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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 5, 1964
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Johnson


Asks


New


Laws


to


Protect


Consumer


WAUfUIG= (AP) Pr.
net Johm aed Cowi
today for ne aw to protect
a d dla d aateret
care. And he poe.
dble ude o federal t to
*dp binium hif prm .
pare hoaehoUM bot.
Johmou, ia a mpeial me.
sage A con wer i-s, ma-
dored nfe specmific places o
- -ia-tim obcing Pol


bib to bn dere pge I
big ad to rep Ie l di id.s
surdf Merest rates n lttal
"Fo far too ag," Jason
ftM "frbe cOI-air ik 1
too ile t else sdb Nittl#
Preshiet said hat iwha laborM
o iess, far ad pnf
swal groups be e.ll
rirepeseted, the p omnr "h
lad to take a ba aet."


The am t wel id in the
miuap the o traied
pwiAted workers to help
a bout mg adt how to
"get,the at for their mat-
was not pt eirward b the form
at kogHiatia
Instead, Jmon said he was
aking all federal d aged e i
btreosd a emmor eemdi.
to esxpkre kly the pobility
of adaptig the Agrcultural


Etosi Smvce oem pt,
ucceal in rural areasm" to
ties and tows.
The Pres t also aad
p rnet uil tryom to pr-
mote cnsumar aecat I to the
choos ad ourap more
young peop "to asee Ite-
tion ia the dmimenab ofbd-
getg, b-i& and borrowing."
He sad his committee
commer iates soon wil be.
g a series of regional coofer-


men to e plr "the problems
of adequate cnmmner Idorma
tin."
Johson devoted most ate-
ticm to tisptb ackag eg pro.
"I ewomald legislation to
insre that the coammer has
access to the inuortimo naces
say to make a rational chodem
among competming package
predots," he said.
As for trauth.hiling, he


called for a new law that would
require lenders to ddose in
advance the total am nt of la-
terest to be paid and th annual
rate of interest.
Other legislative recommen-
dationwere:
A requiraent that cosmetics
be proved sale before market
tlg and that federal inspection
of tood, dro and comnetics
be expanded.
Require imspuion of all meat


and poultry sold in the coun-
try, whether or not it crossed
state lines. Johnson noted that
present federal law requires in-
spection only of these items
when they cross state lines.
Grant subpoena authority in
administrative hearings under
the Food, Drug and Cosmetic
Act
Require warnings of accident
Hazards on labels for drugs,
(See JOHNSON a Page 2)


I


88th Yeor, No.
I i


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1964


Former


Links Hoffa



To Jury Fix

CHAT'ANOOGA, Ten. (AP) A TemItes official-
turned-informer testified today that Jams JL Heoff told,
him of plans to "try to get a few scattered jurn" i
the Teamsters president's conspiracy trial
Edward Grady Partin, Baton Rouge, La, Temsta
officer, tetid over heated de-
fense objections at the jury Frak Wso this mol per
tauperai trl of Hoe and s pd t to te .
five other men. His was t he M a in*.. .. .
first temonynk Hoifa def' by
with m alleged juq r *y4 Ih r'osurs rpem appearace,
forts sofaris thOetrial, noi had sout to b
Its third week. ton y a grn ds be
"He cald me to is rom" r ben panl ed pBy !
said Pari, bue manager taer midst by td Jusce Doi
of Baton Rouge Local No. partme. '
"He told mehe'dlikefor e to. "I find the pemne di
stick around a few days. He not place him l idst dW f
mim wantmetotalkttoafew (O a )
people. (See OFA o Page 3) !
"He said they wre gog to
get to one juror and try to get
to a few scattered juros and Dn
hei a elance." gl
Hoffa p the others are ae-
nOed of trying to laaes ,
m is the 1M Naslle
tri. ByI OB (MIl
Soe p man ois a ma r l ltertBi w-
vktorny w US Dt Judige You coud be atfh ar t 110


Mayor Defies

OrderTo

Mix School
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (AP)-1Wb
ayr of Notaulga invoed a
newly adopted city ordinance
today and refused to a it six
Negroes to the all.it Notea
alga High School deite a fed-
eral court order to desegrgate
the schooL
Six other Neroes by com
trabt, were Silted quietly to
another white high shod at
- Shter Hg fM4
ain Integrated by hid c ant
erd
Maor Jam Ron at Neit-
alga topped to six Negro sl.
deat bre the y ou get
the county school b and nd1
fled them that uder the new
city fire and safety inspection
ordinance de school already
had as many students as It
couM safely accommodate.
The bus, driven by a Negro
and occupied only by the six
Nero student, left te school
groums and b headed had idthe
direct of Tegee, whern
the dtota bad bardd t.L
A aemMerdci phatIpapI ,
VenM Merritt Jr., was fadb
ly tab off the us ad tl
bto p eMu whn kt w &
erd e hadlpped aidm
atToains.
M l ts a m dof telemnr
hia UCUL a h ea3


ble wheaya swalow me 1
tbe dm pOt rom the boil
tie that's lmbeen aging In t
mediable cabinet two or tre
years, |
You're ls& coartg dmng.,
taking a ng that was pr.
scribed for mother, says Dr
LoweD T. Coqgag a kauj
medal ecaon. I
Drq uu uKd payd
sicians don't ase risks wi
were not intendAed at dot a
the drug waws sold, he adM&. I
Dr. Coggeshall, vice president
of the UnvCrsty e Chicad u
chairmen of the Iammnisslodl d
Drug Salety, ced a the pubt


t

i


$ti1


NEWSSTAND PRICE 10e
ONE WiS DAILY AND MNDAY
OM DELIVERED tk


Hike City's Share




Of Liquor Licenses


Gains Five


DR. FRANCES 0. KEISEY


per


in


Dr. Kelsey Here

For Workshop

lie to use more cauti in the
use dr & at the opening of
the tetoloh g workshop at the
J. Hilis Mlivr Health Canter
thiswee
Tertology is kde study ad bth
d ecb by dp
A bhe riMon gat o 75
Dr. Rua & 0. Keuley of the
U. L Food i d rq Aflie-
tranto, are putt their M a
together here this wk to hUp


Rights lill Faces


Final Chalknge

WAmINGTO (AP) nte im tdeate or
l chaeaim rmins today tar ope a to he
o thse apral a a strog a type of diurim-
utlke accommodatoms ,ee ni t pdei mEW Ne.
Sthe Wdv rights bL d lat year
A IRiuMra "aiWl aid gem pMeuin


Mhmt s apptNDe posd
best hMAt to a Mpartian co
tUi tt eay tUemed b
Sona"c atmip to weaks
the sct o tMinery.

the phb p irt
U wm peM l t ret
B whl 3 dssbyMiltl
ltn ^wMe|sh^ kb *


Airlift Yanks


NICOSIA, Cym (AP)-Aa
Isbag mk b of Amre
- ad dbfoItm hft

gaw Crpn.
Tbws bob e d the A-
Im thasw t Niks T.-



der or dI^ Wa
M^ a* P" = _



tto
Mimi mallm


Terrorist




AuNuicsa



wft"I 16 ew a
NMt hIII S*IIII-


,ap seagois e

tat baa(
ir h f I ll a







rom
horn


Drugs


ma that modern weaier
drugs are taken w t d sr.
Dr. Kelsey is credited with
preventingthe saleof thalido-
mide In the United States before
It was definitely identified as e-
sponsible for thousands of birth
deformities in Europe.
Some good may have resulted
from the trage of the tha6do.
aide episo do, Dr. Coggedall
said.
"Since then there has been a
noticeable spirit of coopera-
tin among the scienfic com
munity, drug industry and p-
ernment agencies. Everyone is
genuinely interested in waning
to make our new mdas
sale," be said.
(See KELEY a Pap 2)

Ocala Race


Picketing

Is Halted


OCALA (AP) -Negro Iegra
tioniss said today they wil
halt picketing of downtown
Ocala stores as a "pod faith"
emctin to the d abi-
,rda cmmie by ty edfici
a.
The Rev. Frank Pkt
dkam of the NAACP Mari
C baty rnch, aid selective
iIs*h would comfhe.
PAiing, aI" ha s e
has b indad a-bytle
MA swtie Ja.
Wl l orn AWk1010 1- 1
tA teldal comte last
40 0CAU. m PaP O


Cyprus


At Expense

Of County
By HAROLD PUMMEL
hn Staff Writer
TALLAHASSEE Five liq.
uor licenses have been pulled
t of rural Alachua County
and into Gainesville by the
State Beverage Department
Instead of 12, the city now
will get 17 licenses.
And the share of 30 li.
cenmes allotted to the county
has dropped from 16 to 11 out.
side the city limits, said a SBD
spokesman here this mornig.
The move follows several
weeks of examining the popu.
lation distribution to Alacbua
County and an attorney gener-
al's ruling.
He said recently that re-
ali a liquor lic dia,
trihutimo peadure i be Wsn .
ty we d be proper.
Te aned for clarifleation
anse in toerpreting the law
that states licenses should be
dir ted a among diffent
areas of a county on the basis
of the last U S. census.
The ldt cusa was in 11
when Gainesville had 2,000
residents.
flt gave Gainesville 13
imens.
But since the 1M0 cens, an
nation has added 10,I to
no pemns.
Proponents of increasing the
city's are of the leein s jus
tify their arguments with the
anneation. They listed
the population o the area
that now Is Gainesville should
be used Instead ofoldGalnes..
vik's population fim.
Now they've won, and their
vcory an the Uquor bea-
log procedure in Gaimesville.
It asM alters the odds for sue-
eeas of the applicants.
Under the old pin where the
cnmty would have gotten I .-
ce nes, every second applicdt
would have gotten a license.
There were 33 applicants for 11
licenses. But with only 11 li-
c-am available, the odds drop
to 3 to L
Inside th eity limhnits, Mie
adds are hbanced by the
move.
them ae applic for
-I cemgs baibs Galsm
vle. Whem te city was
lasted to lice12 s, the so
s am a a peaDk ameseda
Ioum s 6%a to 1.
te iki to In me s,
L a rease to a r
TO *-|BS afect oly Gals-
ft ndte rural part- of
"a". 7Te heawnal two
SA ma0m )
b4I5mM8 I p3l)


b..m ans a NOW cypSs atE A--IS



SmhuyMV flbbm- *a lte aimnale as 1
*tb 04 'tw a /ees g1 usa as as to

ft a V - b a-Sd -
f-L ^..y^A"m wmi N wr'~ a I** d aw la dk ho^-.
at. ft^sm h # do a a
;qMI. bmQL a" Sa I dft'
AV- g ga am CIL UAU asif-f M1
t Ise r a s~e to ^.lrJf~~ -,iii~- t


e
.. .srwr- sw


aw


any a


January


Really


By BILL TAYLOR
Sea Staff Writer
Last month was almost the
"wettest" January ever record-
ed for achua County.
Rainfall during the month
totaled 11.52 inches. The most
rainfall recorded for January
was 11.7 inches in 19N, the wet-
test of all. The average rainfall
for the month is less than six
inches.
Keith Butson, state climatolo-
gist at the University of Florida
said there are three check points
for rainfall in Alachua County
where he keeps tab on daily
rainfall.
The three points are on the
southwest edge of the Universi.
ty campus where last month
there was recorded IV. inches
of rain; at Mobse where the
rainfall totaled ".01 inches, and


Was


All


Wet


off the Waldo Road about two
miles from Gainesville Municl-
pal Airport where the rain to.
taled 877 inches.
The 11.52 inches of rain were
recorded by the Gainesville
Flight Service at the airport.
Butson e x p la i ned that the
high reading at the airport was
because of "localized" rain and
"cloudbursts" that fell on a
small a r e a of Gainesville dur-
ing the month.
The first year that records
were kept on rainfall in Ala-
chua County was 188.
Last month the 1904 record
appeared about to be broken
on Jan. 30. If there had been
only a medium "shower" of
rain p n the last day of the
moth there would have been
a record set. As it turned out
it mied only by .31 Inch.


U.S. 301 Widening


Is Moving Along


CoUndemnation proceedings for
the next 4.5 miles of US. 01
our.laning from Waldo to Oruan
ge Heights will be filed today,
County Attorney Wayne Carlisle
told the Alchua County Com-
mission yesterday.
County Engineer Roy Miller
said this morning the 4.5 -mile
kleg of the project is expected to
be up for cotrieont bidding
at the March State Road De.
apartment bid letto.
Miller said the latesthase of
the highway himpnuam t work -
extends frm the Waldo south
city limits to ta Road 2
at Orange Heights.
Latest eonstn ni con. act
awarded by the SD was to VW
and N CaMstructiCo. of Ocla
for work from the BraN rd
County lie o te Waldo south
city limits on Jan. 2.
After the Wal *Orange
Heights project, the s phmse
of US 311 foeorlsg fIrm
Orange Heights of Haw
thore. UMier sid this Mdec
is expected to be p for oon-
tract i May.
Caoty o i. o actn
yeut yirte d:
-A rnpt by tae eam aogi
r st wwdeiom Isim at
te em*y Jfl hduiI e -mc
d0Md by nd Teey.
-Agreeg to as far w O
romn U federal pu as


Ii ad M 1is md a l
Sto "mitS G81bto-

s bkm Gat d by ylab -



p


WHEN


questing that the street be per.
manently barricaded to prevent
through traffic onto 4th Avenue.
- Approving Commissioner
Claude Brandon's request that
Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews be
asked to get a federal survey of
the Santa Fe River and its
drainage problems caused by
Willow and growth restricting
the stream's flow into the Su.
waonee River.


Road Loan


Sought

By County
By.JEAN CARVER
Se Staff Writer
Alachua County's chances
of borrowing nearly 300,000 to
exted N.W. Ath Avenue will be
explored in Tallahassee today
by County Commissioner Jack
DuNmNIce.
Durrance was authoried by
the Couy Commis yester-
day to discu a po le loan
with trustees of the new board
of trustees for secondary road
funds.
He is one of Idree county com.
miaemin appointed to th
tr e bard by Gov. Faris
The mt e authorized to
Seach conay up to 5W.IW
on a five"wear bs. The chair-
muadIbe Soe Road Board
and tat. wearer are also
eters of the board of trus.
Asdwcmammra yo.
trdy said the ed to exed
f Avi was go great to
wim ewral yeam for the eal.
west aIsal road in tlmestu
Ga*bsvI to reth e top
lf it. nary r ead rfrty
ft-


cony Do-w toy Mfa
sWatid that e project M
cm hIve. popand
lMt
a en pd toll halm
- i emed .bSb
asum m 1 f nlPOeW
pagil nis mw is
b Thfeu- teep. Yste-
4wk geoin b dal


Cloudy, Rain


(Detdi Pa 2)


- -r


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- CD-Coudy with rain chang.-
ing to showers toIgst eming
Sand becoming par oudy
Smny. Mid lows to-
night around M at*Mh Thnrs-
day in the s. Southeat and
mouth 10 to 1 mile winds dimia-
Z eshing tonight and bwaom
s outhwesterly Thursday..
.B-fledy with nki Auift-
shrisers Adkmrl a ts sm.
pa. F eartiy Thorda. NM teal.
rearodi 3 a6 ad k Tiardart b
S+OL Mikeiu uad sW o"Na M to
25 msile per hour diiltihMag eigh *

SY G-pu W.0llmly .Wy it
ad showean thrmuh Tkraany. M i
Sia laws maiMly I. Mt81 am hi
JIbanAday Itk i1 11b.athY Iy B hi
S.1 il* winds bad ing .asi rwsrty
Th ursday.


JL I J-paily eldo wtt a mte
s oMn W .ir Thtndayj. Mild itk
lows loight in t i. high Thun-
wads dlalmighnIn M N tamasi
MautwMaeerl n TIunray.
K-Watlty lw1dy liki Tmeand.y.
Chaii of a ahowa or two tinil
r t drsay. Mld whL bw.l sight
4 S ki 7 sad high Thunday ear N.
S3lrw is ta u mite wnlds toes-
ft souwthwesterly bosla ad mTa-

4LAunAC
'at todWay : p.m.
'umri tmorro _-- 1:17 a.m.
oiN wss irow -- i: a.m..,
W- 74 MOM ....... ...... F. Is
T- ,O ENK'T STARS
"Muan of Peau. I. the
S wet .... ......... .-..... m.- : .m
The two very bright "e ars" amt
Sof the Squa are e th poas. Vet-
ad Jupier. VI'M k Ithe rIu*
or of t4 two.


Five.Day
Temperatures will average
near the seasonal normal for
the five day period starting at
7 p.m. Wednesday and ending at
7 p.m. Monday. Normal daiy
high and low temperatures
range from N to 43 at Talla-
hassee; 72 to 52 at Tampa; and


More About


Johnson


S From Page 1
cosmetics, and pmr riled con-
tainers.c
End the practice of allowing
pesticide manufacture to
market their products before
they hav been certified a sae
by the Agriculture Department
Grant the Federal Trade
Commission authority to Issue
temporary cease-addesist or-
ders, subject to tourt review,
whbe the rfC believes contin-
uation of alleged false advertis-
ing or other unfair practices
would irreparably injure the
* public.
Extend to over-thecounter
stocks and bonds the same full
- disclosure requirement that
now insure pulic release of fi-
manal data about securities
W e on the stock exchanges.


Wedmedy, Memny 5, 4


--**


TEMPS


n' Tides


mmmpesesmeamwan
Jupawriir 7 a
JaKmIIb U 3 76 1
M1ml I S N .14
TW --*--- Lu
AUfw &b 31- .3
NfwOrkm ---- S7 M A
-s......-41 34
a ork ---- 43
Wasbkot --- 5,
Cwaa ------ 6
Dar _. a 7
k...os Cs .. 53..1 N
Im AM -- W K"
asftssr 1 A
CnAn KiT rion
TgWgy High At 1:M am.A au.m
eI 7;30 P.M Low At i: a& a. sd 1:1
p.m


IAZINg FOIWAtrC
AEr GULtF: sbuth Md aA
wiads I f i a Ins i f t
Sohm -OW mNess.
Forecast
7 to 51 at Miana. Rainfall will
average around one inch with
locally heavier reading over
the north portion of the state.
Showers are expected at the
beginning of the period and
again Sunday or Monday.

More About

Liquor

From Page 1
god. They'll go to Aechua and
High Springs. In High Sprin
there's only one applicant. Ala-
chua has two.
Despite word f the re-align.
lent of the distribubon proo.
cdure, there's still no indica.
tin as to when them ceases wi
W issued.
When the announcement of
re-alignment was made this
morning, beverage department
officials declined to speculate on
when the judging of applicants
would be completed and the le-t
enses issued.
They etier had mild they
hoped to issue them by Feb. 1.
Director Richard Keating re-
portedly has been occupied with
other busin including a
grand jury investigation of cor.
rpUtion charges that followed is.
suan of licenses i newly-wet
Polk County. The probe Wc-


A muchdiscussem bl re- o N
Z A Iuhmc~i~ 5 Nil tO uITied several days.
quire "truth-in.packaging" as i the end, the jury commend-
been introduced by Sn. Philip d the beverage department
Hart, D-Mich., and Rep. Eman-
Sel Celler, D-N.Y. v Kil le
The measure, designed toFiveed
make it easier for the house-I !C lli0
wife to compare pack ofa In son
competing products, had Keane- l
day's approval. ear alatka
So, too, did a "truth-rn-lead-
h*" bill that would require ad- PAIATKA (AP) -Five -me
vance disclosure of the amnua-wm e killed Tuesday > andm
rate of interest to be paid by a sixth critically injured when
borrower, two trucks collided two miles
Johnson last month played west of Palatka on State Road
added emphasis o consumer M.
problems when he appointed A Highway Patrol trooper said
Eher Peterson, an assistant the cab of a trctor-traibr cal
secretary of labor, a is speci-lided with a pickup truck eceu-
al assistant for c r af. d by the victims. He sad the
fairs. force of the aact ws great
Although Mrs. Peter=o has tt to wreckers spent ml->
rtained her bor pWWe, a seWats the velis.
pIaPs to movu her ddam U sea iwasn weofh
to me REm"Ofive uln a w"e Pulas County "qy..
:nst door to the W e. ad were idet a
Thren she will drt-t rgu aymo k, 4,
multiplying activities of the ~s, 3 s M aMN,
cewly created Premidt's Oaa- W..J ,d A
amittee an Cosma Warntess a
......... Wed maied s iIn lt-
which she heas. Wadr abflilm J Pk tM .
She committee was.dldM by -1
.Jofinmen to "lmad the CO to'pr said. Hoe ad
Sof America's a Jmm- eJ s died the cr
:ers against sharp practice m ad M am MAM etr
Sntranamted pnricegea in thebe itaL
*.- "- aS Lurfn,,. M, ,s
ModifiedLtEdr &cOster nhic -a ma
Law Supportedi O, MC.,u eart.
Don Caraey, itg s Ir for
rth Ge.a impas 'a &yautm-yDue
obedience las. dcldd e Ne T w.l .
club's poitts UO pirei g NDwu ouUIDe
control laws 4 GaiMARS tiS TA P (A) I
a. aus a. as a o iMa's Bi h iL a


Msreyt saidakbt v


NISsueSaSbvUetIa


---I


-Learned


i TATALM a.. yesterday when Mi. L- After Mr. LMIsd made thu'
mhI WmWr da went to the Bank d Haw- pm t at the bank yesr-
hl ls h liMrs. l a fo hesister. At tat lave the bankhte was
Londop's ye e had never tim Mrs. LaonL was nm ci ra ched by a Negro man who
played utilteatrday. aly secure. She ad $ in the asedhrIfit&SAad heard ay.
a.Se it W. uW S b@se Mand at homL thing abeut "that new tax mn
1 ,oal a eill tinM a w fix. lbe.gm ended alout 5 p.m. Iey the bank and in pot
,MrU Beckham, a Negro, i a yesterday. She fo.nd herself office"
imOW.She lib a da ii herb money i the bank
home in Haw m. Yesterday ad -one at bome. Mrs. Londos told the man
she lot her Ii savings, $1, Mrs. London's $1,M0 went to that abe knew nothing about
to a wuple c ati who two "flim-flam" opesaitr who banks and their taxes but in-
introdl ced M Ldon to the teamed up to get s i g for formed the man that her brother
ameo' "nit." Inothing and picked Mrs Ledo worked at the Hawthorne Post
T i a tedan abnM t :g ast their victim. OfIe and ha Mold ealighteI


.Uwyters

DIMie UF
I I
L' i
Seminar
More tha Gainesville ar
lawyer wil td an mll-
egal ^1Kill F ay at t
Univr Fty aFlorida Colle
I -
O fair audio ium.
LocAl Oharan Henry Ba
ber 3*dthe aoon ci
trial .practice is part of
six-setdio erueFi toin Fmri
Bar Assioc csti contlminu
educeon "
West Palm Beach attrn
PLO Conoell ffll be master

partIcipants inchl
ra er er Helneb wl
wil be an eert witness du
on enminatiom
an cross e Ho of a
pet wutessesj
Aaps and bueprmnt for t
Sbiin wertpvided by M
Lt(Bt4ck) Foer.
ther.minar e n is begin
9 a.m.,and tb last discuss
is from :30 to 1:3 p.m.


She ighth Judicial Circuit
Bat Association will sponsor
a 0Con for seminar mem-
be at. the Holiday Im.
Lw iWdents; will be allowed
to it i on any of the sessions
without paying the M regi-
tradon fee.


Rights


Frot Page
ly interstate travelers, was deo-
featd 165 to 1. And ome by
Rept Howard W. Smith, D-Va.,
tatwould hav completely nul-
thed the provi4 went down
1 s o 107.
T aiuendmeet to be offered
today by Rep. George Meader,
R h.,poses a more serious
problem ,for the bill's support-
e M,
M"ade, a member of the mb-
comdlitte6 that helped shape
the bill ad a srong supporter
of mny 'of its provisions, fav-
ors lnitig federal action sole-
s ta tra v d e s am e m
would coer oa ho motels,
atg Places servid cie sta-
m tions'onnte4 hgways.
House leaders hope eonsider-
gumi of the bill Till mo along
faster staying tday. After two
days, action si has not been
complete on flo titles aad
There art, eight to "o.


IMore About


Cyprus

From Page 1
ad disrupted the ebassy's
telephone system.
US. Consul George McFar-
land said he saw a man get out
of a car, drop a packdag near
the embassy wall and then speed
off in the vehicle. The embas-
sy was evacuated after McFar-
land's alert.
tberiaque was knocked off
his feet by the second blast as
he walked around the corner of
th building to inspect damage
from the first explosi.
Pan American World Airways
sent two jetliners to Nicosia to
make shuttle runs across the
Mediterranean to Beirut, M
miles away. The first plane to
depart carried 17 women and
children.
The evacuation was expected
to be completed by Thluday.
The American community
Cyprus numbers about 1,M
persons, about 1, of the de-
pendents. It was not known
how many of the latter wold
leave.
Bombs also were exploded
Tuesday night at a Greek-owned
hotel where Britons were stay-
ing. None of the guests or em-
ployes was injured.
Makarios' rejection of the
NATO peace force was dis-
closed in London by Greek Cyp-
riot Foreign Minister Spyros
Kyprimanou.
The U.S and British govern-
meats have stipulated the 10,-
000-man NATO force should not
be made dependent on the Se-
curity Council, in which the So-
viet Union has a veto.


