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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 14, 1964
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. oAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,


FEBRUARY 14, 1964


NEWSTAND PRICE l0e
0K UBT DAIY AND MJNUT
s Da ny am av 4
m surns a


e ool


Beard


Alarmed

Calls for Survey
Of Supensions
JEANCAVYU

Tbe o un ny larve". av
Tim a' s nbr

er of school *p"asom f ar
fti year will be atidled by
School Spt. K D. Naming Jr.
a the r&aq of the Alabeh
County Shel Board.
The board called far thea-u,
pirt pMplms remmDd
a dropoost.
Don Atm, director of Is-
truction, reported that 7 ppil
hav alady been uim penned
from school th year. The total
lat year wu I1.
"LcS I" podie and p-
edure relating to pupil us.
pmeons abould be carefully re.
viewed Am advised. '"Te
number of nspelions may
have a direct bearing and add
considerably to the lumber of
draupouts."
Ale id Gainesvfle High
School and Bochob have the
largut number of mpslm.
Manning sai the 7 muspen-
slam constlated an unusuallyy
large number this year."
"This undoubtedly has a
bearing on dropouts," Maning
said.
In other area the progress
report noted that afa
ly pus have already been
fee to Department of
pp Pra el Serw*u, many
i the potenal dropouts.
Referrals to te Helt De-
partment for psychdiogcal eval-
ation have al so immed, ac-
schi to b

School &e


Cyprus




Turns


Peace


Chief


Down


Force


UF Engineer Official


To Take


To Head UofSF School Matter


Some smile ud a others grand whl they learned their "privacy" had bem ba.
vaded by a candid easier on the Uiversity of Flrida campus this week. The ami
belongs to Presidet J. Wayne Relts (Mset). Marie Barber ad Jo Am Notari hec-
kle the camerman and wateh the fn by peep ie at the hidd candid camera at
the Delta Delta Delta S eroity haue. (Anxther picture a Page 5.)

'Candid Canwmera Catches


UF Students Unawares


By CLP CORMIER
Sn Staff Writer
Some gritted their teeth and
fought to control tempers. Oth-
ers rolled their eyes in bewil-
derment, and a few managed
smiles for the camerman.
They were victims of the za-
ny CBS TV show "Candid Cam-
era" which finished a four-day
stand in Gainesville yesterday.
Innocent pawns (the TV crew
called them "pigeons") caing
for their dates in a sorority
house got mugged and bugged
by hidden cameras and micro.
L while t to in-


For Vocationa Hi


School Beard m s were
soid yeftdp by do Otyof
Albha to establish a vacation
al thacl gh school as soon
as possible.
The. board added the reos
to its study of the d for a
technical pgram.
School Supt E. D. Manning
Jr. said the board has received
seal letters p
the county for its position in
ryg to set up a technical
high school.
He said lWse have been re-
eived from reuanst"stm of
Sperty. the etw i or f FInK


Appived fita plans for
Lake Faost Sool.
Agreed to meet nezxt
Thamrsday I a special sesaon
to coasnplde1e proposal of Ala-
eu Cout Uti is top ide
water and aer service to the
new ad movedfor the *t-
wild am mitwest o Gs
ville.


Vewae ni.
Vanl penig
BONN, Geny (AP)-e
West Gems pueiante and
the West rb Senate amwed


terlapr who caDed for the
same girl.
Other University students
stared in bewildermet towards
a hidden cmer aer picking
up a telephe and hearing the
voice of Presidet J. Wayne
ei on the other end.
They were downright conus-
ed when the UF president
struck up a chummy converse-
tion which ended up with an
invitation to g on a fishing trip.
.Relt was really aon the tle.
phone, Is not in his ae in
Tigert HaL. He was nly is et


to ans m s
iide aw a -o seed in
*b t uk teS lidedo



M ,m aW a ef e
mn we tmf one

cat p aft Uao Nis V et
In a the Ils d a hbanne
a plnt rft te a gi.
A cneneeuss d behin a
ly to k e a 1* upa
Aa neBsa t t weasy


adly my Finte ihre pa
Aft what aI a I.


terminable wait, the date
would show up and an awkward
confrontation would take place,
One caller confounded the
howmen by walking out, re-
enterng a few minutes latinr,
and asking for a different girlt
It was all do extemporme-
ously.
The CBS men said the UF
films, supposedly the first large
scale shooting on a collegecam.
pus, will be en on the nation-
al network show in about on
The S refilmed intmer


Auat Egier*ing Dean
igar W. Kopp was named Uni-
versity of South Florida dean of
engineering this morning by the
Board of ControL
Meeting here, the board's ap
pointment i effective May 1.
Thie 3year-old UF assistant
dean was a member al the .d-
Me and engineering tak force
that prepare the state study
on space era education.
He is currently a candidate
for his Ph. D in science from
Washingki University in St.
Izuis, Mo, In applied statistics
and operations reuarcs
He has a muter's degree in
science in i ustrial engineer-
ing from Georgia titute of
Technology ad also received
two bachelor's degrees from
Georgia Tech.
Kopp has been at the Univer-
sly of Florida since INS. Prior
to that, he was a supervisor for
Ford Motor Company in td
field of materil deal.


Board o( Cnel Okays

s site for GE ys


A gradiWe eia1rg pro.
ga twn te neeBf spa e
Mlitl ad engine 80od M
forward tely with speval by
h Stat leM wd id f al of


ta maed aba 6 the
ftlet ester, in orids
CentralPgear t. Martie


Tkeh Wlram aM
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engineer in I
Hoorary s,
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He is
child.


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* *


NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -
President M ars today re
ejected the British American
proposal to land an interoaton-
al peace force on embattled Cy.
apus and will take the matter
to the United Nations imamei-
ately, authoritative diplomatic
sources said.
Sporadic fighting persisted
between Greek and Turkish
Cypriots.
There was no immediate ffi-
cial statement from Makarm
or from U.S. Undersecretary of
State George Ball, who ended
three days of discussions in
Nicosia.
Ball flew to Ankara to report
KOPP to Turkish officials on his talks
with Cypriot leaders and to
istered professional urge restraint on Turkey. He
Florida. will then go to Athens on a sl-
ocietes Include S- ilar mission to Greek authori-
u Beta Pi, Sigma ties.
icron Delta Kappa. Makaris is believed to be
rried and has one ready to ask for a U.N. Secur.
Ity Council resolution which
would prevent aiy one naiD
from vn in Cg m and
to protect C"l rr i&m'.
yt I ft t ty. Thi wold be aimed
primarily at Turkey.
Diplomats said the United
t TagStates and Britain beli a
Solution must be found to settle
county motor- the differences on the land
4 to uy their whch might possibly lead to
STax Collbutetor fwar between Greece ad Tur-.
Sreminded to ey, who are allies in the Nth
Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Presidential palace sources
oin ne Thm. said the Greek Cypriot leads&
insisted that any international
sl Cov. Frs force be under control of the
anmo d that the U.N. Security Council.
i will not The U.S.-British plan called
for an Atlanteic Allianc army
e as the eourt- of 1,0U men with about lA
I q1 o iwl n o U.S. soldiers to ep p Pae.
cm said- i Tere was no motion to the
br r ing tlb hint from high Washington
frm mailed Ito sources that Makarios wants
ft th g e b *g a Iternationml pace fre of
md Otr vMNS Bit Coloweth nallsm
iMt hddin tMe e indg Ameriem aKdIun.
(so cMi pp 2)


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aMdy, hlmu-r 14, 1964


Red Trade Main Dispute

s Honl4J Ends Ta
As Home LU Ends Tales


aC MTON (AP) Bri-
tZ s Prim Miister Dc w.,
Home IM t f MM o day with
Ee prasied hope hdt the ac-
.Oqpiiofnents 1 i visit with
President Johnson wm bft
"a great many other cobltri

Douglas-ome uIWe at as
brief farewell ceremony marka
lng the wind-up of his two days
of conferences with Johs ono
issues around the world.
he main purpose of the Aa-
loAmerican summit spo- A
men stressed, was for Jeohom
and Douglas-Home to get to
know each other before each s
caught up in the whirl of elec-
lion campaigns.
In this respect the gettogeth-
er was a complete success, said
a high American official, whoa
commented: "The farmer from
Scotland and the farmer from
Texas understood each other
perfectly."
Although Thursday's joint
commumi at the conclusion
of the today meeting men-.
tioned only points on which
Johnson and Douglas-Home


aed, bt sidet conceiMed that I
th we ises oa which-as
the M i leader put it at a
r news coFerence "dif-
frames in emnphas" ist.
t we --trade w a -
ad trade with and rdits to
Cn...I. cametries. Brstab
vim nite aits iblMand,
m Dnusimim put It, doem
not believe i boycotts.
The two povm t leaden
and their for policy dds,
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
and Foreign Setary Richard
A. Budlr, devoted most d their
n Is the crisis in CypWs
Relatively ilMe time wa de
voted to othr u minf ts
i. Whea opinion offered,
the positions were stated force-
fully and it wa quickly eg-
ized that no persuasion would
dam the pp.
Bri y, these were the is-
1. On Southeast Asia, the Brit-
ish pledged complete support
for U.S. policies in Viet Nal,I
and the United Staes real.
fi ed s port for Malamysa.
1 Both sideA asked fore


stepped-up efforts


to formulate


To Try to Shake Sinatra's

Story in CroessExamining
By JAMES BACON doctors to elud a pole road-
LOS ANGELES (AP)-A trio bock. T dememS hclar
Sdef lwye, et up tSinatra operated in e
proving a putbl o, try to- at 6. lirb wo
day to shake tbhs d yranf k m hi M y Fdi Or w i
Sitra .Jr. lhat his kiap ."
waoun Sinatl ha r ly a w an ch e.
Young Smnatramhas lyafew! any Mich motive.


minutes of direct testimony left
today as a government wines.
Then his cros examination
starts.
Sinatra, 11 at the time of the
kidnaping but since tuned 3i,
testified in U.S. District Court
Thursday that he was kidnaped
from Lake Tahoe last Dec. I
"with a gunin my ribs."
He told how he was blindfold-
ed, given sleeping pills and held
captive for 14 hours until his
father paid 4,M ransom.
Prime target of the cross -
examinadoa uusbtoy will be
Sinatra's own story of bow he
cooperated with his alleged ab-


Government


Ends Case

On Hoffa


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)
Thie government compiled
its case against Jams R. Ho-a
fa today on the last day d the
fourth week of his jury-tamper-
ing trial.
Spec prosecu Jo J.
Hooker of Nash1 ve rmted the
government cam at 10:14 a.s.,
after p Abert J. Ga-
dor, a court epat from
Washington, D.C, a his h al
witness.
Gasdor was ti irter at
Hofla's 1 cmqnray trial hi
Nashville, and Phetiemr
a statement by the '
a juror w mas ed athe lafrt1
of the 193 trial became he e-
port a m.aMI A ibt der.


I The Nashville
to appear as
trial


jue dinedc
a pverin
Hola at this


UF Talent Show


Tryouts Slated

To a 011 8 sr ',
Tr'tp wril be hrd y ba




for M. 21 wml b-hfm at.b eo
matinal Week, Feb. 21-. P
Putisedtm Yhiakma M iM
In t tinlw th
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it, said btow etum S






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"My state of mind was fear-
and the quest: Why we ad
of this happeait to me?" She-
atra said.
He testified he cooperated in
the roadck evasion because
of two remarks made by the
Stwo m in the car.
He said they said: "If there
is any trouble, there's going to
be shooting."1
And "Jeez, this gun is mounco-
fortable in my belt"
The frail witness, slmetb
nervo told the court t hi
ordeal began when a t yan
man entered is rom at ar-
r's Lodge with a winecart,
Noetwly a gift.
o"me he removed a black
hand and prod a mall cal-
iber revolver.
"At first, I just stared blank-
ly at the weapon. It gt tat
it ght have bee a very bad
joke."
Th intruder w as etled in
court by Sstra a defendant
Barry Keena, 3. The otd do-
ndsats are Joseph Amhuer, I
and Jihn Irwin, Sih said
he was blidfoled al but a few
minutes during his captivity. He


could ot Idetly


he there d


Bryant Says

Hell Back

Johnson
TAIUal (AL P) G
arris Bryat mp hI ibmi


pport beddledS Jhn S
Democrat Natoal (8,-
Ion at feels e Friedm
be the party's mn -d-s
whethealr a Ma's .
mrnam wiA IN rat
ant told newma i-bm
he understood that ae or
s of t lomrida esmas.
were having second
jhts about sagportisg Jhnb
anotmr nbjet t i pv.
r diad bee ibhhelem
rbdtailertbwat
Srike is" as Iis
SCoa ft, i atlI
Said he had Mas paes to

midet Jnsient partie-
ha f ddmtlmftP 1 M1
Sthe dantim Ie ras
the am e burp a"




dSmim ss Im aw

hAs, akbem
he and a to hlad


Wr Ai IA
ro ?*
va PW


m a Mk aa.a


new ppoaak almed at bkek.
ilg the deadlock in EaWest
itas a Ganasy ad Bir.
3. It was agreed hat fhor
reaction d fast-WeSt tm
deuena largely n the outcome
of the Geneva diarmam tco t-
teere and aHetome Wesem
pepsla for a mcear free
Md the stimua of Centrl
pots mn both sides of e Iron
rtain to detect prepatuos
for a surprise attack.
4. Though the interests of the
two countries are not exactly
idenalal both sid pedgd to
work ard the succ d the

Th British are n ot qe
convinced about the military ef-
fectives of the U.S-proposed
multilateral nuclear force.
6. On trade with Camani st
eutrie la general sad with
Cam ptcohk r, the British
a d their traditional at-
tiAde which Douglas Hone
summed up this way: "We have
to trade If we want to live. We
do not believe in boyotts."
Britain will not a l arms or oth-
Sstrategic materials to the
Communists, the m minister

Jonson disagreed but U. S.
fielals conceded that the United
States can do nothing but watch
closely what the practical o
equence of Britain's more lib-
eral trade policies toward the
Communists will be.
7. The same applies to long-
term credits to the Ccmmunists.
DougaIome made it clear his
country does not believe in trade
discrimination and would grant
sach credits to the Communists
In the same way it does to other
countries. Tlu far, however, no


long-termn


credit has been


*

New British

Cuban Sales


Revealed


LONDON (AP)-Plns to sell
British road building quiet
to OCuh and to exend a hue
credit to the Soviet Union for
uaive purchases of factories
we re ported tod.
TM discloures cme as
Prime Minister Sir Alcm Doui
la-Hot headed home from
Washington after making clear
to President Johnson that Brit-


la intends to cantimne trade
with Cuba awd the Communist
bloc. He says Britain must
trade to Iurvive.
Three tub g rovnent off i-
da arrived to negotiate for
the purchase of road rolers
ad eartkhnming equipment,
aid to value N1.4 mlllio.m
At the,same time a roup of
ledon banks was port pre-
paring a credit to finance a
deal wIt the Soviet Union for
up to 44 million worth of Brit-
is frtlizer and ot"er a
-a chab -
ola Syan, mana.g dre
tr o theAvl Bari plant
at Graain, mM hrm is
otiathig to se mad aulers
and werth i equip bto
Cba. He did no give t vale
of the transcon but said the
amount is suitantiat

Mercury Man

Finismhes Course
J. R. Crane, of Crane Lincoln-
mmry, hu bmeetMe as
a padte of the dealbrip
Umanamn eae at Fad
Motor Campny'i Alkthael M


elt a m 3by L C
e k htd d bIhlad]-


Language AWt
MeetsatUF

T he d tmo ead b
t to"Palm Sibirfis
I iio d at U*ad E
r _b a Ao*


represent distributors on the in-
dustry regulating board.
Randolph Dion Saunders, 42,
was appointed Thnraday by Gov.
Farris Bryant He succeeded
John Cone of Plant City, who
resigned.
Bryant said John C. Pinkerton,
one of the three oosumer men.
bers on the five-ember board,
would take over as chairman
when Charles Andrews Jr.
leaves March 10 to become an
Appellate Court jude at Lake-


Nixon Must Act


By May: Miler


More Aget

Cyprus

From Pae t
Cypru s h been a ommsan-
wealth m smber since oidepeed.
ence from Britain th IMe.
Greem e d Tuhrty hIm tm
ties to defend Cyp from a
rio and both keep man
gari sa n Cyps m h fr a
p ourpeo.
Turkey is detean bl to pa-
tect the Turkith Cpri ao r.
ity, whichCe s etuar
wants to curb its r k em
stitutim al change. heM .
off the fighting that hbep la
Christmas and o brn*ln mo-
British troop as a true o
The cese-fire a aoter
avp fighting T1riay at U.
mnt old the south coast re-
tored relative ealmo n this11
eastern Meditem ima M
Sporadic wot e a eMd1
coat city of Paphos mrn *
big.
British truce ffidi a id
that before the gn were si,
laced in nassol at least 1
Turkish cypriots and e Greek
Cypnot were kied More tha
5 Turks were wounded but the
umber of Greek wounded was
not known, the British said.


*bituariea
MRS. BORKOW8KII
Mrs. Mary Tleresa Borkow-
s. k3, IN SE 44th Terrace,
died yaterday morning at
Alabhua General Hospital aft-
er a short illness.
She moved here five months
ago from West Bend, Wise.
Funeral services are set for
10 an.m tomorrow in St. Pat-
ricks Catholic Church with Fa-
ther Philip Halstead officiating.
Burial will follow in Evergreen
Cemetery.
A rosary will be said at 7
p.m. tonight in Jones Johnson
Funeral Home.
Survivors include her hus.
bad, Andrew A.; two daugh-
ten, Mrs. Ruth Depies, Ced-
arburg, Wise., Mrs. Debloris
Kuklinski, Thienesville, Wise.;
a son, Jerome Borkowski, Gain-
esville; two brothers, Adam
and Casper Jamrozy, Milwau-
kee; two sisters, Mrs. Franc-
es Czajskowski and Mrs. Sally
Upski, both of Milwaukee; and
11 grandchildren.

Dairy Official
Appointed
Milk Board
TALLAA (AP A
official of Sealtest Dairies in
Tampa has been appointed to
the Florida Milk Commission to]


Trial Set

For Cuban

Fishermen


By To EDGR
KEY WEST (AP) ho Cu-
ka flsherme wum ane-
beasm i V. S. wen hlped
precipitate the Guantanamno ri
sis go to court next week
The Cch embassy in Wb.ash-
ington engaged a New York City
firm to defend the prisoners
charged with fishing in Florida
water without permiion.
criminal Court Judge Thomas
Caro et their arraigament for
10 a. m. Tuesday at the sugge
tion of defense attorney Michael
Standard of Rabinowits ad Boo.
din in New York.
Standard flew here T'nrday
with Cch diplomt Frantiek
Telicka, who engaged the firm
m behalf of the Cubes a vnre.


