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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
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Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 19, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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o YeaW No. 171 GAINEVILLE, FLRIDA, WEDNtAY, FWRUARY 119.64


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To


Oppose


CAA


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'Arteriasted

Protested


Neve-wraklag ob uder y ofmtrmterag powerfl P aae gas.


Living

By ML TAILo
lboy say kghlafl"g mever
sibs twice e tho same
phe, but someming sot as
l occurred along U. S.
441, about a quarter of a le
ai d the Gainesfvile ty tli-
S yesterday.
A Wik taier wdeng abet
lRAIN pibS and carrying
abeut .M pllons of liquid pro-
pmwtS s abet i thum
the eupoive power of gsw
lie, turned as It attept-
d totn off U. S. 441.-
me. t, the chuee S k
happoft twke wftl two
days ai M bot mus are
ha MRetAce talik tbck
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MIAMI WASL. (AP)-
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Dangerously


2nd Propane
Truck Tips


of uprightng thehuge track
and ther trawferin the p-
a p an to mother truck
we till rethiog sig of
rddti yesterday when the one
overturned just north o Gaints


The one yesterday was driven
by James W. Booth, 45. of
Tampa, who was o injured.
Booth w attuWting to turn
f U. & 441 Nt 11U: a. m
to a narrw dt road that
ses some ra ad tracks
and tbm leads to Central Fiw
id Gas tak, whe Booth's
carp mlek dpadsded 1


wa ck bt to
pms to bowa and i


the railroad tracks "gave way
and. cmbled" whe the hot
rear wheels started to croes
I The culvert c bed onthe
, ri side -- smw ed the
, wight to the right
S "I felt it tartto go and I
, just gripped myself to the steer-
g wheel ada waited until it
' had uned owr," ad BtiL


Another tank truck the same
e was sen to the scene,
ad a anew c workers went
about the risky job of trman
ferringthe hiy flammable II.
quid from e truck to the oth-
er.
Mn of the d pine had
to be take of the overturn
ed truck before coM be up
rig l, said oper Ander
S.
Wie the m worked, a
p-Mr t~rom 1I Ga.-


ti e w trw ps
$ m SY IS. ft )


MA ow byi, EDab)o


Hospital Unit

Construction

Begins Soon
Work en Abda General
Hospital's mew pychistric nlt
shouMd begin wihin a monh.
hospital trAteM were to at
t6ir modtl meting yes
terday
Architectural plans are near
tag completon.
Plans cal for remedeoing a
section of the d hospital buid.
tag to bom psychiatric p.
tients.


UiwUppy l m of mtr
wes Ganesvie yesterday ap
pealed to Coay C n..
mn to aul devM lqh N. W.
I AMvm Wte etai'
o.ad myreMdo I aIk
ht"
A dde& Ion E atCeis,
may of tm others who
aid the traffic is ak ey how
ardous to school chlr, at k-
ed the board to epbal tahe
details the plans to foria
* Amvenue from N. W. ltrd
reet to Mil lopper RoLd
Members of the mmmism
explained at length that while
thy bed as intentuiu of tabh.
shW Mavy track and coain-
eial traffic, the road Is al-
ready a residential arterial
roo md needs to be wel.
ed.
Other alternate east-west ar
Marital routes are Uniersity Av-
e and 1th Avenue to the
-ewtg arthwest resaaltl


Support Andrews


And Richardson
By JAN CARVER
u an caNWvaIW
Dr. Edwin Andrews was drafted by a citizens group of
more than 500 standing, clapping people last night to
oppose Mayor Byron Winn in the March 17 city election.
Catag for independent can.
dids to r againstCivic Ac come the "new guard" and
tO Association (CAA) can&i oppose the CAA candidates
dai, the newly-formed cita Brumon, who Is a forman
group, headed by insurance at Cabot Corp., noted that
-m Jack McGriff, endorsed the CAA endorsement Is
Andrews and James Richard days before the March p qual6
ma, University of Forida fin ying deadline.
an profess He said the AA team would


Richardsm is opposing Arm-
old Butt, chairman of the Plan
Board, for Andrew' cure
seat the commission. Since
commissioners run at large,
Andrews does not have to seek
his old post and said he will
run for Winn's seat.
McGri opened the meeting
at the Buchbol Junior High
auditorium by explaining that
a group of citizens had decided
a public forum was needed to
discus the actions of the CAA.


Cost esms o the job mm r Edgar Jmohne Last week the CAA announ
aM from l m toNM L de. i egatan that while d it wouldendorse Wmn and
ftoeupmrNoobyte bd ws sine it Butt tad had aked them to run
tal mintm bne, vies t .o mainaiM M Aveue A S team.
Parts of it will be contractd for ME l traf they Speakers at the nearly two.
Mt asoM nt leave the eetig hour meeting oicluded attorney
i onmmaetieay, the fel tat k Shindid kM y B O'lealIner mayor
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Islanders

Flee Threat


Of Volcano


LISBON, Portugal (AP) -
Earthquake refugees from Sae
Jorge began arriving on other
Islands in the volcanic Azores
chain today as a hurriedly as-
sembled rescue fleet essed
an emergency evacuation.
The first 510 islanders taken
off Sao Jorge by American ad
British ships were put asre
on Terceira Island miles
away. The vessels th head
back tos I Jor efor more
Tum elh. l heavy .s-M with
34ot waves were delays the
Tremors also were felt Tues-
day night on Terceira and elm.
where in the mountainous
Asores, a Portuguese poessionm
in the Atlantic 1,000 miles
west of Lisbon. The quake
waves have wrecked or dam
aged hImudreds of homes on So
Jorge, but no casualties have
been reported.
Thousands of Sao Jorge In-
habitants fled to a port at the
east end of the island to await
removal. They feared the
quakes, now in their sixth day,
would set off volcanic eruption
that would destroy their island.
Telephone and telegraph com
munlcatims with Sao Jorge
were shaky and reports frh
the stricken Island varied. Some
mid virtually the entire pop
laUti of M, b had assembled
for evacuation; other reports
pot e number at about 7,A.
Gov. Teotmio Mace"do Piu,
whoe district includes Tereira
ad leeo Jorge, said the qukes
*n he Jorge were "gettg
worse ech minute."
The Portuguese -ON ageBcy
ANI said the tramon m Sa
Jorge were the result of a nw
velw building up a as
-e floor.

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CEDA RKT TIDES
THURSDAY-HIsh at 7 It a.m. and
4.3 pm. Lw at 12:44 a.. and


Weather Lashes


Rough

MIAMI (AP) A wqI hea
which preceded a cold frt
mo down the Florida Pea-
oaa Tuesday spawned a malm
tornado and lashed many area
with winds of more than 50 mils
an hour.
The Weather Bureau confir-u
ed a tornado report In Highlads


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GA SVUY WEATIR:
Munwipal Airport readings
for U4 hours to I a.m. today:
High U at 2 p.m., low A at
5 to I a.m. Rainfall: .6 inch-
ea.

TIMPHUATUREI EULSIIR


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Kaa City .........
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7 a .m
72 54 U4
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SI .20
A 31 .12
3 33A .
36 35
4 35
36 19
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MARINE Piso CAST
EAST GULF: Small CSt twanies.
NtortrW wind 15 to 2 kn
this Sta ew1nih a woeso-
aty. Shownmrs sM thui fee
clarng W0oMeavy.


Five-Day Forecast
Temperatures will range from I0s in the Keys. The normal
two to three degrees below nor- high ranges from the low Us
mal for the five day period in the extreme north to the 7it
starting at 7 p.m. tonight and elsewhere. The forecast calls
ending at 7 p.m. Monday. The for about one-half inch of rain
normal low ranges from 45 to from showers during the week-
50 in the extreme north to the end.



@bituaries

HILDA HART ANN SANDER&
Hilda Inez Hart, a fivefear- Services for Mrs. Ann Elea-
old girl who formerly lived innor Sanders, U. will be tomr-w


Archer, died Feb. 11 in Nation-
al City, Calif., after a prolong-
ed illness.
She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Hart.
She was born in California,
but had lived In Archer for
three years, returning six
months ago to California.
Graveside funeral services
will be at 2 pm. Friday in Ar-
cher Cemetery with Rev. W. N.
Harrington officiating. Williams-
Thomas is in charge.
Survivors besides her parents,
Include a brother, Harold, Ar-
cher; two sisters, Gwyn and Jo-


row at 2:3 p.m. at the Willi-
ams-Thomas Chapel.
She died yesterday at Lake
Wales Hospital.
Rev. H. Morgan Radford of
Lake Wales will officiate. Bur-
ial will be in Evergreen Came


She. had lived in Gainesville
since 192.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Frank, of Gainesville;
two daughters, Mrs. C. E. Mil-
ler, Lake Wales, and Mrs. Bar-
h.a- Mv..:i AI.L.. B._L.k


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Ann Knight, both of Archer; pa.1 IS M-,
ternal grandmother, Mrs. An. ad three sisters, Mrs. Chal.-
e Bell Acree Archer; and ma. mer Gill Mrs. W. W. Masters
tern al grandparents, Mr. and ad Mrs. George Stearns
Mrs. R. F. Dingman, Jackson- all of Jacksonville.
vile. The family requests that flow.


Pick Judges
For Little
Sister Contest


Mrs. C. J. Richardson, chair.
man of the Boys' Club Little
Sisters Contest announed to-
day that the judges and master i
of ceremonies are set for theI
Little Sisters Contest Friday at'


ers be omitted an contribu-
tions be made in Mrs. San.
ders' name to the foreign mis-
smon fund of the Lake Wales
First Baptist Church.

Jax Negroes


Face Charges

Of Trespassing


the Boys' Club.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) A
Robert C. Cummings, diren- dozen Negro mise now face
tor of the University printing trespassing charges in the latest
department will serve u mas- series of Negro demonstrations
ter of ceremonies. Judges for to integrate howntowa hotel
the affairwilli be Bob Hancock, and eating places.
director of public relations, Four were arrested Tuesday
State Plant board, Mrs. J. E. on charges of trespassin at the
Price president, Gainesville Wo- downtown Robert Meyer Hotel
may's Club and Ken Kenudy,!They refused to leave after be-
recentlyected president of the ug t they coul mt register
University of Florida student for rooms.
body. Four others we arrested
The cotest is set for % Monday at the ime hotel a
p.m. and irls who will parti- the same charg.
cipate arurged to be then at A weekend s tof m t by for
7 o'clock promly to t ready Negro minimers hto bem d at
for the affair. Girls will hbe jud- a downtown mris Cafeteria
ed n silet stal manners, resulted in their aret for tea-
poise forge a d gen l at- pusi. They mlied ton IMe
tractivens. TI cotest is op the cafeteria Aer th an
Sto sisters of Boys' Club mm mem t to ld thi y wwea tl
bers. Contest ru state thatbe served.
girls mut b I a or before Thl m nsts av i Twe-
Feb. 1 but caet ham 7 O a f day were M ed e Rhev.
befon Fiab mary t The P J. B. F. Wi T atrpte
iatSion a bke i n visor f the aMb tiMch;,
t&an 1r-day, Fb. X at Rev. K L W m; bey. M X.
p. Fraser; Se ad V. CW. NeatL
The Boys'G chair ir they we alg ed a their
te durcpdi S -o r Wlt wdk mSo re s ns al a&ched-
prwtdaabortePse rthprirkt uld to appe la M icdpl
bem colteti p beis i Court tky. U&b hr the
wt bAm& bi" A other mUlimrwe po*t
daer. powldT e y adeHMaot3.


State


amm reve am D& eo five man fm
rainm and moderate win a thel h. Raih al wi d o
front passed rough. forced a postpoement a o
Heaviest damage aPPeared to touram t at St Augusae.
be in the Orlando area where Some winddamage wu d
sections o roof were ripped to thcitrus op, molyUU y iUSv
from a Prebyteria church in ing fruit blown from the trees.
Aalea Par. Miami Weather Bureau fore-


Electric power to the Orange
Memorial Hospital was cut for
n boor, forcing the hospital to
use emergency generator.
A barge hauling a Saturn
booster rocket from Hutsville,
Ala., to Cape Kennedy was
blown onto a mudbank by the


C Mty we of Lake G &ee lww sm lafdlfd bitan .
chobse. It toched down briefly boar. M jui were -
everald tim about ix miles ported.
southeast d late bItokpoga but T'l ua line, ich moved
ued littMe damage andb no into Florida ely Tuesday
juries. amerin, d ched much of the
Other are reported that high state. Taflahastee recorded
winds from doe all Ne rip- ae r l le m of sram and
pe off rodtops, mashed plate nearly one inch fein Tampa at
Severe &unaderntm and tor-
Roundup pmd waniis wee poted for
big most of the diy. However,
the sqan line. in intensity
Sas u it moved towad the southern
utip f the state. I


Hijacking

Of Plane


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B C D Partly dm
through Thursday. Colder te.
night with low in 3 and
scattered frost. High Th
day in 50s. West and north-
west 15 to 5 mile winds to-
night and Thursday.
A-Geerally fair mis aftnad Md
lani -parly cloudy Thursnd. a
alo tfighfi wn, I low 3 to aL. hM
Thur.Wmny to 62. Mutiv wet
10 to 20 mllM i hour.
Thursday. Cooler might, l In 4L
EI I F-Party clouy thrO l
High Thursday 6 Ic 64. NerHwet-
fly 15 to S mile winds dlm mlnmih
ot and Thursday.
H I-Partly cloudy bw$' TNhia-
day. Clor tfwoigt. 4 to L Nigh
Thu'nd ay, it. do urawIAVy 1i to
25 mile wiOr dnilmilhinWe tNips ad
ThurSday.
J-C0omeff ctodilmess, 'today
boamng partly cloudy toniVht aM
ThuMrday. CoOler toeit, low IM Ak.
High Thuirdy 4 to 6 LtlNi-rs.
erly 15 to 0 Mil 2m w filn lnmll
tonight and Thuddday.


His war record includes serv policy.
ing as chief of surgery for the Hall, in an interview, said
U. S. Fleet Hospital 109, two Hodges' statement was "the last
years in the South Pacific, Sen- refuge of an incompetent."
lor Medical Officer for the Am- Gleason, in another interview,
phibous Training base at Fort denied his union is trying to in-
ierce. He retired as a Cap. fluence foreignpolicy.
tain in the U. S. Navy Reserve The labor leaders also are


day afternoon in Ravine Gar-
dens.


Insurance
Talk Slated


taicossA i f


Two More Ruby


Jurors Excused


ATTANOGA, Te.. (A By REIMAN MORNt After the first four prosp&e.
-J sATTANOGA, Tes t DALLAS (AP) Two more tive jurors, two men and two
e Teamsters Union, mauy can didates in Jack Ruby's women, were dismissed Tues-
S at i OR cha murder trial were excused today. Bell said he is "finally
S tep jurytampering day when they said they would and utterly convinced that a
hin es say .r not vote the death penalty for jury cannot be had here."
The ddm ah fn up mifheis convicted. IBut Wade said "two of the
the md ,ofnhey were the fifth and siA0!four actually did qualify."
the Added .T ri, W toa be called. *i "They had forr'- -%.
SNo jurors have been ate d opinions as to Ruby'
atd Friay et. eguit or innocence, ,
a Fridiy. chad, said they could vote the death
Thomas E. Parks, Negpo The two were J. I. Richardsad they could vote the death
andyman. at a Nashville fun. a purchasing agen penalty,four Wade said. "Two out
Shone, testified Tesday- and Jesse R. Jones, a fore. of four is abov he av erag red
the third ofthefive men on Thetwotowhomhereferred
ri withl toI do so. .Dist. Atty. Henry M. Wade,were rejec ted by Belli on
HA& .nd t.e O .. a in his usual in production to peremptory challenge-meanin,
Ss .. .. was not requi -
harget with gto fixt e questioning a prospective juror,
jury In the or leaders w said the state would ask that why he refused to accept them.
riali at Nash e on a con. Ruby be executed in the elec. Ruby is charged with the
.uirirc c"arge. 'm jA& tic chair, and he asked both murder of Lee Harvey Owald,
dS with a. a ,ni candidates whether "you have two days after the assassina-
Parks and t phew,Larry religious or concintious scru.tion of President Kennedy in
Capbell, are accused of offer aanst voting the death Dallas last Nov 22 Oswald
... g o, ... p.NP altvy" had been accused of killing the
f a juror in the Nashvie Both said they do have. president.
r i hi father voted for Ruby's chief defense counsel, Ruby, operator of a DalIas
ittal. Campbell, a Team. Melvin Belli, said he wished to strip club, seldom talks with
im b asin nt a Detroit, make a permanent objection to anyone at the defense table En.
Alsia I-daL 'excu sig prospective jurors on tearing or leaving the courtroom,
'Pirks, 4 said he never grounds that they would not re- he walks rapidly, looking neith.
knew Fields' father was on the turn a verdict of the death pen. er to right nor left.
Hofa jury. He said he once alty. In effect Disti Jdge oe
p d $1to Fields at the r. s leaves us with a panel Brown ruled against moving
s of Jam Walker, aNash. only of those with an afirma- Ruby's trial last Thursda, aft.
vin p heman who testified five state of mind on the death er several days of testimony
for the ent. Parks id penalty Belli said. About the outlook for getting a
Walker told hi "he needed Wade had told reporters that jury.
-, g._ -. ,f.,- .th Judie Joe B. Brown and de- Belli can renew his motion


m imrmatn and uhat he
would pay me for helping him
out to deliver the message for
him that he wanted."

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Truck

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eight feet from the nearest rail-


road track.
While the unloading operation
was in process, a freight train
rumbled by and the engineer
looked back and shook his
head.
The unloading operation was
completed and the truck up-
divk&th b..AI.k.L..A A n -


fense and state lawyers agreed for a change of venue, howe.er.
before court today that if a He said he also will continue
jury cannot be obtained from, to argue that anyone who wit-
the current panel of 750 plus' nesses the shooting of Oswald
150 designated specifically for on television is ineligible to
the Ruby trial a new panel serve as a juror.
will be convened next week. Belli contend Texas law fir.
Normal jury duty in Dallas bids any witness to a crime
is for one week. Thus the court from sitting on the jury before
would dismiss those called for which the crime is tried, Hl
this week and start afresh with says the television viewers of
a new group of probably 650 last Nov. 24, when Ruby killed
prospective jurors. Oswald, were "witnesses"


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Election
From Pa(?e I


Judge Eo vn overruled Bel-
li on this Tuesday,


Lucie County

Bids For
RBeahL


By TIE ASIOCApD PRESS Mitchneu. More man a nan foot HAVANA (AP) t dl Cas
A major sto"rn which hit of snow was reported in the Vir- tro's government said today it
southeast areas with drenching ginia mountains. is investigating the hijackig of
ain and tornadic winds swept a rivatin US ptane bh in
nto asternsec"a of the na- .Heavy owwarnings wereIn.a private U.S. p- l by twoa
tina todaydrmping v heavy sow effect for the Ohio Valley andCubs who forced the Amei.
.n manyamrs. mosfhe ^ middleand norfh caplu ot to fly to Havanaat
Snow depts of 1 inches were Atlantic states. Amounts up to g poin
eported in Harrisburg, include a foot were indicated in parts iu wa the first ad i by
ng foot in a 74our period. of the central Appalachians and Cuba that it liad th e g
Nearly a foot of ow covered southern New England. PipApacbTicl
the ground in Phlipsburg, n Rain fell in some eastern are. Tuesday morning on a flight
central Pensylvaia, and.n as during the night, with more plan to Key West.
ar urg W I. Visibility than one inch reported in Dela- There was no indication froam
was reported ateo aware, eastern Maryland and the government whether it
Allentown, Pa. southern New Jersey. would release the pilot, Richard
Heavy wet snow ell in moun- W iht, Miam i or retur
tain sections of Noth Carolina Gale warnings were displayed the of Me retur
with up to 14 in!es at Mount along the Atlantic Coast from The govern t statement
anpe asy,.. tor cmstport e said Cubans Enrique Castillo
More About into New England. Tempera Hernandez and Reinaldo Lopez
Ore ut imto w gl" per"aLim hret p..
turas ranged around freezing in chartered the plane and
Sof the snow-rain bet. told Wright they wanted to fly
C o n te st the stom Tuesday sweptto Key West, then to the
from Texas through the South-Flrida Gulf Coast town of

From Pa Ie 1 east. The drenching raise Naples, where he could drop
Changed to snow as the tom them off.
and the dignity of the individu- moved northward. Strong winds When Key West got the alarm
al." lashed areas in Florida, with that e plane was being hi
e said that in 196 he stat gusts of 54 miles an hour in Or- jacked, U.S. Navy jets were
He said that in 1961 he stat lando.Atornado struck a deso- sent up from the Boca Chica
ed it would be a source ofgreat late area near Lake Istokpog Naval Air Station, but they
satisfaction of the conseque in Highlands Co unty. faied to sight the Apache.
to the property owner and the r Wright is a part-time student
rights and the dignity of the Light snow fell in eastern at the University of Miami. His
individual." parts of the central plains and mother, Mrs. Floyd Wright of
He said that in 1961 he stated in the middle Mississippi V ey Miami said he had spent two
it would be a source of great while snow flurried in the Great ersflying charter planes at
satisfaction to him to partici.- Lakes region and in the no Eddie Martin airport at Santa
pate and contributO to the de- ern Rockies. Showers sprinkled Ana, Calif.
velopment of a greater city. the north Pacific Coast region.
"I have exp e i enced no Temperatures were near zero
change in my outlook or objec- in sections of northern New Azalea Fete
vies during the past three England and North Dakota but
years," he explained. readings ranged from the 20 to in M arc
The surgeon has lived in te inmost partsof the na
Ganesvie since He ha ti lea Festival and beauty natest
served two three-yar termsas is set for March here,.
the chief of ff, at Alaihu t for Ma here.
hGe al Hospital and is a past More About It'll feature 80 acres of bloom.
Ger i andl is La^ p ing azaleas and ranks of A .alea
bead of the hospital's depart- mrle nand robt ,. ale
m t of surgery.' He is the/ Queen aspirants. The annual
anesi ^ W Pheat i event is sponsored by the Pt.
a,& Electric plant # Hague. kaJyceea.
A graduate of Indiana Uni. -The weekend events start
varsity and the Indiana Univer- From Page March 6 with a talent contest
sty dool of Meicine, he. a I at 7:3 p.m. March 7 there'll be
eteranofWorld ar I and II. unions of trying to make foreign a parade and the Azalea Ball.
- .A ..-.. -.. 1;.., The Beeaul tadvco will ha Cen.


Food Poisoning

Talk Is Given

University Food Service em-
ploys heard bacteriologist Hugh


Mrs. Frazer asked the group eral aid unless the land was
to support independent candi- publicly owned. As a park the
dates with conservative prmnci- tract would be eligible for 70
pies and a positive approach per cent aid. If ot developed
to city problems. as a park, the aid. would be lim-
Murphree took is with.t ited to 50 per cent.
C's attack on the Utilities: The property was estimated
Department, terming it the fin- by the county to be worth be-


* is with 2 years' reserve angry at Hodges because the Aso. tekto nw e e a icnreS et in the state. teen $2soonoe and s75r 000
n rice. iMaritime Administration, under Roy L. Lassiter will speak anextende sanitation course He also commended City Man- Planing commit director
servic.the North Central Florida Ass now nerway.G
His professional memberships the Commerce Departmentciaon of Life Underwriters uter is with the St ager Bill Green and Green's Ney Landrum said this was too
include the American Medical granted Continental Grain Co. a when oit 'e Undwn ter Hlte rtht' k ae issuance of the building per- broad a range to work with.
An., Alachua County Medical waiver permitting more than 50 n meets a on Friday Health Department mi for the service station at committee received sev
society over which he presided per cent foreign shipping. f..ood laboratoies.w r SAE corner. The former mayor eral other requests to purchase
for two terms, Florida Medical Continental claimed it could said Green had no right to land or provide funds for coun-
An., Diplomat American not find enough U.S. ships of the 1 to Attend ourefue the permit request. 'ty projec. All were held up or
Board of Medical Examiners, right size at the right time and10 A ichar0son told the cro w fy j ..de-
rihtRichardson told the crowBduf
associate counsellor Southern place. i nsr i n that last week when he attend- These included:
Medical Ass.. American Col- Reynolds, who failed in an B UlAUig L oSntrUilon I ed the CAA endorsement meet- Bay County A request for
lege of Surgery Fellow, South- earlier attempt at a settlement, ing with Butt and Winn, "I felt *..-.. -z a k
eastern Surgical Congress Fel- began a new round of closed Applro ately 1 mu will of the College of Architecture like an orphan at a family re- on the Deerpoint Lake Dam
ow, lying Physicians and the conferences. attend thtwelfth nnal Short and Fine Arts, D. A. Halperin union." ,,.e Hihwav 231 crosses it.
Industrial Medical Assp. A spokesman for the maritime ourse for Building Officials to and Wofford T. Caldwell, both "The only people who have Sen. Dempsey Barron said the
Dr. Andrews is also a member unions said only Johnson's per- be heldat the University o Flo. Department of Buildinaked me to be committed is catwalk would be a boost to fsh-
of Phi Gamma Delta social fra- sonal intervention could resolve r mid on Feb. 23-. Cirti Bron D. S e ag the CAA," he said.' I am a ing and a safety factor.
tenaty, Phi Rho Sigmamelkical the dispute. The course is designed to Is- rwi t speaker on th indepenent candidate. I n Collier County A request
fraternity, Rotary Club, Amer- Gleason's longshoremen are t building officials in meet w day symposium, while assure you that I am going for 50.000 as0 per cent of the
an Legion and the Chambeir of boycotting four foreign ships ingnew problems of inspection J D Zeiler to write my own platform and cost of a 160 asre tract north
omanerce. scheduled for loading on the through broader knowledgeof wi ea ui the Db. I guarantee you a fight until of Naples with 5.800 feet of
He also has eattle d farm- Gulf Coast with wheat sold to building construction require n i- 'the 17th day of March." beachfront for public recreation.
ng interests in Alactul and the Soviet Union by Continental, ments and trends. It will be He said that while he is still Orange County A proposal
Levy counties and is a director The Continental sale involves conducted by the Florida Insti- Out-of-state speakers a n d developing his platform, he that the state buy a 6,0M-acre
of the University City Bank. about $ million worth of grain tute for Continuing University their topics are Buford Yerger,'would take a positive stand to tract 12 miles north of Orlando
He is a commissioner for the Other export licenses issued by Shudies, in cooperation with the Atlanta, "Federal Involvement assist business and the Univer- at a cost of $2 mllien to provide
Cedar Key Water ad Sewerage the Commerce Department Department of Building Con- In a Workable Program;" Hu- sity of Florida, noting thatthe the expanding population ofcen
District !could bring wheat sales to the struction, College of Architen- bert N. Caraway, Birmingham, CAA platform had no positive trial Florida with a vast recrea-
He and his wife, Elle, live SovietUnion to $400 million. Ire and Fine Arts, and the 'Code References Sources position on either. tional area.
at I1S N.E. 5th Ave. They The longshoremen's officials Building Officials Association of andUses;" and A. M. Camar- In accepting the draft An" Gov. Farris Bryant, chair.
have a sa, Rex, of Gaine say none of it may ever get off Florida. ano, Washington, D. C., "Am. drew said his current term ha man of the planning committee,
an a daughter. Mrs. Vern American docks if the deadlock Principal speakers will in. rican Lumber Standards in Efoften been "three years of head, announced that a seriesofpub-
Woo if, of Norolk, Va. isn't settled on their terms. cludeDean Turpin C. Banister feet." ache, but I will accept." lie hearings would be held in
"Iam conservative. I be- lower east coast counts to help
e1* 7* lieve in the integrity of govern-- the mnitteM a plan a etram.
CopTelsofn Kp mat frm the top down." An-
op ews ells of Meetin Kidnexplained. "I particularly
Believe I to local government" Gaineaille Smi
Dy JAMEM IACON a l"-to Mhour cal to return that Keenan was outside ft rear et oth car and did ie physician said e hbelidev-W 'e -ni
IM nwGELa IAP-Frea for further testimony if needed. parked car, Alaser hidmin sit look Ain the car. edtha ail lmtMes "are b Solwurday. and SAund moo-
Snakm Jr. is in odon today Loandon is a lhour transpolar te trnkand Sinutra nalm a "I wan n S at bnm the able ad hib met." t, aorvt .-
heMg the possibility that flight freo Los Angeles. the back aeat when Waidl ap-radb k lto see wha the man "I u inerey believe l the C101.
Frak r. will be hestar wt Keywitnes at Tuesday's es preached the car. w da d bla. I st uasl l lgiutyd thi a idaael saFlad ented a m- m l. .
em at tme trial threemm sin was Patrolman George Wendell said he was in a hat b heisto s rtoriantt~th mane t t. Ofa n fnT
churned with k apg the Wedel of Caro Citye, Nev, rowl car with flashing red Liar, uar gs we have, Mt a V"p," Aandrges 6 ewIle. Fir .
yeas Sger. polke. ueght, awmpamed by two eb. patufM g, he ad s mat lb sdid. ACUtI.ATO RAV W
S father wasmon cBl an He testilled that he ap er policemamat the tim. am 1i1M1s Ib car wI N mt He dMtbA thI n0 1Yy m C I .
di tiayr to testify. pI ch the alleged kidnap "As I pt et the car. I Frailk dlirta Jr. V d w* fr hdol* aoIg WWI .49-
A 1 4y mak-dm to a car s- m yards before it made the ammt: 'It WMba T ahe ddaeWga s th e 0gas -rlig r am -nd AtM. U
Imr's wh to attMan at reached a Nevada rodlock Nb the H s mal ae Mi t 1 M1 b 11 Lib (0 9WASA A stdre* J AI M mas li efto,
Saly h eem- lat Dec. L cdhat' Thmnhe m Mashid pMh didt to "a llo I9 hesl d aid sa.s .
emvm o n the eer Stiat. DefNalsn- Barry Keean. he caM make Ii s WCke vM sI y1 g al r's s o e&pin wa it t ftri:a o-
ral's a nW c a lsother day. 1k Joseph Amnler, S, ad JohnM Cy wile t che. I s ilte r No ta 'M wAtedm aA. mai om Aui
Yigb a tra. n der V a Irib ,4 are ccusd d kid- h, couMbn a1 m du tm o sl Y | a t bam Ial e Uaf 00 W m.OM -
tM t1 e revamped Tommy M yn g Sinastra oi that hicle.-" .Ta g m p by pA iB
luqwsr t *01 waa ivegr. wate mi houldmig hi for IMi. Uncer easi aahflili bht -Hl t be Sb l ( B
$mpo eruabimo to ei m ram Wall ad ar a flI
f~t Mh r Bo. He l a ara e b i ft i t b kas t.


Hoffa May

Testify

At Trial


caster Arnold Sugg said, "ime
tornado warpngs are kind of
tiy. But February adMarhu
more od months for mall twist-
en in Florida."
The forecast calls r cooler
weather today with ehilly ttm-
pratures tonight

Cuba Admits


Weather


gIl sorltly umeore 4p. m. t a pull of the tVa
Damages to the tank truck were voA L. rE o, tpuppetr
estimated at "several thous- string. TALLAHASSEE (AP) St.
and dollars." 'The truck is own- Klein cited Richard's qualifi- Lucie County's bid for dual-
ed by Redwing Carriers, nc.cationsas a finance specialist, purpose funds to obtain public
The tank trailer that over- noting that the commission was, beach and get federal aid for
turned near Starke was oper- being entrusted with the respon.beach erosion control is before
ated by McKenzie Tank Lines sibility for a budget of nearly the State Recreational Planning
of Brooker. It overturned about 9 million plus the $6 million Committee.
9:30 p.m. Sunday when the bond program. I The committee asked the
driver, Earl Mack of Starke en- "I don t want anyone long on county Tuesday to have the
tered U. S. 3 from State Roadtry and short on experece' beachfront, now privately ownn
37 and attempted to swerveto ld us through these fin ed and developed, appraised
north intoth e southbound lane. cial woods," the assistant demand clear up legal points.
Mack was not hurt and dam- said. "You can't entrust a com- The county asked the state to
ages were estimated at 3,0.Plexcity government to a bunch help it buy 1.3 miles of ocean.
Mack was charged with oper- of Amateur do-gooders." front south of the Fort Pierce
acting a truck with faulty Gresham said he felt that the; Inlet jetties. The county planned
brakes, it was reported. current CAA majority bloc was then to petition for 70 per cent
Trooper Anderson said Booth "anti-business" and was injur- federal aid in a $5 million pro-
will not be charged. ing the business economy of gram of erosion control.
the community. The county could not ret fed.


Stord Sweeps


Eastern Areas


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comig party cloudy SRightt M
Thursday. Cmlor. low teSht 56
. Mi91 Thunday -wiM 7. Neol
wetosy IS to U mie wld Ml
ihinw low ThurdAy.


