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f'J: !r-- VA Hospital Groundbreaking Scheduled Sunday ,

.i Officials from Washington will high-ranking VA officials. ecutive Manager Billy Mitchell bands and speeches.But has time to learn. on hand for the griundbreaking. mony for this Chamber. He's !'

il I join local dignitaries at 4 p.m. Col. W. Z. Bowie, chief of the said this morning that other invitations there'll be one deviation.The Public personalities will A highpoint of the ceremonywill one of two men who served on

I Sunday to break ground for the VA's real estate division, and have gone out but con- groundbreaking won't abound Sunday at the VA site be the appearance of historian an original Chamber VA hospital

r i new $10 million Veterans Ad- Dr. Tom Harvey, second in firmations haven't been received use the traditional gold shovel. opposite the J. Hillis Miller Jess Davis. committee 20 years ago.
ministration hospital here. command in VA medical mat yet. The others include They'll use a bull dozer. Health Center on the Archer Davis will tell the 20yearhistory The other is C. A. Pound.

Sen. George Smathers will ters, will represent the VA. Sen. Spessard Holland. This morning, Chamber offi- Road. of Gainesville's fight to Others on the committee are

: be the main speaker. Other federal officials are Mitchell said the ceremonywill cials still were looking for an Besides the Washington officials get a VA hospital. S. J. Adkins, Latham Davis,

dtj j Also on hand will be U.S. Rep. expected. be done in traditional important personality who can virtually every city and Davis also is a member of the Finley Cannon and Perry Me-

D. R. (Billy) Matthews and two Chamber of Commerce Ex. groundbreaking splendor operate a dozer or one who county official is expected to be committee planning the cere- Griff.

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(AP) Take two

Ii young fellows, enroll them with
Couple Says 948 girls in what previously had

been an all-girl school, and
what more could they want?
J Well, said Jeroslave (Jerry)

Sup and Robert Woods Monday,
] things i would be just perfect at Under UF Control I

They Like Mercy College "if we had a
baseball diamond, a football

field and a few more guys." _______

... .. ..,,
- " -
,, :: .F '$<;)' : ; HummerTo
I Ii i 1i)i i Foster Care i1 ': ;k' :';>> :i: ; Np'hj Head

(The need for foster homes "However," she added,

i appears to be growing in Ala"shortly after we became foster

t chua County at a pace faster parents we adopted one of I
than it can be met. In this our foster children: and didn't
children until after Program
special series of articles I care for any
he was older and we moved
examines and
The Sun explains
p to Florida.In .
the problem.) p TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
Alachua County the B.'s State Board of Education,
By VIRGINIA GARDNER have been foster parents for adopted policies for two of its
Mr. and Mrs. John B., who three years. They now have 7- off-campus university programs
r are the foster parents of four year-old twins, a 16-yar-old 9a t t
today, sharply dividing the responsibilities -
it children, say they first wanted girl, and a 2-year-old baby into of the two.
become foster parents 15 their care.
i The GENESYS for
i years ago when they saw an ad As a foster mother Mrs. B. Graduate
in a newspaper from a mother feels her neighbors and church Engineering Educa-
3 tion System), was placed under -
who wanted to for
someone care associates have been helpfulher
the control of the University -
two as a foster mother.
of Florida, ending some
"At that time our only daugh"Only in one neghborhood Pa
disagreement over its fate.
ter had grown up and married were we forced to move away
this position, GENESYS
I and we were lonely without chil because the neighbors couldn't would
not mix with the Flori-
dren so we took on these two accept our taking care of foster i .y da
t children and kept them for six children," Mrs. B. said. Continuing
iversity Studies (FICUS), which
x The child welfare depart"After
months, Mrs. B. said. '
has main responsibility for off-
ment received a total of four
the children returned t >rw campus instruction.The .
to their mother anonymous calls complaining .
applied to
we ,
become foster parents. (See FOSTER on Page 2)) =...;: ... ,_,........-, -.. ---.. _ .- _. ._.'...-'M.M,_.>'.<.,_:>>.:-.;_, ..__..._,_..'.......... ployment board of a approved Californian the., em-Dr. j

"' Memo to' Sidewalk: SuperintendentsJust John L. Hummer, to head the "1

GENESYS program at a salary

Utility Department in case it may have slipped your mind, Sun Photographer Eddie Davis stopped by the new Federal Building of $20,000 a year and made
to see if construction is progressing. It is. Construction officials say work is on schedule and the Oct. 5, 1964, dead- these further decisions:
line for the $2 million building should be met with no trou ble. to carry closed circuit
television instruction from the

t4 Survey Is Pushed Gainesville) campus of the UnIversity
of Florida to satellitesin

TransferOf 2-Hour Chase Nets Arrests Daytona Beach, Orlando,

By JEAN CARVER overlap, a study of just the Melbourne and Cape Kennedy,
San Staff Writer utilities department would only Airport the board leased telephone linesat

City Commissioner Alan Suthprovide "part of a picture." a cost of $900,000 over the
Police Car Wreck Injuries next decade.
erland called for an efficiency The commission voted in favor
+ study of the Utilities Department of asking two New York firms Lease EyedCity ,, eJ -The central facility for
GENESYS would be located in
last and peralready contacted in the summer
night got about tha study to present By BILL TAYLOR Marvin Walker, 405 NW 19th red light at the intersection of the Cape Kennedy area and the
mission to get firm offers from Commissioners last night
firm proposals on the survey's Sun Staff Writer Lane, Apt. D. 6th Street, Police Chief W. D. use of temporary facilities in
two c o m pan ies interested in discussed operation of the municipal
conducting the management estimated cost.Preliminary airport with a former Two persons were injured, They were injured shortly after Joiner said. The police car did these satellite areas to get the
survey. est i mat es by Gainesville radio station own- three cars were wrecked and a midnight when a patrol car not have the siren in operation, program off at an early start

Stone and Webster show the er who told the board he was deputy sheriff got stopped for driven by Erwin collided with a but did have the red blinker was approved.
a Sutherland's request followed utilities study could be done for negotiating to buy the assets of speeding by a highway patrolman car driven by Walker at the light on, he added. The Florida Educational Tel-
his declaration in August that about $30,000 and would take the present airport lease during a high speed chase intersection of NW 16th Avenue Walker's car was headed evision Commission, which studied -
he felt a drive for more effiabout six months. holder. last night and early today after and 6th Street.a north on 6th Street and had the the feasibility of closed-

dent operation of the departBooz, Allen and Hamilton, Tom Castle, former owner of car loaded with teenagers. The patrol car was answeringOne green light. His car was hit circuit television, reported that
ment should be sought. who did a similar study for the broadside by the police car and the lease with Southern Bell
radio station WGGG, said the of the wrecked cars was a call to help another police car
"I don't mean to imply that City of Lakeland, estimated sale was pending his review of a Gainesville police car. Damacross town which was after a knocked into a parked truck. Telephone Co. would be exclusively -
there is inefficiency! now," the would cast between for the of the lines
survey the set of standards the cityis ages to it were estimated at car full of teenagers who had The car left the road and over
Sutherland said. "But we need $25,000 and $35, preparing for operators at 1800. turned. by GENESSYS or any other
impartial and objective Utilities Director John Kelly outrun sheriff's deputies and state agency, and was revoka-
the city airport.Commissioners. Listed in fair condition in (See CHASE on Page 2))
for about
study to determine where improvements said he had seen the Lakeland instructed patrolmen ble within 30 days.
need to be made." chua County Hospital this morntwo hours. The date of
survey and understood from the target January
City Manager Bill Green reeLakeland utilities director that City Attorney Osee list of Faganto stand ing were Patrolman J. L. ErThe patrol car was headed 1965 was set for the operationof
ommended that the consultant the study had not been too use- ards prepare outlined a in rough draft win, 3831 1st St., and Jeffrey east on 16th Avenue and ran a Insanity Plea all units of GENESYS.

firms be asked to estimate how ful. form last night and to draw upa FICUS was given responsibility -
much extra !it would cost to inSutherland's survey of firms for coordinating the off-
new lease agreementThe Entered In
t clude all city departments in interested in conducting the ef- city's present lease with City Gives Go-Ahead campus instructional services of
the included cost the state universities under the
study. fiency study a University City Air Service has f-
Green explained that since estimate range of from $6,000 to Board of Control's supervision.
been a continuing controversyon Jax
some of the department duties $65,000 to $70,000. the commission's agenda for To Hotel Near UniversityThe SlayingJACKSONVILLE FICUS was to cooperate with

the universities in determiningSee
over a year.Negotiations
(AP) A
over a revised building moratorium However, McK inn ey did not further ( UF on Page 2))
judge sought psychiatric
: Rebirth lease with the air service were around the University was lift- present the resolution to lift the opinion today before letting Mrs.

Religious begun more than a year ago ed again last night as the building. ban around the Uni Sara Thelma Luckie go on trial

when the Federal Aviation' Ag- G aiD e sville City Commission versity. for the killing of a well known Turnpike
ency objected exclusive! franchise okayed a building permit for a
Baptist minister who said he
agreements in the c o n- $1 million, six-story hotel at the Officials in the planning department -
Called for in U.S. was her lover.
tract. corner of University Avenue and predict the morator- The CompletedWILDWOOD
40-year-old woman's man-
ium will be lifted in the
Last night Castle said his purchase 13th Street. near
slaughter trial was delayed Mon-
future since a new business-in-
of UCAS, whose president Plans for the Ram a da Inn (API-Florida's)
By CUF CORMIER "riding the horses of today'scomplex stitutional zoning category has day by a motion of suggested insanity
is former mayor MyrlHanes Hotel, being developed by a 270-mile long, multimillion dollar

Sun Education Writer ; problems." been added. The Plan Board iscurrently filed by her lawyer.
The head of the largest Luth"Our ancestors were no more has reached a commitment Miami firm, call for the 160- studying the area One psychiatrist, Dr. WilliamJ. turnpike was completed Monday
in the United States stage providing "a reasonable room hotel to be built on the old Ingram, testified he believed giving motorists uninter-
eran body capable than we are, but they lease and set of standards around the University for BI-2
called on Americans to stop measured themselves with the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity property zoning.In she was insane and unableto rupted driving from Miami to
creature comforts can be obtained. on the northeast corner of make a proper defense. this central Florida town.
worshiping foothills
of their time. Today we
and return to religion in a stand at the foot of the tower- Standards agreed on by the the intersection. other action last night the Judge Hans G. Tanzler of Later, when construction is ;

speech at the University of ing Himalayas in comparison. commission last night include After the commission unanimously commission authorized a changeto Criminal Court appointed the completed, motorists will be ableto r

Florida yesterday. "Man is my concern. Every- facilities for flight school and approved issuing the business zoning for Clark second psychiatrist, Dr. WilliamH. connect with Interstate 75 at

Dr. Franklin C. Frye, presl.thing on earth must be meas- ground instruction, a storage permit, Commissioner Howard Butler's high rise apartment McCullagh. Wildwood, driving north to Atlanta
dent of the New Lutheran ured in terms of humans. But hangar and tie-down areas, ren- McKinney asked how long the building on SW 13th Street for a Meanwhile, Mrs. Luckie was Ga.
Church of America and chairit is getting to be the other way tal and charter service, at moratorium is to continue. restaurant and cocktail loungeon confined at Duval Medical Cen The official opening of the

man of the central committee of around. Material values are least two airplanes for instruc- McKinney has fought the moratorium the top two floors of the 14- ter. She had been free on bond turnpike Monday was marked

the World Council fo Churches, 'revered, not individuals. Man is tion, sales facilities, sunrise to since it was put into story building. since last fall, when a murder with speeches and other cere-

told a Religion-in-Life convocat in danger of being smothered in sunset service, major and min effect by a commission major charge was reduced to man- monies. Chairman John Phillipsof
or .repair facilities and fuel Finance off icer Clarence
the Florida Turnpike Author-
tion audience only the gullible his own civilization. ity last March. slaughter.She .
swallowed the Utopianism He said creature comforts sales. "If you have a resolution O'Neill reported that 74.8 per is accused of killing Rev. ity said several of the food and
cent of the total city tax roll
which is sweeping the world. were but an "anesthetic" and ready (about lifting the mora- has been collected.O'Neill George E. Hodges, 57, who was fuel stations along the final sec
He said people all over were men remain tormented untilso torium requiring all building founder and minister of the tions of the toll road were in-

engrossed in materialism hey find the real answer In an WHERETO requests near the University to said the Decembertax Beaver Street Baptist Church, complete but the pavement was

and choked with overabundarena of which the eternal is FIND IT be acted on by the commis- payments were $86,953.96. one of Florida's largest. laid and fences were up.
ance they were losing sight of acting rather than the tempor sion), we can act tonight," Deadline for paying city taxesis Police .said Hodges was shot The original plans for the road
the real meaning of life. al. Mayor Byron Winn told McKinney April 1. the morning of April 8, 1963, at called for it to travel north toward
Comics . . . . 10
in the find'them The the Luckie but drove to Jacksonville. Saying hemet
"But end you "Overstuffed davenports and commission last night also home j.
so despairful they come back Walloon tires cannot make up "I just happen to have one in reviewed the plan board's the church parking lot several opposition along the coast,
Entertainment . 11
groping to religion to find a pur for the disquiet of our souls." 2 my drawer," McKinney replied.He recommendations for child care blocks away before he died. Bryant moved the road to the t
Obituaries . . .
pose," he said. In scholarly phrases, the Opinion Page . . 4 has tried unsuccessfully to center regulations and referred Mrs. Luckie.testified at a preliminary middle of the state, in the general

The leading i theologist 'Lutheran leader expressed Sports . . . . .6, 7 get the commission to approvehis them to the city attor- hearing that Hodges direction of Jacksonville, to
charged modern man withfbeing disgust at the modern pre- Women . . . 5 anti-moratorium resolutionon ney for drafting into ordinance had been her lover for four connect with Interstate 75 near I
unequal to the task of (See RELIGION on Page 2)) several occasions. form. (See JAX on Page 2)) Ocala.

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d I 2 Golnesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964 "

m I 'Johnson's Budget Calls for 'Cutback in Spending' I IBy :,


STERLING F. GREEN 1 1II riculture Department, the Post austere budget need not be and generating higher revenues despite lowest request since the Mar- The budget had these further tion of our educational systemthe roll. About 10,000 civilians will ,

J Associated Press Writer I II Office, the Atomic Energy should not be a standstill budget the lower tax rates. shall Plan got under way in highlights: elementary and secondary I!have been dropped by next ;

II I WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- Commission, and the Veterans ," and explained: So federal income will climb 1948 and a whopping $1.5 billion A request for money for schools. Johnson urged pas- ''I June 30, another 17,000 by the

ident Johnson called a turnabout Administration.The "When vigorous pruning of by $4.6 bill'on in the coming below what President John F. 14,000 Peace Corps volunteersin sage of pending bills to provide end of fiscal 1965, a year later.A .

'. to the long upward new fiscal blueprint also old programs and procedures fiscal year to $93 billion, while Kennedy sought a year ago. 1965, compared with 10,400 grants for teachers' pay and I repeat of President Ken

march of federal spending today would thin slightly the over-all releases the funds to meet new government spending is But much of the savings in this year. The stepup, Johnson the building of classrooms, in nedy's request for creation of a

I with a cost-cutting, tax- ranks of federal jobholders, sell challenges and opportunities, squeezed down by $500 millionto I I money and manpower would be said, results from the corps' addition to special programs new Cabinet-rank department

I)I utting, $97.9 billion budget off a billion-dollar batch of gov- economy becomes the companion $97.9 billion for the second diverted into welfare, labor, highly successful operationsand wrapped into his poverty pack' of urban affairs and housing under -

aimed at the nation's pockets of ernment assets and cut the defi- of progress. . budget cut in nine years. I education, job retraining, youth "the gratifying flood of re age. a new name, the "Depart-

; poverty. cit in half-from $10 billion this "A government that is strong, But Johnson added a warning I assistance, and other arms quests" for its services.Announcement ment of Housing and Commu-

I | Johnson sent Congress a fiscal year to $4.9 billion in the federal a government that is solvent, a an implied hint of business!of the antipoverty offensive. that he will Notification that he will I nity Development." Congress

1965 budget message which year starting July 1. government that is compassionate recession and a bigger deficit if The much-publicized Johnson send Congress shortly "cotton seek another increase in the I turned down Kennedy's plan for

:' confidently assumed the "earli- At year's end, June 30, 1965, is the kind of governmentthat taxes are not cutto jog the I ax-work on federal employment and dairy proposals that will decrease federal debt limit. Unless Congress the 11th department and has

est possible" tax reduction. He the national debt will have in- endures." congressional champions of fiscal -,,'wound up as a net cut of only by $230 million the esti- acts, the temporary ceiling shown no recent sign of warming -

termed it a "giant step to- creased from $311.8 billion to He pledged that, despite military caution who have delayed 1,200 jobs, or a shaving of less mated expenditures of the Commodity -, of $315 billion falls to the up to the idea.

d ward. .a balanced budget in $317 billion, he estimated. and nuclear cutbacks in action for more than a year on I than one-twentieth of 1 per Credit Corporation,"! permanent limit of $285 billionon A call for higher salariesfor

\ a full-employment, full-prosper- Nevertheless it is a "compas- spending- the ll-billion tax reduction bill. cent. That would leave 2,511,200on the Agriculture Department June 30. high-level government off

\} ity economy." sionate"* budget, Johnson said, "This budget safeguards the Johnson proposed to cut 800 the civilian payroll when the agency which administers farm! But the debt by then, Johnson cials. Government economy

-Jhe budget would carve $1.3 providing history's heaviest peace by providing for the fur- employes from the foreign aid fiscal year ends in mid1965. price supports.A said, will be $312 billion; and a I and efficiency, Johnson said,

I. t tl[; billion and 27,000 civilians from spending for "our nation's most ther strengthening of the most program, a move certain to And the space budget is still go-ahead for the startingof year later, $317 billion. Failureto ,will come chiefly from the hard

the Defense Department. He important resource its people. formidable defense establish- please the many aid critics in climbing, though not at rocket 44 new dam, harbor, power raise the ceiling would neces- ; work of the top managers,

f proposed a $54-billion national ." He asked more than $1 ment the world has ever Congress, and to trim another velocity. Johnson firmly recom- and other resources projects' sitate resorting to fiscal devices I"who now are plainly under-

I|}|I defense effort, which includes billion for a package attack on known." 1,400 from the Agriculture Department -' mitted the United States to put with an estimated total federal which "conflict with the economical paid for what is expected of

i j long with actual military ex- the roots of misery. Spurred by tax cuts, national whose budget wouldbe I an American on the moon in cost of $512 million. Over-all resource operation of the gov- them."

't penditures such costs as civil Johnson told the legislatorshe output this year will soar by sliced by $1.3 billion to a to- I this decade, despite rising dissent outlays in 1965 will to- ernment." Johnson assured congress

I defense, stockpiling and atomic was guided, in this first ma- nearly $40 billion to a surprising tal of $5.1 billion. in Congress against what tal $2.7 billion, Johnson said.A that the planned military and

.1' weapons procurement. jor economic task of his presi- record total of about $623 For new foreign aid funds ,some legislators call a costly strong appeal for federal A gradual paring-down of nuclear cutbacks imply no "re

11 i -_Other cuts would hit the Ag- dency, by the principle that "an billion, the President predicted, Johnson asked $3.4 billion-the,j moondoggle. aid to education at "the founda- the Defense Department's pay- laxing of our guard."

I!. City Officials Push I J rHO'-;--- ,.' '. . Disarm Confab r Florida

1)) Vote Registration _ _ _ .; __ _ Opens in Genevanewspaper Proposed Projects

1 Speaking teams of city officials i- rather than a lack of interestin .... GENEVA (AP) President Trud indicated the
\ ". j I WASHINGTON (AP) These
I are doing their best to the bond election. ', Johnson proposed to the Soviet Russians would renew their pro- -

I( promote interest in registration 4 ; : Union today a program freezing posals for a nonaggression pact appropriations 000 for totalling $31,887-
navigation and flood
j and! voting in the Feb. 11 bond -1 the production of nuclear between the Soviet bloc and the
More About control projects for Florida by
1 issue City Manager Bill GreenI delivery vehicles. i North Atlantic Alliance, estab- the Army Engineers
I said last night. lishment of nuclear-free zones proposed
e... Presenting his proposal in a today by President John-
I Chase ( 4. over the world, prevention of
commissioners special sent to the son for the next
He told city message resumption the of nucler : year starting
:: that speakers from his department .-, ; ,' t ,+ of the 17-nation disar- and reductions in weapons military July 1:

I and the City Plan Board From Page 1 mament conference here, John- budgets and military bases on I Construction: Apalachicola Ri-

have been talking to "any group 4... ..,' son asked the Russians to join foreign soil.American. ver $100,000; Canaveral Harbor -
I who r '' in a new to halt the I $3,900,000; Central and Southern -
with three or more people It was the second police car ; ' program
will listen about the bond is- wrecked in recent months while w nuclear arms race and to prevent disarmament nego- Florida $13,500,000; Cross !

I sue.) involved in chasing speedingcars. : a new world war. tiator William C. Foster was Florida Barge Canal $4,000,000;

Another police car collided The President's program, including publicly optimistic over prospects Intracoastal Waterway, Ca-
Yesterday Green and his assistant ; loosahatchee River to Anclote
a world treaty to out- for the talks-the Johnson
.f Bud Brockenbaugh, out- with a locomotive on S. I law the use or threat of forcein administration's first major en- River $700,000; Lake Worth inlet -
lined the 13 projects in the $6 Main Street last November .j f .
international disputes, was counter with the Russians at an $10,000; Miami harbor $1,
million capital improvements while chasing a speeding car. I \i(.', ready U.S. disarmament international conference. 076,000; Palm Beach harber;

program for members of the The chase last night began at WRECKED POLICE CAR tiator William C. Foster. nego- $1,300,000; Pensacola harbor I
10:35 The car finally 1- Foster director of the U.S.
Civitan was
Gainesville Club p.m. $300,000 Port
Besides the ;
stopped about 12:15: a.m. today. . overturned along 16th Avenue. See story on Page 1. on pro- Arms Control and Disarmament harbor $2,254,000 Tampa har-
duction ;
of nuclear
Arnold 1 Butt and John De- delivery vehicles
After the car was stopped, law Agency, believes three achieve- bor $150,000.
Grove, members of the plan officers had difficulty in deter- shutdown, Johnson proposed the ments last year helped to pro- Planning: Four River basins
of all reactors
another Civic Award NominationsWill pro-
board, spoke to group
last mining who was driving the car ducing nuclear materials for duce a climate in which prog- $200,000.

night. which led sheriff's deputies, weapons, and a system of observation ress should be possible. Surveys: Choctowhatchee Ri-

t Green worked with membersof highway patrolmen and city posts to prevent sur- These are the limited nuclear ver, Fla., and Ala., $20,000;

the Gainesville Friends of the police on a 90-mile an-hour Close Tomorrowed prise attack or accidental war. test-ban treaty, the Washing Crystal River $30,000; Econ-
week and helped chase. lockhatchee River $30,000 Es-
p Library; last Johnson also urged a special ton-Moscow "hot line" and the ;
I a voter reregistration to cambia River $27,000; Ever
arrange agreement the
f Believed to have been the prevent U.N. General Assembly resolution
campaign for the group. of nuclear glades National Park $137,000;
voters driver of the car is Otto Yates, Nominations close tomorrowfor and unselfish service to the city by the nominee, as outlinedin spread weapons to banning mass destruction Intracoastal St.
last Waterway,
Green said night I additional countries
19 1511 SE 25th Ave. Two The Sun's the and to ban weapons from space vehicles.A I
are still confused about the pass- Community during past year. a signed letter from an individual the Marks Tampa Bay $80-
I in the said he Service Award for 1963. It is The winner is to be selected underground tests 1
engers car was 000
for the or organization. The Jupiter $46,000
special reregistration unaffected by Moscow test ban high American source said ; :
I the driver. to be the citizen of Gainesville of
I given by an independent panel
Sun Martin $50,000 Miami
bond election. serves only as an agent to these agreements-on subjects County ;
I treaty.
i I However, when the car, carrying -I judged to have performed judges and selection will be receive the nominations. The conference resumed aftera which were debated by the Ge- Harbor $10,000; Mullet Key
; Freeholders must register to four .teen.agersand a 21.1 I the most outstanding based on the service perform- five-month neva conference-had brought"a $21,000; Pinellas County $21-

1 qualify to vote in1 the Feb. 11 year .old man, was stop- Alachua County Sheriff J. M, An article in recess. change in the relationship 000; St. Johns County $15,000;
ped, Bruce Miller 21 Crevasse Jr. is one of the nom- the Soviet labor
election.. was ar More About between the two sides which is Waccasassa River $30,000.
If freeholder voter fails rested. inees named to date. The nominating -
a ,
1 propitious of further Operation and maintenance:
c ti) reregister by Friday at the Police said Kathy Roland, of letter states, in part: I progress. $3,847,000.
office 126Vi NW 7th Ter. and 2 Teeners
courthouse registration Buddy Foster "In 1963, the sheriff took
he will have to show proof of Hull, no address listed, were what he justly considers one of TEMPSn'

i property ownership and voting passengers in the car and his most important steps by Admit String I qualifications before he will be said that Yates was the driverof
1 a Juvenile Divi-
I allowed to vote, according to the car. From Page sion for the investigation of Of Tides
the city attorney and Registration The chase started when Ala BllrglariesTwo FRANCES PETERSMrs.

Supervisor Mrs. Alma chua County deputy sheriff i because we brought 'those' chil- successful with foster children,! any dren.complaint Court action concerning chil- Sunset today _.__ :5:57 Frances Slay Peters, 79,
against :
Bethea. Johnny L. Yarbrough was driving dren into the neighborhood." says the only times that are un- child is a 16-year-old boys charged Sunrise tomorrow ....._....._ 7:24 Gainesville resident since 1922,
if there
never pursued Moonset tomorrow....... 12:47
Green said last night less north on U. S. 441 and a car happy for her are the times is a possibility the ,with burglarizing Wilson's DeI First Quarter tomorrow 12:29 a.m.a.m. died Monday afternoon at Ala-
"In call the
one woman even young per-
I than 2,000 freeholders have registered whizzed past him at a high rate when she must give up each be made to I partment Store over the week The planet. Mercury, might be seen chua General Hospital after an
son can the
said she knew we had kept one see )ow la the southeast in the morning
t predicting the final to- !of speed. Yarbrough, who was of the foster children locked in child for a permanent home. error of his or her ways. Con-!end have admitted 13 burglar- twilight this week. Mercury U extended illness. She resided at

tal by Friday would fall short !off duty and driving his own her room for two weeks, yet (Next: What's a foster child sequently, many young men I lies and two attempted break- the now Earth.about 85 million miles from 1315 NW 4th Lane.
of car, chase U. S. 441. like?) ins, within the past two months, TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH
the goal. on
; 5,000 II gave that child hadn't missed a dayof and women are being returnedto L Prep Services will be held Wednesday -
attributed the small num- When the (police said. __._....._
He speeding car approached Jacksonville 72 53 .03 at 3 the
society the detri-
school while she was sup I The boys arrested Miami _....._..............._ S3 56 I p.m.
ber of registration to confusion Jerry's Drive-In Res- posed to be locked up." Bovs' Club GetsNew ment of a police record." were Tampa ......___..__ 67 50 1.02 Johnson Funeral Home Chapel.
ab ut the special registration 'taurant, it turned into the park- about 8:30 p.m. Sunday in a Atlanta ......._____ 53 28 The
Rev. Dr. U. S. Gordon,
New ....._.__ C7 38 I pastor -
ing lot as if it were going to To the casual visitor, the B. This is part of his program, (wooded area on the west side Boston Orleans......__.._._._ 44 33 1.58 of the First Prebyterian
[ home is the as nor- Instructor said the writer, to accomplish iof a church in the 600 block of New York _.._._ 43 41 1.03 I
any _....._ Church will officate.
i. stop.But Washington 44 41 .30 I ,
From Page 1 instead of stopping, it mal, happy home. If this visitor several projects for the youth iE. University Avenue by a city Oucaio ...-....._..._ 47 31
Place of burial will be the Evergreen
doubled back on U. S. 441 and Ben Weaver, a senior major and the underprivileged of the(detective and patrolman who Kansas City _.....-.._ 57 44
however he
I stays very long Denver __....._._ 65 28 Cemetery.
headed south at more than 90 begin to notice a few small}) I in physics at the University of county. j were staked out to wait for the Ft. Worth ..__._ 69 44Los
may i Angeles ............._ 47 29 Surviving are a granddaughter -
I VF !miles per hour. Yarbrough continued differences.He I Florida, has been employed as Others, said the writer, included -boys, to pick up two suitcases Seattle _.._.___.-. 42 32 .37 Mrs. Frances Peters Kan-
full of stolen clothes. CEDAR KEY TIDES .
to follow, but could not instructor in the Gainesville
I the expansion of his I Wednesday-Hijh at 7:23 a.m. and zler, and Mrs. Mary Love Peters -
catch it. may notice 7yearoldtwins Boys' Club woodshop. I Junior Deputy Sheriffs' Lea-I During questioning by police 7:19 p.m. Low at 1:19 a.m. and 12-
The car turned left on to that smile all the time. 'the boys admitted the follow- 59 p.m. I daughter in-law, both of
I the of the FORECAST
More About gue; sponsorship MARINE
Highway 331 and headed in the I He may notice the words "mother" Weaver has been a resident of I Junior and the Gain-ting burglaries and attempted EAST GULF: Variable winds 5:I I Gainesville.Born
Gainesville for several Deputies to 15 knots and clear o partly in Georgetown, Miss.,
direction of S. Main Street. I and "father" used over years I breakins:
I esville Club of the Quar- cloudy weather through Wednesday.
the needs for off-campus instruction Yarbrough continued to .follow and over again.He and is a cellist in the University' ter Horse Roping Show, by which the I I Breaking and entering the she married the late Joseph Peters -

I and prevent duplication ! until he saw a red, blink Symphony Orchestra. He alsois I Southern Bakeries, 1421 NW 2nd who organized the Joe Peters -
Sheriffs Ranch benefits AboutReligion
of existing facilities and ing light in his rear view mir-, may notice a foster mother interested in electronics.His Boys ; I St., Dec. 21.Breaking More Glass Company, which is

1 impariment of on-campus pro-, row and was pulled over has only to ask a little boy to appointment was an- Gainesville the sheriff's leadership Club and of the efforts -i i and entering Stephen now known as Shea's Glass

grams and servces. by Florida Highway Trooper F. carry a wash cloth for her to nounced by Charlie Dobbs, club to establish Boys' branch in I Foster School., NW 6th Company.Mr. .
r The universities were handed C. Sowell. make him happy.He program director. Lincoln Estates. a : Street and 39th Avenue, Dec. 31. and Mrs. Peters met in

p authority for deciding whichof When Trooper Sowell saw i i Breaking and entering Sidney France during World War I, ,

their programs would be of- who he had stopped, both Dep- may notice an insistent Weaver will conduct a pro- Also, noted the writer, Sheriff -Lanier School, Jan. 2. when he was an Army captainand

; fered through FICUS and, conversely -! uty Yarbrough and he got into little girl constantly going to gram for boys' club members Crevasse should be considered Attempting to break in Stephen From Page I she was serving in the
her foster father for a hug.
were prevented from the highway patrol car and con- He notice an older, Monday through Friday from because of his establishmentof Foster School, Jan. 7. Army Nurses Corps.

offering off-campus programs tinued to search for the speed who may treats dropping a 3:30: 5:30: p.m. and Saturdaysfrom the Sheriff's Reserve, a Breaking and entering the occupation with "mass" audiences. Pallbearers will be Bobby "

except through FICUS.An ing car. While Yarbrough was tray girl of silverware as a calamity. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "model for the state," and a I Thrift Shop, 12 SW 2nd St., Jan. Shipman, D. N. Simons, P. S.
act of the 1963 legislature stopped the tar had turned water rescue which includes a 11. Prevatt, P. G. Congleton, L. C.
I authorized the Board of Con- north on S. Main Street and group of skin-divers, and oth-,! Breaking and entering the "Men are mere numbers on I Nicholson, and Don McClellan.

trol to establish a branch of then turned into Kirkwood. He may notice a little girl Gray; LadyProgram I Helzel Co., 802 SE 4th St., Dec. ,tards in labor unions and eel-'
the University of Florida Engineering ers.And 12. lege students are now gradua-j Talks Slated
because her
Gainesville noti- who is disappointed
police were '
said the writer
in the East "though:: ted 'by the acre' with so.,
College -
fied and shortly after midnight foster father forgot to give her Sheriff Crevasse has not beena Attempting to break in the "
I much handshake.
Florida to meet : as a j
Cdhtral area the car was stopped by the city his daily "fun spanking." member of any racial committee Junior Welfare Thrift Shop, 12 LONDON (AP-Polish) Deputy -

tiie needs of missile*'engineers policeman. Mrs. B., who has been very he and his two colored I SW 2nd St., Jan. 12. Dr. Frye was introduced by Premier Piotr Jaroszewicz

and technicians for graduate I I Is Planned deputies have worked quietly! Breaking and entering the 'resident J. Wayne Reitz. started a week-long visit to

.I', study. Economist and effectively through the I: Gainesville Concrete Co., Classes were suspended during Britain Monday in talks with
The closed-circuit television! More About colored schools and churches SE 8th Ter., Jan. 12. he convocation but the Florida Foreign Secretary Richard A.

plan for making top professors To Defend A new American Red Cross to bring about a better under I, Breaking and entering the Gym was only partially filled. Butler and Trade and Industry

; Available to several areas sim- Gray Lady orientation programwill standing of the racial problem." I Home Lumber Co., NW 6th In a talk last night, Dr. Nath- Minister Edward Heath.Gainesville .

ultaneously was evolved by Dr. Income TaxA JaxFrom be held next week at Sun- Street and 23rd Boulevard, Jan. "'an Scott, University of Chicago I!

Thomas Martin, new dean of land Training Center. In law enforcement, the 12. I theologian and professor of lit-! Sun

the University of Florida Engi- scientific defense of the The program will be conducted writer listed the sheriff's cam-', Breaking and entering the. erature charged modern American -!

neering College. progressive income tax is the Page 1 for new members of the, paign against moonshining, the I;Bill Sanford Agency, 706 NW' novelists with retreating'1I Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except mornings

subject of an address by a not- local Gray Lady unit being recruited apprehension of the Lovers'Lane 23rd Boulevard, Jan. 17. I I into themselves for want of i iI by the Gainesville Pub.
Cuba Getting ed political economist at the for volunteer work at rapist-robbers, the investigation Breaking and catering the I I Christian faith. lishing Company at 101 SE
although both of them I
years of the home 2nd Place. Gainesville, Florida,
University of Florida Thursday.Dr. Sunland. repair Maxwell House Coffee Co.. 706
Canada Cattle James Buchanan, chairman were married. I Classes will be held Jan. 27 I racket, the drive against obscene -'NW 23rd Boulevard, Jan. 17. "This querulous retreat into and matter entered at the as Post second Office class at 'I

of economics at the University !- John Luckie, her 60-year-old and 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Sunland. literature and the pressing -! Breaking and entering Bob's the self accounts for the fact; Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .

wi 1A.'n, Fla. (AP) Cuba iseing of Virginia, is scheduled husband, collapsed at the hear' They will be conducted by Mrs. for an adequate transient Cleaners, 2304 NW 6th St., Jan. that so few been memorable turned' characters out by'-' RATES BY

13,000 Holstein bulls to speak at 3:40: p.m. in ing and was hospitalized sever- Ralph Court, American Red :peddler law here. :17. have CARRIER OR MAIL
I American writers in the last i
ftwn Canada to improve its cat- Room 18 of Matherly Hall. His al days. Cross field consultant from At To qualify for the Community Breaking and entering the said. 1 Week .45
CE/ Havana radio reports. talk is sponsored by the Col- Dr. Ingram testified that he lanta. i Service Award, service to Photo Reproduction Co., 714 NW two decades, I 3 Me. $5.85

-ftaj. Armando Acosta. gener- lege of Business Administra- didn't think Mrs. Luckie was Mrs. Frances Keyes, recruiting I the community may have been 23rd Boulevard, Jan. 17. 1 Tonight's main Religion-in-' All mail subscriptions must .:
:secretary of the United Part'of tion.Author chairman for the Gainesville performed during 1963 or it Breaking and entering life speaker will be Dr. Carl be paid in advance. ,J
the Socialist Revolution, of several books in "sophisticated enough or Gray Lady unit, said volunteers -II may have been earlier and con Scurggs and Carmicahel, 3 SE Michalson, professor of systematic .
edgeable enough" to pretend in- Member of Audit Bureau of
announced in Santiago Monday the field of public finance and sanity.He are needed to work in tinued into the year. Nominations -lIst Ave., Jan. 19. theology at Drew Univer- Circulation.

tjy the bulls would begin arrfwng the national debt Dr. Buchan- Sunland recreation, homemaking should be addressed to: Breaking and entering Cox sity. .-
i in April. an's standing in the field is cur- said she believes she has office, and musical pro Furniture Co., 19 SE 1st Ave., All material contained ktrcla UUt
jhe broadcast, monitored rent president of the Southern had visits with Hodges since his grams. Communty Award Editor Jan. 18.Police. His talk "How to Know the I Publishing property Company of the GtiocirUla(e) IMJ. .

hrfe, did not say what financial Economic Association.The slaying, including one in her Volunteers may call FR 69711or The Gainesville Sun- --. said nothing taken Hidden God," will be heard U Reproduction strictly forbidden la whole wttiwt or U part to. ;

arrangements were made or meeting is open to the jail cell, and isn't certain that FR 6-7541 for further infor P.O.BoxSTGainesville fro "any-.oftee burglarieswas .7:30 p.m. at University Audi atij wrtttea permission of the ,ubU. eJ'.

bow the bulls would be shipped. the minister Is dead. mation. Fla. recoveredT"-.,. ....... ium..
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Ir I Tuesday, January 21-,_ 9.6.4 Gainesville Sun 3II
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II:i I Plumber Uses Most Modern Methocli )



i SEWER 376-8215

Modern equipment for cleaning TO HELP YOU.
Sink water and all
sewers. N ;dpmq
I.1 drains horn */)** to 8" lines. ) PEPPERPRINTING
ANNIS Emerson Annis, owner and manager of Annis Plumbing CO.
Co. at 1010 S. Main would like to thank all his Northcentral Florida's
PLUMBING CO. customers who have kept him in business since 1945. Leading Printer
4 Phone 372-3501 or 376-7081 1024 S. Main Street I
I i 1010 S. Main Street Gainesville, Florida
\ "Friendly, satisfied customers are the most impor- s aa I
: tant thing to any businessman, and I would like to I
RUSS'Si express my appreciation to all the Gainesville area people I'
whom I have had the chance to serve," Annis and FASTEST
Sheet Metal
.tl i ; said. , sgde,3p( ..vY V HAMBURGERS.CHEESEBURGERS.