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Road


From Page'
Board member Ralph Powers
of Lake City about extending th
Avenue.
Comisioner Sid Martin said
increased traffic on the major
roads in northwest Gainesvile,
coupled with additional traffic
anticipated when 1-75 inter-
-ae are opened, made the
day."
He said theroad would have
to be added to the primary road
system to qualify for immediate


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characters ad dowriht ri peds which temn as not,
baedialeg. I mer frm bewroum to bed-
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SIcept. The man sad they would was there she picked up I0
Mrs. indon and t spl t the money three ways on i cash. Then she went to th0
e o he conditia that they couldbank and drew out 00 ani
went ...ost office, but herprove that they had en gave it to the first man sh
brother was not there. Te manmoney to live on for a few had met and and he said tha
sO ted hat they go to his months. Ihe would protect it for her un
car and wait for her brother That's always the climax of til they could get the money)
to come back. They were sita "flimflam" game. That's from the other man.
tin the ca r when when it's decided who will wini
mn e arwtothen and who will lose. The odds The two men and Mrs. Lond
confidentially t el m e were against Mrs. London. on were supposed to meet at
be had just found ta. r t She told the man that she had grocr store in the afternoon
oe ust found a lrge sum money in the bank, but would, Mrs. London showed up, but
ofm have to go home to get her the other team didn't.
The man wanted to share it bank book. She went home for The game was over, and Mrs,
with them. They said they'd ac- the bank book and while she London had lost


Obituarie


1I st rTT T EDGAR IVEY DR. WILLIAM
rnC -% I 1I iServices for Edgar S. Ivey,I COWPERTHWAITE
At e 0 V 6 0 I, 6 S.E. 7th St., will beI A memorial service 'for Dr.
SThursday at 4 pm. in the Wl- William (; Cowperthwaite,
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP 10 block of NW 2nd Street. liams-Thomas Chapel. 44, who was killed in an air-
The GainmSvle police this Ralh I Grande Sherouse, A retired city lt deparplane crash here Monday, will
__ .ll o.li. th 414 NW 3th St., and James ment employee, he died yester. be held at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow
morning rqwptor l h.1e iw Douglas Frakes, 404 N. Main day. at the Holy Trinity Episcopal
perso u inolu In accidents inSt., about 5:44 p.m. yesterday He lived here since 15IS and Churrn
the city yesterdayaa today: at tihe intersection of Main as a member of the Fhrt He was thedirector of the
.Martin Watkins, o NW Sre t ad University Avenue. Christiam QMrch and was a Div.son of Plant Industry of
4th a in e Cdy Heders St. Augu- .the Florida Dept, of Agriculture.
4th St., about 7:35 am.m inthe ederson, St. ugu- Include hs wd- The body wll be shipped to
tine, alid Judith Ann Lyman, survsore hahle his wid- The body will be shipped to
md NE 17th Ave. about 6:, ow, Mrs. Juanita McNair lvey Reading, Pa for burial.
M1 a1t1t p at 1thAe intersection of .d and several nieces and nephews.: Officiating will be Rev. Earle
tore Ab O t p ia d ant of Rw. Officiating at the funeral ser C. Page, minister of the Holy
thor Rod ad5th stet. vices will be Dr. U. S. Gordon, Trinity Episcopal Church,
Dr. W arley. Palmer, assisted by Rev. J. Emmett Pallbearers are The Hon.
W2dAve., and James eMoore. Doyle Conner, Commissioner
K eisey Dulfy Weir, 113 NW 6th Street. Pallbearers are H. C. Horn, of Agriculture; Chester Blake.
Don Hope, C. G. Mixson Jr., more, Florida Department of
From Page 1 More About Walter Car, Willsam Simp80o Agriculture; Dale Wolfe, H. L,
and Cart Fetner. Burial will be Jones, Meigs Haggerty, State
Dr. eley, ho was given a in Evergoen Cemetery. Local Sen. Ed. H. Price Jr., and R. J.
medal by P,. idht enedy Wa slglen L la'I,41 will conduct Masonic Bishop.
her al byes in epno the graveside. services. Honorary pallbearers are
derangers Li..uIn.es in tFemmembers of the Division of
dangers of omi FPage HENRY HALL lant industry ecicalCo.
id her spices the drugnica um.
wer based ore on lack of in. acuthe secretary to ex-Gov. TT Henry Lester mittee and the vestry of tile
formation the o. any positive Gordon Pe.ou. Hall, 71, at the Lake City Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
evidence existing at the time. Sta troopers guarded Notas- VA Hospill Tuesday morning. All offices of the Division of
ulga High and the school at Services will be Sunday at 2 Pant Industry throughout the
"I believe more o e people Shorter and kept all but stut p.m. at the Jones Funeral Home state will be closed all day to.
involved in dru devlopmet dents and faculty members off Memorial Chapl in Starke with morrow.
should e familiar with teratolthe They were Rev. Donld Willis and Rev. The family has requested that
y so that positive iomation orders from their commander Lacy Conway officiating. Burial donations, in lieu of flowers, be
can be edbeforeany dru f. i b Hope Cemetery at made at the church for a land.
is proposed for human use," she t keep federal Theressa, near Starke scap memorial fund in honor
said. offschool pert He was a WorldWar I veteranofDr.Cowperthwaite.
Dr Kelseyv aiddnrug laws in.- The ordinance invoked by the andwasaemberof the BethAel


troduced by the late Sen. Estes mayor is dated Jan. 27.
Kefauver after the thalidomide F agents at Notasulga
malformations came to light re- made no effort to penetrate the
ire more thorough studies tro hoper arrier.
with experimental animals be. A boycott at previously de-
fore the Food and Drug Ad-,segregated Tuskegee High left
ministration will approve new the Kdod with a student body
drugs Iof only 12 Negroes. The State
Coggeshall said be hoped new School Board ordered the school
drug laws will not discourage in- closed as an economic liability.
vestigators from developing A U.S. District Court judge
more and better media ons ordered the 12 Negroes tans-
"If investigators take the atti-ferred to the two neighboring
tude that such research is too communities.
much trouble under new regular uskegee, the county seat,
tios we may lose a future Jon.- ao faced possible Negro dem-
a Salk or John Enders." onstrations. Students at Tuske.
He cited polio vaccine as an gee Institute talked of protest
--ample of how persrerance marches through the city if in
medical scientists resulted tegration in the nearby commu-


greater benefits to mankind.
"In 111 there were 5,000
cases of paralyticpowo in this
country. Last year there were
only M. This represents a tre.-
mendous laboratory effort.
"At one point there were som
risks involved in giving the vac-
cine to humans, but if we had
waited unti all questions were
answered, thousands more would
hiv been crippled by the dis-
ease," Dr. Coggeshall said.
Dr. Kelsey, the mother of
two teen-age daughters, said
her Distinguished Civilian Ser-
vice Medal, the h est honor
which can be bestowed by the
U.S. Government on a civilian,
is now in a museum at the Food
and Drug Administratio head-
quarters in Washington.
'I haven't donated it to the
museum, but they are a proud
of it they inised oa dlepiaying
it."
She said the abe o d thal.
idoode tests on prpeit a
malb aroused her sple o ad
led her to as ate acti to ben
the dmr t II hU ed I aMte

BOW require rq flnturr
to amoit aeni e reports f
animal tests a all new drugp,"
she aidm.


Baptist lurei. More About
Survivors include his widow, More Abu t
Hazel Horby Hall; a son, Ver- ff f
non, Savamash, Ga.; three bro- Tt
others, Denver, West Pai m .. f. a
Beach; Walter and Elmer, both From P e 1
of New Smyrna Beach; four sis- From Page 1
ters, Mrs. Ruth Royal, Felle-
mere; Mrs. Delia Anderson, the defense, Judge Wilson
Daytona Beach; Mrs. Minnie said. "He was knowingly and
Cherry, Dania and Mrs. Ida voltarily placed there by one
Paul, Fort Lauderdale; and of the defendants."
four grandchil n. Partin had testified Tuesday
Jones Funeral Home othast a h ad e o invited him to
Starke is in charge of arrange- NasVle on t.d hisu
-.- '' trial began to discuss union
mas business.
Defense lawyers flew in over.
night from Washington a lawyer
S P TI who defended Hoffa in the 1962
Io e tral


ues was DIOC L "|I knew there was a serious
igo warned the troopers T Th N s security leak among the de.
the lawn of Notasulga High: et e ws 1fense counsel," testified Daniel
"the situation (here) is wor se Maher, the lawyer. The govern-
than it was at Tuscaloosa, Bir- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac-,ment, he said, had "seemingly
mingham or Auburn." tress Ann Margret hit actor uncanny ability to predict our
A James Ward on the head with a moves "
Audubon Picks bottle and sent Ward to the bos- He said he once inquired
Local Persons pital with a concussion, about Partin who said he was
... . wini constant contact with de-
It happened in a movie brawl tense lawy ers nd Justice De
Eight Gai ile residents bottle, madeof artent officials during the
were named to office inthec candy like mate I1962 trial. But, Maher said, he
Flurid Amet n Society wh M eoaily on I .was assured by Hotfa and one
Two of thein-J. C. D correctly. of his lawyers, "He's one of us;
s Jr. and Mrs. Archie F But Ann.Margret hit Ward he's all right.
Carr-were dected tooneyearwiththe buttendofthe bottle. When Partin under indict-
terms on the group's board of Next on her schedule: Lasment in Baton Rouge for steal-
directors. Another Gainesville srm in how to hit with the bot.ing union funds took the
man, Minter J. Westfall Jr.,! te. stand Tuesday, the defense ob-
wasnamed honoraryvice pre. ejected bitterly, asserting


K other five were elected
to serve a active advisory
hey are Oliver L Austin,
Howard R. Biulaad, Arn e F.
TCarr. Wdia Pmop e and H.
L Wallace, an f Gainevie.,

City Official

Getting Award
Ga uvte Mar Byrl. Wim
and Wilbur Hari, chairman
of the city be bMon board


rmriWaaHs o the mend. areb Walhinlto aecve ma-
m pmp Ib tbe develop tl ads fr the dy fe
nMd is up, Dr. Cog- the un=sal "es Town
gehall m t is Ietthaed AcuimSt CoteiL."
ttd prftf"sS paeri- te eaaut ek spbnred by
dmB wihe tehr inait 5 itl asaOn Paint up,
have mbouMd I ago. kME.L
7k vP tbhop spoaor Gleswef, Pahia, Miami
SbySO, thea OmBa gm the
artn by i a t te S a hrAP m nes
lineS


MOSCOW (AP)-ILv Davioo-
vich Landau, winner of the 1962
Nobel Prize for physics, has
been released from a Moscow
hospital, two years after he was
injured in a highway accident.
A spokema for the hospital
said Landau has been at his
lane in Moen since Jan. 2.
There was m word whether
landau, 5, had recovered


I oJs teSti Uly WoUJU l e a viJUJdla
tion of privacy.
More About


Ocala

From Page 1


enough to resume his wor week to explore the possibili
m ist i believed to ties of better job for Negroes
have ph d a lead role m ed improvements in the Negro
planning Soviet space pro- district, west of Ocala.
grm. He Mauffered severe brain Ayers is chairman of the
SPIkston announced also that
WASHMOTOM (Ap) QoteJackie Robinson first Negro in
of the day: Mrs. Lyndon B, r league baseball, would
J saI, aSa to 4 col- address a civil rights meeting
lke editor who vismed the Sarbday in Ocala.
White Houae, recalled she had --- -
sadied jrMlmu in college. Gainesville Sun
than d*w a -' h waA Phblished mvmnis 5XeCt
aO : "BHow, Snd. and Smuday amon
e wees e and a per by the GainviL e Pub.
-iib. mi- Cornown at 101 SE
2nd^ ^ P alnace. oiaftl CI. tA.


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Mrs. Oswald to Be Shown Rifle


WAffMMhWf (AP)-i "kf tw .at h hGoEidwk o .WA&
tias Bfly r. a m s e,. eina oedtih m 'kleon' e rni.dA rilI

wald will be c Mtreid wit the a tg WarrenO dt the paper
S rfe found In a Dallas per's a great m" t be f m tcad MI .
nest Nov..b Shetwil be asked yhhr ruiWyh s d 6 srik,
Sit was her b rts. tied by her today. n theas dthe FBI,
Wh the limamuade car- Tlist, Warren told report- t h d's m mil order
bine bfore er, te -y old ers, inudes iten fromcabi
widow of Lee Himy Onwal Odswa boe in Dallas, togtb It was tod in b e Dala
is expected to ay yes, as she er with notebook ad diaries
*hedy hba doie under police whe tries pre ably trace r worked
be umft ghm wcht S asnhed
questioning the mysterious movements of ri ws m
March by the ex-Mrine sharp. ing the slaying of Kmedy and th D rai Diwen d ab led
ootr equipped with tele- the nding of TeL. Gov. J' hn p spot, A tOs-
copic sights, will thn enter B. Connlly in a presi deal e.
the file of dbit of the pres- motorcade.
deal emninm m vestigt- Warren gave a strong hint Official ave disclosed that
ing the amuinatioa of aPre -that the commission als be- IM'a pm print has been
dent Joh F. Kennedy. lives the 6. imm Carcano car- odd e bolt-action car-
Chief Justice Earl Warren, bine may have been the rifle bid d that shreds ofthe
preying oer the third co whoe bullet narrowly missed shrt he wore that day


we.e cgi n has h ,-uMO,
Warm bel9m p ed
his reamrk of usody thdt
ae o the uta, ho
tie mcod o' dued ar-
hegs "may at be l eam d hi
your lihe s."
Iat ws spokn a bt e
tiou*y but dal. hbaoly, he
EM, beae: "To. (Os-
wald) was in i osia ,d In
Mexico, and we dot know
what that may lmdl The
* rip may have acuity aspects,
ad if they do, we oud t re-
lease the security matters at
the time of our report"
So far nothg has bee en-
counted which might have to
be withheld, he saidd.


may very well make the


best toast youf ever tasted


Monks' Bread has a flavor 9ou can't
toast away. Even butter can't hide it.
It has a goodness you don't fin in mos
bread. It's a bread that wasn't meanI
to be sold. It began as simple suste l
nane for the monks at the Abbey o4
the Genesee-men who eat no met. no fowl All the good
things the monks baked into'their il-flavored loaf naturally
toast up better. I

Try Moni'Bread tomorrow, toasted. With coffee if you ike.


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Thoughts on the '
We have before u a monograph
published by the Southern Regional
Education Board caed "The Year-
Bound Calendar in Operation." It
purports to survey the various plans
now operating in colleges nd uni-
versities to achieve the fullest pos-
sible use of college facilities through-
out the year.

The authors say: "Although no
one system of year-round operation
is likely to be established, the tri-
measter calendar seems likely to
emerge as the model plan."

This is hardly a conclusion that
can be drawn from the facts present-
ed. It sounds more like a wishful
conjecture dictated by personal pref-
erence. In all fairness, however, it
must be said that the authors do not
claim too much for their "study."
In a mildly apologetic preface they
say, "It is too early to draw defini-
tive conclusions" concerning the
newer patterns of year-round acheo
dules.
After five years (they surmise)
we'll know a lot more about them. In
short, the most important conclusion
that emerges from the "study is
that it is too soon to make a study.

The trimester system now in force
in Florida's universities is a system
that equates the new (and shorter)
trimester with the old (and longer)
semester in terms of credit values
and course coverage. This telescoping
process, compressed in time and ac-
celerated to speed, crates a frustra-
ting situation for both teachers and
students. Careful and intelligent ob.
servation, added to the simple logic
of the time equation, forces such a
conclusion. And the conclusion is sup-
ported by a study conducted through
the Student Health Service during
the fall trimester.

It is true that the study was made
by the "sampling" method, but the
results were statistically significant
with respect to the marked "step-up"
in stress and tension.

Certainly some further probing
should be done. The charges that the
"side effects" of the foreshortened
term are bad should be either con-
firmed or negated y facts, not by
bias and conjecture. Not only the of-
feet on health and morale but the
rate of student dropout and failure
should be studied. The assessment of
results, pro and con, should be a con-
tinuous process in education par-
ticularly in new and experimental
programs.


To try to crowd a tightly-packed


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Irimelter Ststem
semester u in chmitry, in his-
tory, in nuhematscs into a "trimes.-
ter," which i faster in pace and
shorts in hime, is su contrary to
logic as try 'gto cary seven quarts
of water i a si z-q t container.
The fact that 'the same amount of
credit is ewned in qe courses in-
dicates the fatuous assumption that
they equate educationally. It is as
naive as to assume that "one-half"
and "one-thrd" equate mathematic-
ally.

The admiitrative immiek that
is used to create a semblance of
equality in the time element is the
lengthening of the cla periods five
minutes. What a train fallacy it is
to assume that anin is measured
by minutes pent in e classroom
instead of hours and days spent on
challenging assignment, on related
readings, in self-direct study and
research, and in other ps of out-
of-class activities! !

But the ruling was passed. The oll
system was oit and the new system
was in-without time ifor internal
alteration or adjustment. Here ap-
pears the grgrimmet in of all
educational practice the insinua-
tion of lay deaislon and'control into
problems that require expert and
professional judgment. at would be
as sensible to dictate tke diet sche.
dule of hospital patients as it is to
dictate the time schedtde:of academic
programs by ex-cathedr4 fiat.

Policy-making, of court e, is a prop-
er function for a govern ing board.
But the deteintion ]f policy is
quite different from the dictation of
method.


There is only one way to relieve
the harassment of both dents and
faculty under overde tri-
mester system. d that i to cut the
educational content to fi' the calen-
dar. This me" ti some
assignments am limiting the nor.
mally expected coverage. Les, done
well and with understanding, is bet-
ter than more, done poor and sup-
erficially. Education mes develop.
meant. It is a pro of drawingg out"
-not "forcing "


According to ur bet formation,
both faculty ahd studits have
shown admirable, patience lnd effort
in trying to make the new time gar-
meat" fit But the simply
doesn't stretch. Itmediocr Isning,
mental stie and mount frustra-
tion are to be %voided, something
must "give.


Voice of the People

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OmM iO W mmmokehts) IMM-s a i P 2

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A DIFFERENCE IN HIS DOUBLE CANDIDACY


Barry's


o N Ug taSg
By AlU M O m
WAS INGTUI-O(e of the
changes in the lg-ds
.ance debate betwn Gov.
PH MeGII_ Rock&feUer and Se. Gold.
SL i water in their quest for the
S Repaia"Mn Auinatua for
e president onceN proposals
which thGove rr s ays the
Senator has made for fonds-
r mental reviu o d foreign
s uand domestic policies and
sine watered down. These
TrT oposals i evolve the role of
L the United States h the United
a Nations f Communist China
is anidtted, the perpetuation
RUchard B. H of the graded iome tax,
ge Smathers, of how to deal with the threat
d icidae created by the Clat regime
v a mae. m Cuba and awa others.


speed ine Somthen states
in behla of President Lyndo
B. Jolmos and the Democra-
tic Party in the upcediag
campaign of atim
They had two thames.
One, they urged their audi-
ence to "look beyond" the
civil rights fight, h which
Senator Russell will be cap-
tain of the fierce compulsive
opposition. To be are, their
Southern audiences know what
to look for in that region
"beyond" civil rights. ea
tor Russell spelled It out.
He knows that, whatever Re-
publican is nominated, the
COP will, of neceity, move
strongly to win an possible
support from the big cities in
the populous states with big,
fat, electoral totals. There.
fore, said Se n a t o r Russell,
whenhee, hime, looked
"beyond" the civil rights leg-
islative battle he saw Repub-
lican measures more strong,
even, than those of his own
party, and said:
"There is no place else to
go."
AND, OF COURSE, there
Isn't It is a longer possible
to deny 19 million Amrican
citizens the ordinary, day-to-
day rights held by about 171
millions. Not even the U. S.
Senate may much longer de-
lay this decision. Nor should
It wish so to do.


Senator Russell forthrightly
concluded be could not distin-
guish between the Rockefel-
ler Nixon wing of the Repub-
lican Party and the ADA
(Americans for Democrat i
Action) members of "my own
party-"
Senator Russell then pr o-
ceeded to endorse President
Lyndon Johnson in terms
more all- inclusively gner-
ous than those he has used
in support of any previous
Democratic candidate for the
presidency since IOm when he,
Senator Russell was an ard-
ent supporter of Franklin D.

REMINDING HIS audience
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GOUWATmR has count-
red with assertions that
Sproposals have been mis-
repesnted, and he has r-
ated them. Inso doinghe
has supplied details which,
touh preserving the sub-
s-ace and consistency of his
view o these and other mat-
ters, have placed them in the
category of things desirable
but not possible of attainment
in the present climate of Am-
erican politics. But, contrary
to the hopeful thesis of "liber-
al" commentators and poli.-
cians that Goldwater is follow-
ing the path of compromise to-
ward the bi-partisan "central
caMseus" to salvage what
small outside chance he may


By Interlndi


BELOW OLYMPUS


"First the bi corportions wanted specialists, now they
want specioists with a liberal-aots education. They're
looking for scholars, not executive material!"

GOLDWATER'S COLUMN m


Castro: How


Long to Wait?


dARRY GOLDWATER
U.S. Senator
The Panama rioting, the
terrorism in Venezuela and
the successful overthrow of
the legally-constituted gov-
ernment of Zanzibar have
presented President John-
son with the knottiest foreign
policy problem of his new
administration.
In all three cases, troops
and revolutionaries trained
by Fidel Castro were respon-
sible, and therein lies the
rub.


S Mmu ua Ue ea LW How long can we permit the
PresidentJohnsofornar- Soviet manned bastion of
30years, hePresient"a Cuba to go on disrupting the
i untm l sabilityd th"a Western Hemisphere?
nof unusual abitywithan Hw long can we permit
mene capacity for leder- Hto goon dicupln the
ha Western Hemisphere?
"Hehasafine underston& How long can we permit
g of the workings ofoivesr Cuba to go on eq1prt s
t a a appreciation for lence, treachery Ml aggre
e delicate arrangement of sion to nations in our on
bcks and balances that is front yard?
the genius of the American All we seem to get from
mmatitonal system. government officials is con-
"In my opinion," Senator formation and more confir-
buea said, "Lyndon John- motion that- things are wry
on has the potetial to be bad and grat e.
me Me f the mtry's For example, DefcSe sec-
reae reidets" retry Robert MeNmara
is the latest member of the
So much for the record administration to viewwith
wilt. by the Southbern sea- alarm the devwthin in-
rwo for yeshas libee, volving Castro and theLtia-
nd is, the headofthe South- American family of nation
n ble I ea Coaums. On Jan. 27, the Defe sb'
retary told the nHow hd
SENATOR EIAMMt Services CamiaEf ftt
quoa strong in endorsing there is soliMd i Mem y
Preesit Jies, gave sam weapons are bM t rom
aUet to BSenar Gew Cuba to diaU t proup in
ter The stat of Ariaes other Lati.a*Ulm a e
Ias hemal bfen much fed- tries.
eal spem i tmeale d ripa Then Mr. I ume wot
dIo projects have made its. on tosay:
dMi Mbios w croadp u "Comes- o a mn -6
Mhsg devlop ts. to exploit O fwaM Is
"Seatr Godanier in ltn-Americsa by sg a
d. m - m Ind Mme*mmmPOW ad00
TVA," sa- O- r -- N murami c. t
whilee he seeks to drive ,Ta ,vo-d-
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the recent discovery of a
cache of Cuban-supplied arms
in Venezuela was a case in
point and proved that wea-
pons as well as guidance and
money and open propaganda
are being exported from
Cubs. He added that Cas-
tro is struggling with an eco-
nomic crisis, but that his
"grip an the people through
the use of police-state meth-
S is still unbroken "


Even the hardiest of gov-
ernment doubters now ac-
knowledge the fact that Cas.
tro s playing bhob with the en.
tire hemisphere. But none of
them tells us what, if any.
thing, is going to be done
about it On this score, Secre-
tary McNamara was no help
at all.
After detailing the current
activities of Communist Cuba
and fmcmt more uble
from the sme source, M sec-
reMary concluded:
"We are continuing our ef-
forts to isolate Cuba from the
free world, tm increasing
the Soviets' burden of sup-
porting the Cuban economy.
This would seem to indicate
that America policy is to
wait and hope that sme day
the Soviets wl go broke and
decide that a showcase for
hm*-m v. de a
am no hIw uMn qmt.
int
ButInsog ttat as loug
u CasCre is a oume l
makg tro for the United
St as t lhe hb esm up to
th poit RMinms wi
fNd a w sbMep Vse Cm


Campaign


have of nomination and 'or el- publican leaders in AriZo


section, it seems to this observ-
er that the Senator has not re-
canted the political credo he
define as "progressive" con-
servatism.
When, however, on Jan.
3, at Phoenix, Ariz., he an-
swered questions from the
press after anouning his
candidacy for te Repub-
ican nomination, he did im-
ply that he might be a candi-
date in the 1964 general elec-
tion both for president and for
re-election as senator. Since
Goldwater had attacked Pres-
ident Johnson in 160 for his
dual candidacy, on the ground
that it was an immoral spec-
ies of "trickery" in which he
never would engage, he left a
broad impression that he was
retreating on what he had
proclaimed to be a dear issue
of "morality" in politics.


ASKED IF HE would "drop
the Senate entirely" if he won
the party nommmtion for pres-
ident, Goldwater replied on-
ly that "I'll hav to amcro that
bridge when I come to It."
And added:
.. We bar a unual
situation in thi state In that
we file for r munation (for
offices within the git of
Arhos voters) a few days
before the Rublican Nation-
al Convention and then the
primary ian't umil the second
Tuesday in September ... and
I don't know what my friends
would do itt and it's way
too early to say."
Later t the Jan. 3 Q.
and A., and in appearances
before voters in the New
Hampshire presidential pre-
ference primary, the Senator
laughed off similar inquiries
by saying that "When the
teacher (Johnso) himself is
running, I would lke to be a
rather good student." Accord-
ingly, many have concluded
that he is reserving his decin-

SBUT INQUIID of Re-


disclose that this is a misap-
prehension, although justi-
fied by Goldwater's own
words. It arises, according to
these sources, from a confus-
ion between simultaneous
candidacy for two mmina-
tdes and for election to the
offices involved. What the
Senator has been saying, they
explained, is that because the
date of the Arizona senatorial
primary and the interests- of
the party in the state, he is
compelled to be a candidate
in the same period for two
nomination. But they report
he already has informed them
that. if the San Francisco con-
vention chooses him as its
presidential nominee, he will
immediately withdraw his
entry in the Republican sena-
torial primary in Arizona to
be held in September.


This removes any similarity
to the course followed in 1960
by President Johnson. He was
on the Texas ballot in the
general election as a candi-
date both for vice president
and for re-election to the
Senate, the state law having
been changed to authorize
this dual candidacy. Also. the
change moved back the 1960
senatorial primary in Texas
from late July and August to
the first Saturday in May,
with a runoff if necessary on
the first Saturday in June.
THIS ENABLED Johnson
to go to the Democratic Na-
tional Convention at Los An-
geles with the prestige of
being the party's already cho-
sen nominee for re-election to
the Senate.
No change of the Arizona
election law is required to per-
mit Goldwater to appear on
the same state ballot as the
Republican nominee for both
president and senator. But it
now develops the party in
Arizona is on notice that, if
be wins the first contest, he
absolutely will withdraw from
the second.


The Signs Grow. Murky
Fromn l Cewli Washings Bureau
WASHINGTON A Federal Trade Commissiun proposal
to require health hazard warnings on every pack of cigarettes
is inspiring inventive minds around the country.
Long lists of machines, foods, tonics, beverages, buildings
and vehicles that should carry similar warnings .re being
drafted by people who think the government should do more
to protect us from ourselves. Here are some samples:
Front and rear Bumper stickers for the car: "This is a
lethal instrument Last year similar instruments killed 43,000
Americans on the streets and highways. FTC order 197-5o0 A)."
Whisky bottle sticker: "More than 30,000 members of Alco-
holies Anonymous wish they'd never tasted the stuff. In large
doses, known to cause pickled livers and divorce."
Power mowers: "Forty-three toes were lost in one county
alone last year from the feet of people who used this machine."
Milk bottle legend: "The contents of this bottle may add to
your cholesterol count, often plugging the valves of your
heart with an unseemly sludge. If broken, this bottle can
cause blood poisoning to bare feet. Use with caution."
Hem label on women's dresses: "Warning to men! 'The con-
tents of this package can break up your home."
Sign on back of airline seat: "You are taking this ride at
your peril. Sister planes of this model have crashed on four
continents and ditched in two oceans."
Flip-top beer can: 'Twenty-five dollar prize for anybody
who can open 17 of these without badly tearing a thumb.
Heavily endorsed by doctors whose patient load for thumb
injuries has increased enormously since invention of this can."
Sign In hospital reception room: "Enter at your own risk.
Last year 14 patients who survived minor surgery succombed
to a staphylococcus infection contracted in this hospital."
Label on bottle of antibiotic pills: "Side effects of this drug
are inalculable. This much can be said. One side is irritating
and the other side painful."
Sign over hotel bath tub: "Not responsible for injuries to
personnel while under the influence of soap. Most accidents
in this type of tub are fatal or worse."
Irge sign at LoI Angeles city limits: "This metromania
definitely hazardous to all forms of human life. People who
breathe our smog should stop immediately; our freeways un-
safe. Motorists urged to turn back here."
UA Treasury note on the dollar bill- 'Spend this swiftly.
It Is depreciating two mills a minute while You stand there.
If kept overnight, wash bill thoroughly to prevent infection
from germs which habit money."
ip over uorvally ga e : "Do not watch football games
lre i you have a hert tey. Last year 33 of our spectat.
on dhed of heart ttacS l me triple-threat quarter-
back is un~ ni year's im again."
Label on a r carto: "Umi for diabetics except under
doctor's pMreripdl Ala tads to make consumers over.
welit, a pmrIlI factor h the death rate."
I i a iatrkm 's dfim: k twice before you bring
als teMby kto de wa, HI We pectiancy will be 7 .2
years. Do you at a dld eM to die of old age?"


