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Title: Gainesville Sun
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 24, 1964
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1964


NEWSSTAND PRICE 1oe
03 WXZ DAILMT AND rMAY
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maldile m.ndS.
dogNi. dd amd to ite
dihb at pNd brel ce.
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owe fris lerp CaML
COemem D. R. (Ir)
flaw hk hiL
MIbnaeas isbhosl
the eemmW i bid t
U afMu tb to ad61 sI
wP a"n at
smo B Pad h Ir h In.S
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selasy muses a a
realy bef tie in ba
tie fr the Prfas vit and
he wl b ub to h riermby
AIietr |rID JaBM9e.
lte Pt t wirE the
htd to set off the alt ew
atlh bit orf the aiu
lib dor barp cml aI.
bg am thesatebfrbtot.A
Jt lear at Paika to he
trnodMtal Waoy sear
ymilute.


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Ilng d a@ uimpto coIt A1
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Group plang the
mny include the Fiira
Authority, Ut Army C
Eineers, the Florida
ar Cob. a iJak
cabrs of codIt Pce
cb~mbm d


More Tax Cuts Possible

In Future, Says Mills


k MUDMONT IW
WAMIIT The did
aiNpl pilot o the x
reba n bll .id S-r thate
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CAt "hi e nt e dMA
ta mmd ca m
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Iuprtance, Says


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re dhl aisb ism" elyS
i ai, i t -add wal
perniun tax cIAs.
' MIi'sb oar a onto in
ftilre Asm lr pfl* to
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Johnson


Meeting


Voters


Handshaking
I Foray in Calif.
WASHINGTON (AP) Prad.-
dt Joms hm returned frem
Calidra wh a mobsm -ad
new met fr ki ha.b a
aMli tors. HeIl have a
dcwm to rew t.e bum ad
SmormaI In u.oy.
Joham retreed to Wa*iu
ho by Jet trampor late Sm.
day nh aer sp*inf ta
days r i L Aniele and Palm
Sprinip. His Flord foray wE
take him to Jac ie, Pat.
a and Mimi for a heavy day.
e cefe- lhqa$chedok" Cipb abMpp
Scere- In California, the Proida
is Cmal dunitrated an ezor
ps d penchant for mixing with
Wer- crowds, eve when his Secret
dla, Service bodyard were m.
ee easy abWout t hAe id Dr on
stop in Les AgielM, he waded
into a aig tal that we
aO eaer to et at th tat ome
man broke her leg i the


MAlhh Jobon has lw
iared th potician's hand.
A proclvities, ever -
foe did he p at it with suc
At Io Aels Internationald
Airport, after saying farewell to
Maicn Preuide Addfo Lopes
m JIBha was m ani
b pe greet onlookers
thn he w ideterd by the
fad tath re kept behi
a ike fm sem feet high.
ChMe Twr a pe harder,
Jdme ae a bele for be
mf l ces ttom and bo
(tau JKg ai oni the
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at A I pa. the Ablch
ard f PSk hirnei.

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lceI In "

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week w tMid a eli
of Bob Ronles. mnmi
so GalbsM UIKy Caps-
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Wheat




Proves


THEY LIVE WITH


SONIC BOOMS


OLAHWA CM Y (AP)-An
hmitC mY an ayI her
fir i shrinkhig.
Father pera chUei: "You
tk you're driving au s s
with the bonds? Well, we're
ita drive you cray with
"a a p tlhM
An average tehpbIo
al fr ly alou se
Ine, has jammed a special
switcouard within m dutes at.
er a fhler4imcound Air Force
Splane breast the sound bar-
Soic bo ifr FIn Jet
qiMt the cotor of Okluhoua
Cy eit then a day for one
plrpe: to determine puble
reacIa to the aden buts.
The leis begas Feb. 3 aod
wapp y most o the afieeted
iM t Oklaeloa y o and ar.
ren i reslmides to to
he a itng rapk*ly to theJoint
Feabl Aviation Aepacy ad
Air Force porjectL
"ftlere's a debit decree
io be number of telephone cab
we'et pting now," and FAA
deel said racestm about the


react eo the schedbled
week L
Oklahoma y, hobme of the
FAA's aeronauical center, is
the f&rt heavily populated area
to beone a testing laboratory
to determine public opera-
tions might re ct o stop u-.
tue commercial jet car-
go planes
Four homes, ai than 1
years old, also ne equipped by
the FAA with Mghly sensitive
devices which measure the
stress created by sonic booms
te the uare
"We've found tat effects do
the soic booms o the are no
peter than from a thunder.
cap-and a distant one at that,"
said J. K. Power, coordinator of
the FAA program.
A woman called to say thanks
for the booms. Since they star-
ed, se told the FAA, "My tele-
ision reception is much bet-
ter." What she didn't realize
was that the TV station to which
she referred had just switched
over to a bigger transmitting
ante closer to the city.


India, Pakistan


In New Dispute


I JWa qs 1de.) .
a Ns eft a a new oat
break f vola between Pai-
bIa aod lnds h tb troubld
state of Klsir.
he ldsI Defene Ministry
to a protest with U.N. ob
servers hing that t-o
irm he Pathista sector of
ashlmkir crested the eaire
he dMikg tSe HimNayaa
Sate ad acked the bdian
p-trol Frmay. Ia doia
wes able to ascent for
m mber e d paroL.
he na owrred
Ker. am mis wed f


Parley




Futile


Union Chief

Won't Budge

On Terms
MIAMI BEACH, Fl. (AP)-
A u ioboycott blockig multi-
mmlliodollar shipments of U.S.
wheat to Russia continued today
te the collapse of negotia-
tions between labor leaders and
Secretary of Labor W. Willard
WiLrt
Not one bushel of wheat will
be loaded in U.S. ports until
federal officials guarantee at
leat half of all grain shipments
to Soviet bloc countries will go
in American vessels, said Presi.
dent Thomas W. Gleason of the
International Longshoremen's
Union.
Eight ships are tied up by the
boycott in Atlantic and Gulf
Coast ports.
Wirtz left for Washington aft.
er four futile days of talks, say.
ing the union's demand raised
urgent problems affecting U.S.
foreign policy, balance of pay.
ments and trade policy that
could only be solved in highest
level conferences in Washington.
Wirtz failed in a last-minute
plea to union officials to lift the
boycott until such conferences
could be arranged.
President Johnson's personal
appeals to labor leaders also
failed to budge the adamant
stand of the unions.
Tie longshoremen and other
maritime unions had the full
backing of the AFL-CIO in re.
siting the Johnson administra.
tion's request to load the wheat
for RssLa.
"They An just fighting for
bread and butter for their peo.
ple," said AFLCIO President
George Meany in backing the
boycott
The unions argue that the
wheat going to the Soviet Union
is partially subsidiad by tax.
payers' funds and that the gov.
erament should provide more
job* for American workers by
guaranteeing at least 50 per
cet shipment in U.S. vessels.
A spoke.an for Wirts aid
eflorts to settle the boycott will
continue, but that no new meet
(See WHEAT e Page 3)

Hoffa May
Testify
CHIATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)
-Jams R. Hofla, president of
the International Brotherhood
of Tealsters, is expected to
take the wneI stand in bis
on behalf tideay or Tueday
t his juratepa trial.
11 leader of the tion's
largest labir am is ac ed,
sdi wit fie .,,dA" dm ,
of trying to fix the Jury ad
hrd his a Bisacy trial at


I addil. ls to Hft, a. de.
eses to calL And mem
airneys say they wil have
-e rebuttal "w M
H&f'a's coddn ts ar Lor-
ry Cmpbl, Delrei; Nichola
J. Te h, Itilie W. Va.,;
thAn PaDrts and
d r'Mal.


Sri- r. xiv's wmw
capital, tim liry sal Pak
state Iroops crossed the ceae.
e b alone the Krihen Ga
p r and fired n the patrol
WhI ether Pakistan opened a
brr fmn the opposite bank,
the ministry said.
A spokesman for Prime Min-
Ister Nere's Congress party
said Pakistan may have deliber
at*e staged the ambush to i.
press C mm t Cinese Pre-
mier ho n-la, crrently vi
king Pakisat
Indian officials expreued
murpris over a joint a nt i
(See AUMI a a p 2)


Crucial Stage Reached

In Cyprus Negotiations


UMS) MATMIS, N.Y.
(AP)-U.N. etary Genua
U t ad acrcial stage
today to airiar talks bbhis
ley t oue cis abls a the

=ta t To-it iS dle-
pht IlrPia I D ad Cyp


fm rneado ktob Ha e




mbr C uyp aI ap i l
Ign b lwla nBI ma
atad NOWaey ao ,m d
6f T a d a do ay
by a 0S warp -
mwy O*i m rmb-
i iousI am iim a. -I


treaty of larantee d t accm.
pealed J hiead'sm p ti a .
dpend-o from Brial.
The trear sMas Bita, Tur-
key and Greece c iter
IudepudeIay i Cyprua Ip
ru amutiiBI arage"

hb Unite tSa Biata
asierisatio for lliary bter.
o us want the truoty .
Greece ad the Cypriot -
sai~nt, wdi is h the bal
of the Greek Cypriot majority,
o e any mention f the
brey. They fer it wi be med
b jsify a Trk he rIIa hi
partet a ,Ts Cyprie IBJB.
rity. Greek Cypriot M
jrity Mbta to wa E tS e air-
We otwsoio rib of w
11010


A Need to Blockade Cyprus


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3 Galaete S.. Mpds, F sPd 24, 19%4


The Gir Take Owr To


For Livey Leap Yearr Dy


OfTAWA, IHL (AP)-ftr -m te vite -,the bed*
WMOtOar Iws *ama Ir s -amd .adL,
td.lld. yawbl dass w oy l taa
Lap Y ty whm a me ow ts Irte ely
may be OW for b i mM dnarmy 1X" ifws hr b*
ried. joooe eqBv.L
's Sarbday, MIb. 3, a MIN Jou "a s, a mreCt


U.S..USSR

'o Resume

Sdlture Swap


M OW (AP) The Soviet
Uni and the United States
havw lor wd thrr im
agr.nmt. It sends Soviet clas-
sical-ballet aganIa Americ
but alot Om jan M te to ti
U.S.gRlL
years, inched mEy th w be-
aides entertainet, howe.
and plastic e mk t I
44 M caedll for.. I
Eachsidekpledged% PtWi
the umberi do echa l the
performing s ai b-
let, orchestras-it the in-
creases were no t ra '
FromA the United Stas In
19644. w ml om e a h Ob
(Ohio) College OUd, "y
on K th ProMursa aM
ber Orchestra, and e Oeve-
land Orchet
A fifth Dmmber pamps wil
be the Margant gltB r ld
Chicago but the agreedet is
not settled on tat
The Soviet Union will send to
the United States the Lngni
Badle Company, the Mocw
preurmonic Orchestra, la
riety dames gnopw and a pro
du 1onfrm the 5Mcw A
Theatre.
T7e lot Danm
Company, wbtch huas ernd
made several bw a tosn
Amerim may gP Aial. ad
that i not faly a agreed up
NejfUatlolE th Weea
menftavcbeen bPrn 900e
Jan. I alter having be pol
ponedtilwintetr because Of t
erre iamdexp. tlPobflf Uo
ale- Prof. Frederick Bar
boom

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Cyprus.


