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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 10, 1964
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stda Ja r High Pr.
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Prd aand A
The five project rop ae:
Group 1 East Gainile
sewer e imO and central
Group Two new fire ta-
bos and equipment, diy ha,
p e w s headquarters and


Mray apaiwon.
Grup -Ma-brorugare
system, sdewt revolving
d, street pt revolve
fred d and o parking.
Grout 4-Two new recreaMtio
cmters, park deveo t and
pur e of ive new park sites
Group 5-Storm drainage I
pIvmtx.


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88th Year No. 163


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1964


NEWSSTAND PRICE 10e
Oni wt DAILY AND SONDAy
OME DCUVmUD U


An Unhappy Landing


Two


Women


Killed


In


Hy


Eighth


Fatality


Of Year
By HAROLD RUIM
SI Sta Wier
HAGUE T wo wmen died
hk a head collision on mU. &.
441 am here yesterday, udg
ig Alachba Cm try's are
high traffic dth n still high
*f.
They were he uty's sew.
oth ad edbish s fatal&


m bytm ha the aim eca. ed irj r Wuy vwha O(h Com 10 broke a
whq sad fled ever uas M wasa isl yesterday afteMie at Stagl Fiwi
wet of Galavl ea the Archer Raud. A a Ia quickly ws -pdeWto Ploti the
* craft was James ward Buda, a 2q-yarm UnIraity Sta He wa treat-
ed at the J. HiUif MflHealth Cater fw eats as ifertwl (Sm ao by Tom-
my Lewis)


FEC Freight Is Dynamited


In Worst Violence of Strike


MIAMI, Fa. (AP) Invest-l
ptors sought today to track
down saboteurs who dynamited
a 1-car freight train and a
work train derrick of the strike
haruMd Florida East Cost
Ralmway.
No one was injured in the
ats Sunday--0 mis apart-
w h mcaued damage estat
ed by W.L. Thornto, the car-
rier's chie operating officer, at

SRep. Holley

In Race For


Governor


TAUASEB (AP) Rep.
OMlR Hof tdey PmN
Ua4 aUianS bia cmamy



mN emm mis we' I
hI b the Rpei fAi M tS
a -ptaeaof aN prim it-



Sea.t p s
I i.b a wanl -o cwrn

Now buow mte MdLI-

L RrflhwM d et Mkw ow

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more than $0,.
"It was diniely sabotage,"
T'hornto said. "I m ot imply.
nag the unins are to blame. No
ioe imows at this tie who did
this."
Gorge ghy, cef lgot
aor for the U siing umioa ,
said "we kow ab-ote
Ing about iL" He aid unim
members had been wared not
to resort to violence.


I


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The sabotagep was the worst
dired apinst the 577-milek
raslad, which operates be-
twee Jaksmoville and Florida
City, soAth of Miami, since the
nonoperatlg unions struck Jan.
23, WI. Railroad officials said
there aw ban 1i lackldeUts.
An alarm was broadcast for a
blk 14 Chevrolet reported
ee drivg away from the
ares aut e time of the aM
plae.
effutlleors made plnt-
(Se fWC a Page 2)


lPikeb Tie Up
rk at Cape

SiP MO. via a
s tainS t lMeuit Iaon


j dhi- wm est.
ky S a nra1d today
SU tb rames s Mue
aptohre bNaIm.l
tlls S b de Adb.-
km uess L^Un. elb


Teen-s

aJP.w -wm wf I

a Oame a ?ta-il
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441


By RKEIAD WHiNH
Cwles Walmg hrem
WASINGTON, D. C. People who listened
with qaiet waodimnb to President Kmenedy's a-


ammeuiat .awtio e
beleviin. October I
d tl omaear cobauefInb
w the SoviSet Uh wee
aware of the rsy be-
hind the esome
T1 curtar b has w bee.
rmawn back a little by De.
he Secret UdMcaman
i k tiuesy bore the Jotm


SanI


sdpeem


uea for I4 .* Aboic Energ. Hi M a fria ng story. Me-
Smm aara'as palie q*upta wererhaps ez-
S four p m had died a ated beeme his ta y3, be was .
at this time a year ago. aphlt nd e r asft crime. It was
Dud in yesterday oaomion ad t Mcarrierwemdedrattbtimeoftbe
are Adele-p l Ayp .>- .
Fas PuEW tf# n.srr 1$ hef Saa: "; l
Soterbid, a Uyewr S*d haid bedin wedhtbeiwftolobhSof
Keystem Bl s woat m eary sttip t d the d Wiesn
Is. b1i'S kno
drive of ot af, is i .
lous am tim a tAmeOni w
ral Hulialbm whk fd

H. Tr R Hoi

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Winhurn said ibm Foz car Ung their
prity mihe s hia l M bill
He sad si amts iited rammed tWA
the Form wma *pbawe fm Houingle on

saw the cream as idd ,U arittl
about fed fort the col ro al J
IsoL wm d at
Soulwt'f r left U f httfI
of skid maot. soAuWtiers,
The Fox gaobodedll cal dlies a
after the cra h. iLth Se5 nWgafinalt
had Car was u s qm The House
kocked a 4hi backi.n Ba e mmisinon epared Is
direct it was emurn taoL b t6etthe s
by sidte In diW ery. The M
"Tim w ReilecfionD flf
nrl t m sr e M aIn Ca
hadat beni at a ft Mater l (yre ntEi
Wiima a-I fns l d U WA -lrl M
Home .ins 6c m e 6- p 1
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pebr t er lbh
la urs fh her 7HIIB or
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Collision


Hemisphere. It was a tremendous operation. It
required both Air Force aircraft and Navy air-
craft to do it.
"We were short of each in the circumstances.
What else did we require? We needed escort
vessels. We needed patrol craft. We were very
short of patrol craft and are still short of what
I will call prol craft, escort vessels.
"We needed transport aircraft because of the
invasion that we prepared for and were ready to
undertake. We were so short of transport aircraft
that at Saturday night, at 10:3, on roughly N O
tober M1, I called up 14,00 citUizens and put
them into the Air Force and brought 400 trans
port aircraft that were obsolete into active duty
Ie order that they might be used to fly over Cuba
x hours later.
"What else did we need? We needed fighter
Sakqt support a mRuive invasion. We were
m* tdt o fighter aircraft. We moved them
ron a a rte count ry lato the Muth t area
and we were still short
(See CUBA a Page 2)



Use Struggling

Rights Front


In (AP) The
tody to cut off de-
dvil rights bill In
bring it to a final
Sbvy majority to
a talk against the
vw rights forces
gh a debate lim-
by 11-73.
I debate on the can-
b aity section
I p.a. (EST).
f i e b chiefly
mcld still cause
o delay in reach.
vote.
Iet early and was
it late In a Eort
rt ill toain al
t m40 waas what

rs oppolhaa made
airt to hMoek the
i4 be bil dariog a
mi Sawdray ad





eathln


i-st


make it unwieldy, if not una.
workable.
They also succeeded in using
up so much time the leader-
ship was forced to abandon its
effort to reach a final vote Sat-
urday night.
Republicans, who had hoped
to leave town for the start of a
week of politicking at Lincoln
Day rallies, tired to keep the
HK in session a night, If
necesuary,to pass the bill. They
failed, W31 to keep the leg.
latin session going and then
lost -175 when they tried to
block adjour ent
The long Saturday mssio
was marked by the first u.
cefdul attempts by Southerners
to am udiMt approved
over t be pertin forces sup
parig to be .
They o t uge Repki
help to add dicrimuaftioc
based o sex to die bls' ban
aphs agedrinanm in emn-
plyment beaem of race, rel-
glue uBrutal origin.
They iAn wu enough Repub
li.- report to eeampt reD-
Shoosa from coverage by
the popos and sumccesfully
apporied a ep c amend-
m-t that wed prevent amy
am#b. who reAfed to re
an athelt fos bDg charged
wilA dscriebade

Income


Tax Help
Available


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Bond Issue


Goes to


Vote


THE DAY THE U.S.

WAS CAUGHT SHORT


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Mmderi Fehmey 10. 19


A weather Roundup


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t and Tuesday. Low to.
Sa to ., high Tuesday
In. ti Variable 5 to 15 mile


A-C to partly eklm a
am-t teu., uand Trousm
C *d an d LOW a M a. a.
S& G-Partly londya .a mNU
thratS Tueday. Law tofthst 45
to I U h TUeSday war 7M Var-
ia&b 15 1 i3 mols wwins.
U I -PartIy cloudy and 1
to Is po wied. bomad. vauabe
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U-Party ehou a-a
ma y: Lsw Sight

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PROMINENT STARS

VISIBL PLANT
Jupt, abov Vam.


GAINESVILE WEATIER:l
Municipal Airport readings
for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today:
High 1 at 4 p.m. low 41 at
I a.m. No rain.
TIMPKATlUl aLUUInUI
L Pf.


a Ortheli S a4

S.- 47 ............
U o ll 47 x it

4:1 P.m. saw. a S .51
7:13 a.m. CZDAR KEY TIDES
I: atm. Tq-H7 h at 1:4 py.. Low at
- FOb. Ii T:e a.m. aid 7:l p.m.
WWMdav--ghk t a2:X A. and
1:2 p.m:. i:U p Low at r: :aJL a. r:M
VAS p1B. p.
I:6 M um ham cap er patsleis aM
Tooda.


Florida Five Day Forecast:
Temperatures through Saturday
will'average two to five degrees
below numal. Normal high .
range from 67 at Tallahassee to
77 at Weis Palm Beach and Mi-

MAore About


compete for the office in the
Nov. 3 general election
In his announcement, Hollay
described himself as a candi-
date "whi is willing to take a
clear, positive position on the ba-
sis of right and wrong and not
for reasons of political expedi-
ence, a candidate willing to de-
fend his ideas against all com-
ers.,
He blasted the Gov. Fards
Bryant administration as ith-
holding information about gov-.
enment from the people.
He said the people of Florida
deserved to know what their
debt was.
Holley said the people de-
served to know why the budget
Increased some S5 per cent ev-
ery two years, why industry was
afraid to move into Florida, and
why serious questions contin-
ued being raised about the op.
rations of the state road pro-


Four Missing

Off E. Coast


WEST PALM BEACH (AP)-
The Coast Guard and Civil Air
Patrol launched an air and sea
search today for four persons
missing on a plane flight f
Freeport, Grand Bahamas to
West Palm Beach.
he twin mngee plane, chaer-
eted by Terri Aviation en. of
Hollywood, left frepot Satu-
day night he Freeport ctmio
tower said it lost radio ctaB
with pot George MaV y, 5,
Miami, shortly after takeoff.
Others aboard the plame in-
ciuded Jack Watts. Jobh Stocee
and Bill Emery, homntowMns


am. Normal lows range from
44 at Tallahassee to 51 at Or-
lando, 59 at Miami and 66 in Key
West Some scattered showers
Ukely the first half of the week,
ay over the northern se-
tions.


Studies Latin
Military Effects
A study to determine the ef-
fects of the military on the po-
tics of five Latin American
countries is under way at the
University of Florida.
The university's center for Lath
SAmeric studies is develop-
Ing e scdue 't the PONflal
rank a IinArgwta,
Colombi, the Dominican Repu
lie, Mexico and Peru.
Dr. Lyle N. McAlister, director
of the center, said the work is
supported by a 31,00 grant
from the special operations re-
search office of American Unl-
versity in Washington.
Blame Boys
For Break.Ins
Five young boys were blanm-
ed yesterday for two weekend
break ins at Lake Forest Ele-
mentary School, deputy sher-
iffs reported.
lb boys names were with-
held.
Two of them are 10 years
old, two are 11 years old and
the fifth is 14 years old.
Tie break ins they're blam-


-ii iv occurred
S*rday nights.
taken in either I
- damage wai


Friday
Nothing
burglary,
s dome by


youthful intruders.
Landscape Talk
At Newbewy
NEWBERY -. Coit mp-
m of Cvan Nursery in
Gaamvi'le wiU he b gunl
sp er at the mothly meeting
of the Garda u Onde lIght
at Sin the Municipal Building


here. -
Lee Max other d Gege Thmps will qpuak = lad-.
amd co.owner of Tei Aviation, aptg.
reported the fouame mimg Monbers h e and
and said be "premed it crash- Cme rules hve been in-
ed at sea" ited as guests.


Term Johnson's


'Economy' a Myth


ByC.P.UWElk
WASHIMGTON tea t-b
pblu. mmim of ie Hee
Camme a Aprqpim
-a tmed PTMeat Jo.
so*ft wow Pled"go
pam fore t mut Ileta 9
a "th -
Jhee, tri te6atidedI
Iibu be tgnu
lNiues t alp s l -
iton al laMn u by
to sl't w*F dir -pw

d;-4t roe


== w-* m w.was


before the assanon ofi Pr.
ident Kenney, wNothe Jai.
ary estimate of $I.4 bam sb
mllwed by Pe d liS i
bk budge mrump
P, Jagmenoo
for te net HEal year. the -
prlea coteed, aelb for
sa baeean s d 0howeve
whet C- aglMSht m.
dPeri P Kum"sf h
fr as caret Steat year.
d T be 00CmI. N0-


U ws h dm below tk. a
s" Id~w F You"
I tLlKeJ boo' aujJ Par-

A-k Wel mH"T B I dhS


2 hleti ion


From Page 1
of Gaesd dhledectiafb u
Gainmewille City Ga nu
For -he pn tyr, Iit Onbha
my privilege to serve s mayor
"My decision to s" d agaii
asa candidate for t Gaines
vife City Com isn has been
made only after uch ld
searching. The am
programs that I lve actual
support these ps treeyean
have received t a rofi
hth etea Ga eN and
I bdelme iot Ga s ildd
ien w i tcoo m ta Qppove
these praciplesn d fan a
"Much remains to ib done,
and I should like to coim to
play part ieeinghat pro-
grams of benefit to the i-
ems of this City are carried for-
ward. I am confide that
Gainesville's voters il noat re-
tum control of the Cita's affairs
"My stands on issues
are matters of record.
"We have made u tial
progre in the p year in
many vital areas of at icC
ce .Communication and un
derstanding between the rae
S been steadily proving.
We are marching f ard in
our City's growth with
the general obligati bond is
sure which I believe the voters
will approve at tom ow's boed
election. le City's p nning de-
partment has been aoded
that we can better the cn.
tinuing needs for plan.
ning ad omning b o the
publi, ot the priva, interest
'"We have see a'
grow remarkably the last
twelve moo the first


time inthe City's story, we
have been in the top citiesof
the entire state in r volume
of building permits I pledge
to continue the polices d pro-
grams that have contributed to
tgrowth.s a.
"'lie slhimnatim oB the ases-
amic, inefticient,
form of city govevrunt as a
way of administer the City's
affairs continues to a "must"
All departments a 1 activities
of city government must be
brought together uer t di-
rection of the city nmo re
porting to the City emis
in accord with s buines
principle.
"But study has made It appear.
ent that de Ga has
reached pint sid-

administrition but to eal
charter yvis 1 pledge to
continue y effort to bing all
deparbudts of city government

to take aly ac r general
charter Wevin ap-
pointmn of a com it-
"WM sa B g need


for stud, and act in the fiek
of howin.
"We nust premfeward to
morrow pith the apva of the
bd ile to meet Pe mm
eeds O ur mic Co
munity. pledge npself to thi
f=nt d -nical ex
pSa i0 the is t an
9so vital qred the health
a a of a Fr clues.
,. bo~e
Wg ap be_ I Green Cown
4fl, a Ile saw mtseri
in NortAfrica, t France
It* d id GeOAy dsiq
Word Vr n and ps disndarg
ed with the rak maj.
was awrded r ne Sta
and tkCroi de Guaere with
Star ad Plms.
Them nror s ua ofS,.
ainv oy Cib loar
of and thm s

hwe b 1. boSb
e o
at d .h


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sn.k p..h f
A(*sAW a not^


dS
s


wadton


Urged


Publi E


On ,Dug


adi th i et l d fbrt
ddf ei a wen k
worhop at'Ite M
Forida h atday wil0apha

More Abour

Winn


Lecture


Tonight

On Hamlet


Dr. Robert B. Heilman,
chairman of the English depart-
ment at the University of Wash-
ington and widely acclaimed
Shakespearean critic and schol-
ar, will present a public lecture
hen tonight
The lecture, second in a
ar, will present a series spon-
sored by the University of Flor-
kida Department of English in
celebration of the 400th anni-
versary of the birth of William
Sakdpeare, is aetidl "What
Does Hamlet Know About Him-
self?" ad will begin at I pmn.
in McCarty Hall Auditorium.
Dr. Helman has published
two books of Shakespeare crit-
icim and has edited several
textbooks in drama and ic-.
tion. He also has published
more than 40 articles on the
najor figures of Englsh and
American literature.


After receiving his doctorate
English at Harvard,, he
at Louisiana State Uni
verity from IS4 to 19 I, a
which time he accepted thepo-
sition at the University of
Washington.
Three more public lectures
on Shakespeare Sl be pre-
sented in March during the
quadricentenial observance and
they are of general interest.
Dr. James G. McManaway,
of the Folger Shakespeare LI
Irary, Wash., D. C., will appear
here on March 16; Prof. Irv,
Ing Riber, of Thane Univ.,
will appear here March 23;
and Prof. Freds Bowers,
the Univ. of Virginia, wil ap-
pear here March a.


Brooker

Election


Tomorrow


BROOKER Brooker voters
wiu o to municipal election
pos tomorrow to ame a may
or, city clerk marshal amd
Mree town cm c member
iey should have dieiulyt
in deciding for whom to vome.
Thmer Is rlonly e ate f
each office to hbe filled.
Mayer M. 0. Harrel is seek-
g rlectio, iuppuIed, a
are City Clerk Iva Douglas and
aM Victr Jones.
he three kuhet m l -
men whe rms are expiring
Ssepping fdo n frm ee,
however. Ny are Guy Danret
Teny McDavi ad J. R. Mat.
Seeking te tEre eoncil vai-
a es are GC.. Green, L L
Gram and M. D. Brea.

Commission


Candidates


a a
aTo Speak

Ir ate aammm iat-
to Gesmd O*ic Adm Am,
amada W-fciiaj eght.
Odom Wb mil WO.
he amt is ple Iad
I. inm WatjI annthM edb
Al asmagad Mai"

*Hp an ase amw

bw l Wiat O.o



lhe dldP wS be Matm
"M. w bt


Cash Kills Two


Ir Bmephdic dumitoe etbe
md drop.
lb Wahop In Teh ie,
pom byd b one Cml-f.a
a Dm Sft, moe* ab
U7 SmdiS toMete fre thf
Wnt ale, cmkda Ea-
pe ad Asia to lJwe .ia
finatim a dre at e Cel.
lop d M mnei
They asw a sempain
to diatorage Indlmm ae
of drap not pratd by do.
tor,
Dr. Frmes 0. i r o f he
U. S. Food Drug Adain-
istration reted the work-
shop, first its kind, will be
the beginning of a long cooper-
ative effort between scientists
that will result in the solution
of m y of the problems of hu.
man birth defects caused by

Dr. Jmes G. Wilson, pro.
Ifew adnamy at the Uni
vety d Flo.ida and Dr. Je-
as wauny, proaIsr of p-
ainr at the Uniwity of Cin-
cimNtil, beaded the committee
which organized the meeting.


Morp About

Crash

From Page 1
Ashland, Va.; twom a ,PlW.
FinneganM CFals t Vt.,
and Walter Finnegan, Summit
N.J.; and two sist, Mr. Hel-
e Mason Blackstoe, Va., ad
Mrs. irginia Ray, A d, Va.
According to the 7
home, the Fox woman was a
traveling cosmetics salman.
Her survivors iWhid he
mother, Mrs. Geneive Flanders,
Wiandatt, Mich.; and a sister
Mrs. Eileen Swabby, also of
Wiadatt.


More About


Cuba


From Page 1
"What else did we need? We
needed airdefense for the south
ern area. We stripped aird
fee frm oderparts of
count to put down them. It
was not the nuclear powerpl
of the enterprise that was crit-
cal. Not in the slightest
"It was these other forces tht
were critical in connection with
Cuba."
Critical shortages of fighter
aircraft iitical shortages of
esb L veis. Exposur of Qe
northern part of the country to
air attack so the southern part
might be protected. For what?


For the invasion of an Island
only 0 miles away which was
at the time under the effective
military control of a missile
striking force from the Soviet
Union, but which was otherwise
defended by a strictly second-
class mlitia.


For at least a year prior to
this critical hour a Democratic
administration boasted that it
had corrected the military de
tficencies of the previous ad-
ministration. But it had not done
so, if MCNM'aa's testimony
was correct. We were not ready
to back up our policies by force.
This seems incredible to mem-.
bers of Congress who have vot.
ed for many hundreds of bil-
lions of dollars in national
security appropriations since
the Korean War. Since 1957 the
military expenditures of the De.
apartment of Defense alone will
have exceeded 35 billion by the
end of this year.
Yet we were not fuy ready
for an invasion of a poor little
island of 7 miion people, de
fended by militia nd a portion
of a Russian combat team. At
the same time we maMtained
our military posture in the rest
of the worMd.
It is perhaps wen that this
smiould be more widely under-
stood and then we can et ilo
better pect the practical
n tatiou of the uM of Ameri-
can military foree.
We may be, as M amaraso
often states. fuly prepared for
an alkult nuclear war'with the
Soviet Union. Bdt uerc&g or
wi In Vietn MaK a. Ca, P
ma, the CORI, is am r mat-
te. we duid become i.
ved 11n aa Asia it
twod be a major maler, a:d
w SW e as* be hid t,
oi,'s at ft t,

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Mardi Gras 'Frenzie'

Frowned on by Vatican


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By PAULN. mWUN
ROME -In a roadst be.
Dbwd to have beeo persomal-
ly paired by Pope Pal VI,
the Vatican radio warned Su-
day at a "of pleas-
-ure duf the las days oi


caivail
Chmvct Ie


aditnma o was aimed at thae
parts of the world where mar
di gras and similar festivals
are traditional atthis tme of
the year. New Orleans, Rio de
Janei ad mWany ie n cen-
tral d southern Europe are
Interatioally famous for their
camnil gity.
TRl carnival merrymaking I
Ro ms Catik cotres efds
oan f'luk y. lie day after-


wards Ah Wednesday, markt
ing the beginning f Lent.
Pope Paul plans a series of
pa atis and proounce-
mets to impress on Roman
Catholics the spiritual signifi-
cance of Lnt and to call for
austerity, Vatican aides said.


