Group Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1963)
Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 23, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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GAINWI.LE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FBRUARY 2J, 1964


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Viet Nam


Warfare


IS CUBA ANXIOUS


TO TURN WATER BACK ON?


By JUAN DB an
HAVANA The OC pwmsa t 1 tled
Mndy tht it mi*ht Wbe wft I to tore
aml wer mapplub to the Gundmm Na&
vald DBi It the Utod U tei re the oC-
be flap taI h m frm fihing bits.
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tuned hers Fri-y after 17 duye* a.n..eat
in Key Wet, Fl. The four fo *ai were
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ill mieaces fir Ihis to U.. tial
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beoa b bee duaged .d ai*pd d epip-
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them tho hoi pumg.1
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about the reb of ti suaal ingnia that
were inqropirly delted to the United Stats,
the gpu t at CbA, for Its prt, a ersn
that e tiosi lave been reted that can fa.
dliate a satiUfactory ortiMes to the Iacident
that hadl t orig i tohe more f the four
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sadd.


U.S., Mexico Give


Friendship Pledge


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Attack

By MAXFRANKE
WASHINGTON The United
States has begun a campalp S
peyhological warfare against
North Viet Nam by warntog
possible attacks against itse.
riwy.
Eteuding the guerrla war
from South Viet Nam to North
Viet Nam is one of several mea.
sure under cosideratim hm
to check the Communist advan
ces. No decision has been made.
But the administration be-
lieves it may be able to inilu
ence the course of the war by
hinting at greater U.S. Insole
met or even South Vietname
raids aorth of the border.
It was to call attention to these
possibities that Presidet Joke-
-m included a carefully worded
statement on Viet Nam In his
speech Friday at the University
f California.
The contest in South Viet Nam
he said, is "first ad foremost"
one to be won by the South Vie.
"But," he added, thosee eo.
aged in externaldirection d
Rpply would do well to be re-
atided asd to remember that
this of agger i is a
W to believes that the
Soviet Union, too, Iha ba
warnin the North Vit Nm
government that it was rslda
a full-scale conventional war
and perhaps even tactical ia-
clear war by pressing now for
the "liberation" of South Viet-
Nam. The Hanoi government
has boasted of support from
Communist China though not
from the Soviet Union f It is
attacked, but it has ab shown
ome concern about the moral
of the guerrillas in the south.
The President's comment wu
only one of the indleatieso ets
the administration Is walg
now to hinot poitle pokley
cmageu. H Impe ance d
Joaon's statement was re
dv sllackowledd it ply
esplkeadne t his rimrnt.
MNoreor, the p goieeed
to eped the war ham
mentioned to medical of Afled
govermests. Some offi ls
the State and Defese Dpsr
ments have deliberately cld
attention to the current poiy
rappraisal. Strong words d
aution ag deeper hol
ment, such as those apmed
last week by Senate MajUe
Leader MikeO MansfieldM appe-
ed to have been provoked by a
aem of po e policy chft ange
it Coaengrs.
The ahUlsiltration appeared.
ly hopes wt its wariN p to
stress h soviet dco el d
moderatmi ad to test the bul
bet w eed ad P*fI
The pranks of rtbher US.
support is t gt neciary a.
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7"- MDOULAS STA*
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Wt Id, cat int gel
.for 1ecthe, giarea
diciloffam=up forIrasI
UKgi May prhearis.
- So=eof the oficu-ovuor,
Cabinet ad Houme of Reprent
fow tar her tem.I
otn-tawk od Pube Uti-r
u CoMMaiWic-Wer ibfur-
pWm terA. Ad sm &e-
rm Court jiAdeN ad FI
tiad dten idg-we fhr
sMr teris.


Diplomat Nabbed
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As Dope Peddler


-NEW YORK (AP) -Authori.
Ssd Saturday a trap laid
S Ca adan police led to the ar-
ret here of the Maea ambas-
idor to Bolvia and twr their

ore About

Election

From Page 1'
a e- aas
ra1w than epedlelt dedstlm.a
'74 rapid population gwl
tat s pushedor county to
m-potation of mor than M.k
S has severely tased the ade-
qy of our school system.
Dealing with this problem is
t( Oe first instance the re,
sponsibility of the School Board,
bul JI County Commission has
ai important role to play in as-
suring adequate support for our
*rtmoI l.te.AIc


mm- and selare of miins of
dollars wort f smuggled her-
oA.
Estimates of the retail value
of the cotrbod rad froem
$1.5 million to s MOllion at
United States pries and to Sa
millo in Canada, where nar-
mtics are screr.
The ron was smuggled into
Canada ad the Unites States
from the Middle East via
France. T he al was one of
the largest ever of its type -
more than 134 ponds.
Canadian police found the her.
oin in four sitcass in lockers
to a Montreal railway station
but, instead of arresting the
man who checked them, worked
out this stratagem: They
switched al but two pounds of
the narcotics with flor, leaving
the two p-d additional evC
idence if the trail led to asom-
ciates of the man


Primaries


Candidft4fi

1tvo m .- f-r pp. M : f'
4ar abn t cann ce yoaR T ."' *
a aArt by atmu n le he period atI
i to chi e the ye of N March Prhare wll be
atdie. 5f. ffi*etals to a May .d .'ltie gwr deec-
yetr whn u Pmrent -a tiel i Nov. 3. .
vite pi aotectd. Nial commfitimat md
After ti tWe t, th M al eommittwmnaid
peror *- CabMet Siers dehti to the prly national
rets to lw-year tera Th a lem are eleted ding
pmeor dKct to a to-year the Mq mo pipry. Thi
tum*ay amak edtiaA k ia 6mw to hosmam te daod tI
lW ayr m dsta thed o batt, alrwty lng bagmi
alm. itmerousakmated a co
The Houe l Rmdiep laBatv ty amces,


Weather Roundup


WEATu B rFOBCASTt r F
BC D: Mattry ldy and
mbconed cold hOnugh Sunday.
High Sunday near, 5. North
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allU per hour.
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Taxes Boost

State Income

18 Per Cent
TALLAHASSE (AP) -Ex-
pansion of the state a ta
law, coupled with ghte e-w
forcement and normal in,
wee credited Saturday with
boosting state revenue from the
levy by 1 per cent.
J. Ed Straughn, state reven-
ue commissioner, reported that
the three per cent levy pro-
duced 0.1 million more a
the first seven months of the
current fiscal year than in the
comparable period of last year.
Revenue from the tax expn-
slons is running just about as
expected, he said.
As a result of cSing loop-
holes on farm machinery
sales, income from this sece
tion of the tax jumped 11
per cent, to L27,00..
Revenue from motor vehic-
le sales jumped 102 per cent,
to $14.5 million, because the
tax was raised from I to 2
Mpe cat An Mir-hm a&m to.


e n n n.F p Lw a 6 .m. as :M o ..........a i u theeper c ent on vehicle rent-
m.wl *'ll"*'* hy sold the man took the isyA HW t u: jn. us wh .
"The county must provide suitcases to New York, where* *a. s.. w nas C :t y ...... three per cent on vehiclee t-
roads on the bho of eedW e- s, ta ro und r p i h theia. .^c. ,. w nw ............. . n
Pnroat h Sn d StAas o ssi P l a M oRIt mNo ........E5 21 Repair bills, taxed for the
tablisbed by engineering stud- S I S Ia Bm a wls theuI:EAST GULF: wNf w Las LU .. .. .7 4 Ra
ies rather than pol-i alfavoritwo inof hm Pa alg.s7 .... .e:. ....s", first time, have produced $3.4
tism. The home-ownrs ao million; increasing the maxi-
,-,dmo h e eatin anlso-fhisc-tactshugl d"t o his mum tax on heavy machinery
need more services. Road arreoul t ad that of the two other More Abot brought in $1.5 million more.
not be political playthings in a .. Social clubs taxed on dues for
the hands of a few. They igm e arre hare d &o o the first time have paid $516,0
should be provided on the basis to to the state, and the
of need not depending merely States narcoiclaws, ppred tax on lodging rentals climb.
__ From Pagel dllper cent, or $01,016
upoi those who own land for n federalcourt "amd we r From Page 1 ed 1 per cent or l
speculative purposes. dered held in $1N,f ball sel Applying the tax to aviation
"There should be a joint pending hearing. TePresidentodailred tingg'Grande, and the two presidents and train fuels for the first
county city planning depart- The Justice Dep Iartment ~ chitchat to youngsters anudsaid their governments must tim produced $105,000.
mnt with adequate an- Washsingt i entifeod them : older people a the way and continue to work toward "mak.
eI wtait aeatebg aout ssin-Sa v ado u-l ,11topped watts of the.i ing the Rio Grods once agan (ev
sted orderlydevelopment for Mexicaa aamUdr to ovi. takebispichr e. the boundary between the twoICleV
the greater Gainesville area. Ju Artis Abt M,. e Thoe official umiuque took countries."
MJ rver, there should be a by tlt Uruuyan Foreign t ai rem AmericaMe- They ordered members of the
gre emphasis planning Ministry In NitevWo Uru- a bt t a long Boundary and 8rr
be city and county for re.- (However,. Un Water issionto take a
c itonal purpo ovnM in the Cilare -quick look at land that might S~
'.Wee thi ouM be Aritibi lad i Ined.) to pra.T de ded become separated fro the
great cooperation between ee Brucho 5, a Frnch fittingceremony" the. country to which it be (AP) Premier
th baandruralgmentanrMarsellewhoouof through changes in the riv toantalanp
of: the population in solving deported from the Unid States inthe course and "recommend the a talk made public
their mutualAproblems suc as in 1-. ~ ;action that ought to be taken." Saturday that his worries
taafion and providing for nee- I convicted, each could be 4 t I With reference to thedcriminal t thatahiswreab
er helth and welfare sersentenced to 20 years I npriiso tu e traffic in drugs Johnson and atds
v" 'and be fined ,000. opes Mateos called for strong lem continued to ibouter .
I in Connecticut, Wer COSANCE thenin cooperation between the
show- is a graduate of Yale., A INcountries in order to put a stop Khnuhevs vimWS were e-
UUrslity and YaIe lal w ,ore About Mrs. Constnce Sith Austin, to it. pressed Friday in a conversa-
school. He is a partner in the ,78, of Melroe dl yesterday Lopez Maieos told reporters tion with Julio Einaud, Italian
lailirm of Wershow and God the University: of Florida that as far as he was con, publisher tarrage pub-
o Werow and God- l Teaching Hospitalcr te main issue of his location of some o the Soviet
is a Mason, Shriner and Mrs Austin was, born Sept talks with Johnson was "the ex. premier's speeches.
a .tcber of the Ocals Consis. From IPage 1', i'm Catoosl amd cs of salt in the waters that Einaudi, telling ewmmn
tasf Scottish Rite. He is a h lived in Mlrose since Mexico receives from the Colo. about the talks, indicated tha
inbt of theU Gaines- and to ofet unoical Ameri- ShewasambeaberftheMethoratio River." He said a satis. the Soviet premier felt secure
vilk Moon and Lions dubs. statements that France disturc. factory new solution had been about Britain, France, Italy and
rshow is chairman of them becAmond t srvivorsare:henegus worked into the communique, the United States.
BarAssociation's taxrallce Astin o M What the communique dis "He feels as if he can sleep
si f the special cammi tle for a s. withdrawal rm; daut, Eileen closed was that Johnson out. between two cushions," Iatu.
ofels and is sLcretary-trea- Tis f A. Robinson of Melrose; a lined experimental construction di said.
uer of the Florida Bar's tax a t the Communist .i M. r d, nw under way which he hopes What s more preoccupying to
asedion at t tu e Sringale, M. Mai will produce "an adequate, per rushche at this time is the
taection'sand executive council th d unBlankenshp, pringdale, Ark., manent solution" which he climate of revenge in the Fed.
S is a former chairman ofaMr s. Jessie L Stire quist, would recommend to the Con. eral German Republic, E iaudi
the Alisachu County Red Cross November andJanuarand the SprinS e, Ark-,i and Mrs. -ress-This construction involves said.
A County Chapter of the Na- th f aor Coup Glad Morris Midwest,.Okla.a system of true drains in the For what correspodentb here
ad Foundation f tor Ina-tile atoubtea st .ae arers5 will Carl ugg- wtIson Mohawk r ,camat. felt was the first time, Kzu.
Paltysis, former state direc- o O d, A. L Hilhard Oscar Bald- rein Arizona to draw off ex. shchev expressed the view that
Kof the Florida Farm Burr sa tdt>oven anS d for this yem win, Andrew Witlrspoon, L cess water before it picks up perhaps former West Gema
eait- Federa a of Astlsin it edPrice ,a "s. d send it down te Co Chanclor Konrad Adesoer
thErmouncl for Internat ional t.em thhin'oeerefor be . ra to Mexico. came to understand the danger
Fondship and Is a director of na wit s br a flower e aIunos he Their conferences ad the of a solution of the Germanl
thDrarmers Produce Marketo hbere ,divi as made to the 'p m pfindo communique out of the way, problem through use of force.
r .a.how received t Hu-ofre, dvlded I 5 MirerlM e l e sawit e Lpe z Mateos held his news "He considers that Chancel-
ory tlatecFarmerd e "ofam iW"' t" .war .r s wi. be. cconferee, then flew off to Los lor (Ludwig) Erhard also n-
tie FrtureFarmer o d*of S i m p ap el s ba c dhe at I atp. i Angeles to make a seech, ay derstands these dang"
ca.I 1S and Is chairman of eo trte North V Ninto h lt- a Int
coMnittee. e0 supmp"adh U Lt"u ia .iw irhate maime was stag in late Pope John illX dt
Sapplyaibd to P *ros me Ioiet VW*"-has-our of the American Presi-.successor, Pope Pail VI sld
01i Is a led to the 1 m ortW f Asier b w a I t u raB o I sn chr
Det Frank o Ocaa and mnybevmiallynea la btofm rsaidn, said he aupports the pea i
bt iN.-yea ai nm. ithe resomta.s inla i cyof th e Vatil.
bowo said he,.wll be hi Nn have nI bhe aoitod More Aboat Freedom Award
OW hF ran ad Stat the", rigs oS a w-r _Goes toso Local UN Chapter
s aitd the 1i rat National ga l o nst r c i nd mnsli t _.n
Ral deiaeirf. he 'm wn Oarry Retired Teacher Plans Meeting
be ngtlt by IMi o th. t m Vii o'sh, "- M VAu-Y FONG PL A The Ganesville chlapr o A S
l ison of gh Springs. e are prh asiy polU-. I a retired Gae school Aerica ASaS lar th
Eal soAN I h tMl a via e teacher was ansu.ad a se United NMiswiBaleat11i
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S aila of t w tta to hlnr apkdartu AW^ca e sho d io s G" it 1k S s di
il-a ah mikIa h I iMaq kI hheLL telN XL John GLSU ?


the B. L Roberts and Jutie
mad t*V
Tm of eem JmIlce ea
eme up for dete. E rvia
qaied to mk *elato to th
uiupIld term Jutice Glenm
TreHl who died last mn.
Ga. Farri Bryant appoaed
Ervin.
Pkic UtUles ComNmision
lm Ed Mason qualified
for a Aecod term. Only oe of
the tme afts was up for soc.
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gotaoie f -
fIt DmoaM are Maer
Haydo=. Sn Jdacksevlle,
ftarmr FmIoDr e 0. Ick-
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Robert Kig igh of Miami,
Rep. Flrd Ear ofVolud Co
ty, Ia. bttKelly oLabia
dal. bols MathwmdJackc.
m0le. Tbe o epMilmai k K
Ob of Orlando.
Stem s Cathet membe
qualifying for rlection, ly


ad n of the 43 Senatt seats judge, circuit judge, state attio
were up for cto. The othe nr y and public defender.
half of the Senate runs on alter. Sea. Spessard Holland, .D
nate election years to maintain Fla., qualified for his four
an overlapping membership. term.
Four of the state's 12 congress.
Of the total, 4 representatives sional representatives qualified.
a t senators were among the Ney were Rep. Charles Ben.
131 candidates. ne, D-Fna., of the 2nd District;
Of that total, rereset- ep. Sydney Herlong, D-Fla., of
fives a 6 senatorshad noop-, 5th District: Rep. James
p t rHaley, D-Fla., of the 7th; and
i Rep. Sam Gibbons, D-Fla., of
Other candidates sought the the 10th. James King of Cocoa
off of district coutof appeal qualified for the llth District.


Baker Probers


Chase New Lead


By JON CHADWIC
WASINGTON (AP) Sea-


ate nvestpgators are
to be checking Into a


possibly


important development in the
Bobby Baker cas.
L. P. McLaedon, special coun-
Al for the Rules Committee In-
quiry, disclosed this to news-

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From Page 1
rick, Beth Dovell, Jack Elliott,
Judy Gabbert, Beverly George,
Sally Goodwin, Kerry Graham,
Katherine Graves, Margaret
Hampton, lse Hegen, Carlisle
Herbert, Danny Howse, John
Jeralgan, Carl Johnson, Harry
Karabinis, Stefen Lupkiewicz,
Robert B. Marcus, Sammy Me-
Laughlin and Nancy Moore,
Gainesville.
Mary Ann Murphy, Stephen
Nadeau, Judy Nesler, Jean
Noggle, Wanda Nolan, Chris
Poole, Sharon E. Preston, Pat-
rick S. Royer, Jenny Taylor,
Dan Tucker, Steve Tut tle,
Boyd Welsch, Susan E. White,
Larry Wilmot, JoAnne Wim-
mert and David Zimpher,
Gainesville.
Reginald Brown, Hawthorne;
Karen Gonzales, Samuel Grier
Wells and Diane Wilson, High
Springs; Larry Reeves, Lock-
loosa; Andrea Kesler, Joyce
Parker, and Jackie Pittman,
Newberry.
Dean Adams was elected
president of the club in the an-
nuaal election of officers after
do ceremonies.
Others elected were Harold
Johnon, Fred Clark and Earl
Scarborough, vice presidents;
and Frances L Rion, see-


About


wt rs Thant before the
ad American repr
went In.
won Security Council
asment to postpone its next
seuNan undl Tu em ay to give
him more time to continue these
formulaeeking discussions in
private.
These talks have primarily
concerned Britain, Greece, Tur.
key and Cyprus which are di-
rectly involved in the explosive
situation.
The four are generally agreed
that the council should approve
as intearsamd peacekeeping
force for Cyprus and that a
mediator should be named for
fding Grad ad Turkish Cyp-


Pair Honored
For Scouting
u Who a -mrd
S i p ato at ftnd
Tra Cla r, sad Dr. Heer
. Wa tA dit*r S tf i-
Jig ad emois I WT p-
.Oad a adinl piaque for
"thOeir may yan of WON to
Sm t at the traw O c er
lhe piaq was pneaated by
SpL R. C. Php at the HoIape
Ca dll d en-


Gang Boss

In Illinois

Is Wounded


men Friday without giving fur EAST LOUIS A
ther details. EAST ST. LOUIS, M1. (AP.-
ser de s ec i Frank (Buster) Wortman.
He said that until he receives southern Illinois' gang boss, sf.
a report on this phase of the fered a serious gunshot wound
investigation he will be unable ,Srday" Sherioffs deputies
to predict when the hearings from two counties promptly
Into the former Senate aide's moved into his palatial, moat-
business dealings will end. surrounded home at nearby Col.
The committee has a full linsville.
week of public hearings coming, Two unidentified men brought
up-including another appear- Wortman, clutching his 'bdo.
ance by Baker. men in agony, into St. Mary's
There has been speculation Hospital here about I am. They
that Baker's refusal on consti- left him in a wheelchair and
tutional grounds to testify or walked out.
present his records at a closed Physicians and nurses rushed
hearing Wednesday would sty- him into the emergency room
mie the committee's mission to and operated immediately. Lat-
learn whether Baker, other Sen. er. hospital spokesmen said
ate employes or any senators Wortman was "resting well"
had been involved in conflict but remained in serious condi-
of interest. tion.
McLendon said that as far as, Russell Beebe, East St. Louis
he knew none of the remaining police commissioner, said Wort-
testimony involves any mem- man had been shot in the abdo-
bers of the Senate. i men with a small caliber bullet.
Baker, who resigned under Wortman told East St. Louis
fire Oct. 7 as secretary to the detectives that the shooting Aas
Senate Democratic majority, is an accident. He told officers the
to be the chief witness at Tucs- shooting did not take place ei-
day's public hearing. His secre- their in an East St. Louis tavern
tary, former beauty queen Ca- he operates or at his home
role Tyler, takes the center of Wortman's mansion has only
the stage the next day. one lonely road leading to it in
The committee released testi- a rural area three miles south-
mony Friday from Fred B. east of Collinsville, a town of
Black, Jr., Washington repre-' 14,300, near St. Louis. Mo
sentative of the North American "Deputies from St. Clair and
Aviation Corp., that injected the Madison County have been dis-
name of the late Sen. Robert patched to Wortman's home."
S. Kerr, D-Okla., into the in- said Sheriff Barney Fraundorf,
vestigation. "We plan to interview persons
Black testified that in March there and find out what has hap.
1962, he borrowed $175,000 toipened."
buy 6,400 shares of stock in a Wortman, the man who had
Tulsa, Okla., bank recommend- been rackets boss of the East
ed by Kerr and that he had an St. Louis area since about 1947,
oral agreement with Baker to'would make no further stata-
sell him half of the stock. ments.
He pid that Kerr, sometimes East St. Louis and St. Louis
called "the uncrowned king of police, joined by the Illinois
the Senate" before his death State Police and sheriffs offices
on Jan. 1963., suggested that.from Madison and St. Clair
he make half of the stock avail- County. were conducting the in-
able to Baker, vestigation. Fraundorf said the
Black said Kerr had told him Fed, al bureau of Investigation
that "outside of his sons, his had been notified.
wife, he never knew and never Wortman was reported to be


loved a man so much as he
Bobby Baker."
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did the East St. Louis representa-
tive of a nationwide crime syn-
dicate.
Wortman and a lieutenant,
Elmer iDutch) Dowling, were
convicted on income tax e- 'in
in 1952. Within five days of the
conv:c!Lon. Dowling and a Mbdy
I guard, Norman Beckman, were
found shot to death on a ruial
nad nealr Belleville11 T


Rockefeller's campaign aides Wouman's conviction on the
believe that Lodge will draw income tax charge was reversed
Svotes that otherwise would and a new trial ordered in De-
p to the governor and, conse- cmber of 1963. He has been
quently, that Rockefeller would free on $40000 bail.
be the chief beneficiary from
any action by Lodge to discour- Gainesville Sun
age a vote for himself.
The tangled, behind the Published evemninqs except
scenes developments over the' Saturday, and Sunday man.
Lodge candidacy ,ane about as "'s9 by the Gmnettle Pupi
Rockefeller moved through 10- 2nd Place, Ganesville. Florida,
degree cold and over mountain and entered Is uond class
roads in search of votes, matter t the Post Offie at
Rockefeller, winding up four Gainesville, Floida.
days of intensive campaigning, IIRCULATION RATIES IY
continued to visit stores, shake CARIR OR MAIL
hands and greet practically ev. t Wek .45
ery voter he spotted. 3 Mes. $5.85
The governor would n nan sun ciiwtm mute
whIhe he expectadled Is to be psld m advnta
mae anstatementha n"ms- oAu' d ^w" oA
tI e withte new Ha-mp t Circultion.
primary or on any phase of le- l a e
pdein prediMenal plties. faP,.Mlatmn aee
The pe ener said s my such .PO N .l e ( )
eam"mt w l have to come is, Witu iu,- ot f e
lm 1*e prO- m lay. a t .1 M ^te .


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. A federal Judge re s* emdieM
.* tfW ala in *Nota 4 .* to *sto
bw terw i ngwih the adalwe
. jNero astaue to the euimm sli
revioudy all-whit khih sitool. T
S .tff ial agreed and th itodte
-Zwere admitted, but thSo. No me
T ow no closer to attdibl u a t.
Sgrated school t thqaM W on
- rthe order becau white itdoets m
Sboyeottinr the Newtulft u -
The ideatica sitatiotn "ist In
S garby Shorter, whe six Negro
-oungters were ordered admitted to
3em high school. The aix Negroes aren
-Ae only students attending
S shorter high schooL
- The 12 student wee ordered
=admitted to Tuskegee High School in
September. A boycott of that chWil
by the white student body led the
:State Board of Education recently to
order the school closed. The federal
court agreed It was uneconomical to
employ It teachers at Tuskegee High
School for 12 students and declined to
block the closing. The court con-.
teed by orderin the student ad-
mitted to the Notasulg and. Shorter
shools-the two remain all-white
high schools in Maeon County.


