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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 12, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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88th Yeam, Nt 1i S AIMVILLE FiLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1964


Voters Okay


NIEWISAND PRICE lOe
M- W= DILY AND emUDAT
Um oauv--x I


$6 LION PACKAGE


Entire Bond Issue


(PletS Pae it)

dArig o the FBI's Jaoin
vile Moffice, aski a the moey
that's been determlod mlmi
was taken fun telmlers' e
drive. It had been lt t
to use w then bak opened fr
inot a i for c
I


Cash Tucked Away;

At G'ville Banks .

AB the cash a Gaui gtWe's r bI ksb ett behind Vt eal 1
ito led der M aP, telphn pol ly the Sm drmid
e ttoeirW t cage., qkrne for ecbmAh m re-i
OMl6 ob (15 W ti a m Sm ters' eu boxes at the Bank
SstU ersy dny nm FBI qtamen .t today
k va I there, rudy Ie st rt of busimt Tnesday rinng.
"'f si b aH ovr my pele if I ever fud e left l a cage',"
& qeipmi for tIN USYiIty Cty Bf t & aMofth.
dt idata te cd b i cked lathe tller W em box.
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night, kaem d.
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$18,aIhJ
Sl a qpesto, however, i
what was taken frm th bank's
safety depose bom. All but tw
of the bom we red by the
burgl, aemrdhig to Baon.
Agats wwl bmw to rely a
trepo m bk ano mmn
joswh was m e Sm d
depoi bMsh
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aspttig m key ad ca
to vam papm. The lk
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City official takig nmm from yterday's bead deetion said the almost 3 to 1
marim was grater than they had expected. Here, left to right, City Attorney Oe
Fuas, City Managew BM Gree Walter Carr, atilitim dartmet staffer, and City
aseae Director Claraes O'Ndl eeek the reports. (Sa photo by Eddie Davis.)


U. S. British Plan


SOn Cyprus Offered


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03 a af lb ile r pmetaine fat
.karmlmbiayt o pu.lh. w.maii ga.

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am h d" mbtle T theey
a 16 the a C Ol M d. cMi od they "Kidh
Ak emo Be berried be nan M-.
T *may h bflhgpemll. S a armp of Greek
SUt ,- Cyp -kt wind Two b l-m .
uh Iw.ompMmeua dlemSIat U. Emasy
ill. Mienl leem G k ad t week m et w me and chtl.
Jilar a T os .MIHtiM flaed i e of Am ericas peeled
ry to the a lmine oMuth cal I fmi nt the Imaeranm
Slilar to tdlmma ul8Mileta lmt 1 01 ma m t
Pag) oIfMokAtlbetmre ek Claghfbt1 ein Greek police
A p A l Ir rtinGrook a-- - e mot Aig
'A II ap c a kw is with a mark a 's
waM ls arr S A mM muMy as
IT mmIfo S G mat i tmmet ue.
i a sp ted Mteek e iU troop mpU a
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"Bmdah. 7 mith uwt the
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Margin
By JEAN CARVER
Sma Mai Write
Gainesville reholdera en.
doraed N million worth of cap.
ital improvements in yester.
days bond election by a mar.
gin of clome to three to one.
Top vote getter among th
13 projects in the five groups

was the $1.3 millto East Gain.
esville sewer project that drew
3,408 of 4,06 eligible freehold
er electors.
Total votes cat for the at-
er projects were streets and
sidewalks, 3,346; city hall, 3,.
332; parks and recreation, 3,.
3m and drainage, 3,410.
All returns are unofficial un-
til the 40 or so absentee bal.
lots are counted by the Gainew
ville City Commission at to-
day's official canvass.
Totals posted at the Utuly
Operations Center by city of.
eials from the seven polling
places last night were:
Sewer project and dump -
2,U1, for; :78, against.
City hall and other city coe-
struction 1,373, for; 0,
Street and sdewajls-2,?,
for; 0, against.
.fMlh ad *ra o. a-4 t,
for; l, against.
DrnainS SW, for; O,
agaumL
It was the first bond eldcti
in the city in 31 yes. The last
city bond issue was In 101.
The hew bonds will be sold for
a St-year period.
Mayor Byron Winn aad tin
morning he wap pleased with
the election results.
"I feel that the vote reflects
confidence in the city comnis-
smio and the program propo-
ed by a lot of us working to-
gether," Winn said. "There is
a lot of work to do to expedite
(See BOND ISSUE Mo Page 3)


BEATLES'LL
GET YOU!
TORONTO (AP) Brit.
aos'i Prie MoiaterS Sr
Abie DWei Sm, a
mats t arem Bru's
"b ham wm C o
OF hM Ii lmw nd.
Be isaie Eke mr 1
Teday awt: "If bito
aed to aems e d leU
fru Cma, I warn ye, I
dhl Msed e Beadea."
The Seinw are nam.
ieg kde lnthe WUi
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NEW RRY At t
Sin ca was taken by
burglars wbo hnrep the
vMat st Baok d Imrery
arly yeftdiy mrn
AmelmaimdlbeWfnr,
-r --him told he Sun
May.
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There


Sat awL aw
WAsNGT -A priehmi
lal *spo h ue deis ed tat
anyone to do White Hom
auh to bapp do W hoimw
ofa wilbm in the anveuptlm
of Robert G. Baker.
But Pierre Salnger, pre
ecretay to the Preidt, ao
said th ol v iuiltitMwo umd
be mae by the Wblte Hlomue to
deteralh who hd leaked m-
tel from pmend pn
ael filto papr Icoh
StiS
The ime m eecme id o
aruides ht weik by cohnoit
Drew Pearso whe purported
to describe the background
Don Reynolds, a key witness
the Senate's hearing o Baker,
duringthetime he wa the
Air Force and h e Depart


.aql&1fl4


a White


Personnel Fles' Bared

In Baker Investgation


met a decade ago.
O sady, a story t the
New York limes sad thut "pg..
- uite ad due to ths
Jobmr amiWstrahm" ad
* ight to li "ad p oen
USt dami ci" 1 i6
Raey emmow Bmq m
a bhmce ahf a e
leladthbe pa hr a a
stereo phoMgraph giv to Mr.
JohaBs, thm a senator, ilW.
He did so, N testified, at
Baker's Aminsiseae
SalinWr was first queried a-
bout the Pearso M ole a


Loan Is Sought


For 8th Ave. Job


An estimated P$ 0 lou
from the State Road Depart-
meot for wideni NW It Ave
nue wasformallrqMstedy
terday by dth Alacb Cousy
Commiblon.
RoA Board Mmie idp
Powers of Lake City i "IN per
cent behindus" aldt ipllt
the r at tomorrow's SRB
meeting b Fort Lauderdale.
Counnssioer Jack Durrance
cited Martin's leadership in


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Cape

From Page 1
non operating u io whichll
Railway 1 months ago, stab
listed lines beN o
to protest movemift aof s
the line's freight Iias ete new
movement owned track on
Merritt Island, where ti Na.
onal Ameronaut and 8 pace
Adminstration is buMg amf *
ive facilities for laughing
American astronauts to the
The railroad refued to meet
Sunion demand for a 10.5 2 at
an our wage increase to the av-
erage 2.42 hourly scale. It also
rejected government dainds.
that it mediate with the units.


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Faircloth

From PaRel


right onl top of the table/," Fair-

He sai he let thechief is-
SM of the coming campaign is
education.
"Florida needs leaders In gov-
rnmet on a policy level who
believe this," the Dad repr
tentative said.
He addedlist he felt thegov-
eraor's power Is too jited
ould be strengthened
"Even, U ncessary, o dto*P
Ush cabinet power, I would
strengthen the gpe-
or's hadn" Fairelin said.
Fairdoth, who received the
AUeo Morris Putstandbg ft*I
term represnadve dtatfor Br
the u lmUitve saio.
was preti t of the stiat
nd ale the University of -

HeWISp i"de the UF ?
debate society and w iS
ber la F rida iOteym
vas het to ha of Fme
grMaUingt 1is.
Fadath hu peAomSd law
in iafoll r 1 s y d i
a per tn the firm ls e-
r a iad Falido.5

Burglaries


Investigated




a oi eaisflai

WOis ia M I a


i wld-'^j^H? *4


working a peagri fr m ig
g e twst armW i tei
improved a quickly a po l.
Marth po tt t l
street be rmedl rn he. M
of secorday ad projects,
wIhere it o to W I r yefss
away MM fIrs of piorly, ad
be ple- a th.state prary
system.
He thu suggested a-
ploritg the poutiiu
borrowing bf estimated im-M.
0I needed for the project o
a special food available to
counties of a fi-year pla.
Durrance Is a member of the
trustees of tUe special read loa
fund. Tree coly comia
es, ae Red Board chaias
and State ItMsrer awe m
brs of te lo hoard.
Aprval of the read board l
needed to plae Mi Aveme on
the primary system before the
cu*y can as for the loss
In other actk yesterday the
cominision:
Approved the alg for a
eat cooperative and c-
doaium apartoum a a SW
2kd Terrace jolmtg the Univer-
Sty Florda farms south f
Archnr Rotd.
-mtaMbshed a strkter po- y
about W4ilgui hotal imuatio at
couy expense. The beard
-I rd that t loonty would
not aept f-ana resposbi-
iyf frtra net pas tmwed
at the Uiesity Hospinal f I
can b determed tm t they aM
the rapouil of mothlrga-
am ental uk a another
-Agred to k federal
hads for the ne Civil WDefe


Man Shot

In Argument
An argmeda I c I Htwo
Negro m to mthe RUdge
Settlement yesterday resulted in
one of them bng smhol with a
.12 gauge hotD
W.lie hleRy Morris, I. was
S in th. face al d neck. He
I atheUdmvnyofFlorida
HoWtal air n t taS .
BeilgtheM Isrt itlgato
James Booes 3, R3 te S.
T shels department r-
portd that Boeeot went to the
hobas of Morris about pI a.
and a argument realted, dur-
wg which Morris reportedly
"stock a gm n out th dor."
Shorefs d-poies seid Bo
went to his ear, got a shells
and find though the wda ofi
the hos, hitg Monrt.


Tboufle appeared. Ab tit
ti-- he arid he w "'ari"
tb Imide Wahitue ved
iLn- uuium Jb e d-


House Leak'?


him what we- Ameo d ases-
cerpt from FBI Rey-
nold to uetanitte a "warm.,
oi" tt his testimony was not

Salinger wa queried by new
men aa r"u dt eS it
aruels.nefAkt at bb
mom ,w- c ledr he IM
be had "WI ea t a
Ararile


In fu dom I r- Later, Sawlger was akd by
a I a newnan whether eadetive
A S sM y t ieto oide df prios am aitra-
d Ae 'e a n.ects HIM, ISI-c thed rein d
sil ahy"IVW ai House Material fr the prsmel-
aM wt awm- w h1 were crity files oganeSt werk-
w ing the Ber case. In er, were ll in effect and f
e case, eaording t the Tmes so, whether the White Home
aUout, 4 high White House would investigate to find out
alde was ll to h called who had give the material
the i tr of a aialmw- ben Reywdsdoier to Pear-
apg1 edS 18 to hav read to son.


Preident

'DaTced

All ght


dM! Hi e Wa:te'
wIM tle ar P) -
s a Mismd a drmo hb

whm t m't alitMsM
irM s d ht a M a
wo lim einpi T

--* ,,el b"I,,ig
A Nrie Corps ja comb. el,
f-" km-
pitfag everythleg te dha
hdahe ajimA ts b to dMln
pt the unes short ao the
PrldtticMd awpt amast.
Jol s u mme a da e
in w ith d w es of
Smy amassadrs bdelding
thae wife l= Soviet Ambassador
Antoly P. Dobrynla.
His favorite partners seemed
to be woAtt reporters assigned
to cover he 7 to I p. White
Houe pt for some dip
aitss W their wives. At least
a dozn the reporters were
smnoenW by d Predet or
a turn oe j the daace floor.
Polld aterwds about the
Pmideints danciDg ability, tbey
rated hi from "at bad" .to
"wry gobd."
Mrs. Johnsoo, who had been
in bed f two d with virus
fd attack, gamely stood in the
BI N m re"btt g line with
the PreM ent and Lyda to
gret the guests, incuding
f w ambassdos fronm
Pe u, S aed. Libya ad the
DmO n Republic, who pre
sMted thr eredentials as they
wentthrugh.
T"e, the and Ue President
started dancing. Mrs. John-
Ssoi two white archied a
her twoiece white silk dress.

rom Page 1


loank
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the way'the bank was eteed
- a wisdow was jimmyaed. He
said a full set of acetylene equip-
aet wis stolen.
It i Oded syg adacety-
le tb, a lighter, hose, a
torch amI evp a helmet and
poteie" &lames.
21e eqaipinat was valued at
Invesdgation of both thefts -
the fry and t bm k b
cotinSlm todhy. Working a
1u with e FBI She Gase-
aoerir office ad the Nw-
lbrry PoliDeprtmem
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Claim Sinaira
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Kidnap CStagej

y MNS BUCOmN Iniis a r i if ai d
UN ANGELES (AP)-Fr n -dwh
Si k.y b di y b d wpC d inh Ul lmet
acesin that luw d mr with the tiWaping S
stll Ms mtklnoaw hui
Mi pp ea-t" all i h d
bwMdafbS4 4Iad.a aas
We PP IMrdm" fl s me le ai- e -* -ah. a


m a a iad p ih. M ft.obi" TMo --"
o i iii eelar. MMfor eA% o:
mbp IriM gumn appe dAm't far km bI
a 1l bt lcdwdMarE 1 kt radnreJr. et we&
ta bwyr for te eldr f makb e the 5k agew a
, Sd MIs. M ta, Mf c "a
&emNwifdf thesst. The gnUdstatb l
Aid r*n d gitmnk d eu Will
me SISIb ti a lese pen al S
ah Ckab Sd ag atieaosMlaI


do a fS t me a- ib i

i bLekbateems USam I&r *ab
M SMd 66 t& h 81
d 6 1 4.


Ialtwr rq l i I
der are still a fare." e i tS

"I ted lasit IMiday that I
wa p-hi6 the W Hom
ISd phyd w rie he givingM
o th W p b$r. ear-
sB. lit is illwl b.M
ms to a kNtlli I we
Iet ithe p amt blol mtf-
b eMY mamotdui le to
the preas, bwmM required
task force porte..
don't ni to dot."
Asked whea Ui is med

smeent th a onm lthe
White Home hd Sinm the m-.
terial to Pearmn Mo b e to
km as a denial of t tnrud o
the TimaM tory, Sler re-
plied: "My state stands.
You caa take it on it fae val.
um."


CITY BOND VOTE

BY PRECINCTS


Unieally-e ly o dami b to cava the b lots
today- e's how city freholrs voted in yesterday's bond
deed.A: I
Girt Scoot aSdpaiteu-inThere wene 17 eligible voters
from preits 7, 1 anTd A. On the sewer question, 47 voted
for; I, ag t. City hbl, 4for: 315, against. Street and
dewalks, 4, for; W, ag.st Parks, a for; 3, against,
D for; I, against
RDcreela Citf-4 eligible frnm precincts 4 and 27.
Sbw. 3 fr; it L City ka for; Ik against.
Streets id seaI, 7, for; 1, a gigabit Parks, 2I, for;
11%, aga t kMge, W, Ior: IM, l ,pst
Votig Mai.e Wduili-4 e hoi a from pcincts a
m id swr, 1 for; h Oty hall, W 1, for; 70,
against. Streets a sdWwakl,1 fir; againstL Parks.
fIt, f1r *s ael ost Draimge, Ml. r; against.
BNeo* Juniorg N l dgllb frio preciects 23, 25
ad -e3. Si eweai s, for; lI, agaiOty Park for; 7,
*aBtL mbStr iadidiewialkslfor : sah t.Palks. 0%
hor; T1 at Drahi=e, fr Aphist.
J. J. li elIg-I votes m -pecicis m d 17.
Swer, 461, for; Il, against City bl, 41 for; I, against
Streets and sidewalks, 4a k 1hr. alIk Parks, 414, for;
IUt against Drain 4 R; I l
VFW Hatl-711 eligible from penets 1 and 21. Sewer,
46, for; I gahst. City ba 3M or 1. agaimt L f ets
and sidewalks, 416, for; 133I, against. Parks, for; IX, aga-
nst. Drainage, 43 for; 114, against
Westwood Junior Hig-1,017 eligible from precincts 24 ad
8. Sewer, at, for; 1, against. City ha, i, for; AI, against
Streets and Sidewalkb, 64, for; IN, against. Parks, 617, for;
1, against. Drainage, 610, for: 17, against.
The total number df eligible freeholder otes In th e m -
No. bond isue was 4, -3,U91 freIn tUe -pelmaI ra.
tio and U8 who signed affidavits.


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Bond Issue.


lie program and a olstier it
properly and with economy."
City Manager Bill Green said
last night be was gratified at
the turnout and success of the
bond issue.
Green, who administered the
formation of the bond pro.
Iram for more than a year,
said he felt the almost 3-1 vote
indicated a "genuine interest
chises of Gainesville to pro.
tide tU necessary municipal
impremets in order that
Gainesville might contimoe Its
rowth and .*

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Smoke

From Page 1
state law prohibiting smoking
would he coustiutiofal
"But I do't anticipate any
rush to pt such a statute io
ti books."
e sald the two charges
pkoif had used so Ir in
cases apiest mla etmrs
were negligence and breach
of waifanty.
"Negligence won't work be.
S Use tobacco cd mpaibes
coaw y had kwle* at a
-t tJr bm -kam. I
l'tdot Ssrsnly, whIc
is based O a paM ise by the




mas &ctsoer, ws bina



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From Page 1
City Finance Director Car-
ence O'Nd said today the
first step inhiitiating the bond
program once the election is
certified is to validate t bd
sale In ciralt court.
After the bonds are validat-
ed, th ciy w advertise for
bids to mell he mW mb
worth of bod O 'Mil explaei.
ed.
Spred ictd It would take
about to mnts to sel le
bMd add get the Nr million.
Cty oelshave inicatd
was prepared for the 13 po.I
jects, are nearly complet-

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word" t "I basemen timBs
whem tkies -w payeror.
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do mt me e ythng aike. I
we did, we would all want the
sam wife-and tat would be a
problem, wouldn't it?"
His ram completed, John.
-on is ready for beaklat: a
half maliam a a p of te.
'he mm sdoM Talie.
Sometimes J on remains
SI e White Hoe living qua
ter'fr man hot or two after
breakfast, os top officials or
eaylu e en the telthi me.
Johason lives with the tele-
phone, uaing It to quiz depart.
m t heads, ejole members of
Congress, or surprise casual

On a usual morning, Johnson
is in his oval office about 1:30
a.m., ready for appointments.
With may presidents, the ap-
potments schedule has been
selsacred. Visitors have'
moved i ad out according to
the titable.
For Jolhns, a schedule is
somiltng to exercise the bagt-
ination. Aim appointments will
be delayed, postponed or can-
eed. Others will be added.
While e man waits A min.
laes to see Johlon another may
find a kmnlute appointment
stretchia to an hour. If Jon-
son wats to make a point, or
enge la a thorough discussion
of a topic he judgess important,
he wilI take whatever time is
necessary.
There is another point, too,
about the President's many
meetings: he tends to observe
the cha o command, dealing
with top people in a department
oragpacy.
Both Secretary of State Dean
Rolk and Secretary of Defense
Roit cNamara see more
ofJof imn they did ofm-
* .y Sllll contacts a day
are ad flamM.
Oil ite official family,
JoOBse maintains an impres-
sive array t contacts: with
businessmen, labor leaders,
cvi rights partisans, al po.
lUl leaders and the press.
Many come for lunch and, to
UIther supise, are invited to sa-.
r first a dip in the white
House pool.
Johmnis a a ardent wooer of
an groups that influence public
opinion. Hem les t h, phones
teem, dines dem.
All W cosutation taks
time, am Jonson my leave
is office any time between 7
p.M. and mldnlght-occasiaoil-
ly late. After dining with his
family, or with guests, he may
.go to his bedroom abohd 10 or
10: p.m. to do ome more
reading. Or he may smmn a
Mical Io fron tnhe
White Hore staff to give him


Bryant Asks

Balance In

Government


received here of the recent
death of Joseph W. McGee, 73,
a former resident here two
years ago. Funeral services
were held Feb. 6 in Macon, Ga.,
at the Mahle White Baptist
Church by the Rev. Jimmy Wa-
ters. Interment was in the Bap
tist Cemetery at Empire, Ga.
Mr. McGee was a Inntime re-


TAMPA (AP) A gwing dent of Clay and Bradford
state government and coopera- Counties. He came to Florida in
tion between state and federally
governments ar necessary to- Survivors include his wdow
day to meet the needs of chang-iMrs. Frances McGee; four
ing times, according to Gov. daughters, Mrs. Jimmy Swm.
Farris Bryant. idell of Starke, Marjorie and
Bryant told O m Tampa Rose Ellen, both of Macon, and
business and leaders at the Mrs. Faith Newberry of Bun.
a a Goveriur's Day luncheon nell; a sn, 0. G. McGes of Mel-
Tuesday that he is conservative. Irose; also a brother, two sisters,
But he said "the problem isll grandchildren and two great-
not one of keeping our gove-rn grandchildren.
meant exactly like it was, but
keeping a kind of balance be- LETITIA BYLASKA
teen the growth of the state KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
and our govebfment's ability to letitia Yeomans Bylaska, 84,
serve it." died yesterday after an extend-
There is much criticism of n- ed iess.
terference by the federal gov-' Shewas born at Hopes Island,
eranm t, Bryst aid, but a J 12,1 and made
many ces "when you break her home with hr daughter,
do what the federal and Ms. Morgan Drby, in Key-
S am ing together one Heights for any years.
t begins to aense." She was a member of the Epis.
N*ne governorsid many p- pe d Churo d
pa who got welfare r vors, in n to her
i t de 011"tn are Bw &iuo icluh her hulbllnd
i n r o Sgovern- mood; three ither, T ieo-.
M "ri t f dore, Lee o d Ed Yeomans. all
sen o desoifbe"said the ,of LaBele; and a sister, Mrs.
h ga teo 1 t1e Pearl Curry, Tamp .

d sty *iy ad C. Jones Funeral Howe Chapel,
tI s ie th hiring of ad. Starke, with Rev. Fred G. Yer-
OWs Fridease workers, Ies officiateng.
ry sid, the foelral over% Burial will be to Hope Ceme-
mt it potting i p iM and tey at Theressa.
tihe state MI I .. I


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ZONES
B C D E F-Generally fair
this afternoon and tonight
Not quite so cold with low
mainly in mid awd upper 3.
t cloudy and warmer
Vrsnday with high upper
t. Northeasterly winds 5 to
5 piles as hour.
A- fa V ctoly d -mam
atdy a wanr m baa
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N Thurday I al aM to a.
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M aWd touilht. NotR qU reold
Wi tow mainly oi s Partly
111 AM wAnrMer Thursday tth
vivo 3 to 15 mst -A bher.
J-Fair ilfs atsfoof. Partly
clmy alnd M e ad with hw
ho 30 taieit and kigh Thurlday IN
beS 70. NuLulaMmfl wa NIS t1
Smiml sa bhow.
K-Partly coudy ,ths Thuin-
day. Law t itU Mwr U. High
Thursday ia tow e5. Northeagerly
wills I i M an a h Iour.

