presented at the Mt. Lincoln constituents in the hotel and
nut Funeral Home. S. White and Rev. Robinson of Nebo Methodist Church with Pro- restaurant business are demanding

ficiating.Rev. Rev. J. S. Cameron, pastor, today per- of us here in Wash-
MRS. CARY BENNETT Johnson was employedfor Jan. 19. scholar ington that we protect their
Funeral services for Mrs. : about 14 years by the John- During the afternoon worship "liberty" of doing a public
.. Gary Bennett will be held at son and Faris Feed Store, and at t 3 p.m., Miss Leontine Williams i "Miss business under a public license
I .S. . the New Jerusalem Baptist he was recently appointed pas- home demonstration Jack and yet then be allowed -
:..". Church in the Moneocha Settle- tor of the St. Luke A. I.E 1 agent, will be the principal Irving, to discriminate. We can't
: ment today at 2:30. p.m. with Church at Arredondo, where I speaker; and also during the Carolyn much longer carry on sucha
Rev. Joiner officiating.He I the body will lie in state tomorrow -,evening worship at 6 p.m., there for fight. Most of us are be-
r/ was a life long resident of! morning from ten until f will be a musical program, fea- Mar- coming uncomfortable trying I
and
Alachua County. Interment will noon. The body will be in state I''turing the Southland Spiritual to do so. It is preposterous \\i !
follow in the Rhuda Branch I today at the White and Dorsey j Singers and also other singers. to say that the rights of I: i
Cemetery. Funeral Chapel from noon until lunch will be served in the dining almost 200 million Americans \'
Duncan Brothers, morticians, 10 p.m.All friends are asked to room of the church. Rev. J. will in any sense be impaired I.: I
are in charge. meet at 504 SE 14th Street tomorrow S. Cameron, pastor; Mrs. AdaBell and if less than 20 million are given ;, !
at 1:30 p.m. to form the Hall, reporter. Miami, the same rights held by I .
JAMES RUTLEDGE procession to,the'church. Funeral services for James Survivors include his widow, A LANDMARK"We Meanwhile, President John- ,
(Jim) Rutledge will be held at Mrs. Josephine Johnson; two know that if the earthly and son's address is being widely \\
the New Salem Baptist Churchin daughters, Mrs. Jenell Johnson ,frame that houses us today are approved and discussed. It b \
Arredondo today at 1 pjn. of Miami and Miss Shirley ;should be demolished, we possess is difficult for even the more I I
with Rev. Rufus DeBose offici- !Johnson of Gainesville; one son, I a building which God has Ford extreme GOP opposition to be
ating. Interment will follow in Willie James Johnson; two :provided a house not made by Miami, against it. They resort to
.. When, Good F llo'vG' Together the Petterson Cemetery. brothers, James Terry of Ocala I human,, hands eternal and in past doubting the President's ability -
Relatives and friends are and Frank Terry of Philadelphia J beaven." (11 Corinthians 5LNEB. to carry it out but they da
: On the Florida A&M University ,campus recently to .visit with ,his son asked to meet at the borne of his ; one grandmother Mrs. : .) home. not condemn its content. 'I

: Noble Sissle Sr., pictured second from the left, had a .chance also for a visit sister, Mrs. Creasie Gilmore, at Mimmie Robinson; four grandchildren :NOTICE Ocala,
901 NW Third Ave. at 11 45 a jn. and a soninlawR0- University City Temple No. in \
: ] yester- Certainly, all the nation
friend
with his long-time Count ,Basic, left, and Dr., Wialliam l P. Foster, right
Miami. 900)() of Elks willsponsor
Duncan Brothers, morticians, bert Johnson of Daughters j no region would have its interest
:. head of the FAMU Music Department. Noble Sissle Jr.. second from the right, ire in charge. Interment will be in the Pine I a benefit solo ,program so strongly advancedby i

rounds'ut'the group which represents talent responsible for some of the fin-. Grove Cemetery under the direction :it 'the Mason ll on Monday, Gaines- passage of the entire'' ,,1
est moments in American STEPHEN SINGLETON of White and Dorsey Funeral .Jan. 20, at 8 p.m. to Johnson program as would '
music for the '
masses. : -I
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Defense Doctors Use CorpsesFor LB/ Moves on Untapped Skill Bank' - WomenBy I I


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To. Study Action FRANCES LEWINE j beth Carpenter, press secretary :said it was important especiallywhen :ment on merit, without regard ers reported to the President
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TransfusionsPONTIAC WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- to Mrs. Johnson to report onl' the government is tryingto to sex. II f hat they were already putting \
in Some of the Cabinet mem- women in posts.
ident Johnson has told his all- women governmentMrs. improve the caliber of its policymaking many (

On Mich. (AP-Rus- male Cabinet the government is Peterson said she told people and is look-

CigarettesWASHINGTON sian accomplishments with:not using the brainpower of the Cabinet: "There is a skill I ing for persons with ideas, im- I

blood transfusions spurred a I American women to the extentit bank in the country from which agination and durability." USED TV SETSRECONDITIONED i
Michigan research team to discover should.
(AP) The some forms of cancer and other how corpses could provide there have not been sufficient Mrs. Peterson said habit and

Defense Department's top med- diseases. the blood to keep injured "The day is over when top withdrawals skills of many tradition in federal service had
ical officers may decide next Each of the chief military persons alive in the battlefield or jobs are reserved for men," the I'educated and trained American resulted in "men only" in upper & GUARANTEED .
week "line of action" actors
on a con- is expected to outline
in disaster President declared Friday dur-
areas. bracket jobs until Atty. Gen.
cerning cigarette smokinj I g recommendations he is makingto women. ALL MAKES & SIZES
ing a 25-minute discussion on Robert F. issued
Kennedy recently -
among the 2.7 million men and his own service secretary Dr. Jack Kevorkian and researchers -
the status of women. He sent Later she told newsmen her a directive for advance- ;1 I
the armed forces.
women in and then to discuss with Fisk Neal Nicol and Ed-
The told The Associated "what win the Cabinet members back to briefing and appeal for more 608 N. -
Pentagon the Defense Department Rea of Pontiac General I
that Dr. their departments to look into women in top posts "fell on I "Furniture That's A Joy COUCH'S ; I
Saturday announced
common policy and line of action -Hospital Friday night MAIN ST. 9
the situation.In
To Live With"
Shirley C. Fisk, its health direc- should be," the Pentagonsaid. that they had performed the very, very receptive ears. :

t tor, will meet Wednesday with first known direct transfusionsof an unusual move, Johnsonhad Johnson was "forthright and WALKERFURNITURE J
the surgeons general of the "Whether any new policy di- blood from human corpses to called in Undersecretary of forceful in his request that
J Army, Navy and Air Force. rectives will be issued remainsto living persons. Labor Esther Peterson !
a mem more women be brought into STORE To serve their readers and advertisers better ;
r j They will talk over the Pub- be determined," it added.It The process, Kevorkian said, ber of his Status of Women high level posts." Mrs. Peter- 11 NW 8tk AT.. Fk. S7S4C newspapers in recent years have invested more than ,
lic Health Service report which was stressed that the meet- W* Flame What W. MO, :
toI is a simple one "with what appear -Commission, and Eliza- son reported. "The President I $700 million in new plants and equipment. I
linked cigarette smoking ing was not specially called, but
to us to be tremendous
was regularly scheduled. military possibilities." I ,
"During the two the
( years !
r t Play by UF Public Health Service reportwas Kevorkian had read Russian l
in preparation the Defense medical journals that describedthe Grade "A" Quick Frozen SAVE

i( Department policy was to wait taking'of' blood from per- i.
: Prof to BePresented and read it before acting," the sons who had just died, storingit : I

I department said. "We now have and then transfusing it into I, '
read it." living patients.
'
iS There has been no one policyon "I asked our department \

cigarette smoking for all the head, Dr. John J. Marra, if we
i A new play by Didier Graeffe, services. Each has set its own. could try to repeat the Russian
1 professor of humanities at the As long ago as September experiments," Kevorkian said.
t University of Florida, will be 1962, the Air Force surgeon gen- "He didn't think the idea would I !
presented in! the University Auditorium eral banned cigarettes from work, but he gave us a go- Colonial Select fully
t on Friday, Jan. 24, atc flight lunch boxes and refused ahead." cut-up fryers. Frozen ,

\c 8:15: p.m. The play is called to accept them for free distri-- Kevorkian and his assistants fresh to lock in all CUT-UP

"The People vs. Socrates" isIs bution to patients in Air Force gave blood from corpses to living the fresh flavor and Fp S51 oarS
a dramatization of the trial of hospitals. volunteers after storing it 12 SY
1 Socrates that took place in Athens That policy still is in effect. to 15 days without adding the
2500 years ago. The Army and the Navy have chemicals that are put in stored goodness.LB. .

As in his previous productions, imposed no restrictions, and blood to'prevent coagulation, he ?
Dr. Graeffe has tackled a con- there is no certainty that they said. I
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,temporary problem in the guise will do so. "Then, came the next logical Limit 3 fryers at this
of a historic play. The problemis step the direct transfer of EXTRA STAMPS'speciol
the difficult position of the intellectual blood from a dead person to a low price
J in society. Jr. Deputy living patient," Kevorkian said. with your purchases SO EXTRA STAMPS

"The People vs. Cocrates" is "This was something the Russians totaling $2.50 or With Tarnow Cooked or

a reading play written specifically Honored hadn't done."Everybody more, please. Baked Ham ,
J for eight professors, not in the lab be- IWcrN
r actors. 'Besides Socrates the came a volunteer, and we 50 EXTRA STAMPS
philosopher, impersonated by James Ward, a 17-year old agreed that whoever's blood REG 39* FRIED (IN MARKED) With Go. Brand Brick Pork

Dr. Walter Herbert, and Aris- senior at Gainesville High type came up next would takea SAUSAGE

tophanes the comic playright, School has in been the named to the transfusion." Fish Cakes 29 25 EXTRA STAMPS ?> ANf
read by Dr. David Stryker, Alachua top post This turned out to be Nicol. With Palmetto FarmsSALADS
there will be the accuser (Dr. County' Although a dead person's blood .

James Hodges), the political Junior Deputy may be tapped up to six hours REGULAR 590 . SWIFT PREMIUM 6 BOTTLE
Sheriffs
wire-puller (Dr. George Wolff), after death, the team worked 25 EXTRA STAMPS
the young Plato (Raymond His quickly and transferred 400 cu- With 2-Lb. SuperbrandCott. i--rr: !
1 LB.SO .
Beirne); also, a president of the ment was ,, bic centimeters-about a pint- w ieners PKG. 49 Cheese A
court (Dr. Arthur Funk), and nounced Mac.i.; ..r within half an hour. s .
even a heckling student in the day by "Nicol never flinched and
audience (Herman Levy). Dr. Deputy this calmed any uneasiness that

Graeffe himself will play the tor Ed anyone else might have felt bl1.iiji: .:.:t :N a 4; i. ?i) as .Er';" :H"'n::!;1.
"Stage Manager." Clellan. Ward about the experiment," Kevor- ;

The play is sponsored by the Young Ward is a six-year-ve- kian said. "And after we finished '
Week Committee the second experiment, p : I L
Religion-in-Life teran of the junior deputy pro- .
and by the Humanities Department -i gram. He's the son' of Mrs. E. just about anybody in the hospital Extra Top Value Stamps

of the University. The J M. Ward of.Fairbanks., Besides would r have been .willing to WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF r i -t .
public is invited; there will be J going to school and keeping up try it."
no. admission charge.TcacIlers with junior deputy activities, Another important discoverycame THREE PKCiS. FROZEN TASTE O SEA ( 4n,
Ward also works part time. because the second and Fish Sticks I T,.

Still Other officers named to serve third corpses were of persons GOOD THRU JANUARY 22ND 6 ,
with killed in automobile accidents. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE \ a s ; / .
him are Ronny Lawrence, eot' .
Can RegisterFor major; Douglas Mowry, Captain Both had suffered broken necks,
which prevented draining the t
; Thomas Show, first lieutenant -
Bill second blood from the jugular vein in
Exams ; Goolsby,
lieutenant; Gene Holder, sergeant the neck, as in the first. trans-

I fusion. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 22NDWINN.DUrlE
Alachua county teachers and "We had to drain the blood
those in nearby counties who The junior deputy program is from the heart which yielded WITH THIS COUPON! AND PURCHASE Of TOMES. -COPYRI.NT-.r
missed the Jan. 17 deadline for I open to all boys in the county Two PKCS. FMOZCM PATIO
about 200 cubic centimeters, he
16* . DEEP SOUTH APPLE Limit 1 with $2.50 orderor moreGOOD
between 11 and 18 old.
qualifying for the National Tea- years said. "This has its advantages, Enchilada I Dinners

chers Examinations may still since it doesn't necessitate tilting THRU JANUARY 22ND
enter late applications, Dr. JohnV. Social Security the body to get the blood Into AT ANY WINN-DIXIE J II 2 19
McQuitty, University of Florida the neck and depend on the 72 i"fltt..' ((f!((t:,( iJ I', II/ltt'( ;' e y. Lb. Jar
Examiner announced Fri Visits Planned gravitational flow." .

day.The In each case, researchers had
National Teacher Exami- A representative of the Gain- to check with friends and fam
SAVE 6ft EACH . QUICK' OR REGULARQuaker
nations, prepared and administered ,esville Social Security Office ily of the deceased to deter- 50 Ext'ra Top Value Stamps -- (

annually by the Educa- will visit Alachua and High mine whether there had been WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

tional Testing Service, will be I Springs Wednesday.He any history of jaundice or liver Two mat. FROZEN asjSAVE 9'
given at the University of Florida will be' at the office of the disease. Gold
King
on Saturday, Feb. 15. Late Alachua police chief at 9 a.m. Hushpuppies
applications, accompanied by ,and at the High Springs city GOOD THRU JANUARY 22NO
proper examination fees, must hall at 11 a.m. SAVE BY 20th AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .
be received at the Educational Persons with social security 73 ' !(pf{( (etf{( ft1fll' '. (I I
Testing Service in Princeton 'business to transact or who OF MONTH

N. J., not later than Jan. want social security informa- EARN HIGH RATE va 46-oz.
31, McQuitty said. tion are invited to see the representative FROM THE 1st Cocktail 3 CANS $1.

The tests include the com- at the time of his OF MONTHii 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
mon examinations and tests in visit.
WITH THIS -
COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
professional information, general
culture, English expression, ONIIP'tIIOUN: SOUTHlEtilN ENRICHED FAMILY SIZE' DIXIE DARLING LOAF .
and non-verbal reasoning, as ocorlY a e

well as some of the 13 optional 1000 TNRU JANUARY 22ND 14-i, '
examinations designated to demonstrate II AT ANY' WINN DIXIE Bread 2 31
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matter taught.mastery The common of subject examinations '-p1 kIT' 1 L j jr I

for tea-
are required .
cher certification and advancement .., 'F. ,.' .' ., ''0'.
:- 1f':1: $$:_ .: t J., + + .
in the public schools of -

Florida.A bulletin. of information containing MORTON FROZEN Firm i G 0 Id'R.I.Ipe
APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT FRESH !
an application and describing -

registration proceduresmay 0 Fruit Pies' i
be obtained from college . 'HBANANAS!
officials or school superintendents. 1
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Romney. Gives Per aauauret 3 FAMILY SIZE $1 1 ss for Baking' ,


GOP AdviceSALT CURRENTDIVIDEND a Broiling,

YEAR-ROUND ALL-EXPENSE CRUISES
LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) from 59 MORTON FROZEN s Frying,

-Gov. George W. Romney of 3-Day Wtektnd,Fri,5 PM frill$51 Spaghetti & Meat s ._ Desserts 0i
Michigan warned the Republican 4-Dty.Moidays.5 PM mm$84 ,
party Friday night it must SAILS from downtown Miami(PIer 3) i Salads
DOCKS it Bay strut In tee !hurt cf Macaroni & Cheese ,
not exploit racial or religious tusuu's downtown shopping crush es
prejudices in order to gain victory tut INCLUCIS ship as your hottl. ill i or as is LB.
marts plus tune SMCktimM fin J'
daily *
at the polls. food and sarvict,dincinf tnttrtauuntnt. PKGS.
"If the Republican party tries Captaifs cocktail party I No vaccinationcertmsate I 5 $1 -
raquirad for US. or Canadian OF YOUR
io buy the White House with the citUanal 200 Ihs bauata allowinc e s lee
CHOICE Fresh Red Tomatoes ZLbs 39
rights of others," Romney said, Wrta far TOE saiar kmtar.lat t-t Ripe > ?
Mate rtanrntlaM MOW tin jwr e
"it will become the greatest Turn AUICT.ar
white elephant in the history of
party politics! EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPFor GUARANTYFederal VfEZZCL -

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presidential nomination, made I
his remarks in an 'address prepared Savings and Loan I :
for delivery at a $50-a- Information & Reservation cftine &i

plate Republican banquet in his CALL FR 6-4641 f I
honor. ti
The Michigan governor declared WORLD TRAVEL 220 N Mom St to ,

port for.his the whole-hearted civil rights bill sup before SERVICE Gainesville Two Convenient Locations: 130 NW 6th St. and 1410 N. Main Street

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! e,; :HoffaJm'y :It c'l 3 Nabbed'For More About *.""" More About :- have in to this explore'vital all area.the"possibilities ., 'I, I



, : M 4 :; Passing Williams Hodge predicts there will be "

3 .,TamperingTrialto .. Bad Hodge an enormous growth in the .
? ChecksThree county in the next four years.

r I Open e?S persons were arrestedby From Page 1 From Page 1 "This growth will demand -
that
work
we diligently

1 "CHATTANOOGA Tenn. (AP) r'f sheriff's Friday on deputies a total yesterdayand of eight versity of Florida Alumni Association family at 2029 NW 13th St., is in our school system in orderto

F -Government and Teamsters bad check charges.. Gainesville High a member of the First Baptist maintain the high standards
Union lawyers conferred with School Quarterback Club, Elks Church the Gainesville necessary to meet the demands ....
r U.S. Dist Court Judge Frank h Don Monismith, 34, 630 NW and American Legion. Club, Elks Club Moose Rotary of our youth and at the same

f Wilson today to iron out ground a F 75th Ave., was arrested at his Williams served with the Navy Gainesville High School Club time strengthen our system to I
rules for Teamsters President home about 8:30 last night on a in the Pacific during WW II, receiving Club the Quarterback -cover areas in which we are :
James R. Hoffa's trial on jury- forgery warrant that had been his discharge in 1945. Florida Alumni University of now weak."
tampering charges, which begins __ outstanding since August At 46 he Club, the Un 4
is the
K I youngest iversity Tipoff Club and the University ' Hodge is a native of Alachua
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c Monday. +.Ak In August, he allegedly member of the School Board.? i Quarterback Club. I' County. He was educated in
Hoffa said he thinks he can forged an $18 counter check at Williams said he has worked public schools here and in Du-
-s get a fair trial in Chattanooga. _' the Citizens Bank. for efficiency in all phases of "I have only one campaign val County. He attended the Un
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i.: He flew here Friday, met briefly zr, xs w the school system. promise to make, Hodge said I' iversity of Florida and Jacksonville .
:.: with lawyers then went tot ea. tiG Charged in. another case wan as "Finding ways of improving in his announcement. "I will University.t .
; Detroit to spend the, weekend 18-year-old waitress, Laura our school system requires a do my best to support good I

L I with his family. 1, Mae Douglas of Auburndale. continuous effort without relaxation sound educational principles al-I
t 'He will be back' Monday for i She was arrested by Polk County or complacency. I'am ways keeping in mind the best Florida Pest Control.

... the trial, which was transferred s.r g, deputies on warrants issued proud that I have shared in interests of the children of Ala j & CHEMICAL CO.FREE
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from Nashville after Hoffa con of here. the task of developing a good i chua County. .

.%, tended he couldn't' get a fair Deputy Wayne' Pearce of school system in Alachua .County Looking back over the past
trial there because- of'unfavorable spa Alachua County took her into and I will work" for continued -four years Hodge said he is

1, news stories. custody at the Polk County jai il] improvement. proud of the improvementsmade
At the Hoffa said "A - in Bartow He singled out several areas
airport -o Friday afternoon and in the county school
sys-
,; man can get a fair' trial any- Helping The VoteIn returned her to Gainesville to which he said need special at tem. Termite Inspection

,time 12 people sit down who( are stand trial. She has four countsof tention: additional guidanceand And Estimate
' not saturated with ,false worthless checks counseling, expanded vocational "However we still need to NO OBLIGATION i
propaI1 efforts. spur voter registration for the upcoming elections, the League ofVdmen's against her.
'ganda." He said the"Chattahoo: and technical training move forward especially in the WHY TAKE CHANCES
Voters took the mountain to Mohammed"yesterday: They set I
i, ga newspapers had beenJair i I\ ,.;Voter': registration booth and demonstrated the operation of a voting machine up at a Brown's The checks Texaco passed at t programs high school drop- field of vocational training.The DL FR 6- 66ti
Liggett Drugs outs and libraries.In School Board is
reporting developments here. going to I )
-" the Winn-Dixie Store on NW 6th St. Taking the oath of a registered voter Cotton's Corner and Tourest addition to these Williams
Hoffa came to Chattanooga above is Miss Katherine Bronson. League members are. Mrs., Willard Stne Pure Oil, total 75. said, the 'educational'
f; from Chicago, where he.com; qleft) and Mrs. Frederick Hardy.Goldwater of the should be goals
county
. pleted the union's first three In the third case, Kenneth praised. re ap

f year national wage.,agreementon Thomas McBurney, 67, 4101 NW Williams is "
a member of the
t behalf of 400,000 Teamsters 13th Place, had three,'worthless QAY
t members. He was! greeted: by Invades Dixie check charges pressed against First where Presbyterian he teaches Church, w N Y o F

local union members, many him. He was arrested at home school Sunday
scoutmaster of local
oj whom bore ngns saying, Friday morning. a
troop and
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Thanks for the contract Jim- GET
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ay." With Blast at JohnsonFAYETTEVILLE He allegedly passed checks Metcalfe and Howard Bishop
totaling $45 to Ed Cellon's 66 PTA's."If .
.;:The Teamsters leader plansto Service Daniel's Service Sta the people of our county

Headquarters set up international In Chattanooga union N.C.; (AP))I not pass the public accommodations presidential candidate next tion and the Standard Oil Com' decide to permit me to continue for
-Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater. section of the administration's July. pany. All the checks were returned my service on the School A\ONEY
.. during the trial, estimated to accused President Johnson Saturday civil rights bill. The holdout Grenier sai from Citizen's Bank Board I will always make my the
last six weeks or more. decisions
df marked "no account." on sound business and
of "an
to divide
attempt
trial'with Congressional action on thto e will be Winthrop Rockefeller educational 1
IHoffa will go on Americans" with his plan I tobacco 'report "would be another Arkansas. "I assume he will principles. Low Overhead Modest Profits I,
five other men on charges of at- fight poverty. He said the Republican booboo.like. prohibition," vote for his brother" New Two Fires Car Is StolenHIGH No Unnecessary Middleman'
tempting to influence jurors in party is the only home Goldwater said. "If a person York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller Use Your Central Charge Plan or Cash & Carry \l
in
Hoffa's 1962
conspiracy case
Nashville. for conservative Southern Demo wants to smoke he's going to ,, the only other declared SPRINGS A 1954 CHINA-LUXE ONE-COAT ,
crats. smoke even if he has to roll up candidate for the nomination. Are Fought light blue Chevrolet was reported Semi-Gloss LIQUID GLASS .
Goldwater, in the South for the newspapers." stolen early Saturday ENAMEL InteriorExteriorENAMEL
'Fl.ontLine' first time in his bid for the GOP He said Johnson eventuallywill Coffee Prices Two fires-one Friday morn morning from Jim Douglas
presidential nomination told a back down on the sectionof ing and the other Friday afternoon Chevrolet here early yesterday.The FOR ALL INTERIOR SURFACES High gloss, hard, flexible

party fund raising breakfast the civil rights bill banning May Increase caused thousands of dollars car had been left by its Washable finish
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.Republican: candidate we're going modations."I ST. LOUIS (AP) Coffee, Springs, to be repaired. The Chip smudge resistant and stains Washable durable
J to make gains'in the South" prices will increase 14 to 16 The afternoon fire was re 1963 license is 11-3426. I A Resistant to yellowing
If War Starts j tn next November's election. think the President will cents per pound in the United ported about :5:30: p.m. in the
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University City Bank, 1100 W. Talk Laos $798 $898
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"The historic position of the back down to a Southern fill > next, four University Ave. Firemen saidit 2nd GALLON 2nd GALLON
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Qpv. Farris Bryant told a veterans Goldwater said he thinks Republicans -' the ce'lng. Premier Prince Sou-
group Saturday that "if 1 ," he said. "They have no "will pick mem-! vanna Phouma flew to Sam
up
war comes it will not be a foreign place to go except to the Republican bers of the House ,and political I Manhattan president, Dana Fire fighters worked for an -Neua Friday for talks with his f
war but we here in Floe J party." positions in all the Southern Brown said the wholesale priceof hour and a half to put it out. half-brother, Prince- Souphanou-
ida will be in the front lines." He attacked Johnson's three- states" this year. Manhattan and Dining Car vpng, chief of the' proCommunist
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was FJXR. who divided he said. Other the home of H. L. Eagle, 404 NW
not
eastern coast and Cuba is so talking as he should. price raises, he
j near. t toe people up pigeon holed Goldwater said Southern vat said will follow. 34th Terrace. Firemen said it SHOP-SHOP

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Americans Goldwater said .S
ern Conference of the Veterans conservatism than are crop failure in Brazil faulty floor furnace.
Foreign Wars that the United 'Out where I come from" we re about civil rights. He said Johnson one of the world's largest They said damage to the f SHOP
just plain Americans. "is not a conservative by coffee house was about $3,000, and to
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Gainesville tiigh School football guard Jay Wilson was a enough to ,make All-Area, AU-Suwannee Conference and I'm not going to pull? any punches. Here's why. .r..* players in the state, 48 for football, 24 for basketball. I.'.

Ir' pretty fair f< tball player last season. against his Class B competition, he did welL His is a personal In recent years, and this apparent clash between big and ::
: All he did as to make All-Area Lineman of the Year, All- story of brilliance the orphan boy playing football, tendingthe A Bloc Vote little schools is not confined to one particular district North e.
State, All Sc them and All-America.; farm and doing both tasks welL grid and cage squads have had a surprisingly large number of ,,:
Of the 11 schools in the group that voted on McCall and Class B and Class C players. .'
Do kn what Wilson couldn't do? But Jay Wilson played with a team that went 842 in Class
you v Jay Coleman, no less than four of them represent the Suwannee In sharp contrast Southern teams have been dominated by -
He couldn get enough votes from, high school football -- Conference. They are North Marion Chiefland Williston and ..
Class AA and A stars. As to be expected, the South has been ..
coaches in 1 ; own district so he could. play. in the annual, Newberry. Other schools are Ocala Lake Weir, Dunnellon, winning, too. M

all-star footb' 1 game here, in August '.. <. -'- Starke, Santa Fe, P. K. Yonge and GHS. .I think the Suwannee coaches have done l .tJ'.'
a great injustice
Does that fund ridiculous? It's more than that. It's shame GHS and Ocala are Class AA Starke is Class A. The othersare '. -
to Wilson to their district and
ful. J")]"} HaJb'erstei". HH'J Class B. Jay own to the all-star game. _

And that! why today I have a bad taste in my mouth. There has been no secret about it The Suwannee coaches It's The Principle ;

Worse, it w*I put there by some of the finest people I know. S\iijs;; .I li have been voting as a bloc for an agreed on representative-, ...:. -;:

Area high spool football coaches. their own representative, generally, or a player from one of It matters little that Carey McDonald executive secretary 9 ....
Last Thiujday night coaches from 11 schools in this par- the other' smaller schools in the district. of the Florida Athletic Coaches Association will get the word t: _
ticular disnct met to select one lineman and one backto -' In other words, they're not voting for the best players in to Carl Madison Milton High grid mentor and North coach "...

represe' the territory in the,all-star:game. Ocala's. Wayne AA, won the Region,!!! championship and lost only to eventual the area for the all-star game. They're voting for THEIR for the 1964 star game so that he will add Wilson to the ".

McCall w' the back selected. state champion Coral Gables. player. team as an "at large" pick.There's a'....
And Geoge Coleman Chiefland's fine tackle, was the line- And this goes contrary to the entire concept of the all-star 6&
entire of Florida involved ,
There were only two players in the State a principle here. iY
man selecw., The vote was 6-5 over Wilson. chosen for, the All-America team. Wilson was one. There were game. It's ridiculous that an All-America player has to be an ..oJ

.;\j Colelnal 'S A Fine One only 90 players chosen in the entire nation on the All-America The Best Should Play . "at large" selection for an all-star game. What else does,he ",--
have do
team. Wilson was one. to to merit the selection?
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Wilkinson severed another tie Wilkinson who has backed his th ,
with the University of Okla- friend and long-time assistant, Says Regents \'
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homa Saturday, this time on a Gomer Jones, for the football Politicking i .

'gr'g note of bitterness. job, displayed annoyance when r Ha ; "
Charging "political maneuv- he said, "It has become increas- On Successor

ering" in the Board of Regents' ingly apparent that political ma-

: ci / i( delay in choosing his successoras neuvering on the part of some t. q

A .Rn tk 555a. 5 football coach, Wilkinson re- regents has taken precedenceover expected to run for the Senateas I
5' ' It signed as athletic director. the early choice of a new a Republican and this is s ; f.ti
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v M -z- v. ,. : coach." believed to be the of the
F y; : The move came exactlyone source
I 4f1 week after he ended a fabu- He Was Upset reported friction with regents.Six .

:: I Iv lous 17-season career as Sooner The emotional announcementat Said Loyal N

? football coach in a big step toward a news conference in his of- Six of the seven regents re-
v a 6 3E \ furthering: incipient: pUUU-I fice was a departure from the portedly are loyal to two prob-

," famed 47 year. old former able Democratic candidates for .
coach's usual calm manner. He the Senate-a former governor,
i < s ; t\ arrived for the news conference Raymond Gary, and the incumbent e t
-,.,. .;:_"C" ..____'_ .nnn_ '" : 1 ,Perry Nips several minutes late, explainingthat Senator, J. Howard Ed- Scq
he needed time "to compose mondson.

Explain This One, RedIt Sharks With myself." There have been numerous re- A

Wilkinson turned aside ques- ports that four regents consid-

as Ladies Day for the Tipoff Club Friday and a turnout of 81 persons tions about his future. He has ered friendly to Edmonson have UW" I

bean} Harbin (Red) Lawson, Georgia cage coach, discuss basketball. From Rally 6160CEDAR said he is frankly considering blocked Jones' appointment. t..
left Ire Mrs. James (Jo Anne) Clayton, Lawson, Mrs. Harry (Betty) Powell and running for the U. S. Senate but Wilkinson said he had expected .. T
MrslJerry (Shermie) Rudderman. (Sun Photo). KEY A fantastic insists he has not yet made a, when he resigned as coach : : a

finish by Perry in the final three decision.At i that his recommendation of Now! :
I minutes wiped out a commanding one time during his session Jones, 49-year old line coach Easy

ius 10-point Cedar Key lead and with newsmen, Wilkinson asked and associate athletic director, Virginia Rees, captain of Williston's cheerleaders,
Defeats Ocala gave the Bulldogs a 61-60 tri- that one of his replies be stricken -would be approved immedi- implores her favorite basketball team in its game

umph that was the first loss of because he said the information ately. with Chiefland Friday night. Miss Rees is the daughter .
the year for the Sharks. came in executive sessionof But the regents have refusedto of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rees. See another picture .f.'
With five seconds to play Ce- the university's Board of Re- move. and story on Page 03. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis).
dar Key,led 60-59 and had. the gents and he didn't feel he

eaten by Mainland ball basket.out of Coach bounds Ron under Brummitt Perry's should"That's reveal one it.of the reasons I Wildcats Vols : : i I Isaved

called time out to set up the pro wanted to compose myself be- Stop "

per pass-in play but Perry fore I came in here so I'd be ,

LAGainesville High making 12 of 16 chances at the varsity contest by a 78-25 mar 'double-teamed the close man I sure not to say anything wrong"he I "
Sch downed Ocala 59-47 here charity line. gin. Jack Eckdahl hit 25 points 'I'and Bill Strickland grabbed said. LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-Cot- Saturday night to push Kentuckyto Tennessee. ..
i Although ,he is a registered I Nash came up with three to a 66-57 Southeastern Conference When Nash went to ballhawking
Satu ay night to gain a split Terry Nutt, who led GHS (Continued on Page 03)) (Continued on Page 03))
Democrat Wilkinson would be r crucial steals in the last minutes basketball victory over ....
in a lr of weekend contests. scoring with 25 points, made six with about five minutes to
Frid night the 'Canes lost to of six. Ocala was just the opposite go, Kentucky led by only six "-_,
Dayt Beach Mainland 50-48, hitting only 11 of 25 in the points, but capitalized on all the
clash in Gaines Stuns Gators 5957ball steals and the lead 11y"
in an d'ertime game to 21 of 30 for the Georgia opened to

ville. IGHS 'Canes. points. ,,,.

led only 39-35 going into ,Mike Hartman hit 10 pointsfor Kentucky opened up with a
the fina period after buildingan GHS which made its record 1-3-1 defense and
By JOE HALBERSTEIN game. And with five sec a sure Gator basket. zone used it
earl/ edge that reached a 8-4. Ocala 4-8 now, was led by Sun Sports Editor onds left to play, Georgia de- Tomlinson drove the baseline effectively to contain the taller t
dozen 1 pt its onetime!I in the Gary Miller with 15 and Jeff Florida spent all of Friday cided to accept. Rado Hits Winning FG wide open but Waller deflectedhis Volunteers. It was the first time '
first half Curchin with 14. in 33 that coach Adolph ; .
to layup shot and then put ina years
:night trying give away a Tfaats how much time was -
Theperiod nes led the last Gainesville won the junior I Southeastern Conference basket. left when Bulldog guard Billy basket of.his_ own. at '3jl6 to Rupp had used a zone defense "

wish a st and it paid h' '' . ... Rado fired a 35-foot jump shot With Five Seconds Left tie 55all.J at Lexington. ..w
d with GHS '
off. Ocaa foul ."" .' ) that sailed cleanly through the Baxley potted another shot Nash led Kentucky with 23
qs'-Hjis >-10: Buickel. 0- 1. \ hoop to snap a 57-57 tie. at 2:26 for Florida's last lead points. A. W. Davis topped Ten- '
Nutt725t M J lUrtli. Morgai 1.73. Johnsoa.MM; Boat MM S000 :- The Gators unable to per cent shooting mark was control of the ball. That madeit but Jimmy Pitts tied it 15 nessee with 20.Finley ..:> ,
.Jobee 0-0-01 Keeter. : Smith. .- 'wr' were better than the 'Dogs' 38.5. 53-50. seconds later' on a fallaway i:' .
the ball in time to
STRajNOi 0WeJd1. 2.54 get upcourt .Ct. i
Florida trailed most of the Tom Baxley's one-bander at left-handed for the' 'Dogs.
0-0.OCALA 7btli.,194149._ MlHer.Thompson. -S-13 Orr. 1-0-1 ' < III manage a shot to tie again. game in both halves. They 7:44 and his free throw at Chuck Bagby, a thorn in Hires -
20.4: dUB.41t: Me- ..: The final tally was 59-57 be-
... stumbled behind 19-11 with 10:43to 7:24 tied it 53-alL Dick Tomlin-
Call. IM: Umbuc! 24-4: Moore. 0- -.. Florida side with eight last-
2-2 47. 5tepheluOe. .G. ToUte. 141. .. fore 7,000 fans. go in the opening 20 minutes. son long goal at 5:15 produceda half points muffed a free throwat Famed Lawyer '";'
6e an by quuters 1" It was an agonizing defeat, 55-54 UF edge. 1:50 and the Gators got the
GHS 14 IS 10 20 S9 : like pulling teeth without a The Rally r
,Oeate 11. 10 14 13-17 Then the Gators displayed the Florida took its last time out ball. NEW YORK (AP-Charles 0. ,
It pain-killer. It hurt that much.
> .. ., 28 Errors polish and form expected of at 4:48 as Sloan set up his The Fatal Error Finley stormy owner of the
:. .. them from their fine recent strategy. The Gators worked Instead of setting up, a fast Kansas City Athletics, Saturday
Cross r ( Florida out-shot Georgia out-
City <.. ... } / : f y yk rebounded and wins over Miami and Auburn.In carefully and only a brilliant break went awry on another retained famed trial lawyer -
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Jerry fight move
Wins 53-51 :\ ... ,.. ..t, showing in which the 50 seconds the Gators out-
., ). .llfl1lt..n .. team to Louisville. ;,
. '''" "" Gators gave the ball away on scored Georgia by a 17.2 marg. IT IT TT .. ... mWasn't
OAKnnis Bennett : ? ;"'.. "' .. floor errors no less than 28 in to build a good 23-21 lead.
LIVE & times. In a normal a Dick Peek led the surge as Pla'-ed; ; .
an'earl. game : I
injury .. N'2 .
shook to return off in the o\: game rtime period " ., ,. ,""" 'i':. half-dozen booboos are considered he laid in nine points, thanksto That Way .
.. enough.. neat feeds ,under the basket :_
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basket
and hit the winnii j as .
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Cross City topped pye Oak,, 53- if'-: .:f 'I. Florida's slim hopes of figur- With their cushion By NIS NISSEN news for Georgia cage fans. was open for a shot, so. .n I
51, here. Saturda night. .c;: ...,. ing in the 1964 SEC race. Past seven-point Assistant Sports Editor Slow Start Georgia coach Harbin (Red) ..
the Gators
readyto
Bennett wash in the. first / .. "", appeared It of those nights Florida could score only 12 Lawson a man
was one unaccustomed
b .. .", ;, .<\ history has shown a team has break the ;
quarter sat out eg periods, :; ,, '"' to go 7-0 in its home loop contests open game. when everything went wrong points in the first 10# min- to victory, took off his coat,
but still hit 13 its, includingthe : '. c.-=" .-.J. .. ,9 1 and try to do at least Then came the sloppiness for Florida's' Gators. utes of play throwing the _wiped a perspiring forehead :
winning two' ';:- 4-3 or 5-2 on the road if it again. Poor shooting more It went something like this: ball away with consistency.The and sighed. -
The Bears cato from behind i .' FIGHT$$& ", :. has designs on a title. The floor errors and Georgia came Florida and Georgia rivals long arm of Gator cen- He was a happy and sur. ..
tie Live Oak.d then pulled ff. 1:1.e\ ? Gators now are 1-1 both ways. right back with eight straight since the beginning of, athletics ter Mont Highley reached up- prised man. ..

through for their ighth win in .. > ;.:. : ', The Gators are 2-2 for SEC points to forge in front at 29-28 were about to meet in ward and softly tipped the Played A Zone ;

13 games.' ...... ..pDoing .; ,. play, 7-4 overall Georgia, surprisingly and maintained that to lead a game of basketball in Ga- ball in -two points for Geor- "We thought a zone was I
Ken Land had/12 points and :. k .... i& .. is 3-1 in the league 33-32 at half time. tor Gym, Friday, Jan. 17. gia. Sorry, Mont, wrong end. the best to play them," !
Williams '. ,';> way
10 for the ears. > 'r.
Jones despite a lackluster 4-6 overall. In the last half the UF never Florida was rocking along Then, the final blow came Red relayed. "We knew we
had '16 for the Bulldogs. ... mark. led by more than two and with consecutive wins over with five seconds remaining them ",
couldn't let
run.
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3528. tlie Twist; thousand Chinese water torture . 48-11. 73 season record. fired a long one-hander. It Fellows like Bade, Jimmy : ;
CROSS cmr ne odcr. eau deaths.as his Gators made: Accidental Basket Georgia was just Georgia. swished and the Bulldogswere Pitts, Lee Martin and Jerry .
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.1'1 tADd.HCDdrtSo.3-2-12: Ke er.14. 1-3-41 Total*.Joae l7aU.2- Gator guard Brooks Henderson'' twisted 'between bad pass after'bad pass against t; When about nine minutes left: Three wins six losses and nothing 59-57 winners. Waller knew what a zone ..

6teield.LIVE d.OAK.;1.1.3 Pool William*. 2-3-C:I-12-U Ooft.44U Charles Bagby (32) and Lee Martin (10) for a lay- Georgia's zone defense. Florid:!I it was 51-50 for Georgia when to write home about- Tell me, Billy, was that was all about. They waved ,
".12; '. ; Foster, 1-0. up shot try but it missed. Georgia nudged the Ga also missed numerous high percentage . Gator center Mont Highley ac- except the swicth from black the way you had it planned? hands in Gator faces'all night. -
J.Score Total by: lU3-5 fill tent_ tors 59-57 Friday night (Sun photo by Eddie Davis . shots from 8-10 feel t cidently tipped in a rebound for basketball shoes to white bas : "No, we didn't have a plan.I .
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I : (Cotinued from Page 01) fensive chore, wouldn't let' those,was not Henderson's faultas

: and played for the final shot. Rado in. So the Yankee from I it came on a fast break with I.

'The plan was for Rado to drive, Nagatuck, Conn., jumped up Rado a snowbird for the Clip .
I in the hope of getting fouledor and fired from long range at shot.Waller SiIr mumJ. ,

hitting a layup. an angle. His shot was perfect. who bothered Flor-

But Brooks Henderson, who Rado got only 11 points and ida's big men all night inside,
did his usual remarkable de- just four baskets. And one of led Georgia with 16 points. II '
I "IN OUR 28th YEAR" .
I Peek hit 14 for Florida but only <0

two in the last half. Baxley had 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Letters AwardedTo 13, 11 in the last 20 minutes.

The Gators, worst team in
j. the SEC this year on free
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\ throws, protected that unevi-
VF GridddersUniversity able status by making just JANUARY'CLEARANCE SALE

seven of

1 13.Play
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1f' of Florida has! nab, Ga.Juniors.
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The Gators next travel to Outstanding Savings Event
awarded football letters to 36
((11)) Jim B
f'' e r n- Tallahassee on Thursday to "
members of the 1963 squad,
f'r hardt, Miami; Larry Dupree, meet rival Florida State. Flori-
r; Athletic Director Ray 'Graves;
Macclenny; Jimmy Hall Pensa-
da will host Alabama in its
f announced Saturday. cola; Bob Lyle, Haines City; next SEC struggle on Monday, We have regrouped and marked down spec ial

They are: Syd MacLean, Jacksonville; Jan. 27.Florida's.

fI I w yt Seniors ((12)-Russ) Dennis Murphy, Cairo, Ga.; Jer- unbeaten frosh team groups of suits, topcoats, and sport coats
Clarke ry Newcomer, Miami
Brown, Miami; Hagood ; Roger made it 5-0 with a handy 105-
I i Miami John Dent Tampa;; Pettee, Bradenton; Bill Rich-
;
60 win All-Star team.
over an
All I
from
\ Jerome Jones, Jacksonville;; bourg, Pensacola; Ken Russell Ed Mahoney led the attack with our regular stock . ,

Jack Katz, Key West; Willie Midland, Pa.; Tom Shannon -26 points and Jeff Ramsey had
Lager, Daytona Beach; Frank Miami
23. Ex-Gator star Tom Barbeehit
\' Lasky, Coral Gables; Jimmy Sophomores ((13)) Lars 24 for the Stars.
t Morgan, Lake City Gerald Od- Beckman, Miami MEN'S SUITS
; ; Bruce Ben- Georgia. (iiI) It ft rck. pf t p
I 'om, Apopka;' Jim O'Donnell, nett, Valdosta, Ga Barry Putt 13-4 1-0 3 4. 8
JUdo 16-4 4-3 3 1 11
u Clearwater; Fred Pearson, Ocala -Brown, Ann Arbor, Mi c h.; Wailer 11-7 3-a 7 :3 16 !

; Jack _Thompson, Savan- Charles Casey, Atlanta, Ga., Martin haw__ 2-2 834 1-1 3ss 4. 0 6Qen

: Gary Cliett, Bainbridge, Ga.; Bapy _' 11-4 2-0 008
4-3 4-1 2 3 5 Selected Group From Over Stock
Taylor Regular
lpi --- Lake Butler Jack Harper, Lakeland; Dick Team 10 ,
Will It? Kirk, Ft. Lauderdale; Lynn Totals _ 65-2512-9 :37 14 59
Florida 1$1) It ft rcb. pf tp '
Well I known brands. Values to 59. 5
i t' Matthews, Tampa; Alan Poe, TomllnaoD 10-4 0-0 438. ,
Peek S-6' fr-3 11 1 14Bailey
Downs Hal
j .. It didn't, this crucial late-game shot by the Gatorsas ucsOrange Tampa; Seymour, Starke; ;y 7 3 3-4 13 3 9 '
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Gary Thomas, Ft. Lauderdale; ; 18-6 1-1 2 4 13Henderson
Georgia won the game. Players are Dick Peek., 13-4 1-0 13 1 8
Park Allen Trammell, Eufaula,. Ala.; Morton 1-0 1-1 231: : :
(44) Mack Crenshaw (52), Mont Highley (behind
f John Whatley, Tampa.It Poore :2-2 1-0 114 $3600 /
I Crenshaw); Tom Baxley (22); and Jimmy Pitts Team 6
59-2513-7 52 16 57
the third Totals
was varsity let
(20) (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). BRANFORD Lake ,Butler ter Score by halve:
for Russ Brown
Pearson, 33 26 -59
\ ...I urday edged night Branford to make 35-32 their here Northern Sat-- Odom, Thompson, Jones, Dent, Florida Georgia _.._ 32 25 57 100% Wool Sharkskin, Wool Worsted, Dacron-W lend

,. Clarke and O'Donnell, Win- UF FHOSH-WJnWer. 7-2-16; Me-
I Tale of! Division Suwannee Confer- ning their second letter Elroy. 2-2-6; Ramsey. 11.2-23; Hlgley.
an were
mark 5-0 and run their 5-2-12; Mahoney. 13-0-26; daudeU
ence
Murphy, Pettee, Morgan, Katz, 3-0-6; Murray. 3-0-6; Hoffman. 4-1-9
record to 104 for the season. Semenak. 0-<-. Totals, 46-0 101.
'" Richbourg, Lasky, MacLean, A.I..L-STARS-Baroee. 1--Z4J Junf.
Friday night the Tigers from Shannon, Hall, Newcomer, Du 4-2-10 Odom. 4-3-11; Stauffer. 2-2-6; SUITS Reg. 65.00 and 75.00 2OOfFSLACKS
: Union Co. High downed Orange Cody. 142; Touchtown. 2-0-4; Dun-
and
pree Lyle. can. 113. Total 221660.
All-America: Park at Green Cove ,Springs bya Score by halves: ,
49-34 Manager letters went to Bill UP Ftwsh _.......-. 47 57 104
margin. 29 31 60
All Stars
Clifton
John Tucker
Neither team made a point in and I
I (Cotinued from Page 01)) James Miller, while trainer let
the second quarter in this game.
As hard as it is to believe the vote this year, you'll be Coach Jan Bennett, with Jim- ters went to Ronnie Nails, John Junior LeagueBrowns

flabbergasted over what took place two years ago. my Thomas, Bill Lockerman Morris, Skip Griffin and MikeWhitt topped Bears 23 14 .

That's when GHS' John Feiber made the Wigwam Wisemen'sfirst and Larry Clyatt all with three and Steelers downed Rams 27-
team All-America. Feiber had offers from scores of major fouls and Branford shooting on The Gators thus return 24 of 24 in Junior League basketball Regrouped. marked down for immediaclearance..Valuesto15.95

Ij colleges from one end of the nation to the otehr. Undoubtedly, the oneandoneplayed it safe 36 lettermen to face the toughest I games at the Boys' Club.
he was one of the all-time great high school players to be and stalled for eight minutes. schedule in Florida history I "
developed in this The score as 12-12 at the closeof in 1964. This group will form ,
the nucleus of Florida Wilkinson ,
a team
and it
the first period was
area.By which must face six bowl Sword Edge lodes
One Vote
that at haUtime. ..
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teams in its J
Branford opened a 30-22 leadin first seven con ,; $999
Feiber was chosen for the North team In the 1962 all-star the final period. Then tests, then take on traditional Glock's Hardware, 2 For 19.00 J

game by a 6-5 vote. The other five ballots went to Jay Mack Thomas got hot and hit 11 pointsas rivals Georgia, FSU and Mi- 3424 W. University Ave.

Matthews of Chiefland. the Tigers surged back. ami. 100% Wool, Orion-Wool Dacron-Wool 1
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performer. He's going to be a good one for Florida 18 while Fissell had 11 for the -WA-Ni--ED ;

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But the whole idea is to pick the area's BEST players. And In Friday's game the Tigers Reg. 1795& 1895 2

whoever heard of an All-America not being best? gained a 15-6 lead in the first I MEN WOMEN, SLACKS 1499 par
At these meetings, each coach gets up, nominates a player period, then went into their deliberate -- Zs.to
and makes a short talk. pattern play and held from ages 18 to 52. Prepare some cases only one out of five_ "
understand certain coaches got I now for U. S. Civil Service job pass. I Reg. 2495. 2 pif
As relayed to us, we up Lincoln Service helps thousands SLACKS . .
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last week and started their short speeches in this manner. was the ninth triumph in 14 the next 12 months. prepare for these tests every
'''I -0a "My boy's not an All-America player, but. ." games for Lake Butler while I year. It is one of the largest I 39.
Orange Park is 4-7. Government positions pay asI and oldest privately owned
1'1 A Missing BallotWell Jimmy Thomas led the win- high as $446.00 a month to schools of its kind and is not
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Jay Wilson is even if six: football coaches in the area Clyatt had 10. Eckart paced Or- They provide much greater I For FREE Information on Go- SPORT COATS
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,1 recognized his true worth and acted accordingly.The Total 3-4-10;. Lockerman.19.1149.ORANGE PARK. 4-1-9- ;Hansen.Lyons 2-0-4 204.; I how list of to U.qualify S. Government for a U. S.positions Government and salaries Job. ; (2) Information on I Fine All Wool, Orion-Wool, Checks, Plaids, Solids

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A few years ago Cincinnati baseball fans "loaded" the -- All Wool Blazers Reg. 2995

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All eight positions,excepting the pitcher, were Redleg players.
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Frick, commissioner of baseball, gave the choices back to 1iIIiiIIir 605 NW 8th Ave. FR 69090nuecldesign..every 3995.7500

the managers. (No Charge for Normal
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ignore the obvious then it's time for the Florida Athletic

Coaches Association.to.scrap its present method and come up I

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1 t' : By TED MEIER Bradley scored 49 points on 16 tied 15 times. Tom Dose, Stanford's -

BOSTON (AP-The Boston when Havlicek first went into t, Associated Press Sports Writer field goals and 17 of 20 free star fouled out with eight

I. Celtics are keeping ahead of the game with 8& minutes T __ 1'4 2 Nick Werkman, the nation's.leading throws to set an all-time Ivy minutes left.Oregon

,
Cincinnati in the Eastern Division '
. played. _
college basketball sCorer -League record. In addition the led Jim Barnett
but watch out Los Angeles He scored five by ,
quickly points _ A _______________ for Seton Hall last year, is 6-foot-5 native of Crystal City, ran up a 17-4 lead on Oregon
\ for those San Francisco Warriors and Boston first -
grabbed a period a ,, Mo. grabbed 14 rebounds and
: a virtually forgotten player State then survived the Beav-
_ ,
in the Western Division.The advantage, 24-23. He tossedin "
( before half- ;: p:,, these days. Not so ,Bill Bradleyof handed out.four assists. ers' late rally that cut the score
seven more points 74
Celtics turned back the Princeton's Ivy League cham OverShadowlBraclley's to 44-43 with 1:24 left on Mel
time and the Celtics were in 4
I Lakers for the fourth time in six ( t pions. Counts' jump shot. Counts fin- :
front by 10 points, 50-40.
attempts this season, posting a After that it 1L- i Werkman is not among the performance, perhaps -. ished with 26 points and Barnett :
despite
99-79 decision in the finale of was easy, __ the best individual single' 16 vital
c fI a Elgin Baylor's 22 -points. The : top ten scorers this season while including two free
National Basketball Association Lakers without the latest NCAA statistics rank game effort this season, overshadowed -. throws after Counts' basket.
( were playing
: twinbill at Boston Garden Friday L Bradley third. the 14th straight triumph
high-scoring Dick Barnett, whois

J night. sidelined for several games 111 ,.__"",.._____-_. _._' q m'_-e- _;----_-----_.-- The Princeton star, hailed as for UCLA, the nation's ARCASets
top-ranked team in The Associated -
Wilt' Chamberlain meanwhile with a pulled hamstring muscle.. one of the greatest sophomoresin
,
Williston Wins in OvertimeBenny Press poll, and the surprise
I was scoring 36 potnts in a 112-91 Havlicek, sneering at the sec the country a year ago and defeat of seventh-ranked Ore,

San Francisco triumph at Phila- ond year jinx, wound up with 27 improved now as a junior, First.RacesAtDaytoiia ;
delphia. The Warriors' sixth points to lead both teams. Tom Standridge (10) takes a pass as Bob Head (11) cuts for basket in Wil turned in a spectacular one man gon Stat .

l' straight victory, shaved Los An- Heinsohn had 16 and Sam Jones liston's 41-40 overtime win over Chief land. Defending for Chiefland are James show Friday night to lead the The unbeaten' Uclans whipped

geles' lead to 2Vt games.Thats chipped in 14.Win. :Matthews (10), Don Weeks (20) ; and Johnny Webster. (Sun photo by Tommy Tigers to a 87-82 victory over Stanford 84-71 in their vital Big:

Lewis). Cornell at Ithaca. Six- game at Los Angeles while

j'' the same margin the 10th Oregon State tumbled before

Celtics hold the Royals in The Pistons their 10th DAYTONA BEACH The
over won Hits Oregon 47-45 at Eugene.
t the Eastern Division. game of the campaign-against Hobby GHS Downs Automobile Racing Club of Am..