The boycofs, which have the bless-
Ing and support of Alabama Gover.

Rule-Folowiun
Following instructions is a funny
.Ahin,.
A U. S. Public Health Service phy.
sician was surveying the health
problem of US. Peace Corp mem
bears in East Pakistan. He Interview.
ad a volunteer who had been in the
field a year, teaching Pakistanis
how to baud small bridges and col.
verts. The volunteer fond it frW.
treating.

SThe Pakisbais did good wotr, but
whenever be wasn't around they did
anot take care of the equspmt, er
follow his advice, or use the tool he
'had bought for them.


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nor Gurge arieWdto .
be a prMed.f=the.W ..pe
ad ShWter sahmk Unds A4A
law, p"0 a.d ibo nas
so paw ime ,i gattedllasm bth
for pva .kd fir Matte m e it
private Bitnodmm atIsal iehuk
The Stat@Board of Educatio racet.
ly authorized Much 1ac ,a to par*
ents of p b formal erly erb n
tbe BoweleduskgesL &aoL
Most of thee have be ateading
a private whool set up after Tuske*
ree High was rdeed (4eegregated.
Closing of the other public s ools in
Macon County would ake the re-
nmanino school boycott a eligible
for th ame aid
School-osng to frusirastschool
desegregation orders a been tried
with succIe until now only in Prince
Edward County, Va., which has had
so public schools since '195. The
legality of the Prince Edwar closing
bt now before the Supreme Court for
review. The spread of Ithe school.
closing tactics to Alabma i empha*
siZe. the importance of ut action
to mam ecear the obliz Uon; of ov-
ermament to maintain public schools-
and the obligation of governors and
other state and local officials to ab-


stain from undermining decisions
and orders of the courts.

SFrustration
The doctor asked n how his.
health had bee. He- cded to be
"plenty healthy" exe"I fr ocma
sional dl t the urse of the
yar, though, tors found evi-
desee his w dysen-
tr twice, and 4cillarydys-
eOnterynce. I
Didn't he have any viceq an pre-
ventive health M ur*? dih. sure,
he had bem told what 0 do, and be
followed aono of th. precautions
same of-the time, but "we got lop-
py a few times, and AS're still not
sick. So we relax a fittlmor$ ... It's
too much bother."
The doe found that ftstrating.
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m be Olinmi d beMr t luas iMei. whI whM N IWMImta A ;tie hld
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MayNot Be? Asfks. .
SmTO : The pOae.- sd abs a a m- d the
al Ia ofP Presidet Jeo- w .
m ftS d l 'tu sm*mlialwt
poa xo an thewrM w-w.e s .4 bi i a a
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Clear Issue


By WILLIAM F. IUKLZY,
JR.
Americans have been toI
formed by full page advertd
meats Ia the dally pressm that
"beginningni July 13, M4,
DwigtD. ED smbower wiin
hoer the American Brosd.
casting Company and form
the American people" by
serving "as the political caon
sutant for ABC News" at the
Republican convent He
will, ABC promises, "give
the coitry the benefit of
uique experience and know-
ledge."
There is no question of the
unmiques of General Eis-
lhower's experience and know-
ledge, Sr of e fact that
the country would much bene
fit if he could and would
cu.miscate them free-
ly. There is one small mat.
ter, though, the unique know-
ledge of which I fear I share
with him. My coscience
stirs, and so I write to say
I hope General i hower,
before pluning all the way
ino this heady ew traffic
wih allinal 01d Walie a&-
tair, will help me set the
record straight.
I SPEAK ABOUT his me-
moirs, "Mandate For
Chngeu Ca P. n, to a
chapter devoted largely to
the evils of Senator McCar-
thy, he points ut that the
Senator "depended upo co
siste attack" for its "pub.
liBy vae," and pveau an
inslses that "in a letter to
Mse (Sa McCarthy) mae
wild crge a a Jamies
Bryant Comat, preudet o
HaWvard U irtAy, when I
eAestr a Usiaod States
gh Coming iam.r to the Fe
deal Republic of Germany."
Now the facts are as fl-
laws: Eay t SW, McCar-
thy adset out to prepare a
speech giving the reasons
why he t gh Dr. Coant
should not be set to Germ-
as s our Ugh omminvioM
er.e a d meI to write
that spak which I did, aft-
er agreement had been readih
ed an what It shou say.
Three points were made.
N e of thmi esty e i .
Ma that Dr. Cod -ight
be Adol None I tem
wu to y way "w ,"
Dr. CN-t, e pmped
sp kch said, w a power
cha e to send to Germany be-
cause, A) he was one the
earelt endorses of t Mor-
SPlan idese for Germ-
amy; became, B) he did nt,
as wla his tea ceMst
cal hr t abel of plri-
A-O Ead peeci s
tr ad ts Americ..
so uAl Wh esi
fe, aste -ass i alk a


f a*Qis i a
EanI, a a.
alu ar, Me w z i
Owho kb --m Bil


Ing Dr. Comnt- ueh was
President Elsehower's pow-
-it w certainly alert
b M Gersam comm ty to Co-
ant's forgotten advocacy of
the Morgenthau Plan, and al
as to other matters, asd la
Mit his potewial usdulnmu
in Bon once he got there.
uator McCarthy yielded to
Sen. Taft' request, and sent
the speech instead, in the
form of a private letter to
President Eienhower.
He got back from the Prom.
Ident a most cordial note,
thanking him for taking the
course he took and, as I re-
member, acknowledging the
sriw ess of the points be
raised, while reaffirming his
own conviction that Dr. Con-
at wasevenso the best
an to p to Bon.
"I SAY" as I ember


because Sli. McC
me the coidl
tsnhowtr1s eIt1
eirtsy, to aplal
been the road the
popread had fin
d; ad I locked
somewhere. Damrn
lad t. I called
Mrs. McCarthy, 0
taps I might h
It to he Aleaf
iarched hi files,
not find any trace
It edst, smmewb
And General
er has the only da
it. The statmef i
about the oatu
Corthfa e jail"Ia
at suqests eith
memmry Is parilo
a that his rear
himptet; or th
eral pwited hi
what Motorties an
plal away 'as
state" to indulge
mane hpchrisy,
wrote Sen. MeOCr
did.
I DM as wi
ly other ezplanat
ly, that General I
has conscivmuly mh
ed both &S. McCa
ter, and Ma own m
action to it at the
Just possibly the
will wv to clear
ter ap, In firaes
mam by ruMIean
his letter to Sm
thy. I mppo I s
that I ha gletm
portuity to do ao
written mn a JI
closing a stake
facts a bherein i
asking IfI might I
of lis f iter to
has ad mit
ft .
ty; a km( b
e1 TriWha
as**P..reala-i.


.. NOYmkidpw
maket"e*t


arthy sent
f Presdent
a', a a
i what had
speech I
t travel-


Talent Hunt


T '



teeadn is ,a
Am-t o* %bad


a pl .a MOW ai ow


r anlho Miim


rtilNt e myrIm-p
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orfam mtin AmuW
omw dn~o svi*irilw


I a neIso*h Jlam* i n
-i dP-- I MW
jt aINnolpl warft arter
ScommaI "Waras Pow-
ety" ni the ited U Sates 6
dii mt moU I t hePeace
Corp oversee, wic is emv
iSad than epeelft Dr.
Goldmua to msbIk e the
tral of the couy ahis
are lime.
TMB I AN hnues Job.
I Ihlvel, for esaple, a
Sris review of tio aUt
galle -coot d4 fler
Ilws, wui *re a major bar-
tir Ito th mr itme t of tal-
I ld -me atd iwoN. It I
vi their, a which
ler faculty atbe t
choOe between av vini the
moSry ad ftairjobW
serty or taste er a cer-ce
Beyond thtbI, It probably
man uctin a tsfional
roster of talented a-o and
women who have special qual.
cities of character aid mind
and certailanpuage or ad-
a strve sk that might
be made available to the
public service.
e federal government is
now ablit, for example, to run
millions of selective service
cards through a computer and
find out ina few mnlautes
where there is a young Amer.
kean who can take part a jet
engine or speak Swahili. But
It has ao comparable way
of knowing who has the spe.
cl talintsa necemary to served
the dvilan departments of
the giverment at home and
oM
ON REULTiof this is thqit
a ront many taleed en
and wom in America are
nver even considered for the
.public service, partly be-
caue they are too modest to
coame forward on their own,
and partly became they
would not know how to ap
ply if they wanted to.
Top jobs are now filled pr*
marly became somebody to
the government, bowing of a
vacancy, -est mebody
ls he kows o has heard
abouL. r & S nalml com
mittees of two arties, al-


THE


SOUTH


is ot likely to touch the rg-
S pald o t me ins is e,
tier and wthe, whO W
swmaFM b"
al ain smigt p e Nily
elptol the prfan ent nev.
lee
-I LAGUM job probably
anset be dme without coop
ai taIm de federal
po amera ad the sates.
Sach governor, with the eOp-
atte os the maymn, the
awyers th editor. i d the
teachers f his state, could
put together a reter of 1ael-
ted MO and womenin his
-w dtate, camopete with a
record pereI- and
wfl a, sdl to bIN 111
be a startoa phIn to a t -
fat to improve th we ily t
public service in the sales
as wel as ia the ntioa.
The Bar Association yow
helps the President ta screw
lag appointmola to the lad.
eat judiciary. Johnso has re
cotly been searchiig for
ways of getting similar help
in finding talented appointee
for the regulatory agencies.
At the same time, he is look-
ing for 50 talented women to
take top jobs in Washing-
ton, but all this is more than
one busy professor can help
tackle at Princeton in his
spare time.


GOP Guide

To 'In-Oui'
'(' New Yakt Ibs
WASHINGTON There is
a new guide to what is "in"
and "out" in Washington.
It is New Jersey Rep. Peter
Frelinghuysen's view of the
haves and have-nots in and
out of the capitol. Here are
some excerpts:
"France is out. De Gaulle
doesn't care whether he is in
or out Poverty is in; affluence
out. Congress may be coming
back in. It's too early to tell.
"Bobby Baker is out They
have trouble even placing the
name. Out is the musicale and
the white tie in is the Ihoote.
many and the barbecue.
" 'Uptali' at the Whitei
House is in. Women will soona
beback to atleat of


I it away ays a dthe t fr ob, themby execuveader. Pat tothis country by ninemem-
d if Ican get the a s of som Brown is tilltrying to get in; bers of his research team.
te fWer devoted and defeated cadi- Navor Wapner is wonderi- They will Join the staff of the
wa da te, who may or not be "TIe Eastern Establish- Worcester Foundation for Ex-
Sreturned competent ment is out. perimental Biology at Shres-
Ss bus Dr. Goldman's op The waltcword: Rustici- bury, Mass.
bA could can help ulare the Hi of ty." The royal society sudden-
S. But talked Dl pubic ar. Andon thelast pageof the ly notes that the entire list
n. vMLs. It ten help mobile in and out pide, all by itself: is made up of prominent
enhow Ide o the intellectual sn- "Almost orgt this me! names. The 4-year-old asso-
ic t u dty of the nation, d, "White House lts are ciate professor of anatomy
Shis book as Robert Sherwood and Arch- out." at University College of Lon.
ra of Mc- ia MacLdsh did for Roos. Frelinghuysen. a yvou may don has accepted a research
Ito evelt, improve the quality of have guessed, is a Republi- position at the University of
r that his prddtial speechs. But this can. Wirconsin. Stanford Universi-
usly bad; ty !'as attracted a *-year old
cers a re e- e l n y professor of biochemist r y
at the Gen. Traffic e d IP fo mTl from University College.
, for Dr. Samuel C. Curran of the
e went Royal College of Scien ceand
m ond Tachno at Git lasgow an-
is a dpi. pounced that three prominent
OwhN b.esat o he had been try.
h a be nlog to gage had chosen, in.
stead, to accept positions at
American universities.
id, theion- THE CONSST e Y high
Enu-




en ; na r able thiscountryatunBier
to a dead sienti, chiefly to this
w. arsut even more tts Inl
m e. a Tecdih Yale, Princetoni aindl



a s-T tthe University of Chicago.
a ab i the lo n have been tie o Mu
Ml familiarsn flit e Is not at
16 a dead
u a cow ofsercht e r. The o a ver
a. opc ar- age American knows of Her-





"am.yardy why Massachusetts is
SIi- ToYale, Princetion and
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POmiliaFs. Bu3 AGWsas sart
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I By RALPH McGILL
r.i.. ,ni wo', r.niii.i

Incoming


Scientists'

Lesson
A piece of news from Eng
lad prap is not produce
tbe on guiallnterest but,
liSftalP i nM U lM obud
gare~rsifneuh'&Wde the
lees. of it rea .&ib ev-
Sto ose amoug in
AIana. Virgi' ud Miss.
lasippi, and local camunit-
kMs oterstates wire ed-
ucam is bng degraded to
avoid operating public
schools. The news has nesca.
able implications for every
state that is not making all
necessary sacrifices to up-
grade education and to able
their universities, state and
private, to become really first
rate institutions.
Some 18 scientists have an-
nounced their impending de-
parture from Great Britain.
A perturbed royal society has
announced that the annual
rate of permanent emigration
of those holding recently ac-
quired Ph. D.'s degrees was
not less than 140 per year,
or about 12 per cent of the
number receiving such de-
grees.
THE UNITED STATES is
the largest single recipient of
these emigrating scientists.
Some 43 per cent of the de-
parting Ph. D.s come here.
In addition to the scient i s t s
there also is an exodus of un-
iversity teachers from Great
Britain. About 47 per cent of
these come to the United
States.
The most recent emigration
Included, for example, the 35-
year-old head of the Depart-
ment of Physiology at irm-
ilgham University. He is a
brilliant figure n Britih c
cmce. He will be seoompanied


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School C
L& federal judge n otly
^^ eib in Notasulga, AIL. t
terfe ag with the adulanme
iro nstudeats to the Man
: ivously all-white hih school
r Z-Miciab agreed and tihe jt
Fmre admitted. but the .Nemi
Sownow D lorto attedi ngsa
grated school than there wer
fe order because white studt
S ycotting the NotaUulga echo
1.; ':The identkical situation kal
sarby Shorter, where slx I
Speungaten were ordered admit
z e high school. The sit Nwo
1 eth only students atteadig
SSfrt high sMhooL
-. ghme 1s tudenta weeo
7 mltted Tfl dme eHlh S&
) .j ptamber. A boycott at that I
.-b-h the white student body le
Stte Board of Edueati rew
.d er the school eosed. The Is
s-ort agreed It was unseeomli
J '^Iloy 13 t~thes at Tuskees
. 31oolfor 12 studetWiulMia
-I"TSe the eWe r: Te 'emi
*;,v w by uru tin h iest
StJttoed to the Notuul-,s ed.ih
Rhool-the two runaiuhsi al.
high schools in Maeon County.


- The boycotT, which have the
Ing and support of Alabama G
Rule.Foilo

Following instructions is a f

SA U.S.PublicHealth Srvice
sicia was surveying the h
p. ble"ns of US. Peace Corps
-mns In East Pakistan. He later
ad a volunteer who had ben in
field a year, temehingr Psu
oww to build small bridges ad
-..-vert. The volunteer found itI
trating.

The Pakistanis did good work
whenever he wasn't around the
not take care of the equiplme
follow his advice, or use the too
had brought for them.



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Sa lwMAr^- B-i ^-


World Respect
May Not Be?
EDITOR, Soa: T psrmW
al kage of IPr alds Ja-W
m ezudg afl taiSw
m about the world wIMe
ib aet am atia t t I
* id Sm taiu ,to if
.,ifret mt cae

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Nesoe Hahm Sdi8p wig
iBd Wi day at Alactha
Geral Heiilph few a
bowi* S weS be eos.


rugifl are incompe and
bw e ansunced later by
a t & Hafle Funeral

UK HAMILTON
Gravuide services for Elbe
Hamllt of 113 SE IM St. will
be held this afternoon at 2:3
at the Peaechville Cemetery in
Lawley, with Rev. Mobey offl.

Hamilton was a native of law.
ley but had lived in Gainesville
for the past three years, and
was employed by the Edwards
Building Supply Co. He died
Monday following a fire which
completely destroyed his home.
Funeral arrangements are un.


dr the direction of White
Doney Funerl Home.


and


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=WWI,1 aseinftim -e an* nr owhui s a M" AMor O fr at J A tde leAn W.W k aicing.
aam 'ir q M sense fi.n CA, the erweniwillhowis the b
rr' M-* ..e h j Mrmrer bd W/Iasd M ih M
ta leodqs hasu M u SuM* *Sarwnldvusawe aF&k S
5,ioNln., sit .
_... ,. e, ,n u ,ra". m ,aliacthia ^ n Q > Neaow was better .ow, u
ulit*r and 1mPoilY In l INhe ptNr H it IN T .,wsir r W io has.
on of #,alSun in" tly." i H--! l kltlt e l b to Jlm s-Aa Be is asrred by his fther,
W as. M Mdo heroptws ,f lEi e for the pa t MrEiN his
bvw *7t; rr an y fe u fw, DDutea A. Neia; two
nw71eoyd, no f mu ti wa-ar h ea adt he roI- DMms among A. Jr., and
SA -7 4 -4 e fir c"Mr; an "n PNM t th return Mr. N Ja mn terneAm ?a., al lof HNigh
S---as-a -t Ift be ofreaIll KCmFWJI"ftMAI mt M hb.ers yesterday bmPhdu Prs li
oings in Aabimn -, u, 6tt1 rwidhThfoa* Nlee*ds1mfta, t Roalr m..
S, DeboW As .ray- Sae JacW k'W, ad ote Mras, ltme. wim, Ue t
dered nor Geo WaiWe, are t et utridoa w wV k els am et b k zCaPa, pfer May. a&edA. a D An Shter'
o stop beaprelhdebdtomclg eKataalula tk airport Jacksonatie a u a i S T
of SIX ,w DWI* 8111"k uM, v A n f*. and WE- be o aa imB n&feTm.u iDA vie M a tulas wt services are Uder the director
ofdYix anduStDteryel=evs.rUairAkaa ioday Atanl yata, eGL, bea.oot e Huges A&tlasat
itsl law, pmets d chdel who haveW b iteb br.r Mti iTphwU ofbusinesShe be aral Home.
L The no pubie hoelbtoattmdatib 211r," 1 dI" I "t. away fr several day. -
deat for grats-In-M for attadaee at t heprincipal speltr wa MisMle nIrv, of Tamp, R.eral ervs fWO Tis u
Sa p nvat madoioilatKal r ,iW hi Sorer r passed through Gaivie mos will be held toy at 1:30
at The State Board of Educat eet. Dr. W Grand a a p. from the St er Baptist
bone ly authoS d such pay t to part wi Ipea at p.m. iday d Rivers, of Ocala. pa, ed Church at Grove Park with Rev.
its aM aut of pi formerly owned t la r th- CO BaHumm a Be N- thr Gainesville yestrd Addison officiating. Interment
aM mtsofai atoNormlH ADroledra oodsto Al3. n,
Sl. the now-.duwd Tuskgeegigh Scool, a lh.rsipm. anA eoanum M At will follow in the St PaulCenme
i Most of theU have behn attending it i Lvyi Piwr CuS.M Pali. W. L DICKERION
ts a a private hool et up~aftr Tase- Deba Siga et aper Uiohe the New F ral services for ev. W. an Brothers, morcians,

Sto eewh" of wasi ordered aisaatwig hill e Church o te charge
a Cloarso a the other publicachoobi a f or a e m: ImWw i: MvirisaSur Hill, M MR EMMA FRDECK
Maeon County would d ik the r. Wie-oId WIlk PA r a a*m. Merawil C e day at 4 pa.nrmntw Min l services fa Mrs. Em-
Smaninl ahbool boycott" elige at M Camel Bqtet aC ar liverdl by Rev. Sam. Di follow di w Pin e G Cam Frederick, of53 NW 7th
for the am aid. er will be Mseeat -12a y. tery. Rev. T. D. Dvs wl o. Place,lbeheld at thehad
= u Afternoon worshp, p r.m. Grove Baptist Church at Tala.,
1 In to frutr ehool sta Satrip serm wult e by see today at 2:3 p.m. Inter.
S degrepatiem aderm hai i trial at pudeaor die mor Rev. J. PhM psr. H. Ja, His Immitediate survivors o- met will follow in the Pine
l 0001nP ien w MWintheaeinerst LoW pre t;U Ms e clude his wife, Mrs. Bertha Grove Cemetery at Taliahas-
the with eeuntil now only Prince am's Day atin a Wesley, reporter. Dke; Mten Mrs. Ger- me.
w dward County, Va., whick has ad A LANDMARK trade ManUha, city; Mrs. D.
Sto u choo since 1959. The be Thouht 0 e sh A Jac ill l Relatives and frds wi
le itoftl Pr nleElsin e m thanks unto the Load; call upon Mrs, Mary Elliott, city and a meet at the hIme of her sister
hpl*t of bf rhe to urcosn wall iter h ai ne; makeb k,,s s D o Rut. Mrs. E. M. Taylor, 4 NW 7th
ll nw l the Cesuped e ourfr T he plrram slated for 3 p. deeds among the people." ledge. Place, at .m. for the trip to
m. iew. The ISpread o te school- in land. Templ etbo- (Psalm 105:1.) Tallahassee.
Md- elo inl tactics to Alabama empha. di Churh Juor oir wili be Dmi cnBrot hdorticirs, I
Ssist importaofeotct r. RO. W. J.r Taylr,o PMAN MMING m e charge._ Mrs. rderrded in this
hitee Retadlal rs ltat te Bl 'sTMEf 2T RETARDATION meberNofMt .HermanBaptist
i nnt to Matain ptchoos--Nursery School, Monday at 4:3 P um E ChurchI.M
wht and the obligation of governors and SaRL NO. paf There wi be a program, en Dun. Brothers morcians,
other state and local officials to ab. rcle No. 3 the Mt. Ples. AB ttereed perns are ti "Ma Reardation" at are in charge.
bles. stain from undermining' decisions tMethodist Crech will mee a d to be pr eot.Mrs. Z. T. the M. Ca mel Baptist Church
At the homeo Mrs. Ma Us AicBell, praM S; Nr. J. LSo w.wit lby.?T. A. WWi pote r ,ter, -m. U S17M WI O
low Gi G, ; Mr. Comultants from the folom. de Wilson of Hampton wereC
V* Alr* s Aclr't ar.yM SATE -I TG will be presat: Alacihus held S'turday 2 p.m. at Mama-
FIltl Re.. w. M. r w. lT PSNeM n? Lodge No. Coany ScheMool B, Alacsdolia Baptist Crch in Hamp.-
wig r l i113wihl eldwIt. W. aM. 3,atthe. COiyBah DertiBed andtS. Burial was Oddfellow
unay The doctor asked him how his 'CI MCO NEWS -Mulr eang place o ites. also Alachua County Welar Cemetery in Stark with Rev.
lth had bem. He clae to be A' Coa y Clb pri. dy at pa. Deprm lys Cak officiating. Te
"pety healthy" excpt for oeca-. da ar caed to the monaly he asses are to be i ewirethde tdect.
S sonal diarrThe. In th course of the m i of the iGainesville gab i u Mn F. G b tutt & ail Fueral
Crledf at the Recreation Cw reporter. he Goad Grooming C bwas NHowe.
year, though, doctors found evi- atp.a anished at the Williami e -
dea ofhis having ano bic dysMl id Bl Coiest w beLA IAYMD' DAY menarty School. The office WALTER NMDION
view- tw ,tw tlldia 4tacillydys- be himanhlss laymem's Day will iea ae as nM oows: presi- de, li. F ral s ,Mrvioerv ar Walter
the enteryeoce. A fi reerodw ac l brate at the J m lp ryS i; vice pesid V. Hendero, formerly of
I& Djda't he have wadvice on pS-. i gopi rsla rin Tayr, p, day. Nea; assistant secretary, will be held today 2:1 p.m. at
atlve health mia i ? Oh. sar, prtlits for ear D te worp FrankColeman; reporter, er. Calvary Baptist Car ck
tru he had eeM what todo, n & e 5 L V. Da, theela hi M n CyawitRev. George Lee
ibut d o th the precaution" g0ot11 WAUM ad alsa durOi s after Suaarie DuCanm: ad chap. Oddlellow cmetry under the a
mt m tef the aM but "we got dop-em Gaisvii worbl at 3 p.m. 3r. Hey lai JJ h s hioer, Il1. direction of Chestnut & iile
Sd py a faew time, and we'te still not t the opritny to hr b e lrth 1 Ma s la-t t e at *B riis aiv rt rtr- Funeral Home. 5
Sdia s. we rela altlitL m... It's e.didat forthe tw s aCo m CA w ,il be6 #
s e at ahe Recreaati r W.* aT m e Traffic Need: Uniformity
'Itdo foudl that frthil. afty pa. urch u l am Ma
Q wils w be u pmeatto chair.
theinidateshinadvance, ad -
tePeopIe ones wZese -
,l. d efler ANNOU
h Pi he be adnll by Rev. Tly ie- Al.A -15; w ma, sar.
vis, and Choir No. Ifm ML ship. 11 am.; thm winl be a
'$ .$*lsalm Hieram Baptisf t Cchrwillt pgra redeed,>3 p.;i l
.. Wmi nftiservices, 7 pm.1R4Y.;
daROO.M eeds will be sieved HonB smang, pastr;U Mrsa
AmiM I, Moa- by the C-Icil of Crelb Winltm Wi-wi Mae Peny, Mrep. rt,
e aa- dlsl i i.am T ; e aL ind e (Loe Buter.)
a tohi.t, sLlolw us0u'a ien'ds Mi ca Couty Vetern J A.E.
itIm at. abmln dS -lfl S*tidLJ;M -.
bW dIU buc e is aa.Ia mIsbinet hf rl Amu s .kA oM w S ch e lax 1w
nir rawim is o I G-. oh bei r 9 T.P T A,,ual No Can. 1 ,L ao hank, 11
am P grap .B Hrteinslause i. aMa eo ais Fetafa r fl .al d ea d wm h ip
t# C-4g-ltenab r b s a ntLpK.chu t P aty Sad el p.ph ad
ia am de tsee permst ha w delradw t he elm he: "cl. T& teakn n repeated by bde
1 de ple* Se. rso psaI, if t1e bDollrAchieve,rld mprinsltn k b eatmhe.o
br ar in urin l 7 d6 bowiof hiiy, dn't Ms." The chor wil l appa day ato
It g s -a- a dm it: a R* istrai h will be&d WB- t e ML Nie b MibS armhr
iI oMab.- a.i- I MSrit a Ma -absle. .. -aI- l -pm.Thel it services r
NSo PIl".ns bed- iTe.t" owd5 oIc the a lnmr gamon& MrN IP p wn
Md b hlk *Ul M* aeiawmobn"a the as tnins nlNat MI 1 bya in s .
deu IL Wh ar MUM ft: leao h ahe, tW pwe wE he FJwMa *f--
isled Amleow MI"eO Cr*n kMi ei s helI at bI MILCoredl .epau l.WMht b A U "A
- ,A a In,u-., ofC h ard.Rev..T.tAI Rck b a
of Anriop and a As Maiml peO, sMm d. NW f' Ave., 111 Te W b Bor 4111
Iwow ba ai mum 4 Oca. t ile St SitMdB11m ism.t i

