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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 16, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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88th Year; No. 168


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FURUARY 16, 1964


NIWSSTAND PRICE 2k
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'Friendly


Persuasion


Gets


Building for


UP


bh tOm ab a ftt u k-.
Aerding m ASne. Coa.
too maiubmm a teIm to be tak-
mn msea.
h thm legislator Sea.
J. Emry (Bd) Caom, aid
eps. OMa Fp and Ralph
tatglw -m i tt pPOW
wile lecte bsto e State
hoard d Cmoatlm aefm b
Wday. *
The dimes m-I -m '
mn be beIrt fImId b
hbld Dp tIaethe a im-p
delayed eral cla, m
lgida o60he Univmely d
Fnr campm beemm of o
acitect's error b deilp.
The 11nls H*wik
and Le of Jachumeit -"w-

U. BARKS,
NO BITE
EME (AP)-lbe rted
"ufS; wmf(;" a oaItg1
dg was 6a b1aipd
s Fsale .s 'su* by
aw ist pafh
wmb m
a" d U kidci ad to
Itu fnagt w&t adic
In Cb as a ise Ewd
ates, Hmre is a atfl Gt
itk6 60-t bite."

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Seeks Publ
Seek. Public


Defender


Circuit Post
R. A. (Baoy) Gr Jr. aS
tarke emoumed ypsm
hat he is a candidate for dmei
in tohe tice of pblek
,feIr frth h E m "Ji
Chaml. -.
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riW5 the dweo to tdo tnm
d (0l iOj mB -of ah bnod.
The claroolM, a per al
vitn of appreprisa cutc ,
6t1a Its orig back to 157.
After si year the IN legdhm
Hmre mad 1 0M avslaB-
hblr &pue p cqt.
Gay Cwland Construction
Co. of Gaivmlehbdloweitmo
the project at 1A5W.
Board Arcfitect Forrest
Keey says the deipd of
Harwinek and Lee do eadiml ad


ibel to smpemal a auie
.back to say wM it he budget
SPrue nt J. Way Idleb d-
Iaer a pl to haop the
-las by bouinwhg im ether
'projs appvwd r a Ulv rU-
fversity of Frida.
But it wmt ljut the extra
money that .worried the board
fluenber. Archedts u=*ally
ar paid a cimnisi n based
-a the mount of the bid a-
tr awarded. The Board of
1Contral doem't want archie-


FEC Violence


Under Attack

NEW SMYRNA BEACH (AP) Pruidat Johmean
wal asked Saturday to use fe force to halt violene
alonK the Florida East Coat 'Raihray, or to shut down
the railroad until its 18-monthsold strike is settled.
Mayor William Hathaway of, New Smyna Beach made


Governor

Candidates

Speak Out


the appealtobePredgtwhite
P atfilced up frham'th
eckage o freight carsn dy-
namited off the FEC track b the
utklsr. of thh city 'm
Memn C anOm George
E. Leighty at die Railway Labor
Eacutims Amdation aMi he
iml BOB&h databw e dm


PANAMA CTY (AP)-*Ar q Pl to te B b" that
miiddelm r pemrawofr. am dm tht adfui
Mm-tem Deagmals ad a- a t t.

a ml.s. i m"Wte-;"w *, and l or whate
dl hihbouenadrhs*MommIeanaly plu tht
lt y at L owa aS.,
*pm poi-* -


Miaw Affekkkovia in mai e of &0 jolf"
'theposedresmaket3- h lthe tt m
n p.t wt-me -t e ui-way t
fNMateW Jr., eof pu" a*Mods&lm vMe er I
anSd soa *4iW l De d Omm, elSumy
Bmu-th Demel Cii. r a a k
Mubliae Rp. Ctla mrMad to awI oi
SPle e ti Coim m Ity. A pjj ae tep nam weu n
nMmsteekeepteek oak. to Gw. B Istag
am a ihl it- inch i asnmi o t h aMp
6 reethe the p 1 Pow l at
Wh hehiditadgtettat Ia1 sa oom e igh ow toe
a court tep l4, h -aM tal 'eiArmd Ima w e d ara
asa legP iumErAtNr b th aSAk t wk. A
sUp S Ihe kgUBs ar Pees w ves turned
S ofd -hmf at1 Mr ver.
hwe.Mmaiin PaD, 3d r116, Ed.o..s 6In

Suits steel.i a. elglia b
-llb Sma, irnb y a-Pp M

tamt -Uarl
hm ame Wi T

t .. Tm ui11 l snMamtvm
tmillieil e' 'J a
-N tha gur ahs.l eth s 1 W*m ae
A*i.ioa sela hek l tow -M
m bm s mmid hoae a admlm m b3B
.tapp WaidmlOmw ilw % al apw
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tect mM a itMt of "oer.
the almivetv wua to Map
the pi ad s trt ovwe.
This wo id t t project back
anotw year from the mlni-
pa d omalwim d ote f Sap.

taid It w w lg for tm
to arove plm at scib
how h tMh do kisatnre in
'That's whn the Aladha
wmakn got in the act.
"Ihe *ly remao you are
here king a decn oa thi
mater is became we have a
acieut system of pavmmei t,"
Fap told the board. "Yor
job not to dide whether
the lelb will like it or
t, but bto d te tdis at


* Wa t to taiapears"
Faqm mid i the aMstl
M -re thn out --a dw
ones drawn up, the the per
ud the Udivtwly's Sde
woui be te loa .
"Z th deam -l mp


p u kiature pluaed
ad we km w It. But when
ti p wrong tht's when we
need to straighten our back-
bo ad act in the beat in-
tart dt people."
I ma. mmn id e w tired


UN Delays


Call


JORDAN


Bob Jordan

In Race For

Sheriff Post


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of the vacflting n the cla-
room while the board broke its
policy on less important mat-
ens.
"I have no kick again oth-
er institutions getting what they
(See UF Pae IA)


'Crisis'



Cyprus


Most Outstanding

Service to City


Mt Mob M McCoy, am
v4 "Jaimp Out of Dark-
uw bwh been named the
Wakr 6f b3 &' first a-
mal C0MA Srvice Award.
Iraollmie, h td a perfor-
aO d the t aumstanding
id M eMlh rice to the
*ity dog M, made
etmi a e d toI mmnees by
as 06pOW peatd jdW
MIL MftlA D eeted.
aO MWy d telebrat m
Nr Mt w-idg lmrry
ISt Je w- "juOt aSide"l
whw aM d her plectio.
" u 10a t.oil" and
PiloA" Mrs McCoy amid
"'I whla l cm to as
s drt. my a fries nd
In.McCyhtbe6isahgf


her life with others for -om
time. In addition to her literary
work, she has been active ia
the Philharmonl Society,
Gainesville Women's Clu b,
Frends of the Library, church
groups, Little Theater, Ameri-
can Pen Women, and art and
music groups.
Mrs. McCoy, who moved to
Gainesville with her husband
Clyde in 1I4, has been blind
for the last ten years.
As One nomin g letter said,
*"r service to Gainesville is
In the nature of inspirational
adership. In addition to her
community activities, her book
"Jomrny Out of Darkam" is
a record of courap. Its ages
in ate ripe Ibi n a vsin
(Sem AWARD a Pap U


Maami U. Maps


Major Expansion


m (AP )-mhe USrr m

= re1 aempledbly aIn
Sgte o 5"1 be 'a
"ltZm s mm ud ui
,h wmeb l, a m iaSa-

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hopefuiy in the next fiv yas
-ader the first phase d t
delopmet. c Their costwm
mated at $ miBl.m
About f mmfam was apsin d
I be spd o m ape.m mad
renovation f presMt lstrucm,
md other unnamed itm
Addial khbonte, dms
roos aad rdenel ha ire
peeledd to end sm M .M.&
mgh i university did ot ro.
lo View se m %m. mm-

p 0SON dIerbs to b bees.
tasm aresd d n

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d'm -no a dm hale,




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Up Price o( Classroom


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Aid to South America


" P (AP) Frma -d
.'Wcl pangld nanthP
b pool tir oammiec i s
lAth Amuris ht mmed at
slsj pokly Mowed Norta
Atdes Tty Orplatfla
tei emead u P* asI
Oir&ri G de l Mis ad We
mGerm CmU Id b
4ard, ad a gporo diadnc
Noest Gormes tolaied kters,I
elas todaysum.it mo -eek
- of a s- ma .s ab
' di a b i .
rsd aertheReclN-Weat Ger
au cooperatives Wly.
De Gauile std hard, ac-
cording to Wet Geras oure-
as, agreed to iA aer in mmId


Mere About


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oWi aibmimTo to tow m.


Wate Grm ekliiSah

dod tbto W 5 ki CD
Gauole i s UWitel tdtsi
roly desare jaWt Rmc
We Germ activity hr the
bemd it o ItAmamqimamB.
tries. As the Amemus se i,
this would pride a Ma of.
feeta suplmeot to tha U. &
Alm for Progpmesrpgrm
ia latinAmerica.


UF


From Pqae I


nea But I wader if the
board's policy of building a
felhowu ad s faooah sli.
dium without S h- -eppro.
nl 5 more tprnt thi thi
c smm ?" Cros asked.
Only minutes before, the
board mntheriled Florid rtate
University to a als am O
to quarge dbs liMthi Si-
nmhy see IM ads.
Tllinglo said l itolW
voted on f oum s da Mi
and "av ty ware tm r M
of the intend d U i.
HR said deu was dear-
cut ppinlo freom n e ltte At-
torney Gc ral At te 1 m -
N* needed nul he borrowed
from the e ier projlts apeo
ed Gfr the Uoniverty alor th
recent bond amii t for acot
legepconstrction.
"rn talking about thod at
tomy general (crd w.Er
vin,'now a umber of thi
State Supre Court). I beleve
he's.in as pd A pOdtm a
any to say thi is abitum-
al o not," TritS aid.
BdIrd m unbr Wipe Me.
CallOf Ocalkaterrptoed Cre
at ie point to tu if h 1
(Croes) favored Mng th8
BoaIl S Control ypes the
legi .ture.
"'Mo may no legitoters
are defuinng legWlai en ha
Cron shot bhck. "YO re gi
f tflezibillity usar t docaM
net system."
C&is ealld the board's is
lay unwises moftifioed and
uncaled for.",
After the legislators had coe'
ed tir case, the board rcese
sed jqr hnch.
Whem they returned, they
quickly voted to allow the
building to go up a played*
afteL being asared by Dr.
et that the extra mP l
winle made up by the Uni-
ver" y of Florida fAoa ts oth-
er projects.
KeSey said it was nlty the
thirtim in the ilAt fi years
that-an architect ad noeed
edte budget n dWi gpil'
ets-for the board. During tht
tim~mne tha N milhlk iU
contracts have been awarded.
He" said the rosinh-v
Ing-le U? desrom Mudd
not seaM i tohe architect mak-
ngs j ger b became the
Jachboavile firm'sa comnlis
washed odo h bourid's orig.
hal-budget pricks, not tin eo
tracpria e awaro d fr coem
itrumiol.
In-Un er mater involving
the Jlniwity of Flrids. t h
board apR ved plans etr Il.
pledntatlo of GEINTS, M d
Cou d EMgiMneerw 's gpad-
uateb. gineering ocapIs
Pen by Dean sIIM L
MariJr. and Dr. Reta the
ger we adoptedd withm t
mirM GENSTS its an
h bbs:
Orti& o Site A awe
tract to inCebtral Park
on goOrMH Mmm Trail
eethe Mrt PlaIt.
ex am e Atract

Ke wloo Air Iw S311M
by dw be I mA S -
D-r la Site 1
acr Mar la lan 3N

4Usld Swt to M
Malt ad t Mbuceh to
dud citcult TV NIeek

w" I sek up GUt


w dmr, aS w inbe


went to the board's curriculum
mmmite far udy.
Tbe pha, a eautid by Dr.
L T. York Jr., proot of ag.
ricuure, would coNodt four
agencies under o budget: the
College of Agriclture, Agricul
tralt EiZO, b A
ral rd slard s and
rair adFl Irti hilnm'o ad
*A Itdl do bi.
& worid m a Ste U m.
-r j rw* b" d m *
YId, Form y ad ielti
ml Sdmw. tm iMs rAO
'cltaral EItdemin rvie
wil aMe bomite l IrblS
Coopweramiv Eteason I evies
York Maid the chan lA
help accelrate the tate'ss
uidainie SBe Cu f m
of beacaiag a d ruer
Dr. RBilo to the board In
USvrdy of floriS's fret.
ma cls w now a lar
as could be handled with pr
et faciliies ad ste a
ber takeo k eep f the t
man populalt a tim mkv-
IL
ggS cutback ob h n

areaent Fad otil wEB
be frme Sd-ae4t apopleal,
Dr. RdAll sd. Of he

S Iavem .b m how
As ad itar the St
ber, IM frubma clmca.
d At Jaauary S to Up
Scuta s were tas hwe m
deipi o a rterd ..mbhr
Of jir coBlege tranles.

-f-B..t Fibs

Levy Posts
TALLAHASSEB GoT. Far.
ris b t yb resppoited thre
lavy County person to p.
'stios.
Walter Dudea of Bron waus
naOmed yesterday t a new tem
oa thLevy County Housiog
Reppeated to the Levy
onty Lbmy Board w-
Mnrs. A. H. BELs of Chiefled
and Mrs. Margparite RBrmOf gi
Otter OeWL


Woman Burt


When Car


Ran Into Tree
A Gatainb wousn was beI
jmd and her car dmmidUhae
taght wiw the m car she was
- d riv b r edhi a are
alongside RackhR BoRId t
Prairie Crtek, jIlt oi Stat
Pead about si miles east of
mGa i.vile.
Gmv Mae Anduon wa I
treated In Alacheus Genmeral Hoe
pital about I pja. forces ais d
hriMs S end la the sadeit
Tapr W.N. Blir k., wte
tvestigutd the sddee sa
er ar swmdtoaIids vlMf

Siawi dai edwt hadm
aeteoatni.


mI Prmdd" Hdrth Laebft
a- g tria to lathe
r t year. De
Gmli g -g to MNad US
nmib ad to a mWr of 0NOI
Am eric amr wnt fa
ButDe GDIaw i typMd
I budl tOftM Iftt tow
brealk IWr O161 Natofm
West Germans, wvMi depe
m a slrng NATO for s mili-
tary is that m
dm ng the alliaO The
BEm Governmm is a o co-
cid bout a geal ld k
n- within NATO, and about
varou fltrihlm toi cesI
emiplned6theCypiewils.
The West Grma reefirmed
their support fr te U. S.'4pI
scored project lor a pim*ila;
al slor feae, afim d wui eh
Do Geaue opposs d ha re-
fusd to joln. France toid Er-
hard that -plie this dfrence
of opinion, France would net ob-
ject if West Grmany u, to
jl 6is for


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Award


From Page 1
apseis on God ad a gay
wan Suk aso"ly Pre.
SI MeFaddm mad in a
maMb ig etter that "if the
s aft ernoon courts ad
S kmin bmdat over W&
UF eolinue next year, It will
bo tqrdy through Mrs. Me
Coy's forts. Her warm sup
port of of & of us who rk for
more and better music In
Gainesvlle has been indispuaa-

A member of the Gainevil
Writer's League wrote, "She
ha ivan the club her most
loyal support in attendance and
almmam. But it is mostly the
way aso has overcome her ban-
dip of blindness ad maintain
a*- mah a vibrant personality
(m is a constant inpirtimon to
anme who talks with her."
ps. McCoy said she's just
Md doing what she wants to
o, and she enjoys doing it.
"My great happiness, nmd that
z husband is that we feel
high we are phioig the
a to the youager
Mr. McCoy sai. "Wet
t to pass emr atbdiam
and )ur nowledgeon to the
young people. That's one reason
we joy being around them so

M McCoy has ready pass
ed op muh of her knowledge
and experience through her
book "Journey Out f Dark.
ness:"
Another nminating letter
id,"'Journey Out S Darkness"
has ean just that to may
peop e of Gainesu De and I am
re to all whobeavre od it.
Th i no gratermsrvice to
our lOew man than to Ift him
out of the darkes of dema
into -the light of lie. The
sprhg exparems of thi bth-
or will always be a beo of
hop in all troued mi s."
ukS. McCoy's work wus ofer-
ed by the Bookb4he MNot
Club and wM ba i Mhld t
Bralle. It has asu been a se
ed by the Umrary o Ca
for recording as a making
Book" a will be dWribuled
thanghout the Ul.
Sekmaent of de book wil
he Ablishbd ta a meeprt
erie in "Womle's Owa," a
pOplar British igaghe*
Mrs. McCoy is wr, g other
beek, which ib aet tird
done, and has jut eed
amiolin to wr o te ar-.
tiUdo fr a natal mis e.
The first Ibs schemedi hr B
liUe jin Jly.
Mn. UcOWv lvd in New York
whee her utleb d was a be
ee ivu.


Teeners Dig Beethoven,

Too, Stokowski Proves


OW YORtK (AP) Tom.
an d Del..m u M a
fi Ite- Moanb uW
SB lea Mase lap
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a nasp swbspo

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'Ir I be do way Sty
pithd.
AM StabS: Mt 5CI
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miodb WN YN =1bhw dw


dos ayd I aetk the'srre i
am." I
lm namfds khodam
sel," add lmodiwr*
Al in d ad opoem
al'sat abi ahb a
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ItheWmaa a t
WaMM vault a bmn
a w 't .w1
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In Family
ATIS, Ohio (AP)-Ithr-
tles sid a formIr m tal ip
tot k illne Ahe"g&W
smo g 14 houmeo term ta a
hill district in which four per-
ou were killed d two others
wounded.
Sheriff Harol Shietis lid
bdy lam, a, A e M
the farm where te c-
curred, put a sboip to his
stomach and fired just as a 15
mm Pome was doing in an
Shield said the pose was
with X yards ofd tH hated
man w the shotgun blast
rag out in the lbotmthuter
ho is l miles southwest
ef hiam
More than 1i Plaw edse*.
t ofcers and voln ners
bad ban passed hie the
search for amr after the
bloodyaene was discovered at
the farm hotwe of W. M. Wild
man and his family early F.
day night.
Killd the massacre were
Wildman, 7; his wife, Mildred,
U; their son, Eugee, 4 and
Geneva Pierce, about the
dead couple's widowed daugb*
ter.
Wounded were Patricia Wild-
man, % aSd D ieny Pierce, 6.
Patricia's nephew. They es-
caped and it was Patria's tele
phoe call from a ndl IhboM '
h ee that brought deputies to
the scene.
Patricia ad Dany wre takt.
S to Seltering Arms Ho pital,
where they were t fair and
good condition repective.
Three other permnoam were
the home when the shoodti
occurred, officials aid, bt they
were unharmed. Still in the
house when deputies arrived
were Dean, 2, and David Pierce,
3, sons of Mrs. Piere.
Dale Pierce, 5, a waso vIn
te house but be escaped with
his wounded brother, Daoy,
ad they were feud walie
along a highway by a mtorlt.
Deputies and volunteers spent
the nightmarching te rugged
teain around the farm after
Patricia said Zamoma was the
slayer, Shields said.
er the shotgun blast was
heard, deputies found Zamora
f the ground with the gunm ly-
ing bedde him.

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1 and attended the Unversity
of Florida, where be received a
BA degree in 1I and his law
degree to 1n. At the Univer-
sity, he was a member of Kappa
Sm Flate y, Dea Theta
Phi Law Fraternity and the'
John Marshll Bar Asaodaton.
His wife Is the former aundra
Jons of Stare, and they ha
two chisdn, Kathy, 3, and Mel-
aie, 1u m bhrf.
Green is a member of the
First Baptist Church of Starkt
the Maase Lodge, Starke-
Bradford County Chamber of
Conam re, the Eighth Judicial
Circuit Bar Association, the
Norlentral Florida Chape of
the Floridat Council on Crime
ad Dehpquemy, the FlorI
Public Defnder Aauociaton,
Florida Bar Asoelafon Amer-
can Bar Associati. ad the
Natiol Legal Aid and Defend.
er AsodcatL
he Eighth Judicial Circut is
comprised of Alachua, Bake,
Brt rd, GIlr Levy an d
Unio eoun Greem said this
rteIt a "manlue" ta Sat in
addaia tomthenomal c e
load, It pai a siau mbe r
dfcases fromtheFloridai te
Prisom t Raifrd.
I Green id tht he offie
in Slrte and in te ea u
ti arille t ber aer
the At Under t loTw, he
is arged with the respoIInIN
ty of defe hing oae perus
"artm d tfor, or crd with"
capital felM oes sd who ar
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of Trkish povrmet to lan
toerre by force in Cyprus, has
made the dqger the invaon
of the island both obvious and
ibtiallIt."
Relde said President Ma-
karil had told him to get a
meeting "u Mon a pousble"
and so ie sought oe for St-
Sir Patrick Dom, British chd
de gate, his earlier later
asking for an early council
meeting, said a "serious act of
violence" in Lmassl Woeds.
day climaxed a recent rie of
tension between Greek ad
Turkwih Cyprits.
Britain, Dean said, wants thb
council "to take appropriate
step to insure that the danger.
os dieagas which new pr
vails can be reolved with a f
regard to te rights and rnwMi.
simbUmu, 0 CrO ,. aN d,
Greece ad Trey ad the
Greek d Turkish Cy tuawrn
US. Delegatpe AdlaiE. Steven-
ma said in a subsequt state-
met that Britain had askd
for the council meeting "ader
full cosultation and na agree.
met with the United Stats."
Whle US. a d Brith dipo-
mats ought agreement O1


From Page1
sme lastin te solution, the
return rkish warship to
their be brought a igt ea-
og of tension in some uprters.
U. S. Undersecretary of State
George W Ball flew to Lodeon
from talks with Cyprus Pres-
dent Makarios and Greek and
Turkih goeram t chiefs. He
hurried to meet with Foreign
Secretary Richard A. Butler,
Commonwealth Secretary Dun.
can Sandys ad other British

n Foreign Office talks last-
d for more thn two hours,
then brete p for supper. Lay.v
ig the bulddg, Ba0 told news
'mm: "We have had some very
usful tas. I don't think I eam
say mn thin that."
Balrs peace m m has tak-
e him to Grec. Turkey ad
Cye ielf, where President
mUaries rejected an interna-
ioal fresh fre of U. N. eam-
trl to keep he warring faetieo

But the wek-org trip may
hav bem at last partially e-
emfl ser m the roop-loaded
iurkgh arhtps maneuvering
ON Cypmn ahm returned to
Ti lS pPere Saturday night.


Old War.Time Barracks

Is 'FICUS-onthe-Bay'
Its name FICUSm be-Bay o nds that FICUS will be
--has a pms agent glasor, opwatg a "dlormtory" which
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the state's secato system botel amd m ls in the areas.
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Wi the thousands of enoor'fense witness.
citim who, each month, ik Tweel and Allen Dorfman,
a place in Florida's sun find aiChicago insurance broker, are
place n our society as well? accused of trying to Improperly
This problem of "Aging in anD influence jurors through Dallas
Era of Social Change" is the Hall, Nashville tavern opera.
theme of the Thirteenth Annual tor
Conference on Gerontology to The other defendants are
be held here Monday and Tues- Larry Campbell, Detroit Team-
day. The conference will be con- sters business agent, and his
dcted by the Institute on Ger- uncle, Thomas E. Parks. Nash-
tology of the University of ville, and Ewing King, former
Florida and the Florida Institute Nashville Teamsters president.
for Continuing University Stud- The government charged that
let. the offer to Tippens was made
The 13 conference explored with Hoffa's blessing by Law.
ways whereby our constantly rence W. Medlin, a Nashville
enlarging, older population can sandwich maker. Medlin was
attain persoaly satisfying soc- indicted with Hoffa, but secured
ial goals through continuing ed a separate trial later at Nash.
ueation. The theme this year ville. As a result, Wilaon sharp-
reviews the impact of the great ly restricted the testimony Tip
social changes in the United pens could give as to Medlin's
States upon aging, and stresses alleged offer.
the role of volunteer services.
Principal speakers will be Ar-
nold M. Rose of the University H awthorne
of Minnesota, who will give the
keynote address on "Aging and
Social Change," and after-din- Man Is Shot
nur speaker Sidney Spector of
the Housing and Home Finance HAWTHORNE A 39-vear-
Agency, Washington, D. C., old Hawthorne Negro man was
whoe topic will be "Opportuni1 shot in the back with a .22 cali.
ties for Congregate Living in her rifle last night during an
Retirement." argument with a Negro woman
The luncheon and afternoon in Hawthorne, the Alachua
session on Tuesday will be held County Sheriff's Department re-
Jointly with the members of the ported.
Florida Council Aging who He was identifiedas Willie
will have their annual meeting Lester and was reported in fair
immediately preceding the c- condition in Alachua General


fereice.


argument that the bond ime
was made necessary when the
1 Lgislatumre failed to eI-
male accurately future college
frbilents.
Holley said Florida was driv-
ing toward ma dcation, rat
er than quality education, by at-
apteati to provide the physi-
c facilities for everyone. He
said he didn't agree that every.
one d the right to a higher
education.


ital.
arged with assault with in-
to commit murder is Thel-
Wilson, 50, of Hawthorne.
Is being held in the county
*puty Cleveland Kendall,
investigated the shooting,
the bullet entered the back
ester's right shoulder.
e woman was taken into
ody by Hawthorne police
after the shooting about 6
. and then was turned over
eriff's deputies.
.puties said it has not been
mined what Lester and


the woman were arguing about
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FSU Coed From Page 1

Is ea e' chief, said that if the wind had
WHITE JPRG_ C8(AP)-D blown from the opposite direc-
SDickenson, a Frda tate .n, or if the train had traveled
.. liee c won h e muinste longer before the
I I ,le wit e ght et e flames would have
own Hair" alwiuh Saturday penetrated a residential area.
at the Stephen Foer Memoriall "Another sabotage, another at-
be was gavna a1,00 schol- tunpted murder," was the way
arhip. W. L. Thornton, chief FEC oper.
Four others won scholar.* eating officer, described the blast.
ship. They are Joyce Ann Gra- It was the second big explo.
Ilm of St. Petersbg,. Joyce sion along the railway in five
McGrew of Miami, Roe. Aine days. Last Sunday, a dynamite
Ray of Vero Beach ad MNa blast hit another freight, strew.
Lee Reynolds of Hom tead. tng M of the train'sNcanrsalong
a busy road and into a canal
Boys'ClubS ear Miami
-PanA eDaa There have been numerous
ancak Day aming and derailments
S .. .... ,i e 11 nmoperstng unions
Aril 4, the eve of Nationa struck oad Jan., 1963
oy' CMub Week, s bee after the FEC had refused a
as the de fr the Gaeville wage se of 1 cents an
Club's AM paak day. hour.
In P years, the event has
dr waa to P U3 0Pers Germany's network of limit.
Boys' Cub Week Is Apr S11. ed access ghways was con
ceived in the I 's and begun
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Hoffa Is Freed.


On One Count

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) vote to acquit him then.
- T sters Uno President prosecutor James R.
James R. Hafa was freed of Neal had requested the verdict
Me jury-taparing charge Sat- after the government rested
rday, but was direc to be- Friday. He said the court's runl
gI his defse against three ings had prevented the prose.
other counts Monday. 1cution's proving the alleged of-
U. Ditridet Court Judge fer to Nashville insurance man
rauk Wh e, a gd ag the James C. Tippens.
governth M reaust, eStd a Wilson agreed, saying evi-
directed verdict of acquittal to dence of Hoffa's connection
a charge that em juror in Hof-rwith the alleged incident was
ta's cMiracy trial at insufficient to warrant submit-
Nashville was offered ;10, to ting it to the jury.
However, he overruled de.
tense motions for directed ver-
ConferenCe I dicts of acquittal for Hoffa and
his five codefendants on the re-
Smaining three counts.
n A later in the trial, but a defense
lal I spokesman said Nicholas J.
Slated H ere Tweel, Huntington. W. Va.. bus-
inessman, would be the first de.


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Today

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By T ASSOCAMTD PSm
Today is Soliay, FtF si
l. There are 319 days left to
the year.
Today's highlight to history:
O this date i nII, a young
Americao lieumoenat, Stephen
Decatur, vhaered to rn into
Trpo Harbor ad bm the
ided U.S. frigate Philade
phta. With 15 mI a a captured
kh Deca ur rped the
MKaM who had captured lB
Mript aid set ar dire. Brit
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bold and darmW adt of aop.
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A DeadlockedJury


It is always difficult to get a coun-
viton on cIrcmstatIal imest


alone, so it is not altogether shocking
that a jury in Jackson, Mi., was
unable to reach a verdict in the trial
of Byron de la Beckwith. Some jurors
probably thought it had not been
proved beyond a reasonable doubt
that Beckwith killed the Negro civil
rights leader, Medgar Evern.

The circumstantial evidence against
Beckwith was strong. He admitted
that the gun found near the scne of
-the killing resembled one he owned,
.but he claimed his gun was stoles a
:few hours before the killing.

Beckwith, whose home was at
:Zreenwood, Miss., was Identified as
Ihe man who had inquired about the
actionn of Ever' home at Jackson.
-He also was identified by witnesses
-who saw him in a spot from which
'4e could have shot Eves. He wrote
l60 letters while in jail, in none of


whih did ih dy lieagy Eva. LBut
bei didd oy itoatihetL


It inot evidiceoftgot to esab
Mhh lt court that Beckwith had writ.
teB.Ietters promising to "bend every
effort" to rid the country of integra-
tio and stating that "we here in
Mississippi are going to have to do a
lot of shooting to protect our wives
and children from bad diggers." But
his views, when coupled with the
circumstantial evidence, strongly in-
dicate guilt.

The fact that the jury did not
acquit him and that he will be tried
again is reassuring. It meai, at
lost, that some jurors wer so con
vinced of his guilt that they would
not agree to an acquittal. Those jur-
ors, you may be sure, voted their con.
victions. By doing so, they gave the
He to the predictions that the case
would end in quick acquittal because
of the feeling in Mississippi about the
racial question. They, at least, de-
sem credit for being good citizens.


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


Don't Criticize Johnson?


t DAVID LAWEICBO r ee word "nesa"p.
AR GTON Pmlit plied to those ambers of
J s. is leamuf ie hnrd Cvm a in jmap with
w He his natural fe a thed Pri t ad far them
i t of his repoib ey In tohi mped wit our eal
wui problems have recaly IaM s abroad. One has
ba ne downonb him. But he l to s recal what was belg
wiitdover sooner or la s aid by Dnmocratdetes# O-
thaI his rewsM ef

J naysound like a para- strMiving potthe Amerl-
4rbut the lever of spootan- can pople aed detlt pWr r
A criticism by.the people atiu clearattack as
IrWhe Presidenvt's most va. he paled U-2 pJ :i to
asset in argulg with fly prodially ov the Sv-
Wlin governments. For the let Uio.L The Democratic
Whe House and State Deprt- chairman f the Senate For-
ment cannot express them- eign da Comamite
selves as a rule except inthe mined no words in his
formal language of diplomacy. criticism of the administra-
What the members of Con- ton's handling of this episode,
gress say, however, is, after and a little later n Senator
all, a reflection of public aeo- John F. Kennedy, as the Den-
ment. Whether It portrys the ocrattc predenal nominee
views of a minority of the did'thesiltatetospeak out on
people today or a majority everything from the U-I at-
tomorrow and thus foretells fair to the failure to take
future policy treads, heads shtrl action against Castro
of governments abroad can- a Cuba.
not brush it aside as ncoe- Under a totaltarin frm
qoential. It often affects or of government, the miisal
Influences counter-policy. parliament as wel as the
PRUDENT JOiNSON e is uW semd or o arir-
experiencng, of course, for ad to ta the vi as
the the kiod of C& does the head of the glovan.
S whichis hardfor ay in the Uited
Ef executive to answer Sta while pau is
when crises of various kinds upposed o d at tW
am re pressing him. Foreign a's ml"cimsthat
-ew ments, pacularly the pamahelp top sted thleA -
Ishet makers in the o aga uil
Poion, are calling the ldeatsIn relp plicy
tuin in Viet Nam, in an, are notauppresIedowlited
r,inCyprus, in theCo in way, m by "be
.iJ umnam and in Cubas Mr. at .
.bi t. in a formal talk Mr. OI says t cr
-hi teralRev Service tin A"shuld be affirmativee
aials Theaday poe a t entut w." Bt what
s mudcoantaxpobmshbut he rllye syingsis Sat
S tp arosm d thewor mm isd o e iA o or
that eVtouy were wry me .* ms it t aess
asli smidadisthehM e withtbe Peyebbal
MLs. He ai: by theaM* aB. h
"Al of thm are diremse, the OWl vlwplt i
am froaheointoe youh bt se atl II I
win bas s alarmists and l0 rtpe ieve i party.


ul e up es tipq
wh Is t to jumep Ster
pvusSet. people who be
W itde, pe-p aW fItNd
it que impose to be af
taeve and ematrudiv.
f wi join wt m of
oar pponen and thy will
bM es a nh of a iP

nmaimuqriwto


TOlAY ra usi-sof
Sbai that I is wek a
i besobte s that I -a
and further aibas by


a tais tom
paean6 a oe' i
btobbino Cua,-ltfrle


has ignored such om rcte
suggestions He has been
urged affirmatively to speak
out against the pokies t our
Allies in Europe who insi oa
strengthening the CIba emo-
nomy and who glve the hnm-
pression to the world that this
bofltry is behl ignored by
.lvenAaent suppoed to be
its stauchest friends. Some
criticism has been voiced on
this perfuncatily by the State
Department, but the President
has no sp6ke up at all.
Mr. JohBeon has bee re-
peatedly advised by his cr-
tics to apply tibhistorli policy
of the United States known as
the Monroe Doctrine, which
Congress by resolution res
firmed within the last few
years. Had he and his prede
ceor accepted this advice,
Khrudscet and the European
govermenta would not -w
be aiding Castro, and the gy-
ermnent of the United States
would not have been played
as it is today in the humila-
ting position of bab deprived
of a water supply for its
naval base at QGuatanmo,
which Ameicantroos py
under spefie truly pro-
wata,.te


CS comm md a mill-
tary oN e and a suted

the United State li Pam
womld muit hba eard If
a Arm policy had be. pur-
sued towad Cast ho deo-
fie this coiry as biee--
t a to sad ml aits,
al* with SoIet steeurs
to ie Lath iM arm em-
tries to stir up Ire and
toward tU Uaed Statem
ie tsom Shat -
the hOs Mm Cile
gaein lIn w"'tdsan du
by appseed or by hid-
ferme to the critics, when
wads hi bheIm teil
These bkodens hetd to
rhw oM WeWar 1. M.a
besn of Coegm who erii
the' d ratn's feign
pok-y 1isso In *a


POTOMACFWVER
Iy iaks, KCi ee WMtesi Beg.


