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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 6, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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160 GAINESVILLE, ,FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1964


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CarCrash


ARMY DOESN'T DENY


FatalFor2 A


In Hawthorn Alert
N, YU TALO
A Broomkl mother and her son were killed ti mning wa,


fitr moutAbomd car damedi
awrndoe.
Mrs. Neva Wil, about I
ied in Alada CGeneral Hoa
p-ial about 7:5 am. It hob-
pital reported that sk died of
internal injuries.
Her m, Alvi Tyloe W-
m, a Broksville truck drive
er, who was drivg the car,
died instanly.
Aladm Coanty Sherf's Dep-
uty Jey Goad said the ace.
dent occurred about 5:15 a.
He said wt watd wr vo
by Wison was aimed and
topped at 5:1 .sm.
Deputy Gd said Wilson
aMgermty wet to sleep at the
wheel of the car. He aMd it
cr ed th northbound lane of


int a tr b siagie U.S 1ajig

see eme a page Is

traflic st Uim siomw &d
o t his the t. I
The ar, a 10 Dodge statibs
w M "a M ba Im."
Deputy Goad ISd Mrs. 14
on moved to eBrookve qy-
eral mobf age iea Chris
tianbug, VL e Ded w th
her M.
Jones Johnsm Funeral
Home o GtbeSle is i
charge funeral management.
e aer hal born tis mo-e.
ing said relatiNwi l be com-
in from oat of Ilate ad that
the time of seme is not
known. An anaom mmt will
be made later.


Home Repairmen


Convicted In Jax


Sy HAROLD RUNMEL
steff Wrid


JACKBONVILE Grmad
arceny convictions w hand-
ed do yesterday agast a
pair of home repairmen who've
operated t gout North Flo.
rkida.
A Criminal Court jury delib-
orated for e hour and min.-
utes before hing t verdict.
Senteds g was diered to
Feb. L
The aq uctio auld, 'put
both men In prisonfor up to
five years.
They are Sam Iver, and
Harol Hblsenrad, 44 Aficers
O Silver Construiom Company
with eadqr ra here in Jack-
msville. Their activities have
taken the thrghout thi part
of Florida.
Several foreclosure suits
based on mortgages obtained
by Sver's firm are on file in
Auchtu County.
They're being strenuously
fought
Other fore osure suits involv-
Ing mortga taken by many
home repa firs are being
fought in many area of Florida.
A fu-time investigator re-
cenly went to work in Voklsta
Coty to irobe loathe n repair
firms.
And here in Jacksonville,
County Solir Edward M.
Booth has st up a special d.
vision hi s dce to do nothing
but oivetigate home repair
It was Booth's dforts that led
tofb f seate* l Silver Sa ad
b mra hore y-t Mday.
tere was speculao that
the cue a t be a significant
brak- throh to the fight
aga the hm npaifras
that be l l millism of dol-


HIE'S


City Nai
yam NCAVER
3falu= Wi.r
ArchitecKt pr DvWid
SLGe ad 3I1, bee hired
SG W's OtyF Pbss
Dm0tS Nae Much 1, ac-
art 6to a r a Board
Chak.i.s AsM
Crab d to new podta
bi pit dth do aspi o ,.
mn r tte plms dpwS-
mgt, Ma *l$. He laod abt
D o tWo has bhues
im Mphon stdin for oeld
Ya, w welt with Ghebhat
a $Ofrfl nr.
weI he barely lrt-
..iheneab ishbabtii.
uupe's hMdse ad espm,
) siar. oaShris
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ars from the elderly, por and
illiterate of Florkida.
'%e facts of the case here are
typical of those available i'
hundreds of Io4armunproecuted
casesm ia the ate.
The victim Is Jon Henry
Johno.
Johnso is a 1 year.old wl.
dower. He's retired from a life-
time of ralmad work. Accord.
ing to Booth, he's smilit-
crate.
AccordttofMybbt
Silver -bahts fmt
by a advweritmo dof
home rep He as d it
and wam saM B by Mond
se firm agreed to intal four
windows i Johon's modest
frame hoe, place boa a
the porch at -. doa -em
loose tin ao a rood. It dab
going to pay ffn a C $ doctor's
bill, amori to ttioar.
1e work was don. Wpet
witie es tIated its va at
US.
The doer's bill never
pad.
Johnson aid the firm lver
quoted him a exact pri, but
saidit would t fair wt Nk a
He signed somrppet, butwas
told they were receiptsas"
he elderly Johnson Wd
there f0 paym ts and t be.
aM mU m sll li- i I


On


For


Alabama?


The Oetemo of today's Student Government elections at the University of Florida will be determined by the fe-.
male voet if this early morndg line at the poll is Indicative. Waiting to pull the levers for their campus favorites
are (from left) Ritn Travor, A emo Gartrel, Dianae Lae, Jane Rusell, Patsy Reynolds aad Susan Rabin.


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To


By J CU NORMIER
a 8 EdCealIt Writer
A calculated tred toward
ew friesi e ad sophomores
S more uppe r division and
aate stUadeots is beginning
to, take shape at the Univer-
sity; Florida.
First to feel the long
range effects of the emphasis
on the upper levels will be out-
-stae freami applty f ar
-lsia m et September.
rI JOB.
Is : ned deea s of coUeges
am schools by a. m orandm
that an unprecedented number
of ipcatins have been re-
ceiv for aD iaul ad all
-Polnigh aiodi are be-
I ig itire afvewi.
Johasmo lad ether steps
prewl by wl cOaw bo cut dnwa
oa btdmis m lubents from
idis. a -IIl ia a mo to
a4 he tfemi as e an from
Vte Pra t t ry M. Phil.
poltt d tighdted regulationn
on housing wi ae it more
difficult for bedhm to get
in. Shcept "ary annal"
eiraemt they will not be
pensid to iL off the
IMar dml r ,,h
ia-il d a t


Limit


Enrollment


Out-Of-State Freshmen


First To Be Cut


housing space avaioble on the
campus, Philpott saL
But he added,de cutback
on frnen doesn does not mean to
ta emoent wi be on
.at the pus leveL


The reduction of freshmen
will allow us to expand enroll.
meet at the Junior level through
traners mainly from junior
BPages. Our erollmen fr
tMs soM will probably in.-


Dr. Martin Presses


For Human Center


MIAMI -Dr. Samuel Martin,
provost o the J. Hllus Mer
Health Center, outlined a pro.
posl for a flmillion dollar
Human Development Center at

AAUP As

For Voice

In Planng


-m e a p- parn I, s or rauary mms
He t a telephone caftnlb at- pdoritiesfor mkam tne. a le db.
ei adclome. Dr. Philpott sai th- r Aue awas senjt m
Joaem daced the tIal. at mde for the purpose of am d dw
phone cwus tot wathe Sl b Mi" the dormitresam for a armr
lthadt hetfaewaete m si be om means ed
agaRhthispmpberyej pdlet euingm aresda* bd* anb
gated lad fw d tie rea D me iEt and alr us to eh. ri da masy
was a mortgage. p 4 al t per ivr n1 t M a
lb forgpvu as l US,. graiiats level ind seeerdm M lrs f the Uuirslty
I parc lnteresL awt hg rai plah d o Chw A the erime Ame-
Yeserday's cmEt -O Udid, hte sL ai d umsly n dears
based on tedbasby tat Jdhm- p frm.n the row .t lbtuellsl at
msonhad bmentricbhtosis e ard jIfr cegsc lr the lm ate to tdbmt .
ig the mortpe. ite, w a al n tan the iles dUs i y were alM

DAVID" m GODSCHAd l i Pk
.It. d pear. O-. ib1m a JmP
mes Pla Director rag p
Swm, o tudPi, -
Bt umabit.d w vIke pidMam S .-lmsat, s d
mcheas phi Ht i asr la to ewi-| As O ft d- b
,Se,"als hin s a sp al Aas, am. IO ,, h.S,
Irt Oe POW4 fle M MsSrmsl^ Sp"i
- pK Taiw thdisi in 'alOl d
h rtisr lird is kbrfo 'S?2
Ind iflt. M,_tm, An. I aB m
a&en a Botnam ae .t i oetM a iw she M
ubS thb s=hMe O^bylAb. rcimnhatba e
am edw id A waI Iunm IlOer on IW i aSi
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He w aa1- ng


the Uniusty of Florida here
today.
Listei to Dr. Martin and
his aids were two Legislative
Coan l coenittees and Secre-
tary f State Tom Adams, a
backer Martin's plan.
te ofanmutees were the
Appropriations and Auditing
Canmoe der the chamn-
| of Re p C. Smith of
Arcadia and the Ment HealBb
Committee ader Rep. Wood.
Loa of Tampa.
#a J. .*ry (Red) Cro
de Alada County, a member
d tbe ArWpriats and Au.
dg Call.., was also
MIrrtai m d a cmanitteN
I ts 6 U arsy of Frida
had bem sl W ibiliti
(See MaN a Pahge 2)


crease from 500 to 800 ne xt
September."
Last September enrollm ent
reached a peak of 14,767.
About half the University's
dormitory capacity of 6,50
is presently occupied by fresh-
maen.
Dormitory facilities accom
modate ,200 single women, 3,-
500 single men and 00 married
students. About 2,00 dormitory
occupants an fresh.
Rents average $12 per stw-
dent for one trimester in a dou-
ble room.
One dorm, Buchman Hai, is
reserved for graduate male stu-
dents only.
Last September there was
no dormitory clause as a re-
quirement for entering fresh-
men.
"We wound up with a bigger
freshman class than we could
handle," said Philpott.
He said another means of
keeping the freshman popula-
tion down and controlling size
of classes was by placing a
quota-on out-of-tate freshmen.
The quota for, next Septem-
ber is already filled, he add-
ed.
WHERE
TO FIND IT


Comics ..... . 18
Classified ....19-21
Etrtaifnmlt ... 17
hitofries .... 2
Opion Page .... 4
Sports .......11-14
Women's ....... 8


Skateboarding Here Gets

SSledding From Police
ftiLAT ftl pwiblity of bsiaflg a
S IR WAer *itrfia" or "skateboarding"
G fsi *e nr laprt prog an ider the city recrea-
W i4o'w"e1oilm& Uft detpa* t, buht took o
es P Wi P"ac W. D. Joier saidu
l aamy cidi s have aw cnplahd
About hrie peos o beaersom
Cambul di'ad aggald "*aboard-
I m bs heMIers i t is resawniplily to
td='W" Msty,* top eeOMb op0n IMr tra-.
W adi wtJalact"0a IL N-" ad Jobwer.
QwMeagger ag oesma w "We re not against th
dei mmM pes h children play nor d
t Si e ws to bterfere w th m,
oiman vbinsm I i we dI hbbe a sppo-1My
-am l b eer dim,," .he sa .
"ISm h have uaes itbe are to sectcnds oofe






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Ft. Benning

Units Ready

To Move
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (AP) -
Army Infantry units have been
placed on alert at Ft. Benning,
Ga., for possible use in Ala-
bama's latest integration crisis,
The Associated Press learned
today.
Elements of the 2nd Infantry
Division and the llth Air As-
sault Group were alerted
Wednesday for movement into
east Alabama within 30 min-
utes, sources at Columbus, Ga.,
said. be llth employs helicop-
ters almost exclusively.
Officially the Army neither
confirmed nor denied the alert.
The alert was the first devel.
opment of this nature under the
administration of Presiden t
Johnson who is faced with his
first showdown on racial issues.
Mayor James Rea of Nota-
sulga, a small east Alabama
town, closed all its schools to-
day because of a fire in the
water filter system which left
the town short of water.
At nearby Shorter, six Ne-
groes attended classes again at
another school integrated
Wednesday.
A boycott predicted for that
school apparently failed to ma-
terialize. About 75 white pupils
entered the school and only
eight came out with their books.
White enrollment is estimated
at 125.
Six Negro pupils tried to at-
tfead class s Noat ga Hig
School fdal rt or-
der WednAWay, but were turned
back by Rea who invoked a new
city fire prevention ordinance.
Rea said be suspects arson in
the filter plant fire Wednesday
(See ALABAMA oa Page 2)


Cuba Cuts

Off Water

To Gitmo


MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Havana
Radio said Cuba's water rv.
ice to the Guantanamo Bay
U.S. naval base was cut off to.
day and will remain off until
3 Cuban fishermen held In the
United States are freed.
The broadcast, monitored in
Miami, quoted a statement pre-
paed by Cuban Foreign Min
sister eaul Roa for delivery to
the U.S. government.
"Since noon today water serv.
ice to Guantanamo Bay has
been suspended and the sus.
pension will contiu until the
Cubas fishermen are released,"
the statement said.
"The Cuban government has
no obligation to supply water
to the naval base under any s.
ternational treaty, and has been
doing so only for the sake of
not increasing tension between
the two countries.
The X Cubans described as
Fiddel Castro milUiame were in
jail at Key Wet today, charged
with illegay fishing in Florda
waters.


Goldwater
Halts Column








Afer our yrs ta
tim" ai mw tase a
CNltel for Bim e d-
flit Ito" Wihtm nar
ant-I6mai
bi visw as a eo .t
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2 & aehe So. t1 t gdy, fkury 4. 19*4


572 Airtwd from CGypnu,


Most Women, Children
/ I


More Than

Half Decide


.To Stay
- NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) A
one-day, emergency airlift of
U.S. dependents from Cyprus
.ended Wedaday night after
carrying S American women
and children to numry B t,
Lebanon.
More than half e I1,M
American dependent on the
'Mediterranea island decided to


stay. The voluntary evaseionm
was arraud o S be ,ab.
ing of the U.S. Embassy and the
burning of two Ameria-wed
cars Tuesday WDi.
An American official said ott-
ers who want to leave CyrM
would have to do a so their
own. There were about 1,701
Americans a the Mand before
the airlift began.
The hmi Tuudmy b% a
capped what a US. bmy
statement called "a orgas ad
campaign i the Greek Cypet
press against the United
States."
The bombtingp Sedecord
Greek Cypriot opposiae to a
British-American proposal for
the North Atlae Trety Or-
ganization to put a peace oep-
ing force on Cypm.
Archbishop MakrIons the
Greek Cypriot pretidet, do,
nounced the terrorism as the
work of "heinous criminals."
While planes ferried the
Americans to Beirut, I miles
to the southeast, Brish troop
moved into the coastal town of
Paphos in an effort to end two
days of fighting between Greek
and Turkish Cyprots. At least
two Greeks and one Turk have
been killed, officials saild.
The facut waged a gub ble
tie through the atelneoon
Wednesday.


ISEEUy
O'S



ALACUUA GENERAL
Feb. 4
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Weyrauch,
1010 NW 3MNf., a girl; tmr.
& Mrs. Wallace Dudcwith
27A24 SE 13 PI.t.lfH; Mr. &
Mrs. Lawrence H. Allen, Ili
NW 32 Ave., a boy; Mr. &t
Mrs. Charlie B. Shdler, 1it
NE 3 Pl., a boy.
ADMrTEDH
Mrs. Emma J. Shuler, Guy
F. Kirby, Gaines C. Marika,
Mark L. Spaulding, Lawrencee3
Coward, Ruth White, Mrs. Bev-
erly A. Allen, Evelyn L We-
74l Mrs. Jennie K. Grimorm,
Paul B. Bergman, Susan L.
Brown, Mrs. Ethel L Cook,
Mrs. Beulah G. Covington, Mrs.
Linda C. Combs, Mrs. Wllh.-
mina M. Gibbs, all of Gaia
ville: Mrs Margaret MCCOUi-
ter, Branford; Mrs. Emma M .X
Bates, Alachua; Robart C. At.
gersinger, Lake City; Mrs. la-
ra B. Walker, Waldo; S
H. Dixon, Dunellon; Ralph W.I
Dudley, Newberry; Geor F -
ter Jr., Lake City; Kaifrile
I. Whitener, Wiliston.
DISCHARGED
Eugene F. Bevile, Charlie
Hurst, Mrs. Nancy Blantof, Re-
joice Brazil, Harol Hod gm,
Mrs. Frances Bekber, Mn.
Frances Parker ad daughter,
Mike J. Haitis, Mn. Sylvia
L Bertie and Am, JospI
Miller, Mrs. Ard V. Barns
and son, Lawrme Barrw, Ot.
to Berico, Mrs. Ann I. Har y,
Earl Russell, Mr OpIl M.
lemons, COarlms Dem, Mns
Essie McCuQfugh, Lawren
Coward, Charles Btowe, Galaes
C. Martin, Mark SpMulftb
Guy F. Kirby, Hubert Arwr
singer.
ALACHUA GENERAL
Fekmry I
Mr. and Mrs. Marvi G t
RL 1, Bl 331, a 'Ir; Mr.
Mrs. Claude BL G 1
SI odi Ave., a *i Mr. md
Mn. Samuel Rkirdo, Roea
4, BozX. a i Mr. and
Mn. Janes K. .Am k ,
It, MeMe. a. ; a T. ML
Mrs. Melvia J. t.lh U
NW n. Ave. a ..
aLe m G.
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Weather Roilndup


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BC D- Partly edy and a
Mbeelir t rwh a Frid*t
webL Low Wst id 1 to b *
h hi Frlday ar M. wwhu
west and west winds 15 to 31


ales an hour dahiishw a lit-


te tonigMW h om wael t
northwest i to a s Imr
Friday. Sal crdt m -
displayed Cedir Kys ad IL
Augustine- othward. H Tla-
partu duing lt S T houa
7 at 4 p.m.; low, i at 7 aL.
Ra naU, 1.44 atchs.
as Path-. w ae .ala.m al
ear Uha. a. liaw MOd N h1 a.
Huf as merIa u" a3 a beG
r" M t -e y -f -, S U ar.
ew. masims as meai"t iol -

3r G-Pr emr a i
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K-Parly eb aft d a te Mei-
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MW I ANd the hk Frigfay gread
IL Silstast sod t wed w A It
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ALMANAC
m toda ..- 5:11 p.m.
Elsri tomorrow a..1:M a.
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It" se .- .......-.^ vs. n
PMOMIENr rTAM
SWN. is t otheast T: P.m.
Att.below.. the USD.
Voe". USw i n ... 1:0 P.M.
JUpe. tow la Vet -9 1:M p.m.


nighl which left the commu.
nity 1,3 residents with only
Sa r supply of water.
State authorities began an im-
m t Investigation.
SUN said maerimcy water
the SUN 3 --'--
theuLd stretch the water suppl-
now m u wee&who thef lmr
lt expected Im be repaired.
Minnie B. Wlflan C. Hee ald these ewpancy oas-
McLeod, Murray L II, KAy .m rInude doing o the
Wilams, Mn. Tavey H. BLar. ir ,.
ris, Mrs. Rke X. U land I fire broke out shortly aft.
daughter, Mrs. Virginia W. Cur Jutic Departent asked
bley and daughter, LlmL alrfaljudgeat MAmPMY
Fort, Mrs. Doroihy to ftllteand others from
and son, Mrs. Alavan Hore, interference in the
Aliton L. Hardee, Hokma Wil- o desegregation.
lams, David Strq Mrs. Mar.- eartn: was scheduled for
gret S. Li ,le, Bit C. Wil. F, y in Opelim a govern-
sne, David L. Sw, Mrs. m it & gi 's
Emma H. Was, Mrs. Mary V [ prvionon e
A. Valenti s, boa G. Rowell, to eep the Negro pupils out of
Steven H. Dixon, Mrs. Idea Hm H s.
Griff"n I Washin ton a Justice De-
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP P poknan said the
7he Gainesvlle -poll two mun ent entered the cue at
pero involve iocid thi ori ginalT ae Hlgh
the city yesterday: hietNg i st ut year.
Robert A. Butler, Newberry, l Nego pt u l s wtts or-
and Lindey Munder,1 42 S < msetmd to the Nts.
llth Ave., about 11: a. at !I and Shlotr high oo
the iUerSaclin o NW Jth Ave- i l. Judg Fan M.
oue a t N W S :reel Jr. after the State
General L Leater Jr., WakE,. S l Board doed T*" ie
about 2:3 p.m. on S. Mai a an ce h l
.a- Farr T tg


Alfred H. Hudsom, 11 NE
7th Way, and Melvin C. Stevs,
Route 2, about 4:15i p. at the
ternectim of Waldo Road and
NE th Avenue.
Hotace Kay Wood. Tumb'
C nk, and Elliot Bman 7
NE tk Terrace, about S paL. in
the M bock of NW tIStrllt.
Cayton J. Miner, IM NW
ist Ave., and Francis P. Kelly,
University( ort ala
pj. at theltection o W.
Unirsity Avnm and Mfh
ante
laos B. Garner, Ocua, adi
Bety B. Hms, 17 NW N t0
Ave., about S p. at the kier-
aemti o NW th Str t and
Sth Aveaue.
Keth G. Laos, 1 NW 7th
St., about 7:5pJL. I tae Wl-
Die pati g lt N. Ma
Bmne w. J.,m, 3s NW
Id Ave., about 7 pJ..L teb
*mieds 1NW lth Blard1

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Alabama
I From Page 1


DRUGS BILL
PROPOSED
FANIW, ly. (AP) -
Re. N. L Taye R-, 1.Bt
vdine, iWedu a b hi Ike
state. li. We ebday
wbd he Muy w presto
i its sdrety, it read: "d
eweal praeti.me w wre
preserii fosr bugs shl.
wrae na -pedri dcr-
lang d a i paN mmels
wkh nil dug shar derdy
mark an bel, in the Eag-
it bMe, all drugs ts.
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Old Hero Dies
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -


I big hurdle Wednesday out of the bill a section of public
6"45 defeat of a Repub- utility regulation.
fort to repeal the 1 per Until that snag developed,
ta exie tax on four mma f the bill had been
s confid t they could bring the
tax mearn to a final vote by


On two dose votes, the Sen-
ate decided to retain in the bill
a Home provision barring fed-
eral regulatory agencies from
requiring utilities to pass along
immediately to their customers
ta savings achieved under the
M1 investment credit provi-
a.
This credit permits compa-
nies to subtract from their tax-
a up to 7 per cent of the out-
lays for new machinery and
eqipment.
Ne Senate defeated 4-42 the


amendment to eliminate the
House language applying to
regulation of natural gas pipe-
lines, railroads, trucks, ship-
ping lines and bus operators.
These are eligible for the full 7
per cent credit
It turned back 4843 an at-
tempt to strike out a similar,
provision dealing with electric,
gas, water, telephone and tele.
graph companies. These get
only a 3 per cent credit.



of 1964


Tax Bill Moves


To Final Passage
WASIUNGTON (AP) Thel 'The GOP proposal would have
adWm istratgn's $11.i bilion'wiped out World War II levies
tax cut bill moved today to then furs, cosmetics, jewelry,
brink of final passage in the watches and lugage including
senate. handbags, and would have cost
Democratic leaders said if the Treasury about $450 million
the bill wasn't passed by to- a year.
iht, it almost certainly would! To line up votes against it,
be approved Friday. It has al- Democratic leaders pledged a
ready cleared the House. review of all federal excises lat-
At least 10 to 12 amendments er this season, starting in the'
-one dealing with such con- Howe Ways and Means Com-
troversial issues as reductions mitlte.
in the depletion allowances for After the vote on the retail
oil and gas-remained to be exce takes, the Senate bogged
acted on before a final vote. down in six hours of heated de-
The administration cleared'bate over an attempt to knock


The Philippines began 15 days its final
of national mourning today for with aI
GaL Ebib AgulMaido, hero of He efa
the ilad' adepodee strug- cet re
gle at the t od the ctury. at


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Martin


From Page 1
of a Center or Growth and He said theultimate sh
Deveniopment and its relation the buildWi to houe the com.
to Ue approved Chud Psychis- imsdipli"ay cents
tri Inpe Unit approaches aa d $ to W$
The Florida Lqilature miui
appWrpriated 6,M for a Under recent public laws
Chid Pychlatric lapatient d by CWoo the feder-
Uit at the J. Hii Miller movement puts up (3 for
Health C ter. It was to W mvry $ Ilocal mmey ppro
in operation by July, M. pated for metal retardatio
Slice then, Dr. Martin told facilities. For education facli-
the committees, Federal public tin the ratio is 2 for 1 and
laws have made it possible for for research facilities, 1 for 1.
a much larger facility embrac- About $1.5 million, including
ing a number of related erv- the $500,000 already approved,
ices, by making federal money will be needed from state sourc-
available on a matching bas.e. s Dr. Martin said.


He wants to delay planning
and design of the approved
Child Psychiatric Inpatient
Unit in order to Incorporate
portion of the ultimate Human
Development Center plan.
,Tb delay will cost the
state noting and might bring
In apprecble funds to etab.
lis one of ten regional centers
in human growth and develop-
ment," be said.
Dr. Martin said in order to
take advantage of grants from
the U.S. Public Health Service
which would allow the child
pychntric unit to be integrat-
ed into a Human Development
Cter, the proposed physical
plant must be outlined by
March 1.
In addition to the National
Institute of Health and Public
Health Service funds which


Sen. Cross said final commit-
tee action on Dr. Martin's pro.
poal could follow tomorrow
morning when the two commit-
tees are again scheduled to
discuss it.

Florida Senators

Help Defeat Bills
WASHINGTON (AP)-Florida
Sens. Holland and Smathers
helped defeat a proposal
Wednesday to repeal present


federal excie taxes on jewelry,
handbags, cosmetics and furs.
The measure lost, 4".
They also helped beat down a
tax bill amendment by Sen.
n*..i U nmnles .1R ttl if-


will be available, said Dr.rU I n"l, -- .,-.-
Martin, a private foundation crease the proposed new stand
interested in mental retardation ardminimum deductions to give
studied hs b ee approached tax relief to low income fami-
for a Frnt lies. The vote was 71-23.


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South Claims Stetmrolling


In House
By i g NlErim
WASNGTOI (AP) ouc
e n raied the cry o "eam
roe" oda windt a pr -
tisan op t hat as far
aed l attempts weaken
the cil rights bill the HMe.
The coalition of Repia ns
and Democrats pt togeer by
the oe leaders of each par-
ty ed its bk t viery
WeM eaday nigt wn It ap
proed with only mi ages
the key public omes ati
section d the 1Opart bill
The proviso, which, along
with the rest of the bil fac a
tough time in the Seae, would
p t dirimination against
Negre by eating, lodging or
se ataorinmat establishments.
A 153S vote against an
mea ent by Rep. George
Mader, -Mich.. that would
haw drastically limited the ef-
feet d the provision, climaed
a ng day of frustration for
Soubn opponents and touched
off the first real display of bit-
ter sectional feeling since de
bate started Friday.
Rep. Paul C. Jones, D-Mo.,
shooting, "'be old steammroller
is roini accused the leader.