By T ASM n Ptm
WASHIGTON (AP) Me
e li n tim l chairman
figure tat Ricd M. Nb
will ehie tW 0 w is hat b tine
rQ by May M ie hap o be
SSo meaning far party's
,,- nma E "-
"I a m dte #A yo

aid Pap. Wiim Miler i
Rane, N.Y., Thandly ai.
"In the et we should hbanve
a wsalled damodcked cevam
tm It cod btur to Dick Nix.
l"
Bt, added Mller, "I wi my
I de't Wlie we are ping to
have a deadlocked ameti.
Amyne who Pbu t (the omina.
Utn) will be a un d by April
or May at the latest"
he f r vice prsidet has
aol he would accept a draft but
lb not phi out to str oae up.
Th anom aced Repubican
emadabs were busily in pur-





Proposal

From Page 1
versity, detail the needs uf ex.
pending the stadium in TailA.
hassee by an additional 35,
seats.
The Board previously had
given FSU permission to make
an engineering study of the
project
There was no formal vote
taken this morning o Black.
well's request, but it appeared
the stadium expansion will be
approved routinely in adoption
of today's agenda.
The stadium will be built by
using 258000 from University
f u n d a derived from the over-
head on research grants. Anth-
er $40,10 will come from out-
of-state student and matricula-
tion fees.


Civic Clubs


To Name Top

Young Man
Gainesville's "Outst a n d I n g
Young Man" of 1963 will be
named Tuesday at a special
joint meeting of the city's civic
clubs.
The annual distingiushed
service award is sponsored by
the Gainesville Jaycees.
The winner will be a young
man under 35 who has contri-
bute significantly to the town's
civic betterment in 13.
All Gainesville civic clubs
have participated in the Jay-
cas' annual awards program
and wl participate in the 12:15
ncheom meeting at the Holl-
day Inn.
Speaker will be Tom Flem-
Ing, wo was chairman of the
governor's committee for pro.
moving the higher education
bad amendment.

Egg Market
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The
Northeast Florida Egg Market
prices to retailers:
Extra large 4g, mostly 48;
large 41, mtdly 41; medium
141, mostly 41; small 3-4,

Postry at farms: fryers 14;


Weather Roundup


ng im a President John and
ch other.
In Baoo, Nev., Sea. Barry
Goldwater said he didn't think
his rival, Gov. Nelson A. Rocke-
hl-, would pluR aD m
i pab mn6t Nem ler.
l-mtar mid he would m
a kmt race a the Newt
YT r huthe toldw paPa cub
tal danM m appme a
Sn r oppemn than the lae
Ji F. Kted muWh ban
beL
Racadeller today was mg
kito those final d May his o
rot vsl drive m New Hamp.
e fr the granite state's
MmUNA a primamy.
mmih lghd that a vic-
bry h New eamBre would
add q Ito an Iprt break
thrbao i his bId for the no-
t miad hi advisers ay
they think he's making pr
with is persners-person cam.

Sea. Margaret CaseSemh of
Maine albo p la hard -in
New Hampire, offered some
praise for Johs. Thaurday.
ThePreidnt's campa gn
-s po- "suds good"
e said ht added se wl "be
latod I s what hbe winds up
& We shount have any
perty in this country. Presi-
dt Johnsoo objectives are
fine even if his ideas are a lit-
tie broad."
Mrs. Smith said she thought
graft and conflict of interest
Wi be major cmpa issues
"but I will have no part in any
campaign based on the Bobby
Baker scandal."


GAINESVILLE WEATHER
- Municipal Airport read-
ings for 24 hours to 8 a m.
today. High 68 at 2 p.m.
low 56 at 8 a.m. Rainfall .07
inches.


ZONES
C D: Mostly cloudy today
ad Saturday. Occasional rain
today and again Saturday
nlght Uttle cooler tonight
with ow in 4k. High Satur-
day low 0s. Northerly winds
11 to M miles an hour today
beami easterly by Satur-
diy afTnoon.
A: Pmrt hauds ad continued
aewd ia ad Saturday. A few
S. am NrtMaot Wii I to 1a
E af U Ira tha afe'noon. be-
"a o M l sa Min thest I t a i
MAN N bMa lit* thought and
aemir ajy
i Pa clAdy tonight. Iner..a-
has eMiflt Saturday witk rami
onr by lto a itswaes. r erCoo
Mu we in Isin 41 k. Hiuh Stur,.
a lo ws Nerlothly wiadns S so
mOM M bMer tlday beeommi
UartmY Satunlday afternMon.
I F G: bcreaslg cloudneu with
leealnl ra late today or 10
Nl. CMas y Saturdi) Cooler to-
IaKM withl Ia t1. Hih Saturday,
aw 7i Witds alhifmg to north-
r 1Ity I to 15 miles an hour
WlSl saM or Of unlih benom.
lta 690 by Saturday afternoon.
N I J !: Partly cloudy and mild
bdU aW Saturday. Low oiu~it
Ib te aI. Rlh Satunrda) 75 to
MI Stib iaiWW I to 15 miles
bWe bOsta variable Satur-



seume dW Ae ........ ,Xa.m.
MaMai 0 M .W.....7;35 pIm.
FM GAW ... --.... .. Feb. M
Th paadml Sumtn. Is bow almost
fnet beetfd te Sun and ito
I ed s tem te Euarth Is over
N hatna nml. Salutn will e-
appear s a mounting planet neat
mMIk.


EL9IEWHEIE
70 37. 0
T70 63
. 49 3:
, 75 4 1
45 33
S 1 34 1 o
, 43 3;
23 219 a
43 30
,49 2q
66 47
47 3


CEDAR KET TIDES
Sturday-Huih iat 2 1I am and m 2
p.m. Low atl l f am. and l1p m
SUllday-High at 3 05 a m Aind 3 1
p, Low at 3 am i an d I 59 p m,
MARINE FroECUT
EAST GL' L Norltheast and tad
Arty minds 10 to 20 knolt tonight
and Saiurda. Cloudy, oc'asonal
rain late Satiurdi


Five-Day Forecast


Temperatures will average
about normal in the south
portion and normal to three
degrees below normal in the
north portion during the five-
day period starting at 7 p.m.
tonight and ending at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. The normal high
ranges from the sixties in
the extreme north to the sev.
entries in the central and
south portions. The normal
low ranges from the forties in
the north to the fifties in the
central and southern regions,


except for the low sixties
along the southeast coast
and the Keys.
The forecast calls for cool-
er weather in the north and
central areas tonight and
Saturday, to be followed by
a brief warming trend and
then t u r n i n g cooler again
around Sunday night. Rain
will occur mainly in the north
with the heaviest precipitation
becoming heaviest around Sa-
turday night or Sunday and
averaging around one-half
inch.


Housewife-Call Girl Ring

Linked to Cosa Nostra
NEW YORK (AP)-Five Cosa who died mysteriously in a
Nostra "families" are said to flaming, parked automobile!
control the rackets in the New Tuesday.
York area. The Justice Depart. I hse,, is a short, dap.
ment is zeroing in oa the one uche, is hrt, dap
authorities say is headed by per, garment industry execu-
Thomas (nree-Fingers Brown) tive who lives in a mansion on
LucLo ng Isnds South Shore. He
has always maintained he has
U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F.,no connections with the crime
Kennedy was here today as the syndicate.
frontal assault on the crime .
syndicate by a federal grand His son went to the US, Mil-
jury gained momentum. About itary Academy at West Point
two doen of Luchese's nder- and his daughter to Vassar Col.
lings have appeared this week. lege. She married the son of an-
other Cosa Nostra 'family"
Syndicate links with a ring of chieftain, Carlo Gambino.
call girl-housewives in Long Is-| In n
land suburb s were disclosed, j In Mineola, Long Island, Cahn
Thursday by Dist. Atty. William said a secret witness "has given
Cahn of Nassau County. us information which for the
First time solidly links this ring
He also announced the arrest (of call girls' with the organ-
on bookmaking charges of a ized underworld in metropolitan
partner of n accused procurer New York."


Prais s Countv Leislntnrhe sd.


-6 w%' w 0%' N- wwfi% -


By PETER HAtAWAY
Ia te Tom lade praied
Alacba County's ate legisla-
tors as the most capable repre-
mtatives of any county in
Florida lad t B* ata fqdlpi-
can dier at bth irit
m.


Rep. Slade Likens Bi.Party

System to Piea.-la.Mode
I*


Slae, who changed his Dem eamental problems in Talla-
aatde Party affliats to Re-.m, but Atis b dthe cam."
pblim last Novmber, mid, "Until we have a two party
"If m-h smty in Florda was system in Florida, we came
n cap* reprleavld Alae- have a pagrenmIn omm
dm there wouMbe few py wih capable rpraelaUev,"
,beadd.s
LBJLaunches ". I
"Soadu j "lltIbis e btm Kaent I.
puMlic M im fa Flords so
BirthdayParty Sin
"It's k apple pie wih
St. Ia M. (AP) SL reamm a topof it," he td.
L.bi hais a tweyw eds.- inria am Ae
keindbfitb birthday i-rue aructuald pea -
dai *a Vaknte's Day vist crd to Mde.
h Imh"tJOftam. "a a dato with fated
lb -l m a y rno ind n WJm n ianm tm
se I *" 14 a shmophn of UK W e ar m q
yIaP MOW R*mbkrm be


0t4 allical wew at tei
mo a Ula Day raly, bk
- es rbighs asae
m toamfrate.
bm sftsiis sed to.
R no A waftM Ban o


1w


Ames
,MWUSAS4SI-w.m m~a


nUn


ITS JUST
BETWEEN
USTW6


run our massive government,"
he pointed out
'"ais may have been useful
when you had to ride a horse
or te a boat around Florida
to reh Tallahusm, but today
pi ap l y from Ky I wa to
1t capital I a matter Of

S"lXwMportm is still a
bord. People have a right to
he repar ed a e basis of


people," he sad.
"Or bIrecr-
cy i wmfuL We nut have a
am ldeodt spmlatin for
our fit revOW* Pmbet,"
Sb wu the min peaok
at b Limb Day di v-
a Md by he Alamcko
it


, wm"u Ai.
AunwMAW
,' A T ,
4_


TIMMF I


operation now
bigger aspect,"


One woman has been arrest-
ed as the madam of the al-
County Republica Women's leged prostitution ring. Four-
Club. teen others, described as typi-
A straw vote was taken on cal suburban housewives, are
the presidential and vice -pres- held as material witnesses.
identical nominees. Cahn said the 00,000-a-year
Results for president were: ring operated through motels,
Goldwater, 37; Nixon, 12; restaurants and taverns.
Scranton, I; Romey, 5; Rock-
deller, 4; Margaret C h a se MOTGAGI MONIYY
Smith, 2; Lodge, 1. S V'/% Ifms
Results for vice president Tarm. To 25 Yam
were: Scranton, 1; Margaret UYT WILD RFNANCI
Chase Smith, I; John Tower, "
7; Nixon, ; R y, ; DAN BYRDINC
C; Goldwater, L


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Ii
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2. Emp thr m oph w of M Sun i-bA oly i*-Otriis
3. PuAhl "all sid of Im atMn cWrov W iAS .I.
The Su's tlephemes: Al DWeptmAs--372-8441
Wemt Ad-376.4672

No Tax Credit for Colleg p


Income tax alft for pa tb o
college st da we nmiatd I the
Semnte lest week lr a mriinghrl
narrow msug, 4M & te amend-
meet to th talet MA wald have
slowed paret to btmact from
laeir tax prma up to 825 of
faitio ad related mlA e fees.

SThe plMa was Iot opposed by
major adieatim lbies and by the
administration al had blim defeat-
ed in commIttme. Namtheml two
rollcalls Md Ia to tie, ad the
amendment a- s i only after
President Johmnsa pomad three of
is sponsors to voe agais t it

-The tax credits would have cost
$750 million a year in federal reve-
nue, probably making it necessary to
trim the generalrate reduction in the
tax bl. The tax mesure wouldn't
help the college-a of which sub-
Midise their students to so-m degree
-unless they raised their fees. This
would cancel the effects of the tax
benefit and would uinmo students
. working their way through college
This point wa made by the execu-
tive committee of the Assolation of
State Universities and Land Grant
College in opposing the plan. The


America Associatik of Univesity
PMmams the National E hdcato
Amodia and the Amerian Coun.
el oa E dmti m ad were against It

The A.eiation of American Col-
le1em backe the amenbment only
over the objection o4 its leIslative
committee and because of pressure
fromun ma private tollie Thee
atitutiom have bee hurt by the
need to rale their fees, an action
that hai cost them many atudents
who choose state schOKbbols with lower
fees. Senator hetire Keating (Bep.,
N. Y.) made valid pbint that acom
tiuatiom of this trend will be costly
to the tax-payers. I

The fact that the tax credit so
nearly passed in spi of opposition
by the major lobbies And the admin&.
station revels a strong feelag Iin
Core.s that the federal gover-.
ment should assume'more of the fi-
nancial burden of higher education.
Another income tax exemption is not
the beat way to do i4 in our opinion.
Direct aid to collefgeand an expand-
ed program of Individual loans and
scholarship apred two years
ago by the Senate but not the House
-a More appropriate.


a Kr Iktagk m
By DAVID LAWfUEI
WASNWGTON Nta
eight years an -allwt
Civil War was ove n
intokerant miarity h Cm-
grass diseprgaded fat Comst
tuo, took mseea ms ub
duly elected mmbens o the
Home and Sone, and oSt
troops to certain ates to esm
pel the legiUams, at bhas
net pot,. to "ral y" Sm
Fourteenth AMuBMt to
the ComtifLa A "dvA
right a weas Im ly*f
pasedt, tlmOmrt
later dedled I mMansl-
tiod.
Today, My a Mry lea-
ter, a fri d It t tr-
rided niaJf yhie tU Heo
ed by adommuw'e "eal
thns" that hm Ml Ua to
viow*As-- ho pm *
eaed "dv li mteI
ctul takes nM
pr sntdvldflota i m
I? 113 WILX new
smhoul pmN the oaie
fih DOue al, a buln 9e
ice forcewM hebdi
to atmer ykhl M ekhess
*nmt just hotel d
raMs Sl hwf v.
their b hiutsg or poftlam ,d
bali of n eel ar ain
A= t;zin-wno
AN=oughBe *4 epeW
ed he Ham eI a d
0 to MI, Rep.L C. Wy-
man, R NA, pIs it
a Iset fa wee aN
e H os, tte tm
wo"dbit get lt.r. Wy-
w-s -mry aUBrsy
was pesid d te lblb

ira eald tmbd IbIe
AcmmeaM c Amttenm.
GmraL He w take elskid

hjrsta er Dv uedihe
hie as m sfaim ha
aapilket eeefhe dsb
ac mi wk to he e
n*T legewia m e a
m rmy te p mife.
Tb h tob pam hr a


of symprely for somle bt
ticelto y t tbde d
utifie the eans...
"I cme here to uphM the
nm s, not to dlery it.
To uphold it I emapled
to vote apit ths bl ..
ffT mum iNAlY tht
thar e i powr b this Ca.
ora o llie a ihere
proposed mend to nrPi


tg oelfg tb do wt h11.m
Mam egnmme SM at Ie
-o des saon.
"Ad tVi in oemnt by-
periy tom ewndO tby ao
dSIt "a pim* mimil.t
ly .D m1 to 0 derl kw
when b powr to nlant bt
hiw m ew gme to tS
dSIell RI b *p eea e.Co

people tolpee Smermeo
bdS r hem -om fae
habie hMe -s rve S
fir ta reeleetlem te
bo so perdtig ba
pmmb S impaba h

beA,,* a ahm o m-

vte ali Ahima Sat
yud ba power pe(Mrm
bibriwtoa0edoem
ems's seoctes, ens's
ph*ai b--s, *
omm/l kierb e face t

lift a 1b- at di
i pUl p--eie, sirny

latbAem bomme, ae
Ss bus. fn Mim ha



-s, mhi m ida il*tie
of lb e a -*ph as atpa
B Mhr ls l omb n A
whis hwaoneMg -fSet
Sis egf w- an
bh" U Bs. -muflof po
k "Wo pa ft106"


ha nw been showna o he
amtwalwm pw o rian
what a lnvas of eir pri-
vate rot is here vWlved-
ad t wiiscam bi reWli
ta te goes by shoad
ti e become law-.we canem
rt e that a ny am
ere wAil be a IN Cmogre
a vo 1i favorofthib MDlw
ae ck V ihaut eme wi o
ida to...
"tol labeM eingm to r
whit is hne sogbt tbe rbe
a*d ti private bens,
These ut ederny nm



sm r W .BM r m ite
owned skeatled. ..y er


wftvatum md immi
tsit wU ae|Mlou r, be he a,

b-ae team,
to Seo m iea r

nmbt !pom toM reeS
mod Ii higbows kr a i&t
we am inoaump it bm

hmbi ua d ea1'.
doeWA or yd goebr nek

IV repum df apap..
emathat ld~ grew to
gitA abe sbuMgtB eh
a eimeUwe adI theqa
that voy sam ee e
-pr
9V P BDO NOTdads up
ad Vcelmed iR 6dm,
b eri iwt wekw iis ig.
* WIlvd by tit CmlW
tma be U ed S l d
Am4 ema wat m we
pmt we Do bwime w m
rp"Mmet at a

m@ 11I a miant amw
-I th ecaurges
do OY 9n d these
be is da *tle Si-fSt
say, n- o eem ioL
rd aoenrtOcef
all."r


P YIOMAC FEVER
ANN ldels aitl. bboeb W19tg u
GLmted rN wa to h ls s elected t", rE t

IleeS ofthe by: NibsBeel ;



xai Isieu G :. pmthis u
--, At ** a l
e f^^^^J^^^^A ^*^ ^^^^_ ^^.ft^^ ^fflh ^^KM fl^J^^BiJft~ut
'I^^ -" U^" i^flg^? hu Ibid wit^*


