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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 9, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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GAINESVLLE, FLORIDA, SUNW AY, FEBRUARY 9, 1964


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Hits County

Vocational

Education
By amUr toE
ha Idafla Wdiler
Aachm Com'I high sKh
have failed to Il vocatial
adecasto time students who
need k, School SLpt E.D. Ma-
aoi dherlpd yesiky.
Lack dfk ais, teeitd m ad
Weat ale hslel dilatesa^
- p"s -- cam,
aw .sM pr s pO ms
er sehlshfNO eeh b the
en*y, the Spr de-&
dared B the third b series
d reportsmte status f th
c- school -ym.
Mamtg said with the faorn
O ada1 ute 0 oc1tioIl adama-
tio prorm n the igh
scals the o aYledave to
meet the edso all the Ah
school students was to set up a
area technical high schooL
He said the comprehensive
high school appears eal in
theory, but it will not answer the
practical problems faced by
this county.
"Following a joint survey
with the Gainesville Chamber
of Commerce in 167, a general
plan was reached to establish
mveral comprehensive type
high schoe with good vocation-
al programs Ia each," Man-
sing's report reads.
"However we failed to attract
enough students into the pro-
grams. Our guidance counselors
were not able to change the
point of view held by many
teachers, parents and students
that the high school program
should be purely college pre-
paratory in nature."
Some felt that vocational pro-
(See HITS R Page )

Enters Race

For Countv

Judge Post
Mrty- for.year. old John
Cowl annuced today he
would n mag t Caumy Judge
H.H.. McDe la tim May
Primary.
Conite l a Comaen m -oy
mat AJ cy here and is a co-
a the Wacua iVMe.
He is a former parole officer
and snaied Tratnl Center
Comen is a Georg native
Ml received his badlor's de
Ie i social am from Flo-
ris State Univerity. He did
graduate work at FSU n or-
retiMg in 157 and was a
mber d the Florid Parole
CBmisiom staff n Gainesville
bue ling the Sunland
This is the statement issued
by Comaell smom i his can-
oaey:
"I am placn myself in this
ace at he urging of many
ftds ad because I believe
wMp capable of effectively
imile the duties of the o.
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the car u which three Uarty of Florida student were killed. At right is Henry
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Truck-Car Crash



Kills 31 UF Students


By BLL TAYLOR
a Staff Writer


Three University of Florida
students were kild instantly
early yesterday when ti car in
which they were riding collided
with arator trailer rig four
mile south of Hi Spis on
U.S. 41.
Deadare: John Frankl Web.
er, ad George Artr Deitz
Jr., 18, both o West Palm
Beach nd Royal Meyer Coats
Jr., 21, i Avon Park.
The accident occurred on a
rain-lt stretch highway
about 11:45 am. wh the car
carryie the stden Was bead.
ed north, towad Hi gh Sprop.
The driver of the tractr4nral.
er rig was ideatd u Henry
Crow of College Park, Ga.
Crow and a ca iver, D. S.
Land of Alata, ma ed
serious injury, but were treated
for bruises red when they
were thrn to the front dof th
cab upo impact with the car,
it was reported.
Crow told investigating h-
way Patrol troeprs he was
driving about a m a per hour
when he wet over "a rim hn
hihway" al nw e car am
inle uardibHe Siltl rbe
was "Mtde hire t dli
ntotosplf tS Il| tietT
trailer.
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4ig rig and was dragged under
9the cab of the tractor trailer.
I Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper A. T. Anderson said the
car was dragged 143 feet down
e highway ad ended up under
'the big rig.
SAssisting Trooper Anderson
With the investigation of the
*wreck were Highway Patrol/
5gt. T. W. Harris and Alachua
iCounty Sheriff's Deputies.
I The traffic fatalities were the
fourth tith and sixth of this
Vear in Alachuas County. Last
'year five had died ia traffic ac-
cidents by the ame date.
Trooper Anderso said the
.,ar. 1,2a Valiant, was owned
Deity, but was being drive
y Weber. The wreckage of the
car w mre along the high-
iway firm the point o impact to
he plac where the tractor-
trailer cm to Ia Itop.
Investigating troopers said


,'Civil Rigi
WASWINGTON (AP) 'Mie
bHouse bogged dow ights
tower wiuen's right, feao
the aged ad faM tocom-
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w Monday. Thim Jag m
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the wreckage ly vaguely re-
seabled a car. Workers were
still busy yesterday afternoon
attempting to dean up the
wreckage it was reported.
The tractor trailer is a 1M1
model with a diesd engine. The
front of the rig is a "flatnose"
type with the cab over the a.
gine.
Trooper Anderson said it was
raining and there were gusts of
wind when the accident oc0
cufed. Because of the highway
being wet, there were no skid
marks and Trooper Asdesm
estimated the car was traveling
about W miles per hour.
Coatswasa freshman at the
unversty. funeral services ifor
him will be conducted in irm
ingham, Ala., torrow at 2
p.m. He was bom July 1t, 1 2,
in Mimi Details of his uriv
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$6 MILLION QUESTIONS

FACE VOTE TEST
Five questions worth N million to the City of Gainesville will
be answered by city freeolders Tuesday.
'iere are 3,918 freeholder electors registered to vote, ac-
cording to Friday's official list reported by the registration of-
fice.
However, freeholders will be eligible to vote if they have
proof of property ownership and that they are registered
voters in the city.
Afidavits will be available at the six polling places but city
officials also urge freeholders to bring additional proof of land
ownership, such as last year's tax receipt or the property deed.
Poling places are:
Precincts 13 and 9-VFW Hall.
Precincts 5 and 17-J. J. Finley School.
Precincts, 7, 12 and 16-Girl Scout Headquarters.
Precincts 24 and M.-Westwood Junior High.
Precincts 4 and 27-Recreation Center.
Precincts 23,5 and 31-Bucholz Junior High.
The 13 projects included in the $6 million capital improve-
ments program have been divided into five groups:
Group 1-East Gainesville sewer extension and central dump.
Grup 2-Two new fire stations and equipment, city hall,
public works headquarters and library expansion.
Group 3- Major throughfare system, sidewalk revolving
fund, street paving revolving fund and off-street parking.
Group 4-Two new recreation centers, park development and
purchase o S new park sites.
Group s -Storm drainage.
Fale of a majority of the voters to approve any of the
five questions would defeat only the one question rather than
-the are five-part program.
Passage of the program requires a voter turnout of 1,960
and a minimum majority "yes" vote of U.


Sends Team to London

Over Cprus Tension


LONDON (AP) President
Joan dispatched a crack
tubMooibmg team bern Sat.
ufay for urgent negotiations
with Britain o the incresingly
tee Cyprm iuation.
T7e Prukies acted almost
simultaneously with publication
of a sharp rejection by Prime
Minister Sir Alec Douglas-om
of Soviet Premier Khrushmeev's
charge that Britain and the
United States planned invasion
and occupatin of the embat-
tled Mediterranean island.
Douglasa ne called the alle-
pgatis "as offensive as they
are unfounded."
The prime minister and For.
eign Secretary R. A. Butler will
fly to Washingt for conmlta-
tions Wednesday with Johnson
on Cypus and other presin
probleLs
Meanwhile, Undersecretary of
State George W. Ball ad three
Itp aid- were ade acro-
the Atamle to be i instant
tIIch with BriA officials here.
Rept were current n dip-
lontic drde that Briain and
the United State bad ew pro.
pous for Cypru President Ma-
urimu deignd to meet s ob
jectilM to the propoed 1ip


peacekeeping force drwn from
members of the Atlantic Am
(See SENDS m Page 2)


RICHARDION


To Rush


Joint


Approval

WASHINGTON (AP) The
House moved swiftly today to
get the big tax reduction bill to
President Johnson by Feb. 19
or 20.
The benefits, including more
dollars in take-home pay, would
then begin about the first of
next month.
The House agreed to a Senate
request to send the measure to
a Senate-House conference to
adjust numerous differences be.
tween the two branches. The
conferees plan to start their
meetings next Monday.
Named to represent the
House at the conference ses-
sions were Reps. Wilbur D.
Mills, D-Ark., Cecil R. King, D.
Calif., Thomas J. O'Brien, D.
Ill., Hale Boggs, D-La., John W.
Byrnes, R-Wis., Thomas B. Cur.
tis, R-Mo,, and Victor A. Knox,
R-Mich.
The Senate passed its $11.6-
billion version of the legislation
Friday, 77 to 21, well ahead of
the original Feb. 11 deadline
fixed by its leaders.
Even before the final vote,
Johnsn was conferring with his
Capitol Hill lieutenants about
speeding up plans for the Sen-
ate-House conference to recon.
cile the differences between the
two chambers' versions.
Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D-Va.,
(See TAX oa Page 2)

Richardson

To Run For

Common sion
Finance specialist James G.
Richardson said last night he'll
seek the seat of Commissioner
Edwin Andrews in next month's
city election.
Richardson is an associate
professor of finance at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
He's also a state and munici-
pal consultant.
In announcing Richardson
became the second man to put
(See ENTERS Page 2)


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Sewer


By LYNNE WOGAN
Just how bad are coaditims h
i Giesvile where dtma
un asked to vote $1m in
eral obligatio n bonds to set
Sial flowing for a sewage
system?
a, C. Pafford, director of en
virommental health, said the
Health Department cman
loger certify septic tks
this area.
.' le condition is so bad raw
sewage lie exposed in yards
al: ditches where child
play," he said.
Mary Burkeof 912NEn2St
said water settles like a pond in
her backyard.
ave to put two or"three o
m2hildren in the tub at the
sas time," she said, "because
if usme too much hot water the
tagaUcks up."
"With six children it's hard to
keWhem from using to much
water, and a bad odor stays in
thfhouse all the time," she said
severall people in the neigh
b ood can never use their
bathroom when it rains," sal
MiMR. E. Love, of NW X


More About


:Enters


-. From Page 1
inj Tbid for victory in the
March 27 city election. Th
oal-is Plan Board Chairman
Arfld Butt.
Butt has avoided mention o
whose seat he'll seek in the elec
tion.
Andrews' and Mayor Byro
Wine's terms are expiing.
Richardson announced as an
"iaependent candidate" fo
Andrews' seat.
12 have no commitments t
any individuals or groups-towa
or gown. My decision will b
made after careful study an
wit the view of serving the bed
interests of the entire commul-
ty," he vowed.
And be promised that "spec
fie and constructive program
for.improving Gainesville wi
be 3nade during my campaign
I have long looked forward
an:opportunity to serve th
community," he said.
Until recently the Board o
Control banned University pe
pie.unning for office.
"I have long had a keen an
active interest in all aspects o
Gagesville civic affairs,
Richardson said as he sa.
nouiced his candidacy.
He's been a Gainesville rea
denl for 20 years and a Unive
sitgstaffer since 19M.
"And my professional badc
ground and practical working
experience in finance, publ
utilities and various areas o
government should enable m
to serve effectively on the Cit
Coupmission during the ne
three years when many import
antjiroblems will face the city,
e said.
Richardson already has ser
ed with several civic and go
eminent groups.
Is's been president of ti
Gainesville Junior Chamb
of Commerce and a vice pre
dent of the statewide Jaycee o
gamsabon.
HI's been a trustee of AI c
Ua General Hospital, chairs
of tle county unit of the Nstio
foundation for Nfle Pan r
us,-a member of the Dist
Five Board of the State Wellfa
Deprtment and a director
the campus credit union.

Mlre About


Rights

:- -From Page
to -ke the afdlistral
biluElotherrs haWiched a f
m- -

Itsa&k on the abopirat
proie. Bills for creating f
emk noyrn practices cOmn
si" have never made m
headway in Congress since I
firs oe was kiued M ye
ago-r
'Te bipartisan bloc support
the-aI came up with sev
am dents of its owa, h
evec hoping to kil off ae
the4ppOsitiobytighten
-soom anfd add sg
gai pombe abmse of
Te provision uld oab
unliwful.for employers of
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mane Isbthe a asua whuaYl
East Gainesville POMn* o -oa
this araon iswork in restaun,
i ra. homeholds aidpsbk IsM.
a Situation I Crsa uPw en
Ave. prepared a repor ewage me l rdi o i lat
These are comm d the expansion project in Tuesdays t ofa idevo ed
faatewhohaweveoaor hed lm e for rm ini
mefunceog septic tatnmp C er of Cm e, e n m- the *withoutUnitarysewersg
Inplete asrveys iae phasi d that Ul in a com-
that o third of the 1, dwO mamity-wide p "We have uld the lpn-
lsa i this area have fiter ol. "Besides biaihgll bth great ai feel its ihper m li
fashioned privies or ma sanitary to about 7,tn peoplewhovein action akmeb to rridte* t
facilities, the East Gaesuel aream," he tl health I ace" P
Kimbel Pofah, who recently said, "the s editio is a health id.


n Ups Defense Dept. Request


$92 Million for Planes

By GGEYOULD firsttime all research andde- Air Force-a ned t 1
WASHINGTON (AP)-An ex. velopment funds were clded million.
ua m smlim earmarked for in the same package. These A subcmmintte had rm.
Development of a aew bomber amun ton R isJ mended an Air Force slice d
Sand a manned iaterceptor plane Th cooMuMite t .5 m-$1 million, but the fl cf
* was approved Sauilay by the Bli froe the Doen Depart mittee added n thextraf
- House Armnned Services Comit. ment reaest, ali i research million for the bonber and i.
r tee. Secretary of Defense a div : area. le terceptor,so th decree
d Robert S. McNamara did not pu t b was milli.
Sask for the money. which ys e aon's un Dense aSgn are those
The committee threw min the shi, rne pluaes and which serve all the armed
additional sum in authorizing the likeL-was not touted. forces and which are directly
$1 billon for military pro Ts s breadow of the uder the secretary deae.
curinent, research and develop-research and development : s and Ionganica- A tow truck pals nthe we
met Ay mi U ito t h s category, yt y from undir the tn
It was the lrge auth Navy and Marle Corps- new bombr has nothinghe
tion ever sent o Congres by $121.5 aiion. :to do wih tie controversy
the Pentagon because for the Defee e BS supersoi plane program More About
which has now been cut to a


Somber. The committee left
Wr e5dck that in the bil and added anoth From Pael
L% er $ million. It provided $6
Se million for the interceptor. If grams were for the retarded R
pa Pa I Cnlreas does vote the eaxt nd poor students, and as a m st
I ..O funds, McNamara could choose suit many young people with no St
a orm were not available lads15, in New Brnuick, N. J., not to spewd it desire or need to attend college ri
r t te son 0 Mr. and Mrs. Grp The aulboriztion bill sets a avoided the vocational offerings G
Weber was born Jan. 10 INS A. Delt Sr. of Waest alm ca on the spending for the for fear of being branded'even
o in West Palm Beach. He was Bead fiscal year 196 which starts though they would have pre-
M the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Memoal services for DelJuly 1. Later Cogress must ap. ferred specialized training, th
e Weber of West Palm Beach. Fu- will be cnducted tday at 3 Wprorie the actual funds with- Manng says. a
d beral services for Weber wil be pjn. in te Wesley Foundation i that frame "I suppose this should have h
t heldinWestPalmBeach, but Cha pel ith i v. TheZioi Teen tafI een expected in a uiversity
. arrangement not yet com- pietodist oro f U the request of 1,,AtoU. abd where esularship
Platelantin the Academip re.pM
. Delts, a freshman and a dating. chives firt emphasis "
* pledge of Alpha Tau Omega Jones-J hso Fueral More Ab t s frst
l1 Fraternity, was born Oct. I, in c of arrae Manning said because of thisB
. Fall Under de thrace tor embarked a

S rom Page tin of vocational and technical G
of training. K
SK ills r n who heads the Senate deleg. tate legislature
Kd lls .B r Ie U tion, told a reporter it was de. passed a bill petting any
of i ded to begin the conference county or group of counties to e
" A nine year old Brooker pasture on his farm between next Monday instead of Feb. 17 establish area vocational tech- p
m- boy was killed yesterday after- Brooker and Laro. u planned earlier. ical schools. No money was ap- C
noon when be fell from a tractor 'iomas said the tractor was propriated, however. b
i- driven by his father and was "swerving in and gut among He said that the conferees
r. run over by a weed cutter be- pine trees" when the boy ap could meet only on Monday and Since then Leon County, one
hind the tractor. partly lost his balance and fell Tesday next week since Repub of the les inn the movementica
k. Michael Conner ml as was in path ofthe weed cutter. ans willbeleaving to fo e elation wi techcalndf
g pronounced dead on arrival at Fneral arrangements and L lay peeche. sho along with l and
ic the University of loridaHosui- other formation was not o- Hillsborough,. has decided toM
of talabout4p.. plael istnight andll be an- But he said the eplanadion seek funds for a junior college1
e The boy's father said the boy nounced later by Williams what changes the Senate made instead. w
y was riding onthe tractor with Thomas Funeral Home ofd n the $11.1-billon version Several local spokesmen, in-
"t him while he cut weeds in a Gainesville. passed by the House would be dat Rep. Ralph rlsintonP
t. Covered in those two days, so have stated a junior ollege here
More AObo ut that voting can start when the a do the same for the county t
Conference reconvenes on Feb. as a technical high school, and I
v f17. is more attainable as far as V
v onnell Sn. George A. Smatbers, D- state funds are concerned. C
he. Mt.,arothetconfeFoe, sodethe tMnning's statement takes di
Pag Inder h ed tthisviewpoint. Ad
House group sm be Able to
fIce. My undergraduate nd jud ntLcome up with compromise bl t that a survey should be
graduate work hbeains "Another function the Co. by Feb. 18 r I. A fintiat the near future to
Offie' si'eth aofcuuldmneonedaylater. Mdo mine thnediforajuiord
Ih-^ ..to maw A college heethe Whited
reactions (c ( no(oi.tle ). bthe . this cblu is met, he purpose oee to two
al capacity of a probation a nd tum ni b benI tde bill sholdM rt tfBions mediffer
Y- parole" supervisor I was a .f t March 1. The Sl "e t con y'
ict ficer of to cort and ar as~A Ma sipnvids that the o whether we should work forY4
are t on familiar with court (soc h the retarded d) dudion i wan and salaryae or an tec
s,,,., lbs ui.m! at Florid StateR Hold aw i to retlect the afts j.ia r colee or an ar tech
evloped a- --n t l (for themata t ih), in e in a n iratesh b in l de ol h larep ly maneng
Working. rbaU with the cap*tof=111of 1Odl rM I mwkafterek flterntbillisn IAped. ad
law enforcement, welfare a na efoofm ciepl m Senate complete its cn- are entirely different ad should
other agendes inot city coun- a lovl sideralon of the bill in seven not be confused.
"-' .i .. state b! mini *nitd -r B e i sowTboc usod'
ty and state government. h I day four of them involving "It is not an 'either-or' mat-
"Fr le sometime, a an um- g t sion. On the final vote, ter. Per. hap Macia Couty
beret A b chua y real- Af four fcmtIe i ID crats a nd21 Repuia aeds boaUL. T need for a
S dents me seen aaeedfor the n p the bil. Op rte nc highchAhas
dienatme to rem. ae fro the saw ep" aItly wer 11 Democrats idinc been firmly established by all
etoreintrialsthecaon mmon and couriesy to eiWhSaerners, and tO11 e-sdie made to date."
Count hip's office. The rae- t,,-. w b, aid16ea
e MeAsNpe Idvaried but ot phl ic sIed a. Iblimm. Maamog said a jidair smedp
dk al of thn Md er. As aras t, community. To heme and Seast ver. canno Stnt te nads d the
et beck W&years a the "A horlhmfactli a the Isdamsomticalh r neirraelhndeds whtdropVst tigh
i h msnt rea tae d that I was S" elat for the math's sNo l eachYear.Sw O S s10-A
S thmch that he should step forcemetflda. I haMt a- Ma. wviul and nup creative employment eas a
d te bhe fevidenthly e fl t s lf e upsaptyers.t hn elerics, dental and al s
t a a he atSeda l will b is as qu-,tn of their eenl fields, industry and satrim res
SU i'e "A fifth aim n is mihi el ngbil i forr wat etfa-.
i 0 buip.e -mW d n w O we P* pue-r w ,ups maiiW
lae l1cthfo m mo1,eon enam.rel ,To, .- tim liame Ib hmtweo "
11.9m ramsfnota ere w t .Amu Sn u dd cuat otf
r hl e wal fb e a fo r eti reats(mr la&li ot d oh a "IAr oeach of ub A& k
001- No AendW" ad seek r me elofmbinms-id b vprladee1 rade to to H ad eIthe I
eA Uh OnU e tUhe th Sofdt ear 0 pibrs, ottPaarto S l w s a
the P amet people acted frdtas wa2n dbyeM, ScdBarisiteak
Irs h by a sma minrg Tsfea t a < aWr b. taba ls an area u dgi
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Grim Scene of Wreck
ckage of the car in which three University of Florida
rctor trailer with which the car collided on US. 41.


students were killed early


obituarteC


RAYMOND B. DENNIS
Raymond Black Dennis, 7,
oute 3, Gainesville, a retired
orekeeper for the Central
tores of the University of Flo-
da, died Friday in Aladua
mener Hospital following a
tended ilnes.
Mr. Dennis was a member of
he Episcopal Church and was
veteran of World War L He
ad been a resident of the count.
since l5.
He is survived by his widow,
Irs. Flora Ruth Dennis.


He was born March X, IM, In
aimore, Md., the son of John
ad Rachael Black Dennis.
Pallbearers will be Stanton
'Steen, Chester Hill, Ernest
Godwin, Dave Parson, E. C.
:uehn and Lowell Mock.
Funeral services will be con-
ucted tomorrow at 10:30 a.m.
i the Williams Thomas Fun-
ral Home chapel Rev. Earle
age of Holy Trinity Episcopal
burch will officiate. Burial will
e in Hillcrest Cemetery.
MARLENE VIERLING
STARKE-Graveside services
or Mrs. Marlene B. Vierling of
liami, who died Thursday in
Miami following a brie illness,
ill be conducted at 4 p.m. today
SDyal Cemetery near Starke.
Mrs. Vierling was born in
ensacola Sept. 3, 1931.
Among survivors are her mo-
her, Mrs. Pearl Campbellof
Miami; her husband, James
Vierlng of Miami; a daughter,
eraldine Vierling; a step-
laughter, Pamela Vierling, and
Sson, Frank Norman Vierling,
dl of Miami.
Rev. Weddo Johnson will offi-


SAM HARWELL
HIGH SPRINGS -Sam Har-
we of Hig Sprip died
esteday mrnting in th A hb.
a General Hospital following
a brief ilM om.
Harwell, a former railroad
kitdman for the Atlantic
DoStfne Railroad ad the
Seaboard Air Lines Railroad,


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armed sources sad me
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was a veteran of World War I.
He was a member of the High
Springs Church of Christ and
Gordon Rimes American Legion
Post 97.
He was born Feb. 7, 1MS, in
High Springs, the son of Charles
C. and Josephine Peacock Har-
well.


Among survivors are his wid-
ow, Mrs. Grace Greenawalt
Harwell of High Springs, an
aunt, Mrs. H. E. Story of Tampa
and a sister, Mrs. Cora Harwell
Rowell of High Springs.
Funeral services were sched-
uled for 2 p.m. today at the
High Springs Cemetery with
Rev. John Arnold, pastor of the
High Springs Church of Christ,
and Rev. J. P. Prevatt, pastor
of the Cedar Key Church of


Williston, Milton L. of Palatka
and Herbert of Ocala, and nine
grandchildren.


Funeral services were sched-
uled for 2:30 p.m. in the High
Bluff Primitive Baptist Church
near Waycross, Ga. Knauff Fu-
neral Home of Williston is in
charge of arrangements.
NEVA WILSON
ALVIN T. WILSON
Funeral services for Mrs. Ne-
va Wilson, 61, and her son, Alvin
Taylor Wilson, 36, who were
killed Thursday morning when
their car hit a tree alongside U.
S. 301 in Hawthorne, will be con.
ducted in Christianburg, Va.
Mrs. Wilson and her son were
killed on a return trip from Vir-
Iuiia wigic 1*19 ath11iht


&7jj-* ginua where they attended
Christ officiating. the funeral of a relative The
The Gordon Rimes American car, driven by Wilson, slammed
Legion Post 97 will conduct into a tree after Wilson appear.
graveside services. ently went to sleep at the wheel
SAM B. FINLEY of the car.
Mrs. Wilson was born Nov. 3,
RAIFORD Sam B. Finley, 1902, in Mayberry, W.Va., the
93, of Raiford died yesterday daughter of Joseph and Rosie
morning after a brief illness. Oakly Hundley. She is survived
Finley was born in Bradford by a daughter, Mrs. Imogene
County and was a lifelong resi- Linkous of Brooksville.
dent of Raiford. He owned and Wilson was superintendent of
operated a farm until he retired. tourist attractions at Weeki-.
He was a member of the Pine Watchee Springs. He was born
Grove Old Congregational Me- May 10, 1927, in Maybeury, W.
thodist Church near Raiford. Va., the son of Letcher A. and
Among survivors is his widow, Neva Hundley Wilson. He is sur-
Mrs. Mary Finley of Raiford; vived by his widow, Geraldine L
three daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson of Brooksville; two
Tuten of Jacksonville, Mrs. Net- daughters, Donna Wilson and
ties Carter f Malenny and Alice Wilson, both of Brooks.
MrsMagiame t Tornton of ville; four sons, Gerald, Lyle,
aord Danny and Davis Wilson, all of
bert ad Billy, all of Raiford; Broksville; and a sister, Mrs.
one brother, Adam Finley of Brnoka
Gainesville, 44 grandchildren Wilson was a veteran of
and great grandchildren. World War 11, having served in
Graveide funeral services the Navy, and was a member of
will be conducted tomorrow atthe NavyFae d was a member of
2:30 p.m. in the Sapp tery theFree and Accepted Masons,
with Rev. Andrew Varnes o Lode 112 of McDowell, W. Va.
sting. Wilson and Bramnon Fu LUCY MAULDIN
neral Home is in charge of ar M
arrangements. WILLISTON Mrs. Lucy
Mauldin, 80, of Williston died in
G. W. DREBLOW SR. the Williston Hospital Thursday
after a lenthv illness.


George W. Dreblow Sr., 8,
of 1018 NE f Ave., retired
owner of Dad Quality Syrup Co.,
died yesterday in his home.
He was a member of the Pres.
byterian Church and was a
charter meer of the Gaines-
viTe Philharonic Music Soci-
ety.
Mr. Dreblow had been a resi
dent of the county for years.
He was born April t1, 17S, in
Chicap, .l
Survivors inldae a dauer
Mrs. Cyde L Sawyer of Co -
do Springs, Cab., and a son,
George Dreblow Jr. of Gaies-
ville.
PaulMeau wil be E. K. D-
ava Jut Jali McCradn
U l d NeMry, Gaep Ha
C. J. Reihrt and Rolan
faynd v be me
diaed immr at 2 pa. in the
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Mrs. Mauldi was a native
of Alabama and was a member
of the First Baptist Church. She
had lived in Wililston since 1921.
Among survivors are a son,
Bolen MNaldin of Wiliston; four
dauers, Mrs. Sadie mith
and Mn. Essie Hatcher, both of
Willisto, Mrs. Bessie ck of
St. Augusti and Mrs. Undti
Chapel of Jackov ; 14
grandchildren and .8 geat
Fiuneral services were sched-
died for 2 pn.. today in the First
Baptist Ch urch. Burial will be
SOrange HIM Cemetery.
Knsuf Funeral Home of Wl-
1Mn s is charge of arrange-
amads.
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Att'y General
Race May
Get Crowded


TALLAHASSEE (AP)- Two
more attorneys were code
tlg Saturday jumping nto the
race for the Florida attorney
general's pot.
They were Paul Kickighter of
Tampa, former state senator
ad former judge, and T. David
Burns of Tallahassee, former
special assistant attorney g-
C raL
Both men confirmed Friday
that they were checking into
their chances throughout the
state to determine whether to
ri--
Atty. Gen. James Kynes, re-
cently appointed to the post by
the governor, has announced as
a candidate for a full term. Earl
Faircloth of Miami also has for-
may aoum ced.


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rTMde oifai ft o ag te is oI
trh -reeS dTpe ds he W Sm.aipt M nna d~ ~ N ta tamena im for
. time, rOth P baag-
kinds of r Me b dp take tom thedp aea. w be sl ao er a d arem r v.

mn Ost sad Ahan IB rahn fln guo n1 -o tapapr A e" f N f ft bd
in bmn #mbaite ebdi the AbeuNg tDe&
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kinde of ref be o daigped take ra MItrae ldmp areat d L be tl b anhet so ares a lt M e aiMybnt to.
up= thian, sa AngeL W4 eton ting m elh be hae dar te tawber, Angld mead. m to ieam.
He estmtd doat t s W to have A, imdi S ina IAl A lord to AtBb the
bn a day I travel rne Awhe rsb is %&a dped a -6 war upo no. wfbbee twun1 75 a mI -
aod the timeccts the Ggu With etmalW eaDm oily *- motral ad bi arems! aid AM be sffiet to
V' taxpayer an AdMim one *at $ u1- wM be mededad wl be efieb hab nt tob yea.


uodsy, Fe bey 9, 1964


wNeed More City


Park Sites Now'


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am ofrd Gaia
j ig Iroved by d
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of toe prk
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deelopa ty-
wide mmretion
be appmroiately 3
SJames MotaNue,


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Labor Unlikely.
ToBackGOP :
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Un-
on leader Walter Reuther ys
that unless the Republicans


Situi o en B"have some very outtanding
Prk smere Locft Al i. CoCmit.-leaders that they're keep u
i the tee, Mia d radiS Mt a*couid-e wrapo," the possibiity..*.
in .p er hf rias eat M l inreas labor backing a GOP candidate
a vole t omr ofil d eM l for fo president is remote. "
lo bre. park sit before "a the land
in Game e is developed." The president of the Unied
e only park area, he point- Auto Workers Union told a new
e edout is a N t st., ad conference in Columbus, O
'Pa = heam made of.
nd ," aKid M be md, eothat the labor movement y
ul ai CIfrapkame cFt not endorse a candidate until
I c of the four nt of the city. the national political conven-
In me cmse lad to be tions are over and the pTit-
S pmhaod mow aid developed Ifom stated. Rut he did have
acres. later, to avoid the increased some kind words for Democrat.
chairmannl ct of casn g land values. ic programs.


O i

.Shop 12 Noon to 7 P.M.


Seven Escape
B52 Crash


S FRESNO, Calif. (AP)-A BU
Jet bomber, without bombs,
crashed and exploded in a
barley field in western Fresno
County Friday night after its
crew of seven parachuted to
safety.
An eyewitness said the huge
bomber appeared to glide be-
tween two farm houses 100
r yards apart, clip a power line,
ram through an irrigation canal
levee and exploded.
The bomber was based at
Castle Air Force Base near
Merced, Calf., 70 miles north of
the crash scene.
The crash occurred west of
the small farming community of
San Joaquin, 23 miles southwest
of Fresno.
Maj. Earl A. Tucker was at
the controls of the craft when a
fire reportedly broke out in the
tail section.
The crew bailed out at an al-
titude of 2000 feet after Tuck-
er circled the plane away from
San Joaquin.
The men landed within a 20
mile area a w pickd up
by Highway Patrol officers and
sheriffs deputies.
Col. James Reardon, com-
mander of the 93rd Bomber
Wing at Castle, said none of the
crew was seriously hurt.


WellSpoken
PANAMA (AP)-Customs in-
spectors discovered a small ar-
menal Friday in a suitcase
owned by a Panamanian arriv-
ing from New York and Miami.
Authorities said the traveler,
Identified as Carlos Jovane,
carried 8 grenades, a carbine
rifle, pounds of ammunition,
a tear gas pistol, 17 flares and
a manual on the use of gre-
nades.
Jovane was placed under ar-
rest.
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Vote Yea- for Economy


The bond election on February 11
_ uaan opportunity for the pdent-
zpainded citizens of Gainedlle to
-ave money.

- A city that ha just come of age
-and suddenly doubled in pepulatioa
:faces many new respoulllities -
-responsibilities for providing mod-
.ern service, modern public buildings,
=up-to-date sanitary facilities, ade-
-quate parka and playgrounds, new
- trafficways, better street maintew
-ance and other essential improve-
Sments that demand a sizeable capi-
-al outlay.

: The City Commission, the Plan
Z"Board, the City Manager, the Citi-
Zzens Advisory Committee and other
Zpublic-spirited community leaders
have been wrestling with this prob-
-lem for more than two years. The
- planning has been done; the anchor
-points have been set; the develop-
- ment program is ready to move. It
- waits only on the will of the voters.

- A lot of good thinking has gone
into the preliminary studies and the
final selection of projects to be under-
- written by the proposed bond issue.
In the early stages of planning the
Sun strongly supported, in these
columns, all the projects now listed
in the Commission's "public improve-
ment package." Each one is a must.
Unless they are properly perfected,
Gainesville will wear the face of a
fourth-rate city.

That the projects will be carried
through now or later is inevitable.
S The forces of growth and change-
as well as the prodding of city pride


-will compel actsn. But it develop-
mnt is dderredj the cost will be
immeasural greater. The Ontire im-
provement program can he pushed
through now with reasonable eono-
my.

What will hapa if the stay-at-
home voter or the misguided and
misinformed vou& denies the Com-
mission's request' to issue general
obligation bonds for necessary capi-
tal lveatment? Since every item in
the proposed "improvement package"
Is necessary, a reqponsibli city gov-
ernmet most (if the bond election
fails) resort to other means of finan-
cing the city's essential development
needs. That, in all probability, would
mean the issuance of redemption
certificates.

This method can be utilized with-
out public referendum-but it would
undoubtedly cost the.city more and
would in the long run demand more
taxes than the general obligation
bonds. Citizens who are "psychologi-
cally conditioned" against voting for
bond issues, regardless of their merit,
are really voting money out of their
own pockets. They are indirectly ap-
proving more expensive methods of
financing city needs-and expressing
their willingness to pay more instead
of less.

So, even if you do not share our
feeling oi urgency, about the mat-
ter, you will be doing yourself and
the city a favor by giving the "go
ahead" sign on Tuesday to all the
development projects listed on the
ballot You can save money by say-
ing "Yes."


Voice of the Pople'

On The Sun's Opinion Pag -
- Opisu ad amueam s of redadewe we. InAs *.YSo fi ite4 Peqoie .m Ltests
ao k- iged sad bee W k write's dde. NMose wI be wibheld Nf eftesed. A tshmid
Mt eseiW 500 weds *d niet h wri. m e-tr side ei tpr. h"ebt rm be weed. The
W ruse's h right 5a est em laklr e sheik. i, wiet deqig e wrie's mestsi -
inst.


Honor Rendered
Was Justly Due


ing Sunday paper three
bowed beads in Washington
one of which now solemnly
has been replaced at this


.EDITOR, Sun: We enjoy years Presidential .Prayer
Florida's Dry Tortugas Islands, Brmeakf


the opinion pressing col-
Ilmn of "Voice of the Pe-
pie." We have received fav-
orable comment from others
likewise. We pass the follow-
lag observation along for
"Voice of the People," If
yeou can use it.
-This is not in answer nec-
essarily to the good lady's
article on the Memorial heax
brhaps an amwer may be
Mu herein, though
r ally her artice and a
tala fim wer run within
It sme week. It also mens
iTesalcs that three hwed
ii appeared is t e follow-


WUFT ran the film entitled
"JFK: His Last Trip
Abroad." We saw it We com-
mend WUrT. For tho who
did not ee it they should. It
was a fmen over a hour bng
donated to this nation by free
Germany. It showed our high-
est emissary visiting Germa-
ny frm Bean to Berin-

There was revealed that
mati'si recepo this l eom-
tO Minim. 7W a w
ti eld nasught bt itr dkthe
md a America to Iratic
taon. Seh great warmth hath


Washington Memo



W-iCAL NEWS Amol WL e stafer who have
sed a at Preident Joehas's usWt i Dr. Ed Travfl.
the Petisa's permsal pIy1d ast developer bde ie.a
t reer. She ha deepud a s 6 chair fPr Present
toe, bist the is -m flEl polism that bm't
yd bM sahed: The PHu-mi has am- *aW aa ad
e had h brt h eSbeaW i
AWsITm PROGRAM: L eto GOP critW awt
Wt bg sy tor shw thAir m epli of same Sf the ad-
iratin clai for cutth diae a: Deme
srtimey itrt & MNmi'sa m a- teM hi fath-
r le min that he hted sm a e tht day-by ra
SalMoek a beo i il d p to ridb L. Said
Me: "'iwrm ri maphi a t and aem (A."


