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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 13, 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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GAINESVILLE,


FLORIDA, THURSDAY .JU k*eY i"


S.MW I.AND PRICE 10e


- ANTIDOG TALE


Leash Lovers


BarkAt


Dog sPals


Dy HAltOLD 11JUN
ate flouk I
The mne clan sounded ike -m le s than "ml 's be
fried" -etrs.,I
At bet they were "faiweathr -a friends"
But some pupp fees weren't ready to coede even that. They
lSed him in eom cmmbbatvaris- "a unsanitary, destr$u
UvM d er and mby misnsoe"
At one pot, dander of dogdom was called a "Sentimenta
S ad rieds we paid off ye .
About 15 of thm came to debate the need for a dog leash law
ib front of a special City Comm masiom c mttee. They talked
about two hours.
In the end, notl rely was decided. The committee Comr
miaioner Ed Tur igton. ci Manager BI Green and City Attor-
y Oe Fagan-deided to meet agai later to draft a nreco
madatUon to the Cly Commissiom.
To Leash?
lndications were t it wU be dra alongthe lin of a
pa leah law: i
"It shal be minl for ay owner, poseor or pMeon MS
bee s ay do to g pe6 e the to run at large. A dog nMa be
dened to be mum at large when off or awa from the prn`
of the owner, pomm r keeper theredo and not under the ctrol
of uch owner, pem ror keeper ohis agent or ervant, or
her d his inaidi e family, either by lhF cord, chain or oter
means."


Or Not To Leash?


'e "other means" caused ome c ernati among both
Se ommtee and te audience.
Som wanted it replaced with "voice command." e
Others wanted at stria entrely from the law. No decision
wae reached.
Mot of the meting taken up by critics and defense of
dogdom, not in conitrum recommendatM s for leas ti
"We're getting f os many tangenta hat kep us h so
Mog we won't have time to write this lawI right," Tur ingto ld
the audience at one point .
Much of the talk c e nd overturned g ca i
S)Fmed idms, yardsaed asto e,dog ISthbatMe,
The eo omee aske the pple to d their prt tryebing t
B tolVg thSocty.


She Sets Dog Traps


woman msai she was trying to do sometNhig.
"uat aD I ever can catch in my trap is one little dog. I have
t, n htomWm bon my *. The g eades of the pacs
dot gt ito my trap
te aueed that maybe tm -f leaden were trained to
A dm era ok up at o ponut


Catty Discrimination?
He couldn't e why dogs should be dicrminated against.
"Let's cude at in thi thing too."
He added lt he didt think a leh law would have moch
ect O smitaia prlems. "r go ing to wal my dog" at toilet
ufme, e I a d. Head also that chidr have been known to
dms flow ad dhrubs.
Another end of do suggested posting h law legisla-
"It would deprive peop of the Ame of their property (dPogs)
wNk te pme f te law,"he msaid, bao i ima m tuthad

New Leash on Life?


b same man thought lght be pod ide to wait "our
or i years" utl he peent dog poulon hd died off. 7m
a beed dop would grow up kingd they'd have to live Uer
a lo law, h aKd.
Oumms Ed Turhgtm added a Wtistial tuch to Se
Said local athori ues were cled am to make Un field -
td a g atd Mbite ladi yea. He amd bout 3.do m
ew Heet b looe in the cy.
Adquat e of the dog popetin probably wudd require
At presto twonman animal ma eoployed by the cty
Wrilghla M a u
amglor e epded iI MM Ime Om tosm
ag i M ei k fees ad d o umy e .
I wbas nl d rabim-g pmid het bi. t wl
eMkh le gtN dolm rf a pan to NaptirMld 0nmt,
Bat that woud be a "peally" beaom It w be to io high,
r t Ithe gp. A "penalty" auSt be level by a judge. be
wa- Bep t be a e" repreenil S wuat it cots to
Sh msinnce w explained several tahs durkg fe two-


Autopy in '63 JailDeath

Will Be Made Publif
# IS TAYuL sdaM e% t one e
to0Wnlwtr de4Ibrha mry IN Tm.
Aan i a report 1s (1 nLdP. A ad LY, l'
d" dsa m at the Alch- (ald fb a l ad m te I WIN.
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JUDGE SAYS HE'LL GiVE
RUBY DECISION TOMORROW
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NewCyprus Fights




Break Cease.Fire


City mcmidom mcMatW (lt to right) Jhn Richard m, Arnmd Butt ud Byron Winm. (Sun photo by Tommy
Lewis.)


CAA


City commio bids by
Mayor Byrn Winm and Plan
Board Chairman Arnold Butt
were endorsed last nghtby the
Gain ile Civic Action Asoci-
ation.
The CAA pve thepair its
seal of approval in a auanmou
vote ndt, a ga t nto
rus atab
Butt Pmuneed s ngt he



Andre, m u made n, a
mnocmg aWMte aplm for
- kor uella
CAA PIiet Tom Hager


Backs


Winn,


Butt


Views taken by the candi-
dates for the March 17 election
included:
lm& Hamig Richardson
said he felt urban renewal pro.
grams to correct slum con-
ditio has "sne real poss*
litiea."
"Not enough has been done
and I certainly am not unalter.
a pp opposed to pui housing,"
Rhardlson said. I'Naturally, I
*w# I want to look at other
first."
0 sm aid some bu homing
has already been replaced here
by private enterprise but the
mneed greater than the volume
o homing available.
Ha noted that some low cost
hobaing projects already plan-
ned h"r Gainesville by local de.
voloper are being held up be-
cma the city cannot meet some
federMl requirements i assist-
am program sought by the
"I would go for public housing
If necessary," Winn said. "'but
it must warrant that specific
Btt said most project hous-
ing provided by private enter.
pris i still too expensive or
famHe seeking low-cost h
ing.
". the lowest rate needed is
pldf not on the haorl sfor
Gaimif tlid let's face it,"
mi sd. "Let's take smdvi
aa4jreg lic huousig a "d do a
Sgf-r it when the aeed is

g pees in Jacksonville aid
ad a inag feeling" that e
etB= Ity's public hoe ing
mnm is nceseal becausem
Hay h been ever the road
(r a Aterpriae) we are
lM a board chairman
u lha new housing code -
def uh f a o by the city
AmM i"ANd Y q li de
an CAA aPaop 2)


British Move

In Troops

Reluctantly
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -
Heavy fighting broke a cease
fire in the southern port of IU-
massol at dawn today and
Greek Cypriots swung make-
shift armor into a five-hour bat-
tle against the Turkish quarter.
Then the British arranged an-
other truce.
The shooting came as Amer-
ican and British diplomats pur.
sued talks in Nicosia with the
aim of landing an internation-
al peace force on this troubled
island,
An Associated Press cor.
respondent said he saw five
Turkish dead in a Turkish Cyp-
riot area of Limassol overrun
in the battle. He said the total
could be determined only after
officials gained access to the
surrounded quarter.
Greek Cypriots said they lost
one dead and several wounded.
A British military source said
the Greek Cypriots used ar-
mored bulldozers, an old tank
and homemade armored cars.
The original cease-fire was
established Wednesday night
British troops moved in as a
last resort to try to separate
the combatants and were them.
selves fired on. Such hazards
are one reason Britain wants to
(See CYPRUS Page 3)

No Evidence


At Present,


Says CAB
WASHINGTON (AP) The
Civil Aeronautics Board said
yesterday it has "no prelimin-
ary evidence" as to the cause
of a Feb. 3 plane crash at
Gainesville, in which a pilot
and his nine passengers were
killed.
"It is too early in the inves-
tigation to make any determin-
ation," said a spokesman for
the CAB's safety Bureau,
which is in charge of the Inves-
tigation.
"The factual evidence is still
being developed."
The spokesman added that
published reports, quoting a
CAB representative as saying
that preliminary evidence point*
ed to egine failure at oa low
an altitude for maintenance of
mtrol, were false at this
points since the CAB has not
yet gathered sufficient data to
reach a conclusion.
Reporters quoted one wtm
as saying the plane sounded a
though it were having ng
trouble on takeoff, aad an-
other as saying that the left
engine appeared to be Idle.
Jack Yohe. CAB information
chief, said that "there is abao.
hitely no evidence of nine
failure up to the present toes
In the CAB investigation H
said published reports to 1o
contrary were "wrong."


get rgaied and have any
effect if we don't begin now."
W BO, i agi diriw
spok t he nsop w ht
-ad tmi hitpprt in thefln
poe apperman d e an-
MaeAd andid aMe.
The trio briefly epied
their campal and plform
and mnwered -giob = t
ted by the member


Newberry Bank's Cash Was


In Vault, President Says


The Bank of Newrry's ceub
wasm't outside the aiot whm
burgla struck early T a
moMUNq, Pmt NdM
SSummerun said is aring.
It wo h teller' cash bones,
locked bel two vault doors,
hbe aid.

S"rme m b m htty pdrO
h, i d the mW=y yeat mk





to a g a h am d lob.
The may to pu i mi


z bU ab m tab-
,f,,toteaU emig d



s" he S i

^dI~m.UwSL ~ h


ide the safe, but inside t
vault, Snnmmerln said ts
morning.
Tie inveBstigatil of the burg-
lary is being cmdued by
Gamsvill Poe, the sherifs
offic Newberry Police and the
deral Buri of vstigation.


Investgators have traced U.e
aceylene welding outfit ed in
the mrgl and mleftt the
acee to a Gainesville ibrglm
earlier on the night of the New-
ry theft. It allegedly was tak-
* Ifr the Gainesville Foua-
dy.


aO Bdrmi


a genwra that srith's
amtdep'i a Uenip
w bittft tdti IB o
does L
4 s" stead a rimH
O6d a 2um ad bogpy

*w to d 1- dern
:r-~ 1*f 1B 11


Counseor Jordan Resigns


Says He'll

Ep Candidate

Ewome


w m


Fo=ias M s hmmn i
& Mus N isa adOpfl
IahUif #mbf t.Wft
i#goMIzrW U b b pmnmml N-

miilt~eaJriiiri M


ju-vlei and also have lame
ed the sie of their court s .
"It's been most raSfg to
me to have worked wit Jub l
MeDnolU and other mm
of the Juile Court at. Jo-.
dan said.
He said his job of oordenagw
the court's actvies as ha
bem read
Jordanis president of
Norem CeSr orida aM M r
f the Florid Coandl o C s
and Delinquency, a law alree.
most Wrga tion formed hr
several moth ago.
He's a member o the xNaMt l
Coaundl O Cre and odlb
qacy, viem ca asn
ASee Cos tyim's CM.
owne ofdie Jdo c "s *
Comiti Ammi.a pot t a t-
oSl Ame& Cefly m-
&Mw mowfl = -,
ofi bdo en01uft


Unanimous Vote Urges

'Team' Candidate Bid


aid today the group decided to
go ahead with its edorsemet
ahead of e Feb. N qualica-
tion delie or support
I Mti MM a d we iN

"itl adint (hat u&
MW. Hg at. Bt B to
is a the delmt ad we ca"


White House SiysTalks

Going Extrem Well


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Th nday, Feumry 13, 1964


More About


CAA


FromPagel.

open Of iw cost la- w

UrMNs DqpM t Wins
id bhe favors single ead
fr hanUdn the adminitative
duties of city goveramedt and
Sas a reed on the am -
io nOw for to cMelid* the
utilities and floance deprt-
mnts under the juriu'dtis of
the city manager.
'We need unified ity man-
agement under t eei l of
the city ma r," e major
said.
Butt said he supports cool.
idatio of the utilities ad
finance departments under the
control of te city mager.
"I favor putting stray de-
partments under the man who
is paid to manage, the city
manager," Butt explained.
Richardson called for a re-
view of the city movement's
structure and its city manager
operation.
"We've been kidding our-
selves by describing our gov-
ernment as a city manager
form of government,* Richard-
Son said. "The Ga svile city
commIssIon is not just a policy.-
making body.
It spends hours and bours o
matters not being handled ad-
ministratively by the city
manager."
Richardson said years ago
when the utilities department
was removed from the city
manager's supervision, he op-
posed it
-However, he said he felt that
a the, city manager system
has evolved, the specialized and
technical skills involved in oper-
ating the utilities operations
made it so that the city man-
ager form of government is
not deggned to handle the op.
ration.
"I want a board of diree.
ters," Richardson said. "This
Sa business whose et Is
ice that of general pvm
maent. 1 want people who will
ajend time (on the operation of
the utilities department) and
nt just a periodic repi$ of
Me city manager."
-He emphasized that although
Fi favored a utilities commiss-
n,. he wanted one fiveman
group to look to for respomibi-
My.
-And I want it to be the city
tmmission to run the city," Ri-
lardson noted.
-Plaintg aad nag Butt
ited his work o the plan
ard during the p-t year.
-"I have had experience with
he live issues andthink my
wk during the past year with
te- plan board delineates
where I stand O the issues,"
Butt said.
He said he strongly favors ex-
pasion of the planning depart-
tnent and felt that the propso-
d housing code is very good
"in most repects."
Butt also said he felt his
work in preparing the projects
included in the million cap-
ital improvements program
made him well qualified a
city commission erto track t
er the Item in the Isd lmsi
iachardson said he favors o-
tailed plan inn all a of
government, not jut d e.
He Mid be was not familar
enough with die housing cede
to say whehr he pport tt
but in general, "I favor a hons-
ing program "
Winm said be feeb that the
city'i plning should cOA
to ande the overall pclaliR
e"I i th oMty, cti: pM
cooeratiol, between S ey
an*=t a.tpramt ces
ad Jw- frenue wee*
am boated banes the can&
dam explained:
&wiul WnMls a Mt


itya- inmkiues, new S-
salared, have a bigg ad
morsuponible jobthoeh-a
m. nMnumssMh n- ti
my pta bints hs' I
,et e that the recsat air
raBes were msomew
ve Who aid. "anomm,-
= opay a cdty li
artahe'sworth.lm I
es-Vd dMnM bSa4 to ds

lt by beig away tr be ai-
a"
ME -lear mob -i3
aSWo midat tS te to e
at m., he adt -
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at.igeS kdthes eir*
:" udew. I de'ta iwV I
*ONd kma gem lo


Next Week At PKY
I
Membm of the east of "Visit toA Smal Pnlaer" reheu for the
Youp Junior Olamn pre tati on t Weduae y at the P. L Yonge
auditorium. The play, written by Gpre Vid, deals with the crew of a
sauer that blaed in a r garden onearth. Tickets can be reserved with
benrs of the Junior Class or prchaped at the auditorium.


Tangled Missaissippi Jury

Real.Life 12 'Angry Men'


JACKSON, Min.


(AP)-lb1tM final a, I FAIIOtIqS


jury in Mlsis 's touchiest
murder trial was dMdlocked at
an angry 44 m a4 mistrial
was declared, a jmr said to-
day.
"It was hell i tre," e said
recalling the 11 hurs i which
12 men, locked away in a small
room, pondered the fate of By-
ron De La Beckwith.
Beckwith, 43, a militant seg-
regationist from Greenwood,
Mis., was accused of murder-
ing a Negro civil rights leader,
Medgar Evers, 37, of Jackson,
in an effort to suppress integra
tion activities.
A juror, who asked that he
net be named, said the opening
ballot was 10 tfr acquittal On
this point then was me con
fusion, however.
Another jurr agreed with the
10-2 opening ballot Two others
said they thought the opening
vote was almost the -ame a


Jackie Visits


NE TORK (AP)-Mrs. John
F. Kennedy arrived Wednesday
with two secretaries for what
wa derived u a visit of sev-
eral days.
Mrs. Kennedy Is to discuss
plans for the library at Cam.
bridge, Mass., which will be
built as a memorial to President
Kennedy.
mittee, said he felt the commu-
nity had shown a desire to
"come to an understanding and
recognize people regardless of
race."
He called for future advances
in better understanding by act
ive participation by some orp-.
isations weho gave either ome
or token support to the Bi-Racial
Committee, "such as the Cham-
bear of Commerce.


He said he was not pricing
the chamber, "It edrsed or
peliy, hiut aer you need
sme help at th o ."
The mayor eplained he ft
the future fr racial understand-
g in Gaesville also needs
co g acti"
by the NeP coonamity.


later.
AD ageed the airmeats in
the jury rom. adjoining the
Circuit Court Gourt-faen, had
reached IS flash point
"We ptsio mad we would all
have to sp taking 15 or a
minutes and simmer down,"
one juror said. "It was pretty
bad. We knew it would never
change."
The jury was seated in glow-
ering silence around the rec-
tangular oaken table when
Judge Leo Hendrick sent the
bailiff to pound on the door and
bring them out for polling.
The mistrial came last Fri-
day. It astonished almost every-
body In this segregationist
stronghold, including Ne-
gro leaders who had predicted
a "whitewash."


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Autopsy

From Page 1
tel here prior to his run-io with
the law on Nov. 14. Police ques-
tioned him on the night of Nov.
13 when they spotted him wan-
dering along the streets.
On Nov. 15 Turner stopped a
car driven by a woman down-
town and asked her to give
him a lift. The woman refs-
ed but Turner hopped in the
car and the woman drove him
in tkhe itv nolitb etatioA


Lake City

Jr. College

To Build


LAKE CITY Ground was
broken here this morning on a
$1 million construction program
at Lake City Junior College.
State Supt. Thomas D. Baily
and Sen. G. T. Melton headed
a slate of dignitaries speaking
at the ceremonies.
Gary Dopson of Macclenny,
president of the student body,
turned the first shovel of earth
on construction projects for a
library and science building. An
estimated 250 guests joined the
300 members of the student body
in the ceremonies.
The library and science pro-
jects are the first of $3.5 million
in campus construction planned
for the college.
Six other buildings planned
are a student center, admini-
stration building, dormitory,
gymnasium, fine arts building
and a technical building.

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Cyprus

From Page 1
surrender its police role to an
international truce force.
The British army warned it
will send its troops to occupy
key positions in the city unless
the fighting stops.
Maj. Gen. Peter Young, Brit-
ish commander of the Cyprus
truce force, and Cyprus Minis-


to c ci pW e s o--- ter of the Interior Polycarlm
There, in the lobby of the p- Yeogadjis flew to the city in an
lice stati, be began to show effort to halt the battle.
police some new cowboy boots The fighting broke cease
be had 04' and then tried to fire between Greek and 'Turk
get into radio room of the ish Cypriots reached Wednesday
police staIn. night.
Police drove him to the coun- Thnbattlebetwenthe Greek
ty jail. It is the policy of law and Tur h Cypriots came aft.
enfofement agencies here to er President Makarios, tie

put people suspected of being Greek Cypriot leader, was re-
Insane in 'the county jail until port by Greek Cypriot sources
they can be taken to a hospit- to have rejected a U.S.-Bdri
at peace plan.
"It was apparent that he U.S. i'rsecretary of State
was out of his bead when be George Ball, sent by President
entered the station," said Po- Johnson to win Makarios' ap.
lice Chief W. D. Joiner 9te proval of an international peace
morning after the death. force, delayed his departure ad
When Turner got to t scheduled another meeting wh


u -m Wt co u- ty jailhe started to sIng-
tin of aie d bi g a itoo tk six a u to u.
des omisa seou as p*m due himn and get im ib a ca
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he w pd the wwk of t Dnc'ordeu Man
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Poestiff ice
OpeaFeb.22


the president
An informed BritIsh
said the T pks had bee taking
"a very beatid fm be
Greek Cypriots ad wu b
danger of being wiped at
Tbe Tr*WI Cypriots l e
a we reporwtw S
and the source mid the Grb
have launcehd a complete k-
t operation amMt t.
Tb government radIo maid
the new battle, the third in am
mmy day at LmasaoL hke
S dawn nmd mmreaI
asthe Md a e d


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warner this atane and to-
aigt -rg l Friday.
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in low is. High Friday in
ls. Saulerly wis 11 to 3
miles per hoair shifting to
northerly Friday.
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@bituarie~


MAUDI VIRGIN
aud R. Virgn, 781 SW
Ave:, a retired clerk in the Uni-
versity's Agricultural library,
died Tuesday in a Macdenny
hospital.
She was a native of Miltoa,
W. V, and had moved herem
She was a Catholic.
Funeral services will be at 10
a.m. Friday in St Patrick's
Catholic Church. Burial will be
in Evergreen Cemetery under
the direction of Williams-Tho-
mas Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be J. B. Car-
michael, Dr. H. G. Hamilton,
Lester Robinson, David Streait,
A. C. Brown and Perry Foote
Jr.
A rosary will be said at 7:3
pm. tonight in WillisamThomias
Funeral Home.
Survivors include a son, J. W.
Virgin, Flushing, N.Y.; a bro-
ther, James W. Ripley, Phila-
delphia; and three sisters, Mrs.
J. B. Mobley Jr., Gainesville,
Mrs. Herbert Barton, Cedar
Grove, W. Va., and Mrs. Frank
Hamper, Miami.
THOMAS OAKLEY
Thomas Alexander Oakley,
79, 1442 NE 17th Ave., a retired
farmer, died yesterday In Aa-
chua General Hospital.
He was a Georgia native and
a Baptist.
Funeralservces will be at
10 a.m. Saturday in Williams-
Thomas Funeral Hame
Survivors include si sons,
Robert R., Gainleville, J. R.,
Jacksonville, J. H., Maggie, N.
C., T. H., Tampa, T. E. and LR
J., both of Dade City; e
daughter, Mrs. W. Towa
send, Gainesville; five brothers,
Carl, Wil, Sidney, P t, and
Clarence, all of Sou Carolina;
two sisters, Mrs. Ade Dickson,
Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Cordy
Vernon, South Carolina.
MORGAN HARPER
STAR -Morgan Harper,
a, diedy i udaybaIn albalow -
pit al aer a bid flbness.
ie was bern in Bleahi d r,
G e, J1e r IyU, and was a
raed fme. He was a l-
mdi ordi wdof te Advter
Chrtas Ca ad a maber
d d *plfle hAdt d ait-
ad the S0pr ud A n Christ.
iMs Ce in Jadsm le.
Survivors heb d his widow,
Della ricklaud Harper,



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Stare three daughters, Mrs.
Loe Cabi Oan Starke, Mrs. ULil-
la Beckum, Jacksonville, and
Mrs. Bertha Tuten, Bangor,
Me.; two sons, Eddie Harper,
Starke, and Gordon Harper,
Jacksoville; 18 grandchildren
and two great grandchildren.
Mineral services for Harper
will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Chapel, with Rev. Joyce K.
Thomas of Jacksonville offici-
Burial will be in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery.


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Commission May Hear

New JFK Witnesses
WASHINGTON (AP) IThI Marguerite Oswald, mothm
Warren commission may call of the introverted ex-Marin8
one or possibly two new wit- charged with killing Kennedy
Oaee next week to build its finished three days of voluntary)
growing pile of evidence on the testimony Wednesday by stating
assassination of President John she believes:
F. Kennedy. -That Oswald was innocent
Chief Justice Earl Warren but 'I realize that as a hum
told newsmen he did not know being he could be guilty."
whether ne would be a janitor -That despite lack on any
who reportedly saw sharpshoot- specific supporting evidence
er Lee Harvey Oswald en route she believes he was a secret
to a sniper's hideaway shortly, agent of the US. Central Intel-
before the deadly rifle shots lienee A"ency who was "set up
1"re fired in Dallas last Nov. to take the blame" for the slay-
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program be M
ope S I cost I Ahmg adW

iid he favors a single head
for handlinUg the administrative
duties of y governet sand
bas a -cwd o te cB*
on a for to cosiiito
utilities and fasce sadt-
meals under the juriadicm of
the city manager.
We need unified city man-
aement under the So fl
the city manager," e mayor
said.
Butt said he supports consol-
idatis of the utilities and
finance departments under the
control of the city meaier.
"I favor putting stray de-
partments under the man who
Is paid to manage, the city
manager," Butt explained.
Richardson called for a re-
view of the city govemunmt's
structure and its city manager
operation.
"We've been kidding our-
selves by describing our gov-
ernment as a city manager
form of government," Richard-
son said. "The Gainesville city
commission is not just a policy.
making body.
It spends hours and hours on
matters not being handled ad.
ministratively by the city
manager."
Richardson said years ago
when the utilities department
was removed from the city
manager's supervision, he op-
pos- it.
However, he said he felt that
as the,city manager system
has evolved, the specialized and
technical skills involved in oper-
ating the utilities operations
made it so that the city man-
ager form of government is
not designed to badle the op
ration.
""I want a board of diream
tors," Richardson said. "This
i a business whose budget is
Qice that of general govern
ment. I want people who will
aend time (on the operation g
the utilities department) and
Mnt just a periodic repol off
fe city manaMMger."
-He emphasized that although
he favored a utilities commiss
gon, he wanted one five-m a n
group to look to for respomibi-

-And I want it to be the city
commission to run the city," Ri-
dardson noted.
-Planing and mis g Butt
ited his work on the plan
gard during the past year.
-"I have had experience with
te live issues and think my
work during the past year with
the- plan board delineates
Where I stand on the issues,"
Butt said.
He said he strongly favors ex-
pension of the planning depart-
ment and felt that the propos-
ed housing code is very good
"in most repects."
Butt also said he felt his
work in preparing the projects
included in the x million cap.
ital improvements program
made him wel qualified as
city commissioner to track aft
er the items in the bond Imuoe
Richardson said he favors de-
tailed plan in alnl ar of
government, not just land e.
He said he was not familiar
enough with the housing code
to say whether he support it,
but in general, "I favor a he10-
ing program."


Win aid he feels that the
city's phaing should costiume
to pnilh the oven pliiwm
needs in the county, cting pt
cooprat i between the d
and cusy ao tre t
and Jin prams, d* t
in overlappig frino was.
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dats eaplaband:
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Members of the east of "Visit to a Sama Planet" roease for the
Yomge Juor Clam sprestation aext W ledMay at the P. IL Yonue
auditorium. Tke play, written by GQre Vidl desl with the crew of a
saucer that lauded arose garden oa:eth. ckets am be reserved with
bears of the Jler Class or purchased at the auditorium.


Tangled Mississippi Jury


RealMLife 12 'Angry Men'
JACKSON, Mis. (AP)-The the final k e, b allotiap


jury in lsMi I tochist later.
murder trial w aiaked aat AI aIeed t
a angry t n istral the y ro
was declared, a u aM to- Circuit CAOrt c


"It was hellkn b s," he said,
recalling the U br which
12 men, locked away i a small
room, pondered the fate of By-
ron De La Beckwith.
Beckwith, 43, a militant seg-
regationist from Greenwood,
Miss., w accused of murder-
ing a Negro civil rights leader,
Medgar Evers, 37, of Jackson,
in an effort to suppress integra-
tion activities.
A juror, who asked that he
net be named, said the opening
ballot was 1I for amqital On
this point there was mM con-
fusion, however.
Another urr agreed with the
102 opening ball Two others
said they thought the i
vote was aimnot the same a

Jackie Visits
NETWORK (AP)-Mrs. John
F. Kennedy arrived Wedneday
with two secretaries for what
was described as a visit of sev-
eral days.
Mrs. Kennedy s to discuss
plans for the library at Cam-
bridge, Mass., which will be
built as a memorial to President
Kennedy.
mittee, said he felt the commu-
nity had shown a desire to
"come to an understanding and
recognize people regardless of
rAes~t


He called for future advances
in better understanding by act-
ie participation by some orap-
isations who gave either one
or token support to the Bi-Racial
Committee, "such as the Cham-
her of Commerce.
lH said he wa nt criticiig
the chamber, "It ead red our
poey, but after all, youe need
S elp at timn "
e mayor explained he felt
the future for racial undrstaud-
Ilg ia GaM fville ala nmeS
coIUlining nqalible Autim
- -
by the Nearop muty.
therdm amW the cosam-a-
tin of segregated public faiE-
t here is a serious p e
ndl su etd ae -e so
tin.t"
Il aidhm felthen w pmi
kbadmip mam "1 raemam

But praised teo work o the
BF wacia G ae and aidm
h mldam int th eN
eI's work hr eramW is

Worthies Check
Attempt Starts


e argum in
, ad*tlag the
ortimt=, had


"we o mad we wouM aDI
have to sAp taking 1 or 1I
mmut i add slnnmer down"


Lake City

Jr. College

To Build
LAKE CITY Ground was
broken here this morning O a
$1 millionstruction propm
at Lake City Junior College.
State Supt. Thomas D. Bailey
and Sen. G. T. Melton headed


: juror said. "It was pretty a slate of dignitaries speaking
bad. We kpew it would never at the ceremonies.
hane. Gary Dopson of Maccleany,
The ur wa seated in low- president of the student body,
The juryng aliteu n thedinlow-turned the first shovel of earthI
taular oakund table e on construction projects for a
.W endrb "e w library and sierce building. An
Jue La Hendrick sent t estimated 250 guests joined the
t pounon edoon 30 0 memm of the student body
bring them out for polling. the ceremonies.
The mistrial came last Fri he and ene pro-
day. It astonished almost every- are the first of 5 milo
bdy this aeratnt in camps construction planned
stronghold, including Ne- for the college
gre leaders wh predicted Six other buildings planned
a "whitewash." .. -...v.L..-- .. "*mi..