ALMANAC
St Moday .... 1:14 pm.
Ausi tomorrow ...... 7:1i anm
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actually Venu that Is movig to.
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MARIN FORtECAST
MAMT GUI, Mo d naorthast to
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Thrmdy w"t ekl t to wt I
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GAINESVILLE WEATHER:
Municipal Airport readings to
8 a.m. today: High 55 at 24
p.m., low 30 at 6-7 a.m. Ram-
fall .10 inches.


Iunami 7 51'
Tamp 47 3
N .. Orlea.. ...... 1 3
Boaton 21 1
New York 38 24 N
Kansas Cit) 42 37 M
Chicago .. .. o- i
Weahsitgton t -l1 C2
leaver 52 263 11
Fl., Wtorth 47
Leo Angeles 64 MS
iEDA KIE:T TIDES
Thursday- Hilh at 1 04t and ? 17
p a. Low At 07 i im. ad I A0 p P .


Weather Roundup


Five-Day Forecast
Temperatures will average forties in the north; low fifties
from normal to three degrees in the central portion; and low
below normal for the five day sixties in the extreme south. A
eow a t iv warming trend was forecast to
period starting at 7p.m. tonight start tonight and continue
and ending at 7 p.m. Monday., through Friday. Cooler weather
The normal high ranges from with a few showers was predict-
the high sixties in the north to e' for the weekend. Rainfall is
the low seventies in the south. expected to total about one-
The normal low ranges from the quarter inch.



Obttuari e
WILLIAM BOYD (hastine, Gerald McElroy,
Claude White and Furman Long.
HIGH SPRINGS Wilia Survivors include his widow,
Robert Franklin Boyd, 51, died Rose C.: a son, Bobby F,
at his home here yesterday. gh Springs; his parents John
He was a native of Clay Robert Boyd and Linie Baker:
County, Ala. In High Springs, Tlr brothers, L. V. and
he was a poultry farmer. Fun- Ioward, Alachua, David, Opp,
eral services will be at 2 p.m. Ala. and Leron, Jacksonville,
tomorrow. &lso seven sisters, Mrs. Kelsey
Reed and Mrs. Clara Parrish,
They'll be in the High Springs 1Pth of Winter Haven, Mrs.
aChr tthel Nasarene with Annie Belle Avant, Alachua,
rZl4L' 3. Held and John ad Mrs. Moline Adkins, Mrs.
Sny listing. Burial under Avis Adkers, Mrs. Grace Pearl
the direction f Williams- r amer, and Mrs. Leola Jack-
Thomas Funeral Home will fol- Sin, all of Opp.
low in High Springs Cemetery.
Pallbearers wil be Alton JOSEPH McGEE
Jones, Troy Moss, Haywood STARKE Word has been


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Ugly race incidents occurred re-
cently n Cleveland, a city which
long has bh famed as a "melting
pot" where different nationalities
and race got along together remark-
ably well.
A school was picketed in the
"Little Italy" district on behalf of.
race desegregation. This brought
counter-demonstrations. Scores of
policemen were assigned to the area
but were unable to control the de-
monstrators. Priests and civic lead-
ers who tried to calm the crowds
were jeered. Unruly demonstrators,
many of them youths armed with
bottles and clubs, beat up Negroes
and press photographers.
Fortunately there were no serious
injuries, which.speaks well for the
police. Nevertheless, much harm has
been done by the racially motivated
disorders which were the most pot-
entially dangerous in many years.
The incidents arose out of a decis-
ion to transport Negro pupils from
the overcrowded Hazeldell school to
three nearby schools. The transfer
apparently was not made for the pur.
=pose of altering the racial balance of
the schools.
E Desegregation groups objected be-
cause the Hazeldell classes were kept
:intact in their new schools. They
wanted the Negroes mixed in with
whites in "integrated" classes. The


bhool board then ordered listedd"
integration for the semester which
has just started. Many white parents
protested, accusing the board of
breaking a promise. The civil rights
organizations also were dissatisfied
with what they called token integra-
tion. and started picketing.
Perhaps the alarming incidents in
Cleveland would jot have occurred if
the school board had made a decision
on principle and then maintained its
position. We can He a logical reason
for keeping intact the clae trans
ferred from one I school to another,
if for no other purpose than making
the transportatioA problem easier. If
only a few pupils were involved, how-
ever, it would not be sensible to have
separate classes for them.
The citizens of a school district
should be willing'to abide by the de-
cisions on details, of transfers which
are made by a school board. They
should express their views to the
board, but if one decision goes against
them they shouldn't immediately
start picketing a id demonstrating.
It is discouraging to find this vio-
lent display of race prejudice in a city
we had come to think of as tolerant
and mature in its race relations.
This is a reminder to others of the
need for careful planning and full ex-
planations in such a sensitive field of
social relations. ,


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Northern Ireland and two reg-
iments in England on alert
for oversees dispatch.
NO ONE COULD have fore-
am btat sitat as ou -
P, TAhS1 amd Uina
ymn" for u b ao free-
do, would be summoning
British troops to safeguard
that freedom from themselves
and from each other. There
are several reams for this.
To start with, few erstwhile
olonie were adequately pre-
pared in advance for inde-
Tie Belgians gave the Con-
golese a certain economic base
but little political, technical
or self-govemning opportunity.
The Frmech built an admnir-
able cadre of political leaders
in West Africa but it is far
too tiny. And, because they


Race Trouble in Cleveland


quet trIe to Ab m
Line before a Joint session
o the Congress on the Ith
anvesary of the ivil War
Presients bt h, opened with
thm words:
"Not often to Ue isryof
mankind does a man arrive
a earth wio ias both e andl

an soft as drifin fog, who
holds inhis heart and ia the
parade of terrible storm ad
peace unspea mble a per

Now it is four years later.
Almost a century has
asination. t isthe custom
on these annversaries to won.-
der what aLincoln would say,
or do, today. The best answer
is that he would have been
straight forward, patient a-
ware of events, willing to en-
dure, to struggle toward at-
tainment of his objectives.
IN Im4 the war was not o-
ing welL (lt.w(ammokitruth,
going well for either side.)
Many of the congressional
leaders had bgonm to tuan
from Lincoln. Some outpok-
ely doubtedhe could be re-
knew this. e did noteomplain
aloud.
In August of 1ad when
WtW look dare and when
he must have ow ndie
and entertained a feeling of
having been deserted by those
who should have been with
him, he wrote out s feelings.
It was a private piece of wri-
ting Sat for blication. HiS
secretary, Job Hay, made a
copy of it. Tr years later,
Hay ub it:
'M WILL OF God pre.
vails. (Lincoln could never
find a 'church' to join. But he
wasa believer.) In t con-
tests each party claims to act
in accordance with the will of
God. Both maybe, and one
must be wrong. God cannot
be for and against the same
thing at the same time. In the
present civil war it is quite
possible that God's purpose is
something different man the
purpose of either party; and
yet the homlon hurental-
ties, working ust as they do,
are the best adaptation to ef
feet His purpose. I am almost
ready to say that this is prob-
ably true; that God wills this
contest, and wills that it shall
not end yet. By His mere quiet
power on the minds of the con.
testants. He could have either
saved or destroyed the Union
without a aman contest. Yet,
et contest began And having
begun, He could give he, a&M


On Unlet's bMr&* in
iSto, a either ia weeksdtery
yet sxthe p u o s i-
bemo aSNAId, ig
uopk ~lhtasrele-
v=e. lThires is eit a great
cgtest, this as d .qids
There has awaysi es to e
Mao tal ab t Gtis will
by enwhoth ereby* tI
p crsonal coo Lnnt MaO
is born with a freewiL Tthis
hes WAIis the gift of God. Onte
sae it or deas et


Nations


argued Algeria had never : acors racial; tribal and na-
been a national state, they tural boudlari As a result,
gave the Algerians little po. : the new lands are elously
ltical experience unless they .
eut themselves off from the.: copeting in little necolonial
iolnalist community. wars.


bie Btish models a t
idia and Pakhtan an adair-
able civil service. These have
helped keep those burgeoning
countries alive amid their own
growing nains. The British al-
so gave the Ceylonese and Cyv
priotes a maunficent econo-
mic infrastructure but no
sense of self-government, thus
encouraging chances of chaos
on each island.
THE SECOND REASON for
present confusion is that the
old empires bequeathed to
thier successor states artificial
frontiers drawn up in Euro-
pean capitals. These cut


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By C. L SUUEBRGER
LMNDON- The most a-
tsohum ape of the decl-
mial rev tion s how mso
-wlY Mem lp Wpeadst
IP Iu e invite I k
trope re their old db per-
i asters ust to keep
ali hin power. This .
pitted plhunoon is tak.-
1g pliet around the word.
The are, of course, rl-
atvely anall prri s from
European lco htri sim cooile
that still re conlo-iBritish,
Frenc Portuguee and Span-
ig pirsroas. And soe mmN O
French troopsW temporarily re
main in Algera under ac
cord that granted Algerian
Independence. T h isi, how.
ever, but a vestal phase of
the age of empires.
WHAT NEW is the return
to evacuated areas of troops
that had already departed,
now c back as protect-
on of the regimes that o w-
led them. Britain has almost
10,00 soldiers in Malaysia to
oppose iDff onIs from insa-
iable Indonesia. It has ,000
In Cyprus, now mainly con-
oeened with keeping that in-
dependent island's Greek and
Turkish speaking citizens from
slaughtering each other.
The British have sent a bat-
talion to Kenya, another to
Uganda and a commando to
Tanganyika at the invitation
of their governments. The
most amazing aspect Of this
development has been the sud.-
den mutual friendship be.
teen Landon and Keya's
Jouo Kenya the former
Mau Mau le ader.
An of this Ias strain of
nations that had reonciled
themansives to shedding an im-
prical past The British had
abandoned. military conscript-
ion, hoping they could main-
tain their NATO commitments
and dwindling overseas posts
with volunteer. Now they are
caught short with two bri-
pgrdes n Germany, two in


"A womon President is going too for. The em&scu-
lated Americon male might rebel!"


Somalis covet parts of
Ethiopia and Kenya. Ruanda
and Burundi ar embroiled
in tribal savagry. The Congo
continues to shiver like a
piece of glass about to frag-
ment into bits. Morocco wants
part of Algeria and claims
all Mauretania. Territorial
jealousies that used to prevail
in Europe's capitals now pre-
occupy the artificially carved
successor states.
Finally. decolonialism was
not prepared for sufficiently
in advance and, having been
finally decided, came too abr-
uptly. Tribal societies that
often stabilized psychological
structures were displaced un-
der colonial rule but not rt.
placed with something else
Racism had not been stamped
out; on the contrary it was
often fostered to safeguard
the privileges of rulers and
divide subject peoples.
COLONIALISM stayed on
too long with inadequate pre-
parations for a disappearance
that became inevitable two
generations ago with Wilson's
championship of self-determi-
nation and the erosion of po-
wer among European empires.
But, as a result of these in-
adequate pre parations, de-
colonialism sometimes arrived
too soon.
The answer is today's con-
fusion. It may be )ears be-
fore the former imperialists
can, in fact, divest themselves
of responsibilities they no long-
er want. And we may yet see
a series of neo-colonial wars
among fetal states which,
glorying in uninhibited free-
dom for which they often were
unready, seek to mutilate each
other in a race for spoils.


BELOW OLYMPUS


New


By RImARD WlS0N

WASHINGTON A gener
Ia patter o Communist
powre and haraussm t
the United States is merging
world wide. The Ga.ntanamo
water incident is a part of it.
The pressure exists in Pana-
ma, Ghana, Viet Nam, con-
timues In Berlin and threatens
in Bolivia, Brazil and else-
where in LatIn America.
It is i If the presure began
to rise a President Johnmon
after an interval following the
assassination of President
Kennedy. But whether this is
deliberate and concerted or
merely accidental is unknown
to officials here.


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The Third Annual Il A s Feat-
val being held at the Unbersity of
Florida this week reflects credit on
the University and the Music Depart-
ment in particular. With second-rate
facilities but with a superior staff,
the Department has sought, to fill a
void in the University by bringing
outstanding performers to the cam.
pus and enriching the cultural life
of the community.

Reid Poole, head of the Depart-
ment of Music, has assumed aggres-
sive leadership in making these cul-
tural events possible. In addition to
the Music Festival, the concert sche-
dule for the current trimester, spon-
sored by the Music Department and
the Lyceum Council, offers excellent
opportunities for music lovers.

It features not only local talent, as
in band and orchestra concerts and
faculty presentations, but also such
outstanding attractions as the Chi-
cago Opera Ballet (February 13),
the Gregg Smith Singers (March 7)
and the Pittsburgh Symphony Or-
Schestra (March 10).

The importance of these cultural
*'- contributions to the cultural life of


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Gainesville and of the University
cannot be over-emphasized. In a time
when America's eyes are turned
toward orbiting satellites, moon-
bound rockets and sky-riding super-
sonic jets, it is good to be reminded
of the creative 'mind and spirit of
man as expressed in the arts. The
"golden ages" of civilization have al-
ways been those in which the physi-
cal achievements of men were
matched by spiritual achievements
as well by beauty and vigor in
aesthetic expression.

The really remarkable thing about
the Fine Arts Festival, the Concert
Series and the excellent music or.
ganizations at the University is the
progress that has been made in the
face of difficulties -- lack of ade-
quate financial support, limited fa-
cilities, improvised housing, and tar.
dy recognition of the role of the fine
arts in any great university pro-
gram.

Only the loyalty and effort of a
capable and devoted staff can ae-
coaunt for this impressive record of
things amamplihed. Congratulations
an In order.


Voice of the People

The Sun's Opinion Page


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'Radical's' Critic
Taken to Task
EDITOR, Sun: Our myster-
-tous "Philo Sopher" seems to
be upset when John Hastings
-W M other "radicals" question
our laws and econommie ss-
te. Ht also seems to i
S that JobsHastilpin ss -
S s er, a student and a m
S Wt a family to mpt
O! n aD tree cadt I
S ing him to taste LJiM
i npis ad a forest, a mn
a* Yankee,. or st m r.
Be's registered a a vetr
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W* htohe hoa dooMt Is
ftita the t ane someSS
c i the bdly state and coity.
S As to bel a lnt, there
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Shis critiim Oa space
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oeedr by "Phlo Sophr."
A m yes enwalm, my

alim abbey as r sioIhM -1
ee ibor tragpib is p.-
pm a pem hears
bhad "pmr bftreamIe

Atu mnlb d toe

pub~Ip MM olt mS

Oah a iaLn, a


im iget Su Epe n as
rair iaMy, wi if s ty
"rck do. kmr by aowig
A with hoher wd (i
the low r l), bAeyb
as a whole bds uite wi.
As t qmeetm aeece ab
oa ldw, my father mat cer
talywu be labeled as a
"radill" by ehmob d the
hfl left at Sir l.-
-hsrs, SNetw lh n.
moe (uh a mndw the War-
ribs 'Mlit d rMui). 4ly
MAn her *l Sh e

prise itoayte sms d
dth 3a0 Cwtu7 "leah."
Thf Ntao of I t rkr
Ia.e am Alt ua
we haae stt t bels Bam
;ad Sr wnm- O hKU k 1


By DAVID LAWNCE
WASHINGTON aure Is
a growog feeling among
many members of Coionre
that Ie Unita tes is be.
I puib w ul in the
werld and ul tht hee re
rat d forbwrance in
Amuseka forelp policy
which ave bea ewdsed Ia
the last few years have been
misinterpreted abroad as a
up of weakness and Irm-
lies
The n fee It h Fidel
Cate thoug he could
Ins.61US asUsabyide-
aft wer tob te
M mod Base In a i of
bla hei M Iy has
em deuIfl U rts
pdig hs B a holintl S
muier a oe..n...esis.
this wa syr invade
tE utiID STAB 0w
der the lemedy adinli-ra
toe took a firm pll
k demsing t resmul f
a SeBMWt Ais, bdt d
ad Mis sa by imbing
at fel*ar *wl


Be am aof he,
m bam w ih Sd quam-

aNrhus le0kW in a
a"s 41010 -lw I
1e Mu on
=rnmeO da


PRESIDENT JOHNSON
has had to face an unusual
series of nt raning from
Za7ibar and Cyprus to a
coup In Viet Nam upetting
the Kennedy- tblshed gov-
er t, the downing of
an American aircraft in East
Germany, anit-American riot-
ing in Panama, and anit-Am-
erican dnemostratons in
Ghana. Communist or Com
munistoriented factions were
involved in these develop-
ments, but the coup in Viet
Nam was coidered to be
more antldCamunist in ns
ture.
These dlmtrbanem have
tended to divert President
Johnso from what was his


own strength to solve the pro-
bula. stad, there has bee
a tdsecy to N"av t to the
Organization of Amer-
ican States and to a prolong-
ed palaver. Th theIory s that
this is a better way to main.
tai frdship witb wher La.
tiD -aricalji ltria.
But gradually respect for
the United States government
itse diminishes when it fails
to stand up for its own right.
Evb in Latin-Amrican ucow
tri tser waepret e B
pae-s wt fe hist yar
Si b ito d Sates had
not M bII aM t puba
lm lit AnImit d
not aftlM t riit of .
specio, ein by b Ua-
ad Nati 5 ld~am e w-.
ter the ia te actual.
ly be.n m llu .
Under sck ciramsaneus,
the Ued Sltateaa ew can
km4y pi0n the caa ege
wi h Cambr M ag. To
fam up to bI is Importat
as i to domed is MM lat




I- le meh S
aies ll s
a Ml~r~~f


.amilRil


main aim, attention to domes-
tic problems and tmulaion .
of boom like economic con-
ditions in an election year.
The question is whether or
not some decisive act will
have to be taken as a con-
vincing world demonstration
of President Johnson's firm-
ness in opposing Communist
enroachments and harass-
ments.
This question has two as-
pects. In one sense it is a
problem of leadership in the
world. In another sense it is
a domestic political problem.
THE REPUBLICANS are
beginning to level on Presi-


First the British, and now
the French, have agreed to
supply Castr o with buses for
his internal transportation
needs.
IF TIE WEITN allies .
cannot show any more sow-
lidarity than tey have con-
cerning Cuba, then it is time
perhaps for America to deter.
mine how much it can af-
ford to dohereafter withits
military forms to support
Povenmmes Evrope that
fuse tI r1ele by sup
prdng ab pIdes of the
MtSed Ste i tUs bhei
Mach ofl11 MIm r the
at Of lu m S Great
Brit" rfetes bwer, upon
be sahnH I aeme I Wash.
k1m, becs a few weeks
IV a spreds tothe l of
Amslen wheat to the Sovi.
sd. The msee that deal
wm nmome and It was re
vialed that 1e ovnermet
here ndo aml help Il
ane e h m etinm el tb
ad was off b pe.
ThImb bksa M be ftd
gi abby sa* isa

*Mfh bch .o test 5,
"Mi =6lM, u1 -

fll Mait b 1Y
es #a fto*-


dent Johnson for vacillation
in the face of serious Commu-
nist pressures. This comes not
merely from candidates for
the presidential, nomination
but is the note struck by Sen.
Everett M. Dirksen iRep,,
Ill ), the Republican leader in
the Senate. Dirksen's state-
ments reflected also a less
political concern- among
members of the foreign rela.
tions committee, of whom
Dirksen is one. that events in
the world have suddenly taken
a worse turn which requires a
firm response from the United
States.
It is noted that the warm-up
in relations with Russia is not
reflected in a dozen countries
in the world where anti-Am-
erican or anti-Western action
has been taken. All kinds of
theories grow from this cir-
cumstance. One is that Russia
is aligning itself with the U S,
while Communist China sti-
mulates disorders in various
parts of the world. But it is
pointed out also that the Cuba
incitement followed a trip by
Castro to Moscow, that while
he was there the Panama dis-
orders happened, followed by
the plane incident. In this con-
text Russia also plays a part.
THE COMMUNIST pres-
sure in this hemisphere is be.
tNg exerted at the two points
which are most sensitive, both
having military and prestige
significance the Panama
Canal and the Guantanamo
Naval Base.
One aspect of this is that
neither of these military posi-
tions is any longer of critical
Importance to the United
States, but if we back up it
will look like a Communist
victory over the colossus of the
north. In Panama the Castro
agitators and rioters are get-
ting a free ride on the nation-
alist movement there. The
Guantanamo base has long
since outlived its main funct-
ion as a fueling point for naval
'Meis in te arib an, but
to relinish it would be to
give in to Cast
The pirenre which now
st are considered to be on-
ly the bqWOWg. If these
pmnas -ntdi they m
e.id to be raed in
at osoae srwdise, s
aBgl 44 m. ge r.