Scholarship

Ass'n Meets


Civil Rfih Baffle
ship of 'Ai off attempts m use d oar hte tilef N
alte the bl by ping up Jere. W'. take pa. We
united fri a st ay and a ovur fel mel."
ain week "ake e sick." i, i eom.re
And Repa Edard J P offered to toe poulitc occmnu
lNr., aod Geaoge oe ae, .ect.m U od th by
-a., awte d ippn D-l Sout ver Oy thne ee
ament tspathed by o adapter dit pers ptedll "i-
roe fr thi Sou tbao Ner t, oppodao anby ep. tonm-
moo be ha beuebn to el CelCer, LY., aid Walhm
an week "M ake me -ik" NBOW, mom
Aaem grabbed a mconadmmd of coitio.
Imimrpaoe daid e hope Oe, by R E dwin E Wlflk
wPAt: wod ipport a M" Da nmod a prmmia da
meot to pay the coste of Vmw du dot r 0 persm A "in-'
Negrm fra the Sot to Neete, d or be" anyn to i.
Jersey, and Patten aured ii terfer wh e rights grated
e wolld. ib the mrvsinn. Oonents


"We're glad to have your as1 charged the oguage m pre-
sets," he told Anrews "We vent nmspap from critic-


134 WOOFS GO
TO THE DOGS
AuANA, Ga. (Ai) lU
ma -pd a 0-
eigs bSe. a fel &

- tby a Plm rai k d
rm I tto l .
e ipmt pmly is a
year b Jd, a e or b k
omse a r af p T.
DO elf fr ItN 0 ale,
tm "Al ib faver s
'weL." The lb s oh lm0.


Ig bLe plbti
law.


amnIdtm


Iw other two, by Rep.
Charl E. Goodel, R-N.Y., ad
Wilis, tighted the laP of
the constittional underp g
of the setii.


ThWd., FOM Y 6, M4 Gelese so 3

TV Cable Work To Begin Soon


oJ soCMVUm isOMgi tnMlWta *sl sprwia m sa 6bymem e I-f site fr the tower a
SWrier tions by oeownera to the tis i Usie the dly, moving a south o Lake Road
Crws ae upecMd to begin cable system wil not be mso. sorth hrom t Glw a inre tio with State Road .20
raiog television cablesited to Ifth Avel a s t toward Milliken said the system can
" ea llybd pole a theI He cplad thIt able i- thetower ite. be in workhig nrdr within


Golw ara nediately, ac-
eordb(* tt, priddl t 'o Un
imity t Cy abe TV Co.
Prksid at James M1 dn
didclod coirocti plas aft
er the AldMu Coumty Cam-
misio meetg th wee
A moving repest for a tow-
er tle near Newands Lake is
pending aonmion acton.
Miken told The Sun the Fed-
ral Aviation Ageny began Pm
vastiat the tower const
tion request on Jan. 17 and
wl prepare an aeroautical
study.
Untl the FAA reot is made
and fial federal approval


Ohio Race CrisisCalmed


* days after the FAA has ap
proved the project.
The firm has already ar-
ranged to pay the city rent for
u.j d #L wmrt -I


CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) ed from the predoalantly Ne.- u utii poW.
Clevand's school integration gro Hazedell School. A monthly subscription rate
crisis, which was marked by The Haeldel plupis in the has not been firmly established,
violence at one school a week future will be coidered as but officials of the company
ago, is over a major hurdle. pupils of the reevi schools it will be nominal and
The United Freedom Move- and will no longer be egregat-claim the system will provide
meant, a confederation of civil ed, the board said. greatly improved television re-
rights groups, has accepted the The UFM nmounced after a ception and will increase the
Cleveland School Board's latest rally Wedneday ght at it is numbe of channels that can
proposaL T'at proposal calls for call ad to picketing andbe received here
immediate integration at three monstraos Plam ed boy- he mpny pd i o
predominantly white schools cot of schools and downtown e com s o
whose vacant classrooms we stores also are canceled, thefices this week at 52 North
being used by classes transport UFM said. Main, Milliken said.


*' 4


Tonight
The Gainesville Scholarship
and Loan Association meets to.
nightt at :3 in the teaching
auditorium at Gainesville High
School to lay plans for the com-
ing drive to rai money for

Mrs. C. H. Glliland, pres-
dent of the goup, said an in-
tensive drive will get under.
way in the latter part of this
math lasting through April
Since its formation in i1,
the aociatio has provided foi
nancial assistance to 3 stu-
dents in universities ad jun,
ior colleges. Thereare press.
i. ailtnd a ingcollegere-
ceiving assistance from the as-
sociation.
Alachua County students who
need financial assistance in or-
der to attend college are eligi-
ble,.
Luncheun meetings ot the
g* group have been scheduled for
February 21t and March 2 at
the Park Lane Cafleteria, Mrs.
Gilland bounced.


32-HourWeek
Is l Years,


I Jumps Away
MIAMI (AP) A nationally
known economist says the 22.
hour week is only 10 years off
- d "four jump" in the work-
Sing man's future.
And before the cutury d,
the work week may be cut dmwn
o 0 hours, said Dr. Ralph Ginx-
%erg, Columbia University co.-
-oS professor and chairman
of the National Manpower Ad-
visory Committee.
He said the shortened week Is
Mre my to maintain the vital
alane between and ma-
thiond
"We have aays kept that
balance by red g our hours


d or," he aid.
is remarks were contained in
a speech eaited 'be Mapow-
r Rev tio" before CoAm.
a Univewri d BMarDa Co
ege alumni organizations
ednesday nigh
Gihbeg aid the 24our
eek will came "not by a rad
calm adjust bu wth a creep
ag rebdint"
He Ie t an hourly decline
a "foar jme'-or stas -
NM the at decade: from
warn tof to ton


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A Technocratic Anthill?


The current issue of Life Maga-
zine take an editorial look at what's
haenng in Amerin colleges and
univrnities-d don't like what


With te npidupure ofi md
and technology, with ts o any-
.g industrial boom sad the insistent
demand for trained specialists, we
became worried (and rightly so)
about the lag in product" of
quaiied engineers, scientists and
taninans. With true American re-
spaodvnew, the nation set about
correcting the and began to po
mosey into schools of agineerin
and technology, sedce equation
research laboratories and advanced
graduate study.

The shortage is still with us, but
the gap Is being closed.

However, other kind of short-
age is looming-made more conspic-
ous by the onesided emphasis the
"space age" has give to most pro-
gram in higher educatio. It is
the shortage of m and women
broadly educated in the humanities
as well as in ieice.n

May employers have complained
that the youngsters the colleges ae
sending them are often overtrained
technically in skills they could bet.
ter learn on the job but "underedu-
eatd" ia the areas of general know.
ledg, culture ad atelligence.

Society is iot a simple cellular
strpetur of isolated specialists and
experts, but a complex organization
based on fterrlationship and inter-
depedence. To serve society In op-
tirmm measure education must de-
velep individ s t to ar optimum


capacity-individ9iB who can think
and act intelligstly in a diverity
of situations

This i imar the job of the 11.
beal arts, particularly the basic gen-
al studies that should nderlie or
aceumpay propmPs of specaliza-
tio. la humanities, in history, in
the art a common language of nder-
standi i established, cultural
image argue, ad a ross fertilize.
tion of mind is accomplish

But te liberal Arts are ilayng a
"poo rktions" Ae today as re-
it of "favored tion" ini suport
of the mMn dram tic program of
pace science and search that were
boosted into orbit by the fist Sput
nik blast Some type of realistic bal
ance mut be rehtablishe(

The billion of dollars that are
being spet to promote scice and
research (and large scale rt*cholo-
gial projects) should be matched
with money from the federal gov-
erament, from the states and from
the educational foundations to under.
ird the liberal art apd give
strength, wholeness and vrility to
our culture and ciylition.

We have faith tat the balance in
higher education in be restored-
but sped-up action is needed to
keep the moral ad social:goals of
the nation from s1ianing uot of fo-
cus. I

To quote the Lif editorial: ". .
education is so damic nd fast.
changing that it fan probably de-
velop it own corrtives against the
danger f Amei's becoming a
technoetic athil."
I


I ,
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The Sun's Opinion Pap r
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Sme Still Cry

'States WRights


EDMIR, Snm: I au d
a cmmand yu for the
kib o Feb.: 3 about the
Ta a* o deed right that
AV9 who h a tlall of
enitiml aktt-a ad
m ed Rights siou lal r.
HK wer, we M her of
mano wirs whe have never
apted tb idMe at
USad Sale of Amurisa
aa la. Appwe*,y e-
en cMan yi the ab-
holtr "tat' ag" al
naikf ha mrit a dl
as b are pm. I hope
yoe ad sre ad hlp at
itH :
I R a e of trafle
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IQ Tests



Sometimes


Unfair


Educators, confronted with
the madve problem ed-
uaion, generally have
agr that the early bh
ci a fo mols far me
rig aptides and acm e-
meds a a L Q, or lid-
lienoe Qiodet was both
a psyological and practical
calamy.
T1e truth of this onsm u
Ih is the more evident to.
day aseducators strive to
Ideify students of bigh p
tntal among the may who,





ould apply Wally to the
children n th depesed
are of the Appaladidan h
Virginia, Tennessee, West
Virginia, Kentucky and Pe-

THE SO. CALL I Q
tests as originated a gener-
aio ago, were based n a
super middle and upper dm
culture. They still ae. A fi
year stdy conducted at the
University of Chcago siw-
ed for example tat df
the most widely uLsd ie
gene tests toiited of ques-
tions on which ildrn from
higher oemuptionlgroups
did better because tey were
familiar with the vocabulary
and mor experienced in tlk-
in the kinds of tests. (Many
of today's loare cit high
schools and all the private
preputory school in effect de-
luge their students with va-
lous tests.)
There are sti other rea-
= why mental tests re
director directly stacked
ga st the deprived child.
The I. Q is measured by us-
ing brief exercises that must
be done quickly. Speed u-
ully works against the low
icome group child who i
unused to uh tests, and
who Is characteristically sow
and cautious. Te best of
such hildre show their abil
Ities oly after they become
involved in a problem.


WaouH QUESTION, te
poor intelligence test per-
foma of many child
s a trult of th reading
difficulty and the m al
limitation f their background
radter than of any limited
bitel-igence.
Guidance of disdvantaged
children on the basis of pre-
et L Q. tests for vocatio-
al pla or cole entrne
s easingly regarded in
ediaati l d rs as a high-
ly youicebe practice that
suMd be die ged. Inte-
e tests for cudbll
dpivd mcMrma wil na
be meaningful une the
cldrn have the aceary
mant at taig 0
r ability and eU-.
i0 ?Wt"II m saw
se. hr 1 e owl Baet n
tL So feta pJd qpfelm
Si and -nm to- .m"
chuml td atml s l
shade by ateia wb m
-dtty paoriy tnrai ad
Be ed weaeNl .Irw o
a..( at as
-tebIeefres nq
ba piu er I a


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WHY FRANCE SEES SEATO'S END


Understanding the General


By C L RJIAGER
PARI There is at
ae that a between
the U.S. an d r. In
straightnen out a a we at






PUly O If wd wald wea
ooin g GIo hcoepts
with p-eis T ts -d
in Wash to m w felt
the ol way Fre ce ftttudem
kade oly to trouble. In re
examining ar own policy
Steward Frnce, ilb u ise
ay to noe w awht French
pdicy if we ae uld Said
gog off half cockGd .
When one looks back over
te record one fids it blem-
ished by delusi and confus-
Ion. Washingt somehow felt
it could sway Fa from
its detmination to construct
a idear reee h~ this
deMarket at wally pre-


amigoni as o the e wasm
Market atd wu as led
whmn It occurlS.

19BN, DERPTH iskq In-
dications front Paris, Was.
inaton assumed there was
thing imminent about De
Gaulle's intention torecognize
Peking. And, when he did so,
there seemed to be a initi-
1at minm t m. W Dgt
appare thought the Ge-
eral was ahmeblg a "Two
China" policy. It was plain
from thestart that he had
resolved a exactly the oppo-
site, a 'One ia" policy,
that of Mao Tae.TImg.
Now there has bee need.
lea obfuscation over De
Gaulles real meaning when
he talks of neutrality in
South east Asia. President
Johnson himself got caught
ut r this atd rated con-


wanted to neutralie only
South Viet Nam.
The truth is France thinks
that the least bed direc-
tion events cou take would
be to form a neutral re-
gime n South Vit Nam -
South Viet N t alone, not
North Viet Nam. Ib French
say this hesty but, s
long as uificatin of Viet
Nam as a concept is based
on neutrality, they consider
their ol the least di-
agreeable course. They ac-


kowledg that a Communist
regime euies neutrality in
North Viet Nam ultmate-
ly to be sought t, for
the preet, them is no way
of changig this.

THEY THINK the oly one of
the three lands that once
made up Frnch Indochina
has a chance for a national
regime is Cambodia. Cambo-
dia ha not been carvd up
like uos and Vtet Nam and
has a popular leader, Prince
Sihanouk. Paris therefore
spoors Shanouk ad hopes
that an eventual conference
will agree a hternatioal
guarantees of Cambodian neu-
trality.
The French don't know if
Viet NaI can be dise ed
in a conceivable cadence.
But they will work anyway
for national uarantoes
of a neutrhld Slb Viet
Nam. They pray the sitatd
it North Viat Na wl eva-
tua change. Ihey admit
this is a danerou gamble
but they se a alternative.
Based a their ow guerl-
la experience there, they
don't think we ad our South
Vietnames clients can win
the war without extending it
to North Viet Nam and, per-
aps, na. And they d't
believe we a prepared for
such a giddy risk Peking
doesn't dislike he idea of a-
clea r as mch as other
capitals.
THE FRENCH simply don't
admit their neraliy prop-
sal can woen the South
Vietnamese situation which is
already very bed. Tey re-
main confident the United
States will finally have to
evacuate that tragl and,
just as France did. They turn
a blind o to tb fact
that France was a colon-
ial power trying to save an
empire; that we represent
b obverse of the coin.
Thus, today, It is n South
Viet Nm alone that De
Gaulle has his eye and, as in
other area where France is
linked with us by treaty ob
ligtions, the General insists
an taking back what he re-
gards as his freedom of ac-
tion.
In 194 France joined the
U. and six other nations
In signing the SEATO pact.


This oblige all parties to
"consult immediately" if the
area "is threatened in any
way." By a special protocol
South Viet Nam wel as
Laos and Cambodia were in-
cluded in the protected region.
Such conultation is now en-
tily lain
But De Gaulle considers
EATO has reached the end
of its viable lie. He ar-


gues: "Obviously if the area
is neutralized there would be
no more reason for SEATO.
The alliance has as its only
job defense during a war and
neutrality would end a situ-
ation of war." This is not
agreeable reading in Wash-
ington but it had better be
understood. Let us get the
facts straight whether or not
we like them.


GOLDWATER'S COLUMN


Barry Pens


'Yaledictory'


By BAlY GOLDWATER
U. L mear
In a sese, this s my vale-
dictory as a newspaper col-
umnist.
For the time being-at least
until after this year's election
- I shall suspendmyactivi.
ties as a working writer for
American newspapers.
This, then, s my final col-
umn. I write it with great re-
luctance, for the decision to
suspend was not an easy one.
In the first place, I thor-
oughly enjoyed the endeavor.
I won't pretend that turning
out three columns a. week,
even with the help of my staff,
was not something of a chore.
And it has become more diffi-
cult since my announcement
that intendto seek the Re-
publican Presidential nomi-
nation.
BUT IT WAS great fun and
I have mixed feelings about
my decision. My first inclina-
tion wasto let it be made in
the open market place
through the operation of the
law of supply and demand.
In other words, I would con-
tinhe writing the column un-
dr the aupices of the Los
Angeles Times Syndicate as
long as a substantialnumber
of newspapers wanted to sub-
sribe. In this, I want to say,
that I was highly gratified
that less than 5 cancellations
and suspensio were re-
ceived out of a total of 140


LACK ABILITY TO RESPOND


Anti-American Tide Alarms


By RICHARD WHAON
(Ns, Clris Washegi
OK rea
WASHING'ON U.S. offi-
cials, as well as the gener-
al public, have become so in-
red to crisis that they have
difficulty recognizing the bIas-
.iclly adverse trend of world
events at this time. There
e signs, however, tmt In-
side the JoN" administr-
on, as well as outside it, a
grave view is bei ten of
the prest drift
is is i more than
just a drift;n som areas of
the wor it ses a flow-
ing tide. in Southeast Asia
there Is a rapid deterioration
of the Western pstion rang-
ng from Viet Nam and Cam-
bodia to Indonesia, Burma
aEd LaI
Ghanal and 7air, Is Af-
rica, hae moved into e
Commm tt a ad Algeri
and Moocco are edg tint
way. With Cubh the f t So
viet h h bsthe We a Ban-
hebe, Pam has nw
bhen with the U. S. and
them Is ceasing Cmm-
istmiduced trouble is Bolivia
VeneIela, British Gui-
ms ad iBras
Adverse events are. ilect,
sadoing erica pty
ise4 m se eAmft iles
Swits Nibs yawa

-Je-A0 1 IDIPID,


pIamI weAe mi d
may eMTeet fhag, and
wi ga"t pnshect Id

old pr s a ss lor c -
eit wa s as h r aeb


tive. Robert F. Kennedy
learned Indonesia that the
existed of American aid or
the threat of Its termination
would have little, f any, ef-.
fect on SLkano's determina-
tion to crush the new British-
oriented nation of Malaysia.
Man American lives and
many hundreds of millions of
dollars a we as the Amer-
ican military geuis, have
moved the problem In Viet
Nam no mneare to a foresee
able solution. All the good
wil n the world has helped
Stle i Ghana. Threaten-
ing evets East Africa
might hae as well been tak-
gplace onthe moo; in
at we might have mown
more about tm if they had.
The picture does not look
too bad l t bs studied a
a whole ad then it i sea
that the Coamma t posii
i tern d w d potics is
far advanced er what It
was fo year ago.
It is m& ser to defe
wht is wrong than to sup-
y any knd of remedy. One
tho s thet we hav never
been able to ay though a
poriy wth ich u es bur in-
teret with he r rising maio
bri b ea we We do t
ter is iio
. Iu b is Frese, CAba or
m. (oevMes rhe to
to pwre a wane of otil-
y Ib (e Uiad Ish, aor
oI m ere uer -eop ts
h lfteiher dy or
asaibhrp -le
In eIot he ehied
away a mer Crihis-
itdled sa a pert of te


Communist world revolution.
Te nationalist feeling runs
deep and often needs no Com-
munist stimulus, as, for ex-
ample, in Cuba and Panama.
But we never seem to be on
the side of the nationalists in
time to prevent a prior align-
menat with the Communists.
This may merely be in the
nature of wings. We stand
for stability while the Com-
munists stand for revolution.
We only know that in the
past four years the national-
ist probl has not gone
away but has become more
varied ad wdespred. Ev-
y now and th we got a
new taste of : The rioting
in Panama, an unexpected
coup in Viet Nam a military
coup in some Latin-American
country.
SFora time wehave quiet
on th more exposed frontiers
of the word Tm our traffic
Into Berlin is stopped or
a plan is shot down. Net it
may be a renewed Chinese -
Caniit drive into India
or Upad may trn into a
oe Srty SoviMaligned state,
or Indosia may p the way
of Cambodia. We may have
a lu tia codd war with
Rssia, but an objective as
amet evens should be
eravlaclna to esi-
dit Joi shtl major
Ipablem I to arrest tm on-
tractinig M th m the nit
d State in world al .
His Democraic adih'-
tis came to e e. the
pde that it wod "re-
se Aarica's "loot"
ti aSt Min mt. t hM not
yet dm a We have lst
rmad sha MI frhea
to ZIaItr.


nOTO4C FEVER
r fmdr WaMt WetaIS Ni
Sate -e rs i .e wWsw
w id Shde nr| p


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apmrf. pfrs l '"


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newspapers which took this
column.
But on deeper reflection it
struck me that a moral ques-
tion was involved. For enam-
ple, was it fair to expect news.
papers, no matter how friendly
nor how closely oriented they
might be to my conservative
views, to continue publishmg
the work of an active candi-
date for the nation's highest
office?
Did this give me an advan-
tage over other aspirants for
the Republican nomination?
Weren't the newspapers put-
ting themselves in a position
where other candidates for
the office I seek could legiti-
mately demand "equal
time." or I should say "equal
space?"

ALL OF THESE questions
and many more were weighed
carefully before I decided that
the time had come to cease
the column.
Originally my column was
designed to give an editorial
page airing to the views of a
growing group of American
conservatives. I approached
the whole project like a sales-
man peddling a product. Mv
objective was to make the
word "conservatism" first
acceptable and ultimately
popular.
I believe it has helped, over
the long run, to create a better
climate throughout the coun-
try for the conservative view-
point. At least the many thous-
ands of letters and other com-
munications I have received
since the column began ap.
hearing would seem to sup-
port this conclusion.

BUT I'M SURE the reader
will realize how even this be-
comes a reason for suspend-
ing the column. During the
period when I was functioning
in the role of "salesman for
conservatism," the operation
was strictly one of principle.
I had no desire to exalt my
own position or status. I felt
as though I was merely toilmg
in the vineyard for conserva-
tis. I felt my efforts helped
fill the gap left on many
editorial pages because of a
preponderance of columnists
and interpretive writers or
ented in the liberal direction.
Now, however, I am a can-
didate. I am seeking a nation-
al political office. No matter
what I write, or how carefully
I couch my phrases, my col-
umn will be viewed as a self.
seeking endeavor. Because of
Its very nature, substance is
lent to this argument For it is
Impossible for a man of my
convictios not to try to ad-
vance them at every given
opportunity.
SO, IN BRINGING this hap-
py and satisfying project to a
cle, let me than the many
newspapers who published
my faul prose and the many
Americans who read it. If, in
my fervor, I have unjustly in.
jured any individual of any
political ue. I ca sly ay
that I am orry. I have ied
oncientiously to confila
my critical comes to tme
statuents and activities of
those wit whom I disagreed
hre was never any element
d personal animosity i,-
tlnded
And, ally, purp yo
wi pmit me to nwer the
q r lhvepat ioyou
the Mts ow do you
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om Irsta ArtAL i
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oummt needs the r
aedta fur rem eprpm,
Be facts a to Bem emsay.
The toal lectdo
bn Ical e taxe beyd f

to less tan i bIiM-le
then tn Federal mgom
anw basM ofal
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Wm* M.764


A Technocratic Anthill?


The current issue of Life Maga-
zine takes an editorial ook at whas
happening n American colleges ad
uniersitie-and don't like what
It b.

With the rapid uprge of science
and technology, with it accompany-
ing industrial boom ad the insistent
demand for trained speclists, we
became worried (and rightly so)
about the "lag in prodcton" of
quaifed agineers, scientists and
techniiana With true American r-
sponuiveDa, athe stio et about
correcting the lg and began o por
money into schools of sag ering
and' technology, science education,
research laboratories ad advanced
graduate study.

The shortage is still with us, but
the gap is being closed.

However, another kind of short-
age is looming-made more conpicu-
ous by the onesided emphasis the
packagee" has given to most pro-
grams in higher education. It is
the shortage of me and women
broadly educated in the humanities
as well as in science.

Many employers have coplained
that the youngsters the college are
sending them are often overtrained
technically in skills they could bet-
ter learn on the job but "underedu-
cated" in the ars of general know-
ledge, culture and intelHigece.

Society is not a simple cellular
structure of isolated specialists and
experts, but a complex organization
based on interrelationships and inter-
dependence. To serve society in op.
timum measure education must de-
velop individuals to their optimum


capacity-individ;ala who an think
and act inteligey"- ih a diversity
of situation.

This is primary the job of the li-
beal arts, particularly the basic ge
ml studied that should undele or
accompany pro of pecaliza-
tion. In humanities, in history, in
the artsa mmmo language of under-
standi g a established, a cultural
imge emerge, and a cross fertiliza-
tin of mind is ajpcoinpahd.

But the liberal'arta are playing a
"poor relations" tole today as a re
sult of "favored action" support
of the more dramatic pro m of
pace ciee and'research hat were
boosted into orbi( by the firt Sput.
nik blast. Some type of realistic bal.
ance must be re-establishe*.

The billions of dollars that are
being spet to promote science and
research (and lage cae k technolo-
gical projects) aould be matched
with money from the federal gov-
ernment, from te states and from
the educational foundations to under-
gird the liberal arts and give
strength, wholenss and virility to
our culture and civilization.

We have faith jhat the balance in
higher education will be restored-
but speed-up action is needed to
keep the moral amd social goals of
the nation from singing out of fo.
cus. I

To quote the Lfe editorial: "U. S.
education is so dynamic and fast-
changing that it can probably de-
velop its own correctives against the
danger of Amera'd becoming a
technocratic anthil."


Voice of the P


Lon The Sun's Opinion P
0o.l OW semae imme" eI ate Veli S tie ek eleh o Lntesn
mai a hei rbe w ld~&addrHu. Num wbe S loI M IsWLi A Muer AeM
d asmd 500 wnde mi. awhm wr mIemWs, e ofuu.lkd. mw. mMbewa".The
$sm amo n sit rleeo ar ea w asem wamg debks w Neus mbs m
inm


Disputes View
OnGoldwater
IEDN Sum: The Sn's
doal in Tlaeday, JanL1,
issue entitled water
Under the Meccpe"
oo inferred tit Sena-
rdir G atr fw rs ta
aboti of the ome tax.
ti iswt tre a t Senator
h sta ie eorklly i
bhi cMLa. toicomea
isa moniy resideri the
uot bllatm of t
lideral o e today,
arllitobsht out lfb
Mld acquire a- ars
at hem whik pl*b
not ei It is Sen. GoMMl
o's bN rther O i the
giatsd eane tax i
wv ad actually ad* un ti-
utowl As i d i Gld.

ranm YI *0f.
water's beht, "CoMase.. o
as Conpee," chapter


"Asfor theidan thtthe
govenirnr needs the ada
ated taxn for rea pupoa,
the facts are to e contrary.
e ittal rmo oeai ed
frm inDe mt bed e
twenty percent evel amount
to ai t $5 LM i-
than the derl mmat
ao speeds a ae Ia of a
riM ."
But more than this, al
who hs had eriace with
t ta Ianm see tat grad
aed mme tax is atiom
ary i tatitladitoe m-a
pa i lb cadet of ba
S Mness, ad hgher p
em, fees mir pusilna1 and
-at mt t Babs it
U sti fbaU* f I
mesay r p o find
oboo d ta every Ie -

A do b r behite
Ababbfle wada


S lbTI graiate itn ba --'
t0elanly tax. It e-uect, k 'M ,
,MAuWY taL 16 Ol -ImeSlft IN"**
pdtatleSee aiS apl'*intisrt ho saed-
i to hi dm al amb ha badh.... .
M^k fi. d ...
lob9 B ammtb a 1111" in "it a
inm libmL S b e b bbl rpi
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MAWs wi e as "i. a
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dM ir Ie a r k


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'sSS^1~S S e1 bay~tS.


tine "d "Why Not Vie-
tory." 'Suaggt tat Editor
rad thi bosbefore writ
hg Mbw elitaria oG Gol
atm.
'P. W. THOMPSON

SomeStill Cry

'States' Rights'
EDITO Sun: maod sin-
cer immnd yofor the
editorial of Feb. 3 about the
Local admilnstrai of law.
Yu are so dead right it
aoe who ha as hlrto
the tian Consali a d
I of Rights sold cmr.
However, Mn ~ear
may pacrm who have never
accped the kiea st e
United States of:Amrica is
a san Appc b, tey be.
lime they cm yol thsli d
b d M of dW'W al
uMle a am riu as
atly ean *ivr. 1 is
yI and stmi pdd beep a
I now a case d f tra
paen haunel in Ilest
Most mimi, IMht im otw do.
Ua) tst btbapms b-
%ta Abmtlei"MAt d
a1 sce ats e of
a- bactibe d aiM t
n 4raaMI oii kw-
yt tbe pahem iMt to M
. qafud te sim lnws a
of dm t.ti w! -
A lEWAD


CONSCIENCE


THE


[ SOUTH


By RALPH McGILL



IQ Tests



Sometimes


Unfair,


Educators, confronted with
the massive problem of ed-
acation, generally have
agreed that te early label
lng a foraina fr me,
arin aptilas ad achieve-
mets as a L Q., or Intel.
liguce (-otn, wa both
a psho and pracic
amiy.
Slhruth d tb cobus-
in is the more evident to-
day as educator strive to
Iny fstudms dih po-
tenti among the many who,
colored and white, ome from
te thousands of adeq
nual schools in the still pre.
dominately agriculthnl areas
of the action. Th finding
would apply equally to the
children in the depressed
areas of the Appalachins in
Virginia, Tennessee, West
Virginia, Kentucky and Pe-
sylvania.