9 9kTA l4e Y

JOA dig.
/ iiJflii:
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ne'er b ,more richly ex-
premei toward us.
InspiMd script says to "re-
joicewith them that re-
joke." This is the task ab-
stain ftom, envyings and re-
joice w)th them and they with
us. Woul ome attempt
to take from our lead.
stain i take from oar lead
ers that honor s bravely
earned? Would they rather we
and other nations abstain aslto-
gether from these menor-
iais? This we cannot believe
for it has also been said,
"render honor to whom hon-
or is *e.'
We may at be lemsaries
of our country while traveling
abroad. but one of our
haders" burdens ,i to provide
the world a view of us
rough them. Let I make
that burden easier make it
lighter. Would we deny the
leaders a claim to a mal
earner a our eart after
their valiant fall?
Finally, it has likewise bn
said, "by their fruis ye shA
kaow themn The "TaB Tree"
do JFK hath wel tiborne fruit,
It Ily ty haie smitM a
For a man dI a wm edSI
hack In me tei M way,
he walked a tal in
asre than -aW Tr*y
be lidahodt oflM hae
aui li Amstea lm e
a home and ahtk .
Let s p r ie iu sd
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By RALPH McGILL


Unleashed


Waters


Will Rise

.Washingm, oemr Whn
DeGale recognied Red ChkS
Ma a veteran imat said:
"Well, the dam has hadb
Let's ee bhow high the water
rim."
itb there is bittemas
hee toward General de
Gaulle because of his rcog-
t of Ch.a i a well nd'
vertiud fact. But that much
of this resentment grows out
of the realization that general
de Gaulle and France will
benefit aorinously in the ec-
onomic area s not yet wei
comprehended by the pub.
l. That this opening up of
vat trade and wealth pos-
bflites for France may use
Great Britain to disavow her
NATO trade cmmilments
and contest with rance for
the uge market in Ohi is
also a very real possibility.
The dam has bust The waters
will rise.

CHINA OPENLY has con-
demned the Soviet Union for
having closed the door to
trade and aid and, further, for
having removed the techni-
cians assisting in creating an
industrial complex. Now, Chi-
na can turn to France. And
France, in turn, can buy and
trade with the whole Western
world and sell what she wish.
es to the Chinese government.
Great Britain, which recog-
nised Red China soon after the
flight of Chiang Kaishek to
Formosa and the proclaiming
of the Mao government, has
been carrying on trade with
the Chinese. But as members
of NATO the B r itsh have
rather faithfully lived up to
the bo y cott policy of NATO
and Washington.
Disraeli, Britain's Prime
Minister at the time the em-
pi r e was spreading trade
around the w o rid, once aaid
that free trade is not a prin-
ciple but an expedient. What
Disraeli meant was that there
is really no such thing as free
trade- but there is con
merce. Jefferson, watch-
ing the ebbing of free trade,
said: "The spirit of com-
merce knows no country and
feels no passion or principle -
but that of gain."

KARL MARX also had a
comment: "In the pre-
capitalist stages of society,"
he said, "commerce rules
Industry. The reverse is are
of modern society."
In a sense, Disraeli, Jeffer-
son, and Marx were syiog
the same thing- that coa
meree, or trade, is not a prin-
ciple, but a expedient.
The British, with unemploy-
mant a problem and with La-
bor's growg political pow-
er, may be expected son to
move as a competitor with
France in the CiBa market.
The United States is, and
increasingly will be, in a dif-
ficult position. Japan must
trade. She has for a long time
been wistfully eyeing the
trade posblites offered by
a population f albut
billion u derapped people.


T 3B NBUT a skeleton
backgemodof the change IN
word po and blems.
Tit ouDtry has for so leng
coadlied Itself to wid
thing about unleash.
Ig Oiag -Kaikek a a
belief that Red Chia wi
day p away, that even
though the new AUli
getrly require aty and
p t wl be plica
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ALTERNATE WATER SUPPLIES READY


Long-Term Threat in Cuba


Sfit larllingM
By RAON BALDWIN
NEW YORK The' aver.
ance by the CubOm goern-
ment f the waber sqppy to
the U. &. aaval Iba at
Gultanmma Bay repeents
a Ing trm hret, rather
than Blmediate mwen-
cy.
hie uaval base has lng
draws its water su apply by
pipelim from the Yalkra Ri-
ver, more thea four aes
outside the base.
During World War II U.S.
Marine, by arrangement with
the Cuban government,
guarded the pipeline and the
p-pg m olutosl de the
be. But th has not been
do since Fidel Castr took
power, ad for years the Na-
vy has faced the prospect


BELOW OLYMPUS


tht ts water spply might
be cut off.
To mpem ate for the loss
of the Yaeras River apply,
the Navy has prepared a
umber of measures which
wil supply a adequate
amount of water for an in-
dafke period.

FMfSTf, water storage
capacity of the base was ma-
terially creased four years
ap by construction of addi
tional tanks, which were al-
ways k e pt filled to capacity.
The total water storage cap-
ability is now more than 9%
million gallon, far ore than
oh, even with liberal use,
to sstaki the base until more
water could be supplied by
ship.
Second, a water pumping


ly Imderulnd


WIN WITH
A


"Cn't help myself Goldwater's gotme so excited
I feel like a kid again!"


system by means of pipe-.
lines has been tostalled
from the old battleship moor-
ings in the bay to pipelines
ashore. Water tankers from
the U. S. or Caribbean ports
can moor at these berths in
deep water and discharge
their cargo of fresh water di-
rectly to the water system of
the bae.
As a matter of fact, the
Navy has maintained a water
tanker in or near Guantanamo
for many months in anticipa
tion of the present emergency,
and others are available to
haul water to the base. By this
measure, the base can be sup-
plied with emergency needs in-
definitely.
A SYSTEM of water ration-
ing has been ready for years.
Normally, the peacetime popu-
lation of the base -about
,O Americans augmented
by about 3,01 Cuban civil
service employees, laborers
and domestics, of whom about
0 live on the base uses
about 1% million gallons of
water a day for all purposes.
If lawn are not watered and
cars are left unwashed, about
750,000 gallons a day can be
saved, the Navy has estimated.
Under the moat stringent ra-
tioning conditions, the Navy
has arrangements simply to
turn off the water during cer-
tain hours, and the daily use
would then be curtailed to a
fraction of the normal peace-
time use.
A third measure contem-
plated by the Navy if needed
-and actually utilized during
past Cuban crises -is the
reduction of the base popula-
tion by evacuation of depend-
ents. This might reduce the
total population to oneshalf to
one-third the normal figure.
These measures, singly and
collectively, mean that the
Guantanamo naval base can
continue to function indefinite-
ly, despite the Cuban sever-
ance of the main supply of


Yateras River water.


THE U. S. can also invoke,
if needed, an important eco-
nomic retaliatory measure a-
gainst Fidel Castro. The
Cuban employes who work on
the base and who live in near-
by Cuban communities -
Caimanera, Boqueren, Guan-
tanamo City bring millions
of dollars a year ir much-
needed hard currency into
Castro's depressed economy.
The base can. if necessary,
function without these workers
by importing labor to replace
them from the U. S. The Navy
agrees that this is an undesir-
able measure for 2,200 of the
workers are civil service em-
ployes and most of them have
remained loyal to their em-
ployer the U.S. despite
pressure from Castro.
The severance of the Yater.
as River water supply has
more important political and
technical significance. It por-
tends a concerted drive, with
Panama, to force the revision
of U. S. treaty rights. Tech.
nically, substitute water sup-
ply measures can maintain the
base indefinitely but at
sharply increased cost and in-
convenience, As yet, there is
no long-term substitute for the
relatively cheap Yateras River
supply.
AN EXTENSIVE well-drilling
program was undertaken by
the Navy years ago. Most of
the wells were dry holes, or
yielded little water: some
have resulted in an important
supplemental supply but by
no means enough to replace
the Yateras River water.
Consideration has been giv-
en to construction of a d'-salt.
nization plant to convert fresh
water from sea water, but
cost estimates for the volume
required indicate its economic
unfeasability. More experience
with de-salinization plants and
more recent estimates might
modify this past judgment.


Dean of Interpretive News


On Cutting the Knot at Panama


By WALTER UPPMANN
It i reasonably certain that
there will continue to be trou-
ble in Panama long asthe
present canal is the only canal
connecting the two oceans. It
may be, of course, that some
kind of in enious and M phist-
ca face-sving accommoda.
ion will be worked out and
that it wil keep the peace un-
Iil after the Panamanian el-
ection in May and our own in
Novmbr. But the hard fact
is tht the present canal is
complicated, vulnerable and
vitally important.
The canal depends on a ser-


ls of locks which are very
vulnerable to sabotage. One
shipwith abig bomb in it
could put the canal out of busi-
ness for a long time. The canal
is an Intricate piece of engin-
eering which cannot be oper-
ated and guarded by the
Panamanians themselves, be-
cause they do not have the en-
ginee and the killed tech-
icansm or the soldiers.

BECAUSE THE the canal
requires the presence of for-
eigners to operate It and guard
it, there is, inevitably, a fore-
eign colony on the territory of


Panama. Because there is a
foreign colony, there has to be
a treaty defining the rights
and powers of the foreign gov-
ernment which the colonists
serve.
We are now at odds with the
government of Panama over
the treaty of 1903. The appar-
ent issue is whether we will
"negotiate" a revision of that
treaty or whether we will
"discuss" a revision. We are
standing fast against the pro-
posal to "negotiate" even
though the Panamanians say
that this would not commit us
to accept any specific change


in the treaty.
I think we are right on this
point, because after a negoti-
ation, if we were faced with a
proposal that we believed
would endanger the security
of the canal, we would be just
where we are today.

THERE IS, however, a n
alternative for us, which
would be to make a proposal
for a wholly new treaty, based
on the principle that our rights
in the Canal Zone, which are
now "in perpetuity." shall
expire X years after the
necessary agreements have
been reached among the
American republics for a new
sea-level canal.
There are five possible sites
for such a canal, one in Mexi-
co, one in Nicaragua, one in
Colombia and two in Panama
itself. A sea-level canal would
be radically different from the
present canal. Though it
would require a large United
States part m financing and
building it, especially if it is
made by nuclear excavation,
the continuing presence of a
large body of American tech-
nicians and workmen and sol-
diers would not be necessary
to operate the canal or to pro-
tect it. The sea-level canal
would have no locks that could
be sabotaged, and it would
need no colony of foreigners to
keep the machinery in good
repair.

ITs, MOREOVER, gen-
erally acknowledged that the
pruset canal, which is al-
ready too mall for lig naval
and merchant ships, will in 10
years or so be too mall for
the traffic of this hemisphere
and of the world. Another ca-
nal will have to be built in any
event, and there is no reason,
it seems to me, why we should
not at the same time cut to the
root of our quarrel with the
Panamanians and provide
a public ; lity of great Im-
portance to ourselves and our
neighbors.
Assuming that it might take
15 years to build a new tea-
level canal, we could offer the
Republic of Panama termina-
tion of our quasi-vereignty
in the Canal ZoSI years
from the rautficati of the
nMeary agmeapa dis to au-
terie and h ince the new
eamaL Since fthre wud be
practical eed to make the
w canal a United States en.
teprie, wecouM in -od
enrile propwe that the
el be operated under aa
authority repreing the
American repia. .


By RICARD WIlSON
ef, Coawes
Washigi tram
WASHINGTON Of the
many munasred qetions
la the murder of John F. Ken-
nedy se at the mat bafflkgt
is the ream for the six-day
visit of Le Havey Owald to
Meaice City se weeks h be-
fore the day of the amassin-
tion
It has now bea dicosed
that u official i ry in
Mexico City uw g to ldter-
mine, among oth tthisp, I
Owald received any mey
duri hisvt which sw i
have been related to the mr-
der.
Thin inquiry was made
tfragh Mexican seority -of
ficiah at the request f the
United States Ambhmder
Th'ms C. Mawm. MNm is
nOw Preadt Jolhms' Chief
adviser LatinhAm i al-
fair.


NS ERVNCE m habe
fA. at lbat al Ambam-
der aNo loft Nek City
meal. e ii kl to have
vited th Cairn ana d iet
eMbes in ItMae City
Whmeaapartf te clb-
po-d fthew mWim tdeo
t" a elkll i -
md m vimidb-

waN's adwtale is Miaus
Hya dta-mihdab
liMb km b i b
Ios =a I-6 IlX



abgeti Mm/al lftalmll
as hi am/ ..ars


bus line terminal. This was
the Hotel Comercio at i1 Ber-
nardino deahauanm in the
sprawling Guerrero district.
The desk clerk is reported to
have told Mexican security
officials that no reservation
had been made for Oswald
and the owner of the hotel de-
clared he was "shocked" to
discover Owald's name on
the register after the assassi-
nation.

TE INQUIRY in Mexico
City bore directly on the point
of whether or not Owmid, as-
smilng that he was the lper,
ated ow or was paid
or promised pay for killing the
resident
Nothing was found eept
thel spicio aroused by a
visitto acitywhich i known
as a color of Caauit agi-
tatio, to show that Oswald
was a paid amadn.
This i ly eti read-
ion ix in keeping with the go,
ral im of the report amil-
ted by the Federal hurem
Inveliatm to lh Warrm
Csmmiam Al f~tam
repeat nevr haei in ed
puk it thb t u
thft k emdet e pmedl t
Ow l e us the salper,
d i al l a Le. Fr h IS,
1 am I s. widely couclu
soi tlh b am evidence

10 he m mtedateact, d
act a ad ant inamspira-

7ihm ui are
wMf l stdad
mmwi al til ai
of uek aurib gtahrnahais
been a general apti
Si e "Mas. the6
-rNW at a fasted


act It has been reported from
Mexico City that it is taken as
a matter of course there that
the sniper was the instrument
of s group or faction which
wanted Presidet Kennedy
killed.

IIM RET IN this aspect
es bee stimulated by confir-
mation that an official inquiry
was made to determine f Os-
wald went to Mexico City in
connection with such a con-
spay.
It is doubted here that the
FBI report, and other evi-
dence now before the Warren
Commission, can be conclus-
ive on this point. The ques-
tions which can be asked
about it may never be amwer-
ed.
Virsto rs M ies City re-
port that the around the
Fatera bus temina was un-
der 1fv m fe for weeks
after the moaaition and
may dD ibe washed.
Chief Jul e Warren said
last wek that Ms. Owald
gave "aierbhle elabora-
tieO a her behind's atti-
is toward tid Used State
iad P- ieta Kse dy. l e
diys d WedHiing Mrs. Os-
wa, asCued JMl t said,
hae baw fm t her state-
met "ema with her
eeieareri s" I 1 in greater
detail.e said the Ruo i
widw he acud killer
heM bees very heW The
ad had at IbeM Nimhedt
Wahi, wha MI. Oa
w" Web amn b ntk
seemdy.


WHAT HAPPENED IN MEXICO CITY?


Oswald's Trip Still a Blank


Mg?










&hsvlb lea


grist,. P*aeev 9. in.


= The bond election en February 11
=0 an opportunity for the prdeat-
-minded citize of GainesvlBe to
eqave money.

SA city that has just come of age
"and suddenly doubled in population
=faces many new responsibilities -
-responsibilitie for providing mod-
ern service, modern public buildings,
=up-to-date sanitary facilities, ade-
quate parks and playgrounds, new
Straffieways, better street mainten-
ance and other essential mprova
uments that demand a siuable capl-
-tal outlay.

- The City Commission, the Plea
-Board, the City Maager, the cOldt
=zens Advisory Committee and other
Spublic-spirited community leaden
=have been wreatling with this prob-
l]em for more than two years. The
=planning has been done; the anchor
:-pointa have been set; the develop-
-ment program is ready to move. It
waits only on the wil of the voters.

: A lot of good thinking has gone
. Into the preliminary studies and the
final selection of projects to be under.
; written by the proposed bond issue.
- In the early stages of planning the
- Sun strongly supported, in these
columns, all the projects now listed
- in the Commissin's "public improve-
. ment package." Each one is a must.
Unless they are properly perfected,
Gainesville will wear the face of a
fourth.rate city.

That the projects will be carried
through now or later is inevitable.
- The forces of growth and change-
. as well as the prodding of city pride


" a a ma. m -- rwat s
ltt M PAT 0 a Va fDe

5.0ft obiWi Mn tUW
MM vm.d meM M .ml m
lobe m iiu


-will compel action. But if develop.
meot is deferred, the costs will be
immeasurably greater. The tire im-
provement program an be pushed
through now with reasonable econo-
my.

What wjil happen n if the stay-at-
home voter or the misguided and
misinformed voter denies the Com-
mission's request to issue general
obligation bods for necessary capi.
tal investment? Since every item in
the proposed "improvement package"
is necessary a responsible city gov.
ernmet muept (if the bond election
fal,) resort-to other means of fiann-
cing the city's eeantial development
eeds. That'in all ptobility, would
mean the issuance of redemption
certificates.

This method can be utilized with-
out public referendum-but it would
undoubtedly 'cost the city more and
would in the long run demand more
taxes than the general obligation
bonds. Citizens who are psychologyi.
cally conditioned" against voting for
bond issues, regardless of their merit,
are really voting money out of their
own pockets.,They are indirectly ap-
proving more expensive methods of
financing city neds-ad expressing
their willingness to pay more instead
of less.

So, even if you do not share our
feeling of urgency about the mat-
ter, you will be doing yourself and
the city a fivor by giving the "go
ahead" sign on Tuesday to all the
development!projects listed on the
ballot You can save money by say-
ing "Y."


Voice of the People

-On The Sn'il Op inion Rage,
O L --sea od omme imt o eS usfmt w laemo h he -- V. he*b. sle m s. LaM
-.me ho si ned old o the wk b.n -ediss m s b .w wb et- ld It u* dI A ask r sol.
* stod 500d wads td WONbehiimN aM mm 6lleftth .Pag~ewr es he.eM LTheulM
*to eIM oisft les oar h t atea s shoo It.e etim Ate Am w de as nm ase -a


jlonor Rendered
Was Jdustly Due
- EDITOR, Sun: We enjoy
Mo 's Dry Tortgs l is.
3m opinon ep cos l-
.5m of "Voice of the POe
kle." We have received f-
rahle comment froal hem
Itewbe. We pa the folm-
4ng observatr along for
"Voice of the People,"
r can use iL
SThis iA in sm mr me-
'warily to the 'lady's
atcJle on U. Memorial hoax.
ze hap a mwr may be
4mid bher, th L
: Ireay herb artil ad aa
Tr Mla were wn t
Abe am week. it asems
Trenlel that thise bowed
neads appeared in the ls-


g Sunday paper three
hewed heel i Watagha
one o which now somly
has b replaced at this
years Presidential Prayer
Brn fat
WUPT ran the fib edled
"JFK: His Last Trip

Abroad." We sw I We com-
med WUIT. For te who
did alt mi they ahudm It
Was a ME am a Wr long
dead to this ntin by free
Geimyq. It showed r high.
at me ry visiting Germs-
my rm ana to Beriti-
ad "Te WA"
thl ia was sealed tha

trft That mier
eal M ri ~ut ballt
tie INAh gat aW hathW


Washington Memo



-imaCAL NXWs AmIn L km stdafr a l aw
ktae s at hPMat Joha ms seMi Dr.6 S hine,
bo FuidSei's pnemel fales -S davelapar S as Es-
e* a h dued a echr Prdl st
h ese at St ha m e smt pm "l.at h 't
yet 1m "eu : rh hiet b ahmaemew us"mai
AIe HUIT --rt Ith-- -9 I -
:AmflUT mOUMt o imL alcm GOP atem
hibbs b y to m*a ow ebw sm o amd d- Is
Sbadley Mebugt orI=mlba' aiq- ml tNMs W
*mef Stii b glta$ age eat thathpim-p
l lMe te mitaa f d pig t r b ea X S-
li TI III ih iit t^0K X


P~tA4a^t^r

me ^^


as'er ben more richly ex-.
pised toward u.
aMspird cript says to "re-
Joice with them that re-
joice." Th is the task-- ab
awn from esvy re-a
mjoce with me and ey w
us. Would meattpt
totake imu or lead-
!stai to take .m eor lead-
ea that hoer a no avely
nd? WoAlm thiy rather we
Mdther natid abdtain al
teber from the mmor
Ials? Th we cast believe
fir it bas; abe been said,
'rOaibs heMs to whom haw
; e my al be m iarls
W r country while travebg
a.d, bt oe of eur
l6ades' hrdem is to prie
=:w w a view of a

=ht burde er maoi
ts. WuM we dmyr theo
Irndm a dcia to a -s
mrtr in,e or hert l dhr
*ir valiant Ifa?
SfHlay, I ehas likbalN e
as "bythek frubsyehao
blw them." The "lTa Tree"
od JlK th wiheshonl,
f, l by the Grm L
For a ma wt a wend
ack is a- tnaM wa y,
he walked ml t1&al ti
ame! ta w tWI! It*
h ai M a h a e es base


atl Thait
,tbia And abmat



3asr to b" o


.,7 'a m ,WS


Ind. sw on aif tio.


-
a.
a-

Phelda's DustEd
'us'sy 01/


t a ampred w the total no the Oak Grove Baptn
ppuimlat n added "neet Cmeh wi th e Rev. S J. Si-
for Ma-n EmN* sheik -- fficmtk. Intier wi
for litte." OHe q EUGd bli O4k Lolw in the Patters Cem-
berg. ted atr, who aid ey.
ated eAator, wh said


hb. ...a- u


ain haroc
w NAM~v~t~c xb lib as ft hMbN p a 46 1emta

The Set. hpmf AN hp a-474
We* Ad-47MI72


Vote Yeas.- for Economy


.adl S


A LIIAN AMA
Bte thngh *hkbh A
Alowd thee,O Ma, what is
Vsid; ad whlt delL the Lord
require of dIt bt o do juIy.
sad to im o rcy, am to walk
mh-t wit t God?" (MkWh

VOMWLS AGAUEK
The Voters League i sqingr-
rig a matgaS the Pbiddelph
is Baptist irch a Walds a
Snady, Feb. I, atI pjL
S princip speaker will be
J. Crevam Jr., shfrif o
Alachua Cousy, a this a-

IMPROVEm rN LEAGUE
The Northeast Civic Improve-
ot League wig bold its meeta
bg att it DOal Bmlmedya
School abiarim O nsalofty
Durt o nmeting, Ciic bw
prma t in Gainesvile aI
als dthe ppomed head liue wRe
be Sim tqbiy di.caiu. I
b g th ut rt-
frelhmats wi be sialed.
WaLRam NEW8
Mrs. Bese Mae Wedey, report-
er.a
NOTE OF 71NKS
a" a bsor wiahm to thank
e$ery. for daem ai ad ea&
r acts of k ainsim so durtg
Mh recent mke. Mrs. Boms
Wedey, rpOrter.
DEACON IMPWOV
Deess B. J. WilM who
mend nt srgly la t he Mes
me Memory lHoqltd lat Omis,
was reported as k*mpwig.
MEETING ET?
The Fellowddship Household of
Ruth No. 523 wil meet Thun-
day, Feb. 13, at 4 p.m. at the
usual meeting place.
Ihe members ar urged to be
present and a tUirme. Mrs. Grace
Williams, M.N.G.; Mrs. BedieI
Mae Wedey, reporter.
ARCHER NEWS
MUMCAL PROGRAMS SET
he Religious Choirs' Union
will present a program, entitled
'whis In tParade" at the St.
Paul Baptist Church with Rev.
H. Foye, pastor, Feb. 1 at I
p.m. The male choir of Archer
will also appear in the program.
e pubuc is invited.
MEETING PLANNED
ime City- wide Missionary
Band will hold its meeting at the
Bell's Nursery School s MMo.
day at 4:U p.m.
SPONIO TEA
The Uniform Company of
Lodge No. 113 will mposor a
Toatthe home of M Lb&
Fox, of S.W. h. S1 et, to-
day from 4 p.m. to $ pa. e

TO PRE PROGRAM
h West Coast Ministers ad
Decons Union Ok w read-
or a program today at p.m. at
the St. JophBe pt Ca atP
Archer, in t he bareMt o Mn.
Catherine DaniDels' u.
The publte is iritd.
--1
NEGRO J0UIGE
STUDY MANNED
ST. PETERSBURG e
Carnegie Foundato has eiad
Columbia University's i ute
of Higher Education to mba, a
sdy of mre thua M pndo--
matly Negqro abe of
hiWher leaning.
Florida's top adusators were
told last week wh Ihey wnt to
Gibbs Jur CobAWi to attlnd
a regular smdes of the Florida
Comasd of ituiam of mower
Dr. FM J. MeGr sh, laMr
US. Comm la of EdUa-
tio ad now Eautive Officer
of the Calkmia University In-
ifte of Howrzdftlt, was
atS lHif t dibMi the
smo*. He ierm te -M


thS e esat prm"at l a LkL who's o k a Henr Rol::
uMy wi be made of tr We -1I.1., Mahrie Jones, B; B
as' adinstratin, f bear hepp B Pi;: In -.
Sdte, tWl~s, labora Abe AMews, B; U-I, Ared
hi, aMy, tima ri h Bert B; 11-2, Eyt g A-
kk, adili Mnti I drews, B; 114, laei Wami
th "sOl ehje-tive sl ui t ;mN ; I, sylterhmm 3;
le lhadl imto Wam ab ury B; D v" M,
thleisB." I; Edj dmaB;R Conrt,
Aabiran wee mei u, m ci Jeki, 3; Aem
Sthttoealy wsulMSt I JrdflwA;LUDla.mBSpm;
ag d that the dt flea O'Ne, ; B14i hank
Mwd he. He added thm DavB ; GweaAddIi it,
ma Sl ad MeWhey I b RmeS =* m, I
m ub rphi *EIth dw koePh% Jalm failer, aPnib;
*AIw stMd ai nms J. l x r nhii Jpmb Ie
Sat et heV diS ape M Linrt. BP; DlMd
wkihr ht a l Whees, 5 P; 1M
s Or. McrIatN o a Gaey,Bt;ay WWite,;JahA
* km uw ldmmbys l DiB; Mt Joham, 3:
SGrat era rpIemlai. 11 tube Dm, B Cml
*is to ksmow byt I13;K MEi Jom, B;
hAda n, a no" ,=a-B; m
T7e Ip ieM d m eC c Keiwy. : 3;1a Wotwle,
cmL NbheB;gtin : Heetaia.t
tbp4 a -wasnt Sd PSre aJfia A; itdr
5 hir sa ebma 1b a" Ohg


SJC d bud A dbs C O jf - i bae
Pahi i t h M Sa.lt b 81
A b v -

sIaps." tP pd"eatia"- ngp r BMp IB PitprM
s dsmtarli lao NaW e-oansdy So ha Gi mI


Mnrs. Richardson is survived
by eight childs, willB. Rich.
dMn, Roms t leRau6m,
Min Ethel Mae Richar n, So-
la RichardmB, Mrs. Ane
Graham, Mrs. MabeDe Gerge,
Mln. Bemae Richards, Mm
Mmai Ricadmon; o broth.
or, WilOe Richrdmn; the im-
ters, Mrs. Kee Maey M
BPa Log, Mrs. Ea Arn
strong; U grandchildren, other
rlatives and filn&


"Negro teachers are at leat
as we pr pard as whiMe te t

Feoawing Ms l atmetxa v
the dsperity educ l at-
taumnt of the Negr, Dr. Rem.
bert memoned that current e
re ns tin riig and min-
wvetoa does m ggest a
great chaes. It was also
brought out by wha that "action-
Wt fed little aid and there ap.
pears to be a recari future
for exitig Negr institutions.
This position causes Negro ad-
ministraote to do ame soul
mn 1 r regards to tohe
M l, pupM, tngth and
rMg atbat upan t.
togr naas soluti the ComI-
el pdMd ain d "Negre is6
I-im esay aapt beam
hey have .t been ha~il
by pr ces which whites have
to overcame."
The e aton were C cpli-
mented for their efforts by Pi-
elU County Pubc Schools
Superteadi Floyd T. Christ
ian under wh admnitra
Gibb ws sabe to become the
mate's firs d lbl to integrate
bkth ful ad sdent body.
Dr. Jams L. Watenberger,
director of FWr. 's' conim llty
Juimlr ellgml, 10 the I adeiII.
tr ofconera for the quali-
ty and dm spm Junior
edleg and added "We do not
have segregated imtitutimo."


L. 0. She is survived by a mother


Mrs. Ina Walls of Newport.
Va., seven sons, David Bennett,
West Palm Beach, Wile, Wal.
ter Jr., Lloyd, Ernest, Rufus
ad Roger Dooley of Melros;
ight daughters, Ms. Parthen-
a Powers of Kisamia, Mrs. Ju-
Ia McGolke, Mrs. Rosa Speed,
Mr Addle Lee Davis, Mrs. Flo .
ree Proctor, and Mrs. Lois
Mae Midetlon of Melrose, Mrs.
Miled Hutchinon of Haw.
thorme Ud Mrs. Ellen Thomas
of Gainesville; five sisters, Mrs.
Sui Mae Thomas of Virginia,
Mrs. Agnes Byrd of Madison,
Mrs. Laura McNish, Mrs. Ruth
Wilins and Mrs. Annie Mae
Hicks of Ocala.
Interment will follow in the
family plot in Brooklyn Come-
lery under the direction o
aetaut & Naie Funeral Home
of Starke.


SPECIAL N CE
The 5th Sunday contest will
be held at the ML Olive Primn
tive Baptist Church with Rev. H.
Kia pastor.
Broda Norman will repre.
sant M. Olive Baptist Cuch;
and Pat Dunn, will also repre-
sent Shady Grove Primitive
Bapmth ClMrc.
The public ft invited. Mrs. F.
D. Sheaon, reporter.
SOCIETY PLAS MEEING
The Woman's Home Mission
Society of ML Carmel Baptist
Church No. I will meet today at
3:30 p.m. with Mrs. Helen Per-
of 13 N.W. Ith Avenue.


Hornet's


Bus


By MARIME JONES


from any Gete staff member.
Naomi Mcarty, Editor; Mrs.
L Y. Harrin, quonse.
N7 ramebd *t
e Noldnll HUe S eodty
repruelativs brought back a
very rMtmug rort ua the
State MMetog t Ths.ee.,
Jat..hiddblh report
were aggedtim ia hew to
make our mekp m are i-
otng; was also madhmed
dhat hoer iudens ait t
buddie who areo the D, I, ad
F list, that ,stoals who ein
mking D's, rs, ad F's. Prd-
,i eA Hil; qMinr,
Mn. F. S. WMN uadIMr. D.
RL Wims.
r~mw a mwas
sImmal by lo wmef
0Cb. Two 1 iwem m;
"G.,od's m m'MghrBy
tEaarO&M ad toebard
he SeH n tloiHIAL aymr-
S se u h. by A..i
=I re ipmram was n

Tlmhe b e P*er were

g- m ag -~ at the

Nig bet haIs emi.M
S Imhe bOk tm TOnmeat);


at ldi lowhatineal w soment.


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IvI


FAMU Honors


The family and friends are
to meet at the homeof Mrs.
Richards at 1U:45 p.m. to
frat the coarto to he church.
"ghes & estant Funera
Hme in charge.
MRS. iA JOHNON
Final rites for Mrs. Ella
John ofh I N.X li Ave.,
who died Feb. S at her home fo-
bwg a brief illnems, will be
cmdbKted fTuesday at 3 pjo.
from the Barley Tempe M. E.
Church with the Rev. Dma
Dell ffiiating Ilantme will
fo.w in the ML Pleaant Come-
tery.
Hughes & Cheamat Funeral
Home b charge.

Funeralrvicesfor Mrs. l W
abet Donley ofRt. l Box 0,
Maro, will be held today at
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
at 3 p.m. with Rev. G. G. Mce
Arthur officiating.


Mrs. George WGore Jr.. wife of the president of
Florida A&M Unelrity and Miss Faye Boyd of Pen.
aacola Fla. ROTE queen for 1963-64 were feted re-
I eatly by memirs of the University ROTC cadet
corps. Bouquets f American Beauty roses were pre-
emited to their Oueen and "first lady" by the cadet
corps. Shown 'Ie with the cadet corps' queen and
Mrs. Gore, whholds a colonel's commission in th
FAMU RoTC. are: Misses Ernestine and Carolvn
Lad, both of Pensacola. Both are former FAMI
ROTC queens 4nd both are now elementary school
teishers in Pepaacola.




0biituaverl

ALVIN *LJAMS Hurst of Jonesville will be h
al ervnk for Calvin at the Pleasant Plain Meth
W li 1o Havthorne, will be 1Church in Jonesville today at
held the NewopeMethodist a.m. with Rev. Lonnie
rc in Hawtlhorne Tuesday nerman officiating Interm
at 2: p.m. Interment will fol- will follow in the Pleasant P
low in Hawttorne Cemetery. Cemetery.
Dunc Brotlyrs Morticians! Duncan Brothers Mortic
are in charge, are in charge.
PINK SHERMAN --
Funal services for Pink J. W. McGREGORY
f ae, will be Funeral services for J
at the~c Brothers ChapeliGregory, a pioneer citize
at 4 p. Wesday.. Hampton, will be held at
i Brs. Morticians are Macedonia Baptist Church
in chai. Hampton. today at 2 p.m..
RRev. C. J. Johnson official
.Mp LOUI)M GRAHAM Interment will follow in
.Mrs. (Dai. of 15. N E. th Hampton Cemetery.
ve the Gner Relatives and friends are
a' UNo afr befllness meet at the home of his dau
announedlter by the Duncan S.E. 17tfi Drive at 12:45 p.m.
Bros. Mortianes. form the procession to
S-- church.
LENNOST. WILBERT Duncan Brothers MorUci,
Funeral stvices for Lennon are in charge.
T. Wilbert wibeheld today at n
the St. Peter aptist Church in -
Archer at 3 p4. Interment will BEN GRIFFIN
follow in the St.Peter Cemetery. Funeral services for Ben
,Lano had redled in Trenton fin, of 922 S.E. 5th Ave., wa
for a number of years., held at Duncan Brothers C
Duncan Brothirs Morticians Monday at 2:30 p.m. Inte
are in charge, will follow in the Pines
---- Cemetery.
CHEIISTER MRST Duncan Bros. Mortlci
Funeral services for Chester in charge.
PEqSONAIS PROGRAM TO BB
Mrs. CareUl Siith-Griff in, PRESENTED
a teacher in the St. Petersburg The Female Protection
Public School, was called here gram will be presented
because ofthe illnessif her fa-.Mt. Nebo Methodist
other, Virgill Smith, in ibe hospi- Feb. 16, sponsored by Mrs.
ta- I trice Certain
Miss Mary H. Barbei andl All interested female p
Mi Carrie SShmomn, both tion members, friends and
of Atlata, Ga., are visitiq with tors are invited. Mrs. Be
M Ifmmnm' relatives here Certain, reporter.
for averal days. i -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and ACROSS NEWS
son, Jim all of New York City, CONVALESCING
wha viit herefor the past toI Mrs. Doris Reed, well
weeks has been pleasant, Wt young lady, who has been
yesterday for their home. was reported as somewhat
Miss Mary H. Thomas, of proved.
Tap, passed through the dty -
yesterday n route to Jackson- RCLE PLANS MEEN
villa to spend the weekend with The Besaie M. Brown Circ
bar siserMs. Mnable Young, t. Pleaast MetUig
ad other reaiw. will meet withA M. Berth
S Brown, f i Spring, today at 4:3 p.m.
pa ed through Gausve yes.
lrm y route to Ocala. i BOUR
Mrs. Mary Jones and son, Fellowship Hour will be
Jot, of Mia e served at the Tminph
is Gainesville over today at 3 p.m.
weee nd i Visitors are welcome
JamesThs fl r Kate Sims, reporter.,
day to Atlanta, Ga., yesterday m |
became of .. m. MEETING PLANNED
M. r. Ca d r s ofMiaRewllFmd Ti h al i at
dwrels Cere- willhe held at the Zion ag
we e b ns yterday aChurch with Rev. W. L.
e with a ptorstoday xt a.p,.
aud .k ; The members are urged to
CUR1 ANNOUNCmDMNT ipment, Mrs. Mary De
Lake Buder Hope Well A- president; Mrs. F. D. Sha
MN .- mdaySchel. t1a.m. reporter .
amig wrsdhi, : a.m.; FRBmNDBIP 50CH3 UNI
ad swiftg wrsp. 7 pa. The Friendship Choirs' U
ihe pubi is avited. Rev. CUf. presents its monthly s
it Siosm, pastor; Mrs. Wi. ai Program on Moday. at
a Mas Psrry, Wporter. p L at the EmanuE.. p
UIa sm -ieWd AXE. CtR on N.. StAvenue.
today SMciel, s a.m.; Mnrs. PW aI No .
hardas of Greatw Bel AM. There wil bes very l
tL tu Gal v alu gedg held at the S L o
WI a yo.ng people wil re Baptist Q chb at Gmio
ArapwMf UaJt.; ad inw a t*Olf 60 Pa1,
bf. Oaf i t ( Tsis n d m w I tery today at 3 pi.
pech at p.. Mrs. Dork Al iBlered p arm
Rod, reporter, asked t attend and e es time


COLORED NEWS


I. F. Childs, Coored News Edtor


HEAU VOT DIVE
ST. PETERSBURG -


Harper, structor at Gibbs
Junior College, was named to
head Florida NAACP Branches
I14 Voter Educatio program
Rutedge H. Pearson, State CO-
fece President announced.
The NAACP project which
seeks to push Florida's totlm
number of registered voters pa
the m3, mark by mid-year,
will be psd by all of Flor
day's NAACP branches and
Youth Councils.
Harper and Gibbs Junior Col
kle have beaM staunch uppor.
tn of the NAACP programs.
The entire faculty as full me
eaMp ti the NAACP and Gibbs
JC stbdetas are Involved in the
vte drive.