Vatican radio stressed that the
church "does not exorcise
pleasure" as such, but wants
pleasure of the body to be
coordinated with pleasure of
the soul." The broadcast con-
demned what it described as
"irregularities of fashions and
Instincts" that during carnival
revelries often "explode into or-
gies that may result in the
death of the soul."


Obituarie


RICHARD
USOUTHERLAND
Word hs been renewed nhr
of the death of RichardD.
Southerland, 9, at a Tanpa
hospital yesterday mor aer
a extended Ines.
He was a Florida native and
lived mot of his life it Alacils
County.
Survivors include his widow,
tToma Chapel here Wednesday
at 2 p.m. with burial in Ever-
green Cemetery.
Servivos include his widow,
Mary; two daughters, Mrs. Pat-
ricia McMurtury, P o mpano
Beach; and Susan Southerland,
Tampa; three sons, Martin, Pat-
rick and Thoma, Tampa;
Two sisters, Mrs. Lonin Gil-
lette and Lucile Southerand,
Miami; and two brothers, Ben
Arnow and Ed Southerland
Gainesville.


MICHAEL THOMAS


Melvin Hines and Kenneth
Thoma.
lTe boy was a native of Pal-
ata, but bhad lived in Brooker
for five years.
Survivors Include his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jem e omas,
and two sisters, Christine Mar
le and Jessica Leigh, allow
Brooker.


MRS. JOAN MORGAN
Services for Mrs. Joan Finley
Morgan, 24, SE 50th St.,
will be tomorrow at 2:30 p.m
at Jones-Johnson Chapel.
She died Saturday afternoon
at Alachua General Hospital
after an extended illness.
Rev. William Shea, pastor of
Highlands Presbyterian Church
will conduct the services. Burial
will be in Hillerest Memorial
Park.
She was born in Tipton, Ind.,
and lived here since 1960. Mrs.
Morgan was a member of HighI


Morg wasa me -ber ofgpth- wit it Y I ato.
funeral svices for nine- lands Presbyterian Church. IBartender Al Revan. on dut
year-old Michael Conner ho- survivors include her husband, inJoe's Bar 300 feet from the
m Brooker, who died Satur- Jack; three sons, Mark, Jimmy derailment, said "It sounded
mJderaikJ y et said "It sounded
day in a tractor mishap, were and Scotty, Gainesville; her like the whole building fell
at 4 p.m. today in New Hope parents, Mr. and Mrs. George down."
Baptist Church near his hone. Finley, Deland; a brother, Phil- He said "Somebody came run-
Young Thomas was a student ip Finley, Middletown, Indiana; ning through and yelled: 'Big
in the third grade at Alachia and two grandmothers, Mrs. fire. Everybody out' and they
Elementary School Irene Finley and Mrs. Winona all took off"-some without pay-
He was riding on a tractor Achenbach, Tipton, Ind. ing their bills.
with his father Saturday when Another derrick was ordered
the mishap occuret. The boy More About from St. Augustine, 300 miles a-
fell offthetractor and into way.Ore Itarrived about midnight
mowing machine attachment. Sunday
Officiating at his funeral ser. Railway passenger service to
vice were eve s W.P. Miami was not affected by the
I E LmParke, Fr Pagel explosions. The Seaboard Air
Willuam lom Faseral Home r o r age 1 Line Railroad also has tracks
was charge. Burial followed into Miami and all passenger
in New Hope Cmetery. Pal- Over-l, per cent of the trains have been operating over
bearers were franklin Cpe principals reported that up to 31 its line. The Seaboard tracks
land Rev. Alle Stuart, C. ent of their sdents mokeare some distance from the
habitually. Twty per cent FEC.
Shine Found, AI-d Per cant, 14 per cent e freight train engineer;
aid SO per ct, 12 said 4*4 Joel C. Stephens, 42, of Miami,
Mffan r ga~ Per cent, and 1A per cent said told investigators the explosion
*8 per cent. went off directly under his cab,
A Several princpa rep detonated by the heavy engine.
A Ga lne ilt mis was h frt by students o Idic.- The blast drove two six foot
a lroft ssevsitheir am es fro lengths of rail through the en-
momol .i S O seM ing g s cowcatcher. The cab
f hisn mre y y. Leslie D. Wells, icipal at windows were shattered and
S man is l y acle Wedt AMnhorage. Ak. High the headlight was blown off.
2, s NE lihra e. said,"A w honor plan no- The train was traveling about
Agets id fty flmd 'W e e ot g ca gp this year miles an hour and waspre
ab at lhNt battiea M tended to dheagebe e b ced i by a station wagon modi.
led. and eu ow t r mmsts uden t fled to travel on rils. This is a
A pi jm ga W a n tli1t 1s 1 fa1o Ily does not me 'ity measure instituted after
ao t a f l *o was kthe e ople of hi school violece flared in the strike.
had-Aainft baiNfofle O l1 d mB1 e. Speaking Giil|
s s hem, s f1er 1d f18ao gIm sit, is workig Griemnl Son
i- f l d ot0. I1Picty." S Mudg. and ow morn.


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From Page 1
er casts of a tire track found
near the bridge. They also re-
ported finding a small tool
which might have been used to
dig a spot under the rail to hold
the dynamite charge.
The first blast shattered the
night at 1:37 a.m. (EST) yester-
day as the southbound freight
train crossed a 15-foot high
wood and steel trestle over 01-
eta River near busy U.S. I in
North Miami Beach.
The 500000 pound locomotive
cleared the bridge, then careen.
ed from the rails and plowed up
track for 200 feet. Four cars
speared west across Dixie High-
way and smashed through a
coral rock wall into Greynolds
Park.
Freight cars tumbled crazily
into the river. Thirty-three piled
up behind the locomotive. One
of these was a tank car carry-
ing 20,000 gallons of volatile
methane gas. Firemen said ap-
parently the methane tank rup-
tured and sparks touched off
leaking gas, creating an infer-
no that destroyed most of the
33 cars.
Other cars contained tarred
roofing paper, paper napkins,
hay, canned goods and a ship-
ment of Easter candy.


The second blast occurred at
5 a.m. across town in the rail-
way's Hialeah yards, where the
work train derrick was being
stoked up to assist in clearing
wreckage caused by the first
blast.
The explosion ruptured the
boiler of the work train, the
FEC's only derrick car in South
Florida. Police said dynamite
apparently had been placed in
the boiler a booby trap to pre-
vent its use.
Had the engine gone off the
tracks to the east, it would have
torn through a tavern crowded
wlitk fh 20 anli mofrning natronrtf


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Reception Given By

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university of Florida Pue&
dent J. Wayne ate and Mrs.
Rels gave an informal reoep
tio Saturday temon to bo
r four new members of the
Afdlitrative Councdl ae d
their wines.
The pQ whicMh knor-
ad Dean ad Mr Tomas L.
Martia Jr., Directr and Ms.
Jobn L Gray; CoL and Mrs.
William N. Boaz Jr., and CoL
and Mrs. James T. Hemnehey,
took place at the Presidnt's
Residence.
Dr. Martin is Dean of the
College of Engineering; Dr.
Gray directs the School of
Forestry; Colonel Boaz s head
professor of Air Science and Co-
ordinator of the Miiry De-
partments; and Coone Hen-
easy is Head Profesor of Mil
tary Seci e
Guests Included members of
the Adinistrauive Council and
other ersity f ials and
their wives. They we re p
at the door by Vice Prosdent
Harry M. Ph pott and Mrs.
Phblpott.
Valentine's Day and the first
blom s of springtime provid-
ed the floral theme for the oc-


f-mab ofl JawpiO al1-t
sain black eperpoL.
asisting L B. Bel -d* i
dh rc mpli bo s Mrs.
HanrM B. Cmby, Mrs. V. A
DurA, MS1 J11 Phupot, d
Miss AnB Croby.
The large -a rom tMle,
ba which coffee was served
was cowed with a white tad-
feal broade cloth ad cered
with m arrangement camel
las in white ad Andes of
pntk burgn "y stk, ad wil
plDm blom s. e
bo aet was anchored to a
slam e silver base ad t k-
ed within a slender frame of
entwined hearts.
Three branched candelabra
with white flanked the
centerpiece to complete the
Valentie decor.
Those pouring were Mrs. J.
Hills Miller, Mrs. Harold S.
Newins, Mis Edith P. Pit,^
Mrs. Robert C. eaty, Mrs.
W 1 W. Little ad Mr. WIt -
larid X.FlWH.
He sma dining rm table
was overlaid with a white em-
broidered tea cloth. A com.
binaton of wild plu, shaped
in a Ho rth curve and ac-


cuion. center by white camelas in a
A satin heart of deep pin white ch b figurine adorned
with a cduster of white and the punch table.
gold cameSl as as the fecal Those pouring punch in the
point, decorated the entrance of anal dig room wee Mrs.
the Residnce. George W. Corrick, Mrs. N -
Receiving in the foyer were olas E. Cholas, Mrs. Victor
Dr. and Mrs. Reits and the Kee, and Mrs. Palmer Proctor.
eight honored guests. Peter DeWitt, pianist, play-
Twin arrangements of white ed a number of classical selee-
amellias, fronds of zamia and tons during the reception
a large white taper in Oriental hours.
arns were placed at the foyer Mrs. John Flowers and Mrs.
entrance to the living room. Marvin Brooker Jr., assisted
e lving opm mantel was Mrs. Beitz with the floral de
decorated wit matching ar- orations.


Calendar
AY, FeMum 3
American Association of Un&-
versity Women, Executive
Board Meetng, 7:3 pm., Mrs.
L T. Nieland 41 NE 3rd Ave-
ue.
Univ ersi.ty t idp e Club,
1:3 pm., University of FrL!-


da Faculty uhb.
Gainesvlle Bridge Club, 7:3
pa., Recreation Center.
Gainesville Woman's Clueb,
General Meeting and Safety
Program, 3 p.m. Chlbodme.
umrhe Service Clab, So -
prme Forest Woodmen Circle,
1: p.m., Mrs. Chares B. CreM-
shaw, U NW 33rd AvmaW.
TUSAY, Fekuary 11
Anna Miller Circle of Mb
Lodge, Meeting and Social
Hour, I p.m., Elks's Lodge.
American Association of Un-
henaty Women, Luncheon,
Noon, Park I s Cafeteia
B'nai Brith Sisterhood, Pro
gram Meeting, Jewish Cam-
mity Center, 3115 NW Ihk
Avsn, Dr. and Mrs. Fred T.
La-gbo Jr.
Atsam, Luncheon Meeting,
:15 p.m., Holiday Inn.
Auxliary to the Alaca
County Medical Socelty, 1:3
ajsUs. JAS M Dvis, 615 NW
Aih Skeet, Mrs Fred T. Laugh-
o*Jr., guest peasker.
Great Books Discussloi
Group pan., GaiM S P-
lie Unary.
Dai Gamus Alkma M ,
esm MtN& I PMW, MsI
FiakMaturo,1 NWUI
M mjitept, a p.m.U, Ot
Km w1 N' I 11 Ctoy
Law Dmow I pa Unwl
ty W5W5O amIS _.
Ujvity Cty Usness O .I
I p a Mrs. Rowu MU*rp
wmUIDAY, Feosy
Alk ad -ad S Dames I

Buasiess othna
ass.. 121NW 311t maS t
W Deufa Burns, Pirt
EAMON Daes. Iw pa,
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Of Events
[Crafta Workshop, : a.m.


mhapter A, P1O, amn.,
Mr. Joe Jenkins Sr., 310 NW
15th Street
Journalism and Commesniea
torns Dme 7, 7:31 pm., Mn.
George Bnett 1714 NW lt
Street
University City Brie Cb,
7:3 p.m., Weed Hail, 17 NW 15
Termce.
University Newcomrs
pM., cioobu


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LINCOLN DAY


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Portf Beae, president of PI Kap Alpha fraternity at the Univerity of
Flori4 directed arrangements for the auual reception hearing mers,
which was gve Sunday afternoon. Pictured with President are left to
rigt, Mrs. Loyd W n, houemother, Mrs. Mmtontomery Adersa and Ir

Forty-nth an# reception was master of ceremonies. Hoatesses assisting members
honoring' mothers given Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, Mrs. In the hospitalities were Mrs.
yestardaft f by the Pirry Phott, Mn. Lester George Fletcher, Mrs.i char
Kappa jphba fratety at the M Am ,Mr Ui:on bb,
chapntter *aM .Fn Mrs. JameBa Mrs. Glen
UF Eta 'dlapte P aEpa Mrs. William CrossM prAid at Hu M Wi A. N
Alpha ws tihe first cpter to the aMing table. sel.
initiate a' reception for mothers
and the bvent has ow become
a tradition of all tip fraternity
Receiving guests, were Mr.
yd Wiman, semother,
Mrs. Frman and Porter
Beane, president of chapter,
Honore7i guests f4r the after
noon were Mrs. 14 C. Lynch,
Mrs. H. R. Trusle and Mrs. NW
Wson ,wbw continued
her custmof proving flowers
and appointments for the tea
oirn ,eDr ,UIe. D.
.Amete Esso Plus
unity so Nation Chaplain
for mawy or the tm
Mrs. Norman Slopn sang sev-
era athe hot newm
et Carsoo plahesd iom-
tions. Dr. DelbertE. Sterrett .

Sa t t ives most car
spoe "What Mean to
Me," given by f orng Irep
F for about 20 ie
Jim Cifford ws gia M
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If a driving you r car on either a regular g
SA Greatilv y aa a ** *y *y *


Improved Proces T(
Today mos. two ae hair yua se
coloi fw anted, asine W ee
thw do the use k orthe usd o am
eyeak M Aa t lhe pro-plow nd oB I
cis ad techbis enam -bnat ib a hiog
Sdw hair lrs have been lfp
ma ams hb l abst e colorlh
changirg the clr e her hair, as tk4ugh ai
Aft fbtrgr ao hah1 limey wujoffp
Swilshn ta do I swof ate tfa agi
a fleM in the M ies werMd fades, hit do not
which has made Vmtr ariwe tsh the roots.
btwd perftid tl this; Net we hav
iM. nl .b uU.n


Every year -re and am
-le clanse the ol-a
their thems; Ibsmin, -
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iort viLew of B DI
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best value for your anmyMTlie geat majority of we to-
day need more than a regular trade ga for top
performnmm -but many of these do not need premium
pgasolines lingfor mre than New Em oPis, the eemowy
prium.This hot new Siddlerade is the gaoine thas
just right tfor athma .Ithas antte octanaddpfar-

NEW V M If youamnowusuigamajor-brand
premium, NewEEm Plu a my sve you a m 2 per
pglon-30 to 40 cntper taful-with noacrfie in
power.
NEW POWER I If you noww reuar lie, Nw
Eneo Plus can restore lost power for vmy little are than
you're now paying.
1 Tryatankfuldattheesipdgn %f/
*Most Esso dealers ane inspmdst Ia.M and .s
their on pcmm e, bat genealy tipeio of eaor p
mium Es Plus is as mnc a 2k per plow a im dm the
prevailing -pric ofa j td P i= gelinh



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other words, the design and
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Your best buys in satin ore
the ocetate, pure silk or ny-
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when you're buying and you
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more volue and service be-
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And good cleaning too Is
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TmHm 61:3 pmjn, MnG G iNe Newimers Bridge
iD- rt. and d n G U Wfm-
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am 0. Booear Jr. ad Ms. D t te ChIboMAe.
Jamb d O Abe aI Bt relar Hyers and GOOD SATIN
te Duke lmne, anb of w btine rm'
dM ar invited to ri t a Satin is valued, rtly, %r
Scout Supper r* 6* m- wneu e".
A l Er By So it Hoes for t ev wordof practical advice on
Troop Two d te Firn Mt~ wil be Mu. A. R. e how to ch good, *rvic-
dit Church has been ptpoed Mrs. Henry A. Bates and Mrs. able stin which will mtin
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No one wants his name on a sewer.

They are below ground, out of
sight. They perform unromantic
chores. They are costly. You can't
boast about them. Visitors won't
drive by to see them. And when they
malfunction, everybody scream&.

No man ever sought a sewer dedi-
.-.cated in his honor.

But sewers ire necessary. Some
historians claim the decline and fall
of civilizations can be traced by
breakdown of sewer systems. Most
- certainly sewers have much to do
with illness and mortality rates.

Gainesville has a pretty good sewer
- system. But it does not include a de-
pressed area in east Gainesville. It
Ss a low area of relatively poor drain-
Sge. Here is a largely Negro section,
where privies serve 25 per cent and
- septic tanks 67 per cent.


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Health officials agree something
should be done, especially since un-
told numbers of Gainesville food
handlers retire to this area nightly.

What to do? Build sewers. That'll
cost money, an estimated $1,200,000.

Gainesville has other needs -per-
haps not life-or-death, but awfully
important. Examples: Streets and
sidewalks costing about $2,000,000.
Recreational facilities costing $450,.
000. Storm drainage costing $250,-
000.

Then there's that archaic City
Hall, badly in need of replacement.


iamn &T suMI Iman PNs

ald asnk Mis w. a 4am
ot mIN, The 1tMti -
wwtflg Dhcbn) 1Mm vans-
tt~a as.ir


Plus two fire stations ani library ex-
pansion. Total bill for hese true-
tures $2,000000.

The whole oackae cts s6,000,.
000. Where is the money to come
from? A bond issue, edging the
credit of the city. It'll ean a grad-
ual hike in property taxes, up to
three mills er a year-period.
Borrowing the money is the only way
to get the factliti.e now$

But the boidas must Ae approved
by vote of toperty o ners. The
election is Tudsday. All *,000,000 in
projects will ie listed (n the ballot
under five separate h"eig. With
3,918 registered to vote a majority
of 1,960 affirmative baflts are need-
ed on each of'the five. I
I
The Gaineeville D1ay Sun en.
does all five bond pAject. They
are needed if the city it to maintain
its progressive mien MAd adapt to
predicted surges of population. It is
no time to stagnate.

That means we votel"yea" on all
five proposals on the ballot Tuesday.

Then there'll be a bronze plaque on
the City Hall, a gleaning gem to
match the new CourtMuse and the
new Fed eral Building. Another
plaque on the library addition. Other
plaques on the fire Istations and
recreational facilities. 1

What abou. the sewar? Go ahead
and name it ter us. I

We can te it.


Voice of the People
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On The Sun's Opinion rag
:e NU o@f mm Se a rus o wkem i lh Wu of bMPe am LaMm
>u be diMid a@d bM r t wrtw' m MdM s. Ntmes wIb he lbetMd if nmmid. A b leHaw
ejsted 50 w"d sGd mnobe wims w sbr o ni" of the oWe. Pue toe be o"d. The
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Columnist Right
On Viet Nam
EDITOR, Sun: Congratu-
lations on your printing the
enlightening commentary by
C. L. Sultzberger, "De Gaulle
and Neutralism." Ai Sults.
berger clearly indicates, the
United States must either
bow out of South Viet Nam as
gracefully as pose or e
accelerate the war there with
an expenditure of billions of
dollars and tens of thousands
itf American live ..
- I don't often agree with
representative Pasmr or
Senator Goidwatr, but I
inust admit that they am
right i claiming &M Amef-
i foreign aid is often
atsefuL Certalyol tisis.tr
in the case of Indochi.
While the Fruach were in en-
hi, we gave them over two
n dollanm aond since ten
(154) we have given Diem
Wnd his successors a alf-
billion a year. This seve b-
bion dollars or more is no
man amount out of our, hae
Iaxpayers' pok-s. And ove
fne bhait AsMer list
- Gnral De pro
pal o rfe n a mth p olil
* oxinc-iomeeos mi
psa boSoh VPM
ila w .LhhY rat


They wer e kept mainly for
Union Veteran of the Civil
War." That surely is a mis-
print I worked at the U. S.
Vet. Hosp., Castle Point,
N. V., for 47 years. Our os-
pital was opened in 1924. I
don't think there were even
any Civil War Veterans left
in IM3!
GERTRUDE SCHMIDT

Voters Would
Veto Medicare
EDITOR, Sa: In Monday's
Sm there appeared a letter
be Mr. Eva F. NoblK
ete aa two pntj fir,
that "the Ualed States
has been parking time
a tsi bim hle ery i.
dutrial bes k the word
hahaad s mW si h mb for
yew as, d M ,
medimi.^ NNOW^^|^ Od^ ^


aged." Is t possible that
when the vAers have informa-
tion about Medicare in their
hands and they understand
the facts At they reject it?
It is mylbelide that Amer-
ican doctor are the best in
the world. and that the poor
patients, at well as the rich,
get better medical attention
here than in the countries
,which hav4 a socialized media
mcine program.
WILA C. CwETT
'T fire from the Gal.
lup poll cme from an arti-
el, M e Pel Under-
Istand mThey Reject Ad-
muftrat's Plan" that was
!written byTiLrd Auis,
M. D. President-Elect
American M dica Asuoci



SSkoaler Ready


ito f.t" Od te. IForHlappy Time
em, I hee woudm be a
much peter d ce for it ) ,JL ITr n-
to pa. STOO Enthusi-



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sm topl 1 "t is1- .i.n
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id le fW At t -i
< kg*,',dali


CONSCIENCE


THE

SouTH


They CoRALP ILL



The Cold


Eye Of


Reality


We Need Them 41


SFlr.Ma's Bmetfld
tulmulty City'