I Inc. is ,
11 Annis is a businessman of the old school who has : MILK SHAKES.

I Contractors kept up with the times: He believes in rigorous hoursof a r t 4v FRENCH FRIES
business (and he keeps them!) and in doing his own

J For work personally. . It's
Heating & AirConditioningSheet
Metal Though an old timer; he has some of the most mod- 0 bxk CHANDLERSDRIVEIN".

{ 2520 N.E. 18th Terrace ern and up-to-date equipment in the business. He ser- , ab
f. Ph. FR 6-8282 vices homes with one machine, for example, which is
720 N.W. 13th St.
t.' just beginning to appear in the South; a machine
which can clear out supply line areas from 3/4 to 10
Over 40 Years Of inches in diameter. It comes in two versions a

;I Leadership model which looks much like an orange juice machineand Pa"a0

PyroFax one which resembles a golf cart with hoses at-
tached. The machine comes equipped with a device to
"Quality Controlled" leave a person's home as clean as it was before their !",. ." '. .}3 t x ,!' ro -p ,. 5p \ 0 !
GAS SERVICE plumbing trouble. .: . :t.
.e.;;!. "U-< ,y"K ,
CleanFast .. .,14.NU,. ... c gpv
Economicol >0......'-r 'u ._-- ---- --- -- BEAUTICIANCallCentral|

Phone 372-8458
Hair Styling College,
Emerson Annis, owner and manager of Annis Plumbing, ready for a call with one of the company's two 218 S.L First St.

-RVROFAX- -- - --OAS--CORf- I completely equipped service trucks. The old joke of a plumber forgetting his tools is no longer true, says FR 6-4105 "
I 802 W. Univ. Ave. Master Plumber Annis, because every possible tool and spare part are carried on this "workshop on wheels." CLOSED MONDAYS I II

BLACK and WHITE ,.. I' I
and COLOR! mb

PRINTS { 'M < in his particular needs, the ONLY 9 WEEKS TILL

t 2 FOR 1 :!e4 owner said.Another Qs P LET MARY SPRING.TURNER ,.

goal of Annis is to HELP YOU MAKE YOUR I

This Offer Applies to All .&i ?. do no digging up or tearing out sy ; SELECTION IN SILVER,
i Size Film Except 35 mm. of walls unless it is absolutely CHINA AND CRYSTAL

C & B CAMERA t YSULttlR7 .F necessary. "We try to leave rnifi1 MARY TURNER'S

homes as spotless as we found
10.21 W UniversityPh. 105 N.W. 13th St.
i 376-1258 b ifs jb them," the plumber said. P FR 2-8861

1 9 I 14 it '4 r In addition to service in the !

30% home, Annis is often called for For The LATEST

I trouble in sewer lines. Thoughhe 0- FJNEST in -

DiscountSale 7 1.t has equipment to clean Itpf HAIRSTYLINGCALL ,
sewer lines up to 500 ft. away
from the outlet he always 327-0030

recommends that the customercall Bj : 1:0a : FR 65997iJLwds or

Is Now On At e& the city if the trouble has S

LORD BRYON'S developed in the main line. : j

SUNDRIES & COSMETICS a'Y Roots of plants and trees are
1223 W. University SSW 4 7' K the most common cause of
Vi Block Off The Campus clogged up lines, Annis said.
3729 W. University' Ave.
3 m s ss .' ........- -"'"" --- .>. ,,- '-/ -. ,- Sinks are most often stopped up 311 N.W. 13th St.
I OF Carlton Annis, apprentice plumber and Mr. Annis' first assistant readying one
[of the modern machines for clearing clogged drains up to 200 feet from source of Annis also recalls fishing in a WE MAKERubber

CLASSICALMUSIC IN TOWN trouble. parts of plates, silverware and Stamps
false teeth from clogged lines.
Visit The e Office 1-DAY Supplies SERVICE Furnitureand

Lost jewelry is almost impossible - Equipment
I Top Tunes Annis also has sectional ca also always enclosed in a Guide of work from making estimateson to recover, he noted.If The front entrance of Annis Plumbing at 1010 CALL 376-1217
bles and tools which will clear House to protect floors, walls jobs to installing repairing, jewelry is dropped into a South Main Street. The shops, warehouse and storage Fast- Free Delivery

RECORD SHOP stoppage 10-200 ft. away from and fixtures. and remodeling.It sink, no more water should be area are all conveniently located at this one location. CENTRAL FLORIDA

an apparent source of trouble. run into the sink behind it. This OFFICE SUPPLYBill
V I 811 W. University Ave. The "free" end of this cable is This company does all types only makes the chance of recov- L Chesnut
J takes about as long to install an't1Js
i Ph. 372-2723 ery less. O B. Ogletree, Jr.
a fixture as it does to put I present location been the office. 1829 Hawthorne Road
It FREE CUSTOMER PARKING in its connecting lines, Annis Annis came to Gainesvillefrom at his Main St. office since
1948. With his better than 20
I said. Norfolk, Va. in 1944, start- yearsof
ed business from his home in experience, Annis can do any "GOOD VISION I ISLet
\9 He has two men working with job completely and he does it
The sells anything 1945. He moved to a spot just
.f. { 'i-.h' across the railroad from his him in the field and a secretary conscientiously.
from faucet washers to a com-
A t ax plete bathroom in addition to -A- Skill Protect your Our

aj its mechanical work. eye light for a lifetime of use

V i In helping someone decide .. BECKUM'S
wyI r'Jr .
t tr what thing to install in their < OPTICIANS

f kitchen or bath, we look for I Irr
,.. '0, 22 W. University A.,
both convenience and pleasure,
: .4Y Phone FR 6-3516
Annis said. For example, no one|i

I We f. wants to stand at a sink and] GAINESVILLE'SWurlilzer

3! Specialize wash dishes as she faces ai I

In blank wall. Thus, we try to install -

Convertible Tops sinks by windows. Piano Dealer and Organ
Tailor-Made Cover's :" ? \ EARL'SPIANO
And Interior's Annis said that the bath and I

I kitchen in a home are often the) ;-- / CO.EARL .

4 COOPERAUTO > most important selling featuresto H SKUCE. Your
TRIM the woman of a family. y Ny 702 W. University Authorized Ave.Dealer
.a t r Colonial Plaza
2031 N.W. 6th St. s rx PH. 372-2222
Annis noted that is
Ph. 376-4664 plumbing Plenty of FREE ParkingCLOSEOUT
not something which comes into)

{ WE and out of style ,like cars or'' 3t

SPECIALIZE kitchen appliances, but said it
In Building ON 1963 MODELS
is very hard to find basic bath
Materials c ZIG-ZAG
fixture, for example, along
Lumber- Hardware T. with old lines. He pointed to SEWING MACHINE

Plywood today's sunken bath tubs and I from 4950 up
Exterior and Interior
Blue Grass Tools .. .. colored sinks. I I i While'They Last!
"" '
HORNELumber Mrs. Inez Annis, wife of Owner Emerson Annis, is a book- i iI ; : ; Sewing Machine
keeper and office manager of the firm. Her's Is the soft voice Our aim is always to give an;I Owner Annis arranging stock and supplies in open for quick selection Service

Co heard on the other end of the wire when customers call 376-I individual the most for his,when needed. A tremendous stock of parts and supplies is carried on hand at aU 815 W. University .

.2303 N.W. 6th St. 7081 for Plumbing sen ice. I money and to aid the individual. times. Ph. 376-1075 ,

Ph. FR 6-4568 . ;
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906 S.W. 3rd St.
372-5372 .
Oleo Cheese V CHAIRS Delivery Within 50 Miles . .
CONTRACTING FrozenVegetables ; Contractors THE BEST COSTS LESS
Showroom. or call For PromptDelivery 1 MostEverything" CENTRAL' FLORIDA . .
Hi 2353 N.E. 18th 372-5351 625 N.W. 8th Ave. 625 W. University Ave.
PLUMBING. JNC. '"'r "" Terrace BEEF PATTIE SPECIALIST FR 6-2835 Ph. FR 6-6161 12 S.W. 1st St.-Gainesville

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4 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964&hIftWiliE .


I Sun THESOUTH Reforms in UN Needed I

2fom Dark l mtmt bilities of the free world can in his reply to Premier Khrushchev's than Khrushchev's "the prim I
JOHN B. HASKISOX. President an* dominate resolutions of the ,
By ARTHUR KROCK recent call for a ciple that 'the use of force for
Publishers PAT COWLES. Vice Frcil- General Assembly to commit
acct ED JOHNSON Vic President them. worldwide treaty banning the the solution of territoml dis- t
Esecntltt W. G. (Bill)
Florida's Beautiful md Editor use of force in territorial disputes putes is not in the interest of
EBERSOLE. Vice President end Ad- mission of Communist Chinato Furthermore the influenceof 1
Tertiilac Director BOB TARTAG- the General proposed that the any people or any country.' "
'University City' 1 By RALPHlcGILI... I the United Nations, whichis Assembly on
I Cireul- For
L10NE. Vie President of
Pulitzer Prize Wlnnlnr Publisher the likely consequence of the Security Council has in "peace-keeping processes of example, one Johnson's -
t'on Maalcer.I Of the AtUaU. (Ga.) Constitution guidelines
the impending recognition of creased with the influx of the United Nations and "all was that

the Peking government by these new members. They specifically its Se cur ity gimes governments shall and re- "
THE SUN'S POLICY France should at long last now are demanding amend- from the .
The GOPFaces Council should be more direct or indirect use of force ..:.
induce the United States to ments of the charter to in-
L ....It Ae _.. ....rtlAJl tm tk. news ........ fully used and strengthened." to change..or enlarge the ;-
I S. ExprM lbs .,!.!... .! the 8M fa- but -l7 toeletrlr i.s e/ltetW/ the Sp lBtM >*.*. Mk tt ....WM... condition its hitherto un- crease representation on .
UkeUd 'EdltorUr. limited support of the U.N. on the council and also the vari- This prospect will certainlynot territory under its control...
I. P.bilah &II sides et I..rtaal ee.tretsrsi4 helve. ADilemma by overthrowing
reforms in that organization.The ous U.N. agencies of a be advanced by the ad- or displacing -'

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 need for these has group most of whose members mission of one of the most established authorities." .
But when
1 President Sukarno.o.
grown more and more appar- pay the minimum assess- powerful and constant viola -
I II Want Ads! -376-4672 ent with the rise of the newly ments of .04 or .05 per centas tor s of these processes and of Indonesia both threatened .-.,;.

I independent African and As- contrasted with the 32.32 Communist China, an aggres- employed force to replace
with his .7:
Washington Notes: Senator ian peoples to the point per cent paid by the United sive police state to which 700 own the administration -

::1 Equal Time FarceIt Barry Goldwater can do the where nations which repre- States (with frequent bene- million people are bound. the of Netherlands West New Guinea the United by.'.:.

sent a small fraction of the volent additions). Therefore since most observers -
Republican party a favor by military and financial PRESIDENT JOHNSON of the U.N. believe States: :;
is rather silly for an occupa- viously not typical. capa- -Took
winning a primary or so from that the admission will be a charge and largely =
tional group to seek equal time on applied the pressures to .-
GOP certain event of
Nelson Rockefeller. The the autumnof
i television to reply to a dramatic skit This fictional character bribed a the assure the triumph of Sukarno's -
1964 United
could then proceed reluctantly -
, in which a fictional member of their hospital attendant to phone him By Interlandi be confronted with an inesa- military blackmail. __
FII and somewhat sadly to -Closed
occupation is cast as a villain. If this whenever a patient died or was near pable choice between the fur- to the Netherlands :;:

l" became the rule, all drama except death, and let him know the name abandon one of figures their party'sstatesmanlike to the ther deterioration of the U.N. the to channels its embattled of military forces supply in

science fiction would be ruled off the and address of the next of kin. Thenhe business of nominating Governor and setting out new and un- the territory.
compromisable terms for its
t waves, and the "mad scientist" and would call on the next of kin, offer William Scranton of Penn- reform.If -Supported the refusal of

other contemporary earthlings would his services, and try to talk the be- sylvania. Secretary General Thant of

' be ruled out of science fiction. :Most reaved into the most costly servicethe Senator Goldwater has mov- >loSAttTO this second course is implied the U.N. to ask Sukarno to

|i I plays have villains and most dramatic traffic would bear. ed from the comfortable business >tusst I in the President's letterto join the Dutch in a cease-fire,
| the Soviet from
of being a member of premier then request him would be
l characters have some sort of the on the hollow
preparatory stage of the ground that the
the Senate club to the tough,
|f group identification.The and sometimes cruel pursuitof election of Communist Chinato "un-neutral" because Sukarno -

Los Angeles funeral directors are a presidential nomination.The membership, instead of hadn't joined in making it.

complaint to the Federal Communications sensitive just now because of the Senator was launched on being the opening of a door to
calamity, can the THE LIST is of United
provide long
I Commission by the Los spate of books and articles on the a recent "Meet the Press"program.
United States with another States action or inaction,
There he into
Angeles County Funeral Directors high cost of the "American Way of ran
, questions that his winning and opportunity to attain what sometimes in the company of
I Association made another mistake. Death." The cost reaches a peak in ready smile couldn't answer. Johnson has proposed. This the U.S.S.R., in the U.N. by

j The petition took the villain of the the Los Angeles area but costs are Even his most loyal parti- government has had= several which the fracture of John-

Oct. 31 "Dr. Kildare" show as por- high generally.But sans admitted the programwas such opportunities before. son's guidelines by the newly
But because of wavering resolve independent nations was con-
The Senator
traying funeral directors in generalas a flop. ex-
and the fixed obsessionthat summated. Yet a comparisonof
he had
"ruthless, cunning, greedy, cut- it is poor tactics to demand a plained taken it by saying walk t the way to win the cold these international precepts

throat, fraudulent, vulturous deceit- reply to a piece of fiction and to insist ind that a pre his heel- program from whicha war was to go along with the with the U.N. charter discloses -

ful, overbearing hucksters of grief." on making the whole occupationthe calcium spur had been surgically increasingly irrespons i b 1 e that every one of them

The show had only one funeral director target for one imaginary rifle r e m o v ed, gave him General Assembly, it has was set forth in that documentin
No could this. not ventured to grasp any of 1945. There is nothing new
obviously a baddie, and ob- shot. pain. one argue
But to those who looked on, them. in them.

it seemed that the real pain What they have lacked is

i Goldwater Under the :Microscope' came from the questions.PROCEEDING .1JJ TO THE CONTRARY the practice. And the lack will increase -
"' ttS PKtus ires United States has accepted or with the admission of

abetted departures by theU.N. an outstanding nonpractitioner -
on to New
Senator Barry Goldwater's formal he would abolish them. If he talks "Those Birchers if
Hampshire the Senator condemned they'd object from the "guidelines"which unless this government
declaration of his candidacy for the about discarding the test ban treaty, among other things, we sold cigarettes to Russia!" the President wrote to supplies the checks that are

nomination he must have some answers for ques- the U.S. missiles. He has beenin the premier, "implement"more within its proper and essent-

Republican presidential tions about other means for preventing the Senate a long time, MemoFrom broadly and stronglyGOLDWATER'S ial exercise.

, has touched off a lot of discussion dangerous fall-out from nuclear and if he really knew about Washington

about the meaning of some of his atmospheric testing.He any missile flaw, most of the COLUMN: '

past and current statements and voters think it was his dutyto the Cowles Washington Bureau
have said so long ago and
their possible effect on the party and has said that if he were presi-
not to have waited until LAY THAT PISTOL DOWN: It wasn't included in the offircial Need to Act
his own political fortunes. dent he would use this country's re- things were not too well in
reports of the incident but one thing that President
I sources to equip, train and transport New Hampshire to toss the Johnson said to Panama's President Roberto Chiari during

Richard Wilson, chief of the Cuban refugees for an armed attemptto criticism i into a campaign their telephone talk was: "Sure, I'll discuss things with you,

Cowles Washington bureau, analyzed overthrow Castro. He now faces of It ,was and a Secretary cheap bit of but I won't discuss with" a pistol at my head while you're On CubaBy i I I

, Goldwater's statement on possible the obligation of telling the voters Defense McNamara promptlyand shooting at my soldiers.. *

I withdrawal from the treaty banning how far he proposes to carry sucha emphatically denouncedit -- r
POOL REPORT: Politicians and businessmen visiting the
atomic tests in the atmosphere with project in the event that Russia as false and irresponsible.
President are as likely as not to find themselves unexpectedly BARRY GOLDWATER lence" in the Western Hemis-
respect to the policy problems it decides to defend Castro and what Senator G a I d water is a swimming with him, nude, in the 50-foot White House pool. We have had ex-
raises for the Republican Party. commitments he would make to guar- charming man. He is an affable Water temperature is 92 degrees. Two walls are covered Republicans in and out of amples of how dangerous the
for months have
fellow who has never hada with a mural of Christianstad V.I. The President wears his Congress
antee its success. been of the ultimate poisoning of Latin America
Walter Lippmann, Washington col- tough give-and-take politi- glasses and talks steadily while swimming, using a dog warning of phere is "one of our overrid-
cal experience. "The trouble paddle stroke. A hi fi contraption in the locker room delivers consequences permittingthe "
issues with
umnist, emphasized the deep and There times when the voters existence of a powerful ing Castro.
pay with Barry, said a fellow soft dance music. There are two locker rooms. All the

broad chasm between Goldwater's little attention to statements and Westerner and GOP senator, coat hangers are unmarked, except one that says "Hotel Soviet military base in Cuba. BUT THIS has not been a

position on foreign and domestic affairs promises of candidates for public of- "is just this when you Lincoln, Indianapolis." They have repeated time secret. It has been apparentfor
and again that the subversionand
and the position of Republicanswho fice, regarding them as so much see that smile you should understand violence which Castro is many months. We have
that there is not too LIVING CONDITIONS: President Johnson's one big com-
subscribe generally to the viewsof that need not be seen it in many countries, and
campaign oratory much of it behind the teeth. plaint about the White House-"It's lonely. You don't get now able to export would seri-

Dwight D. Eisenhower. taken very seriously. Often enough Barry is an attractive personality to see anybody." He corrects the situation by summoningsome o u sly damage strategic we it. have been able to identify

there has been so little relation be- but he is politically of his old intimates from Congress, and their wives for United States interests in
The big question is: What
These discussions indicate the new tween campaign oratory and actual superficial. If you will inter- informal evening gab fests. Another corrective measure: the Western Hemisphere.with are we doing about it ,
confront the Ari- view fellow members of the Jack Valenti, the Texas public relations man who is thePresident's Communist ideology and now
kind of tests that performance that this casualness and what do we intend doing
Senate committees on whichhe closest associate and advisor, has moved into the Communist tactics can be.
that his announced seemed about it in the future?
zona senator now justified.
has served you will better White House, now lives on the third floor. But perhaps the most striking
candidacy makes his every utterancea I understand that conclusion." example is the current troublein partment On this score and the, the administration State De-

form of pledge to the voters of Nevertheless, the power and influence KEEP IT IN MIND: President Johnson has a fund of the Panama Canal Zone. are short of -

what he would or would not do if he that can be exercised by a S E N A T OR Goldwater's stories about the late Speaker Sam Rayburn, including one We seem very to be
date has that he tells to illustrate how he feels about following a
campaign to con- being president. NOW FOR A CHANGE
should become president of the Unit- president is so great today that ser- nothing policy in the hope that
sisted largely of contradicting When news of Franklin D. Roosevelt's death reached Con- en the officials of our State
ed States. ious-minded citizens will expect a some day, in some mysterious
Senator Goldwater. This gress Harry S. Truman was sitting'in Rayburn's office. Said Department seem to get the
candidate to demonstrate that he is has not been lost on the Re- Rayburn: "Well Harry-and this is the last time I can call picture. For it was Secretaryof manner Castro ,and the his whole problem of

Henceforth, Senator Goldwater :capable= of meeting the tests of responsibility publicans who consider them- you Harry, because from now on it is 'Mr. President'you're State Dean Rusk not a the Western terrorizing of
selves genuine conservativesin going to move into the White House and there'll be a Hemisphere will
must be prepared to offer specific alternatives both in office and as a conservative Republican take care of itself.I .
the true meaning of that lot of smart fellows around there telling you you're the
who stated Jan. 12 that
for income taxes if he candidate for it. that
says suggest will have
abused word. smartest earth. And if don't watch out we
much Once the guy on you you'll get Castr o- Communist agents
Senator from Arizona got in- to believe them. And just between you and me, Harry, you "have taken a direct hand"in many more trouble spots just
like the
to the preliminaries of the know it ain't true." one in Panama as
the Panamaniancrisis.
bloody long as we go on ignoring the

Voice of the campaign a prudent he ceased conservativeman. to appearas AND FINALLY: One last White House story, this one source of the poison. Castro
People Rusk said the Panamanianhigh and his
He gave too many signs from Adlai Stevenson, commenting on the problem of main- govern-
shallow in the area of for- taining relations with Congress. President Theodore Roose- school students who ment are like a gigantic can-

eign policy, and of not wish velt, who had similar problems, was talking to a friend who started the demonstrationswere cer infecting everything they

_ _ On The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions ing to come to grips with was about to go to Africa to hunt big game. He asked the not Communist-led. touch throughout Latin America
But he added that the sudden .
the major issues. friend to "bring me back a live lion, so I can turn him loosein

and comments of Sun readers are welcome .in the Vic .f Hit People column. Letters the Senate. "Aren't you afraid he might make a mis- appearance of Molotov cock-
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot GOP professionals know take?" the friend asked. "Not if he stayed there long enough," tails (incendiary gasoline IT STRIKES ME that we
exceed 500 words and must be written on only I one side e-f the paper. Poetry cannot bt used. The that Governor Nelson Rocke- replied T. R. bombs) and snipers showed could be doing a great deal
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without chanjina the writer's meaning or that Cuban Red agents were more than we are about the
feller is the best nominee
intent. out to make the most of the Cuban situation. Certainly the
they could have to appeal to I
Can Separate a few-claim one can. Such politically and economically, Eastern voters, but for some disorder. matter demands the use of
states say "the church shouldbe or only at certain hours or on the Rockefeller di- Rusk also said that agentsof every economic sanction and
Faith, Politics? the church," preaching given occasions. A Christiancan vorce became a political han- F2ktP\ R.cnr. Fidel Castro have "been every diplomatic and psychological ..

spiritual matters, and should not live a "Dr. Jekyll and dicap out of all reason. The di- moving in and out of other pressure available to .

EDITOR Sun: I have read leave to others (the govern Mr. Hyde" existence.The vorce was mutually agreed to 0 o l< 4))!I Sor., ld& countries" in the Caribbeanarea. us. And I believe this should

with interest the letters about ment) all questions of a poli- letters from the mini- after years of incompatibility.If He added that the promotion include blockade much like r....
Wayne Poucher's appearancehere tical or economic nature. sters served one function Governor Rockefellerdoes of "terrorism and via the one which was levied in ..

that of Dr. Ehrenfeld Can Mr. Poucher separate they made public the spon- not do well in the pri- October 1962, by the late President ::

in which it was at least im- views he expresses at 6:30: sorship of Mr. Poucher. I had maries, then the Republicans POTOMAC FEVERBy John F. Kennedy. --:

plied that Mr. Poucher's poli- over radio, for pay, from been unable to glean this information almost certainly will turn to Sooner or later, I am convinced -

tical and economic views views he expresses at 7:30 in from the news releases Governor William Scranton.The Fletcher Knebel, Cowles Washington Bureau we must erase the
were offensive (I concur); the Gainesville High School and the advertise- Pennsylvanian has madea Communist base 90 miles off

that by Mrs. Waters in whichit auditorium, probably also for ments. Since Mr. Poucher's fine record in that office, The Post Office drops hours and minutes from the postmark on letters. our southern coast. Otherwisethe

was said that she was pay? Can Mr. Poucher stir up long-time radio sponsor was and, given a shrewdly chosen ..That's big government for you. Won't even give you the time of day. subversion and violence

"strengthened by these meet hatred for Russia before the very far to the right and since running mate, he will make a -- bred in and exported from this

ings" and that "there are no Jaycees and preach on loving the political and economic real contest of the campaign. There's some comfort for Secretary of State Rusk. With trouble in the Ca- Soviet bastion will threaten

political views being discussed one's enemies at the Gaines- views expressed by Mr. Governor Scranton can, and nal Zone and Zanzibar, at least he's worked his way down to the end of the al every government in the j

by Mr. Poucher' and ville High School? Poucher are usually rightistin will do this by bringing the phabet. western Hemisphere. Castro'stalk

the plethora of letters by mini- James strongly supportedthe character, I had supposedhe issues up to a national level -- about easing tensions

sters, only one of whom disclaims inseparable relationship was being sponsored by the and lifting the campaign out Photographs of LBJ and Barry Goldwater on horseback have Americans wor-.. must be listened to against the

sponsorship of Mr. between faith and works. John Birch Society, the Gold- of the "Hello, kids" status ried. Imagine putting everything we have on a horse. constant background noise of

Poucher and necessary concurrence Jesus said, "I am the way, water for President Club, or set by Senator Goldwater. -- violence which he is inciting

in his political and the truth, and the life: No man the Freedom Under God Com- Governor Scranton can discuss New conversational gambit for far Righters and far Leftists: "Let me tell throughout Latin America. .

economic views. cometh unto the Father but mittee who in recent months controversy without an- you about my, aberration." As we proved when we did ;J i

Some questions arise. Can by me." Again, he said, "If have sponsored several extreme gry querulousness. -- blockade Cuba, all too briefly

one separate his political and ye love me, keep my com- rightist speakers here.It There are tremendous 1st Campaign Aide: "At least nobody can accuse our man of trying to fool in 1962, there is little likelihood -

economic views from his re- mandments." is at least interesting to things to be done and vital all of the people all of the time." 2nd Aide: "You kidding He'll be lucky if he.. that firm action will find

ligious views? How can one There is no plan here not know who sponsored the questions to be resolved, but can fool 51 per cent of them just once." the Soviets able or willing to

become so completely depart- even a loophole for one to "Campaign for Christ" in the Republicans will, one may -- take any significant retalia-
mentalized? I know some totalitarian travel "the way," live "the Gainesville by a politicaland assume, act as fast as they Investigators reveal Bobby Baker was in a real estate deal with Florida's tory actions. We risk our security !

states Russia, Cu- life," or keep "my command- economic "analyst." can to resolve their dilemmaand Senator Smathers. It was always predicted the probe would have only a smath- by weakness in this

ba, East Germany, to name ments" spiritually but not NAME WITHHELD pick their candidate. ering of Senate politic area, not by firmness. ,

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4 GaInesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964

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CONSCIENCEOF ? I Presid-nt, -Lottie Taylor: Secretary ...
I COLORED NEWS -Eleanor! 0cns; Assist-

<&afnrsuil12 Sun ant SecreraryBettye S rawder -

11 11 i B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor SergeantsAtArmNaomi; Treasurer, -Harry:) Lundy McCarthy -,

11 'CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS! And there in a light we cannot D. Joiner, pastor, recently was ; Afred Robe-re, Re-
THE Mt. Pleasant Methodist see, Our Father claims his successful both spiritually and porters Barbara Sheppardand

3o L Az1I3OS. PresNeat sM There will be mid-week Prayer own; Beyond the gate our financially.Mrs. Mare Jones, and Business -
Pmkltohcn PAT COWLZS. Yl*. PrMSo Service today, 7:30 p.m. The loved ones, finds happiness and A. Thomas presented a Manager Mary Mob-

I 4 ; dealt tad ZxtemUT ED JOHNSOK.Editor Tie W. G.Preildeat(Btn) SOUTHBy Women's Society of Christian rest and there is comfort in I very interesting program during -I ley. Active members are Mar

I 1't rlda's Beautiful EBERSOLE. VI.. President a nd AvertlilBf *- Service will meet on Wednes- the thought that a living God the Baptist Young People's ie Jones, Mary Mobley, Barbara -
.;:, DlreeUn BOB TARTAG- day, 7:30: p.m. Mrs. K. D. knows best. We pray that your I Training Union. Mrs. Alice I Sheppard, Naomi McGarthy
University City' LIONE. Tie Present sad CIrftI Childs, president. The pastor soul shall rest eternally.Mrs. Thomas, reporter. and Lottie Taylor.

ties MiBifer. Pnlitier RALPH Prize Winning McGILL FnbUihcr would like to meet with all Jeanette Dickerson, wife I The Student Council is in distress.
Of the Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution men of the church on Wednesday and family.MEETING JALACHUA NEWS Students. please finish

f. 7:30: p.m. in the dining HORNET'S BUZZ buying the yearbooks from

: THE SUN'S POLICY room. This is a very important PLANNEDThe By MARIE JONES I last )'(!.r. Price: $2. Only 118 ...
A Ticket m ee tIn i g of reorganizing the Petite Madamosille Club I and MARY MOBLEYThe ,copies kit.Basketball.
;\ 1. Iep.t ths .... .. ta .. .... ... .
I I. Ezp.s. ... .,...... ., Ibe a. .._ M& eeI7 M-_1M ii4i.. .S d1SS Methodist Men's Club. Choir will have its regular meeting at faculty and student body schedule (Home
.,.' L PAlMk I.arty Ieb.Ie& 'Z"Mrl&r.., . )d1S We --- No. 2 will have its rehearsalon the home of Mrs. Susie Woods,, the leaving of Emitt Games): Fesseden-Martin, Jan.
r sA sides 1p.e4t ............. ..... regret
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Edell 1606 SE 14th Ave., today at 8:30: I Sheppard. A mathematics teacher 24; Richardson Lake City -
The Sun's telephones: All Deportment-372-8441 To ExciteThe Turner, president; Richard p.m. Mrs. Deloris Phillips, re who left for another job, Jan. 27; and Dunbar Green ::

I (IParker, organist. The Boardof porter. yet, we welcome Walter Williams Cove Springs, Feb 10. .::
I Want Ads 376-4672 Education and
\\1' School who will succeed Mr. Shep-

I VoteWashington Staff will meet on Friday, 7:30 SPECIAL NOTICE pard. Mr. Williams is a graduate JACOB C. DAY -
p.m. in the Second Unit of the The Progressive Beauticians',I of Florida A&M University Final rites for Jacob C. Dayof :

church. V. L. Trapp, chairman; Guild presents its annual char- majoring in mathematics Alachua. who died Jan. 16 at ..

I IIJi Shameful Delay in Opening Schools Notes: Presi- Church Emanuel school superintendent. ity ball and hair style show at;>with a minor in sC (:nC'e. Mr. Alachua General Hospital following .::.

dent Johnson, who will, as theparty's will be Baptist There the University Inn on Jan. 25 Williams rays: "Now that I'I a lingering illness will .-

,j Since 1959 there have been no pub- ing in one county while public schools nominee, have the final 7:30 p.m.prayer; and Choir meeting No. today 1 will, at 8 p.m. ,am in your community, it is be conducted Wednesday at 1
Elj For further informationyou my utmost desire to teach the, p.m. from the Mt. Carmel M.E.
word in
_ lic schools in a whole U. S. county elsewhere in the state remained open selecting his run- have its rehearsal Thursday,
ning mate is may contact the following -curriculum! in your school and Church with the Rev. M. J.
wisely encour
44! rural Prince Edward County in Vir- -but it was overruled by the Circuit aging speculation. Perhaps he 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, : Vell's Beauty Shop, goals of your community I Johnson officiating. Intermentwill

'ti ginia. Brief trials of public school Court's order that federal action already has his mind made pastor reporter.; Mrs. M. E. Middleton, FR 2-4756; Clara's Beauty Shop, The A. L. Mebane Chapterof I follow in the Damascus Ce-

I closing as a device to fight court desegregation should be withheld until the state up. But is is more likely he Church of God in Christ FR 6-6338 or Princess' Beauty the National Honor Society I metery.
Shop, FR 2-4005. Mrs. Clara elected the officers Hughes & Chestnut Funeral -
following :
has not. It is bit I
a early.
t orders convinced other Supreme Court had acted. Since Dec. Meanwhile realistic Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- Griffin, reporter.PERSONALS PresidentAnnette Hill; ViceGOLDWATER'S Home in charge.I .
4> Virginia communities and Little 2 the vexed case has been back in appraisal ing worship, 12 noon; YoungPeople's I .

) Rock, Ark., that such resistance was the federal courts again. names among underscores the several two 7 p.m.Willing; and Workers'meeting evening I I

;J foolish. But Prince Edward Countyhas mentioned. To win, the Demo- worship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, of St. COLUSEN

clung to it year after year -with This week the Supreme Court of crats must be able to get outa pastor.Mt. Petersburg, were visiting with

makeshift private schools for most the United States decided to speedup heavy vote in the more pop- Car mel BaptistThere relatives and friends in the Uni-
ulous, large electoral vote versity City the past weekend.
of action by hearing itself will be mid-week Meditation Canal
the whites from the first, and arguments states. The big cities will Services today 7:30 Mrs. Alfonso Edwards and PolicyIs
makeshift arrangements for only a on :March 30 instead of waitingfor vote Democratic.BUT Youth Forum Wednesday,p.m.7:30: ; son, Jim, of Miami, were flown

few of the Negro children until this the lower federal courts to takea p.m., and also Choirs Nos. 1 here yesterday on a brief visit

year. new look at the issues. THAT is not enough. and 2 will have their joint re- and outing with relatives and
Party success depends on p.m., and also Choirs Nos. 1 friends.
heavy majorities. To get will have its rehearsal Thurs Mrs. J. M. Miller flew yester-
The chief justice of Virginia another month or two seemsa them the ticket
must providean day, 7:30: p.m., and also Teach- day to West Palm Beach visit- I
I called the situation "shameful" and long time to wait. Lost years of excitement to produce that ers' and Choirs
Meeting; Nos. ing with her son-in-law and BARRY GOLDWATERU.S. SUGGEST that
I'! maintained that the state had an education, lost years of childhood and extra percentage of voters. 1 and 2 will again have their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Senator acquainted with the anyone State

obligation to provide public schooling youth are gone forever. The situationis Among mentioned those now being joint rehearsal Friday, 8 p.m.I Fisher, and other relatives. The trouble in the Panama Department's vacillation with
I as potential
for all under its own constitution, shameful, it is discriminatory. We presidents, the two who have Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Miss Mary H. Johns and Miss Canal Zone, I believe, stems the Panamanian issue could

r( which says, "The General Assembly hope the U.S. Supreme Court sees the most appeal to the votersof Esther W. Hamm, reporter.IN Cora N. Smith, both of Talla- directly from our policy of have easily predicted the riot
hassee, were visiting in Gainesville timidity and accommodation ing, bloodshed and death
shall establish and maintain an efficient the legal issues that way. the more populous states ,
are U.S. Attorney General MEMORIAMIn yesterday. toward the entire problem ofa which has taken place in that
J system of public free schools Robert Kennedy and Sena- memory of our dear hus.I Robert Phillips and George turbulent Latin America.To area. I pointed to this obvious -
\I throughout the state." The "great debate" over free band and father Rev. E. L.
tor Hubert Humphrey. Simmons, both of Tampa, were say that the disorderswere development in my
compulsory public schooling in this Party leaders in the highly Pinckney, who died one year visiting here yesterday.Mrs. "spontaneous" and unprovoked book, "Why Not Victory?"