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so today ... 6:21 p.
Sumnri lm orrow 7:;S a.,
MA wo tmowr-w 12. .M .
First QWrWafi trM 1:25 a.r
VISIBLEs PLANETS
Venu. M ts 9:614 .r
ard 11 flowmdI by Julpter, N4
mtwh It will be Juplter aet t
first, followed by VmtL


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WehedeY, uhmuAm 19, 1964


a.ans.. I1


HelpsStudy

Of Human

Deformities


Dr. AndHew la s Adm't
weer a "f t LBJ hol. but
he is a rae mof o.
he nir af Floida pe.
dirs peor i a part
Iatert in t vy Mel hard
of ctleo ie callubral Ex-
pe-rim st own thee.
Shetls J the Experimaet
Stato 's Researth Unit
are bs the gmete
of the herd; pdiatricias is
-dov" a R cooanetal
diase of d called HIt
Senr t both d Is a
als hberd of drf cattle
kan s Theyget
their uame frnm respiratory
diculty which tbm to
make a sorting whe
they breathe.
oe "ranch" is a in
liespre read at Universi.
ty's Beef dReearch off the
-teodoa Road rtib of
G avle.
Even when s e clm
qp, it' hard to i the
dds, red from Au
aml tfefirr parents, e f
Vons ad not Jusrobust
cahees.
.oeral years a at
the Uiversity of Dr.
Imbs (proouced asu w-
rence) began his research 'on
the hereitary disease
case pot- ue birth f
tie* *metal readatiom C
a Hrer's lyndroe.
It is a disae that affeets


Bashful Giti, a dwarf Herford, ignored Dr. Andrew Loris's orders to
look at the camera. (SM Photo by Tommy Lewis)
at the Aricultural Experim t with prgoylim. Ite nmost ob- her's syndrome who aldom
Station, ad his associates start. vious resemblance was in the live past theage of -esport-
ed breeding the rae herd in gar nta m urie analysis. eaced similar changes in the
1954 in metics studies of beef Other similarities showed up. heart valves.


cattle.
When Lrins me to the
Universly's College of Medi-


etie times, the same Utiesm he erd about Dr. Kogr's
that are involved primary in He also discovered the
rhmanmaltid arthritis and sdmi- cattle ad of the
lar dieaes. There is apparent- po of children afflicted
ly an Iherited deect in the
B mtabollm of the complex ai-
trogemntasifn sugars that
are part of the basic substanceld w a
of the connective tissues.
PResearchers discovered that
the dwarf cattle ecrete aba o-
ani lar amounts couple Race
sugars uas do humans. They be.
came ideal subjects for exper-i
meats. af (mrio n tkM
"At Cheago thecloest I ever IRLES OR
came to cows were the ones I
saw into pastures when I drove Sentor Barry
along the highway," said Dr. Godwa claims that he can
in as he picked his steps mt on approximately 450
cautiomly n the corral while re voter the presidential
showing off his dwarfs. nomination he Republican
Lorac got Introduced to the national d venton in July,
cattle by accident. It turned plus iu b "practkll
out to be a happy one. sure" vote This total, he
Dr. Marvin loger, professor said, did ot a votes he
aof nhnal science ad geneticist hopes to winks the CaliOe-


The researee found that dur-
ng the short fe span of the
attle seldom more than two
years their heart valves under-
went certain peculiar changes.
Heart and cardiovascular stu-
died showed humans with Hurl-


orders may contribute see.
re that cu assist trac-
ing the causes of arthrs and
other hery di mes
Dr. Lors and his colka-
gues believe Hurler victns lack


?r Claims Lead


for Nomination

ia, New Hampshire, and Ore- widely experienced ba national,
goo primary election. especially presidential, politics.
He needs 6S5 delete vote sla o e theother mn t f
for tde nomination, te idte c.ami cbn blm
are members of the "Draft
Goldwater said he had the Goldwater Committee" which
best ad most far- reaching worked the Seto behalf
campaign orgniatin theIong before the formal a-
states af any candida "in nmm of a candidacy last
my mmory" for this sap of moen .
the p idential cmpin One source said there had
He added that hbe planned to ben io questions raised
fight for.delegates in Neaw .sIm cot petence of the
York State, the political bse 'Arifa Mafia' to rm this
of his chief manounced rival,isow
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. It appeared much had beem
The Arizona Senator emet tmo'e a thea and to
here with state chairem ofT hise amI 'dft nute
campaign organization. The feeling anp draft Golste
main purpose of the meeting, vea w OnOftthe.mst 1f
bea.. "in-- m o clm wrtant of the latter group


*i me Ih
IairflJr b to meb
anm pea am ia aad
aO**I*U"f"h..,






ba m e a an m edo-l
&Mi. d d mlb isi
hl imil t dV Ri t be
phsbu d.1 -- od
ib ar 1 pu oe a a6 .
A dd e Rf v ay dma h p
dad by tWm dwar partl.
mrm w- h uaie
ad am teM b hdMil i


aty e uf ueicy t ir t

Wflet bLbtep aMs to at
to ta cebbe cailiam b

One of Dr. Lorins objects
bi Gigi, a l onab dwarf
Heefd with a wIMte face and
a loba di-poli.
Gigi is a typical rt. She
ia pead, hu sn m
foreni ad a s* ly mhap-
a hed. She uM tas jut ove
Siache amd weis abot
poudu -about a the shI o
a normal ftolgmn HBeefd.
Coyly, Gig allowed Oeet to
be coaxed out of the ar to
a pm to be pybrappeoi. She
bkaed her bhdl k dHniy
and cavorted awkwardly i the
corraL Her beat camie In
e omisrttyal dof hIn-
a- with Hauerk' queume,"
Dr. Loriit said.


Inm,- 01 11


" 16,1*hk 1876Amw


betqhiAtbbeahsye
eM, Dr. lArkm elmis=
tur a bhi uom. wI
-on" Iu

Dr. Wl remuSI

aiddi Vd bU le uthe N4l


h


Egg Market -u K mosly 4; MW
/t 4 3, mostly 41; manl
JACUlVULB (AP)-North ; motly .
M It a Mbretprke;
to e tarlky at fa: byen 14;
saln lim ft oaly 4; hi nght s4.


S GAINIESVILLE FAVORITE NOON
d> MEAL SPOT IS
" tamandla'
S wlT r UMIYY AVINUI
he.


he
of


Every day the American public buys more daily
newspapers than all the paper match books given
away free.


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There's pity of ooms othe reor of
a VW Station Wagon became there's
no front.
The whole ithingisrear.
Beginning to end.
Except for the number of seats (o more
91,you'dswearyou werein the real thing.'
There's almost as much headroom as
in a real bus, and 21 windows to go
around.
The VW is narrower than a real bus,
but the doors ore even wider.
And if you'd lie a genuine, bus-type
older to pace up and dows, ls yours.


MILLERBROWN
INC
1030ELUmIhwnyAY.


The really staggering thing is how
much the Volkswagen Station Wagon
can hold.
Not quite as much as a redl bes but
almost twice what goes into a regular
station wagon.
, Which is a pretty good trick, conud*
ering that the VW is 4 feet shorter.
' IThe VW is the only bus that can paok
In a bus stop and still leave room for the
bus.I
> Outside, the VW Station Wagon may
be frontless.
But inside, Its less.


MOTORS

P1MM 372-3582 "


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Nowl Proof that very early weed control builds extra corn yield


lact eonbdl of erudy weeds In am
on you a reel appartMnity to ams
ea profit ly tins g weed corm-
petition during oh feiat three wees of
comn powith, you an add as many m 29
am bush to ymer yied at hI
kasin d--ep-r Od Mui hAM
-eI.L
The udt als ow6a tt tA O
ee to riweed conul...M
second chae to produ the cop-
redeSi lw ar on in the ueem u I
weemk ae dmo-dacompete with uin
hr doe i dume.al iunben
l er.,.* aS a be eaSeb

,sbed a wmeb t dalm
If f t I Iosy d rn*
-'- ., ilu--eld- em .

SMor d iueO eW) poMtheM a

0 sqmalqnor sialuewmx4l




we a -Um elandim -e'




A m wee tS -Singewr ie
M n i aibet wheNW


- I 1 -


l'i Inche high. The spray won't hurt the
yong corn. utyourwea problem will
be eliminated quickly...hcisae Atraines
works through both the flWa and fooM
of newly emerged weeds.
Its easy to gIe your corn the advan-
tup of weed catil with AAine. Moad
plays deuined for the trm an be
ued to do the job, or a auom appia-
lor an do the job for you.
Alrine w you a onepay control
Mpm"o...aneficieflandtimne-savil
Vy I and your weow prade
Addd Msbduft g dry uWsr
le a dry yr, corn nmes ery bit o
msure and plant fd It an p. An
early and though jb of wdaed control
with anisne eia added sN Od
wued copfiw in doien pW pe
WM mo a clare W riial feaor.
Deode AntliU Ow your coMn
ftlston of a leds wad dcor
oi-can st mw nl is weed0 pa
u.utn from ptOt w to hn ed
A* yowu v l*er W l dbaid
or new color lihelst sen e ac.
el wil Alina. Or ile o Gar.
Sft low irt l mieM
a 1r1" AMidUe M VOL


inm.sses'emSe


qrjI


Dwarf Cattl


Plenty of room at the rear of the bus.


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almevb sea


weees, Februaw 1yt 19*4


The line between namecallint and
fair criticism is a subjective one and
tends to bend a good deal in an ele-
tion year. But if Americans wish to
continue living, there is one name
which they should learn to stop tou-
ing around, at least at a president
4of the United States. That name is
"coward."

The president is master of the awe-
Some nuclear arsenal. He alone in this
.country could throw the world into
-thermonuclear war. This I a fearful
-responsibility and an unprecedented
one, all the more dangerous because
the U. S. is committed by a host of
treaties, guarantees and moral obli-
gations to a threat of war at 40-odd
points all over the globe.

We have a great deal of respect for
Senator Thruston B. Morton (Rep.,
Ky.) but we think he stepped far out
of line when he told a recent Repub-
lican women's rally in New Jersey
that Presidents Truman, Kennedy
and Theodore Roosevelt were brave
in crises, "but when the tall Texan
(President Johnson) was asked to
stand up against Castro (over the
Guantanamo water supply), he chick-


It is possible to criticize President


S L ,t mU O. PmiVs i -
PSENth; PAT CWUL". Tho hod
m anltu Aftai'w. a. l)I
rno* 3*Iruil WI TUSX
Uso. Ti" P. Me sm"


Johnson for doing too much or not
doing tough over Guantanamo. He
had a rough decision to make and
he made it'Thei was certainly no
cowardice in his decision.

In an earlier Cuban Crisis, a Texas
newspaper publisher critized Presi-
dent Kennedy to his face for leading
the American people "on Caroline's
tricycle" instead of a white horse.

President Kennedy f"ed awesome
decisions (which can be and are cri-
ticised) at the time of the Bay of
Pigs invasion in 1961 and the naval
"quarantine" in 194. But there was
nothing cowardly about his decisions.

John Kennedy was a fighting Irish.
man, though fortunately a remark-
ably cool one in a crisis. Lyndon
Johnson is a fighting Texan. Nikita
Khrushchev is from the border of
Ukraine (which means "border coun.
try" and is the Texas of Russia),
and he personally is a scrapper who
has lived long with danger of a very
personal sort.

Taunting men like these with the
charge of cowardice when they have
at their back the ghastly host of nu-
clekr-tipped intercontinental missiles
is just plain anti-social.


Those Beatles Aren't Confused


Evangelist Billy Graham (like most
of his generation) was puzzled by
the popularity of the Beatles with the
teen-age set. Afte studying their
first television performance in this
country, he concluded they repre.
sented "uncertainty," "confusion"
and "escapism."
Not bad for a square. For Ameri-
cans, the Beatles do represent escape
into a strange new world.'The Beat-
les, who are anything but confused,
are aware of'this and make the most
of it. For their appearances here
they let their shaggy manes grow
much longer than they had been
wearing them in Britain and turned
into caricatures of themselves. With
their British "teddy boy" clothes and
their British mixture of restraint
and bravado, they might as well be
men from Mars.
Yet in Britain their appeal is quite
different. There they are authentic
Liverpool youngsters-brought up on
American rock and roll records, but
transmuting them into genuinely
British "Merseyside beat"--mooth


and restrained by American rock
and roll standards, but far out by
British. Instead of men from Mars,
they are the boys across the street.
We hope the Rev.: Mr. Graham
noticed the genteel Victorianism of
their lyrics and the good-natured
grins under the mops: of hair.
At their first press' conference in
America, they had difficulty getting
a hearing, the admiring "screamies"
were so noisy.
"Aren't you embarrassed by all
this lunacy?" someone: asked them.
"No. It's crazy," said John Len-
non.
Q-"How do you account for your
success?"
A-"We have a press agent."
Q-"What do you think of all
these kids skipping school to se-
you?"
A (Ringo Starr)-"Whatl It's not
a holiday?"
Q-"What is your ambition?"
A (George Harrison)-"Oh, we'd
like to go to America."
These young men aie not confus-


Voice of the Peo ple

- -On The Sun's Opinion Pagea
0iien e e mmAs S o mfSoe u sd w m l s Ie s b s YIesV O t he h rel s LAitn
SM S ase Atss~ sd ** oo As w*L o sth Ms i h o with f heNiOI 's wuo A kmfteA "s
M s .Mi 500 j void s .d ehe ho ve ilfs ssb. i, bsb.w Ts.s .ho
"S.Mmro Mo rle s slt Msm koe s. w isshaM ks k i otesig it vesT mac g


Still Likes *ar w* th* ms d
Dogs But... ant.
--- TOR, Sun: I've been The friemlMas iter
bswg the controversy the dopu r thk uMhas
tm our pwedu- for mthIR to B w o eIry.
eush law Jk iSo tefea fgh o I g l t
iatlst. Mt UL- a l .e ly -' inf aer
emetioineetnelages. Pai. -
".AlthfISouhI nI Idabt-i i a, I
I Iethea ab ThAlse aW ru'ftelaiq M M a
Sveairal any Eih.ghao' i a b farof Mau athrw
S they' a-nyi -.. wht'Iv cdeau o a- Ih
adte be sam ai*h a*: frtz* a Nt gartep ai


tUhat d been tly sat
terd by ai of my neighbor-
hootWs riey, though* h w
ervised pooces. I a
Int t. itbugb it couM
have ho a uiqy osid
Antam. mPag a dits
made by ie heaAw-i
pSt 1)* onr am*
SW** -bte tt amwnu
wlhmnfth iq 4e

MLu iOSn


'wI . ..-, a


Is to ot affi
*o' ti P "l 4


)ONSIENCE


THE


south


flat's Bttfw
imivi Cttw


THOSE WHO are most
easily retrained are, of
course, those whose skills
have become obsolete. They
can, for the most part, learn
a new one within a short time.
For youngsters the Kennedy
plan proposed, community-
action programs. The basis
of this is education. It envis-
ions, of course, training for
the new technologies. Com-
munity action will include re-
vising the old trade, or voca-
tional schools to meet today's
job demands.
In 157, at the outset of the
second Eisenhower term,
there was a shrp recession.
Uneatnioyment in that year
was 4.3 miion. About i per
cent of tee ers e te
labor market that yer uram
jobless.


REMOVES PROTECTION OF VOTING


Cha:


aIUEOMIR &WI.


=Ta SmS POlU


I. Report a M nomw Amly and mnprs ny d Ion t now column.
2. ErM th opiom of th& Sun iw-but lay in-ediW ls
1. Mfthi a-o nd. of wrn camrwr ra.
The WSe ISihp m: AN DeptlSlnb-372.441
We Ads-376&672 _


Name&Caning vs. Fairness


By RALP GRILL
I hMb Whilo Psa
Of Go AduM, fl.>,n OiMOM


The Last


Sentence


Disturbs

It was in the lest sentence
a the 10th paM rap of a
labor Departme release
stating that unnspployment
rose 710,00 in January that
one found the most dishub
statistic. The paragraph said:
"Among the jobless t
number of men seeking work
remained about the same as
in December 4.3 per cent.
The figure for women was 5.5
per cent compared with 5.3
per cent in December. There
was a similar rise of two-
tenths of one percentage point
- to 14.9 per cent in the
number of unemployed teen-
agers." .
Most of this rise in teen-
age unemployment is in the
area of dropouts and those
who have graduated from a
'igh school that prepared on.
ly for a college they never in-
tended to attend. They do not
have a skill or any technical
training.

TODAY WE are beginning
to understand that it is the
groups that make up the total
that are more important than
the total itself. bviously, if
married men with families
are unable to find jobs they
ar a more critical problem
than are housewives, single
men and teen-agers who can-
not find work.
President Kennedy, acting
on the advice of former See-
retary of Labor Arthur Gold-
berg and on that of then as-
sistant, now Secretary Wirtz,
was the first Chief Executive
to stress that we plan pro.
grams tailored to fit the needs
of special groups. President
Johson also has adopted the
idea. The hard core of per-
sistently unemployed are un-
skilled workers, illiterates
and those workers whose
skills have been displaced by
machines. A further distin-
guishing feature of this ba-
sic social and economic illness
is that a heavy majority of
these are Negro.
President Kennedy's com-
mittee planned a combina-
tion of retraining and adult
education. A beginning has
been made. One of the melan-
choly, but not unexpected dis-
coveries has been that many
of these persons are too poor-
ly educated to take training.
Their vocabularies, for ex-
ample, are too limited fully
to understand what the in-
structors say.


Court

4 ARTU O
WMIGT- MTe Sbeo-
p- Coart's adM ion
tm" tha Ci m

thesaof ts iBes a(
U. ma..li wEl have
far g inalr ih

ils t m i the i
S et is s an A.r

*seWM e*f t --- -.
ta d'iSaserrity,atig"e
nsr s frm impoe dlto of
do i h w mil current,
rot- maUorites.
7k mreing o-
tion of thee in orities is
bW e the pwrs ofd the. S.
pree Court to declare mcoo-
sttutional- the grait of two
United States senators to each
state regardless of the size o
its population. For this pro-
vision is secured by the fol-
lowing words in Article V:
"No state without its con-
sent, shall be deprived of its
equal ituferage in the Sen-
ate."
THE EFFECT of this
week's detsio on political
action, lmwever, are potenti-
ally enormous. By rem-iring
'that congressional election
districts must be as "nearly"
equal in their voting popula-
tions as is "practicable," the
Supreme Court ruling will au-
tomatically increase the num-
ber of representatives of large
city counties and decrease
the number allotted to the
areas of lesser population in
the apportionment of congres-
sional seats by the state leis-
latures. This will assure that
the house will be dominated
by the urban and suburban
populations, thereby reduc-
ing the numbers, and hence
the present influence, of rural
areas over national legisla-
tion.
Even more importantly, the
decision will assure that a
greater number of presidenti-
al electors will-be chosen by
the urban masses, which will
u elw nmreweiiht tn the reMat


1968
behove


/


is W ing

administration cld remind ington
him that a sident who try.
stood mute idst scandal This
narrowly avo being de- still n
feated and election with dent
less than a ity of the the e
total vote. It said there is so wi
not enough before elect- the R
ion for the c ism in Wash- wer.


eity counties ith e outcomes
o pe i l electim. 'at
is becM Article n (1) pr.
vim t at he p~ aidatia
etctral voe of a state shall
be epal tohe inb er of its
lestan id repm -

I M Nf INS G the epl-
me ppmla principle to
1 al of congre omal
ri t, the Suprem Court
al wrote a logical sequel to
its preI s decision "Baker
v. Carre which declared the
is "justiciable" by the
cour. This pspect was gae-
erally diregarded at the time
become "Baker v. Carr" ap
plied u ly to the districts from
which mmbes of state legs-
laituem are chosen. But state
legislature make the appor-
tionmet of the congressional


Cynicism on Baker


By RICHARD WILON
kef, Cawles
Watsh BureaM
WASHINGTON Presl-
dent Johnson's administra-
tion has had such a fine be-
ginning in general that he
may not have correctly as-
sessed the intrusion of a note
of cynicism in the public re-
action.
It should be warning enough
to Mr. Johnson that some-
thing has gone wrong when
newspapers of such establish-
ed integrity and responsibility
as the Washington Star and
the New York Times devote
so much space in the news
columns and on the editorial
pages to Mr. Johnson's rela-
tionship to Robert Baker.
This attention is not inspired
by any desire to embarrass
Mr. Johnson politically or
otherwise. It is due to the pos.
sibility that what is seen in
the Baker case is only the
tip of *e iceberg.
BAKOl WAS SENATOR
Johnsons lieutenant in the
political operations of the
Democratic majority of the
United States Senate. Baker's
financial, business and soc-
ial operations while in this
weipe relationship wth Mr.
Joko.m are 'fascinating in
theiselves. The gift of a ster-
A set. Mr. Jobeon adds the
Ntse illip that faes pubic
stem Bhot askOr is morn
A a o i&am ering of what
1UiWse is aB about.
Nab*y i official life


Today's total of teter, iliesh to lk abo
and youngsters i their "Alitteld
early sislorgpr tam0l7 lya flik m i-
beeae of ltre rth aie rim Wnit, te b"
duriw ad flint wAsee.. er e the bIIIv
end ierld war. The it s j e 1t
tour oyai lm I -The fliae
mi I skhilgk ld i awSlij
l Shtoil;i"aI ir Ws'I
eIa.o deqert elets o C


.4r0 n amg m tea IP doeorp


it i least
i and hard-

erm Dirk-'

lk ME-


W eWa&,4mwfes


."We're going to start training for theI
Olympics right now. First of oil, how to
seas. ..."


techniques, where special and
inexplicable relationships per-
sist between congressmen
and lobbyists the area, in
short, where the public inter-
est becomes entangled with
the private interest.
For many months the curio-
sity about this shadow land
was largely confined to Wash-
ington. Baker himself was un-
known in the .country as a
whole. President Johnson's
name had not been mentioned
publicly. It looked as if the
Baker probe might blow over
or remain of mere intramural
interest in the capitol. But
there are increasing signs that
the Baker probe is arousing
puzzled interest and concern
throughout the country. The
Johnson administration has
been slow to sense this; or, if
not slow then determined to
let the sensation wear itself
out.
T111 HAS GIVEN the
President's opposition the
opening it wanted. Tens of
thousands of anti Johnson
broadides have been ordered
by Republican congressmen.
They show President John.
se with his arm around Bob-
by Baker and surrounding
this picture are scores of
headlines on the various
sensations in the Baker Case.
Mr. Joeon is being remind-
ed f the declaration eon edthi-
cal conduct he sponsored in
the Senate and of President
Kennedy's injuntions against
federal employes accepting
gifts.
The atmosphere in Wash.
ltow is growingly conori-
om as the President cuts off
questioning on the Baker
case. A key witness finds his


i tegrity impugned by official
WSMtl. dirnes dog out by, or
a t i ld outi to, a widely readl
tkrc e-iMLt In -M quarter
tli; df S1 atra o the witae it

n lblgbe lu
maur warmg thati
iSple nd toerely u
rpuh, ed al tdr pugt h-d
A a d e M ore uad M
1a is bigg hto that t. o

bUer

= tWbu
s g ab
.sowbs
d byd
vw oreP


d.ri.ts. And it was o tis
pot di litilgants in G .
& NMw York and oler
rates rried the broader is-
ma to the Supreme Cou and
obtained the outright ling
i favor of the equal Wiht
voting priptle that w only
impicit in"Baker v. Car."
The majority of six justices
had to-il something new in
the original Constitution. and
take me liberties with the
views o James Madison, to
buttress other ruling. But, as
in the school segregation and
several other landmark cases
deded since Earl Warren
became Chief Justice, the ma-
jority fortified its position with
mother elastic interpretation
of the 14th amendment.
TUE "LAW" OF the deci-
sion was that the Constitution


"arena" Monday. and chang-
ed the shape of future politi.
cal action by fundamentally
changing the rules of the
game.


Russian Reds are buying
grain by the millions of bush-
els and the Red Chinese have
just ordered 200,000 bales of
Mexican cotton. Communism


Vnter and successful farming just
elver- naturally do not seem to go
together.
(M


, ,. c..... ...


to LBJ

to spread to the coun-

s may be so but it is
o reason why the Pres.
should not reassert now
thical principles he was
lling to prounee when
republicans were in po-


Birry's Humor


Unlike His Politics

0 iN larw k frsint
By CHARLES MOHR
RENO, Nev. Sen. Barry Goldwater may be a political
conservative but he is something of an innovator in campaign
humor.
The jeerful, extroverted westerner isn't afraid to bet that
his aua"nces will like, not disprove, some mild irreverence.
The.sther day in Minnesota the Priora Republican said
he entd the state's many lakes. He added'
"0(q where I come from we have so little water that the
trees o the dogs."
Gwter's casipaia huen is lot always saecosfull,
lbt it lever staffy. In a p rl ease in New Hampshire
he b b khe had eace ieei aked I New York If be were a
hlgor a low Epimella.
"Isk me on Saturday night," Goldwater said.
reference in a perish to weekend drinking left most
of Us Yankee audience cold.
When discussing the question of whether there is any such
dg as an indispensable man in politics, Goldwater some-
ties tells a story about a seven-anded poker ame in his
Mne town of Phoeni. The games members were outrag-
eaisly clannish, never extending an invitation to an outsider
ti play. One night one of the players fell dead da heart at-
As he six others bet e te mdy, y. of he asked,
'what sall we de?"
S"Tahke t e tm ad IShrees d ss aid aMibal r.
Whe Goldwater told thisstary in the predomnanly Bap-
t st et sedcti North Car" i. a Caroa newmana
S his head and vnure d a doubt ftt dicueon of cards
'jand gaeblit g Im any eloati, was a wiW ide t the coastal
1 bell.


[I


GoMdwter aels metimes refen to his Jewmh btakgnmd
(t father w Jewis, hi mother an Episcopaha) i an t -
diet way. *
He Sly thet he first adnced the ide4 fivi m
income tax l to paetIs usdiu g children t igh pei
and that Saler Ara i A. Rbiciiff, who a Jewis, th
"cimpael es it.
GgiM Wter codeM, "WA ~i t me of our boys wA

Agai there is Ml* a felm d by laughter.


b SO"an ol*i pr, GelduesW

Iw-
ato WE M to6'fb 7 at se M" Mbwte
eON iWrter reee a ered the ue of Ipiilsh the
Jle ad msM. l b wr mver te hat oe to a ltiin
Wmen Ctatoni ny.


9:


-'.


BELOW OLYMPUS


Rules

has not reserved to Congem
plenary supervision of the ap-
portionments of state and na-
tio na I legislative districts
made by state legislatures;
that, Congress having ignored
since the 192 reapportion-
ment, the abuses of the equal-
weight population principle In
Article II (1) of the Constitu-
tion, the courts have the ob-
ligation to enforce it.
This drew one of the most
powerful dissents (from Jus-
tice Harlan that has been
heard in the hig court-room
for years. He pointed out that
Madison, a prfcipal witness
for the majority, had never
questioned the plenary power
of Congress ever the issue of
districting, and that Monday's
decision leaves only 37 of the
members o the present House
legally in $fice.
HE A USED the major-
ity of manufacturing g out of
whole c th" the constitution-
al authority it assumed, "sub.
stitutin its own judgment for
that o Congress." In a blaz-
ing f t-note Justice Harlan
said t the court's 'nearly
as is/pr a c t cable' formula
swe s a host of questions un-
der he rug," and that its
"w le hearted but heavy-
Ied entrance into the poli.
ti I arena" was an act of
propriety
A Nevertheless, the majority
ook over command of that


By ly Irleadi


V /
. A I


THREAT LIES BELOW ICEBEiG'S TIP


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fIa YMi. t.san T Uas-


TI aN'S OUCY


1. report ta M uly and I n^aly in te nws column
2. s the apiniom of the Sun b-but oAn i -adtali
o. CtjAMNh all a. of lnwoSS saontw ham
The S oM's qpl..: AN D-paissM-872-8441
WNm Ads--7Fa4672 -


Name.Jing vs. Fairness


The line between namecalling and
fair criticism is a subjective one and
tends to bend a good deal in an elec-
Vton year. But if Americans wish to
continue living, there is one name
which they should learn to stop tore
ing around, at least at a president
oef the United States. That name is
"coward."

The president is master of the awe-
isome nuclear arsenaL He alone in this
country could throw the world into
-thermonuclear war. This Ui a fearful
-responsibility and an unprecedented
one, all the more dangerous because
the U. S. is committed by a host of
treaties, guarantees and moral obli-
gations to a threat of war at 40-odd
points all over the globe.

We have a great deal of respect for
Senator Thruston B. Morton (Rep.,
Ky.) but we think he stepped far out
of line when he told a recent Repub-
lican women's rally in New Jersey
that Presidents Truman, Kennedy
and Theodore Roosevelt were brave
in crises, "but when the tall Texan
(President Johnson) was asked to
stand up against Castro (over the
Guantanamo water supply), he chick.
ens."

It is posbihle to criticize President


Johnson for doing too much or not
doing enough over Guantanamo. He
had a rough decision to inake and
be made it 'The was certainly no
cowardice in his decision.

In an earlier Cuban crisis, a Texas
newspaper publisher critized Presi-
dent Kennedy to his face for leading
the American people "on Caroline's
tricycle" instead of a white horse.

President Kennedy faced awesome
decisions (which can be and are cri-
ticized) at the time of the Bay of
Pigs invasion in 161 andthe naval
"quarantine" in 19M. But there was
nothing cowardly about his decisions.

John Kennedy was a fighting Irish.
man, though fortunately 4 remark-
ably cool one in a crisis., Lyndon
Johnson is a fighting Texan. Nikita
Khrushchev is from the border of
Ukraine (which means "border coun-
try" and is the Texis of Russia),
and he personally is a scrapper who
has lived long with danger of a very
personal sort

Taunting men like these with the
charge of cowardice when they have
at their back the ghastly host of nu-
clekr-tipped intercontinental missiles
is just plain anti-social.


Those Beatles Aren't Confused


Evangelist Billy Graham (like most
of his generation) was puzzled by
- the popularity of the Beatles with the
teen-age set. After studying their
first television performance in this
country, he concluded they repre-
sented "uncertainty," "confusion"
and "escapism."
Not bad for a square. For Ameri-
cans, the Beatles do represent escape
into a strange new world.'The Beat.
les, who are anything but confused,
are aware of'this and make the most
of it. For their appearances here
they let their shaggy manes grow
much longer than they had been
wearing them in Britain and turned
into caricatures of themselves. With
their British "teddy boy" clothes and
their British mixture of restraint
and bravado, they might as well be
men from Mars.
Yet in Britain their appeal is quite
different. There they are authentic
Liverpool youngsters-brought up on
American rock and roll records, but
transmuting them into genuinely
British "Merseyside beat"--smooth


and restrained by American rock
and roll standards, but far out by
British. Instead of men from Mars,
they are the boys across the street.
We hope the Rev. Mr. Graham
noticed the genteel Victorianism of
their lyrics and the gool-natured
grins under the mops of hair.
At their first press .conference in
America, they had difficulty getting
a hearing, the admiring "screamies"
were so noisy.
"Aren't you embarrassed by all
this lunacy?" someone asked them.
"No. It's crazy," said John Len-
non.
Q-"How do yen account for your
success?"
A-"We have a press agent" -
Q-"What do yew think of all
them kids skipping school to's
yeu?"


A (Ringo Starr)-"What
a holiday?"
Q-"What is youew mbil
A (George Harrison)-"
like to go to America."
These young men are no


Voice of the Peoj

On The Sim's Opinion Pagem.
oWimM amen fl SeeM s em elsame im te Vei l the P plen ci
7. u he S O e s Ie t e $ ~ s- d N .M s w E h b Rf h a U i w a ed. A
-$ e xeed owt ard a mase we o ash -M ideb sa P gem
-IS mw ithM Is *t y me h a ishos.ilba kls. wigow
IIan.


Still Likes
)Dogs, But...
"-eTOR. Sun: I've been
aswiqg the cotroversy
jo our s Med amdsor
-e msh law Jka aibS
-eth3S. It h "ir. il
-me tireme tw if bt


ward We t4-tM- mss do
- friendly ad e pe
at,.
tv e frtiear No "Wier
theM doeuor tis VM
mi to 4i with ow ery-

&IN' --*


- AMthoughI*ds autowa b&h1iie-niehms.iNr, I
I like the anmb lWe;- tiuisem p iw Sltir a
several in my uinighh t W A law r fwaeb a hour
ad they've alays 1stlWt.-I de* u the on-
atedo the s a *ing W' tealtof a garbage ca


--f tese a
SJohn=oist


that had ben 0
tered by ene of
hoodts friad,
supesrvile p
a thd'A
use Ia, alt
have hem a, h

-wty peri
made by ftek
prS, despite
ae by an


&OMAUFEVER
By lethei Xaeb, Combs Wo ufltote
time t atirity. *i qetlf off our vats a
trying to cut off our lights.