TE SO CA ED L Q.
tests, as originated a ger-
aon ago, were based on a
super middle and upper class
ultre. They sill are. A five.
year study conducted at the
University of Chicago show-
ed, for example, that 10
the most widely used Mnell
gence tests consisted of ques-
tions on which children from
higher occupational groups
did better because they were
familiar with the vocabulary
and more experienced in tak-
in these kinds of tests. (Many
of today's large city high
schools and all the private
prepatory schools in effect de-
luge their students with var-
ku tests.)
There are still other ea-
sons why mental tests are
directly or indirectly stacked
against the deprived child
The I. Q. is measured by us-
ing brief exercises that must
be done quickly. Speed us-
nally works against the low
income group child who is
unused to such tests, and
who is characteristically slow
and cautious. The best of
such children show their ab
cities only after they become
involved in a problem.

WIRlOUT QUVSION, the
poor intelligcae test per.
formace of many children
Is a result of their reading
difficuly and the cultural
mitaton of their background
rather than of any limited
intellieace.
Guidance of didvataged
children the basis of pr-
eat L Q. tes r vocatin-
al plans or college entrance
is increasingly regarded in
educational circles as a hgh
ly qaei l practice tat
should be'di aged. Intel
ligeis tests for cutally
deied chdnr will never
be meaningful unless the
hir hav e t necemry
prte, tes taking k


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thL Taft *uM* mw
use.M dv Si a.
lyad "Im t% Ni
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ies By teachsm who



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COLORED NEWS
I.Ch s, Coloned Nwm l di
al h Awh lMNI la w t ni f the roe.w
Arche Q bch d Goda ibi at N MM dS ei a
art i School, : daced io Gmi nile ad a so
a.; monf wrotip U: AbdcaC Couy.
am; Ymn i's i stated ta hatb e s calling
Wores' Meet, 7 pu; and a rtnd voters to attend a
eibg w ship. : pJ E. tf at the Philadelphia
der Days, paor; MrsI Rh Batist Mch at Walo, on
Jenk, reported. mr, Fr. at 3 pm.
Mr. Plreas n odi i 'e qpe this occasion
No. 2 will han its reamiJl to- ni be Crmvas, Jr., she
day, 7:M p.m. Edl Trne r, id Aiehu Coaty. LV. Da-
presient; Rided Parer, or v*, rphr.
gani The Board EducaN
and hurch Schodl will MlNATM
meet tomorrow, 7: pn. AH i AU a .


Church School tea r and
members of the Conminsion a
Education are requested to be
present Rev. W. M. Ferguso,
pator.
Mt Carel aptist -There
will be Teach Meetin today,
7:30 p.m.; and Cha2i No. 1

tomorrow, 8 p.m. Rev. T. A.
Wright, ptsr; Mrs. ,Eer
Hamm, reporter.
Hope We Bapti-There wRa
be a business meetain oa Fr -
day. I pjm.
BUIS MEETING SE
There win be a S mimn mu.It
lag at the New Sale Baptist
Clurch Mday at 7: pa Rev.
C. J. Jobso, pstor; Mrs. P.I
L Scott, reporter.
TO RENDER PROGRlAM
The West C t Ministers d
Deacons Union Choir will rmen
der a program Sunday at, .
pn. at the St Josph Baptist
church at Archer, h tim lter-
et of Mrs. Catherine Dal
ub.
The public is. kvid Dc
Ben C. Davis, president; Hny
Miles, christe; Mrs. P. L,
Scott, reporter.
TO DEMONSTRATE
AT STATE FAIR
4-H Domnstraton Teams of
Alaciha County will coduct
Team Dmonstrations at the
Florida State Fair, Tampa,
Ft. 6, tiled "Vdotw DIp".
Leon Carter ad Rayfiel Mc-
Ghee Jr.. will represealhe Lin-
coin High School 4Wers; Car.
trell Williams and Richard Al-
n West will represent the A. L.
Mebane 4-H'ers, aid Imas Rol-
Ias and Eucide Cooper will al-
so represent the Archer Com-
unity 4-H'ers. These boys were
selected because of their leader-
ship ability in project and com-
munity activities. hey were
accompanied to Tmpa by L.
M. reene, the Assistant Coun-
ty Agent.
MUSICAL PROGRAM
Choir No. 1 of the Spring Hill
Baptist Curch is sponsoring a
musical program on Friday
eight, Feb. 14 at the Church.
The Male Chonus I Hawthorne
and Pallbearers Lodge 113 Cho
rus wil be among the many out-
stnding chorus and Coirs to
appear in this program.
Plan now to attend. No ad-
mission will be charged. Des.
Aen, President, Mrs. Barbara
H. Bryant, reporter.
VOTERS' LEAGUE
Chester Shell, chairman of the
Alachua County Voters' Leage,
told this reporter that he is well


*o m"r uoc mpmoroe-
mat eI e willmeet at the
Duval Ementary Sdol am&d-
mtoriu Monday at 8 pm.
C vir~emet in this
area will be discu ed R N.
A. Ja o, chairman d this
group, ba idiated that
proposed bod issue will also
be given lengthy discussion.
Following the meeting, re-
frro nt wi be served. Mrs.
Wlie V. Dita, chairman
the efrm sampts committee; L.
V. Davi, reporter.
cUB COONmL
Galesvile's Amsal Talent
and Baty Contest has been
recheduled from Feb. 1 to
ar 1 because Gainvi
Wil be host to the Girls'
Baskeba Toument ding
th February date.
SClub Camcil ha made
plans for the expected 2 co-
testant wo wi compete in
this parade of Talent Beauty.
threee pris will be given to
the top winners, ad the filt
will compete in the State Talent
nd Beauty Contest hd at
Bethue-Cooan College, at
Daytm Beach. Mrs. Nellie P.
Perry, chairman of the contest
committee.

HOUSEWARMING
The friends of Rev. and Mrs.
W A. Mils are cordially invi-
ted to attend a "ousewarming"
at their new home at 918 N.E.
th SL, Saturday at 8 pm.
A repast will be served. Mr.
Bese M. Johnso, reporter.
ALUMNI MEETING
PLANNED
An members d the Aachu
County orida Memorial Col
lege Alumni Chapter are asked
to meet Wehesday, Feb. 12, at
4 p.m. at the Recretio Center,
in Gainesville. Frank Clifton,
president; Mrs. Luce Lee, sec-
retary.


RETURNS DOME
Ben Usher, who was a patient
in the Alachua General Hospital,
has now returned to his home,
and was reported as somewhat
improved. Mrs. F. D. Shannon,
reporter.
SLATES MEETING
1ie Azalea Court No. 104 will
meet at the regular meeting
place today at 8 p.m.
LACROSSE NEWS
CONVALESCING
Mrs. Mary Dell, who was a
patient in the Aacbua General
Hospital, s now at home and
was reported as improving.
Friends are asked to visit her.
Mrs. L. Bryant, reporter.


PEMONAM W chi
D. E. Whe, p r died F
he Frddidp Baptit Cm red lowing
was visitor to Forida Memor- be con
Wal C ait It Augui aonp.m. fi
Tw .* tilt (
h MaIry Beaer M ad Mis J. Si
Mae Fiel, bot of Tampa, ment
re a dof Miss Fie son
reaiv aad frkeds here fo ar e un
week. Hugh
Mrs. Mary H. James and Sn,. Home.
Jim, of Jackoovle, are visit-
ingwith relative here for a II
week.


dson of Gainesvle, nh
Feb. 2, at her boe fol.
a lingering lla, wit
ducted Sunday at 1:X
rom the Oak Grove Bap
lurch with the Rev. S
mon offieiating. Inter
will follow in the Patter
cemetery. These rvce
ider the direct of the
e s & Chestnut Funeral


RS. ELLA JOHNSON


Mrs Annie L Jackson re-2 Mrs. Ella Johnson of 1524
turned here yesterday from NE 1st Ave., died Feb. 5, at
Philadelphia, Pa., where she her home following a brief ill-
was called because of business. ness was a shock to all. Mrs
William Anderson, of Miami, Johnson has lived in Gaines
passed through the city yester-ville for a great number of
day en route to visit at the Flo. years and will be deeply miss-
rida A&M University at Talla- ed. Funeral arrangements are
hassee. incomplete and will be an
Miss Annie Mae Fagan of nounced later by the Hughes
Jacksonville, passed through & Chestnut Funeral Home.
Gainesville yesterday en route
to Ocal to visit with ber aunt. REV. B. L. MILES
Mrs. Mary H. McDonald, and
other relatives. Funeral services for Rev. B.
Mrs. Ennie G. Williams flew L. Miles of Tampa, brother of
yesterday to Asbury Park, N.J.. Rev. W. A. Miles, of this city,
n barie visit and outing with who died following a brief ill.
nr aunt, Mrs. Daisy Wiiuams.
and other Deativ, i ness, were to be held there to-


day at 1 p.m. Interment m
t I I # I oPine Grove Cemetery with Per.
uituMt*tD V? ry Funeral Home of Tampa in
MRS. ANNIE RIIARDI N charge. Mrs. Bessie M. John-
Fial rites for Mrs. Annie! son, reporter.


GOLDWATER'S COLUMN


Barry Pens


Valedictory'


By BARRY GOLDWATER
U. S. Senator
In a sense, this Is my vale-
dictory as a newspaper col-
umnist.
For the time being-at least
until after this year's election
- I shall suspend my activi-
tie as working writer for
American newspapers.
This, then, is my final col-
mn. I write it with great re-
luctance, for the decision to
suspend was not an easy one.
Sthe first place. I thor-
oughly enjoyed the endeavor.
I won't pretend that turning
out three columns a week,
even with the help of my staff,
wv not something of a chore.
And it has become more diffi-
cult since my announcement
that I intend to seek the Re-
publican Presidential nomi-
nation.
BT IT WASgreat fun and
I have mixed feelings about
my decision. My first inclina-
tion was to let it be made in
the open market place
through the operation of the
law of supply and demand.
In other words, I would con-
tinue writing the column un-
der the auspices of the Los
Angeles Times Syndicate as
long as a substantial number
of newspapers wanted to sub.
scribe. In this, I want to say,
that I was highly gratified
that less than 5 cancellations
and suspension were re-
ceived out of a total of 140
newspapers which took this


LACK ABILITY TO RESPOND


AntiAmerican Tide Alarms


By RflIAuD WIL
Cief, Conri Waost

WASINGTON U.S. offi
ials, as well as bte gener-
al pali, have become so in-
ured to crisis that ey have
dBarie*neopgi the -w
Sicall adverse trenad of w
Sevets atthis time. There
are a, however, that i
side e Johno admMst
. tio, as we as oalide a
grade view is being t dof
the pent dri
b if mah mre th
just a drit;i som arn
the world it sm a fli
ing tide.In Souhat Ads
theb a rapid terror
o tdi Westerna paim r -
ing fram Viet Nam ad Ca-
bodba to Indo ua, Burma
aid lAI L
Gham ad t er, i Af-

ral Maem an m thea
--m-t esft ad A!wb
ad a wesm e*q st
way. Wit Cuba Ie rfit Si
vit b in h WestN Hm-
ispre, Pams his n
brim iwkthe U. S. aad
the m b ble"Of Come.
Isaloted froue l BletaB
Veba Britilsh G
a OMBrams.

a M
in 9 E ie, lr t
ie al riW --mm
ad p* M miner hmCnw
wh a s
fat ?gMirt -r


>^^W|-i^j or ^ ^^
"'^"l-r"^^^^ obb-^B.^B


ti Robert F. Kennedy
lead in dmoesi that the
exisee d America aid or
the threat of its termination
wold have little, if any, ef-
feet on Sukarn's determina-
tion to crb the new British.
orimdl mati S Malaysia.
May America ha md
many bundb of milos of
do a as wae as te Amer-
lean Mitary gO have
moved he pobln i Viet
Sa n earer to a bresee-
aie sobta. Altb good
il in the wrid has helped
an WiS a Ghis TIeaten-
g events Io East Afric
mlhM am as Mw bea tak-
g phie n be mom; in
act w milt have kmw
Sabot thu if they ha



Sin ms word politics is
fr M ied aer w t a
was fr yean ap
It is mch eaer to defe
mat is wn tlan bt sup
* ap! W of rm.. On
kIt is t we hwvm a
bem ale to cary tml a
piqy wth imdhesr w.
tei lHm Irai m i
tries btl wil wdo t




snt nes i
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ai a m ae i l M
,,,-a maa a, d ,,


Commuist world revoltion.
Snationalit feeling runs
deep and ofte needs no Com-
munist stimuhu, as, for ex-
ample, i Cuba and Panama.
But we never seem to be on
the side of the nationalists in
tine to prevent a prior align
ent with the( Co mmuns.
Tbis may merely be in the
atuie thg. We stand
for abity while the Com-
munists stand fo revobtion.
We only know tht in the
pst four years e national-
pit a has not gone
wa t has become more
varied and widespread. Ev-
ry now and then we ig a
ew te df it: The r1ioing
n Pama, a unexpected
coup in Viet Nam, a military
coup in ue Latin-American
elary.
Far aoweham quiet
on the more exposed i ers
o f wt eT ar T Teno rf
into Ber is stopped or
a plane Is ot down. N t it
may e a reed Ch se -
Cman riv into dia
or Ugadma y tansw a
a erty'Srieilied satoe,
or dmmIa may go be way
of Canbotla We may have
a kill in eI cod war with
Batbs, ut a djectW as-
umma d s ti druio be
teniscilag to Prei-
drm JMi tal hs ajor


BLmban t he-

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-md te4M km CaB
Si W Iai W.


column.
But on deeper reflection it
struck me that a moral ques-
tion was involved. For exam-
ple, was it fair to expect news-
papers. no matter how friendly
nor how closely oriented they
might be to my conservative
views, to continue publishing
the work of an active candi-
date for the nation's highest
office?
Did this give me an advan-
tage over other aspirants for
the Republican nomination?
Weren't the newspapers put-
ting themselves in a position
where other candidates for
the office I seek could legiti-
mately demand "equal
time," or I should say "equal
space?"
ALL OF THESE questions
and many more were weighed
carefully before I decided that
the time had come to cease
the column.
Originally my column was
designed to give an editorial
page airing to the views of a
growing group of American
conservatives. I approached
the whole project like a sales-
man peddling a product. My
objective was to make the
word "conservatism" first
acceptable and ultimately
popular.
I believe it has helped, over
the long run, to create a better
climate throughout the coun-
try for the conservative view-
point. At least the many thous-
ands of letters and other com-
munications I have received
since the column began ap-
pearing would seem to sup-
port this conclusion.
BUT I'M SURE the reader
will realize how even this be-
comes a reao for supend-
ing the column. During the
period when I was functioning
in the role of "salesman for
conservatism," the operation
was strictly one of principle.
I had no desire to exalt my
own position or status. I felt
as though I was merely toiling
in the vineyard for conserva-
tism. I felt my efforts helped
fill the gap left on many
editorial pages because of a
preponderance of columnists
and interpretive writers ori-
ented in the liberal direction.
Now, however, I am a can-
didate. I am seeking a nation-
al political office. No matter
what I write, or how carefully
I couch my phrases, my col-
umn will be viewed as a self
seeking endeavor. Because of
its very nature, substance is
lent to this argument. For it is
impossible for a man of my
convictions not to try to ad
vance them at every given
opportunity.
SO. IN RINGING this hap-
py and satisfying project to a
close, let me thank the many
newspapers who published
my faulty prose and the may
Americans who read it. If, in
my fevor, I have unjustly in-
ured any individual of any
political hue, I can oly say
that I am sorry. I have tried
cOidentiousry to coaline
y criticalcomments to the
tateents and active of
hUm with whom I disaped.
Thre was never any dent
of personal animosity In-
te11 et
Aid fl, perhp y
W pult me to an m e
tlm I have pt to t yb ad
donWu -Htw do In
? lt Il t *thi aM
a=1t I 61 d d at


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Red China's Premier inds Up

Successful 'Campaign! in Africa


Thumdy, Febmry 6, 1964


Gaincvill Sun


0 m ntki st.
smy oEmYm TOPIe
MIN KONG Prmiler
bt 4 the mad pena
vpaemin o Connfist
nretued bhme WeB-
froma a odwill tour of
roie pa tole ata.
ar te tbur ird an
saareek tor evriden
aed edd in projecting
D un a into a more
role in worid m-
thdd nt, the Chin se con
pmr ai pcy, -
CoirmMn leader eced
hde welcome when be ar-
ved at Kunmuing in Yan
Drawig up a balance Atd
the Ch touur bd re-
dearibing blic ap-
and com vao
ith African leaden, analysts


Ieul Mat preor *ad at
cth l act bol
hbld ls d 1o b o i

towr ad rereti. at Peking
Uwerea, Taira made ia de
-M Natialit pimeut o
Td wa ad a Ethoa limited
tie Gfm w M led.
Sambot Choa' jtis to C d
same .af f fl*la dina
a to rally that itUin-
wee favorable to a revol-
a son*t Mot thab wWAR


can be pevented.
I Cairo President Gaa
Abde Nmosewd *pi
cal about uCho'stfatinf of
I .tm cOast atas in


...... ---- in our


Ooer, X, a t bthe I
W a a Edopia wee cri
tical of P king's real to sip
th ood r test t wr tym

Qm i ov Wts aid to re becb
t premi her's epoe to
trong desires am g many Af-
ricamm fop peaceful developP
me od relatim With Westi
rn mments ad respect
fr h United Nat
Only tinal uprt was ex-
prwead by, mot rican lead-
m for Peking's ca for a s
owd coaferece d Afrian and
Aia natid simaiir to tal
mcovened ip Bandug I
ia, in 1i..Mostofocountries
wee moe favorable to a U
gesdm of Presidet ito of
Y avia and Pri& e Minister


29th year


Nen o lde for a bebmtcr
d a aipneahm wieb"
s am would e add Cown
latn, Q f -B
HoWr, report o redh
S r auntsd aC Sm l
b a iky artlKdla and adlt



Mf Me MOal
=qpat, mailed o pund
may Aian ad f CaMn pe
Ci ar friomadl madn
crn wit their poblm
S pled m adl
Prov maintadkd by Pe-
ing or counts c au salm
, Ma Guineb a ad BDm
mou pbe epd. e
"We Akm ad Afdria pmer
pe ae broths d haring the
m li Kreth ad dety,"
Imm podamed He strsd
co ,,n terest 1p of Peim d
Ai, Afria and Latin Amw
in a jot struggle aan te
United States, which he des
srbed a an ard hoperial
natiba


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R Imestwle Som TiSa y, Tal of Cor,1964

Restless Viet Nam Still Talking of Cous


SKe lark Stm f
By EDRICK SM
SAIGON Last wI k'
d'etat has spawned a new pe-
riod of political intabi t in
Sa n and under popular
confidence in the military
which was widely regarded as
one institution which could
hold the country together in the
war against the Communists.
As in the dy-
ing days of the
Diem r t Anlyis:
the capital Is What The
once again fil
of talk of coup News
- in this Means
case counter-
coups against
the country's new strongman,!
Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh.
Civil servants, politicians and
some junior military officers
have privately expressed their
fears about the future, and
some have spoken bitterly of
the latest coup.
'The army was the only dis-
ciplined, unified organization
we had left," one young army
officer said. "We don't have
any political parties. All we
have is the army. Now this
coup shows that the army al-
so doesn't have discipline: the
chain of command is broken.
The army is divided now. They
will fight among themselves
and there will probably be an-
other coup."
Another young Vietnamese,
speaking of a "war of nerves"
within the military, said "peo-
pie are wondering who they
should follow."
A number of United States
officials are convinced that
Khanh can become an effective
national leader. They describe
him as a decisive commander
who will be free from difficul-
ties of committee government
which hampered the last junta.
Khanh made an impressive;
beginning with an immediate
declaration of interest in rural
reforms and pledges to prose-
cute the war against the Con-
munts vigorously. Americansi
were also encouraged when he
made a flying trip to the coun-
tryside only three days after he
seized power.
But as an officer who has
spent most of his career in the
field, he remains unknown to
the people in Saigon and has
yet to win their confidence.
There is a marked contrast
between the current atmos-
phere of uncertainty and pop-
ular jubilation after generals,
banded together last fall to'
overthrow President Diem.
Then the people understood rea-
sons for the coup and endorsed
them. November coup's lead.
ers, Maj. Gen. Duong Vmn
Minb, was a familiar and


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for the weOk.
Amg them s distributi o TakeOver' O
df 3J containers for Goodwill
ladu an oanizaton th State system
colete usedgoods to be re. y
pa redby handicapped person. ud
Whbe paired, the goods Har hm sio a fa
sole o a s thre ope red by th tht out Northeast Florida
S i a op d by wi be in Gain e Saturay
e sot distribute o loan a threeday ag take-
lection mas in Gainesvle,over oi the state gemmnent
H ig Spri n Ach s, Tbhey' meet at Ganvile
py stone Heights, Mro High SchooL
Raford, and Lake .Btler. The affair is spoaoed by
They collect them Saturday, the Young Men's Chrstian As
Feb. I. sociai'ons Florida district.
Sunday, the scouts will at- le meting here is one o


ua church smervs in their
unMifoar
For morrow's day with pub.
Be ad busine officials, the
cots will gather at i a.m. in
a TOR co OF Cse CouNTY
JUDGL ALACHU A COUNTy. FDRL
DA,
IN RE, ame f.
fm FS pMWn
IN PnuITE
Te Al Crdilo raand Per.m.m avg
iMW -r Dm uda a llad aW a-
YV uas ech oa o areu hearb
namtt asu nqnmd to prte any
*al as ud ams tiesnah W. *tw "
w or Y r, may hv against the esat
' II ACS ETEULA PETmRS. d-
aN lit. .lat f ud Coly. the
:'At* JVs AUachu Cay.tr. Ftn.
da at S hise. eS caut hsa... e
aM Can at oGalswille* srMa.
Ino of *4 a oim ad INuS
>lhm ab caladu boatl fr the
SM *(IS ir$ wh i Ma n thIs -.
ice. Eash echim r deUd shml be it
urle. asd uaal Sdate seun tr.. e s
ses aPnd a-st e addnes .r* tht
nisas. ad W he o awn to by te
ualt. Me .s t. &r %n". *and
au his aent r adM Id ney. sad
beLsu o*l
MayLF. Pein
4.*. nOtASe jbou
AI Coaume f the Last wi
and T.aoM Sm
rll.eu. Elm" Palms. dn"Aw
:ULAIUN. ARNOW. DUNCAN Al
Ittlaeys at Lw
ill South a b Str
sa..dkle. Floma
itayam I nr C-Euncm
(Mi) 1:31; 2:|. It.


five area p sessos be-
ing hdd arod the stae
preparao for the days the
teenager take over, March 1,
13 and 14.
At the GHS meeting, Princ
pal William S. (Tiny) Talbot
ill greet the visitig students.
State Sen. J. Emory (Red)
Cross will talk to the group a
the "Function State Govern
meant "
State Rep. Ralph Tarlingtoa
will talk on "ristian Led-
ership in Goverment."
Also on the program is A.
W. Wrighter, executive see-
tary to the YMCA's Florida
district. He'll talk o "Pro.
cedures for Passmage of Bls."
Campa speechs an d eke
ti of a youth assembly wil
close te day long sess.
Delegates coming here ar
from high schools in JacksoR
ville, Starke, Palatka, Fernan-
dia Beac, Bunnell, Lake City,
St Augustine, Ocala and Ja
per.


--CMI IN AND OHM


YOUR AGo=r---


Do kth, Johe tdOI Pa
mBaod Pier Ht, K ce
Bpodto,.Je!f Grart Todd
Jrn Gtife, d Bevi.
I a 1n Sl*ew Lee 1e
Grilf .ai= Mmut Jamn
RMiar, CeewU Tat Q(W
mB r, Thinam Na -
la L oby, BEl Filer, Pt
Tyre., Davi Br oyes, Bir
Wom, Bill Wakenan, R.
ty Cao, B Chiest Jr.;
David ee, Tommy Stoki,
Larry Di, Hal Wiba.ot,
Fae John Mitbhel. Cur-
tis am, James T. Sprin-
field, Walace Newcmb:
Doug Ientges, Davd Tirp,
Danny Kidm David Mead
Mark t, Peter Trimmr,
Tommy ,eddick Larry mRi,


Thewdt M ery 164 Golmsiille Sun


. E. LC"ancer Crusaders Meet Here
oK', BOND o


Boy Scouts To Take 'Places


Of Officials Tomorrow


Cancer Cr at e
tver*i e y day to be
o" p-lmbi the lin crusade
d the Florida vm d th
Aalria Caer aSety i Ap
IL
I. P. GCnp, d Fat Lo
doidls, cirabr o Flr
WDhWs w e principal
speaker.
"Aituah -n tird o the
p"s who bhave ar are
bhhg cnred iW." he aid,
wit "popr w artm ad
loomom," om haf d thom

Gmpm" ru tse m

AlMa Caty d Ir
the a r em awPM
albott said that between
sOad ad$M Sf th. mou-
ey colooted io the n rid D
vi dring the enaL wi


Go with Spur...


Go!l dw mouc lip reuneras mna a the quality mtraks ab
g that y out r med abot Now what bhau m the
^lDery is But en gte is wbot h
rry b6LrkcrrL bm tO cFm L &t&we in
hiw kour s a senOti alSO bn e s & as Ma in
It Ose*t' le^ and hSorB Spas pU4rwar. Anim m


p to cancer re h at the U. S. State Deptat, told bia, Diie, Di
UnIw y of or M l the crusae workers hae yes Hamilton. La f
i Hospital. The pal O the terday that 90,0 people eachMadison, Marion
Florida Division Is $I 0. year die because they don't am, St. John
Victor SwanM New York, recognize signals ems ad Taylor and Union
depy mtmiobl darir o the do not take preaution at the meeting.
Cat er sade, sad the theme "With preset medical kow- April has be
of ts year's crede will be ledge, nly Mper cent of the Cancer Control m
"Tel Your Neighbor." Be said people who get cancer cannot ident Lyndon Jo
an vokoter workers who so- be cured and much is need Gov. Farris Bry
iit donations in dor or or medical research to solve
,ap n will be li id toth pmblem," he aid. Race Ta:
dic te problems of d ct He id the signifiance and ace
t caller ald taki prau importance of the recent re
m prt of the S. Surgeon G State .2
'It volunteers will be eral concerning lug ancer
eqp ed to give facts out and cgarets camn be ve TALAHASSEE
c er as well as take doa looked, but he pointed out tat Florida's 67 c
tios, and they ill have l -this is only o phase of ca eived 2000 so
avng facts about cancer," be car research. from the state ta:
sari Greep aid research is need- rease of 110
Grnp, who is peidt fed to combat leukemia (can-ear.
the Atlantic Federal Savings cer of the blood) and other Checks for $32
and Loa Asociation Fort fields of cancer. to the counties ih
Lauddale and a constant Volunteers from Alachua, latestdistribution
oa rational banking for the:Baker, Bradford, Clay, Cohan-from the tracks.


val. Gchrist,
lyette, Levy,
. Nassau, Put-
I's. Suwannee,
Counties were

en designated
Ionth by Pres.
ihnson and by
*ant.