CONSCIENCE

OF

THE --


SOUTH


lqwN*Y '
HUdm let


1B B BACKGROUND to
b present when the more
gib and fele namCnOftorsa
and pmudia cm plaat the
United States lab poey.
In I4 Jots Fotfer DuDul
wanted to ivene at Diam
Bm Ph. That we fktUm
poy. It wo harm repwdA
a mau e dirt. toe rem h
for yeas lad been fighting a
long Ile. Mr. Dl took .
hik plan to the Br ey
poitled out at th people d
Indo Chinawerenot support
g the Flach. Mr. Ddo
A good ag look wus tak,
al It w dealuled tat
jets Farehe dieft peve
MSt ma m s, lt I t,
-seB waBihay el.
thiNN S.i eom petv
"PtWLy"w -m s L


N lAl "*pOy" raeqd
be phue rst S a
aiy s -lei ai S.-
immahtbMpm-oqm b
hman Naterad Uthe
Leaitt people we *aft 11s

itoaDyr d a dMetam
Tis was a time, too, wheA
"policy" iwas ue d
long dimij MRelM*a
hee a in aIt Kae. He bh
l the port the people
i thei my. hot, wts
mmenary to Mphae .im.
Sut z..1streagill s a p'oukl.
DInuJma, sokai to Ia
- rioy, h SMa aShdim
Noept, hOeBored are m be6
beach man fa ebmorvace.
Only ihe UAS pees
Mr. Dan "nmbred"
Cai 1B N N. M a"
umle4 wae SA the mm
mn Wk hs be.,a Mr.
Ddls amI iam dytr b ey
wOhTinsd De il
H cookl at am-
lISa!, be 6 S*.
barathn wsrP a
b Vbit Wea. JIM I MIN
Ai gu DiD wm to
bir dotna -o't.
m In POL anth thd man
110916 M^"
Not W f-41


* OL


ITICAL HEAT COULD MELT SNOW


r


^ **- *--* *-^' k -- = ,, L 'JLg. ^. fc

Ik AllMR 50 ." *


Troops

To

SE Asia
Wthg1I Noes: In April
S m ie Fh m1111
f laa m 6


ihahehfd fdM.

led allpre mL
ThB United Stale
mid the vime =v
-rop to odb Ching I0 a .
esm necessary to MS e e
bhluuered French O em h.
uiBd at a valley tm
named Dien Bien Ph
TIE VICE Pminr
posed the rle agM.W
titmalto
Oe the h ichmes dau,
wm hanurriBd out to write
"tat a as gr-| S.
cal" I mid O we vWm, I
mamM am troo aS
T te rat nai papers
out of Lodon andParisall
bad the word that the Ameri-
can vice president had so
mitted the MuaL hi.
pm Inrept dI nada
Amkemria e.
It was a little les tht
years ago that Vice President
Ni spoke to the nation's ed-
lton ad, as It tmdo ,
thoee of e world. (Tdky,
very few secondary achol
suden studying m the hidery
of their comtry have heardd of
Dien ien Pbu. It belongs pto
the hbtorical debris f the
pasL France, fr dl her relay.
tive might, could not defeat
it.) Now, we are about to end
troops to Cyprum to heIp keep
an uneasy ad mod uncertain
peace. And tn Viet Nam the
situation deteriorates for the
same reasm it fell apart at
Dim a Phub there I lit.
tie local m&duNtadWNg of lb-
ts, of nmati oallitmes ar
of the wil t fight f% liberty,
which they have never m wn


d (de) a)im"
a uaIm
andh %eo m. 8o




*er, AoqM is lre-m
viw of beip dab imes
pa W=n wfee appied to
the Ameriannatm ell. So
the pIalR an deplrabie -
p liet o 'Wour oer e.
l." hi the cmbdth rO
f tritims he was c-
dometheME
emut ear te kPreides


My A
WA*ll A A e hr
to tomperaso"ofWr 6
bne %altm aht mI lr
iche dof now a Mlay
iht l Thday ui the ta-
gile explmao r the re.
o rapiity i flth bi the
sm ha iNted away. But
the political ebseloaer of
the capt is rgsterg n
hgh a dere that the cler-
ace oth d streets
might have been edeed
without the aid H MIm.
lo .
'ni pmod deammldsi


wens itd m lthi iyt
AgsmbanpeMi*p

BouS af e agg .;

phae h spem k Puan t

eta m oum h ib d.


pmri ofme a pd plrW
bl me etablm a -m,
hip federal Inonacey
ma, miparaeloed aw
tie powers eaw ft- bem
clal podi o phibe p
veyov of e i.d S lvim.
PRESMEM JOWNION,
after a review of world pob-
lems in which the U.S. is in.
Saed, calling Sm Wu-
al told his iMes sitd
"e time to tihem o wmi
ein anmsts ad omb who-
like to jump a their n-
ment, people who like to an-
tidi, people who find it qAe
hepodle to be arative
and antrctive." Haftg em
tablilmi as a unit ts mixed
categpry of citizens w "wl
join with sone ofu o Oppy


& SOCIAL IgEMNT.


and iMs rw n grew
sharper with his poposal for
the nmeraliatin of the
sat whidh frmwly were
fmch bdo aM, vder the
aioafe Frmeae a the
met peri'P Western
nati hi that a ABut wben
he dely spumed U.S. comn-
ses by deciding to change
dipnatie rcoaiton with
Coammunt Chm, ad Na.
timaht Cina initiated the
sewa of diplomatic re-
latmos wth France against
the advice d Was ngm the
conflict ome to fever pitch.
This ht has prvded


By liefeadi


St. Valentine's Day


Capi


-w
mobries. I t




diplomating its
then proving its
siy by his "se
in going back
assurances of a
China" policy t
authorized his d
make.
Other charges
mentaries are th
left the National
recourse other th
off relations by
est diplomatic i
recent times;
convicted of "do
iog" and ex
"caved in m
der Chinese CO
nre" in a "hum
render." It has
time since the pc
erature ofofficial
of which these
indeend t but
iste, ha ris
against the head
board to the U.s
anceas close
Wesr defense


6*t


M. E EQU RIGHTS
bill 3t only se up great
new federal ucraci e s
without historic ]ltel. The
hot litical p s which
produced it also cast
many pfis pro t in a
form bhich, w inspected
n the oler ofthe
Senate will defects
of drafianshi opening the
way tothe wo aministra-
tfive abse. The alone will
require ta l revision
in the rests the very ra-
cial grCP whose t ex-
treme duands incorpor-
ated in b measure.


DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNIS"S


Defeatism vs. Diplomacy in VietNam


By WALTER UPIANN
Lt week, n an article
about Seat Ai, I re-
feraed to FMin d lb two
d -writMi ams I
sed bI be dm t FI&n-
land as a kby wh w
or es bem a COm st

I d o a to say it
For I how phae*w vi&
Flmdl is a Imal Dmo.
alwe ie, ilral a ,lb



aid falob a dtolmi d
Soutmet Adia wn pokt
o att aaeefyma lsbhm.


der of a bg Commumnist ate
ueed ot Ievtably lose its
naiol lapdm.ce. I was
tking akt whiet might po
Ubly hbpm i North Viet
Nam, wMch i Finland is
to Rsud, tie aesdoor neigh-
bor of Rd Chaina
Tk bimpondence of Fin-
had bi alW aehir Finland,
or m may not join
NAM. fBd, MetbeeSS
Is dum cnally governed
and mea te edvl liber.
tiM d a fee ely. I think
It Imota to clm e our
mblds to elis aht North
VI NSm mWbe b lid to
adpt a potah d d eutraity


which was accepted by Pek-
ing as Finland's neutrality Is
accepted by Moscow.
Finland, we must re
member, had beea for thecen-
tury before the first world war
a part of the Russian empire;
the zar of Russia was the
grand duke of Finland. In the
second world war Finland
was defeated by the Soviet
army. That Finland ha nev-
ertheless been able to achieve
a* mud national bllependeDce
as she enjoys is worth think.
lig about when we study the
problem of Soueast Asia.
me VIEW which I ae-
preaised In my article last
week was that the political


Voice of the People

On #The SWt Opinion Pag:
M:WZ m I nmman m mdmm webmm i VdS d da Paua ads t.m6L~
^^^imil meel le ad airsOome Nblel-- Is mdeLh^ A Io LISms
m amaW NoB duen h w e so a smPr u M .ry ..t ~h.e.Im
hommmbsa


How'UtA
'ChmunClb?
EDIRf lB : GalOSSIeD
is apm is pw.
Ig (M*t( a td l gM
i owawn), tat Gesiek

"II rslly cam buroly
w sa dmm.uft
mae a lIt Ir. Wm t
a* tAdir fte a
pa(? No. Rute
mr hlt dam,ar lv-
uesr ao ft W Is o
- ml Mie Nwml e -

afs lst a "Chara
OW bNI sM Is mbe
ow6t I (or (m a r k


au.eis bw r tmdw t w
MeAWe clim 6 -i w
golb ad -duaft *


Mr ahitW. A second or
in wotwd k piereiving an-
i Mlllm sa" No mo -
ey spa Jot a ile of on
HUtels d in each of uL
A READER
Slap Choice
Of Artery Road
M flu I wod ihe
to eiaUStasbas artilae
bbht(7i5) iqad&
kg tMeed for amt-wet
i reading Northwet

a"ti a cunty
utmimm to borrow
"us otfAo, M that
ishMiblfr a hum a
flMAr toepeMa a sort
sabMh dWtnh Av. to r-



lahi toet in eG.
hem am malim dikudt
artm iaed fb aart. *
WaW -1 -I sW me
ato. la Sw t




b I in O
bemfTPI t.g
QF5bad 9Ml& k*

avowaW


ditalnd before the areas be.
cone built up.
re is a hal. .-at
change at NW IMh Ave. and
I-5. A fu interchange could
be placed here mry conom-
lady which codd Ide aDn
beavy traffic ad hick traf-
fic. The need for opening a
reach of ith Ave at the
aurbiet eemp e of W.l
es is *ec y. Eighth
Avenuem tfgh a hea.
vy rodiMlial are wmhi
does aot meet the pe a-
tiUo far hadling heavy
trck ad am obe traf.
fic.trtby-th Avmene can
eMsly hile at hMvy eut.
wet trafc li Nortwest
Gal--m le.
Tae aoe"y amBi.en
dso coedr t mitder
mry amrcy ben c ianit.
td mi SOW d e taspey-
ers meaey to fhed a street
dhat ib hiptihdbeihwa g
ba ei t .S tle p-e.
AN IIUUJED
TAXPAYER







- top m Moil Mto toe
f-= b .k b in b
t~w" ^^^"WA. ^^^B-



*iiirtiyaa


miracle onnd was pos-
sible !caf her physical
contact wi the non-Commu-
nst wicugh her rela-
etions witrede. The po-
sibility ofle nd of siml-
lar contact sta in Southeast
Asia becau o, the capi
tal of No r etNam, is a
seaport. T .ility is re-
inforted by historic Viet-
namese feat hina.
There ar submit, corn
pulling r why we must
pen our to the possibi-
litiesof a sohtioon in
Southeast The civil war
In South am is going
badly for ou e more
badly than rican pub-
ie has been ed to know,
more badly n Secretary
Rusk's recent arks would
led one to I was,
I must admit, thed oth-
er day at I in official
quarters that fail b the
attempt to win war, as we
might, we defeated
and would av withdraw
our troops.
e cur of the
United Sta which, the
alternatives litary vie
story or ry eat- is
catastrophic. this a
poley a reck-
less gamb with defetism.
I do not tha we should
conadder bnn our
troop until tolable solu-
tion has worked out for
S-NORMMt.7"


WE
with our lo
tain the le
gaining po
tice ae
pobem is
pots Ise
dtuation d
awdeterit
tary defeat
The
tag told i
hopwiul
,g toldw
It would
timae to
eow ding, to
that ln


LD fy there
sin ioder to re-
age nd the bar-
for a diploma-
with North Viet
Co.The real
i to negotiate a
met before the
ioratea, as It is

ing, Into a mil&i
Public s be-
t officially we
It bi not be-
in fact is hap-
avery big mis.
jnnlnkration to
itse, as it is
choice between
certady an
Pato Sy ad.


'UK


President
Sound
dadty,"
ion that
editions
grant of
1 and
rate fal-
ment"
public
"two-
he had
mati to
se om-
e Gaulle
with no
to break
shabbi-
tive" of
stands
deal-
having
fly un-
Bist pres-
aur-
Sa long
a temp-
Ls are
ura reg-
so high
a nation
n an all-
s val to
NATO.


BELOW OLYMPUS


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Rights Bill A Mockery


f--yt Ma--M 14, I














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UFP Qmnuty Prof Named

To Natislsd ey Pat


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to hus Jla. d @55 ) l hs a pedu rl BIllN
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"rft. te lb wa the Amr-
inanCOMgM QCpa yat
Sandeel, Cas. tn i lm x to
M vd b kdk Sobdurnh.
Al DIuDmi, hlet, has mis btM1eu was en 'CadiM Camuma" by shew Wyr
ms b Schwar Mary ly oy o the Joke a DnlBsraards, he hray
friMa Trampor


. -d Strike Force Strik Italy

r W,,JRecords WereBarred NALtoStopp A -
AMS Air' SerVICe aers wer ordered ut o sme-*
W"-- Is- Savys Baker Prbher
a" 6 aswo"Ar as iUCF MIAMI (AP) Natimal Ak MnIiu of Italian vweretrad
' s As bes, facedwith a deriicawk. adbya sldowian bu ad
MS WSlNG:N A(AP) L P. they w classified," Me-n. rTn rike, says it will mpend streetar service.
mu a- Mcmlaf teWial counsel for donA said. aerice Sa:turdaf Coinmn odst and Coinu.
r sW m t *n to the Senate's oy Baker invm Since Rynods testified, col Member of the Air L E i unions joined the ari
a.I.u f. Iptiallm, ay that when b Dut rw F a n h b- p Association announced after ong negotiate
M we maM XW. MtSl oaecie ame oes for IIhed deW dumatim they wil walk out at 12:0U a.m. deadlocked t i acontct di-
a. backgrounds records a key about hit as material that Saturday. 'Their contract ax pute
ism. Fs. wMe la es toid they wre am fileif th DDefe last April
aMW aM3lmiled. Despu &Mnoandrthr agencies. Negotiations on a proposed OrdersAnmit
w=.D I*ALL-ee" Seag Scott tPa., a tre-year pact stalled on wage AIUO
made so thm w aims he m RhltA CiAmittee mnber, de- rtes and diffaerentials. ForPrisoners
1m a to is nI R." a Wl o ma nded TtSay that tthe Pme- NAL bad said earlier it would
aL L IO a UmworA T b agnt wingbtaWooBa "the FBinstitecontoperatingfastrkeo CAIRO (AP) President
Ls* L Mai way brugthMe nmmofPreeT-vwhat be termed the me d cured. A spokesman announced Gamal Abdd Namer hbau de-
b S otAs H. i*leaked odal nformnaton "to the change in plans after t dared an amnesty for w un.
WaL As as muced by tOeN& destroyvi" whose til key unions pledged support to known number of political pr
i s*m Ba manRd m Rd Commia y' many booes ebarrast sing." the ALEA which bargains for oers, heodbig at least three
-W aI."gd ~ s: d WM ine A ttold newsmen hI e committee is intvstigt ticket agents and clerks. e-time foows aotenced to
am 4. as i .m e.df" T GoThursday that he inquired oaf g whether Baker, wo re- Eastern and Northeast Air ife impoisneot for plotting
^.S Sa m .a z ut a Loth the Defense ad Justice signed last Oct 7 as secretary lines said they could absor against his regime, Informed
Ahd. saws s 3 .. sw rdepartuateh, prbr to Rey.- to the Senate's Democratic ma NAL's passegers during the soures said Tniday.
r w a mM oW i eseImey,, I bf e orit, engaged in outside bus- high of the tourist sem. The amnesty was declared on
a ra .S h Ai s rnes ia were avaIlabe.n dealngs that coolicted National has 2,000 em oyes in the eve of BaIm holidays
.rer s$Is.CmL f wasumemd to na with his picial duties or-the Miamd area and which end the Modem holy
. ana lm s 0 f *6 they wer not available is that voNed other impropietibes, throughout the system aoth of Ramadan.
UKed "Im S Amm s n*e
aIN 41 sp I In AM-ON&

Ss a- First Lady Energetically Takes Up


-"'-Mw. Chores As 'Backer Up' of President
"-"-'-ho&raets5As
S. .. ,.o;..,6 f ay r3Ms II wINE
s 1 WASHINGTON (AP) MLrs. T to operate a a private
a* -" .a.. .- THE JOHNSONSTYLE o' t"iv
IM adm11A Salsh grnm pgra l__1_
bf fy a 'a IM"Ia Whs wat9l a hu as -
Olde k 0u uou limmaa nau da'sbsMtaa pey barrie
IN.C? a 1leJ t ^ Ahir ba b fta. Jetake lM MeNI os Sh ell ad pdrty MkeolBg
a". i Wyt A eM a b NiommV l to ast her o Sy, dmr. a:p g ai pm
,t" "r o ap0* bId N'sr)ItSsebhg.lrnKtntripebu sl geo a u d 'e;
d im. ban =ohgAalAd t uto p a d Iattl a-
am vs pit d on min Wkeh M to hu wk fadle
4grf< T J uams ai-plnarty e ma aS- biuA sp lieed s.OhM
< "l a i b- s A C -I ind 6 mr a t glpm people from allwal dlh iife;
St 1amm1u8S1tt AM* ms algcorinai Mr t l nehae
On eag dap C 41 4 i = mi i h r hplr;a l wesB e ch,.
aW" a = m,,,WSalu a tes, up g %e butotma -AlW h OW
s ad birWteotmb bd artband has onIsreli,
.... w. 1 taN Wah at i diotF tF speg up the htU P nn: Mr Johem b
... H-ae ait Ial bersinceknown many Wation reporS
te d str # M tumaners for years ad eas-
Ouma aM 0. M eu k *nt d FraMttle. Tni. frieM.*., way with e
o Thae r mp h popular rdwbkig E 1Se lcinthiS to hbe ai
br,, t~h e Sut u WhiteHeon,dOne byWMrs. Sm7y,botdo, lkw
Tam P sA a mW. HS3 tIi chee. *Mme JMb F. Kemudy ad her fine frnal press conference and
&. 7ot a a ..wx&M shWj lwb6wMh da ub mitiuuwas S be c, w strictly limit ?durvlewz.
u = -a- a d college riips, Mr. Jab ided, h Johmn nisedu. it alr n "l"a n
Oids a e) Sm eV La mson vbied Ip 's Tes Mrs. Joh.an, toe waNts to Elzbeth Carpeteor, a Tan
mhea in .tnooateS ote ege gM tnimp the Wurn I-ge U a" M nerWtfdetor-pe e.
an .mzoxMdedl m, oo bht f E rica," be rcty, iMnchWlHlY3 101 is
N* Vsa asAMWal .bL WhMUPSMastJoleffAKMUK FyirtLadyade A aiaveumib
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\armM 6 a-Sga via gsmmy p so hy baqof Sb hr hInland. Ha Yb he Jdtmai, we -ad
as w.e. .1WMWmaa e a pht d OftsNAis10-11a m -en EdmoreM s -i to -
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acrop thrive and ow ih ouih the
critical early period when wirewerm
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Pre-Nuptial Coffee