- -i lJh as Iaktie's taxI
Swhat with Pamms. Cob, Cnr and
to bes attiestL


comactas are don o a d je. Oh
Za8t,6we Me as t Mi


SS iu"Sm ., m I l

4 dl p aSm W &mw ..la...thur were a he
W Iiin u v.W^ L'- h t ia -
;...w hsugi-a mew bemsma f Ulhh*(4sd4swwpbjv e


OF -a


THE


SOUTH


Guinner

Is Good


For


You


bI ti Nw Tolte 'k "
T mil W -l Mnel

habld a wort f a luig
tdiNiW hetrde I al
After seeing the play at the
Plymouth theater in New
York, ne came away release.
ed from further fretting over
having twice missed op-
portnltie to Me ad meet
Dylan Thmas, and felt, lme.-
bow, it was bett to bae
seen Alec Guinm portray


him.
The play bi episaic, but a
isfying complets. An a
asia of the man's whole I
Is there, even though most
the scenes are concerned w
the frantic events of Tho
t visit to America. The
pieces d his life range fI
the moving Baa, Baa, Bli
Sheep scene to the pixie C
of his stepping out of 1
shoes in a lady's flat, and
to others of sad, vol
drunlkeess. Guimness' p
formance is superb.
THE FINAL scene Isb
of the Irish- born wife, C
lin, who descends to the b
of the ship, en route home
Wales, where the wooden I
s that contains all that
motal of the poet. He had h
red to death with a sort
empulive wish to die,
m e at ihelbelevedhisI
at had already been lead
away for a least 1S yea
Catble belted Aseri
would ifle what wu lt
cause it would, though o
besy socked, accept
bosg and walmUiSig a
natural self asepauimi
to Ms reading, and he we
ver gobackto Wales i
be able to find his teal
Turned out she was right
didn't.
Caitlin Tomas has d
two books since Dylan Tb
as died at St. Vincent's E
pital in Greenwich Villa
The first was a sort of c(
femial of wat dc, r
rdeme and resentment
to her and her life.
=ER SECOND BOOK M
lised last Novmber, was
tied "Not Quite Pothm
Letters to My Daughter." I
written with Uadc fire I
humor which, I wry or
1g agl has laughter ai
She knew pnter writ
posts and various artists
her own Ilfe and with D
She does ntrecall Isle
pl oamopasilmc T7
we a dul lot. Sle ssPS
ad why.
In that last cee i the l
other p ip ie n say, 1
love for m ories pt
hK. "' Dy'lan,"
pin had tas box holdi
day othe a who will
ife rfiaer tha p g O iu
yet, thea is pras In
book: "... if it i se0
D isa lnotot owel
for a second; Miss pAi
hisi overidsO S i

Best p "a
Gte S a asts a
be M A YetllngIs
whee, ei, pay, si
girl seek l
IMS. To b. vae s







smayt Se ass
elawo...I e imbl
nb im, k ae a




11ll alKIl '


i taod, "teM a
1re w...i M d

n-i ...i -bl


VM ANN9Egr rIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS


is Ornery


A, imu
It Is jaile to dra a
ai* b" bt 1 tA- b
the w re whbe t are
anot al N we weM -h
thm ItogS.Orforeippltcy
hi."- -- III Sd-
is am is. peakolma
tbs sad61gs falham an d
farMt preie p*ity of
ai il 1to am la soI
Thus, we are not pr g
others to flow a islegt-
1g Red Chin and ubas, nor
in the partial boycott o conm-
mercil credits to the Soviet
Union.
We are not being foowed

so baifI d a i
fM idsn l bmrment d
Shit. a* Word

- t w b -e

in Younoa is the government
of all China is very near to
collapse, and there looms
ahead the prospect of the rec-
gnition by the United Na-
tiom illedChiasas "Ci'i
a.M Mn e thi, there
i maw te Mdlt poniblity
that Jap., a wi as Ger
Iam, Cw be drawn into
mA tir aCliamt with Red
WeminpDd to "mgage
o ar ei-ttly hi the
prob- l aem u from
the final NiAeal S the
rtm ap b Cyprs, in
Edt Ai ts adlli be South
SeM. Bt togh weare en-
pgd, Wa im in Ial
them trelis i far
rm 0te dtal Bi of
the RtIm Ba ll In Cyprus,
S M Akina ad in the
South SM. But though we
are spgmed, or infence in
all th ine tib ipots is far
from beiag deuve. Our en-
inamag t in Southeast Asia
Is such that we are faced in-
creasingly with what Presi-
dent Eisenhower once called
the choice between the unat-
taiable victory ad the .
Nor are our propects very
right in Latin America ..


the listloOrtubi could

OWONmU with ao
m ay fh im ad fail-
m n, e automatic reaction
is to a erate their a i&--
can "We are beig 4d-
ftd an over aad are a the
rid ton war" and th to
look for the devil who is ca-
spiring to destoy vs. Maybe,
far esaple, it s Geral de
Gaulle?
But the moible WAmy is to
recogie the tuh, which s
that the ornerineu of the
world in which we mw live is
hI asml at Mad is
n ezwlmes.It nis
a. al a_ d abmmu i lepW
'lp lt the whole world will
l to what w would
l It to be.
It is a od sin at Presi-
dat Johnsomm Is not in a state
of aniety bderig pan.
le bemau we are being op.
posed in a ay police. For


BELOW OLYMPUS


World


the trth Is that we are being
forced by t evolution of
world onodition to grow up
falter thi eavaint and
comfortable.
I would mot take this view
of the bled urface f a-
fairs if It were not the fact
that in thi depth, where the
ultimate power is, there is a
uch greater calm. 'Ie cru-
cial threat of thermmauclear
war has been aeutralized and
has subsided. Barring a wild-
ly-imtional turn in the gov-
eine t of the Soviet Union
or thi United States, say to-
ward unilateral diarmament
or toward Jimp reckledmess,
the te d I of e r war is
not If alyoe today as
the th wh"eh I still &
tant- when Red COii has
become a mocear power with
its own weapon and a deliv-

'IME BASIC trouble with
our foreign policy today as I


ly ih.ele.di


"I don't know which is worse, the stupidity of teen-
-ogers or adults who copitolize on the stupidity of
teen-agers."


see it, is, that the State De-
partment is grinding out so
many policies on unmoa
med premises. Take, for e-
ample, the boycott policies
against China, Cuba and the
Soviet Union. These policies
are breaking down because our
best and closest allies just
will not fall in with them.
They run counter to their in.
terests and their ways of look.
ing at the world.
My own view, for what it is
worth, is that the State De-
partment is stifling any
searching re-examination of
its assumptions upon which
these boycott policies rest. In
part it is, I think, still brain-
washed from the McC a r thy
terror; in part it is intimi-
dated by what'might be aaid
in Congress; in part it is con-
vinced by years of repetition.
Yet the boycotts do not work
because they rest on false
premises chief among
them that the United States
is still, as it was in the post-
war period from MIt t I1S,
the possessor of a monopoly
of the military and dispo
able fi n a n cial power of the
whole globe.
THE JOHNSON adminis
traton has inherited a col-
lection of policies about Eu-
rope, Asia and Latin Ameri-
ca which rest on premises
that have not been re-exam-
ind since the postwar period
came to an end in the last
years of the Eisenhower ad-
ministration.
It is not easy, to be sure,
as a matter of practical poll.
tics and public relations to re-
examine premises which have
become sanctified and
untouchable because once up-
on a time, in the critical days
of the cold war, they were
right.
Nevertheless, the price of
not re-examining the premis-
es and of readjusting ourselv-
es to the world we actually
live in will be continuing fail-
ures and frustrations in all
the continents.


JOHNSON-HOME GOBBLEDEGOOK


Automation in Art of Diplomacy
* *


B AIy SUmI -O
WASHINGTON It
has t be suspected that
tie comlm ises which
report the tops discussed
and thdecilum taken by
statu at the conclusion
of their meetings are not the
work of human hands. This
-ss has been -omptod
by the invariable repetitim
In these reps of certain
word combinations which
conceal d disaprments
and leave the principals un-.
committed to carry out the
agreemuts recorded.
When the Mmm. re-
appeed last week in the
communique Issued aft-
er President Johnson and
Prime Minister Deuias-
Hme had tai t tal s,
it bee iear nrqrtal
duty to track down the sure
of a prcisim and perfection
that obviously is beyond mor-
ta posseSa This somue
was found It a eret uder-
ground roo I ti Stale De-

ERII U hoeed a amo-
mmiqus computer (cm-
m) with a mach isa
sen Ia io s m ny a &-
w I n -Misi. Was MR&
m lf actual fact ael fad
im it, h imr is
.bas I sme fondf *pli
k 0 Jele d gedrCo l
tmaiabli a

Iow the as does its
is disclosed is billill
Wtrancript ofa rua ofd the
material pid ints the co a-
ip-t and Se fbrm in wteh it
was published:
Q. The Fmiet and the
prune abster fm afl for
---Ilv
Peace btI y olt medi-
,ate thnir I v lI -
a S. vilts irtalk
A. "UIarimmm tmes tats


-e th e lh irn t


rill J iAt.ime



p rtto* aS e i im
bemag- vetos& matN


about that muli lateral nu-
clear force roposition
A. "Each government te.
ognies that no (such) prog
ress can be made witboat a
strong and united Western al-
liance prepared to defend its
interests against threat and
intimidation. It is within the
Atlantic framework that the
U.S. and the U.K are con-
ducting their examination of
mutual defense problems, in-
cluding force-goals, ad are
also considering the proposal
for a multi lateral nuclear
force."
Q. THEY DOWNT see ow
they can take care of the
mounting world aSMel, but
they both fear they will ose


votes In the 1964 elections If
they indicate this or If they
meem too firm the other way.
A. '"ie President and the
prim minister reviewed the
events of recent months dur-
ing which sudden tensions in
many parts of the world have
made unforeseen calls on the
resources of the U. S. and the
U. K. The two governments
are responding to these calls
whilst (better make that
'while' for Texasm) at the same
time taking a political action
that is open to them to dimin-
ish the causes of tension."
Q. L.B.J. toI Alec that the
British ought to quit trad.
ing wth Cuba, that Cuba is
the big trouble in this hemis-


here. Alec told L.B.J. he
thought he was letting Cuba
bug him at the expense of es.
sential concentration of Latin
America as a whole. How?
A. "The President stressed
his concern at the present sit-
uation in the Caribbean area.
The prime minister fully rec-
ognized the importance of the
development of Latin Amer-
ica . ."
During this re-run, busts of
Woodrow Wilson and Theo-
dore Roosevelt that were
wired for sound augmented
the confusion with steady in-
terruptions of familiar quota.
tions -"Open covenants op.
enly arrived at" and "Down
with weasel words."


Voice of the People

--1- The Sun's Opinion Page
Ogilm ed cand mmo s Sm inde we wkeom In the Yea V* the Pel4e slma. Leew s
mi be ie be w, siw 'le ade Nam es iM a weitsM it feqweed. A str shltW
SuseeSn S0 weeds ad mul s wie e *mi r svide of the paper. Peorny aest he hed. The
Sm Mee rvs the aibl so is leAss l r e r to shwter it, wsed eheeilue the wuitee enig a
low.e


'Observer' Errs
On Ordinance
DffROR, Su: The prison
who led lhes "Obser
vwr" l An u (Feb. 1)
a"s his gimm cit s
advises bane nrsm to "rea
the proposed (hating) aorda
dance St it a stht
has't red i hiese. It i
not surpiting t thes wier
of such a ridiculous piece
preferred to remain anony-
mous.
Th proposed housing ardi-
anoe des with two areas of
cmcorn: (1) Tl heha as
sIety d Gaoeisvd eias,M
d (2) be roStst .
'" tv wesi In ,
() It sabfdi y
toMw A GSoba a a-
wer ts sm & or =i-
a w m I*

^*^9V~i as^^M^^^^^^T^


tenant d at owner-
occupied housing. But there is
a re-so that this ordinance
dm4d not ale property
mmetn and &t families as
wellB as teli ru such per-
is as bulit sape, pests
piEl-e, -FAUMM, fire
ad cod weiatr.
Most id ti prisiou of the
poped hoiBg ordinance
we laled sa model ordi-
amu pqpred by the Florida
State Board of Health and
upon le qarience of other
B iIa melaeg lli-
Isr m Over a cities
Hl Alea have passed lbowl

a-
11 g such as t-b,
s-li sril ? et.
Jhl= iS P4kM

n e l 1l*


SB-rb Met. el

OK is
aweaIM
:*As *


the proposed Housing ordin-
ance than by the Dangerous
Building Ordinance which the
city adopted several years
ago!
(2) The ordionce provides
the city with a way to check
mad combat the spread of
neighborhood blight which
costs the city taxpayers' so.
ney and threatens property
values in all quarters of the
city. According to U.S. Cen.
sus figures, the rate of deter.
ioration of Gainesville houses
has imneased m sc INS.
lht cant e stopped sm-
ply by wishing it would go
away.
It is Ior ri reason that
th Na l od Bard e f Real-.
tes wpmuo e aSpdo at
-jjM i ,-A ,BS sue a
0t by doss sd m c ain G -
Va.


'Ser AL I e e Is ror
SMlinig Cswi M pM

& mq c 0 iii
*^ 'wli e ^^~^^vv^^


- es....


a--


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iiE& zot kit
TV ., ,.


am d ina fmmEN *ras
flAr rat assn i .@ i
MbMs a mans Us 3adA&
,.iti. ahe t m
NOl e asW ad ad&
" U muS m *sa


1. aopewt -o feOt and imparufy in es 4wa cmsne..
2. 6snOuw pninom iof a SunW enb t l -nd4riinh
3. PAlA* sids of import cntroveWsl blu
As Wsute slephn: AI Depn.omt -372A41
Wei Ads-8764472


A deadlocked Jury


It is always difficult to get a com
vieUon o cdrcumstantl evidence
aloe, so it is not altogether shocking
that a jury in Jackso, is, was
unble to reach a verdict in the trial
of Byron de la Beckwith. Some jurom


-probably thought


it had not ber.


proved beyond a reasonable doubt
that Beckwith killed the Negro dvi
rights leader, Medgar Eiert

The circumstantial evidence against
Jeckwith was strong. He admitted
Zbat the gun found near the sce of
;he killing resembled ase he owad,
Iut he claimed his pun was stolen a
few hours before the killing.

=Beckwith, whoe home was at
tnenwood, Mia., was idtifkld as
_ man who had inquired about the
location of Eves' home at Jackson.
ie-also was identified iby witnlaes
saw him i a spot from which
uld have shot Eves. He wrote
letters while In jail, ina O of


POTOM


which di be drny killing is. But
be dk day guilt m thoe sad

It is not evidence of oult to stab-
ish in court that Beckwith had writ-
tm letters promising to "b'tend every
effort" to rid the country of integra-
tion and stating that "we here in
Miassissippi are going to have to do a
lot of shooting to protect our wives
sad children from bad ialers." But
his views, when coupled with the
cireumstantial evidence, strongly in-
diste guilt

The fact that the jury did not
acquit him and that he will be tried
again Is reasuring. It means, at
lest, that some juronr were so con-
winced of his guilt that they would
set agree to an acquittal. Those jur.
ors, you may be abre, voted their con.
viction By doing so, they gve the
lie to the predictions that the case
would and in quiak acquittal because
of thefeeling in Mississippi about the
racial question. They, at least, de-
serve credit for being good citizens.


AC FEVER


By ae east, Cewles Wahbigtnm Buream


collectors are doing a good job. Oh
Zauibar, we might as wel get used


'r W too had Billy Graham eula to the Rmepq presidential race. With
ia ttet of Geldwater & Grat Republicans coum say they were emuin l m. I
Sig t-wing Md a prayer.

, rfeow has ergansed a MWy forms e that can't sing, dame ar play very
v*r but they came ots of money. They're cale the atles. That's Beatle
adsdM inside o t _____


SAmB PTA CONGRESS es' O edb Mrs. Maggie Moore,
Ti:-. ola S wN chinarm ; Mr. Rebeca Mcl,
be B to the Parent-.eahe rM IaMl. Frer, Mrs. S-
Ste ress hin its 37th m se i, Mrs. mlake kk-
," r S, Feb. IT. =admrs. tre &-
Tam themeis "New Dinmmnsion .Almlllm dl N
of Actions Balanced Paret. School, .IL Hi. stck; a
feachers Association Chal. siodery, Mrs. Willie B. Hatch-
w,* er. chairman; doit, Luthtr
Tlb local prograM will be Rm pSudllh; erga
held at the Mt Carmnel aplt Mrs. L m IL p;
Church with Rev. T. A. Wrig, ace, C. 0. Whittid, chir
pasor. The gut speaker m; C. LH tchS J.
this otcaslo wil be Msj. MeCae A. W. 1m,. Jr.;
rome L Morris, Priodt f m" of fla e,A.
the oonal Parent Tuc Sdk., d 1mSme
Lv action Crs. tary, Mrs. L. BIt U
rFollowing h popm re- ASnmday Schodol po nd
fresines wm be served is the to s asked to atSl
diag rema of e clhreak M. UM o Suday Shool at i AlA
C. Robino, Mrs. C. Tayr, Baptit Ch aday at :d
wirs. T. MNoley, Public s. a..
l6r an itt PFmiera' Day r*ly wl ter
auel nbay at 3 p.a. a
mnh is asked to attal da
AMUJA NEWS report (IL
O4UB BATION OP ST. LUa Rev. Clifton Simm eaod
aw oever rptioa wrwar Ilet
As edl adilNace sa k s. Rev. 3. F.Bala r, pm
am. th6 St Luke. AM I; Mrs. M ay JnJ report.


Cl with e S& !F. U

wmin adup t t m
pwtw r"Nmmis hr dowe p
aift Year:
TUsle dr&, S. IJ. McCa-s
a n, n; c. HathOk,
jam-esat t, Mr. S*I
Hyem S s. INsae x. I1.

fatre Beard, Lfter RA-
ade a: DidW Sit
A. t% BMW Jr. DuD ,
B-E St Mn. Iebeaes
Ma. lewaridm SAmd No.

MrL. as "rKNr. Mrs. aI
____ "a.


Congre convenes here at I-
cob High SteL
Be present Mo dy M al t
aWd get some valuable k b
maion pertaing to this cam


PROGRAM SWlEDULD
The Famale Protection pro
gram is set id today at 3 pa.
at the Mt NeD. MethoA
Church, sponed by Mrs. Bea-
trWie Certain

WIUAMS ELMNTARY
He .PareSTuacr Asda-.
tia of im VAi e m y
chwo meeting ;a be held mt
* ai l on he. u at I pJa.
G. T. Cook, piNlpe Mrs.
Bdait Prifl ~ MsL
Aamy Ip Dedese, rpor.

PTA M32G1
41Pg55Tuegrt


mIa T MEo T P ion" Iaf I
I rtuFa" C a* i V am
mat at the ML Ot" Prtli .


IM Iaist oCrc, -t o b
d evesig M I pat, IVr. &
lay, pmitm; Dt F. D.
smmse, rpfol.*


The Cty wid e MiM
t t. wr oEa dt al art 8
taNm e.L tdm t por o
bapji.um 9n 26T.lin


am" I
e to a &Iu fatS
Nieei petg, at tte 1.p
mm qc e DinliS

S Sa ut he pu tMl
m.0 fs eb pma" T.
^^P*^"c IL 9 *"*


ao, I mam *M ; mu. i u. A- w i
Mrs. Awl JW i-. p-rter. a
Ba rNdNl Ni iff Mia

mtche, M ars. Mary MPA M Mnwl6 ll
m. Int s. Mi amFest Jm u hbai c u oI,



ma msm. b atS F dIiw P h seakIa o1n.

dth In tUeto. "Chie's te bit.s.
mo m t g iast h-ebm --- s,
A A tt SU0 Smallgo beA ae flb:
I. L. A. Jm a. miked IV s fil d IMis =g rr16
EdealC MSf lw e eai. -A--o .l ad.a bi po
.1..C. 0. eM&on. .l.mo..t. his. ...af..t .e ..its


AUlOIUIfAS hastie detsserda
clis h bM o u a mb t d project.
;- t-o p
*d be Wl he pemhrS md CM VA add M a swaf
i amn. a-di be caDed Wo k i wMmuw t
AdN, CmNWiar, Te alfy Amnis o ets. Du
GKal, e srifhogFtsw ai WE aueifd by par-
Ti PraNe Peace." (Jilabts the li dli
9:) 1
FAMT LAW DEAN EAUKS
hMMrN's MWTlPAINNGPLAI AS-7D Te
d do Hopewi Bapdst d mfle a to o-"wt
will hs its Mutaing Lu s ome. ai of the hour" -
day k today. Rev. W. J' n'tLZ "pollW
Ta*, ptr; M. Amn Ger- -o5 raamge p, ato I
l k H. a.Mim. p _a h.. ui6


DAMI mlhmaL mu

ia ft ms *"d Cater
d Gahlinah DOeW tmap
ow's riedom a Wked to vib
him. Robrt Williams, reprtr.

YOUTB DAY
Youth Day will be observed
a the MLZ. ora lt m rch
today at U a.m. a wa tht p-a
to, . LRoy q hm e, in

Oir No. I will motor o Clef-
lad today at s 1a to eor-
dut a joint device at the 3ap
tit Church In the hitert d
the ptst's aiversary.


The State
Amual Tea


Uniform CapaM
wil be today frWm


3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Co m
mity cream Cunter, of
IN NW 1at Street.
There is no admisi price,
but a donation is asked.

CONVALEING
Mrs. Mary Dell, who was a
peit la the Alahua General
OMital at GaInesviule, has re
bundto her hoe, ad was
rported as somewhat. ip
TedI

wmllym NE"
TO EMGIN PRAMCC
The Joesulvl Dodgers wil
1egi0 Wiring tnleing today a
2:5 pPa. t Jeaestile.
At 0:3 p there w l be
weome beIL Musk for this
cain will be funhed b
Joany Ae and his b atth
Rea Brother Recreata COe
ter.


YOUTH DAY
Youth Day wil be obsened
at he lr Chch ytoe y
begm il at T pl te yOth
wil be la charge of the r-
viesa
Ths punlic Is invted.

BOARD PLARM METINGM
The Stewardes Board o tot
MoWt Pmaest MNAdistt
arch w ma wit lWs.
am Tune, W at 4 Pa

PATIENT IN BOITAL
Lewey Mics (Istm) is
a padtint te Veterans' S-
pital atLak City. He is a
m r o tfI Shady Gme
Pr we eo wam lba
mMan smo pie to 4s, vi.a
atr wbWo Mm. D.

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He also mroundly scored seme of


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*bituarite
MRS. Mr E CLAYTON
Final rites for Mrs. Mittie
Clayton of Archer, who died
Feb. I at her home following a
lingering illness, will be con.
ducted today at 2:30 p.m. from
the Shiloh Baptist Church in
Archer, with the Rev. C. P.
Brown and Rev. George Halle
officiating. Interment will fol-
low in the Old Shiloh Ceme-
tery.


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to


the areas of ineptitude of the
Negro Oppor veli. sad race
reade.
Des Je es pated out that *
"b thi New st we mast a tyRecital
comm s w to bring about
nMm. ca5 dings b the edu- ThiIalente nymm trio of mbersof the Florida
calial dir ctre." AIM Ui ty Department of Music was preem-
He aid, "Many Nep chil- ted ImhaT mls me, recently in a faculty recital. Featu-
dn cany he dmsbtf scars red perforen wee Mia Alma Bnreks, flutist, sec-
of the cualiree whlU they sd from the le and Ruffle Laden, of Gainesville,
were amsed, a cdo which p-flat soprae larietWt, who performed em six wood.
encouraged te M d m cKes wiad istrnmentsa-the oboe, English hor, contra
and t oly disemen d but b aeeme contrabes clarinet, E-flat alto mophone,
tpoee d those who sought and fBflat sopW e clarinet. Mrs. Mary W. Roberts,
to me 6teir aeds catively. acempam ist, is sAm at the plane.
The smhaeksmtake al of this -
his asn ea t eb gograms ploymed veral wt bitruc- change in status when the An-
mad pwvl aqlpprlits which tors ad at the san time, it nual meetfg is held in Miami
not ely it thie ts but has maiined a policy of open Beach, April 30-May 1, 1964.
moW awlrvely to mpeu- enrollment. The Colnleee con- ______
ate for them. erred the A. A. Degree upon CHUpRC A OUNCE.MENTFS,
"It smm ruommable, there- a white student last year. The Johnon Chapel Baptist -Sun.
fore, to Igest and even urge student, Geraldine Stephe, day School with Superintendent
that th New Sulth full of was also editor of the Gibbson- Charlie Robison, and teachers
hope and pise for all be- an newspaper for the 1IMX 3 in charge, 9:45 a.m.; morning
gin to better compensate for school term. worship, 11:15 a.m.; B.T.U.,
pad injuidces, which present 5:X p.m.; and evening worship,
our society with millions Of ST. PETERSBURG, Dr. 7:3 p.m. The pastor or his ap-
educationaally dimdvataed Frank Finger, professor of psy. pointed will be in charge of the
boys sad girls by de ng0 eldk chology at the University of Vir- services. Both Choir No. I and
national service for the oun gl, will come to Gibbs Junior Ushers' Board No. 2 will serve
Amerkas beyond the i of Cole February 24-25 as a during the day. Visitors are
what M be objectively d- National Science Foundation welcome. Rev. W. J. Taylor,
cried as standard equality. If cturer for the American Psy. pastor; Mrs. Carrie Mosley, re-
l we can der special itgird in chological Association (APA). porter.
t to the mretar l Dr. William F. Smith, Gibbs -
physily e, a y J pychlogy prolesor, said Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist-
Swe can do lilef ri e w Dr. Finger will be on the The pastor's 11th anniversary
6 catioo local college campus to present will be observed. Sunday School,
y ers a s. lectures, meet with studies and 9:30 an.; morning worship,
he a eMl u lty members ad to a. 11 am. Rev. E.E. Croos and
. p from as tlop o the t. quaint student wh aew deve- cogregation from the Baptist
teMn, a rdif avid ol pm p inenm i w and Church t Ft. Lauderdale will
ad its m at trgedie." lso to acuat studies with conduct a joint service; and


e FAMU aw school dean
- ed5 tA "far to many peO-
k wdl mleod d and other-
wbI, a idw the Negro in-
forr, ad dy him the oppor-
t y for achievent, while
pdo-mig pWtatoms i qu-
aly f tras pd e of
Accdr g to.e speaker, the
chief imphe Noeg ach-
levemeat ar "segr and
discnBbUBlHo."


HowE r, he sunded a warn-
ing: "I ao, as, N you must
know, that a kind revtio
i amumgt u. We nM loa"
have the freight Negro who
ath his head while bwing
to wthewR Matd mintiom. We
have a nreS sad tatdme
Negro who is b he-bet on b-
levi equal s tas i the Am-
erica stream El. He isnt
we dw ar hi obectie,

lditeo, h he oJ datraiw d
to emame the mas ostacles
Coiscui b ahety S the
Niqe, Dru Iakid, al"'
Nw a0 as tad a
hi l ma d Sitm
W-WI S--I fl"-
D diasr tho e AM u d-
viwy Coi d Lo of teh
pt A yms, M 4lta
M so LU deo e te B-
I teUnIm* Sb amta
d the encit-e t-lone o
dtho Natl Bar Amdlia
Nwn minIlMltd to to In
=Goa by Dr. Mrrs I& L-
aM Mr. Ada Davs Iclr
smnd a maid IShad
I dwp d S bPO pqNl
Sae MWled -m MW


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opportunities for advanced stu.
dies and careers in psychology.
Dr. FingW has published W75
items, ncidang research
articles, principally in the areas
f lMearnng and motivation.
He was educated at Syracuse
and Brown Universities and has
held auerou offices, cludig
that of panel member for the
Office of Institutional Progras,
Nations! Sceue Foundation.


Gibbs Junior Colls became
the first Negro just college to
join the previously aI-white
Florida Junior Colege PrMe
Association.
The St. Petersburg institution
was accepted for full meber-
sp at a recent junior college
press workshop at the Univer-
sty o Florida. A total of 13
jumlor colleges had student rep-
esntstves wthi Gbse being
e ady predainantly Negro
JC to fully participate in the
pms workshop
Givoaln editors Glena Rut-
ldg and Leroy Gamdy were
n the me thea junior
G e sadets at the tree
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atwo ded m on mws
poper makp, camp news
mows pn enP ad,
ep wrg. They ai as-
ilMd seir sipopIr, "Gib-
siae" for -i by facly
mumbin other Udiverly d
Flerida CtS winen will
be momd it DmmOl
Th Prloi AM r -m
tbo aoS Fmimht h a
by hWftD f"v oei NeWro is-
hr duo ja-TM a re:
D idmo JC, Pam *;I
Ltbe A Fart Heft, ta


IRev. C. H. Hamilton and con-
reg atlon from the Baptist
Church will also conduct a joint
service at 3 pra. Mr. Phillip
manager of the Good Will Store
In Gainesville, will give greet-
togs. The Sunday School suaer-
Intendent and also adults class
from Citra wilspeak. The pub-
lic is invited. Rev. H. Kinsey,
pastor. Dinner will be served
at the cdurch.

Alachua Old Shlo Baptist-
Sunday School, 10:15 a.m.; mor-
ning worship, 11:11 a.m.; and
afternoon worship, 4 p.m. Pas-
aisi iei am ova"J


Mrs. Clayton is survived by
our children, Mrs. Marie
rons, Mrs. Lilly B. Brown,
Irs. Margarett Lewis, William
Clayton; three sisters, Mr s.
Gussy Digsby, Mrs. Gertrude
Bookert, Mrs. Janie Brown;
three brothers, Henry Brennan,
Pnky Brennan, Frank Braen-
nan, other relatives and friends.
The family and friends are to
meet at the home of Mrs.
'layton in Archer at 1:45 p.m.
o form the cortege to the
hurch,
Pallbearers are Paul Lee,
lura Robinson, Sebe Boykin,
Romulus Kyler, Collie Nattid
nd Earl Brown.
Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
Home in charge.

MRS. EMMA FREDERICK
Mrs. Emma Frederick, of
153 NW 7th Place, died in the
Uachua General Hospital on
Friday.
Duncan Brothers, morticians,
will announce funeral arrange.
meants later.


ROSTER WOODS


Rospter Woods, of this city,
died at the home of his niece,
Mrs. LeRoy Harris, in the Min-
nie Hill Settlement, on Friday.
Duncan Brothers Fun e ral
Home will announce funeral ar-
rangements later.

MRS. IDA PATRICK
Mrs. Ida Patrick. of 720 NW
7th Ave., died in the Alachua
General Hospital on Friday
alter a long illness.
Dun can Brothers Funeral
Home will announce funeral ar-
rangements later.