B WMi l amw sabkea mwatu alse La nd. 'li Wo ft ac
Wheo as t eit--fives better take hal th wives.
-**ussia mNas us t hIditg away of sthdr sent apiL. Demo
him. Tl want to boast there's at S omfelomw in the pit who is
for vir president


malmS 1bi mr


I-; b* A l-1 ,,.-I


t! It's not


CONSCIENCE


THE


SOUTH


By RALPH MCILL
o UtI. el. aO ates M


The I







It was i the last sentence
f the lth pararaph of a
labor Department release
stating that unemployment
rose 710,10 in January that
one found the most d turing
statistic. The paragraph said:
"Among the Jobless the
number of men seeking work
remained about the same as
in December 43 per cent.
The figure for women was 5.5
per cent compared with 5.3
per cent in December. There
was a similar rise of two-
tenths of one percentage point
to 14.9 per cent in the
number of unemployed teen-
ages." .
Most of this rise in teen-
age unemployment is in the
area of drop-outs and those
who have graduated from a
igh school that prepared on-
ly for a allege they never in.
tended to attend, They do not
have a skill or any technical
training.
TODAY WE are beginning
to understand that it is the
groups that make up the total
that are more important than
the total itself. Obviously, if
married men with families
are uable to find jobs they
a- a mme critical problem
than are housewives, single
men and teen-agers who can-
not find work.
President Kennedy, acting
on the advice of former See-
retary of Labor Arthur Gold-
berg and on that of then as-
sistant, now Secretary Wlrtz,
was the first Chief Executive
to stress that we plan pro-.
gram tailored to fit the needs
of special groups. President
JoThmo also hba adopted the
Idea. The hard core of per-
sistently unemployed are un-
skilled workers, illiterates
and those workers whose
skills have been displaced by
machines. A further distin-
guishing feature of this ba-
sic social and economic illness
is that a heavy majority of
these are Negro.
President Kennedy's com-
mittee planned a combina-
tion of retraining and adult
education. A beginning has
been made. One of the melan-
choly, but not unexpected dis-
coveries has been that many
of these persons are too poor-
ly educated to take training.
Their vocabularies, for ex-
ample, are too limited fully
to understand what the in-
structors say.


THOSE WHO are most
timo?" easily retrained are, of
'Oh, we'd course, those whose skills
have become obsolete. They
t confus. can, for the most part, learn
a new one within a short time.
For youngsters the Kennedy
action programs. The basis
of this is education. It envis-
lieons, of course, training for
the new technologies. Com-
munity action will include re-
vising the dd trade, or voca-
tional schools to meet today's
job demands.
um. Lneu In 1957. at the outset of the
k Maw M second Eisenhower term,
e W, there ws a siarp rcession.o
Unemployment in that year
was 4.3 mlion. About 10 per
q y cent of teesqers ioe
my neighbor- labor market SMat year stra
,thm*h W jobless.
chet I s- Today's total of teeagers,
m it cM and youngsters in their
m aI earlyU'sislMrttantinM7?
minih, became of the birth rate rise
u thi pl during ad fowi the see-
aflew p ad ed Md war. That lt
Ie sw erity tougher towoy th jA 17
Ie eammei for aanskDW high schali
I of u, dog- graduatto fd a job is a
estab id f record

acehd in eot lads year
sad is.JB6pM*hier is
IL4. iMyie ne op an t
the Irwt y nkilld
boeys or girw are w dme by
ad Lyndon then bo id h i Se -
em. waet ewks oe s
agr a:byi Siteb dataot
asu Th eI tbdj.l kin ersadmeal
WW dM mlt get te mo s -MW
pu.... w...h. n
*etunola IW-1 b a ma mMOu

and a I MMx
Ca b 6 oklabha ud


REMOVES PROTECTION OF VOTING


Court


WASHINGTON The So-
pro Court's cocusion
btthat tie CitStioa
eq i lity S pqplatii
ib f" i tdih M ecto
eprmliatives a have
e isBomm far gtr in
111111 k the

sima tls' pealshi

6M0 M bb iggeplfte
bM d' lnaier ily kig
pmp kam the ml i of
m *bdo" will i anm t,
bnea t najorid e.
Tmhe nly amflkig prote-
tim of thee mailorities is
beymd tle power of the. Sa-
preme Court to declare ncoon
stitutionl theireatoftwo
United Stats senators to each
state regardless of the sin of
its population. For this pro-
vision is secured by the fal-
lowing weds in Article V:
"No state. without its con-
ent, shall be deprived of its
equal Aifeage in the Sen-
ate."
THE EFFECT of this
week's deqiom on political
action, ho ever, are potenli-
ally nor us. By requiring
that congressional election
districts must be as "nearly"
equal in their voting popula-
tions as is "practicable," the
Supreme Court ruling will au-
tomatically increase the num-
her of representatives of large
city counties and decrease
the number allotted to the
areas of lesser population in
the apportionment of congres-
sional seats by the state leis-
latures. This will assure that
the bouse will be dominated
by the urban and suburban
populations, thereby reduc-
ing the numbers, and hence
the present influence, of rural
areas over national legisla-
tion.
Even more importantly, the
decision will assure that a
greater number of presidenti-
al electors will-be chosen by
the urban masses, which will
give more weight to the great


Changes


dty couhm in ahe outcome
of preidetl election. That
is became ArticleI (1) pro-
vide that the prudential
letral voat of a state suall
tbe glb t e number of Ito
a es S represmta-

IN MIMWNG the equal-
ht po platik principle to
* m* p of cengremiomal
dtIri, the Suprema Court
al wrt a logical sequel to
fa pr.n decision "Baker
v. Car which declared the
ise justiciablee" by the
courts. I popet was ge-
erally regarded at the time
because "Baker v. Carr" ap.
plied only to the distri from
which m bes of state legis-
lature are chosen. But state
legislature make the appor-
tioment of the congressional


BELOW OLYMPUS


drkcts. And it was on ts
po that hat giants in Gr-
gia, New York and other
Scarred he broader is
me to the Supreme Cou and
obtained the outright ling
in favor f theequal eight
voting priqple that was only
implicit n'"Baker v. Carr."
The ma)rity of six justices
had toed soMmething new in
the original Constitution, and
take mM liberties with the
views of James Madison, to
buttress other ruling. But, as
in the achl segregation and
several other landmark cases
decided dice Earl Warren
because Chief Justice, the ma-
joriy fortified its position with
anoth el stic interpretation
of the 14th amendment.
THE "LAW" OF the deci-
sion was that the Constitution


Sly lAterimla


Rules

has not reserved to Congrem
plenary supervision of the ap-
portionments of state and na-
tio nal legislative districts
made by state legislatures;
that, Congress having ignored
since the 198 reapportion-
ment, the abuses of the equal-
weight population principle min
Article II (1) of the Constitu-
tion. the courts have the ob-
ligation to enforce it.
This drew one df the most
powerful dissents (from Jus-
tice Harlann that has been
heard in the high court-room
for years. He pointed out that
Madison, a prpcipal witness
for the majority, had never
questioned the plenary power
of Congress over the issue of
districting, and that Monday's
decision lea es only 37 of the
members o the present House
legally in Wfice.
HE A*USED the major.
ity of manufacturing g out of
whole c~th" the constitution-
al aut ity it assumed, "sub-
stitutin its own judgment for
that o Congress." In a blaz-
ing f t-note Justice Harlan
said t the court's 'nearly
as ispracticable' formula
sw s a host of questions un-
der he rug," and that its
"w le hearted but heavy.
f d entrance into the poll-
ti I arena" was an act of
*propriety."
Nevertheless, the majority
ook over command of that
/"arena" Monday, and chang-
ed the shape of future politi-
cal action by fundamentally
changing the rules of the
game.


Russian Reds are buying
grain by the millions of bush-
els and the Red Chinese have
just ordered 200,000 bales of
Mexican cotton. Communism
and successful farming just
naturally do not seem to go
together.
(Mmnphlis CcmtrcisI AppmIt)


THREAT LIES BELOW ICEBERG'S TIP


Cynicism on Baker is W,


By RICHAm WIlSON
Ciief, Cowle
Waslegma BrBeaM
WASHINGTON Preslt-
dent Johnson' administra-
tion has had such a fine be-
ginning in general that he
may not have correctly as-
sessed the intrusion of a note
of cynicism in the public re-
action.
It should be warning enough
to Mr. Johnson that some-
thing has gone wrong when
newspapers of such establish-
ed integrity and responsibility
as the Washington Star and
the New York Times devote
so much space in the news
columns and on the editorial
pages to Mr. Johnson's rela-
tionship to Robert Baker.
This attention is not inspired
by any desire to embarrass
Mr. Johnson politically or
otherwise. It is due to the pos.
sibility that what is seen in
the Baker case is oly the
tip of te iceberg.
BAKER WAS SENATOR
Johnson's lieutenant in the
political operamtks of the
Democratic majority of the
United States Senate. Baker's
financial, business and soc-
Ml operations while in this
ulque relationship wth Mr.
Johsoa are fasimating in
themselves. The gift of a ster-
o seto Mr. Joham adds the
title flip that public
atteUa Bet Mal ,r k more
r- aa I mnerig of what
i Balrlibe is al about.
.. Nby in rffial life
riches totlkabo& h*ileast
If@ the residat,an dhard-
ly moo make fid b eb k a*
togonist the mpbp a lead-
er of the Saenbs tr Dirk-
The icebeIg bliw f ur-
fae is a nrutwedfr. it eon-
"Mine what al be al the
secrets of C~re Khe ld
haitmoresmfaealicrea-
Mo behind be actm of
T is fth Ihe idda ter-.
Wy of prfg -ad pmep-
ee, of ca i Me .
uss*hlm h t
bser it ..maw ms
-e
seetr 1 ^^ b^^ ^^t^A


techniques, where special and
inexplicable relationships per.
sist between congressmen
and lobbyists the area, in
short, where the public inter-
est becomes entangled with
the private interest.
For many months the curio-
sity about this shadow land
was largely confined to Wash-
ington. Baker himself was un-
known in the .country as a
whole. President Johnson's
name had not been mentioned
publicly. It looked as if the
Baker probe might blow over
or remain of mere intramural
interest in the capitol. But
there are increasing signs that
the Baker probe is arousing
mtled intent ianid nmcern


administration Id remind
him that a p nt who
stood mute idst scandal
narrowly av oi being de-
feated and election with
less than a ty of the
total vote. It said there is
not enough before elect-
ion for the c ism in Wash-


to LBJ


ington to spread to the coun-
try.
This may be so but it is
still no reason why the Pres-
ident should not reassert now
the ethical principles he was
so willing to proacuqce when
the Republicans were in po-
wer.


"s Humor


His Politics


0 Ita |jrk hmn
By CHARLES MOHR


throughout the country. The RENO,Nev. Sen. Barry Goldwater may be a political
Johnson administration has conservalve but he is something of an innovator in campaign
been slow to sense this; or, if humor.
not slow then determined to The dlerful, extroverted westerner isn't afraid to bet that
let the sensation wear itself his audnces will like, not disapprove, some mild irreverence.
out. Trhether day in Minnesota the Pri.ora Republican said
be en*d the state's many lakes. He added:
THIS HAS GIVEN the "i0 where I come from we have so little water that the
President's opposition the trees ue the dogs."
opening it wanted. Tens of GeSWter's camp humer Is met always slcessful,
thousands of anti Johnson bt k asever illfy. l a parish lues is New Hampshire
broadsides have been ordered be lh eb had ebas beeaskedh New Yok if he were a
by Republican congressmen. og a loDw Epieeplla
They show President John- "sk me on Saturday night," Goldwater said.
so with his n around Bb-
by Baker and surrounding reference la a parish to weekend drinking left most
this picture are score of of s Yankee audience cold.
headlines on the various hen discussithequestionofwhetherthere is any such
sensatiods in the Baker CaseQ u t g as an indeaenaine in politics, Goldwater sm-
Mr. Jolmson is being remind- tells a stoy about a sevenlhanded poker Mie in his
ed of the declaration on et id. te town of Phoeix The game's embrs were outrag-
cal conduct he sponsored in =ly clannish, never extending an invitation to as outsider
the Senate and of Presest play. One nig one of the players fen dead d a heart at.
Kamedy's injuntiom against
federal employes accepting As te is eth m bel t vwr the Mdy, me ofthel asd
gifts,. whao l we ds?"
'l atmosphere hi Wash. "Ta e n sed Mreesi andiea," id e er.
ils is rwingly ceasori. M Wh G ater tM tw h ry in the predoauatly BIp-
ous as the PresidentcutsOte easie sedn of Mort Caroe l, a Carola ewsman
queStiong oa thee Baker his tked at de f a dobt t dieulas f ar
coe. A key wies fIhds his, Iad pg a i Ma esOt, was a wise ide i the coastal
,~rity puid by official th
adecantse dug out by, or
hEdM- eat to, a widely rdm GoMb ter alas ufsies refers to his Jewh higpi
smlt. b use qa rtes (lhidfaiwderMw Juin i mbbMo r terUan 5epissela)in ns"-
li daamk ai witmw- m is t w.. .
-m as fair wurg t q s iM 6N b I IN a sndmced ihedl gido a
Ji .. idratemn t d hew bMa a*aMe e an it NA a tt Ph lep
Fapered t bb M*i Wl a It NM A hm& A. able whos Mwi, te
i S and 6* poll had a V
thi e Ie." Mie d eseliler l.*a, atlandS sae of ar boys A
* A^Onlbebiaigl a PMN o"byenighter.

y Slioleo d pg-I WtNA W

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talverqsSCw


Piasfl AmT COWLS. Yin Vml-
ad. m YesW. a imeS
mmam win., mum ,lmEsA&
mofas..11&s nuns a
of f-.


in mN PoUCT


1. Report II* a ns fuly and hmwia^* n in '* s cuimat.
2. EmOes th ep.min of hw Sun in-t-4 only in-dtmlsi
3. Public a Sids of importWt ceantwrMsial iues.
The Sun's telephem: AN Deprtme --372441
Went A -76472


Name.Calling vs. Fairness


The line between name-alling and
fair criticism is a subjective one and
tends to bend a good deal In an elec-
tion year. But if Americans wish to
continue living, there is one name
which they should learn to stop ton-
ing around, at least at a president
of the United States. That name is
"coward."

The president is master of the awe-
some nuclear arsenaL He alone in this
country could throw the world into
thermonuclear war. This is a fearful
responsibility and an unprecedented
one, all the more dangerous because
the U. S. is committed by a bhost of
treaties, guarantees and moral obli-
gations to a threat of war at 40-odd
points all over the globe.

We have a great deal of respect for
Senator Thruston B. Morton (Rep.,
Ky.) but we think he stepped far out
of line when he told a recent Repub-
lican women's rally in New Jersey
that Presidents Truman, Kennedy
and Theodore Roosevelt were brave
in crises, "but when the tall Texan
(President Johnson) was asked to
stand up against Castro (over the
Guantanamo water supply), he chick.
ens."


It is possible to criticize President


Johnson for doing too much or not
doing enough over Guantanamo. He
had a rough decision to, make and
be made it There was certainly no
cowardice In his decision.

In an earlier Cuban crisis, a Texas
newspaper publisher critied Preai-
dent Kennedy to his face for leading
the American people "on Caroline's
tricycle" instead of a white horse.

President Kened faced awesome
decisions (which ca be and are cri-
ticied) at the time of the Bay of
Pigs invasion in 1961 and the naval
quarantine in 192. But there was
nothing cowardly about his decisions.

John Kennedy was a fighting Irish-
man, though fortunately a remark-
ably cool one in a crisis. Lyndon
Johnson is a fighting Texan. Nikita
Khrushchev is from the border of
Ukraine (which means borderr coun-
try" and is the Texas of Russia),
and he personally is a scrapper who
has lived long with danger of a very
personal sort.

Taunting men like these with the
charge of cowardice when they have
at their back the ghastly host of nu-
clear-tipped intercontinental missiles
is just plain anti-social.


Evangelist Billy Graham (like most
of his generation) was puzzled by
the popularity of the Beatles with the
teen-age set. After studying their
first television performance in this
country, he concluded they repre-
sented "uncertainty," "confusion"
and "escapism."
Not bad for a square. For Ameri-
cans, the Beatles do represent escape
Into a strange new world. The Beat-
les, who are anything but confused,
are aware of this and make the most
of it. For their appearances here
they let their shaggy manes grow
much longer than they had been
wearing them in Britain and turned
Into caricatures of themselves. With
their British "teddy boy" clothes and
their British mixture of restraint
and bravado, they might as well be
men from Mars.
Yet in Britain their appeal is quite
different. There they are authentic
Liverpool youngsters-brought up on
American rock and roll records, but
transmuting them into genuinely
British "Merseyside beat"-smooth


and restrained by American rock
and roll standards, but far out by
British. Instead of men from Mars,
they are the boys across the street.
We hope the Rev. Mr. Graham
noticed the genteel Victorianism of
their lyrics and the good-natured
grins under the mops of hair.
At their first press conference in
America, they had difficulty getting
a hearing, the admiring "acreamies"
were so noisy.
"Aren't you embarrassed by all
this lunacy?" someone asked them.
"No. It's crasy," said John Lea1
Don.
Q-"Hew do you account for yeao
saMceas?"
A-."We have a press agent."
Q-.What de yao think of al
then kid skipplg school to se
yaon?"
A (Ringo Starr)-"What! It's not
a holiday?"
Q-"What Is you ambitem?"
A (George Harrison)-'Oh, we'd
like to so to America."
Thee young men are not confus-


Voice of the People

---..-On The Sun's Opinion Page
iesim sad emm d m mm es hms- u h V. d h *pk les tunem. tLe
no be om d ad lm S.k*v a*A N. si.. Mm.w Ma llowebe I -midg. Abis a
- museMd $ wd *. ad k wlMh m noia d w lk ee oe. hPsr wI hMk ,n.
Sa NM Iv 4 t oe imwt a M,"g e os tllM e as bea m wt a MRtOhwl Us oh* t 's me 0s q
kaW.


Still Likes
Dogs, But...
EDITOR, Sun: I've been
wf-l the cotroery
a t our supposed need for
a l klaw for 'several
anoths. It has. in short, be.
- comatlkrea Ietomeattims.
Although Ido anotowa dg,
4 like the animals. There are
-wral in my *ighlnr ad
;a d thq'v always dieM -
-sat Ithe same al s to-


ward life that their masers do
- friendly and q pite* s-
anst.
The friend s of meler
the dp norw the alihers has
oUNg to do with y carry-
ilg a flahlight w eA I eek
acms my ow la after

iMs mK bwst, I
rlectm upo am mad fir a
leakh lw for us a Mur
while I clan ead I es-
tets of a ful pBa ea


tat had been eaprtly

hAd's s oey. l w
-m tis, althaMgh it oed
haveM hd ou

-a J, p- the poit
mab by thekhblaw po-
p-o, des- the sevriy
at -m, abilM to ea l
with cm by at of s, di-
~egrs. I
Mfl i THUa


By Ztla her M C.cmIou 9te ta BrM
b se an tryin of austerity. Cast ia off or hr wat a
Johaeos is trins to cat off our bfhts. : I


LrYS


paicd the 'e fit acs r tal. f li.
Smsaim a"cuiN b i a a mi, aett s q Pm dahm
pi.. ThqmS t bsatthear least ma tellUh pafl whim'umms
glfor viea^Bmidenit. *
a:"dn b vsudt b___ no

4ilsse Imt a- two met diffli l: wlew to e-9 fNt
wm. ter-4e. 1 .* -


ISOUTHI


cONSCIECE


THE


The Last


Sentence


Disturbs


It was in the last'metence
of the lh paragraph of ad
Labor Departmen- release
stating that unemployment
rose n701,1 in January that
one found the most disturbing
statistic. The paragraph said:
"Among the jobless the
number of men seeking work
remained about the same as
in December 4.3 per cent.
The figure for women was 5.S
per cent compared with 5.3
per cent In December. There
wasu a similar rise of two-.
tenths of oe percentage point
to 14J per cent in the
umber of unemployed teawI
ages."
Most of this rise in teen-
age unemployment is in the
area of drop-outs and those
who have graduated from a
high school that prepared on-
ly for a college they never in-
tended to attend. They do not
have a skill or any technical
training.
TODAY WE are beginning
to understand that it is the
groups that make up the total
that are more important than
the t itself. Obviously, If
married men with families
are unable to find jobs they
are a more critical problem
than are housewives, single
men and teen-agers who can-
not find work.
President Kennedy, acting
on the advice of former Sec-
retary of Labor Arthur Gold-
berg and on that of then as
sistant, now Secretary Wirt,
was the first Chief Executive
to stress that we plan pro-
grams tailored to fit the needs
of special group. President
Johson as. has adopted the
idea. The hard core of per.
sistently unemployed are un-
skilled workers, illiterates
and those workers whose
skills have been displaced by
machines. A further distin-
guishing feature of this ba-
sc social and economic illness
is that a heavy majority of
thase are Negro.
President Kennedy's com-
mittee planned a combina-
ton of retraining and adult
education. A beginning has
been made. One of the melan-
holy, but not unexpected dis-
coveries has been that many
of these persons are too poor-
ly educated to take training.
Thir vocabularies, for ex-
ample, are too limited fully
to understand what the in-
structors sly.


THOSE WHO are most
easily retrained are, of
course, those whose skills
have become obsolete. They
can, for the most part, learn
a new one within a short time.
For youngsters the Kennedy
plan proposed community-
action programs. The basis
of this is education. It envis-
Ions, of course, training for
the new technologies. Com-
munity action will include re-
vising the old trade, or voca-
tional schools to meet today's
job demands.
In 1t7. at the outset of the
second Eisenhower term,
there was a sharp recession.
Unemployment in that year
was 4.3 aillon. About 10 per
cent of teen-agers i the
labor make that year wee
Today's total of teen-ages
ad ye~eprs in their
early Is is larger than ias7
hems o the birth rate rie
drb ad fallwing the se
ad wrid war. 'at it iis
towr Wtoay than in I
for aa muskild high scheo
gale to find a job is a
established mattller of roand.
T e mmploymaent ae
aged 1I per ent last yes
ad iste Ity to be ghe r to
aL Maw JiOB am to
he yri l mskI
bay qr.glanmowee d by
Thure is heW mr -
wm mak aUy i* ris
on ba itiM we the I&
IMe I jit. is a SM l
rtiSn we lbs f

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the amn adtWet Ui Coe.
POWr sWOd dnJ< Tmth a
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fllV7 G Wibte l Oa m*h at lRaw- pat weekend at St. P rxcr
&iMt w41 Mwg101 Mi lr will oe vidting with relatives.
S E W S d st ajo rvice at Oth Ml t iN Mary H. Thatm and
Gl O Priwthe Baptist Church Miss Katie Simmons, both of
Med Idw r today at I p.M Detand, were visiting with Miss
Foliq the ervic, there Thoms' relatives here for two
msas 4-., a; aMd e wit he a bhAquet is the dimingweeks.
uw 63 pm. The s aw imd the earch. Mrs. Mary J. Smith and son.
-m 4 htt S th e aptibg a l ib np vited. Joe, of Miami, were guests d
s6 dwnltRpowi bpeeb f riends* here yesterday.
ll by ep teorrhiskappeo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Ed-
6 Rev. C. J. Johnson, aoMWAL rn wards and daughter, Carolyn,
Io; Mrsr. P. L Scott, "nep s. h.-.... a. f.. Wasahington, whose visit
a rwe hnit B nas h e heree andJacksonville for the
sk-mTe aia d es will at the tsSWO&ofGd week, has been pleas-
mee at l. each day at I pm. twith Ev an At, were flown to their home
I C" of God in Christ eadh I sthEan Iyesterday.
ard Scl Ita.m.; -mom la um' r E.iEder Miss Mary Beoner, of Ocala,
SWernip, 12noon; Young giJC..C.l..ptot Mrs. Eula passed through Gainesville yes-
PeopW's Willhg Workers' Mtaylor, reporter terday en rout to visit at the
Wk I p.m.; and evening war. -- .Florida A and M University at
Ip I p. M. Bishop LWOi- Tallahassee.


C D or Tue w potr C VALEINUG Robert Miles, of Jacksonville,
ID St. Pea d C.M.E- MAr1in Lt INaac, O f515 Stew- Passed through Gainesville yes.
We,* be iof the teworhip a.m. and eveningart St., Quiy, who underwent terday en route to Clearwater.
eanrL (Dymin ) L' wor *Ip pI rgery- cmbtlyn m the Medical Mrs. Ella James returned
011 IA h Meds Mt O Primitive Baptist-Ceter, was reported as aome- here yesterday from qeveland,
their fb M thn dam d Sa y achoo, 1:3 a.M.; m :or what improved and now at the Ohio, where she was called be-
lg his ftnm ad *.a n w a If11 am.; and even- home of so-inlaw and daugh- cause of the illness of her daugh.
deatm The Flore aMd Se ing worship, p.m. Rev. H. ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Curtis, ter, Mrs. M a r y Carter, whose
breo faml m. Kimey, pos of s. NE Ith Terrace. condition was reported as some-
Sprin Hill Baptist -Sunday Te pastor and members of what improved.
ARC R NEWS School, 10 am.: morning w- ML Carmel Baptist Church wish Miss Ann Miller was called to
SPONORS PROGRAM ship, 11 a ;and evening wor- for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Atlanta, Ga., yesterday because
ship, 1:3 p.m. Rev. T. D. D.- Esther W. Hamm, reporter, of business.
The Church A Societys ivi, peter; Mrs. Catherine Mrs. Mattie Dais Moore, of
speaering ap m at the St.McGill, reporter. St. Albans, N. Y., was visiting
Peter Baptlit h un- Friendhip Baptist Sunday DE IATON SERVICES with her mother, Mrs. Ber-
day at 3 PA School:3a.m.; morning war- tha Dai s, on the Hawthorne
The principal speakers will be ship, 11 am.; and evening wor- The Dedication Services for Road, and other relatives last
Rev. Caml, a ten yer old ship 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. the org at the Emn mel Bap-.week.
boy, and ao yer hie, p r. tit Chuch b n yesterday and
brotherr P ilcam. Rs Ci Church ofasetto Feb. 23
The is invited. ev. ChrstkUniyNo.-Suda e ervestodayatlp.m. vuit t it%
C. C, Hendemon, pastor; Mrs. Schol, 1 a.m.; and afternoon bIeing spaonaored byW the Youth ii
Katie M. Nattle, reporter. worshp, 3: p.m. Bider Ruts* choir the erch; and tomor.
Armstrng, paor; Mn. Mary row 8 pa. the Johnnom hapel MRS. THEODOSIA CHIJ)L6
NOTE OF THANKS Hall, reporter. Baptist Church Choir No. I and
the Sprin Hil Baptist Clhurch Funeral services for Mrs. The-
We, the family of the late Rev. Choir No are ap r th sa childs, wife of Dr Lin.
Mile, wish to thak friend for SPECIAL NOTICE services jointly. coin B I i ss Childs, of Jackson.
their act of kiem shown ur- ny J ville, were conducted at the St.
ing his illness and ubsamut Local Parent. Teacher As-, ,Pius Catholic Church there to-


death. Rev. W. A. Miles and
family.

NOTICE
The members of the Ameri-
can Legion Po No. 3 ar re-
quested to meet today at I pIm.
at the Air-Way Cleaners, o t2
SE 14th Street. Henry R. Frank-
lin, reporter.

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
New Salem Baptist Sunday
School, 10 a.m.; morning wor-


sociaton chairmen and also M:day at 10 a.m. Interment was
members a asked to meet ANS NGmade in the Mt Pleasant Cem.
Friday, Feb. 21, at p.m. at e Uniform Company Lodge etery here under the direction
the Uacoln High School all-pur-. No. 113 will hold its regular of Holmes and West Funeral
pose room to complete plans for meeting Friday, Feb. 21 at I Home in charge of arrange-
the state association which will p.m. at the home of Mr. and menis.
be held at Lincoln High School Mrs. Dove L. Shumake, of 432--
from Feb. 27 to Mrs. E. A. NW 1d Street. Charlie Ros, Russian Reds a ,re buying
Glasper, general chairman; eapta; Mrs. P L Scott, re. grain by the millions of buh-
Mrs. C. M. Mobley, president; porter, els and the Red Chinese have
0. W. Nealy, principal. just ordered X0,000 bales of
PERSONALS Mexican cotton. Communism
'JOM'r SERVI Mrs, Gertrude Brown, Mrs. and successful farming just
iCvf S-"M rs#~Pin. DC- 4 AI-- n.. R-.. m naturally dAo not seem to on


!Rev.


Clinton, pastor of


;a rm Reese and Miss Ann Pres.'
flhe ton, all of Williston, spent the


together.
(Mimph's CaMMCtuI ApWel


THREAT LIES BELOW ICEBERG'S TIP


Cynicism on Baker is Warning to LB]


, By RICHARD WILSON
Chef, Cowks
Wasmgteas ieB a
WASHINGTON Presi-
dent Johns's administra-
tion has had such a fine be-
gimning in eral that he
may not have correctly as-
seed the intrusion d a ote
d cynicism in the publie e-

It should be warning enough
to Mr. Johnson that some-
thing has gone wrong whoa
newspapers of such utablis-
ed integrity and respomibMty
as the Washington Star and
the New York Times devote
so much space in the news
column and on the editorial
pages to Mr. Johason's rela-
tiomhip to Robert Baker.


This attention is not paired
by any desire to embarra
Mr. JohnsM politically or
otherwise. It Is due to the po
sibilty that what i aseem in
the Rokr cane is m y the
tip of the ceberg.
BAKER WAS SENATOR
Johnson's lieutaat the
political operation d the
Democratic majority f the
United States Senate. Baer's
floanial, business and mc-
lal operations while in this
-one relatisoship wth Mr.
Johson are acting in
themsels. The gift of a ster-
ea set toe Mr. Johms adds the
M fillip that f public
tenteon But asr is more
tan a gIemmag of what
the B ke ce is al abut.
Nobody in official life
wishes to talk about t, least
d al the Predsdet, S hard-
ly muc m ore his radly an-
taOnsl the Rapules lead.
r of the Sate, W Dirk-
aln.
We ibers- beahw.e sur-
face reisa ed dd, I ea
taWl wildfi0i be eC"dthe
sels ~fo Cf lt, i cW-
aig the rig h s
aveS d ta g Smo-
=Bl e a"of
l- hind Ma M es W
" is Bes

SeyaeI aiwk e p
m, m alm


g-S l
tsreSI(l 1 6 pig


techniques, where special and
inexplicable relationships per*
sist between congressmen
and lobbyists the area, in
short, where the public inter-
at becomes entangled with
the private interest.
For many monthly the curio-
sity about this shadow land
was largely ocim d to Wash.
into. Bake himself was un*
known in the country as a
whole. President Jomnso's
e hMadot bee mentioned
publily. It looked as if the
Bakr probe eight blow over
ar remain of mere intramural
interest in the capitol. But
there are e mas signs that
the Bake probe is amusing
Interest and concern
throughout the country. Tie
Johnsaoaknk stration has
bam slow e6se this; or,
not slow the i detninei to
let the easation wear itself
out

IM HAS GIVEN the
President's opposition the
opening it wanted. Tens of
thoumads of and Johnso
broadsides have been ordered
by Repu a congressmen.
hey show Presiden John-
sna w Ih hi ar around Bb.
by Bater and urroudig
thi pctume m of
hedies a the various
enion in the Baker Case.
Mr. Joha is being rm nd
W of th ade erat aeathi.
cal cdcthe spo ed i
the Seate and a Presides
I KM W'in, m Bpi"
Moral emp"omescep

The alam eren Wa-.
-o is peuin*r cnsoy -
m a t Paeti t cuts off
qustli a en the D a wer
ame. A key wise ha M s
SWil wpd bytedal
eimn te g h by, or
haed ea to, a widely read md
asmist. In ame qflrs
His at0 a wa Mu is
ASN r Wadeg hatbe
Jekem ircns n M he
pomd to bbeI r*y poil-
ae a i t pin l had beer
inr hiWd be hd heM
who 6s1 IdsliINs Cill



ULJamm a.d.
a w b I t m er w
mmq~ib dWi


p a 4 a Th n i aw
-Ml.ar a* d**


administration couM remind
him that a president who
stood mute amidst scandal
narrowly avoided beg die
feated and weas election with
less than a majority of the
total vote. It is said there is
not enough time before elet-
ion for the cynicism in Wash-


Ington to spread to the coun-
try.
This may be so but it is
still no reason why the Pres-
Wdent should not reassert now
the ethical principles he was
so willing to pronounce when
the Republicans were in po-
wet.