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Autopsy

From Page 1
tel here prior to his run-in with
the law onfNov. 14. Police ques-
tioned him on the night of Nov.
13 when ty spotted him wan-
dering alog the streets.
On Nov. 15 Turner stopped a
car driver by a woman down-
town and (asked her to give
him a fN DThe woman refus-
ed but Turner hopped in the
car and the woman drove him
to the city! police station.


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Municipal Airport readings
for M hours to I a.m. today:
Hih M at 3 p.m., low 35 at
4 a.u No rainfall.

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Obituaries


MAUN VIRGIN
MaudI kf 7 Vg SW U dM
Ave; a retired derk in the Uni-
vrsity's A lural library,
died Tuesday in a Maclenny
hospital
She was a ative of Milto,
W. V, and had moved here in
'IN.
She was a Cathoc.
Funeral services will be at 10
a.m. Friday in St. Patrick
Catholic Church. Burial will be
in Evergreen Cemetery under
the direction of Williams-Tho-
mas Funeral Home.


Pallbearers will be J. B. Car-
michael, Dr. H. G. Hamilton,


ae r a student center, admii-
........ In IIstr IIoI'Dn, David Strait,
strafion mmotg, doomutory,, LOW R d PM ant
s un f in e a rt s b u f dlC. B r . . . PBr -Fo e
.and a technical building. ._: a7. .
A rosary will be said at 7:3
n rn t--ich in Willkm&Thu


More About

Cyprus

From Page 1
surrender its police role to an
international truce force.
The British army warned it
will send its troops to occupy
key positions in the city unless
the fighting stops.
Maj. Gen. Peter Young, Brit-
ish commander of the Cyprus
truce force, and Cyprus Minis.
ter of the Interior Polycarps


There, in1 the lobby of the po- Yeogadjis flew to the city in an
lice station, he began to show effort to halt the battle.
police some new cowboy boots The fighting broke a cease-
he had on and then tried to fire between Greek and Turk.
get into tfb radio room of the ish Cypriots reached Wednesday
police staun. night.
Police drove him to te coun The battle between the Greek
ty jail. It is the policy of law and Turkish C came aft-
edfircemect agencies here to er Presdent Makarios, the
put people 'suspected of beinGreek Cyprt leader, was re-
Inane in the county jail untilported by Greek Cypriot sources
they can be taken to a hospit- to have rejected a U.S-British
al. peaceplan.
"It was apparent that he US. Undersecretary of State
was out ot his head when he George Ball, sent by President
entered tl station," said Po- Johnson to win Makarioe' ap-
lice Chief W. D. Joinert te proval of an international peace
morning after the death, force, delayed his departure ad


When Tiner got to the
county jail he started to stg-t
gle and it "ook six mea to sub-
due him a get him bi a cadL
TDuring th strgl Tmar
fell amongOme a Ju0 p
cataining water for c di-
fum purposes,
Dr. David Cof in f
Twrer dead about PLA
Ducan ordered aqhstopsy
the fouowig day and spe-
m ma were set to Ahb .
Post Office
OpenFeb.22
Postmasir Palage Plt


Policesearch uy at ; mu
post office w beq a fr om
A -m wMin 1" 1 ts8:a to lS t s Saly, !
u a a1 check ha Wp 22, to serve bapeMs wh
agrit N Ga,- s 1 matter too larp to e de
di rm I. t0ai W S thaedt bs ugh etir puatI'uli P
amdr of ti mi atned opmmas.
a s ieealr eer. i
a O winm, drd as aMbe r f Umu
4 aam atd s *slld
ad 3 a?,A WidihAArm


NI MI itataS ae Ca d a ia Oii I
4 SaNe eaW er hr asit Iit n


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scheduld other -eg w
the president
An informed British smee-
said the Turks had bae ta-kh
"a very bad beating" frn th
Greek Cypriot and werv in
danger of being wiped out
The Taidsh Cr in to
area wre reported a -m
and the source said the Grab
have launcehd a complete m&
tary operation mapt tm..
Government radio said
the new battle, the third in a
many days at LUmmasl. k
It A dawm and al Bma
cole at the aplih Ite
led latest c of Cn
Florida Prem
Makes Top Tia
te iwnrty of Fle riM
Pitg wPes s aimU agm Arss-
kms madrait pnea a

VA udsme s ins aa .
rden by the AueMisf qi
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uitrs t ho AA r-
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.p.m. ltlsi...um u uu-*
Funeral Home.
Survivors include a son, J. W.
Virgin, Flushing, N.Y.; a bro-
ther, James W. Ripky, Phila-
delphia; and three sisters, Mrs.
J. B. Mobley Jr., Gainesville,
Mrs. Herbert Barton, Cedar
Grove, W. Va., and Mrs. Frank
Hamper, Miami.
THOMAS OAKLEY
Thomas Alexander Oakley,
79, 1442 NE 17th Ave., a retired
farmer, died yesterday in Ala-
chua General Hospital
He was a Georgia native and
a Baptist
Funeralrviceswill be at
10 a.m. Saturday in William-
Thomas Funeral Hame.
Survivors include x sons,
Robert R., Gainesville, J. R.,
Jacksoville, J. H., Maggie, N.
C., T. H., Tamp, T. E. and R.
J., both o Dade City; a-
daughter, Mrs. W. H. Tomw-
sad, Gablaville; ire brothers,
Carl, Wil, Sidney, Pruitt, and
Clarence, all of South Carolina;
two siers, Mrs. Added Dickso
Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Cordy
Vernon, South Carolina.

STARKE Morgan Harper,
N, diad yeirday in a local hor
pital aw a brief Ila
He was born in slack*er,
Ga., Jal 3 aX, and was a
rntd fame. He was a le.
aed aliaer m of td Advent
aitie b C h ad a amemb
Im SaRh ia JacmmvG,
Srivers Jackie hi widow,
Dea Scklad Harper,

Chicago Talk
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I d FIds law duP rowV
a lmm d am jew k4
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FS is Advntpa. to he
rityv ian Mveb Lab
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Itark; three daughters, Mrs.
t i Cam m Starke, Mrs. Lil.
la Beckan, Jacksonville, and
Mrs. Bertha Tuten, Bangor,
Me.; two sons, Eddie Harper,
Starke, and Gordon Harper,
Jacksonville; 18 grandchildren
and two eat grandchildren.
Funeral services for Harper
will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in the
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Chapel, with Rev. Joyce K.
Thoas of Jacksonville offici-
Burial will be in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery.


Commission May Hear

New JFK Witnesses
WASHINGTON (AP) The Marguerite Oswald, mothst
Warren commission may can of the introverted ex-Marim
oe or possibly two Mew wit- charged with killing Kennedy
ames next week to build its finished three days of voluntary)
growing pile of evidence on the testimony Wednesday by stating
assinatio of President John she believes:
F. Kennedy. -That Oswald was innocen
CMef Justice Earl Warren but 'I realize that as a humaf
told newsmen he did not know being he could be guilty."
whether one would be a janitor -That despite lack on an)
who reportedly saw sharpshoot- sweific supporting evidence
oer Lee Harvey Oswald en route she believes he was a secret
to a sniper's hideaway shortly, agent of the US. Central Intel
before the deadly rifle shots lince Agency who was "set Up
wre fired in Dallas last Nov. to take the blame" for the slay-
2. iK,


7 DAYS 'TIL "THE VICTORS"


MAiDEN

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stays comfortable all yearound. Warm in the wikites
cool in the smer. They warm thamslv
without a flame; without mnbutf withiouA


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Swiss Say Security Good

In Sovies Defection Case


GENEVA (AP) Mhu.
Shas shply rejectd t
Soviet Union's ewqmph
aabt Wi ncut in the Cme
of a Rasan darmamet dele
pte's deectio to the Uited
ReleHelg, praident of the
Geneu coal (state). pv.
emient, Weeaay called the
Ran= charge- Mnoded
-ONe and Udrialy." He si
the Resans resed to cooper-
ate with Sims autboits and


evam ,Ider the Swim polce-
Siny. L Triapkin, aelsI
Soviet delete to th terM -
tiale dimiasmet -reIe,
accused Wesim s bte of
"proocade actIvity" i the
defection of Yuri L Noumho,t
W
He has beeidntfied by US.
ofcials a a officer of the So
viet Ps ; urity maUnc7.
In a staent to newmmen,
Tarapki accused Swil nd
of faiH to proidMe adequate


secriy for deatel a d.
minded the 9 gd NamB
-a -i Asia-.
M dofiein B FoF p M
iea Fdedtrch i tw u mb t
the odlets stiff pot
aph t m 's nnarks
At a wn ct Gf
-, Hl TsaraWuspki nw
ed2 ham "orte ihreamih
Sbe police diNosseh' &
ppMrace. !
Cemetey AWn
Holds Meet
I
WILIMY r T1 OmP
Hnl Comty Aaatioa, be.
held is mualneethg Mmay
tl.. Pn a. A.L Gri
Iun wide th. ibs Lai
There wee nmers pre
adt ad il eighties
Office elided we A. L
Grfia, pHeis-t, L hiB
bad vice piSnt; ld NiB
Louise Gees,
o. Director we Hak
Radkhy, L IRland, J. A.
HMvey, J. W..Smith ad U .
T. C. Fletcher,
L W. Ruaal was appldeAd
ithr eof djttag the nbw
parts of the icmety. Th
i he ready br uale mo ac'
irdieg to Wq Gums.


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CHICAGO (AP) An auth.
ority an agg conteded Wed-.
-sday that the nation's pro-
ke with uemploymest in the
automation a could be solved
by giving per cent or more
of the wukforce a year off
with pay eJr study and train-
Ed F. Shelley of New
York ity, director of the Na-
tional Coucil a the Aging,
said a national system of stag.
Searne d ueducational leaves
coul be e made sufficiently fex
bl to maintain full employ-
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nation.


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B ITflU.S& JEALOUSY AND POLICY


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Exercise in Responsibilit4


A positive statement positively de-
livered. That was Tue4&av's bond
election.

Now authorized to float a $6,000,.
000 issue pledging the city's credit,
Gainesville can proceed with pro.
jects sorely needed: Sewersn l east
Gainesville, new city hall and fire
stations, street paving, park acquisi-
tion.

One benefit will be reduction of
disease threats in depressed areas of
east Gaiaesville. Another will be con-
-.struction of a gleaming new city
hall, which will match the newly
completed Courthouse and the partly
completed Federal Building.

- The new facilities will be needed.
- -Alachua County, with Gainesville as
its hub, had a population expansion
-of twenty per cent between 1960 and
1963. In 1963, for the first time,
Gainesville moved into the "top ten"
of Florida cities in new construc-
tion.

In folk singer terminology, Gaines-
ville is "moving."

The Gainesville Sun endorsed the
entire $6,000,000 bond issue. We were
not enthusiastic about indebtedness.
Instead, we were convinced of need.
We believed spirited expansion of
public facilities would stimulate
growth on all other fronts.

Others must have agreed. Regis-


tend property owners within the
city voted Tuesday nearly three-to-
one for expansion. Aswnumig o their
own shoulders a greater tax burden,
they placed themselves firmly be-
hind a progressive qainesriD.

We can rest well! Our house is
getting a new coat of paint Our
plumbing is being repaired.

Two weeks ago wo supported the
bond issue by re-tAli tg a legend
about the Aposie 1Peter. He was
leaving heathen Rctme, where his
few Christian brethren were being
persecuted. On the outskirts of Rome,
the outbound Peter encountered the
resurrected Christ. (He could only
stammer, "Master, where goest
thou?" ;

The Latin words, were "Domine,
quo vadis?"

The vision so iMpreassed Peter
that he returned to Rome, where
ultimately he was crucified. Ever
since, the Latin "quo vadis" has
been a clarion call f4r men to should.
der unpleasant tasks. It points the
way to self respect

Tuesday the Gairsville freehold-
ers gave a positive answer to the
ancient Lati challenge, "Quo vadis."
They made the right but tough de-
cision. They negotiated the turn in
the road. The route Is c!ejr.

Just pull together, straight ahead.
I


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Baker Case: Who's on Trial?


By DAVID LAWRENCE
- WASHINGTON What b
the real significance of the
"Bobby Baker Case" which
Shas been getting the headline
Frequently during the last
- several weeks? Is it the form-
er Secretary of the Senate
Majority alone who is on trial,
or is it the entire political sys-
tem of the United States also
-not only the federal govern.
ment, but the state, city and
county governments?
The national government
is perhaps more under cru-
tiny, because whatever exam-
pie is set in Washgto is uu-
ally offered as a dense or
alibi for Improper practices toa
other divisionsm of govrmeat.
The vast majority of the
public servants in America
are honest individuals. They
would not knowingly use
their positions to rap private
pin. But an atm bRhe Ihas
been related by others which
makes It easy for the Ammi-
em people to pt a public
officiNals, high or low, In the
sam caterd7y.
BAICALLY, theh toe
lins fa ltha by oma lBi-
vitelstoeadbyVhstotk
to be a code doft for p-
Mm t pu M loe. 'OLThey
sI sd t accept meay or
ealh gift Ier.s AtM
Se eoirtrdas al HS
eONaro eamOut


on a d rs aa s, d Is


1 mmaeaM priet ald 1
k h Als A mberof


Congress who frequently so-
cepts a fee for public speaking
from either a labor group or a
Ibeineiee's group may in
his own mind feel thathe
money was paid to himas a
speaker and not as a govern-
menal official But the pub-
lie will not always look at it
that way.
ER HAS BEEN maeh
dicusion, too, a what
consitutes "conflict of in-
erest" It has been argued
that members of Conress
should not retain my owner-
dlp of stos co nimes
which may be affected by k
islato coming up before Ca-
pass. But senator ad ropre-
sNtves have reseed the
Implica that. because they
happen to o certain stocks
they would necemurly adt
favorably toward thfa same
Copies. In fact, ome
seatorn have pbily di
dosed t heir ng and have
stated that they have voted
aglest legislation which
might be o besefit to thbN

But lfor every mmber f
Cogress who discdses Si
he Is Vtt agasledhis -e
finne iness, tere am e
many who may fiad tm-.
adves put I a awkward po
on by havig voed hr
somstib that may heve
beMl thim. Yet la ti
Sads they may fel ab.
solitely crUtala that the votes
were cast o the merits sf
of peaSml Ibea it Mt
eo O huu be pseranl
a dmtft bWre


MERELY 'TO ASK the
question is to illustrate the ex-
tent of the difficulties and em.
harrasments that smurrund
the men who'go into public
office. Should they divest
themselves of all holdings?
Should they sever all connect
ions with former businesses
or law offices? After ad
a member of Congress doesn't
stay in Congress for life.
But even when members di-
vest themselves of all holdings
in private companies and can
truthfully declare that they
have no "conflict of Interest,"



the federal oerayenm n l is
district or state than do op.
poing candidate Ma? I't
the flow o federal fMb to
particular at*sa mean of
ba*rig thel iecaw or re
ectloB oif seutes ro rt-

IAB DdINVIUAL has


to alike up 1 onm med
o watis p4w hBet, a
what is improper.
Them re wm sol ham
ad sto serve iep e
dodited m Nmw -
ter are wys, Stm
ately, toi tcainp tm l pr
tat poub ic in t
desire to mate may wI
h the go irat sarvi
e their poutiis to inmm
their mn assm ad ie

toiy glves imesni n a
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black eyt.


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Unpopularity


WLDON-bOfAleqe D
mbe me's Washigon vt
reminds us that Britain In
our closest overseas al-
ly whose special relatlomfp
suives a tribulatios.
Without as the artifialy
contrived community o the
United Kingdom and its trad
ing conumonweah would
face. disintegration. And the
British are our best als
because they speak e same
language, have sinlar pol-
ical and commercial trai
tons, are brave, determla.
ed and infiitely smarter
than they sometimes care to
One has only to regard c
incidences of Lond and
Washingto policy to see how
clever the Brish are. When
Britain disliked the idea of
joining the European cornm
mon market, Washington al-
so disliked t. When Britain
reversed its attitude, Ameri-
can policy shifted. Skilialf
British propaganda against
France drops on fallow U.S.
round. And Britain achiev-
ed the remarkable feat of
supporting our nuclear policy
while -hanging on to a nation-
al deterrent a la De Gaulle


and freeing our pet project
hr a NATO a0ed -am-
aed atm fleet
R poly has vacil
lated sine Weld War II
but the implementation of
that policy has been brilliant
Britain must reduce pledged
NATO troop strength to damo
pea explosions in Africa
ad Asia, properly earning
our gratitude for help in
tranquilizing an uneasy
world. Nobody mentioned the
fact that, with conscription,
Britain need not have dis-
counted NATO commitments.
While struggling to reinter-
pret their destiny the British
depend rankly o our vigor,
understanding and benevol-
ence. But they cannot always
disguise an undercurrent of
resentment that we have sup..
erseded them as Western
champion and m stress of
the seas. This is an m aes-
ture and, on the whole, shows
itself with astonishlang res.
traint.
Britain's inherited wisdom
remembers how this little is.
land fought France as a co-
alition leader a century and a
half ago. Although It cost her
M mion pu ods and she
helped finance Europeanmm re-
covery afterwards, she man-


New Canal Like


Going to Moon


By RICHARD WILSON
Cilt, Cowls WasNifta
B eBums
WASHINGTON Building
a new canal across the
Pan-American isthmus is like
going to the moon. Once such
a grand Idea has been prov.
ed practical it is almost im-
possible to refrain from doing
it.
So we are goingto have a
new canal on the theory that
two canals are less trouble-
some than one canal. When
the work will be done and
what it will cost are pr-Ale-
matical, but it will be done
someday and cost will not be
a restraining factor.
The idea has advanced far-
ther than most- observers re-
allied. A legal doctrine is be.
ing developed justifying the
use of nuclear explosives to
blast out the channel without
violating the test-ban treaty.
Project Ploughshare, the pro.
gram for developing peace-
ful nuclear uses, has work-
ed out the nietbhod. It Is
claimed the canal can be ex-
cavated without significantly
adding to the radioactive pol-
lution of the atmosphere.
A HA DOZEN different
sites are talked of, including
sea-level routes through
Mexico, P ama, Nicaragua,
Colmbi Two powerful nd
mittee chairmen in the S
ate have eItroded u le-is
tfi cafig for n nvaq at
the main sites, with a report
to Congress in six months.
A sea-level channel, with.
out complicated locks, weld
be cheaper to operate and
defend n e present caal
will b overloaded la 15 I X
Years a nd Perhaps e aO l
Sally Impractical in yers.
At present our largest air-
craft carriers and Maie
cannot pa through the mar-
row lofs
Egluee a solved m te
prob lIos ee the aWtP
al be. s Is the ilbmn of
who A own and optei a
new canal.n a m isa r 4ay
this question was nw d
by &Wet action. We etMed
Sthe epbic Psoam d
Iexaced fratm s A m
podt sa a rty ml.
ing owa -a the Cod
Zone Io perpeii y. We sa-
ed the canal, operated U
and maintained a military
force to protect .


Mr BOW MUCH the world has
is chaed sie the pemg ofd
a M, cbt b dearly B-
- Ou by i fact that we
It *ilsi esi**ivii '- do af*
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h beoI wadi hv
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but It is a realist assess
meant of the parent trend.
THIS TREI symbolizes
the impact of nationalinm in
this hemisphere, ust as, in
a different way, Castro sym-
bolized and exploited it in
Cub. We are dealing not
merely with atia-Amrican
dictators but with urging
masses of population demand-
ing higher standards of liv-
ing under more equitable eco-
nomic systems.
It will take all the skill
the Johnson administra.
tion has in the next few
years to work out arrange-
ments which would make
workable international facili-
ties of the old and new isth.
min canals. We still have vi-
tal interests to protect.
But we have already reach-
ed a point which would have
seemed wildly improbably a
few years ago, the ac-
tive consideration of step
toward intnationaliat i o a.L
The bad part of it is that of-
ficials cannot really see
where they are going but are
being carried along on tur-
bulent waters.


of


aed to double her export
trade and triple her revenue.
To English eyes, events fol-
lowing the last world war
show similar results-for the
U.SA.
MANY ED SEN pMe
for lost prestige and power
and resent its transfer across
the ocean. Some stories dislike
our form of society as a kind
of egalitarian purgatory un-
qualified for the leadership
thrust upon it Some British
socirjst dislike the fact that
American capitalism works
so well, denying their own
shibboleths. Together such
contradictory prejudices fos-
ter a kind of incipient chau-
vinism at our expense.
In Britain's adjustment to
contemporary changes, there
is an odd paradox in her
views of the two superpowers.
The British tend to like us
politically more than emotion-
ally and to dislike the Russi-
ans politically while fascinat-
ed by them emotionally.
The total strangements of
the Russian character and its
fierce rhythm have a certain
appeal while American char.
acteristics are frequently dis-
missed as vulgar. Thus, one
can sense the reaction of a
Landon audience at the
cheap but effectively savage
attack on atomic warfare in
the current movie "Doctor
Strangelove," describing glo-
bal catastrophe by American
mistake.
THE RUSSIAN prime mln-
ister in this cartoon melodra-


BELOW OLYMPUS


Power


ma is drunk and his Wash.
ington envoy a spy. But the
American president I dm
toed by a Nai madman,
American generals are idiots,
lavish buffets are served in
the Pentagon war room to
gum-chewing strategists and
a nuclear bomber heads off
to disaster with a crew furn-
ished with Bible-Russian
phrase books and nylon stock-
ings.
This reaffirms warped im-
pressions of an uncouth, un-
steady United States on which
Britain must, alas, rely. Re-
sentment at the successor is
natural and endemic in a
country that has been dispos-
sessed from fame.
Jealousy is a normal psych-
ological phenomenon. There
was vivid anti-British feeling
in the United States when a
massive British empire exist-
ed; but it tended to die with
that empire. And even when
it did exist, it was unable to
exert important political in-
fluence on major U. S. poli-
cy decisions.
The same will be true of
British policy decisions, whe-
ther under tory or labor gov-
ernments. Something strong
binds the trans-Atlantic cou-
sins. But Sir Alec might
tactfully remind us that
great powers are always un-
popular as Britain found by
her own experience. A na.
tion worthy of greatness must
learn to ignore unpopularity
and do what It believes right.
Popularity comes later-in
the history books.


ly lmteradi
- -


'"t's fitting Morion Bmndo should seek help from
Woshington tor American Indians. Think of how
Hollywood haos treated us!"


Voice of the People

On The Sun's Opinion Page
Opielim md summs, f So rIaden wek elmin tl VWei uf tl. Pedwle CdAm. Latrm
maM he mimed wd ea r tha e wrie ddw' Ha. Nmem will be witflk d it mqumged. A letew huMN
um auem d00 SoW ae*en. hd f e r e ti s lv. t wmd ea. P4N ri s wei e om. Tiw
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Barber Shop
Idea OK-If


EDITOR, SB: In reply to
misleading comments and
accusations concerning bar-
bers.
I don't know where you
t your shaepeArg is-
formatimo, but it costs $14
have a dog clipped. Is a
Shear required b
law to sped IN hours in a
school of trading and pass a
state board and a cty
board mnaUtan? Sheep
erinsg* dog egpd lgcm-
at be esimed wi ek br-
oring. As for sheep not -
perating, have you ever tried
to give a scremlaf, kit-
ing, hawlg id a hairSM ?
If heaireting is o s art,
let' see yo cut a head of
hairi sItospma snate

faN ps thh M e
-l, wha't P to
T oacr. npg tail
lSt Ic lame re a sure
I.


a S por i nW-
had wlt m q a hart
Sdp ad Mhitstes -or
siary d o O adm ha ats *
I s.m aeopt -thi s


It was said that Gainesville
already has "a good hooming
code."
We should all acquaint our-
selves with our present hous-
ing code and with the propos-
ed new housing ordinance.
Likewise we should 'all ac-
quaint ourselves with hon-
ing conditions in Gainewvik.
If, petchuance, the writer d
the recent letter lives I a
modem new home with cen-
tral het and air-conditioning
(mode plumbing is a mat.
ter of course); goes to work
in an expensive new ear,

ed; drives through OPod
going to his buinems; oper-
ates in a phsh offie or a-
tablishnent with t the np
alure controlled ohmuglat
the year, and attends a com-
modious church with all mod-
ern creature comforts-if he
lives under these or nearly a
them conditions, be may be
met ofdch with the reality
d the uring dineM of se-
aml stmld Gaimesvle's
a-
No orti ce, old or new,
will tomb NoMWsem hIN
Pens to own and ra som
of the places d t by
lIe oadNs asd 5t-
tedeainad are nset gbsl


it under our "good housing
code:" are overcrowded; are
in need of repairs; have in-
adequate or no heating;: are
"air conditioned" through
cracks in the walls, ceiling
and floor; and have no bath-
room or toilet facilities.
Those who live in these
houses need and no doubt
want conditions changed to
Improve their basic animal
comforts ad to provide a lev-
el of saitation whi won't
make for a heath hazard for
the omn -evm prhap
for "Observer."
I have confiDO l our
city cu.d.isa majority to
act wth a ltik bis and pre.
judice as ca for the
gerald pod of adi t peo-
ple Geof sevit .
N we now have a "good
haoig code," let "Oberver"
and at ethers interested see
that it is enforced al that
conditions are improved. H
the preset code is not as
pood as represcted in the re-
cut letter, let the writer of
te letter ad all others in
tested having acquainted
SE elNe. with hlib con-
ditos in Gainesville, press
Ir a better rd ea-thbe
rooed sew M or the new
M Sdo a SERVER.
AISO AN OBMSEVER


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it a'd "an'su./ ito


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SOUTH


By RALPH McGILL
P"'tr 1gb Wagf PiobiM
Of We i Ao aU. (. C..)Ut.tnf

Ike

Calms The

Waters
Conversation in New York;
There are some amusing stor-
ies current in the political con-
versations in the East. Indeed,
there are still some echoes of
loud and happy chuckles as
well as of profane frustration,
sharp and clear both ar-
oused by that good and kindly ,
forthright man from Gettys-
burg-Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The former president went
to Detroit to participate in
the fund-raising closed-circuit
program to some 25,000 Re-
publican dinner guests in 21
cities all having "Dinner
with Ike." The dinners went
well, save that Mr. Richard
Nixon had TV trouble again.
The lights made his face ap-
pear a bit streaked. He also
deleted from his speech a
sharp attack on President
Johnson. (In the advance texts
he had referred to Mr. John-
son as a past master of a poh-
tical shell game. When he om-
itted it, reporters had to scur-
ry to telephones to ask that it
be cut out of earlier reports
filed on the basis of the texts i
Mr. Nixon has made no expla-
. nation, but the belief is that it
was a pre-dinner press con-
ference by the party's patron,
Mr. Eisenhower, that caused
the spoken deletion.
ON ARRIVAL in Detroit
where he was to speak, Mr.
Eisenhower was, of course,
greeted by the press. They
asked him what he thought
about a variety of subjects,
including Senator Goldwa-
ter's charge that our missiles
are unreliable, and the con.
troversial Bobby Baker gifts,
one of which indirectly, some
years ago, reached the then
Senator Johnson.
Mr. Eisenhower said he
believed our missiles were as
good as any in the world-and
as reliable. While he did not
mention Senator Goldwater,
one could not fail to read in it
disapproval of the senator's
criticism of U.S. missiles as
unreliable and vulnerable.
In answering the questions
about gifts to presidents and
public officials, Mr. Eiseno-
slower, the symbolic dinner
companion of all Republicans,
said that it was easy to ex.
aggerate the importance of
such gifts. He thought most of
them unimportant and not
coming within the sphere of
"Influence." He was of the
opinion that great care should
be taken in evaluating them
so as not to do injustice.
THIS INTERVIEW, held a
few hours before the "dinner
with Ike," presumably led to
Mr. Nixon's exclusion of his
harsh attack on President
Johnson. Mr. Eisenhower's
speech also was on a lofty,
challenging plane. He was
pleased the party was offering
so many candidates, He ap-
pealed for work and faith and
ideas.
This was quite in keeping
with the record and character
of the man who's concept of
the presidency was that a pro.
sident represented all the
people.
But that the pre dinner
message from Gettysburg, via
Detroit ran counter to Mr.
Nixon's ideas about the GOP
campaign is undisputed., It
also is not exactly what Gov-
ernor Nelson Rockefeller has
in mind. Senator Goldwater's
major problem is with the
rig t wing of his party, but the
Esenhower approach hardly
fits his plans or techniques.
Hence, the chuckles from
Democrats and the not always
muffled profanity from many
Republican strategists.
AFTER THE FIST vast
victory of Ike, the Repub.
lkanm proclaimed a party
policy of "modern Repub.
icalim." It somed simple
then. It couldn't ie. And a
tey asl ot 1ed aind took
to the poltcal igbroads e.-
dceing words co e and
naeous. Ev Mr. Nixon, to
whom fhe asfto ean
"gutsfghler" had hacome t
@ ~ s pnIueN peel.
dol yew s, ta leotbfb
And Mels h ahov t
owftme.


lib thea sw, asalocaiapd *
Beaaid, forlornly, we l
Mlne 1f ebut we haven't gt h,
i' lB- sM m faily* rMamli


POTOMAC FEVER
iet K Easdw Cami Washotm mg
Th wa k-i .n fl suhiu the White House doesn't ha
a aRftfHh drtp dog Idite Jraon.
The stgtjtj t Amerieswp ai oeaftin Every fernr jim you a
ain S b seid" u amindiqya that yowre rwgoffUhan
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Thea ey, h bmry 1,1964


a.'


lkia's BaDutlfd


A positive statement positively doe-
livered. That was Tuesday's bond
election.