J 30 defeats-on Ray Scott's soft Ocala,59-47, In Friday's other major results erica (ARCA) will make its' debut -

I There were only the three hook shot with.20 seconds left As Williston California edged ,Southern at Daytona International

i games .Friday night, Detroit California 65-64, Washington Speedway on Feb. 8-9, with one
New York 101-99 in the The Knicks had tied it 16 seconds Loses Mainland 50-48 .
edging before that on JohnnyEgan's Wins 41.40 to Stale nipped Washington 61-59, of the fastest fields the midwestern
of the doubleheaderhere.
,
"I. opener Georgia defeated Florida 59-57, racing organization has
shot from the
I jump key
downed Penn ever fielded.
Syracuse State,84-
hole.New WILLISTON Jerry Hobbyhit (Cotinued from Page 01))) in a 48-46 lead halfway throughthe through a host of GHS defend- 82, Penn beat Columbia' 67-58 ARCA (known until recentlyas
The Fuse a pair of field goals in an
I York had 1
a six-point three minute overtime per- erw and drew a foul from 'Cane and Seattle overcame. Idaho 75- MARC) will stage a 100-mile ;
overtime and Williston'sRed Mainland Buc
period Cool-shooting '
\ Johnny Havlicek was the fuse bulge, 54-48.at the half, but hot iod. Thirty seconds later, the Center Terry Nutt. After his modified-sportsman race on Saturday -
Devils Chief- forward swished
squeezed Roberts
by
that the Celtics needed for their shooting from Bailey Howell Jimmy Buc guard Wes Young laid in two clutch foul shots the' 69.A
I land, 41-40, here Friday night. in a 'pair of foul shots with gave 13-0 second half spree, led Feb. 8, and a 250-mile ;
enabled Detroit take
to
over the Lakers. command two for the Bucs to even things Bucs the margin of victory -
easy victory by Gil Goodrich's 23 points late model championship race
The home five led 31-23 going only four seconds left on the ,
l in the third .
I Boston was behind five points .early. ., .period. into the final period but foul- overtime clock here Friday again, at 48-48. the Hurricanes couldn't manage broke the game wide open for on Sunday, Feb. 9.
New YorK tnen wnutlea tne leaa Picks Off Pass to shot off with their
get a
ed out two starters and the Indians night to gain the Daytonians a UCLA after the game had been Lured by a shot at the
down and tied it-all for
naught. With a minute left to kill, the four remaining seconds.
; Cedar Key Showing their fine defense came on with a rush to 50-48 win over the Gainesville world's fastest track, and $26-
Hurricanes played for ,the final Roberts'
game-winning free
deadlock the contest and force Hurricanes. 160 in posted awards,
the Warriors held
once more, shot. But their strategy knot-
throws climaxed a brilliant 25- entries from ARCA's drivers
the extra top
the opposition to less than 100 period. Both teams overcame sputtering ted and Young picked off a point scoring performance. Nutt Browning
Wins 10thStraight have poured in for the 250-miIer.
points for the fifth time in six Bobo Griffith, Williston's lead starts then fought hard to Cane pass to give the Bucs con led the Hurricane scorers with

games and the 18th time this ing scorer with 13 points, left a 46-46 stalemate through the trol of the ball for the final shot 14 points' despite playing two Paces Win Jack Bowsher of Springfield,

season. via five fouls as did Ed Head. game's regulation time. for victory. thirds of the game with four. Ohio, ARCA's top national

Chamberlain had 29 reboundsand Egbert Farnell hit 12 and Guard Boyd Welsch laid in With four seconds left on the fouls hovering over his head. champ, was one of the first to

I eight assists in addition to Charles Beauchamp 11 for the a driving shot to put the 'Canes clock the 6-5 Roberts drove ;Mike Hartmann hit 11 pointsfor For Trenton file an entry, and since then ,
KEY Cedar close to forty drivers have en-
CEDAR Key his scoring. Wilt got seven bas- losing Indians.
_ _ the !locals and Bill Boaz
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held a slight lead most of the kets in the final period as the tered the list, many of them

way Friday night in downing Warriors turned things into a Williston's girls won the prelim had 10. Young and Frank I NEWBERRY Center Hoi- with the latest and fastest 1961
Red-Hot
42-27 as Sheila Griffith PerryTrips Wright both had nine points for
Bronson, 45-40, for the Sharks' rout ton Browning fired 30 points equipment.
Ann Carter led the the visitors.
and
Mary and
hauled down 31 rebounds
10th stright victory of the sea- Among them are Iggy Kato- ,

son. scoring. 8-8 Tie here Friday night to lead Trenton na (Ford), Willis, Mich; Dick

Yonge WILLISTOV Head. e-8-2j B. Mitchell Santa Fefor The two Sunshine Conference : to an 81-43 romp over rival Freeman of Dayton, Ohio (Mercury -
Guards Ricky Turner of Cedar 4-0-8 D.
2-3-7; Standridge. teams fumbled to an 8-8 tie in Newberry. ); Jim Cushman, Columbus -
Mitchell. 2-2-6S Grtrita. 6-1-13; Hobby.
Bron
and Horace of
Key Moody 2-1-5. Totals. 16941.CHIEFIAND . the first quarter. The Bucs opened Trenton jumped off to a Ohio (Plymouth); Keith
the 2-7-11J
son staged a duel throughout ParneH. 5-2-12-Tremblay.Beauchamp.1-0-2 Mat. up a sevenpoint lead in gigantic 18-3 first quarter lead Ploughe, Indianapolis, I nd.,

contest.and Turner finished with 23 Falls 34-7.thews.Totals.1-4-6 Corbin.13-14-40.' 1-0-2 Webster ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGSA the Bulldogs.. Perry shot a the second period but the and coasted the rest of the way ([(Ford); Paul Parks, Columbus -
points Monday bagged a
Score hy quarter: red hot Perry basketball blazing '56 per cent for the 'Canes rallied to close the gap io victory. (Ford); Clyde Parker, De-
of 25. 12 6 4-41
high 13
Wffliston
game Dhlefland -11 10 2 M 3-40 team raced off to an 8-0 lead game. to 24-22 as the half ended. Buddy Vickers and Danny troit, Mich., (Chevrolet); Bob

Moody scored 17 of Bronson's : Officials: Nix and ():)laon.Baldirtg. and went on to down Santa ,Fe, 29-18 Lead 'Canes fell behind by five in Wilson backed Browning's performance Duel, Jamestown, N.Y.,

19 points in the first half, all on 55-53 67-55, here Friday night. Perry had a 29-18 halftime the third period but caughtfire with 12 points apiece. ([Ford); Elmer Musgrave, Des

long bombs from the outside. The largest crowd in Santa lead and moved far in front in and trailed only 34-32 as Terrell Bass paced Newberry' Plain, ILL., (Mecury); Dick

Fe history overflowed the the final period. Santa Fe madea ,the final quarter got under with 15, followed by Larry Dalton Hutcherson, Keokuk, Iowa, !

Cedar Key held a naroow 22- South Sumter took a five Tied small Rebel gym for the con- stout rally, using an a II- with 11 and Tommy Farns- (Ford); Ernie Derr, Keokuk,
Lema way.With I
19 advantage at halftime and point lead into halftime and test which matched the Taylor court press, and chopped the 1:50 left, Bill Keeter worth, 10. Iowa, (Plymouth); Eddie Mey

then pushed it,to 35-28 after parlayed into a 55-53 basketball PEBBLE BEACH,Calif. (AP) Co. five. (8-1)J against San lead to'eight at one point but sent the home town rooters The Newberry girls tri ers, Glenview, Ill., (Ford);

three quarters victory over P. K. Yonge Canadian Al Balding and Californian ta Fe (10-11)). ran out of steam. hurly-burly with a 15-foot jump umphed over Trenton, 28-18, ina Paul Clark, Mansfield, Ohio, 4

The Cedar Key girls were also Friday night. Tony Lema each stum- Th win by Perry was its se- Richard demons led Santa shot that gave the 'Canes the preliminary game. (Pontiac) and many others.- ,

Victorious! in a preliminary The win pushed South Sum- bled to double bogeys on the cond over the Rebels who have Fe with 19 points and Laroy lead for the first time since TRENTON Wilson. C-0-12 Slaughtter. e

game, 42-17 over the Bronson ter's record to 6-7, and drop treacherous 17th hole at Pebble not lost to anyone else. The Paulson had 13. Trailing Lamb the game's early moments at 34-1: Watson. 1-0-2; Browning;

girls. Evelyn Wallrath was high ped PKY to 6-4. Beach Saturday to tie at 208 for first meeting went to Perry, were Jimmy Lewis with 13 44-43. Germany.13-4-30: smith.32-4 4lThomas.Vickers.:: 5-2-12.; 14W CUf-; Indians, Bow !

foV the winners with 16 points. Chic Hinton and Covey John the third round lead in Bing 45-43. points and Bobby Engle with 12. Last Shot ton. 1-4-2-

AAD: Agate ston paced the PKY attack with Crosby's $60,000 golf tourna-I Walt Lamb had a hot hand Santa Fe returns to action With a minute of regulation 4-3-llt NE52LRY-Baas.Marlowe. 1-2-4; 0-1-1 HarrIs: Dalton.i2' To St. JoeST.

14 and 12 points, respectively. ment. with 28 points to show the way next Tuesday in a home game time left, the Hurricanes hungon T. Bass. 6-3-19; Farnsworth. .
C&DAR KEY Hatbcocks "-V,,' B.righter. _ _ _ _ _ Score:: bjr quarters:
2-2-C; Turner.7i: beck Ronnie Greer added 11. with P. K. Yonge. for the last shot. But just as Trenton _. 18 24 11 18-81 AUGUSTINE St. Joseph's -
uTr. 2-1-5 Smith. 3-34. The turnabout by South Sum- The reserve fray went to the in the overtime, their plans Newberry 3 12 13 13 43
B' ONSON-IL Moody. 11-3-23, : Sctoos- ScoresLocal jumped off to a big earljr
.-\'. 4-14; Griffin. 1-0-2 Cobb. 0-4-4. ter came as a surprise to the Friday Night Cage Rebels by a 37-29 margin. An- were foiled and they couldn't lead and went on to down Ify-
Score by quarters: Blue Wave which only a week Strickland led the winners the shot off. This Bower Ninth
Cedar Key 11 11 1 1043Broon dy manage to get stone Heights, 67-31, in a bas>at-
9 10 u-tO handled the Rebels TUusviUe 57. Melbourne 51 fatal
- ago easilyon with 14 points.PERRYLamb.. forced them into the over- '
ball encounter here Fr'Jay'
Daytona Beach.Mainland 50. OilS 4t Tavares *4. Grovelaod 59 In
their own floor, 65-55. South (overtime) Mount Dora 83. Umatilla 45 1328: Lewis. 4- time period.In SurpriseLE night. *
Sumter returned the favor Sumter 55. P. K. Yonge 53PerTJ' Satellite Beach 52. Eau Game 33
South 5-13: Sealey. 0-0-0; Shaw. 3-1-7 the second of two preliminary -
Lincoln RipsWilliston (S. Santa Fe 55 Mount Dora Bible 75. Georgia Christian Strickland 3-1-7 Engel. 6-0-1X To- BRASSUS, Switzerland The home five led 27-14 ar
Friday night. Taylor 62, Melrose 50 65 games the Hurricane junior -
Marion 40. Inverness 39 North Marion 40. Inverness 39 tals. 29-9-67. AP-John of Auburn halftime and pulled away in the
North ( ) Bower
Clem' ,
The Blue Wave will try to regain St. Augustine St. Joseph 67; Keystone Plant City 61. Aubumdale 54 SANTA FE-Paulson 6-1-13 -varsity clipped the B u C.W's
Lyman of Long-wood 64. Leesburg 43 ons. 7-5-19; Riviere. 1-1-3; Johnson. Maine, finished a surprisingninth final two periods.
stride when it travels to Heights 41 204.Tota. 54-40. Jack Eckdahl pac-
HoUoway .
V. 22-6 Buck. 4-2-10
Monticello 59 Fort Pierce 66. Vero Beach 41 led St.
60.
Cross City Jimmy Taylor Joseph'swith
Santa Fe Tuesday night. PKY Lake Butler 43. Orange Park 34 Lake Wales 76 Mulberry 63 .. 221155. ed the winners with 16 points Saturday in an international
I will be at home next Friday in Hawthrne 50. Bell 42 Orlando Colonial 67. Sanford 57 Score by quarters, : II 1 23 16-67 with 18 and Nordic ski meet held as a pre- 29 points and Danny Cold
New Perry Jeff King ,
Chieflamd 40 (overtime) Port Riche 59. Crystal River 57 while ,
I Lincoln used a balanced scoring -a game against Green Cove Cedar Williston Key 41.45. Bronson 40 Honda Central Academy 90. Mont- Santa Fe I and 10 H Basr.23-55 Chris Wey with 16 led the los- view to the Olympics.This had 18. Gary Gooper hit 12 for
Btoodswortb
verde 57PensacoLa Officials:
attack Friday night to is an event includingboth Keystone and Johnny Thies
J Springs.The OTHERSOrlando High 79. Panama city Bay ,
completely outclass, Williston Blue Wave won the B S. ers.The lost its jumping and a 15-kilometer added 10.
Orlando Oak Pensacola Escambia GHS B team ,
60. 41. Choctawat-
Vocational, 79-29, in a basketball Edgewater chee 39Peaucola Cross City cross country race usually The B team game went to St.Joseph's .
I game, 47-29, behind the 11-poinl RIde 51 contest to the! GHS Wheel Club, I
Callahan 4* Tate 68. Crestvlew 29-9
'44 by
Father Lopez 66. a margin.
dominated Russia and the
game. shooting of Merrell Tyre and DeLand 57. Klsslmmee 29 Marianna 76. Pensacola Tech 61 Wins Behind 36-25. by
Norman Anderson paced Lin- Ronnie Rogers.P. Wildwood 55. Winter Garden Lakevlew DeFualak Springs Walton 76. Pensa Scandinavian countries.The .

:. con with 18 points, followed by K. YONGE Jo3nson.12. Eustls 42 57. Clermont 40 Milton cola Catholic 5&. Jay 50 58 Bennett's 33 MAINLAND, Young.>- Roberts.3-3-9 10-5-2S Fox. 0-1-lj Kel.lam Soviet Union won both the HatvthorneWins
and Alfred Gre<<. 4-M1 Hinton. 6-214: Stearn- Lake Weir 4S Ponce de Leon 'U Century 67 3-0-6:
Johnson with 11 St. Cloud 51. 6mhb. and
Frank
| .. Wright 33j Shreve. 0-0-0; jumping cross country
es. 2-3-7; Feaster. 1-0-2; TruJIDo. Tampa Jefferson 53. Winter Haven 50 Bethlehem 4*. Allentown '44 t .
k Foreman with 10. 14.SOUTH Hames City 65. Dade City 54 Niceville 46. BakerChat&oboodlee 45 CROSS CITY Dennis Ben 0-0-0. Totals 191240.GAHqESvUIE -' Hartman. 9-141 events but the combined championship 50-42

t T. V. Hunter led Williston Donate. 3-4-10 Stn.rrER-L.; L. Smith.Smith.X2-C; 5-5-14 Scott. Orlando Orlando: Evans Basbo: p 50.Moor Winter Park 55 Orlando 47 Freeport 66. Chumuckla Cl. Btountstowa 49 91 nett pumped in 33 points here Martin.: 1-3-9; Watt. 9-4-14 Welsch. 2- went to a 25-year old ,

: with 11.Lincoln. 1-0-J Score: Miles.by quarters 7-1-15;: Barnes. 3-1-7. Palatka Boone 54 40. Ocala 38Plerson Malone Greensboro 66. Cottondale 55. Bristol 36 50 Friday night to carry Cross 0-4.0-0-0.Keeter.Totals.24-1 18-12-48.; Boaz. 3-i-10 Job. Swiss typesetter, Alois Kaelin, Over Bell '

I jumped t'ff to an overwhelming South Sumter 15 12 14 14-Ml 62. Melrose 50 Laurel Hill 59. Poplar Springs 37 City to a thrilling 60-59 victoryover Score by quarters: who compiled the best score for '!
_,
P. K. Yonge 12 10 15 1C-33 Port SL Joe 58. Quincy 47 Mainland 8 M 10 12 4-CO
I, 20-3 lead at the end Dothao. Ala. 65. Panama City }tU ler. Monticello. GaInesville a 14 10 14 2-48 the two tough tests.upppiz,4.p BELL Hawthorne's Horn.
.
of the first period and was fordSi Cross City held a. five point Officials Worie and Fort. ets broke open a tight game in

never threatened. The winners Altha CampbeUton 53. Sopchoppy U.:: Sneads 50 72 lead with only 40 second remaining the final period and went on to

outscored Williston, 16-1, in Jax Havana Kenny 67.67.Greenwood Savannah 60 Benedictine 62 when Monticello got a 50-42 basketball triumph over

the third quarter. Jax Parker 71. Jax Beach Fletcher 53 hot and connected on,two quick Bell here last night.

LINCOLN Anderson.Foreman "2-11 W10; Mills.: T, Jax Jax Paxon Ribault 65.52.Jax Jax duPont*'Direct 47 49 baskets to pull within one point The score was deadlocked at

Johnson.1-3-3; .Toombs.2-7-112 4-04; Cason 2-0-4; Session Jax Jax Bolles Lee 45.62.Jax Fernandina Jackson Beach 60 David Odom led the losers 24-all at halftime. Hawthorneled

144;"-0.2 WUIUnM.: --2-0-4. 2-1-5 Young.H. Johnson 3-1-7. Clay County 52. Lake City; _48'44 with 23 points. Monticello hada only 31-33 starting the last I'
WiUUton Voc.aUODal-D.wlOi. 1-0-2 Jasper 60. Greenville 47 33-32 advantage at half-
Tallahassee Leon slight quarter.
.. 5-1-11 Terrell. 46. Florida High Tal
Patterson. 1. : Hunter. : lahauee
42 time. Glass and Dexter Bender
0-1-1 Young 2-3-7. Baldwin 55. Mavclenny '44Daytona Roger
Score by quarters: Seabreexe 68. Cross City also won the B ; the Hornets'
Lincoln __ 20 23 16 16-79WillisUm Tampa Plant 40 'paced attack
3 11 1 9-29! Fort Mayo Myers 55. Fort 68.Wait Kentucky:30 Military 17 game, 36-21, over the Monticello 1 .. jr12 H with 13 and 11 points, respect-

Palmetto 64. Sarasota Mooney 45 Bees. ively. Lynn Hill hit 15 for the
I St. Petersburg Boca Ciega 61. Largo 55 B . ..t.. 14-S-33
CROSS CITY -
dearwater 70. Dunedia 57 In LL losing Bulldogs.
Dodd 4-2-11; Land. 1-0-2: Keller. 2-0-4 '
St. Petersburg
Barry St.
I Perry Nips Northeast S3 72. Petersburg Jones O-l-ll Kilfaan. 50ILMoNnIcE1Lomdioc Hawthorne's girls made it a I
l+lIa dome
St.nole42 Petersburg Dixie follies 17. Seml- 11-123; Hashes. 3-1-7 Hams. 3-1-7; I ; %f'1'1.Jjf sweep with a 41-31 win. Betty

Cotinued from Page 01)) St. Petersburg High 7$. Tarpon Springs Reams 2-0-4. ( Godwin led the victors with 13
I ( 57 Score by quarters -
It 14 **-*
St. Petersburg Glbbs Cross City points.
106. Bartow UnIon
W-5
20 11
the throw-in, drove for the has 53Miami Montkeilo 11 HAWTHORNE Bender. i-I-lli
Beach 77 Coral Gabies 49 FuMx. 2-0-4 Gl.... 5-3-13; Black well.
tl i| ketand made a layup shot to Palm Beach 69. West Palm Beach For- ,3-2-8; Griffin. 3-0-6; GBylaad. 2-1-J.'Totals. .
,"0> est Hill 62 ,' 20-10-50.
/ win. _____ PP1 Riviera Beach 90. Stuart 62 JU Falls I BELL-Williams. 1-0-2; Brown ....
Ricky Turner, Cedar Key'sfloonrnan \ Miami Palmetto 55. Hialeah 52 \5; Bin. -- $; Strickland. 3-2-8
;, "" Everglades 77. Alva 71 i Smith 5-1-11 Slaughter, 2-2-6. Tow
fouled when the
out '
1 Miami Senior 96. Miami Edison 56 MercerMACON .. 18-8-42.
h To
Sharks had their 10-point lead .'f.t.V. B. T. Washington 62. Anderson 43 r4 -- Score by quarters:
Coral Park 35. Miami Central -B- 34 1 - Hawthorne __ 11 13 M 16 59
and Perry started its come- : 3 Fort Pierce McCarty 66. Vero Beach 41 Ga. (AP) ,- The'favored Ben _n__.___ 13 11 9 9 4*
Lake Placid 66. Ctewisto 64 - *
i1 ? Officials t Qniacy and MeuriottSwisliers
back. :; > Fort Lauderdale ftraaahaa 42. Fart Jacksonville University .

Cedar Key using an all-court BelIeG1&de54.Pabokee4tLa.S&IJe Lauderdale 39 basketball squad was upset 89-76 _,Qz' 1.'f p 4 '.. ,-' .2

press all the. way, broke loose 41. Pis Crest 39 Friday night when the sharp- - a .. 1i ,
Miami St. Patrick 98. Miami Christian
from a 2>24 halftime deficit to 45 shooting Mercer Bears placed
;, build a &S-3tJead going into the Delray Beach 75. Lake Worth 57 Lakers Win
Miami Curley 64. South Dade 58 five players in double figures.
last period. But Perry finished Okeechobee 52. Scoring 44 The Bears hit on 48.5 per cent
strong for itS 10th'win in 11 tries. Riviera Beach Ltncohi 65. North Dade Swishers beat Colts 39 -29
41 the field.
of their shots from
Cedar Key also is 10-L Pompano Beach 57. North Miami 56 and Lakers topped Hawks 55 -
hit for
r Walt,Lamb led Perry with 25 Wauchula 57. Bartow 52 Four Mercer players 27 in Senior League basketball
c Ocoe 7*. Florida Air 64 and another went for '
points and Turner had 23 J.-Jer C.Uegs 17 ,points j ; : '- games at the Boys' Club.
I St. Leo 100. Gnlfcoast 86
( and Jerry Beckham 20 for : St. Petersburg 109 Florida Christian KCOLLECT 10.The Tommy Thomas led Swisherswithl9pointsandJohn
Jacksonville squad was
at the Carr
i Cedar Key. Perry won
free throw line with 23 charity r '. i- led by Ralph Tiner who bad 28 had 12. David Johnson made

Syracuse 84. Pea State 82 points. Larry Woodrow: chalked .
tosses to_ 12 for Cedar Key. Princeton 87. Cornell 82 18 for Colts.Coolidge
Pena 67. Columbia 58 up 24 and Dick Pruet accounted, Gassett hit 20 and
i' PERRY Lamb. *S3; Lew1I. S St. MichaelVX 14. New Hnup&hue HMIT -
'" ..; _Haley. 1-0-2; Shaw. 44; &r ekU -i TO. Kings Point 59 ror13. David Bronson 12 for Lakers.

.d.. 44- Bu'U 2-1-9. Totals. 19XSC1. Scores for Wave Georgia Kan. St.59.t%.Florida Peru National 57 68 The.Bears. trailed in the early Scores for Bucs Robert Harms and Ernie Windsor

CEDAR' KEY Hatheox. 1-0-2: So. Dakota 61. No. Dakota State. M stages of the game, but took ov- each had 10 for Hawks.

dauxhter.er. --23::1..2. Beckham.; Brown 93-30 1-2.2a Smith.Turn The' ball's not visible but Covey Johnston :(22) UCLA. 84.St. Stanford 61. Washington 71Wash. 51 er in the second quarter and Mike Kellam (45) lays in a backhand layup for Cadet League frays found

F I 4-3-11.SCOT Totals.by, quarters 24-13-eO.: has just laid in a basket for P. K. Yonge. But th/i California CoL St. U.65.93.So.Regis Calif.61 64 were never beaded.Jacksonville Daytona Beach Mainland in the game with GHS Moose beating First Federal 8-

T Perry 13 12 9 27-41 Blue Wave bowed to South Sumter Friday night. Oregon 47. Oregon State. 45 ,' is 6for the sea.. Friday night. The Bucs won in overtime, 5048. (Sun 0 and Denny Concrete topping

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I II I New Vnrk mtmrs ordered him to come to terms astonishment and consternation lose money in St. Louis-it was new owners. However, Finle) .. I
II with Kansas City before Feb. 1 permission was refused and he .
I
By ARTHUR DALEY obvious that they were keepingme cannot claim a conspiratorialplot .1
II I o x or risk forfeiture of his fran went broke quickly hi St. Loo' in St. Louis because they invalidating the I
thereby
YORK Not the
NEW even chise. the following season. In his: did not like me personally. By I
I members ,of the Cosa Nostra parallel.
book, "Veeck as in Wreck, I
that time
"There is not the slightest we had enough evidence -
have been more fearful of being he described his ''legal plotting.
chance in the world," said the to establish a prima facie
; hauled into courts of law than Said he: j I
,has organized basebalL The defiant,Finley, "of their taking case of conspiracy, according
I
diamond moguls have avoidedthe away my franchise. I question I "We had half a dozen lawyers! to my legal advice."

,step with such panicky per their authority to keep' me in looking into every possible facet But Veeck loved baseball too FREE TAG? !
I Kansas City'unjustifiably although of it and they prepared a long
; sistency over the years that an : much to sue. He bowed out and
I don't question too legal brief. Boiled down to a
outsider might begin to wonder {the franchise immediately
if much their power to prevent me couple of paragraphs, the brief switched
they were engaged opium to Baltimore under
. smuggling or some such nefar- from moving. If I'm wrong, I'm stated that while the American
r ious undertaking instead of a wrong and there isn't a damn League' was most assuredly a
highly legitimate enterprise.The thing they can do about it." group of men bound by their How Is Your Boat Trailer?
own rules and regulations,
;Cx I III IJ If major and minor leagues Baseball's upper echelon was group of men has the right no to a

have always operated in a wary in discussing the case be- enter into a conspiracy to de- Have It Sand Blasted
J strange sort of shadowland, too fore it is tried. But one impor- liberately bankrupt another
much business to be a sport and tant executive, who didn't wantto man. Before Springby
f too much sport to be a business. be identified, had this to say: "Since it was evident on the '
''
The boundary lines of this "Our lawyers don't think he face of the situation that it was ;

vague and misty empire have l has a chance of winning." to their self-interest to have me GAINESVILLE" GRANITEand
never been legally defined and in Baltimore and against their
II Girls They theorize that no one
Newberry that's the way the baseball fathers sandbagged Finley into buyinga self-interest to have me in St. MARBLE WORKS

t prefer it. They long have franchise. It was a voluntary Louis i.e., they would all 2135 S.E. 4th St. Ph. 376-6151
t The Newberry girls basketball. team has notched several victories to date been wedded to the status quo step that this self-made million- make money in Baltimore, and

l this season. Front row, from left,. are Martha Hodge, Doris Perdue, Diane Rain,- and even have resorted :to appeasement aire took with unrestrained eag- r

Ann Smith, Robin Russell, Glenda Green and Elaine Holder.' Back row, from' on occasions to erness. He bought no pig in a \

left, are Earleen Fowler, Gwen Green, Cherylene Broxton, :Kitty Rutledge, Barb avoid the court test they dread. poke but knew exactly what he FURTHER
But it would they REDUCTIONS
; ra Bass, :Marian Holder and Betsy McElroy. (Sun photo). are in now for it. The seem newest I!was that doing.the He Athletics got no would guarantees bea i

member of their lodge is bigger money maker than the
Charles 0. ("For Owner") Fin- Yankees. Furthermore, he INLFrL
Il Today In San Diego ley, the charming but unpre- agreed to abide by all the rules t
dictable man who is the propri- of the American League beforehe
etor of the Kansas City Athlet-
was accepted into the frater-

II AFL Star Game Set wrangle ics. As for the rental climax with for Kansas his nity.that They agreement believe he's and welshingon that the CLEARANCEHart.

City authorities, Finley announced courts; will uphold them.
that he had signed an
There is no precise parallel .
SAN DIEGO (AP-American. Diego to the Western Division Larry Garron of Boston and agreement to move his fran- in major league history to the '
Football League greats of the crown and had a near-perfect halfback Dick Mathis of New chise to Louisville. The American Finley situation. About a quar- ALL REMAINING
Western and Eastern divisions day Jan. 5 as the Chargers I York. Gilchrist gained 979 yards League met the other day ter of a century ago Gerry Nu
\ meet Sunday in the third annual routed Boston 51-10 in the cham- during regular season play and and voted a denial of the move, gent had run the Phillies into Schaffner SUI' T S STOCK OF
AltStar game at Balboa Stadi- pionship tilt., I.was the AFL's second-ranked. 9tol. the ground and had failed to
"It even sounds like one o!
ball carrier. meet his So the
um.. If Rote falters, West Coach obligations. and
Marx
our losing scores last SWEATERSVESTS
Sid Gillman of San Diego will I year National League repossessedthe ,
Kickoff is at 1:30 p.m. EST, call on Oakland's Cotton Davidson. In the air, the East's main said Finley with a wry grin. franchise, settled his debts
and the game will be televised It was Davidson who threw- threats will be Houston's Charlie "But this means that I'm takingthe and paid him what was left of We have a full range of sizes colors and fabrics.
nationally. A crowd of 27,000 is Hennigan, Bake Turner ,of New matter to court. I have to." the There (1
purchase price. was
for five touchdowns to clinch a
expected.The York and Gino Capelletti of Bos- Not only did me league disallow lawsuit Reg.
no complaint no or
win for the West in the first All-
.
ton.WBA his fait accompli but it also
West All-Stars will be out Star game. He was voted the even a threat of one.
to extend their perfect 2-0 markin game's outstanding player. A decade ago Bill Veeck, a $90.00 $6999
the series. They blitzed the Besides Rote, Gillman will maverick in the Finley mold -
Routine
East 49-27 in the first game and have his entire Charger back- Danger but a sounder operative, was HEAVY
last year put on a second half field available including flanker doublecrossed by the American
rally to win 2114. 1 Lance Alworth halfback Paul League when he sought to move JACKETS ?
Leading the Western squad at Dowe and fullback Keith Lin- the moribund St. Louis Brownie
quarterback again' will be Tobin coln. For Circus Stars franchise to Baltimore. To his GriffonReg. SUITS

Role, the AFL's leading passer Another major threat in the I
and field general. Rote led San West backfield will be Oakland's ROBES
Clem Daniels, the league's leading JACKSONVILLE-Danger. Last year, the "Human Bul-
rusher with 1,098 yards. routine for the stars of Ringling lets" came close to serious in- /RADIATOR .
Now I I East Coach Mike Holovak of Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus jury while performing at the 157.99 I

Clay Boston won't lack big guns on that comes to the Jacksonville Jacksonville Coliseum. As f iQprvirp PontPr $75.00
offense. Coliseum on Jan. 23, fora Mrs.: Zacchini completed her
five-day engagement.Just flight through the air and bounced I
$ It'llBe Buffalo's'' Jack Kemp and Reg.
into the her CLEANING
ays net, husband's I S65.99
Babe Parilli of Boston will share about every circus job
hurling body grazed hers. They $85.00
quarterbacking chore. involves special risks. An elev- REPAIRING
in Five Kemp, although ranked thirdin en-ton silver cannon shoots the appeared to be stunned momen- i
tarily, but fortunately they
AFL passing, was the top Great Edmundo Zacchini and LARGE, SELECTION
did not collide with sufficient
MIAMI BEACH (AP-CassI- passing gainer with 2,914 yardsin his wife through a bright, smo- impact to result in more than "We Rod

us,Clay, emboldened by becom- 1963. ky ball or orange flame and slight bruises. Them Out"
ing 22 years of age and piquedby The East ground game will sends them flying the length of SPORT COATS
Motor Block
: a birthday message from rely mostly on fullback Cookie the arena to land safely in a Signor Zacchini, a former University -
Gilchrist of Buffalo, fullback net. of Iowa gymnastic Flushed
Sonny Liston, has decided that i
he!.will knock out the heavyweIght champion says, "It's as good a I We Pick-up & Deliver S4899
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champion in five rounds. 599565.00 <
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The occasion for the announce-- day." RADIATOR SHOP i

ment was a birthday party Fri- Evening performances are $3499
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day where Clay received a 25- ,ChampionshiRBoutLOUISVILLE scheduled for Jan. 23, 24, 25 Regular $45.00 .
pound cake and this message - and 27 at 8. Matinees, with Cr Battery
from Liston: (AP) The the title. tickets half price for children, I j
World Boxing Association's Executive The WBA's top ,challenger is will be held,Friday, Jan. 24, at Service S2 999 SPORT
It's{ good you are having Committee approved Ernesto Miranda of Argentina.The 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 25, at I Regular $39.95 }
your birthday early. I have a Saturday a flyweight title match match was postponed 2:30: p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 26 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
gift for you, but I'll wait until between champion Hiroyuki Ebi- from: Saturday night'in an effortto at 5 p.m. The 1 p.m. matineeon FR 2-8581 S2699 SHIRTS :
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That's the date of their heavy- Jan. 23 at Bangkok providedthe
round of their previous meeting.The ENTIRE STOCK
weight title match. winner meets the No. 1 con committee denied an OPEN FOR BUSINESS- SELECT CROUP SLIP-ON
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tender within six months after for LONG SLEEVE
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rounds, said: "Liston's talking The committee,previously had between Carlos Ortiz, E.. E. ,Stanley FLORSHEIMVALUES In Regular And
lightweight champion of Puerto
; too much. I'll cut it to five. denied approval for the bout, s and-
Rico and
Flash Elorde, junior
mainly because of the,WBA.s F Button-Down Collars
Michigan lightweight[ champion of the Breedlove
Tops Ray
stipulation against return bout
Philippines, scheduled for Feb-
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Associated Press Writer The committee said that the
Sports Executive Committee approveda .
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Third-ranked Michigan bounced rules since a champion can de- tween Ortiz-and No. $90
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Ohio State out of a share of the fend his title among any of the Kenny Lie of Muskegon, Mich.to i
Big Ten Basketball lead with an first six contenders within six system. OFFONE
be held April 4 in Puerto Ri
easy 82-64 victory Saturday.The months after he wins the crown, co. The contract prohibited Or- GATOR TUNE-UP & AIR CONDITIONING !
Wolverines remain in a but must meet the No. 1 con- Main 376-0797
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: at the Gainesville High School Each of the coaches will lecture Florida's Greatest Bull Sale. BLOUSES DRESSES 1
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ball mentor, said top high Information will be sent ,to 75 Angus Bulls _,' 7, I
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t head the program. said.throughout A fee of the$1 state will,be Niblack charged 1 Brahman Bull :.T; ,

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Sfarke; Jack Taylor, Jacksonville "When we, go, to clinics featuring -_
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INNSBRUCK, Austria, (AP- able to start training on Mount; Jean Saubert of Lakeview, Ore.| f*,,

i Organizers of the 1964 Winter Hoadl, in the Lizum Valley, on who has emerged as one of the" "

SPITTAL, Austria (AP- ,confined to her hotel room by lent condition, fast and grippy. Olympics said Saturday ,night Jan. 26.Spiess. world's top skiers in pre-olympieZ.

France dominated the interna- the American coach, Marvin Miss Goetschel spaid over the that all Alpine ski training will competition now are at Spitta -
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:Melville of Salt Lake 2,740-foot course with its 1,082- said that the slalom
tional Goldeck Women's giant City. be held on schedule, beginningnext Austria.
foot In minute 10.90 runs now are ready and training .
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slalom ski race Saturday after "She nearly fainted, Melville drop seconds week despite the lack of **-
illness sidelined the top U.S. ;said. "She must have 'eaten to beat out her teammate, BY JACK HARRISM. snow. can begin there Wednesdaywhen Innsbruck remained in brillan ,.. .

star, Jean Saubert of Lakeview, .something that didn't agree with Madeleine Bochatay, clocked in the first Alpine teams ar. sunshine Saturday as it has fop _
Ore. her. If she isn't back on her feet 1:11.71. K. Forehand, a gentleman Bowlers notes: Feb. 29 and There had been fears that rive. weeks. But below freezing temperatures "

However, two American girls tonight, I won't let her race to- Traudl Hecher of Austria was who has been on the bowl March 1 the Gainesville Wom training might have to be post- The men's downhill stars and the prospect of a* .

finished'in' the top 10 of the pre- :morrow." third in 1:11.88, with another ing scene for a long time, had en's Bowling Association will poned because the entire Olympic this are continued cold spell rassurecd '
competing weekend at Ma-
Olympic test won by 19-year-old The slalom !is scheduled Sun- French lass, the powerfullybuiltAnnie one of his greatest thrills Wed- hold its annual City Tourna- Games area has had no appreciable -donna di' Campiglio. in the Olympic organizers thaI: .,

Marlelle Goitschel of France. I day in this final internationaltest Famose, fourth in 1:12.31, nesday night in the Night Owl ment at Palm. Lanes. Atten- snowfall for. seven, where there is Italy, their preparations of the course-"-

Joan Hannah of Franconia, before the skiers move to and Christl Haas of Austria fifth League when he rolled a fine tion men: They' need score weeks. amount.of an adequate. 1 would not be endangered by dT::

N.Y., was sixth and Linda Mey- Innsbruck, Austria, for the Winter in 11298. 633 series. keepers for this tournament. snow. thaw -,al least for the next few ;
of Calif. 10th. Olympic Games startingJan. Miss Hannah next in Volunteer now. At a press conference,.Hubert' The ==?
ers Bishop, came Forehand feels like he was women stars Including days..
Miss Saubert, the 21-year-old 29.Saturday's. 1:13.64, followed by Christine lucky in shooting his fine set. Joe Sommese, New York Life Spiess, head of the Alpine organizing '.
Oregon State student who has giant slalom was Goeschel of France, Maria Nutt- Insurance is donating committee, said: .rar
but there had to be some skill Agent ,
been oustanding in the European staged near the top of Goldeck Jahn of Austria, Astrid Sandvik 200 to the distaff's All -
involved.M. score pins our plans are,working out
Alpine campaign so far this Mountain, rising nearly 7,000 of Norway and Miss Meyers. and .220 score pins to the male on schedule and there will be I :

year said she felt dizzy and sick feet The day was brilliantly Miss Meyers was timed in K. enjoys bowling becauseit bowlers. absolutely .no delays." OPPORTUNITY
when she awakened. She was sunny with the course in excel- 1:14.22. helps to relax him and it is
i The AJBC bowlers will be
i the only recreation and exercise Spiess said that the men's
III traveling to Jacksonville for a
he claims to get. return match with the Beach downhill stars can start trainingas

I j Celtic Owner Burned fp'BOSTON wards'Forehand Building, employed Supply by Co.Ed,, Bowl AJBC team. scheduled on Friday. One of Gainesville's best..,located' service station facilitiesoutstandingpoteiltiol

-- During the past two weeks, ' .
holds a high game of 245 and Scores '
(AP-Boston Celtics minutes Friday, discussing a Brown said, still fuming, as the averages in the 170s Here's to High hundreds of soldiers and civil- ,for the right man-open .

Walter Brown he two emerged from the office. Millard. ians have been handpackingthe .
owner says threatened walkout by playersat higher scores, Millard
Scores
High : Fore-
Olympic runs with and doing business= financial: I assistance i available.
action snow .I
disciplinary "Nothing has Hein ;
plans no changed.
Tuesday night's National Ba hand of Holiday Inn led scor- > > ,: . .**>
against Tommy Heinsohn, but sohn didn't tell me anything I Hats OffMrs. this week with fine 633 trucked in from nearby valleys.
he adds that he's still plenty ketball Association All Star didn't already know. ing series. Max Petzold a followed Three hundred additional soldiers -; Our dealers know of this ad and all replies will be -

burned up at his star player. game in Boston. The game was "I'm burned up and I'm sore Dean Yaun is our distaff with a 626 set, Whitey Seifertof have been called to Inns- ..

The two were closeted in some 10 minutes late starting."I about it." of the week. She is your Wise's Drug Store rolled a bruck to assist the 2,200 already held in strict confidence. : : '

Brown's private office for 25 have nothing to say," Heinsohn, president of the Secretary-Treasure Women's o! the Associa-Gainesville 625 series, Elmer Broadwell working, Spiess said. I

Players Association which is City had a 624 set, Joe Sommese As a consequence, the men's
to action tion. came through with a 619 set downhill WRITE: P. O. BOX 379
Culbertson Leads FSU trying get league on a run on Mount Patscher-

pension plan, told newsmen the Dean has been bowling three and Ray Allen rolled a 608 com- kofel, south of Innsbruck, is in GAINESVILLE; FLA.

I strike threat-which came just years and has a high gameof bination. good shape. Similarly, the

Gymnastics Win Over UF before game time-was directedat 175 with a top set of 445. John Culpepper of Gate City world's top women skiers will be

\ the league, not at Brown] She presently bowls in two lea- led the Rebel ,Lanes Classic J

gues and has had a, high aver- with a 784 four ret with gamesof
Jon Culbertson, a candidatefor He was best In rope 'climb,, personally.Not of 133. 200186236162. Gold Coast
I the 1964 United free exercise, sidehorse. parallel Personal age ..
a spot on of the Rest had high series of 2229
The Yauns are one "
"My meeting with Mr. Brown
States Olympic team in gym- bars, long horse and high .few bowling families. Husband on games of 535-554-558-582. ire, I Have ..
just now was to let him know
bar and second in ,
nastics, showed why yesterdayas was rings. Gwen Dulaney of Gold Coast
Bud bowls in the Commercial
Florida State's GymnasticsClub Culbertson, a research assistant this is certainly not a personal UCWL with / -
Rest paced the an L
League and Richard and Nancy Enough Money E '
he said. "He :
thing has
always
topped Florida's, 7157. at FSU in biology is recovering outstanding 566 set,. Pat Brown-
bowl in the AJBC Program. Ri-
been fair to me and all the r
from dislocated fracture very
Culbertson, twice a memberof a sword rolled 529 with a 218
chard has won several AJBC
team. And he's In the Bank ,
of his right ankle. The injury players on our --
Illinois' NCAA championteam awards. It will be a few years high game Ann Marchak of Ru-
and a participant in the may hamper his bid, this year gone out on a limb for our before their other boy will be therfords had a 527 set, Bette

World Games at Prague in I i for a berth on the U. S. team for group." able to participate in the favorite -Sprow, Coca Cola, had 'a 520 I To Cover

1962, won six first places and the Olympics. An infuriated Brown called American pastime.Mrs. series, a 510 set was rolled by
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one second in the eight events. : Results: Heinsohn "the No. 1 heel in my Yaun is past secretaryof Fran Taylor of Brown's Texaco ThatCheck." ', "

Rope climb Culbertson long association with sports"Thursday the UCWL. She says, "I en- Nita Thomas of University -

Mitch Weinstock, FSU; Bill] night He said, how- joy bowling because I like to Inn had a 508 set, Trudy
ever, after the talk with Hein-- had 503 First Federal's Liz
Cage Bell, FSU. bowl with my friends. t
sohn that he plans no fine nor Elleman shot a 502 set, and

Free exercise Culbertson,, punitive action. GetWell Betty Olson of Holiday Inn hada ., ,
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FSU.Sidehorse my players to treat me," Brown Get well department: Barbara League leading Mary Lee's :; ( 1 ;; : ,.

HIGH SCHOOL Culbertson, Bob, said of the delayed All Star Strickland secretary of Beauty Salon had high set 'L'< ;1'.

OalnerrtH Perry Cl. Cedar 59. Ocala Key 47 60 Harwood, UF; Jack Morgan, game. "My first obligation is to the Florida National Bank' Cof- of 2158 in the Friday Night 1':"" .... '.:<

Lake Butler 3$. BraDford 32 those people up in the seats.". fee League is in the Alachua Mixed League, Bill Lyons Sun- 4 W1. .' ,'
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Cross Hawthorne City 53.49. Uve Yulee Oak 4*51 (overtime) The players decided to play General Hospital.Congratulations. oco had top game of 773. Bob I ;' >.l- : .
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Jax Jennings Lee 73.53.Jax Bell Beach 41 Fletcher 64Jax Rings Bill Kelly, UF; Cul the game after NBA President) to: Bernice Glafcke paced the men with a ": .

Rlbault 59. Jax Dupont :94 (ot> bertson, Harwood UF., J. Walter Kennedy promised I Carter daytime ',waitress at, 572 set with games of 147 208- ; .:
Jax: Parker 76. ,Enxlewood 54 ,... ; ... I 225'was .
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Jax: Forrest 79. Lake City 58 Parallel bars Culbertson them that the pension plan: Palm Lanes, is a grandmother Marc 1 / M : fa : J' f'
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Jax Paxon 93. Jax Boltes 45 would receive action this spring.I to a seven-pound boy. high game. .; Ii.-;" '
Tavarei &0. Ocoe 46 Charley Salomon, UF; Morgan, 4
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6t. Augustine 79. St. Aqustifte, St. 30e ..
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Palatka 73. Green Cove Spring MMaccleony .'
54. Orange Park 47 Long horse Culbertson, Bil l "
Daytona abreez. 71. Plant City 62 "
Tampa MHlsborourt 75. SC Peter- Davis, FSU; Morgan UF. II
bun Dixie Hollta 6? High bar -Culbertson, Charley ,S I.j; But Have
6t. Petersburg Bishop Barry 69. St. V '"
Uetenburc Farrafut 58 Dean, FSU; Jim Goodman!
St. Petersburg Hltfh' 55. Sarasota Hl JiZephyrhllls r t +Jr t, 7,1I
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55. Dade CUT Pasco 43: Tumbling Bremman, UF;; 1 1k;
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Gorda 65
Punt
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Cardinal Gibbon 80. Pine Crest 54 Bob Granling, FSU; Bert Nor IXVSkb I hJ SU ,;! "f ..-
Key West 68. H1aleelt 64 ; f ,
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Miami Hlgto 95. Sou* Dade 41 gorlem, UF. -
Miami Beach 82. Smrttiwest 71 *

Fort North Lauderdale Miami 78.61 Edison. MHml 70 Northeast ; ;. e- ,

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Columbus 62. Miami Curie .
Riviera 80. Cardinal Newman 63: 1" Ir ..." '. .""..
Jupiter 77. Andrew. 35
Carol City 6*. Miami Chrirtlan 21 49-48 II r
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PeterstouTf J.C. 74. Florida Military YOURCHOICESALEmr I lit

College 70 YULEE Hawthorne fough .. 4' : '" .. .
Manatee J. C. 77. nuifervatt 57 ;:
COLLEGES from far back to gain a 49.4basketball -,. .
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flutnppl 77. M -'"oi State 75 '
OTHFRSMrtaU The invading Hornets trailed '
'' eh 90. North Carolina 88 "l: :
(''t oTertim) 31-23 at halftime before starting ,* .
MMii""n n. OMo cat.t. 64 their rally that paid off with 2 .... .}A" r "
TMtMiurr 92. Wet' Virginia 78 ; '"
) Purdue90.. Iowa 75 : ftttl lt, ... "if"" "' 4'
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:Wichita Minnrota 8S.75.North Noi Texas*+iwe* ern 70 74 45 seconds to go Hawthorne %j| ,:; ;ii\: .

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Connecticut 43. Rhode I"and 41 c. i : .
Columbia 69. Prlrw o 66 free throw and held on .r. riwvi '. :;., ; '. ..-
Notre Dame 9S. Michigan State 80CM Billy Griffin hit 18 points anc! <%- ,% ." '
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Jan. 15 ., driving while intoxicated, wilful and wanton; Jerry BUILDING PERMITS '

Reports Higher Assets Judge Ira Carter presiding probation, traffic school and Marshall Route 2, beating mo- City

Increase Fined Frederic Joel $50 costs. tel bill; Willie D. Miller, 318 Mary S. Phillips, 1011 13-15.

Blotcher, 1808 NW 9th St., Estreated the bonds of GeorgeH. NW 4th Place, worthless check; 17 W. University Ave., construct -
I The assets of Guaranty Federal blamed the increase on the "ec- $258,156 based, on .a dividend I Retail sales in Alachua County speeding, $20 or five days; Elijah Spence, Omaha, Neb., speedtoo Lawrence Roberts, Brooker, business, $72,000.W. .

I Savings and Loan Association -onomic prosperity" of the local rate of four and a half percent during November climbed t Brown, Archer no valid: great for conditions $35; withholding support; John S. P. Ridgewayr 1411 NW

. 1 grew 28.77 per cent to.a. community. in 1963.Because $1.5 million in November overm drivers license $25 or five Robert L. Turner, Beaumont, Simmons, 3525 SE 18th Ave., 31st Drive construct residence,
i total of $8.4 million during the Thomas 'said also that sav month days; Robias Pharr McIntosh, Texas, reckless driving, $35; worthless check; Robert T. $16,000.
the
: last year stockholders were ings had grown $1.5 million to of the increase I same a year earlier.1433 NW 23rd St., no valid dri- Noel Eugene Wells, Universityof Thomas 918 NW 40th Ave., Maggie Hall 425 SE 14th St.,
: told Wednesday. an all-time high of $7 million. savings at the institution, Thomas , They totaled $11.8 in Novem vers license, $20 or five Florida, speeding $35; Joseph worthless check; Robert T. construct residence, $2,300.

1 And he said the'associat Ion told the stockholders that, ber, 1963. days; Ruth Taylor Ml- Williams, Hawthorne, Thomas, no address listed Stringfellow Brothers Trust,

Leo J. Thomas; president, paid a record total dividend aNEW housing and home financing They increased in all other' zelle Brooker, no valid drivers -speeding, $35; Moses Wilson, no worthless check; I 522 N. Main St., remodel' busi-
t license $20 costs Donald II ness, $2,800."H" .
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grow substantially counties in the area except Union Edward Nunneker, Pompano Henry Latson, no address Deferred the sentences of i Inc., 212 SE 1st St., re-

YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, JAN. 17 1964. County.In Beach, failure to dim lights, listed, no valid drivers license, Andrew Walker, 1318 SE 7th. model business, $2,000.