K Earns

,000
(API Each
counties has re-
far this year
x on racing, an
,000 over last
,000 were sent
his week in the
n of the income


Keep the change


W*c told yu about Spur gasoli quaty. Now for the rel surpria.
pft a m ayoun moy. Right tha on the Spa pump the pri
w pln dms your avine. What's mm you get Double-Valu
Iimp 'i mv y p im And a eaim d s gifts for Better Living-
b hfri 's ft foBM color catalog. In addition, p l monthly offfe
Mr chiv Spmu r... usual vam for your family, your car, your
bus ... lb te impoutd coa -t below. Do yoa know any oth
qam nat gim you thbt three r at raa to drive in-al the tim?


NUMnbes of the Nthet
Mmb dk0*bqt
mm L-m bhm pa
hecity'sNah" km*L
de tues Ibap be
2 famills king in tme
DuvIl Zisam y School
an.
L V. Davis rported ye-
day U c al4rdbe mmh-
imp Med "et Le gop I
mmn suppo the FPe.
11 bad decdn.
Tie kWc le e i Wi mMt
Mday n I pIa. t Dual
mmoiary to lbe fa
plans fr a arpo to take
voten to the paest Us
day.
Steve Sto Doet Morres,
rie Narl, e PetersM
Lrry Howard, Bily UndS
wod Steve Holiem, George
MkUide Jim QImut,r Orai
Hall Hmry Couch, Tommy
Derrik and Phllip Halpea.


Si y boy w lit in aets
autw y i penmwn aMd
ui ca here tomow.
Thwtn d Bo Scoyut.
To wil be their fifth
annu l pmmrent day. It
put m beide the kaderd
tis anr, ia ed in county,
city, tat federL Unim sity
and boin offiee.
Their day in tbrity opei
their observance of Nati


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Of Events

Uhirsty VWn's Cba
C MB Bnd*, G" igt*
I pm., choboe.
Chapter 0, PED Sterbood,.
0 pa, Mrs. G. B. Iing-
F, =a west Udnury Aw


SAmerica Auodato o Un-
ivrerty women, a ft In.
A Backache May Be Eased 8d *?RW **a*I&
S.i 1 NW il l A umI.
By Simple Exercises i Gaie 0 ater. oa,
1 ,s, ui? .n.. e Masn T ple.
Backache ca be a drag onstrengthe your back muses( UniM ity Mothers' Club,
Otherwise vibrant UnlsatYj Mothers' Club,I
theriser via livf REdbnthere a many = emXw f bl" Meeting, ism, Mrs.
iasm flees when backache r I Georp, 3 NW
ste in. Evw tbou it is j~t c a~a yur kgs ev ret d Sreet,
Sdull tird ahe, it n ta a your mstr ed t a
fun out of life and often lead the floorinfront fo Raise DAY, erry
undertanday, to irit~ .l your head, arm, c and les, Gevile Bridge Club,
s frn n the floor. Do not bendIa.m, Hohday IOm.
i frt .a t .agbees. Return to pWtio Y Unted Cona lo CIrch
d ff l wo m t be bme to t be ab lift tm Wome Nigit Grup, 7: pm.,
i cpe than t-vey far frm the floor at first HoyTrinityb piopal rb
pary shar pain. Mrte iL another one. Tae the
If you have a continuing back- same start potion. Ask SAW Fekary
ache you should yaur familyasomeone to ho your eet down Pra MBcai l Cbf f Ala-
doctor for a checkp because soo te or a you raise yor ua County, 8:0 am., Ah-
many different conditions canhead and arms and trunk off of Ga general Hospital, Tr of
cause it Disease or organic the floor. Hold a few seconds uand 'Tainag Cent s
trouble could be the nstitor andreturn to starting ploitimon 3~ mlto tV4n AM, 12
or the condition may be due tod continue, iCarton V4 Armm, m = wN
poor posture or muscle weak- Today also want to give you et
es. The latter is often the an exercise with which to fght St. Patrick's Catholic Curch
case. theabdominal bulge which har-'Mardi Gras Dinner-Danc, 7
If you find that you ne toes so many women. Sit on p.m., Holiday Inn.


the floor with your legs straight, Bend knees. 3. Straighten
resting on the floor in front f ees. 4. Lower les flr.
you. Place your bans on the
floor back of youad lean back. I yae wnelie to have my
Raise both legs from the floor. eMeres far the ta I m ad a.
Bend both knees and bring them stamped, aself4dM ed ae
:up toward your abomen. Te lkp wt year m qmt br
-Straighten the legs and lower the leafet "Bac Tak"
them to the floor. This exercise Jemphine LwMa cahreof
S-has four counts: 1. Lift legs. 1 The Guiesvi S


Hints from HELOISE


--DEAR HELOISE:
- My big 54-inch, round dining
S-ruom table was quite a problem
.to find a tablecloth for (most
-round cloths are about 60 in-
eches) until I started watching
-bedspread sales in the news.
..papers.
- Now, when I find a suitable
: color, type cloth and pattern, I
- buy a bedspread, cut it down to
S72 inches. and ma'ce my own!
SBest of all, they are ver), very
Easy to wash and iron, good m-
Sterial and so inexpensive. Bed-
- spreads come in many types of
" materials and colors. Plaids,
- solids, rough weave, smoothed
Stexture.
ELIZABETH OLSEN


B b, how tr! Ples
edt what a rest ys or
wat ya tk y night ue
later.
Mari ha the riht ldea.


Brides'

Book


TODAY, Ferary I
!Wedding of Mis Sophia Am
Goe, daughter of Mrs. Frank
Gocek and the late Mr. Goeek,
ad William E. Shepard, sma o
4. and Mrs. Crawford Lites
ot High Springs, 7:30 p. m.,
'Mikesville Presbyterian
Curch.
Lod


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THE


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uOSEPIlNE


ABOUT PEOPLE
A magh the J0sh P. Medy k. YfO t Award
am las d t hinewYort Citya t t America Hotel
were eight Gaiesvile rents. A received cal W ta
tns for e fair, which was hw lsd by the adds of
P1silS1 IM"a& J el .
Reapo d r thir work for the mihy mretrd by the
rFondatn wee ReRqaneri head o S d Trainin
Celer, who w acsampeaMe by Ms. P s; Dr. Dmdl J.
Ml, Dr. Ftak W. POm, n r amt ae, Dr. Td
i Dr. er lm, dl mas f the University
of lorida faulty, ad Ter, a U graduate student
in pychiatry.
Mr. and Mrs. Plips pn to ren Suy after stopping
ovr a Wahwimoa wi th eir niee M. H. Psl and
Reerm d Pa In Alemdri, Va.
While in New York, Dr. Mme is visting his ong-te
friend, E J. Tayor, member of the New York Time
editor staff.

Mr. Myrt Cherry was elected a drectr and M s. Mag.
t are man was named correspding Secretar or District
nThre te IlBum ad Profeea Wan's Cb dutoh
a meeting Sday ak City. The two new tiers win be
inhtaled at the Apfletning h Ai e Bied with Mi.S
BHerI e L Weh, Brifor tl Stathet Departmu as in.
stalling officer.
e
District Three eludes 11 Nort Ctral c of the Flo
de Federation ofS Bsams and Praminl Waomen's Clubs.
S *
Dr. Lyn Tiye w rwil etr Saturday from Chicag-
where he is attdi sia of the Chia Detal Associa-
tion Cvetin. hle I Chico, he wil vit his daughter
Mn. Dd scer, and M. Sher, and his sisters, Mrs,
arles Amctt ad Mfr G. C. Mair, bothof A ora, Ill.
*
Meeting o the Stte Bod of the Assoatio Hospital
Auxliars i Orlao were attended recently by Mrs. An
Y. DeLy, who s medial career chairman for the organic.
ation, and Mr. Stey Balr who serves as director for.
the Northeastern drt


Vacation And Travel

Ideas Are Presented
Miss Carol Lane, Sll Ol fashioned dter outfit f e
Travel Coultant, wa guest ls and terminated it by de.
speaker for the GainesviDe osttng hoto pack a wrin
Woman's Club Amrian Bone kle-free M h sicase with a
Division meeing Wededay complete t e wardrobe.
morni with members of the
Junior Woman's lub as gu s. ac 9sker a & deao
More tan l attend. ad he wv mone bu adre


Mis Lamne began her tra
disussn by model a old

Pi KappoAlpha


be made ob 14 differet a !
tfe with ale s to

Idas for budetin a vaca
As d plans to make travel-


SlatesAnnual wli ch d "r,
Ia "wm ro prmmd.


Party honoring s W

Ties nvtatiom lMtb. us u m rs. .

The dhr Is plMad fI4
nLm amdihav naft aets d


MMMY M ART, ISATUDAY rmy r ap rhoe, m wt IU
S*Lun*.eoo honoring Mis Aaeb verIyenm.e
Purvis, fiance o BiDie N Plans forthe tea I w belg
DEAR HELISE: et Nmmnicdt Jr. of Jackson. made by Porter Ben, apter
Having four children I use ville, 2:30 pMrs. C. Addi- eside, and Jm CiQ d,
quite a few cans 6t vegetables. n Pund Jr. and Mrs. S. A. geral dira am d by
Husseay, Gnesile Golf and Mrs. LoydWiknaa fbry
I like to brown my vegetables Cuntry Club. houseoter.
in bacon drippings or butter in'
a pan so I haveY K N e left M
over. HEY KIDS !! N MM...o


I keplarge pitcher in the
refrigerator and drain all the


e b1 vegea o juices o it. I use
Watch yer as gabl. T s this juice later for gravey, soup
"aem ieres flof'eu. (home made and for diluting
*' canned soup), instant potatoes,


" DEAR HELOISE: ed did you ow
- Y our con colM use this leftover'
Shave my eteralgratitde for u for softening te
Sthe sggestio about nf t cuat's foad?
.ton gloves insie of br MrMARA
-gloves.
-- For years my nai have been
Lorrl because I s Newcomer
-oot wear rubber gloves. The WD* 1..1 D .:n
-ined o get Hold Bridg
-and mylined a get e Mrs Sad eA
after awhile. oth Mki develop h- the Mjai
- a horrible cmmy fam ag after g a d t the
-they have been wrw a short NXW-pI i t
-ttine thet sty cresna l
- L ack okamldS P t riatle wa
. eodbe diverd fr tai u, 11 Gr d a m
- tba at p dtf tld co wa awasied st. th
"coamei gos" in o drug ,
- tore. They don't lot lbe M -- ma l r


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Malaysia,Filipinos



Indonesia Agree


By DON wm
ANWGK IThanad (AP)-
Maysia, Indonesia and the
Ph mipp s announced today
they had reached "some meu
ura of agreement" to make
the cease-fire effective in the
guerrll fighting o the d m
mioe modoeN aya fro-
tier o Borneo.
The three prinipals h the
Malaysia dispute als finally
asked U.N. SecretaryGnral
U Thant to designate Thlad
assupervisor f the shaky
truce, won by US. Atty. Ga.
Robert F. Kennedy oa his
S cent Asian tour.
Reprmetatl of the thne8
countries met in closed esMi
for 3 hours and minutes o
the second day of their confer-


ence seeking a
crisis.
They emerged
unique signed by


solution of the

with a cromm-
Philippine For.


IN HE cincurr co r or n&.
RIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CICUIT,
IN AND FOR ALAHUA COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
FuoIAL NATION AL MOTGAoEo
GASOCUTCW. a sMqUr.
td.
TILADI W. OaeTS. and wie.
CYNTHIA MADE D IBMT
eistml o nII
NOTICE Or SUITrr
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE O
FLORIDA
?Os CYNTHIA MADE ROBERTS
Cres Coky. Forida
Jackeagville. Florid
IT arn hrbsy ases tie a UK
Rto eiy has bee brought agal
you by FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION. a erporslleo.
as Crats Cud. Eligl J s eaiM Cr.
cul i n dl er Alachi Coety. apwHe
to b Cicd luCaMt. l JreIldal Cr-
an nera, Mvraod. ordered ud
required e* pwir wris a er
or daefss to Uth CoWplaiWt O
herel aul ait Iyo l M nab ve
titledam aus Ia t le 0 1the
Celu k tb Cireuln utn t SAd W
Alaciu Cjty. Florida. i Ui of.
fin la the ourthouse Gainesvile.
TFors, a r belon the day M
arch. A.D., IMd, and to serva a
e r of ab k sew u ow r de fur s upI
SGray, Chadler, O'Neal. Carlile
& Aera. PlalWl'i atter"ary her
it. twhs asdresn P. 0. Bu 44d
Galmesvll. Frldsa. ls or Aemn
sMd date u airdl r the hwws
STlrid. le s sai tou do a De.d
rea Pre Co e will nr e mtered
agaluat yn Mr te im demand d
Is the Cmp&s0t.
You as* lfste seMesU that the
mature l said r It fhr a brnelMsn
Of a medrag mediated by yio tIv
tue hnleri de*eried rtpe I oi-.r
vuat. lycting ad blo i Al/taeay
comty. Florida. toIwt:
Let Fttyow (<41. PFwty-tw (42)I
uad the Wet Half (W) of1 let
Portrthree (I), Block "C", Oak
Hill uAdivisem. per pla tsbus.o
Sresedd ti Plat Meek "A". p, e
1i et thew pble rWeds of Ale*a
*a Oranty. Florida.
It Is hereby rtered that ti"
ordwe uad amtke dl hbe published
em a wea r four eaentive
au t the Calasrill Dally .am
a uppe published lI Gales.
vills. Alachua Coast. Florida sad
havib a iSaeral elratlad t* Ala-
thua Couty. Florida.
WITNEM my had as Cita of the
said CItram Curt of Alsacu Cat.A
tr. kar usd t asal Iof S ad
Fart OGakHtsill. Alaew Gaddry.
Florida.- e ti a day FW ebarr.
J. 3L CARMICHAEL. Cek
Ir :rse u M W ,
kw* Clet
(On 1: II. M, 9


soas e M WlS be Mseie Vs
as booed ad cnl uM t0 P.M.
Ul-ay. Mate ULo to Re
lu l Lo w Q rMi a dr
wta M And o nase Wri l 6
ar tilm u Ui rtN a


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emw wibe a wepas td iac


ha omll d M tIo Dr.J. B.
Cdi blees. 0 e aus. Nard
SCflNL. CS O r. WWom iM ./
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P hanyto Slvad r P. Lo.
pzeMlasom Depsyy Prm eA
Minister T Abdd ank adbr
mnsian First Deputy Pr
Miniser and Forin Mnstrw
Subaodrik which :said
"We hav had explcrat
talks .ad we have r amdj
som ae fres Sof a I
on giving principle
thie cease e dft re ein Br-
IorKalihal a. "
KalimantMa is the Malay"
ame for Breo, which l ow
la sares wi the alaya
state of Sabeh and Sarawki
aSd Ole MI" proteolrae oN
Brunei.
The commmine Sid the
takes woul rume Friday.
Rank tod ewmes the tee
had pad particular attento to
the quetio of Indoneian
backed perils o Malaysian
soil in North Borneo.
Rank said the issue of Brit-
sh troops, who ar helping d
fend Malaysia under a defense
agreement, was not brogh up.
Nor m or wI omn
TO SGISTER M rFXITrIM NAME
m umal e a Sa to lwd llMam
W. Jr.. ea11 11 d1en f b1eis -
ale asr oer b eA a d 4a
f "seri Me mo-amuA.* aGsaRO&
viut. Ailmoa Com lrida.
Wif to wte saimd ebm sam
maor t9e i fur eef u a ns.
At GOaUte ,r, ais t WAt
day o Jan. UMy, a.
GeMna J. Lthomae. Jr.
ISMH 1:1;. a. 10 2:4
I Te CaMCUT OV or L.
IDlA EIGHTH JUDICIAL C 1T.
IN AND FIM A ICUUA r CONT.
IN CHANCERY.


SLV A AU1ER DR4 UMNOID.
DWOSU NO.
PAUM IGAOL DRUNMOND. No




Alashes n. r M i.hIII i
NOTICE or SMI
TO: Pet CallU Durmad
NODmr Stan

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its sAvaa .t.udt Mr.tsee. a illmsi.
oimil t e tYr h aiisk 4ial
t Oan M4 Ue. Ua k Wll1re to1e1ply
ulses iwt be sesIt ngal p
aseIsebig t ar.
wleasmy how lad seal d ew
Cinci Coed. t.iN OjSNday of Jim
aty. A.D.. IUM.
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An uoual n it MA f
turning preriiy dra
al Bde fibed: wa of ad
Shi pror o the Unver-
dty Fluor cana
The eia t Gdlery I


art pdasrs: Roy C. CraM,
leeth Kerrk, Hoi H.
Hlrook, Jobs G. Naylor, P.
L uMlnolh, *bt bUy,
Suart Per, JAi Ward ad
Hiram D. Wlims. EiMA
"Ihe WorkIg'Drawinl," it
eotleu through Feb. 14.
Gaery is ape Mooday
thdFriday fIun t am to
o Ad frm a to 5 pm.
'Lel h t bibit alh the
obarw e tox tmine t total
cop the artist from his
early f ultimonf a creative
piee work trogh to its
fnal cdakt" said Art De.
rt ent Hea Eugee E.
Grisaom.

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To All Critorn 4 Prsrse Ha
to ClauM re DU& A" led
Yea id we Sp'rW M b*
&MstWd ad nreke to rest an
claims -A iem ds wheh pa. ra
*to Wfp. liurs mnes thi
uate s Jaomo Friaek Ca*sk.
hmo. WIMoi. latu; UK Csyn,
to the Couty JudP of Alasha Cem-
ty. oria. at Uis es. loa e art
heo said Cisti at Gabsylle.
Florida. with sie solsofar mets
rmi tb time of 0 frst prja-
tie 0 tal owtie. %ee elait or do
mad ball bho toe rilaAg ea sB!
sIate thel pl- of I, Mae d sat
Iae l sdrsm of ta elImeu. sA
ia0 be Nwes to I Uw eAsUim.
bib &ge m a Atton. sad asp yet
tliu or deimnd mej A sM SU)
he void.
r;LM. JORMAH
of Jams Fataideliaa.
irst dzeie rqbsIry la. UW
Clara nfyd Ga .
11 WOs Ulvnrty iet
GalneMlC. Florida
AtUoiw fo Adnialdralriu
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Florida Law Lainds 36 Cuban Fishermen in Jail


Y WEST, fla.
It7cI carni deo
md Casro aiiam.
a--i'-Wr**fr I-^-


noridr audiorje
the 0e1 Wedmemdy ol
federal officials had
ham for three days,
The United Stest
then over to Flor,
federal aw prolw de n
far heply f08 ih
can waters.
Ast. State Atty. Gen
cob said the m fa h
sibe oneyear saetei
NOTcE or Men
TO fGIUTER m ICWa
Perust to WIN I"
Matm asulme i s -.tI
he Mordied. L. 0. Gma
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arm -M. o(Q&C c
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iMr te YrW 1 tat
an th per. I of Ie
matms.
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S sry d Fnmery." AZD..
R. 0. Uan &
Jo. M. ChatSm
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(AP) ue a both dle a lorid lIlid aboard thr tmkn. Tel In Havana,- Cub Foreign Roa asked the U.N. to "de
iW JEw burial ai WIie I rm botbs were hrded thee by the Miteraul Roa set a note and the immediate reWeae of
* by twotli fIrm ste 1waitrw Coat Guard fr Flrida's Dry of protet to the United Nations the fisermn kidnapped and the
h egal- Af tr Cuba ls ad Co- T au b wh they sy e incident rise return of the ships."
wates. bian Amerkoms m erded t ernatonal peae and ecury. INr cow JUDr COUn.


van anoroi sUe SARANAw
eima Couty Ji whre t a ing Mimi that n o. a Nr

td .toward U.S. waters. TUL .N, c e. "th askrea teas or d.S
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k c we mO hadi T. e S, s ra i.U CORPOAAThON i&Sah PauL B Rs na lmeacutni
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Eat Afr icOlaM M d. .
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A Iberia, TangaPia ad
- Siera Lam Ae, Ugand
IrP Maca ow C
-4 KOea, Nigeria ad Sim bas Prince S k sad he A we
-Loe had geed to a Phlippl far-
:. Uganda, Taganyika sad f| On for c
S t-Ktnrina 1. tmtleae o Cabodias
m Terrmie, ttaed dispute with the United
nd d rim Wa States 5.Johz A. as CIAp
an aplk K SkftS i getting up a avalMbaW director
a* uprillwg Kwlha Province i n ua ua la a direct
Iri ee Maa Y i tl lufirst jcotmic report
Sa. y & metln o border d- to Congr, Pdensdt Jolm
Rb Pe putedhLma cited a o thee adnces i
S.ein aif trade Wh I o- the 19 record pt that
Stawn Ambmadinrto FmiandCtrl L personal iBcm bad oe
tRowan MW d o p ap 17 per cent ashe U
SAftera thr yv irti toMa. IPe up 23 per cMt race lm
mlaffor tal with Piippne La Hodge ra Seretary : Uanqpboyt d,. which
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INCOME TAX 2. Hry Cabot le as am- 11, he f to 3 per cent
baado to Soth Vit Na thep goe aia predict
GAINESVILLE Pierre Saiger asim. e m asked by io in
BOOKKEEPERS tal presaeary the last te yesn
4. Edward R. Marrow as 5 balance payments dei-
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he mUb a Illt o Jb ka


Lt Wed bat
SLrace hase
S. color lon as at
"-t a of watched loagpe
5. streo at
lMuas tI Afive-pol plan fr freeS
SPreident John told COn i mm ms was
grss that habd started S rbyp sid Jo as
retod bumss eMiqm but dim mrmma taf
lhat the econ ey md fa um ledIn
recessioa unless there was
prompt eacmnt of 1. Geeva
L tariff r tions
L elecumtba b forDeign t aSMei
aidtonemtrabl 4Pari
. high price upprts for
what and dairy prduts At the UnSersity f M i
4. tacut sippi medical Ceter, doctors
Sa bid toenter the Cmm tm rari kept a dying
Market patient ave water what is be
7. Inhis budgetme to Coleved to have bee the first
gse, President Jobnsm ub- mcsumul tramplant of a
mitted a fiscal budget of1. liv
approximately iey
1. t bliou heart
2. t7 Mlon 4 brain
3. 19.A biHioln 11. I Cattmg, Tbe., a
4. $01 billion jury was sealed to ear the trial
5. 1017 biin of Teamters Praidet James
Haeina chirp of


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Many people are stingierwith themselves on mattresses than with
anything else in life. They are leepsates!
They'H go for years on a lumpy old mattress they bought or
inherited when they were married and couldn't afford a betterone.
Nobody sees it, so what's the difference! You sleep on it, so
whats the difference!
But, oh the improvement in sleep they could have on a brand
new Beautyrest by Simmons! With a new Beautyrest they'd
wonder why they ever put up with that old third-grade monster
mattress from earlier days.
Every three or four years they'll buy a new car on which the
first year's depreciation is from $500 to $1,000. But they may
hesitate to spend $79.50 on a new Beautyrest (or only about $10
more on a supersize) which will last at least 10years.
The best sleep on earth-Beautyrest-costs you only peanut?
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ThIb Is the time of ye when a ports fan ha a p
lem. He does't know in which direction to ook.
Basketba bot kclee and high chm s uing fl N
Florda wi start iprg foobl d s a week from Sa l.
The major league b ll team will to work thm week
after that at various bas in the Smhine Sate. UF spring
orts team, baeb, track, and temi, are l At a
work. Swimming U style, b far frm over.
. Spring football promises to be doubly interesting this year
for the Gators. Coach Ray Grave has a revamped lineup of
assistants. New coaches Ed Kenser, Fred Pamm t d Billy
Kinard have replared~M Dinm Job Doald atOttis


Mooey, Graves still s seeking a No. 1 recruiter for the spot
vocate whe Sterln Duree went back to Georgia. An a-
nomcmeot a this may come son.
vimnr G in wa tg et the al sprinhd rawee pla
with nagers ntna nt to the t e-am ss
uma wds l orl me wta in m i a gl
setip b Mi ofdi te tschma Be hor The betting farm
a tbaee-teai pr am.
Tae s speculation about the personnel makeup of the
potential No. 1 dub in the spring. Iftseniors are excused,
talented linemen Dennis Murphy, tackle; Roger Pettee, ce-
ter; Bil Richbourg, guard, Sydney Maclaan, tackle; all will
be abet. Ditto for quarterback Tom Shannon, halfback Je
ry Newcomer and fullback Larry Dupree.

Watch the Quarterbacks
s opens spring drills ide, wide, wide for may sophs
morred shirts and junors-tbe to make their presence
felt
Much of the above is speculation, though, as regards per-
snnal. Pettee, who missed almost the entire 1963 season due
to injuries, may work this spring. Shannon, however, is a ta
noted first baseman in baseball, a position that diamond men-
tor Dve Fuller can use him.
ha Ik is at uarterack that m t the speelatim rMes
S a spri. Tq ete Swtve srer of JM Cit. y, Tm.,
p hfrelt year's fne db, wll get a g1d b k. Ala, Ea
Strph- d of Peaea b, the hard-thwing passer. Amd Jim-
my Ha, mad mdy as a placei4cker the pt tm eas
hi wh e lald faslei a passes a na ig rsigal s ller.
Local interest will follow John Felber, former Gaineville
High All-Amerca. Felber was red-shirted last eas but will
get a ful trial this time. Barring any new injuries, he could
tur oat to be the "find" of this spring. Provided he still re-
tailn that "k stinaet" bat characterized his riing for-
GHS.
With mch new, coaches, players, rules the IF e-
cessmi department would do wel to consider printing a
program for spring workouts. Tl fan will need me.
Caught on the Run
U cage coach Norman Sm again plans his um er
basketball camp. Location this year will be the Howey Acad
emy at Howey-n-the-ill. Emphasis will be on youngsters,
esp lly the junior igh and early high school boys. More
details later here or write to Soan at the UF athletic doe
partmat.
Geria Tech ists It wll aie by all Smeaitesm CaM
lemne ree sing regdlims masealy in fthB -ev
thgh e shael as dned set of the ceraelase to ge Its
eini a t way. Tecah l a begin to recrit gliMden asit
the SC starts.
lorida's freshman bketall team will play South Caro
ine at 3 pn. on Tueday, Feb. 11, at Florid Gym.