MRS. THEODOSIA CHILDS
Mrs. Theodosia Childs, wife
of Dr. Lincoln B. Childs of
Jacksonville, died Saturday fol-
l lowing a lingering illness.
Funeral arrangements will


he announced later.
PERSONALS
Miss Mary H. Turner and
Miss Mary H. Barber, both of
Tampa, are guests hre today.
Mrs. Fannie Simmons return-
ed here yesterday from Detro.
it, Mich., where she was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Lebia
Young, and other relatives for
two weeks.
Mrs. Mary B. Butler, of
Ocala, passed through Gaines.
ville yesterday en route to
Jacksonville to spend the week-
end.


riru services are every ase- -
ond and fourth Sundays. Rev. HOMECOMING PLANNED
J. R. Boykins, pastor; pastor; Homecoming will be observed
Mr. Judy E. Filer,reporter. at the Mt. Carnal Baptist
Church throughout the day.
St. Matthew Baptist -Suoday Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor, wil
School, 10 a..; morning or. speak at the morning services
ship, 11 a.m. Afternoon worship, at 11 a.m.; Rev. Clinton and
Coummunlon, 3 p.m.; and even- congregation from Galilee Bap.'
Ing worship, p.m. The mem- tist Church, Hawthorne, will
bears, who have not paid their render service at 3 p.m.; and
aui ,ents, are asked to do following this service, dinner
o became we are I the pro. will be served for ftl guests.
ce of a greatbuM g pro Each member is asked to pay
grea. Rev. J. L Middleton, 5. Mrs. Nellie Grant, general-
i ar; Mrs. Lon E Amar, re chairman; Rev. T. A. Wrght,
Prore, pastor.
III U


Hornets


Buzz


y MAmE JON


W S r JC, Mea; 'nst of, daI would I toward Negro History Week
jami C, Lasiter; S*M l lwthAstw IW sIdi-( ra.b I-UI). Catheri .Janoe
11119 ACDySte such. f4tW r havbg amiled th*eir"n "Esats." Mis Barbtem
-- ~me-s at lHor Rol lst Sheppard spoke to Is a
ff. PwSBU Ike, Fr- Ik: DibWM Cetsm, B "Greater Emancipation of the
1i Amois S C ai Pbi; M-- AIm Owns, B] Enmovat" A Nfe qerirnM,
b aggrhllta povledi *fPhUs; 94 e AAm SMake, B1'wing law wa Soweet Char.
Alm n pilmt uiir mad a ft MD j w, 3, s as, Jmei"Iwua"gbyIapUSM "ary
4 Nd Sltain to G Cu B, 3a assB MoseIspik Me syeft soel It l pupas
i30&. C sub *tbethist wAIkoo M Wyed byeovIyoae.
i m -dii, Gie Dr.org &leaintbheom- lbT Mebm Corals wi.
a f riM mu etodo me kmo ld pef atLblnaUB oas?.
I ioI,"aolgl. J aL I I tbo eatar HI tl e S l i Pi.T I AMpse.
b hiMiomn, asad*w"uPiD M iso ThewormiltL Rapora t, lisale ,m
i0 wo n h *o n mom R /, bl ow ro, de.My o o.



t:otiaise la,-** ame hu su Jhwees Milr hanem Jora,
l,.. J mla~l apusit Yea mes Simobe, Yve e
It simetry. trst a Ouuesy. F a. V V MiteMt4p.
Ia ConS aS M wasimtu byvatoulgdifl.G Du.d


COLORED NEWS


I F. CW s, Cels ews Edm


-
S ident Johnon says the ast h's tax
wei,twhat with Panama, Cub, Cyprus and
to bad news at hom too.


aL-sw'i
ymmp-


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Amem

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uu,F uPIN,*& ILs"


Trooper Halts Car, Hit by Tear Gw


PIk~aiigfany Patrol Trfl
,In C fSou"wa blasd
ih the face withtIM gas ejste.
dayr mowog by a man he satop-
ped for nvestigation east f
Gainspille.
ii was treated ii AldmA
Bepital for buns to
a gee weith -ooting tetar
in w do *trooper's eye is


J qr M ,ha about N, s
He was charged
wk h i ing drivers licene
rSeeW n ing and aggravate.
ka highway patrol re
o hiMent i emcrred about
tV aLm, four miles east o
GdMfl .n State Road 2
tU m with Trooper G


of ers.
Au d afti isabe
that we a d nok drver
headed east at the Gaimville


it i pui wr. It i tIke
driver "bpt lgilg he car
fora" mr d 8wlel
Somw said Mhe car moved
WertTy for a safety check
slowly and the driver refused to


open the ens. Sowe" wr
that the tick dpar a the dd*I
veM n oti ed, openedI
it througik and ma
locked the front door.
The he oped the trout door
and reached Ino to turn tih ig.
action dEi and taMke tie keys.
Before be could get the keys
out be was hit in the face by
ablast of tear gas that sent
him reulg backward. He made&
his way to the patrol car and
caledfor help


S Lah Whur Your Friend Lunch-
M WHERE?
S amantll's a
76weU UNW5ivTTr AVPUSE


l oeevI $S 5k "
l a sli int. M lM

|te iRliL. '.o


shi ewaI Dq* WOyN It ltg
i k oel t- A ctui CBBIy a ner ai
Trooper Wtm aid the IL & 0. Rod"rt of thae Fl.
ir s calm ta "r I Highway Pi met aSt
and under" we in and I they at the h oaI
SGORDON'S JEWELERS INTRODUCES- I


ML STERUO COLE, who wil
4ed Yte WElXa imke Domnt.

WATCH MAKING ....



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mmeus


FATHER JOSEPH'S RADIO
helps -lpud emal trunilats.


Radio Helps Find Donors


For Urgent Eye Operations
A young Florida farmer canisame material from a door's get them to the patients who
see today, partly through the eye. are waiting for the operation.
efforts of a group of peo- The problem: Find the don- Oneneficiary of this ervn-
pie scattered acns the Unitedon (who pledge Iher eyes ice is the North Florida Eye
States whom be has never met the event that they shoi die Bank for Restoring Sight at the
and may never know ama- and get the corneal tissue to University of Florida's J. Hil-
teur radio operators. the surgeon in time for the op. Us Miller Health Center. Mar-
The young man was one of eration. Tisue must be used garet Bowman, executive see-
many sightles persons whose wthi 4 hours o its removal rotary of the eye bank, said
vision is impaired only by a from the donor. that seven patients at the Unl-
damaged cornea, the "front The solar t io: A radio net-versity Hospital have so far
window" of the eye. Surgeons work. Amateur radio operators benefited, from the amateur ra-
can correct this condition and in all parts of the United dio network.
restore a patient's sight by re- States have organized a net- "Since this is national Eye
placing the cornea with thework to locate donor eyes and Bank Wek," Mrs. Bowman


(Week od Feb. 1=W-3)
Sday Third Amal Fin
Arts Festival.
- University Orchesis Club,


Reital of Moder Damce,
me's Gym, 3 p.m


ern Conference o Gerontology,
Student Service Center.
Feb. 17-18 Florida Commi
sn on Aging, Student Service


Wo- Center.


MNady -le Annual Fine
Arts FatdvaL
- Lecture: 'The Role of the


Feb. fl 21 1irteenib
Annual Air Cmondiing Confaer
ece, McCarty A auditorium.
FeA I. 11 Thirteenth


in the Creative Southern Conference on Germo-


Arts," Virgil Thomson, Univer-
sity Auditorium, 8:15 p.m., fol-
lowed by a reception in Florida
Union Bryan Lounge.
-Film lecture: 'OT World
Around Us-Central America,"
Dwight Nichols, narrator, Flor-
ida Union Social Room, 8:15
p.m.


tology, Student Service Center.
Feb. 21 Thirteenth
M 21U-aPhyaleal Therapy
Seminar, Medical Science Bhdik
ing Auditorium Room M-12.
Feb. 3-Kappa Epsilon Pro-
vince Meeting. Medc CIAce
Building BRoom M-Ui, W e.
Feb. i--T t h A l


Waeally Tird Amia Building Offi is Short Curm,
Fin Arr Festival. Student Sevice Ctr.
- Lyceum Couil Present-
time: Son Goldberg, iolibn-
bt, Unverty Auditorium, 8:15 Feb. 1U-"Watr Cdo ad
p.m. Collages," Robert Cao, Florm
Iln Classics Serius: ''1 da Union Johson Lounge.
White Sheik," Medical Science Feb. W-'"mes of Man,"
B3toi Auditorium, I pm. Rowbert Beach, n uo
Contemporary Europea Bryan Lange.
Art Sow, Plaza of the Ameri -"Metal Slpture," Joh
cu. K.Eyeetl Florid Union North
Flte lawintmal Week wf Gry.
stoy ad P i y O f m. e MotoapU by
U@jW lacrnB Sorlm:MWh sob* h GerX.
a Sobcal Historian Doe," Msd
lea Science gSeodd a ,nDd
Tear Auditorium, 5 p.m. wo an Da
S WeanDUad Week Ta
Sinewy a., 45 Seconds
ai Uinivenity A i---' .
':- pG. Now Livi
Practical Nursing Grab.- Dm
tliotl W, Mel" Seil 1TIIPAGE, N.Y. (AP) A
tBuM Aalfri I ptm. wom o w technical
bterM tioaMlind ff ael eo H lft a hor
Wok 'itl Friday with i mechanical
Leadership Training C y restored eM
Ibrce, Florida tUnion 1mn 'The St. Valts' Day de-
SaStbal: Florida o f,,n Dorothy Khhe, 57,
YT lIgt, Florida Gymi,l:1 of Gen Oa, Queet climan
It -- I a w'w en she / Wsrickk with i
.i*f t fNIMSimUp. heat attack whfe vtg her
i Usio Sodil Room dughter's home in neamr.
SI by Famlngdale.
t uKF EIX AND Taken to Mid--aj HploW-

SM R 11 -ch leu Uim i a l ar a y
1Hi Ihar mcy a-to

"Sh waded for 4% o n
n -mtsm A Bulb .r" mu agedOk a th
JMLfrt^Taraaift o cttf = 7*ny^ ^


el

mt


AUNimc cTY,. NJ. (AP)
-Daeis will be esAi to a
*l torment who they at
flt *tual 04Y atmm at
,afit hie sumi
Nr Al M

2a -- -m-o sup
f toabewakt ceL




friMiadilcitoric


ccal shocks to her heart
it esomo witfl
WA rewmudtat*.bre.
rd her hnstaig agakl
Last Webeyr, atri aSir
*r efliaB, decrs 1aSrtes
tiny, peuatn, bbyepw
ad heart regulaltor hd her
beep r heart b mag np
rly through a"etliam
.ry.


said, "It is a good time for us
to express our gratitude to the
Gainesville operators who have
helped in this pgram and to
the operators all over the coun-
try."
In Gainesville, Dr. D. A.
Sanders of the lacha Animal
Hospital, his wife Jo Anne and
Father W G. Joseph of the
Catholic Student Center, have
kept in touch with the nation-
II network and provided the
communications that helped
make eyes available to area
patients.
Before the network was es-
tablised, telephone commui-


cations among ti
in the United S
sole meae of
neal tissue on
With the radio


tie 50 eye banks
states were the
obtaining cor-
short notice.
network, it is


xasible to make a national
heck on where eye are
available and where they are
seeded within a few msautes.
"'oe we never know who
a door may de ad where he
may be acr the country, this
S bee a tremendous help
to us, Bowman aid. "We
an see tat the donated tissue
is placedon an airplane and
rushed 0 Gainesville in ti se
for the operation "
Mr Bowman e ed that
the eye tissue obtained this
way is available not only to th
UniWe of l Hospita
but to l North Flida h
tabl h which sg a gery Is


"Jut this week we had o
ample of the urgency of th
psration d a the cooperanw
naW t of the eye bmk arv
ice," Mrs. Bowman said. "By
meaom. a1"aIh km
runday evsmg. H-bo t,"
=oiperaam of Lion Clubs irt
leaw mtr and Dunedin amn
the Phebls County Sheriff's of
fice, we were able to rush a
Dunedt women to Gainesfie
for a operation at I ajm.L
Weeaday.-*
"I am b work tat the
rat pupe an g 6 s4 1 a
good example the kind of
p es ts w Beaw in make
the eye balk pW a uc
em"n a a ram- t all
spIda hu4 tat w ap-
lp- O- nwW f."
b & t" 'may ple*/
hai e" 16 e ype book by I&
kI at DMS la form, which
Lt ebs or ie Net
briw "I BDak for Restr.
HM|iO J Bk il
*i-opil Uimte


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Jdais a yeas old. He wm
boa Jan. ,1Win et Pabin
Be. Heu was edcted
s cfak lorimdiis a pa&nd
uat Coaw IIN Sdaol
inb Rty. He amud a sI
t.gree Ji edcofh im
the iverltydaForida.
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CwortA" Wda War n. He
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ISNR-d smW d in the Padfic
AQ be dbhared om
dothe lrBe &Km pm he rmwaed
b to City id married die
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$3; John Frahkln Parker, 17
Famm Pa p INEM8 15th S, n iBle li-
cF se -IOked, $ ; lorne;
A*=roe r=W.m n r oa e i Par-s4 N n i
- Man. Hme& &MM CBurt, fI w &iht a ken. 5
as serl i 5or out ; ay W. ParTn*.S1N
aduB( nte to ft rve Dqer, i^Cot"ft la lia l
mint f ftk Anrieen lAI eO ; Jmau LebI Dl
$meadl a dcnafrne 1Im t Tet, uSPmi*be
th Veen AhA ramtforen, e : and hapom er aI
tain service I the tM,;,UrsL Sewr1t,3N
UQed Stdut vnter-a b w t Ter., e llrig de
ormingtmdS*efriS d ee ; New" WaMbery,
bmftsHe. He i pet mM Abdi fligw ite a Rb-
oa the Gatavie Pos No. V wek 4 Jol WM -W
l the American Uge d is NW 7th Ter., n valid iers
a member of the honmry o- Mse ; bobby Wrght, op
*y f" &e Amere Ieto the ian g fI t tIe B
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Jordan is a member of
Vrw of f* Wn ife, 2 S

Lto e. Keep Home H
me i aimber of the b oard
of dred ofd the Gainuevle LIDON (AP) m n
,Boy C .us a pt dw n" m- ms-
of the cbs board ofe d- tbeo sbu lelw ws
He was the redpioot obtete'loNdhm-
dub's "Man and Boy awd wie-*b the dive mout to
beat adive Jote sda'w l -Me uwe Dea" '.0
iWU for Yers. Goo a, -7/, adn is m.a
Jordan Is a poat m*n s~lr me I am i
jo ainb amo sttm estra.init*ds"I by
Me AbdOis n ?njep S & Xam "smnt
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lohU amd* and we eo- ,, ji_7 deanv wu &.
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bhe baud S iAdrs Mal reeas, S ibed k..A rke 5m
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il CiMim Awaord" S/ the g hAnjbenis wUays
Jorda is the vice mbmam aeriN t wed b iWe dMa
o the Ma Coity Cbd 1*A d smipw
Oe"w CSmmesof 61 forld tod lnbf. Hur t
Ibls wlt e h me1" Mekytwin.uld be
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rllit ported the b h per
- kwvidwu I baeidf tI
to e yeiay:
SW alt Bt, and Omde Ma-
wel, la Es h Ave., about 0
. at the lateci d
Maia Sreet and Avan.
arl Porter er Jr.,
NW t Ae., and Irving Be
rer TIOk, m NW 3Nh Aw.,
ablet a.. the liock
0 a tmi Bolenrd.
LAoN= Ma ldel, 4ma h
S1, ad Virginia Broa, 53
SW 3rd Ae., about t the
itadecioa dSWM trees id
Phlace.
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do, OL, and Robert Frederick
Rle M NE 12th St, about
1:15 pj. at the htemcUom d
N M Street Mal & Av-
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AL ,eeamal.age

Se eo ReElection

be tIbo mi Id Frqnk F okm pubm maumme tat
ut tlM t hey thy wd aeek remcS
btoacSthgprqu aur cstb She wld quahfy wth he
_s__ entn, gentry iof tate and then an-
set, imr os
Truck Hits U o o* oa :. e
pidd l se Marh Sothe =
Tam rd trm of Rladolph
SaVe4 Had^t who resinaedfr the
Um to devote fail. &hWI his
1 A aIbias director of coer-

SlTCrAM, N.Y. (AP) He willbe making a fewo year
-Aal tmbakut erWas" iniaor im the sWt
te a tarn M, th Din a D t, coprised of Levy,
a1 nd burm d about h en DIle ad Gidhrit counties.
*"u after the accidves. Fielb upeming race for th post
bt f a f Ift asd dl ed will be at least a two-man affair.
Aditeimeallyltee mputbilgdI were demuenhmd. J. Sim Townsend of Bell, who
Wheeteebetotmdtthnk. Police aid the tavern, a post was a candidate for senate in
Whebyaubiall ftomeatb ie oltatin aU d a reing spa election last year,
Advrhismibigykeogic aduleat to the tan, all twio h already announced he
fl gt% tieSdIsS, story frame irctres, were would seek the job again in the
Ordina. wrecked by the ezpo ad Ma Pr.
lfawgsalglbtql fbame. Mar nburn will be eektng a
am7t6l The trk driver, lme Wash- two-year tera of office as state
winyMdawmmhas1001 Skid, S SBectidy, was reprentati e from Levy coun-
epnm sdaitted to Us HoNia Of- ty. He has several term
AJSemadd aeda11. i 1dalt aid Wahletpm aad was opposedd in the 190
at.wtiwl,^ra* rM ed a heart Mttak elect,
t i ietyiwSij ibmi. but they d wt know whether e
I the atiFk eraml Irboe or Usher and Marshburn were in
mtS, tNsa' afteredwom a boy linthe Williston yesterday for the dedi*
IbuilThiing an a boy a .
IE HospitaL aey were idea- trail Florida Peanut Processors.
plit". FlOW8P1Gs U J Ju1iTedeco, They told a Sun reporter of
rG Po3;'" l d''their intentions to qualify Tues.
Split. GOPEGrows :,h artqf

Over Organizing Delegate Nichol as,No day, the date that candidates
r A f the Jeari d ere, for state office start qualifying.
It P1 U0-t (Ap)- 1 A ad. bo*tal *OEM said.
Police said the truck struck a
Saw r I In Flia No other eican ho kl pd be foremu eainginto the
ep. I Party Saturday ap- appeared to have much cha e 'M e Deroccos lived INCOME TAX
peered likely to win Florida's 3 M e' in ad&. ttaern.
IfSt audtohbetbmetovanf theRepblican N A nearby house was also GAINESVILLE
in a S awmi com a&lComaln. But stoal- sowarchied ad window in the BOOKKEEPERS
"aUs deletes pA0ledd to mimn Anht y Bataa are ,were bk by the o- 0W.
Sa. DBrry GiGo diw AridkSt. Pmdsbrg has pnpoed 120 N.w. A s. FR 6.2924
an. that the PeIMi ui anS a
U. l. e ll C r ate ot pledged toaupprt
m Fday rlght tal any candidate bat ad left Authenticalv Furmshe
tIao sathiore iogal director fri n ditoerW with a od the
I of ft Gadler for Preideot uoeoW comandes.
CIaintee, John Greaer of
B ui.ilad, aed hi mto The world's lr amos.
-gogine thete. ed globe isthe caterplsce sf
StateGOP Chamaa Tom the National Geographic Sod- on display today
Brown Tmpa caed tais try's DW a Eupbers HaD in from 10 til dark
ilectia "poor Jodgnart" if it Washingtoo. lhe sphere weighs w
bbkae. about a 1o3usd pounds; i rIC FOreSt
Iskbem *A..Llfno ls, hi Pine Forest
BDron ml C ar M leaId. measures 11 ftt rom pole to
kg qkeammnforteifaifc- pole and 34 feed around the NA lobt Aw. & 1lth Terrsce
u. aw the m'rt. bon's -"or.


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apply Awhile h ,,- ,
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H mi Goodn rg d port a hi da slte iegd to
wife a Mid BRey to ea the Arim mueor.
Gwymeth beck to begale "I *tronly be&eve bt Se.
because he wn happy wi tvo-waer wa goe t Amer.
ot ter.'tnw wmem lean pole a P'1 chio
to ty. 'ey maeeded, ie i t oppU to se prn ad-
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JERRY GADDUM
Memorial service for Dr.
Jerry Wiiea Gaddum, 3, Un.
m =- Nwho died r-
day of a heart attek, wA be
Sadb eaed at : pja. Wdes
dr i the Chapel of the bear.-
Mtih 5lUl W. University Ave.
I Dr. Goddum, 11 NE S t
Ave., died in Alachua General
Hospialafter a lengthy ihes.
He was active in civic affairs,
especially in city permeat
ad was a m ber of do Chiic
Action lae. He was a vgabi r
ate of P. L Yalg HiOh School
and the Uiveraty of Florida.
He had bee an instructor at
the university aince 7.
Dr. Gadda's father, Leo
aerd, we a soad phyiit and
was the first head of the physi-
cal scices sectionof the US.
Wverity College. ls father
aught at te unmivrty from
UN through UM and a setion
f one of the men's residnce
S ha's is named after him.
He is survived by his widow,
Maine: his mother, Mrs. Luis
f B. Gaddum; a son, Stephen;
three sisters Miss Elizabeth
Gaddum of New York City; Mn.
Richard Gaylord of Arlinigto,
Va., and Mrs. John Savage of
Los Angeles, and a brother,
Glemnn Gaddum of New York.
He was born in Columbia,
Mo., and moved to Gainesville
whob ben was two years old. His
father wasme of the deeloper
iap I'm ctr-ecope.
Dr. Gaddum was a member
SFlorida Blue Key and xm-
a=eg honorary fraternites at
the uiveerity.
Notable contributors by Dr.
Ga i th fied of k aA-
at al research ere in linear
yoledneohp, cmove an ad
M tric ame d. They uded
rilinal publisheMid works on
Metic Meda in DIferenmtal
aid Ih Calcus#" and
ria am of the A t aI
Tetraludhe" and T et Caoe.
r' pplnt proper
Dr. Gaddam w ted is -ear
Saro m unimga ttheltOWate r
Nmri Analysi at the Uni-l
rnity S Calrsio in 06 and
= 5 and coatloed *a work w
der U Deparmet of D -eem
Is Wasirngton serving as a
mathematical liaion between
I P api ad thie U.S. Bu -
ami sof Utdard.Working with
stermSu AMa Hufm
he Developed a method for mas-
uring b efflciency of tIrm-
p"rthag supplies I proper
Dr. Gadda W at i
sB soi Uoid afi before ro.
Wft the Uiveanlty Slof e
rt. He active in local and
sate Democratic party organi-
oft a Michiga.L
He was active In xoupes con-


b-b -awy -ad e
al hek t aM at gutu
Gai' ma. The bly
ho replied ad fewens be
ak mp i*A ew a---- a
tran be m I is Dr. i "
Sa t's o I do GNille
Pft uary.
SSIGMUND SEm
ipd lo, ofw.. brooer.



ed Etoabet :Sm
Haiws a mICr of go- G
SL- a ahrsd

t wr, Mrs. Lrume J. pi e
of Brooker; mod t"W M, Jo.
seph Sem of aNdAbolI N.Y.,
liand SigudSed o i e ValV
ly, N.Y.
FWtral service wiD be con-
dued toGmorr at 1:31 pm
in tf dcWpel JoemJoehnon
Funeral Hems wit Rer. W. P.
mcEl oy fiSian Bthid
be in Nape CeAetery, Napo
N.Y.
LUBETTA GILLYARD
WALDO Graveside serves
for Mrs. Luetta G. Gilyad, K4
of Waldo, who died Traday
morning, were scheduled for 2
p.m. today in the ESatFe
Cemetery.
Mrs. Gillyard was bors Dec.
6, 11, in Clay County.
She is survived by oe m,
Cecil Grifs of Waldo.
CARL McGEE
LAW'lY Card Atlmoy
McGee, infant on of Toy nd
Macui Knight McGee of Lawtey
died ddnly in his home Fri-
day morning
Hie was bomn A4l. UI, Mi,
and I din by his o ,

daseralw ira1 p ONM
car and Lcy MeGeeallW
rume, ad maternu al rode
ants, Ga ad Maie KAM
of Lavwey.
Fuian wrim ba .be, lo
doted at 3 pat.isouinwI i
lb ies Nenmortem i d
sk Vh l tP.M L O,,N M
Burial wi be in Heps m
tWry am Therems.
Dewill C. Juroa lm
ome ofSterts e I Il d a

THONAS BROWN








Ilass n Ew amul
of Oine Lake, a rtid Iup
todr f aIml te C. td 0. l
roo, died Friday I AeId a
Genra Hloml.
Iron was bon Am. 3, kr,
i Lima, Ohio, the m Jl Jb










I bm we two a M
Brown, ad Donald re, and
a daughter, Mrs.m Irebe Lay-
mme aD of Taic. 0".

ed a raeal mra
W d Weled wlbe sm
INV. Wmon -T rf
eal House isi in chep of o

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Mr. MrkevS a nre
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JULIJA I. NBITT
TAMPA F d-f
or irn. Julia aim l.
AeM & who died a l a
a Tampa bmtpia wee
her yestardoy.
She wrasa f e WflMtn
resMilu Her faiks, e b
Ge orge Badmers, peaer
f the Willide ethNo
Church it one tie.
Mrs. Nettles wm ren t Ds.
muA d, a., ad ha bae a rs
Ident of the Tamp amre for 41
ac ethidist C ua rS d trh
GIA No. SoTamp Bay Be -
Surv so inckd her bh-
bead, Carl R. Nettles Sr.; a son,
Carl R. Nettles Jr., Tampe; a
other, C. W. Himderson. BI
timore., d.; Iuree dfeir,
Mrs. A. A. -Robieame, vakiM,
Mrs. Georgia u.nm Wil.
t a, nd Mrs I M N .,
Seffer; aMi two aichdla.
Mrs. Nettles' Tmaps a r
dence was at 210 thi St
THOMAS A. OAKLEY
Peral service fr Thomu
Alexander Oakley, 7, of 14M
NE 17th Ave. who died Wedes.
day in Al acaGeuneral N
ptal, were helderere yesterday.
Oakley, a retired farmer, had
been a resident of Galeville
for the past 2 years.
He wa&a member of the Bap.
tis Chuith.
Amongi rv s ar six sonm,
obert R le of Galorille,
R. R. OWhd of Jackovlole,
.J. o 'Iyof Male, N. C.
T. IL Obky .of Tamp, T. E.
Oakley ol Dade City ad R. J.
Oakle) of Dade City;
daughter, Mrs. W. Towsend
of Gainville; five bretbers,
Carl Oakley, WIN Oakley, S
y Okky, PruitM Oakley ad
Clarence Dwkley, a of Sulw

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Gaineville's Achievement
-.Wbw l KlR aftJr., hdmd of the City Bam-
-ttflmd ras*Cmpa E ll Iwtm a
awr yrme Wi qapmed- at the NdiSml Ck
-a Twra AdSramt Awld Contet nMpi, inW
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: Promotion Ceremonies
Dr. H. .L Waellf diredor of tanlS and
iulltatim tt Sued Tra ing Center, g i coll-
inas insignia pinoed by Vrgil Fox, momanudut
dlithe Jacksoville US. Army Reserve SchodL Dr.
.Vkeflea was promoted to fu cotold la tI Army
"Ita ves and the ceremual wen held in the Gaine-
vile armory.


Jaycees Name UF Medic

STo Top Young Men List


7ANAMA CITY Dr. Her.
bt.E. Kaufman, ophthalomolo-
in the University of Flori-
dl3ulege of Medicine, yeser.
uas named on of Florida's
Outstanding Young Men
"-t state Juneor Chamber
d .itamerce at its annual win-
tertonference.
Dr. K uifman, 3, was recog-
ad for his pioneering a
search on virus Infections d the
@ye his accompllstments Rs a
teacher of medicine and his
hsii"p oUN h Florida

searhori Is rd with the
development of Me firt kpowa
cure for a virus infeon. His
use of te drug IDU for herpes
simplex keratitis proved effec-
tive to the treatment of a di-
em th was t reponu is for
Sper entof al rgery on
le cora of the eye.
Jazw other four winners of the
annual awards were Ralph J.
la tt, Jr. of Pana ma City,
ty member of the Flor-
L- ety of Representatives;
S. McDonald, Ban ford
hionoa and former may-
o J3. J. m w p-
d Brevard Jnir Coleg
aC Mk; adthe Rv.Dr.Co-
Baptist Curch of Toan.
cognition of his research
aeQ liMents, Dr. Kaufman
n'r-.celved the Boyleston
I i the New Elmnd Med-


KAUFMIAN

de amd O. Bet
Award frkn Med Nd Sed.
e o tme mae d lw Tort,
s report 0o t w6 lsE t
for herpes simple virls aeb -
ion was judged the best dil-
cal paper of 19m by the Amer-
ican Medical Association's sec-
tion on ophthmolgy. The
AMA listed his work among the
major mabed l a4loim S
Dr. *ai a n Mabdrh
thergauo, d te sfth
Florida Eye Bank, which he
s ietor. The eye bak las
provided the necessary ime
for Ii corneal tra lad s a
little re an a year. Dr.
Kate"" ha p-WerIe W


y, th6 Hothes Award' ofth "nal traqlM .

Dead American's Eye

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t Dr. Kamd. a aminu
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Svlmet Usna e,S eaa,
Bash .i nter au"
Mobad has Im a daes
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bmk i Eglpt Oers flm
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IMrOnt Lies


Mob vblquinto bem
Ashrmicw o ~awkaU. &
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The politl ta is Dr.
Mkian E.DorM. S 's bM ib
ampala, Ig-
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cal stnve ad ho reatma
in Gainevil. In a letter
herem do an d ford
son the in fio of r-
cent mob violence and army
"revolts" in the ntim diEast
"I mob Maems - oAt
f alad hi a :d vwi a two-
enmry tra o a aw ad or-
der, it t* l be yrpi't





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agnir lime ia' IB w
faor stUs In &k inw poWI i

naggro bac us 1&s1pwa
teand Moay dlyfu
"Twe edusated is pi't al-
wao find imitable j e lM
faramr are at ,* dercy of
voriA prices for I proce.
i' arestill
for place
0t aotrme spila 'ap.b
peard to be .bv of the
pub- good," wrote Dr. Doro.
he aid also tdi wap ge
I Iaremlownolftsmint


beeper


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bIomto hipolliclltality d
"ObhriSin te peme
OlW1 d Jilbb kbp w w *
Bcar he b ID ibing a
sWerim laitL. But t fa
that Bripl too s not as
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who mrpesd* rm Muvi
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Sthe fame Dr. Doe nit
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It's Sass if there was a

A M qnely beings
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Ksy, -aM t ad Ulm
da w Cordinated or whoU"r
oe Mturorce merey led to

AU the disturbaru ocrred
ad were queled with 6e
sp of a few days.
TeuP rmainsm however.


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The a reMs prUised hfo _

MoLodge to Honor

Newnc itJudgeAdkins


Newly appom are ailt
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wammadamd NmALodae
inUSms m a ft b be
eoffidablm ag aM d yotpi-
day.
I's kb mill oM d hiM m.
vie to th cmmmy ad to
the g, thy aill.
7te I"p wA be the "Judp I
JiuBy ANN. Cas."
Ammmudmot S the an
came from IMe Govewor 1o-
well ock us miabemIt p
chairman Dettoa P. WibMon d
Galesim 1 l t
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KiflBaby i
WithPepper
CLEVELAND (AP) Mrs.
Bever y Aldki. Nb face a ws-


Another question, probably of s 1-to. year prison sen-.
equl Importance, is whether tnce as a result of the pepper
the East African riots ehad uay pnanent death her fnear-
direct cannemmctin to the coup de' ol dau Kiberly.
etat in anbar.,
Te Zazibar coup -aippene s. A is admitted from
ely days before the troum e the wim stand that she
broke out East Afr poud cotets of a pepper
Zamibar is an and just saker nto K berly's mouth
off the coat of ast Afrim ald She ws qu el d A firse-
its w gmernment is widlb y gree mr Friday by a
believed to be Communist L e Cam ne Pls Court jury.


active member of the Mooe
Lodge in Gainesville for many
years and has rendered muw
valuable services to the lodge,"
Mock said when he announced
the eam.
e initiation ceremonies w
be March 31.
Adkim recently was -amd
by Gov. Farreis Bryant to fi a
newly-created circuit judgeship

He's a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, once served as
law clerk for the Florida Su.-
preme Court and served as as-
sitant attorney genM l of Flo-
ridas in the statutory revision de-
partment.
He's bee atant state at-
torny here and judge of the
Court of Record.
Untf his appointed to the
Circuit Court beach, be main.
tanlaed a private law practice.
He was best known as a criml-
na defense attorney.
For more than years he's
been active in civic and
affair to the Alachua County
are Currently, hs activities
include serving as president of
ACTION, the Alade County
Taxpayers Association.


'oviMeEnds Meet on Farm Crisis


MocoW (AP)T le Soviet Ing rS ws atim
UCounst party Cs Cseow- WaNs st ts beo
miee voted tAM .: inrb. *
read empbis a agriaol- Then graviNy of the Sot Un-
ral producto a "a hb atep iW's fam crisis appeared a-
forwad it b ighe material dWrord by the amno
ad ucawed ba1mGid *1 I


mwom 1L
AppMroved mini n
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leaders to spod about 4 bi-
ion r s- cousdeed here
the equivalent S abut SMS
bill over the nd seven
years so POe t ake lb Sd

lae dedicm w doe a
Nudsli swide cair -ima
e agicUlknral M which
PrNeAir hrushv 1be1e1
can b sohe by h e I&
greased 4asm fA lis Ind
frrlga
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cg Cmmmns pa"t Cotdr
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wur 4 W ttam ,hIpIS
iof lIys oi scIaq.
thes eegey measures to py
for bigger Me pits
bThe new re to develop the
ferfler-pAincing chemical in-
dhstry wilBB expensive, but
Mihtdeyedd that So
vlel1tiui~wcnapf.rditde-'
6ih a Wen -**
say-


itSa p ew PC" oer. b i to de aid Kimia
es. phint prospects to pon- 56rpa


der a ety epered to return
to h vIOfUtUs weekend.
Oe was Aiult e Mi r
Ivan Volovchekm's proposal to
olda legally rspotle
fo Imbuing moanud.
He WMla thl modh of the
"vil* laUk" flk l.b or-
dea pioaed pIn athe Iakb-
stai Republic in the last eight
years a n etaed by wind
'Sm-o


Exlaive tracts of farmlands
tI wed t ad the
lmUkraine abm to havem
U to uped S.n KsMhew
swit NM ngiswIg


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Big Job
The view from the fourth floor of the new federal
building Friday included a giant 185-foot crane that
was hoping cross-beam supports for the roof of the
new courtroom. The crane was operated by the Blair
Construction Co. of Jacksonville. (Photo by Jesse
Markhm)


Florida Vote in


Congress
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WASHINGTON (AP)- How theater admissions. Against:
Florida members of Congress Holland, Smathers.
ware recorded as voting on re- On passage, 77-21, of tax re-
eft rol calls: 'duction bil 1. For: Holland,
- rSmapters.


i House:


Ot Williams, -Del. amend-i On passage, 290-130, of cil
mat, rejected 3341, to reduce rights bill. For pencr.
the 27% per cent tax depletion Against: Bennit, Cramer, Fas-
allowance for oil and gas pro- cell, Fuqua, (ihhons. ;urneyv,
ducers to X per cent in three Haley, llerlong, Matthews, Rog.
years. Against: Holland and ers, Sikes.
fathers. ___
On Javits, R-N.Y., amend- North Viet Nam and South
meant, rejected 3& to repeal[Viet Nam each is roughly the
0 per cent excise tax on liveisize of the state of Georgia.