Barry's Humor



Unlike His Politics
6 IM uI w imn
By (ARLES MOHR
RENO, Nev. Sen. Barry Goldwater may be a political
conservative but he is something of an innovator in campaign
humor.
The cheerful, extroverted westerner isn't afraid to bet that
his audiences will like, not disprove, some mild irreverence.
The other day in Minagsota the Arizona Republican said
he envied the state's many lakes. He added
"Out where I come from we have so little water that the
trees am the dog."
G*ldaMsr's ca ig ala r is mt always cncessel,
bt M Is bsn i saeve I a peish hn in New BHawpolre
he said he ad hbeen asd New York f he were a
high we aow Egplae5epel.
"Ask me on Satuaday light," Goldwater said.
Thi reference in a perih to weekend drinks left most
of hig Yankee audience cold.
When discussing the questi of whether there is any such
fing as an indispensable m in politics, Goldwater amne-
tmes tells a story about a ewveamded poker game in his
hame town of Phoenix. The game's members were outrag-
oMdy clannish, never extending an invitation to an outsider
to play. One night one of the players fell dead of a heart at-
tack.
As He sk eiem beat me the body, -e f the askem d
'what sal we da'"
"Tate e t asid f es ad de" mid samer.
Whm water told a sdory the predominantly Bap-
F t eirn sectson Net Caro lk a a Carolina newmea
shook his ok ad mW i ede a eslt that diacusion of cards
Iad giM tg, ay coetst, was a wise idea in the oestal
belt
GowaMer aims im tims rdns tos Is Jewish backgromd
(hjs father was Jewih I NtMer Episcopalian m in a -
I ed way.
Si ptham he fis ams thie M n of g 4g
Bm be tenire Ia pue s ofe dsNg Mien *O sla O
ad Bet sesa sr Ahm A. k si, w is Jewish th
"oampalped aV."
I d eaghr slanu, "Wl, at 1 e0ast wm e or boys wA
Ap re is usu a pMs, fw ed by ukghter.
a e Be t s t rms q ha t passes, OliMddwao
am T a may 6 n ihbhw Cligat bhef it
1a W
ma lia s hub Be er a a@A, '"It is se pbg
on rwtr aewsr pauise the use of Sali to b6
e. if i sal."gbegtr asver tel hat i M to a Rimi
AJe NWA .n dona Dep."


Those Beatles Aren't Confused


POTOMAC FEVER


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State Of fciah


TALIHAISE (AP)- FIfty*. Petnarsg Mrt. MI M d
*a w iset ofas, ma'cb r flofIb Mrs. Robert WI
1hrM two U.& .. aesha. of GrM uIL e sCA
ST Nm* a delea te F Weinrab of Miam
toh Dnocratic National Bech, agd Ms Jdy We
(>Btsifi pledsd to xupp orn sof Mwi.
Pret Johnso. District Oe VieA Fry Orgiaatonal chairman uas u a ad Mrs. QI
WWrns Gce I air ano, Ds ctTwo- Richrd Bark
hi of the Democratic r and Mrs. Lacy Mahoo of
tate party. JackIoimi .
The slate of delegates did not Diribt ee -BIly
cle Floria's Democratic U.odoof *M iad 6
S. repeentatives, sow ofPh
District Four ftbp.
whomdidotwanttobepartof ard i and Ms. Jo
the sie. Dumey of Marahon.
The Johnson delegation District Five -Kenmi K.
duded the Cabinet-Gov. FE- K=y S f Oca land
rim ry4nt, secretary o st~ argret A. Ede d of Dde
Tom Adams, Atty. Gen. James Cit
Kynes ompiroer Ray Gre Dutrt S Ween H. Wat-
Treasu Edwin Laoo, ISchool
Supt. Thamas Bailey, and Agri
culture Comminii r Doyle SAVE BIY 2%
C OF M"TH
Se .. Holland a EARN HIGH RATE
George theirs FROMTE Ie
FROM THE Is
And others: OF MONTH
At e Walter 0. Gihoun
Jr. of rtw Rep. Richard Pet-
rew" of Dade County, Rep.
Knoles of Sarasota Coun-
ly, Lawtoo Chiles of Polk
SRobert Morgan of MI-
ami, ames James of Miami.
M Alice McMahone of Orlan-
do. Faye B. Owles, Mrs.
A m of Hoilywood, Mrs.
Ny Belof Tampa, Mrs. Joils
B. OofJacksomile.
Juliet Matuhak of St.
III ARKET DIT!!U
large supermarket'chain Is
a credit plhi. A custo-
applies to a finance corn-
for credit and ti give a clagwnT
Scard ood for one month.
she pays her methly bill,
t i sent another credit card
igd for me month. In the 5
month trial, there has not been
a single case of delinquent pay-
Isent.
If your payments are getting
linqunt, Classified Ads bring
extra eah FASrT!
Sell things through For Sale
ret spa rooms through
or Rest ads find a good job
n the Help Wanted ads and
money comes FAST to you! Federal
Just lift the receiver and dial
-M ,and an ad writer S ings and Loan
assist you in placing ymour ad. o
If you are looking for anie,
beai pet for yeor
"Mary" died "Pets" in a.
eay's 'Chled. Them r are a
amber of ute-kte & andW pup
-1 -


pys who want a


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THRU SAT., FEB. 22nd
KRAFTS MAYONAISE, ............................. I qt. 49c
HEINZE KETCHUP, ........................ 20 oz. bottle 33c
LIQUID DIET FOOD, SEGO .... 10 oz. cans 3/89c
SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES cello pkg. I lb. 45c
SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING, .... 3 lb. can with
FOOD ORDER ........................................ 59c
REYNOLDS WRAP, ALUMINUM
FOIL ......................................... r g. roll 33c
PERT NAPKINS, big pack 200 count 29c
WITH PURCHASE OF TWIN PACK A
POTATO CHIPS, end this cherry,
O 50 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS 59e


f Juo6e Slat
CELERY
CABBAGE
U. S. M. I


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Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39'
CARROT,S pkg. '2/25c
LEMONS 1 doz. 29c


fl lb.
Chaose Sonbom
COFFEE F.. 49
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Md ia pmti br 1isbm mwere t the fiyg
aimed d~ly Ul. pl wodM be blia and hard, that
irt lh Vim ad wasvluy s pbable s i that
ae to aihb t qpr. tW U f U it posib
I k*tf i to te lniastm i at hb awi to with t if ot all, of
. V *u. fleasf ltl wft plW t tbb .t supsrt trwop.
h m N m. "I believe that te
port. McNann i a arid arha Vietna mwmi be
aimm M almtibb Sb a f hac.m won prbIurmfy t Viet.
Slk tdoldfIkrekIsObirtoIsM.jMsees A ;ds it s VetnaVm
Mass j Mtrte tht hbe @aeno war,"g t secretary said.


"It bi a war o co er-uer.
riBas against l t ueirillas. We
are nly assisting the rough
train ad loistical support."
Lacking actual evidence. ci-
etists have so far relied on
rock utdroppmg, earthquake
waves and artificial explosions
to speculate on the earth's com-
position deep below thie su r-
face.


"FLAVOR.AGDb" NIP


* Wed. Noon
* Thurs.
* Fri.
* Sat.
521 N.W. 13th St.
Quneity Rights Reserv
Mo. tbe Thbi. 8 'il 8; Fri, I
1.1. 'til 9 pm.; St. I i.m. 'til
7 0.M.


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PKG.


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"ARMOUR STAR" PUU FORK "FPIH CUT"
Roll SAUSAGE.. lb. 39V PORK STEAKS..lb. 548
FLSH SLICED"
SLAB BACON b 39 PORK SIDE..... b.39
"THRiWAY" THICK SLICED PORK HAM.... lb. 49
BACON * 2 lb. pkg. 98 IAN 'N US"
"ARMOUR STAl" Al. MIAT BACK BONE.... b. 390
WIENERS....... lb. 49 I ....... Ib. 10.


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ORANGE CHIFFON


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"STOKELY'S"
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CAN


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(a 291


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"PET RITZ" FROZEN
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WANl=B(OAP)-...If
n st IrN VWhta
All: II theI d a
tII M nil Irite uSt Ti.
day h Bad w a dTecis
b? th ilhdsi delay for a
'Sm imi Suiw tr

dcisin hM bhe made INo.
lay aNasw dos in e fa
year dlqhte umi after st
tion, a reperiad |l Washi
ion, Star,
ptbAic r q NifftS b W
compulsory arbitration for the
key firemen and tin crew si
issues. Other ioues were h lt
be upi"tad.
Neptetions. a ugh maoi,
"s waI M work Cing coD
t-os, vaatiaou and hod
are -pe g agt where
le railroad could force the i
sue by ordering swAork rut
put kito leet.

ASMA&5IACH P1034
Rep. John Be ll as D -l
Miss., wants to fee t Ir-
run =nmsin to ftndo
publicly all evidm It gather
oa fth aaian of Pr I
dent Jobe F. lwedy.
R* Wiliams tthced
resbiTlounsa y and said
a statement that wI
publiereactin has not beeI
favorable to Chairman Ead
Warren's statement to news -
men that some of the evidence
may not be released 'In yott
lifetime.' "


MAPPING SATELM TE: A
Defense Deprtment official
disclosed hat the Air FMA
launched a new type of ip-
ping satellite called Secor for
the Army oa Jan. 11. i
Dr. Albert C. Hall of the De.
apartment's Office of Research
and Enaineotin luded the
satellite la Tuesday ir
a casual i iitary
soace pro li a talk before
the Naim Space Club an
the AviaW a Wrfteu'As-
sodation. *
The satellite was Iaunc
to polar orbit from the Pacific
Missile Range and marked the
first msuccemss in four tris.


WELFARE PLANS: kSeern-
tary of Labor W. Woliliartz
reported today that assets to
talking S66 billion were held
In employee welfare ma pension
benefit plans in 1t3.
He predicted that assets In


such plans would
billion by 19I
In a statement
Ing the release toi
the manual report
ministration of the


reach $100
aeaNpeny.
OO ess ofI
oW the ad-
welfare and


pension pl-es discesre act,
Wirts said 1 5 configure
lid not ichide the vmme
retiremet pogru with r-
serves of more bil-
lion and old-ie, rivor and
disability insurance, Which has
' billion in reserve.


Bill Ma
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AP Pdl rWid,
omnqanis -A,


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fita eaLt C mi e

it e Owr ai for the
mare, eam to P.u, t IS
l*gW tenanmtd N... IK.



Qualify For

State Office
TAIAHAM I (AP) Prac.
iDely al majI e a dates for
state office were off adru in
Altctod*ay o nal ls ofa
i rushnto qualify.
Fi their a pape
and paying their ees-i per cent
Sa yei's pay for he office
Str mk--llowed the candid
tes to tart spending money
-or advertising and other polit
All six candidates for the
Dnmocraic minationa for gov-
Now qU d WiO a few
bos oftwaop* da l
rind Tueaday.
Fred Kal of DoM s Me
was first to qyaly. Set Kedy
of Lakeland was delayed when
ib airplane was grounded at
Ocala and qualied t
gone of the three moment
RepubUcan ematais ied.
The word wm S*t athr would


de o Friday.
Th other Democrati ca
dates for govnmor cud Jsod
Mathews of Jaacnle, Robert
King ) 4gb 1 Miami, Fed 0.
Dikinson of West Palm Beach,
and Haydon rs atof Jaclksom
ville.
In addition, most o the Cab-
inet members qualified to am
'or new teas.
Canddate included Agricu
ture Commisioner Doyle Con-
ncr; Secretaqy of State Tom
Adams; State Comptroller Ray
Green; Treqaurer 3d Lars
and School Supt. Th 'o Baley.
Neither James ynes, state
attorney general, nor Ear Far
cloth of Miami, his declared op
pone filed m
In the first day rush, then
were candidates for the State
Supreme Court, Stai Attorney,
Court of Appeal Judgu, U. S.
Representatives ad Jtepublcan
and Democratic national cm-
mittemen and wo
T T R Ti


L AOt 1 IlUUlU
WRAY, Colo. (AP)L-Enderv
sheriff Harold W3l bin d fad
10o,0 or mm ie a th TI
day, apparently part ( (
taken in a bank blidp at Ea.
ders, Neb.
Stacks of moldy urre y
were found in agebrh 18
miles north of Wray i Mt-
eastern Colrado. Tie loabt
Swas pinpohitedl qh itig
of two m I sentenced I tlh
case.


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Stud ls, ald from in.
distry ad inco tar relief
are ended to help higher ed-a
etion, a jolnt Icbem o he
city's civi clubs was told yei
terday.
Speaking was Tu Ftemag,
chairman of the board of Bca
Raton's Fit Bank and Trust.
He's t Universit f Florida
gduatet.
His bank was thJ first in the
ON bto d t e per cent
of pft benf times each
Sos p w IMber educa-

He called a nation the
"chalenge of th e IM" in his

He aged "Paets to make
the grifi madid to paut
tak chidrt drough ce
flral oomu t bill that
wu Ilow pa ia $1000 de-
b ie m for child in college.
He sdt the a A tax deduc-
tha would, in thd long run,
boost he federal coffers.
TIe mmey it b osts now
wll l replaced by the in-
creased ning poer of per-
sons who would be educated.
A college man earns more and
would pay more tWxes.
Filming urged industry to
It behind a privately financed
Ioa program for judents.
They would work with banks,
he sd. I .
He alo asked peonsat the
iudmn in the i ton toh
to back moves tai would per.
suade industry to p(t education
contribtios whb their sales
a.
*ut of industry s con*jh-
th OW are goldg to the
schools where thd members
of the boards 6f directors
wer educated, be laid. They're
m*ly ivy leag hools. Mon-
ey tlid be put where sales


are. Fl lng saa. |
In other ind ess yesterday at
the Jayee sposord civic lr.
chase:
I-O.P. Wellws named
aluesvtlle's mutupdng young |
ma of the year.
- Pry M eriff Jr. was n.
-egnilld for winning the
states gov mevjal affairs


award. He'l IIlee t mi Flo-
rida Jaycees in the naonal
contest asoon.
Dr. erbert K. Kiam".
tie frst -an to find a car
for a virus disease, was recog-
ed for being namd on
lirida's otstandthi youun
men of lM
Dr. Kaufman is 31 years old.
ad chief of ophthalmology i
the University's medical
amol.t


Met Boosts

Ticket Prices


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NEW YORK-The Metropol-
itan Opera, perpetually in finan.
Cl straits, announced Tuesday
in increase in the price of all
of Us tickets for the coming sea-
son.
Tie price of the best box seats
i the house will now be $13t
an historic high. These seats
are priced at $11 this season.
l increase will range from
5 cents forstanding room ir
the topmost roost of the house
to 1.50 for certain box seats.
Metropolitan Opera Associa.
tion has also been soliciting sea
son s subscribers who do no
make an additional contribution
to donate $1,00 and become pa.
trs of the opera.
Tickets to the Metropollta
Opera House are consiestely
the hardest tickets to "tain in
the city.


The ES mile- thick inner
coe of the earth probably is
salid, a he gle 100- ile think
aogr pat of the core probab-
ly liquid, reports the National
Geographic's Atlas of the
World.


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jUl Weael


Dut sa "e ; Iar a
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If be caD t ,sbta to
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and bdgiag to erase
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Ai gh Southern em
f he Houne bill pri tl t
at length in a efort b Nw
my Senate Irogm bma
pagse, they prAWt would
ie epol d to noad tha
l m sithoa liw enough to
Wrmit a vote an my ppops!
to water down its teri.
N that happens, a majority
i the Senate wOml doee
whether the clreirWal we
3ommodations section sl gM
Schaned and ts open ie
way to other posle atuera-
visions.m
Southeraers weo aBed lo
Sstratemgy esu ti by Sa.
Richard B. RoonsD. Ga.
Johnkbmsdm555 tiledfI
ability to wangle the votes need-
ed for a majority. But he could
i* final defeat of the bl if be
'als to ce to sse kind of
tns with Dirkenad dtoe sb-
Itwlbl maweb of elpllam
who follow the llinois senator.
It has been obvis I all c-
cerned that H mphy aid
Democratic Leader Mike Mi
lield of Montana mow do not b
lie" they can muster the sed.
d support oftwothirds of those
voting to cut off debate and th
ien the way to actin
AI bit.
Furthermore, they are re-
'ignad to the likelihood that
hey wil never fulfill the two-
rds requirement without
imrksen's active help.
The alternative is to try to
7ear out the filibusterers with
round-thelock sessions. But
Isch attempts in the pat usa
y have wound up by wertg
it the majority, who ava to
eep 51 members on hand at all
s in order to prevent ad-
oranment for lack of a qoranL
le filbuterers can t i an
'ays, eep only a ha l
hr members in db teai r*.


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W ,'Fbrl 19,1i4 telsMtls Som 7


Blood ess Coup


Occurs in Gabon


BRAZAVIIB, Coap Be.
public (AP) J Hlaire An-
ane, def ptical fee o
ngbort Gabon's msted
President Lha ta, has bee
named pils al prifer ti
the wake of T day's bloodlessM
coup in the foner French Alri.
can coloy.
Aubame, IL who bess a I-
man governIMent, said in a
broadcast from the Gabon capi-
tal of Lireville that he would
respect the international com-
mitments of M'ba's pro-French
I appealed for calm and
said the interests of foreigners
in Gabon would be respected.
He Ild Gabon's 4A,0M in-
habitants: "It is because of
your anguished and repeated
appeals and to spare our dear
Gabon from a general revolt
ShA it. ... ........ .. ..1__


hi last month dissolved
tGabn's a 7-member Parlament
SN called si w elections for
iSinday to choo a 47-member
Sassmbly. The president said
th embeship was being re-
ded as an economy measure,
Opposition sources charged that
the move was aimed against
Albime's party, which put up
no candidates.
Gabon's 4man army, which
had pledged loyalty to President
M'ba a month ago, took over
without firing a shot.
The U.S. State Department
announced in Washington that
some 150 Americans living in
Gabon were reported safe. dTev
included 30 staff members of
the U.S. Embassy and their de-
pendents. 70 Peace Corps volun.
teen,d 25 missionaries and de-
Ipendents and 15 engineers.


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&Bjr milcis Joand
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Kdinsi A walkr.

w .. of Poet Jmen ary
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war-, a om army di-
*im oaeo rir, MT amr a8
MWdw b his bem t hApil
to tni whoa a wpw bted
d him.
Ta sag tore Uron a whi.
l, pield a ts h wa U
d fe a stak tof packaged
pamphlets In thde adjoining
n lie slg tore a golf bal-
sied hole in the wall.
Mrs. Maina OswaM, Russiant
kn widow of Lee Hamy Os
wald, them accused assassin of
K ey, has told investigators
ad the Warren commission
that her hmbuw came some
dot g .5 tod W her he had
kild the cotTrersial brme-
Army offer.
She said her husband had
written her a letter before ea v-
Shoue the l glt of tbihe attack
a Walker tetg her the loca-
tOn of the city jail if some-
' thing should happen to him and
also instructed her how to con-
tact the Russian Embassy If
he should be arrted.


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mM its consequences mat our A
soldiers and gendarmes have American officials said there
just freed the country of a re- was no indication of a Commu.
gime which was leading it fatal- st hand n the uprising.
y to disorer. There was no immediate word
The fou an revolution Dr. Albert Schweitzer, the
*ommdhdee r Nobel Peace Prize wmner who
committee which directed he opeate hosp lalnr the
coup proclaimed a state of operated a hospital for the
emergency and set a dusk-to- past 50 years at Lambarene, a
dawn curfew. Assembly of more le om unity 100 miles
than five persons ws forbid- outheast of Libreville.
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The coup cameafter a long INCOME TAX
power struggle between M'ba
hea o th e Gabonee m GAINESVILLE
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Wednmday, Febuary 19, 1964


UF Women's Club Has Annual


Guest Day Musicale-Tea
BJXAH Ual loi wito a whbe orp eihr a p prlic t bya d-"
h oKmd1pm s cloth, uared -ta Fijiis ti tthe ; "
Urs. Wayne-asez wa te'chrysasM turned Wth Speci: t heao
sene (thu IvetWity i ad of bradae leaves n a was the armsmlt Mrs,
o's C Ahbil f Guest D crys et Cystal mmuical'H. & VtiMe df t Mria -.
amleli tea Uiday aftru es lr raulc*d placed in the AMgo thos atitheg
AwhaAt S nimbul s gave empnhasia to hokplaNe e. MrsL Mar.
and Iuets in atteada m efi= ofthe se aer-ice Ahrms, Mr'. na tmiFb,
dg the tweallg hou, no MAtuM r i s. Mr. D
The Presiit's Residmence e B. Mrs. C, DilV. -
waedecord with spring flow- ra.s W. S. Jrt, Mrs. Wrtliam M. ta ,
emphasized a rsicil mowf. hl ofbl0(3lrd of Par- Jesi Rich omex ur
Sage p "an d amd git AMts im CwdorE i .M r ar
Fiji chrymibom paced The IobM r mandMrn B. weSal inrnMs. tafT
the twin coeal the bW. wm eP a MerdM .esd hN s. W. V.
In the llvk s. an tlee wr J. I P Mrs. Jr., Mrs. Anle qpp. tur,
eperee maiF n te hJI H llh TM. e mJoliMrs. M. M. L Leo, aMs. J
r Fowrsa J amd M.Mrs orEN e a.
of wld p- hblUn, or-ard. of the Uaiwsity WeCnl's Chib
Ady s ted,--. ail M white Guests, greeted at the door Exuewtive B oard.'
-ilbylls tt Mrs. John Baxter and Mrs.I Social Cia drfort h aAft.
A d es tif, entwin ed namar Crevasse, were recev- ermom was M Jim H.
with per s a a -ed in the foyerby Mrs. Reit James.
d to a e andMrs. Tbeodore S. Georg, Program Chairian ad co-
holder ith white 5pM ca-club president. |dana were Mrs. G.*B. But,
meUiasatth mo wuMed Twnase presiding at the to ter ad Mrs. doy elih withW
on o end of. the I table tables were Mrs. J. Ed. Price, 'Mn E. L Garrett, Mhs. Pr
in the main dtg uroon.,At the 'Mrs. William T. Zeamah, Mrs. 0o Lowdin, Mrs. Tl7 s Ma-
opposite end, caM in Jean 0. Mitchell, Mrs. George ren and Mrs. Stanley West as
with three winetapers at with- 0. Hack, Sr., Mrs. lThmas E. members of the ArranaomNts
in musical mm to aslate aHumphreys, and Mrs. A. H. Committee
mmic staff, ws paceA on Gropp.
a. tnphaudfb hay id- Artts Meter Gus est
I-g pe and ile Miss Cleemte h- of the
and gold camifti. University of Floib faculty


'F Book


A Man Should Ease Into

New Exqcise Program
By JOWN the well named "bay window,"
Poor cadiies can slp oa is the most usual masculine fig-
en just as it can on women. ure problem. Try this one. Lie
This is certain to happen f the on your btk with your legs
man's work is sedentary and straight and your arms at your
he make no series effort to sides. Lift both legs up to right
compensate for the "ok of ue- angles to the'body. Lower the
erse. He may be suddenly sur- legs to the for slowly. If this
praised and appalled by his rap- is too difficult, lift and lower
Id fatigue and brealhlessness only one leg at a time at first.
when faced with am job or Continue.
test which requires physical st- Take the sa posW -
am. tion. Lift the trunk and touch
Since men are umber a your toes with your fingertips,
candidates for heart attacks, if possible. Lower arms and
and since the leig special- trunk to the floor and continue.
ists feel that a etse is ea im- hdlM ShMmen
portent in avoidif them, it How about your arms and
seems, really vil that men shoulders? Do this one. Stand
should exercise regularly. tall with your arm hanging at
'Heart mm sides. Take a weight in each
Heart disease accounts for hand. Bend the elbows, touch-
more than X per cent of all ing the weights to the should-
deaths in the U#iWd States. The ers. Stretch the arms upward,
average age for a heart attack overhead. Tough shoulders with


is 55. However, e and more
men in the your age groups
are becoming victims.
An exercise program should
be begun with cre. If a man's
exercise has coppisted of a little
fishing and an *casonal pgme
of golf on wends, this has
not been eoh and he must
build up gra= lv with exercise.
It Is the daySy day habit which
Le so benefl The heart and
blood press should always be
checked by,'th family physic-
ian before egnning any pro-
gram of exercise.
The protlaq abdomen, or


n'


weight again, and lower weights


to sides. Continue.
Evem when a man
for a lss of weight
amre allies than


It dietg
he ees
a wsman


because of his greater sa/re.
If ay of py woWu le to
have my Tabby Hubby Diet,
which was planed e bely
for ye and gives yeo a ls
of Irm seven Ito poas
it days, sed 10 cets for that
buMlet s a tamped, self-
addessed mnebpe witk per
remes hr to Je qit
caImm l ae d
Gaasvle Sea.


tlURSDAY, Fekry Um
Bridesmaids' luncheon for
Miss Nancy Cellon, bride-elect
of Gerald Woltas of Cearwat-
or, 1 p.m., Mrs. Lacy Doke,
Mrs. Hugh H. Clson Jr., Mrs.
Cedrie Smith Jr., Holiday

Miscellaneous hdower honor-
lag Mie Sandra Hauler, bride-
elect of A. Julius Sontag Jr. of
Ocal, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. George
Agner and Mrs. Earl Rowan
hostesses, Annex of the Church
of the Nazarene.
FRIDAY, February 1
Rehearsal dinner for Cellon-
Woitas wedding party, 8 p.m..
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cellon Sr.
and Mrs. W. C. Cellon.
Rehearsal dinner for Haufler-
Sontag wedding party, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Clark Butler, uncle and
aunt of the bride, as hosts,
home of the bride's parents,
and Mrs. Eugene B. HIA-

SATURDAY, February a


womEn


THE


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FR MILY
..Warnm' 11


Junior Women


Hold Benefit-Bridge
Mrs. id is at Mrs. Door prias walt
George I. Fted served as William, Mrs. Ward
Roulr Warn's ( Qtaee Mts Bob Maist Mfs
of Hearts" benefit ride party rt Glake, M. bert
giv ren tly at the lub- an Mrs. Joseph SablelIa
house. Mrs. Bill Green, Mrs. Lestor
,, May and Mrs. James R. Hilts.
The coffee table was deco-May and Mrs. Jam
rated with Valentine appoint- Mdrchants contributing prises
ments and a centerpiece of red for the benefit were Walker
carnatis and white caysah Furaiture, Cox's Furniure,
themumig. Lowry's Furniture, The Ri4t1
Anbi. L and L's Sta and


Members I charp were
Mrs. James E. Clayton, Mrs.
Robert M. Coleman and Mrs.
Ludcian J. Hindery, decorations;
Mrs. Steve F. Schnell, food;
Mrs. Taylor H. Kirby Jr., Mrs.
Van Alexander May and Mrs.
Benny L Walker; primes; M.
William R. Burwell, Mrs. E.
Gin McMillan and Mrs.
Holcomb Kern, reservations.
Mrs. Richard Myers was high
scorer for bridge, and Mrs.
Donald D. Mote, was second
high sorer.


Calendar

Of Events
TODAY, Febray 19
Gaiesville Junior Woman's
Club and Gainesville Woman's
Club, tea honoring city teach-
ers, 3:30-5:30 p.m., clubhouse,
West University Avenue.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:30
p.m., Holiday Inn.
Gainesville Rose Society, 8
p.m., City Utility Operations
Center.
Democratic Women's CI u b,
Board Meeting, Mrs. Stephen
S. Conroy, 925 NW 40th Terrace.
St. Joan's Circle of St Pat-
rick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. Rob-
ert Uhnig, 3432 NW 11th Ave-
mne.
University City Bridge Club,
7:4 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW


Wedding of Miss Sandra D Terrace.
ane Haufler, daughter of Mr. University Women's Club,
and Mrs. Eugene B. Haufler, Arts and Crafts Group, 9:15
and A. Julius Sontag Jr., son a.m., Craft Shop, Florida Un-
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sontag ion.
Sr., of Ocala, 7 p.m., Univer- Eight O'Clock Club of Uni-
sity Avenue Church of the Naz versity Women's Club Newcom-
arene. Reception given by the ers, Clubhouse on Newberry
bride's parents at the Church Road. Speaker, Dr. T. J. Shoe-
Annexr ban, Mrs. Charles Fairbanks
Informal party honoring Mis and Mrs. Wesley Lambert, bus-
Anne Purvis and her fiance, tesus.
Billie Nugent Ninusicht of Jack. THURSDAY, Feruary
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Miles, 1111 NW 22nd Street. Gainesville Chapter 44 OES
Luncheon for out of town Installation of Officers, 8 p.m,
guests attending the Cellon Masonic Temple.
Woitas uptials11:30 a.m., Mr. Chapter CQ, PEO, I p.m.,
and Mrs. LIS. Celo of Mrs.E. H. Cox, 151 NW th
Alachua, hosts at their home. Avenue.
Wedding of iss Nancy Lou- University Woman's Evening
ise Cellon, daughter of Mr. and B r i d g e, University Woman's
Mrs. Roy DeWitt of aCrosmse, Clubhouse.
to Gerald James Woitas, Clear- Ladies' Au xil iary VFW, I
water, 4 p.m., St. Augustine p.m., Post Home, Waldo Road.
Chapel. Reception flowing at Ga le rary Advi
the Gainsvlle Golf ad Coum- ory Board, 8 p.m., Gainesville
try Club. IPube Library.


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Drag, McCoDum Drug Store,
Gresham Drug Store, Colonial
Flowers, Merle Norman Co
metics, Ty's Phi and Rime
Hair Stylist

Clubwoman's
Sewing Contest
IsMarch4


F. C. Ridgways Honored


T h ballkom of tim Gaines.
ville Woman's Clubhouse was
trqp' ormed io a silver and
while fairylad far the recep-
tie giva Su ty ternma in
celd atim id twely -ftha
wedding mnm of Mr. and
Mrs. Frankly C Ridgway.1
Ho for thlue f were Mr.
Ridgway's b hNA P. Ridg
way, aad Mrs miriw.
M.i Carl -W, .L Pierce
GMary amd Iai Vient Brice
er gupests and presented
them to the chm, le.
Farming te line with the
seU and the oed couple
ind. die r s. Ar.
te ImIue ft Rid't
wa their wf am ans,
MisC ,. Ie tL Bi ie was
mil d helr, adi 'hul Tr-
bevif e best man, and Mr.
Ridgway's mother, Mrs. P. P.
Ridgway of B adento.
A tiered wedding cake, top-
ped with the bride and bride-
groom figurines used on the
calke at the Rdgways' wedding
recepton, centered the cae ta-
bMe.
The tea table and the cake
tables were covered with white
embroidered nylon cloths adorn-
ed with nosegays of pintok camel-
IBa and silver ribbon. Two five-
i h t --.. I-- C.I-J


branc silver candeleiMbra, nold-o
ing pink tapers, were entwined
with Ivy and pink perfection
camellis.
Large urns at either end of
the room held branches of white
pum blossoms entwined with


The American Home Division P M kcameas.
of the Gainesville Woman's m Guests AMme
Club will again sponsor the an Mrs. RandolphThomsmlnre
mnal Florida Clubwoman's Se ided at the gut book where
Ing Contest mo than guts regiered.
Judging will take place at the Others assisting in the hos-
regular meeting of the club pitalties were:
March 4. Mrs. H. A. McDonald, Mrs. E.
Any member in good stand.- c. Kuehn Jr., Mrs. J. F.
ing in a club behlgiog to the Wyche, Mrs. Barton T. Thrash-
Florida Federation of Woman's
Clubs i eligible to eter if ColfoxLodge
she has not earned money
through professional ewing New officers of Colfla Rebe-
within the past five years, kah Lodge installed at a recent
Further information can be meeting include Mrs. Pearl Dix-
obtained by contacting Mrs. on, noble grand; Mrs. Bertha
Robert E. Klein. Trowbridge, vice grand; Mrs.
Those who plan to enter this Mildred Wedeking, recording
year's contest should contact secretary; Miss Margaret New-
Mrs. Jack Williams or Mrs. hall, financial secretary and
Pierre Bejano. Mrs. Ronella Stovayer, treasurer.
I d h Washinig9ton's Birthday


BAKERY TREATS


a Ck aMn CmM

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CehaiM
ORDER NOW


KEN'S BAKERY
FOR COOKIES-- WhreEvey Dozen Is A Baker's
Dozen


153 W. 2nd St.


FR 4-7703


er,,Mrs. Barney C. eiat,
Mrs. D. D. Hicks, Mrs. W. R.
Horne, Mrs J. B. seM rsa So this man
John T. Brasugtlo, Mrs. Wal "
ter P. Wyr, MM Vera Jok- wlny insue
ins. Mit Sirley Ket Mrs. Whn you in r
M. M. Fetler, Mrs. Wiurm J. yOU Car Of home
e.e J.r .mm wo cm,.your car or home
Steele Jr., Mrs. Tea Gone
Mrs. Pal Tubn eI Mim Jan-
ice Riway, Mrs. R. H. Eng-
lia, Mrs. Harod Perry and
Judy Eldgway ad Marilyn I

Out-oi-town guests included:
Mrs. P. P. Ridgway, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Foter and Mark -
and Marla For, Mr. and
Mrs. Pal Turbeblll, Mrs. Keith Haythorne
Charles Mray, Mrs. Roy Gatl
em, all o Bradnon; alo from J W -,n a,,
Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. --- Ae.
MedagUa and Mrs. John Medag.
lia, Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Har- He may save yOU
old Perry and Donald Perry, m
Summerfield; and Mrs. Sam g money
Leverette, Mr. and Mrs. L.
McCormack, Mrs. Cleavy T. HAYTHORNE
McCormack, Miss ElizabethINSURANCE AGENCY
McCormack, and Mrs. Loui INSURANCE AGENCY
Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Clif-,
ford Bernnn and Miss Kathv im u 107 .- M .