:i But his was a dissenting opinion. country was in the middle of the competitive two-party, "key" ago, today. Mary Johnson and son, as some of our which was published in 1962.

; The Virginia Supreme Court majority last century. In much of the South, states are concerned not January brings sad memor- Joe, of Jacksonville, were officials and news correspon- On page 49 of that book, I
ies of loved
a one gone to rest. dents content is to ignorethe said:
of relatives
with here
I held last 2 that the had the decision made merely the presidency, guests the past
Dec. state was only after the We can never forget becauseyou issues this itself "Human
I but also with electing sena- weekend.Mr. government beings and nat-
done its duty by maintaining a Civil War, often by Reconstruction tors, congressmen and gover- were so dear to our' and Mrs. Robert Ford has made explosive by a ions being what they are,

j J "system" of schools, and that if legislatures in which Negroes playeda nors. A ticket that can hearts. Mrs. Nellie Pinckney, and daughter, Delia, all of New program of humiliating retreat altruistic behavior by a great

4r\ Prince Edward authorities did not prominent part but this one produce excitement beyond i widow; Mrs. Marie Irons,: York City, arrived yesterday as before the illegal and power is never honored beyond -

| put up the money for their part ofJI part of Reconstruction the Southern merely party loyalty and daughter law. John Irons, son-in.; guests of Mrs. Ford's relatives unreason able I demands of the first flush or surprise -
a Panamanian nationalists. that it has .
move the and lethargic happened.The
apathetic here for
j the system, that was their privilege. ounterrevolution of the 1870s and I two weeks. would-be beneficiaries of
to the polls often is the Samuel S. Rivers, of Miami,
1890s never sought to undo. The second difference between victoryand PLANS MEETING I THOSE WHO have studiedthe our concession and self-1
passed through Gainesville
; A federal district court had held half of the Twentieth Century defeat. The Women's Home Mission.I terday en route to visit at yes-the course of American for- denials soon construe them as
.! Society with Mrs. Olive I affairs have known weakness and
Miles want
eign long more.
in 1962 that Virginia was being discriminatory certainly should not be the time to Florida A. and M. University at
HENCE, the of president of the First Baptist that the policy of accommo-
if it allowed school-clos- undo it.God's presence Tallahassee.Miss .
Church with Rev. dation in effect lead "DOES ANYONE
r Robert Kennedy on the ticket W. A. Miles, now can seriously I
Tj would produce excitement in pastor, will hold its meeting at Annie Mae Bailey, of only to the sacrifice of free- suppose, for instance, that
i big cities of the East and in the home of Elizabeth Hill, of St. Petersburg, passed through dom and independence. It was our generous decision to per
the industrial giants of Detroit 233 W. Depot Street today at 8 Gainesville yesterday en routeto this weakness in our dealings mit the Panamanian flag to

and Chicago. Polls show his p.m. Rev. W. A. Miles, pas- St. Augustine, to visit with with the Communists in the fly over American territory
I Voice of the People popularity, and considerable tor; Mrs. Olive Miles, presi- her aunt, Mrs. Ethel Johnson, 1940s which led to the en- in the Canal Zone will placate -

pressure already is being put dent; Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson, and other relatives. slavement of the Chi n ese the Panamanian nationalists -

on him. Hubert Humphreyalso reporter. I czxu vGloria four mainland.And ? The gesture is bound

II I would provide the additive I II I colored in this decade it allowed !- simply to whet the mob's appetite -
====Oii The Sun's Opinion Page ; of appeal where it would BOARD PLANS MEETING I the Communists to deny and transfer its sightsto

most help. It is this quality I The Mt. Sinai District Wom-NOTICE the West its rights of free bigger targets.
I( Opinions and comments of Sun readers an welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters that puts them ahead of all tn's Convention board meet- The Undenominational Build- access within the city of Berlin Today, of course, there is
I must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should others now being discussed. I ing will be held at the Bethel Ing Union will meet at the Emanuel through the erection of the no longer any doubt that this
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or Robert Kennedy is, one may Baptist Church at Starke, on Baptist Church with Rev.T. hated wall.It prediction was an accurate
intent. assume appreciative of the Sunday, Jan. 26, at 8 p.m. D. Davis, pastor, on Sunday, permitted the poorly- assessment of the inadequacies -
Mrs. Sarah Ivory, district Jan. 26.There. equipped army of Fidel Cas- of State Department soft
of pres-
pledges given
Teach Them name except in a ed my God so I prayed. Every many support
curseword. They have no Christian in my church pray- him and also of the poll re ident; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. will be free dinners tro to deliver a crushing defeat ness in its handling of our for-

To Pray Bible in their homes. These ed for me. I belong to the sults. But it is by no means served in the dining room of the to U.S. -sponsored invaders eign affairs.As .
church. Morris Green at the of Pigs.It a result the United
V same people are not in- South Louisville Christian sure that he now wants a political reporter. Bay
He has said IN MEMORIAMIn caused our government to States last June agreed to discontinue -
career. he
terested in their children
c EDITOR, Sun: Congressman sending Church. People from other
will work in the campaign in loving memory of our dear 1 UNION SUCCESSFULThe equivocate following the Octo- negotiations with the
Siler of Kentucky recently to Sunday school or churches prayed for me, and,
capacity the Presidentmay husband, William Henry Dick- 8th Division Ministers and ber Cuban confrontation and Panamanians concerning the
had a letter from one church; they never attend so, two years and four months '
e erson, who died one Deacon Union of the sanction Soviet zone until after the elections
name. No one actively year ago auxiliary a powerful
of his people published) in the themselves. I owned a room- later I am still here, have
I Congressional Record. The ing house for eight years andI been able to go about my seeks the vice presidential today. There's an open gate at i I Jerusalem Baptist Association, military base for subversionand next October. And today we
nomination, since the choice the end of the road through I that was held at the New Jeru- revolution in the Western are reaping the whirlwind of
letter deals with prayer in the know that what I am sayingis daily life, a little bit slowly,
which each must alone. I salem Church with Rev. Hemisphere. our ill-advised .
true. So if properly is made by the go Baptist policy.saw.
public schools, and was writ- these children but have been able to do pre- -
ten by a Mrs. Sonia Hall, the never hear a prayer or see many things. sidential nominee. So, all NOT FACING THE ISSUES

Christian Church Home, the Bible in school, they will God hears from those now being discussed
hear about God. prayers happily can remain silent and
Louisville Ky. Some of your never His children and chil- I
ment readers her may wish the to compli-simple Parents, if you have a dren will have to learn to watch them all developments., Robert Kennedy But,and of Our Short-Sighted Panama PolicyBy
upon in school won'tknow
teacher in your school that pray or they Senator Humphrey now seem
of her -
The honesty letter is as follows exposition.: will take the time to read and how. to possess the most of that RICHARD WILSON al!, but someday they' may operate Panama Canal, although it is None of the aforementioned -

pray with your children, give You don't have to point and valuable quality of political Chief, Cowles Washington it in a way we will not no longer vital to our secur- was among those who

To the People of the United her your blessing. When we say, 'You have to go to this excitement. Bureau like if our policy continuesits ity, under the more direct perceived the significanceof

States: of our country are unconcerned church or that church.' Just WASHINGTON As in so erratic and haphazardcourse. control of a country so small the rise of Castro.

't "Why, oh, why don't you, at the suggestion of taking plainly teach God as it is writ- SARGENT SHRIVER, many cases in Latin America and unstable as the Republic -

I all of you, stop and ask yourselves prayer and Bible reading ten and teach them to prayto whose concept of a Peace short-sightedness and pro- This is the long-range implication of Panama, or an organi- WE NO LONGER live in a
: 'Just why are we up from our schools we are God in Jesus' name. Teach Corps and whose administration crastination have been the which officials seem zation so large and ineffectual hemisphere where communism -
guilty of the juvenile delin- them about heaven and hell; of it have combined to the OAS? Would is troublesome
our merely
in arms trying to permitprayer twin evils of American policyin determined either to ignore or as a
quency that takes place in will learn the rest when produce a magnificent result,
and Bible reading they Panama. We are faced to hide from the American prestige in this hemisphere ideology. We no longer
I in our public schools?' Today, our streets and alleys.... If put on the right road. And is a well-thought-of young there with acute short-range public. A Panama Canal survive such a change? cope merely with Communist
you take prayer out of school, man or woman who man. But the average voterin
November 22, as I lay on my any problems and others of greater under other than American Would we be paving the way propagandists. We deal now
the day is when there
the crowded
coming of
bed, sick with cancer, but would kick against this had precincts and longer significance, control seems so remoteor also to give up Guantanamo? with thousands of trained and
will be a scattered few that better get down on their New York, Chicago, and Detroit -
more sick at our world, will be able to and for does not but we do not really grapple ludicrous as to be unworthy The canal is an international armed revolutionaries in virtually -
pray knees and pray, for thereis example,
4 I watched television. I saw which the U. S. every one of the American -
there'll with these problems.For of serious consideration. facility
come some day when a God, there is a heaven know him and would not be
I the awful thing happen to our you will hear the cry: "Why and there is a hell, and don't stimulated to vote no matter the past four months, But, then, who would have built, operates and subsidizes. republics. These men,
president. This act sent every don't somebody pray!" Mostof you forget it." what the obstacles by his prior to the recent disorders, supposed that, the Monroe Seventy per cent of its trafficis according to the Central Intelligence

God-fearing person to their the boys and girls of today name on the ballot. There is we have not even had an ambassador Doctrine notwithstanding, the not under the American Agency, have been

churches and on their knees. will not know how to pray... This is a very long letter a great deal of logic in sup- in Panama. We island of Cuba would todaybe flag. Panamanian leaders, to trained in Cuba and are or-
should be red-letter
1; This a Two and will take many columnsin port of U.N. Ambassador Ad- have not settled jurisdictional under the control of a leader the contrary, we do not makea ganizing cadres of revolutionists -
for and I think and four monthsago
day everyone years cannot lai Stevenson for second placeon Whether the who makes regular trips to profit from the canal. We in their home countries.
letters should doctor said 'You your paper yet one questions. gover-
the put together my :
the ticket. He Moscow for counsel and indoc- are not even amortizing the They participated, accordingto
let keep and have cancer and there is help but feel the sincerity and reportedlyfeels nor of the Canal Zone, or the
Bible say, reading us in prayer our public nothing we can do. We cannot honesty of its purpose. Thank the place should go to or the ambassador to trination? $350 million debt. Four or President Chiari, in the

: schools. So, if there is another operate-you have from threeto you for publishing it. That address a younger man, but he, like Panama speaks for the Am- The introduction of the Communist five years ago it might have later bloody stages of what

tragedy like this, your children nine months to live; no again, is Mrs. Sonia the others, would respond if erican government still seemsto factor has vastly com seemed a sensible solution to began as student rioting over -
a and grandchildren will more.' Hall, Christian Church Home, the presidential nominee be in doubt. plicated the problem. In a raise tolls (although this will raising the American and

know how to pray. I have always been a pray- Louisville, Ken.A. calls. These confusions, however, more tranquil world, one be very difficult to do) and Panamanian flags.

I So many homes never say ing woman. I loved and trust- D. SANDERS Meanwhile, President are merely surface symptoms.The might readily agree with Dr. double our annual paymentsto It is very much to the point
Johnson's popularity remains real trouble is that we do Milton Eisenhower that the the Republic of Panama. also that a great many Latin-

astonishingly high. The response not face squarely the issueof only thing to do is to move Four or five years ago it American countries shudder at

I POTOMAC FEVER to him and his conductof who is to control the Pan- slowly toward turning our half might have made sense to the prospect of Panama, or

the office is something nev- ama Canal in the future and billion dollar investment over start paying off the debt, and even an international organ
By Fletcher Knebel Cowles Washington Bureau er before witnessed in the take toward the distant ization this
under what conditions. Thisis to some international mechanism steps operating canal.
story of the presidency. No the long-range issue, as it in which Panama would day when this facility wouldbe We obviously need to do
Goldwater a
Financial news: in circles he other
stock is rising so swiftly Republican vice president has beenso
in Suez where irresolu- have a larger voice. turned over in fee simpleto deal
may split two for one-and run simultaneously for president and senator. immediately and so em- was great more thinking
tion and differences betweenthe the organization of American about Panama. We could do
The U.S. cultural exchange with Russia is making progress. Khrushchev is Western Allies permitteda WE MAY BE compelled to States or some international more to raise the standard of

now ready to exchange one Yale professor for 2 million tons of wheat. VICE PRESIDENT be- great international facilityto take steps in that direction. mechanism.That living to decent levels, and to
fore Lyndon Johnson has fall under the control of a Employment of more trained would have been an make our possession of this

AFL-CIO President Meany says push-button automation is a "curse to soc taken office after the death ofa government hostile to West- Panamanians for higher level enlightened procedure, and it canal more tolerable to Pan

iety." He prefers a society in which people have lost their buttons. president, .especially ern interests. jobs would give Panama a was no wonder that something amanians. But we should not

a strong and well loved one, greater sense of participation. like this was advocatedby delude ourselves about the

Overheard on bus: "Does it strike you that this New Frontier administrationdoes without a period of adjustment ONCE IT was said that the Upping payments to Pa- such diverse thinkers as choice we have to make, andit

an unusual amount of fibbing, or is it just the normal amount?" Egyptians could not operatethe nama may be unavoidable, even Dr. Eisenhower, Harry S. Truman is this: Are we resolved to

-- President Johnson's instant Suez Canal, but they are though there are no profits and Adlai Stevenson. But continue to possess this great

Republicans ar* ..>jre at Go,". Rockefeller for claiming he's the under-dog can- acceptance and his decisive operating it. Now it is said from the canal. But, under something has happened in international facility or are

didate. This Is r o &ne_ they. "say, to be monopolizing honors that belong to the actions since are a story that the Panamanians can- the conditions of 1964, the Western Hemisphere we going to move toward giv-

whole party. unique in our history. not operate the! Panama Can- can we calmly visualize the which very few people fore- ingitup? __




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TeachersTo Shows SetThursday I TODAY, January 21 I Gd .en Age Club, 1:30: p.m.,
W4Qw&&p I,City Recreation Center.
College of Education Wives
Gainesville Garden Club Cir-
Club, Card Party, 8 p.m., Un-I cles:

I THE iversity Women's Clubhouse.P. 9:30 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. L.
f ffflILY y yKutk .
Meet"A K. Yonge PTA, Executive
\ H. Thompson, 1026 NE 3rd

\\j I j'IJOSEPflNE\ Board Lounge., 7:30 p. m., Faculty I Street Elwood; Chrysanthemum Keister, 1554 NW, Mrs.21st

Study of the Perceptive, Weimer Women's Editor Business and Professional Women's -
LOWMAN Tickets for "The Avenue; Daisy, Mrs. H. L.
f )! Rhythmic and Psychological Club, Program and Din-
; t ," which will be, Monk, 806 NW 18th Terrace;
Problems Involved In SightReading" ner meeting, 7 p.m., University
presented by the Nicolo Marionettes -t,I Daylily, Mrs. W. C. Thomas -
1? -- ,,uumtuuuuseauauiaiumasumoainaninaau. will be the program, International Coffee Thursday and afternoonand Inn. Jr., 1624 NW 7th Place; Di-
presented by Mrs. E. Ruffin Tuesday Evening Supper Clubof
anthus, Mrs. Lindley Cellon, AI-
evening at Buchholz Junior
Jones when the Gainesville'Music Gainesville, 6 p.m. 1402
I Teachers Association High School, may be purchasedat West Universjty Avenue. achua; Gardenia, Guaranty Federal
) -\;r.f Bank; Hibiscus, Mrs. H.
i : Listed the door.
1 7 - Wednesday at 10 GWCA Gainesville Lioness Club, 8
(If ; a.m. The By
I1t'r.fjat.; ,,", 'r:1 ...::,- -....r....."....". { ---1: meeting will be held in the Uti-I The marionettes, who are I p.t%., Mrs. Werner M. Lauter, ; Palm, Mrs. William Soll-
\ if.tli1. lity Operations Center, 555 SE 724! SW 21st Street, Kirkwood.
w -: iYfli I11ll Fifth Avenue.Dr. display of treasures of for- following the general meeting' performing here under the au-. j f ey, 1030 NW 40th Terrace;
i y' <-'. OL54y eign lands will be featured during -l|x>f the Gainesville Women's spices of the Junior Woman's I I WEDNESDAY, January 22 9:45: a.m., Gloriosa, Mrs. Will
!J "....".;1\- ', < ;'i _' Vere Richards is program an "International Coffee"! Club, will be seen at 4:30 and I I I I iams Costain, 2610 SW 9th
,j '. '''.'"''l '." "'O";';FI_ __ ..t.. <:: chairman. Club Monday January 27. 7:30 p.m. Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30 Drive; Magnolia, Mrs. Henry L.
'lUlJllUU- .- ..'' Guest artists This event will be directed p.m., Holiday Inn. Gray, 837 NE 5th Avenue;
}I ..:.:.::..:. : < '' Windsor be the uo wI _''''''''''iI by All proceeds from the presentation Cosmos Club, Sewing and Cov- 10:00 a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs.
j Y String Quartet, assisted International Relations Com- will be turned to the ered Dish Luncheon, Noon,
George Robertson, 315 SW 12th
t'' : by Sally Dkinson:: viola, OIBookL mittee of the Club whichis
_' : Brides' club's Scholarship Fund. Mrs. Irva B. Griffith, 1423 NW St.
Members I
of the
'" Quartet are I
I I,, ,4q',.: 1 Spyi Verna Nash, violin; Sarah headed by Mrs. J. B. White. Mrs. James McCoy, chairmanof I 6th Street. I I 1:30 p.m., Camellia, Mrs. lIerI -
,.: ,1 Democratic Women's Club, shel 1 2210 NW 6th
II M tar Gregg, violin; Grace Wirtala, Mrs. Arthur A. Broyles will the event, may be contacted Board Meet, 8 p.m., Mrs. Ar-I Haynes
.I .: viola and Wanda Ashley, cello. i I be chairman of the program to for further information. nold Butt, 31 SW 43rd Terrace. Place;
,f .7." Hostesses will be Mrs. Otis 2:00 p.m., Founders, Mrs. C.
'} Nelson and Mrs. Conrad Baus be given by representativesfrom University City Bridge Club, W. Pennington, 1736 NW 14th
::: chka. six foreign countries. OES Chapter 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW Ave.;
'1; SATURDAY, January 25 15th Terrace. 3:00: p.m., Amaryllis, Mrs. B.
-' Dinner honoring Miss Anne They will be Mrs. Bjorn Kur- Holds ElectionGainesville Chapter AP, P.E.O. Sisterhood W. Webb, 2062 NW 11th Road;
t thing you need rather than ten, Finland; Mrs. Kikuo To-
10:30 a.m., Mrs. E. R. Dogwood, Mrs. Walter Wynn,
: Purvis, bride-elect of Billie Nu-
calling to someone to throw it minago, Japan; Mrs. DeLa Woodward, Mrs. D. T. Williams, 318 NW 15th Avenue; Lotus,
:j) gent Nimnicht Jr. of Jackson- Rosa, Mexico Mrs. Itzhad Chapter 44, Or-
down .
to ;
If you haven't started ;your personal beauty improvement you.Studies der of Eastern Star, held its an- 601 NW 23rd Street. Mrs. James A. Chadwick, 828
1 campaign and wish to do ville, 6:30: p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Barlewaw, Poland-Israel; Mrs. NW 5th Avenue Rose, Mrs. 0'Neal
so order
you may ; -
nual election of officers Gainesville Chess Club 8
have shown at a ,
t and
Walter and their
N. S. Shah India and Mrs. Ana
Murphree son ,
the BIP Kit 25 15 Cox, 1639 NW 11th Road
( by sending cents (plus cents ;
recent Gainesville Recreation f
over again, that the most suc- Walter Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ancelmo, El Salvador. meeting. p.m.
for 1st class 8:00
postage and handling) to Josephine cessful reducers eat three Center. : p.m., Carnation, Guar
F V Lowman in care of the Gainesville Sun. meals Gus McGriff, Gainesville Golf Mrs. Earl H. Killgore will New officers are Mrs. T. H. anty Federal Building; Geranium -
t a day. If they skip a Philharmonic Society of
. and Country Club.
McRorie, Worthy Matron; T. Mrs. Dell Willard, 3826 SW
chairman of the decor-
meal they usually more than serve as Gainesville, 8:15: Hotel
H. McRorie, Worthy Patron; p.m. !. 18th Street (Idylwild); Hydrangea
:j Gaining Pleasant But make up for it because they be- ation committee. Thomas.
Mrs. C. R. Perry, Associate I Mrs. T. E. Freeman, 414
1,1, come so hungry. Also you are Sigma Kappa Anyone desiring transportation -Matron; Marvin Wood, Associ- University Wo m e n's Club NW 34th Terrace; Jasmine,

J a Reducing RejuvenatesI less eat three apt to meals feel weak when you should call Mrs. White or ate Patron; Mrs. P. S. Guer- Newcomers' Bridge, 8 p.m.,. Mrs. Albert Flage, NewberryRoad.
a day. Alums Meet Mrs. Helen Balyeat. ry, treasurer; Miss Gertrude University Women's Clubhouse, .

However the individual factor Arrington, secretary; Mrs. H. West Newberry Road. Gainesville Junior Woman's
must admit that gaining those thousands of who
should be considered here too.I TonightSigma F. Ennis, Conductress; Mrs. Chapter AF, PEO, 10 a.m., Club presenting the Nicolo Marionettes -
; weight is more pleasant than already following my BIP Travel Talk
I I know this to be true from my W. H. Wheeler, Associate Conductress Mrs. Joe Jenkins Jr. and Mrs. i in "The Emperor's
I lo>ing it is until you observethe (Beauty Improvement Plan),
own experience. I am accus- Kappa Alumnae will and C. R. Williams, Robert Head, hostesses at the Nightingale," 4:30: p.m. and
results of
dieting. Then and those of who may be
'J there is nothing more exciting just starting, some suggestionswhich ;tomed to eating my largest meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Given for Club Sentinel. former's home, 1927 NW Eight 7:30 p.m., Buchholz Junior High
meal at dinner in the Beta Tau House the Avenue. School
evening. Chapter on
I believe will be
I Installations
or rejuvenating helpful. plans are being'
i ARCHER Mrs. Russell 1
Therefore -
Let's because of habit, I UF campus. Gainesville Music Teachers Advertisement)
that wishto made.
l After a woman (or her husband suppose you am not so hungry at breakfast Agenda for the business meet Phillips of McIntosh was guest Association Coffee and program ,
lose from 15 to 20 pounds in .
I ) has been struggling for I eight weeks. That is what the and luncheon as I am at din ing includes a report on a sec speaker recently at a meeting 10 a.m., City Utilities Rough Weave
,1 years with bulges, a chocolate I will lose ner. I save from 600 to 700 calories ond trimester formal rush, plansfor of the Archer W 0 m- I Center, 555 SE Fifth Avenue,
average woman on a
I cream begins to look like a for dinner. an's Club. I with Mrs. Otis Nelson and Mrs.
a February card party, and Cottons Still
daily 1200 calorie intake. Some Here is a suggestion to help
bulge and fried foods, fat meat,I Conrad Bauschka, hostesses.
women lost more. The variantsare It doesn't matter when distribution of the new alumnae Mrs. Phillips showed filmsof use up those old bath towels. '
1 cream sauces, rich desserts and you
: Junior Welfare Fashion firstIn
1 salad dressings seem like poi- cheating or carelessness in have your allowable calories so address- list. her recent trip to the HolLand y Cut them in half (or keen them 8 League,
counting calories, your physical long as you have the correct Dr. Robert Carson, faculty in which a group of 165 whole if it isn't too big) and p.m., Guaranty Federal Savings a recent campaign to find
I t son.For nine the I activity and your metabolism. a m o u n t of food and the right sponsor, will speak informallyto persons under the direction of I put them in front of the door on and Loan Building. out what cotton was most de-

week of days, beginning the fifth, I i, : I'kind of food every 24 hours. the group. Norman Vincent Peale of New a rainy day! They keep your THURSDAY, January 23 sirable the questionaire showed
January I A very small percentage of ov New alumnae in the area I York City, made the tour. rug clean and are easy to laun Retired Teachers Associa that homespuns in prints and
l) brought you my Eight If started late
"Jjf r Beauty Improvement Plan. If erweights have a glandular abI Beauty you Improvement Plan on my are invited to attend. I Miss Mace Anderson gave the der.Sure I tion, Florida Museum, 9:30a. solids were the most important
or devotional and Mrs. J. 0. Mc- saves carpets. I m., 201 Seagle Building. all cotton in the style picture.
t you started in right away you I I normality. You can increase would just like to have the Laurin two numbers II I Gilberg's, The House of 1000
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5 J 11 I some bumps and are deterI" small ways which will count up. I form, you may do so by sending When tomatoes are plentiful by Mrs. Milton Mor- I
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mined continue until :For instance, walk did know that per pianist.
; to you every place jour name and address, you they can and fashionable in fabrics are
f reach your goal. The first two I you can instead of getting into and 25 cents (plus 15 cents be frozen whole and are absolutely : Hostesses were Mrs. F. C. to advertise your job offer In featuring homespuns for Spring
I" weeks are the most difficult. I I your car or on a bus or for postage and handling) to tlelicious in homemadesoup Jones, Mrs. J. 0. McLaurin, the Classified section. The per for '64. Available at your Gil-
On one day a week, for theIf subway. Walk at least part of Josephine Lowman in care of ? Just defrost them before I Mrs. C. A. Wiles and Mrs. A.I son you want may look there I berg's store at 109 W. Univer
r eight weeks I want to bring the way. Go upstairs for some- this newspaper. placing them in the kettle. D. McEachin. I tonight! Phone 372-8441. 111I i sity Ave.

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j: SEC MeetBring $y w,; ,< ti< I Lir4 iLb br.L .Y Yx Florida Snares !1 1Tampa's

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j The Southeastern Conference holds its all-important meet- y Fred Pancoast
ing tomorrow through Friday in Atlanta. -

Here's what likely will happen.The :] ew
I Fred Pancoast, head foot-
SEC schools will vote a new scholarship system. This
- will keep Georgia Tech in the fold. ball coach at Tampa Univer- 1
1! sity, has been hired by the dameswlk! Sun

SEC schools also may break precedent and approve one- University of Florida to be

year grants. In the past an SEC scholarship has been for the its offensive end mentor.

full ride, four years. Coach Ray Graves, UF ath-.
letic director and head coach,
., Auburn plans to ask for a "hardship" ruling. If a player made the announcement last SPORTS
should be injured in the first minutes of his varsity career, her
night in Tampa when he
t, would receive another season of eligibility to compensate. spoke at Robinson High

_I I,;, The Big Ten, among others, has had this rule for some time. rv School's grid /etc. 6 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964ed

y fi Pancoast, a native of Pen-
:; sacola, has been coach of
Cl"iefllllld BoysThe as he in our profession," some of the duties held pre-
the Spartans the past two
Graves said. "His know- viously by Ottis Mooney who
S f i91 r Chiefland boys basketball team plays Cross City tonight and will be after years. He replaced Morce-
ledge from being a head went to Miami under new
F its third win of the year. Front row, from left, are Jerry Reid, James :Matthews : lino Huerta when the latter coach should prove of great 'Cane coach Charlie Tate.
Frank Garland Blackman and Louis Back from went to Wichita.
Moody, Tremblay. row, left benefit
to us. We selected Graves still is seeking a re-
Webster Windell Corbin Donald Weeks Farnell and Charles The new UF grid assistant
f i f fl ff H are Johnny Egbert him
u i
over a number of other cr t e r to replace Sterling
: Sun ). played his college football at
Beauchamp. ( photo
Tampa from 1949-52 under applicants for the job. Dupree who went to Georgiain

"Too Good" a similar capacity.
Huerta. He spent two
; Florida, again, will make a pitch for an expansion of the UCLA Still Tops Poll in the Marine Corps after Pancoast said, "It is simplytoo ReshufflingThe
good an offer to turn Gators also lost fresh-
} league to at least 13 schools, boosting Florida State for mem- graduating from college and
bership.The coached a year at Tampa down in every respect, partic- man football coach John Don-
Hillsborough High School be- ularly in regards! to my fam- aldson to Georgia. It is be-

minimum college entrance requirements will be ref DePaul Gets In"The fore joining Huerta's staff. ily and their security." lieved the new frosh coach
f tained. Currently, an athlete must make 16 on the ACT test Finally The new UF assistant will be found in a reshufflingof
Here Feb. 1
I\ or 750 on the standard College Board exam. LSU, hobbled by coach is married and he and d uti i es among present

I' a state law which requires that any student must be admitted Pancoast has resigned at Mrs. (Carolyn) Pancoast present coaches when Graves
By HAL BOCK Michigan jumped notch to lanova and Duke each
a jumpedtwo
'f to the university, says it will abide by the SEC plan although Tampa effective Jan. :31. He have three children. Theyare announced spring training
Associated Press Sports Writer second place with 350 points. slots-the Wildcats to No. 7
I i Jim Corbett, director of athletics for the Tigers, feelsit is expected to come here to : Karen, 6; Susan, 5; and duties for his assistants.
The quickest road to a berthin Loyola of Chicago, idle last and the Blue Devils to No. 8.
discriminates against athletes. assume his new duties on Dawn, 4. Johnny Griffiths, G e o r n ahead
The Associated Press' weekly week, slipped to third with 294. Oregon State, No. 7 a week ago,
Feb. 1.Graves. With the addition of Pan- coach last year, discussed -
; Point basketball poll is the one paved Points were awarded on the slipped to 10th place, sharing it
The Main said that Pancoast coast and Billy Kinard, an- the recruiting post
I with victories, but DePaul was basis of 10 for a first-place vote, with a returnee, Wichita. "
. .is an intelligent, am- nounced yesterday as defen- with Graves at a meeting
to wonder. nine for second
The main point, of course, will be the wiping out of the beginning I etc. The top ten with firstplacevotes bitious, personable young sive backfield mentor, Graves here last week. It is believedthe
The Blue Demons had
140 scholarship rule so Tech will stay in the SEC. won 11 Undefeated Davidson moved in parentheses, season coach who should be a fine has replaced two of the four two men will have another
in what to
straight games was I up to fourth place ahead records through Saturday, Jan. addition to our staff. coaches he lost since the end talk this week in At-
)'M Under the new setup, football scholarships would be cut have been a rebuilding season 'of Kentucky while Vanderbilt 18, and points on a 1 "In my travels I have of last season to other lanta during the Southeastern -
( from 45 to 40 per year. Basketball scholarships would be expanded but were unable to crack the 'I maintained its No. 6 spot. ViI- 5-4-3-2-1 basis: 9-8-7-6-1 found few people as respect- schools. Pancoast will assumeHurricanes Conference session.
) to six per year. Top Ten. Then last week De-,, --- -
I Paul whipped highly regarded
X s t' Under this plan, it is possible for an SEC school to have 1
89-83 the
Dayton presto,
as many as 160 football players and 24 basketball players on door to the Top Ten finally Santa Fe PIY Testis

scholarship. This does not include grants for other sports suchas swung open.A ,

f baseball, track, swimming, tennis, golf, cross country. The special panle of writers and

present 140 limit applies to just football and basketball. broadcasters awarded the No. 9 1 a
On the Rebound ad (20.7) ScorerGainesville
Some SEC schools have found themselves trapped by the spot to DePaul this we k

140 limit. They have had to exceed the 140 ceiling during recruiting after Cincinnati obligingly had

and depend on players dropping out, flunking out, etc., dropped a pair of games and II 0 ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGS I High School's bas-
to get down below 140. qualified for dismissal. The
Bearcats, beaten by Bradleyand I Santa Fe and P. K. Yonge, two ketball team faces the task of 'ftI IIII .

i The Reason Is ObviousThe Drake, replaced DePaul basketball teams with the same stopping the leaading scorer in

among the also-rans this week. mission will clash at 8 o'- Jacksonville when the 'Canes Y>

reason for the interest in a one-year grant is obvious. Shuffling clock tonight at the Rebels'I host Jax Beach Fletcher at 8

Some SEC schools have found many athletes lose interest when UCLA continues to lead the gym.
they don't make the first team or traveling squad, quit football poll but there was plenty of 4t Santa Fe lost to Perry last o'clock tonight in the GHS gym.

M V or basketball, whichever the case may be, and still keep shuffling in the spots behind the Friday and the Blue Wave was Fletcher, with a 4-6 record, ifn 4f jy

II y their four-year grants. undefeated Bruins, who've won !; cr LIV11K upset by South Sumter. Both has 6-0 Butch Garvin scorchingthe
S X 15 straight. The Uclans collected teams will be on the rebound
r Some athletes at Kentucky have done this. They hired 38.firstplace votes on the 43 tonight. nets at a 20.7 average to

themselves lawyer and won their case, that they can keep
a ballots and accumulated 423: The Rebels will carry a fine top the Gateway City.
their grants even if they don't play. points.
10-2 record into the game. Both
GHS 8-4 for the and
I year a
The one-year grant would carry points like this. Players defeats have been at the handsof I DENNIS JOBE winner over Ocala last Satur- "

would have to pass all their work and be eligible to play, obey W L Pts.' Perry. PKY is 6-4, having . GHS Speedster I a. 4 Y
t all rules and regulations of the SEC and obey all rules and 1. UCLA ((38) 15 0 423 lost a previous clash to the day night, will bid for its ninth

: regulations of the school's athletic department. 2. Michigan ((2)) 12 1 350 Rebels. Other PKY defeats have wqa triumph.