I


SoNC e UsGrkM
Yami. kb led m nek h a
l i b tlat tbe Id God
HWYb i iB n Sind be
plans over the Mld blar
leaven, aysof:
"Ya wi, you ae tfhe b t
Greek p-ant I have ever
had m I Iap bn mnewrd

you w&t. oN, rmhber,
ersity Isb a irue m I
all do twice a much for
your neighbor, Meoad the
Turkish FAM who lives
aor the Ov grve Now
tell me what you wM."
And Yanni stands awhile,
thoughtful, wrikling his
brow and Mrahing his be-
hind. Finally he says: "Very
well then, Lord, take out one
of my eyes."
CYPRME CAME a kI-
dependent nation ly by
accident. Four-fifths of its
inhabitants speak Greek and
feel Hellenic by tradition and
religion. But they have never
been Greek politically since
Byzantium, that is to say since
the idea of national states
evolved. The island was sue-
cessively a Turkish and a
British colony.
When Cypriot Guerrillas
sought to force unity with
Greece, the project failed.
Turkey refused; Britain op-
posed, and Greece realized
such a formula risked dis-
aster. Therefore, the hodge-
podge Zurich and lndon ag-
reements decided to make a
nation out of people who didn't
feel a Cypriote nationality.
The Cypriotes had no con-
ception of how to create a
state of mixed peoples, like
Switzerland, or of mixed re.
lgions, like Lebanon. They
continued to feel Greek and
Orthodox or Turkish and Mos-
lem, not Cypriote. They looked
for guidance to Athens and


BELOW OLYMPUS


Time wasm w fa ttstis
we regarded as dull col.
D of figure produced by
hanbs and business.
Bt o t mmaore.
he tatstic of our day
md time are productive of
shocks. So overwhelming we
ame of the statistical ac
chiomia that -omus frM-
trations develop. minds are
wrung and breMt beaten.
Them statistical shocks are
heaviest in education, em-
ploymentnempioyment, and
in the laciKerlike growth (and
power) of the city slums
or ghett. Each is closely
related. And paramount in
each of the growing problem
of the young American.
IN EDUCATION, conserva-
tive Observers say with as-
surance that the number of
students likely to be eroded
in the colleges and universi-
ties can be expected to dou-
ble in 1t to 12 years, triple in
2 to 25 years, and continue
upward for a substantial pe-
riod thereafter, barring war
on some national disaster.
There are now m o r e than
four million students en roll-
ed in college, part time and
full time. Jesse Hobson, for-
wer director of the Stanford
Research Institute, and now
of the Armour Research Foun-
dation, estimates that by the
year 2,000 a mere 3 years
away, there will be between
15 million and 25 million stu-
dents in institutions of high-
er learning in this country.
The University of California
is building three new cam.-
puses each to care for 25,
M students.
There are now seven cam-
puses in the California sys-
tem ... the total enrollment
is 64,640. The projections are
for 11,000 by 175 and 214r,
N0 by the year %,0.
A HUGE complex of indus-
tries has developed in Cal-
fornia because the unwarsi
ties are there. The universi-
ty system has more top flight
scientists, engineers and re-
searchers than any other ed.
ucational center in the nation.
Its various faculties are in-
volved in every vital aspect
of California today water
supply, forestry, techniques
of agriculture, industrial de-
velopment, the arts, and so
on. Education is used as a
resource. California spends to
support it. But because of
genuine commitment to edu-
cation, the state makes a pro-
fit.
THERE IS another story.
Jobs for young people, es-
pecially the unskilled, are dis-
appearing. During the period
of 150 to 19, for example,
the number of telephones in
use grew by 1 million. Yet,
the number d telephone op-
erators 18 to 24 years age
dropped fro about 13,10 to
1I,0M. The banking inutry
amce mloyed a large Sam-
ber of inexperienced high
school graduates a machie
bookkeeprsn. The Mapetic
Ink Character Recomi
madiae m ade thies ame-e
ary. Tuwe large New York
ba for example, r
that in 1iM they bad hired
144N c m hebb eepuw, US
S14 ai d in I tIh. e t


. W u6,u an i.
-k wIS t weS


-e t tut ae. f

d rtoms emuO t
w~x^Pill, ii


Turkish minority and play
with a considerable Commu-
nist movement that was clev-
erer than he. He thought he
could fool Ankara, Athens,
London and even Washington
by unilaterally denouncing
the treaties that had so recent-
ly put him in power. The re-
sult was chaos.
Cyprus is politically a Bal-
kin offshore island even if it
lies beside the Asia Minor
coast. Its population is excit-
a*e 4W ap averse bo bd-
aSed. BOOM ha u" W eeb
given steady leadership, it has
spawned a murderers' nest.
The Cypriotes today seem in-
tent on proving that they can-
not dwell together. This. as
they have demonstrated in the
past, is nonsense. Any dream
of now incorporating the
island into Greece is out of the
question because this would
produce war with Turkey. The


Br lnkonjji


"Billy Groham as a Presidential candidote-now that's
what I call giving voters a clear choice."


discrimination. Undoubtedly
word will get around in var-
ious communities that certain
hotels, motels and eating,
places actually do discrimi-
nate racially, and that only
white persons will be wel-
come. Nobody will advertise
such a fact, but it will be
spread by word-of-mouth.
The problem often is real-
ly not one involving any an-
ti-racial feeling the part
of the motel owner himself,
but he discovers frequently
that he can get more busi-
ness by discrimination than
by non-discrimination.
The "public aceomodations"
law has been u r g e d as a
way to overcome these de-
fects, but the prohibition ex-
perience argues the other
- that the businesses which
comply with the law may
find themselves at a disad-
vantage while their competi-
tors use subterfuges to deny
their facilities to those they
do not choose to serve.
In the prohibition era, more-
over, it took a vast army of
federal agents mad large le-
gal staffs to carry out an en-
forcement program involving
customer relations. But boot-
legging flourihed and speak-
easis wore mtablihed to sell
liquor in deime of the law
ad the eom ution. Some
persons we jailed, but a far
greater number defied the
law.
TM m BIG DEBATE on the
"public accommodatios" see-
tion will ome In the Senate,
but all indication now are
that the legislation will be


POTOMAC FEVER


SdBy reter beld CowUle WasMd Bmrea
Sdobl uf:iThe wa-y things tre goia Washinmgton Bobby Bke
I*VI'talOWto9ffth nlethberagreeto give hima rakuff on the

U'kWe7 lhru"im is the "..t able" worm bader. Km
Sli. H.n md.L e n the bea sota secet, -o iauca


a&kxlktofamli with ege studista. The i
amo*ubto I s tcb W'sUmart mouh to fiu
L

sft r4bet theWt he "ate the1 a
m ptgAm uid timesU?"

sjf li tdls5 recent launch attempts
ur daetim dayr la Ohiso.


Turks therefore propose Pe
titioning Cyprus into separate
segments under Ankara and
Athens.
BUT PARTITION is rarely
a useful solution and always
leaves a legacy of hatred as in
Ireland, India and Palestine.
Recourse to this formula
would merely create an artifi-
cial new frontier with neither
economic nor geographical
meazuiV alpw whkh Greek
and Tahukb i pes nutM I=
up in mutual malignity.
There is no fully satisfactory
solution to the Cyprus ques-
tion. In this age of exaggerate.
ed nationalism, the only thing
to do is persevere in making
the island an independent
state, now that the process has
begun. And the process will
take time.
It will require international
policing for a long enough per.
iod to allow international med-
iators ia calm and eventually
reconcile both sides. And it
is right that the United States
should participate. We are
NATO's leader and we must
exercise leadership to keep
the Alliance from splitting.
FURTHERMORE, the less
we rely on the UN to imple-
ment-rather than oversee -
the task, the better. Under
complete U.N. responsibility,
Russia could stir up still more
trouble through the Cypriote
Communist organization and
the overconfident Makarios,
Moscow slammed the door
in the UN's face in Hungary
when it was in Moscow's in-
terest. NATO would suffer
most if Cyprus divides the
Alliance. Therefore NATO
should bear most of the bur-
den for avoiding this possibil-
ity, even if Russia and the Cy-
priotes grumble. The Cypriotes
must learn from the past that
they can live together reason-
ably and from the present
that the world is too preoccu-
pied to afford needless crises,


enacted into law before sum-
mer. This means that the
enforcement problem will be
before the country soon there-
after, and a large number of
lawsuits may be expected.
Meanwhile, the school- in-
tegration problem is reaching
its most acute stage because
neighborhood schools will no
longer be protected from in-
vasion by those who live out-
side the neighborhood. Efforts
now are being made to
produce a "racial balance" by
transporting students from all
parts of a city or county in
order to integrate a larger
number of Negroes with
whites.
This is encouraging enroll-
ments in private schools. In
some northern areas there is
bitterness among white citi-
zens who cannot afford ML
send their children to pri4va
schools and who resent the
enforcement of integration.
Theoretically, the Supreme
Court never ordered "in-
tegration" as such, but mere.
ly declared that segregation
in public education is not con-
stitutional. There has been no.
high court decision on wheth-
er, under the Constitution, the:
states can retain their righL
to require children living iq(
a certain neighborhood to at.-
tend schools in the dis.
tricts geographically pre-
scribed.


Rising Soviet

Pens Epitaph


S0 Nm |erk Stum
BONN Foreign ministry
protocol office are watch-.
ing with anxiety the rise o
Soviet AmhamN AndreL
SA. Soimnoy ons the Bonw dir
r prob- lomati ladder.
Whole The Soviet envoy, now
seven years in Bonn, saloe .
fourth trom the top. The dew
sicher of a diplmatlc eorps has a:
Sfd lot of doon opm to hm. AncI
Bon official, who ik
Smnro permol, .AC
dei ju as m as e ah b e
re out RSItanU TIm a b, no
- Soviet evoy, wo tarted
life as a suIler, s aked fir
-ri his dry wit N otdf t
told friend he hi eM
own epitaph:


.Final


tas It's M i.a l-


a, 4ftL`;4fili


Hwe Um
Andrei AMlyvintairov
Whi Washdld e n a
Vain Pwrdb S db
Germa


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SU$$mI


ladm md.r -tr ob"e t

A WISE, GENERO gov-
earment might have planted
the roots of nationhood. The
Cypriotes had, after all, lived
ap together for years on
their lovely and far from disti-
te island. But Archbishop
Makarios did not provide such
ise, genms leadership.
He tried to outwit the


CYPRIOTS INTENT ON NOT UVING TOGETHER


An Eye for


Two Eyes


L Mma aI
sumMu t I


T Seas hfu .u Al l.)..l"hhi $ 1
Wue* A-376W2 I


By DAVID LAWRENCE
WASHINGTON It looks
now as if enactment of a
"civil rights" law prohibit-
ing racial discrimination in
hotels, motels and eating
places may prove to be a
boomerang. It could hasten
the day when the legislation
itself will become a dead let-
tor due to an inability on the
part of the federal govern-
mealt, even with all its re-
sources, to carry out an ef-
fective enforcement op-
eration.
Under existing constitution-
al law, there is no sanction
for the legislation. But the
hope of its sponsors is that
the Supreme Court will re-
verse all earlier decisions and
bow to the advocates of in-
tegration.
Attempts to enforce even
constitutional laws sometimes
have resulted In bitter feeling,
rather than an amiable ad-
justment of differences. The
nation's experience with the
liquor prohibition laws is a
case in point m fact, after
a dou years d frustration
over the problem of enforce-
ment, another amendment to
the conmlutm tnmed this
wholk im lack to the

ALREADY IM Eirt to
dinarp pi c admeoo is
bet AW7e boycotts and
difarbances in the North are
more maaeu than in the
South, sandare often chadeer-
adI by iodeo A New York
w ay ter ported they-
Or day Ot be Negro boy-


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


How to Enforce 'Rights'


cott of the public school there
"was in disregard for the
law," and that it did more
"to alienate black and white,
and alienate them when they
are young so they can car-
ry it with them forever, than
anything that has happened in
this city in 25 years."
Some progress toward
adjustment of racial disputes
has been made in various
parts of the country, but this
may be adversely affected
when the "public accommo-
dations" rules become known
to the public and when the
problem of enforcement is
more widely discussed than
it is today. One businessman
writes of this prospect as fol-
lows:
"Many lar ge hotels and
restaurants are now integrat-
ed, but reserve the right not
to serve guests for dozens of
reasons, women in shorts or
beachwear, men without jack-
et or tie, men or women
that are loud, disorderly, or
drun k, etc. Under federal
law, how could such a dining
room refuse to serve a drunk-
en Negro and not be subject
to litigation? Aside from the
trouble and expense of going
into court, how could the ho-.
Wl prove the Negro's rejec-
tion was due to disorderly
conduct or eean e drinking
Sthe plaintiff claims di-
cria nation?"

Mo I OFr do ot
rent to travelers wh local
cens tap on their cars, or
without luggage, or if 9ley
are in any way suspicious.
This will provide uses for


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No one wants his name on a sewer.

They are below pound, out of
sight They perform unromantic
chores. They are costly. You can't
boast about them. Vitors won't
drive by to se them. AM when they
malfunction, everybody screams.

No man ever sought a sewer dedi-
eated in his honor.


But sewers are necessary. Some
historians claim the decline and fall


of civilizations can be traced by
breakdown of sewer systems. Most
certainly sewers have much to do
with illness and mortality rates.

Gainesville has a pretty good sewer
system. But it does not include a de-
pressed area in east Gainesville. It
is a low area of relatively poor drain-
ago. Here is a largely Negro section,
where privies serve 25 per cent and
septic tanks 67 per cent.

Health officials agree something
should be done, especially since un-
told numbers of Galaesvlle food
handlers retire to this area nightly.

What to do? Build sewers. That'll
coat money, an estimated $1,200,000.

Gainesville has other needs -per-
haps not life-or-death, but awfully
important. Examples: Streets and
sidewalks costing about $2,000,000.
Recreational facilities costing $450,*
000. Storm daitge costing $250,.
000.

Then there's that archaic City
Hall, badly in need of replacement.


Plut two fir'statiosansd library ex.
pmeaion. Topt bill f thm strU-


tures $2,000,000.


i
The whole e ackua costs $6,000
000: Where ,is the money to corm
from? A -bi isi pledging th
credit of the, city. lll mean a grad
ual hike in property taxes, up t
three mills over a 20-yar-pesiod


S Borrowing tie money Is theonly way


to get the facilities now.


But the bonds must be approve
by vote of property owners. Thi
election is Tuesday. All $6,000,000 i
projects willbe listed on the ball
under five separate headings. Wit]


The Cold


Eye Of


Reality


T was when statistics
Sw re rded a dull col-
S d res proved by
aWs ad bosm


t any mmre.
ad t atisms of or day

e o dthe s tical o.
S iaces that enommmmous frus-
I. rations develop. HanBds are
' wr aSd bats beet
. i statistical shocks are
heaviest h education, em-a
y lneUmlit-unemployment, and
J the glacierlike growth (and
power) of the city slums
d or ghetto. Each is closely
e related. And paramount in
each of the gwingproblem
n of the young American.


t
h


3,918 registered to vote, a majority
of 1,960 affirmative ballots are need.
ed on each of the five.

The Gainesville Daily Sun en.
dorses all five bond projects. They
are needed if the city is to maintain
its progressive mien and adapt to
predicted s$rges of population. It is
no time to magnate.

That mons we vote "yes" on all
five prop on the ballot Tuesday.

Then they'll be a 1onze plaque on
the City 1Hll, a gleaming gem to
match the new CouPrhouse and the
new Fedleral Building. Another
plaque on the library addition. Other
plaques o$ the fir stations and
recreational facilities.

What about the swe? Go ahead
and name it after us

We can take it.


Voice of the


n The Sun's Opinion Page
ini OW S a senseof &a edeus ONMar Oins Is68oics ofn Pa e ...La i
1m0e b signed ad IaI I he wk i ft dd ian.a Names wIlNll lU Ih m JuseL A lete= issd
at amsd 500 w0wd Oad mI k wb miles a- N lsosiv sM l s : m be mLd. The
Sn rmies ukfight to Mise sam yMe w to shot" wM a cWaNW W*bAs mamWiS a
ia~s. I
Columnist Riwrht Theywere kept mainly foi aged." i it possible that
-U i Union Veterans of the Civil when the voters have informa-
On Viet Nam war." That surely is a ti about Medicarein their
printL worked at the U. So bands and they understand
EDITOR, Sun: Congratl- Vet. Hop., Castle Point the facts that they reject it?
nations on your prti the N. Y., for 47years. Our ho It is my belief that Amer-
enlightenina comenary by pital wa opened in 1924 ican doctors are the best in


C. L. Sultzaberger, "De GAlle
and Neutralism." As Suila-
berger clearly indicates, the
United States mot either
bow out of South Viet Na a
gracefully as possible or e
accelerate the war there with
an expendire of billions of
dollars and te d thousand
of America hW.
I don't of41 qreg with
Represeum lati PMan or
Senator bidwar., but I
must adm itt th ey aM
right in cla ket aor-
iman foreign aM IN a ta
watsefuL Certainly thi is true
in the cae of adehia.
While the French were in c-
trols, we gav em ow two
billion n and Si then
(154) we have Diem
ad his m ou a half-
Wbi, a yaer. teb see i-
liDO aders r r ins ft
smal t m onr, the
w bus' A-rIhad eIM


-- Ev

Ahmwba m bIuMt Viet




NVAStry
bam Yom P m=4
bin me wMfe' Sn


don't ink there were even
any Civil War Veterans Ief
in 1D43!
GERTRUDE SW

Voters Would
Veto Medicarev


uDmm, Sm: In Monday';
&S t& appeared a la
w OML s. eF.
ew nm tmwo poIL. r, t
tint t V1 Statea.

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the world, and that the poor
patients, as well as the rich,
get better medical attention
here than in the couries
which have a socialized medil
cine program.
WILLIAM C. CLIETT
(Tn figures from the Gal-
lhp poo eam from a ti-
cb, 'When People Under
stand Facts, Ty Reject Ad-
Aimi smat Plan" that ws
Ar by ewrd P. Ame,
EL D. President Elect
AMeia Medical Asoci-


.koers Ready




way a m,,al meetg
ShalWetinthistom-
#d MiK.l W Otake pla
Ut ftt th latermoMl
rt CmI sto bme
herea Ocber M.
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pgi uof a smdr Ia
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td clpade itk"
athie to at bay
agas, seated fr Sm.
di'ns Meall tdie


ce rPlot male adoa

East ha eombb amed

as*r mahea


IN EDUCATION, conserva-
five observers say with as-
surasnce that the number of
student likely to be enrolled
in the colleges and universi-
ties can be expected to dou-
ble in 1 to 12 years, triple in
2 to 25 years, and continue
upward for a substantial pe-
riod thereafter, barring war
on some national disaster.
There are now more than
four million students en roll-
ed in college, part time and
full time. Jese HosMn, for-
mer director of the Stanford
ReIearch Institute, and now
of the Amour PReearch Foun-
dation, estimates that by the
year 2,00 a mere 3 years
away, there will be between
15 million and 25 million stu-
dents in institutions of hig-
er learning in this country.
The University of California
is building three new cam-
puses each to care for 25
On students.
There ar now seven cam-
puses in the California sys-
tem . the total enrollment
is 64,4P. The projections are
for 119,00 by 175 aMd 21,-
I by the year 2,0L


A HUGE complex of indus-
trie has developed in Calls-
fonia because the iversi-
tie are there. ThIe uiversi-
ty system has more top fight
scientists, engineers and re-
searchers than any other ed-
ucational center in the nation
Its various fculties are in.
evolved In every vital aspect
of California today water
supply, forestry, techniques
of agriculture, industrial de.
velopment, the arts, and so
on. Education is used as a
resource. California spends to
support it. But because of
genuine commitment to edu-
cation, the state makes a pro-
fit.
TMERE another story.
Jobs for you people, s-
pecially the unskilled, are dis-
appearing. During the period
of N1 to iNS, for example,
the maber of telephones to
use ow by 31 million. Yet,
the member d telephone op.
eratoes 1 to 24 years of age
dropped from about 1,UMI to
uM The hating industry
We employed a lare um-
ber of laexperienced igh
school graduates as machine
berepmm. TIMe ica I
Ink Character Recognition
machine made this umes-
my. Two large New York
banks, for example, reported
that in 1mS they had hired
144 macbdM hbooumkeprs. I
I 116, and in 1M the year
l new machBm caem, ne.

WHAT U society going to
6 1101 dligM?
Oe ppmedi is lo -keep
f aS two yeM ha-
igh i tm am bm
thd he m id SI .
- to ka, thm a g
la an aen- mat s1HI
aer "ta pe rm." wOtay,

taM abn the yC dds


-ml seal iah
Hm WEI B& I"m-
ph od eSoatk eram a


am Jd am" a ohm-


bM is tether tm a fmef
eaiL hip w L- _doU S ip
--n-i we o n y pi
qai PasadUm ba


PAa-I I au aU i-I

to tQreut. BiktS
hasmAs l ad omia-
ledt bi Iat led God
haielf k IInm d Iad hb
le ow to lIM Jaerdf
am ysohg:
"Yai, yn a te It be
Greek pemal I have n
had so I asmsp rew to nd
you by doifrhb atmai
you w is. r,
geaeroity isavirtme M I
shall do twice au muh for
your neighbor, Meoi the
Turkish Peata who lIve
easm st Oe sFe. Now
tenl me what y wish.
And Ymi l awhile,
Iboughil, whilIg his
ltow and scraichig his be
bled. Finally be says: "Very
wel then, Lard, take out ae
dai, eyes."

CYUI BICAMEa in.-
depentdet ati only by
idelt Fr fifs of its
ababites speak Greek and
fel HelWse by tradition and
religion. But they have never
been Greek politically since
Byzantium, that is to say since
the idea national states
evolved. UTe island was sc-
cessively a Turksh and a
pritWh colony.
When Cypriot Guerrillas
Sought to force mity with
Greece, the project failed.
Turkey refused; itain op-
posed, and Greece realized
such a formula risked dis-
aster. Therefore, the odge-
podge Zurich and Lo -on ag
reements decided to make a
nation out of people who didn't
feel a Cypriote nationality.
'le Cypriotes had no con-
ception of how to create a
state of mixed peoples, like
Switlerland, or of smied re.
lgioms, like Lebanon. 'ney
continued to feel Greek and
Orthodox or Turkish ad Mos-
lem, not Cypriote. They looked
for guidance to Athens and


Ankam d Sam b"d to
landon for pteala.