CIURCa ANNOUNCEMENTS
achs a-SLuke A.ME.-
Suaby School, U a.m.; morm-
Eg. Wna p, fCamminn, 11 a.
m.; ad eveag n hip, Cop
mudse, I:M pa.
The Founders' Day rally wll
culminate the third Sunday.
Each m ber is asked toply
$11.
T Rev. Cifton Simmons and
wmpetooim from Hope Weal
AXM Church will conduct a
joint aervic Sunday, Feb. 11, at
3 pjL. Re. Ballard, pastr;
Mrs. Mary A. Jones, reporter.

MRL AlNI RIHCARDON
Final rita for Mrs. Amie
Richardson of Gainesville, who
died Feb. 2 at her home follow-
ig a linring illness, will be
conducted today at 1:31 p.m.


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Public Works


Building Is


Termed Vital


By WIlANDAY
Il opposed MW Public
Works Buiig, ft ded in the
bod ime tobe decided by vo.
ter Tbuday, is co ered by
dtyeofldato be ee of the
major ions in the bond
The project, designed to pro
vie adequate facilidh for the
Pdlc Works
Galan illle's ITh
lt21t win
haoMd the pr. Bond
ctae of ap-
acres of Jand, e
cotrctib of
a 15,0 sq. Ibldt and
kmited site development.
The projed a the e dorne-
mdnt ofthe Chanmber of Can.
mee Local Affairs CoMie
L J.l T sm Jr., mmter of
the aotmin who released


the ma ue "fay
wh the players on th
y of acqirig the ad
cter right away, be
city E4me Onre
Md the prk -M
new center O hbIk d s
tei depArt ea- UwDep
matt in tue urn. Dap
"We have a ipbys
workf fldtmebaalj
hu little pae mnd in
mst of the area is nee
tor equipm t and
la," he said
The lack of Sape
a forces the depwrent
low a to pieces of eq
oubde, ncoungm va
and theft, he sa.
Sproeiio for the
Wors Depqartnt aeo
adequa sto e bar


Helping

a i mm -


wil be Po~md m..uAi
p~~a -uoileS ~ar
IliuSi u@llllmw
inS egCmuu~ll


Unsnarl


Traffic


mpwmeat md the loiwr de
dty waits de m eq n
V"s ping to Ie.
"Fr t e overall pod of
Ga iDe and te greth of
e city, a's inportnt th
sme haro melb be mea


Ume Ihe m m N f AvSW 2B m Awf oan SL I v to fir m dil t ass mbw the 1p- w o" ,is ermarkpd SW 'dN I There, 1 t a cat a d edofPot SlR.
"df_ the 1w or-ie wor ,abo"ot dd-. AvoidGold
Sond In wufhl a ipinIBd'SWOinaM1f TMO, A. (AP Tro
Ned bullmnwaynall
g fiag of OW i sn, b line wl 1a *b dn w mpalk w M rt '1&
S ior beis fl t an tad hwwaimn d mofAve. t ol w a U" K h er s i ome people do bep e
e intBdedo to e bro SW 1b tho SL Main St. *l b* on"ly a at, eed ar ht gfn is gm.
n tlM a Uale of ut cur dt N o wm t af Be pated the ise amlk ilk
s Womt ad W.L t lmo.IiuWlONKWdthat many o red Is
ndalmta dmCi aIenallld. fSLmDR*Nto WAh ImmedmOUWodC Q&wa aimotof6mnip




Ltee A o turt d s the mrono
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Wd U


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FRIDAY DINNER SPECIAL
10-OZ. N.Y. STRIP ST AK .. $2.75
Soup de law salad. Baked potatoes with sour
cram. Sherbert or pie. Coffee or tea.
S. AFRICAN LOBSTER TAIL.. $3.50
SATURDAY LUNCHEON SPECIAL
OPEN HOT BF SANDWICH .. 95c
Whipped polgoes. Coffee or toe. Pis or Sherbet
md ALWAYS If'sowl- fa-ma
37 VAUMIU OF PICAKIS

Aunt Jemima's

KITCHEN


1614 N.W. 13th St.


372-7140


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


By-BOBWA on
Gamesville residents win be
able to shake sooe sand o9t


of their shoes if
voters give the
nod to a fVA,-
* item in the
general- obi
tion bond iem
to be deeMidS
Tuesday.
1ie project is


Bond

Insue


designed prove money to
establish a revolving fund for
residential street paving con-
struction. When established, the
fund would allow the omtabc-
tion, under an massm t pF
gram, of approuxiately 3
miles of residential streets.
won't actuia
pay for reides,




met program"
pointed out ngo
Barney but mere Chaber


commerce Local Afrairs com1
mittee member who specifical
ly studied the pforj
Under the proesgraidm, idresids
owning a majority of the front
feet on a street can petition
the city for paying. uae
does the Loc then collects
for the ob over a period ofal
y studied the a sprojecal t.
asUnders p m residnment.ts


"Tne initial cost of me work
is usually paki back over a
five-year period," Cohon sa id
"All of it, however, can aeti
be returned because the oy
pays for intersections, stre


150 Minors


Nabbed Under


Beverage Law
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A
drive against beverage law vi
olations by mnors his reted
in 5 arrests, state beverage di-
rector Richard Keating an-
nounced.
He said that 64 were arrested
I Palm Beach County, 3 in Du-
val, 18 inLue, tn Dede eiht
In Broward, six a Hooky, five
I Velusia, four in Bay, emIe bi
Barasot, two each t Colio re
and Monroe, and e each h
Highands SL e, t SL JohsI
and Harde.
b each unty, Katinog lf i,
IHe actual anes wmen rceled
by a educate program wa
ng minors a-ati vl-te
leverage reg uI"ns
TruetoForm
MEMPHIS, Tue. (AP)-
TWi tley, drmod a tle
tistoo program U theod r .it
Heb toUhis paems the amt
morning that was a artN
bype, a d e with i of ex
Stmet -ad commercial at
at d.


g Out of Mud

mne av"iabl exept
tehohtibW Fund n.mse"
zwvnvg Fu son said. a 'It wi give a
For Streets station
a vile's e i l streets are
widening lag ad mnering unpaved. This'exc he a-
cIt." taal average by tat 2 er
Cokleo said e part fund cent.
w"I give the city soething Colso n pointed that e
to start moving with and would unpaved areas cost.he taspzay-
provide for about X million ers (M a mile eey year
paung as loas are repaid. "The city s ig about
The city now has IS requests $l, es year for its .
ftr pavingbitmamoaUyto doupaved sis," d1laon said.
the job. figure will be subantial
"We've -t to hae moey in ly reduced if e can begin to
hand todo paying ad I don't bring our streets up date."


68 Candidates


Pass CPA TIsts
Certified publiacountat data, but p e cerifcales
mmina han hve been passed wi be held pending completion
by cadlates, according to req ment,
tJM les D. A. oley, chair en : .*
Of the State Board of Aeaom
,cy . .a. l -xryo S lnd
In OtadIon to te I, Mieler For; t adm
rid s. otIher i d ofte a nh h M A
t who took m Ne fm ber, S. Pri sod ijy dJad
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Ileand -ih Pd -;iP BeMa MidMN Gay Dme
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REn Mk; s r -E lor Man W A. Pider, ai.
SD h k.; -mb t EWethPain .X
aB JohB. MK ar. r,1 OsglUCar
aI. P .advan a imem Sr Palk. aa P e H Xard
senat Das; aHof*wo -JIt Motef n
L Roger; la; Lte bWet h I
Cs Jobn MoUah0o; GINN rid sthod s aemit m
10mO Jules L Bmagdm Carl. tiM d pubrse' *aa aid oaoa
ta inL Cob Jr. Abort Fraga, Nalia Is eIars d p II
Join Robert Kes d t Beh Amrica M Mf CCairi
alt & Walace, Jr.; Ornmd Pd&4Amoq di'sasrllemgle
Beath -D4oU Padl Za3; in May adl m dSr eet
Pamua Ciy C. L Mcble year a theMseme dates ml at
C. Dab aad Phltt L Spa. states, Se Distrtt (f CbiaQbi
Addikl.. ncswenal am&aPWortM!ico. 1


Essay Contest on Utility Operation

Under Way for High School Students
LAKELAl -A -t-teme tee of t .r.Ms mdpdl ..m m lsakb do Pal -
1 Miff OWNl s admas oa jeis. W. I PNlt IfAW" NlaW
"Wlal Md Oal pdOmb 7p ( te as wa am t un g bu aVd dr m t d m.
iecc UAts to Mm bawad Melb ti li~deSa m=NeaFe-
aty," w bMir way. hbte fl e ae Ik Sal e oam mi at.
ly stiadneats iiam attde Weft, emplma us am*s Ubii mau yt
aah O W s wee l by ftt am trid My to ,fe r Bor*=din a to I ba t I
aifteassial mSidb iaanasa6d.bt Uiaw. ar bsS
Osd i t1et i -,MPs.pAr. Al h a d ilbb fl ma mtbso E
f rW a to ofmSa a l f fCa hr4a uf -m, ele
m btwhUim I am dabqM4eiig Ms nl -ub.WAsI
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SiMday, February 9, 1964 Goinenville Sun 7A


Off the Streets,


On Playgrounds


GamviMe naed and mat
have more playpunds, asocord-
lig to Mark Bown, ember de
die Chamber o Comaerce Is-
cal Affairs Camitse, wUich
siled the r Iposed miuliin


bad ismse to
be voted on

meo.a a
appointed to
udy and make
mrec e nda
born oa the


Three area bankers checked reults of their deciaim' makiag *p t a co-.
puter yesterday during a bank management seemio at the'Univeitity of Flori-
da Computing Center. From left are John Piersk, Univei'aity City Bank of
Gainesville; Bob Mathews and Wisdom O'Neal of the Commercial Bank and
Trust Co. in Ocala and Dr. James G. Richardson, profeeor:of banking at the
University.


The
Bond
Issue


Remreation ad Playgroud F-
dties project b h
issue I s designed to provide
,additional fKtili i, ig
two new trecreato centers and
the development of playground
areas, and has a prie tag d

"At first I opposed the play


Bankers Test Skill n4 UF Computers


Twenty-five top level bakers
came to the University of Flri
day's Computing Center yester-
day to sharpen and test their de-
cision-making abilities in bank-
ing operations.
4 They came from six banks in
the stateat the invitation of the
University's College of Business
'/ Administration to stimulate
banking operations and learn
the results of their decisions
without actually experiencing


them. the Jnwersity, said "The meet- become the first of a training
Using computers program- ingm an educational exercise series for Fida bankers by
edwith cmlee set of bni ai n m of beas. the College of Business Adminis-
in'g Lcondit the banker de- ,, y0 code traction and the Computing C
cided on such matters as inter- t!'" "ter.
est rates, investments, expendli a qart4r of a year's decnisio-
tures and lons andwithin m 'into li and see u e se
utes read the results of t t ffu^tafte-umf^u taetu- C. Uane
cisions in the form of profits a all y esperieng thm, gives
losses for their "banks ." management a better has- Film
James G. Richardson, oor ;is making g decisions in Sll ShOW
dinatorof the session and prmo. acin 1 do t." I
fessor of bank management at It k believed to be the first TB i Tl wlor


In this space will appear from time to time
i something concerning books. We hope you
wriH tke thetime to read it and on our
port promise not to bore you.
ONLY .APATHY (or a reduced advertising
budget) will coose its demise inasmuch os
the "worst sin toward books is not to hate
them but to be indifferent to them". *
rporoaphrsed from
GBS


time ke have been assem-
bled -n a University campus for
this 1 p. The technique has
beenu by several leading
bani in- the nation to train top
office sRichardson said.
Hei for the day-long sessions
were top officials from Atlantic
National; State and Riverside
BanMs oI Jacksonville; Univer-
sity City Bank of Gainesvile;
Comiterdial Bank and Trust of
Ocal4; and the First National
Bank of Dunnedin.
Du.ctin th procedures for
K. ,M manager of the
Comkting Center.


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Two movies about civil de-
fense sponsored by the U.S. De-
partment of Defense will be
shown Thursday at I p.m. in the
Guaranty Federal Savings and
Loan Association building, 2o
N. Main St.
The movies will be shown by
the Community Wide Associa
tion for the Protection from Nu.
clear Attack.
The following panelists will
discuss the movies and answer
questions:
W. H. Murphy, director of civ.
il defense in North Florida.
Dr. Arthur Broyles, nuclear
physicist, and Profesor Herb
Sawyer, civil engineer and spe-
talist i shelter contruction at
the University of Florida.
The names of the films are
"Civil Defense in Schools," and
"Town of the Time." There will
be no admission charged.

New Number
At White House
WASHINGTON (AP)-If you
want to phone President hm-
son, dial 4*-144 after 11:01
am. Saturday.
The present number NA
8-1414- which the White House
has used since 1U2, is being
abandoned for the allnumbers
Presidential press secretary
Pierre Salinger Aounced the
change, which wiB ive the
White House its smith number
since the first telephone was in-
stalled there in IlrT. The am-
ber then was just pla 1 ider
the listing the phone book as
'The Executive MuitmL."
Asked how hbe feels about all
master lisHtings Salingpr told
repoers wit a grin:
"I doo'twnalt into thL"
Some tiqbme abscibers
bme b -o pII e ainst
abandonmig names and ledrs.


gV ds proM ," aid Brown,
"but after I taed to several
pope I changed my ind. I
strongly favor it-we've get to
lave them and tat's al there is
to i
"The longer we wait, the hard-
e it's pgog tobe to acqle the
necemary land and the more ex-
pensiv it wi lt."
Another thing his nvestiga-
tion turned up, said Brown, al-
thou not related to the props
al: "I learned our playgrounds
are a lot beer supervined than
wIb. I s.. .1i nn. "


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SHIPMENT ARRIVES

The second, at brst, ipet th Associated
PRm' 1be a te emomsadDm of 'eMimt Kmmy,
"Ml It b h PNs," aWrived i Galsinle FrtMay nd
l he makl MHay.
The firt shimt d4 ceples was maled a week
1a. Fry's *~it, evMeaiy e M m by a uu=lly
N M p ft eder, mmberaed a. A dhird skme of ap-
palmady i beeha is epsctend h matheA week's lime.
Am.memmis perta is in the rival adt mmaling
d ie bsoks ws ", to apper i The Sa *t tail
en mNfld. At te peaMt e, e totbe mi4e-
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At Palm Beach
PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -
Three members of the Kennedy
family, the widow of President
John F. Kennedy and her two
brothers-in-law, have flown into
Palm Beach, Fla., to spend the
weekend with the head of the
family, former Ambassador Jo.
seph P. Kennedy.
Two Secret Service men ac-
companied Mrs. John F. Ken-
'nedy, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken.
nedy and Sen. Edward Kenne-
dy, D-Mass., on the flight south
by commercial airliner.
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Is Airport Adequately i


Prottected Against Fire


By JEAN CARVER
Sea Saff Wrif r
At first hearing it was a
stunner:
"I jumped into the fi truck
ad tried to start it. It wouln'
So Jim Kelly, a lineman at
Gainesvime Municipal Airport
foc niversity City Air Service,
ran to a compact bus parked
nearby and drove to the crash
atIrlast Monday.
' His comments about the fire
tuck failing to start came up
dinig a TV filmed interview
or a Jacksonville station Mmon-
day nightL
'Why didn't it start?
!It should be emphasized at


the beginlg that queld
about th re fieq men at athe
municipal airport should be
prefaced with the belief of
many quamled officials who
claim that t would not have
helped Moay to have had be
eqipnt right on the cene.
Myrl Hanes, owner of Univer-
sity Cy Air Service, says the
explosive fire in Monday's
crash could not have bee put
out immediately eve If fire
trucks had been standing by at
the and of the runway.
MOfcials are na general agree
meot that the U0 person aboard
the South Central airliner did
t bum to death hbutere kill-
ed lostantly by the impact of


Named Acting Director

Of Plant Industry Unit


TALLAHASSEE-H. L Jones
of Gainesville has been appoint-
el acting director of the Florida
Dept. of Agriculture's Division
of Plant Industry, Commssion-
e( of Agriculture Doyle Conner
apounced Friday.
:Jones, who has been assistant
division director since 1M8, re-
places the late Dr. William G.
Cpwpertbwaite who was killed
Monday in an airplane crash in
Gainesville.
-Jones, a 40-year-old citrus ex-
pert and career man in agricul
tural administration, is a native
of Crescent City and a graduate
o( the University of Florida.
Jones, his wife and two chil-
dren live at 101ll NE th P. in

He was a member of the old
Plant Board since I1. When
the board was reorganized into
th pres Division of Plant
Industry In 1963, he moved to
Gainesville.
."I intend to keep the same
strict policy Dr. Cowperthnaite
maintained in protecting Flori-
da agriculture," Jones said at
his home yesterday.


Attorney

Is Honored
GCaiesd le attorney Wsto
E. Arnow has been elected as
a fellow of the American Co-
lege of Probate CMa el, a a.
onal organization which ea-
bances poessionl standards
of probate lawyers.
Arnw, a member of a local
law fim, and atormy for the
Alaca County Board of Publk
hstruon, has placed here
since in.
The recognition hoers law-
yers wI have Sow sk*l
ad experience in handiag pro-
bate ma ers. Arnw joins
ther members of the Tnrbia
bar wh are Fellows in he
collqae.
Armw served o a state co-
mitte at drafted rules for d.
vilpobdre in Florida in IL
He. is rrntly chairman o
the Flida' Bar's Legal Fduca-
tMo Comittee.

Running Again
TAIAEASSEE (AP)- Rep.
J. J. GQal Jr. of Oeeola Com-
ty, m ofd the legislature's .
dcia q indhts, has chm d Us
Mid a plans to sek another
term.
IM li he had planedto
i ar 13years in the ltegkis-
labn t tht ib had aped
to m ane i.
He 1 a key mowrof to
lsit App friMtio VCm
maal was -hch irm a th
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Improved

Fishing Plan

Progresses
TALLAHASSEE (AP)- The
planning phae of a statewide
fishing prevent program
has been eo "p ande ethe co
stuctio phase i getting under
way with rev e from a $1 in-
crase in fishing licunes, the
State Game Comniain said
Saturday.
It reported that an estimated
$f would be available to
speed a freshwater fishig l-
provm s tls year, ani that
aO5,m d this -au would go
into construction of fish watch.
series and public fishing lake
Soue $UM wi be spat a
buhlM beat ramp, W for
lertiMer for fish ponds. ,07000
for baby channel catfih and
striped bam for stocking and
naler amounts a wh Mkes
as pol a studies, a SL. Jo
Rive rvey, and salaries of
I1MOOM


the c and rM ultng upe
There A twofire trucks at

the airport. Oebelongs to the
ity and ot wking or-
der.
*,h one wffidKelly attempt-
edto start is teiproperty of the
U. Air Force and is used by
an Air Frce,, unit here.
Ac to Force amf
dab her the b is ed mtwo
days a onth at most bythe
reervit '
The trik ma made avail
able to operator of the local
airport by the Air Force with
the understad M that the sur-
pk fie truck Would be start-
ed up ery ay and would be
parked inside the hangar.
University Citx officials point
out that although the Air Force
truck bas m6ni4um carbon dl&
oxide extigui hng facilities,
they were not sufficient to co-
trol Monday's crsh fire.
They concede at if all the
workers at the airport who ran
to the wrecked airliner had tak-
en carbon dhxide extinguishers,
they could have held the flames
under contrNl uWtil trucks from
the cit file stations arrived
about 1i minutes after the
crash. But they .could not com-
pletely extinguish the fire.
Tme main use the airport has
for fire trucks is to control pe-
riodic grass firqs.
Critical fire a s at the air-
port are at the gas pumps near
front of the terminal where
planes are likely to have en-
gn fires.
Carbon ii equipment Is
locatediat 26-foit Intervals in
the hb gar, gar,*at required
mets of inurnce underwit
ers. A porable carbon dioxide
tank is atthe s eapumps and
there is fire fighting equipment


atm the irmino's al It
first t c connected with the
operation of the airport say they
are saUafld th$t the area is
adeq ely protected for fires.
ray. note tht the northeast
fire statIon Is three miles
from the arpojt's enhance. It
took eas than i0 inSales for
the first truct to get to the
crash site Monday.
Few. airports in the state
maintain complete am. prole-
io people conneded with
aviatiwm here say.
Most airports the sie of
Gaine 's rely e comply a
the' city fire equipmentt and
don't evej hawe a truck, odi-
dah may. Up until three years
ago, tsere wer no fire trucks
at Gaemville's John R. Al&.
son Field.
City Mpnape BU Gren,
whr b naiyk manager of
te a'rport so hie late west ek
he was boong mto the reports
about failure oa the fire truck
to start. '
n dividMu holersra
er tih the ctk are iaMe for
any daa0e t accidents that
occur at t4e airport.


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Our Town


Looking back, there are
mauy thip about Momu y's
airport tra dythat ca for
serious stu*y.
They p beyond the bmned-
late reasons that Cvil Ammrn.
tics Board ainvestigators will Me
as the offial reason for the
city's wont aviation accident
It involve policy and proto-
col from city to federal lev.
For example, if the Federal
Aviation Agency or CAB ade-
ally have a policy of grant-.
ing special dinpesations to
charter flights awing t to
meat a pmmir the cojilot.s
m gsa 0 practieightbe we


Since private and m r
vate flying s increasing it pro-
bably would alobe a pod
Wes to look bb*e rMillions
contrntg thei q - r-
cial airtine proa
At best, some ara aviators
feel that non-sch kd airlines
like South Central dou be
supervised more stritly.
one official te m hed-
aued passer fligts "glor-
ified charter series"
Unlike normal airlines, such
as Easter or National, -
scheduled psser airies do
not havetofile flight nforma-
tion or schedules with the Civil
Aeronauses Board. They do not
have to meet the strict regula-
tions of the CAB but, listed,
abide by the Federal Agency
regulations that apply to small
charter operations and private
fliers.
Several local problems at the
Gainesville airport showed up
as a result of Monday's crash.
The most pressing of which
was the immediate milling
around and general -what
should we do" atitudle.
As much as an hour and one-
half after the crash, firemen
were standing by mand sheriffs
deputies were stationed in a
circle around the wreckage.
But no official "no trespass
ing" area was roped off to the
growing crowd until Univers
ty City Air Service owner
Myr Hanes warned police that
the wreckage should not be
touched and the bystanders
should be backed away.
It was also Hanes who advised
the waiting ambulance drivers
that the bodies should not be
removed until FAA invetiga-
tors either arrived from Jack-
sonville or gave official author-
iation to move everyone.
Technically, Hanes had no re-
sponsibility to fulfill in the
emergency, other than acting
manager of UCAS until the

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firm's ase with the city ex-
pires a Feb.
Since te city's port is mo
large enough to have a ctrol
'tower and full time airport
manaor, Hanes' firm eploy-
ad a manager to p eraly ov-
re a ties at the airport
Banes was manag-
er, since theformer man er
resigned recently.
A dearer def"io of jura-


diction might rts about tast-
er deciuas about emeragecy
mondito perk under
agreements wi the new air-
mport leseho bMers
This is not to say that Mo-N
day's crash wea be repeated.
As long as plae are flown
- automobiles are driven or
pedestrians cross the sreet -
and errors are made there will
be accidents. And there will be
deaths.
The unforgivable mistake is
made when mno spos the
errors, studies the reasons and
makes ome effort to apply a
method of improvement that
may prevent or climate re
peat peformances.

46,000 Die

Accidentally
CHICAGO (AP)-Accidents in
the home and in public places
claimed 41,U lives last year
and cost the nation approxi-
mately $2.15 billion, the Nation-
al Safety Council reported Sat.
urday.
The statistics represented a
1 per cent increase over IH.
The council said another i.5
million persons suffered disab-
ling injuries.
Home accidents accounted
for 29,000 m fatalities, 4.4 million
injuries and coat $1.25 million,
the NSC said.
Accidents in public places
took another 17,000 lives, in.
jured 2.1 million persons and
cost $ million, the organia-
tion added.
Accidents resulting from
scheduled domestic air line pas
singer operations claimed the
lives of 4a passengers and crew-
men in 1963. These figures, the
NSC said, did not include the
deaths of 73 passengers and
eight crewmen killed in a Mary-
land crash of an international
flight.
Total aviation deaths last
year totaled 1,100, the council
said.


Smile! you're On Camera!
1o MAIM, M (AP) a moten. That cnetd ti pub-
A iM l hb MI n to AL bm uet. l ca law msa you
tag plbK s ut b M own fnlt be to aee lnide.
S i S Caech Trouble
te cmera M N wE be PRAGUE9, CUecholovkla
W bhld a thb i relay (AP)-A redaction in welfare
pkim te a teeisei t la the tate bfits, higher food pr-
ua window, W Eble pao. w ad stricter control of labor
rsby t U see Wht's gag have been announced by the
as required by bM n law. Caechfvoak government in a
'ITe bar i in am with no apparent attempt to pep up the
winkdm m a n o floor of country's shaky ecoy.


Centennial Way
RENO (AP) City flficialb
decided on a dirnt kind oi
groundbreaklng for Reno's ne
city ball sie It was t first
big construction project to gel
started in the area during Ne
'vada's centennial as a state.
The first earth was turned b3
a plow pulled by Tom and Sal
ly, a team of bay work horses
with Mayor Hugo Quilici and
City Manager Joe Latimore a
the reins.


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the amber of
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ropo said 'thwe's a di-
ie need f morm e n idmaks
in Gatovilk, particularly in
the school areas.
"Wetwod Junior Higbh
School and A. Quinn Jones l-
mtary School probably are
he mit critical right ow."
He said cty police estimate
M liDMl feet of sidwalkb
are need in Gainesille,;
pr rily hi the school vicini-
ties.
"Another way to finance the
sidewalk would be from gener-
al fund rmMesources," said De
Mo, "but thn never isb


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Fire Defense

To. Cut Rates

On Insurance
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Rape French
Break in Ties


PARIS (AP) A NatioalM
a e ofiial sai today he
em t ediv of how France
could "legly or morally"
beak naete with the Taipei
regime ONof aWag Kaf
Tao TcI~igryu, spoken
for the NaU Chee dip-
lomatic mission in Paris, was
commenting on reports that


France inte
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designed t o nhe
lgve asdqua 1
fire protec- Wond
tieo to all
parts of the Issue
cty.-
The proT7
ject w include the conru-
tion of two additional fire sta
ti the prc e f three fire
trucks and ezpouligs of the
fire alarm em.
Mizell said the fire protection
project is on iof those in the
bond issue thai will save the
dme and businme owner mn
ey, because 'un Gsalaessile
has more adequate fire potec-
tion, fire irm rates wil go
up."
"I think the bond ame is
sound facingg' be aid. "
aning through tatio is on
way to finance tie needed Io .
prpvemment, It it wil take
years through l adm to get
what the city ne*ds nw."
Pointing to the fire dt..
project as an n le, Me
aid downtown property owners
will benefit by hving thei r in-
surane rates kept level and
outlying proper owners will
save money through lowered i-
surance rates if mowe fire sta-
tions are built im those areas
where there is IN immediate
coverage now. .
"If we don't improve fire pro-
tection coverage the oudying
areas of the city he empha-
ze "iranc underwriter
probably will be trced to raise
their rates.'".
H noted that downtown sta-
tionbd fire trucks must leave the
areas they are spoed to pro-
tectto o out of t way, thus
leaving the downtb areas un.
proeted.


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MANILA (AP)-Former Ph- of the preset two terms o fou


ippne President Carlos P. Gar-
da has proposed a couple of
constitutional amend ts af-
fecting the office he held until
be lost his bid for re-election in

For one thing, he said in his
first major political speech
since his defeat the president's
term should be limited to one
is-year stay in office instead


Replies to Nik
Well Armed
OTTAWA (AP)-Prime Min-
ister Lester B. Pearson has
told Soviet Premier Khrushchev
that overt aggression is no
more dangerous than subversion
or nflratio by guerrilla for-
WS


Pearson's etter, made public
Friday, replied to the Soviet
leader's New Year's Eve cm-
mi.caton proposing an inter-
national pact to renounce force
hI sing international dis-
Plies.



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Secondly, he told a Manila
audience, "let there be a man-
datory provmo that the presi
dent, immediately upon his
election, free himself from all
partisan connections with all
political p artie h effort
take a position as leader of the
common party-he FlipiDo peo.
ple."


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York City, Detroit and has done
am comm rld work li
Galasvill. He movedhIre
about three yea s ago.
Shortly before couin to


G-VeMville Sun 9A
Gauesvfle, he worked wi Ifl
trai artist rt Chic Colan In y.-
tons Beach. Crok now I
bere on the Rocky Point Read
with his wife, Frances, and tO
children. -


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Local Artist

Has Varied

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of th J. Hilk Mlier H lth
b athe hD contains a 21
It fatmur mIal wae ar col-
on dmne with a palette Ikife-
relaively new departure.
uere's me piece o ceramic
waD sculpture k ed in the
how and several prints of New
Oreans street and ja cs.
W exhbitio I Crook's first
Galoorle di allg.P
However, he has had previous
sdns in ri De Land,
DaytO a O Beach and l Detroit
He has been a prfeslioal art-
ist for abuut years.
During his car he workedsA
i viritllaly every art medium-
ncluding wood, ceramic and
metal alpture, coaes, water
colors and oils. As a painter, he
does both scenes and portraits.
And he worked In ceramics for
four years.
For X of the 5 years he's
be in art he worked as a Cow-
mnerial artist.
He was employed in New
(A nvrramm")rif
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Age Only Brightens Future

For Raymond Bocca


By HAROl)D IuMIE
Sm SId WhEr
- Raymond Bo ma l't a old
MA.
SHe looks like he is, but that's
*y because of hs'ag al-
meat 7 years.
An old man mally is m
i faliag huah and fadbg
mmries when's fond of the
lt to the poN of fnrakig
the future.
...1aymood Boca hasnt for-
saken anything.
be's fond of th pe pestire-
aess it often bt hhas a
youthful enthusiasm for the fu-
ture.
His enthusiasm is youthful in
more than one way. It's youth,
fal in its intensity ad it's aim-
ed at youth. Boyhood merips
ar guiding Bocca a q
to better the plightf the yong
They've guided min .Or-
ange, N. J., Gab ftle, Wasb-
ing and now lb y'e d-
recting hs efforato a y wn
seied in the ItaS Alps.
He's working to buM a Boys'
Clubhouse for the young p.-
pie of Poloe, Italy.
For seven years he word.
"I just hope the Lord will let
me live long enough to se that
ckib built as I uw the M eIn
Gainesville," Bocca sa d.
He was an organic of the
original move to build Galo.-
vil' Boys' Club. New he
pends most of his days lOting
Italy, "But Gainesville's dell-
itely my horne." He's "home"
visiting his family.
Tonight he'll leave again.
-His enthusiasm is reinforced
by rest, and hopefully he's re.
covered from a two-year-mog
series of ilneses.
"Monday and Tuesday will be
pent in Washington. Bocca will


op there to promote two of s
auilary idMes befo return
gto ato y.
He believes U. S. youth is be-
ing neglected. An answer to the
neglect, he believes, would be
etMablheat of Boys' C ike
recreaio coltes in schls
tbughout the land. They could
help conteract the inence
of the seets.
The other We ia to make
youth more responsible for its
He thb many jvele laws
are tt sMe ds.
Indted of rwrecting the j-
vealle who's goe wrong, they
pro him m puishent
Bocca would r the age
wo a juvenile becomes an-
srabe for his actions.
After two days in the nation's
capital, Does will head back
to his work In Italy.
Foremost in his mind in a
Sioe he originally formed his
Peoe Boys' Club, t's used a
rtd room for its headquar.
ten. Now he's trying to organ-
ize a community wide effort
behind a building campaign for
a clubhouse in Poloe.
His ildMig plans aren't any-
thing new.
They were born almost as a
twin to is cne for youth.
Thlt was as he grew up at the
t of the century on the streets
of Orange, N. J.
"We had nothing to do after
school but sit on the steps of
the lowest type taverns. Mr.
Eugene Debs was preaching so-
cialis Thn on other nights
we heard speeches on anarch-
im," he remembers clearly.
The meeds of disillusion and
delinuency were being planted


Plan Memorial


Honoring Swicks
A o0, memorial was eo na and Jtanes Swick Cafetor-
.lectd by the Florida Sherifs' m" at the shrifs'boys ranch.
Association last week in Jack- Swcks were log-tme champ.
:sonvie to honor the late Mr. of the ranch.
and Mrs. James Swick Sr. of They ded rcey in tefre
The money will buid the "Re- t Wp Jau lnvtle's Rose-
__ _vo__wlt te


Little Sister


Contest


Opens Soon
The annual Uttle Sisters e-r
test sponsored by the GaiM.
ville Boys Club will be heldFeb.
21 at 7:30 p.m. in the boys'
club.
The contest is opn -W to sis-
ters q Boys' Club members
and are between th ages of
three and six.
The girls will prenade ao
the boys' cub sage before
judges who wil be announced
later. Applicati for the af-
fair will be mailed to boys' club
members.
Last year's winae was Vkskl
ELra. four-yMu-ld dim r of
Mrs. Hannah Esser ad aster
of boys' club member Carl ER-
ar. About 35 girls entered the
contest last year.
This is the first yar the cn-
test sponsored by the mother's
auxliary, has ot be held dur-
ng boys' club week.


Descriptive


NEW YORK (AP) Sen.
Kenneth B. Keath., -N. Y.,
says a unidetifd Q s
housewife wrote him:
I never knew what a fib
ter was util I read a'm p-
per article referrn to a a
'takathoe." Why dnt yoe pd.
tidas coe more msw wlds
lhe ti so one caa Ondest
neom o what's pI, o?"
-I agree," Ketih com-
aed. ha weekly radio.
televise show hre. "Ad
wMto W On thtn Wa fUl-
istr rd likdn rs a mv
Pid amy m haw 1w
ANPtM of am wAo t a to
-a" to lhum.
- 9uta"


Recognition of their efforts in
behalf the ranch came after a
mfom" ofidsaidt h a
victhis ofthelhotwlfi.n au,
Sheriff Joe Crevasse pro-
posed a memorial resolution in
how of the Swcks It was
adopted and presented by Cre-
vaUe to members of the Swick
family who were present at the
sheriffs meetg.
Family members were Mr.
and.Mrs.J.J. Swick Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Herring and Mr.
and Mrs. Grady Aday.
After the resoutioe was pass-
ed, members of the Associaton
launched a short fund raising
drive to build the Swick Cafetor
It lad i onmly 15 minutes.
In that short time, the uW
that was needed had been
It came from the Swick fami-
ly, Sheriff T. A. uchan of
Dde County, Sheriff Willis
McCal of Lake County, CoL
mob Pumad ofMinm A.D.
Davis of Jausonville and Joe
iaz of T..




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Italy


Wbn he realize he'd Mevr he
cr teld to 1b age. town
i eymae that Imed aw
"ml iwm o- taps*fli
70110 D OM sof ,t .
tri bio Italy S., the
U. S. to vit bhis f or.
He renamly was dci by the
-W CoIIIm umM
ship lie fr his coas d pa-
troae. He's omde m th
U Atlantic msinigs aoard the
be's dip
ra y, he amed retire-
meet a^, Beca earn to
Gainmie wm as treme chil-
doom bhd fIId. lHe me and
opMw a photh I butm
iNa. Each he'4 ren to
a*y for a vSL
He washit ld drin a trip
*A yeam ao.
Hi wife d 4f ym e otract-
aed ltuem and was dead
wiain three moi.
Bocca returned to Gaineksvile
for about a yem. "I coulah't
d the ot f our house
im. 1 fet h living up ev-
iytht." he do sadly.
SAnd he didl v up his i


RAYMOND BOCCA
. "It's bee an uphill fight"
i young Bocca .and his compan- chance to help. He was the son
ons. of Italian immigrant parents.
Then one day "a dear lady There were thousands of Itall
picked us up. ans coming into the country at
"S4 asked s if we wanted the ime. Most of them didn't
to st4 a Johnny Cub. There understand America.
were okies and milk in it for Young Bocca's help was ne-
us so ve decided to give it a listed to talk to them in their
try," cd say. native tongue about their new
TheyItraed it and liked it. land. He talked as a represent
hen te tried it and liked it. native of the Boys' Club.
Within two years, member. As Bocca became a man, he


ship woy bOoming.
Then something happened
that Pte a air of substantial
permantoce, to the group. Im-
portantfmeq started getting in-
terested in what was happening.
"Mr. Austin ,olgate (of the
toiletries family), Thomas Ed.
ison and cppy others built us a
hau'" Bocca d. ose men
also talked to the boys and fur.
wished then with games and
educationalmateria
They replaced the influences
of the s4ee
Later, a Iranch of the club
was formed; for older boys. It
was more education minded.
The niembers studied govern-
ment, IleiPo cracy and the
American way. They had
pMm, sports A made ewnr
sm to tmp6tat places.
It wasi. th it Bica got a


MNNOUNCIhlG!


BUFORp 9RUNSON
is e epia ceamnted
with gie lbul Ptioc
ageay sale sme. He
invi e all foer custom-
an, hi esld pe ipct
to deip i or giveM hem
cl...


became a successful home
builder in the Orange area.
But he stayed close to the
Boys Club and his family.
His father became seriously
ill when the son was about 25.