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AMhe edifti p Ism ti the Atlantic Ct ConfereCce
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aid: "WeOe git e wims
wihro o mrday b play-tlie
backer flel PraeL He's
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our behfacker mt wamt."
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day.


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MANILA (AP)-Calu Orti was h lth against 'vie- from Haold Gomes in l
SNew York rtad world trs and two draws. oth men seemed to be sow.
gtweight chadmi.dpinh Sabr- inei dwn as t fight wore oi
iyS Semal a1 draondal- newl -,M W afteJr a fast starL But as p
Ial khaouat hrt f1ri d match ad orm e W dietd. the New Yorker's body-
ana. puft took a steady tU a
Referee Jae Wi of lIt was third time tat the
feles rai dOrtW' ad i Filipn o ha tried for a wrU Erde was letting Orth Jb
ktory at 1:44 ai the 14 oi tie. H bit o a tech l with .his le while trying to
after the Puerto Ric a boan bockout tolfeatrweigUt heli wit h i own t ho
champion had battered aorde pmn Sa Saddler inm t i U t a the in-fghting the cham-
with several hard Wlefts and won te junior lightweight title pion was the bas.


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There were no knockdown.
Each ma weighed ponds,
the aghtwtiyh limit.
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Parker Eyes
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NY JACK HRRIS


Mlrri Paror, mther young but determined indivldua in,
Op bowlh e a W eome a long ways in his three years of
Par started bowling because of the _pare time that he
bad a uhade av.We -
is ft. year d wf ad dRedSW led de Frieday Night
cmAied o a IU, hi proul eb.d laue with a 556 mon
average. gu of 181 -16I. Harvey
UnI o MaryI Lee's auty
Pmiker hase m tryi hrd slo bowd wth a 5. Tony
to eak the coMed l II series. ja hd hi game of 3 Elea-
His dOeist diot has be M. Or Todr of Team No. 4 pae-
0a bhok In ils me, wMt cf ed the wan with a 47 on
he roBd t0 pestwkhi gt$Ons of @1135.41, her 1il
Bmeiser Cle, was a i W1 l bedt pme.
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a meabilcal troubs In
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IN pa A pir houw for a lap msu a


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En GTdrh Ma f O' ilmh a hS ramiEb8 di aZ"b "It pt a tl s lomely ed
Yims lt St. T W toow tit t rd rm d eol e the ft" i N si a *At t and b l ftu tu o Jkaed f
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at id a. dNEW YEw TIMU MART AY .4
hedgUe^ff-i'L de, ---' I|pUsetoHl hlelpPatrons STYLES AND SIZES?
im HGi l Nao an To it everyone m your
pat t25 bI. 123.! 127.12 1277S q 15 a nm if Ibed Crom dists wrts fo office.
marialst a eaw.Stekii,,5 7 774 ,m ,m 'U ,b boru--".,ntt, t
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u, Uwe a whue I e bIoo a& AErs nU Uay l 1 l and b m- -"bdOW ft' sa bbmd
a...*rhi m.. ..a'. ." -.. by Pht a.^. ,' Senate Hopeftd
0 1a1 "bL t.ns. r .ft o a ," I"I --0.B (,P) -- -. U CES?

heNpil bdoig U.d L NOR M pq kintdym"dbS M AIm seitofRirlam BellB W ERE?
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Iaw wnat kalaa h.MiVfgPw fa Ifl t3af a o agi.ngecams riqMwl muoO sal owmce

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bp a l o Pd aW f o feU11t qtrt1 S BW I iT h de hab obe& o bek his ._pric o p .Membersd ftaadseoy
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S* M"Pabbues ad a stabd emWts
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t def, iaUonm and recreation.
Yeooa t, cods were able to attain admiration from
4 t be by knitting a pair of Argyle socks. Today, co-eds
*-4 Uhetbig bulky sweaters have replaced the pair of socks.

s4 gr wamonrthe collegiate set are sweaters knitted
mi v and fleecy'wools in muted colors of cranberry,
]b '1anmd blue.
Decortive and varied knitted bags seen about the cam-
al tell that knitting is the current fad of women students
at fth University of Florida.


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Yeaa. co-eds were able to attain admiration from
iknmidting a pair of Argyle socks. Today, co-eds
i b4W ky swoo have replaced the pair of socks.
the- ai collegiate set are sweaters knitted
flhecy'wools in muted colors of cranberry,
endmi d blue.
'-Bint andvaried knitted bogs sen about the coam-
pB oll that knit'Ag Is the cunvnt fad of women students
at te Universiy of Florid.
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2 IUC, both Chi Otam, fd it% at ltposiM to kw ap
while theyknLt.


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porta kaliti % Noi Bakr, 4 3D, is frm Coliumbu, Oht,
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Orchid Exhibit PlannedI
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bwr 0hftel rmo wudth h5sw be ae
wB ta ptwe M b Guru- ounced, Bill Parr ish, pm
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Calendar

Of Events
uNET, rFemy 1
Ud WSVeoen' CS,
u e Dy.MucaJ Tee, to 4
Wp, or 4 to I pa, IMir J.
WIgU !et homi 1tt1 Pro-
Gaaele Nmmea Club,
T. pa., Beerls ClTr.
t. Jlb' Cr St Pat-
triwcr Car, 18: pa Mrs.
ard Wb.a e, mIW Ord r-
meL
Wooi thd IdoN I pja,
Vrke Chapman Ctrce
Wesley Catmily Caurch,
8 paL., M. R.N. Wdaler, M
a i k TamaIS.
T:I p., dM lortaw
eauky WSC t W eNs try
Him Ta rcle, Wades
Coanvw M0110" anrch,
I p.a, Mr. K Hatieottns
1 NE Ia Terrace.
PGQheme 7:3Aub, 1:m

1iM Kappa Abnse Cov.
wrend- Supperaffd eifngt
:3 pa., Ms Fred Coe, 04i
Boul"Ird
St Am's arcle of St Pit-
rick's Clirch, 1:3 p.m., Mrs.
E. W. Jacuski, 21 SW 3rd
Place.
P. K. Yoae PTA, 8 p.m.,
School Urary.
Gainesmile Loness Club, 8
p.m., Mrs. Edgar Gregory, 1MS
NE 1st Avenue.
iat Luther Church, Ra-
chel Circle, I p.m., Mrs. James
Stalnian, 517 NW to Drive.
Tuesday Evening Supper
Club, 6 p.m., 140 West Unier.
alty Avenue.
WEDNESDAY, February
Gainesville Junior Woma's
Club and Gainesville Womaa's
C0b, tei honors city teach
enr, 3:304:3 p.m., clubouse,
West University Avenue.
Gaesille Bride Club, 7:3
pa., Hoby IBL
G*Me* Roan SoWr, I
pj.. CY Utility Oprttust
University Womea's Cub,
Choral Group. 11 am., Club.
houte.
Democratic Women'sC a ub.
Board Mtie Mrs. Stephen
S. CuMy, NWi tames.
S. JM1' a d OIL S
mric pa s hb.
ert aft W 0 h NW Aws
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Ammncemmt of the Te. Best Drmel Wema In
Gaiemdle, heu- by a pedal committee of Jidu
ftr the Buslm am PfImin Weem Cahb,
1 "" el thoe a.stM
mS1 bMUMSt thdd O i
ThM caM aw e plt abr ona the stae of
the MS l taW. w the w ait
lI VtUHas f th B ert," ttph They an,
Mg to right, n mLar famok MWL Jame 3L


Brides' Book
SY, tnmrym ll ftlp ofM Jack.
Ier we t sI eee y i19:s Ba. to 11:3
sreeisM blrtlfr. d M. pa, Mr trLI. M & nad
?.C NiWeslstofaIpaL, W. MawnlikAbutyMS tde
ld MW P. Mlwy, fIboWSc4 .M mwV tM
Gafmas Wn s'a ChA WoS Torme.
tUhvr* A UMves,.retry 3
OMa .wslig himry M ncNS h for
irsepl burnig Mr. mtd MIts i Nao q ep brhiet2w
0 fM. i r. d Wm, a Gm% Woiq d Caeint-
bltoIpA tMtemhadtlWr, I p.i, Ms. LAcy De
ir, Mrs. Nora G.. YMm. Hh I Cos Jr.t, M.
ews d Wlis. Calre Skith Jr, H2lide6


UMlY, b ,i s
Luaches for Mss Naey
Cde., MS dwet o, G.ad
wat of Ceourwter, 1 pa.,
Mrs. WilUbr Wood d Abdl.


ma
fIDAYFvamry U
Rhemrsal dinner Caltrim.
Wotes adding pAty, I pa.,
Mr. ad Mr. W. Cde r.
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CIayIe Mr. V.. MeCMy Jr., Mrs. Uwim Peek,
Min e Ne Lme, Mr. Staldey Car, M. AIlm T.
DeLasy, Mr. Wies W. Little and Mn. &. Ck
Butle, Mr J. WaysM idt, wk asdu wu sdeet
wu Mbe to be prest.
bIn mk th nsm etlo, th to wee cheonm for
the alaprtmem teofr eMstlel for tInfernl
or f we aru al for the tyles ad eard bet
sited to thefr dMIdul figm.

Anne Purin mad her fmce ie Calls, dugter of Mr. ad
BOllWe NagtNimi"it d Jack. Mrs. Roay DeWitt of Losm ,
smvik d. i M hn..k to Gcan Ja. Woltas, CaM.
Mes, 1111 NW nd S6. water, 4 pa., L. AUit
Wfteddg of ME y h- l ap.CI




In this space will appear from time to time
something concerning books. We hope you
will take the time to read it and on our
part promise not to bore you.
S ONLY APATHY (or a reduced advertising
Budget) will cause its demise inasmuch as
Sthe worst sin toward books is not to hate
them but to be indifferent to them".*
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sleBiSl "Maos Oul" nyton Im cups with
aolt Iwr lining of Dcro polyeter fluff
5* enhance your crves. In bfshonbe
colors. le 1935. AIC3 .I, 5.00.


because you like to look pretty...

ad becomuse your job calls for professional white ...
DUTI.PAS by Natural Uridge. So fashion right. .. so
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Orchid Exhibit Planned
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Wi take pl Mt s e Guran.m ouced, Bill Pa r r ish, pre*
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Calendar

Of Events
MUT onM.y 1f
iMwUa* Women's S,
OKDsyMa~Iie let. o4

O wn ps., el 3a t bo.
W 's4 to s p8a., pM. J.

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GVaMi e NChapnesn Caieb,


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Wes ley Commu niby Wik sy
III M NtrTaWM
rM's Church, I: g pG., Mn
M:pJald fd fthr

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peral-D i Supper.onda&





rick's Church, pa.m., M .
E. W. JSskin 5 21? N SW 3rd
Platy ue.
P. L YWPAT, FeI5 pBI
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NE s UnlAvene A.
First LtherwaChurchRa-
celod Curcde, ., Mrs. James
a.a.. $1, t W ah Dre.
PT. K ay veAnig Supper
Club, I p.m., 141Wad thir-
sEity A Womens
Gainesvmoc Junior W's ub.
Cub and Galtwlle WomP's
c ab, te a a, coiy i b
ers, 3:36p:3 pAB., clubhob=,
West Untversity ASivAe.
GaiUesvie Bridge Cub, 7:0
GalkM ioe Ron ft, I
pA, ty ily OpinMl
COwer.
University W e0aa'sclu
Chord Group, t a. m, Cl a b-
bouse.
Dunocratic Weomen's ub.
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Amnumct of the Tm BeS Dred Weem i
Galile, chm by a special committee of judig
fr the Bub= Pafm- S IhWMl Wm's .
wa mi Tesey wmn during tg taunts'
es eolnfit AllU shdrw. '
Iham dm are pisnd above the stage of
the ai RaitU Cmaer, whrm the hevr eit,
14 lkdaing (m thearkt" H P leM. They am,
kh to risK i.. ... L Cwm. ..m. J-.t I


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IBM wft N -nimay
reiptm hbomr Jr.t M.
F. C. ln M, Ia pMr.
d eMs. W.P. Impwy,
Galmli Womrnf u, Waet
UIveaiW Avum.

moloptia learigfi Mr. Od LMI.
a M. K flh r. d WaMtI, I
SI pa. at thi N bmf d
de Mrs. Nomm G..YaI
ae Wlhbwa.
R=AYT, Fieary
Luetheom for MNio Nay
B, bride ldat GM
a Sfa OMerw, I aL,
Mus. Wbr Wood o AWlIes.
UNIM)AY, FebrMy
CAN.. CalDw. *EI
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Wn. bi & stalNy dhe
fbue's kmn .Mw N t

3UMDAT, Firm1y a
rMkeWt' ib*Am for
MN plaon Cite, brMedect
f GeraM WOWi If watml.
or, 1,pa., Mrs. Lacy Dia,
Mrs fuOgh k. Cbo k., Mrs.
o Jr. loldy

RIDAY, ryF l 1
mal rsl doefr for C di
wei wwn prty, pa.,
Mr. Md Mrs. C. L iat.

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clayis, r. V. q. Mcoy MrI. iwis fuPck
Mile l NOa Love, Mr. Stauley CarN, Mrs. Aim T.
DeLmmy, J. Wiste W. Little al Mrs. Ctrk
Butlr, Ms. J. WaynM Dets, who ae w u isted,
wu itme to he pemt.
In uMe theo ctles, the t were chm for
the appepril of their Asmal for ifo mal
or for war and for the styles ad cs bmut
suited to ther badwl firm

Anne Purv 1d her fhatce, r Ced Mr, p t Mr. a
BDlie momtNimafcht lJack.MK Boy DeWitt od Lsne,
onvie, M. Ead Mnr .hak to G=MH Jam Wit, Chr.
Miles, mi NW Und wtwat ea, 4 pW, IL Amt
Weddwgt of W E a t L M .am ,


In this space will appear from time to time
something concerning books. We hope you
will take the time to read it and on our
port promise not to bore you.
ONLY APATHY (or a reduced advertising
budget) will cause its demise Inasmuch as
the "worst sin toward books is not to hate
them but to be indifferent to them".'
*paraphrased from
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the Holy fily Ep Ipal
a chLa b donof o t he
bIa. falim a d. delo
ken" of t ML


Rev. Rub C. Ps@
offise d Rd D
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Givibt nio.


NbNcayne miB


w. the ride inn m "S S
1 ti., dii 1 ha a
Ilty, petf ten1 a coul
ad a bmopqe d we IiUlW
rnMi and fi'ni y.
Mbe PinSa Mae Spahe,
rwu thse WWi.'inly Sk awte
d IlDWer Gi bn-
d the Ido
bet maL.


,A 'r. Areupdmntheolsal
Na bo 41 *5thdii fd i i*Aii

Iy Te hoie to th a


mBi bu-b wat wit


West-Doughtie


Mr. and Mrs. Staley L WestCocknei She w paatd
aONune the &*a a"d i'Geb&lNoSI a
approaching spage amer d aniso w-i. Mas
daughter, Miss Courtey Wa- she a Chi fM. She ti
w West, to Nath CuOpper ow aUdi tho Uiwity d


Douwghe, am o Mr. ad Mrs.
Jerry V. DoughtIe o AtSie
Bec lia.
The wdditA l be lis.
aobed tIn te H Trily Ep* .
copl Carch Apri 5.
The bide tote. the ma.
ternal grandIter Sa te
Judge Iand M ort Sprai


Tn bridegmem- st M
grated froa hahi Uni-
venity, where i received a
couuilo in the.U. Marlin
Carps. He iso w atsuf the
Cofaee Lawat the unerity
of rw. HU frter y me P
tIaqpsS


Wells-Cox


SALT SPRGS M. W. Marion ih School.
M. Buord d Salt SpriSe am- Mr. atSeded mch l at
ounce the iUgamisent of her Cort S:Cy and M a
ward, Mus Clia Ky lsby a bDt g autrk
iMr. aI La. F Ha Cax li .
MiW VWeb am-d North noeo

Jemigan-Long
Mr. a Mrs. Oat D. Jwr ,- d taG t. f t ,
atof Ga bweeamAmbvrdothefft t
i d0 i a iam r d l s
the 5ggind ef *r dSig". eta Yn*ol h Mbp
ter, Na NMy Dime Jei fI t e*ie eiwi *l
m WD* bet IN&W l tims to.is AW FLe ,a.
o fNsW. G. Dild of Am ad s pmUsbtIy arvi .b
vft Pa., ad the late Dmis the US Nay stl"od abad
Lug lag toUwamQC.LOaw, us
te ir- elect tk hes elal .


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a irmns nfor q a ll ina
Inbn4wri f myt ea. t
M=by Ms-. Ci .rJ


Hol-k G"


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MrW.ad Srs. eaod Rm74 toad 3M Hoether


Gram amnoums the f auri
'of tb daNiotr Ni Rbse-e
et Am Gra bto Aftn Dow-
g A Jr. rofSMr. a ld
M. A. D. Hol of Vatta,
Ga.
The cerummony, wMchw per-
frmed by the Rev. Otrles
COlbreth, took place on Janu-
ary at the First Medhodist
COurch in Folkaton, Ga.
The couple was attended by
Mi Carolyn rndt of Atbln


home-Yarbrough
Mr. and Mrs. LAr A h Mien hMas is e mpy by
u Sr., o GaiDwdle a Soem Fan Bumi
the aamt t e duh*. Yartouh I*s employed
ter, M L. ho fto bi y the Almhuds Catmy riffs
JotAIy L. Yl* d OMe.
Mr. a I. E L rt h Wedlig pis will be an.
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rRUMOR
AUW8RRTWU E


The brMigr t th ain .
tr of Rev. ad Mrs. W. H.
Grnm of laier, ad Mrs.
C. A. Rchdis of Tmewdl,

The briegrosom t te mater.
al grad of MAn. K. Grin.
r of Cro City and e late
Mr. Grier.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt both at.
tended the Univearsity of FloriI
da, where the latter was a
m ber od Alp T m Omep
fraternity. MrU. t to n -
ly attending Joaes mBuiean Col-
lege, Jackom ile.


Wide Vriety of Colos,
Fabrics Found at Singer



l b a i him.
.- 6 di ze.am hfiefli
AI -:" .o ii qq.La
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Us.ntao fIr Caody Strip*
XIM Ailnry wi tae
-i -, ly U,

Mlnl As lb Sh CSaw.
k p s to fk r NO

imal amr d iIr tcse nbs
wI to atriblte M the
I& wlatr miae.
Tm appbi me t dbe
yenr uda eedir aad siNm
be eterfitthe l, lithor lh
pades cand fatl
Febiry i be the oly
day appakio w i be accept
Id for next aommer. Anyone
aosteru. d who Itds it impo*
bl to t this metig
oM eoact Mn. D. V. EN.
man or Mrs. 0. F. Agea on or
before the rgistratiom date.
Cldy 8Sripe gin vomat
duti M the Techina Hostl
alftr s"bchool dnsed i%
June. ad work trouth e
manner Dtl school opeos.


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counllyagedipeopl lelsai ae nfaB

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carefree ond gay as a beautiful sunny day in California. You
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Hert Fund D Planned


Smiths To Be Honored Todaye, Nom. Ya n y.t.<^
WUiUlON Mr. m Mnrs. The taI ie hute midd The reception will be
O.M.fith 'r.dWliMmwiwabUl county al ther at the home of their a
be h red tfy dri a re M. Wre miled Febury 1?, All friends and rela nt
pl esran thek lie Ste M fo rt children: the couple are invited to ai
IehmwiSyah y. bwm geIM, MmA D., Orian M., from 3 to 5 p.m.


Preparati for the I4 Heart Fund Drive were made last week wa the
.chOd umm, Mrs. Harry Powell left, and Mrs. Jams E. Cayta right, met
with amu captai for hat inte lta mctiL. Mrs. Willm N. Bem Jr,
eater, Is e- ef the aptain wh whill l it with the derte.deer empu"ag
Thrady thrugm h Tuesday i Galmevire. The trim was picture duig a coffee
rive for the vwlutor werkera at the hem of Mrs. PoweL


As a orty to MlasNancy le bride elect was pre-
Cel oovhwe marriage to Ger-s eed a glft of silver and actor.
ald W s of tdeowar wll be e ofweeheart ro by the
n emv of Satd at 4 p.m. i bostue.
the SL Aawte ChaMpel, a
lucheons wuas im yeste y. Gusts wee the ho e her
mother, Mrs. L D. Ce.m; Mrs.
Hostea for the re .upal W. Odlon Jr., Mrs. Jack
rty W Mrs. Carolya Cell Rutledge, Mrs. F. W. Palmer,
who al I at tim Holiday Mrs. Karl Owes, Mrs. L. H
I- Thlnpen, Ms. Ralph Cellon
Four ;rystIal candlsticsJr., Mrs. C. M. Smith Jr., Mrs.
holding,pink tapers a a ar- Gerald McElroy, Mrs. Hugh
rangmet of pk sweetheart Colson, Mrs. Noel Megabee,
r formed the center ce Mrs. George Frankli, Mrs. W.
the lnemo table. E. Ceoa, Mr. Lindley Cello,
-- Mrs. S. D. Ce on, Mrs. Mande
CeD and mil Karen Owes.


presents . S


Names 1964


Ha WaE. Patrare
hl char of rraglemets for slandla!S arj!!iii dr sc
6Be l, ow tarb. ( e K wW lm k w M WING MACHINE COM iAY
"---Wa for the dbner 216 W. University Aw. FR 6-631(
. or Mm. tt GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Pafrick by Tuesky. SATue.Ad aneur ce.

QUA IY w 'r poudo0 a .M Fels


Officers


ACT 1

AVOID RIDICULES OFFERS!
Something for nothing? Of cae not. Today labor
cots are high! We at GILERG'S hve trimmed
our costs of operating to a low ebb ... and yet,
we can't gi fee Idr. Avod, ridiculm claims
and smea "total price" that you knMw.


ACT


IT YOUR DOLLARS WORTH


When you puch draperies then are 2 things to
khp in mind. (1). Total cot (2). Guaranteed ti.
faction. We at Gilbe have been decorating
home thmouN Florida for wer 21 yewr. WIhout
"Satisfaction Guarante we could not main
in buinm.


ACT 3


TRUST LBERG'S


SNew kers of Court 3,
Woo=e of the Wo rld, have
ben anomed for M4.
he new sdate of dicers in-
cldes: Mr. Oar eruse,
Lady Ia-Wailting; Mrsn. Dode
Be, Stewarde; Nhs Becky
Bamd Dr Captain, Mrs. P.
. HWrdo, Bmpn; Mrs. C.
A. Mrtin, Seetar; Mrs. Me.
Haod Wilson, Cout, Mrs.
Daerth WhitMburi, Hosts,
and Mrs. Sue Hughett, ecr-.
tary.
Court meets on the econd
Mlooiy of ech math at Mac's
Rlaurt AND woen whose
hoI"dm are embers of Wood-
MN of te World are Invited.
For Ice Cream
Need a sauce for ice cream?
Heat maple syp ad ad but-
tar wemd coanrely oken
nup at mom hmpstwe aad
wa slk Or we t o*e sy-
vp am WOMW&

HOW MUCH DOB
IT COST TO
FURNISH A HOMIfD
A tudyr wa


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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
BACK.


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OR YOUR MONEY


ALL SEWING NOTIONS


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VALUES TO 5t YD.
Non-Woen Interfacing
e Soid Pmoes
PriAld PWeroleI
ULheoeed Muslin


57~Y.L


VAUM T $1.19 YD
f*U* kwgCm


20% OFF


37 .
VALUES TO 79 c YD.
SOui Flannelm Prints
SFine lity Prints
* Sportswear Cottons
* 45" Solid Broodloths


67Y.
VALUES TO $129 YD.
Wnmeuto Pima Solids
*45" Soeiuckers

Ael Creps

m Sp^ck!
VAmt TO s5a .


All Sizes and Colon in Zip-
pers. Many Other Items.


47YD.

VALUES TO $1.00 YD.
D*r-Dry Cotton Prints
SComnd Ph.se Prints
45" Checked Gwnghoms
45" Suitings


77YD.

VALUES TO $1.49 YD.
65% Doc/Cotton Poplins
Peou de Sowe
Armel/Coaon Novelties
Snd C lpe Prints


97 .
VALUES TO $1.91 YD.
Wo Skirt Lagnts
Jocquoard Taffeta
*100% Docrn Cepe
54" Cotton Suiting-
with zipper
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Pom:iA 6iQ Observed By County Clbs
*-K #-*r '. tam C .W


SM kMlsi een-Md Ch km tl,,
& dmMd W P. L TYg Pa.MNMIS.
Clueb, h lamec Gmna iital fr a few hnm
*f wlSir Wa rwk.
Pvae4bs fDay was an with adbha Catiy a a
Tled ysrak by Wa doue tPe i e bar em a
m"il owe raw Wole ba
Alacu 0 Pw&*fr ve Ndr we i m a

Membhus from G(abmyllead U*SS by the Na&m Le&ti
the nmnf am tdW the PI NOfmhg.


AbdmiMfal W ad
Su d q Center.
Fomwie touMrs, th we ue
entertained by the Ala a
County Medical Ahary at a
luncheon give at te b e of
Mrs. Crboa Van Amam in
Micanopy.
Para-Medical Cb me e high
hool 0 erest group opqu ed
to acqualit sidlents with the
various th and medical
field in which they a serve.
The clubs inform students of n
educational re piumeis to
enter such fi ini ad in the
rec uitmet students.
Clubs are nspmaed by tIhe
Woman's Auxilari of the
County Medical Societies. There
are four clubs orgained i
Alachua County with Ill stu-
dent members.
Para-Medical ednl were fired
organized in Florida init4"


Though hospa"h volunteers
services, boys ad b leanm
to perform ami-prelinalb
At thbegdn f t sduol
year, asndem gies a ix
to.diht week i Iea train-
igr by W. s Va Aruam
andlr Edward Iryses. Tis
year, q wwe assisted by
Min Mry Jane MNitry, a
Pubthe fleth NrLe.
After c apwlet -is course
satisfactrilb, aeuet members
thi work h te hospital under.
supervina. hWy cheage beds,
feed patieals, rn erramds, and
mmvist ros.
Girls wear a green and w tei
pinafore ever a whie taeorl
blouse, sad boys wear all white
lniforms.I
Zack club is erp mel as a
separate suit ao hg~ m al work
topther In hospital service.


Physical Fitness Coui'se

Set 'For Women Only'
A Pysal Fins CUne ns, wil include warm-up x-
"for wom any" wI b d- cisae, aami g eati
feared by the Cly R ta n ienld y Ie.
Department beginning irnday
at the Recetion Center. rNim wil beSemited to
The cfa w Hllbe beM eIh Ahm 3' f Min
Tumnday emin fra 7:31k to a w-a b a to n
8:X for a purid ofdsix weksMth eReriai Depariment
This cari, which will foDow b "Wa
the general hotline of the p. Mua gs be codted by
gram pnared by the Pr rSf. CMatu Kaedl, Wem's
dent's Oedl on Physicd l. Dtdar f Be departet.


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GH5 Teachr Is fIore


Ah. G fevlle> Seool
be*ly sI Itr, to the ad,

low -
Boards hal tlp enam
SMrs. who teaches cro-.
try ard advanced b gy at
GHS, wffl a4rve wph the w.
ing members of a nationl om-
itee lappoited by the pre
dent of thW Collep Entrance
Examinatid Board:
Pat. John S.. KarMI Pr-
doe Uiversy, chim ; Prof.
Edward Herbert. Mamac-
LtI is ititute of Techaod
gC; Pro ?ibonIN. Semart,
Ufnisity of Blios and W-
liam A. Sweeney, the Choate
School, Walingford, Coon.
lTis committee is risp
ble for prefurabt of el mi.
nations, ourse- de- rip, i
and prb 'isa ft JuMeI
Cooference.,Mem *a w l srveI
for the teraof office ram Miy
1, Iu to aprl 3. r I .M


Ihe board offers eOi
tions in i1 diftfet edomet
arem. For dach subject, a -
mitee is chosen to ihade timse
coage professor, one high
school teacher and one teacher
frma private W. in the
Ola- **1
%th e StiW -o
Ms. Ash, who is ng her
th& year hs State UBkdor of
the Plrida Ahnior Aaimy of
Schade is meuberf the exm


MRS. IUISE ASH


ecutive committee the fIlrt
da Associasm i f dSe e
Utachers.
Sne ha, been 'ae tli
Sde me Pairs tlharlt br
ste ads m shad. m i d
fal the National Se te r
In Seated.
The GHS teacher is a gradb
ate of Wilson College, a ,
bug, Pa., a altded


Mocha Filling
Sfwo a taUeepa d al

hb been whipped and us as a
cake filling. If you a this co-
fee flavored cramn with cho-
Cla laye, caI the m i
Mocha Cream Cake!


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the ad the University of



B rore ft in
1M7. MK Ah= wMqiployed
i the Kra of alodem-
wUry of am G ig Wmhlbgto
Upiveraity Albld hdidne in
WashishgaBiRC., the Re-
arch Department of the West
Virgiia Pulp ad Paper Co.,
Lke, Md., and the Department
E Meteorology of Iowa State
Ole e in Amd .
She taught science at lBuch.
iraid m t r CBGHSfae.
fay or five yen Us fear,
dar ll of Siam aretak.
e advale wet ol order to
ie t AdMyanced Placemient
rt a biology this May.
Mr. Ash is the wife of Dr.
Wfrd 0. Ash, pofieor f sta.
bll at the University of Flor.
MR.


wood Mi td with in 182
...ld h md toWarn.
teled Colony m bedomdb anue.
cellent ample of Heywood value.


Jt mbd rock, carully M nmd,
mathen Maple hardwood. Th
trimi and mouldinp are a
tbmticad the right hardware is
Straditiol. Note how th
umlptwnd Oge b is ema*
eamnd to the sideL.The is x
q t on demrn y a rna l
,.. on every plane and angle.


And study the value in these specifications
A drawer double dreer that is a full 52" wide; a e 2*' 1'" 9",
and 45" high; and a generous mirror 41" x 33".


This excellent furniture is also shown on our sales floor in
dining room correlated pieces.