Now authorized to float a $6,000,-
000 issue pledging the city's credit,
Gaineville can proceed with pro-
jects sorely needed: Sewers in east
Gainesville, new city hall and fire
stations, street paving, park acquisi-
tion.

One benefit will be reduction of
disease threats in depressed areas of
east Gainesville. Another will be con-
jtruction of a gleaming new city
hall, which will match the newly
completed Courthouse and the partly
completed Federal Building.

The new facilities will be needed.
Alachua County, with Gainesville as
its hub, had a population expansion
of twenty per cent between 1960 and
1963. In 1963, for the first time,
Gainesville moved into the "top ten"
of Florida cities in new construc-
tion.

In folk singer terminology, Gaines-
ville is "moving,"

The Gainesville Sun endorsed the
entire $6,000,000 bond issue. We were
- not enthusiastic about indebtedness.
; Instead, we were convinced of need.
: We believed spirited expansion of
public facilities would stimulate
growth on all other fronts.

- Others must have agreed. Regis-


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rmtFen vr OWU.s Te rei.


vSuiw Ma w mS ThTeAG-
t Muasm.


tered property owprs within the
city voted Tuesday, nearly three-to-
one for expansion. Assuming on their
own shoulders a greater tax burden,
they placed themselves firmly be-
hind a progressive Gainesville.

We can rest well. Our house is
getting a new coat of paint. Our
plumbing is being paired.

Two weeks ago we supported the
bond issue by re-elling a legend
about the Apostle; Peter. He was
leaving heathen Rome, where his
few Christian brethren were being
persecuted. On the outskirts of Rome,
the outbound Peter encountered the
resurrected Christ. He could only
stammer, "Master, where goest
thou?"

The Latin words were "Domine.
quo vadis?"

The vision so pressed Peter
that he returned ? Rome, where
ultimately he was crucified. Ever
since, the Latin 'Juo vadis" has
been a clarion call fyr men to should.
der unpleasant tasks. It points the
way to self respect

Tuesday the Gaesville freehold-
era gave a positive answer to the
ancient Latin challenge, "Quo vadia."
They made the right but tough de-
cision. They negotiated the turn in
the road. The route is clear.
I
Just pull together,pstraight ahead.


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Baker Case: Who's on Trial?


: By DAVID LAWRENC
WASHINGTON What is
e real sgnkance of the
'Bobby Baker Case" wth
-as been get i the hades
requently during the last
several weeks? Is it the form-
er Secretary of the Seute
Majority alone who is on trial,
-or is it the entire political sys
tem of the United States also
-a.t only the federal govern-
Tment, but the state, city and
tunty governments?
* The national government
is perhaps more under scrub.
tiny, because whatever exam-
ple is set in Washington is usam-
ally offered as a defense or
aul for improper practices i
other divisions d government.
low vast majority of t ,
public servants l America
are honest individuals, ey
would not knowIgly use
their positions to reap private
pai. But a abtmospm er hb
bnM eateld by otm wi
maks it easy for the Amori'
am people to pt a n pl ic
e si horlow, in l6
m y.a ecry.
AIMICALLY, the tube

vbl bt abib e by whMat -
t be a a deof deticsfor p
M in pubK ead Te
modd t accept BMM or
v able gts or fvta s tM
cM be aleo strued a faorm
ribry or as an ertto i-
beue aocmnets ae
i way of special priv g
Ste doors d such gifts.
t is at easy to draw the
Ie beten private and pb-
k bies A member of


Congress who frep tly ac-
cepts a fee for public speaking
from either a labor group or a
hsli 'a group may in
his m a d tfeel that the
momey was pad to him a a
speaker and nt as a govern-
mental official. Bt the pub-
lic will not always look at it
that way.

THERE HAS BEEN much
discussion too, as to what
constitutes "conflict of in-
test." It has bee argued
that members d Congress
should not retail any owner-
ship of stocks is companies
which may be affected by leg-
lae comlg up before Com-
gra. But mators ad repre-
setates have r ed the
Implication that m heas they
happe to etai stocks,
they would nec arily act
avorably toward these same
companies. Ia fact, sam
asters have publily dis-
closd their hlb p. havn e
stated that they have voted
aptel loaslatim which
ni a be of bmefit to tesm
particular coaNpit
But fr every sanlmr O
Curm wn dasdem tht
he it vetiq aga ts m
fialdl tMe asM, thes are
many who may fd tend -
selves put nla awkward p
siem by having woed sor
sometig that may have
bedtel te Yet i t their
on ainds they may feel ab
olutely certain that the votes
were cast e the merits of t
issue add ot ay toub
of pramal bemfl &l csm
the pim k alays be p ud.
ed that this is true?


MERELY TO ASK the
question Is to illustrate the ex-
tent of the difficulties and em-.
baraus that surruend
the men'who go into public
office. Should they divest
themselves of all holdings?
Should they sever all connect-
ions with former businesses
or law offices? After all
a pembA- of Congress doesn't
stay in (o es for life.
But evA when members di-
vest thelselWes of all holdings
in private4 companies and can
truthfully delare that they
have so 'conflict d interest,"
what shal behsaid of the m-
ber of Cgreu who openly
avows thAt can arrange to
have moe mooy spent by
the feder goemet I his
district ior state tba the op
posing candidate can? I't
the flaw federal fuds t
p"ficuh areas a mau s of
Isring the delectta or re-
dacti so m ors er repre-
-viatI


to make p Ms

wat is wnpor,
md aru thal

The Us ways,
ately, to betek
dire to .a
kon tei in
me te fir I
1e*r ownlagets a
t7 "Dalu Case'
permat t m


POTOMAC FEVER
By FltchT ela Cowie Wmshinfo Bk
SThr way things an going, it's lurprifin the Whit joue doe
a Englisheep dog namd Littl Beatie Johaon. 4

S sWtaity of Amaren ptlm is oesfe tie. Every fm yoeru
t a bea h candidate remdingc ye that yp'te we" offt

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COLORED NEWS

B. F. Chl&r CWWu K.~ EdiRfts


wue


MICANOPY NEWS
MOVIE TO BE PRESENTED
There will be a movie featur-
ing John Wayne in "The Land
of the Hunted Men," shown at
the Micanopy Elementary
School at Micanopy on Feb. 14


at 8 p.m.
Admission price: studSiK, S
cents; adults, cents.


T-A4CM EXAIW AMR
r M ITAUIRDAY.
St. Augustine Approximate-
ly 13 prospective teachers .are
scedled to take the National
Teacher Euinatua being ad-
ministered under the auspices tS
Florida Memorial College here
on Saturday, Feb. 15, Dr. Thom-
as C. Park, Registrar, has an-
nounce.
Frank H. Ridenour, Jr., as-
sistant examiner from the Uni-
versity of Florida, will super-
vise the administration of the
tests, which are preapred an-
nually by the Educational Test-
ing Service of Princeton, N. J.
Candidates for the Common
Eaunation should report to
the emin tjon center at 8:3
am. and will concude by 12:3


LACROSSE NWS
YOUTH DAY
Youth Day wl observe
at b Bldal AM.L Cbmurch a
Sundally, Feb. 16. A ti year odT
My wil preach at both tSe
morning worship at 11:30 a.m.
and the evening worship at 7:3
pa. Rev. E. H. Walker, pastor;
Mrs. Doris ed, repoler.

ANNUAL TEA
The State Uniform Company
Annual Tea will be held Sunday
from 3 to 5 p.m. at tdo Cino-
nity Recreation Cents, o 5
NW 1st Street. Compay No. 113
as host.
During the tea, a talent pro-
gram will be rendered.
The members and friends are
invited. There is admission
price, but a donation is asked.
Mrs. P. L Scott, reporter and
state secretary; Charlie Ross,
state director; Mrs. W. M. Nel-
son, chairman.


By RICHARD WILSON
Chief, Cowles wasingto
Buem
WASHINGTON Building
a new canal across the
Pan-American isthmus is like
going to the moon. Once such
a grand idea has been prov.
ed practical it is almost im-
possible to refrain from doing
It.


So we are going to have a
new canal on the theory that
two canals are less trouble-
some than one canal. When
the work will be done and
what it will cost are proble-
matical, but it will be done
someday and cost will not be
a restraining factor.
The idea has advanced far-
ther than most observers re-
alized. A legal doctrine is be-
ing developed justifying the
use of nuclear explosives to
blast out the channel without
violating the test-ban treaty.
Project Ploughshare, the pro-
gram for developing peace-
ful nuclear uses, has work-
ed out the method. It is
claimed the canal can be ex-
cavated without significantly
adding to the radioactive pol-
lution of the atmosphere.
A HALF DOZEN different
sites are talked of, including
sea-level routes through
Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua,
Colombia. Two powerful com.
mittee chairmen in the Sen-
ate have introduced legl0a-
tion calling for a survey of
the main sites, with a report
to Congress in six months.
A sea-level channel, with-
out complicated locks, would
be cheaper to operate and
defend. T e present canal
will be overloaded in 15 to a
years and perhapi ecoomi-
cally impractical ia 3 years.
At present our.largest air-
craft carriers and takers
cannot p trough the ar-
row locks.
Engineers em solve all the
problems except the bigest
Woe. T is ntk e roblea aof
who sha owan and pate a
new canal b asalphr day
this question was
by direct ac We created
the lU AikofPem ad
exacted kmn t s AmSim
puppet sate a rety ers-
ing caald -a Cml
Zone to peputS1. We er-
ed the canal, operated It
and maintabed a military
force to protect it
I DO UHte ol a


h, M A" HOW MUCB the world has
My Ws chagi surte te ope DIg
Smvi. f, cta y isdroly N*b
to bam a traldby the fed that we
ad lmousa cmld at cdvily d6 my-
" has c- tuhg ah t-s a&a. Teo
cie no dI"os 1ite w"rd hm
uius a bad lb adin to emod-
e mmmre
W e mu me. in bd, hi
fte ppis tae ir We
.aa a bat rad6 hn r

awCend m68 e *a-
mat re da bmsa c Bs
Iwa hi the l er hadmo
da- U* "p U
than eMbihlf by a kltt dkq

SNow"adthe tte ai a
SateI Ianhskm* w mudo t

nae m o in al eamewW
aO.m *s it iSeb m-s.
us S e is 414n mm


but it is a realistic assess-
ment of the present trend.


TIS TREND symbolizes
the impact of nationalism in
this hemisphere, just as, in
a different way, Castro sym-
bolized and loited it in
Cuba. We are dealing not
merely with Latin-Amrican
dictators but with surging
masses of population demand-
ing higher standards of liv-
ing under more equitable eco-
nomic systems.


It will take all the skill
the Johnson administra-
tion has in the next few
years to work out arrange
ments which would mak e
workable international facill
ties of the oad and new isth
mian canals. We still have vi
tal interests to protect.
But we have already reach
ed a point which would have
seemed wildly improbably a
few years ago, the ac
tive consideration of step
toward internationalizat i o n
The bad part o it is that od
ficials cannot really se
where they are going but ar
being carried along on tu
bulent waters.


tdal Tudai ar EmintiS U
are coDea mirs prII g to
teach, or teachers applying for
positions in school systems
which ucwrge or require ap
plicants to in t their scom
along with other credetials, Dr.
Park pointed oat

SPECIAL NOTICE


a ML Caha B a pta paW d throw GaW ll
rnch Iday at 3 pa.. terday en rete to visit at
Florida A. and M. Univer
at Tallahassee.
C RMis Mary L Fuller, of
Brther Joe May, singers, tona Beach, passed through
and also the Spiritual Five will city yesterday en route to H
appear i a mical redl atSpi.
the St. Paul Baptist Curch en Ed Martin ad son, Joe
Feb. 1 al I p.m. inded of Deland, were combining bu


Tn lB'S POUCY
1. Report the news fuly ad impartially in th news columns.
2. Exprss the opinion of hSun i-but only in-editonials
3. Publish all sides of importmat controV ia issues.
The Sun's tlepkmes: All Dprtments-372-8441
Want Ads-37'6672


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reorganizing both the Young
Men's Progressive COu and
the Brotherhood. Rev. T. A.
Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W.
Hamm, reporter.


and daughter, Frederica, all
of New York, N. Y., whose
visit here and Jacksonville for
the past two weeks has been
pleasant, were flown to their
home yesterday.


LACROSSE NEWS Mrs. Katie Fergus
TO CONDUCT A JOINT yesterday to Atlanta, G
SERVICE cause of business. She
The St. Paul Baptist Church away for several days.
will conduct a joint service at Clarence Jones, of


on flew
a., be.
will be

Tampa


Voice of the People

On The Sun's8 Opinion Page.

Ois m ammutes of Si a eis W m we okm in tike Vice of the Pais "coe Lenn
metb-ilt swo bes te wdto' *eodd amtm. wil be withheld if fust. A lettr aheW
mo d sw d mo e we s .m ** nslv e i" of thefe e. peon c "be e The
Sm restes tek right to raejct eea k er orto *Awben it, without chomgiq tke writer's m Mie or


Barber Shop
Idea OK-If


EDITOR, Sun: In reply to
misleading .comments and
accusations o fncEg bar-
bers.
I don't know where you
got your sheep-shearing l-
format, but it costs $4 to
have a dog clipped. Is a
sheep eare required by
law to spend .l Ihours in a
school of triaWg and pass a
Mate board and a city
board examination? Sheep
sheringor dog dip ca-
d be cmmWed witk bar-
bering. As Ar sheep A ot C
pe eating, bham you ever Mi
to give a srea kick-
ing, bawling child a haircut?
If haircutti is nt an art,
let's see yo c t a hoad of
hair t oasb a state
board efa-tlad
if you tdk warmia a
chair at a cblap ril Is as
ie, why d t yo P to
TapaorSt.L rsnM al
get yw hal e. I' sure
tb barbers abe mat mi
IY
l you eSt yw asNo*
hod w at u a heits
shop and ..a alm s l a
salary of4mmm a wedk
I wsum 9*y eeapt this
jak 11Ta wa irn e ma
a s1a0e t11m 1 tEW the
bm Im m m dm
via nA





.... u.~ a


It was said that Gaaesville
already has "a od housing

We should all acquaint our-
selves with our preset hous-
ing code and with the propos-
ed new buing ordinance.
Likewise we shoudi an c-
quaint ourselves with hom-
ing conditions a Gainesvile.
If, psM the wrier of
the recent lettertlves in a
modea new home with cen-
tral beat air-condiioning
(mo de phsmbgin is a mat-
ter of owr e); es ten wat
in sn epomve new ear,
also Wmed sd air-cditfi-
ed; drim te a pod res-
idestioal isd b e maiem
going to M d amm; qer.
aes in a peh lce or ae
tabldisment w a mpe-

the year, and attends a ao-m
modius church with all mod.
ern creature comforts-t he
lives under these or nearly all
thesMe conditions, he may be
out of touch with the reality
df theI*gsmaim sofsev-
eral t M d oi G esville's
No ordianiee, old or aew,
will tanck hB mis he hap.
pens to own and ret m
of tihe sai t by
theuw = mhnce.
le haos wMch need at.-
tlei and arm o etting


it under our "good housing
code:" are overcrowded; are
in need of repairs; have in-
adequate or no heating; are
"air conditioned" trough
cracks in the walls, ceiling
and floor; and have no bath-
room or toilet facilities.
Those who live in these
houses need and no doubt
want condition changed to
improve their baic animal
comforts and to provide a lev-
el of sanitation which won't
make for a health hard for
the ommauity-evm perhaps
for "OB0rw."


Iha veefideace isa our
*t cunshir majority to
act with as little as and pmr
judme as me can for the
eral pgoodofall the peo-
ple o Gaeesvle.
If we now have a "good
hosing code," let "Observer"
and all others interested see
that it s enforced and that
conditions are improved. If
the present codeis not as
good as represented in the re-
cent letter, let the writ er of
the hitter and a others in-
terested, having acquainted
themselves with housing con-
iton in Gainesville, press
for a ber s'd ori. a ke- e
proposed new one or the new
one ade eve better.
ALSO AN OBSERVER


They'll Soon Claim 'BW

t ur vub g y have -m AT d
PAR3-Prt.4 1- bthgte last fl years.Y

sMed Mea*t by t y o nsow fte shmr ha te
ft&5b fl Nii Mk habI"&:
crditforlrsBes mt "*We hmnt y teto o
the aTe Albs trd. ar BarIt's sBiy


recreation center (2-3802).


@bituarite


S MRS. MITTIE CLAYTON
- Final rites for Mrs. Mittie
Clayton of Archer, who died
Feb. 8 at her home following a
, lingering illness, will be con-
ducted Sunday at 2.30 p.m. from
the Shiloh Baptist Church, with
the Rev. C. P. Brown and the
Rev. George Haile officiating.
Interment will follow in the Old
Shiloh Cemetry.
Mrs. Clayton is survived by
four children, Mrs. Marie Irons,
Mrs .iBv B Rrnown Mr Wilu


ham Clayton, Mrs. Margratt
Lewis, three brothers, Mr. Hen-
ry Brennan, Mr. Pinky Bremnan,
Mr. Frank Brennan, three sis-


ters, Mrs. Gussy Digsby, Mrs.
Gertrude Bookert, Mrs. Jane
Brown, and other relatives and
Friends.
The body will be in state at
the Shiloh Baptist Church from
1 p.m. Sunday until funeral time.
The family and friends are to
meet at the home of Mrs. Clay-
ton atl:45pm toform thecor.
tege that will proceed to the
Church. Services are under the
direction of the Hughes & Ches-
nut Funeral Home.


Javita Left


Gasping

*eI t Irk i ar
WASHINGTON President
Johnson'a o-man campaign
to win over the world by tele.
phone had as a recent target
Sem. Jacob K. Javits, R-NY.
The Senator burst out of a
Republican canes upon be-
ing informed that the Prej.
dent was calling him. John.
ma, it developed, had jut
seen Mrs. Javits on a televi.
ion set in his White House d.
fice "out of the corner of my
eye."
Mrs. Javits, the Preside
rne ed, had aid sow
W nice b things about vag
ioa first ladies, dow to aSI
including Mrs. John M,
whse husband jMut h
had to callthe lS tor hup.i
disk Mim.
"A isy a ra ca u
chmmning as J,
sait doasmter's.nM -e
en t be he wt& @ a
Jp t, si s r hs ."
arded as ikAn..2-


p.m.
Colidtes for optional e-
amBations will return to the
examination center at 1:2 p.m.
Those taking just one exam are
expected to finish by 3:15; ap-
plicants taking two exams
should conclude by 4:45.
Most of those taking the Na-


AU local omm iee chairmen 2:3 p.m. s wa previously aness and pleasure here the pa
and mbe the StatePa- ced.weekend.
rat-Teacher Amoiautin are Miss Mattie Days, of Miami,
asked to meet at the library Fri- arrived here yesterday a
day at 8 p.m. to complete plans SPEAL NOTICE the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nel-
for the State Amssociao which The Rev. T. D. Davis, pas.lie Williams. and other relativ-
Will be beld at the Lincoln Hightr, and members of then foraweek.
School, Feb: 27-3. Mrs. E. H. Sp Hi Baptist urchwill
Glasper. general chairman; conduct a point service at the SIGNS CONTRACT
Mrs. C. M. Msley, president. MtOlive Primitive Baptist TALLAHASSEE Jimn Tull.
0. W. Nealy, principal Church in the interest f the is 42, 2-p d quarterback
pastor, Rev. H. Kinsey's 18 th e Forid A&M University
MUS9I WORKSOP anniversary today at a p.m. Rattlers, has signed a profess-
The first Conference-wide mu- onal football contract with the
.... lworld champion Chicago Bears
sic workshop will be eld at URCH ANNOUNCEMENTS of the National Football League,
Beth e-.Cookman College, Feb. Archer Church of God il The 23-year old Miami, art
14-1 The workshop will be di- Christ Sunday School, 1 a.major was drafted as a future
rectd by Dr. Frederick D Hall m.; morning worship, 11:30 a. 'choice by the Bears m '62. He
tional tentative m.; Young People's Willing led the Rattlers in passing, to-
SNational Fellowship ofthe rkers' Meeting, : 30p. min; tal offense, and punting last
,thoist Cmhuch, a ssisote bury r. d evemng orship, 8:30 p.m.,season. Coach George Halas
thist Church-, assi by Mrs. E older Days, por; Mrs. RuthIhas indicated that he will use
Thelma Welch, conference di.Jenkins, reporter. Tullis as a defensive halfback.
rector. Church of God by Faith No.' Tullis will join ex-Rattlers
--EE E 1-There will be might services Willie Galimore and Willie Lee
tomorrow, 7:36 p.m. when he goes to the Bears'
Individual churches, $1i0.0. Mt. Pleasant Methodist training camp this summer. Ga-
This will include entire choirs, C< No. 1 will have its re- limore is a running back and
visitors, the ministers and all hearsal today, 7:30 p.m. J.ILee is a tackle.
persons coming from a given C. Rwls, president; Richard
church, and entitled each of Parker, organist. Rev. W. M.' JACKSONVILLE Bob Hay-
them to full participation as well Ferguson, pastor. es, the fleet footed Florida
as individual packets of mater- Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist A&M University sprinter, has
Wis. Groups of less than three Pastor's 18th annivers a r y. been named to the Florida Hall
persons, $3.00. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; and of Fame by the Florida Sports
morning worship, 11 a.m. Rev. Writers Association. The an-
SPECIAL NOTICE IE. E. Cross and congregation announcement was made by Tom
The United Council of Church-from the Baptist Church at Ft. McEwen, president of the FS-
Women invites all women toLauderdale will conduct a joint WA and sports editor of the
share with them in observing service; and Rev. C. H. Ham- Tampa Morning Tribune.
the World Day of Prayer on Fri- ton and congregation from Hayes established the world
day, Feb. 14, at the Holy Trinity the Baptist Church at Chief- record of 9.1 for the 100-ya rd
Episcopal Church. land will also conduct a joint dash during the National AAU
The schedule of services is 10 service at 3 p.m. Mr. Phillips,. Championship in St. Lou-
am., 4:3 p.m. for children and manager of the Good W ill11, is last June. He set a new stan-
7:3 p.m. Store in Gainesville, will give dard for the 70-yard dash in.
greetings. The Sunday School doors in the Mason-Dixon
MRS. HATTIE MCSWAIN Superintendent and also adult Games in Louis~ille, Ky., last
TO LECTURE class from Citra will speak. February.
Mrs. Hattie McSwain, home The public is invited. Rev. H. Rattler hcad coach Jake Gal-
economist, serving as a special- Kinsey, pastor. other was named to the Florida
ist with the National Livestock Hall of Fame in '61. The shrine
and Meat Board of Chicago, Ill. PERSONALS is located here in the George
will give two demonstrations in Mrs. Arena Holmes, well Robinson Sports Complex.
the Homemaking Department known cait is visiting withI -
on Friday, Feb. 14, at 11:3 a.m. relatives and friends at Wash-. SEWING CLASS
and 3 p.m. at Lincoln High aigton, D. C. An adult sewing class, "Wear-
School, sponsored by the Home- James McColkn was called ing Apparel for the Family,"
making Department. to King Street, S. C., last week will begin Tuesday, Feb. 18, at
. because of the llnesa of his7:30 p.m. at the Recreation Cen-
NOTICE sister whose condition was re- ter next to Carver Library, NW
The pastor d the Mt. Carm- ported as somewhat improved. i ST st. Mrs. Phyllis Hell.
el Baptist Church, Rev. T. A. Miss Helen Glass and Miss strom will teach the class.
- Wright, is asking all men of Mary H. Willis, both of Ft. Lau- There will be no charge.
- the church to meet with him derdale, were sightseeing in Interested p e raons should
. at the church an Tiesday, Feb. the University City yesterday. call Mrs. Hellistrom 6-245) or
18, at 8:15 p.m. to complete the Mr. and Mrs. James Arnow Mr. Acosta, director of the


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Gidons Plan Seco

SWi the pin term o Or. flrd State Pri through a m
Co CoMt to moat s a apeal to the U. S. SseeI
way aie prion we pm- Court.
-ih their .a chance I ?b The hih rt e d th Gid
e boBeh n fic. emnwas dMiedhisM eweo lam
They are "Gideon cam," ribt becam the court in
thobw Yo l viem d witwhich be wau trd d not ap
a the sid ofi atoney driu poio atom to repIreSt
h Wirdtri. him.
They ill ve a pub d Since thenthhere habeen a
feeder theiMr cae tis public defeIder law pased-
Ume of a Supree in Florida which gives an pris
COurt the ce of Car- oers eonvictd withet the aid
ce Gdeoo, heo was convicted of an attorney new trials with a
wlot aid an attorney and courtappointed attorney.
pbined Ws fred from Rai- State Attorney T. E. Dun


Surprised!
Whe Dr. Job J. Tigeru
preddet emerita of the til
vertly of Forida, was Invhed
to he Prdet Reitz's lit
at a meeting of the Uiver-
ialy's Administtive Caewl
Tuesday, he was happily mr-
pried. It w his ad Ir-
day ad there jut happud
to be cake baked for t
oCUiaM.