He went to Italy. He's found
a new wife, a native of Polone.
And he's still working with
youth.
"It's been a uph fight," he
saidk. Many of Poone's peon
ple didn't believe his Boys,
Club wo work There were
others who didn't want it to
work. He somet.enewas op.
posed by religious and politi-
cal factions.
But he's steadfastly maintain-
ed that his club is son pollt
cal and oelliglous.
He's accumulated about U7
members.
They have ping png, foot-
ball, pmicis the mountains,
trips to look at the boats in Ge-
noa and a battery thought -
provokig educational aivi-
ties.
He's divided the youths into
committees.
Each committee is Mspons-


ble for keeping track of some
-W d wM mamL. Beca
Csina mt reports to the Sre
hM what i t' learune in
Its study.
Btoeca mMura s th aln o
to think about poli al I .
eal, uadomwdme ad worldM.
wde.
The issue aft are debated.
But all this takes laee to a
raed room. It lacks per
manean that Bocca would
hope to give IL He fen that
when h leaves, it wll fal
apart
That's the mai rean why
be wat to pt a na
Boys' lub buimg oautruted
trig a cemmulity wide
effort But there's even more
to it than that Bocca's vision
is broad.
He can visualize the dedies-
tion ceremonies of the Pone
Boys' Chlub building.
He hopes they'll be within
two years.
It'll be a big affair. Mayors
will .me from ad the a r.
rounding villages, all of Pl-
one win be there and everyone
will talk about it.
He can see the faces of the
mayor as they're nspred by
whatn e people of Poloe have
"'They' say, '"Whly can't we
do it'?" Bocca says.
And be can see the mayors
actually doing it, going back to
their villages and rallying their
people behind a movement to
bulId more Boys' Ch for the
y of towns throughout
Italy.
That's why Raymood Boccae
is eager to leave for Polone to-
night. There's work to be done.


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de Gamnes' most exciting and
most difficult nmiatL
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rhen the faorable 3th posi.1
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Te visiting Orange Park five
led only a*- at intermission
as the Mustag put a a
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PLYMOUTH GOES 171.919 MPH


Dick Petty In Mark


DAYTONA BEACH, hFa. (AP) Golsminth set a record of
Richard Pety raised tie 170.h in his victory but be held h
stock car rang record to the mark only 50 'nutes-Just
171jU miles an bhourfor a as long as it took to clear the
miler Saturday and, along with track, line up cars and run L.
teammate Paul Goldsmith, es- final event.
t dhlbw Plmnrth as the newa


Wolverines

Win, 93.82,


oDy- tona l .. 1Petty from Randleman, Over ini
car on Daytona Intenato and Goldsmith, racing out O ver
SSpeedway. Mexico City, jumped off to ear-
Petty roared around the 2% ly leads and finished well in CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP)-Bil
mie high banks and straights front. Buntin and Caze Russel
five seconds ahead of Jimmy Goldsmith, now driving out of helped Michigan strengthen it:
Partde of North Wilkesbro, Mexico City, sat in a 19 Ply Big Ten basketball lead with
N. C., In another Plymouth and munth, the newly emerged hot 92 victory over Illinois Satur
left far behind the wordss which machine of stock car racing. da
S be da ingmajor He jumpedto a ead at the
NASCAR events, start and drove practically: he triumph was the seven
CGolimut did much the s alone the full M laps around the in eight games for the second
In a earber Smile event and %-alle high banked Daytona ranked Wolverines while Illinoi
wom the th po position for the International Speedway. dropped back with a 3-2 record.
rich Daytona 50 coming up Goldsmith's time of 17 min. Russell scored the game',
Feb. I3. utes and 33 seconds for a speed first basket and Michigan nevej
Petty win start alongside him of 170.Mo m.p.h. erased the oldk trailed. Illinois tied the gami
in the rot row. record of 1114.744 set last year three times, the last being 30-3
by Robert (Junior) Johnson of before the Wolverines spurted
S p l RooSd, N.C., then in a Cbevro-to a 3-34 halftime lead.
6 fl et. Several times early in thi
o u lells Johnson was second to Gold. second half, Illinois pulled with
smith but a ph*o had to be de. Iin one point of the lead but nev
Sof eod before deWr msimngog oft-ier could overtake the Wol
/tJ "/*_J O f i Nf he bad out David iverines.
J 71 9 Pearson of Sptburg, S.C., Midway in the second hal
Sin the second place duel. 'Russell connected on threat
were beled IM1wll h about aiI Bolh drove '36 Dodges. A straight baskets and Michiga
minutes left. .Mercury and four Fords fin- began pulling away.
isbedbehind the frontthree. Buntin, scoring 22 points ir
ThYb Kmen U yre, who! Th was a special day com-!the first half and led an scprer
wound up wt pots, netted bing events of NASCAR and i with 37 while Russell dumped in
S rgt pu i to cut the dd. ARCA racing aoctiaons.
kit to one, -. Cart Baher of New Albany, Tal Brody topped Ilinois with
K W gave SL t.John's the Ind., and Jack Bowsher of U points and Skip Thored fin.
ad for t firsthe amoes Springield, Ohio, won M ilers ished with 22.
la r oa rmbidsdbot, uM- ARCA competition and qual- Michigan, hitting on l of its
1r, atd rMll* the firs& d fled to start b he fr row of firt shots nthe second half,
two sdd mlu e m to set an ARCA SM ale dmpionshp controlled the boards through.
therasge ufe rare. emt a Ib ay. out the contest.


Kentucky 102, Rebels 59


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ght ladasem C feree the first nine minutes that they
label race. were able to score only 13 points
t til led the Rebel by three
e The cotest was billed as a
Scores d between K '
COT ~ Cotton Nash and Missieippi's
Duie Kemagur, the No. I and
-a. msw s oremn in the SEC, but the
S.. M a..w a wadal maie never devel-
5M S..A L IT. Na*v i bert mgPme with
a I M~ L *5 hr shIM es to ID, (in
NEW s Law a a .V Mae d with 2) pok. Ka1n* w
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his aMd t FS baha fhidub, i bmiM&di, stii"
. ad I eag.


The -yearold Alabama, he move ot Jack Bdly's
class on March 1, was a press box spectator at the recent
Gator Semnole ba all struggle in Talhasee. After
proper introductions, the new FU baseball bo was asked
the usual question about major league olba's policy of
lavish bmme for utried yiiers.
aid, Sy aild f r bbasea s pemaa im, M.
"I ead b my eIba allIIr inoh r o a hr at
the majors pay mn y pgevr h N c ahl. And I
partee r dev-elop more playe-s wm aeh e mars
i ai Simear period as they w fIr teir hbig mey."
Hatfied also was much interted Is a recent Sporting
News story which showed a major league W reW y comitse
has indicated that an baseball of th future meds is TriplA
and buge rookie mp. Al inor leaus below Triple-A
would be eliminated.
Hateld who got his degree at Alabam State Collaege Is
I60, via the rocess of attedisg school parhlm n ter I bam-
ball seaon had kosed, ad he bia hear d the uway. "I
wonder how they think the plrs am d ltte are oing to
get actual game experience playing agait each ohe a
the time with pressure mining. incentive of league play is
important. I doubt, first, if it would work; second, whether
they'll ever try it."

He Was Tough
Gator fans, who came to know ad admire UtwBhifr in
hi tenure at FSU, should know right away that Hatfield dbI't
ge the lekname Scrap Iran caially.
, "I gesn t was the Red S aex whoMed atw l a me. I
Med to get in a few scraps Ianthe I in And In se males
I did thow a few rei bta batcs amove ean tfl b tn g
to break up datle pyt"
Hatfield has definite deas about his procedure as a college
baeb coach.
"You can't handle coDege players Ike the pro, even
though teymay be thesame age. e prois playfig ha'e
bi fual time. It's a IN per cent effort ad a job with him.
The college player is here for a purpose. If he don't leave
with a degree, you've let him dowa. I hope baseball is see-
ondary to anll my boys while they're to colBge. At the same
time. I also hope they about during the time they do par-
tilpate."
. Queried as to his thoughts an the tranforation of a former
maJor league to the college ranks, Hatfeld again made his
-,ians deitoae.
-*' L be "doe .t, mat myla iwellas w ake a hl td
elaws wat to -6 M to b iraf to q b hebL I fed e y
hacipoem a iaa yer ad farn ye d r ytn k.eaMi
man a wg l w ,swg Ml bIerIlihe am b to FMU. Ua i.
ys who ar an dinded e wed ar to calege or e -p
-a ihto pee teeaeL
"Also I hope that my cotacts aenud the country wil
ms m to recommend FSU to boys they ar e l teatd in,
or to tell me Hout potentialF p pact e

S Had Good Teachers


The flahy4dfle. lohit third acker of a hN-doa
years ago in the big the added this:
"I eeld tt dhat in under aid apgm ha maim ,as
At Lomes, Fred HuteBsen. Dikey, Padl fluids
Casey s ete., has t* m"
Hartld managed two years I DoubleA blU at l
Rock, a year at Modeta, Cai., ml another at Ahndlt
b the Carolina loop. At Little Rocke h boed farmer G.M
player and redet Bob Trmpe.
teb eInId k me n m Or w4 w1e I was at LMe
eck. 'a"M veceL 4 bbab habd ad an Sr ad
ed b ga iH M MtHb kh wt he i a e t Yes
i mS am me m M."
Everything Stopped
As a lmate o Td Wlml, te Fw e M o at a
ple More hWtld ble IMhuSed o fb m Mlb taord a
e mask tow rd tit puble but wa ia bwrt i flmh
,o dtme whob mw t b ht
"TON ed lsn to be m of tpoeait p I a t to Ha
mt am, ifgh Iu sa w wasm d a Str. ts OW
lb te to tat al *i h to aal W
Op BNt whom he hJeobd iM bt Up -tb h
Ws, eveiu, Adg s* W ft"a N sy as, HIill

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b.lod sdt po1insi"a"f t lb "W
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teammate.


Kidd a Heug, mrromde
by friends and admirers, looked
at the big scoreboard together.
"Do you know what that
means?" said KiYad "You and
me-we have fuAly won a med-
aL|
The two &out.s were treach-b
erously c&and'hazardous and
challenged the iers' strictest
appIcation.'


TWMOe
Francois Boolheu of Franme,
the giat slalom winner and
heavy favorite, tok a tumble ao
the first r and *ud to abandon
the race. His teammte, Guy
Perihi. also fel bAt managed
to cominue, plang kth. Sch-
ranm took a fall.; mnsed a gate
and had to go bak to completed
it, dripping from momd afie
the opening nrn'ltoIUL
Amercm nev wm im the
ee: relay race, wich
qkly dev6lope into a ba e
among Swden Finland ad
After Mite Galagher af
Kliltmn, VL, tned the frst
kg4ih 307,gOQd oyforlth
plag ke D M of Da?1o,
C&, railed witha3216:7.6C-
and lekg bthe Yanutsb
lth. Jim or o Lake Plac,
N.Y., held the position for the
third une ur, bt Bower,
wiS th *s doeSt S thie for
at 0:1 2. f*b hack to UL at
the FBnish ule.


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TWO M;dals


A cheer wed up whm the
board fs his Mtimie-1 min-
ate, 31-1of a sed, best
ste of dTy. u poAi
rm of 1:o1.S and 1:0 .1
There was stDl Houg, beck
in the palLb The Caueforia
rockted dow the pe, hel
bat for e1thet, ad reaned
finish line in abhi hin 1:.
"1, boy what nB!" Hea-
gp exclaImed, 'puffng. "Did I
make it?" .
"Yes, yeo did," aid Werner,
breaking through the police
cordo to .embrate his young


Deer Released in Alachua County
Marcus Milan, game commissioner for the Second District, far left, looks eon as Judge Ira Carter (lifting)
door, frees a deer in Alachua Co. Friday. The deer, released mar Windsor, replace one killed legally last
hunting meson. At right are W. A. Tyre and David Starling, pam. ammialm officers. (Sun photo by Ed-
die Davis).


Braves Top

Wichita In

76.74 Upset
PEORIA, MI. (AP)- Reserve
junior guard Leonard Hall fired
a one-handed shot frcm 18 feet
In foot of the basket as the
game ended giving Bradley a
-74 upat bskethall vtory
over Wichita Saturday.
e loss was the fourth-
ranked Shockers' first in seven


Missouri


Valley Confernc


games. Their over-all record is
17-4. Bradley is 4-4 and 13-5.
Bradley led all the way in the
fitt half, holding a 38-32 edge
at intermission as sophomore
Eddie Jackson made 13 of his
total 2 pote.
Wkhita went ahead 42-41 in
the first minutes of the last half.
From then on the score was tied
four times and the lead changed
nine times. Wichita's biggest
lead was 7144 with 5% minutes
to play. Heading the surge was
Dave Stallworth with ix points.
Bradley -'aied the lead 74-
73 on Joe Strawder' shot, but
Kelly Pete's frw "-row again
tied t with acons left.
In the final seconds, Hall
made his only points of the
game, scoring the decisive
field pal as U mun soumanded.
Nate Bowman -Ith points
and Staliorth with 23 topped
t Shoecker. StaPwwrth was
held to een points in the first
half by Jackson, whoe 23 were
high for thde Braves.

22.1 Shot Winm
NEW ORLEANS (AP)-S-oot
lake, a U-1 sot, imcorked a
r setch rn to win fe
r 3 LoUlanal Handicap by a
eek at tue Fair Grmds Satorm
*.7.


fie ad trs aMhig m Secle "mBwyt*Is bW igger, et
ter nd mmoe inmra t taI New York, at leat that's the way
the wIlers y M. So bIfB l ore m or to tie
Fil
tahM is Y. Stim ba a pa.r ceter mle
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Pit new


Syracuse napped Ptts eight-
game wining stak Bs -
ton University upset Army 7
and Tennessee Tech downed


FrvY:y Frays
Semi-final games will be at
7 and 8:30 Friday. One will
match the Lake Butler North
Marion Mayo winner against
the Cross City Jennings New.
berry winner. The other will
pit the Trenton-Chiefland-Bran-
ford winner against the Jasper.
Williston-Greenville victor. Fi-
nals will be at 8:30 Saturday
following a preliminary game
at 7 between the Williston and
Mayo girls.
Jim Pritchett, Gene Brown
and Loren Fielding will be the
tourney officials. M. L Pow-
ell, Jasper principal, is tourn-
ey manager.
'The Riverland event at Bron-
son will find Cedar Key play-
ing Hawthorne in a girls game
at 2 p.m. Thursday. Taylor
High of Pierson and Bell will
meet in a boys' encounter at
3:30. At 7 p.m., Melrose and
Taylor collide in a girls game.
At 8:30, Hawthorne and Mel-
rose plays a boys' contest.
Semi-finals in the boys divi-
slon are set at 7 and 8:45 Fri.
day. Bronson meets the Haw-
thorne Melrose winner in the
first game and Cedar Key
plays the Taylor-Bell victory in
the nightcap.
Title Count


At 7 p.m. Saturday, the win-
ners of the Thursday gir ls
game will play for that title.
At 8:45 the boys championship
fray in on tap.
Tom Love, Nick Tsacrios
and J. C. McElhannon are tour-
ney officials. Wayne Beau-
champ and Jerry Ward will
be timers and Pat Hodgkins is
the scorer. Admission will be
50 cents for students and $1 for
adults.
The Florida Star Conference
meet will be at Starke on
Thursday, Friday and Satur-


By TED MEER
Asseeated Pros Sprts Writer
You can toot that born, but it
doesn't mean a thing to the all-
conquering UCLA basketba
tenm.
The nation's only undefeated
major college team aol top
ranked in The Associated Pres
poll, the Brins made it 18 in
a row Friday night by wallop
ing California 3747.
Fanatic Cal rooters packed'
Harmon Gymnasium at Berke-
ley, Calif. to its capacity of
7,W3, but their Kreeching and
the blaring of student bands,
didn't scare UCLA as it has
other teams in the past.
The playmaking of Walt Haz-
sard and his 21 points pls theI
shooting of Gail Goodrich, mod
for poits, gave UCLA a
#3 halftime lead and the
Bruins ripped the game open
with their customary second
half burst. They now are 70 in
Big Six competition to Cars 54


V y, Teak Winh
Davidoe No. 5, walloped
Georgia South er and Van.
derbilt, No. 8, tronused Tulane
M64 in the only other game
involving items in the AP Top
Tea It wa Tulane'i 17th co-
Mscute setback left the
Greenes sill t y winless
major team.
Georgia Tech -pe& laisd.
ana State 514 n R. D. Crad-
dock's jump shot with five sec-
onds left and moved Into a first
place tie with Kntucky in the
Southeastern Cferece. Geor-
gia and KM e are M -2
in SEC play w VaA right
behind at 5-2.
hpngs got al jammed up in
the Ivy League as Harvard up-
at Princiton aNd Yale
knocked o Crndi 47 to cre-
ate a five-way deao Har-
vard, Prieton, Yale, Cornell
andi Pena each are 42 i league
play. Pem cnmwid Dartmouth
97-U to gain its shares d the


Seminole Handicap

Winds Up in Dead Heat


By GMENE PIDEN
MIAMI, (AP-Top Gal
lani, a 50-1 Aot, gpt up in the
ial stride to rn a dead beat
with Admiral Vic In the Um,
Seminole at HNith
Saturday while tu 14 hate
Mgoop finished fifh
Sure Flight was onme lgth
behnd te first pair ad Grwl
was 1% lenge back in fet,
wah Map a neck away in the
It was th flat dead hat In
a stakes ra e t wir. Ad-
mil Vie, caurfng M PEa
with My Sin
closed fast IN l iMstrt. He
came from fourth the a sl
tun while Tp Gaot rited
im far bac to gk6 bpto .
Admiral Ve, ural elt
wih tae cro w 22S^ -w
blad $, s Iad I ATIP
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Odds "qTr
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Steve Broob ri retued
S$3.U aSnd $15.
Sunrise night, at 1 pounds
with any Adams aboard, paid
4. to show.
Thm for te 1i il over
a dow track wa 1:044 with
fracu of 24, 1:1
34, md 1:544. The rak e-
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REMAIN UNBEATEN


UCLA Keeps on Rolling


Walern Keuckty a mn over- day.
time. Palatka has been seeded No
h other Friday games, Wash. I but tourney pairings are un-
hingn beet Southern California settled because three of the re-
SAe, Colorado State U. downed making four tr--s are dead-
Wyoming M-6, Oregon over- locked for runnerup spot.
came Idaho 61-58, Stanford de- Starke, St. '--stine an C'
feated Washington State 80-69. Live Oak all are jockeying for
Oregon State whipped Portland posit',s ane the Suwar
974- and Utah State nipped quintet has a game early this
Montana State in overtime, week that may help break
77-73. the deadlock.


Friday's Cage Results


HIGH SCHOOL Father.Aw Lpe orkla 0 and :5
ut 4, VYre Beach 44
SMel our 54, Eau Galle 45
cs, C Mo.ays 8 Auburndale S NHab.l CMy 71
Ta yor 40. MU. 4 aradmntOd m Winter Hnavi 57
Tailrtkr haehr.d5r( 4 New SBay,. BReach M. Florida Mmi.
LAbutaer aILcl.sve41tear, Academy X
HCaJh a.K"g.o 5 Whiter, Park 60., Orlndo Edgewater S2
arMn 4 Fot Wal Line Hlls Toma.n
UN.ES IN. c Iry r Flrida Central sM owashat. "e la
aa m If, aamjg. p.rAX. YMN Dora Bible.School 37. Month
Vo nrap
DVou Ma d McGasaruine Oitn.do Oak Ridge 60. SaMord 5
Stark SI, L a eada M n4to U0. Melrom 45
FhlrAs Ag AMassa Da1 Da OraildO Boe..4 77. Orlando Colonial5 a
Cuan $1. r mt. laSOaft y2' 7 0 37. Tltusvllle 47
Lob Wd i77. Pmea CeCou ny Apka 4. Wainter Gai Lakew 34
LSr" mn35D4 0 rfns EL.o a "6. luarp More 54
PSar. a M a mahM C Coth. c l brtwg Boe. CheU 14, Tarpn
tAs We 47. dC.W 41 CM"iemr1 anS. Mbr5tf! Dii
L D O o. s. (AP- 4 n S 7 it. Petlrblr Bliholp Bar
Oth U. moas St t. Petersbug Northiat Large 54
_______________ ------ St. Petenburg HiM h 97. S.m.ut. 4U
St. PetersburI Admiral Farrafut b,
T amp srnater M
Badgers W inl'',vo
Win Istlife1eM Arcadia S
BuCXUCI WTA Brokorille Hnido 15. Now Port
P alM .e a. Ba.y
W1s y Mhil i ki M Itarpy 72. Charlotte.70
Over Purdue.I aasol Cardial Moo
Ju IMiep IMr J.ax JBieM "a
MADISW, W. (AP) Don P's" E Js.Wt S S
in At bM 71. J.Baom b plunge
Heardmt a reserve goard, u LM sa.a.n~ Jason
Burn ma o jump ateir .J"a P 1t ., JaM LIMN a41
adab bunl wath m5 ande re- U Awr rm- L, ( 31,
TSO. I. ....L 3a a 0. P a... c

: den 6shPaot pmaLt ive Oak it
tmecLeon 0bs Ws. as.a usCit
WithD aytecod n ,Bmb DLd 41
awy Jack a 4y ot4 ve ,. St., AgutC. a ,.AL J..a'
Paladon Soe4, Lv Oa
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-n a piti a leaks 31 022
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jawp pa Mam -ly North


Mar N the oper wile afteroo and evening sessions.
Cifellbd M sga t kBrm. At 1:3 p.m., Trenton, No. 2
M at 8 m needed, meets the Chieland -
OR WMedariy at WliIo Branford winner. At 3 p. m.,
asts G(reeave whie Je- Lake Buler, No. 1, plays the
bp p-ys Newbe y at 8:3. North Marion Mayo victor.
Ib diby thim wC be both At 7 p.m., No. 4 Cross City
takes on the Jennings.Newber-
t- ry winner and at 1:30, No. 3
Jasper goes against the Willis
toGreenvilke victor.


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Pardon My Reach
Lake Btler's Jimmy Themaslts fly a slet galat Gren lle Friday alght.
The Greeavile defer at right is afraid to look. It wentin as the Tien
we. 6541, to -ew up the Norter Division title in the Sewune Cmftmee.
(San phet by Eide Davis).


Lake Butler

Easily Cops

Division Title
LAKE BUTLER Lake But-
kr jumped off to a comfortable
lead ad thea waltaed to a 6-
41 victory over Greenville here
Friday night to claim the
dcamplmhip In te Northern
Division of the Suwame Con-
ference.
The win p d Lake But-
er's enference record to I 1
and its overall mark to 14 7.
The Tlgern finished 11th I the
1 m-teno ference last ea.-

Lake Butler grabbed a 17-10
first quarter lead. epded It
to 4MI at halfthinm d ten
coasted the final half.

dtg Bmly eOm atde jump
shots, d te Tigers with 27
poit Bl Locema back-.
ad hi paler e wa i 17.
Jim Booth paced Greenvi
wi and Don Page had 1L
Li m mn s --Ms. s tI
rtfH c r3ty1 SO 1; DMuke. I.

6 l 5ENwVwLE A1re. la-
Ss auMs2. ?eT; ahth. T-Ms: Ba--.
14 Nagu. -14is Pam 1-141
wm qaOeum:


IT a 6 9-6
S*I 3t -41


Lincoln Wins

14th, 75-36
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Stone Paces

North Marion


VERNESS Robert oem
ripped the nets for 3M points
here Friday night to cany
North Marion to a 5 aO-
mcoer-ene basket vic
over Citrus.
Citrus was led by Mike
Fitzpatrick with 15 points. The
ou left Qts with a pasry
4-16 record.
NOTUfl UMO--I& 4;
Wasd. 1-1-tl Dfl H- PrWe 44.
U; lbsUff. W4; a 54"s. B
war& 0t B4 i 4.I -1444 TC;
TpMa
CmSBs Hb. .1-71 m. Frib
rick. "Xi l va. U& L. laIe-
teW. G44; t a1. 14:; Wakst. 4

Cross ity

Tops Mayo
MAYO Deo* B=ett
pumped III MU lha hire Fit-
day ing to cary Cm tiy
to its th m bahetal viry.,
MI ever subomed Mayo.
Cro City took a M lead
at the ae tet period
and booned it ibteo a 41.

Bobby De ndl y Lad
hacked Bmmtt hi te scoring
dparbe witt asd 3
PotO rpetivy.
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Ferandina
By One Point
STARM Stafe's Tomn&I
does n I out to an early
lead rkynt, but then tad
their a full M they fought*
fF a Mff rdim
Beach tm to cape with a
U14 vi-.
Pacedl Jou l Wiin.ms (17
points) ad Bishop (15
points), (eumed to have
'te gam welunder cobel
with a .45 led ad just 0J1
remaining t con board.
Buta hricai foul was ca
ed on t TorMAWt WEi.m,
Fmd's MiWe Ck bite a
a last iving laybp, ad Ro
Spp the bn and oov
eth of Ut oet for a
scare to for flv fas
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Lead tWe ,way for Ca-
ha "n 'MR nnlgmw
SMik Cook. 16; Ralph
.ci, i4; GMi Mm U, U;
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ie win p e afa s's. n
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Taylor Downs

Medrose, 64


MEiflo E Tayhr gt
in the last two period here
Ftday eight rsd nppell Ul
& Coward paced te win-
nes with x points, and S.
Miles chipped in with 16.
Taylor trailed by two points
at halftime, 5-27, but ouacor-
ed Meose, 13.7, in the third
period to pull ahead. The vie-
r then piled up a 311 adI
vantage in the final quarter
to e the game.
E. J. Beck ad Danny Moody
led the losers with 1 and 14
points, respectively.
TAiYOB-Mya d"M-n; Owlit. 3W
aim 1.r. 14s Ob!l: -14-a.
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White Wins
PALM BAC, Ha. (AP) -
Barbara hay White of Shve
part, La., won te Wanea's
G olf (fumrhi*p of Palm
Beach Saturday In a5 aid 3 vie
cy Both of Hollywood.





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Against Clay

I GRENC OVE sM P. Yon.e came
storamit back in the last quarter here Friday night
bat still fen e-e-piat ar& a 574- losu at the hands
of Clay County's Gree Springs.
ts Blue Wave ofdl---
Green Cove, h a itd Wave with a 14-2 record.
last pod rely. mur cors- s We
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Wave cod comact oa only
d 5 for Ms per eL I
PKY Oah Wllb r BHoSkI
mi b mas "plemed wM the
way be boys cair bact ki the
fourth quarter." Hea deld,
"Cay County hin pwhap theI
bet material in KsyaJlesm
f I."
HodI al pointe u a tha
the PKY cagers got a chance to
get med to the Clay County
gym which wi bethe toor-
nament site later this month.
Oror t umd PKY
Green Cove, boftg fI ve
big, strong playersin the line.
up, outrebounde te Blue Wave
to make the d rence.
The win booSed ay Couaty's
record to 11U-, a dropped P.
K YoOge to .
Green Cove also won the B
game, 3-, to snMap a nine-
game winning streak by the
PKY Bees. The lou lft Comb
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"Uvuythgwe tossedupq
wit In idig t fMaIth aIr.
tr," WMld coach Smmy
M r said after the game. "WeI
fat cmui dl thing wrong
at e ad."
had tt Mw the ory. WI-
listn managed just over Zper-
cet amccrcy from the field
dith fust half, as Com-
pared with a big a percat in
the second ballf.
Bo Grlth Mad Doug Min
led the Willton score wth 1
and 16 points re; iely, and
Bo Bass tallied 11 for Newber-
ry.
Wmain -r fr ome 41: e a-
armt *2-U: WS 1Bob.sh-
hr. -1-; I. Slme.n 144.
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thi time (Cocoa and Orlando Evans).


he md l god. Gainsville, a preseason (av.
Dqism B eh Mainland ifore to nab all the state mar-
00h S bol Gaemlbe l es this year, is now 10-7.
O r. s 4 pa final pe1111 MA1 1 ND RoOst1 5.1-3;
anlahe in Da F a l)louFa t+'.4M ?;TwNS. ,#-I1. Fox. 3-1.
*r --.- -- Is 5 i -lll -7-1t; Smith, 3 o-a; sop
* i record a bri*k 7W M 0"S D.Wdy. W. sn.m &a.
o' o hir University ; Hat% 4-. 11 21-81-.70.
in over their UINVILLE Harlman, 4-3-lN
rival Jao. 1213; Buiket L 3 -04. NutI. 7-7.
vIo that o fhMulfy, how- Ir. si4; WL eh. 6-3; Joe.
we, tht game wu as tiWt *oSl s' bI -:
a a Sceu girdle and, aS cGai 1 1 a 13 h-
a mater of fact, Gainesvile
Senjoying a topole Two Ca
om ota before the da broke. 1WO a V
Mainland, the ighbran
the Miam Heral ollst
umed a full court press to baf-
fle Ganesvilhe int e wanf
ues. Coaed by the Maeenny
maneuver, Gainesville lo
composure and Mainland found ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGS-
the range. Lamy Paulson and Warren
The hosting Buccaneers Buck poured in 20 points apiece
paped in 2 points in less here Friday night to lead Santa
than seven mimnte before the Fe to its 15th basketball vie-
fial gun. Gainesville couldtory of the season, 63-57 over
contribute but 13 to the score-HMaccley.
board during the entire period. Bud Riviere backed up the
Secal Ned Santa Fe leaden with 11.
It was Mainland's second Gary Taylor and Steve Por.
nod over Gainesville this sea.!terfield led the Macclenny
om. In m*lJeap y Im Purple acorers with 14 and 11 points,
Humicas dppqed a .4 respectively.
overtime affair to NHS on the Santa Fe jumped off to a
GainesVille court. .117-7 first period lead and was
But if the ftat win didot never threatened the rest of
cm easy, mier did the one the way. The Rebels took a
Friday evening. he score was 31-20 lead into halftime.
tied or within two points either The two teams scored 17
way a dozen times in the first points each in the third period
half. It was 13-13 at the endland Macclenny picked up five,
of the initial period and 20-8, in the final quarter.
favor of Mainland, at intermis- The win pushed Santa Fe's
sion, record to a sizzling 15-3.
Gainesville started to creep Santa Fe also won the B
ahead in the third, got as mucli game, 47-15, behind the 21.
as four points out front, and point scoring of Sonny Tomp.
settled for a two-point gap kins.
going into the fatal fourth., ISAA rB-p nSu 7- 4; s Io .
Jimmy Roberts, a BUccod', 43-l: Burk. -I10. ho0lwa,
I-1-ii Thrasher. 4W:; Hode, 0-.04;
mainstay, and Frank Wringht, ich. 044; T"], +o. To tal s: 25-
a late blooming junior, sparkedI .ccE Y.- .r., r34
the victory with 24 and 19 m. 3-2-: Butt. 14; Porterfird.
points, r4pecilvely. ; Taior, "; Comb.. 2.4
MorlM 4os 4; W. CouM 2--4 BRey-
e victory was the 13th for SW.IMby4 ua' : t *s
Mainland. They've lost two StaFe1714171 i-0
Macess~y filIT 211-5?

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Little Town


All Enthused


About Billy


S1W, VtL (AP)-lbt i it
town Stio, whe vrymem
si al w ate d ad Sepisa
ides b. d a mtlm smr
dy da getgthglbe Mm ta
m dhtMsownboys,Bf1KhWd
idt writhe emmalailthea
lympic dim ram u I

ligngit t ua tim Grdo wIW
taH dd lo. He started to ski
at hi aep d fIoar, wh MU
fal moved o Sm mMa
NrItaln. He was I bis first
ski rae at 12 ad wo the
Sle Cup hit ye7 .
A Sofo. ut le
presliet of he M Mlasfieii
Co., which operates Stowe's ski


"I am very bppy, very ae-
lied. As far bck as Um I
NOWod theu was potenial in
Blly ad frim to beginning of
the Olympic Gms I was cm
ent By would M ring om a
iedal."
AS-., a$okeu lily was
2s i a biter t anw
ae Stmdet when be was d-
amd from StowI gh School
M M. e has a calalm ladand
s ed app end to sking.


elty ite of Norwic, Vt,
who won the silver medal in the
-MA Olbn e wom* 's slak,
calM Witd acdevi mot "ter.
She added obe always thought
Bity had oe admiawe-"6s
eoleos and leveliednees
h appoachig the whole a en
of racig."
Same Rivals
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
There were many among the
RM fans here who felt Army
quarterback Roie S-ihuh
outplayed Navy quarterback,
emBram tropy wmer Roiger
Statbdc, hi the t ash d of
the service arcadeisa .Navy
won 21-i5.
Bo quarterbacks will be
back ed year,


BIG FACTOR IN PENNANT


Cards' Keane Enthusiastic


By JO Y BANE M disappoint last -o after
MaNir, L. Ls Cartab making run at Los Angeles
SHOUSTON (AP) We were but at the same time we m


I Was Sluggish, Slow,


Says Victorious Archer


NW YORK (AP)-Cml
Joey Aider hope MU-IDl-i
kg Joey GiardeDo was watcd.
is tf ght an telesis FrI
day DWhb when nKely be
agbgtHoley M ..s p-aaupOp
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Archer, a me-time filter who Mims = Ast hold the reMord
mp Ms brother. "He gave for sg split decosm. His
Mm tha boit by Wif Mbg his re ihld bs* 4.
iR e bt to ome of thoright CoB and Jde
hand pd JooyDO 6 each scored it 51
$M" Apb ia rinlo grArcher, the 4-1 -
Tbey were hoping that thevorite. Jge Tony Case
Garden would offer Giardello had i t for Mims. The As.-
S a for a title fht sociatd s seard
leb Gr o r, offered MI We l A p of the
Archer, the N 2 co teder, a ringsi*iwl a $1 edi e
return fight with unraked for MI
'Tias okay wit me," said Miu' 5W0 .
the disappointed ins. "I beat It wu Archer's eighth
Archer even I di't get te straight victory al gh hbe
dedsioL But taet's a o sto wa't very prod of iL is re-
witM l." ourd4 L


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Race Set Next Sunday


DAYWl EWA Cobr nih, aLEM Zaap.
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not di ed with our over-all
sb oing in I.
I sometimes am guilty of
over-ensfiusm but never of
exaggeration and I am looking
forward to bthe coming sa
with aenmuiasm. rm convinced
the Cards wi be a bg factor
in the National Leage pennant
rac. Hardly alone expe..
asto do as well as we did last
year. Im proud of the team
whch won 19 of 0 in one stretch
in September.
We pgave the Dodgers a good
run for it. Walter Alston's team
woe, ultimately, but it took a
great team to beat a a the
WorM Series proved.
wile SMi
We are going into M more
i ho u wat i t& Wi '0
rane although I would ke to
have other righthanded hit
ai'g oaider.
One Mbig reason is ts der
meat d t MUcCarver into e
d the best atchbrs in the big
leaHg Last wring caichf
ms a-doar NC ablBi ang
bn we stid a -"tad mak'
Now he's .MhibeA We a
quire- hn Cr, a rig-4
ed hi catcher Ito bck o p
McCaNr. We bd M ric.
hauid iltcg ihr at dl
AM ew NoM psitiM are
flas. W a fst am
J 'i f a dtIMltGentlGgt
dit ad ta Be at &tW
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bna Wbio Lharttimah

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mos Ray Sad and ow Rog-
or Craig who I think is a ter-
Mi phl, ou ld be qal to
mq in the l megue, espedialy in
dqt. A a imAlW ael
he ootulM fi s omnewht of
a question but the big spot in
cnter fiel ol't be im-
prod upL. Cmt Flod an.
awes a tlb queaom there.
Stan Msial I e pM ad well
mlei him bm wsp. ami
all's iremd, bowen., ges
more of a chase to our
yo er players


Yat, Stuart


Sign Pacts

With Boston
DBTON (AP) Caid YaIr
MM.i who mae the jump
frmn nervus rookie to Ame-
ef Logweadftam*ihlin
One short yais, ad cero
veal shigdMw Start ha e
signed their N o M eD Red
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insMa kmt Wdler
Im Ir Ar (AP)-
1)l 70 hetthit ly?hDoym
m- It at'i aoes."
-, n mm poaletd to the
Mack ad red mreboard where
the tdiop of the Olymple
rslaca bae hd ben posted.
He and Billy K pouded each
other a the back.
Ed wa mood, Heuga thdrd
-a silver ad atrmme l-
the first mdl ever won by
Amerkan male skiers in the
Witer Olympic.
SIn two swift, swirling runsm
down the steep slope of Mt Bir.
*DoeAl t two -year-old
Amn le d h ed Mn tese
Oipics hefrom a series o fru-.
tal dappokbmenti and
Sdis the finest hour of
American skli.
am v r
Joef (Ped) Stlegler, a pho-
toaphPte from Lins, Austria,
won the race by mahf the two
runs, totalinW about a half mile,
in 2 minutes, 11.13 ecds.
Kidd was timed in 2:117 ad
Heaga, who started in the w
u ble Mth poshan a 2:1.ml.-
S2 Lb margin between Uthem
were ni more than a few fet.
!I-"" N


p o France, Ludwig Leitner
of Gnny and Adol s M of
Seamboat Springs, Cok.,
plaed 0h6 in 2:1141L
Fmce's heavily favored
Franco BOMefeull the tist
runm down the ie-dslick course
and abandoed te race. So did
the fourth America, Chuck
Ferries of HunO Mi.
The wining of two slalom
medals touched off a wave of
ntmasm that aexeded to
Sltowe, Vt., Kd's hoas town,
to BoaMer, Colo., where Houg
atteds the Untmsty of Colo.
radio. Heup's lane is Tahoe
City, Calif.
Kidd, harting t M lth me,
'made his first rua in 7.M -.