Wa Newg Ot ine POTOMAC FEVERS Ma
L hea b I: hej ae leSuA Mrs Jr be Itnioht p e
Ieais b es ft IN* I.a, .- m td U ., B 11 hMbr Ch. rather aiMl, Cwtl WaeeigiD Bnna t,
0t6 il i a be th*Oas ISunesI isd be T 14W0lhneIapimVweaMr
a. Coaeiit hbe I N* ish wfta "Id bed111gigmm em. MbNavy i4t5ia-nts aboomtaing ie Catro cut e Navy'sws water. TheA.
MM M P-,i ftSoi ^ *t, AVWias ftS gtS o aedsdamnofM avnhlme eddiktfhtHrMWbut fi eWr. a
ftbt hA wwoao S butds M Ii a bk "VIS Fin 111106s" Oblim
VSo7 N In. ai *t mG-1a $ S4 plans l e wand ate.t se A t a niuain& W" hUsnwa sa.le
1aI a to Cg d.01 u I r m t it *be Lidbe go al sifWater In t h au Ma
vM l m a ^ to Wd_ at)a Th er aesad a ,oaI"uplliee. ew
11111116 5Evi W444i *w' atei *Cetada ---w
i6la ititOp tell fl 'WE. f i b -S^ tbteb ace -F hef sass a* i



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HENRY LLOYD
Henry Lloyd, 711 NW 3rd St.,
dled yesterday afternoon is the
Alachua General Hptal.
Funeral arrangements are in-
complete and will be amouced
later by Hughes and Chestnut
Funeral Home.
II MEMORIAL
In memory of the late Lee
Ivery, who departed this life
from loved ones and friend, on
Feb. 22, IN3.
There's an opened pie at the
end of the road. Through which
each must go alone. And there
is a light we cannot see. Our
Father claims his own. Beyond
the gate your loved one finds
happiness and rest. And there is
comfort in the thought that a
loving God knows best. Mrs.
Minne Ivery, Routt 4, Box Te7,
Gainesville.
NOTE OF THANKS
We, the family of the bte
Ralph E. Halle, wish t thank
friends for their acts of tiadness
shown during his death. Mrs.
Oneita Johnson and family..
NOT! OF SYMPATHY
Friends sympathize deeply
with Mrs. Luvella Harring in
the death of her father, the late
Jordan Thompson.
CARD OF THANKS
Deacon Willie Golti wishes
to thank friends for their ats
of kindness shown dro*g his
illness in the Alaclm- Genal
Hospital and also at home. Mrs.
F. D. Shannon, reporter.
CARD OF THANKS
We, the family of the late Ben
Clifton, wish to thank friends
and neighbors for their acts of
kindness shown darft his
death. Mrs. Mattie Bell Clifton
mnd family.
SPECIAL NOTICE
The Assistant County and
Home Demondation Agents
ire holding a testimonial honor.
ng Miss Leontine Williams, as.
instant home demonstration ag.
at of Alahua County, Sunday,
Feb. 23, at 3 p.m. at Duval Ele.
mnentary School, Northeast Ith
Avawue.



GOP Guide
To 'InOut'
WASHINGTON There is
a new guide to what is "in"
and "out" in Wagjngton.
It Is New Jersey Rep. Peter
Felinghuysen's view of the
haves and have-nots M and
out of the capitol. Here ae
ame excerpts:
"France i out. De Gaule
doesn't care whether he is is
or out. Poverty in; affluence
out. Congress may be coming
ack in. It's too early to teD.
"Bobby Baker is out. They
ove trouble eve placing the
ame. Out is the musicle an
ie white tie: his the hoos.
anyad e herbea.
" 'Upstairs' at the Whie
ume ti in. Women will o
* backd n-at le t m of
mn by eecutlveorder Pat
Irow i still try g to Pet in;
layie Wagner is wondert.

The walethrd: IISl-
."
And on the la pip off the
"AlmSt s" Itae l
"whi 11 s
40-'


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Grant to S
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'To SE Asi

BVANSTON, Il A IUner
flt of Floridl hI andm
wife medil team have bem
awarded a ,1N fellow hl|
which will permit th to or
hi a nii hMopital n S r
ak this anmer.


Gurp l VIWam a MI
Mwry, wbma
.-emn a MalW =
sM, will amit a hospital pi
'm the lad orne.
The'lomhMip will en fr
.te tAithmin M ,d Fremd
Lebatoriem


Od Dbpddm


cimic co=pts wfth


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12n moo
OMIN 9.9 MON
9XM WATCI
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Send *Arse Team UF to furchtv

Ian, Mission Hap tO Garbage Truc

r- X=iK a judw in *a Ual. Tba Plaids said Gressals De- By aft do I
id = *of raft Cakp of whoest d do U111Vff* Of now n a assitrij
111 Is an d a me" Awlila.wlll pedisse 3 Prb@P a esuaR rdsa
p slemift closes for do fellow ftlim si 2 cast d limed Is ihs oi
IRM b tob we of rdm do advervily
2511clim At ft Udw*, it der contaim a
Ift Warren, who bas a bub.
der's d*u is awft nd a M MNMW Ye*F*. to a dbpsd am
Is nodero in advestim will wark 7W udm* nprw iba
dall asove. %a nmwd rdmIabcom
7k7 will work odor Dr. NeI6 at the madvoodip has
it D. licisaW their overseas Walk bras Am over the aled goo.
WWI at Cbrist R be usiversivi bww
I ------ valor.
2 in do interior of rvands we do odus And V,
6 at Asian nation. sill w* suaw so delives, 7a usimsily rWb dot it
M*1 as essuied "a de*" pr b.
Warren will mom in the ilL
ip diali allm" To ar-
id 010 a with Mass
'is bellitin issuld raph a.
]ad fear ow 61 Cod of the
90 e0MINICON Wk 1 113111

tam 7011111 =1111
r w1wav -
Business ft"~
;IN ask= 10-the Cb"W 111100111
the' Sult"i
70uyl
ass as Dm'o Bob and T.Y. al CoM vs. llgce A. Edwn*
Service vs. Prett Perry, $2&1L and Ids W. Z4wa* MA
Lhdon Finance Co. of Gaines- TMWW tWPWI Co. INC.
dia TL HM Md** $0 vs. Paul Grim, dNm be*
Vain Diecrat Company of mass a Sherwood Corp., $M ffindwo
r 6d=v& VL Wry ud" MorshavAer Pully let VL
and Mh* McIntosh, $1115.47. Mwwood tarMtkik $MIL
First Nod" Bank of Wilson F. My Jr, and Bar.
bus Jm ftison vs. Michael
Gainerville vs. Detroit Charks E. Farrell. $6.50. -
L MIM $23.0. M. M. Puft Agency YL
H0010110111 Fbm CL "- Bood James, V61.17.
Famie Mae firm, IIIIII-St M. M. parridl vs.; low wal.
Carlo M. Hope Electric Co. ker &W MsKjDas, $9.75.
vs. Barney Al. Wallcer, $1.81. W. T. Grant -vs. Mrs. Batty
Jft F. McFarland and Hal, Boyd Bw $1111.
en White and Patricia N as la, W. T. GnmtCo.;VL Levie
$11LO. JOINK $31727.
University Aulotnoti" Sup- Baselicial i-" Co. vs.
Inc. Vs. Nd* 110MM marlon Nft.' 11111112.
doing business uCamp-al. = Engineeft and Man-
ies Service, $103A deetaft ecip. ;vs. A L PRICES GOOD THRU
11 Field Enterprises Ed"do Westmoreland, I
Kl' WEDNESDAY MOON
a Nab" Fa;:44ppl $187,
III. I QUANTITY RIGHTS 11131IRVID
th a Modem Vadation! Hawes Powers Motor Co. vs.
GIs* Markhm OM.
Hawes Powers War CL vs.
Sam Rkb=, Pul.
Flake A. Parker, dft bad.
ness as Porkers va Mrs. 10
Chalfamle, doing bphm a
United T.V., $13JI.!
Flake A. Parker Ivs. Georp
Be&* P.70.
K N. Leroy YL bm War-
fen, $01).
Dr. W. L fli"varlin vs. Re.
bW Hod ad Oft &A JM
Hawn P"ef jIllow Co.
vs. Gaden T. B*lck. stax.
A0=Wf MiUM"
7a Galsesville:police led
W* rap-W tin "WW$U6
M in acdk* in
tbe AM julork: -
ftm K Part .117 NW 3M
Drive, and lt"vaoisi A. C"
1=;Clly, abod
8:30 pm. Friday in the 9
block of E. ef* Avow
Gutude 41hiber, Hissal
Nomb (pvW cail about 3:X
PJL yesterday, all W. vaiversity
Avaimme.
HM NE 111h
m TREADO FROZEN
Ave, AM 5;0 piL Friday in C
d* prusit Is, Of Gainesville
3ONYS A* BOAL
ITT 41811`116228
Grantofto Aid
z
Urs Siiimwer Z
A main St. Researdlt,,Work z
W. TM SAT. 2
tH ROMIN6 7bm &AW "M Few PIES z
wig offer NEIL Of EACY
opparkmitir
ties la d ciw
anistry od this aw
M IR OWNIRS1 aw al be Vaisifj of raw
mfAT Room ids-
Two of IM NO pok will
OU 372-3514 1111111111t SAVE E
pwm at, tin vi* in = 11to r g
dowry aw *d7*2 W = PIES EAM
BUY bass". Tbw x0finew go
ra CW=Md.V $rae im
IRA IAN. x I
WNIU OW Tbe "d we a0wed
AND CHOW 1W suplowt 4$dw a 10
RM AM 'AT dear and, lqb saw
yNNI man Avg[. wft aw
16 a 1144 6,81M
.*cbd
X I
1116134% limb-
erg of cb=#Ary p4des in.-
In am I0d 111d
Q vdW strealre 41 small.
ndu by uftse% &K LADY FAMOt
CHOM GOOD The uAhv* pf nw6 Is
Sba" Av*N" ahn 4 of the: N111101`111 1111I
WE condoctial evassow
110101111 putle"llos pro. vW&I ALM. L
ve% so ad ow Isis t& FAIR
lkwasVesussfil... Pass fir Wo 100111111 W 11,111101111srCM 111111111
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BEEF LIVE EA71
(LESSEE QUANTITIES 39t Ll ) rc
BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESH

LBS rc

GLBEEF 1111 rc
PEARLY W HITE (5 Ll BOX SM)


WWRIMP LB69;
M HAPOLETAM ITALM MLE rE
LARK PIZZAPIES EAcH 49, Z



FYNEsTASTE SALAD (sAvE lot)


?b Neumd Cmb boft
..()L VL W. T. Own Jr., 1171.-
C. W. Sww(kn, deft bj&
a Swwdeuls Grmy YL
RM In CAW, WAL
Pwter So* vs. Sam Kan.
ey, M.
Dmid & DWI& dolag busi
ufwnkm TWo A Joy
To un Vft"
WALKER
Rim" ffm
a" a A ft M40
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Tax Cutwes Bsiness


$MM M on.a.MOnth Boost


MW a (AP)-re a na
of nmuhse lsses
VAmmi niebewa
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uith5uee ieit brsae
amIS au

e both1
mal hin o ta,
Preaidinsed i N_

Wt bteeViusia,, Ib h a3

fIm o tim lia e lhtJ
Wim Th e beim esm.

Ind =p b1dm9 f&
Tm ther t o ord th e 1, t


Pum imirtianx ewR be
rl arily h f
bbes heme .atve to I mS

Ja.i L E balms a.es 1e m
LIte allmsin ax
7'e K= saadrauee
taithd by theaivele m at
Umo oaklin tMariml M.





F ear habere dupe d
to midpedlm o a tax cut ma
hb the edohaweo bewes
arge dht OmemheCan


fol oao Jin 0 .
an m mas wret ft
elp POhiWntheba pctur.7
PWsen to i d n
Jimy l toa &uMEW rateo
From Demhmer ade itD bo

reftxaaeo

Super em r we Jnm =
receidsi In Jasnay -n aoe
toting V.1 Mbilisn, up Ip
Cent fm Deesmeb. Abs
m t1oe bu dactivityinte d
M"o l poinUt IJu
ary ibid a recordrate saf

Four Produce

Comalidated


aw, do am* vwas adi. *
atmd to 1f pur e.t fI
In balFwapbsshlb
Deca'dtr.
I=s U q1 pIay
aoe Il to hift 1Lf tM




,a waft d I pe7r c ut o
WWk radsaIr s


^134, for te same period a
year earlier.
Iftdl'i gnet =aim, ft
min d* i, u rl'nce.


us at s h -
Im adtalptM

d amat" tImo
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week 6dtag, m li
m i
klm ftlm Nt uNdsa


"ewu Y sbpolufsI*
NwaB Y et ma d & i l f f
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4AR FLASHES


NEW YOU (AP) A am- A was inhi WI Ondr aI
dom stdck niret last mk both encour if.s t t he
m ed the avge to rord verse. While itid w a
highs a dp ad ra its saris domrs io the poc s f the
of weauy in toars stock-blyi publ6, tWetd
-WbhD bdl has ln M em idIpaed,
The market had tho adv-n al t :note. These
tp of goateed good ews thik it m that stocks d l m
from boioes and the coon "Ied off da the new." Oters
rt asu a whole. W the think this there may be too
record highs in do the igs p
prompted soIue anDlys sto sa I the ur4 trndig week
that a "correction" w just ended-shortened by a mar-
had, others said that the aket holiday oFriday in ad
eragp were deceptive that a vce of Wasito's birth
great many iseas wer for be d"-amcks pt ORe a uowi
low tdir peaks. performance' mch of do UBe.
Agraent of HS se ad SB. u adenseath lbs aerce, in.
ate coferees on a fala l dratetet ntad' ( oup hI
of the hloganticipaetted i grSpay uwM e vera s did
litue. ,
n n. ne.Ma Do.w hstrial sy.
ToDisUcuus ..ae l.. o o
sage iia s maia gaso
4 todlo e at &imae NO
Facilities For o m -o d .y of the .
Ieat Ul level: which It ba
Handicapped r- uy -
ly.


mbers of the Governor's
Subaeeit.tor ou arehkarml
hBare PA -eent a hoal
har program to the Forda
S m Offiab Aschiateat


IArdte ad laItreio at
nmber o 1k md Frlth
m ltt to euaw o A.
Salbuth aifor te aged Iad
Imrdgree its ef 51k
ubO.lmltttoe u ArIeauml
Batsm, wim speak.

DjitwHh rather seule heart
amet U mle arIpleimam, I

a. a Adl h-S
owi n e miloa wfhlt
brce caiObe, wi uaed fm-
dcit mi ISnWC 2Wsatay
an lenad worklbildiy $
lyj inautd b to the bN
ad Ad aN


TALLmUUm Four Irn.
-portam ner e cov- m
fs r m= art. Hootenanny
eing ber an city. Set Ocala
easc PmpI nd O
Guvi have bee. OCAm- Te Ginusmt
aiIednto a sle opera .kn I tNeSmth
tR in KIWs Im ,muswi beNd the
by te Puble Utilities Coe- ct ig ato I '-
"-i'cl eck i a H oi w mw M is
Tod the lceim es have penmd tw o dms *wl U
bee heb by L G. DeWit, ta Hoe Ml i

hd Dwe iLTck Detedoken lb =.mn.a
e., opratig out P0.W Ca rl Florida Juior CAo
* Beec, am(rmama Ed Ma s N ta Afstr sa
a d. lsag, cmcit =in
NBe D. DeNit ad sor. Iie, wadBbehao Ifrd
rlJLD nt a amtd Al pssenis tobuel.
W&1 G. WOldns to e6 e ei nlel ms FW i, s smil
see p-estrakg ope- edis the osk BSip det ow
15a01 __ pQ m


The Ammite4 Prem aver
aged of sto made a triflhi
oe lof rto aldso a -





aoaed aI 1MK
V for sbaitd
Waed 18 d res





r illb wiat
soaw a Mead b# .
pa a c a
,. ~o ^WI


Floevrida ewr

Reviews Year


At Dinner

aWwsetSbob. fl4e

doI-ts
in ml, ani
e '


aida WKear
uftswf edt
haN WW 000 It f
Ideing ZIG ad e1-eabw p.If
oble at dsipg aeudkA="


Abo H emplo frIm
tshs the Broksr pup
Dg s.=adt n yoe.
bm bad the a Ie-
Cl sMutdRt, GraM aN p
ihpt F, 1


Wll H. Gilt, Fm germni
mager, dda red a Sdt tatk
* smety aid re dS Wae
ty awmdso enployde of
Galpaerille ne d ams
omait district*.
Flive year service awards
wee presented to Jim Bell, Jim
White, Ginett and Stewart.

Film Depicts

Calif. Nature


An m al color fimsa nt-
a wiuIe 1 In the Sh.oallS
o Catfohn wil be am.n nd
nratedby Job Tft at Gain.
ft5 Hig Sciool Anditrilm
Tml at I Py .
Taft, a Nat-

uespe hot




a -lflNm


an livng as to eo am
athmr bhroiAt the for sa-.

T ftm. e rik Cfr .
Biaisspfrdbythe AsAd&
oa Comy AodlbMoa Soey. He
tMded iWmtler cob ibCal-

6D iwb 8 beolor.
Siv to te ee
uafr u *hli ilIn L


AUCTION 26

NEW PORT RICHY, FLA.
Take ft N It" H e S. Mam$s, Im
5ah k Tr. 5. S eNw Pu Siaer, feilm
5,150 *,. M "gn4ft *M.
do" iMm -LAO. PM t
ACUS FeNmri d Doed ncid
*i In SwtaiB m 's Esate

SSABhet SolahW Wfe Csh aS. bess W


Lur #A" urnI
mm .,"I.


.*a t thy will Mitl swf
bod at bIaM o gnla t h sa
ayw ubI GtO d a lbtlstl iW ble.
,l btpflad ain euint fqpS md


beeI dn toS, n.in

Georp W. (tOr 1lh-i-s)
Jals ted m a .0 a
wek dtak h a W"r aRom
dabi so n a im o ,,the


fm B iwo I




Tw h M. With marm
he aI nved e sped a si-
ek d al stre i s ih hs
a pshmi the tue store set
upO-bMh


Be t fumdfte Put
Food OWm Cporeadin de.
pOwced 60 dra i"oods
plad tha i tII M re-
poid to he rit pi of ser-
vic and nihinIp s pro-
vided evti or shop


lb mm. .mesm.W
Madl attl La. ls trade
j- i thu ain -9
ismsbegantoU m7 ory.
M fa te dodiy m
Wi Post carried a fealue
Itday abot he Pubi aper
tak, ad torlms lewe sf
t&e airT DIgS cried a
coo-IcM hoo toe tfti
oal"Whoma Worn Goes
to MlteL"


It relabhs tn hoportnDce a
*quipyhttl ,yewa th
Pwrdi hi m i of the
shopper's pyddie ad be
bilw how uaers think
and ret, and prove the
Pods ad seurvites by watL
Jnki e mt Oit to mae
'qi inal ne and
Adopted doat -n for bb Pob'
Sou. He aet teedw tras
BIr houwives. indseomob of-
fetled the ustoi adiBg
sa gimmicks, givew-s
:ad d. treasrs made a


sort of game out of


grocery


pers co at ead en. The success of these ine-
- marble, t c mmts is evidence by the e-
placed t ld fb woodmdy rese in the num ber of
bdkfi baId peqd ious Publi stores and the increase
igg mrea with covered in gross sales. In 151 Publix
was to pote the wea sales grosed $18 maln. Each
dtr, soft mou wi no blar- yar sice they b risen .
mo m -nmnim n soothed and til 63 they totaled over a


NEW


MlOWrs
AtJDDO Vt'


*-.-w ru


-Yourming are
always wth 100.
cents a the dollar


4IVR9
4%1@ ^a^


SLoan Association
of Gainesville


220 NORTH MAIN STREET


PH. FR 2.8495


Fme Fa- In Reer Drive-in Window
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staday Internatse
-fl a of Na& s Suwpp,
Dr.Orge K Davis, U. of F.
Dieo of Nudclear Scdce.
niriUnio Social R% 8
ualy Interntional
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m4i, Udtwty PA Spain
-Baskeltl: Flerid w.
Gera Tech, Florida Gym,
:51 pal
-bnatal Forums, Flor
ifd Ulds: Saml Hadawl, dreme.
ot, Arab ormation Cmer in
D l TeL, 'Cri d dofJr.
das," T7:3 p..; Dr. Relert
W. Bradb ory, Univey of
Florida prWeo t coonl
and Lati Ammrian eas
ONfMIPli0t, lbc P i p f.
is," :3 p.m.
iterttl n Cofee Hour.,
I pa.
T y- .Iateratioual
Week..-
Concert: Florida Strin
Quadn Univwity Auditoriuma
8:15 pBa.
-tional Forum and
Cofe Hour, Florida Union So-


c.A .....Au a i luub Forum.
7:30.p4., "Western Impact:
Response and Retion" Pa
Graduate saudeb s fran
India, and Dr. P. Lauman, as-
siltant economics professor;
:31 p.m., "Berlin and German
Re-Unifleation" at 1:30 p.m.,
speakers are German graduate
at-'wents.
WadlWedy Interna tion
S l WeeL
-Lyceum Council Preielts
tigo: American Ballet Theater,
Lniaversity Auditorium, 8:15
p.m.
-InblnirfAaal etder Illo*
mal DicMio. International
Center I pm
Thursday -International
Week.
Lecture: "Cho ng in our
Government," Jutice NIDard
Caldwell, Florida Union Audi.
toraum, 8:15 p.m.
International Center Infor-
Mal Dicussion, InternutJoM
Center, 8 p.m.
Friday International Week.
Film Lecture "The
World Around Us Inside East
Germany," Robert Cohen, Flor.
ida Union Social Room, 8:15
p.m.
-Human Relations Institute:
"The Role of Government in
Better Race Relations," Dr. D.
P. Wolff, Norman Hall Audi-
torium, 7:3 p.m.
-"Chorale Cubana," Cuban
folk son group, University Lu-
theran Church, I p.m.
-Florida Orchestra Aaocia-
ion State Contest Rehear-
sal Florida Union Social Room,L


I 0.3.4 pr.
Saturday Alterfalt
al WO.
-Ineadl ISam "
ekm a ler d, 8:l3 .m.
-Sipa Chd Dtry, Broari
FW, 2Spa.
-Flraidt 0rcl io Aoci-
doM St Cate, mFrioda U.
ion Mi Roalo .m.-no,".
hame- *e*nies .
ption, Florld Unim Jh
Lo ege, 4 p -
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Feb. 14 l h Amnlo
Building O seial Art Courm
tdaent Srnicm Cet*r.
Ft. "45 7th Anmal I
ran e and Tuax li Cut
frewm, McCfy N AudG-
Wion

F^I-^bftfti
Robert Beach, Florida UInt
-Metat SculWpture," Johm
K. Evefells, Florida Un*g
North Wing Gallery.
Feb. 1i- "Water Colors
and Collges," Robert Carson,
Florida Union Johso Loume.
Fe. 14 U-I Sketchi by
Eric Medelsohr, Florida State


Fek 17-M Photographs b
Wy Bulock, Galery X.