Fetes Miss Cellon


Calendar


OfEvents
ToUMY, tIlly k
American Home Divioon d
Gaimesile eWoman' as, cC-
.ered-Ih Diner and Dance, 7
pam., Chmaoae.
University Aricultural We
end's Club, Game Party, I pn..,
" Univerity Faculty Chibahone.
GauesviDe Bridge Cab,
a., Holiday IID.
Bridge Party, Gameville
Womn's Clb, 1:3 pja, dub.
howe.
GodD Ape C Valentine
Party, 1:3 to 4:3k Cy RMe-
ao Center.
ATUDAY, rem7rb y 1
- American Amocdati of Un
&e*y Women, Luo
iMon, Park Lane Cafel ria.
Valsline Dance, Covered
Dit Supper, Am MImer ir-
de of the Elks' Lodge, 7 pj.,
E1h's Ldge.
a Fund Ba, Ba SBig
a P 1 and Mooa Lodge, I to
ltt


oef big*
pd Mrn if, y, W
ea. Medim d MyS
heel, acd bmsfl d

Oa 5.99


BOB'S
SHOE STORE


Oe IImb webt th.
vied to e co ffie wO d-
um Geoad al fi M waer,
by Mn. lak Tihomin a
MNm. Kali O ITe uty
wa held at the ampmi
bome.
Mn. war S arlt o u
Um. TO a MMartB grd P emgo
at the door. Dslve witb e
onorewe her mother, Mn.
L. D. Ceoa, Mrs. Thomean
and m. ONw.
iThe ride wapreaid
a aae of pik caiMs gd
gi ft o dsrby the ameg
An biae l r -p -


jJ4els f& BPW Sh6w


Dean


Reviews His


on. Lw.- .... A m--.t *.- AL- -


am hol yellowcti. -Im7 ;mi unm ppeaure arac h dmmI lats* stw of the UIUSUbwb
annms, apdrtas and d af- Bus m ai Piail Wsamews Club lads lght at the City iRecretior Co. Iolved and ded
d .s w-ee ed in theimv ,, tr-.lfmao ttotrightarmB M lerritt, motherfthebridegr Mm,aeO'a. Mrs.Char
ram. b Icy, bridesmaid; twin Gre my ad Mary WW bride ald bregroom, Su past president
Voyl itmMi, andMadi Woodruff, mother of the bride. Tir astem orpgamd the
Ivory 81ck, yellow aa and bds we Mweiedad madeby Ks Thaef" Gabi wkiosthell. Group introd
lo piisporium and grapes aw teu, Ms. Bly 8li all Ms. lobe Rebat, Of special
wee wrangedu anatti. aI
sr eperle, mw by b. w 1 aUNI mS, M. Edie Fsher, Miss POce, Bob dehoomdt ad Miss
pim for ,e buffet tabe. blinds Prism M igh r-Mi C. 0. Mi Eve d Uilt, Jeff May amd
Mothe o te h I .Mrs.. -&lS2
W. Cdell and Mrs. Ld hw,' "asioi fa I e Wbon' Mb Irme Cuy, Mrs. Pet s and M Pegyai S mith ,
lby Cao pr"d at the coffee sHart" given ut idat the Bb GIs and Doe Wrd. Bob W ilson a wieAli e,
yvice. and M a. enrs e Ci A e trei Cete. l A aeomealer w aA M ai Ed BWgton and M PrimsA Book
mce, l rs. Ha W. Et ConJr Boate Gls who a naed al Mike McCarthy and M SAMPLE
and iMrs. Geore Frankl pre. Tr er faMti In of applawen she appeared. Marie Ml. TODAY'M lym WHMITD
idMed at the puch bowl. citng color, patter ad stea Thean Ms Assi Mrs. oaodsan eler, g Laera Imawen S compALS
Te gpat book we kept by tut, for evtrfigur type ad That Chl Fratenity m sit chaoma was ementator.
Mrs. larEOw Jr. adM occasn were wed m lnrtafo te modah MaMic w a roded by Mi. Nancy Cello of rlroe, SW TE
Karen Owen. but th w with their "Tp Hele Weiace, lart rami ceofGerld Wota, Clear. s5 VARIE
Flowe arranganents for the A new feature of the how mate" when introducedat the Proceedsfrom the how go water, 7: p.m., Mrs. George AMin 1
coffee were deigned and made was the selection andl preaentas dce f the show. They ito- to the scholarship and reab Due r and her daughters, toour
by Mr. Harling. o of Gaimsvfile's "Ten Best ded Ron a M 14da ditatio funds of the BPW Mr Luther Erwin, Mrs. W sole.
Diner le Dressed Women" Apprriate n 0. Boomr Jr. and Mrs. Don
Mr. ad M r. No Me uas od, cafl,dread- Stephan-Cathcart cb, acoat
etertaied reent w a trmal, astea a theDubkehonu.
d.m..eat.trhominAlachby theM judge o ain t i CAR W-C ar- CahcabrtU is a m r So Joh
to cmpiltMis. Cl and aelecn e Styles adk cinr e It O L s& N (UsE Ket) and A Ca, i PhlM me&i- SUrDAY, tmmy ISJ
Mr. Woeals. sui to the WloMi also "erM l31 1Of RaMt, Cal krateSty, adMA*m e- lancheon for Wis Nancy Cd&
A floral Valentine co pink and t Iha*e s e jdp AphoMariedical bon, fiee of Gerald Woisi
red carnations and sweeOteart c e a bye lO aM their dught, Joan MD- le of porter, 1 pa., Mrs. Ca.
oaes formed the cterpiece itte. e Seph ofs Gw Gmme roly oa l, Holiday la.
for the bufet table with sver W d pe to aDr. Edwad Rem Caca

mwdm Of w ew,'i* "MWi 111
u spp'rtablesf dssMarch231 inthe U university UCAN'T
Quest incdede the hoowndt MeIodst Wapel of GcInlue. QU
couple, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cel. Mrs. Clark1 B1tler, Mrs. Sht he leride to-be was g &ra U I -
lon, parets of the de-oe; y Cad, James Clato, ate fro the CoUgeof Nu s-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cdeon Jr., Mrs. Laar tCrewae, Mrs. Al- ng of the University iof or
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smi Jr., len Y. Dany, Mrs. Winston da in Ap, She is a mm-
Mr. and Mn. Rkhydat weas t.U Mias. Jo N Iv, Mrbs.r of 7e1 rc S Alpa sA.erity.
Jr., Mr. and Mrs.GCrlesR*.obI.V..McCoyJr kMrs.ELdPAc, The brigrom det at.
erts, Mr. and Mrs. en Morris, and Mrs. J. Waye Ba. tended Duke Univerity, was
Mr. and Mrs. Doald Jacobs of A n e rraduutheaued from the Medical
Jacksoilib, Mi Pat Poywers, ,An njoyable oit do loge C arouth mad
Richard Wloger and ill Wills. W wedi ttook hiInterns iat tim a
w iWth bUri chidefr adinom,
am at 1 Pa InteBabyi a laad 4,n olw d ,,Iaddla-
d _Gatmov_ _MorIrm'l,'if TeseeD o H epLtD. Dr.
rned ..nd _..tAhE E1 KEAA only


UIx 14 WALL PO
11 x 14 WALL PORTRAIT


Hart


Book


By =W sBAA 'bes and gauiMt was a display
Dr. Donad J. Hart, dean of article from the Period
the College of BusinesAdmin- Abraham Lincoln's Day.
ittia tof the Univmry Thae display, particularly
FlMda, reviewed i mt rentiely because the review took
,ota book, "Btoi .Ia -place on the 55th anniversary
ie Society" at te Gami t Lincoln's birth, was ar-
Fib loan's 0Cb Wednesiday ranged by Mrs. Robert Faring.
adeiol. The miew was g. Mrs. J. Ed Price and Mrs.
a t to IPa ary meetiooking prqkt4 ed at the tea
Oif l Bk Inaewe Dii table daring the odwal hour.
ft dlebk. ,
t. Hart explaained tat VIMINIA U SN Aaue
h twopurposeaein m, HOUSE OF BEAUTY
* aml ad" t io u U NOW
ierprise: OPEN EVENINGS
frl, to develop a meadi* MONDAY Nu SATURDAY
M1 ame ol tmiece for a .eofq hs *,
du ofe bdml, nd set ond, ia.wy Cii.
bo Ide a ,,derstandig of
thi sland aclmofbolinessi OR A NEW YOU
Sa oal idal order. i
]k a lled the tbict o| CALL 372-1575
-6000e, 0pelda3ato1 p1 For Apowiwt
a t dtriio, rcompet -
0 Rand balmew orugauonint. Visit our Staider.
Questions the guest speak. izing Studios...
er discued iocauded the fa- Sumw Pmr an
miliar: "Why has big bus now lmeson
become big? What prlit? REGISTER NOW.
How is prot determined? What w h ., "
Slos? Whydo so manyfail in $.00s
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Fiy, Fommy 14, 1964


Battle


Duebecision Iyt O
L~t.t' l Je a hund yeers ap n
By (RA NMOID 0 L0 dayFeder ralihig party cu,-
DAULLAS. Tex. (AP)-Attor* sing of a fr m thi e For-
ys for both thei state and de- teh MNa ua & Cavalry,
hease, awaiting a decision todayCinmmiN by Capt. G.E. Ma-
Sa change of vene motion., s all e w irh m h Sandr
stable to Gahuaevila wt
sh they aN prepare start ersn to desroy qrairad cal
moationlg pospectiwe jurors he victM y.
Noedayh fr the Jack Ruby nur- 1 i dil, a ens by
dr triaL orida ldrism a the fir
DM. Jdpe Joe B. Brom id dayis d i i do O
Should rule at 3 pa. (EST) a, the u=d*r bottle h te
a the dta'ls request to Civil War hN i tMis sate.
ma the trail to Maother cly on the mon of Feb. 7, Us.
STexas. He could grat the transports docked at Jack-
motion, deny it, or could .ievll a Federal tropics
aene a fibal decisi until aft. der coUand S g. Tm
or ot re made te n- m Seymour acup the ty.
a efforts made 0 Pa h p ig wetward, ths Fedr
a *i her. T b trial is m lhe als took Baldw, itee mind
ul to begliMonday t i l at s fd Jacemoville, on the
tr morning of Feb. They
captured several prim ar
Mea Be, chief defense tllery unf cotte, turpea,
eom l, Thursday he b- re ain, pie, tobacco, ai ii
leved nebch es an .ion to ti equlpmmit in the local
t.. .Alegph ation.. avi ia
pod" that rown wouMld a ll force to M Bie Bealdwi
the lawyers to try to get a jury the Federals marched to Sak&
hm. 9ut Be predicted that aam which they oaMpied an
ury could not be picked and Feb. 11. It was part th
that e would then g trao pswhich were ordered
of ue. Gaisville.
SA. -According to Federal reports
S A "y. H y Wade, who the Union force arrived in
p l tsfer i them, Gainesville around on, Feb
sai rea toart 1, d immediately erected
al ofr ub, If who killed l arricade o cotton bal around
vey Oalid ia the city jail Nov. h courthouse square. They a
4 before a nationwide televi- ab ed gu eou maet
o-audence on the corn of te four cob
Oswald, 24, a premed Marx- v 5reL
it, had been charged with the A Confederate force, Con
asumlnatn of President John pay C, Second Florida Cava
F. Keandy two days earlier. ry, had camped near Galm
Vil. e mods t to Lake City t
Duim themore than n the pthri amy oGa
days of testimony .enlivened Joeph F ee m
by heated argu ts in the proa1Ohey U 1 to 15, _adi
l ma g-Be t command of Cat W. L Chan
to prove his contmtion the bers were havhingkchatNe
"there is a blueprint in Dallas nansvile on Feb. 15 when thl
to prove his contention that were overtakes by a courier
trial." from Gainltve who report


Tropic


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or -y to re.ie 1 o id
e aiy. Many im 1k -
had faily a d MiS* tois
city ad the vote fam d Ira
ilg beckL
Abeet fur meMO Iot S ton,
the Cfedeirate In w
ed by a roup of di a md
b aeimma ded bytlL L i
Pyle, hecod Fiorlis f any,
tho was home on ick len at
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11.e officers deddi to i The Calderate attek w
Gaesvle l ti we a e lsly pulled by the NrrtM
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Below National A


By LUNDA TILGMAN
S Apparently the perestage
'of high school admal in
Gainesville who are bUtal
Ssmokers is way below ba ra-
Stlonal average.
Of all Gaiesville junior aind
Shio gh schools Gehim ed
High School timates the high
st percentage of s =Studen mt
i, er. Joaeqh T. Hudm, ais
I- at principal, estimated that I
w or a per cent his satudeasI
o smoke, based on a survey tad.
L en by the student wspper.
p. Almost two-thirs f li
ar school pincpal i co eltal b
M- a Asiciated Prim emy i
r- X to b per cent of their sudeuis
y smoke regularly. More than one-
r quarter place the figure at V
ad per cent or more.


Gacarille's pri tpal rll-
m t sta i makers at t


J. B. Hlimos atad that,
l per cet o P. K. Yoge sIn-
dants wersmoker Oth W.
Neay, Uncoh igh School, a.
tinated "a very small pere-
age" of his students. hiomal F.
TI alinu bdkibh l Juldor
High said les than If per cent
of his students smoed.
Mot prcipal id that
smoking was not a problem ofa
any cosequence in their
aIschoo but o t a*io s oe -
mented that their estimates
were based only on tbhor sta-
dents caught and seen making
on their way to and from school.


'Cancer' -Cuba


ter
. a doctor's peritiont is
needed for owage

4.t of the above are trec
5. SamO of the aboe is true
Ul. Among Cuba's serious locial
ald economicl pro-hil1 are all

olthefllowing eept that
1. them are not nearly enough
Jobi to gp aroud


.J m a tam m su
15. Food iraomed in Cube anad iw is r rded as "ad" h
may basic item re i s- l.tourism
traely ort supply. In fact, prd ctioof supr
1. mlk is ppoed to be glv- 3. tst.uamafacturing
eo*ly tocMil m s. or mnoo I
It ii hfd tof pAl ranm ewNon sr as
ratil of p, ,mset ad b- & tP .s i .
41 tIfwI
Vr i TO IOco o ooorr Tommfr e&
fo~a-.* bihSim b Se EinS
aDA. oW o r-m to 5 eaeles s Br

CEo i W 3 171, lea
Tm o Sotm on n* "tS a
mea ls r mm as say
u atir smon. Af ta n o .
ol te DAVID V. dE. .


S"s. dabtwion*
asd to swr MS. OsL d AA


1. military police
. propaganda misiy
3. neighborhood spy systems
4. traveling military tribnalI
5. local rationing boards
Answer the following quea.
tins true or false.
atI WD eri0tl w I
-m tien $ m$ lloNaaIay.-


x-. Te State Deparlml0nt b
Sshoambe rhig sbated that between 1,MI
a.dr Mnd 1,5 per from other
It. Aeording to US. eIates, Lide Aeric cuntrie w
Cul'a durreat al Cry toi M h I i t bd
*strength nAcludes the fol. indotrination or guerrilla war.
ilow i g e en pt .a e aMuch *-
3N a bdiof.beui/dtibt
1. 11 IG jet r pla inteWive ppagk pegrain
1 about radr bi in LaUthAi melsica ed by
L 11tmto1%ml al Bthe Cuban -ews service La
Iary advisers Pres. -
L a tStmItan ay adl 2t To shvw that be he with
I 0 mflitime Russia in Coouslt ideology
leth bobn and C 1 cal dispa, FM Caro
BMs sharply criicid Red Chine
Ite C omli h l r DeSae policies S d as wered ia
Sthe Revolufi is the ame Red iONm IN ermta- o rv.
t has bee given to Cuba's ed frm Cm boMeb rs.-