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Dr. o" bad remoeD the
irt f dhs wommd. But, rs
"!hKt he had rem ad
ipg eat 34
sie Im o f doge.
M eTinR ld ipediabe talmd
Isto pyiyclaitricanilnb, ml
a gift far being able to com
maicate with anyone was later
to make him the most fams
baby doctor in the United
Tse a ti mes hM-.
ties lf Dr. 8peck fleu
m..d u.M a i s ad
prN7 ey m a lite h
The former is of a IM,
. yink of rob.
a pI good look and Ira*H y
Shir cut abort His fe is iwr
SMt. His voice, deep and a .
*t, roos quickly to a
* aw. He has a '
ra* mari meanr aw d Mhs
oerIe s gs thu e feeling of
wl, po w, lMilty a- a
hl alert in yon," a
r M mhUlen latd.
PDr. Spock, who hu o .ad
aht lntert in tearal polsh,
Mfd for the md i.met'
a*dcam bil WeMedy be-
t e a houm coemties.
Shes other maifeatom o
SpWe ii mnortakd Wi^h,
mM and 0Piae bo".
ttis the book whose ttle
"aby and ChOd Car," has
*w I erwoaied by paab,
who cal It simply, "Dr. Speck."
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V OW m is rU.ia m so Par* ions a n g sh e to
nowt- fWiat bowd S piwe .
visible g mof inilges a ger e&ao f .
Sel to leap frn g abto aerd o
mat preo At ight, be"se husbed,
"Jac--.," they b tA her cunnily adrived up,
, wavtheir arma wk Cpt coire, f tend by a
trm Oak fervor. sin, pmIW. c ad
By the tim the Pruiadil witchrkm yislls h
cavalcade, wit ih isirt- Inr bIe elog i as'"us
mtd cavalry e scort had ct gave er the af yon
ted into the cobbled comr -O
yard dt the Qual d'Orn, del oUk Io0 wOnderftl-
*Jackwa" uW the ag h dly rioh aillish0 16
Paris. And so mich a that be 0ry pape1, siah
day law, at aeMrnn 1WE rt t a hit a
bioche, Presidn Kennedy oriy Gmr at dB& Gmil
me perhaps is bio atVW p Aied aen j &a&airead, but 0
iMurk aFrerchisateammbf*hi
"Let me identify aef," he rak re baspotly cap
amid r iing to oemm his T
eech. "Iam tle an wilo he broke recent by
pmied JacpelidM KMead hdeiap a p erm -
to Paris!" or, -Nt acraily, anew
Iea te. m,agh s e dtii lfr Freaoch sam
MnW dea t MstoL Kam*y j tortun wrte-b. JAW5E
ee a dectve di* This was fr tme at Jath-
mI LFor, m wnatwhe lbecomnng First Ladythat Mrs. la ofe immee I biroum,
f the A ing pY1 P1l.- Kennedy met newmwmoifringed with miant d gt
dent, was a paah m e She edt nceived furniture and wiblth bd.
S right who r .iei .d a reported in the White oD fet tables literally pynmided
diem eme bud I mey became ie blevH d with exquisite small cakes and
Ido- d mdotiing of importance to s.
:B ao r t Y.Firstin hie mu Genmal d
Mrs. Kamemdy oke to each Gaulle, then President Kene-
Sk Fra amd aed sudm dy, his wife and Me. de
ria, polls dmer as t*y Gaulle. The genera unsmiling,
Sl eha n to make. There was took each preted had with
Snone of the brash iniitiw a pace ip, a"mped its
Ti nesI d Vwoof a W hington pa" m- poaessor )to President Ken-
ON did wils u kfoiem and may America nedy. President Kennedy smil,
new -w reprter, iloWed out of cou. ed cheerfully but being a prac-
VIALCET sy bes ey we covering ticked politician, avoided chit.-
SV her trip, complained bitterly., chat and u gi towards
S his wife.
Then there were the glitter There tl lie bgge dw
ing evenings badly. Everyone wanted to
S'The first grand entertain- taito aid to lek -Mrs
"I. ment was a reception for sey- KeMedy. And she, uel*Ig
H. j. .A eral thousand guests at the Ely- bhrseH aMeMnuly, in"ed
PLUMING COMPANY see Palace. ad tabed back.
410 N. 1 La The receiving line stood a , ,
S4- manall snl leadinto a r- Mrs. Knnedy's presence ad
rmed what might have"
en a routine state function in-
Ito a gamor event worthy of

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quite like her. To them it was
especially piquant that anye
as lovely could also be the
wife of such an important per-
smage.
S *
Thb blowheg spring Mr.
Kenedy set out on what was
to be her sole semioffial
journey without the Presdt
She had been cow l into tek
kng wlat aie family but as-
takenly hoped might be a priv-
ate trip to India, by Kenneth
Galbraith, a Harvard professor
and friend whom the Presided
hid appointed Ambassador to
India.
But the trip ballooned into a
elaborate undertaking, with
bo& India and Pakistan vyhg
for hr presence and the Uit
ed States mbud es in each
country almost squabbling to
capture o long's share of her
Whereever she went, what-
ever e did, by day and ia
but a few private evenings, he
was closely watched by the
doughy prs.
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hand-painted, then fired in wondrous shades
of blue, and it is for this appealing color that
Delft is world reknown.
There is something
about this beautiful blue and flax that is a
natural go-together, and the hand-painted
Delft pattern had to be on the finest cotton
lawn. Cloth and clothes alike are steeped in
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idit i -t What 1D. d
MS. Robert B. Nl* e
d64g for taee m loh.
r" Ur viewlmSOlke,
wife left two weeks ap to *a-
vd the world ndsee a ge
eights ad strange place that
have become er and mu
in this Jet Age.
Sime previous trips m I
been made to ropeM dp
Continents and South AmrsI
the Mauttes win ped ot of
their time in the M ie t ad
Far East. 'iTey wll travel by
air but they have cdioIn to re-
turn to the States by -hip eme
May.
Although this is a aitn,
Bob will probably visit mmal
universities and "ta *p'.
He will be able to prove "he
wa there" by the picture he
takes. Bob, who has slides fa
previous travels, has a brand
new camera to record this
spring vacation which iclded
Lisbon, Portugal, Athens.,
gapore, Hong Ko, Istanb
and Tokyo and other intrigue
spots on the globe.
*
U.S. TRAVELER
Another "Man on the Moe"
is Dr. Freeman H. Hart
"Free," who serves a nation-
a historian for the Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity and is a for-
mer executive secretary, is on'
a Founders' Day speaking ch-I
eduie throughout the nation for
the Pikes.
This weekend he spoke to ac-
tive chapters at Mississippi
Southern and Tuiane. He wil
be flying to Texas to speak to
the University of Houston chp
ter Tuesday and go on to the
West Coast in late February.
Dr. Hart will speak to aor
than 20 chapters and aukmn
groups within the month closing
his engagements with a ad-
dress to the OklahomaCity
Alumni March 10.
Mrs. H'rt accompanied the
traveler North and will visit
with their daughter, Miss J
ne, a student at Erskine Clege,
Due West, S.C., and their son,
David, and his family in Char.
lotte, N. C.
Mrs. Osborne Williams and
her daughter, Lynn, of New
York City, have been isorti
their memories and tIIaIs of
a five month stay in Europe
and the Continent.
Lynn, who flew back to Man-
hattan Friday after a short via.
It here, planned their itinerary.
The two covered more than 15,-
0M kilometers during an over-
land trip, which included a 41.
hour sojourn in Budapest The
only snow they encountered dur.
ing the entire trip was in Buda.
pest. They spent Christmas in
LWhbon at the Rits Hotel
After a two week stay in
New York City with her ot her
daughter, Diahn, Mrs. Williamin
and Lynn drove home a brand


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Mr. ad Ms Terry Dand.oB
ar g selded l a ew
hi h lage Mrs. David-
t theformer her Peck,
domgg ofthe Ed Peals, is o-
-e mnatg ad p ilfl to
m the loely weddg giAs
they mee d last pring.
. Terry, me o the Robert F.
DNvao-s, noaw of Iaioburg.
& C., a-d former long -time
Galehuwib residets hi cm-
nected with Mass B ters
Sore LakelaMd.He ou1 pletd
hi mstM y service in Deem-
ber.
*
CRADLE ROLL
Edwin Frank Thuis is the
namo Chem by Mr. and Mrs.
Roger M. nuoms of Orand
for their son bon Thursday,
February 13.
The baby's maternal grand-
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin H.
Hadlock, are visiting their
daughter and family this week.
end. They will bring their five-
year old granddaughter, Lisa,
home with them nday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomas
of Tole are the paternal grand-
parets of Baby Thomas.
HOUSE GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. C. Russell
have had as their house guest
this past week their cousins,
Mr. and Mr. L S. Boln of
Meaigs, Ga., Mrs. R. I. DeiBark,
Tallahmae, and Mrs. Vasta
Fikng of CoUbiab, S. C.
BSPhi Chapter
Makes Plans
For Rush
Spring rush was planned at a
recent meeting of Gmma Chi
Capi. of Beta Signm Pi s-.
ority in the home of Mrs. Wi-
liam Miller. A coffee for ruhbes
was set for February 31 at the
home of Mrs. Jim Cooper, m
NW Ifth Avenue, from 10 a.m.
to Soon. .
"Let's Talk On the RadSo md
Over Televidsion" was the .sm-
dy topic presented by Mrs. Frend
Rooks.
Next meeting wil be held Feb.
ruary 5 at the houe of Mrs.
Tom Bridges, S-WV Flavet MI,
at I p.m.
Beta Sigma Phi City Council
of Orlando will spons an area
inachmeo for all members an
March 7 at the Robert Meyr
Motor Lodge, Orlands. Regi-
trauon will begin at 11:15 am.
nd anchmen wil be served at
11:15 p.m.


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New 1 f lct Ith s Ga.
*Ahee MiuBiQ wA.
Harty 1 6ichm of Wi.

Webl, y. M.. G. A.
It F. 9. Beat Jr, pules-
relation, ad WMs. Ma,
Paheblu -Kpremitve.
Plans were ade f a kFoYa
des' Day Pgram ito e held
March 14 at noon at the Delta
Gmma ap* Hoae
Delta Gamma Akie As-
sldatiwill meet the a-e.
ad Theday of each a it.
stead of the third haty.
Frothy Dessert
Youngsters usually ]o fro-
thy gelatin deserts. Make up a
package of frut flMawd d-
ti desert and cL i ni it
is partly set. T bet 4ig.
rousy un It i lght and
flfy. Te dessert may Ow be
put in a mold (o be molded
later) or in desert dishes; re-
frigerate until firm.


(ADVmETUsMCr)
YOUR RESISTANCE
AND HEALTH
All of us know people who never seem to be
sick. Other acquaintances seem to "catch" every
virus, cold or other disease that is spread
around.
Of those who never are sick we say that their
"resistance" is hNO, and that those who get sick
easily have lowered resistance.
What is resistance? Within families who live
in the same houe, eat the same foods, and ex-
pose each other to the same "oerms", why are r. F. W
some always sick and others extremty healthy?
The human, ody is wonderfully made. If all parts function normally
"resistance" to germs and disease is "built in". Since the brai and
nervous system regulate and control all bodily organs d functions,
the first step toward good health is a properly functioning nervous
system. Nerves leaving the brain pass through t pine viathe
spinal cord and branch to all parts of the body.
If spinal bones are twisted from normal positions, delicate nerve
fibers may be pinched. This blocks some of the life giving nerve force
to some part of the body. Immediately, "remstance" is lowered and
bodily defenses are weakened. Disease of numerous types con follow.
Gentle, safe chiropractic adjustments straighten twisted spinal bones.
Thus nerves are freed, and life force returned to bring normal function
and raise "resistance".
Your Chiropractor is a spine specialist, trained to locate and remove
nerve pressures. Health is the natural result, since proper nerve func-
tion means better "resistance".
If you or yours are the sickly type, consult a Chiropractor. A simple
spinal examination can determine if you are a chiropractic case.


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W CM adi le- pWl-sa s d r USmk pots. Mrs. Fred Rull and Mrs. M.
itrd 1A 7: p at. Wead h ih dofhe twelve H. DePamwerethe East-Wet
Hl 107 NW 15th Temee. Nf r outh pA abose aver- wines with 130 match points,
Webltwibifbeathpot age, Mn. Jay A. Jones, Jr. followed by E. E. Phiips and
dt Firb AD lent- ad the wrber were the lcky P. D. Goldhagen with 124%, J.
d kUi p m eya e yf1ted viwn with1W m ah plots. A. JOms, Jr. and H. 1. Per-
W pll M Nid cem- Mrs. E. C. frklmrd and Mrs. n- with 122%, and Mrs. C.
ph. L A. Garrard tok cond W. Beasley and Mrs. R. J. Wi.
ly iNtLtCAPS place withlXMrs.L H. Rob- lams with i122.
iW4 pliers puirtdp- i and Mrs. W. D. Macdonald The club will hold its next
'k latd iN plet Pne were third with 121%, and tournament at 7:30 tomorrow
d S. G.l I I M B id lb Mrs. L Gray and Mrs. L. even at the Recreation Cen.
at S liif h l WIa e- E. K ier were fourth with ter, Visiting pairs are invited.


tr* a t AEt l a at
SM a -0lsaommtr g o
lr. ad iM. J. Asmbs
= fitK giu h the North
balb dreelad woh a smre d
WAs me*nhD. ar. a. L
Jlm ad on v whrre ,
m iatpdf mla.LW.
and wm 0%. ets R. V.
Jao amd Dr. A. Ras we
th ,iwthL V
Mr. ast A Dn bMli
led tue EBaWeid pks fta
-mn d 4 matc pets se
aSd w4Mt ar Mr C LbW
qMit ad l m. Edfth a*ek
with U%, third to U .
W. Jme ,and Mr 0.T i.
maae wi th%.
At Wed HaDll m Wedniky
eveif, the average aoeo
wav u Vr Noruth-ou ad U
for E.aw. Harry C. a ewd-
m i me writer cam
hite Nortouth die.
tiotwaa sre of Mmatch
pOlW, wth Dr. C. W. Bub
ad & L Wom in asemd
pl- wMiA Mrs. m Gimve
3a ad rs. M. Kerget tied
wt W. Joe a Dr. A.
& Pau for third ad fourth with
47%.
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NetworkNewsmen Slated

AtUFBroadcastDay


Two network newscasters, a
mber of the Federal Conm-
muie.dm Commisn and a-c
uives iahlbSim radio
ad teaevml sa wll par-
tcipate b tersy of
Floaa's Bodast Day Mom-
day, Ma. ,
The day is part of the sixth
noal CnmkMcatinm Week
spoor d by tebhol Jour-
ai a I SI CM atin .
Friday, Mr. I, is Jomanum
S Day d Ta T ay wl be Ad-
wmti blic Rdaom Day.
( SpAer f Budst D
a ornMet wl be Petr
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o. AMothr Wtfalo M-
caster a newcomer to the
capital will open th Day's
actvites He is Dn Rather,
CBS White Hse ermspo'eamt
who M the network's "man
Is Dan" a e time of
Mauaaa


Fedea inu~mmnt Co*
nlt we Frederick V. Ford
w appear a pm with
two Wahington attorneys spec-
liWing dealng with the
Cmanim They are Thoumas
H. Wsl a Robert LI Hld.
Extedwes who win partic-t
pete i.& pl. "Let Me Speak
te the m= r," are Mark
Olw. Pednlmia rof WINS
New York ay; Wimt
i. uLm, vce-prdedmt adI
genera manager of SLA.TV,


eopl I
aer, WAD-TV, Atlanta; Bruce
tan eneral wan.,
WF C. Greemville. B.C., and
Wim ,McDaniel,a m .u t a
itant to I the et s ofthe
Natiume A A of BraOI

Other spea &if ddthe by
lcidk Robert Hitchens, NBC
direcdstor of sals plaNOg; Jack
Jerdein, manager o f lsa
presesation for NBC, and Paul
Taiff, program director of No.
tdal duatdon Televisio, New
York City.


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im IN THE NEWS TmG.
W=ER (AP) -imA A
Is o i o, Mw u a Vdar
bta toa mmod hwunb
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The board of directors of the
Florid Assocatin Broad-
casters will hold its spring
meeting in Gainesville Sunday
preceding Broadcast Day. Pre-
sid al ll be the president, Eu-
genem B. Dodaon, WTVT, Tampa.
Plano are almost complete for
the other two days of Commun-
icadoh Week and will be an-
noued by Rae 0. Weimer, dir-
rector of the School of Journa-
lism and Communications.
The public is invited to all
sesio, which will be held in
the Student Service Center on
campus.


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World Coneil Conference


Adopts Disarmanent Stand
tpUEEhtE lGeuges b b pl 84lth isbhMt rned.
WHMe, UBs s. (hP) hAS mel a harsei Ig Nedbanrn'swsg.
lbkt -tr t ats ilwc ben lam, s Mein.


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RELIGION


'One Way in Many' Theme


Of Book on Christianity


NEW YORK (AP) Whent, Roman Catoi d
viewing Chrstiaity, the aMSR Eaten Orthodoxy. He ncov-
i beds to lous m the de e"a mmo ground o faih
mnnManl dfe e, the compatible ad essiay n
d ooi mi whh s deving, that r through
ate the believes. them all."


nob


Ia "Tme Way and Its Ways,"
author George W. Conel strip
away the dividg factors
among and within Protestat


Coruell brings to his ta&k a
qua atin shared by few p.-
fess al writers. During 1s 2
years as regions -ews aedr


Church Directory


GAINESLE CHU ES :X p.m. I
Ad rehe NorlheMt Church of COist
Advent OritsaMt*h, T1741 L Univ. Ave.,.'BJe u Aa
NE 1st SL. service at 11 am., at 3 at.., worship services at
and 7: pa. 11 a and 6 pA
lUmh nw i Ad Vhdtyenth Aeme .Church
Chrsti an, t1 i at Ave, atI A. NW. At ,
_.i- -. ,, *.. .urmBB I t 9a an. a : tu


evresK At 11 U Au. uO T:

First Alliance, it am., wor-
sp at Bishop Jr. High, 1S 1
NB Ih St., 7:30 p.m. Serve at
S7 SE It Ave.
Auetoy f Gor'
Firt Asembly of God, W
oeK. ervIes at U am. am
7:3 p.m.

First Baptist 4 W. Univ.
Ave., wortip erWes at U
am. and 7: p.m.
Calvary tepst Churc
Iol S., services at 11 a.
aI 7:93 pa.,
Carol Esates Baptist
Oureh 10 NE th Plae%
services at U asa. ad 7:3
PJL
Baside Baptist Chueh, 1'
L. Univ. Ave., 11 am. aId 7::3
p.m.
Faith Independent Baptist
Gauth. NW 31st Ave. at Ith

Forest Pirk Baptist. 16,
NW Ave., mvleAt 11
a.. a d 7: 1 a.
Gahimtit P"uthvt Be a'
tWt ChO SW 3h SL at Ar
er aadi servi at 11 a..
Nort Clb r Bapi
Church, NW 141t Ave.,
vie at 8:3 and U ., and
j:3 pa.
Oak HI BantisH U NW Ut


S it is Ma "r f Ave., InrlnI wo-nhip at U,
IA'- -m "q- yeveiM ee at 7:3 bth
-r wWats 1nr r a ad Woas
Spar mmr eOak Park BapddM lOrc

I n.Dow aP.,. ai enu"o?

jANJ -, CaI .(AP) .-- ,th St., woM sarie t U
khA with almlgirl crew. has Ph$ Groe lmpOWt chM
be saed for die U SoM A Avd SIal
jm CL eIL. Mgy'A U L&aW 7:31 pa
qf. bld said OWrUiVr *e kw BS be
- a fNW ft SL, services

w,--- --- irrat 11=ie. ad 1-. ps.
i m wh Bd Nr .o & I-*.


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University Avenue Church of
Christ, 0 E. Unly. Ave,. r
vies at 11 a.m. and veni4
serve, 6:30 pa..
arch of God u---
Road and Third Ave., morm-
feg worship, 11 am. VU
Service, 7:3.
Epopl Cter. Chel
the locarnation, I 9J Univ.
Ave., Holy Counion at I
a.m., among player at U
aM.F. a Sunday. HoIl Ca-
ma i at 11 a.m
Holy Tmit), 116 NE ist St.,
Holy Communion at 8:3 a.m.,
morning prayer a 9:30 and 11.
rst Nunday Hol Coml M
at 11 a.m.
St. Michael's, 210 Miopper
Road, Holy Cmlunion at 8:31
a.m., family sence a 9:3,
morning payer it 11 d. Om
1st and 3rd Sudas, Holy Con.
mni Oa Sad sad4th Srdqi
Elim Pntemotal, sW Ar
cher I., serve, at 1
I d T: p '. 1


Gailotfd laireb.

The SAlwia lrmy.,
d Av, linrv* at f1 am.
ad7:3L p.A

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IL 11phm It.:ad a
4I o a~its $3k51




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im ad 11 as.


at 10:4 a L and 7:3 pm.
Trity Mrchb d Rat
ene, NW 31t Ave., services
at 11:0 a.. and 7:3 p.m.
Uveraity Ave. Cmh of dthI
services at 10: an. and 7:V
p,.
West Side Omrstiam rch,
meeting at Gaiaeslle Litt
Theatre, 40 NW Ith Ave.,
worhip service at 11 aM.

First Presbyterin M arch
I sW kd 8t.,.. ees at U
am. and 7:2 pa. .
an e P Ar choerla chi
M31 NW 1di St, service at U
at
Higands Presby-rian Chor-
ch, 101 NE 1Ith Ave., services
at 11 am. and 7:3 pm.
Kanapaha Presbyter -
an aurch, Archer Road past
Medical Center, service at U
aj.


11 NW bd Aw.,
11 am.


of rMIl.,
service' a


UtKri Unver s t P-
lewalp ao. 124 NW 16th Ave.,
Sfly school ad servione
bollat at U La
ARA CEM
Archer Baptist Crch, Arch
e, services at 11 a. m.I ad I
pan.
Eliam Baptist Chuch, M3,I
rols, worship serkes at U
a.m. and 7:3 p.m.
y erv ates at m a. ad
Willslo Baptist Churc* set
vies t 11 a.m. and I p.m.
Alaeua Methodist, S2 Is
StL, services at 11 a.
Melroe Methodist, services at
11 .J. and 7:30 p.m.
Orange Creek Methodist, US.
31 mth of Hawthorne om
ing worship at 1:3 a..
Newbery MMotedit mornS
il worship at 9:5, evening
srvice a 7:A.
Wlem Methodist uorc,
service at 11 a.m. and 8 pj
MFit PNebyterin C h &o
WInMa. rice at 11 a.m.


of The Associated Pres, he has
covered sl l and Ibtm
tional church meetings, visited
Rme and travel the Judel
pas Christ I
"It has fasated me," he
writes, "to find how moh one
cdrth enviroment Iseem an
ho an almost handltil fa-
mlltr repeon, of another,
ee at tim when day them
sele don't redeae It"
As a practicing Chrisn, a
vedryman at New York Ciy's
St Mark's-Iin -Th e-Bomuerie
Church, Cormell s cocernMd
that "we have gives a false
facade to Christianity, partially
foo-ng ourselves, and -ft
those outside the chd r*"
Thus, this book written with
the beautifully flowing m ry
of language for which Conedll
s fam within the fraternity
of nwsmen, came into betg
"There s one 'way,' eva
though it has many ways,"
Cmrnll writes. "It is this, It
seems to me, that needs to be
mo fully recopiied I the be
levers -e to kow their th-
em and the wanderer is to me
the way home."
Altugh he focuses U on the
commonly shared truths of
Christianity, the author devotes
ona chapter toi an examination
of soe of the by-ways of Its
many forms.
"On p should be made
quite clear," he advise the
reader. The sights set down
here ae not of my own mak-
ing, but are the bequests of the
Crisan community. My place
as a reporter is nt to originate
defie and mterptadoes,
but to absorb and dipeminate
the reliably and l proper-
tion"


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WMU Mission

Study Slated

At First Baptist
The Wm 's Missiary Un-
I f the FirMt Bapti Church
wil hold a covered dish din-
r Tuesday evening at 6:3
Leading a studAy on the book,
"Apogee," by Kate Ellen Gmu.
ver, will be Mrs. Edwin Wood.
Htmbani are invited to the
eating, to be held it the low.
Saurditorium of the church,
ad the nursery will be open
for childea of those attending.


Bishop Urges


the conc. .
e ..a tet ae e ,di d Laity Dialogue
the qeso of a successor or
Viwr 't aooft. Now i, he CLEVELAND (AP) The
hopes to reti next year laitys role in the Roman Catho-
hseves.e of e cmmitteeli Church still is undergoing
members, led by the Rev. Dr. hurh st is undergoing
FranklWi Clark Fry of New development in the work of the
York, Friday visited a Ruaian Second Vatican Council, Bishop
Orthodox theological einary Clarence E. Elwell says.
Sthe outskirts of the city, one
of eight til estngin the The bishop adds that he sees
Ioury, i a need, especially, for activity


Theologfs Out
HAR SURG, Pa. (AP)-In
order to heed recent court nrul
gs against religious indoctri-
nation in the schools, the school
board here has adopted a policy
of "trees at Christmas and bun-
niea at Easter."


by "an educated Catholic laity
In the whole area of social ac-
tion, primarily because the lay.
man is in a far better position
than is a bishop or priest to
carry on a dialogue in the fields
of economics, education, social
justice and other fields directly
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Few books are omy dul
a those someone oelsa one
souldbeuplfted by, ad ee-
tin Istp a seldom a e
Option. These three will not
provide instant inspiration. The
third is ane toargue with; the
second is one to read "with the
heart" over many weeks; the
first is one to remember for
a lifetime.
Jame Ae's novel. "A
Death in the F 'itl" (McDons
el Obelenky, M New York)
was the basis for theo eeM
play and movie tied "AN lTs
Way Homne." St to KIsau l i
Ten, in the Isry years of d
century, it tells the kid of0
family love story rare in rme-
ant fiction. i spite of its title
and central In'lden it is a book
about life, l d to W iS to
be made momae awnmof I the
joy in one's oM living.
Jay Folet leaves tih con-rB
sato with his wife, Mary,
and goes into uus bedroomi
to help the boy get back to
shp. As he sap to his ImaI
sang to him he thinks, "How
far we all cSme away from our-
elves. So far, so much be-
tween, you can nev p home
again. You can p. home, it's
good to go home, but you nev-
er really t the way home
again in your life. And what's
t all for? All I tried to, all I
verwanted and went away
for, what's it al for? Just ao
way, you do get back home.
You have a boy ora gir of
your own and now and then
you remember, and you know
bow they fel, and It's almost
the same a if you were your
wn aganasyou ass
you cold remember."
Jamesn Agree was not coalor-
table within fle traditheal ailth
and practices of Christlanty.
Yet he presents a simple hoi-
an situatio with such tender-
ness and depth that he hunl-
ates the Christian m derKti-
isg of what life is all boutI
"Fea r,Love andh p" by
C. Fikdmos Ahws (Sembuy,
M) has proved se to abt


m fears, te Iove which
casts out fear and worsha fa
the meas rby which that love
becomes real to us. 1e feanr
with which Dr. Alison dab
mare those hared by a n M
nch u the fea of ben ho
Ilk, of ON of e The
r drn far m ift ad
M tbonf ranging fros a
aw Nury letter to ml t
pl* Not many books which
pmwke penoad .diatio a
m interesting as this one
A matoarg with is W
a Stie lw, a ywoungir M
o by=an whi s a
a-Sta3ey has tsa n him In-
to the streets of ut hIa
d up the step hs of city .L
Writa by opumits d I
ei loken by theo The
i s tdi right, "Free I ObIed
m" (Seabury., ) is .
digd to to m alska the.
Sua t of lit
dotheln. aI thus
so he chowadift


as sn, s


eart reat a s s -


Sms d I& m mesof
ote *tOW
bM tl a.
-n-etfteM^l
t. aM)-ttr f jt N


semns; "he htd Nalimo, a
aet tical l te" (BweMl)
- ptAe to t *rure and
hetl, tat al data ip
paded; "aC0ihe to Demo-
cracy" (Reed) m i and
reMawi t 6 ear duesmrat,
le ibdattium by oatsadliag
thinkers; "7%t, Great Treausa
Raid" (Stem) acmout of
the tax "loopholes" that amount
to a $40 billia amal loss to
the U. S. Treasury.

"Candy Hits" (Pitu) a
goide to candy makig by Za-
So PlUs; "DoUs" (Fraser) -
sory of ddofirs thogh the ag-
es; "FldtTg Paper Tys (Le-.
wis) how to make papr
paythlst thatm e; "He1-
oee's ouomiftg Hints"
(C0m) -bhe*and mO mMe
savig Mi; "MCa' Sew-
ing Book 11."
BIOGRAPHY
"IHeyt m AlW" (Uaben)
-ory the mrtvirsm a a
ae cras ths Yukon; "Fa-
ter of Phei (Broderick)
-biography dof th oAbbe Hen-
ri Brail; "A L Girl'sGir Gift"
story of ai& l ada victh,
"ith Lmve ha Karen" (Ka
lNea) a sequel to "Karn,"
mm experiences with the Kll-
lea family.

"e .Street of CIro~dilet
(SchI ) remuins c of
a childhood n Poland, with a
Kaka-like character; "The
Street of Step" (Handel) -a
love story of mod braelm
"Lk Bins.Uk e FishesM (Ja
bvala) collection of short
stories most of which take -
in India; "Collected Novels of
Conrad Aike"-"The Blue
Voyage," "Great Cre, "King
Coffin," "A Heart for the Gods
of Mexico" and "Convera-
tion"; "A Pride of Fo"
(Mystery WMtes of Amarka)
-a myifa edited by the
Gordmn; "l Cme f the
Da ig Dmc" (G h) -
the tMm Perry Mos. mys
tory; "D at Knock tib Cor
m Or (Gr) rdy of a
.. I yee r old l to an
Engh school; 'Black Am.
ber" (Wlgy) lydtry Ia-
v"hg a yooeg wola to Is,
teaWW!; "fte 1c1dw at the
Umy opo" (BH*) -nov.
el of suipese set tI a oAfric
potetorate; 'le Fatc"
(Levin) the story of one
man's pursuit at Justice.


Aec ident ist


ForJaniary

Counts1S8
The Gaol slla ieDeBrt
ment kIaneiit 1 tdha
saidealsIns *, r dUring
January, aooding to their
monthly eprt PolicetC it e
W. D. Joiner.
Onepersoa w illiedlna
traffic accident dring the
month and 35 of the accidents
reme In ijry to ueIRn.
There we thre er htw vs
accidents bdring the month, two
of which were cleared. There
were 2,4 arrests made for hbae
arduous law violationsl.
lTherwer 2 1 other ues
reported to the department dm
ingthe month, of which were
"unfonded," the report tes.
Toere was one case of fordc-
ble rape, two canesm ofi robbery,
five es of aggravated a
sault, cases of burglay or
Iueakiw and ate g X4 cases
of brcty of phyert' valued
at s5 er more and in cam of
laremay of property Valued at
under (5, There were seven
4 aso theft, five of which
solwede.
Polime recovered property
vals at .1,W7. There was
($AM worth of property re-
pried stolen tri the uot
Mike dep'lIu' t operM1
ate wAI s perI mI darlog
S & month. Iet mo a were.
a* te force a inm g Jauary of
lat year. b deprmted hasI
S muifoed patrh.ef -a
detectives d It sd ased
to traffic.
The daily average umber of
patrelme on duty during thein
month was and the average
daily absences do* the
monthwaslA

The Maya of what are now the
Yucsta, Guatemala and west
ern Honduras, built grat soe
Cities with ofaty rms ad
tpl es, tueg me noVel, a-
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MADUEM WI. (AP)-Mary
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Mtiep h Ut bo e te1wmd.
The ft dlelved girl
wI bd Ihe werB p b tere, he
Ia fe wttod ti opmif pi.W
tama m Friday of MiOn's
Srine crcu.
Jut a year age t Mahon,
Mary O mWas the iws star
at to When i he lo0t bhe
grip a a trape bar and fell
35 feet to the concrete floor.
"P ne ver forget It," sihe
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formance here.-n Feb. 15."
Friday she was a spectator In-
stead of a star, and at the
stands. But ae plans to return
ooa to the trapse act-ad
again she will work without a
net.
"I ee my doctor a M nday
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S It's impossible to keep her
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VATICAN CITY (AP) -Pope
Paul VI has red a special
issue of Vatican stamps to help
in the camp to save ancient
Nubian mocmats from being
lost under tih e Nwaters of tie
Aswan Dam.


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KING SIZE FIRESTONE
4" FOAM RUBBER MATTRESS and

BOX SPRINGS WITH LEGS


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NEWS


(< iie' Ihq aim MOs
OLD CHiBCH MAKING WAY FOR NBW
Series nww heM in new efetionl bhut in ackroam

L. Butler Due New Church


LAk BUL R Coastrl e
tinm dof a nt Baptist
a c Lake ButlDer is slated
to egi ortly, according to
e d the Rev.t G. Mc-

"Work a the new building
wMl begin just as soom as the


old oe i cleared away," fe
pastor aid.
He said te hlldg wMll re
place o "at least years
old." me o bild is dated,
he said, by a dulse wddin
;I 1i in which Dr. J. E
Ma=es Sr., who e m, Dr. J. .


Mains Jr. s now vin in
Gaineville, and a Dr. Pitt m
bUon were kridegroU.


EntersRace

For Union

Conmnmsson

A Im a f ki.r s -U
Cumy --a ua it ,
a pit ml held by Fred

i maog Koyel law
aid be ra for te OwAe four
y 1es. a kdlr by ly
a amw margI Be ai hbe
calId b hoMt ime p t i

BeSo t a Mg refld
Uaion Coy has be.e a
sho e drhlerfor the pt
Uamf He adbhidwis ho
tw rown mu.


b oste Uwea Ciy plu
l ddeibtI, Ms. Lee
Cmaford f aiefd for sp
visor o uetimo after eb.
ing tt the b nhmt, Mrs
Betrie Cam t lm o re
tie; and John P. HaIdels In
taitedbel Mk thbepost of
tax colct.
Tax collector RI Parce
wll not be a candidate for mo
eledon because of poor
QaIing time for Union
m offices beg T daly,


Mr. MLeroy saM lthe ew Feb. and eds March


bMiUg wil be bmt of jumbo
br, and that it wll be air
nctr is Fred Dodd o Key.
sdem Heights.I


Water System Plan Survey


Gets Underway in Brooker


llaO0 A eoumlty

*lb water ataen i s e.
N ambled hben accsedig
b Babe May e. & ar.

Thl 8nry was m ehorid
by Maywr Harrell in a town
meetingM bl ast Thursday
alght nd atded by about
milla it
Hmel appolied a amutt-
tee d fv Wo whoMllnitact e@


Fe6- Corine Janet Roberts,
Feb 7 Robert Euene Iee,
Btty Jo Grifte Roberta S.&
hell. al Strke.Virgie (Dot)
Mde, Hampto; Floyd Stanley
WIm, Lawtey.
Fe I Carel Lavon Fla
Keystem Heights; Mildred MoAr.
rell GriQfiA, Vida Il Dyal, both
of Starke; lma S. Mulli,
Hm An Elaim Starlnb
Lake Buer; Idel WMte. L
tey.


mu*y ead i Ribr sb theI
flowis 1-tlMd :
() Wie besk ip be a
Sty watt system?
M Would ya hook up I a

(3) Wd d Ye k up if yoar

at al?
A tald Ie ta the anmi


Feb. 1 Joh Gainee.
FeL U .L & Matsn, i&.
chad Beame Sap, Demos D.
Jokmooe, Keae Wiasoo, Janie
Sayles Mch, Carol l
FlakeW ad d Debra La.
ve, Patrick Mickey Crawford,
m maine Stah r e and
DavI MMManing. Vgla Vir
atil and son, Wia R. Jr.
Feb. 1 Roberta S& Se
Vida Ln Dyal, Vkirgi (Dl)
Slade.


weE Bard CA, T. To *

yM, ? Lil.
ii mied N i E&hq*It re

Haet aid meeun mnle








LU sBthe May- lo
s faora. h aid he aske
1t0eMsa nd buso Iesnbde


ity Leagiue
BeckonsSmith
IAKE BUTLER MrW
Joh E. Sith has bee asked
by the Florida leae d M-m
ipaltoW to serve am the
growth a planning mmiute
Gordo IXM en.
lbst week a in s a to aerve
a the co nitfe.
Smith said later he doubts
mry much whether be can A.
cpt the Ot became poorw
health. I


Race Unrest

Stirs in Jax
JACKSONVHE (AP)-yl
rights dmmts started in
Jacksoville Friday after v
ra! moabs of qiet
A heal NaopeMr said Oto


MI Fry wi they a.d

*di have when tk manage
Pketa pAed to roSAn


UFDairyman

Heads ADSA


SouthernDiv.