Planting Tips from



The time is nearing for fer-
tilizing many plants, shrubs,
awns, and trees. This is nec-
essary in the Spring to break
winter dormancy or semi-dor-
mancy and to stimulate new
growth and vibrnt bloom. Ad-
vice, Information, iad tih ne-
uary mterals are avllable at
Florida he Control's Grdmn
Canter.
For beautiful spring blooms
and excellent growing results.
plant annuals now. Give them
a healthy -frt by conditioning
the soil with Ideal Bed Mix and
Peat. Our plant department car-
ries a full line of high quality
annuals along with some vege-
table plants and shrubs.
Now is a good tme to plant
hedges end start new plant ng
beds. Fast growing Viurnium,
LiUtgutrunm and aoutve Podo.
carpus make fine r-round
hedges. These nd many other
decorative plants and shrubs
can be found in any quantity
at our Gardon Center.
Popular spring bulbs such as
Caladiums. Gladiolus, Dahlias,
Glorioso lily, Pine cone lily, Doy
lily, and Tuberous begonias
should be planted in the next
few weeks.
If problems or questions
oise during spring planting;
don't hesitate to take advantage
of free competent advice by
rallint 376-661 and asking
for the gardening experts.


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ameo them afttedig the Maque Bll ivem recently by the University
Gild at the GabM ile Goltf ad Country Club.


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Once each y members of the thiverlity Mdcal Guild entertain
their husebanbi dinner-donc. yeWar's prtywas more4han gay
as the Guild choe a Masque Boll ast theme of itsporty given recent-
ly at the Gainesville Golf and CountrfClub. M" Donald Eitzman, pres-
ident of the Guild; Mrs. Herbert Kaufmlw, chairman, and committee
m members, MWI1 Hemy, Mrs. Meo rftr,, rA W. J. Taylor Mrs.
Vincent Stemr, MrG. OG* SchiebIr, IvAliei ,W i Mfl
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Jutr Wima's C0, -:15
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celeavllabIdge Cub, 7:3
p. a., Recreation Center.
MAa Gma Debtt BAr s
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ra iae, reward Hainl.
TSn AY, February
Ameriem Asociation ofk Un.
verWMy WA Andul
Ads' MaNW Bri p.m
Mrs. & S. K 11N SW ft
supreme Forest Woodm ast-r.
ole, 7:3 pa., Od Feiowr
Hal. L
Tm'heVy Evening Supfper
Club of GaleouM l a pa..
14 We Univeraity Avenue s
i Phi chapts l er ea
Phi, I pa Gurudy Federal
Savings and Lan AmAentw
Dr. Donaml Morriam Jr., -pst
speaker. A
UF Educatim Wives Club,
Backyard Garden Party, 10:3
a.m., bomates o Mrs. L
Johns aid Mrs. J. M. lips.
Merrysteppers, 8 p.m., Rec
reation Center.
Reception honoring Seator
JoIn 3. Mathews Jr., Democra-
lice Candidate for Governor,
and Mrs. Mathews, 4 to 6 pm.,
Gainesville Woman's
ChabioN.


WEDNEMAY, February S1
Gainesville Bridge Club, 7:3
p.m., Holiday Ion, .a
University Medical Guild, 1:45
a.m., Mrs. J. B. Henry, 1t SW
23rd Drive.
University City Bridge Club,
7:45 p.m., Weed Hall, 101 NWk
15th Terrace.
University Women's Club
Newcomers Bridge, I p. m.,
Clubhouse.
Chapter AP, PEO, 10:3 am.,
Mrs. G. W. Weseman, M. Ed
Holden, 2110 NW 23rd Boule-


vard.
Cosmos Club, 2:X3
James Brown, 15
Court.


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Colax Rebekah Lodge,
p.m., Lodge Hall, 740 SE
Avenue.


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Le ue Play for County Schools
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Memb of the J lerr, WdelfareLamm aed plresesth the cildMre's play,
"The Pricess Who WeliM't lagh" are picture above at a recent perffs
mame. From left to right are, Mrs. Cumrad McCoy, Mrs. Robert Oakley, Mrs.
Colrt l esate.m add gla to tie y. PLmrWed Mray LaiPy a Mn Jack Williu.
fra left to right ar Mrs. W. C. ffla Jr., Mrs. dy with laugh for the lttleo rescue his father. After n-m ally, win the wager and the
John Pitias, ad Mrs. Robert Sam Ono and enough ac and di locking the d he ecom pincss hand in marriage.
y. OO l l Marc h 10, Metcalfa, March 17 ap t pMM ry1M70. os ure prtihe s l p ade W iN e cast includes: Princes
Ban nRmW Mar iy a e ,T eets and cos tums were her to leave te the castle. Audrey, Mrs. M. M. Lley;
Gaineslle nr Wl Sidneyd, March 1 .i de. I ld by Mrs. Jack Hafy Their escape Is complicated loradora, (the pincem.' at.
l mmbs wi en d, ad t comes were made bm by the arrival of the tenda, Mrs. Jack W.
h c s pl, "e Prl> Yega, Ap ML?; ~j by the cut. wich. rm-; Hobart (Captain of the
SWho Wouldn't Laugh, to.A ,i o "The Princess Who Wouldn't! Guoard)Mrs RobertR. Oadey;
more than 7,I elemnlary 21. Laugh" concerns Prince Au-' D.. Ga rk) Mrs& e Rwtch ) Ms Gery
chool children in Aladche Eackyeaadifferentplayis drey who cunedbyawitch, e priEha.., d the aid M( e c Mr
lty through February aid select by t eChiAldrnU's Tb.b ,imprimed in a ate. wi ch,demand 'sfrdom. john T. Pft ; Co (The
Math. at fle t. pa thase H Kfat ha proin is d h e urean s uthe awana-k in's son) Mrs. Robert L
'ibe Princess Who Wouldn't If n play ls u he hand i in marriage to any man which amuses the Prfces. Saders and Simple Sim l
Laugh" has been given at P M who can make her laugh, but The cure Is broke by baher (the friend) M William
Stephe Foster School, J. J. More than two month of re- those who try and fail must be laugher and Coke, n laenton G un.
Finly ad Kirby Smith Schools hearals ar.d panning go in- hanged.
within the past three weeks. to these prollts, which is be- King Cole and Simple Si-
Other performances are I directed by Mrs. John R. mn enter the castle hoping to hdeM d at
scheduled for Newberry and g Edwardsonor the fifth year. make the Princess laugh. These
Archer, February 5; Haw Mrs. Marvii Graham Islfall to do so, lose the wager, I m 11
thore and Micanopy, Mach 3; dclum the cnmitte. and are thrown into a dungeon. .eds, d, ,
Alachu and High Springs, The play'is a one act come- Coke, King Cole's son arrives I offl atlhe


DuPont Executive to Be


Patriotic Luncheon Speaker


Louas P. hannon of uilming.
loa, Dela, manger of the Du-
Pont Campany's tenso n divie-
sim, dill be pit spe for
In mal Patriotdichmkeeon

at the Oubaouse.
atMr. Shbeg M Mas i a n M aly
tonsively speaking to many ...


somek Eltcon-iM he Prkice o
FIt Gradule
The speakwredved his mas-
tIr's degree fr the UN Uiver l P. hm
nty of Florida, aid is bacbe
lor's degre from Southern I should be made it Mrs. W .
oois University. A native of St. son 0. Boozer, head of the tele.I
Louls, he now lives in Wmnag. phone commit. or to a
ten. Mr. Shanuon, who joined member d her l epone cam-
Sthe Du Pont CompPo p u as an mite.
indusrial relations adviser, As is customary,the past
le w apeds pasInIseI preldiss of ti cGahinesvIll
-l Se taUhMqrialw# WemaW s Club w* be honored
aeing work at a .ms o d at the laucheo.
p h*ftlelnotac -e wV Amontg6mpre -ntd wn
be hMM.Mark Ts4bnael, fird


Mr. aum is the brother f
Mrs. hnd H. HElat, leSm'
Cmowi hir tte *WidWit Ii
NWE hr tke FheM Fodhr

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a lm aw i chaNeu
Whi% aFd Mr., MTm* b
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vice paEnt the Florida
Fedwrt 4 Wom'sChibf t
Mmba Imwort a the
chan Ommit e ar Mrs.
Jack Batw, prJack nwot,
taHeM e FariteM n. WIS
lam L. G,. r., Mn. Jots
W. Hoowv, Mn. rmk & HL.
tbrd Mr JaeJ Jobk
an, Mm.mEar 3 .lie. MHm


William H. Miller, Mrs. Clay-
ton A. Sayers, Mrs. Thomas
M. Scott, Mrs. 0. M. Shultz,
Mrs. Earle H. Watts, Mrs.
Foy W. Stephens and Mrs.
Leon Henderson.


Engineering
Wives Club
Party Given
Eqimrg Wives Club of
On University of Florida held
their aimnal Valentine luncheon
card party at the UP Women's
Cbue recently with wives
of members of the civil
neering department as hosess
es.
Mrs. John Kike served as
party chairman assisted by Mrs
Byron Spangiler and Mr. Walter
mimpher.
Mnrs. Ralph Klinge greeted
guests at the door and Mrs.
Rosh Coate welcomd mem-
Tbe buffet tae was centered
wili k and white amel
cidI dwithp nk ane. Red
M ad wN pla wre used
a" the Ciim s.
Mn. G p MargMn was in
dt d the oral arrange.
eam s a t del wus to Mrs.
Them.a Pkins first pr ,
Mn. Frederick Rb second,
ad Mrs. CCte0 canaI.
taIIIblm


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Anniversary Party
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ABOUT PEOPLE
Mrs n. L t. I fowrd wn the award of Distinction for her
ars yucca corsage at the State Corsage Show in St. Peters.
lbg last weekend. Other Gainesville Garden Club members
edhitg and wa1ln blue ribbons were Mrs. J. T. Hdi
., Mrs B. Minell S., Mrs. Alm C. Morris, Mrs. Pas
A. SIysw and Mrs. A rew Racykl.
*
Mr. a Mt Carl 0. Dickey, of Orlando moounce the birth
VI a ditOer, Hel ha Ubate Dikey, born February 1. The
D ikps have a am, Kevis, who isb month old.
Mr. Dickey, the former MWiss Jacie Mc a, is the dabgh-
tar f Mr. d Mrs. Lestle R eLdcC ns lr. of Gaifsmile.
Visigt ia Galeyf for the first ime has been Mr. h
bid T. Abek, Am.iqas Mm., wbo was the haaeM a t of
hir honerm ig0 r, l r. Mrs. m i bert i YVlT The
VMYoriM moved here last summer and are now living in
a new home at 3M SW 41.
Mrs. Abele left yesterday for Fort Myers and will go on to
Naples, where she will be joined by Mr. Abde for a month's
Stay.
Next week, Mr. and Mrs. Vooer have as pests their long-
the fhnds, N I Iarrhit Wedli and Miss Gertde Griff-
k, also d Amnam, who will p to Naples to spend sev
ral weeks. --


* *


Mr R esrtn L Shelmer
eft 011 week for TcIeon,
Artis., to attend a surprise
adandn of the fiftieth
wedlig of anniversary of
bar -ts Mr. and Mrs.
WIE= L. Warne, u TuonT
by.
Th Warners' three daug-
ters, Mnrs. Schewyer, Mrs.
T. J. English, Burlington, N.
J., and Mrs. A. C. Wilson of
Bay Village, Oh pin to
met a Chicago and fly to
Ariona together. The trio
and a group of friends have
arranged a surprise dinner
party for the couple, who
have often visited in Gaines-

The Warners, formerly of
Norriston, Pa., recent-
ly moved to Jackson, Wyo.
They are spending the win-
ter at their home in Tucson.


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phMti oand y f t e vley.
Har msr, Mnr. T. Prid
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UflNb ME m. PrIdtA
of oA bs N. C., nime of
WreI m fwr n f.
A of the tho ats da wre
street lis ibdruw d tr
he ll a ty adrS k fP
boxeto d pin kr name
RichrdlWe aer of Tmp
served a bmt Uhers
wee Pdl SdlemA I of T
adW.LCiWonJr.
The lars mother we re a
pale hiMe cmp athnouoms drems
and white acctories. Mrs. Ar
ta Lee reameny d TaI, W.
ter of the" b11 were a
lavender crps e frock
and white acesor Both had
orhid lOnafu' .
re 1apsN m gSwing the
ceremony wasm eb at the
GainaMvole Gel ad Country
Cub.
Coasole tables in the foyer
held aranms of pringV
flowers. A white cherub cm
Wta d lew ith carn-mo,
stlck -I sweetheart romm,
adorned the center loe,
WhWIthe Mida party recely-
Ps..t.


Solemisd SatuIday evening,
the marriage of Miss Sandra
Diane Hauler and A. Julis
Sotg Jr took place at A
Church of the Naare e with
Rev. Earl Rowan perform.
Ing the double rig ceraony.
he bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ha
fer of Galnesville, and the
Ibruid m is the i n of Mr.
ad Mrs. AJ. Slag St., of
OCala.
Mrs Irvi Griner was sb-
lt ad NMis La Phiip wu
pianist.
1 churS was decoraWI
with bkati o a owgns ad Bi
altar was flanked by fleer
candelabras ad p
Givn marriage by her
father, the bride were a white
pm dole ogowpn with a sit
ergma bodice and chapel
traL She carried a caude
bquet of white orcdds and
Mrs. aymd Hauer of
Ocals, siter la hw oft
bi, vmd as aMim of eo-
-or and Mm Paria Stuar
was Irkaumd
The t atwoeds were blbs
ad ree brncade taffeta
ke made with bell lhape
Irts and m tog menri
They carm eiangs of
Pbra mouft
C"ub iUfs GI
MNb KW bfO Dame Ve"tS,
coa of the brile, wr flw
S i She won a Yellow
Litae Not-. bro-
V a ft m..4 wa& s
thdr : htIilU am, was
rtag bhISr.
Jo muser aned the
%risI a bid man. UsM .
m w- RaywOd Haer
"kv nam r, oIo l" ms and
Ctrk Mt srJr.
Tl MikW'sm is tu a
bfl bel m = owt
11 uu0 ui0 and a pink car-
"a1* m we a -e
p ineadrafsotU -n
i Imr -a la INS411011 ,


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cuAe enholding a rIel .A l.i.ori.. u.
and dopan- --low 0.L A. tsl,
awi fted rap& GmMu, ,m e rIm,
S"-,Ms. Gva Mrum. Co.
od smll ait wUllddoMr Cln Mrs. W. Cl
d bm rvbttri o Wet ofid r., aer
the tabes. I*Jr., M e. e r f
Topiary leu S huasiii UMms. L S. Ca i Lacy
fie toram ae. D.K .u wb ._ " IL
ber rmedoe wa D pa Cd ins r' D.r MU
ona regular tabe mdeora Mgrsd W e Mr
wish nilazas: clustm e rfTm Martir It*.'e D
sweetesrt mmn ad grI Nit W Fe. a =
S" ^ ^ MeNghee, Mrs. Booe
Jr., Mrs. Pal Scarti and
wln aslting at the recep Mi Jat HoJdges
tion included: m Karen For traveling the rd cho
Owen Mr Dmnld Jacobs. a light pinklooped WuIt,
Mar. Wegu&C.eMLmn ie wnk wblo wie un wns Edo
TAe Mos, Mri. Owe, abome MlU&tm a reelt,
Mrn. hl Coo, n. Wh Oenwater. i I


A recept in tam by afk
bride's -ent Ml* the
A whiet sA dp* ab
inred the Mi' tmaMA. M
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trend d kt d 1 tI
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Church Program
IsTuesday

The University Methodist
Cee ti wS win meat .
tmday at 8 P.EaL.b the
Chrch aUK.


Bl rpoKirick


sMn. Bldm Maus his
Mr. d Mi John Wattkir- r. and Mr. Joh Watt
patick eo n the manofe patrick o Gasvile.
ot dk ahw, N Zea Se l rdooB is lmthe
ftars KMirkpeark, to T. on =f Mn. Wilim H
de Mnfit Bae,= ofr.W .ate of Saraota, f
8nd W T he Wam Bar-d New York ad the la


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New Yor.
be me :ony,
perfned by


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hm ond mm Lob Hldtmamm
wil p t a powam higb
lghtiBg reviews of the Mel h
dM1 Trafier CO ty CSt.
te pUbie ti invited to at-
tal


Retired Group
Retired Teachrs soiation
of Ahtchua County wi meet
mn Satbrdayat : a.m. in
the home ofDr. and Mrs. .
W. Garris, 415 NE 10th Avene.
Dr. Beratha Nedwoth w
-en a prm ent
"Nams, Places, and Words hi

Plam will be made fr the
state meetg to be held to MI-
ad nch, Aprn a and
25.
Al rtled teacher are urg
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SRinggold, Ga.
The couple was attended by


Ni and
halos,


IeGAGEMENTS


SWilttcNamara
lr. all .GepLtnA Mr. MeNmara was prd.
s mOP h *i"a Saoed from P. K. Yoqe labe-
I ra y SchoolA He is npled
e lm ~ly the l ori State Road De.
d Ma ts. L M elm :arent.
6tar a e Mr Plan have bee made hr a
ftaMn -. Fenrwy a wedding in tha
lbUl bamlttM P;t MCe w al a of the Frst
Ynl ltsiyr BUStEit ckarch at 7:M pa.
Stm Fedae coupled aWoino
i''ai "" .- vitd to afted.


Geiger-Stanley
WILSB MIr. ad MN. Wlls HiOh School, where
wae. ,. ar &l G Mia u ish praident of h claa.
momfte wh a M of Mr. Stanley was graduated
t.r. dierM, M t frame WilHiswoo gh School and
m Geiger, tI sMar te eais yed s- by W. and M.
saly, ma d Mr. ad rs. Costructio Company.
ArmirSteryfl Wt .Wedding plans will be aa.
Mih Ge@iger a mir atnouaeed.

r ^ Now under
the ownership of -
L. ELAINE ADKINSON


imard
mMe
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Howard Barber, and
Mrs. Emi MackIe of
Wash.


ar. ad mL Barber are si-
dits at the Univeriy of Tea-
nmese. e bride is a member
of Alph Delta Pi sorority and
Mr. Barber Is a mMber of Sig-


Mr. and Mr. Jam V. SniiL ma Chi fraternity.
The bride i the gr l They will reside at 1100
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Whie Aveone, Apartment 25,
Howard Wallace and the le K Ter after Mar. 1.


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Club Notes
OT BywJM ItCRAPS
wgit Mnr. lA. kmrffo d a rpl Mr
orth. J. A. Jm Jr. Ied North-
ef SEif oM fil in the Weudayn
heUi en W kEV amest of the U
t t Gat evil Bridge CUl Ub at the
eNom. MS.y i. wIth IN match
is d p L anwore w eiat and
00 mr. a m teOe wnle py aSd dMo
W/4 Balt.Wet N.K
sI I as.LQyatamhewrit-
k Mg or m wo oml witk l a f
I. l~ed by Mi Bande Breanke
* g asI Mn. Jules Vwtelikam
ar. kh m tad Ds. J. moore
ad Heath, Jr. w M N.
SP. D. Gdddit I E. .
Sad Wet wIt .0te swrins n
ba & Aill" includ R. A.e


W o S a writ .
The m lmb w m hld is Moday
w M I bt( asr pON t llw at
S 1:1 temorrw emi at the
dn auitis a Clter. vitipain
"UT' *ebld


ATO nmut MM 4W t0 -wi tta
your fae wire yn dM e lf tMesht. To umy
wea beem eam qnmj I wevr they an
thinkia abuet m wrinkle their f to complement
the ocasemoL

Don't Unconsciously
Twist Your Face


The importance of eercile is
oe d the miber oe medical
topics today. owevr, facial
gmUnastics can make you or
ruin you! Some make you M
young ad me age you
rapidly in appearance.
h the aier atoisy the
abual eyebrow nW. Givem
time, and ot a lot of t e,
ti habit l etch deep
on the forehead.
Then re i .is the purser.
Many woman lduige in this
without liu that they are
doing When thinking me
thing over or making a d.
cision, this ofe haUppens. lu
wil courage thoe litt nes
a the upper lip which women
bathe.
There I the woman who
pulls the corners f he mouth
down, or allows it to happen
because of diwcouraeme or
lteaon. This really p-oces
thoie nwe to dn Diiei hsh
quick ime.
There is Ui 'pesov who
frowns many tium a day. -
ery wean must take em ton
avoid t. Me habIMt des e at
tedak lsIMt bmeid ba

reading or aftel.
lieattha en l n the Wos
which may eome from eye
strain the ed for ey
failure to wear dark gmues
when in the rgt ,unNl orW
the habit of making the ft
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Brides Book


nIDAT. Feb uy the late Mr. McNamara, 7:N
IanM l e a h ring Mis Ka. p.m. McCaul Chapel, Firt Bap
rea Owen, bre to-be of tt Church.
BDrt Roe, It:S p.m. Mr. SATURDAY, Fekiry U
bwet L Johumo GainG ui Wedding of Mit m DeI m a o.
Gl and County Club. retta Jamerson, daughter of Mr.
Wiftg l f V Cioloeia and M. Lancastr Jamerson,
Ser d Mr. aad Mrs.and Melvin Dougl Lyel, son
M A. M sr.- ad Rw of Mr. and Mrs. Mevi Lyel,
uINdll marsad.on of Mn. Richmond, Va., 7:X p.m.,
'b M. eltamara and Northeast Church of Orist.