_' evi, ...., l.riTtw All the association's directors Union $20 or five days; William $35; Cecilia Cohen, Roslin Ave., withholding support; Edgar Ehrig, 213 NW 34th
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." County they dropped Townes Nelson, Brooker, no Buddy Smith Kincade Road, Ter., repair residence, $275.
High Low Close Net Chg. were continued in office. And 15.8 per cent from $263,723 to Heights, N.Y., reckless dri- operating boat
valid drivers license $20 or five a without a life- Charles M. McC all
25 Rails . . . 129.11 127.93 128.62 up.17 Comptroller W. N. Robinsonwas $222,142, according to the days; Harvey Stephan Satz, ving, $35; Crawley Lee Ellis saving device and Lawrence R. 504 NW 8th Ave., repair business u m,-
25 Industrials . 7c 4.14 759.88 .82 added to the board. monthly of the Florida Jr., Jacksonville no valid
> 754.53 up report 1499 SW 18th Place, speeding, Haney, 102 SE 10th Place, operating $600.Chandler.
drivers license $35 Henry Es-
I 50 Stocks . '. ., 446.62 441.23 444.25 up .50 Retail Federation. ; a boat without
$20 or five days. ton, Jacksonville, reckless dri- a lifesav- O'Neal, Carlisle

Joins Realty Other area counties: John Forgrave Thorpe St. ving, $35; Rega S. Fakhrae, ing device. and Avera, construct business,

Bradford, up 4.6 per cent to Augustine, reckless driving, Ocala, speeding, $35; Amata T. COURT HOUSE RECORDS $18,000.A. .
I Firm Here $1.15 million. probation of not violating any Gayol, Miami, speeding, $35. 'Marriage License ApplicationsEva W. Fletcher, 804 NW 36th

i I MARKETFLASHES : Clay, up 5.9 per cent to $1.5 laws for 6 months and payment Henry L. Green, 407 SE 12th Lucretra Layne 21, Ala. Drive construct residence, $25-

I . Les Jackson, a Daytona million of $20 costs; Lawrence Trice, Ter., fishing without a license, chua, and Charles Jeffery 000.Madison
J Beach native has been'"named Route 1, reckless driving $20 $25; James M. Hancock, Spell 23, Tampa. Nelson 426 NW 7th

, NEW YORK (AP) Stock week. from what was seen dur- an associate in Ernest Tew Re- -Columbia. up 65.9 per cent, or five days; Jeanette Mark- Ocala, speeding, $35; Ha- Sharion Marie Warren 21, Place repair residence, $1,000.G. .
market trading last week ing most of 1963 and the early alty, 2910 NW 13th St., Tew an- to $4.9 million. ham, 1007 NE 23rd St., fishing rold Hawley, Route 1, fishing Gainesville, and Edward Car- M. Davis Inc., 3806 SW
soared to the greatest total in days of this year. One of the nounced Friday. without a license, $25 or 10 without a license, $25; John rol Rhodes, 21, Gainesville. 6th Place, construct residence,
I' 20 months but prices were, most pronounced and healthiest -Dixie, up 6.9 per cent to days; Noel Eugene Wells, Uni- Henderson Archer no valid Ruby Jean Darling 16, Gain- 20000.
mixed and cross currents pre features of the 1963 bull marketwas He's a graduate of Indi- $516,417. versity of Florida, fishing with- drivers license $35; Herbert esville, and John L. Pin k- Hugh Edwards Inc., 1406 SW

vailed. I the lack of speculative excesses -ana's Taylor University.Tew -Gilchrist, up 16.6 per centto out a license, $25 or 10 days; Leo Hooker 918 NE 18th Ter., ney, 18, Gainesville. 13th St., raze residence $300.

Some, but not all stock which would have put said Jackson has a var- $365,857. SYTlliams Battle, no address speeding, $35; Glenice Lump- Bessie Marie Dees, 50, Bran- addition Alex Green to 3535 NW 7th Pl.,
ket touched mar-I the market' in a more vulnerable ied background that includes listed, assault and battery, kin, Gulfport Miss., speeding, ford, and Leoncedas Lawton carport $500.
averages position." Levy, up .9 per cent to $1.2 $25 or 15 David Irvin Wilbur Reese Micanopy C. A. Cotes 622 SW 27th St.,
peaks as a selection of blue work with co-operative apart- days; $35; Barnett, 57, Branford. repair residence .
chips moved higher. American The speculative activity was ments, acreage and construction million. Doolittle, Ocala" speeding $20 no 'valid drivers license $35; Betty Jean Brown, 31, Gainesville $590.County

Telephone, for instance, ended partly responsible for the rise i finance.He -Marion, up 9.5 per cent to or five days; Thomas J. Dams, Chesley Clinton Roberts, P. and William John Peters, Martin
the week at 144, its highest in volume to 30,598,439 shares I $10.9 million. Jr., reckless driving, wilful 0. Box 138, drunkenness, $35; 31, Gainesville. Ter. Chitty, 2319 SE 45th
price in history, and cheered itsarvly from 27,043,987 the previous lives with his wife and and wanton, $60 or 30 days; Ralph W. Sherwood, Mid- Divorce Suits Filed construct residence $8-
of shareholders.The week. It was the greatest total two-year-old son at 4205 NW -Putnam, up 3.1 per cent to Larry E. Dover, 2223 NW 7th dleton, N. Y., reckless driving, Mildred West Henley vs Thomas 000.Martin I
for since the week ended June 2, 21st Drive. $4 million. Place, reckless driving wilful $35; Susie Smith, 1709 SE 3rd G. Henley., Chitty, 2309 SE 45th
news was not so good Ter., construct residence
$8-
holders of outstanding when 40,563,230 shares changed Ave., drunkenness, $35; and Lowell Leiman W. Batten vs Fran-
many hands. Dukes Lake Butler, reck;; ces G. Batten. 000.Martin
steels motors oils airlines and
G'ville Merchant Chitty 1620 SE 23rd
cigarette stocks. The latter reacted The Dow Jones industrial average Speaks less driving, $35. Fanny Louise Sapp vs Staf- Lane, construct residence, $10-
to the harsh government during the week rose 1.36 Dismissed charges against ford Sapp. 000.
to 775.69. Judith Ann Nelson, 1142 E. Final Divorce
and health.At Decrees
report on smoking 0. H. Breeden, 5307 SE 30th
the same time there was a Of 1,491 issues traded duringthe At New York Retail Panhellenic Drive, no valid Betty Mae Manassa vs Ave., construct residence, $3-
bull market in the stocks of week, however, 670 declined ClinicBy drivers license; Joe Byron I George Manassa.J. .
cigar manufacturers because and 652 advanced.The Richardson, 1524 NW 10th Ave., R. Hooten vs Doris Jean 000.Lawrence Manion 3105 SW
and smoking were Associated Press average I no[ valid drivers license; Fred ]Hooten.
cigar pipe 45th St., park trailer, move
treated mildly in the report. of 60 stocks made a moderate HARRY BERLFEIN case of foundation garmentsand tional brands which never sold I C. Robbins, 20 SW 8th ,St., Robert J. Spence vs Sue H. house and construct storage

Rising world prices for cop- gain of .6 at 290.0, after touch- NEW YORK (Special) toiletries, where brands re- regular goods off price are off- :speeding; Richard Harold :Spence. shed, $7CO.
per and domestic price boosts ing a record high of 290.2. Smaller, independent stores, hit present 80 store to 90 per cent"od de- ering special promotions oncea I Spielman Route 4, no valid Joseph E. Strickland vs Thel- E. R. Ashley, 240 SE 74th St.,
for aluminums gave these is- Standard & Poor's 500-stock by discount competition are partment Gainesville business the year. Price cuts were definite-I drivers license; Jerry Williams, J ma J. Strickland. add to bedrooms and a carportto
, sues rallies, although the coppers index touched a record of 76.64 getting an assist from an unex- retailer noted. ly on the increase, he declared. Archer, no valid drivers License Constance J. Robbins vs. FredC. residence, $2,500.

relapsed later in the week. before closing the week at 76.56. pected quarter-the top national He added that some top na- Shumaker, whose '22,000 I ; Robbins. Leroy W. Hall, 2120 SE 45th
t One of the significant aspectsof U.S. government bond prices brands, a Southern merchanttold I square-foot store did $1,480,000 Ordered capias issued for Lucine P. Dingley vs. BruceE. Ter., park trailer and add Flor-
the week's trading was heavy headed upward during the week a retail executive session gross last year, after fighting :James Ismual Cook, 1101 NE : Dingley. ida room, $500.E. .
(," trading in a number ot volatile for the first time in nearly two here last week. Says Career off discount competition said: 13th Place, speeding, and Hen- Sarah Spencer vs Samuel E. Smith, Section 10,
issues, most of them in the elec- months. Corporates also edged ;ry J. Hairing no brakes. Clifton Spencer. Township 8, Range 17, construct
tronic and drug industries. To higher in the busiest New York Brooks Shumaker, presidentof Women Should "The shopping center and dis- Continued the cases of Charlier. Theora Jeanette Williams vs residence, $8,500. t
some observers this "frothy" Stock Exchange trading in 18 Wilson Department Stores,I I count store are here to stay as Dowliag Route 3, violation Calvin[ Williams. E. E. Smith, Section 10, Town .
for I Inc., Gainesville, Fla., said the integral parts of our economy. I of restriction on drivers license; Jean Darus
action seemed cause a years. Keep Informed Betty vs Thomas ship 8, Range 17, con- ,
warning. Volume expanded to $74,844000 ,- policy of national brand houses There is room for all of us with, :Roger Eric Staub Pompano Jasper Darus Jr. struct residence, $8,500.E. .

Newton D. Zinder of E. F. par value from $63,965,000 to offer regular merchandiseat TALLAHASSEE A I hope, peaceful coexistence. . Beach, reckless driving; Other Suits Filed E. Smith, 2229 SE 46th ,
I the week and was the lower prices for a limited woman but just how peaceful depends ;Leonard Cade Jr. 503 SW 2nd I
Hutton & Co. said, "The mar- previous botanist at Florida State University on Institute for Essential Housing Ter., construct residence, 8500. -
ket character seems to have I most since $84,825,000 for May period, is giving stores increased says women have in-- a cease-fire in the discountstore's :St., worthless check; Willene D. i a Pennsylvania corporation W. E. Walker, 3721 SE Haw-

changed rather abruptly this i 30-June 4, 1945. power to compete againstthe creasing opportunities in science brands."'bootlegging' of national J Home 714 NW 22nd Ave., t vs C. C. Keene and Gladys .thorne Road, add a living ,

mass merchandisers. but she cautions them 1 worthless checks, five counts;! : Keene, balance due. room, $300.
Shumaker told 100 merchants
against becoming "educated scientists
I Weather attending the annual Fel- "-
Frigid I but ignorant citizens.
ix Lilienthal & Co. clinic that
Dr. Ruth Schornherst Breen,
within the past year top national -
a member of the biological sciences -

, Chills BusinessBy ing year brands December-January off price, traditionally specials, are promot-once-a-add- I.I said: faculty here since 1926, Here's a list of American production cars with

ing June-July offering regu- "During college years, when

JACK LEFLERAP Monday but thereafter cut their lar numbers sold off-price fora interest in the major field is
Business News Writer losses. limited time. so acute and when there are standard engines that deliver more horsepowerper
more than
courses an over-ful
NEW YORK (AP) Bad The International Brotherhoodof "This is especially true in the
program can accommodate the
i weather clouted business whereit Teamsters and the nation's natural tendency is to cram in pound of car weight than the '64 Oldsmobile
hurts during the week. truckers reached agreement on Mum as many of these professional
Production and sales skidded an unprecedented master con- on ReportMOSCOW or pre professional coursesas
as the winter's worst snowstorm tract affecting more than 400- possible."I .

I I t swept across the South, Mid- 000 strike.workers. The action averteda ment controlled(AP-The press govern-hasn'tpublished am concerned lest the future F.85 Holiday Coupe or Sports Coupe
west and EastVegetables science
lose
career woman :!
in the Florida and The three-year contract provides in the Soviet Uniona I sight of the fact that college
nation of smokers
Texas fields were threatened by for a pay increase at 28 heavy should do more than merely ..
anything on the U.S.
government
; freezing temperaturesWith cents an hour spread over the prepare her for a possible fu-
report on smoking and ,
I the storm dumping up to contract period. ture vocation. All too often sci- I "'r ,. I'
18 inches of snow in some areas, The Federal Reserve Board lung cancer.in Moscow Two cancer said specialists entists whom I know show facil- __ M"" .< _, < ':. ' 'to > .
manufacturing was disrupted. reported that the rated production hadn't seen the they ity in handling their own specialties
t Some plants were unable to ,of the nation's mines and report. but are'ignorant of, and .. ., ,- "

I open. Others operated with skel: factories increased slightly in Dr. L. N. Pylyev a memberof uninterested in, good reading, '.. ....' .....: -.f S5EJjJr"tebV'C"&-,,fe-"ISfc '.;'IIi-1. ;"."; '-. ., .
the department for studying '1!' .,:. :* '!:!to-"" .< .
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eton crews; some sent their December. Its index: of industrial good music, or the arts, and -- ;- MM'I1' f, **' ' .4"" " .
1, workers home. production rose to 127.2 from cancer-producing material in a are apathetic about everything .... ,. ** .- -*:.1 :?,, 1 %.)'*,.f;':-W' . "; ;1.l!!, .
I" Plant closings were: reported 126.7 in November and was 7 government institute told a except their own little self M: : 4,' *; *'--- ** '1 -
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Soviet ,
from New York to Hlinois., per cent higher than"a year ear- newsman research created world. ,,? i';. tr.; ". .. ,- j .' .i :
The American :Trucking Association agreed in general with "College should be trainingand 'r'' .-' .." ._ *-, t HRc1"-." "" <- :,.:
lier.Another the conclusions of the U.S. r < -
reported that, the storm favorable, develop- re- equipping person not on- t .. f .,-c l : : :' : : ,
slowed deliveries in the North ment in December was the performance port. ly for a profession, but also . j: ,:. ..., l'i.3: -
east to a near standstill. The of retail sales, which But he and a colleague Dr. for a rich and useful commun- ;" .;: I '': . .
Anatoly B. Syrin, said cigarette life. I that the > : :
Association of American Railroads rose $21,548,000,000, a gain of : ity always urge i, :/ /
smoking was regarded as only humanities and social sciencesbe rt .
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also was slowed. Air and 6 per cent above December one of the main causes of lung an important part of a stu- } .;- : .',I ..
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1962. pollution dent's curriculum to add bal- : *,
crippled.The ; ,
transportation was I an factor. 't' "' 'f",
important
ance and perspective. ) I:. ;
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storm was partially responsible For all of 1963 retail sales totaled :; I!:'
for a'drop in automobile $247,035,000,000 up 5 per :
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production to an estimated I cent from the 1962 total of $235 Florida Building in Nov. ' - -

168,000 units from 175,521 the 351,000,000.The .

previous After midweek week. the weather In' mid-December rate of unemployment to 5.5 per fell Drops Below, '62 Mark ..' ,

cleared and business returned I cent of the labor force from 5.9 .

to normal. per cent in November. The Labor Total valuation of new non- per cent increase in private cFLj.UWllP
Attention continued to center Department said the drop J[arm building construction authorized construction.
on anticipated congressional action -was due largely to lower unemployment I in Florida in November Greatest percentage gain during :
on the income tax reduction among women and was "fractionally lower" the period was in the Tal-
bill. teen-agers who had been seeking than that for November, 1962, a lahassee North Florida district /1i4 BlOB
The Morgan Guaranty Trust part-time jobs. report just released by the University where nonfarm building author-
Co. of New York had this to Steel production made a J of Florida shows. izations were up 49.2 per cent

say about the situation: "Pres :strong advance during the week According to "Florida Construction over the 1962 period. Primarily:
ident Johnson's surprisingly low totaling 2.12 million tons up 4 Review," issued by the responsible for this, was a 411.7 -
spending estimate for fiscal 1965 :per cent from the 2,037,000 tons Bureau of Economic and Business per cent increase in public
the already of the I Research at the University construction.
put an extra glisten on I previous week.
bright business outlook The defense industry saw total authorized nonfarm Second largest gain 30.9 percent llhEAIlluhIifr I

by further improving the :some business go glimmeringwhen instruction in November was was ia the Gal D esvi1le- .
106,747,000, a fraction less Ocala St. Augustine district -* CUTLASSHOLIDAY
chances for early passage of President Johnson submitted : court
the tax reduction bill. Enact : a to ban: for the same period in where there was a 118 per cent
ment in February now looks :$2.3 billion request for Congress for ]1962.For increase in public construction.The _. p.ck.d Grd.u v.-...... .... .....Rts c.or..........-...............24o......,aw !
weapons procure the overall 11 month period Review is publishedmonthly HM Cvito tt.IcIey Carp: .r Sports Cvp: mere bn p..... pel p..ad . like a solid possibility. I ment and military research. construction was runningi.5 in cooperation with the ... *M AMWicm jr.*> 8.. c.r.l And priest start Iowa thou vtr! SM year OW Qualify D....IftdaylSH I
stocks had their This
Cigarette was less than '
j was sought per cent above that in the Florida Development Commie.sion. ;!
first opportunity to react to the last
year. ame period, in 1962, and the Collection and processingof
U.s. Public Health Service re- Deals for sale
of U.S. grainto Overall 1963 volume will be, the data is under Dr. CarterOs-, I
: port that heavy cigarette smok- the..Soviet Union continued to highest) since 1959. terbind director of the Bureauof .... MM local MIMil/ill OlMMOWU QOA1ITTBIAIII._WABCtJAiniS FOR MIIiSTY-nCHT,STAITItt.SUKI M,6TH14IC tt,XTSTAI Z,XHTAI M,t-U ....

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I I announced it had overall "
) increase at the 'and
an 18.7. percent University :: S.E. 2nd STREET
s th *opening of trading the sold more than' 115. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
on : $7 million of increase was registered Elise C. Jones assistant In re- -.t-
New, York Stock Exchange on :,rice, tothe U.S.S.R. fn I Ir public: construction, and a; 4 search i .!Tl TOIL otIS Mlta .MMnaBgMACriO IIIIr JOII ... uurnoll 01 utsaoou YAWl-UTB is. ...M.it'V'Y" .-_' ....

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Arbor British Photographer HereOn Delius I ABOUT PEOPLE Will Retired Meet Group

Mrs. Roy Purvis and her I
Mrs. James H. Fogel of Gain- ,
Program daughter, Miss Anne Purvis, esville, who is visiting her. Members of the Retired Teachers -
Day McCoy Assignment will go to Jacksonville Wed- daughter and family. The ba Association of Alichua

__ nesday to be guests of Mrs.B. by's paternal grandmother is
PlannedThe N. Nimnicht Sr., motherof Mrs. Rose Nelson of Fort County will view "Florida On

Observed Y. :4 W Anne's fiance, Billy Nim Lauderdale. Display" at the Florida Museum

I nicht Jr.That S e in the Seagle Building at
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':In observance of Arbor Day in ry Philharmonic Society of. morning, Mrs. Nim- Dr. and Mrs. Paul Pope- 9:30 a.m. on Thursday.

Florida, the Gainesville Gar- Gainesville will present a program debt will entertain with a pre- Doe of Los Angeles were Thomas G. Baker, director of I
den Club began a permanent of the works of Frederick nuptial coffee honoring Anne. houseguests of Dr. and Mrs.J. exhibitions at the museum, will :

planting program at Sunland 3 M. y'ww' Delius on Thursday at 8:15: p.m. Wayne Reltz last week discuss preparations of exhi (

Training Center Friday with the X87" .'yg a t tc in the Hotel Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. William A. when Dr. Popenoe was hereas bits. ,'
r'j 1ting of the first Dogwood at Mrs. Mabel Peterson Godwinis Flanders of Miami announce a guest speaker on the UF !
the entrance to the grounds.The the program chairman.A the birth of a daughter, Susan Campus. The Popenoes also Members also will see the famous :

Garden Therapy committee number of Gainesville art- Verena, on January 13. Mrs. visited with their nephew, Pearsail Indian relics, a
of the Garden Club has insti- ,, ists will give the Flanders is the former Miss Hugh Popenoe, member of collection recently acquired by I

! tuted a permanent committeeto which will include a short program lecture Verena Fogel, daughter of the UF Agriculture Faculty. the University of Florida.

direct planting of flowering entitled, "Mass of Life," I
i trees and plants at Sunland. by Dr. Elwood Keister.
"The club hopes that the area PERFECT FOR THE
8 ,' s 4 1 Mrs. Godwin, soprano, will t
will become a beauty spotin
__ sing three Delius songs accom-
the city," Mrs. Joseph T.
panied by Mrs. Gloria Keister.
Hudson Jr., president, said. 3
: The composer's Concerto for
An of Dogwood trees PRICELESS
avenue
Violincello will be presented by
will border the garden spot. i
; ; Mrs. Marie Henderson, accom-
These trees will be lighted each
panied by Mrs. Gwen Bauschk
Christmas season for the en- -
'i4.:1 at the piano.
of and visi- LOOK
joyment patients
tors. Mrs. Tommy Ruth Waldo will

Lake Designs Plan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde :McCoy discuss plans for a series of pictures to be taken play three preludes for piano
and Mrs. Anna
Noel Lake, landscape archi-I by Photographer William Oliver of Lonion for British "Woman's Own maga- Lupkiewiczand
Mrs. Godwin will close the
tect of the University of flor- zine.
ida, has designed the plan which program with a duet.
will be followed. Hong Kong, San Francisco, :McCoy, author of "Journey Out ing this segment of the life oi f Mrs. Guy Miles and Mrs. Lup l MACS'I ILittle

Other members working on Jamaica, New York City, and I of Darkness," and her husband the Gainesville author and her kiewicz will be hostesses for

,the committee are Wilbur Harl- Gainesville. Clyde. husband. the evening. or No Iron Fortrel Polyester & "' :'>
ing, Men's Garden Club; Gene These are a few of the cities The pictures will be used with Cotton Broadcloth. Each in sizes Z8 to 40\A \
that British photographer Wil- the publication of three installments -
Grounds Department
Lidden, head of -
of the City; John liam Oliver of London has visit- of Mrs. McCoy's recent .n $3 J 99 J t7 -

Moore, head of Plants and ed on special assignment as a book, "Journey Out of Darkness
Grounds at Sunland. free lance photographer.Last ," which has been pur- 1 t ta te ,

Also serving on the committee week, Mr. Oliver spent .chased by the popular British
are R. C. Philips, director of: two days in Gainesville taking a magazine, "Woman's Own."
Ned Cake series of pictures of Marie Bell This of Mrs.
Sunland; Mrs. coordinator story McCoy's ex-
of Sunland; Mrs. Al- periences after blindness in ; "

bert Miller, chairman of Gar- Dessert mid-life and her adjustment to AL$1I
den Therapy of the Gaines- every day living will appearin i i; 7 :

ville Garden Club, and Mrs. the ,English magazine early
Florence Walters, Occupational Contest this spring. .

Therapy Director of Sunland. Of the more than 140 picturesMr. :
Contributions Needed Announced Oliver took of the author x.
Completion of the landscape ., and her husband, some six or fOR'NOMA HE kx
design will depend. largely ..,on LAKELAND, Fla., Fifth nine .will' be used. q? x
contributions of trees' and flow! Alt-Florida Orange Dessert Con- The visiting photographer WHO

ering shrubs.To test, with more than $10,000 in who has been interested in '
date the club has received -prizes being offered contestants photography since he was 11 LIVE IN A : ....

a generous contribution from preparing the best desserts using years old, is a member of the .S
the Wachula Garden Club; a u LO ,. :, a t
oranges or orange products, Royal Photographers Society of OK
from Mrs. J. C. Will- ,r'Az An In-or-Out blouse with roll sleeve,
fruit tree has been opened for 1964 by the Great Britain. He has traveled t Bermuda collar and button front.
Club
Garden
lams of the Ocala Gainesville Woman's Florida Citrus Commission. all over the world making pic- . .a "'\ White, Blue, Pink and Sand.
a tree from the The Contest, sponsored annu- tures for editorial and adver- s ; \
abartfse4 III -
Club, and a large Dog 't ally by" the Commission in cooperation -tising assignments.Mr. kc $ 99v
the Alachua Coun'tyRepublican :
wood from with four major in- Oliver flew here Mondayto '' :
Women. vestor owned electric utili- find Gainesville cold and far F'. '
Immediate needs include: 24 from the Everglades, which he m q
ties and a large appliance man-
DACRON
Haw- in
fabric
small native "Haw" or a new concept
Florida and the magazine editors did k
ufacturer, is to any -
thorne trees and 23 red Maples. open that looks end!feels like silk k
resident, 17 years of age or not imagine.
contribu-
interested in
Anyone with this older, according to Walter J. After a London conference broadcolth. Our pleasure bound, '
ting or aiding memberof pro- Page, contest director. concerning "ideas and, pictures young Slide-On dress a '
ject may contact any ," the plan had been to
the Florida
Cooperators are v
committee.
the Power & Light Company, Miami :take the McC 0 y s against a (Maize and Turquoise Prints) //r :
I background of Everglades in a
Club ; Florida Power Corporation 11% Dacron Polyester L 15%Anil Bayoa i ii' .m s
Bridge .1 St. Petersburg; Tampa warm and sunny clime.

Electric Company, Tampa; and Without this background, the 29.95
and Mr. Oliver finallyoun'd ,
McCoys. .
NotesBy Gulf.-'fower' Company,, Pensal* ; ->* >
'[ the desired spots for the
cola. NEW' SPRING
RALPH II. BLODGETT Prizes include a deluxe electric I outdoor pictures to illustrate the
Thirty four determined range for 12 semifinalistswith :story on the University of Flor- SUITS & DRESSES :-S:
turned out for I ida campus and in the countryside r
bridge players the balance of electric appliances ARRIVING DAILYBEAUTIFUL ; A casual plunge neckline with
.
at the outside Gainesville.Mr. .
the master point game : "
making up an all-elec- button front and roll sleeve. Wear '
the
Club Oliver
photographed
on
Bridge SELECTION
Wednesday University City evening at Weed tric kitchen going to the first author and her husband in their <:':,;{ I in or out. Blue, Pink and Sand. t
grand prize winner. That per- i Marie beds Member Central Charge .,f ;V :
home with making "
was
Hall. The average score ,
,
, , ':'Y" %
.
son will receive a refrigerator- : !<\ $
94& for North-South and 84 for preparing ,meals, and serving iP99'f
EastWest.D. freezer, table top water heater ''lunch to Clyde.Following .
I disposall, dishwasher, auto- the "workingsession" <. ,
R. Frazier played a two-day -
matic clothes washer and automatic with the ,
strQng game to drag the writer McCoys
across the finish line in first dryer, in addition to the the photographer flew Miami
place among the North South range, all classed as the finest I Thursday and was to fly on to
made by a nation-wide appli- "mOWn a 1
players with a score of 125% London that afternoon.
match points. Mrs. Leon Gar. ance manufacturer. After development of his pic- jraniziins maUege bop. A
rard 'and Cliff Landers 'were Entries should be mailed to tures, Mr. Oliver and the mag- I + k

second with 105, J. M..Trimrn: Orange Dessert Contest, Box azine editors will hold another ..A
er and John Soderstrum were 148 Lakeland, Florida, 33802, session and select the most ap- 401 W. University Ave. Dial FR 2-4606
third with 102tt, and Mrs. L postmarked not later than propriate pictures for illustrat- I J
E, Grinter and W. A. Clark' midnight, February 15, 1964. j tY.
were fourth with 95%. Entries in semi-finals and fin- Y kyp 1 t

Mrs. H. C.Boardman and Mrs.R. als must be prepared on elec- I Ie .
Davis led all the East-West tric equipment, and each recipe "The Boss Is Out Of Town"Now's d

pairs with a score of,. 104% must be for a dessert and \)
match points. Second went to include at least two fresh flor-

Mrs. Carolyn Yeilding and Ron ida oranges crone cup of flor-

Schocnau with 94, :third to Mr. ida orange juice, fresh, frozen, ,
and Mrs. R. C. Lindquist with canned or chilled. y r j

92, and fourth to Dr. C. W. The dessert will be judged on
Banks and' S. L. Williams with general appearance, quality, flavor lY Neat and trim. A white tuck-in short

85%. .and originality of recipe I ; sleeve blouse with jewel neck ands
The club will meet again on idea.Persons. I stitched, tucked front.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at residing in areas

Weed Hall, 107 NW 15th Terr- served .municipally o w n e d : .. l l't $399 I
ace. All interested bridge play electric utilities or Rural Elec- t
ers are invited to attend and trification Administration facil-

compete. You will be assuredof ities are also eligible, and may y O ..'.. .: f ..
:
a game whether or not you secure entry blanks by writingthe iC;

bring a partner. Commission. I
i

your chance to save on Jewelry . i "
SPORTSWEAR CLEARANCECONTINUES Beautiful Diamonds (Rings and Matched

Sets) . Benrus, Bulova, Hamilton and 1b )

Elgin Watches . . F. B. Rogers Silver-

ware and Stainless Steel Flatware . . .r" WIAaI
I Iroquois and Sango China . . Lovely! lIWWTo
SKIRTS '4 Glassware and a tremendous array of Gift 0ISa'ft'

Items, including Complete Home Bar Accessories TMIturmcIII
SWEATERS I
/30FF . . EVERYTHING MARKED :

2-pc. DRESSES I DOWN. i: MmATUOSINO Of

Simply Elegant with convertible F
SLIM JIMS IZ I Irri' Gotham collar.
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ero Blouse has roll sleeve button > .

-ONE GROUP $.00 I 4 3 25 ero 50 : front and shirt-tail hem.


L6LTS . . now 1 i I 1 $*99
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I r' ENGAGEMENTS- = I r Card iMural I Decorates DPhiE Hous_


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Bridge and canasta will
be played during the card par-
ty of the College of Education

Wives.Chib Tuesday evening at

the University Women's ,Club, k
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West. Newbeny Road. The affair j i r
is scheduled for '8 p.m.i 1 i j 't1
i
Mrs.- Irwin Hammer, chair i \ :
1ji'iiI. man for 'the party, will be as-,

I sisted: by the following members -


Mrs. Carroll Cumbee, Mrs. ,
o. Carroll Fogle, Mrs. G. H, Has- *
L.ns 1..l1mod: + +J. i Mc waaa.ss: r'wx terok, Mrs. Vincent Hines, Mrs. $P % :

Miss Deanna Loretta Jamerson Miss Mamie Juanita' Stalnaker I Miss Joan Delores Jordan Miss Kelsey Van Dame I William'McGill, Mrs. F. W. Mc- I

Graw, Mrs. Thomas Moffett, e a I I.t

t JamersonLyellBELL : Van Dame-Harlow I;Olen Mrs. Pate B e-r,n Mrs.'a r d Leon Murphy A.,Sims Mrs., b ; t;& c 4"x

Mr. and Mrs. Lan is employed as a clerk ot the I THOMASVILLE, Ga. Mr. The bride elect attended Mrs. J. G. Smith, Mrs. James
( caster Jamerson of Bell announce Circuit Court. and Mrs. Ronald Beach Van Jacksonville University and is Smith and Mrs. E. M. Timmerman. -

the engagement of their Mr. Lyell was graduated Dame of Thomasville, Ga., have now student at Valdosta State t
daughter, Miss Deanna Loretta from George Wythe High announced the engagement of College, Valdosta, Ga. No reservations are necessary :

I Jamerson of Gainesville, to Mel- School, Richmond, Va., and is their 'daughter, Miss Kelsey Lu- | j ':S
Miss Van Dame is the
vin Douglas Lyell, son of Mr. presently a student at the Uni- elle, to Justin Edwards HarlowIII grand- T .
daughter of Mrs. John Van i.
and Mrs. Melvin Lyell Richmond versity of Richmond. son of Mrs. Justin Ed- Panhellenic
Dame of Gainesville and Or-
Va. Wedding plans will be an- wards Harlow Jr. of Gainesville ,
lando and the late Mr. Van Ha
nounced. and the late Dr. Harlow. Meets
Miss Jamerson was graduated -I Dame of Grand Rapids, Mich. MondayCity .
I from Bell High School and and of Mrs. David C. Cole- i\i\: \' ''\ ., S;; '' UU( J.rt .">" ,.J.. !J. '- J'J!"':
StalnakerAdamsBROOKER man Sr. and the late Mr. Cole- Panhellenic Associationwill
meet tomorrow
night at 8
man of Miami. o'clock"with Mrs. Richard Bow- Decorating wall of the dining room in the new Delta Phi Epsilon Soro-

J WelcomeCoffee Mr. and Mrs.I Hairstyling College. She is employed Mr. Harlow, a senior studentin les, 827" NE Fifteenth Avenue, ity house on the University Florida Campus is an abstract mural, designedand
I W. C. Stalnaker of Brooker an-I by the Town and Country electrical engineering at the :rather than at the Chamber of painted in Oriental colors by Artist Mary Purser of Gainl'syille.lr8o::

nounce the engagement of their I Beauty Salon in Gainesville.The University of Florida, expectsto Commerce as previously sched- I Purser is pictured discussing the mural with Mrs. Joseph Silverman, right, whois
i daughter, Miss Mamie Juanita, bridegroom-elect, a 1960 graduate in April. uled. Southern regional director of Delta Phi Epsilon and adviser to the local chap

'to Ackley Bob Adams, son of graduate of Lake City Colum- Plans J'or the spring style ter. The living room is decorated with Oriental furnishings and features a high
Mr. and :Mrs. Jessie Adams of bia High School, is engaged in Wedding plans will be announCed show will be discussed., ceiling. The air-conditioned sorority house will accommodate 1 girls.
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i;,Lake City. construction work in Lake City. --- -
Miss Stalnaker, a 1960 gradu The wedding will be an event \- -----------,

ate .of Bradford High School in June, the date to be announc- Supper Party
SaturdayPlans lof 1
Starke, attended the Central]l .

.. .. ... Given to Honor
welcome are coffee being to be made given for by a I JordanWhitePALATKA \ \ LVXLbOL ONCE-A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY i

the Newcomers Group of the The engage- the date of the wedding. Bridal Couple S

University Women's Club on ment and approaching marriage Miss Jordan was graduatedfrom I .1
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Saturday, January 29, from 10 of Miss Joan Delores Jordan, St John's River JuniorCollege \ .. 1
J. Thomas Jr., whose marriage to have
to 11:30 at the home of ,
a.m. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford in June and is now employed \
was an event of last autumn, a
Mrs. Theodore S. George, 619 W. Jordan of Palatka, and by St. John's Chevrolet t
barbecue supper was given tf DISCONTINUED SILVER PATTERNS :
NW 23rd Street. 1
Terrel Doyal White Jr., son of Co. in Palatka.Mr. Saturday night.Hostesses \ -
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. White Sr. of
New faculty wives and wom- White, who has served I
staff members will be hon- Gainesville, is announced today for the parry were Ii f MADE-TO-ORDER' ,
en four years with the U. S. Navy', y :
the bride-elect's
by Mrs. Thomas' sister
par- Mrs. J. N.
ored at this time.
f is an employee of the University -Anderson III, Mr. Anderson, ,, t No matter how old your Sterling Silver Pattern is or from what silver company 1

Mrs. D. L. McDowell, chair- ents.February 9 has been set as I I of Florida. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. 1- )( you can now order replacement or additional pieces thru Rutherfords . 1a

man for the affair, will be as- N. Anderson Jr., who entertained \ .. ....,
sisted by Mrs. A. T. NewcombJr. at the latter's home. I :; 1- ..
., co-chairman, Mrs. Claude \'f. -_ \1\ j 1.d .! ... I \
Ellison and Mrs. William Sut- PEO Founders' Day Guests included Mr. Thomas'parents ' I fltri: : '; i- j \
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ter. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thomas : .
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:t II'
Sr., and 24 close friends of (1 IY E ; =. ; ; :: I -E; WJ 1\iI\ 1 !

Bride- the two families. ) J :: ,J' '* : :) 1 J f. !; 1

Luncheon ListedFour The supper tables, laid with \ ',m', A" '" 1t

red-checked clothes, were cen- : A ,
tered with arrangements of sea- \ nW iJ
local of P. from other countries for t+ !
chapters E.I men '
Elect ( sonal fruits. rI : :
in the United f1' w
graduate study
0. will observe Founders' Day


I at Saturday a joint at luncheon 12:30 p.m.to be at held the States During and the Canada.1962-63 academic 1d7 I V r i ti wi A i 'i ; 1 1S 1r


HonoredMiss I'Hotel Thomas. colleges year, 107 under students this program.attended 6(1( S i ,. i L J! J" j :

The will be
program presented .
Joint of the Gaines- .. r f 3
projects
Andrea Bliziotes and| by Chapter AF. BookSATURDAY z ': 'l
Miss Kay Nelson were hostesses ville chapters are organized \ jORDERS ACCEPTED ft. :
P.E. 0., founded in 1869 by through a Council with Mrs. a : .: l y
at a kitchen shower honoring 1l
Miss Betty Richardson, bride- seven college girls who were Norman Mehrhof as president. January 25 .-L! $ ;i i UNTIL FEBRUARY 29 ?' ; :

elect of Dick Shawn, Wednes- students at Iowa Wesleyan Col- Any visiting or unaffiliated l j t, i= "
i Dinner Miss ,
honoring Anne

Alex day evening Bliziotes.at the home of Mrs. lege, is now with an international a membership organization '!members esville area of P.E.O.are invited in the to Gain-attend , gent Purvis Nimnicht, bride-elect Jr. of of Billie Jackson-Nu \ ivI I '.': J if 1 t !: Right now every major silver company is J ._ J ff j \1


Carnation corsages were presented I lof more than 145,000 women in the Saturday luncheon. ville, 6:30 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. f, '" accepting orders, for delivery this Spring andy \ .fa' \

to the honoree and her Reservations will be l Walter Murphree and their son, > Summer, of pieces in old inactive and 1r
(almost 4,100 chapters including i accepted < any n '1. .
mother. Mrs. 0. E Richard-'195 in Florida. I until Wednesday by Mrs. Willi- Walter Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. ., .tn 1
:, 11 f
son.The I iam Arnett, FR 6-5490, or Mrs. Gus McGriff, Gainesville Golf ) 't- U :f, discontinued silverware patterns J l

serving table, covered i The Gainesville chapters meet George Freeman, FR 6- 789. and Country Club. 1 g-- In Gainesville, you may place your order ;! J s 1j
with a white lace cloth, was annually to honor the memoryof (ADVEATISE1fEV1)vri \ I Is: E ,
centered with pink and white its founders. Activities \ I J through Rutherfords, Inc., 103 W. University j i \
,
floral and wedding Blended ( : 1 ..r. I j :t
arrangements a -
Ave., for all inactive by Gorham, 1
Presidents of the city chap- I \ patterns .
cake decorated .
with lilies Listed
of the valley and roses. ters are Mrs. Marshall Watkins By With Cottons Towle, International, Heirloom, Reed & Bar- 1S

The guest list included the Chapter I; Mrs.AF Myra Mrs. Rec CenterThe Replaces S .' ton Wallace, Watson Lunt, Frank Smith
honoree, Mrs. 0. E. Richardson Terwilliger, Chapter ; i: ;" \

Mrs. O. M. Nelson, Miss Warner Weseman, Chapter AP, Golden Age Club, spon- Drip DryA : 9 Whiting, Oneida, Steiff, and others = -, i 1
: and Mrs. Joe Beckenbach
Sandi Danielson Miss j E <
Carol Ki- sored by the Gainesville Recreation 1
ker, Miss Ruth Krienke, Miss, Chapter CQ. J Department will meet combined new combination with Avril of has cotton re- f s Dates Shown "kxticate Probable Year ot Production Ii I i \; 1g l' 1
Joanne Selin, Miss Cun-, f 1$
Sherry The purposes ot P.E.O. are Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the placed the better drip dry cot- 1 ML -f ... ,
ha, Miss Priscilla Porter, Mrs.j educational and charitable, and I Recreation Center Lobby. ton prints. The supple smoothness ,

Mike Bliziotes and Mrs Alex( the chief project is to further AD new members and visitorsare and resistance to creases :

Bliziotes. ,higher education for women.! invited to attend. imparted by the addition of : .
; This has been accommplished' The City Recreation Depart- A v r 11 without increasing the = ... 1 L J \
Pen Women 1':1:
;through the Educational Fund, ment also sponsors the Gainesville price has rocketed this new fabric \
the International Peace Scholarship Chapter of the Society for called "Ultra blend"* in \ :f l j \
Elect New 1 Program and Cottey Jun- the Preservation and Encour- first place in sales. E' r 'f'
ior College for Women in Nevada agement of Barber Shop Quar- Gilberg's, The House of 1000 i- 4 Ei t.1 (..t } 1\
State HeadMIAMI Mo. tet Singing in America, which a Fabrics are featuring "Ultra
I'will meet Thursday evening at;''Blend" prints as one of the \ \ I
Mrs. Dorothy Per- First Project in 15W7 a 8 p.m. at the Center.Anone 'new items for 1964. Available at ( 1sE I
pall, head of the Clearwater interested in 1 ... \ I
singingis i your Gilberg's store at 109 W:
The first educational projectwas E'I
Branch, was elected presidentof invited to attend. J i University Ave. \ \
the Florida National Leagueof the Educational Fund established i J
American Pen Women dur-I in 1907 for the purpose Z \

ing the state convention held of assisting qualified women I. I i 3 I

recently at the Biscayne Ter-I students to become self sup- I ARQQN fbWQRLThere's \\.1 J F '' 1 I
race Hotel. : porting and to attain an education \
More than beyond the high school level : ,'. :;;; ., A !
300
members of the '.a-- : \
I / so much to see and du \ / t :\ : i ii
\ : "':
16 state branches were in attendance ; ... "J _
for the two-day con- 'l. IMU*'our Winds WORLD CRUISE that takes II I \ 1''H':.f . ;: tl /,'f JP.- tr ".i' 1; :: \
: The Educational Fund is are 16 in brochure to describe! ':J t } < v. 'f" :' 4 fj "
our \
pages / fl
vention.A :
I ivolving one, of over $975,000 i ( lf lf1f' { ; : g'. : I
native of Washington state,|from which over 13,250 omen 55 EXCITING DAYS I. i \ il. t 'l i Ii;; "
the new Pen Women president I Cruise aboard famous luxury liners of three different flags and discover the \ .. I I '$ $;: 'I i 1 -'
affiliated with the Clearw ate r i have been aided with loans. Approximately '' great cities of the world. Four Winds tours combine leisurely ocean voyaging \1 ,. il l l.: i 1./ J : \
branch in 1958 as an artist 2,000 students annu- with penetrating shore visits.You stay at the best hotels really see each \ '= 'A Ell ,. : j \
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country meet its people share its excitementFESTIS'E
ally are assisted through the ,
member. She has served as: Fund : ITINERARY Shown.'ore justofe'w of the hundreds of old inactive patterns that can now be .: \

membership chairman of her See Iuuropethe Mediterranean Mid-East,Pakistan lnJu, the cadre Orient I reordered. I If your pattern is not shown o r you are not sure of your pattern's name 1
branch and was art chairman,I ,The second project, Cottey featuring 5 days in Hong Kong 9 Japan..plas Hawaii and rbMfnfrn y or manufacturer just bring a sample to Rutherfords for identification. f. fl
when the Annual Arts and Letters \
founded in
College was 1884, ONE LOW FARE COVERS EVERYTHING \
Show at the Florida Gulf : the college has been owned and Bat_hotel, sightseeing excursions and transfers all included in your tiuiae: "' 1 .- .A
Coast Art Center was originat- supported by the P.E.O. sisterhood fare 55 dos !rom mt -. .\ I \
j I CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED I
SAIL THIS WINTER OR SnUNG' J \
ed.Mrs. since 1927. The college is : i ,
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Perpall has taught in Leave Jan. 23. Feb. 36, Mar. 21, 9% Apr. Mi May 1"1.1., June [
l accredited by North Central Association r. July 25. Aux. 26.Jklontnly '. ; '! 1
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schools. She has traveled I
hart of Colleges and Secondary departures thertafter from San Francisco and NcwYork. I 1 1I Where All The Finest Names In Silver Are Sold :J. ?, \
extensively and began \ .
studies with the South African . Schools and by the Na-I, Phone,visit or man this coupon \
tional Association of Schools of now for FREE 16 brochure t tI \ ,-t': !
water colorist, Mollie Norton ( your page complete ||
of Durban, in the late Thir: Music and Junior Colleges. with maps,photos and dav-to-dav IIiDer ries. I* (S "' : 1 ...'- .,, \<.",. L '7Ft
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ties. She has exhibited ir 1 City Council Formed I 1 litkar4ertzL .;',' -: [1
Florida, California and the Wes!t WORLD \ r \
Indies and taken awards in a The International Peace TRAVELSERVICE , I

shows on both coasts. ,Scholarship Program was -established sores S t x A .
.. 103 W. University Avenue FR 6-3561
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I I. :: Mrs. Johnson Breaks Precedent With Tour' of f Quarters ceived favorite did and the"Dolley visitors walls color.in Madison once yellow a -my week first I: Alum Alpha to Gam MeetAlpha


qyyvsxxyppp.aw w. .rtpw+.w The wall niches were filled
0 Nt1U1 rk uitmreM r'f!: continues down to the first, or called the night "I came in with two broken and incom- Gamma Delta Alum-
state floor. here and found Baines o
Lucy
I !. 1 plete sets of Morocco-bound Club will meet
By NAN ROBERTSON F There k nae on Mondayat
w are other comfortable doing her algebra. I promptly
,
11. t Harvard classics, with numbersone 8 at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. upholstered chairs in this room, suggested another spot"Mrs. pjn.
WASHINGTON Lyn- two and
which is about 50 feet and t .. =w twenty-four dupli- Roy E. .
long Tew, 902 NW 9th Ave-
don B. Johnson has been Johnson finds this room cated, and the Lowestoft china,
breaking precedents right and more than 250 feet wide. In the !"more a museum piece and less -> and china birds by Dorothy nue.

,left since her husband became center piled with scrapbooksand functional than the other Doughty that belong to Mrs.
other volumes Plans will be made for
is
a huge a
she
President: : and the one rooms upstairs. Johnson.In .
round table. luncheon to be held on April 18.
broke recently was a whopper. Mrs. Johnson began her tour
Among the books the John r the long hall that is cen-
.SJie invited the entire corps! sons have brought to the White in the Yellow 'Oval Room. A k. k tered on the second floor of the The Monday evening program

of women reporters covering House .is a frayed book, minus fire crackled in the marble- R.xt White House, she pointed with will include movies taken by a
the"',Vhite House to tour thelnthnate cover, of Rudyard Kipling's framed grate of this beautiful pride to striking paintings of member during a recent trip
quarters of the First "Barrack Room Ballads"; room, which has sunny silk y t ';,4a Sioux and Dakota Indians by through the western part of the

Family on the second floor, three works by John Gunther, draperies, yellow walls and George, Catlin, lent to the First United States.
'J. yellow cut velvet upholsteryon Family by a museum.
with a running commentary on including "Inside Russia Today TOP WITH SHRIMP
the history of the rooms and ," ."The City in History," the chairs. Mrs. Johnson This hall was filled, she said,
what the Johnsons have broughtin by Lewis Munford, and works stood in front of the fireplaceand with the furniture of "great Luncheon sandwiches are de-
of their own. She has learn- by Harper Lee, Katherine Anne said tht she had spent "de- American cabinet makers between licious left open: spread bread
ed a lot during the 21 days Porter and Scott Fitzgerald, LYNDA lightful hours" going throughthe LUCYIn 1800 and 1810,from Phil- (plain or toasted) with egg salad
she has actually spent in the .all favorites of Mrs. Johnson. house with curator James I adelphia, Baltimore and New and top with shrimp that have
Executive Mansion. | MRS. LYNDON B. JOHNSON When Mrs. Johnson led her. son's office, the First Lady I Ketcum, "soaking up the de- this room, she said, York. History and furniture been marinated in French

I visitors.._ into_ the_ rose and tapped on a long table and re tails." John Adams and his wife re- march side by,side." dressing..
Newswomen who have been u
mented to the
fireplace mantel Willie "Queen's Bedroom" andstood
covering the White House almost certainly by Mrs. by the canopied four-
since the 1923-1929 administration Kennedy.The poster, she said:
! of Calvin Coolidge fireplace is white, so the "To my mind, this is the 1\ 1) PRE-INVENTORY
f could remember nothing quite plaque) and the inscription incised prettiest room upstairs .