A WE, RMU goS i--
ent m m i n p d
the roots of Malotud. The
Cypiotes bad. a l,. lived
happy together I yersm on
their lovely ad fr m dstI
tute island. But Ate Mop
Muakari daid pOMe such
wise, generous rhip.
Be tried io .utwit the


BELOW OLYMPUS


Turkh minority and pop
with a comierable Comma-
mist movement that was dev-
erer tha he. He thought be
could fool Ankara, Atims,
LIladon and even WShbtoo
by miM teri hauwing
the treaties that had so recent-
y put him in power. The re-
sualt chaos.
Cyprus i politically a Bal-
kin oihore Islad eve if it
lies beside the Asia Minor
coat Its popuation is emcit-
able and nt averse to blood-
shed. Because it has not been
given steady leadership, it has
spawned a murderers' nest.
'he Cypriots today seem in-
tent on proving that they can-
not dwell together. This. as
they have demonstrated in the
past, is m em e. Any dream
of now incorporating the
island into Greece is out of the
question because this would
produce war with Turkey. The


oy I erledi


"Billy Graham as a Presidential condidte-now that's
what I call giving voters a clear choice."


COLORED NEWS


3. F. Child, Color Nmi Editm


NOTICE
The members d Pallbearers'
Lodge No. 113 with Charlie
Ross, president, are urged to
pay their endowments and also
dues at once.

MUSIC WORSHP
The first Conference wide
music workshop, will be held at
BethmueCookman College, Feb.
I-l workibop will b di-
reted by Dr. Frederick D.
Hail, jurlsdictional representa-
tive of the National Fellowship
of Methodist Musicians of tU
Methodist Church, assisted by
Mrs. 'eisa G. Weldh, confer-
ence director. The workshop is
sponsored by Bishop Marquis
L. Harris, the District Superin-
tendents, the Conference Board
of Education, and the Confer-
ence Executive Secretary of
Christian Education.


JONESVILLE NEWS
CHURCH SCHOOL NOfICE
The Reeant Pin Melbodist
Church School was reorganied
on Feb. 2, ad the following of-
ficers were elected: Ladie Ros,
superintendmt; Gavy McClain,
assistadnt superintendent; Mary
Nelson see ry; Kate Brow,
assistant secretary; Ruby Do.
Boe, trame; Lbmn lag,
&r., dipeMpb; ad Edith Me

ARLIG AT ONE
WEl KlagWlM Is aI at hI
home. Mrs. F. D. Sham, re-
P"tr.


Rising Soviet

Pem Epitaph


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d avidmet A flam Md
i s t m d af
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Ae C aisra ir


.CONVALESCING
Mr. Times, of N.W. 10th St.,
who is a patient in the Veterans
Hospital, was reported as im-
proving.

IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE
The Northeast Civi Improve-
ment League will hold its meet-
ing at the Duval Elementary
School auditorium today at I
p.m.
During the meeting, civic im-
provement in Gainesville and
Sthe proposed bond issue ll
be give lengthy discussion.

NOTICE
The United Council of Church
Women invites all women to
share with them in observing
the World Day of Prayer an Feb.
14 at the Holy Trinity Episcopal
Church.
The schedule of services is as
follows: 10 a.m., 4:30 pa. for
children and 7:30 p.m.


The ofers ad
urge that you attend
services.

CONVALESCING
Daeul B Ushr7w


members
one s the


who ubder ,


LACROME NEWS
SINGERS TO APPEAR
Brother Joe May and his Spi-
ritual Five will appear in a mu-
sical rectal at the St. Paul Bap-
tist Church with Rev. A. Odom,
pastor, on Feb. 18 at 2:3 p.m.
For an afternoon of fine enter-


tanment,
present


plan now to be


ARCHER NEWS
MUSICAL PROGRAM
The Religious Choirs' Union
will present a program, entitled
"Choirs in Parade" at the St.
Paul Baptist Church today at 8
p.m. The Male Chorus of Arch-
er will also appear in the pro-
gram.
The public is invited.


WILLISTON NEWS
Mrs. Bessie Mae
porter.
MEETING SET


Wesley, re-


The Feilowship Houwehold o
Ruth No. 54 will meet Thurs
day at 4 p.m.
The members are urged to Ib
present

SPECIAL NOTICE
The 5th Sunday Contest wil
be held at the Mt. Olive Prbh
tive Baptist Church with Rev
H. Kinsey, pastor.
Brenda Norman will rep
ese t ML Olive Ba tn t Ch...h.


went asrgery in the Alachua and Pat Dunn will also rep.
Gaeral Hospital, is W i- recent the Shad Grove Priml-
prving at his home Mrs. F. D. tive Baptist Church.
a reporter. ille paiwi is vimted.



Obituarte


MOM. I=B ALATIoN
Mn. Mil C(yie of Ardchr
,mqdaSyniatherbme

Mrs. Claysb lived i Archer fr
Sm r of years. Fm ar-
mama* 1 wh be mad
by Asn & anut eral
Ht


Mt. Naoy Geomims,
df OmS, wMh easd hew be.
m dof the of er ode,
rdod Gram, 1i br MeOal

lk. Mary M alt, of Ta.
a it ln m h- r wit her
NAtML A~s Maek Di
ar a wn.
Mr. ad Mnr ort DIlM
e, q.d urn Os

Ie B *mJ AN, d-1
t a- pensitoP9

IlMft W d ANWl s a1
4ft fly Smir p a iw I


N dBisett96m


at King Street, .C., because of
the ames of Ms ister.
W Braw. of Mimi, pasmd
t-ro Gainve yelldy
em rate to visit at the Florida
A Utfety at T .BrMM
Mr. Marie FWS S Oaba
pm- ough Gakvflk y.-
itaC ndroue to Jakavl Ie.


MEL aL" JOMON
Fall ri for Mrs. Iba Job&.
Mon, dof M N.E. lot Av., who
died Fk. lat her lm follow.
i a M fem, wil ibe
cuM Thaay at 3 p.m.
hibr y Bare Tle My.
d wit he Rer. Daion
Dl, ad er-mI w.iu
is bwtbinML a Meth-
aam siuy.
Ma. Jl i anrv byI
a m, Iy Jali of thi
dV, amer, l Mary Wat-
iNof6W oimm m me 1l
, *Wlhi Hasi Of s ly,
lowr "bow ad fhtaki teo

me t him td Jetomea,
M W. 1st Aw. at 3:5 pa
1to m Os mgeis he

-a h&p
iB d & CeO la
hus u, Ai .,sp .


Turki therefore propose psr-
titioning Cyprus into separate
segments under Ankara and
Athens.

BUT PARTITION is rarely
a useful solution and always
leaves a legacy of hatred as in
Ireland, India and Palestine.
Recourse to this formula
would merely create an artifi-
cial new frontier with neither
economic nor geographical
meaning along which Greek
and Turkish troops would line
up in mutual malignity.
There is no fully satisfactory
solution to the Cyprus qies-
tieon. In this age of exagge-at-
ed national, the only tPing
to do is persevere in making
the island an independent
state, now that the process nas
begun. And the process will
take time.
It will require international
policing for a long enough per-
iod to allow international med-
iators to calm and eventually
reconcile both sides. And it
is right that the United States
should participate. We are
NATO's leader and we must
exercise leadership to keep
the Alliance from splitting.

FURTHERMORE, the less
we rely on the UN to imple-
ment-rather than oversee -
the task, the better. Under
complete U.N. responsibility,
Russia could stir up still more
trouble through the Cypriote
Communist organization and
the overconfident Makarios.
Moscow slammed the door
in the UN's face in Hungary
when it was in Moscow's in-
terest. NATO would suffer
most if Cyprus divides the
Alliance. Therefore NATO
should bear most of the bur-
den for avoiding this possibil-
ity, even if Russia and the Cy-
priotes grumble. The Cypriotes
must learn from the past that
they can live together reason-
ably and from the present
that the world is too preoccu-
pied to afford neejoess crisis.
CHOIRS UNION PROGRAM
The Friendship Choirs Union
presents its monthly inspiration-
Ial program at the Emanuel Bap.
tist Church on N.E. 8thAve., to
day at 8 p.m.

LACROSSE NEWS
PROGRAM SLATED
The United Choirs Union wil
present a program at the Mt
Zion A.M.E. Church with Rev
Evans, pastor, today at 8 p,m
in the Interest of the senior edas
of the Lincoln High School.
All choirs are asked to be pr
sent to appear in the progrs
by the president. Each choir
a'ro asked to pay $3.00.
The public Is invited. Mas
Ivey Brown, president; Miss I
Bell O'Neal, secretary;
Doris Reed, reporter; Rev. E
ans, pastor.

'tHURCH ANNUUNCEMEN'


I Mt. Peasant Methodist T
- Official Board will meet tod'
7 p.m. There will be aI
e week Prayer Service tomorrow
7:30 p.m. in the second unit.
the church. The Women's So
ety of Christian Service v
meet Wednesday, 7:30 pjn.
- the second unit of the chuk
SMrs. K. D. Childs, preside
SThe Methodist Men will a
Wednesday, 7:30 p m. in the d
ing room. James Stewart, p
sident; Youth and Chi
Choir will rehearse on W
day, 4:30 p.m. Choir No.1
have its rehearsal on
7:30 p.m. J.C. Rawlspres
Richard Parker, organist. t
United Council of Church W
en invites all women to s
with them In obseving
World Day of Prayer on Feb,
at the Holy Trinity E
Cburch. The three services
scheduled at 10 a.m., 4:3
for children and 7:30 p.m.
officers and members urge
you attend one of these a
Rev. W. M. Ferguson,
Church of God by Faith
-There will be prayer ae
tomorrow, 7:M p.m.; and
worship, Friday, 7:3T pm.
der J, C. MKnight pastor;
L. Hutchinson, reporter.
Mt. Carmel Bapdst -
win be mid.-week Med
Service tomorrow, 7:3
Youth Forum Wednesday,
p.m., and also Ushers'
No. 2 meets; and Choir
and 2 wfl have b. rnea
I p.m.; Teacis'
Thursday,7:31 pa.; m
Nos.1 and w IIlaga
their point reed Fiaal
p.m. Rev. T. A. WrWid ,
Mrs. Esther W. Ban,1
a.


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rtb a. Po duta
waM Rev. Otda,
members wE Oag| ,
=nvie aitsotn
tins asset ss
in Fbeyaa


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BY VfM HERARM \


, - I IEll


TIe Frt Prabyterian Wrmw, place wut inir
Chrch tDr. USa Gorun, h p wr by Mr. eAe ua
iter, ppated for s atk e me wnru e eS y w .
amft i reny 2, prd by 'e ck.
SA ie mptim. W 7 mheols firt Alb. "Cod
lis es, Dieeter of Musc. Clteod Man" by JoD B e wu
tarm ltwe ab uvuenvm ofI uit Mae i, h" wiats
sou lat cbatwom sbe iMe differ
int tel t AmnicsBe aiO M f tsom or w i
ic. tIl is p q nd by thI M ea the W te"eeM
Nationeadel ran t i I soaki f te love, tn
Chab ih sn6"Paradeof Amer wi hbeilS tone and
ican buie" anud stressed 1 byOl rAeme.
the bch dub and by The second Am, a sefttlg
schools and Civi Music groups a Sothern fo hymn, "Woa-
u we carches. Urs Lasw" by Christiann.
T1ehye Uwerealli viMwaalvelyem918 choir's
gorously by the confetion,
but they particularly t leredl A e sports. were wel
into the singing of the number handled and the nation excp
called National Hymn by George tionally fine. Bodine's organ
--- numbers were also of outstalnd.


S-eu
IOGD OT


mNm AsAMll bekko

tOILAFLE

Uik wsiaesy plWMs, viMe
dos ot so t cnmprmui k of
my wars t spim ik bt amp.
WitkTatoa th IMB pmlassi s
:through the clogliq opu sand
swish" it dow. C-t mist
* UT MMUM W WIf4X
* T&GiO ftlU WfaRTIMTT
wi YTne $2"
A mAWANm rMO WffUi'nm


ing merit
The Norad Cavalcade of Mo.
sic performed to a packed
house with around 75 standees
Snday atero everybody
most entusiastic.
A band always stirs its audi-
ence and in this case the sAer
Power of sound was almost ov.
erwhelming, because it was
such perfectly controlled sound
From complete silence would
come the bank of trumpets, or
the whole huge brass section
would leap into action with
crash of cymbals and tied of
drumvas.
Then there was unusual b.al
ance of forces, mixed in with
the great band tone was the
sound of 12 flutes-when they
played as an ensemble the tone
was beautiful but more than
thrilling, and this was only a
mall part of the woodwind. F
,Sit. George Kwasnick was the
excellent soloist of thi group.
Another group that we had a
chance to hear separately wa
eight of the trumpets and
their soloist, Sgt Bobby Har
riot who was outstanding as hig
trumpet but also added muel


bfu to t irimal second
half. fis Mriptm esrt was
Md ec4 bad orm -W
bit wash agenjoedregrd-
less. David Ceari a son -
ist wa" 40 cqent
d the V grp wit
the fire and force mairy t
draw their mot, but he
also dropped in o esy-fng.
It was an.outstanding perform-
ace wh conductor and perfor-
mers a J/id unit CWO Edwin
Bearman USA and CWO Loy
A. Ebe4le, USAF, Associate
Conductors, also assisted. 7ie
group is made up of selected
bendanen from the U. S.
Army, Nvy, Air Force and the
Royal Canadian Air Force.
Every pninute of the two-hour
show was worth while, including
the Comanders Orchestra and
the Ambssador's of Dixieland
in the seaord hal. 'Te S'iofo
ins'" w a wonderful elimax
to the falhbanf and the Mast
number of the second part, Na-
tional Eblem March was mag
nificient.f .
Phone Firms
Show Increases


TALLAHASSEE (AP)-Inter-
County Telephone Co., serving a
county area in southwest Flor-
ida led Florida's 3 telephone
companies if rate of growth last
year. Chairman Ed Mason of
the Florida Public Utilities
Commission reports.
Inter-County, with headquar-
ters at Fort 'Myers. added 8,322
telephones ring the year, an
average of 2 a day.
Reports Ikm Ae companies
regulated by the Florida Public
Utilities Cotnmiss: showed a
net gaining Oen r of 32707
stations, well aboye the 27,173
recorded in the priAr December.
Gesieral Telephoe Co., still
catching up with a backlog that
developed during j strike last


TA84 ADM


Deny Secret

Pact With


Panama


NOGIAS Vi t N AP


WASlNGTCW u(AP)-A 1I Va t Mu5 -
'I.A *eW M( I -
Lati Amram source r i h tlatcijin g aa
eaiud the United Stat. C bgam p say m g*t Ming
bited ibt l to rMo- t U.S. mvte -nad l er
a te Puma Cmel treaty I mow t *a S e Aar.
but the U.S. Sta& DswMi


says a such aqpem t w
made.
"There is not and never wm
been a secret pvmaSral
agreement between the United
States and Panama mocering
treaty relat nip" a Ste
Department spokmmnan aid in


a prepared
night.


statement Sunday-


Earlier, the Li American
source said Panmanian i.
als told the Iner- American
Peace Commitee last moth
that a memorandum siped p
1i2 committed the United
States to renegotiat e 11he
treaty, under which the United
States runs the canal.
Efforts by the committee to
sat up US.-PMma negaaM .
tus after rioting JA on the
Canal Zone l odr cunl-
over U.S. refusal to agree in
advance to Panamanian de-
mands the talks include re-
negtiation of the treaty.
A committee of the Orgn
nation of American States is Oew
looking into Panamanian charg-
es that the United States was an
aggressor. The committee is
seeking a basis for new U.S.-
Panama talks.
"There is no difference in be
attitude of the U.S. gopvem t
today toward treaty revision
and that which existed in June
12s," the State Department
said.
"A memorandum being cirta-
laed by Latin American %at-%
es never constituted agreement
of any kind," it said. "It is sim-
ply a memorandum of conversa-
tion describing certain c i-
ti.s which might entail treey


ITo blelhs had bo ples-ed
der si inche of earth-about
Sfet ap t muse k et
beaches al prmuaf m
st off electrically by Coumnu
ais Viet o terrorism ft rm
-a dais away.
Names of oe victim have
at been released pendi noti.-
fication of their next of kin.
In Washsngto the Stae De-
partment issued a statement
sying:
This is te, mot eino of
t sewis d bocidents which
the iet Cog have rpetrated
again the Americans, starting
In 157. We are melved to coo-
amie extp funtg assistance
Stote overnment and people
of Viet Nm in their struoule to
put an ad to such Coaonmm st
terrris."
lie ca fully pped bomb-
ing brought to three the til of
U.S. serviceem's deaths and
to more than 27 the agmber of
Americans wounded by Viet
Cong guerrisa action in the
Saigon area in a week.
It was fled more such
bombings would be directed
against Amricans in a cam-
paign of terror.
e scmne of the bombing was
Pershing eld, an abletic field
ar Saion Airport ued ex-
cisivnly by U.S. service teems.
Authorities said the bombnts
appeared to be U.S.-made, W
pound serial fragpRIatiO
bombs.
There was speculatim that
the errilas ad warned Vit -
me residents $ that the
bombs would be iset off durmg
the game


At M nMorales said
the ag.reemn was signed [In" "-erde"-lC -
sI ry atar tals in Wai. mmunist North Vietnamesead
t between Presaidet Keiy aers visiting Moscow erred
and Panamanian President over t weekend with Premier
berto Chiari. ruhchev m talks that Pray.

Oswald's Mother .Says -

She'll Prove Innocence
WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. She said she hi t evidence
Margerite Oswal takes "newwhich ha not been Inouglt ot
evidence" before the Warmre previously na the clmpte r e
lomnuta today which shef the a as ationm but t.
say wfl prove tdat her ab fed to plain just what it
Ie Harvy OswaM, di anot w how.
fire the siots that kilud Job Mrs. Oewa said she has
P. Kennedy. been without work since the as
Btoe year old practicalmima but had received
nurse, who asked for a chance po in gts from persons who
to appear before the pesie- had written her.
tfa tuibual investigating the
lndy amnsaujmbtimn I "I've had 1,5 letters pro
e to c tradict atsiH Btsig te way my o was
Mae lastweek by mws& tr iedin a few hben and convict.
y- s w d," Mn. OwaMa aid.
M ina d towold the c OmMid as sot down two
mission, and later a news con- days after Ke day's death by
frnce, that she did not like to Daas igt dub operar Jaick
believe tat her husbad killed Rby.


President eney Nov. 2 in
Dallas, but the facts would not
permit her to reach any other
Sessions of the ammisiMn,
headed by Chief Justice Er
Warre. are closed, bat Mu.
Marguerite Owald told report.
ers Sunday eight:
I think my son is ce
anI think I cm p-odae e- -
dece that hle is oeant. I
have documents, letters aEd
other evidence. I thk I can
present a good case."


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Geiesville Sun


Men's Gardep
Club to Meet
S Men's Garden Club of
Gainesville will meet today


a at I p.m. in the Guaranty Fed-
da Mid displayed 'c ed at Prince Sorodm eral BuldWng, M N. Main St.
I ad-.., .... ,, octo....id I The of discussion will
Is i l i." e of Cambodia ad be' "Control of Insects and
S San,- Nr Viet Nm warned of series coete- Mites" and the speaker wdl be
'nmmuiat pri" bo, Lhauded Dr. L. C. Kuitert.


6 &alegad.. MN daet" of ,
tWts were g.s
TM, the Soviet -em age
cy, charged as the tats in the
I imliae, tiat South Vid-
mines planes straed and
mbed a village in lghboring
tnltl Canbodi ad a South
Vifnmese adt peetrto of
Cuaodi was reupued.
'hie Tus accost sa three
women and two children were

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UFto Seek

fifth Win

In SECPlay
AUKabl At. -hrwase'


oeM ay over Ambhameb
fl Alabaa school toit
whoa by epp Adbi to
l Gotors d bept thw Twig
h24 t a greviIw mMetes i
GdM lte but hn e
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a Saturday night by Georgla,
717. IThat Mean Coach Bill
Wno's ca: wilbe the
Peek Aiea
With 6-l11 Dick Peek dewed
ba1ee of the recurrence of a
t1 ry, it appears UF coach
Norman Soan will start the
same lineup that opened Against
I'am. Thi would see 64 Paul
Morton a the starting array.
Ui mrill have a decided
Sadvanta If inch ocean s.
igers are expected to go
wiee DeFore, 6; andFd-
EDqV, 67, at forwards; Joe
Ne it, 8-, center; and John
mlacki 6-1; and Iry Cap-
men, ,at ard
Ie Gators will HeM up with
SToulinue, MU:; and M
tea, eforwardst;: Mot ahh ,
Inoeater; and Brooks 35*
am 3; ad Tom Badly, 512,
plards*
Florida's defme abiny d W ll
t a renemd test, esoeld
if the Gators open with a man-
teaan agat t he Aubura hif-
e attack. In the earlier met
ing Florida turned in a yeman
jo(ih holdingthe Tigers to only
-a points.
Tbe Gators still have a long,
outside shot of figuring n the
SaC met. A victory tonght,
as t every game the remaIn.
did the mao, is Imperaive.
iGator, 1W Mfor the year
&" In the SEC, will INd
Aumn at 4 in the coIdere
and 14 overall.


The game win start at :
p.m., Ganesvle time, Radio
stato WRU wi crry the
broadcast starting at 8:3 px.