Harvey, Jacksonville, Mr. and'
Mrs. J. B. Sexton of Chattahoo-
chee and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Smith of Williston.


IV n Main
Phone
FR 2-1433


COMING fl BUARY ST


QuahlCraft

B][DG]Dumm


designed for
% growing feet


lany mothers have asked e, "Wibmar you going to offer
us children's shoes?" Soon you and your children iill be
introduced to QualiCraft Juniors, the quality children's
shoes designed to protect your pocketbook as carefully as
they protect your children's feet. QualiCraft Juniorq are
the shoes to start with and tay with.83.99 &*4.99


Goismville Shepping Casew Open Til 9 p.m.


cr W.


Either bring your walls and furniture to the store or

ask us to bring samples to your home.


-... KbTm RAPHER'S HOUH S
10 AM TO 7 P.M.
SUNDAYS 12 TO 7


If you can't coam to our ore to see
carpet, just call 376406 oand we'll bring


carpet sample t your Iont --,
p S -


orm -Taoosee


ThiL offer is limited to two children per fami of tc. Howmr a third child may be photogerophed for only
S$89. The entire family may be photog in onero fornly 8 9cjr peron.
-".- MaPmWwmmr Will Hi Ouwr Sh9.-ONLY! -


Try them. Set, how thy look with your
wlls,numiticc ries.iIn yurown
lift 1 '
We sell the fhist carpets mode: LEES.
So you don't hoe to worry.


Lees inspect their carpets every step of
the way and put them through every car-
pet test in the business. Only the carpets


that pass get the Lees name.


Look for it, along with a number, on the
back of the carpet. It's your assurance of
first quality carpet.

We 0stnd hind every Lee" cornet we
tll So does Lees.


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MeCocauliliwaMureWrmUit pIeAslabilim0b a."1 WI Wina t i my ea-
whire I f I hobd ae Mr mIphy & rt lIeam perins the Russlaos were
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Wajfrg y -el" bphy a f l tA NSUm surreal aly speed other people to do
xio'm derii6 arpid for a the same," Murphy relates.
He up he set sd Uh ldear del "r t o my surprise Winant ex
over t Be pLy, "ad I ew" ftwn ie American and named vehemently, You have


on right to com-e el at thb
late date and make adi a prom
posal, jut after we have agreed
upon a drafllt"
"'I!e United States had the
military capacity to drive the
Chnese 'volunteers' Jto Man-
thuria, but for various reasons
we were holding back," Mur.
phy says... In the abmce of
a national determlintio to win
nhe war, the UWied States ao
eepted a stalemate."


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Ham... 3& 2"


REG. 494 .'. FISH FILLETS
Flounder


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25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH
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12-oz ...... 35t
22-oz . . . 65
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12-oz ...... 35f
22-oz ....... 65t
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22-oz . . . 65f
KING SIZE . . 891
DINNERWARE PACK
Prem. Duz
STARTER . . 59t
QUEEN . . 1.05
FAMOUS
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LARGE . . 35t
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INSTANT
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it & .I, .saSn..-, ine M h. dl or n ,|uyhm muds wider Misceflanous For z
tTeen-Age orm ap P inta I"ue as b7M
VW,_ Ft s amh u u ml. me e,-. f,, rb e, fei I
die 11a t i i----l| PC Wr P to
'aA Healh Problem a M W Ade m I s.dnd avt We of 4 II*, for aw
lto m Iert her P-end bp a f $L AddhimUse R.est 19c pe
ly" relations dal ayal 11 U smni d o A pe &Y. Fer heas-6esal thm, Family Wes* Ads my be
SJEXXIOIILER -41 an1m "ad ll2 lead iMM M hCile -* *w l O td -l Back in m c ore famel n the htbeorcund pla a
mhs bie arebeshg here im p mhint, k fry diet M A O w a f feiasll we l a*ila say t at the seem low re.

"dayff I MI sIIg S. It a UND A
.... ,, ,ad PP ... IN W IND IN A. HER How To Sell
1 "arm Ot ur a, clm li.a, us kvr_. .. ...
a 11rh sah Inatili h tan stltahaeer zm
WS bSe.f-'eitia.s-""" qtb gS ab and Buy with
y ad t11 b uepip sr mtok. LN n. baB b
dI the gk"id Maw y it rice '-Very foeh usq bappe Ciua
.Sd h t h.. ..al GAINESVILLE
"i .M there n o k P 110la ue
b11 0 11teen 0 m t .-Aft6 is den. To get to- "
H-"pbribSuab. Tmve T I% SUN FAMILY
hm is a utha ehmaim lber Tunu To *II
and what h e ed tDof e, 1d YRDA WANT ADS
iMaMy : paren s me a haed D;a S. t iw.f,. as .-
-. l -poor te- 4
ar "Wwho bomIlregati*
t r"n-il ly nouri. Family Want Ads my be used by
ad and this la t er las k I&
ddabet to mId +sb r FOR any imdividIal, non.businus ad-
ans, real or fned. She is Why crifice comfort and fey? ou ca vrier to offer to sell or buy mer-
te din a lem bobees bre along In abeauty...anew, mfercar chandise in any of these Want Ad
'A survey in one metropol, .. .peid with as, free of complicated Classifications:
Florida ares reently showed a
ther atonhp bt e o finanoong. How? Ask in about our Irompt,
l atd levels ob Upli To ouolity for this special rate Family Want Ads will
mint in physical fitn tests O OtAnto. Offer only a single item, or related items (i.e.: Couch and Choir);
hous with -pood ~detswr start with the item offered for sole or purchase; state the sole or
i AbWi a m purchase price of each item; contain the phone number or ad-
"Body development is mport. dress at which items may be bought or sold; appear in the ap-
nt during adolscence and propriate classifications;
hence this is a time when good 0 AIIS A. FLOIUA Have all words spelled in full except for abbreviations used in
diet is maot necesary. Qantity 116116111 I
of food may be adequate but Memkr of Federal Deposit Insurnce Corpora tn every-day writing. (ie: St., Street; Ave., Avenue, Fla., Florida,
ten me of the eentials MolbE of Fedell Resee Sst etc.)
Jaylfood, mest or fish, VW9 N a R aY ...
imes ad- _____s__o hts-ae m. YI Allowances for error in Family Want Ads will be mode when error
is reported on the first publication day of the ad. Allowance will
consist of extension of publishing days to equal the days on which
mrros of material importance to the meaning of the ad and attrib-
-- ....** *Mr. magic.
A8.. -" Family West Ad dedlies: Weekdays-5:30 p.m. proceeding
day. Sunday 1 p.m. Set. See Went Ad rules for complete phone

... _ac r Pa*ao Ve
LTO ORDER YOUR PHONE FR 6.4675
.FAMILY WANT ADS >
WRITE COME IN o

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.". Check the closets and storage rooms for any of the following itemb
in every 25 andd59 pyou may have that you do not need.
in every 254,394 and 594 CAflADRIN
COUNT 5 WORDS PER LINE
package of 4 LINE MINIMUM
(Desie tht Items C14r0)

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each Twins Package! Values to 50. Thee fticlk were especially selected by ,I
Mr. Magic to amuse andW entertain adult a well'as childr but they m easy
for youngsters to perform Hee are two of the 5 different trick included in I Wi
this offer:
Th111n Ale" M WIN ton fr I yW for SLO0
VANISHING F: MAGIC z"uDI
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It under a anky. .thi4 m oMm over top kf bote. Turn bottle uljeide
to it anI drop it in a glass. He down. Nowat comnesout.Poke tooth-
hear it clin&k ream han er- pikaintoneck.'tleyloTt9topshow. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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Mdmed., Fety 19, 1964 IMles vile ~



Michigan nd Duke Stumble


THIS QUANEt CAN TALK AMIUT UK,..
Frm left, Dr. Jackie Robiom, Dr. Fred Lauhem, M Im W T Trt
(Sgu photo by Eddie Devi.)


Underlying Philosophies


Subject of Dr. Robi son


By JOE HALBERSFEIN
Sm Spwrts Ed
The three underlying philo.
sophies of life were the sub-
ject of a forceful talk made
by Dr. Jackie Robinson,
preacher of the First Baptist
Church, Augusta, Georgia, to
the Gainesville Tipoff Club
last night


"What's yours I mto e and
I will take it if I cO."
"What's mine is mine ad
I will keep it if I can."
"what's mine is yours ad
if you really need it, Ill share


Dr. AlbertSweiter as the
greatest man alive i the
world today, a m who has
adpe te latt f the phnlo.
ophie lited, "What's mine
Is yours and you really need
It, I'l share it with you."


it wit you.
He said that la a ation
such as a
The former Baylor All a nation Well on a capeti,
America basket ball player the s irit which anallegis it.


Dr. Robinmonrecounted the-
theories eminent phtios and member of the United self i athj endeavors, lis
phersofthepastsuchasSoc- States Olympic team said still is the only Jitisophydtat
rates ad Hegel. He then list-* every person aive today I will work, Ithe onlay at
ed the threemajortrend of the product of e hiee- matters in fe.
thought today, with all men y. I
these: Dr. Robon pid tribute to Dr. Rold n was I o.
duced by Dr. Fred I bon,
opla er nof th ot Bt e
Curc inhi Gainritle. Dr.




Gefts Into IL
Fredb lw ts Tipo hC ub,
captain, waUted *a agol -

hd1110 of iemters for he n M
eua s con se et a
New Fight sum,

Bob Woodruff, former Gator football coach and athletic hl b Vm
director, has gotten himself involved in a new rhabarb that b cholboth" team,
Is strongly reminiscent of his fewd with Florida State'sO Ton at March3
Nugent before the UF and FSU started but ng hes Is foot.
ball back in 1957. Manmbers odi th Gaie e
'. vile Ministerial Aaociatu
Woodruff has bee negotiating with Dr. Eug4 Ib L dbt ed a -g of the
fower Alabama basketball coach and now the athleCe dir- Club. Several mn
a bes of the Fellowhip of
Christian Athletes at the
Ulhisvriy Fnorida, .hi.
chditg Tot Tart, preA.i-
deud; and Bil Km, vice
praidt, aim alm aded.


ctor at NMnphis State, concerning a football ries between
the two Volmnteer State schools.
Woodruff said last Sauhiray that be has no itethiM of
making a further offer of a football series with the Tilmrs.
"We havIe emoed te twM oMn ll m to be phsyd
u a IM 5 a Wele iM a wSe Is Nskb ae-
-wt I umAisMsled PreeM sary. "IN day de't sa to
V 6 r suri,,i Temise wilN be ale to Ms1I t-
Ibibi II N tie6ahiffe."
Woodruff said Memphis State has been ersed games for
1o and l1..
He Was Turned Down
t mU waprts besm invited Dr. Lamet to meet lis
est SaIuday to negot aA series. But LW abe MaM d him
down.
Th Mo SIts MAD ni1, "Wedrohs *otf ap-
piW 1 a A In ow o ^r e M goa olf
Isflo m WNit dl. way Wdm isbe Si, Ts
kme negated wa Memphis Stae ah be teem sate
-irft."
o rebutl Wltdeff said, "I am dasgsq waMh nap
State Unaiully's delay ad stall tactics ued iso
the IM general te jasm that be U MIstW ofS Te-n
is blocg atlne rirelatnos w emphis State or dm g
b tm way o their athletic prh
"1 doubt a ge will uerbe plted t hiks kmb-
cms the Tmemei pMeple wllS tant d r M.
hm wee amb p np res d t S menmwes
mepNs miE to sbtUsa m w t asi iM w diA


i dM am u a iale h r g doema It?


N- Bvuso Duo


r s abtS aSdS oedriAnt may eeup i tbasm

wheB lds'II m smt m abt i ns em e.
Sm Ke tM son moWS w sa waTO


ado saclw

rue n* va muf-BS b Y
Sn.i
ordL


M iN wlbilepmo '

b eA wi rtli's owb
To.e noa.I hed Wel
.arn d w-vrhm a n
empidt b Nkmr



ab t Duk's 4AS
SthI 4AIle Clst Caldee
ant dli te BsI Boilo '
hopbtoe ACC dmpfip






Geqgis Tech dhmbed bck
into a first place tie with sN
tucky i the Southeastern Con-
feece by uifppag Teamu
474 and Teas Aw kept its
S lead in the Soutnwet
ereby defeating Bay-
lor 77-L
Daviswon, No. 8 in Th e Asso-
dated Prc poll, crsmind East
CaroeDa U 4 whb Cagep
Ufydte, the dihdm tin lwoo
champion, whipped Bowlig
Grenm M


A Minneapolis turot d 17,
Ssaw th Gophers pile up a
lnpmomstlead thefishaH nd

TV Dispute

Blacks Out

Buick Open
FLINT, MI. (AP)-A Buick
spokemnm s. Tueday tht a
disapea t owr teevbim
rights wMl bl at t m-
mer's Uick Opa Gdo Toura-
aent.
Tle touremSt is set ftr
Jom 11.14 at mrty Warwick
HIfls. 'I sphkman nil the
eint would Mi betlevised n-
m&te S a d me wih the Pro-

wanted pr ew t d s the t
vision proeeas, ,e about (1,Wm
of the total *M Maiey tab.
"We dM't wit to ear Iato
that "hale," he aided.
e ssue r worship S
televisoN rights to PGA tn-
ments ame up writer 1
meet at the Pheanl Ope.
Golfers thmrted a boycott ea
im they were given rights al-
reejy sold. A caprnise av*rt-
ad the boycott.


Beatles Meet


* Cassius Clay;


Poem Is Born


MAM" BAOn(AP)-
Mimi Bea d somehow, pt the
Beets. Dabl pt Cmish Gay
AM km hM ath m
andmMt. akp
ao r*,R em ed t m, IMt
awmkjbtiqhtoS owy o

get mxed ttte. d fs



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ftiUrse


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ha.-.


At the Sdthda Cienly
Ct whim Lw tratm the
&MpNOWa WohMwd.He
upaeMd Athepe the pub.
Uy attractdal by Ci aM Sthe
BeMUs wmdd be roed at
Ohi box -a
"'fy," hb e.l "bi my aot
Idb diwais ."
b Deatetget arpictim
Wat by a nobd US ad it.
fh aswe peab11rs, hi

I w bqe Meim put
T s=U- h wlnth l u
shd st6 weon l

as& so fset e msh
i "N's dem unwr


stay Mahead t r pt
C on alms r mlto
hOhw Ifa nr p Nl kTm

Daim YaLM l

Int the a t Wake l ms
wo free emtlm s o |b, bi t
the De m rephed o lead
at l a Rdm4 HWra's
stL Two free throws by Bob
Imm.d ad by BUm
Wti tha sedt Iback Tb's
fm et mnd Jeff ms'tip.
i witk two seco ft.
5 lM6
Frank arie's piAts ld
the Dacm. Jay Ndby ptf
for DukeA

da 7444, P rtl domed Or-
agen s, Vrgbia Tech aied|
Forman 7l.15, Camlmail
whipped St. Jo ph's, ld.,
md Eastern Kent rc M
T1mmee Tech 1-72 is other


*


Tight


Race


Tighter
ATLANTA (AP) t 0ht
Southeastern C ren bket.
baD re amis i tied up. md
It boe as if a ty ad
Geogia Tech wi p right down
to the wire.
Tech woo a 41 thrier frnm
TeuM Tueday nat to re-
pi a t withthe Wildct, who
beaitmVanda y M ght.
Both have M recnds..
SThe atlstimo now -lWe dmwn
3 who cam win a the rd, be.
caem bolh temnbhae finished
t be fMb hew momad
their SIC hka urse Tech
anMt fin up wtn GMgo
ri M ad Vmdilt, while
nfcky fees Alm a, Au-
wn and Tme
HbUted -
,4e Yelos, Jackets, wl
w*i Wal a thew r *ml
gimes thisyew,h woa a 34
red chart. KaItey IN ever-
a, iferad both itb IIm a
rmad.
Kh atykbe We peraial
pwethouKm, has won or srwed
the Ie aFeI Ito a to.
Tech ha. or ed t twice.
Thi wi be Tech's lat chance
to win, as the Jackes leave the
SIC June .
Temmssees ill I the run-
ing for th title, but the oIm
Tuesday agh t bt Vot'
ches. It left thm wit a -4
record, a pm and mbItlof.
htid the lads
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Rolls Season's Best


Ralph Swiars the Gank.
tb anmem p wAth t beat
btrepm samie S the seum
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Swtri riped a n1aW-2-2
a for his fterigdfort BHe


ing was turned in by Billy John-
on in the Budweiser Classic at
Palm Lanes. Johdns rolled an
Mi set for four gam average
Ing just over 215 per gapme. He.
ad 244-1M-I3 -.
Johns's teammate Harvy


opened the AA gaie with a Thomas, came up with 16-11-
spare ad then followed with -MS-410 and they combined
five strikes in a row. with Dave Coleman for a total
His d for the firstlN set i of 2443 and a 673 high game for
the past twoyears wwmt by the Funnlers. The 2443 averages oat
boards when he tapped light to to 03 per game per man. Col-
the faith frame a got nine ma had a 772 set.
p-is when be needed a strike. Best Game
He theta dable in the 10th and Johnson's 244 was bestgame
addedne othe final ball. and a third set over ON was
His dfort paced the Gaines. turned in by George Catledge
ille S toa standout team who rolled 225-14217-.16.
series of l wt -M-l-31 In the Florida National Bank
tops for the loop. loop at Palm Lanes, Lea Temn
ma Seri BR H MWAR pie led with 168-165-173- 50.
Elmer Broadwell, Piggie .. Mest I series Barbara Strickland had 496 and
Park Restaurant, hit 213 M Liz Elleman 483. A 190 by Mrs.
113 Ul and ack Morris Shopping Center topped 10- Strickland was high.
Gainesville Shopping Center, to- 4-1. Te10was best Forgers had a 1760 set and
taled M7 oin M l. game. Howard Walker made the Debits a 611 game. Norma Wese.
Whltey Seifert of Servcemas. 6-7 WlL man made the 5-10 split and
ler had a 2 hih game while Another brilliant bit of bowl- Mary McGahagen the 2-7-10.

NBA ROUNDUP


By E A7SMOA E
Thl New York Knicrbock-
e ended a dowAnhi light, the
Detroit Pistoo had o such
kick sad Piisburgh fan got
their fit "live" look at the
champon Boetoo Celtics ton
Tuesday eight's far-flung Na-


L Snap Skein
tioal Basketball Asociation all-time season low of 46 defeats
activity. by bowing to San Francisco
l'e Knicks snapped a nine- I0M at Lansing, Mich.
game loing streak-two shy of Boston topped Philadelphia
the dub record-by nipping Los 10"3 in the first NBA game
Angeles 118-117 at New York. ever played in the Steel City.
the Pistons dropped their An offensive foul called
seventh in a row and tied their against Laker star Jerry West
with 11 seconds to play helped
New York crack the victory
column and hand Los Angeles
y its 12th loss in 14 games.
Led Rally
West and Elgin Baylor had
h W vm led a rally that trimmed a sev.
n-pointNew York lead to one.
The Knicks' Art Heyman then
missed a free throw. Baylor
grabbed the rebound and fed
West, who collided with Hey.
man on his ump-shot try.
Johnny Green paced the
Knicks with M points. West had
45 for the Lakers.
The Warriors got another 52.
point performance from Wilt
Chamberlain, who also pulled
down 32 rebounds. San Francis.
I lg imtm v co ran off 10 straight points late
um SArWrW toIn the final period to overtake
SW" X ~ W the Pistons. Don Ohl led Detroit
*pa cpis or j a with 21 points.
soe me n ammS S San Fracico leads St. Louis,
Ag ide Tuesday, by one game ain
Wm14 1 0 nI e the Western Division race.
V M B aBoston led most of the way
9W VA1W F against the Ners, who played
wg erW m la | without three injured regulars.
Ws Mal W S Frank Ramsey's 22 points paced
S NW | "MN Celts, who now lead Cincin.-
W CU by two game inth Est

w IosaMN AIW. Roman Brother
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the Kentucky Derby, faces sev-
en other year-olds today in the
Ith running of the Evergades
Stakes, last big test for Hia.
leab's PM6,3 added Flamlp
Stake next month.
Roman Brother, winner of t
ChIampae Stakes last fall and
the Bahamas two weeks ap,
probably will be even money
choice under Manuel Ya,
who cam from California t
Chief competition for the to
pod F iabed Rlan &I&
or putly will come frm
Maris R. Frankel's Bupers,
emir Hartack; Roy Sfts.
I' Mr. Brick, with Walt
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PKY


Gives


Oeala


a Scare


Wildcats Finally

Eke Out,52.50 Win.
I y MMM
Assh slat SaEer M

It's a tort ride from Galwaville to Ocal, that is if
tour aiBd isn't filled with frightening memories of
what almost happened. -


OCALA'S THOMPSON FIGHTS FOR BALL'
o Yoaie's Huten (L), Johmsti Battle Back


Basketball Scores


HIGH SCHOOL


mew U. sum.a 3x
. S a. Fe . Lake Ct
Octii a P. K. YOPg w oGa imevl
so
Cras Cily a, roame n
* Cflwed a, Era m U
..T t 91, Bi"1 47
- Ltak Butler 43, Foe White
-.DayMa LoM 75, KeytOUN M
Cedew Kt 56L Willison 47
",Am 73L, Sarnat. Card"IMl AnaM
47
Chartle 5,, Napes 56
KeMtuky Military I mtlk.te i4, asr-
sem 63
PIlmett n. vence l
Sa kma Rivsvvv 47, Swl, st ~ a
St. P toeri de CbI t, SemI-
It. M arg HIgh 57, SW I BOrry
Clarate 54, Tarpon Sprlep 36
St. ptwasnur Noet alt M. Pe
= hurg Dixie HOllmII
Jacksonvuig lram 4ol a A m
uintH i7 Le4 a
Lee 4
JacKaVllle Paf dn, JackIwnvMle
IMea PiKtc 42 '2
.Jacmsvills Frriest 1, Jckuwlke
JAckS 67
jciksAnvtlle ilbalt it J0K, MmNle
SJackesevoml lotet i, JackweIlie
C w. 9,MW JKkWvII
1" 3
Cilee .. Baldwin t*
Live Oak i0 t oJW 4
Is. jemWs of St. Augiwti aL H
a Tiath* Lme 3V, PFeI HiAo e
TaiheMIse 3
St. AUmtS N. LiWtal 14
Larst a Riviera s a, a
PKBMCal HIp, 51. Chect'atchch 4
iMhl., Ale. Mourphv f, ain
Ppemace To t 74, 1pe ia C e
,Puma City Bao X Psrm Cit
C so a lm l vA A4
Maim M 0, toit own 53
MIHMU 7. Jay 47
.,Do Fuliak Strings WaOeN 8I, Peits
qChlpta 7 Freortw M
Grcevll i1, Campbellto 5d
.clMstahechne Colt reIe 31
Century U. irwMln,. Al. Millr N
Ba aer a, Murug 5

Turner's 23


Venan Par Doe Law
Lera HINI N AMlrte N
rM e vam XOrmo ll Non
ut n St. is a wmena a


urdale 7, L W
AuIe aII WIMKMd a4
L d LVIVIM A D dM a (.-
OvWie i. n mm oar a la
Vera Bch 65. Fnt Hill 16
iwer HMan o5, tIN
Aubuairle 77, Lale EWa
Les5burg 53, fle GOaren sUIvi
Salelit SepXt *, FW*d Air AC&
WaCSula 71a. H&ie CWly ia
Forida Mllitary 64, Mmhntweud 51
Daytwee MainI 4A. Puta 4
Deytma Mbrom 10,. No Gabl e


COLLEGE


RMn. Ila$ e1, m uMmhelts N7
MIT 81. Nw Howell 71
wIeM FeMt De 71
DvMMs 141 6But cMesa
GlOlia TldA 47, Tma 45
Mirin7d 74, Mcarns Cea 64
Miami, Fln. IM Florid SwIMrn Nt
Virnisa Tech Fun 1
VMI MI RIto d I3
Navy 4,K I ucH 47
Etem Kntucky I, Tmmm
Tacih 72
Now Orlema ULays II AAtMaM
Mi ewe ., Midp 1
Chicase Lotye se owig rome
CinefH tl 49. St. Jea's Ind. U
Xawer. Oh.e I%. St. Franci. PP. H
South Ostaa M. S M u it
93
VS. Sed 'l ML Omnao M
Tan A M 77, Bayl 71
TIm TcT I0,. TCU 94
SMU 1 TeXM 66
ait 77, AMIms 69


Sperry Wins

FromCitizens


Sperry Electronics won froe
Citizens Bank 1- and First Na
trial Bank topped First Fed


I' eral Savings and Loan 4-2.
ST L 1 Dale illiams led Sperry with
Lead Sar four we Kppy Duke had
-: point for Ctizens Bank, Keith
- WILLISTON Ricky Turner Austin and Jimmy Flowers tw
"pumped in 23 points here last each for First National andChip
, night and resumed hi usual roe McChris two for First Fed
..as pacesetter in leading Cedarl l


Key to a 56M47 victory over Wil-
bliot


Dodd's Tipin


MNrieSMl ike little P. K.
Yap baWtt" big sr Ow-
la de tothbe wine in aa ti-

And memories d the Blue
Wave coa g back from a. S
powit to 5o ahead by two
a the f quarter.

Oela famw were tha tree
q*e l is Jeff ro Pl pfp.
pod aI 0 WU I
Some TomM
This was the same Oeala
team t lost t by only two
points to bth powerful Dayto-
n M ainl and Gainevillee
"We really "sted," PKY
Coach WUltr Bakins said as
he showed igA o content-,
ment. "Woe W'evtour t in the
second qouter, but we came
back streia in the last half."
Feows like Covey Johnston,
Chic Hinton and Reoune Greer
crapped on the boards with
the 44 COhcn and mates.
And Johnston and Robert


Stearns also supplied the scor.
ing punch for PKY with 11
points apiece.


Curchin was the big offensive
gun for Ocala with 21 points.
U4 naed
Ocala jumped off to a 2.0
lead, fell behind 4-3 and then
reboundedfor a 16-13 advantage
at the end,of the first period.
The Wildcats gained momes-
tum in the second quarter and
left the curt at halftime with
a omfortble 31-21 advantage.
SBut t got awfully uncomfor-
table late fin the third period.
The Blue Wave fought back
to -37 on jump Shts by John-
sto and eams and trailed,
35- s th quarter came


It dcle.
Moments later, a John
byqp ad Bobby Mis free
throw vaulted PKY into 4a 4
lead.
Gee Peek and Gary Mler
cocectd to put Ocals back
is command, 44-4.
1edl It Apin
Johstoa hit another jumper
to de Itagain and the lead
mswapped hands until Curchin's
three big points clinched the
With the score knotted at 4&
5, Curchin tipped one in and
then dropped in a free throw.
Another free throw by Miller
pushed the lead to I-4.
Bill Feaster, tossed in two
free throws i the dying see-
onds to pull PKY within two
poins.
Ocala also won the B game,
tripping the baby Blue Wave,
61-54.
P. YONGE -- Jmtn. .1-11;
GOnr 3.14; HInts. M-i; Feaswe 2.
44; HIN a 4; Stemn, 4-3-11; Trv.
idl. 644.
OCALA Cad, .4; Thmpmn,
3.24.6; P 2-1.5; Miller, 24-10; Cur.
chin, 7-741; McCii. 1+4; Mere, 2.
.4; Um g, 44
SCueW by ertm:
P. K. Yenp 13 I d t3-1
tile 16 15 I I--M


Big Names

In Seniors

Golf Test


PALM BEACH GARDENS,
Fla. (AP)-Nine members of
Golf's Hall of Fame, including
a brash young newcomer named
Sam Snead, are among more
than 410 who will tee off Thurs-
day in the ,000 PGA Seniors
Teachers Trophy Tournament.
The 51-year-old Snead joins the
select group for the first time
in this favorite event of goiters


i ren t l n Iu S past the golden age. The winner
will earn 2,00 and a trip to
M avk to 194 ladtoPlaythe British S-
Other Hall of Famers in the
W it Victor competitionwill be Jock Hutch.
W ith ry ,.7n rof the f irst S -
.. lors tournament in 1937; Denny
TRNTON The Trenttig,- Shute, 5; Gene Sarazen, 6l;
ers hibedftheir record to N Paul Runyan 55; Mike Brady,
for the saon with a 1tS;47 Jimmy Demaret, 53; Fred
r p ove Bell last night Mld, 1, and EJ. (Dutch)
Aing star H Bnng Harrison, .
pitched 34 pants. I
Browni, who is averaging
around Z pints a game and 23 Keystone
reboundser fray, tarted low
with just four points in the first ,
period. hecauht fire and rODs Tilt
a so did Troton: I
. The Tijers led 341 at half- DAYTONA BEACH Jeff
t. ie agaast the who Lacour found the range for 43
-played .Wih r ,lar points as Father Lopez hustled
Sarters,Lynn. Hill and Bi to a 7544 win over Keystone
S taugher Heights last night.
h Gary Bilter with 22 e visiting Indians were
po ints. -I handicapped in the first half
S Tre won the irs game, hen scoring ace Jimmy Mc-
"- 18. 1 Murtr went to the sidelines


KiNTOHf- Wiles. 3-2.1; SlIu-
S&14f Wiadn. 144; Sum-
-134; il. 4~14,41 Tmtoa. 3-
: C-mhy. 44-4, wVakrs. 1-H;
CIs.m, N .; Gae. "a Ttals.
&1MP1. ,


with four fouls.
McMurtry played the entire
last h with four but wound up
with a points to ad the losers


PKYS CHIC HINTON DRIVS IN
Fakes Oca Defenders. Gets Baret

Paul Goldsmith


Has Speed Plans

DAYTONA BEACH Paulfending champion Tiny Lund
Goldsmith, the Mexico City 1Darl Dieringer, Ned Jarrett,
stylist who is certain to be one bby Johns, Buck Baker, Ri-
",. ,c. ,. *.... .,. chard Petty and many others.
of the three top favorites in the eTi t end shoum he a
sixth running of the "Daytona record breaker at the Speedway,
5W" Sunday, plan to drive a both for speed and attendance.
race that will give him an av- On Friday there will be two
erage speed of about 151-lu2 NASCAR l10-mllers to deter.
miles per hour at the finish of mine starting positions (aside
the 30 lap round Daytona In- from the poles) for the "500"
ternational Speedway. on Sunday.


He believes this will be fast
enough to win the richest stock
car race ever run, despite his
own record two-lap time trial
run of 174.910 m.p.h. less than
two weeks ago.
"The race itself figures to be a
lot different from a time trial,"
Goldsmith said as he worked
with his mechanics on his 1964
Plymouth with the big "25" em-
blazoned on its sides. "Pit stops,
for one thing. I hope to run the
"500" with four stops, but I
might well have to make five.
Then there are the caution flags
to be considered. You have to
count on them coming out a few
times during the race to slow
down the pace." The record for
the "500" is 152.50 m.p.h., set
by Fireball Roberts in IMt

Goldsmith is m a minority with
his guess at the speed. Most of
the drivers and experts think it
will take an average speed of
165 miles per hour maybe
more to win the world's fast-
est race. The speeds by the
Plymouths, Dodges and Mer-
curys have been fantastic in
qualifying and practice, and the


On Saturday, a record field of
modified sportsman cars will
fight it out in a 350-mile
NASCAR National Champion-
ship race, and be followed by a
late model 50 miler to deter-
mine the final starting order
for the "500." Ticket sales in-
dicate that more than 0,M0 per-
sons will be in the stands and
infield for the big nei n S Rn.