Dr. Hort IsDAR


Speaker


b sd r I et American common defense and general
Mf l Fe" h ru'ry, welfare and that the union was
Im W gIaNtidl by the not based on the idea that
DAR 1 yeun ag, the Gaies- 'might makes right.'"
vle chapr h d a talk en-
ed "O(eN tk Under God," "One nation meant that agov.
by Dr. Freeman Hart at its1 ernment of the people, by the
renwt met with Ms. Mar.lpeople, and for the people was
cai Mlam a bi s a check and balance between
the three functions of a central
Dr. Hart lM the eipter that government and a balance of
"Ia Nati ller God' meant power between the states and
OW tht t pbopld the savereign the central government," the
3ales waseld to unite for speaker said.


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S M.. ln.mm an MBA
Sthe Ip e of doe Mrs. W. T. Ctaway org
friends ad reltitw, Mr. mad IK. P the mqpN li c.
Mrs. Thmas Glee Bater Given imauageby her fa.
were rie Febourya b to thek bride me t wed-
the Chapelo the FraiPry-diaq gpn wOich had ben
rian Cure with Dr. U. S. w byi the rderoom'sea
rdo., paMtr, oliang at grmaolher. The jMyear- ol
the double ring eremoy. gown is a chapage antique
Th kse Mi J i ce and pt Her fgr.-
The bridefor Miny 1, Up loth ven11hn a tiara
ain Cuai bMcalya, the parlsand be carried a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HNh aade bout a white a
Francis McElys of Leaingan. UNA t di rmhid.
de bridepmis hthe-of
er of Geneva, Ohio. yelow r d ad whte ac
Y _rellow draindtwhiteac


Henry ir,, brother tf ae
Sbridegmr,, rved u but
Man. Ushe were Millo M&
Eyea, broher of the bride,
ad Ted st4e.:
7e brid' mother chose a
Sbw lace with matching
Saceeaories and bad a orsage
I Fowg the cmme y, the
ScuplgreMietl gus at the
hapl befre leaving for Gen
ev0, O*o, to visit mebei of
the MridAom's family.
The hre those a navy blue
B* trkgm way ambe.
at mrid State a.


1BAI L U1DBSrT
w l in th North.
south i as theracieo
d master p ame h U
Ivheny O rlge Chibat the
Ud*all 0 be"kea.
day ,n L Jo m ad
A. &.I W*euhmd, tI Mr.
and M a AII luraM wee
third. rk. D B. faLier
ad MHi. Ed Young nd
Bam g Ili. a"im M
Iab l ina momdia h, a
MnI. Anw. HsaDr. t
Angish t tr. d
I b l(astur;poit geae at
Wed Ha,. Won eea r m-
als Mrs'Loa Garrard ad
pisM bm te Nor w M S le
tOn. Dr. C.W. Baks ad D. .
rid were -o mnd Mr.



fa w M Um M W.. Aders
ad Jobp C. SadrItr a
os Oe as LWsts -a
fart places with M. L W.
Joes adt Dr. I. L JUtfL
The cbb wi amet taMgl
at f:a p.m. at the 1Uw
Facuty Chb a0d 0 Wa
day at 7:V6p., at Widl.ML
aDe Whd'g od- pim.
"ar11 lh s


e from countries for study
nla the. United Stats
AAUW members contribute
anally to the Fellowship Pro.
ram, which provdes 100
awards ech year, with $30,.
Scotributed by members.
This i supplemnted by the in-
cme from the AAUW Felw-
sip Edowmet Fud.
1e Florida Division, with a
membership of 3,2 contribut-
ed $17,247.3 for the year 1a2-
I. This averaged l31 per cap-
ita and was exceeded y by
members int Washigto, D.C.,
who coated $52 per mem
ber.
Other reciplis of the HE
Awards were to Philadelphia
u the community; the Ford
Motor Co. the orporatio, and
Dr. James L Moll of the
Ford Fouation, as the landivi-
dual.


By JWI L CRAPS
Mn. A. Srafford and Mrs.
J. A. Jm Jr. led the North.
Sooth flit to the b wdesday
evening tournament of the
GamaiMil Bridge Clb at the
Hdkisy In with 1 match
po lts. re w eight and
m hai takes i play and the
averaescore North-Soft was
W at.-Wet Dl.
Mrs. IH L Oay d the writ-!
or wer sed with III%, fol-
lowed by Mus ieraise Brene
nd Mrs. Jules Wtekainm
wa ln, and Mrs. J. K Moore
and RPau Heat, Jr. with M.
P. D. GdaMIpQ ad E. IE.
Phips toot n mt p-b East-
Wet with a Other wminmrs
this direcim tckaed B. A.
Bmett aad D. W. lBoman with
9K, MrW. W. Mir& and
Mrs. F. 8. hiad wit .,
d Mr. and M. N. Ut-
stm w& I.I
The dub i w hO its Mmoay
-at maser l gi PM at
T:3 tlonoow amhg at te
bemma Cwter. Vitig p
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AveM f ll ada m K hW Ute
yw fan wrom yam ahp e tohe t. *w 2my
vmmw bmime am lb wihater they a
thki halbWt ai wrinkle their fats to mfmt
the ocnim.

Don't Unconsciously


The Importance of exercise is
one d the number one medical
topics today. However, facial
gymnastics can make you or
ruin you! Some make y ook
young ad a e ae yo
rapidly In appearance.
I the latter category Is tnhe
habitual eyebrow lifter. Gives
time, and not a lot of te.
this habit will etch deep lines
on the forehead.
The there is the llpurser.
Many women indulge in this
without realizing that they are
doing so. When thinking some-
thing over or making a do-
ciion, this often happens. This
will encourage those little lines
on the upper lip which womn
There is the woman who
pulls the corners of her mouth
down, or allows it to happen
because of discouragment or
tension This really ot
those nose to din lines t
quick time.
There is the perin. waI
frowns many times a day. Sv-
ey woman must take cue to
avoid thi. Te habit hdoes
ndick that t at te diidnl k a
dour haw peam. Nawr
wam do thisAn w s Mieg or
readi orafe .
Tn there we be -M
hae at the c s of the ys
which may Uam fronam eye-
strain, the ned for eegim,
fair Mo Wuse dark gasse
when It the bright osmight, or
the habit of a g the skin
Aer dthle Ime sad n r lof
uq d ghma tor m Ers
~efrdt e al enaor gs
b gldsM ievnd an i



i fae lamgpb* m d la I
log as pi a '
rmcalw er s as od al r
ke Sms dht I he Jdn -
wen middle age and e, bad
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ways ajlqy a ing cream
beWon Wag f cild eres.
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my ea meiisa m i) a
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ve-pe w Yt ar raps Nr
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h o V American common defense and general
My i ak Felmiary, welfare and that the uni was
wM W vl taed by the not based on the idea that
DAR I yns ago, the Gaines- 'might makes right."'
vle chter hard a talk en-l
ilMd, "'Natm Under God, "One nation meant that a gov.
y D. Frem an Hart at internment of the people, by the
leedt meDig with Mrs. Mar- people, and for the people was
m I sm Mitaes. a check and balance between
the three functions of a central
Dr. Ht toU the cheaper that government and a balance of
"O* Naon adir God' meant power between the states and
9t tit people f the sovereign the central government," t h e
tIM OItae ed to unite for'speaker said.



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LachO h I Ms Ka- P.m. McCaul Chapel, First Bap.
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Bhrt Be, 11: pa. Mrs. SATIIRDAY, aFmwy 3
NOt L Jtma, Gabesvile Wedding of Mis Deane L-
d aw Canty Club. retta Jamerson, daughter of Mr.
d a toniaand Mrs. Lncaster Jamerson,.
V #tAro MrW. and Mrs.and Melvin Douglas LyeIl, son
Gmp A. W ., ad on- of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lyell,
aiUsMuil n, nrdMrs. Richmond, Va., 7:3 p.m.,
Vw M IaN and Northeast church of Cut.


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APersonal Profile- Jackie Enters Historic Home


hfflMot Km*% nrt as
a pt Int,-m a ta d

by a lhg e ot1 e M f s.
Smi s % ly *sn a
hesb hbe b tek.)
y ART VAN YM A
MAftthe hoblkys a Paa
ach. Mrs. Joh F. Kse4o
ld h W he heou1ieMe
et*S parched a OQG.W
'ht e oldt e now m ut
fthls sut d Wubai
t.
Her new puperty is ly ir
Nicb dowB the m aflmed
frm the Inaller Fdral p-
riod residence which the lie
Pro 1lt bought weB Carolin
as bo, mad two very hdrt
MIos frIa tue her arther
'and epfther iv.
Acnre the street s a din-
-fineld, brie d6oue m
ai imtr"y belak d itBab.
at iemkh, m d Pmlrt
Aihmi Umw h, whll wd
there ml It. IbS ow -e-
e by Rep. Petr FRiP
ea d New Jey. Fruer
C ef Pradol ad s. Sta-
Iby Wdwust vw w e m ce
tfrii i Mr. I Mrs. Itry
Thman, are mdr neigh-
hors, and aboot opposite is Av-
erea Harrian's residence,
wheb Mrn. Knedy stayed for
a few weds after leaving the
White HoI.
Med. i bead bi w heub
a hbng to e ha in b 1I
by Thmka m eli b se e
medt miaN I Gen Msm
ad I t-a' n4IIa-
ame. s M tiW ries
amte sdt b. Its ebae
b wdII by a pttd U h0

mdy* twioet af to
6e yew.
"I woder if they are older
than the magnolias Andrew


Jackm plted at the White
Hme? Mr. Kendy asked
Jimmy Gibm, from whom she
bootb e h e? "About half a
.ceaty air" repied Gibsm.
1Predd Jackna muSt have
planted his tims h the ln's.,
Mrs. liay ograbaed
Gle o his knowledge his-
tory!
The house has 14-foofrih


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cathedral calihp ad a work.i
Ig fireplace in abot every
rom A large drawing roa ism
to the left ofd te spacious a
trance hall, and a fine dining
room a comfortable library are
Sthe right A huge master bed&
rom, dressing room ad both
pts a smiader room which Gb-
Sm used as n a office w
copy the second floor, while the
third floor, with its four bedo
roms and three baths, is ideal
for the Kennedy children.
S S *
Jais McMillen Gibson,
gandson of the late Sen. James
MeMIe of Micigan and a
member of the Marshall Field
clan on his mother's side,
bought the big house seven years
ag. He sold it because he had
acquired a new Palm Beach
villa a wel as a mailer, mod-
em Georgetown bhse.
The Gibos restored the popC
rty c iderably d-rin their
team: a brick tartae laid out
ab the cious back gar-
de; aa sable area o problem
prass replaced with paving
stes, and the installation of a
lawdm r.,


iately ft4 the &ath of Pred-
dent Kefdy, the wife of a
Latin-Ame can chief of state
requeSt permission to a OB
the Ft e first Lady durig
the State In she and her hill
band were to make in Wahing
too. ie it hA A bea are
ed, o codu e, under the Ke
.edy Aduaistrati. t, M aW-
erthels ^uMi Mrs. Kb edy
receive oe umc folnb vish-
tor, there 6 ould soom a pa -
rade of VfPs from every cou.n-
try making mwar requests.
la with her desire toI
return to private life and disan
sociate herself from White
House activities. MrsKennedy
has disoled the four commit-
tees which acted in an advis-


I Mbt haW


NI. Kw@*%h feelles aMI
ce- in ag asi
a fe ai, in the Poa., &
Miti I ImI of pld lmp
ae has m at PI k*a
t-ndn Lylswt. Ibr Stm
sibMobfor f glnow aem
NE IsmIaIiM P R.. -
osad to aheaI t oree qArt
at a aillion. M to A rld.
year miff Mrs. K5 e*'s

OhIk sod "l t Year w v
- edhs ado be as iftr
Ith We lamto elm f i-
it tMIHh a s bana
the mal traction, r whier
siMers cr owded h peM
of g1opsiog Mrs. Kennemdy or
the loulye, rstti 00 obje1ts
ach ihe described a k
amorate cham a her c e&
bnatecvision m ioar.
Only recently, fore the it
time, Jacqueline Keiedy's
rM appeared in eo if a
Ata a envelopes ea.clu
her arrepoodunce. Ths fras.k-
g pl iege ruled by r Ce
re to al widows d Pr,.j
deo, and tod iK d
is the osly Sh e.
congreab pawd ker &
paes upto* "SM toply lar
a ice f toa ha ule hir o
erwhaih mv s of maL. KM.
Keanea 's social secretary,
Nasy Tuckeman, cem her
roommate at Min Presr'sI
School in Farmingl. MBIIa,
ad Pamela TMunre, her pm
amrelary, bt etup n tile
in the eM i me. D to at
Bldh scial glte it

sible for re cope with bal
a .13. b oers ad a quarter
of a u on abes ad tele-
grama sodf nolece. Sobsow I
other roo they have ettstoed a
matter of vointeers who opa
the letters, red them, sort
them for fling by retrievifc
thoee they judge to have came
from friend or acquaMManm
and by slecting a cr-swectii
of thoe they consider espedal-
ly eloquent or moving.
Evetaily al s ledtersn
ea aMues bhe sed tto te
e kidsy bI Man4
Meanwhle cl Iae friendsI
e M e le osees C sI
IWre g*a. panM tIs s.
Ke dy have reedved a
Mack-fdM ena o di Col
Is-avSd et &di -fM!
"Its. amasy ik detly p*
peeshe of year s mpe1
a fgratef yearwtam .
SimLy Wlemr
As al tils poee, Caroline
Keedy and her thareeear-1d
brother Joa are adjustiBC to
their new life. Caroline, wi is
just six, fised her lat term
at the special White Hoese
class which her mother sat up
for her and some 31 or so small
friends, by appetrIg in a school
play nto the mornliog (and a
church play in the afteroo)
and completed paiati a pre-
ty creche.
11*I White Hoae d Isa ew
mee*f in the Briti Embabs-
Swhrv e Lady Onyf Gore,
ife of the Anbhasador, a lig*
am Per o"M Wdal m edrh l0
NnModes; -MW MM


ai. Juait a t dua tmbe
the Km4, IS id *w
pImmd, alk dftv e
a t& Aerei- i ah
park equipped wt
.am td lollow




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* colmr amby thre tra
a to tale ithemm t Altm

aopieqd oly for aomul
weak se bfoat elatS I
mds death and MsI.KLs*
has ramed it "WIas" at-
or the conaly in lrel fa
which th Ke IneJds la u
After hi a, te wil -h
*.1 a as iret Uli m taI
Mms. OKm ebb I-

Phety. She l as si pap
work a o layr r a fl yoi.
Sheta" mit, p mids ad
Wtlle p-d, ta et a medle-
sork p wroai vc hd ohd
bme p-M fildt y.s tMe t.
PrWidesW aqip hpe'.
Thee, thoSere be hera co
t t wirk a the wh
om dorild Amlmaiod n
the national cuare cater,
wMth wilB be ammed after her
Then, too, there iil be her

Mrs. Ogle Is
OES Leader
CHIEFLAND Instalion
it oficen of the icdlad
IChapter 51, 0.S, we held
recently in the Maca Hal
when Mrs. hbobel Ogle was In.
stalled a Werty Matrie. The
chapter rom Was decorated
9 wbred roa.
The instadin aemr iwre
Ms. mncetBr, Pad Grind
Umatron; Dr. K W. Gawd, and
Vinet Brice, Pat Grand Pa-
trt=; Ie Mis Uy Lna Joho-
ame Gra Trurs, Ni. Sl-
e WhimAnler, Grmd O am ;
ad Ms. IeghIm Yety,
Grand Ortgo


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for a beW Wt mo ag
,'Pmi that haes hm s.
inasd wibto or erin
h* hoesat Itseowank.
Wm Ftl abmit to barst
p.mdl a im a mt
ie Cto onea, ad aM
1&C il JibMN Nw
-g Dag i, GSt~a imad
9M. Il et ed AMm m
tI thoy ham"USe Um
Ing b aktpos, PIMI Vb-
Whit umw Efo sad

gPoa the Itoy. I
mia& or eat y arch, accord
a to be tu Wther. Keep ye
gr cut
Waic Suet Pm, Pawee,
for o*, the mb e M ress
plot ps Sh emuk the up
asnd sart tousgr eatB.
wit See Lk d 4, WFaIe
Sra, or bht
There is N* ItN S U"
be pat ut nm RM d-ta.t
trea nt sr inb Asals Dy
be mved almos u tt, bu
uwhm they are m leis a
good tim to pme -the Mlme
olors bar mwm wte Se i .e
Febuary lt is Sas t .-
al prin tle to in tb.
bears, the ch.D fl9y, bit
planting tue pMi ai. m
March aid erm Iber.
There we-s -"apoitt
oamw gardeners eIt q* t
epWd bto rly w"nd s ma
lhe oo. This lids tbe lB
wiork the Aniea Petal
Iht. This appears firt a
wite ptse aso petal bnph
tprnad fidlsy i k kNs
the flowers ve the
amc of being eca eCd
do not ep off b somel
owers, mbut dry up ad hg
n hlike brown rap. Our only
defaie bn copig wib this pro,
blem is to protect the tblsoom
by frqueot ad peritetol
srtg. Start wh the buS
show cor, and spay three
times a week uoi a flowers
are open. Some of the recoon-
mended prepratiom are Do-
Pont FugideA, a paMe
preparation. Ortheeblde, sad
Remember the SWing Fow-
er Sow is Apri h d Sh.
Conalt your Gar" Chu bcha
ma regarding te ibrusrad il
quirmete for pials saad hr
ticulure to be exhibited. BNe
Eibbons are won NOW!!
"If you would be happy yer
wlole ifethfrum hMoM a
pn'eB- (Fn e* Ole,
me)
e Garde-TM SW IVf
anry the 1adasm Me d
played emInl t ,M sh c.
Mrs. W. D. bim TIlt-
Ing Oaediamsta.ifr
day from 2:4 pa. al3 M.
pa te p m o Mrs. 0.
Trk c. A. Nssetti mr tt
Urrace MrmN. Dick s
cph to the paike or vbt
te lm Iho thr is
"Frabi W Gl airn a
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malmers hold M S Firet
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a .by Ir. Johi Msft
M s. Jeams J. s ms a
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aikur s the powl and
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Gloriosa
Mr. Ui arbiter ,a
CeaskM f the City Bss.
mu aserd hin Ua.e,
g Ise tiepast posebat
aim's meet i.. t th Ma
f nase.. MfG.KrMt m
SS *v.w; Mr. ifHa, f
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Ua d m 7,JM am Mre. r.
amS w Ieabke be "Wilt
t is t Beat Jtme.
Mn. J. W H. Te KP ad
Jftib e at the 9:4S a..

Jasmine
Dr. 1A. Bon wil be -o
lmedt pe a tieFary
am"t of Jante, ae. Dr.
Booe's bje wil be "Flw
Mrs. Can CeUo w be
AoeIt wth Mr. JAPAN es
NMteak atr o NW Hm for
MIe
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U Owdeltd WOMrs. Wotn
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d' MD be conducted wby
M. Ad Jt L Ebabul.
J0Manolia
A TWU OF JAPAN BY
SIDS, pmented by M. Ro
bert RdOS, will fetuK to
IWam GdeIanm pwgrm 1or
NI wm are.ne a mig
I he beh wAt the b =o0
M1n. J. Low e Lapeby, NW
IWA Avenue ExtenaoB at $:&.
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Accidents and Strains
Cause Disease
While taking a patients' Medical history it
ib din n to find a recent foil or accident
pre-disposlng factor In the patients' com.
iits. Frequently the physician hears, "Doc.
IrV, I hod on euto accident lost year, and sev-
all weeks later I began to have seven head-
it, nervousness, pains in my arms, and
nmMa." Another remark sounds like this,
"kIstar, I slipped on a waxed floor and struck
th end of my spine. In a few days the sore-
mas left my spine, but shortly after I be-
g to hIOa phi in a leg and I have had poor elimination ever
oem."
Simn al Md he i Wbq the brain pass through the spine, a sudden
oinr acclldiet aw tAi spinal bones and cause pinched serves.
MItl O *M igW orV muscle may fail to function noaly if
m m tca IMt hdMurbed.
A brief Ch e ea mination can determine if some accident
0 pinched wr1 In your spine causing pain and sickness.
A public ed ionl article written by Dr. M. F. Weaver whoe
Clinic ib lated t 1511 N.W. 13th Street. Phone 372-9587.


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bK, NM" M atMam ther
*ap p-Oibby, ubt imtin M
smMs a Mt imM y mdm.
7. TAINT BY fL Shm
perfuly healy people fhit at
tims, TAINT is the strerw

I. RELENT mot repotL RE-
LENT, yes; but "t's" NEVER
"to late Io repaLs
IL VATS it fats or eats.
The due's remce to thee
il "mId WIarsiWe" Md
the act d ia.MIWe fulrs
VATL Fa s ad mats la, ^a
tmam "mrighl pr
dbats.


1. FOOT t oo. Fool
hlad point, she Mth "updi-
ty" mtioned could be ANY-
ONE'S ad ANYONE could "be"
as MI Td". e idea of a
FOOT "being ju)re tough
"itiplfty" is a Pod e
I. DRAUGHT r at t ~ogh
Speeif "a CONSTANT -"
fmn DRAUGHT. A *mght
Sa mn cm, "cm have mrious
in offets."
2. CLASH not fls. A
CLASH Implies the sort of co
ffet it "-bs qu bri." A
ah to practically INSTANTAN-

3. SPEED ot sted. Trav-
dig sIch a SPEED is cer-
WilyAp h tSMd mds be
aifd ase a ated, wa ys,
mrey measm a horse used for
rMig. wtim aMed m be bo
the hat "n eSive," regard.
kIm whether "I's U sizabe"


DOWN


1. NAME ot fam. Specify-
log "that da grat and pow-
erful fam"fav NAME.
The effect s fae is the ame
rgirdas of whma the prasu
am.
2. FT ant hiL Regarding
ht, "a rt m," surely,
wOOwLD itk etlhg i" a
debt of "a" ern "few
dobs." He "ight Aok mno
otg r bdl "Lt a few
a great deal shut "r
rq m of She amount,
emo -% *Adh as the
may hpIea him

S BAST at Mbls. A
"could be HOT AIR."
the sepes gos. A blast
as "imneg rih
d oudf a aSm r'
ir; lght; e*plm;) Is n
"imply hot ,ar" tgh
hoa hi,# *%aMir"


CAW ON PO
(With Beotle Cut)
$375 OHffed




YEAH

YEAH

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Us Bee.
ma nia d u a bblomi' pood
Uyitt #blPnroewrdbuide
lat week, but don't you kmw
what happened?

rd o.
You've to swn. Yeah. So


swing out with your ol e-
WSin; set your wits wbirnt
and your pe Youve got
to swing.
I'm forced to sing:
"You've got to win, win, win
you've got to win.
"Tlun pile of cub
is giving me a rash.
"lWhe the boa- gets acm
he says 'liste ho:'
"Get rid of it, get rid of It
or surely youl get hi
"And be's just that, that, that,
I kid you not my cat.
'IThe hbos is cross. The boq
is croas
'cause no one's ted hi
for a loss."
That's the kind of b I have.
He works up thom aliepaes
so be can disbut some of the
loose change burning away in
his pockets. When le can't give
it away he gets furs.
He really wants to part with
the dough And te lner hebe
hangs oo to 0b 0 W isb
pockets get l o
What's worse, the les o the


contest dmId that he icre
the prise m sney eh week
ta there's a winner.
"Pete," the boss aid to me
ast week, "You've to ji d
me a winner heW I tun sin-
er. I can't keep pg the cab.
bage. Each week I have to add
another $. P getting Btled
... I man Wugged."
his week the prime money is
up to u, include a t$
nus for ho every sub-
scrbs. Prlm rad pe I -
am stood cuminem-mies t
b as but stand io wt Wi5.

king's ho e a d 2* uir
contestants mised the boal M
week. But the ngpk's dow
spgak And nauray th safr
Wr,-u e cofth alo te re -
has been sharpened da

I talked with the abd t
m IdaIs m IfnL. Byrms i
sdide the free woMds iBto toh
S aend p t iW saideu
weekend news ats up all the


may be a blast of hot air.
Sunday spm.