* *


No Surprise

To the Folks

In Colorado
OUMI Cao (AP) -
The wre cria ad we loid ye
n a th Uvme l U*MCbad
empW Sar word
wu eCaled two America
ters had mwe medah H the
a am hal, osh bam.
dtm Tubeayr, CalIf, E.
ihbd ld bith Ao iadm
pi white EW dS
b.s, Vt, alt seeSo m

O th kme =mw I
,as dams sk Ma

b Ab sp eM trhi
4 I**4 tom "onr
Callnpjl< I b i|a .BIIte


* *


ad, thi p-id the favored
apems by maki the fat-
es send rem and an n. H -
IP, comSoodi with co es
chopped up by r iers, had
tims lf 1 al id 1 Stg-
esr' tu nmn we in 8.a and
1.10.
Grdet dfg
As as he finished his see-
od nm, Kidd Iew hbe was ure
of at ks thrd place. ly
Heug had a good enough first
m to have a chance to beat
him.


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p bad. He started to ski when
he was r years old
ah Pbeen
He first came ibb ponmince
in 1W, when he came to Eu-
rope with an American team
ad finished eighth a the world
championship slalom.
Heuga got an even earlier
start. He was two years old
when be first climbed on skis at
Tahoe City. At his high school,
classes regularly let out on
Wednesday afternoon so the stu-
dent body could go skiing. He


"It feels great," he said. chose the University of Colorado
"Do you know what it because it has a good skipro-
means?" he was asked. gram.
"Ye It's the first medal Heuga was fifth in the 1952
we've ever won. But Jimmy still world championship combined
has a chance to best me." standings and also won the St.
Kidd waied, ipping hot cboc. Morita slalom that year. Heis
at while Hug flashed down 54 and 145 pounds, and smiles
the hill between the orangemore easily than Kidd.
and blue poles and skidded Along with Bill Marolt, also
to a stop belde him. They lis- 20, of Aspen, Colo., they are
tned for the announcement of expected to lead the new wave
his finishing tne. It was good of American skiing, replacing
enough for third the 27-year old Werner, who
7Te medals came in the last probably will retire soon.
rne of the Olympics. Werner hovered around the
'?th is ifIe greatest day for top of world skiing for eight
Amrican skiing," said Bob years but never was able to
Beate, coach of the U.S. Al score a breakthrough.
pine team. "'bese boys are "Now it has come. Well nev-
ou; there will be a lot r have to prove ourselves
me." again," Batie said.
Kidd kIs l andl SOpounds. He "We're not quite there yet,"
is a iet seius boy who Is said Heuga. "We've got a little
inclined to brood when things way to go for that gold medal."


Army Swifties


Boost Hopes


Amedtil PM S Wrder
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R* -l b l we coach
of the yew in I wh he
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I at theory.
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who eualed Olympic chae.
pion marks and a one-time Ma-
rine have given a new boost to
blooming Amerian Olympic
hopes.
Army aied man Boy Hidc
and Mel Pender, escaping at
least briefly from the idow
of Hayes Joan and Bob Hayes,
flawed to meet recordquallog
victoria in the Padelphia In.
quirer Games Friday and La
Sae's Jon Ueiles soared
again into the Moot raus.
Uelm, who became the first
man ever to pole v t fee
when hbe was competing for the
Quantico eariam, set a meet
record of I 11 ina something f
a perimoal comebk before a
sellout Cove n eal nWd f

It asu e first valding at
tempt since be suered
minor mase tear wle com
pting hi TW o two weeks
ao. At the time, there was
nation how lg he might
be not.
Ude floated waer 11 a
his fr try Ad, aws it va.
laMn's Roladmo Cr, ordered
the bar Mlied to an Ameri
atoor re l cord.1.
OCs, wh dearedl *1 ah
second try and took second
heA iu w as amr, miassmed
bthes at the lb ened beigt
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fir tes v s a thd t eght,
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Necauaer, o.8weMtheut of the Week lr the Sm th wek. (Sm phoo by
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damit am on a fuc -w a mifor lWWaW
The lppwg" was aieI bLS.J. 1iccar d i tcew
ta s t comimthai Je Via, on of te mn I blis B
iN oriM of MI dy, wfte if Be New Yot al M
* Juse S, Ml1 What hes i extra mwinme mii b up-
indI daly im d s a year aifr DeW bad msacned
i Kmsversimm, so to beme prt what W w
be a pothanEs bok, flrSt t print a ports hibstrated al
sn srt 4 yema iter taIIde aoiftlery eatTdedio.ld NIteM
necesarily foow that th passage the my lae waped
the regard for the trial. He may am b alale
roue but he was a reM amteless.
Schemer, Connmier
Kearm was a ad r and oeWrAt. Hii adrf m ia-
chinato over the years wwe eer hindered by sm ws. He
lm nome. He boi i h ba d dmin t "
fight while bandg Ig teI hads o ft e D Msao qk.
Instead oftalcut podor, he med player of pri- Aw" in
naked lat r with w iater. Wibm the oo bardened, the fit
were lke eoomcrete. Or the Dec aid.
Skepics raised eyrows at incU yamr a then mos
aterprisag skeptics of all were MEalie journalists. They
foDowed the Kear pcedure exacty as te Doc described
. The plaster cmbled and was orthess.
Yet thie was ione capable fact about the ft some-
thing which has awed and pd historians thruaout the
am WllaI rdw a trlaa ou IMa, It ald a half faet tal
mad more than Ul pounds. He alo was the ddlef cm-
pion a 5o4 favw Deaspey was m pouds do led
steelisrinpg.
Dempsey bobbed ad waved h the pleminary maneresr
log. Tein he stk. His let book exploded o Wilrd's
chd boe. It may have been the most damaging pnch ever
delml. It slterd tl dAchesk lae 13 pia s.
Ferocious Battering
Seve thesin s e rst round the q was Mfeed by the
ferocious battering the youtul superman who was destroy-
ing him. CooSioa over the sounding the bell eliminated
what bad oriially seemed to bea frstedl knockout So the
armMary Dempsey had to wait unl the third before he was
ate to dclai his & mn*p
Now thatthettut ioastmMullyodsi IsIodipt int
bring gIb the Joe VUh cohi Sef the Pace. tf Ihe ad
to diiN the mastilest part of s slory iwith only a casual
idomFce In the thal paerraph It wai ely become it didStb
appear particularly a in hat o f soadgery ad
Instead, Vacol aettd m M hre rather toh the
pit in at erview with Jnnoy Deforest, Dempef's trainer
aid lsechnid d i n t fiht with l Hieys dimm d
the lkeud of a bout between the Manassa Malers and
George Carpenatier France.
Defot saw not the slightest chance of the Frencman
beating a t ger i Dempney pradI eed a qup k&itoddt
wl oit eeo ns. He ws t too wur. Jack teok i eay
before flattening Carpentler i to fourt. Th hen tratier
wheeled abruptly into a Sade.s of die dadtar at TledA
a year belere. Here's os way VY l hb itd in s finl two
paragraph s:
Followed Instructions
*Dopae followed my Intaieslo to St b ieer," said
Dnrst "I had told in tat after lait six Its bto e
Srig loome for WH~ard'I heart tbe Imt to e Jack dro
to r4e9 house it was al over. wiats huart wa bsnke ad
Ih Ona't wibtad a OtaiSaU s K terrific body
plchaIL Duapsey's left did eat a ention but his rigt rely
sedwthei.sa
'ihn I hled Kid McCoy I med to Ibaan e MS haM s
wiacertainkatdloidseaeltape.sAAssmaMaNcCoy dw
a dh glIves, te tape hbardWi d andu a raa h m Ms e
to atd mmuda pu mt I wa Deappt's haswi wl
s ime kind o bandages, w Wird gelaI lt. The Sry
Stat Dnamp w aembm pai adrl hisaumklesis a e.
t p hadBe blame admi, mi dmnat, a at was
he at WUs face to eliesbm."
The aitma nIfa is-r o t a bhm
Si e d bea r ma f.- a. wes-
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tmed 1m 011 a dmra slary wt ls patOr a
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I sft i bsit a hbe A sG w- e in n)ia lpmu h g .tV Kankoams s mFinland.
yde1 doilGling clGas tlrek Sb s iad paremmld hik. Mlitw inner of the mter jump at
Mfem og. e o lte himia tae ralierhook a adMd a Seedd last week, made the
begs -amofd h1116wit bbra"mo b mtblh adReimW ostspectaculr eap Saturday
pid s. P mW B e W pmdb. L&63(aa01 dl wi9hr. Cg off aSi jumped from 15 a-
m aMflgkzMuatiUb h er 1 tnkeha) a d. i fohit le bsf to wed l does prepared for the -meter
b aol d ltte.A Misalenmow tear Sa.k mr y h6 e y"a 3 ekh m1pYeec"al Jump, climax of the
is at 3 .ateL R.i.k 6i ow ra 0d 0Nta m those ba 12 MP on d er Winter Olympic Games.
day 0: 1eda ((416hift rPabominP d ola hee be stMA I1 1d1 U- rOW T Knakomen jumped 33 feet
b e me Joit h Ed m a N&h. 3yw MNe, loba tien ma s&h. but fel after landing. He suf-
Gfbrny de i To upk bhma Wiilcr t pat emea, eMndesd b m bt ThbSpa l bima wasu t by L McLkmel fered a light brudio his left
ab htahmistfta C eafg t.- f m etes met hBdd lofri a wJar. I dCamsvbl hi WatmndmPn. It wasutak a hand anddecdded not to risk in.
WOWL Cm Wadi* is air pdeer- a yI- wwr wit a shyter. (Ptle. mrteay of the TItl e Bo) jury a more practice jumps.
D WlUn to slas a a ylirt. _______________________ "I prefer to do some cali.
Sipenal-l. Goi &H I aMllaller r*e thenics and get in full shape for
Serif DEn'ai ua's wil eToI Go tae a-WLin p Shntik!l in tomorrow he said.
4wifht in f M IartP o thee MI) NXLw- 5 Awalle1- A Fi5- shi UPj V Amilean jumpers did not
!t"- qieram a d s SllBemW sAkm to g i aochaketallsmant take part in Salurdays practice
a" thes" -le sao mt e a- lm. FPld trals agnas0 j A team spokesman said
IN 194 NFL SEASON lept Pst owo.'s Get
Dieter Bokeloh of Germany
By iE AOCU1D PREB ean Division lead over Chan- made the second best jump,
amat athetoLead Bears Again % f .sM randaeg
flalas to Lead Bears A gain enoi-ftP.. e uls :- buch and tared 7poa, n ,I of Noray, bro medalist at
aup khi aeuils lab b the rust 5&Nalles' pro Sedeld, jumped n feet. Hel.
a, 4SA I "An for* S.dency-b, helped tha tib tiC take a mut Recknagel of Germany,
By MAm a ABn "Ai for the In eaon I am la for" an aal teweeb AI es uI be a hthti. halftime advantage ol. medalist in the 190 Olym.
amn Wrle dlclJng muhif for hare vacation Weeiay IP Wl M ad la Sam Jones pitched in points pls at Squaw Valley, Calif., had
eak dels wc ba iS, Ars. Papa take pla S ol s a Bosto while Joby Egn a jump of feet. Josef Przy.
So(AP%-o i. ime. We dn't einpct to wi a 1kg mils n ~~ll wit A i it fil ll t had U a career high, for the byla of Poland, holder of the
~birtkyqiLatS^f bimbs ge1 a gmdi- be brel m attelA DOS K PIickW. kergisl Hill r eord of 313 feet,
turd hor al et hao o l p,^ n 1 t a bPhmwlihppedte could do better tham M feet
doel ww couMb lad Ci tInkh la&A But we vame S4m d. n try not to Wok LRkr 1o-1S. 3 -ebeds
a B.agoamiu. i tchafce. My thoughtshb o oohsi forto Wr t f et, that W hW WOI=SloStI1 LUa 1nmried33imre ds, ty TitleBout?
abot what I can ontriDeo to 1 d Bt tr M lF have a the hiat t oga hr m ls log his own cull record, in Cin.
His tme~t to o The A. I 4 tan, whether we win hard ie tryi to e. After Angeles, whlch dropped to a clti's victory. He also scored TOKYO (AP) -The Orient
sociat en ded grow ing e or U" abut thWe dal~ e itb l i laeS kwith L M points and he d Robertson Federation asked the
r theN Fo nvope me d rt ergames, W lead the offensive a Oscar WorldBoxing Asociation Satur-
bal ispL ami bow king notel a new anide an d sparked BoRtO to a lublS tr tallied 43 po. day to recognize the Feb. 15
rTh year will be Balas' sh while Fr n beod. amp over N oYork i IThe Luaihes ci- bout between Lightweight
oetayi&VOf i*maMEL in prolteassi fooi and 3S "That's I y -I -* 1atl* *"m ThM*nation omrihald Philaidhia Gampion Carlos Orti of New
S peniistd that hte aU d tch o te Bean. get to sleep thing about l114 behind the orgof which led M early h third York and Philippine challenger
Beara wMou fld Halaa ad his wife, MII w ill footall r." oberto a nd the rebounda.rter. Greer soared 25 Fl Elorde as a world cham-
In& of Jerry LemA ponts for the ars. plonship fight.
cAgbekhwewathmsnat -heiWad B-st
holtdhi care itm KNOCKON WOOD A o chat bI
= 7heL champuin *i wrong with ts play. Arny West
by aw isn't in the amp. e hasn't ANTED! |
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ic .k > e.m dU AJBC The Lak adnDt forl MEN WOMEN I
Ssse d tI w tim. near ly four min a whileth from ages 18 to 52. Prepare so me cases only one out of ive
atd Bowlers, PMstbulan led. E now for U. S. Civil Service job o ss.
9 r ~Baylor tallied 24 points in the openings in this area during Uncoln Servie helpshnd
Balas reached the Wet's tri- first half, bat the Lakers trailed the nxtz 12 months. preP for se tats evi*
fo the East in the AI 57 at the half. I v poitin.o*n myer.It is one ofthe largest
m oph te t la t A. Awa. ti Goemnmt position pay B sand oldest privately owned
Of ProBowl lask mnth ad Baylor wared points m a. high a446.00 a month to schools of its kind and is not
=w ap UKtheagamieaBlby B aley Howell had 30 and Ray start. connected with the Govem.
lI Y JACK HAIS Scott X for Detroit I ment.
Y JACK HAr ton bld Itsm They provide much greaterFor FREE Information on Go
He T i L e curity than private employ- vemment lobs, including list
Coach he Year. Other a If anyone enjoys their bowling game anymore tian met and excellent opportunity of positions and olaries, fill
hIsls hcluld being named uthe fine grOUp of Alf bowlers at Pslane oJudnano Many poslw coupon and mail at once
iled be thef group of howlers at Pan l es La Juniors ton require little or specIl. TOAY. You will also get
S the by 1hse Chlicag Saturday morning, congratulations to your wonder. ied education or experience. full details on how you con |
Pl : ful attitude. Here are some of the AJBC bowlers and Down Orlando But to O of the jobs, prepare yourself for these
their awards. you must pass a test. The tests.
"I de isey win stay as0 Mn. Charlotte McEElain., Ganesville beat Orlando comeetitin is keen and In Don't delay ACT NOWI i
J* as :oa" s iienart ait liretor at bntals wbml ill be tlld in the Eastse d U in a Boys' b LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. I
p6albly d afm th a P 1ain, Laths Wash Ofthe boys and girls vis ion of state Travel mpu Junior pneahkab, IiNk
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In te a two yeHas H oyalPoulryBum $laedat lea sttwoteambinte Orlando won the term edis *......... e........ i
hls ben rad wit a new L s 41d to be 1 team n af f s obert Pcked ly .......................... e ........
di kie I.to t ead No h w region Wewuldwaiue13foMe hlft N Again 111111111EN
staff maled fr the ei old arnd er aad tey
Bear. L eaon the team la d me their thidl year of beftagmk ids o7ed through VM
the NFL I virtually evey d. pamOored by the Royfal Poolryw it to bwad t ..
feake de artet C.. t eu I
1 *An this is a new experienon ee bowlrt roil a three- Ciedor Preital Julr *S4er.
Wi a eIS to me," said pgne Msia an pdsttlPe iSpe, qaes to i are
Halae.;N w thatweban or matl play with others mi in co,.ched by Mrs. Dors
defense M d wfWteacnuiad temianm uad the Sate. 711b Is 1
ar t- our f eght teem league wth ames.loeage bha p
Sfor bowlers m a team. gh sia amkes ad h a ve
< teen national ligh i core en abo wawrded 1 AJBC high
Steeler, w eve been won by bowl onawart
ha eaesfeNv. igh inrsenior bos
m No d s-a hSilsd t s n s ,S I r I .
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lh amk0-ap fr ftboys l lkr rb iWmaMis us
Rms beat Brow1n 31- a i Behd with a L6. Ka Ogame skir0gkbirlarar
Stderisenwed C &lW t9 MinlMicwoiho a 141 a flgh IT a sd A ie lIe hbse
Jaw rLaw e piq playFrtira erathefgis. H hi serieUMad wiRlligh 111 1. 0 Les olor
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waui polatoDavirnd Nauh had Kau McEIwa la Iaade tthe figh at sealor gklb eddle
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Counsy Property Sales

UIi_ n *lf I W b lot 13u01 andMX ltyi f n 3ad k, Towsm
adl 4 mwsrm w h Id1thi1 C. A& W8a1 n lM ip I, soth, me 2a, ent, $L.
OMW h 11kT4 tshe ee toNAlsebts, M.
d M Orr&Co J. Yag Arsh HI aoes, o Ic., a
x116 t ae g to DYal "U&dllan d ad VrgiR R A. Aldridge to Chr
"i ndo indota wS. s e let 41 of Woodlandtlest &if propertyinSection
fat 4 Tnrae, 41^. Townap 7, south, range ,
aI k sidM s sm Lbo bm ale, Inc. to wiMleat,' 5A,
-1 M lmi to ubSt@ G. lie Clyde wmilm ad Bay Norwood W. Hope and Jayae
900 -a My G. Bellia. Wan let 14 d Li ook Be. F. Hope to "H" Inc., lota of
w. 1, l1rir a Seedt. talKstal. Madion Park Subdlivko, P.*
Tmoo** k Ba X3 1,O Coy T ohem and Heldm B, a
CM Dmrt a COn 7oms to Richard Lee Pa&er-.
Man At to W D. T. amrvy mmad Ca nb C. Patteraom, O rkha KInc. to HaIy L
1at11ft* L h rwy,MlSIoflot12aofLiUbbhlgiehttae Cn sleAnd JoUnne .m Clem.
S1b1s61b, $1. M. M. Bry nd Mabel W. t tHigh nd Court
V Cams ad Daie eryat to Bre C. Bmman and Mum, uni No. 4,oo.
B. Cml o A. C. ar aM Idl Boewmi a, Hardwood Martha S. Duke to Raymond
Cudl W. ters, pfopety PaFn, iS I. Matthews, property in -tion
helA 1, Th Tlhi N111, John D.MdMilh Jr.toC. J.14, Towhip 10, south, Range
I rAt, ,6O Cruce and acey G. CraQu, eute, ,000.
J itw L Gu d Mi ppertp Ib Sedim It mf H. L Brow amd Nom B
GM.bLAC., teMrandCmlU d ps, =ar 5 ir $gBrower, P. T. Diz Arnold and
W. TM piperty h C. A. M. Susan H. Arnold and Frederick
"Mlm dOa 0 to6 AlhS, CarlMon Del en ad Marjo- B. Arnol and Marie Arnold to
SderDeLoeh ad W.E.Dde hJohnO. Loeffelbo, lot 4 of
0dnut Cdbom ad Priaa d l d DLoMach t o Ao Holly Forest Subdivisib 13,.
Ca- 6 MNisy Dealm otrprm bIc., Lot, 1 ,t4 of 5i.
1 .1Mi Dim, Plprty bA 4 tof F E. WlMust Has K. GoukLW and Minam
63 him t A Tos1mtpl, addatidmon to Albtis, flAW5. B. Gouck, Lot a of Sheom
MP El Bur-ton W. Ame ad Wse owoo, IM.
S NK Cone and ALa& B. DO Ames 10 W1b111 NS21 HFsbert L Stengel and Mih
SW uiMaryLR Parris lad d6hsSf ad Joan SBlee Me0- dred H. Stiagel to Frederick
M. M Parrh to WN, Inc., dbell lot 1 of Maple Hll, $C,- Canon Nimberu ad Elbert J.
prgs I S action i i T.S1ip M Hoover, property in Section 14
1u, M1, rB PI eanit, ,LW. Jam D. V. Kma and Jutth Townhip 10, muth, Range 19,
I EdIardI Inc., to Jane Annm K se to WnRam H. Toy east, $,t.
SBap ad Katherin lor ad Viin H. Taylor, lot Ocar W. Griffl and Emily
Am Ubh, t d OCarol E-d Hm Court No. 5, K1S,. F. Grfitn to E. L Purvi and
111l, $15,1R Haf&, er and IUabeIe Fr ncholyn F. Purv, proper.
NHU Ewrds nc., to Rlh- Bfflr to JulaM N. Murray ty In Secton 3, Township 1.
i, d WaeyMNooro m andnwe and Mary S. Murray, 102 south, Range 23, east, 5W.
M1 ge, lot 0 of Card & Meadows Sbdivision of Block Rupert Jordan and Abna Jer*.
ils, Oa,m. 14 df Bailey's Addition to dan to James A. Venable and
H 2h Edward1 Inc. to Frank Gamvile, 11,5. Ntla A. Venable, property in
Jao, lot 54 o d Carl Estaes, Pauline Earle Collins to Section 16, Township 10, south,
utfa, $14,1N. Charles Shore Humphries, Range 18, east, S,000.
rCarly Huffman to Frd property In Sections and 34, Lester C. Hodge Sr. and Anne
fk I BsI ad Estea V. Bx, Township sMouth Range 22, G. Hodge to William H. Faul
opery l Mekroe, $13,180. eat, 10. and Plr'-lJ .T. Faulk. lot of
oby M a Fbon Copeland to Cris Shore Humphries to block 2 of Winston's replat, $16,.
A. J. lam and Thema J. Pane Earle Collins, proper- 0.


en


Annou cing!

Gladys Haskell Weaver

Formerly Associated With The
M. M. PARRISH AGENCY
Is Now Aseoci te With
THE TOM DOISON AGENCY
REALTOR INSUROR
290 N.W. 13th 9. fPh. 372-1473


VOTE


FOR A GREATER GAINESVILLE

On Tusdw, Febmry 1It, thm rslltotd property owners of the City
of Gmeosi we il have opportunity to vote on whether or met the City
CamIeMemi il e pe mie to eil up to $6,000,000 in Gmarl Oblige.
tim leds f or peoposd caphtol improvmu considered necasery,
ofter w-yeI- s, f d* ofelGasJille's a nds.


The L.P Gas Dealers of Gainesville-..

semlde tie head lIm of iAl mporoce to our city, nd herly urg
de ls p tohe polls a veW s ew it successful pu ge.


VOTE


YES


ON THE BOND ISSUE

TUIDAY, FEBRUARY 11th


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Weekday



Nursery School

Seventy pre.hldsarteners clamour Into the Edumtcaoul qiUM r of
the First Prl bytran Church each Moday, Wedaesday and Friday morn-
lab to batted the Weekday Nursery Schoo These 70 youngster, repe-
mtinj 11 city church including Catholic and Jewish faiths, find an in-
.rmal sabcpq e of sharing, affect, and companionship in their aup-
eised play hel, which is liemnt-r the Alachus Chid CaoCnter
Board. Weekday Nursery School w s'anized in the fal of 190 a a
e-opramtve basi with the moths of the children attending taking
tan upervin i.
A propoml to tablish the chedol was sufestpd to the; Christian Edu-
ation Camittee d the Church by Rw. Lacy Harwell, Pr., byterian mi-
ater for Unim ty Students, now Philadelphia. He fAt that one o
the gnatit D ud i the community was a school for yo ungte among
the faDie.f of stu ent with low income and limited houMng. The school
was a up by committee consisting Othe late Mi EstAer Oe di,
rectorS religion education; Carter Osterbind, and Mrs. Frederik
mmn ad five wives from the UFP Schuht Village.


Mrs. Fred Sirk a mombl oftheteehing staff d the Weekday Nmery Sted at the First Presbyterisa
Chrh, reads to her da. He 18 three-year a ppb affeetiodtly can her "Mi rmaie."


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4 .fre~~humt break.


Mrs. Cear Caiul bBs Alee Crry, left, ad Gla Capend ad
right, witk a mStf problem. She is "Mi Carol" to her class of 116
y-oam.


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cation is prsmmned in the
classuor although Mn.
Hartman and the taf be.
lile that the children will
pfow up associating
warmth, loe, and pp
mss wth the chrchb be.
came of their earty men-
ories of the Weekdy Nunr
cry School.
Dr. U. S. Gordonee, pator,
eom ibsy e p t i to ten
dh dimIa story. Ofte
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SCo-operatie Husband Makes Career


om am t uwizm
lf wlue ay* hgapd-
aljib bsnet asO M mI.
.N o MC, I ai to Dr.
FrUe 0. ear Ue VA
5.od aD qAhifla
"E u wmm o6 ky1
k.- y V- -W t tbo pbd
ihe aid, "Wbt the p e
.. relnironemt is to me a map.
e .ir bhub d d
App*erly Dr. Keey hb
SBoth inhe adbhsublA
Dr. F. EBi Kebey m al
cal ieatns whom "pedl
baet isb prmmalbi.
Frances has bu b h Ate
Bun S ofMedl e f the F
SlaemMmandhusheied bJIB-
-WptA" dirug brnmh am
Elm a ecal aghte6t t
the U. S. Sureo Garnei, is
priipy cocerned with hw
d6a mepowdal Ni a
'he Kelseys, paros d to
teeaed daughter, have oa
hined a ucoerful y e
wit a profeional pa
They ar co-uthorsn of a b
Ic text, "Emnotial of Phumr
ecology "
ThIe other two mbes a6 th
family are Suan, I, and Chria-
time, 14.


*
Dr. Frances Kelsey was i
-Gainesville last week to attend
a pioneer workshop on temtol.
sgy-the study of birth defects
S--She was one of 7 of the a-
t lion's outstanding scientists
S-who met in the classrooms and
- laboratories of the U rity of
Florida's College of Medicine to
exchange information on how
-to test drugs so that they are
S safe for use by expectant to.
.-thers.
Frances Kelny p-ied bar
national recognition for her role
-in preventing the sale of thanE
- A&doide in &e United states.
- ldomide s the drug show
=. to have caused dramatic de-
S- lcts in babies bora to Bropef


Dr.rtma


an mothers.
She received a Gold Medal
for Distinguished Federal Serv-
ice from the late Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy n Aug-
at. 1m.
She credits her husband for a
good deal of her success.
"I suppose you might call it
a switch," bse said, "but my
husband put me through
school."
Actually, it was not quite
that simple.
a *
The Canadian-born Frances
Oldham took her bachelor and
ester's d m at McGill Un.
hesity, tMral, buit it was at
the University of Cicapo that
she met her husband-tobe.


Bridge Club


By JOHN E. CRAPS
Forty-four players participat
S ed inthe Wednesday evening
tournament of the Gainesville
Bridge Club at the Holiday
Inn. Average sco for I ll
pairs was 1i
Ronald Beaet and the
.-. writer ca lwed lat place
- among the Nor uth pairs
-- with 1450%. lan Gili ad L.
S H. Robbins took secod with
- 137, Mrs. Jules Wetekam, and
'Z J. H. Vidal were third with
119%, and E. Philips andf
P. D. Goldhagen wer fourth
with 117%.
Mrs. F. J. Hoeier and
Mrs. E. C. Kirkland won top
honors East-West with I, fol-
lowed by Mr. and Mrs. N.
Livingston with 111%, Mrs. K.
IL Kent and Van A. May with
114%, and Mrs. H. D. Putnam
and Miss Bernce Bre with
114.
The annual dub champple--
-ships for men's pars and W-
men's pairs will be conducted
at 7:30 tomorrow evening at
the Recreation Center.
The quarter business meet-
bing is scheduled for 7:I p. m.
Wednesday evening, followed by
the monthly master point game
for that day.


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By RALPH H. BmODGE T
The fractional master point
game of the University City
Bride Cub attracted 3 bridge
players to the University Facul-
ty Club Monday evening. The
average on was 72 for
Northouth ad 1 for East-
West.
Mrs Garrard and Phil
a first place In
the Nortouh directio with
a scon of match points. Dr.
C. W. Banks a ld L WIiams
wee aoend with 77%, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. I. Andersm wer
thirty with 13%.
I Hry C. Boadata and
Ci Laders outran t m other
East-West pairs with a score
at I% match pots. Second
went to Mrs. R. Putma and
Dr. A. S. Rae with 1, and
third to Mrs. R. C. LUnlquist
and Harry Warel with
1%.
Th-four m competed
in the Wedheday evming
game at Weed Hal. he aver-
Carol Rappert and Mrs. Virghl
age score was 1k% for North-


e 0. Kleyb
He was Mbioemi teach.
ing pham*cology while she
was a research aistam t in
the department, recently hav-
Ing completed work a her Ph.
D. the fit doctorate n
pharmacology conferred by the
university.
"After we were marrmd,"
she saUld, we teaed to see
which oe up ww a ody to
beewome aKM. D. 'a the ae
wh wau l m N he pt -e
thregk shoel."
Her latest alignment with
the FDA ii to admlnster the
new regulation which have
ben -very -ge ed
the thadiide scandal of
mo than er apg


Notes
South and :4 for East-West
Mr. aund)Mr James R. An-
dersn the happy winners
in the Nrt'South direction
with a co1 e of 1% match
points. Haty C. Boardmand
the writerwere second with
N10, Dr. Ci W. Banks and &
L. Williap were third with
106%, and Mrs. M. Herg and
D. R. F erwere fourth
with .
The Easl.Wut laurels went
to Mrs. RIW. Jones and Mrs.
0. Thurllnanm with a score of
t ul polets. Dr. R
I Johnson .and A. S. Rao took
second wMid lf%, Mrs. Edith
Hecht ad Mrs Harry A. Wr-
2l1 were t with and Miss
la Windsot were fourth with
i I
he club wiB meet tnor*
rowat 1: p.m. at theUnl
versity Falty Club, Newber-
ry Road, spd on Welesday at
th e same our at Weed alil,
17 NW It Terrace.
All inters bridge players
are invited to attend and coma.
pete in te games.


II


b- h-W or shesity
-ft r d o m ty
S he w bDA.
Wy work h em br. I l
IMaUt Ilt is pod a hm
-- miL L If hay a or
.wimc I d d (peilhal
o* dwir rmle Mde),
so ru flhW a la We -
bmiAbb It" ft WM*.
Men M a a r i ath
umto ad 6 imp
a = dout 4aw
S bimpdld to -lL
op 68o dlehpmt d ae
bth b equally
iln to trihe d lpo
NM p.e himb ad
ad aw d sbw feel
"r7M drug m-rf rod
uaroly at the a do
iveary mnw h and v-
ienm sdtii bl feet, it
was a gri frkm th Plainr
maclo Mdtammwr' AsM-
dadSm tnt made be UmIv
y of dhrMa wrabhop pool.
Ue.
"tie -m saltias am
ch ug bmatdne oth po.
tetial diet o ham.n rpo-
deorUe d wl deveped
treatm for v'ral dsord
(which ht r from ca.
car to dimsem he h rt),
s better the America pubic
will be safurde"
Her advice to wmen is sim-
pie:
"Dm't take my which
yesr sI M aor may rem-
mad hi eeveltisM war
the beck fenes mt eve if
dhe Sives ym .a- it hew-
de -4lL"
Her advice ot youngsters i
"We Med vn we em
bne bb to h felbl
l phmaoelbgy. Iat year,
uly u plmeihglta weN
grted degree hi te US.
ad mlaa. T e FDA CM
have uid l0 fd IaL"
WM ber toteewomddugb-
ten fOnew sir moae foot.
"Wel, you kmw bho it i
for youngsters wbo pmuar
mre both in prtfeaMal Ie.
There quite reeseL"
One can't blme thee.
rTe Kdli' foblepu wfl
be hard to obw.


en Best Dressed Women To BeNamed wf
T --Mrft at ft r -- -- nt l w ftbW befoub
l'idi WN 0s1, a W I e I a I *ea tM The daimm tikd 1 PW u Ch7at public
a hfeetthekMl m wB be a uhoead at n ehes Oa qWied persons et will beN
f-l f- d b aiald sftha tee. with a owledp the fashion Admission i
wswi V y ftab BaM Jrdgm a now In the pIces wr as aiges. pingtothe
sad PntailSem's, Cb JifB the hieltiskkino off "Fashion Fom hie Heart" is ect fund.


Sta ye6'I show
Sdonemdom will

Sinvited and tici6
available at the door.
s $1 with proceeds
club's special proj


CONGRATUL ONS


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- Calendar


Of Events
TWAY, VInmryS
PI Kap Alpha Fratenrilly,
Aml Mhtem Tea, 4 p.m.,
Chapter B e, UM WMe Un.
lerity Avne.
Sata Fe Reional n ry
Advisory Board, 3 pm., Stark.
Bradford County Public 1.
lawy.
MONDAY, Febrry
American Associatio d Iof .
versty Women, Euedtive
Board Meeting, 7:x pJm., Mrs.
L T. Niad, 41a NE 3 Aw
me.
Gainesville Woman 's Cb,
Art Class, 1:30 am., h C
bouse.
University City Brde Cb
?:3 p.m., Univer it y d fr.
a acty Club.
Gainesville Bridge Cb, 7:30
paL, Recreation Center.
University Women's Clu,
becative Board Meeti, MrL
John F. Baxter, 117 NE 12b
Retd.
Gainesille Woman's Club,
General Meeting and Safety
Program,3 pm. Club e.
Boy Scout Troop Two, Post
4, Supper, I:3 pm., Fellow-
ship Hal, First Methodist
SuAW Service COub, -
prene Forest Woodmn Circle,
T:a p.m., Mrs. Charks B. Cren.
diw, g3 NW 33rd Avenue.
TUESDAY, F&ienymU
Anna Miller Circle of Wts'


Lodge, Meeting and Social
Hour, I p.m., Elks's Lodge.
American Association of Un-
Iversity Women, Luncheon,
Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria.
B'nai Brith Sisterhood, Pro-
gram Meeting, Jewish Com-
munity Center, 3115 NW 14th
Avenue, Dr. and Mrs. Fred T.
Laughon Jr.
Altrusa, Luncheon Meeting,
12:15 p.m., Holiday Inn.
Auxiliary to the M huaci
County Medical Society, 1:3
a.m., Mrs. Josh Davis, 615 NW
2th Street, Mrs. Fred T. Laugh.
on Jr., guest speaker.
Great Books Discussion
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville Pub-
lie Library.
Delta Gamma Alumnae Auo-
ciation Meeting, I p.m., Mrs.
Frank Maturo, 8M4 NW 8th
Place.
Merrysteppers, 8 p.m., City
Recreation Center.
Law Dames, 8 p.m. Universi-
ty Women's Clubhouse.
University City Lonem Chub,
I p.m., Mrs. Robert Murphy,
40 SW 23rd St.
WEDNESDAY, February U
Arts and Sciences Dames, I
p.m., Mrs. Raymond Crist, W
NW 1st Avenue.
Business Administration
Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. James L.
Atheam, 1511 NW 3Mth Street
Mrs. Donna Burns, guest
speaker.
Education Dames, 8 pm.,
Mrs. Robert Stripling, NW
Ilth Road, Mrs. Josephine Mc-
Swine, guest speaker.
Health Related Service
Dames and University College
Dames, I pm., Mrs. Maurice
Boyd, I NW th Place, Mr.
and Mrs, Clyde Bramo, gst
Engineering Wives Cub,
12:3 p.m., University Women's
Clubhouse.
University Symphony Orches-
tra, 8:15 p.m., University Audi.
torium.
Gainesville Bridge Cub, 7:
p.m., Holiday Inn.
Gainesville Woman's Chb,
Crafts Workshop, 1:3 a1m.,
Chapter AF, PEO, I1 a.m.,
Mrs. Joe Jenkins Sr., 3M NW
35th Street.
Journalism and Comuisnims-
tins Dames, 7:31 pa. Mrs.
George Basett, 1714 NW MI
Street.
University cy rid- Cab
7:3 pa, Weed Hal, M1NW IM
Terrace.
University Nemars
Bridge Gnmp Gt Mit, 8
pin.. clubhouse.


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Namy Celt, aI mania
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be a ev mtflFOs r a
bkdal mwer wm im Fa d
tnev .
HoSIm we Mn, A.
Begtr, Ira. um uM
ad m fHy Rauma w
mtertind at l the R ma
home in Loae.
Ts Ird b bai wm I
ma-ed ma dedric-dock ada
amd emp by di h im
e.

Inoun weoe aend era

tdo traho the houa
Amog thue b Itft
the swewre te hoes's
other, Mrs. Roy Cel.a, ad
her p Mthes, Mrs. & D.
Cedo anmd M L J. Deam
Anouer re lh curt.
sy cmp niMg im ClCa
was a diaer pty Im *
light by Mr. ad am Noel
Megacee, who enrtadadl at
their home in AladchL


Netradm Wedlyam
ty, Icol, Neb.