From Page I
ope* ny engages thi and e
new Papu*dru pvwMaI
Athem in s u .MunU lftW
preun But Moco cow uld
addNly switch to a pro Turk-
sh bis.


Obituaries


JENM GRXMB
M. Jenide Mai Gire,
14 717 NE b Tutm AOd
yterday at A9acku Goe
A mUdve Giboaa, iOt sheM
moved here years ap. She
was a member o the Metdit


ChMrch md me Golani Ape
Fiaeral services wll be at
I pan. Wednesday i Wllm-
T'hno Funeral Ham
ohe Ferrest McCI octa-
tun. Burial wil flow li Hil-
crest Manori Pk.
Pambe wtl be 0. C.
AMi, Loldimrmkh Getrp
lha, L A. LKWhtsaind Vklor
Naylor.
Su&iwsu ldilbleuitdeid,

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Kashmir

From Page 1


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united States heitaniy and
NATO reluctance to becmse h-
volved itsM olutde ansi
paralysig fators. The U.JN.'sa
seretary general, U Thant,
is trying hard to devise som
Ingenious peace w keeping aoto
tion but tme is nMig outa
Arms 4atockp es mot daily a
Greeo and Turkih CypUot
smuggle in equipment v le te
diplomats talk.
The:momeat as passed to
argue- out W mat oml
tlm;J. ee m In s ight tl
mowu ed lesatfalpauyd.
NAT( Ihcbding GOts i d
Turke mat agre tat9-M t
mural-w isar ounwlawed s
to Me tus joint aim t
acapte 1. An bnmeie flO t
ade oa isWad to puv4JM
entry -t hurer matitobr t
Impa l Western m ass.
Cyprs is mot NATO, but
just uies territorial waters
an juteratlonal ADIS snty
thou'l be mpouer th fA
Man smch a veabussels aip
of carryiB arms. Tis may
Me- ightand but the U.S.
worked a mon dramatic ee
In CaS without Amd i t
Cuban wtrs.
Brita's Meterrad m fit
k adle to ade u ism
operatic wih tid aid (r n
md crfat -eady vahke
i Cypu.tf Y" is so reaw


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7:=ri to be as putl


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ita CMC p ls


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beb
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o Sunday pi Rled CU-.
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a dsaftri g coued ban
Ita."
-yub, w* bas awas pie6

hb with Im In the old PIf
b dty of Rawalplnd. msMo
sedof theKabamlrfrier.
In the commmique, pAYb
minaed"im mcooperati"
AhiM Commoist elihnder
e north and said he would e-
r Cmou's visit with a trip k
AMtou hPakiMtan
dved more than s bm i!e I
omi and m-ilitary si
mce fm to Unied States,
- ctaled imwel'
ripes at Wahiga f for Tr
I mIllion i U.S. mitary ai'
i ndia foIowm g the i mC
- border attacks.
Paeb6n reg a u bas
hief threat with the Kasinir
lsube as the pindipal
i dom tedm, anbd e dia
rill e the US. mliary aid
-Pinat Pain
Wit mm &e iu. FPb-
n served notice on Washbgtonm
t wAll follow a m"re indepa"-
t freigp policy ad sp
loeir to Red Chia.
Chlo repair Ayub wit suMp
part for a plebdcite in Kanir,
he dr Pakistani demad
nie the dispute erupted ID db
wit massive bloodhedu Mo
in a Pakimtan sem ba
Kanrs prdominandly Mow
lan populace woud vie ta
biak away Iron Ha b IML

p aj ra ta supepee p
sa bid r a agft lh A
WiO Nad"4 nran f


D rthy Beads, uwi wa
mar Ifour yem o, a i= w l a
esy wi Irne fr thm ue
Scour fren k meen who
maedby the day
ie ofV the day atmad
ly Council chamber sdach
Idto O rbos
" my;" ay Miss Hay
We col't bold rt hi
Jkwe7eom- at
hMk w42 k ovN in b d ad
ht" lt a much a "
Swith bs cfpy plastk
mms odA rMb=.'*
Ne HOItons poies ma
*at fr the day. abe aid d
r, far Was the ls are m
rned. But, she aid, aed
m Is Wlb sey sloL
"Some m bhave m fli
dinab,'g6 sajdU l'el doI
f thee b ae m who's
to Id off lightly, ft bPh
ly, two-tiot may owr a at
ffice. It was ably A
hht up te leap yew doN
1 years ago.
There has been some tat
Smove m to organ back
uistace. BaWey's advi
a with sh ouPlAdN" lM


"Den'&tH
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Mo'e About


Wheat

Frbmn Pa
ms are pesely *ded
Mia Beach o Wdh
Si pmiecb appearndd
a quick settlement.
h alo lhad ers are i
ml leach for the ame n.
iag V the AF1LIO &m*
Cou.m4 wch a-e
ignals were raised OI
wheat dipute.
Tim Fostiato ibroe
eveal ties ais a a
off-agina r of day ad
sier amS finely a
S Wti departed 8O
aigt for Washin.o



Hunting
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debates to the coder-
d at University School
Florida State University
, we selected by fa
an the bauis d oustand-.
-ds and l
n attedmig i addnion
Diace were Martha Jo-
nle Fe HiEgh; TomDob
K. Yonge and Sadra
r, Gammbeve


arg of the group were
-rrm ma e at Gan H
r. Evala Cates, home
ic teacher at Sante Fe.
Utal cauerence was at-i
I by representatives from
ule in Florida.
tm heard tak by
a Comm er of Agri-
e Doyle Cmmr and Mn.
Cat. -uuri m presr
FSU Schod d Home E.
kcs.
uM fnce the epme
esk date depte on the


orida Course
ets Award


TAUIAHASSEE (AP)- The
FredM s Foudatio awarded
ts Georpe W ltbm r m wire meom. When some em-.
mal to Florida for itsAmer, be of the cwed stretched
Kiausm vs. Comoa ~Um coatheire h ov &he top of toe
in NO school Ihenf President reached to
'ism ea, madeMandatboy *b them-even though
by Ie gislaturem brought d o bared wke atop the
State Sehool SupL 'Tlomas Ba- fence preaeted a hard.
y a similar award lat year. Getting d the pla in Palm
The corse was called "a l Spiap al hour later, Johnb.
mark i the education f chls m hod the waiting crowd
SaMd adults on da more numerous and the fence
t Co u inW culatilng .lower. Although it was afler
,amd prde the A da k by thi ti, he spent
w7ayd A about 1 minutes movlg the
A Tnaiham radionewmman, eth of thi barrier while Air
rBay Mur, wa FnIs e N .rgea tried without
Id FoundatioIs award r r uecear to move big floodlights
rti t new fro a state Capi- secret Service aedi ad
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ingway, widow of authr
mt mningwuy, is epebed
crive about o- mw om dc-
Sof a gram iat f 1.41
e Meft by to fmed ad
r, according to a ccomai
Iibld ere.
he ac tindg, ld id tho
aer ad hiat Tax SOe
of the State Tax Cous.-
, stipulated that the rest d
estate would go for taxes
t and prest-various debts,
ral expomes and legal fes.
huNgwy, who wu e both 6
aN*d ad Pibi pIts
s fmud dead of a otue
*idatbhiahonse ldehua,
s, July 2, 1m1.


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the drive fr the Palm Spring
Airp to his illide
bomne when he spotted about M


people pga red at ntere-
tio. Gelg out d the car, he
was swallowed up by darkness
and the (ight pthering
Thi thud he added baby-kis-
Ing to his repertoire.
Friendship also was be key-
note of Saturday's comminMie
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Four Fort Walton Beach Ne-
groes were killed Friday nigh'
when their car skidded on wet
pavement and struck a bridge
rallying. They were John A. Da-
vis, 21, Frank Jesse Cooley, 18.
L. Pritchett, 18, and FredLee
Betun.
Ernest Sehadowski, 65, of Ml-
and, was fatally hurt when his
car struck a tree west of Miami
Friday night.


SW .. .a...... .... m: M TM-yeaoM Felii Murphyi
(l aiii. Etafn sIMm ON) time tmW and her year-o sister,. Elaine.
burned to death Saturday when
Five-Day Forecast their Tampa home burned.
FLORIDA FIVE DAY FOR. re rkasim incld An R7-yr-old invalid, Mrs.
CAS -Temperature ah a to Tampa 14to IaMaeMil, died ina fire i
SUatridbay wia overage tee 53,and MiamI W to 0. A half r Saturday.
d ohr at rain expected in the
Sderees below norma Iextreme a about an Mine Goes Off
will be a little warmer duri inch in the north. It will rain
the begnig of te period, Tueday and Weeday and SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) -
tunbig cooler Wednesday. Daly man about WdAY. Two US. Army captains were
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Traffic Kills

10 in Florida
By 11 ACOOATl Pn
Ten persons died in Florida
traffic accidents over the week-
ed. Thee pered in fires.
A Jack ville youth, Russell
Dale Faier, 21, died in an bhos
pital o injuries received when
im from his car, out f com -
trol o interstate 5 Studay.
In Delray Beach, a Sunday
mash was fatal to Milton Lee
Bruy of Lake Worth. Ib
car abo wet out of control.
A ibim near Orando killed
Gerald D. Tapley, 41, of Cassel-
bery, and Mrs. Estes B. Hall
60, of Orlando Saturday.
Another Saturday accident
north of West Palm Beact
Shores took the life of Douglar
Blunt of Riviera Beach.