Russian


As-ee- Prm Spgto S
DMISBmUCi, Aust (AP)-
ha m am winning h pld
alb for Rumi at te ninh
lYat Oymbpics
Te are having trbe.
ad tmw women I partio r
am d6 mat od the Set
PM-3 mew ,dk
M&m. IM edt od mda

tem, Frmac and Fr-
h eh bm tahee
AaMrlc are LIding corn
httea in tfact tha the Unted
tal ad Bla Me tied h
pi medas,. M ee, ift aly

lay.Plans

To Picket


IMPOKTAT PERSONNEL ON JOURNEY
... ToWme (L), Peek, NMrte (R)


Basketba


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One of M

By TED MIBE
Asseeated Press Srts Writer
Thii is a memrbe ye
for many college basketball
U 's Pv Ftean Adlph
Rupp mleds th career
viky t i imy Diue's.
Vik Bub ia r his 1Wth
milestone Wedneay night.
and Slats Gill o Oregon State
are nat h ln o celebrate.
t need aly t e vic-
lries to hi the linu Gll
aeds eiht for s mile-
Bua, 34-yearol native Aof
Gary, i, bd wno wries asi
State 4 almd setr;n Atlan
Coast C e i cord
strat OC vitoiead s.
tlie Bke Devi, meveath-
ranked D *ally is b Aso-
ciated ePn poll oby
op at heha Wedfi hed s ol
awte p isoa. .Jeff Mr,
ad JaBuckley combined
for of h h ce







Iraion.4
CP od Vilanoppd a bat
13h sigat vo and 10th-

Nsd An W75 i two oterf
te q ranm. Ray N eer,
cin over oa, within
fourth vcori of hii ou3se d
Cincinnati sppd a five-
gaue e strea byt defeat
ing D 174, Memphis
State d Creig its first
oe defeat of the eao 6,
Syr add Niagara m
in orttr oanDave Bink's
sho with four seconds
lAsd Olhom City ao
S extra period t defeat
Pt.uim07. 75. 1 ,
Ce0BMta vmwlOi, w
17-1; G aN e as fl-point de-

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Sa.' S. ie. Cusbalt u
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I1 Year


memoriess







eitt beat tn Boenis at Phi
delpa's Palstra. A cmer
hot by George Ltwich put
he Wildcat ahead for ood at

DePal, ai only beaen once
made t record 14-1, a J
Nab dipped a 2 points ad
grabbed 1 rdboms. It marked
he first time in nine years t
he Sue Demon have defted
Notre Dame twice in one lea-
an


Bud Will


Finally


Polit

OKLAHOMA CTY (AP) -
Bud Wilinson, who poied
fame as a winning football
coach, is out to win at a new
game-politics.
he former University of
Oklaoma coach took the long-
awaited step Wednesday when
be announcd he will seek the


Plans Are

Being Made

For Softball


be Gaineville


Departmlj making pas for
the M ala seem
Anyone inerested in. enter-
ing a team in the City, Bus.
ness or Church Leage should
top by he Rereation Center

eague and March 4, or B
s and aurch hop
The Iemeat Departmnt
ae is tting up an smodi
mo for dtbhall oficidls Pr
msos nerted in working sof
Sgame should stop at the
Recreation Cte or drop a
better to the deptmet to sig-
sly interest
A cliic w L e et up for
softba officials It will be
ndty at persons work-
Mg local stbDl eams ihis
Smattlid the d es.


Winning,


I U '
Ite m acoun temd t ohe M W iny OIYmep Jof 7:4 g pave ina be
Sit f the Soviet Pold medal, bSat h teM r than court plce
d lon y flrand ad
a s mmin s evets. IlA of otb Rn f o. ehkin like GriwM in the
Sbkomiva aone collected fo ites; meter, was the dee
in the speed skating. Oaa We ,0 s ai of Nor. M in the M mdfL
oyrth harvested two m t ut deMer -. fnie f to
il the Nordic ross country aters in ha S se-second the besaw Valley
res tter.am. Ke o Johainsm wm Gms.
A venh gol medal went to in2 *M e d by Fed An. M BoyasittM wom l er ose
the Soviet p figure skates, to Ma ia 1:.t at god medal Wenisday In
Luadilla Beousra and her Aklthe g ad i the fivenetr (11 male)
hinead Oleg Pretapopov. skr be the co entry race. She i-
p. 1 Mor.t- .iOm*ac den'a ousty -r the Nrtmllmeter (6.2


ac oSy oWiet vicr so I
in a completely mesa's evet w
Vladmir Melanin the bit

lmb IaTnfmh
Russi has run int trouble in
the men' peed a So-
vit atrmo ib the past.
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b that e would march ea M (AP) Dene Wa 01
mIA Soby Usto' mbin. O C. ulrr,
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bg 4mp Saturday in what ae a tbmrehek e t he b bel d k mk at
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Gators

Florida's W Gato
11 away fran hme n South
asien Cofercem play this
meaoam, wl try to do some-
thig aboat the four. ame
road trip that invariably,
over the past years, has
buried the UF in the league
race.
Coach Norman Si 's cat
ers to T scaoa tomor-
row afteron for a Satur-
day night dub with Alaba-
ma, coealBme to Auburn
for a Moday game with the
Tem, play at Missibippi
State a Monday, Feb. 17.
In at years the Gators
have bean fortuate to win
one o the four games on the
road awing. Generally, it's an
4 og after the two weeks
away frm home.
Added slaceve
The Alabm game Satur
day wil be one with add-
ed incentive. The Crimon
Tide players did not take
kindly to marks by Flori.
da players (after the UP won
here, *1) that they were a
bunch "foul mounted i
literaes.
Hoem er, th Tide dB is
wrapped up in a loiig streak
in SEC play, having dropped
there in a row in the cofer-
ence and four straight
Auburn, which the Gators


Want


Different


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beat 63-4 here, stunned Van-
derbilt last week and appar-
ently is rounding into the
form expected of it this sea-
son.
Dew Years
Both Mississippi and Mis
sippi State are having down


kinson


Takes


ical Step

Republican nomina for the
US. Senate from Oklahoma. The
His cheering sei- play a
lRep s-is lned up am nRudy
de the field, mady p Frank
at a moment's tice. On the photo).
their side o the eld s the jeer-
sg seetmoi tl Democrat
but including a few p bi
e tm. M,
le state's No. 1 Rpublican,
CGo. Henry Bellumo, hailed
Wilkloni's decision He said t
win stroke Okam a's
Republican party d e two-
prty ,syei." Gai
Ober Ce s p trGinft
Leading the other camp b re- y. t
action were Too Harri and i o
Forest BWe, two h a moel more
cadidate for the GOP Seoate moe
Harris, Okah oma Cty
businessman, wanted a tmen ivl
rippng into WUi m, who has sweep
been the center f political '
Melation for these
Harris ad the m coach
showed "his nb to exp s Buti
where he stands issues," ent pr
and added: "By his indecisio, ndged
I think be handed the phary." time fr
Beall, former state GOP year. I
chairman, said the race still is also ho
wide open, and added: be --also
more candidates we get in this Cocoa
primary the better it will be." I
When Wilkison changed his P. K
regisation last week from
Democrat to RepMlcan. ull
dited Wkim would low W
the primary.


But..


years. But the Rebels still
have Donnie Kessinger, the
league's No. 2 scorer. State
has Babe McCarthy, a shrewd
coach who has no love for
the Gators.
Off their play to date and
their potential in the SEC


race, the Gators could win all
four games. But history has a
tendency to repeat and it ap-
pears the contests will be
deadly struggles from start to
finish with the Gators likely
to suffer the fate that has
marked this journey every
other year.


Hawthorne Boys
Hawthorne Hornets will seek victory No. 9 tomorrow night when they
t Fort White. Front row, from left, are Larry Reaves, Benny Beckham,
Blackwfll, John Robertoon and Don Gilland. Front row, from left, are
Atkinson, Roger Glass, Billy Griffin, Andy Fultz and Dexter Bender. (Sun



ore Rugged Opponents


On Hurricanes' Docket


sville High School,
o get back oa the win.
de after last week's
power Cocoa, faces
Sthe same tomorrow
hen it journeys to Day-
ach to play Mainland.
saturday, GHS will host
cala and will bid for a
over the Wildcats. Te
wo the previous game


Mainland poses
oblem. The
GHS, 504, in
ay here earll
n addition, M
Ids one of the t
in overtime -
this year.
PKY On Rad
. Yonge, roll


three wins in a
up for the app
Mtore Conernm
it plays at Orea
tomorrow night


mba) ems country. The Blue De
here recently
The tussn gir hal a time hrdr to dwn
of 17:51. Mirja Le d of court
Feand was seod in 17: 2., Santa Fe s h
.a Aktinr Kdeki, oatl nymadtheRd
awas trd :L. botsdesf nig
asatUer, will be
Anoer o medal Wdes the 'Cat
day wet to A irtae J Staru isnbt
nF ml and Man Stea Beach athe
inthem pirs toI rThey hopeful dof
h d a the of 1:4. fr the tw No. 1 Starke
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opposition thisL
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Other area frays will find
Lake Butler host to Green-
ville. The Union Co. Tigers
can sew up the Northern
Division regular season title
in the Suwannee with a win.
Trenton, whipping into con-
tention as one of the area's
top quintets, will entertain
Crystal River in a bid for vic-
tory No. 15 of the year. The
Tigers already have beaten
the Pirates once this season.
Also on tap tomorrow,
Cross City goes to Mayo where
Dixie Co. Bears will gun for
their 13th success in 20 tries,


Newberry is at Williston
with the visiting Panthers try.
ing to end a 14 game losing
skein for the year, Melrose
hosts Taylor and the Mustangs
are 0-7 on the year, Keystone
Heights will seek to balance
its record at 7-7 for the season
while Hawthorne treks to
Fort White in a bid for victory
No. 9.
On Saturday, Bronson, mov-
ing along steadily toward an.
other fine record, plays at
Crytal River, Melrose hosts
Orange Park and Bell goes to
White Springs.


ovr Gator Does Keep Up Pace

Switch And Rip Gas Jets, 89-29
Gator Does continued their Last Saturday's postponed
winning ways last night in City games between Duke Lumber
S League basketball with a land Penn Chem and Fire De-
eague .l t apartment and Sunland Bears
ill tune sided triumph over Cenwill be played on Wednesday,
g Key. trail Florida Gas Jets at P. K. March 4, at GHS.
t when Yone gy It was the seventh
Springs straight victory for the Docs Wa..ln McDoell 1,M
Laughil, 204. Jones. 54 0. Dam,.
The other game at PKY saw Lo6; ing, t MacMllU.. 3t
It PKY r. ... |Tot. 3961
mit P1I Communicafion Workers edge; GAS JES Pers.. 2-24: Torr..,
re to be D u mb e r, 51-. At Gaines- .4; Roler, 2-;5, McDonld 04.
Sg; Sirer, 3-1.7; G a, 14-3; Krider,
hirome ville High School, Tipoff Club 'i .1o0I. 12-52
Scort by quarters:
rallied in the last half to top cator boy. n n3 ua
Maclenu Sunland Bears, 514, and Penn U JetU a 1 -a
tohad a won from Fire Depart-! -
eat Lake ment, 51-23. cwA -Atwood. 4-5-13; tockda.
rite over i-1-7. Tham. 2 3-7. Fultoa. 511-21:
Dick Odom, former Wake 'UAi W .1 1-12- ToL
randia Forest player, led the Does to P4K R -
Ganed. 244: Small, 0";4- P Pwell, 0-
oes are their win with 24 points. Paul'";: slu. 24: Eld. -o a; sa.
victory Watson added 22 and Bert Mc- o.a ~ 4, .: .k 4.
t seven Dwell and Norman Jones each Sm by quarters:
,* 19 1 s 16 l2-41
Stated had 10. Duke Lu.mbr 14I 13 11 --
aience Don Fub hit 2l for CWA
en -c. TnWOF CLU Baidula, 2.24,
Sin while BI Welber made 13 for r I', -.:; UeGrm s-; Stri.
D Duke Lmb ue' e." ; rW 11. N oner.
lay up- 12-r; Tralner, 44; Donium. .m ;
y. 1*upW. BLC 14-.
Bill Donigan paced Tip O un 7_"MeNu 1111. i4.14
off C(lb wih U8 and Pete Rob. rilel, 4 la; rek. M4; latn.
o.e, 1-l4; Gw 044;1 praise.
Sa its ertso had 11 for Sunland. 1+2; Than -I 14 MArtr.,
s, Is 41i C; Ce 4te ; l ft i Zl.
Bilm Wi er hit 22 for Pe l"n mar foa u Twal.
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Chem ad Joe Deniels had sev- scm br suum:
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a Alls Ray Ster, 5; J"a Doak,
SS and Da Shaw, 5.
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pole vault record hoer John
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but tre eek because of'
two fractures and will mis at
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Future Looes Rosy for


American Football League


0 Ia Ink 9ag
By ARMTR DAIS
NEW YORK Whr tb
Sow deldum t Al AIric
.Confer we nc i in m ts
Formative s e us rival for
the National Footb ll ague
almost a yen Ia, the top
brass in the established
league openly moored at sch
T 'hey don't oven on a
' football" Md mer Lay
den, thn the N.L cam-
mldhew
Eitbhr -h r h rience
ar design th A.A.C co
Smissioner we eepy Jim
'*Crowley, Layden's cdo
Friend ad former team te
:in the Four Horeman back-
field at Notre Dme. The
crack by hi old buddy
struck Sleepy Jim on the fun-
nyboe. A wk later they at-
tended the ol banquet and
Somnolent Jams arrived
WM a football under each
Sarm. a mplantly he bran
OdhWed them adet.
: 'aok, Emer," he aid,
e said, "we now own two
* footdalls."
SUnlike all other leaes
:which had previuly tried a
:caeBnl the NnL oly to
:met wth quick disWa he
* A.C. wea more sudly or-
pied ad bett financed.
But it it struggled for four
:*seao and then capitulate
:s the Cenland Brown,
So Francisco e and Bal
*time Cobt were absorbed
:*into the NFL. e war had
ended.
Red Ink
If it didn't end in blood, it
ended with both leaps
':awash in red ink. 'be final
seasonn saw only two teams
' In all professional football,
the Chicago Bears and the
Washington Redskins, with
black ink on the ledgers. 'e
NFL dropped two and a half
million dollars but the A.A.C.
was whacked for six and a
half million. Peace, it's won-
derful.


A decade later another
group of brave men decided
to buck the N.F.L. by now
even more heavily entrench-
ed. They formed the Amer-
ican Football League.
Chances of survival seemed
slight even though there was
some loot from television to
prop up the rickety struc-
ture. What under minded it
most was the grossly mis-
managed Titan franchise on
New York, the one spot
where a strong operation was
absolutely necessary.
The first flicker of hope
for the A.F.L. came a year
ago when the Titan were
taken over by Sonny Werb.


li, a mn with money, r
inatta, entiamsm and
buerouad mes. Fe
rmn them th Jets and
ied the leage Yetpr-
spects still were nt
whdig. La than a
ght ago, howev,
tk apm ied hi wi *
fact the course of pro foo
bal hidsory.
Permanacy


Tie new leue fe iob C
windfal. When te Nat
Broadcastig Comp Ay h
Mo,Wo for a five 1y
mctract to televise As.I
games, it red the par.
acy of the fledgling organf
atin. With each team e
ring m0 guarnteed
come ally, non can p
sibly fai. Whether the N.,
kes it or not, the A..L 4


ent to stay.
It i toj b pre d g that
the Sko p iA ma b a
swaft .u l~ ..I the
chmned BbdaL AplO"
w a wadis tacle for
th Uaveni t 'f Tn. He
wa Jaft by the Horus
es of ithe AJ.L and by
the DaL CowblE f the
N.rL Bt Dtbu yilde
thono g. righb to t
Pitbt Stmimsa x a-
chmp fr Bnddy Dial, a
pive p end of h Cm
eime t ac sfor the
older lue aed to doer a
arpmat wio h the scout
for the ypr and lead er
league jut couldM't at&
"We c offer you suri-
ty," the .FL. birddop
would May "the other Iuage
hau as pesio plan and


Starts Sunday February 9
I 1


A special series of 20 ortiles; from this
delightful book will strt in the Goineville
Sun on February 9.
It's a whimsical guide to behavior for
youngsters dults wlI find it mot amusing
as well.
The author is a faLr, a resident of sub-
urbia, a novelist, a poet and a plywright who
believes that kids nedlfo new st of rules to
grow up by in this changing ytld. this omus-
ing book is the result of that belief,
Your whole family will enjoy this unusual
series immensely. Look for it in the



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might fold quickly."
Bt no l is there any
chance of the A.L folding
and it is kreU ng ts bar-
galng poution by putting
in a pension plan. Hence
Appleton faced with a choice,
took the Oilers over the
Stlers. Of course, Houston
Spgave him the sun and
the moo and the stars be-


ane his salary and fringe
bmits could bring hima ,-
I per annum for four
years, an utterly ridulous
sum to pay for an untried
lineman. It also would be a
ridiculous sum to pay to any-
one less than a Jimmy
Brown, a Paul Hormng, a
Y. A. Tittle or a Johnny
Unitas.


'Ie practical men wo nm
the N.FL arald han come
to the realtam o that the
other league a w a a guar-
nteed future. Evm though
they themsels have a mil-
lin-a-year televiin bankroll,
they won't be silly enough to
engage in dollar warfare be
cause it has lost its effec-
tivenes. But there wo't be


the slightest effort made to
give the A.F.L a welcome-
into the-ib party. Rela-
tions will remain on the chil-
ly side.
Not until the new league
even begins to approximate
the old one h talent parity,
will the thaw commence -
anywhere from two to five
years from now. It will start


INVENTORY

REDUCTION


with pre s e ason exhibition
games between the two
leagues. Eventually and only
because the public will de-
mand it, an inter league
championship play off will
climax each season.
As of now the Nationals
would slaughter the Ameri-
cans from top to bottom.


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Thunday, February 1964


he article in Suoday's su
muancg that Ijoined be
pqer ave hde hnprnm
tat I m a New Eland.
Its true that I spent over a
year in New England (Maa-
chusetts) while pursing
graduate study in biology at
Harvard Univety. How*
ever, I m a Soulheer a
laslana native. It wasthere
tat I attended h hoo
and colp and MSed an
bnted over the m en a t
Upo r ivng a B. S. de-
gree I biolo ad chemistry,
I went to the Univw ity of
Nebiraba t u e graduate
study ain aology ad aoo
gy, and coated to lant
and fish the Froma hre, I
went to Harvrd I am no
very pleased to be back t he
South- the p ce ow best
and enjoy mot
It is my goal in writg this
column, which wil appear
each turaday, to brk to
you the mutmamout of
information a ea hating
and fishi I lme this
opportunity to serve you.
Gainesvile is heir to both
mgni nt fishn watm
and hu g ounds. Where
ele can a fresrater fsaer-
mm travel m only Ul m s in
any direction and stand a


Roman May

Be Another


Champion
MIAMI, la. (AP) Fltrida
boosters think they may have
another Kentucky Derby ner
in a strapping young 3-year-old
named Roman Brother.
On te bubasis of record to
date, Roman Brother could take
Ais place alongside Needles and
Cay Back, only other Forida
breds to run in the Kentucky
Derby and win it
Roman Brother, gelded on of
Third Bother out of Roma
elphyr by Roman, has never
been out of the money n his
eight races and Wednesday won
the Baams Stakes by 3 C
lengths.
In doing as, Roman Brother
defeated Journalist, Mr. Brick,
Supers and nine others in the
seven-frlong sprint and justi-
fied his role as favorite with the
crowd of 184 at Hialeah. The
time was 1:231-5.


be of hookig a word's
eind bass or speckled
perch? Where ee n a Ialt
water ierma travel y 75
mile to fish in etir the At-
lantic or the Gulf of Mexico?
Where else can a hater tv-
d eoly 4I mas (or l) ad
be m boh sall ad bi me
cotry? POiy se oher
cdy Int orlda m a ~m t
dertion, but mertay no
place Coa r that bh
li- in ub TeIJ,
pufor aW Slit to
to "pod' fising arm.
11 is aolmon for a fillegan
toc from a for aMam
beomafrimufaawr u
Cera Georgia (for a
pie, Ma) ibr a day of b
afi&g La Do
we a sportN. apdte
ar munparaud par
ti? I Iearnot. S e to y
&dt realikai of a el is
ieed a sgpet to is o-k

Afield


For those die hard hauem
who haven't yet forsaken te
m gunr theMig rod 17 days
remain of the b nfig uaM .
Only three kn ofquarry are
still legal: quirrels, quail and
rabbit he limits for squirrel
are 10 gray and 2 fox daily and
Mead 4, repetively, total
p n Rabbit are legal
gae throughout the year and
have no daily or pomienn
lmits.There are plty of
eah of tbhe in the enviro of
Gaku lL just for the taking.
QuW l shooting has been
good to date, being as good or
better than last year. One can
get good sootg where there
are birds. And there are birds
where there is food and cover.
Good food and over is to be
fod in may nearby areas-
me of these are just outside
our city limit.
Therame mentally two
kin of aqull hunting based
ups habitat: woods and field.
he woods hntin cosist of
hating the Black Jacks. This
s done most mcesfully with
morn d tha the field hun-
te a The sooting more
trick and the amber of sin
gls found is fwer.
Field bunting costs of
ed or activated fields toget
her with their fringes such as
ditch banks, fence rows and

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hedges. Hea! elb shooting is
ot so triy (fewer obstruct
ions to cooled with) and sin-
gles are easier to follow up.
Both type of hting have
their proponents and both
have been peyg off well for
their devotees.
This year ts been a good
aone year ad Lece a good
quiml yea. Agpi, ior
like any other kind of game
ye foue isege there i
an ut ae d sply' and
amgolel n es. P sa aby
a r c k bottom a blg
will fid pi n of bu stilhy
A quiet, stol atoang is bae
and the eai tne ter.
Fu thr the hurnt gmrj2
about anyw hee is good. R
bit arem inant. this yea
l are to bp fund arb o t
=- brush pile,
wed p ate, 1 he s row, hia
atik, and even in our heLk
yards.
Be safe, be mitsportfbass and
Slsomieone's: property. Ree
emembr ti h e nting sea on
sprrel and qfail doses Feb.

f Astieum
f fishing iivity is begin,
weeks some gI d catches have



freshwater rise: Black bass,e
catches look ejen better when



10 pickrel wit early season) 5;
catches of past years. A am-
pling of these fine catches ae
a 134b. bass, sx bass weigh-
ing 46 b., limits of bass, anfish (in-
limits of speckled perch. See
beluw for detls.
Remember ibe limits on
freshwater fis4: Black bass,
10; pickerel jJackfish) 15;
white bass, W; panfish (in-
eludes bream, eh and red-
fined pike), 35.
And don't idfget to get a
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Afield
By GLENN M STOKES
Su Otdoor Writer

license before you fhing.
Area Reports
NEWAN'S LA
MeGivray's F Camp-
Speck fishing good and bass
fishing fair. Good catches of
bass fishing has been excel-
lent with several limits taken.
Also a 10-pounder and an 11
-pounder have been taken.
LAKE LOCHELOSA
Lee-Mas FskFag lp-
Speck fishing good and bass
fishing fair. Good catches of
specks-Saturday through Wed-
nesday. Dave Murphy and
windell Broume (Jacksonville)
caught 10 bass Sunday in
Cross Creek using Heddon Su-
per Soic, and a black worm
with white spots.
Locloosa Spriags Fish
C"p Speck fishing good
and bass fishing good. Good
catches of specks Saturday
through Monday and Wednes-
day. Tuesday morning (10 o'-
clock) two men took 10 bass
which averaged about 1i -2
Ibs. Wednesday one man took
seven bass which averaged
about 2 lbs.
SANTA FE LAKE
ShLpmm's Fis Camp -
Speck fishing good and bass
fishing fair. Good catches of
specks Friday through Te
day. Both trolling and drift
ing for specks is good. Tue-
day, W. P. Alloway (New Jer-


Hu


gomery, Sr., of Micanopy.
His fish was a 2 lb. 3 oz. bass.
Baird's fishing contest gives
12 monthly and three annual
prizes. The monthly prize is
5 in tackle for the largest
bass. There is a $25 annual
prize for each of three divis-
ions: largest bass caught on
an artificial plug, largest
freshwater fish caught on fish-
ing tackle, and largest pan
fish caught on fishing tackle.
As a result of a very wet
January and a wet (so farn
February all of the lakes and
rivers are up. Fish camp own-
ers on Orange Lake, Cross
Creek and Lake Lochloosa.
tell me that not only are these
bodies of water up but that
they will stay up. On Dec. 11.
the last of three sinkholes was


tilled at the south end ot Or
ange Lake iat Tom DuBoe'i
Orange Lake Fishing Camp,.
An and all 'fishing and
hunting information is wel-
comnd, Call 376 2226 or
372-8441. Also good fishing or
huintig photographs are wel-
omred Area fish camps wish-
ing to give tithing inforniatiui
which are not mentioned
abu\e should contact the Sun
Take a boy fishing!


THE SUN MOVES


sy) took 4 bass a live hin-
ers, large went Is.
Baui's FL rbi C-
Speck fiing god ad bass
fishing fair, Bass fishing has
been real od in pt weeks.
For example, Roy Griffin
(long time fiu rma on the
lake) took bass Jan. 18
lake shiners spinning in Little
Santa Fe that we Ibs. He
had bne real ker, a 13-
pounder. Roy tookI bass ne
weeklater on Jan. 25, with
soe to 4 Ib. Gene Webb
(Jackonville) also took I
schooling bs on a appgl
p to 4 lbs. on Jan. I5.
CROSS CREEK
Tbmas Fihg Reurt -
Several limits were taken
Monday through Wednesday.

LAKE GORGE
Speck fishing good over
weekend.
ORANGE LAKE
Pamre's FIh Cemp-
Speck frahig good. LiUts
of speaks Thrsday through
Sunday by parties with
guides. Most of the locals took
limits of specks Saturday and
Sunday. Good catches of
specks on Tuesday up to 2
lbs.
Paradise Cove Speck
fishing is excellent and bass
fishing is fair. Gainesville
residents Guy Hoover and
Sam Taylor took 17 to 19 bass
spinning and casting in the
north end on Saturday keep
ing nine with three of these
going over 4% Ibs. Black
worms and minnow lures
(M26's) worked for them.
Hoover returned Monday and
took his limit of large specks.
"Buddy" Hodges (Paradise
Cove operator) took his lim-
it of specks Monday and
Tuesday. Several limits of
specks came in Monday and
Tuesday.


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sity students, faculty and em-
ployees. here has been some
bass activity in recent weeks
in the lake, however, details
are no know.
TACKLE BOX REPORTS
Some fine bass have been
brought a over the past few
weeks. A sampling of these
are a -posnderby Jim Mc-
Micen last Saturday in Wat-
ermelo pond on a Shyster
and 3 bass by Mr. and Mrs.
Buck Munden (10 lbs.-1 ozs.,
5 Ibs.-f1 ozs., 3 Ibs.-5os.)
Sunday in Watermelon on shi-
ners. The Tackle Box is laun-
thing a bass fishing contest,
Feb. 15. 'Tere will be a mon-
thly prize of one dollar in fish-
ing supplies per pound of fish
for the largest bass entered
in that month. The grand prize
for the largest bass entered
throughout the contest will be
a free mounting job of that
bass. (If the bass has already
been mounted the cost of the
mounting will be refunded to
the winner.)
BAIRD'S HARDWARE
REPORTS
The winner in Baird's fish-
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January is Harry L. Mont.