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY,
RLORIDA.
IN RE: Etlat* o
SARAH. PAUL.
Deocead,
NOTICE TO CREDITOBS
All cned o of the Esalt o f SARAH
PAUL. Deceamd.'an hereby notlad
ud required tI file ANy ilam or d
mas which they may have aglstl
sld Estate o SARAH PAUL. D.
coaea use a herby stiSast r m
-red to al eay claim or deon
which th may have agait said Es.
ttet a the m Ole of the Coy Jludg
ae Alchma C mty, Florida. it the
Couthee at Galaeivllt. Frbrida
with tIx ()) calmdar mis Wem the
date of the iram puliscat l la l thisf uI
tIh. Each claim or demand mut be
a writl am d must sumate in place f
reeiMie add pot ofifke d- dreo
AMe elamut IMd BMtA a mnI ts by
the clatla. his agem., or i iat.
Wtermy. r U will t eW me I id act-
his to law.
1 SIara Paul Baoks
lar Paul Bulaks, EecItri
of the Estate of SARAH PAUL.
Deemed.
(311) 1:M; l:91. U13. 1


IN TX CIRCUIT COURT OF LO-
RIDA IOGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
IN CAcMnvy.
SILVIA B EAUES DRUMMOND.
Plantlff.
DIVORCE ft
Iur CALL DitavumOD.
Dokettadat,
NOTICE OF SBUT
TO: Peter Call Drummend
N1 Dever street
Oakitad. CalManial
You amn hrey s ifiedt tat there
has bee fiod b SYLVIA SEXAUER
DRUMNOD Istt CtN* Cout d
AiMOhe Cay. Florba. tar 4e1IIoft
alaou at das tot to M *taIM
prayed or i to a dvlwcc.
Th-is thelo., o toamaud yon
to file yur write dns lt said
eause or before the Mthk day of
btary. A.D.. I14, ad that PMu lill
reaf.er as wtlere tsaMth daya
February, A.D.. IOL. ore a W I
yer dofeaw. M. Ms. PIIPi Bers.
13 SMeNthet Fis ItNeek almeevlUle
Friday. adterMy sr the jlate asd
immediately thftor fs ta ril
ia my k.ce, Up failure t eemply
with either of Me ahve, a dewerm o
wtuiei will be aded atai Fe u
ama to is lv,
WtMR my hlad aad aeal of -m
CIrcet Cerw, rid Sth day of Ja-
ary. A.D.. IM4.
J. B. CAMIIAELC. o0th of
Cerctk OV41Ft
(Coat Seal)
By Emily Waterlusm
BARTON & BURWELL
1II S. v rih S'r-N
GaIROvllMi, birds
Attorney. Ihr Plaltirf
(3013) 1:2, M ; 2:,. 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COUrT orF no
RIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,,
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
FEDERAL, NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASIOCATION, a erpetle.
VA.
TILDEN W. ROBSRTS. ad wift
CYNTHIA MAUDE ROBERTS.
Deoamll.
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
rLORIDA
tO; CYNTHIA MADE MORRIS
Cross City. Florida
or Jackaivltlo. FtirilE
You ae hereby notified that a uit
a equity has b brought agali
myo by FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION, a eerporatwien it
the Ciruit Coulrt. ith't Judicial Ctr
,it. is and for Alashua Cafief, and vms
I tho Cireti Court, Eight Judilal ir-:
ar hereby .ummond. ordered andi
re d t file yowr written answm r
r lasks. Ur oW Compalat fliet,
a ul latest you la t he ovw a-
tIHed tan Ia the OffMe f th
Ceek of the Circuit Cat ins a tmr
Alcbua Craty. Florida. it We oL'
Ude li the courthouse m l,
irrde, ", br ahe S the ia dayr
March. A.DI, 1si. Uad *to oe
eS aerk smaer r oe f ee*
a Gray.o W L. OeA cadI
6 Amvr. Plie l is he
t1. ve i hieP top P. ha. "
GaiTeh s Sia. or h t
mIm date as tem itas law
d a mEr. I yes ltail h do D
us Proh olo1e wihe Srb e
btoheylb o t1nal.m
IT are utiber s"es tat the
se a is aie f n l W
ea CA a flu uted WInon
the.amm asw rms ot taisa
Call Folma. baer:
Lai fl fM(41). Ftyho (S
Well s s eie s cWb tI IofLaed
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IN THE COMuT Or T COUNTY
'JUDGE., ALACHA CW0 T. F0,
RIDA. IN PROSAT.
IN RE: EdaoU s
JAMES PIANOS CUNNINGHAM
To All CredrIo a..i aw.
Ia Claims or Demu d Aials l Id
Zbte:
You and eh aY r s are homwls
mctU ad required to prUst aa
claiMu Wd hmld. which you. or
eiher. of t u.mau kave aieii the
atei of James Fran Oa wl
am deeased. .late of 9 Catotly.
is 11 Cmay J1 of Abhcua Cow
Ly, F a. at Uhis de m to e het
hm sof aid Ceaety at CaIom le.
Florida. within st cialnar meets
Ira the time of the first publa.-
UMi tha is ke. e. Each laii or d
mad hall be i writ a duhall
state the place* e resldae a ud p
office d&reM of te clalmat, ad
khall be swov t to by elaimatal
e as. t attlasy, s el y a mek
claim demaud M sot b eal
be wid.
THELMA JORDAN
As Adamizhrtrtix of Ihe Estate
of Jamesu Frael Cualaham,
decemaod
fist publetit February h, UIM0
Clara Filyd Gelta
11 Weot Uiverly Avous
Oalmville., FIrtes
AttnYe for Admititraitril
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TODAY, Fewary 13 '
League of Women Voters.
Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. G.
R. Noggle, 1784 SW 36th Place.
Agriculture Dam Mrs. .
L. Fouts, 323 NW 2tb Stest
James Weusow, guIst Q e.


House Staff Wives Qu of the
A J. HilUs Milr Heit Cater,
8:30 p.m., M laer -Rob.
erts, SO NW Ifrd Place.
Clyde Bram guest speaker.
Howard Bishop PTA, 8 p.m.,
Auditorium.


"Fasleo From The Het,"
style snow Business aud Pro.
feasional Women's Cub d
Gainesville, 8 p.m., Recreads
Center.
FRIDAY, Febrary 14
American Hme Division of
Gainesville Woman's Club, Cov-
ered-Dish Dinner and Dance, 7
p.m., Clubhouse.
University Agricultural Wol-
en's Club, Games Party, 8 pa,
University Faculty Chubboue.
Gainesville Bridge Club, I
am., Holiday Inn.
Brge Party, Gaiensile
Woman's Club, 1: p L, dub
house.
Golden Age Club VaatIlae
Party, 1:30 to 4:30, City BRD-I
action Center.
SATURDAY, Febrlary
American Associatip of Un-
lersity Women, Launcben,
Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria.
Valentine Dance, Covered
Dish Supper, Anna Miller r
cle of tim Elks' Lodge, 7 p .,
Efa's 4L1.
HeIrt F.dI aLn. a S
m Phi ad Meooe lidg, o
IaJL


Brides'

Book i


iT, rdnary 14 i
Hume. a omamt
itanyNCW ed BL 1a1sia
noMee o GuaM WaOR k"
Her, 1:0 pa, Mrs. George
,isad h- 90,6M
ass MWtar ak ams. wn
isua. ai r cia sis
Janethd. of Abeche. at


Bishop PTA
Bg Nag PA TAg
baeM Md a O as to
11sa a.Us6
wtina'bw *kss


Honors


Junior Welfare Lague Sus-
tainn Members Coffee, 10:30
p.m., Mrs. Ned H. Scott, 3333
NW 21st Avenue.
Alpha Omicron Pl Alum-
It:3 aM., Alpha Omicron Pi
Sow.y How, 11 West Pa n
bebla Dve.
U A, liarytV otP
pU, ie cad party and
cake ale I p.m., Post Home,
Waldo Road.


Gainesville
Folksingers
Win Contest


A group of six folk singers
from Westwood Jnser W
School, in in four CaOte
Girl Scouts, wo firs place in
a contest of Girl Scout folk-
singlg at the Gateway Girl
Scot Council CadetteHootas
my held recently at the Jackson
ville Naval Air Station Audi,
Manmbers of this wina ing
group "The Vilagers," include
Irl Esser, Pat Jones, and
RIsmary be atte from Troop
A, VkInbrit tMrlo T p
4, larie Kerr sd Pat Lna-
hIL IRmy ath Ku
paied t group a hr gitsr.-
The lnpam was toted by
veteran fok e nsida, Dr. Ed-
ward nmmming of Jaetionville.
Mrs. Donald Mori I Jr. of
Gainesville, Gateway Council
president, presented a tophy to
Dr. mmifg and M rate
of appreation to the guest
group perform b this
first Cadette Hooe y.

VFWAuxiliary
GomeNight Set


Amd pm auEdo
ils AIt lary d te VaU
u o Fwenip Wars, Pot
an, wS be obed Salr
rty ad bu Ba.l bT be*
at is bb w d a Val "d
it wB ta h. M t e PNa
Hme a the Wald Road.
kaets wvM be fifty cents per
imn aid cm be pmrehaed at
O 6m. PreedI fre Sn
*va k mIr *A s w


In are a few ipeis
hr eS klried mner wM I
tie dir :
A l dy pee d a cddd
cas be iate fld somt
tmees li trIhs. I b a
Sty brd pKlees, I
so nho E viir r w
IeWIM Maltiles
mnth. 48U .-k*


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Miss PurVis Feted


At Bridal Party
I I n


nick Jr. q jatbesd, Nit
-s Pord, srtelsil -
with a baite:.. Se Galoi.
A white mnelll mnase w
prem d to the'bde.toe ad
camenib we med to art


Umr F. & hymlk MmsIL T. Wds, ad OL W. L CsunI.


Mrs. W. L Ganog and Mrs.
F. S. Bryant were hostem or
a coffee gmen Weboesday
morning at the latter's hoMe,
complimenting Mrs. M. T. Mu.
tian, who is moving to How-
ton, Texas, whede her hus-
band will become administra-
tor of the Houston Baptist
Hospital.
Presiding at the serving ta-
ble were Mrs. John Edward
Carter, Jacksonville, Mrs. John
Cover, and Mrs. iiam C. Aa-
drews.


Assisting with te hospital
cities were Mrs. Leo Sim
Mr. Wayne Funr and Mr.
Wlniam D. TWun.
The serving table was over-
lace tablcloth ccented ith
a red cetrpiew fetu g a
arrangement of white mapdr-
giu, red ca tio, white cry-
santhmums and red cadles I
crystal candlelabrs.
Mrs. Msianm was p ntede
a eorsge of k camel.
Moe tha fi t s ca
ed drin the coee hours.


the plcm for. the ucheon

Inved Iguests we tnhe
komoree, her mother, Mn. Ray
Pnrs; to bria osdem es
mother, rs. 1, N. N. micht
Jr. and higraiawur, Ms.
P. IH B. Bkowne, both o Jack-
viDe; Mrs. Clrlke McAlay
Jr., Mrs. illiam George Mc-


Ab lMardA Msn, WiE
J*d rul,'NMu Jeane Grand,
Mi JoNeas Lov MU Linda
COberUi. Miss Hdm Gm-
ha, Mis Roa Graha Mia
Nancy Dee Williams, Mis Mar-
tha Jane MEdn and Mi
Bey Pou.
A pren -e
rnmplmfnting MI Purvis will
be given Wedneday morning
when Mrs. Charles Rich and


Ims. De a Suta nter-
tai with a eofiut
e Rich iMN sw sfAt
Saturday, nkurry Mr.
and Mrs. mF k Miles p to
certain wh m informal pW
ty for Mia Pmrvis d Mr.
'Ik** knf


Anna Miller

Circle Slates

Dinner Dance


The A Miller Circle of
Gaiesvle Lodge M B.P.O..,
wi have their am l Valentine
Dace o Sirwd ay eveig at


the Elks'eIid
A coved dia pper will
be served at 7 p.m., foowed by
dancing to the m c of Bard
Do oldm's dorcht from
I pm. to 1 am.
Mrs. R. L HeWer bs decora-
toS chairman, and Mrs. J. F.
Womeldrf Jr., is entertain
Mad dfadM
A members o A MIer
Circle and their husbad are


Briddl.

Party


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by MnmrI J. Carr ad
Ifr Jht a's ,RL
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parents, a Ira J. Cart Sr.
The rie4baWo m pret.-
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a peanm ad a IMnae d
whie imUfli by te two
baoseat.
The bridedates waier,
Mrs. Icfad B. Hinm, w
pre0enial a pink rntion cor.
up and the Iridunmildht's
moler, Mrs. -SGoe HRery
Rooa. Sr, iedwvS a m of
yenow canatiom
Gosts wem rpod t the
oor byMrs. ter Jr. ad
Irtr Hil, MIo aM, M.
Hinso asd rs. Rne formed
the rem.v ine iU
room.


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DriIn on SW fftr ta al C. BSke, Jmro a M. Jack- Severaatro
frtlr M. Pilen, al iUnd m I, PLat1a ancas Dr. Pas S.
Toi W. Alen Jr., I13 NW 4MhMl rL. Me. & tel hve Ji ok-
Lane, about 2:3 p.a. t the JekonRl. ,MlsbD.Ml- t n.t
hnterMuctim o Nwb PM ad lYW7.. coM. e mWm .to, I;
uS.moe Lee J., toile 3. ,WI'* 4 3 oIa "adaw a a Is d-
Ninlus A. Crtr, 3 NW m1 Geramly, St. I lMceoinkhf r hMe"
4h 8L, (parked car) a ey L~no, of Ga l; ants.
A Yieding, 27 Archer gie P. Water, Manp; M. Dr. Myo direct
ad 2: p.m. yesterday at Carl B. Brown ,Lake nBdr MFICUS has diesta I
the olersectnd of W. Unive Burt D. Burthart, (Ow Aty! administratc' c will be a
sily Avenue and 0th er. Dive M. Mathewuo Otter captes r a mp tonverU .
Charlie Murphy, M NW 4th1 M.hlot s tyM. Th new pt is weof
Place, and Joseph A. Barthlng, Mel; Jame Wfive set up in 'c site to
41 NW 2nd Ave., about 7: 3 C SCt C ,ly: r *. i Maie t e mmin o t
ajn. today at the intersection Hols, Stark. offa stm university pro
of Connerce and NW 3rd SL DISCARGES gramM oth s are in Cocoa,
MarianAssuta Mamelli, 414 Mrs. Al L Jod An- St. Pe rg enc ad
NE 5th Ave., and RdaMEfre M. Browi rleyy Sta NorthPa
odrigom., 1312 NE l, th wOlMBtClosCmrB Pe
Place, about 7:30 a.. today atcock, Mary S. ad Lir ryaSlates
the intersection of N. Main dauger, Michael Dub, Op
Street and 4th Avenue. G. Hder, Thomas SmhStory T e
Bo Holiday, Mrs. Anna APol. .
ALACHUA GENERAL lard, Charlie R. Parrish, Joseph f lfor chldren
Feb. 12 A. Cribb, Mrs. Alice Y. Howard frs 3 k ye old will be
BnTH5 andson, Mrs. Georgia E. Maso, held at the Gave Pubic
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Walker, Mrs .Daily Bragdon, James B. Lfrary 6 m ay from 3:15 to
Rt. 2, Box 199A, Micanopy, a Roberson, Mr. Betty A. Bass, 4 p.m.
girl; Mr. and Mrs. John B. John C. 0'Neal, Mrs. Carolyn Merry brew and Juame
Jones, RL 1, Box 97B, a boy; S. Gtees ad MO, LeMU es. Kobkkudt" the College
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A 30,000 expansion, which ent one has tobe i
will double the size of the Flor-bandincsof pm
la Highway Patrol station an The Gaavie
t. S. 441 north of Gainesville, lice covers Alachu,
Was announced yesterday. vy, Glechrist
Tapt. Eldridge Beach, cor- ette counties. The
manner of the Gainesville and headed by Lt. &0.'
Lake City Districts of the hig hs oe sergeant
way patrol, said the expansid troopers.
will add three offices, a radio Beach there
tfnsmitter room, a large stock imme increase
room, an emergency power un. nel after the expaW
it rrn and a room for civil there will be in tim
defense emergency power un-


Tids on the projects will be
opened at If a10 Fab. 2,
Beach said. He smld contractors
can see plans of the expansion
at the highway patrol office.
The new radio room will hold
a larger ran uit, which w
allow the highway patrol to be
tied in directly with all law o-
forcement radio 1itls in the
district, he said.
The new emergency power un-
It will be automatic. The pres.

WaUStreet
Comes Up Rose's
- NEW YORK (AP)-Brdwy
showman Billy Rose has been
making 10,00 an hour every
hour that the New York Stock
Exchange has been open since
Oc. 15, 13, his pre agent es-
timated Wednesday.
His huge holdings in American
Telephone & Telegraph Co.,
New York Central and Pem-yl*
vania railroads have rims $4
mSlloo in value ia rne
months.
Hi long term profits I ATfT,
in which he is the largestW
idual stockholder, total -n
than p mloum.


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Auburn




Played


Its


Best


SIt will maS ier footbl fe fel ay Mler i
tat 14 I m to Mmi lI aminm. tab it ftim m
wh kImw, t *e lm' be Ipme d te Am
Abur, a a nmimr, womd up flr the ye, lo
Ily to Misssu i tle bin an upset, ai then bmed to Ne-
ba a in the Ormpne Bo gae.
toe md Shm Jordan alo beat Alabim, 1, d that
w s aoethffi too.
bI My KiK. Udmt*y S ny, d*tale
ItaniM i v 6 1i LMHI "ai, bim mb *


rS adt ack made ebi g. It Bwas aiti the Gaters.
"By far," Ki said today, '"that was our finest effort
& the Mesn. We didn't play too well agapst Alabama. For
that matter, Alabama didn't play too well against us, either.
"There was a stiff wind that day and it affected both
tem f course, we won the pme because of the wind. But
I would like to have en the game withboth teams enjoy.
g perfect weather, the way we and they were keyed up."


Tucker to Get Better


EKurd, eager for the tart of spring rd dris S y,
pamd l o he infora i tht be doesn't think Tuker
Fredericks, the former South Broward star, has reached
his own as yet.
"I d4't wat to s nt m m iMe an t a t," Ikari aS
S"ht.Tesdr S em l to i bot mb.s piste aset
k h a mtlnlkh. Be's a behitr edmt player th-he
k e i1ve. I mw til w eme a a mprise to lrida
people wh sw kis w htMe te dhad Pmg hee."
Klear reveled that Aunbur planned nothingg special"
dieese for the GaI. "We dkid a pod job of topping
Mry Doree beme of otio e thn anythi ee,"
h said "Some das it just works out like that."

Line Improved Rapidly
Auburn's coaching staff, before the uan, flth M or 64
sea wu be rma ble ir the dum* s of a rur


forts e o our asme tom eas, o IN podms ."
Kiard d td ckle Jack hre proved a tremendous
surpri with his improved play and th shored up another
weak spoL
SThm s' lo to M Nesla at M me emme the
eeari m s had a pet rem, in khts wy d ftlkt.
"We theeht we we in ka g fream s mofa fm them,
maybe we ranV he nM. "But Nersa wau iand
sma an daye wel."
The mw UF assistant coach, who balls from a famous line
Great riders at Miksisippi, ummed up the beaner year
for Aubur in this mmnaer:
"We jut had peop who had more heart thm we thought."


PKY Battles


Baker County


In Tourney


Docs


Win


Again


(Sun ote by Tomy Lawis)
GATOR DOC PAUL WATSON LISTENS FOR BALL'S HEART BEAT
Teammates Dick Odom, Bert MeDonald Stand By for Emergency

What's the Prescription


For a Collapsing Zone?


By MARTY SCHRAM
a Smprte Writer
Calling doctor Kildare ... Calling Doctor
Casey...!
Is there a door in the house? Patient af.I
fen from cos ing me, complicated by a
ding pivot What type i oat do .ya p


who shoots bammms ad injection with equal
facility. *
And listing with the hardcourt operation
might be one of It ether doctopyers who
cal themselves the Gator Does.
Thee docs, miem and medical students
at the University of Florida's medical center,
doff the white coats and rubber gloves three
times a week and put on numbered jerseys
and gym shoes. And then they proceed to
drive the opposition teams in their Gainesville
Recreation League match to distraction with
their run-and-shoot brand of basketball.
Fine Talent
This t no slough tM league, the Gator
Does play in, either. Alt currently un-
defeated in league play, the Does have had
to call on some pretty fine talent in order to
retain their untarnished record.
For these doctor-athletes are really athlete-
doctor-athletes. Three of the Does are former
college standouts. Most of the others were
high school stars.
The number one point-making doe is Odoai,
who is taking his internship in internal media
cine at the University of Florida Health Cen-
ter. Odom, who averaged better than 11-points
during his senior 1959 season with Wake For-


est, boasts a .plus average with the Does.
leaned Frm B Sll
While at Wake Forest, the -oot4 forward
center learned his premedical basktl from
the master hardeourt sawboe of theo alU,
the evercolorful Deacon coach, Bones Mo-



is dual signaldcaller and ua two Point.
maker for the Gator Dos Off the court,
the 6-3 guard is winding up a feowhip n
obstetrics ad gyolog.
Dr. Tom Mc Lighlyn, a f oot-10 guard,
rounds out the list of z-oegiate Does. A
key man I the peppery running offense that
has made the Gator Docs consistent whiners,
McLaughlyn did his college basketball play
lag at Holy Cross.
Time, ENrgy
Just bow do these young doctors find time
to play championshipstyle basketball? And
how after a full day's work do they find
the necessary energy?
"We play for two reason," answered the
high-scoring Dr. Odom. "First, because it's
fun, and second, because it gives us a good
tension release. And after a full day of con
centration, a good game of basketball can
quite refreshing."
"Our days of texbook memorizing are over,'
the -year-old doctor and father of a 9 month
old girl added. "Well ner sop learning
but at least now we can make time for
recreational diversion."
And to 12 young Florida doctors, recreation
a diversion means champ ip basket ll.


GR COVE SPRGS to a reW ameth Ukely ROAD TRIP AHEAD
P. L Yaw's hopeful Mue Wave s are ie into,
wave, r h of the Keysne Covey Johe an, ber t Stearm
Codfeae basketball toursmHarpll Tamle ad Boe*y
USA a"tfGia e .WWI .. WGators Hope to R<
svn yerm py go after Tery tipe fte UCat's top
a folr one tarim w i* t aop-triripr doat whiOe David P5. w, V t o ui mas
pomo Macclee y i a fir t tr ab b a strong player. Wi anot rad trip d-. Forida has a
reud pine at 7 o'clock. Santa Fte No. a aeded i the a peMe, or"' conference m ark and is t l enh1
Orae Park M et I the b t et bt riddd by i k, thel.poita c. tr
tue Devils at :3l in the other win play the P MaMcde da -e lal anN MuIh N RXe tob
esm ter. victor at 7 tomorrow bight. Fe. I State led virealy all the te
Coch W Nlburl eobki ,1 crew, Beach No.3 in thIe m CaOnfrece ra way. It wan m theo fd ofal
daifngtaOrMitdepohsQ, in MeAtabeeRhe COve. Snfhe oirr Of tht et %d 2k b
C. Wiicata. Green Cove Cr im m pid titt wo ta by a i marrow ri ai L rI
ftWip .ratWd best bittowhinbelY P rmdGraeCmi Coa kNorm ma's a bya h tel Wit
tSe toumsy eme thoUSt Aals Ifrly Si# Th is Mei the Ggn. uw
FlaboyeMbdNtl%'ku *eS upanmliobtlt he asn toOuford toebaweek Mh.l d101
0" M iel l& 1, is expeelel wouU lt up a Meuath their oftmunsurm mcmuse ds oitipwi n am t ddoVo
SinWptre Part hy. m be tt we.L Gree -i te e
We ably ( a obyaputwhealali __. 1 2am -a in w. aslaws belt.2
FY hel MlacdeV ny Wl ny M In3. i 64 ,- 3 **
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Starke Tests Lake %ity 4 go 3n nmckmI" d

In Star Tourney Tonight I I: A -o,.S ,wMR"
1AUsX3 v tIm lmuMril tirb baeterta or a. A s... M" Gse s ainaB M
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Galr Dom remained eobat
fn s City League tatske
plft wt0 a confortee 744
wi oW SMland Bew atP. K
Yap 1a last ni~. It wa
thei d*h victory ias maoces
for the Does.
In the other gam at ,
caM .Istion Wort wo
froan Pen e Ce A4
At Cainesville IH0h Scho
gm, Fire Deoartment beat Cer
trail Florida Gas Jets -31 am
Duke Lumber toppled TipoLf
Club 54-.
Dick Odom led the Does witt
17 points and Dave Davis hit 12
AD 10 of the Gator Docs player.
broke into the scoring column.
Pete Robertson had 21 and Paul
MacArthur 13 for Sunland.
Don Fulton poured in 23 and
Tom Atwood and Doyle Thomas
17 each for CWA. Ken Joyce had
22 and Max Petold 11 for Penn
Cbem.
Joe Daniels led Fire Depart-
ment with 14 points and got help
from Jerome Skirvin and Frank
McCoy, both of whom shot for
12. Bob Watley led Gas Jets with:
nine.
The Lumbermen got 16 points
from AlanBlue and 10 points
John Elder while Ron Neder
paced Tipoff Club with 11.
Standings:
Gator Does, 8-0; CWA, 7-2;
Tipoff Club, 54; Duke Lumber'
4-5; Fire Department, 3.5; Sun
land Bears, M; Penn Chem, 2-1
5; Gas Jets, 2-7.
GATOR DOCS-Oomn, 11-717; Wat-
Mn. 2414; McDowell. 1-4. ; aNcLn
lis. 14-- JB 3-1.7; Diat 1 -:1
Lain, 244; MaeMlllan. 44; CGoN.
144; ru. 14it. Totil, 33.1t74.
SUNUIND MemUla 144; Ro-
berto, 7-T.721; Procter. 1-42; ThOmp-.
m 144; MacArthr. .-l, ; Coti- a.
M4. Totals, 1l10-4
Scar by qu ners:
Gator DOc ..... s 17 1 1--74
S mlsad ....-s..... 1 1 0 10 -t
CWA Atwood. -17; Stoekdale.
944; Thme. 6-5-17; Fulloa. -7-23;'
Nessot. W44; wiik 1.4. Tliotal,'
PENN Ci EM-Murray 344; Pe -
dd. 74--16; Joyce, 10-3-22; Meritt, 0-
14; Feather, 142; Satto, 14.-2: I
Sump, 44; Pwry. 244. Tois2. -1
4411
Scs hbr qustars:
CWA ---...... 11 17 -
Pon M& 14 U P 7 13-3
rMX DVT wlr.. 3-14;
WtMi t s sold.
S.r f uter. q i 1
ti; u 6-14; m.. 14-2;
m i; PowelL 944; McCoy,
5hu", 1-745.
GAS Jwns-U maa I-7; Pun ,
1-1-1 Waftl. 1-74; Pece. 11-4S;
ls I by quarter:
Irw 1 .-,- 1. u i if 11
Ga sa s ......... I I 3 --31
7W1 T CLUBI Ddln 3-3-9;
Pa1. -14; ck63 1.44; S. 3-04;
i lW^. 144; Natt. 44t1. Totals,
17-741.
DUUK LUIEI--l,- T.1.11; Eld.-
W. "14; Sa 2, 144: Wen, 4-04;
Goode. 141; Powmll. 1-4; Jones.
44 1.41. 142; DA. 3-14. ToUal&
o Clb --- T t 18-41
DM oles -- 17 U ? 511--%

UF Runners

SOpen Season

SOn Saturday
. Florida's track team opens its
, IM season Saturday in the
a SEC Indoor Meet at Mootgom-
ery, AI.
. In additim to the Indoor, Flo-
rda wi take part in two ria -
- gir meets, fewr deal meets.
the Florida Relays, AMU Meet
and nual ri ehn l .
Army and Na bt appear
ad the Mschad tha easm
with the Gtt fai e Cat&
detas sod Mii l a trangul-
ar meet in Miami, ad meeting


Wit the remain hlfdo ie Midshipmen alone wilt
games sp tee away ad rman in Giln s l
e at Fltrlda ur In Sdmaty' m 1, Coae
be much in the SEC rae a PenY lMid 1Mt M
e tamn t pt e aop mfollo S db: y h-
thea cC George Leach aS Pete Rowe:
mDomch07261; Iysd4w -
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Jack Daniel's is

Charcoal Mellowed

the same way

it was nearly


a century ago


The gentleman on the left started at Jack Daniel's
Distillery a good many years ago. He learned
our Charcoal Mellowing process from Lem Moclow,
who learned it from his uncle, Mr. Jack himself.
And a long time before he retired as chief ricker
last year, he taught these men. But he still comes
out to the Hollow once in a while to make sure
the ricks are being stacked'and burned properly.