Top Jazz Group

To Perform Here


-r.- r win,," lruwL2Iwuu
bmsit ide, a S it mk, The Paul Wihr Sext, the p.m., the University's Depart-
l i Ltdl li, i ii r il U. L.Otle &caloN Muor One CelleC e Jazz meant of Speech will hold a
Sair ig la i l Ik. Jlm V. D. G will performat t lUni Reader's Tlntatre featuring its
SrSim Dietor of the U i ty of Florida Saturday. faculty members doing read-
ROaMl tobG lMe 1 ei Fisrid a's a A-I Their two concerts wiU be in wings by William Shakespeare,
toi di-.s cl at AtS~ilm Camn- University Auditor iam at
.".'" tr to a e 1 oNadlall: -a1 1 :15 p,,a I HELP
Slte be FmAb C oemalg .itme for Nat. heir appearanm on the
lm" ANth* 11 K i M De ll m MteNal.c w MbeaLye =C
wi a l anh ir of N pi" I "Omimal* C A. S lSliel Attraction with YOUKR
wswobft .cm hgb < h It*A- a l ilereserved atp t is
be lrlt report, howev. I wlrl of the Univerity's third SUN
e pmet ______ -a sal am y uB to ea""- ad r lliFiuae Arts Festival
rr -r P W UB1 ate e1*k. ^d r whtitbegm Wednesday. CARRIER
ut ed* detrae" ShmIhadl E a ithe nandl billed was voted the
Cn 3ii a"the n e ad tii awaerdsfo Nal iM's Number One College Every S" un carrier
js *dil s ima t a wawrdsfo advacr Jaz Group of INI1 in the salesman is "in busi.
wiheBt." e Coelontad y. Georgelown Intercolleg- ness for himself." He
msed the Federal tiree for a late Jan Festival. This ranking buys his papers at
ew moem t about ha way G OgF rtm won them a n vitatin from the wholesale and sells
a 8 .S.StateJDepartmentto tour them at retail. The
to Wald they omd bk to M h TOO Truth South Americ on a goodwill difference is his profit.
alesrviIe.
N EW YORK (AP) Am old '
A few hours water they moved pg e, S hw a paper I r covered 23 countries His full weekly prof-
I for hilite. a Qihime fortunecookiereads: Aid V l it depends upon the
"H*p I'm being heM prioe In addien to the tour, they prompt payment of every
h a oine forte cookie fac. were also the first jazz group customer he serves. Next
k es toery." to play in the White House. time your Sun carrier
o I ~1 happed Waieiday says Today, fourmore of the Fine calls. .pay him prompt-
Robert Grve, who was at Art Festival's events take' y.- He'll appreciate it.
S muh a factory to complete de- place.
IWD rl t ta-tlls of W mo order for a The camps chapter of Sig- Qt.m l
average pmo a i f i r Buialo, ma Alpha lot, women's nat-
N.Y.,radio station WBW. ional honorary music sorority,
he r i reported told police that while he wif present a Musicale by its
little effect on gsh i wsu anderig ar thea rear members in the Music Building *
inching habits by tie Burp. of the fory, it sed, and heAuditorm at 8:15 p.m. At 4
General' port, and at was locked in for four hours. u or coNwrmiox or ainsK oA r nwm ir
alen ja r high l omtesbm. To. o embarramd to telephone S d *..l alm I a r 11 tiie. I"
lime and nu poled oA police, he sipaled pamersby, cus. ualsc mtk ih bihe s. and cash it.s Ia pro
that smking h aw "eloig wiO called police. They located uin .I o idl uo of, rct ad misated. SILM
advetur" to the Sihr Igh t o owar. Ioin f ii 0*ad l ii ..........
site] o." Othe km. as",stid. a ielture u(icluding Swa securi-
ICBIue aof 0T Ne Pral uge .ai-d .riratuai Noto uara ted
SReNameWel u.. ........ ... ... .. .1"
Director of bSJuwthm-Doe. C siotb iseK a ibeluflot I onimock f Fderal butte
ad R. Ale, aM ther is TOSttePot. "' *o
*To tate ost- laa ada tna.iaehg$137.0 ,verdral'sl 1I


county policy on smaklig. "iI
Is left up to he bdividal TALLAHASSEE (AP)-James
schools to dedde,"- si Aien, '"'- j- f Jacsonvile ad
but all pri~cplh said tt Dt nJoephWietie lver
ok i definitely o ..ted ,, of raorida were appointed
on their cam am in lchol to the Florida State Board of
buses. At GIB Is amneem i ExNminers by Gov.
the rules for a student to have! arris Bryant today.
cigarettes in s poesm on Siver snwdi Johin VW. Pen-
the school greUd. nel. Dean Wel, a cureot mem-
A ltate law rquirm pubk ber theiboard, wasgiven a
school instruction the ha new term.


u eects o tis, alcohol
ad smoking. isM usaily in-
corporated into the siene pro -
yarms, but is often streamed in
physical education classes.
At GHS the effects oof m ini
have become a popular sbjed
Simmon re that -ecept
onal cienc projects have been
Watwood sdents on dpr.
ef e, oai d their aects
Caught mting o school


at iaoth -, Wtwooed, to a
two week uvMpei at c.
mlL GMS w caias uMls o
w-A firfd but shie
diaua id to the m lury
usenmfo for tree days. PXR
Yeq ad Howard li p
either nd letters home to p
rebts or ael tem i for a fam-
cenference a the prubm.


On the Alert
HAMDEN, Conn. (AP)-Wal
ter Thomas' car caught firen ad
burned in a parking lot Tht.r
day whie he was at work in a
buiklng about 13 feet away.
Thoou is a dispAcher If
the Hade fin depart e.


POPANE


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NATURAL 1M
Cook Hoat Woter
LOw Cot
FR 6O110


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st fmim amd ElSIE.U, fualturesad fixture sIts"57
( ~Noa Mwe este w in subjectto waf miesa as u-
~----------. "e,
Md by bilk)
bI tians as other uo" IndIMetly nprMesrtls bask prim
ISe Ur th ru le lnui -.Wt -a n s
amui llawl=y to tbea bk on aceaslfi umAMatA- -
Omaw aittt -- .,.,- n. m -- *
hjoma. dW S lltill. pirtnaiispe. a rorportosi
=Tim td Taao dt Mv idIvials, puartnersIl, an 4
a .eatlmr. a..I. .t
D= *f Uiteld State GIvr n glt pllcludiaq postal savNis 4.72323
Dnoesia of St ltsad political aubdioiiosl 4S0 -20
ed nd e.. nt .a, .. ............ .. I
CtMM am *Bl. checks, .W AS
TOTAL POSITs-..S 1
(a) Total deoad deposit .. 4AU $1
(b) TOtal lime ad savIB1 deposits $1.0m.197?
Montesani or other lies I R O Ns0bnk premier and noA 0
so c"rsalldti.........
rofieimBs aid oSher libbiliti lor borrowed monRy N os


Urtto t UNtilM .... ** *..... .. BS
TOTAL LASUT.E .1.. 21
Ii p i ICAVITAl ACCOUnT
I Capil: I) Cu l stock. toiWl par vlue tMW0M0U mAWm
cb) Plreerred Mtoc, l pr tolta aorVal" 7-
SIrbta vlS .V & ., n
ec Capital Ie uaimd dtituri .w r -
gurplu .. -...- .... ... .. ** nM
Undlivideld profits ..... 11,79A AS
Wean. aIsd rettreeS *account for preferred captal)D
TOTAL CAPfIAL ACCOUNTS SKM Is
TOTAL UAnUlTIU AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,. 17513o
UMUOA DA
ime pioS et lpod 1t Meanae liabilities sadfor oter
prNdsies (Iadhte a I bill. redlOunted and seAmul.
twe.I"d MM agm es tM flwrchklu 32 0
hI" Loas a m an after 4ductioi of valuationalrea. a o em
(ki) Stoellmu as ean abve after doductieus of taNU
L Joks J. TaYls.,1oMt."V. P & Coshist. of tle hot*W-amed bagk. do
masi sy near that tOthis rst o coftintl nU trn ed amgel,. 1 toos
Corrot-Attet: Ja J3. Taylor


jrme ME"
F. D WUilamS. i
Fr@11 G. Jlso


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tanrw-.


llat rnida. CUSy af AlcBhau, as
swti to aim Slemet before me t lh i day of Febr
tura, IML. rid I timb ey rtily lat I os Sm a omla or
direeor of thi bauk.
Iy owmalmsm eqxirm Au I. 1NI
H. W.. MueM. 1Moar Fub


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Ruby Trial

Location


Gainesvii w Deiteeor
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S-tV WasThat
- NameA. ga
WASHIGTON (AP)-A the
hi Hoe ate dua r far
iOh Prtle Mitbler Alec
ttmhm l~Mon y *
eale MOaM Bab mms
aswed tou th merupHdn
Arrivifn at pruiot JoMn-
a, Berde Aook hl and
qipped: "I d t ath year



Loaded Shell

Pelts Crowd

AtGasparilla
TAMPA (AP)-A oad diot-
M iM pwd a crowd tc
ie Fori a State Falrpomb
7Tz, -a eifht pr-
o and touWieff off mmet
Ia. Mled Pity, UK d
Tape, Marexd 3 pMamume.
Shi wa reported fair ceaW
icit' aa hospitaL Thelrs
we lMeS1 after treabtmi
ir 11Mr ln1 d l.1
Pie aldthe d We mWs fin
from a liPuge arm by Em
Uin apezaTapm ps aderk
and a parade participant,
ny said the loaded hed ap-
pa-tly became accidentally
Mil with blankb med by ftle
revelers.3
rig of blank cartridges i a
hatre o the parades.
Wineases said wmnontay
pmae erupted in the grand-
stads, jammed with 6,M per-
k whben the ipelt spinked
thetroud. Order was quickly re-t

Rum Tubs Gone
PORiSMOUfl, E1* C(AP)
trraum ration to sea in plastic
-The admiralty's research lab-
walory, seeking to save space
It warships, has decided the old
as.bmoud rum tube take up
io much room. Te empty


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Producers 'Get in the Way'


Charges Director Ela Kazan:
-


my NMUDE aUSE
OLLYWOOD la anM
mhas rck at me t main
prf Of the Hollywood power
stnidmre by urging hat pro-


Where Did


G'vile Books

For Asia:Go?
Books collected by Gawine
ville Hk Schol students forI
the Books for Asia FoMdI
found thdrawaytothenAlorGo-
JA Secodary Egs Soo"
in MaUlaa, Malaysia.
A letter addressed to 'Te
Principal, GakevHile ighb
School was received rm l
from Tom Savage, Peace Corps
vdluer and librarian at the
sclo, according to Joseph T.
Hudson, assistant principal
Savage expressed thanks to
the school the principal, and
the Books for Asia program,
and said they were an mpor-
tat source of books and other
materials for the library at his
school as well as other second-
ary schools in Malaysia
Approximatey books were
collted and sent according to
Mrs. Marine Buswt Amerian
History teacher who supervised
the project
Books for Asia Foundation col-
lects books from group and
schools in this country and
handles packaging and postage
charges.


n ih aeded orroieS

hi tiW on d the f ," S
hter ad mnml, "dm net
eed a pce to ake a fim
T pe Just |Bb on e

Kuan' tore into p-
bal o is latest dmie, "Aw.
ehica, miucare otei pr.
dou aMd I rted the plder
The DIrektmr i of Ameri
ad adlAS week tha ite
ffB wq oe d the five bet
orecaogjobsa i m atuma
m .ahA for is direct
of "M t% WARtt"
Nserfwt, thI -I ,
as the Iepeueu So the
;A; sdim, hi m*abwed
ilrbb power .O5 maD Mo-
vies mse i mofym-& 1
tive aiAd o wg* out in-
to th0 by ers.
"' iS.,' sid Imn, "is
the o6ly clviwud country in
which moviaesare not ta ser-
oly. think t prMduMers
am graly respoi forte
medorfty ammy American
finiu"I ;


b died c k ai Fd Ar
-i ubAwimalll a,.

ian moeiado% an


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co in ftie" we,

ieM a siore an mfty rd
"aN dhoi "he the A-,

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hi d rbi. o a- Im Wil



re id main Mh taiher
dre ar, suoer to oides p
harm fo am Is in t c
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,apsmie, etd of
eii in m ad i atmi movt t



aqy qufma at movW eam
"art t ymake that cao ea




te a o impkov& t W A
Smadi, ei-r of 11ego


any other art"


He Proves Movie Theater

Buiness;Still Has Life


HOILyWOOD (AP)-Fo an
industry that was uposed to
curl up Wd die the movie thea-
ter business b showing am inagI
life. |
Euger V. Klein, president of
the Ni al General Corp.
which rpsm M theamters-Fox
West Cyst-in i stats, d-
clares: I
"We feel the theater basinesi
bottom out some tme ago
Te inle has been etremely
Poe fMr theaters meem*tl.
There e times at ristmas
when one of o M tn- rs
aM out, f ttl hasl
happenul for five or sd ears.
"Whatthas ucaed theater
v :ival? Better pr odut T
theater business i that Holly-
bit people Wind to e.
"Mes*t, ft is beo oPod
sop d pscture s t*h a ak=
mm cs enjoy .Ube *'Irm
but lot of fun,
"I think Hol plywood eti gote
the msage. People wont p io
see any rade B garbage. They
won't to Mse wa it e .
plaining to see something they
wat to see. But if they don't
want tosee it, you can't get
them into in pems."
GeIt Kein is a plainspoke
man with the frame of a pro
omtl fullback wd a mme of
a Tat the publi wl buy, Thl
I ek J et all.
ih a Gim h m e s i-'.
mAnet; sa lta iSal W at
$,45,M1 vs. a lom s of
two yards ago.
al veteran film den aa
suffered a se of redk
mnyeas eore xrnchb% e eo


I0OnWA..
WSLCOMtS


YOU...
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black in IM. e umchange in
fortune resulted from a modern-
iation cmpign that now has
the orprati selling nt ly
movie entertamet bt houses,
dried figs and lootenany sig-
ers.
Among National General's
new enterprises: Concerts, ITc.,
which produces live attractions
in-lui a season of mulcals
at Santa Monica Civic MAdlvi-
urn; Minm Park, the rit sell-
ers; theater colorviio, for
dosedircit television; mobile
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deputies said today. The French
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Mexico, Martinique and other
LatiAr4merican countries.


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daw V. McLaglen. His style, tants, of either sex, seem to
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ltwhb comleag but o, Miss O'Hara, too, enters the
G*m wh, the tas at hijinks with gusto, including a
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f the film don't quite come flees Mr. Wayne down main
of, it is not for lack of effort street in her underwear. Stand.
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IN ts way, a I reactionarylWills, Edgar Buchanan and Yv-
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cr oI homesteaders I, swith experienced enjoyment.
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Lake City's Gram


Aut article wa a sta y in the Suday rot sectios f
the isvlle Courr-Journal m of the nation's finest new
papers,
It ts of a new trwd i Ka y mversities ad colleges,
rigt mran the University d lafty at L gta down to
the m ler schools scattered in the various bil ad dales
of the hne Gram State.


No Special Privileges


It has to do with th isolation of athletes from the re-
mainder of the student body. It ha ban discarded to this
extent at Kentucky.
No longer do athletes le alone n a wing of a dorm. No
WeWr do they eat at a speal trang table.
IU ~dbb Aem* hrlel tat n ta"e hNM mbe hi
Mbetd eo rait aitd hims e. He is aewed t pick
his spt Sd his remmate. He ah is givem a ertain
me eat emo e msM y u em ls. He may eat in b -
vut Wlrifb, S han g. eak where he Semis.
Te oa in bpting who eaearted approval fmm the ath-
kind at the sAe"t b me coach. have rmrvations
t i m in y ve much beer control ob-
vw hm the le an & cofed= to o dorm and
mad to eat at a sepand trading tle.


Kaznmaier ikeIt


Di Kami, um AU *rfI qu Utba rt d, Pri
te md rec.duy a Jachevle eM ute (he si may be),
Shem adcat thifor yuear.
amsr ad yl's sum ae g d-nha l
d tkh trMu iwAiogf ps to aibyt babe a
lsy te eimls a summates fr Isinsed -
Bte A lie hmei ad to tae eltr mlaub mn t paes
to btSL. PFIoe erted u u Keily is dmbg -aw.
EidmSr M he imed the R seeIs4 L s ad e
plnu hegaW bd o -m0Pre ehs
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State a few yeM back, l plhb new dorms, isolated ms,
r the atletseLSUbilding eve kam a attached
ao pool for ae by the irs, beikaoll plays, e.


UF on 50.50 Basis


lorida has been on a 54W basis In this respect Ahletes
live in the doms with fellow students, although their rm.
mates are other athletes. But they eat at the separated ral
g able, excepting married atlms ho are give a monly
allowance r food.
im- a br, lito Unihed IlIs News ad Warmt Be.
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The Close One

i By MIS NSENM
SAssat Sprts Editor
STAhKE It had been a long season for Coach
Erwin Land of Starke. Those one-point decisions al-
ways semed to sway the other way.
But, iy Luck suddenly de-
cided to smile on the persona- Lake City trailed by 11
b Mr. Land night-hen points,4 midway in the l-
it coun na quarter when things started
A After Starkue's John Will to erupt
hams ad Ed Moore of Lake
City haO carried on a person-. Pllc e
g duel for Mike Murphy hit a basket
inutesone of those resh and t Moore
Svictriesame and's way and Mark Moody scored on
His Trnadoes pulled out to pull the invaders to
Swi over LakeoCity in the with a seconds rema-
ope run of the Florida '
Star Coaference tournament Starke's Bobby Moody pump-
D opet Wedl in a free throw to push the
Land bad pointed out before advantage to five points. Mark
the pgae thatStarkehad drop. Moody then dropped in two
pd six games by a total of only free throws and a layup before
13 point. But, he added that the b er twared t come.
a coupmlrk of thoedome asin ck
tbe win column i tournament Williams, a lanky 64 center,
play wuld make up for the was themanmostresponsible
past. for a Starke vicory,toesing n
He coUldnt have been happ- points and grabbing number.
__ J


The Tornadoes entered the
game wit a IM n rd "and
we coud have bem 154 with
any luck at al," said Land.
A l period Lake City surge
almost watched victory from
Stake' fingertips in what
trned ut to be a wild and
woolly win

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But, be almost was matched
by Lake City's Moore who tall.
iad 24 points a ding drives
and jump shos.
Starke jumped off to a 2 0I
lead as Williams warmed up
arm with a jumper
fran the key and gradually
moved to a 14-10 first quarter


Maintaes le
The Tornadoes maint
d the lead throughout the
and period, leaving the flm
halftime with a a0 bulg
Starke kept upthepac
the third period, stretchiq
lead to 11 points at one
The quarter reded with the
does out frot 47-.
Ernead Jn s haced
Wilas in the scoring
mat for Staruke with s.
Moody and Richd S
supported Moore for Lake
with 12 apiece.
Starke teets top- seed
latka tonight at 8:3, imd
AngsUNe t na lIve Oak
opener at 7 o'clock
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2-7 in the conference ad T-14
overall But Coach Babe e
Cathy's BDio middenly
are ly dangerous.
All this cam about lost
Monday eight when State
scared the daylights out
No. 3 ranked K ucky at
LeAingm bo re losing, 6-
U, to AdolphRupp'a Wildcats.
Led byNiM
State led by as much as nine
points eariy a td the 'Cats.
And it wat until the final
six minutes that Kentucky
could move ahead to stay.
McCarthy hld met o last
year's SEC championship
team, including ace guard W.
D. Stroud.
Returnees imIlude Stan
Brinker, 64 forward; Doug
Hutton, 4-1 guard; Don Posey,
U forward; Bly AndertA
6H guard; Aubrey Nkho, -1
guard; and iRke Wildam,
. forward.
Stariag IAepi
McCarthy has been starting


Keystone

Takes Win

In Tourney
CLLAHAN Keystone
HeighIs scored a 7851 wi ov-
er Florida D & B last night
in a firastouod St. Johns, Co-
ference basketball pmne.
Other action saw BunneD, top-
eeded, win frn Crscent City,
540; Dayluoa Beach Father
Loi topped Baldwin,61 33;
and Callahan wo from Has-
tfigs, 57-51.
Toght's games wil send
Keystone against Bunnl at 7
with Calahan and Father mLo
p meeting at 8:. Fonls a
toorrow night.
Keystone was led-by Garyw
lr*__lm 21 ---" mi 11 h


Bri-r at si wt W1-
ism ad Peny, &, 1s;I
lari mmisad Newei,
Pmd Pfl ih, a 'ph
sht, als" may see s w
thmatan
doa at gv
The Gabers gained e o
their d-te great baseball
trkmaphs we State last year
in downing the loop champs
"3 in GainWse.