1 3. Chicago Loyola 11 1 294 been at the hands of Lake City,
i Coaches still will not be able to deprive an athlete of his &N8p I Coach John Raper said he
4. Davidson ((3)) 14 0 270 GHS and South Sumter.
I grant just because he turns out to be a poor player. Only if 5. Kentucky 13 2 .251 I .;' Starting Lineup z was pleased with the determined -
don't live to the rules.Enforcement. COVEY JOHNSTON
they up 6. Vanderbilt 13 1 198 Coach Gar n i e Hatch likely effort the 'Canes made last J
. Wave Scorer
Too Hard 7. Villanova 12 1 123! will open with Richard Clem- week in losing in overtime to
J 8. Duke 10 3 110': ons, Bud Riviere, Laroy Paul- x Daytona Beach Mainland d BOYD WELSCH
9. DePaul 12 0 84 I . 'Cane Guard
son, Warren Buck and Richard
Enforcement of a one-year grant, however, is termed the StarkeBattles topping rival Ocala. Mainland
I 10. (Tie) Oregon St. 14 3 72, Johnson.
biggest barrier to league approval of such. The Southwest
(101)) was ranked No. 8 in
Wichita 13 3 72
Conference turned down the plan for that reason. Starters for Coach Wilbur Hos- yesterday's state high school 6-3: and Garvin, forwards;

kins' Wave likely will be Robert and John Newfant, 5-10; and
There will be some smaller items that will be bandied s basketball poll.
t Ronnie Greer Chic
Club Spook Hulihan 5-7
Tipof at
i t about. One of the most surprising is that Tulane wants to Hinton, Harold Trujillo and Bob- Likey Starters guards.

play its home football games on Saturday night in direct opposition by Hines. ,bxROBERTSTEAR All are juniors except Garvin,

I to LSU. Sets MeetThe There will be a preliminarygame Likely starters for GHS will a senior. '
1 include Mike Hartman Sam
| i Last lear LSU erased 67,500, second in the nation, in college Palatka between the B squads of Martin Fetcher's best win has bern
Terry Nutt, Bill Boaz
t attendance. Tulane averaged 20,000. Hut Greenie coach Gainesville Tipoff Club the two schools starting at 6:30: and Boyd Welsch. over Jax duPont in a holiday

Tommy VBolc says he is willing to take his chances bucking will meet at 6:30: tonight at the .p.m. tourney last month.

f ing the Bayou Bengals for customers. Holiday Inn. I STARKE The Bradford Co. Santa Fe journeys to Mac- For Fletcher, which is a mem-

I Chuck Taylor, well known: Tornadoes face one of their 1 clenny Friday night to meet the ber of the Gateway Conferencein GIIS will play Jax Englo-
; Kentucky may make its long expected announcement that
c it has, or will, recruit Negroes in football and basketball. ambassador of basketball for toughest basketball tests of the 'Baker Co. Wildcats. PKY will Jacksonville, Coach Billy I wood here Friday and goes to
I the United States, will be the season tonight when they op- 'I be home on Friday to play 1\S j'Curtis will use Spike Cissel, I Palatka on Saturday in other

There may be a revival of a switching SEC football proI speaker. pose Palatka's Braves here. Green Cove Springs.MILWAUKEE . PKY Standout I.6-5, at center; Bob Newberry, games this week.

gram that will force each school to play every other school Final plans for the club's Starke, riding a 10-3 season

over a period of years There also is thought that a minimum trip to Tallahassee on Thurs- record, will find the powerful

I/' of seven games now it is six be required to be a con- day night to attend the Flori- Braves rolling on a fine 6-1 DEMPSEY'S LOADED GLOVES

i tender for the championship. da State game will be told. I mark with the one loss at the

hands of Ocala. And the Braves

'! AROUND FLORIDA avenged that in a return contest.
It Didn't
Palatka also handed Gaines- Work..Says Paper

ville a 51-47 setback the same

; Golf Shoes Work Wonders week the 'Canes toppled highly -

n -rated Daytona Beach Sea- (AP-It) didn't Linnemanstons, aGo Iden I and' found a way to produce a 1 This method involved dusting

breeze. And- GHS tripped the I work, the Milwaukee Journal Gloves heavyweight, was assigned reasonably formidable weapon.I plaster of paris onto every circle -

j E CLEARWATER CAP) Fran-1 only thing I'm not usedto Tornadoes in a previous clash.I said after recreating the meth- Dempsey's part. But the construction was so of gauze, adding the water

'' cis Francis of Nassau, Bahamas is getting those clods of dirt in ReboundingCoach I od of encasing Jack Dempsey's The Kearns' description told I elaborate, Kirkby said, that and letting each layer dry be-

has been playing golf in canvas blocs Tr'inLAKELAND my face. Over in England,'you Erwin Land's gang hands in plaster of paris as his how he wound on Dempsey's; Dempsey and Moynahan would fore the next was added.

p sneakers without socks for know, we ride on grass. Other- also will be rebounding from a was done for the bandages as Moynahan lookedon have to have known what was I Kirkby's report on the experiments -
ii 48 years. (APFlorida) wise the racing is much the i two-point: defeat at the hands of manager says title fight with I' then used a sponge to soak going on. This does not fit with added one more line

1 lie switched to golf shoes for Southern made good on 55 percent I,same as over there. We had Santa Fe a week ago. Starke's Jess heavyweight Willard more than 40 years the wrappings. The next step, Kearns' report that Dempseywas I "Dempsey deserves some-

the American Seniors Tournament of its field goals in an 86-671 starting gates in Australia, so starters loom as Harold Bishop, as related by Kearns, was to too nervous to notice what I thing better than unproved and
1 1 this year and is doing fairly victory over Rollins Monday I I'm used to them." John Williams, Ernest Jenkins,I]ago. heavily sprinkle the plaster of was taking place.University these years."

j well. night, but got only 50 per cent Richard Hobbs and Bobby i I Journal boxing writer Evans paris from a powder can onto. --
\ Francis tees off today in the of its free throws. I'I Hutchinson has no agent but Moody. |i;Kirkby says standins for all the:the soaked bandages. Florida-Alabama] IOn
: I \ first round of match play against expects to get some mounts Coach Bill Jamerson's Braves main figures were assembled to All was done as prescribed Game
't Arthur Wittig of Detroit after I Southern's Tim Eisnaugle was through a friend, W. C. Partee, :'do all the things Jack Kearns Ii said Kirkby, whose story con-
( game-high for the sixth time this,who horses. are led by 6-5 center Bob Stev Radio I
: placing in the top third of the i owns !said in a magazine article were tinued: and Television
"I j qualifiers wth a 154, a 73 on the i season with 24 points. Lee Baggett -' "I'm I ens. Other Palatka starters are I''I done before the fight in which I "What did we get when the
i led Rollins with 15. just over on vacation likely to be Buddy Mangum,
t 5,901-yard, par-71 east Course he I('I Dempsey belted out Willard in mess had dried? i of Forida televis-
1., and an 81 on the 6,367-yard, par s anyway I Danny Turner, Dave Porter and three rounds on July 4, 1919 in:' "We got a thin layer of soft ion station WUFT and radio I The video presentation will be

i 72 west course at BelIeair.i Tommy Whhaker. I I Toledo. cement which cracked at a station WRUF will team up to gin at 8 p.m. During timeoutsand

i i The medalist, Jack Russell of He Races Starke also will play at Live' I'slight touch and fell from the bring next Monday night's Flor- a halftime, Haney said

''I Clearwater, a former big league To Miami Oak Friday night and will host "Using the same materials in bandages at a slight brushing ida Alabama basketball gameat the cameras will scan the crowd

I I baseball pitcher, meets G.Haynes MIAMI (AP) What does a Perry Saturday. the same way that Kearns de-1 Little if any of the plaster of Florida Gym to Gator Fanson and possibly spotlight some candidates -
Osborne of Sarasota in scribed, showed that a plaster paris would have been on the for
1 \ jockey from Australia via (AP-Kenneth Shipp, radio and television. I office on the urnversity
+I' the round. Eng- fst could not be made that bandages by the time Dempsey !
opening offensive backfield coach Horse Out John campus.
land do during his vacation? at Tulsa "Or Haney, program direc-
Brice Coffin cham way, Kirkby wrote. may- traveled from his dressing room
r defending ]
Race horses of course. when it the nation's tor of WUFT, said the video por-I
pion of Marblehead, Mass., was top Of Derby be we weren't good plasterers. to the ring, where the gloveswere tion will be carried Channel i Haney said this will be the

I plays Alan S. Howard of Davenport I Ron Hutchinson, 36-year-old passing team in 1962, is comingto I Played Roles put on. If any had remained 5 and the sound will over be first time this coverage of a
I Ohio. If the two favor-' Australian who for the past Miami as offensive football NEW ORLEANS (APHurry it would have turnedto carried home basketball game has been

: ites win all five matches, they' three years had been riding in coach. To Market, the big colt who I Standing in for Kearns in the powder at the first light over WRUF. 1 tried at Florida. He said thatit

J will meet Saturday in the England for the Duke of Nor- won laurels as the nation's top experiment was Al Fain, a vet- blow. He called the coverage "unique" might be continued next year
, folk rode in the second at Shipp 34, now backfield coachat who has for Gator fans and said
finals. race 2-year-old in 1963, has been eran boxing figure for all home games.
Russell, who has won 11 senior Hialeah Monday."It South Carolina, is a graduateof pulled out of the Kentucky Der- taped boxers' hands for more Kearns Conned he recalls ony one place where I

tournaments and lost only two, was a very nice race," he Middle Tennessee State. He by because of a hoof injury. than half a century. Eddie Metric "It appears that Kearns, one a similar setup was tried be Residents of Palatka and

carded a 36-hold total of 144, two said, "and my horse (Oto- also coached at Middle Tennessee Trainer Dave Erb said Mon- a boxing manager and of the greatest of old fashioned fore. That was the Universityof I Lake City can take advaptage

better than Dexter Daniel.. Sr.a prince) got away well: a-id ran i Trinity, Florida State, and day that barring a miracle, Hur- gymnasium operator, took the pitchmen, conned to the end." North Carolina, where he of the coverage by turning into
veteran from Winter Rwen. Well until he tired. He finished Montreal of the Canadian pro ry To Market may be away for part of Walter Moynahan, Will- Kirkby and his crew carried worked before coming to Flor- Channel 5 on television and

l ; He will be matched with ;... W. sixth, I Believe. I league. at least six months. ard's chief second. Frank the experiment one step further ida. WRUF on radio.I .


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@ 2rro TJnrk Eimra would have done it or so Gardella was missing. A One day in the outfield he outstretched. The ball fell into

i: tr By ARTHUR DALEY claims. But when Danny "suicide" note was on the decided to hitch up his belt his glove in some inexplicable -

t. ., ". w r 34 f NEW YORK No sooner Gardella sued organized base- table. It read: jus't before Bob Elliott lasheda fashion.

: .- had Charles 0. Finley, the ball a dozen or more years "If my crushed body lies liner at him. What to do? If "It's the first catch I ever
; 9 footloose owner of the Kansas ago for $300,000, the sweet- on the street below, it was desperate Dan reached for made blindfolded," he said.

City Athletics, announced that singer from ol' Kaintuck was Nap Reyes who drove me to the ball, he would lose his Gardella held out in 1946

1 1I he was going to haul orga- overjoyed to settle the case this fit of despondency." pants. So he held up his brit- and jumped to the Mexican

I II out of court. ches with one hand and League. Chandler
nized baseball into court than Face scared to
:I I two White Knights came Until Finley began to get Grinning flagged down the ball with the death of the Mexican League,

;. 1 ; charging into the fray. They obstreperous, everyone had The horrified Reyes rushedto other. His modesty was pre- suspended him and, when

arrived amid a fanfare of forgotten about Gardella. That the open window and looked served.He Dashing Dan sued, avoided
#* : trumpets and with pennons should not happen. Few big out. Then he looked down and once tried to catch a fly testing the validity of the

flying. Their spirited steeds league players ever could gazed into the grinning face ball in the sun. He flicked reserve clause in court. It

.., . were snorting defiance andso compare in color with Daunt- of Dangling Dan. The muscu- down his sun glasses without still is untested. But the
; were they. less Dan alias DangerousDan lar little guy was hanging ever knowing exactly how Chandler pop-off brings Des-

One was Albert Benjamin Dashing Dan, DesperateDan from the ledge, 22 floors above the mechanism worked. He perate Dan back to mind. He

f I ; : (Happy) Chandler, "a veray and less complimentarytitles. the street. Anything for a wound up with his cap over is not a man who should be

1 \' j ft parfit gentil knight" from the If none could match laugh. jis! eyes and his hands forgotten.cent .
5P ,
fI him in color, it's a cinch that -
principality of Kentuckyand
4 every last one of them could
I the other was Emanuel
y exceed him in
(<4's. . Celler, the Thane of Washington ability. Sandy Koufax Gets
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Chiefland Girls lyn. At the first drop of a AccidentGardella

'I baseball gauntlet Sir Albert was one of those

Chiefland's girls basketball team has hopes of winding i up with a winning year grabs his lance and rides full wartime accidents. When the Big $60,000 Reward

and a spot in the league tourney. Front row, from left, are Kay Cannon, Sue tilt at Ford Frick, his successor big leagues were scraping the

Ward Darlene Haynes Ann Geiger, Mary Jane Griffin. Middle row, from as commissioner. By bottom of the man-power bar-

a I left, Sandra Matthews, Anna Roberson, Jolon Lewis, Massie Brittian, Carol Ann this time his lance has been rel in 1945, they found Daunt- ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP- Yankees, fanning a record 15 the $10,000 diamondstudded

Hiers, Nancy White. Back row, from left, are Shirley Pipkins, Melaine Graham, repelled so often by Frick's less Dan. He fitted that price- Sandy Koufax, who won virtually -I batters in the opener.A gold-buckled Hickok Trophyas

Susan Green, Anniece Green, Cheryl Etheridge and Madge Meriweather. (Sun armorplate that it is twisted less Ring Lardner description every pitching honor in 1963, $60,000 contract would represent the Pro Athlete of the Year.A .
photo). into corkscrew shape.Sir : "Although he couldn'thit will shortly be getting his big-I slightly more than a 70

Emanuel doesn't con very well, he couldn't field. gest reward of all when he I per cent increase and make panel of 125 of the nation's

centrate on so specific a tar. very well either." signs a Los Angeles Dodger con- Koufax second highest salaried sports writers and sportscastersgave

II Busiest Catcher First get. As soon as any phase of The Giants were stuck with tract for an estimated $60,000. I pitcher in the major leagues. Koufax a record 106 first

sports encroaches even slightly this muscular midget who was The 28-year-old southpaw said' Koufax, the Nationl League's place votes and 344 points. Y.A.

on any legal domain, he only 5 feet 7 inches tall but Monday night he expected no I Most Valuable Player and The Tittle, New York Giants'eter-

leaps on his charger and gal- could walk up a flight of stairson difficulty coming to terms for Associated Press' Male Athleteof an quarterback, was second

I I Cincy Player To SignIi lops into action with the ring- his hands and could do one- 1964 when he meets with Dodger I the Year, arrived here to ac- with nine votes and 158 points.

ing cry for a congressional in armed handstands on chairs. General Manager Buzzy Bavasi

vestigation. It brings him Nor did he confine his antics within the next week or two.
By MIKE RATHET I chances, 1,008 putouts and probably And Bailey went into the game. I headlines and no statesmancan completely to off-the-field ac "I have a fairly good idea as I Night Games Set

Ii I Associated Press Sports Writer I the most embarrassing incident I First Three resist headlines. tivities. He also used the diamond to my worth and I don't antici-, I

t; Cincinnati's Johnny Edwards, i of the season. Umpire Hank Soar Explained! I Novel LawyerFinley for a stage. All the old pate any disagreement," said For National. League

I the busiest catcher in the major I 'to Dark that all starters, except Babe Herman cliches were Koufax, who last year was paid
.1'I leagues last year and the only That came at the All-Star'I pitchers, must play at least the I I II has turned his case revived to describe him, suchas $35,000 for winning 25 games, 11 -
player benched by an umpire, I game in Cleveland, where Ed-]first three innings. over to Louis Nizer, the law : of them shutouts, and strikingout CINCINNATI (AP) There I''which plays its first home game
wards became conspicuous by yer who once wrote a best "Gardella caught a fly ball I I are still more night games
\ is the first member of the Reds I 306 batters to top his own !April 16 against Milwaukee. Almost -
I I to sign his 1964 baseball con- his presence. I i Besides, Edwards, 18 other seller. This leaves organized unassisted." National League record. ahead in the 1964 National all the Colts' home

tract. I Ed Bailey had started behind j players signed Monday-the Los baseball no alternative. The "Gardella made a sensa- The handsome, dark-haired League baseball season. I
j! I the plate for the National Angeles Dodgers again No. 1 on only way it can match this is tional catch of a simple fly hurler climaxed his brilliant From April 13, when the Cincinnati I I game-a total oi 77-will be at

j Edwards, a 25-year-old left.i I Leaguers, and in the bottom of I,a quantity basis with seven. to hire Edward Bennett Williams ball." season with two victories in theDodgers' Reds play their home night.

f handed batter who has improved the third inning, Manager Al Agreeing to terms v.ith the another gifted lawyer But the zany deed which four-game World Se- I opener, until the season ends I The Mets will play their sea

'!I in each of his three I Dark decided to make a switch.In 1:world champions were infielders who also wrote a best seller. brought him the only degreeof ries sweep over the New York : Oct. 4, a total of 438 games have son opener-and first game at

\, years in the majors, caught 148 went Edwards. And out he i Dick Tracewski and Derrell Come to think of it, this is a immortality he ever would been scheduled under the lights. Flushing meadows-on April 17

\11 I games last season and led the I Ii'l ;came, just as promptly. Then 'i Griffith, pitchers Nick Willhite, much better idea than it is a achieve in baseball came in a Postponements ar.d make-up I against Milwaukee, and the Chi-

j National League with 1,101_total.' Dark came out of the dugout. I I Ken Rowe, Norm Koch and gag.At Cincinnati hotel. To be pre- Joe SommeseRolls games raised last year's total to cago Cubs are to host Philadelphia -

,y; - Larry Staab and first baseman- any rate Chandler blast cise it happened on the 22nd 423.Since t for their first home game
: outfielder Wes Parker. ed Frick the "do-nothing floor. Dauntless Dan was Cincinnati was the homeof 'the same day.Milwaukee .

Bopp Lillard commissioner" as he calls rooming with Napoleon Reyes, 617 Set 1 the first professional: baseball I and St. Louis will
I' Chicago Fred Burdette signed him-for not stepping in and an emotional Latin, and he team, the Reds always open the last teams to have their
pitchers Wayne usurping what is clearly and once scared 10 years off season at home and they'll be in "
Carlander and Shurr and Joe Sommese Bank of Hawthorne "second: openers. The Braves
Wayne solely American League juris- Reyes' longevity tables. Nap -I action a day ahead of all other I I I
will host San Francisco and the
Pace Field infielder Leo Burke. Minnesota'sTwins diction. That's the returned to their led the Commercial clubs this meeting Hous-i
flj way Happy quarters. ye 1 i Cardinals Los
Keg signed second baseman t League at Palm Lanes last ton. The other clubs start play- Angeles on April

Bernie Allen, infielder John night with a 617 series. He had :ing the next day, with Los An- I 22.

:ii( DALLAS (AP-Jean) Bopp of i final day of qualifying at the Goryl and pitcher John Yankees Nieson. Safe games of 205-183-229. I geles entertaining St. Louis and I
The New York got Ed Suereth Mitchell's Shoes
:iit 1 : Milwaukee and Bill Lillard of All Star Bowling Tournament SchedulingCosts New York at Philadelphia, Chicago I
Stafford and How-
I pitchers I
Dallas will had a 615 on 177-182-256 with at Pittsburgh and Milwaukee -
,t pace a sharply re- today. ard Kitt to to terms. The
I agree the latter high single for'
San Francisco.
rr'? duct. field of survivors into the game at
ff Mrs. Bopp, a housewife, has Cleveland Indians received a the; night. Clint Benton, Mc- Philadelphia and Los Angeles :

piled up a record 20-game totalof signed contract from outfielderAl Loyola Coy Building Supply, had a 608 will open their seasons under ..,..t-
and the
f\: OB Game 4195, shattering the previous Phillies Smith signed outfielder Philadelphia Alex / on 246-193-169. the lights, and so will Houston, CLEANINGREPAIRING
\ mark set by Marion Ladewiglast Mitchell's came up with 998-

I year by 10 pins. Mrs. Bopp Johnson. 1034-1054-3091. Schlitz hit 977-

l Now Set rolled a record 760 three game Wake ForestBy 1141-966-308-1 with the 1141 one -
of the top of the year. '
series Sunday and came back Tipoff Club games -
Monday with four game seriesof .&. I I McCoy had a 3056 set on 1078 I "We Rod
At BOB GREEN I|Monday. Many of the nation's 9721006. Them Out"Motor
Night 907 and 807 in the semifinals.
Babe North of Pomona, Gas Jets Associated Press Sports Writer I I basketball teams are taking a Milton St. Peter paced the I S Block

MIAMI (AP) The watchful Calif., was in far away second Seat belts are regarded as a break for semester examina Twilight League at Palm Lanes

I eye of television has turned the place with a 4009 aggregate.The safety device. So is so-called tions. with a 524 series. Lanny FlushedWe

Orange Bowl football classic pretty red-head shot 783 Take Wins safe scheduling for college bas I Kampe had a 204 high game. I Pick-up & Deliver

I into a night game as part of a and 795 four game blocks Mon- ketball teams. Sometimes, how- Only two are scheduled to- Oscar Araujo made the 4-10

4 three-sided bowl spectacular. day. Gainesville Tipoff Club edged ever, there are nights when night. Those include Minne-I split while Gary Hart converted RADIATOR SHOP

The change from traditional Duke Lumber 62-60 and Cen- nothing works. I sota's visit to second.ranked the 4-5-7 and Jim Bockler!

'j I New Year's Day scheduling EliminatedMrs. tral Florida Gas Jets topped Like Monday night. A seat I Michigan in a vital Big Ten the 3-7-10. White Electric

t came Monday when the National Ladewig, eight time ;Fire Department 26-20 in City I belt failed to help Wake Forest game and Purdae vs. Notre I

; Broadcasting Co. bought television -champion from Grand Rapids,;! League basketball games at and a safe schedule failed to I Dame at Fort Wayne, Ind. NEEDED I & Battery

I rights to the game for :Mich., was eliminated Sunday' K. Yonge gym last night. help national champion Chicago I II 25 tractor-trailer dump units to "TRY WAKING Service

I the next three years. The pur-;night when she failed to survive I II I'I'P.The triumph was the third in Loyola. Each was the victim of haul rock and sand in Central liiEDWARD"
chase the semifinal cut which reduced. I Florida. Permanent lease pay
price was $225,000 per I row for the unbeaten Tipoff a shocking upset. SPTS COLLEGE BASKETBALL weekly. 118 N.W. 8th Ave.

year for the game with an addi- I the womens field from 144 to.I Club five. I Loyola, ranked third in the Memphis St. 83. Chi. Loyola 63 Call Winter Garden Florida FR 2-8581
tional $75,000 to be paid for 48. I II nation and winner of 11 and 12 Maryland 91. Wake Forest 82 656-2772 America's
Largest Selling Cigar
I Bill Donigan hit 19 points and Portland 104 Nevada 74
( other Orange Bowl events. I Lillard, who won this title in I Perry McGriff 18 for Tipo f f starts, supposedly had a safe

NBC plans to air some eight 1956 has amassed a 20-game Cub. John Elder had 19 for I'schedule in its trip to Memphis I
h State, which had only an 8-6
hours of bowl action New
on total of 4363. Lillard rolled a Duke Lumber. .
\ Year's Day and night, starting 1 solid 814 four game series Monday I record. Memphis State won 83- THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 -- -- - -': : ::. ;; -
I I I Lamar Peace had 12 for Gas
with the Sugar Bowl at 2 p.m. in the final block of men's 65. I
EST, and following with the : preliminaries. I Jets and Wayne Bloodworth led Strapped Down
Rose Bowl and finally the Or-I Fire Department with eight. I And Wake Forest Coach

ange Bowl, with the latter Mike Chiuchiolo, Patchogue,!' Four games are set tomorrow Bones known for his
scheduled for an 8 p.m. EST'N.Y., stayed close on the lead night. Tipoff Club will play Gas I jumping, shouting and pacing on
kickoff. 'er's heels with 4346. He shot 839 Jets at 7:30 at GHS while Gator decided
,;the sidelines, to strap
Orange Bowl spokesmen said Monday.Joe I Docs, 2-0, take on Duke
I himself to the bench with a car
I the change was designed to take I Lumber at 9. In games at PKY, I
belt when his Dea-
I seat safety
I Mich.
Joseph Lansing, ,
meets CWAat
their game out of competition Department
,cons played Maryland at WinN.C. -
I with the Sugar and: Cotton came up with a 905 series in 7:30 and Sunland Bears tan- .
bowls and free visitors to enjoy : the final block of qualifying, gle with Penn Chem at 9. ston-Salem, Maryland won

51-82. !I- _ _ _ _ _
activities i which boosted him: to third II
in Miami.
daytime I. TIPOFF CLUB-Hicks. 2-0-4i. Heine. Those were the only two I I _ _
A night game also will negate place with 434. 0-04. Wood. 7-13.. Baldwin. 0-04. I
I Stringfeltow. 1... Neider. 1-0-2: S'enger. major college games scheduled
L'I the hot weather factor. Visiting The original field of 288 men 0-0-0: McGriff. 4-11: Donigan

Big Eight teams, used to playing was chopped to 96 Monday night 5-9-19 DIKE; Favek.LUMBER OOTotals.- Elder.. 18-26-62.5-9-19:

II weather, are sometimes exhausted -, to determine the men semi- Smith. 0-0-0; Bell 0-0-0: Blue. 3-1-7; I
Datid. 3-5-11: Townsend. 04-0 Webber. Lincoln Wins
t! by the blazing sun. !finalists. . 1-4-6. Powell.. 1-02; Williams
S 5-15. Totals. 18 24-60. I

I! I GAS JETS Peace. 64-12; McDonald.
Bowling I Il I I 04-0. .Allen.0-0-0: Kricker.0-0.0: Torres.0-4-4; Rogers 0 04... 'i Ninth Game Heard about Dart's new V8 ? It's getting around fast !

,I Pr.F.RT )IES'S Alle.v Cit ...._...____ 39 29 I Peters. 0-1-1; Punls. OOOi Whatley.
\Y L Yankees ....__.'" ._.... 226. S'ringer. 0-0-0; Ginn. 113. Totals. Alfred Foreman and Norman .. .
35 33I1urrican _
I, _
I Hogtown Greater ___.... 46tb :3L4 .... .. ...: ....__ 32 36Iiaf 1826FIRE its :_ : ::_ :_ ==. =. d_ ':. . ._ c.. = ; ,__ ':' _'-. .#-"-= .'
Bloodworth. 44- Lincoln to -
___._._ UEPT. ; Anderson shot I '
KlnjpinjCruiher ' "' 4& 30 Pints ..; ....;;___. 31 371njuneats 1
I _______ U 31 ..... :....... ... 21 40 Booth.. 033. Strickland. 1.1.3lc-. ninth win of the season last j
Maintenance ____ U 34 Ke> 04-0: nIi. 004 I Iens. than luxury and luggage than more-than-a-few other compacts.
n'i d.\\T : with adequate space
RESt LTSRebi4 ; Hot is the term that describes engines more
Rebels __.___.._._____ 41 35 3. Hurricanes I: 'ankees 3. 04-0; 044; I night, 67.30 over an outclassed i
Dr liters ___ 40li 3'4CoobaUs half Pints 1: AUc' C.ati 2. 1njun, () 0-0-0. Sh'rvid 01.1 Cajen.Fessenden performance. It describes Dart's 225 cu. in. Six exactly. This And with Dart you also get a long, strong 5-year 50,000milewarranty.
--".-"-- 39 37 ears 2. I 011. Totals. 6820. quintet. I Six has been than a match of other compacts' extra cost .* (There goes Dart. . giving you more again!)
Splinters ..........___.__ 39 37 CONDOR PRECISION Foreman ripped the net for more

J, :J' Design Merry Makers..___---._--- 38 38 3a 38 I, Aces _._._.._...___ :0 W 12Splii LI I BalltalltQualifies 24 points, and Anderson was I engines. So why a new V8? We wanted to do something special THE DEFENOAILES S GIVE YOU .YEAK/M.MO-MILC!. which : PKOTCCTION first ,,'Inst-defects Chrysler ismaterials
out of his Corporation warrants for tears or 50.000 mi** vr comes
who sports cars system.
Alley CatsBecastricker ------ 36 40I' Personal1ties __ 19 13 behind with 20. Lincolnhas for the guy never quite got
I ___ I right and workmanship and will rtplac or repair at s Chrysler Motors CarporstiouAnd
)6 40 _.___
Alley Cats II 14
1/ Dam Yankees -- 36 40 Seven Ten., __ _ _ II 14Ilmies lost only one game. here I.t'is I! 273 cubic inches of bold V8 vigor. Authorized Dealer's place of business the engine> block bud and internal parts ntah.*
,/ Pickups ____._ 334 42c _. ......___ l' 16 Fess- Cat-quick from a stop. Plenty of reserve for highway passing. manifold water pump transmission case and internal parts (ticking manual ckrtch).
........ Charles Jenkins paced .
Ramblers -.-- --- 2S" UiI Cutter Dusters ___ 18 18 torque converter. drive shaft universal JOInts tsar site and differential and rear wheel
I I' Grim Reapers ... . ..._ 23 51 I Alley Oops 15 17I enden with 10 points. This responsive power plant turns regular gas into premium bearings of its 1964 automobiles provided till ewnsr 'has the engine oil ckanftd vry 3
I RESULTS HUTtcant's ___ 1-1 18Srlke .' Anderson. it? Just the pedal toward the carpet, andyou've ntns.r4.miiewhevmersrst.n.oasit.rreiiec.eeers.condodcsseze/ I
I F Merry Makers 2. Crushers 2: Grim Terrors _.__ 14 II For AwardKaren LIXroI. -( )hens. 2-0-4 gusto. Prove nudge \ .
__._..__ 10-O-o; Foreman. 9-6-24; Johnson. and th*carburetor air filter cleaned (very( months and replaced vry 2.ear..and* *ry
I Reapers 3. Design 1: Drifters 2. Red Ees 10 32 1-0-2 got the answer-real quick! And isn't it just like Dart to ,
I 3-1-7 Toombi. ol service and
Pickups 2: Dam Yankees 4. Ramblers RESl'LTS 4-04. Mills. ; months f uniishs to such dealer evidence performance till required rlqllflt'give
''It 0: Begastrickers 3. :Maintenance I II ,I Alley Oops 4. Red Eyes 0: Alley Cats McElwain qualified for j Cason.F&SSE..DES-.JenkinJ.1-0-2. : 3-4-10 Bolen. you more action. Dart already gives you more room, comfort, th* dtaier to certify CO I receipt of such tvidtnc and (II)th* cars tha current mHear
1. Rebels 3. Alley Cats 1; HogtovtnCreaker '' 4. Horn e. 0; Aces 3. Seven Ten 1;
4. Coofballs 0. Splinters 4.I'I' Hurricanes 3. Gutter Dusters IiI 'national award in the Royal, 4-1-9; Wendell 0-1-1 Donald 1-0-2;
(Ii Kingpins 0. I Split Personalities 2. Strike Terrors I Joseph. 3-04; Jerry. 1-0-2. Dart
Bantam at
SPTSTUES--- - 2. Poultry League Score by quarters: Compact Dodge
TRIPLE MIXED Lincoln ______ 12 16 15 --67
TCMBLEKSW L I SCNOAT W L Palm Lanes with a 509 series Fessenden 7 1 8 9-30
Bank ol Nwtrry 44 ,I 57 19 of 183-148-178. David .
234t Gainesville Moose on games .. '
Ace Electric ........-.-..- 44 24 Farm Bureau 45 31 oooccorvtstoM
t Walsh's Barber Shop 36 32 I Busch Bavarian -.__ 41 31 Mead had a 467 and'Ronnie Carson Leads 14 MOTORS ORPORATI09POOLEGABLE
S It S Cleaners 324 :uI University City Bank 44 32 Thames 452.
S. E. SappChandler's 31 36 P)'rofaz Gas __ 41 3S
__ ....._ _
' 31 3'7 I Gridley Music :M 40
Cotton Minlt Mart __ 29 3111i i KlrkpatHck! (. Plerson-_ :31 45 Miss McElwain's 183 also will, Steve Carson had 101-1U-215
Butler's Radiator Shoo _.'_ 23 .as Bar ___-- 29 4TBe'k get a national award as will 1'in the Police Benevoent As- MOTORS
RESULTSBank LJndsey ..._._- 29 47
of Newberry 4. WtUh'i Barber, Cent. Fla. Tile & Marble 13 S3HFSCLTS :a 186 by Ronnie Picard and a.:sociation loop at Palm Lanes.
Oi 8. E. Sapp 4. Buyer's Radiator!I
bop 0: Ace Electric 3. Chandler's 111 Busch Bavarian 4. Belk Undsey, 0: 179 by Thames. I Mike Yielding hit 203 and Nan-
S It S Cleaners 3. Cottons Xtait University Ci y Bank 3. Farm Bureau Fantastic .
Four had a 1867 ser- McElwain 201.
Mart 1. 1; Pyrofax: Gas 3. Klrkpatnckfc I 119 S.E. 1st Ave. Gainesville Florid
GENERAL ELErTRlCW I I Pieraon 1{ Gridley Music 3. Cent. ies and a 689 high game. Steve Wildcats rolled a 1074 set anda
L Fin Murble li Gainesville
TILe *
Rebeto 41 27 Moose 2, Knotts Bar 2. [Myrick made the 5-7 split. I 581 high game. ,

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Gainesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964BUSINESS _ _ .

oj MARKET Bailey To Run, FSU Student Blamed I\

I./'t I 4. I

j In 3-Deatli Wreck i

\ :7 REVIEW Vn Lists Platform .. Levy .-

BRONSON An inquest con Testifying at the inquest yesterday -
TALLAHASSEE (APThomas ) -ications. ducted by Lew County JudgeW. were Trooper W. A. Hall-
supplemental employment fund D. Bailey the school teacher Expansion of the junior college F. Anderson yesterday resulted man and Sgt. J. H. Ross of the
; Dividend Interest Income are taxable. who hit the top, was in the running system. in the finding that two Florida Highway Patrol and

today for re-election as The award-winning new coursein Jacksonville men met their I Levy County Deputy Sheriff
State of Education
Next: Which tax return formto Superintendent Americanism vs. Communism death in a wreck at Chiefland Sammy Cason.
a post he has held for 15 designed to give high school students -
use. Friday night "as the result of I Hallman produced photo-
Double Check years. a greater appreciation of an automobile driven by Ronald graphs and measurements
Getting a Over the CounterBID Bailey announced his candid- the American way of life as opposed Edward Loos of Miami." I which indicated that the car
the achiev- to Communism. driven Loos and headed east
acy Monday, listing by
Loos, 20, a student at Florida
and ments of his administration and Bailey called for continued improvement I on State Road 500 ran off on the
EDITOR'S NOTE There strike benefits est on state municipal
( fatal-
I pay, generally Alico 7% State University, also was
for continued in methods of teach shoulder of the road for
calling improve- right a
j are some important changesIn paid> by unions, income from estates -bonds, subsistence and rental Advances ly injured when the car he was I
Ii ment as his platform. ing, more comprehensive high distance of 212 feet. Hallman
the method for filing your members of the Amer driving collided head-on with a
allowance to Express 36% I
and trusts, prizes for schools and said that Loos
I a long-range apparently pulledthe
tax return on 1963 income. Amer Fidelity Life 25/ Among those named were: pro- pickup truck at the eastern city j
which you did something to win. armed forces: public assistance & gram of providing adults and car back on the highway
Here in the first of five
special and limits of Chiefland. i
Amer Heritage Life 18% Expansion improvementof
rundown of Some examples of non-taxable payments to the blind, gifts in youth the special vocational- crossed into the wrong lane and
articles is
a income which doesn't have tobe Amer Pioneer Life 4% the minimum foundation program technical education they need.Bailey's Killed instantly were James hit the left front of the truck driVen -
changes and a report ont money or anything of value for Anheuser-Bush ______ 45% which guarantees all Walter Bevis, 60, and Ernest,
t other principal points you reported: which you performed no serv, Atlantic Nat'l Bank 105 schools the same basic educational career began in 1919 Coleman Scott, 39, both of Jack-j[ Hallman by Bevis.said both vehicles
; should keep in mind.) Federal Social Security benefits ice, unemployment compensation .. Avon Products 138 formula. after he was graduated from I sonville. Bevis was the driver of i. within
Wofford College in Spartanburg, apparently were traveling
; veterans benefits from the paid by a state, although I Bank of America 67% Higher teacher pay and quali- S. C. He taught grades five to I the pickup truck, which was:' the legal speed limit of 55
By JAMES MARLOW Veterans Administration to vet supplemental employment benefits .. Barnett Nat'l Bank 86 towing a boat, and Scott was his miles hour.Bryant.
11 in South Carolina and was per
I Associated Press Writer I erans and their families, inter- from a company-financed t Carlon Products 3% Ordinance : passenger. ,
f principal of schools in Govan a
Main points in filing your tax Charter Mortgage 1% S. C. before Critically injured in the acci- Speaks
Georgetown, com
return on 1963 income: Dead. Cowles Mag 11% Curbs Smokes ing to Florida.In dent was David George Hyde,
line-midnight, April 15. Dun & Bradstreet 65% Florida, he was president 20, of North Jacksonville Beach, Tomorrow At
Income-Report only the tax- Want a Stock Duline CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP- of the Thomas Industrial Insti- a passenger in the car driven by
able kind not the non-taxable, Florida Gas 11 Boys Ranch
; Parma City Council passed an tute at DeFuniak Springs and supervising -Loos. Hyde, also a student at
like Social Security payments. Fla Nat'l Bank 53% ordinance Monday night which principal of schools in FSU, was listed in "fair" con-
Dividends and Interest Listed in the Sun? Fla Public Utilities 23% prohibits selling, giving or furnishing DeFuniak Springs, Ocala and dition at the University of Flori- PALATKA Gov. Farris
Something new has been added. Fla Steel lO'/s cigarettes, cigars and Tampa. da Medical Center this morning.He I Bryant will be the main speaker

Since Jan. 1, 1963 organiza- The Gainesville Sun lists on its Financial Page daily a Fla Tel 25 other tobacco products to per- Bailey is a past president anda was on the critical list for at the Rodeheaver Boys
tions paying interest or div Reader's Stock List in addition to Fla Tile 11 Ranch annual barbecue luncheon
you Request the daily sons under 18 years of age, life member of the Florida Ed- three days. I
idends of $10 or more have had Associated Press stock list of current quotations. Twicea Gulf Life ___ 57% even with a note from the ucation Association, and a life I Judge Anderson said the I tomorrow. Doyle Con-
to inform the Internal Revenue Unchanged ...241_ par-I ,ner, commissioner of agriculture -
year The Sun invites readers to submit the names of '
member of the Florida Congressof inquest was conducted in the
Service. So be sure to report stocks they would like listed each day, if available.If Herff Jones _15% ents.Violators I j will be the master of cere-
are liable to a fine Parents and Teachers and the death of the two Jacksonville:
yours. you have several stocks that you would like addedto Holiday Inns 17% of $25 to $100 for the first of-' National Education Association. men.because they died at the monies for the occasion.
Social Security Number-List Homes Enter 15% All Putnam County Civic Club
the list send them to Financial Editor GainesvilleSun
fense. Penalties for subsequent He was born in Lugoff, S. C. scene of the accident. Loos dieden
yours on your return. There's a Box 57 Gainesville Fla. There is for Hudson Pulp 26% I Members have been invited to
no charge
offenses include fines of $50 to in 1897. He is married and the route to the hospital in:
to do 49 ranch members and directors
$5 penalty for failing so. Int-CtyT&T join
$300 and 5 to 60 days in jail. father of two daughters.from Gainesville. ,
W-2 Withholding Statements- The Reader's Request Stock List quotations are provided Jax Min Mkts 6 to inspect the facilities.
These receipts for tax withheld to The Sun by Pierce, Wulbern, Murphey Corp., brok- Kennasaw Life __ 11% meet the boys and enjoy the
from your 1963 pay must be en- erage house here. Lewis Bus Forms 17% barbecue.Gov. .
closed with your return. New 1963-4 highs Bryant will pay special

Return Forms-Generally the Please list the following: New 1963-4 lows YOUR MONEY'S WORTH tribute to members of the
choice is between form 1040 and E. F. MacDonald 5% Knights of the Round Table, a

1040A. Anyone can use 1040. But 1- -___________ Orkin Exterm 19% !new club at the ranch organized -

only people with less than $10- 2- Redwing Carriers 10% I to provide financial support
000 income can use 1040A and -- -- -- -- Schlitz Brewing 45% and Save Taxes-6 ; for the more than two dozen

then only if, in that income, 3 .- ---- Total Issues .. ........ .1335 Clip on a.j ... needy boys who reside there.
there is not more than $200 in I G. D. Searle 64% \J\ The boys come from throughout
dividends or interest and wages 4-- -- ------- -- --- Shop Rite Foods 26 Florida. t1

from which tax was not with- 5 --- -- -- So Nitrogen 17% __________________ By Sylvia PorterIf The ranch was founded by
held. Stock. What. & D 9% the well known evangelist, Homer -
Refunds-If too much tax was All new additions to the Reader's Request Stock List Thurow Elec 2V& you're a businessman, investor the Treasury last year. or professional men who oper- Rodeheaver and Harry
withheld from your income in must be received at the Sun offices by February 1, 1964. Travelers Ins 197 or any other person who Here is how it works. ate as individual proprietors or Westbury, a Palatka rancher.