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Thoughts on the Trimester System
'We have befm uas a monograph inter eoua In chaeitry, in his-
*pbtished by the Soothe RegIonal tory, in mathe ti Int a "triaw-
imucation Boad Deld W he Year- tr," whiih fttar i pa and
nd Calendar n Operati" It Anrt in t* is a totnry to
purports to survey the vario pLnm . .


now operating 6 eoges ad uni-
vnities to asieve the fullest
Olb use of eOep faclties through"
out the year.

The authors say: "Although no
one system of year-round operation
is liky to be established, the tri-
mter calendr likely It
emerge as the model pla."

This is hardly a conclusion that
can be drawn from the facts p'est-
ed. It sounds more like a wishfull
conjecture dictated by psonal pf-
erence. In all fairness, however, it
must be said that the authors do not
claim too much for their "study."
In a mildly apologetic preface they
say, "It is too early to draw defini-
tive conclusions" concerning the
newer patterns of year-round sche.
dules.
After five years (they surmise)
well know a lot more about them. In
short, the most important conclusion
that emerge from the "study" is
that it is too soon to make a study.

The trimester system now in force
in Florida's universities is a system
that equates the new (and shorter)
trimester with the old (and longer)
semerter in terms of credit values
and course coverage. This telescoping
procei, compared in time and ac-
celerated in aled, eates a fatra.
tin situation for both teachers and
students. Careful and lntelliet ob-
servation, added to the simple logic
ofhe time equation, force such a
conclusion. And the aclusion Is sup.
ported by a study conducted through
the Student Health Service during
the fall trimeter.

It is true that the study was made
by the "sampling" method, but the
results were statistically signflcnt
with respect to the marked "steip"
in stres and tension.

Certainly some further probing
should be done. The char ge that the
' "aide effects" of the foreiorteoned
term are bad should be either con-
firmed or negated by facts, not by
bil and cmajecto. Not only the of-
fect on health and morale but the
rpt of student depm t and ltoe
hold be studied. TheM .u t of
ults, pro and con, bould be a .
tauous presa i flrtn aatian pa
ticularly in ew and experimental


To try to crowd a tightly-packed


gJ w asuriy nsm cam W on .quar
of water is n six-quars container.
The fact that the same amoqt of
credit is earnd in the courses ain-
diate the fatpous assumption that
they equate e ucationally. It is a
naive as to asume that "one-hair
and *s-hu? equate m atheatie-
-.
Thi administrative gnmimck that
is mued to, ates, a nmblance of
equSity il the time decent is the
logth ig of Vthe dclain riods five
minutes. What a tragic Walacy it Is
to assume that learning s measured
by minutes pent in th6 classroom
instead of hocks and days spent on
challenging assignments, on related
readings, in sl.f-directed study and
research, and In other tpes of out-
of-class activities I

But the ruling was paid. The old
system was out and the new system
was in-withqut time for Internal
alteration or adjustment. Here ap-
pears the grimmest kremlin of all
educational practice 'te insinua.
tion of lay dison and' trol into
problem tha re er and
professional judgment. I would be
as sensible todtat the diet sche-
dule of hospital patientsaas It is to
dictate the th schedule k)f academic
programs by x-cathedral fiat

Poey-makg, of court, is a prop.
er function fMr a govering board.
But the determination f policy is
quite differe from the dictation of
method.

There is ody one way to relieve
the harassment of both students and
faculty under an overdequnding tri.
master system And that I to cut the
educational cotent e o fit the cals'.
dar. This m as la ting same
assignments nd limiting the nor.
mally apecte coverage. ALess, done
wen and with undertaking, is bet-
ter than more, done poor y and sup-
edicially. Education develop.
meant. It Is aprcesof "di awlg out"
-not "forcing n."
I
According to our best i aforation,
both faculty and stu nt have
shown admirable patimo Ad effort
n trying to make the uiW tivegar-
omett A-it tho ehth e
doesn't stretdl If mdioc earn,
mental st msonU4 -wla
thio are to be avoided, illg
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Senators


For LBJ


Sars Richard B. Ruasel
and George Smaters, of
Geoq and FlorMda rae -.
tie, havely, avMode recent
iedts B Southern Mat.
in be o PNsident dom
B. JA son and the Democra-
tic Party In the upminig
camlip f a tm.
hey had two Uns.
One, they urged their audi-
ce to "took beyond" the
clvi rights fight, a which
Senator Russell will be cap.
tain of the fierce co mpulsie
opposition. To be ure, their
Southern audiences Imow what
to look for in that region
beyond civil rights. Smt.
tor Base speed it at
st hmws that, whatever le-
public n aominated, the
GOP will, of necessity, move
strongly to win all possible
supt from I citiWes in
the populous states with big,
fat, electoral Wals. There-
fore, said senator Russell,
wha he. himself, looked
"beyond" the civil rights leg-
islative battle he saw Repub
lican m es more stron
even, than those of his own
party, ad said:
'There is no lace else to
go."
AND, OF COURSE, there
Isn't It is nolonger possible
to deny i million American
citdizenm the ordinary, day-to-
day rights held by about 172
millions. Not even the U. S.
Senate may much longer de-
lay this decision. Nor should
It wish so to do.
Senator Russell forthrightly
concuded he could not distin-
gush between the Rockefel.
ler. Nixon wing oftheRepub-
lican Party and The ADA
(Americans for Dlimocratic
-Action) members of "my own

Seator uell then pro-
cweed to endorse President
Lyndon Johnson in terms
more all inclusively gener-
ous than those he has used
o support of any previous
Democratic candidate for the
presidency since U when b e,
Senator Rsl, as an ar
at supporter of Franklin D.
Bew.mE


R N NMG HIS audience
that he had been a cloe friend
of President John fr near-
ly 30 years, be mepvocally
denied the Prdu as "a
man o unumal ability with an
ImmeMe capacity for leader-
sip."
"He lesafine understand-
ng of the workings pof mer
ame and as appreciatim for
the delicate arrangement d
dh i td balance that is
the geobm or the America
000111111111 system.
"I my opinion," Senator
RuSlU Mid, "LVpM Jo n.-
u has the potential to b
-c a M of do cntry's
pe-t" p "dentsI
So smub fore M neel as
wrUu eV the S ian n
tor who hr a yets been,
and is, t head dtfe South-
Im Uie b t n IML
*UNATOR SUKER
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ter Te sMt of Aom
ies leiad Me maS fed-
l qp Mund rimp
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a.g temi 1al p nd
- ill ma
"Seapter Goldwaer
th ai Wa"s to sea
TVA, MillW I rSmWh nm
"while he sbs to drive

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COLORED Ni

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Srfty 01eemaM d chiris to apearin the
Te as Ta op Cmpwpqm; adad ch mintserh'
also b bring an offering.
Aplf her seM d iMA as a be" iere d Rev. W. S. Whle
partcofenationlIninkurt to becme bishop.
jucton with the National The pulk is invited.
Fim' Observace.
Alpha Kappa Al.ha is the
first Greek letter sorority for TO ECIVE AWARD
Negro women. This sorriy Mrs. Dorothy Richardson
was founded on the camp of of Alacinh a 4-H Chlb Girl, will
Howard University In the year receive special award on Fri-
MI. The Alpha dater is loe- day, Feb. 7. during the Florida
ted there signifying the first State Fair at Tampa, according
chartered chapter. to an amouncement made this


Eta Tan Omegs Chapter do
Alpha Kappa Alpha became a
part of the national organisation
an February 10, IM, with min.
ership from the Gainesville-
Ocala areas. The chapter has a
total membership of 19.
The sorority has planned sev-
eral activities in keeping with
the theme "To Capture a Vision
Fair," a Sisterhood night, Feb.
6, at the home of Sor Cather-
ine Mickle, Youth Culture night
for selected young ladies of the
Gainesville Ocala areas, Feb.
7, at Gwen Lanes in Ocala. To
climax the week c observance,
the sorority will convict Its
Founders' Day Worship at the
11 an. service at the Mt. Car.
mel Baptist airch, Feb. I
The main speaker will be Soror
Norma S. While, Gamma Rho
Omega, CQpw Jm dvlk
Florida. Tim pt i I itsed to
attend.

ALMUCB -MR
SERVICt
The W. S. White services for
bishop will be held at the Great.
er Bethel A.M. Church with
Rev. W. S. Whie pastor, a
Feb. 5, Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m.
Te principal speaker will be
Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor of
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church
The songservice wll be con
ducted by a chair from Mt
Pleasant Methodist Church.
Each minister of the alliance


week by Miss floy Britt, district
home demonotraton agent in
charge of special programs at
Florida AiM University, Tala-
hassee. Recognition for out-
standing 4-H Club participation.


PERSONALS
Miss Helen Jones, of Tampa,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Male Young, here and other
relatives.
Mrs. Edith Edwards returned
here yesterday from Washing-
ton, D. C., following a two-week
visit with her daughter, Mrs
Minie Wilmo
Mrs. E. K Mills flew yester-
day to Atlanta, Ga., because of
ba es She will be away for
several days
Miss Mary L. Thmas and
Miss Clara H. Johmso, bothof
Ft. derdle, were guests of
friends re the past weekend.
Mrs. Katie Mae Wallace and
daughter, Madge, of Miami,
we pguests of friends here yes-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert James
nd daughter Helen, all of New
York Cty, whoe visit here for
the Pt two weeks Iwas pleas.
ant, left yesterday for their
home.
Miss Mumle G. Jacks, of
Clearwater, passed through
Gaineville yesterday a route
to Jacksonville.
William Andrews of Jackson-
le, passed through Game-


GOLDWATER'S COLUMN


Castro: How


Long to Wait?


By BARRY GOLDWATER
U.S. Senator
The Panama rioting, the
terrorism in Venezuela and
the successful overthrow of
the legally-constituted gov.
ernment of Zanzibar have
presented President John-
son with the knottiest foreign
policy problem of his new
administration.
In all three cases, troops
and revolutionaries trained
by Fidel Castro were respon-
sible, and therein lies the
rub.
How long can we permit the
Soviet manned bastion of
Cuba to go ondisrupting the
Western Hemisphem?
How long can we permit
Cuba to go on druptng the
Western Hemis re?
How long can we permit
Cuba to go on exportig vio-
lence, treachery and aggre
sion to nations in our own
front year?
All we seem to get from
government officials is con-
firmation and more confir-
mation that things are very
bad and growing worse.
For example, Defense Sec-
retary Robert McNamara
s the latest member of the
administration to view with
alarm the developnents in
solving Castro ad the Latin-
American family of nations.
On Jan. /, the Defense So
arytold td the Hol Amed
Services Comlbts hih
there is sohl eMe that
weapons ae-thia idt kom
Cuba to dism t group is
other LatAirgi m -
triesm
'Thai Mr. IMlm wl
,to sly:
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the recent discovery of a
cache of Cuban-supplied arms
in Venezuela was a case in
point and proved that wea-
pons as well as guidance and
money and open propaganda
are being exported from
Cuba. He added that Cua
tro is struggling with an eco-
nomic crisis, but that his
"grip on the people through
the use of police-state meth-
ods is still unbroken."
Even the hardiest of gov-
ernment doubters now ac-
knowledge the fact that Cas-
tro is playing hob with the en-
tire hemisphere. But none of
them tells us what, if any.
thing, is going to be done
about it On this score, Secre-
tary MNamara was no help
at all.
After detailing the current
activities of Cnmmunit Cuba
and forecasting more trouble
from the same source, the see-
retary concluded:
"We are continuing our ef-
forts to isolate Cuba from the
free word, thus increasing
the Soviets' burden of sup-
porting the Cuban economy."
This would seem to indicate
that American policy is to
wait aid hope I t se day
the Soviets will go broke and
decide that a showcase for
hemisphere wide activities
are no ler worth ppor
tag.
BotlIqsttha lesq
ma Cani is as summ il
making table forth Unite
States i be has been up to
ti po inte Rusians wil
fld a way to keep the Cuba
UMnM alin.


Islatills
1 MJLK


PATENT IN HOSPITAL
Frank Blake is a patient in
the Alachua General Hospital.
Mrs. F. D. Sanmon, reporter.

CONVALESCING
Mrs. Mary Blakney, who is ill
at he home, wasrepord as
somewhat improved. M F. D.
Soannon, porter.
CURC ANNOUNCMS
Mt. Pleasant Methodit -The
Common on Stewardshp and
Floance will met today, 7:30
p.mn. M nIes O. Joas, dmchair-
man. Ch No. 2 wll have its
rehemarsal Ituiay, 7:v pam.
Edell Turner, president; Rich-
ard Parker, orpotit M Chil-
dre's Coi had Its N arsal
Wednesday, 4: pj.m.


Ue University City Floral
Club will hold its meeting today
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Lottie Banks. Mrs. Do rothy
Jackson, president; Mrs. Annie
Davis, reporter.
SLATES MEETING
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
American Legion Post No. 306
Marie Allen. of 805 NE 24th
Terrace, today at 8 p.m.


Obituaries
WARREN JONES
Funeral services for Warren
Jones, a veteran of World War
II, will be held at the Mt. Plea-
sant Methodist Church Thurs.
day at 3:30 p.m. Interment will
follow in the Mt. Pleasant Ceme-
tery. Rev. W. M. Ferguson will


Chrch 'of God In Christ- Church School, 10 a.m.; morn- Relatives and friends are
ing worship, 13 noon; Young asked to meet at the home of
People's Willing Workers' Meet- his aunt, Mrs. Willie DeBose, of
Ing, 7 p.m.; andl evening wor- 817 NW 4th Ave., at 2:15 p.m.
ship, I pjl. Bishop IL Williams, to form the procession to the
pastor. church.
Friendship Baptist Sunday Duncan Brothers, morticians,
School, 1:3 am.; morning wor- are in charge.



The Signs Grow, Murky
From tie Cewles Weehiagton Bureou
WASHINGTON A Federal Trade Commission proposal
to equire health hard warnings on every pack ot cigarettes
s inspiring inventive minds around the country.
Long lists of machines, foods, tonics, beverages, buildings
and vehicles that should carry similar warnings are being
drafted by people who think the government snoulu ou moit
to protect us from ourselves. Here are some samples:
Front and rear bumper stickers for the car: "This is a
lethal instrument. Last year similar instruments iUlled 43,t00
Americans on the streets and hlughways. FIT oroer 17-500 (A)."
Whisky bottle sticker: "More than 30,000 members of Alco-
hoics Anonymous wish they'd never tasted the stuff. In large
doses, known to cause picked livers and divorce."
Power mowers: "Forty-tkee toes were lost m one county
alone last year from the feet of people who used this machine."
Milk bottle legend: "The contents of this bottle may add to
your cholesterol count, often plugging the valves of your
heart with an unseemly sludge. If broken, this bottle can
cause blood poisoning to bare feet. Use with caution."
Hem label on women's dresses: "Warning to men! The con-
tents of this package can break up your home."
Sign on back of airline seat: "You are taking this ride at
your peril. Sister planes of this model have crashed on four
continents and ditched in two oceans."
Flip-top beer can: "Twenty-five dollar prize for anybody
who can open 17 of these without badly tearing a thumb.
Heavily endorsed by doctors whose patient load for thumb
injuries has increased enormously since invention of this can."
Sign in hospital reception room: "Enter at your own risk.
Last year 14 patients who survived minor surgery succombed
to a staphylococcus infection contracted in this hospital."
Label on bottle of antibiotic pills: "Side effects of this drug
are incalculable. This much can be said. One side is irritating
and the other side painfuL"
Sign over hotel bath tub: "Not responsible for injuries to
personnel while under the influence of soap. Most accidents
in this type of tub are fatal or worse."
Large sign at Leos Angeles city limits: "This metromania
definitely hazardous to all forms of human life. People who
breathe our smog should stop immediately; our freeways un-
safe. Motorists urged to turn back here."
U.S. Treasury note on the dollar bill: "Spend this swiftly.
It is depreciating two milk a minute while you stand there.
If kept overnight, wash bill thoroughly to prevent infection
from germs which inhabit money."
ip over university stadium: "Do not watch football games
hee if you have a heart history. I"st year 33 of our spectat-
on died of heart attacke-ad td hme triple-threat quarter-
badk is running thi ye's teas apin."
abel on sugar carton: "Unsael for diabetics except under
doctors prescription. Also tends to make consumers over-
weight, a prominent factor in the death rate."
p I obstetricia's office: "Think twice before you bring
thil buby 6o the world. lU Hs e pectaney will be 70J
years. Do you wat a chld of es I to die of old age?"


POTOMAC FEVER
BY Hacher lMd Cwlek Wsh uta BDnM
The FCC sas radio and TV are media of information as well as entertain-
mIt. Where could you learn that four out'of five doctors recommend

MWm L UJ NIP eisy, be a IL itea f badM the U. S. Podt
OfM with MAW e Weal s s f t SladrSi mhrir aN ever the world to

LBI stam the tmhaply theme of the Johbaon administration unity,
-ottad ett.
la the hit fuati days of Cew. Lab's Senator Elleader was
trugely qit. He's thei ma wkp ai the AMea euMdda't prvea them.
-
p s Jd a eh mae fr w a to a ndh bb w on poverty. But
vM kMt ub bel aa a por hoT
SWWo Da0no CaMsel I S enms us to write a leek. Pehael tbe:
Wo A MeAo Ghtt-Wt.hm


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tip, 11 a.m.; and evening war"
E /WS *'ip, 7 p. Rev. D. E. White,
Pilgrim Rest Church of Christ
SUnity No. 1 Sunday School,
SA.M.; and afternoon worship,
vile yesterday ule to St 3:30 pm. Elder Rufus Armr
strong, pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall,
Pe -- reporter.
GR SP G NEWS First Baptist Sunday
SLATES M EI NG School, 9:45 a.m.; morning wor-
Te Perry Merry Makers ship,1 am.; and afternoon wor.
Saving Club wll met at the hip,Communion, 4: p.m. ev.
e of 0. P. Pery today at W. A Miles, pastor: Mrs, Bes-
7:3 pm r. m Chand M. Johnson, reporter.
r, president; M. Marie Post- .
Sre SPECIAL NOTICE
'-- hThe Azalea Court No. 104 will
SUNDAY SCHOOL meet at the regular meeting
TheMtOUv arch held its Pl, tomorrow, Feb. 6, at 8
regular Sunday Schaoo l l I "M
on last Sunday. The leIo w AIUNG IN HWOSPrrAL
nt'.s c.... alMrs. Dolie Ford, a pioneer
Following Sunday School a citizen -of NW 7th Ave
persons w erre ed hoct i n of NW 7th Ave., is ailing
late and cup cake by Miss the AlachuaGeneral osp -l.
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Accuses Sovit of Playing Fo
to b i eai t baT cl ub uSl of the Cektrl Comnlttee
TWO il i i t h n ein 1 d 6eai 1 i in i Khru icbrbad n e
Ca-* liM a nt i t own bidthe ttaI ptm I ni d be
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WAge a aw !tte 6j #A ogo u .. I eof f the pri cipi tenetis


Mtsy With U.S. o
were the
upo which the Soiet party Tlird emational under his in. in *
hu de dl l relation wi fluen, Hucng Chi said: coe
other Cmm it parties l its "ai demostrates that like d the
pos e toward the U. S. everything else the internation- forest in
San ustve historical re- al working class movement 7f t
view the divisions In the tends to divide itself in two. ed enin
world movement, including L- he class struggle between the support
n's decision to bolt the Second proletariat and the bourgeoisie m
laernational and form the is inevitably reflected in thesplit


ed Ie The charge that the Soviet
ll e dM that U n i o n had Joined with the
Is assoiateUnited States in a plot to rule
test revisionists
t they had be-the world was the culmina-
Soviet and "open tion of a propaganda campaign
tes for capitalist undertaken by Peking with the
Soviet Union." :apparent aim of convincing the
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Capital


News


m km Wuhingtow:
JFE HALF DOLLARS: The
first of new Joh F. Kme.
dy badolnma e spMd t
be am e to t p iNk
lae Marh or erl t
S nM alion coM wi lbe
set ib eral cirumlao-
the tht to betuck am week
in Wis at PbidihMa ad
in m eme Sll Toeu,
the N se wsad actual.
11lm wi yll not begin mftl
Smtmmhbo dolans are made.
They W ha distributed bou
Feeral eunm bosL
The face th bears a
lmoess m K dyah B Lw
7We word "-Stf be do".
a waroud the border, aI the
date is btlw. Beath the pie.
tare Is b moth "b God We
Toust"
The p ueial cat d arms
apueanrs the other de of the

PENTAGON RAID: Trary
ja"s have arresatd o*t dlC-
l -Pentagon emp aes
S charges of operatig a am -
btey swooped donn O the
Pttag Tuesday. The uask
wire similar to a seris madi
ID: f Petago three yearn
AD.
eside those arMted th
Putago. tw others wren
pied up in W am l i.
cdUing mnmeoe desried a
b g h up in the ring ad
abided with slip."
1 Treamury agent stidat
M daily pus cowDectim by th
af rog w" about $W,
He said ne those armute
wire employed to the office 1
ft Navy judge advocate en
WL *


REARDON: The White House
s announced the resignation
frka its staff of Timothy J.
Rerdon, a long-time aide of
the late President Kennedy.
o making the announcement,
WP ite House news secretary,
Perre sau ler said Reardon
wld remain in the govern
met as special assistant to Jo-
seph W. Barr, chairman of the
Federal Deosit Insuran C or
leardon becomes the third
the third dose adviser to leave
the White House staff since
iJohnson became T
X Special : Mz
So son and assistant Arthur
iSchlesinge reigoned arier to
write books.


i Former Taft
Backer Dies


MADISON, Wis. (AP)-Tlm.
a E. Coleman, who led the an-
ecessful fight of the late Sen.
lseurt A. Taft for the presia
a"sal mination at the Is=
Rapulcua National cM aes
Mo, is dead.
eman, 70,. died of cae
Tuesday at his oum i lubur
bu Maple Bluff.
Coleman, pimldstf a Ia
m. &srW fi h bp.l w at-
ing n the Repal c party b
the campaign tat eled
Walter KorSr. gomer o
Wi s. He was state GOP
clhaiam fi M1 Ito M
ad also mev as prlty bi-


Am**


Johnson Vi


New York! Ag4in
WASHINGW (AP) Ia d I
dma B. Jaon mips hs t a dir wh t. Amaicm
trp to New YtIork aPr tos m for heiu
today to take ohr r the M itae o m bmi
e m mi hi a i pir1. i.te pr
M 4ei i to 4 a +adsple t te dk l. Ow into

Hewla belniftale Jift K Mey U i Flou h
F. leaey emorialkat the On al1e0i nP6te
t 4: P "a. after a I*Oae ie. AR wl be
t OW t AidomM Air te-eft Iach year
rm Be Ua m Waa. mr livM. m
Toiht ad luay B i the pital d appearace
Johno speaks at dioMnsusltfy uamo", Johb.
S which K*e4 waol hdw spasb to mriknd the
spta 7ithart isfor the pi-'Pwi*e g Club, orpa.
8a1111iof swaf& ipe& caM-timidE heavTycitrorinbONto
bOi lab th&M 4 oltst-Dedoc porty+w aoest.
Ign a m rebi I-Awarqi4. Jobawa cted plMaa
ZThe Td Waffair it otpoNew York lth hr u.'-
glhb td Juiph P. Kw-bmi .
MlL Jol F. KeMdy is at
EMMaret espted to attend the Kenmedy
Foundation d jner, either. But
JACXS0VUZE (AP)-North a ntuber of t late Pre
et nord. Mark et prices 'id'sit* ar jepeed to
to rbftaes be resnt- then and
xMaf bie4 I moody 1; Of the sister posiNya
I| bp a Moodly 4i7; Me& die. tlae Proide" moter.h
101 K mosoy mi; sm44 41nister ulster B.
34 dy 42. pto Canada & wE at-
Poulthry at farms: fryers 13%; n the baiqut cham.
h. light 6. beri Ah an ,Hlspeak.t


Voice of theP


(Cumased fr
paper I note another article
announcing the Presidents
drive on poverty. Poverty Is
defiled as, a family mak.
Ing W, or less." Are you
aware that the begmnni sal-
ary for teachers in this county
is barely more than tha fig-
ure less than a thousand dol-
lars?
Have you taken a look at
smine of our buildings lately?
Have you seen our overew
ed classes? Have you talked
to harried teachers struggling
to teach too many with too
little supplies, materials and
help and too many demands
on the time am' talents they
have available? Have yoe
talked to the clerks in Chest-
outs where teachers come ev-
eryday to buy supplies they
need for children out of their
own pockets that should have
been provided by the taxpay-
ers?
Have you seen hot, sweating
liMe& children trying to leara
to read while battling thousr
hands of gats because our
schools have no screens oi
their windows? The question
are endless.
The lain fact that a of us
need to comprehend is this:
Our schools are shamefly
financed. They have been for
years ad last years' laky-
panky in the tax assessor' of-
fice only made matters worse.
Thsr is a limit to bow far
teachers ca o n "making
do." hpereendents cannot
pmdu- miraces fomer
without n adequate budget
Good schools must be paid
for. It is ae our e ty
faced Ma respom lsfi


t
quiarey and set ub ao adem
ate iaD ial t st dture
fror public schobos. LAt us
nM e tomistake about it Xte
comg ofdt h postal is an
achievement for town but
a for its c n. a
we do,
ese chrO are on
thfr way. T em ing pre-
Miks us with t4 pomlde
"sw that broke tbe camel's
b* Shal we have the
fea th ing in hsta and
t oddes thing sMhoob?
we have al our town a
griat university m4 grubby
p"k sbok?
IL s break do!edeadlock
In tax asse 's office.
W4 wanted tw.iely bp*
tal now let us remove to pay
for! it. While we avor the
Sit wil bring 6s wn
u, let us agree to hare the
wealth with our ch I
siily do not believe our ci.
si arere really willing to
pay for the schools this com
munaity could and should have.
Ites time we taxedaouneh. to
provide the school they need
and deserve. By great com-
mnia ert, we brug te
hospital to Gainemevie. Now
let us exet an equa effort to
solve the problems hat come
along With iL
ARTUR W COMBS
---
NEEDED
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W t F -twu m ,
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Try our Noon Lunches

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Suburbia

'SexMRing

Uncovered


MNOLA, N.Y. tnlm
women, a of the mmari and
me of them mhaers, me
ben take into ctdy here to
the bmveptigatio d a ar
Sring said to haeUnted
Slw ayea inm proimtitMd
feL


he 13 women were se as
i- al w e and were
bhed I various amounts of bal
Disrit Attorney WiMia
Ca f Nas Couty also an-
oaned that a Hckville mboth-
er thrne and a Manhattan e.
t daerk we arreed on tar-
ges d poEring for postitdtio
or atptinq ink.u ww en
to became pattei.
Cahn described the woae In
the alleged ellgirl oeratimo
as "typical housewives who live
in split-level houses in suburb-
a." He said that some of the
wins were living with their
huabnds, bidciinhg one wom-
an whose husband was said to
have stayed at home to baby-
sit with their children so that
fte mother would be able to
ppena a roetbti
te district attorney descrb
ed' d alleged e ring as
"m-ch bigger" tthen ab-
er of arrests and sem a idi-
caed. He said that many of the
im wives had take up pros.
titution because they thought
their hands did not make
enough money and they were
having troubles with household

Cah reported that the women
dcharged S to *$10 and that
-ame "stopped after apparent-
ly getting enough moneyy"
TheM women were said to have
been especially active during
the Roosevelt Raceway mm
ain Westbry, when contacts
were made for them with track
patrons. One woman was said
to have made i, 000 In one
year.