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By Interlndi


Congratulations Are in Order


CONNECTED CHAIN OFDISTURBANCES?


Wave of Communist Pressure


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Castros' Dare Needs Answer


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idnse as t M Te. "PuS-
ti El Jno MW. tI I
am 3mnf t ms W. 4L SUt

aft N9lsf.e ana


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T .wP' mi Thoughts

a-ma On A


WRace Trouble A Clevend7

Race Trouble in Clevelhnd


Ugly race incidents occurred re-
cently in Cleveland, a city which
long has been famed as a "melting
pot" where different nationalities
and race got along together remark-
ably well.
A school was picketed in the
* "Little Italy" district on behalf of
race desegregation. This brought
counter-demonstrations. Scores of
* policemen were assigned to the area
but were unable to control the de-
monstrators. Priests and civic lead-
ern who tried to calm the crowds
were jeered. Unruly demonstrators,
many of them youths armed with
bottles and clubs, beat up Negrow
and press photographers.
Fortunately there were no serious
injuries, which speaks well for the
police. Nevertheless, much harm has
been done by the racially motivated
disorders which were the most pot-
entially dangerous in many years.
The incidents arose out of a decis-
ion to transport Negro pupils from
the overcrowded Hazeldell school to
three nearby schools. Their treaster
apparently was not made for the pur.
pose of altering the aial balance of
the schools.
Desegregation groups objected be-
cause the Hauuldell classes e kept
intact in their new schoolK. They
wanted the Neis mixed in with
whites in "lnteatod" classes. The

congratulations
The Third Annual Fine Arts 'nti-
val being Wlat the Unversity of
Florida tl atW rofect croedits--
the University and the lusic Depart-


school board then ordered "laitel"
integration for the semester which
has just started. Many white parents
protested, accusing the board of
breaking a promise. The civil rights
organizations also were dignatiafied
with what they called token integra-
tion and started picketing.
Perhaps the alarming incidents in
Cleveland would not have occurred if
the school board had made a decision
on principle and then maintained its
position. We can se a logical reason
for keeping intact the classes trans-
ferred from one behool to another,
if for no other pUi'poV than making
the transportation problem easier. If
only a few pupils emre involved, how-
ever, it would not e sensible to have
separate classes fr them.
The citizens of a school district
should be willing 4o abide by the de.
cisions on details of trainers which
are made by a athool board. They
should iexress their views to the


Birthday

Card Sdm rg, in his .el-
quet tribute to Abraham
Uocob fore a jolet session
of te Congress on the 1Ith
iversary thn Civi War
P idt's1 ht, opened with
these words:
"Not oftes teo tory of
mualthed does a man arrive
on earth who is both steel and
velvet, who is a bard as rock
and soft as drifting fog, who
holds bIhis heart and mind the
paradox of terrible strmn and
peace unspeakable and pw-
fect...."
Now it is four years later.
Almost a century has
pased since Licol's as-
sessination. It is the custom
on these anniversaries to won-
der what nLicoln would say,
or do, today. The bt answerom
is that be would have baun
straight forward, patient a-
ware of events, willing to en-
dure, to struggle toward at.
tainment of his objectives.


...... -.... .. . INliK thnwar wa notpo-
board, but if one dsesion goes against ing we. (It sot in ,
them they shouldn't immediately o well for er side.)
start picketing ani demonstrating. Many of the congressioal'
It is dicoua to find this vio leaders had beun to tun
lent disl of a prejudice in a city from Un L Soe two -
wf ae n ly d u b te d h e =oWl b e re-M
we hd come link of as tolerant anomlned. Useks, ofures,
and mature in its race relations. knew this. He did otcomplain
This is a reMIded to others of the aloud.
mad for cartel planning fad full I Augut of 1M wa
platios i such sensitive field of odaprk, ad when
so"al fti and entered a feeling of
A1* i having ba deserted by those
Are m Urder who have ben wI
W, heweo OtIlN e eg .
Gainesvile and of the University It was a private pi1 of w
ananot be ovea4m~usieL. 1a time st Mo for pubSlic .
wmhMee, Jre aHry, ador
w rie' eyes are turned copy of it. Thirty years later,
toward orbiting satellites, moon. Hay published it:


ment in ticf..'With see.nd-rate MiAVtrcketa and ski-riding super-
facilities but with a superior staff, sonic jets, it is good to be reminded
the Departent sought to filla f the crutve mind and spirit of
void in the 3ivqpty by bri ing : an as expressed in the arts. The
outstanding, perfoes to the cant-. "golden ae& of civilization have al*
pus and eandching the cultural Ita ways beess those in which the physi-.
of the community cal a elements of me were


Reid Poole, head of the Depart-
ment of Music, has assumed aggres-
sive leadership in making these cul-
tural events possible. In addition to
the Musick Festival, the concert ache-
dule for the current trimester, spon-.
sored by the Musk Department and
the Lyceum Council, offers excellent
opportunities for music lovers.

It features not only local talent, as
in band and orchestra concerts and
faculty presentations, but also such
outstanding attractions as the Chi-
cago Opera Ballet (February 13),
the Gregg Smith Singers (March 7)
and the Pittsburgh Symphony Or-
chestra (March 10).

The importance of these cultural
contributions to the cultural life of


: etched b rby spiritual schievments
as well by beauty and vigor in
aesthetic expression.

The really remarkable thing about
the Fine Arts Festival, the Concert
Series and the excellent music or.
ganizations at the University is the
progress that has been made in the
face of difficulties lack of Ade.
quate financial support, limited fa-
cilities, improvised housing, and tar.
dy recognition of the Trle of the fine
arts in any great university pro-
gram,

Only the loyalty and effort of a
apable and devoted staff can ac-
count for this impresive record of
things accomplished. Congratulations
are in older.


Voice of the People

S.--On The Sun's Opinion Page--
,,,,selm emtimeo h, er e dem ani, we n fsW VS O f I# PesH mi. a-m
Se limed ad w em~a' eOdlsAs bee. s ,ueit ea S A hum am
S--md w ad e h w-- e w le aem Sd W Se e r. air sm he m--a The
sI,, ,e,, ea tse me yss mary tel w shsa, w It e, A mehe whs 'sa mo o -


'Radical's' Critic
Taken to Task


EDITOR, Sun: Our myster-
ious "Phil Soper" seems to
be upset when John Hasthp
and dier "raw" quetmi
ar laws ad omic sys-
ten. He ab sme to nk
that John Hasthips a5at-
sider a datid a man
without a aiy to por
Sa threecots I SII
king hiM to taek. Je -lu
gs is aot a forelm,Er
a Yak, r thar asMR,
He's rgmeWd a a veW
bere in GeaMvia, ad .
Wthe hee a rano l At-b
Un da Inws ad AiNNs
Fd cly, ste and eeiny.
As i th a sdilK, ri
"'*1 'ln Itr I rW

ti JsWa t,1il. W W .
!S U dofi t,
wowtf*a".
AamawbmIN"
it W Wtk966b.


and be ha't failed to support
it
Being hi I e bto
know.
My fathers reamfor writ-
ti histei on spNce
heaters are q defendae,
and I mseeo aim be
oared by "PMb aopher."
Ag yu ei nmrI. my

lldruilI diotrvicti e
m isam h tq islre-
hed "m "r allh* al*,



-L 61 all-


i Went alitse h ft
low mdi a- ia ft erdt


An mW d lbfte ul


sU' thap a hbm.liialn
prea. Sach empeea as
res~as st delem wi -
rather heay, a I asMha
"rocks the heat" by c
ot w highr slm e (hk
th.i iwer 1), t -hiym
as a whole dee qdft wel
As to quetimsa ano- e
ad law, my father mt car-
taily would he iheld a a
racial by eemis f he
hiMc lftdatd *r h-
teeters, the tlwlis-
a (whn e mew the War-

re, adt Pai -y) ms

Is St Can7y "aerl"
To ne of yer iNtter
hmea m in d ut owht
mem dw e yaiy.
Inr. "Mt abir."At60t
Siped a Bill, aih is
me Am Id Malm


"IS WU OF God pre-
vails. (Lincoln could never
find a churchh' to join. But hbe
was a believer.) In great coo-
tests each party claims to act
in accordance with the wil of
God. Both may be, and one
most be wrong. God cannot
be for and against the same
thing at the same time. In the
preset civil war it is quite
possible that God's purpose is
something different from the
purpose of either party; and
yet the human instrumentali-
ties, working just as they do,
are the best adaptation to ef-
fect His purpose. I am almost
ready to say tat this is prob.
ably true; that God wils this
contest, and wills that it shall
not end yet. By His mere quiet
power on the minds of the co.-
testants. He could ha either
saved or destroyed the Union
without a numan test Yet,
the contest began. And having
begun, He would give the fina
victtory either side my day.
Yet the oiat proceeds...."
On UInco'si birthday in
IM, a few bri weeks after
yet another president has
been amuoleno d, ths phlo-
eapW seloquy has rsl-
vance. There is again a great
test, is one werid e.
There has always be to.
much talk about Ge's will
by men who thereby sk to
e themselves for lack of
pomrs e mmiini M, B
is bon with a free will. Tis
free will is the gift o GedL Oac
exerses M, or doe Mt.

INCOIMN ALWAYS acted.
He was comnstl wi khis
party st camh t, spilt smm
ways aO theme d sl very.
The memmat d e tiM
ild w tibh in popls-
ig to buy the S e fha the
Southern owns freelia
dime aald .SlU the =for
[i- Ues where amders
who taught ts aieu en-
wise. The radmiks ale wre



adIry "an a at fd jtdle
msed bySh tel Mm
a wIoay I.dt."hwr
als was b-M pes- iad
I eMlw i et.k s
at ma ot a isr 6t
tAmrhea s deIM rpts r

all edebL As asti"
dpaSimestakb in,

manage


'Saviot


By C.L. IZBman


ONDON The mt -
tkgnw apo e the d -d
M i i- is hI-ow m
-a ( laaf eodt
gsrnmIH t6VIte ItS
blip k" thr al mbp
li mast t to keep
the s hi paer. Tils u-
a"mil Amm-mm is it*
INM N aE nd tM worId.
W art, o V urI rl-
a sy ma l .rrinsol fmrM
Eulp. comilfri g 13 a1ele.
that l are w s il:.
racKl PrPl S t sp-
h gaSrrisoa And u m ,
Freud trops tsopoary to-
ma in Algueria Is the aw-
cord tbt gted Alperian
indepudence. Thin I, how-
ever, but a vestigal phase of
the age of empires.
WHAT 5 NEW is the return
to evacued ars of troops
that had aeady departed.
now cone ick as protect-
Sof the regimes that ous-
ted them. Britain has ahost
10,m slers in Malaysia to
oppee ibncus from is-
tiable landoeia. It has I0L
in Cyprus, now mainly con-
crned with keeping that in-
dependt land's Greek and
rkish eki cithmms frM
slaughter ech other.
The British have sent a bat-
talon to Kenya, another to
Uganda and a commando to


irs'


of


Tagayika at the invitation
of their geraments. The
mast aMaing aspect of this
development has bee the sud-
m mutual friendship be-
tw Lando i Kenya's

3. MMgr.s
Al of thb I a a rain of
nations that had recoiled
tbhmaelve to ahdding an im-
perial pt. British had
am ed m Htary co ript-
ion, hopbig they could main-
tain their NATO coamitments
and dwindling overm s posts
wtth vk iears. Now they amr
caught short with two bri-
grandes in Germany, two in
Northern Iretlnd and two reg-
laentsin Egland on alert
foroverseas dispatch.
NO ONE COULD have fore.
see that such states as Ken-
ya, Tanganyika and Uganda,
yearng for "Uhur" or free-
don, would be summouno
British troops to safeguard
that freedom from themselves
and frnm each other. There
are several reasons for this.
To start with, few erstwhile
colonies were adequately pre-
pared in advance for inde-
pendence.
The Belgians gave the Con-
ple-e a certain economic base
but litte political, technical
or self-governing opportunity.
The French built an admir-
able cadre of political leaders
in West Africa but it is far


New


too tiny. And, because they
argued Algeria had never
been a national state, they
gave the Algerians little pO-
litical experience unless they
cut themselves d from ea
The tish hiadd a to
IlaS I Paki a amir-
able civil service. These have

helped keep those burgeoning
countries alive amid their own
growing pains. The British al-
so gave the Ceylonese and Cy-
priotes a magnificent economy
mic infrastructure but no
sense of self-government, thus
encouraging chacs of chaos
on each island.
THE SECOND REASON for
present confusion is that the
old empires bequeathed to
thier successor states artificial
frontiers drawn up in Euro-
pean capitals. These cut
acors racial, tribal and na-
tural bomdaries. As a result,
the new lands are jealously
competing in little neocolonial

Somalis covet parts of
Ethiopia and Kenya. Ruanda
and Burundi are embroiled
in tribal savagery. The Congo
continues to shiver like a
piece of glass about to frag-
ment into bits. Morocco wants
part of Algeria and claims
all Mauretania. Territorial
jealousies that used to prevail
in Europe's capitals now pre-


Nations


occupy the artificially carved
successor states.
Finally, decolonialism was
not prepared for sufficiently
in advance and, having been
finally decided, came too abr-
uptly. Tribal societies that
often stabilized psychological
structures were displaced un-
der colonial rule but not re-
placed with something else.
Racism had not been stamped
out; on the contrary it was
often fostered to safeguard
the privileges of rulers and
divide subject peoples.
COLONIALISM stayed on
too long with inadequate pre-
parations for a disappearance
that became inevitable two
generations ago with Wilson's
championship of self-determi-
nation and the erosion of po-
wer among European empires.
But. as a result of these in-
adequate pr reparations, de-
colonialism sometimes arrived
too soon.
The answer is today's con-
fusion. It may be years be-
fore the former imperialists
can, in fact, divest themselves
of responsibilities they no long-
er want. And we may yet see
a series of neo-colonial wars
among fetal states which,
glorying in uninhibited free-
dom for which they often were
unready, seek to mutilate each
other in a race for spoils.


CONNECTED CHAIN OF DISTURBANCES?


New Wave of Communist Pressure


By RICHARMD WIJON
Wasthgge Bore.s
WASHINGTON A gener-
al pattern of Commaunist
prsu and harassment of
thM Uited States is emerging
worM wide. The Guan mo
water incident is a part of it
The pmnre exists in Pans-
ma, Ghana, Viet Nam, co-
inus in Berlin and threatens
in Bolivia, Brazil and else-
where in Latin America.


It is as if the pressure began
to rise on President Johnson
after a interval following the
asa tion of President
Kennedy. But whether this is
deliberate ad concerted or
merely accidental s unknown
to officials here.
SPREI DENT JOHNSO N
has had to face an unusual
series of events, ranging from
Zanibar and Cyprus to a
coup in Viet Nam upsetting
the Kennedy established gov-


COLORED NEWS


L F. Childs, Coloed Nmews Edit


CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
ML Pleasant Methoadit -
The WoIan's Society of Christ-
ian Service will meet today, 7:M
p.m. in the second unit of the
church. rs. K. D. Childs, pre.
sident. Choir No. I will have its
rehearsal tomoow, 7: p.m.
I C-i d, u jit. Ltwlia


CARD OF IHANA
Mrs. Rubye M. Kibwrough,
I NW 41st Ave., wishes to
thank friends for kindmnees,
tring her ss in the hospital.
Also membersthe Chuch of
Christ for other acts of kadnesm.


vU.. awn r -e w PM NAIIj
Parker, organist. Rev. W. M. Smith m
h of God by Faith No. Mi M ittf e WMlla bothof
-Therwill be igt w Thip aO were vitlcge ye
Friday, 7:9 pa-urda.
Friday 7: p.m. Mrs. Carrie Williams return.
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist- ed here yesterday from Phia-
Sunday School, :1 a. m.; delpit, Pa., wer she was
morning worship, 11 a.m.; and caed because of buhasm .


evening worship, I pan. Rev. H..
Kinsey, pa-or.
Spring ll Baptist Sunday
School 1 as.: morni- wor-
ship, 11 a.m.; ad evening wor-
sip, 6:5 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis,
pastor; Mrs. Catherine McGill,
Pilg Rest Church of rist
in Unlty Slay SchBol 1
a.m; and atenm worship,
3:3 p". Eder Bals Arm
strog, par; Mrs. Mary H
reoter.
Frdi Bap Sunday
School, t8 a.; morning war-
iAp, 11 JL; ad eneag wor-
hip, 7 p.j. Rea. D. E. Whits,
pastor.


SW1P X PARTY
here was a surprise birthday
party giva eealy i hobor f
Revy. Richard Dads, pastor of
both ee Mt. Nebo A. M. E.
Church at Silver Sprg and
te SL John AXMJE. Crh at
Fairbeanks wit hi wie, Mrs.
Clyd Daks, a botms.
The hom e was beatidy do-
,ared sw t. hontes eci-
ed amy uadl ad bheWev
gifts. A repst was smuld.
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ad MmsVme Carte, Mm.
WOla McGr ad W. J. Bkrr,
ald gd Sv rtpr ; thd herh
e's aster., Mrs. i e Deadi
and his ister, Mrs. Wia M
Stokes, both d Micaopy; Mrs
Calerine Mrs. m
Murray, Mr. ad Mrs le
Saie, ea C. C. Rhi lba,
W.rM fta Cam.
Mr.a& si.I F. Mrs. LNd-

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wards and so, Gorp, all of
Atlanta, Ga., arrived here yes-
terday for a two-wek visit
with Mrs. Edwards' relatives.
Mr. ad Mrs. Jim Brown,
and daughter, Hel, al f MI-
ami, whose visit he for the
past two weeks his be plea-
sa left yesterday for their
home.
Miss Gertrude Ga ., of St.
Petersburg, passed thrsgh
Galnesvie yesterday en route
to Jacksmonville to viit with her
ant Mrs. Miled G. Ader,-
as, and ether relatives.
Fred Rivers, f Ocals, pea-
d though GaMville yester
day en route to SL Augustine.
Mr. and M. Robert Ful*.,
of Jacksoville, were puts
here the past weekend.