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You see, the Charcoal Mellowing process
calls for a pretty special charcoal. It starts
with a hard maple, growing on high ground.


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The tree's cut and brought down to our
sawmill where it's sawed up. Then the wood
is stacked very carefully in ricks so it can be
burned in the open air. (That's so the wind
and smoke will canrry away everything
but the purest charcoal possible.)


When the charcoal cools, it is ground up fine
and packed tightly 10 feet deep in wooden vats.
Next, o jut-anude whiskey is trickled in
And what comu ou 10 days later ... drop by
drop...iscWly temoobhsippOW'paut


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-,Horse Show Set


iMarch 19-20-21


SJite annual GaInesville Horse
final show a the M14
State Hone Show ar.
Sw be presented the
aY o oad showgrounds March
l121, t was announced today.
A
Mills Paces
Lincoln Win
*
SCenter arence Mills fired
Spints and hauled down 27
bounds last night as Lincoln
mroped past Mebane, 83-8.
SThe victory was the 1th for
l n "inn only two loss.

SFrank Jolnasi and Alph-
M Cohenm supported Mills'
erfornance with 15 and 14
joints, respectively.
Roet Harris and Willie
pumpkins paced Mebane with
d 1 points, respectively.


The show again will be co-
sposored by the Alad= Co.
Riding Horse Association anm
Gainesville HIgh School. Profit
will go to the GHS fuhad for
school equipment.
Dr. D. M. Cluistoffers, Key-
stone Heights, is chairman o
the show. Judy Hull Davis,
Gainesville, is corresponding
secretary.
Judges will be Lee Shipman.
Saddles, Harness, Roadster and
Equitation; Buddy Black, Walk-
ing Horses: and Terry Wallace,
Jumper Division.
Entries close on Feb. 5, with
U classes set for the seven
shows slated.
The program calls for an af-
ternoon and evening show on
Thursday, March li; afternoon
and evening on Saturday,
March 21.
Other shows on the Orange
State circuit will be at largo,
Feb. X to March 2; and Tampa,
March 7-10.


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type suspension systems demand an
improved tire tread.
Town Tire Company now offers a
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spoons (r-eimt Hawai
ia) -we o .t
Schooling bass are found
where freshwater eu io
the lake.
laiMe a Lh|s -
Speck fisbl poo Bm I W
i fair. Specks are beig
taken ia boem bla Lake
hmooit bas anm ia em
Crok in early, aM n ad
late i evlin. iRol, bee,
aid p ure ons aeblt
uiadforbon.

Speck fishing ii fair. ?Oi
la open water was bet for
specks Wednesday.
ORANGE LAKE
range Lake Fth Camp -
Speck fishing fair.
ShipmU 's Fisk C -
Speck fishing good on mi-
ew and yellow Jig, drifting
and trolling best
Wilson McCall (Jackmso
vlle) took an 11 pound, 12
oune bass Sunday morning
fihig a live shiner. He was
drifting along edge of grass
in canal connecting Big and
Little Santa Fe.
Bobby and Mary Ann Ship-
man took 43 specks just before
dark Sunday. They were drift
fishing with minoow.
The bass are now schooling

Two Gain


In Points


NEW YORK (AP) Nick
Werkman of Seton Hall and
Gary Bradds of Ohio State each
are putting on a late season
surge, but Howard (Butch) Ko-
mives still is the leading scorer
in major college basketball.
The 6-foot-I star of Bowling
Green held his No. 1 spot for
the fourth straight week with a


'irm .i7;sbu t' Virinia Robinson, Tampa, 34.6 average according to the
ai" N. A e 244;M& 12-.-
ESN 3.. ChS, ,-1. -14; is secretary for the Orange latest statistics released today
bma. 14.4; D. ARI 2 &2.; S -
Siam 142: Cart.-14 Y., i State Horse Show Asociation. by the National Collegiate Serv-
NE Lmpk. 3-.-1: R. Ltham Davis is in charge of lice Bureau.
4,S. a-5-i. c. 5 motel and hotel reservations1 Manny Newsome of Western
e m n br urn: for out-of-town contestants. Michigan is second with a 33.1
S. 1 1 A schedule of events and other average followed by Werkman's
it. 11 3 a As--
.. ,Information will be revealed 31. and Bradds' 31.8 for a
" sSunday, ayording to show o- fourth place tie with Prince-
aa10.8 H ost on's Bil Bradley.
en
5'a SUiermnen E tM ^^ .l..*...


.Florida's crack swimming
*am gets a chance to gan
venge for it first defeat in
Io years when F cos
re Saturday. -
;:Coach Bill Harlan's Gators.
ew 9-1 on the season, took a
qund beating from the Seal-
sles recently in Tallahassee,
tien went on a three-meet win-
ntU streak in North Carolina.
FSU still is unbeaten.
There also will be a fresh-
tnan meet between the unbeaten
Baby Gators, winners over the
FSU frosh once this season, and
the Baby Seminoles.
In order to stand a chance
against the powerful Tribe, Plo-
rida must improve in individual
events, this being the Gators'
big shortcoming in that loss, ac-
cording to Harlan.


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L L Pety d Pamn Hal
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sie bM kebldcal wer
a a Rlap (Mid U4-) in
Wa Lake. (Phola tosy
L.L Petty)


la Santa Fe. 'he best baits
for bass are the black and
worms and shiners.
ST. JOiNS RIVER
Ormamd's Junle Des Fishk-
ing, (Aster) Speck fishing
good. Bass fishing fair. Specks
are being taken on minnows
in rivers, creeks and lakes
(Dexter and George) drifting.
Several nice bass up to 10
pounds have been taken rec.
ently. Fishing bullhead shin-
en over beds has been good.
Also the Silver Doctor (a kind
of weighted fly) has been good
over the beds. Ormand tells
m the bass are now trying to
bed and if the wind stays down
the fish will be back on the
beds this weekend.
Semtwell't DrMftwemd Mtel
aWd Fishing Lodge (US. 17,
Palatka) Bar bass fishing,


that is schooling bass over the
sand bars, has been good. The
Pfleuger Limper spoon has
been especially gd on bar
bass. Southwell expects the
bass to begin bedding over the
eel grass with the new moon
(which is tonight). The big
St John's bass are caught on
the seed grass beds. Most of
the big ones are taken on shin-
ers, however, plugs take their
share worms are god.
White's Shell Saper
Service Reports (East Usi-
versity Avese) Huey
White recommends the fol-
lowing rigging for specks in
Newnan's Lake: 12 foot lim-
her cane pole, 3 foot line,
with light lead and cork. Fish
about 1 foot deep around
stumps, brush piles and tree
bases in "woods." Huey has


d several e catches in
the pMt wekL
SALT WATER SPORTS
ATLUJ
Mrn Gnte M.a
da (n it A Sm l
WV - bf tahma Hi
on susat o do* shrimp
aout 5 feet iatbds and
*NNW ut f i slow.
Good dnm W m is expect-
d to bhoa in ablt a week.
Cedmr Kqy Si ktmn
Rhlrs FIhg has been
p er for afl kid of fish;
however, oM fsAk are being
take
FM STORY
Thtis is a tle fih story.
And for those who don't be-
lieve there is such a thin g,
wee the ompoing photo-
graph.
L L Petty, fishing with
Terry Vadenburg, took an
1l-pound hlo from the wat-
ers of Wal Lake at Putnam
Hall Jan. 23. Petty was spin-
ning a silver and black Rapa-
Ia (Model 114) with an 8 -
pound test line. (This pro-
bably a world's record for an
pound tst line.) The bass
dignified itself by battling Pet-
ty for 15 minutes clear-
ing the water twice-it was
hoisted into the boat by the
gill cover. Its measurements:
Length-3 inches, girth-25
inches, and weight, exactly,
18 pounds.
The fish is currently being
mounted. Petty entered it in
the national annual Field
and Stream fishing contest.
Seven other bass were tak-
en by Petty along with the
whopper; they ranged from
2 to 3 pounds. They also
were taken on the Rapala.
Petty fishes the Rapala very
slowly on the surface.


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KILOMTE mU
PLYMOUTH.........32.72 MC.
CHEVROLET........33.74 sec.
FORD...............34.90
PLYMOUTH........ 17.49 mpg.
CHEVROLET........14.3 mp$.
FORD ..............13.78mpg.
"WRTILE
PLYMOUTH......... 17.30 C.
CHEVROLET-........ 17. c.
POMO................8s. .4 .


cmuPASMo
PLYMOUTH.............176 ft.
CHEVROLET...........1..4 ft.
FORD.................202ft.
MOWAY PASIM
PLYMOUTH-.............2M ft.
CHEVROLET...........310ft.
FORD...................334 .
2.411LE CLASSIC
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CHEVROWT......2.43.14 .
FORD.............sMaj ma.
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CHEVWOLE......... 14.2 c.
FORD..............14.91 Mc.
PLYMOUTH..........Ia0 m..


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CHEVROLET.......2:31.78 mIn.
FORD............. 23.15n
PLYMOUTH.............151 f
FORD................... 183 ft.
CHEVROLET............ 191 ft.
ZEO-TO-SIXTY
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CHEVROLET........12.76 C.
FO ...............14.2O uc.

PLYMOUTH............. 270
CHEIgv LET...........$27
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"*ar n l, ostat, v al A b If a as GNO Ema ~ pipms t ofr ml
a haut S mw ama, mnamOae a m kI W qfummIIsor ao pp prio aL
SAt Ply&othi rousl t Nt. t We Wu Tt in titute b h
i iPNbly *Wpti V-. deay mn lmsho m, hid -ithe drtM.
up medS fices m e lruls Md upitwAt Usvtei comtitina


3,


The hunting season has just
about run its course. Three
kinds of gamare still leg-
al quarry: Skird, aill,
and rabbits. Only 1 more
shooting days remain for
squirrels and quail, whereas
rabbit shooting is legal
throughout ls year. Plenty
Good hutng still remains
Th're wEl be a special tur-
key (gombblers only) w
March -. April 12. Check
your hunting regulations for
areas open
POINTS TO PONDER
If you are interested in im-
proving outdoor recreation
and in conserving the resour-
ces on which it depends, it
would not be a bad idea to
join our local Alachua Coun-
ty Sportsmen's Association.
For these are the stated obj-
ectives of this association.
For information concerning
the association, contact Lee
Pankrait, president (372 -
1426) or this writer (376-222).
THINGS TO COME
For all you archers and
bow hunters who want to
keep your arm loose, the Gai-.
nesville Archery Club
will hold its next regular
meeting Saturday morning.
The meeting will be held
at 11 o'clock on the club
range at Glen Springs. Pros.
pective archers are invited to
attend.
Area fishermen will be m-
terested to learn that the
Schlitz Brewing Co. will again
stage its fishing contest this


year. This column will give
you the details as soon as
they become available
Also Sid Menge of J. M.
Fields informs that Fields
will put on a fishing contest
this year. Watch for an an-
nouncement.
Good hunting and fishing
and REMEMBER take a
boy fishing!


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Several Games Slated

In Riverland Tourney


BROONSON-ThesoiulliUv-Taylor. At 8:4,
garland Conence buketa ay MliAe Ba a


ournemy was to get id o full
wing today at the Broaom High
School gya.
Frib ound play was to start
wth afternooosessia. At 1
*'cd k Cedar Key and Haw-
trne were to pl- a o s-o
tes At :4, Bel and Tay
Were to meet In a boy' gpame
-. T W at 7, aoer Sb
fray Is set between MNaes and


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nal games are set to-
marrow night. No. 1 seeded
Cedar Key meets the Tayor-
BeO wior and No 3 ieded
Bronsom plays the Hawthmne-
IMrel victor. 'The m uMes
Wil be at 7 s I 8:1 pa., reW
pectivelyp

is to be at 7 pa. Sahsofdy ad
S boys' title dca at 8:.
Cedar Key, defending touemy
champion, moves Ito o meet a
with an areaeading 15 1
record. Brennan
ing, Is 134 and considered a d-
finite threat to the oartk d-&
spite two previous loae n ra
ular-seaos action to the Cad


WuiH Io IS...


He Scores


*l isRO a wo

1"bu ~SHe tO
JL
ftA4N YrkfaLt t
tsor 89M atad.
howIaK i IsW"h
e*MdLslebaw


tan p antw f la dthe1


ed Nit *a
fthi tS i let- I
et a upmra te aM sad ni
NYU led by aemb when C
I na drew ia B Ml l
stad4 foldit, Nurt Cla
Brya. cSweeney's backet pht
WliN fruit IM with two
i a to ply.
I CogkOf Sek
Th a acqupke d Mph pulled
the wititg VileSs togtr.
Carlit Rob lse
lead a juiap asot ad a
McW O t1e he ba6 l ad
e a 0 SMi .
wb a ,while fjn-m's 2
oppda con.
iI WettVirgkla's flvtorj
mr POL T.e Pa e tn b#
fw players oan puralh andI
te MountaiMee one a II


bdo W4ffek lad Ptwith
Mhalft play.DBIM agMR",
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*i *


Basketball


Result


l'NBina 73, kings a
NYU D. NodaCta caa0
aL Jen'.73. Cam:,7
Arm IL Istors a
Ilea IL. flags.
aL JswA'.Pa. 1. IE U Cu 4 (t)

aL Y71001 PA. UILjImsow

1. M alS 141 ?
it SSW" aU
isin U TookIS II (C fl
WZa. Isl. It
i" wine A.ALVa. Tbe a
a pm .C. Ia Gw aiVa-

bea LmagmDs 0


EU a i iiy i t A&


lan a* i il
bas teM -be w-
tie wa4 to anuher heum co-
um Ofter a aW hu
Waby left m bhw a the
city soi for opaen owe a stadi&
umlaute
In S first colAiM JL U


In NewY.k, the oma flatly
rejectrlesa bid to me to
Leuivie and by a 1 vte or-
&dred h sm to i alip r -
KansasCty by Fb 1 facm
wpilli frm th leia
7%e &aine was evuaded to
ecght mm tooi ai
hied lo is tail trl
It's dtful a lease wll be
si Wio the de idM nd
the leawbis expecial to can
Miey obSS a b ea u
aft -te iMa l Cal Ja
v ad itfs aly el asthe
eage fir praila to m
tie mb s ldUK t
TheA mm atm
wil St try to get my ad
the cse= ther aa cuillniB1
hat, be" o swin of t


S


Smah imb VaderKt
tni dhitt St" leal-
itmbtkdboi / /
-rbe 10 *tbihatum* C-
ihne rival Gorg Teck 15.


7L lb k" nowt&e Ell-
ph-kbba &d MC
May Noeufma it
Mk1p hk N oAnb 3147 vie-,
Wy ow TdeL


Nick Wrman, theI
setm a year ago, ad
37 a Seima BAl w*i
Sal. 75a The total ID
wault p pe
to 3, third be* am

T aon-mo
Tetaned DeW
3---'


Iftng
k-tmited


Too


Much.I


ly escaped Iwns qei-lm ia
Marqettiwitt a fl victor.
Jas Npa ea rS 3t K
btelasdpUfuthp-ifaD.
m0m ph~i I*t.


I w- DxPrs 15 victory
tI 17 dat a M arqettes*
dbeighth dri ost a 4144



whldl dw* Nobmm L A
U-



was a 6ift Iaigfh fwr
eM to i hll tISe
M: b p btofhy.oadock, te
led Techwth piatfiffd
o and i n locked a


rM t - --
pod Lm. '00 He Ii e"I I wiI-
"w Te point mtwe were also
a hard at mW& Bth Kmsu of
e I Bowl a Gredn, the cotry's
leaftIg more wbth a NJ aver-
age had as the Fa a beat
arrow Kent State La. Rwp


Jack Harris


Hits 614 Set


Ji HarrdS&fCTileand TumblersLeag. atPaln
Terrano paced the Night Owl Lane with am effort. She
leapi at PaM Lanei last rolled 15-1-151. The 10 was
ht with a 14 effort. Harri best game. D. Peare of
hbad pames of 37-173-34 with Wals's Barber SEp had 2
te letter high sie. and Bety F t, Ace m ri,
Jhn Shlmou of Edwards it I
SSpply came up with Ace Electri totaled 11 w
I. He had 17-2-U. Jot a m hibLh aB S *w


Eve, Manor Motel, totaled
54.
S & C Tile registered a 31U
series on I I1. Edwards
had MI o n 1 lm1-0I ie
I game by S & C Tile were
Alto Morri Park Le Caf-
eara, made the 5-7 it and
Joe iay, Edwards, crverted
the 44-7.
ea Todar, 1a the Trple



Jennigs

Take Wins


JASPER WiHlm sowed
ider Gra mtl, 6l; and





r. Ib.Isbted Nwhemat,,
faces North Man at At
p7, i 'n afo fli

Cintertakasmlllil-

It, l md the mat
pill., Cross Cy lyiM Je
H ':nL


SeaHmals wif be at 7 nil
1:31 inerrow night
WIsto opened a -12 asW
In the first prd Greenville

Miw ir, Cod a-
Kar oa ova4 h l Obae be.
JeAy Hbby d with s pata
aB o Griffith hid L Jmyi
Page ma e ifor Greaimye.


tin p- in the sod qater
Newblry pge Jeflags a
Eght 'or a period, tadhag only
S17 a But DIchard Barn-


bm, gam's high scorer with
Spals, sparbed surge by
tb wuloang Pakers that pro-
dSed a 44-b lale lead and
Glt was RL
41 wSar tW 44 Ms D. MDleal.
54'U; MUln mt ; Gdifit. --U!
A mm 144;m a. am. Hl&s
NW. se54 6T Nui M tk
ialk *a&
inIVIma- IMa 54; W;
irW M. oftja ROG" 6".
MM a athm "*
51.1; Aamaeu. 1. Pa. 54m,
. 14mL A. PttW. 114; L. Fet-
su ba. In.m. s-n
Bi-m >, 12iif-
flia- m r n4-
crumvb n32 19-0
rCfl uPa a d rVSM
L -WMrA. S"l Mns Lt~ Be&
a% 14II VRue. am 4sm 3j L
at-.m ai., X44 "a41. O
540a 3. I.u. a*O 3
@ ,44 ia t iN, M
&. an., se.a
umvn1me-a. o3ma Ms Nf
a. 15* fl Di.. 144; Ra.t 14
, I "f. BENI s&as ft
m. 144l as. st% Sk Ta .
M sm. I44" rommnb 1
Ta -ft 0 N -
xs x a-


made by INe Grem, Ace Elec-
tri, 54-10; Mn. Todar, 57;
lores Wheeler, Co
Mart, 5-74; and Shiry Pain-
Uak, ChQual's, 5-7.


JoAnn Block of Walts Serv-
enter led the UoniSJ Oty
Women's Laue it Palm Lao
last ght with a She rolled
lU-fl with the latter pme
high dogle.
Charlotte McEwain, Coca,
Cola, had a 545; Gwen Dulaney,
Gold Coast Restaurant, I5;
Alice ch Brown's Teaco
ServiceM, ; Val Rdemsky,
Gold Coast Restaurant, 524;
Phyllis Wright, Busch Bavarian,
55; and Fran Taylor, Brown's,
51. Mrs. Redemsky had a
&nile same hih
a st wi M i. It 4M
fa to e iil, W Bt, iere


a& ii k 1611A 1
Cke Sleor, Murs % 6.7;


in actm wa Villas s a md the
WOtai pt a boot upa Wal.-
rJi towhip Dumipa
I. Jos, htrt in bt Satur-
days upIt los to laSae,
mrni eighthnD d Vii-
ova ran its record to liSt


Asmslug a mw
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TVSON, Aris. (AP)-
S" Te DS Jamry gm do-'
Mm ae d tM I Open
. title tsday am desmt aiyt
.* "an wh m as god u
. "h> e atd VWt putting*
SThe weather ma expected it
Jo be wam with uite wind for
t hAMoke ment, but it wm't
A* t way foray Wedmday's pro-
... :ae tlode to the 0
Cuat whipped the mrm Cm*
4y Cub co where k m two
lowest ms were an f by
'er- y nEdwds o Ft Work,
* s., and a by Al KEfley o
Orlando, Fla. Each teed of in
t relative calm early morn
S and finished before the
wind reached full velocity.
.". oboy coudM reay eoy
Sf in weather like tha,"
SJacky oCpit dedared when be
*finished his round with a t.I
,* '"That wind really was blow-
S Defending champio January
Scamofthe o fthe th freen thor-
'eoy wimnd wna a he fi
ibwed his rond with a 71.


Knucklball Artist



ilheli Signs Pact


soe t w dmdduA win
he Mlkd msr. ,rdilrl,
mmu siiles ,&am ad ow
mRm, mn ra im pmnm

his .Mats .'
walk%*i-dow wa 6
tboi bu utoo' "h
forhit 11k swm tem is r8*
Fwil be kig. Is U.obdan
bp to the plate tdNJater
ie catcer'si li fr the lam

piteiftg Ir at 1ma to more
yearn
A m.Nye idi right bder
w the a imed iquive rid
-g M"ami b mor
leae Imtr, VWilmi became
the cOtMr a major cootre'
mvny thid w ter hen
ndM makes decided to ba
to D led mm developed to
mm biii fatterbl.
After anouocing their dec
on, the rules make relented
-and decided the big m, #
incb in circum en could
be sed for the IM e but
would be baoed thereafter in
favor the standard 344lch
glove.


Army
pgas. in
game. He


quarterback o
the recent Na
compd te


Sidney Lanier

Track Champion


r Siey Lanier school won a
' 'city-wide elementary track meet
at City Park yesterday. Te
event was sponsored by the
Rh. tk Departmeet
* Sidy Lanier tallied 7 points
4 to a for J. J, Fley, Kirby
*Smith, I; and Metcalf, t.
Eabschodol held fa own meet
Earlier to aee participants for,
-' yesterday's event."
*., UmmaiM:
I.mt gauh (11-s bqs) Paul
ramnb Micaft Oeg Dmam rm.I
.by; m lake. la .
I; y j haM (.M4 hMIp)-d-t

Bishop Tops

Boys' Club,

Hawks Victors
Howard Bishop Juomlr HOI
topped the Gaesvile Bay
CMub Travel Laogue JuerI
Oteam, 4y.D4. David a
ed 18 points for Bishop and Tom
Dulaney had 12 for Boys' Ophv
'*,3ig ws played ts night
lHawks beat Royal s 4 In
Leape action last night
Whindsor had 13 points for
awks and Warren Jones 11 for

Aidget play yesterday saw
Patriot down Buf alo Bis M4
-and Cowboys beat Broa 2.
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man each had dgt poibs for
'Patrilb ad Bob Otter ht me
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Ai a Q nhM lr for Bmrocs.

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S1oliday on Ice


Set March 17-22
JACKSONV=LE One Cdock Simp." New Orib.,
m popola d ttAW tiot to a Dizieland touch, will We
PearttheJac mvie in a visit to te
Ma vt from Man*h 17 trough
uarch m. Many of the we"l known m
The th giant new diio of talented performers return
h iday on ke, dofin a variety Holidlay On Ice of 1wT. The
parking entertat s butm FamF ly, Alfredo Me
Son a them f "A Sphere of T ny Allen, Sandy Win
." and Alice Queasy, along
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will be honored in "lowm of Vin makin her
Broadway." A western and in the United States this se
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U.S.A."
'The musical charm of "A
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cerpt from Pu 's "Madame
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Vxi Herbert," win iend to
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uay at 2:0 p.m. and Sunday
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Foe's Radar TO Start Res e Rewritten
CAPE KENNY (AP) A By A S O D the BooMAa TALAHASB (AP)-A tAt_
Minuteman missile plunged LUKEMLA (APt)--e ids. velo ment depart be a o p. "ProM am s American Dm
back through the Earth'satmos. try reach advisory commit ed. This depart m woobm D. .
here after a 5,ailelstfligit e recom ended ltheFli a o fhate all eaoireiono a l o lded 0i
last night, firing several rocket- Cat Cm inbanM today r that rrrch tecsicl, er Nmee a
powered dummy warheads de. a e ww wrth of de- ing ad pro t a o the cos
signed to deceive eanemy de search projects and get to wak wit would tpar tary punMi. "e n s
senses, on them at once. fid marketicu ad product re- te book w as one ofasy sp (U S i
s Mu rep. ot ,marketing adnd product ,re- Wr** .=,_,
The Air Force announced the Ma1 y t b p Ir e a s c to wid rf F poved by the Ceab t lo edd et" A.
intercontinental range weapon renco ed in tm ret BOO Cits. Education Wedesday go.n M. N
successful flew ts planed tra- ad and report a 'lit commitoe rem ded ommn ia c nn the SRtate Mxt
jectory after blasting at of a commissionB options. expenditures of W on a de- book Commiee Counly school Ad ral Cr --
underground launching silo at he committee said tt hydlrated juice products pro- boards may chduose from the ap &r Reactim -
Cape Kennedy. after a tough dissm i wit gram to inctode evauation if proved list who oreritig book. Allied im -
IinduBstry repraesitatim and s vending machine and sack The Cabinet approvmes three Aera MP
Ships and planes in the land- Booz-ABen officials, it reco lnarkets, andbeverage con- books for each corse routinely Amer Cyami -
ing area in the south Atlantic mended that any uneiend gumption habits; $10,0 on a to give counties some leeway Amer le Poew -
Ocean recorded performance of research funds remaming Jun quality citrus p icts improve in selecting the texts they wil Amer lHm Prd ...
the warhead and effectiveness'3 be carried forward and ad- met program; 10,0 on a use in their own schools. Amer Mac & t -
of the decoys. There wasnoan.!ed to research funds fr the net business analysis of the by State School S o D. Amer Nat Ga--
souncement on results. fiscal year. products market; and PU$12,UW a the de ca n e Corp s..v--
SiTe committee proposed aton other projects.o ft ylo..t s e wen --
The flight was the first of a ---- - - r- m ny TBorg- Warner -
series intended to develop fool-1 US l w k ""- Burlingso od ---
proof penetration aids or the H app Steelworkers Ben demoay made my .......
Minuteman nuclear warhead. the basis of possible tre a Gas & Elee
The decoys are designed to cG v Dari Brar Equip......-
fuse and overload hostile det 1 -Week Pai d Vaations C G ...
tion systems, givng the actual ;this, but commented tat be did Cote.Plm ---
warhead a betterchanceof PITTSBURGH (AP) Vetr- not want santed view of Columbia Gas...
eluding countermeasures such an steelworkers are hurrying I 've got my wife, grandson South to appear in any text c mental Bak
as anti-missile missiles, out of mill gates these days and' dog. We're happy," sai ed in Florida schools. Control Data ..
with an extra bounce in their b clee. "I hope the rest of the Tihe objectionable material an River .--
Previous w a read decoytep and smiles on their faces, fnen are enjoying their vawas fod in "Goals of Democ Dome .....-
ejected without rocket assist, Outside the gate, there isao as much as I am." racy," a ook by Dr. Samuel DukePower .........
proved effective until advanced back-slapping and laughter. Thei MI-Kee works at the Pitta- McCutchen. ie Cabinet partic.E Pas Nat Gas ..
electronic equipment was able odmsthen head home to en burgh Works of Jones & Laugh ularly wanted to change a vesharp .............
to sort them out. When the joy something few of them lin Steel Corp. He's been inthe chapter relating the efforts f Fairchd Camera --
wvrhead and dummies hit the could envision for themselves 45 years, through bitter Negroes to vote in the South. ood Fair ..............
heavy atmosphere, the lighter ars ago. tries ad layoffs. G Tel & Elec -
decoys slowed down and trailed ey are rting, for the h urge to travel hits many Giltte -..---
behind. U.S. experts assume the first time, i3-week aid vaca- oners rightt away. Mo FF A to H old dn. ........
Russians have equipment capa- tm r e te crt a hey want to see old friends W. R. Grace ---
ble of differentiating. sulabor n rat nw places. 1 W. T. Grant ......--
Sources reported the penetra. s ee a n Gege Vitnick 5, a troller Field D ay Gt Al & Pe.. -
tion aids carried last nt h ad Manyscatt to far-off L p her, headed Gu O .......
individual propulsion mo0- o ots tes syt y mlinmundiately for Florida. He's Haer..ters -t.---
tors which boosted the speed. leis y tacing odd obe staying in a Miami hotel and J Orestry Ho tat. ns -
Some were to match the veloci- arum th e s erap s plan, a leisurely return trip to Household Finace -
ty of the warhead, others were planning a trip later. Se his home in nearby McKeesport. A district Forestry Field Day bges-Rand
to spurt ahead to scatter chaff takeitea relishing the The vacation program was for ture Farmers of America lot Bus Mac .....
in front otthe nose conefor ad. P l ry md thing. worked out in negotiations last will be held March 7 at the lnt Tel & Tel
ditional deception. Best thing they coulil do for year between major basic steel Austin Cay Memorial Forest Johs ManTine *.
a workingman; it's wonderful," producers and the United Steel- Waldo ad. Keyone Wr
r I said James L. Parker, a labor- workers Union. It covers some K roger ..........
outl s Th wart er at U.S. Steel Corp.'s nearby 450,000 workers in basic steel FFA Chapters from Gaines- ton u d --........
Clairton cooking plant. 'and has since spread to other vile andthe wann anta Fe eStar Gas............
Railroad A mim worker for 41 years, stee-related plants. River area will be amLg tole laisvie Gas & Elec
Parker added "It's a relief. The plan provides 13-week competing for prizes n the fol Iisvle & Nashville
vnam tnYou're getting paid for it and vacations each five yen for lowing events: selective mar Madiso Fund --
yn. m nrg you feel good." the 50 per cet of the work keting, estimating plpwood M nao .............
CAPE KENNEDY (AP)- An Machinist Harry McKee, SI, force with the most seniority. volume or saw t im ber Melvill Se .M
attempt to dynamite a freight is another of tho aying Iti figured on copanywie volume rom stand trees, Merck .. ..
train of the strike-plaged Florhome, watching the world go bis, not plant by plant. estimating tree hegh and l G. C. Murp -
ida East Coast Railway was meters, land meaire t, National Biuit -
foiled Wednesday night by Transplant Kidney Works, wing, choppig ad Nat Cash
boys.I I rl