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TAMPA 'i UnlYV d
Fri Fecig Cluba N. 1
team won a met here ad the
NI ten too third place.
t was the second raht
yr the UP feocmn too te
Sunshine tropy. Oth
teams competing cam from
St. Petersbr T, TamP Ta
hsem ad Miamt
Compeig on the No. 1 tes
were David Sayers. sabe; Rick
Kop, epee; Larry Groove,
fb1 ; and Elle Curtis, women'
foil.
S nthe No.l team were Bi
Warrner, sabre; Kirk Ch
epee; Dana Haish, foil; ad
Donna Wiley, women's fo

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Pan Amirk, Tea. lO IMg
high a ie Amocated Prm'
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Thldya on s*ti o
four victr lat week tat
booed i mrecd to T1
n the past two weeks, dr
which they made a sccu
em ido e ats, le Te.
hav eibd hfro th pm Ib
to third i at bahthlg by a
special regional pa d eight
writes ad brademas.
The Te team colleed 51
polts n the ltes vote. Evan-
vile, bld rnubd t fr
ploe with 71 pons followed by
CQabb La wt I PeLts


awarded ma hls d I
for a first place vote, for ee a
ad4&
Evarmir ad GroMang
Nv a ma ad m 4
ek we on two f nm lat w*
llftik the Am? reord to 144
and the GraMo. Tigers to

W1UDbarg ad Y um n
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the teams a th way p.
tabnl c *hbed me pi tob
sitb ater ddeatng ide lH
beg. Yogstw n wth wa

ipaor ati ea k was
ended by Cdranl State fd M.
Kentucky Wasd 1N,
topped from third to fourth al.
tough i beat Wabash O.'
Hostra, victor over Rider and
Kis POit for a 14 date,
d fi place.
Wabaigonof Miouri l
oe p to s seventh after loe
g to Valpa ra. Unbeat
A-mp in ded eighth foow,
ng is 11th victory, a *7 de-
feat of St Mkhael's. Vt
wesern CarolHe smped
from aioth to li despite mthe
victories st wk FrO
State dropped( at at te rt

Nancy Roth

InBattle


PALM BEAC (AP)-Ded-
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Holwood ms Mrs. John Dy-
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theaaoodnnds the Wamn's

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Bowls a 582


Gwen Daney of Gol Coast
Resturt topped the Univer-
sity Cty Women's League at
Pa lanes last night with a
fine series. She had 157-
m ,21
Maria Niland. w's
Texac Srvice, rolled 50; Jo.
m Block, Walt's Srvicenter,
a; Elma N nm First Fed-
eral, M; Carlotte McEwain,
0C0a4Cl, 515; JyeO Ward,
Bron's, 514; DaleneYo t,
Morl's ; Val: Redmaky,
Gol Coast, a l; a* Us Ele-
ma, First Federal,U L Mrs.
D-ns 213 Wa high game.
Gold Coat lttal
I-t-M Moreyi had a na
Igh game. Splits re ma by
Mry Qdbndat CiCola,m44;
M. Block 4-74;.i Cel Ski.
ar, Morley's 47; Pat Wl
linu, ; Nicky Gwder, 44;
ad Ur all


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Char Win
Buo eat PrI th1
and Ctars doMed O s
SIn Cadest Le play
at the Boys' ub yesterday.
Steve Wisoi led Brncs with
nine pints and Jay Hoiman
had U for Patriots. Domde Pet
made een fr Charge and
Gene Abbott four f OUrs.
In a Senior L eaue
d Gasset i d 3 tpois for
krs and Ray Vila I, for

MFeral M aM FiRt Neiloal
Bank pead Sperry Ee s
4 i Midat games. Jerry Dow-
y made fur'psint for Dey
ad Keith Asinm five for First
Natioal Bank
Another senior ntst saw
Hawks wdn Col, s 7. ob.
ert barms had 1. pokta for
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Alice Muray, Fred Mas's,
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Palm Lanes with 17-170-160 -
0A7. Anna ee had a 1M hig
game.
Fuller Poto had a 23t series
and an high game. Estelle
Togha an and Ann Lee made
the 57 split.
B. Bennett of Advent Christ-
tun showed the way in the
Clurch League with 193-1m1IN-
5. Red Morrs, Firt Meth-
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Arrested In Austria


INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP)-I All three were charged with They told police questioners
Three members of the U.S. theft. Marolt, who allegedly'they found a unlocked car
team-one skier and two tobog-,drove the car, was also chargedparke i ma dark street and de
ganists-were arrested at the with driving without a license, cided "to take it out for a joy
Winter Olympics Thursday for,the spokesman said. ride "
stealing a car and disturbing A spokesman for the US. With Marolt at the wheel.
the peace, a police spokesman'Olympic team declined to make they criss-crossed the downtown
said. any comment on the incident. section and were spotted by a
A spokesman said Bill Marolt, American Olympic officialspol prowl ar when they e-
a 2year-old skier of Aspen, said that at worst the entire af- tered one-way street in the
Colo.: George Farmer, 25-year- fair was only a lark. direction
old tobogganist of Seattle, and' The policespokesman. Chief "t
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Criticism

Improper


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Lifted From

Jax X.Way
TAuLAHASSEE (AP) The
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TALLAHASSEE (AP)-OItijt- try's prpoIed 10 n m
Cm of the Florida Develop exprm io bad ise was val-
m t Comminin foowt g an dlted Wd day b the Florid
fa e sate aud rept S me Cot, ppan
was u o all proporo to the learbi g te flal lel loads.
co d rept G hr. e court, n an opto by
s Bryant aid today, justice T. Fn ebmon, sa
The governor told his newshe uthority w athrdby
conference he wanted results law tobuild the proposed im
from the operation of the devel. proved and torefinne .4
opent commission and wasm l in ouistanding debt.
gettingresuls evn if the Len Andersonbroghtitas
commission wasn' dotting eva taxpayer tending that v-
eryI and roi every T. al proposed aes a wre
outsidee the scope of the author-
"I want imaginative. aggres-ity and that the auntrity could
sive, effcie people. I wouldn't legally refinance the previ.
prefer that they dot every I" ous debt.
and cro every ", but we In addition, Anderso said, an
want results," the governor agreement whereby t Stte
said in re ne to a wsman' Road Department was to give
question. the anhority (1. million in cas
Bryant said chances were e- costruct expressway system
cellnt that President j approebs was iegal
.. .. 1 M me ewa authority til


would aftend groundfba '
ceremonies for the crossFlorida
barge canal near Palatka Feb.
*- !
He said he discussed the
ter in Washing this week
with the Florida cogresial
delegation and hd rqu ed
the White Houe's reaction.


Bryant went to Washington to
meet with the secretary agri-
culture about exempting l
rida ilue cured tobacco fro a
10 per cent reaction in acreage
allotments imposed by the De-
partmnt of Agriculture.
The audit hit the development


commission for discrepancies in
travel expenses, the easing of
n airplane and placing em-
ployes under personal contracts.
Bryant said the audit dis-
closed nothing illegal and that
the shortcomings it cited were
corrected subsequently.
He said if the commission


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Goes On and On


lS%J(an L By JAC Sl U AN tion dates and now the Sth .S.
% Iais Al 35% ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) For Circuit Court of Appeals is ex-
41% ecott 7ialmost three years, Prestoneted toset a hearing date for
Si ,UJ h Cobb Jr. has awaited death, new trial in the early sprg.
7 The Negro, now I, has sn the' After Cobb's conviction. the
17% L 'd 3 date of his execution wiped out National Asociation for theAd.
143% rilard 44% four times, vancement of Colored Pepple
i Mag'vo % Cobb was sentenced to death hired an Atlanta Negro attorpey
15% Mplso 1l4 when e was 5 for the slaying to take over the case from the
4K MM IM ,i of Frank C. Dumas Sr.. 70, a court-appointed white lawer,
45 Moaso llb while farmer on whose property J. Ben Warren.
44 Mont Wd % Cobb's mother and most of her Warren, who hves m Montli
51 Nat Dair 7 nine children lived. cello, Ga.. refused to appeal
3%NaDist s 4% Cobb admitted the slaying Cobb's conviction. The Negro
3% N.Am Av % during his trial but later repudi attorney. Donald L. Hollowell,
3% Penney 451:ated his confession. described what he called the
a PRR 39;S His death sentence brought to systematic exclusion of Negroes
11% Phil Mor 73 light that Georgia has no law from juries in Jasper County.
50% Phin Pet 48'i protecting a juvenile from the and filed an appeal. He also said
a RCA 10I i death penalty that Cobb had admitted the
3i% Rep St 41s At his trial Cobb told a white slaying under duress.
11% Revlon M3 jur that he shot Dumas to Cobb meanwhile remains in
% Rey Tob 40%death after an argument over a death row in Reidsville State
I13 StReg P 32 fish he had caught in Dumas' Prison.
44% Seab Al 43% pond.
I% Sears R 101Oi "I was mad with him because Restaurant
rM Sielair 464 he ket tellim me about that


I rae wa y amgtw3 ,M% t)w MWi, ... .
up its secodary gas tax funds EAL 33% So y 76% little old fish I caught, and Rhe ace
for up to 2 yen in the pro. E.Kodak 117 SoutnC S told me he was going to blow Race MIXin
poaal. Major pmjects iced Na Pw 43% Spery I 19imy brains out" Cobb testified. 'llea
the Commodor's Point Brdge Fla P&L 7i StBrand 74% The jury deliberated 45 min- l l .
port d extension. In a Ford SW Studbkt % utes.
and the Atlantic Blevard-May Frst Da 1% Swift Until his conviction, few had TALLAHASSEE IAPI-A pro
port Road exteaion In a d. Frept Sul 34% Teaco 73% beard of the Negro boy. Theposed Dade County ordinant to
tion, feeder roads to funnel traf Freh Tr % lliokeol 1% sentence brought him into require public lodging places
fic aoto the exprmsway system n Dyn Z% U Carb 12f2 the limelight and restaurants to serne all
were contemplated. Ge El 7% Unit Aire 43 The late Eleanor Roosevelt comers regardless of race,
e court said the proposal Ge Fds Un Ft 21 asked former Go. Ernest Vanwould be illegal. Att. Gen.
was "desirable and proper in Gen Mills 3% US Steel 55 diver of Georgia to intervene in James Kynes has ruled.
the best interest d the author- Gen Mtrn e Univ Mat 12% Cobb's behalf. A Malayan attor. He issued the advisory opinion
ily, Duval Cunty and its it. Goodrich 54 WesgEl 31% ney made a similar request o to Dade County Atty. Darrey A.
ens...deinitely a public pur Goodyr 41% WmnDix 30 the late President John F. Ken.-Davis, who also had decWied
pose and the purpose or which Greyhnd Wooth 72 nedy. :such a county regulation would
the authority was cread." Gulf Oil 50% Scores of letters were re.,conflict with a state law
ceived by Vandiver and by! The law, adopted in 1957. says
Georgia's present governor, hotels, motels and restaurants
H ollanders All Abuzz arl E. Sanders, urging thatare private businesses and that
they stay the boy's execution. the owner or manager of each
lGeorgia governors, however, has a right to refuse service to
Over Actions of Royalty have no clemncypowers: only anyone
Sthe Pardon and Parole Board' Klnes said that he would not
THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Iree's whereabouts were a can commute a death sentence. issue an opinion on weheter twe
(AP) -oa eadymyster. Cobb first was sentenced to law was constitutional itselfbut
(As) -Hol and es die in August 161. Court ap would leave this determmaton
roused by Princess Ire's con- The romance of the ri pessals have e ed four execu- to the court.
version to Catholicsm, wereland a mystery suitor, said toi -- ....
itUnM l avd r about un JuI.l : .. ...u-.I... .-.n at -l


Eugene, Ore., were arrested gave this account: tae e Americans and me car w -- o u atw = wa e ..-C- -- -7. ..-- oU;,1 w1.1,a y Tyu F L A S H E S
after a chase by two police pa- The e were returning to took ff at high speed. auditors might criticize, the re. liana 's anuncement that deep governunm t aemn. ST
trol cars in downtown Inns- the Olympic Village from a par- All ree had completed their suit often came as a benefit to plans for her daughter's Shortly after the queen spoke
bruck. Ity in an Innsbruck night club. events in the Olympis. the state. gaem t d fa through. government spokesman an.
-._ -. For example, he said, adver- In a biaW to her people, nouced that the breakoff in en NEW YORK (AP-The stock' Utilties, tobaccos, savmi
tisements called travelingshow- the queen laid there had been ent plants was Iene's market moved higher on bal- and loan holding conpales.
ifyi g S tra n d e d e rs cases were made possible the happy possibility of an e sin. en ier Victor ce early this afternoon in electronics, drugs, ma order -
estg r a the mmssn arrged to gagemet" for Iree, 4, but van Maijn summotd news moderately active trading. retails and a wide range ole-
have buses donated and sold ad- "mft tely we now mustmen and insisted government elected issues were higher. Air-
Tr S veris to pay expenses Of you that our daughter Irene s e had not be eerted Gains of most key stocks lines and rubbers were montli
a ,travel throu this country and ha ormed m hl s a f t rllth o ths e pri who b fractional. Trough the .lwer, oils, chemicals and n-
o I o rEurope hat this agagement will noting Spn for the past month tire list, however, speifi is ferrous metals mixed.
Pa t Tested I o "Everywhere I go p take place Irene's name has been ln se showed strength, posting The Associated Press ac
A" "G. talk to me about the Florida romantically with several gains of a point or ore. of60 stocks at non was up 9
CHATTANOGA, Tenn (AP) M WAS GTO N.H. Mssaquepa Park N.Y.: Peter showcase" e aid. Our daugterM i pn Spam istocrats. Wall Streeters said the tech- at 291.6 with indu rials up
S A T easters official (AP) Four Syracuse Univer- Capelli. 19, Rouses Point, N.Y.; He was asked whether the W an extremely diffi As the second of Queen Juli- nical behavior of the market re- rails up .4 and utilities u .4
e aaist JamesR iy students were found today Craig Founier, 18, Tonawanda Ocala maintenance shops for t "' Jlia said, as her four daughters, Irene is cently has been encouraging. The Dow Jones industriala-
testified a t his jr ampering trial mountain peak after six N.Y.: and Peter Bradford, 6 state's airplanes were being people to give the pricesso in line for the throne. general news background erage at noon as up 19 a
admitted today a series of days in the stormy wilderness Syrau e. N.Y. successf whi she is ding conversion from Protestant. remained reassuring. 7
youthful law violations, cli. of the White Mountains. They had found shelter in ai ntsai that most o the u ism does not necessarily bar Rils continued to move Prices were irregularyi high-
aed wtha reformatory were found on the fourth he maintenance work w beine from succession to the ahead and the industrial se er on the American Stock Ex-
te h a fday of an intense search which Survntin t o t e U.S. d a b dTw FPr crown. The Netherlands hasUtion of the market advanced change. Trading was quiet
had been hampered by heavy circumstances, wh it u ahout as many Catholics aswith them. Although the gain Corporate and U.S. govern.
But, said Edward Grady Par-snow, freezing cold and winds! ot level in a valley ,ot be economical to go to Protestants, but the royal fam. was not large it was well-de- ment bonds were mostly up
tin, 39, of Baton Rouge. La.,'of 1 miles an hour. cae4 Edmands Col on Mt. Jef- Oala, work was done privately. Guest Lect ers 'iy is traditionally Protestant. Fined, changed.
*-sine I married and had my The four young men were person He saidhe wasto blme for _- --- -


fivel children, I never had an-spotted early on the first clear Searchers saw the four simulthe fact that the Ocal facility Two University of Florida
other charge put against me un- morning since last Friday when taneousli front, an airplane and Is m nry t iwh t ber n c hemistr y p rs shave beenI
til I met Mr. Hoffa." they set out for what was to be through binoculars f i oh e o "It did not have the pied as st lecturers fora MONEY
Hoffa is Iternational Team four-day mountain hike. base. dirn it should have had," special National Science Fon-
erHs president: Part is bu: They are: Robert Koppe, 1 he said. daio institute for hi school
steers president:Partin oIte j Newsmen at the base using a He added that the hop were chemistry teaers at Hope
ns mang r Te telesope:ud e the figures sowing a monthly profit ow. College in Michign this m- Employment Schophrenia
cal No. 5 at Baton Roug. A bassador I rir
u of four men walking around The ioveno maid hislan tmer.
Partin, who testified that nHo- lassdo close to the k--covered hut centralize the scheduling ,
fa once offered up w t,mtO flights byaplanes, th1y1 Itr. kaiser, hadthe'
Ss The mountain hut is only four! ar he manmsm ass U y D ---- B S Por
S conspa trial ju To Ghana a the crow flies, frou ger -n am sr d o o By Sylvia Porter F.
Mderwent such a blistwgingde- ChIiblB and Dr. Jhn d. .,.s
fnse assault in hi pat that it the base, but rangers said itA ualwas he hoped. (i m ll ev- of 3 ch ) trst during the decade of the in recent years. As Commission.
brought a warning from lthe :ld H ni" was 14 mil" 'rail.- "'r* e is I m -etr minhmt Obcured lbyv those oft .rpet. s, the total of teenager er of Education Francis Keppel
Jtdgs 'tbiwol7aem ..um than w--would r dn i t ht ur over-al e- in our work force inreased by puts it: "In too many of our
StoIt was'about 7a.m. whn th el.".he. i in rtr n mtpr oject.poym t rate has stuck around 100 or& .average of only large cities vocational schools
degrade anyone by making un United States has recalled its student hikers at the ut. *. Te pla ims voluta, B Bth Dr. Bss oa impressive, su e a y u. ershave ments anothred brick too
Supported volntary, Bryan, Bo Sh,,a Boa aaod f s-threeyeam Impsives, i Unle these youngsters have mnts to another era" In too
Juorte Fails"m told HarryD aid t s oi. Ranels sent a request to.o tied, and Is being haP di wit ler speai dind coomc growth is thethe education and skills to fill many cases the schools have
BJdgee, Fria's Chattanooga law- Wil sat oay Dow'! Force Base Maine by wy patr b ol ficer -easpects d chemistry for m I dan thatte '. is devl the jobs that will be opening in become simply a dumping
BeI. tHof's Chattanga la Wiim P. Mahoney t for a h pte. of by a ai t i ;week e Airing the inatih lag critical ase of "an- this era, they will create a vast ground for academic misfit.,
yerS.U.S. envoy to Gh as cad staff, whichwl wdhav bese t fr Ju thr Aug. 1. pIo t hirena." pod unemployed, nepoy-i Here are the four main
"I'..m. testinthitnesbaek for "osultatida," a' Te stals had fod r nssary M the d a flig On e side d Am erica's able, retless and potentially groups this vitally important
m ust wh ,lauthoritative o"re said-. four ayls whtthey strtdthe plans was madato. split o t patter drcve Americans. They new law is designed to help.
Bere, Mahoney's recall cam i the hik Ty had tebti aid lslep Te plan was to I ha figt n!i stans fte adu American could creei, as Labor oSere (1) The young peron in high
" wake of anti-American deniMring aI tid ao Ivy pbcl o pl I n is die '- mLIale. Joblessness a i tar W. Wiard Wirt has school or just out of high school
Hoff and five others are o stations in the Ghana capl. in that stiatle is cM schel ReachPole is-d moat ignietly eand "oe of the moat pi who needs specialized trading
trial before Judge Wilson on Th dipmatic move does not; T search was organized ul their tal too eide- amo married am- a de i problem in the a to fill the technical joba avail-
cha of trying to rig the mean suspension orelatio fai to i W i ld mrdy, is di to' history able across the cntry today.
jury w which heard Hoafa's 1962with h la ls, r h he P ALATwAGhanaA officials ,,,,_"nh fa failed to ,iab ac o thecouty td,
jury which heard Hoifa's 1 with Ghana, dicia r o b al 3percent.Byayyard- What ten,are the answers? Industry will need immense
trial. That trial. i Nashvae, they acknowieded,. hew AA M A MOSCOW A Soviet trS4k d 's a tolerasy ow Obvious, a firt awranumbers of technicaUy train.
ended with a hung jury. that such a moe usually m 1 m, ,.' vrr nu Mt r w i tea llllir. Ia be alratio r -na-'ed people, but the general ed.
Part said when he was 17 displeasure and that ahas r lorm a Cabinet SEE JOHNSON IetM a h i tic a oa On the rsid l*e f spur s growth a our aecoa ntoio vev by may h, h
a served a reformatory term-r been made kno to the GU' I ai e j ur plmt pn s sIeta to wl provide the million ad schools is insuffidiet protedio
which took away his U.S. government. 'To Run a in Tama Mamat)im.i Is oal s tha t win be nd against what Keppel calls 'the
aseship for an iunpeefid The United States is keep' -u Iarri a m n Wi ssr --a -3 boy irl ourg of unemployability."
crba. His citizenship has since watch on atiAmurican d9! TdAUALASB (AP)r die mao ( The school dropout who
been re d, said Partin. opmets in Chans but so far of 's sirSCabinet nmeI PF J 11 1 0* th Mb 1b 1 d fy u y6i* Bhoe r Idtnta nre ed e aly b isi mskuiled, unemployed and
hasnot moved tocut hackL n Pihibrs ar, s zg. i"aW W Wa t wer i =1h M da s .w frit&inly high v at by Conr for I rtually employable without
uec.TgiTa dsevelnet lead Oe r te alMuelM by a peim S r3011PO W am esd be W&ratie al- ad orpra additel traintg.
NAuto ag TOg c a miMtot' ArISiis i mr, hearl lm sM. ftL M a. u iA Juia n it as obily, a mecnd (3 Employed adults who
Snabo. Edwin Lear .. wasa I t .i at fi ap M S gre alami must be stepped a want to upgrade their sills
Prion Hum r continued nou t 6 em ai ision cou tei o I ise i a w i h ling w y and old and increase their technical
I ly od the lu of U.S. i ,, Lamin f As eme i l a W i tl pa-Merid War yarnr workers ao ty can te know-how because their prent
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) .conmmtlms to Ghana. ,f irstrnI ik ,mawIn3elf#obIsva jobs are insecure ,
flares an iale wt a Wie low b ow hey wa m wea r I i M i bgeMtsa b aaa.mWS I IS Ye w Iid pl weam wa ji af d i- jobs ea r inswnd .n
Is an iati a a !sedin tlV' u.. a D i It Ia S.i S. a*pls i- i ~ = a. WiiLqiiTh ii t heia 1frtaVda. (4) IMn ad women of
s(hu mor at Nohrth Carm' S bthSem e D"1 Mew IgT Au .l .r
nil Prison. At t, pim!a i n1m tMay1 1I1p.r.e I is !ve' bur % i m we da i b l.i 5" o whose -"ba-already h% n
fficiab whosipevaifta gk- Dr. Austin o aw f theI. ina 8 B E al lrdens A U2 ye0 --111111 a, -& -I lkeV aWt ha Der mer so r ent t
n dt M t i r d 11A W mo. byautomation ad who i

S atitouT s an wi behCasl ti Siph aSdk was ab to Ib -r wk oton tre1n1h a Soa fa inge ia q yd*
itaie ta oil t I ota tihe Swnllsi iMs L a as a. a Wair 4to l .R VW mISm&Ie Iihi u oIeitn o U k ea St ia rs ietl tam Si in nLd It.a.
a a S d a il i I il l I0 i i lad* en L n I Id t,- l r I

"ip sI lew. 'IR1 ''`"wa W"I 811111A*i hmII*Ift hia rebIda Ai rdI I11fIt ,i;1` 1m lr, : IDdt d a*.j.


Development


Praised


Commission


By


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I.


16* k i wtio


Geeuvills So








* I


Grha, M SM


tobaccoo


Raise


'n Doubt

WASHGTON (AP)-Verd
tco groes had aile a-
rag t dy from hfedal
als that their t e
age allotments for this year
would be raised.
mgricillure Secretary Ordle


v
FPreein todadelep at rom
that thee s littein cdhem Ul
t 10 per cent reaction in ae-
ap alimwd ar type 14 be-
cured d n tobthe omcould h be
smtod.
Governors of both dtes, Far-
ris Bryt of orldk and CMa
Sanders of Georgia, and se-
toras and comlrmm from the
neighboring tdas, made the
Freeman told the delqgti
that he didat st thee was
an legal y to cut the type
acreage allo stAe lasm tn the
cuts g otr tyes o tobac-
cO.
Spokesmen for the tobacco
fann told him, howeverthat
splitting types was not only ek
gal but required by federal law.
Cigarette tobacco production
Is a multimUim dollar enter-
pire in a belt of agricurall
land lying in north Florida and
South Georgia. And officials in
ne'ew date said they were
ready to aept the coerence
with Freeman a the last word.
Florida had 6 affected
growers this year, who grew to.
baso worth $14. mllio

UF Biochemist

Receives Grant


tor Research


Dr. C. H. Van Middelem, bio-
chemist with the University o
Florida's Agriltural Experi-
met Stations, has received a
s0a grant to continue his re-
search work to improve tehlmi
quqs for the detection of pesti
cides in foods.
Announcement of the grant
was made here today by Dr.
J. 8 Beckenbach, director f
the Experiment Statios.
Dr. Van Middelem's work -
vohes te malysis of pesticides
by gas chromatography, a sin
sitive new research instrument
capable of detecting very mall
quantites of pesticides in food.
The rsaher explainedhat
base of the hntruime'st ex-
treme sensitivity, it als detecs
p t constuents as well as
petides. The research pm
bim, therefore, is to eliminate
the.contaminating Interferences
so that the instrument will pri
mily detect the toicant.
The grant, which was received
from the Research Grants,
Branch Division of Environmen-
tal gineering and Food Pro
teion, Department of Health,
Edecatlon and Welfare, will be
aed ove a threeyear period
*


Vegetable
Growers
Will Meet


N OID Vegetable grow-
will converge on the Central
ri Experiment Station here
nea Thrday for the state's
fird vegetable field day of the
yea.
Scientists at the station, a it
of the University of Florid's
Agrural Experiment Sta-
tou' ys en, will discuss their
entire m search program and
conuet a tour of research plots
starling at 1:3 p.m.
Dr. Jaes Montelro, asoc.
ate vegetable crop specalist
wit the Agricautral Extensi
Service in Gainesville, said that
the'crop which the grown
will:obee in field trials wl
ind e abbe. let uce, ar-
roe, ekry, is and eada-
lou Last research wil das
be reported on swet con,
pea gapes and blackbe r
ries. Cetral Station's resech
Invoes work with berid,
pet entrol, ferilbtioni atk
ching and variety trials, he sa.
1 Central Florida B pe t
mdt station in L ated east
Salrd on Celry Ave.