AORGANUATIMN
OF MEINODWT MEN
The reorganintim of the Me-
thIsh Mm was hl at the
Meant Pleasal Mehodl
urch for ImI and oi emars
arme m folm: Jams sew-
art, praldS,; Gemp Dna,
vicridi;: Mlade. JJib
o, sretary; JOephk Acsa,
abat secret; iBl Tr.
er, treemI ; Je"d Wl-
ams, chaplhi; Vem Carter,
ne secretary; s Joseph
Aouet, haleries.
The mabenrs of the p q
committee are: Rev. W. M.
Ferpoa, chair ; Collie Al-
lee W. J. RoMbia and Lo
is Jacksc, mSn Manr.
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ermnent, the downing of
an American aircraft in East
Germany, anit-American riot-
ing in Panama, and anit-Am-
erican demonstrations in
Ghana. Communist or Com-
munist-oriented factions were
involved in these develop-
ments, but the coup In Viet
Nam was considered to be
more anti-Communist in na-
ture.
These disturbances have
tended to divert President


Beatrice Certain.


NOTICE
The Pallbearers Lodge No.
54, pride of Gainesville, will
meet Thursday, Feb. 13, at 8
p.m. at the regular meeting
place. Fred Alexander, presi-
dent; Mrs. Ella Drayton, repor-
ter.

JOINT SERVICE
The New Salem Baptist
Church with Rev. C. J. Johnson,
pastor, nd congregation will
conduct a joint service at the
Wesley Chapel Methodist Epis-r
copat Church, Saturday, Feb.
15, at 7:3 p.m.
The public is invited. Rev. R.
James, pastor; Mrs. P. L.
Scott, reporter.

TO APPEAR IN PROGRAM
The choral group of Lodge
No. 113 will appear ia a pro-
gram Friday at I p.m. at the
Spring Hill Baptist Church.
Levi Griffin, president of
Choir No. 1; Charlie Roes, pre-
sident of choral group; Mrs. P.
L. Scott, reporter.


NOTICE
T'e West Coast Ministers
and Deacons Union choir is
asked to meet Tesday, Feb.
t, at lp P. at the home of
Mrs. H. G. Shiman at Arre-
Deacon Ben C. Davis, presi-
det; Mrs. P. L. Scott, repor-
ter.
MD= NOTICE
The Rev. T. D. Davis, pas
tr, ad mgregaon of the
Spring Hill Baptist Church
will conduct a joint service at
the ML Olive Primitive Bap-
Mst arh, Iuday at I
.. in the inter d Rev. H.
Khey eigsivearys .
Demoma E fl reporter-.

*bituarite
WHI MN -0ms
Funra stvies for Willie
Bn Hspeis, of tilfUth
SAwie, w be held at he Du-
m Brthers Opel at I p.M.I
nursday wil Rev. S. M. Dan-
i dflc iaati.l He was a Navy
Veterma of W. W. II.
mis iunediate survivors in-
lde his widow, Mrs. Irene
Eoib, cwty; mi Willie




and 30P Hopkis, tba
Ga.; b Leters, IW. opgis
Akmfti; J. T. Hopkins,
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Johnson from what was his
main aim, attention to domes-
tic problems and stimulation
of boom like economic con-
ditions in an election year.
The question is whether or
not some decisive act will
have to be taken as a con-
vincing world demonstration
of President Johnson's firm-
ness in opposing Communist
encroachments and harass-
ments.
This question has two as-
pects. In one sense it is a
problem of leadership in the
world. In another sense it is
a domestic political problem.
THE REPUBLICANS are
beginning to level on Presi-
dent Johnson for vacillation
in the face of serious Commu-
nist pressures. This comes not
merely from candidates for
the presidential nomination
but is the note struck by Sen.
Everett M. Dirksen (Rep.,
Ill i, the Republican leader in
the Senate. Dirksen's state-
ments reflected also a less
political c o n cern among
members of the foreign rela-
tions committee, of whom
Dirksen is one, that events in
the world have suddenly taken
a worse turn which requires a
firm response from the United
States.
It is noted that the warm-up
in relations with Russia is not
reflected in a dozen countries
in the world where anti-Am-
erican or anti-Western action
has been taken All kinds of
theories grow from this cir-
cumstance. One is that Russia
is aligning itself with the U.S.
while Communist China sti-
mulates disorders in various
parts of the world. But it is
pointed out also that the Cuba
incitement followed a trip by
Castro to Moscow, that while
he was there the Panama dis-
orders happened, followed by
the plane incident. In this con.
text Russia also plays a part.


THE COMMUNIST pres-
sure in this hemisphere is be-
ing exerted at the two points
which are ost sensitive, both
having military and prestige
significance the Panama
Canal and the Guantanamo
Naval Base,
One aspect of this is that
neither of these military posg-
tons is any longer of critical
importance to the United
States, but if we back up it
will look like a Communist
victory over the colossus of the
north. In Panama the Castro
agitators and rioters are get-
ting a free ride on the nation.
list movement there. The
Guantanamo base has long
since outlived its main funct-
ion as a fueling point for naval
vessels in the Caribbean, but
to relinquish it would be to
give in to Castro.
The pressures which nw
exist are considered to be on
rine es susie the y iae
expected to be rewd aie
at sme ister date, a has
ben the cas e cWtmoa it
Bert for 15 yes. Tl eain.
a soe amabsm d Cia
b feel that the Jolm *
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WASINGTON A sma-of the American FooWtba
Uk repetit of last year's in the fall, ma
hien war is developing, t e only chan to offer
ime with Japan. games in both leagues. Starting
The Jpanese ovem nthe fall of 195, the AF.L.
hai alued slnta n togames switch to the National
troadcasting Company under.0
ports April 1, flwg a big eL" a ....
an ID ha"m erprt c+IN THE COURT Of .THE COUNTY
Syear. JUXE ALACHUA COUNTY. n.
U. S. poultry sales to Japan ^TATE
were only 000 pounds in us in p. ASHAW.
Deceasd
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there was a big sport in sales. ToALL WIo rr a Ay co caE-
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For the year as a whole exports LEE BASHAW hafil ed r am
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worth more than $1.6 million. Sea trara flb,,
he Japanese poultry to.se winl applyto the orble H
tlry protested, asking for a 1 Cownty Fda oJ df A
ua 7 Floristsa A
qWymtnhg of the o per cnt t aovalatheta "
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tr b. 7 Japanese Tariff Comn- d. te P.st AaftnpaPas..
miio settled on a doubling cORA LE BASHA
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a bi to that effect will s1tor u, e JPWiso
ybesu b ebietd to d ie parlia Athrma a Lr
miat with an Aprl 1 effective GM UM. tmr.
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To WhOM itrr AY CONCERN;
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eage football is scheduled to
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eveg nt fall in a new
deal separate from the Colu.n
A Bramodinftg SysRtem's rec
eat purhae d most f the
league's regular season for $14
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WASHINGTON-'The admi-
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fol, newonen to viit Guato-
aao, Naval Base at this time.
Assistant Secretary of De-
fetie Arthur Sveer said
Ipay that 53 repraatives
nmerican and foreign prem,
riSo and televion media have
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it the hue.
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iht height emotional ea


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wIns cMcIrr cover orF TH
EIGTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FWRID4 IN AND F OR
ALACRUA COV"Y. tI SCRA IVY
ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
CORPORATION,
aLJlbua Croreatia, wuthbrisd to
d bushiessl l the MSate f Flrdsa.
a.- No. inUM
NOTICE Or Furr
THE STATE OF IrFlUA
TO: J & J Cadesiet CaL, .a Talb-
hase, Dr.. whose pla t business
is UBen
YOU AnRE EmEBY RMUIRBD to
flv-mr ame wrt- dmam.
f say. t she abue piemig wit
t rtf t M diC.er Sl to ewa
'r tmeaf u the PklW. at
t-rm. irwse as aud ams-e ap-
pentrs eus. or beo the S
oMatmure o tuhs pdo ..edhr bfi
a ul tr tbselere a atlasi
memS fevlait deewrtbe m1 1p.-
pall ltaue aid beig to AlMeau
canr. e a. rAitw o:
masiq at Northee carer at
mportie owed by F. 2L m1t
AI the Sfetbht l'4 t.eh fl
st 1/4 S ib SthoafOt I'4 a
SlewI 31. TOWMI Rg S 31.
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fr. saed ORDERED at Galnla
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af Joinery. IMS.
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CIert CImiCt ou et
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the eafht of tIeS* cmdeon
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sakuata. wst W. C. Has-
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Alabama Wants.
Part of Floridq
MONTGOMERY, AM. (APi--
Nimbrs of an AMbama interk
kgis tve cuniutee are pa
ning a trip to confer with 1or.
ida Gov. Farmis Bryatt abo an.
neing part of his state to A -
Tie asnmittee wants to merge
the northwest Florida panhandle
with Alabama. -
Ne group unanimously de-
Mided to ask Gov. George Wak
lace to set the date when he
could aecapany the committee
to Tallahassee for talks wh
Bryant.
Nate o Applctau far Tais Heed
fee. IIM. VA.
ICE IS HEPEBN GINEN. thate,
ADDIE MAE COLEMNN the ofMre
Ad the iewin certhleates h as iA,.
said Metfltete aI s tax des t be
beed thert. The retifct at u nm
hber tt ers of Inace. the d e.
the f the property, and the names
wh It was assessed aeas Bews:
Certiicat No. 437. Year ofI IUIance
il" Deserplto of Prrey NW of
k 175 Witoder S of Lwl St.
Name la which sa e ABNER
JONES
All Of ud property being in Othe
County of AlJachua. StakIe Flera.
'aleMs such erti"f te or rerflaat
14all be redeemed according to law the.
fpeWty described la Mich eartleate or
eertleates II be old to the highest
bddes at the court house door -a the
Madly n Month of blank. 4.
IiAla the dayy of March, IM.
Dal" thi tw h da of Jamitary.
J. B. CARMICHAEL
Ceut of CIrItt Court at
Alachusa ( nty, sinrM
(M3) 1:1. 1'5, Is 15
CALL FOR BIDS
Seald thid will be retivd by the
Department of Public Safety. tate
of Florida, until 1-0e am., the Mit
day of February, 1 4., la th Gaincow
Vlle. Florida HiWhway PItrl fletis
at which time aid place all bids r-
"edlvd wi he publicly epened and
read aloud for furnishing all luIbe
aid materials for stmt lg the set.
Mwlag boUidin:
Pr ,et. Galearil* k Atahe Adl-
dtia aid AlteratdMs:
Amost of Certifted or CliUrr'
k eet wh bid. S per eal f base bid
Deposil for Drawings and lipecidite
UIs. t$1.M.
All work shall be doe Iin aeerd-
ali with the drawings ad speeillee-
tion prpared by Huddle.ton. Satr.
field. Evans A Lile. Anrtihtts j and
BMglaers. Tallahaaee. Florida. and
In aeeordance with coMnrct lain
toen to bidder and contract doninalt
pertalning thren, which dnaw .
specficatiou, iruncthol, conirand
deeoments. and form of eontrc
may be M aed or examined at the
office the Architect.
General contractor may njour
drawing andi spelflllstiona from the
Department of Public Sartt., Nl%
Klkine Billdling. Tallahassee. Flor.
da. at a crot of 135 per wt.e with II.
mnt of two () sets per contractor. The
codt 01 eah at vill be vohidd to
the bidder up his return of the elsi

toIn the Architect: In considellation
the bwders agreement heminafter re-
terrd to.
Each hd mudt be ccoapanied by
a ceflte r cashier' check mB aade
payable to the Deartment of Puif
Safetyy, State e f rMkI., I the a 1
named for the itie*d ant a a
rsto. a with am agemeot at
the bier will nat otea or ata
i a d or wiAhraw rgum the eo
lllon for A priod of lfei days ay$
the opeunI of bids, ind that la the
event the contract is awarded to the
bidder, he wiN, within ten onmertie
ealMdar day ftsr it Is submitted. nm.
ter into written contract with the D.
palrtmet of Public saety in acid.4
uce wih the accepted bid, and ai'
to the Dpertment of Publie samIey
tract pertor anue ud pYme
nrety bond with seed ad safflat
suetlies saltUlactory to the Board of
Commilsoners in the aouat of li
per ceot a the accepted bid. Th bid.
der said agreement is incorporated.
in the Proposal Form. The cost of the
cead shall be included ia a part of -
the bidder' base bid proposal. Cer-
fled checks ited as Bid haraniees
must have F I o r I d a Documaary
Raisn attached.
Work shall be completed within 150
caleudr days after rmelpt of 'Not-
Itc te Pelf ed" Sitdder's quailI a-
tilh mut be satifacterory to the D
part t of Public Sab The '.
apartment Public Saf ey reu rvn the
ris to wavein v aeIrar len tl anv
bid.A tad t reject ay wa ADl ids. or
to e aept any bid and any eomblna.
ties of alternate that their judre-
Mea will be the beut Int11 t of the
Stae A Filrids.
DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC SAFETY
STATt OP PL'4WA
H. N KIRKMAN
1By: N. Klat.
(N04) 2:;, 13
CALL IOR BIDS
Seled blds wll tb reedeow byr the
Department of Public Saety,. Rat
SFlortda. until :l*p p.m, the s
day of Febuary, M t4 the PaIink"s
Florida Hi)wy Patrl StatbU. a
wMi" iead 0ea asi hd T ne t
wUl be p cly ope d and rM4
lalosi br eifmlai an labor ad ma
trials for cownsrctulmf the lm h.
bauidt"x:
Prtet. Palatka station AddI"MS
Ad AlterStio sd Ne C.w!" ams m
neM wluildfiff "
bUids
AmeSt el Cei rte ed r- CaSerSe
Dept ei Drawings and Spe Uif
AH wDak aen th eo loe Isecmtia
with te drawings ad Wectlflcluo
pegeSt by lti Sksto, stterfIdM.
Evans & L'eIs. Architects and Ei-
Meos. Tallab s, Flieds. a b a-.
eardae with eeWtract latnetiou
s biddern sand mStra dmaen ts peTr.
tainia thenrto. which drawnags. apni.
ficaltis. hIutretld se. oact docu.
moea d ba m r rire may be
uwed -r examlsed at the am"e p1
ft Architect.
General etraters may e cu r
drawings sad *npeelMat frenm the
Depstmeont I Publice baety. Xail
Khtmus Ii ue. TdIal1 e rlean-
de, at a"aa d as pW" s, ua. a la-a
0 49 tn (2) 5Ul Mf MasseW. ne
' esit each at I bell a b it ,l-

ga me *I b .
b h ud M. OM k i
Ssrw. N sate M neme ai hf
dhi e Mo. e IuM 5 peFi b a a
mibig r ob oe e gMor o dw
aON =ae alU m a D s m
par on a dtus ad s
ale-- d a fiMlist Mam aaiW
ft swat S saded W lb awa.to ded
the beder, he wil, a isa w aes sui
tie llar days afer it hi adtut.
hsI"a n r e an teMA t wah
g5 Dp- sle o Nk M Af *bt he
lb sor9 hus.
ssN gives tost Depatmeit
a POt Safetry a It
b(1stea a" thdmo w"
-dar is so a t ef NW te
s* aiisalaLmThetmi's
a,, S theo H toBea
P-id Nrn. Th eamt A th
sea os as gand as a W of ftr
.w a d.n -A ,..w.sMd iemu
I ats-Ba
Wuas to s ia a

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Calendar

Of Events
- ATo y am "
Pharmacy Dames, I pl.,
SFlMr USio Jo M Lo e.
arim Damms, I p. a.,
SFlidem.i UW m Ari, Dr.
Mamrsg I WaId, guest


Arts and Sienes
p.., Mrs. Raym
NW lt Aveue.


IDms,3


RBsiness Aninistration
.:1uales, I pn., Mrs. Jams L
Allmorn, 1SM NW 31 Street,
'"Mrs. Donna Burns, guest

Edocalin Dames, I pa.,
Mrs.Robert Sriti, M NW
.Uth Rad, Mrs. JoespieMe .

.Heal Related Services
Dames and University Colege
SDames, I p.m., Mrs. Maurice
anyd, s NW Plac, Mr.
and Mrs. COe aimn, guest
...aners.
Seungnineerig Wihs C6b,
:3 pa ., University Woaen'
Uve Sympy Syd.rche
i, 1:15 p.m., University Aul
..yium.
Galnesville Bridge oClub, 7:31
pa., Holday ha1.
Juralm and Commas.
O Dames, 7:31 p.m., Mrs.
oMre Bnnett, 1714 NW 1t0
StWO
Unha ityB Cy ridge Cab,
7: p1 .., Weed Hal, 7 NW lit
Terrace.
..VUalversity Newomners
Me rmp Gouest Night, I
.a, cluMhuse.
onter namtial e Reatios
t p University Women's
3 p., University Faculty
g West Newberry Road.
inesville Chapter, DAR, 3
-., Mrs. Mmarm Milan, m7I
4 1beny Road. r. Freeman
s gueot sp .
Shl Mu Alumnae, 8 p.m., Mrs.
S H. JoaMoN, 17 NW 12t
.Comos Club, Aliay meet
L 1 am., overed dish
'lumbheo oo Mrs. H S.
a^ 3US NW Fourth Street.
S of Women Voters,
SMeetg, :31 an., Mrs. L.
BsnDluger, 10 NE it Awve-

'JMUEAY, am u
..Xaue of Woum Voters,
4t3 Meetlt I pa., Mrs. G.
XNogle, 17 SW Place.
Agricultusre Daies, Mrs. E.
L Fots, 3 NW N Stret,
JaeMs Wershow, guest speaker.
HMoueStM Wives Club of bthe
:(H .aims a Hab Center,
"3, p.m., Mrs. Lamar Rob-
e-rts, = NW Third Place.
. yde Br'non, guest speaker.
- 4iowaid Bishop PTA, I pm.,
.nAbtorium.
- I)AY, Fei. 14
Ien Age Club Valuatlae
SKrty, 1:30 to 4:3, City Recre-
t"e Center.
1 'WD1UAY, Fet 15
i.es' Anuliary, VFW Podt
1 Valentine card party and
-Saoe ale, I paM., Post Hofet
al Road.L
CALLING ALL
HOME MAKERS
It MIsOAKT
SHOULD FURNITURE
I! MIXED OR
MATCHED?
Many wwa
ag.fu, mitwe
daem featmd
6.7 aaem

Mak This
bi ue I lly.
habr ma.
Se b ti Mr = le. Very
a oam n thefric Md color an
t uphim Md pla ces w all

fad. il
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Awh wi


AAUW


Set
"11* am ld t

AsI atimS of Unt
e*s 5 oon lunches
Irday, February
Park ecafete
Mis Swee, a
the P. L YOre
School faeuty for
Is comnsded a
the kindergart
though i has
grades from u
through fourth gr
As a mmber

Phi Mu
Alumnae
MeetTor
New ers wil
tight durg tle
nae meeing at 8 I
home of Mrs. M.
1117 NW IMb Roa
Mrs. J. W. KUg
new president; M
vkIe-prekadet; Mi
ard, secretary, an
fred Woodward, th
Insl win
ed by Mrs. Jame
tiring pres-dent.


ascheon
L.twheon


February 15
m iny is mi for Jneprten and'
Eael Swt N rstry SeMook o later*
*he Amierie Uhal Aftoclat.oh of Ci
iwrly W b rEuan Miss S ht is
mash St-the utolhr of many bi
IS, a th a d aoduc fim sb
ri- tie "Tleacher Respoqmn a
mber o f Day r f yer ob.
ie ltr.f A hi of isia,
Sye. Ses weo hid d a udergraduate
-sliy a degree frim lai a Norb.
age cdi al- west State Cole and a ma-
t-t all ter's degree bm Colorado
my school State College i Greley.
*de. M^B4 Stanley M im, luncheon
of be Coa- charm, maed at e
at t4me ausin of he tatL
Swett will be the fi
Sa i esm artep srim
h t iedd e American Family
Sbe tad Howrd V. W Jr., pro
PM Mu alu- g4 chainna. am umm
o'clock i te subject for the next
H. Johnso, two months are "The Adolescent
Id. andhe Family* and IU OW6
ft wiB be t er Afwso and His Family."
im Joh MjLS. S. Ko. rn, president,
SDot Ba nvs any woan eligible to
d MiAs W J- ot we Amerian Asancati
remmer. of diversity Wlean with an
be cooadlS apved illege degree or any-
Moore, one u hb recently moved to
Gmv and would be a
trbwwe member.


Pharmacy
Dames
Alama County Pharmaml -
tical Amiary member Will be
guests Of ftn UF Pharmacy
Dames at tMMeir m n hlgt
at 8 o'clock. The group wo
meet at the Jonson unge of
the Florida Union.