4. CONVENTIO iot cac-
mmr. cuwmcm in theM
whfM atmay h "
tkow," thde M s

,t laiiM, AM 8C. I
& DOS U dm. "w he
DOE," ye; ht "how" he
muam Us deSn, rather O


SGIv-- T ,a M-
I tarM." US AhB "fi
leftb bf dElef* on

beaprbmche wl
hw IasdM, .X a Is
h i. tid witA In1
teor d "m seb .
w OAI


So usua, the lit. whiK
citas the coract words
the pa, is m d ateat
e olds bnew* &e inm
paw" opw wf s tIn
the Rmby Sik.l
D alnrt chaI, ia
tries ma be pohteared ToM
day P.M


a. maw. urn in


eImmnuIa mo w alwms ceurTr aUM.a
1. the pr fr ft MaeWn Ml ftS hi Suneris WPIZEWORD PUZZL.
lIN be AW. 4 -a emt ghaiM k nrece In*A his $W pumtde W M
6 primMag m WU Si heMi tav MbM N rXt asd, rlm g p IM
taor INo whon"h a s ma ne amm a of Hui| e ad" it h 1"
- cOMel p bn P t Me btM hM sled secrter. tIM haM aV

. TbhI C w-M MUtS M luka r h ncctiy MiM WPROi-
WORD UZZLLt u0s 0 4 *M M eCdc tiWe a week's -pMe 1 II
Rd SagliLm.
an
&s. aMw aa a s V WnWMt WBnI=. c54lm ftn ". (
Ck0WEm IN" 1911SSI Ga*OW1000. CIW .9 NA Ifaw
orw m aIei mi mm k a les SUMA MadaiNtl o1, en awse hfw
ale Nml dke am f Ml Ml e ToMeLi tMTheiMtedis bma kA. 1it
adMdf NMe INS No M. AA an M^Owt ta" MOP
eW I A mAl thi fl 8a Mium S sNity. I All al he m-V
ion"y M 6s. W Ne--mt -eAUL le tie W-c he e sn
Thrtr a am Cimri Mime MM as M oia revs r s
t &. n.. a aI 1 sense #Huai1N CarVuy us *Mi

L After Ivy inW M N e Ii pl, MIt nIiw h* ck f lda mwrs.
inns. Ma It *a F rtm pilS st prtiowErd P.e, GaereliM ctk
P. 0 INR. hIvilt PFftriS N wW td 1 N. o Go'MN gt CW M
le t. MwMn Moi Mo M i *Ac. ANMI Ist o *it fhor Ir"
day S 9*- ** ** M-e i raemnm is mfaris an ev b ft u ment
huim Mle hi MiM"s M e Ml bcMh gleis
1. The re m he.a m -wvvhor *if clls regwrd *a cafmtS,
EM rnear may utme MWI N M FIVE trI hi a wcti eek's cat. -
L A E o fM nfMei aMI w" mr to setnmieW froee e d"ea S 0
CkwM 1 of MeasGalte < at IwE Is PIamcn G.5la

9. W rA, If w, my. o om t whlit is this Siunay's PRIZEWdft
PULE u I ammmA mI We MW PRIZEWODO PUZZLE puMlMhed IR4

I. IM asmeeIbeM m fni a tibt t e awnrw a 1 tea Mae1F
u.-irs u my r return. mel. w s pafMet muleal
iti)
.i'"


Puzzle No. 6

Clip ad Petas on e 4 Posterd


SCU AC :


1. A salor, of course, has knowledge of various .
L. It wldW be a pty if a poor woman were robbed of her-- "
tA good takes bs tle.
IL The faet oat he's - may iefuriate a tunemperm
tal be* y aseentm
I FH- oahurt
IS. To -- a a p y can be very huilmatingl o hm,
17. It migh easily have to be opened up with minute care.
I. They e ie tb ve.
A. s dlnmW lmbptoohtrehscellela of a 4
L Tils kindoda jobccauwell be a tgiy one.
'. RIAMotranes is e aly ito Mow ha w s is held ups.
K. Ca as* e aeSad uS miSsvy. .


aI DOWN:


I Pii have tha
I Im happ. Ma o- i* met
Sudie te ki.


to be airmi l


L4. w pamble for am I beirely depend t pm m--

L Jd a sil edm ., pemp.


&thm's i tdda i le.
& Theadal pge a letSf the lM.
SI.TM W 9 A to d a to M rig
a Tlhsre- Il t PM idWi to sidh
Wvau.


b ifo sr -if pate, -pu


__*n ia at eI a em fi l to,
1*-, I1W" 21150I ab M lbl
P-'


A.
0
a
u-i-i


a tghs of aSeeMan


# lp .43nm#


0 T aMUioCUMImew Tn IOA
If .em not aw h aome-dmIhvered ,ub-
mcrber and would Ulk to have The Sun
MaN
EV E



af al e-iredsb-
td, cck bo Extr Bo for
hom-deliveed ubecr*br. Se Rule No. 2





itbemSe Peo
Mi OM pewued C mies
Tim Gaidm lsee
lea S7, au K m.


6I a so


el


ISO", kbm--- * |flk




A-'

U
S
S
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2 +


g I1 a i


SLectures at Center,

:In Student's Memory
m dibhmw te BMy RPeed. TIs 3I ip hk
2tWe br4ig ditag orshed wr ad m prei d
3pdm a syfiof Ckd UM6a Akrdm a it

,a, 1m W. Univ. Ave., r bd rqiwd omatrdlM is
r ode wem mentm g. eibthublyu intrsl d
usiok Re the v. tire be. tAm nah Md
G. Nodtlle, pa,.Rr of (he c t ii l t olalimes.
heI inAc th* Bin
Sb.j. mOrp bcw Mae a
"budtb la nanry d JPme h d fc Ip
LOm BoUby who dbd ha at u w
ale sdaat ApI -, sa .. .
U UWS NS So WteM a a yar dJs
Stuuhu Wst d nr. St.
He w t*e -s of Dr. aI Mr*f d B wf.
Joe N. anuby of a Ala dIe IIUtf l eltmrs l
Y.ma rsw--l= hm wkit .M IisXM"tk tl A
in tim tm&nr y 3Uhu al -ms b ee
'a% wo the m l8im am* *wo 7w.


-OW 1a diWfs kk
b -9h" tih e.' n
MVat1 edo sihb*5
Irs. K I T. IN&rlies
ItS bb~
IwE rev~w his b*,Mario
I* PUlae"bm Y


pit Sen.


CI ke.on


ToAidPans





UTep*pS ut Ml"i4
tapr ^Mu


US..
Ps
Garnish
'beat
- in aegiS
hifl5m
ale. a wedS
a-mamas.
dahhbfrwutbta
lb esdereacs 6 ~emS
hytMuIbJMvMmd Ce


h
church: Directory


GUNUvn amefl.
Advent C rieda Cho W
NE It SL, service a, U
and 7:31 pa
Umberer MemU AMost
Crietim, Lt S. t A*.
ervces at U ls a d a T:

First Allim, U a., wr-
p at lptIU mHkU, U
(E Ilkk, :18pPA.Ll s ml
37UIr ld Av.

toad, s el t U a i

First lqtt s V. dWr.
Ave, wnlp t m d 11 U
a.m. and 7:13 pm.
Calvaz7 aaptM 0reh, U
th St, rvicn t U a&
and 7:8 pa
Carol Btaot Baptist
a. Church B Im f
rvem at 11 Una. udl
p.m.
Emisl Bati' CH al -*
. Univ. Ave., U aJ a r1:
p.m.
Faith Iq.deMi aOpt
meh, NW 31 Aw. t sa
Ter, aerc at ItA ax O
Forest Puark apt M
W I Ave., trvich .t 11
aj. and 7:45 pj
'Gaiaesville Primitive Bap
fist Our, th S., Ar
ebr Road, serve at 11 aIa
North Central Bapti
, rch. t NW 14h Ave., U
vices at :3 and i sa, a d
a3 p.u.
Oak Hill Bapst, NW 4
Ave., Morl worMhip at 11,
evening services at 7:3 both
Sundays and Weuedays.
S Oak Park Baptist Chrch,
610 Archer Rd., service
tO mand 11 a. and 7:31 pa


as. rT:3Alu
I 1M3 Ave., eniBn en
11 m ad 1:3 pa.


mt Si pwsTO .
R P .8 BatM Uamn
N ft L, ame at 11,
IM AF atl I, ma;Mike


-I tmv. Ave. beay, -










d to ad n, L a at a1s
m dU* ATB^ I IM.






t L a d 1 r ud. ft

Mn a ., wemlp amiM ia
rI fl84 a- abt 4I slk





1Lad. isIam..
dlai AMfl WM Ti




tased a ai. t W.


i E Uworhip, ls b Ae
at r MB

dI ChrK H N.W. WM A",



Chtn "Ol11

A uUML. rdU L. mn
L1b4 TL~avmll~


hi Wv.
bam., in N. Id$t


Holy CDouNM n toIa
rm Trimy, 1 Nt I t.,


nda, H UMCII at 8:1
aft H a. d;:
t sa. o
a.l, falee at S :,
t add 7:adA pyH owe.


n PtaBwa SW AT-




1ma h1W Amman
am To: m
Ia -A, U- d b



ar At ne t litU. .



a 11 s


:una&
U im Aiy, N


0a y m um t
sE anres aofd, Mi nk,
SU LL m aad 7 : aI

mJ NlB dplt Mutes a, a

-td aM.pk.Noi Clts.


ahu, 1mi NI Sl I8, nsla

A saNNdnota C"
M NW nl Av,, Mndte
laW fiain NO

Sat a.iL add 7: pa
Wailey Fmtad aed U



Mmm
.hl. Ai Mn ta 4S

atd 1t: am d4 a.K

W UNSWA mI A,, m,

wne, INW andt A1 uIm
at U:' aj.. and T pa
ie allo AO t Gauch di
Nharne M W. Unl. Ave.,
wilso at 3: 0 aad 7:1

wV U. ltwon ,


ma
US'
I-


at Gehenik alt
M iWs at At
iteS U m1aL,


Fint Presbyterian a i
i sW d SL, arvieS at U
a.m. ad 7:3 pJL
Grae Pndyrha imri
14 NW 13a St, MSieat m t
Laj
hk, Imf lul Ave., Msri
at 11 .8. si bM S
KUllpa Pr0e 7 kyta er$-
I .Dmb, Alehr e iW SMi



ULma
CM at A siers S


imULp m. ift Am.
SiaW adnb
dan aU


Ask Bltap Anut M
.elm i n- n tl

iualaptiamet ft
am, asup aMni p n
Jm. d T:11 pa..


]kt ebWO W d W


vi1m at SIlA$pa
Abtm. Mft ah. f0Is
Oti, aIpcat U1 UL

Nmew 0 lMad Hal1
U im ad : 3 pa
Omi prS Htufbt. U-





Rftd Plnyt a" Omd 6
Wrttl Bob eatu &


Army Sate



Wins Award
BIt rl m*ut r rt hTe
byyth hi.v."Armi

.od ANke, nAve am




& 3 ow laMih l, a
eat C+ t nkm
EmSt 1s9S 7:39 pI.











lb afiw 1sto1 tle dom.s

hent Mi dt smaent se

tie amk prapse ineS Slm.

aics Intyon hengy tpuh's
Par hurt, aisd aesYu,



ad atee DimneS isf C.n
delvinta V P Cm.
% ou pmd an et.

Uskt Armtpoga ths the S
W*t q he mi df t


Church Plm

Special Service


The Fir' Amis S God
Gnui, hale ad aSa haif
:E Mt o I b,
. ias a inie s
ad um d. Bift A
md Mnsa, a gC ill ai.
bo SeWNd.
GospelSing
ei G 85W tell Cmog
to wE bul a today
tram 2:* 4:V pa d eI
ar" i" bptmaoinlkI


Nazarenes Form


Mission Group


,I Rev. J. Eane, padr of
*A hfto achd o fo Nom


meting Thu r day marnhi t
1:3 o'dock at the p onup


rme, wthe ul-a mwhm Nrs. Eatm mvd u


On 4. a6y ab ey cIa
ter It week. Ie uehpwr w
hap fmmrt steM-of
dp Iart y Sod te

Is. IMl WhV e, ateoir,
io ld Isbib abu aan



Program On

LMions
ft Fat WqeSS Bap
t kChn h 31sMt A.,

da Mervices today's pro.
gm.
Idual pMhr wi te Re,.
COMum &t, Whe I fund.
trad lUirtirMguae to
hr be. Ik rmlom
l1 a Joaeft od M Se Jeia


Minon Boud and

Maped, speatl -
aSd :3 p.m., wi
id of his recnt
* JLauL


First Lutheran

Slates Second
Lenten Service


I e seed b a Mrlm af six
tIea mim INig olWd at
thl Fist Latm Qi ch will


be Whmeday at 7:4 pa.m


iThe wr.
*355, wiH


Natdomal


hostess. Mrs. Sue C swell,
MS president, led In the do.

Other officern iwho were elect
ed were: Mrs. Dlos Eaton,
vice chairman; Mrs. Ruth
PyiK setery and member.
ip uhna; Mrs. Joet Hill,
traMer; Mn. Alma Booth,
study secretary; Mrs. Ann
Smith, prayer and fasting see-
retary; Mrs. Thelma Fulwood.
1 31Sheep (magaze seem
ty; Mrs. I.E. Bilington and
Mrs. Anr Smith, box work sec-
retaries; and Mrs. Alma Booth.
publicity secretary. Beside
tme persons, Mrs. L C. Hill,
Mrs. Samson J so, Mrs. Ir-
a Grihmr, Mrs. Pat Gulsler and
Mrs. Luclle Tuner attended
this first meeting.
It was decided that the chap-
ter would meet the third Thurs
day of each month, the place to
be decided at each prior meet-
ing. Immediate projects will be
the operation of box work ma-
terials for the foreign fields and
a special Easter runembrane
far the senior citizens of the
Conviety.


SIWMU Meet

HTo Hear


Rev. Andes
The Women's Missionmary Un.
ion of the First Baptist Church
has slated a general meeting
for Tuesday morning at 9:45.
Speaker for the meeting, to
be held in McCaul's Chapel of
the church, will be First Bap.
tist's minister of education
Rev. John Andes.
Andes, who is also chaplain
d the ROTC uidt at the Uni-
varsity of Florida and a cap
tain the U. S. Army Reserve,
will speak on "Te Chaplan's
Work of the Southern Baptist
Convention."

To Hold Sing
he Jubille Gospel Sing of
lwItey will give a program at
Hal Chpel Methodlt Church
at Rochelle today at S p.m.


Roet e
debt the -


monftPews


Ca. IThe Junior Choir, un-
del e directim d ie M rs
th Wirth, win S "Savior,
Whn ia Dost to Thie."
Al embe ad fM ds o
Sdubrceh bin M to a
Wtea He ahbe ian" all
tI r for w i% diri to
gap t,


$$ $$


$


of the


OVER


'SERVICES


CHECKING

ACCOUNTS-
NCIAL & RWLAR


...m na bopemda hued dIre


In odfion to ite fumaIl hme, aea ond prer
liunoat ilwe i tfounedeiedi wacwttrefeignuciumtag
erbces a tranipowtsat, palbea lt. nuin 4flwers,
leol p-gtms, iemmnt moeiss ond stoy fmr
dtellk Inmed in f ol. Th, he s-iae you of
ery poile rMeporarity with ma epton tme
repowrblity of wMihimp.


ur mSptI hi he NMhea elected Mrtlcem.
-nm esl gl Sm!Itien .5 -hoes. e,


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FACILITIES!

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Take Record



le Prices


al a ain Wliam
I set a- nlp w-l/da
Sflba Ft- gl bed
is hm Rlh Shhis



hi a NpOm ar ok
Cwa i Me)r, S
i (i ap) fii, a
i r d t mi-Mr OM
Do the Swum L&C.
U) kawer, p.5.it 1
paid t* for to alb
1 d-kb Ms Iatal peen
b IM a aeL


IItoglw & deeSS
be 'ebi dew tw
FNmWBop at'


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" NEWS


Farm Bureau


1i Ma.. UwA rood
am pailsa a padi
M* sMr, Ibpod bre-n
mfml, eMob m m.m Den-
my a-ht C owOair wr.

l timpsh wm
bis a pm ab sL Tm
il ph for a n m di
mue lmb a pn h I e
SawlBB show a


WM b w tfe s Mmd
lMt hr ind the AW.w pe-

A Mtld aof4,1 1fllm e m
al ir tells l"M-
StF 4 hmI WA a., i
b l Mi Ly md Gi -
h*m m l' o s.
tmsot r Aberse
tWy, mid t S*A mgB price
o fc*u jamb was a
hw record, u w the aever.-
ae price per hmead of SM.
sOther Smliso a the CO-


Kiow Their Beef


ThikB pretty uartet made
try Club livetk jadghgI
place in 4-H opetitem a
wow. It was th firsint tim in i


Wauth0r ste1r to he f6e "A and FFA beaten jdg ies as a "i fm we tme e<
bift Boy Ranch and hs tIs and pesesali of awards Ptiar ae- e ( d Dj nthe
iritormwba tokheSD-u to te g ia tS cowigan. ilsSaa(sd D
y Ca b" r ol Cm, WBewa ho"hl, T Q 4.i aegirb ar heater. (an
hr to DifiCoualynForetam b, reed fit pre
r ai 1 heeM s. m $. int. the pi Treto FFA i AB m hich
l idy ou also We*c melI, preed by Pcs third.
fr m the buyers a reJ-ms Ganid f t h W Woard, dlthe ,team,
pice for thuurereamp etal Federation. Sew elI'smasmcod high ae'-
tep .lai ave of or. ad Priest, ofe Wlit
S p ads a day during h S am, was third.
Bay8 FJpUwUC &@ As a reMt of &sw sales,
onId M bookoftom fort" be D Dle County Ch* r Saved poud- ofltt M& Commorce was amuqei *-
Sulch Saved i M
wasse --md e-a--- ,well ce rescue p- or
O N,* Im C olp .*Sr t s Fore-. liv. in .
CpI Tt) 4AO;fl, aFd SIArAB I'" M i
in M section cO mils, WA, mi -- by rog e r-wp..
maulchigggaba*9a cI I ng classes by agrol fi
Cai y's ha- al i Sst b ass Colby arpails o ximeral
*S [imy com i anet merrchwnT.sai o
SaBe srai e'we had i& ws met a r s er Purchaslg two d each at
," Wade Gasklag laid. SewaUe Rive .ow. Te ain. wee Oed m
pls Io ad t woall gieaWmalpdomCo.,WhitordoLl Chied
Iasn Fr"id whmt p is als. D MA FI e hp Sa-mwlai Pahik to. sad
mwlct." Portitse, Dlio ilbrti. i Gn o aG 1 1
qeliqed te platle astic d bto1 Wi &bP
a*iUn df bedsdo em" Itby to, O r m In, k Fa t,
ufdi to tbe "Al*s..I Commiy Cb taes, epe Spp edMlt, ae SE.
Iti c be h alalsi adofd Ja Stp'Eir omimm r of ChiWipd, Chiefl
Ale DOWK yd ad Car la Fari P Supily, Slif J. W.
S were tg the odld Srt s; and at d ce David ITde Ms A
h hayMie au fewi wha o ter WhmC Ob (ofdrit 08a1;o BrC., Qita o.
ylli l tan soak *li1 he Cays lendt D Mac.mia (p nt I o.,
ldwaybyi10 thMat" ryLUKp. lrietetai; hMtW lesi
lt a lhge inpsmn to Ihmy tarl ClltK Fm MitadM
ceater of the Nort er. David G111So D of iloeD Bk Of in.. lmha=
-rims, waiisOMad, ad FranictowMiwae Cefau; 1qi
ukbin pmedtS111ofWlEANawmUt hm. Paflg Co., Taipa; B&i
wmuto*AbdiamM b -Pce- to WA Wkm ramFuaq!aitoTrn
usktWas w by 61h Wft CWI L
w lai iyn u wm d e I=Of l Ml11,&3BTBc.W
bmododwia t bmute. PriM sai *lA; cowlsPrwk O, H
b btodhSMt dams. sdDaw Se.wnoawabe rislaenlai aHotmest
hahipopbeaebUSokitbd1alui.nto the Gdm~lnft w taok Mu*,
e -oot | Cmerwa C0., 4 (kft's
ol s ma pi to aisBmd -pBhenlosss wet bqwt btle, iMOW;
sdfrac16pu.11u1,q1Gary111t6ta iu In to IlfeW
madetoapakumadMMaUd. uptoy. C.p Wy
tw to temeek ad. it ft L5, Qm S o H 1 1t1
utStkfischmnqwt awhtburt l C


up the Twnm a Com*
tam whih was flZt
t thke Famn ripa
athe ih' ery that"
rvt. On the fce are
w Kay seb@e, and be-
Ph- by Bm Mixas)

FFA Team

To Compete

For Nationals
Untk a.d dairy J*4
W- fr ate l


alms of Ant.ria
rte compare hol March
for the right to repe Flo
Ida aional esis.
ite rDff tm maints
reheatbtheIrvey af
Sb ili bl Wa
Suiwr ble Jue FFA
eby and limvock joig




Tum Bachbols Ju dakr Hf


School FFA tor fihd fifh
to d"rly jAodh d at S Slate
Fair id wlil be te ruia
- t ugalut Ten ome
bln e DneM T tiOr, Jee
lA ad Joe Meoy.
thiir adimbr s lIa K.


Aestrdig to aeicial rtube
atned tbyA. R. COm ex.
e t fdy hr the Sb
thr tkmla titobdby
eto F l fK wCpthr ter
lIViw id "


York Teds

Milk Issues

Other Side


Federal


Speaker




'Crutch'


smiWm o ak Faam
M w- pOas two
bob dwri a t dr aeMr
ty nm thoe
- .
tam fami SaC bat as
tam, te Fhm mnM ters
we herbe fr s-am aemt
eS umi Sh "HB WaterMl
- N .


Swim Were p dever
by!. H. Fblwms, state
Fam iBnl -pras l fm
Gr ms. T. LMcme Jr.
GalmilSe, is the ar men's a

Dr. T. York, Urdwy* o
Florida promt for atrkure
addresmed uhs meeting Friday.
HIe pied Farm Buara for
ts sM m ad active voice
to apgcuiral affairs.
Iaie public's hu e(l- fria
mlbne sihd be of Oa co-
cem to Use American hrmer,
York sad, eqdluy b the
lsht oI aSK pldd om
a the Canrt hbaii m amlka

POm.I ot that Florda
ml priceV are about m catiN
a part boe wn amtS av
erage. York mr he I ..pris.-
ed the eeWS lt pMa-
i er, s s pboS
rehighetola lnuMs toala


other p-rts e ts m ry.
1* the sd ides thei)c-
tiure, Yak mihltd l u
pricO ten locreast n1% per
cent naiUl*, they ame w
y a per eat bto ra over
the bSt a rs wen the
aage a*p Frida
inidtb have nb ead 17


per cenL
Jack C. Lyma, lgiste dir-
eat for at Amlricms Farm
Bures Fledration, to a bon.
quet mndme that Fierid
farm s ar among a he w lft rM I
b Itoitom's maom wide


Farm Bureau Prexys
Talking the italtion over at a meteig of omaty Farm Bureau preideats
here are, froa left, James Weasw, preMat of the Alachua County Farm
Btenv; H. FPayson. Gresale, Stat FB preiebst; and Ray Crawford,
Umise Ceaty FB preidest. (Smu photo by lmmy Lewis)


diet to thrw away the crutc- farmers."
a Ut federal pmemm t pveP I ie Pidit colSe.e all


em durtg she dIreIon of
t thirty .
He sa current d"elopments
indicate apikaen "ea do
very wel witS | Mpsmmt
hp and Saite Sae farm-

He cd U.S. Department
Ahgrict Ae Smb to w
St FlorW farm market-
ed ervop ad Uveak r
as ME= inUmilhmo 4 M
SlS


"Faraena tow a n
aid, ithed as he US.
agriellral bati i asI
grown a large ds t e to
a great reluance to rinse
my poika. ;
7i Farm BureaM kcilts-
the chief aid Pieht John.
son's farm asae no Cow
IreF b a "iappOleltm 10


l the d to ed penment
-pply maaemw t poposals
that alrey have beea ject.
ed by farms, masevhes, asd
by the Coamrn ad pt them
to his bnaie," 4Ly declar-


He said Mr. Jihum's reom-
mendm l for et dfryhig
defeated Brnu phan of 19 I
and the wheat certificate plan
so wrwbhelmly tWrme down
by farmers in May o 1f11

coat*a g to prescribe the
ne old remeis thit have
amae it d ciffit for agricul-
Smnt al mnah," abe
"Florida faram have an
oppruay to ad in t e ex-
p io of fars .r clntrov.
ed muarkWed prgin pro.
grao "L" lyn !id," incee
your imtock, fbut and va
tabl i nes a n ithety
fre 0of gVwImda uetoL


Starke Recreation Building


Approval Carries $2,600 If


SAME The Starks aoy
C-ad h I M It OW b.
auiit m is bi c." .
Tb ediOan to st a dM.


h- r kM *s aw- ,-
Im Sk IN m fi h di.
n O t waIm inow
tI to m S aft" *-b
te I *i *"ad


t t tA F*r. to


iad
Tas p "aem HOW

ai hs A mae, t

at M. Marlal4,w


The .or om have hubmd
"peah ern e Holbepal Avg-
ilkhy, l6 qa o Cow

thair duiefly1 to MWL
ra- Roy Jore Aas md
U i bi nlaE-



.,* mierd a- m.o
tor imaad wilith


Sient A but ale week the
wry Med that owseq$pi
mat be moved tos permit a te-
avatid" of ne oufnag pro.