C. . Reave, dairyman wit
i lrmda Agiculal Exte
sao Servie, is the w pes-
idet of the Sl be Division
ot the American D y Scie
Asseelation, nro umting 13
dates and Puerto Rico.
The purpo of ADSA, which
met recently In Atlanta i
coection with the Association
of Southern Aricltural Work-
er, is to promote a mutal mIs
derstanding f proleAs in dad-
ry developeA, as well a Is
recoai notable achiemens
in dairy research


Cattle


Show,


Sale


Opening This Week


Suw


Freddy Slha, Silt g c ir a at Bm, High
School, Pew with Wb &50Mk HorddeS str with
which he hope te wi dampion hmers at the So.
w Rinmr Bh ed Cape Show, fsemd luuimay
and FridayMW Fai L Fr ij iO be In
FFA copetitm at tie Fami Sfprt saw and
has another star he wl eter b the 4-4 camWe
tien at the Gaheavflle Steor Show next aoth.
(Suoa t by Bwm .eAM)
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Suwannee River


Event Gets Bigger
FANNIN SPRINGS The Suwannee River Beef
Cate Show am Sale, which is fat becoming one of
he top evets of its type in this section of the state,
a scheduled hew next Thursday and Friday.
jtahw,bbtlliyfr,illT


begin Ita day morning with
entry to fat steers in the how
barn. The deadlin2for entry Is
10 am.
At 1 p.m., activities will get
under way with a cocert by
the Dixie Nigh School band.
This will be followed by a wel-
come by Forrest Beach, vice
president of the Suwannee River
Fair and Livestock Association,
sponsor of the show.
At 2 p.m, FFA and 4-H Clubi
youths from lay, Dixie and
Gilchrist coan wil begin pa-
rading fat mteem before the
dm how ge, Dr. T. J. Cunha.
Dr. OmCuha, head 'of the ani-
bal science deparmen at the
Uniwity of Florida, jdged
the show last year. He con-
dd his judging stint by dem-
ostrating swmanp tedwmi-
ques to th youthful exhibit.
The ser judging end
hunrsday's activities.
Friday, at 9:30 a.., 4I and
A lbaltock judging contests
will be hebld. Propeve buy-
ers for the afternoon steer sale
will be feted at luncheon
at -oa at Chris Andersn's
Restaurant.
The show activies will re-
sme at 1:45 pi.. Llh prese
ti of awrds. James GOr-


Keystone Council Picks


Temporary Police Chief


KEYSTONE HIMGT- Cas-
per m i w serving as
tmpmy d ce(d police
Kqytem Heigh. He was ap-
poedTTheday riftm a meet-
ba s teo Caou-ncl asked
be armal sharp exchange t


r iamc, Chairman 1
Bea in making of that ap-
poUimet remarked dryly,
"Tb Mao (ML. B ey)
took a moot to decide who to


for appoimeatI


and I thik the adncll can
take a moth to think about ap-
pointing Bnme."
later, Beasley aid, "I don't
wat to e tea a ias be-
tween the mayor's fice sad the
council, so if the council wants
to appoint a police chief I'll
live with it"
Beamn also tangled with for-
mer councilman G. Raymund
Starns over ownership of the
Keysime Airprk The later
had qoioed the cily*'s ow-
sip f the tract and the
right to e any of t and
Uemo o Starnes' bms
lep o the facts h strong tirum..
After the malit Slrm
cIak IIes l am nd aeteb
ad to "tai n h ioute."
Bm nled tatould be "m
way to se a argum t be.
-m r-. m a"
Asie m bme si drmi ,
the council ot a lot of work
done.
They voled to ask for bids lo
leam of M acre at the Air.
paerk Ir )my pmdutml w


five years, with a I-Mth
perod dof race preceding iLt
Agrculhural experts had set $
per acre as a fair price for the
traction.
In other action, the Coedl:
-Passed a reolutin calling
for toll-free telephone service
between Keystone Heights and
Starke.
- Asked Mrs. Jot Bird
preside of the Keystoe Wo-
man's Cb. for her group's re-
commedatoi on beautifying
the city with plants and hrubs.
- Appointed Jon Bird to a
-year term on the oning
Cmobsian -
-AuthorWised purchase of two
reflers for the trafft light,
and accepted ndi for work at
the new library as follows:
electrical James Sparkman,
PU; pmbbtgErf S. Trie Votedan additional In for
rigwtuay Ifr the paving pro-
ject; Ineed stree ligt at
Groe Ave. ad 3M21, ad
Okaied prchseo d" stop sigs
--me g"-__^ t t
oB -upr bnsd&


Trenton Man to Seek


Gilrist Sheriff Post
iir UoSMt ai. hvs S DaeUrIa Mri. Nelie
ff bh it aBs =mNo NaIM. Lag I aMl amngo-
llfor pMt n diethe Ms Jalk BIk Akin
y pmoohS. adl Wl m d Sdol
* iai. ba (m) h noar w ,mr C. -.
1^^ 4^' hfa ^^|left* -- -,,^fi|i- .. -. ..^


man of the Florida Retail Fed.
ration will present awards in
the gain in -weight contest
Awards in the livestock judging
contests will be presented by L
W. Drunmond, president of the
Fair Association.
The judging contests replace
the breeder show this year.
At 2 p.m., auctioneer Buddy
Clark will start calling for bids
on the show steers. Leonard
Cobb, show secretary, said
that more than 1,000 persons
are expected to be on hand for
the ank.
Dr. Cunha, at the conclusion
of last year's show, said that
the steers entered at Fannin
Springs were as good or better
than any he had seen at other
shows in the state.


Cobb said
stock show
year.


an excellent fat
is expected this


Exhibitors in this year's
show will include:
Brom" FFA The chap-
ter and members Freddy
Shaw, Luis Gilbert and Eli
Beasley.
Chiefland FFA Martin
Reid, Bm Carter, James As.
bell, Wendell Corbin, Hal
Hiers, George Coleman and
Richard Stone.
Willste FFA Dan Roys-
ter, Bt Bell, Wendell
Crews, Gene Faircloth and Ron-
nie Roberts.
Trenton FFA Francis
Jones, Thomas Jones, Gregory
Bennett
Dixie County 4-H Tommy
McQueen and Danny Hardin.
Gilchrist 4-H Jeffery
Beach, Earl Jones, William Se-
well, Kathy Quincey, Karen
Bennett, Larry indsey, Kay
Read and Delinda Akins.
Levy 4-H Jerry Rei d,
Tommy Havens, Faye Sache,
Portia Sache, Porter Sadie Jr.,
Don na Kay Sache, Emmett
Whiteburst, Elloitt Whitehurst,
Chris Rogers, Zondra Brock,
Linda Brock, Macenia Beas-
ley and Audrey Beasley.


29 Cubans


Not Kicking

About Food
KEY WEST (AP)-Meals that
9 Cuban ishrmen are getting
in ja whie awaiting trial for
iotding in American waters
may remind them of preatmon-
ing days in their food-earce
homeland.
Ihie man spat their eleventh
day behind barsM eating Ca
delicacies such as arrma C pol.
lo, rice with chicken pleadllo
(spiced chopped meat), ptje
de prba.m (chickpea aop),
d rp vija (spicy stripped
beW) with white rice and black
beam.
'Tee have baees so cm
p*W" -ed Anshe e (Dig
Boy) Pheandsa, of Key
What's best know chli whs
jail kitchen.
He said the pries prayed
thadl.
lHe COlbeM, aceeda idtag
h dii Florida i l
t l kh h Friday. M is
m Itim dn CAba. Wi fi they
hId O 4t0 yilow r-ies,
emen CA"M i a t ad
Man brned ad later.
aer amRdyH sbaotlo
ss ml ad mted .
USh plaUr bWeth een
Ads d Marahd 4 and
S^^^ ^ ff^^^k IjIek


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Bradford Hospital


re- imemd


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Sudy, Fhrmy i1, 1964


DEAR ABBY...


is Inhied


'4146 anBureat


DAR, ABBY: I made hat lIoo t w a pod es
adk started a whole at My de*& rsoaBII
tSmedn rig lpaiMd b toeta riIe m*d geri M i
fir's duhter *w mebd r ugiA NNw Yer's Esv
and khe plam to be mmi l thisl am r, lte. Wihe I m
.tOed to the other oembs d Imfiy tt I thMt it
Muld be a good ide I the i to teil ham d a dubi
widaig, they said if they h to wy TWO wdafu pn-t.
thy expected to gto TWwvNbrp And a% I mI blbtod I
lister that we (ouS fs a flown, eid, rif th
sMe sid they ould d to ptailf-Mirwm t
4wy weret l te poortl yee t VI'* W I- with m*y I-
ly? Or is it me? Net time I epe my big mouth, I wii Me
body would kick me har
MEANT WELL
DEAR MEANT: Yr atI val abitd by yI
dair to ist g mu a iage ad of a dl ir a pale.


SUNDAY lnMft
7:08 Living Wed;
7:6 a Redlil is Reldra
t:* I cGqel canm
M:S 6CopS Sup
O Sm. George nisin
I:a S SpaenN
Holld
:0 Ua L The Lie
1:0 Ye Are Iam
1:31 cuwma's Ue

st: We Wm*
:U r win services
Lamp Uis My Fre
Tisi le the kAvM
le: a nis Is The Ue
a FPriesn of Faith
11:0 Image U.SA.
Church Service
*B ld Jemrey
11:3 FiDgt
SBsBey And Cecdl
12: a Revival
*a OpeataMlIm-TOYm,
Imee Tax

12: 8 Oral Iterbs
a Movie
"What a Lift." Jackie
Coe, Be" Fla
"Savage Drums." Sal&,
it Baron.
1:0 Clritophers
1: Frmidenrs of Faith
2:0 Sier And The Sry
Flrida 3BsfcdW
sloan B
Great Mules
2:5 5a M Featne
:3 t SpWts pectitarff


a Tfe

frotm the University of
Florida campus.
S:* a lb* -ank Blhr

"Sirocco." Humphrey Bo-
gart Marta Toren.

lWWM al I
6:8. Cisge No.1

s Ol useid Pteg i

**B llKl
a Nee ather M
:3 NeMI Wseater
*MwePEd
7:11 N Dmea
"Speak for yourself,
Joee." Joe is invited to
address a college banquet
whOa hi nephew wim
high cholai honor
P laily Da
Patty ad Richard are
"Going Stasl and their
parents aren't too hp
about the situatiM.
OLMie
7:3 US Dimeyms walM
My Favatre Midt
6:6 6*M SeYrisey
The Beatles are back and
so is Mita Gaynor; each
gets an anded prtims
of the show. Also perform-
ing are comics Alen and
ossi; comedian Myron
Cohen: the Volate, *-
cyclists; and the Nerve-


al l whie is Aby, 3 IMS,
mr, HI. l, cadf, m2nl. aid
In a ad. ,am e d e--.
vI Awlly. M smi, 5,-


Swalk eir Metl It mt r w pe Imly.
, *
DEAR ABBY: I ami@ to a widedl mL. He s -a
and B his fir* t fled0 Jsile, Ml aI IVtWmibmIs to
pm Wp e I UI hiintd him to my miter for the fit
to &e dlt evem pt to proouace i ale. She sin-
p*y i dI "hdl cl aM Joh." He saed, poeimrely,
tk wshe wI jokig bmt she Im been cafb hka "Jol"
Wary sice. I low he fels hurt, ad I dtMI bloe hi. I
tk I'sr aseiDa. yo WAmy t yik 7 mohr mAod lem to
n mylr isad' M? I t heIs bitherod me for
analaiDIIOIII. .
BOTHERED
DBAS m01B D: Why Ate do bm? Teach yer
ye *a ther oispeame yew lntes mes no adki tht
ike aibMI ka eMLa (t. LW dm e1 mi Jmentp fsr


nab"


Jam Pmael d ,IV Do
id a RInL" Jery Vad
reaianir pert-mo

(RAy was te icrecrow)
we"We're01OfftSeethe
Wliil Pid "N I Only

Dyto, Er e att dwaew
erl Mort lhimdy oiei
tn.

(Coor lMet for a
sDew" ime in sm
to merry TS m Ca
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Murray.


'-So Yg, So. Sa." Pal
Hearvi, Catherim Me-
laod.
OODAY NOaIGM
s6 a3 ?auNl.
636 a Dtisfl alesa.

6:5 8 imbu Ula
msor' Sta$I
1:35 Ahbe ea..
4:0 atibt( (uehr)
: f HI, N (eelr)
6l 0 Form;AidNow
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THE OBSERVER By ReldU Baker


Nek her Fna
UOilals
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Fais h mh e

tIE aGitug 1*b
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3:x a U Tea DAt Say
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4:0 Mleh Gla
oSeas SO
Pa eye' Pak
4:B Nien
4:3 0 Ums nd AMa
a MT, e
"Las Vegas Shakedoun."
Dani O'Keefe, Colee
Gray.


m


Bourbon and Branchwater


0 Nm lori a
WASHINGTON -ThI sound
of the Wasington cocktail par-
ty varies from year to year,
from sMeaso to season. In Fb-
rumy 1 itounds like this:
"Well, I've never bee o
thrilled in my life. I mean, just
like that, he cam out and said,
Would you like to see what the
second floor looks like?' Wel,_
you have no idea of what It's
like, my dear, to stand in the
LImolb bedroom and think that


Lincol hime, right there "Hi there, y'all. What's this
that very ro ..." I hear abs you y eMhg your
"Walter: Dos't they have any Fneh epressiists and buy-
adnchater at this place? Ig a hrd with the procee?"
Brahwater, man. Branch. "Impresionist, Joe John.
water. That's. what they drink I her abrut you ae1ling your
with i i Texas..." Frndh impr ouim Well,
"W Harry an I e s we'd put olot of money i ltho
little place out Virgils. Nar phlt& laiw
Wincheler, yoI know. It's not tired of having anromd.
mch I but it's our wH Wlittle we w t real 1 s e "i them
littk ranch, know, and I UyUWm you ow.Then, after
don't know what would happea Ly State d the Union
to Harry's ulear without it.." N ttdtothe rde
b. W. .1 .1f


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tsm
Abipel
T.SeMr
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m, ov mi we sel ao
thoe pictures ald vest in
something we can watch glrow.

"Witl a blast! I hear lde
Pmidnt's ging sto address
owevr the blephoAe hap after
IM themusnfh t arrives.
B et I w t ie, baby: How1
d yu rally feel dabot Texas?"
"Ramy,:do we realy have to
ad.k h'bis aV franchs


it ws Sm Bn dfaveritk
bihk."
"Good evaig. Mr. Seen
ry. Oh ye, W.It --, to
bin at M dI
Ose way hc&. Ia by thbe

"Yes. omderduM phM lor
a toa t EM krom al asI
WaMgy a toe* ae htfr
ddaly as rea al AmrbAn=


'America n thr* ugh hs pore
is atoundi ..."
"MA right, waiter. I kiow
it's a pitcher f minrtis and
Mnot a pitcher of kanchwater,
bt 1u try ft anyho."
"e TM PTe you -,aad I
kow the University of Tam
isjust asgoodHarvwrd, hi
what we've dg ii prove it
to al thee SMemeer..."
"Hry, why d al T
nhave Itn ftit mw"
"A'sk OdN Jah J ms
them."
-Int it Jm Jia, mry,
fthl UI Don Pete. I re.
aim him bb phine b the
soNdia P, ad w- hma
-nbeamn hSirtdeed to i.."
"Iis, haby, why dm* l we
Flradw malthmd mi
hi iim and rto

theyaedi he.Caelais


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E dtemakers

NTuear

*Nutritiomst


Mnual uian a kaw
Nlta Uw peak aid Ma

ate to toenm4p ad
hamemaseinrs Wead at
Gam&m Hi sehe l.
Mrs. Fraie Haa a vewn.
af vmyrs service wAth e
Dept. of Niitmdal Resech of
the NadS JUetock and MMat
Board i Inko, wmi pk to
bme eamu@ stuns be-
twem I aM. ad 2:X p.m. in
the GHS mitium. S. NAL"
Teane uditio will be hea a re a. bibWara.

aobetk o tin heePe loame
Tht eving at 7:XhMts.wilhave--oppaayatoak


[ T~he 5Ay elini, sored by
e Alhu County FHA under
the direction of Dr. Robert L.
Redish, will stress the impor-
tance of variety meats in the


d1i1.
Mm Dorothy C chair-
man of the Central Florida Di&-
rit Bone eomonunks Assoda-'
tio, spumm of the eveing
program, said that the public is
Invited to bear Mrs. Hall.
Taking as her text "Food Be-
comes You," Mrs. Hall will dis-
cus the roe ok food in growth
and development, and what
part t plays in relatim to di-
ease resistance, dental health,
efficiency and well-being.
She will point out why good
food habits are important m,
childhood and results of poor,
nutrition in childhood. She will
pinpoint factors affecting the'
child's food habits and parental
examples.
Mrs. Hall will list theestsen-
als of an adequate diet and tell
why each is important She will
go into meal planning, with em-
phasis on cost.
abfwill show why a good,
brekfl is import and what!
cltitt a nutritious l
anft ner. The hmemakerb
lp a. l a g watcbwer o a'
m ber of her family a'
seal diet willn lean how to
smplify meal repratio
The ntrionist will also dem-
onsirate how to cook bed and
pork. Food fads will be covered,


mA ng, Mrs. Cake ad.


Imw.ay, abu I 1194


Seria
'' i
Army fecialutist ib am
Ms. Em K. Boy af Bq
ws ained soldier othe B
v Jmry f a me h
Biaim's company a in I.
A lab opeirtor it tsi a-
pafy, -Spd ette
a oe edge 4 pem-
e dti and military
D^riftw. : ,Ara!!
t eed the Amy in
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News


aI srk te I s ie s~
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envesI& se IC


Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner


Last Wes

Priewerd

Explanadions


UMWr IM n ad a d --
wuw ill Ys -n aI eyL Em- j = Oa
s Airmad. Secwd Clnss r
He m graduatTM LIrW bagar eW at WdW ASloCN
SHiMhoolhlMn I uan1 lwSn Ansr., for fty wft
qdy by the Umvsiy a Oit of the Air 'Waogf CB 4 CAP ct cop. 7He les-
Fnrida Experiment Statio, be- a o, "might poy help,"
fre a*in the Amy. s A in oe, a ao ls CAP be Irs mmceto
we Rmheea, is with im i reairmn, mIuiny wee I t at "a cp mit posib-
Italy. sigd to ~ ~~O d AM Cf. M tify" uc "i a peran-
eK atu- so~ iMn.M Abee M BMd a eg cla ue
Lebw D. Kf, er aplori. Bof41NW 3 Aveth F"' "h4p to," taperfla.u
patie, USN, ma d Mr. and % aP, i'te rq r-- r..;for Ca Cup is bo vaW pa.
Mm.ew IaiJ. msof Ard ,'E# S, o old and Satted bsauyu re tine thue
is scheed t gadate e.l. wed,. "peral!


Society leader
i Fort 1964, th Continental noie ap l t it fe r oda
prominmnce. Wliout sacrificm it qums ood tst r aic
ood looks, th Ctental this au ha been re edm ie
"I roar -nr t-r m fst And, tl air Mf nMit
hasm enb mtundfat.l e fiate damhbowd.sman that
more thaahfof Uthe


peoplewhobuyinthis
price ranp choose


"Reserved for those who WANT

and can AFFOD the very best"


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Ph. 372.4251


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t PHOTOGRAPH mt pheo.-
raph The clue favors some-
S to look at e. g., a PO-
GRAMP. A ph aph is
Owly for MStInbg.


LIFT not gift. "You"
may need a MFT, but, "a oc-
asiom you cm do without it"
A gift "is" UUALLY" some-
thng you ca do without."
I. TRIO not trip. More apt
of TRIO for a performance. It's
actually the reservations or ac-
mssdsel n. that are "book
ed," not the trip. The latter is
pl ed "i I advance "
14. BOAT not coat. Drabess
d appmeae is aturited to
the bec painted (e.g. OAT)
rather than to the actal cost

17. CREW not brew. It is
very doutful that there IS
such a thg a "a EVIL look-
ing brew." It is just an expres-
sin, which does not involve
real ham i the true une.
CREW makes a soul am-

11. CAST t mcasm or c LDue
to the der of appearace f
characters, a we m in a
play's CAST "ma ot 0ME-
DIATLY become apart"
The due suggests at the
"weakness" will wdnaly "be-
om 1e ant" bat "a weak-
new in'" a as Deed NEVER
"become aperemr as soh.
Weasknes are LOOKED FOR
mi a cam or argument; it is
hardly a question of Aem "be.

2. COmm ne tm M ORN
is mure diely apt. The
morn may be ld kMo dis
mal ad nat at all 'Wn .,"
M4. WELTY et healthy.
"MANY a man" suits WEAL.
THY better. EVERY '"man
will agre that one cast be
to. healyb*.


1. POSE not lose. Since
POHNG for an artist cm be a
lamgty Ies, POSE Is apt.
"Pata" does not sai loe
S-e 314 watit wiftl lah *
ty me "y any mn s ely
to w.
I. TOYS boys. When
ingb TOYS, it Co- be de.
cult to know what to buy," d-
ther forboys OR gir. Al, a
*i "aSI,"' a wome is not Co-
cned with boys genera
but wB hr aphews, I amy.
4 CHAIR aot dair. A
CHAIR, or seat of a kice, yes.
Not the cdir ielf, b mewr,
built, rather, its Mtal
L PLATO nt PIhI. PLO-
to (a Gam*k p*lmpoi) bb
up -m mcmamly with
Grek thor." Knowledge
about P ht codbe in the
fM d memn y (sine this is
a o mes tilmnt ies
It 6= 0 1e) ahd t wMa
"a G mk "bm ashir"


6 PAC ST i poctt. PAC.
Inf sates a satbe .see.
never a 68 Im n.ighe.
wM mm h"jm caulhehl
PACrK FP em mre, the
,"w be* a gl a

ai RIssu r. fN r'
Ims MRE. A river


m acsm alM d a

a j a 'sm '~ face
aSM bal a to
seet SWW a ums"


GAufBzm u nam wea coirr aCLsU


Good01I Pet
(With Beatle Cutl
$350 Offmed


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fl l U.s Ap. S5 " "B *t *S w-iad
& mammthe i a la w amb a
a. uma fhea3s h is a ..atm fk o M WEuWuST hi
a. o a sem eama m one a aI I si mud amisr t i s

asm 3ob v e- dt' 'am# Sam
&a wvamnar am m 4e1s a o..isk faSe o.s.af." hod
i s i. A e nS p os ftme uan se i s, w ab aiw4,
Spwe f at b e Ia a ma IWW e @Mm ,g .
C Ia" ts O e m MidM aso moe.ansFi e. Duemmtss. frm
u& a.aSo-ward patOftsbea af.ft .-NI pOu a t
t-oe .f .nobrari te matao S ftlet t M VWl am smeat. Isal ent is
b si a a d a as T aosf.. inb. s s sa al lin
a s am u t wm ve u e to M a I d ecsitas a eMuQaMi S M-

3. Asy new -* =Ombyg a .e Game r i&a. r pAo Sad
.Aain s ban f ll dI the Pafla. PA A aw b R

to be UsM ftr a Us .t aM bes us at so Giauwttr s i.M.c.
me luker on Wbdnei a & a.. We-re n st f I a hr 61411
bed w t n s Smails. Mari" eMe is cIn eao is
T, 7.w um es ia an ous or ysiss Su etmig B as
wet, .M k -.-


&. A W d fta Geft a ma y b iA mamas e j *are ag
a1 Qrrl neD ose a s Gdat c. a. a n & C1 Ma s.M.
Caoe get the Beale Boodle..w--, a, me ee Is *. as doe
I wifS. to' M' ma mm artM W W, MAW 72du aMwoDnO
Just use your cainy noodle I P .ZM wi saMdMa a M.W PRsMWORD PtnLSn isM hs
now claps its not all-that-dll-It.eGeise mus ftn..O ,
.iht, you know. A bit o af aw or an r e my mw is w puasrt Stra
scy wicket perhaps, words"Mrtll>11 = tw
a rough go last week. Let's give
the boumer a dash good PuSle No.5
show, what?


We got jolly good returns last
week, 2,5 of them but don't
cha' how not a winner in the
fudy lot.
The Mrs. made a tearful row
over my bairat She mays I look
lie a Bloomin' Oeatle and ome
chap will smash me for sure
and f rve not got a wier this
week it's off with my head,
hair that is. And she olly well
is not jesting docks.
Jolly good smash fo Mrs. C.
M. Pouarch of Lake Buter, had
he used pAcket instead of
pOcket, she would have pked
a pocket full o dough. And to
all of you that only missed by
one letter last week, let's try
just a wee bit harder this week.
Remember that a correctly
solved Punle this week is
worth (I. U you are a home
delivered subscriber to the Sun
there's a bonus of $10 total

My udges tell me they had
to give the Ibeve ho to a couple
of entries that caIe n late
hst week, so please make are
you meet that dead line, Tues-
day P.M. postmark.
Betdleuie was really -upg
last week a watch for the free
word list ai in this Mon-
days Gaineaville Som. This list
contalamongi other the cor-.
rect wrd to this wee ks
Puale.
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CLUES ACaS:


. You wouldn't apect a serimly nured ---- to be abk
to n very fast
i. Summer beat teds to mlt tem, monrse.
7. There's certainly mdting Ubealty abAut i
I. If a man is uong to he hould do so before it's to
late.
I. They are used in golf.
'I. Afternoon reeption (pl.).
1. Damage by ripping.
14. Used in factories tuning out eatan aounbifd psus.
ll To bail or ladle.
'I. Migh p y be injumr because ler stmpdty.
t. BDas a catmim t a h erm al senas.
21. It is quile bIri, eam
B. Ifs a limnA. t 's eari lyr aWmE"ing rnve about


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SJT, M-Xis1964


Stage at Trial


By JAMES BACON
IMB ANGHES (AP)-3's a
imser a e hfroink
Si t.Ia Jr. star w1o11 t is
mn dap trilby
A trimd dflt (m- Il


weom sWlhim on oa rumud
04 ior the U





MIse Gw cslo- lnoMt.c

thit co-rt -am nu oday
And Morris Lvie aWoItS, d-
feams onery, aid be wil
how smN flular dodo.
few w Is to kI p Shatr a
hmd a a wlebM Ib their cae.
Mo dramti aemiond ofthe
ri ame di Root's


maUde mi the fact tht the
jfi iaftrn adot cy ot
AM. apBcm opped the
oli mty plow" ff a
bIor Afr t hi Lake Ta.
he, iNev.





p lmanmtuumitar.


boti.kId:
sIs J mt *Abe, Mr. S"tra,


&that y not wat to e
anybody "
Uft b bw be i mea
"I did Aot want to ee auy-
boey."
Mrs Root "Why"
liwb: "B3esi, Mn. R4
timber i nmitdb-
fare we cm to the roedbiock


Si- t e was Im to be ome
LWir Doll I I dooti I di dot want a sdI




thi icer n ."
Mrs. loot aghed Is it at

not cry out was because you

kidmp and did not want any-
wne to thwart it?"
Anwered Satra : "No, Mrsa.
Roo t, d it s n s Mrectot."
Strial a Barry Kamn,
2, Joseph Ader, 2 and John
Irwin, 4L


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muho M. ide e eed .
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TO WME aM tO coC
Ym an arer "m"ad tot ae
-mu f teMWU w *4: Yet a .
nMi. sWiscIM el in od atI
pabile ale a*t'nat A.M. Cbek ra
the it day .o Flarury. HNK. at
Ti No. Main et.Oi Ganooils. na.
The eods RS be ga"I S hto p.
pi amst to. *t alaml 0m the
emu I. o ta o *ef as ta a
said a vte w 'Ads se te

amdm daulr the Se sad, wh
m LmEa. and AdUms cm -
o MB S.. atir d.e GaGmurel
na. arma the Stmogb o f am
-yeW whnetA pms i Ws
pa to yesw ad wm s muas
ableto -r Sauns s.Mag ah
beid te ryl me$ ats.m
Themes Twrs. L Np.
ThohmuS TOer
G6IBRALT OI c Ol
ONATIN lViC N
Ti N. M aNa a. GmilkFi rida
(3Mi) 2:1


IN THE COC IT CWUT OF FLODX*
IDA, DOIfl JUDICIAL Cr.,
IN AND P ALACHUA OWINWTY.
IN UKANCBT.
JOHN C. 0ODIMRTUMi.
m VA
MARGARET IqORMAEM DE
Debdaut.
wrOT 10 APPIAN
70: Is=GKX Loma=N IOKX
nAsM, a
WhoU lImt Mews rnldas ad
pot sd n* ddIesis
3M MuJOf Driu
-mu a X". C.ae le
YOU AllK fl? R NOTit
that a Caubl tIMr "mn has
bw Std a t yamt sa y an
rm t r w 16
a do Cutudo to liu Cemldd V
MA pj* aw m ummtm
*r *oing k t l owet of the Cl
SSo Carellt Cft of Alafeta Ca
ty. Fluris. a or etne tas IM do
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wags you Ik ro M 4si te
am Amwsa d to I t "W i
am'. d ORDWR at Gato
vUle. Alachu taMtly. ForU. thil
t dy of SFeruan. itL.
SJ. L CARlHIAt *
Clerk of u a c O rt a
Acb eu *oWt, Pleolta.
NY baf WWtbfese
Dflty ClO*
RUTNLM & 6 00&IN
By MUG L GOLDEN
Aft L Gelfto
to SehOlAmair"81
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WANTED Heavy Equiltaol AN.
temoUive AthaaI. Expert-
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YOUNG MAN 5 to 35 years lof
ae f tidnae ntuti work.
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MANAGE YOUR OWN
BUSINESS
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f prets. Pid tmta L a
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7 pm. Meadry d Tuesday.
WELL ENOWN Natnmal Publeb.
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QUARTERHOMSE, bay, mar
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horse. Call 462-1170 or .
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Aegis Bull. 2 yrs. old, ltaer
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tubs 1 & 1t le uh. Vi-

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stock. 415 a. Plem Key.
Am e bighOs 4734Sm. Jamst

WANTED Mae is the nuastry
for spayed 1 yr. tousle dog.
w5 a k1Isse & raseM shot.
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anp we. n3 pm acre.
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ERNEST TEW REALLY
Assoates.
RaiPk GsMM s. J. KMrlM
Ls t.JacksMS.
30 N.W. lin toot.

RKI Estfte For Sale

35 H esL for Sale
nKEE bheir I bath. lusl
down payment. Me Mo 231
SE l7st at. loe ft 4m.
3 AND 4 .ed hom s. Oa
Acrm G" a t NW M tt
Atiom I n rd St. Intorkes
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OUTGROWN yewar pWe has?
Tnau yir prbluu ua bes MI-
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B to dierte this eaS, et a lw
Nthgs a a n a tell bake.
be6rea. des. foily r .
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THE JAMES CO.
Of GNE IMCh be.
Bullds of KagSf r Roo
Ph. 17 4. TRUN W 7401
HAZEL HEIGHTS
Se ir 4.drom and l3-bed-
noom. 2-bath CCB bomrm with
built-in electric tu t ves d eve.
Central heat, citys utlaMbe.
WtIred for televisios ad tel-
pbsa. l e yards mpte
grassed. Hsl Helfhtes Ies
bMe city liats. gipled with
-ew Ues., emoe to bu stop.
Low dows pares, oavso -
luial loans. Located o0 North.
wedY eh Ave.. West W th
It. Shown by ppoitaust.

COMFORTABLE, S-bedrcos, oon-
er block omn with eatral
beaL de* lux E built iakea.
large erase men, basut.
fal lot In excelled t ljbor.
had. Only U0 don and
low monthly payments of So.It
rcvs everything. Located at
MUil NE 1th Terrae, Call
37-Rt for appolntment to see.
MOVING to Teas. Will sanefl
hoem. Large rner lot. Ideal
lotion to Schoouls. shoppingg.
University. 3 Bedrm. I bath.
living room. separate dlnia.
Large laily rosm. Ls a
closets. Sparde stairamt
d patio. P lem R SiOR lt
appointmet.
ANGLEWOOD 3 Br. 8 baths.
family M. wit Aruplace. ea.
trial air enditioalg hualn.
wed hers, lot I W block
uis sore., buils dinhwa uMr
dispesaL o. vn, Me. 375BW and
Plat. UL4L. PhFe l" 1"71
3 BEDROOM 1% bat a s iM
ltl jlaw dm ,
sen paoyrKt wo u d
tla ud lwruseT. I; -f
will reeda by F01 16 LIn.
Far les atiusraedos
t w eal
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WEMWOOID.LTLEWOOD
Rlki dis tem o schools. I
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Heights. Stod. atrwood e osee
plalo-l l raes f r. Cut.
beat. Sadd back yrd. Aril.
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MUllM SELL 4nM dowa. $1351
3 BRIS1g. peelld liovia nm.,
A diali area, i1g. kiches, sk*
lot. 145 NE 7t TerT. fR
2-3114.
THE ANSWER
To s many requests fr a ale
3 BR. I bath home just out.-
ite City HlitE large lM.
Ti Is I t. OverV aon it iust
en NW I1tN Ave. iSprikle
site an her yard. Deep well.
Calt Heat, Large badly Me.
Canl for details.
COUNTRY LIVING
At 's best. O LAo Lociee.
as. Extra lars I R. tI ath
home WSth B-seu lftxsm,
Large family ema nw nia.
place. LAt Is up to 4 ares if
seedei. Will sell feaMed
do .d Csll Mw an M.
BEST OFFER
WIll eyr this aittie a BR.,
I bath CB hMme mN. leea
tes. Mthy payments enly
M NO CLOSING COST. Can

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Fordyc Associates
Warr Weman
J. W. Kirkpatrick Realty
McKinney-Gren-Deaton
John Merrill Agency
Tom Dobson Agency
Wilbur Bihop Rltor
M. M. Parrish & Associates


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J. Pierce Smith, Realtor
Gladys Smith Realty
Ernest Tow, Really
University Realty
Arnold Really
Dan Byrd Agency'
Arch Campbell, Realtor
Red Franks, Real Estate
Ralph Fo.ey


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NOW'S the



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MINIMUM
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PAYMENTS AS LOW AS


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(Imctu--s In. & Tom.)