The youths were walking aMong Purpoe f the Field Da
the carrier's main tracks wh u n e 1ten co m give FFA members an p
they discovered 45 sticks4a ity to show the hre*y
amite hooked to a rally. They PTISURMGH (AP) A kid- eigp tissue. Drugs are being us- they have learned in woa
dismantled the charg re m inutes hospital odo. U
Woraled the a'uhboilnad tr,' ney trampleo operao do- Sdi combat this natural Ian agriculture, and ab to
before the uMoun t rain a &,al t inthe Pltu-sdl toward rejection, the late interest in festrY.
passed. Th~e train h d burghw district has been per- spokesmann said. T evn i spno
unaware of its close ca with fpat Presbyteian vr- Mtitles of the husband I y b teve s ae oored
disaster. aly lpiWL adwife were t a p lyby theWAth Pl
7Fl. id~i in fa hbvswee. .n brvt.. ad FWAt


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16% Pac Gas &Elec 31
Peake Davis.... .
4% p hl Elec . 33% I
77% Polaroid........ 1% 1
0% Proctr & Gamble. %
42% Pre08 .......... 42%
6 7 Ranco ........... ... 17...
I% Raytheon.............. 1
42p Reynolds Metals .. 5x
2 i% Royal Dutch Pet 43%
2 Ryder Systems 13
4 Sifeway Stores ..-
% Seaboard Finance 20
S Smith Kline............ 0%
36 Southern hR .... 5
43% Square D ............ 47
% StdOU (Cal) ...........-. 2
3 Std Oil t ......- 3
2% ITeas t Trans 0
M Tidewater Oil .38......... .
MY4 Union Elec ........ 27
17% Union Pae .................... 39'.
25 Union Tank Car 35
5W U. S. Tacco ..__
19% irgiia Elec Pow. 4
25% Waner mbert .... 25
33 hee Steel 35
M X% Corp I..
3O% 7
xt AM. STOCK EE ANGI
45
24% Aerojet General 365%
S Brillo Mfg. .... 27%
% British Pet .........- 0
S BVD Co. ........... 18
Cinerama .. -. ...........
M% Data Control ... ...... 474
S IGen Development 4%
5 M Gen Plywood .......... 13
M" Ins.Co of N Amer ....
316 Kawecki Chem ....%.
L27 l aand k xplor..... 86
714 31% ........ 3%
=t Mary Carter N
S Maryland Cup.. .......... 33
85 Mead Johnson ........ 22...
21% NatM BellasHess...... 5%
39% Paddngton Corp ...... W3.
IN% PhiUips EJec & Phar 477"A
1 P87 Rayette ..... ... .......... 46
*' | Sperry Rand Wts ........ 8',
51% Synter ............... 134%
75 Tampa ............... 25%
Technicolor ........... 18%
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Affibted Flmd-
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8.39
14.8
1.42


vMdMaISais 3.5
Dreyfs Fund -d- I
Fidelity Fh d ...- 16.3
Fility Tied -- 1I
de ntal ...... 10.43
Group Securities Sk 13.5
Ie Fund Boston .. 8.54
ncorp Income Fund .57
Invent Trust of Boston 12.U
eysone Cua K 1 9.33
Keystone Cu K 2 .... 5.0
Keystone Cs S 4 4.4
Mas Inv Tust ......... 15A?
Mass Inv Growth 1.57
Medical Se Fnd .... 11.24
Nat' Sec Growth ...... 7.
Nati Sec Stk ........... .31
Putnam Growth Fund 9.0
Telv Elec Fund ........ 7.87
Value Line c ........... 5.30
Wellington Fund 14.12

Over the Countei

Alico .. ......... r a
Amer Express ...... 3i
Amer Fidelity Life 23
Am Heritage Life 184
Amer Pioner Life -.. 4'
Anbe .Bb ......... .....
Atlantic Nat Bank ..-
Avon Products.. ......... 13
Bank of America ...
Barnett Natl Bank .... 5
Carlon Products .........
Charter Mortgage ... I
Cowles Mag .................. 13
Dun & Bradstreet ... .
Florida Gas .................... 7
Fla Nat' Bank ............ 5
Fla Public Utilities .... 23
Fla Steel ........................
Fla Tel ......................- 11
Fla Tile ................ _-- i
Gulf Life ............- 6.
Herff Jones ............
Holiday Inns ......... 17
Homes Enter .- 15%
Hudson Pulp ............... 23"
IntCy TT T -- 40',
Jax Min Mkts .......-
Kennasaw Life ..... I'
Lewis Bu Forms -. 17
F. MacDonald 5
Orkin Eterm .....- a
Redwing Carriers 10
Schit Bewin g 46
G. D. Searle ..-. 64
Shop Rite Foods ... 27'
So Niftrogen .............. 17"
Stock. What. & D -. 10
Thurow Elec .....- 2'
'Travelers tI ..,.- IW
I Walter i...m.. 30


TODAT'S DOW JONME
Pe. 0am Dew JaM 1it 851
M. | dl | UpO .4
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UNS | UStocfal Up0.14-
4,MW | VonM 11.3.
N V S E Mat Aetve Stcks
lamp. VOL. Owe Cte.
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SM O Gen ynam 31% up '
S U0 Gt Atl & Pac M off Is
57 000 Ford Motor 531 up s
M 1 N Y Ceatral 32 upl
S 900 Parke Davis 3 up I
4 100 Perry Rd 3'! up '
42 900 Bucyu Erie X up J
41500 erox 76 off 1'
40 00 Penn RR 30soffI
40 Westing Eec 34 up '4
40 3 San Dgo Imp 1171 up 'a
3t 7M0 Helene Curts 37' up 4
ASE Met Active Stocks
i Vol. Co. Close Chuge
101,700 Syntex 13s up 6's
5,00 Stanrck I1, 16. -
i ,400 Nat. Video 23 up t 2
50,000 Data Control 441' up 4
r 44,500 SBD Wn Air $'1 off Is


Late Morning

N.Y. Lifting


AllisChal
Alcoa
AmAir
AmBrk
AmBdPar
AmCan
AmCyan
AmMot
AT&T
AmTob
Amp, Cp
Anac'da
Armour
Babcock
B&O
Beth StlI
Boeing
Borden
Brunswk
CaterTr
Celanese
Chryser
CocaCola
SCorn Ed
Con Edis
Coot Can
DowChe
duPont
EAL
E. Kodak
Firestomne
FlaPw
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IFrmstD
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754 bit Nick 7
3 Int Pap 3
51Y Jones&L 4
31% Kais A 3
41 Ken'cott 7
60% LUgMy 7,
lt bLorilard
146% Mag'vox 3
a's MplsHon 13
15% MM&M 6
46 Mohasco 1
451 Mons'to 6
53! Mont Wd 3
33's Nat Dair I
33% Nat Dist 2
40. N.AmAv i
69% Penney 4
10W. PRR
50% PepCola5
59't Phil Mor
421 Phill Pet
11714 RCA 1
49% Rep Stl
2Vi Revlon
S45% Rey Tob
9% StRegP
33% Seaboard
35 Sears I
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45S SouthC &
76% SperryR
53% StO NJ
S10% Studbkr
d 34% Swift
r X% TrT..I.


e iden tU itesot U jeoay w H sp al officials ,dis loed tn it O U T a m *W . 0. M
withheld. det l f a dto- c ....I .ad to lie est industries. Gen Dyn 28 Thokol 17'4
D t i Larsof t h b. day that a healthy hidey from hospital said the Gman % U Carb 125s
va County Sheriff's a Pittsburgh woman was r a been critically ill with fad District wners will ySAM BAW N EW YORK TIMIS MARKET AVERAGES, FI. 12 Gen Fds r. Unit Aire 2's
the dynamite was electrically plned to her husband one both kidneys, and at the Forestry Training Camp AP BNew. A lyst Gen Mills 37. Un Frt 21
wired to the track and would wek ago. ti l kidney had been seat Camp O'no. High law CeH NtlChw. Gen Mtrs 78% US Steel 524
hvexploded under the locomo Dotors said t to e o on to NEW YORK (AP)-Just like 9 12 .89 127.72 Up .0 Goodrich 52 Univ Mat 12
tive's wheels. edorgan is functing well icre e the chances of succem. Slate Honors l a pay raise"is theway most 25l sta 784.83 77.99 71.13 Up205 Goodyr 42%WestgEl 34>0
"If the boys had not taken but it is to early to det mine m rgery. ForTrio Aftr ""saren* topart the 50Sledtks 456.56 451.94 454.42 Up 1.04 Greyhbd 4% Winn Dig 3
their quick action, somebody the final outcome. One said: operation itself was term. .d ad!= ncut t wh. I GufOil 1M Woolwth 7'7%
might have been killed," Lar- "We will not really k now ed success. Hospil al Sabbath Service i b mt t im d
pan said. how well the transplanted saidithe husband's condi on
The incident was the latest 4n ney is being accepted until Sabbath services at CoWg& For motof th e look o the
,a series of violent acts directed many weeks have passed." imuc improved, and his wife nation Bai Israeld w be MM bkaone a O anu tr real UU YOUR MONE r WORT
-against the railroad during a The major concern m such isi very god condiAtion. s OFriday night at t patt y. They ae d to ignore the
year-long strike by 11 nonoper- operations is whether the body is epelted to leave the bosph* synagogue, SW Seond Place gprn figure ta employer pays
sating unions. of the recipient will accept for- tal dortly. dll SW Seona TIerv he worker. *A -e
Last Sunday, an FEC freight .- FobDwirg the services an OnMAng I on lour StpedMItg .
- train was derailed by dynamite m ShabBat wiB hoBat Mi MInch. i imd pay i. to
.northof MiaiL The line is op. Govt Testimon Blocked ene ne urto, d ghtr of ui, m Jm a
. rating with noun ionlabor and Mr. and Mrs. Jeme BrMko, m m"m"" i" By S l Porter .
supervisory personnel Aa b Hoffa Defene and Mr. D " .
i: n Wednesday night's incident, A ga b "y.la De ..ewho were recently married t u mwithe e aae? price index is released a lot of rise in our real incomes after ad.
- the dynamite was placed on the CHATTANOOGA, Ten. AP of goofern. sM to get p. HMtee for the _eg ab U T I Tror l. the changeswe've been expect- Juatme t for higher pie of
track about ive miles north of -For the second time in three pe to vote for Hoffa's A t will be Mr. and Mrs. e, F n te g ount Y aref our ing won't be mha de d a lot we medical ct a e. Medical care's
.Ttusville and about 1.5 miles JO H d e was it-N. Myrdn Syer misher whic the s i ny. ni do el s tI s of Iavk'at beman expecting will e sae is.4 per c now against
.Mr.......MksnJoahJames1R. Hodabs dc-an aeterwhewas e le.,. .ter-. .ax cme.today lbe. e.pecting wil be .haroen {percent, w.agai..
from where the FEC tracks joAne t i teMs imo bya Livelyon the s hvl i Mrs. uro, s. Joseph esept a ke igure, thee r11ead in ce to h made .1 per ot .lcentin Chan'sex.
a government-ownedi spur trackI ., t, ter and Mrs. M. J. "_ ._erman. -MOD*,swih ok...a adrecmrs m etion than h- -y don gures larn: thr rh
leading into the Merritt Islanik ,iTfmisr wnts, uM 1 Police .o Car wl e ya ta reocfS af| tartanxande _ral d care -ms pa for
Moonport area of the Cape Kumt p -e dNi efal roea s, f Social Wo w re ar eare sting out much more m blad"t price wolly o parby e ,er,
sedylaunch complex. P ru in a hung jury .__, ,_ Near re vew i" iahartion ,- ,e ,, a Sd.
U-. Dit. Judge Frank W I,, w sewda from .i e *min i an odu toaes-l chuk d ar o aft'er- x 1tecutn idollara beebnad.mdian -ays by cams
H SA carSeemit.he.- Tas.V 'ior mhan^ A Ts *arn rm It*m OWi tobnm&a am .un i n" m
H. Springs hee mae7, bat Whefelttheleer.- Tsay ws ot ihnya tBe ut e aan the dck w0 i our tamrpower asd o 1eMdolar Now1to 1Peef d pe After
posecun 0a- fro m .s., i t h i n'tr ,omla,, r loip a igwy P l. tisu. 11 11 I base g uyg t omedialcaretake .by tan: o w g he s m f Pic e ao
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ed meeting yesterday. the High se James Neal. "We'll g Irs w c-tn .h Hof. the J. M. Fields pu n kl 1!. e-t,-this mumbr. ofo. dihawreen-im omt nin l mbr eofin ar
sings city Con msa vn eif avUet c oun te Iofth e W t at--w i._b...n I ire .... v. l have to am-for dismissal"oftheis due Inf To the J.M.mbielsfpf&k rea1inga,,S m s t dowMnLfI a nI 'n( tsa "yingsWO W -Ibn,'
to ptsh tor t e rep nst~ U ,th t U0 FIInReeal0 have assets, *at a n reactingg that's e. Bt the share Of Fdm ns. ThM is
27 t the west ity tsrAti -a .. ..fe iime blocdha b ippes' tt-' uaym"e m l1 the b 11 i d eN ola iW ig tie b l m1"1d m cker,' Isto v of
to the C a Cty line. a me DrugLinked nleraIFOf,,., r-erwkifin Oom an

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U Beef Income

Increases


Profitable Dry-.Lot Feeding
Cattleman H. A. Lawam is ahow at tie pe at his plae in Stake where he is
ferdif out 70 ead of grade Hereferds. He says the batch shown here have been
at feed for 70 days, are le than two years old, and that they, weigh between
9001400 penda eac. (Su photo by Sam MeGarvey)


CATTLE EAT, HE PROFITS


Lawson Designs Self-Feeder


"By SAM MeGARVEY
an S ta Writer
SRUUE H. A. Lawson, 6
yeeild meat market operator
andattlaasn, has an efficient
onman cattle feeding opera-
tionlch be says is returning
a 4 'er cent profit.
de m- can feed out N
heaof cattle without any tr
bleitA this system he said.
Lawn bwys grade cattle at
a market, pls thm on full feed
at a self-feeder he designed and
h* ad at the end of 12
da us them off and aem
th to a meat packer.
ed is available to the cattle
at A times, at troughs totaigt
44 et in length which are filled
every 10 days. The feed bins
hold about seven tons


of mixture of snapped tal of $1,824. I sold them to a
corn, master mix, molasses and packer for 2,33 and so real
alfalfa hay. In addition, Law- ized a profit of $8S."
on feeds the cattle two bales He figure that a man couli
of lay a day. Water is always raise out three batches of cat
available by means of an auto- te a year ia his plan, and tha
matic device, it would be' a good occupation
He said the cattle gin be- for a retired man. "He could
tween 2-3 lbs. per day in the handle it all by himself," Law
operationduring the 120 days of sa said, "and would not be de
feeding and consume about a pendent on outside help."
ton of feed each. Lawson has been in the mea
He has had the operation go business here since 31year
ing for about a year now, and ago when he came here from
tells about an experimental Dothan, Ala., where he wa
batch he ran through last raised. He alsoowns and op
year: rates a cold-storage plant here
"I bought 12 steers, fed them and does his own butchering.
12 days, in which they ate 12 He is enthusiastic about hi
tons of feed, and when I car- newest venture in cattle feeding
ried them off to a packing "It's paying me," he said, "an
plant I figured I had $18 in- I don't see why it wouldn't pay
vested in each of them, ora to- anyone else."


Ba again! Missing a weekI
S wrd a tim e sam se ect
as ailig Sanoy school or
mit Far Bure or Cat-
dtman's meetings; it is easer
to Wea me. I do appreciate
bheu asal rn I that myI
wr g has not been regular.
Well, even though it is just a
it.le late, I can't forget the re-
cst dinner for my wife's mo-
ther, Mrs. Louise Jeffords, who
is 5 and sll does some really
odl cooking.
The family took pots of food
and I took my pil to cut my
appetite. Al I ate was a little
bit of turkey, ham, chicken and
dumpling, ambrosia, salad,
pea and hanm hock, cabbage
thick corn bread, yellow rice
flavored with big red hen, a
little dressing and some home
made pickles. I figured the
cak and pie had too many
calories. I'm ill taking my
pills.
TUESDAY, Feb. 1, is a big
tobacco meeting day in Lake
City. It is under the direction
of the Stabilization Corporation.
We will leave my office at 1:3
p. m. Any tobacco grower
- is welcome to go and we ought
to at least have a carload to
d represent our county. Probably
a. variety of topics will be dis-
t cussed that will interest us.
n Let me know if you want a
d good comfortable ride. This
- meeting is co-sponsored by our
Farm Bureau organisation.
NO PLOWING TODAY is the
t sign on the gate post at this
s writing. Maybe at the time of
Spreading we will have had two
s days without rain.
. Our cattle people want warm
, days and sunshine so grass and
clover will grow. Our strawber-
s ry growers want a cold spell
. to hold back harvest of berries.
d With warm weather continuing,
y we will do some pretty good
strawberry picking before Feb-


Seeds, Wives Need Same Treatment


A Florida Gardening "
Germinating coles seed Is qui
like keepWngatheVgood side I
wit a wifemate-both need a pester the seeds too much, but break off the bottom of the i
bit: humorinf. about once a week check the peat pot. me
However, producing cause so Noistutre and apply another After the initial planting is wi
seengs is easier since itinewaermist needed. established, t is easy to pro-
takes about a moth as f you don't like the milk pagate h r of additional p
with the e-tim task btleropagating unit then use plants. All ou d o pinch
at trionial bi. a cigar box with a plastic co- off 3-inch tleus stems and ag


AG both projects underway
immediately. By planting ol-
eus seeds now you willie the
first in the neighborhood to
show off a kneedgh hedge ofI
colored leaves.
For the coles project you'll
need. a quare-ded, quart
richoil, a packet of seed, a
small flat stick and an ample
supy of patience.
If your sedy lot isn't bless-
ed Ji rich sol, ton try the
dialmtto fer a packet of pot-
tint)ol To prevent soil borne
dise"s from ravaging the
midet size plants, bake the
so iln the ova for at least an
hour. Cool the il then shake
enough of the dry mixture into
the til bottle to fi the con-
tainer up to the bottom of
the bottle's month while hold-
ing It in a horiontal position.
NWSt,mai the oil usio a
fine ist of water. If the soil
is too Dffy, ue a flat wood-
en stik to pat the ol to make
It a-bit more compact
Pblat the speck ik eds
by aaki t tem off a flat
itOr the Wnaina od" of
a -e Wife. Add anotme
fineM erm a to seto t the
sek
W th e baite with a mnal
e of plaude ad a rubber
bk amd place t "seedbed"
So warn sady place. Don't


If your patience holds out,
the project will show signs of
mIe and hundreds of tiny plants
will unfold their leaves. They
will al be green at first. But,
don't worry. Later on, you will
me other colors form in the
leaves. It's about this stage
that you shod begin tras

If you don't have the cour-
age to bruk the milk bottle,
then leam the plants out of the
container with a long handled
spoon or a forked stick.
Transplant the tiny needling
into 2-inch peat pots filled with
h mellobw sol. If cool winds
are still outside, place the peat
pots o a window ledge. With
little orn care and water
dkd with plant food, the co-
Im Im ed"ig w il grow rapily.
As soa u frost danger Is
pt take te coe pnt
oobtde. They will make an cx-
celle border planting or a
maf foal b hedge.
apdmls of when you
ple S ti, be we to work up
a Aod st a elarthen
bdL lht e diking the plant,
the pest pota aDD into anout-
aio- location, om gardeners
say te co roots wil un
scr ble s ad get into
mother m rt picker if you


Livestock Market


ek GaViOb Ivmetock
Mbu *poe mIa* ULt hog
sdatl wet Vemo wu o
to hee, hu ir, ep

-iMur -tr i-- w-
us*-Is- -*a^ il


woe dtneaf~ntgup to MA
fliesTuwu:
Re I's (300 U), PLM;
Ne l's (an1Ab), $142; NM
1~amiKtkN~s,"M-
HL. ft WA Ne" a*SJ
14L 6s0%NLINM $1%Ne.
ihWP6 ft beim% to


WHY PAY U
Orr-. L--1 .
;-* ^--*^*B-'e.n*K
ir -34^**m *a4caf


ce them in a glass of wat-
or stick the stemsinto
it soiL Coleus alo roots
ckly in a constant mist root-
Sunit.
during tSespring and sm-
r you'll probably fall in love
th certain coleus plants. To
p this love alive during the
iter, transplant e pzed
nts into cl day pou ad bring
m indoors for safe "stor-
e" until the following spring.


rary is gone. This would
a ood two weeks earlier
we le.
BLE MOLD water h
be around for thsb d
reading toba plant
ame. Watch for it! vPre
is better than trying to cb
You should have our new
cular on tobacco plant pro
tion and you should be sur
read the section on using
ban or zinb or maybe st
tmyc. It also gives you
formula for good antrogen
dressing if you need to give
plants a little.
Our tobacco man, Sh
Brothers, put a lot of
thinking and writing into
Circular 170-A.




FARM

&


Tobacco Stabilization Cor-
poration wil hold its District
meeting in Florida on Feb. 18
at the Lake City Armory begin-
ning at 2:3 p.m. All tobacco
growers are invited to attend
this important meeting.
Wacaassa River Basin will
be the topic of a public bear-
ing on March 11 at 9 a.m. at
the courthouse in Bronson. This
is a at important bearing to
the economy of all Levy Coun-
ty. Every citizen interested in
the economy development of
this area should mark their ca-
lendar now to attend this im-
portant meeting. Harold Mills,
chairman of the Basin group
is interested in getting all citi-
zens who can contribute to this
hearing to take part by giving
testimony in the public hearing.
If you are interested in some-
thing being done in the Waca-
sassa River Basin on flood con-
trol, water management or de-


take the key


Evenip


FIND OUT WHY CHRYSLER'S NEw


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)ME


In Florida
IrMa's booobg beef
d-iy now has a population


Gilchrist County

Agent's Corner

By Me sEVOTWMV
A- fimWW hm Ser.


be some1.5 million head, accord- cms
h ing to Dr. T. J. Cuha, head of Tobacco has been very mueh Forum scheduled by USDA at
the Unversity of Forida's Ani. the news Mnd rightythe Coliseum in Live Oak, Feb.
mal SciencemDeprtme them much to 25, beginning at I am. The
as. the economy of our area. theme of this meeting is "To-
ast The purpose of this article is bacco in Focus." The purpose is
S Thi is an increase from to call Gilchrist County farm- to discuss all phases of tobacco
tio 3,000 in 19. Beef production era' attention to three important and the program will include
S has increased from only 42 mil- meetings concerning tobacco participation from all segments
.. .. ... ,to be held in the near future. of the tobacco industry. A ques-
du liom to 30 million pounds, while tion and answer session is
eto theincomefromn tenlsleofcat- T. l first of these meetings is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. All
f ie ad calves has soared o the annual district meeting of farmers and other interested
re $3% million to (W million. the FlCured Toba Coop- people are invited to attend this
thie lmerative Stabilation Corpora- meeting.
to*p Dr. Cuha said that in addit- tion to be held in Lake City on
the ion to tbeae increases, there has Feb.18 atthelakeCity Armory, Thirdly, I wish to call atten-
also been a significant rise in!beginning at 2:30 p.m. This tion to a county meeting being
lby the quality of Florida's cattle, meeting will provide growers an called at the request of our to-
od However, even greater empha-, opportunity to obtain current bacco growers for the purpose
this sis on quality will be needed in and factual information on all of bringing them up-to-date on
the future, said Dr. Cunha. phases of Stabilization's opera- all the latest recommendations
tions. All growers and other in. for producing high quality to.
terested persons are invited to bacco. This meeting will be at
attend this meeting. the Bell Vo-Ag Classroom Feb.
The second meeting I wish 25 at 8 p.m. Shelby Brothers,
to call attention to is a Tobacco Extension tobacco specialist,
will present the program. All
ing'out of the Soil Bank con- Gilchrist tobacco growers are
tracts should discuss these pos- requested to mark this meeting
sibilities with the County ASCS on your calendars and plan to
Office. One of the diversion pro- be with us.
grams open now to farmers is
the 1964 Feed Grain program. 4-H CLUB NEWS
Cimn sn tarte.Ad Monda s and


vdopment of recreati
get in touch with Mr.
volunteer your help.
Soil Bank farmers
tracts expire this yea
a major decision
Choices are to put
back into the produce
it in conserving use
pate in a government
ion program.
Farmers who have


woi-upl scontue, troug l Greg Bennett, Grady Jones,
will continue through March 27. Donald Polk and Don May will
A seven year study at th represent Gilchrist County in
Range Cattle Experiment Sta-the annual State 4-H Livestock
lion indicates cows having ac- Judging Contest at the Florida
cess to improved pasture con- State Fair in Tampa tomorrow.
sume much less minerals than
'those having access to a combi- Saturday will be 4-H Club Day
nation of native and improved at the State Fair. Two school
pasture or native range by buses will leave Bell and Tren-
itself. ton early Saturday carrying 4.


Hers from our county to join
other 4-Hers from all over Flo-
rida. This will be the largest
gathering of 4-H boys and girls
in Florida during the year. They
will assemble for a grandstand
program Saturday morning, at
which time the Florida State
Fair will recognize one 4-H Boy
and one 4-H Girl from each
county with what is known as
the State Fair Award which is
given for outstanding achieve-
ment in 4-H.


in Headquarters - -
Sextr large
3a


extre large
50
for
2.25
BULBS


79'
DOZEN


I The average yearly per-hbead
consumption of Ona Range Sta-
n, please ion mineral for the three
Mills and groups of cows is as follows:
WATERMELON VEGE-
whose con- GRAMS were sent out to grow-
r will have ers in Levy County last week.
to .make. We enclosed a card to record
the farm acreage of watermelons and
tion, leave other vegetable crops. We need
or partici- this information in our office
mt divers- to better serve you. Please fill
out the card and mail them
land corn- back to our office.