Brides'

Book

Urn Smom cimptBg
Mi. Nancy Ce. oS LaCtoise,
fimaee of Gead ISt, ClenrO
watr, 7:3 p.m., Mrs. George
Duke Sr. and her daughters,
Ms LU wt Er M. W.
S0. 0.lUt Jr. and Mrs. Do
Jaeob l an of lachtiA, t
the D ue u.


UF Women's Club Plans

Guest Day Monday
ranged for two Bhour ae. Miss WMIe, a mUthe of tV
'The bMoe o Mrs. J. Waye il poraeamM, which are plan. toria, Tens, received her mie
Re, bnorary resit l ed f 3 to 4 p.m. and 4 to dqrees fa them Uhsy of
be the asti for te ai5 pm. Tes, ad Oberin Cerva
GI De to toftheUWivlty Mrs B. Buter and toy Me, Oberh, Oo.
Womm's Cub Monday after-Mrs. Boy Leilich ware fai ale ded hap with
noon, Fekaary 17. mMn of tk tea. CmmailaM CtaidS hmd hi pur
Tk mad afMair bheal mens afsi M wm j a ghe AmTio Tem
II t" Mrnsh B Sra ib- t hm at
Fnnrintr rinn ga CGr, Mrs Per Ow Iw*I. Me Cmp ID imehdM,


Domes To Meet
EngOewer Dames wih ear
Dr. Margaret E. Waid, a pao-
logist at the Aduecha Geseral
WI W e at 8a
the Flor (Mon Ukill
. him.
Dr. 1k. wO T pWlu h o&N
a losiS piflladow a
preselatiah of can ir l
Members are reminded that
Uis meetg is the dmdfie for
payment dof ams he who
have dothlg far the rummage
ale to be he Saaday are
asked to ing dalos to this
meedol. For more ormatio
abouthe ra age sale, can
Mrs. Pat V t AfRr S p.m.
Rfrestaels wll be served
6010114 the meet- .
GoldenAge.
Club to Meet
Valentine's Day will be ob.
served by the Golde Age Cub
Friday at 1:N p.m. at the Re-
creation Center rather than
Thursday, which is the regular
club day.
ite change In meeting
has been made because of the
Florida ecretion Amoastim
Distrit n meet being eld
at the Centr.


din Mrs. m is Mar, m ad
Mrs. Staley West
In order to lte preferred
the o atteadhg the to 3 to
4 or 4 to as we whether
m in or at town guest wi
be iud m, obers of the
dub re asked to ca lMrs.
Bder, Mrs. I ch, Mrs. ar
t Mn. Iwdi, Mrs. Mar
er Mrs Pal KeAbian
BMrh W RPly
Miss Co menine White, harp.
st and mmber of the Univer-
sity of Florida faculty, will pre-
senmt the mial programs for
both hours.


Mi, and before aing to the
uniW it, i was a m ber
of the ephens' College faculty,
Coumb, Mo.
Mrs. J. Ed Price, Mrs. Wm-
iam T. Zeamab, Mrs. Jean 0.
eMiehe, Mrs. anass E. Hum-
pLpys, Mrs. George 0. Hack
Sr. ad Mrs. A. H. Gropm wiD
presie t te table during
the a0 ne
Decorat and fower ar-
rangements o r the in wi be
done by Mn. Jams H. Smith,
Mrs. Roy Stocksta, Mrs John
Flowers and Mrs. W. J. He
kings.


COMNG FBIUATY ST


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growing feet


Many mothers have asked us, "When are you gong to offer
us chdre's shoei?" Soon you and your children will be
introduced to QualiCraft Juniors, the quality children's
shome dmigned to protect your pocketbook a carefully as
they protect your children's feet. QualiCraft Juniors are
tbeimsh Ltostrtwithandstaywith. g T 9P49.




Galinvie $slSppingm Centr OpI l pfl l


Bridge Club Notes


By ANN L. AS
Mrs. L H. Robbis and Mrs.
W. D. Macdoald won the Gain.
ovle kidge Club chamrnoo


with MI Berim Drenake.
R. H. Harms and J. H. Vid&
tied with L. H. Robbins an'
the writer for the men's pair
championship. P. A. Johnst


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ship for women's pairson M and R. A. Bennett were their
day evening at the Recreation place winners.
CMer.Seecond place went to The quarterly buiess me
Ms. T. B. P=amd Mr Ing is scheduled for 7 o'cloci
W. Bryan, tI M a KL ths evening at the Holiday In
KIt and Mnra. L A. G&ra rto be folUowed by the Wete!
San tying for fur were Mrs. day evaing monthly mas
W. H. Miller with Mrs. S. point game. Visiting pairs ar
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SUQ$ELPI4N
\\LLOWfwN


Did Your Dress Shrink?


on Scale and See


The deans ba
a lt, wot
To make me look
I'm not
Memory midely
her Oide


Valentine Bridge


Given by GWC
Sixty-three tables were in bounced the following pri
play at Friday's Benefit Bridge- wim :
Ca ta party of the Gaesville High r went to Mrs. John
's Cltaccding to Mrs. Krmam second pie, Mrs.
Robert L Fairing, g nera] Frank Lee. atd th prdi was
,u mwon by Mrs. James Soule.


Valetine deonio were
feaitund m all ap oitmoents.
ite table wa veriaid
w pink covered by a cloth
caught at 6e corners with cor-
sage$ o amdlius and pink
a wUte hart sao pln
drdr by c A 6s, w P -
eswa


Oube stands at either d of
the b o were double hearts
descrted with campus and
pink h'Usatio grapes.
tndtvidal w tables w ceter-
ed by hemarts with amnpe
mmdt' d and cam lt ato



andsrsuptheabdominalmn. Chairmen Mrs. r
mw I -sim anall own s=*f


SIde too. Snd B n yMlE Vui, Mrs. Join flwe
It imu in front bofyou.law Mrs. Hershel lK HayneI


sntk it


4


With a sly and mean d
naughty "aside." '
Remember those sauces, the
turkey and ham?
THEY all made you what


you am.
Hasn't it ever happened to
you? It is true that cleaners do
sometimes shrink our clothes,
but when waists suddenly be-
cme tight or our dresses pull
rss the hips it is time to jump
onto the-seales. Make sure that
it is the cleaner's fault and not
)Iurs Just five pounds can
sake this difference.
At this time of year, following
the holidays, all of us am "sus.
pect". Also during the winter
inlths most women exercise
-less. This allows any extra pad.
7ding to settle in a most un-
i attractive pattern.
. Need Exercise
* FoPr the sake of our figure, as
- well as our health, we should
'lake some exercises at home to
make up for the swimming and
golf and tennis aod othg .out-
door activities we enjoyed dur.
ing milder weather.
The following is a good gener-
al exercise. It gives your should.


Grap the knee with both hand.
Pull up with your handms as you
resist with yr leg and hip
musiles. Retmarn a dleg
to starting position. Bend your
rlgt knee andm do the same
thing. Continue, alternating left


and right


IF ye wed Ike to have
my "Eetial Doily RWne"
which gs y amven -r
dies that are epeially el-
lve ti eamei g the imt
mul leaie fin deets,
ed a tamped, elf-8 re-
ed emveloe with yar request
for t to Josephine luman
care of the G eub Sm.


Neighbor Nite
Group Meets
Dr. Jasper Joiner, As iate
Prof seorof the Department d
Ornm tal Horticule, wil
speak on "General Principles O(
Landaping" when the U*
veiy Women's Club Neigh
bor Nite Group meets 'Tlunday,
at I .m., at the Cabhouse.
S newly formed interest
group meets the Secod 'Thurs-
day d each month. All inttr
ed members of the University
Womjn's Club are urged to at-
tend.


FRIDAY IS VALEWINE DAY
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NO W FOR


KEN'S BAKERY
FOR COOKIES Where Ev4 Dozen Is A Baker's
Dozen


153 W. 2nd St.


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perfect for every
Valentine


this year give


FLOWERS


Mrs Hal Rice wo Canasts
hoors and gamPe r went to
Mrs, Murice Ars
Herco contrutring game
and door prizes were Robertson
Jewelers, Baird Hardware,
ather's Jewelry, Cole's
Jewelry, Sears Roebuc and
Co., Howard JCou, Cre-
vase's, House of Flowers, Dei-
dre's, Olaf's, J. C. Penny's, La-
er's, J. M. Field and 'le
Party Une.
Other hostenserving were
Mrs. George B. ier, Mrsn.
Dexter Deloy, Mrs. R. S. Den-
nis, Mrs. M. IH DePas, Mrs. A.
A. Gills, Mrs. Frank S. Hub-
bard, Mrs. J. C. Jekins Sr.,
Mrs. Robert L Johnson, Mrs.
Sheld Lee, Mrs. H. H. Mc-
Donald, Mrs. Marcu Milam,
Mr William T. Shaddick, Mrs.
C. F. Sheway, Mr. Joeph H.
ShnImonus, Mrs. Hugh Simmons,
Mrs. William H. Soley.


Cooking

Is Fun

CARROTS FRANCESfl


2 cup t round carrots,
packed
% cup boiling water
% teaspoon lt
1 tablespoon batter
% teaspoon. cntar, mix-
ed until smooth with 1 labe
spoon cold water
1 teaspoon sugar
Y4 teaspoon ground coriander
1 teaspoon gated orange rind
< cup orange juke
% cup halved seedless grapes
In an l-inch covered sidlet,
rapidly cook the carrots with
the boiling water, salt and but-
ter until just tender-about 10
minutes; drain if necessary and
reserve I the clean skillet stir
together the corustarch paste,
coriander ad orange rind; grs
dually stir in orange juice;
cook and stir over low heat nea
til thickened and dear. Add
Makes 2 to servings.


Dinner


W ,edeady. Febmry 12, 194


Dance


Friday


American Home Divie f Mrs. Pierre Bejano, Mrs. ElmolScott, Mrs. H. J. Stevens,
the Gainesville Woman's ClubjBeville, Mrs. A. Ray Brown, David Stryker, Mrs. E. B.
hu slated a Valeatne e'ed.!Mrs. A. D. Chambless Jr., Mrs. lington, Mrs. Meigs Hagj
dish dinner and dance for alW. L. Gango Mrs. Harris H. Mrs. W. H. Edwards,
club members Friday at 7 p.m. Green, Mrs. T. V. Lipham, Jack Snimons, Mrs. St
at the Clubhouse. Each mem- Mrs. Steve Johnson, Mrs. J. C. S Cook'
ber is asked to bring a cover- Miller, Mrs. Jack Lowry, Mrs. Dress for the party is
ed dish. John McCown, Mrs. T. M. informal.
M nbers will be privileged
to bring guests by paying a $1
per couple guest fee. arriv! .ing
Following dinner, group of
local teenage will present the
latest dances. Mr. and Mrs. P t 0
P& Barey AW the Merrys*
pen Dancer waSWIMWEA
everyone in a participation
sae dance


After dinner, tables will be
set up in the West Room for
cards.
Members assisting with the
arrangements are Mrs. Walter
Alter, Mrs. Ernest Bartley,

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Aim r theheart
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Coil on us for suggestions.


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Wednesday, Febmrry 12, 1I


President's


" (EDITOR'S NOTI The
. "tyle" of a prsi t and
us famfy-the way they do
rth --bas caoe teo attract
*a as much rest as
:their politics. This is the be.
ginning of a threepart series
m the Jo ason style. Written
b team of Associated Press
W e House reporters who
ha, observed the Jobnasms
- at ase range. Today's story
focuses the personality of
Lyndon B. Johnson.)

By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL
WASHINGTON (AP) This
Inar Lyndon B. Johnson is
ebut the closest thing to hu-
InQ perpetual motion the White
House has seen.
Shis doesn't mean that John-
son- is handling crises or major
lBedions minute by minute 18
hours a day. Sometimes the
presfPential motion is slow mo-
Pion. -Sometimes Johnson may
dawdle over lunch with friends-
for two or three hours. And the
officially announced presidential
Schedule isn't as crowded as it
was at first.
SFurthermore, while Johnson
is hard-driving, he has little of
that finger-drumming, toe-tap-
ping restlessness of John F.
Kennedy.


. But the new President does
have a zest for the new job.
.There isn't any doubt about
)vho's in charge around the
-White House even to ordering
IheJJghts turned off to save on
. ,600 a month electricity
A vid he does start early and
ctohplate, to the extent that
.Vhiq House veterans who
thougt Kennedy was something
)f a whirling dervish shake their
'heads in astonishment at John-
con.'.
: How can this man who suf-
ier2 a jolting heart attack in
9Stbear up under the presiden-
$ial pace?
.. FPr one thing, associates say
Ihat ,while he hasn't had a com-
IletQ.physical check-up since he
'became President, his doctors
isisf his heart has healed fully
mnd he is in fine health.
* For another, they say he has
a faculty for instant sleep-he
lroqps off in the barber chair, on
,p rubbing table, or for three
minutes of a five-minute car
lide-and awakens with new
figor.
. Yet they say he goes in for no
Iscapist activity.
- "Movies are out," one presi-
Dential assistant said. "The idea
of .reading a detective story
loes't occur to him. He does
through seven or eight news-
pakrs every morning. On TV,
be-watches the news shows."
: The President's only real
trtak away from the White
House was the 12 days he spent
)t the LBJ ranch in Texas over
the holidays. He wanted to go
Ilown in the hill country and
commune with himself, he said.


THE L

Then when he got there,
worked a lot, slept a little.
kept a federal budget consts
ly in his coat pocket, confer
with official visitors, entertain
friends, rode horseback, dr
a speedboat haunted deer, g,
barbecues, ran up the ph
bill, held a news conference
whirled around by helicopt
conducted tours of his ranch


Committee

On Blind

Slates Meet
Las Cake, Gainesville me
her of the Blind Advisory Co
Imittee of the Florida Coun
for the Rlind will meet Fric


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Philosophy To Be Hi
a, ,, e tof the White House-een to the trasts and contradictions.
bedrooms wih the aams laid He can be proud, vain, stub-
BY STYLE -out dkcrude, tou atyrant,
The place may not have aS with a tongue that can cut like
much flair and elegance d i- the lash of a Texas bull whip.
he tpdicated a synagogue, kissed teilectualismn as it did ain the
He babies, pumped hands, gave Kennedy days. But theirs a He can be self-deprecating,
ant- aay sombreros and ash trays, joy and hoemeiness about ta oll, wanrm, kind, sentimental
red abd dropped in on four New less reserve. with a gentle way with children.
ned ear's Eve parties in Austin, 65 johnson bristles a bit, hough, assistas to ay off the cock.
ove niles away. at being characterized as corny,tal circuit but enjoys scotch
ve 'in Washington, he has gotten folksy. It w 't f e and water himself now and
ane ay for a couple of ae ys when he hadfamed [Teas -
te, afod wakends at Cmp David, pianist Van Clibra play at a
er a e mental heaway the barbecue for Chancellor Ludwig He can bark at a Secret Serv.
es tcin Mo ains miles Erhard of Germany. iceman and he can send the
nrthwest of the capital. But 'I'm just going to keep on be- agent's stay-at-home wife Texas
ekch time he and the First lady tgingmysif," he says.
have had visitors, such as Sec- Being himself mans he will
,-Aary of Defense and Mrs. Rob- keep on being a man of C O-
elt S. Mc.Namara.
ilhe Jopsons like to have peo- INCOME TAX
pi around. Nobody else ever GAINESVILLE
give a prty for 200 congress- GAINESVILLE
.n- on three hours notice. No- BOOKKEEPERS
Sn-'bdy else ever has shown pen-
ncil pie thruh the family quarters 138 N.w. 2h 9. F 6..924
a4 I!


-! -y-w'un wn rr-aa-- .
in Tampa with other members
of the committee to discuss how
the committee can best advise
the council.
It will be the first meeting of
the year for the committee.Y O US
Cake was appointed to the
committee last month and
serves with Sandford D. Steele
of Sarasota; R. L. Thompson of
Tampa, and Donald W. Weeks
of Englewood, all appointed in
December.
Holdover members are Marie
Hoover of Tallahassee, William
Moorefield of Kissimmee; Lucy
Dent Smith of Tampa, and Don-
ald H. Wedewer of Coral Gables.
The committee serves as a
liaison between the council and
blind persons and organizations
throughout the state. It also
evaluates present and proposed
programs of the council, re-
views legislation which affects
the blind and acts in an advisory
capacity.


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mself
pralines at Christmas time. He
purrs at praise but he's as
quick to bestow it himself as he
is to criticize.
And the general approach is
that of the golden rule which the
President keeps citing-you help
me, and I'll help you and this
will help all of us and be good
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Plant after plant, row after row-vigor-
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A single application of Diazinon ...
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easy to control with Diazinon.
The problem of wireworm resistance
continues to spread in all the important
tobacco areas. Where it will crop up this
season can't be predicted. So why take a
chance .. plan on really dependable
protection with Diazinon.
Choose your control method
You can expect top control of wireworms
when you broadcast Diazinon 3 to 4
weeks ahead of transplanting. Use either
Diazinon SOW wettable powder or
Diazinon AG 500 liquid as a broadcast
spray. Or, it you have granular applica-


tion equipment, broadcast Diazinon 10G.
Disk in all broadcast treatments immedi-
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another way to protect your young to-
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Effectiveness plus safety
You can count on Diazinon to help your
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season without worries about wireworm
damage.
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Ceigy Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill
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SUGGESTION!


REIMIER TO REMEMBER HER


THIS FRIDAY, FEB. 14th


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ST. PAUL MINWEAPOL
(AP) -Jwy Wet am, the
WMity yma a of d the
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ithau fofr a ad co ame
du abruptly deed his face
by Min etam ral V Coach
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tu oe ught to hre Va
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of a contract I* h tiret
year to n The pact ru a.
teded last m .
2.t He lad Anm to mc r.
Twb. I make a decihh," he
said, "1 have to make for six
peop mylf ad my amlt
Sant and their O faBie" or
five a istants tada pledged
to p with him if the Dutocm
elected to mee to FMithia
I "We're golg tobbeb a fa
figt next year for the first tiwnm
In four years." The VtIs Phad
a 54l record last B H dd finiog
in a tie for fourth hi tbs Wet-I
en DIvion with the Detit
Lons. Van Brockl obtiedy
feel his club is ready to 66al-
ng In 1m4.
Van Brockin met with Vik.
iags' President E. W. (Bill)
Boys and directors H. P.
Skoghmd sad R. H. Ridder for
arome five hours Tueday after-
noon.


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Cadet League Captains
Pictured abo are the captains l the Cadet basketball le. Frat row
(IlC) Ca s Do pe Cr, Meooa [dgM; David Mi, Florid Natiunl Bnk;
Ricky Cff, Fit Natiol Bkl; Bob oerts, Deasy mCar; ad Dle
Craig. Els Ledg Back row (L-R) are Jos Heeay, Sperry Electrdmeis;
Charle Matthew', Gawel; Mark o Eett, First Fderal Saviap sad Leam;
and Ji Melta, CkMs Bank. (snT Phto by Edde Davi])


Area Cage Tournaments


In Full Swing Tomorrow


Area cage tournament get
nto full swing tomorrow at
Green Cove Spri Brson
and Starke and contain at Jas-
per.
The Keystone Conferenc ev-
ent s at at Green Oove. P..
Yone meets Macclenny at 7
o'clock and Orange Park plays
Green Cove Springs at 58:3.
At Braon, the Riverland
starts with both afternoon and
evening games
In the afternoon, Cedar Key
plays Hawthorne in a girls game


at while Taylor meets Be's
boys at 3:45. At 7 o'clock, Mel-
roe and Taylor play in a girls
clash w e Hawhor and
Melroe neet i a oy game at
3:4
At Starke, aloe game match-
7 Starke and Lake City in Flo.
rida Star Conference auom at
I o'clock.
Suwamee Conference game
are set both afternoon ad even-
lig at Jasper. In afternoon
gamN trento plays Braaford


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be played at 7 tonight Jasper.
Seai-fmnal fray are l t Fri-
day in all tourneys with al
Sabrday night.