Tlt pud a pnblom t the
A eaele Depurtme r no
hiligto ailsabl for lbus
hr slup or Kadia.

ig dVI lA meio t iM fe tol
lS ibm a adSUL


*


Starke Holds

Canvass For

Heart Fund
STARKE A bouse-to-.house
eavau is being held today for
the 164 Heart Fund Drive, ac-
cording to M r s. Pat Cauffman,
chairman ofw the i
Mrs. Cauffuman said Mrs. Bea
Farber s serving as county
fund chairman and is being as-
listed by the following:
Victor Frees, special gifts;
Mr Etta Fay Gill, cannister
chairman, with assistance by
Mrs. Joseph Warren; S. L.
Peek, treasurer; Miss Shirley
Green, Brooker chairman: Mrs.
Lillian Pearson, Lawtey chair-
man; Mrs. ILeroy Thomas, Re-

Contribtio ma y be left
with Peek or Mrs. Farber.

'Burns-for-Gov.'

Committee Sets


Campaign Plans
UEYSiY E HEIGHTS -
MISSt af arem meeting with-
Ito two weeks were fumed dur.
ill a special meetih of the
Bes For Governor Committee
held Thumday at sthe home of
Carl J. Dardn.
Daren Is general chairman
of the committee, and aries
J. McGIm b to nu r. Oth-
r f tee chairnmen are: D.
A lakeB adWetig and
pblty; William Beam,
i-M ad tumportaa;
Irtik W. Ja, elecimn day;
Map ete lame, aiS; 8.3E.
McKy, fie staff; McGlave,
ih a.


FEC Head


Slaps Back
JACKIONVIE (AP)- Flor-
ib IM mlt always chier.
m Herd Ban says Sen.
Waye M e, DOre., is part of
Sltly a ce" t to-

al a the satmet nt Fri.
d Ntom e to Mm's critw
-M osta bs ers sue r
= 44 b Shd% mIreaded
idias ubaellto fs



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Want To Sound Off


Apid Vas Bsw


DMAR ABBY: I lts to oad iS is ple
Yoe ftyb!his tzyb a atYouke up
*I. Don'theIy rlaeS y w fr a ip'W,
de your tie is t the? I wrt hi ai* Mde a nd
oneisconatd*y brging h toH se ur.ntb, Its rode
to ted tei o le but All the whYe oua Mw ri
wins yor be is il goig6 oe up Whine you e wk yea
whom- y're. a


poVE W Am n aqoIN
DEAR PggvIB: Ms her bs' tdes a* te weeadki am Ie sl g M sM I
st aeeMury to he "ie" l- ab a smubp that
ainse Ms 9a me w ot M i S he.
w m.. mm adMm-u .a, db. o I sl.


SUNDAY MUME
Ml ii S
7:U I Uvw WU
i:ds 0 nDl ale
1s.8a utGduge

Rbmad
mm is-. .p.
r S Ye Are ue
: met-'ie- aeK
O Geeel Seqs
*a TotUrWe W
lt:s we service
SLap Ub MY
Tis 6s e AM
I:* O)'ris is the u
*Pretens of Fa
IA:N large USA.
O*Chtk Service
Dow B dJursey

Re"
giremas am
12: 0 Oral Raberts
*Mrs. Wiggs of th
bage Patch."
a Mvie
"Jungle Girl."
1:m B Carim pei s
1:3a Freten of f
2:0OStar And he1
ShaWe kidc
N0 ft' *.lil
Sloan
0 WUd Klimm-
Mart Pakil
2: a SportSI petae
Water Skiing-Dog
a plem"
From Dartmouth
Festival.
1:11 Suhday-FrakI


DBAR ABBY: A MIlfrietss ti MW
sma = is s loe Ift thwagd in "gpW*
fe is l" i i .It*lm ,*1 Im w l
M1. Asd e -W rehe ineaadM to gD o0t e her ftf .
Sb isotes heaM b her rtet practiafly eawy tL
IS themth we cm d to l he? It's bas way
forf e %gotothamuacintcbher. R. SL C.
Mgk'L AMfrC: is Amui to 6 e n t
do$ I t 9 et0mb ilee o fta"h mIsl tot 9W1
at s4i10 kr a it apaWhom U S WANS O
emler, do A,
* *
CONFIDENAL TO "REIAT: Yes 't step p-
bea tSinh kl ad m sorAt ssnt


umliu Gwy S NuG mi S
----------- i nto ta a! a -t r M I9 g r e
Ca* -h 111- 01 Ja* TW TO DN
.isa thfs, YSSOin BiT
had.". :a 91 101ists 114m
L -30 G90a DhkWea ct
r 5: a "s :0 e:BK0hr aiera
JprubsWrJack *hqwtm
SJoms ad cic n SPspleskAsuy
MwMr, who mrs.mbigb uS hisei se
I cma mdfal g b1u4tUS 8 a,1 tIpi d oii l
I stam. Mort m q.Slk Od byhMnb

No J: uMgIe rtarw) -Ii of the II *S a NM
S "Sa -bara" Ijup. Be- ota. in." l's al MS S W lWr Wad
Sal Sort. IWftaindJeriLmyto SlIasy0
S *LO U ,i -I I l getting l N riW-d, af"
L-e saW o wi his r m'i at-er l:0 S b dis
aTo" POs's ,Hosa: Du Hedcker. BCB: "*a2Sft Hbb
a raa. S idam"
(Specil) "TIae Cs ofW: XI: ,: Cami i ~.en T ill Mnm
Pau i int .istiae w S lh 1 2 8 Fledr ai
11:ig lyzed by laned Bern. Ma lefi K U10A
I stein. 1Aa 0 What's My uLim? :1 e
SOni An rrieUt 0 :* U News a NoS
arb e GECo Bwl O Nm .25 ISNewsr
: Twoe"w llSry I 'UMwa.Iwo& .Wi
Pyt mFeMe meetd T : Pram Me sse u' rTSi nr
I &stWS News, Wae"r "Sols at Sa." '-e hinp i t N Terns
Ie Sports is afire and her captain is
0t glMisterEd 'dead. Ex-dave trade*1:s5 SaNegsI
7:u Sl Dia M Nuggin Taor assumes 1:0 Ns
Patty `Ike responsibility for the pas- *
(Color) The Scarecrow en lives. Gary Coop- La Ne
of Romney M C er. George at, F 1:5 M
Sclusion. General Pugh's Dee. Henry Wlcoon 1:15 e H -I vlw
I troop that Dr. Syn's S Oeaki Thl u I=Y g ge
o"I attempt to smagge mLi:B aO 1rm ISebl.see
Amecan spy d a Brit- S MaU As w am
ish Navy deserter out of *Make Me OWer." (E. Arb
EnIand. Ih: 1)) A iteie v t:0Ml Its MaADeAl
e Cab- Lae a isfounid by an ad"p1e p1101
7:v oWIy'sWe i dealer in the atUcda 2E S aSmN.
my Favroearte M hoew belonging I an i- S;**5o*
8:0 6 U Ys UISey articulate man. Peter Ben Pirty
l7e Batles are goe, but Phich, Adriente CorL 3:0 S S U*m T"a
ain the melody lionr on Rosa &tOlNr". lTeTosTrpnsee
Say they head tonight's show MU aAY UINIB a 35 MeNaw
Al in a routies taped before ',fl'AFAteW N S-J A S amysay
their return to England. I Wwaa g *0 aeoO
Other guests are Gordon 0 fi r4:s* M Gam
and Sheila MacRae: sing- a: C aIU O S la nim
INar er-pianuit Cab CalloWay: MrS"Wt A" Flos P*i
Trials EnglshcodcsuMocm*i :a WuM in. s4:5MNis
be and Wise: and ced- 9 PatWr's 10iy 4:N 3 1 t a .d Als
I ians Dave Barry, Mort t otWthe Alamu STeIlk Br
Winter Gunty and Gloria eear- < J UShi W (WaiW) MNaMoe
de. The Macas praedy : 1 I, Nelthr (boe) T arfn aM the Ama.
Bk j| a Red SkelMlrDclle Bal i: hm As l am 200e ." J. Weiamuler.


- THE OBSERVER By wBaker --


Fat Vs.


SUk Es m than a skimy one. Rart from a die of British rmits. Seen uates aS un a new -Wr
WVAS WNG TON-,Theds Lndon mawl a" that Sir tary SttBe khidIt fits hib. nt e m mis
w are -t aly Ali e W le eDqBme the am bt hsat oadt aw easimh t wi wly-i
i I in gi' "& ,^^ W i ibM MM
about ou P, th i Vg, him ow k "w k i" k hat am W N ed tili, a Nl g,
A r wi their f'lat St"tes wa totIt. Ckp iCo- le m liaS arder to dim tieers a,
S- oaistinny, hwit qiB ,t"quqa*teidufmpiu a s ll be- ltis, p I
restist thr d Bpbmu an mellow. ASta -tdia 'wat mw yl itoradr.
e mined t ae their "'liy" cmmd mmist Co M & be cui weLt I Mre r*e p abd
trade wit eyre try A few days latr Sir Alec Itwas bad dmy for tMn dli sp for the Co
iJM to dirniu Aeric *bject- cam re a argued d tfat thewben Sir Alec deai rgue ae No, Sirt Alec. 1it
ions with b e arpmgfet tlha a CUnbuntih eho6ld e faSted thecise in these te lltof rlnottolaa MmI
fat Commit im&s let daw ita ioatmaWlir fr t id f t pl the t
--,- -- -- fat rpuovt the ier i1d wnt tding ab Sir
bi. Bs very lila m rit Aec's uina, biser, i,
A itr hitor isaril s ntheswiladerw eqa iy
wso J*bowes h w t t flwa S*7opet Im a
ACMoS 2WW g psripav*W nwhwp atm *5ly vh yeiebgawemtiturs
.aci k oa --eP e. U d Ow, *Are i be I* W* iR ad or W
L.w LAM 32.A a's'.. inaS'1
I q sk 3.A, deo dart iM fi spi m -l i ir rAlbe pumpdt a l
sw a ai i d tel
L4.miwnd e- upr t Mw hap ar lad
-s~nesld& wea s FyS tI wi l ha bebalW, uW lay es u tthe
l&Sf03.1.^ r li ll!it* In' 1 b lellll h beho
17.lgah 1 4(If*mm t.e Mto. talwe Id tes a i p lt

o-f t "N d, b laithl iet
I'L04A s4r Shah. S_ beltt uuus u fi mO cma
r&m bt txa l lm w MeL*", i l ai !M

L~g b" 0i tipIs sh NoS~ w


AR& vm Tw m-SMOKE -F o dOTINTO CA ST WE'LL
SAE SOO A*W T0I
wlwmm vmFcCM"Up.LNEXT


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DEAR ABBY


Lean Nations


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Yep, He's Dead
In the Ga Littk Thutea Tem Ltt le-I
dim," which m ea Friday, a whird kM from Ie.
pool is the first of 10 avritd gests to baomn a
vkita aetas iws host's l for fatalitls. Sta
B r I the TsleUs, Tern Gey plays a fame
phyriadma.

National Board TapeUF Prof
Univeray of Florida mech- l aite opert Iu
ink engineering profmejor d *m
Frank M. Fi nbe hb ing Re'. Advisory B,
ra h. lg a divieof hineri a
Umd to m ea uSaid industrial Research Ipore
committee dealing with therm- '-- the Natioal AcadeMy o
& alnd mfhln pofi in re-Sciense ad h Naade Re
distal bollogs. .1 Luncil in Wahink


( We Flhi~a gHte ^Mtt
*( In Iin. 1fligrftl
SfeeMleta*thedflfto
ddi

Tuftgh, PeNMIr
at a:S. M0 rd Tqpl
j a~e' SU IM^t er ^^
IlHin, anj am aesmr.
vfbeod,
Three lem st works
puba fta icorm. W"
pobs ut aing, W


OMMM.s RM So tra rN o
pali Mjo,'L ,lylb I
at, a wrof wh it i- uHPI
geladoe 1 ka fenlial styl*mI
cut tlmtw SteWrkig k



- of hISS tNo.
It 4, i M amor, .n
puoa ad Uflqr Amefki..
shworn L aIey o




tMode PW b aD~aod
aUfropi nary d U my b4e
a ladbr of Mr.'pi. VF.ol- I
tarngbHirsrrtlmrintihe Cf
mit w coactlde with Be ths
ove' bln pSrio workb the
"Ieimusy. ra No 1
1. tC major, 9, No. 1.
This new rrd~ chamber
Thie u.p ii ardia,
It wids GaMvfi ad the
Utsiveraty o I mda y be
prea Tieday'. coacort is
free amen is *w eco m.


ae AmetaS D AB sn



of w~at aby W& y ond mm
a SM.. magna, has aied
the epyrtnlty' t pat to
- GabmvIIh~leothebiwaul.i
Smmity, ha a special at
Itrao b admbio to ito rg-
l nlkr asumO oliti, the great
I Asba aIM etre.Difer-
atnd by Linla Olase and Oliver
f Slmh, the oaIaq lM. l
E-MdiW fufl nina will ap


CHORDS..



And Discords
BY VIED ECUABN


By VER= MCWADS
Friday, February 14, 1 L fif-
th trade students front the
auty schools met in the
Gaineville High School audi-
trbmL They were members
of *M school orume and ga-
thered for a vocal clinic under
the skillful direction of David
Wilmo of tb University of
Florida.
h no as m ed from the
Star Spangled Buar and Bat.
tle Hymn of the Repufbllc
through th Erie Canal and
This Is My Country, with at
sprinkling of -no action songsp
and folk tunes.
Inspiring was th eagerness
with which they sang. They
bad been taught to alt forward
on the ede of their chairs -
probably to let their breath
muscle work better but most
of them lookd a tIey were
ready to take off and fly, they
were a eager o get to the
singing.
Wlmot Wilel his efforts
aostly to tempo change and
vo im al tont ad ptg
ome rmarkab results.
There was a goup of auto-
harp players, afd trn with
gboator bek and small
which were used as
pose sse ts instra ns.
TI *akugW i was edce
let. A beat of achol tmusi
teachers -g there i,1ng
ith Mr. CGen ade of Kirt
,S ckhae of the event.
e ecellnt piano accompany
1st was Mrs. Sue Moore
fH schools repesened wer
Kewood, J. J. rtiley, Sid
my La er, rby4ith L
Fonet, Metalf, Stephm Fo
tr, Almha, High prh
ftou, WaMo, Minemp
and hAchr.


a tA tMngl OeFact Tua
day eve*B to a fl a&d
tortIa Iof Itr. Rkohai a
win e1iteti a 1 h11i -

I** w e' a CO

M o.gWpate ac


poalstion by Virg l Thomplon,
go esteaker for the Fine Artsl
Festival, and ponaded the
composer to conduct his ownM
number. It was one of the hih
spots of the evening. The now
ber, "A Solemn Music," was
full of beautiful melodies which
ThmpoianM I exactly bow to

There were also two ass-
tant ea o, Cowrad
chka aend William Prieott, and
both did vwel. Bmhka also
played with mpresive skill
thI tkapet lSo la "Nolrne
for Trumpet and Bnud" by
Whitney, and played the lead
in an interpolated amber,
"Carfval of Vkice," with
three oh tmpete, Rdall
Dampier, James Carmicdel
and Malcolm Kmp. Among
other high spote was a M-
bar by the fliute sect'son and a
vigor Ny descriptive amobr
'Itsa," by Gills.

pmay Goldbearg, tvM fIr
a Lycn Coucil program
lived up to his.reputatio ad
gav a delightful prr ,
hibiting recent teef-lqe
thorough Sainh Mig V i
numbers ad a tI eso beaut
I ful it wa start.
A his prolrem was -dalp
*ed w thil s gpabne a
c toe bidt he also ealed i
SreacdIag the rich at i hi
numbers. To DeuMy Seaats
L fully of passage d the Cor
I- pous's unlettered imaginaiol
___B~MINNA


SUa-M@MdTU.a
Ihews-?ulI ..d 9:15
IN THE COQI
OF THI DAY


LIGHT IN THE
PIAZZA
"Iraitw


QE


"W SKYAovr
2l*4Mb9


beIae pli de ad aluogeter
deligtfu.


Of the fr bld making
W1dmod.ays v 1tn the
with the wlet wular
appeal is "Biy te IN" -
lc by Aoa CopdU choreo-
0rn14 by DMe lask asNd
iArtrin Jods we il 1 tite
roe.
acmreopafl fer two of the
baetwMO by einOd George
Balbanbte: "Grad Pua" -
Gao, mi frem Act
mH d "Raoada," and

IM.. mrf r.
T. 0. & Jun NaB% bSfder S b
eM~a hAiratUad Oib 6be *
o WLn t" M ,M mbm
am ce tafbloa"e& t O WNl
1 60 cWPM. ama-s mmI i


Padt PSM &
aul falm "UI t

DaI his 1 y ft L "n
pit riseo


JT' *ab. o&e w mE
Iae e ut umstwes
Uek Ac aLtta" ibtm0Abm sSo
heb tat MS lftay f nt 7
DOW26 It 31ISN,'


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IB that day the a rad wi the Satic.
ly a short distance beyond Fl.FI
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et fra New York to thisa .ley) Msiamtio, nM hm-
al output. Iran there the W ra. oan, remlit from the p
vlr t adby iteeaih or a dctio of a play in a New il-
in beck adl the way m ld town; "Afler Appma.
r ued, dauger ad a tox"(Baro) -15 torics tedct-
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Greeley's letters descrhb 1MS to 15M; "Miutre of the
bis trip ad what he saw alg Forge" (Taylor) Milred
the way have been colect. owl o the pouRevliUDUrU
ad and Sedt for mode period; "OCM of Lug (ack-
readers by rules T. Dunae wood) a youag woman's ead.
uder the ilee "An Overland cation in moral rsp y;
Journey." An rInoductio by "Herods Cilen" (Ahir)
Mr. Dican tls mkn about -ory of Jewih children in
Horses Greeey and his career Viena under the Nais.
u editor of the Thim ad "oeriorl Ei" (SmlabWrt )-
the ib hu D od e apln. story of a cOtood ib Sp
tion and occasoal caorrea durie the Spau CMv War;
of di where Greeley was"No Nargin Fr rWr" (Dela)
mflIed or drew wrng Bits o account of a m*-
moon is m set bhe wor med label y hbow
It mi a exelenut job of ga&d O| to pit d*i; "rea
Iq and the Mbhu book is a UBkwd UOd" (Ptk)-kilky
fueeatW O pt-. of rean .to o mweda a Wlt w
Jomurnalmsts d a diffesrat & DoU l "Reibes, Rbes" (De
wr i thoms days; on woudVrs) satreaoPeolw dW
newr amitae Graeeey's dbo. cdty; NDrag in hPitra
plh for npris ftrm tha (M aily) mwl d bof d
madam Aamhciatnd Pmg al-taWie in pone day Tbi
toe It i hard to late lt.
ust where the difereace .e. "Iae Weiear of Smi" and
Greeley's pe s cl dear and m- "tS Earth" (Haurels) 2
adorned, oturly buat poa- early btorihw, atbo sciece kr
pous ad vey ay to reed. tio; "Way StatiE" (Slmk)-
It Is pty, epr nmac and sadence fiction tale of a behper
citm M? dil it knu of a Way Stat; "Coit Eas
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or was forthlmuraWtnfor try eolvingm amia a Jel
th man of letters. robbery; "t e Shan a Bad"
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rout. If we do ot Ip by jAet, A a "The e-
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perem and well orgaled son's lt years; "EverythaN
ormo commit It Sal Butl the (Ca) tie
Lake City. recent fli it 3 Bl acr
In tat day therailroadran the A&.t
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Chidea ad ook ia week to "A Winter's Tale" (Bent
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a outpoIt From thee the tra. orou, resulting from the pro.
vdoer went by dtaowh or an duction of a play in a Nw EhC
mole bck ad the way was land town; "Alter Apo
rugged, dangerous and un& m tot" (Bare) -15 stories reflect-
forteble. the South's new awre
Greeley's letters desmcrib1g 1 to 1IU; "MWitOs the
his trip and what be saw alonSeq Forge" (Taylor) MhiSrel
the way have been coect- novel of the post-Reeolutiiey
ed and di ed fore m id;o prid; "Chid 1 UgWt" (La
readers by Clares T. Duncan wood) a young woman's edw.
under the title "An Overland cai. in moral repoI bty;
Journey." An tr e -by "Herod's 0CI (Aidd.-)
Mr. Duncan tehl luch about -story of Jewish children in
Horace rIty ad his career Vima under the Nas.
as editor d the Tribus and "Idterr Exile" (Solabrt )-
the book has noted o pl a story d a childIod in Spain
tion and oceuimal mcoco during the Sple Civil War;
of details where Greeley was "No Margin For Erw" (Duke)
misinomed or drew wrong &fU01ttusacntd m
cochaom ontm what he saw. or medical discovery ow
it is an ecellent job f Wdit. cs-to p0bPIk debate; "
ing ad the inshed book is a Backward Road" (Parik)-or
fascinating pieat-f reading. fay o flf em m e tate na .ff
Journalinm had a Modret fl a. Dubu "Rebe, Reubes" (Da
vor in those days; one would Vries) amtre O Pst dayf
never mistake Greeley's ds society; "Dragon in Parade"
patches for reports from the (MeNay) ve of I and
modeAsocatPrm i Pss l ntri in rund day Thai-
tho hi tis hard to locate land.
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adorned, adIholartly hbutet pon. early stories, bot sieBce a-
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it Is phy, epipamumte and sece ction tale of a aper
c=iqm laying I h oinn r. a Way Stati; "Cod Slp
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or was for the minorist, not for tery revolving around a jewel
the n of letters, robbery; 'T Shrunkeni Head"
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Carstl. firepltce, denra kit-

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acreae If CMb.
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Mode In hdesimn. 23 bardm s, 2
beft" lare doe1 lo1t. Law utili1
Ie far to bet In heat an air-
aftve*.. CiOm is Univensity.
GLADYS SMITH,
Realtor
MuWtNle* LIstilet
Flofr W Mwm 11 Griffin
DaM Sn i*" Crcli Nwo
In W. Litvenh Phu "7203

FRED

ARNOLD

REALTOR


Price Reduced
T7 FM wreal On hi- two.

Mt o I H eMs" rOf l
st nery, U s l t ha.
wDh lvs. Met tten hiod
MNd FeA. I gw bA 0M
ownsf tam ansdwce.

$16,500
To uWainFs Pn aM. UM
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I be"st h t heat. -
Atfelt. It IMB g Sacs.
Aristocrat
The NaN IN wuy cmtruc-
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Iradle ll Iig. Botlully lit.
uted a w Nllscaele M I h
GOll VI.
Lake Santa Fe
A scmes I tN furniehed hme
wIO firwelame MM I. x I .
weoed let si opi s to the
lake. KNitm cewewly e-
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A COUNTY lSTATI
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ism Slipped Pos 1on
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FORDYCE
A COUNTY ESTATE


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OUR ECONOMY HOME
"Ni N.W. IW C"aM. Niti ts
an extor. NIffy fisgw S. 3
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twas.
ItVESTMEN f
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sa.db. OeYr S tous fMe
cwurt hI ULtA. I tW w
12 rMMIeh U $1il 0tM pav
mat. Cal wlie.. L Jackfl.