Ovr 20 Mo. f.n $12,300 to $17,250
Free Manmlhip in Exeuie Swim Club


JOIN OVER 400 FAMILIES WHICH HAVE
MOVED UP TO BETTER LIVING AT


Highland Court Manor
Gainmev's Mat Pfmd New Address


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ANOTHER CUSTOM

BUILT HOME IN

PINE FOREST
* The buyer who acts swiftly can enjoy
many years of gracious living in this
custom built Redwood model.
* Marvelous kitchen, with General Electric
built-in oven, range, & garbage disposal.
* Huge family-dining room with built-in
breakfast bar.
* large living room highlighted by cherry
paneled entrance foyer.
* 3 good sized bedrooms, master bedroom
suit* has walk-in closet room.
* Indoor laundry. Custom screened patio
aria, perfect for entertaining.
* Surrounded by towering trees on huge
98x107 ft. lot.
* $18,700. $100 down VA, only $123 per
month includes taxes & insurance. FHA
sterns also available.

PINE FOREST
by HUGH EDWARDS, INC.
N.L Idh Aw. & 15th St. 372-1551


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* 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes
* From $16,000
* From $101 per month
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MATT MEADEN, Soles Monoger
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HUNDREDS INSPECTED our popu-
tor model home the past two weeks,
If you missed it, why not drop by this
afternoon? You'll find on efficient-
ly-designed three bedroom model
featuring a handsome built-in kitch-
en and a heating unit convertible to
central air conditioning at any time
While you're here, have a look at
our other distinctive models-2. 3,
and 4 bedrooms; I and 2 boths.
We'll be open from 1.30 to 6.


luiMe and Developers


To reach modal home. drive nerk on Maim St., tur right t23rd Blvd. Continue to NE 15th
St., tunm left end follow dimtiol signs.

Over 20 Models from $12,300 to $17,250
MekAly paeymenls from $73.59, including insure, taxes and built-in kitchen.


Highland Court Manor

Join Ov 400 Famlies at Goinovi lie's Moat Preferred New Address


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4-dr., radio, heater,
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'61 FORD


4-dr., 9-possenger station wagon, 6-cylin-
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11195


1245


1095


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'60 OLDSMOBILE


2-dr. Hdtop, reo, homer, power sme-
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13451


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Station Wagon, 3-
full seats, one owner.
$1
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work.
$1
'63 RAMBLER
. Wagon, radio, sora
belts, clean.
$1395
'60 RAMBLER
* Sedan, 4.dr. ..$595

MILLER-
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it 2-3582


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Bmavville 2-wr hardtop,
radio, heaer, amtic
tramwissin, power ser-
ing. power brakes, air con-
don a back be .
$299

63ea elOlt
-kolar 4-r sedan, radio
hant, hwa r sP r. S -
Ing, brake. automatic


62lCblMvltM
Corvair 4-dr sedan, radio,
heater, stick shift. Now
$1395


2dr. raf ude, b


61 C hndet
V.8 ngin. 4-r d.
radto s hlster, bemfl red
$1395

61 Fed
Falcon, 4-dr. 6-cyinder,
rodio, heter. Ready to go!
$945
63 Studeaker
4-dr Cmiser, radio, heater,
autma ttic transmision,
powe steenim brakes.
Extra dean. Local owner.
$1995

59 DODGE
4-dr. Sedan, V-8 engine,
autOatic transmission, ra-
di heater.
$899


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Montmey 4.dr hwdlp.
Factory air, buckt u Sa.
Was $3495 Now q

62RmesRlt
Douhie 4 door, rdlo,
haMr, t ed belts- Good
ecnamical traupoleton
at a very. very low of


61 Mercury
Meteor 4-dr sedan, rdio,
heater, power tong.,
brakes, automatic tram-
miion Thii beauty cn
be yours for aly
$1095

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heater, po*er a ing
brakes, automatic I tram-
mision, Set it to behiove


60 Ford
4-dr Seod. V-S erg,
radio, heater. ,cumSc
trnmssion, yes, is
not a misofit'
$745
59 PoWtiO
2 -dr ha**op, rado,
heater, power trkg,
brakes, automatic ,trans-
mission, air iondtnigO,
finished in a beautiful
white.
$1195
61 CheIrlet
4-dr. Impola hardop, V-8
engine, automatic tram
mission, power steering,
good tires, low milMt.
$1695


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62 Comet
4-dr. 6-cyindar, standard
tranemision, radie. hoe.
Clear and ready to i!


4-dr Sedan. rde. heaWr.
SAe yuiet" s of ony
.1195

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4-dr Sedam. 6-vnder. tn-
dio, heater. Clean and
Priced to ONlin a Ity
a comeFrioaon down!
91045
60CheTH"t
Pickup. 6-cylinder. stan-
dard tmnsnisim.
$995

4.dr Hed11 p radio,
heater, power erin
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tof!
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559 OMf
BrookwIod station W09',
indard tranmission. An
excellent buy on an ex-
celent car!
$995


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$3895
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w-ate abmf RM no
S$3295


59 Olds
fme a hraNM.p
$1095
58 01ds
* . taseru 7.
s ue. an5. as

$895
58 Olds
$425
57 Olds
* fle. haley adr.
$495
56 01ds
*o ahese sien ba s .
C- ~
$395
63 Buick
Eaoen I llneup sis
rles, r. sa l imar.
O m 0-r. Wltle at 1eh
m bSerr. Lgm. awn
$3696
60 Buick
bavie arp Na ad-
aikS bas. Oa -n. Ea -
$1395
59 Buick
La ub.. .aM.. Pa.,e r a
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$1195
63 Monza
cowe. net. H- be
tram. 11im R llu R.
$1995
60 Chev
l bnals u Fsete7 air.
p"mr Slusi & brak.
$1495


60 Chevy
4Msr .d.. Air ....
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$1295

60 Chev

$1295

59 Chev
BMnL -wd a We..
14 iWe bal.
$1195

59 Chey
imap. Wu Md. A 14.
PoweMr lriM. ine
pooM
$1095

57 Chev
Idem. L. la .i il
$395

61 Ford
Gasaxs aod. Fadtu rair.
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ear. lfCS.
$1595

Colalie. Blda& V-1, radio.
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$1395
61 Ford
Galale hardto sad... .
ior a. power shearing &
lk a ,- To ne 'n.
$1295
61 Ford
Staim wags. V radio.,
oder. to trs... LU&
gree $ N 4e
$1495


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HUNDREDS
OF DOLLARS


60 Mercury
SWI. MNsim. P~e
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n nt car.
$1195

62 Crown
t1p ea"no" eaI. erni
biq tie Qwas It
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$3195

58 Plymouth
BDenre I"w AM a,.
$495

59 Imperial
Air eilUimol
$896

59 Plymouth
t.uleam uut. SUab
maion. V. Ato tres.
$695

58 Plymouth
PnasuMOr MUl *al.
Poret erof V4.
$495

58 Chevy
t hordt"p, radio, Ieter,
poweraide tranm.ee, WdA
blueg V4 moto. plhi '
TKa.
$745

58 Lincoln
ter hadtop WoO. Fuo n
power. Beaeutlf whie &
pik. Ver roomy. It. i e.
rtabe, powerful.
$895


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57 Cadillac
oatim-ua y .
$995

56 Cadillac
Oen U Vft. *eI, .
$495
63 Olds

ITa a~Ml. C me.ed b Oe-
S- 3
$3895
62 Olds
a umep --dn retMr
*I. lI fep aim. alepn
a -
$2895
62 Olds
1- Ol d
ir ittkva I. PUd
weR am a n &e -
A n*a e ft nw fbrt
mt am eaimm.
$2695
62 Olds
da. na" *. aPOO
$2595
61 Olds
swer U nar., Miss.
Pow teeg &ft aW ft.
smmles Iateuir.
$1995
60 Olds
erneaM. e 15
$1595


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DODGE DART And

SP AT ..$1
5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
Poole.Gable Motors
(Iodge-Dort-Dodge Trucks)
119 S.LL 1 Ae. 172-43


The CLEANEST,
CHEAPEST CARS
GAINESVILLE!!

LOOK!!

NO DOWN PAYME
WHY MAKE BIG PAYMENT
6 L FORD ........................
St--i- Waon


56 FORD ............... ............
S4-dAT, R&H,V-8
57 METROPOLItAN ............
57 FORD ................................
Fairim 2-dr, AT R6 &H
56 DODGE ...................
4-dr, haewythinf ig
56 FORD ............ . .......
2-dr. std, hft. R'& H
55 CHEVROLET ..................
2-dr .md

FREE LICENSE TA
WITN"H ACHU UW TNRU MON


58 CHEVROLE ....................
4.-, AT, R & H
55 MERCURY ........ .............
55 BUICK ...... ...........
57 DODGE ............................
Coet 4-*
`53 CHEVROLET .... .............


a


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se t 7d. A b m ";
t mrye flbm da

3 SUICK ................................ $
E*63 &ICK..................... d. 8
a 4tso" l ao w o S. ar L
SIDUICK ................................ $388
usan 4& M" ba. h a"" S
MWbe-s noIstoapeda"
6 BIUICK ...... .. .... $2M
flte4.. u Na a ..a.e..IS.

62 BUICK ....... ..................... $2488
umS&eoom, mm. S MatWbfh*0 d
a CORVAiR...................i..n$s118
'W. 4-. l. ma" S Mn n e"*, d 0 VO* -
61 FORD ................................ $1688
uiml miM Siede wth M.iA ageiiN lM or.
a klrf*-a-iJ. ma^ kJ- A waJ|k ml.


IN 60 BUICK .......................
60 BUICK ............ ............

59 PONTIAC ...................
*NTI *U wu5 m la g *mw
NT! 57 CADILAC ...................

$8 k. 57 CHEVIOLT ...............
$8 V& aI "a. v& s
$ wk. MI LER .......R:E.......
A iW 'a uS atd su WME

$8 w. NO' MONEYDC
11 11.


$8 w 57 BU ICK ......................
ta..taf .-.-u^ trmain, nd
$8 wk. 57 MERCURY',....................
$7 wk. 56 BUICK ... .....................
G !56 BUICK .....................
s*t Mr a ms. Wmavi tnuMbda rat
iAlY 55 CHEVROLET .......
6e _frt. _n-ma ftmda
S54 BUICK .................
U MAr sbu.e. Truemn.t


49EW16
$6lit
$8 *


f-MCURY ...... ,i**
4-dr. AT, RH H
58 FORD ................. . wvk.
4-4.dr, AT, R& H


(OLEMAN
MOTORS
OPEN 7IL 8
M02 NW ft Av. Ph. 376-1451


RAMBLER

TRADEINS
ARI ulAN b &nsu CAM
SRAMLiU 4-&dr. Sedn, utctromutorI
radio hater, eclinino ts. Executive c 5,000
mil New. Sold for $2878. Now only .... U1H


42 FORD
mta a. .. .. Asia
r-wl .
:- 995
41 VALIANT
W. walp sa ..


------ ,-------- l
aomn" I"W. WAR
$1195
61 AMIL
^fl 4* 44 a4s


i0 FALCON
Mn e.

"CU'-sJI K
I-1cMEYUIT


59WIC
-$10"&ij&-


62 RAMILKR
raiK Mear. an
hall
$1395
62 Frl5
*saw. reawn.. 'as
1Maif il-iam m a4


Coeralm nuw. e.
Ma. WARe M am
$695



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MELTON MO
703 N. Main St.



WEB Pt

REDUCTION U


Nial


BY

FEB. 29!


To Reach our Gool!


....... $15W


...... $1188
"In the Auto Gome... Borkles the Name"
......... 795 4 HILLMAN MINX,
only 3.000 miles ..............$1695
........ $595 3 FALCON, Convertible, showroom con-
dition, oast week advertised at $2245.
........ $495 Her only ................... $2m 5
a n "I 63 ALFA ROMEO, extra clean ......2495
)WN 63 T-.IRD, loaded, factory warranty still
ineffect.................... $95
........ $495 63 CHEWYY. sedon, automatic, power steering
i huer. oir conditioned, radio, hooter,
........ $495 cl~, ly sharp .................. $Z795
hs.r (63 CHEVY, 2-dr. sport coupe, automatic
....... 95 transmission, power steering, radio,
be.. heater ....................... $2795
$4" 6 T-BIRD.,obded with accessories
including factory air conditioning .. $95
$295 62 CORVAIR, Monza 4-dr., automatic.
...... radio, heater, advertised lost week at
$1795, Now Oly .............$1695


....... $125


TORS
FR 6-7571



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SWrIH

Tropical Pontiac
43 GMINBRIER.9-possmngerowon, 4-speed
tramission, rodio, heater, white wall tires.
I t $22i5 WiaWkd Price $2000
62 M AC, Catolina 4-dr sedn, automatic,
radio, heater, air conditioned, 1-Owner, low
mileage. power steering and _rakes.
eler$2250 Weekend Prie$ 52100
WEEKEND EXTRA SPICIALI
S1 T-USm. automnif t nicn, do. heater,
ppwr tming and bro&M Find Is bieuiful pink
hu $124S Wald Mad. $901
40 PONTIAC, Coinoconvertible, outomo-
tic. power steering brakes, radio. heater, 1 -lo-
cal owner. beautiful ceam finish.
RMn i$1395 Waked Pulse $1200
II I t Country sedan station wagon. Afily
quipped including factory ir, ow, low miles.
I-Owner.
ir $1445 Wee d Price $1500

OMi SATU dAY IL 6 p
A ReemsWie WIbee fee mie e
ofel Monhs- ba by!df
P t at*ka 9-xHmnger station

Ro se$1445 lookow "a $130





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145 MW W 44h i. b.t kor -
Ch b M&P* -W bd di G
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S. "a."ag


62 FORD, 4-dr. Galoxie 500, outomoatic,
PS, radio, heater, advertised lost week
at $1895,New Only ............$1595
62 CHIV.. Convertible, automatic .
PS. R&H. nice, lost week advertised
at $2145 New Only ............$1999
62 MERCURY, 4-dr., automatic, PS, PB.
A/C, R&H. one owner ......... .$2195
62 MERCURY, 4-dr., outomotic, PS, PB,
A/C, R&H, 1100 miles ........$295
62 CHE., 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 CHEVROLUT, Impala 4-dr. sedon,
R & H, automatic, PS .......... $2095
i61 UICK. LeSabre Sports coupe, R & H. ou-
tomoatic, PS. PB .............. $1895
62 CORVAIR Monza 4-dr., R & H,
4-speed ..... ............... 1695
I1 VALIANT, V-200, outoiatic, radio.
heater, advertised last week at $1195.
New O ly ...................$1095
61 OLS. '98'. hardtop. PS, outomoatic,
A/C. PB. R & H. l1.wer. advertiseW
last week ot S295. New nly ...$2195
61I CADILLAC, Sedon dpVille. fully
equipped,.lost week $2996. New
Y ....................... $2895
OPINTODAY-2-6 p.m.!
61 CORVAIR, 700 4-dr.. low mileage .51195
1 CORVETTE,4-speed.extraclean ..2895
61 MERCURY. 2-.r. hardtop. automatic
air cond.. PS. R&I ... ....... $1695
61 CHORYS1I. Newport, automatic,
PS, PB. A/C. R&H............. $1795
61 FALCON, 4.dr, dio. heater ....$1195
61 MIRCURY. 4-dr. won, aufto.,
PS, PB. A/C, RH ............. $1795
41 FORD, 4-dr. Goloxie. outomotic.
PS. A/C,R&4 ................$145s
61 DOE, Lancer 2-dr. hordtop, outo..
R&H .......................$114S
40 S 1CA, 4-dr. sedan,. am de epe
Med e ......................M
MAT, Sider ................. i
eq amOET. Cw th,o.-,
h r ................ $1199


Spmimwe nn k dI- a $1195.



t m ....... ..........a
,Mdr. .aM $ao. ,


we M -I $1, -O I1,r2n.


.!3ftS veal rim


WHOLE m*



SELL.A-TI


NOW GOING ON


NORTHCEN1


FLORIDA


NO.


epdent Auomobil

We set out to break all previous sales records
February. In order to do this we hod to cut so
and below WHOLESALE. We guarantee that n
central florido will beat the deals we ore offe

DRIVE BY AND' SEE WHY

LIES HAVE CHOSEN A
HIPP PRE-OWNED AUT(

SINCE LAST FRIDAY!(FeI


61 FALCON
i Pkkw. This
a.dm a un Itab em.-
- w.1k hal.. v.M wan
bes,. I waertarme al m
e.Ared mumomi.
WAS $1295
NOW $1025

63 CORVAtR
Mma 4 1Mw sina 1%
Oar hMSIbi tter bo
ast. air llini. i.
sea.r *dk m s.mm. 6.
h an dsewadl bs
WAS $2495
NOW $1975

62 CHEVROLET


|-hte ile 4kuw*a., -

kl. pew b .a ai.
ba te ai wal.l -fim.
The lr as wis. wmaieae


NOw p2050










b. A.* m"Imfo I"
64 FORD
ek wNasw flea". A
was n maShe
WAS $1595
NOW $3075

s PLYMOUTH

iL. SN- -y W
e ad a ms u

WAS$995
NOW $S

a to a wo I
a -mmal-ee un r
WAS St9
SNOW $415


60 FORD
Calm ewStl* A we4 y
clan .. tat bak a ebrald
w Utp Adis e bh
wthk V4 mlatM savnta
tic tramiole, ppoere
Mar" radei., Met ad
woil wall.. T cotr i
wit, with bla t and sw
WAS $1495
NOW $1240


59 WILLYS
4 whenl ore U reimals
yp. Thda Mb the time to
iY this a.M it aet be
thi chap do.
WAS $1095
NOW $750

61 CHEVROLET
Iamu 4M r 4 ad This
ear Ih te k wuk. ib p
and as hamer. e Iamw
nowls aldam trdaale.
WAS $1295
NOW $745


Low"LL.'
Skatrn
57 PONTIAC
KarcmK 4 dr o.brs"
*Ma *rtha br -r
5*.N w Ith V.' a.,. a.
MU -
Mt. pws br ea, r.
a... .t ant w.. te **wl.
WAS $195
NOW $795


62 CORVAIR
beh a 4 ea d tWM&
Sb gI a- M Mt .
As WAsN OsM..A .
WS $21"9
NOW $1795


Mjdr In0a. %ik
ad a ad

WAS $1995
NOW $1775


Gan
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Sat
V.a
mil
at.


63
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Las






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ALE



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e Dealer
for the month of
me prices down to
o dealer in North-
ring...

18 FAMI.

JOHNNY

MOBILE
b. 7th).

59 FORD
lute der hardtop, two
is. wtk matelit W M
ror and SPA pedi with
eI WS, a ionot tnur-a
rial, radtle beter, pesr
biw as Whn at .
WAS $1295
NOW $850


3 CHEVROLET
Wa am r of
S*and V4 eailae, power
rinA, atmtle trans-
sk rae *and baIer.
WAS s2195
NOW $2360


62 MERCURY
atu door daosp
pped with air .i..
on. isloee. plowes
trim. power brakIes I
aad leather Ilrior.
WAS. $695
NOW $2055










A. A"Utl Ily"
T"os
CHEVROLET It
*a. poeg*ldie. rtle.
tr. whle sall ad
q la arrced
WAS s2700
NOW 52450

63 FORD
11 m1 XL er hard.
This ear bu a bradS
of Ud &i d a 1 s
dp a w rrt f SW imC.

WAS 1295
NOW 2535

FORD
d 4 am. harE#.*.
Pa men V4 MiON.
or wr ro.le,
r ad Wu" walls. The
bl ii Gil -.1t


btaeh is oer vi m
Inrir. Ip.
WAS $1495
NOW $1240


GAIN E AUTO SALES


Om TIL 9


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O9N 9 AkM. T 9 P.AL
MONDAY ihm SATURDAY
bImp Wa" lowlria


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4-fl,
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,Fgb '*t RW iA
a. vr wheqd ta bytink*

mIr, videurtet

rdwd Itopin IMU n ft se
In, T uy, F.k at S
AMs BOW ThmDO
An event of tbuy eshau
may popruoum fr Gdn
Till. k the 'pedal qeiuce
of The AmIerian Balle Md
tre B UniVerty Andh-ribm an
Weidnsmy, webl X, at 3:15
Direted by Ladia Oee .a
Obe Smith, Et Am'b
Balt ltaeriseatel. the
e'sbmbe oupap t AS "
ide. ats Galimn aqt a
1i0 Mink "l*doly K KM," t6
e mik of Aam Copelafd,
starring Job Iri as Bfly;
"mne and Vriatio m' .
sic by Tacbal owmy and cleor
eograly by Georp Bdhi.
i ne; s "rd a,' W fm
by Gkm ad chnogra.
pby by dmiodm.
tbe cmpey of e the
bindam. a ea" pt castr
cnductd by Waier HEgm.
Im etlomo tieM e M
mu*ie to the Imuaty i b
addition to its repriff mmo
ries. Al aduHl tiM k m arI
at aindent tickets are *1.M.
Seai are rervied nd tiLe
WE po sale at tfe tb l.
{rstiof booth Feb. 17.
Art Exhibits the flo e Arki


A.A.. a 1


11|6"ly i artvae les
J-. w K;.


-. AflP EdtrW.KolL
allu 4wasd





DeaIPost


atf C- a o
KatetttS eal
imes, Dean Mld J. Mt e hau
The qpadmet-Is ofective

Dr. ThoMM bhofirtAe
bbfaUnmu MU*W
stint mfInr SW ,

tabflitatioeu tative
dubu.


Ite -r astem t receIv-
ed hts Sqdbrmbse tnitablg
at Catadia Collp in North
Catos, wumTe be remived his
B. A. t atIL. He es a asm
term's dwe' kin do frm

LUomg thek Univudty fa
1W, Dr. 'mM1uoa went to
pq.ylMna te UnianU
He srved u a m irctor and
wota towad a docte in
ea yepa, uh be
no"ed NISL
Dr. Thom ast rtored

I Swo m Iod st Sb S
Mo.gy From Ip to sVA. ie
woam W Siib1to UdW-
Iay. Depq.h d Bldgu
Ia. rnm m to I s in w
a amocpate in the Unirn
ty's Marriap *d Faay c-
He became ap irh a
damms u the rMnbmain
man.d pa Snk I*bab
asI x l a chir whmile


p am became a deparent
f the Colleg HeaHh lat.
ed Service ln 1m.


Ruby Jury

Selection


ToBegin
DALLAS (AP) Jp aim
n defend to the Jack B R
Border trial we began xcf
rvi to slect n fair and i.
Partial jur l out Mf Dallas
Deouse AttUny NeDlvi es
oe ih feels the tal is *p
st. He sayu Ddaa isi str-
d with preude aast
who shot Lee Harvey O-
de mdy before ev
meras.
emf maM that this prejudice
mI Cam the rjecUmti o as
nUM s aU- s a single
day.
DtM. Aty. Hary Wase, wh

Joit operator, ha repety
SSidbfeeba f* lcabe
DI. Judg Joe B. Brown
mwd it d, wha tre te
S dstufgt umder both
ki cu melve a fair trial de.
peni upon th en ain of
m eiepqdlte j-rwso
hIs idael wbbeMoo deci-

d d a a i n mot to

Ito wd B qttlta.


Exclusively


V/ TENOSIX LOTION'
BONUS OFFER!


softes
4'IS
me
Uo-


PLUS TAX


Ymr fame had k so dan
flt cladumt by TmnOSit LUon
s inwc-i-ty dean, 4uoUp
t*daiclMcmsner a f it v
bmen. Meoatmiom i Te-O-Six
wrktocm ad mdanemhze
Sour sin M bed Mines,
reduceainSawdrelieve
dryness.Cle wyourskin
vwith TnOS twice daly
fat n the on ninor
kAtefntat nwt.


Cmnetics Shop-u",Fl 'or


Our fittingly-famous
pump merits fashion
honors, tool...14.99

One of uSO prits of ow pump collection, th1 prony
duo Is poised on a sand mid-I wNh
intereitf dtl to p s off its flotterg Fe.. I,
iniwMs yo to wd an oft cahining ... preoIe
you hour eAw howr of coamfortab l Ond wasm.
Nowdy, Wia'i CdeamShoc.

Ladie'ShoeShop-tm*m Fe**r


THE STRETCHBRA"


BY WARNER5'


I F*rurySki


Sh6 Chain, a


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INUEDIBL


for Selecion! lfor ualiyl for Savings!


WE S* 0*
1222 NORTH MAIN ff.


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Ses-JSy. PFek.rry 16. 1964


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Ai picked First e*d-
S eral because the management thw ip
-rcouldn t their
K \ jj W"rs and krpow they will keep m)Eflids in-

Thi why ny or CainesvlWe
Iar anth You. to6 will like having
xavinpaccount here . cwr loon.
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jilt'


First &Illeral
savings & loan association
- .1 Oc c gneyif


SMMAai FEDERAL SAYINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATIOH
mM" FDOAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM
249 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. AT 3RD N. W. 13TH ST. AND 6TH AVE. FR 6-7551


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WE SALUTE THE

DURING
NAt7ifAL
ENGINEERING WEEK
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Bug Battery

Developing


Sunday Febua 16. 1964

Bryant Proclaims Engineering


Week


Gov. Farris Bryant has proclaimed February 16-22 as Engineer-
ing Week in Florida. The Governor issued a special proclamation
announcing the devotion of this "week of Washington's birthday"
to state engineering progress.


The proclamation reads as follows:


WHEREAS, the week of Washington's birthday is National Engi-
neering Societies as National Engineers Week, and
WHEREAS, the week of Washington's birthday is observed by
Prof esional Engineering Societies as National Engineers Week,
and
WHEREAS, creative engineering design benefits our economy,
industrial and social well being, and
WHEREAS, in Florida, engineering technology plays a signit-
eant role in the development of our State in the area of recrea-
tion, r rch and development and adustrial growth, and
WHEREAS, In Florida gtew*rs build for the future:
NOW, THEREFORE. I. Farris Bryant, by virtue of the auther-
ty vested in me as Governor of the State of Florida, do hereby
procdalm February 16 2, 19, as
ENG1INERS WEEK
tI Flerid, and Mge every of our State to join me in ea-
tendig recognimA a-d boner te ot gneers, who have thoroui.
ly earned our th and aenrdiS .
. wirra"MB WHEREOr, I have erso et my hand and
emmm do Greant Seal of the State of ird IV be affied at Tal.
, oM he Capital this =at day of Jainary A. D. IM4.

any M


iaty r of Florwi In order
Joseph Well who was then ead
Sthe Electrical ngineerng


Dr. sorbaecher eeaduects.
research at offices in Wshbg
ton and Miami.


We Solute
Gainesville's Engqi.Mrs


DOYOU HAVE


THE


FUTURE IN MIND!

SAVE TODAY FOR YOUR
HOME OF TOMORROW
Today's engineers ore working to give
you more advantages In your future
living. Save for that future but


4O1%
Per Annum
ICmloundedI
jeri-A ully


be sure to save where
you earn at the highest
possible rate, with In-
sure So Iety.


Loan Association of Gainesville


223 N. Mele St.


FR 2-8495


Pe PMaksing i Ree Dilve-In Wibdow
"A PIDfRAL SAVIMGe INSTTrUTIOM"
"Chortered and S.,rvised by
the United Stateae vernment."
la h Acco. laced Up Te


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Space Age Brings


Sammmy. Peba-ry Ia. Is"4 sobo

New Nuclear Building


Metallurgical


Soaring space age technology
brought metallurgical engineer-
ing to its present place as one of
the most demanding sciences at
the University of Florida.
"The space projects and nu-.
clear submarines encounter un-
ique problems with metals. Al-
lys must be developed that will
withstand extreme degree. al
beat and cold," -explain Dr.
Frederick N. Rhinem, Head of
the Department of Metallurgi-
cal Engineering in the CaBeges
f Emngineortag.
Rigid demands for powerful
mnclear reactor materials and
durable space vehicles sed
suitable metals in order to per-
form their tasks, he said. "Fid-
tog and developing thee metals
fi the work of the m**lmget
And, when a apeSfe m--
arises, scientists come to the
metallurgist to overcome ob-
stacles In metal coapostl4n,-
he said.
About one fquarl million do&
l3Ms annull inN mtahmrgrcel
research Is In prlr at OW
University of Florida, he said.
kost of the ramerslsris sposmor-
d by government agencies iod
KIndustry.


example will prevent steel from
being made brittle by hydrogen.
The University's metallurgists
have gained recognition from
metallurgical researchers
throughout the world for tech-
nique employed to ae mn re
knowledge n sintering a met-
allurgical phenomenon.
IRuean expert and others
have been attracted Io the Flori-
da group to exchange Ideas oe
why ,smterhg aces. Uncover-
ing the miety wiemd affrd
more rG l lmlhriatl entale
over the metal prede't. (Ser-
Piea lw o* No i w am lt e
beased feor a i e below
&e making polit and be
partiCleMS 'm itoiethr in a
soid mas.)
The ofea Smena o-
my offers dapeas Sb he -
lee's, mmtar.s a" destrat
level.. Mere I- --- at, -s
Sebool w

The high domea fir tnaUed
count hr fl, ha MOW


One project underway Is try- States, cmmsa..tly our paIM
Ing to find etene -a uses for aes ae employed at promism
gSid. A thin costing o ged, for wages."


Silent, NO-SmfWlC
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h the not too distant future,
we my be riding In cars pow-
e by nasale. engine. which
attala M mles pa gallm o of l
Awls- nmous exhaust saee
IMe PUwer Supply Laboratory
t be UniversIty of Faord co-
pqrnt at oClmical Engineer-
tog i working extensively with
fl cele to flnd the optimma
structure of the battery's elc-
ades to produce maximum el-


sekiel Agra. "as 1i
The fuel cats diectly enivert sell e
cheaii amis p MW- t iB b
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tore is stied, disaeverles af %
anticipated which will toa
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Chemical *

Curriculum

Broad at UF
University of Florida chemi-
cal engineers offer a broad
curriculum in order to prepare
the engineering student for al-
meot anything he wants to do
in the chemical industry.
"Some graduates go into
production fields and are in
charge of a portion of a large
plant; some in sales and I -
vice; soae as directors of re-
search; Some become plant
Smanagews and even vice presi-
dents," ays Dr. W. H. Bels-
ler, head o ihe Department of
chemical -oilnirIns.
"Competitie among engi-
mern Is hke. Most S4 the Flor-
ida graduates In chemical egi-
nearing gomt or state becam
o1 the recruiting campaigns of
large oil companies," Dr. Beta-
"But Florida corporate I o n
have corrected the pay differ-
ence that existed sever-
al years ago," he said.
The chemtal agineews that
stay i the state go mainly
to phosphate, defeme, pulp
and paper and faminsl laus-
tries, he said.
Research nla b department
Is as varied a ~s Ms its
graduate ho 'research
pr-nary delvl hts making
products better Er eGnumets.
The research -roects are
headed by pro-aemrm and pro*
vwid advance lowd training for
graduate stuadmt in chemical

One project loalves work for
a am am aaaam~m~m mi~


r. 7
teal Fee"r S a U==e"6ty
r he eM1v0 ped Ar e Air
Peae tat wEi resist heat up
so in degrees CeaUgrede.
the Florida State Road Depart-
ment. The chemists are re-
searching the highly complex
petroleum product, asphalt, to
find ways to improve the state's

They e work-f with fluro-
carbon to ad a hes sce that
win withstand extreme changes
In temperature and st remain
e*Istue.
The substance s of prime In-
terest to the mltary services
for use in Arctic regions and
pace exploration where ton-
prature are extremely hot
or cold and change very rapid-
ly.