MIILS.TAXES: The congress.
sional architect of the $11.5-bil.
lion tax cut bill says additional
reductions are possible "in the
not too distant future" provid-
ed federal expenditures are cur-
tailed.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills of
the House Ways and Means
Committee said Sunday that the
bill slated for final congres-
sional approval this week-pro-
vides "a federal income tax
much more in tune with our
times."
"Indeed," Mills' statement
continued, "preserving the gains
for the economy and for federal
finances which we can confi-
dently expect from this bill may
both permit and require addi-
tional tax reductions in the not
too distant future"
GUANTANAMO. Adm. David
L. McDonald. chief of naval op-
erations, today called the


M WUS yYta p i Navy's abase at Guantanamo,
tai n ano- -o r il .. to Cuba, "a very important base.
Saigon. In a copyrighted interview in
S. ao .. s the magazine "U.S. News &
U. authorites said the wo rld Report," Adm. McDonald
Tme wre wounded by mine said Gupntanamo had value as
frigInth and a spiked foot a tactical base "as long as we
trap. can keep our antisub forces op-
The mie killed a Vietnamese rating out of there against any
oldier' I submarines in the area."


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news from Washington:
ZANZIBAR: The United
States has resumed diplomatic
relations with Zanzibar after
recognizing the island republic's
new leftist government.
The State Department said
two U.S. diplomats flew to Zan-
zibar Sunday after the United
States, Great Britain and six
British Commonwealth nations
extended recognition to the re-
gime of President Abeid Ka-
rume.
Karume seized power Jan. 12,
bustingg the sultanate that had
governed the island since it re-
*eived its independence from
Britain in December.


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wardrobe i e Cndy's put. year and then return to he
Ue.. wspaper bolas.
"I get sb t Bangkok, No mnewa r to newspapir
pearls in Tyo and wood carv. work, she wred la the clRa-
ind Mailam" see lsad"r.6U Su adern deparae, ,
Cindy ld A can a re e Sm from Jm, 1, to
spectAed at of the colutri Septewber, 13M.


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hM lted t 11 faterinty


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Balletat UF
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at Thatn p rfotmance m the Uukemity of
Flrds caum Wedmksy. The pefemme he.
gla at 8:15 p.. fa UMivnty Auditwrm.. Tickets
ar as sale at the Isnfumati Boeth sac the
strut from the Stuadt Service Center.


brs o the fraerityo com-te program la the d ro


piaoent "Welctulal ***
it moral eene" i third
frmaternity ad uoniverily ie.
He said e a of the vow
made at # me ro making
meaxno for the building
ddmated yesterday was "to
prove to the pb that the
fraternity system is not on the
way out"
But, he m It will take
"moral reSpo til 0t the
part of eraunmmty nibers.


Dem HaBe &vied the wel A rmcepon w heM after

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amhers i an attack a R e
on caw ue liss iK s ef

Sme the revel ur sheld
y t1k O iops maH i ea
Iom m e mn-,, mStlrb -
d Pierre MUle*, six umo is
six whes ad more a
i3 Coegee have am iea kUd
b the attack at the Maknm-
da mission. 3 ml auth Of
the provinWcial capital k-
wi, te rebels also wanted two
Canamdian priests ad a Belgian
teacher with arrows and dub.
Th two teachers, Jacqus
Bonaertsa, 5,d Robert Mek
l M, were struck by arrm

and tMen stabbed to death. l
wounded men were not idento
fled.
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Smmbers of the mison who
arrived in Leopoelde Sunday
night 'They were mung the last
white person still te rebel
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Government Role in Race-

Relations Theme of Meet
I mevh a-d lea. The schedule for Saturday bea.
MOi fla., p und-gins at I a. with discusion
mB d G iMs.i Mlle Comn mthe topics of "Civil
m Relations, will be mkid Ft- Rg u "e oN
day ad StOay Sto Noman' 5b Bill" ... ..Negro ieadersaNp
SSW M Street at 5thin Florida Politics," and 'Ot,
Avene. Role of Government in Relation
I time of the i e will to Voluntary Groups."
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Ilam Sbof U. e Council on Human Relations.
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as a professor of eductionat
Q~Me Collee, N.Y. She has
die e eranble research in
Ie eadcatioe field, especlaily tn
te realm f culturally derived
Dr. Wolfe will deliver the
key"ne speech of the institute
at 7:3 p.m. Friday.


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Focus on Sanity Issue,


The jury eventually selected to
hear the case against Jack Ruby will
be called on to deal with one of the
. "knottiest problems in criminal law:
determining the legal responsibility
of a defendant for his acts.

Ruby's attorney has made it clear
She intends to pled that his client
was not responsible for the murder
of Lee Harvey Oswald because he
was insane When he committed the
crime. Under Texas law, a defendant
found to be insane at the time of
the offense must be acquitted. (If the
jury finds the acquitted defendant
insane at the time of acquittal, the
court must order him committed to a
mental hospital "until he becomes
sane.")

The definition of "insanity" used
in Texas criminal eases is the one de.
veloped in England in 1843 known as
the M'Naghten Rule. A Texas court
recently stated the rule in this form:

"The legal test of insanity is the
ability to know the nature and con-
sequences of one's acts and the dif-
ference between right and wrong."

Thirty states rely exclusively on
this "right and wrong" test for de-
termining legal insanity.

The M'Naghten Rule has been crit-
icized for decades by psychiatrists
and students of the law as an out-
moded and inadequate definition of


inanity. Federal Appeals Court
Judge John Biggs has pointed out,
"Our (mental) institutions contain
many patients ... who know the dif-
ference between right and wrong...
the test, therefore, i meaningless."

Agreement on a substitute for the
I'Naghten Rule has been difficult to
achieve. The Durhat Rule, which
provides for acquittalif the unlawful
act "was the product of mental dias
ease or mental defect is used only
in the District of C9lumbia, Maine
and New Hampshire.
I
A proposal formulated by the
American Law Institute, which takes
into account knowledge of right and
wrong as well as tie ability of the
defendant to control his actions, has
shown signs of winning greater ac-
ceptance. The rule states:

"A person is not responsible for
criminal conduct if at the time of
such conduct, as a result of mental
disease or defect, he lacks substantial
capacity either to appreciate the
criminality ... of hi4 conduct or to
conform his conduct to the require-
ments of law." ,

Whatever else the Ruby case ac-
complishes, it should help focus fur-
ther attention on the problem of
defining responsibility for criminal
acts and the search for an improved
definition of legal insanity.


Voice df the People

-- .On The Sun's Opinion Pagem
Ou ,da amd ugmummol a anad m -e wokem. bthae sVe a hl etae nastel.
m he signed d beer wr'sI a ddes N.e wil he w eMld if vques ie A MleM mhes
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Endorsements
EDITOR, Sun: An article
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edition of The Sun reported
the Feb. 12 decision of the
Civic Action Association to en-
dorse and support Bryeon.Vl
and Arnold Butt u candidates
for the city commission in the
March 17 election. The article,
however, failed to explain the
orderly pros and the ha-
uing which led to that.&
ision. 1.,
tood for: -
1. Comprehensive eommuni-
y planning which um s a-
gIn to implement orderly
rowth and expeio w
portion of established te
~iIS neighborhoods.
S Opposition to the grant-
Sto any economic group or
special tavoer which
* become a tax burdna on

' C.General conduct of city
, np t givag consdem-
i to the problems o al aid

to ab the ecue a ( ityl
4 Coordinated and m*bed
usamument of city fiosh
M the finance and uilies
do rntl undertr t.ha mpe-


viason of a respoasble,
capable city manager.
S. Provision of secretarial
help for the mayor and par-
tial compensation for all city
commissioners.
t. Enactment of a mini-
mu housing standards ordi-
-nace with a thorough explor-
ation of all possible approac-
eto the problem of sun
housing.
7. Recreational and cultural
developM, water rmeurces
develogmt, and library
Invim-eanin d a
, hpmI atim of the
capital Impwveme pro.
gram acerding to the tcoun-
meaded piorit
Thim saad wen reaf-
rued by the CAA uMaer-
ship a Dec. 10, The
candide were the Iivd-
oaiy examined to determine
their po these hsaues
ad were questioned is de-
tall at the endorsement
meeagi before the deddci to
edmer was made by the CAA

he CAA voted munSimom
ly to support Byro Wi d
ArnM Bua for the two city
comm imi seats to be Illb d
A the March 17 election be-
cause of third alvqocal
std amthm ehes
Tm candidates made
dear that t have a sp


dal interests to serve and that
they wish to contiae the pres-
eat policy to conduct cty gv-
uamet to benefit all citizens
rather than a select few;
they favor contiuing the de
fese of the city's position in
refusing to permit a filling
station on the SAE corner;
they support the diedu aon
the S mes oilg cams; they
wish to eliminate the "tri-
headed monster" by bringing
all department of city gov-
emn dt er the manager;
they favo enactment of the
pading milmum housing
standards ordinance; they
are for cTnpreh i com-
munity p protec-
tion of establise residenti-
al neightrboods; and they
support ie prtorines for car-
rying out the capital imprave-

Bymron T I and Arnold Butt
are athe caddates in b
loane Ikaa s of r OW r l|Mi
teid at te

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HUllMaW Beutifd
UivmaeAy Cit