. like it.Bess . into it were barely visible A portrait of Mrs. Andrew

Truman brought people from a few feet away. It Jackson Donelson hangs to the ermcntf CLEARANCE

I' through the house in 1952 after read: right of the fireplace, above
massive renovations had transformed "In this room Abraham Lin- which was an 18th century ALWAYS FIRST QUALITYWOMEN'S f .

it, but she stuck mostly coln slept during his occu- flower painting and mirror, :

. !I to public rooms and those in pancy of the White House as framed in gilt together.The :N . ..
which state guests are received. President of the United States. chairs are superb ex- 'F
t Mrs. Johnson showed off March 4, 1861-AprU, 1861." amples of shield back Hep- 1
indetail what she calls "my In smaller characters belowit plewhites and there is a fine
was: antique American secretaire. t
own little private domainthe I
family quarters in the "In this room lived John Five reigning queens have y
western half of the second FitzgeralO Kennedy with his slept in this stately but femi- : ve,. I I
wife Jacqueline Kennedy nine room: Wilhelmina and Ju-
t floor.
during the two years, 10 liana of The Netherlands; Eliz-
4 0 months and two days he was abeth, now the Queen Motherof a

With that exception, no press President of the United Britain; Queen Elizabeth II,
groups have so toured upstairs States. January 20, 1961- and Queen Frederika of Greece.In L ;
since Eleanor Roosevelt held November 22, 1963. the Treaty Room, with its (Ii ; I % :
her last weekly press confer- On the bedroom walls in massive Victorian chandelier Ii : '

ence in the Treaty Room in muted colors were three paintings i that once hung in Mr. John- .
1945' then called the Monroe i by Porfirio Salinas, the % ? ( !: ; ', -
Room. leading landscape artists of
Texas. rA hbLI \ c
Mrs. Johhson was both relaxed "Please know I'm going tc

and informed as she led have them reframed, "Mrs. : IIYEAR 1k
about 60 fascinated wom- L\
Johnson said. "This was the
en"around the family floor. land where Lyndon was born
Mrs. Johnson has so far doneno and raised." /1'' '
real refurbishing of the fam- .

ily rooms, recently decoratedby Next door is Mrs. Johnson's '
1.\\ WOMEN'S
:Mrs. Kennedy. She plans to study SKIRTS
a Regency room with
decorate her daughters'I
pale blue walls that was herredecessor's
rooms, Lucy occupies JohnJohn's EXCITING SELECTIONOF
> dressing BLOUSES
room.
bedroom and Lynda is
The window her desk faces
I in Caroline's.The WRAPS COACHMAN
First Lady pointed out looks south, toward the Wash- Assortment of lovely, ,
ington Monument.
STRAIGHT AND
r PLEAT
that these were designed for
small children and thereforea. When she ordered the desk easy-care fabrics. Solids STYLES REDUCED TO
put there, the First said
.complete change was nec- Lady : and
essary. This is where I plan to stripes. CLEAR. BUY SEVERAL AT

The furniture in these rooms spend my days working." l
from "The Elms She said the view of the
was brought ,
the 12-room mansion the John- Monument out the windows on -ROUND All-EXPEHSE CRUISES 34 only 1.00 each $2 $3
sons lived in from 1961. the south side of the house "is from$59 f and eachWOMEN'S
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The same is true for the the most serene thing in the May Weekend,FrL,5 PM from$59 ..
place." 4-Day,Mondays,5 PM from$64 ,
Johnsons' bedroom, which is \J
off-white French Provincial. In a clip on the desk was a SAILS from downtown Miami(Pier 3) \\ c
DOCKS tt Bay Street.In I the Hurt of
i Mrs. Johnson will redecorate card from Mrs. Angier Biddle Nassau's downtown snoppioi section I ,
Duke, wife of the State Depart- FARE INCLUDES ship u your hotel!, all
r' that bedroom too, the adjacent meals plus three snacktunes dally, Ana
study, and possibly the family ment's chief of protocol, and food Captain's and service cocktail,danclnf party I,No entertainment vaccination DRESSES ....
the
scrawled reminder :
"Don't i
sitting room. certificate required for U.S.or Canadian
forget Madame Segni January15th. citlzeisl 200 Its. baggage allowance Large assortment of
'The first week I sort of
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." The President of Wrftt tar FREE solar hncaare,Dept W r
the house Italy
tip-toed through Man reservations NOW ttra rev Jt better dresses flo
she said, describing her awe and his wife were honored TRAVEL AGENT,wFor Men'sLow

at living in the White House, with a state dinner on Wednes- [EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORP ; REDUCED TO CLEAR '

'But when the day's work day. .
Priced !
stretches in front of HUM 1.Fl Pier 3., 0.MXJtJ Fft J KmHe
you you
JUNIOR
The living quarters of Mrs. *V.rk 4...Y. 17 lattery PI 10'.0460. $3 $4
can't around
just tiptoe
go Johnson Ckic"(<3 III. 3?S.W,Ibsh Awe CE C-75CS and MISSES
ing." and her family are un- itIti\ HALF SIZES Men's Easy

+ In the white and blue bed pretentious and even cozy, despite -

{ room of her 16-year-old daughter the ceilings, which are Care Dress
Lucy, whom she called "a about 18 feet high, and the corresponding Information & Reservations

dainty little girl," was a four- bigness of the CALL FR 6-4641 I Ipft.

poster canopied bed, a well- rooms. WORLD TRAVEL : Boys SLACKS f SLACKS !
thumbed paperback biographyof In the family sitting room at
Senator Barry Goldwaterand the west end of the house a SERVICE
beige, slipcovered sofa is in I II
record
a portable player.A
magazine with Jacqueline ;front of the arched window that I __808 W. UNIV. AVE. I 2 for 9.00
S 2.88
Kennedy on the cover lay on -ii 4 S I- ii, S

Lucy's. desk, as did a newspaper -. Si/wmron I wrr

clipping :titled "Diel ; .
Foods." Lucy recently lost a SLIM REGULAR r
tremendous amount of weight; LADIES SPORTSWEARC0NTINUING
the President likes the women I i Prints Set. the Pace with AND HUSKY f Rich, expertly tailored

around him slender.. slacks of durable AcnSport
'J OUR I Shirt Savings CHOOSE FROM lan acrylic 'n rayon

In the President and MrsJohnson's I ? Corduroy D anon yyx in plain or pleated!
bedroom, dominate. ? ,; front styles! Wash 'n
I I 3 5 00 And Rayon, and wear! ironing
by a kin gsized bed, a white for Touch-up -
plaster plaque had been ce- JANUARY SALERegrouped t Acrilan Flannel In wanted colors!
I In Sizes 8-18 l
Capture the stylishsporty look at Pen- Y:

Fashion neys budget-saving prices. . with 100% All Easy Care c ; .'f
Additional Markdowns cotton printed broadcloth sport shirts. Fabrics
i Long sleeves, button down fronts or tab i
collar. Many colors and patterns.
ShowsGiven Selected Group From Regular Stock

CHECK LIST OF SAVINGS ALL DEPARTMENTS

SWEATERS I
GIRL'S WOMEN'S Nation-Wide@ MEN'S FLANNEL MELMAC

Three audiences viewed BLOUSES *, 1/4 HANDBAGS
DRESSES PAJAMAS 6 Sets Only
'Fashions To Spy at PKY" on SHEETS
This is 'a 63-P.ece Set
Thursday at the P. K. Yonge ASSORTMENTS _
.' To Wear Now and Later. 100pio Cotton
Washcble.
Auditorium. The parade of i j SLACKS .: b DURING REDUCED
to REDUCED TO CLEAR. Including Madras.SAVE 15.00
styles was presented by students -I Small Med
Sizes 3-14
in the home economic 1 Marshmallow, PENNEYS BIG Large: XL. 2.00

classes under the direction of I SKIRTS .- 1.99 ea. Plastics 1.99 JANUARY WHITE RUGS

Mrs. Kelsey Ingle, home economics MEN'S
teacher. i 1/2 GOODS EVENT. and runners
All fashions shown were made i JACKETS GIRLS WOMEN '
by the students. 1 SWEATERS 4'x6' & 24"x144"ROBES
Elementary school students I ,LUGGAGE full 81'xtOS"
I OFF flat a Selection In 100% woof, 4.88
attended the morning show, CO-ORDINATES r
; Many styles in solids, ELAStA-FIT 1 .64 100% orlons. In small, .
while students from Buch- VANITY TRAIN CASES botton ......
holz, Westwood, Gainesville stripes. Quilted. Sizes Include Mirror. Med.umLorge. INFANTS KNIT

High School, Fort White High' DRESSESSihmant 4.10. Colors: Cases 42..x 36" 76c
Scicol: Bradford County High EDUCED TO Blue, Vlhlte 3.00. 2 for. .. . .. S.88EEPERS,

School, Ocala Senior High and I 1 88-6.88 twin 72"xl0S" ONE LOT
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Howard Bishop Junior High flat or REDUCED. TO CLEAR.
School, witnessed an afternoon i BRAIDED ELASTFIT .146 BOY'S Izes 1 11L: 2
bottom
presentation. FABRICS ONLY 1.33
Parents and friends attended FLANNEL
RUGS -
the evening show. Denim w4tite SHIRTS

Miss Lucy Lang of Tallahassee Percale l .: Count on Penn 's to give you DECORATOR
of Home Everglaze@! .9 X 12 buy. of bum these sheets
Area Supervisor on. 1 100% Cotton Plaids. PILLOWS
linen like Weaves OVAL famous for their firm, balanced
Economics from the state de- Vt .
I % 51 i zes 8-18
partment, was a guest at the 1r *, .,And Other Favorites IMPORTED first i eave.quality their: Always afways.a big flawless buy! Big i Fluffy, ComfortabJe.

afternoon fashions presentation.The were .presented ; 38c.yd. 27.77 now! Hurry stock-up 5rodarl 0 0 4 for 5.00

::1 during a skit in which models I 225 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6.3502Free

;l as classmates of l-'. K. Yonge II YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD GOOD :IN EVERY PENNEY STORE

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1'Calendar r Hi! New Status Symbol Your Child I can use paint on the dials.---|'

: I tried that, too, and it works

beautifully. However, I sus.

By JOY MILLER !They're usually well-educated; whether it's best for him." must be a heightening of self-. grtJHfllIr1; I pect that some dials are

Of EventsMONDAY AP Women's. Editor some are full of psychological! What's to be done? confidence so that mothers made of a plastic which remover i
I jargon such as group', "The feeling of she ; g might just dissolve so
peer experts, .
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NEW YORK (AP) Are youa i aren't so eager to depend on JsyJ/e/ofee Cruse I be sure to SPOT TEST IT
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Good Mother? "sibling rivalry, 'socio economic says, "is that there seems to
their children and not so competitive FIRST.
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January 20 Do you have the best-dressed, status. i be no solution per se, but i it t:

Gainesville Garden Club, -fededucated, mannered, "The tend will sift down I. must come as a willingness by, with other mothers.: DEAR HELOISE: and yours for years to come. Wouldn't it be awful if you
Board of Directors, 9:30 a.m., medicated, -cultured and through the ranks, as permis-, mothers who do this worshipingsort The mother must find herself Please tell people not to destroy MOST SINCERELY, ended up with no dials?
Community Room, Guaranty Fe- -adjusted child on your block? siveness did some years back."i of thing'' to realize some, in terms of her own capacities: all those Christmas RETIRED HUSBAND HELOISE

deral Savings and Loan Build- Do you buy him toys that are Martha admits that most of:I thing is wrong with! it. There instead of her child's." cards. Just put them in a box *

ing.St. age-graded for children several this kind of pressure to make and set it aside for a few IS you, sir, for your beauli-es I DEAR HELOISE:
Jude's Circle of St. Pat years older because you're-sure :your child the very best-is probably months. .don't clean up too ; Bless you, sir, for your beautiful I wash my plastic bags and
rick's Church, 8:30: pm., Mrs.A. he's that smart good "That is, if it's the AndersonsToMark50th words. bowl covers by putting them in
W. Row, 114 SW 23rd Drive. push for the child to realize his fast.The with my white clothes whenI
Do know
I you just he's Ivy day will come along I You must be a wonderful
Women of the Moose, 8 p.m., material potential, and not:the push to do the laundry. The hot water
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League when you are depressed, dreary i i person. Kiss your wife, have
J Moose Lodge Hall. ,i i If you've nodded happily four satisfy parents' drives. If par' Anniversary and disgusted. .a cup of coffee for all of us, and bleach in the washer

Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae?,I times, steel yourself for a jolt. dents fulfill themselves through This is the time to get out ,and know that we love you.HELOISE. keeps them sweet and clean.DOTS
Club E. I their kids instead of off I'
Mrs. Tew
8pm., Toy going I ,
You might be one of the mothers that box of cards and go i
902 NW 9th Avenue. ,and fulfilling themselves on ALACHUA Mr. and Mrs. erts, Orlando; Mrs. W" H. Anderson '' *
,I Martha Weinman Lear has I through them again! It will give P. S. Wish you were in our!
Gainesville Rose 81 i their hook the is i Henry Anderson of Alachua will O'Brien Fla. Mrs. Paul
Society own push : ; DEAR HELOISE:
written a book about the (you a lift to recall your(home. It's a mess! Complete
p.m., Guaranty Federal Sav-!mothers who use their children]destructive. I I be honored at an open house Philpot, Lake City; Mrs J. J. ;friends. We were all busy during -{chaos.beds! not made, the I After you have left your
ings and Loan Building. :as status symbols and make "I don't mean to intimate that I given by their ten children in Cortez, Columbus, Ga.; James: the Holidays. You aren'tnow {kitchen full of dishes to be house have you ever wonderedif
City Panhellemc Association,; any of this is conscious- observance of their golden wed- Anderson, Alachua; Mrs. Lavon you put out the flame under
parenthood a competitive sport, very . (washed. .and no one seems to
8 p.m., Mrs. Richard Bowles!, in short, "The Child Worship- although it sometimes may be- ding anniversary on Saturday, Mauldin High Springs, and Buy a few post cards and,,care! This shows that love and the pot on the stove?
827 NW 15th Avenue. : or ill-intentioned. The parents January 25. Mrs. R. L. Williams, Titusville.All .
jers.- answer those who thought of j happiness are the most im- Here is
Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30: About four years ago Martha love the child, but they want to The open house is to be held relatives and friends are you during the Holiday. Sure, member a good way to je-

I p.m., Recreation Center. Weinman was working for the be the best parents by havingthe from 2 to 8 p.m. in the LaCrosse invited to attend.Lettuce some were probably sent rou-
TUESDAY, January 21 .New York Times. :j! best child." Clubhouse, LaCrosse. I tine..but. .who knows but GUESS WHO? When you go to turn out the

College of Education Wives! First Story A Spoof \ Some of the results, she says, Host and hostesses for the DelightAdd i what they would really like flame, pick up the pot and putit

Club, Card Party, 8 p.m., Un-, One story she wrote was, she may be very serious such as !party will be the Anderson's finely diced cucumber, to hear from your personally? i[DEAR HELOISE: on another burner! You may

iversity Women's Clubhouse. i says, "meant to be a mild spoofon I ulcers in small children. I children: celery and pimiento to culturedsour : Happy New Year to you and You know how many times ,not remember putting the
P. K. PTA flame out but will
I Yonge Executives mothers who keep their chil- 'The child is the victim," she .I Mrs. Rosa Lee Taylor, La- cream; season with vine- all our Heloise friends. i we wash our kitchen ranges you remember
Board, 7:30 p. m., Faculty dren looking spiffy" to the tune'points out, "but it is a pretty Crosse, Mrs. Earl Seavers, Ma- gar (or lemon juice) and a sus- My wife and I love reading :and stoves. picking up the pot!

Lounge.Business and Professional Wo I of $200 dresses for 4-year-olds, exotic way to be a victim, get-I dina, Tenn.; C. M. Anderson, picion of sugar and serve over;letters in your column each!I I found that I could no longer *ANN*HOPKINS

men's Club, Program and Din- $1,800 little girl mink coats, ting the best of everything, 'Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Robert Rob- hearts of lettuce. Iday. May the Lord Bless )'OUiUFWomen'sClub read the settings on the dials.DEAR HELOISE:
wispy "training bras" in size for each burner
on our stove.
ner meeting, 7 HolidayInn. For a of in
pm., change pace TV
28AA for girls of 10 or younger.A You know: on, off, high, low
HasCast-A-Way i 'snacks, make up a batch of Pan-
psychologist, to whom she
etc. .
Tuesday Evening Supper Club I wiches. ;
of Gainesville, 6 p.m., 1402 had appealed for some light on It made it confusing for someone
West University Avenue. this relatively recent phenomenon who did not know the rangeas These are really dollar-sized
WEDNESDAY, January 22 of making clotheshorses of By EDNA SILK Mrs. Robert C. Stanton en-!uate student at the Universityof born, Mrs. Harry Prystowskyand well as I did! pancakes. Let them cool and

Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 the very young, explained it, First party of the new tri;tertained with organ music during Florida from the Philippines, Mrs. Charles Cowles. Win- Our remedy for this is very then take your knife and gently

p.m., Holiday Inn. this way mester: for the University Wom dinner and also for dancing.i entertained with an authentic dow murals showing a view of simple. crease each one in the centerso

I Cosmos Club, Sewing and Cov i The child is being used to en's Club was a Cast-A-Way, L. Rush Jordan was master Tinikling dance of the Philip beach and mountains were exe- Take some bright, red nail that they may be folded
; ered Dish Luncheon, Noon, express the parents' station in dinner dance: given last night of ceremonies.Mrs. polish and paint all over these overFill.
Mrs. Irva B. Griffith, 1423 NW t life; the mother is wearing the in the banquet room of the Student -j Alex G. Smith, enter- pines. Two bamboo poles were cuted by Mrs. Juergen Ihns, indented markings; let dry each one with a different .

6th Street. child as a beautiful accessory, Service Center, which was I tainment chairman, also servedas clicked in rhythm for a musi- and Mrs. T. N. Wells. and then take nail polish remover spread. I usually put jelly

Democratic Women's Club, as a status sjmbol. transformed into an island set choreographer and directorof cal background by Mr. and Mrs. Pepper Rodgers, chair- and put some on a bit in some, jam in others. Peanut

Board Meet, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ar: Intrigued, Martha decided to i the Lei Wahini Hula, a styliz- Mrs. Carlos Santos as Miss Ha- of cotton and lightly go over butter wonderul, cheese or
nold Butt, 31 SW 43rd Terrace.i find out more. She started her ting.Guests were greeted "on the ed-island native dance. man of the social committee, the smudge of red fingernail polish ham is excellent, salami, etc.
!book while still with the Times, II dalto danced between the poles. was assisted by Mrs. Mel Greer These are to be folded over In
University City Bridge Club, beach" by two native girls, Dancers appearing in Hawaiian -
then got a leave of absence to Mrs. 'Edgar Kopp and Mrs. Co-chairman, and Mrs. Charles All of the excess polish will half, Taco-style.
7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW I Mr. John Baxter and Mrs. Lamar dress were Mrs. A. R. Bed- t tE
15th Terrace. !do research. She was married a Crevasse, and presentedwith narek, Mrs. E. W. Bock, Mrs.!E iW. C. Thomas Jr. were cochairman Cowles, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ihns, come off, except where you They are super scrumptious.I .

Chapter AP, P.E.O. Sister year later to Dr. Harold Lear, colorful leis. Island decorations i W. E. Carter, Mrs. W. S. Hen- [ for the dinner-dance. .Mrs. Harry Prystowsky, Mrs. want it to stay on. .right in always make a big batchof
hood, 10:30 a.m., Mrs. E. R. but kept on with her project. "It were colorful with I i dry, Miss Barbara Keller, and!I Mrs. J. V. Saunders was chair- James Richardson Mrs. the little grooves. Presto! You these dollar-sized panwiches -
took Guy
me better than three of the Newcomers can read them clearly and it and watch them disappear
Woodward
Mrs. D. T. Williams, and "views" of!Mrs. S. E. Leland Jr. ,man group
palms, jungles,
601 NW 23rd Street. years, she says, "with last the beach and sea. David Stryker directed the{I I who worked with the University Welborn and Mrs. Wells. looks very neat. before our very eyes.
Gainesville Chess Club, 8,year pretty much writing." I I Women's Club in planningthis Try it. These are excellent when filled -
Tables were arranged in a;,"Kane Kapers" in a riotous
p.m.. Gainesville Recreat i ion! Competitive ParentsIn event. I IIi Aiding in the hospitalities DEVOTED with small patties of ham.
musical number.Included .
half Within the
her research she sought out moon shape. ) I .*. *
Center. burger, too, and quite a change
Mrs. Mrs. Crevasse
THURSDAY, January 23 I areas where competitive parenthood circle, the luau buffet was I in the group of Mrs. Ronald Cowden designed were Baxter, Ladies, I suggest that be- from the usual doughy bun
Retired Teachers Associa-' was practiced most i i served from tables decorated!beachcombers were Stanley S. Ii the name tags, which were Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Jr., fore you try this method you L. D.

I tion, Florida Museum, 9:30: flagrantly schooling, children's!with driftwood, tropical fruits!'Ballard, Robert H. Bowers, made by Mrs. Kenneth Smith, .Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Saunders, SPOT TEST the gadgets *
social and flowers arranged by Mrs. Thomas G. Carpenter, W. C. Mrs. Ed Garrett, and Mrs. ....
a. m.. 201 Seagle Building camps, pediatrics, areas. 'I :Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cowden, which you are going to coat I DEAR HELOISE:
"I John Davis and Mrs. James I Childers, Lamar Crevasse I Claude Ellison. .
can't that it's ,
say sweep- with nail and I to
Golden Age Club, 1:30 Mr. and Mrs. Ballard, Mr. and polish un coat I apply liquid wax my
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City Recreation Center. p.m"1 ing across the country" Mar- Richardson.The Richard Dr e s d n er, John W. Program covers were designed : with i nail polish remoI I floors (linoleum or wood) with-
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Mrs. Donald Wilcox Gen. and
tha d i "but it's small tables were decorated Hoover, Samuel P. Martin, A. A. I ,
Gainesville Garden Club says j u ciously, by Edgar Kopp and Mrs. er! Here's why: I an insect sprayer! This is
cles: important because it's a trend. by Mrs. M a urice Yeates Murphree, Leonard S. Powers, I Stanley Ballard was a consult- :Mrs. Robert P. Hollis, Mr. and I do not know what your I much easier and more convert

9:30: am., Begonia, Mrs. L. Like in home deocration or fash- and Mrs. James Heyes with'Harry H. Sisler, David Stryker : ant on the island theme. Mrs. Kopp, Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers dials are made of. . lent than the usual method. Not
H Thompson, 1026 NE 3rd ion or child-rearing it starts in pineapple and candle center Irving Waglow, and Butler Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mr. I have tested five differ only saves soiling cloths and applicators
Street, Chrysanthemum, Mrs. pacesetting communities pieces. Fresh fruit bowls marked Waugh. Entrance and stairway decorations and Mrs. Ihns, Mr. and Mrs. ent top brands and it works but applies beautiful-.
Elwood Keister 1554 NW 21st among people well up on the social each place. Philippine Dance Given i I of tropical foliage were Gavan and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- on all of them so far. Others I ly
Avenue: Daisy, Mrs. H. L.I and economies sea I e. Music By Mrs. Stanton IxacttMr t Miss Tracita Hadalto, a grad- arranged by Mrs Guy Wel- ardson. have written that you I MARIE M.
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anthus, Mrs. Lindley Cellon, Al SHOP 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY USE Central Charge B-L Charge or Layaway :,'." :e'.-...". "
achua; Gardenia, Guaranty Fe- ::;. ..
deral Bank; Hibiscus, Mrs. H. f'. .. 11
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Spencer,
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; Palm, Mrs. William Soll- f. ....
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9:45: a.m., Gloriosa, Mrs. WillIams 1 it :r'J
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Costain, 2610 SW 9th \ ". ;-
Drive; Magnolia, Mrs. Henry L. :'A,' 'C. u'i 1 \ THE STORE WITH MORE .'..
Gray, 837 NE 5th Avenue; 1MNESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER "e .
/ 10:00: a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs. I ;w,. ,-. 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ...e'
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'i Robertson 315 SW 12th ", ; ; .
George >
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l'30 p.m., Camellia, Mrs. Her-
shel Haynes, 2210 NW 6th ; I ....

Place: 5 I t'\/ \ -,
2:00 p.m.. Founders, Mrs. C. t
W. Pennington, 1736 NW 14th )

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3:00: p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. B. .
'\'. Webb, 2062 NW 11th Road; .
Dogwood, Mrs. Walter Wynn, ? r r YtY o ''+' y

318 NW 15th Avenue: Lotus,
Mrs James A. Chadwick, 823
NW 5th Avenue; Rose, Mrs. O' \\
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Neal Cox, 1639 NW 11th Road; 4'
8:00: p.m.. Carnation, Guar- y
anty Federal Building; Geranium \

Mrs. Dell Willard, 3826 SW I .
18th Street (Idjlwild); Hydrangea .
Mrs. T. E. Freeman, 414

NW 3ith Terrace; Jasmine, ."
Mrs. Albert Flage, New berry .q

Road. .
FRIDAY, Januar>' 24 r Y

Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 c '
a.m., Holiday Inn. f ;

Gainesville Woman's Club, > r ,f s
Bridge Party, 9:30: ajn., Club-


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make-ahead salad that is \ I %

fine for a meatless lunch. .
'aN a .
Cream of Corn Soup ? .

Tomato Bread Shrimp Tray Aspic ; aew FILL YOUR CLOSET .

Peach Cobbler Beverage :
:
TOMATO SHRIMP ASPIC 0.'a ; \ .
1 envelope unflavored gelatin I :

2 1 cups teaspoon tomato sugar juice I WITH POPLIN COORDINATES ) .

1 teaspoon Worcestershiresauce I ,;

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1 can ((4ounces) cleaned ,
deveined shrimp : minimum-care Dacron polyester and cotton '
Salad greens and sliced en.' A A a .:::

cumber .
Mayonnaise ::

Sprinkle gelatin over }* cup* tines l.- ". .
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cold tomato juice to soften.

Heat remaining tomato juice Ito j care to the minimum.Three newsy career-gir' colors: covert tan, navy, black.: Misses 818., .

almost boiling; add softened -, I .I'r
gelatin, sugar and Worcestershire -' a. .A-Ine; jumper with big patch pockets .'...!*J.. fstriped . '..
d. SHn shirt,web b.lt. K ';5.99 *
sauce; stir until gelatin -\ r blouse burmuda collar roll-up .. 5.99 f;
is dissolved. Chill until i '(,, .-' , sleeves, beige blue red . . . . . .'. . 3.99 Sli jiif. latticiztd I waist. ,m. 4.99 .. ..
s f. Jamaica .
shoe, web belt. t xft
slightly thickened. Drain I .
5.99
: : ; 'g. 4 gore A-G.o ikirt. web belL( I
shrimp; 'rinse in'cold water and il b. Coachman style r front-button wrap skirt . s 6.99 ..
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drain again; fold into gelatin convertible_ collar blouse roll-up sleeves.'. 3.99 ;; .
mixture. Turn into individual / J .::... I

molds; chill until set. Unmoldon ?ey t. Kick-pleat culotte with web belt .".' :..,7.94t, l V4"if c;. / ._ .
salad greens; garnish with 1.aot 1 bill i'-t 1 com print cotton blouse, roll-up sleeves".'. 3.99' - ......

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Garden Club Notes 26 SEMI-ANNUAL STOREWIDE .'A' .


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By GWEN BENZ ..
GARDEN NOTES: The month of January is named for the lt/ STOCKTAKING CLEARANCE
Roman God Janus, the two-faced, who looked both forward and

back.So now we, too, look forward and to the Spring glory of

daffodils and tulips, hyacinths and narcissus, of velvet-faced Odd Lots Discontinued Numbers, Broken Size 'or Color Ranges, Plus Some Specially
pansies and all of the gorgeous colors of the annuals. We look ,
back in memory to last Springs' flowering trees in other gardens ) SAVE 25 % TO
(Indicated
star *
the dogwood and redbud, the dainty laciness of plum Purchased Items Priced Low as Markdowns. by a

trees in bloom, the heavenly fragrance of orange blossoms. We
recall our promise to ourselves. "That's for us." Well, now is 50% OR EVEN MORE' IN THIS 26th SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING CLEARANCE

the time to plant our own.
r It is the goal of the members of the Florida Federation of -----
r Garden Clubs to plant 180,000 trees; three trees per member
'i i each year for two years. So, before you plant, take time to *189 TUSSY LIPSTICKS, Reg. 1.00 .................. SALE V2 PRICE

plan. Consider tree planting in relation to its surroundings, 39 ARPEGE SPRAY COLOGNE ...................... SPECIAL 3.00 JANUARY SPECIALS

the size it will be at maturity, and the purpose it is expected 19 MY SIN SPRAY COLOGNE ...................... SPECIAL 3.00

l", to serve. 60 TUSSY COLOGNE, Reg. 1.00 .................. SALE Vz PRICE GOSSARD BRAS O WARNER'S"TOMORROW"
Dogwood and Oriental Magnolia .
f may be used in the founda The show will be at the 160 WRISLEY BUBBLE BATH IN BUD VASE,

t tion plantings at the corners of Guaranty Federal Building Were 1.00 ........................................................ NOW 39c REG. 2503.95 BRAS

your home. Flowers of the Oriental (:Community: Room at 8 p.m. WRISLEY BATH SOAP ................................ SPECIAL 8/88c Rer. 2.50
Magnolia make distinc- Members of the Judges Council SALE 1.992.99MAIDENFORM
42 HAND & DRESSER MIRRORS,
tive material for use in flower will judge these arrangements. SALE 1.99
designs. Crepe-Myrtle (all colors Refreshments will be servedy Were 1.69-3.98 ... ' ...................... NOW 99c-2.99

I and varieties) are excellent 1 1t > the hostesses for the evening 36 REVLON "INTIMATE" MIST .................... SPECIAL 2.00 BRAS, JANTZEN PADDED
t for street trees, and it continues i: Mrs. B. J. Allen, Mrs. Gerald UMBRELLAS, Orig. 2.99-8.50 ................ SALE 1.99-4.99

( to bloom all summer if pruned 2 W. Evans, and Mrs. Billy P. RAINCOATS, Were 1.98 ................................ NOW 1.39 REG. 3.95-4.95 SALE 2.99 BRAS
The Golden ]Mitchell.
after flowering.
MAIDENFORM GIRDLES REG. 3.95
Rain Tree Redbud Parkin-
I sonia and Southern Magnolia ChrysanthemumJanuary Cosmetics Shop-Street FloorMISSES1 Reg. 6.95-8.95 Sale 5495.99 SALE 2.99
I. { are other flowering tress worthy meeting of the I
> : of your consideration in the tree :Chrysanthemum Circle will HOLLYWOOD-VASSARETTE BRAS,

planting project. If space does I I have a special program t on d REG. 3.95-5.00 ................. .........................SALE 2.99-3.99
Chrysanthemums e
not allow for a tree, then planta pres e n ANDJUNIORS7
WOMEN'S HOLLYWOOD VASSARETTE GIRDLES
shrub. How about a Camellia? by Mr. Charles Conover. ,

In the long years to come it The meeting will be at the REG. 3.95-7.95 ............................................SALE 2995.99
I may well substitute for a tree. home of Mrs. Elwood Keister, DRESSESWERE
,
Other reminders on the gard- 1554 NW 21st Avenue. Co-host-
eners calendar tell us that late esses are Mrs. Eugene H. 8.99-14.99
January or very early February .Boyles and Mrs. Henry R. 553 FAMOUS MAKE BRAS
is a good time to prune roses. Lyons.
At the same time, work in DaisyMembers NOW $4$5$6MISSES' INCLUDING GOSSARD WARNER
around the roots bonemealand
'
AND MAIDENFORMWERE
\ sheep manure to enrich the of the Daisy Circle
sojl because roses are greedy will have their first meeting of AND 2.00-10.00
feeders. the New Year at the home of WOMEN'S
,
,
Dig up and divide amaryllis 'Mrs. H. L. Monk, 806 NW 18th NOW 99c-3.99
that are getting crowded. Cut Terrace; assisting cohostessesare DRESSESWERE
back the leaves about half way, Mrs. R. G. Hoffman and JUNIORS
if they are not already frozen Mrs. John F. Andrews.
back. Save all roots possible. Guest speaker, Mrs. G. G. 14.99-25.99 166 Famous Make Girdles,
Use plenty of bonemeal in the Kirkpatrick of the Gloriosa
"
new bed for its long lasting Circle will have "Beauty at Panty Girdles & Combinations
qualities, and the slightly al- Home with Begonias" as her NOW $8$10$13MISSES7
kaline reaction which amaryllis subject.Soil INCLUDING GOSSARD HOLLYWOODVASSARETTE -
like. and pots for plantingwill ,

planting.Order Glads for February be on sale at the meeting. WOMEN'S AND JANTZEN & WARNERS

Daylily I WERE 3.9527.50Foundations
Mow rye grass with bladesset

high. Daylily Circle: will meet at JUNIORS' BETTER DRESSESWERE NOW 1:99-14:99: :
This is the most importanttime 9:30: a.m. at the home of Mrs.
for planting fruit trees W. C. Thomas Jr. Cohostesseswill
rose bushes, and flowering be Mrs. Ray Graves and 25.99-55.00
shrubs. It is also an excellent Mrs. Theodore George. Shop-2nd Floor
time to transplant shrubs that A program on "Factors NOW $15-$30
have grown too big for their Governing Ornamental PlantQuality'
present location. It is best '
will be given by
to cut back the shrub severelyas Mr. Charles S. Bush of the OVER 500 PIECES
many wandering roots are Florida State Plant Board.Dianthus . MISSES & JUNIORS FORMALS
cut off in the process of digging. I
j In this month of January
WORLD FAMOUS :
along with the tree planting Mrs. Lindley Cellon will be WERE 14.99-49.99 \,

ceremony of Arbor Day, the hostess for the Dianthus at her '- '. I
Gainesville Garden Club will home in Alachua, 9:30 a.m. NOW $10-$35
have three gardens open for Mrs. Henry Raattama will NYLON TRICOT
public viewing. These are the assist.
gardens of: Dress Shop-2nd
Floor
Mrs. Wilbur M. Harling, Dogwood
Jr., 1506 NW 14th Avenue; UNDIES
Dogwood Circle will meet
Mrs. C. W. Mathews 1130 NW i
Thursday, January 23rd at 3p.m.
13th the Street Wilmot; Memorial Gar- at the home of Mrs. Walter 5 ROYAL PASTEL MINK STOLES,
Wynn, 318 NW 15th Avenue. NYLON
dens, TRICOT SLIPS & PETTICOATS,
University Campus.All
Mrs. J. B. Carmichael will be
of these lovely gardens, the speaker. Her topic is to be REG. 259.00 SALE 199.00 WERE 3.95-10.95 .......... .. .
will be open on January 26 from . .. ....................NOW 1995.99
"The Oriental Influences in
r 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature "
"Garden Designs." Flower Hostesses Arranging.: Mrs. Wynn and 1 ROYAL PASTEL MINK STOLE, Reg. 299.00 .. SALE 259.00 NYLON TRICOT GOWNS,
EXECUTIVE BOARD Garden
Club Executive Board:members Mrs. H. B. Helms. 1 RANCH MINK STOLE, Reg. 349.00 .............. SALE 299.00 WERE 59519.95 ....................................NOW 39512.99
will hold their January meet- Founders'Founders' 1 AUTUMN HAZE MINK STOLE, Reg. 379.00, SALE 329.00
ing tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in NYLON TRICOT PAJAMAS & 3 PIECE SETS
the Community Room of the Circle will meetat 1 AUTUM HAZE & 1 CERULEAN

Guaranty Federal Savingsand 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. MINK STOLE, Reg. 449.00 ............................ SALE 399.00 WERE 10.95-19.95 ....................................NOW 7.9912.99NYLON
W. Pennington 1736 NW 14th
Loan Building. 1 TOURMALINE 1 AUTUMN HAZE & 1 RANCH
Circles will Avenue. Mrs. D. D. McGuireand ,
meet Thursdayas Mrs. C. C. Montgomery wilt MINK STOLE .... .. .. .. SALE 449.00 TRICOT ROBES & ROBE SETS
follows: Reg. 499.00 ... ........ ... . .
be assistant hostesses. Dr. Al-
AmaryllisMrs. exander Smith will speak on 1 CERULEAN MINK STOLE, Reg. 599.00SALE 4.99.00 WERE 219535.00 ..................................NOW 14.99-19.99

"Bonsai." 1 MINK DYED SQUIRREL STOLE, Reg. 139.00, SALE 119.00

Cesar Rivera will be the GardeniaGardenia 18 MINK COLLARS, Reg. 34.00 ........................ SALE 29.90 NYLON TRICOT PANTIES & PETTI PANTS
speaker for the Amaryllis
Circle meeting at 3 p.m. in the Circle will meet WERE 2.00-5.95 ........................................NOW 1.49-3.99
home of Mrs. B. W. Webb, 2062 rhursday, January 23rd at 'Fur Stoles2nd
NW 11th Road. Cohostesseswill 1:30 a.m. at the GuarantyFede Floor
be Mrs. S. S. Koru and ] r a 1 Bank Community
I:*oom. Mrs. Leo Thomas Jr.
Mrs."Fun H. without S.: Wolfe.Flowers" will will conduct a workshop. Hostesses LADIES I 100% CASHMERE COATS ...................... NOW 39.90

be Mrs. Rivera's topic. Although will be Mrs. C, G. Mixson LADIES WOOL OR CASHMERE COATS, FUR TRIMMED, 200 MISCELLANEOUS NYLON TRICOT OR
Jr. and Mrs. 0, Lee Gordon.Geranium .
ments will contemporary be included arrange-in Were 49.90-79,99 .............................. NOW 30.00.55.00LADIES COTTON SLIPS & PETTICOATS,
UNTRIMMED WOOL & WOOL BLEND COATS,
her presentation modern ar. The Geranium Circle will .. ........ 150030.00 WERE 3.98-5.98 ..........................................NOW 1003.00
rangements will be given major Were 19.90-45.00 .... ............ NOW
I meet at 8 p.m. at the home of
emphasis.Mrs. Mrs. Dell Willard, 3826 SW 18th LADIES TOPPERS & CAR COATS & JACKETS
Rivera member of :
a
the Begonia Circle is a nation- :Street (Idylwlld). Co-hojtesscs Were 9.90-45.00 ................................ NOW 60030.00 150 MISCELLANEOUS NYLON TRICOT PANTIES
will be Mrs R. C. Mason and
ally accredited flower show MISSES, WOMEN'S & JUNIORS' SUITS,
Mrs. R. L. Stanley. A program ... .. .... ........... ..........NOW
judge. on "Birds" is to be given.Gladiolus Were 199079.99 ............................ NOW 15.00-55.00 WERE 89c-2.00 ..... .. .. 50c-1.00

: BegoniaJanuary CoatS & SuitS SHop-2nd Floor
The Gladiolus Circle will 125 MISCELLANEOUS COTTON FLANNEL OR
of the
meeting meet at 10 ,.m. at the home of

on Begonia the 23,Circle at 9:30 will a.m.be at held the Mrs. George Robertson, 315 MISSES & JUNIORS BLOUSES (COTTON SILK, RAYONS CHALLIS PAJAMAS & LOUNGING SETS
SW 12th with Mrs.
home of Mrs. L. H. Thompson McLaurin Street as co-hostess. Henry & BLENDS) Were 2.99-10.99 ...................... NOW 1505.00 WERE 1.99-17.95 ........................................NOW 1.00.9.00
1026 NE 3rd Street. Cohostesses Colin Thompson, who is. MISSES & JUNIORS SKIRTS (WOOLS, COTTONS &

will be Mrs. H. C. Giles and associated with Crevasse's BLENDS) Were 3.99-12.99 .......................... NOW 2.00-9.00
Mrs.Wilbur R. H.Harling Whitehead.will presentthe I Nursery, will present a" program MISSES & JUNIORS SLACKS (WOOLS, RAYONS & 125 MISCELLANEOUS ROBES, (RAYON,

program entitled, "Help on "Landscaping. COTTONS), Were 5.99-12.99 .................... NOW 4.00-10.00 CORDUROY COTTON)
With Civic Project and Roadside Gloriosa MISSES & JUNIORS SHORTS (COTTON & CORDUROY) NYLON, FLANNEL, QUILTED

Development A short Gloriosa Circle will meetat Were 2.99-7.98 ....... .... ..................... NOW 1.50-5.00 WERE 39817.95 .....................................NOW 20011.00
business meeting will follow 9:45: ajn. at the home of Mrs. MISSES & JUNIORS 2-PIECE SETS, I

Williams Costain 2610 SW 9th Were 7.99-19.99 ........................................ NOW 4.00-15.00
Co-hostesses will be
Drive.
CamelliaCamellia Mrs. L. E. Schoonmaker and MISSES & JUNIORS JACKETS (SUEDE, LEATHER 150 MISCELLANEOUS GOWNS

Circle will meetat Mrs. J. P. Ahrano.L. & COTTON), Were 99845.00 .......... ..... NOW 60030.00 (COTTON, FLANNEL, RAYON OR NYLON) I
the home of Mn Herfhcl T., Nieland will talk on MISSES & JUNIORS FAMOUS MAKE & OTHER LASTEX OR

Haynes 2210 NW 6th Place, mer"Planting Gardens.for"Spring and Sum- COTTON SWIM SUITS, Were 9.99-19.99, NOW 500.10.00LADIES WERE 49813.00 ........................................NOW 3009.00 i

with Mrs. Albert C. Edgar ai SWEATERS (WOOL, ORLON BLENDS) 1t t 1I

assisting hostess Mrs Lamar HibiscusHibiscus Were 3.99-19.99 ............. ......................... NOW 30015.00 I
Hatcher will speak on "KnowHow" Circle will meet 25 MISCELLANEOUS SLIPPERS 1
secrets for flower shows.Carnation January 23 at 9:30 a.m. in LADIES SWEATERS ((100% IMPORTED CASHMERE),

the home of Mrs. H. J. Spencer, Orig. 19.99-29.99 ........... ................. .... ..... NOW 11.00 WERE 3.98 ........................................................ NOW 2.00 !i
824 NW 14th Avenue. Co-host- LADIES SWEATERS ((100% CASHMERE WITH GENUINE \

In looking ahead to the esses will be Mrs. Flake Parker MINK COLLARS) Were 59.99-79.99 ...... NOW 40.00-60.00 I
annual spring flower show, and Mrs. Ernest C. Rhodes. A -
the Carnation Circle will hold book review will be presented Sportswear ShOp-2nd Lingerie Shop2nd Floor. Ij
Floor ,
its own circle flower arrange- by Mrs. M. T. Hartman. .
ment show at their meeting thisaonth. (Continued On Page 8B)
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?W u STOCK-TAKING CLEARANCE: SALE -vh __.



Odd Lots, 'Discontinued Styles, Broken Size or Color Ranges, Etc. Plus Some Specially Purchased


Items Priced Low as Markdowns (and indicated bv a star *) .:


SAVE 25% TO 50% OR EVEN MORE IN THIS STOREWIDE CLEARANCE!


80 INFANTS & MIDGIE DRESSES. 110 YOUNG JUNIORS DRESSES, .-
MEN'S BANLON STRETCH SOCKS. ... .. .. ... ...... NOW 50c7.007S THIS IS THE TIME TO
Were 67c-10.99 Were 7.99-19.99 . NOW 4.00-14.0C
Were 1.00 . . . . . . . . NOW 69c, 3/2.00 HANDMADE INFANTS PINAFORES.
MEN'S "SIZED" SOCKS, Were 1.99.. .. .............. .. NOW 15923.00 34 YOUNG JUNIORS SKIRTS,
20 INFANTS CAR. COATS. Were 5.99-6.99. NOW 4005.00 Were 59911.99 . 0 . . . NOW 3.00-7.00 a
Were 1503.00 . . . . . . NOW 1002.00 OPEN A "C.B.A.
( 10 INFANT GIRLS COAT & BONNET SETS 83 YOUNG JUNIORS! BLOUSES,
MEN'S COTTON ARGYLE SOCKS SPECIAL 3/1.00 Were 14.99 .. .... . ... ........... . NOW 9.99 Were 1.99-7.99 . . . . . NOW 1.00-4.00
MEN'S FINE! COTTON HANKIES 40 3-PIECE CORDUROY SETS
Were 1502.50 . . . . . . . . . NOW 1.00 90 Were INFANTS 5.99-7.99 DIAPER. .SHIRT, . ...SETS.. ......... NOW 4005.00 25 YOUNG Were 16.99-38.00 JUNIORS .COATS. . . NOW 120025.00 WILSON'S CONTINUING

MEN'S COTTON HANKIES, Were 3.00-6.98 .. . . . . ...... NOW 2004.00 10 YOUNG JUNIORS CAR COATS. C B A
Were 39-1.00 . . . . . . . . NOW 25e-50c 170 INFANTS 2-PIECE CRAWLER SETS. Were 7.99-16.99 . . . . NOW 5.00-10.00 BUDGET ACCOUNT
Were 2997.99 . . .. . ... . NOW 2.00-5.00
FAMOUS MAKE MEN'S JEWELRY (Disc. Styles) HANES ANNUAL SALE TRAINING PANTIES. SLIP-OVER 50 YOUNG JUNIORS SWEATERS,
Reg. 1505.95 . . . . . . . SALE /j-/a OFF UNDERSHIRTS. Reg. 2/1.29 SALE 20% OFF-2/1.03 Were 4.99-8.99 . . . . . NOW 3.00-5.CO ABC WM-SON'S, C.B.A.

MEN'S GIFT ITEMS, Were 1.95-10.95, NOW V3 OFFMEN'S -HAKES.ANNUAL. .SALE. . .SNAP. .. UNDERSHIRTS.. 30 YOUNG JUNIORS SLACKS,
Ref] 2/1.59 SALE 20% OFF-2/1.57 Were 2998.99 . . . . . NOW 2.00-5.00 CBA
0
FAMOUS MAKE SHORT SLEEVED SPORT 165 INFANTS WINTER SLEEPERS & SLEEPING BAGS. IS EASY AS ABCHERE'S
SHIRTS, Were 3.00-5.00 . . . NOW 1.592.99MEN'S Were 1.59-6.99 o. . . .. . . . NOW 1.004.00WEE 7 YOUNG JUNIORS( ROBES,
NOBLE TRAINING PANTIES. Reg. 49c . SALE 3/1.00 Were 10.98 0" 0 . . . . . . . NOW 7.00
FAMOUS MAKE LONG SLEEVED SPORT 25 INFANTS SACQUE SETS GOWNS KIMONOS. 12 YOUNG JUNIORS RAINCOATS,
SHIRTS,Were 4008.95 . . NOW 3005.00 UNDERSHIRTS. Were 59c-7.98 0 . NOW 25c-5.00 Were 22912.99 . . . . . NOW 1.50-8.00 HOW IT WORKS FOR YOU:
100 INFANTS RUBBER PANTIES, DIAPER COVERS
1 MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE LONG SLEEVED SPORT Were 69c-1,98 . . . . . . . . NOW 25e-99e 50 YOUNG JUNIORS HALF-SLIPS & YOU DECIDE HOW MUCH YOU WISH
SHIRTS Were 4.00-5.95 . . 0 NOW 2003.00 25 INFANTS GIFT SETS. Were 2.98-6.95 NOW 2004.00 BOUFFANTS, Were 2.00-6.00. NOW 1.50-2.00
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE LONG SLEEVED SPORT INFANTS CURITY DIAPERS. Reg. 3.89 Doz., SALE 3.00 DOZ. 48 YOUNG JUNIOR SLACK OR SHORTS SETS, TO PAY MONTHLY (Set the amount to

SHIRTS, Were 4.00-5.00 . NOW 3.59, 3/10.00 INFANTS INFANTS BIRDSEYE 2-PIECE WINTER DIAPERS.SLEEPERS Rea. 1.99 SPCIAL. . SALE 1.59 1.69 2/3.00 DOZ. Were 5.99-17.99 . . . . . NOW 3.00-10.00 suit your budget)
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE LONG SLEEVED SPORT INFANTS BLANKET SLEEPERSUP 40 YOUNG JUNIORS SWIM SUITS.
SHIRTS! Were-2.99-5.00 . . NOW 1.59,2/3.00 ( TO 6 YEARS) . . .. . . 0 . SPECIAL 2.99 Were 4.99-10.99 . . . . 0 NOW 3.00-5.00 e IF YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARE:
INFANTS KNIT GOWNS & KIMONOS Reg. 1.25 SALE 99e 75 YOUNG JUNIORS WINTER PAJAMAS.
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE TIES
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Were 1.50-3.50 . . . . . . NOW 25cI.49MEN'S 60 Were INFANTS 1293.50 CARRIAGE. ... .SHOES. .. .. . . .. . NOW 50c-.2.00 Were 4.00-6.00 . . . . . NOW 1.00-4.00
100 INFANTS WINTER BONNETS & HELMETS. 72 YOUNG JUNIORS SUMMER PAJAMAS, $
DACRON SCARFS, Were 2.98. NOW 1.00 Were 1.99-2.99 . . . . . ..... ... NOW 50c-1.00 Were 3.00-5.00 . ..,. . . . NOW 1.00-3.00 I 3iOI315$2O I S25130 I
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE LONG SLEEVED DRESS 35 INFANTS SOCKS OR TIGHTS 65 YOUNG JUNIORS NYLON TRICOT PAJAMAS
SHIRTS, Were 3005.95 . . NOW 2.CO4.00MEN'S 70 Were INFANTS 45c-3.50 SWEATERS.. , Were. ...2994.99. .. . . .....NOW NOW 1503.00 25c-2.00 AND SETS, Were 4.00-10.98 NOW 2.00-7.99

FAMOUS MAKE SWEATERS, 100 INFANTS CORDUROY COVERALLS
Were 89517.95 . . . . . NOW 60012.00 Were 1.99-3.99 . . . . ... NOW 1.50-.3.00 Young Juniors ShoP-Street Floor THEN YOUR CBA LIMIT IS:
55 INFANTS CORDUROY COVERALLS.
MEN'S KNIT POLOS, 50 NIFANTS ROMPERS. Were 1591.99 .. NOW 1001.50
Were 4005.00 . . . . . . NOW 2003.00 135 INFANT WJLOS. Wore 99c-2.95 . . . NOW 50c-1.39 200 FABRIC CLOVES

MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE PAJAMAS.Reg. 115 180 INFANT INFANTS SWIM CRIB BLANKETS.SUITS. Were PILLOW 1.29-3.50.CASES.NOW QUILTS.79c-2.50 WERE 2.00-3.50 ............NOW 59c-1.99 $60 X XAS $

or Shorty, Were 3.00-7.95 NOW 2005.00 SHAWL. Were .00-3.QQ .......... NOW 1003.00 I I9O312O315OI$18O I
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE TEE SHIRTS. 50 INFANTS CRIB BUMPERS. 10 STRETCH OR SIZED LEATHER GLOVES
Were /Jq-'i.gg ... . ...... .... NOW 1004.00
ATHLETIC SHIRTS, & BOXER SHORTS, 16 BA SINFTTF PAD SETS. Were 2.99 ... . . NOW 2.00 WERE 2.99-9.00 ............NOW 1995.99
Were 1.00-1.50 . . . . . . . . . NOW 50eMEN'S .INFANT Ri-CEIVINft: BLANKETS. Reg. 2/89c '. SALE 2/77e
BRIEFS *LAP<;E SIZE RECEIVING BLANKETS. 40 BELTS PAYMENTS ARE MADE YOU ARE
NYLON SCANT . .. .. . . . . . . .
Orig. 1.50 . . . . . . . . . . . SALE 49c Ren. 2/1.50 SALE 67c EACH WERE 1.00-3.00 ............NOW 25c-1.99 ENTITLED TO THAT MUCH MORE
FITTED CRIB
SHEETS (WHITE OR PASTELS).
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE DRESS SLACKS, Rea. 1.00 . . .. . . .. 0 .. . . ....... SALE 77e .
Were 149518.95 . 0. . . . . . NOW 12.99 FITTED CRIB SHEETS (PRINTS). ReQ. 1.19 ...... SALE 1.00 GloVe Shop-Street Floor OPEN YOUR CBA ACCOUNT TODAY .
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE DRESS & CASUAL INFANTS HOODED TOWELS. Reg. 2.00 ........ SALE 1.69 ASK ANY SALES PERSON AT WILSON'S! .

SLACKS, Were 6.95-12.95 . . . NOW S.OOMEN'S 20 MISCELLANEOUS NURSERY ITEMS
0. Were 50c-3.98 . ... . . .. . . ..... NOW 25e-2.00 900 INITIAL, SWISS & PRINT HANKIES, ---
FAMOUS MAKE DRESS & CASUAL 45 INFANT DIAPER BAGS. Were 2.99 ... . . NOW 2.00 SPECIAL 4/1.00 NEW SHIPMENT!
SLACKS. Were 4986.99 . . . NOW 2003.00 9 JAR SETS fr DIAPER PAILS, .....
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE SUITS, Were 2.00-6.99 0 . . . .......... 1005.00 6 RONSON TABLE LIGHTERS,

Were 399549.95 . . . . . . . NOW 29.90MEN'S 5 JUMP CHAIRS. Were 5.99 ............ . . NOW 3.00 WERE 20.00 ......................NOW 15.99 JUST ARRIVED! ..
6 YEAR. CRIBS Reg. 29.95 ...... ......... SALE 24.00
FAMOUS MAKE SUITS, CRIB MATTRESSES. Reg. 129519.95 ..... SALE 20% OFF 6 RONSON POCKET LIGHTERS,
. . . . NOW 39.90.49.90MEN'S
Were 499579.95 MNFANTS SEATS. Reg. 6.99 . . . . ...... . SALE 3.99 WERE 14.95 .......................NOW 11.99 37 PIECES
FAMOUS MAKE SUITS, INFANTS STROLLERS Reg. 19.95-22.95 SALE 149919.99
Weer 100.00-125.00 . . . NOW 79.90-99.90 30 MISCELLANEOUS DOLLS & PLUSH TOYS. 450 PIECES COSTUME JEWELRY, SAMSONITE"HORIZON" .:
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE SPORT COATS, Were 20012.99 .................. NOW 1008.00 WERE 1.00-2.00 ............NOW 25c-1.00 ,
Were 199575.00 . . . . NOW 149059.90 FAMOUS MAKE MEN'S & LADIES .t.

MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE JACKETS Infants WATCHES,

Were 89539.95 . . . . . NOW 50025.00 Shop-StreetFoor| ORIG. 45.00-85.00 .... SALE 24.88-29.88 LUGGAGELADIES
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE ROBES 93 FALL & WINTER FLOWERS
Were 89811.95 . . . . . . NOW 5.99-7.99 ,
WERE 59c-1.00 ................NOW 29c-59c I
Men's GIRL SCOUT & BROWNIEDISCONTINUED 56 BUDGET BLOUSES, Style Regular Price SALE

Shop-street Floo' ITEMS WERE 1.99 ...................NOW 99c-1.49 Beauty Case ........................$19.95.$13.97. t I
25 MINK COLLARS, ..

BOYS FAMOUS MAKE SUITS, NOW i REG. PRICE WERE 69917.99...... NOW 4.99-11.99 Ladies' O'NIte ...................... 22.95.... 15.97 ...