DAYTONA BEACH --
Gabeille High School win
try to repeat ll stunning up-
et of lat moth whenit plays
Datoa Beach Seabreede at
So'cldock tonight
The 'Canes won from the
Sand Crabs, 1-79, in a real
stu er at Gainesvilte. Tat
win came when Seabreeze
was among the state's top 10.
ranked high school teams and
had been beaten only twice
previously, both times by Co-
coa, then the No. 1-ranked
team in the state.
Seabreem now Is 144 with
thrine loss to Cocoa, one to
GHS and the others to Bishop
Kenny of Jacksonville and Ti-
tbivile.
Hme Temwrrw
GHS, which has a homer
game tomorrow night with
Orlando Oak Ridge, is 11-7
for the year against the most
rugged opposition it has fac-
ed in many seasons.
The 'Canes have played
well and most of the losses
have been to highly -rated
in--
Coach John Raper's club
has bowed twice to Palatka,
No. 9 rated in the sate; to
Dayon Beach Mainland,
twice, and the Bues are al,
so in t top 10; to Pensacola
ecambia, one of the top 2
teams; to Cooa, aMN the
top five; and to Santa F, an
area leader.
GHS starters wil be Mike
Hartman, Bill KeeIer or Sam
Martin, forwards; Terry
Nutt, center; and Boyd


Hot Warriors

Might Get

'Cooling Off


Sa U- Coopr 1 powA INd H 1y
sec- Jimmy McMurtry. Ostrot had By ANOAT
w at 13 and McEver 11 for D. Themat Vaj e'
e. CM Day gft the malnaUii brg
e In a; N. 4-im: a Me4 te SSn Francisco Warros is a
2h In M9bNou S. 5 I-. i; Boaom 4;
g t Mom -I ; pun. 14 TLk. Td wter n bomb from opponents
the. Man DA J.. n-id ;ntA to c@l f the red1.e
v n bDM. Ma41 a. 1 l; la- Wed Coasders.
S2. 1+, Lk. Mt 0 14 ;.
:- ..,a "w am. Premably happy to pay the
Iup I t postage t ld be t. etamn
Mrtau 1-". -" O- 2des. Thr Natimald BaMket-
mat.l I baD AobeatIo Eaatm Divi4
a sion lead over Cinm was
City e cut to 2%p by 'niraday
t night's 154 drubbing by the
dPa. Fires. 2 Warri
d a San Freiae an hohld the
SAma had a set a same lead over StIas in the
gmos 1 -19lt to lead We Diviso, a has taken
A..the Tip'mbler la e at aIIs bit 1 colts. All
Lt P las.. mHer m was be NA sas tooU k the nt
.MameI U TSwfay.
a. Baaoff*eed MS keyed by
Sr- Mary Carter Pains had a WiAt CmahuriUl's U pcas
m series ,a m 0 stage ala a isurteheriod r car-
s baL Emt el Th l im riW tni w m tothe whl


Flori used a rash f Sate
hals to twn bi trkk. Both
eas made 17 fled
n that game but lorida pour-
ed in charity chances to
just 2 for State.
Gehr Swens
Coach Norman Sloan plans
to open with Paul Morton, 6-
5; and Dick Tomlinson, 6-5,
forwards; Mont Highley 6.7,


WelAsch and Bil Boast guards.
Searee will use its high-
scoring jhnor cater, Den-
nal Cantre, plus John Wal-
as, Km Hayes, JIM Stevens,
and Max Boales.
The 'Canes t rrow ngh


By NORMAN SLOAN
UP Baskebm Caech
Our conference won and lost
record is now 44. In all proba
ability our fourth loss in confer-
ence play at Auburn eliminates
us from any chance of win-
ning the SEC championship.
As we have repeatedly stat-
ed, our immediate objective is
to win each and every game
we play. Our primary overall
objective is the SEC champion-
ship. Many people have asked
me if the fourth loss and the
probability of being eliminated
from the conference list has
any effect on the morale and
spirit o our basketball team.
I do not think there will be
any change at all as far as ef-
fort and desire Is concerned.
We may hot be the SEC chain*
ps this year but we deaite-
ly will have an important say
in who will be. Three of the
four contenders for the confer-
ence teams are Tennessee, Van.
derbilt and Georgia Tech. All
have to play us here in Flori-
da Gym.


Mast Adjst
One of the problems a bask.
etbal team is faced with is ad-
justing from game to game
and the difference in officials.
No two officials are alike. Some
officials are very time consci.
ence and call all of your res-
ricted zones very carefully.
Others make a specialty in
calling traveling, etc.
Our recent trip to Alabama
certainly pointed up the differ-
ence that exist in the conduct
of game de to the style of of-
ficiating. We were involved in
Sbasketball game at Alabama
whereby the officials allowed
absolutely m contact at all.
Atotal of personal fouls
dere called in this game. Two
nights later at Auburn t was
just the opposite. We had, from
a standpoint d physical con-
tact oe of the roughest pgaes
I have ever experiened.
I mention this just to point
up one o the many problems


center; and Brooks Hede
au, 6.3; and Tom Bazl, 5-
10, guards.
The ter of the game
by a low-scoring one inth
State playing ball-contl if
it gets a chance.
Radio Station WRUF will
broadcast the game starttg
at 8:55 Gainesville time'


are expected to have Ulttl
trouble with Oak Ridge. GHS
scored over M points in down-
ing the Orlando school b a
previous meeting.
Game time will be I o'dock
tomorrow night.


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you must cope with in getting
a basketball team ready for a
game. I certainly am not say.
ing nor even implying that the
officials beat us at Auburn.
Our problem at Auburn was
one of Auburn playing extreme.
ly well and aggressively. We
did not play a very good game
and certainly we were not ag.
gressive, enough to keep pace
with Auburn's team on that
particular night. A lot of peo-
ple have asked me about the
Auburn game and I hope this
helps in some measure to ex-
plain the game.
Toagh Games
We play Mississippi State to.
morrow at Starkville, Miss.,
and Ole Miss, Monday, at Ox.
ford, Miss. These are two SEC
games and we play them od the
road. Therefore, we know tley
will be two tough games. Mis-
sissippi State has a lot of tra-
dition and it is the type of
team that does not make Wry
many mistakes, playing a tery
slow and deliberate game:
State always has done a 1hs
Job of taking advantage of
your mistakes.
We know Mississippi State
will be up for us because of
our upset victory over them
last season. Likewise, 'we
Should have little difficulty get-
ting up for Ole Miss for they up.
set us here last year. Ole kiss
will put onof the finest 16
vidual performances on the
court in Danny Kessinger.
I know that the University of
Florida Fighting Gator basket.
ball team will be going al out
to get back on the winingninde
of the ledger against Missip.
pi State and Ole Miss,


Boys' Club to Compete

In Pocket Billiards Test
Members of the Gainsvglkmitry took part inte t
Boys' Club wiU ompte for test, and this year IU -
more than 1 awards and pr. mre Boys' Club boys will .
.. Z. A


es in the U aiual Boys'
Bh be d America National Poc.
ket Billiard Tmet Char-
h e Dobbs, Boys' Ohb program
B fecr, aamd today.
Menbes the Cl ubWl par-
t a ind t in o ae jointly
spMr by UCA Md the BI-
nd Coes of Aneris, i
to age o ivm: Joet mmo
Hm 11-0i; di bapd lae-
S Mte. -U.I I
ur haunt, Deik
ah, "aM ea in hear
i MiANs i c -F c lwais
SI. ulw. bi n



a- u- ealy
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Vic k s eMg


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I^R^J^b^ tnm ^


me am a m. ammmal


Top scorers of the lol Ckb
will compte with member of
other Cl on the basof
comparative scores for tie
BCA trophies, and for more
thm Im awards of sports aeqp-
meont, radios, cameras and Wtb.
ar pries.
Sandy Qualifies
NEW YORK (AP) Sady
imbes. Dodgr Walm Seie
hr, ph by quald fr be
Van Heusen enibsat
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wa s ha nmee
to AWW ebUmmBlb W
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AT SEABREEZE TONIGHT


'Canes Try for Repeat


UF Will Have


Definite Say


In Title Race


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Taylor Win'


In Riverland


amd s Melros 56 ; md, I m1 Ia r Key maien


minOtIrMe toTuy tlor asd Ceor Kay e
zJs, D ip last ar 1k i t-iOs hehHs we
JAapairkof Mil lrtt e t a:s .
Ce ar Kaey won from HaTw- let ay
u, Ila;; and Tayler beat Hawther d le d&nIt i
O, 41. ( kom eea Thie n l rsU had
_'s sfl fi l am siky the k b the
ae Hawth s phyg iret h ladl only s.o at
alft The d ed M tangs
ex bAtaled lawbrsC tkeeph a.
feBaxter ::clitp a.


Plays Late,

But Great
ft ON, ArL (AP) R
. beat darkle to ie
VO an t be on A
mW well be reversed today In
fW V3 Twes Open CoG
Toisaumr1a t n 1 ea is
dos P doud theI bu .
S Sal flare ling a dark-
S halt flashed into b e* ky
wi the W year-old Baser
from Amarill, Te., sll on
f fairway playing his last hole
Thfitday.
P fGA rulea id he Mcoued
ete it and he did in almt
total darkness with a par an a
mU .par I for a road
W*h Ithdul tour birds illd
That equaled the sW set by
U-year-ol Vossler more tha
Sfebou Uearlfer OvWr the er
Cotry Club in warm shine.
A dam pros didn't finish
Am will complete their opeoIN
rud today amid opl a
ft graies woAldn't a




Bading was three under with
tlo to play.
-Tied at 7 gong into the m-
and round wee Guy Glbergr
of-Carto Oas, Calif., Chuck
C'*riyq of San DiTCal Cal.,
i Do Masungale O f Jacks.
,b', Te.9

Minmi Falls

To Houston
HOUSTON (A)-T7m Unive
sity o( Houes took command
aytd hea d d of ea dermined
r h drive by tbhe i Unielt
d Mht to win, Mo
'a Aorta C ourga surprised
68 taWB' *irmlanem, the m&




Miam's Rick Barry scored g
po-t and grabbed 1i rebounds


'kary Brolke t
"takesHonors
.5YSTONB HEIGHIS -
.Mary BrokM took low groms
khemr bi Un lo group play
S theU Keystone Gol and Comu-
tCb yes-rday. She had a
AL
Smee la had ID ti with
a,% ad Dote Parka was best
-N the ole p-*yer
.isElleman
Ufeads League
Lih mimia's 41 1d the
MiOer's Garage Coode
t aat Pam LIm ye-
Wtk. V h ok"ty hd
'M Avis Lid l. Mrs. OM
wly hd alU3 slb mg
wIWase bIeet ais
wok nab by Uby cDi-

Colts, Swiskers
Take Victories
cina wo from CtMms w
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The Horas thea pDed away
for their 19th win a u pmea
ta Meo. Mdem, wiel has
mo wO, mow hemi .e Ba a
rm.
De ale r a ds Hawthorne
MON with 1pfmenid Andy
ab had 13. Wayn Allison
Mam 14 fr Mdes.
eN Wed I hm it pe



Bt ahe hit a cold
reek on teir I heeti wie
the Wildcats from Taylor
cmgo fre.
1 r fm ht bad to S-7
pil m a the le period. lBea
held ea to it lead uit the last
two minutes A baket by Sam-
y iles shot Taylor ahead
ad he whmes added to their
Gary Ha led Bell with 13
points while Mie had 17 and
St Cowart for the winners.
lan the g cootests. Evelyn
Warat topped Cedar Key with
1 poitS while Sleqr
added 15 and Candy Clark 1.
Brenda Podard had nine for
Deunor Sweat hit 11 points
forTaylor and Carolyn Tim
made 14 for Melrme.


TAOU SUM 5t? Cmrut t
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hAYLOR'S SAMMY MILES (35) DRIVES FOR BAIKBT.
... lti Lya HI (12), Bobby Smith (11), Waye Wiliams () M .


Daytona Race Winners


Will Be Complete Cars


DAYTONA BEACH The S pee dway.l
ear Uthat wins the m-le "On the Speedway tsel a car


American Challenge I
Daytom bt" i al4
way tmorro, o the
Conthimntal Synday, wiul
oplete raefi car -
without a fault.
That is t opinion


of the


American and foreign drivers
who now are making practie
rums the Speedways 8.3
mile track ad road course.
'To win either of thee races,
a car must lave a very high
flat out speed sy, IN to 180
- on the Spedway itself, and
maniuverabuiy on the flat
turns to the fieldd" said Roy
Salvaori of glhnd after he
had tried the,3.11 mile track
and field cour
RIght Tars
o won't de y any Cood perto
outrun the f"ld on the Speed-
way track if you haven't the
cou ering to t*ke the U& turns
of the road eni ," said Skip
Hudso wholl drive a Cooper
Chevy In the Challpenge Cup.
Salvadori, well be at the
whel of an Atm Martin in the
Coinental A Suday, and is
considered major tMirea to
Sd read rae
track in he 'world offied a
challae to atch the Dytona


I
Gator Swimmers


Io t SeWminoekes

la aMd l "strigu l *ew are bhetlWr Dick
bile's up tat t.dl farweil, dive Lansing Price,
M aturd al e bseker Rod HueBA aned
rlo in a tlaamkspearb loiqtarnCarteKnIMad free.
S wbIt rim y. Jer IM RooD.
i was; I"' by 0 a orNNa's m11ei61 fresh
a r t n to the waterat 1: to toee
n TanaMnse. mo r tamues rsu for the meond
In WTSllaibsee. Tl b e
a btitlatd ram," with the They bst eay 5am
Se bowInuSl a$10* bollsa afaIatee*u.h
tpt a5 g pt. aopg wth a ade
lace to mshl lou Wa1 ad 1ro mp am
Gate have empneted a them- ToaneT h b at
Sm.e. s Iep oI Nth ~ Ctrlt Pal Beach tei
powensinclbiganuspet wa m d th Baby Gatre.
over siuranke North CaOi 0 Ba t
a in Cmhapel w Q Oats
'the Nrth Carwlil wa W ]1j j *
tnr beiOr tiseun.."w Wl vm in au
rid coack l Harm MOs,
"but a even strwg partor NAmAU, Bahamas (AP) -A
ace wig be meIry tobe h l 1boatWe poind
norild Sate." day to0 sail the Na up
To pahin the victory, Harra the finalevent fr te
.in .w.i e a s prim- bal.ms Oase "Qa t Coder.
aem be a his s ad aOd uies Choaipeup.
darley tree satyi ad bu CoiMrta, 0 -.ledetoop
"er arry mriAw iKppeat by F Pdr Cawy of
setanes mo uel a Sean srancisc, k we-erIe
sophomere satsi ay VMlibp with path p IN ing
Wmtehe1. 11 the th11 evlen.
Uvip, Fler's Iwto*te tl Wi her wit a31U polets
aD A'et, haM rest the wN swS Dick DSu
abehs Veray bats in betSt l ee be iuadIt. Do.
the free (WU)mad the IMaa Joe ,J 'Tampa bet
fy (:a). Ceritt, soMis wthid witSpots.
SO UE5bisfive lW ne rame dAs leas
os, be b r i th eU k* fhok. do Neke
in h 0 free sbnesi) seeod I tas INausese
Ma aensrpart km J*ts atser a t
kbB aoimNte NM in WO
idiletr as Ia ITAX

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AIbs odhr i I IW fl
Othis b Ion3 pa o r; I


IM IM 1,MAW
..11.12 inder le
11.12 o he
Tlo bak: Jim


can go faster than on any other
track in &e world. Then the
ltat out car is asked to enter a
tight corered flat rd. That
means a car must have speed,
braking, acceleration, con -
ing ability, and stamina. le
car that wins the Continental,
after 124 miles of that sort of
track, can be said to be the
complete car."
Finest, Fastet Cars
The two back-to-back races


eat assortment of sports, proto.
type and GT cas ever saem-
bled in the world. T'ere's nev-
er been anything to malth this
gathering of horsepower and
top drivers and cash awards.
More than 10,00 is up in post.
ed awards, plus the valuable
points counting toward the
manufacturers' world title that
the Continental carries.
The American Challenge Cup
starts at 1 p.m. tomorrow. The
Coninental logst race sched
uled in America, gets the


tomorrow and Sunday will green flag at 10 a.m.,
bring together the finest, fast- finish some 13 hours


and will
later.


Lake Butler Ekes


Out in Suwannee
JASPER Top-seeded Lake his points as Jnings led 1-
Butler struggled to a 43 30 at halftime and still was
0 win over North Marion in close, trailing oly 14mU open
the Suwannee Conference cage ing the last peria Then th
tourney yesterday a all four Bears plled away.
seeded teams advanced to the Don Tyre had a a
somnina. Don Tyre had is = and
iJim Bates 17 for thesl Pan.
Second seeded Jasper top. ther.
SWillisto, 742; No. 3 seed.
ed Treao tripped Branford, Jasper had trouble f a half
77; and Cross City, No. 4, with the Red Devils.m Willis.
won over Jenings, 71-5. ton. The Buldogs were ha front
Tonight's semi final games 37-35 at htervmials WllsMto
will match Lake Butler andfaded slightly In third pe
Croes City at 7 while Jasper riod for the opening Jaspu
and Trenton meet at 8:3. need to lock tt up.
Tomorrow night Williston and Dennis Hackle hit points,
Mayo girls will play a prelm Badford H ey 1U and Marv
at 7 with tonight's boys' victors Marable 1. Jerry Hobby had
meeting for the title at 1:3. 17 for Willistoa and Bo Gri
Two standout scoring sprees 14. Doug Mitchell hit 1 anld
marked yesterday's games. played a fine floor game.
a I t 0068 -J Fins 14T:TON MOM. 144; Siw
Demis Bennett led Croms City n wu m.u.
with 41 points and Holton l- m i u.t1 "sani.
Browning hit 35 for Trenat. vie.., n.e Sn1. "s. 34
SUon Ce. Ti ers jint ped soW a ..
off to a 10 point fimrstafrser-M EM. M1180 .14


lad on North Marmioa. the
Cott turned it into a battle in
the we l* played clash.
The two team matched each
other the reat o the way as
they played dellerate bell.
Jimmy Thomas led the Tigsn
with 17 while Bill Davis it 14
and Tootie Prtitt 10 for North
Marion.a
Tren n otdistanced Bran-
ford handily as lanky Holton
tBramkHg f rabed rbonMds at
both eds of the court ad gave
ie ma ar Bum a rugd time
f it with b s points.
T tS led SM at balfthe
ad Brmlard could ot et any
closer. Ed Kelly hit U pints
for raords.
Seaset put an a dmibs
shw hr his m pfml. He maie
i* four fre&e ar sli nhert
period. Tim In b ad the
ap fr mrab Ad pals ah
in ft seed d tade N -W
ts sad fer mre in se aitl
e Dse Co.i B s a id


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Strong


d I Mtary aet Iap en
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ry 515 mF r vy
re 1 e-bm *


c* years frem at
Nteorui alght er'eb. 1U, 164.
Fume tuned in amoerb
m rable perrme by u
ettig the Devyin wadts,
the attm' fuitrabaked tem
Wa
"e. hab ,-e l p- u
for ema, md wee pba to
make tbem work lWer per-
feat," aid uaq Caseh Il
Ahey bhwe de 6o
Thta M wht boys did
u tey avmi emal .o
mo 4um tnm by D viM
to had the Wdab their aM.
od deft d the MUs asin
t1ti.