By DKm COUCH
A* ates Presspirts wMWrI
C Hege baskebals has the
top of the stretch with a quarti
d Suther cage powers
buaced near the eald of the
peak.a
en.ky, D Vaner.-
bilt and Duke are ang the
atin's top ten, d al our
wil be in the tM k Of t
weak's scramble hfr Maltea
aind national boone .
Kenti ky, No. 3I lstweek'sI
A-teted Prom acr college
1Y meets Southeastern Coafer
a ft e Mississippi Sate to.
t The wMets. tied with
G4argla Tecs far the lest in a
SSEC Kramble, ran
tbe Maon mart to 1M Satur-

Jasper Wins

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bsrigt at W h (e Aale Rac M ABCA t ASCABll a b
bg Chb f Amries (AhCA)- Stacy %es Uea t MS. be-
aftd ric rias aU remstlo d tcau ssa b ubadlto


Daytona Ste


Mixes Seasons


On GHS Teams


he am's special coverage of last Fridy Fat a the
Gahnesville Daytom Beach MaUtlad beetl took a
wmg torn mewhe.
Ie DaytmI wr er, appartly ill trM ed tn lat
foothell ean, doed s coverage of thBim cwN w over
the 'CQO by stati that GIl had bn a i Mon mii le
to "pick up an the mare" in AA this eamW
TA ee ase a Jato GIS ek iaJdat er we ha
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a 11-7 nest to datel. t a tea Mr ra ms the
remiuted.ehm Sfem 5i *t sa b trict e asliert
d dt seem, IN dbS Wg a AAfavri.
Aftr aD, rothe ad gra&ated Mtat f Nte am-
ma, w a regular with the Unvealty of H ; oad Jon
W aee, a cholarup player on the FloAda f reehon
.FM GIS also grated Gary StrackOe of taeta-*
en; pku Tomn Wlmlaml
He Meant Foot 4
Fhe Daytoam scribe just confused GHS' great ootbaD team,
a memifiast in the AA playoff b DOcW*br d a heb abc-
COrdd a chance of taking ab the marble in tW K portwith
the io perienced'Cae eagers.r


And the lpcet pw in the eflre miup t-4 d out to be
S ab Mrty S hSm who wrote the ory the GHS win
ver Ocal Sardy night, just ahead of the Djvta writer's
telegraphed dry Friday's loans.
T do"M i i a at e Iei a fere iu ada W-
it GOE hiswm wiweeamere h u a hatleWest yeer-


day.
The happy ding to he tale wud be for t Purple
White to uit Mainland in e upcoming gr tourney
wle a berth &i, as wel as boit spot for the regaw meet.


stock mides in euglie qel-
stat
NAsRs bm-pred Sm.
day wlMichadrdP*tyof5t
diman, N.C., aet a N- all
NACAR mark a SdIS ales
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But SRacy's iM a.p.h. ta
the ARCA mle w ust
iort d track amtod at
Scam udee me laps aU r
the cante flat .
The ylov lag wm out for a
pair of apectaeoulr -ies UatS
-kat -De heat -W=a
m en m bmt eded wit Ba
mmoabotto JKMin-L
)uy to la.s aSdk rentk,
Iowa; Jack owuier Sprin
wS Ohio; w Jim oCdmao
Coak0bmoa, a Mke 1h.-
pk of Warrm, Che, two se
12 the aidle o th .
atcy, a 4 rld gran&A
father ho drove iantb a Wormd
War and t icte Jut ar.
ward, br nto racng with
ARCA, tdhe known as Midwe
Aut Rarig Clbb and wo its
dcampiohip thee time.
"I ran petty we the way It
wOaisWO Na Stacy Isl I
His tegy was to keep hi
1k Ford off te pace, w&iM
watching dm of the 3 IM
lymouth of Stat nd arl
Bameof FoydKabbesM d.
who set tMhe early pce.
Sotts engine blew and spon
him aot a the 27th lap of the
2% mile track aer went
out wt a on leak i tein to t
Stcy finished ae lap ahead
of Ernie Derr of KEok, Iowa,
Der earned ,000 by inches
aver Igy Eat of Win,
MiW, *o goft orthrt
Dick Mitchell of Tenton,
Mca., colected $m for futa
and Cushian M for fifth.
Deur had a M1 Dodge, Ma.
ten a FoN, itbea IU =
Ford and CuUabs a 1Uk Ply


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day by routing Milssippi 1 squeakeOer r ig Six rival
S. Califorala.
VTom*aI e lm a iranJ oa. inifth
EiWtaOed VailI k mrld Loyoa C icage adI
toolved in the week's major Ith- ted ePaul aanMI L
SEC rap. Vandy, mealf a Villanova lt star WaDy Jan
gapne bdind I the ekWe race with a hipj Iu as a a
and 17 over-a, hs toughimes de to i e.
wit Georgia Tech on Wnes- John's of Ne York haed
day and Tennessee on Saturday. Loyla's defeding rtial*
The Clomoors, beaten by dchmps t jfr fifth dl 7141
TenMee toin their SEC opener, and Mempie State hared De.
iipped LS'U J4 Saturay. Pmaul M.
flth-rasd Davida, 18-1,
Sfor Satf r y's bsdown Oter w S lead-
seeantlhranket Dean11 t, wand thy beo d Sate-
wih two Soutern Ok ndcem: I -,
OK. T1ie mcA Mb last Si R:M AAKM, S,
Sarday, will try to taIse bt Ak
Rmud eday To mb, 51$. beat I, Bi a : ML
Thrday. I '
Oae, meawhfos, a at Westers Whek. UM,
rtmight Aantiled c OW batb s b gi 'Yq 50 t
-ns victim at VirgMI t'OL 0rlo- I
a re. by ls*Aa Craka
i qgti M a ima. Rae A i
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F a hluew, a SuM a TAMPA 1At)-- apS
rWa ps it" FtV au sravo ia "
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Sqhi effrt, bli
mthe flakI-
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am, and Jimmy
p-d Trenton sc
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lsm afhiam -e.

woh a vict orye m i.ipp
Te WVdmas mare ed wth
Urite M for the ed. Both
mav 7 '- 'ew. Tch Is idle
Hower, the Yelor Jackets
Are hot to elb.itked Van-
drft Wedeua&ly et in a
ea! coomoe game. Vandy
i rlWt bid the Indms with
a l reetrd.
OtIer p li t find
Fk at Al mn, N*lm ka
at Telao amd Gsrgta at
Sa
Beb I eUty i Theh won
w cploulladt awturay nhtw
re Wdem smbwmpd Mhio.e
dipi I0 whle TWch wided
a&.L IArutk It lot 4
Alaba don to l fifth
traiht IoB, ff-1.
In other gu, VDiwy wo
a Womi d aqWwk from
lMniana State, I44; Georgia
dhMted Auburn 714 and Ten.
e toppled MWINIppi State
ma
Florida and Gergia both took
advantage of umerou changes
at the fm thrmw line to beat
Alabma and Auburn. All five
TeameMe starters ot In dou-
ble figure aaplat Minaiiippi
State.
Saturday's gai find Ala.
bama at Tulane, Auburn at
LouisIana State, Georgia at
Missinipp, Tennessee at Van-
derbit, Florkld State at Georgia
Tech and Florda at Misilalppi
State.
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Work Hard
ST. PZ'EIS(URG CAP) -
The New York Mets, last
in the National Lue last
year, bewm &rat f the ntion
to mmunb peparatoms for the
1m4 bali nl- Smaty.


Ve lUndwer the p ofeafN MaJ-
1UCEs ager Casey StIgel, a school
was opened with of N'invted
'in hl hopefuls pakin ia double
in in mo '.e % bw ob a
xp to ptrt woh tpe
attle a weiL full
lu Qs f n tml the fM
>ntal Rr,] d l a od nf hadndfor for-
ed tm mal spitgrang an March 1.
fiday nl ght si mood as he p the
.ong 0rsL hour bp1 Sheq e ne
a W74 wIl. pgrm b th ath
b&led aCry e mak Muh is to teach
raerd .n y the r Y to do s.,"
SN pobt e old tbl "Mast of you are
mot f them Ug M to b avW jAWking
t jumpers. opbdhats.Nyoulernprop-
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Salighter top yo to fbulp rgt ibtdo th bh
mem, netang agoue."
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n lb and~ugbm fwdaNiltied
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Lake Butler Boys
Ti Union Co. Tiger are m of the favorite in the Sawanse Cosfereme
eae met at Jasper this week. Front row, from left, are Charlets Gril Clay
Driersn, Bob Lyeo and Bill Locker man. Back row, from left, are Larry
Clyatt, Lava Dukes, Terry Parrish and Jimmy Thomas. (Su photo).



Big Week Ahead




For Area Cagers


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A pair of games tonight
kick off a big week for ar
basketball teams with tour
meats in the spotlight
Tonight, Santa Fe goes
lake City and the Rebels w
seek their 16th win in 19
forts. Newberry, loser of 15
a row, plays at Cross City a
the Panthers are a big un
dog to the strong Dixie C
five.
Tourney action starts too
row night with two games d
In the Suwannee Confer
meet which is being played
Jasper this year. He Sum
nee runs tomorrow and Wedn
day nlght, Thursday aftetn
and eve Friday night &
Saturday night
he Florida Star Conferer
Keystone Conference and I
erland Conference events op
Thursday. Th Star event is
Starke, Keystone at Green C
Springs and Riverland at Br
son. he latter has both


afternoon and ev g e
on Thursday.
Gaineville High Sch
meanwhile, continue rep
m play with two games
Friday and Saiturday.
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The 'Canes go to Daytons
Beach for a return fray with
Seabreeze Friday night On Sat-
urday, GHS will host Orlando
Oak Ridge here. GHS dump-
edat Seabreese, 11-77, earlier in


the season for their top
the campaign to date.


In the tourneys, Palatka, No.
9 team in the state this week,
is favored in the Star, Green
Cove Springs in the Keystone,
Lake Butler, Trenton and Jas-
per in the Suwannee and Ce-


of dar Key and Brnsoan in
Riverland.


Pettit Takes Lead

A4 r ___ n_-_ .


1 AS op rro corer
e- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pettit has 1948 points in a
Onn .1-year NBA career. Schayes,
nd For a few hoursSundayfterwho built hi rord in 15 se-
me, time highN scoer aae in cause Nts, never may get any
. NationalBkeb Association. loser. Dolph is a part-timer
S Then, ust as it had done the while Pettit is avert-tging
at na ht before, the ax fell on PhI point a game.
bve adelphia's 35-yrotoadh nd While Pettit was dethroning
on ometim player.Schyes, Los Angles' Jerry
an Dolpi, plugging a a p edWest quietly returned to action
o by injurle e to ira M after an eight-game layoff. T
Larry Costello ad Da A ue n. Latker lost seven of those eight
Mo, bee, iled 11 poits id as West tursed a broken right
aT. Phladelphia's I Mlek1 loss toO
s on B0114011 W est, his thum b in a splint,
total to poi rie more i n a red 13 and II points during
SSt L Bob Utit who had te weekend but failed to revive
i St. LouiS Bob Petit, who ad Ith i.umin Lakers, who have
ovrhued S ye Saturdaytumb from first to third in
M- n t. the Western D vlson
S But Petti, the Hawks' 31- the W te Division
.017 The Lakers lost to Philly 10i.
m year-old ring leader, reclaimed
the lead later in the day wit Saturday and Baltimore 119-

A trimmed San Francsco 11 11. one
.a In Sunday's only evening ac-
.n 6 ilion, CincinnaU bombed Detroit
2 DronSOn Nip U- and stayed within 3


Crystal ver
CRYSTAL RIVR Bron.a
= barreled from behind in
the nal period Saturday night
and went a to top Crystal Riv-
er's cagers, S77.


The victory was the 13th of
th year in 11 drts for th
Eagles.
The host Pirate od at ha-
time by six pltad tUI hae
a one point load I the final
Sophomore Job hnay Grffin,
El Beasliy- raMe NM y and
Bill Schl lo d the Muon
rally. Griffi aot I pOls while
Basley hit I, Mooey, 3; and
So..sstr, 11.
Kenny Pui o ad to i
ant Joe Hamh 3 for the
Pirates.
rystal M m w n the pre.
lim, 4.17.
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I4bh embu m adhr


games of Boston in the uast.
In other games Saturday, Bos.
ton overwhelmed New York 15
114 and Cincinnati outscored
Baltimaore 1I0.


NATIONAL AMIEUALL U .
umem Um,
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SLUM ...... 0 ..
SNew Yo Ia .711
=Yad a I t- A if n SlM
Sm a 8 . 446 1
am t Mia U # .M -
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ets Im, New YOat 114
P sp1.ua tle. Lsei e A sl 11
is* Frinchs 163. V L AIl IT
Ciaeatl 1C. SilUsels IN
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(oedmi 1uM. atrost u
sflimtt !1>, Lm Agle 11
It. Loa 114,. San PFrodes Hi


Stings Keep
Lead in Poll;
Palatka 9th


MIAMI (AP)-Thf first eight
hum remained andanged last
Setkin the Miami Herald's pod
f irlda high school basketball
torn with Mmi Bgh ad IL
N ut ig Hg mne*g oe.
Miami High Mha a I15 record
ad msed T Oas In A ul
pot uIe a. Petsbfl 3-I.
oreStd I Ta ip dle-m
1"aca be S6at's mo major
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B lYIms -wrs
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si IrlMs. 'the i gmfl
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with Vebe KSt. of Fin.
a11 second ad anoer Nor.
Now, Torpi dI rif=b
at
Onl te Ode
hmsries SlaN istarjee
msdae wo by Terry Mo
f' a ub, b from -slim
wl, Mida two TDars adga
ts k d od.
Perhaps the most opre iove
slaom a aturday. chilly Kid
f S, tVL, won the silver
medal ad Jim Hmeoga f TM
City, Ca ., ithe bro Those
were th first Ameridca m
in mum's swing hi Wb r oWym-
vMe bao be dom almrt-
S t the we shews sad
alats Pb. r e water
s h fair and oI, and
the otir S to ho bod.
packed with brought in
from oing valleys. Tber
OWever W ay wal for the m fr
Them the wrse two death
ind trosl wih a Britdhto*
eAl and a A wtrainer
*t'Hm "air M ad ples ea.d
Aft set dohn to e aindg


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mIt everybody oat el out
b id
Cnmoeraas and eafists
ao d up In JaL limre
AMria term mombrs-M
Mael 3,Aspm, Cols.; Georp
MnMr, S, Seatle, Was., ad
Ma oeen ,21,sope, e.-
aloe ot arV tedselThyid ip
k amt weufl da l kim
Ibt baduen. Th pema M-
plab Te Aericls made a
thetheble.
As the timee for at.
guiag tihe Olyb flme in
Sunday Alg bag cere-
may, calm rerned to this
amooatKinb Olympic site.
I In took the icehckeyt-
tie ater besg presed to the
Sd by tei Canadian o the
chempiomos df t A L.
lie Alpine skiing enbts went
to the Alpinlelts with Auntria's


San Antonio
To Gun Bow


ARCADIA, Calif. (AP)-Th
favored Gua Bow made It a
rnaway victory for the third
straight time Saturday as he
two the (170 S Aontio
Handicap o a mmery after-
mM at Santa Anita Park.
mping himself clearly a
to horme to beat a the 14AI
guaranteed Santa Anita bioan
cap two. weeks ence, the
4-ye ld pride of the Gedney
Farms finished about four
lengths in front of the scod
choice of the rae, Cyrano.
Quita Dude finished third la
the fldd of seven, with Doc
Jocoy fourth.
Winner of the $l M 4dded
Charles H. Strub Stakes for
4-year-ols two weeks ao, Gun
Bow took charge who mhe


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Iing up th ee 0 1a" the
women's dv -m eof them
ifor a sr in ram e m co
try. I ^
tRusia'i d.a Skhohoa
made hisy by! becoming the
first ath le, to mi four -U
meals at a witer Olymapis.
he scooped thei pool in the
women's saeed eating Bvbo
cbe over every from
*eto aMo
Russia's I grasp. w broke
when the took over, but the
Soviet Un o n l pked up one
pIP with theotbr thrne speed
skating title goig to McDer-
mott, a 's M champion
Jony Nson a Norway's
Kout Jobhalnesen.,.
E Victory
Holland 8uie Dijkstra,
favorite for the
figure skating t(e. won with
hardly a heck iU her elegant
strUde. Germa's Mared
took the men's
= ;, adi the pain
were won by Ladmill Belo
ova and !Oleg ',rotopopov of
Rumia I
TiE bobed events were won
by Englarl and Canada, both
countries without a single bob
run but w4h a lot of ambition.

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Olympics



issia Best


Veteran right-handed pitcher
Bob Friend sied with Pib
burgh Sunday. Friend, tering
his 14th season with the Pirates
should become the most worked
pitcher In their history. His
3MI innings pitched are topped
only by Wilbur Cooper's 3,91
from 1912 to 1124.
Among others who signed dur-
ilg the weekend were outfielder
Wally Moon of the Los Angeles
Dodgers and pitchers Ken M.
Bride of the Is Angeles Angels,
Phil Regan of Detroit and Earl
Francis of Pittsburgh.


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By HCB1XXR
Assmeca lPren "s Wmer
DINSBRUCK, Austria (AP)-
This was the Winter Olympics
that was salvaed for the
United Sts by amd place

Imi lao m
SWhen Los d s
locked thl dressing room door
for an bodr, and brooded all
winter to Pete R
tABu ti NLme Athe second

pbi s t h a" PlacPe, cam
For t do that is
aethng I UkeIaskg e
Aitians i oreaalae a football
tHobart. u ed'away to Pete ra
for a book4 rules and enter a
team in tM Nn:. And the lose
to the Green Bay Packers, 74.
United S s .l of i for


ThiefKVioor
In Pin Event
CHCAGO (A- of obdo hd l
Hobart, ., captured first
lace la weekend ie waN-
too $412.672 Petersen Bowg
Claestc with a t series.
Tad, 31, a rfte omnf
for a InJuly pe p oi
rolled pates of 3 31,
is, 1S. 22Uo and 211
-n Place serval wN it
Last yea the asic was
won with a 177 uees.
re teuamt, paybig 3-
IN to the wier, niMfl 6
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athletes who were a


There were times during the
games when the police, and
especially the rs at the big
ce stadium, seemed to be out
to give the wartime 83. a pod
name.
They shoved and mauled I-
meet bystander, ranking i
the way from news to the
Ag Khn.o
"He may be a prince to som
people, but to e be didn't have
a pass," said e snarling us-
er, after he barred the door to
the Age han, who had a date
indle with the Shah of Iran.
It may wll take Innsbruck
years to live down the way the
boys on the force behaved.
There were goodly crowds
throughout the games, although
that might nmot men too mo.
In ruck s a venerable dd
place, with about 16,0 people
but there isn't much to do.
The whole town wl turn out
to watch a busted water main.
The Rusians ware the bg
winners, for the third thse in
a row. They got 11 pigold medals,
but tdohe g won ao.
ot cam e inprs fia re sdiat
lg and a in hockey, leaving
Most Of the h met IN e
came tIn qps that are aboas


SHIPMENT
of 1964
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Stuart Finds

That fitting

Has 'Payoff
Someone o trie t ord te
Dick Stuart trn'sr mr to
baseball tio w a bat
Slart, baseba's Cai
ay s as wa. obvious
waat cmviced ad today has
his mot hntle contract to
prove M s pa is profit
able In nSol of0 e.A
er correct
Boston's big first buem
S his o contract l at
Saturday. It believed to cal
for a S7P raise, making Stuart
one of te highs pad payrm
in Red Soz h ry at $40,01
Stuart cracked 41ho runs,
sNead best In the American
Leau and the lgue
with lII runs batted t and 1s
total baues. His Al batting
average turally was over-
looked as he was named the
CoMeck od the Year I the
AL
After all, hbe it a lowly .M
with a meager productla o 18
homers and M RBI for the
Pirates I la U o.
Another of Boston's league
leaders, batting campo Car
Yastdemdk also returned his
signed contract Saturday. Ya-
stranski reportedly also re
ceived a $7,01 raise which
gives him a $17,5 salary fol.
lowing his .311 performance In
IN


GIE Makes

81,478.88

In Playoff
GaieiDe High School
realiad 1,41 from its state
seml *final ass AA football
playoUf pgae here with Coral
Gables, it was learned yester
day.
Figure released by tbe ori-
da High School Activities Ase.
clation sowed a crowd of 3,
saw thegame with et profit
being .. e profit was
split othir between each
school and the oth third to the
FIIHSAA.
The other emi- final pme at
Jacksonville Bec between
Tampa Robinson and letcher
drew 3,10 ad had a net prot
of K800.15.
The pmga between Coral Ga-'
bles ad Robiso n Tampa for
the state cown drew 11, fans
and had a net prot ofit $19,1.m.
Rookie Free
Agents Sign
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-
Three rookie free agent line-
Ssiged 1 contracts with
the San Francisco o s, the
dub said Saturday.
They were Dennis Groting,
K., 245, tackle from Humboldt
State; Harold Cambers, -4
145, tackle from Western Ken-
tacky, and Oie Cromwell, 64
iW, center from Central Okla-
homa State.


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fascinating to America au the
apple bobbing championship of
East Lima, Ohio.
Jon Sjaubert, a serious girl
frm Oregon with an urchin hair
c and an urge to Jobi the
Pea Corps, won a silver mad
a brn medal In women's ski-
toI.
lhe only American gold medal
came n spad sating, whe
Trry McDemott, who handles
the sneers la the third chair of
a barber hop in Bay City,
Mich., won the 50meters.
Scott Alien of Sake Rise,
NJ., who was 15 two days ao,
won a brone medal n figure
skating. He was the youngest
skating medal winner in winter
Olympics history.
Billy Kmdd o Stowe, Vt, and
Jimmy Heua of Tahoe City,
Calif., won the medals in men's
skiing.
Then, to the great relief of
local authories, they got the
Olympic flame out before It
started a bhs fire.
With lck dof now la Inn-
brukc the ga-fed flame had
been a distinct fire hard for
13das.


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dropped out. Brue, was the
last alternate admitted to the
field, yet he put together rounds
of 7647-7N for a lt
Until he bogeyed the 15th hole
Brue appeared to have a chance
of catching Nickka, who had
thme bogeys himself on theb
back nine after a going out
As it was, bespectacled Bobby
collected his target golf check

Deadlocked at 27 were Gary
Player of South Africa making
his first I United States start,
and San Diego's Gene Littler.
They had 72 and 7 respectively
the final day.
Palmer wound up with 278
and a tie for 11th place.