PRESIDENT JOSGON hs
a pragmatic view of politie,
knowing it to be an art of the
possible. So did President
Kennedy. In a reprentative
government the uses of comr
promise often are essential to
maintaining th mmmum
o government and o he pi a
age of legislation. President
Kennedy knew, a does Presi-
dent Jo oan, hew to smipo.
Uise without ad ein rllte-
cple or bjectve.
So, thepmflisad dIempol
stns ask why* that Pr
dett John pmrmt h
n prpaW nl is havi a
much les hbrarmed thie itd
ad rates high m the nt pa.
rode.
The anwer would see t
be that PmFildt Jo ,.
d pulic srvina a-le hil
e a hiP. It was t Aem
dmomum ordain d meau.
dgatelv.I a.riI i
vm a adp" aml
0 aIt m. mlb, sI
u ef aplWer.it7 L

Im~lR.ILb' MEEL


IT IALPH McGILL U



The Image

Of The

President


with onckuonsu that Lyndon
B. Johnson is doing just fine
and would, if the election were
held i w. wia wih great ease
There Is er nanimity in
this prediction. But when it
comes to saying why this is
true, the polter ride off in
all directions. They could ex.
plain that General Eisenhow-
er was the father image for
which all of us instinctively
and psychologically seek.
Voters looked to him and felt
he was the universal father
who knows bst. He would
know what to do about war
and peace, morality, and bud.
gets and prosperity; and so
they twice elected him. The
fact his administration pro-
ducd a rather sharp recession
and the largest peace-time de.
ficit histo ry has not dimmed
that image.
President Kennedy was con-
fident and competent youth nA
action. He was the young i-
tellectual and student in gov-
erment. He was vitaity and
the life force in action. He was
elected, but there were, and
are, America who distrust
intelligence ad education,
and who don't like Harvard
precisely because it is a really
great and superior intutiton.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY
nonetheless, aroused more
young Americans to commit-
ment than any president since
Woodrow Wison and Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt. A large num-
ber of adults were similarly
carried along. The Peace
Corps is but one illustration.
It gave to young Americans
and many older ones the op.
portuniy to participate, to
put compassion, ideals and
love to work in a practical
way. But even so, there were
those who distrusted President
Kennedy because he did in-
spire commitment to causes.
Why, then, has President
Johnson emerged from the
relative obscurity of the vice
presidency to command such
an immediate and vast vol-
ume of confidence and re-
spect? It cannot be said there
is the great outpouring of un-
questioning idolatry that was
accorded Mr Eisenhower, nor
has MrJoma excited
young Americam as did the
young Keaedy. President
Johnson supports cases
strongly as dd thelate and
lamented John Kennedy,
but those who oppose the
causes and programs do not
feel impelled to hate and con.
demn him as they did his pre-
decessor.


This move proved a
boomerang. It has started a
wave of deals whereby Great
Britain and France and other
countries have begue not only
to export goods to Cuba but to
help build factories for the
Russians which can be indi-
rectly of aid to them in pre-
pari for war.
The late President Kennedy,
in a press conference eo Octo-
bher last, samd of the whe dl
that It was not a govarment-
to government transaction,
that credits wold be granted
by bak, and that "the grai
dealers will take the risk with
the private banks."


THE TOTAL impreslon
gives at the Un ws that the
United States would ntgrant
anmy subsidy or ay credits.
But it turns out that the gov-
ernment here has guaranteed
the loans which the banks
made, and members of Con-
gress have revealed that in
one particular sale, evolving
37 million busheof wheat at
a price of $7U5 l there
was a subsidy by the UitLed
States PvAum ent of a little
more than ($ miion. Senator
venM Dirra, pubican
alty leader, now says:
wheat deal with the
Soviet bn, inifated last
October ad crre being
fewulrlyb pursued by the
JAflM ihirl a t is
debg far l
American p lO

lagp th e a.
M"y.




mAldessao ar

SuMtalkoyew


WORLIS FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST


SUa


Politics'


li


New


World



dormm td e mm

the am SklimlMat prt.
Suidp m lh srM pol.-
Ikm a mWe M amm-
ple, m mta mies m a



fore to the kery of te h -
ma race.
eho are anlw be ce -
ters of effective world power
today not olfy Washin g-
ton and Moseow, but Peking
and Paris, among others -
than at any ime aince World
War II, and taere are m e
comola up ad ma e aging
world doen ading out thau
at any time in a gunerateon.
e Bn S DOES NOT encour-
age much serenity. Africa n
discovered that pdint rid of
the white master is not the
whole answer to the complenx-
ity o life. Washington and
Moscow have discovered that
the other national, includ-
ingtheir neighbors, are n
longer content to do what
they- are told, and the. old
centers of power, particular-
ly France and China, are in-
misting on a hand in the fu-
ture.
Accordingly, there are not
only more men ad nations
in contention, all of them
grabbing for headlunes, but
m-re -ias Compfi for
leadership, and mrs hest
differences of opinion among
the major powers about the
best way to deal with cur-
rent controversies.
The future of Southeast Asia


"On Johnson, yes. But it mokes you look like the
y in westerns who always loses the girl to John
oy n!"


Math


h a Peod luratme of the
pr'-lf PU'deSt Johnas
is w w amf North Viaet
Nm, ar aCmm.at a.,
or the Swet Union, or adl
thm he dom't make
de which that a e
aUt d e* pibpi of diret-
ig a wplygm the war
agas t Soth Vi Nim "is a
deeply f game."
B SAYS TRAT the war
there "Is fir and frem st
a aeat lto be wosn by the
pvu mt and n pople
of that mcoutry (South Viet
Nam) for themselves but he
repeats the U. S. commit-


Cuba. Our ally, Great Britain,
has sold a buses to Cuba ov-
er our protest, and another
600 are on order. Four British
airliners are being recon-
ditioned for Cuba. Now nego-
tiations are underway for
British delivery of $1.4 mlul
lion in heavy road building
machinery to Castro.
"These nations use the
wheat deal as an excuse. Br-
tains's Prime Minister Home
stood on the White House
steps last week ad made it
clear the British intend to
trade with the Communist wn-
tions. Former Prime Minister
Ishibashi a leading Japan-
ese advocate of trade with
Red Chinaes has hailed the
wheat deal as the 'big turning
point' in making trade with
Communist nations possible.
"In short, the wheat deal is
tuning into a diplomatic
nightmare. Nothing has so
undermined our leadership of
the free world in a score of
year."


REPRESENTATIVE Charl-
es Haileck, leader of the Re-
publicans in the House, Ino a
separate statement, draws
attention to the boycott by ma-
ritime unions in the Ulid
States against loading wheat
for shipment to the Soviet Us-
ion. He points out that early
75 per cent of the wheat ship-
ped so far has been on foreign
vessels, despite the White
House pledge that at least 51
per cent of the deliveries
would be in American ships
I* also estimates that moeO
than $0 million in sudM is
will have been paid by Am-
erican taxpayers in connect
on with the wimat deal
Meanwhile, the DeparhtW
of Sate seems to be in a stat
of confusion. At first it was
hited that Americans er
amyed over the British ex-
pat of goods to Cuba that it
was possible there would be
a boycott on the part of con-
msen in this country who
ha previously been buying
Smanuactured by the
M b companies doing b .
as witb Cubo But now a
spb us fur the Deart-
I o o Slat*e sa: 'he Un-
ad S doIw mt favr oe-


Sahera. Y, om fr Ila
\.wUb proM bread-
S d tA "VONe S4 Am*


that is in the hands of private
citizens; we have a no part in
that ourselves."
There were hints from other
government officials to the
same effect anda indication
that the State Deartient ap-
proved of the boc, butap-
parently complaints caused
the State Department to back
down. It Is this backing and
filling which has encouraged
foreign governments to take
matters in their own hands,
knowing full well that they
will not meet ay real oppo-
sition from the American gov-
ernmnent. The principal reason
for this, of sums, is that the
State Department has been
checkmated by its own blhmd-
er In allowing wheat to be sold
to the Soviet Union.


Washington Memo

Frm he Cewles Weshingtoea Smu
CwleI Wasegtu Brea
IFUTURE NO1 t Theodore Soreason, who is quitting as
White Hose assistant at the aend of this month to write a book
abut Prm e Kemamdy, has bean offered office space and
a saretary at Harved, at Waelya College, Middletown,
COm, ad at a lUM n uolvirsty Identity still undis-
dcloead. The ff s are pod for as long as It takes him to
write the nbok, Md hell probably acept one of them.

PAf MAUR: At oe of those big stag dinners recently
a reprte type ran into a White House staffer and berated
him hr not returatig a telephone call "Never saw such in-
fidiy," the reporter grabled. "That's ramt," te White
Housme aid. "In my dp we pride ourselves on being as
inefficient as pM s e." JobI W. Soyder, who was President
Trnma's Seretary of th Taury, overheard the remark,
and iffed. "Wim I was ta Wahimlom," he said "we
raid Inefficiency to tde lna 4 ofE ai plle paly."'

T EW WI: Keping alive the tradition that the White
Homse a patrol of te bedt din aln and the arts, President
Johmon invited Iam BeiS to the rceptis for Prime
Minister Sir Alec DOlie. Bria, at his enical best,
enlivened the prcea, i@ i anmeroas ways. When he went
through Ae recyloH O l to met the Preidnt, Berle as-
smed a pald eleek and seld M "rM ry, I dbi't catch the
ame." (iLamer.)


HOUImoD MWE Bobby Key, a p M down play-
sadvanb m far Rigng Bros. etc. circm, cae through
wi th t word d advice during his visit here last week:
Ssomebody m a bcket f sopy water your face,
dmta squiaNt I Ym Oa the mwar gets into e wrinkles
ad rinto yr eye. AuM deo yo eysu esly, and it'll
r rig ff.