1963, you can get a refund but Jim Walter 31 lends money at a discount, you Ordinarily, the Treasury I partners became eligible to set I The ranch covers 790 acres of

only by filing a return. Name ........ -- ____ _. received a vaulable tax break treats each payment you, the up and contribute to their own!land and it is located 12 miles
L Something new has been add- Egg Market lender receive, as partly a return -retirement plans in 1963. south of Palatka on the St.

ed here. Now you can ask for Address Late MorningN. of your loan and as partly If you, a self-employed per- Johns River.Dade .
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your refund in U.S. Savings --- JACKSONVILLE (AP) The discount income. As a result, you son, did this through your own

Bonds. Or, as in the past you Northeast Florida Egg Market Y. ListingAllisChal have to start reporting income plan or through joining a plan COllllt, 'S
can get it in cash or have it prices to retailers: from the very first payment, sponsored by your professional -
credited to your estimated tax (! ctfut.suil1e unReaders' Extra large 52-55, mostly 53%; 16% Jones&L 67% even though it may take many or business organization or FairclothTo
on 1964 income. large 48-52, mostly 5051, me, Alcoa 73/& Kaiser Al 35 payments over several years be- through purchasing a special-
Who must file a return? You dium 45-50, mostly 49; small 41.. AmAirl 37% Kennecott 78% fore you get back the actual type U. S. bond, you should en-, Announce

must. whether or not you- owe 44, mostly 42. Am Brk 49% Ligg&M 72 amount money you gave as a ter the deductible portion of the I' MIAMI (AP) Rep. Earl
tax, if: II AmBdPar 29 LockAir 34 loan.If. contributions you made for Faircloth of Dade County was
1. You were under 65 this includes AmCan 43% Lorillrd 40% you're an investor who buys yourself on line 8 of page 1 of expected to announce his candidacy -
children and had in- AmCyan 60% Magnav 39% mortgages or other loans at a Form 1040. in the race for state attor-
come of $600 or more. ReThe AmMot 16% Mpl Hon 138% discount, a new court decisionin If you are a business or pro- ney general during a news con-
2. You were 65 on or before Jan. 1, 1964 and had income of AmTob 26% Mohas 11% in the case of the businessmanwho any of your depreciable equipment

$1,200 or more.If AmpexCp 15% Monsan 63% lends at a discount, you, machinery or trucks in, day.Faircloth, 43-year-old first I
you were self-employed you are( requested following specifically market by quotation readers Anacond 47% MontWd 34% the investor who buys at a discount 1963, you must watch out for two term legislator, scheduled the
must file a return and pay a of The. Sun financial page. The quotation STOC]r LISTINGS Armour 48% N Dairy 65 are ordinarily expected to new problems. announcement Monday to settle
are furnished by Pierce. Wul-
Social Security tax of 5.4 per berne Murphey Investment Service Babcock 53 Nat Dist 25 treat the mortgage paymentsyou First, any profit you madeon speculation over whether he
cent on your net income from here.) Beth Stl 33% No AmAv 48% receive as part return ol the sale which otherwise would seek the office in Novem-
$400 to $4,800. The net is what's BoeingBorden 36% Olin Math 46% investment and part discount in would have been taxed as a
left after deducting business ex 66% Penney 45% come. .capital gain will instead be ber.Last week, Gov. Bryant appointed -
NEW JAN. 20 Prevo Close Dow Jones 1st How
penses. : Brunswk 10% PRR 27% But the various courts have taxed for 1963 as ordinary in- Atty. Gen. Richard Er-
Note: This selfemploymenttax "it "sw l'.rt Ttis 772.941 Indust. I 1.77 CaterTr 50% Pep Cola 51 carved out an exception to this come to the extent of all the vin to the State Supreme Courtto

is in addition to the regular High Low Close Net Chg. 181.391 I Rails I 0.74 Celanese 59 Phil Mor 70% rule where the mortgage in- depreciation you took on that fill the vacancy created by
income tax you pay, like every 25 Rails 129.70 127.76 128.43 Off .19 Chrysler 38% Phil Pet 48 vestments are "speculative" property after 1961. To help the death of Justice Glenn Ter
one else. 25 Industrials! 764.42 750.99 753.88 Off 5.00 I 140.401 Utilities I Up 0.2t CocaCol 112 RCA 105% and many second and third you figure this out properly, the
Even if you're 65 or older, but 50 Stocks 447.06 439.37 441.15 Off 3.10 I 271.701 65 Stocks I 0.5 i Com Ed 51 Rep Stl 40% mortgages are. Here the courts Treasury has added to its offi- rell.The governor appointed his
are self-employed, you must pay Con Edis 83% RevlonRey 37% say that the mortgage pay- cial Capital Gains Schedules a own executive assistant, James
the 5.4 per cent Social Securitytax 5,580,000 I Volume I 1,240,000Dividends ContCanDowCh 43% Tob 38% ments to you do not represent new part called "Gain from disposition -Kynes, 35, attorney general to

on your $400-to-$4,800 in- ,Admiral Corp. ______ 191s PuoServE&G 75 70% St Reg p 33% any discount income until you of depreciable property replace Ervin.
come although you may be receiving Air Reduction _. ._ 58% Pure Oil _--- 41% Shares 3.52 DuPont 246 Seab Al 44% have received a total of mort- under Section 1245." Kynes has not said whether he
Social Security pay- Allied Chem 55% Ranco -.-- 17% Dreyfus Fund 18.79 EAL 32 Sears R 99% gage payments equal to what I The second problem will apply -would seek election. Indicationswere
ments. Amerada Pet.-. 71% Raytheon 19% Fidelity Fund 16.73 EastKo 115% Sinclair 45% you paid for the mortgage. Al- to you if you cut your 1962 that he would.
Since there are limits on how Amer Cyanamid 60% Reynolds Metals .......... 35% Fidelity Trend 17.79 Firestne 37% Socony 68% though, unfortunately, the courts taxes with the help of the investment Both Kynes and Faircloth are
much income a person over 65 Amer Elec Pow _ 40=%! Royal Dutch Pet 51% Fundemental Inv 10.24 Fla PI 74% SouthnC 531Ford % don't agree on the exact mean-I credit for certain depreciable Democrats and both are gradu-
can earn and still draw Social Amer Home Prod _-.. 64% Ryder Systems 11% Group Securities Stk 13.45 M 51% SperryR 19% ing of "s p e cuI ative," the business propertyyou ates of the University of Florida
Security payments, be sure you Amer Mach & Fdry 18% Safeway Stores 597s Inc Fund of Boston 8.44 Forem'dFreept 10% StBrand 73% dorsed a definition which helps bought in 1962 and if for Law School.
understand them. Amer Nat Gas 42% San Diego Imp 10% Incorp Income Fund 9.48 35 StO NJ 76% the investor. A mortgage is any reason you sold this property
There are two big helps in Avco Corp 21% Seaboard Finance 21% Invent Trust of Boston 12.46 Frue T 28% Stud'bkr 6% Fourth Circuit in 1963 en- in 1963. Duke InjuredST.
making out your return-the in- Bell & Howell-_ 23 Smith Kline 67% Keystone Cus K 1 9.32 G Dynam 23% Swift 44 that it will be carried out com I If you did sell, you must give
struction sheet and the booklet: Borg Warner 45% Southern hR -- 61% Keystone Cus K 2 5.42 Gen Elec 84% Texaco 70 pletely. When you buy this typeof I back on your 1963 return the MORITZ, SwitzerlandAP
1. IRS sends every taxpayeran Ind 437/8 Square D 51 Keystone Cus S 4 4.45 Gen Fds 87% Thiokol 16 mortgage, the court says, tax benefit you took on your ( ) The Duke of Kent
instruction sheet with the Burlington Burroughs .- 24 Std Oil (Cal) 61% Mass Inv Trust 15.57 G Mills 39 UCarb 121% you can recover your cost in '1962 return. sprained two ligaments in his

tax-rates, tax-tables, and an- Cinn Gas & Elec 25% Std Oil (Ind) 64 Mass Inv Growth 8.54 Gen Mot 77% Unit Airc 41% full before any part of the mort- The place for returning this left leg while skiing over the
swers to questions. Clark Equip 41% Stone & Webster 58% Medical Sec Fund 11.89 GoodrchGoodyr 54 Un Frt 21% gage payments to you is discount -,credit is on line 15 of page 1 weekend, it was learned Mon-
2. For more detailed infOrmation -\Coastal States-Gas 34'8 Tenn Gas Trans 20% Nat'l Sec Growth 8.68 41V4 US STL 55% income.As of Form 1040. Here it will be day.The
than you find in this series Colgate-Palm 40% Texas East Trans 20% Nat'l Sec Stk 8.25 Greyhd 44% Univ Mat 12% a businessman you'll find I added to your 1963 tax. I 28-year-old duke, eighthin
or the instruction sheet, get Columbia Gas 29% Tidewater Oil 39 Putnam Growth Fund 9.04 GlfOil 49% WestgEl 31% new lines on your 1963 tax returns -! Tomorrow: News for teachers ' order of succession to the

"Your Federal Income Tax"I Continental Bak-_ 52% Transwestern Pipe 10 Telv Elec Fund 7.79 Int Harv 59% Winn Dix 30% made necessary by pre students, deserted wives, divorced British throne, fell Saturday

from the nearest IRS office. Itsa Control Data 89 Union Elec .-............. 26% Value Line Inc 5.31 Int Nick 70% Woolwth 74% vious tax law changes. For in- husbands, members of I while practicing for the British

144-page booklet, costs 40 I Dan River -- 17% Union Pac ,??,??.. 40% Wellington Fund .........14.M Int Pap 32% stance self-employed business Alcoholics Anonymous, etc. army ski championships.Another .

cents, and is very good. I' Dome Mines ________ 27 Union Tank Car 35

Deductions-Claim all you Duke Power ................ 66 U. S. Tobacco 27%
can to reduce your income before El Paso Nat Gas 20!% Virginia Elec Pow 45 Feminine Touch in FloridaBy I
what's left is taxable. Examples Eversharp 24% Warner-Lambert 25% Missing

: State income taxes, Fairchild Camera 33% Wheeling Steel 32
Xerox . . . ..
interest state : Corp 86
house mortgage Food Fair 21%
gasoline taxes, charitable con Gen Tel & Elec 33% AM. STOCK ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE men have been excluded from male politician whose wife is(office just to get their name be- point of view was
tributions. Gillette 31 A mysteryof all decision-making places in not an integral part of his acti-i fore the people as young law- expressed by Mrs. Ouida Bag-
Everyone, without the need to Glidden 45 Asrojet General 36% Florida politics is how few the State government. vities," remarks the Governor. ''yers in particular may do.
itemize his deductions or prove I W. R. Grace 52% Brillo Mfg women occupy decisionmakingplaces Governor Farris Bryant has, "Likes marry likes, or they| Mrs. Johnson, in such demand gett Regan, who head a multi-

he had them, gets a standard W. T. Grant 24 British Pet 713/16 in the State government.No for example, brought two gifted become likes. Yes, women are|;that she must ration her out-of- million dollar Pensacola construction -
deduction of 10 per cent of his' Gt. Atl & Pac.. 37% BVD Co. 17% woman today holds by II women Miss Dena Snodgrassof very definitely a part of our political county speeches to two a month, company. Mrs. Regan
income up to a limit of $1,000 Gulf Oil _.._- 49% Cinerama 00 11% election any position above the Jacksonville and Mrs. NeilS. process." always urges women to become was chairman of Governor Bry.ant's
for non-business expenses. Example Hallicrafters 7 Data Control 43% rank of State Senator. No woman Bitting of Ocala into the As to why there are so few women -active, with planning boards, I Interim Council on Economic
: Charitable contributions Homestakes Mines 43% Gen Development 5 serves in the Governor's government recently as members candidates, Governor Bry- school boards, city commissionsand I I Development and since
medical bills, interest on Household Finance 57% Gen Plywood 13% "Little Cabinet." No womanis of the new State Libraryand ant muses it may be that "the county commissions all of- has moved up to the Southeastern -
the house mortga e. Ingersoll-Rand 81% Heinicke Instru ___ 12% a member of a board of the Historical Commission, to, Puritan tradition of treating fering opportunity for useful I States Advisory Committeeof I
If your expenses were higher Int Bus Mach 552 Ins. Co of N Amer 92% stature of the Board of Control, help give drive to a phase of women as though they were on public service."I the U. S. Small Business Ad- \
than the standard allows for, Int Tel & Tel 55% Kawecki Chem 22% the Development Commission, life which appears to be interesting a pedestal is in conflict with the think women have a real I ministration.

then itemize them and claim Johns Manville 51% LaLand-& Explor ____- the Road Board, or the Indus- more and more Flori-! political tradition. talent for local government, andI i "Like so many women, over I
them in full. I Keystone Wire 38% Lucky Friday 31% trial Commission.It dians as the frontier recedes.But Best known statewide of Flo- believe we need more of themto the years I had developed the

Note this: When married Kroger .-...-.-.-,..??-,-. 29 Mary Carter .... .. 7% is not that with 52 per cent of the rida women in politics today is get into policy-making posi- feeling that there was some-
couples file separate returns Litton Inds 71% Maryland Cup _, 36% none have. As persons eligible to vote in Flori- Orlando's Beth (Mrs. George tions," she opines. "The main thing 'dirty' about politics,"
each is allowed a standard deduction Lone Star Gas 23% Mead Johnson 22% long ago as da being women that sex W.) Johnson, first to be electedto thing about women in publiclife confides Mrs. Regan. "It just
Louisville Gas & Elec 36% Nat'l BellasHess 5% 1928, Florida Cracker shows what may seem to be remarkably the State Senate. She was is that if they are know- seemed so rough and
of than
no more $500 nasty,
Louisville & Nashville 92 Paddington Corp_ 41 voters elected a little interest in seeking elected to the House of Repre- ledgeable in their specializedfields sometimes, and so unfair. But
each. Madison Fund _______ 22 Phillips Elec & Phar 62 woman to the Politics policy-making offices in the sentatives in 1957, moved to the they just don't have any I then I let myself get exposed to
of taxable in-
Some examples Magnavox: 39% Rayette 48% Public Utilities' State government. With the Senate in 1962. trouble getting along." I a campaign, a statewide campaign .
come which must be reported: Melville Shoe J6% Sperry Rand Wts _' 9 Commi sion, qualifying period just ahead for Asked why more women don't Senator Johnson is a prime here in Florida, when I- 1
Wages salaries, tips, bonuses, Merck 114% Syntex: Corp 147% another to Congress the Democratic and Republican -seek election, Mrs. Johnson replied -example of how success follows)I took an active part in the election
commissions rents, .profits G. C. Murphy 21% Tampa Elec 25% and a third to the Legis- primaries the opportunity : knowing the facts. She earned of a governor, and it wasn't- .
from a business, profession or National Biscuit 56% Technicolor 18% lature. In subsequent years, presents itself for a change "I'd like to know the answerto I respect in the House by doing dirty at all.
farm: interest on savings accounts Nat Cash Reg 76 there has been a feminine Motor in this situation. that too. I think a woman has her homework as a member of
stock dividends, dividends Pac Gas & Elec 32% MUTUAL FUNDS ft Vehicle Commissioner (one Governor Bryant suggests to be awfully sure of her acceptance -the vital Committee on Finance "On the contrary, I found it
(which are really inter- Parke Davis __ 35 INVESTMENT CO of the Little Cabinet offices), women exert more of an influ- before she tries. I think a and Taxation, and was identi- a most rewarding experience, }
est) from savings and loan association Pfizer 49% and there has been a woman ence on government, by indirection majority of women when theydo fied with the leadership of the in the sense that I was a work-
profits from the saleor Phila Elec 34% Affiliated Fund 8.22 member of the Board of Con- than may be generally run are elected." Senate in getting significant ing and functioning part of this i,
exchange of property, Polaroid 162% Broad St Inv 14.66 recognized. Senator Johnson opined that mental health and higher edu- democratic process that we call ,
g."bling winnings, severance Proctor & Gamble 84% Divers grth stk 9.34 trol.Nor does this mean that woe "I don't know of a successful very few women run for public cation bills passed. elections.:* (

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.Tuesday, January 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun "9r:1I

: Nuclear Explosives Could Dig Cheaper Canal Sea Graver .

i I For Female

K'ruiJnrh Simra feasibility of such a nuclear ex- plosives to dig a new canal has in 1914, cost $380 million. By culties, the canal digging project , II

: By JOHN W. FINNEY I I cavation project was discussedin been under study since 1958. today's dollars it is estimated it faces one major diplomatic

a letter to Sen. John O. Pas- Studies concluded that the cost would cost $1.2 billion to con- difficulty. The Nuclear Test BalloonistNEWPORT

: WASHINGTON The Atomic, tore, chairman of the Joint Congressional of nuclear excavation would be struct.As Ban Treaty, at the insistence of the SUNACCIDENT
Energy Commission estimates Atomic Committee four to
Energy considerably cheaper .
i the Soviet Union, does not
a result of Progress in Developing per-| BEACH, Calif.
that nuclear '
with explosives
a from Gerald W. Johnson ten times cheaper depending on mit I
1 new sea-level canal could be I of the commission's Lawrence the route than conventional explosives, JoJmson explosions for peaceful pur- (AP-Barbara Keith, the flying
1! dug the Panamanian Isthmus said, "the excavation of the poses. Underground explosions grandmother who died at sea ROUNDUPThe ,1:20 p.m. at the intersection ofll
across Radiation Laboratory in Liver- construction of a canal. I
at cost of $500 million. Sasardi-Moarti route could be are permitted so long as the radioactive -: during the first Catalina Chan- Gainesville police this SW 12th Street and 2nd Avenue.
a more, Calif. On the basis of the commis- \
The nuclear: excavation project sion studies, it appeared that accomplished in the near future debris does not go I nel hot air balloon race, was morning reported the following Peter S. Smith (parked Fart,

J could be conducted without f The Johnson letter, made available the cheapest route, and one I with the assurance that the fall- beyond the territory of the nation named "the first lady of hot air persons involved in accidents in I Pinehurst Park, and John Rich-

i posing a radioactive health I by the congressional sufficiently isolated to permit lout would be in the range of a in which the test was con- ballooning" as plans were laid the city yesterday and today: ardson, Keystone Heights about

4 hazard and at about one tenth I committee, was written before nuclear excavation, would be!hundredfold less than projectedin ducted. for next j ear's race. Willie Fay Witt, 2406 NE 1st 4 p.m. at the intersection of N.

J the cost of conventional construction -'the I diplomatic crisis between II the so called SasardiMortiroute the 1960 study." This reduction Before any canal project can Mrs. Keith, 42, from Hartford, Ave., and Imogene L. Bartley, Main Street and 6th Avenue.
methods, AEC Studies the United States and Panama,, he said, "is considered ad- be Nevvberry about 7:50: a.m. yesterday Paul Herman Hildebrand,
about 110 miles east of I undertaken, therefore, it Conn., was found in the ocean
I over the present Panama Canal. I equate to meet any safety requirements I at the intersection of W. 3702 SW 19th St.. and Alberta
show. I' the present canal in eastern Pa-, would probably be necessary to::Monday, locked in the seat of I
The effect of this crisis, how:', for the canal. University Avenue and 8th i Diego Melina, 1230 NW 4th
The AEC )roposal is to detonate nama. I obtain an amendment to the I the hot air balloon that had lift-
a series of buried thermo-!ever, has been to stimulate consideration The I technical dimOntIleJob iA i- test ban Street. I Place, about 5:25: p.m. in the
I I present canal, completed Apart from the ] treaty. ed her off Santa Catalina Island .
nuclear explosives. The explosives -:, of building a new canal 48 hours earlier. Susan G. Beauregand, Apt. 'i 400 block NW 13th Street.

1 create a 60-mile-long in the Central American re- 3, of 3 Boulevard, and Wallace I' Henry Samuel Black, 2021 NW

I' with nuclear Ferd Spence, 4700 Archer Road, 5th Ave., and Leslie Reginald
ditch 1,000 feet wide and 250 gion, presumably . I An autopsy showed she
I I feet deep. explosives.The I / W : : i \ NM I drowned. Chief Deputy Coroner about 8 a.m. yesterday at the.Nehiley, 1216 NW 1st Ave.,

The technical and economic] idea of using nuclear ex-! ; Gene Massey also said she developed intersection of W. University about 6 p.m. at the intersectionof
I ---- ; y. 1ycS :. :a. I pneumonia before she Avenue and 14th Street. I NW 5th Avenue and 17th .

1 1I Joshua L. Beck, 1016 SE 39th,Street.

I died.He Place, about 10:45: a.m. at the' Jeffrey Marvin Walker, 405

5 estimated the balloon fell intersection of SW 2nd Avenue II NW 19th Lane, Apartment D,

ty lal into the sea about 6:15: p.m. and 2nd Street. and City Patrolman J. L. Erwin,

4 Saturday, and said the time of Sara Yancey Belknap, 1217 3331 SE 15th St., about 12.15: a.

OUSEES1 '. ,. S : death was probably 2 a.m. Sun- SW 3rd Ave., and Grace T. Mil- m. today in the 900 block of NE

W IN;1\\OR\ltU y I day, almost 8 hours later. lican, 1327 NE 6th Terr., about I 16th Avenue.
Members of the California
: I1a

Balloon Club, however, were un-

l \\i\1\\ \ daunted.In Service News J
x a prepared statement issued -
( I after a meeting Monday,
tJt: : I. they said: "We are all terribly I After being promoted to lieu- ently.A .

\} t ta grieved at the passing of a gal- tenant colonel, John J, Masters, platoon sergeant in the bat
!! lant and wonderful person, Bar- Reuben Masters I
M bara 39, son of C. talion' 546th Medical Company -
t\ \ I Sr., of St. Augustine, received. near Karlsruhe Dennis
"With the number of boats '
k I the silver oak leaf denoting entered the Army in July 1948
and in the it is
I aircraft area,
his new rank from his wife,I'I and arrived overseas in September
inconceivable to all of us that
I Clen, during ceremonies held at 1962 on this tour of
Mrs. Keith's descent not
was Fort Leavenworth, Kan., re-I

'.. ......... .... ..y. .N...... .. .--*-. 'j I' 0_ seen and she located. cently. Colonel Masters is at- duty.
t. I "We believe the magnificent Dennis is a 1947 graduate of
tending the regular course at
performance of Ed Zost in win- I Sneads High School. His wife,
the U.S. Army Command and
ning the landing safely Maria, is with him in Germany.
race General Staff College at the
/ THE INSTANT YOU TURN ON THIS TV and exactly where predicted I

while other balloonists came I fort.He

down just short of the mainland, entered the Army in 1943 Ohio Denis

indicates the challenge and and was last stationed in Ger-

Training competitiveness of the race. many. The colonel is a graduate Leave Hands

"The balloonists are anxiousto of St. Joseph's Academy in

I M. T. Mustian, administrator at Alachua General Hospital (left) and L. R. see the race continue, and the St. Augustine.His .

I Jordan, director of the University of Florida Hospital (right) talk over inventory club is formulating plans for mother, Mrs. Helen S. Off Race

I procedures in the county hospital with David Kohr, resident in hospital next year's race, hoping to exemplify Masters, lives on Route 4,

: .. I< administration at the University. Jordan, who is an associate professor of man- the spirit typified by the Gainesville. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP -

f agement, is supervising Kohr's year of on-the-job training at the University first lady of hot air ballooning, Registered Democratic voters

\ Hospital. Part of the residency year includes practical experience at commun- Barbara Keith." Airman Eric L. Molt, son of will decide without a recommendation -

.4 .. ity hospitals such as Alachua General, where Kohr is spending two weeks in Mrs. Keith's body was located Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott of 1321 from the Ohio party

1: January. eight miles off Dana Point by NW 21st Ave., has been selectedfor organization between Lt. Col.

the crew of a Coast Guard cut- technical training as an air John H. Glenn Jr. and incumbent -

t He's ter. The recovery spot is about policeman at Lackland AFB, U.S. Sen. Stephen M.
Learning to Keep 25 miles due east of Santa Cata- Tex. Young for Senate nominationin

4 i 2 lina Island, where nine balloon-' Airman Mott has just com- Ohio's May 5 primary elec-

i l ists took off Saturday afternoon. pleted his basic military train- tion.The

Coast Guard spokesmen said ing at Lackland.The Glenn camp, Young and

Hospital Running Smoothly Mrs. Keith's body, encased in airman is a graduate of State Democratic Chairman

Model P3380 '"""""' I an inflated lifejacket, was tied Gainesville High School. William L. Coleman all say

to the balloon's gas tanks by they are satisfied with the out-
One man who is helping to University, of Florida is looking phase of his training, which I 25-foot rope.Another Airman William W. Stalnak- come of Monday's political has
l : You See The Picture . Hear The Sound save lives in his community I forward eagerly to a lifetime in I gave him a general view of the length of tied
rope and W. C.
of Mr. Mrs.
hospital cannot be identified by this field He is David Kohr, operation of the hospital, and her body to a stuffed poodle! she er Stalnaker, son of Brooker, has been sle.But the newcomer to politics,

; \ It's Exclusive Westinghouse I'a white coat or a stethoscope. I graduate student in hospital ad- the rotation phase, when he had laughingly described as her reassigned to MacDill AFB, in Glenn, appears to be the big
He doe s n't perform surgery, ministration and an administrative spent some time in each of the copilot. I
for and duty as
I I I prescribe medicines or deliver resident at the UniversityH major hospital departments. Tampa training
The state's first preprimary
"INSTANT-ON" TV babies, but the hospital couldn'trun 0 s pita1. Kohr of Fremont, Part of his training includedthe an administrative specialist.
political convention adoption
Airman Stalnaker recently since
without him. Ohio, is combining a year of on- opportunity to do an unusual Sad Story
I completed basic military train- of the popular-primary system -
the-job experience with the job in hospital organization
.. That man is the hospital administrator ing at Lackland AFB, Tex. two generations ago broke
I of research that of the
writing a on "unit The "If TrueNEW
paper manager.
It's his job to see t He is a 1963 graduate of Brad- up without endorsement for either
a phase of hospital is of the
practice. University
I I Hospital one
that people who work in his ford High School at Starke. Young of Glenn-and as a

i ALL 1963 MODELS hospital are in the right place When he finishes this year of I few in the nation which relieves YORK (AP) When result, for nobody for any office

iI i .I at the right time and with the experience in the hospital, its nurses of administrative -i Isidoro Aponpe boarded a sub- Paul E. Sullivan Jr., seaman, at stake this year.
I REDUCED I. right tools when issues of life'Kohr, 23, will receive a mas-. duties that can rob them of way train in Brooklyn Monday I USN son of Mr. and Mrs. PaulE. I It was "mission accom

I and death are being decided. I ter's degree in hospital administration time to care for patients. The,I I he said he was carrying $30,000 Sullivan of 1614 NE Ninth plished" for backers of Glenn,
; I unit handles these ad-
& One view of the profession is I from George Washington manager in a shopping bag. I: St., was ranked sixth in his the 42-year-old Marine Corps
ministrative I
best characterized by this remark -' University, where he took chores. I Aponpe, 55, said he was taking class when he graduated recently -I veteran who rocketed to fame
"My at the Univer-'
Kitcens from one veteran ad- his academic work last year. the money-$25,000 won in from Great Lakes Naval 23 months ago as the first

$ 2000QUALITY ministrator to a young newcomer sity Hospital has been especi- Puerto Rico's legal lottery plus Training Center. He is now stationed American to orbit the earth.

in the field: "If you are not "This has been a fresh and II. ally helpful in another way," $5,000 savings-to buy a house in San Diego, Calif. I Young said in Washington
said Kohr. "I have had
facing a crisis, wait five min- interesting experience for me, a and surprise his wife. The cash Army Sergeant 1st Class Tho- Monday night that the convention I
chance to work with in ,
QUALITY PRODUCTS I said Kohr. "I didn't come with people in and $100 Dennis of Mr. result left him
utes. was $5, $20, $50 mas J. son "very serene -
1 SERVICE I Whatever the hazards and any pre conceived notions medicine and other health professions and Mrs. Frank D. Dennis of and contented" and exPectant
1 during their! learn- bills.As
I a young man at the about hospitals or hospital man- he got off the train at the Waldo is a member of the 56th I of victory. But the 74-
pressures ing It will
and I think this is years. help me a
i -- - Bowling Green station in Man- Medical Battalion's pistol team !year-old senator, opposed by a
to know
how these
LI take helpful it all to me in."now as I try to trained, what things people were were important hattan, Aponpe said, the door near Karlsruhe, Germany.The I man 32 years his junior, had
his and in the called for a showdown on en-
to their teachers." slammed on arm rippedthe team competed

MR. MERCHANT! Kohr's second year of studyis 'I'' This month, Kohr is in the bag from his hand. He said 30th Medical Group's .45 cali- dorsement for whatever value it

under the supervision of L. R. third phase of his on-the-job he had to let go to avoid being ber pistol championships rec- might have had in getting the

(Rush) Jordan, director of the training. It consists of extended dragged by the train.A grass-roots party forces out in

.. I University of Florida Hospital visits to other hospitals aroundthe Transit Authority spokesman (Advertisement) his behalf.
I and Clinics, who is also an associate -
an investigation. FALSE TEETH
!k I, state, including Alachua promised
y"o' R..u' E'D-- professor of manage-I General in Gainesville, Bradford "Furniture That's A Joy
ment in the University's Collegeof County Hospital in Starke Rock Slide or Slip? II: To Live WitH"

S i. Business Administration. I Smokes Banned< I FASTEETH. an Improved powder
and Anclote Manor in Tarpon to be sprinkled on upper or lower
I The administrative; resident I I plates, holds false teeth more I I
has completed the orientation I Springs."At HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -:' In place. Do n i.slldep.; or rock.
II these hospitals. I'll No gummy gooey pasty taste or
run :1
J JISIN has banned ciga-; feeling.FASTEETH is alkali STORE
Pennsylvania ne i nonacid -
t MERCHANDISEMerchants' i I
11, into problems that differ- > Does not Checks
L \ are sour. "plat IS NW 8th An. Ph. S734UtVV
I ..tI rette sales at its four hospitals odor breath". Get FASTtfiTU .t [
ent from those of a university- F laae. What We fell
TodayIn for tuberculosis and may ban I'I drug counter everywhere.
based institution. I will be deal- I -- -- --
them at state general and men
ing with citizen boards of trus 1
J tees and learning what differ- tal hospitals.Dr. .
4. History Charles L. Wilbar, health THE EQUITABLELIFE
.P 1 ent communities expect from
: secretary, said Monday the ban
+ .: s their hospitals, Kohr explain-
d ,
i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS was effective immediately be-
;s t I Itt I
DEMAND Today is Tuesday, Jan. 21, ed.Kohr was considering a cause "smoking is an extremely CONGRATULATES

:1+ 1964. There are 345 days left in teaching career when he was dangerous habit." s vS

I er the year. 'graduated from Ohio Wesleyantwo
Today's highlight in history: 'I
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On this date in 1892, the United zine article about hospital man-I

States demanded an apology, his I
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r 'certain reparations and indemnities "My mother was a registered SAVE x

"Best i from the Chilean govern- nurse and my grandparents

'I ment for an assault on U.S. i had been in hospital work. I AT LEAST

Friend" sailors in the streets of Valpa- guess these things helped lead f

,raiso. Goodwill and cool-headedness -I men in this direction," Kohr ex

i on both sides quickly I plained.He I
p Merchants' best friend is the SUN Advertise Daily emu
I settled an international crisis
had considered other fieldsof 3'
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but 4{
management, a career
\ used merchandise are in con For Less Than !
I On this date: with an aspect of public service FIVE YEAR
stant demand. Today clean house
In 1793, King Louis XVI of: had He chose to
more appeal.
and turn this merchandise into France was beheaded. I enroll in the LIGHT BULB *!%
cash . gain needed flcor ; George Washington -
space In 1928, death came to the
hospital administration
and find out for that $
yourself i
you i builder of the Panama Canal,
do have a good outlet for used 20 program. I
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); What's your problem For a genii l t2' RAB31T' FORSCHOOL. HINT) UP HIS BASIC ATTITUDES BE QUITE(} (lNTER ESTING... f OUR CULTURE,.

eral reply, write to Abby. Box 3365 '; TO OARO RABBITS AND SO 0'1.. '

,. :: on't Get:: Stuck Beverly Hills, Calif., and include a JZ {_. -- ..I... 6 r I I' av +

: self addressed stamped envelope. < J -
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,, Jf'I Abby answers all mail. T t MIIWELL'1NATS
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DEAR AB$Y: Some time ago I was given a set of dishes DEAR ABBY Please help me as I can't quit thinking l. T MOA/I/S !I'M MELT1NG7HE.1 C )) eURTONI'f WHY SHOULDN'T I

which I liked very much. The plates were large with a beauti- about it and my school work is suffering. A boy called me 1' ) BIJDNDES/EARTFOR RICARDOBURTOMir. 1n jt HAVE A A//CE TIME. P )

ful rosebud in the center. While sharing one of my cakes, I up and asked if I remembered him. I got flustered and : '??-SAV-V//-/'M ,t -w
sent it over on one of these lovely plates. Now the plate ti MELTWG 7F4ATREDHEADSNEAR
I told him I didn't remember him.I =
couldn't think so foolishly ?;TOO.rfCD )
graces my neighbor's china cabinet. She has it standing up t y
glued down. I would like to have that plate back. Should I guess he was embarrassed, because he said goodbye in

say anything? rather a hurry. After he hung up I remembered who he was. d \ "L: _-' _isP

A NEIGHBOR He is a doll from school and I DO remember him now Well, ZQI

when he sees me at school he just looks right through me.I .