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Saturday night, Crothen. 4o1b
literally.
Toe syear-old pharmacist,
shooting for his 20th conseco-
ive Indoor victory at 1,0m or
* yard, tripped on an oppo.
net's heel in the .,000,
sprawled on the track Mut got
up and Just missed catching
Jim Dupree at the tape.
He missed catching Dupree by
inches. Both were timed in
2:11.1.
Guber, NYU's 275-pound ace,
was beaten indoors for tU first
time in 23 consecutive meets.
He was edged out by pallas
Long by one-quarter of an inch,
62-feet-4 to -041 .
Veteran Hayes Jones of De.
troit bolted to his 51st consecu.
live indoor hurdles victory in
the same meet, with a winning
time of 7.2 in the 60-yard highs
after running a seven flat in pre-
liminaries.
Bob Hayes of Florida A & M
equalled the 1-yard dash mark
of six flat he shares with three
others.
Other good performs in.
eluded a 7-145 high Jump by
John 'Thomas, one inch higher
than Tony Sneazwell of 4stra.
lis, a 4:07 winning mileby Chi.
cago's Tom O'Hara, 2$8-7
broad jump by Ralph -Boston.


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By JACK MIVENSON
Am ated Prer SWPrte Writ
PHOENIX, Ari (AP) -Jack
Nicklaus rem bered some-
thin Armld Palmer *bowed
him two years ao and uOed it
to advantage i winning the
5AUM Phoanx Open, an eent
Arnie had csptired the p
thmi yaer.
"He ued a driver on all the
holes and won by a mile," Nick-
lm. recalled as he pocketed the
first prime check with a M and
TMol se of 7L
'Te barly young pro from Co-
lumbus, Ohio, proved his ability
with a driver when he blasted
3I yard off the tee a the
fourth bhole and then hit hole
gh, ix feet away from bhe
hole o the yard fifth hole.
Tat brogt a birdie and eagle
and ent Nicklau into the lead
to stay en route to his first
1s4 victory.
"You hit a driver and you
have a chance for birdies,"
Jack explained. "You may bit
behind trees a couple of times,
but overall it's to your advan-
tage to use the driver."
He proved it with a finia
three strokes ahead of the tour.
ney's Cinderella man, Bobby
Brue, a former Milwaukee am-
ateur ar who got into the
event only became 11 others


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t poiti ur e dn meg wii ke l to atted at 4 Membspershiyedp sWednesday f 3:i 5:PoX et i- li. u inta res yoae mi in U t o i w te Amer .am MilFa
me with W atwood, blig at pawe wl Lave more thisopen tvs al tBoys oalub mem.dayd7:3C M1 and Saturday I fr can Society fr the Prevention R i- ta *r ipame. tmof No .
I &7. The gs me went to week. Al, something to lookbyt,. 11S n In ts book ye wil elluead e o- Caelly to Animals;" C M-l oia hne ea ti a l
rthat. Biln Van Veldus forl o, wibetrac^k and he three best cores in the fl and constrtie ideas. n &nSe se CoronaCare and e n .d a
W high scorer wth po field, scheduled for March I. ia- Clis The Apache three age groups will be sentWorking Wives' Cook Book" "Prevtion" Steincrohni .ea .e a
It .lSourb ame with West- ofice has a--ou-ed that aid Sfminole India tribes at!to New York fdr I was designed by its autors, hef, ressuring guide for "0 1 w i Ah e.
iw le woav g e to sayi iers a parents will be the Boys' Cub are planning an ing. The age groups are Ju- Theodoa Zavi an Fred Stu- the patient and his family; t.h m Ae iwiesai. n.id
t. hak an Ying sent out this week concerningVrit camp soon when iors (11-13), ntenediates 1art, with you and your b. "Te Meain of Democracy" 4in epd.d
ls au ope ha the y a ve the Ninth Grade Tests tkenmembers will. et a chance to 1 and Seniors (17-). Prieslems uppermost in their idls. (Pdoer) "an appraisal ofelau, a w ins re ale m der,
go luck m their last gam early. in the year. Iiplay the I of ld- include places, cameras, ra.T 'he theory which they dev l the A rican experience"; Ls akan .ae
op weomes t~wo new nHIGHLIGHTS: We are sorry ian lote yi d hav learned. dios and watches, op in their book is ,cook.t ead "The Anatomy of Lgiberty" 111 1 o1 J.rn,'
tm we heleng e n p lainthe t camp oE wheC-P O- -TOI --e.,, c on ,1 saIS ar .
ten .to our campus. Mr. line at ls anna's finger is h'lSeminie s meet each Fri cookery." They say that an hour (Douglas) .naminaion of leg.. As-our asc
w bhelpg the trubling her and we hooe that dy at 430 d the Apaches W d A raer contest spt in the kitchen after youa safeguards of justice by the a: L maanmer
pa i t a it will get well soon.so she can Meet Saturda at 2 p.m. Advis will be sponsored by the wood. have rested and eaten and got. Supreme Court Justice; "Kill- n Fl
t.Etjnglsi department. pin use her handto make or Barry teninvites allshopdepartntFeb. 15. Wood.ten the children to bed is eas tng Time"(Hann) spirited ----
te Science club would like'oer tests! We understand thatBoys' Club n bears interestedshop instructor Ben Weaverily spared out of an evening disc ion of the challenge of To wo M rr MAY covmn,
to press their than f th the certain eighth grade students in India loretojoin one of thesaid boys may obtain all ma-and wil give you time to pre-eisre time.,o
fi e trip to the University Vet-iwroud like for Mr. Below to tribes i trials necessary in the wood. pW almost anything for the T wEENAGE FICOTM b LM.Jir., ibm t sei
tri y Department to see their let some squeaky* shoes to y i shop for ten cents. morrow's dinner so that it is a lie ". a -AM. o'clck on ,e
elemg Microscope. Many-warn them of his prece Pyeal Fi s Class Mo, short and easy job to add the l"Te Skies of Crete" (Fo ar- g unsd a 'e.1911,at-
mrooe n a te hiptreiteuGainesvd TC o. l t. a
S* .- .--- theirs are inv to enroll their Games Rae Alley New finishing touches next day. man) the experiences of a po
... ons in the Blys'Clubphysical box games have been added to This aIl seem very sound Greek girl during the Nazi in-e.dd a the poyme f oth,.
lo"-w .,1 We fitness class Wmeets ach the Boys' Club games room and and the many recipes which vision of 141; "Dugout Ty- 'i0' t.e. ..1.. ..
3D m i p Thursday at 4pm. Boys are picnic tables have been set up they give look simple and delio. coon" (Scboklz) fast-movnw oaw of n iae .and then to
taught basic .eises as well to handle all these game ious. And time saving. Even ing baseball story; "AiMtaD. hrntr, t with oha
as fundamentals of trampoline Boys are invited to learn ew better than the recies is the Like Sisters" (Cavanna) a .mi I SN. .3 Ia.
and tumbling games of fim under proper sn cook! head" idea which can story of a difficult mother- u 1 tr veu ce Anr, i..Aw in
-- Ipervision each day at the Boys' be developed in any way you daughter relationship,; WhoI n' f .orSanalaromne ms un.
Electraics and Eleeriety-Club. choose once you have gotten o- Wants Music on Monday?" sedat l rsa maran. r
By After four a a half months to the initial idea that an hour (Stoh) a struggle of 4 young M J
MARY ANN RtGILL members of 3 (ages 15- Story Hor A good way to in the kitchen tonight will save people for self-realization in a CO RATIOW 0W
A d ARTON DOUGLAS 17) have builtheir first radio, start your son n the Boys' Club you a much more valuable world of confused values; 'The aY n L Jamr
aE I A I Group 1 ag1 12 and under) program is to encourage his hour tomorrow. Read the book. Black Joke" (Mowat) a mo- Ma.) r
January 29 students of Buch- Sui Myers, Joan Philman, Tom has blilt 15 Ia motors and participation in the story hour Think it over. Try it out. You dern pirate story of a New-
bot received their report my Soxman, Arvida Wasdin, arere to art a new pro-offered each Wednesday at 4 may find that a new system of ioundland ship in the 1930s;
cats. Some went home with Carolyn Youngblood, and Lin. ject. p.m. in the Boys' Club library. work adds greatly to your com- "The Rock and the Willow" EARL C
sing faces. The honor roll da Lambert. Members of the Gainesville This program for boys ages7- fort and peace of mind. At least (Lee) story of a girl grow-
rehy picked up from that of ITyping classes have been Enginrs Club serve as instrue- 9 features selected stories by it will add variety to your work ingup on a farm in Alaba .. ..
lj sul-weeks. On the straight picking up since the' last ti- tors 0 these classes which are mnbers of the College of Edt- pattern. ma; "Hills End" (Southhall)- JACK C
A mor roll are Kay Nocks ed-writing. Students typing fifty open t all Boys' Club mem-ication at the University And while we are on the the adventures of 7 children cut Repre
at Mary Palmour from the or morecorrect words per min- hbe"rs meet each Tuesdayalong with a very entertaining subject of wives and cooking, off from civilization by a!
eih grade and Cathy Alvar- ute are: Susie Browa Jimmy at 7:, film. it is a good thing to reflect on storm; 'Skip a Heartbeat" (Be- The Eui
e, da Boyles. Nancy Stap.Chestnut, Judy Courey, Ron- -a statement made by Gaines- man) story of an Indian I Afsmnci
le and Debbie Taylor from ie Crowder, Betty Jo Martin, yT Clr tt AD Girt Scats Hel-Girl Seout vil's own Gertrude Booth in girl of the Pacific Northwest Pla
th ninth grade. INancy Mcod Mary Palmom, Boys' 'ub members are avit- Troop 425 under the leadership "Kings in the Kitchen." Men, who tries to unite the world of "
adents on the A and B hoo Nancy Stapleton, Carolyn ed to enter their best photo- of Mrs. Mary Jo Davis volun- she claims, are much better the White and Indian peoples;
or ll are: seventh grade- Ca.;Youngblood, Debbie Taylor, Ev graphs in the 1M Boys' Clubs teered their services in setting cooks than women. Mrs. "Sea Fever" iPeyton) a
thwCoaner, Sue Ann Gam Ka-elyn Griffin, Gayle Beggs, and of Aririca National Photogra- the tables for the Boys' Club an- has made a collection of favor, story of sailing, the hazards,
r McEiain. Libby Sealey, Susi Myers. phy $test during Febrlary nual board of directors meet- e reci well-kzown men hardships and pleasures, ecper-
Is Sparks, Kay Vickers Kim Saturday, the Buclob Chap. and M)rch. Grand print is ann m recently. Our tanksfor the all over the U. S. A. Senators, ienced by a teenage boy.
Viers. and Danny Willams. ter of Future Farmers of Am. allapnse paid trip to the New fie job turned in by these actors,writers, fanciers, man. ADULTFI ON
r the eighth grade we eria went to the Timpa Fair York World's Fair. Entries girls ufacturers, local dign itaries
VMI Bldiotes, Ronnie Crow- along with the Gainesvible even a president-have answer- "Some Trust in Chariots" P
de Debbie Fogal, and Suan Chpter. About thirty boys ed her request for their favor- (Weeks) story of America's
le sey. went a the trip. 4 l recipe ud the table of co- utomobe industry; "Israel Ar.
t graders are Eldon A dmcewas held Saturday L n oln jt en ts t like a "Who's Who goy. No. I" (ed. HaIevy W A I
Arpt, Gayle Beggs, Melvin night in the Buchbol aditori- America." i n) -anthology of modern Is-
Alicia Ceallos, Bar- urn. Students brought records. Which adds up to the ideairaeli literature: "All the Won-
a. Evelyn Griffin, Be- New interns have started to t l that it would not be a bad no- ders We Seek" (Marti-Iban-
vee Hartwell, David Heron, teach at school for their train- I tion to let your man take over e) -13 short stories with Lat-
Hope, Randy McDavid. ing. once in a while and surprise in American settings; "Castle
-ouwith a proof of his skin corner" (Cary) -a reissue of
Sa) M MttS mS and ng ity. an early novel set in the Vic-W IN
MGI ILN WILSON alIt is my own experience that torian era; "Friese of Girls"
In: -.oln 1; -Schol .i.g.h. ..... pro...a F men are very extravagant cooks (Sea ) -"memoir as fie-
s -.Dateline he U Ferary atall, that they lea the hite- ti ," recollections of late ado- THIS LIST CONTAIN
I ?a Ull teammat to Lahe11:31 a~m. inthe L.H.S. Ai& Atf teMT.,Adl M.


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Basketball team went to akei am. in the L.S. auni me, Bat Ie; "Appendix A" (Car-
HS City to parate the Inv-torm. The obervace w wil agree early that they are tra triangle. with
Stio Tournament- Jan. 38 -:climax with wmorship service for the most part su-reieons on modern Ameri-
Feb. 1. Our boys won the cham- at Friendship Baptist irch tdas ly too tocan civnsilization; "G i deon's
pins hip w4 our girls receiv-. Rev. D. E. White, Pastor. I dnsate ir skiU u .- Vote" (Marric) -wanther Gid-
By ed the title of runer-up. We Th faculty and student body ciently urged. tl Scotland Yard, this tim-e
ARY WATSON are very, grateful for such a of L.H.S. invite you to the Read both books and you involved a national election;
I was M lwasderful showing, programs, Ft help but came up with i. Sp Who Cainm e from
fursday afternoon, the Se- was most helpful in serving as February an intertingW By popular demand, the risk ew das and a the cold" (LeCarre) -story
tor"enior Class players pres- the person-incharge, but the month for thcy and t- great Talent Show presented sat aa problem old a committed man unable to
end "The Night of anuarylack interest on dents. Din thi month any ncol Hih Schl a as mankind: What ha we come to terms wth the rth
, play written by A who might hae i under agwillbepresented again have for dinner! less machine e serves.
S..... =-6. A-" ]. /ldib ou, uP asb"Negyo His--for yOUentertainment at A. Til add d at the library --
Rad. m student body was (e caravan kept it from be-t Week. Qui Joes Emtatry),Tte th l _. ymm i
adittied free to the matinee, coming a reality. Students wo F Dr. Carter school, February 18, at eight
uCFriday night's performance bought transportation tickets G. Woo iretor e As- o'clock. GENE4 L D ltShT

tlh ilr nff wi Mp ill o Im i I ia I l ., ,. , u l T ^, i., i. t c mt o o N r H is v il me th ril to th e b est u a in r amD N eFO Mn..S O. . Y ou I ny Oe q ua n t 1or ,
wa( open to the general can awl' for their nrland du- .ato st o Y will relax and list toe "le Cmplete Book of s b M

at) charge. mey made in too school hoeraiodend the gra test Gain es-d anm Tao. a e Eryou
thirof h wall go to sell e-'s room, ..Le Week-a .du sttperiod de,,d to th i s, ms ...........m Ye Um a.,
U chiarsip Fn" drive ow alf athe earmarks of a happy voted to public eMercises em-teps. Mr. T. B. McPhern Is i .C str .S.B ceir w t borden op led ones:
in progress. 'lis play Welf was evetl. Maybe ot time! phasiing the fact of historyaOthder Ed SalBan in his roleI s. ansamm o'ea wih fneral ad Iherpes-o
an-citing murder mystery, Cangrauations to influenced by the Nehoes. Master f ceremony. a th '-SSA es. ithis NEW policy is epmec'
*Iiterfuly handled by the caste eTt t i aT step was regarded as If you was a good e,n I e K iamy helal to he between S
Ef there are still con Ra and the haskeltall team timely, and the ealighteued come early. The admission ise a M No medical
ia. th.e e s .t fodoing a little bit more than,public warmly responded to 25 cents for students, and me ~ mA. smus i tionecsary.
no rey ml their very best in eve gae the t procoamatinf this ober- cents for aduls. S S OD NB A REaERVE
teC the m urder. o.. ....va nca. The e ff r was"- a- n a O- I F E IM U )R A NU.
so far thin season It seems e. eft -m was widely --- tde oas- h i o w ...w
(inesville High School will li. Gainesville High ca Ihol ed bS, l nmr. m rnw A SO" m a. . FeNo uo Sl nou el'2 o
coiemOer with the Alacina b up. Che and clubs amon eauasmas aiSSSl m a' rt os w .. .iVM
a ,u .us oa.b -iup na every depart-Negroesi and the movem in W g S &h am jf bst d4 0ans 01 2- gat1on. Tear out ti ad ngt
t Rg H A social t of School a One graluaM foi d support IiSS o w nSSm 4dtoI"m newy
ti a horseshowtobeheld at we we can rasitutions of eher races toin t eA a n Omn Mr a n.. .ssear p rb.a.o, aCdral
trAssociation show.grountds inc Departmet, the at week America fand6 ya es- cu CoS t and yar of CItc t: Co
tl Waldo Bead, Mar19 ......... .. ..SO e observe ces each s f S lS om ii. St rity Lie amaoce Co.,
mer, history S about so. redSu UnA Osmarf.AaAs -. o-sN Dept. .C-1 1141 I t eRom
ch, at GII ,is lthe m e thein eb itheobeve be m.t Ja .f -.rW
S Claima for our School. we cheer our aI'ic to select the week which s. as
nlludeis to get try Kirk Sutton rre latb 14 Nga r
acliel service chibs to reach D"Kkn ','M ad 14.Negro it fllayor kis N a dSyl k ta w
adsU sto beal-. Herll, Moore, Vic- is of -oh Abm Lilae
a= "chri n:-rt. i Isis, Jay igMa, rk&.l ak Fan d k aD p -!-
,.. fl... .e M. m rey. mam.e Lr ,hil Thi.. y inr 'Om abm l -
M e wed to aid Springlip POsWlr ; W am, & I thuh i I to iam..
a a -mi alnmns uarslraC&Ckfac Ir Negr HifY Weak ir i A..
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damel wB- sflahM And ler djay qape m r ath the a wi* oer oe landing at btugle
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am cttSe, j| Transfer of nuo ay wt al ttRe pRe1 MonD Ata 11: 41 T
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nd tt therke a &e plenty so W i rii hh ofc bo *. At 1:2 a. y estray, a
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tSm la November. ib's trsil m(ir3J B jWj byf4 ad Ir ate Irving lrid At t:N p a Sturdy, a fire
mam aidiWe b m 7b stalm-dr PuilentmeW 'sasm mt h t ofM NOws. hatN Ae "s Aes aellagm e da dse e at
u..tcndkwaswmIaheeifcrnuimlbmi meib daye ate UUwaNS wl1fu
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MAlUA DIUMA Grem, Stb Joh M. Brm. l t's
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will hoat Idm Recea.
ssociaim's district meet.
re Thunday.
Spreliminary o the stat.
busie mee. will op.
N aJ. in the, re dtm.
,516 NE nd Ave. Univf.
SM&da bmtea coach
n Sloan will talk at a li1
o session.
s on "What's New in Out-
mcreation" wil conacb
eting. Dr. Roy eIlich. a
or of Professamal Rec-
SCurriculum at the UnO
, will mae the clng
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Mr. Nmide B. Wadlsy, Mr
Bath tKight, James F. at-
m r, Mmi. JI M B. Marovit,
Hert0 C.Jome Mn.Dots e K
F74 has Wilaim, George
atr Jr., Mary F. Kent,
Willim E. EIllis, ile D.
Dunkworth, Paul B. Bergman,
Mrs. Vivian S. Grffis and
daughter, Lyn Oambgham1
Wirem W. Coam, Mrs. Pearl
Spell, Margaret N. Scrader.
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DEAR ABBY .


Unbei*


DAR ABBY: l Bn ma d mI ay dui* m ht i
is vy serious tome. My hbuid taMb a lit a Im ter
d to day alone at it so e ia ae a tnm at a a t
- he is gme. I get a pIUt aeraldaysi bd ore Ilm
mi ra nbmelte rto lve w. I red how aM this is
ad v re ely candt l the n lIapme, but I j)t cmt
J4p myelf. I am so hmed of my Pbl ma t I d't te
people about it. Whenmy agdhers m m col hime t
~detora n, I an amtoe w u t sy m t ti L
pidh I tel them wha theq at me where I was the Mgh
before?
AFRAID

DEAR AFRAIDm: Tel am y oe she t iat a srl.
eyl mever believe It.
DEAR ABBY: I am a teemge irl who fi ed something
ot that might help parents. Wh a iM pm s a date wlth
a boy she like pretty we ie usly glihes him a oodnigh
kis. In order to dicouWra thi (I upm) m ost p leave
tB porch Ight Aburong. Mot kids, not wishing to pot a show
for the whole neitorhoad, e the ht.L But I they ootake
i saying their goodnighOb t a pari car a Iback road.
Parents who want to protect their dauger f a tender
odight kis at the door m ranm ly be enraging a
mestin match In a parked ear. Itk mj
A GIRL WHO KNOWS


MONDAY EVENING
Sl 3 Best Gneache
Sa rsilde -Mystery
0:5 Meaets In Spats-
' U Newlse Day-a
s:U @ (Cdlr) Lel New,
srts, Wesr
1:1 U News, bts wluer
aSiaI e Almesa
:1IU L eal News
:I 8 I News-4tt
David BriMey
- a News-Wawter
a Opeam A Slet
:11 3 aame Grty-Wesa
"seceptionl" 7% daw
line operators decide not
to send guards wth a
huge gold sdpment
MarkiBigelow: Barry N.
o. Sarah: Peggy Am
Ca, G er.
a Rawhide
Eddie Bracken in "Inc-'
dent of the Pied Piper."
An orphanage operator
sells off some of Favor's
strays.
S1g l,3 Si0g La
(Color) "The Pajna
Gae." Labor problems


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uthrea to Weak up the
bulding mrom betwem
Sid Soroabs, the new c
Say formI and Babe
W ms, the beautiful
head of tie Union's griev-
ane e mit. Dori
Day, John aitt, Carol
Hae, Edde Foy Jr.
a:I UFrided GltO
: MpNhle
(Color) Ma y Night at
the Movies: "TNeasure of
the Gold Condor." In
1 century Guatemal
an adventuresome xpa-
triate Frelma joins
a Scot ad hi daughter in
a March for hidden May
a treasure. Corel W e,
Coffnitance bamill
a WOW$New
l IIern Got A Secret
Bantei
l:U U Lay-Cmedy
"EtlS Mer.an and the
Boy Scout Show,' Coo-
clusion. Lay and Vi are
miffed because their sons
have made them ward-
robe reos-hssad
of tam---for he scout
shmow.
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tired I I awa ft thee fir your olmn. Please reipro.
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Burton, Go Homne!