-Ui n m


I hea t, wh they hm one of
a a Ny aed Mrs. L Baldwi,
r Mi: Mll A im to the
S AsIe aryS btaM by.


bfl
'a


4,


M ~I,


mat to support the freedom
of Sot Vmt Nm.
Ie Westor Aliks, low.
ever, an deeply divaid a
an th. Prsie Jobse
th the Coau later.
vatiern Viet Na is "a
d da erus gne" for
the Communmii ba De
Gmle thinks the Aarican
mrvS in to that pea-
la is a eva more m dgr-
on pme for Wash'ngonm,
and some of Presidt Joh-
son's own cooest advisers
agree.
De Gaulle has tried to con-
vince President Johnson
through d diplomatic channels


that China will not tolerate
pro Western government
it Viet Nam on China's bor.
der any more than the United
States would tolerate a pro*
Communa ist government i
Mexico. But President John-
son disagrees, or at least
feels that, for political ret
sons, he must disagree and
avoid negotiations with Pe
king on the subject.
TRADE WITH CUBA is an,
other illustration of the in-
creasing diversity of allied
problems- Both President
Johnson and Prime Minister
Alec Douglas Home of Bri-
tain are facing elections, and
the are squabbling about
trade with Castro because
they think it is good politics
at home to do so.
President Johnson does not
want to be accused by the
Republicans of tolerating any.
thing that seems to help Cas-
tro, so he cuts off aid to Bri-
lain for selling buses to Cuba,
even thou g h he knows this
will have no effect either on
Britain or Cuba.
Similarly, the British Prime
Minister defends the sale of
buses because he does not
want to be accused by the
British Socialists during an
election year of dancing to
Johnson's tune.
Thie points of controversy
co u I d be multiplied rndefi-
nitely. There is more inter.
national co n t e nation, not be-
cause there is actually great-
er danger of war in the world
but because the nations now
believe it is safe to play poli-
tics with foreign policy.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON re-
cently remarked in California
that if all the dangers of to-
day were to be solved tomor.
row, then there would be
a whole new crop of contro-
versies next week.
He is probably right. The
big cold war between Moscow
and Washington has been
broken up into a score or
more of little cold wars,
which in turn engage the in-
terests or the prestige of the
major powers and person-
aalties.
De Gaulle, having lost in-
fluence in Asia and Africa
when he had military power,
now seems determined to try
to regain influence in Africa.
Asia, and even Latin Ameri-
ca without any power.
This will 'undoubtedly pre-
dure new controversies in the
future, but President Johnson
Is adjusting to it. If DI
Gaulle wants to share the
misery of leadership in such
a complicated world, says
Johnson, why not let him try
It?


By DAVID LAWRENCE
WASHINGTON The Ken-
nedy Johnson administra-
tion will be held responsible
by many voters next Noven-
ber for one of the biggest bon-
er in foreign poly that a
State Department has ever
allowed to happen. It was the
consent given to the sale of
wheat to the Soviet Union ad
other Communist countries,
notwithstanding the "cold
war."


THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT


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innilty. Federal Aeah Court
Judge John Biggs hua pointed out,
"Our (metal) institutions contain
many patients ... who (kow the dif.
ference between right and wrong ...
the test thereore, is eaingle.*


The jury eventually selected to
hear the case against Jack Ruby will
calledd on to deal with one of the
knottiest problems in criminal law:
.dtmining the legal reposibility
of a defendant for his acts.


. '0y's attorney has made it clear Agreement on a substitute for the
l Intends to pled that his client Naghten Rulehasben difficult to
was not responsible for the murder achieve. The Durham 'ule, which
blsee Harvey Oswald because he provides for acquittal if the unlawful
a, Insane when he committed the act "was the product A mental dia-
trime. Under Texas law, a defendant ease or mental defect,f is used only
found to be insane at the time of in the District of ColVmbia, Maine
the offense must be acquitted. (If the and New Hampshire.
jury finds the acquitted defendant I
Inside at the time of acquittal, the A proposal formulated by the
ouirt must order him committed to a American Law Institutt which take@
mental hospital "until he. becomes into account knowledge of right and
pane.") wrong aswell as the ability of the
defendant to control hi actions, has
, The definition of "insanty" used shown signs of winning greater ac-
tn Texas criminal cases s the one de- ceptance. The rule status:
vldoped in England in 1843 known as
th M'Naghten Rule. A Texas court "A person is not responsible for
recently stated the rule in this form: criminal conduct if at the time of
such conduct, as a reslt of mental
' ,The legal test of insanity is the disease or defect, he lacks bstantial
ObIlity to know the nature and co capacity either to appreciate the
sequences of one's acts and't dif. pimanality ... of his duct or to
ference between right and wri. P conform his conduct t the require-
ments of law.*
hirty states rely exclusively on I
ths "right and wrong" test for, de- Whatever else the buby case ae
termining legal insanity. complishes, it should hlp focus fur-
The M'Nahte Rule ha b rit- their attention on the 'problem of
cided for decades by psychiatrists defining responsibility for criminal
and students of the law as an ut- acts and the search for an improved
moded and inadequate definition of definition of legal inesaity.


Voice of the PeQple

n The n's Opinion Page

Omls mwd cmnh of Sum a swP l a wh b to *a VSd S of M u hsl. Lens
mu be i sswed md hem e wh eds o. um_ we s wilh Ib w m A ssN sMmL m
ad IWid 00 W"WA MWbe WOWW*air oWeofIMM NOT be d. L US
SIa m v es is1 to a "htfo. m a slamstak, Iw ad *homAes to e m s -a

nlinCAAS. &reapeatli, dallate tosermadthat


1 -a--- capable city manager.
Endorsements s LPwrison orf sarteaa


help for the mayor ad per-
tial op tion for all
t Enactment of a mini-
m- a t drda .l&
-m wit thorouh pr-
asio of A poable apposeb-
ma to the pro"m of sda
- a Recrhl aso ca
devealot, and library

Implminta. do t
capital impovaual pro.
gram aretog t he ram.st
P= Is Iketils.
meood nanu
Thme amis were ed
nmd by be CAA mber-
ship a Dec. 11, ItML He
camadn were thim bWi
ukl eyamaned to deltais
their pn oa thee aesmm
adi wee fq ad is de-
tal at the eadorsemat
meae bedn Ihe dAcim to
aobsew mi by thbeCAA

TMe CAA ved aim
ly b f ItBofW E
mmem is a*I a be tM
hIn& IN" I1 dueoan b&,
aim 60 to hoe i
ThM casadidom 1
dw ft &V, em m p


EDTORM SUB: As Article
which appeared the rea 13
Soum of The sn reported
the Feb. n2 dcbistd he
Cvic Actlon Anasoctd to en-
dne and support Bry Wim
d Arnod Btt as cealdes
for the city m sim B the
March 17 elecdon. Te tide,
however, failed to expl the
orderly prm and te tea-
-M wuic lad to ihat d
Te CAA hs coulastimly
stood for
1. Compraihiiv e sm-UB
My pAHng which ues oUn-
ing to implement oderly
growrthand epedas wNith
edof mablamed re
Mglglhboods.
2. astio to epat-
ing dm m uk pemI or
loial fem wha
tmet tespbl demimd



ha mtsa
4. bCope"l eh t s lEd



with :is aei sad atk
departM l mdA the aWr-


they wshtoto
eat poicy iJon

ram- to b
radrtha a
they law hat

stati on fan(
they support
the Seer agD
wish to ohm
headed moost
al departed
rmnen iade
tey favor en
peodg min
S or
are for ep
m*.ly planl
do of at"
and ..esha
al uelgUMrho
supportas pi
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POTOMAC FEVIR,


By Neither IiK, Lewis Wtoom EuRa
Def ee mos MeanMUara euh d y iod u~
misilksis. While bewats w ar Ma p bett, myhe LBU l
wipeo towr pvety Innr Vt
Liwfstoa td the w tlea ibaa aMI
putes pmi Si peqkI tbry O i d n h d
Oke thlg abuOt Seatc a thk me ipaledIt!
is the fbeL e to *.Met he~ai MWI. Soo
theth S eUrted U
it, -- r'__^. ___, *_ '*


im the e pres-
&duA cy pv-
m t aIll diu
select few;
ia B e de-
Walt a og
the d eim on
ig case; they
hate the "tri-
r" by ringing
its of city gov
e thte m


t EAtS MnGiLL I



The Image

Of The

President
POi takes, tS le d ad
the mas, we MUan up
with cond os that Lyma
B. JOhIo is dog jut fine
sid would, i the eldect were
heMld win with peat uen
ere is ear m nhity in
thi prediction. But whe it
coma to sayte why this is
true, the power. ride o in
al directie. They =Mld es-
L that Geoneal ienhmo
er was the father ima for
which an a u s buicd ly
and pycholocally seek.
Votes looked to him ad felt
he was the universal father
who knows bet. He would
knblow what to do about war
and peace, morality, and bud-
get and prosperity; and s
they twice elected him 'e
fat his administration pro
ed a raer sharp recession
aad the largest peace-tie de-
ficit a history has not dimmed
that image.
Presidt Kennedy was CO
de and cope t youth ai
ction. He w the young im
telectudl and student in p.
eminen He wa vitality ad
the wie force in acto. He was
elected, but there were, ad
are, American who distrust
ilatelience and educatl,
and who don't le Harvard
precisely because it is a really
great and superior hostitutio.