Fall


Paul "Bear" Bryant fresh from a victory in his libel-
mult (3o.010 worth) against Saturday Evening Post that
makes him 24 in 1, coating b e Sugar Bowl triumph over
Mississippi and now vacationing at Hot Springs Ark, is
looking to next fall.
"I'm excited and happy as a coach can be," he told friends.
It's not the money. It's the feeling of freedom that the whole


mess is settled and I can get down to having ene fa cach-'
"yT me mathe Bryant te ms det h Mos L No
mere f e d gge aS Ues. Yall m a tow mad boys
mea nme. It hd M hie sM h"biWk.n t
"I aes I'm excited about old al right but I mean
thoe ges corning up frm our fredam ssL. Pure
old, and jut as hard a srek."
The Gators, eve though winning from 'Baa last fall.
know ful well about those "uggers and kiers." U Bryant
say thb MT Met a 0n are to hit harder, it is suaggestd
UF coah Ray Grave sk athe Southeastern Conferace of-
ficlab to inspect far bra knbrm prior to kickoff.
Aneeri to Ins AtmIn biant pis a hale p y of
sUI ba salary onT at d rs ieneatels add mAwr
ae a the hdI i m MW Thes hfaetax
Seme the *nwr.ea hItS hi ta free.
Aail wa yt, Mnot la ag Mrs. Bryt Md Mrs.
Paul D enk o e te MiwSppn. S etate eomed a
a mntoald ael- qn show. Mrs. Davi deMi Mrs.
Bryantwhog a trip for two to Italy.
N m anyki ia the sBear, with hWs m .teM is&r
to buy tdo sip Duuft De" m posed to make tn
rb, i am w ft.be& de a md hg ly h r.
RuppGe theNae
K ta b lhel cmch Adolph pp as b r in s d
at for the em mt of I Oi Valley Ofemee. ale
OVC b a lage acpoee of such schools ab ma Wten Ke
ONy, Auain Payr. Murray Stae, Mored Stedle. Est
emm Same-tmle TamTesom Tech, lEasr K iefe a iS

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RMDERS RAID


Television Sports May


Boom in Near Future


NW YORK (AP)-tn foot- ammment of Aipim liwesI
bal eqxploi wo E rock tolevi- "pr -atre."
on ats net fatn From Friday However, the NFL did hold
night through Sunday afternoon out five posble night games
deobleleader, there wot be frem the CBS package.
many bour when th viewer CS VicePrident Bill Mac-
will be faraway fran Y. A.Tt. Phdl dted thi TWeIday
tie or Tobm o. wh b he aM the spanscaa
In another ye the een for ime iM pwi gve th age
may be carrying weekly t &ut0 m the rgbgI
bpf evtesa M u lght a =o wnu dlive igI
m s acrn the .n d. The aM l Fe aW gma wum
eba people arem working m tvied bgioay in 1 i af
a plan, sti in the tentative er being held out of the CBS
stage, to air a "Came o the package.,
Week" night game across the "Any deal would have to be
nation. There are reports that between the individual club and


pro football might be fed to the
ame network along with pro
lbaetlat, and hockey.
The America Broadcasting
Co. said Tuoay it will carry
fin Nationl Football League
games on Friday nights be.
tween Se. i and Oct. 2.
"It h Tre"
A spoken, who declined
we of his ume, wuld't make
It official t added: "It is
UU."
With tne weekly boxing shows
due to poff the air on ABC
h September, the football
games would fill the gap.
The National Football League,
which recently mid its games
to the Columbia Broadcasting
lSyen for two years at $14.1
mlllin a year, said the an.


Texas A&M Latest Victim


By TED MmEM
Amnn"i hme prM Wk r B
lw AAM i b the lat vic
us iB the umpt motif that ha J
marked college bakethdl the _
lat few dys.
A -foot push sut by Sid
Wai as the final bu era u auditouma, saw the Rd Raid.
ed apve Txas Tech a M8 vi er wipe out a a -olMt blftalme
tory over the Agtes Ite y deficit.
night to dinl a thriDb se- viry whchmoved Tex
0d h ally by the Red Raid- as Teh ito a tie for first place
enrs. with the Aha n tho Srth.


A semon record crowd of
10,1A at the Lubbock, Tex. Coil-
seum, pnt an additional 1,
who watched o a cosed-TV
circuit screen in au adjoining


west Cont nce at I1, was the
highight of a comparatively
sum atioal program
7m fourtkraked Davides


North Marion,


Branford Win


JASPER North Marloa trailed ely 41 darting the
nipped Mayo at the floa tmetr fb peril. ut h n 8 .sthin
and Branford railed in the last paled away to wi Iemritabl.
half to dow Ceflnd as the ...


mal Swamee Coftence
betball tourne ot er
way last night
The Colts won ma ever
Mayo and ford down
elad by a 4 mwagi.
As a rult of their anpl,
North aMol ie face No. 1
sded Lake Butler 3 pn.
nfday and hrad pe
ag t Trenton at 1:tI
Tied Game
Mayo ted the m with
North Mari atu with
jus thme nosds hft the
clock. ToeCot-huuiaoed
a the atfor b.ia emam
Coach Germp
Te puso weao to Dub
a fld tne ?a Pn t 7W
t.r timed m. a lor a
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CharIe Beauchamp, M rgad to
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Wildcats, the oly club hi The
Amodted Press Top Teon to ar
atn-, trampled Rchmond

Northwestern defeated Wi.C
comsin 14 in a Big To en-
counter while in other SWC
games Tens whipped Rice -
a, Arkans dowe d Southern
Methodist b 1 and Baylor beat
Texas ChrstMn 47.
Fred Hetsel and Dick Snyder
ach scored 24 points for David-
n against Richmond. In an.
other Southeru Conference
game Virginia Military blew a
14-poit lead, but beat Cade
*4 on two free throws by BW
Blair with 2 sends et.
Dare Carrier of Western Ken-
tcky threw in U podiats nto a los-a.
ing cause as Morhead won
I" i In overtime Ohio Val-
ley Conferece game. Miami of
Ohiso tied Ohio Udv. for the top
in te Mid-Aerin Confeorene
by crubing ManhaH 5 .


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Scores


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CoMcetmIt 71, NMaiaM ett
Temple 4, Gettyurg
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the network," said Jim Kensil,
NFL pub relations chief. "We
have not even started work on
our schedule."
MN amis


F aro w *1ss Mc ra e over ai vice versa. HOW
not permitted to conflict with ever, no NFL games will b4
college gamns under the law seenin a city which has a hom
that gave the pros freedom game that date.


Pistons Blow


Overtime Game

By THE ASOCIATED. PR hit double figures led by Cliff
Quick now, what National Hagan's 25 points.
Basketball Association team
can lead by 14 points with 8% The victory kept St. Louis two
minutes to go and then lose by games back of the Warriors in
10 points h overtime? thethree-team Western race.
The New York Knickerbocker The third entry, Los Anples,
as, you say. No, but you're welcomed back Jerry West
close, who had been sidelined for 10
The Detroit Pistons did the games, and whipped Bosto 113-
job and It was easy because .10 It was almost as if West


from antitrust legislation. How
ever, an individual chli ci
make its.own deal.
American Football League re
cently signed a new five-yeal
contract for 36 million with tlU
National Broadcasting Co,
starting in 1965.
However, the AFL still has I
year to go on its old entra
with ABC, which has indicate
it will pick up the option. If I
does, ABC will be showing NFi
games Friday nights and API
on Sunday afternoons
CBS has announced it plans t
schedule NFL football double
headers after the end of Day
light Saving Time in the Eal
on the last Sunday in October
Presumably, a West Coaj
game would be brought into thl
East after the eastern garnet


they were playing Wilt Cham- had never left as he pouftd in
berlin and the San Francisco 40 points to lead the Laker at.
Warriors. tack.
The red-bot Weaern Divisioan
leaders got 51 points from Los Angeles had lost nine of
Chamberlain and won their Ilth 10 without West and after lead.
In the last 23 games, 128-118. ing throughout against the Cel-
The Pistons were leading10 tics, it looked like the Lakers
M after 3% minutes of the final might fold again. Bill Russell,
period when Chamberin start- who topped Boston with 2
ed a Warrior rally that knotted points, put the Celts ahead for
it at 116 as the final bimer the first time with a minute to
sounded. San Francisco scored go but Jim Krebs and Elgin
nine straight points before the Baylor sparked a Laker rally
Pistons hit their only field goal that pulled out the victory,
of the extra session.
Keep Pace
Meanwhile, the Pistons' East. Dick Groat, St. Louis rd
en Division couterparts, the nal shortstop, lashed out 43
Knicks, kept pace by losing 12- doubles during the 163 baseball
103 to St. Louis. Seven Hawks season.


Sail Winner


Liked Trip
a ,p


NASSAU (AP)-"It
sal The boys got
'seep"


was a nice
plenty of


Thin is how Cato Ewing of
Eason, Md.. dearibed the 184-
mile yacht race from Miami to
Nau after hi Sefoot yawl
Dyma nimm aem -the O h
line TadYM i ahead" o
ser Samt.puer.
Ewing tooak A aluini-
abid el dtoe tro utof the
Ink find ht 11 after
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i tanypowal rme co
of Oi S. A. (bIn) Lag's
DU IM iw t bd led the
W flat e pont i an iDfour
at ie whters aels ram.e
A wit mrthblofwind w-a
SbM Asowr bb, many df
wUdl id ch es to wain o
their A-og the e
w the ioug lles0 0ot yawl
Deome with which Joe Bym
of Tmpa defeated the bigger
ara dts of the fleet in lat
Sm had sa.ma ht h. -


Game


O &tah, flams d
Fibp Mris tam N III
lig- bw A Iad ft


IPiei ufa ir ant o i

iwaft Thiai


cap from the biggest boat to the
fleet, George Slayton's U-foot
yawl Good Hope out of Fort
Lauderdale. But Dyna hd to
give every other boat time al-
lowances ranging from 40 mik
utes to nearly seven house.
The Miami-Nasau race and
Friday's Nassau Cup event will
decide the 1M4 SORC confer.
c champion. As of MaWay,
the Callfornia-mbuilt sloop'Com-
sMaidor led O points, followed
by SakIn, Doubloon, o mie ad
Co an0he.


Forsyth

Finally

Makes It


NEW YORK (AP)-Bob'Pr.
yth hasbeen a emafr
tmes I to e WestmJinterjea
nd Cbub Dog Show, but
fift try be finally udet it
the alta.
"I [Jst had filing id it
halwayl ghe had .
i&." said the oarolJj
Sth today afr ?Agf C
Catmr l" U fSfomw
a dk uwppbt, to a p
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WestmiMter Kmel d ma
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* y ,AIA UX DDALEY
NEW YORK It wa ug and warm in e e H iot H" Ma
e=ion ad ~~ ~dytg that it bt e m ume
mam y. Thin m at th pmaltw th-em hdmw ti-
.:day o that ~* dr Beef, S.the on esnt
lpay te ChlMc Be ad the. New York Geb. A
fthe horro rs that bnrtaby col day ne m fooding bi to
mab Noth a ig c dhae ta mb thou, e BeSm
.;hat ta G im al imr qale, it o I
.tAldnt do it wth pow ig frce B t cees dke t rf
*-Wrig tTM. fm rateosd the mIdway ibdtl the Glat
attack iit ddmlve l nli wih iath p boa their iblre
downs. But ta New Yrker deue wm u pretty magnMp a
"slf and the Chicagoam never were able to mount eve oe
'drive of even moderately imprein proport .
Although the mot picture, called "Deadline to Glory"
for e mysterous reao capures all the ferocity
'terrifying tackling and collisions of gristle, it still cannot
"alke this a widely exciting game. The reason, perhaps, is tat
the defses wre so dominthat t there just weren't mough
,cffmive pyrotechnics to ight up the ski.
- e picture does answer e question rather well but it


Jim Gentile All Smiles


After Getting


ByMIKE RATHER
related Prem Iprs Wrer
Jim Gentile slumped to 24
homers last year set a
agree high in the deportment
department by batting 1.000
against the water cooler.
He wound up getting a rise
out of Baltimore, and raise
out of Kanss City.
Gentile, acquired by K


NFL Players
Asociation


In Opposition
BALTIMORE (AP) Ordfu
Brame of the Balimre Colts
said today the National Footbll
league Players Afocation op
poses blanket exemption of pro
football teams from provisions
gi the antitrust laws.
"We agree that the owners
bould get some relief but not
at the expense of jeopardizing
or position," said Braase, new.
ly elected president of the play-
rs' organization.
, Brase is scheduled to testily
uext week before the Senate an-
trust and Monopoly asubcom.
mttee in Washington, D.C.,
when bearings reme on
ports bill introduced by Sen.
Philip A. Hart, lDMich.
SOthers expected to testify n-
clude the commissioner of the
National, American and United
Football leagues Pete Ro.
mle, Joe Fous and George Ga-
"In previous testimony, there
has been unanimous endorse-
et of the bill which would
ive football basketball and
y the sum antitrust ea-
imptios now granted to base-
ball.


PGA Second

Round Today
PAUl BEACH (AP) The
eced round of the PGA Junior-
Senlor Beet Ba Gof Turla-
ieat was scheduled fir today
Sthe new PGA headquarters
A BaMcK of Port Washington,
N. Y., and nie Catroha od
Wiport, Co., fired
P -" i O the t-e. heags
FmI at Palm Beach GaNs
.TheM were 11 enm tum at

* l aas the gs 6M0- yad
r n east coumae.
T shorter west curse on
ures 1y,10 and hi pr nX

City, Finley

Meet Again
. KANSAS CMrr (AP) wlt
-de, ttle dSi a empmoer
= 0M Im t My eol Ath -
N O i a lma today at






ies te ple tea on r.

Cmy b to J aa *4 or
10S


City from Baltimore in an off-
eamum trade for Norm Siebera.,
was aB miles Tuesday after
signing his IM baseball cos-
tract for what he termed "the
best contract I ever signed-in-
cluding anything I ever got from
the Orioles."
Some of what he got from the
Orioles he had to give back.
Getile was fined for not wos-
ling and made only about sM
of a A,0 bonus he was prom-
ied if he managed to belt the
hall more ftem than the water
cooler and, i general, bit for a
higbor average In the deport,
meat department.
Seeme dHm
It didn't work out that way.
Gentle sluped for the second
year in a row, hitting only .Ji
with 24 omer and 72 runs
batted in. In I the slugging
first baseman had put together
his best season n the majors
with a .O average, 4 homers
and 141 runs batted in.
Apparently the A's are hoping
for a return to the 151 marks,
figuring Gentile and another
trade acquisitio Rocky Cola-
vilo, ma provide Kansas City
with a 12 power pnmch and an
attractive draw at the pte.
The A's also signed catcher
Doc Edwards while the New
York Yankees and Boton Red
Sox were the busiest in the sipgn


Back


leas anther and more import oe totally uanwer.
The tng pot Cme not too log after Y. A. Tittle had
arched a, t xouc n pmIs itk Gffer, on In i thn
aed somfor a 74 Git lm. For a few le swmits It
Ished m i tht G q irte bad ba ped moth
to Ddel flu alf ar in the ad soe. But Del cu
A bhi It. M iek hr the BM tersepted ad sco
iMl of a 140 New York advantage, it wu4 d an
tey fert Wkd f bdl pme. Sheaier ws at had for
a smem bI faetd bill opy thee film as it is dmho
tmigl e a; miry. He imedr to avert his eyes ben
forb le pbase of be Men ia being diplyedL
"I jut ioult stad watching myself a tat h a
ie," He aid with a depreatdog amie "Wh I broke I
ft d ad I elo arend an d knew I had plenty of rm.
UTder the best of ciroumstnes receives drop balls y
shoud have caught let you judge for yourself how tough
thl chance was."
Real Toughie
It was a real tough. The trouble is that Daming Del has
made so mau inpotile catches I the past tmt folks e
peet hmI to dthe tposible as a regular thing. O this one,
hfrm in plac by a soppage o tha fil, he had to twist hi


GARY PLAYER
,.. Eye oa Him


Raise


pitchers ke Joyce ad Ed
Notte. Cleveland Induced out
fielder Paul )idck, infielder
Vera Fuller asd catcher Jerry
Iurlisom to agree to terms. The
Los Angeles Agels siged out-
fielders d jKirkpatrick and
Dick Simpson.,
Only four National Leaguers
signed-pitcbha Bob Shaw and
Ku MacKenmz with Sanm Fran-
dco and pitchers Jim OToole
end Don Serst with Cincinnati.


Chuck Morris


Leads Keglers

Chuck Morri of Gainesville aeries with M0 on 964-4-1012
bShopping Center showed the way with the latter game high. J.
in the IndustrlLeagme atPalm Cushman, Kanapaha Presby-
Lames last night with a 5M set. terian, made the 5-7 split.
He had gamne of 23-1 01.
Dave Powers of Kinney. Joe Ponzio of Hurricanes top.
Green Insurane rolled on ped the General Electric loop
2-IS20 3. Eler Bro at Palm Lanes with a02 onF
Pie Park restaurant hit M- 5-214-163. Chuck Weight, Half
MI-IH k. Pints, had 573; Dalton o_-


Pis e Pmark totaled a on
m-M-13.l Pawul's Auto Sal-
vage had a 1044 high pgM.
Splits were de by Emry
Gibso, 4-74? 0; Jack Russeu ,
6-7; and Bob j after, 5-7.


i0 mluaet him M lmA T. Burroughs of Highlands No.
pitchers RolieSheonand Bob I led the Crch eague at
Meyer, joutfl i Ji Palmr Lanes with 11-.M-U71
and catcher Billy Madden. The -i0. R. M aris, First etyo
Red S signed pitcher Blditb had N and B. Bennett,
Monbouquette,catcher Bob T Advent Chrisfian, rolled St.
man, infielder Chuck Sch lling rouhs hd a 3 high
and outfielder Tey Coigliaro.
The Chicago White Sox signed
catcher Camlo Carreo and Advent Christian topped team


Yogi Expects


To Still, Win


By YOGI MBRR
New York Yumakee
NEW YORK (AP)-Well this
is a new experience for me. Not
just managing the New York
Yanae but writing a story like
this before we've even me-


With a healthier Mickey Man-I
te and Roger Mari, phs Tom
Tresh and Hector aipes, our
outfield should have power and
defense. Mantle and Marts
missed I pgmes between them


bled our squad at Fort La!der. last year.
da for spring traning. But I'm With .. .
wihf WI Tk-


pm If gyo are.
b the fbt plan, t me rMas-
-e Yankee fan that I intend
to coama he ww ways of
Rath Hook wi-maged mte
winr in three urans
We thk w're mkm deep in
Stur n wt Wht ty
rFa Jim owtAs, Al Downing.
a TsryM, MS W@ m, and
po"y U 1t5m We have
od yoe rid paers In
Hal e t, SIm Hamilt and
maybe Tn Maed.
Joe Papon, a qmei a
yemr ap i as rfom r N
tawren,-ma M big a a regs-
lar. ine ina*n1 eA has a
great tAe bdne M The
dk of S. WDil-Debby RkCh-
arid Toey bek ad Cete
oym pha PU m as the
chief uliy r -in s the
biest oir utrnith ha bhabal,


Patriots Aad

BroncomWin


Padrs~ -. tam chujs
1as^^ at^ aJ^sesbt age^^^
a Wtw wt Toa
4 b aDptiWOWlal t
as so. as1. JiorWaMe
U 0 bsb Uir rn ad
IME iona in.* 3KN
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able plver in EDt Howard,
I think w catching should be
a go as it was last year.
John lachud soeM move up
to make a first rate replace
met as eater, ufiMer

We n"h u aexa eatMer
to replace a foliew by a am
Sd B& W6-'8 p"I 19." i
could be ydujq ban rokie
Jake (Wis, ke rae Al-
A- Ma Lad
year ws Jak's hit s a cathe-
, ibt I t ak be's pg to
ak it suaNr r Isl. eH's
Oar type of player.
Among mar p is aldt
on to Goa, we hm BEo
who lri aw hbig a


am th* blaw"eew e* a
,ilaw MIaeNo r
jig H f utek toW IM


ers, Alley Cats, 567; Dick Tyde,
Rebels, 541; Rollie Brunelle, Re-
bels, 5641. Tyde had a 245 hih
game.
Hurricanes hit 1022-1037-73-
3032 with the 1037 high game.
Splits were made by Rogers,
3-7-10 and 5-10.
Jeanne Leland led the Flori-
da National Bank league at
Palm Lanes with 1564-18M--
522. Irene Kirby had a 50 and
Norma Weseman rolled 505.
Mrs. Kirby had a 190 high
game.
Bad Pennies had an 1853 set
and Lucky Pennies a 640 high
game. Splits were made by
Mae Hill, 54-10; Mary Cul-
breth, 5-7; Mrs. Kirby, 5-10;
Ruth Combs, 5-10; and Lucy
Fisk, 4-5.
Oscar Araujo topped the Twi-
liht c t at Palm Lanes
with a V? series. He had 194-
213-190. His 213 was high game.