UnwhnlI


Mr. Kely was graded
frm the University of Nebra
ea, ad is pr tly a graduate
sudet Ia political science at
the Unih ity of Florida.
Plans ha bee made for a
December wedding in Lincoln.


Morgan-Musselwhite


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isys fM.9, 4 1964


Bridal.


Parties


Given


ALACHUA Mr. a
Raymond L Ine a
the marriage of their
ter, Miss Eva Lucreti
to Charles Jeffery Spel
Mrs. Roger Garda of
and 0. J. Spel of A
I"i


The double ring cem
look place January M5a
bome of the bride's
with the immediate l
and cldoe friends of th
pie present Rev. All
Young officiated.


ABOUT
Congratulations are being
received by Mr. and Mrs. Ga-
Me D. &L C*bel of Miami
Sprinp a the arrival of a
Capbe, borm Dec. M. The
baby joins a sister, Gerri
Kat-Try who is five, and two
brothers, Gable D. L ..,
four, and Gray A reem .
years old.
The baby's maternal grand
parents are Mr. a Mrs. Al-


Heads


Tri Delts


MM ANN allPLET
Miss Ae Embeth O ly,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L
Chipley, Gainesville, has been
elected preside of Delta Del-
ta Delta sortty at die Upwive
siy Florida. Aria s a j-
ur majoring biology.
Other new T Dedtoffi e In
cde: Mira lobfrta lm
vice presided; Mias Weali
**-* *- ji ---
ideioid, mm IBM m-
ty; Mi. Mari Barber, c
respmling mlenry; N Ia
t kg Ow, rea.r: Mi May
Mea ery, chaplain, mdl
De MSWer, marshal.


Mpamwihiiwoecumnpati |onp
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Owles Jfdy
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N tber the brid w Ire a white .
daug n shaWtbg Her vei of Mh-
Layne, i fell a circlet crown
Sso of of white siaW
Tmp Mo Katbyn Laym of Fort
"P Lauderdas, -i of the bide,
307 was maidofhoBmr.She wu a
at kou IkthA A
parents Roger W Of Taa, Mo-
f ilies of the m a
c Mou. as best man


E. A reception
iwedd ig.


followed the


PEOPLE
lIa 0. BeaerSr. of Galesrvile,
and her paternal graldar-.
ents are Mr aL Mrs. Grady
c iphei qf Cohibia, Tan.

Mrs. iteranb
conval at earwater
Beach foowing a recent
checkup In eletd Dopdail in
Brolyn, N.,Y. Behb will re
main thereait early March
*a a
Mm. J M. MFis od
Melrose r.ndred cently
from Was ington, D. C.,
where she 'spent sever
weeks at *er aparbtmut
there. She was acmpgmed
hobe by he sister s, Mrs.
BMl FMiero Bereas Col-
lege, Ky., apd Mn. Pal .
Waring of Washington, D. C.
While awa, she also vted
her son, LU.Cl. James M.
Murr Jr, dfaDfiyatFort
Campbell, Ky.
*
MiV Mary ile W es
daughter of ir. sd Mis. Br-
brt. W e) f e, has been
awarded high ors for -
ademic work! of the firs term
at Lawrence College, Apple.
ton, *. To e gh hon-
ore, A studI m t atSin a
grade average d .5 with a
a pOt repriaent straight
"A" work t Lawrence.
Mary EUe, a enir this
year, was jradented from
Gaimvle High School. She
spent last: year Spain,
where she styled at the Uni
venity of A&dridu
a,* *
Fbowwitg maajr i at
Sthe Naval Air Stae Hoo*
tal in Jacka ville, M.
WN returned home the lat-
ter partn of tie weet


I~OL Nb. Mr. ad
Mrs. Melr C. Oibme ofd U.
mrMnt d their diMtr,
Mao Isnda Mae Obomoe to
Philip L ely L Jr. o of Dr.
od Mr. Pilp L rEy Sr. of
UMiir, N lb.
no Oimeb a auenior at


FICUS


Confab


Is Set


M s MEBrd C
o, As M Dea ad Mra
helma Ivey, staff Timl,
both o the Florida ltor
CotiUmig Udmay tadho
In Gainele, wl e major
role lb fIt flut Ridt Cm-
fremee at FICUSWOrTeay in
St. Petearnbmrg sTay and
iWeleday.
This Reidet Coferema is
biefg dned by FCUS
b newly naoned ar,
dthe former Mahritme Ba,
UrL Camaa ad Ms bay
ave worked with siate PTA
duhmrMB of mo eemiia
mety, an1 dEab, dem
sdp6PanBd hy Seed&
muat, MaU ad m**
tad imbri dieopg lbs
plas for this PlaeI.
Mrs. Myron Blem of TIa .
, State Prsidet f PTA,
i als p ticilti th

Tbe thgae m bm. te
Is "SaMrty, ervial al Sal-.
ty," with &w asahIrig
aout the m : "How Ian
we lar n tol wik h t shmen.
s of or lple modam mo
yi, with the as. h- fa g
aln Wi Ihs become an
a' 'aewry day f wr


Regnki wll be hdd
T Ialy at I:W am., imed
by ke k m a* -Si
by Dr. INa meS. M iteo
IUnversity Sd Sooth ir dl
Dr. Myrmo Bte, Mtr S*
FMU, wIl aWiECo th ofnW
eampI prIam of the Ate
aelWed emadnsh am


The coldMere wE ai gi
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WEDNESDAY, February 12
Coffee honoring Miss N a ncy
Cellon of LaCrosse, bride-elect
of G e r al d Woltas of Tampa,
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Mrs.
Lannie H. Thompson and Mrs.
Karl Owens, at the former's
home, 10i NE Third Street.
FRIDAY, February 14
Linen Shower complimenting
Miss Nancy Cellon of LaCrosse,
fiancee of Gerald Woitas of
Tampa, 7:3D p.m., Mrs. George
Duke Sr. and her daughters,
Mrs. Luther Erwin, Mrs. Wd-
son 0. Boozer Jr. and Mrs. Don
Jacobs, all of Alachua, at
the Duke home.


MP il G. .Teter

Newberry OES

Officers Listed


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NEWBERRY -Mrs. Gladys patron; Mrs. Helen Rogers, sec-
Sobert and Phil McDilda have retary; W. G. Red, treasurer;
ben elected Worthy Mat ron Mrs. Edna McDilda, conduc-
nd Worthy Patron f the New. tress; Mrs. Katie Holder, asso-
rry Chapter, Order of the ciate conductress, and W. H.
astern Star. Holder, sentineL
Other office elected were Appointive officers will be an,
Irs. Azike Cumbee, associate nounced and all officers will be
atron; C. H. d, associate instaUlled on Feb. 27.


Tim ~mnd Miss ln announced today by the bride-
d Gene Morga, daughter elect's mother.
ofd Mr. Walter M ad the Mr. M 5msehe s emplo
late Mr. Mor to harsed by Pepper Printing
m MMlM m of Mrs. CoMpany.
UlaeMmwte ofTa-a--is A June weddgkptnbed.

Tucker-Schenck


ORMOND BEACH Mr.
ad Mn. Dallas Tcker of Or-
nd Bech annouce the en
gagemmt o their daughter,
Miss Paula G. Taker, to
Jame LIrry Scheck, son of
Mr. ad M. Robert S.
Scheldock d WaLo.
Miss Tucker was rated
Im t n I Sdo
fran a ab ghstoo


where she was
the Juior I
Freh aub a


a member of
hoor Society,
d Anco Caub.


She attended Florida State Uni.


varsity and is now a student at
Daytona Beach Junior College.
Mr. SdM ck was graduated
from Ga ville High School
where he was a member of Be-
ta Hi Y, Spanish Club, and the
track team. He is presently a
student at Florida State Univer-
sity where he is a member of
Theta C Fraternity. He will
graduate in June.
An Augustweddng is pla-
ned at the Ormood Beach Bapt
tilt Church.


Barnum-Fadial


BEAUFST', 8. C. Cap-
tain acress Norman Barnum
S. C., ad Milwukee, ., an
somaee the agapmmet of theirR
d10r', aM J Jar.hStarr
Bamm to Jona ury Fad.
Sa Mr. ad Mr. Fred-
wick Fadil Tampe.

Games Party

Slated For

Friday Night
The Uivershiy S Forid Ag-
riculhal Womra's Cub will
have a games party on Friday
-MnONg at e Unsimty Facul.
ty(ob.
DeMrt wl be mrnd at I
pa. w bidpe ad games to
flaw.
Mrs. C. F. Shepaom s chair.
- ad ML G. T. Edi is e-
e.airma.,
Conmitee dairmen or te
party enal M.W. A. Kries.r
a, dsras ;; Mrs. G. R.
Femai food; Mrs. H. D. Wal-
iee, bridge; M Ralph H.
blus, pmu; Mrs. D. E. Al.
ir, pd;l rn. M LGod-.
wi, m Mut doriaM F. C.
Nul, "Iim.
Umtvom fr the -m g
air Ahdm Ie made by Wed-
ai*y by mtaefS Ms.
stapm or MsW a.


inW VIJa*f


Miss Barom was graduated
frnm Sophie Newcomb College,
New Orleans. She was a Fel-
low of the Mayo Foundation,
Rochester, Mnn., and is now a
graduate student at the Univer.
siy of lida. Miss Baum
is a member of Pi Beta Phi
Sorority.
Mr. Fadlal, a graduate of
Plorida State University, is Pre-
setly a medical student at the
University of Florida. He is a
member Kappa Sigma fra.
The co will be married
in Gainsvie inApril


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"utaIdg members d
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Pat at the f ine of Mn. N
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S hostess wth Mrs.h f t
1i be Mrs. Le F. Mt"etM
Mrs. Wiam F. Moer, aI,
Walter B. Parrh Jr., ad Mi.
Roy E. Tew.
Sutaiung members are
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jewelry, or bmoshoel artid
for the Iague rift Shop.
Junior Women
Plan Thursday
Benefit Bridge
%i Gainesville Junior Weo
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bridge party Thoanday at 1:N
a.m., at the Clibbome, West
University Avenue. Coffee i
be served at I m.
Club members and a
cty bridge play are aitMed
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RP6ervationm shdM be mati
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lan.


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SSuday, Febury 9, 1964


-Heart


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Ball


Annual Heart Fund Ball,
apemed JotIly by Gaieville
Bela Sima P chapteln and
ithe Moo Idge, wl be an
event of latday eveig. The
Lode from t p.m. until 1 a..
Prceed omth dance will
pgdo tm Ald Cmomty Heart

The A*=* win ho
the dance mi tor the ea
et ad T he ghlaniders, a folk
shging due from Gainesvule,
will be featured.
DM Roberte Young d I
P chapter has been appointed
by Oty Comnl Preside rs .
E. W. Price to be the gneroi
chairman for the dance.
Mrs. Young hu appointed the
holowing coummttees: Decora
tdm: chairman, Mrs. Robert
Wteue and Mrs. dodger
Wa Mi Barbara amb
hi, Kw wathrine Rum s,
Mb Roberta Pkbert, Mi Pat
Als, iNb Cd Blakef Miss
Elose Co and MiNs Tb a A
drfer, ai of PM Beta Theta
chapter;
PubMidA y dhulI MrL
Frd Books and Mrt Tn
Bridge Mrs Robert eair
ad Mrs. Earle Petes., &a d
Gmna CM chapter;
Ticket Chrman,
Jan. Al. of Alpha Lmbda,
t Mrs. BertDavis ofXiPhK,
MHl Wynfle Carv of Gas-
am Chi, and Miss Pat ADe of
PM Beta Thet and anrtai
met chairman, Mrs. Toma
Aiwth of Alpha labda
Muter O Cramols for the
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Mrs. J. Hius Mller of
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nb. Cram, pr .t.
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A Personal Profile! New Elegance In Evidence


This b the seN h r-
ek by Mary Vu i embr
of Jac;am Krnemy's f -
lly.
MRS. JOHN F. KENNEDY
inspired a renam In Wash-
gion hospitality and, in her
role of hoiess, was the most
imaginative of all the 31 Frst
*-Ladies to preside over the
:White House.
She was the third youngest of
.this distinguished group, but no,
older woman could ha dep-
-cated the joyous glow which
:er youth and beauty, her dig-
-nity and bright humor shed ov-
-er official entertaining.
For her setting, she rejuven-
atled the White House compete
ely in an unusual sae, par-
Ing away the modern clutter
-and mediocre taste which had
blurred is grace and embelish.
jng the old mansion exquisite.
ly into a permanent, shining re-
cord of our American heritage
She restored the White
.House grounds to smoother
elegance, replanting the fam-
aous Rose Garden, where the
president enjoyed receiving out-
-tize delegations, to its far band.
Jomer IthCentury design She
even pretted the lawn by sub-
stituting a sturdier, more brilli
antly emerald grass.
As aids to entertaining, Mrs.
Xemnedy used, ingeniously, c.
'*ry means at her command.
'o beautify her dinner and an-
3beom tables, she retrieved
4reasures in silver and poree-
jain which had laid in W h te
41ouse storerooms for decades.
SShe enhanced her new decor
with enchanting flowers, tapping
lie services of a friend who
3was expert in composing airy
bouquets of unusual blooms and
)ho passed her skill on to
White Hose florists.
: She created gaiety tugh
-md The scarlet -. caed


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Mrs. Jab F. Keemy


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of v*His, -The Strela
Sir bs," tAead a ta.
bs toward te ad of din-
ner, hbewing sele tunes.


U. S. Mearis rcestra ay. Mrs. Kennedy never hesitated
d In the wde matrase c rr i. to moe he parties outside
dr befwe diners, hUI. wb wea t permitted. One
--spring night she arranged a
fantastic display of fireworks,
which arched giddily over
Washington, to clinax a dinner
honoring the King and Queen
of Afghanistan. On a warm sum.
mer evening she conjured the
WAIH most glamorous of all state
Ita dinners for President Ayub
1 NIW Khan of Pakistan.


MA nawa
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uniforms.
Besides her se for beau-
ty, Mrs. m y's background
and intectual nincation
made it natural for her to sel-
ect artists superlative in every
field to entertain her dis-
tinguished guests. Her invita.
tion to appear at the White
House was not only a treasur-
ed accolade to each artist, but
it demonstrated, as no lesser
means could have done, the ex-
traordinary scope and brilli-
ance of American culture.
Bat the keysae of Mrs.
Kennedy's magle t h was
her ability to trasfe..
seemingly, the m what f
milae Wkibe H e ato-
sphere le that of a private


Her guests were transported has, l m but coe ner private seo oor quar-
by boat for up the Polemc RI tMe., ad her very e. terms, whe cle fim ds were
ver, and on the sloping lawn Like every successful hos.-entertained, Mrs. Kennedy
fronting ML Vernon they werets, she left nothing to chance, sometimes amused herself by
regaled with food and wine tot white House staff, she su- concocting fanciful mems, nam.
which George Washingtonpervsedevery.detail ofheren ing a salad, say, or a dessert,
might have served. Afterwards, tertainents, never relaxing after a friend.)
as the light faded and candles a few moments before Besides the necessary grown.
were lit, they were entertained guests arrived. She gave her up entertainments, Mrs. Kenne-
with a military drill, executed orders, which were invariably day's most rewarding effort was
by soldiers wearing Coloial couched as suggestions in a launching a series ofconcerts
characteristic way, jotting each for children of all ages. The mu-
on a pad, breathlessly, pung- ic was absorbing, but what
ently, almost without pnctua the kids really loved was seeing i
andespite th large, mpe" their hostess. Hundreds wrote
ftion in her curlyaueish hand- her thank-you noes, and among
writ them was one from a e mal
t. t w girl who was so thilled when
It was the all things, pe Mrs. Keedy shook her hand
haps, whichset the Whiteshe vowed she would never
House tone. wads It!
To make her guests instantly But o s greater rma- e
comfortable, really covy,i t o s "M e HFme was we
;coolseamonsshe had every one se he Fea. rW bs ew


of many White House fireplac-
es glowng. (When the firepbc
S were first IIIt, ewry e of
than mnked Ie bry) And
for the first time in Whilte
Home cial history, cow k
a apertifa were served i


CALLING ALL
HOME MAKERS


By M OAKLUY
SHOULD FURNITURE
BE MIXED OR
MATCHED?
Mny ws ago. fumnft
ore featured 6.7 and em 8
piece living S is aU in
te um wood finrA. This
finish tuVny ws her S mqho.-
any, walnut or mIaple. Very
often to fabric and etler On the
Wths pces wo aeI all Id.
onti Al .
- a me the -O we
Bishes aente ole hth
i at4 ig the
se weedi o SIM


As a Mwr i of ct, muny
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difl4ens wood hnihes and

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yeo wuakr why they di the
'!sp they do Dorothy Rick-
S weid t leaflet, "YOU
AND THE OPPOSITE SEX"
will give yoe ne helphi n-
swer. It's FREE! Please
enclse a stamped, self4d
dressed envelope with your
req t Mal o Dethy Rtk.
er ia aren f the GabesvlBe


was pbtled from lake For-e
est Cotgoe, LAke Forest, DL
He bolk his graduate degrees
rom dh Univeuity wci ico.
NI.
Proram charm n lreUrs.
SSiclair Eat, and Mrs. Al-
iert C. Edgar.
Anargeeats for the soei
lior arm being made by Mrs.
Robert L Farin.
Asstit with the hosptHa.
ti will Mrs. Slphen N. __
Nahlbac, Mrs. Cark W. Pe w
iBglion, Mrs. Joh E. Pierson, g pE das,
Mrs. Ardie W. Pot, Mrs. G. Mr
Mrs. Fred Ras
IAMrsf. M
Workshop mM
On Wednesday v. _-
vou and Mrs.
A eraft workshop wmi be
bli for an meu ers Wedne _
day mornhg at 9:3 at the dl
hose. Mrs. Lymn Ten Eyck
wiad to the atrutlr. I
Permanent Christmas decor- W
aions for the chb will be
made withs all material furo-n. He Wet
iheda. Thoe participating wiffl 0* tesd
learn to make Oritdmas doths IN
hamg decorations, and tree c
naments.
Any member may attend C.P. I
and is asked to bring s ors
ad wire cutters.
A second workshop wi be PlaF
held on March 11. 910 N.


For your savings: the best
combination of insured


"Everyone should learn about the
importance of Federal
agency insurance.
First Federal has


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window at the 13th Ste etba m
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retary; Roger Sec&hge, treh
Safety Program, Workshop W--W=* W.= I
S wiltbed*'-, ---p--op, Mil" W0_an Mr.. V. R M rs trial SafdetyD; bmo awtheldlk Mlost athe
"Smet wby die pDrms Of thbcluhom. M of d ane doa W m c. B. 'vid Desagtels; Civic Cbsd de I a like a U I wM
SfwtyfathuiGahmuelaf. Safety mant, .Jo enlCeres,.W.W. oanidb Gat. Wmdm botlh b
lin's Chb hes a pr. ttdtera J U Ms 4T. Drew1 Board members are Clief of i be with. Co ye h *
al meeting Moodv at 3 p.m. at Othr omins members r Mrs. D. S Pol WiniUam D. Joinerw, U. ?"
SJ. am ma ge Mrs. W. L Ed Coly of the Poie D-.
Dr. Hart IS Reviewer Gnon, Mr. Ke BHrtinen, p Sgt. Fnoyd Craw-
Dr. Dona J. Hart wi re. Mrs.T. i MC Jr. fr fd the Uighwy Patrol
view his book, "sines n row Shaw, Mrs. H. J Spme rtm, nt and Dr. Robert Wi .
Dytm* Society," We y MrWKSL Wd and Mrn. am of the j. Hilie MiDer Mie
Dr. Hart s Dean of the Ccl. dicalCenter.
k f Business Ablniit Te AlhTh Clty C*iti. A pe discson on te pur.
Utieiy doFM. He is a Sty Coucil BordWil pe of the Safety CoudB wil
ifuo..itri ad benotduntid. TN are Dr.lbe featured.
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Seaay, tF w 9, 1941


G*am6 is


RELIGION



NC Baptist Slates


Sweetheart Dinner

ee Aual Sweetheart B an o failed barbers hop
qet sponored by the Brother- et
bood of the North Central Bap
tt Church wl be bFid y t e ate wh
a*ht t the Purklane Carter eqird to attend, may be
DinW Rom n. -l up front Brtherhood
Rev. Hiuton Obive, ptr o Presidnt Dick King, Hugh
h- R. n hB t in% h MaIbw Cl TritoIm Gotm


- aI nyF i s-- -- --
gh Springs, will be the fe Browning, David Bla, Hr-
turtd speaker. Incbled in the old Denmark, Wood Weser or
entertainment rm will be Byron Salter.
The Young Woman's Aux.
In $ lary -Sweetheart B et win
Mi ssionary be SaIday ight at the ow-
ard Johson Restaurant, with
T Vthe pastor, Rev. N. B. Lang.
To Viet Nam .*-. Re. N- B.La.
10 l I ford, as speaker. A ngements
are being made by Mrs. D. E.
T S Nkorwoo aid M Frits Hart-
To Speak comslor, and Miss
Bey W er, YWA Presi-
A message on miion worded
hb Viet Nam wi be v First
Alliance OMarch today by the
lev. Jam H. Uvinso, Wo a world Day
missionary in Viet Nam s ice
M3 under The Christian and
Missioary ane Of Prayer'
He will be a principal guest
-" during the annual mis-.
n convey in the Events, et
churh, now holding series
in the libraryof the Howard TheUnitedConcil ofGaine
W. Bishop Jr. High School, MI le Churchwome will hol9
NE Ninth Street He will speak World Day of Prayer vice
at the Sunday adiool devotions at Holy Trinity Episcopa
at 9:45 and the 11 am. and Church Friday for ai dmeoml
7:3 pm. services. nations of the city's churches.
The ULi*gm fally wa Services will be held at 10
assigned to evangelism wor t ina. and 7:3 p m.for adults
the province of Quang Ngl, an with e Invited to a 4:30
area already greatly affected .m. service.
by the Viet Cong guerilla war- Musical numbers wil be prn
fare. sented and an offering take
"We estimate that only 12 for home and foreign miusso
per cent of the population of work with migrants, Indian
nearly M1,010 persons in the and students in 12 colleges i
province have ben contacted foreign countries including A
with the Gospel," Uvingstme ria, India, Pakistan, Japsa
said. Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan
In spite of loss of crops and -
the ravages of war, four new Imagination was given to n
church buildings were built to compensate him for wha
tians in the past two years, be mor to console him for what h
mid. Is.


AntiChurch Upsurge


By REINHOID NS
MOSCOW (AP)-A new ener-
get drive against religion ap
pears to be developing in UN
Soviet Union.
Ever since the 1917 takeover,
the Conmmuists have been ol-
lowing a boom-and-bust poky
coocernng religion. A period of
great antlreigous agitation is
followed by a period of reltve
Inactivity.
The start of a pole boom
Is signaled In lommulst,
pty's ef ideological mL
It circulates m ly m ong te
party's elite the decision
makes.


In a article by party propa
gp da epert, L eaid nie,I
raden of ommnmist are told
that war religion is an "urg-
et ideological task"
"We cannot and do not have
the right," Dyichev writes, "to
wait until surviving elements (of
religion) dippear by t
seles umder the inmie of
ow -mfti mommes.
"ot policy o im fane i
I-I- atd al Ithe i It ku
we muD the e#A Wth adw
cooat amom tOf pe0."


l Sovtaet Unioa hN albt
m a on peo m H
OrmklNd 'mhc r cdats e uil-
lo of these an still its
piriak fol.
Thre are mns of others
wiu pof esf ai to the variet?
of reoigs te persist here. In
the cral Asregis., Islm
is sill a poiul force, ai
too poerfto tackle. t 6&
adlk states tre n is wu&
adIabl aNd laerun Com
Amd b t bie gUe t md ab,-
am &M n 0 I Jew, I6M
w t. nin Jd i n I
mom,


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borend d e on S UN
am a eMa a*

Oeek lam M to UNV

o a -b b a-M- i *i
p'hh SUN^j^^j^^
vll U her Mhm"
S. ,tI


"3Re1ino under aB conditio
remain antisenaifi, an ide
logy which i hostile to
unim," he mid.


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Lenten Candle"


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Special Services Mark Lenten Season


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University Lutheran First Lutheran
e services begin at m ge, including Rev. C First Lutheran Church will Betrayer of Christ;" March 4-
Uiversity Luthmeran Curch, or, Dr. Wbr Bock, associate again observe the Lenten sea- "A Friend Turned Traitor"
- W. Univ. Ave., Wednay pitor; Dr. Robert Detweler, son with regular mid-week ser-!March II- "The Seeker of No.
with mAi siIhSeris eo eing and Gerald vices, beginning this Wednes-.velty" and March 18- "The
S n mi na orbes day, As Wednesday, at 7:45:Cowardly Compromiser."
I Ta m topie s o their messages pj., and continuing for the All members of the church
The Rev. D. Frederick Castor, will be: "Am I a Spiritual Be- net five Wednesdays at the and visitors are encouraged to
p15tor. lUM Ed that though- ing?", "Am I a Tool of the De-saie time, attend these services. The
t the Leten Season services "Am I a Lost Sinner?", The series of six sermons church nursery will be open
g be conducted a Wedoes "Am I a Servant of All Men?", will be delivered by the Rev. for those desiring to use it.
ay eviu g at the e hoar. "Am I a Chil of God?", "Am Robert Besalski, pastor. They
Five ministers who are afffl I a King.", "Am I an Heir of are: Feb.12 -"A Glorious Pro- Rob TA
te with the cogetion will God?" and "Am I Mortal orIm- mie;" Feb. 1l-"The Power; H OlV Trinit
ise i n bringing the weekly mortal?". of the Cross," Feb. 26- "The! *


Wagner College Choir Due


To Perform Here Tuesday


At'the Mdree Methodist Chmrch' Ash Wed& .
day i o ic this week, the pastor, Rev. Keneth
Griffth, will burn this candle, his own handiwork
madeifor e in special cermomia. He's added asuh
to the le&th of the giant-sind taper, and eipUM
that the bring of it wil embellish the symblc
takhi em at sak doth and ashu at the begimag
of Let.


Methodists Observe


Race Relations Day

LA AND Today Is Presdent Richard V. Moore i
"Race Day" In a giving dtstand leadership,
Methdi churches andthestuden mare being
trained for Chrisian cidieswip
The "burcwde observance in as fea dim as w.
wm feaare mseros ma race lrds Methodl= help saup
relations and a special offering ee through their
toward anatied al ol 1- nnud ja" annual
000,00 for 12 Methodist re- '. -. .. .i a.
asmror as well as swi of.ld-


lated Negro colleges.
One of .the institutions s Beth-
une Cookman College at
Daytona Beach.
I ~- *.fl..


ferings.

Ist Nazarene
To Hear Talk


The 1-ve Wagner College dtrhes of the U. S., Canada
Chor will pre t a concert at ad Europe. He has studied at
the University Lutheran Luther College, St. Olf Col-
QMrch, 1 W. Univ. Ave., at eg, the University of Berlin,
I pm. Tuesday eight and at New York University.
Directed by Dr. S art J. He collnues to conduct mmer-
Stee*, the hoir is a a day, us choral clins n all parts
et tour along the east of the United States and Cana-
comdt Of the nation d. .
Dr. Sig3art J. Steen, Chair- Thepast years the choir has
man of A Department of Mus- performed before capacity audi.
ile at Wage College, State. Is. en in Europe, Canada and
bad, N. Y, bhas directed tour- the United States. Perormanc-
ing coral Foups in conertsu have been held in Rotter-
n the leading concert halls and dam, Frankfort, the Hague,


Lutheran Council


Plots Own End


By GOaGE DUGAN


CHARLOrIrF N.C. T11
iol Luthean Council is
charting a course of organize
tonal suicide for the sake ol
rN^ffii-n mkv.


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f )


i a pawri mto r o10 Flor- -.r iurm i uuiqn.
in chure, Bishop James W.By Mission A cooperative federation
Henley of Jacksonville said," B ytblished 46 l ears age to serve
L ad The Rev. Lawrence Faul, Nan. m! r "
a mn S 1o l tework Bthatsi bein eg to Barados Bt 1 lJosinthi s y.T eUmellp
Sdo. ne at Btaine-.Cookman if the gt P w era t tw Its '
10 for aspcialminionmry servicem-t eddedT day". I
e HelpingHand at e FirstChurch t the New. Over the ears, lrply
png a rene, 31 SE First Ave. T. IaWd&tQU the lir'Io OftheI
at 7: p.m. lRev, Faul will also 4nc N6 1ift laftLera de-
JACKSONVIL Fla. (AP) show slides, mai frces h
Thirty chr have offered Rev. and Mrs. Fa went to two four-way merges.
their recreation facills for the island ted I l a II tm ArlM vole the
one4aytweekue by the se- where be has ba uperntend Evangelical LaNra Chrch,
lor eitiens of Jacksonville. he ent of the work since 51L He thde American laitheran urch,
churches responded to a also has be a pastor there th Unisted viwMI lcalILa
by the recreation committee of aid has superintended a large urch aid te l&athea Free
the Jacksonville Planning and building program. u 'y chose the ame
SAdvisory Board which is seek- Rev. Fal graduated fr om the American Lteran Church.
o- ing facilities to accommodate Northwrt Naareme College, Its total membership is about
m- thousands of the city's eder Nampa, Idaho, attended 52,UM .
tien Seattle Pacific College. On y aeMr o t Lutheran


Church Directory


GAINDVMIL CBURClES
Adve mte 17
ASdve S aiu ra 61
NE lt SL, service at U an.,
ad 7:3m pa
Umbegr Mmor AdMnt
ristan, IMh S. adt t Ave,
services at U aL. and 7:3


Ridgeview Baptist Church,
NW 9th St., srvkes at U
a.m. and I p. m
Westide Baptist. Cauch,
4039 Newary Road, mile
at u a j. and 7:0 p..
St AugusAtin Chapel 1731


pjn WV. Univ. A. bdaby us
Aeum at9:3 and 1g l am. ad 12
First Atance, U am., w aoon. daily a Ma.
sdp at Bhop Jr. High, 11 Fri.at :3 ald 11:15 a., t
NE M SL, 7:31 p Service at at I am. C aw T aw la
7 SE 1st Ave. 'Thrs. at 7 p., and FrLat
Am n n* d t t Patrick's Chr 7, NBW
First Assewmby 0o fod, W bPalel71No -
od4, s drv i i t 11 *a dllst St., Masam at 7:10, I3
10:30 an.. and 12 oon.
7:3 pa. I.,,


FiAt Balst, 4 W. Univ.
Ave., worship m er at U
ajil ad T:3 p.0 .
Cavma Bs anm SB
a d7: 3 pa
Cardl tts Baptist
IHnlE 116 $4 P114
--r*m-e at U ba d T*
Mpai Cu. .
SEade d SephrIae, 15M
. Uni. Ave. U a A dT:3

ChW thwa, N Ave., av 1
e, mile. a U ail sm i
7:5 Pit.
ftes Pat 10
amn. and 7:6 paJ.
Galaveb Primive Bap


Firt Criitan Crch, S
*d Ave. at l 'mrvi d
11 a-u.
tarli ste amCa b*
SW la SL, saieSm a nt


ad
l aL, services at aUntanaai


NtrlBt Chfeh addf*
SE. Unv. Avwe, Mt aM
at asaI, worip ervon at
11 a.m. and O pad.
tirty-aeb Ave=ue m



1r0te, T Unw. i. As, a
vim at U ax. ad e
service, to P A
anChra 1 qa., HWaw k
Road adltM AV, a
hg wawth U1 n. a, m
suieM 70.


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am, pawSU
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ft" adTo pat

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Itu*As,.u


1st ad MkSundays, Holy Com- Nammn, .W. Univ. Ave,


aminm a o i and t Sundays.
Enm Penteco SW Ar.
char l, serves at U a .a
and 7: p.m.A


Gaeso Dr" Churc,
Haw6m Re ma, see
IM aa.
T Minvi AA yw S
bIl Ave., Services at U a.
ad 7:3 pa.m
MdiWns IN
Vlian Ha S Jedovah's3
WItames, 11M NE rd Ave,
servIo 6 :5 pa.


d Ulais.
nGeLbm Lutheran'
dawar u6 u al e
vie Sat U a.


M W. Tv. Ave., Laio a
gaaggg


at 11 aL and 7:3 p
am NEtod N
. v 8 at : an U
JLa Memip : at 1:, m-
mes at 7:pA
New3 l asfo Ae., mie
ward WMebp Jr. High Calato


SaIm.ld U a m
Ater U**mei MteG

IS, 8 w- mnao. l

Wa t im M mi Uia
la. Ua. As. a pa
WillF bemiiS. sl IN
IRn n.Ave mioi tnk
I. Mr..Aw.S6, mntat:


ha&sfa pa


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t OA ad, $a
lH MW-M-l MM --l -MB
Wi! Mlii H


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Ler1 e at ma:A a el 7 1


West sda Clnum ChQuh,
meetg at Gaieanme Littas
Theatre 4 NW th Ave.,
wMi* arvke at U Lm.


n w SL, nl at U
a.. ad 7:3 pa.
Grace Nioryterke chrei
la NW lt SL, rkiM e at U
La
Highlads Prebytran Our-
ch, lM NE Amth A., services
at aU a. ad 7: p..
Kaa Presbyter 1-
m Chor Arer ead post
Medical Cfr, rvie at 11


M1 NW Ui As.,
in a.


d Rl~l
-'lugi


Imbp w wel MI,
-amy ed ad m m&
hoIm at a.m


r, mv U Ia. ad
red Batlll lg dN i
-, mim S U a.l S a

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Curh in America was organi-
led with the nmin of the United
Lutheran urch in America,
oe Augustana Lutheran Church,
he Suomi Synod (Finnish) and
the American Evangelical Luth-
oran Church. Its membership is
listed at 300,000.


The only other large Lutheran
body outside the council is the
2,&U, member Lutheran
arch M our Syno While
preft g I got alone, the
obogia& y conserat "Mila.
Synod," as it is nommo
y known, has been cooperating
with he council in several phs-
es of is program, m as
overseas relief, service to mil-
tary p me and refugee

Recently, offieals of the comn-
el and the Mimouri Synod dis-
overed that suffiet doctr-
ial unity existed to jsty
rather e oration toward the
formation of a new Lutheran in-
ter church agency that would
embrace ia there bodies with a
ammbined membership of 8,
U, cchun goers,w or 6 per
ct of the Luteram s in the
nation. The remaining per
cent are largely ge" bodies.


The new oopa aganmy
M funcii be ng
early 17, after gaining what
Is a regarded as t certain
appovalof te legislative a-
smaebluies of all three bodies. At
that time M Natinal ladItheran
Council wBl formally go out f

TN actively, the new agency
wil be known as the lathera
Cacill in the Ualled States of
Ameria.


Episcopal
Holy Trinity Episcopal
Church has planned special
communion services to be held
throughout Lent.
SOn Wednesday to mark Ash
Wednesday, Holy Communion
will be given at 7:15 am., 10
ain. and 5:30 p.m. Then for
the remainder of the season.
Holy Communion will be offer.
ed each Wednesday at 10 a, m.
and 5:30 p.m.
In 20th Year


1 LINCOLN, Ill. AP)-Lut ola
Christian College celebrates its
a20th anniversary May 4, 1964.
SStarting in a one-room school
with 15 students in World War
II days, the school now has more
than 500 students and a modern
plant on a two-acre campus. It
I uaR.I ministers as well as
%sUULLs who will work in allied
relhgi)us fields.
Many students helped con-
struct the college buildings to
earn part of their instruction ex.
SEENpense, according to Earl C.
Amsterdam and Hano ver, Hargrove, president.
among other European cities. Look
Local arrangements for he
concert, sponsored by the Luth- LEXINGTON, Ky. WAP, -
eran Churches of Gainesville, One Lexington church has this
are being handled by the Rev.! sign on its bulletin board.
D. Frederick Castor, pastor of "Traveling To Outer Space'
the host church. "Instructions Inside."


WHAT HAPPENING AT


NORTH CENTRAL

BAPTIST CHURCH?


404 N.W. 14th AVENUE


Swe do with you the way Imo Lord
has blemed in 6 months tim.


Sunday School
Ar350damto
from 350 to 600


Training Union
Attendance
from 119 to 200


Offerim from $45,000 to $75,000
107 NEW MEMBERS
t68 BY LETTER AND 40 BAPTISMS,


Think! Is there a reason for this tremendous growth?
Could you find the some happiness these people hove
found? If you hove not found a church home, why
not visit North Centrol? You will be glod you did.


N. B. LANGFORD, PASTOR


A DYNAMIC CHURCH


FOR A DYNAMIC


AGE


Experience


S* * o meet te


-Wrpy


* No humin relations are more delicate
than those performed by a funeral direc-
tor. Each call is on emer each
famihys preference and nees, dierent.
With our many years of experience
and service, we are equipped and trained
-- to meet the intimate personal problems
of each family ... and to bring some
measure of comfort and relief to those
who seek our aid.