Corporation
Chartered


TALLAHASSEE Secretary
of State Tom Adams today an-
no nced the chartering of the
Professional Assistance Corp-
oration, 1105 W. University Ave.
The new charter allows deal-
pgs a rel and personal pro
perty.
Named as incorporators in
the charter are John A. Webb,
Ballard W. Webb, Norb H.
Webb ad Gwynn S. Webb, all
of Gainesvlle.


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Evening BriOn, G t Night,
Sp, Thn. lis year, c
hater CW1, PE0 b As yatrior, D
* pan., Mrs. G. B. K -liatl"W s u I"
er, WS West University Ae- a. s. D hild t ft Rb D
me. Prtie Bdit
American Association of 111 -k n
iversity Women, Morning In. A total of ,110 d4 *
terest Group, Mrs. Stanley Ma- tending 3 schools A lOe McB
this, 1O NW 14th Avenue. County were eukm la$t i .. .
Gainesville Chapter 44, ES, year, and dietal tra e w a Mra. Iu C. Melto and
8 pan., Masool Temple. given to over I 4 red left to right, are
University Mothers' Club, Members o the a. GinMevite Jurwor Wm
Monthly Meeting, 1f a.m, Mrs. Junior Woman's Clubih*r itb receifrL
Theodore S. George, NW tic ed in the iren who receive e
23rd Street teaching program af tie cast includes Mr. Happy
Gainesville Junior Woman': 'mual screening -a tiols Tooth, Mr. unhappy Tooth, Mr.
Club, 9:15 a ., General Met- duted in all of the m Tootirush,. and two school
inS and observance of "World tary schools. girls. At-i e end of the play,
Affairs Day," Coffee proceeding j is year members id Dr. Robert D. Burg instructs
lech re by Dr J. o ythe best way to m it the youngster in the proper
guest speaker. cht and teach method of.ushing their teeth.,
FRIDAY, Ferasry i tal heath, was to arTnI On Thursday, members of
them. Thus, members wotel the cast wip travel to Jackson-
Gainesville Bridge Club, play which has beh n pe dville Televisio Station WJXT,
a.m. Holiday Inn- at the city and county ele e where they will make a tel
United Council schools. vision tapeof their play to be
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wome Nigni Grip, .a: p.,
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
DimnAiV- F-tV b f


Mrs. Earl Russell Jr, pic-
volunteer members of the
a's Club, who assist Dr.
me of the many indigent
dental treatment.


presented on the Ranger Hal
Show Saturday morning.
The Junior Woman's Club al-
so has been instrumental in
providing for a dental assistant
on the dinic staff, and has do-
nated dental health teaching
The Gainesville Junior Wom-
aD's Club has afforded many
children a way to enjoy good


dental health.


L


S U "A,"-" II r I iryIi
St. Patrick's Catholic Church,
Mardi Gras Din roerDance,m H L
pa.m, Holiday Inn.
By UHE ISE CRUY ,e sIkiers uj) makes a wonder- hnch boxes should have the
DA HELOI V ful "puly "- type clothesline? name on the outside, too. Fin-.
B rid'DEAR HEIE: It is so strong, does not break gemail polish does a wonderful
To replace broke handles. or stretch and keeps itself job for this printing.
Stherwise good purses, 1 i Iean! You'd be surprised how many
Chain dog coarsM I have had my ski tow children DONT KNOW which
o. pet p ti of clotheslinefor four years now h ch is THEIRS at noontime!
Astore! i nwand it's Ju like new. The cod andhow those lunches get
U DAY, Fe ary Tese dog collars coe the sam as the reg mied up . we teachers
various lnght so you ae uar clothedine rope. will never know.
Wedding of Miss Sophia Ann tofind one just the right se A READER B.K.B.
Gocek, daughter of Mrs. Frankto fit your purse with no sh -t- *
Gocek andthe late Mr. Gock, ening needed.Thy alsd com e
and William E. Shepard, son of in either silver or gold apd f Tl hth I MrveT Iea! Youth Club
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Utes match any purse. ISEA
of igh Springs, 7:30 p. m., These dog cor have a r i Coun iMeets
Mikesville Presbyteria on ech e which make t m DEAR liEWISE: The G vi Youth Club,
Chuyh& attractive and also easyjto s it., Hirs a ggestion for moth. sponsored by the Gainesville
tub to the pursue And th'vn --- sponsored by the Gainesville
SATURDAY,FekaryI t to the P who lave trouble (and Recretion Department wil ,in,
an ru inrnpirv Just who 4 't?) getting t new s l offices hmsday t
Sor MiU A ,0a ,hI! my h nd pi- baby to go to sleep after 7:30 p.m., during the monthly
Purvis, fiancee of Billie Nug d out (As e sokin* ; t his fedi: council eil.
ent Ninicht Jr. of Jackso. ed the new handle for ) Whm y' pick up te baby Danny Rogers will mcceed
ville, 12: p.m., Mrs. C. Addi. that these chains are to feed him put a beating pad Roger Peek No Youth Club is
son Pound Jr. and Mrs A. ed links which makes th jon low heat, or a hot water hot-scheduled this Saturday night
Husey, Gainesville Golf and u than tie, in his bed. Then after you at the Recreation Center be.
Country Club. nary ch in. have fed and burped the baby, cause of the Gainesville High
My favorite purse s n1yw remove the pad and put him School Basketball game with
Lret..dy for l another san Ibackinapice warm bed. ThisjOc which will be played
Mothers Club an maybe eve mow I.wf he lp o umh tolhere.
I ban is ago. Grownups don't
M eets Thurs. t the ogal e co,e back to a cold
Mrs. Theodore S. George wil bed . .i bet babies don't,
entertain the University Moth either
ers' Club for its February meel-. Nw ea't e original MAXINE HOOVER
ing tomorrow with a eofte at umy htIm y.JM t thit *, W /
1a. aiher homeW in ll NW dINdfte p ey* ;I e& Y predMs m ther . .
3rd Street g ehg fn r wrea. HeE h of
This clubbisope to all moth- r. DEAR HIOHISE:
ers of University of Florida A Please eourage aD parents
0 Unlaasa ... .. I__ --- 1


faculty members wo are per who end:theirchdldto school
maent Gaineville residents or DEAR HELISE. t with a luh bhag to PRINT
viit here for he whter sea Did you know thaL a nybn their dt' name on the tsack
MLo. ski tow line (the line thlt IM. with a daltr color crayp. Aml
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There is nothingmore exit. and you can't if your clothes
ng gratifying than doing arehanging on you. The visual
meeting we have been want- Impact will be rewarding. This
Sg to do, buthave put off, over also gives you an opportunity
an over'again, because we to envision what wonderful
e payi the price for the thing the loss of another five
rise we onged for. When we or lponds will do for you.
finally make up our mind, and Once those curves begin to come
sacceed, it makes s mochi out of hiding, nothing will stop
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more self-confient an uilds
our self-respect It makes us
feel and look years younger.
That is what is happening to
thousands of women who are
following my Eight-week Beau-
ly Improvement Plan. They are
sticking to an eight-week pro-
gram, under my direction, to
see how much they can improve
their appearance in that length
of time.
For one day each week during
this period I am bringing these
readers more encouragement
and information. When you
reach the midway point I have
a suggestion for you which I
know will be helpful. It will be
helpful to any reducer whether
or not she is following BIP
(Beauty Improvement Plan).
New Measarements


Prop_ Are Necessary
Don't be ashamed of using
such "crutches" to reinforce
your determination should it
falter. Most folks need such
props. Most people have to "pep
talk" themselves, whether they
are trying to lose weight, be-
come more tolerant, more for-
giving or learning to bake a
better cake.
If y.o missed my Eght.
Week Beauty Improvement
Plan and would like to have
the BIP Kit which gives you
complete directions and my
ique BIP Wal Chart send
25 cents (plus 15 cents for
postae and hanfdl) with
your printed name ad ad-
dress to Josephine lwman
n care of the Galassville


At this time It is smart to have
a couple of your dresses or out- C, -T=,
fits taken in to fit your new mea- ISJ ",ift
surements. Even though you
have not yet reached your goal' UI
do this. Unless you can sew
yourself, or have a friend or re- b WuUyB U
native who can do alterations' j~ at a? drinking m bea"
--"-- rom O f. bat 8noyiUbkddgr irri.
for you, it would be expensive, t..--m.ai yon frhe mlau. m,..
*o -d I l -lo-f- orthlbe. Aid if mslthlm aisht,
to have all of your clothes alter- witha nih nhke.u ldeormn&.
ed a this sage, and there would d a i eoaetion1 adi
be no point in. doing so, since 'roMIT-don'twait-try Do'an si*.
they will have to be taken in Ud.I-T ,ham a inff o
again later on. bad fd -A fart pabh. .
uahe, mueular ae and plin$. t-Aj
However at this point you f n*rfUMly d diuic aetlo, tin t
.. o it i should see for yourself how tW. es .1.ofW- k tub7.. ot. C ttW
much better you look than when "h t illio w
mwm h le you s Jtar losi weigh for oer 6 For eonronMly 21:
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Tells of Infant

Heart Problems


By MARIY f M
A University of Forida heart
specials ook the mp
atthePrrbetmOAdhmm
yesterday and told his Unier-
sity kty Khiant bm :
'Silmking def-iy has a
prof d inmti o a the
.card nKlaesr ym."
And after M Um y i
i er ad fat ui mof aukea
Dr. Ira Gamer laced Ms


Heart Drug

Praised At


Rotary Meet
Dr. Myron W. Wheat, pro,
feur of surgery at the J. Hil-
lis ufie Health Center, talked
yesterday at the Ga nesville o-
tary Cb on threat bug
Dr. Wheat showd fil slides
on how improvements in the
mieme aope a fabled doc-
tors to get a "birds-eye view"
of human tissue, especially
heart tissue.
Dr. Wheat said a new type
Sof microscope called the dec-
tron microscope and radioac-
tive materials have shown doc-
. tors for the firsn te te r-
ence of Digitalis in bthe heart
tissue.
"By Injecog radioacie Di-
Sgialis io the heart tsue, we
can a the *g in the t ue
through* e dectroe mere
cope," Dr. Wheat aid. "lbe
radioactive Digitalis gi off
particles which can be detected
with the electron mankMop
and this allows us to trace
where the Digiutas goea.
Digitalis is one of our most
Indisp able drup r bh r
disease, and by usi radioc-
tive substances and the ee-
tron microscope, we will be able
to exactly how D ta
works in the heart tissue in a
few years," he said.
I He said research on Digital
Is has be made poible rom
funds of the Florida Heart As-
moiation and the Heart Fud.
S In other business, Rotary
Club president Fred T. Laugh-
on Jr. named Ed Peck, Harld
Gert, ad Bob Coleman as
a nomating committee to ap
point a new board o director


Nixon Feels


Lions ive
Awar4s For
Atteauance


The body o g Meech:4 badrt ll Adutendance x i were
me e.! ken I t thW Gakw le Lims
- same ain Cub's rel naeer i dftTuTay,.
710 UL Wealt C" -pehli toDoOa tw Prodded
tidem did GelWame m as .T* pSu
as a frequent cause of heart Tlose awadi
daoease mi new- n Weals Bet, m e
"Wh a prut w um perin et arai m l
cnrsact GermpI muIl~" I yme; Lae aed Gerald
sid Dr. Gessner, "ashim- Horne, 7 years hu m S
al hby ote Areadsime If, 2 Yrs.
the mot requt aMu The 1um i wf a
ties I aimperft e" operate oilr itd at
Dr. Ganer ad huis eeathe- GamMt U AMjno-
ges at the Heal Cebr are trio's am"l hoi to be
prUeN* conduct. BlM he-ld Feb, 1 d Ed
child tudie n both the pre-m Turling u as dir-
tl nd poaitl te.ge L man S the cao mhtae.
l huicia lso id WIt w uaced at L
thatmeyahlab to to t Cake w onted to the
acdh&n idaWb b.hertby i. Ce Sof the Bd, the -
sert*ig a mateomure irophone council ofb thLe 's
trughlve ui nad ioln the lb tewide project, 'te
actual heart chambers. Foundatio of iLjo for the
"Twenty years ago, the top I. .
aureoofdtodaywd have, John F.
been autaud tey were Harris, wIe W. Freer and
Witold of the experts we WiM C. Arin were i-
day routee," said Dr. GeismaMARY IU A AU Ln
In ohe efforts toC OWLat W .pA!t AMyI-
hert dimiss,, Dr. G yb hj'sI'e.
pointed out, notedM diolo as, bo -rain kl* y
tmchias, and X.ray ~assist, M fat.r:
ants flee to the pasture.,b. a b
S they udy a herdoning if fwd her o
Uversyowd coa schoololinit.istudmt Joh
heart dise mDsto I Jhau
And ene the atmosphere of e wr3 W about
the Health Caelr is lift bhiad,UMryadt her Ipmb and it be.
t Me dorlorderlinessben-r.sime sh inyermmy
the sometimes disappers


As a eam npo: not too
many weeks ago, e d the
cows ecaped- d thm men
were forced to um s up their
diity ad play ewboy, a*
the college campus as a comrraL


SHIPMENT
of 1964
Ramblr &r Jeep


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PROFESSIOAL LADI


1.


His Oats


WASHINGTON Measured
by th sudden spWt I his
peaking commitmnts, M ch-
ard M. Nixon's avalablity a
his party's nominee for p -
dent has grow five l.
More than at. Nim teo md
to be provocati and critc
of the Johno administration
now that the Predwnt hm
take polcy poitI to a M
ber of are.
These speeches ll A cus
largely a affair t
o Feb. 11 to ICAnIu, i,
Sfamr vimc prmI l w- l
deliver what he trms "a mA-
jor s.eech andva rights "
Somme a t' e I uinr pw
porters, hav eadse new at-
tachumes take the am his
Increasing a ccti li ty nal1y.
They view t as overweeamg
ambitl that is t od
the party.
This mw ea s aeSa
however, of the demandS a
on Nits 111 0lm a MKA,
innumeih )lvItrif tof
s speak, wMr 5W ad to


Jet Wrekage
Is FanjKed


WIESADI. tim" (a)
-The UA Ak rehmh b
Spie diM i0t0 m ol
t ,.dE* a< Air hu
01 teralr sd I u Owr CI
munist Ma-t Gawy.
The rlWiBpMrt mt1
ng laid sit hharatbth
Niesbade air ao to eem
itruct a ur a pub thl
Plane's Sanls *&An Air
Force pim a aid there
w ouabld bensta l *tilt
Thmre Ut s~w *
killed wh, the s a
hiomd Iee
Bu. Ga ag ____a


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, !IENGALINE
| Wth a Wear Coton
I -gan -M
I t -ion and
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Wednaday, PFobrry 5, IN4


Golden Chance for


Twulive of the sae's
mot paisi yo -du UI
ha tlkhiadeod r0mIa will
get a c e to diga tue deep
r laboratory tehmIqu. at
the Uniersity S Flrid f th
Plau for the Universty's
6 Wi m gra forl high
ckool idtuets posoMred by
the Natiol Scidea Fomsb-
ioin have be uam ed by

UF Press Prints
W ingBook
A book pubW d by the
Usiversity Florida prm hasu
bem recaped I n the itb w
Ma, Saoulae Book COu pt
a for ce in typ y
ad design.
Along with other wi i
books, it wiibe displayed Inl
libraries hrouhout the a
try.
T1 e book Is "Moots of Fril-
da" by Dr. Rth S. Dem, a'
professor botany at Florida
State University. It's received
wide ritical acclaim since it
m Ii pubhed in June, i.n


Dr. Later A. Arw dictar
of te prejct
am.&w.nda m h a
IAteIrs Iat *Ste
wi *a fiMw to Jm M, aI
asachib pefgsr at the Sol-
A cosu.minm prers
blttelmqp nyw th
dt ml dctAf th e ,-

For t mwk dri **e
A a lb i-u
ins p- -b
bcimfedstSpbIl viNd
almpida Univedly S Fhli*
li aion tey receive a


Young Scientists OK FOR YOUR
i des seheited lectres by made in college, and some have in te "Business Opportunities"
IdS"s hi Slris g fild* already manude their mark in column in the Classified Section
Ty be a em ml ad have scientific history with their TODAY
accm= b he Uiversity's II teiriTODAY
-rary a iliIies,


Dr. Arld sai 132 students
have reIeMved the spscialied
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Officers


Dr. Howard Wens was in-
ddtled as presdK of the
ys Club at a baquet Friday
Elected to serve with him
were Dr. Ben Samuel and Dr.
I.'rvng Weintraub, vice-pre-
dnsu; Robert Ommings,
rary; and Don McDowe
Mre.
New members of the boardof
directors are Keith Austln, W.
&I: (Sonny) Lee, Hal Ingma,
Chtrle Denny I and James
WkderUc. All wereinstalled
by pst-preidstit Di Sa .
lan and Boy Pqs wentto
Jack Bates, Jack Uoore, Cabot
Corporation, Denny Concrte
C !pay, Alex Frank, Ray-
mood Botsa and Joe Richard.
so. nThe Perry McGriff and
Sunyland Packing company
shared theMan and Boy Award.
Executive Director Mike
Kresha presented the annual
nt
Also on the program was the
Boys' Cb choir and Mrs. Ata
Bratvold, a Manatee County
juvenile counselor and a former
spy for the Federal Bean d
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Well-Balanced Yonge


Topples North Marion


By MARTY KHRAM

The f, tue .psid the
cramp oam a geer-
-as hut of P. K.You&e char-
by last itw, as b-rdenm
North Marion ommd to
bulbeye Blue Wave shoot-
ing, 41 in the PKY Gym.
P LT Yoge made it a
'tem" affair frm the very
b-ing They juped out
tob eary lOd, as all
five starters bhit for field
S goalsa .
had PKY generosity didn't
slop at jut the Blue Wave
team ammbers. Early PKY
fh aemt Colt eagersn to the
first peals. And when the


opening quarter cam to a
dioe, PKY was abhd 1.M--
but *t d North Mari's
pints had m from the free
throw lime.
WaeaKd mdI
It was a weakmned lon
of the Colt cagers that took the
floor at PKY for the opening
tipoff. Several played a
just getting aer a t with
the flu and maoer Senior
Henry DeVere, is out with
the momps.
What's moe, with just 6:2
remninsig i the last period,
Colt star Bll Davis ddly
doo ved wr ad fe to he
flo thout any apparent
reson. A hu fell over the
crowd a the layers ceard


Florida


Seats


Only 5,752

lhore GymaI sa m anaer than anyone wants to give
Smadt hor big.
D. K. Stanley, head of the College of Physical Edscation,
had the pym "coMued," eat by meat, each flnch width of
e, ror to Florid's big pm with Kentcky last Sturday

The ma due by tM an hm lved mnay p saI -W
added hiesm n the gd tha are ed fr Gter games.
The entd u m acs tal I,. Il aMd te wee
chairs ped rmS-i eldK g these at the pea taMe hr

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Ir than U- am m wer mo e ?,a
S. t the actSlmnt cat be ymr wi for fute Gator
ImeIro a-t ief.h
By the sme tke, it hoped the pers that be at the
T wE in seriouam oderatn-vm itf mea waiting
for a prior (1 mllU worth of other atia-to a
w trcture for the fte.
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beek to let a door and coach
Gege Keep toug.
Afllr a ftv Hrinoe intrim
D ileft e art W der his
ow pmwe tlhelvitmt of an
attak of sainah cramp. He
rlmenedlt thepn game forth
final three, Minta of action.
The Bluke Wave parlayed
dea, crisp anad ac-
cr I shooting to jump to a
3U5 halftne lead. North
Marion, on' the her hand, ran
up aslew of earl flow mis-
tak s antthentritedto force
their ots f at least a

Do l Co"
Davli Co agiBalt
tq.Dqvis jt witl my
cabteoy fordte olts, as
he tacketed tie foot
sU and ap a free
thlr forakevenased qwar
ter pits:
Davis imbhed the game
witb 13 pots. But NorthMa-
rion's scoring honors for the
MWgt weut to a iMoot cem-
ter, Tobkie -Prudtt, whoI
h gged23 21 of them
mhefree uws!;
Forward Roa Greer led
the suly BueI
Wave hi scoing with 16
points; followed by Chatl.I
AHiato's 1 and Covey John.
stmn'sal
Last night's16 was PT's
second over North Marion
this see'. Te lae Wa
rolled to a 6st decision over
the Colts at Reddick earlier.
PKY Csch Wibur Hokinus
credited a "much improved
debaese" as being responsible
for the vtory lS ni t
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InMeKep'ie


Pbay wiallO jue o ew
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hegromp at ttbe mnew omd
CoulyCb: I
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ShMiey Whaf vs. Lois
Emeli, I0 D VS.lIa
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By Jn oALBSTBN
on Ifrk m rS
ae bmatedl eMq-
SaW Mt ea 6eib ndid
d o inI I Coolrlm

W muneas a thds tadeM
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Maldlfbltoh i SC Isto
thbe a 1od a i mkbet I
the commiry.
He adiled do th&s awe
a few who are "pig btack-



w"hat's o but y," e said be
"We sAmk bm mmen
tb24 wit labo s haM-
dtm exur."
undorffa m oid dlca am
a mk SeC toIravl muad
Setan amount of mey
for r and fd. aiey are
rotated o that na SEoffial
M an y toem i the league
more than four tdSa a ama-
aO.
Propecti are ctanly be.
g swindled. Modrffl said
he watch many hi school
and oee bfeshiman pose
a mam, seeking good ffic-
als. He said he looks forpolse,
ense of values, fair play, in-.
terpretation of the rules. He


Celtics And

Gators Win
Celtics and Gator won
Eihth Grade ae psa
while Bccaner ad Blue De-
vib scored in Seventh Grade
fray is the Eeanitary dr-
eit.
Celtic beat Cis, -17; Ga-
ton udeed Raeb. 2; B
woe from Blue Devils, 1312;
ad Blue Devilw Mdge trip
p-d arphoders, a-a
Jimmy Chesnut aid Mt.
Bioe had ix point eabh
for Olet, Larry Sandrs si
far Cltci Eddle Bf fao
Gatos, Frank BhaeUS and
Jimmy Roidirse, fine eac
Ra* Jams di each fr BM
Devi, Rex Lwe 17 hfr MN
git and JIM Nlack ** for


Hawthorne

Wr*474s


NEWBERY The Newbu-
ry Panthe tied Hawthore
early i the nal quarter at
4 but faded before al e Ho
ets' closing drive and lbt, -
43, last nigh, e 14th 5eb
in success for the hoe
team.
The visig Hornets, nmw B-
8, led 54al artl the Adt
period. Newberry's ray 4
locked the pase midway I the
quarter.
Deter Beder led lautam
with a poblk Tomwy Fm..
worth had a doean fr w--I
berry while BDo Bass and TW
rd Baa each had lt
T girls gans went to Haw-
Sorme, "


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tbdorf ff t h SEC
C...ct. dwol. ^ lk Offi.
cShb a se ba to keep
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gas.


Bant som


Shockers Keep


Rolling Along,


Over Loyola

By NMEiR Kanms in the Big Eight
Asel Pma "pt Wier and Lehigh uapet Columbia 5s
Is anybody pf- to ibet th S.I
Wichta W het esn col- Dave Stallworth upped his
leg basketbeil in Right Wi&itS career total to 1,7
w the answer ases to be points with u against the Loy.
I'oM. oa Ramblers. Little Ernie
lhe Shockers soraMd their llth Mooe the Whichita high
straighandlth eir last cor with Less Hunter
games by ddfeatg Chi with, ad Vie Roume, with 17
Loyoa Mf T d ni led te Ramblers.
tiM, Ste 2 aMI Virginia Tech broke a two-
t k s apme losing sreak behindHo-~

by O Other fap Wah Forest down-
M" lNO bu 6 0 h e d ed South Carollea t-/79, Bradi-
i Of thedgerk to mkeheir ly dated Marquette 81-7,
over-a record 1 3w i ex r* Temple overcame Delaware W-
"Wam pes 03 and Moruehed edged Eastern
In defeating the defedingaow eucky W* 37.
Usolal aia -i for
th second the this season, the
beken deighed a hometown AT
tunnt of 1,73.


Pair the fourth nked
Mbknm S.- deae d
UsablneIRdigtiwk'sAd-


ate- Ptess
Tueay's
program.


poll the gam topped
dnaiad t*


Davee. Ret
Once eate Didm-N dlen. h
wao thewdyeher teo=khe
AP Top T to see adic. 'h
Wfdcats acrd WMEa a
'Mary 11141 for their h tri-
umph in star.
Proviwne, t Ne dmp4
walloped efl.o CoUe Nlhw
for its IUthi arm. TwAAN
lIghtened Its ho l on efl
west Coderea d by w
ig Baylor*SamI8wtsS

Eagles Top

Chiefland In

Tight Battle
aEpiND l? b -
Eagles we forced to b1
the final period n laht r IT
a nurrw 51- upa wen ow
a KrT laW d el WVs
Te B1S, Iwhom reJd
m is m, trailed by a
pahle da a qer, by the
at ka nd by sid starol
as th last pea.
Th Horae* Meal4y,


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3mq Whe h led U pkk
AM k m led RUN
IL.


Action in basketball is co-,
tham thusi making an ofi-
clas task re difficult, M -
drff said. In footba he
ned, actual play com e
11% ikdues out of In
bukebal., it's 2 minutes
au of A
Muimorff aid basketball
ne, as wen as football, are
I need of a major revamp-
He took me uesharply
Sthe age coaches who
"ra teiugh" changes with-
out ay research or trial of
the rule.
Specifically, Mundorff listed
the one-and-one bonus foul
rule, the intentional foA and
the lack of an adequate rule
to prevent late-game stalling.
Mundorff said the one-and-
one makes a foul penale
more later in the game than
earlier. He said possess of
the beallU hi worth I points
and a foul shot one; therefore,
a team committing an inten.
tional foul generally achieves
its objective without getting
hurt. He suggests the team
fouled also retain possession
of the ball at mid-court He
would eliminate the one-and-
one foul provision.
As regards the stalling,
Mundorff noted basketball had
a "three-second, five-second ,
10-second and 5-second rule."
The latter three are designed
to prevent stalling but have
not succeeded, he said. Mun-
dorff favors a rule to force
action.
"Take the baskets off the
floor," he said. "How many
people will come just to see
two teams play keepaway?"
Mundorff said the growth of
basketball in the South suffer.
ed from climate and lack of
facilities for years. He noted
proudly that just four years
ago seven of the top 10 teams
in the final poll of the season
came from the South, three
from the SEC. He said new
and bigger basketball arenas
would continue to improve the
caliber of play.