Brown Has


Lot Riding


On Bailey

My BAL M0 SoIx are rubbing a rabbit's foot
A.d dI Pems sprt" Wrbier for Joe Cunnmanham who also
You coolat rely blame his contract Tuesday.
IPlburM h General Ma ia- Cunningham is the first base
So L n f he said a man outfielder touted ua tha
leo pay wie locktting i er bitter the Chio needed
Altr B l Bkey's 1 c tobe up their attack after he
ow i d Pite vau today. was traded to Chimp by the
T e k th ltt matter d o C ls in 1IS. But you can't
n regiment df between $l .o d much hitting from a hospital
0IW si J m asI we toW bed and that's just where Cum-
GUis reptatin in onningham spent most oflast sea
YMg Baley's houMers. And son.
flltr i rooki year with the The rangy slugger was out of
Pfraln you'd have to say that the line-up for three months re.
Brown h somewhat apprehen- cupeting from a broken col-
1e*. Ilrbone. He did get into 67
The Pirate executive shelled ilefrom June 3 till Sept. 2.
out the huge bonus in 1961. Aft- Comebacks by Bailey and
er his prodigy burned up the In- Cunningham could spell trouble
lernational league in 1 he for contenders in both leagues
virtually handed him the regu- but the memory of 1963 makes
lar third baseman's job by both great big question marks
swapping Don Hoak to Philadel- for 1964.
phia last year.
Bet Tg Rebs Down


The best thing you could say
about Bailey's rookie year was Lake City
that he missed only eight t
games. His batting average was
an anemic .2 and his 12 home For No. 18
runs and 45 runs batted in were
hardly what Brown had in mind ALACHUA HIGH SPRINGS
when he doled out all that Santa Fe avenged a recent
dough. loss to Lake City by downing the
An off season? Perhaps, but Tigers. 58-532 last night despite
why shouldn't Brown and the a brilliant one man show by
Pirates be fretting. Etched in- EdMoore of the losers.
delibly on their ledger is the Moore poured in 33 points for
memory of baseball's first six Lake City but his efforts were
figure bonus baby, Paul Pettit. not enough.
the pitcher who won exactly one anta Fe winng its 18th
game for the Pirates in return game in 22, got 20 points from
for his ,100000. Bud Riviere, 15 from Laroy
And ith e i rates0,0 are 1avinV-


And if the Pirates are praving
for Bailey, the Chicago White
Music Wins


In Petticoat


Gainesville Music downed
Sunland 2t-16 and Jones-John-
son beat Williams-Thomas 43-26
in Petticoat League basketball
games at Sunland gym.


raulson and 13 more from War-
ren Buck.
The Rebels had a narrow half-
time lead but pulled away in the
final two periods.
The Rebels will host Starke
Friday night in their next con-
test.
Lake City won the B game 39-
26 as David Crystal got 15
p o i n t s. BSo Westmoreland had
seven for Santa Fe.
pik up 6 pt


-- .... .. m... "" I SANTA FE-Peulason., 15, ea,
day. Betty Young topped Gaines- i*2. Jonion, 044, Buck., i,
vile Music ith 11 points. Judy la, S 2rk 4 -, Holloway. W, Thresh.
vinc Musi wit 1 pouis. *Judy.,,, -I, ; Ho, dge-W. Tota,,, 11-,.
Indi-- R D Gentry had five for Sunland. o LAKE CITY-Meadv. ,2.-.; Aiexr.
we Cris Novak hit 27 points for l-33;Murphy,"2.2 ; o,,0.T&
Jones Johnson and Charlene 1t 22+3.
t Bran ord Sander made 10 for Williams. santo e y , 71 -
PTat rm.a f Lake Cioy S I I H-12 SI
Thomas, OIcnals: Pritchett and BOgl,
Behind Farnell -- -
CHIEFLAND The Chiefland
Indians led from start to finish it l t l
to hand Branford's Bucs a 67-M5l e
basketball setback last night. t E W I
The Indians got 20 points for r" ,,.
Egbert Farnell and a dozen
from Johnny Webster as eight
players broke into the scoring.
Barrs led the losers with 15
The win was the fifth for OLD
Chiefland in 17 games this sea- |i A i


Chiefland won the girls game,
36-15, as Nancy White led with


big field is loaded with these 10 P1"pts. ety Ie N- eight
cars along with the Fords that for Branford.
swept the boards last year. CHIEFLANO seauchoams,. 3-4;
Famel, 74+; Tremblay, 1-34;
The driver Ihum includes We" 4-111M; Cr t, 42; M|A(-
' I.f I -4.4; 61, 1-2.1;Wo Woser, I.
all the NASCAR aces, as well 1.2. Totals. S=-.
eRANFOIO -- l-i%, 54-15; Smith,
as such top USAC stars as A. J. i-3.; 0. Lee, 2.44; Ros 2U-1.s, ct
r ...i nt--lni .--. n... % nv., .. a. L. 1-1p1 Mills. 4-2


The powerful Sharks took a -aft' 314;imi7,3 Gary Cooper tossed in 22. ruy, r arna _iJ ony,
1t2 first period lead, pushed n a WfinC. Sea,, w The setback was the 10th in Marshman and Johnny Ruther.
it to35-21athalftimeand coast- UI W.s 17 games for Keystone. ford. Carrying the NASCAR
ed home in the final half. T, w ,. u s I V-ni Coach Roy Spradley's cagers banner will be Fireball Roberts,
Th r1 l'5 T o M /1" Ci will "-i "- -"l - ------ Fred L ne on Marvin Pach.
Miles Smith chipped in wiT C yetwi wind up gulad raMe P Mearson B a
-iswfth can'frost .7 ;p wy wiMndaupinregular mDave Pearson, Dilly Wade, de-
oy H o y Williston CROSS CITY B. d U Leads St. Jo e St. A .
with and obe Griffithbad tippedinashotwithonesecond ne. It will be played atMei- Nanc McElwain
th 3, and Bobo Griffith tohad to C Ciy lt Wi re
U gMive utrm City ll Wm
SCEDAR KaX HNhA. isn: la a b ecUe sam e lt toa. Gre eadts280 Set
wee, S ,, Sl an,? u lef3..... r ewsI .n a_, GU T I p reg Mead'
Te.W *=3=*WlM.3 -REiiK-IaTookie1Prof tt Nancy McElwain led the Po-
,s. 4 S. _0- a1b*:, ., 'he Dixe ColeC Buimle oitand m ill Davis combImndfor IO C lie Benev oleut Assfci5atio
WI5T I h .. "- HlG 145; T op Le ue lice B n eo t P alm Ieti
o .j. mwe .soo, w;o, of the way. Butfthevisiting EA- points todti tM toa&pP ls
A ."a .'TOW*. 12BE1tupt- -n6is caje trah over Crys- Greg Moad topped the Royal with 1l--U Key .-
- wield n'ettfttrwteM I. KennyEgio,,
cs "" by n- ne.tt the Bears' a m, foiled tOtal W aRivelot night. Poultry Bantam Lague at Palm had Ste C
Cee Key al6 11--$with 10Seco to I -p. *i ,a d W ,,Sh" aron M
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Celou sem


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By SAM DAWSON
AP mes Nm AMsw s
NEW YORK (AP) Suem
to slowing e. outflow of dehrs
to other lands is taking smen o
the stam out of the pemmre
bdidng up for higher intent
rates. Thee are regarded as a
im weapon in haltng the
drain a doDars and gold.
ut ine baes say tighter
money is sure to come anyway,
even if the international prob-
em ses. Others look for the
official money manages to try
to held down e rate of xpn-
sion t the money supply later
this-year. This is -m to be
fought by many in ad out of
government
Involved are the two goals,
Soften smimngly at odds-Sng
the U.Sgold reservs and spr-
ring te domestic ecomy to
make more jobs.
Lining up in both government
and banking circles are tfe ad-
voeateofeaser moneyto fin-
ance a boom and on the othr
se those who m think credit
should be tighn eed to mre
Some say that IM l m
Sthe fight aim at the dlcict a
U.S. pymNts wit th rut of
the world working even msr a
roam pupo with th ei-n
nomi boost expected frm a
federal inbmte tax cut.
rb would compa the
easy mon detL T lM ofctal
view, however, is that a bon-
ing ecOOmy Ae wEN attract
foreign doars and solve th
gold problem ad hope
furnish the needed jes.
Interest rates we p ed up
a shrt-tmm loans whea s
mrAy doars were gotig
abmd to take advantage of
higher yie there that the pay-
ments deficit wag soaring and
foreigners were using rplus
dollars to buy U. g. o Higher
rate her kept many of these
dollars at hone, and the go
ls somd to a trickle.
In the tt six m lths the
balance of payments p m
has d nobly. The ddit
come m n es spe
ing less on Amrican goods and
for hvestment he than this
govern and private cm
es sped aroad for d sports,

moated to a ba ilMion amul
rate. At the ad of te ar it
had fallen to an annual rate of


Late Mrning
N.Y.listing
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NEW YORK The i s
pbic I, eIt I h Ob
oites mrS t of to uim
u ,everCa od aptMeka
manL
I spqut ib adrad SSt
Sthia dopi ,ced uof N
s^mN whe6 ai nbar o


Sthe cala atttade i t-
eStoe u to Oiem to
the eorwMH prfodmam t
cmm-ns adtci MM cape
i.a have been retporig hp
d earnim sbeut UAdb .


Sch iphrenia


HB- I M BI IMBB*
aga md me
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a s-ineusa ugis -
do es b I


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wA dw e.M bor aml d

b a dld*med mo ,d


a"* a. I s
men it o

omsbairun Srba
aR I heaitbts rtdei
Oa N W Al t ao b t 6w 40
k im NO hR Id
am dam b a#ktodAw I


omsts wS ea ilt alwl anpd iJO Shr'dea. O
lew ps l. S in amazed tel i sp t
1 strkg asperilyd to praely f R risapr d wh


$1. btla. For te year a a
whole thek ial.dfllt is pt
at bill-. But Wamintln is
tab heart chief from the
sharp drop the fnal .mah
Elmphaid ohums bn ihlt-
-g to the pob sity of tSwi
tog credit at nme to ortal
a inatfionary born rather
&tan to reve the gold at Ft

Last yette amny sopply
bhee Iasned by 4 per cent.
The pply is the amnnt
actual bly circulate pk the
total of de d depolts. Aa Il-
creasin m ey supply
both cm er purchase ad
busiom inv ent that s,
the growth of the economy.
The qustm is how much th
may mpply ca be imnesd
withant p-dci a born that
khid to pr-ce iaftlaa.


Sme banters hre as aru
g that regulators f
Mda allow -ather 4
per Set r A this year.
Som are repirtd
t6 pmiMn tha wVus ese in-
flation indltperhap a3per
cet increa would serve the
ecommy better.
If doinan eOpands as apnet.
d after th tax a, ant the
money at di supply y is held
dowm, Mw rates wi be a-
Sder pert to rise.
If eof redkl isialowed to
bolM up nd money turns
esai r, teret rates wMl fa.
And ben there beI hit pay-
mmis defct gn piddW
Anyway, At's how bankers
Sme t tlllrope dtht WUhI
ten will b to wnk t ming
months. I


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dilmn rsum in mk

Ma m-ft hea r f maoh va
A m m atr dkm h &
auk &epIL rba"y L
theId W w-m a wiely
iirni Whew, Con & USl.
aI, 6bb S t "sia lib
m m nm ad but td for
pMel, it kuMA be slml to


a. a.s laft
silklu dmeal f, dg
by te tpft thar lagt
lpiw mat of tomeroti, It
eudtd irtoaeI oniersie


Motor Club

Agent Named
Rmss Hlderms, 1 South
Mahn, agent for Atae Inr-
ance Campanies here, has ben
appoBited e local represent-
tin of the Alstate Moter COb,
a division of ADOSte nterrl
ses, IM..


ied rats at hotels and moels
payment for towing and ee-
geny mervice, moor chub
accident immrance nd ar
ret bod certificate, Blnder-
son said.
Additional membership bne.
fits bctle payment for ale
deem m ory traffic
ficatio when travel ad e
M tvery.


""YOUR MONEY'S WORTH


Teen Job Outlook Dark

By y
-By Sylva Porter


'Is hny Febrary, iSt al-
ready its pa ly mbvis t
the aMsuner obS f or
yoae r slsdlmat to
yearsi
Advice o yua:
(1) If you must mly
for your pprort oa, o
year edltik start yersm
mer Job Imt as sm as peo
lMe-ad below I give you
hints a hbw Up aboti this.
(3) tILU0 ye a apt by
without anag mmy this
summer, invest yar te in
yar future by learaig Ivhble
new skils (such as typg or
shorthnd) or by taking urse
that will help yeu l your ca-
reer later.
(3) Or "give yorslf away,"
as m Labr Dep@t spolbu
put It, by pig hi vSsr
work which w l mma the l-.
nce between a -nicW9
dD ad a couanitely buy
auner, and wihd wl aleo be
a pls or yme whm y apply
bo mlpe ork a ji abte u
hav cmpiat yer fmel

O lhadm&sw ad otft w
pes of the ammr jobask
is the fact t S r tuegu I
popular is swealifng at a i
cMd il be. in m ae m.
mm of its11e i i *i Il
atd is sD mly wM .L
No mae bowpqerme
ttOIu Is thi aMt, bl
sway noti be oa pr-
itg vacat"o joew tk p smLi



Tl key advice sU at ye
job earsy. N ry e
aehior .a.. a.i ish
-i d ,A -W,* A i
JABs a* bI- abl


urself wth l em centers
Ild ocd ,lsM hn c cubS
Iurches tb* NO-e. qN at
S an tomulf.e dte states
-*1 soM Ma a
peasm personal am of


I e t et.al .
The flea. which hem

I&-
nt mlkAefibead ab irb h

mWat ge t a hotbes aMile*
blb; em do; rive i
moie; swimmig ea mal
rbea; rierant s lg -
ways; ipbiNds; I. a



r ; g sable; basel
prars. r
You alimmay fld a joh int
m oflAe A a sprme tyWist
Ms dsrk ertary, or get
tpea3y wrkt in a Inary. If
yw're a celhge stlt wilth
iay Ia a job antr t Pa.
Tavl hbus wil gie wy
A S iftup wotobeaslet

I mH IVth. mu1,F

nw m gA. shorn: u-
.g w forsdw 4 in.d
Der*sra dNs og is w*rt




Rlhui )heehut t ow
CIL. bw ina yea
I nWAR baf hao


K FLAMES
MARKUTrASl


NEW YORK (A) tb1
SaKkft wumSlbml&
at et at H .qie
an. u


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Here Is a sampling of volunteer
workers needed: nurses' aids;
helpers in hospital with m-
tardd or handicapped children
and in rereation projects for
oM. people; hoppers for hO*
ia; receptmnis at health ad
wle alms ai; mistants at
cht ln's play centers. Part
dlery reward wold be to.

Volteer work wil not only
keep ym busy. I aleo wl be
Iexper which an assist yn
inchoosing a future career or
lu-t itoDlege Adm
ofcals are swg a vg"
iteest ti the etrcurrIcular
acivisliste by college p
b g s dage teegm
ers face this mmer is idle-
ness. lb time for youa a
teenager or a parent, to start
guarding ag .s i today.


mu about puoplewho in

711 smtIer a5 tf #-

Irp places o f i0ae, aadt



KPhli d bhby rpg Iu
as Mtbs eead km s


-he 1Ue
Sowed
&eam"
" ti ay qsdU
&Jf^K^^^ yssnii-
!sbhqeAiSr


Cannons. To Roar Again


- .


At Qlwtee
Celebration

One eted afa, Cos.
federte Ged Jph Fi
pa dalelewy dliSdAd the Fed.
ers, m13 Onl est of

begis abobett t d i
Ahe speoal litmm, a po
poted by oov.hrb yk4,
to datp f thi poNl is
tedel by Later Harrell of
0ff Wpber of tdo towr-I
tdiaftt- Otp tm Mn. Ane
Coleman Jr. of Macclny,
Herbert Dirty of Lake City,


d Fraser of Tallahausee, and
tt meas w. Leter of Jack.

Ed Fam, secretary of the
mate and committee member,
Spreside t the exercises.
O rs aaing will include
Rep. John Crews of Baker
County, Sea. G. T. Melion of
CoWlm a County, and Mrs.
Wilsom L Baker of Tampa,
pr ent of the Frida Division
of the United Daughlers of the
Mu*s wEi be provided by the
Baer and Coihmbia High School
bands. Billy Milton of Maccelm
my will present a vocal selec-
ton.
Mrs. Katherine Finegan,
great granddaughter of Gen-
eral Finegan, will unvell the
guns and be honored at the cere-
moAy.


.I-


lem show met a4m.
l b split ai r ai sm i
has beN aerBid ftall b
il the mmbt 1 tals
,nhemdoram Ivmi
he dr n Ih g im da
11m .am .fl a ra pmbIs
I us hown S srosb wml
boa km km- n jo
cby .,a m tmW il d I
I eto ad i vears who -i
brielyi bre mtl hr stigl
har-mo oswerlAba t hi
mp, wi"i misp of

rime in be vuse ant pieces
of ytmhS psuth toqbL
r e Im p&k inmin ,1 hoV
ae, Jlunt roUi t hiore. .
m badt ly in .m i d im
ck, hmoadsnohw 68m k
sAhoiu ThelSle at ad
- S.
Exchange n.mw.'s iefm
c aa ft pt mblic w is.m
hav sold ince the s market
break W ie-mdkw ajPac-
i* penuion ha~d, be cow-

the apaly of the mblc Is
an boeuadbytheslw^md
Ssaie of mutual falls. Net
purchases of mulal funds
reached a peak in 11. e de-
dine that set after the mar-
t bek lbas not bUretedi4
for though le bhave inte
mewhat redemption have
also climbed*
This analysis of investor be-
havior suggests that a sustained
rim depends on mwaken-
ing the interest of vestor who
discovered that what goes up
can ce down or attracting
neophytes who have not yet d s
covered the joys and popangs of
stock ownership*
McCarthy's bele that the
pubic is coming back itlo f
market may be an iportant
straw ti the wid. RHe "ot that
whle actity is siD bow ftd
levels reached before the 1iC
decline, there has been a steady
rise this year in the opening of
new accounts as well as an in-
crease in his c her's share of
total trading volume.
Tau cuts should mean a new
lift to busine activity and pro-
fits a well as extra purchasing
power for coafm e Inrs. Tes kAc-
tors may make ibuors vl-
nerable to the stock-market bug.

Merit Pay

Is Being

Ditributed
TALLAHASSEE (AP)-
State Comptroller Ray Green
said Tuesday the ta would
begin today to dAtriute merit
pay checks to -me A tesa
sn who quaid last year.
Thie lmis wsl, chth si M
legislature aboM ed ing
thispaymlet, w dds
slightly after the state folnd
sf asort of c,.,
Green said tax was
suffidrnt to penit So dats to
pay out 3.4 a The
lar apprrtod te 1 mlna=
Having to Green S. pree
ofwheretofit Whulomce.


People Working in Glass Co


Had Better Keep Budget FJ


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4.


am L (Wd aSo d as
Elns W., taisk, m h




to t a ret pmnais lai s
ledit km andobaa eb
b*It a mbhum*ontAmS

da reA Id at rit


r eviecer, faH at the o
and deep irregular b


Wer end
reathing.


Democrat
Wins Calif.
House Seat


SAN fRANCSCO (AP)-Lb.
Mra Democrat Pmnip Burton
topped a field of seven and won
a seat in the House 4f Repre.
setatiUves in a special election
Tuesday.
He cimed his tru i "is a
resMuMding vctry for the John-.
son adminlsation out he in
the western pt of he United
States."
Burton had to gather more
votes than his seven opponents
and any write-in candidate
combined to win the special
election in California's lth Cou
grssioal District and avoid a
run-off.
.7ie election was caed to fill


the vacancy created when Dem. the limit of its fresh water ca-
ocrat John Shelley was elected abilities, he said.
mayor of San Francisco last Adams charged tuht Florida
November. The term expires failed to finance its share of the
Jan. 3, 15 and Burton nat giant Central and South Florida
nm for election in the No.IFlood Control District. ". .
vembe general election. Federal authorities feel that if
The th Distrit, one of two in Florida is not suffiieently in.
San Francisco, has IuM regs- terested in adequately support.
tered voters, of whom 7 per ing its own public works pro.
cent are Democrats. gram," he said, "wiy should
the federal government make
an extended effort?
*t ri h ou ses "Itis imperative that we step
urthouses I
up the pace of (flood control)
comrtudtion. Were it not for the
work of the district, Miami
] would already be in the midst
XIole f a water sorutage."
Adams recommended that the
St Joh River reservoir pro.
Ject covering M, acem be
P"ned, together with its sie
budias of 18,10 acres of re-

He said the coustitutinal a-


mtb public purpoee for
ds pcassesd vda eIt


Bond Issue
MIAMI (AP) Secretary of
State Tom Adams suggested to.
day that Florida's $50 million
recreation bond issue be given
the dual job of providing recre-
ation and water conservation
In a talk prepared for deliv.
ary to the Miami Junior Wom-
an's Club, Adams warned of a
ario water shortage facing
section of South Florida and
said the state must move iun
mediately to build conservation
He said within 10 or 20 years,
water shortages would be felt
by Dade, Broward, Palm
Beach, Martin, Monroe, St. Lu.
de, Indian River, Brevard, Pi-
nellas, Hillsborough and Pasco
counties.
The Cape Kennedy area al.
ready was dangerously close to


Karl Vows

To Take The

Bland Stand


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DAtNIA BEAMC (AP) -
Rep. Fm air of Voaksta Coun
ty warnt ether .aie for



d--- *o ma- -ma
bo peog S idb beadwters
hs, "ftpe ten the dear
#S claim bob. a sute
awl stad v and bfesl
by tto alMpgs to

e iprnot w ba rde


Hasaowrsft aslr .m
hloht airflhtiW
Emmetad t mr

Sefltoyts Ge Wii


Business Catches Breath


Wind Smashes Window

To $300 of Smithereens


1%


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an **aeomm ratlg
so m deilrd Ih atloe of
oa11 ralts moae import-
at O l W tte, wll be
hbd Sledhu 2at pa at the
beiMeM ldctbetmen Lake
Cya M elamy on mHighway
gt.
iMIMlnae ceremony win
e te pums m 4 E two 1-
poad Naaa common, to r-

pm worm wenr acm.N
br& Worlod vWar ue

SBatile ofhte was the
major Frias pimfnt in
the Clivi War. Union troops
ril wet to separate that
put of Fbrida frn the Con-
aneyr, urehd aft a x-
oe boaink what wa m kown
to IUntetimau tae Battle (

The deft of the Uian Army
by to 01Batdstsa, on Feb.
A II puedrm S riaor
bee q fu norida and
AtBd the Union to the coast-
slal .
Preceding the Ostee rites, a
IenqIlw il m M.


a11.11 1 service u Will be held at ... d l -m .
SA il eO netery i at a iannighm t as p police found Dereiner lying In
Lk ty, where about 250ih as boa th a comer of the store with the
aldes who lost their lives in pMreceiver of the wall telephone
he tle,are buried. Congress The killing climbed a series dangling over his had e had
man D. (Billy) Mathews of 13 holdups at Minit Markets been shot twice in the head and
wiR be the speaker. here in six months, several of once in the shoulder by .22 call.
The centennial observance and them apparently by the same her rifle bullets.
purchase of the cannon by the man-a youth armed with a 2 The robber apparently fled
Florida Library and Historical calia rifle. without any money because the
Commission were madepossi Edie Jackson, son of he jammed cash register could not
bW by a 5,0 appropriation by chain's owner, Julian Jackson, be opened.
the 1M legislature. said he wastalking on the phone In December and January, a
with Jacob Deremer, manager rifle-packing youth described as
W Don't Soften, of a newly-openeds ore at 144 .." y robbed three other
Arlington Road. They were dis- Minit markets. In two of the
hin a sing a jammed cmsh register robberies, he fired his rifle to
l lin a i Deremer oddly stopped emphasize his demands for
TOKYO (AP) Red Chinat al J ae m said be mo"ey
told the United States today not a I athe ackgo A
to hope for a les rigid "second Adams Poses
chelon" f Chinese Communist Hey, bddy, how do you open
leadership with which it could thsdalmnd thing"'DT
do buness. Then Jackson hear the phone ual UseOf


Boss 'Hears' Robber Slay

New Manager of Market
JAKSWONVIU3 (AP)-A 34-.He heard noshot, apparently be.
yarMid ma rving his first cause a radio was playing in the
day as managerof a Mnit Mar- store and the television set was
ket chain store was shot to death'on in his home


n a reaffirmation of Chinese
Communist policy, the office
Peking People's Daily rejected
U.S. conditions for improve-
meat in Chinee-American re-
lationm a "mt prepstemus."
The paper aid Red Cia
could not under ay drm
smtam be dimnded a it np
portg- Aft a.i mi



JUSTCALL
HIM 'WINDY
STARK! "Jm d c m
WiNy ft," e Ct
Cat Judge J. C. Adkl Jk.
yaterday whm a vilm
wdalrm blw an a VhW.
dw in Jldge GO ge L PatI
ia's cham o 1 Bt ald.
hrd eMtmane.
The helat, stM m see.
nd dagb fdo p.
p-d Jode Adl' rOst
dilkdl vi he, neald E
to remar, "J pisam

Caey emaesM, .ad 'm
IM a new sulm s Iee.M
Wrina.,re-u-ekere.





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IAv -1 .- ~..*a W %-


Chsme r Snbuem All Grinds
Coffee *t
(halt I per coemetr w/puNchem of $5 or more)
Swift's Premium All Flavors


NImc' e


CCm r Tree


Chicken In A Biskit
.^ 410

GARBAGE CAN
L ONLY
SIZE EACH


PRICES EFFECTIVE
WED.-FIU.-SAT.,
FEB. 19-20.21-22, 19641


Ice Cream .
Dole Pimeopple-G pefruvit
Drink... 4
F. r P. Cranberry
Sauce....4


Swift's All-Purpose Shotening
Jewel....


59S


h. 69


No 300
cans


4$.

49


2l 49


-mi -.


- -


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poimwdmo
SGrea m
twiln O4 knw dIu



AL 'r fle


Festival Stvewberr
Preserves.....
Far LUn, Ray" 5red Alaska
Pink Salmon..


a2
T.I P0S. ..


32 o.
jar


59v


S59'


Isqil
$in


41'

25'

I.


Cem ck's Dedkm
o Cherry Pie Mix
Tip-Tp B- ed Deli Spiced
o Peaches.... 3
Gr Glet Cmm Style
D Golden Corn 4
Go= Gloat Iead
o Cut Asparagus 4


N MWp Laedy
0 Shelf Paper
Nol MyWLad
o Shelf Paper

o GravyTrain


i 0 0


cn 35c
#21/ $1
J0O1 I


59C


101/.-o.
cans


13-inch
size


18-inch

5-lb.
* * pkg.


hdet V aMk, Cheset Blasses. -mem Cimm
o Royal Puddings 4 no.
(PlH. 50 a fee d Gm Steamp w/supei)


39C

39c

79c

50C


chd' of ith e f
li ch&mk fma
SJ $ 1


mnco 0ow
ffiftoni0
3V


chinito 1.g.
paine rice
3sp


pompoian
olve oil
Z25'


kraft's
safflower oil


W 49


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SVfT'S PREMIUM PROTEIN
GOVERNMENT INSPECTED


TEN1


t-AGED HEAVY WESTERN
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Chuck S5

Short Ri

Ground l


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of ..lb. 49c


PRICES IFFICTIYE
WIED., THU., FRI. &
SAT. FEBRUARY t1, 20,
21 22, 1964


Freh.Pcncs,..




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Spae Ris l *
Pok ode 1. 9



PokHcs l 9


* dairy speelals *


M a Cerm Oi
Margarine.
Snowflake R


.......... .. ..


Rolls


BIwd's ("ing YTr Copm)
Cream Cheese


2.. 245c
.... .39c


Wieadi Cmwd Ckem
Longhorn Cheese ..
Krmw's ehz AmwrilW, Pimef r S
Sliced Cheese .....


r 65c


Swif' Premium Souse
Brown'n Serve.


Swift's Premium Testy Feh
kBRek oe


Swift's Premium Smokies
Polish So
Old Fhion Flavor

T.a's Whole Hog

Hmu O... Co.. Coe
S" dir


Teerw's Now


Sea Bas
LU". S-fed Tw t
Lake Mil


ao-


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lb. 25'


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HARD GREEN


CABBAGE


fem He. A, Pchvh r Cb..
Fruit Pies .......


Pie Rt CSveiw Test
Pie Shells ....


Sa' Fn Sp ...
Buffer Beans .......
WA PFiod 00M, lie il
Green Peas ........


CLARK'S
Beef


Sw-Kit id Juocy
0 Lemons .....
D'A uA i JLsy
0 Peo n .....
M m G .a (. ,W,. La M.W
0 Dftes ................


d.3. 9


Burgers


Baked Potatoes
Frot's -I llp
Frozen Scallops


Lobster Tails


250


Breaded


3 2241.
A.'. 9


..... 39c


"'. 49c
',0 29c


30coz
"pkg.


'12- 39c
p4.


1"6 79c
. .. k. /


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kFms
Oysters


- 89c


Where Shopping Is A Plesure.


GAINESVILLE
SHOPPING

CENTER
1014 HO TH MAIN 1ST3M1
9. Me. On Fadr, 9-7 Swudsy


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MAR APY: Mysibam0 a
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her -i hets vufy a1.d s st ft
and 1y9 bI abded in Nq. b -a
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gB aoa"&w
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a saIwmei
6:1S a La N.Nm
Irbkley
SNews Wila
am"


Watme Dead or
are
"Journey for Josh." A girl
named Sum n Is wanted in
Aneto as an acomp"
lice in a holdup. Josh is
taking her into town, but
he has a tough adversary
-hi on affections. Josh:
Steve McQueen. Susan:
Ls Gaye. Nick: Jaon

7: aU T e realy lCtA
7:0 6 0 VkgiTm
(Coor) "A Matter of Des-
tiny." Tramp's gir fr
end Janet is attracted to
an Eastern financier.
Tranpas: Doug McChr.
Garth: Lee J. Cobt. Vir-
gman: Jame Drry.

The Flight from Holy-
wood", ii scheduled.
Changes in the movie in-
dstry over the past de-
cade are examined. Its


*ah a edIuaed WedMW <
v&Ase.MmmmmS.


fN I tk to,* S t6e pinadd0 biya rumprAe


Ma MOUINS:Tesk an Do bomb Awas.
k iaamh d am ma


ONGGM mTOuI UL: 3fm a m rnm'hr t#a
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a Cnperf dp Mst iJc
ad pst prodewlis t. 0 D*ggy aeg-*y"
hOid. NtoW Oa Wsw IL CU News, Wer,
ed i haslMar ha r *8 (Slhr) Nb
bo Anat bAne hirtu Weter
Dicklw. ai Dolore D 6 1 thUP
lb; Id; GwpesSIt. s T'Glin Earrn." In er-
vs, Jo HOf, Otte der tbfohidefaehGes-
Pr.ibgr, red ae. ta, a rtiah eilldl a
mat d Cal PmanI ; wi the role S a gpy.
pInas.itaNy oNr Ray Nllahd, MSrie
l nd Gmr adn; RDetrich, urVy .
ad writs A*y Mm t35 nt g My Cl
ad (Chr rr. (CI r)
HarRy Reomr rurt. y mwDAT

8:0 a E dpeeft T le Sma l
Wnts w :1 mAta i.
8:3 a Domled. 6:3Ma aSW" ciesll
0 salVII E Lollsh63 W0els act
1:3 EabqOm 6:5 0 usMbe Akewe
"Cate is Spo" is : Uilt Words
steidDe. Praf. Kemp's 6: a Nelgier (Cefr)
visit to Mai-bh first :M a Ftw d aim
since he fooht in the 7:O U TAeIy
Sp*n Cvi War-awt U News. Weft
be very pacul: a yoang 7.U B Fier u l
Spteard with a asty leg 7:0 6New
woad tmr up at hisn 10: CqaKis raga
bIt'lbode. h1:3 DUKe. Cmt
U Aity ylRe A wife cargme at hher
BEN CAuT-Bms W amd stol wans to
"Te SetlBao On Mnd lead a bI li e.
qifig." Casey wuafto Ui mim.
nrmmnoea is"kt *a 6 hiehirhuft
KErM War vateram's er B er (Cim
.leg, bt the Ilier tUeU Pk A AmRoy
wOat i ae-SsC Oy u JAitU Lme
proIses toW operate wSb% 5 84 Geep mfts
out isibetle. Casey: h- MI 6 Wh M


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4. 8 Malt Gam
papers PAr
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'One Miate to ZTra"
(115) rr the wa
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coned becomes en.
c*y ivowied wh a
yoe wto who worM
for the Untied Natds.
Robert lmap. Am
BR, W1mt. Talma,
Unrig MeGow. (3
a.)