DEAR NEIGHBOR: Certainly. Say, "Oh, there is my. want to let him know I do remember him and want him to < ....., ..
plate! Do you mind if I take it home with me?" And I hope
call but I don't know how. Should I call him ? 'R "
jour neighbor doesn't become "unglued" while prying the me again, up

loose. P. S. Next time send Help!
plate paper plates. '" : org .
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DEAR ABBY When I was 17 I married a man 37. WeS I
had a son, and stayed married for six After we were DEAR MADE: Don't call him. Ask a friend of yours to THEY BUSTEDYORE IF IT WUZNT PER WHY DO THEMVARMINTS ITS TOO DEEP
years. STILL TO
tell friend of his that DO remember him. and regret GUESS WHAT THEM
divorced I met a man my age and we were married. My a you FLINDERS, PAW- THEY WOULDN'T HAVE r<* BITIN' TW HANDS HONEY POt
ex-husband and I remained friendly because of our son. My the boo boo on the phone, and hope he'll call )'ou again. WFHNNEyENOOERS I IT'S WRIT ALL OVER NO JOBS THAT FEED 'EM ?
ex-husband got sick and asked if he could come to live withus Then, start hoping. EtPI YORE FACE J '16i
until he got better. My husband said yes. I took care of DEAR ABBY read your reply to "JERSEY IN KOREA" 1 J

him. Well it has been eight years and he's still here. He who was having such a rough time being true to his wife T

is now 77 and drinks seven nights a week. He gets a pensionand back in the States. He must be in the Army or Air Force.I td .

also some income from property. My husband drinks am a Marine Sgt., who is away from my family, too, and

with him and won't work any more. Now I have two drink- it will be a long time before I get home, but I'm not having I 'tr r

ing men in the house nobody works and we all live off my that problem. You see, Abby, my father was on the road a l 11i o _

ex-husband. Can this problem be solved? lot when I was a kid and I asked him that same question. His j
WEST VIRGINIAN answer to me has been my comfort these lonely nights. i_

DEAR WEST VIRGINIAN: Yes. And it's jour move. "Son," he said, "can you see me eating from the garbage can a

Move your ex-husband out, and give your husband a chanceto when I ron look forward to a good meal served by your z

be a man. And if they're both too blind to find ALCOHOLICS sweet and clean mother?" I ) _. _ _
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The Rich Vs. the PoorI k pg E4o SCHOOL ORORJTX i iAV/ STAFF! /1 "

MEETING! J &YM0tiH>&* &g&
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Senator,learned to expect from Senator has been recognized as congressional investigating r? U111A1U1
Goldwater wants to have the Goldwater. Straight-from-t h e-I truth for years in most of the circus replete with Fifth

poor investigated. He seems to shoulder no-nonsense talk,nation's better clubs.::: For generations Amendment orphans, "friend-

believe that if put under oath about issues on which other can-\ men have sat in leather -ly" failures kept on the commit-

of the didates leave us feeling con-, armchairs digesting lamb tee to destitute
and reminded perjury I payroll finger I TWO Cf=THccAtirDATES 1 AM CJITC; /THAT A BOLCGY! 50 WILL TOE FAJEAO WE MLL CCNFIt.Eov :
statutes they will confess fused and hopeless. chops and sirloin and studying I wifebeaters and fat cats who infiltrate I : CCCTAIN! THAT Y i IKTURE HAL.c: PRINCIPAL INSTRUCT V R INTEREST TO THE
that their wretched condition is Of course in suggesting that the causes of poverty. the poverty apparatus ll THAT WE HAVE The SNCW BALLAN AVS5! CANYON FCK THE1K. PARTISANS ACCCR-PINCLY... A RATHER THAN THAT CFASPRANTi
due to their own "low intelli- the poor may deserve their poverty -I This research has established I and publish mem Jiri.: ("I Was,IZ UNUSUAL ARE bk"LEO AGREE WITH ME TO CONDUCT THE FOR; '
ambition. he is breaking no new ia Pauper for the F.B.I. ,
gence or beyond challenge that the researchers ) THIS CLASS... ...

This is the sort of talk we have ground- -but-merely- -saying--- -aloud-- / owe their dividend 1 t What is the best that could be I 110z

income to ingenuity imagination -'I s I ?
AGO AGE ARt:3 expected of such an inquiry? i 3 -

BRAVURA REDO enterprise and intellect.i Ideally, it should leave the poor i 1< ;.-.
On this premise it has seemed 1i I
RETAKES MI I.. with a clear understanding of U
obvious to them that the absenceof relief ,
ATES DES OLA government which is to i
ACROSS 33.Compass M A f1 D I S C O V E R these virtues leads inexorably say, relief financed by those of W 'rT 1

l.Foodflsh point n E T o E 5 to an absence of wealth. us whose general excellencehas '
5.m.bdiaved 35.Exhaustion /
40.Medley R a 0 M E N D The question which these produced nice little inheri- l -
8.Newt 43.Birch coNVUL5r. wA5 scholars have asked each tances that this kind of reliefis
11.Rodent 44.Sw ed. coin A T A R U T GAP E other in whispers since 1933 is harmful to the poor and to the en 1 It / I .

12.W.Ind. "5.Thor's BAGS C 0 M I F E R the same that Senator Goldwater country. I __
13.sorcery' 46.stepson Sicilian t1 E R 0 ASP R E now asks the electorate: Consider, for example the I 1l 1- c AV.:010nS. : S kcMErlEEZ: vrE HERO:
Sp. seaport why should people who have ,
plight of some poor wretch who TAKE A MY ZOrl/1.ATE RECORD?!
14.Ardor resort Solution to Sunday's Puzzle had enough ambition and intel- has been trying to scratch l:>t L=D W/ BRAC 4ss '.'-A2V sao.? / "'. AT'5 TAT
15.Nil 47.flat bot- to inherit a: THA""', F E G-: A :.:::> Z t.c/EZ FE;..ZJ::;
ligence a departmentstore
17.Bond tamed boat 3.Street 9.Rsh's bare living out of a few acres of I I ; s-o; C-l "i.:5: IE :D c A &,2Z7RC.2 ss
19. Constrictor 48.Pig genus urchin propeller be taxed to support slug- cactus and dust when, one day,I,- l-It =_ ? ? RCO 7 el o 1'r, '
20.Teased 49.Musical 4.Fixed star 10. Rig out gards and incompetents i he discovers that he has the intelligence Jr Tr.V/YG /

24.Egg:comb. symbol 5.Hold 16.Demigod In this form the question i and ambition to be I
form 18.Cow shark sounds callous Senator Gold- I
6.Eastern ; sitting on an oil welL He will
27.Chickadee DOWN 21.Siam. water }has already been criti- II
feel that the
name surely country hasbetrajed ,
29.Persevere 1.Farm length meaaurcvar. cized human a r
7.Damage for an indifference to him when he
discovers I
building .
31.Indite misfortune which of I
32.Vocally Vigorous 8.Bombyx 52.Adjective that part of his new wealth is to II
he does not feel. Justice
course t
suffix !be seized by the government to 5

Z 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10I 23.Cave and fair play requtre a sincere support( people with neither I
'ft effort to examine the senator'sposition r
24.Edible root {brain nor ambition. 1t( lUlif t.if.
/ 12. 13 25.Stamp bat with unemotional ob- =
teryblockl jectivity.In I This goes to the heart of the I -

fta IS I- 26.Athamas* fact, he is not ready to accept -I j point that Senator Goldwater r6l TO HEAR IT! NOW "YOU GO 1 THAT WAS HITTING A LITTLE THERE ARE TIMES WHEN
17 / wife the conventicnal assumption -1 I is trying to make. If we are ever HOWI LITTLE USA?.. SHc..SHE'S OUT WITH THE JUDGE FORAMP PINE. r LOW KASNT IT. R.J* YOU YOU MUST AROUSE PEOPLES
rv./ r// 28.Underground about the vices of the going to induce the poor to HAVE YOU HEAR PROM ALL RIGHT : PONT WOWfY' IT SEEMS DOTNIYoU KNOW HOW SENSITIVE SOMA SENSITIVITIES.,.TO KEEP
19 23 2i Zi 13 pas poor stand proud we must restore HER LATELY 50NA? RJ: AND! HERB ARE WORRYING IS ABOUT HER KID! THEIR MINDS: ON BUSINESS.
until there has been a study of '
sages30.Yolcank attitudes and act- the incentives to great wealth.
2+ ts 2k4i 27 29 poor people's :
rock ions. He wants an investigation.Can We can scarcely expect peopleto =: __ ...-__ : ;. ; A

193t IJQ 31 34.Penetrate any pauper with a clear try to get rich nowadays' < 3r. ha .
to hay when they know the govern-I' :
36.Eskimo conscience really object
AS 3* 'l.'lh r.r 1r
% house ing his motives examined by a ment will use their incomes to I

; 'l/ 13 36 31 18 11 37.Gull Senate committee? support the unworthy. i = t

38.Jap.coins Parenthetically Senator Everybody can see how miserably t : K
4D 41 43 39.Member
ship Goldwater should bear in mind millionaires have to, Q < ,.

4+ /... 45 46 40.Extinct that in a matter this delicate, live today because of the gov- ::J J
[.I .bird any investigation must be ernment's cruel soft-on-poverty

47 46 49 .41.Slipup conducted with utmost dec policies. And who wants any _. .:

M Htl...",.. I-sa 42.Gather,u orum. It won't do to have the part of a life like that?
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Tuesday, January 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun if

Long-Range 25 Per Cent in Spending In The I lillUlJlllJllllUWlIWIUUUllIIIWlllUlIII1IIlIIlUlWIUJUUIIDUl 1 CLASSIFICATION! lDIllllUlIJlIIlIWlluuwulWImlllllllf/llJuuUUUIIUlIiUI INDEX, ,,/ I .

For Defense to Aid Domestic Program ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 1 la Card Memoriam.1 Thanks MERCHANDISE CI Wanted t* BBVi I T I

j CapitolBy = > Lest Found .: Machinery A Tool _
4 PersonalIzed gtrvleeai U Building Materials
Travel Information (4 Household Good
1 S I Special >otlee U Antique
WASHINGTON A $1 bill[cutback is safe. when Johnson took office at the rate with the socalled antipoverty THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Florists M Misc. Fer Sal

ft, ion cut in defense appropriations Coupled with this is some direct rate of about $5 billion a year. program which is a WASHINGTON (AP-In) the I f Baby Placet Sitters.T* G*Child And careS M C7 Article Trading Wanted Pest

for missiles, planes, ships talk by President Johnsonto Liberal advisers told him this package composed of old and news from Washington: Things T* See .9 Fnel Oil. Wood
7 0
w and research planned this year such leaders as German rise was prabably desirable and new measures costing around AUTOMOTIVEAirplane 71 Boats Camp Hunt Marine- Fish Eqmlp.

L \ by President Johnson is part of Chancellor Erhard and Italian in any case unavoidable, but I $1 billion. RSVP: Rep. Wright Patman, 5:1 Salct-Rental It Office Cqnlpmer
,, ) a general cut.back aimed at an President Segni on a different President Johnson would not accept McNamara's billion dollar I D-Tex., has told congressmen *17 8 Mobile Trucks Homes for Sale fee Sal MusIcal Merchandise

II overall reduction of 25 percent subject but fitting into the that view. cutback in defense spending is they may have a battle with You 79 80 Tractors Tracks Wanted at Track BenUls REAL ESTATE FOR SALES3

t on defense spending. general contraction of U.S. military The President is also rely- seen by the President as provid- their conscience if they attenda 5 83 Trailer Rentals
I, The target date for this big obligations. Both Erhard party in their honor to be given 83 Motorcycle Scooter Lots for Sal 9'
ing on sharply improved confidence -ing the leeway for the increased i! 84 Automobile RepaIr 34 Waterfront Property
reduction is the 1967 fiscal and Segni have been urged to among business leadersto spending for social measures. by the president of the U.S. == 85 Automobiles for Sal 33 3S Rouse For Sale

year which begins July 1, 1966, purchase more American goodsin cause industrial expansion He has been assured of support Chamber of Commerce, EdwinP. M Swap CareEDUCATIONAL 37 Real Cottage Estate For Exchanged Sal. ill

r I and thus is a long range aim connection with the military which will provide new em- by leaders of big labor Neilan. _I 18 Schools a Instruction 38 39 Oat Real ef Estate Town Property Wanted 6

L which requires much advance efforts in their countries. ployment. He has deliberately and big business both in pub- "Unadulterated, unmitigatedbrass 19 Music Daceinf. 41 40 Business Residential Properties I

planning. This planning beganin President Johnson's a i m sought to change the whole at- lic and private statements. ," said Patman of the in- 93 SO Wanted Dramatic-Instruction 41 Farm Acreage Income

the Kennedy administrationand here is to improve the U. S. balance mosphere of Washington's rela- The success of this program vitation from Neilan who Pat- 43 Colored PropertyRENTALS 5

is being carried on by Defense of payments. He has direct tion to the national business probably depends mostly on the man said has "slandered the EMPLOYMENT 17 W.rk Wanted Male I

Secretary Robert S. Mc- ly implied to the German chan community so as to give this general part of the national ec Congress from coast to coast." Can I If Work Wanted Female 41 Cottage For Real -:

Namara under President Johnson's cellor that he might be under renewed confidence a strong onomy. If it cannot producethe The reception is to be next S ns 15 14 Help Sales-Male Help Wanted or Female 4 41* FurnIshed Apt,.
direction.If irresistible American public underpining. The President has business expansion, the month. g 11 1! Female Male Help Wanted 47 Roses for Rent Apts.. Fur..

achieved, pressure to reduce U. S. troops been supplied with opinion samples new jobs, and a satisfactory Patman, chairman of the Help WantedFARMS 48 49 Rooms Rouses for for Rent Rent Cn/orn. I

this would be commitments in Germany un- which show that business rate of growth, the President, House Banking and Currency & LIVESTOCK M Hotel Rooms
93 38 Farm
a major devel- Analysis: less Germany could help to leaders have far greater confi- in his present mood, would Committee, renewed a feud 27 Feed A EquipmentE FertillierS8 51 51A Mlse.Wanted Rentals To RutS

opment in natWhat The ease our balance of payments dence in his administrationthan probably be compelled to con- with Neilan in a House speech 5 29 LIvestock Landscaping* -Supplies Ten Sell 53 Office Boarders- Desk Wanted 8pse

ion a 1 polIcy problem. At the same time, the they had in the Kennedy sider increasing government Monday. He said that in his 3ft Pets Supplies 54 Easiness Rentals

backing up the ews President has urged the Ger- administration.The spendingBut talks around the country Neilan I 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL

tax cut which .!\leans I man and Italian leaders not to conscious effort on the it is clear that he does has called members of Congress SERVICE

the President I ship essential military con- President's part to create this not wish to do so, that he "confidence men," "Pa- Buy! I 58 57 Money Business to Opportunities Lean !!3 3 Rom Special" ImprovementsII Services

1 hopes for by I nected supplies to Cuba. flew atmosphere is expectedto wishes to permit the private I tronage peddlers," "gravy la- 58 59 Money Mortgages Want.d1ft1lf1ll1'111"II"'ml''lft1lnlllnml''nl 55 Appliance Radio a TV A Farnilnro Service

March 1 of this year and clear McNamara has led the way continue just so long as it sector of the economy its best diers," "office holders squandering
., ,,,,,,,,,,," '''III""n'III'"n"'n..on.D.n.,, ,
ing the way for increased do-; in cutting back spending and has the desired effect of stimulating chance to demonstrate that national -I money to perpetuate mu. ""m"u'WlWIIlUWWIWIIIIIUJlIUWIWII 1I L thm..Imrn IIJWIIIIIIIIIItj

mestic expenditures on social his example has been used by industrial and business problems can be solved ourselves in office," and "bag 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car 12 Mole Help Wonted

programs. I President Johnson to persuade expansion.This without steadily increasing gov- men."

I Congressional leaders are being -, others Cabinet members to re- weekend and next week,I ernment spending.All I Neilan said he didn't wish to TINY TOT SALESMAN training .provided guaranteed Successful salary,

briefed on the comparative I It duce/their outlays. the President's general economic this is a strong departurefrom reply to Patman. PLAY SCHOOL kin sales background desired Or

military strengths of the Soviet The President is counting on and fiscal plans will emergein the policies of the first VUit DJ and see for yourttU. Main Exterminating St.EXPERIENCED. Co. S28l..

t Union and the United States a tax reduction stimulation to messages to Congress. two years of the Kennedy administration FOREIGN AID: Administration 14 SE! 8th St. FR 8-7806. &'I'W man want.

which show a great preponderance push the American private economy -.These messages will put on the but the change forces in the Senate have Hire! CHILD CARE for children or Infant ed.Apply Good in person salary Wonderhouso Good hours.

of power on the U. S. side to new heights this record his underlying convic- had its beginning of the last claimed a victory over foreignaid FR .6-8348.. Private 317 N.W.home.%1.,Phon Ave Restaurant.behind .14 S.W. First St.

in missile, bomber and nuclear year, thus from the overall : tions based on tax reduction, year of the late President's critics after a spirited nue. Sf'art.13Help

strength. point of view offsetting any deflationary -.the spending hold-back, and term and now is being carried scrap. KIDDIE KORT Male or Female

Information made public by effects of the gov- I private business stimulation. through with perhaps a greater The Senate passed 38-31 Mon- Child care center. Pick up at

the Central Intelligence Agency -ernment holdback on spending.The I This is the basis on which he emphasis on private endeavorby day a controversial bill authorizing wk.Littlewood or mo.and Phone JJ Finley.FR 6667.Day. $90 WEEKCOS"E
: on the lagging growth rate spending rate was rising hopes to proceed at a faster _Presdent__ _Johnson._ $312 million in additionalU.S. BABYSITTERS want work after needs husband type. wife food team chain tomanage
in the Soviet Union and the u u school Call 37'65090.Employment. in Gainesville Casa
economic financing for the multilateral Bond Required Call 376-9264! !
problems it faces are motorists were asked to slow Internatonal Development
NOTARY handle notary work
in the general pattern of reassurance Northwest Still down and keep to the right-hand Association which makes inter i for builder. Must be able to

I that a defense spending lane to avoid being pushed into est-free, 50-year loans for projects Sell travel notice. up Sober to 100.nd mile reliable.on short Call

on-coming vehicles by gusts up in underdeveloped areas.It Mr. George. Tampa 935-2112:!.
60 miles hour. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED CARRIER needed for morning
o per did so after defeating, 37-
Snarled SnowSAN paper route. Phone 372 4902CRAFTSMAN .
by 30, a motion by Sen. Wayne MAID. i day a week. H day .
Traffic Must be
on the span and its approaches Saturday. Furnish own transportation in good
send the bill health no barrier.
Morse, D-Ore., to and references. Write age Must
was snarled for hours have
ability with
l I sack to the Senate Foreign Relations Box 332-A. Gainesville Sun. hands Good
HURRY. HURRY as rain and wind tore in opportunity for advancement.Reply .
FRANCISCO (AP-) town's 700 residents were backin heavy
l Committee to be considered R.V Sl'PERVISOR. 5 day week 1 giving resume of experience
I LAST 2 DAYS! Heavy snow and rain driven by their homes after being rout- to the city during the evening paid vacation $4800. Settled or and training to P.O.

gale winds continued to buffet I ed when Redwood Creek over- rush hours, stalling many cars. along with the separate young References married required.RV preferred.Contact Box 41. Gainesville._
r 8 i mutual security Bookkeeper. experienced salary
NDPJ Northern California and muchof i flowed. Water was reported five program. orRent King Memorial Hospital. Lake open.
Radio station KSCO near the The bill now to the Butler. Fla. HY 6-3101 for details .
goes 2
: siwair. DEE : Nevada after chasing people feet deep in the logging commu- ocean at Santa Cruz reported a House. .Experienced..pen.I secretaries salary

.. . .. ... from their homes, snarling traf- nity Monday.In 30-second gust of wind meas- LADY to live in and help with 1 Route Automotive salesman mechanic.
housework and rhUdien 3
; la HER,,; fic and causing injuries Mon- the southern part of Hum- ured by its instruments at al.: WASHINGTON (AP-In) the children in School. Miami Area. 2 Salesladies CONNELL
Phone FR 87120 after 5. EMPLOYMENTAGENCY ,
SbjNETHURSDAY day.The boldt County, the Eel River most 99 m.p.h. Monday night,, news from Washington:
forecast today mentioned broke its banks and flowed WANTED immediately mature. 120 S.E. 1st Ave.
even and a 15-minute average of 80m.p.h. Federal Property: The federal experienced cashier. One familiar Phone 3768234
the rare "possibility of into farmland. Wind felled is worth more with keeping cash journal _
government making bank deposits etc. BEST part time job in Florida
snow in hills" around the San trees, rain and snow temporarily money than it owes, a congressional Wnte Box 330-A. GainesvilleSun. IS hours per week Average
Francisco Bay area tonight as blocked roads throughout Gusts about 50 m.p.h. bat committee says. S50.versity Phone Inn Mr. Monday Gibson Vni.and

temperatures were expected to 1 Northern California and Neva. tered San Francisco and Reno In its annual report, the SALES and healthy.CLERK.Good Must opportunity be alert Tuesdav I Ut 4.

Gary Audrey skid in a wide area. da. most of the day, damaging cars House Committee on govern- for advancement. Must be able 16-Work Wanted Female

In Orick, 45 miles north oi I I Winds were so strong Monday in the Nevada city. Several San I ment Operations reported Sun- to new work products.with people Reply and by letter learn
Grant aide wants work. 10
Hepburn Eureka, Calif., most of the at the Golden Gate Bridge that Francisco pedestrians were in day that the government owned only. and giving training resume to of P.O.experience Box experience. 44 hours per
I -- when blown the week only. Phone FR2217..
I. jured over by $315 billion worth of land and 41. Gainesville. Florida.
wind, cut by windshatteredglass I NEED CAPABLE. housekeeper nurse.companion .
We train
; NttiVI.IN property around the world as of you
in refined adult
hit rain-blinded to earn $2 per hr.. full or part
or by ve-
l AINESVIUE June 30.This time. CaU 376-2449 or 376-1831 home. Excellent references
hicles. after 5. Write CORT COSMETICS phone 3768714.
THIATKf, is $9 billion more than 608 S.W. 27th St.,

JUS 441 I'i Miles Ncfh f Uf>< I Ii )'! W .Jtoerf R?.* ft t.SOtt Power was cut to thousandsof the federal debt was then. And Gainesville. 17 Work Wanted Male
24! _
i homes in the San Francisco the committee thinks the $315 77 YEARS of proud service
I Last TimesPROMiSES1" HELD OVER! 2nd Smash Week proves that beauty is a number LAW STUDENT married. de-
Open ':30 Show at 7:00 Monterey and Sacramento billion figure is a conservativeone. one business. Make it your aires work with local law firm.
Darling 1st & Last business to become an Avon Write box 328-A Gainesville
Sorry No Passe areas for varying amounts of Representative. CaU Mrs. Sun.
Dons Day James Gam* time. For example, the 18 acres of Burns. FR 2-0421.

. MOVE OVER DARLING2nd White House grounds was list- LADIES for telephone tales 18 Schools & Instruction

.t I [ PROMISES! Jack Hit Lemmon At 9:00 Sacramento streets were !ed on the federal books as .temporary.Salary plus day commis or

] '! DAYS OF WINE & ROSES I flooded as 1.64 inches of rain I worth $1,000.Although sion. Apply at once to Miss 1 1st Lesson Free
Mallard. Thomas
Hotel desk.
-Starts FRIDAY- I pelted the capital between I 6 the committee did No phone call please.SecretaryBookkeeper Harvey's Real Estate
Ii ,' I and 10 San Francis LICENSE COURSE
Yul Brynner I p.m. p.m. not explain why the White to work HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
pius "FAST AND KINGS OF THE SUN I inches from Vi day either mornings or afternoons .
hit 1.15
SEXY"I I co was by House grounds were valued so Orkin Exterminating Co. 2l 312.3127.$ w. Univ. Ate. FR S-3M7.
-------- --- ------ to 8 Dial 528 N. Main St.EXPIENCED .
4 p.m. p.m. low, it noted that most government .
TUTORING in elementary subject
5 A, i property is valued at its and casualty insurance help for office.firs by experienced elementary -
teacher. Phone .
FR 7150.
f original cost. Salary open Write box 31S-A.
StassenTries Gainesville Sun giving exper-
ience. age, marital *t atus. U. S. Civil Service Tests!
Boyd: President Johnson has SECRETARY-Girl Friday Law
rARDSHAMLET given Alan S. Boyd a new one- 376-4672 Office Contact: fielig I. Gol. Men-women. 18-52 Start high
1 Again din 372.8585 alary commensur- as $102.00 a week. Preparatory -
? year term as chairman of the Mf' with ahilitv training until appointed.
I Civil Aeronautics Board. Thousands of ,jobs open. Experience -
12 Mole Help Wonted usually necessary.:
Kf ui llnrk Stmra Boyd has been under fire FREE salanes Information requirements on Write Jobs.

WASHINGTON Harold E. from some New England con- MAV wanted for local milk route. TODAY giving name address
I : I I It candi for his vote Must be bondable. Prefer married and phone. Lincoln Service.
6:30 9:15 Stassen announced his gressmen against CLASSIFIED man. 21-33. High School Box 331.11.0 G'vllle Sun
dacy for the Republican pres allowing Northeast Airlines to education preferred. Apply 204
t S.W. 5th St.INS.
---1 I idential nomination yesterday.He continue on the New York-Mi- 28 Livestock & SuppliesTOP
; .
BEST ACTOR OF YEAR BEST PICTURE! OF YEAR ami run. Boyd cast the decisive No AGENTS debit collection.full or part Gainesville time.
.1 told a news conference vote in the case. area. Write p. O. Box ARGENTINE BAHIA HAYi
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T -- here that his was "to that 746. Ocala. Florida. From Clover field. Will d*-
Reports House Speaker
liver. Lakeland. ..,1.3Ut..
A COLLECTOR'S DREAM the debate" on important , MANAGER TRAINEES. Steady
enlarge John W. McCormack had employment. .
pro- Fringe benefitsAge BABY calve mil and aU
issues wihin the Repub tested to the President against 21-50. Apply in person beef types 3 to 10 day old.
: JOHN F. KENNEDY Jackson Mum-Market. 1234 .
yearlings M F. ParrUh.
lican Party. "And this includesthe renaming Boyd were described N.W. 16th Au. Anthony. Fit 6292315.

direct effort to win the as untrue Saturday by Andrew SALES TRAINEE. Good opportunity -BABY calves-milk t beef type

t FIVE nomination," he added. I T. Hatcher, assistant White I Reply to by learn letter a valuable only to skilL P.O. had 10 days.mother 29 head milk from of weaned 3 to

House press secretary. Box 41. Gainesville. Florida yearlings from 3 to 6 mo old.
He said that he was preparedto Give resume of experience and M F. Parrich Anthony. Fla.
"Memory Treasures"Priceless Robert T. Murphy was named training 49.2315.
enter the New Hampshire
F : Johnson MANAGER .
by to a new one-year trainee opportunity
<< preferential primary immediately unlimited for man with ambition 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Value term as vice chairman of the Announcements to get ahead high school
Keepsakes $6.00 '
and that he planned la
CAB. graduate. Age 21-30. apply BEAGLE pops for sale food
ter to enter those of California Union Ftaaac Co. 908 W. hunting .t ek. lovable pets females
4.98 I1 Boyd and Murphy have been 2 CARD OF THANKS _Uniy Ave. 120 males $25. 8 weeks.
only and the District of Colum chairman and vice chairman Call 376-1783._
bia. since 1961. GERMAN Shepherd puppies 7
PATHY of neighbor and
(limited supply) The only other announced Republican friend In our recent sorrow TOP AGENT FR weeks 6-5542 old.. Registered. Phon.
I will always remain with us a _
T candidates are Gov. Lynda Bird: Lynda Bird precious memory. Our sincere RepreseaUn one of the finest TOY AND MINIATURE Pood,.
JOHN F. KENNEDY "From Childhood to Martyrdom"SOS I Rockefeller and Sen. Barry Johnson thank and gratitude lor aU growing Health Protection puppies. AKC registered, adorab .
"1.1. ecmpeUlar photo and BarratUe taptleni. 19-year-old daughterof those comforting act*. Cole- Plan in existence. >. male and female T
This book esters **r kfloted Ut* President throufh Childhood Military ACT I Goldwater. President and Mrs. Johnson, man Ie Pearl Coolsby weeks old. phone FR 28493.EXQUISITE .
Political<< Careers Assassination Fvaeral lifetime pholo
I biography posH treasure. After a spectacular rise and has enrolled for the spring termat 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST THE FAMOUS apricot pood' pup..
pies. AKC Internationally famous
CS.ClU Retail Frlee I eclipse in the 1958 campaign, the capital's George Wash A"rERNATIOAL HOSPITAL blood line. 1102 N.W. 33t*
I when he lost the nomination to ington University. PLANHospitaluatwn Ave._
T-pac pletar* Urj of tho First Lady who In her treat momeut I black handbag between
.( trial. IST* atrenith and hop .. our nation and tile world. Herbeauty. Thomas E. Dewey, Stassen's Lynda's roommate at the University !- 4201"W 24th St. Oh-Kay .. Medical ENGLISH SHEPHERD PUPS. E/
p.l>* and jeart-waranlnc devotion to her Hatband. Daughter Trailer Park. Phoo* FR 2-S2C1 cellent for watch stock a< pets.
Caroline and John will ..ok. deep emotions as yon return .,ala Thousands h a, a political stock has steadily de of Texas, Warrie Lynn day*. FR t-3322 night Surgical Income ProtectionWe FR 2-0033._
and again .. this eolleetlon la tho year .. come. bought singly at the I clined. Smith, is transferring to George LOST blue parakeet in vicinity need a *nts to contact tile AKC registered German Shepherd
Ill.M Retail Price) regular retail price ; NE 9th Ave. Phon 376-5611. thousands of people wrtttiaf in puppies. Good stock Reason
3. JOHN F. KENNEDY I Stassen, who practices law in Washington and at the Johnsons' about the Famous Low Cost ably priced. Phone FR 2308.
TOTAL VALUE LOST: In Carol Estate* area German Health Insurance No previous .
AND "THE FEDERAL CITY HE LOVED" I Philadelphia was elected in invitation will live at the short hair female. Alto experience needed.If NEW bird cage early American
He laced Washington and Washington loved John F. Kennedy. Thrill $6.00 I _J933 to the first of three terms White House.JohnsonTV. wn to "Lucky.** Phone 372- plastic top. Phone 376-5612:
U this his la U* 8-$23. you have a sales background
41-page pictorial gallery depicting life and times Our offer for com WANTED: young Collie puppy.
CapitaL as of Minnesota.Tonibstoiie or if you feel you would .
plote "MEMORTTREASURE" ; governor willing to pay for well-bred
$100 RetaU Price S-plec : President John- 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE enjoy sales It its large re dog Call FR ?-386 liter I
4. I I wards "e will train you. HeiU
the television ,. aupply
son contacts
says industry you
PENCER custom made
foundations 33 LOTS FOR
OF JOHN F. KENNEDYA sent by people requesting that
Sale acted and bra Also maker olSplrf.Ua
ONLY swiftly, surely and in call
priceless remembrajic suitable lor framing HIM RetaU Price) 54.98 i corsets and we on them. The coverage
i good taste in its of flrdlaa. is so liberaL It practically TRAILER AND HOUSE LOTS
5. BEAUTIFUL! 8x10 COMPANION PHOTOGRAPH 'I coverage Can Aaa Zimmerman fR f.&J7 ells itself Our agents are GLEA50N-S OAK GROVE
"TWO-TONE" OF JACQUELINE! RUSH THE I DAYTON, Ohio (AP)-"For the news surrounding President accustomed to very high week. VILLAGE

JACQUELINE KE.VNEDT Suitable for framing CLOG RetaU pelts) COUPON BELOW: 'sale second-hand tombstone, John F. Kennedy's assassination. FIREWOOD when y" seed tt. 24 far earning phi on a advanced monthly commission renewal HWY son. 339 8580 from for Trenton 100 x: 100 to Bros Iota.

NOTE: Volume Buyer Organization Fund Raising Chairmen I good buy for person named hour delivery.and lowest Service price satisfactory bonus No ceilings of Ideal lor Retirees and Vets.Pb. .
Write or Wire for Fast Information. I guar- what you win earn ft you will Chiefland 433-4473._
Murphy"The In a statement published in anteed. Phone 2-S933._ be performing a worthwhile
Yes ad appeared in the cur- the current issue of TV Guide LEARN TO DRIVES: fpeeUI a.* service area. to the people In this FOR sites.SALE$300 down- on.$13 acre per month.horn*

I want John Kennedy "Memory Treasure <(< rent Police News department ntion te Bervooa or elderly. Call FR 2-4416 after 5 PM
toMemory Complete Dayton magazine, the President said: Easy: Way Drtna School rB
5 items Please Rush Prepaid sets at $4.98 each. house "I take this 2.7BO. UI!. toY State of n,. Excellent opportunity to movein Over an acre Jo(. $3500. Beautifully -
Treasures organ. opportunity to sale management in the
For Additional Items Check Below wooded in pine in nice
Single or
; add voice to those who already )- 6 SPECIAL NOTICES. 30 new district offices to be residential section. Call FR
Send Me . . . of Item ((1)I ) at 52.00 each opened rhortly. No debit work 22907._

Post Office Box 12068 Send Me . . of Item ((2)) at $1 LOO each OrchidsFor I have recognized television's LAND WANTED or canvassing 4 acre tract and 23 acre tract la
Mid City St'f.Send Me . . of Item ((3)) at $1.00 each I historic contribution." WANTED TO M3TT:: traztef land For appointment call Lee Infalls. SW area. Call 2-969.
Washington D. C. fer >>uo cattle for M4. Ray. Bambi Motel 376-2622
Send Me . . of Item ((4)) at $1.00 each er. FR 1-UtL. Thursday and Friday 10 to ... 2 IoU 100x135: on NE 20U sCnear

Enclosed amount Send Me . . . of Item ((5)) at $1.00 eachI _ Wonderful relief from Jan. 23 and 24. yn-nu 3rd. Ave. $600 each. Phone
: Her. 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car
I check order .
enclose or money to cover. I ASTHMAattacks 34 Waterfront Property

Check: . . . . . . . . Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and BABYSTTTLNC la my home. 1 2ME."lOPPORTISJTY
paroxysms child
Street i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CREVASSE FLORIST L suffering USEVr.u1Id'a S1J per S1.M week.per Any day.age.2 children day or $90 Per Week CRESENT way t BEACH River frontage- ltor-Biik 700'

Money Order. . . . . . . City. . . . . . . . Zone..Stote . . . 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. _fast1_ CniiMoantalaJUtfenutlc nirtt. Phone M1?._ Only want to interested ork. Presence in men of your who depth m!. * Rd. 207.water 100*from elect.ehaa 1/4
Code . . I' Phone FR 6-2514 Cltinttts ir CinpinndSTOP CHILD CARE in private horn wife at Interview helpful. See net Nice beach- 84000 P. O.
J __ by the hour day er week. liffl Mr Boat wick at Holiday Inn Box 756. fit. AnzuXin E4
I N.W. eta St. Call 1732791. Thursday Jan. 23 I P.M. only. Oliver.

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L 12 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, January 21 1964- .