Chairs Fly

After Upset

OfSeabreeze
TITUSVILLE, (AP) -
Tkasville High School's
basketball team upset Day-
tbau Beach Seabreeze W
1 tonight Ia a game that
ended in a free for all.
Folding chairs were
thrown at the final whistle
and the 200 or so fans pour-
ed onto the court. One teen-
ager grabbed a radio mie-
rophone and begua yell-
og his complaints about
the officlatiag.
"It was a madhouse for
a while," sakd ee specit
ior who managed to stay
oat of the uproar.
No arrests were made
and one suffered aay
lajuries of coeseqence.


Hutchinson

Progressing

Satisfactorily
SEATTLE (AP)-Treatments
have reduced the size of the
malignant chest tumor from
which Fred Hutchinson, manag-
er of the Cincinnati Reds, is suf-
fering and doctors are pleased
with the progress.
"It is extremely gratifying,"
Dr. Orliss Wildermuth of the
Swedish Hospital Tumor Insti-
tute said. 'Normally, at this
stage of treatment we are hap-
py if the tumor has stopped
growing,"
Dr. Wildermuth said Hutchin-
son "is progressing very satis-
factorily" and probably will be
able to report for spring train-
ing at Tampa, Fla., March 1.
Hutch was making no predic-
tions Tuesday.


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Harness Race


POMPANO BEACH (AP) -
Haress racing got off to a wet
sairt a south Florida Tuesday

Ace of Spades won the $15M0e
halue at Pmp.ano in a driving
raestorm after a day-long dri
de turned into a downpour mid.
may in the eigitrace program.
Ace of Spades, drive by Dr.
Frank Todd, pad the mile in
I mines I and 2-5 secads,
basket time of t night, and
m b a photothish.
Spr- g Romance was second
ad Irish Senator third in the
fleM d ight
A ttal of 4,1 parsoMn bet
$35 astheS optig progam.


stroyer, with Buck Thornburg,
and Big Felly, no rider assigned.
Geology, under 116 pounds,
will have Larry Gilligan aboard,
While the others will pack 112
pounds. They are: Alphabet,
with Braulio Beza; High Fi-
nance, no boy; Special Prince,
Don Brumfield; Reply Mail, no
boy; Sun Like, Mickey Solo-
mone; Greek Episode, John
Sellers, and Wee Jewel, no boy.


Bacardi Cup
MIAMI (AP)-Competitors In
the Bacardi Cup Star Class
Championship took a day off to.
day. The final two races in Ohe
series of five are scheduled
Thursday and Friday.
R. I. Stearns of Northbrook,
I1M., rode a steady 1-knot south.


east winds to a 10-yard triumph
HWaeahRun over leader James Schoonmak-
er of Miami Beach in Tuesday's
MWC (AP) Staen of the race. Stearns covered the 10.
mp itt "fear-ods in training mile triangular course over Bis-
I thI au were to rn at His cayne Bay in one hour and 41
ah *ay In te wP added minutes.
MhaM akes, a major prep However, Schoonmaker, win-
for is Flamingo March 3. ner of the previous two races
High weights in the field are improved his standing. With 5
r. Brick, Roman Brother and peits, he holds a margin of 10
Bper, each carrying l2s the field.
pal. Riders an the top three Read Ruggles of Miami, thid
we he Walter am, anuel Tueday, is second with 5
Yema and B Nartack repeo points. Stearns is tied with E.w.
eeI. Etichels of Old Greenwich, Cona.,
l Ithe w ihts at Ui at 4 points.
po"t wE be Jourist, under Doe never of Vermilion, Olio,
1 i atmbers, ad Duel, is enat with 53. TDrward Know.
wit0 J&iL RW, each asgn-Ilee of Na ,a Bahamas, and d-
ad peaks feing fchampo Howard L?
At linp=u6will be Delfr-piycottoflivertoo.N.J.,foliow
bi, wit Bob Us"y: Bold Do- with 51 points each.


High Series Plentiful

In Bowlers' Fig Night


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Weimma, FhMry 5, 1964


Santa Fe Races


-By Lake Butler

LAKI BUTLER A kU fpped i 31 poetS M hding 13
"'%i hm hma P FeWpred thei Mal rs 8 filn
"b*I*tnoh tke hoop t a mk o te gem.Thomas amu
blad *lp laMht advat Mtmd aead ms poo h a
on to a 04 triaph ever Lake bm
Buler. 1he Jmior nr m wmt
Thm Rdl.be o plo Id t6 SMI Fe, Ml r.
14t wkinhu17glagma, M ut8pL wak hI a etDMyhr110IM
cat lti ufnt Ui Hi reded m, kQ 7
s" and beuid b w b U daErhait rwInS6th
per cnt heloiscd r ea, tfo a I .thm
oe' ohost vlbeetato aoo.rMM40" do ft
by od 11iO 1etSa1 gr. 1I (es *--v cololo
Lam Pmla lmIed mta Fe fns P aoM 44 I
ifi ha poinbe iNtiw ie a= a ua..-
hit i and Richard J ah b 1. M- .
'arrm Balk eal was I double b. Sm,2ES M Aim
figure" with 11.M Iea :
,, Scoring laurebs wen to ILakes &" ni 19

9 14
Xutier's Jmwgm Thomas. _eg o n s oM*-a

Turner Fires 27 Points

To Pace Cedar Key Win


CRSS Cy -Senior "cky
Turner pped I 27 pofin to
lead Cedar Key to a 71-0 win
tver Dixe County's Bers Is a
hiped4Kuk bealle he last
ight It was the 14th win in 15
lame for the are-leading

The game's outcome was in
ubt until mid-way In the final
'Ieriod when Cross City m-
tountered foul trouble and had


-Trenton Runs

Markto l44
WILSTON The Trenton
Tigers jumped off to a strong
early lead and went on to make
Willisto their 14th basketball
victim of the eason, 75, last
Trento, which has a 14-4 ree-
.. eod, led at halftime and
passed away from the smaller
Rhed Devils in the lastperiod to
lock it up.
,Hoton Browning paced Tren
,)on with 2 points, running his
Jotal to 375 for the season. Billy
Slaugher had 14. Doug Mitchell
tossed in 16 for Wiliston and
"Benny Standridge had 13.
The Williston girls won, 51-22,
:as Beth Whiterst got 10 points.
H. Langlord had 13 for the loW.
* 'ers.
STRWITON Wita. 4-14: ; au
..er. 54-14; Wat so t- MI: iewal.
J-;3: Sim. 14-l T1 ua. 144;
4ivam 144; CA 4. 14 TtalsT. -
w- WilO N Bued. 444; maud-
frtg 6-113 ; D. Mmhel.* M us M.-
1eus. 144; Gr ht. 44; it. e.-
144; ta 1y. 144 D 1 mo .
114. Tvl. aH1 X
sWNoIN F I2 a s-
.WiUom 14 i U U
Odali: Wallm a Iam .


vi


to play amuo bal. During the
e. p Cu Cedar Key out
scored the Bears -213.L
De sive standout Gibba
KUa M oled out for the Di e
Countans In the decisive fourth
quarter. Up until tha tiee, he
had de a yeoman's job de-
f gt against the hboting
His 22
Dennis Bennett led Cross City
in scaring with points, follow-
ed closely by Bobby Dodd, with
i.
Jerry Beckam chipped in
points for Cedar Key.
CEDAR KEY Hit.m 1S4;
SIlaukter, -324; Tur, 11-7-T0M
B Ae. 8445M uMk. 4-u; BWs
14L
Co crrm BIeniams 4o
Daf. ".N; La d. l1-itll u. -4
04i Jmn 144 u
asen hr b trtW;
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Mayo Edges


PALATKAL KES BY, 61.58


Starke Fais Shy Again

PLU Oe aainlthi to It irts.Coac Bill hit s and Ernest Jenkm 11 fr
ira's armrying Torna- Jamerm's team is rated one Starke.
us= ai bid to mre a ma. of the finest ta the ch's his.
j vear nr fedl sh tory with both Alm to Class AA le preliminary fray also
S -., tso Palmt.'s schools Ocal omd Daytm was close with Palatka taking
Stm, 14 to Palatt Be ch Maland. a 27? verdict.
knu Imb tight.
IbW. U4^ nstew* uwaraMAIN Po a ts GR& I
e doUs, 114 d othe pB M hbea with G C
r m S d the dat Tirer had 11. lHarod BioS p CONSTRUCTION CO.
by -B o ai tted m *, ,b
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Sa '.m.Wir we at amm m i
Cedar Key Girls
The Key girS buiketbal team aapi is one of the better sextets an
tiae thisua m. FrNat row, from left, an Sheila Delaney, Carolyn Kirk.
la, ~am pbel I a Betty Burett. Back ow, from left, are Sisy Rome,
Dara [adley, Cdy m au Evelyn Warath,Dian Miller, Ethel SlMs and Carrie
Jo SW k. (Sou ph".)

L6"ein Defeats Murray, 61-59


A
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bwo Strus, 6 Brm,
ebly ba ir
ewt, pwd the tie wh a
free row and D y Tourner
hit a bket for a S margin.
Joh mWUlia, leading order
for ai b with 24 points
br t l Tornadoes back to
m w tha basket but Twner
matched that
itnwh


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If- ba mbavictry at the
local It ws the 13th suc-
ce 5 etn ori for the
Tents.
T 'Im,

Alfbrd m or mn paced Lin-
con with l7 pts while Frank
Johnon bt 14 a! Norman An-
derson 13. Tomum led Mur-
ray with23.
Lincoln junjped off to a s21
ham be but the visitors
hd sth n to treates the
Tuters iM the hi two peid
LUnco's girnl won e pre-
nm, 3M2. Ruth illiams had 11
pnts.


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Santa Fe Races


"By Lake Butler

LADt UILER A hab. Ippe h a poles, iadini U
*'m601 1Sa1ee0a m III pwsd de the Irs'total Sf 1 5
'"ta.bohlmabsp at ls b the pme. Thm S
lasting belpdlWadtia e, ord points f7 A
ae to a 4mn trimpbh n lte pm
Buie. The junior waSiy fra wft
The iebek, who poetedl taer tlaba, he, .n
adt60&lghmo" aem tOw Wmkblflkt"Ui
cont the n akllN wui dedd W. wt hit (beads
Sand bWoetUd at to d yamght.I bete r0witl
Wr ant o scmad h N eam t, 1wil sb.Northn
mco reta host U4iiki. 6Ar vm ismlg a B b
Sby Oaat wad iiaBway. inmwnCel
fladw PIJh 1. m e~
Lay Pamole Wtta n s S II .
whpof wls a pghit wh e s Jam 45 5M..a.
larrkomk uito was mn dbk Piad&";1r "c -"
fi Wlktl44 b1..a3I
r Scori urels t to LakeIW O 7 to -1
Juter's Jimmy ft as. He y *asn aN rpe.

Turner Fires 27 Points

To Pace Cedar Key Win


CaO aY -Seior lcky to play cautious ball. During the
r pu. p p t 27 points to fal perod Cedar Key Ou
lead Cedar Key to a m- win scoar the Bea rs -L
ever DideCoumty'B e Desive standout Gibba
inipeHd"ck battle here l lliaflm t ed t for be Die
lght. It was the 14th win in 15 b de asive fourth
a for the -lead quarter. Up until that time, he
S. had done a yeoman's job de


S The game's outcome was n
oubt until mid-way in the final
period, when Cros City en
'tountered foul trouble and had


Trenton Runs

Mark to 144
WILLISON The Trenton
Tigers jmuped off to a strong
Early lead and went on to make
Willist their 14th basketball
victim of the season, 756, last
. Trenton, which has a 144 rec-
. ord, led at halftime and
-ased away from the smaller
Ped Devils in the ast period to
lock it up.
, Hoion Browning paced Tren-
,)on withU points, running his
otal to 375 for the seao. Billy
Slaughter had 14. Doug Mitche'
tossedd in 18 for Willison and
'"Benny Standridge had 11
The Williston girls won, 51-2.,
:as Beth Whitehurst got e points.
Langford had 1 fo the l-
* ers.
" T17m n WiUM 4-141 UuMg-
.Jar, 614; WS Wim. M-: Saw .
J1.-; SMk. 14-4; Thmae. 144;
Vitd +m14% C l 4. I" Ta. .
2141
- WIIJASTN 1d. 444: Stand
r1-g. 143; D. MkhaeE. 4-4; Ml-
a. 144;: Orli. 44 R. MI.-
1M. 144; ath*. 1448 D Sta=u.
Tt N m a 11 -
lea by urtes:
.WiWaiu 14 1 U 14MS
0o1ale1 : Walfte "ad Iue.


fading against the bothootng
Turner.
Hits 2
Dennis Bennett led Cross City
in scoring with 2 points, folow-
ed closely by Bobby Dodd, with

Jerry Beckham chipped in U
points for Cedar Key.
C RDAR KEY HstieM. 144;
S I askt r. .24: Tuo.f 1m.I-
cmfesm, am-it aM". 41 oW.
141
COM CITY l ay sBo #
Defd. 84-11; Laud. 31-111; im. -
64; J( e 144.
last nit, ut ad to fit off a







stuborBO, JWper team to 1re-
serve a ueard awin

Mayo Edges

Jasper, 5048
MAYO Mayo's Hornets
Jumped out to a qick lead here
last night, but had to fight off a
stubborn Jasper team to pro-
serve a hardearned 504 wi
Wilburn Ben! paced the may
attack with x points, followed
by Wayne Smith, with &.

took the "B" team game 3.M,
and Mayo captured the girls'
game &a.
MAYO dL 464: ;eth. 5-13;
Joe. 141; Laud. 1.14; Drir 34
1; La 0441Un limnasl. 4.L
JASPER Mubrable. 64.12 Jesa.
64-15: HaWe. 4416; Petm. .1.;
lakle, 144; Pek. 14+; S& M 14.-


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PALATKA EKES BY, 61.58


Starke Falls Shy Again

PAIAYA Oee aga Ut 13h n t irts.oach Bi ll hit13andErnest Jenknm s 11 f
UtMb bandryhg T Jamasonm'i team is rated oneStarke.


Cedar KeyGirkls
?be fCAlear er ir bo kethl ta again is one of the better sextets in
the arm tk u ml Fart row, from left, are Sheila Delaney, Carolyn Kirk.
lad, Via C bi ad Betty Burtt. Back row, from left, are Sisy Rolers,
Darla Wail Cadru, Evelyn Walrath, Dia Miller, Ethel Sill and Carrie


Lincoln e eats Murray, 61-59
uinll 4 School staved m LWCOI irman & 1-1 A-&
Jo ri. (.U; aM--. se; mb.. I I
off a rally by MN-rofy High SL-W ft CAM .-Li.2-1 6 BUY THE F -
Augustine la*t Ia to gain a "
61-0 basketball victory at the MURRAY JAam.. 41,s 0t.
local It the 13th sue e 1; LY N
enis 15 effts fordo the %a 1a- 11 a
Tenrreri. S r quaten
nca "? ni 16 1-I"
AMoN Foreinm paced Lin- m.r In a --a
cola wh 17 points while Frank -----------
Johmi hit 14 and Norman An-
der=1k. Tumhaoa led Mur-
ry nt 23. NEW
in jnpe4 off to a 214 LOW
wbul the viiton r
S strong eat he A
T sto the to ped ALLSTATEN


does. arls a id to score a ma-
S p vitry and feD sby
fleB -in to Palatk's
Bra 6 last bht
The Tmdoes, 11- mn the
yMr it smra f the defeats
by -nw maks, batted
hu b"h to ti atl with
S aml alf mi lo to play

Botty Ik e, Brans'
asr, epld the tie with a
free tow ed D y Turner
hi a basket fora 5 marg.
jamn Wim leadg sorer
for Star with 4 points
bou h Tornadome back to
oe wth a basket but Turner
matched that
The triumph was Palatka's


of the fine a the school's his-
tory with both lame to Cla AA
choo Oeas ad Daytona
Bech Mainland.
em., averaging pin
alum. ld Palatka with N.
Tmrer had 11. ,SnI B p

PALAT7A Puta. 41-H; Tumr.
"us; IMe -14t Kamm. 3+
Ie uNs.. $i-a a."1-Uz.
MU IS M41;: .a.
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The preliminary fray also
was close with Palatka taking
a -17 verdict.


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Gy noa bmt ........ 4% F Uty n d 1 r. h e d e ? JoA F. KeTnehs m I r s I r exret s s and ioeote Union mes.t o
toarlpa..f.C-- % .... ..__ 17.,1 Pr....,.. .s r .d t. e.os.ing of tmblHawn morne to Gaet iioetor a ge last month, Johnesormout.
Tc nieloro FslonorP% CC n S yo f ovno e-m c aI .o .U mari clm t ane d a program which would
k I- CAof N Amer 1 11 G p, Securiies ft 2D S He g sad much of the bu The firt doctor to useHawractitioner from Macclenny,i m hs estimation, benefit '
isate M n 21n d f Bo IJI nifl I rt came s rom eciase tNe's 5,000 medical climin will move to Ha tor e trnck regl Kn
ILaLamd I Etor --m two sior I ncome oes t"reateed to w and floor traders to hil or sedill anfour ears will e mn it and West Virginiatuck andgiv





-- 3 .Mdusuraparny --i, ecre. n.n A. m idr t n Washington
Y ---. e B c TooperaAve SP . dfra his t ctn.f brokerageOO FORCE deton and John Ta aid to the unemployed ylorut D
Mar -ater ....... 7% IUP-C1 K 1 _- -ZO R 1Fr -prou idedm ost. .ofth (Red) Cmros with recruiting the and promote a domestic version
Am Cp. because a rect 0 pr Commoner S Martin m of pya) of the Peace Corps.






Med Joha -- % r MlChryser 31 4 4off % .Co idh esa floor for other brokers buy my territory with th nathe l doctor On ght's Program Walter
4at W a5J m b t1IL w aianyI r icese





A r t Ge Mot enary because there with o their orders or for firms eye, a team Air Force Ch awthm four years ago. Heller, economic adviser to
Aca 41%J-s&L -- 1 p CA wi o If& Type 14 -fld-r@ "thatDbacco HfLFrwKyenktgfewr The group, from the Aero-l at etel i en
m fi, r 4 RCA 1 I A rsshfld not pf" "ledfor- --. .,med-coferece here g Mha hire t a Weio tto .
TS 17 %, S oe r "" I rle t ( dN ) te peculiar r tosc i taking? -- on ha n physician., Irenowned Swesaidisthat ecnomstap






AT&T 14'339 p RdI p& 7 -t1.71.a charged with maintaining astudiesofvisualreportsofsix ointment was effective Feb .
I -lT .p5. rla. h R ,oflFu reasonably ordc erly market in Amerhcan astronauts who rocked and -that he would be working
ITamp 7............... FulaAdmnbeo Forid dthe fwUUn appreciao frto hCrpessaand mem. author of iThe Other America"

Se le or more stocks ft e Can Spy,ace By of C ery ommit. he hahseorvion.
I a rur. .MM M o ready tobuyor eliforWhios on M the lliam B. me theClarkdoidtha, t cudes on-the-spot coverage of
LAte MoM"Bo N11 od Ald" ktwoASH taccnte He also acts aa b- proper teateed t florrsto oranyning, Members of the committeerural poet inKentuk and
Chu- V.L , OCh els draw fcimm the Fhi Cu.. TO&. W stock Is rcel vee Eye J" v were F. G. Johnstt, A. L. Mid, urban poverty in Washington,
1 N.Y.it7% offi 3% am a."trco..ve BROOKS A]i FORCE BASE. dleton and John Taylor. DC.
I"1 II tli".^u",..,.j." = .= lor+.b.caI =Me.tat bm'...er-xha$ member Tex. (AP-A orbiting asmbo. Tx---_-. ---- .....

AlcisoCkaid4% v at %lmGFLettf leow for other membokers who military space pilots could read ing witons Barton akes
BAm i M% Nick 7B% Ain dt 37Ge9% n ch an eleav thece orders d th n to rf y spot missile bases, encamph t nti





AC 41%Joe l d 1 01RCA w odother tr3difg ote. men4ts, t roop movements Ao cludg the Department s new-




UPg a i8iSmY e 1 1 (AP)-The stock Sperry Hand c m peat 1 0. Special cfferwag block ot "unsuspected targets of oppor- TALLAHASSEE (APt TheCly added responsibility of beach
iB A aI I ar a.. . ,. a C o c refo qc tm ity" from their 10-mDi eigh Mississippi V alley Assolationpherosio and salt water trus
AmMot 17 LU% N.AvS a tradaateRCpe igtof shakers. c houldnobeing Tllr tape ulforpem hicsecnerre hoesr s aryfe a uctionfon contr ay









Alr0 P1d7 offV A hS %t nounees offer for yin at S Specific l def biniti esin of man's t rtt eiracloamt ao Waterway Barton will more or less take
AT 14.% ,- .-'d-i, s I h SPec%7lm1t-0% up %member thot the finding wash based on man, E. L. Barton, as his Ad- ges said that Barton s ap-
aCa P r 0% ng S mo key tcks Ue. S Steel lippedmainainin studies of visual reports of six aahe o T p o ointment waduts efeciverFeb an-
MTo3 : LmMad %w oP R 21%roff% reasonably meorderly market in American stronats who rockro the wesand that he would e working
CAmp Cpn 4% e i 41r % cand at ire. Cot 'moe aMd P moreay b ocks one in. ete into space.Waterway in theTallahasseeoffieon Plof theanning






AMDow Ce % Men t% ig blocks incded: lvaa airo w er in. b et du iring trao ding o he must be hie paper, presented by Maretary of State Tom A d o f Conservation, Hodges said. u-
A PL '13M s 11 7 STOrcK a t a Ar Ch e W cco. Hel oaie a as, aa brok p er reont Cimance training, o i t varied and would include work.
FodaL lM h uebST". 14ao Id oH 'r at 1,er o; er o m e t ers w ho militay spacepilots could read- n n lo g with allsa divisions of the
est 3D X%"MS Wil MARMET iev r IaJlhJ oi e orders And then go n to ilBy spot missile bases, encamp Being Pushed i Conservation Departmentm, in-
FtSU o% ther 'I 4 e a P" b r ro trpo pUnit.med Soa ovp e nts a nd o i ludnmg the Department's new.
Boeng T4t% N Dar O 1K i n (AP)-f t tsto c pe RaW roe % at 19%4 oill offeri g block vhce o f oppor. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Thely added re ponsibility of beach
yM D yM stck sl tosba- fromt heir i e-rs ippiVa Assiationt erosion eand salt water intrus
115 N. SAV M d^fcvetrdiv ax t1theopentog lmrm w d 1 l. ..outposts, has called for early construcUon!on control



CGete 11 P 4Uit Sr du% i a an r C rd 4 Glenra Mtoocic definition of man's w nofsa the Intracoastal Waterway a n n
oCryder b P RR 2t 2 d Pont gained % a t1 ol kt te maximum visual capabdiUes in from Carrabelle to Tampa Bayo .Barten wsd tmore r
CaCoI S PhiMl or 7 i o0eomo t key ou U. S. Sto clapped % at 5 a% P ile rt, radl e us spa e ewi be one o f the m ot and of the Four l Cnvers Thoe sud di o of the







Forla Ed, AUi ilnSPatkAiwer e wltSNa, oonaI'm Sreinnattransactirn In. Te sAuctpp VanRdie vome nummisson be-
E Thkol 16 go qamed oar 1 shares- toI. 0 orke Otelo k .atay significant achieve ut Control Project along the west o rke out he aoine
Co. Can 414% Repub Sd 41% b At I I At lP v a on. m d fl"tn hoe e the paer said the ll tate Recreaton lanng the
DoniwC o I w S S 37% N YOe b ks. K I vaR I Railrd weFe u. br S a durin beWhan urs. r h a..ed a.. S secretary of State Tom Ad. Commission, Hodges said.
,--JIM L eg X Bruswk, u a %-n--sondary ftr -lM i M-therema ,koet amhrle ur jobtefterdenentsHogroesyhassanotes r a nim.