Were 119825.95 . . . . . NOW 89021.90 OR LESS! 99 WOOL, CHIFFON OR SILK SCARVES. Ladies' Wardrobe ................ 35.95.... 23.97
BOYS FAMOUS MAKE SPORT COATS. WFRF 1 1.00-9.00 NOW 39c-1.39 I
Were 10.98-21.98 . . . . . NOW 79917.99 35 RARRIT FUR COLLARS, 24" Pullman Case ................ 27.95.... 19.97

BOYS BOYS JACKETS FLANNEL, Were ROBES 79919.98, NOW 5.00-12.00 88 Were TODDLER 1995.99& LITTLE. ...GIRLS.... .SWEATERS.. . .. .. . NOW 1504.00 WERE 79c ............................ NOW 59c 26" Pullman Case ................ 37.95.... 26.97- f

Were 3984.98 . . . . . . NOW 2.00-3.00 MEN'S I
90 TODDLER. & LITTLE GIRLS DRESSES. Accessories andJewelry -
BOYS COWBOY, INDIAN OR BASEBALL SUITS. Were 29914.99 . . . . . . . .. NOW 20010.00
Were 3986.98 . . . . . . NOW 2003.00 60 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS SKIRTS Shap street Floor 21" Companion .................... 22.95.... 15.97..
BOYS RAINCOATS, Were 2985.99 . . . . . . . . . .. NOW 1003.00 :
Were 2983.99 . . . . . . NOW 1002.00 15 TODDLER C, LITTLE GIRLS JACKETS 24" Companion .................... 27.95.... 19.97. I

BOYS DRESS SLACKS, Were 2.99-3.98 ...................................... NOW 2005.00 LADIES UNIFORMS Two-Suiter ............................ 37.95.... 26.9'('
Were 3.98-5.98 . . . . . . NOW 2004.00 J
30 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS DRESS COATS. ( Dacrons & Blends)
BOYS ALL WEATHER, ZJP-OUT! COATS, Were 7.99-24.99 .... . . . .... ... NOW 50017.00 Cottons Three-Suiter .......................... 39.95.... 28.9t.: .
Reg. 14.99 0 . 0 . . . . . . 0 0 SALE '12.99 30 HATS & HAT SETS Were 1.99-4.99 ... NOW 1.00-2.50 WERE 5.99-16.99 Street, /
BOYS LONG SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS :Luggage ShopSEMIANNUAL- .
Were 1.98-3.98 0 . . . . . NOW 1.00-2,59 264 Were TODDLER 1.29-2.99& LITTLE.. 'GIRLS. . . .SLACKS.. . . . . NOW 59c-2.00 NOW 2.99-13.00 floor f
BOYS SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS

Were 1.98-2.98 . . . . . . . NOW 50c-2.00 50 Were TODDLER 2995.99 LITTLE. . .GIRLS. . .SLACKS. . . ..SETS... NOW 2003.00 LADIES 1 & 2 PIECE I
BOYS FAMOUS MAKE SWEATERS,
28 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS ROBES.
Were 69812.98 . . . . . . NOW 4008.00 Were 2998.98 . . ..... .. ..... NOW 2005.00 BUDGET DRESSESWERE LADIES'
BOYS BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS,
142 PRS. SOCKS & TIGHTS. Were 45c-1.59 . NOW 25c-1.00
Were -2.98-3.98 . . . . . . NOW 1003.00 3.99-6.99

BOYS STRETCH SOCKS, 137 TODDLER Were 1.59-2.99& LITTLE....GIRLS. .. . .BLOUSES. . . .... NOW 79c-2.00 NOW 2.005.00MATERNITY SHOECLEARANCE
Were 75c-1.00 . . . . . . . . NOW 2/1.00

BOYS COTTON ARGYLE SOCKS SPECIAL 3/1.00 137 TODDLER Were 2.00-2.50& LITTLE. . .GIRLS... .MUK-LUKS. . . . . NOW 1.00-1.25 DRESSESWERE
BOYS FAMOUS MAKE & OTHER POLOS,

Were 1003.99 . . . . . . . NOW 50e-3.00 103.. .Were TODDLER 1985.99( LITTLE. . .GIRLS. . .SWIM. . . .SUITS.. . NOW 50c-3.00
BOYS CAPS, Were 1.99 . . . . . . NOW 1.50 6.9917.99NOW
90 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS SUN SUITS & SHORTS 3.00-13.00
SETS. Were to 3.98 ..... . . . . NOW 1503.00 AAAA-B WIDTHS. ALL SIZES TO 10

Boys' Shop- 135 TODDLER Or LITTLE GIRLS WINTER PAJAMAS & NOT ALL SIZES
BUT IN STYLE)
I St..t Floor SITS. Were 3006.00 ............................NOW 1504.00 MATERNITY SPORTSWEARWERE ( EACH

35 TODDLER fir LITTLE GIRLS SLIPS. 39910.99 'f
Were 2003.00 .......................................NOW 1502.00
70 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SUITS & SPORT 207 TODDLER, & LITTLE GIRLS SHORTS. NOW 3.00-6.00 Johansen WERE ,NOW
COATS Were 39912.99 . NOW 2009.90 Were 59c.2,29 .... . .. .. .. . . ... .. NOW 25e-1,00 16.99
50 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SETS, 105 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS SUMMER PAJAMAS. Civitas 19.99.00 .
Were 1.19-4,99 . . . ... . NOW 50c3.00 Were 1997.00 .......... ........?... ..............NOW 1.C S.00 Budget, Uniforms, Maternities2nd
TODDLER fir LITTLE BOYS JACKETS, 10 TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS; KNIT; HATS: \) Floor

Were 3.99.9.99 . . . . NOW 2005.00 Were 2.99 ..... ... . . ... . . ....... NOW 1.25 Joyce i
285 TODDLERS & LITTLE BOYS SPORT SHIRTS,

250 Were TODDLER 1.00-2,50& LITTLE! . BOYS, .POLOS.. NOW 50c-1,50 11 Were TODDLER 11,99-12.99 fr LITTLE..GIRLS..... .SUITS.. ...... NOW 8009.00 118 LADIES BUDGET BAGS OF PLASTICOR Red Cross NOW' !

Were 1002.99 . . .. . ; NOW 50e-2.00 75 GIRLS DRESSES Were 49919.99 .... NOW 2.00-12,00 FABRIC Calif. WERE .. I

125 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SWEATERS, IS GIRLS BLOUSES Were 1094.99 ..... NOW 1.00-i.OO WERE 2.99 ....................NOW 99c1.99 11.99.00 !
Were 2996.99 . 'T . NOW 1504.00 119 GIRLS SLACKS Were 2998.99 ...... NOW 2005.00 Cobblers 14.99
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85 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SLACKS 8 GIRLS COATS. Were 99929.99 ..... NOW 7.00.20.00
Were 1993.99 . . . . NOW 1003.00 15 GIRLS CAR COATS. Were 3.99.15,99 NOW 2.00.10.00 100 WALLETS COFFEE BREAKS, Naturalizers -' ;
40 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SLIPPER FRENCH PURSES
1 60 GIRLS Were 1.99-7.99 .... NOW 1005.00
SOCKS, Were 1293.00 . . NOW V* PRICE SWEATERS WERE 1003.00 ............NOW 59c-1.99 I II
250 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS PAJAMAS 30 GIRLS HATS. Were 1994.99 ...... .. NOW 1002.50 I I
Were 1294.00 . . NOW 1.00-2.00 60 GIRLS HANDBAGS Were 1992.99 ... NOW 1002.00 '0
95 TODDLER OVERALLS & JEANS. 40 GIRLS SUCKS SITS. Were 3996.99 NOW 3004.00 104 LADIES BETTER HANDBAGS Connie ' .:

Were 1003.99 NOW 79c-2.00 15 GIRLS ROBES, Were 3.99.10.98 ................NOW 3.00-1,00 WERE 3.98-16.99 ....... NOW 29911.99, NOW -
270 TODDLER b LITTLE BOYS SOCKS. WERE
54 GIRLS TIGHTS & SOCKS Were 65C-1.59 ....NOW 25c-1.00 Calif.
Were 45c-85c NOW 25c-50c 9.99 7.00 !
55 GIRLS SLIPS fr PETTICOATS, DISCONTINUED STYLES SLIPPERS
BOYS SHORTS & SUN
I 35 TODDLER SUITS. Were& 1002.25 LITTLE . . NOW SOc.1.50 Were 3.00-6.00 ................... NOW 1.50-1.00 WERE 1004.00 ........... NOW 59c-2.49 Cobblers 11.99. j

125 TODDLER & LITTLE BOYS SWIM TRUNKS 150 GIRLS WINTER PAJAMAS. Naturalizer .
& SETS. Were 1294.9 8. . . NOW 50<-3.00 Were 2.00-4.00 .. . ............... NOW 1003.00 '-" J. :
40 LITTLE BOYS WINTER HATS, 45 GIRLS SUMMER PAJAMAS 300 FAMOUS MAKE SEAMLESS NYLONS
Were 1992.99 . . . . NOW 1002.00 Were 1994.00 ................... NOW 1502.00 REG 1.651.95SALE 99c-1.39

10 LITTLE BOYS RAINCOATS: 20 GIRLS SKIRTS. Wert 4.99-6.99 ....... NOW 3004.00 '
Were 1.98 . . . . . . . . NOW 1.50 285 "CCC" SEAMLESS NYLONS, SPECIAL Dress Flats WERE NOW :::
23 TODDLER Cr LITTLE BOYS ROBES., 12 GIRLS SHORTS JETS, Were )1.99-1.99 NOW 1505.00 3/1.99 ..

Were 3003.99 . . . NOW 2003.00 65 GIRLS SWIM SUITS Were 2997.99 .. NOW 2004.00 Sports 7.99 90'
75 MISCELLANEOUS! LITTLE IOYS HATS, TIES. 10 GIRLS SUITS. Were 109914.99 ..... NOW 1.00-10.00 300 SEAMED OR SEAMLESS NYLONS, 9:99.:
BELTS ETC., Were 59c-3.98 . NOW 10c-50c
2/1.00
'HANES ANNUAL SALE LITTLE BOYS BRIEFS 16 GIRLS SLIPPER SOCKS, Wert 1.99 ....... NOW 1.00 SPECIAL ...

& TEE SHIRTS Reg. 32.25 SALE 20% OFF t GIRLS RAINCOATS. Were 21912.99 .. NOW 1.50.8.00 ..


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(Continued From Page 6B) Lotus Crevasse Jr. and Mrs. JamesW. ,with Mrs. Helen P. Glass and i

Quite Bashful Off Set .. Davis as cohostesses.Mrs. Mrs. John Booth as co-
Qd7 HydrangeaHydrangea I Lotus Circle meeting will hostesses. Mrs. John Van Dyke
to producer director the entertainment C. H Janes will be a Saunders
According -1 Ito field and be held at the home of Mrs. will talk on "Gar
,Stanley Donen, some of I they just have no point of con-t will meet at 8 i James Chadwick I special. guest and will presenta dens of Brazil."
A. ,
BYUOSEPflINE' 828 NE 5th
/ p.m at the home of Mrs. T. E.. program of slides on "Cam
fSa. screen's most romantic tact with those in other walksof
Stars. are bashful in real life. life. They are very m u c h \ Freeman, 414 NW 34th Terrace.IIrs. j Avenue. Mrs. R. K. Buckleyand ellias Old and New." ; Harris-Nobles
He said: :caught up in their careers. He I I\\ j?\ D. M. Dry lie will assist i, Mrs. Donald Creager will |:F NuptialsReadAnnouncement "
serve as co-hostesses with Mrs. PalmThis
said that some of these stars Mrs. Freeman. Lois Hardisoni I
:"In general, the popular male LOW i Chadwick for the social
half-
difficult be married
are very to -H iIAN I will lead 'a discussion on Cam- has been
movie stars are very retiring : January Palm Circle.
Den meet them at : to, because when they retreat ellias." A question and answer hour beginning at 3 pm. 'made of the marriage of Miss I
ty. Very you few of the leading a par-moue from strangers they resent -. ----......-.......-........-...------.................-..-............................!period will follow . The program topic for the;!is preparing for coming events. Sharon Nobles, daughter of .
it if their wives Mrs. John Flowers will talk
heroes have the glib personalities are more burn-Cary Grant film, "Char-'of himself to his business than meeting, "Growing Camel- .Mrs. Ida Ruth Nobles, formerly -
they are given in their outgoing.. 'age." He emphasized that the''he can give to )'ou." Jasmine"Landscaping has," will be presented by two!on "Flower Show Insight.": of Gainesville to T A. Harris If
," i I Meeting time is 9 a.m. at the of Raleigh, N. C.
scripts Stanley Donen is a pleasantly';
above is a generality and that!) Lotus Circle members, Mrs '
A lot of ; i home of Mrs. William The took De-
women could think Small Solley wedding place
_Mr Donen does not feel that extroverted type himself and there on a Floresa Stoutamire and Mrs.'
this is due to the fact that these are some large excep-this over with profit! ;. 1030 NW 40th Terrace, West cember 31 at Dillion, S, C.
one of Hollvwood's most suc-: tions. : Scale" will be the subject of a Ralph Thomas. iI i ii i moreland Estates. Pease note
men are egotistical and do not cessful young producer direc- If you could choose to have talk by Noel Lake. Color slides I i GOOD COOKS USE
. change of address. Co-hostess i
care about others. It tors, He and Of :Mr. Grant he said, "Gary1!
is more recently produced Some cooks like
less and Magnolia good to use a
money more com will be shown. j will be Mrs. S. M. Lucas.
that their interests are limited directed the new Audrey Hep- Grant is a very urbane man'panionship with your husband'!I ROSE moderate 1350 degrees) oven
-- and gets along beautifully in!would you choose it? i Mrs. Albert Flage will be Magnolia Circle will meet for roasting ribs of beef rather
i any group. He is cosmopolitan,i' :hostess at her home on the New- at 9:45 a.m. at the home of Rose will have its meeting at I than the slow (325( degrees) tem-
lhas( lived all over the world,! I would love to hear 'from'you berry Road, with Mrs. Richard Mrs. Henry L. Gray, 837 NE 5th Ii 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. 0',jperature commonly recom-
'h".4 +ri i and has good friends in many]). about this. i Fletcher as Co-hostess. I Avenue, with Mrs. J. M. Neal Cox, 1639 NW 11th Road'mended nowadays.
I ;:business fields. -

:> He indicated that Kirk Douglas -i,
: is another exception to the'!

: I'shy type, saying: {,

1 1 "Kirk is interested in being i
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.way off screen and on, just DRESSED & DRAWN
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: brashness. 1i 1 '-
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!en to know what men find attractive -
; in a woman, what type: '
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(differs, depending on the man. i i iI _- L1MIT-3
I [Stanley Doneu said, "C a r y PLEASE
: I j likes to be informal. The women
;who impress him do not have
I d 1 ,t( 1 to be young and glamorous. He
; I dikes the candid forthright, but
I decorator service ;'smoothly charming tvpe." C
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1'He is very happily married
\ ; ':Any woman hoping to marry ; LB.
f : someone like Kirk would have
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PRICES GOOD
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'_. Religion Week Tackles "New Age": Problems : j




ofr CJof --. Carl Michalson, L./professor of ih 1,

Week to Feature philosophy and religion at Colgate r'---a f

Rochester Divinity School.Dr. 1I
Scott speaks on "Tragedyand i
the Christian Faith" at 2:30 I

Noted ThinkersGAINESVILLE p.m. tomorrow at a colloquium .e
sponsored by the English department
in Johnson Lounge of

A A concen- Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, pres- i14 Y the Florida Union. 1

fl N, trated schedule of religion in- ident of the Lutheran Church in m.. His talk on "The Vision of I!
life activities based .on the America and chairman of the / : Man in Contemporary Litera-
of Central Committee of the World ture" will be held at 7:30 Monday I
theme "A World Come Age"opens
Council of Churches, addressesthe aa evening in the University
II
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at the of Flor- >
University
University Religion in-Life Auditorium, and he will ad- Y
ida today.Dr. Convocation tomorrow morningat dress a luncheon group on Tues- I

Max Ant, vice chancellor 10:55 in the Florida Gym day hi the Student Service Cen- t
of the Jewish Theological nasium. l ter on "The Cost of a Strange 3 1

Seminary of America in New This noted churchman, who New Discipleship" at 12:10 p.m. 1I

I York City, keynotes the week has earned a reputation as one Dr. Michalson speaks on \ I

with an address at 7:30 tonight of the most influential leadersin ,.... How to Know the Hidden .
r . .,,' _. __
world Protestantism will ;
in the University Auditorium. SCOTT ARZT God" Tuesday night at 7:30 in HOLCOMB MICHALSON
His talk on "Religion En-I speak on "Man In A World He the University Auditorium, and I
: FRY counters a New Age" is opento Never Made." The convoca- "The E c u mental Movement annual religion in-life obser- will talk on "Ethics and Re-
r the public. I tion, which will also feature'Today." He will draw from his vance on the UF campus in- sponsible Faith" at a luncheon t .
music by the University Choir, experiences as leader in this clude meeting at the Student Service
r Dr. Nathan Scott, Jr.,
is open to the public.Dr. movement and his travels for. Center on Wednesday.A .
Fry will address a luncheon the church which take him to associate professor of theology
0i&ine5Ui1le SunRELIGION Christendom.and literature at the faculty Religion-in-Life con-
audience Monday noon in all parts of ANNUALLY
university\cert will be held
the Student Service Center on Other speakers for this 15th of Chicago Divinity ; \ Wednesday
night at 8:15: in the University COST

Auditorium featuring Jerry r ,
Neil Smith, clarinet, and Sam- U.S. HOME
uel B. Teeters '
piano. OWNERS {

i Pastors' Conference Draws Dr. Holcomb will speak on FIFTY
"D 0 u b t and Affirmation in
1st Lutheran to Show Faith" at a Thursday luncheonin / MILLION J

the Student Service Center DOLLARS! JI

Feature Movie On UF Guest TheologiansThe and on "Atheism Comes of
Tonight.
Age" Thursday night at 7:30 in Florida Pest Control

the University Auditorium.A I
: First Lutheran Church will filmed in the Hollywood studiosof Tenth Annual Florida will hear several of the same I of the UF Dept. of Religion and fir Chemical CoPREt

Ishow the feature film, "A Letter Family Films. Pastor's Conference will be theologians who are featured at the Florida Council of Church- play by UF humanities professor

I to Nancy," tonight at 7 o- Chief characters in the story held tomorrow and Tuesday at the University, and will be free Didier Graeffe entitled"The

clock. The showing will be heldI are George Reed, a successfuland the First Christian Church to attend many of the religion- es.To start the Pastors' confer- People vs. Socrates"will
at the church, 518 NW Fifth marginal member of Pas- here. in-life end the program on Friday Inspection 26611
meetings.The ence tomorrow morning, the DIAL
;C Avenue. tor suburban night at 8:15 in the University and
con-
Thompson's Though the conference is sep- conference is conductedby clergymen will go to the Flori- Auditorium. I I/ EstimateGOING I Fit
:; The film tells the story of an gregation; his personable but
arate from the University's Re- the Florida Institute for Con- da Gymnasium for the Univer-
.,-uncommitted church family pampered wife, Helen his at-
;
ligion-in-Life Week, which be- Studies Life Convocation All evening activities areopen
tinuing University sity's Religion-In I
:who, through a series of tender tractive but self centered
to the
I -circumstances, become com- daughter Carol, who is makingher gins today, the state pastors (FICUS) with the cooperation'DialaPrayer' at 10:55.: public.

:mited Christians. mark in a downtown ad- Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, pres-

"A Letter To Nancy". was vertising agency; Ben Hens- ident of the Lutheran Church in
-- ley, a friend of the family and America and chairman of the AROUND I
active member of the District World Council of Churches Cen-
I 2 Methodist.MiSSiOflai'T. mission board; Pastor Bob Al- tral Committee, will speak thenon

len, energetic and enthusiastic "Man in a World He Never
E I young pastor of an inner-city Available Here Made." IN CIRCLES ?

congregation, and Nancy Li, a All conference meetings after
t To Speak i little 9-year-old Chinese girl. the convocation will be held in

; >U... ..,.....,.w. New to the Gainesville area has been started on a faith ba- the First Christian Church, SW About Your Bedding Need ?
s' F :sL but a proved aid in cities whereit sis, and any size contributionwill
An Alachua native son turned Second Avenue at Eighth Street.
missionary will tell of his workin has been installed is "Prayer be acknowledged with a re- Monday afternoon at 2:45 the

Brazil today at First Metho- for Today," listed in the new ceipt which can be used for conference will host Dr. Max I

__dist Church. 1 4L phone directory as number 376- income tax purposes. The Uni- Artz, vice chancellor of the

Rev. Kenneth Traxler, also aUF 9Pr u tt 5078. versity Avenue Church of the Jewish Theological Seminary I z

.. graduate, will speak at both e Through a pastor's short re- Nazarene will receive the funds, of America in New York City. Let us end your bed ,

"morning services today (8:45 :corded prayer, changed daily, and assures that funds receivedwill His topic will be "New Bible ding problems. We
land 11)) on "Our Christian Faith e A anyone with access to- a phone be used for no other pur- Translations."
_as a Missionary Movement." s may at any time of the day or pose than expense directly con- Dr. Nathan Scott, as&ociateI I carry every size and

Then tonight at the 7 o'clock 5,.., v, night avail himself of this as- nected with this service. professor of theology and liter- irk ks1
service he will show picturesand .v H sistance in prayer. ature at the University of Chi- style mattress and '
tell what Methodist mis- k Any comment on the phone
::sion work is doing in Brazil. Pastors' busy schedulesdo service will be appreciated and cago Divinity School, will beginTuesday's box springs that You..
activities at 9
a.m.
Also due emphasis is the not leave them as much timeas anyone requesting one may .""' -- --
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"progress report on the building they would like to visit the have a Scotchlite sticker (3 talking on "Imagination" and would have i in mind.i --- ; ..-"""."
the Christian Faith.
! of a Methodist church in Bra- sick and shutins.It by 5 inches) with the name
: zil's new capital city, Brasi- "Prayer for Today" and the Then at 10:30: Dr. Delton L. ( EVEN '
is felt this service will be ROUND" :< ''' .
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Scudder, head of the UF's de- 3.1'
-lia. Traxler is directing the .2 > especially helpful to the sick phone number by contactingRev. ,:. : ",
:new church project, sponsoredby T. E. Rowan, Univ. Ave. partment of religion, will dis- ONES) f'
and shut-ins. ,
the Florida Methodist Con- 3 Church of the Nazarene, 3545 cuss "The Idea of God." : ';' ;; 't : \

.! -ference. . TRAXLER I Gainesville's "prayer phone" W. Univ. Ave. Wrapping up the Florida Pas- '' .
11 tor's Conference will be ;k.< ; :
Dr. 4mi'IfitifMt \ >' '
-- I'i I Carl Michalson, professor of J <' . ,
systematic theology at Drew l

I: Church Directory I'University."Demythological He will and speak Meaningful on- About Your Carpet Needs?


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well as state, are invited to at- Visit our new CARPET -
Churches Communion'at
Advent 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. First Sunday Holy Trinity Church cf the Nazarene a
tend, and the seminars will be
i, 7 Advent Christian Church, 617! Ridgeview Baptist Church! 11 a.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat conducted on an interdenomi-: CORNER" This

NE: 1st St., service at 11 a.m.j NW 19th St., services at 11 St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper I 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. national and inter-faith basis. '
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l Memorial Advent a.m., family service at 9:30: Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave., hr
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Christian, 19th St at 45th Ave., morning prayer at 11 ajn. on BY 20th _
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j pjn. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. Nondenominational OF MONTH : rug

Alliance Churches Cathote Holiness West Side Christian Church, EARN HIGH RATE 9 x { patterns simplifies

First Alliance Church, 1901 St. Augustine Chapel, 1738 meeting at Gainesville Little' FROM THE 1st
\ NE 9th St., Bishop Jr. High, at W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat I Elim Pentecostal, SW Archer Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., t your selection of the
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Fri. at 6:30: and 11:15 a.m., Sat., InterdenominationalGainesville PresbyterianFirst
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Road, services at 11 a iand'!'5 ,ajn. and 7:30 p.m. : ,. visit the most colorful
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I Baptist I Hall of ...Jehovah's'Witnesses ] 3146 NW 13th St, service at 11 -
426 W. Univ. 1st St., Masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Kingdom
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..15th St., services at 11 a.m.1 Christian Church, SW First Lutheran Church, 1801 -
-and 7:30 pjn. 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 an Church, Archer Road past

'l Carol Estates B a p t ids I 11 ajc. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. Medical Center, service at 11 Do you have a Car

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1Jm. SW 12th St., service at 11 ajn. vice at 11 am.University Religious Society of Friends,
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:E. Univ. Ave., 11 ajn. and 7:30 Church of Christ, 205 N. W. 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at 11 ajn. per MM wm or Minor let us

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: North Central Baptist Christ, 639 E. Univ. Ave., ser,I and !anopy, services at 11 ajn. and I
at 11 a.m. 7:30 TO $10,000
j Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., seri I vices at 11 ajn. and evening J I pm. 7:30 pjn.Wifliston. "You're In Good Hands at GATE CITY
Trinity Methodist Church
and and
ices at 8:30 11 ajn., ,service, 6:30 Baptist Church, ser-
-/:30 p.m. pm.Church ]3536 NW 8th Ave., services at I(vices at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m.
1 T Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th Of God j 9 ajn. and 11 am. Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- GUARANTYFederal

"Ave., morning worship at 9:45 Church of God, Hawthorne Wesley Foundation and University rose, worship services at 11
I. land 11, evening services at Road and Third Ave., morn-, Methodist Church, 1320 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
":30 both Sundays and Wed- lag worship 11 ajn., evening: W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45 Methodist
t : esdays. service, and 11 a.m. Alachua Methodist, SE 1st
7:30.Episcopal
Oak Park Baptist Church Mormon Sl, services at 11 a.m. and Loan
t 3610 Archer Rd., services at Episcopal Center Chapel of Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Williston Methodist Church,i Savings

-9:45 and 11 aim and 7:30 p.m. the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ.. ter-Day Saints, 1220 SW Fifth services at 11 am. and 8 p.m. I Ii
:Sunday and 7:30 pjn. Wednes-. Ave., Holy Communion at 8: Ave., Sunday school, 10 ajn., Newberry Methodist morn-I BEDDING
""day .I am., morning prayer at 11 Sacrament meeting, 6:30 p.m. ing worship at 9:55, evening N. Main St.. & CARPET CENTER
Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW am. Firs Sunday Holy Communion Nazarene service at 7:30 ,
P -13th St, worship services at 11 at 11 am. PresbyterianFirst Gainesville i 818 W. University Ave. FR 2-0441
x ".m. and 7:15 pjn. Holy Trinity, 116 .NE 1st St,, First Church of the Nazarene Presbyterian Church o*I H- I

Pine Grove Baptist Church. Holy. Communion at 8:30 ajn.,, 302 SE 1st Ave., services Williston service at 11 ajn.


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II 1 Miami NewsmanTo W ur/cl Named>< (

,Panther'sTale !III I Bishop Dateline Meet HereWith Journal AdvisorDr. I



GHSBy Harry R. Warfel, professor (
r3 BulletinBy "
c e K JournalistsGeorge of English at the Uni-
i versity of Florida has been

By Beebe, managing editor named to the editorial ad-

HERBERT MARLOWE and GARY MARTIN of the Miami Herald, will visory board of Americ a n

DORIS PERDUE I MARY WATSON _.. meet with members of the Speech" a quarterly profess
II "" I.
'#" North Florida Chapter of Sigma ional journal.Dr. .

Bishop played two more bas- won first place in the contest I Paying-the-piper, GHS'ers put Donna Beard, Donna Clarke, Delta Chi, professional journalism .
All good things must come dents in our school for a special ketball games and lost two sponsored by this company. We aside the pleasures of their Wanda Hertel, Sara Ann Jones, society, here Wednesdaynight. books Warfel is known for his
to an end; so it was with accomplishment or for year more. This puts us on the bot are quite proud of the fact that Christmas vacations for the on language and bio-

Christmas vacation! Welcome long service and leadership in tom. But, we all have higher our school will have an over pains of the six .weeks and se- Lynn Sandefur, Sharon Spivey graphies. He has served as gen-
back everyone! the classroom, on the playing hopes! head projector for every class- mester examinations this RIM Danburg Wayne Lee The meeting will be at 7:30 eral editor of some sixty books I
field, or in extra-curricular room. past Steve Williams, Sammy McLaughlin p.m. in the Oak Room of Florida for Scholars, Facsimiles, and
ac- We played Westwood to a 31- week. And mixed
decidedly
One of our elementary students tivities. reactions and Frank Sule. Te- i Union on the UF campus. Reprints, and has contributedto
received an honor in the 28 loss. Jack Ryals and Tom- We are going to have a new greeted the results of Rice the major American encyclopedias. -
resa was
January issue of "Jack and We now present with plea. my Hannssen made 10 points teacher at Bishop, but we do the College Boards when they for both the GHS Chorus accompan1st and Beebe will be in Gainesville .
, Jill." In October, the magazine sure, the first Student of the each. It was an exciting game, not know who! Watch the "Bul- came in the senior's mails this Wednesday to interview journalism

published an unfinished story Week, Elaine Holder. Elaine is as all of our games have been. letin" for the name of the same week. All in all, this was the. All State High School Chorus. students and lecture to

that children throughout the president of the student council Hello to Mr. Pritchett, a fine re "lucky person." the week that was. . classes. Members of the student PROPANE
c h e e rleader, basketball feree.
country invited to The All State High School SDX chapter are invitedto
were complete We would like to thank Mrs.
team member, F.H.A. and Beta The last we playedwas Two final notes of interesting the
with game Orchestra had the night meeting.
the best endings being Jones Mrs. Deese, and the following
Club member. She was a rep- with Buchholz. We lost 22- days before us: Wednesday,
published Kathy Irene cheerleaders fcr having a student GHS musicians in it: Anne Bridges Wives LP. IWfS
resentative to Girls State. January 29 and girl friends also
Despite 36. In that game, David Hagan reports cards will
r Davis. of Rob
Mrs. Braswell's class, directory to be on sale Cunningham Kit El are invited.
all these activities, Elaine made 11 be distributed and on Friday
points.
was one of the winners and her next Monday for only thirtyfivecents. lerbe, Porter Horne, Chris HOTTER THAN
has maintained a straight A average The girls from the ninth January 31, we have Confer- Also scheduled is
a of NATURAL GAS
ending to the story was pub Each one has done a Poole, Rheua Stakley, Larry report
this year. Congratulations home economics classes ence Day. the
lished. We are all very proudof grade great job in getting this done. Wilmot Midge Wyman and David nominating committee on
Cook & Heat Water
Elaine, for your fine went to a fashion show at P. I its recommendations for officers -
Kathy and hope that her writing
work. On Monday, the Gainesville The Hurricane Herald got Zimpfer.
K. last for
Yonge Thursday. the
coming The Low Cost
interest jear.
continues.
We would like to congratulatethe Fred Arnesman and Buddy Garden Club will present Bishop school wide distribution Fri- Sharon Kiutert was a mem-I election will be during a business -
Most of the students are busy girl's basketball team for with a tree for the Arbor day morning. One of the an- FR 6Attention 11
Cheatum went on a trip to Daytona ber of the All State Concert I session after the regular I I
cramming for semester exams. their fine game against Cross Beach last Thursday and Day Celebration. We would like nouncements in it we hope you Band, Danny Bowles of the All I meeting. I
In case anyone should acciden- City. Glenda Green contributed Friday to be in the All State to thank this organization in advance I didn't miss was the month 1 y State Reading Band and Mike -- .
tally forget the exam schedule 15 points to down Cross City band. for this living gift to our .Grass Plot Award won I
Sambal the All State
it will be as follows: 2926. Keep the good work up The two P. E. teachers have school. At least we hope to this time by the green thumbsof Band. Peter, Bushnell, Sharlan Stage Livestock Producers!

Monday, January 20 first, girls. turned into "weather watchers. keep it alive! the Key Club. Their contri- and

third and fifth period exams; PANTHER PATTER: The ." For the last few days,I HIGHLIGHTS : Ever wish bution which counted most was Eng in the All Jay State Hetherington Reading Orchestra. were

Tuesday, January 21-second, bright lights seen througho u t it has been so cold that we. that you wouldn't be able to refinishing of the dividing linesin If you have hogs or cattle I*

fourth, and sixth period exams. the school are caused by the were unable to go out. find a parking place? If you the parking area. sell now or in the future p lease 1 f
This week, we are going to glare of the new class rings On Thursday Mr. Hendrix were driving with Mr. Love The write-up in the Gaines-
Latin Club is to contact one of the buyer at
start a new feature. It will be the juniors are wearing. and Mrs. Lewis went to a our driving instructor, you sponsor a ville Sun on Monday night laston
called the Student of the Week. Twelve more days until happiness luncheon at the University Inn might. Stay tuned to "Bishop 'Cane bus caravan this year. the football banquet told the Coptland Sausage Company and
Its purpose is to honor stuf will Four buses are scheduled for give them an opportunity to
as guests of Enfield's of Jack Bulletin", last in news, as graphic story of an exciting evening w
sonville, the representatives of be demonstrated in next week's the GHS-Seabreeze basketball for the varsity and junior buy your livestock. G I
r the 3M Company. Our school column! game in Daytona, February 14. varsity football teams and
Each bus will carry 38 students -,
r their cheerleading squads. We COPELAND OFFERS YOU
and
a chaperone will
Rebel accompany -, want to take further note of the
f every group of 15 stu- excellent job of m. c.Ing done 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

LincolnIntheSun dents. The buses are to leave by Coach Richard E. Jones, Jr.,
school at 4:30
RapVp Gainesville p.m. and returnto II as well as the decorations in 1. Cash market every day.
immediately following -
the banquet room at the Holi 2. No commission.
the game. Tickets for J
: I day Inn which were the responsibility -
the transportation are on sale at, of the cheerleaders. It 3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. {

f the Latin classroom (B4)) for: of the 4. Can furnish for sufficient
was
EMILY CAUTHEN ByMAXINE 550. one very memorable hauling quantities.

I I evenings for the teams,
kr ROSS and Gainesville High School was' their coaches, and the many
Various activities took place I hung in the lobby of the auditor- HELEN WILSON represented by 28 outstanding' friends who turned out for the CALL COLLECT 462-1011

at Santa Fe these past five student musicians at the 20th occasion.

school days basketball ium.On Thursday, last week, six Oh no, already! This is the The title of the play is "An Annual Florida Music Clinicheld CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK

games, two pep rallies Study students traveled to Daytona expression that is being heard Overpraised Season" by Rich- in Daytona Beach January

Day, assembly programs and Beach for All-State Band and throughout the school by the ard Dunlap. Director of the Lincoln 9, 10 and 11. Those, participating -- JFK MemorialDUBLIN NORMAN VEECH

picture taking. Chorus. Tommy Terry joined students. They can hardly be- players Mr. Nathaniel ; were a credit to
Senior lieve that it is examinationtime Clark, will stage this drama our Ireland (APA)
high students crowded the All-State Band on the tuba, school in the finer arts and deserve
Into the Goode Auditorium while Martha Cato, Ron n y again, but it is. Semester January 21, during the school's ;; our most concert and assembly hall will CopelandSAUSAGE

t Tuesday morning. There they Cook, Jim Forrester, Karen :examinations will be given regular assembly. The theme J gratulations for their lyrical 'Cane- be built in Dublin as Ireland's
witnessed the portrait of Doc Gonzales, and James Harrison Monday throughout the school.It of the play is centered around work. memorial to President John F.

tor J. A. Goode, after whom the added their voices to the All is hoped that notes which' the eternal problems of high Singing in the All State Kennedy, the government announced COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDAAT

auditorium was named, unveil State Chorus. have been taken daily in class school students. The directorhas ]High' School Chorus were I Friday night.

They were selected through'are being used for good purposes labeled this one-act playas

ed.Guests for the program included the district for their outstanding I now that the time is here being one of the most powerful

: County School Super- abilities in the areas in''again. Students here are a few dramas published in the THE

indent Mr. E. D. Manning, Jr., which they participated. The :suggestions to follow: 1. Watch last decade.

p School Board Chairman Mr. .sponsors of the three-day trip :your physical condition, 2. Be Included in the cast are Veteran .rr'iZ
G. Hugh Williams Board mem- were Miss Gwenith Duden and I emotionally well prepared, 3. Players Maxine Cunning- VARIETY STORE

bers, Mr. Lester Hodge, Mr. E. :Mr., Ray. Lunceford. ]Do not attempt to cram lesson,' ham, James Hayes, Richard
I that has not been studied before v
P. Simmons and Mr. H. Dale Friday was the last Study I Hines, and Annette You n g.
.Smith, former Board members -Day for the semester and it : this time, 4. Go to the examinations -This will be '
group joined by a
Mrs. Beth Pierson and Mr. saw a great deal of flurry as.. prepared to do
:Bill Barry, Newberry High I students tied up the last of their :your best work, 5. Make sure set of promising newcomers,
Sandra McNeil THE-WI/diE
which includes
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School principal Mr. John D. "grade ends" before exams that you are equipped with Benjamin Redic, Corn elia l ll ryIBEl

Purdue, Dr. Goode and his which are to begin this Tues- :your working: tools such as Rawls, and Florida Souder.
wife, Mrs. Goode. day and last through Friday. pens, pencils, and paper if nec-

Each of the guests spoke of The assembly program con- 'essary, 6. Most important, do Unfortunately, Cunninghamand SPECIAL PURCHASE CHIEFS! SQUAWS!' !A

their acquaintance with Dr. sisted of a play entitled "Turn not try to bluff. With these Young h a v e a similar LIMITED QUANTITIES .
Goode and told of his accomp- About In Time" by Miss Dud- suggestions and your "think," assignment; therefore, only AVAILABLE - -

lishments during his twentyfouryears en's 7th grade Reading class. you will most likely be success two of these actresses will be If your "tribe" or "wigwam" needs a I JUS" I

of service on the School School picture retakes and ,ful.It seen in the first production of washer or refrigerator don't delay! . .

Board. The unveiling was performed group pictures of clubs and has been said that good; "Season." The director is rendering 2-SWEID CYCLE WASHER Get on the warpath to Variety Store +

by Jesselyn Bryan, organizations were taken. A :luck follows bad luck, so cheer I his choice of the couples 3 WASH-RINSE TEMPERATURES where prices are scalped 'way down. I

't member of the Student Body pep rally concluded the day; 1 up students, don't let exam during the weekend. It is pro WATER LEVEL CONTROL Plus you can have your choice of IJ II
and granddaughter of Dr. cheering "Beat Perry," we :time get you down, becausethe mised, no matter who the ac- Finance Plans, with terms to suit your : a..)> t?

Goode. The portrait is to be :scrambled to buses and cars. I Lincoln Players are presenting tessses may be, a stellar per- budget.
their second productionof formance. So cheer up stu-

the season and you most cer- dents, think about the delightful

tainly don't want to be a drag entertainment that is to follow ipp9 t3WITH I
;
J do you? Let us tell you more and meet those exams witha

f l Yonge k about this great event. smile. I MONO IEEE/r,

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"The Amigos are here!" mance for the public. The fashion By < r I Ii I e .

"Bienvenidos, Amigos!" After show is entirely a student 2!i MARY ANN RIDGELL I i t t+ EIyI ,Rxs

weeks of planning letterwrit- production; the girls modeled I r t and BARTON DOUGLAS *

Ing, and waiting "Operation nnlv rlnthac_ thpv hart__ .madethemselves ..___ ; f o-ysa
u
Look for this "seal of assurance"
Amigo" has become a reality. under the direction Wake up Buchholz! Do you Linda Lambert, Pixie Sox- . it's

Six: students from Colombia arrived of Mrs. Kelsey Ingle, home realize that you have a topnotch man, Arvida Wasdin, Jill Stead- on RCA WHIRLPOOL automatic washersHere's
late Wednesday night at
economics teacher.
basketball team! Well, if ham, Donna Whitney Larry
the Gainesville bus station to your guarantee that this EGA. WHIRLPOOL
The outfits worn included you don't let me clue you in. Davis, Nancy McLeod, Debbie .
spend two weeks with P. K. automatic washer is certified to wash up to twelve

I Yonge students.' sportswear, school clothes, Buchholz is undefeated so Tayor, Enery Searenger, Eve- -t pounds of clothes eonsistent with thorough clean

I Their trip is made possible suits, pajamas, and semi for- far. They massacred P. K. lyn Griffin, and Nancy Stapleton. and gentle washing. Even washes as little as one
mal and formal
through "Operation Amigo i dresses. Some Yonge a week ago Friday pound too. Don't be misled Look for this Laboratory
knitted
Inc.," a project sponsored by year's girls even production sweaters.was directedby This with the high scorers Tom Sox- Typing fifty words per minute Certification when you buy
[. the Miami Herald and leading man and Lame Lacky both
Cindy Holmes, Fashion Show and over are: Sue Brown,
citizens of South Florida. "Op scoring twelve points. The chief
chairman. The commentatorswere Carolyn Young eblood, Jim
eration Amigo" has one goal: rebounder Allen
Barbara Johnson and was Spear Chesnut, Betty Jo Martin, Ron- We makum you FAMILY-SIZE
To offset communism's anti- with seventeen rebounds. In
Sharon O'steen.P. nie Crowder, Judy Coursey, REFRIGERATOR-
American propaganda in Latin this Buchholz
game played a !
America by showing tomorrow's K. Yonge students will par- very fine game both offensively and Mary Palmour. Incident. HEAP FREEZER
leaders the truth about their ticipate in a Youth Orchestra and defensively. Incidentallythis ally, Mary Palmour typed the '
fastest with fifty-nine wordsper Also has: big "zerodegree" -
North American neighbors.The Concert on January 30 in the win Buchholz first
gave
minute.We n, freezer Refrigerator
a -
local sponsors of the auditorium, along with students place in the race for the :
Gainesville project are the University from GHS and some junior trophy. would like to thank B I G needs section that
never defrosting
City Kiwanis Club and high school students. Mr. Ed- the Agriculture Department for .?, : I 't
j e Butter keeper* 12.3
Mrs. Sydney Diggs, Mr. Ces- ward Carwithen of P. K. Yonge For further proof, a week their generous gift of buildingand I't cu. ft. of refrigeratedspace

ar Rivera, and Mr. Vidal Tru- and Mrs. Dorothy Reeves of ago Thursday Buchholz again installing the new benches

jillo, all P. K. Yonge teachers. GHS will directUNDERTOW showed their might by walloping that are now on the grounds.We DEAL
The amigos, three girls and two : Bea Nettles the Bishop Blue Devils. The '. Completely Installed
will in the homes of high scorer in that game was would also like to con-
boys, stay says the way to start the day for limited-time only $27995with
five Gainesville families, and off is to hear "Ranger Hall" Allen Spear. Lame Lacky pick- gratulate the members of the _
each will have student host. ed up the most rebounds with chorus and band that went to on this new
a tell funny (1)) jokes. .We hopeto Model EKT 12F
We all extend a cordial wel- see Mary Schwartz back in nineteen. This was truly a defensive Daytona Beach last weekend to cccepfobl trod.

come to the Columbia students :school soon. .Everyone listento game. Buchholz used as perform there. We are really U. .f 1re4rb a ..4 lCA by Whv4Ed C.r.Yoti _*...d....

and hope that they will P. K. Yonge news on WRUFat their chief defense weapon the proud of them. .. ICA WWtlfOOi. eplielOC'<. uHionitrf by l.4'* *.,..('" .' A.wrice

enjoy their visit. 3:55 pjn. on Monday after- press. This is simply not let-
ting the opponent get within If your romance has lead to
Thursday was a very busy noons. .Welcome to our new
day for all the girls in home SENIOR, Elsa Kressman. . scoring range. Buchholz even marital results and you need a GAINESVILLE'S QUALITY APPLIANCE STORE "WHERE SERVICE PREVAILS"
economics classes the used their second string a good budget boost for the trouseauor
girlspresented Spanish English dictionaries
three fashion shows! part of the game. honeymoon Classified Ads
seen on campus this week
There was a morning performance . .Hasta la vista! will go over BIG with you! You
The typing' classes have been get cash for those no longer THE VARIETY STORE
for elementary school and The French Club
held its an- getting steadily faster and fast- needed items . furnishings,
junior' high students, an after- nual Twelfth
Night Christmas er. Forty words a minute and sports equipment, or maybe'
noon showing for visiting area party at the home of John Flow- over are: Frankie Osbourne, Su- just little black book. Just

high school girls, and of course ers. Guy Omer was king and si! Myers, Mary Ann Ridgell, dial your 372-8441 for a helpful a d 7 S.E. 1st Ave. lIOn The Square" Phone FR 6-5348

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12B Gainesville Sun Sunday, January 19, 1964

"" McCloskey Informed sources said Satur- cratic National Committee.He .
Peck Joins List r day McCloskey's resignation already is one of the party's foremost
CHORDS Stepping Down has been submitted to money raisers and is cred-
the White House and that a ited with originating the $100-
WASHINGTON (AP) Mat- formal announcement is imminent a-plate dinner as a means of

As: Service Award 4 ing thew as H.U.S.McCloskey ambassador is resign-to Ire- i bringing in campaign funds.

And Discords land to come home to help the McCloskey will raise funds in McCloskey, 70, is head of the

Democrats raise money for this Pennsylvania, his home state, big Philadelphia constructionfirm.
BY VERE RICHARDS I year's 'camnaign. and also will assist the Demo- .
Deadline NearsNominations I II '

I The University of Florida Department -tions were particularly'sparkl- Dorothy Reaves has had a very L .
for The Sun's "During the past year. .he of Music presented on ing with this skill. large part in fostering string activities -
Community Service Award for served as a director of the the evening of Jan. 14, Edward Bach's Sonata No. 2 for unac- in the Gainesville \
1963 still are being received Gainesville 'Chamber of Commerce Troupin, violinist and Carolyn companied violin, carriedon schools, with many of her'"'students , ,
with four days remaining for as a member of the Troupin, pianist in a program the idea with an abundanceof going into successful mu- .R
submission of additional namesof Council of Mental Health for that permitted each artist to two string passages, beauti- sic careers and some present
those residents to be consid- Florida, as a director of the shine as soloist while the other fully handled, so it became like students playing in professional Rountree Ltd.'
ered as candidates.The Alachua Farm Bureau and as was also. performing. The Sonata two voices talking together.-The and semi -' professional or- sI
award, to be given the a director of Rotary Club of duet form does just this, Grave and Andante movements 'chestras.
citizen of Gainesville judged to Gainesville." During 1963, Peck and the artists availed them- were a more meditative Bach, The other joint director, Ed- i
have performed the most out- was selected as presidentelectof selves of the opportunities.The while the final Allegro was the ward Car wit hen, has been Sale Confinues
standing and unselfish serviceto Rotary, said the writer. ,Mozart Sonata begins great master in flashing move- teaching in the Miami public
the city during the past "However," continues the let- with a touch of magic, of high ment, with wide, sweeping school system and in Lake Placid -I .1
year, will go to the nominee selected -ter of nomination "the biggest romance, given by the violin. strokes demanded. and is a graduate from the Still and attractive selection .
by an independent panelof contribution that he made to It was instantly caught by the Shoenberg's Phantasy for Vi- University of Florida. He has already a large to*
judges. Gainesville during 1963 was his piano and carried farther into olin with piano accompanimentwas made himself felt in the
The Sun serves only as an agent service as chairman of the Ala- mis tic ism with fast rolling a furious extravaganza of P. K. Yonge music program, choose from 1
to receive the nominations. chua Citizens for Florida's Fu- chords. Mozart's delicate artis- spectacular violin pyrotechnics where he is director of orchestra -
Persons or organizations wish- ture. The group was organized try made the change-overs be- but done with such ease and chorus.
ing to nominate a candidate for to promote the adoption of tween artists absolutely smooth, that it all seemed in good taste Women's Sweaters, Skirts, Slacks' /
it should name the person, describe the amendment to the constitu- as if one person's bright imagery and simply artistic exuberance. Blouses, Suits & Dresses.
his or her service to the tion to permit the sale of bonds inspired his companionto After the intermission, the THE AVERAGE f 1
community and sign the letter. for higher education."He see an addition to the picture Brahms Sonata No 2 was handled ANNUAL COST. . Men's Sport Coats, Blazers, Shirts, '

The award will be based on plunged into that task and comment on it. much as the Mozart one "to Small Retailers for insurancewas j Sweaters, Raincoats, Country Coats
the service of the nominee, as with vigor, ability 'and enthusiasm One of the most delightful earlier,- with the same unusual $260. You might be able 'I
outlined in the letter, not on ," said the writer, and or- parts of .the performance was perfection of unity both of tech- to year reduce by,combining this as much your as policies $39a i
the letter itself. A person need ganized an advisory committee ,the spirit of musical unity that nic and emotional dynamics.The into one policy. i I T. 20 % 33 % Off
not be nominated more than "selected from every area and flowed. The Theme and VariaClless Gainesville Youth Orchestra Can We Survey Your Business .
one time to receive equal consideration interest in the county." with members from bothP. Insurance? CULL--- '
with other nomi- The work of the committee, ClubOrganizes K. Yonge and GHS orches- HAYTHORNEINSURANCE I i : MANY MORE ITEMS MARKED DOWN TO MAKE

nees. with Peck's leadership, led tras, as well as representatives ROOM FOR OUR NEW SPRING FASHIONS
Edwin W. (Ed) Peck is one Alachua County to an out- from the junior high orchestras, AGENCY ,
of the nominees named to date. standing response to the amend- have made a good start and FR 2.1433 ,I i OPEN 9 TO 9 1227 W. UNIV. USE CENTRAL CHARGE

As one of those who nominated .'ment question, one of the, best .Will give a performance Jan., 30.
him said: in the state said the writer. John Selle, president of Flori-
Aside of the direct economic da Laboratories here, was elect-

UF Medicos benefit to Alachua County, said ed president of .the city Chess
the writer, another beneficial Club during an organizational I
point was mentioned. meeting Wednesday night. Triple Dr* 8er$109 s.gb ,
To Teach "Unfortunately" said the City Commissioner Ed Tur- Mirrors'Ea. _$20Kin e .

writer, "our county in the ,past lington was elected to serve It Queen Headboard '" k '
Workshop several years has seen itselfat .with him as,, secretary treas- $65
odds and somewhat torn urer. Bed 4/< size $49

Dr. James G. Wilson professor apart on various issues and mat- The club now has 10 mem- Bed 3/3 size._...(49 r' 3i + e ,

of anatomy, and Dr. E. ters that have arisen in the bers. Commode NicMstands ?
Marshall Johnson, assistant county and in our city. The city Recreation Depart- Sa $45 -
professor of anatomy, in the "I think that the fact that Ed ment, sponsor of the group, is Siz Drawer Chest__ $89
University of Florida Collegeof was able to get so many diver- inviting anyone in the city who's Chest Mirror ,, $39
Medicine are among the faculty gent factors and peoples toge- interested in playing chess to Arm Cfaair$99
of the first internation ther wholeheartedly in supportof join the club.
Workshop in Teratology, scheduled this particular issue, and It's open to everyone, from Platform Rocker $109
at the J. Hillis Miller that such was so successful the least experienced beginnerto Drum Table $
Health Center Feb. 2-9. from the standpoint of this coun- : the experienced professional.
Dr. Wilson will be director of ty, may mean that he has, Meetings are held from 8 to 11 WASTE BEDROOM s -
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of possible harmful ef- 'this county the spirit of cooper- Blanket Cheat $55
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s Tobacco Growers Plan Capital March





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I Bradford Berry Men Air Problems Want Showdown




By SAM MCGARVEYSun See Huggins for circular, by -only four or five as rumor- On CutBacksBy

Staff Writer which aids in figuring taxes. ed. I
LAWTEY About 80 Brad-
Watson also answered
a num-
ford County strawberry grow ber of questions, including one In tracing the history of the 6.a BUZZ MIXSON man of the meeting, said that
Huggins said the Sun Farm Editor under the
ers-representing the bulk of camp money law Freeman could
on what to do about the help
the county's crop discussed who refused to allow deductionsfor invested was spent in improve- sb Alachua County flue-c u red exempt Type 14 tobacco from
various problems in a meeting social security. The answer ments on a building not owned tobacco growers and their fel- the allotment cut he ordered.At .

here Thursday night. was to report the individual to by the investors. He said that, low producers in other Florida ( the time the allotmentcut

Marketing taxes labor and the Internal Revenue office. when later the building was to : counties are girding themselvesfor was announced, USDA officials -

packaging all came up in the Market Cronkhite be sold by foreclosure, a' small r a march on Washingtonnext said the reduction was
called Manager group raised $3,000 to buy the month and a showdown necessary to bring supplies in
meeting, by County
his remarks
prefixed by saying land and with of Ag- better balance
and building. meeting Secretary with demand;
T. Huggins
Agent George
"My job is to help you in
riculture Orville Freeman. that of old
Starke State Market Man- Huggins said that all money carryover crop tobacco
ager Phil Cronkhite. any way I can. invested in the project will be They will join Georgia growers at the beginning of the

Tom Watson representativeof He went on to report that a repaid, but stipulated that the y in an attempt to get Free- current marketing year was

the Gainesville Social Secur- I questionnaire will be sent soon $3,000 would be paid first.A sb man to restore a 10 per cent about 200 million pounds, or
I to all berry growers asking for cut in flue cured tobacco al- nearly 10 per cent, above a year
ity Office led off the program I salesman for a packagingfirm -
data on acreage planted anti- *N M h lotments he ordered last No-
with a talk on taxes and government showed samples of press- t- ago.The
cipated volume and labor re- vember.In ( USDA officials also said
which includedthe ed pulpwood used
pint "cups"
reports
quirements. He asked for the addition to the 10 per cent that exports of U. S. Flue-cured
for berries. He said
suggestions:
following packaging
growers help saying that the cut in allotments, the tobacco tobacco during the '62-63 mar-
records of all his had advantages .
Keep expenses product many
information would be helpful in growers are concerned about keting year declined 53 million
and thus save money on income building the market. over the wooden cups ,w the possible effects the recent pounds or 11 per cent from the
taxes. now in use, including a cheaper
He said Bradford has some of federal report on smokingand preceding year.)
Qualify for social security price.
the richest soil in the and cancer might have on salesof "We of
state growers Type 14 tobacco
payments by paying on incomein Huggins said that before any their products.
that "I would like to are being hurt than
see 1,000 more
excess of $600 annually. Watson changes are made in marketing F
"We've been hit blows on two
in berries we the "
here. are hurting situation
acres planted ,
said Bradford Count residents they would be gone over sides" said James Wershow
Wershow said.
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receive about $60,000 annually In speaking on packaging he carefully by the marketing
A \4 .... j president of the Alachua County
in social security benefits -suggested that flats from this 'committee. He said members BERRY GROWERS MEET Farm Bureau which along He explained that last year

; he urged the growers present -area be labeled""North Flori- ,of the committee, are Luther County Agent Huggins greets growers at Lawtey meeting. with Farm Bureaus in other tobacco Georgia only 2.7 per tobacco cent of went the into Florida-

to qualify for security by da Strawberries. Billiard Wade Gaskins,. (Sun photo by Sam McG rvey) producing counties, is thegovernment's
making payments as self-em After discussion of that idea, Edwin Starling Pete Griffis, sponsoring the march on Wash- surplus supply,
it announced that Pete Leaton Mor- whereas 39 per cent of Old Belt
ployed persons. was a prizeof Wainwright ington.
tobacco went to the
Pay social security taxeson $25 'would be awarded the gan Jr., Ned Coleman Car] Trenton Farm Bureau representatives Stabilization Flue-Cured
all labor working more than person who came up with the Prevatt and N. G. Hayes Jr. BETTER HE HlDN'TSTOPPED from all the Florida tobaccog Corp.