With Art Buchwald


Handshaker's Handshake


WAWGINuWl ra
by nature are big hands
but vry few can be pu
dl with ScL Wliarn
mike of thankiB
SOL Promire ib the
isar b hShaker.


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If. Pawb
Baby Cewm


Aieas every weiKena, or fe years, since he is runag for nelec-
bakers, since hei bl te Sate,u tiom, he oto better t
t in thehasfl backtohisol Wh I e tl plied will
PNro dtate bw fas m pose nIab a hand wA they ms i,
m.t-to abae rbu h&isa&L Pmare s nbes eat
h d. a lspo WeIst e hu e ok dahandstoi m akein ~
A -nost aMSaS a" yerI Sae lwmnerIt' a*o
-- upomilie hot to shake hands
wi h imfyou happen aIto be in
w s ame town.


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V
51.RS~I tEaS


A typical fromireh week,
u he eplned it to, go

in theveg and arrim in
Milwhe t I pjt. Hein-
0* b) Ibfita shtlpp
e. mB start s akig'

L. Pmire alwm taMds&
Sit b freet d the cmir as
be c= bmhlwM people
as thy pit as welaslam
at l. I uys, "I'Mf
len PrfMl and I *t wAt-
d to ay etbe." Thm he
4 00 a piece of d .
Slbl*. i -
ltahm I epkk I h
sai. loos wvy to
ue yo1 felpp mw
lifw as *i sutas*
ftewy Mh sy aM
tr asd ttary ma.

Alget -4 ft soft
u ftelleshiri Mn#r iae-


mNuo, the Sesr searches


out the best game town
ad sat hes with aa the
infateypgo b. e nMay
work several games in the
same day, driving from one
town to another.
"Footall pes give you a
St of mi," the Senator said,
"but t people hvew other
th an their minds and
yo'n Mt M when they
dake Y hoat if they re.-
hn Is why e Sensr Ifies
to wort bmilowng aleys. "People
are more rlamed ki bowdhg al'
ims m arein W ang mddo
61 i~ing."
n the evenings Sen. Pron-
mire prefers to fid aa he
Adwora kemi eor
a movie thedr to work in
tract o. BwHis aiet em g
sce he's been h poliut, he
tus, wasw hi it an



bi IIi Wi| on In Hka
ie a dngw,d a
Memnu' e la a in h
e night.

I e is abM Welke, nhP
a"wh am he pdts Mbrkhe
hlIta b the wbicHr. Ito
jia'WeInb r low. n an
W gs h a. PIsb

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Nursing Diplomas
td Abie Cmy Pm"ttl l&I the a m wo m


NIta Prog|rm il tade
mei y p i r Vmt li ti uNte


the nM* ** *
mrd by a VtS
Colb 6sil l & Pu liti
tio. Dqutmt libae
COaN*ied d Pile ne'
Us-


eiMhIS blt the U pmn
-dt I urnSwd a
uysw eA IV e Dam
b. td e -paith ad
th J. ob m r Ht Cow
s whoemw ernis -
do m dru Munt
To be i~t for to pw
vw at. .S hae"a
r saeboel Sdw t mora
IIIk ielrol dplans o pMB


Te p eaaiseispe nd eqdivalt ummNins.im
by buhldwrbmd d4
uodt ad the Ffia's e Moore, F a
s iUt edam m l. a D Js, Y rkn, O,
with aria anu os ~ tie.. rt Piete; ,1 Jas.i, 1a
Board of Nwn Exl1an m is IS ,
IoU wemwib D r. E
Wi a pri ar h ime d td asedl* at MillerIWOC

aIl GHt Iu e W IAphDahand s Y
meathe orEthCd, i.. g n th16 a
Dri.anu is b bA to Ate Wmi;eso
Ierd to recoAe Ydewnl an. t
tiaol SNed Aprs O Bla ra-abo
from sritald M A.Bpa ma s
as will be Mr. a rllto5adr
by G. BoWriis msa.
ti of the 601 er fn the t AD e
Tleoud s fort f cd mlastay
notld ta o t a e D ue.aod





hrome dPermo uc
a these a as o le oard ...
th l ,the, Iitests.lc

Bobby Wnigt of Miami,
wtuivas wt*r. a radI


roAve., Gaglusplk srmdedb m srdmd
Right us ^s &im .
aide.doIts raftL. La stipa am rlh


To gt poe wople to ralace Im to
to youer trjobuth e shimd lmbw1ni wU
Hedom b w ho m 1he*comms.
%paple secandtI epu tmdve
vou ubow ya e wcb uibll M&dp40
Tom aams &


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t~chke
ihdMg I

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you get
twenty day


dividends


if


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in by the 20th!
Visit uad or tthi13thStxt
Branch...My S t fuP"rk&i. te
the bnicH M&W window. Or e by
mai re...savingsinby the 2ho wl
ear a full twmty days'free polsfIa
hoe'ws larett aockatiL



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T IE Y S 35


Cut FmGin d Porkm "Super. Right" Western Pork


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P-Ch.p.


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"Super Right" Ihevy W tms Beef Chuck


LSeneo
Specials


CFIS JM 0SIK FS 1 mhFW
FISH STICKS


o3 91
pkg, .


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BEEF CHUCK .....


"SUPER-RIGHT" Beef
SHORT RIBS.


STS


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Cd
IM-el
lb.


45* 69


"SUPER-RIGHT" Westem Bef "SUPE-RIGHT' All Meat
lb. 69c RIB ROAST ... ,.. 79c FRANKS ........... b. 49c


"SUPR-RIGHT" Wesem Beef COPELAND'5 Pure Pork Smoked
...... 39c RIB ROAST. 69c SAUSAGE ........ lb. 59c


i "SUPR.RIGHT" Smoked "SUPER-RIGHT" neless "SUER-RIGHT"- Cut, Wrapped, For Freezing
dS llp b. 9 SlicedBEEF. 4-. p. 29c ShoulderROAST.. 79c WHOLE LAMB Ib.55c
Quick Fz lC n MORrON'S Frozen All Variety "SUPER-RIGHT Fully C.oked "SUPER-RIGHT" Delicious
Head lsShrimp.. lb. 79' DINNERS ... i.oz.r. 39c HAMS i f .... i49c LAMB PATTIES lb.39c
Ca'n Jmhn's Frozen 10 pkg.
Bmdd Shrimp pkg. 59 s
_______ YELLOW COOKING IDAHO BAKING_ _is


ONIONS
3lb. W2


POTATOES


10.-


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RED OR GOLDEN DELICIOUS


APPLES
FRESH CRISP


'CARROTS


2LB 29


2


IPIIALI Ann Page SKCIAL! Heinz 101-M. can
Mayonnaise .. jar49c Cheese Soup .... 2/25c
Wha Beauty WELCH'S 24-m. bottles
Shortening 3-ib. can 49c' Grape Juice ... 3/1.00
lIPIALI White House Inant Nonfat BRIGHT SALE-glassIwr
Dry Milk.. 8-. 59c Bleach ...... 3 g.. 1.00


200 xtr Plaid Stamps: Jane Parker


FRUIT CAKE


(ItOOh M S.. e 3 RIl.U19)
(SO IbE Stmp 1 1. Lf $IA49)


S5


Save At A&P Special! Jane Parker Cinnamon, Golden or Sugared
I


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DONUTS.


Box of
12


19


lb.
BAG


15'


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lSplS:'MJm brkr Spwedd J hPker Cheddar Lt Velw: JLe P.1sr !
Cherry Ie 2. 'b.-45c .e Bred -oo25c HotCrossBuns. of 37c


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S* tedamS so Weha-y., efl* 19 tI


Elderly Take More Active



Role Today, Confab At '


The rcingd a the bat i
parch is pae for the eaeb r a

Elderly people d the hime
cam he apeceid to deipd
more opportikis to am eb t
--Us
Dr.NMan Tvl proel ar 1
sCiology at Ulie thl of
Miami, said edrs a the dec-


Opposes

'Hard Line


Against Reds

I/I rl/ilm
DONl U.S. M hamaadr
George C. McGhe amid Toes
day that a aggressive a"
Commuiast policy would ot
belp to son the big iues ha
divide the SoI blocw a ndthe
Weather word.
In a speech aimed at oppon-
ents of a Western voliy of M
laation toward the Soviet Un-
ion, the U. S.envy predicted
that setumset of hard. care
diMarces between Eat and

combi*.
"We must seek slations by
faidirection though the prao-
Uon of evoatimnary deige in
the context in which ths p-
lems appear na t world
sen" MGha aid in a d
dress tothe Gm Foreign
Policy AsMciMt
Meawhle, he said the West
eraUon s should seek to reach

mets on minor problems of
East West relations.
*h hearing away of miner
differences can permit us both
to diagnose the major problems
more clearly and to elminilate
the dismiracis which amper
us in comn directly to grips
with t ,em." tb ambassador
said.
McGbee's speech was regard-
ed in political quarters here as
a reply to advocates in Wet
Germany of a "lard" poy
toward the Sovl Umon.
IN m caur cowR or as



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T7Sm JUDICAL CUMI OF
an STATS Or FLORDA. IN AND
FOR SAT YODO.
HELUI MUANDL.
rUWt.
PAT J. MRU.N
morc or uIM nseamao
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onsa tas da S. Jams.,
at a4 .* ad_
a awrkreS-Btothe~fk

saiS a o l refltrM o
OH teat -a Sge e Sas m
wOs1=1au e t AseenS.


*a tad "Am~Igor 0 t pet
e*w alrs aIti dew I ofIMAlmon
le.* b fme* IN ah.E..g
a teins S weII ey. a Be


e"s b bi sbaM. M O
ty.. "Ill
Bbaas attasi Ca~of

dostbato
of NAMS
SiiuV b" ftbiftlk-


U.


adis ahlm wi mobere a.
poaieaISd acialy, a marub
clesilagspl* Ame
Siflem CoaMeA Oa Gem-
igy atthe thisily(lor-
116 yisterd.
,The b,
whi attract .WfidjwSal
eam, iar, ii- -d
mse uws v rabetS by
the bMti d Geroeiegy of
die UdlOW oi Flef ad
&e ZEmAn DmT id of K
FborMa bie Far Ca~um.
ig University Sldes.
el fd he uolernie was
"Agig In An Era Social
Change."
Dr. Tamws aid bh prdmsik
a a wrat k wesasvtems
cteld uthisbg i pop-

hlogw ossatmrieufor


iem feids we are bio

ji m -l y u ftflw we
uiuil he u



e letb4 atio.* ad oe-
To ftlma




te,"hesaEid.
wotW l6m wufeas a ae
hA sy.tmathead atjthe
sior pitiegmtm of laor
havig plew up a be ustria
alies w et *wapinaflf



Ily ited frp the iIidal
to sciety, cap he expected to
daila MsA ad s uIl
uestA taf atiatia will
aftdm a ing uSeti t
varies cities, ha coail
aI.


Violin Concert



To End Festival


t third annual Flte Ar

Uih y Florida wit ae on-
cert by world w viol-
it ymn Goibrg'
GUeg wl aMpear at 1:15
la the University Aitdrilm.
He is pord by Is low-
m Comcl. A seals aare-

Udwart dides |asswB be a&

their M S ca dt
tmets a pried dtt; di
dre and high ool s
tickets coat $1d.
The tickets were on sale uni
4:3 this aeuuuon at the Sk-
dent Servce Center Ibra
ti lloot


Golr is aurrely his Orchestra, ever
Ith tour of th UIted States. appointed to thispt


Bor in WUoawec, Polnd, in
IM, Gorg began his us-
cal tryingg" at he age of skI
by stamig on a eld
lhers madolin.
At 1, he was appointed on-

harmonic Ohtra ad at U
he was appointed eooerha
ter of the Berie Pharonic
o NOM e OF a

aW m O e fm O
Wider W e b w
aINo S3n pa a0 .It am
Men. 19 e. PSi L a P F

zMpr Me A e foat paft-
so a sed as as am fo t*a
-eeda mead 5e e t e-
to go. S a lMd..o lS*d

for ..-memn cANw"
S- T. L ItAM
ILL N.E. M Ame
oIM 1:w


IN TmI CIMCUIT COURT OP LO
ISA, 1Mf JuOICIAL CIRCUIT,
N ANO MR ALACHUA COUNTY.
IN CANCS.RY.
sTomI tJ. REAMe-
MtULA IMI UlFCP n i





yaa 6t flil l
- we t a r
a a asU ae ad W


wr we r W ada ais --

Mb me- am a cap, Pow sal.
J. L. CABMICHAL4 CerI

lAU
iuN 1*1 s Ml 11


He madeone tri to America
in lo an as on hisway here
again when ws captured in
Java by th apaee Army. He
spent tn ears in Japanesm

After the war, Gol* erg i
ame to Amrica. He is now an
American citizen.
He is a Musical director for
the Aspen sic Festival in As.
pen, CoL.
Gold erg'concert will end
seven day lectures, concerts
ad art exhibits sponsored by
various unit of the Universi-
ty for the ine Arts Festival

Shrivjr Takes

Up Nw Duties

WASHING N (AP)-Sarget
Shriver wa sworn in Tuesday
as a special assistant to Presi-
dent John to direct the ad
minitraSut's anipoverty cam-
paig


Johoson and members of the
Cabinet we on hand as Her-
bert M r White Huse ad
aum.sratro officer, admins
ired the Ut Shriver.
ow ofally wage
war and peace at the
=sie tim, Johnson tod Shriv-
or who conAiue to direct
the Peaen rpo .
wrICI dF PUSu? CARING
uwtiC &b ftr wlm
S AM Mdatw AM no F5lM
So r -W aWm b"fr e- wl&
AsI. Mftg Pd m MMSn 01
AA. & Ri o n Is


Storm Damage

M. A. Jmn ldas at his barn which laIt I roof in yesterdays wind and
rai. The arrow sow where the roof of the ha londed. Jones aa examiner
for t. Florida Highway Patrol ad his baIs i located just off U. S. 441 north
of GaiMsville. Whins dariag the atom reached a high of 54 miles per hour.
(Sim Photo by Eddie David.)


Top Junior


Students

Due Honor

Alachdius Coulys brightest
high school juniors will be hon-
ared by the University of Flori-
da Alumni Club Saturday.
The 6 who have excelled in
scholastic work will be guests
of e UF Ala a County Alum-
ni Club at aque ti the Stu-
dent Service Center. Afterward
they will waitm the Florida-
Vanderbilt laskethall game as
guests of the aimuL
George R. Freeman, presi
dent of the Alachua County
Club, said recognition of the
young scholars was In keeping
with the emphasis on academic
achievemet
Thbclub will also award a
University Florida chlar-
ship to a high sool senior fromC
the county.
Cib officers will also be &iel
Octed following the tA oring
ceremonies.
Tickets for the banquet and
basketball game are available
through Vernon Voyles, chair-
man of the banquet.
Tickets are $3 per person for
the banquet and game and $2.5
for the banquet only. The ban-
quet starts at I pm

Turnabout

PHLADELPHA (AP)-COB
Ilabe M. Murray AdhM r peed
guilty to a speeding charge Ia
iraff court and was fined $15.
then he turned to Magistrate
Louias Vignoli and said: "Your
homaor, I have four trafti scoll-
law warrants against pasron-w


George Mitcha.i" ao pa
Mitchen uider arrst
Mite, ws had given ft
speehig ticket to Adler, was
charged in the warranls with
overprking tirme times and
disregarding a parking Li.

Lam FOR TOUR
OPPORTUNIlT
Ia the "B sinem Oppertumsme
CaM mai the oa SetDsI
TODAY!
w om couiwr or W 3r WacNT
18nS ALACEUA CW. nfito.
IDA
au or.
I. P. mr, ar .


10 "our T. rURaW
r ma


snmum amme
o r to me nw FOR
i- ab S Pb IS






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um aAaUfthie~kd "e ION N







goL* a*l^~^tT^^^ 4^^1


Service News


Nikhad Moly, -W
er cond class, USNI, of
Rev. L W. Moley of 41 SE
13th Ter., is serving aboard
the tank landing ship USS Gra-
ham Coly, which depted
Norfolk, Va., in midJanuary
for a fivnooth tour of duty
with the Shi Fleet Ia the Me-

As a nit of Amphibious Sqa.-
dron Fou, Graham Conty
will participate operational
training while wr e
squadra is made up of nearly
, sal and marines ea-
barked im six ships.
t p, which will visit
pors in Sp11i, mu Italy,
Greece and several Mederran
m islands, are sch Aled to
return early in July.






a Unlie Mtat iraforce m
Mit S and weapon male-

Airman Ketch completed his
initial ba de military training
at Lacklad AFB, Tex. He Is
a IM graduate of West Rone
High School, Rome, Ga.

Army Maj. Thmasu U.
Greer, 5, son of Mrs. Frank
U. Greer, 3 NE 10th Ave.,
was grau t from thea Arm-
ed Forces Staff College, Nor-
folk, Va., te*lry.
The college, which Is atteidA
ed by officers firoma a alservices
and civilians mr various gv-
eI Tt adS, prepares is
students for tay in a echelonm
of joint and combined coa-
mands.
Major Greer Is a 1105 grad.
ate of thU.S.MilitaryAcade-.
my at Wst Poit, N. Y.

Army Paton Segeant Jtbs.
ab C. Abrim, hu moll
ises i High Spring, recently
per-ipated with other me-
bersn of Bdattery C of the Sth
Aties 3dI Missile Battalion


Y1owSUN




SY O U


tswILuWsm
-'h e =
IN~ %A" ft

dkt. a-
Mzg= a.


in one week of missile firing ex-
ercises at McGregor Guided
Missile Range, N. M.
Sergeant Albritton's unit, reg-
ularly stationed in Bristol, R.
I., is armed with the Nike-Her-
cules missile and is a part of
the nationwide Army Air De-
fense Command (ARADCOM).
As a result of its scores in all
phases of the test, the battery
was designated honor battery
for 1st Region, ARADCOM.

Master Sergeant Willmnam Bal-
ley of Gainesville has been
awarded the Air Force Commu-
nications Service Certflciate of
Appreciation at Scott AFB, Ill.
Sergeant Bailey, personnel
technician in the llOth Support
Squadron, was cited for his as-
sistace to his first sergeant in
cutters of military discipline,
morale, welfare and housing
pblems of personnel assigned
to their unit
lbe sergeant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G.W. Bailey of W over,
Ala., is a graduate of Lineville,
Alabama High School. He at-
tended Jacksonville, Alabama
State College, West Georgia Col-
lege at Carrolton, and the Un-
iversity of Florida.


Stale sd ApikU.. for Tui Dd
Seo. 1. FII.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ADDIE MAE COLEMAN the holder
s te ilonwia certificates hi filed
ild eertliates tefr a tax deed to be
MS thorL The a tertiicat. a u M-
baM ad as S acsmices the dacrip.
tn 91 thU rert. dut the asseIan
0s ie t was amed Ue a ase ous:
CatUe e L0 7 Ye or Ibofsi e
,U Dmrstda Prerty NW .f
'a Ius mwid I alaw It .
Nme I which anad ABNIM
am
AN dl ma pnet Waie toe
Cm* d Aius. SIated of idI.
l a* inSode eW exeteata
cm be ra ln. se.ou to law S.e
u4h.eaUu t.1 hegall Mto .e lhis
Sh in bhuet door oa the
b iooat M h Me endo Mint,. lW
wA n n Is day of March. 1 M.
DataN this M day Jaaryu 1su.
J. CARMICHAEL
Cad a Chats Carl of
Alm a Onty. Flarsia
(I) 1:2i4 t, 3I


I SEE by



.. the SUN

ALCHUA GENERAL 8h Ave., and Mary Anne Lew.
Fbmwy 1, 1UN is Cook, 214 NE 5th Ave., about
IRTHS 8:03 a.m. at the intersection of
Mr. ad Mrs. Demetrio Da. NW th Avenue and 4th Street.
mian Rivera, 1606 E. Univer-
ity Ave., City, a boy; Mr. and Jdn1 Juliette Powers, 310 NE
Mrs. Paul Brock. 1421 SE I10th St., and Jean Whitmore,
Ave. City, a boy; Mr. and Mrs eystone Heights, about 8:15
Aieritphaer Ho .owayn RL 1. a.m at the intersection of SW
drWi*,ir, Holloway, EL 1,1 r nu
Box MA,'City, a girl; Mr. and13h street and 8th Avenue.
Mrs. Robert Kidwell Jr., 120 William David Parrish, 2019
NE h t., City, a boy. NW 32nd Place, and Don Q.
ADYIT Mallard, M4 NE 12th Ave., a.
M arthaT. gpen, Mrs. bout 8:20 a.m. at the intersec.
Marjorie E. MackDeanna M. ion of SE 5th Avenue and 3rd
Marjorie Mack, Deaa Street.
Hollway, Jasper J. Mobley,
Mrs. Helen H. Kidwell, Rogers John F. Andrews, 102 NW
L. Barttey, Dr. Jane S. Ander. 34th Ter., and Rema John An.
son, Mrs. B a r bara G. Bur- derson, 3411 SE 19th Ave., about
roughs, Paul G. Busby, all of 11 a.m. at the intersection of W.
Gainesville; Mrs. Min nie J. University Avenue and 12th
Alexander, High Springs; Anna Street.
R. Chaney, High Springs; Lot- .Wlm
te K. Bass, Bell; Joseph William Lee Paden, NE
Arnold Lake Com 9th St., parked car truck by a


DISCHARGED
Willie L. Dickerson Mrs. Syl
via C. Vaughter, Mrs. Eliza
beth P. Willis and daughter
Mrs. Ethel S. Polk and son
Harold B. Hodgkins, Mrs. Shirt
ley H. Clifton, Bernice R. Pink
ney and daughter, Oroise D
Fagan, Ben B. Harrell, Ger
aid D. Heard, Mrs. Laura B
Walker, Mrs. Beatrice G. Tu
ner and son, Mrs. Dorothy C
Nation and son, Mrs. Johnnie C
Batie and daughter, Mexie D
Freeman, Iva G. Warren, Da
vid Cooper, Thomas T. Young
Mrs. Donna S. Nettles.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
The Gainesville police thi
morning reported the following
persons involved in accidents i
the city yesterday:
Edward Lee Gay, 216 SW Is
SL, and Aline Boyd Millei
Gainesville, about 7:40 a.m. i
the 500 block of N. Main Street
Lillie Natid lewis, W05 NI
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOI
ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHANCERY
VIRGIL E. KEENE,
Plointff
-*5-
PEARL NOBLES KEENE,
at
Defe ndct
DIVORCE
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: PEARL NOBLES KEENE
YOU ARE HEREBY ndfWlo that
Complalnm for Divocae has be file
irnt you, d you an reWIred I
serve c Apy of your As
Pleading to I the Compint on t
plilntiffs attonf, Laley, Dell
Graham, Willcx & Barer. Pdt Of
fiel Box )123 G. 6~111e Florldes -
fie she original Answer V, PWir
in Ihe oice of the Clerk f t i Cii
cut Court on or bote 123 Marth
I24 If you fall to d o a dmt b
dwt will bI I teaed sNsW
you for the u r4 dind I tI.
Complaint.
Thi 17th day of February, 296.
J. I. CARMICHAEL, Cerkt al
t Circu Court f Allchu
County, Florida.
By EMILY WATERHOUSE
Oepjty Clark
(Court Seal)
(3011) 2:11, 26; 3: 4, It


I:


liIob, about 10:15 a.m. in the
parking lot at P. K. Yonge High
I. School.
- Douglas Herman Tilley, Fair-
, banks, parked car struck by a
i, piece of tin in the 300 block of
r- SE 4th Place.
- Charles F. Jolly, 1222 SW 4th
D. Ave., and Karl R. Kanz, 919 A
- SW 5th Ave., about 3:20 p.m. at
. the intersection of W. Universi.
r- ty Avenue and 6th Street.
C. Janet Patchin Nelson. Pitts-
:. burgh, and Richard H. Carter,
) 1024 NW 6th Place, about 4 p m.
i- at the intersection of NW 13th
g, Street and 3rd Avenue.
Netee ao Applkishe fr Tsi Deed
See. 11.4. g.S.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
SMYRL HANES the holder of b. follo..
sng certificates has filed uld ceit.
g fcates for a tax deed to be iiued
thereon. The holder of the following
n ctrtlcate numbersn ind years of li.u,
anee, the description of the properly.
and the snme in which It was asij.i
Sted are av follows
Certificate No. 236, Year if tlwunre
ir, IS, Description of Property &I of
n SI/4 ol SW 1 Sec. I Twp. 11 I
a ve. 19E.
t. Name i which Uaseed JUDA FER-
E GUSON.
E A of id property being in the
- County of Alachua. State W l nrt
S nless such certifical or certificatei
R in b redeemed cordi to liw n
r the property descrbd t1 mih certi.t-
eat or certificates will 1be to the
highest bidder at the court house door
an the first Mondiy in Month of
March. 1964. which is the lad day of
March. 1964.
Dlasd i.lt id day of Januarly. I4
J. B. CARMICHAEL
Clerk of Circuit Court of
a Alichua County. Florild
ld (3 1:; 2.5, 12, It

? HELD OVER
o- THRU SAT.
I :00-3:10 6:00.8:30
us.
PRICESKJ

MT fIRIILM I EC IICIS II


11 ~ ~1 .mm


. You'll Live A Long
Time and Never Met
Another Men Uke Teln!


EXPLOSIVE




Is


Aa.i A is aM .i S BA&


LAST 2 TIMES
NOW 2 SHOCK HITS
Ope. 6:3 Sho. At 7:0
**e ComplteS eN Late As 1:54
JOAN CRAWFORD
STRAIT JACKET
At *:45 Odly
1 1eNo. I At 1:M & 14:1
Bfdedehk Cnwfled
SQUARE OF VIOLENCE
itallre riy amtoe
SOIlDE IN THE RAIN


m a
AMnD


1 -0 M


IotaBERG


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Waid ( F*mn I19, I1964


By A oMmaim d
AreSSto r Ne 'ad" TaM des Re
WAs ITON (AP) I is Tace i
Madt Ua PmSimc the So

-p forW ale fU7After Lawman
- ft Car mllMm a
tat mml poNe ,,,ded to
tackl th job t. mvd tob t vaI wth
I ai we o ew two wit peW dui
May 17, UK lde. ,

ikn egruptif. What The MMdh court
oNepgre News oirict,
fl Memsi namtativ are mst to Cow
mosd hm_ md be r to mae(iithI
ingot ntdeto
s-n m Am=rican ry, bt. PPbMItom

Apin, art watching Cm r ad tm COPM
grpm and state Nlegislatures fail while an er, with only 3,0W
for geratium to give otem people, abw hum se.
fairer repum tadtos t court These socil amnd -


People in the News


MOS&W (AP)-Cyrus Eat
on, mumm nllnaire Americ
hadtriallat d lea a ardia
supporter of the S t Unio
told a penl do tdeviea lat-
viewen in Moecow:
"I am In the immal pe-
tion of a capitalist in love with
a Commaist country, ad
thereforeit is dwicut for me
to be objective. But an old
American saying says: Nothing
ucceeds like mucce. Every.
where (in the Soviet Unio) I
have ee this air of em
and progress."


Eatoo arrived
Friday.


in Momow la


PARIS (AP) Italian Pred-
dent Antoio Seg arrived to-
day for a four-day vit to
Frane.

WA INGTON (AP) Quote
of the day: Lucy aius Jot-
INTs a CCIT CO Nor m

NOTes oFr lULZ rm
A.ACtUA N'YL a eMal 6&


Ioncfe o tr A mo te.



ea I asae,. meta, A I
ms ut sr meI DOMAIN
UlIM NUB AMIN4 M APV-




Tws* er. C u. am U a-
b.n Pes... ealfw har.s thre
Ior aiam ie MtM NN de d.
oral us MOI k, n I e eIa
4. cuNT?.. an NO. am
mi pae t wl n., yis

w"of k" T i k, m
i TWu m amS lems- N i&
t. Is .0., tieM M MAL IL.



M I ft.... Io 2P,. LI.
)ft.. SM-- S t I Ma
"d IN S at l M. fMI
*tfeece leam 5a*e. tfme



N Tom am as s ..me-m
PW NI" a I la SI.M
L Is nut atf ay A.CtLI.D.. tiW




lba< inmaIN ws wOmF
4to teter mIhs. MMe Nea-
uesney Sq. lM.. a
so Ia 7, Or W el duIL
abe tow Istom ine41am
AdifMUE ft. to medu Ue.
Somwe ais m it. to ..a.
WWleI (1) tO aO fad TiO U
elt a Ud 0) l it a tek 4
i ed a hIeoi dtek MNWy hb&
sM olk dmb e beta d
Eraw asI M IM l

Ci b Pki -a k ou .
te m lwe Al tsea C

wnee I *r .W ONee -
at, P lela. asa -m a mm
momemmm m0 I

Watr int" m m omam
SU l U apes as' i
no sea.bora-s a a


m son m I ? ape. Aif

-we Amea. A
wcte. w a e 1 f w a d
mA P. Llmfumwsl m
lIV p.lbw ft%- W wy


uet P. ft*

an FP. up"to
Mr WU
Panta It


TACT oWa1 Va asabes s
T has b Ir s Is ** aw-
lwd mum be I eJmIn
PS Is Va..7 .t.OwSm

Mvns.- i o im
st5 iI -S .i-l

to od. tW t --/
S Itec. -** ** IS /
G AA. UsK dWe IN m-
eNseg re gaL.SWS 1 suItO


AMtttittl
d amf


M. 16-yeu'4M dulbter of
PnMsident J upo bei
delecd qiMm d the Sman,-
d"ah Apple Boiom Fetival
at Wlcbere, Va.-"rve wy-
r bhe anthng-not evm a


K UEHM, Autria (AP)
-Prince Carlos de Bourb -
Parma joed his fiancee, Prio
cem Irene o the Netherlands,
in this ph resort today for a
skiing vacation .
The Spash price becked
Ito a hotel jut M yards imn
the chlet wherethe princeI
is stayiog.


disrioag

hers Avoided


dshmbi Shat t .(ob.
bil, a Tele l
wir th outuW fr te
iia k laCl pv(o
UML


Iahtt .c t ae iu
sp. icalj u thk k t the
riCpt to deBut otatg i
*e y it cmaL
prf EPA CdUbl is
haintos the Cd~ih tiec.
Thi bi not the firt tdne the
eot h U a ah not
speled ouet has done that re-
ptoy, aughbto hrB" peri-
ode ~ 1^'y
Ih M t decided it ad the
power to dece a acted of CO-
gr mDo ool; hi 11 t
clabed therigto do the
same about t4 legislation.
The court w4 deqmud at the
time. i


But heidocn os helped
strengthen tis co s unity.
The B decio-e power to
knock out a $ate lw-m ide
possible for court in ii to
knock out state augregatdo
laws. i


JuttiJ4 Mamtail Harlan,
who got an tme c bit too lb to t
take pa tothe M ce, op-
po-ed t reistr l decision
of 1M1 and weeL
He wa last smmr that
If this kind of thi4 coatined-
when the legisisteDN ranch
failed to adtherp would be a


Moves


a caoot be pla- arpsd
that $ Ml n Dmcb wo
alety nopao e for the fa-re
a Cu'utos adbt in sher d
Ne.rB' Mvrihts bllgh al
d e S h cNI tory nrl .
They always were, ad SM
are, a minorhy a ongs.
The truth i tt the red f the
-minbers-aiways in a majority
-never cared u about the
right of Negro citioa to
aqupek the Southerars, M they
could have, at any tie. They
just ignored the problem ad
the -ilitie.


If the court had not acted,
aegapdm would phay
be conidered comtHntmd, as
it was until U, and might
have conatued a for yean,
sice Cogre showed a incl-
ation to ba t ft
Yet, mch a policy would M ot
only have buit up racial hatred
to this country but would have
made Anerie foreign policy
look idkroum now when it is
trying to win te friendship fd
the word's backward p-opk,
epela ly since mot oI the
word's people are not whie.


Anti"Smoking Report


Given Silent Treatment


By MARLES BAIIT
Codes -W64logla DmesI
WASHINGTON The Ja
son admhnistration giving*A the
"sileSt trIast" to the PubI.
lic Health Service's antiedok.
tig repote
In thefive weeks ss ithe
lamed s eport wase im- d
a Ja 11, the WNte ame
has sleadoy matsoated that


the Pfmk hasm Idyet Mno%
much ess 1a the docnEnt.
Presidedsil prei cretary
Pierre Saler, in rpone to
aumerou- -uestio repor-
term, has Mr4 it clear thee is
boing tohbe coImet frIe
reporters, l made it clear
there is oig to be a com-
met fm w CifC meWiVeu
Ifor quite a h.