N.b U USeSteelad)% ,was unchangedaaNtI 3% .f l & tilofealo ckeik im1" i l ItuslyHfi sdirncmde er-of d athe.H has er a
AL 311. ra UnivSar47 tH L loeANCgTlehn eWi /S,,rt .Wieym&t soc saidcygMa.l -GoronC.therHod..goit....sdhB............. a.. ..ssst anrodna
S Kodaklh H eByt 70% of % at 1% on : And o in la Mo an ldck iteon cm. Jr.rfter his M bi t fliw t last boformer Associated Press staff.
fmA a an MAP ws &N Mp wn, General Motors w uaA malMa e1 oI tracoastal. Waterway er.o
Flodyr W* Ald9a tio h 7o04i1 75at7 7ch."atb 0 ao. ahes1 l o R 74l of f.f




oabd Snlg 0 an 7 0 o 4ed3 4At and later Chryser ea sed % at f% on g doiSts ata a t she estna the Hia has ot been built, And Congress d s l r n e
IFord o StBl ibaler6%sol d a wld 0l%, %anm "bloc o4t5odambe m priic.On Alokisin.3P mionotherplah hasnot aprovedalltherout,
Fre D 1e Sawiftl 200 0:and m, O Ymeret the rdAsociated i of an of Tibe nd in the southwest he stretch is the missing link dre Rvtoue ommte is e
Frept Sul Teaco 73% Geral Public Uties Press average of0 tock dip al t e. United States tHe said he sht- toa protected waterway rming oe a opting emp oymen t wit
Fruch T 2 Tok 16% aied at33onll sh es i tod7. aa e ack- i M d e e on a road the Gulf of Meie C observation Department.




b.y c p b..t .....-.. .- adbta mA. nd aseactioofHer wore out ofthe w Gaines.
eGd tc:m stkT Unithe o Anh. t pipi pr e _l.1 s..o, tn h oo cross Florv tle office and was under the




GenPll UFruit21 A NiET A E t d Mkat bhe ad.l- tive ee aoo .s a an li tee ts pmrioreo fHen a For-


pits tra inv. Ae a b dIm u la aal aeube t .rh .r e reach the Gul in the midle op id&
GenMikale 3USbSteel5twyamlag" amlteeud d aiha d i ma BMooost ot s ohs







Upor -cohs earn"- ita vi nall in opl a Sptas sut-- J- yali aan Ia vSed ather
re whinr nls en ae S el nu ed to o W= r a n M h te f bunauthoid aton, isis in
u 'bu LowiChl- est 'h"uw rsna po e aIl l opnit uee fr nt r llF d M was. ey the 2eat ed toe l nerateshd lfor Hodgessaid te ea t Bare aso







hao in aN fainpu. madp raV b 4 o 1 l had wbar1 2 fbr t i 1 dvalhtmewhhuman eye.Soeaag thepp.l
&bped wc"la1% .p 5 Ile d r a 4a4 "u5l 9. 4 Vi6*l aah b idnhRMth .Ast.. fa ul he usD1 (a1m)1t h AFou r e aad ma alod f o n Me nde pbtoe, Her Fordaan




SfleSh ,! __er i ost area a d e Parn wao bsush Satapp. o gwbml hrdnsh aly V Sod t noo phre acor of intheRoev.
Gol 09 daftl i bit ApprgUsts inU asio a- whin 1% NI ApraUtie s A d yearsa gh fTeh el asslt w p bi UL or arCommission aid









tasai-l adat l- S w e a. ar a a (M Otr asonrendlhto sa.0 ecord high S u cin "Prmiact y b caush e amao.s
sEhwM ft ve) ttml l tm r at oSg ag t amte lerioM am d a A ausocytiupe dICngr, m ee wissane outstanding mane
t'eopacdAiam to-a iarest a- teoxs n ta to at s -- -le .uar dsd y y s roqortd an de- Ua ste returns sal
II-"Ier eIoer dS M I l' lflalrlis- ie peak l ir pem W-ei. -F-aar ase. in trblupitordeUlot pntoh vehimAs t per dwith st




Ie e vi a.. di. Ap sr, t"a ipB ,mli g l 's i alt Ip aemiu i WSp.nhd S 1t o57 ovD ent, bau 1of
b orq""u. b :b. bh um sinbe .R -, c--e'd ...i. ... p o T Ba p.e ra is4 wo Jte -
IA itos rl tmpk- stc W i illistE S .on and aslived-theres





It Uapt Bradiestll joatdisiWPle aMtio amadaotau l agd ut Ig aIu.. Me1l ba ina l l is e.Afteratlendisg Wii.
r a Ap-inl s inhe A---_ s1,Ken neddy a* b" m .mwe st "U "ualHitrpghS choolhe was in




S at&i n oIwigi"eawe throalklbt b g A gil e s y a w j bae i n:h seg ro e dayi tht f au
Mr-" Owf pawn i te i tt daBr SI T IP aah dIIolThe pr.er of yead p rse. He has served as
y SylladPor e,/ d I ediher emayor o ise tIoad imas
. utel ttorl e Ut tcWkeeiil As Nir te rt ig ba i or hg a r aPandr Latou iy of e






r (redltam fw-a e Mk a oida) eats oc rl gr thUIn p edA NOe tuinmatapr hesl -"phi
0uyeatq hae-alworksudyI ohmt-. ..,be Ai. salsY orkr mse 4l d4th Quua I Frord's oomoosts
o asir ami*s.i. -Itin g Ut m sI0. '-'tosow ,la wF SAyrap it -...
,1 lJohnson, a ht o ft Put _: tin hJ11111111d110,11" we m arket with miplidradt "in. price -N a-iclATide at t0











Unon--Ma ur, J AN .mu1,' nl- el .e t sa.uI., we uI M s4r mw Fd vuer pwa sks o ao=a sofmt e.ea mae
plar ro _111, anink Be. -. u,-'a/bWI. :" bft doweem. ft *A ..A odq. ..."IoMe rl -e F oirindp B- se rwi pIeArd gOac --u rulctsaid







deca-ise progratiek m'ASe It i, AM Ni D Rr o ust toe sa e day that
bPa 60-I -adIMA IfLanrmamer6yteuf M a or a hav PJ
So l.. -__L_.a _._ _,1111d S1 .d Softad.Mtok7perscwntiuIM





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di marks.of 01W niW a.d-,, ,ON -- "i a-- a Ia."a. rcod n ua gc. -,-- clu.ding


threats Hit Lawtey
Then over the last weekend, Air Line depot. "You are going
in a prelude to the council meet- to die." And in the afternoon,
ing on Monday, the intimidation another one stating. "Tell Le.s-
threats switched to Phillips, as lie his time is up."
a possible replacement for Scott Sheriff P. D. Reddish said
o the CounclL yesterday afternoon his uffce
Anonymous pboue calls un is working on the case. "We are
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Swift's Prmnum hn- le
Smoked Daisies.
Copiefnd' SeeIbSmme Her MiM
Bag Sausage...
TemsWs Pickle & Plador'
Sliced Bologna 2
Sartos Bread Chipped Takey,
Ham or Beef .. 3
With Perk Serv Van Holten's I
Sauerkraut .


CLIP AND REDEEM


deam produce lane
LARGE WHITE-MEAT FLORIDA

GRAPEFRUIT


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Fr Seds, Tey Fltid.
Avocados ..


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alb w .........


lb. 50


Jhis CMlma SM.-Km
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DOt Moae New Canned
Zucchinim.... ***.
Del Mont. Tender Cut
Green Beans... 4
Del Monte lady Garden
Green Peas ....
Del Monte Toty Stew"d
Tomatoes.. ****


Del Mote Cram Style
Golden Corn ...
Dl| Mnta Zesty Flavored
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY &
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
5-74,1964....


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Ice Cream...


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Cucumber Wofers
Undewood's SI wiuo Spcil
Deviled Ham ..
Nu,.'. IMda Cusis
Peanut Bars......
Pinhee ....
Shiumim'. Ceui Tret
Vanilla Cremes .
Al PFuei AliAmiM Fe
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mushrooms
S37'


vigo
saffron
w 29


cloro b--m b-m-dole-sliced


clorox
bleach
6 360


b & m
baked beans
290


b & m
brown bread
: 190


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only -oSear bUt 10 upmy findgeolbyt.His wife lead
toutusu wlmwImt" do b pbSbgWe Meflr
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Crteo e
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a S ry os A PmIa
The Mnp *dloy Gtae
7:p ge anaerk Hal S
FM
(S al) (Coler) Whe
Robert E. Sherwood's
"1 1coln" opened o
Breadway in late UIg,
critic Brooks Atkuon
noted bat na plywriht
bad "looked down with
complain in to the aloe;
ly blacknem of Lincoln's
** heart and seen ome ot
: the fateful thigs that
: lived there." Sherwood's
; historical chronicle, set
between 13M and 10,


foll Liacoln from
backwoods law practice
to Te Presidency.
a CBS ayrt""
'lie Catholi and the
School" s'amiu the
cotroversy over Feder.
al aid to Cathoic achoo.
Producer Arthur Morse's
TV crew visited parochial
schools a tt Louis and
Pitburgh In the latter,
"dalred time" exper-
mnts are under way.
1 aExp iud l The
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Uiverse
8: Dm Redt Shew
Lyrics SdLeg
1 geul -mmi
The Clampett strike oh
pin, but Jed doem'k
want any more oil or
mMay he wants to
keep t a secret Bob
Cumn-np aipwn in a
camo rolNL
"Goodbe to line E.
phaints ad BSuch." I
their eiort to entH y
the m-u winho as Sled
student e Kathy
Evans, police run up
against a blank wall -


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bat m My d Mr aies hme plited me doubts in our
Ald "hay m yt win dm tarts to arn &dUAf t
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birty party and in-
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WASHINGTON We bam
this aide who works for ai s a
we must say he's becmbs
qui a probm.
Jut the ot er day we sad.
"B-bby, take m photo
prars down to the pot office
andS mail them for me."
"Yes, ir," he said, "bt be-


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Afewadh bier we Rd,
"Bobby, p4 a l gt me a
cup of coffee a: dominL"
He took quarter, but
when he etn he wa s strg
hg with a large ai w
wa ah uot ber bdm h

"Sir, I lohw allpa wayeim
uM eel@ s a ii it, s l
I woald,iI y to la Ml 6
detri bari i pi a toaMe
dS y estesa," headed


him !
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better gA b t o he 6e
mi d thl wler a Coar.
or amail Bobby ked
v.ry bodd Swed seem too
amd of though occasioo-
ly we Imd a gift fn nhim
-a w desk. One te It was
51 shares of AT&T. Another
tha met was a gift cercae
km l1m's for r. Back.
wL. A trtd thee I ap
wrt fr te dt` Bt we
thrt MoUDC of M
After at, ab e ida d
Ils with Bobby fr yer.
OM wem h tum a haBpS

manmllelmonwe ai
v m mi pIa uim, ad
eI a a b week ap we hid
bITM M a by chinb wih a
tmnms thtapiaecowinin

Swe didSOw M lUdn
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thirk steaks...think Blue Ribbon!


PRICES GOOD THU THE WEEK-END
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED


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NO ARTIFICIAL
TEIhUtZERS
ALLY A ?iTOTNE
PEA F P CTIO.


BLUE RIBNN QUALITY TOP ROWeD, CUBE OR
TIRIMISE STEAKS..... ....9
BLUE RIBIN GUAUTVITINDER EYE


BONELESS ROASTS..


FLORIDA OR:GE0GIA
GRADE 'A' FRESH
FITIELEGS
or BREASTS
frni.rnS


FARMER CRAY SWET SMOKED
THICK SLICED BACON... !?L K98
MILD CHEDDAR
IONGHOR N CHEESI..........5%


ARM StGRUSAY
Country Style SAUSAGE.


FLASH FROZEN
GROUPER FILLETS.....


S... ** .LB4


,a ........ 49


SWIFTS 50-LB. BAG 50-LI. BAG
FERTILIZER 4-8.4 99' 6-6-61.19


LIMT-I Wi$5. S RMOR iE FOOD ORDER


i PFYNE-TASTE CUT LIMITT 3)
GREEN IBANS 10'


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GROUND BEEF ,
a #=AWmONTO1M STAM SYoU mCmmWIYI"htOc"IAS%
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SAVE 5%# EACH. FROZEN-Apple. P och Chy Coconut
MOR ON FRUIT PIES 3,11*


SAVE 104. FYHE-TASTE SALAD
DRsINxT 2G .


SAVE 5S FYNE-TASTE APPLE
SAUCE 2 CS 25*


SIX PAK(6m BOTTLES)
COCA-CO L
(PLUS DEPOSIT) LIMIT. 1
THIS COUPON AND $5.00 O
FOOD ORDER EXPIRES F


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18 Smmevaih aum Wednasday, rFebrry 5, lin

Sbda w ="ye t aM Soviet Makes
Datmt f PIfe Safety. Sati
day of fthaury. M. the Palathd: NTuclea .
rM u"ar' s"W sNuca. p Niclear Protes
Ullam tme mw- amaid redi
*tad bfr df Au LaUbor .,m a- MOSCOW (AP) The Sovi
tbaei er .eetzutn the feliowi g
Isaws: a Union has accused West Get.
P6 a Palatka ul tion Additei ,
al Ams rteu Nw c..?.uaZ- many of developing mili
MM= libra ; M
Allo wo fcormor T aser's rockets capable of carrying at-
Check wit Ud. s pop iut of nu
bai: .'clear weapons.
Defen d Drawuig sld Secifica-.
as., Sa. In a protest to the UnitA
ANl wak ilal he dee i A ordaaeeo
with te draig, ua wsicuam States, Britain, France ai
Cr>u toM AnMMM".a KZ1iWr e the Kr
hwm. Tdluub n 'll- |.l:411u<-*i M+k d,.I,
.. 0m c-d r g iI rtot ocketon
toI M iddm aIeri den men pert- Ilmel "l in"gross
aus. i n oa AGermany by the unconditional
es eiae suurnder after Worlid .War I
droe Cn t eanin an r ur a b e K Soviet note disputed the
Weds German goveuent:'s
dt, t cet tup5r ataji swamit in December that the
It ofe t-e a tcs w e i et ril to rockets were for weather pur-
the iddelar am is a. trio e etn ee
to the Architct, ; i MUen u t i'erat -
the d ders artement ismat.-r re
Eaci a t be actouiaed by a ITS SO OGICAL
Mrtiied or ti tee e paders ) pt a wfllr
abe toite Departme ntf rla;t tAdve yrt eour job wit in
aety., Sa f Florid. is the s the Casiied section. The per-
aimed ber the stated peJact AS A
usam S.am wi- g r& a et t atm son you wat may look there
i bidder wia le rvo *f r camel toolght! Ptoe 3724441.
khik ud r withdrew ba e the C' lhe iO .
p=itie e an petod ad Mre days OrIC Fr SALE
eft spawnofao th a I am7KB 0 ShLat
hi. ever to anem lrt o amd TO- Cales rF. Ball Jr
the bidder, be will. wa lea CtNfp r hew p-shaser
thi calendar da ysaftr it it" Yo are baey satied that As A n
ted, ester late wrts ean et with >lth day of Feb raty. I6 at It **e" ck
e o Depart te p d u e Safety I 3.nd W. tis t 1 .he f law, the U mK
aled ormt. The acc s the bW wil rt l at plestii tlon igto i.
all be at toe as a e pt e pa Wi der tor te h the folowte im h
drgiv e bad paet e-ete 1bld sa Me r tee 11 s M e r

e""ylgored a Biarsd Guara I ees J A

fliet -and slmria Doumeties r) Ahichaotors Disc heoer m r ina
a tms haoad BY MAX P. POPE, a
e is tiBe acorns lAB wperti 1o 5l well be hd MaatAuglser
el..br dla alter WSpt e NaCrwaoe n ar. 54 N. NlU tr.
smat e s aiscater toA the Dpart G~vile.a ida. If AS
smeel For Tha the bopdt 1s aTsee. ne .I e ..
alt "be lImaged as a plrt.o tiO febid.for e he e sbail tve ma
de's bane bidAesLce..T ifi witor.s ** *Helmio the or r e
flels tuewlc t asy ri aH s. e held r .f t he etiliet i l
ato aept aly rid a y i ol ba- eertiakaes for t6 ded

tean a Fati that l D r a dge- sterea t D Ce oertiea ti o n
onst wghall bheB begl testo w thi e ad )ers P. POPE., i dee
eaSga o e ra terid ed losn o th pNa C e rtim anagd the r ae
e a drt e r ipt of "N (alicalar l |2:5
sW TATbe OF uli to fa IDpart I- Mle* af IAhlk Property NW

H N. Pleal1k SS WnTde S lawI. I t. AtFl .
be Y. f n. Kti mawy r e t Ne OTICE la HEREBY GW tesd
Srih a1,i aonEheasADD AE O N e de
Sto ect poper all bids. r oll crt
to ap t d co.rohia- al ti Alachua.s for a de rd to a.
Ut W OrUtLa that in Aent wi Pl e the beWe Inteit he b snad men of lance the thdeert
Matl 1 of Flods il of the propcti-. and the mBe= :t
DWPARTISfNT OP PUBILC which i twS asiested are A. 103ww
SAt IT tertifiati tNo 4e7,er r Sea ht
STATE Of' FLWRIDA 1I% ianslptioa o Property NiJ of
H N. M INEMAX k-i 175 dw S l, S.t *
BY. H. N. MIIrr Drec-tor Name %h I assessedl A1 E
A e 2 i bIAecr u proper r belin 1T tUhe
o l, Fr--y l ..C(oust) of Alchua. MtateL rtoa. i-
aiT. ClF A PUTIBLC HEALN RIG 'le0u Ich certi-cat Or crttniatil
f. atoy Pla Boe al d !To beri deded 4eaccordingAY"ti
Public Hearing p ropeRty desl 2r Id w eft r iena st Unthllctoe


ak2e t INla i rI t Road WA
atS p* t.. i the tau torb S ot e out wTll be wIild t lkno he*
nletthi Aessea.. Caotrie,. l ie dait Meedla Jisd nth l of MArMh
in HH&Per !Ding IN. 234h day of J1. LU7
1. A request by I-H Lrow to r Al ARMlCIIIL
prtmn et to rel me iaeN a RE (Re Amily i lrk Cirpcuit ola tof
def.ial ) to -l Bsu in and f A (uny. Fl d
uait ll) te pwpty decribd a: IiP u l .2 13 I. .
10 feet m Neworn Ry oas d kneease.
as parcel I Ii Deed Book f3-431 J,
Srecorde4d n the bliW 1 4 of V IN THE C ARC\IT COR T Of
Alacia CoT Rty, Alasrida, ll batit EI ORTH JUI .IA CIRCUIT. .
sad b In scWtion 2. Toubiyi It '.) FORa tACtHLA COXNTYI
Forth. Ra the 19 ast LO t RDA LAW NO.
lei theoreoly tid es n th e Suth IOT CEl a p d pai aL
Ste fs t o the WeSt 1id 525 feet aWs LtAC ing any r tII u. a PNit
oif the stM fh t %il feet ofWth e st. eiv ae, Ue State d f eteIda
SA e. by d trt or u r k a dead '
SA request b the City Plnni e to he e
tDeanrme mt to rsone fIto RE (Retl.- o e asie Marshall at a
destial Esteal to R-lb I tA le Faa-l j TS. i dt1IA I
ti) eild1enial the property describ- nN E WOF MUINY RT DOMAIN
ad as DRAIGE OCLEJAG:
the West 334 of he Nee of th We[' THE NAo P ANDO. Y E W ALI1
I. T S 20 E, Al acha. Coun., T)OOITYO F ALk(MlJA Ctv.Onj
Florida. lach nty. Feid" a. tL e S A DAt
f pIhe South Nortfl ( thereof hd the ALa. WHOMN Il MAYoe rHC'
lest lh Aerelue i y Ml d e l north .- 4.1 t ad I acl pit and P 2 prlies ,ai
40 feet of a t he W ut 1210 N feet an e vi aler raAty ithet e Ntil. er
I ithe S NWst 6asw ee 2 To tin Catieley amortga i- water Bra,
rtoh 14ded tl oeed theE ia 04 f th o se certio pa r els of land
l a> JI. TN A AR t i P eiso. t etleu 'W all un
TRPi property i Sit0b Of Nortiwest 1..n seeinO tmiulfl by, tDutgb
IR enuw. by Aid Street air under jwan pense wia are dead
3he reblic l hr its Ity Pla n u s g oa-i al' atIe ist tonta to be dea
e partm eat to re tn e -io R (Be lls- oi a, lt
dentisa Eisetf, to R-1 'Nmae Fm-V Sne Ti 3a.erai dl iA At U
SRtessid Al he pivpet., dscricb.' I A.r( OL''T i st NO M
d at. DRAINJlUE EASEMENT r
The rlh 041 7,10 o te d Stofth e l Tha t *per; f;
1210,1N 1 l t and d 'the S wAuth i L O at Se; Ainbe of sW.t
feet of tle t orst IS 14 feel t if TI S. R 3 ogR n N 1
I0e Eat 3.33 t ei t to Wt i 1 d te P. o M 1.. Ibes 46 Ri.
111.O. i el f Age.3A. 1 T & fllen t A l1e 5 ft.U tleWte e W .l ,
S 1,lact b t dt o m A lln lorini. tefwo* S 4t30 ft.. done, w I 't.-
Tom properly t t sNorth o( f oru th- u l i Ma N f. ere r* It s
West l t h A rAven ue b f reet .d 4 un the nce nsoutn 4 degree ale
4 A request b) I 1. L rotera t.. 1 re I these Wet t, ift. Mu
se om I ar ml. isiite lansil Re.-, N 2 degree* Hit a ft, thece
dentil.hIw lo ,Z t ulip o -ity R ed- se le!5 ton i W ens tc..
dent LPros lkstin)h p prope d ly es r 74 drese W est t.
described a, o A
Tht Eas lo feet of tisWt e o"flttslb siae A.C.i-11R
bl jU t feet o tthem S"uth 17 flt o S1 etalher Branktb at c a,. L
of the NW I 4 olf Sect-iI 2 To wn- nestrl lhq Sell twtl e r BraBchh
shw Ie South. ci.e 19 East. As' > asSW oer an Ge O Adse ttA.a ,
et coded it Deied k lok 3h 210 al the' ai -iorg both lne at .ak., A
Ithe public reconti tf At jliu' CMI-| Ad I ft t o He t
thist propert)i I. t 1 ffa t thee I l Sta ofest t Ith a)t
,tIln sde of W t 'Bid'erit y a t-( M et and .,telloat mo.t I
W-.. fe t WW t of o tf e lelerctie fe of a letargi ditch sunebnut.)
wih the Nwberry Road si c d t ,,' "" beit
5. Areu iichard Pritch- r bl: as fwlows ,
Att Jr. I t tre um l tfRo m R -tei tupe thonU t i n. h n
raily eal det Ls ri Dpea- l ) th e l inW te ""t. f i tt i 43
BAt-1 PaBulse, AutmmtIve, etrict- la UreelsBattl' ewd'atoi plata
di the property described as Rer e d at le .**F












Th N oir Ret le ltof t S eu its y ISpul i al *ath M M
It of Lot II i. S * o f t r the .rkwa rter a
pa t on L. T o1 s ii Ih She tl 1slet sa id d Ail 43 s ti North a
0 Eastl. eatrdin t othe a po f 'dt AllWal e 3es t.
record In Pal Book "A". PalO* 1.5 t P PO R. d KTo ,n" n1 (
ubt ierci d. of Al r ti CLouty, Ifv C e I-h 1













Viands Bear!,efeel. o onthn.- '.n)
Tis Ao peri lie e W l *id b deres I' i" Wet 143 9 1,I
. lth At-- - .4144! fee- run theme ,Uath
Se.A Aest b d.. Dt to es 1' i" Wag Ae .e
oi fro.R- Venlalhlypo Family Be A15 halie stow 7, d1et 16 IS I
ttat.Profrsei.~iI' l ie A pi W dt? O -, lionor li f00t.

1d asI1 lx7 a res noo meor I ,,
Street .ad Northwest A aI flA-NAN NAWPA
thecn M, North making the Inseatl ,aDi tstle ifcSith
street. 1155 feeth n i MRWest A Road
0 fest.tname oAth 15l 5 1" t"lo ;4'!few Yea
nioEase aaloof A the No-rttttRihlt' Ja i s. 14Nt3wra
of We tiUe o *NorthwestAorth P. MauI"
wls g oISOto the Point Of el&' 3Bi1 llP rte. t. g14. 2.

owfubip3 9 smAsh 1 Rda38 Ai sL
as s I at reerdw as Jasgv*0:sm H. *


I A IWrE by *we C fh. to "f'tfttteWsr bn
k It U M N' VIMsmee hmr by &Mtt 6, a
oeSbw to As, bob-ft 60 PO P=set O haio Q so
'l ot, X S. M toM flh w rtoomrnsu sctbewb ASW5Ew
$ asreconined plat. wals; beS4 4Casty i 'kt.
*ook A AsWe 2?tu TW us*--e. r o- Cty. inkia.
10A reu s by J.C. 4S < 'yAd (ias h (1,,
tease hed It-ta taskFa'teBk
tie. Aer~t) Se U r' h*.e Mp.
MMss 3. as41 3thless rWeR West f b Tlaw- flu Swab
feelts olat I SY*S L lac k PA2s$. adMMa*St dAs i ,
rai: fEIe C sadLah fl -t Idea a 1A11 A&1 aIn
I5 Awes. U
'511 SIS


21nd BIG WEEK -- MONEY SAVING "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY


BEEF


SALE!


If 1You likemew with a rich onb fl .. Ond if you don't ind sving Mxir money either.... thisis the ole
f y J ha ety ge ag: nm-fos-god "Super-Right" Quelity Beef variety of your favorite
Sfrom g d Wester Stee beef - teed to give you emot in ejoym, nt or your money bock....
The beef- ke of vyor choice will be cutr nd whipped t no additial cost.


(140 to 165-lb. avg.)


"Super-Right" Western Beef



ROASTS


1Rib


Middle Cut. A
lb. 6C


SR Fit Cu 79c

C4"kd ""'It'ae 75c


'Rump

CMk


Boneless 8
lb. 45C
Square c 45c
lb. 45Sc


SBoneless

Sirloin lip lb.'87c
OH @g


D b.


"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE


BEEF RIB 11
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE


(25 to 30-lb. avg.)


'ine


(45 to 65-Ib. ovg.)



b 69


"SUPER-RIGHT" Whole Arm 180-100 Ib. ovg.

Beef Chuck .LB45
"SUPER-RIGHT" Western Whole (85-100 lb. avg.

Beef Round .LB 65'


"SUPER-RIGHT' FRESHLY
Ground Beef 3-b.


"SUPER-RIGHT" PURE PORK BAG


Sausage


"SUPER.RIGHT" SLICED CANADIA
pkg 1.29 Bacon....... 2 6-oz.pk


... lb. pkg 1 .00 Cod Fillets ..... b. pkg 39c


FIRM RIPE
ANJOU


LARGE SNO-BALL


CAULIFLOWER


EASTERN ROUND WHITE


PEARS



2 LBS 2



Head- 29'


POTATOES 25


89C


ANN PAGE PEACH, PINEAPPLE or APRICOT SPECIAL! ARMOUR STAR CORNED SPECIAL! CAMPBELL'S
reserves ...... 3-lb. jar79c Beef Hash ..... 15.o,. con 39c Veg. Soup 7 10i -oz. cons 99c
SPECIAL! ANN PAGE Preparedl-l..4:.oz. cans SPECIAL! ARMOUR STAR SPECIAL 3 DIETS DAILY BRAND
spaghetti ......... 3 for 49c Beef Stew. i.-b., .-oz. 49c Dog Food 8 26-oz. cans 1.00
1ICAL, ANN PAGE BLENDED SPECIAL! ARMOUR STAR GOLDEN RISE SWEETMILK or BUTTERMILK


a-- ---

N STYLE --
ko .7Qc Pt A f


Wia n on t d putrn f aw
Gold Medal Plain. or Self .n
B Flour 5 lb. bag 6 1ck
Jn 2,8-
|, it Jiti.ir 9 . (


C&C' MUSCATRE'LYSHERRYeLA'k< ;k
Wine ...... 5ths 93c
LIBBY'S


4-0 coa / 25c
-1 A^


yrup ..... -pint, 8-oz bot. 49c Treet ......... 12-oz. o49c Biscuits...... 6 8.oz cons49c MXomW Juice
.IAL, ANN PAGE TOiFATO SOCIAL! SANI fARP NAPKINS 3c Off Label' Chicken Noodle or Veg Beef MA L SE


oup ...... 3 o',.-oz cons 29c Modess.... boxes of 12


.00 HoinzSoup21'2.1 C-Ols 3lc InstantCoffee u, nr 1.49
A&P FRUJ


... ... ... .
...::.:: "':. ..........:'* "


S CIAL- i ,k ,L mo o iR SPECIAL! Jqe Perker Golden, i
:SPIIAL! Jan# Porker Lemon or Cna or

SBLACKBERRY SUGARED



PIES DONUTS

Your Chic.



C IE HE TOMATO171


BEECHNUT STRAINED

B&by Food

10 ." 99c
HEINZ CIDER

Pint Quartd
fit)


NINE LIVES TUNA

Caot Food

4 6-m. os 59c


DT'BIGENT


Reg. pkg.
33c


Gt.pkg.
79*


HEINZ SWEET

Mixed Pickles


,-oz. or 41c


naa~f
Supe Su

2 M.sisze OW49c


HEINZ TOMATO
Ketchup
14-oz. 20-oz.


15-oz. bti 28-n .bti.