,r I-- Look around your home and find some cashYes

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

Yes Your Neighbors Are bass MAGNUS chord 12 chords. COLLEGE GIRL'S expensive wool CLOCK. RADIO Two Si-inch KENMORE electric sewing machine TWIN BEDS Walnut Good con
coats. 120 aeeordian. organ.
TOYS. fames all 'attachments. Blond dition. Reasonable. Complete wits
console televisions. Occasional
skirts. Three holiday formals.
miscellaneous item*. 22 black and white keys. 6 Books.
Reasonable. FR Excellent condition. FR 6-11XX size 12-14. Like new. Phone FR chair Fur coat. size 14. Single cabinet. Excellent. Telephone FR mattress and springs. FR 2-11XX
Good condition.
Extra Cash 2-54XX oed rug. wicker living room set, 6-31XX
2-1SXX sink. FR 2.I1XXEverything I
30 to 40 Prospects !
Machine Sold !

Sold out first day Chord Organ gone "Our ads always pay/ sold Sewing Cash buyers
Not You???
Now! Why : Disposed of in two days! 7 prospects in two days! shop these ads!

What have YOU to sell? reported happy lady t

I 34 Waterfront Property I a 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sale 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 36 Cottages for Sale 42 Farms fir Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. J

I LARGE modern 1 BR apt. completely DOWNSTAIRS 4 room furnished
WINFRED M. CRAWFORD SPLIT level home on woodedlot. HIGHLAND Court Manor. 2840 COMFORTABLE. 3 bedroom SM. furnished cottage It trailer furnished. 2 blks. from apartment. Everything private.

ae,. Broker. specializing to SUNDAY SCHOOL BUILDING. 7 exclusive area. For sale N.E. 10th Drive. Equity for concrete block home with for rent. Suitable for working FORDYCEACREAGE campus. FR 2-5640 after S p.m. Off street parking. Mimed
LAKE PROPERTIES-ACREAGE class rooms. 22 x 44.. See at by owner. Many desirable sale. Nice 3 bedroom. 1 bathhouses central heat deluxe GE builtin couple. Moore's Trailer Court preferably between :5: *; 7 couple preferred. Adults only
Trinity Natarene Church. 926 3 BR. 2227 kitchen large storage room. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. :37S-8164. no 416 N.E. 7th St.
S mile. No ol Mrlmie GR SNS1Real qualities. 2 baths. 1 built In air conditioner. P.M. ___ pets. _
N.W. 31st Ave. Call Rev. Clark N.W. 9th Place. Ride by If Central heat with ducts. pool beautiful lot in excellent - -
I Langford. 372-8329. interested financing can be membership. Paymenta $78 neighborhood. only $350 down 37 Real Estote Exchanged SAVE TAX FOR RENT efficiency apta NICE. i, .BR.' steam heat ander
northwest I.o. 4 & S at 405 N.E. 5th. Ave. exceot electricity
Estate For Sale arranged. month. Phone FR 2-4443 before and low monthly payments of money. Excellent
3 BEDROOMS. 2 baths near $83.10 covers everything. Located location. High and rolling upstairs $45 t $50 respectively. furnished. Available now. Must
:S FR 6-8577 after
LitUewood Elementary SchooL EXCELLENT opportunity for p.m. or at 2118 NE 10th Terrace. area. Lots at $1.15000 avail. Water free. Open to see. Call bv. =_en to be appreciated.

35 Houses tor Sale Low down payment. $88 month Gainesville residents. Two-2 REDUCED IN PRICE-BEAU. Call 372-7070 for appointmentto TRADEMoving able at this time. Can be FR 24625. 6750.
ly. 303 N.W. 35th Terr. FR bedroom homes. Located at see. to Miami? bought under terms if you *'R 2-3974. 424 N.E. 6th St.
TIFUL LOT in N.W.. Ideal for
Will trade home in SW Miami 1 Bedroom kitchen bath. 419
28516. 614 and 618 N.W. 22nd wish. Others at 165000. .
N.W. 34th STREET _ __ nue. Deal direct with owner. Split-level home. for comparable home in Gain CALL FORDYCE & ASSOC N.W. 2nd Avenue. $60 month. FOUR room furnished apartment

Reduced 16900. 3 BR. 2 bath. NW SECTUON tor sue or rent Will sell for $12,000. with only KirkpatrickOWNER esville. Phone FR 6-3261 ext. IATES. INC.. 376-1236. McKinney Green Inc. FR 2-3617. good location. Phone
paneled dining L family room. 3 and 4 bedroom. 2 bath. CCB $500 down. Write F. L. Me- DUPLEX APARTMENTS 2131. Ed Kensler. KR 65821.CLOSEIN .
LOW COST. High rate of in- EXTRA large 1 bedroom apart
central heat & air conditioning home. City water. lights and Kinney P. O. Box 818 Ocala. come. LEAVING TOWN so this Fordyce Associates, Inc. ment. Excellent area. Most uti. efficiency apt. Private
double carport REA powr.Jot ewers. Shown by appointment. rlorida. lovely rarrh type bungalow is furnished off-
40 Business PropertiesFOR 926 West University Avenue lilies furnished. 306 N.E. 5th bath. utilities
110 140
x Phone FR 23826.NEVER now cn the market. Panelled 376-1236 6-0969. street parking married coupleor
Ate. FR
BY OWNER- J. PIERCE Florida room off the dining 1 man. no pets. 13 SW 2nd
S.E. 45th TERRACE Florida Park 3 BR. CB. SALE BY OWNER business -
BEFORE area is perfect for entertain FURNISHED 3 room apt. sea per Place
43 Colored Property
a BR. 1 bath. small down payment spacious living room with beamed ing. One of the two bed- property on S. Main St. month. Elec. & hot water- furnished .

monthly payment $65. Never before have we been able ceiling. Roman brick fire. SMITH rooms is huge! IdylwUd is For information Phone FR 1614 N.W. 3rd Place. FUItNlSHEDapartment for rent.

9500. to offer a complete Brent wood place & built-in cabinets with the location and it is pricedto 65378. HOMES FOR SALE!: 1813 N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 2-2946 Adults only. Phone FR 1-1823.
Model at such a low price. 3 bookshelves. Central heat and sell at $17,500. k FR 2-7366. or 2-3794.
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. *
N.W. 12th TERRACE Air Cond.. 2 full baths. Fla. rm.. COMMERCIAL location NW 16th
bedrooms. 1V4 baths. Abundance REALTOR 3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH houseon 1615
only $90 SE 7th Ave. Some no down DUPLEX 1 BR.. near Univ.
Remodeled 2 BR. 1 bath. frame DbL carport & patio. Quiet Ave. Available for per 1 Bedroom furnished apartment.
of closet and storage -i acre lot. West University CaB FR
month. Also available office payment. Some small down NW 3rd Place. $78.
home small down payment. neighborhood. convenient to Water furnished. 1311 N.W. 7th
space. Decorator paneled living 635 N.E. 1st Street-Ph. 376-2448 Avenue near City limits. Desirable for $60 month. Call payment. Monthly payment $57 6-5190.
Total price $6750. schools. shaded & landscapedlot. space per Avenue. $60 Month. FR 62641. _
room. Central heat. 212.800.Terms Associates features include: hardwood 376-1236. Fordyce ia Assoc. Inc. to $65. Also homes built ea 6-2930. Mr. Haynes.
Shown by appt. only. $33,000 8x30- Singleor
arranged. Arie Smith strip floors fireplace. BEDROOM trailer.
Mabel Gore
Call 372-2372 or 372-5933. your lot for no down payment.
EDWARDS 1404 N.W. 14th Ave. FR 6540 large kitchen. separate dining Call TOMMY R IDG ELL LG. 2 BR apt. 503 N.E. 4th Ave. double. No pets. 1 child
3012 N. E. IOtA Drive. 3 Bed- HUGH after 5. all day weekends. room. attached double 42 Farms & Acreage Builder Phone FR 2-4123 See Mr. Stoughton. apt. 2 for committed $55 per month. 3037

room. 1 bath carport. 100 x INC. garage. enclosed port'h.fenced key. $80 per month. S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-5633
FORDYCEFeatures .
100 corner lot. $100 down plus GLADYS lot. main area 2480 .
closing COIL $77.69 monthly. N.E. 16th Ave. .. 15th St. square feet. A real buy 9 ACRES with 300 feet frontageon Rentals

FR 2- 545. 372-1551 SMITHExtra at $20,700 to qualified Newberry Road. gentle
with interest in slope rising from highway -
buyer WITH
OWN YOUR OWN HOME and SKYLAVD HEIGHTS. 1128 N.W. Nice redecorating. 104 mile deep. $600 down and 44 Cottages for Rent SAVE

pay for it like rent. One of 36th Terrace. By owner. 3 bed 3brm. 2 bath home. $400 LAKE ROSA This three bedroom $50 Mo. Located 7 miles West
the most desirable 3 bedrooms. n>om. 2 bath. central heat and down. price 13000. $89 mo. one bath year round of City Limits. Ph. FR 6-2472-I' 1 BEDROOM furnished. single BUTLER BROS.ONESTOP
2 bath homes. Terms to suit air. Kitchen equipped with dish- Warner W. Weseman Realtor .
payts. Drapes and carpeting A Country Estate home is located on a paved person or couple. Hot and cold
buyer. References exchanged. washer. Walk to School and 300 included. 372-5333. road with frontage on Lake 1113 N. Main St. I' water included in rent of $45.

Located at 3905 S. W. 2nd. club. Drapes and TV antenna. .. yours in this attractive two Rosa. Amenities include large Car necessary. Call J. W. Kirk.

Ave. Call FR 2-0874 after ft Wall to wall carpet. Grey with Cosy tory home with fireplace in screened porch. awning windows patrick Agency. FR 28404. 31

P.M. for appointment. 5 white columns. 22950. 372. 2 b-rm. 1 bath home for $67 the living room and a delight.. remodeled "modern" 230 N Main Street.
1343. flU formal dining room. Located cabinets in kitchen dish.
mo. on FHA. $350 down. Price Home Service !
McCOY'SMacoma on a large five acre lot Buying
N.W. Section. 2 BR. 1 bath. large $11.000.o.W section. Beautifullot. in southwest Gainesville. washer fire place and oak 45 Furnished Apts.
: Homes Inc. landscaped yard. FHV FinanCe 372-5393. FORDYCE t ASSOCIATES. parque floors. Lot ever- ACRESInvest
New 3-bedroom 1-bath conrete ing. Evenings & Weekends. ages 700 feet deep and
INC. for information
block home: 3 miles north of 4119 N.W. 10th. St. FR 2-0879. Beauty this 376-1236. on house 1545 square feet EAST SIDE Models to $28,000
one. Over 20 $12,250
fcperry Plant-Large 1 acre lot Salon for sale. Excellent opportunity plus 4 car garage. in 230 Acre-Appro 15 .
3 BEDROOM. IV* bath on nice Priced to sell. zoned business NW
I am deep w'!U. Price 10,950 in going concern. Included acres on GARDENAPARTMENTS for Selection
corner lot. Small down payment Northeast 34th St. This located your FHA
$50i down. $/S per month. Cal all equipment. 373-5393. J. W. KirkpatrickRealtor VA
Gerald or V.Q. McCoy. Day with payments less than $75. plus approx. 4900 blocks NW 34th
FR 6-7290. Night KR 6-5013. taxes and Insurance. This one is where you will find this Street. 115 on West side NW No Down
will be ready by Feb. 1. 1964. Northwest lovely three bedroom. two 31 N. Main Street Ph. FR 2-8404 34th St. 115 Acres East Side of $.-, per month vuGainesville's CONVENTIONALVA
S33 NW 36th DRIVE "A real for Information without obligation location. LR. DR. Family Rm. bath home. A glass sliding Member Multiple Listing NW 34th St. Beautiful creek Payment on Total Monthly
value New-By owner". NW call 2 b-rms. 2 tile baths. Quality door leads you into a beauti- ASSOCIATES: running thru property. Large Finest Homes.

Section. 3.BR 2-bath. Florida THE JAMES CO. home. 372-5393. ful lawn with camellias azal. Floye MathiasenA. amount of land now under. Furnished or Unfurnished Payment From:
room. dining room. 1:. kitchen. GLADYS SMITH eas and tall pine trees. To see W. Recce. Capt.. USN. Ret. fence.
Of Gainesville Inc. this home and make it your Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart S 3 & 4 Bedrooms
harwood floors.central
large Patio Builders of Kingsberry Homes REALTOR Irene Bunnell ment 309 NE 9th St. Phone
call FORDYCE &
own AS. Financing on
heat & air conditioning. 1 & 2 Baths. $77Five
Ph. 3722527. rules 372-7401 Multiple Usting Service SOCIATES. INC. 3761236.Contemporary. 376-9608.
Dbl. carport close to Little-
Associates Florence Burns
: Good Terms
wood It Westwood Schools. OUTGROWN your present home? Caroline Noyes FRED ONE bedroom. all utilities fur-
Phone FR 6.6041: after 6 p.m. Then jour problems can be sol- 12M W. University 372-5393 nished except electricity steam
L Sun Call FR 2-4952. ved in our new home in Libby heat. nice location. $60. 424 N.E.
_ Heights. Space will not permitus design is apparent in this NorwoodHope developments on city service sewers.
th FR 23974. Northwest
6 St.
3 BR. 2 baths. con brick prime
BY OWNER. three bedroom. two bath
to describe this but few TAX ARNOLD tots.
one. a drains . Tall Shaded
blk. house. Small down home with built-in and streets. and storm
crete things it has are 3 fall baths. 4 oven NICE furnished first floor duplex paved
payment. 3854 N.W. 16th Place. bedrooms. den. family room. surface unit in a spacious kitchen apartment. Good residential Extra attention at no extra cost! It's part of the efficlen
376-0213. REFUND? and many other extra section. Convenient to one-step service
garage. We will consider a trade of Butler Brothers' Builders. Our
features. Only $135.00 per REALTORNew Within service
stores and bus line.
MV SECTION. Modern CCB 3- 'n this one. around the city for a home inyour
month including taxes and in. of looking
Do you get a Federal Income walking distance of square. saves you days
BR 2-tile bath. B-illt-ln appllancei. to
double Tax refund this )'ur'lPut surance. Excellent NW loca FR 6-5301 Couples only. No pets. $55 price range. Butler Brothers' Builders are set-up
central heat. car Of Gainesville Inc.
your refund to best possible tion. monthly. Phone FR 65846. sell a home fast! How do they do It? By
port. Large: storage. On sewer. Builders of Kingsberry Homes ConstructionBest build or you
. Make the down
Call 6 p.m. Phone 6-4774. by Ph. 372-2327. stiles 372-7401 use 1 BR. 732 N.E. 3rd Ave.. $60pet. Completely organized facilities by thorough understandingof
payment on your own new Westwood SchoolIs
3 bedroom 2 bath new
owner. month utilities. except
FOR SALESWIMMING home in Carol Estates or home on today's market for GROUPWill FHA and VA requirements.
4IR. 2 BTH. N.E. near schools.cent. POOL Pine Forest. PitA. down from within walking distance of the money. Northwest location. gas. furnished. McKinney
Green. Inc. FR 23617.
heat vacant. will trade Laree home. living R. Dining $450. VA down $100. this lovely three bedroom. two Kitchen is equipped. entire be formed to purchase

boat. tractor. auto or camper R.. 3-bedrooms. 2-baths 372-1551 bath home. Living room.and separate kit. house has wall-to-wall carpet above property before SO. .
for equity. Call FR 6-2519 after 1-cedar closet. 3-other large dining room ing. large closets central ROCKBOTTOMRATES
4 P.M. closets. Florida room. Family Hugh EdwardsInc. chen plus patio and a large for heating and oversized 2 car FEB. 1 1st Save time and money. See these models today.
fenced yard are all yours
N.E.- 6th Terrace. 3 Bedroom.Fla. .. with room.electric breakfast stove.nook.dishwasher.Kitchen 15500. garage. 23000. ? ? INTERESTED ? ? (;'AII ;.... For extra attention at no extra cost. 4 double per cent.carport.Shown Present by Utility garbage room.disposal.Circulating car heat.port N.E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. Best Buy Call Norwood Hope for details I ... 1 State Farm

with no obligations. ..sat..lUUUU.NC
appointment. FR 2-9596. Pool completely fenced. Offering CONSTRUCTION starting on 4 FORDYCE BROS.
Under $:!OOOO for this charm BUTLER BUILDERSProfessional
way below FHA appraisal BR. :2 bath home on nice lot ing 3 bedroom. 2 bath home HmeiUfllfl0lflTIlflTflTfflfl1ftTlftflfl'Norwood! ? I ,"

of $19,000. 100 x 276. This one designed by located on a large lot on Ii: 5iI 'lAUTOMOBILE
DAN BYRDAGENCY. Selling price J14,500. Present an architect with convenient ASSOCIATES paved street. Fenced back INSURANCE CO. Homes for Professional People.

mortgage 10000. Can be seen: living in mind. VA. No down yard for children and pets. I I W. 16th. Ave.. turn left at Model Home sign ea
Drive on
1037 N.E. 23rd Blvd. payment. Call
Living room opens onto attractive
INC. REALTOR CALL :: riII.C.Jr. FR 2 9545
THE JAMES CO. INC. screened porch and Phone -
ATTENTION: LOT SEEKERS 3 BR. 1 bath. screened porch. Hope N.W. 39th. Terrace.

2 large wooded lots between NE. close to schools air con I Of Gainesville Inc. patio. STATE FARM AGENT N. W. 43rd and N.W. 19th Place or Nights FR 6-90M
Builders Kingsberry MLS REALTORSMrs.
Gainesville High School and ditioned. T.V. antenna. $1%. 'H"lnc.
Pn. 372-2327. rates 372-7401 Grace Fordjce Broker I 1103 N. Stale S72-S4M'
800. Phone FR 61552. I 5 Acres
Westwood Junior High $3300.
j Mrs. Mary Moeller. Broker We Trade Homes a
NEW 9 BEDROOMS '- with 2 FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 bath. brick UNIQUEThe Mr. E. W. Moeller. AssociateMr. Generous homesite with plenty H
baths. Florida room. central home. separate study. central i Harvey Benton. Associate of trees on graded road 1 or PropertyIlIIfl$11ItItW18IIU1UUIIUIW8UUUHII =
heat air conditioning built-in heat. air conditloner. 2224 N.W. I unusual floor plan and 926 West University Ave. mile off Newberry Road and :
modern kitchen. hardwood 6th Place. FR 6-2214. fireplace in LR adds much to 376-1236 Approx. 8 miles from town. 5
the attractiveness & livability E 53 -
floors located between Games'e FOR SALE 3 Bedroom. 2 bath of this Architect's home in i The following; are ready lore 3
*' High and Westwood Junior very roomy home in Fletcher the N.W. 3 BR with ample occupancy: 3 ;
High. This home designed for Heights. 3806 SW 4th Place. closets. 2 tile baths. Pretty McKinney ARNOLDRealty 1 1021 NW 40th Dr. iI 'S

large family living.. FR 6-2605. fcuiM-in elec. kitchen with dish. *
3 Br. 1 Bath. $500 da. 1
washer. Carport-patio-den or Company )
NEW 4 BEDROOMS 2 bath.
RENT OR BUY. this house has
office--fenced corner lot. You'll Green Multiple Usting Member 1WfiBtKHfflKKHIllinilllllHIUiyiUinillllllinrtHrfU ee
central heat and air conditioning character and comfort. is $122 Mo. (Inc. Ins. &: Taxes
beautiful modern kitchen. love this one. Priced at only 1219 W. Univer. Ave. 372-3522
spacious and charming. :In /
hardwood floors. extra large $17.500. Good financing. Call Associates: Peter Sing
living room. large utility room 6 select bedrooms.neighborhood 4 baths near 3500 sq. ft. 3724351. DeatonREALTORS Jane Caldwell Wayne Mason I The following; are under ff

with work shop area on large living space. Cent. heat L air 7 ACRES PLUSA Jim Sheppard F. W. Hodge 1 construction and will be =
Bob Kalkman
wooded lot in Northwest area. conditioned. Rent $275. Sale Charlie Mayo 85 ready for occupanv/ Ap- a
Lets see this one today. $45,000 KITTIE FEIBEH. Wil. VERY NICE 2 M. t bath 93 proximately January 15. 1964 3I
home N.W. of town on State
DAN BYRD AGENCY. INC.: bur Bishop.k Weekends Realtor.6-7108.6S081ihts Rd. 241. Deep well. storage RelaxYour 4508-4628 S.E. 2nd PI. |

REAL ESTATE INSURANCE room. Land cleared and fenced. QUALITYHOMES I 3 BR. 2bath. $600 Down. sI
MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE BY OWNER Will sell for only 7250. Call worries will be over i $74.50 Mo.

ASSOCIATES: 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. CCB home. us anytime to see. when you settle down in this I

Walter Stoddard. E. E. Holloway Large screened porch. Double $200 DOWNAnd lovely 3 BR bath Fla. 4527-4617 $.E. 1st PI. |
825 N.W. 13th St.. Ph. FR 22511 carport. Large: storage rooms. rm. home within a stones = '3.q
4518-4608 2nd PI. I
Member- Multiple Listing Sen"ice 100 x 190 lot. Well landscap- your monthly! paymentsless throw of Littlewood School. Ap. 1 S.E. \c \
ed. Back fenced with chain than rent on this like new prox. 2200 sq. ft. of living Wesrvilla 3 BR. 1-bath. $500 Down. II ( ,
BY OWNER. Black Acres. 309 link fence. lilA Commitment. 3 BR. 1 bath CB home at 1732 space Fenced back yard, $68 Mo. 3 .
N.W. 30th St. Phone FR 6-4442. axailable. 12500. $400 down N.E. 21st Place. Cent. heat.
underground sprinkler s>stem NW 16th Ave. at 37th St. 1 303-313 SE 38th St. 1
Evenings. 3 bedroom. 2 bath plus closing cost. $79 month. pretty kit. Awning windows. built-in vacuum cleaner. .
2-ear carport. Phone .R 2-0730. Or see at No waiting. Move right In. drapes and many other attractive H 106-304-314 SE 39th St. I e

1109 N.W. 43rd Avenue. features. Drive by E 3-BR. 1Bath. $500 Down t: 1i
750 NW 34th Street and call $64permo. =
central heat with fire BY OWNER-CCB. 3 BR. ,
Bath. SALE 4
us for details. FR 2-3617. Carol EstatesNE 6
place. NW 47th Terrace. Price 2 bath. terrazzo floors. central IllhllflIluhIflMP1Uhl1ll1m1ll1flllfflllfflhIllhlllfflul! I

15900. heat. Air conditioning. Patio I
CHEAPER THAN RENT: 3BR. carport. Call anytime FR 25860. LittlewoodHere 9th St. at 18th Ave.TERMS 1 FOR RENT !5;

1bath. SE 46th Terr. 9500. 4202 NW 13th Place. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 is the house that will i 124 S.E. 7th St. ;a

Payments $65 per mOo DOWN PAYMENT W. M. Munroe. Broker suit your needs. It has the i 3BRlBath j i

AssoS E. McLaughlui. Frank location right by the school.It 1 Year Lease j ji H
:2-BR 1-bath SE 46th Terr. $6500. REDUCED! Roby. Roy McCann. has 3 BR 2 baths. Fla. I *

$45 per mo. This exciting "Florida room" rm. kitchen combination 16fijllll82WfiHhllI00fff085flhhI85llllllilll i !!! ! i BALL

home offers value beyond com central heat it is priced I
And also some pare. Priced below market right only $16,500 Can : ,
Call FR -7466.. value. Three big bedrooms. 2 be FHA financed One yr. I Inc. I OPEN FOR YOU TOm !
full baths. Large kidlizelot.- .
4147 N.W.36th St. 3 BR :2V4 old Owners have left town. i 1321 NW 16th Ave. i TIME IF YOU WILLJUST !
100 Owner anxious to sett. 1225 NE and must sell. You should investigate
shelter. :
bath. den. fallout
17th A\e. FR 22265.! I Ph.6-5394 i CALL. |
x 264' Wooded lot. Outside before you buy "Us Renters Would
city $19,600. $1500 dn. FR Drive by 3403 NW 10th AeBue Mike Knotts. Associate mz R.E. 4th STREET :
6-3384. A RAREOpportunity and Call FR 23617. i FE 6-iIOI .r FB ...-7B J
"We Trade Houses"f

NICE clean 3 bedroom. 2 bath 3 bedroom. 2 bath brick 8
home with oak floors. Fencedin home. Large living room with I Income PropertyIf iiilllllWU1UJIIIIIIWIIWIllllllllll1llIllJllWMarks / / / Rather Than

back yard. Close to Little- Paint sour new home and receive fireplace separate dining room you are looking for a property Fight
wood SchooL Good terms. $500 $400 credit for down pay. Florida room plus a study. with an income. let us --

down. Phone I'R8963.. ment 14 new. 3bedroom. 1 1 Large lot with beautiful trees. show you this nice 2 story

and 2 bath homes now under duplex Fully furnished of DistinctionEVERYONE

MOVE IN TODAYTerms construction. Monthly payments DELIGHTFUL LIVING: Lovely $175,00 per month income. Buy A New Home"Stubborn
from $77 total. Located 3 bedroom. 2 bath home in Good condition and location. 1
to suit jour budl: t. New on NW 39th St. and NW 19th lovely Holly Forrest. Cozy living Paved streets The price KNOWS E.VERYONE KNOWS
3 bedroom. :2 full bath home. Place. Lakefront lots available. room with old brick fireplace is reasonable. You should investigate
just 1 block to Schools. Plentyof Walk to elementary and Jr. and wall to wall carpet. before you buy. Call that this that this
closets. GE kitchen Huh schools. Call today FR ing. BJilt-in kitchen central FR 2-3617. guy. He has a habit that's not good for

Central heat adaptable to air 5-9545 or FR 6 !lM1 nights heat oDd air conditioning. LoveIv hard break. If only he knew how
it's to
eoJIditOl Free family swim him but
nl. Butler Bros. Buiders.MERRILL. fenced back yard with swim ASSOCIATES ,
club membership. VA-FHA !In. tning pool and shuffle board J. Fred Guy much better off he'd be owning his home, hewculdn't

ancing. $13.750.HUGH court. Col. J. W. Davis IX8
EDWARDSINC. Jayne B. ButterworthH. be holding those worthless rent receipts.

LOVELY AND LIVEABLE J. WiltshireMultiple : Chances the fellow
$300 DO'SI: bedroom Three bedroom. 2 bath home Listing Service : The advantages are many. are

masonry home in N.W. section built on one of the loveliest acre : above could purchase a new home at Highland
N.E. 16th Avenue- I: 15th Street ONLY $&11.00 per month In lots in Gainesville. Beautiful lathesymbolof: is Athe symbol of

372-1551 eluding insurance and taxes. entry court. sunken living SHADOW LAWN ETHICAL PROFICIENCY BUSINESS CODE PRACTICE OF Court Manor and pay no more per month than

IF you plan to build and wouli LIKE NEW 3 bedroom. mason room room. with"Kin,dressing Sue master room bed-and ESTATES When we seek the doctor's Every real estate broker who : he's paying in rent now-and he'd have something -

like a custom built home by ry. terrazzo floors built in bath. Central heat and air con Custom-built homes that prescription to cure our ills. displays this emblem is to show for his receipts.At .
expsrienced builders that hiv oveland range and chain link ditiomng. Excellent buy. we demand confidence that bound by a code of ethics
the time to discuss plans with fenced backyard. ONLY: $87.00, look custom-built. If with you the medicine be prepared according upon which the Realtor organization HCM, he would have a wide variety to choose
of homes
you call 372-2527 ask for Gene per month. FINLEY AREA. We have two are tired to the exacting stan. u based. Compliance I four with
Paramore. We have available lovely 4 bedroom homes. Walking that sub-division look. see duds which every pharmacist with this code is a from too-from two-bedroom to ,

our SO plans to choose from. INCOME Two story 3 unit distance to J. J. Finley and F. D. OLIVER knows. requisite for membership.Red over 20 designs. Prices start at $12,300.with only
Complete financing can be explained apartment building in the N.E. built on nice wooded lots I
to you right In your own area. $170.00 per month income.A Both owners have left town. BuilderPh. Franks. Real Estat. M. M. Parrish $100 down VA and minimum down FHA.Don't .

home. For appointment can. REAL BUY at $11.500. so both are waiting for nice FS S-MM Ralph Fossey It Associates hoard rent receipts like the fellow above.
THE JAMES CO. large families for immediate West as NW S9th AT*. past J. Pierce Smith. Realtor your

Of Gainesville Inc. SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 bath occupancy. Call for complete the Glen Sprints iaterseeU Fordyce Associates Gladys Smith Realty Drop by our sales office today and find out how

Builders of Kingsberry Homes masonry home with fireplace infonnatkm on both homes ... lee alp e. left. Warner Wesemaa I
Ph. 372-2337. Bites 372-7401 sunken- living room. Florida. J. W. Kirkpatrick RealtyMcKinneyCreenDeatoa University Realty easy it is to own an HCM home.

CCB. room. central heat.wooded double carport lot. Arnold Realty (No it wasn't us he fought with. We don't per-
BEDROOM. 2 bath. central and huge- M.M.PARRISH Dan Byrd Agency ,
heat. shaded lot. built-in NAME YOUR OWN TERMS E. C. "CURLY" John Merrill Agency Arch Campbell. Realtor I suade THAT hard. )

kitchen appliances, 2-utility Tom Dobsoa Agency Wilbur Bishop. Realtor

Quiet rooms. paved neighborhood.street and Curvectreet. sewer JohnMerril1 KUEHN JR. !
Court ManorSALES
100 x 127' lot. N. W. aeetion. Homes. Lots. Income. Business Gainesville Multiple Highland
Small down payment. 1m
Realtor and Lake Property.
mediate occupancy. 3712 N.W20th AND ASSOCIATES. INC. Farms and Acreage.E. Listing Realtors N.E. 23rd BLVD. & 11th TERRACE
Place. West Villa. For appointment MULTIPLE LISTING Member Multiple Listing ServiceH. "CURLY" Jr. OFFICE -
to see and further 372-1494 Wayne Hill Helen S. Grasam
details call James- Quincey. ASSOCIATES:
FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 j
Clayton Arnow. Duncan 4. Marcella PardiW. Mary Parrish

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45 Furnished Apts. 844 54 Business Rentab ft Misc. For Sale 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE -

I F 85-1 Autamebttes Wanted
WARtmUUst space for rent. Locatd FORD 1959 Custom 4-<1oor, 8 :
I BEDROOM living room. kitchen at 620 S. Main St. Call USED Chain Swc SM no. New cylinder, heater good condition 1956 MERCURY. 2-door. hardtop WANTED. 1950 thru 1954 Ford Easy to 7-.sde With
and bath. Adult only. Npets. JOHN MERRILL. Realtor.FR C a* >.wi 189.93. We repair must sell sacrifice. $600. radio and beater white and Cnevroiets. See at Hern
434 SW 2nd. St. Phone 2-1494. an chain saws It lawn mowers Call 376-2095. side wall tires. $225. FR don Service Station. >16 S.E CRANE LINCOLN IAERCURY! :

FR 2-4110. Reasonable rent. Office space available for $60.00a Chain saw rentals McCuUocb MGA Roadster. shiny blark 2-5806 or FR 6-9707. 4th Street.

Mobile month. Call Fordyee Jr As Wisconsin ana BrUcs. Stratton' finish-wire wheels. Just completely WE WORK ON THE CAR
FURNISHED 1 bedroom MUST sell 1959 Olds
sociates. Inc.. 376-12 S.C01IMERCIAL deaier. Florida Saw Co. FR rebuilt-new white tires
home. Located M mile full
134ILFURNITURE. power new tires. Just .
South City Limits location. N.W. A real buy at $1000.
Inquire R. C. Daniels. In 16th Avenue, available for only Perfect condition block .and gear box. beaterSmith' -. Phone 376-8158. NOTICE! NOTTHECUSTOMERSAFE
6-1180. $50 AM and short wave radio -
Alachua call FR Dining bedroom
or S9000 a month. Call 376-1236. set. boy's set. .
month. _ _ ForrtaV Aa"oelates. Inc. Sofa. See at 2302 NE 10th Ter. -Sliding window aide curtains '63 Corvalr Monza $300 and take
race. luggage rack tonneau.OUTSTANDING up payments. Call FR 6-5341
LARGE 2 bedroom apartment. between 8 & 5 P.M. Harry to NEW BUYS
Tile 56 Business
H block. from Campui. FOR SALE CHEAP. irstaurant BUY AT $795 Tison.
bath. with tub and shower. formica counter and X stools

refrigerator.Kitchen wilta Suitable electnc stove for UP and to USED. FURN.clothes. appliance Shoes. $100.antiques 705 and equipment.short order Complete equi mo1t.untain." 52" I 6 Can.376-252L Main be seen St. 3725097.Oscar's.After 102'7I 1953 372-2445.KARMLN L. Gentry.Ghia 1500. Phone CAR BUYERSBefore 63 CHEVROLET ................... $2695

4 gIrls or family. with *m*>* S.W. 2nd Avenue.OUTSTANDING Call FR 2-0759 or 29207. Mr. I ; Impala fully eQuipped. attractive light blue finish.
children. Available Feb. 1ft. Pal*. I PORSCHE Super Cabrolet convertible 1958 English Ford. good condi.
.' / Call FR 6-4300. Evenings between for service station with radio It Michelin tion $295. FR 2-SSO or FR buying any New car. 62 CHEVROLET .... .......... ...... $1295
I 5 and 6. _ opportunity right man. ALL CHANNEL T.Y. antenna tires. 10.200 actual miles. Phy.sician's 6-9707.
and drive the
dolor come see Monza 4-dr.
Open and business. Double stack complete. sedan, floor shift. radio. heater.
Noth. car. 13 mos. old.
Write P. O. Box 379. priced 59 English Ford. $290. Can after 1964 Rambler!
log else to new
buy. $15. Brants. at $3550 for
appt. caU 372-
c Unfurnished ApN. YOUR Church or Group can 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. 4006 or 3724842. .__ 7. FR 6-1817. 61 CHEVROLET .................... $13954dr.

raise S5000 and more. easy '62 Kenmore 42" electric '50 JEEP panel truck. 2 wheel sedan Honduras maroon auto., iV-8 radio
1959 Red. The American ;
Ruby Con.
MODERN ell-located 2 BR duplex and fast. Have 10 members '75. 1-jewelry safe $12.range). 2 vertible D. Very exceptional drive. good mechanically. $125. heater. Real good condition.
upstairs). Utility appliances each sell only twenty SOc pack.ages each in Phone 376-5424. Classic 6's
Jewelry all
showcases; $75. respects. Phone FR 6-4835.
furnished. 117 N.W. 13th my lovely luxurious Prayer ___For: appointment call 372-0481. 1957 FORD. auto. trans radio Classic 8's 63 COMET ............................ $2395 i
St. Available Feb. 1. $*> mo. Grace Table Napkins. Keep PLYMOUTH. 1951. good trans .
No peta. children or student 50c for your treasury. No money FOR sale by First Methodist portalion. $100. Al Herndon &$215.heater.929 SW good 13th running shape. LuxuriousAmbasSGdor S-22 Sportster, bucket seats, radio, heater, !
St. Phone
FR 6-5323. 95.30 P.M. or FR needed. Free Samples. Anna Church of Hawthorne. 2 Duo- : Service Station. 916 S.E. 4th. FR 6-3649. automatic like new. :
6-6833 after 6 P.M. Wade. Dept. 153ABS. L 'Dch. therm and 1 Coleman circula Street. I

apartment. burr. V*. ting heaters. Also piano. Con 1957 FORD. station wagon. 1- 63 COMET ............................ $25954dr.
NEWLY painted tact Ferris Johnson 1960 PORSCHE 1600. White
of Haw.thorne. coupe. Owner. recently overhauled
Walking distance to Civic Phone Call FR 2-1835 after 5 p.m. Villager station wagon fully equipped :
ow3.0Ubrar1 and Merchandise 481-2381 or 481- std. trans with overdrive radio The Rambler for 1964 is
Center. (\ 246-t. including
1956 heater, nice car. $550. FR factory air. \
schools. Ph. 372 7650. DODGE V-8 ROYAL- hi America's finest and best

kitC'hen 61 Wanted to Buy WOOD cut to order. Oak. Hickorj orig. owner. excellent condition. 6-7115. engineered car! I 59 CHEVROLET ............. ....... $ 895 i
NEW 2 BR duplex fpt. P1JIe. R i H. Powerflite trans. .
kindling. per.
furn.. cent. heating FR forms like 1958 VW with Sun roof. Radio 4-dr. wagon, 6 cyl., std. trans. this car is extra clean
!-c603 or 1208 N.W. 7th new. brand new 1
._ Avenue. heater.
good transportation.
air cond. couple only. $35 WE BUY and sell all kindsfurniture. w WW nylon tube-less tires.
per mo. 1914 NW 9th St. FR stoves refrigerator QUEEN size mattress and box $435. Call FR 2-3750. Only can FJ2.- during Noon Big Car III 59 PONTIAC .. ... ................... $1095
6-896i after 6. No pets. clothe radio TV. etc. CaL springs. 2 years old. Very hour. 2-dr. hardtop. fully equipped including factory air. j
li"Rr.! "
reD'. good condition. Phone FR %. TROPICAL PONTIACINC. WILL consider trade 1957 Cad
6MALL Cheap. apartment 515 S.E. 17th lot Street. 64 Household Goods 9769. illac sedan de ville. full power. ComfortSmall I 62 FALCON ... .. ...... ....... ... .... $1195 j

Ask for Mrs. Jacob for information. FOR sale G.E. Filter Flow Auto. Pontiac Sales and Service air condition. very sharp take 2-dr. std. trans.. radio heater, excellent condition.

washing**a at 1065 machine.NE 13th$75. Place.Can be Complete Automobile up for a am.VW balance bus or in sm.payments dependable 59 CADILLAC .. ........... .......... $1995
FOR INFORMATION on cooperative fawt4 WUGU WEDDING I CANCELED Service on All Makes of Cars car. Phone 372-2926 or see CarEconomy 4dr. deVilIe
apartments in new University til 1 elegant rooms of furniture I RCA ESTATE 38" natural gas Body and Fender Shop at 930 NE 12th Ave. after 5 fully equipped. including factory air
park development write brand new. NEVER USED. Cost range. Porcelain interior. $40. and on weekends. conditioning original tutone blue and white finish.