Trial of Cuban


Prisoners Opens

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP)-The of Tdyeard Juda 11
firt d a CNa euiglt fish. Caro d Court
g h AMIereia waters p 11 four their crew*
trialtoday t a i hwdown e-m jury trial on
tween Cuba and Florida charge o ei"d fli


the domBdats capw
four Cubo l ov-
owned fi-ht trabw
by the Cau Gard


Feb. off Fiida's Dry Tor-
top Ilams, was in the lands


Today


In History

By T OU CM PrUS
Today in Wedamday, Feb. ai
the Ith day of iM. The are
1 days left in the year.
Today's highliht l history:
On li date IM. what
the Mare Corp cab iti
tougbest batle W hity U ort-
ad a the tiny Paufic bMdO
Iw Jima wh Be irt tumop
leaded dte a more tm N days
of d* g had fated to ,ltIO
up Japase podi. It took
fotr fri ul dayspd u ding
fiAghting before the Alst
fWg wu ppteddampMtri-
oahe


I thi s ht:

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In 1A. TiumsA. elm
pa-tda new wdeie hl
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In florida ater. The C oamn
whm case,hau I4l nApew
im reach to thUe l w
vaW bm d a Gnala.m Bay,
Cub, appeared In good spirit
as they their third week
i jag here


tir M oN ry "balpea"
are heard snat buy
Whtoe --.tnt bl



and dwayOiska slyle S
d bread, i be t evy of
many in thes aiaamce a
pt


OeS td bet bumn cheeb
aue Phaud,
theJaihcoope

N Chuo mpeared neat
andly othe |r~yflUlqfloat
I f fJn whom hcapl
taIndL ;

ao wale rallana inh aa th-I
aam amhCl b t od thS i
p f.ea a rir in rcidI,
nay have eoS wm /eS




ONba
loan ly vitor haN ham



Win S cre iIM








6- WN1

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aNfT^


When Mr. Joo saet a
special meage a health to the
gcoe, he never min ed
cigarette saokin-although he
calNed fr "effective fegUards
to protect our people" mn akir
poui, which the PUS port
haracteried Ma taer health
hazard thUan Mmk .
Suetio, by Apcdture Deo
par-et official hat nae Prs.
Midt imo at liet tke ote
of the report by atl fofar am
eqp W o remah and edaM-
caIl rk the c manthI
INtm =otki and healthI
were itly reflided at the
WhiM HU W t
a. a a
Soft wedtlalWN Ma&lo
r queried a the msbject by nat-
ing that a olowp sitady is
tin mderway-dred by the
Surgee-aenera to determine
what federal actoe can bedt
fulfill the report's call for
"remdi action" to eue the
"hebali haard" S matis.
SBecme this ead report I
,Istyetfind aK the White


lHoime in. my, thmad


er is otyet ieily libefore
e Preident for his judp t
Shined r iaudi proaals
wi mpmnambly be delivered to
er. JoIn by Anbony J. Cel
brem, Secretary o Health,
Ed.uaon ad Welfare ad *v
nmr of th Pile Health
Sove.
What make the "sluet tr"at,
mBr more Ir is the fact
that Mr. Jolom bin m e abl*
doeped joking docloor-
ders alst a decade a -aft
r audring a serious heart a&
took in July IM. Ti hisn b
trest into heuije ecoul be
expected to be as aeh pea
al n Ad#L
The reamsfr the tlel saD
ma i atinl y i deM. M
to It ii iu' r bIIsireami
er polke atlipfIn an ele
de yetr.
da mbers of CO

ton b the miSa ad Ham
rwe aas the cawumime wi
pbhemt tbf -SI
l Ieo HmUl Catby, dmi
man of ftl House Anrdlum
n.o.mm.*, sepia-t. a dig
tri-t t Malt CApta tht i
-f 1NCi- ad -0
p- oedg al dfmea ignla
Into forabi bem b


a .e, Mr -i
n-r ai -ad c Iter l
nu b in ad by os aI

k S 1w u by

ftmmd^^f Ned^^^ i_^^ *^
&04 lqimmaim sea.-F


I a an a

qu oks s *"m


States


Hope To


Stall


into
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Dependents

May Leave

VietNam

WASHINGO (AP)-Fe-I.
hi of U. pInIm t Mh
Vit Nm are hNg pmtId
to rentn hm in 6te ai o
steppelmmup emit womw-
i-
Bd U.S. offieb s he
pim at pret to der
the 1,W Ameri wIm a
tbmn Sb in the shaied
ISeta Adm ay. Del
to ueww pmmad mul
ld to Sal m.

idfp7 l the m hve abatob
Thus ar- Madem, he
om, tat I pmW d
oeinihg ft put nb siMr
lab h bhd pit -nem
/ "b, *-,k h ie la-

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-ina matel
-d tro iSt


Mn e |m toMM-
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b-"a


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Court


Politics


ii


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blthei hum falb to o

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'pteih ba liigy. w



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i mil a nI a pow A
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4 WRUAM F. AINOGf
WASIMNGT (AP) eis.
rli wn p h lpb abe0
S laws gam'nig he -U

lih lacin ie. 3i
t In the mi a to dwhic
rie iMo d ft ttbd lei


I datioi doa" ee to
,,i a r' ala tomb adl
ail -I as n

mled Io AiSt M o

IA-t l ad cgob-aM
ed to b et lt I h ther
*h mt'si Gem rs runI.-
Al.whtmh rhe .- Mt-.
am t many l di e court
ib woed be filed to le
mplnee with the "la m M,
S ote" mrg fficl to
my sat aparetly iwre
opigto a di off at at Aut
mi aet year.
In Gorga and Maryland, It
ras a'difeiu tory.
Te Gofrgia Leilatuhn ad
twied to wnr m o runmp4

before Miday' Supremte Court
ling. A fioal pa is expected
b pa Friday nihL
Under Georgia's apparti
net, which brought m Mon.
Slay's nlo o di et hMl a
podtutiuo only lmA wbile
mher bulges with LmNI.
bn Maryland, Gov. J. Millard
raw accepted a ation lby
is lekgis e leader to let a
wht egduailve m amin try
o come up with a n qitae
re&tredttog plaL
The Democratic gaerno SAid
h woudd call to Guural Aal
emy into special lea
ie proposed npemoal db
trib in staid it the
bTi art's rsmw
Three of Maryland'1 diWtricti
have pepulatio. of I= Urns
,K three ohean hav m
an ElU.
In line with the aurt's ded-
ds. the idel astubelry
would be about aM for ea96
f the 415 Houmse mbers-
batd on *A 10 pM bo
B legisttih vOddHa under
many state laws perit igat-
ie variance.
Fr example, Rep B
Aler, a Tem. Rqpublac, h
*oajii peas.. to bin let

Munal lu trict, oly 1770N.
One O ArSoa's te di.
.tri shuasapplati .
5W moreK d daothtd dtoth
tW ombbled.
Cauiha U3 ditrictis to-
d de with popouatbl haow

Te poplatlm range o CVeto.
nad's oas dhtie in Is a
high LIEM to toW e
Is. WTheIspreadin tmtI
ut's fin dfricts i m 3,-

rd, wIth U districts, hi
arved up tahe aito mae
rM hi n ma ow of opll
to a igh d UMo. I


Can


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CLASSIFIED


376.4672


A Swomf


1 LIOT & ts
uST: m a- m
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um H I Illt
4 hPme.ased Smoea
1*m5 TO M 161

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PLAY SCHOOL
Alles .S0


SWEENILY f marig Wle
*eme reakd a ofre tm
war* stun Fhw PaM pFreu
I fibs. leM*WA. cM-
lev Puwe. Seop. Ni3
Clmmpt"l w 0. a __
BUYER
CHILDREN
AND
GIRLS WEAR
NORTI Cmtra l Fleri -
er Swe hm rti v
Eacl oMr.s S or
*grs we hur. A y In

e Ie l @ akwsll leNl.
wre or inwr ofl Pt a

g twrr ly itaSwm mly h
y9-r i- magihW wrp mn-
| swt&v -mew oumw


twa tepe S es -e
ow *4 s" -*

1 Mltll W ~ a M bt
90ut a gulessm a abeve
slifmicall. Cal Mr. OM l,,
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS
Emasp up w5 I twh dime-
wo" WAN mt"qb 1"
CnMdla. Fll Put Th,.
PasV P60 altr 1 6.
flr eMe hr Cshrm ae. 7:4
to S Masry th PrIfy.
Cal FR 64M.

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SPERRY
ELECTRONIC TUBE
SPERRY RAND CORP.
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPKOYMEN r
ABIRTISUM SALISWOMAN -
.he ado t..S hr N.
WIMe mePmo AV oste
pa 3441, e va l w ine for
LALS sleet. wAeJd. i. AL
Flun ha eWdpel pf" t
ollw~ Walt *eveflnlngs
Wd 4aWsy, A~tn w ud
leMe b iWM o eMary. AW.
y Me. GeN&A6 tV AX to
M tJM. J. M. FAle, up NW
Or Bit Vhb ao.vf
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A Efm hers Web he Fre
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re a a-w hMs. mCal
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WOMAN br he doeleo aS
C0M wc. S I
OWL MAN tw faMo
PinFl PR 20
12 Mae Help Wisd


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FORDYCE
Ome crl lots Mi butlfully wood-
ed, high and rolling. 6169 Mch.
FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC.
* Wet Untverity Avevne
FOR SALE 1 cho ce lot -
pm. Reaonable. Call FR 21.
3. Evanline Rodgers.
LOTS FOR SALE: Lots No iL
Ne. 14 Maion Manor Galnms
vill, located oan St Terrc
NW (oft Ith Ave. NW ibetwn
11h St. i Ah St.) M. H. Mar-
tin,. Jr., M.D., 102 Talm Ave..
Whto lands Missile Rang
asw Mexico.
RESTRICTED m K W 3.5
I=N mn iad 5 PN fmonf.
Ph PR 2-M1.

P- i Palalta, Fll
14 Wadrorte Pr Iort
SWAN LAKE lo s t houses n i
late ese som Ms an canml.
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD-
age. Broker, spacalizine I
LAKE PROPERTIeS -ACRE-
AGE. 3 miles No. of Maron.
OR 5-N1.

Real lrat Fot Sale
3I Houses for Shl
I AIND M droom hoitc C
Acre Ids. Go ot NW oto Ave-
ma to 4s3r S. Inst V.Cn
tun rgtt, o tap mrafty I
mIle, Is. i mn 1 lef.
T. 0. ZETROUER. BUILDER
FR A-3d.
COMFORTABLE, 2- n. -
c hep blto tad ws coitrol
ht SeIDeo la 61 bitt In kiw,
l"ge storage ro'. beautiful
lat hIn Iaett mneighorod.
Omily down n low month-



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wVeyMe ct. etdf ao1 1 NE




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NEW HOMES
PrIes Inv olveILM f t IL
N MO NY DOWN VA
pay M IN claimbe
W te, FPA

HUGH EDWARDS,
INC.
N.E. I1Gb Ave &15tihSUeot
372-1551
saw. tN e 2 BR. PWet
bm mv mots* t &
tNaM r. P Ws RL S wr
d m i o ain.T OH m T .


i Tb 0 IMe t Tug -
-- ide. ai ui mm


HAZEL HEIGHTS
mira Ml CCI a M

pan& Il I NOBft -!


MONMMItII
a som as a.,
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aam atw.b
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a m an 70ia

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a awedsate 3mt
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I I MAMI HELP WANTED


You


%MIT nurs- als waos t
wst--s a maid. FPtw PR >
2i1. IW NW St.
17? Werk Waie Male
CARPENTER na ea work, ,
Yea rs ei&nX Prefer In tl

II kbs & Imetitwfsom

1st Lesson Free
Harveyv' Real Estate
LICENSE COURSE
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
21 W. Ufnv, Ave. FR 6M ,
MEN-WOMEN AGE 15-
WMate Immditelyt
To Train For
CIVIL SERVICE
Offering
G pay, more security, wV-
catIon Ad uk InVe y.
Fr fre nfmusatlon mes
local iintvlw write
AmWeca Service
e MS-M GaolnsvIlle Sun.
22 Spcil Servce

CEMENT Flnmsting bock work.
Ren iods!in repair. Prssw
371-36 anytime.
"LIKE NEW" Thr w$het u'll
my shout cWthes CL- e at
AIRWAY DRY CLEANERS. 2
hr. srvie; fre pickup and
aohw0; AIR-WAY Msts In;
S.9. 14O St. FR aSIlS.
27 Fd & Fertilizer
DAIRY FERTILIZER MU pet
ard. 12w r b. Phone 3v.

29 Lamilcapii.Ts-M
FOR SALE extra large Celadium
bulbs 1 it & 15c ach ViOurnum
& ligustrumn in cans li ach.
Phone FR M-mvil
30 PETS & SUPPLIES
BOXER sppe, AKC registered.
2 m this r old. Fawn sed whieI
miles. Brinle a wen hti le-
aleNs. a 3lrn- .a or U.
6 WEANED PUPPIES. Take ywor
piek. U each. 2 months Old.
Ph" a-1Ss, Waldo..
TOY POODLE, blac, temale, 1i
wlks, AKC ragter ed 17,5 Mrs.
Gre. Phone 42i17. Atr I
P.M., 21. -
COLLIE Pups f sle. sa weke
Od. Thoroughbred. Phoe FR
024M.
33 LOTS FOR SALI


Il-Nei Male a PfsMa
l. tcretarmi, ulary O&
MCahtir4figs. atractive
Mile housmitgr, 115 a
Esu WHn., etery & comm.
re t..rm, hi sI. Uhl d.
Of. trianM, hi tlI. trot.
TrMe ssAP forrw 82 hr.
a u s slam Em.

rowe ea
ROe mMaL LvY Co.
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY.
In 1SE I Aft
WANTED. ExpeirvwC tro.
kwor AV typIt. Mem p
aried. Reply hbx 3 A.
GalsI'lie kin.
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Coeltee GradteM
F"r p. Cl 41Ww
*12: AM 2-:0U PA.
Mardsy thrmu Frlely
PERSONNEL CENTER
N NW h4 AeHMe
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OFFPCI EQUIPMENT, used
*a. dieru, filg cabWit.
al0nO led4 addif.t
cN. PrIcetl N sel. FR 3.
Mxx.
SOW Umnoowe equip

Delihodl with mulbi


s N. a l sd 15 I l ues r fl 35 lIe-m fw ois n Hm. fir s
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3e P oPNsW, a ir r ad c, FR a. I feHe, insi IR Rs eSn
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M '. MB saT. nenw. nS is a -N .-.r I -a.. ..
eS~tS "IB fl b ^l 2 t S -'ay rr 1ahotinpar,
tiS"er. N s a ACsi n t m*nw4 d iaa n s arneals. P.L betmse he n*"ick u i 7 am s r
fS ~ O UR ft6l $ W t dm ho *t St 0W 0
sN ius cmT V &ag s mawas" Lamm ao fip wy s ? 5, l m s w es.

ai 6 w ,. a m -.*en" ^ r RCLUSi E F TEEY WREAI pafIRE;tNm vs'3
f .r__Comb ae .i "nam Ab Fi=,/OgqeT I alO ii
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w "O. n. ni.u Pl ",. N.F. ERNEST TEW ,.s',F. II Is
A- -.>-inl.l Lee nlM-St Il dtT k*"-- Y ) rm both
Sa n.MITH . i.I A = 3 1 0"F' "aie R E adTY
SNB Eb riiC on IFALTORT.

ss cla e caes cMlral a / 1 P e .--- On A I= se "l ad *o ri' l 1r-
ir e e. L a T I POe e SA L e nu. aa. P1 M em. 1 |
rs,. t W.l ad es e a m Nor m, O.ALWIY. 01 a W =UINC
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In F--L--o-- ,inO1 m1ntLort l a h
ad Amev im e rn n d R EA T P'I'E r PIERCEo SMITH
POe aeY cita Bis Par. Fs R EALTOR
Iat by hi i fF 1N6 u |.. 2. b -: Iask A"t Ia a -t .* S LwU T U
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REMM n TOR FHA veer a m Mlt. 1are De, I me r>M.y uie c nW m I
oom., nlwiM. uSMng m B iAran sea po e r stlet. Cm m R o.e.. co* cl a. ngolal neMH t
tel.. as t4 x .n s a,
GLAD ft S IT ai N afL Farir r i .- -- uttfws s t eam b n
rA a InLTO asN.Eba iS.; ma n b o leia wnl Ihe Nca S


Fou -.. has M om sr atoes mags s e "Par
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S PRESENTS 1 3 PRESENTS MW e Mea Cfl* o r
mieA -al. Cee-e by- abt. Fnm F W- FRED bit
VREALTOR MFIlew V"-h.M" Very Mei -tie. wirt c REALTORwin a 3. m
V A,-FA" "toL aM"$ -st" "M -4 as R i
rco as 2_ EasyL" r to yA'wsoFow. ByawrrsWt
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Ti R uS n,, P sse m a, ni a o t enasr. e ,,. i, acius C.mfrt
MY. PhMPARRISH o _" ORINL F"ora BEDROOM D1 PR
A u TA HOMs for F ena. L e. Thl s-h neces ibtarss
lorRen i Ae eShoalteam4 t *. l.s ilisa m enaa sfi& ,

HOMES IN UNIVERSITY :: MELS **. INC
sPRe nWAESENT i oT Alt a Snh. .. w
NEW 4 BRCK *h-&W4tofAeu 2 eaSI 2S bele eoi.TFR am
Ill kf hole S Dow -ha L3T otal p g 7H 4* H bt ho. R l
MODELS d ol W yo h lio t l cc e i w.otIe L
OPEN 10 a.m. Til Derk a t *aatO s s teel l--W v MtT--
oFEATURES flfoptJofircelm &sa O WN&Lt sg ma
ow Air 0" .14 P aPR 2 s10 ORM
PRESENe Sy Hs sahl H w o s se

banked HLs w Ae BRAND W A KNOLcES
Phb.tiwtE maom ell al cl R CM T I.lt
clsotructi. wiN W i F 4M
MODELSaftinc h NW AVY -til t Av Wes- e L

Or.EHIIIamess, *.a & ialDarkr har crate blcal
CNOrRit hirae mr, a AAI 5E I1
YOUNG PAISH A W"h



NW 34m &im Avenue ^ ARNO REALTYLD 15 ton

Lo( h ^It" Ewnmkl t live In. Dwiv ein
VA* & FHA W $0 or^ | s on | a In a b M.W. 34ft Terrace. wien call E
a s N had air c J Creole baacbikn hS a m eing d-


Home And Business


Appoisal Service


IAL UISTAT APPRAISAL
0lt W. UNIV. AVI. PH.. s41


Ado -1 *1 -


HYDRAULIC JACKS mbul &
-mullaso lli Ukik for
Swmer W T =ric Jac
trhes Agl. HULLS BRAKE
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314

liing & R pir Se.

DON'S
BUILDING & REPAIR SERVICE
OA a..ii A.e kmum a
hrV Mom" CA RodC P.
PIrwL I N.I. Ito r001
CARPENTRY ROOFING
ADDITIONS
1. SA. b l n
NO"E leas. te.r a asd
|lllo ed -w t & em
rias. CAN -ut
TfaMesIa OP lPAIUHS Ci
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BiMdoas Mertgoe baker

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FM ear. n fA sln e. Q -s I rmsf t o25 M I
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Find Year Hom Te
Fordyce Associates J. Pierce Smith, Realtor
Wamer Weseman Gladys Smith Realty
J. W. KIrkpetrck Realty Ernest Tmw, Realty
Md .Cwwy-4eMi-Deston University Realty
Jdw Merrill Agency Aod Realty
Tom Mori AgmeDy inI Byrd Agency
WiftsBishpReeltor Arch Campbell, Realtor
M MParrish & Associates Red Fraks, Real Estate
Ralph Fossey

I aI l I II


Where The Smart

Set Lives!


Palm View Estates

Prime N.W. Location

03 3 4 Bedroom Homes
SFrom $16,000
From $101 per month

FHA & VA Finoncing
0 Immediate .Occupncy
*AlI City Services


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Maema Homes,
Inc.
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Westyilla
NW I6h A". at 37thks.


Carol Estates
NHb eSt. at ll MAve.


TERMS!
WALTER STUIIS,
Inc.
1321 NW1thAm.
Ph. 6.5394
Mike KnetA. Associate
"We Trade Houses"


EARLY AMERICAN
HOME SHOWING

True Colonial American Styling
at less then $15,000
6 Choice of brick front
Built-in G.E. oven, range
0 Lifetime easy-care terrazzo floors
Indoor laundry and utility room
Two full luxurious baths
SThree well proportioned bedrooms
SCentral heating (air condition optional)
Floor to ceiling closets
SBuilt-in breakfast bar
Lifetime family Swim Club membership
Sidewalks and all other city conveniences
Choice of wooded lots
VA, FHA, or Conventional financing
plus many, many more features...
VA- NO MONEY DOWN
We lMO cleleg over $100
FIA Bget teams in town!
FURNISHND MODIL OPN 9 A.M. 'TIL DARK
Speclel "buey people's en" Tuea. fr Fri.
Oe- 'Tl 9 P.M.

PINE FOREST
by HUGH EDWARDS, J.c.
tm at N.LI I6th Aw. & 16tk Ten.






400 Families



Prove Our Point


Our point I, of course, that you can't
go wrong buying a new home in Highlend
Court Marn-e-my way you look at it:

SIF YOU'SR renting, you'll be money ahead buying
-and chances are your monthly payments *ill
be less than you're now paying in rent, Our friendly
salesmen will be happy to explain.

YOU'LL NI getting "more home for your money"
*at Highland Court Manor. We invite you to corn.m
pave similarly priced homes and see for yourself why an
HCM home is the best buy in town.

S YOUR HCM HOME will be as distinctive as mod-
em design and planning con make it. You choose
from over 20 models in a community with all city
services and conveniences yet away from busy traf-
fic end noise.

J ALL CM HOMES are VA and FHA approved.
You don't need to tie up large sums of cash VA
down payment is only $100 (includes closing costs),
and FHA down payments are FHA minimum,

SAN H1CM XRA not matched anywhere else In
Gainesville is the exclusive, resident-restricted
Swim Club and Community Center. Your family will
enjoy the cool waters of the swimming pool and the
Community Center activities.

/ AS PMOF of the pudding, we look to 400 famn
ilies who have purchased HCM homes. They repre-
sent a geweus crcsssection of the community from
doctors and profesors to insurance men and policemen,
from enghues amd merchants to restaurateurs and for-
mer military men. (Plus an unreasonable number of
wieeked d )

Or 20 Models Ibh $12,500 to $17.250
Mesty Pauyme fres $73.59



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New Cm ,-:
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Fairae
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o Ued
Can
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PERFORMANCE
AT
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R 2-0503


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SELECTION OF ALL MODELS.
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N0 NOT APPLY UNLiSS
YOU AUR AN EPlRI.-
9OD AN D PUTASl
hLSMAN.
MNWAY MOTOR CO.

TROPICAL PONTIAC
W.

Swevi aAI Make f Cm


Tmikmn aAM m MakMsd
220 NW lth Ae.372-25U


MONEY


SAVERS!


PRICED 'aI

Conditioned
TO PuAs
'63 LINCOLN
Continental, fully equipped
Still in factory warranty.
$5500

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

62 Renault
Douvhine 4 door, radio,
heater, seat belts. Good
economical transportation
at a very, very low price of


61 Chevrolet
4-dr. Impla hardtop. V-8
ngine, automatic trans-
mission, power steering,
good tires, low mileage.
$1745

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



CRANE
Lincoln Mercury
*Is lEly to Trade at Crane"
516 S. Main St.
FR 2-3631


HAWES POWERS MOTOR CO.


SMITTY SAYS:
G g Wed tm we, moed for TRUTHFULNSSI
MA Lceils was td for HONESTY!!.
HAWS POWIRS give be th qualities in deHing wi csm.
teimes in Gelaeile nd suoumndlng ei si! '

TRY US THIS WEEK!
31 1 .IAL 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H, AC, Pwr, Seats, Black $5395
-3 IMPERIAL, 4-dr HT, PM. PB. R&H. AC. AT, Pwr seats .... $5495
63 AMERICAN, 4-dr. automatic, Heater, 9,000 mile. blue .. $1445
2 FAIRLANE, 4-dr, R&H, Real nice car, Block .......... $1i
61 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, PS. PB, R&H. AT,. dual A/C $1445
41 OLDSMO9IL, 4-dr '88', PS, PB, AT, R&H, nice ...... $1545
61 VALIANT, 4-dr V-200, AT, R&H, clean .............. $995
41 PLYMOUTH, 4-dr Automatic, radio. heater, white ...... $195
V1 FALCON,2-dr. red and white a real nice car .......... $995
0 PONTIAC, Bonneville 4-dr HT. PS. PB, R&H. AT, AC .... $1545
40 PONTIAC4-dr Catalina, PS. PB. AT. R&H .......... $1295
0O OLDSMO9ILE, 2-dr '88'. AT. PB. heater, clean ........ $1145
60 DODGE, 4-dr, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C ................ $925
GO LARK, 2-dr HT, AT. radio, heater, yellow finish ........ $495
40 LARK,4-dr radio, heater, clean ...................... $545
59 CHIV. Impala 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT, V-8, A/C .... $1045
19 IIIAL, 4-dr HT, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C, clean .... $1495

6 FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS AVE $ 6
3 DIRECT FROM DETROIT 3
4 aU IcRYIt Now"p PS . R&H. AT. A/C ...... uaw
a IMMAL 4-&dr WT. P^ ft. R&H, A/C. 6900 Sm. $S 4
SVAIANT. 4.dr V-MO, Autmetic. R&H. PS .... $19
0 VALIAT, .V- O. R&H. PS ..... 19 0
vCtU W MILEAGE
0 5-Yar. ,0sm ils waer y 0

FPR '4 TAGS ON ALL AMOVE LISTED CARS !!

IMPORTED CARS
SSAAB, 2-dr4-speed.Modtlo. o.like new............ $195
1t OL 2-r won .rodio ,hter .real clean ............ $99
9 L FORi, wagon hetercar ..'............... $49
57 VW. -dr, arp, dio, heotr ...................... $95
IF YOU DON'T LIKE OUR PRICES .. Make Us A Offtr

SECOND CARS
57 PLYMAM ., 2-dr hondtp. (2). AT. R&H, V-, nic....
5 CHRIIR.2-dr. automatic. radio, heater.............
Sradi h ter .......................
S4 auomatic. radio. heater ..............
Sam5 wagon. PS. PB. radio, heater ..............
WlUI %'., .nmp gd ............ ............
Ma I I 4.r. w d ml.t heatr. dn em.....




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WANTED!
Gd Uwed Ccan
Top Dellar Paid.
BARKLEY MOTORS
2201 N. Main Fi 2.4373


DODGE DART sedan
(lae. H-Hr) ..$1 99500
SP-YECIAL ATOR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY


Poole.Gable Motors
(Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)


119 S.. Iit Aw.


"TOP VALUES


LOW


ONE YE


372-4343


PRICES"


AR


I "G. W." WARRANTY


62 DODGE


. . $1388


Lancer, tudor, torquefl radio, heater, white will tires


61 CHEVROLET.. $1288
Corvair, solid white.


61 FORD .. $1188
V-8, sedan, std. transmission, radio, heater


60 DODGE . $988
Sedan, '6. Torqueflite, power steering, heater


60 COMET . $888
Sedan, radio, heater.


60 FALCON . $688
Sedan, white and red. radio, heater


57 DODGE. $288
V-. hardop



Poole*Gble


Used Cars


(DOOGE-DAI
514 N. Main St.


RT -DODGE TRUCKS)
Tel. 372-4951


RAMBLER

TRADE.INS
ARI CLEANER & iliT R CARS

S63 AMILER 4-dr. Sedan, automatic transmrsson.,
radio, heater, reclining iats. Executive car 5 000
mil. New. Sold for $2878. Now only . $219


62 FORD
raroin SIW, a.mar Ma-
weirt Hts ow. Agama.c
aimbAa. rb ds.-be".
.M actua l *m.
$1995

61 VALIANT
taSle Wage, Woe atle
traiMalme" nie. hate.i
sm awlt
$1195

61 RAMBLER
trata. Mrideb. Moen
$1095

60 FALCON
Roirk -khm. eaa
$795

59 CHEVROIET
madM wa.. 4. aSI-I
on. ru, hat.
$M95

59 MERCURY
Ikm 4t. 4 Mia So-




Ikmo:e: mo ****wz
$10
59311K1
uSr nay. [loab. S
a. beas.Sw"


62 RAMBLER
America. 4-dr estion wag,
r-*,. heat, a n eural sin
bwl
$1395
62 FORD
Late madl Fairliae NO W-
eig autoatllk trans.l
imo. power si*Mrial, radio.
hater a. kaeme musea.
$1795

61 METRO
Cm rtUbH, Lbs ar. ract.
besd. WIa wa1ll Ure.
$695

S60 RAMBLER
Cosn Cantn vags. As-
1.,a lern. lextr alet..
$1095
60 RAMBLER
Coame4 .de.. AiAt-
matte radi, boalter, a cn-
tiMatn eadiMuai ftling




IWm.
$1095

59 RAMBLER
4r CAw. Castry fAtes
maisteRlook.iWn nide
$895

59 CHEVY
DMoW. &ClaimW.
dam" ba n LAO
am --


NO DoWN PAYMENT
SESAM. Wa.






$2 AbCO
I-t-s, -5 DOGEUCK $23 M&



50 6w p.,,O"UCw *hS"

KWAY MOTOR CO.


FRL 24411


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* COURTEOUS
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SERVICE
AN ame"A"
indeed:

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The Mood of Aerica in Presidential Election Year


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Amid Prosperity,

A ,Spnrswd Decline?


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ay pu e-- war at agl& tMhe weM
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ies I deqsI r loss ad u lri e
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le aplb md Lill- Amcl, Mainm ad
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n moaeld ,atio a d mey rm

F reas, i h i ni& al debt. clreomits,
"a p abt rWiM ad Ie .
iDdmh oltuhey wwry abaot the sbr.
tb Wb eng nrd's" report k ant.
cin probibl d 1 folks i hai .
ybetlar romi, they it bette
id "hatcho*ls but they als look for-
SmKaMn.. ward to Mae relief rom the
t tuiAmgd WO Of tLan.


amay on.
"7e Pridest's dath was a
wmld trady," aid WaNr
DaaM president of Se HoB.
elSh Caber Commernce is
a typca cea "but our I*
On's ability to reoo isiM-
ai competenc n dmo.
catie tma of vemmmet."
Mia woulst akre witm An-
tt Phardi, Bostt ascert
dhM, that "Do tr what
e happd b IMS, I 1d't


bread


may very well make the


best toast you ever tasted

Monk'Breadhmas flavoryou can'ttoastaway. EvM
batter cant hide it It has a goodne you don't fnd
la most bread. It's a bread that wasn't me nt to be
sold. It began as simple sustenance for the 4ranl at.
the Abbey of the Genesee--mn who eat no ieaao
fowL All the good things the modntbaked to tjir
ful-flavored loaf naturally toast up better.,


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&9 Dnwm d Dvamr, at
d fll d t .O ian d w ,
Alause Wort n Im .ad vice
chalma ao t Colorad o dhe
tr o the AnMrican Cri Ler-
tie Union, m he send "an
immf sme M sb b ps .
perui peopl od tbe 3 per ctd
of t p*le our atry
who an e*y paor, bat
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PFUNITUM STOI
U a A A. f. SO


EARL C. MAY

JACK C. MAY

has Ft Lifto
rh FR 2-1449


I da't k this awmuam b
acute meMk tiat much is go
frc to be de out ft ttu
y M." I "


Racln, Neos Me lbodsth
hid gwa d od deal of
Ier la h ieiy o for aw
re pin I lesagiwlati, Ith
probe5* acwrepoodfg &-
ma b raia il tems." co
ma lbe Rev. L Sylvew
Odem, Neps Methodist mimis-
"ONe plce i which we are
welrh ad as a miniAter I
Iate to ths, is in the stabile
ty d the home," said the Rev.


Sylvester Odom of Dm .
Politician I the M cam.
pgup win find the parie op.
tmiBtic but no t unreal c.
fideat but not OOMpltca. They
ae hopeful of futin, a tri-
ne mpatiet with e prsetnL
They can ng off foreign
crime but they expect ctim ol
domestic troubles. Te Ameri-
can dream of property and
,happsm for nall iiM po msses
them, but they are beginng to
wonder where the nation i
mheadi srualDy.


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