PRESD WT KENNEDY
sonnethnet, romed more
young Americans to commit.
meant than my president sice
oodrow Wil and Frnk.
lin D. Roosevelt A large num-
her of adults were similarly
carried along. The Peace
Corp is but one lltraion.
It pgave to young American
and many older ones the op
portunity to participate, to
put compassion, ideals and
love to work in a practical
way. But even so, there were
those who distruted Preide"
Keaedy because e did in-
spire commitment to causes.
Why, the, has President
Jolmon emerged from the
relative obscurity of the vice
presidency to command ebuch
SImmedate and vast vol.
ume of cooldence and re.
sped? It camt be said there
is the great outpouring of n-.
estioning idolatry that was
accorded Mr Embsenhower, nor
has Mr. Johi excited
young Americans as did the
young K dy. Prsidet
JoNam alm ca as
sfr ly a did the la ad
lamented Jodhb F. IKmady,
but those wha oppose the
causes and programs do not
fel Impelled to hate ad coo-
den him as they did his pe-
dme-'.


ahnMet the pib
munm hIo F pragmatic view d pelMs,
dimasco; they kowB itto be smrt ofdhe
reheib m cm. ipoe. So dw PrMt
lag a tO- Wamady- I a prentaue
ihaw resalti- enmetthu e o 1 aoce
s; as they pamseofteaareseMtialto
capital poe- dpenmm a bto l&pee
Sage of legilat m. Presmeni
M AsKam knew, as does Pres.
SAW M- U adhheum kho tk ampb


miw d.in abi a -
maeik ep di aere. ieeve.
! Sse p ni i lls aad theIpo

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Pnidst ad irtes hid -b te bitp

SI^a5 j be #At PrISS Jeh-am
-f -r tM doa huA
Sw op hMWa mIdw 6 at
of a aMdrwb Sterts.
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WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST


World



p lmUeS Ba lmeu
6ado Is d be i,
else S hbinSt babeh
ly is O e n 3ad1oum
SM pad, I'M Il ww pir
There M now, hr omw
pie, ma- sMm -
fr iers to sqabMa over,
sd more -nbtit.s ad bo e
peruared leaders to do the
- th ever be-
etor the himory ofthe ha-
i.. race.
There aw ea sean aO
ters o eeifve world power
today ad oly Wahg-
ta ad Macow, but Pekg
and Paris, among others -
than aty m le e Werid
War I ad there are more
coming up ad more aging
world leaders fn out than
at any time in a generation.
TS DOES NOT encour-
age much ty. Africa hs
discovered that getting rid
the white mast Is not the
whole answer to the complex-
ity of life. Waslngtoo and
Moscow have dicovered that
the other natims, icld-
ing their neighbors, are no
longer content to do what
they re told, and the old
emtem of power, perticular-
ly Franmce ad Chin, are in.
sitting on a had In the fu-
ture.
Accordingly, there are not
only more men and na tions
Scontention, all of them
grabbing for bemmnes, but
more giants competing for
leadership, and mre honest
differences of opSaon song
the major powers shout the
best way to deal with cur-
rent controversies.
The future of Southeast Asia


COLOREi

# 1. F. ChMi. Cols

O PRESENT PROGRAM
The Undomimldodl C hoirs'
Union will present a prora
entitled "'min in Parade" at
the Greater Ft. Clark Baptist
Church today at l p.m.



The Juvenile Lodge No. 113
will meet Saturday, Feb. U, at
3:X pa. at the home of Min
T. M. Fox and Miss Q. V. Jomes,
of 731 SW 5th Street
The does are to be pa during
this martin.
LACROU NEWS
Mrs. Doris Reed is a a at
her home. Her friends hope she
wil be well m. Mrs. Doris
ee reporter.


Feids of Nor ad Mrs.
Bhgh Adersm, Sr., are ilmted
to asend a "homur wrmk at
their new hom at SE a11th
St., today at p.m.

NOTE O THANU
Mrs. mRoLe I ey wilhes
to hak frods for their kind-
s to her during her r .
week lhnmss

NOTICE
The Univ ry Ca Tempie
NI. OW, D r Ets, wil
meet A e Maw H today




iMr. Ueb m, To s is
a at her was nprtel



I e w he A ia m w
t .Olad VI let It
k ad NW m ib h a" b g b
ia. W-W t W pIa.


-il CfM dl q
IeDk aAbd o fIw l
"tm o t '.r


Politics'

he aood lhMbeiofte Deathb
problr. Prus'At J1ouM. a stl
Is bm warHgrt Vl The
Nlm, or Comn t Oh, eve,
Sthe So vit Iudi, wor a
toe he dmit mate lm
cler which that a acol "oI
ris of the ply of dbcI dimpl
lug sad uipy tbe wor othe C
S S Viet S mbNais a Gos
Sdane m." beene
u SAYS TUAT the war ag
the "is fst & ad maro as Sm
a a testo be weby the U s
gpveunmeatm as e pp apre.
of tht county (Smh Viet De G
Na) for thmmelves" but he vince p
repmts the U. S. caumit- through


New

apport te freedom
este Alli how
n dm* dided a
re itA hee-
bl Viet Na kI "
dioomu s pme" for
m mu it, bIt De
thihs the Americ
ofa i talt pemahl
Sev toren danger.
me for Washiton,
m of Proidet Jo.
o- dadt advice
;ae has tried to ae-
President Joflmem
-d iplomae dhamels


"On Johnson, yes. But it makes you look like the
Oy in westerns who always loses the girl to John
Woyne!.'


D NEWS


ed News Edl


PERSONAL
Deacon Wile Coney, a mem
ber of the ML Olive Baptist
Church at Lake Cty, was here
recently nng busin es and
pleasure. Mrs. F. D. Shano4,
nporter.
Miss Mary K Thomuas and
Miss Carrie SnlW, bet of Tam.
pa, we visiting bre yester-
day.
Mr. Ruth James returned
here yesterday from Washing-
ton, D. C., following a two-week
visit with her sister, Mrs. Ellen
M. Wilso, and other relatives.
Mrs. and Mrs. James R. Ed.
wards Sr. ad son, James Jr.,
all of Atlanta, Ga., whp have
been visiting here for the paet
two weeks, left yesterday for
their home.


N, Mary Acosta, of Tamp,
p through Ganev yem-
tday en rols to Jacksovile.
William Brwn, of Hig h
Springs, passed through Ga
vife yesterday en route to Oc.
alt
Mrs. Janke WIias wou s a
d to Jacknsove today homb e
of siness. She will bhe away
for evral days.
Mim Mary L Tboms and
Miss Sarah G. Jacks, bt of
Mian, whose visit here for the
pet week has been pleased,
wen flown to their hm yep s
Wtoray


5AT4 MSTNG


The Paeberws' Lge N. M
113 w net attherea*
muf e mowlt I
pLb Te m areom to m e
p- in Ifd0i me"lg.
Mrs. D. Abom nprter.

hlMA UN

He bfMu biS ibe

Ia to Mab L he Mia .
by aRv. sp JIM, La.
am. tev. L MMStae,
p-r; e-. m. Ame
pansAV
POW.


fib diskw^^f

M o *' > -

Riteii cM LL~MMI fyie


begun each day at I p.m. with
Evangelist Burns in charge.
Church of God by Faith No. 1
- Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Bible
Study, 12 noon; W. W. C., 5:45
pm.; and evening worship, 7:15
p.m. Elder J. E. McKnight, pa-I
tor; R. L Hutchlon, reporter.
HopevelBaptist Therd wil
be choir rehearsal Tuesday, I
p.m.; and Chbir No. 2 will have
its rehearsal WeBd day, tpja.
Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs.
Anes Gordo, porter.

* ituarieI
. REV. W. L DICKERSON .
Final rites for Rev. Dicker-
am, of B S.E. 0th Ave., were


held today from
the Living God


the Chuarh of
on Sugar Hill


at 4 p.m. with Rev. T. D.
Davis officiating. Interest fol-
lowed n the Pinegrove Ceme-
tery. Duncan Brothers Morti-
cian in charge.


I MPI PnUCT


Washington Memo
From the Cowle Wedsdeig lurmeu
CoWl.s Washigsm Bream
FUlJ NOTEs Theodore Srn3eao, who is quitting as
Wte HJm mimist at the afftk month to write a book
about ProrMI t KA dy has bee Sed odit space and
Sseretar at Hsmvard, at Wayi College, Mididetown,
Con. ad at a mMwuas university eaty i.udis-
doed. the ers asn p for a as i take aiM to
wri M bok, seia hl pdiably a6t o d tIheim.

PAl MAITER: At -e of these big stag dinners recently
a reporter type ra into a White HIue staffer and berated
e for met returnig a teephons cal "Never saw such in-
.edieeMy," the report grmbntled. 'Thait's great," the White
EN m a soaid, y ap wp rM ourselves on belog as
bOeet s psiaSI." John W. Soyder, who was President
Trmm's Setary the Tremmury, overheard the remark,
ald snlfd. "Whle I Iw Il Washidton," he said, "we
rained iMtaleyf to be len ds d ps i policy."

1 NM WIT: KeMpg alive tradition that the White
JIes t a Ipl 1 of hs head l ed m ad the arts, President
JoMe Itld laam Dak to bhe reception for Prime
MiterUirAlben Duplim. ake, at his comical best,
dimeM l eeamil os ways. Who he went
t hAM beg ,hmbhe to mea the Prmdent, DBee as
Md a lMk M sA"I sft Ny, I dt't ciea the
a e .)

SOmeus i s MT ldy Ky, a pno l down p-.
k imau= fr n Ill Bset do. e eame tamuo
Oflweft d aiuwo #*e i *here lad week:
N mili fty IthM a k-ht b a wy a in your fWee,
il i I peyM tso wesr geits oino the wrinkin
ram hiye w e L jimeeery eyes smly, a 'w
-' **

,aE an St sabwne s wre hveem of
4L w ai a I mmd Ms. t L D Ludne,
*- ia N r a : UkbUeartine Aiistant o ab
S* 5 wa *Iy of thbe Navy.