P.Fla.O. 11023. Fort Lauderdale. $ Will down sacrifice$2 wk. in No __$200 iS. gaL Good oil cond.drum 376-6936.and stand. Satisfaction Automobile Guaranteed Painting '59 E. FORD s-TSO or best offer. 58 DESOTO .. ... . .. . .......... . . . $ 545
Go-everywhere hit! Crochet
See at 213 SE 8th St. after S
this cozy colorful jacket in at NATIONAL Furniture Ware. 2 Refrigerators. Large Truck Service on All Makes P.M. 4-dr. sedan. auto.. conditioned, 42,000 actual
47 Houses for Rent Furn. favorite colors or of scraps. house. 3622 Beach Blvd. FL small. $50 and $125. See Saturday 1. 220 NW 8th Ave. 372-2583 miles. spotless inside and out.
NEW Jacket of brillant 9-2561. Open daily 99. Sat 9-4. 1963 PONTIAC LeMans converti
squares. crocheted one at a Sun. 126. Waldo across Road. from Housetrailer.Airport on J959 CHEV. Biscayne. st. trans. ble. $200 and assume payments.Call Liberal Trade . 60 CHEVROLET .................... $1050
S BEDROOM. 2 bath house. $150 time. Join in 3 flat pieces then Jacksonville Fla. cylinder. 4 dr. and 1959 FR 29869. Low Bank RateFinancing Pickuo. stepside body.
Real. G. I. RAIN : Rambler Rebel. V-8. I
Smith SUIT 2 auto.
Gladys ;
per month. sew. Pattern 814: directions piece; $5.50.
tor. 1228 W. University Ave sizes 32-34 36-38 incL Delivery Assured Muzzle loading rifle; $45. 34" x 3767337.trans.. 4 dr. Best offer. Phone 56 FORD . . . .......................... $ 495
nue. Phone 3725393. 70" enamel aluminum siding: Volkswagen
Thlrly-fiTe; cent In coins for AnywhereUSED $3.50 sheet. .38 Chief Special; FORSALE 1955 Buck Foirloine, V-8 outo., power steering, radio, heater,
1 BEDROOM living .room.Big yard.kit. this pattern add IS cents Goods. bought and sold. $55. Electric Motors; from door. R t H. auto.Super trans.4. 45.000 actual miles. The only one of its kind.
chen bath. porches. for each pattern for Ist-class Galore. At Gaines $450; 35MM Argus Camera: clean.
3212 N.W. 11th-St.--House-open. mailing and special handling. Bargains ville's Busiest little store. $15. Large wood heater $22. evenings.$150. Higgins. FR 6-3942 RID6WAY 59 HILLMAN ........................ $ 450
ONE bedroom frame house. Send to Laura Wheeler. G'ville Brants. 513 N.W. 8th Ave. Bird cage; $1.50. We buy guns 4-dr. floor shift.
2160 SE 12th St. $30 per month. Sun. Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. and tools. 60 Comet. 2-door. Like aew.
Call FR 24136. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station. T-A-G APPLIANCES Consignment Sales Co. $995. '59 Chevrolet H ton pick 54 CADILLAC ........................ $ 395
New York 11. N. Y. Print Tested and Guarantee 25 SE. 2nd St. up. $893. 1412 N.E. 16th Place. MOTOR CO. J
This is the cleanest
in the
SWAN Lake, at Melrose. 2 bed plainly PATTERN NUMBER. 42 Refrigerator from 839 upI KENMORE FR 6-3772. state. ,
room. Until May 1st. Pone; NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. Range trom $39 UD Kenmore gas Elec.heater range$15. $65.Ig. 1955 Pontiac 4-door sedan. V8. MILLERBROWNVA 1132 S Main St. I IASIS
FR 65002 or 65484 or 28781.
from $19
Washers up
17 2 dr. brown metal tick shift. lO3OEUniv.
Wardrobe $250. 1957
S75 month. BARGAIN Big. new 1964 I Dryers from $49 up Mercury FR 2-8433 SPECIALS
S15. 2 maple chairs $25. platinum 2-door station wagon. Merc-O-
Needlecraft Catalog over 200 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up AUTNO.'UD' i
TWO bedroom. concrete block designs only 25c! A must if 2 Dishwashers... from $4. up and diamond wedding matic. Radio heater. 500. FR 2-3582 euu. i
N"E section. ring $75. Phone 6.119'4ALL Call 3763719.
house you knit crochet quilt. sew. 10 TV Sets ._ from $35 up 57 Ford. V-8. Stick shift 59 FORD. 4-dr. Std $495 (
Call FH 2-7154. embroider. Send 25c. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO TESTING Equipment necessary ?.-..-- ...?............,'.. .. $275 52 CHEV ,...... ,..........,? $99
ONE bedroom house furnished SPECIAL VALUE! 16 COMPLETE 419 NW 8th Ave. Ph. 372K30SFURNITURE to operate a T.V. Repair 36 Ford Wagon V-8 $250 I 58 CHEV. Modified -199! I
preferably working couple or QUILT PATTERNS: in business. SAMS from 1956. 54 Studebaker Wagon OD 35 FORD. 4-dr. _....,_ $93 ,
one penon only la thy limits.on deluxe. new American Heritage Jc APPLIANCES Typewriter optional. $750.00 -...._._?._"...,.. '.' ., .." $250 Many, more to choose from
Hawthorne Rd. $50 per Quilt Book. For beginners ex Repossessed 19 S.E. 1st St.. FR 68225. HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
month. Phone 24762. pert Send 50c now I 5 .
Complete UP to 20 per cent off. Televisionsand CRANE MOTOR CO.
2 BEDROOM semifurnishedhouse Rooms appliances. If we don't
on Archer Road. $63 49 Rooms For Rent have it. we'll get it. Wheeler's FAIR I WEATHER SALE! !
month. Phone FR 2-0235. Pick Up PaymentsDue Discount Store. Between Melrose .
tp.- 516 S. Main St. FR 2.3631
and Keystone. Road 21.
a04 NE Fourth Street. 2 bedroom LARGE comfortable front room to navy transfer. I can no 475-5401. J. L. "Smitty" Smith is I
*. Unfurnished or partially on corner. Inside parking longer pay for my furniture.
furnished. Call FR 2-3663 or THE BEST cost less. Cook for d'
Gentlemen only. Phone FR would like for someone with a
FR 28966. 6S993. less with Ptulg a* from FuilgasInc. DEAL ! !
to take payment READY TO
good up .. PH. 6-5392 . .. .....
Furniture consists of 2 piece able Depend. ....%-n..... _.' ". .., ';._,....JL..V'.i '''- --

48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. NICE comfortable bom Prefer room upperclassman in private sofa bed group 2 end tables. 2 economy. : : i :. ':" '::'.:. :','.''' ,
or business man. Phone beautiful lamps. recliner chair. REDUCE Eskasizer couch _ I If You don't Like these prices . . . . r "''
108 ft. of carpet. modern
aq- design black white
FR 23798. 1010 NE 7th Ave.
SPACIOUS 4 bedroom. 2 bath. Jc gold with auto. timer &
206 N.E. 9th Ave. Call McKinney :- NICE. quIet. comfortable room. Philco Console TV other accessories. excellent -- MAKE US AN OFFER ! ii !;
Green Inc.. FR 23617FORDYCE newly redecorated convenient Bedroom consists of full size cond $75 372-0231. : NOW INGAINESVILLE
N.E. lO'.h
location. 740 Place
RENTALS For the dresser. chest fc bookcase bed.
phone FR 6.7577.FURNISHED consists of 70 Boats-Marina Equip. '
Second bedroom
Choxe Rental In the Gainesville -
Area In Home Apartment ROOM for girls maple bunk beds. converts to 63 CHRYSLER, 2-dr hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Automatic, Air. $3395 tit :
or Business call FOR. only use of kitchen living twin beds. 7 piece dinette with 50 h.p. Evinrude electric starting --- n
DtfCE AND ASSOCIATES.INC. room. laundry room. 316 N.E. formica top. Stove It refrigerator VALIANT 4-dr
First St. also included.ORIGINAL. outboard. complete with sedan. Auto.. H. 5-yr. 50.000 warranty $1845
376-123S. controls
spate propellor $320.

3 BEDROOM house. 4148 NW 13th TO MEN students double room PRICE Call FR 2.3712 after---5:00 p.m.- 63 IMPERIAL 4-dr Hgrdtop. PS. PB. R&H. A/C. Auto.. beauty $5595 { I
in home with central
Street. Water furnished. $70 private FOR SALE 17 fiberglass Cobia iI ,!.
Month. FR (2641 or 6-2930 Mr. heating and air-conditioning $11-22 cruiser. S3 hp. Homelite motor ," *'" y"") 'ttww"''U' ?Of
.. .
Haynes. private entrance and private Balance Now (4 cycle). Murray trailer. fully 63 RAMBLER, 4-dr sedan, automatic, H, 9,000 actual miles $1495 '. ,A. >:''''' 'J.
bath. Close to University. FR equipped excellent conditio .

MODERN street. built-in 3 BR. 2 range bath. screened on quiet 6-684J. $276 _7 FR months 23742. old. 2250. Phone!! 63 RAMBLER, 4.dr sedan, automatic, R&H. clean, nice . . $1395 CITY AUTOMATIC i if

. porch $123 per month. AvaU. FOR RENT nice clean bedroom
able today. Ph. FR 6-3177. next to bath. Gentlemen only. Weekly Payments of PLYMOUTH,4-dr sedan automatic V-8 heater nice . . $1695
Must be soVr. Business man $2.50 72 Office Equipment f TRANSMISSIONInc.
TWO 3 bedroom 2 bath brick preferred. 13:$ N.W. 4th St.

homes. $110 per month. 331 a"** FR 2-0984. Ofr ICE UR.ITURE AND 62 FORD, Fairlane 4-dr, R&H, V-8, nice. . . . . . . . $1295 ;. I .
401 N.W. lT.h Street. Phone No money down no paymentstill EQUIPMENT.: New and used ,
3727470 or 2-4065.: 5 BLOCKS from Univ. Ig. furnished February. Ask for Chief desks chairs and tables metal "" ;,
room for 2 men or Phillip Furniture in storage at helving all sizes. See Parker. 61 OLDS, 4-dr '88', PS, PB, R&H, automatic . . . . . . $1795 'A CARL PITTSENTERPRISE' l
j 4 ROOM house. S34 Per month. married couple. Private bath. National Furniture Complete Office Outfitters. 601 I
Inquire 809 S.W. 2nd Terrace. 105 N.W. 7th Terrace. W. Univ. Ave. for all
Phone FR 6-4S2' need Phone 372.2535. your PLYMOUTH, 4-dr sedan, Automatic, R&H, V-8, nice . .. $895
WORKING girl or gr d. stud. to 3622Beach

2 BEDROOM unfurnished house share warm modern apt. H VALIANT 4-dr automatic R&H nice . . . . $1095 h ,
125. 3 bedroom unfurnished b'k. from campus It atores. 73 Musical Merchandise wagon, 1409 $. Main FR 2.5196 ;,

$135.1228 W.Gladys Univ. 3725393.Smith Realtor. $25 376 2613.SEPARATE per. Mo. plus utiL Phone Blvd.Next PIANOS tuned and repaired. CallD. 60 CHRYSLER 4-dr hardtop, PSt PB. R&H. A/C. V8. Auto. $1995 JJ

So. gate Plaza FL '.2S l -
HOUSE St. JC5 for per rent 1111 Inquire S.E. 4th at suitable unit. for 1 room 1 gentleman efficiency - Open daily ,-, Sat. Sun. 12-C days.. E. All Webb day after Saturday 5:30. Week.and 60 DODGE. 4-dr sedan. PS, PB. R&H V-8. A/C. automatic $995, THE SOUTH'S

1340 S.E. 24th Avenue or Phone only. Utilities It linens Jacksonville Fla. Sunday. FR 21955. 59 IMPERIAL 4-dr PS PB R&H A/C automatic $1545
FR 6-5036. furnished. Can be seen at 543 hardtop, f
N.E. 8th Ave. after 3 on week Delivery Assured LARGEST ;
3 BEDROOM! cement block ends. Automotive 59 IMPERIAL. 4-dr hardtop. PSt PB. R&H. A/C. automatic $14'9T
house. Approximately 7 miles -- Anywhere _

from Road. Gainesville Ph. 4722003.2BEDROOM on. NewbftT7 MAPLE entrance furnished and Private 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 59 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr h/top, PS, PB, R&H, A/C, auto. $1 145"SMITTY'S" F 9 AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION f
66 Misc. For Sal.
heat. Business man preferred.
HOUSE $60 After 6. 1516 N.E. 7th St. HOP & SAVE: i
DOUBLE room for manor Sewing machine. Nothing to buy
7466. couple. 3 blocks from camp to do the following: Zig Zag. ap 3860 SW Arcner Rd. Iii SPECIALISTREPAIRS
us. Private entrance private plique. Monogram. latin stitch in stock 30 t
over days .
49 Rooms For Rent bath. 327, N.W. 15th Terrace button holes. Etc. Assume pay. BJY: lHAT IMPULSE. DrIves r i4 PARTS & SERVICE ;
after 4.51A m nt.. $650 month. Balance utile to save a lot. Below market cq
$68. clean. Lake Geneva Trailer MAKE US AN OFFER ! for all makes t.:
Wanted To Rent Sales. lit 100. SB EXCHANGE
MCE rooms close In. Private Machine Key- 1 J
entrance and maId. service 531 Sewing atone Ht... Fla.
S.E. 2nd Place. FR 2-2582. WANTED Furn. 2 BR house all 18 years of expert, dependable service In :
modem. Phone FR 6-5212. ext. Service Co. 28* one bedroom trailer for rent. 62 COMET 4-dr R&H real nice . . .
automatic, car . . $1135 ir1j" Miami & 3 other large cities. ..
Built la Couple only. No pets. Manaro'aRestaurant.
2 ROOMS for girls. 40 weekends and after 4-30 813! w. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075 l',

study. t. Immediately.tables and desk.Price Avallt $35- 53 Office-Desk Space I I WATER heater. $23 allowance Phone FR 24690. 61 FALCON, 2-dr, red and white, nice. . . . . . . . . $995 2 All Work. Guaranteed }.:

and 110. FR 6-5329. 923 N.W. for your old. costly to operate TRAILER. for contractors. Newly .3 Every Transmission Pre-T.steel .
91 Ave. Mrs. Winn. 3733 W. University Ave. electric water heater. Hot water reconditioned.30 by 8with Freshly bath.painted.closet. 61 MERCURY, 4-dr sedan, PS, R&H, outo., V-8, blue & white $1075 I.HOUR SERVICE #

FOR quiet businessman or Neat ample parking convenient at about half your present 4desks. drafting table. Blue- ;
gnduz'e student In private loca'ton. S125 mo. P*. cost with LP gaa. Ask a*. Viint rack and storage. Ex. MERCURY, 2-dr sedan, 6-cylinder, R&H, nice . . . . . $845
home. Relr'.. aid separate en Fa 6.: 72. Warner Weseman. PROPANE. SW Archer Rd. PR ceiient condition. Good buy. ,,I" .. ' ,
r trance. FR 6-7673 or FR 6.4803. 1113 N. Main StBULLDOZERS 6-!110. Call FR 6.9950. 2.3701 or 2378 60 RAMBLER, 4-dr wagon, Overdrive, R&H, Nice . . . . . $850 I! ,:-/";", . ;J1J_R' ..?$ '"; 'ld..

evenings. ,>h, TWO bedroom house trailer. 60 FORD, 4-dr, '500', PS, R&H, automatic, A/C, V-8 . . . $775
$900. one bedroom house trailer .

I SERVICESHome $750. Can be rented. Phone 59 RAMBLER, 4-dr sedan, R&H, nice. . . . . . . . . $645
I 376-8231 Monday to Friday 9

to S. NOW SHOWING 58 CHRYSLER, 2-dr hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, V-8, automatic $961 BIG SAYINGS!

1964 MOBILE HOMES 57 CHEVY, 4-dr wagon, PS, PB, R&H, Auto, A/C, V-8, nice . $685
And BusinessPointing 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor

Plans. Terms Drive tailored to meet CHRYSLER, 4-dr sedan, automatic, R&H, V-8, nice . . $495
your budget. a little and

save a CONNOLLYMobile tot at 56 FORD, 4-dr wagon, R&H, runs real good . . . . . . . $395

;. na 2 Miles North Home on Sales.U. Inc.S. 441 56 CHEVY, Truck, automatic, V-8, rack sided . . . . . . $545
- -
Phone 6'12.8166 --

Dragline. Back MET BERT BREWSTER THOMtS Closed Sundays FR 6-3400 Imported Cars FR 6-3400
HAYES. Painters. Interior
hoe. wheel tractors motor 54 PACEMAKER 33'. 2 BR.
grader. Free e lmate.. W. G. and exterior. FR 21307. good condition. P. O. Box 937 -

(Buck) Johnson. FR '6621. FOR TOP QUAUTY P MINTING. Starke. Fla. 63SAAB,2-drR&A-speed;:: like new . . . . . . . . .?1395 SHAW &
SMALL bulldozer loader dump FOR SALE. 1 BR house trailer

truck fill dirt. lime rock. Top Ely. 3722781. good condition. $600. Small 59 RENAULT, Dauphine, heater, nice . . . . . . . . . .$395
oil. Phone FR 2-784C. EXTERIOR and interior paint. down pa>ment. low monthly Friendly FORD Dealer Since 1924"

Inc. Phone FR -5420.. or FR payment. 6-4821 or (5235. 58 FIAT, 2-dr '600', heater . . . . . . . . . . . . .$395
JJ128 TRAILERHOME. 8 x 35*. 2 bed. 238 W. University Ave. FR 2-0503

CarpentryGRADY room furnished. Aw"nines. Excellent 55 OPEL, 4-dr, radio, heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$395
Plumbinf condition. 3620 S.W.
Archer Rd. Lot B14.

Custom built CABINET cabinet WORKS and moldings ALTERATIONS ft REPAIR 27 ALUM trailer. $800. Guy SEE SAVE SEE

finishing and spray RemodeUnx-Additional Vi bath Harrington. Fairbanks back of "MAC" McCULLOUGH J- L. SMITH
painting. Installation a pedalty. Steve's Grocery. Waldo Rd. TODAY

1533 E.Phone University 3728313 Arena FREE SHEHEE ESTIMATESJOE : PLUMBING WILL SELL or trade equity in FRANK GRAY WILBUR SLIGH S.YEAR-SOOOO Mile Warranty

COMPANY SOilS ft. New Moon trailer for
Alterations FR 17423Remodeling equity in 3-bedroom house. Call
. Home ServiceWood FR 61444. HAWES-POWERS Motor Co. Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks

ALTERATION dressmaking 85 Automobiles for Sale

.. hems Mrs. Klein.zippers 37579Appliance button..:. hole Florida Home rooms. Improvements.carports patios. I CEMENT imuauiK. block work. 312 N. Main Street FR 6-3400

'J roofing and heating Financing -! Re-modeUnf. repairs.. Phone BUICK '61. convertible all power.
Repairs adjusted to customers re- 372anytime. top condition like new. See POOLEGABLEMOTORS
quirements. after 6 P.M. 306 N.E. 11th St.

Parker Appliance Service Fred Wood.Wood.376-1100.376-4707. Repairs BUICK '57. Special ';;;;rtibi;:

Expert Major Appliance Service ED'S FLIT SHOP heater power steering IE brakes radio. RAMBLERS FORDS
working $450. Contact
Prompt. Efficient Mortgage Brok. HOME REPAIRSIF Hans Grover at 6-3261., ext 2706 I I
Courteous.372-6224 IT CALL NEEDS 3723372 FIXING or 3726681.CHEVROLET. 119 S.E. First Ave. Tel. 372-4343

1936. 6 cylinder RAMBLER & JEEP
FHA and conventional at lowest PAINTING & Repairs. exterior 4-door. auto trans. $795. See
:Service current rates. Term Interior. Phone 376-12U - --
Appraisal to 23 and and drive at 1M5 NW 34th PL -
year Will giadly discuss at no before 9 or after S. Phone FR 2-1178.
J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor ROOFING sidinf. enelosurei. FL'T. 1960. Right for campus FINE CARS
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 31 N Main St. Ph. FR 14494 Nothing down f*| Mo. Consolidation parking. 4-door sedan 1100. AUTO SALES
SERVICE financing available. Low milage. 1 owner. Priced USED CAR SPECIALSCOME S FAIR PRICES
1J1* W, ITMV AVE.PH37J3S22! FRED B. ARNOLD Pay in May. Free . to selL $400. FR 6-8308. 1007 N. Main St. COURTEOUSSALESMEN
REALTOR gift with Job Mid. 372 (MSI Phone FR 2.6313

Building & Repair Serv. FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS anytime. IN Northcentral Florida S

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH 372-333 Upholstery BUY YOUR Largest I PROMPT


I the --
your at
,( "A repaired house makes. a SVa per cent Interest. Terms U these qualities
reasonable pr.e a. Call SaUy. DEALER are
CaU Donald P.
happy homeM : 23 yean. FOR THE CORRECT
Petrucci. S32 N.E. llth Drive. BUY-BVILD-RUINA.'lCK Experienced. FR 6-96U. SELECTION standard at:
f TR 6-8807. Can Southern Mobile TIME . .

FREE ESTIMATES 23 NW 13 Dan St.Bird Ph. FR 22311 Stwinq Machine Reoai. Homes Brokers, Inc. FR 2-1411 I B&GMOTOR

Room General Additions-Carports Remodeling. c.A.LI-aEWING UACHINK SERVICE 2200 South Dixie HighwayPh. CARS & TRUCKS PRICEDTO

KING CONSTRUCTION CO. GLADYS Smith Realtor. TEA CO. Ill W. UBiventt 629-4818 Courtesy Of
and conventional loan LAW Avt. 3'1.107S. We sepsis a* Ocala Florida CO.
rate. Tenrt to 23 year 1223! Make War fully fnar U.< University ChevroletN.
EmRoysDEPENDABILITY W. Univ. Ave. 3735391 SELL ! Main St. at 16th Ave. Authorized/ Cadillac.

IS THE Tree Service -4 Oldsmobile Deafer

FREE 372-7948 OR ESTIMATES.376-1838 NOW.DIAL I I Sun Want Ads *expert and tree yard mrftry.maintenance.ua4eap FEDERAL QUALITY RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. IS S.E. 2nd St.

Free atimataa ft central 1 Mi. N. on 441 Good Used Cars FR 6-7515

l HOME ATTENTION OWNERS charge plan. 37tlTCk.SAPPS at City Umit Sign 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433CHEVROLETS Top Dollar Paid. Used Can

For a' new roof or other I Get Results TREE SURGEONS CALL 372-5113 :
J 2001 N.W. 13th St.
building nSsd5.WAYNE EXPERT: tree removal. We leave WE TRADE PLYMOUTHS
CHESHIRE na me... Guaranteed k>we trHeei. FOR ANYTHING I 2201 N. Mein II 2-4373 FR 67515t
p FR 6-430. Can 37S-4794 aft* 1.

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I' 14 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, January 21, 1964 I

UF Press Director I
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-- -- - --- -

Speaks At. Rollins < ,i,

Dr. Lewis F. Haines, directorof circles. He has taught at the .s... ..
the University of Florida University of Florida since 1941 SPECIAL

Press, discussed "The United and presently is a professor of NORGE pM f ftN

States and Inter American Relations humanities.Dr. .

: A Contemporary Appraisal Haines and his wife He- BIG 30" ALL PORCELAIN
at Casa Iberia, the Inter <- I

American Center of Rollins Co- len, were honored by the Hispa- 'r4 ShE l

lege last week. nic Foundation of the Libraryof 7y1 DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE I .

Congress in 1961 for their dis __ ._ j
His talk was the feature of tinguished publishing contribu- Big banquet size master oven. !

the Cafezinho Book Review tions to the Latin American cul Super fast Corox cooking un- e \

Series. ture. In 1962, the couple conducted % ; its. Infinite heat rotary con

Dr. Haines also talked at a a publications survey in '<<>< trols. Porcelain finish . protects '

dinner meeting of the Univer- Guatemala and Colombia under ;: c '; against rust and stains. i

sity Club of Winter Park Friday the auspices of the Rockefeller Model EREI302.

evening.In Foundation.Dr. I
addition to his services as
Haines has served
editor and director of the Uni- as a 128
of the Governor's (
versity of Florida Press since it I
Highway Safety Conference andas
was founded in 1945 Dr. Hainesis
a member of the admissionsand ,
well known in educational ,
standards committee of the 4I

American Association of Uni-

Chemical Firm versity Presses. He has contri-

buted to four major encyclope I

Blast Hurts 4 i dias and numerous academic A HOTPOINT I.-

I and literary journals. He is the

PACE AP-Offlcials) of the author of the book "Social Criticisms I "

Escambia Chemical Corp, saidan in the Novels of Charles 100 0AUTOMATIC ALL-PORCELAIN
investigation is being held to Reade. I

determine the cause o! an explosion The University of Florida WASHERMade

and fire that injured four Press will publish "The United

workmen Monday.The States and Inter-American Re- especially for our damp I '',

blast occurred in a new ,lations: A Contemporary Ap Florida climate. All porcelainboth I

distilling unit being tested. The praisal" this spring. inside and outside . '<

fire was put out in an hour. IV THE COUNTY will not rust! The marvelous
AND JVGE'S COURT IN washer that can be hooked I
Three of the four men injuredwere FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLDR- up
treated at a hospital and! IN RE: at your sink without costly extra
Estate ofGEORGE plumbing. Model LW425 0
released. The fourth was held
for treatment of facial burns. Deceased. O

The plant produces industrial All creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORS Estate of GEOR 128

chemicals and fertilizers. A hereby GE LEE CRUTCHER. deceased are .
notified and
required to file
company spokesman.said opera- any claims or demands which they 'I WITH TRADE

tions continued after the fire Office may have of the against County said Judge Estate.of Alachua in the

was put out.NOTICE County. Florida. in the Courthouse at TODAY
Gainesville. Florida within six calendar -
OF INTENTION TO months from the date of the first
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME publication of thls Notice. Each claim HOTPOINT
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Flor or demand must be in writing and i i'a
da Statutes notice is hereby given that must state the place or residence and b 10 nl, i I IV
the undersigned. Richard Dr lers. doing post office address of the Claimant iLl V! DELUXE AUTOMATIC
business under the firm name of and must be sworn to by the Claim I AT ALL

nee Hawthorne Store. Hawthorne.Grocery formerly Alachua Suwan Coun will ant. become his agent void or according his attorney to law.or It I I d II I ''i'' li CLOTHES DRYER

intends to register said DATED this 10th day of January I
ty. Florida Il i ,
fictitious name under the provisions of A. D./1964.Marjorie !I I ,,II II, ,, I I I i I Big capacity . drys up to
Henger Crutther l..
the aforesaid Statute. I ,
Dated at Gainesville Florida this 6 Executrix of the Estate of Geor I I I 20 Ibs. of damp clothes. Por- FLO HI DA- '
day of January. A. D.. 1964. ge Lee Crutcber. deceased.
RICHARD DRIGGERS (2996) 1:14. 21. 28: 2: 4. I celain protection. Exclusive ,
(2992)1:14.21. 282: 4 ,IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY il! 'I I I I I I ,I Hotpoint Speed-Flow drying '

IV REESTATE OF start control child-
IDA. i, III Safety .
XV RE: ,i ,
Estate ofDONIA Deceased. r, ren can't accidently start dryer

FORD HOLT. To All Creditors IV PROBATE and by closing door. Full 1 year r r
Deceased. Persons Having
AU Creditors IN PROBATETo and Persons Having tate Claims: or Demands Against Said Es 0 ...1uumn /? 111 written warranty. M C D U .- F

Claims or Demands Against Said Estate You and each of you are hereby notified 3 ,m sal"I 1/YIYMN 1,1 6'6'I I
and required I l I I ,
: to present any I I 6, U w
You and each of you are hereby no- claims and demands which you. or nI I I I, ,IN; $128
tif:ed and required to present any either of you. may have against the I STORES !
claims and demands which you. or estate of Martha Mitchell deceased , III ''aIIi =
have against the late of said County to i
either of you. may the County
estate of DONIA FORD HOLT deceased Judge of Alachua County.
Florida. I] .
late of said County to the at his office in the court house of i ..-" .,-
County Judge of Alachua County. said County at Gainesville. Florida n
Florida within six calendar months within six calendar months frm the
of the time of the first publication of time of the first publication of this _
this notice. Each claim or demand notice. Each claim or demand shll be
hall be in writing, and shall state the I In writing, and shall state the place ? ; / ; a... ,
plate of residence and post office address of residence and post office address of : ; :
of the claimant and shall be the claimant and shall be sworn to by ..., '., ,,'; .. t
worn to by the claimant his agent. the claimant his agent his attorney. t..Nt'...".: \ "1:1I.. ., :
or attorney. and any such claim or and any such claim or demand not so OLYMPIC I $ tv...... '. (' ; -- ,
demand not so filed shall be void. filed shall be void SAVEMORE .Y. ;j<. t')<.' ,
/S/ Emma Mae Holt Clifton SROBERT F. ALBERTO, .
As Administratrix of the Estate As administrator of the Estate of .t ;
of DONIA FORD HOLT deceased H. C.Martha Bates Mitchell of deceased. 6-SPEAKER STEREO HIGH-FIDELITV LA : :: .

2993) 1: 14. 21. 28: 2: 4 Bates tc Jones THAN : .,. v .lA' '>Ii'" i ' .. _-!
Attorneys for Administrator DELUXE CONSOLE PHONOGRAPH tx A: : a
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I P.O. Box 396Caine.ville. t ;, : .
JUDGE. Florida .
IDA. IN RE: ESTATE OF WALTER. (2094) 1:14. 21. 28: 2:4 EVER BEFORE 4 speeds .plays all record sizes. Beau- J .. W .
MITCHELL. deceased.IN .. .
GRAVES PROBATE.To tiful Walnut cabinetry. As a special bo -
All Creditors and Persons Having IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. ON ALL nus-McDuff gives 5 stereo records
Claims or Demands Against Said Es- IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. you
tate: You and each of you are hereby FLORIDA free of any additional cost with this -
notified and required to present any IN RE: ESTATE OF
model 1705.
claims and demands which you. or JAMES JACKSON SWICK. NAMEBRAND
either of you may have against the Deceased
estate of Walter Graves Mitchell deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
late of said County to the all creditors and aU persons hav
County Judge at Alachua County. ing claims or demands against said
Florida. at his office in estate.
house of said County at vGainesillet You. and each of you. are hereby PHILCO I
Florida within six calendar months notified and required to present any APPLIANCES
from the time of the first publicationof claims and demands which you. or eith-
this notice. Each claim or demand er of you. may have against the estateof
shall be In writing and shall ,JAMES JACKSON SWICK. deceased LIGHTWEIGHT PORTABLE TV. . : rR,. p
late of Alachua
the place of residence and County. Florida to
and It ate shall be his sworn attorney to by and the claimant.any such Judge the lion.of H.Alachua H. McDonald County. County County WEIGHS LESS THAN 25 POUNDS /> .
Ills agent
shall Courthouse in G a I n e sville. Alachua

be claim voidS or/ Robert demand F.not Albertia so filed County from the Florida date of the within first six publication months -SOUTH'S: : Take it anywhere, with luggage type ,,

of the Estate of of this notice. handle. Long telescopic antenna. ,
As administrator Easy
Each claim or demand must be In $12 8
Walter Graves Mitchell deceased writing and must state the place of front tuning. Full 1 -
guarantee on 4
R G. Bates of residence and post-office address of the -LARGESTSELECTION year
Bates Ic Jones claimant and must be sworn to by the aluminized picture tube. Model 2600.
. I
Attorneys for Administrator claimant his agent or his attorney or '. ,
P. O. Box 396 it will become void according to law. '. '
Gainesville. Florida Each creditor shall deliver sufficient
J99J> 1:14. M. 28: 2:4 copies of his claim to enable the Coun- : .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ty Judge to mail one to each personal z C -
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. representative. d _
FLORIDAIN Dated January 2. A. D. 1964 GIBSON a
Deceased Executors of the Last Win !
all creditors and all persons having JAMES -- --- I It
claims or demands against said estate. Deceased WORLD'SPRICES
You and each of you. are hereby no- Donahoo tc Rogers. Attorneys REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COMBINATION
Nan Bank BldgJacksonille.
1414 Barnett
tified and required to present any
33202: 1
claims and demands which you. or .
First publication on: 1 7-64
either estate of of you.LORE.may E have EAKER acainst SWICK.the TO TIlE EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR ',...::: Stores an abundant supply I of food. Spacious t,
of Alachua County. : :
deceased Florida to late the Hon. H. H. McDonald. The above notice must be published Alachua deep door shelves with convenient egg racks. ; ,I
in a newspaper published
County County Courthouse Judge of in Alachua Gainesville.County.Ala County once a week for four (4)>> publications New Trimline design, looks "Built-in". Tall o, /
and the proof of publicationwhich ,
chua months County.from the Florida.Ithllt date of the first six ( will be furnished you by the bottle zone. Sealed unit guaranteed 5 full f
of this notice. paper) filed in this office. 1 1111 I
publication Model 1609-1709 (Floor ) No
Each claim or demand must be in H. H MCDONALD years. Samples t

writing and and must post-office state the address place of of residence the- (2974)! County 17. 14.Judge 21. 21 extra charge for left hand door. r I \r k

claimant and must be sworn to by the I 1
claimant his agent or his attorney
or tt will become void according to 1
law.Each creditor shall deliver sufficient
copies of his claim to enable the Coun- FROM FLORIDA NAME YOUR WITH TRAAIFROST
ty Judge to mail one to each personal

Dated representative.JAMES January R.S.SWICK A. D. 1964 PEST CONTROL" OWN TERMS ; I

As Executor of the Last Win and


The above notice must be published ts
la a newspaper published to Alachua 1 I Ii Ii .iA QUEEN
County once a week for four (4) publications I CARRYINGCHARGE
and the proof of publication }
(which will be furnished you by the s .
paper County filed Judge in this office. PLAN! CHEST-TYPE HOME FOOD FREEZER -

ems l.T. 14. 21. M : Specially designed for apartments, trailers and

1/ r homes. Takes up little floor space but stores over

THE SUN MOVES 118 pounds of frozen food. 5-year 1' 1 I C

guarantee on unit plus food protection -

.rW.- THEY'RE s-" plan. Model 66F

.. ., / DEATH FREE o- S 128Cor. .
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MERCHANDISEElectrical. I tvL'I; [' f c I -

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Yard & Garden


Residential. Industrial CALL: Commercial 1 1 ,' FR 6-2661 ". ,. N. Main & 12th Ave.

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C. P. Dressier

Phone FR 6-1296
Electrical Contractor &. .&

Phone FR 6-6193 ga.wuee.I .

910 N.W. 4th St. -
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