Peggy Pla 4th
HOLLYWOOD (AP) SIa
~P Usee0, minne pin
*wvIac Amrtiener baWs.
mlatjck Del Rio-h t aer BnI
ryills home Feb. 2.


rh, drurpan, 194
Ii


6auAUahkn
I,


FARM


& GARDEN


Plant A Date Palm And


You'll Reap A Marriage


By MHEVE SHARP
Superstitio gardeners be-
live tat plant uma are o -
em the future. As examples,
plating a date palm may lead
to setting a bridl wreath. This
would for marriage upon the
gardener.
Soon gardener would find
that Ms turning bride
would lookloeller if there wen
a baby's breath plant nearby.
The next ornamental on the
planting schedule would, of
course, bea bottlebush.
Contimug this prgesi
line of aipsrstition could pro-
duce a pemlam me pro-
gram. But it may limit the um-
ber of flowers in your gardm
tls spring.
A numberof amals can be
planted now. These inclde as
ter, balsam, blue ace-flower,
c-osio, chrysa'temm, coa'
mos, flelower, marigld,
morning glory, nauturthim
rose mos., strawlower, sun-
flowe, wishbo power and
Toetainia k diay
To get a quicker display of


outdoor flowers
seedliap ar in
from a shallow


start annual
a flat made
wooden box


filled with rich immus sil.
Place the flat ina window that
gets plety of eight. A mthe
pom way from chilly
winds is a ood location.
Pat Pets
Buying seedlings growing in
peat po is a popular way to get
an early burt o flowers. These
organic pots aredeal for the
No planting ski Is reired.
S ely place the pot con
W thUr It in the flow
bh reast, the asm al is ale
and rowing without the shck
of transplanting.
Plant uamas that have large
seed d those that are hard to
tanplant directly in t ed
where they are to bloo. Sow
the seed thly in shaow
inches Cover the seeds
lightly and spinkle with a
damplng-of otr
Cove* the seeded area
with blap wll aid n holding
in oil mobure until the seed-
lings begin to puh t gh the
sol. Be ms to re e the tbur-
lap at tis time.
m, ers it esMised
law a aid their gra to be-
me green again with an ap-
plcaton of about 1 pounds of
44 fertilier per 1,000 square
feet oa rtf.
Raember that oo mu
plant food is a bad as plant
station. So, don't add extra
rMUser espcay troge
-"jit for ood man ."
It's important to fertile rye-
gra now for a continued green
pa t To adiate the winter
lawn cover, mow he ad vy
doe, but you want to po-
eg the a of ryegra s set
th mwr ters higher.
Glab
Begin a gldioboe lb plant-

I eed Grain Plan

Still Voluntary
Pmk ft Mt ] fad
Parut ad. en b 64 feed
p.n cnn wel a bethel
a~di to Ji Veabe,
charge, Apklral Stabili-
at ald emr on Comty
OmW i*e 0 0* eIl grownrs.
oiw ra, w bM ae gbs fr
pin su t aa eamr liew

Preav urs en bra ls wen.
pIwim a l erb* a dP e
p dl, i F a m I .
pow y 7 tofm ui in a-
ea no ar or aIW
hl he m r a -.r
a wM ans be
-AS C-r. I. O tal
anogua k,,UK m s


Livestock X re .


weau~s well~~r~ I
*Sawtl Jkseyflwtas bU LA rn
Psbej &itC lL- 11*U
'4 ~r"


ing schedule ade for a supply of
the tall smmed flowers
throughout tbesummer. For a
catuso. supply make
plantings about every three
weeks.
About five ieeks after the
flower sps bom, the lbs
areready to dig. Lon them
with a spade d pull up by the
top. Next, clip'off the top close
to the ulb. dut with:DDT and
sore in a well ntilaked warm
place uil the d bulbs can be
broken off easily.


lean the bulbs about two
weeks after digging. Prsm the
base of e new bulb in Sper-
gpa or Arasa dust and single
with 3 to 5 per ent DDT dust
This wl control trips, Univer-
sity of Flrida orticulturists
say.
For additional information on
gladu secure Agicultal
Extension Service Circular I
from your county or home deu-
onstration agent Ask for
"Gladious For The Home Gar-
den ."


Alacha County


Agent's Corner
By WILBURN C. FAIhELL
*Aim Eta Seda c M


The Ila Spray and Dust
Schedule for Citrus ubl d
by the Florida Citrus Commis
sion has just beenrecived by
our office. If you would like a
copy, call or come by ad visit
with us and we will sea you get
a copy. While you are hre, you
might look around ad find
me other bulletins of interest
to ya
More and oe peaches are
being pl in Alacia Coun-
ty ona r basis. ?r. C.C.
Cures of Achua saidhe want-
ed somethi to keep him busy
so e has planted one-half acre
of Bonita, ih is a yellow
fleshed freesone pea4i, ripen
ing in August and one-alf acre
of Tejom, an
Peakb, wae is kemiliopone
aturing inlate'May in our
area. In order for ourfarmers
to compete with orthwest Fl
rda and Georgia, it is nec
Mary for us to put oar peach-
s the market daung the per-
iod May 1- because after May
, Northwest Florida will have
peches which must sdl in a
short period of time before the
big Georgia peach producers
start harvestig.
Forage Testiag
For a number of yeirs, the
Nutrition Laboratory at the


University of Florida has volun-
tarily run analyses on forage
and feed samples to beof aist
dance to county agents ad farm-
ers but recently demands for
this kind of assistance have in.
creased to the point where they
are interfering with Dr. Ray
Shirley's normal research func.
tions, so they will not be in apo.
sion to accept feed ad forage
samples for analysis in the
future. Dr. Shirley was kind en
ough to prepare a list of com-
mercal laboratories through
out the state that will perform
this service. The list is available
through our office if you so de
sire.
FaMers Tax Guide
We still have plenty of copies
of the 14 Farmers Tax Guide.
If you haven't received your
copy let us know, asthe guide
m t make this annual head-
ache a little more painless.
TeaeM Grawe
Damping off has become a
problem withmany four grow
ers, due to continuous rain and
high humidity. If you are not
on a spraying or dusting pro
gram, better get started right
away. Femate is a go mater.
ialto useandifyou do not get
od results, get Spergon from
your local supplier. This should
do the trick.


Southern Farm


Market Reports

ATLANTA, Ga. Southern at leading uthern markets f
farmers received owepries most U. S. to mixed butchers
lat week for mot cate and weighing 1 to 240 pounds
calves sold, while hog prices were: packing plants in North
ranged from steady to 5 ces Georgia and the GeorgFPloi-
a hundred pounds higher in da-Aabama area, $1 to $15;
m instanes, the .S. De- Louisvmle, 15.5 to $15.50;
partmmet of Agricultue re- anphis m'day, $.10 to
pors. 5; and Nashville T rdsay,
Briler prices held mey $ to s.
steady, while prices f large At Georgia cattle auctions,
m eggp decided as n s pries of slaughter cows rained
(I c a dos at so points, teadyto 1 lo during last
acerd to market i we; Utt cos f ot from
d USA'sA ir Mar- toa (4 S NortNh Georgi mar-
bethi Servicel I k s, and l to $15 at Soth
IMst e tat rsd Geois markts..
d e aso, whe At 2 Fra tio.., Good
r cal ves sa y to daughtteers weighing from
$a baur.Pr ic a ffrIdmd S to m po us M in a
e we IneW, it eders rage od Stou.. Iese
showed a sat me n pices were my seady with
Georgia, P tif and t la the week before.
touer p-in sWUtheSan- MIonaery actions moved
e states tm k at Good lter dn, t
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In Levy County


TIE LEVY COUNTY corn
pic atn i beginhr t take
shape as the plating season
and the 19 Feed Grain sign-
up period approaIch. Corn is
an important crop to the cn-
ty, whether you grow It for
yorslf a not grow I for the
gvermet. Last yar, 12,


arm ere prowna m Levy
County with a Averagem yield
of X bushels per ae. ieb

The sign-up period in the

14 Feed Gain program wiht
ben your farm, i the pogam



o" oat of the program, we
have some COlmprm check
sheets in the cout agnM
S Offic.We win Bro toAll
farmers who have a feed grain
base are eligible to participate
in this program. If you would
1lke to take a look at what



Samyour farm,nthe.
or out of the program, we
have some compariso. check
sheets in the county agents
office. We wil be glad to
take one of thee teets and go
over with you your corn pro-
gram for 196l


Last year, over a half mil-
lion bushs were sold from
this area for a cash crop. This
trnd is increasing in this area
at a very fast pace. Yieds
o 50-75 bushels per acre are
not uncommon and to many
grower this is becoming the
mor income producing crop.
oil testing with the use of
am aercal father and lime
has made the greatt cmtri-
butin to these advanced yields.
New ybrids have also helped
in this advancement


Dixie Lily evators inTren
too purchase 1O bushels of
white corn to help keep us in
plenty of grits. They plan to
purchase about the same
amount this fall on the same
program a 1 This was
guaranteed price of 1.0per
sh using the same mois
ture deduction as last year.
They would like for grower
to inform the county agent in
this county how many bushels
of white corn they are grow.
ing in lO.
Southeastern will be back in
business in Trenton buying
shelled yellow corn. Whiteur
ad Sons in Willirton will be
buying both ear and shelled
yellow rn. Mizsoa Crop
Drir will be in the market for
ear con.
Varieties recommendedthis
year are based on 1 and
13 field corn variety tests
at the Experimet Stations. Re-
suits of these tests are:
Yellow varieties Coter 67,
81.8 bushels average yield per
acre, 84 per cent erect plants,
a per cent weevily corn and
3.4 feet ear height; Coker 71,
711 bushels average yield, 81
per cent erect plants, 41per
cent weevily and 3.3 feet ar
height; Dizie 11, 8.4 bushels,
Sp cent erect plans, 1 per
cnt weevily ad 4.3 feet ear
height; Florida 310, bushels
Sper cent erect plans, 43 per
cent weevily and 4. feet ear
height; Grenwood K b b,
75 per cat erect plants, 4 per
cent weevily and 3.7 feet ear
height: Funs G-7, M. bush.
, 74 per cent erect plants
57 per cent weevily and .6
feet ear height.
White varieties Coktr 11,
.S1 bushels average yield, 4
per cent erect plants, 31 per
cent weevily and 3.4 feet er
height; Coker 1ulA, 1 bush.
el, 3 per cant ert plants,
Sper t weeviy a d1 feet
ear height.
Sort seasn hybrids for com
biog early making silue
and hoggg off include: Be
Kalb Pioneer Cokr
15, Fia G144 and U. SLUl
Mi mm Lhybrik for t
s M prpoe iade: MNa
444 Piner 3RB, and Fuab
G-W.
We a mail ing wIti the
at two weeks a e prod
tio bulletin to rMy ce
grower I th coel. Hop
you wi nad It s arety ad
yoar M a .
TTOD AV GAOWCM:
INew n ms bees jtbhas
Mremel by tiB ASC oi a
Phel pat at a MlAd
Man pai4 he ws *"

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bacco and one or two rows left
out for a sled row has not been
affected. The skip row pat-
tern regulations have bee
changed to te pot wa I
do nt fed te b a emoM k l
ly feasbe to tat Iam in
th pttl m an. The i
lati do prove for a ee,
tieoor tahe rof'r Po
but the los acco ac
Sag da a dvab
Sin d yie or qyaM
ty. Unl tbae rulatla are
chad, a might as well
o hack to the old "led rw
pattern of plag tobao.


Story Time


$50,000 Granted


r oF skill T For Water Study


Story Time for children oma
3 to 7 will be heldat te Gams
ville Public anry o Riday
afternoon from 3:15 to 4
o'clock.
Jody Brooks ad ecky Cum
ba f t Colle Edcation
of the Unirsity of Florida will
be the storytellers. Their stories
will incde: 'The Fat Cat,"
"Unc Reau' Wnder Sory."
"Atlantas Race," "Tiger, In-
dia and the Bo," and "Beau-
ty and the Bet."
on Saturday mni from
l: to 1 U: there wm be a
Sry Hour fr hidr from 7
to 11 a the b r Jam Bev
ad Judy Blck, members of
the Sma Ancor Cb of the
Goriawle High School, will be
the storytw rs


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Service to study methods o d
infecting water.
He's Dr. Alvin P. Black.


His work under the rant wi
center on the use of iodine.
He'll study its effectiveness
when used on public water sup-
plies and the physiological ef-
fects it might have on persons
drinking the water.
Word that Dr. Black has been
awarded the grant came this
morning from U. S. Rep. D. R.
(Bily) Matthews in Washing-
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Aim nha Om Do L.
hew Wdald has been re
aid to Brse APB, La.,
dae 1 g adt tain fnoI
the l trying co
fort d SIs Air borce
et airat mehanks at
tppad AFM Te
Aim Drew was trad
to maintain ad service muti-
eniin et aircraft and irraft
aiman is the onof Dale
Drew of Wado, ad is a ad
Wte of G viDeHigh Schoo
Al P. Wak asua ap
nie UM, m of Mrs.
Wan Wadh of 41 SB 7th
SL, daed at the Naval
Air MIntb Lak st, N. J.


been riged to Andrews at Fort ood Texas, a .
AFB, Md., fUollon h rand- He isM aled to Hd
an frn the te l train- er Compa y, I Battin of
Ig come for Unidte 8 te s istI AmaoIt Di's i t
Air Fr aircraft adb Idntry at rt Hood.
parman at Keeser AFB, MOi. White nterid the Amy in
Airman Wueon, som of Mr. Seplteer J9 and c
ad M. A. B. Wilson RtL bVc traig at rt i Gan,
1. Alchu was trand to op Ga.
rate, tet and rear ater- A I grate of Limb
-pho and emergency r dio HigSch l ad a foair -


Opipmnt.
The airman, a paduate of
Sata e igh School, atnded
St Jo River Junior CaDee
in PeaIM.
His wife, Irene, is the daub-
t of Mr. ad Mrs. R. L Can-
nm of Ala a.


He d he service nAu- Army Pvt Dad I L
gsIt U Whtte, 2, whoa pents, Mr.
aod Mrs. Will Brigtmon,
Airmn Secd Cam Gearg live at SE h P., ceplet-
B. WB of High Springsha ed advanced am training
* *


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eaplod at the J. B s M-i .
r Health Cter bee dale
ing the Army.

Aurt L.T aiUn a m
USN, mwon areld s. D.
L TnMd dJf'Rl 1c Ham
thrm, is vg w Fleat
Taoticl port Sqan aon
at Naval Ai Station, fatnt
river, Md. .
Squadra e prove air
traportation of we*aps,
eqpmnt, nd pend In di-
rect support o the Atlantc
Fee.


Airmn Second Ow DL
L Gs. of Alacba has be
reassigned to Lajesi ield,
Aore, fo&- g his ra da-
do from t tehni tbain-'
ig ae r nile Sltaes
ed airrat r adui
Air Force i radio repair-
men at E rAFB, Missn.
Airman G w, sn of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond E Gibon
of Rt 2, Alrhua, was traiood
to operate, and ir in.
taphe d emgeny radio
qipmentI. *
The sirma', P gr et of
Santa Fe H lh Ioo attend-
d the UF d entire te er-
vice in J In=ry, .!

Pvt Davd W. WT*,. ,
son of Mr. an Mrs. Hlenry W.
Wilon Route 1, Willist, com-
pleted eight Weeks of advance.
ed infantry tping at tihe U.S.
Army Trainig Center: in Fort
Gordon, Ga., 'rectnty.,
During the frainig W0ms -
ceaved specilased instruction in
various Iphaes of technleal
skilk I
He entered he Army last Anu
gt and aceted ba train-
ing at the foA.
He is a 1I gradual of WU-
lo High Schbool.
Airmad Gelr R :. i
a f irs. trude Wata of
Gulfa I moL has boi tas-
signed to ute A II,
for technica traLuni as a
United State tir Force air-
craft maitence pecialt.
Airman Waap completed his
al basic military training
at lacklpd kFB, Test
He atleodel Brooms Egh
School


I Or Mn i
With Our Men in Unvfonn


ly ustied in making a slam
ry. The sixar pde suit
which North was known to fit,
together with partial heart
fisa d club void gave his
had eat drutiol pow-
er in spite of the lack of hon-
or sngth. A bid of five ebs
would suggt itself today, but
cueids were little known de.
vices I 12. la result, how-
ever, would have been the


ame.
North's final bid of six
was based on the assu
th South a mst have
trol of oe suit to in


lam, ad t did not em like-
Sthat South could control
spads, hearts or diamonds.
Aft the diamond ad, South
ad various methods avail
for attempting to make twelve
trucks. He a cross-
ruff cold be effective, as this
would give him si spade
tricks in his band, three dia-
mood rfs in dummy and three
winne in the red suits.
In playing a cras ruff its


ALAN TRUCOTT
w um TAsN raf
NORTH (D)
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IBridge

Ie deal sow today helped
win a Nao al Tm Ca
plioskip aMl Ealerpri
aSn iamA tiinwer show l
a ng a s u invitation nw
a hban combining oe hi
card poul
Expe1 bdig today would
fooew derLt chBe. ver
two hearts East would ma
doubt jap to for ou -trump,
utiliing the powar device
d the usuall as trump" to
show length in both inor suits.
This would tiy make six
spads order to rach.
As the bidiW wet, North's
bi of ree hearts somewhat
1-ph1 ihi heart smit
d a male player would
probably prefer a takeout dowu
ble. When the biddlig reached
four spades, South was entire


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The bidig:
29 34
39 Pa
44 Pass
S6 Pa
Wes ld the


Pa-
34
5
Pass
dmamdil


generally sound techique to
cah the winners i the side-
ais first. I this is not done
thereis always a danger that
a opponent will get a discard
during the crs- ruff, and wi
thd be able to ruff oe of the
winners later. Acordiny,
South led out dmnmy's A-K of
hearts.
When te heart queen drop-
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|pdon fthe scod rud, South[
spades t


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Thrmdy, Femry 4, 194 Geieile Sun 17

CigarettePlants Cut Schedules
LOUISILE, Ky. (AP) Waler ThVa, a vice presi
Ie Liville cigarette mm dent of Bree & Willimn


facurers ar operating on
or ened schedules becams of
Idtack market dmud.
The ourday week went to
effe last wek at Brown &
W11Ws on bamcc Corp.,
Pilp Morris Inc., and P. IN.-
iIrd Co.


said be felt


the reductim in


Ak 12 easy ick. f f sen-w
ary, be mcul hav a all
tb trikW by maeuverig for
m diamad ruff i the dun.
ay imed by trop lea,
but a overtrick was a h
aant detail dner total-

Egg Market
JAQCSONV i (AP) -T
Northeast Flori Egg Mar
rices to retailen:
Extra lare SW mostly ;
large 444, moody 47: mste
W mostly 4; nal 3%-
44. mostly 0.
Poultry at frm: fryer 13%;
a nome.


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A.J. Chek Jr., arird
manager, said iacred pro-
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sales nom ay leads to low.
ered prducb early the fol.
ing year.


JITIS VALENTINE TIME I


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DEAR ABBY


0 0


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Agbiail Vwa Biren
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DEAR ABBY: I hope you pot this in your colinO became
lots of guys have the same problem and you e d do a mil-
oa of us a big ar by ering this one question: Why
don't parents want their daughters to have anything to do with
a man in uniform unless he is an officer? Enlisted men are
just as good as officers and a lot better than mot ilians,
yet we are treated like dirt. I have come to the point of
dressing in civics and lying to girls' parents so I can take a
nice girl out, because if most parents knew I was an enlisted
man they'd run me off the place. What do people have against
listed men?
ENLISTED MAN
DEAR ENLISTED: Moot aunts d't make any dieti
between a enlisted -an an officer. They iply rae
at a men in uvale because they are dkepticl a
who is here today and who could b e m terow. The
cream of any anti's crp wears the allted may's ifgorm
(fr a time, at leas) an I weld remind lper ts f t they
could be passing up gpd because t dem't Ik a g ad as
brass.
*
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married five
years and we have four children. (Two are twins.) Well. my
mother-in-law complained to her son right in front of me
that we were having too many children. I am 26 and he is 21
and I think we are old enough to know what we are doing.


1TURSDAY EVENING
:M 8 Best of Grouhe
SRiverboat
5:5 B Greatest Readlie
5:31 Newsepe
5:55 Lal News, Sports,
Weather
6: O0 Sushine Almanac
SNews, Sprts,
Weather
6:15 Channel Five News
(:3 0 News-Walter Crhite
O Operal Alphabet
*8 News, Huley,
Brinkley
7:M 8 Riflemu
When a town drifter ridi-
cules a traveling Italian
nobleman, he doesn't
count on being challenged
to a "Duel of Horor."
O Buckski Bob
Movie
Glenn Reeves
7:* Temple BoHle
"The case for William
Gotch." Houston agrees.
to help a rancher, who.
claims that gambler Mar-'
tin Royale cheated him


A Coates.*41rame


* This Week-
8 E xpnid-
8 8 Dr. Udml
Cesar Romero in "On-
ions, Garlic and Flowers
That Bloom in the
Spring." While Dr. Paul'
Marino recuperates from 1
a heart attack, Kildare
takes over his general
practice in a depressed
area of the city.
a Canre crowbg


Don't you think my hubnd should have told his mother to
mmd her own business? Or do you think it was okay for him
to have laughed it off as a joke and said, "hey are cheaper
by the dozen, Mom!"
NOT LAUGHING
DEAR NOT! Sharpe year sense of r instead of yer
claws and y'll be a lot happier. Year bhere-aw p
bably meat e k1e.e,
b* *
DEAR ABBY: le item in your column about the mailman
who wasi ocked to find some women on his route in their
bathrobes at tWo in the afternoon floored me.
What is that supposed to prove? If she happens to be chang-
ing clothes when the doorbell rings, what is she supposed to
answer the door in? Or should she just go to the door in what-
everstate of undress she's in at that moment?
e mailap's wife said that SHE always got up in the
mor g and put n a foundation garment, hosiery and a fresh
hmudress to do her housework. Well, bully for her! I can
just see myself putting on my girdle and hose to crawl under
the beds to mbp, or to scrub my floors. Phooey on him!
LENA IN LONG BEACH
f I *
(ID.FIDETIAL TO "DESPERATE": Tell year kosbh
whai you spet, and why. And quit eating your heart eat
S* a* *


Town." After his release O News-Mike
'from prison, artist Johnny g Walda Norrs
I Baroa returnss to his 10:25 6 News
, m toon for revenge on 11:31* Word Fo
the girl ho framed himi aI live Laey
ion a sault charge. i11:U8 U 8 Cocetr
UNu h -Dru u I PrieeIsuRig
I 11n:3 Missig
"'The Cooage to Be." I Pete Ad Gs
lopes of getting a free 12: nFirst Im
dose of narcotics, a young lve Of L
Ivagrant fakes a painful 122 S l New
Ailment nd cultivates the 1.2 T r T a or
sympathy of Mrs. 'Morpe Cie
ad UIk T..-- CaeIces


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8 News Weather, Spwte
a New"
0 L~ News (Cler)
a Movio
"Five Graves to Cairo.'
Franchoi Tone, Anne Bax


ter

114p a4
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a1: 0 Perry Masa I5:35
"The Case of the Bounti- (
ful Beauty." Stephanie 6:56
Carew claims that a senn- 6
national best-seller is act-' 8:
ually based on her life, *6 S
and she asks Mason about 7: 8
suing for libel. 1 8
0 Mtblu Swabl Play's 7A5
7: O
1:10 ao Hazel 1:7
(Color) "George's Ordeal" j:6 8I
begins when Rosie bets a
Hazel that he can't lose
10 pounds': 1:3
O Science Repwter
1:0 8 80 Knft Spmee .
. Color "My Enemy. This I:*M


* (Cdr) Jam
IDAY
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POWs Study
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Lhihg Wards
HI Neighir
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UTrday
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Raiger Hal
Newt
Captain Kanmar
Jack L Lam Le
Baketlor Fater
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Jack Lai nM
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: 12:45 Glding Light
12:55 6 U News
1;N B News
S Local News
- 1:5 u Matb Game
1:15 a Feom Interview
1:3 Science
6 As the World Tuns
SErnle Ford
2:U 0 4 Let's Make
A Deal
SPassword
2:25 8 News
2:3 8 O DMeto
0 House Party
:N Loretta Young
O Tell The Truth
3:5 I News-Edwards
3:31 Q You Don't Say!
0 Edge ofNight
4: 0 Match Game
0 Secret Storm-Sera
6 Popeye's Pals
4:25 News
4:1 8 Buns and Allea
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"They Won't Forget.'
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.. NOIN nSK IS A PLAYWIFE, TU 10CW.GOODNIGHT
NOMR MI-1 ITDORLILT, IN E!-- TAT

WASHINGTON It is gray Men in ten gallon hats and wil in the re for space and him out of the big dark house -
ad windy here and at night three-buttton suits are standing eo beat communism in The townspeople dread these
there i. an evil white nonon marble steps throughout thethe struggle r ms minds? marauders. who fly through the
which laughs at the FBI. city trying to reassure passers-Ithe man askei "Because were air and alight without warning 4 .
Recemnl a crew from the by. They are certain to get toabl to put mresand intospace tdelivertheir fearful borg at- in /. Y
state projectile factory sent a the bottom of this moon affair thal anv othr great power," tack.
camera to the moon to take pic- before ln, they mnsist. The caMe the rey. "Right now. for 11 come in .na guises
ures. The Nati onlSecurity people, for the most part, hur- eupple, we :are orbitmg 5 Some stand o stree corners
Council was curious to OnW ry past them with eyes alerted. per cent more sand than anyishoaingtheir teet. Itisbestto
why the moon was laughing and other washdaM product." rnd tTe id -NAVY -E. -voC N VE TO I Ov
whose side it was on in the A short time ago. a man had.s goa i around the block to avoid *T T i 3 i
struggle for men's minds. The his nme taken down for argu- "' taL like a sop saies.this kmd. He seizes his victim ra Ne dwPPE fAo N;VI To .: r T -, s 1Ia r T WB-L v
camera never came back. ing. "Why are you so sure we ma, said t skeptic. "My ad.by the hand, shows his teeth 2 T.. HAD EZ ME CO T A; ... DiFA ... S : c e..
-- --- -- v-c to all ofouis, Leave thatand says. "As I can display t Pveo EC.- EAVEPA. O.'u
mowi alone' Whereupon t he more teeth than an other bor-, a & 4-ho I
mahs hame was taken down er. I am clearly the nicest fel- I hTiSl
Sby) the po I ie and circulated low around and should therefore ',
r M amIng Ihis neelighbors who, for. be made the Leader."
AI turtelv for him. reported that Others take the opposite tack. e i
ACI i he ept reguLr hours, drank se zing the victim's hand and r'
L MdLal 25Cahr httle and alwys spoke well ofurging him to let h i old mother
rM y.Wul l"ng:KalSttek. /pa her own bspital bills and
K ha 29. AbiBrdy The big hosse of athe Lader having. "a m clearly the mea
paa 3l.k ev I brer is drk ad eerie under the t fellow around= abound
1.Moni S.ColIe ore-white mnamlight. The Laitbad-lrore be made the Laderl
111011 5P i
u11 4 E.5 er Mg thrir the big house O thers s the townspeople by
an. ightt t.Cg out 3lightsigha en i rs OU i thatIIW HALT! ',est 6N !W
Thirt '.'mb Ptse a2!re ra n rs that he is"Siue yeo imist that I smren. A C't S'C'^ B.IfL w/.. 4 .AtWO, rb
.Ud s& 38.MlWm MulIn :uie i the subject. Hefice myelf to byemne the Lea- ~ FRE a'T'F 6 s-6A E.E.
Sp .O holy aN a /b en.l m kte lli ng peole he muster, my dr apb uty constrains l'7" ha .t. I
-le. -340.blyLrgd 1.Er nmil Se e the light billa here*me gie I"L
I7.Elakorme 41.FEatnm r 8.a f wib" M~*whaN t moneyletoiPo slm rer rabm rey talk
j8. Ra u 2.,,ss., 91a r J^ toThe 0la 1kod wa h tre bont- hnyo i d,, is uppr-
IL Naoir b3. an 11 lrk gle far men'jiminds. must in te mindelh e
2L Type tseTd Cat w o ple may that thepope. They are giu to Idi-
m am ldwa 5.Al IMlt titled to a lewim eaplnalons of Vh bCth
nablkd .m s. g sn Ii ns)swimw i comsierii he'enderaisanm r dael ha
3sinkm aa48.Wl CL" IWbL i nru lawis.k For me thig clothes on e tmoug he Lbob
7D InspiredbMan from ever thel asad lbow te ainej
3 r4L WM & hambe e:Pog amd sayi Mr. may's mis ca be m byl
,t dm thathe t uenrihEi k heas; ad i ab t wa
a s; h e,, on!vi. b. Tr ha amheeonu,! th#U m au .
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24s.. whoasd arnd town ffr sev-WI alqs, they are Sl-r ar
d ~ tra years, lbit everybuyI has Seely hpnu as a s tf A' m. auLse I
Russat 1 ast to my It tt eie Ask, "Wha wll ya dm i s T ag O OX l EI I-P 0 11t 0C FAILY lt i0111" IDgl MLu6 MIU
-s or the geerr l aIder-la M myaat e vthsai a rC O M oaR aINSr ass on ue
I.veral MAi th i at w or -s e t e-Iy dI ye about be
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How To Sell


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GAINESYILLE


SUN FAMILY


WANT ADS



Fam* Want Ad smy fe im d by
..r ludhidiel, mbu.iduee S
waliser offw : r llr by
claift In any of ths Wa Ar"
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To quality for this special rate Family Want Ads will .
Offer only o single item, or related Items (I.e.: Couch arnd coirt;
start with the item offered for sole or purchase; state the slte or
purchase price of each hem; contain the phone number o ad-
dress at which items may be bought or sold; appear in a op-
mororiate classifications:


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Have all words spelled in full except for obbreviatons s in
evoy-day writing. f(i: St., Street; Ave., Avenue, Fla., Flrida,
etc.) I
Allowances for error in Family Want Ads will be made whelnerror
is reported on the first publication day of the ad. Allowance will
consist of extension of publishing days to equal the days on Which
erro.a of mtrl importance to the meaning of the od and otrib-
utable to the Sun were published.