Four Games

Set Tonight


'in


hody mo a
angle. He
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'Epic


of


II, l4 t&row dolt aem as a at amkd wan
eoiwM d hd te bL & Nor Ai he Imb- bad


Graphic a in uapimmo d th key play, toa em am
mil ed tiy to dmSap w A to he by lam n
Mrt, dm inhe Srumin ofe Bers. tey did A
Marris me Mts as he came m ia front mmow
to mash YAT to eart for a sinmbt Im.
But two t adirmm tackles by Mrris ler a escape
sotie. Whea YAT krew the ktohdl q p to GIor, heA
camera dulty Mdid tob Gf in e aild ame. hL ltad
Nl p bram i Ikiu b r a .t maw it Morrb cm ea aa-
pitg in a it nahed II bI Ito left leg sad pedially
~ iged YAT at ft bme. lB a ees g I m l perfectly
proper. But the Gan quarterback w not the again.
Oce more Morris barreled in lt M l masled Into
the same leg in the amme fashion. Tls had to 1hp off the
field. That he returned at all was a tribute to his own indomi
able spirit but he had lost his maneuverability and the Giants
had lost their strikig power.
It is a rather thin line to distinguish how much YAT'S in-
jury meant in the face of tm growing alerteam o the Chica
defenders. They kept plucking peam out of the air with disreva-
sing ease. Tittle, who arely had been intercepted during the

Attention on Gary Plaver

As Tucson Open Tees Off


TUCSON, Ari. (AP) South
Africa's Gary Player com-
mands the most attention as the
$o,lM Tueson Open Golf Tour-
nament swings into action today
with its proamateur prelude.
Player, the little man dressed
In black, returned to action in
the United State s for the first
time this year at last week's
Phoenix Open.
"I figured I would be lucky
to make the cut after being
away," he commented. "I was
very pleased with my play."
Instead of just making the
cut, Player tied for third place
and collected $3,100.
He could do better in this 72-
hole tournament over the Tuc.
son Mers Country Club, a 6,714


Basketball


Results


Miamin Ban n, Coral Gable. a
Pompano Beackh Hollywed Me-
Arhur Sl
Fort Laudrdale Cardinl GiM em i,
Miam Mliaary I
Hiaea Palmet. U
Port Ladmeale iNethe II, Fert
Laoder le Phoems
Miamil Edi V7, Miami Ceatrl M
Fort Piece MeCartyr N. Lake Whlt
N
Fort Laudrdte U. P t La 'al.
a..tu 43
orest Hil Sl Pa e 44a
RiTa BeIch. -a Gla I M
SU Brmars a. Nm.Lt Mia ma
Palm Beah a. Vm Beas ch
MBami Cuar 74. ? mhk dID G
FoPert Laurdalse Itranahua 71 Miami
Norland U
Arcadia sL Lakm Plum I
Cleust n. yt. Meadi. 4
Oritad. Evar UWi PaNt l1
Orleand Esfamter 7, O MI d
B3m 1 (t" .m' ilmil
Oriludo Ce a I a, oid Oak
Ridge M
SUorL ft Orid, BMW aon, 4
St. Clou A0. Lake Wter 47
Coca LSatit Beiek ea
Dart.oa. seahe 41. New Sm=l
Beach 31
Btar o. Dods City M
Florid. Centrl 41, MNa s Do
Bible 4
Lamklamd d. Winner Ham K4
ClermMt aS. Eti M avertlme)
Tawarm GrmNis UM
MeOnst Doe N. Umatilla U
Dytonia Mnalud Ma Oeala M
Pm"oNIa Rio Pmsaes Tte
Paeola biamSt 54, No V|im
U
Peanela Teick 1. Pducaha Cain-
Jay 4. Cn* M4
Waslut H l Aboe. AlA.
Cmtvkw d, 6L TWtt 41
at. a" 9 a
Mu Jr. CamtdI Sl
Fatr Myen hIis t. PPaid orda t4
bmru i CiarslMl eine Is.
i,0 PNS 7
Southeast 77. K *e staft W inlUd
PBainstn t. So 7taReylewi- s

a. Peaw-arm n ts cuI, 71. U. Pm-
teUnborn Wishe n 5
a. Psmhorg sa. S u arerw
* NlPswtsMg NeSmat VC Dhat
N4


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Sin City League basket- pSw uieraI
wA play. w SW Lans a
"t a. Dmwft Pam T
he undefeated GatoIr Doce c 'm um g
p- for No. I ia a row agint AreW Dm o Ia. nMa


Smtod Bemn at 7:3 at P.K.
Yeap &m. The I o'ckh fray
wil a P..n b.M and
C mrnI.m Warkers.
At GalmeavIus g tooLh
Wpo 0dc play Dukb Lh aer
ST:: ad FIre DepaSt
meets Central For Ga Jets
M 5.


Two Vieto

In Peticoat


I n Thomas beat Sma.
lad a adS Jme. Johmon
topped Gaensuille Ms 43-
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yard layout with par 36-36-72.
Texan Don January staged a
runaway a year ago when he
won the first prize by 11 strokes
with a 28, a score equaled by
Jack Rule Jr. In the St. Paul
Open but never bettered dur-
Ing the 1963 PGA tour.
Tucson winds up the western
winter swing and some of the
big names, including Phoenix
winner Jack Nicklaus, Arnold
Palmer, and Julius Boros, de-
cid', to bypass Tucson. Janu-
ary still will find top competi-
tion for his crown with Player
the man leading the list.

Jim Beatty

To 'Debut'


Saturday


SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Jim
Beatty, the veteran American
distance star whose times are
more impressive than his victo-
ries, makes his Olympic year
debut Saturday in the Golden
Gate Invitational indoor track
and field meet.
It's the start of a year which
Beatty hopes can atone for his
Im Olympic failure and his dis-
appointing 1963 season.
The dark-haired, 5-foot- run-
ner holds three U.S. citizens'
outdoor distance records, is still
listed as the world record holder
at two miles, owns history's best
indoor two-mile and the indoor
mile topper of 3:M.6.
Yet in the INM Olympic 5,000
meters, he ran nearly a minute
slower than his American record
and didn't even make the finals.
In the past three National AAU
mile championship, Beatty won
only in 192 the year Dyrol
Burleson didn't compete.
And last May in his heralded
duel with Peter Soell of New
Zealand, Beatty never made his
move and finished fourth.
A strong but not really out,
standing field will oppose him in
the Golden Gate's mile. It in.
eludes NCAA champion Morgan
Groth of Oregon State, Portland,
Ore., indoor mile champ Ben
Tucker of San Jose State and
sub-four minute miler Bill Dot.-
son, formerly of Kansas.


AN


Frozen


seum, ad five snatched away by
Mat af the exciting moments


Beef

these voracious Bears.
of this game-except that


ftnoowledge of the result told how futile they were- came
in the long minutes when Tittle gave his only real show of
sharpshooting effectiveness. But George Halas' monsters were
acomplies to this outbreak. They gave the Giants the short
btue as the Cdock ran its inexorable course. In the final se-
bomb.
Tilte had the Giants sweeping downfield with artful little
toese aM the clock ran its inexorable course, In the final sec-
oads be em had the Giants lining up without a huddle. Noth-
IlV whed and a last, desperate, heaven-help-us pass wobbled
lab the ad mse for the fifth and last interception of a bleak
ad mWarMy cold afternoon.
The E is livelier than the game was. It's a cinch that
It ca- be viewed in a lot more comfort. Any organization
which wants such a comfortable viewing can obtain a loan
t the film by writing el Shofner. P. 0 Box 2501, Grand
Central Station. New York 17, N. Y.

McDermott .1


Gets Big

Welcome


ESSEXVILLE, Mich. (AP)
Terry McDermott came home to
a tumultous welcome by more
than 5,000 persons Tuesday and
told how he won America's only
gold medal at the Winter Olym-
pics.
At Tri-Cities Airport where he
was greeted by 4,000 persons,
McDermott referring back to
his seventh-place finish in 160
Olympics skating quipped, "I
was four years older and eight-
tenths of a second faster.
"Besides, I had a good race
at Innsbruck. Everything is de.
termined on fractions of sec-
onds. Nothing can go wrong."
The 23-year-year-old skating
barber set a record in the 500-
meter speedskating event at'
Innsbruck, Austria, a week ago.
He returned with his wile, Vir-
ginia, from New York where the
couple had been honeymooning.
They have been married four
months.


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It Happened Here...
S. .. A bury early yesterday, which netted
thieve at least $16,92.94, according to the FBI.
Entry to the bIk wan by way of a jimtaed rear
wdw. Still determined is what was taken from
r fled fy deposit boxes.


oil


Many Men

Have Silent

Coronary
Associated Pre aee Writer
NEW YORK (AP) Several
million American me are
walking around with silent cor-
onary artery disease, two heart
specialists sid Tuesday.
This mean series carrying
blood- to the heart muscle have
started to narrow to a signifc- *
ant degree. This mets the stage
for many heart attack, which
occur when the blood flow be.
comes blocked.
Some mm have even had in.
tial heart attacks with pain
or any other si,, said Drm
Arthur Muter of New York
City and Arthur Beller of E-
ewoodNJ.
They urged all me over age
S to have annual checkups. in-
chiding X rays, to detect sips
of the artery disease.
te checkup also should in.
chlde elerocardigrams taken
during or immediately after
mild exercise, Iuch as a two-
step test or treadmill workout,
the physicians told the New
York State Medical Society. *
An electrocardiogram taken
when a person is lying down
can fail to show signs of the
underlying artery diseame, they A
saiKL the
They cited report that 40 to Ne
a per cet of electrocardio was
grams taken during ret of per-
sons with gina peS o -
caused by narrowed arteries T
ook quite normal. The angin Jl
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Wedadaiy, Mebsy 12, 194 Geloewu Sun 19


Mayor-Elect in Dade


Is Victim of Robber


(MIAMI AC (AP) Dade
County ay-elect Chock Hall
and his wife went homne early
today frn = a eleti victory
party--ad opt robbed it gun-
point.
er two assaants departed
with an timated ,0 0 in
cash and jewry after locking
the Halb Is a closet and appar-
ently making good a promise
they would call police later to
rescue the couple.
Hall toil officers be and his
wife unlocked and entered their
apartment ad "I sensed some-
thing behld me.
"I turned around and there
were two men. One wore a sort
of yellow cheesecloth mask and
the other had a white one. They
both had gos. They were about
5 to 30 years of age, I would
judge.
"One said 'good evening, Mr.
Mayor.' I tOught at first it was
some kind of joke."
Hall said he changed his mind
when the intruders covered the
Halls with pistols and told them
to remain calm and lie down on
the kitchen floor.
The Halls complied with the
robbers' orders to hand over
their jewelry and pocket funds.


Thieves' Handiwork


Gaping rectangular hole, cut with acetylene tor.
m, was the method of entry through the Bank of
wherry's outer vault door. The acetylene outfit
left at the scene. For details, see story on Page 1.
(Son photo.)

judge for Cubans' Trial


promises Spe


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p faet, I t's li dt at be aI. ur dema in d fain u se am, was
ai wmrIsIOetheto M k bhow fe paace o 3f T f .th Iookng for a dda m wney.
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The Hall was ordered to unlock
the safe, which the men appar-
ently bad tried for some time
to open.
"I couldn't remember the
combination because I was so
nervous,' Hall said. "Jackle
(Mrs. Hall) couldn't remember
it either.
"'We're just as nervous as
you are,' one of the robbers re-
marked.
"Finally Jackie remembered
the combination was on a slip
of paper in the bedroom. While
one gunman escorted her there
to get it the other said to me,
'Congratulations, Mr. Mayor.
You know, I voted for you."
Hall said the gunmen then or-
dered the Halls into a closet,
promising that after leafing the
apartment they would telephone
police to come to the Halls' res-
cue. One robber placed a chair
for Mrs. Hall and even placed
a cushion from the terrace on
it.
They closed the closet door on
the Halls, pushed the safe
against it and left. Hall had the
door open in a minute or two
and telephoned police. Detec-
tives were at the scene when po-
lice headquarters got another
call from someone who said
"I'd like to report a robbery at
the home of Mayor Hall" and
hung up.
Hall, a travel agency operator
and former Northwestern Uni-
versity language instructor, de-
feated Winston Wynne Tuesday
75,779 to 58,003 in an election for
the first mayor of Dade County.

Hoffa Says

He'll Go To

Higher Court
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP
James R. Hoffa, charging
the FBI is spying on his every
move and the judge in his juri-
tampering trial won't do any.
thing about it, says he will as
a higher court for help.
The Teamsters President's
charge overshadowed the wind.
up today of cross-examinatioa
of the government's chief wite
ness, Edward G. Partin of Bas
ton Rouge, La. Partin began
his testimony eight days ago.
Hoffa said his attorneys will
ask the 6th Circuit Court of Ap,
peals in Cincinnati to compel
Dist. Judge Frank Wilson to lidi
ten to his charges.
Wilson's refusal to interrupt
the trial, now in its 18th dayt
for a special hearing to consider
the matter means "we are be;
ing denied our constitution)
rights," Hoffa said at a news
conference Tuesday.


Chief Prosecutor James F.
dyv H handling Neal of Washington flatly de
nied government agents were
S watching Hoffa, his five co-de-
ternational importance of the fendants or their lawyers.
case. The defense has charged near.
"I have never had one before every day since the trial be.
where there was no precedent gan Jan, 20 that its activities
and wh so much wa at were being observed. But HoL
stake," the slight, 'softrpoken fa injected something new-ad
white haired judge remarked, affidavit from a self-styled pro-
He explained it is the first fessioal wiretapper, Bernard
case of its kind in the United B. Spindel of New York.
States since it comes under a Hoffa, who will be 51 on Val,
new Florida law prohibiting entire's Day, and the other five
alien boats from fishing in state are being tried for allegedly at,
waters. There is no federal law tempting to fix the jury in his
providing penalties. 1 conspiracy trial at Nash,
First repercuion from deten That trial ended with a
,ti of the Cubmm was w pm. g jury
Irn SW ofwatherservc etowp... his affidavit, Spindel said
saN atersevettheU. hew w hired by Hoffa "to de.
BAva ta e at = G an tlen o whetheror not there is or
Bay, Cuba by the Fidel Castro has been surveillance of the de.
loevenm t. feadants."


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In Micanopy
To be Honored
MCANOPY Members o
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will mor their outpming p
Sunday with a ISet dinner af
ter the morningworship ser
Te congregation will fete
Re. and U. Fred D. Gant at
noa the dcha 's educatlio
al mlding. Gant h served th
dcarm 11 years.
He has accepted a new puf
tor at Pum Gord with
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Shower of Jelly Beans

Music to fleatles' Ears


WASHINGTON (AP) The puents ad large butas with
BDtlte Britain's rock 'n' rol. the ked, "I love Bea."
MtMs with the rapgha r Aba available We w that
age sit who ined teii apw ,ao nsa mu a totoa
cmii by wkAmtbag &W. rmmtlew awgppad aft
*ba --
daton by pelting p em w o be or a *AM po L
J* beanow ws hgg .


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biled the four dan 0
"yeA yeah" rate dw
Ib ad aI tady
* hm ne UM yMeu
ite amt y i, BteWab
b" Cobum.


Dramed in tight gray sil
fth bMack resefle r ar
they twaged away o t
electric guit to the p
Iog idnmns o wp Starr.


All in a&, it was deafeing.
Sy time one o the boys
shook his shaggy locks the a.
dienm shrieked.
Venders sold cott candy,


hbt M the mte haed
la. MM, mdSma I "i
jelly ba at .Inme..1.*
tby have baom aiedd

1- bern urn -em rt
nd aitsrep* s-
that came residy to haId.


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belped ramsle pries at a
maed charity bl at the Bri-
tish Embassy. Most d the
rim were Beae re rd al
Today they return to New
York, for concerts in Caraegle
Hal.


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BAKED CHICKENH(Louisim ) ........ $1.65
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THURSDAY LUNCH
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Southm FRIED CHICKEN ................ 9c
Ausrtd COLD CUT PLATE .............. 8c


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Yo Toi Re. s de d tall la his y saddle after winning a fits at Sam-
day's lJo shn peww red by the Seriff'N Mounted Poeee. Tony was om ef
bout50 horse n takin part R the show. HIs them e of Jo D. Roe of
Medroe.


High Sut


Aid Whe



NEW YORK 'Tle United
States government nout be
crdited with a strong assist it
the history sale of America
wheat to the Soviet Union.
mhe sak of U.S. grain to Busa
sd was Willed last fall as an

can eterilrise. With 1 million
eI of tI e 4 milldUm t d
what the olania m -kt
already old, however, it s
dw that te true i cld
ever havh been made wimM l
the assisdance and ees the eit
native of Wadjingtoa.

e L S oa Compmnyd f
Meimeapoi, lRh ., disclMed in
a elephoM, interview that the
D n of krain traen wwho
ma the first ctact with the
did so at the Usggllon ofA
Orvile L. Freeman, secretary
of agiwltre. had been
hinted at the time but never
conwned
"We we* brought into the
pletore because the approach
could nt have been mae on a
puuma ntto government ba-
sis," Joa explained. "We
act u the catalyst, but we
remained b I nstSa t toch wi
th Deprt tof Agrilettr"


)sidies Won't Give

at Sale UpPolaris,
Soviet Told
completed for nearly three
months. The pblem wa that 9 r It
American f aipid g rates GENVA- The United
ere high tn preva g States said Tuesday that the So
world rates and the Riusans viet Union w Ms kog to Up
balked at pyig the prlm nm its favor frm the outset of
for wsat necesn tated by the diasrnamet the "rough baI
more expensive freight cO ae mtof destruction" now eist
ing between the two sides.
Matters we at imnae Wam C. Fater, the U. S.
Until Contine n tal Grain te told the d ament
Company with an nference that lthelan
gua nlmtohem wouldd be at the window" .
It persuade the Rusi to der a Soviet proposal caing
take a package deal ,ofole erlys -o amis.
lion lo t whet that Included ilaech m" .
a sbstantal amount o duon
or macaroni what. He ald the U. S. could not
accept the distinction made by
Continental then bid for ad the Soviet between laInd based
obtained a annually high sub- missiles and thoe based on
sidy for e donnn- cent ubmarines.
a bmel which e ledt to Under the latestSoviet pro-
sp the entire pckae at a poal the U.S and Russia
he Russiu m wereilling would rea B their territory
to pay. a limited but upecified num-
srvemhe oftlong ra.iue missilesa e-
subsidy granted on drum by m *
the Deprtmatoft o Agriculture tro
(s an *mNirIa uboy 0of US. S. D of dall oher rock-
U oem ifi- Uiv. kI eak f in fbe &rAl of be t e pro.
"," --.g ib :tS nbt d tggns
the sipme blckg the silb Jec disamele d d ais t stages
to sda.n would dpiveth W of the
Crgill, Inc., made us t marine based missile on
cum In.aewhich it "has come to rely
ame duro n device inq more than the Soviet Union
its s to Russia and obtain emsto." Fster said.
an even iW subsidy itB He said thait Washington's
Sthe Depirtment of Agicu -plan fa rossub board cuts
i an major arms categories by
Rotarians agreed pe tagewas the
"simplest, the fairest and the
I 1 best way to assure that neither
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WASHINGWI, D.C. "At
the plaet all qsiaaDla
wrked vwL."
Doe that md like a me-
age Oet deae fitU WeI,
it's hid ebt frtalepat m
the lll-day, I-mia.mfle
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Dquty DUeFts of NASA4
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naftial Aal Ccress|l Venus effectively at up to 40,00
in Paris: miles distance.
"Mariner's course ma. "At the planet," Cortright con
ma r correted the Venus tined. "all experiments work.
'miss distance' from about ed well and returned invaluable
33%,N miles to f miles. We ... observations of the planet's
atmdforIN amlsofAMl as atmosphere and surface."


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DEAR ABBY ...


Right Advice!


DEAR ABBT: I an S tr ee estf marriage,
am proudly awa tng fae kt d W ft cud June.My
motlr il opefti *v ** te s 1im.a sn
Mo. ago i 4k m Iad. 1 md at6ewla bre
t-'s w dam of 4 S S ap s as wi
.&*i te a M l di -ml sea Wr seat.k
rm so ipy abor m I a. Bi wh o ka sm w
marriage. 1's nm- .mpwt wi -deA Smtwork
soon. My faris ad lthe lhi. 9 ft Mrbh yWS
but they treat om mIke a mistt. S fe brl adft
out. I told her abe oht to P to a He For Uiwe Mother,
but she says, at her age, he'd feel ooh with all thoe young
girls. What should Mom do?
WORRIED DAUGfR
DEAR WOBBt: Sme srM p to e I B r a Utoed
Mwmes. i tisry Im emayr, he1 hw jlay *d em-
Py her *w m e dIe dr. I Iwea mib r a It
ot Homes in hr wa imeiiy a nqp. She maye
her mrect me vaM II ker trMwemat Al k-
quires wre trikdy ceftdald. S&d bek!