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DEAR ABBY...


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AUuEVanm Sren


DEAR ABBY: I've just been robbed! My ibusand has de-
cided to take over the groary shppig. We are not por,
but HE is going to show ME how to cut corners. He buys
perishable food inm large quantities ad bargain am gpub
we wi nver use. Marketing ws my aly outing and I rua
enjoyed being away frm hia a my three chldr for a
hour or two every Saturday. He says I am welcome to come
along (with three children). I say, NUTS! I have e men-
marketing and they fa into one of three categories: 1. H-
pecked husbands. 2 Bachelors. 3. Penny Pinchers. How can
I change his mind?
ROBBED
DEAR ROBO D: He's se tinag. It weat last. T kring is
eu tib ez t to a screech hal, tel he
S wvs bys he fe has to oa L s. lad hn the whb k asw
sginet, eaqlete with KP. And let the kids diall
vr hin whie YOU read the srt sectlsM.
DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and "M" is 17. "M" is a real doll.
I heard that "M" thought I was cute so I managed to be
outside the door of his classes whenever I could so be would
see me. 'Ien I walked past his house about a domen times a
day, but he still didn't notice me. I did a real dumb thing
* and wrote him sort of a crazy love letter and stuck it in his


SI


ITMUAT EVNINGM
1:0* ae se al Greh
SItiver iat
5:5 2 Greatest Healinesl
1:3v Newnspe
5:5 Lcal News, Sprti,
Weather
1:0 8 Sumsie Alhase
O News,iSpdrts
Weather
6:15 U Chanel Five News
1:31 0 New-Walter CrGkle
Operadn Alphhd
S0 News, Itmey,
7:N Riflma
"The Safe Guard." A gun-
man is hired to guard the
first bank opened in
North Fork.
Movie
(Color) "The Desert
Song." The beautiful dau-
ghter of the commandant
of the French Foreign
Legion is captured by the
Riffs. Karyn Grayso,
Gordo MacRae.
SArrest ad Trial
7:0 Temple HIt
WatsiNew


1: Oae Waeek-

l: @ @ Dr.I ns
Gena Rowlands in "To
Walk in Grace." Gilles-
pie assigns Kildare to help
a novelist do medical re-
search for her next book,
unaware that Kildare
thinks the woman's writ-
ing is dreadful.
C drem Grkwhg
9:0 a Perry MasM
"The Case of the Nervous
Neighbor." After finding
Charles Fuller's mother,
Drake discovers that she
is an amnesia victim who
doesn't know that e's
wanted for murder of her
husband.
U Great Coposers
:3a a B udel
O ScIee Repute
11: 0 Perry Cm
(Spedal) Lena orne and
Dean Martin PWrry's
cros-country tour in Bur-
bank, Cal. Ray Charles
singers, Mitchell Ayres
orchestra.


DEAR ABRv Regarding tMhat Married woman who s to
run home and cry on her m ers o er eerry thoe Se
and her a had a L dfe a pLt. Wel for the first couple of
years of my nuria MY wife ued to ru home to cry a
HER mother's ulde about re every two amodi. Tem I
found out that er moer has been dead for years and my
little wie was tying o labody ede's Shoder. Belter l
that husband i4 oesn mt trsd eck roce, i a while.
"DUMPED HER"
DEAR ABBY I disagree wh your advice that the married
daughter (maAied to an interior decoratr, yet!) shool dis-
play that hidWn $1 gi ft vase even though it ruins her
decorating K e. If they not keep the vase, they should
place a eatfully lettered card beside It sayog, "GIFT
FROM MOTHR." SALLY FROM ALEIANDRIA


- THE OBSERVER By Rus.ei Baker -


All Hail th e Nothiigs!


0 Nmo |urt ta
WASHINGTON "Meet the
fabulous Noodles, ladies an
gentlemen, fresh from the
cheers of the crowned heads
First of all, here is young Kiddc
Noodle, founder of the grou"r
and its spokesman. What is ii
that you don't do, Kiddo?"
"I'm the one who doesn't sing.
lack."
"Didn't you sing at one time
though, Kiddo?"j
"Oh yes, I used to sing quite
a bit and made several fine rec-
ords, but thnr was no future in
It. Then I got the idea of become
ng a non-siger and my records
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think your distinctive costume other three Nbdiles?" is ad
had anything to do with your "Gladly, Jack, first off, here big hand.
access?" is the one and only lda." ,


"Well, Jack, you see, when
you get out there the stage
with that guitar and you start
to not sing, I think you ca just
hrive those little girl cray
without waring the black lath-
?r jeans and having all that
chest hair hanging out of your
Mhirt, see? I mean, those litUe
girls are so wild to have a little
mediocrity they can cal their
own that they'd ream for me
even if I wore a doa teI4 d
suit and a dean jaw."
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of the best.-kwn actresses-."
"-iand th digest paid of
coume. How did youbeeame
such a poor tress, Lda? Did
it come uatiady, or did you
have a lung Owuiln pH:?"
"I owe it to my mot,
Jack. ie ms quiteay that
the reald futue in B comry
lay in cultivating a uaEat.
This country she told me, 'I
ful of siagei who can't Hr
painters. Now, fla ptaind
tors who can acas ad thq.
adl making a milla ore.' I
rity when I was still a bi."
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dhe sep out into the show.
he peode watching at hme
feel flared by lhs do Avey
that theress mebp dy o f
baring tha they ae, ad they
love the iow. On oume S the
diw euws, I peatqpto five
aw a wedL"
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pnlty the most Meleo of aD
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Ends With Quiet Divorce c.a hrswe &minlva
APi -Veteran actor Leon the real-tfe drama Wededat
FAIRFIELD, Idaho (AP)-Aacustody of the couple's in Ames, released after being held that ended with thea capture of
routine, smiaue court-headut minor child, EdaBl ryant Ford, gunpoi or four hoursin aa young m who had fled
Wednesday dme d the mar- with visitaith right by his extortion attempt, with Mrs. Ames. aa hostage.
riage of auto maker Hary Ford father. The couple as two oth er. She was relm eased n ed
i and his wife, An-a mar-idren, Charlotte, 2, "I've played a lot of these after police, directed from a
riage that was launched in glit-Anne, 21. before,"he said. helicopter overhead, surrounded
ring style 2 years ago. Mr. Ford, the former Anne who also is a prominent the car.
The uncontested divorce was cD nU Of Sontamptani, to dealer, his wife, Christine He said the action, reminis-
granted Mrs.Ford rondsng Island, N.Y., was dri cent of a gangster moie start.
S ent crue tnbyl jud s miles from her Sun Valley ed when "I hed the doorbet
of mental cruelty by Judge otltage to this Suth ral Cigarette Sales ring. It was just .ter aam.1
issued a divorce for Idahofarmm aniyfor thei. There was a young low stand-
Margaretta Fier M y, hearing. She retned to the s Off in New York g it a a He said
labe athe wi e pOf whlsion of the s lodge 'Back up and shut up.'
York Gov. Necke "All po ty rgs b d been ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)-Cigar- "He said, lls is a holdup
York Gov.settled by agreement at t e esatks iNew York Statefelan kidnap. Don't try any-.
Mrs. Ford, 44, was awarded time oftheir separation lst If nearly mion packages foy.
summer," a court statement month, cutting state rev.. He asked for $,M0 within
said. No details were dsdwed.I A by about a half-millonn!tw hours I pretended to beI
Ford, 45, grandson of the We 11 sick, thinking maybe I could get
Heny Ford, had no comment on a the gun, but then I realized tohat
the divorce. He was in Detroit. A spokesman for the State was silly."
for a routine meeting of the ax Department said Tuesday When Ames told the man he
Ford Motor Co. board of direc- decline probably was a re- did not have $50,0, the suspect
tors, of which he is chairman. ion i0 to the federal govern- told him to contact his partner,
An attorney represented him at ent nprtbranding cigarette Ralph Williams, and tell him to
the divorce hearing, smoking as a danger health come to the Ames' home for a
Ford has been linked roman- 'The department reported that business conference.
tically with blond, Italian-born rgaette-tax collections for the When Williams arrived, the
Maria Christina Vettore Austin,,till month of January totaled gunman held him, Ames and his
M, the divorced wife of a British ,o10,50, down $40,511 from wife, and a house guest, Herbert
naval officer. 'he $10,1111,014 collected in Janu- F. Baumgarteker, 50, at gun-
Mrs. Austin, in New York, de, y 1963. point until nearly 10 a.m. when
clinedto speak to newsmeu. I The tax Is 5 cents a package.

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CALE L FlORV BUI DS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I MAufana ai**-* l
t stoinBvsava rAiniuo C nr


saled bids Will be ruaebut by ili
S of Pblk utum of Alac Here's How It'Is To Live
tomanrd Flo bi.atsre cWiN f wit l
Board. 1817 E. Uversity Ave.. GIaes-
nilko Flrida, up to .30 p.m., Thurs-
day. March 12. 14. at which T `t t Lt
tise and pisac. all bi ds ed will be nte with L toiterv
publicly opened and sad aloe for tui
asthing all material anid labor and *
ustrufu he n ,m: I By GORDON A. GLOVER If all goes as planned, the per.
parking ]t at A seae Scool I Associated Press Writer
^A Mac.ba, FAoddat. # Wholding a ticket on the win.
atar s dte 'Foitda.
to '.dat mbid at ert ICONCORD, N.H. (AP)-he. ming horse will win up to $102,-
rach bid must be acompamed 'New Hampshireman who ven. ft
bid b.Md inthe amount office er tent tures out of state these days-1
i a ~arded s He ea, isn't likely to feel like a rube Depending on the number of
te, .,1 cuive aledar day -anymore. tickets sold, hundreds of small-
er writianB ire being Se atuch' I Le s i-iwa c i siau-
awad. ter a ritn ronwt Wherever he goes, the New, r prizes wil go to second and
aith th Board of pttbe iIsiructma of i o secon an
Alchus County.. Florida. in accordance Hampshireman is certain to runthird place winners, and to ho
with the accepted bid and Nive a n%.0. hek wh 131 winners, an to hol-
tTa. ut bond am~aory ..4 into city slickers who want to .
Bord amn.amount iuai lo oau. know ow to uy t,., in th of tickets on any norse nm-
trac print e New Hampshire Sweepstakes. mated to enter the race from a!
. PW r Offifteea Shdisdb dAtritt' And when outlanders come tolge field of candidates.
at. sae for is thfl" New Hampshire, they're likely What's in it for New Hamp.
s plans specfin s,and to give with sly nudge andh
tract documents reatie thercto as p e-t s'"a-
pared by Harrs H Gree,. Cola silgM say:
, ts ando o. Okay, friend, so where's ailli Even the skeptics-and there
*d may be examined a the action?" man y-are h opeful that thel
te Superintendent of Public las ructiml This is what comes of living weeps will live up to its bilL
bi C.aitulle.FOrMida.oratthe k . sc, er p ,
., Hari H. o(.Ir w. Unit'f' m the nation's only state with as an effective way of ra
an.. re.r I a state-sponsored, stte-promot Ing an estimated $4 mi oon from
a ato or T optonn of biess e lottery. It 's a distinction that two races a year.
only ttoi wh of a", webifa- Co two race a year.
tons d an trIt c o.ume1C1 Mtay be not everyone bears cheerfully,
,on the offic ,td but even critics agree that New The money will be distributed
a Gri. e. Hampshire's experiment Is :; a flag grant-per-pupil basis
Bidders' qualifrattso mut be axaio has wide o New Ham.hire school dis-,
actre lathe Board of Publicn "voluntary taxation" has wide to New Hampshire school dis-1


ai s at Al ua ta o. o P"olar support. tricts. If it does amount to $4
nh. lard ef Public Instructinof AteI-PopularSup
th wie atorim at r e ay hid l t first real test of enti. mliln, it will roughly dou.-
.to accept any bid which twhe) otsder ment will come in the March 10 Ile the state's aid to education;
to be in the Ibeast public interest andi U
Ject amy and or all bids. presidential primary election, program, one of the most
(3T1 22.13. 3 .. when citizens will decide by lo-. eager in the nation.
Sledbd. i i e meved by cal option whether they want People are r for an
M Board c tr. altM : PiM sweepstakes tickets sold in theirare ready for an
Thursday. March i 1. I tict s iROM est, efficient sweepstakes," says
11, LUw Building, University of o0WnS.
rforida., camovie. Florida., But the real da o d Edward J. Powers, the state's
which time and pace a bid r eal day ofstiny year sweepstakes di-
S.,i be publlcii, .Wed and read will be next Sept. 12, when a 0,0 yeasweepstakesdi-
a&oud for furnluhiin all maleraals rector.
sad lab.r for the coitruiMeti* o field of thoroughbreds will bolt o
Sis ofFr a. poa jfNo from the starting gates at Rock- Powers. ,50 took the sweep.
12. mJob o 4 p. ingham Park for the first run- takes job after 22 years with
Amount of Bid Deposat. 120100O;
D1poat for Plans and Speifica ning of the Granite State Sweep- the Federal Bureau of Investi.
should address them to Dr. J. B e i
of Conti. vi. Dr J. WaltrReitz tO*WE OF THE 5WAt sh
President. Uljiveriv d dFlorida, uDPARTm f U takes are shared by Democrat-.
Cullinenle. Florida Hids. i mailed, Tlallsataw, (larida,
shous be declared the ahoe. ad. rtnO y Itns lc cGov. John W. King, who
dress ot ler thn oe hour before ON UCTION ANDMAW the sweeps into law last
bid en.ANCE P geed the sweeps into law last
All work th.l be do. in acwrd Sealed ill be received ad te April after passage by a Re.-
ance wa h the u nll la Id Sl. State Road Depnrtmn, Ofi es. Ro am
atrim. proceed bBarrt. DRU M ,Holland Building. Taliaa.e. ublicancontrolled legislature.
and hop. Tallahas*ee. Florida. and FerldA. from Qualifed Cntracte a
Moore and May. Gainenflie. lotnda S6" iN WMIs A 3 IEpsi) en Tyeiday1,
schit.ectsand E fmer. s.in ; Sar ., w s " " S rTHURSDAY
los Wtin Formt IM Kelly, Jr.. A.I.A., wor,
Ar.hitactsto the oard of n.----. .... FILET MIGNON with
W ore shen be is archrdaa ithe (D New inductia. i" to kel s A-&G
extract tdcumea peraiat there, a.. B Bsond form itev. ne-- Baked potato with s X Cream &
to. which drawingt. pcal ad Sop du ou salad, sme or p
*ti contract doctUNenis mya be 1 2 )Not" I tddatael wert hcr d j S -tim or p
ecred or xammed by etacril.i sN letting*date* m" h.w Howiion HAM with pi
D Neil Webb, Zone .Architect. Boardlater o a blfa
f Corol. Buii K y of Fr ** w e Baked CHICKEN .......
flrida. Gainesville. Florida. f tt titan thoelr PwR t t'ot Bake C IC ....
FGeral c actor, may .^Ser n.a t. Lousn twt wi. nesauce.
tdawlaia and Ma.at i sr a d,-tX.. m & nrlfmi ST FRIDAY
posit of MINr al w i. limit BOD & SAOPDAJiy n' .N6s: RI
o. tw ,"U r. ot .....:actr. mPS M, o .-M EGG ROLL r SHRIMP
Bidde uapn his t"as oI to f .u. awmle amthes r e*vr swaRse Cole slaw. soup-ciam chowder. C
i-. t t ,, z tuhe Biti .t e*@ a ""'a,, ,ta CREAMED CHICKEN i
mat beaitomer tred i. M t. 61 ese. a u t. a m- Clam deowder
General etetn. .beahn. operatsi ncane .r.s hamCs an Cllns..
msaeia.r dealer ad o other Mterdd NMOW 8e0t1 ir i M Qa M FISH SANDWICH .....
u.s may sets U full or ran *M *in o *r e *.ane an *ie Cam c nMwder.
as o planm an d sportifirtua o by M asi: handral; li ng s; noerg:
pa the. printis andS aSins r tlm Stab sliced am; Typea ad ALWAYS faril
coM af UP L t tA e rae i 0t. f 6 rt T ,rt., as larmad b. e7 VAMIETISS OF
par *sta. eeg u ta it hdle. ato 07Mos .17 6 mO
be isaNRh the* **o at fian e 1Tra Nt''IThoNrDo wnas>
apseattas, t on inea sa. STATE PirET. ajo i e e n
ab" ta. f te a oa anBrn e as a KEy Don. a Au Ca Krnt jcim m
Is V" o "mm wmit wayaf t "" "in Bw t Nod d iJemin*
Ail B .=MT.I Imn iA'n *,A ms Win gNN at
ciut sbee. a t Pf95i hI*Nomi n tWAMVoa rt 0, MIT l
Prat. wil n auin. ue Piop. sW a t l ntp e S m w aa s. r aTmE 1
am, ",On f*asE
*I FPs will h emwo I the W nf.i brndle f prasresi ee. J Bti.
eatio. epa ti"n a'nd teel ple 1614 NW, 13 St. a
ANY CEXKRIL Cafll.ArTOR1bab: M-e handrail: ad A wM ee 4 N.W. I I S.
BID THE DO6TT CHECK SHALt Se T I a., ad an W.1---
29 FORFEITED. 'goal fItm. Lati1 a.m 323d :
Back bid shall be acc.muled by: A Prsa Go7atr, oft s less
a CntrMn. Castier's. TIWSeWoU Ie A r ee 17 of the Meal Starts at
Cheek. or lank Drfl. a yNat- A us M.l Bia. .la e f .a.o f aI
a1 a state Bask. c.,UM eu@act. chn e e., catr'a clak.. T. Tomow" W t
ashl (T e Stat DCemktas r mbeh a pay-AN'd t miarmWl W ak. stehk.
shinek. CtorkM .0l toS. lost .aS ..tY 3M lea. ma ptal a EXCLUSIVE FIRST
able to BOARD Or ( NOLlewr ew lny Bid kftd s -e minmad pne IUM N U
the ea asi ed aeor a a Mtarah mo Stte Gma str thel W J m
a M s m asgtt that the M1TIaL nto ad m d A tMMsaa 'ii A
der Wi e rtam e r u.e M. u.;a se e *r imraft achm& m i
ar wmt, tI fhm the e.tltla- irb i e eu m e I t(Se "f th, s.
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RM.. ids. 'l a in t. eat ehe t e.am Pm Caoser a ma"tWe p.g eg
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"Bring it here by or Ill
kill al thn of these peop,"
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'ey sat in the Ames home,
drink coffee under the watch-
ful eye of the young man with
the cocked p. e, witl Wilum
returned with the m ey about
12:15.
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He didn't my be had notified
police d that the place was
sounded by officers-nud
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Ames' mouh ankles adwri,
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HUGH
EDWARDS INC.
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LOCATION
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HUGH
EDWARDS INC.
n Is Ave. & lit iet
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bath. Receatts om. 3M
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J. Pierce Smith


REALTOR
S N.A lSt U. 5-1um
aMs GeM AS AUh
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eaeral hait. biu k men.
Leave town. Phian Ft .M5.

FORDYCE

Features
Wealthy
Sye, ir wil yieM a rich
m c sfIt sl Eantily.
S* mu ar bt ilplbea
Alb thren m b bedroms
Neeus kutes m wit pratre
dtae w. Thm te
S MoriY Chslal Is Rmoe
*I6 by a beAsltl lawn abeaM-
lag i eamell bAhw Call
AFODYC I & ASSOCIATES,
INC.q 3-23.
House Proud
Mn ea a will be wb thi U
atsdl 1 he bh 1m be 11 h
Wel psasd fhr true "ivaility.
A lovely wed panelled 1Hvi.s
mam wh bamed ela
loks b t a vny attMatiu
terrm. The aify room with
adjitgt pad and a gay kUB
Che will make se truly proud
f tbis lime. Coalct FORM
DbCE 6 AMOCATS. INC.,

Living Room
holds at otds. Livablity
hI adet dnlerib this amp.
tbe fer bedims. two imth
haMs. A lovely living mm
vnrl-ekMg a v"1y attractive
S1pee1 holed trraes a*
read t JIM iadKsipUt
als a lare beall- i chm.
Tons e is mUi B to M .R r
wry amde EMOllent low
dem am d -m m"
terms h aU er bdet.
CALL FORD&CE AMOC.
IArsE. INc., 57425.

FORDYCE

ASSOCIATES,

INC.


Maplse lio
Uiixipb Lbta I
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um. xa MRr Draw
Mr. L. W. Milar. Amids
Mr. Manem BIe" AnmdeS
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THE JAMES CO.
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13 N.W. -= ted. iNar C
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YOUNG

AMERICA


HOMES

NEW BRICK
MODELS
OFAN 10 m.TiI DA
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RICA
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35 HoM for Sale

FOR SALE BT OWN Ia M
CM aMbe TV sem, atl
sMI I lit Av. e r al 37-

IT OWNM. 111 M NE 14 A".
VA lieu. e For tale B
Ia R. 2 bt. 1 Iair eoelttlor,
eNelS masch" &
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arame. Call ft -s.

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lath. irsi heat im be-
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CsiAPER THAO =aT: 3-BR3
1-blith. U aW Tar. W.


.. "M wa 2 mi.
CA"n "a""r

AS 1 $atsm bet 4 ter.o NMs.
Cae tR -- --
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UamdB a it la "tlttad
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oet. Min Irhi. N. W. Me-
Tse. heall dews prme.
Mnfate NU er. Nil N.W.
3M Place. Wm t VMa. For ap.
pom elt h e an d further
details. eall James QaIcer.
ClasiM Awr. Daon &t
il.*t.. P.. ai.r .,
abiaL ne -
NO DOWN PAYmNT a aL. a
bath. Central ed t eStrdh at
Mld. NtUedL. ISAK. CalU
A 3ONE Flar Fiel. Ige. spa
uving aria With walt pua.
e141 Kilid putes M ft.
*o WeMdi m aned io., 3
BR. X baths. cmtral aLr-comi.
tinian and heatlag, eat-ina kit-
show Ws inbult-ia aeo. dish.
washer andiEqal. Close to
actool. UMoM. a NW Mt
Turnace. We *ays after 5.


BRAND NEW
Th eeMoaatla will be eam.
PMle In a few damrs -ftese
two *attrative thmes a NW
Ilk Av. -0 USm ef West.
woo dne.L A m M. I bath
and a R 2 bath. Both hav
all modersi features sch as;
Cent. hea and air enkadlodaeg.
hawood floors. fami trly room,
lamg laes s& &tr ynrtm.
double carport sidewalk tao
seooL Nicety wood oned hairl
ace it. pPriced to a NOW.
Goed IVs. CEa S YM-w.
UNIVERSITY


REALTY
1115 N. Malt t. Pt. 3Y,241
W. . Mura. i after

DAN BYRD
AGENCY. INC.--fEALTOR
NORTWEST I edim 1I bath
maaOry bhome des to sihop.
pat and bus line, fenced ina
back yard on uea shady lot.
Easy to buy with A Imanc.-
Ing with low dows payment
and maUl oatafty payments.
OtR BEDROOM Dial FR 2.
2 11 1*4 this pacous borne
elose to University with I baths,
large Florida oom a uetra
lar lt. This home Is vacant
and well eSae. d.tA take a
loo..k today.
ArrENTION LOT SEEKERS:
3 large wooded lots between
GamnevUill HBih School and
Wertmoad Junior High. 13.500.
DAN BYRD AGENCY, INC.
REA. ESTATE INSURANCE
MOBTGAGE LOANS
ASOCIATES;
WaN Iteddard. E. E. Howasy
I N.W. X at.. P. F S.2511
Member Multiple LstUng
EXTRAORDIKATY FEATURES .
ORDINARY PRICE from own.
o. 3 BR. 1 % n tile bath.,
wall wel eauls hardwood
floor, separate DR. eat In
ki iems pi etlomes, as
los, I. tO, 4 hbUs. em. A
IIHS. irubs & lawns.
feseed arl d a f stast. 17
ma. Icl. T & L Total SU0M.
71> NW lM Las.
GLADYS
SMITH
I and emaluDf es North-
wet. Lely 3 bedroom home
with two full baths. All bul.-
in kiche. Extra ates carpet.
Ihg us Ad pm. utng roo
has fiilce. Priced at Ms,.
Phie m531.21
BRet buy Ia quality Northwest
kome. wIAM I A. M c down
pluas a cotGl Cbtral heat
ad* sk.ad.lmuu.. La. and
OpUrat D.R. Two large bed-
seoms plus two tile baths.
Florida reoa. Pioeu 3713.


ft acre ha Nortwed metlm.
erw bedrms. two hth home.
Twe slame. All latertor ey.
p pauIMed. Pried at U3tl
aL Phoml 3s-5.
$13SM rFA buys tht 1 bed.
nam. I bath bem. 400 down
in doi fu eiu. P14ee
sma
P. L Yos am. Four bed.
mAI., 2 bathi. uLving room
VUh fiePflae, mparate dialae
mae.. hrials rcos. Prked at
Limu s Ptem 75m.
GLADYS SMITH
REALTOR
Multple LUUag
Pliuen las Beu Griffia
Ca b Nw Dai Ridle
MI W. University nPhom s,-S

OWN YOUR
COO "ATIVi
APARTMENT

University Pork

n 11025
ft. L i edes, Fi.


ISH meamir


FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR

Better Than New
Bgeuntl redecorated Inside
and out. This home hi mc-.
Was living area opening oets
lar Krened porch and pa.
tio. Fine lawn with ferned
backyard. Desirable Weatalan
location. Paved street. Excel-
heat buy $ItM.

Split Level
3 bedrooms., 2 baths. Located
2 bltks from Elemetary and
Junior Hilgh School. Kitchen
with dishwasher and disposaL
landscaped yard. paved street.
HUIM down toa quafd rFHA
Buyer. M M per month knclud-
as taxes asd lamract.


121/2 Acres
as ft. on pavement just off
Newberry Roard approximately
It aulleo at Wooded and clear.
Md arsas Perfect for mllisdg
mile io family wkh horMe.

Exclusive
With tr ofBet. *iAriJstAte of
homes with pmie aplenlv 2
bedrooMs. I Inv" baths, nrer.
s*tand Mrto dilnen room.
family ro0n. fiplace in tlv.
ing room. central heat and air
aonditioing. Beauttul carpet..
Leos than $40 .

ARNOLD
S eaal Caompany t
Multiple Ung UMsmember
I l9 ty rmW .i Av. rm 72 2
A3 blkt o Lke ForPte Sem.
Jae Calduell Waye Haonn
Jm S ohepprd F W Hodee
Charlie Maeo Bob Kalkman
4 McKinneoo wt
heatifn ind air condldosint
4123 MasonryW 15th home

100 OWN $995 0 YTAI.
3 BR. I bath frame house wit
o.l can tiUty ila. ra, n equip"
ped kitchen, 1IOS lot, trens.
3 bia. l .ikea Forme wlen.
75me- per cent. Ownrpa ill
be on premist Sun only. RV1
SUnique il E. Ulv.
Aie.

McKinney

Green

Deaton
REACTORS

Masonry Home:
Seoucanp qualify etar in FHt
loan ve can place you prtmen a
3 B. R Masonry Honm oi h
=7 a Ir f0.0 cub a down paip-
at fa y vaer will pay all
closing coti Call Fit I.
3617.
Unique
Combination
TIm advantages of ol nio a
homelike duplex make. this
an exc. ptonal investment You
a elusive Mon apartment
with family privacy and prom
tGreen the Inc. rentl ome
Busine other cationt Wll
lA ocated oaton 4 t redentalouth
ara. Sut tant l f44 aing
avilabl tof 40 alified buyr.
Exclusive with Mcli ney.-
Green, Inc.