Cocktail .
BLUE PLATE


S430 aons89c


qt jor 48C


Mayonnaise


No 2 can 28c

S2--z. cans29c

3-lb cc 59c


6'2-o2 cons


-s -ok Peaches..
Gra A GREEN GIANT
mad"- Niblets

GGS SNOWDRIFT
Do0. Shortening
DEL MONTE CHUNK
89 Tuna ..... 2


At ATLANIC a PACK TIA COWAWn W,
- a cli MR -


601 S.W. 2nd Ave.
Cl Moe. vru Wed., 7 p.m.
Cloe Thua. Fri., 8 p.m.
Cew Set., 7 p.m.


LQANSER
A-Jax
con 21-oz. con


S


*alm Ies for Evey Met OCEAN SPRAY CRANIRY SAIL LALIJYiY g IRtf SAIL. LAWDM Y
OCEAN SPRAY* 0 S
raySauce C ocktd Sd tma
tPinrtr y" sPt art .p g.uf A h G. CO
,.00,2k 2 53, wI 1 0


I


BETFY CROCKER
CAKE MIXES
APPLE w.h Ra m
19-Q: pg 43c
Dark CHOC FUDGE
181-oz pkg. 43c
LEMON VELVET
l-ox. pkr4Ic
POUND CAKE
17.-. pka. 45c
TOASTED COCONUT
,coc. COCONUT _I.
194W r
umm om
194L. fta41h


CAP'N JOHN'S FROZEN


DEL MONTE HAL.VES c, SLICED


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I Bridge

An Imperiend MWyer
who liste in during a xpert
po.t-morte will o hear tle
remark: "I knew I hd tldight
car'or the wrgm e as
the case may be. The com ft d
"right" cards and "wrg"
cards is an important me that
gets curry trmIe n t i the
textbooks.
A I Cmwe oami
when one player dicatesa
good beMiad hand and thre
seem to be slam peiilities in
of the two t. The ler
partner miost thi ren em his


ALAN TRUSCOTT

MNOTH (D)
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452
BoA sides were &lerabl.


11uTed


fluE NI -m I -m in.
to accotL N T.
Honor eards in the two key 2
suits must always be "right,"4
although the jack of trumps bhas 6
no great signifn ce te
combined hands are known to mon .-
have at least aine cards in the
agreed sui. On the other hd, even s
queens and acks in the de rffed,
its are pry ure to befollow t
"wrong." One king in a side clb tri
it -but not two-may pr only on


meful, while aces, of courne,


are pearls.


Other features which would
favor optimin are extra trump
length and a hortam in the p.
tential declared's second long
sit To bold thee or four small
cards in the secondary suit is
almost sure to be a liability.
These considerations played
a part in today's deal, which
was played at rubber bridge.
North's opening bid of one no
trump with oly 15 hig ard
points would not appeal to
mom players, bhut the useful
fiveard suit was sufficient
euse for sightly stretclhmg
the requirements.
South sed e tama
vention to discover that North
did not have a fnrcrd major
suit and followed with a forcing
jump to three pades. North's


raise to far spade showed
three-card support, but was
sightly discouraging: With a
mazimumn opening bid, a spade
fit, and slam prospects, North
would have made acUM-bid at
the level of four.
South showed his brea sut t at
the five-level, a clear slam invi-
tation, and North recoidared.
He could see that all his cards
were "right" with the emption
of the club jack. He would have
preferred another d ad
more and one m e heart, which
would have offered prospects of
aeart ruff, but e was quite
justiied in jumping to six
spades. If North had bid oly


the bea


dINg:

PaU 246
Pass 3 4
Pass 59
Pass Pass
led the queen of


ade spill. A club was
a-d whs East failed to
here wa b hope of a
ick become dummy had
e rmmiing entry. wn
rts aso failed to break


South wa down one.


A little more thought would
have shown South that t was
vital to Ie the frt cdub
trick, not the second. This pre-
serves the club ace an entry
to dummy,and the fifth e
can be established and casubed


provided te
than 4-1


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cubs are s worsem


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2ed FtST tUN HIT AT 8.50
WXLOSIVI AND DYNAMIC
ACTION, PILL TH SCM..
The Quik k e Dead


Regular Admission!


iBST PcIT OF r HE YIAR


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five spades, South would have
passed.
The slam conriseS wasi mdu
and South could ee various
chances of making It There
were 11 top trick, thanks to the
perfect fit which North had
been able to visualize and tiher
we various plays for a 12th.
An even heart split would make
the ruff unnecessary.
A third chance was to estab-
lish a club trick, and South ab.
ed for that possibility immedi-
ately by winning the diamond
lead m dummy and playing
the ace and another cdub. East
won and led a diam d, whih
South ruffed.
The spade ace was cashed
and a spade was led to the kt,
destroying South's hopes ofi an


WeduMdy, rmmuy 5, 964 Genville Sun


CLASSIFICATION INDEX


1

Co4itmunu~t

Lack'ZIW

NW Y(OU (AP-Te. OW-
mnat party's cu &A f dget-
tng a the ect4 Ialmt in
kahm e im e-W-ut
the window.
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pTole dedtor, d
faatAast. Atty. Gen. Philip
M b. Hiata o rl a bal
bxdaat
wridten hb bht a 191 law lbus


Baggerty,'replying to a party
query m t4 ; la daled:d
"lie u aive inate of
'year oraiauiatil ^ wmr

hawt you not nue elode,
your ZIP code a, ou letter."


You





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CLASSIFIED



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VACUUM CLEANERS
ane PuS OW ad
lowin ft AI OLy
KHUT ULU AND CnI
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TINY TOT
PLAY SCHOOL
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FARMs & LIVESTOCK
S, iflued
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A uRMSi wlIYesS
FIWMCIAL

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I1 FI MWAU HILP lWANT


BEAUTY DEMONSfRATORS
m tn e to a nw bw eON.
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lESS Thoma bltwe 7 AM.
a m 2 PJI., r e- 4 P.M.
iae 3P.MM NO Thlz

EXPERIENCED
STENOGRAPHERS
SpInr huase imu0 Nam
avla"blo wlr epeimlcd ewe.
maresmn with dewhad aMe
wen llt t ruing cUlanm
dtdruad by Wi., m


husanees asen Fassn
teme, VIA lauuM blimd
ftcdari fcdtkokW ok pmr
fenBUt .~.. Pmiiiiu"
uortalltmu. S day wak"
wet aneoau wklin gat
dkem ad baa Stat0" ro
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Sperry
ELECTRONIC TUBE
DIVISION
SPERRY RAND CORP.
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENT
WAm W DRESSESl FOR
OUuwKr? WANT 61
WKELY? GEU BOaH! Jut
am F aIlere sb t* tiud.
tie invtaset. osravilag ir
Nowkt seeded. Faua
YFrd.. Det. P413l. Cibew.
mat. 0. 4m.
LADIES
LAd9 W4%p.wed Bisaftll
ad wr.ory ner year .es
ccimc nneeeuary. ATe.
Cal Un. b.in. t 1461

2I Male Help WeMed

WANTIT aat galea= =I
rwtal rme sl aGalneele.
Age e mee 3. Nigh
mhl e *datoLI Mad ha
teodau. Abes an In.
loae wObg wtatr. Se
Ja u Jdhmm, *r Wlia
Cart., at Carmtt's arbak.
awthsm.
WANT Arnative meekaile.
Only w u.. ".d nea ap.
Pl. "Hem NMa1L Mr. Em.l
MAW lOoktnper. a n4i
Sawy uetkg to infaMea-
thus.. AP 1 L Usflnty
Ia mea h e
AnuM rnu. .werw
ELIable pBrget, Ipdineas.
is mt mbuk. Msmt o Sber w
rag ide MukaL M Ba
them Rd.
LOCAL h s CC "w
ros. man ler heeuM e-
poymun. t ace sea mt
amn. Wil tra Persist
jit Antsl*u tn l. eal
Aer ,aces. Apply l3I L
Main. to I P.M.
1l--N* MienF.a


xv. -u.se salary em
Cuhler-lem. attUractv
wate ba-.eenr, mf wa.
mo-nuer, saliry w..
ic.ft sw. San n V
osk. Waaeges. alary emo .
Up. mchaleks
&am tras... UK...m.
ton traimtee. u ia rad.
OUf. bailae. It evl grad.
TreM arh.. brman. s har.
Laeauo ma. EM.
honre nba.. uws a
i-orue InM I k
lot" mWORnaU. Isy CL.
CSUMUL C T. ACT.
I Ie-
14-SalHlp Wated
Umash p %J s 7ob
ad Ba em =ge illdtd
latmou aMileo AarUs
rpet Seflr. Mn have er.
sm w arinm tas % for
Wt Gain am se
17 Waek Wle Mai
na IN weM mm
seed e a N abart. Cal
11 SsL*h & b^boMlo


Ist Lesson Fm
Now/a bmnsu
UC1S COP _
som"u.s soggcouine
m w. uA. ALn. n asM
PETACUL iCE: AMisle
-a ad am ha'm
bIaws aso mo eSS a

l. &deI m I.

ain. pam Ago rm
S a =.aw
Avntalr f~

bib


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M9 BAL1 O WIP CAM.=
Sslis a I% a k w

MrlnemIU
AMuaWm ,aa i -3m
a Mah. a --to e.. hE

.mauunu ISa m
Im ARC Ma lwh
s lme ohe. adup.
Sus W M AI.
cedgi Ihr W v". e & .w
REGIIni1 D PNK hb6VL. Alm
* anl ud n anne iM
TirLm ndu mld d"s.

GERMAN S puppies,
black, 6 old, from
re. sk. ,p n .
Eallt dapwtion for
pbt' & watchdogs. Call
after 6 P.M. or before 8
A.M. Melros 475-5581.
14 Wasufvn* Ioleul
SWAN LAKE io & h bas -
bi lake al ase i -a
eoaL Call G0 eSaiL
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD
m. Brogter. imceihkg f
nAKn rpBorna aCXT-
AGL. S mM Nf. s Meed

bath. Ceatenuue. On I
anm. AWmaM. AWrWa t
oan rwsa. aral L
GR HML

Real Este For Sale
35 Hemi fw Smle


N.W. me naur -
atw s aemaa a. a a
sum &M mm ,
cks uwelI. RkA pee,
IS~ lavt IRALU'.
at ur I Ma.
&Z2. 4MOkTERBACX
3 IL I bhaL muatdwnpay-
m1a. amty maa I N
mu.
N.W. in TmRRAc
Remoode eD IR btt. tIb" ne
ams.. -au dm i Y aaL
Tp a rim m
can nsa an 5aT-D
NO DOWN PAYMmeT 3 3., I
bat. Ca"bal "eat, eWal air
mad. NNatwRt steMS. Call

HAZEL HEIGHTS


Se er 4ae an l -bed.
rtee. bat CCB bomes with
bIlt-in etetrsv to nod even.
Catral hct. city stilMes.
wis d to oevisei ad tale.
pahm. LarWge ,dps a fsti *
passed. Hauel Heightg Ii
h e ly uat Equippe with
a, ln. es lose i.t. opn.
la doto paW comBeav-
teona laeU. L ited on North.
Wed iMk Av.. Wen of in
St. D br yappoWuinai.
P-e. Fit 3 2M
CONSTRUCTION artiag a 4
1ea 27Th. ias e dulled b
- archutet with M cveiat
livin I .15. VA. DN dem
IWI el
THE JAMES CO.
Of Galnbaville be.
BiMm f KEiMurt Bseom
Pa. S11. ilS UNM10
ODMIORTABLE. 3Iedroem. 4 e-


old. 01 USMe dews aMd
low r m.t---paymsla t oM.10
covers eoverythi. Locatd at
XS3 NE elk Terrace. Call
3.7o for appolantmeat to ..
OWNER MOVING lovr l 73.
od 2 8L I batbh. os ow
to NW meEm. cml at. At
oadiEsalno. CarpEt PaAW.
NOft ell1 by FeM it. s .l
Wfi left* UeM dem. Call
n3 4 anlyu me.
THREE DR. Fl. min, Ibat.
ome. S monthly payments.
1313 NE Mlh t.
1Ss NE JAh Place. 4 Beldroo
3 bath. no l.. t. Take
Mer RMA mutga SIM.
Filr 4125111
erm Om --li in PUet
MOVING to Toas. Will sacrifl
aemse. Lan conr lot. el
beatoes to Schools. ihoppiag.
University. B m. 2a that.
ittvag "oIL gMaate dinlng.
Lrge ll" y roa. Lwte 4
el ats. separate snse.
GaraUl. Loely yard ld wall.
Sd patdo. Pm F iR Xl 3413 tr
PH WIDCR APPIAUED
PaE bmted tamoor 234
acre eot. h nFletcher HlWts.
I BDedros. 2 bath. C(CB haa
Terraao flor. mine ware
het n livio sew Can
s atM re ma t M3 sW
&A PIlan.
a MRSOoW. 1 % It ald
omr In lm down lomo
wa am bn ee a Til s e
will be reAdy t r FI. L ML
For kratant aWNWg ai
tte can
rHE JAMES CO.
p onoer elssee.
Pt. nS-E1. a 20-Til


Idiom. 6L *'10 l
*ser d e ie be tSl a few
a s I he are 3 fo fl bts. 4
Woas, We bv a W W
THE JAMES CO.
Of G5kWN IN.
ae of 111n11 1 ia1
-nt mab" at aNm
Ie ba m a Wid Was

flead IS.,W Si be.
Panboe. W ean f4
~iTbaa. aft S ge
THE JAMES CO.
01 GaMnaS bt.


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s oe ha' am so S.
Bkag a be e O
OM-. NyW as Tee.



cWan


FAMILY FUN
S i a m WEa a*
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IN a m3 3atm



$72 MONTH




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a lam* leeNeosb
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Printed Pattern


"Selling Florida Sn1906"
JUSrT HANKERIN
Pardw, i -Ikhe hr
us e wie n erO Va
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eon beIF. awa begi
and dry ld Mea Alns,.

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FOSSEY
11 W. UNI. Ave. Ph. mU.1
Member talk zua
I KDRnoon, a t2a. C. am
tral hbua Sid lt. ha,-I.

BY a



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sweet. e,, z Ur tmN.V W. we
toi. uni de peyui. lu-
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d w Jams a sae .
Cables Anm ew D f t
Jobb L 3 .111.911.-
BY OWNS-
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Sd eilin. R em brid cti
Place n buj-ln e bM
ootelvas. Coall hna ad
Air Cad. c. taue.. L ..
Obl. UrerM s ae,. Ile
Mlghbbged. emaw l e
tkhe. sided labeasip
et.. ae e h a1 L s er. I33A.
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alter L d.B day*r ad
In NIW 3M DRIVE A m
nr S. Nw-B n.rM. NW





romi t Al g i nsI wks.
fentra, h11 J;,eat &lSalad.
La, ud. M4 teem. Iesm.
toer YRN tanewt V4 A.
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on s ie. ll- for ishwaser





a, I w ts. a t a to -
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GAINES-I
VILLE'S











s m .w. __. It Ira __.* "
BEST BUY
Yourn owbrand noew bed-
ra 1m Bb 1hs. -m qui et
te met sdewa urcit. seeded
at"ele t s.. 1a l aring roo
with walnut paneled d. rator





wall. Ceerf di w area with
slidit c A. ?t yof

chd.i all t. using el. ht
$MI Per3. mot 1IclWg Eta
adWe w Ia nme. __u__

EDWARDS INC.
Net if Ave. 1, l eaSU

payfortI s le m. ONe So
the ma desNrnale I3bedreems,
2 lath begu. Termg to wt



GLADYS

mExtale raoNice
6t- I but. I hao. bNath o4
down,.. -i ,. 113A. MWe.
paft. Dnapes aid eretned
Ic l .id .tt 3 2-5.

hoar Ibathchome-r u?
mce a FA.esolk een. Prie
siurn. Nwse e.Smu led


tunt lIr o goingWe sta e ne-I
cdaed a!equltn43

Sorption1,,DR.P anm* l Utrn
a. 1 4 .
GLADYS SMITH

cafoline ee
itW WU.R OV. N aH M rfI
N Iftbelle. DIR. I bath, large
ls anped yaed. IemA. t ning
Eminj Xes It I excle



re.m 1am oRe oMiw r I.a R
.5.E t an tint s acs

citulargseo lt. This bm in
aemhoat Wa Sel.
wedr .. 2 bath. mae. in1-
lain be. npe sed atrella
amp am oa" mSwub.

us, as amV a
ATIM 1ff ath -LCT 111 1 1
uemleey mrases laS
Whine Mellit use. an


V1alcr dla d.aL. aL eml ne
a NW.B i*t3... FLifusm
3nAN 4 1imede en aON
Ger YSSMITHe e
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FOR SALE
SWIMMING POOL
Late bome, LMngf R., oinIg
B., 3-bedroom, 2-balhs. l-ced
cios t, 3vher large clkit
lorida room. Family room,
breaLfst nook. Kitchen LbLh
electric stoe. diswasher,
abes disposal, carport,L Ul-
fly room, Circulating beat.
Pool complelewl fenced. U iflet-
ing way below 'HA appraisal
of $19.W. Selling price $14,54.
Present mortgiae Sl0000. ('ar
be aee n lo7 NE, .rd. Blvd
WZY 3 bedroomts I-bath horn.me
bwllUt-i kitchen. DisposaL tr.
raise floo, lareI lot, pile-
ugt street and fine ricbohr.
hood a NE ara. Near pel.
$71 payments Includes late.
and home ownerIn usurance.
Phone owner at R i-2192.

YOUNG

AMERICA

HOMES
PRESENTS
NEW BRICK
MODELS
OPEN 10 am. 'Til Dark
FEATURES:
S remed purchel
( CuS kitchen cabinet
O erenrsed bath)omni
P u many other custom
leilurel
VA & FHA
TERMS
Walking distance to elemenltar
& Jr High b i.-ls, Shopplng
& Clorrhe,
YOUNG

AMERICA
HOMES
NW 34th & 7th Avenue
Phone 372-7070

TOP

LOCATION
New 3 bedroom. 2 bath home.
very near M e I a I I e School
Indor-outtdor li Inax area.
hUjt-la G. E. ove. pange
and hoed, central heating Co-.
vealet to shopping, eburces.
G. E Sferry 1S por mnth
includes taxe 1 oiurance. a
mone downm, v, We pa
AiU lemo w cs n eae
HUGH
EDWARDS INC.
lNE 1th A". &A 15M Sre
MusM

PARRISH

PRESENTS
NAR arE UNivtasrrvy
Lan I hsdresm. 2 bath ick
hmeM. Large Ilving mm wat
klie. Ms pagte dtaleg
IM loda rAm phi a
i*p. Lwar S M Walk besa!l

DMU LL UVmIG. L.aw
a haea. I haf baselow Ins
10140,ely Fair edn (selD.
W mac.M. Wt ba rikir o
Mg. ns uas. are fr *
bSt a" netw cl. IsMom
tely 4n enombet. LWe-
r bassill bbo aed Wi. cksa
111 paes41" W j dh les mt

LOU.Y AtM UVIA IKL
n- bn, S talhk ome
an IO aien G tmule. vfel
a ing hmanyOWL smi m ie
am Wty dk -mee ad
e. Caman at ad ira.m

0L= A AM W ebate tee
hr* 4 ibeatn tim. we.ik
Mw fak in J L. 5. rdial
ad MRa Se Wagd ingt
o ewesav i la woms.

po.CoIsbr f W ar-




PARRISH
MDA11011211 NC


9247
SOS 24

sn 1&140sk-

WHAT PN to S off f a
whirl of pleats to a part or
special famIly nutiaf. Straight.
fallni pleaus ao wa mn s -
all ver) iimpl. mew .boG.
cotton, lle.
Prited Patten *47: Chi.
drien's Ses L 4, I. SU*
takes 2 1 4 ) ardis 33-lh.
FIfTT CENTS i m ca. for
thia pattern-add s1 cents for
eafh pattern for frlttitaal mail-
igo ud special hadling. Send
to Ma lan Martin. .c GainIe.
ville Sm. Pattern Do.. 3=
Wuet lth St.. New York 11.
N. Y. Print plailb NAMAK. AD-
DRESS ilh ZONE, SIZE anod
STYLE MUIMBE.
YOLR FREE PATTERN IS
READY-choose It from 2 de-
nc ideas lanew. SPRING-SU-l.
MR Pattern Catalog. Just out
Drees., aonswenr. stI.
moarl Seed M Now.


IS eMes fmr sle




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M &ehdMrlm Wedesd*y, eMy6 5,194


Look around your home and find some cash
S8C, UeIuyM WI Hrr Rilht To Your Dr ms Pwr Jt AM* A lg Aeolun YwA r Home T-ht's No Loger NMded! Look ... Here's Proof:


Yes, Your Neighbors Are

Racing Extra Cash

Now! Why Not You???


F--p
tl. riedly ISd Iin i aitD
.w CU. CAB:X i mf a
tiS 'sedanw


njW=ia .abcs...
Psamk. ioy Il mr OK.
$L. CaR s aw Pa 4
a.ytnm.


SN f .c!hl


zMWo SKIBH s D01 e. lol eke. e.W ANTIQUE.m Sam C Grud w.
wi MO.W. maafUt a Ma"d ditva asO china, e at pimt, aad
.. a t.. aud s fl Ofti. (.. OvaWRr i2 fmrnitr. FR Wa
aUd. gL m at IM 11n. _ --

se p e.oew tsj Dd mm e 1 Poopcts fist day!l
UMWPW1^-'' |ple wme a roage! TrweeAndm spous!
s WA .. .M .a ,,M ,, , ,, I, ,, ,,


OFTWltK kLt:IPMEYV, ieee
duek, chain, fUlng cibimet.
typewrit',r d addinl mi
tnelw, and eM.16 ma
X.
Sold Unneeded equip-

Delighted with result!


Sus.Hm rs. 35 Hue fe Slel
UI N uS 'I an. .
teal bet,. p- muSip Je W
-qur UM, ws tf M 3 is r ** *s
a so Du ca r r. IA I
.n rS. Kirkpatrick

REDUCED Em" r" ..


*e va e. a. "--b--I.t,*-- fs.

r a-w cisma .m a s ~
awA new.mU S f ll- a%
sm iLs acALL ins TO rA im Imst Ie.
MJYI ad j as U I ,mOU d
SIEW UITtG- Aumeu I t reS" ames. We have Jim
bie aio u ry h oma b eu td beetle, s s ime lssim
a very iWe remaial ra. sso aba Wit .-&
speela features lis4 lOak. S Cw.. i.
floor, Wedba bth kie w m- Wisfor f a

AwA Ireafininwlekic.k. "BS m .AS M"usie i
rt amd paved A OWNLM. e i.... tbwa bae t
MR HAS UOf 70 WL& NOW! homet pI-" JIM**IF
YOU DO wRT HAVE TO *---eb k Lt-S.
QUkLiFY O" WLAI- NAME 00 Wit "Im

John Merrill AL"^r$SP2omw
Realtor *k "sian. o
MULoIIPLe UffoesI m n
9wU1B MIN Utbt


MARCWULA PAMt
W. H. BUCKIANAM

FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR


Two-Story
This aemony me m e u e I
lare bedreeam t a O a
(couldbi 4to bdrooe) aId 1i
baths wih a 3rd bal ta uged
0 Modern lites. dishwasher,
nad stone Included, Central on
heat (C. E. fuierasose) wittk a.
relleat humiundfer, kardweeod
florn udi flreptac (ftinmac
equpaetat lnula d). Attctive
lasaplg Ichdiw two l.
cis a h x Ia it. e al.
6 w.th .stfraedt Ier..


Startling
Coats.mpran o&M o" Is
acrs in Noatuetd Sectio.
You Must M this w appredate
dh. uparior aoctructn a. *
pert deig ad b terris atoe-
pce ain beautifulI sr
IgsO. Call r Mr appont-.
mat. iW .
WA A


20 Acres
Newtern Hoed Arn. a ppei-
matel 7 miles WVt of UVI.
versty. This lad I s glU
atd partlibe woded. N It.
e paved lughway. UVs per
acre.
Large Selections
iote a ti hea .lM ta i1M As
price -nose. LoUs, acmse of
aUll d

ARNOLD
Roaily CopIaW
kMivlp ItMMs ier e
111 V. Uuiverflty Av. 3Me,
Aaunodate: Fate sing
Jane Calawed Waiue Mason
Jim sppard r F. V. Hedg
Lharliea Naa Eb alkmn


J. W.
KIRKPATRICK
REALTOR
31 N. N nSmra 4Mus
Capt. A. V. b US N, R.


McKinney

Green

Dea ton
1SLII


Business:


Tan pmprty
tafi budM
w. 25.d.SL


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Let IMZWUO Can S.
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hw.ul hm. Fa anwmd
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117.
Lots Of Room
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huen MaIanaSA *atot.
tm mrMsea, 4g -o -
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9LOUDA OOM
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DUII CAPOT I
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UNIVERSITY
REALTY
11U N. lak S. Pt 34l
W. U. Ae.=,w

FORDYCE

FEATURES-
'
Comfort && Buty
Mar yavi Ulw laluft
leviy t dree edmeg. tfe
bath cenu base aM. It-
,aspo bbiN

90
samd 0ea hesiloy lan

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brtBui pn f i


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are Just ward t)H; Maa.I
FT gs MDItlMat CALL



bon The r
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mseiaisae n"
BeaEam nke it "m.


Oak Strip
ft~ S -* a0W ..
iu taoho t kd s Ins'
the 14 Ih i.. by a-cis he
plae. And t I. oc yFM
MEn a bE i~e.
houM Wai ladis1- In yourw
tawi~wl hbito. CAJi FOR.
nYCt a AUBOCIATE& INC.,


Wishing
a IbM beautfu apt.v1 Joar
eAdroins ** bath iem. AllU
You mwild iw Ian c. is your.
A tMe altactlvi kIit Set
Ub' by B iir h l ai, central
Mat"t awr a verr Atractive
FIrM. nG CALL FORB
DICE & ASOOAI&s. INC.
as.u-. ad mae Oar winh
OM true.

FORDYCE

ASSOCIATES,
INC.
M ultiple umano
Mr.. (#aoe Force. fByoter
Mi. Ir lX"er Broker
Mr. E w. MellSr. Anciate
Mr. Harveyr bate, Assodate
M West ULntirait An.
m 36


Fa QU WALH' PAfT-
MIN.PAPm nAIG. CAL
D. 4 XLY 31W-14 CARL
Ub (F WELL BOTH ISE.
MAI. RAYS d Ab Us


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VEY DnmULE INW 00CA-
TI7m. 3 n. bath. ak. i.
redecrated hi-
tro,. It id t hek butlil
laiea b&., to U o
lk. $17140 FDA. I donm.
111 pae rmah. See at I153 NW
kh A&e. Call1 rg6 iW to -
wea ifern. Bule Sres.
KIRBY SMITH
SCHOOL AREA
TM march I. -add ... $..ae
ty at ro ra thlmis f
old koe ba hs reodeled
aid is Satble for aergfed I1.
mably. H nuhl eo w lot
urb iwsia Pool. l M.12.m
Ca anytime La Jackem
AIMi. SM 1
ERNEST TEW REALTY
W rh. at a l
FOR sLE BY OWNS Ie A.l
gluuoud. S 3BE. 2 bth. i. tST.
l4 rm., buiH-k kide, lag area oak parca mer.
l car garase.OW Met. tA, A
atli LoW r dt may-t
Pean ras mn. PRM


SPECIAL OFFERn i
WS a eu iLn ae on $iM a0.
deaia Air aeif en. TV w
el SChoo0l N.E. Floes



kion. ledftor Ihmediat
aoiares. Prices. N .
Turns ab Call
at MM aor U ttoen s. ad
t aor va .
THIS WEEK ONLY
SPECIAL reduction while own-
ers are in town on $34,000
homeaon manificent 11/3
acre wooded creek-side lot
with separate furnis
guest house. Dogwoods,
pines, & oaks. Quality &
value throughout. Financ-
ing available.
s daily reo Sunday. S to
Scrept Fri. 10 to L. sI NW
31 Ave.
NW. Near Ljttlewood echo!.
1% yr. old bedroom, 6aths.
SLar lly -qped k tlcm
emarate dining room, family
mi wit. flIacI s. ard-
wood Seorn. Lare raised
froht and rear tetracte. 244
car garage. 23 aq. ft. Oa
21U *na coaer 10t. SM by
nar.FR Z. -71

NEW

4 BR's -
2 BATHS
Near Weatwod School
-ONE HALF ACRE IOT
*CRf. HEAT A A/C
*DREAM XKIryCH
HARDOO DW LOOU RS
*INTERCOM SYSTEM
NK'E FAMILY BOOM
'ONLY f mt. EXC. TERMS
UNIVERSITY
REALTY
U1 N. Nain St. Ph. 3243s61
W. M. Musnre. Bealr
38I Rel l ed Waded
INCOME pROPEiTY. Will pay
cash r yur equity or trade
lake lot and pay cauh differ.
sce. H. G. Boliger, Stare.
WANTED 160 acres. reasonably


403 .... Ppes t i
write H *U / GatoiDl.



fOR SALE BY OWNER mall-
ue prepety oa S. Main I.