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WEDNMAY m
Best Of Graeh I
:S a MamfNts in sputr
S:a a Newdsco
s:5 LcdNews, Wether
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6:6 a News, spfWK r
0 Somohie Amsonee
I6:10 Lead News
I: Sa News Bfleq,
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Cruke
O Te Big Pi e
7:; a B phy
Wutoed Dead rI
Uie (Debat)
the adventures of Joshb
Randall,, bounty hunter,
who tracks down wanted
men and brings them in
--dead or alive-to col-
lect the rewards. Josh is
played by Steve McQ.ueen.
S Slag HiSigla
7:15 The FrieM y Glia
7:36 8 VgilmW
"First to Tine Own Self"
introduces a new regular,
Randall, bounty hunted,
young wanderer accused
of murdering a prospector
Swhu struck it rich.
SChrolde ;
(Satire) "A Trip to the
Moon," comedy rsion o
Jules Verne's "From he


S MILE!


Farth to the MO." As-
tronmaus are the original
stars of Broadway's "Be-
yond the Frinap." For this
spoof they him their
satire at both Victoria
foibles and today's space
pla, Ltd. including a
oneminute version of the
Civil War, a battle bet-
wee Florida and Texas
over where the rocket
should be launched and a
cataclysmic launching
sequence.
8 Whats New


8:M O Dema Reed Show
S lries and Legeds
a:M Espisagc
'The Frantick Rebel," a
comedy set in the bawdy
LAndon of 1171. Distingui-
shed le orrapher Sam
uel Johnson and his comp-
anion Boswell must pre-
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determined American
sympather, from passing
military secrets to Ben
Franklin in Paris.
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s goes to San Francisco.
S Fred MacMrry, Eleanor
Parker, Richard Carlsoon.


With Art Bc
With Art Btchwald


Organizing a Coup


WASHINGTON -"atl core, youe wi be in charge aut be awa ot. First of all,
the clm wl come to order. of larp mts of your adonal at kiad of a coup do you
day we will discuss the or za y. You will probably be in-i1 '
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AmOEWr a uP R .n ba CL .mw Qsce-
The Giehvs police Ai topber A. Rebd bs B. Sal,
mornial uporWd tom log Trima L .te., Opal G. HoI
pm ivaWted in acdde dir, s M Ja M. lMpb ,I
I 61 dity yor i: Mn. GrnL iBtkwe, Mm.
J. L HeywIrd, 1M S M h bia Vaw, Mr.. wI
St., about l: aja. MN SW 14 m M. Gey, Mr. Roe & rae,
Street aDl o f Gatlve; Mrs JUim h
Jolmny M. Brown, Newbury, A. We MiEmpy; Kenethmm
ad WIian m Lpa, Shdy Pre, Mamo; An M.
Nook Trainer park about 3:3 Flwyd, Nwbery; Mrs. Rth
a.. In the IU bot d W. M. Sfva, Waldo; yrtie R
Univsrty Avene. TLaughloagmue, Live Oak; An*
Irene Randall Gum, Mican- ie M. Brown, Fort White; Mrs.
opy, and Im Neboa, 4118 NW Telm S. Merchant, Ocala;
Uth St, aboutl:3a., attheMrs. Cor RoWel High
intersectia of SW 13th Street Sp Wp; M. Shirley H. llf-
and 8th Avenue. toe, Dmuelm; Frank Stokes,


Mitchell Alen Gregg, Hume
Hall, University o Florida,
(parked car) about 12:1 p.m
in the 13 black of aSW MR
Avenue.
Rosetta M. Pressea, Prt
Salerno, and Deau Kay Cme
ly, 3 NW 14 Ave., about I2:
p at the ntesection of SW
1Lth Street and Arhe Road.
Clifto Gary Moody. 3H NW
Xth St., and Ernet Boyd Stew
art, Roata 2, about 5: pam.
at the idenectiou of Ul-
varsity Avenue and 17 Street
ALMAIUA GNERDI,
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N'W
Mr. and Mrs. I C. Bays, I
NE lith Tr., a girl; Mr. a
Mnr. Joseph R., Carey, 5 n
St. West Palm Beach, a gir
ADMITurED
Albert IL. BurroeZ Baed


Archer; Jame Cay, Brooker;
Mrs. Jua R. Carey, West
Palm Bec&


Wiia H R. aHoe, Scott S&
Pery, Mrs. Pearl D. Carlisle,
Iac TowMend, baby girl
Dackwrt Mrs. MBile Mat.
thews, Mr. Susle A. A and
mo, Mrs. ElSl Buml and
duhterL Mrs. Moor A. Augt
gber, AlMon Scott, Jr., Ha-
reD H. Webb, Floyd lsaiear,
Wlam H. Daordw Dora D.
Ro, Mrs. Vera Coaml, Chri
tine C. Ram, Mararet Gilko-
Ln, Lin R. Keuy.
ALAIUA GENERAL


nd Feb.11

Mr. and Mr. Robert
I. Stackhuse, I3C Flavet III,


by Ila m Xs. O rs
a., et uM a8 ., a by;
Mr.andl MK. dis M. Luiey,
B I Alahe, a irm; lMr. ed
Ms. Wlluam Watr, RL 2,
B m a girl; Mr. atd MLI
WMea Edmd Dl y, M t
MApt 4,CorryVI a gkLr


Mrs. Frances A. Daey, Miich-
a. S, Thomas, Kevin C. Bob-
et, aCrisoph~a wTornto,
Corase P. Corbin, Voanie L
Fergiuso, Ortome D. Faga,
Mrs. Harriett & Zie., Gey
lordM.Volk, Carolyn F.Sayers,
J. C. Cobb, a rf Gai esville;
Ma. WUdemina P. Laduey,
Alachum; Sandra J. Hall, S-
waoee; Mrs. A Lbye RL Fisher,
Lakela; Carence M. Sme,"
St Paid, MJ.I; Merlin R. La-
Plant, Interlaben; Henry J.
Sbtui, Treulo; iCt.n D.
Roberts, High Sprip; David
M. Keen, Old Twon.
DISCHARGED


Mrs. Jane D. Smit, Mrs. Ca-
rolya &. Myers and sAn, Mrs.
Use H. Hendrit ad dIaugher,
Elisabeth Phillips, Ida Pearli
Haynes and daughter, Mrs.
Marlene H. Laier, Nathan C.
Jackson, Sheila C. Delaney,
Mr. IsaKay B. Banks
daughter, oh G. Bome, Mrs.
Mary L Britoe d so, Mrs.
Juanlta A. Weaver, Mrs. LIlian
iL Wa and doughi, opter
W. Wods, Michelle W. Siley.


We Could Win Without


Baker, Says GOP Head


WASHINGTON (AP)-Repub Miller, in his prepared
uIan National Chairm Wil- marks, aused the White
liam E. Mier predicted today Houseof a canm y effort to
the "tpote thtand fustrate the Senate ues Corn-
the GOP has the organization, mittee investigation of Baker,
the candates ind te islo twho re signed der beat a e-
win in November. retary to the Senate Democrat-
"That doesn't mean I welcome ic majority.
It," he told the National Press Miller said information had
Club. "I think the whole busi- been made available to several
ne s petty sick g.maM d I ewsmen m pgniP the char-
wish we couM campaignlp a i- aer of Dn Reynolds, them in-
es which do not strike at the surance man who told the eom-
personal integrity ofofficials in mittee he gave theaS. John-
high places." son a stereo set after selling a


In The


Capitol

WASHINGTON (AP)-In the
Dews froa Wahlngte:
RANGER: Electrical equip.
meant in Ranger VI deipie to
operate Ily In the ear van-
-um of space may hae tarted
fudoluoic before the paee.
craft cmbed out of the ekth's
atmosphere.
f tht happened, the equip-
ment wouda have been damaged
by severe electrical arcing. This
could explain the failure of
Ranger VI to end baeek pie-
lures of the moon.
James E. Webb adiubi
toar of the National A ues
and Space Adbm Strm m tM
a news conference Tuday that
hi vestiaton now apect
that cause.


SMOKING: The Commerce
Depummnt ay domest c-
Smno of cigarettes a
pecteitop g w in W -
despite a rise in pruhAton.
A $1 mnli beaus in io-
bamo piroacbedm expected to
be more athe & d bya 4 ml-
lm bmcrease in tobacco exports.
abry Sof Co erm La-
thwr H. lodme d 16 mw
pjmeut in fling to ayeS gur
tiqg halved in the cuan very
over o flh In malkng Its to-
baccs hnw&ats


I RAYS: Te Phc HUialt
Service has launched a tionam
study to denaie to what ex-
tnmt Amerka have been x-
posed to radint frm I rays
in mdics mats ad
trealamouss
h swmOm DS Tueday,
qips Gamd utar tery
ai, "May bta mdor.

portw prt od the total ft.a
tn withc the popia I
eOpal my be awMld hr
dey Imead Mn l X n era
BM lo"t AC d AMt d-

to uw E,. ad ul
kUt -daiBliuda
tecj' li 'P


HE'S GREAT
BUY-BUT

WASHINGTON (AP) Preal-
dent Johon heaped praise a
Secretary of the Treaury Doug-
las Dillo in a speech to Intrnal
Reveum offiMalh Teday.
Then he added: "Somebody
called him a RepublicI think
that is about the worst thing I
have ever heard said about
him."
Dillon is a epuslcan. He
was ambms e to France and
Adersecretary of state under
former President Dwigit D.
Eisenhower before being named
to nhi present pst by tme late
President John F. Kenedy.


Boys' Club
Director At
Conference


Mike Kreshka, Gaines-
oe Boys' aub exutdive di*
lt, is at&intg the Sothean

a the University of Gearga a
Athe, Ga. Edward W. Pao-
tre, tectr d trig and
pramd of Boys' Cs of Am-
rIawiM bhe in hpS of the
tb prm duri s ab-

The workshp wa. co-
e t"ou wthl w, seag
Friday. Workshop asM to be
covered ill inade: mesch
- and
I. illil ll a 7


.16,0 insurance policy a his


7he COP chairam said there
can be no doubt the dossiers
"reportdly obtainedrn files
in the p ela of the Air
Force, the State Department
and th7 FBI" w leaked by
perS "high in the psent

In atition to the s, Mil-
ler said, the party had a strog-
er orghlation than in 10 and
"we wI have a candidate cho.
sen fr* the log list of peo-
ple any one of whom can run
this government better taany
known 'Democrat"


Amodg those on "the I

Sen.. Goldwatr opens

dearg that the w Of
that ste's primary "will be
the RMin nominee."' He
set his own chances for the
on t 50 "but I'm
VAt -i yet'1,
New York Gov. Nebo A.
Rockefle opens a three-day
roud ld speeches, had -
shakiner f iee n h d teas
as he messacy in
New lpmpshire's yre ntal
prefe p ary, M UK.I
As to kd nem that th p
mary im be m kanss be
mme the large number of
epr mt Rockefeer aid "to
thue los, tat probably
wil be the ohelm. But to
the oa who wo, it s going


to be a very signifm pri.
mry."I
Alm the vote tro l I NwM
aqpsire Sen. Margaret
1am Slh ofMaIn msaid oe
hIs rved large uber d
contribastes for her calpB,
bt "I o ow mwtk w
with I becamIdt
take IV y a.V
UM"n~


Lauderdale

'Invasion' 4

Plans Laid

lOT IAUD lDAIZ (AP)-
Ft LtaU=ls qphai C f-
hr a ail eluebm i pro
rnm to keep ag ot
lhsi f a pedi, they
Wm ito m a e sriah Flda
mt Das 'ef l thee.
The piran wau led Min
IN m pwena a naita of

whm lbd d erw ktik g
rundal b led poes a
were ariSto by the ladIres.I
7. pab also weas suances
f*lly last year.
If the staents com in peak
anmbers, possibly as many as
SwMi be here over a 1lay
riA
A program mapped by civie
groups provides maximum en.
tertailment and a minius ie
tine. will cst the city $1H5,-
m. Inclued are dances, mb
p-rte boat -u, aliWed.
ad gilt certificates.
AR a student needs Is a
"bedle" tag coming a cents.
It's worth about $5 In ter-
atanmu


People In


The News


WASINGTON (AP) Far-
met A tronat Job H. a Gin
Jr., campaigning in Ohio for
the Demoeratic normal nm .
ino, wi always be welcoe
back at the National Aeronau
tis and Spce Adminitratm.
James E. Webb, NASA ad
mlnistrator, s id I Wmbagshgt,
"We would welced the a
ance of Jo Glma In my capA-
y." He doubled, however,
that this would include space

Glen, who made the first
m y al flight, gave up
a m ne for a g to the
moon to go into politics.


DALLAS (AP)-Iaing Cow.
ty, Teas, has a populat o of
16 in square miles that are
mogty mand .
Ben Hederon, a Dallas law.
yer, suggested in court that the
Ining County seat, Metone,
would be a place n Texas where
Jack by might get a fair
trial for the Lea Harvey 0M-.
wald aying.
. Dallas Ass Di Atty. B3M
Meander asked Wn why.
"Because I,."aid le so1,
"there is not a single lawyer
in the county."


LONDON (AP-wedsh tar
letBritt Ekd, arriving I
London, was given a diamond.
skded welcome by her fiance,
actr Per dSellm.
With i e mintm after her
arrival by plan rom New
York, Sellers slipped a lMyear
old engagemnt ring of gold,
rubies and diamonds on her
finger.
"We are hoping to get mar-
ried next Wedaesiy," aid Sel-
krs, wio proposd to tie gian
-rous yeapol blonde In LoA
do and received her actse
ance, by transatantu c phone
three days later.

KentuckySons


LOUISV E Ky. (AP)-: b
Bbgreate adms be the
birthplace m oe Pf esM.t ad
three vice paidents. Another


President was roared Ia Ken-
tucky.
Aldm Ieh was bin
- am odev ZacmWayToy-
Ior, brn Virgn moved to
I"*y ra m esi tan on
Kin S^m vim -

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reatas orplaUM ad r- MWRY, Co., (AP) -
-alaThw obehavie m Fru- c m my I
m-at cor and emm.-..i- s -
a fatisa today to ie,
Apprimately iM0s .ecows ftsWkd
ad ki director t gt
tih Sout are epubed a t ane rim ed M
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ANGLEWOODn BR. I baths.
faml rm. with fireplace, ec.
trial air oondltloning i heating.
wood flGor, ot IoNlW block
losas street, built-la dishwAsher.
dispUl, ov. etc. 372 SW 2nd
Plane. SaO. PhOne YR 6-6e71
HAZEL HEIGHTS
s ear 4-bedroom ind 3-.ed.
room. 2.-bth casB homes ith
bult-ia eleircc ato.,e ard ole.,
(titral heat. city utitties.
Iired for teleisioso and tel..
hone. Large yar s completely
irasled Hazel Heights is I
the city limits. Equipped iltb
sewer lines. cloe to bu stop.
Low down pa ment. omes.
noeal loans Located -o North.
west 39 Ave., West o( 13th
fit. SMO by appoialmgut
-ne FR 130M.
COMFORTABLE. 3-bedroom. con-
crete block home wth central
heal. deluxe GE built is kit, hen,
Jarge storage m a. hkauiI.
ful lot ia excellent teighb-r-
hood Only Mas down nid
low monthly prmretsa of ta3 l0
icover: enerylhi L acted at
2418 NE 10lh Terrace. tall
372-7070 for appoiimeo to see.
MOVING to Texas Wll Uscrllfk
home. Large corner lot Ideal
locitino to Scols. hoppmig,
niversitty. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath,
living room, separate dining
Large family moan. Lots of
closets. Separate storage.
Garage. Lovely yard and will.
ed patio. Phone FR 1-13 for
Ippointnent.
3 BEDROOM, Is bithaon nict
corner lot Sal d urme
with p)mats less than 73. Php
taxes And ina runce. Thi ose
will be ready b Feb. I, 164.
For Information without oblig.
Uson call
riHE JAMES CO.
Of Galuesville Inc.
BuildfA f n Klaberry Homs
Ph.1 m-27,. nlt 3n r74B1
WfETWOO.LnTfLU WOOD
AREA
Walking diatanc to schools. I
M. I bths hoam In ikylum
Heights. Study, hardwood floo.s,
buit-la range & oven. Cent.
heat. Shaded back yard. Avail
Mar. Call 372m574

$300 Down
527 NE 12th 4. I bedroom
maIonry hoUC.II0S DOWNi
4204 NW 13th PLACE 3 bed.
room, 2 bath masonry homo
with fairly room. 1900 DOWM
4111 SiW M AVE 3 bedroom,
I bath masonry home wht
fireplace, family room, central
heating eastem. double cdr-
port and large corner lot
OWNER WILL FINANCE!

John Merrill
REALTOR
ML'LTIPLE LIqTlING
PHONE 7-.14M
MARC LLA PARD
W. H. BUIKANNAN
THE ANSWER
Te mauy requ.p e nfor le
3 BR. 2 bath home iut et-.
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ft NW 14lt Ave. Sprlikla
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Cent leal. Large s afilyt rea
Call us for dotafls
COUNTRY LIVING
AM It's bM. O. LeaR Ltechkm-
as Extra ltge I BR, 1 bath
home with modern fllxtures
Las e family oo wI lire-
place Lot si up to 4 acres if
stode. Will slt flearaed i
tested. Call ar. to se.
BEST OFFER
Will buy this01 atn.e D BR,
I hat Cs borne cn e. ion-
tie. Monthly M taysui only
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Aine E. MeLatkile.
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FOUR BEDROOM,
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U5 RAMILR 4-dr Seden, autamtic tranfmission.
radio, heater, reclining seats. Executive car. 5.000
miles. New. Sold for $2878. Now enfly .... $2195


a FORD
rafts %n -UM L
vert ke .Me. Autemat
tramil., radio heat" r
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$1995

61 RAMBLER
date fir it, adtMu
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$950
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$795

59 MERCURY
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eif l. anitea truemi-
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h(ttr. UAU 5i5M mleM.
$1795

61 METRO
Coantbe. Uke W, ra.
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$695

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mal hitr. ra elM
$795

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63 fontioc
Bonneville 2-door hardtop,
radio, heater, automatic
transmission, power steer.
ing, power brakes, air con-
ditioned, a black beauty.
$2995


63 Chevrolet
Impala 4-dr hardtop. Ra-
dio, heater, power staer.
in g, brakes, automatic
transmission. Sharp!
$2695


63 Comet


I illager Station Wagon,
bucket seats, radio, heater.
automatic transmission, air
conditioned, Only
$2595


62 Chevrolet
nvair 4-dr sedan, radio,
ster, stick shift. Now


$1395


62 Falcon
2dr. radio, heter.
excellent buy!
$1395


61 Chevrolet
V-8 engine, 4-dr sedan,
radio, heater, beautiful red
finiSh.
$1395

61 Ford
Falcon, 4-dr, 6-cylinder,
rodio, heater. Ready to go!
$945

63 Studeboker
4-dr Cruiser, radio, heater,
utom a t i c transmission,
power steering, brakes.
Extra clean. Local owner.
$1995


WE CAN SAV


63 Mercury
Monterey 4.dr hardtop,
power steering and brakes
Foctory air, bucket seats
Was $3495 Now only
$2995

62 Comet
4-dr, 6-cylinder, standard
transmission, radio, heater.
Clean and ready to go!
$1495

62 Renault
Dauphine 4 door, radio,
heater, seat belts Good
economical transportation
at a very, very low price of
only
$995___
61 Comet
4-dr Sedan, radio, heater
Save yourself lots of money
here!
$1195
61 Mercury
Meteor 4-dr sedan, radio.
heater, power steering,
brakes, automatic trans-
mission This beauty can
be yours for Only
$1395
60 Comet
4-dr Sedan, 6-cylinder, ra-
dio, heater. Clean and
priced to sell in a hurry
so come rnght on down!
$1045
60 Mercury
Monterey, 4-dr., radio,
heater, power steering,
brakes, automatic trans-
mission, see it to believe
it!
$1295
60 Ford
4-dr Sedan, V-8 en oie.
radio, heater, automatic
transmission, yes, this is
not a misarint'
$745


YOU


60 Chevrolet
Pickup, 6-cylinder, stan-
dard transmission,
$995

59 Cadillac
4-dr Hardtop, rad i
heater, power steering
brakes, automatic trans
m ssion, air conditonel


$1995


59 Chevrolet
Brookwood station wagr,
radio, heater. 6-cvlnde'
standard transnossion An
excellent huy on an ex-
cellent caw'
$995

59 Plymouth
9-passenger station wagon
loaded with accessories in-
cluding air condrticnrin
An opportunity you can't
afford to miss'
$845


59 Por


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2 dr hardtop, ride
heater, power steering


brakes, automatic tranc-
mission, air conditioning
finished in a beautiful
white.
$1195


59 Ford
4-door, 4 cylinder, radio,
heater, standard trans-
mission, your for only
$695


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