Topples



Davidson


9343 M other Thursday night
games.
f avdo theonly team in
SThe Associated Press. Top Ten
Jto play, took an early point
lead, was ahead at 3331 in the
"second half when the inspired
Missouri Valley Conference Furman players spurted and
with a U5 victory over North opened a 17-point thad at 4-47.
Tes, Brasey downed Tulsa Don Frye, with18 points, and
IM i1 overtO e, Providence Frank Selvy's brother, David,
wo its 1th str by defeat-. with 17 led Furman along with
ing Rhode Island -71, Wyo-Norman Schaffer who held
ming heat Denver 77-.5 and Davidson's star, Fred HeWtul to
Houston whipped Miami, Fla., 16 points.


Modest, Little


Tom O'Hara


Sets Record


m vE O (AP)i Ton!ia. A&L *.i. mw in mi ..


*Ill f3-rt *"r IOMj "MA AN WW At 0 Out.
S O Gnd 01ra t I a red.haired,istanding show, equaling the in.-
A capacity crowd of $ ,6. hkr Ul falow about the door mark of 6 seconds flat in
c *di Fh l as u nr si obw a fcot oaf waterboy who the 60yard dash, the fourth
uest, howled in g te at Gree- when pressed -about time this season he has hit it.
ville, S.C. as the Paledim mile in 3 minutes, 54 Other major winners include.
aw14d Ie burs tlae rout with second. ed Gary Gubner, NYU, in the
a14-4burstlate inthel game. ,i shotput, at03-2i;LewHoytof
mDr taye d top of thse Tis,.(o..use Put him.on Southern California in the high
eModest* ,4 aird jump at 7-1; John Uelses, La.
NuthMam 7L N-Hi^Un Modest? Wel, yes.Ptw cuarh h ple vault, 161: JUoy
i msem i ly so when his coach says he's Salle, pole vault, 16-1; Roy
Icma.5ase going to go 3:S5 before the sea- Hicks. S Army yard high
55i o ng Itt.O 1 U 'hurdles, 7.3; Wendell Mottlev,
rma 7n T a "He definitely is the m to Yale, 440-yard dash, 48.3: Bill
a, U. M iraiM. t the aOlypic 1,m Crothers. Toronto. 880-yard run,
11i in be Tokyo the ubulan 150.8; Jay Luck, New Haven
e in To ," t juba CohTrack Club. 500-yard run, 57
Junior High Jerry Weitad ad today. Ift and Bruce Kidd, Toronto,
Junior H thOkft he will break Peter Snell's m nle run, 8:42r.o
outdoor record with a 3:53 mile 8:42.6.
Cage Tourney before long."
O'Hara, a 21-yearold student DO T WALLK.
Set at PKY at yola of Chicago, was a it. ALL OVER TOWN TO
S t attie more conservative, even aft-
Aci yjlunohischoolba., er trimming two full seconds PAY BaILLS
ketbal tournament is on tap off the ioo recordifln tm|
toighl and tomorrow night at New York A. C. Games in
PWK A tomorrow Mian Square Garden r Thars-
L Yo" day niht.
At 7 o'clock tonight, Bu "I Belie
boli will amt Wamwood. AtI "I believe I can do 3:54," the
8:3, k. A. Yonge wid tae' soft-spoken little guy said.
SHowadBishop.He convinced 13,7 Madison
Square Garden customers with
Laes Iof toWight's game a brilliant 3:51i effort in the
wll play a consolation fray at mile Thursday night-the fast. OF GlOINVIVlLEl
7 pin. tomorrow. The wiivi adt ever run indoorl-iIpp DA
wi mst for the title at :. over the last two laps virtually lmim hl la
er will be an a- atlion alone while the crowd howled: M er. ed.arp Der.i
charge ofi cents for students "Go, go, go." M.b, of,,Feal
and W eent. for aulin. Big, burly Bob Hayes of Flor-' "" arese


FOR
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WoIWt O ral nFor.
ias Peanut Pmemors, Ie.
wil dedllcae taw $0M0 A
plant hre tmeorw wm h a
wVec by Co milm .tf S Ag-
ritre Doyle Cmer, a fish
try ad (of mou ) an d wrteo u.
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In addition to the tak by Comn
ner, program ghlis will in-
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peanuts and the awarding of
cash prim to winners a coo-
tet to slet the trade name.
Harou Fpte, predeont of
Central Florida Processors,
Sthatl hvitations have been
et to a the pent growrs
n the fie counties of A bn,
'ay, GlIchrKs, tr ad
,Mario. He said arm d m
3 Mermorn are pdecld,
SuB dipitries as State C-
mmto Director Randolph
odges, Sea. Better Ushe ad
Sa Rep. Frank Ma
A special guest wil be Dr. W.
A. Carver, who recently retired
as agronomist with the Florida
Agrpio ral Experlmet Sta-
tim. Dr. Carver Is widely
Imm for his work with pem-
mutse. ineiin ug development of
tdo Fluogiut witty which to
showing promise as one '6 e
heaviest proders in amis
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To Protest

LABJ Plan


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Begun
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mgiehring work ha been
staid om a a i jRow t
nn mp we.t d hs 1 Sew
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addaiwei eio Ba i

a idde dumd up o Salt
Creek I enqgh ftnds are

The tate ip qpploteda
aS or as EjobaS thaSo-
wai M Aflity ad
Dk ONlDy wrl P 1P Pe-

Itadi aud Amod. Nio
am is dolg thesmy work. t
FMal plans are to be couplet-
ed by April 1. LTe So
ae River hasy T w thmen
avertim for Mid OnB dred


Mah wM S ey, A-&"ority
charm m al the dbdging
prejetd h b one of the
prine objetts d the athority
for e paUt bjyears. He
amH 6e Imr" is tmen ib
Satisfatory an from IM
uwaune River to the Gulf of
Meio. his tact heu eha
-aiMul ridrie Ue growth
of d arem
The cal win be a ipor
tant factr h et ci ing in
dustry at iSowaase, Maary
said, uwieaboototheb
touMgds o prts fishermen
hlo e tiS arba.

Blazing SAL

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At Starke


STAR When the Sea-
board Air U NIimoam
No. I expms p-ed through
Lewte late Ween day uigN t
0e crew was uaIare that
tra's stora mall car was a
d-. Air Mid onr Mr.
sad Mrs. Timms 0. Sw aw
the bleg car, but since they
also saw seral mai pr.
mi 0 n tirae dmiBg a
depsuy ier fly di ath.
tiog about e.
MbD sih, seric n itaono
operator, ao saw t rai
car, aSd a*tI cialted
@e rs trapped ilde,
lot iao- b back and
& Id = a B4K1 tWard
sbiets Deputy el
rdiftl M1o w la.ey ata
do M, opted & he n ad
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-O e was aled to Jack*
SlmdN L M daa, who a
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Irasm -s lb et is a
Market ned cftes -ear
A StarkelI dpt
track raed to t owe, ad

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iBM the a ak. or for. In hugarcae operations, the
d wor ba they can Department o Agriculte ia
bWg the Mip worean s. p the minimum at .15
I thdy fi r -hip wrt. a bhor. The pimtork harv.
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fl YOUR MONEY'S WORTH


Fair ib Likely Ficial Sa.ce


By Sylvia Porter f.-l


A ulong r yea go, whenia gnas is likely to be them ost
New York's biion dollar The 04 milb put up by New colossal tuancal success
WIrI Pl was just being or York City for permanent park Lodon started world fain more
m, S of ts bhackersu JWpro efl wll be repid than century ago. How come
sw at eadlt td Fat Wr's IIM by te Fh s aend in First, the* Fair s p ng
I ft are ou r, tha, A.&Oi oer mla. up only twoh IAst ubI aml
t1 n PIM A Mae *ca milstration a d a pres s la d

thFai lreosie tre hWi lutse this ployed by 113MO Fair.UAl

S h id the other d a Me. d nte finalce d by the exhibitors it a
tBot I couc't sei those notes cost to them ming over a al-
a myte lbut a w oild it no speu rautiful city billion dollars.
Sooe So 10g a t puideduction Parth -hthe*bwaftel Mo.-
adSDP fpdoU m wudes mutc lhddeam -ud h Seoxnd, for pound rat, Cn.
beabb g^al em harb tooM e 1 a 0 adh il M p- pacessimos andHan the ##i.
M' hped on a teI r the L Gr bl nd r bitor arre pyiq the Faair & p.
peidd u el B outes." really bighme money. As, an
On A4r. 1the biest fair wrything about this fair has illustration, Ford is payig. $8
a history will op at Flushing been spectacular frm the start per sq. ft for a 306,.sq,.It
Meadows -a time. By he, and, although public relations area meanig this rent one
around 11 million tickets wil specialist Thomas J. Deega Jr. will bring the Fair almost 2.5
have been sold, marking the is now spearheading an million in 144. -
largest advance ticket sale eV- paralleled campaign f publici- Third, the Fair's ticketIliK
er. By then, even the revised ty and promotion for the Fair, is tough and as rigid as Rort
estate ofi an awesome mil- much of the ballyhoo is warrant- Moses can make it. Block oi
FIan visbt to the Fair in 1M4- W Within a Sktcre horseshoe. tickets bought before Mar. I post
Smay appear conervativl shaped are will be 0 pavil- $1.35 for adults, 67% centAjo
So tody, to the astanishmnlt ions ad exhibitions represent- children, and after that tbeyfi-
of enryone =cept po y g 51 actions, m 0 companies, ces to go and 41. Moses L
New Yor's masteruiler and 31states. The fings will cently made a minor conceusn
Fair Presdet Robert Moses rage from Michaelmpangelo's Pi- to the under-N kids for July-
the Wod Fair's notes areshap eta to Mastro Piam. Even in August but he yielded aciy
Ing up as olid investments. It these preopening weeks of mud, after a struggle.
is probable that: slush and snow, the buildings A cold-blooded calculate oi
Ti $53 millo loaned to the are eyestopping, the exhibitions the Fair Corp.'s 19644 income
Fair Corp. by indivitals and promise a combination of excite- from rents, concessions, liens.
bo wilbe pid off dollarfor meant, entertainment and edu. es and tickets far exceeds,the
dollar possibly by the nd of cation beyond that ever as-IFair's projected spending.,,
IM4. In sharp contrast, New sembled at any fair. Despite persistent critiaipq
York's 114 Fair pad back But this sort of staff Is the and carping, the New York Fair
only 3 cents the dollar, was heart of the balylhoo. The un- has been destined from thebe-
a financial disaster for its back- told story is that this trava- ginning to be a cultural, educa-
bainal and entertainment suc-

', Stoo? Yes, this too. I


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On Hospital'

By WATER MISO-
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WI-LIS The Willisto
City Council expects to move
ahead with plans for a $Whho
hospital, following approval ftes
terday of federal funds for te
S!,project.
Dr. Donald McCoy, a (,i
Council member and one of the
-. I L *|_ oft operators of the present Willis.
S rorT t itohospitalsaidth xt
.. ..step toward the planned d
hospital will be acquiring a Ate.
11'f It The Florida Dev elIopaint
ht Shapes Up Commission which adi
Federal Hilul-rtm funas in't e
.. !tate, yesterday gave its .ps-
e two boes e1. But fn yew ago, he!p to expenditure of
the cn* of the waged a Strng campaignMO for the Williston hospiil
a LSit P. apid, Redl ioS and camel le hospital advisory comTit.
Sad JeWs Star. close to wig. He is marri. tee of the Development Coamns.
-s to1 BraJld, dto the u rk Odom sion had previously saeoned
Ou OA Calet Dar- of Braard ith couple has th project
e 'y M r -- h redil.-,-- N ,' 3 X h n ul forWstd were
it WillSie part op a total of SU milon
egmik, 10b Shlhe th is a'a-approve for Florida b dfai
h a rwtor match, iiDajio project dtiBg 1.4
bitn Dy's alofe is adBil t 1 ts 1ree can. Dr. McCoy said thee
sW to wae a deaiatls hr eri. construction sites are mndi po-
CarI feat *a aay nsideration for the proposed h
co m, m k oleln e out for --lHe od the an w41P
ito haPriS Bel pelt ? ? W i s h mC eDin.a I otmmdfor" "tl ad i"tlm- c-tm advisory cominte
my weal comlag -Iiprobsy wod be qpehl4 to
ber ,immfa In a, r d~paeat ip with *a selectil
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t in belli hasan d hem ples to re-PiCketin
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(Color) "Jo1ey 1It
Jack E. Leonard." -ad
twis omehig' wrong
with Jack, who refues to
fight bac.

via: "Edfe of the Oly."
A gpltfriddm Army de
asertwr is befriended by a
Nego worker I a rail-
rad yard. Adapted by
RobertW A tn areu hm
his prizefwltnog TV
dram "A Mf Is to Feet
TaD," tls was nthe frst
nooe directed by.Marwt
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ame Re W early day of
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tus dat he mut may
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fateronce made.
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"Down to the Sea in
Ship A captain's grd-
so Joinb the crew of a
New Bedford whaling hip
as a cabie boy. Tne Is
10. ichard WAnrk
Idel Barrymore, Den
SlockwA
Maoie-Wein
"Whisperng anil" A
railroad deleetie fid lis
bedt friend mixed up with
a gang of bndt. Alan
lad, Breoda MarshalL
aunbtaide Ieaim
1. "Sabeur." somn e-
has stiaried a fi re the
aircrdt plant where am
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flger of Md iciol pelis
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to Kmger, Alan azr,
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to his a tatM n eme
of hi gObjects die of a
heart attack wMuie ider
his speL I CEaMy Jr.,
Eveypa doker, Wba


Service News


anneu rirst a.malA
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has been reasilpedab to S
pord A, eI.. foawbg his
u .Une. rm h a echkle
trainkg course for IU.S. Air
Farce radar reparins at Kerg
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toea 4r. a ...f t y ......red Includi. air Fed.
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63 BUICK ............................ $3888
ts 4r ted81 loAded witha equipment including air
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63 BUICK ................................ $2388
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62 BUICK ................................ $2488
1[tfcs 2r. ha gr. p. ~t Ma. brake,. factory air

62CORVAIR.... ............. $1588
.Te* e" T l ra ,heater. t. auomatie trat..

61 FORD ........................... $1688
Cwaleft, "M uti th red Iterior. V.I elg i, au
WNaWs UatN-b" dts, iseow. A hsautiul car.
60 BUICK ......................... .$1588
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60 BUICK ... ........................ $1688
1at11 wans. MtWy gPlwned Incidlug fartory air nadi.
Mom* flISla shM n u ti witt mtthlag Interior.
59PNTIAC.... ............. $1188
Blabs wasse fully a m inng factory alr, iat

57 CADILLAC ............................ $795
F.lty 09UL. New .T1m
57 CHEVROLET ............. $595

58 RAMBLER .............. $495
A *5 iaa aMM. lf irl edemaS ma.. radio, hMter.


NO MONEY DOWN


57 BUICK ............................ .. $495
S&. hafl SaANNA a t d. im ra heter
57 MERCURY ............................$495

56 BUICK ................................ $495
m*. maeSwa. we To&, e te.
56 BUICK ................................ $495
Mr. Sm i te f rdio, lf.
55 CHEVROLET.................. $295
54 BUICK ............................... $125
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703 N. MGl at.. FR 6-7571


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Yes, Your Neighbors Are

Raising Extra Cash

Now! Why Not You???


WEEKEND PRICE

REDUCTION SALE!I


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WITH

Tropical Pontiac
60 GRNIIUR, 9-paenger wagon, 4-peed
transmission, radio, heater, white wall twrs.
Rilw $225 Weekend Pri $200
aiOi AC, Gotalina 4-dr sdan, aoutomlottc.
radio, heater, air conditioned, 1-Owner, low
mileage. steering and brakes.
i ihr 50 Weekend Price $2100
WEEKEND EXTRA SPCIALI
58 T4MRD. autamatic trawnimson. nra, huI,
pw7r s aring and brokb F"inishd In beautiful pink

60 PONTIAC, Catalino convertible, automa-.
tic, power brakes, rodio heater, 1 -lo-
cal owner. Beautiful crem finish.
RmlM $1395 Weeka o Prm $1200
61 FOD. Country sdn mtaion wagon, fully
equipped including factory air, low, low miles.
1-Owner.
aRqea $1695 Weekend Price $1500
OPN DAILY TIL 9 p L
O N SATURDAY TIL 6 p.m.
A >o i-n's ,wl be l s oben t e ye

FO PONTIAC. Catakna 9poe station
wagon, power steering and br radio,
heatr ousomatic traonrainion.
ol and me $1445 W0 10 Sie $1m00

LLHIw,.d BuZ=Am, Jimmoy oe Jry
McAliser Tm MclIdiirmn Cute Rierem.
MuI d IndMnM

60 PLYMOUTH. 2-dr ed. V-8 engine, ou-
tonSkc tranamiion, d heater, 1-ocal
owner.
R er $M7 Weeaend Mce"$M
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ft in a. Fully d Indn fctry I
full. .. --- SUtI $1
62 AUSTIN HIALY, Sprit o conmuible, Itr
clean, local owner.
Reguer$1195 WehdW Price $1100
57 CADILLAC, 4-dr hardtop, fully equipped
include folctory oir.
RIh)95 Woedw rie 3F00
9 mA. 4.drSrSCchief Visito, outom tic
trmns Mion n hooter, power steering
fc $12"5 Weeke N Poic $110o

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62 DODGE.