S-ip t
2*w~n


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1. Rawt do s.m fuly aid peAIy In on- mm a
3. PAul ml Aides of importa cOntiWoM ali is.
The Whs tuhphuss: AN DupeuI eaIs-37tS441
Wen Ads-476.4672
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Math

hat China will not tolerate a
pro Western government
in Viet Nam on Cias's bor-
der any more than the United
States would tolerate a pro-
Communist pover nt in
Mexc. But Presidft John-
so disagrees, or at least
feels that, for political rea-
son, he must disagree and
avoid negotiations oith Pe-
king on the subject
TRADE WITH CUBA is an-
other iuusatio of the in-
creasing diversity of allied
problems Both President
aJohn nd Prime Minister
Alec Douglas Iame of Bri-
tain are facing elections, and
the are s quabblq about
trade with Castro because
they think it is good politics
at home to do so.
President Johnson does not
want to be accused by the
Republicans of tolerating any-
thing that seems to help Cas-
tro, so he cuts off aid to Bri-
tain for selling buses to Cuba,
even thou g h he knows this
will have no effect either on
Britain or Cuba.
Similarly, the British Prine
Minister defends the sale of
buses because he does not
want to be accused by the
British Socialists during an
election year of dancing to
Johmon's tune.
The points of controversy
could be multiplied Indefi.
nitely. There is more inter-
national c o n t e nation, not be-
cause there is actually great-
er danger of war in the world
but because the nations qow
believe it is safe to play poli-
tics with foreign policy.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON re-
cently remarked in California
that if all the dangers of to-
day were to be solved tomor-
row, then there would be
a whole new crop of contro-
versies next week.
He is probably right. The
big cold war between Moscow
and Washington has been
broken up into a wore or
more of little cold wars,
which in turn engage the in-
terests or the prestige of the
major powers and person-

De Gaulle, having lost In-
fluence in Asia and Africa
when he had military power,
now seems determined to try
to regain influence ti Africa,
Asia, and even Lin Ameri
ca without any power.
This will undoubtedly pro-
duce new controversies in the
future, but President Johnson
is adjusting to it. If De
Gaulle wants to share the
misery of leadership in such
a complicated world, says
Johnmson, why not let him try
it?


Focus on Sanity Issue


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Meday ,Fuamy 24. 1964 G.lesvi. SM 5


&* Pedyv Fun Egntd
k. ^ -.^ *' ' ; --- ^2


PARTY FAVORSB- Ppeamn blasw i pls, a p td fofl ad some decdan
tiom make dhightfdl at fiurem for a chldm's Mbirtay edebratim.


By CEMX Y OW, ag d the tw shapes, crAAl
Jamas Press ad BMsW 1 the fletweem to make a neck.
BIRTHDAY PARTIES are so CV the remainder f the fOi'
important to the y that ev-!k pointed ears at the top and
ery loing mother need to have a long, curved tail at the bhot
a c up evetom. Gle eyelashes of felt.
make the party tablepretyn ad '. --.'
amusing o construction paper, or masin,
tape; add a gumdrop for a nose
Attractive paper plates, cu (moisten o end of candy am
and place mats can be bought, it wi stick to foil), and tie a
but wot about place cards and bright ribbon bow around the
hvor? That's where you maY eck. For a extra touch you
get stymie migt perth a tiny bit of arti-
One of the gayst homm ade& flow oa top kitty's
favors we've come on is ty head. f you're uong her for a
Cats. ThesM are nothing but I p cad opm he card with
kittens" o e i from applechild's name against the tip of
or popmrn babls and alum Iher tail.
foil. Here are the direction es recipe for popporn
KITTY CATS ball s cue you plan to use
Tear off lo h piece of for the Kitty Cats.
18-inch wide super-strength OLD- FASHIONED POPCORN
aluminum foil and place On a: B
table. Put two small apples or cup' ir pa b ,rown
popcorn bags, about 3 inche s
apart, along thedgeofthe foll i g
sheet. (If you use apples iace cp light corn syrup
them on their sides.) Bring up cup wer W.
the edge of the foil ad roll the 1 teaspoon vinegar
apples or popcorn bafls in the 2 tablespoon butter or mar-
sheet of foil. Crush ooely gre


2 garts ms9NSd -
Ina a medium saucepan sti
te the brown sugar, sy-
-up, water aMl vinegar. Cook
river medium Ibeat, stirring con
tanty, until ixture boils. CM


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DIo


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Was, ..... Womab flugr

Informal Party Fetes


Bridal Couple


HaMi g iaBAre Pmisa at the Gaestile Golf
Sa tr taMM W Nr gand Comary Cb.
NlMM" Jr. d Saulrdamy nins Mr. tand
Wr. adV. i mikL. M ri nBn 0. Frakin and Mr.
a .t, ,,.w.Vaa_ -., d MrB Spprgmo leMry w
l# at teir iM- M" nttah wilh a doer partly
Sfor at b PrviM and Mr. Nh'm
Te trk*e -to. w preo at the Frmanklin ne.
ad wUh a gt of dtei h ber
chama pattm e a ma coe va .
Crm"i. a ssi aWO *
jImled i to M brieWt's

Sr. of Ja9ovl o.
aote, Mr. Up Puw|I^I


A red sand wine color note
was featured la te party p. Given
ointds with red and white
armati awd fsodragons An open muse for t grad
dw Mhe a& i Sabe titi p 3ir ,Ft. Aea. OAM


inue cooking, stirring frequoet-., o n e
y to _- ....- on a c ilhe party Iidhdl Mr and
krmoeter, r Mtw e Mrs. M l nict Srt, r.N Kare
le mature dropped in cold Cdwia SuWo Slade,
water forms a hard baL e Wayne Harris, JIa Garner and
-v from e at; ky ad DdTo a all Jakmoaulle;
stiesled. Pourdeoilyover& beae u f ra do sd ad
pop eo a lge p Dgl Davis Tab ne.
mixing wen Z" pouri. Form D
into balls, as little es Saturday, Mrs. James I.
sure as possible. Makes 15 pop- Huges aid her dager Miss
corn balls, 2 1 inches ti di. Jane. will give a 1 o'clock
meter. hwoes to comnpuMot Mi


COCOA-MIX COOKIES
% cup soft Ltter or marga.
rine
% cup sugar
% cup instant cocoa mix
legg
I cup flour
% cup (about) chopped pecan


Purvis. The party win be gi.

Brides'

Book


Jai5g AN orces rW ur
cs Training Corps cadets was
given yesterday lernoo by
Colonel William Boe Jr. and
Mrs. Boa at their Ine, 2M
,NW 4th Lan-
Clonel d o2a is priemor of
Air Sduce at the University
of Florida.
The open house Inelbded an
rientation session to give
candidates a preview of serv-
ice life in the U.S. Air Force.
Detac ent offices and their
wivem also were guests during
the aftmrnon.

Church


ir:.J .


S saw" = k RIDAY, Ferary U r,,, ies
ibutter, .' cocoa mix andg I lV
egg. Add flour, stir until bleOdh L honoring Miss Ka&
ed. Cover and chill for several rm Owens, bride to-be of ITUDAY, Febrdury
hours or overnight. Using a lev- Robert Rowe, 12: p Mrs.
el tablepoo of dough for each, Robert L Jooa. Gaesvule add rur n* I
shape into small blls. Ro, Golf ad County Club. I pn., Circle 4, Mn. Ralph
pressing slig htly, in pecans. we^ o f Dupee, 211 NE 171t Terrae.
Bake, inches apart, aun-
greased cook eeL in a Will, daughter o Mr. and Ms a.m., Crcles and 2, Mrs.
ate (3 degrees) ven for and C. A. Abrams nd Mrs. A. N.
t ite es 1 ad lte MNaara, m ofMrs. Tset, 53 Boulerd.
to 12 minutes akes g Bertral McNamd ara and
the late Mr. McNamara, 7:31p M- Circle Mrs Franl
Music Teachers t i (C a pd. Ms a a I. 113 N Trrac


Meet Tomorrow MUDAY, Fe ry 3
... ..too he Weddg of Min Dea Ilo
A merettaua daughter d Mr.
GaiWile Music Teadera Aad Mrs. Lncaster Jamemo,
selatol as j n hnouced ai Melvi Dougl. LyeI, am
for tinroo 10:15 a.m t of Mr. and Mrn. Melvi Ly
the Utflity OpUf ratuO C Rle hmond, Va., 7:03 pa.,
56 SE th Avenue, 'Mrsm Northeast Church of Crst.
Ruhi Jmae will psenr -
toer dotmatioon ob *drg. W
o( the perceptive.rhythmic, ml
psyclmgial probens alnolved
In S rdig dg. Coffee wl be ,


Senator John E. (Jack)


iS


invites you to mot and talk with himl
concunig his canidocy



FOR


GOVEI


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GuInm Wmo Club
a. 2 W. um Ae.

TUESDAY, mUARY 2.5
I1 *. -ZI '


(31


Calendar Of Events


TDAY., ,hrb


aryld


Gimvill Garden aCb,
Board of Diremr, 1:3L&.,
eQmg ity Roaa t uary Fe.
denri SinW g ad Lmo W
Uiverity City Bridge
(*, 7:3 p. m., Univerby
of Forida Faulky C(, West
NewbMmiy Rost
GujeBvmle Bridge club, 7:3
P. m., Remto Coter.
Alpha Game Delta As
me Cb, p.m., Mrs. Barb-
r Keller, Broward HaD.


ajm,, Mrs. J. B. Henry, 10 SW ghn, 7 NE 5thb Avenue: Lot.
Md Drive. u, Mrs. Albert Wans de Czege,
tUiverity aty Bridge Club 3Mf SW lst Avenue; Rose,
7:I p.m., WO 1 wll 1v w wMrs O'Neal Cox, 1l NW Ilth
t terrace. Road;
University Wee', Club 7:30 p.m., Misa, Mrs.
Newcoers r,' .... Wade Ring, 319 NW N5th St.;
mwooImeM .8: p.m., Carnatlin. Mrs. IK
SA. Kerslake, 2511 NE llth Ter.
OapterAP, PCO, 10:3 ma,1race: Geranium, Mrs. C. G.
Mn. G. w. Womau, Mrs. Ed Hass, 1 NW 1Mst Terrace:
H m o4, M NW l Bo. hydnea, Mrs. G. J. Fti,
rdl .218 NW 12th Terrace; Jasmine.
Como Club, 2:31 p.., Mrs. Mrs. James Niblack, 31 NW
Jams Brow, w NW th in Aveue.
Court. I