Faeity Wet A dedlimeW : Weekdepy-5:30 p.. puue g
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TO1 ORDER YOU I PHONE FR 6467
FAMILY WANT A_ *DS* R

WRITE o nc COME IN


DO IT TODAY ... PICK-UP EXTRA CASH

Check the closets andtorage rooms for any of he folWing
ou my hav hat you do not nmd.

COUNT 5 WORDS PER LINE


4 LINE MINIMUM


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TI nN.-. .. STATE

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equity SIt.a lw sacrince M,
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REDUCED
VI LY 1 beldihow masot.
t u on large mmer i .to
WesAwood Estates NOW AVA
ABLE at a REDI CED PRN F.
of s17MB. Florid, roo,. let.
ramuo orn aweaig dwodo'j.
built-Ia SB a nd range, lard
earpeLt. You can anUse A.
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SEE TOI IXCEPTIONAML
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Mt asoory hom Saalee
Io myUci micandentel a am.
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haves SI, AM.etc dril asod
wao. talrn larg IMasge
yard And a Street. OWN.
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you DO NOT HAVE TO
QUAUrY FOR LAXAN: NAME
YOUR OWN TSMAN

John Merrill
Realtor
NULTIPLg x UsTi

MARC lUA PAID!
W. HIf. saONmAm

FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR


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timile ft 343Z 1Zln. prie wo Mell FR 3.

is PuapKat fir eday! Sol Unneeded equip-
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KIRKPATRICK
REALTOR
31 N. Main S"e 4 l
kay NDtiae .ne14M WU
Capt. A. W. Bee, 13N4. Ret


McKinney

Green

Deaton

Business:
ThWi iwrofty s mom "re
tag bouleesa astued 13
Sw hAd St. vi r
block of te (n( EaeW -
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We Recommend
Yes tS bmR wll pu
you U sManyways. Its baNesa
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quality homa IsA P ced
-$750. dws awiest Sil1
per Bmat Dal wait LAI
w itsw ky tW property t.
day Drive by 3lU 3W
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NEW
3 BR's-

2 BATHS
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ONRE ALTAC LM
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UNIVERSITY

REALTY
It N. Mai St 9. 4L 141
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FORDYCE

FEATURES
Comfort & Beauty
ale stAt will fid hla t
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tat elte t akMu w
eased let b N.W. Gainevie.
The bauaiul Psttells will be a
prect place to* ed thee
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fealmre no will id be Ib"
asatrule 3 boden han.
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the ftlg roNe by a ow fAre-
piece. Awd, te ocecse ear
hamr, a oraw rfwt-a man
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in tialn hemSU Sema w oher
bdroa two bath hue. All
ya ow* amI far I sYeO.
A *T7 attractive kicha gt i
*t or aink cats cawl
heating and a y a awe
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-Call n1- 3617. ItN'C.

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Col. J. W. D.a. Mr. KLV. Smaller, Amtei
Jye Butterworth Mr. le e A e
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Sa in m to1m an $34,000
home on nagificent I 1/3
acre woodedaeek-ide lot
with hpe furnished
sthos. Dowoods,
pine & oaks. QwlIty 6
value throughout. Finance.
ing available.
SL daly th flies, 10 to
A sewt riL. a to Lt NW
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NW. Near LNWlsd shooL
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fret add Mar termae. st
car arge ;W t. ft.
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PARRISH

PRESENTS
NEAR THE UNIVEBSrrn,
NM WE.-"WE
Lam) 1bt0an, 4 b1a bick
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DUMRfULm LIVING. Lotely
3 broam. 2 bath sone A
loty Emlly Ferret CoGy v.
iW Rma ow w O fire.
place ad wl to Wall carpet
has. BIf-th kitck coai
bhat ld air us fM~lt g. Lme
17 feedbo hal arW with suti.
-* d pool am ha bum
mart
LOVULY OED L&VEAfEZ
reM bdcwa 2 balk home
bull f t of to e knellSt
are lots In Gtaeville. Btee-
Mtta" c~r ourt, sullel Ufta
ivam. "KIbon mter be&d-
-r twith drotn -s adl
bath. Cents beet ad air ma
dSba*.. Entit i o by.
FINLEY AREA. &. ban two
lovely 4 bedroom es. WatR-
I dislaac to J. J. FMiey
as ni OB nie a Wooded lots.
oa onse have left oel. a
both are watimg for nic large
bafes for imIediate am.
paety. Canl for complete ieir
amba oa both bosses.


MeM.

PARRISH
AND ASOCIATES INC.
MMsER MULTILEi Lmr
H. WayON Mme & Graham
Carolyn Gardeh
Mary Parrish
9 N FIr Street Tel. WS-375
LoVE.Y Fletcher ebll ta
S MU SW s3d A. Total
pdo eKW. DaM pNe
"M. Monthly paymrt Vs
sact o r. P4.
IN wt
alltmic~ Gwyn owfc
Fa Gun Ca
sa(mie. luevs twa.
Outer na -Ln, 4 BedmB
2 bat houon. C"tral air coal-
Mltisg ad hbeSt. $110. Lota
of extra. Linking dram.
nrtary V steooaa dikiwashe,
ae. wiUtR waki diteaM
to Sehoolb.. See at 51 N4
.h St. Fn E m7.


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WANTED 1He aces, realay
pJtcd, all or partly weded
wltsa fmalle i G ne.iulll
Wre Ban ll-Anc/e eGe
Na
42 Fom. & Aeaao


230

ACRES
InTRIN i n ASA e- L3
actl eMd budl e NWsa
mh aS L. T~i o lMoeaM
appox. 4 blocks NW 3kh
Strat. 115 O Weas .NW
th StF. 115 Acre Ea "e of
MW inth St. laurel creek
this. t s.a Larg
asMult Sa Im mBW L"der
Financing on
Good Terms

Norwood

Hope

FR 6-5301

GROUP


Wll be rowed to purabe
shove property befon
FEB. Ist
?? INTERESTED ? ?
Cal Nrwomed Bope or lMauI
with m obligatlouis.

240 ACRES


RepS .aplsO Acares lately Mmew


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FORDYCRENRrALS:
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QUALITY

HOMES

Westvilla
NW 16tIk Ave. a 37. St


Carol Estates
NI Mk. S .0 ib Ave.


TERMS!
WALTER STUBIS,
1321 NW b16thAve.
Ph.6-5394
Mike Knet Associate
"We Trade Houses"


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


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1021 NW 40th Dr.
2 r. 1.% ith. a .
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45181-4 IU. 2 .
* 3. I-bath. 151 ow.
10.313 SI S3M t.
106-304-14 I U 391 St.
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THEN CALL YOUR REALTOR

FOR THE HOME OF YOUR DREAM.


Raiph Fossw
Fordyce AssociaMe:
Warner Wevemar'
J. W. Kirkpatrick Redir,
McKinnre-Green-Deator
Jonn Merrill Agernc
Tom Dobuon Agenct
Wilbur Bishop, Realt,


v' M. Parrisn & ASjciatei
J Pierce Smith, Realtor
Oladys Smith Reaulty
University Realty
Arnold Realty
Dan Byrd Agency
Arch Campbell, Realtor
Red Franks, Real Estate


I Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors


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CUSTOM PLAN
* A rare opportunity tor someone TO purchase a
special custom rodel of our most popular
home plan.
* De gned for conitonraole iving and gracious
entertaining. Large living room that opens
onto private screened porch Concrete patio.
* Ultra-modern kitchen with built-in GE oven
& range, range huod, aid garDage disposal.
Built-in breakfast bar Separate ining area
* Master Dedroom suit has walk-trt closer, lux-
urious bafti with glass enclosed tile shower
* Situated on Deautifully ,-.xoec lot in Gaines-
ville's new prestige addre.,
Priced below market at $lb,05U No money ouwn
VA. You pay only $100 closing or $700 down
FHA include& closing
372-1551

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


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new homes wues n now available


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Important -New Sign in "64

Homes by Kirkpatrick & Pierson

You'll find stickers with the above message on all turnoces ir,
new '64 homes in Highland Court Manor-another in a long
list of significant improvements being mode continuously by
Kirkpatrick and Pienon
What it means, of course, is that all new '64 homes have tur-
noces which will accommodate a central air-conditioning unit
for your added comfort in the summer Ask about it todav-it
can be installed at any time
Over 20 Models, Priced From
$12,300 to $17,50

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iSS-'n^, "" "Mm" -- "' sF TREMENDOUS CARVALUES at B &- G u 62
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uom he M24 Ck k.c sowAs m= u ei. 'f t M bn o sn. Factorth &wy fuy ar fu a M"BILL 8' 5 L 98 Htop wsden. 4 MiCURY. MoAtmy 1K $79
i.a .d.s.,. s a L mm.a i s--s. r blw..Oiao r.24,-. Indlap pof sedm. &Fa- burt fr ull pontr sedrien f eair ir poM c
ais w,,,..m ..,, SEWING MACHINE Ai a w, sla & lr s med by o ,eat. .20.000 oj AMIi. l METRO
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1O_ _is t Sam o A 429 $_______ sa4


ln N. S.,. 1.roD niiit*t W i, wth Deu im, Do $2995 M $1295 F--- -
S. Wear m sA a smi s $4o2r95 at Vhill blick & whift inter- r $950A RI
-54 las iah Am tMa. atfheaay o st. o m M ior. 4 widow rdtol A K. 44NK Invitle. Htop Ca s t
M a s. r I model. n e nr. Sold esedn. Low mile. Very 1 FOMD. Station wlr. d i. atear
*ARMP r .tI-_ 96. i r 92 KARMAN GIA. x-.lby5613.2300- 0 11411 b06,8iii.oU P23.000nen 8aiad88utn. Pofrrom Us .1* V--,V" A tram. Light D ,i. Co9 -M W id_ im,
I S_ it .-. ,-- .s. a w,$ Call 376. c l eLL is w $k12g95 $9 _75
WAIU w.S us 1 1 ADVML M t" b & .inr8392 afr' V & vi- intr 2_9_ ____ 8. i----------. $950$2o14
nM sr asa. cna e,,r a mi .1Wr Co oRx. 6M e MNasAn Coiae. b en, Nice .e5o A B U. mRA.
& SUL. L 61CDILL AC -s .w fO It cSaBIU c. Conwi- 1 O S 88 sedn. temlharm buck stses. 60 N CU1Y. Sedan. < oont sy Medical
sm.ar aW x. w T*O. o l aT. fi nsE. b y. Factory air ond. Factory air innc. Auo sm s. 17.000 miles Powin. C Urein. Ow.a SM Uao. mx
S s. r- "as.. r je A White ~ Black lheawer. O ne "8 interior n One owr 8 Low AM -disa-t Le% ewtB iss.
SW ainmtl m .a .. r'S.: NIL R $2095 $1195 59 BUICK $895
aUA S i.. Mu I, 4A,,0. $3295 ,,Atka w.a _,,, _.. --.
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.,- 0 0.11----11OUT Sai. C w. ed ..Era. as. ,E'v ,i,. S9 C HEY ,
amUr GOam e...A..sst .. an.t't" As i ii (1 CADILLAC. Sen DI M OLDS. D 0lCowtibe. ter 6 i h te d 0 FALCOIN. S daion ww ce9 e5 iae.ry," Unad.er.
A i NlDn.M- hmire Eflt U H 4NT l.. u i SF art seatalay Ville. F'cry ir. Ful Sy7ed for ,pring. Full a. o en. 6 w sih tia n.d d $89. I ra s mi sm nd h eas
Airms a beft N.ss *D Bcided M. ad I= 1 .....PI o wer.Whie._owe._6___
Sbe,-t.s. m ,aes .* i & "a $$195 n$1595 $815 $195 57 CADIAC $895
tuS C lm"d tr M gw u nA 4dr. esapnt, sot ratc. nb,
nMf Ta RALT ery I t E Ir sc rca. uL .. w .- anlor, oner dearb., ,d 57 CHEV
we N.W.i n UL M tiaume i towp. Ses deal ba f ea cald a Air SalOMaad9 w r station waon. V4,
as etn w-t"l' sse ms Ma lAp. rl 4 1 CADIUAC. Coupe. 40 OL 88 sedn. Fac- Ftio y nr 2 C6OWN IMdNIIAL fI1tn, r__d SLt4tr,
Ase w .a Fr air. Beautiful.. F l r. Powster pow. r 000 Sooude $695 $695
af ags- em es ta o over m AWite. ond brkes. White Miles Reduced $100 dan. h ed. Factory air,
-- .m eoe,,..a *N,, oand ..r. ""1 is as es i$3" 1S S395 NO DOWN PAYMENT
OUrWgANDIMG Bi"''ne Omam ope. N ap ma Gsr. r a, e:es thr /L 7
me .... l ic a S betm e hamr. ia m tsp, a S o 6s a I Se 88fHtop nadin. so a i YM ed. $32M stRom M a M
ar mr MuS mae er m t 6A 0 CADUAC. Sedn Ds Whie & blue. Po swer ster SaCHi F. arly Iamp 58 PLYM. Southam1 Rambler 29 M.
Aam. F e tsk -a y RIMd m awsO 1af4 P vill Factory s.iair. Fullt P "n to s.Poiftyairg o r80p0a ai7 5"7CHEY .. $29 Mo. 57 FORD $32 Mo.
wit assibea.centaxiUhl. Dow, __ba _W Wis._cSwFO D ..$$10957$DOD.GEond .M. .


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You AR b arex.at i$I;5. we oIwer. -Wa7 UIC3,W M. O UICO
ma. a^ a.'i&aq a... h.. as sw asf -"* -$2795 5_ CHEY S. $NE $29 Mo.

41 Wallbd 1 01teAs.eA Ui miUi sg- A ONG ,I3; se Factory air. Full power. altent value wagon. Standad shift. Very ftpW Roim, power- m be bough fee m dows payflm.
wa win awe ar a mse o ofwet sie d.$ 3 S a White & tinsulain Laral. $795 "niceo
bmm%- owab a Packgbats, U Fleas mma$995 $695 sesi RIDGWAY MOTOR(CO.
OR T*V._'aw P..*_. ---9---.M.a-----.-------.--.Passi.na.. 3 *1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
wANl eat od 0 pa CUT y I ad omm. on m OM se e O W. 4
Zc3ts Ain 32ZJOON. B &6 MOTOR (C0 AUTHORIZED
7*1" rul ig"" "mdbea" w)on" N& .eO. T B O.O (On CADILLAC |'
ft a..7 en MW, M."& ee maGE eVWe. Wp% ,L NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2ad Ave... FR 6-7515 ODSMOIILE .
a-- 5: 5BALDWIN PIANO samM.ikIst Si m 4 M. USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St... FR 6-7515 DEALER
St:,, 3.I MODEL No. 937 3 wbX 0W IN*
To CD S % Original Saile Price..$1095 e i- sir.ar ig 3dr.u i
---'- Used........ $495 Mup,'3= ...h.e," HAwA0W, O CO. GAINESVILLE'
abe. s, GAS .. Gridley .. aAINSVILL A
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vascur..a N. .u N coe .ol. womb*, I tbmFee "i nse a2 h 0 TRANSMISSION
age ..e as .. ,*L 4- 4 ~ ,". i" JAMMED WITH GREAT SAVINGS! and n
*1e. s *a- is, n2ic 0L If you Don't like these low, low price. 'A CARLPITTS
ae w. Nuesw. ams Au ivm:GANISVILLE
---mFasa wonre. Au- SaLO MAKE US AN OFFER! ENTERPRISE
SM W see m e- e oft .- UO S ENEPI
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MRas u... at wase & e"CS"en. N-, .,eh N P 4 PLYM. 2-dr. HT, Fury, PS, A,/T, R & H, V-8, 6,000 miles $2 95
aNr., Mr.. u w --o a a. f 63 VALIANT,4-dr, V.200, A/T, heater, beautiful bright red $1895 THE SOUTH
year heats. Cii mail. sP- & n S! a ts4 "I-.- -
Sm v r s.. S. 561 IMPERIAL,4-dr, Crown, PS, PB, A/T, A/C, R&H, Pwr Seat $5095
DAVID White, ow sono o a LARGEST
DAIruments 125. m Uaisiwss prl .'* 3 AMERICAN, 4-drA/T, heater, 9,000 actual miles ...... $1445
S9a is2" m IC 5TC ,3 UAB, .-dr, 4-speed, rda. heater, like new..........$1395 AUTOMATIC
! 1[ rA bM .-e' Jl'- d W, W,, J_ ......AUTOMATIC
* rnvoks, exst amI et a t mt e ts apw. i s NI.
,s aCONN.OLLY s P.ais hles".orlhnh 62 COMET, 4-dr, A/T, radio, heater, real sharp ..........$1595 TRANSMISSION
TeV aws.at. S M U" nema. isnlCanses. hAem 1
r caes, n ceM mm as. L1#.1i 62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr, radio, heater, V-8, nice ... $125 SPECIALIST
..M adAue.d... wF.se, am.1 OLDS,4-dr,PS, PBR&HA/TSharp............$..P1795 PECIALIST
s ca,13re A a a a w ..g c.b hkSO.Br:=a aSaeI1adm t5seub CHIVY,4-dr Impolo, radio, heaer, a real beauty .......$1595 forA l I Emae
Md ever.amur sn wake.A Lin TredkSerieNAH Mk. RIPAIRS IXCHANG1
GS WA T etT u1 i 20 NW to AvWe.8 72-4 53 18 yearsof expert, dependable service in
T e s s au, w le.. Sn als Face a 60 PO TIAC, 4-dr. PS, PB, R & H, one-owner, sharp .....$1395 Miami 3 other s lase citle,
o6 1 rte deck tar oaR me Cant m l tno ..es
eastr". n e ade. u ma iSiM n o d esye 60 OLDS, 2-dr, A/T, hooter, real nicecar ................$1195 A Work a
acs. ad 1 o1 s IV"STSI i.eumu. Pra/-T..lI
"Pa Rt INAReM R alesUT.IG aAVIN6ssS! -59 CHEVY, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, V-8, Impala.. $115 $-HOUR svicas
u", ,_ca ,.,. -T ss, "Da b LmGu 59 IMPERIAL,4-dr HT, PS, Pi, A/T, R & H, A/C, Nice- ....$195
0 N Y F.y S$AE 4 0 FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS $AVE $$
WYATT- NEW CAR 6 DIRECT FROM DETROIT 6 SALE SALE
Sag ol tTraile Soes m 5 CNHYm, 2-dr HTn, NPSsP, A/T, PS, P1, A/C ... $325 CH" 59ALA
AMM shbleIM 016 AmEM d_43 IMPRIn Crown. 4-dr 1T, PS, P1, R & R, A/T, A/C, SIMn U2 CHEVROLIT 59 CADILLAC
sam mE a n Me "11 A VALIANWT, V-200, 4-dr. A/T, R & H, PS, wiot..$045 4r5.ModelNo.is, autom
Ssa uee e s a eD 3E .. 483ALIANT, V-200,p 4-dr, A/T, R &H N, PS, re SIMS4 a1,is.. Casory,
Mass. owsnowKEETE A V.0 4rA/T, H. e .PSwht. ___m. e COMET $PECIAL
tuom a* asw. eiw m a m -eSH 1i&mER wP A TH T cB e". er0a knt&&l 63 COMET
A.*IM 10ookA A '1 "Your Frierodly, FORD Dealer Since 1924" 0 CERTIFIED MILEAGE i 1-..4,e. .tco..
.n U. wetP." e. "-t ae 233W. SU7, A.. FR.R2-050 -Years, 50O M,000 wile Wary CHEVAOLET $2595
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at. ea" nSe, haler aa a5 FORD poVery s enmal
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3e7 *M d. 57 CHEVY, 4-dr Wagon, PS, PB, A/C, A/T, V-8, Nice .... .$85 $ Oe "S
iatIf i-aThe Public hags been' bm-dls a y: asseo 99s
V on anmfkt 58 FOR5, 4-dr, heater, '-Mns $nyy......................$295Many,manymore of all makesarnd models
ft" sa n amae-beiate lowest aPrid Athe ,. ViWten made c.rll ,, TR
?s.57 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V. 8, sharp ...............$495, tvery cils.
IFR Y U BE EIOLKS 4-dr wagon, PS, File R & H, V-8, 4h ......$11" CRANE nLIcol Merlcry
M011 1111S mom st FR 2 -163
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Revamped X-15 Faster, Bett


MWARMS AIR IoMi
BA Calif. (AP)-I dmam't
I"k like an XI5 anymore. It
doesn't even look like an air-
But, ma, will it go:
That's the word from a pre-
view of the X15 rocket plane
which soon wil begin trying for
speeds up to 5,4 miles an b or
-or ,000 feet a second.
The rebuilt X115 has two exa-
ternal tanks carrying an addi-


He Learned


The Hard Way
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Jess
E. Wright, 43, lighted a cigar-
ette and almost drowned.
Driving along Fall Creek
Parkway Tuesday, Wright took
a deep drag, choked and faint-
ed. His car ran over a curb,
rolled down a bank and went
into the creek.
"'lie next thing I knew, my
hand was dangling in water,"
Wright said.
He waded ashore, unhurt and
vowed: "I'm giving up smok-


Men'S Shop-St.. FMor


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MEN'S
FAMOUS MAKE
SWEATERS


CARDIGAN OR
PULL-OVER STYLES


Were 8.95 To 15.95


NOW 1 TO i OFF


CLEARANCE


MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE


LONG SLEEVED


WHITE OR
PASTEL

DRESS

SHIRTS


BROKEN SIZES 14V2 TO 17/2,
32 TO 35 SLEEVE LENGTHS


WERE 3.50 TO


5.95


NOW I PRICE


Relax in a Pedwin


hiS


CONTINUING OUR

MEN'S CLOTHING


CLEARANCE


FiATURING OUR
6 Group 1


EXCLUSIVE


BRANDS!


"BOTANY STUDENT" &
MERIT "STYLE-MART"
MEDIUM-WEIGHT SUITS
I


WERE 39.95-49.90


NOW 29.90


Group 2


MERIT "STYLE-MART"
' MEDIUM-WEIGHT SUITS
WERE 49.50-50.90
NOW 39.90
o Group 3
"IKUPPENHEIMER"
MEDIUM-WEIGHT SUITS
WERE 110.00-125.00
NOW 89.90-99.90


S CLEARANCE OF
:OVER 300


FAMOUS MAKE
MEN'S LONG
SLEEVED

SPORT
SHIRTS
Wee 2.98-5.95
Nw Price


for tigers


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150% Ail, 50% Cotton)
BOYS' 6 TO 12


(Reg. & Slim)
BOYS' 14 TO 20


3.99


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his. Nhb xtsend half the ski tmperabMires of US deo
khib of Sonm2t dag greo at ee up b t cr-
amd ma It look like b me red redor 4,1 lpJL
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For the first time since Xls
started flt aH IM.f is on
will be decked at, for record
flights, in a coat of bright white
nst ofd thof traditional black.
the white is a sealer sprayed
over a coating of heat-resistant
material similar to that used on
missle warheads. The material
will be sprayed over the entire
surface before each record
flight in thicknesses varying
from threequartrs of aa inch
on the nose asd leading edges of
wing and tail to a tenth of an
inch on the aft fuselage.
E. W. Johnson, 15 engineer
at North American Aviation,
Inc., in Los Angeles, says the
heat resistant chemical com-
pound win slough off from air
friction at SN degrees Fahren-
heit, dissipating the heat before
it can sink into the plane and
weaken its structure.


"Wieout the heStueistant
ablativ coating," Jobm says,
"the new X15 at LU feet per
second would heat up to about
2,4 dqrpes."
The white coating will not be
used mal flights of the XISA-2,
only on speed runs at the com-
paratilvy low altitude of IM,.
m fee Johnson says.
It w 't be needed on purely
scientific flights, when Uthe rock-
et plane will be used as a space
truck to carry a star camera to
50,01 feet, well above the at-
mosphere.


ter Four Hooks
For Snook?
after a crash ladi a year TAILAHASSEE (AP) H
ago, will be highspeed evelit's illegal to snatch snook with
flight to test ramet engines, be three hooks in Pinellas County
says. as the State Board of Cor
Ps.n... f T i servation's new rule stated -
be delivered bher this what's wrong with using four?
Johnson says, and it will under- Nothing. And Pinellas judges
go several test flights before are tossing out cases brought by
attempting new speed rec- conservation officers because of
words. Meantime the other two the loophole in the wording of
Xl5s win continue making high. the regulation.
altitude flights to test proce- The board changed the rule
dures for r-entt inq the at.' Wednesday. It's now illegal to
mosphere safely from space at snatch snook no matter how
high speed. many hooks are used.


Johnson says the X15A-2 had
not been designed to exceed the
of 354," feet but could if such
a mission were required bv the
National Aeroautics and Space
Administration, which conducts
the X15 research program with
the Air Force.
Primary mission of the
XI5A-2, modified during repair


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COTTON


PRINT
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Roll-up
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Similar
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^W. CLEARANCE!
JUST 50 YOUNG JUNIOR
FALL DRESSES
WERE 12.95-19.O9
NOW $5 & $6


Two-piece frocks 75% acetate, end 25%
cotton cord. White pique trim down front of
bodice, collar nd cuffs. Full impressed box
pleated skirt on broadcloth bodice Some for
Bi Sister by PRISSY MISSY. Colors: Blue/
ite/Red.
3-6x, 11.
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