Business Location
A good location t tilea South
of tfwir on H 4y ll having
a frontage of 450' and ai-
pronlmtelyv W' In depth -
300 frotaie and 300' depth
-is totied Business A A good
location for several types of
businesses. Good terms can be
arranged. Investigate. Call FR
ASSOCIATES
J. Fred GuY
cel. J. W Davis
Jayne Butterworth
H. J. Wllthire
Multiple I.flrln
0 NW M* DRIVE Z A rel
value New-By owne"., NW
Section, 3-BR 1-bath, Florida
room. dinlKg room, 19. kitchen,
large Patio, hbarwood floors,
t entral heat & air conditioning.
I bl. carport,. cli to uitle.
weed & Westwood Schools.
Phone FR I-041: after 4 p.m.
& Sun Call R nt2
LEAVING town, must smell
bedroom Ulivi room, dining
roem, kithea, nice bath. ear.
port with gtarage Central
heat. Located In nice neigh-
borhood. Only $500 and ..
some 111,000 5 per cent
Mortgage Sho an by appoint.
met. FR P-253.

SlaMew Lawn s1tat#
Custom-bunt homes hat l k
cutom-baUlt. If you an tired
of homes with that ub-divl.
lon look, ee
F. D. Ofive. BMr.
jo. ,11 %4w
West NW th Ave. past
the Glm Springs latSee-
tles. See ls" a Wft .

MCCOY'S
Macomi Homes,
Inc.
ToF r lae, very ttrative I-
bedroom .1-bath home 41t
Un. iversity Ave.; walking
tlane o Lake Poreit
hool. Price 12.sm. $MI
an d 9.50 per month.
Cal Gerald or V Q McCoy
r. Day ra t-4 anihtIs r
$4013. Office, eerc N. Ma


ANOTHER CUSTOM

BUILT HOME IN

PINE FOREST

* The buyer who octs swiftly can enjoy
many years of gracious living in this
custom built Redwood model,
* Marvelous kitchen, with General Electric
built-in ovw, range, & PoMbge diposol.
* Huge family-dining room with built-in
breakfast bar.
* Large living room highlighted by cherry
panled entrance foyer.
* 3 good sized bedrooms, moter bedroom
suite has walk-in closet room.
* Indoor sundry. Custom screened potio
S perfect for enfttonm
* Suw ed by touring tires on huge
9aKInTft.lot
* $l700. 100 down VA. only $123 per
Mi@Mh sones & ikmaance. FHA
tuWmalnnllable.

PINE FOREST.
by HUGH IhWARMD, INC.
N IM Aa & IM St. St.
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QUALITY

HOMES

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Carol Estts
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TERMS!

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Ph. 6-5394
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FOR FINE HOMES


Gainesville Multiple Listing Realtors


Fohrd*a Asciaom
A What Wimuni
. W. lterick*ty
.Pcwiimu-Gren-Duton
Ja MJrritA Awency
Tom Dobon Agenicy
Wilbur Bihop, Rultr
M. M. Porriih & Asociates


J. PiGe Smith, Realtor
.Glad" Smiot aItty
&goTew. Roly
niwrsty Realty
Arnold Realty
ban Byrd Agency
Arch (ampbell, Realtor
Red Franks, RealI Estate
1 Ratph F"sey


1Sun Wan Ads Get Resu


NOW'S the.


MOVE UP to better iving


Sale of New Homes Continues Thib Week:


VETERANS:
You Can Buy A Nw
Home For As Utile As

$I( DOWN

Include ClsingaCeoh)

$74 59 MO.

(Incdiem Im. and Tom)


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ERNEST TEW REALTY
Ausaltes
L J. Loans to Jeda
alphM Ganom
21% NW 1ti at. MM=0
FOR SALE BY OWNER As*
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bag oan. bltk fu. l n.
Randall LAW dmMA W&t
kgo area oh soisd bet

BY OWNER )"CAR 1011 =am
A. ga Bg. bath, CCB heaM.
tAell dows pmus H NI
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SPECIAL orrn
S12M ow J. so VAN".
3=eioi 1 both. sermad
poC Air ch lietleoir. TV W
tuea. Near Shibs OtCr
and Schools. N.K Phme
FR 6-192.L
PAINT THE DOWN PAYMMTW
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hat homo -W anar eo01
NiMets ba a siedMa Noar.
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are available e WateiO t M
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prim. MAS. D Wspay
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age dioal. S te ai od.
k amt. heut., 19. stItSY rm.,
A workshop. I. coner t.1
Waking dtisu e to elm. &
Jr. mkhg th00ol. PO oumbe
.lp. 361 NE Utk Drimt Psoe

37 RSI ld. Euxchmgol
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r below. Gin flte partkeilars
sad beatis. Will alt trWe
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V. lUbbors As Tames 3.

19 COt of TOMw hey
NEWnERY. I Vheoa I batl.
CBS'-. uIk e"t l l
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U. 5GR34. htakor. Pbef
FR 6-33.L
$10. Bmall tr- boun, I
amr1 ci lad. Is Ardmr 61a
Priced for 4"e UW CA
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DAN BYRD AGENCY. INC.
REAL. ESTATE INSURANCE
MORTGAGE LOANS
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70 Ioh-Maim pi. IS AUTOMOBILES f SALI

NEW 4' D1aft buat wt "
HP Ja NseW MIbetll lt 1M5 H MiLLAN IMNXz. 4 dr.
trar. W t ad asaumt sedan, eM lWeI new brakes.
payma of eS w. m. FR I- rad'. easgmk ii cdn,. e-
i.L cellent %adile. iSM. II NW
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1' PLYWOOD bhL ara ad --
oaM 5 .. m.tr Iia i OLDS conovrtibe, Xcelletm
diUM i. ph R GI I con"dilte. with war lop, aew
S a trahnmiuio powePr brake,.


72 Office Evu p
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M Ihm SPeey automatic
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tiL Dal r-SS. Pater'
Omis Ofloe Ourai1 to-
tar. 11 W. Univ. Ave.

73 Mu"Acl Moccbo
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USED


GRAND PIANO

$495
Gridley
Music Co.
GAINESVILLE
MOPPING CENTER
FR 2-5353
o0e Mm. & Fri. ti ll
AuMtomothvo


Power steer ng. leather up-
holstery, rarpets. Call Frank
alter I.n Tuei. thiu Sil FR

U CHEVROLET V4. dr.
hardtop, auto., air., ell or
trade FtR 2-55 alto, P M.
IMPALA CHEVROLET O1U.
la excellent condition. tall P
4-S $after P M.
196 VOLKSWAGEN. radio, heat-
er, au ft-, new paint ob, ex-
elleot mechanical contilon.
really cleas. Will ad r trade
for old model auts. Phom
37-72M.


iU rFOR eo.M rtlsR. adio.
heater. powr ileatr T-Bird
enaste. Excrlent running
Condo. WP FR 1-UM. 2-171.
1 mvHEYROLET rwo sa le V.
automatic transnlMeion. 210
Excellent ndol. Call 372-35
alter 5 pm. or weketndi
156 TBIRD, low e Ueae c
cellet coed k very cleat.
with radio, healer. good tirs.
A real bartsan l atl 3150,l
Phil at FR 4-0104


........ ATENTION Mechanics: Extia-
-c lelan '54 Chevrolet, 2 new litr.
77 Al" Hsee foasa : s :r "* ;t adio Needs onom
kp o reri. 372 173 vpate
SHOP & SAVE PM.
sTOWN & COUNlMY a. .
T AILER SALES FOR SALE a V4 Flat head
M3 SW Archer Rd. Ford motor. Good coottion
------------- Call FR i t3- bet i and
ALL albui s hoo trailer. 7 pm.
Cunsie b. b t, alls s cabana. -- -r-md
iHr. Paully lamulated. sas wall- 1957 B 4 dr.lit s A iH
at sans. Air condiloaer. pa. & li. extra tIean, Iay
Prtic far quick sale. 3 gal- : od mehiankally. Price 517S.
IN hot water tu. PhWel it i FR I4130.
62 r M404.I '57 FORD V4a. nutonffine ;
1 0 ELVEDME 1 a5m dor 'do lt'r. Seter. good t0rd clean
st. walk arase. patio. walk a5d 4ai or to00 M Photoe
and driveway. Excellet comd. 4.
SIX ?bS. 16.IU. IN PONTIAC 4 d harrcjei
with very clean by p1i
40 vate Arty CaLl li .-I4
M S day, d orl FIR 2- 1397 eening,
MODELS Sunday.
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE' FOR SALE any part of I
FROM LOWEST PRICES. Chwolit wage except en.
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. IMe. widnd & top. Alsa
TRAILER MART ha t' M re.linalc tan.niailo
Hwy 17. Phone 310-14 -- -
OPEN WEEKDAYS r13lFAU 4 dr wason, delue
lN W KDY itrust A. T.. R & H, ,at
UNTIL 9 p.m. belts, lugga rack, tirec la
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 gate window, red & white i.
EAST PALArKA, FLORIDA 'idae out. phone 376 loU
TWO boom ia rller, FOR SALE 1 MCadilac fVille.
IM. M bwedn m bo ftraU. ully equipped tIi hke new.
MW Cl be raed Priced for qui k sale WC0,
orne rPhone 376-1553
sai MOdM" i Friday I s
to L '1 RAMBLER AMERICAN. -.
OY THAT IMPULSE. Drive a f door. $0 and asum.e on.
e to av a liot. Below mar- tract. P. 0. Ba 137. Starite.
ke. sla. La Geneva Trail. Florida. 37-2
a SalI. 10M. SE Key. 1F7 BELAIRE CIVROLET vYI,
1* *SIIBH fOOt automatic trans., radio & heat.
er. ee Inside & out, Ideal
\ V A nd I sde Da. |1 NE
JAGUAR CLASSIC XK120
Trailer Sales WHITE SUPER SPORTS
OY miNsts need saply. Dec.
Stme toe r as spoiled me with beat
Pacemaker Mobe HSomeI of care. ad only a good homi
sadi" and Airsaoa wth TLC will perisde Ii
Trawl TralIs leave. It you can dreali me
Ocals Fle Mowo Home you dd't deserve o So piaes
Deah-Sbo 1IN S ay AWAy rOMl 71* N E. t
11a Str hSprieM Blvd. si.t.
ooals. ri n FALCON. ULi new Small
equity and amumi payment.
NOW LHOWiGof 154 per month. Will cost
IM1 MOBILE HOMES aider trade. Also i41 Chev.
SAnd 3 bodies. all Floor rol, Excllet mechanical
Plant TrsUl tablord to mMt condlio. 4 new tubeless tires,
yo budgt. Drive a tlitll ad Call FR 2-a3 to 5 p m
CONNOI.ILLY 't COMET A-1 Codilio.. 29M0
mwMeNoHor U Lb. e miles Phone 2SM.3
IMlIU North m U. L 41 FIRST$35 tsaks I. By owner.
pom -aI M 1I5 Ciualomls Ford, r dr.
cloeCod Suda"y radio, heater, Vt Istranght
OM BR trailer sale ith I new pint & headliner,
N s *IL len t than 4. aue.
CaUa. Price$10. 'mdo w Call 2116i.
Is GOf -o Trailer Part. am. ________ -
II. ShA ME ?. SALE ST CA LnTT Brt
FOR SALE ar I odireoa I p o wer air clean. a
].ro Kl d room trll, sew. Just take over payment.
a. Excelled1 on. Mass. Phone tark 64.1, o. r e n.
Ws Iedasarat.- SIX Hawthorneftac tR. L.Grathatm, Box 442.
R"nL PR afl0. Stare., Fla,
SWOLVERINE trilicr, lx, -6. I Ut.vY atyn ,-agon
IL I ian d oke up ply. Air l otionOI, auto., ran...
SMo. Call 41 radio & belater, ee matts
3M Arber, U k r yce whrne 11o waIIa. 4 1 miles
er Mara Naiut. less k u St. mae. ol S. It
DRIVE A LITTLE y 2171 tit s y-M =t rill
SAVE A LOT 1_
AVO a are. aim ita akid e ad RD e1lo waio n, l"lu. -
$turs bmwa.me. cane r u Very good o dl t lo V-I,
Swr Cosmdtst Sm i ad I* Straight iert $750. Sm after
a 3A1 ACT. We dont FR 21104
oS fsi. eE YOUNs.w NO re.ooab. offerrefused for
T top... HsO of t dtiy.4. BUICK (tury, See,. drive

M= ROME SALES. I mile
*odSii of Ketisee Heights
lossa IU- GU vl .e 1 ustmobilesW aws

75 TRUCKS POM SALE WANTED, I. t1tinIi FA ordi
I I aad Chevroi. Soc at Heradoc
IOU DWfSATIONAL % IMe Setrvce ltWL. 1 I.sE. Sb
P. U. Whod. God inis Street
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S*arm ,ISI towP WAWNED 17 Chem'lt lalr.
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62 DODGE. *$1388 8 oLFORD
Lw. tud.. t.rquAf. io.W. h or, t wall rm 6 FORDM ....
57 MTRMOP
61 CHEVROLET.. $1288 57 FORD..
Cmvoi, asd whin. Fel
61 FORD-.... $1188 56 DODGE
61 FORD . . $1188 56 FORD
V-8, sedn, std. tranmiion, radio, heater. 5
55 CHEVRO

60 DODGE. . $988
Sedin. 6, Torqueflite, pomr steering, heater. FREE
-WITH UCM

60 COMET . $888 58 CHEVRO
Sedmu. era. heat.
55 MERCURY
60 FALCON .. $688 55 BUICK
Seda, white a red. radio, heater.57 D
-57 DODGE

57 DODGE . $288 53 CHEYRO
v. haoe 56 MERCU1
58 FORD ..

Poole-Gdble

Used Carsn 4
IDODGE-DART-DODGE TRUCKS)
514 N. Mein St. Tel. 372-4951 302 W
302 NW $th


rCARS
NESVILLE! !

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WN PAYMENT!


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St..im wage
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4-dr. has every
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LET
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NOW THRU FEB. 29. GET ALL THESE EXTRAS FOR:


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64 Olds
Chos sea. LUb braid
-.w a- ftrme awiar-

$AVE

64 Cadillac
C -nLrte. L a m. no
b'aa ctr. La. mhua. Fat-
I r waramty. raerr air
no fM ige. On the
we .W evtt... U
$AVE

62 Cadillac
" re w "0m- 1.,
aba.e. "mar. liw
usr u *te ditadurt the

$4295

62 Cadillac
dm dEalUk. Tatry idr.
aft -. OWuN*
white. td ew abMe 6
$3995

62 Cadillac
I window ta. Fearb "air.
Om2pie white. Oe owner.
fM 19 Of*t. Oe Of


61 Cadillac
Cavetibl. Factory ir. Ful-
ly iiopd. sBlack altter.
Ge the bet for about the
mce of a aniKe -
prim -wo cu.
$3295
61 Cadillac
oae. Faten *lr. Mtt
letasan nM over elympe
whie with beautiful em lb-
$3195


OPEN


Me., Tues., MTh.
Fri. 'i 8 pan.
SWwdey'e ti p
S ,rdy 'S 4p.m.


60 Cadillac
Me D VS la. e' a.
nee I a. L

$2795

57 Cadillac
ftsstm a"btelaW.
Tremam vake.
$995

56 Cadillac
C-e Do V. rrtw a*.
$495
63 Olds
* bau Oe" odw.
-m Se. & re. by
a a g. LM- aedmS
ITM smaw. C.d kg ee-
mea wafTaf. RINCED.
$3895
62 Olds
* burd" "w M. radew
sir. Fully eMipMd. letanto
"wmtwll REDUCID.
$2895
62 Olds
'W Itatims eWBM. Po u
ppw. .am amum ant
mani. 1ee m. &emblMt
hir at Webaa trip
wM the eNm...
$2695


* .a rstaer a ir Powe
mrN8mr f. t mrak
$2595
61 Olds
Pew teff & ht aes.I
maSms MarWr.
$1995
60 Olds
* eftirt$e. 1sft9 lt
$1595


59 Olds
..U ... -..
$1095
58 Olds
* noawi misu. Far
a. t. ea ne
0~-. "e.dk& t
$895
58 Olds

$425
57 Olds
* alas. Fay Sr.
$495
56 Olds

$395
63 Buick
Tease air. rul pewe.
on OM*r. WIte watth Ma
ma bt.no. L,. nMt
peu*rfr REDUCED.
$3696
60 Buick
Itvit hardtop mad. Mid
*ilkt hie. One power. Ex.
eetl$1395 ice.
$1395


$3895 62 Olds 59 Buick


U SONM ..an retWl sk
$1195
63 Monza
Co W. Wit. Id b.atd
seat. Malte, beatr, mte
trum. 17,4N am. RS.
$1995
60Chy
ImpalaA NS Faory air,
a u $1& brak5.
$1495


60 Chey
lte"'wan. laen air.
tafe rem we.w
$1495

60 Choy
Irt- If *ylR
$1295

59 Cho
Inaw. IRe"tt aun. vw" .
V4 Ato ft".
$1195

59 Chev
ImPalk, u Mdaa. T 74.
Pwe tAewi w &
ame.
$1095


57 Chev
Seda. & Itmarlt l .
$395

61 ford
Gaillue asas. Factory air.
POwe K"w r & rak.
V4, rado, hlaetar, arui truu..
electric wIowI, Tutinis att.
Low malel.e V y smooth
cr. RI)UCEn.
$1595

61 ford
Galtoe. Mdu. V4. rat,
hetst. late traum.. lit
bim. Sharp.
$1395


61 Ford
Galitle aruito nion. Tae
t- aIr. por -1wing &
brake. to te Irmsn.
$1295
61 Ford
Matie wape. V4. radi.,
healer, auto traa. LlM
greens. Pl
$1495


0


B & G MOTOR CO.


CARS:
CARS:


115 S.E. 2nd Ave. ......................
2001 N.W. 13th St. ....................


FR 6-7515
FR 6-7515


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REGULAR LIST PRICE PLUS 1' GETS:
Radio 0 Heater 0 Whitewall Tires '64 Tag!


RANGEE MOTOR CO.
"It's Easy To Trade At Crane Lincoln-Mercury"


516 S. Main St.


'64 RAMBLER


Classic Sedan. Full Price:




18 6 3 pius tax & tag.


Rambler



WBe es u egml 2-
drm'"


Bank


Financing


Rambler
Wagon



Amiss's Lk s
m: w I!
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LIMITED TIME ONLY!!


RIDOWAY Motor Co.


FR 2.36311


HAWES

POWERS
MOTOR CO.
Frre-igoy w

WILIUR SLIGH

WlAr wide su invite
M ifmany fisa and
steamers to drop by and
see him at
ll2 N. Main ShMet
f 6.3400


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MPFOMANO
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RAMBLER
TRADE.INS
Alt CUANI l& T itCAU
61 RAMfLEU 4-dr Seden, autowntic tranWmiuion,
radio, heater, reclining Mats. Executive car. 5,000
miles. New. Sold for $12878. Now only .... P21W


62 FORD
rairtMs sm, muler se.
vrtib, like new. Autmatle
tran it e. rate. heatr, .
aLm sKtuml .a..
$1995
61 RAMBLER
'slac 44r sedn. aadat
t.aasiao, Matr. bam
eteaA
$1095
60 CHEVY
glkS Wan. rthesar, a-
ira ake. Staardt tNaflO-
e MA. dwe, wte a aBite.
leanwt V.
$950
60 FALCON
RaM iepr. Cea.
$795
59 MERCURY
Meseir 4r..o. dan ae-
mat, rait. hater. NiMe.
$895
59 BUICK
dati ., MLWak, irt
stebia. seam sim. pM.
iw. m n *8 Ike wa
$1095
57 CADILLAC
4* -N. .iasS., r.ats.
hatw. me wSas as
Hwaaeml


62 FORD
Late mw railasteM VS
Dgine, aulmat k tramml-
ee. pewW aring, radt
hens. AM bume uk&f
$1795
61 METRO
Ce.erUle,U LMa Re. rat.,
WON. Wte mu wth.
$695
60 FALCON
4- lA. atarl trau.
males, heater, Oa de.
$795



$1095
59 RAMBLER
4-dr Cn CNemy Sasd
Wasm, axs else. assail.
$895
59 CHIY
his hve. feiar


57 CHIV
4*. talkmst .. VA.
albat.. rote. -iear.


$350 I $95
NO DOWN PAYMENT
O FOD..S S4 M. VW $U M_
SttLYM.. $32M. R.mlerS MS.
hiSTm ..$Mb fl...IC. o32 M.
57BUKE $UMe URICK 26Mb
.s..v su *..
an = w bma gom 59me**O g


63 Pontioc
Bonneville 2-door hardtop,
radio, heater, automatic
transmission, power steer.
ng, power brakes, air con-
dtoned, a black beauty.


63 Chevrolet
Imptala 4-dr hardtop. Ra-
dio, heater, power steer-
in g. brakes. automatic
tranmiuion. Sharp!
$2695

63 Comet
Willagr Station Wagon,
bucket mats, radio, heater,
automatic, trnimmsion, air
condcitimied, Only'
$2595

62 Cheivret
Corvair 4-dr sedan, radio,
heater, stick shift. Now


$1395


62 Falcon
2dr. radio, heater
$1395


61 ChOnot
V4 *nll-. 4-dr sedan.
r d, hlsuer, beautiful red
fwlh.
$13"
61 Fed
FaPmn 4-h, 64cWer
rad, her..fe we



4-*' C-tmn. a" br.
m" chat Local or.
$1995


w. CAN V


63 Mercury
Monterey 4.dr hardtop,
power steering and brakes.
Factory aif, bucket seats.
Was $3495 Now only
$2995
62 Comet
4-dr, 6-cylinder, standard
trinsmissuion, radio, heater.
Clean and ready to go!
$1495

62 Renault
Dauphine 4 door, rodio,
heater, seot belts. Good
Kconomical 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 tram-
msain. This beauty n
be yours for only
$1395
60 Comet


4-dr S wdan, 6-cylider, ra-
dio, heat Clean and
mn sd to sell in a hurry
Some right on down!
$1045
MI ery 4-dr, radi,
bnke, aflinmic traw.
misi n, it to bliA
It!
$12"
60 Fd
4-k Sedan. V-8 *.
faOu hilw., adtit
not a mkww!
"49


60 Chevrolet
Pickup. 6-cylinder, stan-.
dard transmission,


59 Cadillac
4.dr Hardtop, radio ,
heater, power steering,
brakes., automatic trans.
mission, ar conditioned


$1995


59 Chevrolet
Brookwood state'n wagon,
rad o, heater, 6-cy!inder,
standard transm sston An
excellent buy on an ex-
cellent car'


59 Plymouth
9.passenger station wagon,
loaded with accessories in-
cluding or conditioning
An opportunity you can't
afford to miss!
$845

59 Pontiac
2 dr hardtop, radio,
heater, power steering.
brakes, automatic trains-
mission, air conditioning,
finished in o beautiful


$1195


59 Ford
, 4 cylinder, radio,
I tondod tr".
y, ou for only:
$695


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,trade at 'co-
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SAVE UP TO $300.00!!


14


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SAVE
HUNDREDS
)F DOLLARS

60 Mercury
hon. Maawny Pfw

$1195

62 Crown
Imperial Soulthampton hard-
io *edan Ftriory air, ru<..
patrol. lkaded with extras
tIody the ownership d
Ca)ler' fnest RELCED
-
$3195

58 Plymouth
Wevedere mde4 Air ad
$495

59 Imperial
oathimplton hardtop edai
Air conditioned
$896

59 Plymouth
( usiom suburban Station
**W \ I Auto trans
$695

58 Plymouth
I pibsenier ttsli'on wa
Power mer: Va.
$495

56 Mercury
Custom d'r odan V4. Auto
trBans. radio, heater, poer
bnku.
$250

58 Lincoln
Ciare hardtop coupe Pull
power. Beautful white A
ink. Very room Bl, rom
portable, powerful
$895

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OLDSMOBILE
DEALER


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'Happy, Girls Dig Beatles at Carnegie
W&m fP ,l I6 T on b8At l o3**k.


KW YORK (AP) te
atseelayed Carnegie Hal l
Dedm CwsCno Ha
Wednesday nia*t ad It wu a
waime performed.
MTe Beatie looked like an
amusng prody of the wod
delmets Amerien rock n'
rl bmol Tbe w "'oed
Is ued laviUant, for no e,
epealy the screaming lutle
girl., actually heard the B-
tes.
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Sh b l t St by theo .-"*obective," he woom amy -
her aalbU at dam. Johnmi dUted. hus
T1tse l?1 Pidint the p- been kow tol othe Wthe
P I M perC, lin lpartic llor "White Hou lobby wbr m
A dit Iat dbewfh lmbi lla o Irw doth O ing h auiv startled reported. Ithe printed
. Sm? W e h ki tmparp mumn ,, SBaltore Siun, toe maW a pereddt John. word is displeasi, the wer
Sm fbalm JM* s b i b bM New t T111, NeW York an ttat greM t INportance nmay geta peraomal phoe call
-V41 I t ber* oes a a pt raN h s, .i York to the ings that rMporter and from the Pmident, who does
a& s.M am V .ar Ia *nusan d. Da (ws asi.go Tihae P-ndi= write about him. an not hesitate to suest amend
S WdappWS K, di S1 W. tS m S am aid lhi quirer. IBk artic trike h im favorite ment.

5 A i MEN'S MID-WINTER


Op Toni' Til 9


j COME ON I
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-begu early Ie .o morning f am, s SWf B Ji ls Jo LM, Paul McCurtey,
andlaedafdqMdfi4l tMta w or wl-'iteur'h"rrcouoM George Harrisn and isPg
mam a khe isa~ b l daw tStuotoeph abnds.
Hotel-wherS to Beal are Oewp.aAt MaBe bD iwa5art
staying-to Psylwania sa. who ditt les at in ha I o to teir eyem
toh-wher they wee ardg Arth row, wit a ddc a hn
from Wsingetoo-to Carie lap and ane hir besi i COUCH
all. Whi Ut uid t O id ~ WWWs wwC W
b pe y at be, it theiS t to be M. WODDIRFUL
s a "tem Nele A. RoM, e, tl e Nr New.
tidltohow yforSWaboutalfYk governor's wife. Im ValtIlOne
bWour at eaci of two show o the youngitegn Were Jamie ad
DoMlodrt mftdis om We*t*Math bgha &rUlDayGifts


bar r uiua.rriage. ALL
Pope Gives Lenten Talk mrte eaMorat- M W"
a re Ut Aii' perfmmaIce
VATICAN CITY (AP)-Pope truth mst Ibe mase to I "d weIOw fd te aa p OCgT RADI
Paul VI told peacers ad w ith t gaumt mAU.gt Airy thB sr p." wm"

lre Pope, who spoke to the m in ( am *0i7) t mUk raa e m
ife has bte case n PAhal speacly (wby eMisern i e IN u

bWdnesday, la, dayaI deaed ed e the -oenlne Hotel b& M 1i'm *
%secret Popcer t to (anda an.........a..a

"Ideals are in crisis:; philso- what i we, Sud do law o Tho1Baeatuifatre hamy- b ta
phy has been replaced by calcu- Goi mwho do't already k
latiom of Immdte utility. it, are four rih Inmor
Fears that things are worseo- The Pope rged te prach- WI GIFT WRAP OUR
o, as if this were inevitablers "to fiuate pir to INCOME TAX ZENITH SALES
overom the prit, while .pir- bete tbt. S a .i" a N
ual Mnd nMMl a g ulo g ain idbema watt e GAINVESYIWLE OCI in St.
-7k word ofthe spirit iee P 0 K'S. ur o
to have been lift in the ab- 8 MN.W. t. I M2924 Of ZINITH Redi
bard of doubt and spiritual co MW w on
sion. actly for this due U U tt ,Mram C W
at mes O e on relgio .-... 0 t..e n bo.. ms t 'EXCLUSIVELY
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am a eadow s.m1 rn Wa-from yawu coa with our A
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*-Ns W st.s i at our catdor teller's33
011 1 1a o window. quickly aily. 3
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*464 Ti0t`1P111111 U. US porkMQ pmblemor fee.
mom on. a mm

TR.man 101 FNATIONAL BANK zoomn 2ri* Sevit e
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