20 days a year or earning in best slogan for use on the flats. W. 0. Whittle chief of Florida row 1 ng counties except Initial planning of the Wash
excess of $150 a year. Huggins then took the floor State Markets attended the Madison and Union held a ington trip took place at a meet

-When using a crew leader and explained that the labor meeting and spoke briefly, say- Vote DueTTuesday OR LOOKED "Council of war" last week at ing of Florida and Georgia

for labor, pay social security camp is owned by about 50 per- ing "We're staying out of this, the Holiday Inn in Gainesville.As Farm Bureau representatives

through his number for the en- sons who invested their moneyin as we prefer to have matters WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Stop Look Listen the groundwork for their in Waycross earlier this month.

tire crew. it a few years ago and not: handled on the local level." signal blinker at the ACL railroad crossing on SR-18 here Washington march, the tobacco At that time the growers of
growers passed two resolutions: Florida and Georgia threatenedto
said as Jim Chaffin North Florida Telephone worker, approached (1) To support the Georgia I for m their own flue cured

Women Plan it last Monday. Farm Bureau in its efforts to' stabilization corporation.The .

Round 2 TodayIn Chaffin did. get the 10 per cent allotmentcut I Washington meeting \

Club lleetingIn are scheduled to go to city elec- Then disaster struck and although he was uninjured Chaf restored for Type 14 tobacco is tentatively set for Feb. 67.

tion polls Tuesday. fin found his pickup truck windshield broken and damage the kind grown in Flori- The Georgia delegation will be
da and Georgia and ((2)) to led by Gov. Carl Sanders and
Polio DriveRound commissioners They elected one of their city totaling $250. He also saw the signal blinker had incurred take all appropriate local Georgia Commissioner of Agri-

mayorcommissioner damage, but he wasn't worried about that. means to achieve restoration of culture Phil Campbell.
last month, so now they
WILLISTON The Past He the fell him. the 10 cent cut as it appliesto
will. have to fill the reported signal on per Wershow said that the Florida -
number two of Opera,lio in Duval County the Type 1 Matrons' Club of Williston this created on the commis vacancy- Type 14 tobacco. delegation will ask Gov. Far-

tion VOP (Victory over Polio) is I[ vaccine was administered in Chapter 142, OES, will meet to- sion. Wershow, who acted as chair- ris Bryant and Commissioner of I
scheduled in 14 Florida these counties Nov. 24. The
today on
morrow night at the home of In the special election Tuesday Agriculture Doyle Conner to
counties, including Bradford, Type II will be given in March. Mrs. Annie Hugh Hendrix and J. O join them. They also will call
Anderson
Gilchrist and Union.In In Bradford County where with the Start
,
Clay, I Coleman will be vying for the City Supervisor to on the Florida Congressional I
new president Mrs.
a mass immunization program the VOP program is sponsoredby Emma Lee attend
unexpired city commission term I delegation to the meeting
Type II oral polio vaccine the Business and Profess- Loften as co-hostess.
with Freeman.
I of Robert Rowland, who is
will be given in these coun- ional Women's Club, the TypeIII
Last now Another joint meeting of the
ties and in Baker, Duval Nas- vaccine will be given todayat Monday night Williston mayor. Duties in
I Coleman, a local service station Monday KeystoneKEYSTONE Florida Farm Bureau represen
Chapter observed A
Hamilton d
Bradford
sau, Columbia Flagler, High School and vance tatives is planned before the
,
operator was
Marion Suwannee Jefferson R.J.E. High School. The hours Night with Mrs. Sallie Winemiller mayor un- -
til he lost his bid for reelection Washington trip, Wershow said.
and Madison counties.In will be from noon until 5 p.m. serving as worthy matron. last month. HEIGHTS sheriff; he resigned to give full Instructed Attorney My- He said that, although Union

a hurry up program, The vaccine sites in Union Hendrix is of the local Starting tomorrow, this city time to his new position.On ron Prevatt to go ahead with County was not represented at
Other officers manager
prompted by an outbreak of po- county will be the two public who advancedwere Coca Cola bottling plant. will have a city supervisor, City taking office last Tuesday -condemnation proceedings on the meeting in Gainesville last
schools in Lake Butler from 2 Ross Dice, who served Clerk Bill who will di- of land needed to
as Mrs. W. 0. Clifton, city clerk Dermody, Mayor Beasley called for two parcels week "we have the assuranceof
Gilchrist to 5 p.m. worthy patron; Mrs. Myrtice said that 30 new city voters rect many of the city's opera. sweeping changes in the. pave streets. I the Union County Farm Bu
The Type II vaccine will be Dice, who served as associ- have registered since the De- tions on a full-time basis. city, including a new city hall, Decided to ask for bids on reau's full cooperation.
given at 10 public school locations The office created in re-evaluation of the tax structure and wiring for -
ate matron and Hank Radacky cember election. This brings total was a plumbing proposed At stake for the Florida flue-
Dixie 4.H : in Clay County. In Key who served as associate voter registration up to city council meeting last Tuesday a budget review and for new library; also voted to cured tobacco gorwers in the
stone Heights it will be given pat- about 360, she said. and the following duties of mation of a citizens committee.The have city hall roof repaired. mar c h on Washington is 1,500
at Keystone Heights School ron, and Mrs. Alice Radacky, Voting Tuesday will be from the job were listed: committee, Beasley said, -Studied copies of new municipal acres they will seek to have re-

Plans Made from noon until 5 p.m. conductress.Mrs. 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the city Take charge of public works; would be empowered to makea code and scheduled an- stored to their allotmentsor

In Gilchrist County, Health Edith Carr served re- handle complaints to the city; long-range study of Keystone other reading at the next coun- $1% million in tobacco revenue.

TRENTON Dixie and Gil- Department personnel will be freshments after the meeting.The serve as day policeman; sup needs and to make recommen cil meeting.
christ County 4-H youths Saturday giving the vaccine at the courthouse hall.New Plant ervise streets and sanitation; dations. Appointed a committee of

elected County Council offi- in Trenton from 9-11:30 next ,meeting, the elec- act without Council permissionin New Council Chairman Bill Tax Collector Sara McDonald KeystonersRebuild

cers and made blueprints for a.m. and 1-4 p.m. tion of officers will be held, any emergency; perform Beam also called for "progressive -C. H. Haberstroh, Tax Asses-
1964 activities at a leadership The vaccine is given on a with Mrs. Loften and Mrs: ForMcIntoshPO any other delegated duties; su- action." sor James Cook and Dermodyto
training session here. lump of sugar. There is no Dice as hostesses. I Sought pervise all city employes. The Council acted as foIl study the present system of
charge for it, but persons are Mayor M. L. Beasley said it lows: tax billing and make recom-
The Gilchrist County Coun- -
asked to donate 25 cents per was a progressive step and Set court costs at $4, with mendations for revision.
cil officers elected were; BettyB dose to help defray the cost. Circle 6 of the Williston BapI that it would make the city hall $2.50 of it for the judge and -Deferred decision until the City CofC

11 t c h, Trenton president; According to doctors, the tist W.M.S. will meet available to all residents full the balance to the city clerk. next meeting on request of former .
Cheryl Beach, Wilcox, vice Type III polio is the second night at the home tomorrow. MCINTOSH The U. S. Post time. Approved purchase of a mayor Lindsey Walker KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Business I

president; Ydora Polk Osceola most frequent attacker of the George Boudreau at Office Department is looking Dermody until recently servo traffic light on committee ac that land at Keystone Airportbe leaders here head
secretary, Delinda Akins, Bell, three strains. To be fully protected for a new building to house the ed as a Clay County deputyRecovery tion. leased to him. ed by W. L. (Bill) Smith Jr.-
reporter; and Murry Smith a person must take all Tuesday night Circle 5 will McIntosh post office. are in process of rebuilding a
Trenton, song and recreation three types of vaccine. meet at the Baptist Fellowship Postmaster General John A local Chamber of Commerce.

leader. Parliamentarian is BillyI. Dr. J. W. Patray Jr. of Building with Mrs. W. C. Gronouski said that under the Inc. Unit Formed Last week he met with a

Rogers, Trenton, while State Starke is urging all persons beyond Chesser as hostess and pro Department's construction pro-: board of directors elected in
Council delegates are Van Hag the age of three monthsto gram chairman. gram, a contract will be a December meeting when

an and Don May, both of Wil take the Type ,in vaccine Circle 4 met Thursday nightat awarded to the bidder who designates Smith was selected as president -

cox.Dixie today, even if they did not receive the home of Mrs. Leah- a suitable building and I In Inglis Aids Nervous to map plans for a membership .
County officers are: Jerome the Type I last month. man Mathews of Raleigh, with agrees to improve it, or pro- drive and an advertise ,

Allen, Cross City, presi- seven members present. i vide a new building which ing brochure.

dent; Leroy Sanders, First District PO DriverHas I meets the Department's specifi- INGLIS A unit of Recovery urged all persons who plan to 3, ID. The group set regular memo \

vice president; Frances The program entitled "The cations. Inc., a self-help organization I join a Recovery unit to obtain Mrs. Berger said that she bership dues at $25, and $5 for \1
Dempsey, First District, secretary Northwest and the Midwest" is: The Department will rent the for nervous and emotion the book by Dr. Low. The price has no financial interest in sale an associate membership.
treasurer; and Phill- Feud. used by all circles in January. building for a period of five al persons, has been started :is $5.20 and the book may be of the book and that it is a necessary Directors of the group are:

ity Johnston, Old Town report It tells of the missionaries I years, with three five-year here by Mrs. Betty Berger. [ordered direct from Recovery, part of the Recovery N. Watson Hardenbergh, G. E.
er. State Council Delegates include Balled the Tentmakers whose I renewal options. I Inc., 116 S. Michigan Chicago, method. Wiggins Gordon Purdy, Raleigh
Annette Thomas, First With Bridge work is directed by the Miss Bidding documents may be Mrs. Berger, Inglis housewife, Recovery meetings are con- Zike James H. McEachern -

District; Charles Sanders ion Board but who support obtained from Lloyd C. Loomis, said that around 10 persons at ducted by a lay leader and include Joe R. Theis Roy L. Watkins -
LAWTEY The themselves. : tended an organizational Chief land PTA Bill Lee, John E. Beidler,
Cross City; and Chris- Post Office real estate specialist, Room M members relating their
tain Sheppard Old Town. Department ought to change Twenty-one members of Circles 103-A Federal Annex, P. O, meeting last Sunday and that I own experiences where they ap- J. H. Dennis R. L. Walker,
Election of officers followed drivers on the Jacksonville- 1, 2 and 3 met Wednesday Box 4786, Atlanta, Ga. she has had numerous mail inquiries Ready to Elect I plied the Recovery methods. George E. LaRue, Wally Mul-
Gainesville run or move a about Recovery, Inc. Mrs. Berger, who learned to hofer and Richard Fogarty.
democracy in action discussions. morning with a covered dish] Ross Rath is postmaster at t New President
Installation was by B. J. Allen, bridge. luncheon at noon. McIntosh Persons attending the initial lead Recovery sessions in Chicago -
assistant state boys' 4-H agent. About three months ago Na meeting came from, as far said that the basis ideais Band Parents
Prior to the study sessions. thaniel Green Gainesville Negro away as Jacksonville and Ocala CHIEFLAND The Chief- to teach persons to rely on
while driving the Mrs. Berger said. land PTA will elect a new president -
route self-leadership, rather than su
Van Hagan, Gilchrist 4-H council smacked into a concrete High Springs CofC Works at a meeting tomorrow pervision.She Williston
president outlined the im- The agreed Sunday to
group to Vance Beas-
night replace
bridge 1.2 miles north of hereon said she would like to
portance of the leadership meet each Thursday at 7:30 ley, who resigned when be moved
US-301. Green who would Plan Show
was uninjured To hear from
Offset persons
training program and told the 1-75 Bypass p.m. in the Inglis town halL from the city.
in the wreck but the mail like to attend the meetings in
that 4-H in 1964
; group success truck was demolished. Answer- fIi Recovery, Inc., according to The meeting will start at 8 Inglis. Her mailing address is WILLISTON A womanless
I depended on teamwork among ing charges that he had failedto HIGH SPRINGS The High i Said Cloutier, "We're not pessimistic Mrs Berger, is to the nervous P. O. Box 83. Inglis Fla. 'wedding and an all-male fashion -
the local 4-H Clubs. have his vehicle under Springs Chamber of Commerceis about it We don't believe p.m.Another
Alcoholics will
control persons what Anonymous meeting highlight will show be presented by
Aiding in the training meetIngs Green said he "must planning a campaign to offset : in throwing in the toweL is to the alcoholic. It be a talk by Dr. Joseph W. the Williston Band Parents

I were County Agents James have fallen asleep." possible loss of business I Some cities near limited access was founded in 1937 by the late Fordyce, president of Central Swiss Loan Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Wil

Yelvington Gilchrist; Donald Again on Tuesday Green hit when hghways have been hurt Dr A. A. Low, then associate Florida Junior College at Ocala BERN Switzerland (AP- liston High School auditorium.
Jordan and Ben Floyd, Dixie; that same bridge, this time because completed.nearby Interstate 75 is II.financially, but if you investi professor of psychiatry and neurology He will speak on the advan- Swiss authorities have granted Admission charges areto
and L. C. Cobb Levy county. he said a tire went flat gate, you'll find they did no-
at the University of Illi tages of attending junior col- an interest-free loan of $4,275,000 be announced later.
University of Florida Agricultural , Damage to the truck was set Chamber Secretary Lou thing about it. I to modernize the U.N. European Plans for the show were

Extension Service staff f, at $1,500; repairs to the bridge Cloutier said four signs are "We are going to advertiseand nois.A book by Dr. Low"Mental lege.Hostesses for the meetingwill headquarters in the Palace of made at a meeting of the parents

members assisting with the educational will cost $125. planned along the route, both let the travelers on 1-75 I Health Through Will Training ; be Mrs. Delma Locke, Mrs. Nations in Geneva and build a with band director W. J. I

program included Dr.. Green is uninjured;, the north and south of High Springs, know about High Springs and I ," and recordings by Dr. James Watson, Mrs. C* D. Turn- new headquarters building for Stark Tuesday. The band's activities .
Hervey Sbarpe and Grant God bridge is solid; no report is advertising the city and its' accomintions -we think we'll get our shareof Low are used as part of the Recovery mond lolrs. L. T. Johnson and the U.N. World Health Organi- for the remainder of th I

win.. ; available on the P. 0. budget _, .'for the public. their business." ,method. Mrs. Berger Mrs. Lyle Lathrop. zation. year also were planned. I f
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GETVOURTICKETS TICKETS ARE.SELLING THASS NICE- ) THEM TICKETS P55T'f-
DEAR ABBY: As the mother of a high school freshman, I from here to eternity so that my son may goat age 15. I'd NOW,FOL.KS- .y v LIKE ) BUT WHEN! IS FO SOFTER"

feel our schools are to blame for this demanding attitude displayed like your opinion on this materialism instilled in our children. GCODNESSKNOVJS 'tr x HOTTCAKES.YAM THINK OH-Sfle1 0 SWEETER.. \
by our-youth. The accent is on materialism. In the few REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. MOTHER HOW LONG THEY WE'LL MAKE A 1 O'WHl1T 4 MORE 1a

months my son has attended high school there has been a CAM HOLD CUT// FORTUNE' CQR

steady stream of requests for money. He needs track shoes, a DEAR MOTHER: You are twisting the issue. True, it costs iv tl dp I I'I Ii

. student body card. $4 for a year book drafting instruments a much more to go to school today than it did 25 years ago. i

white sweater for his athletic block letter. My budget exhausted But everything costs more. And people are earning more,

I told him he would have to wait a while on the too. Not every boy who wants a school sweater asks his '

sweater. He was so angry he threw his hair brush at me, mother for it. I once knew a young man who worked all 'I

smeared my bedroom rug with toothpaste and threw a heavy summer at a Super Market and saved his money. You didn't

magnet at the kitchen door with all his might. We pay high say what happened after your son threw the hair brush, the
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taxes, Abby, and our schools should be supported by those magnet and decorated your rug with toothpaste. If all you
taxes. If students don't come up with all the extras offered, did was sit down and write me a letter blaming the schools, Fr

they feel out of it. I also wish to add that I just received notification you can expect more such violent demonstrations of tem-

from the Parents Association that a Eurepon touris per. Only worse. Face it, Mother. Your son is a childish,
being offered next summer for those students who can afford impatient sorehead. Work on straightening him out first. HAND ME MY 0L' z

it. I am 37 years old and have never been to Europe, And then we'll. talk about what's wrong with the school AINT THAT BATCHABOUT AN TNFDIPPER;ILLTESTIT _'i

but here's a great opportunity for me to pay $35 a month system. = OF CORNS Q UEE ZIN'S LUKE. \
READY,
E4rrIIIrr4
dude Kate Smith, dancer O Romper Room SNUFFY? yc

Juliet Prowse, the comedy 9:30 Q Gale Storm ....

team of Vic Grecco and O People Are Funny 00

0 Fred Willard, comedian D Margie

I I Pat Buttram, magician 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard Holland

I Marvin Roy and trampoline 10:00 O Say When

I artist Dick Alberts. O News A..

8:30 O D Grindl Waldo Norris ::J
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"Grindl's Day Off" starts 10:25 Q D News Z ye a I It
as one of "those" days 10:30 O CD Word For Word I

when she finds herself O I Love Lucy

taking a shower in her pa11:00 O CD Concentration

jamas. O Price Is Right T FAT CHANCE? THE LASTT1ME WASHINGTON COMPLAINS 'TAKS! HER SACK TO TILL
SUNDAY MORNING 3:30 Q To Be Announced 9:00 O Judy Garland O Classroom TRY MORE SKETCHES TO, I DID A PENCIL SKETCH THAT PLANE COMMUNO MOON," REPLIES TRACY
7:00 CD Living Words CD Movie Q D Bonanza 11:30 O CD Missing Links MAKE UNDERSTAND SHE MELTED THE AND RADAR IN THIS IRIGHTC I)

7:05 CD Religion is Relevant "King of the Under (Color) "My Son, My O Pete And GladysSon. SHgSGOTTOTURMTHATPOWS5& / -. o PAPER.1 ILNE 1 i AREAAREJAMMEQ. WgT'tO) f o
7:30 CD Gospel Caravan world." Humphrey Bo- ." Ben and widow 12:00 Q CD First Impression ry o WE l)0?

8:30 CD Gospel Songs gart. Katherine Saunders are (color)

8:50 O Sen. George Smathers 4:00 O CD Wonderful World considering marriage O Love Of Life

8:55 O Sen. Spessard Holland of Golf when Katherine's missing 12:25 O News
Kind in 12:30 Q CD Truth or lg (Irtctij o e o o P 0 i ..
9:00 O You Are There O One Of A son shows up town 0 .: .:

O Showcase Ken Knight 5:00 Q CD Bing Crosby Golf and is promptly accused Consequencesof ::.- ..,.
9:30 Q Children's Hoar O Alumni Fun of murder. Search For Tomorrow E"I o --'j. -

.. O Gospel Time 5:30 O Jacksonville Forum O Candid Camera 12:45 Q Guiding Light .. -

CD Together We Worship 6:00 O Twentieth Century 10:30 O What's My Line O Let's Speak Spanish 6 .. ''' .: '-
JFK Memorial 11:00 O News 12:55 O CD News .C" .O
10:00 O CD "I n vas Ion of Sicily. ..
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O Lamp Unto My Feet Films show Allied troops O News 1:00 Q News 0 p -_

19:30 O This Is The Life landing in.Sicily on July D News O Midday Q .t ; i'LZ

CJ Church Service 10, 1943; the bitter fighting 11:15 O Movie CD Local News
Revival "Professor Beware." Harold 1:05 CD Match Game : I SAID TD WHEN YOU LEAYIN' I WAS GOINGTOAAQRROW. I DCNTTELLYDU NO MORE... ] 1
12:00 Q along the to Messina CALL YOU LATER/ >
way
fOR CINCINNATb .; ... GET OUT OF TOWN...tm
O Jacksonville ; and the escape of Lloyd, Phyllis Welch. 1:15 Q Focus-Interview YERO PLEASE..YOLCVE GOT >v TW BUSY/ CROYDENs NOW I'M NOT LATER THAN TOMORROW/
Times 1:30 Q Science TO GET ME SOME RIOHTAWAtf 50 SURE
m Changing
University 100,000 Axis troops to them THIS HEADACHE'S 4
Bugs Bunny Italian mainland. 11:30 O Peter UnnnD Q As The World Turns KILLING ME/ ,

12:30 O Oral Roberts 6:30 O Mister EdO ( Movie CD Ernie Ford
Report News, Weather, Sports "New Faces" Ronny Gra 2:00 Q CD Let's Make A Deal -<

O Movie 7:00 O Lassie ham, Eartha Kitt Robert O Password

'Lure of the Swamp." Q Bill Dana Clary, Alice Ghostley. 2:25 Q CD News

Marshall Thompson, Joan Jose adds "A Tip for Un- MONDAY MORNING 2:30 Q CD Doctors o

,. Vohs Willard Parker. cle Sam" to his tax return AND AFTERNOON O House Party i yT
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CD Movie a friendly gesture 6:00 Q Slimnastics 3:00 Q CD Loretta Young exaa t

"The Forbidden Land." which fouls up every com 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac O To Tell The Truth

Johnny Weissmuller. puter in the Internal Rev 6:30 O Florida History 3:25 O News y. I II

1:00 O Chrlstophers enue Service-and makes O Pastor's Study 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say I

1:30 O Catholic Hour him a National hero. 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac Q Edge Of Night
Duke 6:40 Words color) 4:00 Q Match Game
2:00 O Star And The Story CD Patty Living ( ,
O Florida Basketball 7:30 O CD Disney's World 6:45 D Hi, Neighbor (color) Q Secret Storm III II 3*miy' THE TELEPHONE *' i t TAKE YOUR PUP OUT
HAS ALREADY BEEN I KNOW FOR A WALK, ELMO",
Sloan O My Favorite Martian 6:50 O Farm And Home CD Popeye's Pals WHEN I GROW UP j INVENTED > THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE BEGINNING
CD Ozzie And Harriet Uncle Martin discovers 7:00 O ,D Today 4:25 O News BUMSTEAD, GAVE ME TO WORRY ME
that Mars has spun off its O News, Weather 4:30 Q Burns and Allen I'M GOING TO INVENT THE IDEA '0
2:30 O Sports Spectacular THE TELEPHONE :; -
normal orbit, and is close 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Yogi Bear nz
O Topic
enough to Earth for him 7:50 O News CD Movie
CD Hootenanny
From the University of to try to go home. 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo "It Came from Beneath

Florida Campus. 8:00 O Ed Sullivan-Variety 9:00 Q Jack LaLanne the Sea." Kenneth Tobey, Y

.n.ftrt..vv Cl_ Tntrrnatlonal Zone__n_ Ed's scheduled guests in- O Bachelor Father Faith Domergue.lay .

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By Russell Baker
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IT I5NT AT AIL LIKE THE UH' 50M LITTLE
CONSERVATIVE PATTERNS YOU 5HOPDOWNTOWN! ANYTHING --- -
I FOUND THIS IN THE. \R..UH SEEMED USUALLY WEARDARlNG! WHERE GOOD ON TELEVISION TONIGHT
I L. POCKET WHEN I WAS HANGJN5 TO GO WEII WITH DID YOU BUY IT? DEAR?
UP YOUR COAT, VINCE!'... MY TWEED SUIT -
II AREN'T YOU GETTING A EFT
I is down the smoke with gale tion that the habit really is un LILLl!
By RUSSELL BAKER thing as follows: smoking GAUDY IN YOUR OLD AGE?
Krro Uork Stmru bad for the health. It is very force. During those televis breakable. As long as this nation
dangerous. Living dangerouslyis ion commercials in which that is successfully cultivated, o t

WASHINGTON Actuallya romantic and, heaven knows, man about town lights Julie members have a fashionable'

cigarette is nothing more life is humdrum enough nowadays London's cigarette, he may technique to avoid the truth. It
than fire under the nose.
a without giving up what lit shout, "What kind of lout would is so much easier to say "]1 I
Once this truth is grasped,
tle romance is left. light a fire under that beautiful -know these things are killing!
breaking the cigarette habit nose?" me, but I can't break the hab
of merely
becomes relatively easy. I This way thought victim It is good to think this it" than to admit the macabre < ILI /
binds
Ask not, "Shall I quit smoking the cigarette more very
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kind of but not to truth: "I don't really feel safe I
?" but, "Shall I quit sitting tightly in his chains of smoke. thing, speakit.
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around with fire under my However, once he stops thinkingof While breaking the cigarette without a fire under my nose. I

nose?" When the problem is put his little white cylinder as habit, the breaker must be sure Usually the habit is quicklyand 50MGT1ME5 b11 IN TH; SPRINo ...WHAT ri.i CONSIPCR ilow MANY GREAT sUN: :)t OF SCHOLAR
a deadly and sees it that nobody knows what is going easily forgotten after fouror I WE BALKATTN; A YOUWS MAN'S 31ELS HAVE k7UN3 LADIES IN CDU&3SCN JVC GOT I ASKED CNE&ZL
in these terms most people will weapon five and of all GLCRIATi4ESE PFW5C11CO.TA'NINS: FANCY TURNS SEEN TH.NBNdAKUT THE FZOWL. FC2 WJS- TO TALK. CN R Ert CHINA
say yes and mean it. The important -.I as a piffling affectation, he immediately on, for whenever the word days course let KIDS CNLY BOYS! AU. BANDS AZE OPEN M1N2- -ASP $HCGCy ; SAID tTLOCKED ti
of feels himself liberat gets out that some miserable those pleasant new sensationsoccur z f SPEAK OF NOTHWJ WINTMAUMCE D AND SUSCEPTIBLE A3AIN5T A YEUCWTABLEOCTH. '
is not to think
thing fire-sniffer is trying to reform, just as the square old I BUT THAT SIU.Y -y OUR COCD T1fAC1I .'
smoke. Q SNOW BALI.cUEEN 140 METNOD5! '
cigarette as a ed.He +
I doctors always said they
other cigarette users every- ELECTION!
The answer to "Shall I quit may even become smug or
would. The nose begins to func u E WB
make
smoking?" usually goes some- amused when watching others where organize to sure : ( tf Di
he fails. tion again.- The lungs make it

HARASS SCAR The cigarette users of the to the top of the stairs withouta

AL 1 GHT CORHY world, of course, form a dark paraoxysm. Food begins to. \ :
CHARY ARTEACROSS brotherhood which, like the ma- taste again as it used to taste d \

23.Irish for HAG U L L A M A fia, hates a defector. When the 300,000 cigarettes ago. :! - / Rtt4
1.Pear KNEE 3 0 R E brotherhood hears that a mem- After four or five months,

5.Soldier' 2 9.Job Spun e R E E K T H A N E S ber has started laughing about when it can no longer be con;
overcoat 33.Every M A j: R E p AV A S T the fires under their noses and cealed that the habit has in-' : Uii

.11.Proportion body uncle A v a IN U D G E saying "no thanks" to a ciga- deed been shaken the brother'
Mimosa 34.Pers.fairy E (: 0 GE AR G A D make hood's attack will take on vicious
Embellish rette, it proceeds to his
U L M A H EAR Y
35.Person overtones. The
new reformed
11.. Happens life miserable until he comes I THN'4SO YOU THINK 60?.' ,
36. 3 1 R E H C E R I S E RWAw
Prayer smoker will notice subtle c
again back to smoke. J,2n THE MEy S.R; i WAnlT' YOU SIZ
5.RJ pen 38.Iron ANENT ENAMOR but nonetheless ugly changes "''t UP FOR TO KNOW SOVASHeD / M A RC N .Y :
morale de- rt.
send
"16.Row 40.Outcome They cackling of attitudes among his old COW{ SA2sic t,4 .
41.Make SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE stroyers, people as malevolentas
.18.Buddhist cigarette-user associates. = t I
jubilant Old Blind Pew come to slip i .....
pillar 3.. i1sta. 8.Eyepiece They may subject him to
19.let cream 42.High volcr 4.Satisfied Billy Bones the black spot. -<
43'M krt 9.Harangue emotional outbursts: "How can 0 Ga
21.Commaad- at 5.Printer'sdirection 10.Church "Quit smoking, eh? I tried you sit there like that without =
ed DOWN festival once. Went two necks, but now "
smoking? or bully him: "If
22.GLd'i name 1.Policeman's 6.Maple 1L Electric I'm back to three packs a day.
had at all
you any breeding ,
t 23.ShIpworm! shield genus catfish Let me know how long you
y.
24.Tie Oklahoma 7*Lumber11. Name last." you'd light one up with me s S a 3 I
27.Turk cap Indians man1 boot meanIng just for old time's sake." Or
watchful Sometimes the brotherhood taunt him: "Chicken, eh?" Or

II I&. 3 4' o' s -6 7 f 9 2Q.Purple agent comes at lunch wearingthe try to terrify him: "It's alarming

seaweed face of an old friend. He old fellow, how your whole =
II rrf. ,z 21.Arab. will ask, as he lights his little personality has changed since
drink fire and it in face "
/J I. puffs your you gave up smoking.
23.Beforehand "This doesn't bother you, doesit The most trying of all are
IS i/ K 'I r# T 24.Separate ? What made you decide to the dear old friends from the HE5 UNEASY WOtf 5OMETHINGM Mf I THINK YOU? SOMEONE TIPPED HIM OFf
25.M ckutI. give it up?" w THERE ME 5E THIN35 r'D r'D tlJve I WONDER WHAT IT tt? PERHAPS, EJ BETTER GET OVER AND ABOUT THE PARTY YOU MAP
"! 2.0 / 11 like fish brotherhood, who wait until the UKE TD R5CU55 WITH cu5soNA! R ALAN: X SHOULD GIVE R.7.A CALL A SEE THE GOVERNOR FOR PARKER LAST Nl&WT..
' 26.SmockI"Z. It is best to lie, to say that reformed smoker's guard is o Coyly YOU HAVE DINNED N RJ&HT AWAY R.J.. AND HE5 GLOW HIS TOP..

/ E! Z5 27.Pro you have stopped only tempor down, perhaps from a transportof ivrrH AtiE TONI6HTT W

If ZS Z_ 1.1 ;:/;' 29.French In arily because of a sore throat emotion or an excess of ver Ea
@ ",/"rccome and will be back on the smoke mouth, and then try to get the
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za ' 19 Jo ,,11Jz. 30.Absolute when it clears up. The broth- old fire relit under his nose. <

31.Crowing erhood may ease up if mollified The motive is decent enough.

JJ. r' JP %/1 y, 'S' out with other little fictions, These people feel that the reformed
32.Cancel
Sf 37 j r"; "0 JJ 34.Survey such as, "I could never quit, friend has lost the cour-

37.Underwater you know. Nobody can ever age to live dangerously-that he
f0 i 1' craft really shake the habit. has "the fear" as they say in Q I l"O

4& ti- { 39.Utmost The brotherhood's solidarity the bullfight movies-and they a ; 1N I ,A

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Sunday, January 19, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C
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aers:, a Blue ribbon panel of administration -
Music Educators Hold Convention f Revamping I 1 officials has been 11 FEMALE HELP: WANTED

i conducting a reappraisal of the

Aid Program foreign aid Their tfcietary-Buokkeeper. tomark
aims
; program. H day eKher mornings after C
or
b>' REID POOLE ,Stanley Chapple, the famous vided into a senior high and a I to change it into somethingmore You noons. Orkin Exterminating Co V I

Head, Department of Music British-born conductor of I I 528 V :Main M. '
iiN1NG opera junior high chorus, a senior I Has Foes acceptable to Congress. i

University of Florida and symphony, now at the Uni-I high and a junior high school WANT $33 P"SUioK -nd t
flewanlobe? Show lovely i
our
(Note: ,The Faculty Concert: fS versity Washington in Seattle, band, and the aforementioned David E. Bell, administrator ctresfce Fashion Frocks
previously announced for the: PoST WASHINGTON (AP-"I you of the semiautonomous Dept. P4566. Cincinnati. 0
r- brought the All-State High Symphony Orchestra. These Agency *52B.EARX.

University Auditorium, Wednesday School Symphony Orchestra to goups attain an amazing proficiency drop a needle "in the bathtub, for International Development, M$465 weekly UliNudln I

January 22, has been a peak of excellence in perfor-I and musicality within you can find it, says Rep. Otto reportedly has opposed breaking Can dent typing Adjustable
Passman D-La. "But if :hours For iaforma'ion write:
postponed. The concert will be mance not previously equalled. their two days of concentrated you it up. Dept. RE. Box 190C. <*>S.prtofield. .

re-scheduled later in the dropped it in the Potomac youdnever MissouriEXPERIENCED -
sea Jean Berger, the composer, rehearsals. Undersecretary V.VV ,
ot State
I son.) was the conductor of the All-i The Tallahassee Youth find it. l help for fits i
Sym-
and ,
George W. Ball, who heads the casualty insurance office !

The Florida Music Educators State high school chorus. Rich-'phony, conducted by Jack This is Passman's reaction to t I committee reviewing the Gainesville Salary open.Sun Write, box 31&-A.
program giving exper-
iof Association held its Twentieth ard Bowles, Director of Bandsat 'I Swartz and Glenn Heinlen, performed I various administration proposals is said to favor absorb- lencc. age marital status.

.. Annual Convention and Music the University of Florida, on Friday evening, to give the foreign aid program ing the aid function into other AMBITIOUS : I

Clinic in Daytona Beach on Jan- turned in his usual excell- and an outstanding chorus from;I a new look. One idea is parts of the State Department. Buy! Marshall WOMANA Field Family
uary 9, 10 and 11. Attended by ent work as conductor of the Riverview High School in Sara.I to absorb the present aid organ- ed ambitions Co. has local opening |for

633 school and college music All-State Junior High School sofa sang under the directionof ization into other agencies of the Insurance character.woman of Age unquestionable 2150.

teachers and some two thous Band. And there were others I John Cooper on Saturday State Department. Another is to College to earning ed.above pref. average Accustomed lac.

and high school students, the too numerous to mention here.i morning. I separate the military assistance Break ForNonS.iiokers Must be ready to accept position -
by Jan. 2*. For local interview
convention indicated clearly that Basic Issues I and the economic aid compo- write fully. Ja<& RiKd.

music is an essential in F!' rida's .j'- TTiomas'D.' Bailey, State Superintendent Sheriff, Deputy nents of the controversial pro Hire ! Box State 3511 age., ed.Chicago exp:: aoo St. pb.Vo. III..

education picture. L i' e of Public Instruc- gram. : .
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AreaJail
many aspects of Florida's burgeoning tion the Speak at Passman heads the House : CHICAGO ii.-:: : tu keel house and rare
: was speaker at the Appropriations -. tAP)-Kemper Insurance for 2 .mall children Ph-rtFH

development, music in main general session of the con-I,, Forum subcommittee that I. companies plan to dou- 2-464

the public schools and colleg vention. He put Florida's school i handles the foreign aid money : ble the amount of maximum

es has a healthy record of ac ed image of social and artisticvalues picture in '' Sheriff Joe Crevasse and his I I I bill. He thinks the is for 12 Malt Help Wanted
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i perspective, reviewing 'I program !I j coverage non-cigarette smok-

complishment. However, rather needs .to Every provide secondary well trained schoo I iI the great strides made throughthe I' chief Deputy. Lu Hindery, were I I I far too big and he more than I)I ers who undergo treatment for Sell ! -MEAT CUTTERS Must \have I

than resting on any laurels, Minimum Foundation Pro- speakers at the National JailAssociation's )anyone else was responsible for lung cancer experience. Appi.Food L ilr
Store. 13th t. t 03rd Blvd.
personnel, adequate facilities J
the music teaching profession is gram and through such implements regional jail for-i(I slashing it down to $3 billion -

bending its efforts toward more I definite time during the school] as accreditation stand- um last week in Tampa. this year-$1.5 billion less than Dr. Gilmore Long, Kemper I I S..LESMAtrainee and office to machines otficeauppliefe

clearly defining its proper placein I day, and broad curricular offer ards. He lauded the music tea- Crevasse was one of four I'I President John F. Kennedy had medical director, said Friday :Must have high cboOl education

the rapidly changing total I ings in the arts for all stu chers for their interest in the [men on a symposium, "Ad. asked forNevertheless. V the increased coverage will be i.ood pay or and better opportunity good hour foi'

educational structure, and outlining dents. total educational picture and vance Planning for :Mass De->I extended automatically at no advancement Write Box 3*-"
c/o CMIle Sun.
and effecting, the steps!I In addition to passing the resolution urged them to keep in mind tention Emergencies." I II I Passman is increase in rates to all persons MAN wanted for local milk rouw:

that need to be taken now and I the teachers founc I always the importance of a I Hindery talked on "Legal dead set against any change in L carrying cancer insurance policies or Must be bondable. Prefer mar

in the immediate future, with I I themselves also provided with perly balanced total program.Ed. pro-. Rights of Jailers and Officers"in the program's setup, as are who can show they have education ned man.preferred 21-35 Hign Apply Schoo''>>I IS.W.

regard to music in the schools. !(I sample suggestions for scheduling Henderson Executive Se- another symposium. The many other key congressmenand not smoked cigarettes for at I 5th St

Seven or Eight Period Day l a 7 or 8 period day to take cretary of the Florida! Education meeting consisted of three daysof senators who have the most; least two years prior to the diagnosis szi1.us: first das autfl

back to their own school situations symposiums and workshops. to say about foreign aid. of lung cancer. m haakpI; lopeUmd
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The F.M.E.A. passed Association sooke at the Garage 1140 fc Lint *v.

ously a resolution unanim-I I to help in working oul I convention banquet. He traced Delegates came from'f I "If it is fragmented you would RentDi SALES REPRE&F.NTAT1VF- -

school officials to ,of solutions for their schools. the progress made in recent throughout the eastern U. S. never" be able to find the total Crushed South Florida ht*ne Imlustn Area

school day in high schools of i isc.en Multi-Faceted Activities years in teachers' salaries and Hindery and Crevasse were cost, said Passman in an in- Previous experience in n.j\,
S. R D. building .nd
included the be- terview. "I'm for program
or eight periods insteadof I The Florida Music Educa stated that the 1963 legislative on program keeping for j.tNTUIATRf24OPew4oceaReaJ'Pf with Florida Ebsweering eon
cause of the consistently high eign aid in one package where V tractors would be most b"'Y
the time honored six-period tors meetings are not only busi session was one of the most fuL Degree in Civil Engineering

day, in order to provide ade- ness and executive board meet fruitful in history for Florida's ratings given to Alachua Coun- the American people can see it. 70 f 6.50lt.. preferred Good. salarV .

quate opportunities for studentsto ings for the parent F. f.E.A. schools and the teaching profes- ty's jail by both state and fed- I will oppose any plan to break: fringe furnished benefits fcAcellvnt irai rortatkm OPportunity '
Held Over! 2nd Week
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Big
eral jail inspectors. The last up. for right mn 'Beime
and the
take required and elective component groups ol sion. The recent legislature en- .
EARLY SHOW TONIGHT will be held in strict
courses in musical performing teachers and directors in the acted a law declaring that teaching report gave it an excellent rat Under President Johnson's or- confidence Mall resume to Box

organizations, in general music areas of band, :orchestra, vocal is legally a profession in ing. NOTICE TO APPEAR- Doors Open 6:30 haw at 6:10 1------: 329-M c/o Gainesville Sun
TO Darling Shown First A. Last
: JIM V. BRADLEY CHRISTIAN MAN needed Sal'
music history, and music theo elementary college and r the State of Florida; this hon- IV TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Address Unknown Sorry No Panead'id or part-time Lifeline secur >
IX AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
ry. The F.M.E.A. resolution!general music, but also are actual ors teachers at the same time FLORIDA. No.You 11764 Experience Sands school
are hereby notified that
I a suit for ministry hrlpfu barn *'UOok.
quoted from a Position Paper working "clinics" with l I that it challenges the teaching IX Estate RE:ofWILLIAM divorce has been filed against you by: and up. No competitionJohn
CARRIE MAE BRADLEY. Plaintiff in Rudln (b.. 22 W. "ddl, )
adopted by the National Associ- guest expert clinicians wh' demonstrate profession to measure up to JOHN KROPATSCH the Circuit Court of Alachua County osi St.. Chicago 2, Illinois
Deceased.
ation of Secondary-School Prin- methods Florida. in Chancery and you are required ---
teaching
I professional standards such as NOTICE TO CREDITORSAD to serve a copy of your Answer IXS. AGE.VTSritt'i or par I'nie.
cipals in 1962, entitled "The and techniques and bring news those which obtain in Jaw and creditors of the Estate of Win- or pleading to the Complaint on the No debit collection Gainesville -
deceased _
lam John Kropatsch. are .
l
Plaintiff's Write PO. IV
area. 1'
Arts in the Comprehensive and evaluation of recent publications medicine. j I hereby notified and required to file Post Office attorney Box 197. Gainesville.S1. SCRUGGS.Flori 4 746. Ocala. Florida

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School" "Neither of music and any claims or demands which they da, and file the original in the office of '
Secondary : !I school music Music Festival may have against said Estate in the the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Gainesville MANAGER nul'loF.SSte d.v
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an outstanding nation nor aj j: texts. Some 14 guest con i l I'('office of the County Judge of Alachua Florida on or before the 10th day employment Fringe benefi-
: The most striking of :County, Florida. in the Courthouse at of January A. D. 19<>4; otherwise the 4ge 21-50 Apply in person'
worthy individual can be Intellectually ,ductors and clinicians came aspect GainesrfUe. Florid within I six calendar -I allegations of said complaint will be Jackson MimlMarket214

mature and aesthetIcally -.from within the state and fromas the entire clinic is that it is a I publication I months of from this the Notice.date Each of the claim first taken as confessed by you. N.Vk t5.tI'e.-.- -

impoverished. School programs ; far away as Washington concentrated music festival j| or demand must be in writing and I D.DATED. this 9th day of December A. 376.4672 SALESMAN guaranteed buccecsfu alart ,
must state the place of residence and 1963.J. training provided
should reflect a balanc-'i' State and Colorado.RENTATV. On Saturday afternoon t h el' Post Otfice address of the claimant, Clerk. B. of CARMICHAEL the Circuit ales background desired Oi
Court kin O 528 N.
State Onpra Assnrifltinn Exterminating
new and must be sworn to by the claimant. \lachua Count FloridaBY
-- n } Main M
his agent or his attorney, or it will
Florida presented F S.U. com become wold. Al'NaI"din.. j.. I.,.. I : MARTIE WHITWORTH SALES 'TRAINHE. Good
Deputy Clerk I oppur-
poser Carlisle Floyd's opera DATED tills 23tdD cemt-er. I(2988) 1:12. 19. 26: 2:2 tunity to learn a valuable skill
A. D. 1963. Reply by letter only to P 0
'
"Susannah" in Peabody Audi-I /JOSEPHINE KROPATSCH CALL FOR BIDS CLASSIFIED Hox 41. Game ville. Florida
torium. Robert Sedore Josephine Kropatach, Notice i* hereby given that the Board maun; I Give resume of experience: and
con- Administratrix of the Estate CI of County Commissioners of Alachua ; trainingBURDEN'S.
ducted and of William ounty:: hereby calls for and
soprano Hedi Sven-I John Kroppatsch requests ----- --- ------ ----
TECH TELEVISION CROUCH a. ANDERSON bids for the following described vehicles :\ Dairy his need Incompetent .
ftC james
dsen sang the title role. Rich- ; E. First Street I to be sold by said Board to the garner men fir rnu'e talework -
122 N.W. 16 hAv \
v I Gainesville. Florida I highest bidder for cash. Liberal commission vcatkm .>
ard Collins
most effectiveas
was Attorneys for the Administratrix Item 1-One 1956 Forward Control 4- polly bergen l polio and rt-Uremen
the preacher, Olin Blitch. 12971) 1:5. 12. 19. 26 "heel drive F150 Willis C sea Sawsiss benefits Ages 25-0. High Schoo
epupt?:: I
Truck. Serial No. 65548- education. Refeiences required
VISIT WEEKI-WACHEE The final festive concert on IV THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 15245. eenol-i.t Announcements Apply in person. Branch of

Saturday night featured some JUDGE D.\ ALACHUA COUNTY FLORI. Item 2-One 1S56: Willis Pick-up Truck lice. 2420 NE 19th Dilve.AMBITIOUS I
4-Wheel ----- ----
I drive Serial No.
1,500 high school performers di- IV PROBATE 35268 25757. ver,
r.1.I1'v In Re: The above equipment may be inspected 3 LOST tr FOUND MANA
I NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGThe \ ESTATE OF during normal working hours at the tdarling" Marshall Field Fnub. ""*".
-- Broadway's Big Fun I annual meeting of the members MACK C. HILL. JR.. Deceased. Mosquito Control warehouse located ed Co. has local o-n'! f'.
::-- of United Community Fund of Greater To AU Creditors and Persons Having at the Gainesville Municipal Airport. =' LOST English Setter. male. bile.c ambitious man erf un<|uesionrf'ile -
Is A Screen Hit! I Gainesville will be held on Monday Claims or Demands Against Said Es Appointments may be arranged by callIng - - -- white with tiff right hind character ,A V
February 17. 1964 at 4 p m. in Guarany tate: 376-4106. leg vicinity Archer Rd. ReWARD College ed., piet Aicu&iointHi.
.
Federal Savings and Loan Awocia- You and each of you are hereby Interested parties may submit bids on .-.MIU lira[ FBIfUlI WIIWIISIMIKI for ret. FR 6-1740. to earning above average uii
20.c I ion Building. 220 North Main Street. notified and required to present any either, or both items of equipment. however chuck -- -- Must be ready to accept po
_ __ : Gamesvill } orida. The purpose of claims and demands which you or either each bid must clearly show the ** eonnors LOST black handbag between Kition bj Jan. 28. For bra
) i I this meeting is lor the election of Di of you. may have a'(alnst the estateof amount offered for each separate item. Hit >o. 2 At 8:8tt Only 424 \V24th M. t Oh-Kay interview write' follylack
rectorsnrt offl- r. and the transaction Mack C. Hill. Jr.. deceased. late of All bids shall be in writing and delivered Trailer Park. Phone FR 2-5261 Rued. Box 3311. Chicago MilL
JaMeS lGwaRl of such other business a11 may said County. to the County Judge of by hand or mail to the Board BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND -dais-FR 6-3322 nights. State age. ed.. exp and
come before the meeting. All contributors Alachua County Florida at hill office o f County Commissioners of Alachua LOST70 pound---Hampshire- - -- -ph. No.
in the courthouse of said County at Ounty.: at the Courthouse In Gainesville -
to the Fund are members and 3013 S W Archer Road. Phone
$2NDIDE.Er I are invited to attend this meeting. Gainesville. Florida within six calen Florida on or before 2:30 P.M. JACK 376-4869. J 3-Help Mire or Female
( C. B. WEBSTER, dar months from the time of the first Tuesday. January 28. 19&4. Said bid
) Executive:: Secretary publication of this notice. Each claimor shall be enclosed and sealed within an
(3ou6 1:19. 26: 2: 2TV demand shall be In writing and shall envelope and the envelope clearly LEMON 4 PERSONALIZED REG. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN.
state the place of residence and post of marked "bids on Willis trucks. SERVICE .
Self '
THE c i R c urr COUPT ;' fice address of the starter "l h good
o THE claimant and shall The Board of County Commissioners
'it EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND be sworn to by the claimant. his agent. reserves the right to accept or reject "Days of Wine In'ENCER custom made foundation box record 328 Repl M. c/o in G'ville confidence Sun to
EGE HER FOR ALACHUA cOUNTY FLORrDA. or attorney and any such claim or demand any or all bids.G. aDd brss. Also makers of
; c.WvA.G NO. 1170-C not co filed shall be void. M. Davis Jr.. Chairman Splrella corsets and girdles. $90 WEEK
,I THE RANK OFBROOKLYN -s-Victoria H FloydVICTORIA Board of County Commissioner and Roses"THE Call Ann Zimmerman FR tM7fc CONVENIENT: type food chain
H. FLOYD. Alachua County, Florida needs husband fe/team!
ShENINE Plaintiff As administratrix of the Estate to
(2989) 1:12. 19
l I.Vli of Mack C. Hill Jr.. deceased FIREWOOD when manage in Gainesville (ash
----- ---- -- - -- - jou need 1L24 Bond
Required Call
3N-9264
THURMAX E. COTHBAX. et ux. RICHARD J. WILSON hour delivery. Service satis
Defendants.NOTICE Attorney for Administratrix I MOST factory and lowest price guar- NOTARY -- hande n ta n work
COLOR BY DELUXE CINEMASCOPE OF SALE 5 Southeast First StreetGainesville. anteed. Phone 15955. for builder. MuM be able to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFV that on Florida SHOCKINGSCANDAL travel up to 100 miles short
STARTS THURSDAY o I the 27th day of Jaouar>". 1964. at 10 (2973) 1:5. 12 19, 26 LEARN. TO DRIVEl Special atntion notice Sober .nd reliable.on Call
a.m. at the Clerk's door of the Courthouse NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ; to nervous or elderly. Mr. Ceurge. Tampa 835-2112.
._.Th.yp1ayogan.of ) of Alacnua County. at Gaines OFFICE AT PARIS Easy Way Driving SChOOL FB
OF THE STATE ROAD
VOle Florida the undersigned Clerk _2-7002. He. by State of Fla. CARRIER needed for morning
danger and dtfighf... ( ) F I ..ill offer for sale to the highest and Tallahassee DEPARTMENT Florida 1 :co Z EVER SAWl ?_ pjpey: route Phone 374902.itArrs.'IA.'Il. .