NEW CONSTRUCTION
tt hiS loted ik Ift.
WIeN wf holr frSm adK.
cupmcy. IS im pow .
S1ml3 $ocnlft Ibla ta m ad
IsraCve. Aiens arge2 r
Pvt. Cll a"yt" L" Ja.c
et AAscime.
ERNEST TEW REALTY




PRESENTS
WESTWOOD AREA, Cetrally
h td md air K Mdites ,
m .et nw dreti... I bRth
hae re ic of ver"r Are nlmmedlale w

2' eth masnery homwe e nice*
qu"letd, aide rSIM, Two alr
conditsioning units. Very modrn
LINLEWOOG AREA. Moden
3 bedroom, I ba maIonry
home In tip top condwt.o,
Priced under ILM. Owwer hs
alrody moved oul, you ca
move in tomewrrw.
22NO STREET ARA Loverly
4 k n hmsom for Nia large
tfnily. Swious living rooe,
dining room, kithe with ill
ti* bill-Im. Central heating
and air cditio.
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS. Altrac.
live 2 bedroom, 2 bath brick
vwieer hame O large corie,
lot In choii Highland Hveght
locian.
NEW WESTSIDE residential
subdivislon post apealon. Acre
lots, pO'd strets, u&lAsi
city limits. May -"tell you
more abtet Ith, restricted MweU.
RANCHETTE hfenistes, too.
AwroIutately il acres eaKh.
Located on Newberry Read.
Just UOD c own, yeart0n M bet
eam.


M.M.

PARRISH
ASSOCIATES
INC.
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
H. Wayne Hiti Hele S Gfaham
Carolyn Gardestire Mary Parrish
10 N.E. First St. Tel. 3725371
3 AND 4 Bedroom amwn On
Acre lots. Go out NW lat AvR-
wue to 43rd St. tntprswWon,
turn ro it, o ar0 a kmnattly I
mile, se sI t on INt.
V__ FR HA
T. D. zerouERS, BUILDE

YOUNG
AMERICA

HOMES
PRESENTS
NEW BRICK
MODELS
OPEN 10 a.m. ril Dark

Screend ert..s
Custo, kitch n cabrh
Oversized bethroinas
Plus many othw cusatom
tutures
VA & FHA

TERMS
Wain isallnttce io eto ~ ay
& JrE HIgI ktooi. .Sho ng &
Ctwr ...
YOUNG
AMERICA

HOMES
NW 34th & 7th Avenute
Phone 372-7070

McKinney


Green

De0ton
REALTORS
A Family Delight!
Al eimballlsy es hoew ar

top layout s ler y ling .
SR. 2 Bath Fi.* on. .m cent.
huet s mWAy ather .etro Se.
tures* Lltt- l d sfOme ar a
Call Ft 117,
$98.00 A Month
wiN hIterests w te xasMdsW
WI NWry fO Seu 3 |.BR. 2
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BYRD
ASSOCIATES

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CHOICE ACRE LOTS. 11se~s
Ma. wal weede. mer law
fbive. PIM ft Iby -n far

J. PIERCE
SMITH,
REALTOR

Make am Ark &AN
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MERRILL
,OLLY FOOWT-Leu 3 h
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are. OWNER MUST SELL
1WT71N 4AYSI


&M street. OLYt

JohnMerrill
Raltor
PHONE m-um
W. IUCKHAwmnAN

FORDYCE
TRADITIONAL
e--. awl m, wei

A PALATE
aW, yat *le mf -I sm* hm iln
Nbe amn, lhitu ad Flil.
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HAPPINESS
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ROBERTS C. INTH REALTOR
U.L HI. 4l Miamp, iE
al. 4m 144110S
* ACR.ES 0 kM Md. aa
ROBERT C. SMITH, REALTOR
U.S. IVM. 4M Mb ae
"SELLING FLORIDA SINCE eWal

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HOMES
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B others


0OMN r rnil. so at 119 NW
11h mNll 11 A.M. or fter
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53 Ofte-aDuk4 cb

FORDYCE
M N d Gi c, air canditioiL-
cetral hats ffike stw. il
per moteh. Call 37-n
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES,
INC.
I W. ULwlvrY ALee
54 SoiMan Rosal
WARENOUS Mw ar Wr. L.
COiW 0 a S Amin St. Call
iH MERRILL. RHitor. FR


OWN YOUR
COOtRATIVi
APARTMENT
for laInrmete
Univerity Pork
Aph.
n. 11025




Macoma Hamel


F t al, ry attractive
idras. I-batik home. 417
K. UeVnrity Ave.: walking
staee to Like r Pare
Heels. Pri e S12.S. Bm
MMand M 50 pr mnath.
an Gcerald V Q MeCoy
Dr. ay FR 6-.M7 nights FR
Olfi. Wle, corner X MaW
Blvd.


1964


PARADE of



HOME


VALUES


builders


Profesionl HOMES for Professional PEOPLE


PALM VIEW ESTATES
3 & 4 Bedrooms from $16,000 to $20,900
from $600 Down

WESTMORLAND ESTATES
3 & 4 Bedrooms from $21,500
Split Level & 2 Stories from $1,400 Down

FERNWOOD MANOR
3 Bedrooms & 2 Baths
from $400 Down FHA


S As* sh-ut- s w- M l ft Y- Da Fal melt Ple
(Ism e for -w fUtr, saOd spssi )

VA-No Down Payment


*0

Sbte Money Ilw Acle Duty, InSerce FA Miltary Leons I


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STORES.401mI & 01%,
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A *P Ie FR .0. so oil
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3 COMPLETE
ROOMS


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3622
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IN
Storage Warehouse
4
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W"u ad "M
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BALANE out OIY
$267
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for sold's taWte
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Furniture
Warehous

3622
Beach Blvd.
W as Se gls ineFL 9-M
OPEN DAILY "I: rimy 104
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61 BUICK
4-dr. hardtop, loaded with accesones in-
ludin power steering, power bes, power l
windows, automatic transmisson, air con- .
ditioning, radio, heater. An attractive blue
finish. You better hurry on this one.
61 PLYMOUTH
4-dr. Station Wagon, V.8 engine, pow
ltqping, power bIkes, automatic trn- s-
mimon, plu air conditioning and radio,
hear. Oler isfinied in light geen.
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60 FORD


4-dr. Station Wagon, V.8 engine, with heat.
or. This or has a pretty blue fAnish. Come
on down end save hundreds on this one.


995


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1947 PLYMOUTH

4.dr, di9.66



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Get this attcti and good car for only..

60 RAMBLER
4-dr.. V48 wnrql. por seeing. hl ter,
utmatic !tmomissim. This go uor is
findhed In mld white You can't bet this 89 5
price anyw .h-! ....................
60 CHEVROLET


4-d., upped iwhh powerglide trnmlo-
sion, ar cand moning heater. FinidWd in
.m.estV dMitdahte iih, ............


$995


SATISFACTION GUARANTEED


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tff CaklikK Pill, AR&H ........I $




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S'TAU PS. L ABOVH,EATLA/C.C.............. C So
SLAAK, 2-dr HT AT. radio.hooter. elloke new fn....... $
S 4, .-dr shn radio. heot ............. .........
YMOV InoH, 2- hardtor PS, BAT, R&H, V-8, A/C ... $40N
SM l4-dr HTW,, PS, P6ATio, hA/Cter cl .... $149
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-'64 TA: ON ALL ABOVE LISED CARS I I
IMPORTED CARS
a3 $AAB,2-Ar 4-ap* dio,heoter, like new ............ $1
41 O IL, 2 g .rodio ,heater ,real clean *
59 L FORD, wog otr.nice car ....................
57 VW, 2-dr, sho irodio, heater ..................... $
YOU D)0K'T UR OUR PRICES... MA@ Us An Offer


56 CHRYSLU, 2-dr.tutomrnatic, radio, heater .............. $450
D, w gon, raio heater G....................... M
57 DODG, dr, oumotic, radio, heater ................ $225
57 OLM,4 rw~ague PS, PB, radio, heater .............. $395
S9 WII.YS, 4-dr, rs good .......................... $195
5 MCURY4.dr.ovrdrive, radio, hter cn ........ 2


AtfRANICS SPECIAL
47CAMpAC,2$dr hropcn. $25
SEE:
P.t con, Wil bur Sl Fra k Gray, "Ma"' MeCelough
Ha es-Powers Motor Co.
3 12 N.! !i'S" Teleip. FA i 4*4


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of Quality, Value


& Fair Treatment


.uy srJt@, Usd Car Manager
Eit MOW Nh A 1ASitANMOIN DIAL ON A VALUE RATED USED CAR

WEl OVERSTOCKED! !
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$1295
57 FLEUTWOOD
FKtar dr.
$85"
56 cQUon EVILIE
$445


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Wpim. Wm I 4
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Im 30 I$L0 U WAC

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$3795






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$295


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41 OLM SUMR Is
$2195

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$h5
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NEW CARS: 115 S.E. 2d St. ............
USED CARS: 2001 N.W. 13th St.....


58 IMPALA
mw.p .. &g VI roa.
$745
57 SEDAN
i cY41iW Std s ar hiff.
"$395

FORD
61 GALAXIES
a W. vs., fcto'y Ir,
$1595
61 GALAXIES
Nw Wad. VI ffctoy CW,
- r itwilng.
$1295
61 STA. WAGON
V, rWio. Mater, MA tom.
$1495
61 FALCON
adW. Auto tr*., radio, ht-
$1095

CHRYSLER
62 CROWN IMP.
"TOP SEDAN. FACTORY
AIR. CRUISE CONTROL.
$3195


58 IMPERIAL
SeambON hardtop udw
$895
59 PLYMOUTH
$695
LINCOLN


58 OLDS SUPER 88
Id. FMr ar.mlq & b'r.l
$6"95
57 OLDS U
$395
56 OLDS 3
mM. Jet ak. Vry uitar
$495
54 OLDS 88
M.s Aateu h.
$250

BUCK
( ELECTRA 225
Hi od Factory air. Fun
pow wtn wmi oit a rm
Wflrt. -O utiMft.
$3695
60 JNYICTA
Mhp am. aw gt La
VKry .A. L"s miMl.
$1395
59 LeSAIRE
am FdMway *at FPet
$1195
C-
63 MONZA
ow. --IS W N'seem
tl Aut w. m Ia W
$1995
60 PARKWOOD
MaiMs us. ( cyttar, nIe
& Coo. v -
$1295
40 BELAIR
w v. r fth mWir f.
tr 4 air A.
$1295
59 IMPALA
moi a. V pmer iso
V4. wtoa & s.
1095


FR 6.7515
FR 6.7515


AUTHORIZED
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DEALER


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iueto ourv lN tie hit as of new 1964
hevrolets w ere OVERSTOCKED with real sharp
trade-ns. We hve mto .mt 'm foe w y t't
will be coming in. For o itttime yon can buy
one of our uned cars md aW up to 30%. Don't
wait... tommow may Ib touWate!


63 COMET
WO000 mikes and -r Mi. St MI .mai-
msinon, rode & hl. IbesI
WAS $2095 $1747

60 FORD
fani Wagon, V-. muemtic radio
andhuer. A. *
WAS $1095 *$47


54 PONTIAC


W4-S. 5 nt
WAS $I


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58 CHEVROLET
4-dor.. Mi a seMnd e.
WAS $395 NW$


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tMir, 44.55 thahmar 6 c6 s a
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63 PONTIAC
*Ms hdp 44or, V-8, autmtic t.m-
I Ion Smo% hInste, power -trin pomwr bmk.
ir o ndtlo, on omr & lik M4n W ite flh
WAS $3595 NOW $3147


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wN Mk ad ems.
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62 CHEVROLET
,I HaMtop. 2-door., V-8 au tomtc tranmlsi,
hat, whie with d ior.
WAS$2395 NOW$1947

62 FORD
Galaxe 4-4oo& on w autOmtic tWrAninilton
"o. howm ~n".
WMAS$2295 NOW$1847

61 CHEVROLET
ayn 4-door. 6cyl autm ak tw nmIn,
hate, mw pait & interior. Used adwriff's a.
WAS$1395 NOW$1147

59 CHEVROLET
Klnmp wood t on. New 6 cylinor motr. SS tris.

WAS $1195 NOW $947

62 RAMBLER
ss1 ".i"n;,. rSH, IMe d n cM .
WAS$1795 NOW$1347


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'I LINCOLN
StiN in factory warrmifty.
5ssoo
63 Mercury
Mon.ry 4.dr hardtop
power taring and brakes.
Fctory air,. bucket ats.
Was $3495 Now only

62 Remne
Do*ine 4 door, rdo,
heater, Mat belts. Good
econmiald tranportation
at a very, very low price of
only
$9m

61 Chevolet
4-dr. Impala hardtp, V-8
engine, automatic trams
mission, power steering,
good tire, low. w.eage.
$1745

61 Chevrwt
V-8 engine, 41-4 mA.
radio, healer. be1a0f06 red
fnsh.
$1395


(mE
Lincoln Mercury
i'n layw % eis al Crer"
514 S. Mhin St.
PR 2-4f31


WEEK


SALE


ON THIS CARS

62 RAMUILR
Ae..SU4& Oalta "a
ramt hma. a f. I
wl
$1345
62 FORD
Lam omw rabrin US v-a
. pMew Sme. i r.a

61 METRO
be. aa &W
$595
61 RAMBLER
Min" a bee*s

59 RAMBLIR



59 CHIVROLET

$345
59 BUICK



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S PLYMI $32 M.
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|0 CHEVROLET
Gmwbe tiat wagon.
9-puiov r. 4 'ped
million, radio. heater,
whwall tires I -local
$2100
62 A/HEALEY
Sprite convertible, low
mUlage, local oww.
$1100
61 FORD
Country sedn sttat wag-
ron, automatic, V-8, pow-
or steering, brakes, radio,
heater, factory air condi-
$1500
61 PONTIAC
Catlina 2 dr, hardtop.
power steering and brakes,
radio, hear, aumatle
trosamission. Local owner,
low mil01, .


WEEKEND
SPECIAL
57 CADILLAC
4. dr. hardtao fully
q*ped including fac-
tory air conditioning,
'rma lly $895. priced
to sel this weekend for
only ...... $700

61 PLYMOUTH
2-dr. Savoy, radio, heater.
wkited tiram. I loal
owner, low mileage.

60 PONTIAC
Catalino ctvetible uo
mnatic transmiusi e, rad
hlen, power siteng TA
brakes. -local o r,
$1200
60 PONTIAC
Catdlina station wagon,
automatic trinantiuion. ri.
iowe brakah 1 -owner
car.
$1300
59 PONTIAC
Seer Chiof Vista. automatic
tranmi sspion, p wer m
in, brake radio, hter.
ow miles. 1-0 ner.
$1100

DAILY TIlL
SAT V. ,
Ifher to e VI W

57 FORD
4dr. sdan. Fairlgne 500,
ato o Ktic transmtision
-ood clean t-ansportation,
radio hewat.*'
$600

ft. mIN aw ase*AN
L 1. Hcal 1
etenRti a owl ars
I lmi a e
CmC.


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3 FALCON --'.
FORD bieupl 50, 2-dr. hedep, PSl, ewi. n
4rn/IE k, f 17/,000 mIe 5Mlind -ti ..te

T3CHEV.-I "'"'l o"',. ....
3AlFAROMEO-......


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4-.dr. Gste wSNO,
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2 ,HEY. O meu4 I 11 *, -,ice ...........
SUlC DV 4-r., utemetic, PS, PU,
2 MERCURY, tAt 4 w s ........
aU me4l-dV 4r-,., etm,, P, PSI,
2 IIIER ,A/C. A/ H, R 1,000 mile ......
S U ', o i. ga c PS,
a CH W.tV.A/C, ;f#. ik ...............
R2 SUNBEAM Rert.ne cl ....
i2 A/HEA.EY .0010 WK I ............
12 VAUANTI ., 'mher,. acl .........
2 TRIUM H TR-3. I MU e aw............
2 G 'mpl.o 4-d. odn,
2 (CnVW H. Awetc, PS ...............
R t01EV.o t.m. c, k Hl P S ................
II BUKI I ZH.'ntiM*tk,PSPI ...........
12 CORV4IR 4-dr., R K 4-speed ......
I2 CORVETTE hi.p 4.pd, R&H, 340 HP ..
it-V MAUAT Vy 2a. .We. I....., ...
,1 /~ "4 '~9 h IPi PS, *em-titc,
lI iOLDSsc R.. ,4wi. e ..............
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1 CADIL sC ., mflly equipped ....
51 CORVAIR oo ..w ...........


51 ME &rUKI a.lIRIt. ............
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1l MERCURY" '''"'......
61 FMU K A.. C, R/O..N. ...............
1 FORD 4-dr. G as. ..


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$1695
$1995
$2395

$2395
$3795
$1695
$1595
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$219S
$2295
$2295
$1795
$1995S
$1295
179S
2095
2295S
1895
1695


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$2195


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$295
$1195
1$205
S1695

$1195
$1795
$1495

$1145
$1095
$1599
$1395
$1995
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I195
$74S
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We havw 1 mM nweek to sell di em WHOLU-SALI SILL A THON
moth We ha OV ch *of a Fill.- 14 the GREATEST
MONTH in *e hiy of GAINISVILLE AUTO SALB. Johnny Hipp says
we ore going to malke it me if it mose wlling de next 15 cars at
COSTS I De't wit thoe cer YoI ad h tiedsY myb gone tomor-


63 FORD
,ale XL Nt sdr. be mi.
-sirlc V C*ger*eg
Mw. -rt0 9
lIts rwr ft a b~r. UMR
bie akt W ik.
NOW 52785

55 PONTIAC
stariwlef aMr meda. Very
win, su'usem tr0m~wo.
si. wer slungp, rdft
I Vr, am waMs m usW .
I NOW $595

63 CHEVY II
Il saWr st r Mwotl.
twis witt Pseeell*.
nrd,. healer .d a kbuAt.
Shiw men i Wh wMotl
NOW $2065

60 FORD
Usaxtle 4.r fto de. Thi
c Is emuipm wit KMtry
air, rWo, heftier, and ew
paiHt 1. TM WNitWe Is
Sormlanld twcar is wry
NOW $1245


59 CADILLAC
Fnetemed. 64wer. A e0n1.
AW Wr with .. Site -
bMlw .TlIsh. t me s cat bis i
Mulmed and i Is In hlm
NOW t1945

3 62 CHEWVS
Yior cho+e el (enrs. The e
ter are el u*f**4 wit
prnl.r tcw. -f b'ak*,
rft" a'-I he.n
Nnw'145

59 DOMI
N .O 46W Mea7, WV
e' The fiwA It wktW
w*1 V4 P. r t h* tI

NOW t275
--- a--
63 FORD
P.aMal "r 4W' Id.,
"3Pr ni, Cur*eA tl.
Pli imiOl IMDOW whi
low wd mwd w aidr in,
wall l. TMW cw 1 whte
NOW $2645


o CHEVROUT
"Air, A p.oWn 00b5
fONfHlfanmANe ,alla
amNhW". Tua a0M v.A

NOW .OW45

0 CHRVAIR
aW Grl liaer if~. ,Thk Is
a sael 1a witM lfno mw
.l td wift. wlt tire. o
"NEW. The aI lWesk nt k
&00l4 trsiis4 rfao
a-.
NOW 51745

56 CHRYSLIR
W ,W ,inn, au. This
m. frI rrv h.. as au
maic traimlbtm. W rito,
*- W er.~
. etw.. isW- win flit,

Sta ChMe, -ar be .

Tis cr 4w I a i h I
amwh. T tf thrm -wele
will, ac ,ftadw- kita
NOW $745


62 CH V
iM.Mi 4*w hrdt*a The
*.M lIs t IMt.u* w It
hI wetdl ln s.tt The
dim. tb-l4, iwnr tltfi5
ati I "r ler "t
NOW .1985

61 e VPml-r
imMil d-d hrd',1' Th.
C'r is eul^ on4 *, v-i
ne1, pwrgIlDe, mfV, A
iwator AiAm 4 A' --1
IeI I. ] w h vitw w wells.
NOW 51575

62 PONTIAC
CtlAn& M-dorir TV* rnl, I
white Mid Itpri"r i*
hrf lmdl Iti Is .eulnilo Wit,
faictry *air ton4tleielnO. at's,-
NOW .1850

60 FORD
tearht Wgon Equid with
"3r V4 nmaln. ttem h t
traifmlis'i, power string,
radio and heater The linlih
Is grew rid whitl eand it
hae white well tirm.
NOW $1098


59 Ford
lygryyj -- -MJJ
|md hear, TM flbh b i M I Il-s
,rid It mwiMl Ine .

Now $785
59 Plymouth
-urw y r he-bes a red aNd
iwy w it Ml well Ike. It is
-aglp wV4 -,i alwn
tkaumsb, -r samrt, gw
WaOO rids aw hesr.
Now $490
57 Chevrolet
ESAl 4*r hedtim. itw b
a Vi;tine aW va aie et
Ir MiNa. mioe a arer. Tba
=ir is Ha wes. f w t M
Now $345
57 Chrysler
m ada TWe. -a Is o I bWae
Ea v4 a s.afl Ir awt
t raM. r hebai r. r
I h n w ma alr.
iNow $485
50-w
i, 55 Ford


Now $135
57 Buick,
I dW d*r a wt w I I
w ,a o an eS g w a

Now $450
E59 Vouxhi

Now 3W
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GAMETYPE SCRIMMAGE


Gator Offense Sparkles


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Quick Win
MANIlA (AP) YOM T66
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FINAL

CLEARANCE
This is o gre t opprtuy to get value even below
wholesale prica. This merchandis must be cleared
u. to make room for new spring goods arriving daily.
Sis your lost chnce, so hurry.


MEN'S


SUITS


From Our gular Stock
Reg. 49.95 to 59.95

32.90
2 SUITS FOR 64.00
Rg. 65.00 ond 75.00

52.90
2 SUITS FOR 100.00


SPORT

COATS


volue t 35.00


$1990
2 FOR 38.00
sa le ploid.
H o wld colors.
Reg. to49.95


2 for 64.00

LEATHER
JACKETS
with ORLON PILE LINER

A Price


TOP-
COATS
All wool, docron-blend
rgbordines and poplin.
ISome with zip-out lin.
ers) 29.95-39.95


$1


Special
Selection
POPLIN
COATS


$990

with ZIP-OUT LINERS
Reg. 18.95

SLACKS
Secd group of fine
flnnrwes, wortsd and or-
Ion blends.
Rg. to 14.95


$890
2 pair 17.00

SHIRTS
Odd and End Asortmnt
SPORT and DR7SS
Ivy and Conventional
Styles Reg. to 5.00


$2


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represented at the clinic, as wed
a coaches from Florida, Flori-
da State, Georgia Tech, Geor.
gla, Miami, Auburn and Tamps
Univelity..


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Team Annownd,

101 11 Sa n r&a ac i r s e w a t)to"a
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w ame d hr lba s lie l 'lee,'
m b played e Cife s- f l DSctrth, wJim NBt k, left, Gineville grd mentor; and Rabbit Smith, center, of Palat.
amakll with a ws-h Pml Slor; Jm & hya, liten etly.a Nick Koty, coach of Coral Gables Class AA state champs,
forNhigh aodo1 bMcsI JadamIilM306 gh tILwel mAphIkn a piit. (Sun photos by iddIe Dauk)
*-*of m e* O W quartl- Abl e a

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tMaiml. He wilibe asbislodby Oi gt 0r MY

"ofe2 I o As Greer Hits 50 Points
.. bib Es Ed Yira, m* Li hew, t i io a
Y&os Jaokm Doug tW, st a iM I; uam*r n* AUUAeI IMsI and Mamoas s t lots chier ored W aPs
C ing; theaBirbmiW)FatPPa anamy isDe ;B B-7bi riW al l"gig h e *a1 r a 64for the Bullets and Green had


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