WASHINGTON Evytime cmmtnee, has am 1ced tIhat toM out of 1d e United Se at eigtlia, sa l 're Wa
we start to worry about mor- he is opposed to giig Rich- In order to gard the morals d dipped to prte rs"
als in the United States, a ard Burto a visa. yong chldre. "'Wohy wo keel Richard
Congressman comes along to' "It's a question of rotecti He added that he had re- Bur n from playing 'Ha-
give us faith in the American public morals," the Congress- ceivd Ptters from many peo- let' protect our morals?" ur
system. Congressman Michael man said after a closed hear- pie "tho were Straged atnine-year-old daughter wanted
Feighan of Ohio, who is chair.|ing. He said it was particular- Mss T4vlor's and Mr. Burton's to know.
man of a House Judiciary sub ly important to keep Mr. Bur- co ." Hamlet' is that kind f
We n to agree with play," we said. "Shakespeare
C_ C;Feigl because w a SaMy iamoral writerad
ae have three yaq children, if we can keep Mr. Bortn ut
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AIouncememt&

3 LOST FOUND


LOST: Large old p Shape a
bow. In vfieaty of Park Lane
Cafeteria or parking lot N.
ward. FR Il.0l or 1-763.
LOST: Maws Alligator sk wal.-
lt Iportant papers. Viel
ty of Florida Tbeatr. It sound
return to Gaiwmtile Sun.


4 PMenasued SenoVk

her deliey. Service uSb
faday ad h-w.te wa
asWed. Phe U-f
VACUUM CLEANERS
Mese Parts Bags aad
Repars e all types.
KIRBY SALES AND SERVICE
713 N. Main FR T7110
LEARN TO DRIVE! Special at-
teOtol to nervous or elderly.
Eay Way Driving SchooL FR
2-704. Lie. by State i Fla.
INCOME TAX ad BOOKKEEP.
ING SERVICES. 4M LW.
20ft Stret. Phone 33-1733.
ALTERATIONS on men and
womenM am ts. Mrs. Charl-
ns W. Adss. 324 NJ. lth
St. Phone... .R
6 SOCIAL NOTICE
WA : Ol sagasine as
oakD tineudindg tet books)
for the Chaplain. erida
State Prisest Call Pn 3-mi.
I a sultsm. MIM Cam
WILL ca e fir c na a ny
cdri. SB inh SL
Phe Ft 23M1.
TINY TOT
PLAY SCHOOL
Visit au sad e far assemf.
4 IaEa t. Lt ftn6.1.
KIDDIE KORT
COd cae center. Pbit s S
LsilS asn ,JJ Iker ap.-
wk.e a ma. Phone iFM 14.
RKLUTLEI whin lady will care
inr I or ehldre in pew
me 3 days per wee. CM-
ider bI9t houeta. fMlat .

Employment

11 MAUK HELP WANT


AULADT DECORATOR
Newest mat aoden idefu
More ai Ne arteval la. hasi
pea hr experienced sales
decraier with smphas.
saI. Opportunity laked
oaly by year lmaglnathlei will.
blapes I work and teal and
desire toet ahead. IeMe
at as important as tqpereice
aId above ulificatio s. Call
Mr. Oakkey. 3744M 2 e apt.
SALESPERSON

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Immediate aenl ftar penres
summed in 82 110 ce
peed. This I a fthe tal. oW
mats pealpua with all I

00"a pmmis Meai -n
am WAupP mi X., Fit
ma weo. No lutaw

MN.amm mf u anir
Be A Biwa F RF e Na-.
use's Meet Piessie Ak.
NMl


EASTERN AIR Im
mERE is the ear mremk
of earW Ielle with TRAVEL.
PRSIL AND GOOD PAY!
Yee'l be tubed at MiamI
-n VW- . Ameika's
-t aitfl Itewar- d trAi
g er when re n emv
sailg. saelfr. and Ab e-
tang a en qphan.
TO satl o imnft as;
as lm AA Lt a il ard-
I YIe a bei: a h isaede


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WAIST 24-3"

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It's the NEW Frun -
woth frlt ugd back. pated
at sides. Nts atemat view
without peaUs. Emai with bouc
.. jackets. Jerseys.
pritted PaUer. r14: Mise?
Waist Sela f4. 35, X,. 3,
a. Site S taa e1% york ds
beh fabric.
MY CUTS In em u for
t"i patten d IS cent fot
eack patten for filr la-a mul-
lag ad Sledial handing.S Sad
t* Marian Maurti o. C aine-
vile Ais, Patte Det.. Ei
West Ith St.. New York II,.
N. Y. Prt plainly NAMn. AD-
DRESN with ZONE. SME amd
TITLE NI lUER.
YOUR FREE PATTERN IS
READY-ehobeo it fm 3 de-
dg idas "in aew SPRING4UM.
MER Palater Catalog, Jut ee*ut!
Dress, sportsiwear, aats,
moant ad fMe Bow.


1 1I FMAtl untP worse


WAITRZS waind, good hour,
good salary. Apply is parsu.
A* e u
Wederhdouje Metauralt, 14
SW h St. behind ears.

12 Mege Hdep Wted
WANTED Atonmotive mechaale.
Only eXperiemMd Bet n p
ply. Ples O4W3. Mr. Elli.
YOUNG 3. -M. 0 for bank
operator trainee, previous
banting experience and typing
desirable but n t necessary.
Apply University City Bank,
1116 W. Unlv. Av.
OPPORTUNITY for 1-35 years
old man (will omidder oaen)
to EARN while they learn the
newspaper circulation business.
No experience necessary. Iugh
School graduate. car necessary.
Work in Bradford Co. area.
Hours 14 daily. Write Circula-
tion Manager P. 0. l6i 57,
Galneaville, Fla.
EXPE SIt dD cafeteria coo
Must hbav eperlee e in quIa-
tily cotning with meats &
vegetables. Apply Colle Inm,.
17"2 w. Uft. Ave. No ohme
calls.

13-Help MaleeFemA


Dxp. ecrtarla salary ea
Cashblthertess. attractive
White houiakeepr. 0S wt
ookkeeper. salary ope
Exp. Waitress salary & elmm.
lap. mechasks
Store train i ach c id.
Ofi. trainee hi seuhL. rad.
Tree Mwro. forma& 8 Br.
Auto ualea., ip.
Short order grl ma
bwiracei traboee. |IM w. I
Route salesman, Lvy Co.
CoN IMPLY. AGY.
Ph- e 3m7 4
ROUTB sales and delivery.,
3". Abe" avere earnins..
u"aiatte; married.. aba. -
eim, reliable, hae ear, O.Pa-
heC In Galmeavlle & gaits.
B R-7117. ____

BACTERIOLOGIST


For newty expaded. credit.
d hospitaL Full beets. 43
oor week. Pemunl Ofie.
emeetal Hosp#taL ollywood.

XPfCR C) grill & sandwich
man or woai for evening
il. Apply Conee In.o im
W. Univ. Are. &e PiMNe eas.
14-Salo Help Waed


22 year old domestle Compsll
with am outrandlng retar In
all phaes of life and accident
and sickness contrets is seek-
Jh( the service of two hard
hitting produces who an
tired of spending U per eeat el
their time In prospecting. A
unique and prove lead prod-e-
Ing plan Is available to our
men without oeet Tew loand
are eestant and mean laS
tast carins. U pt bhae had
a miniamm a two yMn a-
perhme M bah Ioe and A &
H and empi emap weN he
amea sn s. a week tuh
can be the rapefte yeu
m te wamls er. WrIte
br, iMfga p e. a ma*-
tal as". pa-t eMPna, a
be ain i lclhie Mr plm
hmber. Yeur aIly 1wil1
attew .ed Cmea Tle
PI nsrl will be In year m*-
musty aso wia be mae
vItewd wI l n *3 Iay. et I
box WILt c e Gaserville fiS
SITS FOR NIGHT MAN --

Vice Pee Texa s Re
Ca.. so TL rat er L
TeOa

16-WeWlk Wated Mle




herum". ah omit se a

1T Wak Wade M

Ompess yar k. hm,
PILfm


is Mets l. a i 35Hos-e For Solw


Ist Lesson Free


M V. UCW. Ae. m uSt 4

U. S. Civil Service rests!
mewm. al ma st UNh
SuM a we*. Prepare.
7y beinek s et i ofmate i
Theeands af Ot FEt -
WIE inf es a fl.
Sain;1 r.uimA *uin int.
ROYT giang nam. adderm


GET INTO
CIVIL SERVICE WORK!
C-Mem ii ai evY. & .a
re Jfig. High pay. hort
hemn Adaneme. Pnepon
by hem aly ofr eaL .state.,
ad ledral exams. For FREE
ahealwe o write Limob tse-





Wle=e7l aie. Phvlle
"LIKE NEW" That's what you'll
may about clothes cleaned at
AIMJWAY DIY CLEANERS. 2
hr. service; free pietup and
dIlwry; AIR-WAY csts loss
3= S.E. 14th St. FR i 516.

26 Fm. Silnm
NE tw Alk Calmers Tral-
or &t Bt. Fine woFle um
aw.. Phe PF i247

27 Fe.ed Fetilis. e


DAIRY PERTILZ .M pe,
yard. SI pr bag. PheM n7.

28 Uvenck Sppide

TOP QUALTY PANC'OIA AND
ARGEITE BAHIA HAT:
Fns Clover Odi. Wn de
lie. Lblmad. MW l8 .
BABY ealvem-i & bet oa
had aMthM i gk from e3 Is
days. Wad or weand j ar
lings from I to M. OK. M.
F. Parim Astumy. Jig. iF.M

2 YEAR old JeMrey HEer. With
first calf Bangs tested. 00.
PhasMe FR l-I4M or PR -

QUARTERHOISE. bay, mare.
bod I years id. spirited cow
hore. Call -117T or 0 a2-
ion.
29 LMad -Im -Tep-Se
FM SAL extra large Caladlum
buh It le each. Vi-
buraums &t Ucutm in means
ce each. Phoa s 1331.


30 iTs f SUm nlI
COLLIE PUPPY or sale. Beautl-
fil sable & white. Call FR 6.
3723 between I & 5 or 62-1155.
BOSOM terrier. AKC. male.
small. 1 weeksB. I. IM NW
11h Ave.
DACHSHUND ppplea 3 males,
3 female. 3 weeks old. AKC
regter. e.Rakh Motel. Pboe
391-2161.
ENGLISH BULL DOG registered.
3 meaths old. house broke
finet American breed, male,
ream too mucah traffi.e, Call
I371151 between? 7 & I P.M.
EXQUISITE aprlcM poodle pup.
pies. AKC laernationally fam-
eus blood lime. 75S ad up.
1102 N.,W 35th A.
ENGLISH SiEPHERD pups. Ex-
eelie for waleh. Mek & pets

FOR SALE AiC Baset pupies.
Bs and $75. Pamse A-lUa
Bawtho". Floria.
33 LM FOB MSI
fan on amea eS aiver at I
river esates. Ft. While. Deep
well and Eletricity. Caskh or
terms. Phose Fa 2-.1M.
CHMICE btamIlt M l la i
StrlM. Heights. Near M3
Chb & Weetwod SchooL M4000.
e at 1m7I W tk Ters. Ph.
37M19.
34 Waefrw P euey
SWAN LAKE lots & lhuas a
big lake aMo one las -
easal Call GI 511.
WINFRED CRAWFORD
Beg. Brre. ipeelalhlsg Ia
LAKE PROPEWIES ACRE-
AGE. 3 mIle N.e of NelW .

Real Estate For Sale

35 Hmu hor Sole


HAZEL HEIGHTS
sa er 4eass and -asm
tom. 2-bath CCB Bho with
a.-ta efuetri ctove and We.
Central hut. city *Ul".
Wired hr television ad ltee-
pbMe. LarU yrda cMtuMly
gruwc. anud a ights is
ase city um. E4lippad with
seww lines, eloee aus Sop.
Low down payien, oemnm-
tiou loam Located a North.
west 39th Ave., West of 13th
St. Show by appotltUeMtL
phone )R M4.
CONaISTUCTION artag en 4
BR. 3 bath hme ea ice bi
1 x Mi'. Tins s designd by
a architect with camven
liif li mini. VA. No dme
pm L. Call
THE JAMES CO.
of Gaerville b.
aPfmfI, m ea 52.7eI"
OOMFCWnAKML X-bemrut nM
eretoe uoeb e whth emral
hmd G d.1. Gb.minIkteha
BaMi Mme 1 mem. SmeCr
hING hM Ts Weeil inis
it. La em daw nbM ud
blw ahe I gis. Ml H1a
ema 3w e LMated bat
-W NsEM -T1 Can
mVIan.i ma s en.
Map Lovly yar bd UMl


CMIN "" "o w
Pnatio. 1e 1fc l

a OamOa Ito ba ls-
came innSl nm$ Leop l
ens am beset Tie
Cw beheam e aeb wML -ML

ud J=AMES
ft I- S Ift mm
a mea on= en
Ag bt g ass. m aaIme
Aw *04Redeem Kh e. Sl
a- ie ad 3. Use m

ph". -.mi> mi.i.mu
-a.~t sureoL soname


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oat. ma a. It plan Sr


leal.. weo&Nad.hm
uma I teet las hvee
r ani S lc-ho *S a
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eeF a w ketmed sall.
THE JAMES CO.
B of fi u l rrws y U am
P mU y. O. M .4
113 N.W. XIft SeL Near C.
p 1 3I.. do. ak osu.
n Pavos iteet. ISAL. PhI
mer *at 3IN.71.
A lOME for ierMS. l ewe.
Itviae aeM wtk watlw ps.a
eft.. hl.lt- in.t.n, N ft.
hiding glass dars peaes -o.
to closed covered patio. 3
SR. 2 bat s. W mltral adl.-
Cam with KSbolli Mdov(, d
ahet a U tamLL Chbas I
a ftem iWn m. i nw
Terrace. Wek days atw S.
FR 1149.
3 BEDnROO, Ibah. Small
eqdtmy and take *tf payments.
21m N.E. 17th Tterrace. Phoe
Ft 2.-755.
HOUlS FOR SALE: ;
Batih cwtrjl heat wIth ae-
Place. KW 47th Terra. Pie
CHEAPER THAN XMDT: 3-11.
1-bath. S Tear. NI7 .
Par lapts. a

Slings


And also M- trade-la Buse.
Canll FR &
3 DDI0OOM. 1 bath, CC. -.
trial eat. shaded eM. bei-l.I
kitcke lpplame, -.uilty
teens, paved street ad ewer.
Quiet eliilborheod. Ct'd
ret. I iI 1' lot. W. sc
Uion SmAo dAem payment. Im.
Bmediate ocTupancy. 3712 N.W.
t1 Place. West Villa. For ap.
polALtmnIt o M ad tfoter
details, cal James ainmey.
CLatoe Aneww Duca MU
Johutob 7Sl.
VMY DESIRABLE NW LOCA-.
TION. I BR. 3 bath. Fla. I..
mie. hal OI cent but. red
brick exterior, red mortd I.

Fla. $17,SM 'FA. 100 dwn
llT per meath. See t 1513 NW
6th Ave. Call FR 3-M54 to In-
ipect Interior. Butler Im.
Euildrn.

J.W.

Kirkpatrick


NORTHIIWST is the locatl of
thai desrahe thee IedNeM.
two bath lbo with apalou
family eM hard wood
floors. modern kitchen,
thermotatilally eo n-
trolled heat, tree and
a well landscaped
to1. Priced at
A medt attractive hore with three
bedroom, two baths in the
Northweat aectio. Thuis ae
is prices at less that 17..
MA0 and has many at.
tractive features. ai-
chldinu walled patio,
fireplace, and Flori-
da room. Out of
Iowa owner l .
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IF you are Interested In Impm-
Bin a heai to your require.
javon w woe r a five bed.
you. two and oe halt
bate house that conlains
mN Square feet on a %
acre, well shaded lot
ia the Northwest
action. A real
but alt0,70M.0

J. W Kirkpatrick

REALTOR
1 N. Mala ra 314
ASSOCIATES
oyse Mathilasm Iree Runnell
Capt. A. W Reece. USN. Ret.

McKinney

Green

Deaton
EALTORful

A Delightful


Surprise:
Awaitn -a talamt w esWer
in li 4 1. R. 3 bath lame
appointed with seemin ha.
tnes ecM10ve 0 msat
location. large wel landscaped
let. L. R. with paneled wood
beagr afireplae, phau a ee-
tertalhUt nArom an than
s as. ft. f exiraordinary
living apace and al cnceetly
created f graMaeMu llv,.Be
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a.t ...eral, peo.el a.d
plaes Ieaft. ewnw b ap-
pointment oly with McNIN-
NEYr-GlES, INC.

Parental Appeol
A fine place to brin pP
children a home c'ae.
tive to applaiM far all the
family. A sett where blood
schools, eood eiishher and
a lea and healthy mviroa.
meBt eetribtt to sring
family ties. CI as de-
tains es this astruve l .
3 hbth Fla. ones hems
lare urnf in f ed
NW smeU. Firx Mi.

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1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372.4351
W M. Mure, Realtor

DAN BYRD
AGENCY. INC.-REALTOR
NORTHWEST 3 bedroom 1'hal'
masonry home cleoe to shop-
paS and bus line. fenced in
back yard on ale shady lot.
Easy to buy with FHA finaig
ing with low down payment
and small menthlypayren.
FOUR BEDROOM Dial FR 2.
2511 to a. this spacious home
clean to Unilveralty wit l baths.
large Florida om a uetra
large lot. This home is vacant
and well financed. Ls take a
look today.
ATTENTION LOT SEEKERS:
2 large wooded lots between
GoaleivleH Nigh School and
Wetwood Junior High. $3.500.


Shaws I'e Sakle

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ANGLEWOOD 3 B t. h.
family m. with fireplace. ea
trial air aditllaiA &t heating
wood flee lat IWllW block
toni asi. bull.in dishwasher
diaesa eves. etc. 31m SW ad
Place. UsM0. Phone FR 4"al
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AMERICA

HOMES
PRESENTS
NEW BRICK
MODELS
OPEN 10 a.m. 'Til Dark
FEATURES:
Screse porchel
CSmt kitehn ea tbli
Owelrad bathrmems
Plus maa o*ber cuatMo
fea ure
VA & FHA

TERMS
Wakin distance to ekemestary
& Jr. HI Schooli, ShlHgl
Surctces$.

YOUNG

AMERICA

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


BRAND NEW
The eoiiruetlo. wi l h eo.m
ptedIn a f e days on there
two attractive homet o W
16th Ave. ut weal of West.
wood school. A 4 BR. 2 bat'h
aid 1 IR. I both. Both have
all moI features els as;
Cent. heat and air aoldtlonins.
hardwood hor. family room.
larse laidry & uUty roe.
double cuport. sidewalk to
achooL Nicly wooded -e half
ae let. Priced 1to nell NOW.
Goed terms. Call 3724151
UNIVERSITY

REALTY


DAN BYRD AGENCY. I ,NC. os a n y 5 years5a. aance.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
MORTGAGE LOANS
ASSOCIATES:
Wale Stoddard E. E. Hollway.
Chris Sane
rn NV 1uth It., Ph. FR 2zPll AI
Member Multiple sting PAISH
FOR SALE 7 room Frame House AND AsSOCItTE, I(
'1 4 learned MI. 4 blocks o0 MEMBER MULTIPLE I,fITINr
highway 3u 1 h S. ta Lake- Ii, Wayne Hill Helen S. C:uhim
rview EI. Approx. I ml. West iCarolyn Gardenhire Mary Pati',h
fonm Intulliehill. N O00 It N E First Street Tel: 3725UJ7
down. -Ph. 61341,-M.o-- a
EXTRAORDINARY FEATURES.- MR -11,'ie bat ltla-apilx.
ORDINARY PRICE frOm owno ansc., central heat. gie er.
er. IA 1% full Wle baths, port. Large* torge. O sewer
wall lo wall carpets, hardwood Call I p.m. pFoe os64. kb
floo11, separate DR, eat In ow
kitchen, pty cloet, ga -
legs.i 1. lot. 4 biks. aGWm. & CUSTOM BUILT, 3 bedroom. I
HS, cat. shrube lawns. bath, Rerrerrlon room. 30"
fenced yard, end of stret. 197 sq ft., exclusive A(CRE wood
M. iBcl. T L Total Il1,e. wd lot Many extra,
71i NW IIMh Lane.
-FINLEY AREA, 4 bedroom, I
SDYS bath, family room, 61l.00. 0 .
SMITH cellent terms.
an, .. L .. .. .. WI lA f I I2 fl-- 6.


5 sa one.la acres Norh. NEAR SHOn a I 3 bedroom, o-
weat Lovely 3 bedroom home .ed at iM N E 16th PL Bad.
with two full baths. All bulk- wood fenced yard. New cowl#
in kitchen. Extra nice carpet- tan.
ing ad drap. LUvIng roet
has fireplace. Prid t IM0,. INCOME PROPERTY, 4 unjis.
Phol ne -SMS. Income $20 per month, Pri
Nest key Is qualit7 Narthuesit Sam Withtans I
homae., |MsM A. Mao t E$.own tEMENTNo. HmaE NEAR
plus clodingl eta. Central heat NEWNANS LAKE, 2 bedroom,
d alrmand B. L. and !My. .Lprice 1M..
aeprats D.R-. Two larse bed.
ooms plu t tile bathl. ENT OR BUY S bedroom e fe
jfea d a., Phe Me #4. pice., n-cc yard, coivenie )u.
eatlem 310.7M.
On at" b Neorthwest sectionB. r Smith
wC bdrem ,.aibe.. J. Pierce Smith
Two fireplaces. All interior cy-
poes panelled. pRum at M-. D
ON. Pb V-=. REALTOR
lIM& N Ubays this 1 bed- 3X LAi 317. 6 U
eOm. bath hose. 6 down I niat
pu d I Phon Mabel Gore Arti Smith
372 5- I fItSCTI l G*iyan lOakl 3


P. K. Yape Four bed-
oots., I baths. Having room
with fireplace, separate danin
room F orda bom Price at
ULM. Phone 372-sm.
GLADYS SMITH
REALTOR
lhiSe ulas
a" anM
Carn Nam Da Shelde
12a1 W. Un7i"mty mee 3I.M

FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR

Better Than New

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BR, 2 8, Central H AC, wooded
4 5 are lot. by to er. w17,7,0
402 SW 42nd Sli, l R 213M4.
.AE 82.B0U
One (tRB bedroom, 2 blth,
central heat, bulk am kitcnen
Leaving towa. Phone FR 231-.