best bidder for cash the following described January 7. 196ICONSTRUCTION <6< SPECIAL NOTICES Mint be In; good
Cary Audrey / I real property: AND 3:10: ENDS .. -.;: fceafth. no age barrier. Must
I Lot Fifty-Nine (59) of Highland
MAINTENANCE PROGRAM have ability with
LAND hands. G iud
Grant It" Court. Unit No. Four (4). as per Seated bids win be received at the 7:20; M ON. 1 WANTED TO RENT WANTED grazing land opportunity for advancement:
plat recorded in Plat Book "E" ,
Hepburn >J State Road Department Offices. Room JOSEPH E. UVINE for 50-150 cattle for 194. Reply' giving resume of expenence -
page 37. of the Public Records of po Roy-
223. Hollfcud
Biaklmg. Tallahassee. .
Alachua County. Florida. I 9 1 0 __ t. FR I-5OI/L and training to P.O
Florida from Qualified Contractors Bvx ,
Until 41. Gainesville
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I "CHARADE" together with all structures. Improvements 10:30 A.M. on Tuesday the'28th .'
I I fixtures. appliances, and appurtenances day of January 1964. for the following I : 8 Baby Sitters Child Can ARE you looking for a-.wd
on said land or used in conjunction work: part-time or full time Income
therewith. :NOTE in W. Alachua Co. or pan
This sale is made pursuant to final (1) :New instruction to Bidders -I TINYTOT Gainesville Many Rawlelgb
decree of foreclosure entered in Chancery An Embassy Pictures Releauin Dealers
PREPARATION AND EXECUTION earn $2.50: and up
action No. 11710-C now pending OF PROPOSALS IRREGULARI EASTMAN COLOR ---' PLAY SCHOOLCHILD per hour. Wri'e Rawieigh Dept
I In tM Circuit Court (iid for Ala- TIES (2nd sheet of each Proposal). Vlat Si ud see for Harse' FAA-sau-aa. Memphis. Term.
SLIGHT INCREASE IN ctuia County. Florida. (2) New Bid Bond Form lR'!v. November S4 SB IUt 8*. FK 1-7101. --
DATED THIS 15th day of January 63): Included with each $66 MEEKLY AND MORE
ADMISSION FOR THIS ONE 1954. Proposal. -V _V_ CARE In private home For reliable man or woman
FEATURES 7:1510:30 J. B. CARMICHAEL. ALACHUA COUNTY (PRLMARY _!! -I I b7 the hour, day or we *. 1J07 to service. customers in ace
ri-r "t the Circuit Court FUNDS): FEDERAL AID PROJECTS N.W 6th St Can m.mLCHILD finn of GtfeietvtHe Full 01
Exclusive, ; First Area Show; I (COURT SEAL) NOS. F-OU3-1 (5) L S-136 (4) (JOBS part- ry. "' MTV WATEHHOUSE :NOS 26050-3501 1 26060-3503). SR 24 i SHjOlP QUALITY CARE fur children or In. Wnte C. R Ruble. Dept .J.,
I Deputy Clerk 200. in W-ldo between SR 200 and the I II -' _' _ _ fants. Private home. Phone P. O Box 2447, Memphis.
HELD OVER! (3001): ) 1:19 Bradford County line and between the FR Due.1-134a. J17 .N.W. 21ft Av.- Temie.a e.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND south limits of Waldo and SR 34. Work Shop Sjervfccfr Bookkeeper, experieoced asIan
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDAIN consists of constructing a 2 and 4-lane I- > KIDDIE KORT open.
CHANCERY faculty of heavy grading; 8Vi" Lime- Child care center. Pick 2 Experienced secretaries salary
rock Base with Type I Asph. Cone. Surface up at

CROWDS! CROWDS! CROWDS! EDWARD PLAINTIFF J. LAVIGNE. ;aniS constructing Binder Cse.a 4-lane: drainage cone structures slab Shop Te h* Littlewood. or mo and Phone JJ Finley.FR 2-6667.DayWK. 1 1 open.Route Automobile salesman mechanic *

s-s deck bridge (OAL SOT) over SR 24 KEEP cSUW in clean home. Li 2 Salesladies ,
See It Now! Don't be ALICE L. LAVIGNE. and the SAL Railroad of prestressedcone. cation Palm View t Sunny. CXXNNELL EMPLOYMENT
Sorry
Defendant Beams and welded steel plate brook Estates OaK FRS 6| AGENCY
NOTICE TO 4PPEAK girders on cone piers and having cone. for address. 120 SE. 1st A,..
YOU READ ABOUT HER IN TO: ALICE L. LAVIGNE stressed cone piles and having cone MAGNAVOX _Phone 378-8234
Whose last known residence and end bents on Meet piles; cone handrail
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE. P.O. address !..: : and incidental items. Length
NOW T>_n_ Hy>,. SI *_ftQft_ Employment 14-Sales Help Wanted
: r i SEE ALL OF HER Keystone-Height*. Florida. --ALACHUA COUNTYs FEDERAL AID
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that INTERSTATE PROJECT NO 1-75-2- STEREO -- TELEVISION $400 COMMISSION
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed (:!II) 112 (JOB NO. 26260-3414)( SR 93 '
against and are required to (RT. 75). between the Mario -Alachua SALESMEN in any area or Mal
you you 122 N W. 16tK Are. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED area to sell fiAt.bed block
line and SR 25 near Alachua.
serve a copy of your answer or plead- County I homes
ing to the Complaint upon the Plain- Work consists of furnishing and erecting H.' SL'PEftVjaOK.; 210ear on owners Jut. Straight
t uy payout.
U
titf's attorneys. Reynolds & 001dm.p Traffic Control Roadway Signs havingeither paid vacation .telr. experienced
$4*>
o. Settled see :Mr
or McMurtry
O. Box 468. Gainesville. Florida aluminum or steel sign panels Tampa
married
young RV
and file the original answer or pleadingin and supports: stripe painting; and incidental References preferred. Builders all day Monday Jan.
Length 26.403 miles. required. Contact 20. at Holiday Inn. Rt 441
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit items.
Court of Alachua County Florida. nor Wage Rates: Minimum wage rates King Memorial Hospital. Lake South*e*< 13.h S.. Gainesville
before the 14th day of February. for the Projects) included in this No- Butler, Fla HY 6-3101 for de FB 2-3311 Plea.e can jut apjrt.
TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE tails.
14. If fail to do so. Judgmentby tice shall be 1L25 per hour.A .
you l.'STALL.fwlTf
Jacksonville C.!|SCMIM, 114$ C. Adams St. ; :
,, of not less than
default U1 be taken against you Proposal Guaranty WAITRESS! Good A ..
Or 0t Oeor Before Estch Perfacmaiw steady Job. :
in Bill of five percent CS percent) of the total
for the relief demanded the il A.M-7 p.m. < day week. IN tRANCK MrA i
Complaint. Actual Bid. in the form of either a
Breasted
Chicken Restaurant Build your DUNK! and ORDrJ KD at GainestiLe. certified check. cashier's check trust- 13 Aac*- a County. Florida this list dayof company treasurer's check bank draft bard work assures capital
December. 1963. I ot any national or state bank or a LADY to live in and help with Small sucrtasi
account
J. s. CARMiCHAEL Surety Bid Bond made payable to. the housetwon*. and chiidr! o. 1 home no high to almost, every
Clerk of the Circuit Court of amount less than five percent (5 percent children In School Miami Area. packaged pressure beautifully
Alaehua County Florida ) of the actual bid will invalidate Phone FR 6-7130 after 5. themselves, products MU
quick
court seal the bid Should the Proposal Guaranty repeats btg
HAVING MONEY! profits, debit turn-over 6 tb
By EMILY WATERHOUSE exceed ten percent (10 percent of the PROBLEMS? e.
4 Deputy Clerk Department's estimate it will DC reduced Let ns show you how other a yeasIngot teady inanit
t'q : YKEMAKFKLO for life
with Wll-
LAEEMONAu In these finest
b REYNOLDS woman our city asearning
A GOLDINBy automatically to ten percent (IIpercent
f'CWr TOMMY HOOKA Selle L Goldin ) of the Department's estimat IB thekspare time. EARN no Ity Perfumes. Cosmetics. HOTS
[ PLUS AT to $50 weekly Act noel Can needs etc. Start others soling,
: 8:50 GINA LOLLOCAC Attorney for Plainuft *. Certified checks Shan hare StaUof
,, i advance to ,
Avon Manager. Mr. Bunts. FR Distributor wi-we
115 South Main Strew
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BRIGIDA, DALE ROBfRTSOM u and SEXY P.O. Florida's Documentary &.am.at- 24423.WANTED your plans (experience. f*:
Box 463Gainesville.
I tachedP'4 Bonds shall conform to Dealer ,
or Distributor >
Florida I SRX Form IMG (Rev. Norember-43)
immediately mature, Old tl Company Dept. W _
(2971) 1:3. 1.2. 19. 26 furnished with the Proposal Form experienced casaier. One familiar Tampa. Pta 33003 i\
Ad work is to he done in mtT "_ with keeping cash journal .-
5 AWARDSimHAMLE with the Plans. Specifications and Special making bank deposits. ee. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNjF"
: Provisions of tie State Road De Writ Box 930-A. Gainesville High commission earnings wtfh
partment. Sun. a growing m year old eoia-
Plan aad- 1' Proposal Forms maybe I pany selling world famous
purchased by Qualified Contractors .non SALES CLERK.. Most be alert Goodyear malntenaace pro
application to this office for In.5O and JaealUl,. Good opportunity ducts. Rod Torino in his fir4
per set. Extra sets of Plans tor prosper for advancement. Must be able full year earned over 120.000.
live bidders and plans for IIOD"Idders.may to work with people and learn Don Klrty opened over 1M
be purchased tor $2O. per set. new products. Reply by letter repeat customers on one ex-
Orders for these documents should be only giving resume of expert- elusive Consolidated product
I directed to the Engineer of Contracts eaee and training to PJX Box bad year. Managerial...
: I with checks payable to the State Road I 41. Gaipesrille. Florida portunity for men e experience
Department of Florida. Those charges in pain and roof coatings.
MAID wanted S days a week.
Include State Sales and Cs Tax. No refund Most provide Many, exclusive and noocorapetltive -
owm transpor.tatlon.
.1 I will be made.)
repeat Items. Age BO
Apply la IMS
I penoa.
WEDNESDAY I The right. Sa reserved to reject anyor $3.50 sews 1-17 EVENING SHOWS: Jen. M. 24. s2t io' F.M. N.E. 7th Terrace. barrier. Diversified winter and
all bids.STATE $LSO sews 1S-2* MATINEES: Jen. 24, 4 P.M.; Jen. 2: P.M. summer line We take rare -of
,l 1!I I 1 ROAD DEPARTMENT OF $I.S0 sews 30-31 Je.. 26, 1 PX. 4. S P.M. NEED MONEY H. train you aB fiiuincing shipping and ooilections. -
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. I I FLORIDA CIa.... under 12", fcoif peke. All "" .tl_ .msspt I PJC, Je*. 26. to- earn ft per hr.. full or part Fringe beoefite ta
R.
t ,-. BIT ACTOR OF YEAR. !t. } BEST PICTURE OF YEAR I I't I I JOHN W. BROWN.PHILLIPS. ChairmanJAY Tickets also en sale in Jacksonville at Civic Auditorium and time. CaU 5. Write 37 -244,CURT or :376.1831after COSMETICS. etude bonusea.free: W life rite insurance CoosoUdatei sale

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I. Look around your home and find some cash






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


: Yes Your Neighbors AreRaising

TOYS tames. coat*. 120 bass ac- MAGNUS chord organ. 12 coords. COLLEGE GIRL'S expensive wool CLOCK RADIO Two 21-lach KENMORE electric acwlng ma- wj BEDS Walnut. Good COD.
eordlan. miscellaneous items. 22 black and while keys. I Books. skirt Three holiday formals, console television occasional chine aU ..ttachmen&IoD4 c11tion. Reasonable. comple e Wltll
Good condition. Reasonable. FR Excellent condition. FR 6-11XX size 12-11. Like new. Phone FR chair Fur coat sue 14. Single cabinet. Escellent. Telepbon. FR mattress and spr gs. FR .I1XX
Extra Cash 2-54XX wax _ _ _ _
2-15XX oed rug. wicker Bring room set.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _
sink. FR 21UCCEverything I
Chord Sewing Machine Sold 30 to 40 Prospects ,
Sold out first day! Organ gone _
Now: Why Not You??? "Our ads always pay/ sold Cash
. was in buyers
: : Disposed of in two days 1 prospects two days!
reported these ads!
What have YOU to sell happy lady shop

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WIHIIIIIIIIID1IHHIIUIII1I1IIII1UIUIIIII"'IIt"llllIlfWJnIfl' : "IIII"ln''" lmllmmllllll" 35 Houses for Sale i t 35 Houses for Sale 35 houses for SaleS. 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 42 FArm& Acreage 45 Furnished Aprs. .


W. SECTION
i BY OWNER. Black Acres. 309 Over an acre lot. $35uO. Beautifully Attractive new 3 bedroom. 2 RENT OR BUY. this house has EXCLUSIVE Golf View location. 1 ROOM furnished apartment.
N.W. 30th St. Phone FR 6-4442. : wooded in pine in nice bath block home with antique character and comfort is Close to U of F. Adjacent to FORDYCEACREAGE Plea of hot water. Couple
.. Evenings. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. ; residential section. Call FR brick front. Large kitchen with spacious and charming ta U. of F. Golf Club. 3 Bedroom. FR 17. 212 S.'
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 2-ear carport.RESTRICTED 2-2907. built.in range, separate dining select neighborhood near Univ. 2 bath. with many extras. Wilbur 4u Place.

I !. Memeriamt room. and Fla. room. Oak 6 bedrooms. 4 baths. 3500 sq. ft. Bishop or FR 2-5144
Gwynn Oaks. BH.
Card ef Thanks 2 B. Central H/AC. wooded 3 4/5 3 BEDROOMS. 2 baths. near strip floors central heat. Only living space. Cent heat & aircoiuLtioced. nights and Sundays.MERRILL. SAVE TAX EAST SIDE
3 Lest ft Fonrd lot. by 27700. Littlewood Elementary SchooL $20,500 with good terms. Call Real $275. Sale money. Excellent northwest
owner
acre
E 4 Personalized Services 402 SW 42nd St.. FR 23804. Low down payment. $88 monthly. any time. Lea Jackson FR $15.00J K1TTIL JEIBEK. Wilbur 1ocati. Hi an rolling GARDENAPARTMENT
Information 303 N.W. 35th Terr. FR 6-6461. avail
S Travel -- Bisho?. Reeltor. 6-5081 a L s.1S.0
I
I Special Notices HOUSES FOR SA X-iBR--; T- 2-8316. Nights L Weekends 67108. able CD be

'7 Florists I Bath. central beat with fire EXCELLENT:: opportunity for N. W. SECTION $303 DOWN 3 bedroom bought under terms I youw1

I 8 Baby Sitters. Child place. NW 47th Terrace. Price Gainesville residents. Two 2 Economy space. 4 bedroom. 2 UNIQUE masonry home in N.W. section. Others at $1.0.
I Places Te G. And 15900. bedroom homes. Located at bath Just completed. Immediate ONLY $ 800 per month Including FORDYCE t AS Finest
Things T. SeeAUTOMOTIVE CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3BR. 614 and 618 N.W. 22nd Ave occupancy. Comfortable The unusual floor plan and insurance and taxes. TE IVC. 376-1236. Gainesvile's
E 1-bath. SE Sth Terr. $9500. nue. Deal direct with owner. tvmg.; 10 Min. to ail schools. fireplace in LR adds much to
Payments $65 per mo Witt sell for 12000.. with only Sliding glass doors onto patio. the attractiveness It livability UKE"EW 3 bedroom masonry Fordyce & Associates, Inc. Lovely I and 2 bedroom apart
?s Airplane .1esRenta1iU $500 down. Write F. L. McKinney Loads of storage room. Central of this Architect's home in terrazzo COOT. built in 9 West University Atenue ment 309 NE 9th S Phone
Homes for & I 2-BR 1-bath. SE 46th I err. $6500. P. O. Box 818 Ocala. heat. 16500. $SOO down. the N.W. 3 BR with ample oven and range and chain link 376-1236 :69EFIC1E.'C
closets. 2 tile baths. Pretty fenced backyard. ONLY -- --- -
;s Trucks for Sale $43 per mo. Florida. Gall anytime.; Lea a4ksoa $87.001
7S Tracks Wanted 37OUR- fcuitt-in elec. kitchen. with dish per month. apt.. Clean quiet
M TraeUrs A Track And also some trade-In Houses. HIGHLAND Court Manor. 2840 washer. Carport>> -patio-den or 230 Ideal for
83 Trailer Rentals Call FR $7466.SALE N.E. 10th Drive. Equity for SELECTION office-fenced corner tot. You'lllove INCOME Two story 3 unit worl COmoabe.or lady. $50.
sale. Nice 3 bedroom. 1 bathhouse this one. Priced at only apartment building in the N.E.
ft- Bl'oo
83 Motorcycles Make offer. Must seU. Phon
BY OWNER-<:CB. 3 BR. ; 1 built In air conditioner. Spotlesson 17500. Good financingCall area. $170.00 per month income. 3767O
84 Automobile Repairs Sale 2 bath. terrazzo floors. central Central heat with ducts pool inside. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. 3724351. A REAL BUY at 11500. ACRESInvest E bedroom all utilities
83 Automobiles for lot. furnished
Large shady Warm in -
86 CarsEDUCATIONAL heat. Air conditioning. Patio. membership. Payments $78 cold in 7 ACRES PLUSA except electricity, steam
Swap winter $15.-
summer.
carport. Call anytime FR 25860. month. Phone FR 2-4443 before SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 bath In 230 15 heat. location.
4202 NW 13th Place. 5 P.m. or FR 6-8577: after 5. 750. Westmoreland Estates. CallaD'time. VERY NICE 2 BR. 1 bath masonry borne with fireplace Acre-Approx. th li $0. 424 N.E.
: : Las Ja boDERNEST 376-6462. home N.W. of town on State sunken living room. Florida zoned business on NW ____I S. FR 2.34.
Instruction 4147 N.W. 36th St. 3 BR. 2tt BY OWNER- 34th St. This property located
Schools ft
18 Rd. 241. Deep wejl. storage
central heat. double car-
i I 19 ?d ie. Dancing. bath. den. fallout shelter. 100 Florida Park 3 BR. CB.opacious TEWREALTY room. Land cleared and fenced.WiJt port room and huge wooded lot.NA.E apl'Ox 4900 blocks NW 34th NICE furnished first HOOT du
264*. Wooded lot. Outside 115 on West side NW plex Good reddential -
Dramatic x living room with beam. sell for only $7.250. Call Str. aPmllt.
YOUR OWN TERMS
Z0 Wanted-iBstrsteUoaI : City. 19600. $1500 da. FR ed ceiling. Roma brick fire- us anytime to see. S. 115 Acres East Side of 5n Convenient to
6338t.SUNDAY. place ft built-in cabinets with NW 3-th St. Beautiful creek store line. Within

EMPLOYMENT booKshelves. Central heat and Lei Jackson. Associate $200 DOWNAnd JohnMerril1 run thru property. Large walking distance of auare.

Male SCHOOL BUILDING. 7 Air Cond.. 2 fall baths. Fla. rm.. 2910 N.W. 13cH St. 376-6461 monthly paymentsless amU of land now under- Couples only. No ps. $
17 Work Wanted class rooms. 22 x 44.. See at your inomhly FR
16 W.rk Wanted Female Trinity Nazarene Church. 926 DbL carport fc patio. Quiet than rent on this like new Realtor fece. Phn .5.

11 Sales Help Wanted i N.W. 31st Ave. Call Rev. Clark neighborhood convenient to KirkpatrickOWNER 3 BR. 1 bath CB home at 1732 Financing on 2 BEDROOM living room, kitchcn .
13 Delp-3I.I. er Langford. 3728329. schools shaded Ic landscaped N.E. 21st PUce. Cent. Beat MULTIPLE LISTING and
U Male Help Wanted lot. Shown by appt. only. $33.000 LEAVING TOWN so this pretty ki*. Awning windows.No 3724494: Good Terms No pets. bath Adults only.
11 Female Help Wanted NICE clean. 3 bedroom. 2 bath 1404 N.W. 14th Ave. FR 6540 lovely ranch type bungalow is waiting. Move right in. ASSOCIATES: Reasonable F 2-4110.
home with oak floors. Fenced after 5. all day weekends. market. Marcella ParcH Ret
. now on the Panelled I
I FARMS & in back yard. Close to Little- Florida room off the dining UNIVERSITYREALTY W. H. Buckhannan 1 BR. 732 N.E. 3rd Ave.
wood School. Good terms. $500 NorwoodHope
:< Farm Equipment down. Phone FR 28965. PINE FORESTEVERY area Is perfect for entertain per month uilHles. $
Feed ft: Fertilizer ing. One of the two bedroom 36 Cottages for Sale gas. furnished. McKinney
In Livestock ft Supplies CCB. 3 BR.. 2 bath. carpets. is huge! IdylwSld is Green. Inc. FR 23617.
Landscaping Top drapes. fence. 1431 N.E. 12th the location and it is pricedto
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
30 Pets ft Supplies Terrace. Phone FR 6-2926. sell at 17500. M. Musroe. Broker SIT. furnished cottage I traUtrfor LARGE modern 1 BR apt comttf.eiy -
I! 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL DETAIL 5 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH houseon furnished. 2 blks. from
NW X.TUON tor saw or rent i acre lot. West University Asso: S.E. McLaughlin Frank rent. Suitable for working FR 6-5301 campus. FR 5610 after 5 p.m.rwterebly .
Roby. Roy McCarai. couole. Moore's Trailer Court.
A and 4 bedroom t bath. CC SPELLS
Avenue near City limits. Desir. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 3768164. between 5 t 1
M Business $ home. City water. l1.IbtacI able features include: hard- Fl.'.
re .. sewers. Shown by appointment. COMFORT wood strip floors. fireplace
57 to L.
Mortgages Money i"llone FR a. large kitchen. separate din FORDYCEFeatures 37 Real Estate Exchanged GROUPWill FOR RENT efficiency apts

E 5 i. Money Wanted FOR SALE 3 Bedroom. 2 bath CONVENIENCE I ing room attached double -.0. 4 65 at,405 N.E. 5'h. Avupstairs ".

very roomy home in Fletcher garage enclosed porch. TRADE be formed to purchase $15 & $50 respectively.

.-.>I'"I'.IIUI.UUIll.IIIII.III..1I11I, ,,, ......,.. ; Height 3806 SW 4th Place. AND VALUEGainesville's fenced lot. main area 2480 Moving to Miami* properly before water free. Open to sse. Call
FR 62603.MOVE. square feet. A real buy Will trade home in SW Miami FEB. 1 1st FR 2--162.
14-Sales Help Wanted foremast addresstor at $20.700 to qualified! for comparable home in GaIn.

IN TODAYTerms intelligent families who desire buyer with interest in esville. Phone FR 6-3261 ext. ? ? INTERESTED ? ? 1 B dro->m. kitchen bath 419

more than just four walls redecorating.J. A Country Estate mi. Ed K*no'r. N.W. 2nd Averus $E! month.
LARGE HOME ST to suit your budget. New and roof. W. Call Norwood Ho-e for details McKinney Green Inc. IR 23617.
SCHOOL needs 3 bedroom. 2 full bath home Wide a selection of KirkpatrickRealtor is ;yours in this attractive two 38 Real Estated Wanted with no obligations. EXTRA large 1
p-esentatlve in this just 1 block to SChOOL Plenty : distinctive story home with fireplace in berf aoartment. -
close furnished qualified of closets. Built-in GE kitchen. homes In the medium price range. 31 N. Main Street Ph. FR 2-8404 the living room and a delightful 9 ACE wll 300 f et frontage Exce'lsn! aea. Most u'lh'ies -
VA FHA Conventional formal Located INEXPENSIVE land. 1 acre or Road. gentle Ills"rd. 306 N.E. 5th
Must be man of high Central heat adaptable to air Member Multiple Listing dining room. Ave. .
bondable. reliable good conditioning. Free family swim Phone 372-1551 ASSOCIATES: on a large five acre lot less. Quality or location not sop rising from hi-imay 6.0969.FURNISHED

h'vH!. capable of club membership. VA-FHA fin Floye MaUuasen In southwest Gainesville. Call Important. Phone FR 2-9772 or Ille deep. $6"0 down and 3 room apt.
EdwardsInc. per
supervising territory. ancing. $13.750.HUGH Hugh A. W. Recce. Capt.. USN. Ret. FORDYCE It ASSOCIATES.INC. 3762729. $50 Mo. Located 7 mi'es WP. mo th. E',c. hot $fur
cc.nmis&jon and bonus. Irene Bunnell for more information on of City Lmls.. Ph FR. nls'-ed 1614 N.W. 3rd Place.
EDWARDSINC. Warner Realtor
znrn: can earn 12.000 this one. 3761236. 40 Business PropertiesFOR 1813 N.W. Pad Ave. FR 2945
000. Write Box 316M. 1113 N. Main St. ft FR 27335 -

G'ville Sun.16Work. NE 16th Ave. O 15th Street McKinney Northeast SALE BY OWNER business 1 Bedroom furnished apartment.

Wanted N.E. 16th Avenue & 15th Street is where ;you will find this property on S. Main St. 43 Colored Proper Water furnished. 1311 N.W. 7th
372-1551 FOR SALESWDIIING For information Phone FR Averue $63
FR
lovely three bedroom. two 1Ior' 62641.
,
POOL bath home. A glass sliding 61711 6-2. Mr .
IF you plan to build and would Green
-Large home. HOMES FOil hoLE
living R. DinIng
door leads you into a beauti.
EXPERIENCED typist like a custom built home by R., 3-bedrooms. 2-baths. ful lawn with camellias. azaleas 42 Farms & Acreage S ft 3 Bedrooms SB 14th St. &: LOVELY Jew air conditioned
to-be (late April) will experienced builders that have 1-cedar closet. 3-other large and tall pine trees. To see SE 7th Ave. Some no down furnished 1 BR apt. including
at home or part-time in 1 the time to discuss plans with washing macMne.
: closets. Florida room. Family DeatonREALTORS this home and make it your payment. Some small Can sleep
Phone 3727G65. I you call 372-2527 ask for Gene cW 4, Phone 6-OMO
room breakfast nook. Kitchen own can FORDYCE AS. ADJACENT to Camp Wauberg. payment Monthly --
Paramore. We have available with electric stove dishwasher SOCIATES. INC. 3761236.Contemporary. two BR house on appro 3 to Also homes built 2
M'HSKS aide wants work. 56. O apt. 4th Ave.
our 80 plana to choose from. L E 50 X.E
experience. 48 hours garbage disposal car port. acres Highway and lake front. for no down payment. S' 2
meek only. Phone FR_ Complete financing can be explained Utility room. Circulating heat. ate. Write P.O. Box 301. Ocala Call TOMMY RIDE key. llr. per month.DOWNSTAIRS :. apt fo
to you right in ;your own Pool completely fenced. Offering RelaxYour Fla. Builder -1 SO
%
home. For appointment can.
way below FHA appraisal design is apparent in this i room furnished
, 17 Work Wanted THE JAMES CO. of 19000. worries win be over three bedroom. two bath brick 8' x 33 house trailer plus your YOU'VE HIT THE apartment. Everything private.

Of Gainesville Inc. Selling price 14500. Present when you settle down in this home with bunt.in oven end choice of 1 acre lot w/lake I. JACKPOT Off street parking. Married

LAW STUDENT Builders of Klngsberry Homes mortgage 10000. Can be teen: lovely 3 BR bath Fla. surface unit In a spacious ktt- land Privileges. Owner will clear 3 Bedroom home for sale. 800 couple pefr. Adults only.no .
Ph. 372.25W. sites 372-7401 1037 N.E. 23rd Blvd.COIFORTAB'LE. rm. home within a stones you choose. install well pets. . 7th St.
sires work with local law throw of Littlewood School. Approx. chen and many o'Jier extra septic tank. and electricity.All block of S.E. 12th Avenue. $57 C6 -
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Write box 328-A BEDROOM. 2 bath CCB. features. Only $13500 per included in total per month Call T. D. Zerouer.Fn NICE 1510. steam
3 central 3 bedroom. 2200 sq. ft. of living price of heat and
taxes and insurance.
Sun. heat shaded lot. built-in concrete block: home withcentral space Fenced back yard. month: .including Excellent NW loca $0. Excellent terms. Call ment.DUPLEX.5-3US Small pay. all utilities except electricityfurnished.
kitchen appliances. 2-utllity heat. deluxe GE built underground sprinkler sYstem. AnJabl now. Must
18 Schools ( rooms paved street and sewer. in kitchen large storage room. txiitt-in vacuum cleaner. tion. ERNEST TEW REAL T anarment. 2 be-J- be seen b appreciated.IG7.50. .
Quiet neighborhood. Curved beautiful lot in excellent drapes and many other attractive Ralph Glaeser. al" .
, street. 100 x 127 lot. N. W. section . neighborhood only $50 down features. Drive by Westwood School Steve Kes. r&n. Assoc 2-350 roms or F 2.81.Rentals F F 23974 424 N.E._ 6U St. _
Small down payment. Immediate 750 NW 31th Street and callus -
end low monthly payments of 2910 N.W. 13th St. Phone 376-6461
1 1st Lesson distance of
occuoancy. 3712 N.W. $89.10 Located for details. FR 2-3617. is within walking 3 ROOM finrlshed apartment.
covers
20'h Place. West Villa. For appointment even-thing. this lovely three bedroom. two Horses-Chickens 821 E. University Avenue.
CHILDRE
Harvey's Real Estate at 2418 NE 10th Terrace.
to see and further bath no-tie. Living room. snp- Room for all on Ideal for couple. No students
LICENSE COURSEMOWELL'S details call James Quincey. Call to 372-7070 for appointment Littlewood arate dining room and kitchen this 10 acre tract with plentyof children or rct t. $50. See Mrs.

\ BUSINESS Clayton Arnow. Duncan It see. Here is the house thatm plus patio sod; a large shade trees and 3 bedrooms, Jones downstairs.
218 W. Univ. Ave. FR fenced yard aQ yours for 44 Cottages for Rent
Johnston. 372.9591.NEVER are 1 bath. CBS. Terrazzo
372.3727. 3 BJ. 1 bath screened porch. suit your needs. It has the 15500. foor.Al lrrR11ualra furnished
NE. close to schools air conditioned location right by the schooLIt i excellent cndition. I water.
TUTORING in elementary BEFORE T.V. antenna. $ %.- has 3 BR 2 baths. Fla. Wes Gainesville. SOY 1 BEDROOM furalshe. single $75 month. See at 412 N.E.
ions: by experienced 800. Phone FR 61552. rm. kitchen combination from road. $15,500. $1500 person or . cold St. 8(1
Never before have ableto
, tory teacher. Phone FR we been central heat it is priced FORDYCE down payment. Assume mortgage water included in rent of $45. F 2.S.mUl _
offer a complete Brentwood FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 bath brick right only $16.500 Can on balance. Tom U. Car necessary. Call J. W. K. room t.nihed
Model at such a low price. 3 home. separate study central be FHA financed One yr. Greene Realtor. Phone FR Patrick Agency. FR 21-. rood aj .

\ GET INTO bedrooms. 1V4 baths. Abund. heat. air conditioner. 2224 N.W. old Owners have left town ASSOCIATES I 6-3. N Main Street.sgRvIcEs. et6.S I
of closet and storage __ :
ance 6th Place. FR 6-2214.
CIVIL SERVICE WORK! space. Decorator paneled living and must selL You should investigate ,

Central heat. 12800. CONSTRUCTION starting on 4 before you buy -
room.
Men-women 18 and BR. 2 Drive by 9403 NW 10th Avenue INC.
Terms arranged. bath home on nice lot
and Call FR 23517.
cure Jobs. high pay. fflL'0 100 x 276. This one designed by
hours. Advancement. HUGH EDWARDS, an architect with convenient MLS REALTORSMrs.

by home study for local. living in mind. VA. No down I Income Property Grace Fordyce. Broker
and federal exams. For INC. payment. Call I Mrs. Mary Moeller, BrokerMr.
Information write Lincoln I If you are looking for a pro : E. W. Moeller. AssociateMr.
NE. 16th Ave. It 15U St. I THE JAMES CO.
perty with income let
an us
vice. Box 307 M. Harvey Benton. Associate
Sun. 372-1551 i iSKYLA"D Of Gainesville Inc. show you this nice 2 story 926 West University Ave. Home And BusinessAlterations
: HEIGHTS. 1128 N.w.1 -Builders of Klngsberry Homes duplex Fully furnished 376-1236
}On. :372-2S27.>> nites 372-7401 $175.00 month income.
28 Livestock & 36th Terrace. By owner. 3 bed. I per -- --
room. 2 bath central heat and DOWN PAYMENT Good condition and location.

BULL. Black Angus air. Kitchen equipped with dish REDUCED! Paved streets The priceis Investigate FREDARNOLD
reasonable. You should -
washer. Walk to School and 300
$125. Call FR 21439.TOP c'uX Drapes and TV antenna. This exciting "Florida room" before you buy. Call PointingHEPEERT
"
: home offers value beyond com FR 2-3617.
QUALITY PANGOLA Wall to wall carpet. Gray with
ARGENTINE BMIIA 5 white columns. $22,950. 372- pare. Priced below market
From Clover fields. 1343. value. Three big bedrooms. 2 ASSOCIATES & Dragline. Back BREWSTErt ft T
liver. Lakeland. Mil &- full baths. Large kid-size lot. J. Fred Guy tractors, motor MAS HAYES Painters it
I' Corner Lot Owner anxious to seH. 1225 NE Col. J. W. DavisJa"De crtimates W. G ior and exterior. r 2.13.
B\BY calves milk 17th Ave. FR .%265. B. ButterworthH. REALTORNew GRADY . FR 66219
beef types. 3 to 10 With lovely big trees. azaleas. J. Wiltshire FOR TOP QUALITY PAINTING.
leaned ;yearlings. M. F. and completely fenced. Detached A RAREOpportunity Multiple Listing Service ;I:: loader, dump PAPER HANGING. Call D. O.

rUh Anthony. Fla. 62>- garage. This home has lime rock. Top Ely. 37.21.ETIOR. .
large panelled living room dining ConstructionBest FR 7846.. ard--interior paint

30 PETS & room. small stud- plus two PARRISHPRESENTS :3 bedroom 2 bath new Pne F 62. or F
bedrooms and extra nice
an
Paint your new home and receive home on today's market for 2-126.
: pink tiled bath. Kitchen is $400 credit for'down
pay the Northwest location.
money.
BEAGLE for sale.
pups large. bright and cheerful with
menU 14 new. 3-bedroom. 1
Kitchen is equipped entire
hunting stock lovable a screened back porch leadingto
and 2 bath homes under Phmbing
now house has wall-to-wall
", carpet- WORKS
males $20. males $25. I the garden. House including .
construction. Monthly payments tog large closets. central
CaU 376-1783. cabinets and mold
I stove. hot water heater space from $77 totaL Locatedon ALTERATIONS C REPAIRS
heating a'Dd oversized 2 car and I
heater, window fan. & spray
Pricedat NW _39th RemodeUng-AddOional M bath
St.
GERMAN Shepherd and NW 19th NEAR THE UNIVERSITY garage. $23.000.
weeks o'd. Registered. 11.000 and can be bought Place. Lakefront lots available. Large 3 bedroom. 2 bath brick installation a specialty
FR i->>IL oa FUwith around $700 Walk: to elementary and Jr. borne. Large living room with m8313 Avenue FREE ESTIMATES i
uown including closing coats. Best
Small Rich schools. Can today FR fireplace separate Sluing room. Buy JOE SHEHEE PLUMBING
MINIATURE monthly payments Include
AND -
TOY 5-9543 or FR 6-9048 nights. Florida room plus a study. Under $20,000 for this charming COMPANY !.
taxes
and insurance. Call
AKC registered
ALTERATIONS FR t-748)
Butler Bros. Bulders. Large lot with beautiful trees.DELIGHTFUI. 3 -
bedroom 2 bath home
able male and f 372-5333: to ace.GLADYS hems tippers button

weeks old. phone FR SMITH OWNER: moved. must seU lovely LIVING Lovely located paved street.on a large Fenced lot backyard on Mrs. Klein. 377":. Improvements. Repairs i
home in
EXQUISITE apricot poodle REALTOR Libby Heights. 3 bed- 3 bedroom. 2 bath home in for children and pets. ., patios

pies. AKC internationally Associates: Caroline Noyes room.. 2-ear 2 bath. family room patio. lovely Holly Forrest. Cozy liv- Living room open onto attractive Appliance car.,. Financ ED's FixrrHOME SHOs' I
ous blood line. 1102 N.W. Florence Burns garage. Built-in stove lot room with old brick fire screened perch and customers re ;
Ave.ENGLISH. Multiple Listing Service and oven in large kitchen. Central place and wail to wall carpet- patio. t IT REPAIR

1228 W. University 372-5393 heat. Landscaped lot. in,. Built-in k1'chen. central Parker 3764707. I CALL 372172PAINTING l
Appliance
Choice neighborhood. Convenient i
SHEPHERD heat and air conditioning. Lovely
cellent for watch stock It N.W. Section. 2 BR. 1 bath. large to Schools and University. See fenced back yard with swim. 5 Acres Expert Major 3610. : & !pl.. exterior
landscaped yard. FHA. Financing. at 3537 NW 11th Avenue or vice.
FR 2-0033. shuffle board and In'erior.
mine pool and
Promp.
Generous homesite with plenty Pn. 37121
I Evenings It: Weekends. phone FR 6-5489 or FR 6-3114 court. Broker before 9 or .
AKC registered< German !: 4119 N.W. 10th. St. FR 20879. for a key.CUSTOM. of trees on graded road 1 372-6224 0W.:3 ater
mile off Newberry Road and t
puppies. Good stock. ROOFING, siding enclosures.
3 BEDROOM. 1H bath 'on nice LOVELY AND LIVEABLE. Approx. S miles from town.
ably priced. Phone FR 2 BUILT HOME Three bedroom. 2 bath homebuL"t .! at lowest Nothing down. S Mo. Con-
corner lot. Small down paymentwith
.c.sol. Service
CHOICE NORTH Terms U 23 available.
PUREBRED Beagle payments less than $75. plus on one of the loveliest acre \ Ilatl fnllcl t
Crocs breed puppies. 1 taxes and: Insurance. This one WEST LOCATION lots in GainesvUe. Beautiful ARNOLDRealty :adlr discuss at D estimates
bit dac. Phone 473-4958. will be ready by Feb. 1. 1964. 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. extra entry court. sunken living tomorrow free gift. with Job sold. 3720431anytime.
ARNOLD .
FRED B. Realtor
Keanets. Keystone : For Information without obligation large family room writs fire- room. '"King Size" master bedroom .
call place. Living room separate with dressing room and Company REALTOR Ph FR 2-8494-
FREE to good home THE JAMES CO. dining room laundry-sewing bath. Central heat and air con Mufiple Lining Member REAL ESTATE Upholter
dog. part basset. very SERVICE B. ARNOLD
room. built-in electric kitchen ditioning. Excellent buy.FINLEY 1219 W. Univer. Ave. 372-3522
Call FR Of Gainesville Inc. im w. PH
and gentle entryway with planter. double Associate Peter Sieg Ut. AV.
Builders of Kingsberry Homes your furniture atre.Mnabl.
AREA. We have two Jane Caldwell VPOE
earport. One acre wooded lot. Wayne Mason CNVEV0NA
FOR Sale Boxer puppies Ph. 372-2527. nites 372-7401 price. Cafl laDy.Ptrp.rieneed .
lovely bedroom homes. Walking
only. $20 Central beat and air conditioned. Jim Sheppard F. W. Hedge Building & Repair .
See old. at females 2223 SE' 50ta St. OUTGROWN your present home? By owner. 1615 NW 31st distance to J. J. Finley and CiarUe Mayo Bob Kalkman AVE PH 332 F.N
Then vour problems can be solved Terrace. Phone FR 64547. built oa nice wooded lots.
3761371. REDUCED IN PRICE BEAUTTFUI. Sewina Machine
in our new home in Libby Both owners have left town. MONEY R@f''
Heights. Spaee win not permit FOR SALE BY OWNER M both are waiting for nice LOT in N.W.. Ideal for DON'SBUILDING Interest. Terms
33 LOTS FOR 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. CCB home. large families for immediate Split-level home. It REPAIR CALL-SEWING MACHINE IER-
ns to describe this one. bet a few
"A repaired house m
Large
screened porch Double can for complete R EFINANCX VICE
occupancy. CO. 819 W.
things it has are 3 full baths. 4 Call
happy t I..e
carport. Large storage rooms. DUPLEX APARTMENTSLOW -
bedrooms. information on both homes. bme. can Ave I7S.U7S. We
TRAILER AND: HOUSE We will den. consider family a room.trade 100 x MO tot. Well landscap COST. High rate of In- :N.E llth Byrd Makes Work fully r .
garage. arnt.
GLEASOVS OAK this ed. Back fenced with chain come. FR H.rEEUATES St. Ph FR 22511 ,
VILLAGE n ens.THE link fence. FHA Commitment M.M.PARRISH -
T
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JAMES CO. 4'"i'
hwy 339 from Trenton to available. $12.500. $400 down Realtor
sen. $580 for 100 x 100 Of Gainesville Inc. plus closing cost. $79 month. J. PIERCE General Remodeling. loans. F
Ideal loP Retirees and Builders ef Kingsberry HomesPh. Phone FR 2-0730. Or see at 23 122 SAPPY TREE SURGEONS
Ph. CMeCand 433-4873. 372-2527. attn 3727401 1109 N.W. 43rd Avenue. KING CONSTRUCTION .t ea. For expert tree RU. L
SMITH 3163t. sod yard
FOR SALE one acre 4 Bedroom. S bath. central air SPLIT level home on woodedlot. .ap estimates mlta
sites. $300 down. $35 per conditioning and heat. Large exclusive area. For sale AND ASSOCIATES. INC EmRaysDEPDABIL1TY charge nata
Call FR 2-4416 after 5 garage. Screened porch and by owner. Many desirable Member Multiple Listing Service REALTOR IS Ads SAPPY pi Ill17 '
patio. Built in cUnhwacher and qualities. 2 baths. S BR. 2227 H. Wayne Hill Helen S. Grasam WO R D. BUILDING TEE
110 x 140 ft. lot facing disposal. Ooae to Schools. N.W. 9th Place. Ride by if Carolyn S. Gardenhire 63S NE. 1st Street Pa. 37S-2448 MODELING P A J EXPERT tree removaL We leave
34th Street. $2250 1.850 down. Ml N.W. 34th interested financing can be Mary Parrish Associates FREE Resllts D me. GaaaDtc

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X BEDROOM house traitor. On TO MEN students double room 1 FURNITURE t; APPLIANCES ESTATES
Private lot. Call FR 6-5836 in private home with central T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
. After 5:30 weekday. All day heating and air-conditioning Repossessed Custom built homes that and Guarantee WATER heater. $23 allowance FURNITURE. Perfect condition. '62 Kenmo 42* electric
week ends Private entrance and private 5 Complete look custom-built. U you 42 Refrigerators from $39 up for your eld. costly to operate Dining set. boy's bedroom et. $7$. Jewelry safe; $125.range 2
bath. Close to University. FR a are tired of homes with 9 Range uom $39 UP electric water heater. Hot water Sofa. See at 2302 NE 10th Ter- each Jewelry showcases: $7$.
66848. Rooms that subdivision look see 17 Washers from $19 BPS at about half ;your present race. For appointment
46 Unfurnished call 372-048L
Ante.MODERN Pick Dryers _, from $49 op cost with LP g sAsk us.
ROOM in N.E. Section. Up PaymentsDue F. D. OLIVER 2 Food.Freezers from
Day. $99 up PROPANE SW Archer Rd. FR FOR SALE CHEAP tesuurant HANDMADE Jenny Und anti
Week or month. Phone Fa BuilderPh. 2 Dishwasher from $49 up I-SUo. formica counter and as stools
well-located 2 BR duplex 65210. Business Man preferred to navy transfer. I can BO 10 TV Sets ._ from $33 up que 4-poster bed. with matchingladies
(upstairs). Utility appll longer pay for my furniture, FK t-MW JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO equipment Complete bantam dresser excellent condition
ances furnished. S17 X.W. 13th FOR RENT nice clean bedroom 1 } would like for someone with a West ea NW 39th Ave. vast 419 NW 8th Ave. Ph. 372-5303 USED Chain Saws (S3 RO. New ,and short order equipment S3" call owner. 372-"L
St Available Feb. I. $35 mo. next to bath. Gentlemen only good Job to take up payments. the flea Xprtngs teterseetion. 4 hp taws JJ3.95. We repair Can FR 2-0759 or 1-9307. Mr. -
No pets children or students Must be sober. Business man Furniture consists of 2 piece See sign .a left. an chain saws ft lawn mowers. Paga. If BURDETT house trailer for
FR 65323.3:SO P.M. or FR preferred. 1325 N.W. 4th St vacation or liYln $450. Will
sofa bed group 2 end tables 2 66 Misc. For Sole Chain saw rentals MeCuDoch ALL CHANNEL, .
a T.Y.
antena take
S-6833 alter C P.M. FR 2-0984. HOo guns on trade. Small air
beautiful lamps. recliner chair. Wisconsin and B .
.a. Stratton Double stack complete. Nothing boat. Wisconsin engine and
NEWLY painted apartmentWalking 5 BLOCKS from Univ. Ig. fur. 108 sq. ft. of carpet. dealer.. Florida Saw Co. FB else to buy. $15. Brants. trailer included $75. or gun on
distance to Civic Dished room for .2 men or FUR COAT fun length Beau 64411. 513 N.W. Sib Avenue. trade. FR 6-653T
Center down'on. library and married couple. Private bath. Philco Console TV QUALITYHOMES I Mouton. Styled by Jacques

chools. Ph. 3727638. 105 N.W. 7th Terrace. fix.e Bedroom consists of full size Phone Hein. Excellent FR 2-OS27.condition $150.

NEW: 2 BR WORKING dresser. chest & bookcase bed. _
duplex kitchen apo girt or grad. stud to
iI p1- furn.. cent heating & share warm modern apt.i Second bedroom consists of SINGER SLANT NEEDLE
air coed.. couple only. $33 blk. from campus .t stores. maple bunk beds converts to
Sewing machine.
per a o. 1914 NW 9th St. FR $25 per Mo. plus oil!. phone twin beds. 7 piece dinette with to do the Nothing to boy
6-8962 after 6. No pets. 376-2643. formica top. stove It refrigerator Wesrvilla following: ZIg Zag. ap I
also Included.ORIGINAL. plique. Monogram satin stitch THIS ISSUBURRIA
SMALL apartment for rent. SEPARATE unit. 1 room efflciency. NW 16th Ave. at 37th St. button holes. Etc. Assume pay.
Cheap. SIS S.E. 17th Street. suitable for 1 gentleman PRICE menu. $6.50 month. Balance
Ask lor Mrs. Jacobs for infer only. Utilities It linens $ojL
mat ion. furnished. Can be seen at M3: $11Balance- Sewing Machine
N.E. 8th Ave. after 5 on week. Now
FOR INFORMATION on cooperative ends. J Carol EstatesNE
apartments in new Univer $276 Service Co.

P.city park development wits MAPLE furnished room. Private 9th St. at 18th Ave.TERMS 813 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6.1075IItlp'trtt111911tMIR1111
O. 11C25. Fort Lauderdale entrance and bath. Excellent
.'1.1. heat. Business man preferred Weekly Payments of !
After 6. 1516 N.E. 7th St. e $2.50
47 Houses for Rent Furn. .
I Norwood i
51-A Wonted To Rcn No money: down no payments !
TRAILER with 2 Bedroom and till February. Ask for Chief
cabana and fenced yard. also MOVING TO GADO VILLE.. Phillips. Furniture in storage at WALTER STUBBS I Hope I
.m. furnished cottage: no peU. Naval Officer being released National Furniture Inc.
Call FR 2.5633 from active duty win attend
University for graduate work 1321 NW 16th Ave. "H". Inc.
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath house. $150 starting' April for 18 months. 3622 We Trade Homes
per month. Gladys Smith Real Desires 3 bedroom rental house Ph.65394Mike '

nue.tor. 1228 Phone W.3725393.University Ave within 3 miles of University, Beach Blvd.Next Knotts. Associate _' or Property I -OR IS IT ?

near elementary school for "We Trade Houses" 111I.'Ul' rar"'_
2 BEDROOM furnished apartment less than $100 per month. We So. gate Plaza FL 9-2561 1- i
to leave houses neater than
try
5983 after near 6:00 campus.P.M.Phone 372- when we find them. Write IXJ 4uli6These Open dally 9-9 Sat. Sun. 12-S m The following are ready for !g

P. Bailey. Naval Station = occupancy 13
1 BEDROOM. living room kitchen Mayport. }"b.I Jacksonville Fla. Sun Want Ads 11021 NW 40th Dr. I II

bath. porches.. Big yard. I Delivery Assured 3 Br. 1V4 Bath. $500 do. | We've always been fond of talking about the fine
3212 N.W. llth St. House open. WANTED Furn. 2 BR house all pictures. St. Thereseand
modern. Phone FR 6-5212.. ext. the Infant of Prague are Anywhere Get Results 1 $122 Mo. Inc. Ins. t i
ONE bedroom frame house. 40 weekends and after 430. lovely in needlework.Use ...... .... Taxes suburban living in Highland Court Manor away
Uh.IllIUIIIII!:!
2160 SE 12th St. $50 per month. .1 ,.1IIIII1IIIII!

Can FR 24136. 53 Office-Desk Space gilt thread on the halos 1H The following are under I g from noise and heavy traffic, in a strictly residen-
and the trim on the robe of the g construction and
will be]
48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 3733 W. University Ave. transfer Infant of 2 pictures Prague. 9xl3Vi Pattern incites 737: SAVE T-I-M-E WITH S ready for occupanv/. Ape : tial setting a fine place to rear your children,

PAClOli 4 bedroom. 2 bath Neat ample parking con color charts.Thirtyfive. ; 93 proximately January 15. 19641
206 N.E. 9th Ave. Call McKinney venient location. $125 mo. Ph. BUTLER BROS. 4508-4628 S.E. 2nd PI. I with the fine recreation area and swim club. Its
Green Inc.. FR 2-3617 FR 6-2172. Warner Weseman. cents in coins forthis
1113 N. Main St c: 3 BR. bath. $600 Down I location being so convenient close to schools
pattern add 15 cents n ,
$74.50 Mo.
FIVE LARGE ROOMS fireplace for each pattern for Ist-class {g
ONESTOPHome
,Kitchen shower equipped.water space Adults heater.* N.E. 54 Business Rentals Send mailing to Laura and special Wheeler handling.Gainesville I 4527-4617 S.E. 1st PI. _I shopping areas, churches, Sperry. and so on -

7th. StFORDYCL WAREHOUSE! space for rent. Located Sun Needlecraft Dept. P. Buying Service 4518-4608 S.E. 2nd PI. | we've talked a lot about that too, because we feel
RENTALS-For the at 620 S. Main St. Call O Box 161. Old Chelsea Station. H 3 BR. bath $500 Down. I
Choice Rentals In the Gatnes- JOHN MERRILL Realtor. New York 11. N. Y. Print Plainly $63 Mo. I= that's important to
you.
PATTERN NUMBER. NAME
vile Area la Homes iR 21494.
Apartments I
303-313 SE
38th
ADDRESS and ZONE. St..
DYCE or AND Business call FOR. Office space available for $60.00 Over 20 Models $12,250 to $28,000CONVENTIONAL s 106-304-314 SE 39th St. I We've also pointed out city conveniences at
INC. 376 ASSOCIATES a month. Call Fordjce It As- BARGAIN! Big. new 1964 for your Selection h 3BR. Bath.. $500 Down t 1
1236.
sociates. Inc. 3761236. NeedtecraA Catalog over 200 yA. FHA == $54 per ma. I HCM such as paved streets curbs storm drainage
only 25c A must if w
designs !
2 BEDROOM house. 4148 NW 13th COMMERCIAL location. N.W. No Down I mWIIJIllllwnmllllllllJlllnllUlllllJ1IIIIIIWJ8IIHJ1! i
knit crochet
you quilt sew
;Month.Street. FR Water 6-2641 furnished $70 16th Avenue available for only embroider. Send 25c. Pa sewers, street lights, and other city services, such as
or 6-2930 Mr. $9000 a month. Call 376-1236. ft FOR RENT

Ilaynes. Ford ee & Associates Inc. SPECIAL VALUE! 16 COMPLETE VA Homes.n Total Monthly 6 124 S.E. 7th St.36R,1Bath fire and police protection.But .
MODERN 3 BR. 2 bath on quiet QUILT PATTERNS in Payment From:
street built-in range screened 56 Business Opportunities deluxe new American Heritage 3 & 4 Bedrooms 1 Year how
porch $125 per month. Available Quilt Book. For beginners. ex- E Lease can we honestly call HCM a surburban

today. Ph. FR 63177. LSED. FUR clothes. appllaoce-s.Shoes. $400.antiques 705- perts. Send SOc now! 1 & 2 Baths. $77Five E imnmiiimiiiminiiiimHitiiiiiniaiiiiiaiinni!s) ! !! ( !/ community when all the dictionaries define a sub-

TWO 3 bedroom 2 bath brick S.W. :2nd Avenue. ALL OUR HOMES AREOPEN

4M houses NW.$110 17th per month.Street. 334 Phone and OUTSTANDING service nation 64 Household Goods a ENJOY FOR SEEING YOU ANYTIME TO- M= urb as a "district lying immediately outside a city

3727470 or 2-4065. opportunity Open and for Coin right business.man. prime Northwest developments on city service sewers. E IF YOU WILL s= r or town"?