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61 CHEVROLET 0.. $I
Cewvir, sld Ws

61 FORD. $T i
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60 DODGE $988
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60 COMET $
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60 FALCON


0.0 $M


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NO DOWN PAYMENT!
WHY MAKW 5I6 PAYMENTS ?
m ; FORD ............................ $8 ,,
56 FORD ................................ wk.
4-AT, ft* 6HV-
57 METMROPOUTAN ............ $5 wk.

5 C R. ....................... ..... $8 k.
6 DODGEv......................... $8 wk.
4-dr., ha e rytin
6 Ra ............................... $8 w
5 2-dr.std. hift.R&H
55 ChEVROLET ................... $7 wk.
2-dr sedan

Ri E LICENSE TAGI

58 CHEVROLET .................... w$8 w.
*I 4-dr,AT.fNErH
55 MERCURY ...................... $6 wk.


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$8 wk
$4 wk


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MOTORS


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OPEN TIL 8


Ph. 376-1451


NOW THRU FEB. 29. GET ALL THESE EXTRAS FOR:


61 Coadilloc
CAMuit Pactr* air. Piu
ly egigad. miee leather.
Gm hr ~ hr *
pnce *ne Mr
wm. sear v
$3295
61 Codilloc
came. ft alr. amf
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wbMe hault l mee Is.
$3195


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$AVE

62 Codilec
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$4295

62 CmHdIc
a- Ima i rew. *5.

$3995

62 Codilloc
I wae ada Paetw air.
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$2795


57 Cadillac
Fiend sse bsye.me air.

""$995

56 Codillac
Owa DUva. iMtt Psec ir.
o" ft WLF~Sk
$495
63 Olds
t mam a &&
rlter t & Mriun On
a & a Lid Ma; c w
Ima aam &WIM
I7JM ROL Cffwmd Igr ow
NO wanl. RIDUnM
$3895S
62 Olds
5.1... atmican
aam
bufo go&
$2695
62 Oldm
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fAr Hat lb semtr i
"M s. eNamENO*
$265M&Ne
$2695


59 Olds
aw 0 mid"n a"
P- ..... a; tk...
$1095
58 01ds
8 IHslday amd Fath
aIr. P* a ftlg. Oe
Wr NM 6a Wrest"
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$895
58 Olds
fte.r U ua, ..a
$425
57 Olds
""dam" FAttir.
$495
56 Olds
m Kasp MdaM heCeT ai.
$395
63 Buick
moon =I kbrt" so"
ray air. na nwo .
ae o.w. Whte ..0 ..a
Trm iaear. lag. oaIh
@anf. REMDCh
__$3696
60 Buick
bIviea hardtp eda. Mid-
light Me. O* owne r Ex-
$1395all Ie
$139


$3895 162 Olds 59 Buick
N&&,Flab a*. fL u, goIdb" IWAR F d i


$2595
61 Olds
kpr U hardt"e ada.
Pear uabe, & hteW in.
$1995
60 Olds
a eftel. Meek S t"imh
$1595


MNJ.
$1195
63 Monza
CoGe. Wt a. "Me bkete
mall. mal hewt. a*t
trma. 17dTM R. E
$1995
60 Chev
poU nSi mt & bkm.
$1495


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60 Chev
Ma ware. Factory air.
F- *Mt & hbrak.
metr rw whel".
$1495

stee wags. 6 mylider,
s 0tsar esM.
$1295

59 Chey
Wlau. rW a das. it.
V-8 Auto tress
$1195

I l..* ,HaiM, du. V4
Pew peering ft &
$1095

57 Chey
dam. It Uodrd luWA
$395

61 Ford
Galaie sdan. FactorV i rs
PInw Ietri & & brakea.
V4 radiD. heater, a sut .r,
*elacie. Ua.Tifj Mti
Low mUieag Very smooth
car. R)LCED
$1595


61 Ford
SGallxk fSedu V-1, rdo,
hatir. ailo raU, light
blue. Sharp
$1395
61 Ford
Galae hardtop da. Fac.
tRY air. pouer steermi t
take. TWe Ione green
$1295
61 Ford
ati wAon. V4, ri ,
heater, auto tras Litbl
remi. Nkie
$1495


SAVE
HUNDREDS
OF DOLLARS

60 Mercury
Satan. Waueny. Pottr
tnrjng Wlte Rec eNO a
"elami care
$1195

62 Crown
Imperial. asthamamp hard.
C, u,. rlado- "rI% ruiMa
EO* the owBuri of
(rSers fieest R V Cv
$3195

58 Plymouth
wredere sedu Au r eed
Poser il.rSe
$495

59 Imperial
SouIhaimpton hlrd1Gp i Aux corlditoad
$896

59 Plymouth
Cutom Wuburas. SUIWA
155oI h Auto trans.
$695


58 Plymouth
I pa5sfiner statuin Wagon.
Pweo stte V4.
$495

56 Mercury
lCuito 2 dr ed*a V-. Auto
tras. rd... hbeter. po, er
brAkes
$250

58 Lincoln
Cprl hak.,dp upe Full
pewa Beautiful bAtai &
pik. Very rooMn Bls. coma
fil$e, powe8ul
$895


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B & G MOTOR CO.


CARS:
CARS:


115 S.L 2nd St. ..................
2001 N.W. 13th St, ..............


6-7515
6-7515


AUTHORIZED
CADILLAC &
OLDSMOBILE
DEALER


REGULAR LIST PRICE PLUS 10 GETS:
Radio 0 Heater 0 Whitewall Tires '64 Tog!


516 S. Main St.


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Komi-Gh. Co-
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wtwtiftwt, MIA pl
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$IM
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Sedon, twquois, ro
ji- whifewel i ies
looks onddriv im like
nflew.
Sa Wagon. 3
full seats, amone owner.
$1795
Pick-p, ready to

$1$951
RAMMNE

Wagon. rao, -10
M Wden.
.4* W$139


a AMJa 4-r. Sodi ae. a m .aticnw on
adm*. heefr. rcmlg t.O xacut'i" car. 5oo
nUWL Nw. SoU fr $217. Now only .... $ 21


"tFORD
i af a.
$1995
sluemml~ l"ulm

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$1195

61 RAMILER
amean im* msere. dara
S$1095
40 FALCON


59 CHXVROLET


59 MCURY

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$1095


cmv .. $29 ML.
5373WICK$32 ML


62aRAMLA
%smas. a" wan
*i Fm
S$1I95
62 row
watmobommn a Vaw
ea. as ens isag
aeL mm s a
$1795
d1 METO
CimwW% Lta -. tabk
sa. ut an be.
$695
40 MAlLER

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a-bmftM I.a Ma
$1095
60 RAMBR
arn o..aen -.o
mais aellcMar if eel

$1095
59 RAMILER
4* a Ca. moa."

$M5
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okr transmise .
Stdm .wa. lh
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54 RAMI. $M=.

57 $Mer $9 Mne
sm $UCK 35 M.
sCliN $29IM


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63 Penties
IB ville 2-door hardtop,
radio. heater. au4ftomtic
twrnsim, power stear-
ing, por bakes, air con.-
diloned, a black beauty.
$2m

63 Ckhevrolet
Impola 4-dr hardtop. Ra-
dio, heater, power teer.
in g, brakes. automatic
tfrnmi29on. Sharp!
$2695


63 Comet
itlager Station Wagon
butkt sats, radio, heater,
automtic tramission, air
conditioned. Only
$2595

62 Chevrl
Covair 4-d r da, radio,
hetr, tick hift. Now
$1395

62 Falc
2dr. radio, heaer. An
ammcillant buy!
$1395

61 Cherml
V-8 engine, 4-dr seden,
radio. heater, beuAfM red
$1395
61 Ford
Falcon, 4-dr, 6-cylinder
ndios. heawr. Re*wdy to gol

63 Smudebaker
4-dr Cruiwr, radio, heater,
autom atic trawmion,
power- Ig brakn.
EmSnd L Lolownler.
$1995
Wt CAN Vm
CfiftN
WH^W


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

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


62 Renault
Douphine 4 door, radio,
heater, seot belts. Good
econonilcal transportation
at a very, very low price of
only
a$995
61 Comet
4-dr Sedan, radio, heater.
Save yourself tots of money
$1195
61 Mercury
Meter 4-dr sedan, radio,
heater, power steering,
baks, automatic tram-
m n. This beauty can
be yuwr for oily
$1395

4-r Sedn. 6-ylinder, ra-
do. heater. Clean and
priced to sell in a hurry
o come right on down
$1045
60 Mercury
Money, 4-dr., radio,
heater, power steering,
brakes, autrnatic trans.
misi, sMe it to brliev
it!
$1295
60 Ford
4-dr Sedan. V-8 engine
radto, heater, automatic
tr niiion, yes, t s ni
not a rmirint'
$745


60 Chevrolet
Pickup, 6-cylinder, tan.
dard transmission.
$95

59 Cadillac
4.dr Hardtop, radio,
heater, power steerng,
brakes. automatic trans.
mission, air conditioned


$1995


59 Chevrolet
Brookwood station wagon,
radio, heater, 6-cylinder,
standard tranrsmsion. An
excellent buy on an ex-
cellent car!
$995

59 Plymouth
9-passunger stion wagon,
loaded wih acceloies in.
eluding air conditioning.
An opportunity you can't
afford to miss!
$845


59 Postie
dr hardop, radio,
ir, power itering.
s. automatic trans-
on, air condtioning.
Sinm a beautiful


$1195


59 Ford
, 4 cylinder, radio,
Standard Itron.
, our fr only:
$695


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'63 FORD
Galaxis 4-dr., raio, h-eat$er g
Cru-O.-Matic transmio,
power steering, V-8 a= ine'
fk din m i n o beutiful mo
and white. Priced to sel in a
hurry, so come on down.
'62 FORD
1 2-dow, Galaxie XL. Cruise-0- a
Mekto tmimmiion, radi4 1,
heter, power steering, finish- I I
d In attractive light blue.
'62 ,PLYMOUTH
Station Weon, V4.8senlm
power steering, heter
l finih ,is light blue. A fine J
car at a very reasonable k
price of ...........................
'61 TEMPEST
4-dr., radio, heater,
attractive tutone a
blue ond white fin- 245
b.. ish. Price ci way
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SAVINGS


FINE


CARS!


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SHOPPING


NORTH


CENTRAL

FLORIDA'S

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$300

ALL PRES-RVICID FOR ON THE SPOT DELIVERY
'60 FORD


'4-dr. Hardtop, Ford-O-Motic transmission,
radio, heater, air conditioned too. Finished
s'n sharp block and white.


11195


'61 ;FORD
4-dr., 9-possenger station wagon, 6-cyln.
der, heater. Finished in attractive light 2 4 5
blue.
'60 CHEVROLET
'-dr., 6-cylinder, radio, heater. Beautiful 1 O 9 5
lue finish., 10 9

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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LOW DOWN
PAYMENT
IAST TiMSW


'60 OLDSMOBILE
2-dr. Hardtop, radio, 44e6, pwpw ste .
r pbmka,, -owlWw | 1,345,
n finish, i- S -


S finish. Hee i eal good tempnrto.
ion, at a i can't affrd to ps
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BY


FEB. 29!


To Reach our Gol!s


"In the Auto Gome... B.rk -the Name"
64 HILLMAN MINX,
only 3,000 miles ..............$1695
41 FALCON, Convertible, showroom con-.
dition, last week advertised at $2245.
New ly ...................M95
6 ALFA ROMEO, extra clean ...... $249
6I T-IIRD, loaded, factory warranty still
in effect .................... $2395
62 CORVAIR, Monza 4-dr., automatic.
radio, heater, advertised-lost week at
$1795, Nw Only .............$1695
62 FORD, 4-dr. Golaxie 500, automatic,
PS, radio, heater, advertised lost week
at $1895, Nw Only ............$1595
62 CHEV., Convertible, automatic,
PS, R&H. nice, lost week advertised
at $2145 Nw Only ............ $1999
62 MERCURY, 4-dr., automatic, PS, PB,
A/C. R&H. one owner .......... $2195
12 MERCURY, 4-dr., automatic, PS, PB,
A/C, R&H, 1,000miles ........$2295
62 CHEV., 4-dr. Impala, automatic, PS,
A/C, R&H, like new ........... $2295
62 VALIANT, 4-dr. V-200, radio, heater,
extra clean ......... ... .. $1295
62 TRIUMPH, TR-3, just like new .... $1795
62 CHEVROLET, Impala 4-dr. sedan,
R & H, automatic, PS .......... $2095
62 CHEVROLET, Impala Sports coupe. Au-
tomatic, R & H, PS ............$2295
SI1 WICK. LeSabre Sports coupe, R & H. u.
tomatic, PS, PB ....... ...... $1895
42 CORVAIR Monza 4-dr., R & H,
4-speed .................... $1695
62 CORVETTE, hardtop, 4-speed, R & H
340 HP ........ $3395
61 VALIANT, V-200, automatic, radio,
heater, advertised last week at $1195.
New O ly ...................$1095
61 OLDS, '98', hardtop. PS. automatic,
A/C, PB, R & H, 1-Owner. advertised
lost week at $2295, New Only ...$2195
61 CADILLAC, Sedaon deVille, fully
quipped,. lst week $2996, New
Ony ............. ....... $2895
MAKE YOUR DEAL WHERE
THE DEALS ARE BEING MADE!
61 CORVAIR. 700 4-dr.. low mileage $1195
61 CORVETTE,4-speed, extra clean ..52895
61 MERCURY, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic.
air cond.. PS. R&H .............51695
61 CHRYSLER, Newport, automatic,
PS, PB. A/C. R&H ..............$1795
61 FALCON, 4-dr., radia heater .... $1195
61 MERCURY, 4-dr. wagon, auto.,
PS,.PB, A/C, R&H .............$1795
41 F 4-dr. GalKie, automatic,
PS,A/C.R&H ........... ..... $1
E61 DII, Lancer 2-dr. hardtop, auto.,
R . . . . . $1145
60 SIMCA, 4-dr. sedan, aem d pey-
mon ...................... Wa
SFIAT Spider ................$1095
CCwULtT. lCo tle. auto.,
radio, heater ................ $1599
0 v gI M llA Kmnmm Ghi ..$11SS
40 T- fully equipped .........$ 5
0 FALCON, 4-dr. wagon. auto,
radio, heater ................. $11 5
9 1 1O11 AC1 CoKlino 4-dr., au oAwti,
PS P6, radio, heaer, W dout ew 1


Wb wok $1295. 11


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February. In <
and below W1
central Florid

DRIVE I
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SINCE


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Saw hua lk, thekbuck
'Uea. ir andlt sa .
pwd tra.iulsMa. ntao,
eatrw ad Whie wal thet.
WAS $2495
NOW $1975
62 CHEVROLET
VMiaI 44Wt harm, em-
*'teir naiss U. .air
M. pOW ine radk,
MleOr ad u wet es Or.
This ear has bar ks a
Va i tia npaed teldle.
T eow e is. whte iWU nd
WAS $2495
NOW $2050


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Aim
64 FORD
uaase N i her asat
op. "fMe C4Sltlm AHw
aMe. m aohm,
igrea ago many Other
ao. DatI anI Us
Wilim
WAS $1595
NOW $3075
59 PLYMOUTH
T4
mo. MiSk tranM t.
aw gap assmi
WAS $9915
NOW $535

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E- SALE



L.A.THON

NOW GOING ON AT


IRTHCENTRAL


FLORIDA'S



NO.1


de Automobile Dealer
o break all previous soles records for the month of
order to do this we had to cut some prices down to
HOLESALE. We guarantee that no dealer in North-
o will beat the deals we are offering ... .

BY AND' SEE WHY 18 FAMI-
AVE CHOSEN A JOHNNY
'RE-OWNED AUTOMOBILE
LAST FRIDAY (Feb. 7th).


59 FORD
2 der her'"e. .w
rm with matebn l blu
a and wted tire,
WAS $1295
lOW $850


63 CHEVROLET
BelAiru I paiairr wagon
Uke new with mew at of
tilrs and V.1 *nire. posn
otwrial., uatlotUe ra.
mission, radio and heater
WAS $2895
NOW $2360

62 MERCURY
M.steay 3 door hardtop
equipped with air i .as.
tiooini, automatk. power
.tsrins. power brake. S
tone and lutmer interior.
WAS $2495
NOW $2055


W. A. "*ttl lilly"
64 CHEVROLET II
NoVt 4 door iedde n V I
anfl. p oergelde, radio.
Jester, white walls and
omy oer extru" Thu
:i A tra good bua.
WAS $2700
NOW $2450

61 FORD
Gaalme M XL do hard
lop The ar hal a kead
osew aof Urn al l
e"lipped wib th e sif-
.r. e~ brakn. Coe..
t.f.i. c ti. ..d hmal
WAS 3295
NOW 2535

60 FORD
Gakle 4 der. de he ,,.
aflid with V4 net.
pawr SaMb. radSo.
center ad sUte swua. The
it iG rey sith add
WAS S149S
NOW $1240


59 WILLYS
4 led Do Ulv*ait
ie". This lst tilIto
be? th me It twil be
this cheap agi.
WAS $1S09
w ( $750

61 CHIVROL5T
ume mm 4 das. The
eur Is "M ma *hit. tI
aid has heter. It rvluderw
*GaS. Sadajrd traaum..
WAS $1295
NOW $745


b"LL"
57 PONTIAC
marcUd 4 ia. n ietp
mtamo Onoa. amti **
qw a rim V74 uS, M. m
twsatc tramiate. posr
*i1M. W braiMe.. .
il. heme ad hi walk
WAS 85
NOW $795

62CORVAIR
Oa...rt. .I.. 1mk ai
hasl 3 oalt. I 4 spatr
miin. rbS aiw heas.
TiM ear hms so ad
wit sal Sm Ml Ad
a hoad" oenam sif
$11.
WAS 12195
NOW $1795

62 CHIVROLUT
3d AirI0W.aii. I"
is mO raN o a
Wl has heg am wMIe
I OWk. t am IL
WAS s1995S
NOW $1775


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fuIS.IaOeae~wrulie cabut, that hMSa M, 'I mbMm
laes 1a It is eip- te ad s o namilw interior
ed withM heater, wime walt a V.1 il Saea, V4 an
tUms 0qltodlaie, kau i sd gl tra*w p-, "isa
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WAS $1295s w with abelk and wilt
NOW 51025 WAS $1495
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