UNDERSTANDING SERVICE
WITHIN THI MIANS OF ALL


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RgiMred Funerml Director


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C-apil

News
WASHINGTON (AP)- th
news from Washinlo:
DIRKSEN: From hisn pid
bed, Senate Repubican Leader
Everett M. Dirkn ot in cn
harp thrust at the Dem.re
before the Senate passed the
tax cut bill
Dirkae missed the entire
week of debate leading to the
bill's page Friday became of
an ulcer con .it. Se. L 'tw
ton B. Morton, R-Ky., delivered
his speech to the Senate.
"Perhaps," the Bliuols Repub.
lian said, "you caneagi
my bedriddim amasemmnt gy
pa -ruMfld emc m atim,
yes, my pilow-ladeo utol
met this week, to len that
three Repuba ured pro-
poa to assist in achie i
laudable Ioals had been dfeat-
ed by very narrow margins,
victims o that new White lHouse
telephonic half-Nelsom knom a
the Texas Twist.'
"To those of you a the Dem-
ocratic side of the aisle who are
still nrubbiD your bruised arms,
I can only extend sympathy
and hope that you who must
face the electorate this fall
wo't need it."
KENNEDY-MALAYSIA: Ally.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy says
the Malaysia dispute is now up
to the countries involved and
"the role of the United States'is
complete."
Kennedy spoke to newsm
Friday after he briefed the
House Foreign Affah Commit-
tee on his recent pcemain
trip to the Far East, on which
he visited heads of state In the
Philippines, Indonesia and Ma-
laysia.
WHEAT: The Commerce De-
partment has approved export
licenses for shipment of anol-
er $10 million worth of wheat to
Ru&A and East Germany.
The department also aps moved
an export icen for shipment
of s3,00 worth of soybean
meal to Hungary.


US.-PANAMA: A 17-member
commission has been named to
look into the dispute between
the United States and Panama
over the Panama Canal.
By a 154 vote the Organia-
tion of American States Fri-
day approved a Vemmuen plan
that gives the commit the
double task of nvetigating Pan-
ama's charges of aggression
against the United States and of
seeking a solution to the dispute.


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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)-The
western campaign swing Mrs.
Nelson A. Rockefeller is mak-
ing with her husband is prob.
ably her last extended political
activity until after the birth of
S the child she is expecting n
I June.
Rockefeller, governor of New
York, is running for the Repub-
l'-n .oination for president.
Do Rockefellers plan to return
to New York Sunday.


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Williston Road


... a quality highlyrstricted community
for themostdi
deindfor ,ne ost (cnxli


Country Club Estates fills a need in Galnesvil for a high
quality planned community. Each lot will give every In.
dividual lot owner a home estate he will b proud of for a
lifetime. Close to a new elementary schoolwhich Is be-
ing built in the area and convenient to church oand down.
town Gainesville, yet away from the usual hustle oand bustle
of close-in property.
These estates hove been planned by the foremost developers
of residential property in the area...m
Whether you plan to build your own dream hm now p
for the future you should buy now in CountryClub Estate
while a few of the most desirable lots ore still ol
Call the realtor of your choice today for best sem lon.


Capitol Improvement ProgiO1
* Paving
Asphalt Concrete Surfacing
Standard Curb and Gutter
Underground Storm Drainoge
* Water System
Deep Well Source of Supply
Treatment Plant to Soften and Remove Iron
Water System to Meet State Board of Heolti Requirements
* Sanitary Sewer System
Complete Treatment Plant Meeting State Board
of Health Requirements
Collection System to Serve Each Lot and Comnty aub
* Street Lights
Mercury Vapor Lamps on S.W. 35th Way from State
Road 331 to South End of Subdivision


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$4,120 to $9,500

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quality planned community. Each lot will give every in-
dividual lot owner a home estate he will be proud of for a
lifetime. Close to a new elementary school which Is be-
ing built in the area and convenient to churches and down-
town Gainesville, yet away from the usual hustle and bustle
of close-in property.
These estates have been planned by the foremost developers
of residential property in the area ...
Whether you plan to build your own dream hdme nowrebuy
for the future you should buy now in Country Club Estates
while a few of the most desirable lots are still available.
Call the realtor of your choice today for best seltlion.


Capital Improvement Progm
* Paving
Asphalt Concrete Surfacing
Standard Curb and Gutter
Underground Storm Drainage
* Water System
Deep Well Source of Supply
Treatment Plant to Soften and Remove Iran
Water System to Meet State Board of Healt Requirements
* Sanitary Sewer System
Complete Treatment Plant Meeting State Bdard
of Health Requirements
Collection System to Serve Each Lot and Coimty C0


* Street Lights
Mercury Vapor Lamps on S.W. 35th Way
Road 331 to South End of Subdivision


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NEWS


.The Case of Prosecutots


Pay Cut in Levy County'

Iy UB UXHN g Wai s bed suatrei to lavs de i
l AmB IBW Wa Was'si bs Ms been to mae th


Ofa I deici l'dW ll7
ae -blU- t e Ae-,dy
eIsr ave to Ied artb op-
%s an canyauuge tyu 1
JMwid 4-jfib fhim

1 sy CoMMty, fte elsal
-pwrteodaist A. L kIML
lobe edeste
TM Bent a
sr gIi Spel
4&a
-ien -l


Cluaisy mb ma t abut

cula makus abMut MU a
yer nl hS f1 rs It
S EInmdl lrimu t f ot
Loy Co NAr ss lia
Amos of mo b Iesto
sy, speelal sin.cel se.
qments,n are:o


Cessy mi-itam, 3.-
$1; clerk circuit ou
; School Board m ibens,
N t Countyn )4g, U;:
s Ki PA ; M paviesor aC
l,-Mta xtIn am
sr, pat; tao ld t o.
HeM |eeral act ibft
posecuag a slteys V per
ceot of bond edinstures was
pased tI I0. s hield Wasd
I's nasel pay tos arnod l-
It' a secrde arid the
Levy Comly rthoue that
when the icoty commit
en, their clerk and attor
realmed the aummit of monue
asson would be receiM
ader the new setu p, thq
were to idera l prturbed-
as though the additional py
would t come from taxes
but bonds forfeited by indiv
SVale..
The commissloe last yea
got their legislative delegation
to ltroduce the bill exceptin
Levy Conty from the genera
act cover mpntt.n o
cooy psecutf attorneys
(Other county es cepted in
prior years are Gcildrist, Haer
maelo tse Citrus.)
he county proaecutg at
WtWey i eInvy CMOly is eled
ed. It would soom sa thS
wiste hi for the ligdlator


II


ma salary 0
A county prosecutag f aor
toy is required by law to be a
*-ra -cing attor ay -i S
t* mot hav a law dege
ead be a m btr of the r-
Ia Bar.
S Levy Couy roet-
g attorney Is S. Wm
lMs be salary is Ib a yIr.
To this he may add fr
deach covkti or p a of pV&
ty he obtas in County Juao's
Court.
Prior to Jan. 1 of this year,
he was al allowed 10 per
cent ( each bod estrated
(forfeited) h County Judge's
Court, but that amout was
not to exeed W5 per cm.
But dftec the first o the
year Wao's le per cent
bed estreatumr was take
away frm h This was dm
by a spedal legislative act of
U which escepts Levy Co-
ty from th general aw al
lg couy preecurs the
hea.


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'r EForester


Plans to Be

Consultant


tARKEw- m FbNUer
Db L hrampln wh a n
ot wek, wi an March 1 set
ul private practice au aeam-
M at on forestry manage-
not He Ii bn a bm for-
ter with the Flkra Flr
trv Syrtiee s m on he
WM employed b be Ocab

liMng two yam ere.
SAM he wobe N ed -to6
union m ad has oba
doan dome


(hqgliou, who is U, is a
4 uve o Pitflurg I.
is a gpradute of flle
a) High Schoodl, ad dS
i yest at Cmito Sta i
henbi to b U&el-
idity rIat when he
Sawaded a bhsar of s-
-a -ages o fby. LIvr,
hbenet- yrfwlt tme
tqbrgia ftrlary O-rtSI
d ankte% GIL
b NIm. ba sbd de U.
Do asd adtd sd .=a
r a se apm df Nb ow

Wi 19ig fm a Ii le
amChuhe tle aS *
Do ar. ,U 9k'h

i 'ederK ldle&
?* Ft r't"


*MM *aI


HIS HONOR

NEIGHBORLY
uis iys mtM
(Mr, who smes pide
p eny a iy L,


k JIM So --, e..


bill efect v Jan. 1, 1, the
bepin o& f ; n n d of-
Ikice far heiprI atr
ley. Tha eVpu m, or ay 16
wr qmalfied spirkarw, "al ds-
dde whethr !he wanted to mek
te job at t$e udud ay.
Wasso aparemiy is pgeg
to challetbe tak i g my
'a is batd 'aitur m BMy
by spdeci legislaie act Th
pat week, he imouied
Jamu y bUll o tIhe cOta
asia the I baikdedl
U per cti eat al a
f omers ;t r- Ju iy a Cma I
y Jup e's doort
The 1% ii .1 1.i heul up
pu ms t sf te ise afey
Wa*o do no ch&*ofte f
me sth s hg 'ars a
rhe alloner; mali office.
A court baW loi.
A letter f ldomre with
Wauon's Jaopuary Ml contain-
ed the Ift reomI nt dtha he
W q akdft be bUibIn.w
wil e with the taw Se ad .
b e a*ely reont t rIs
usp per dant dS 0
Ubim lait by the as
mieTis n about his l, Wi
* o wa ely M fer d m to
Shis letter f i osure.
SWamson wild not camnel
* to this writf on his plined
course of sjion Rto collect MI
r bill but it iq4 generally In
that be has;retained Horem
g Wilsoan of Buo as his at
l torney.
f We e that a officer d
. a court who has to have a lw
i degree as part of his quafic
* tion who is respotle to a
large degree for afordg th
- laws of tohe tate; ad vwhi
I- works dfilitly at it, is b
e tiled to me than a an
3i-p*a


Grain Program


Sign-Up Staritig

Feed Grain Prgram tarts rate a to the op
tomorrow and rs throughverted.


Jams Venabe, chairman of
the Alaim CouNly Apicon-
ral StMilltian ad Comerva-
tUi Committee, sa that po-
ticpation I the prograI is v.i-
ary. pwmgra is avail-
able fr corn, pain s rgmu
and brley.
To take part In the proum


at least per cent of the total
bed pahbuees fo ai of the
tine grams prn' his farm.
The farmer may divert the
aeage of one or more of the
feed grams, but s phls t

Bronon Lion

ToHear Talk

OnWildlife


wim- moghe S
Gulf BIH aek ib b pdt
dar w re the polgBt at
th hr Usa's Qb med-
o Talym dt a the Bra-
saTm aoL
i wiE be o e pt speak
r ad wl tak. pridg
Sft Nspt ds ir v be
a f*d ri1g the mel.

go itk pin fr a -,,
bet emoapaig lad d tsmw
ir d thid he e ad hseb
hdmer hm lul hrca-
The &Ab w eIv a er KA
te IMiRIM l B f Cia
- aus as a at F
ira eall


iqmeweTy

mAr-


Famners w ps ipate OW
the pi ram r ia be elg b for
divebrsion hai pie support
pertpaymealpiand rprisesup-
port obma n *heirN4 proad
tin to te three gra- in.
volved. :;
Veable sait ta for the 1P1
PIrogra, two Nlir ol -
M have bi made our pC.
grams poeto years: (1)
As much as per at S the
total feed grai base may be &
Ivetd m smri b (the !I
amamn wesp' ca); a
(2) the a= puit rate
per acr or 0 per
cet or more be subsni
S higher last yer.,


Wm moesiy, he owes
oe bsam gi pty, It
gsAy, ew o pay. AiM he
-ni a e-dy hpy
whe Abe to hi a d ea--

lStaydhN e aibe kd

eli chie of fe low, the
t-misek ahiea a imay-
a sdai, It's ham pod to
i t ori MR i mt" it
klnhkeOIL"


Union Co.


Registrar

Post Sought
LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Le
Craw1tri is a candidate for the
office of Union County supervi-
or of registration. She an-
oamod for the position last
week after learning tha Mrs.
Beatrie Courson, who is cr
pklelg her third trm w not
be a candidate for reelection.
Mrs. Crawford isa native of
YeWe e, but ha spent mot
of er life in Union C ty.
She ha had about years
of in espermee and Is
preeDtly serving as advertise.
ing m ger ofthe Union Coun-
ty Tnkm.
Her husband is a lifelong re-
sident of Union County. Te
Crawfords have two daughters,
Peggy, I5, and LA uane, m .
hey a members of the
Lide er ul.ah of C tr

Clay Co.Op

Directors


Being Picked
BROOER Zdra W. Ham-
os and Rume H. Green w
be nombees for d iredtor of this
disct at the amual meet
of Gay Electric COperaive in
K-yne Degs March 2K.
H anitos, who is euinbm -
bet, reslved 117 votes at a
district ingm held last Tue
day in tdeo AidI CDaMMuy
COter, ad Gareen bad h .
series wieth C p by-ins,
boh hims wi appear on the
bulletatt the anal m9 g.
W. T. Jacksbon of Starkt rec
ed 17 votes.
By a vao of 4741, the meu
hlrsl approved a anud.
mnt which would alow adi
4triet to elet th ewn dree-
r, nead of by te lMmb
iap t large.


MILCHRIST 4-H

RALY DAY SLATED
BR( ..rt d tat pit t..a M. I *I
DyAl. 10 kg~ti YdI 1 o em ap
vy a I $IaN. Project siam ad acmlo e
bI al ht M was wui beib pide eigbs
fladit m hl *Am S aftl-a Ir y ~ad
ftawps pd.ul. am oe dar dT 45&41 cut
Gisd Fiay, ael ho4is, moKst, caib htIg. A rk
th es|t t0 y Te, e bdekf i Mph
Tv gto arge afl Gil0 sr. ad m Au g t eIl
thrit 4tH lrtahf ng t and aofthbi


SSR 26 Needs Wi*
On 4u


Pemt Wilste Bo al, temed



Williston


Fund


Is


isdequate by State Health Board.



Hospital





Approved



1 Federal Support


At $250,000


FFA Week Proclamation
Stake Mayor Ramdal Chitty sigs at city hall a
procdamati callti n for oervation of Future Far.
-ers of Anerica Week. Fleb I-22.. aLooking in
approval are Bradford High FFA officers Glen Sapp
(peMdeat), at left, aad John Odo III, secretary.
The boys were acMpsaied by vo-ag teacher Paul
H*teids. (Sun phot by Sam McGarvey).


Williston Band


Gets $300 'Bonus'


WIUJSlM 'The Wlst Fifth grade mothers served
I i Shd oel d Is richer by rdreshments, including a Foun-
, mbs to the local PTA der's Day birthday cake dec.
Members of the PTA, at their aog in red and white.
# a ISt i 0tohs bnd" Tis At the March meeting, a
cdmhud a iMortt Afiln a drug addiction will
AL kLA A. 8 f-h d .bm adw7


** res s.... ..*..=.4 gs,


Uln its trny.
Prasd W. J. LWhbke tI
presided t the metin. Mms
Marie S yas d a fift
-a ; t- a Fom
dnei Day pi a Heoey Pw-
d1 =r pop= beidawe-ii
bktrwtaiMt bmdde a veo.


ed.a b b Ult wnlai.

mum IV wi aI by wr


&enin


Say$ Trenton Commission

YS0E -e l ty-Nacmws wdt 1a So a tst icUS ta s -
,.s, amsMhduaS f emaied 3 as3 am, be-MI,
Ih: _l im~= =gmo ba S .I* ,laerlbsibhli


INy as an lum tIo u.
~i lnm aa .
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By WALTER M SON, So Ares Editor
WILLISTON Long sought-after facilities for this
city seemed within grasping distance yesterday, follow.
Iag initial approval of $250,000 in federal construction
funds for such facilities.
Proposed for Williston is a 25-bed hospital costing
around $45,000. The city of
Wiliston will have to ante up ing the first year or so.
the difference between the ,
asont of the federal grant and But at their next meeting,
the total cost. the commissioners did an about.
Approval of the federal (Hill- face and rescinded their hoosp-
Burton) funds came from an tal approval action Since t
advisory committee of the Flor- ect would involve a mal
ida Development Commision, project would involve a
which administers these funds tax levy, the commissioners
for the state decided to put the matter to a
The Development Commis- countywide vote.
si is expected to give its ap- Th ptlo- de.
proval to the Wiliston ho e hospital prop-sal was e
pital project and 31 others in feated by county voters. Bute
the state when it meets Thurs. Wiliston officials, backed up
day. by an approving straw ballot
Dr. Donald McCoy, Williston of their own people, have pro-
physician and member of the ceeded on their own with pin
City Council, has been spear for a hospital.
elf bt tehtital'dfot /in
Williston. He said yester- They received the help of tlU
day, "If we move right along Levy County legislative dele
wththis and hitno snags, ion, Sen. Better Usher and Rep.
ground should be broken for the Frank Marshburn,. n getting ap
hospital around. the first part proval of federal funds.
of l5."
McCoy said the City Council db r iollo
would not rush the project, "be- $7.5MlllOn
cause we want to take advan.
tage of every saving possible."
An architect wil have to be A Uocated
agaged to draw plans, and
the c# wllhva to brrow To llH it
abo utm 1To Hopitals
Me. ad pianedIs to pe
cW et mI y to man TALLAHASS (AP)-A t.
the loan, but cloud hangs omnd PIofrm a hospial
tde nowbecaui drop in com tructiontobeffiancedwith
ciprtte sals cosioo d by a $7 million federal allocation


the federal report linking nomok-
ing wit cancer.
McCoy seemed confident,
though, that the city would be
able to paeed with IUs ad of
the fiancing. To replace the
cigarette money in the city's
treaury, the C cil would in-
Scr ase wt ad irbage pick-


be am m. oohen r ofBraw 7
up. am r% McCoy said.
and I will e as the refresh e proposed Williston es-
mnt ommiate. p-l would be a 2d "Core"
wMdeh muld eventually
T C b epndedIm to -.bed cuapecd-
TobaCCO yMcLmeas.u m st
mider comatieso fr em-
MweetsMet trumid.
PINSbemilttal acIlities ha
WAmOnWK ()-tarthg WtAom cunsi of converted
in Im W6 SsM a m bkustIe1D1
du AgriiO DquaMent Muby b "e* ad>ho to Dr.
. ..... M os hoy. bq opera
ameSd to OM a serdes d byDr McCo and Dr.
eNtilOp throiughot S be- James Dailey. An addition was
eased tobacco produchg ea built to e hospital building
to prems of s crop. when Dr. Dailey be to prac
Fre d meom tiso ftnaasame nesent Y ear s re'
pretty type. operated iser a in-ry -
Emaof he meed gsc byM e Slatie d of
Cwmli n u ade l hHealU. hb 6 amust Mt the
yea a -g ims, oare r ithreqmas McCoy
matoslaB hlnOf M" qis gpod* aay s ig efforts
-I a m, M pamI beu hg made to bis bei
ar e aB ame .s seeu to er emes.
A s ede th w Atpresst.wedms'tueve
ntio have -n parbgams,"lM."e-
the heeai i: UL l Back 111, a aew hsad


U,J) Z.
Yw-p.ow


r ~ -ma


bmtp*S headw p-


lkb h wml turnIBk

Nbd. uI~Sa


om aft it Uaq
tb So go ft ows


was awaiting final ansideratimon
Saturday.
The State Developmet Com-
mission's hospital advisory eum
cil prepared the remmmi me
tions Friday. They will be tak
up by the develop ent mm
sion in a meeting Feb. 13.


The program advocate by
advisory group ald alloc
$3X0,m to 1 eeral boo
tli, ON,5to threm pychatd
uns. d. for se am

bilhsad$7 e .ter.
:kskW frWf nr wo
homu aad N11.5 for a iS-
biadm ecter.

federal ay would IIp pl
fr a total of about iat
worth of uw hospital b ilg
throughout te state, aiddbg:
the #1 mion worth of jobsll
deawy now.


Chicken Fete


At Newberry
NEWERRY The
ry Garde aiub will sppggs
chicken barbie pps e
day the City Par
Serving wi start at I pa.
rne w a he cetoN I
pies for sale. Support p s
be a for ashdll a c"a
ft andn


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At Chiefland
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SLawyers Told to Cough Up For Florida Legal Center
Ar wy ot a lesoomn planned how he ad tmI lblm a Florida, start agtL Obvdy tk are hasee e was the loa politician bi a
hmd racing at the monthly Macon ae ahabout y UM an act not able to ontre a l place for tt. It ins n w a
meeting of the Florida Bar As.-raising MAi ln the aally .s l tahoe Mwho are wu He s, the amo er wil be a bu toI be pollae
sociatio Friday at the Holiday state's lawyers for a legal c.c "Som. 0 dlOpehnMt cads tabllad andl d cc he mecc for fte s ato's legal to I et
In. ter to be bmlt l Tkahna T. m others aidt a r ti ail pti al wll peril an I to Jieka .thm
ncheo speaker heter Smith, a law partner of Sen. co," he jo. "But w decided there a paia d atic law mnot intered d
fldd as puwlidt eme Spuard HollaJ alWila the M pa it kI'be dt sladS pr i d a rc, liatg a pMa o polcy the -e lai
-o ftu rN Bar A.ocdiatulB, Bevisa Barow, MO thm n y e- Rt theeaMs in t. Wh aml to a a ta dthe ta d I


UF Activities Calendar I


br Uy -Al Campus
Edie Tournamet Florida Un-
Jin Oak Room 2 pa.
SM day -Ticket Sales for
SFlorida Players' peenation:
S he House of aurda Al-
S ," Studet Senrvie Center I-
formation Booth, 14 p.m.
Tuesday ie Arts Com-
nitee Lecture: "Opern Ba
Slt," Dr. D. Graelfe, Florida
... non Johnsoes laoae, 3:
S JOint seminars, Pychoiy
and Guidance and Cunseling
Dept.: "System Structure and
Adaptability," Dr. 0. J. Har-
. vey, Florida Union Room 324,
2* 1:30 p.m.
Ticket sales for Florida
: House of Benardo Alba" Stu
dnt Serice Center WIorma-
tion Booth, 1-5 p.m.
Wednesday Third Annual
Fine Arts Festival
Florida Players' presenta-
tio: "The House ld Beardo
Alba," Norman Hall Audtori-
un, 7:36 p.m.
Conm'rt: Udw ny Sym-
phony Orchestra T Edw ad Tou
pin, conductor, University Au.
ditorium, 1:15 p.m.
Ticket Sales for Florida
Players' presentation: The
House of Bernardo Alb," S,-
dent Service Center Info
tion Booth, 1-5 p.m.
ursday Third Annual
Fine Arts Festival
Lyceum Counell Presenta
tion: Chicago Opera Ballet, U
Diversity Auditorimin, 1:15 p.
Thursday lorda Players
puenlatlon: "'Toe Homoe
Benardo Almba," Norman Hall
Auditorium, 7:31 pa.
Ticket Sales for Florida
Players' presentation "The
House of Berardo Alba." Stu
dent Service Center Informa
tion Booth, 1-5 p.m.
riday-Thrd Annual M Fi
Arts Festival
Florida Playes' preenta
tDon: "The House of Bernard
Alba," Student Service Cente
Information Booth, 1-5 pm.
Ticket Sales for Florid
Players' presentation: "Th
House of Bernardo Alba," StI
dent I Service Centuer Informa
tion Booth, 1-5 p.m.
SIa Alp*a Iota Uu
cae., Music Buidg Audito
urn, 8:15 p. m.
Saturday-Third Annual Fin
Arts Festival
Swimming: Florida vi
FSU, University Pool, 1:3


p.m.
- Florida Players' prese.
tati: "'The.Hoe of Bernar-
do All," Nomna Hall A.dto.


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- Lycun Coefl pelUNa-
tin: a Paul Wite Se*
ete, University Ahilrtaun, 3:-
3 and :15 p...
-ad* 7tWrd A al Fe
Ars Festival
- Unlirsity Orehel Ckib
Recital of Modem Donce, Wo-
e's Gym, 3 pn.
And hrt M s m I
Feb. 14-15 Stae Convem-
tio of Amern Associatio o
Spanish and Portugese Teac
ers, Florida Union Bryan
Lounge ad Florida Unn Au
ditbrium.
Feb. W-1T Pedmihitic Se-


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Feb. 53 "Water CdoI
and Collages" by Robert Car-
Sm, FWlrM UnS Johmaso
- "Imans o Man Robert
Beach, I ida USio Bryan
"Mewl Sclplurs," .Jo
an NK. orEt Gral ly
in North eg Gallery


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triton r ta*la& I gues
Iea Scod a it Aa orm of
PaWwry plus ae for a
two try colal style brick
bdltng near the state ca
toL .am akid GGaleille had
'emd aoMeMd alag with se& -
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for the enter, bat the Tabll.


myn abreast of lathut
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aw minesify ibs c p to
crack dowa a Mbm.nsb l
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Abo lwyer be from tis
area, may w the here to
attil the MSla B oa C.o
Itning Edaam Coarse i
dels parace, were present
Smith wu introduced by
Gaindvie attorney y Park Ca
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Suns Prizeword Puzzle Corner


Last Week's

Priseword

Explanations


CEIS AMM:


I. amGTING not rtiUI.I


GADUmUsu WK rPnErol COTTSeT IPLU
1. lb TMes fhr W ea net seMi.ua to gU sadays fPsEWORDa
PVSZI wil N 0. 3 W ewsMt scIRtiO i. rsdived ia SudaYd'.
p te. OS t. pr.a -M .VI be Maed to net rks awar.
ml aMs A *mk's pS Us5.
t. V ok qt sa unii baa bes a beme-Me d .tewluw to fte
iM W*r A prued M da", u axtra ba of $1 llO .11 be ade,. 1H
e ta *s eardt pada te i seewlvd aw biamedelvere4 briber.
tM baiws a. Nbe sM eM B.


PfRalromD nCna. m- e."O m mfu ta a wak
PMbs Is r1e e pteM we bW Eise wesw abes bee*
l.g" ae esos sebra.


5 s_ 4L MW e l S C M m w o n u r cIM W er d pu=u D terwu ni fro m
Sine rightingg a C.apiZed e S..M -. r... ,. ,W don YOA bt fit (be dWiim. CUP t.
boat Mig not be !e Pnle or wa a ood, exact-ei had-drana facshmile. Mectamlcal of
a t we easy M |oWm lw oute reprimnetlos will ot be acceptable. rThikso estt tI
ny itf tMee ea b- hetL T ea dedk of a the Jodhes shall be ftnal d all contesW.
any cnditon, te Clue tI ings pat Mit agree to accept thbis decibkn a& a coditdln of o-
,try. All entries beome fhe property? of the Gatnemille PuMbithsilt Compj1,s
wort, "in a storm," favor; r nemM ciren nng ned.
SIGH TING. Fighting and; s. AnyneO, e009A epoea v U e Gaindillke PUtsiuna Lomntu -si
lighting are not good. arumile.. ,B ate thuis Oisit
.--e 30 1-a --35 -1 IL t -e ---,*,-p-e k -b A ---l hst


9. JET not set. Just set is
vague and needs to be quali
fed. Furthermore, a TV set,
for example, is virtually


& Af erot hav felid Ik the puzzle, pI"t X te i e ot a fuo-cew<
psaeani. Mai It IN a nu&Fwa pNaudhfe to PriNewod Pete. Galke
vi Su"an, P . Box S7, GalavlUe, Florida, or bieN it to the Gie
tilne S. 0cual",. Depast..ec u i. 0, 1 i SE ld Pece* All mitne.
to be eligIble hr tSe pr., ut be ceived at tha Gaicvlls SUB otilf
ad later tea WeWt ey at a at,. We are ot respnpe for em.cit
WAt or delayed in be mails. Entries ecked eicnw op es cmot be
-SW.


composed "of electrica .t l. e o- abe me oso as WMu... ai wrdui the
t;" not bote n ae my etb adt mat B. rM eBtri *e h
partb;" It is not ome ai e @=NIL


IA NA A IE


a nS,
3O a 3


with "electrical compon.-
ats In" t. JET Is more
generally satisfactory.
11. KEEN not been or seen. Be-


&. A espY r a- ahlat be mae .a f-.d be etars* -
ansine H, fla f u-b oSn on.ap
S. WiMer.. II t&. aS e&onet unwns to wthuwdAay's R PIlIM)O
PUZS will be amnfed ed a w PRIZEWORD PVULE pubilithd I
Mxt Sbdwa'I GeaslVlb f.


ing "accounted a good neigh- Imw or aW Ker"e Meer
a y 4br mc wa i


bor" is basically a matter of
attitude, favoring KEEN rath-
er than been or seen.
12. DAY not dam. Since "en-
gineering" is Quoted only as
on "Instance." DAY is more
broadly apt than dam.
17. CAKE not coke. "To sell
coke by weight Is" standard
practice. "To sell CAKR hv
weight," however, "is quite
common."


I. CALL not ball. 1he clue Is
truer of "beinq invited to
CALL personally For so-
cial and diplomatic reasons,
It is quite common for "com-
plete strangers to be invited
to a ball." Furthermore. the
clue word, "personally," Is
supefluous for bal
It DIVER not diner. A DIVER
may use proper, prearranged
"signals A diner merely
p-i to a me-u or explains.
X. PASSAGE not massage.
An ocean PASSAGE, for in-
stance, "may lead to you
having a rogtim," Vf the
weather t urns bad. A mas-
sage may be "a rough" ex-
periece for "you" rather


thua "lead to
tUlM."


17. DOCKS
"Implies
-work"w


a rather rough


not decks. The elue
that considerable1
revolves around


these, which is more ant of
DOCKS, es pe c ally "where
large ships are concerned."
The are decks on paen
pr liners, for example,
whfi are primarily for the
ejoymient of the passengers
ad, consequently, do not fit
the chase's context.


CLUES DOWN:


L FILED not oiled. "It Is ob-
vi enough if a bolt has
be FIIED" at any tme:;
but "it is" only "obvious if


may rasigt Im wn i m tiriaietcal
may ppw la a? phulsHedr mW1thI


Puzzle No. 4


Clip and Pte on a 4c Postcerd


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Se$ 57, Gaimnsvlle. Fla.


CLUES ACRO:


4. Might possibly help
ought for a crime.
6. In your living room,
touch.


to identity, in a personal way, a man

a nice- could add that finishing


7. A board game.
I. On occasion, t's something you can do without
11. Group of musicians.
13. Might need to be booked well in advance to avoid disappoint-
ment


a bolt has been oiled" re- 14. Where pait is concerned, an old may look rather
cently, which the clue does drab.
not ay.
W .i Repair.
3. WIFE not life. Strictly
sneaking, be "sees hij lq1Smalhin number.
WM" r a program baedi 17 An ev o may st be harmless enough
on "h lie."
a .. .. ... Organ a hearing.


5. HORSE ot hose. UHORSEi
is m apt, since it is com-
Senough to "boy a home"
that on ly wst been mbaut
or is ot eve finis
t. GIN nt pgo. Since a
"real" gm, firing blankts.
eold quite ealy be used,
GIN Is de roger aser-.
. RATIIZ not tole. "Po-
sf" in emialmeuot
for cattle. Also, the purchase
of caile i bus bs is more
dtm mmith a 'a may
hIp. to line e(el t"

m .
AL RAT intow a OW

a TAN adt b& The dK
-les adtE are "awre"
or Ism "Ifilbm," w-
kg TAMK. Tit osed et
w dm" am Toa in
pru. a nrIp the dm

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ICUD is mm tub
ML Father -AN aim,
we ba s has
go s an btahowhaI



bMe# to ts ailia
-- 8U rate te a


21. A weaknesin it may not Immediately become apparent
2. A real poet could describe It in pleasing terms.
LM May a m wl aree that one cannot be too -


LE DOWNt


L Wih ye do so, youl probably just have to be patient
t wheb are concerned, It can be difficult for an
aot to bow what to boy.
t Ao almal migt be cauht in one.
i Is poible for aon to p back a number of generations.
SA Grk d ical scholar cou doubt tell you a let t

M er may wedl be pt, if younter soled ---
wit )I= sandwiches for plcte
aer, hbeaow stem o a plant
a Nw mmn.e rusMng doew a slope
It it die ml thi.
1t hol of i bgpru may wI l ha eanAm.


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AUgu VaYn BOes


"DSAR AlBY: I lem nt ciraid d M't l 1 y,0
ad I weaM like to wtI thI t Sfg Id4 dtd IIMlM
waiMe to me.
-HAPPINESS Is no ker mbq to moh 6 m m
seo*, beha for 10d, ad in gb d en m ilr
IrdgKe, or beh cod, a py or" Ay, BAPPIIII I eft rB
a Amkricamkbele ae smlk to tab1 m h, gN a I
my bnt moi lemd In yam buy m y fnt pr lof sees.,
Sand leather shoes, and uderwear, ad give me a bed where
" I coud sleep beMmen sheebo, mt mse d k TV, ad
Give me the firt security I hIvo ever lewM. HAPPINSM
* mean being adopted, and coming to the Uod tei. HAP-
V ,INESS is the opportunity to antod school a or the first
tre after three years. HAPPINESS is beumaing a Amaer
can citizen and making my pareshl prnod om.
-nis is what our son has old maNy a MAbby. When


SUNDAY MORNING
7: a Uvg Wads
7: a Reig is s Relmr
1: 31 Gopel Cmarv
8:a 1 S Gqd Sem
a Sm. Ceaege atuMI
IS:Oa SeL Speiss r
1: 0 LJA Spe Lumd
9:i0 A VYo An There
Sswei. Ku Erguo
M ll Cha ddre am
O GNpel Thme
STeter -We Ware
1t:N Wire Service
La p uSt My rFeet
This is the Aar
EFridersrn *n Fa
ll:N a Image U.S.A.
Schate service
a B JourMey
11:35 U Fight
sBey And Cecil
12:0 U Revival
JacsMeve
University

0 Movie
'The Hour Before the
Dawn." Franchot Tone,
Veronica Lake.
S UMevie
"African Manhunt." My-
ron Healey, Karin Booth.
1:M Cristoers
1:1 8 Flntiers o Faith
2: 08 Star AM ndhe Sry
O Flrmda Baushial
Sloan
9 Wild Kingdom
2:310 Sports Speel ar
SHoteammy


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d ica l s" Wmt how the


work* widsyr iedL. prp
Grbwin, JAWleNraerm,
Cronkite huw be ges hit


E. Y. "Yip" Harurg, Tqd
Poealer and Dory (Mr.I
Andre Prin) recall cold-
* poratoria with Arlen.
8 Mo oTe Press
(Color) Gov. Romey d
Michgan a possible Re-
publican Pmrtm cm
didate, is twervirwed m
Washmgl. Panel: Mer-
riman Smth, UPI; Ben.
jamin Badley, News-
week; Foyd Kalber, NBC
News; and Lawrece E.
Spivak. Neb Broos is
moderator.
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Sprb
SMier Ed
7:0 Bal Dom


we o swaeg ibo asM emmr4 M nm aagb t am
at speokd :r w a gi' Tb ho is a ltd QOw
Boy Semt, a Me Uy. a stra "A" lat, e1Mit
his el, and a Bmmbr f Bur eiM*. HA1PPD
for au l n n* a M t int..
We dou tihat tMWsletr i w dpieilh, ilwe
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pin is nwig tat yon ar In r CAM.
I: Jin *in A m, auwt


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Ia a IISmy's weM
(Codor) "Ne Sarerow ot
thon prs. Dr,. syn, a
f AO*- ft of
viwar, dboh e R obi
Hood of 1 Etarny n
land whe t6 dm. a dia-
guae io drelt angglg
operatio-n d a dimftrte
-wa m. -md'k
the proceed aong the
poor.
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a:U A IA Pi vesi
glad'f rock s' rolling
S e m4b thi Amer-
ian live TV debt, ad N
poliemam wml be a hnd
in case a "Ieam aoia"
ch. the riot pitch-as
it has in BOAd.
Lt GrWi
ti O GA d i
(Color) "e .Qatnf
Game." A stranger tells
Laura Dtoo that she
wll receive! a large me
from he husband's
hoiuream u I
IfA CmAd Ci=
,a Whie Pare
(Speial) 'ub: The Mis-
ile Crisis," Secod of
two smows:about JFRK and
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WASHINGTON A great
deal is being thought and writ-
ten now adays about the prob-
lems of the aged, but there is
no realistic agreement about
wh these aged are.
It is not enough to define
them as the people over 65. Or
"our senior citizens," to use
the unctuous eupininm
Everyone knows of the ovr-
40 group, which is too young
for Social Security but oo old
to be hired ad o the over -
45 group hule Inist w h

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bet tool to start up the
maagena t dder.
But there are may aged
who are even younger than
these. There is the whed ge
ertion of parents between the
ages of X ad who lve
come home aftnoo dis-
covred their chld prati-
4 bM iB.m, aod ui, M elby
realid that they are beaded
down the far sie d th hill,
tough they are i mploy-
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te ager, as th other had, is'
t youne prpession, an ar-
tkifciIa p up-
a jyosh by ouar em
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ae p ,ereal. t a tely ge, .