FORDYQ

Features
Wealthy
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Weal *ased hr te lIfy.
A lovely weed paleti4Jvln2
Wloe net e a vAry sa rai
terrace. The fily rem.nith
adjniag pateand gar kit.

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built-i ruba & oven. ..Cent,
heat. Shaded back >art. AvaiL.
Mar. 1. Call 3714974.
N.W. bU ee M. I R I bath. L re
UadMWed yard. FHA. InDua-
Ri. Evmeigs & WetSdeat.
4119 N.W. 1th it. FR -W.

$300 Down
7 NE ISf St. 3 bem.,
masaryu hIme. M DOWN:
4M N lb PLACE 3 bed.
room. I bath manry homh
with family e me. $19 DOWN:
4111 SW SO AVE I berlm.
3 bath mtaury home ith
fireplace, family room, central
heating system. doubi ear.
port and llaru cnre lt
OWNER WILL rFANCE

John Merrill
REALTOR
MULTIPLE U STING
PHONE 372-1494
Aaoclatens.
MARCELLA PARDI
W H. BUCKANNA4'
THE ANSWER
To so many requests for a aie
3 BR. 2 bath home Just out.
aide City Umif on large lot.
This a It. Over acre lot just
off NI Ith Ave. Spiiler
system for yard. Deep well.
Cent lHelf. lare amy rom.
Call us for details
COUNTRY LIVING
At it's best. On Lake Leclow-
sa. Extra lre 2 BR. I bath
home with t mera fixture,
Large family room with fir-
plIaS. Lo st $i to 4 &rm If
eided. Will sel furnished If
desred rail now to w.
BEST OFFER
Will buy th.s attractilve 1 BR.
I bath CB home In ext ca
ltin. Monthyv pBNlmena Ot.'
S2 NO 0 -PCING (COT. Call
to -".
UNIVERSITY

REALTY..
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PRESENT


A('FE AND HAIL LOT.
tote). 3 bedroom two balh
home. beai'ful Jpa |.ar
den, cen-ral heat and air cn
ditionlnin, ready for lmoailte
occupants
HIH R FDROOM. .
watkinA distanceto J J F'n
let, beth home. ilo.:la
room, beautiful modern kit
chess.
FINLEY AREA.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, e"ntr.ill
heated and a !* ond.' Wed
Large. beautifully landscaped
lot.
MODERN. "
3 bedroom, 2 bath es.mnr
home. In excellent coedlion
under 150100
SOON OPENING
a new sfultlvislon in We l
Gainesvile wihb paved streell
Bad ace lots.
RANCHETTE HOMESITES.
approlmateb 0 armes lach
located on Newberry Read -
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NW Itmh Ave. ai 37th St.


Carol Estates
NE 9%h St. at 18th Ave.


TERMS!
WALTER STUBBS,
Inc.
1321 NW Ith An.
Ph. 6-5394
Mike Knot, Anoclate
"We Trade Houses"


$12,250 to $28,000
VA, FHA
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Sale of New Homes Continues This Week:


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$7459 P MO.


MINIMUM
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With the possibility of
Pointing Your Own Home.
In Lieu of Down Payment
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS

$7359 PER MO.


(includes l. ev Team) I (icllude Iso. & Texes.)
Over 20 Modls frm $12 ........ to $............

Free Membeship in ExcluivW Swim Club


JOIN OVER 400 FAMILIES WHICH HAVE

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Goirsville's Mt Preferred Address


Soals OffiAce Looseed
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PHONI 372-3471


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SIMther Mobile
HNmn Broko, Inc.
2200Seaoli. Hiehwa


MOBILE HOMES
FEDERAL QUALITY
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2001 N.WI1143 Ii .
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PERFORMANCE
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KEETER
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NOTHING DOWN
With Good Credit
TOO MANY TRADE-INS
COT TO MAKE ROOM!
58 EnglishFordZepher
53 DeSeoto
53 DeSoto
57 Ford, 4-dr. sedan, V-8
59 Ford,4r. sedan, V-
56 Ford, Sto.wag., V.8
57 01ds, 4-dr.sedan
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CRANE

Lincoln-Mercury
"It's Easy to trade at Cae Uncoln-MercuW Co."
516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2.1631


WE ARE RECEIVING FRESH SHIPMENTS
OF NEW RAMBLERS WEEKLY. A GOOD
SELECTION OF ALL MODES
Ce Imb for sAe 6b deal e Amie's
Fim New Cr, for 1964
BIG CAR COMFORT
SMALL CAR ECONOMY
LOW BANK RATE FINANCING
"THE DEAL OF THE YEAR ON
THE CAR OF THE YEAR"
Clip the coupons from your moagozines, then drop by
and win yourself one of thousands of prizes!
RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.


I132 Seth Me tSt.


Sun Want Ads
Get Results

FOR THE CORRECT
TIME...
FR 2-1411
Courtesy Of

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MeSWs, PAmsy 10, 19 4


NOW IN

GAINESVILLE!


CITY AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
Ime
'A CARL PITS
ENTERPRISE'


1409 L Mai


Rt-s251N


THE SOUTH'S
LARGEST
AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
SPECIALIST


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MILLER-
BROWN
1030 L Unv.
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DODGE DART sedan


(lcideI HOeter)
SPECIAL AT


$1995Fo


5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY

Poole-Gable Motors
(Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
119 S. let Av. 372-4343


Gelueevile Sm


RAMBLER


TRADE.INS
A lANl CL4R& sr I CARS
UI IAMI 4-dr Sedan, autoamtic transmission,
rdo, hber, reclinci seats. Executive car. ;,000
nmil@ New. Sold for $2r78. Now only .... $2195


U2 FORD
wame.w MW. Aimade
LIM Mt aM.OIL
$1995

61 RAMBLER
mmai us as re.Ew
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(sto
$1095
60 CHEVY
satm Wasme. I-ylind, ex.
te ai. Staodard trad nias.
eba. healls. ate *il tm.
$950
60 FALCON
lachma pick-p. Clt
$795
59 MERCURY
M tlism 4,.a au .
adl. died. butter. Nise,
$895
59 BUICK
Ie wages Lesahre. r-a.
, hMler. SMauy, power
ieragi. tran nict was".
$1095

57 CADILLAC
41. mIde. asUmatle, rando.
bedar. Pw~s seerinj. and
trbt, air coatioeds mew
$350

NO DOWN
54 FORD .. $34 Mo.
58 PLYM. .. $32 Mo.
57 CHEY .. $29 Mo.
57 BUICK $32 Mo.


62 FORD
Late model FarlsaM M V4
ecioe., automatic trsammu
Sli, power aitft, raio,.
beats. nL00e1b toan* .
$1795

61 METRO
Cvertibte. LU ake .e r ,
beater. White l l Uun.
$695
60 FALCON
4-dr Sedan, standard trails
maualon heater., exra clae.
$795
60 RAMBLER
Custtm 44r, sedan Auftl
matic radwi, healer, air ism.
dtilond, individual clinals
$1095
59 RAMBLER
4-6r Coss Country StaMell
Waar. extra fte. atlos.sic
rainal~on.l radm., heater.
Individual reclining saU.
$895
59 CHEV
Sedan Delivery, i-eyUer.
standard transmLion. Like
new.
__$895__
57 CHEV
44-r station wago, V-.
aItomhtic, radio, heater.
$695

PAYMENT
57 DODGE $23 Mo.
57 Rambler $29 Mo.
57 FORD .. $32 Mo.
55 BUICK $26 Mo.
55 CHEV .. $29 Mo.


em hy any sed ucar . CHECK our selection
of eled cm. Lew bank fiMlancin. Many of our can
C a h be hfe i ewn paymet.

RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.


1132 S. Main St.


FR 2.8433


HAWK-POWERS MOTOR CO.


"SMITTY" THANKS YoU!
.. -g -us 1r1etst ..I


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OTORS


For mkilng Jnwury Our Gntel MAthl t -
New car Mle wee teMfioc, tberefeen, or e d car ho i
JAMMED WITH GREAT SAVINGS? and
If you Don't like mte low, lw price ..

MAKE US AN OFFER;

64 PLYM. 2-dr. HT, Fury, PS, A/T R & H. V-8, 6.000 mil $299


63 VALIANT,4-dr, V'200, A/T, heater, beautiful bright rj-$1S94
63 IMPERIAL,4-dr, Crown, PS, PB, A/T, A/C, R&H, Pwr Sept $569!


63 AMERICAN, 4-dr,A/T, heater. 9,000 actual miles .... .$144.
6i SAA, *2-dr, 4-speed, radio. heater. like new ..........9..$13
62 COMET, 4-dr, A/T, radio, heater, real sharp .......$. ..$1391
62 FAIRLANE, 4-dr, radio, heater, V-8, nice ...........$129
61 OLDS, 4-dr, PS, PB, R & H, A/T, Sharp .............$179
61 CHEVY, 4-dr Impala, radio, heater, a real beauty ....... .$159
60 CHRYSLER, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, A/T, black. .$1841
60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. PS. PB. R & H, one-owner, sharp ...... .5$139?
G0 OLDS, 2-dr, A/T, heater, real nice car .............. .T-.$1
59 CHEVY, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R & H, A/C, V-8, Impala .11
S9 IMPERIAL,4-dr HT, PS, PB, A/T, R & H, A/C, Nice ....$1795


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SECOND CARS
57 CHEVY, 4-dr Wagon, PS, P8, A/C, A/T,'V-8, Nice ...$685
58 FD, 4-dr, heater, runs good ...................$"95
57 FORd, 2dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8,shadp........... ....4
57 OL6, 4dr wgon, PS, PB, R & H, V-8, shrp ...... 3
G0 LARK, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, srp ow finish ... $695
60 LARK, 4-dr Sedan, mm real good ....................$5 5
7PLYMOUTH, 2-dr HT, A/T, R & H, V-8 ..............$45
57 PLYMOUfTH, 2r HT, A/T, R & H, V-8, s rp ........
58 FOR, 2-dHT. PS, PB, R&. A/T. V-8 .............
54 CHEVY, 4k.droiml good buy at only................$
51 PLYMOW I 2-door, orne owner ..................


SEE:


Pete ConI Wibur ShWw h Frank Go "Mace


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64 HILLMAN MINX.
only 3,000 miles .............. $1695
63 FALCON, Convertible,
show rom condition ........... $2245
63 CORVETTE, Sting Ray, ........ $3995
So B Rowe
63 TEMPEST, LeMons, 4-speed trains: $2295
63 ALFA ROMEO, extra clean ......$2495
62 AUSTIN HEALEY, 3.000 Mark II,
Roadster, wir w WIs..merdrive ..$1995
62 CHEV., Conrwtiblk, automatic,
PS, R&H. n .e .............$2145
62 MERCURY,4-dr., automatic, PS, PB.
A/C, R&H. one ownm ..........2195

62 MERCURY, 4-dr.. outomakt, PS, PB.
A/C, R&H, 11,000 miles ........$2295


Gainesville's Number One Used Car & Sports
sell 85 cars by February 29... HOW???..I


Car Dealer is going to
by NOT being out-


traded or undersold. Come to our huge lot, look over our tremen-

dous selection, then we will make the deal that others just wish
they could!


BARKLEY'S THE NAME"


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62 CHEY., 4-dr. Impola, automatic, PS.
A/C, R&H, like new ...........$2295
62 CORVAIR, Moza 4-dr.. automatic.
radio, heater ................ $179
62 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200, radio, heater.
extra clean...................$12
62 TRIUMPH, TR-3, just like new ... .$1795
62 FORD, 4-dr. Golaxie 500, automatic,
PS. radio, heater ..............$1895
62 T-BIRD, automatic, PS, PB. A/C,.
R&H, power w dow .........$2
61 CORVAIR,700 4-dr.. Iowmilag .$1195
61 CORVTTE, 4-speed,extraclmo .. $2M9
61 VALANT, V.200, automatic tran-
mission, radio, heater .......... $1195
61 MERCURY, 2-r. hordop, automatic.
air cond. PS, R&H ....... ......$1695


61 OLDS, "9'8 4-dr. hardtop, PS, auto.,
A/C, PB, R&H, 1-owner ....... .$2295

41 CHRYSLER, Newport, automatic,
PS, PB, A/C, R&H ......... ....1795

61 FALCON, 4-dr., radio, heater .... $1195

61 MERCURY, 4-dr. wagon, auto.,
PS, PB, A/C, R&H ............. $1795
61 FORD, 4-dr. Golaxie, automatic,
PS. A/C. R&H ............ $1495
61 DODGE, Lancer 2-dr. hardtop, auto.,
R&H .......................$1145
61 CADILLACr Sedon deVille, fully
equipped .................... $2996
61 SIMCA, 4-dr. sedon, no down .
payment needed ............... $299


OPEN SUNAY 24 P.M. OPEN SUNDAY


6I FIAT, Spider ................$1195
*0 CIVAR., Comrta aout,
radio,j hater .............. $1599l
a0 orTLI. Corwrtmle, aouomotic,
mod h r W................. $146
OWYl hnpolo 4-dr. d, oueic



hIuliha d ....... .... ...
SChui~wtonintain......'sl$1p
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59 C VY, stati wagon, Brmooood, 4-dr.
V-8 ngino, ou. timlilmn, radio,
h ter...................... $

S TIUMPH, TR-3 ..............$129

P9 UICK. 4-dr., autoti omdWo,
Sh Ser.PS,P ................ 119

59 FOlUACv4-.Codhi.&aMfit
PB odi, heater .......... *.11,


= 9 !! .................. ga


58 RENAULT, Douphine .......... $495

57 FORD, 4-dr. haordop, automatic, PS,
R&H. no down payment ....... $495

57 IUICK. 4-dr.. automatic. R&H, PS,
PB, no down payment .......... $595

SFORD, 2-dr. ndon, auto., odio,
heater, V-8. no down payment. . $295

3 PORD, 2-dr ,................. $29

*CAMaLA clXtdew. SeeSy* $495


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C GAE ARKL THE NAME"

SFR 2.4373


$AVE $$ FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS $AVE 5$
DIRECT FROM DETROIT
a ammnum, z-& HT, Newport A/?, PS. PB, A/C ...$3K&S
63 IMPIIAL, Crown 4-dr &T, PS, Pft R& H A/T A/C,
U VALIANT, V.200, 4-*. A/T, R & H, PS, white .......... $244
a VALIANT, V-20, 4-dr, A/T, R & H, PS, green .....$16
a VALIANT, V-200, 4-dr, A/T, R & H, PS, whi ............ $1S1
a PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, PS, R & H, A/T, rock ........
CERTIFIED MILEAGE
5-Yer, 50,000 Mile Weamty
SAVE $$$ SAVE $$$


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he a boldlls ed P w
cImef Jmaic* Roberis piete
oat is Calu that ra of
Imbel ad the ai loanioi
ystm aded repar.
In ts nreeling JI)et -t
or Erfi had movd ver to
th cut mad Janies. yna
Jr, hd advanced ma i w-
Mf afMlat to itteimr a
eal, -aone at-hd Gera
FIrls Bryant if it was a Ce
Slod g sm ad b rg a
vte on tte Cabinet?"
W"Ud rle d th-C Mrnor,
he was re ided ofe th or
ai the ike tht who
bed It a daughter bt pa-.
ed a blam "oly i thtsA
Cam it's more like giving a
p wkin g y "
ek irvb hass atoe a in
way ha FiUia's nrmmnt by
-tah a wri hoy vratem tak
be wu abed at us o emt,
hi saver- nMw. It iat IIMW
ly at alS to respeded
to an b*eIct i of n the
ith the fodlkurgtry wileV
a let his paemt asmee go
to ebad:
a l eli gratdol
a tab fi o a- pln*&
ad figureb stail pue-f
alunt pRoante. Y al have
berd about the felowwho fel
overboard. A cordo sf dharks
Imiaedbly Mlrouted him
ad pushed him safely to
$bore.
"A bytander said, 'I'm amai-
d at that I thou tim harsh
wOa law ripped the man
to *iece.' 'Oh, B'aid an .Ac-
quaiotance of the fellow who
had falle onteard, It's quite
ndffraM.un d You see, he is
a mars aid sharks were


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tfl.Ystanhmhis to
in dot hI SF1r 1 w
'the Un*Vall rFairsatle
ap of hi hia d a lme t
of what e wi is do. He
hon aer, clmry a leUter
rom his father an M fam-
y friend, Prdent A. H.
Mrphrttw a idd ad ao.
Ittic reord fd th boy ad
"WAny, oik, y -m weak
is pireai ad isian e buth
" I( *hIslry and lier*.
tn. Let's me bowi noa do ht
Yoou cooMsay those yus
welw supported P Mrreat Unr.
*rs J*dsmet as a taeer
7he kownece of Ms fathr
a str" force In the Ue of
k namesake ma The older
i who dwid is U, was a
o i chool teacher d prin-
d si Dk'is boyhod.
ndr4ncat thaWtt gaerm-
tnma y be inferred fromv the
Ifaiy traveIt.
I Dick ws borm I Carrabelle
=the family regarded
eowi l a Marioe comly.,
its lime. He was raaed
tI a BMat Bela, a Oruape


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I.d f-n tObi braib
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h- 1t g 4 t he si l
mtlem i -sman-d
irise eu i m= a ft.
ao ntm dat 4e p oinf
as fms a no db -
tmer, who mN0hast
atmod .On &o riN's e mr
mbed poweal d tm b
of JeB d a hng a w U
dp spchalis a cmia for
The SaBte. Later L e Terj
el was aamy for the nH Itd
while Dick's father worked
them. An Dck, Jr., fir yean
stWooded Jude Terers Bibe
chtm
If Mr. Juia Erb evor
feek ay Utemof te1s e
he may meal the tory he
a atiered ibm aod tio
or aed, "Say, Mler, asit I

17 Die in Blast
TAIPL, Fmea (AP)-A
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pla SMd ay a at the ai
Ka"g Coal Mi me the Nort&
Formoa port eof Alut were

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m en were Wikh at tih bt-.
ta of at a UMoot daft h
the lat occurred.


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Th 1ix drbamgt

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necessary
Issue easem ts,
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of drainage
-iucture and neomary &ra*ed
nr. ADa Ddmaey, ao e
dd tha tem droabg pr
pal fr the Chamberf Com
=c La4 Afkr Committee,
piup P of tle Prject "a
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For example, he pointed to
the drainage of Tir Bay, one
of four priadal drainge b*-
s*B, into ewna*'s Lake. lbe


te Drainage
pem camusm h water
after emy hid nik
"It is edteuted tIt tIw
emwMt e rto ods hure
oqa ite pal fi for
Galevile," unidr. Deay,
"but tely wto m me
d th colt by ftelMis
eqlinet d bior tem."
Meau le wcnmly's .
the skfl wale ha Detent
bm1aidpumlobPn Ik

either o
by m., r d way a
id isin, thu provieg f
mare drain ar.
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Wdnnw amw phetor*-
her dl wter, flari .
Mohr, w arate '"Te Uv.
hg WIMimmu" a f- clr
moas picture to bbe dio by
th Gienme Aodlmoch.
v* .. .. -_


0 avPM ad aut-
tog wth lthe
HeBi BOW d dm
tor of the ew b M ea
tane Ceaier aKM Moi,-
Tllhe to bel doih l
Gainffle HhE S holl An&
brime Tpidlls Mw
mania haim d poap*
-*ce -mb".a and flate
ree nhtfor eatq am
corned about the teafily dw
dB am t of ope Opace ha
Amica
S*me lb g WOdebum" Is a
display S ame of ts mm
eaordimuay cleaplphtga
s*y Sf w mnae ever
taka d was fled b the
heat She r lockM. Proe-
ad by Water h, f Cmperw,
Wy. It s- umre tha eight
yena h I maths


Florin.

Use Excites

Rocket Men

em, ltinkVA
By Ji W. IUTy
WAsmmTs By af
ouri. a a ed addidtte, the
Spman ybai high hope d
baeefB the W Ill, cap
b f 16 lWi thM ack.
lb by a pfr a a m .
With a iadl AlMAmm
bthdo m rpt AuM am
dwar h nrcbl i beiha via
ad M p dty the ot a.
Shgf, tatic advance hi
rmie tetl-oey shace li-id
Odhes wais developed as a
h amuy fe ueL
a preito increase ub-
itaiUly the capability of ax.
g And poaen rockets, to
S h a gp in the priot
Wr lpa teer ad to
pwiM an fra maria m of
pnr at may hbe meded for
the mmad an imuamnd a.
pleratde of the moon.
What Mte the ourie o-ow
cetdoy l emiing is that
tM hiovemeb ha rocket per.
foramme could be obtained for
a rntiy sail coset. To de-.
vwelop the ume of fuoriDne, the
Spae Agey wll -ped $17
BH the emnigO feal
year a =m the agency
nsmethm spends to lamich one
rocket.
lorise, diaScoered nearly a
century ago, i a highly ree-
t element widely ued Iho
chemical c-mp wd M for ch
ppom as producing serihed
tauu for aid e weapons
and prvestiDng tooth decay ha
Ik idea Soft. e. hora as
the milser ih Iiqud ed
reels ot a mnew OB. How-
eve, a bsers have tended to
y away boom the me of
baorbie, lrely because of Its
mduirnb properties. Ia its
pure form, thn elment is
ighlybosi, making it dill.
eat to h ade. It ha s hIS -
ly nwS, Ao mo rawig tin
pmsii tl Ut it wooM foul up
e hiricate ptuhbag a
4b -ele- rockets


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