4 ROOM: house. $34 Per month. Write P. O. Box 379.Merchandise. LG. Servel gas refrig. wfreezer paved streets. and storm drains . Tan Shaded Jots. E JUST CALL. =g ,

Inquire Phone FR 809 6-482'S W. :2nd Terrace. $10;$73 gas; oval fireplace D.R. table heater w/leaf w/- Extra attention at no extra cost! It.. part of the efficient g 1123 S.E. 4th STREET S The truth is, we can't, because HCM is within the
a FR5301 FR t-89
pilot $10: !g. oil heater w/ service of Butler Brothers' Builders. Our one-stop service er 3
2 BEDROOM unfurnished house barrel rack, tubing $IIi: gas saves you days of looking around the city for a home In iR 'I city limits. We bear our guilt stoutly, however, be-
$'25. 3 bedroom unfurnished range $7. Will buy single bed. IPUl'IjIlllllU + n 1 11iIIIGi ,
$135. Gladys Smith Realtor. 61 Wanted to Boy air condJ. Phone 6-3361: ext. your price range. Butler Brothers' Builders are set-up to cause we know HCM is MORE than a suburban
1228 W. Univ. 372S39X 2121. after 1 P.1\1. build or sell you a home fast! How do they do it* By

2 BR unfurnished house. V mile WE BUY and sell all kinds n WEDDING CANCELED Completely organized facilities by thorough understandingof ROCKBOTTOMRATES community that it combines all the advantagesof
west of SW 34th St $55 "furniture stoves refrigerator, FHA and VA requirements.
per clothes radios TV. etc. CaUrn 3 elegant rooms of furniture
month.12930. Ask Phone for FR Mr.6-2641 Ilaynes.or FR. 2.3917. brand new. NEVER USED. Cost I"';aTAir TAIM 1 a "technical" suburb with the conveniences of

$400. Will sacrifice $188. No State Farm
HOUSE for rent at 1111 S.E. 4th 62 Machinery & ToolsAn money down $2 wk. in storageat SO. . atntiaJ city living.

St. $65 per month. Inquire at NATIONAL Furniture Ware- Save time and See these models today.
1340 S.E. 24th Avenue or Phone house. 3622 Beach Blvd. FL meney. l''SUUMC.1 The answer to the question above? "You bet it is.
FR 65036.MODERN Auction 9-2561. open daily 99. Sat 9-6. For extra attention at no extra cost. AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE
Sun. 126. CO. -and more!"
2 bedroom
country ING-CONSTRUCTION
home on large wooded lot. Jacksonville Fla.

Gas floor furnace. Large utility EQUIPMENT, TRUCKSFri. Delivery Assured BUTLER BROS. BUILDERSProfessional ,CALL Perry ,C.McGriff. ( If you would like to find out more about fine
Jr.
house. Located on paved Feb. 14. 10 A.M.;
highway and School bus route. STARKE. FLA: At Hercules Anywhere I STATE FARM AGENT suburban living in Highland Court Manor drop by
for Professional
Contact 485-2710. Brooker. Iva Powder Oo. 709 Alton Rd.DRAGII.'JES Homes People.

Douglas.: Cummins diesel: Lima(In 1231 Miami w/. Drive W. oa 16th. Ave.. turn left at Model Home sign on I 1109 N. Yam S7T41M our sales office at N.E. 23rd Boulevard and llth

3 BEDROOM cement block Lorain 820KS w 170' boom (In ADVERTISE IN THE! N.W. 39th. Terrace. Phone FR 29545N.
house. Approximately 7 miles Miami)} Lorain LBS.Oat D- Terrace any day before 6 p.m. or call 3723471.
from Gainesville on New berry 337: (2) Koehring 403'j w/ SERVICE DIRECTORY W. 43rd and N.W. 19th Place or Nights FR 6-9048 HOUSE FOR SALE
Road. Ph. 4722003. Cat ft GMC diesels. very good

AVAIL, now to Aug. 13. :2 BR. Koehring 304 w/40 boom: 1 '.
Link BeK LS-70 w/40 boom No
; ownPayment
den. living rm. dining rm. 1
bile from Univ and school Lorain L50K w/Cat D3U; .:;
$75. Phone 6-2693. Uma M: w/GMC dieseU completely SUN WANT ADS
overhauled. Lima 23
2 BEDROOM HOUSE. $60 w/GMC diesel; very clean;

MONTH. PHONE FR 6- B-E Sciueld 15B Bantam w/dieseJ T35 power Truck Quick Results! 3-Bedrooms. 2 fully tiled :.41x1 s . . / .

7466. Crane good; Buckets; (9) CatD6's. Bring baths. Fla. Rm. Assume
15.W's and 2U existing mortgages.Phone I
FOR RENT bynf'r, four w/front CCU's: (6) Cat D-7's. BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS
bedroom. two bath home in all 17A's. good: Cat 1>6. 9U FR 2-9569
Hague. I mi. from U.F. & 1 oil clutch w/ ozel'1 (4) ACHD6B.s.
ml. from G.E. on Highway 441. good (S) A-C D.6B.s. --- II dI
Large modern tile kitchen & converted for rear opera-
cent. heat Partially furnished. tion: IHC TD-ISA. TD-14. TD-
Available Feb. L For appt.. 9's and TD-6's w/dozers: Cat .
call FR 22341 D 4. 7U: A-C HD-9B w/dozer u

2 BEDROOM living dining Case 750 Crawler Loader; (8)
room separate ki'chen. 914 Oat D-4 Fieldloaders: (2) Euclid
N.W. 22nd Ave. $60 month. S-7's. good: Cat No. 14 w/ t e 1
Key next door. Call 629-1744 hjd steer good: Gallon 303: 8
(3) A-C Maintainers CCC 9 *
()(Oa 13. ;
1/2 yard Rock Hairier: wCummmi 1' ilrt

49 Rooms For RentS diesel very good:
IV)'lie 1520 Asphalt Plant (IS-
20 TPH) complete and fully
\\. du. large bedroom and
portable Buckeye 401 Ditcher l
; -
kitchen all utilities supplied.
(5) Lincoln 300 Weld-
: Amp
$15 week. Call 4681184.
.
fl"S.I Sidewalksmake
NICE rooms. close in. Private
entrance and maid service 531 t '/s j's
S.E. 2nd Place. FR 22582. ( ) '59 Mack BUT Trk Tract.
ors: (3) 59 IHC R202 Pit: t
2 ROOMS for girls. Built In Tractors: 'M \Vhr WC26T ; (
study tables and desk. Available Trk Tractors: (27) Dorsey. I i ih '
Immediately. Price $nand Great Dane and Nabors 30*
$10. FR 65329. 923 N.W. and 20 Tandem LAttice Side
SiD Ave. Mrs. VVinc. Condalo Trai'trs! w/air brakes g 4re

IDEAL Jahn 20 ton Tandem Low thedifference. i
room available for graduate -
boy LaCrosse 12 ton Low-
nurse or business girls.
Between University and Colonial bob; (2) Dodge* Power Wag- a6a r.filZ'ii 1 5.,
Manor Ap .. 1238 S.W 2nd 'ons; (2) 56 Dodge Dumps: _
60 Ford F-600 /loader and
w t .
Ave. Upstairs. $W Month Mrs.
boom: (2) '59 Ford Cab Chassis -
lord. 372.7918FOR
: 'S6 Ford Service Trk:
quiet businessman or (7) *54 IHC 25 Passenger Busses
graduate student in private : (3) *60 Ford 4-Wbeel Ai
home. Refrig and separate en Drive 6.Man Pickups: (5) '59 "
trance. FR 6-7673 or FR 6-4805. ft "60 Ford Pickups; Dollies "
and Other Items I
LARGE comfortable front room 1 II
oo corner Inside parking WRITE- WIRE CALL AucUoneers -
Gentlemen only. phone FR for DeocrrpUve List!
65993. On The Spot Financing Available Willamay Whitner recently purchased this attractive home located at I:7

NICE comfortable room in private over to$2.000 Users(Except on Major Trucks Items 3442 NW 13th Ave., through University Realty a member of the '
borne Prefer
or business man.upperclassman Phone- and Trailers) or. Complete Multiple Listing Service.YOUNG. : : ,;:' .' .:
FR 23798. 1010 NE 7lh Ave. Payment Sale Day by Casfe- -: .
iars-Certiaed Checks! Each .- _
FURNISHED room for rent. Piece Positively Sells To The ------ ---- --- -- - --- ----- -
Close to University and down Highest Bidder-No Bid Ins-No Sidewalks
mean safety .
tow n. Call after 4 p.m. FR Buy Backs! f. a ; .
22815. Hercules Powder Co. and only Pine Forest has _c"
AMERIA HOMES k '" w
FORKE BROTHERSTHE 1-
NICE clean. Ig. room prf them.; Your children can ,, + .
rate entrance and bath heat AUCTIONEERS '1 .
'
and refrigerator. Phone FR LINCOLN. NEBR. play h oP- cot.ch, roller .. ' -:
6.2721NIC3ZY 321 Sharp BMg. Ph. 432-1045 -.s .
skate, ride their bicycles 't .
furnished bedroom. 2225 Presents: ...
N. W. 8th Court. Phone 372- or walk to school . t',

6811- E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN protected from traffic. .. -'

NICE quiet comfortable room. JR. ", Sidewalks . one more !r {
newly I'td corii-d.
convenient
location. 740 V.E. 10th Place Homes Lots. Income. Business THE MARK 550 reason why your best '- f I $
and Lake
phone FR 67377."FURNISHED Property. "-'
Farms and Acreare home location is Pine .p'.; I.
ROOM. fox girls E. C. 'CURLYICL'EHN. Jr.
only, use of kitchen living (38 N. MAIN ST. i. Forest. H' t,1f'f
room laundry room. 316 N E. I FR C-2032 Broker FR 6-C544 ..
First St. features: j

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(: { : %t -aT. +
Solid Brick Construction Central Heating ducted x.t /

Marks of DistinctionEVERYONE every room -"- ."" -,,,:
Beautiful Brick Fireplace /

KNOWS EVERYONE O Sodded Lawns .. ,.,. .- -I / / .,
KNOWS : ,
1 ,
$
with .
Room
Large Dining SidingGlass I '

that this that this Doors eBautiful wooded lot in excel- :: 'T t1fr.c j' sJUaij7'

lent Neighborhood : ,; t ,

Spacious Screen Porch '
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t-
Ik ItII Walking distance to Schools ;'' :_' . ,. tl I
Deluxe Kitchen with Double ''''' '!o'_ ": "
Churches Shopping I. ; \\
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Wall Oven and Built-in' Rnge t-':: : d : J..1V" ,1
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3 Minutes 4'i.' : -.. .
to ,
University
the symbol of is the4x>l of 3 Bedrooms ; .. ir' ; j' -i4.l'i \.. .
A CODE OF ;' "' .
ETHICAL PROFICIENCY BUSINESS PRACTICEEvery Location: 500 Block of NW JE.6"......... .. .< '

When we seek the doctor'sprescription real estate broker who 2-Full Baths with LuminisceintCeiling 34th St. I'> .s.,').. .. '"
to cure our ills. displays; this emblem is ''tll;,; .....
.e demand confidence that bound by a code ol ethics --
.
5 Other Models to Choose from jL l. ._
the medicine be prepared according upon which the Realtor or n. -
: to the exacting standard sanitation L based. Compliance Curved drive to Carport # ,

which every pharmacist with this code is a Pricedat$16.000to$19.650 rf1..
J
knows. requisite lor memberhhjp. > 'f -
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Franks. Real Estate M. M. "-
Red Parrlsh -
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Ralph Fosaey &; Associates !f.. .
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No ,
clown VA
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Fordjce Associates J. Pierce Smith. Realtor payment ':.'Jq.-. ",. :.... .. : .-:,_. ... 't.

Warner Wesemaa Gladys Smith Realty PINE FOREST ; llf-T.; ... .._ ;. <

J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty University Realty1IeK1nBeJ'Greu.Deatoa - Arnold ...., ;
Realty /l .
Dan Byrd Agency Models open 'til dark, DIRECTIONS II _4--" ... --0:,.. ...,., .j;

John Merrill Agency Arch Campbell. Realtor Pine Forest ;> : !
is .
Tom Dobson Agency WUbur Bishop. Realtor : con- s-4 '; ", Y- __ ;
veniently located at the cor- : ; I .
OPEN 10 5Ti7
: , a.m. Daily ...
p.m. '
Gainesville
Multiple nor N.E. 16th Ave. and :

Listing Realtors hoJlr HUGH EDWARDS INC.

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PHONE 372-7070

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85 Automobiles for Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES tor SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles tor SaU 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85-1 Automobiles Wanted I
70 Baari-Marlne Equip.
*6 Misc. For Sale
1a51 CADILLAC original througu
BUICK '61. convertible all power 1963 MG 2-door sedan 5000 actual 1955 Pontiac 4-door sedan. V-8 1963 KARMRi Ghia 1500. Phone out. $175 cath. Call FR 2-5d06 '59 English Ford. KR>. Call after
BANQUET table cloth white 50 h-p. ETinrude electric start top condition like new. See miles one owner $1495. stick shift. $250. 1957 Mercury 372-2445. L- Gentry.: after 6:00 P,),1. 7. FR1817. WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Fords
pure linen 72x108 baud em- ing outboard complete with Alter 6 P.M. 306 N.E. nth St. Will take trade In. Phone 2-door station wagon. Merc-O- and CiievroMs.: See at Hem
brldered cut work, used once controls spare propeller $320 3764009. matic. Radio heater. $500. 1958 English Ford good condition 1959 ANGLIA English Ford, 50 JEEP panel truck, 2 wheel boa Service Station, 916 S.E
Call FR 65098. Call FR 2-3712 after 5:00 p.m. CHEVROLET 1956. 6 cylinder. Call 3 -3719. $295. FR 2-M06 or FR radio t header, good condi drive good mechanically $125. 4th Street
17 Cobia 4-door. auto trans. $350. 1643 1959 FORD 2-door. 6 c.--linder. 69707. tion. Phone FR 68974. Phone 3 -S.4H.:
FOR SALE fiberglass
ADDED ATTRACTION CandleUicbt cruiser. 55 bp. HomeUle motor N.W. 34th Place. Phone FR2.1371 automatic power steering excepuunally 1963 Grand Prix fully equipped. -
Service: In Walnut Room (4 cycle), :Murray trailer, fully clean, $659. Will air conditioned and all pow.
acti evening. Primrose Inn. take trade. Phone 376-4009. er. 6.OUO miles. $3999. Pnone
I equipped. excellent couditjon
314 W. Univ. I FR 25626.
CHEVROLET. 1934 standard
7 months old. $2250. Pbone
1959 CHEV. Biscayne O. trans..
transmission. A-l condition; only
AJT GAS STOVE $29. typewriter FR3741. $295 cash. Or will trade for 6 cylinder 4 dr. and 1959 1956 Ford convertible. Good top.
$22. twin bed complete anything of value. Phone 6-4664 Rambler Rebel V-8, auto White wall tires. Standard
539. Single Hollywood bed 932. 73 Musical Merchandise after 6 P.M.. phone 21349.: trans.. 4 dr. Best offer. Phone transmission radio, beater. BARKLEY MOTORS OFFERS YOU
Refrigerator $39. Foot locker 27V7337. $225. 372-8983.
W Office desk $45. Youth bed COMET '62 2-door 3ed n. Radio
M7 Saxophone gas stove (like PIANOS tuned and repaired. Call Heater. White with WSW'j. FOR SALE 1953 Buick Super 4 1956 !\fERctJRY.door.. hardtop
new). Baby bed. ping pong D. E. Webb after 5:30. neek- Clean 91395. 376-5908 after 6:00 door R & H. auto. trans.. radio and heater white
table Hlde-a-bed. Reasonable days All day Saturday and P.M. clean. )150. Higgins. FR 6-3942 side wall 'tires. $225. FR
liter Linoleum bucks, J'eCOI'dilbric.a.I'iK Sunday.! FR 2-1&55. evenings. 2-5806 or FR 69707. 4, 1
:. Before you buy or FIAT. 1960. Right for campus
tell stop by Brant's. 513 Wan WOULD like to rent a Baritone parting. 4-door sedan 1100. '60 Comet 2-door. Like new. MUST gel 1959 Olds convertible
Ave. burn for 1 or 2 weeks. Low milage 1 owner. Pricedto $995. '59 Chevrolet H ton pick full power. new tires Just
Phone FR 6.3017.Automotive. MIL $400. FR 68308. up. $895. 1412 N.E. 16th Place. tuned. A real boy U $1000.
2 Refrigerators. Large and 1 FR 63772. Phone 376415&
small. $50 and $125. See Saturday -
FORD 1959 Custom
4-door. 8
; across from Airport on cylinder; beater good condition '57. -8. Chevrolet with 6,000 "63 Conralr Monza $300 and take
Waldo Road. HousetraUer.CE : must sell sacrifice. $600. mi. on new motor. 210 4dr. up payments. Call FR 6-5341
radio record player. TV combination Can 3762095. tat. wagon extra nice. See at between a 5 P.3L Harry
New couch andmatching 77 Mobile Homo for Sale 4430 S.E. 14th Terr. Tison.
chair Bunk beds; FORD. 1962 Galaxle 4 dr.. fall
foam rubber mattress. Take up SHOP & SAVE power 390 engine only $1795.
c
1959 Ford Custom $795. Will
payments. Call FR 6-1524. TOWN COUNTRY trade. Call FR 2-0245. It's Easy to Trade With
nil BEST cost less. Every pot TRAILER SALE taa
I 3860 SW Archer Rd. PORSCHE Super Cabrolet convertible
you own ii automatic with Full. I
MERCURY!
CRANE LINCOLN
with radio <- Michelin
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I xa burner with a brain. Your OBEY THAT IMPULSE. Drives
: tire. 10,200 actual miles. Physician's
, Pnilga distributor 6-5J92. little to let. Below ,
.. save a mar.
car. 13 mos. old priced V
WE WORK ON THE CAR
, C. I RAIN SUIT; 2 piece; $5.50. bet clean. Lake Geneva Trailer at $3550 for appt. call 372-
1 :Muiik. Joadi.na1ifle; $45. :W' x Sate Rt 100. BE keystone 4006 or 3724842.
61 CHEVY 62 CHEVY
. 63 CHEVY
\ TO" enamel aluminum siding; Hts. na.I
I NOT THE CUSTOMER
MGA Roadster shiny black
(394 sheet. .38 Chief: Special; TRAILER with cabana and picket ni h-wire wheel, just completely F 2 dr Impala hardtop, finished Impala 4dr hardtop, fully equapped okir Impala audtopp lull .ik.'W1'7
t.:55 Electric :Motors
I M50 35 LA.rgU Camera; from I fence, by owner. Reasonable. rebuilt new white tires turquo ie. Equipped with automatic including automatic, factory air equipment including automatic.
*15. Large wood heater* $22.; Phone FK 25633. and tubes-almost new short o power steering brakes radio bfoat. power steering brakes radio>. heat power -tlintl. bt'aJ.e radio hear
; SAFE BUYS er. A real clean car er, white wall tires A fine buy.
hird cage $1.50. We buy guns 28* one bedroom trailer for rent. block and gear box heaterSmith.s R er A beautiful can
i -id tool Couple only. No pete. Manaro'aRestaurant AM and short wave radio .
-Sliding window aide curtains $1795 $2295
Coaaugmneut bale Co. Phone FR 2-W90. D $2795
1 425 SE. 2nd St. luggage rack toameao.OUTSTANDING 63 CHEVROLET .... ................ $2695
TRAILER for contractors.: Newly
i reoon< tiooed. Freshly painted. BUY AT $795 Impala fully equipped attractive light blue finish.
:I WAHTIN ga. beater, whir tan, JU' by.*. with bath closet 61 FORD 62 FORD S3 'fORD
used several. months. Phone 4-dtkis drafting table. Blueprint Can Main be seen St. Ph.at 372-SU97.Oscar's After 11'27So 62 CHEVROLET .................... $1295 L I
FR 2.2296.WESTLIGHOUSE rack and storage. Excellent 6 37 -2S'21.PLYJ.10UTlL. Monza 4-dr. sedan floor shift radio heater. o Gaiasie 500, 4-dr. sedan. equipped Gaiaxie 500 4dr sedan. an' eoudi Fatbacl, cone ie tranxuiaa u
Electric condition.: Good buy. with automatic transmisaion, prntei tinning, automatic. power steering: power ateering. bralea. radio, heat,
range.
Like Calf FR 6-9950 2-3701 or 6-2378 1952, good trans- 61 CHEVROLET $13954dr. steering brakes radio beater. brakes radio, heater. .u excellent er. A aleek beauty Plic.-ed within
new. Sacrifice $65. See evenings. ................... D
$100. Al Herndon
I 518 N.W. 35th Terrace. Call portation. Sharp and only! bu7! )009' budget
276-1492. TWO bedroom house trailer. Service Station 916 S.E. 4th. sedan Honduras maroon auto..l'I-8.{ radio, S
$900. one bedroom house trail Street. heater. Real good condition. $1495 $1995 $2895c
10 Cubic Ft. Refrigerator. <
er $750. Can be rented. Phone .
puu/id automatic sine gu range.uaaber.Phone Apartment b 8'.l'HIonday: to Friday I WILL foreign consider car on trade 1961 Comet.for small la 63 COMET ............................ $2395

WI887JtFA 5. top thape. See at 719 N.W. 19th. S-22 Sportster, bucket seats, radio, heater,
61 OLDS 61 OLDS
I 5'9 OlDS
MOJiE l-g: y65, NOW SHOWING aae or call FR 3-3784. automatic ,like new. o

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2 Kenmore dr. brown gas metal heater Wardrobe$13. Ig. 2 and 1964 3 MOBILE bedrooms HOMES all Floor 1960 Call PORSCHE FR 2-1835 1600.after White 5 p.m.coupe. 63 COMET ............................ $25954dr. M '98' +df hardtop. automatic trans- Super power 'steering 88' :z.dr, brakes hardtop radio automatic beat- steering SUPttkif. brakes 8n.'. radio auwmatk. beater. poI\l.for Fin, .

t5 2 maple chain; $25. platinum Plans.budget.Terms Drive tailored little to meet 1956 DODGE V-8 ROYAL by Villager station wagon, fully equipped mission. power liteertnl' brake> er. Sbarp shed ill beautiful tutune ,.reeD'
;your a and
and diamond wedding lot at orig. owner, excellent condition including factory air.. radio he<<
save a

RHEEW ring $75.oil hot Phone water 61191.beater. 2 CONNOLLYMobile Home Sales Inc. forms R fc H,like PowerQit new. brand trans., new per. 59 CHEVROLET .................... $ 895 $2198 $1795 $1095 t5r

imrented gas space heaters. Miles North on U. S. 441 WW nylon tobeles tires. Only 4-dr wagon, 6 cyl., std. trans., this car is extra clean
Kenmore ironer. 909 S.E. tat _$435. Call FR 23750.
I AvenueTV Prune 22-8166 59 PONTIAC ........................ $1095
Closed Sundays TROPICAL PONTIACINC. r 63 COMET 63 TEMPEST 60 FALCON
I. 11" itcrvea 4u, ftardrobeb '54 PACEMAKER 33'. 2 BR. 2-dr. hardtop fully equipped including factory air

t 48 x 16 x 65 <6. Can 372- good cunditjun P. O. Box 937 Pontiac Sales and Service 62 FALCON .................... ...... $11952dr. 4dr cuaum station wagon..11 vmyi
I _647__ _. ____ btaike. Fla. 8-22. V 8 engine radio heater. LelaJU 2-dr, Ji'lowoIhift.. bucket trim automatic. radlu. he.tec' r.
Complete Automobile std. trans., radio heater excellent condition. 3.000 actual mUes. Sharp. seats. radio. heater OwnerS

I i AU BQ'TESTING to operate Equipment a T.V. Repair necerI I960 washer 50 x included.10" Rembrandt.Our 2 equity BR. Service on All Makes of Cars 59 CADILLAC . .............. .. $1995
tiuawesa! SANS from lass.Typewriter and take over payment Call Body and Fender Shop $2295 5
J optional. $75W.00 FR 6-478. Automobile Painting 4-dr. deVille, fully equipped including factory air $2095 $1095
19 SF lit St. FR fHW5. Satisfaction Guaranteed conditioning, original tutone blue and white finish.
c.
t'P to JU per cent off Tele\feiung FOR good SALE.condition.1 BR $600.house trailer Small Truck Service on All Makes 58 DESOTO ... .. .. _. ..... . $ 545 o .J

and appliam.es. Ifwe dent down payment. low monthly 220 NW 8th Ave. 372-2583 4dr. sedan auto., conditioned 42,000 actual FIAT A. HEALEY
air R
have it well get Wheeler's
payment. 6-4821 or 6-523a.
62 TR-3
discount store. Between Mel- miles spotless inside and out. :: : r

toe 475U and. Ke>stone, Rood 2L TRA1LBRHOME.room furniahed.8 Awnings.x 35'. 2 bed-Excelfent 60 CHEVROLET .................... $1050 T s._. Owner. White with ', rod, wire wbeel;, radio, heat
condition. 3ti20 S.W. Pickuo. steoside body. blacltes: top radio heater. er. 1 Red finish with white top ,
TI1K BkST cost less. Cook for Archer Rd. Lot B-14. HAWESPOWERS-

les with phUg oa trom Fuilgasfno 56 FORD . ... ..................... $ 495 C $1995 $19'95 $1795
., PH. 6-5J92 . Depend-
tltlf ewnuuoyTP.ADKEVEN Fairlaine, V-8, auto., power steering, radio, heater,
-------- BUY .
21" GE TV table YOUR 45,000 actual miles. The only one of its kind. -- --- (:

mullet in excellent conditiun MOBILE HOME 59 HILLMAN ........................ $ 450

fur dition.portable Phone Tin$'R 2-6a63 same con From the WORLD'SLARGE'ST DEALER 4-dr floor shift AP 57 BUICK !! FORD !: FORD :i

-REDUCE--: -! -Eka-..Uer --couch- 54 CADILLAC ....................... $ 395 4ttr automatic. radio. M" 4dr automau> radtn M"
modern design black. whiteA Mobile MOTOR CO. Roadmaster aO>L 1<. good "'. clean car
Southern
This fs the cleanest in the state
other Sold accessories with auto, timer excellent i Homes Brokers, Inc. Proudly Announcesthat 1 $5 9S' usrt9S

('>nd. 75. 3720231ouflMAN 2200 South Dixie Highway AS-IS SPECIALS- $595 i

"pace heater. 75.000 Ph. -
BTU. Adapted for fan Excellent Ocala Florida WILBUR SLIGHhas
condition Call 37to0781LADIKS' 57 Fold V-8, thick spilt 59 KOR1J. 4-dr, Old. $495
_.......>.?........._....... $275 55 FORD 4-dr. ... S93
..e luggage*. 515. 3 Piano piece bench matched ..---- joined our used .36 Ford wagon, V-8 $250 I 52 CHEV ?...._......_..... $99 BARKLEY MOTORS
54 Studebaker Wagon OD 58 CHEV. Modified $199
$10. 4 piece rattan living room MOBILE HOMES car deparment.Wilbur . .. .. . $250 Many more to choose from
mute $100. FR 2-2430. FEDERAL QUALITY wishes to invite ( "In the sports car game . . . Berkley's the Name" .
SV WIDE rm. divider with his frends and

tow book cheat hel\es of on drawers ea. ,side, $20$30;; 1 City Mi. N.Limit on 441at Sign customers him many to drop by and CRANE MOTOR CO. ; .- 2201 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-4373

tverfctutied chair $15 Phone see at
:J76-1887 CALL 372.5113 312 N. Main Street
516 S. Main St. FR 2-3631
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UPRIGHT piano $125 Phone FOR ANYTHING FR 6-3400

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62 Chevy 62 Chevy 60 Chevy Chevy 60 ford 54 Ford

Impaia Coupe, white with 2148 t-dr, V-ft, Imps 4-dr hardtop, man Station wagon. V-8. S84811 $481
Biscane autom* s18481 s1648Ig radio heat-,$23481
red interior, automatictramunistion brakes, white
power with ,
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V-S engine uc. radio heater air eond. red interior. V-8. automatic steering brake*. 9- 4-dr Custom, auvomatx Solid Black
radio. heater, power steering green with matching Interior radio heater air coodi- al ng air conditioned. blue ttnisb.
tinned power steering :and white with red




62 Galaxie 4-dr rk$2148 62 Chevy 1 62 CUwertibVe Chevy, V-6 pO"AierS 61 Ford 60 Ford S948160 Ford

automatic S1
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ted xag radio Interior air heater, .. btaJr.Q.waa ta'sa>dmassiow radio-heater. standard. ,tic steering., .radio Fawn, brakes.interior heater; Fawnwith "f A8 Fairlane, radio 500 4-dr.heater.V-*. automatic FairUne radio heater.500 Vaiiomatk.., V-. *. automatic. raoiu.





61 62 Ford 62 Chev II 59 Pontiac 59 Chevy 60 Pontiac

automat mtenurM848 Galaue loin hardtop 42248Ij j1148 S1648
-adjo. beater automatic, power Coirvta-Ubte. while with. S18481 4-dr Iwuxttop. Vtt, automa. 1148 nalan wa oaKJngvwood. Comertibie bonoev**, V-8,
inc. brakes radio heater. Black w red interior 1Owrrrclean tie, ra4n haler standard automatic, sew top r dioheater .
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57 Ply m. 62 Chevy \ 63 : Stude. 61 Corvair4dr 59 Chevy

$740vor S23481 atatioa W.goa, ks24481148 S48l1 .S11481 S1 1041
sera&, good traz vw, f mm mmtatioe Impaia Coupe. Silver blue transmission, standard traestaiatloa. Bel-Air, standard tran o a
M4I and red interior. V-8. automatic Iwaer, power extra dean. sfam. radio, beater. 5cylfrsder -
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49 Olds 62 J 62 PontiacGr.nd 62 Ram 63 Cad.

48 Pit:. Vatitumatic I S4848
aai248 tr.um1l-S1548
2-dr coup V-8. automata, Convertible. 4-peed t.rau-$29481 radio, heater power steering S2648Iv- Classic, standard1 Sedan oeVilie. Completely
radio heater mission radio heater brakes white with sion radio heater loaded.GAINESVILLE'S .
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PontiacBefore :i WINTCR'S THE SMART TIME TO BUY! Yes! BIG SAVINGS are inMotor store 'I:'' .:;:::;::: f. ;'l OPERATIONMARKDOWN
Tropical for you at B Cr G Co., LIKE NEW luxury cars at TREMENDOUS (P\\ L;)
you commit yourself to buy anywhere! We GREAT TIME TO STEP UP TO A REDUCTIONS, fully f: .....
have several late model used in stock 1 full 1. '':
cars NEWER USED CAR! equipped CADILLACS OLDS- :<: :"
year"G-W" warranty on any used car sold! MOBILES, traded In by Cus- ; :"::::t

tomers on the exciting new ones. 62 PONTIAC 62 PONTIAC PRICED FOR ACTION! Former owners pampered these 'I/:',',:=\,,."
BonnevlUe 4-dr Vista autoCataUna sedan automatic cars with excellent care, and to 1' .. I
matic. air conditioned radio air conditioned. radio. make sure B & G reconditioned, EXTENDED
heater power steering heater power steering and checked washed and .. .. .
polished .
brake low low mileage. brakes low miles. 1-Own- OUR LOT'S LOADED WITH over t : ">:
1-owner. er. each and every one to insure "
TRADES, ON NEW OLDfOMoBIUS'
Was Was $2495 you thousands upon thou- iiJ.r. THRU
$2895IS sands of care-free safe miles.
$2695 IS $2295 BEAT THE COLD WEATHER Remember B & G reputation of B7 .., \.

WITH A CAR THAT REALLY GOES! safe, quality, used cars. n'.l--:< I' ,
; JAN.20
LET ONE OF OUR QUALITY PONTIAC ;;: :! : Iii?: '<,;:<'" ,.

SALESMEN IN RED COATS SERVE YOU! 64 PONTIAC, Bonneville 62 RAMBLER, Custom 60 FORD, 2 door station ?: ://11i\: : ::,\ A...::'>..?-i,:.'.,"','j:;' ",'i'"': ,11 ":e J
Htop cpe. Less than 200 station wagon. Economical wagon. V-8, standard l. 9 m.
' miles. Factory warranty. 6 with radio, heater Cr trans., radio, heater, air p.
. 56 WILLYS 61 TEMPEST4dr Factory air cond., power auto trans. White & light cond. One owner, 20,260 y Ke
sedan automatic steering & electric winblue.. Luggage rack 2200 miles. Very clean ...$995 ,
Jeep Truck 4-wheeI drive transmission radio heater. dows. Listed for $4757 miles .... very sharp $1795 j
real .harp. Priced at only: A good buy ............................ SAVE 60 FALCON, station wag61 -
Was ----- CADILLAC I Co nver t.- on. Economical I 6, radioCr
$595 $1295IS $1195 63. CADILLAC, Convertible. : ble. Beautiful white with heater .............. $895 .
Factory air cond. Like black leather. Factory air. '"
new. B & G Company car One owner. Excellent 59 CADILLAC, Sedan de //

60 RAMBLER 61 VW Listed for almost $7000. ........................ $3295 Ville. Factory air. Fully .
Low mileage. Factory war- .. equipped ............ $2295 SAVE!
Station wagon, radio lleatSeda..* beater. low mileage. runty .................... Save 61 CADILLAC, Sedan de 4! --
clean.er. Luggage carrier. Extra IS $1245 63 CADILLAC, Fleetwood. Ville. Factory air. One 59 OLDS. 88 htop sedan.Beautiful Ui.1. IR
owner. Sold & serviced Power steering & brakes 4iI!

Was $1095IS upholstery I I condition.,I cruise I Leather COn-- by B & G ............ $3195 ................... $1195 ::.:.::.... SAVE! !
$995 61 OLDS. Super 88. Hardtop :'::" pjl\
trot Listed for about 59 BUICK, Lesabre sedan. /, \ -4:i= :
S7800 ........ LOW 5.5/o sedan. Light green Factory air ........ $1195
with beautiful, immaculate
GMAC financing $5695 -&rfi Y3 iir
interior ................ $2195 59 CHEVROLET W SAVE . .
OPEN DAILY IlL 9 p.m. 63 OLDS, 98, hardtop Impala
OPEN SATURDAY 'TIL 6 sports sedan. Factory air, 61 OLDS. 88 sedan. This htop sedan. Air cond.
p.m. In factory car will pass the most black
fully equipped. power steering jet
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 p.m. warranty. Listed for critical inspection. One ...$1195
about $5250 .... $3995 owner, sold & serviced by ri'cih : SAVE! !
B & G, power steering & 59 CHEVROLET, Impala
63 HILLMAN Super
58 T-BIRD 57 CADILLAC dB' brakes. Deluxe trim. 27htop sedan. V-8. Power ,. ,4.,..,
Minx, se new. ................ t '"
Automatic radio. heater 4-dr sedan loaded, full Four doors, big trunk. Motor 000 miles ............ $1895 steering $1095
es power. clean steering car. and brakpower 1-Owner.and air conditioned up front. Excellent 61 FORD, Galaxie sedan. 57 CADILLAC, Fleetwood UP TO

Was $1195 Was $995 economy with more com Factory air, power steer- air cond .............. $1095 \ I
fort, safety & performance.. ing Cr brakes. Very nice.
IS $1095 IS $895 Lists for $1990. Save One owner ............ $1695 56 CADILLAC Cpe. de
61 FALCON, station Ville Air ................ $545
62 CADILLAC, Fleetwood. wag
57 PLYMOUTH 56 CADILLAC Factory air cond. Local on, 4-door. Radio, heater 56 CADILLAC sedan $200
$300
Hardtop coupe automatic 4-dr sedan full power and one owner. Low mileage. Cr standard trans. Lug-
transmission radio heater air conditioned completely Cadillac's finest & most gage carrier ........ $1195 58 OLDS. 98 htop sedan.
good Was transportation.$595 reconditioned. IS $795 luxurious sedan .... $4295 60 CADILLAC, Fleetwood Air condo ................ $895 63 FORD r
62 CADILLAC Sedan de sedan. Factory air Full 58 OLDS., S88 htop sed. Fairlane station wagon, V-8 engine, radio,
IS $395 Ville. Selection of several power. Outstanding value Air condo ............ $895 heater, Ford-O-Matic transmission, power
61 CORVAIR low mileage, one owner in a roomy quality car. 58 OLDS., S88 htop cpe steering, finished in striking green. Better WHEN YOU DEAL WITH
57 PONTIAC Pick-up. 4-speed transmis cars. One of the nicest ..$2895 ...$495 I hurry on this one.
4-dr hardtop. automatic.eloa radio, heater models on the market to60 OLDS, 88 Convertible. 56 OLDS, 98 Sedan. Air I $1945 NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
radio beater. Was $1195 day. .................... $4095 Sparkling white. Be ready cond. Outstanding condi-
IS $295 IS $995 62 CADILLAC. for the warm Spring days tion. 64 license .... $595
Factory air cond. full ahead .................. $1695''' No.1Independent
57 BUICK, Htop coupe 62 MONZA4dr.
power. Very nice .. $3995 60 BUICK. Invicta. hardtop ..........................-.. $395
., radio, heater, 4-speed transmission.
2 1963 EXECUTIVE CARSLow 62 sedan.OLDSMOBILE Factory ,air.98 htop One Good sedan.looking.Midnight Sound blue.con- 51 FORD, 6 ............ $50 Finished in beautiful gray. Now only:

Mileage full factory warranty fully equipped with owner. Low mileage. Exdition .................. $1395 58 PLYMOUTH- htop $1595 Dealer
accessories. SAVE $600 on Tempest SAVE $1,000 on Sharp ........ $495
\ Bonneville. cellent value. We sold 60 CHEVROLET stationcoupe.
three like this last week wagon. Factory air, power 53 CHRYSLER, Sedan

.......................... $2995 steering, low mileage clean transportation $200 62 FORD
62 OLDS. Super 88. Htop ............................ $1595 57 PLYMOUTH, station 1 Dozen SamplesOf
sedan. Factory air Beau60 CHEVROLET, Impala wagon .................... $325 Convertible V-8 engine, radio, heater, Cruise-
Your Franchised! Pontiac & GMC Dealer O-Matic transmission, power steering. Sharp
tiful white & light sedan. Factory air power 58 LINCOLN, Capri htop. Our
Good Selection of blue .."................ $2795 steering. White .. $1595 coupe .................... $995 blue color. Only: Large Inventory
64 PONTIACS & GMC TRUCKS. $2245

B & G MOTOR ,CO""Ycur '60 FALCON 59 VW BUS

62 FORD 2-door Deluxe. A clean ear > passenger. This one puns
end good transportation. It's good but looks rough. The
TROPICAL PONTIAC Oldsmobile Fairlane, 4-dr., V-8 engine, radio, heater equipped with automatic motor Is in excellent condl-
Authorized & Cadillac Dealer"NEW
Ford-O-Matic transmission, PLUS AIR COND. white transmission wall tires.radio Also and has has lion good and shape.the tires are in

CAR: 115 S.E. 2nd St. FR 6-7515 Now at only: light blue finiah.
220 NW 8th AVE. FR 2-2583
USED CAR: 2001 N.W.- 13th St. FR 67515RAMBLERS $1695 $845 $385WHAT

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TEMPEST4dr. -
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( FORDS ., radio, heater finished In beautiful blue Monterey t door hardtop.
BIG SAVINGS! and white. Real savings here! 1100 4-door sedan. This one "Sharp and clean with as air new"con.
RAMBLER & JEEP $1295 is really clean and has a dunning power steering.
brand
new set of white side automatic transmission pow.
wall tires. Equipped with er brakes radio, beater Vtc.
liNter. B h" 2-tone array It has a beautiful white finish
NEW CARTRADEINS DEALER "nun. with black top and white
61 TBIRD2dr. walls.

USED CAR SPECIALSCOME ., radio, heater, power steering, brakes, $445
automatic transmission, Air conditioning.Sharp $2145
IN Tan O beige exterior with complimenting -
interior. '62 GALAXIE '63 PONTIAC


SHAW & KEETER MAKE YOUR CHOICEOF $2545 Js UlariS .clean ONE..OWNER pin. VntUf SPOrt Coupe. Not a
it 1. vli sharper car in town and has
equipped with
f 2' a I****"! maroon and white
"Your Friendly FORD Dealer Since 1924" SELECTION 61 FALCON gtne power automatic steering. power*""brakes oft.. talah intnior.with It II m.tcMnaleather equipped with
Future 2-dr., radio, heater. Solid white finish. radio and lleater. The finish automatic traHmil ale D.
238 W. University Ave. FR 20503NOW Save lots of money on this one! is It has cream a gold with Interior.white top and radio. heater power steering
CARS & TRUCKS PRICED $1145 and power bj-rte.

$1945 $2845

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3. :.':, I Iii V-8 engine, 4dr. wagon, heater. Color is light EARLY BIRD SPECIALThe
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. blue. Priced to sell quickly at only:

t 1 INGAINESVILLE J; $1095 first 5 buyers will receive absolutely

1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433CHEVROLETS FREE . 5,000 S & H Green Stamps. Remember -

I PLYMOUTHS . Early bird gets the worm .
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60 FORD Early buyer gets the Stamps . Hurry I !
]Fairlane 500, 4-dr., Cruise-O-Motlc transmission -
i ----- heater, power steering, plus air conditioning. -
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,i'.t".'-I. .Y':..,...NWJA li'YwNNNAW1 1: ,',",... ',tM.;.?'.' I WE'LL TBLL YOU THE White and gray finish. All this $1145 for only: '59 FORD 56 PONTIAC

Galaxie 4-door hardtop. Fully Chieftain 2-door sedan This
I equipped with air condition. one has a new set of white
CITY AUTOMATIC f AGE OF OUR USED VWsBut 60 CHEVROLET4dr. in,. automatic transmission. wan tires and automatic
N Ill;; to NEW power steering radio. heater transmission radio and heat-
Bel-Air, radio, heater powerglide transmission and white wall tires. The er.
TRANSMISSION I real sharp,'finished in tutone blue. finish is white with coral
f(t'I r I Inc. Mr CAR BUYERSBefore ( you don't have to tell a soul.) $1295 interior. $345


A CARL PITTSENTERPRISE' t buying any New car Volkswagens don't give away their age $1095 '62 VOLVO
come see and test drive the 60 FORD
They look the after
t1 f new 1964 Rambler! same year year. I Convertible V-8 Finished '61 FA L CONMt.
Other reasons why they're such good engine, radio heater. 2-door sedan equippedwith
I in beautiful blue. Now only: 4-speed transmission.
%c 1409 S. Main FR -51t.? ; The American I buys: The money you'll save on gas Raaobero Pickup. This Is heater and white waS tires
$1295
ideal for second car and has It Is solid black and clean
r Classic 6's Oil, fires. The biggest difference between heater and white wan tires as a pin.
a and used VW is the The color Is white and it has
new
t Classic 8's I owner. a tan lather Interior also
THE SOUTH'SLARGEST LuxuriousAmbassador 59 FORD4dr. has low mileage and Is a one $1295
e I 'a vw KARMAVN GBIA. Squire Station Wagon, radio, Cruise-O- owner car.
i rr COUPe.ette interior red with, white leather Matic transmission, power steering. Beautiful $1095
Radio heater '
finish. Now
white
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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday,January 19, 1964 '. -" ,

In a study by Eugene Gilbert & Co., the newspaperwas
shown to be a big influence on the living and
In The _spending habits of teen-agers. ANNUAL

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news WASHINGTON THE from ASSOCIATED Washington(AP-In: PRESS the CoL.Ior1VI tcs I I i SALE 1]


TAXES: The Senate Finance :
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Committee hopes to wind up : ;
voting on the tax cut bill by : OUR OWN BRAND "NOBLE CRAFT" MUSLIN SHEETS
Wednesday setting the state I I
for the possible start of floor by Magnificent n wIVIClgnCl"o .. ,< WHITE MUSLIN

debate the week of Jan. 26. j 72" x 108" AND FITTED, Reg. 2.09 ...........................................WHITE. SALE 1.55
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Senate leaders hope to get 81" x 108" AND FITTED, Reg. 2.29 ..............................................WHITE SALE 1.75

Congress the bill through starts by its the Lincoln's time : i &. .... .,. :' '- PILLOW CASES, Reg. 55c ........................................JANUARY WHITE SALE.39c ea.

birthday recess Feb. 11. Con- OUR OWN BRAND "NOBLE CRAFT" PERCALE SHEETS
ferences to work out differences
between the Senate bill and the I WHITE PERCALE

House version would that come has passed later. the f -1 72"x 108 AND FITTED, Reg. 2.69 ............................................JANUARY WHITE SALE 1.95 ">, .:t".,:,

.' 81" x 108" AND FITTED Reg. 2.99 .........................................JANUARY WHITE SALE 2.15 \ "

ESTES TAXES: The Internal PILLOW CASES Reg. 69c .......................................................JANUARY WHITE SALE 49c ea. -'.
Revenue Service says Billie Sol rBJ"l '>.. '". '
Estes, the bankrupt Texas fer- CANNON PERCALE SHEETS .:; ,
tilizer king owes Uncle Sam .
.1'> .t.'t.' '<' : x'< W': II'-rV' .
$18.2 million in back taxes and ?
penalties. i I: STRIPED OR POLKA-DOTTED PERCALE COLORED PERCALE
f'1 72"xl08", FLAT ONLY, Reg. 3.49 . . SALE 2.99 72"xI08",TWIN OR FITTED Reg. 3.29. SALE 2.79
Estes after facing conviction 23 years on charges in prison 81"xl08fFLAT ONLY, Reg. 4.49 .SALE 3.49 81"xl08", FULL FITTED, Reg. 3.69 . .SALE 3.19
of mail fraud, swindling and PILLOW( CASES Reg. 1.19 . WHITE SALE 99c ea. PILLOW CASES, Reg. 89c . WHITE SALE 79c ea.
conspiracy is fighting the i ma- ]' Til
claim in the U.S. Tax Court.
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EARNINGS: American fac LLL-]
tory workers earned an aver- I MARTEX "MARGUERITE" TOWELS TOWELS
age of$102 a week in Decembera Danish
$ The FINGER-TIP SIZE
new high. ONLY 5 9 5 Modern 21 BATH TOWELS, Reg. 1.99 .....................WHITE SALE 1.69 REG. 1.00

The Labor Department that reported -I' hi elegant Walnut Coish. i HAND TOWELS, Reg. 1.29 ........................WHITE SALE 99c
Friday average Model 1-UV522

weekly earnings were up 91: WASH CLOTH, Reg. 59c ...........................WHITE SALE 49c SALE 79cOUR
cents from the $101.09 Novem-
ber figure.
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DOCTOR DRAFT: Becauseof Big 265 sq.In.MagnaCoIor TV will not only be the focal
insufficient volunteers the point of your family's home entertainment, it will also
Defense Department has issued bring you lasting satisfaction-year after year!Color as OWN BRAND KENNETH I
a draft call for 1,050 doctors for well as Black/White pictures are crisper,clearermorevivid "BROQUETTE""NOBLECRAFT"
this summer. !The transformer powered chassis is far more MACHINE WASHABLE DRAPERIES
dependable-circuits and electrical connections can't
"This call is necessary be- break loose as in old.fashioned hand-wired chassis. FOAM RUBBER OR DACRON SINGLES DOUBLES TRIPLE
cause insufficient numbers of ,
Bonded Optical Filter 6* oval l speaker, Tone Control,
volunteered 1963 medical for school active graduates duty plus all the other features that distinguish Magnavoxas BED PILLOWS 63" & 84" LENGTHS, 5 COLORS!
the world's finest.
immediately following internship I WERE 4.99-21.99
," the department said Fri-

day. COME IN-Select from th /widest variety I REG. 4.99 SALE 3.99 SALE 4.29-17.99,
PARCEL RATES: Increased ojf beautiful styles and finishes... Magnavox
parcel post rates averaging Color TV prices start at only $498.50
13.1 per cent above present ones
-are scheduled to go into effect
April 1.Postmaster. Bank Financing Available CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE

Gronouski made General the announce-John A. OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 80 Famous Brand 70 TABLE CLOTHS & SETS
ment Friday, a day after the TOWELS
Interstate Commerce Commis-' Call FR 2-0433 Sheets & 'Cases, (COTTON, LINENS & RAYONS)
sion the increase i
approved
long
iI 222 MISCELLANEOUS WERE 1.6917.98ORIC.
sought by postal authorities. I (ODDS & ENDS)
Based on 1962 volume the CANNON FIELDCREST
1.19-6.45 NOW 99c9.99
new rates are figured to bring
in an extra $75.4 million. TOWELS. ODDS AND
I TECH SALE price 83 LINEN OR RAYON NAPKINS
TVi ENDS BATH, HAND
LOOK FOR 300 MUSLIN PILLOW CASES WERE 39c-75c, ................NOW 25c ea.
YOUROPPORTUNITY
Were 3/1.00
& WASH CLOTHS.
NOW 5/1.00 WERE 1.69-17.98 ........NOW 99c-9.99
I in the "Business Opportunities"column i
50 EMBROIDERED WERE 49c-1.99
in the Classified Section 122 N.W. 16th AVENUE :
TODAY! MUSLIN PILLOW( CASES, 116 MISCELLANEOUS PLACE MATS
.I Were 59cNOW NOW PRICE
I 3/1.00 : WERE 29c-1.29 ............NOW 15c-59c
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CLEARANCE-RUGS CLEARANCE-Blankets & Spreads

Get a Garden of LIVE Miniature 90 MISCELLANEOUS SCATTER RUGS 12 FIELDCREST "SOUTH WIND" WOOL

I & LID COVERS BLANKETS

ORANGE and LIME TREES WERE 18.99 ............................................NOW 15.99
WERE 99c-1 0.98 ............................NOW 59c-7.99 .
10 MORGAN-JONES "INSULAIRE" BLANKETS

GARDENIA and CARISSA PLANTS 12ROOM-SIZE ((9'xl2' & 12'x15') RUGS, WERE 9.98 ..................................................NOW 7.99

REG. 22.50-89.98 ...........................SALE 20% OFF 125 SPREADS & COMFORTS
WERE 5.99-27.50 ........................NOW 3.99-16.99




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Simply open Get your collection of Live Miniature Potor 750 YARDS 150 DRAPES, 44 SHOWER

add$250 to your ted Trees and Plants which your family will DRAPERY &

account and get all 4! love and enjoy. Growing these have been aFar CAFE CURTAINS CURTAINS I

$150..Have your science which started in JaPan-that you can SLIPCOVER
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choice of 2!
& VALANCES NOW
now grow on your patio,'home or backyard ,
For$100 choice. : -
. with almost no care at all. :, FABRICS
o f. I WERE 1.29-21.98 ea. WERE 1.998.99WERE
Limit 4 to anyACCOUNT 1.00-229 YardsNow59c1.39y
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GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS ASSORTED COTTONS WOOLS & "CHINCHILLA"Wide Wale or


WERE 2.79-6.98
LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf EVERGLAZE COTTONS, CORDUROYBROADCLOTH
NOW 1993.99
GINGHAM, WERE
Gainesville, 220 North Main Street, Phone FR 2-8496
PERCALES AND
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"Chartered and Supervised by NOW
01 the United States Government' Save The
4' By DRIP-DRYS AND PRINTS
70 Each Account Insured Up To 20th Of Any WERE 59c-79c Yd.,,..,
Per Annum 10000.00 Month,Earn "'. WERE 79c -1.19 7999c f I

CompoundedSemiAnnually Free Parking in Rear- From The NOW 1-CENT-AN-INCH YARD
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