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chair.
h these moments o deaair,
the old folks may ocsa
remind the miniature adulb
that it ha't bee log a% e
Sq learned to di the Big Ap
SA bthe sukg Acorer. A
stiO Mist ak. A-m o
e*oegh to rIutIe ik
Pauey is adI, asd a be-
hNe m is E apl .
The ru mna s palus is
U*pim*y o* ng. dqy
they s reetg I Iot
abt tteo Sf thof iv
u a"Youa g MEa ," tel
ia of fte Americamse awr.
tt drama; the nrU, e
are simply "fte Fda" a
p-ck of am iM a&h.
Or, m really acute cases,
Old Man" and "'I Old Lady."
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avoided? Probably not my bo*.
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Iur I we Arts 'n m !menia neannrrogram ...u-au,*i ;a
Sroe A rts WALLO -. an. ( -
P STrr Revision Remmwenaded Lim
to.pen.MIAMI.(APb-.idArm-afadoured menolan& dis rayoahe U
Festmi to Open l --
aehoru of the Cui rch of the
ByWRHeD POOL ;e for quiMe m time. la AM ehopd theag- Aaed ere.
By RED esi"e hay of the ta be's me a I es would beready for tee iera.
Head,Dept.dM u le Reade's hbw w he ,ealt na nr aIMaofd rec-'bm by fue =5Le ligdMatre. 'TfXDem e .aSM.W. dB
Universy i y FMei A Reader's there o fac- roegfr d ang s n. by ThJee 3.in i-m a ,L .SL
These were aming recomns M NOT N IE StHREBYGI. &At
Tie University of Florida's I lyad tf ff e DelPrbifet, 0. 1 JamNt le E thI
Annu e Arts Festival Speech will offer selections Bill Mapoe, dite sor of tem dchw: al ...men. deS le.S
open Wednesday, Feb. 12, with from Shakspea, in reconi state's sunland training center, pl ice te awinldependenit *, ua m
ioon y e ni the quatdrieiial in l was as ked to head the far- f6,iolic bArl iti program Re Plat e .1 .. t 2 10
concert by the University riu -. L* ft ar eany. u e .1-1 ti1 Me1
Norman Ha Auioriu at 4, reaching stud. in cooperation ider the divon of mental m -as t as M :
Symphony a at will coent the l 1 eTra tte Bo.d of. u S

eer w t Alpha Iota national a m s a k t a pie adof andfu to the division ofef-I ues, ws
ar will sharpentier and Gounod. Art E mitls tDind'a'l' I.
horsinWednesd ay's pboIn ms.inor forpo w l oda Dfor eId fel l Mmiaras o" the stPeW. e aft, :
ny coe, t which begins atl,,preinat a Mu 0Y d isb mere J ontempiarm uropeanaArt-,m tted to the committee at its It,1= a hlikmmamnisty me.w"'teemam-b the 1M1111-
pro oist Sarah Traverse in the Music Building Auditor- Print Sae, Feb. 19- Plaza iOf Bach mloca basis. K s the da Mar
w stn operu armb T Moraverseum.by Forida:.Union. During two days of studying 4. Exped presert P-1-4- Dedlate 315tdaofitar. IRA4.
wil sing operaticrias by Mood ,Paintings by P. R. McIntosh,,mental hea poblkm the metal health climes to all nCt, of.Cit Ci ati
Chr..... r,* Aft.u i. s Unnersty ol Florida, Depart-bcommit* beardfro M mi tes ,testate.(31:t.n:
The ., ,s AMnal1s--1,1o_ Hin dIn.: "- to the some 15 per. meant of $rt, Jennings Hall Lob-- -
manities Prfessor Dier Gr- formances and lectures during t __ nnings
effe's "Divertimento far Or- the eight days of the festival _. I-
chestra," and the "Reforma- there are eight Art Exhibits
tion" Symphony by Felix Men- listed at various locati on rtnonu
delssohn. The concert is free the campus: M79f FS .NMkE)
and open to all. The Working Drawing -U.F. WP C I
Fla Pe Faculty, Department of Art 1*14-* |. a*..H .s e 1-U. PKG.
lTh Pr'through Feb. 14-Gallery X- HELDOVERI2G0a0tHits 25 EXTRA STAMPS COO-QU
oida Payes OU9-12 A 2-5. EARLY SHOW TONITE 25 STAMPS COKQUCK
of Bernard Alba" will r n for of an Paint. AT V eal: o
arll Auditporiuma rsdayng! by Robert 0. UBeach, Direc. V APKG.
A Thurs ilay at 7:30 and Fri- r College of Medicine, lor- 50 EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW
day andl Saturday at 81. The play Union Bryan Lounge. 9
ayis directed by Ron Jer AndMetal Sculptures by JohannI OR 39
stars JoeSchatz And Mimiyfel, Florida Union -North IHAM PK
Carr. For ticket reservation Wing Gallery.
call the University, xts r Colors and ges by
U71. Robert Cmso U.P. Hfumani-z
I ties Dept Oflorida Union --:
ticagt Opera Bal Johnson Lounge. .
The Lyceum Council presents The Wmoous World of Paul
the Chicago Opera Ballet in Un. Klee,' photographs with inter- ,n
diversity Auditorium, Thursday, pretve caPti m. University L|-
February 13, at 8:15. TIEe coma- Second Floor obbySAY
pany of 50, complete with or.- sponsored by Humanities I-
chestra will offer Director Ruth par *mt.
Page's choreographed versions Photographs by Wynn But---WTER
of Bizet's 'Carmen" ad I..* lOck, pmnrint west 17- COGal uhll-I .WITH A HEAR
bar's "The Merry Widow." he torapher, from Feb. 17 Gal "ST T KET"
star performers include Patri lery X -12 and .ST T JACKE
cia Klekovic and Kenneth John.- ''''-
son, with guest stars of the Roy-. 0" Omla s emu s s t 5 1 1 -.
al Danish Ballet, Kirsten SI- V N JAM*L O
Tickets are available at the N-'BW
omation booth Ac the Bob W hit
street from the Hu b; $2 for
adults; $1 for high school sBt- C At ? pe.
dents and children. U. of P. L kC 'fecMtg itAWI-t.
students obtain tickets on ID M EC AL JN DOC.LRPKG.
cards. Holders aof Iynm THE MIDICAL JUNGLE DOCTRS FE UR 12
Counce season tickets may set DON'T TALK ABOUT! ...FBUAY1T
reserved seat tickets for the re-"-3
manning four regularmasonat-
tractions by presenting their
season tickets to Mrs. Kaye l
Stout, Room I0, in the Univer-V' IlI T
sIo' Music Building.1ilPAIrl CA 99 IC&VjLAA


Pad Witer Sexte
The Paul Winter Sextet, oe
of the freshest and "tastiest" of
the currently popular modern
jazz groups will present two
performances on Saturday,
Feb. 15, in University Auditori-
urn. matinee at 3:3 and 8:15 Ih
the evening.
The Lyceum Council presents
the group as an extra attrac-
tion, in addition to the regular
season offerings. All seats are
reserved at a $1.50 Tickets at
the "Hub" Information booth.
The Sextet has won reviews
from favorable on up to "rave"
In "Time," "Newsweek." and
"Downbeat," were acclaimed
Is a White House concert for the
Kennedys and sent on a six
month tour of South America
by the U. S. State Department.I
It offers a quality of jar whichI
has not been heard in Gaines-


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Weeded Out
WASHINGTON (AP)-T1e ltn.
tenal Revenue Service expects
to make addition arrests ini
the next few weeks as it steps
up its campaign to root at car-
ruption in its ranks.
Thirteen persons have been
arrested this year, including
seven IRS employe, in bribery
and embenement cases. Sixi
were arrested last week in New
York city.
More arrests in the New York
case are predicted by U.S. Atty.
Robert M. Morgenthau. Arrests:
also are expected in other
Mortimer MCaplin. IS com-
misser, declined to make am ,
predictions about future a
although he had said prwWly
that the New York investiptim
is aSolmg.
Caplim said increased arrests
Ite from the IBS' three-yer
curampg against internal cr
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REALTOR
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REALTOR

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REALTOR
MULTIPLIK USVING
Assediates:
MACDuLA PAlM
W. I. sAucKNANM
THE ANSWER
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BEST OFFER
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FORDYCE

ASSOCIATES,

INC.
Multiple 1"Un
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Uet. Mary M6e1ler. Broker
ir. E.. W. Moeller. Asociate
Mna. Haney Itee AMoijt
M Wer dVeringtly AMN
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Important New Sign in '64

Homes by Kirkpatrick & Pierson

You'll find stickers with the above meoge on all furnoces in
rnew '64 homes in Highland Court Monor-mnother in a long
list of signifiont improvements being made continuously by
Kirkpotrick and Pimerson.
What it means, of coue, is tht all new '64 homes have fur.
noces which will accommodate a central air-conditioning unit
for your added comfort in the summer. Ask about it today-it
can be installed at any time.
* Over 20 Modls, Pried From
$12,300 to $17,250

* VA and FHA AWppaWd

* Free M bW i I hdudo e,
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Your Neighbors Are s ---AIO--NS I.--w. *84
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Employment Opportunities

with
GUIDED MISSILES RANGE DIVISION
Pan American World Airways, Inc.


CAPE KENNEDY




DRAFTSMEN
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opfrtunliet hW advuameat,.

Ron Amdu, Profeum i Employment
DWet. 316
GUIDED MISSILES RANGE DIVISION
Pan American World Airways, Inc.
750 St s Ori*dmk Ave., C leeh, Ftldde
An Equal Opportunity Emplor


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INCOME P lPbTY, 4 sa".
bnea s Mt per mto Prie
S with terms.
trm iEni T HOM nEAR
NImANI LAUKE. I iaoe.n,
shot price mVe.
RENT OR BUY. I heWsm, ha.
place. nie yard. eresluet o-.
eaten. *M..
J. Pierce Smith

REALTOR
*S Nl1 r IN. 5rIt.41
Assemlates
Metd mars Arils soit
ErTRICI oGwyun Oaks.
. 1. c. Ctral /AC. w=ode
4'S aone t. by oweMt. I.700.
a i aR a St.. a 2-auM.
SAVI 141.11
Oe OCS r3 law.am, 3 bath.
esntr oeet, bulk in Utchs.
tai las town. Po. fr UnF .

FORDYCE

Features
Wealthy
yo. ft, ehue .wl l vieW rich
nmare in comfort and lvablIlt)
Th lare living rooae is ilvsn
a cowar sir by the fireplace
AlsM the lovely bedroom.
lus kitchen with trite
aei roao. Thuis ckirming
tw story Cloehlul Ionurround.
d by a beautiful IaIwn abound.
IB c I camella bushes. CaU
rFOioce & AssocurAT,
INC.* f m ,
House Proud
"u etn ad will be with this
*" t**'.A bedroom hinmen,
Wi platUn fdr Ntru livablllty.
c panelled lIvlr-
*r m-d celtln3
eMki ut a a very airactlve
.., family reom with
adjoaing patie ea a gay kit-
chaM will make ymo truly proud
oR this aeM. contact FOR.
OYr eS ASSOCIATES. IN.
a N ,C N
Living Room
lniie ad outside. Liability
In agotte describesiti siramp-
tam. aour edroo rtie bth
hMe. A lovely living room
everlookla a vry attractive
Ipes. haiplr trta. eur-.
resisde by lush ladscaping.
aim a lag n betia kitclsn.
tflits iseeing to il your
orgy am. Excellet low
dewB payment and moanhly
teens to wlit your budget.
CALL FORDYCE & ASBCO.
IATES, INC.. W1I.

FORDYCE

ASSOCIATES,

INC.
Mulilap utiding
Ms. Graoe Fdyo Br oker
Mrs. Mary Meetle. Broker
Mr. E W. Moeller. Assercate
Mrs. Harvey Basmt. Associate
*M Wet Uiveshuiy Avenue
7-12M


Important New Sign in '64

Homes by Kirkpatrick & Pierson

You'll find stickers with the above message on all furnmoces in
new '64 homes in Highland Court Mor-another in a long
list of significant improvements being made continuously by
Kirkpotrick and Pieon.
What it means, of counr. is thot all new '64 homes hove fur.
noces which will accommodate a central air-conditioning unit
for your added comfort in the summer. Ask about it today-it
con be installed at any time.
* Ovn 20 Meod M, Pried Frm
$12,00 to 17,250

* VA aMd FHA App ed

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Aeecilte with John M
Service.

35 Hmes for Sae
W NI VA DIVM OA eel
viat No-BMy mn r, XW
setie. 3-o-bath. Fleordi
oMd. disia eem. 1. kitelhs.
lag Patle harwood Ser.
sewr heatl air ceuadileaog.
Db. earpert. e I. Ltutle
w Aod a Wdewod Schoolea
Phase ra 6"Is; aitar 4 p.m.-
a Ba calln f al 2
NK.E 3 BI, I bath bome for sale.
I Ibull-ila tr-ondiltaiser, c-
tras Mal, patl membs kp,
quity l$10i wI d arrgintn or
5 3 O NE lthl Dr. CaU
FR 2-44I3 n aPnip
I&AVINGL ow. MaUI a
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pon wit g storage. Central
leet, Locatod ai Ncte aih:'
borhnd Onl- y 0U 41,
in.e t11l40 5 pe twoo
Mortigae. Shown b. appaiMt-
meet Ii 2-25-M

J.W.
Kirkpatrick

NPlTtiT'ET is the l-aties *at
tis diesirable thre be o ido
to bath home with pack"
famdy ow. hard d
floors. modern kietchea.
themdtoastcallr a n
trtlled heat, trel. ad
a well thtdnatped
let Pnrced at
SIS.No go
A mo attractive hoe wih three
belmrels, two bath, l the
Nortkwsl Mdsekn. Thil beme
is pried at les, tba ;.
M006 and has may at.
tractive leatureo as-
luing waled pal6.,
fitreplace., md wi- I
ds room Out lof
tIWd owear M1-
lou t sell
t p are mrlersiead n la pti .
ea a home to >).w reqaire.
mo.s, we oifer a taw bed-
resm. two and oa* haif
baths house that ramosaul
310M square fel et as
ac4e. 5, hsd it
Is the NorIhwes
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a ASSOCIATES
Mo *Vtthiaans Irane ,snunl
CapI. VW KReac. tIA, et.

McKinney

Green

Deoton
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A Delightful
Surprise:
Awsastal an imaplastihe wr
Is thIs 4 B R bath kome
appointed with eoellMet ta-.
tlre. exclusive arthwed
location. large well imadesaped
lot. L R witsh paneled weed
umrnal fireplace, plus a -*
tertaliamat room, man than
22M sq. fl of extrardlnary
Ihaml space and i et m etly
related for graulou wMias. Be
the next lawr aI tid. "Te.
day's" hoeate 1 a neighborhood
wlih interesting people ad
places m arby. Sh by ap-
paoLtmmeI anly wth d cKIN
NEY-GREEZN. INC.


Parental Appeal
A fate plamc to "ng a
rhl&dr" a home coIndur-
tire to happess fet al the0
faMil. A aitbg where mgd
schools, OWd allen and
a cda and h echy Mlreni
maW Contribute to 4rna I
familyli ti Call us hr d-
tall this alttractle 3 B.
R. 2 bath Fla m bem on
Urgef coretr tot pfed

Your Pocket-Book
Is trutald im Is ticto Iw
*fertls: 3 B. 1 1 bath
ia the NE btloMt. tie Ther
a II I l both hlese i lte
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AsOCIITUS
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N. H. Parrish. Aslor ealfmt
Member MuLtFi LebUting
BY OWNER leavlag lown. mu:
ail. BR, 2 bath., WC hee,
uall dea paym M 38HN
la Pe Ph. m13.
SPECIALL GtER
h.3IeM m dews a M maW.
3 Bedmom, I bath. ranei
pth. Air ctVdlftr TV we:
itans. Near Stbheg lame
ad eheol. N.E. fPohe'
NI, MNar Ultwod ah,
l ewr. oed AedreU 3bath.
Luarg futllry eipped fUles,
apriea dlagi rest, Ialu'
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tfret hd tre tatwoa. Z%
par tare. 2wt S a. ft. t
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Lov use2a, -701a1
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prt* Ims. On B ases man
Sw Monthly paymto $ 15
clut oweMr. Fea l 4
Dotlr mot Mo L 4mI cBr
2 beth hom. Ceatral air efl'
tusaf& Mad beat. 11,10. LOB
r TV Mtems. dfldfti
Me. igm tatit dug
to42 lbmm & at MI
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240 ACRES
50 Acres e ro-teab U '
sat pafture with beMMu-e a
cromted Co. "W Wi hl* i
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DAN BYRD) AGCVtY. IC. i
REAL SlATE R(S&UAYCK
MORTOAGE LOANS
ASSOCIATU-
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; Inspect This Model Today and Compare!

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*iakeSofrflectrK). LUke@ mew K & P h hKe OaPur cenItel li6.
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e 1140 squse f fee andeeed g w ees doeus geM.9epSt&al

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FOR FINE HOMIS


Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors


Wamer WGmmman
J. W. Kirkpatrik lteaty
MclCmney-Geme-ODsmn
John Merrill Agency
Tom Oobon Agmeny
Wieb 1islhop, ISI
M. M. Parrsh & AiMA


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VETERANS:

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Hme At H.C.M. Fw As LiUt As

1 MWN md74 PR MONTH
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tm $ 1a 6 or"a".Ph*" U00a Icda *,.o offic
lit 11spare a" vailaie" for 0.00 ,
Sm .th Cad FORDYCE & AS-
St Mieth raer SOCIAT.s5 IeC. 37S-123S

OW KOtnda Rwd. P'ub ________________
t 1-1. Mrs. Akndero.
S CHAIN
Sl O@ige-Dsk Sowe DEALERSHIP
W. e a re l ie for the he t
1W. UivrnUY An. time a old u t tried and rue
t ample apatin oin- food item with an wirel' nr
Iat leaitim $125 e Ph approach S, ed hbe bigger
rI r.. Warnr Wumas. than HOT DOGS OR H1AM
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54 BerMicm tBat .ppoinmen
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I mo hm. i Adelt. I bick i ad, Iea fshe tb
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X. Ca l FRh a. 0 a dar eow. c at a 4 oral l St.
may, l U tays slr 4- S- per mehF A tBr e, PhoneF -
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I= SW 3 M Aw. TwMAtoru SM et A Alm for sale
ra e I 0sl s m be imt-. 2 t. 2 rCapor s -
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M boom a aM h 60 I Bs m a.1t2-1 hr 1 L M L
I W -'VS. 'm --d 2I nd. MARuitablqeb h mo I
ft. ll6403 -r A or s a t le person. SE J 2 NW
sub Il Ns IS. f ilih TeTrr. Pham 376-51s
4 OOM bhou. S Per ma outh. FM.
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IN w"t coPar-hase y g.e FunFR 417. M Efererem .e f ta ,
saw both vernts of thi -- wltolU nl kd a
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ve crp aue. eay to o i FI ai.. I iBLi. l r o MOO ofwil lth ,rivit .
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Prdige PaResn ml: G*t saa ag nIoM m se wti.nens67 orrFi a.
ihs 4L I. 1. Ab. -i. Ike. Ue week. FR''f=1oInF3=
ites 32 ais s-nch abde. 2 0MDper stove fartlabe3 0 11t -
shmttaee In S nSa y r p m ll6 I N.W. lh CMFORTABLE freat m rem.
U. patters- a m 13g tow for .Imad w en rs w ob .,ouucs, r Is
lMes'see .- cea Te e *R Ol st mrn. M as alaes ha.
paicly p as. Assf s 5, Au hdam ara*ai -n tla. Pha.Gooma only.ra t.

kg asS socl h.. dml k 11.B. j W I. 2 bath a t Na i-

Isk ? ches ; damOR iYCEREN WALS: W. OI r. L s 1
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1 Ell OOM, Ucia alml t dia- I 11.. Pcn trIal. Fbr man t1.. o
1ZONE. 21 as d SI NUMat IM S.L.R 4oret m ,w a 6 NICE Mtn Cla ine private
TIRtaPIER PATCaF R21 .omova Re ltrAL: a Dlb s.an
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gm ideas in se ID N. e a Available for rewt: A I FR-a P-
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pl~ (W ir). Utiltr appi" nI e l. (. S b t. Mar G ep Day. epeMd kit
45 furnished. 7 NW 1c whe ad ballE a P 5 B. th h i ly pr-
S o a tai ble or ptsh ben ro ate. e wely ay a *nt
hemr cShIC pot 3ta infleame. bus Walim4-



t.urrnl ndmor SHADOW LAWN |
Iap AttM. f oE.pp d l A pt $iW p motFo
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Il sises Catral iheat
ir OAltliontn \p e panNel
i plenty of Parking paer
wil neglotlatc a rental price
suit You. Call]
ER.NEST TE REALTY
211 NW 131h s i -t37-i


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for large 2.4 acre
wooded tracts
LOS TRANCOS

WOODS
Gainville's Newet and
Finest Sulburoa
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* 2.4 Acre Tracts
* County Taxes Only
* Utilities Available

Easy Terms
Restricted Homesites


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RADIO TO BE



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JUST GUESS THE WEIGHT
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IN THE BUILT, IN TAPPAN
OVEN IN OUR MODEL

HOME!
This is a popular repeat. Due to overwhelming re-
spon to lost Sunday's block-guessing contest, we're
gvng away another GE. portable transistor radio to-
day Oa 5:30. W 'II be cooking a delicious turkey
our model home just guess its weight Neorest guess
wins the radio. Lost Sunday's winner was Mrs. Ken-
nth Kidd of Goinesville.

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look alike. A home uld be more than jut a
shelter. A home should be somewhat different
from other homes and reflect its own per-
sonality : i
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'62 GMC

$1695
MILLER-IROWN
100 Uliv. An.
FR 2-1582



PAUL K. IKa)
BOWMAN

m.rrlnaig In m 10I
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Rmdent of Golnes vilk
Cw Club.
Resident of Gainesville


WE AUREUCEIVING FRESH SHIPMENTS
OF NEW RAMKERS WEEKLY. A GOOD
SUCTION OF ALL MODELS.
Co In for th hue deal on America's
Fime New Car, for 1964
IG CAR COMFORT
SMALL CAR ECONOMY
LOW BANK RATE FINANCING
"THE DEAL OF THE YEAR ON
THE CAR OF THE YEAR"
Cip he oupons from your magazines, then drop by
and win yuVnlf one of thousands of prizes!
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.


1132 Set MlSt.


Phme FR 2.1-43


We've THROWN

THE BOOK AWAY!
PMCS WAY IILOW 00K VALUII


WITH


Tropical Pontiac
a I 1EEN IER. Sport wagon, 4-speed
tram., radio, heater. I owner. Extra
dm% low mitod e.
%*Pdc Our Price $2000
S W UM smdon, radio, heater, one
QW. Cint low ilefHae.
eek Priee $1640 Our Price $1600
62 PONTIAC Catalina Sedon, automatic
transmission, radio, heater, air conditioned,


am wert, low moge.
eAk icI S220


Our Price $2100


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1962 KAWMANN GHIA. Ex.
caliw condition. Call 376.
8392 after 8.
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SpeciL of te WnkWd
1 CWIYAIR. '95' pickup truck,
4*4pLd b -lmion, radio, heater, mechonkally
Ink d "4 I or, new pint job.
lk $11 Our Price $900
Z MWNZA, Corvair coupe, 4-i peed trons-
mision, radio heater, wire wheefls,.I -Owner.
Low mileage.
leek Price $157 Our Prie 5$1500
2 AUSTIN NALY Sprite, convertible, ex-
tra claM, one owner, low mileage.
Nee ot $1165 Our Prkce $1100
OI IN DAILY TIL 9 p.m.
OPEN SATURDAY TIL 6 p.m.
OPN SUNDAY 1-5 p.m.
60 PLYMOUTH 2.dr Sedaon, automatic,
transmleimon, radio, heater, V-8 engine, I -
Oegr, low tlep.
lk PrimMO Our Price $700
59 PONTI, Star Chief Vista, automatic
tranmluion, power string, brakes, radio,
healtr. 1.0wmr. low mileage.
lekPgie $1175 Our Price $1100
59 OLDSMOILE, 2.dr '88'. automatic
teamniion. V-8 engine, power steering,
poer brake 1 owi, low mileage.

6 o es i a Kd i 6 COUM U0leMG21
. o Pom Jrry
M Irl, Te M ,ed. Cork* Ralom.
PUM IW, a oulomnisc hw oss ,
Cow Mlicilm, radio. heolmr.
Wk I oowr dlee $1000O
5 UA!t4 af&-p sedan, fully quip-

57 PLMO r hadp ecoue, V4 engine


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NOTHING DOWN
With Good Credit
TOO MANY TRADE-INS
GOT TO MAKE ROOM
58 English FordrZepher
53 DeSoto
53 DeSoto
57 Ford,4-dr.sedon, V.8
59 Ford, 4-dr. don, -8
56 Ford, Sto.wg.,V-8
57 Olds, 4-dr.sedan
Ye, we have MwU modal a So m u sb ies don.
CRANE
LincolnuMercury
OIt's Esy to tda at Craw mone -Muay Ca."
511S. MAIN ST. iLull


TREMENI

2 CANILAC. Fleetwood
sedan. Factory air & fully
equipped. One owner. 24,-
000 miles. Exclusive Fleet.
wood styling & inteior
appointments. O lympic
White over Laurel. List
nw abt $7500
$4295

6 CAMILLAC. Seden Deo
Vile. Factory air. O
White with 0 De
Ville black & white inter-
ior. 4 window hardtlop
model. Oe owner. Sold &
serviced by SG. 23.000
actual mile. List new
$6150.

I CAILAC. Caarti-
ble. Factory air cond.
White. ck tethe. One


Vr. Factoy air. Full
powet Whil.


Fudy *r. lIi0.. *at-
m Rom over White.


Ville. Fe air. Fu
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FOR THIOMECT
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Fl 2-1411
CoumwOI
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S:(bodpg-Dor-odg Trucks)
IIIt! liwA.. 7


2.441


' RAMBLER
STRADE-INS
ARUEaaN S 0TTlECAU
i RA|ii t 4-dr Sedan, autoamlic tnsmian,
ro ho, "t. re, clinging seats. Executive car. 5000
mnlps. N. Sold for $2878. Now only .... $215


61 RAMILR i
al* = ln MU ud





i 1taje pl ?r Ca n t
$795
59 M&CURY
$895


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5i CAIELLAC
4r atsu. sweame, aW

beter. pb s i-r da
-nk% ae io4iad. Ua
twu


62 FORD
Lab a* Flia blem N V4
im. t& Us ha Taft .

61 METRO
belif. WWU wan WIN.
$695
60 FALCON
16& 8 B. aimin k kMM
$795
60 RAMBLER
Coke 44r. dso A
madte rat, hea, ar k e,
dmmla& alflvdual thiw
$1095
59 RAMBLER
4* c. C.a 01r E-S
Wasmu ex. tra i slt r.le
aoe lsimaim. anto, ebf
$89"
59aCHEv
Was Debm. OfHar.
sart triamlsUkLei U
Jaw.
$895
57 CHEVY
4r. alS UM wagon. V4.
asmatoiu, rate, hbeut.
$695


NO DOWN PAYMENT
58 FORD $34 Mo. 57 DODGE $23 Mo.
58 PLYM.$32 M. 57 R.mir $29 Me.
57CHEV. $29Me. 57 fo .. $32 Mo.
57 BUICK $32 & 55 BUICK $26 Me.
55 CHIV ..$29 M&
klfm bIa y Md M ... CHICK l w se*ci
df iMe ed tn w bk flaamiag. MaMyf ercm
- e be hbo* dowm payment.
RIlWAY MOTOR CO.
11325. Miin St. FR 2-8433


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i


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haf eSport n dwt F



dmn. Factory air

$2995
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aWi4 & brake

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Factory air. Tanm Imn
dao interior. Onw ot

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$2095

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Auto trant. 17.000! miles


CHIVOLETS

ED TAG SALE

IMMB'ATI DLIVIRY
O95t18.a M .fp.l .


Im9paa Coupe
AS LOW AS
$195DOWN $73 Mo


Impala Convertible
AS LOW AS.

$195BW"0 79M #AM


Malibu Coupe
AS LOW AS

195 DOWN 70 P Mo.


$19


Mona Coupe
AS LOW AS
DOWN &$ 67 P


ER MO.


fIdeAir Sedan
AS LOW AS

$195DOWN 78PR Mo-


-atB& G


a Ml

sedan.


6pa,

-V-8.A
gran .


Pftw
Low in'


m6P
64 k



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RCURY. Monterey
Factory air power
6 brakes. Electric
no owner. 20,000
Very clean
$2095
ID. Gilax. Htop
Factory air. Power
I & brakes
$1295
OD. Station wagon.
Auto trans. Light


Spyder Coupe

195 DOWN 78 t M


$1495
$11CURY

$11"


S Sttion wag-
witlh mistandd ttM
$me
$8"


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mF1on mhr
aded. Fact
control
$35m


PAL
yp a*-
oly air,


"C" CWa m
w w. ON=~


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Chevy II Super Sport
AS LOW AS
*195W-.O* l
Every car advertised is in our stack now for
Immediate delivery subject to credit op-
pNoWt, mW finance dealseee pGVd in 30
ll e a increased.

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SAVE
UP TO


ALL PRESERVICED FOR ON 3 0 0
ALL PRE-SERVICED FOR ON THE SPOT


DELIVERY


62 CHEVROLET


Wogon, 8, power steering, power brakes,
radio, heater, air conditioned, automatic
transmission. Green & Green


12095


61 FORD


8. 2-dr. radio, heater,
White and blue.


Ford-O-Matic.


61 FORD


8, 4 dr., radio, white and light


61 BUICK


4-door, hardtop, radio, heater, power steer-
ing, power brakes, power windows, air con-
ditioning. Automatic transmission. Blue


1245


1245


12145


60 FORD


Foirlone 500. 4-door,
Heater, power steering,
White and gray.


cruise-o-matic
air conditioning.


1095


SATISFACTION GUARANTEED


12-MONTH
SERVICE PLA
LOW DOWN
PAYMENT
EASY TERMS


60 T-BIRD


dio, heater, power steering, cruie-o
tic. Air conditioning, white and blue


60 FORD


4-dr. 6, Fairlone. Radio and heater. White
and bke


1695


$945


59 OLDSMOBILE
4-Door, 88. Automatic transmission,
power brakes, power steering, radio and 1 14 5
heter. Solid White


59CHEVROLET


waon. haner,
Vfi


SrmpoUSE -


$945


L.2,7


MORE AUTOMOBILES ON


PRECEDING PAGE


DOOGE DART Md.n

1t&* ,..$519960
'5-'A OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
*oole-Goble Motors


I NOI


GAINESVILLE


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CITY AUTOMATIC
TA MISSION

'cACARPfrrrs


14" &i. k


THE SOUTH


LARGEST
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TRANSMISSION
SPECIALIST


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Suuwq, Uet 9, 1964


,. HAWU WERS MOTOR C9.,
wsr es minu eq.w
W" IIRTA YOam
Fe e m -g Jamm"y Owr Ganskeet Meshl
Nw cr aM we tmeedl hM I owfee v ear sed caB let a
JAMMED WITH GREAT SAVINGS! and
If ye M Don't I e eeM lw, low pIcne .. .

MAKE US AN OFFER!
SPLYM. 2-dr. T, Fury, PS, AT R & H. V-8, 6,000 miles W95
a VALIANT,4-dr, V.200, A/T, heater, beautiful brig m d$195
6 IMPRIAL,4dr, Crown, PS, PB, A/T, A/C, R&H, Pw Seat INS
6 AMERICAN, 4-rA/T, heater, 9,000 actual miles .. .i-$1445
63 SAA,i *2-dr, 4-speed, radio. heater, like new ...........$195
62 COMET, 4-dr, A/T, radio, heater, real sharp ....... $95
62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr, radio, heater, V-8, nice .......... 125
61 OLDS,4-dr, PS, PB, R & H, A/T, Sharp ............. $1795
61 CHEVY.-dr lmpolo,rodio, heater, a real beauty ......S. $15S"
60 CHRYSLUR 4-Ir HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, A/T, block 511W
60 PONTIAC, 4-dr, PS. PB, R & H. one-owner. sharp ......$195
60 OLDS, 2-dr, A/T, heater, real nice car ............... 1195
59 CHEVY, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, V-8, Impola $195
59 IMPRIAL,4-dr HT, PS, PB, A/T, R & H, A/C, Nice ... 4$1795

$AVE $$ FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS $AVE $$
6 DIRECT FROM DETROIT 6
I 3 0 0IY1., 2-d. HT, Newpot, A/T, PS, P9, A/C .... $139$
63 IMIAL, Cmwn 4-, HT, PS, P, R & H, A/T, A/C, S579 3
4 63 VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr, A/T, R & H, PS, grean ....
0 63 VALIANT, V-200, 4-4, A/T, R & H, PS, white ........ $19
63 PLYMOUTH, 44r waon. PS, R & H. A/T, rock .....
0 CERTIFIED MILEAGE 0
5-Yer, 50,000 Mile WMarnty
SAVE $$$ SAVE $$$


SECOND CARS


57 CHEVY, 4-dr Wagon, PS, PB, A/C, A/T, V-8, Nice ....5685
51 FORD, 4-dr, heater, runs good .....................$295
57 FORD, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8,sharp ............... 495
57OLD4-drwoon,PS,PB,R&H,V-8,sharp ..........$395
60 LARK, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, sharp yellow finish ..... $695
60 LARK, 4-dr Sedon, runs real good ................... .$595
57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr HT, A/T, R&H,V-8 ..............$495
57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8, sharp ........$495
58 FORD, 2-dr HT. PS, PB, R&H, A/T, V-8 ................ $595
54 CHIVY. 4-dr, a real good buy at only ................. $295
51 PLYMOUTH, 2-door, aone owner ..................$195


SEE:


Pete Compton, Whlbur Sligh, Frank Gray, "Mac" McCullough

Hawes.Powers Motor Co.
312 N. Maie ShMUt Telephone FR 6-3400


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64 HILLMAN MINX,
only 3,000 miles...............$1095
65 FALCON, Convertible,
how room condition ...........$2245
63 CORVUTTE, Sting Ray, ........ $3995
See b Iews"
STRAPIEST, LeMns, 4-speed trans. $2295
6 ALFAROMIO,extclean .......$2495
62 AUSTIN HEALEY, 3,000 Mark II,
Roadster, wire whees, overdrive .$1995
62 CHEY., Convertible, automatic,
PS, R&H, nice ................$2145
62 MERCURY, 4-dr., automatic, PS, PB,
A/C,R&H. oneowner ..........$2195
63 MERCURY, 4-dr., automatic, PS, PB,
A/C, R&H,. 11,000 miles ........ $2295


62 CHEV.. 4-dr. Impola, automatic. PS.
A/C. R&H, like new ........... $2295
62 CORVAIR, Monza 4-dr., automatic.
radio, heater.............. $1795
62 VALIANT. 4-dr. V-200. radio, heater.
extra clean................... $1295
62 TRIUMPH, TR-3, just Hke new ... .$1795
62 FORD, 4-dr. Galaxie 500, automatic,
PS, radio, heater ..............$1895
62 T-BIRD, automatic, PS. PB. A/C,
R&H, power windows .......... $2895
61 CORVAIR,700 4-dr., low mileage .51195
61 CORVITTE, 4-speed, extra clean ..$2895
61 VAUANT, V-200, automatic trans-
mission, radio, heater ..........$1195
61 MERCURY, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic.,
air cond.. PS. R&H ...........$1695


61 OLDS. "98" 4-dr. hardtop, PS, auto.,
A/C, PB, R&H, 1-owner ...... $2295
61 CHRYSLER. Newport, automatic,
PS, PB, A/C, R&H ............. $1795
61 FALCON, 4-dr., radio. heater .... $1195
61 MERCURY, 4-dr. wogon, auto.,
PS, PB, A/C, R&H ............$1795
61 FORD, 4-dr. Galoxie, automatic.
PS, A/C, R&H ................ $1495
61 DODG Lancer 2-dr. hardtop, auto.,
R&H ....................... $1145
61 CADILLAC, SKlon deVille, fully
equipped ....................$2996
61 SIMCA 4-dr. sedon, no down
payment needed ............. $299


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61 FIAT, Spider ................$1195
40 CHIVROUT. Convertible, auto.,
radio, heater .............. $1599
60 PONTIAC, Convertible, automatic.
radio, heater ................$1495
60 CHEVY, Impola 4-dr. sedon, automatic
transmission, radio, heater. This the
cleanest one in town!.......... $1795
60 VOLKSWAGEN, Kormann Gio ..$1395
40 T-BIRS. Ay equipped ........ 41995
60 FALCON, 4-dr. wagon, auto.
radio, heater ................. $1195


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59 CHEVY, station wagon, Brookwood, 4-dr.
V-8 engine, auto. transmission, radio,
heater ......................$95

59 TRIUMPH, TR-3 .............. 1295
59 BUICK, 4-dr., automatic, radio,
heater, PS. PB...............$1195
59 PONTIAC, 4-dr. Catalina, automatic.
PS. PB, radio, heater...........$1195
58 CHEVY, Station wagon Brookwood, 4-dr.
V-8 engine, auto. transmission, radio,
hWter ...................... $95


58 RENAULT, Douphine ......... $495
57 FORD,4-dr. hardtop, automatic, PS,
R&H, no down payment ........ $495
57 BUICK,4-dr.,.automatic. R&H, PS,
PB, no down payment .......... $595
55 FORD, 2-dr. sedan, auto., radio,
heater, V-8, no down payment .... $295
55 FORD, 2-dr ................ $295
49 CADILLAC, Xtra clean. See Sndy $495


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