Serve Cit

By DAVE BERKOWITZ
Black, Crow and Eldeness Is
a firm of consulting engineers
in the field of water purification,
waste removal and related san-
itary science fields.
The firm, with headquarters
In Gainesville and branches in
Boca Raton, Clearwater and
Naples, serves city governments
throughout the nation as well as
Industry. Jobs include water
works and sewerage projects in
Dayton, Ohio; San Diego, Cal.;
St. Auugustine; Orlando, Thom-
sville, Ga.: Gainesville and
Havana, Cuba.
Incorporated In 1961, Black,
Crow and Eidsness has grown
from the Black Laboratories,
started by Dr. A. P. Black,
Charles A. Black and William
B. Crow, to firm employing
4 persons, of whom 18 are
engineers and 2 are chemists,
In 1961 Dr. Frederic A. Eids-
noes joined the firm.
The company has its main of-
flce in Gainesville, says Crow,
because the original Black Lab-
oratories were started here, t
also because of the nearness to
the University of Florida CG-
leg of Engineering, library and
research facilities and the avail-
ability of technical persomel.
A large number of the firm's
membership are graduates ad
of the UF Engineering School,
Including Crow, Eldness and
Charles Black.
Locally, the firm has worked
with the City of Gainesville -


Water


a water treatment plant and
Sperry-Rand Corporation on the
handling of Cyanide and metal
plating wastes.
Inside the offices at 700 South-
east Third Street, the firm has
Its own laboratories for research
as well as photographic and off-
set printing facilities.
Several draftsmen and design-
era are employed along with en-
gineering specialists to study
every facet of a consulting job.
A set of nearly 100 specification
drawings goes into each pro-


Needs

ject.
Some of the firm's


largest


projects include a water works
project for the Pinellas County
Water System ($12 million), the
City of Havana ($8 million),
Dayton, Ohio, water treatment
plant ($5 million) and a sew-
erage project for the City of
St. Petersburg ($4 million).
A sign of the changing times
is the Clearwater field office,
which is connected with the
Gainesville office by teletype.


Booming Florida Keeps

Engineers: Busy - Green


By TERRY MILLER
With Gainesville and the rest
of Florida growing so fast,
partly because of Cape Kennedy,
engineering firms are kept busy,
said Harris H. Green, consult-
Ing engineer.
WtUh offices at 1T W. Univer-
sity Ave., Green's firm deals
mainly with street paving,
drainage andl sanitary sewer
system designs, as are neceo-
sary for subdivisions.
The firm does topographical
surveying, which takes into con-
sideration the elevation and de-
pression of large land area as
may be used in map making.
Also the firm does plane sur-
veying of smaller plots of land
for private individuals.


Green, who said he "prefers a
smaller organization," has a
staff of ten men. Six men do
field surveying and four work
in the firm's office on calcu-
lations and the designing of land
plats. Green explained.
Being a smaller, local firm,
Green said most of his work Is
in and around Gainesville, which
is as he prefers.
"With a larger staff I would
spend most of my time travel-
ing from one project to ano-
ther," Green said.
Some of the major projects
with which Green's firm has
been connected -include street
and sanitary sewer design for
Carrel Estates, Westmoreland,
and Suburban Heights subdivi-
alone.


/


When You

Visit Cape Kennedy

Be Sure and Stop at th


Coming To Gainesville 1964


AT THE CORNER

WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE and

N.W. 13th STREET

e Ramada Inn Located at Cape Kennedy...


Sande.. Fear 16. 19644


Black, Crow, and Eidsness


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GENESYS


AUTHOR


senan. Feb.,W1 Is. 11044 a aS..


SAYS BUILDING AMENDMENT PROMPTED MOVE


Tom Martin 's

By CLIP COMIER
Sem Education Writer
The red ball of fire that heralds an Arizona sunrise
had just begun to slant its rays across the desert floor
when a telephone buzzed inside a modern desert-style
home near downtown Tucson.


Tom Martin gulped the last
of his coffee and checked his
watch. He was due at the air-
port in a few minutes to catch
a plane to keep an appoint-
ment in Missouri that day.
The voice of Dr. J. Wayne
Reltz came clearly over the
wire from almost a continent
away. It was mid-morning in
Gainesville a little more than a
year ago.
JOB OPENING
Dr. Thomas L. Martin Jr.,
dean of engineering at the Uni-
versity of Arizona, was being
considered for the job as dean
of the College of Engineering at
the University of Florida.
The Job In Florida soon would
be vacated by the retirement
of Dean Joseph Wel.
"Keep yourself fluid," Dr.
ReiU told the Arizona dean
when be learned Martin was on
his way to look over an offer
from tUe Misseouri School of
Mines. "And call me whan you
get back bm Missourl."
Last week Dr. Martin, now
dean of engineering at the Uni-
versity of Florida, related how
be came to leave Ari ona.
On two occasions before the
early morning telephone call
he had been approached about
the Job in Florida, but he was-
a't Interested. After five years
as dean of the Arisona school
he was just beginning to har-
vest the fruits of his organiza-
tional talents.
His engineering school was
humming with growing rau-
ate programs, new construction
and a faculty Increasing In num-
ber of Ph. D.'s.
RIETs PERSUASIVE
Martin didn't think he would
ever leave Arizona. But he had-
n't counted on the persuasive-
ness of Dr. Reitz.
"He came to visit me in Tuc-
son shortly after our telephone
conversation. I was impressed.
Not only was he extremely per-
suasive, but he had a treme-
dous enthusiasm for Florida's
future. I accepted his offer to
visit the University of Florida."
When Martin arrived on the
UF campus, the state legisla-
ture was in session In Tallabas-
see. The atmosphere was elec-
tric with the excitement over
projects for higher education-
especially in engineering.
"The enormous potential of
the College Building Amend-
ment was what really changed


my mind about accepting the
offer. The stakes were big mnd
I decided to gamble."
NEED CITED
In July Martin moved to Gain-
eaville. The legislature had Just
appropriated .SNM for the
University of Florida to esten-
lIh a branch eg arinlg school
for graduate suatems is na
east central are of the state.
"Dr. Relts had toMl me a
of the greteelt dlfso in
the past hbed been preidg oW
campus in-u'tn fr graduate
m*g ers amsc ed al ove the
state who wanted t keep
almes of mw dmpm l
own tod me to immoesato
a this aspect. At first it loeeed
lke a simple deIom t fi ding
where the need was gr-tet
and put the branch school there.
But It turned out that I didn't
understand the problem."
STATE-WIDE SURVEY
Martin spent the next six
months understanding the pro-
blem. During that time he log-
ged in 1,0 miles on his new
beige Pontiac and another 1,000
miles by air visiting every area
to the state where engineers
were concentrated.
SEvery plant and industry
wanted a branch engineering
school in their backyard, and
many of them had valid rea-
Locating a home for the single
branch school became a night.
mare.
Martin was on the move so
much that he never once s t
-vrs thea two acamvel
with his family in Gainesville.
One night, during one of his
rare evenings at home, Martin
entertained an fl- frind
from sthe Martin Plant In Or-
lands. As the evening war an
land. As the evening wore on
the branch school..
"We got to talking and kicking
ideas around. Everyone front
Daytona Beach to Melbourne
wanted a branch school and
needed one. But we only had
just ovS a half-million dollars.
Bow coul we help an of them?"
Television.
Not Just ETV, but a two-way
talk-back circuit to link each of
the space and industrial areas
with live lectures, the same as
one would bear in a classroom
on the campus.
The Idea seemed so good Mar-
tin was almost afraid to esti-


USGS Keeps Water Watch


A continual watch on the min-
eral content and level of Orange
Lake is kept by the Surface Wa-
ter Branch of the U. S. Geologi-
cal Survey as part of its investi-
gation of the state's water re-
sources, according to A. 0. Pat-
terson, district engineer.
This is just one of the many
engineering surveys being made
by the, federal government in
the Gainesville area. Patterson
said.


Gauging stations throughout
the state measure the quantity
and quality of surface water,
stated Patterson.
Much of the basic data un-
covered by the USGS is from
work in a water laboratory at
Its state headquarters, In Ocala,
said Patterson.
Patterson noted the need of
the Gainesville area for a topo-
graphic survey by the USGS
land division; such a survey is
scheduled for the near future.


Gamble


Dr. lemas
s eue
S. w .


Pai


L. Martin Jr. svered IMA umes long evew
he a br n a eing sdael O. 0 sied


mate the coot of such a plan
for fear the price would ex-
ceed the budget.
GENESYS BORN
"The next morning I called
Southern sB and got a sough
estimate on the coot of lim ing
lines and equipment Details
were so skSh I managed to
write them an down the blcka
of an envelope. But the price
was definitely within our

GENESYS, the abbreviations
for Graduate Enginesering Ednu-
eason Blm, wa born.
Tile all a single breach
s ae eat the wuS. h-
stead, when fully operaMnal,
1NE3YTS willbm ems -y
humeds aof highly I
courses, over its ied ri to
sateWlite claroomn scattered I
dithe speaedihtatriiftled area of
east central Florida.
Headquarters and primary
facility in the network will be
at Cape Kennedy, a stone's
throw from the launching peds.
Viewing room seating three
or four people each in Orlando,
arata rt, DO1b end 60VABf
Dgteoh a
win be leamd In to 110 Us,>
tures. The uiqum network wil
expend as the need arises.


Atkins


For Worl

Atkins Technical Inc., manuu-
facturers of scientific istru-
ments, specIales in tempera-
ture and humiaty instruments
which are sold around tde
wor d, ag to Geral
Manager Robert M. Athl.
Atkuns says these beamente
are being used by the National
Aeronautics Space AdmeIistra-
tion (NASA) for research, by
Douglas AjIpref, -by ptha .
stations, and by various resear-
chers around the world inclad-


Whena student has a quaglan
he win push a button Instead of
raising his hand. everyone -
the circuit wE hear both quAo
ae and a-i.er
-WA D APPArvAL
NNIXT MR1UNL,
Martin ad his ta worked
lerd t pel the dSh sr
Central. Thare were wesp oh-
w es if atSe im C 1tes ash
had bee Xnae -
ped a ofeat g betB trad s
ato Ismit lls te

RhuodSl and aflS~e
detail TV network, had to
with ui stage Wrv 0s.mI. i
The role the pFiuMe be-
timae for Com.ifma.** University
Studies (FISCUS), which is Bd*
possible for operating *e sate's
educational TV network, had to
be mated to I e -1114



"We did't want to create eM


Wide


Ing ome at the University of
Florida.
Both mechanical and indus-
trial engineers are employed by
the company ino s production
of sp-e1-med equipm-. Aks.
stresses dust Sees sp-ddb.s
bntrumentss, dthe aa- m am
of which costs Saebt g, are
for research and Indaustrial ap.
plication. ON domestic use.
AMkm' atmeass are msed
-6 rmts ierpmsM naring.
temperatures nla pipelines, and
coufroUll temperatures in ay-


id Off

impression duat we wOre
an over the sate a hsaI
ggwag
eapp by the Beard
Control and the Cbit."
NEWW MA
A formal mc we
acleaued to sobS. Wit

a m laee In Cema e
Got pu ado 11a1 AS am
brm B~the uie f
"*Whet at Swae
that he hsS t
a fale -me ge
an ever me state.M
Wartids lidjl Whlehe

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Sun

By DAVE WOLVERTON
Wall and roots of future
homes may be made of solar
energy sunlight equipment, pre-
dicts Dr. Erie A. Farber, dir-
actor of the College of Engi-
neerings Solar Energy Labora-
tory.
Farber can provide a home
with a complete electrical
power source by putting a bank
solar cells o the roof. Wirea
are run Inside the house "Just
ltke a power Ine he says.
Tb emildes Ijdg coasts, the
aolr call would be incorpor-
ated a part of the roof.
M" you had a plate of solar
oei an the roof, you wouldn't
mast a mnmplet real I addl-
Sa. ou would mak the plate
srva as the roof aad save the
doMe east. And solr beateras
-e be maode I* serve an wa-
la5 Watber m ali
Mab, as- prodhuoed o-
Ir al over hs world.
Name's at the UIvralty
wa-r bet te develop pracu.
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Sunday. PFebrvsr 1. 1964


Energy


Tops


For


Homes

cal, energy due to a unique
characteristic of silicon, of
which they are made.
When activated by the sun's
energy, the silicon creates a
small electrical potential, which
can be tapped to obtain an elec-
trical current, Farber said.
They produce about half a volt
each.
In Albuquerque, Washington,
D. C., and Denver, a few
homes are heated with solar
energy. Solar water heaters can
be bought in stores and are
made by several U. S. com-
panies.
At present, the stumbling
block to solar energy use Is
the equipment's Initial cos t.
To supply a house with electri-
city through solar cells would
cost $12,000 to $15,000. Once in-
stalled there Is almost no cost,
however, because the solar
cells have no moving parts and
require almost no maintenance.


Dr. Mrie A. Farber display eel-imed solar ced


A y half-f1led with clouds
will stop only about 2S per
cent of the sats energy, Far-
ber estmlatedL
It hard to taB how much
fis kt I daubd tbso he
pointed out, beamue they act
as fllera am so consistency
at elsem" varSL- aim yarnv-le


be amount of energy they
ter out. Only a mall part
the mn's energy Is visible
light. So. when douds stop
light, they may be stopping
tie af the rest of the solar
sily.


eventually caue to earth.
torage batteries can be In-
tallad with the olar cells.
Theue serve as a reserve
source of power during extead-
ed periods of bad weather.
Ceal Are Soul


The nergy topped by the The sand colored, half dol-
dclouds s not aborbed, but re- lar slse solar cells convert
fleeted about, and much of it solar energy directly to electri-


Engineers Built The Electric Power Industry


WE PROUDLY SALUTE THEIR BOLD RESOURCEFULNESS

The happy fact that electric power costs to consumers haven't
gone up appreciably since the early days of one-filament bulbs is due
In a large measure to the developments made in engineering.
Cloy Electric Cooperative, serving North Florida for many years,
is proud of its service to its consumers, proud that customer costs are
not constantly rising! We pledge continuing efforts to be a source of
unfailing power to the area. Engineers, we solute you!


CLAY


ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE


Serving 23,000 Families In North Florida
........ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.


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Salutes... The Engineering

IN APPRECIATION OF ITS ACCEPTANCE OF

CROM... BUILDRS of CROSM.LD ;0 o
CicMular Prestressed Slrctuesm... I
Wer Setorage Tenks ... .
Sewage Tname ae Tanks ...
Industrial Tenks ...
De ...... ...


PRESTRESSED

COMPOSITE TANKS
The Prestressed Composite Tank
wall consists of a combination of
the three most successful and
durable elements of liquid con-
tainment . .
1. A steel shell for absolute
. liquid tfghtness.
2. Gulte (pneumatically
aopNed concrete) for dur-
tand maintenance


3. rPesrreesing with plain or
galvanized wire for crack-
freedom and economy.
By incorporating a steel shell
within a gunite wall and pre-
stressing the composite section,
the advantages of each com-
ponent are moaintoined while
elimintng the dilodvonfloges of
steel mainternance, brittle ten-
sion cracks and expensive heavy
wall sections.


Two milte. ,lle neeegefr bulb fer the Cly of CSba.
Team. Cemple.te emeenes was un= e by the Cue
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Design Aquariums


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JOF LP. .. SUPERIOR ENGINEERING RESEARCH BY 'ZENITH BRINGS YOU
THE S IN COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV, STEREO 'FM, STEREO
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By JIM SIMMONS
The two "Marineland" sea
Aquariums located in California
and Florida were designed by
Ebaugh & Goethe, Inc., an en-
gineering consultant firm locat-
ed in Gailsville.
Newton C. Ebaugh, president
of the firm, has had 25 years of
detailed experience in the de-
sign and operation of large aqu-
aria In Florida, California, Tex-
as, New York, Mas.achuaetts,
and Nasau B.W.I.
"As far as I know, that's long-
er than anyone in this field."
said4 Zbugh. "In addition to
the aquaria hS ia country, our
firm has deigned an aquarium
for the Principality of Monaco
and Is presently plaeming l e
for Son 3 flea, gljandtl
-s ed by A e architect
"About two-Uhirds of our Me


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of over 100 years in university
service before the firm was
started.
Headed Dept.
Ebaugh was head of the
mechanical engineering depart-
ment and campus engineer at
the University of Florida.
Sam P. Goethe, vice-president
of the firm, was director of the
Plant and Grounds Divison as
well as a professor of mechani-
cal engineering at the UW.
John W. Wilson, head of the
electrical department f -
baugh & Goethe, Inc.. w an
associate professor of electrical
engineering at the UF.
Ebaugh & Goethe, Inc. has
done oe emlnearlng on the J.
Hais Miner Meadi Center, the
Governor's Maninam In Florida,
the Sperry fawd Plant .
Gaines ,. and maWny o ers.
The Oi 11 m ad oS n- e ma
Ing of the empbe p-= and
1pe- f 11' for a variety o
utilities a wndw -Pia".
In addoam the frm supervises
thefr aspect of de Aouu.rucm-
Snom e the do hbe ha
has doae the mauig Ifr -O
g. a Roam Paper Co. in
Frsihkud, VaL. and the Cow-
soldated- Citrus Products IN
seaugh & Goethe, Inc. are
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G. G. GALE, PE
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107 W. Univerty Ave. Gainee M. Fle.


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Fla. Industry And


A peai Sl fadr ste ag --ad resme at Uairelvwy e
m aris in s u mmld at ad Deaame t a -W seepees
nmeos. 2 e a~ ns "as- adr. I. I. a .alos, Is ase a =
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States, there are roughly two classified ads pub-
libhd in newspapers. Every year, newspapers run
more than 300,000,000 classified ads.


A retired Florida "s no
bird" once happened to reA
of the development of mineral
wool from Florida minerals.
Five years later he had a flour-
ishing business.
The publication he read came
from the University of Florida's
Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station the re-
search arm of the College of
Engineering. It concerned stud-
ies on mineral wool by Station
researchers, and in this case,
benefited a new Florida Indus-
try.
Many other small industries
In Florida have received direct
benefit In the solution of their
technical problems from Sta-
tion consultants.
Created in 1941 by act of the
Florida Legislature, the mission
of the EIES Is to organize and
- promote the research projects
of engineering and related scl-
ences, with special emphasis on
matters which may be useful to
the advancement of Florida in-
dustry.
The Station has grown vigor-
Souly during the pt twenty-one
years; with its midget rising
froam n W to vr $1.5 million
saMAssistant Dietor of the
sfsia, Dr. Marim -. Forma n.
There has been increasing
level of activity n all phases of
engineering reseaw during Me
past five years, eesmsioned in
part by the recrutnient of dy-
namlo new faculty personnel.
Because of the simbl et de-


Budget Hits 81.5
Million Mark

mands of the space age, the
maximum recent research ex-
pansion has occurred in Aero-
space Engineering, Nuclear En-
gineering, Engineering Mech-
anics and Metallurgical Engi-
neering. The programs in Civil,
Electrical, Chemical and Mech-
anical Engineering have grown
steadily.
The keen interest in all areas
of engineering and scientific in-
vestigation which Is currently
emphasized by industry and
government and by other agen-
cies in the State argue well for
the continued growth and devel-
opment of the Station.
"It is impossibthle to measure
in dollars the begflits accruing
to Florida as a result at the
Station's research programs,
because much of the benefit Is
preventive rather than correct-
ive," Dr. Forsman said.
Prevention of pollttion and
contamination of water and air,
develqamMt of effalt sewer-
ae and waei treatm sys-
tems, the battle against beach
erosion these are some of the
research efforts that save the
taxpayers thousands of dollars.
Research In pulp and paper, in
chemical processes, in eslecrn-
ics, in clays and minerals ladig-


enous to Florida have opened
up new channels for industry.
Space related research in
the Station is devoted to the
development of plasmas, nuc-
lear rocket propulsion, solid
propellant rocket grains, inflat-
able structures, behavior of
metals, space mirrors for orbit-
ing telescopes, and others. Of
the 181 research projects active
on Feb. 1, 1964, over one third
are keyed directly to some as-
pect of space exploration.
In addition to its own achieve-
ments, the Station has provided
an invaluable stimulus to the
advancement of the teaching
program in the College of En-
gineering. The existence of a
dynamic research program has
been essential in attracting fac-
ulty with distinguished records
of professional achievement.
Their eminence In their fields
has in turn resulted in addition-
al contracts and grants being
placed with the University of
Florida.
These have been made avail-
able for instructional purposes,
and have also enabled the Sta-
tion to furnish financial support
for graduate students, and for a
limited number of undergradu-
ates.
"Work of this kind has a dos-
blehis value nla educating an engi-
neer, since it acquaints him
with the techniques and philo-
sophy of scientific research
which is an inseparable part oe
present day engineering," Dr.
Foreman said.


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New Pulp Method


Developed at UF


A revolutionary method of
preparing wood chips for pulp-
ing, developed at the University
of Florida, saves one paper mill
in the state about one and a
half million dollars a year. cal-
culates pulp and paper re-
searcher William J. Nolan.
This large pulp mill instituted
the University's chip shredding
process and is currently cutting
the total wood cost by 15 per
cent, he says.
"The process could save the
pulp and paper industry in the
state millions of dollars every
year," reports Dr. Nolan. He is
one of the designers of the sys-
tem in the College of Engineer-
Ing's Pulp and Paper Labora-
tory.
"The wood expense is 40 per
cent of the total coat of making
pulp. By using the shredding
process, the mill has cut the to-
tal coat of producing pulp by
to 7 per cent. The plant produces
1,00 tons of pulp a day, from
about 2,000 tons of slash pine,"
Nolan said.
'*qp.aed to the entire state,
tas -nm chip pr- sp
could piapt adimc in the
papar Indltry and a boast to
the economy d Florid-a and the
South," Nolan aid.
. ise Uhalverlty' laboratory
has developed a high speed soo-
imious pulping process caDed
UFAN, which uses tes .shred-
ded chips.
A complete pilot plant of the
UFAN process Is scheduled for
completion by Jly 1. Ladrs
and technical m- In the pulp


and paper industry will be able
to observe the pilot plant in
operation after that time.
This continuous process will
make further Improvements in
yield, quality and uniformity
over the existing commercial
methods, says Nolan. This pro-
cess e believes is a giant step
toward computer control of the
pulp mill.
"The UFAN process also el-
iminates the pungent odor as-
sociated with paper mills," No-
lan added.
Pulp digestion Is the process
of removing the stiff non-cellu-
lose material from wood fibers
so that the remaining pulp fib-
ers can be drained from a water
suIspsentn and wave thes-
selves into a paper mat which
is then revised and dried.
"The cost of Istalling the
UFAN continuous plpig sys-
tem would be omparable to the
coat tf ietaling old-style equip-
ment of equal pulp production
capacity," Nolan said.


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my -m WU8AO
A full time force t 12 engi-
neers, backed by thq services of
the University of Florida Cal-
lege of Engineering and two pre-
fessioal consultant firms, map
out the City of Gainvlle's
year round glae pr-
gram.
Six civil enaghsers, uandr Ce
direction of City bngier and
Director ao Public Wars C. F.
Angel, are responsible for main-
Eaining engineering programs
under the public works division.
Angel prepares a the strUet-
ural designs for the city as well
as sanitary umzsiaerh w o-
jects. Angel and Ausnla aM-
rector of Public Works Alm,
Hardin are licensed professioa-
al engineers.
Assistant City Enginer Gn a
Session supervises an it *.
department's r ejects while en-
ginering a Bob -
ad i T mas ha= -Ml a
and Vic dams fst at


the paving design for highways
and stret.
Tw11 ather and g,
Namc, reed at tre city's civil


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Precision Corp., 2M1 N.. MSh
Dr.
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parts for corporations suchb a
Sperry Raed. han reduced ta
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for "pry fM4; e a W

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it Florida's oS nsrbg efCagN
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By CHARLIE REID
Engineering research has
made Crom Corp. one of the
top prestress concrete tank and
structural builders in the nation.
Crom Corp., headed by Presi-
dent Theodore (Ted) Crom, and
Vice President John (Jack)
Crm, Jr., is a nation-wide busi-
nas and has offices at 212 SE
1st St., Gainesville. and 2M6
Bunkerhill Drive, San Mateo,
Cawlf.
Crom Corp. designs and builds
prestrmed concrete water and
sewage tanks accord to Sales
mmaer H. E. (Bob) Petr.
bty-egt pr cent of their
llmess is In the water and sew-
age field. The ether two per
mst Is left for Industrial appil-
eatins.
Th largest prestre d com-
a j.


polite water tank ever built in
the South was designed and built
by Crom Crop. in Decatur, Ga.,
Puder said. It measures 102 feet
In diameter, 48 feet 6 Inches in
height and has a 3,000,000 gallon
capacity.
There are three types of tanks
made: 1) steel; 2) concrete re-
inforced; and 3) prestressed
concrete. Steel tanks rust and
corrode, according to Puder.
Concrete tanks crack and leak.
By Incorporating a steel shell
within a guptt (comerete) wall
,aml greegragi the compeae
seetnle advantage sf each
component Is maintained while
eliminating the disadvantages
of steel maintenance, brittle
tension cracks and expensive
heavy wall sections.
Prestreuaing Is a process


which uses a steel shell with
concrete and wire wrapped
around it made to withstand
heavy pressures. Jack Crom
developed and patented a unique
prestressing machine which
wraps large single or multiple-
strand wire on a wall under unt-
form high tension of 149,0
pounds per square inch. The
machine increased the economy
of prestressing and reduced nor-
mal ring tension steel by more
than M per cent.
"Crom Corp. is also experi-
meating with fiber glass," Pu-
der said. "Fiber glass doesn't
rust or corrode,." .
"Applications of fiber glass in
the sewage treat t, Msld will
probably be ae d by patents
from Crom Corp. In the very
near future," said Puder.


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In the SthB is located hi Decatur, Georgia. It was designed sad
bmit by the Crem Cerperadem of Alacbma.

David B. Smith Solves

Water Control Problems


By MIKE POWER
When people want water, Da-
vid B. Smith Engineers' Inc.
help get it for them.
And water supply is only one
facet of the company's opera-
tion. Others are sewerage, in-
dustrial waste, and water con-
trol studies.
Smith and his staff have just
finished engineering a water
supply system for Flagler
Beach in which fresh water is
piped to the city from five
miles inland. Water nearer Fla-
gler Beach 'was too salty for
drinking, Smith said.
"We found the town had ex-
perienced practically no growth
primarily because it had no wa-
ter control apparatus. The wa-
ter tasted, smelled and look-
ed bad," he said.
Smith's firm, located at 716
E. University Ave., also com-
piled the feasibility studies for
both the East and West Gaines-


ville sewerage projects.
Smith Engineers Inc. recently
completed plans for an industri-
al waste plant for Newport In-
dustries in Pensacola. The
firm also serves as consultant
for the Alachua County Recrea-
tion and Water Conservat ion
Control Authority.
Smith is a 1938 graduate of
the University of Florida and
a former member of the UF. fa-
culty. He keeps in contact
with the university for job-hunt-
ing engineering graduates.
"We take talent any place we
can find it. If it's from the un-
iversity, fine," he said.
Smith's design engineer, Man-
uel Vilaret, fled frem Cuba
three years ago and is now
working on his doctorate de-
gree at the UF.
Smith said that when Vilaret
earns his degree, the com-
pany may expand into South
America.


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Solte thbe Engineers

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On the importance of being an engineer
Ever stop to consider where all of today's technological
conveniences and even the mirades came from? They're
largely the result of scientific Inquiry and engineering.
Take, for instance, two of the most familiar telephone
company products. The ordinary, taken-for-granted tele-
phone. Or the more exotic Telstar communications satel-
lite. Neither would ever have been possible without the
talent and hard work of countless scientists and engineers.
February 16 to 22 is National Engineers Week, and we
take this occasion to join with you in saluting these pro-
fessionals whose work is so important to us all.


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State's Engineers

Registered Here


Best evidence that Gaines-
vine is the state engineering
capital is the location of the
Florida State Board of Engi-
neer Examiners here.
currently located in room
m1 of the Seagle Building,
the Engineer Board has been
housed in that landmark since
It moved from Jacksonville to
Gainesville In In. Mrs. Ann
P. Clover is executive secre-
tary.
Registration of professional
engineers and land surveyors
as well as certification of a
gineers-ln-trainlng are the pri-
mary tasks of the Board, ac-
cording to Mrs. Clover.
The agency is a self-sumtain-
Ing project-coting the taxpay-
era nothing, anotd Mrs. Clov-
er. Income is derived from ap.
plication and annual renewal
fees, she msaid.
Ganesville resident and Dean
Emeritus of the University of
Florida College of Engineering,.
Dr. Joseph Well has had a seat
oen the five-member board
since IS=. He became secre-
tary-treasurer of this group in
1l and sting rletas this posl-
am.
*"The responsibuility st the
Beard," stated Well, "Is to
make possible the legal prac-
tice of profeessional engineering
Board must take such -easur-
s as would keep the unquali-
fled person from practicing en-
gineering," he added.
In maintaining operations .


MRS. CLOV R
the Board's budget for fiscal
13-M4 Is $63,11. All state -
wide activities of thbe Board
are directed by the Gainrville
headquarters.
Board members are appokat-
d by the governor to tour -
year, staggered terms.
by qualified personsam with a min-
imum of difficulty."
"But, at the same tiae, the


Clear


By PATRICIA WILKINSON
A new chemical that makes
city water sparkling clear by
removing the colored, cloudy ae-
diment is beig produced in
the laboratories of the locally-
owned Peninsular Chem-
research Inc. oa Wald. Road.
The trade name eamm be dl-
vulged yet, Presidea 0. Lee
Grdon maid. but the cdmmical
will be ready moon lar market-
age to municipal water treat-
ment plants. Gerdon said it is
more effective than chemicals
mew used because a smaller
amount is needed to "clear"
the water.
Company chemist W. Dur-
rell explained that oly e
drop of tie chemical In added
to every two Wmai drpi f
water. He sald Ut oampo-
ly smog mhe as0 -
ter that battles to.heo ilsm of
a lqMlt 4 erm cona t is

.-Se wedn a-sealt -NOk.
sle*," Darel said.
8athft e an nk"..-
iag how t weoe and how t-
ca- be uled by dHrndl types
of water treelntd pIla" is a
job hwo qaoeldh*l h water ~ .


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Researhing


giaeri ng. TiMs hb bem giv-
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o0 Black, MCw aI Iimea,
Goraon mal
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a chemical m amu bj ami
research company. Veseq cho-
mical a are r Me
Garden said. The compa w
organized am "o a&s Ae
Grd=n, owfo Itsa ~o m dm-i
b"rder, Si be t ONdb of
Fr-ors air -- u-vw
Paul Tarrant aL neow
jeor, the ceompaw% n fe mmta
The K36 e es bOtb %n
a Usbe mia"

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al. Some of tMe 5es
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S3Sedly. FebrU ry 16. 1964


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In


The


Old


Days


Buildings Here
Edward B. O'Kelley, consult-
ant structural engineer, runs a
one-man operation.
In a modern, two-room office
at IS S. Main St., O'Kelley
works by hielf, mainly for
architectural firms. He moved
to the elies Jut tan days ago,
and bk bea Is buase for
e aimmu sines Jasmmry, 1o3.
As a strbsural enaiseer, O-
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By FRANCES RION
It hasn't been so long ago,
but do you remember. .
When you drove in touring
cars over dirt roads and the
speed limit was 35 miles an
hour?
When you took a morning
shower bath outde dthe house
under a water tower?
Whm an electrically lighted
house had a -watt bulb In the
ceiling and a string hanging
down from it to turn on the
It hasn't been so long ago.
but with an the modern advan-
s made possible through an-
mesh. .me amost megeu
marvels at today's living are
emny takes for gn-dtL
Dr. Mlarla U. FIrama, a
mm whas is In ,e very midst
at de laslg moder mrace
her a1m as", ha s. lIe ha
- alith Dirastolr el the Un-
iw y a FlorIda's ngh~i
cflaus. meU Spear-old proa-
er a lecb~ri eageearing who
ca t. wllh -=erty I abeomt
0*. dtal eat n orbiting spow
- .cmJim Thm he
hab to s"pe th aiw with
rias In a ranch hose I
b n were not marked and
Could aS loStiesleffAIN*d gainm
Sat sealk
Dr. VU n st ja his cam-
fartable eaice mlplate wi th


ly knew it. And you didn't limp
along with a blown-out tire.
You would have to stop and
pump up a spare tire with a
hand pump and then get it back
on the car before you drove on.
"People complain if they have
to travel over any unpaved
roads. Sometimes in the 'old
days' you couldn't even get
your car out of a driveway
without the back tires bogging
down before the front tires
could make the road."
He told of one road which
was built like a trestle about
eight Inches wide with a track
for each wheel to run down and
side boards which kept the
car running straight.


"I was a olle ellow at abe 01=8 but I remember t h edl M
T pleas smtermed O ame and Stem hlingd to -Po them back
nlale.*-


puh-butt 9emmnicatlm d-
vie ooad as to et dse
w-aiodgiE boyhood at
he tmo.e feist which
S*-IrN hada l Bo-
Sla oig we id Ito, via
t Itrdl who thed g mas
aw., -sao -1. s"1s Tame.
B hsIF i related
IWe wM Start oat aflig
we were. VA- p i .nd wit
two b64" r thea-an ans
6"re bft sd m.wod eiel
tie as 'adiaeml Ir am
spare a the back et the car.


slow-oats -we- a problem and
quit tume -enmal
"I' we bhad oely thres er four
flats on the trip we thought we
were lacky.
"We traveled over dirt
bds at the top speed limit to
S miles an hour, and often the
rods wee muddy," he recall-
ed.
"On one trip after we had
travelled about S miles, mem
at new tires blew right off
the rim. These li tire. had
about S pounds of pressure
and when they blew, you sure-


He remembers the first cown
create road in his area. "It
went six miles and was a 11-
foot read. You could es I ly
drop ofe the side and the
shoulders were very bed," he
said.
"In a few years the joints ia
the concrete expanded and when
you drove over th 3 road you
had to bump up and down
from one section to the next.
They tried a kinds at ways
to remedy this situation Incabd
ing pumping mod under the low
sections at the concrete to try
and raise them to a better lew-
el. The final station was to
put cur down the side and
flinm between with smooth as-
phalt. This was in the lw0's,"
he said.


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