42 FaPem & Amc*o

,*230

ACRES
Iaved in 10 Ace.APPL I
aces nead boueeu On NV
t red. 115 Aed Et Mie d
Ml Jsh sR e SeAtin m"
rft thus panaty. Luaw
meem ld m
Financing on
Good Terms

Norwood

Hope

FR 6-5301

GROUP
amn sev en wo
FEB. Ist
? ? INTERESTED??
Call W.nEd a hor flm


4 u2. m A.ew


240 ACRES
Ma ~Ao. isaniea~ii U
swe paattn *t emelmshi a
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30 r 8*0

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upsida utrn
u.a.. one m,

DAM DUD ACT. IC.
UAL ESTAE BIWAJsC3
OUTAGE WASO
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Iff AOMf. AnffoxtoutoU 9
Faced ad ae. sted. Wat-
hi.ll.. i... I ry


ar )a AM Mealre. I many
frams bus. evnauelU @s
tuo. Neu Hawamm OWW.
aWM. Tractor, t"e ales
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44 C~ fan amed
I BEDROOM hniUrld lto&t
prsa mor *e. ome aam I
Veber labedt in nd d L
Car Mncesi Carc J. W. UR.
Patrick AfMy. nS St 21
N. Nab teO.I
nu-uamum m n- cot.
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carbasa coltotoda riirbb@l
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45 hFMN Ame
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N.W. W AInd m m AK0ma
mdtlaey ln. h6. Fll Mi.
EAST SIDE
GARDEN
APARTMENTS
Tpr ..a .ne
Gainesville's Finest
lime I adS Iabma uWA.
a" 0 =f 4L "min
1 BEDROOM nr mWtt-L
Good lkaea. call fA n L
DUmiESuMA r aora. it.
i"a sty e It0s. .fa. bed
nom, bato amI tna law
ft 71 2sm.
Phete Des-.
12. No abulmi a pti. Dale
takes. Ca R Mm "a
ONE 3ednmus tile ath. Iboh
Iiv4 I ee. Neo chimde f
pets. m1 Vo. a3 NW 1 1.
FRW 6
3 ROOM furnished apt. for
adults. $60 per m-. Call
FR 6-6527.
1 BEDROOM l N.W. U -
I Mnfays.N Mtt ao rhh
Mr. nasnta. iN tr
flour ealn. hot & ctl waaer
turn *M 4w. No ILt Sahow
Sow d m Pace.la
O m ansed tatM
tawe"d. W Ma. CA be
Me a at M aNad a n
mf.t Adia oly.
SPACIOUS qwdlr. 2 beesK
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nourbd antalntAL no
mSa 7M N.E. L f. flue
1 LARGE beroam. *wqopd b.W
ae aid bat. Bately pi-
tate. 13we"y paa all O.d
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FURNHAD lpatna di
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Per MdtL I N.E. d Ate.
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FORDYCE RENrAS:
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bra-i- ret
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SAVE T-1-M.E WITH
BUTLER BROS.

ONE-STOP

Home Buying Service!


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VA. RA




$77


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TULA WMIHUtMLO*
SVrILBLE Hm


IT OWNER
Iam. "t i nek
hue. separate Sand, drms
carport beau tae. law
a i hruba. NW 4 t .
ar. Priced e lJw slwM
Gad st i la. CalO
f*e tday at:
*. -2214


E. C. "CURLY"
KUEHN, JR.
he. and take Propt?.
Farma and Acmae.
C. C. CULYrEnEm, Ar.
m21 N. MAIN ST.

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QUALITY
HOMES
Wesyilla



Carol Estates
NIMSlt Lta th Ave.


TERMS!
WALTER STUBIS,
Inc.
1321 NW I Ave.
Ph. 6-5394
Mike Kam, Asclate
"We Trade Houses"



Norwood
Hope
H". Inc.
We Trade Homes
or Property

nU aonibM an re m y
1021 NW 40 Dr.
I Wr. 1% BUe. I d.
2m Nom. (INe. IM, & Tiaa

a fellwing as me er
eflab A r W, sad i
reedy far oeupaa,... A.
pem uaely JsmaT IG 54
450-462 S.L 2d L
B. a01ath. a11 .
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45271-44617 U.L IPL.
45118440 I. 2nd I.L
I WB. 1-bath. I1 sas11'
a10s-1u1 a Be ..
106.-304-114 SI 1391i t.
s-na. -Ba. Don *
64m per m.
,

FOR RINT
124 L 7th St.
3 A. t1 B
1 TYear Lease

ALL OUR nIONB AXI
OrN FOR T 0 TO
MOT SEEING ART.
mI I YoY TOIU L
JUIT CALL.
n I.m Itgr
IS $400or n sMo


OWN YOUR
COOUATIVi
APARTMENT
PW 6WuNi
University Park
Apt,.
lan 11025
rt. L se, FPt.


SHADOW LAWN
ESTATES
Cugnobout a Mn w
bak cutom-boat. 3 ve
-a tWl ob b soa
F. D. OLIVER
Build
Wea a mW M w pet-
the al" pftn Mi a.
tim. be lpa Mt.


LEAP YEAR


GIRLS GET YOUR MAN
THEN CALL YOUR REALTOR
FOR THE HOME OF YOUR DREAM.


Ralph Fosser
Fordyce Associae.
Warner Wesernan
J. W. Kirkpatrick RealIr
McKinney -Green- Deator
John Merrill Agenc,
Tom Dobson Agenc,
Wilbur Bishop. Realtor


a M. Parnsh & Asciates
J. Pierce Smith, Realtor
Gladys Smith Realty
University Realty
Arnold Realty
Dan Byrd Agency
Arch Campbill, Realtor


Goinesville Multiple Listing Realtors


CUSTOM PLAN
* A rare opportunity for someone to purchase a
special custom model of our most popular
home plan.
* Designed for comfortaole living Jad graciou.
entertaining. Large living r,'m that opens
onto private screened porch Concreie patwi.
* Ultra-modern kitchen with bunt-in G. E. ovtn
& range, range houd, and garbage disposal.
Built-in breakfast bar. Separate dining area
* Master bedroom suite has A*dK-in clour, lux-
urious bath with glass enclosed tile shower.
* Situated on osautifully wooded lot in Ganes.-
ville's new prestige address,
Priced below market at $16,050. No money ,own
VA. You pay only $100 closing or $700 down
FHA includes closing.
372-1551

PINE FOREST
by HUGH EDWARDS, INC.
N.E. 16th1Ave. & 15th Street


M-y other equally fine
Mw has values ROW available


'1~ S


SERVICES


Home And Business
Ulm,8


THIS SPACE IS


RESERVED FOR


FULL HOUSE

AIR CONDITIONING


Important New Sign in '64

Homes by Kirkpatrick & Pierson

You'll find stickers with the above message on oil furnaces in
new '64 homes in Highlond Court Manor--nother in a long
list of significant improvements being mode continuously by
Kirkporick ond Pierson.
Whot it means, of course, is that oil new '64 homes hove fur-
noces which will accommodate a central oir-conditioning unit
for your added comfort in the summer. Ask about it today-it
con be installed at any time.
Over 20 Mdel, Pried From
$120 to $17250
VA and MA Appred
Fm Mem ekip in idImn,
RdmsmsRsied wim CIM


HIGHLAND COURT MANOR


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t"- KA*won" am amf%2flj3MAf V lUETRADE INS
a*. ow H.' raw gM R&. tw' ""o 9 A1116SEWso altt c,1962 CaTU 376AMEC Ane harles, Used Cori
""aA m*-'- Gs 8at." "$MITT THAN YOUN -"^"'
m. md m'. a mIn ti. ma B392sk. Ujrdlemillli INAR1 UVI l
WASTE) baido a a--l s-.a6i" aa na 39o.
SN.iV tarD -m.L S Lmu m N. t t. M m alms mio. 4ME. aUMmm m r.a W MI sowt V Convetible, radio, heater
caa ft AsNn a 4si .m. pr -s s s fthe.s ee -mona s aon.s.whiswil tires, like new. Lat new for $3250.
dnk. w. ...a e lls e. a lam e a d" *u amou I" tin Nor Hasewnr Sales worn lth efm rN, o userd a liiis
-ia a um- "ssic T sI.fsee Sma~,ad wft W ON.sm w w* ........................... $1695
a W-.f a.o-&m n t r l o- =a -V MU. ra JAMMED WITH GREAT SAVINGS! and '"
b m S f a r fl If N A* au ft II of / I * Me I n Seim I
sMu."n.s Air MI 44131 WYATT- -n.. a iIf you Don't lik these lw, lo pri ... 61FOD 62 FORD
MSa inaasa a nl r1e U. s Sar W mLate Wm ratriia AM V.
wPe" -"A'S", Trailna sales s-.sema. MAKE US AN OFFER! -'"am a N"iM -
_giN*SFl _s"Se_ s ff ____________m__ass; $1, $1795
USli Oft. a WhmlS f0 nnlI 11111_SM call 0 SI-m aSW
Pines111sm San TINb : Rd N.. RAusA leaer. 64 PLYM. 2dr. HT, Fury. PS, A/T. R & H. V-8. 6000 miles $295
oer us aat Pnss. i wa an eas m"m N .S 3.- 3 VAUANT,4-dr, V.200, A/IT, heater, beautiful bright red $18395 shiar ...
WeW. -a lo MW e i M i 4 JS 1 w s ly.',"s00% ips. ea
,e mam s aew .a as 4, eo 'fli.. a. r.. .... ,...1IK 4 CIse_ sur_ _* e waLl ON
amr a jatse. u. e. o s K, o 63 IMERIAL,4-dr, Crown, PS, P A/, A/T, A, R&H, Pwr Seat $5695 =s-.
no ,.,s;-W.Pasu s N'. 2 9 .2 m .nlrMAm e$ '', $795
crndrMs iSe n... 7Sh xs :. as;. gJ nfI n. pntya s63 AMERICAN, 4-drA/T, heater, 9,000 actual miles ... ...1$445 _9 ___
Gamoa. d.. m5 "Mas"'c se. a S It g"M*n 63i Se a bw" iSAA. 2-dr, 4-speed, radio. heater, like new ..........$13"95 0 CHEVY 60 FALCON
Ia te. m.ub. -se amer S... .& .~. wa N ar 8 s tanudd trans
MooMN tau et a Pie. P. amom iieS a. wILn aS t o ts een. pwe rSq. .s 62 COMET, 4-dr, A/T, radio, heater, real sharp ..........$1395 ro a traSi t m a heat* ater, k *ra a.
* vote kia. SiM. r ? ts Sief, Si l coats. cnraB -- basc eblr. oft u aB um. $795
em.- N.. s a n.l sc.. gas s s rn at er S Tn tMn l t 62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr, radio, heater, V-8, nice ............$1295 a t.
ta Own O i. real mn... meI m uou"a -snm
a jww .. h. s u .ss m.r Ow Us 79 TU eCK WAs7 on w, sS .w .. c.... 61 OLD, 4-dr, PS, PB, R & H, A/T, Sharp .............,$1795 60 RAMBLER
tma pi te Hn aoa nse s. m 7 ToUCKS WANTED mt, musle. v4 u. 60 FALCON Ca ra" ia t
u- Wn. a. ~. r ,sm.te a..mm W. '.m. 1. ,. .a.J 61 CHEVY, 4-drmpola, radio, heater, a real beauty ........$1595 a. P a ste. oe ndnidua
U m n a m U sk . itA m t Ms t b e s -S. i a a A. ______on W1111
l.and mm r "An tI a sAlmu mGt W on. v vma aJ Om a S w ant r a suk 60 CHRYSLER, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, A/T, block ..$1845 s$95o $ s
rAse 116 amm a aSUE-,GamG oM EA W in.am RdnO= A m.P$10
bsaswhI N a& S E M" ,M1 60 PONTIAC 4-dr. PS, PB.,R&H, one-owner, sharp........$1395
Ne St ... oA a" 1. nm M rb.tu Ur if Um So c T No.at 3M 59 MERCURY -
usS "3 .2.W w"".0 S. m*..i a mai. _aal- --M S WN a c .ru %Sa 60 OLDS, 2-dr, A/T, heater, real nice car ................$1195 "m e eS i..mn. Ci 59 RAMBLER
nI. as s eOat es bea .brow i; 5nds, 59 CHEVY, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, V-8, Impala ..$1195 w .$895 ,a ts nice.,o=
loo a cesuSEWINGMACHINE t..ntm arrM sVA lWAY"afS.t 59 IMPERIAL,4-dr HT, PS, PS, A/T, R & H, A/C, Nice ....$1795 59divBUICK $895.."AL
e. oef .SERVICE CO. 0 A5smuu.I r-r ..9 BuIcK $895
on *W.1 -. u -. ADt. A P .b. wN-a -ne. a. A-S.
nUM C.WuS oner, SAEr i m. cva. rSn omS,.A so. S .k.M sml.L $AVE $$ FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS $AVE [$$ ,Smie$. 0'IS, 59 CHEV
S..W S -at ", -'4 6 DIRECT FROM DETROIT 6 'os _-_'
mItb It Ui.l IA- A -44M111 w.
v laneeds.Str aS- a 7.r -.,-. -- 3 CHRY 2-dr. HT, Newport, A/T, PS, PB, A/C .... $3395 57 CADILAC $895
s wmr w* St. F. iee n IMP R IAL. Crown 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/T, A/C, 55795 3 H.. suR, ua mat,, rtaCs.
vuwns Is baflElrem = feeAhlM r116 a a n |63 VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr.A/T, R & H, PS, whit .....- $2M05 kas., -r aein, a.. 57 CHEV
-_ _-M- sI0a It h . .1u r new.a s S mas ea. a 63 VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr, A/T, R & H, PS, green ..... $1995 4 r ml Utin w 4* aion ,
i Mi .N be I, B. Pe.l 7an Id A Man. e T W a fter L A 61 VALIANT, V-200, 4-4, A/T, R & H, PS, white ....... $11995 $350 6a9,5r, t
A ott. caaouas"M' 111" ,MaS w s, M MD As a. m N l 63t PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wg, PS, R & H, A/T, rck ..... $295 $350 $695
wU mSWm W WoUI b s. SI *i, ate. aaa. coMA nY S A ai
a"u- 2-_:._ rir Irae- 0 CERTIFIED MILEAGE 0 NO DOWN PAYMENT
unsai oe wa" --s."03a. A a'.-" at"-set',A*% m.. SLTN 4dr..clas s5-Year, 50,000 Mile Warran y
A A**. Scn l. c m. 1 a isa moSS.Sr. E $ SAVE $$$ SAVE $$ I M58 FORD.. $34 Mo. 57 DODGE $23 Me.
PRO" h" er n u&cn pSaras S ya d a u s _'__S& "_r ---SM--- SoPI.YM. ..$32Mo. 57 Romble .$29 Mo.
Sg .- i .4 M S V57CHEV.$29Mo. 7FO.D..$Mo.
i. A' m P16 4175 0uPIlW W"BUa$3SISECOND CARS 57 BUICK $32 M 55 BUICK $26 MPo
C e .n- Av e. . w 7 b- M la s ra COS ^ a 3n r., .!h A t Wm a 55 C H EV ..$29 M o.
U 1 h.aNaIL I W I T e0 r51.34i So. iS 6 W I.o
ma a EA L Al. .a am eubm 1.u d % t. s sam Ieue. 1 4W s NT. wm N on = F 57 CHEVY, 4-dr Wagon, PS, PB, A/C, A/T, V-8, Nice ... .$685 hik MWadt..CHECK our sef
Man av Alalehr se rtanS e tm s 4g l t raO i i ne rn he MD ga 1 CervSiso.a D ae Heg e led i ae CHICK _u di
.a CA I CoaS .I" &s I).1ui0 g5.s n. yu3s es ta a n arifte .. statfi, s. 5 FORD, 4-dr, heater, runs good ......................$295 o fle moda. Lawkank w fiankdai. Many *f Iwe can
soclarm, ascT as C-Um s, kaegeaed. ta., m, ,u ent s At r ow pyem t.
rrW. br s "ne | A L M 57 FORD, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8, sharp...............$49iS..5 s RI"d w MOTOR C
n as t a rga urIi asa W te. AIl. 57 OLDS, 4-dr wagon, PS, PB, R & H, V-8, sharp ..........$395
-d-- saNS*4 h.- C ZTsent aCe L WE60 LARK, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, sharp yellow finish ......$695 132. Man St. FR 2-433
ASmum si s a ir as aA6 60 LARK, 4-dr Sedan, runs real good ....................$595
--esmu-An.- 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8 ..............$495
56 elniaM Obea rte"ies Balanc *U can n 6A AV1
SawIr iL h 57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8, sharp ........ $495 a e uw
C,,,ma o A .are. sat.. i a.Lo.tn i l9 S' 5 FORD, 2-drHT, PS, PB, R&H, A/T, V-8 ................$595
Cen 1 rWmm t m bu a aS s"t ".s m t..l 54 SCHEVY, 4-drareal good buy ot only ..................$295
Aft Famele s idS m. U he rsh. GalS
s s. P. K. YONGE 51 PLYMOUTH, 2-door, ae owner ....................$195
s" es- "bleMras t. NOW IN
IL c/ ar we at. 71 Dallas.......
M-.M .". SWING BAND SEE:GAINESVILLE
aste w me...N |= I Pete Compton, Wilbur Sligh, Frank Gray, "Mac" McCullough
t BWll,, SeA Mm r entertaining from
m..iNm...oo ar-O- L, 7,:30K.M..... Howes Powers Motor Co.
%.n" f CUT amer..sm. ..d a U *0
-- a-, .._ a a i . CITY AUTOMATIC
"n. - s Come and join
SNw ___TRANSMISSION
"T.N1Me" I''g I the f,-Inc.
ALDWIN PIANO CFREE PRIZES TOcWtARRIVs
S- MODEL No. 93NOTICE TO EW CAR BUYS ENTERPRISE'
,--as"... oigr Savings ,L21 9..,, ,
4 TV.ZmUa.-A.n r Used........ $495 The Public has been misquoted by many dealers of other
Wa Am, Gridley REE '64 CAR TAGS make can Meig the lowest priced American made car! THE SOUTH'S

-.- -- THOUGH "W" FOR YOUR BENEFIT LARGEST
R 2-5353 W% h elig, e
a6 MIeS For sal. a Mn.& Fsi. u9 w hll9nce palhe We are quoting the lowt priced American built car. AUTOMATIC
"a se"t bad The VARIETY Store 196 4. .,7. TRANSMISSION
-C-""NI--; 7 TAV RS5oreT1964 RAMBLER $1743 T EA ISS
mn.at r sr m ca. cFd 17 iI Mm mSNM of o 7 S.L. FIRST AVE. FR 6.5f48 2-Ik.
sun. PrAn & ulavics
I h. l.-ern SiN' "ON THi SQUAU" D.lenf Wle Wh e TtWie eTlde! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL Al Od c s
iMA ld beit m "I 906V' a mWini,
W & .S__-__VU rMa n- STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: of a aable r
-Z L---- "---- ;r __ BIG SAYINGS! '-' :"-"" z"-:- --
anu ceee0 aeol8y eagrsother0prt, ndaleneOvWL e
Sel "a .. r Wl m o so=mfeet Somy. wi bowMadedCi fe rI- A Wk kee mHU J
6 one -A-s c . t n Uft sU "riesI..." *i l aoneh ies iso e a V
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be. l l s. *s d ..1 an* iim a w nom itel O2 Am f |
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aIStrfi 4St P2-1411 "Y Friendly FORD Deal. Since 1924" 1132 S Main St. FR 2-8433 60 COMET SCIAL a'
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BUY YOUR AKLY MOT&KS R GME Rr. M. Vely a.
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tality a tdo peytg a& d. rikim if &thy do, Joei aid,
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famer bd hf Ciamil b because of
Athletic SNWear we ft 0w theUe,dr iacMeC
o conpiarisi t fiE the iB .ail ullereMm of

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MOMS JUDICIAL cMrr I
AND FOR ALACHUA 017lTt.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCE.
uR1MTnn AL ea ArN &
COIaMfL WORrMftflft. A
ewporatiua autbhesi to I eades
to Dato a isrila.
MORTGAGE WOmAIOMS
CA NO. lIeW
all
II. W. HAGU .ad wifs JAIM
B. OAGUL I a.
ND or e.
THE STATE OF AFLORIDA TO:
ATLANTIC BOX AND BAS-
ET COMPANY
Adira Unhaews
Ke40stno DoAs Vte &r a I.
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ardit P. Wiss a hois a s l
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Florida Vote


hI Congress
WASHINGTON (AP) -Florida
Sm. Spenan L. Hold ad
George A. fathers were onm
Mtorknswho defeated a tu bbw
meant by SE. Afrabau
BiMia, DConm., to giw fam.
is tax savigs a the cat d
mollee datione for the chi-
dre.
The vte edaywasa to4.
hle ao helped bet domn
* ami Sema&.r Witon L
Pr"ey, i-Vt., dvred to allow
snkiq iadet to dedct a
prtinm of tir coege espa
0 n their tax retm. THe vito
was 447.
UWe. S agall. for Tax ees
oew. .M AA
MIRAL RBD to elrW si hlow.
bw ale"bess has m adm .r
b"in IeN tax dW Is be bow
bama Iths owi as Stag
am&aofc0 ""tuo.
Is. to Isenics"S tow.lm
Suse to... awe a was am.e,
a-t an s hes
C/Ma ftN tM LeT SwSdusa
Ma busbie S Prtcesy 5o
5WI4SNh 2. s&Tw p I
Name to Sh asfagec aU in-
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1N9W YOUXi(AP)-lb ily
-m -'U tu
PoundO pond~, a r-
= that d oold make it 1:
10nm n h In bed in my
hoel or hoe,
SFire Commisla Edwardi
litmp. toe council that
S fire deaths i the city last
Wear reulted^ midtin in
bed. hi
Colmana hoeodore up. K
eram said the me-re
w N make: us the laughing
stock the: nationn" adding
'hat to enforciit "would re-
4uire break into rooms to
get evidence.'?
M mT acute cyme or Tus
GHTSM JUDEL CamUorr or TI
STATE OF FLORIDA I AND FOR
ALACUA COUNrY. U C Eam Y.
Asaoquse wcunoar
AMPOMAMS DICOUIIT
C- RPO pBm u
dobu" hi- o f MIN d Ybiiftt
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Plhra-r.
ftfam hat mao a Tha
2*maOF SONT
THE STATE O- OMRIDA
J6: J & J CMrits Oh a Tlha-
t Inw.. wsl *0ee b1itehsl
YOU AMsEMRY B avaQBD to
at jenr auowerw rw dmm.
i af. to .a s ws Mssa leitgn
tts oSRk Wa etctirt .n ato acer a
..w tasM4 se to alMwra set-
w a, whos alad addirm. ap-
% somesn, qir fse lbs is
bar of 3nkreari IUl
Tto Mt ttp cessto hsb
Tkfrftmbu a hs reals le
i sft hr fnebn 4 a seriMp
's tamt l Awk fcit al Pw m-
thre byig smd bsta b Altoba
Somre" tinrk a
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GOP Fights for Excise Tax Repeal ;he".--
WAP W the big. low a t eak a coege
al Demcrwtk hs ae 3 i- War a ace ami lni et rev podu cing section, cation coi was defeated 4 ton me.ncesids sik .... he a
ohr iff battle oa- a the be ct oL emae ar Re peal of te o viden cre t m "... a t t

W C-ut IB i 1 m ,r 10as_ ...M Me 01g- 0 Ua w II timate, $300il et! YOU dt of eMa& = "Mr
IMt to upoftV pf desIn ftkh em1 e asyearaformarital rults and you ned a ci tad1*a0cc e aut *
e a mEN a year. ry. or oeapI, lajbssia &. .sad Edward L a ,,s, Jr. -
W e st &W to m nY U A n.- ,v Av ,. Gayi YP,..
S- Ad tio wigpoorv The deIGt G the am IG with ye! You crtg .th Insam t am War
T ue aes support- e. e of th amad iget cash for t oeSB tBgerimt n rms ar m he tr
just a do ase tT day OE ors c d ft the *subject ofldi atd that *h repealer.put nedM item ftt i balcer salNo w s
the adhalio forces beat eades sid It be broh* to the a in thbe House, would sports qIapa or me ASSOCIATES DICOWT
ba-by *t Gres tawim the 6bpeBl I bI bed ibe l .In thefink ve n* yourOIftwNdbhak A n.al Sts.
dIme- umJ*iV**atox6UM C T of the ktIoL dial IM for a b*Jd a ld t*r. rrnoay
mr A d Ii Ds e or ao s tor pl Td writers 1t ) 2a4s A.
the out a dosick divwemi


and to gine a tal eak to pa.
- p-t b tCud &hO
college
tere samed to be a good
dchnce the m1blio tax-cut
bill would be paed by Tiu-
dayiht we ahead of the
tier apctd ualier.
SLa R"
Ky., plmed to offer the amend-
mot to repl the oiek tax
n the amlloe of Repubican-
leader Everett Mir, ,, l,
who b knpialiud.
Repbicam cnod theb i.

10 1HMI Ir my Hor c 1"
S Me atlaw U CM tliur
am eavn la. adoln.
IMdBP"Ai eltLamm Oll oUt
3 N6. saIM wwe ho . atuS
So i" at JIFS *'Sb* a icOr1th
; Fti ney. Id. at AMadis
Ms ~ adm i emeta aas.
cant car. a x. Man at
Mhe IsAts nia WS to


aM .to suda laoss ff
oe.iMs i. Se "IOa Kid.
Gme Is NW Plan. Gtanltse.
tdli&cI eItolbs saftMoWfasm
ader wts. AiN *WON wiil th
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AM m DaCOWT
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A marvelous, magic tric complete with and atructfons-one min
each Twins Package! Values to 50. Ths tricks were epedally selected by
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