TUESDAY, pFm ary 5 FRIDAY, Februy N
H .MDAY, Feruary I Gainesville Bridge Club. ,
American AsseoiaCon of tUL.d a. m. Holiday Inn.
t Women, Anual Hs ,Col Rebeah dge, Bridge Party, Gainesvle Wo.
ans' Night Bridge, 8 pm.'I Am"., Ha 7 SE man's Club, 1:30 p.m., Club-
Mrs. S. S. Koru, 1131 SW th A e houne
Road. Gainesville Garden Club Cirj Gainesville Little Theater,
S Dreme rest Wodme Cir c. "Ten Little Indians". 8:30 p.m.,
de, 7:3 Odd mla :3 a.mX., Begonia Mrs. My-. 40 NW 16th Avenue.
e, : pm., ewsro W. Wheat Jr., 3 4 NW
Hal 4th Lane: Chrysanthem u m, SATUDAY. February 2
Tuesday Evening Supper Mrs. 0. W. Nester, 3157 SW Gainesville Little Thea-
Club of Gainesville, p.m. 4th Place; Daisy, Mrs. Harry ter, "Ten Little Indians", 8:30
10 West University Av e. Prysowty, 752 NW nd St.; p.m., 45 NW 18th Avenue.
Daylily, Mrs. Edgar W. Kopp,
Xi Phi apter Beta Sig a18 NW 11th Road; Diat "Fe tim Th 's A
Phi, p, Guaranty Federal Mrs. W. L. Thomas, 171 l NW To. WIt"
S.if and Wan AnoaLoKt, EsR, ; Gardenia, M. AL ER
Dr. Dona l osoa Jr., g" C. Sd Jr.,, 3 NW Uth W A LE
speaker. Ave.; Hibiscus, Mrs. Robert lUil srsI
U Education Wives C L Bailey, 314 NW16th Ave- fu aLTU8
Backyard Garden Party, 10: nue; Palm. Mrs. Walter P ahw w .r
am., homes of Mrs. R. L tewart, 124 SW 23rd Street; -
Johns and Mrs. J. M. Leps. 9:45 a.m., Gloriosa, Mrs. G.
G. Kirkpatrick, t1 SW list
Merrysteppers, 8 p.m., Roe- Avenue: Magnolia, Mrs. J.
ration Center. Lance Lazonby, NW 18th Ave-
Reception honoring Senator n:
John E. Mathews Jr., D i 10: a.m., Gladiolus, Mrs.
tce Candidate for Governor, M. H Baxey, 1 NW 12th
and Mrs. Mathews, 4 to 6 p.m., THeace;
Gainesville Woman's 1:30 p.m., Camellia, Mrs. J BONDED
Clubhouse. H. Simons, 1122 SW llth Ave-
Altrusa Club dinner meeting. FOAM FABRICS
nue Z:UpAm, Funers Mr.S


7 pa.. Holiday Inn. B. Be a, 41 W
2:00 p.m., Founders, Mrs. D.
7 a""R B. Beasley, 415 NW 1st Street:
WEDNESDAY, Feruary 3:00 p.m., Amaryllis. Mrs.
Gainesvile Bridge Club, 7-30 H. McDonald, SW 1th
pjm., Hoay Inn. Court; Azalea' Mrs. J. Wayne
SReitz, 2151 W. University Ave-
University Medical Guild, 1:46 nue; Dogwood, Mrs. Fred Lau.-


IM NE7 7mm Trce.

1i:3 am., WSCS Executive
Committee, any Room.
I:3 aum., Barbara Donald.
o Qrce, Mrs. James R. An.
dermO, ll NW 3 lt Aveme.





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The basic Idea of bonded
foeam fabrics is wonderful They
do give more body, provide in.
sulation and warmth.
There are, however, two
kinds of bonded foam fabrics.
You may be buying a real gem
sometimes designed to do
the job it's supposed to, with
plenty of life in it beyond the
first few wearing,
Or you may be buying an
item which will wear and lool
ood until you hae it cleaned
Then the bnd comes part
and you find that the foam and
fabric were not married -
they were only having a date!
It's needless to complicate
matters by giving you many de-
tailed suggestions on how to
recognize one from the other.
The simplest rule is the easiest
Ask, just ask, at the time you
buy, if your bonded foam coat
or jacket can be cleaned with-
out losing its bond. That's a'l
And for oil your cleaning by
people who care-
CALL OR BRING THEM TO
S f S CLEANERS
ab0 y ** C. oha e- Cary
503 SW idSt. Ph. 172-4184


OPEN TILL

9:00 P.M.


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7 O'CLOCK SPECIAL


WOMEN'S
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AT'IES, Ga. (AP) -Mar*i
State woa e eod amnl
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taSml -wi"r lm amd bhq
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p-ie, hea t lideaf t IS.
The Senols w on ey
event the yard medley r-
by, but racked up a record time
d :21.4. However, they had a
strog oeddry -i. lo.
rid cotied to capture the
records. '
The Florida fretoem failed
dat41. Other cores bib-n
d Georgia tech Georgia i5,
NiMl-Dakie JDor Coloe 5,
Georia Fntshma 1, dtab-
Friday's ssult on the rac
ors, when wn bied,
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eats' W-7 victory over AOurn
Saturday night- Tech nw tis M
Both team ave oly two
games left and Tech must win
both uwhie the Wildcat loe at
ast one to stay n ite nming.
Kentucky is at Alabama to
night and Tech is at Florida.
Other games ind Tame at
Anbn ad VadkMit at Gew

A Kentucky vichry be
wll dmiknate Tommoo, abs.
The Vokteen sAtfd the
fourth cooence eat, a 744
mes to Alabm a, Saadly
h. In other gaies, LoSin
ma tat beat dNbIWa I
W71 adi Vadarit daoed
Flrrai I-S.


Tilme's lswasits taiml
a row, the t hdrlte t*ak
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mamn th GaeOile, aaw ly
-ne pm away fr a whim
mae, ait beat iradlial I
vSId URndtray toinward
the worst hinMg aso. MNCAA
history, a *I maria
ha k I e final ful week of
he amaa. Keducky is hobt to
8 Ulio ix MMedny and
GmgIa s bthot ts Fardah
State Tum ia A maiearm

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game reminds after that Ta-
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in a ge finally chel d
for Feb. 1 e game, a ho
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Frulman B4 GBI ak
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Jerry Livfita o Mar*S *
set his third adtWtO eed
of thtwo-day meet wheA be
broke the lyad bottfly
mark twice. He de ta a pre
luminary: .U a th rack-
ed up :52. in the fial.
Another rlokda record
pmter was ay W h e
who broke the yard Wiiu
al medley mark Friday. He
mined the Mard -d
today wit a :6.T7.
Flida's Dick Fawmi tled
ie own recnd In hto 1-yard
baekmtrke at :S71
Records fell in each event
Friday except the y
styl, ad JIa fghtam d b
Miami, who finished sod
the flas, broke thl rmord in
th pre inaries wh a tmne
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Jerry ULivingsto o hfris
set the -yard butterfly rec-
ord twice. Early In the day he
swam the distance b 2:Mi.5 i
the preliminaries, ald t hen
clocked 2:0.6 in the lsmi.
Ray WIetie Flor
mm the W pard individual
medley in record time twice.
He had a 4:40.4 prh ar
time, then beat that with a
4:tJ in the fials.
Dick Farw of Florida set a
record for the yardback-
stroke with 1:MS, ad Doug
Kruge Florida State sapped
the a yart breeitstroks re
rd with 2:M.J.
Larry Caghan Georgla
Tech set a yad frk tyb
record with 1:.0, and t For-
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Bob Head connected f a
hokbi e at the Galvilene
Golf ad Country Cub yester.
day to win for the Florida
Heart Association d MON in
Supment for himself.
Head aced the I. yard par
Itre in the special First
Flight Hole-.e mContest spon-
sored last weekend by the
First Fight Company i coop-
eration with the Florida Heart
Association.
A total of 57 golfers at the
GGCC entered the contest by


purchasing three First Flight'hole.


DATUMA MACH (AP) -
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has .ogoi.d d wl,

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to 6a lot. Jo. Wetherly.
Aste wat Sofity's S1
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JL mul .. a hour, R ibard
sid nw that he had won his
"I* Ine", Mbe it ms time
to aa for thi pot chapo-


Petty made iix pit ops,
three while the cars wee der
te yelw cuti flag, o hi
way to the victory ad a purse


gof b. The coatest was
statewide with the Florida
Heart Fund being guaranteed
Head, who fired an in his
roud, was playing with Tom
Hmasen, Dave Funer and
John Cochran when his seven
iron shot found the cup
It was his second ace, the
first coming about a year ago
on the old GGCC course.
It also was the third hole-in-
one on the Country Cb's new
course, all of them on the same


Three Games End


Area Cage Action


'V--e games tipght willI
rwe u area hgh dWhl bas
keal regular eason py
adse at the state for group
tourney action starting rs-
day nighL
Star will play Orasge
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Park at Green Cove Spring
North Marion is host to Wills
ton and Keystone Heights a.
tertains St. Augustine St. Jo
seph's at Merose in tonight's
action
Area teams are involved in
widely- scattered tournaments
this we Sit range from
Gabemsvile to Mondtea and
Yue to the North and Lake
Weir to the south
Cedar Key grabbed th area
we"ht title for regular sea.
Im pby a l14 record. The
loe i for Coadc Ron Bmon-
mitt's am was a onepoint
declos to Cla A Prry.
The Taylor Co. B dops drp.
pd ly two ga this year,
both in AA Ch oeawatehe.
Schelible and stadip:


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ThI atd em was a re.
i r b apthray -d he
so n a Wkrout la rMIdL
P haltb h*t* eariy part
f h rme by Pad Godunmt
1 Ma Cty ad Bobby Ieac
of COala, N.C., t, aamdne.
I, N.C., aonr lapped the
fl he te rae was half
oer a lapped t a aecend
tine bdire taking the check
The led damed hnodo d
ie- berom Petty took the lead
for bep.


Thomson Is

Manila Open

Champion
MANILA (AP)-It took Peter
Thoame ame tries to nail down
the OM jackpot in the Philip
pine Open Golf tourney, ad
then the happy-hlucky Aus.
tralian had to o to a playoff to
win it.
Thomson did it the hard way,
rising frm six strokes back
oan the final round Sunday for a
ti with Doug Sanders, then tak-
ing the title on the first hole of
a suddedeath playoff.
He aid Sanders each had a fli
nal road fourunder-par I on
the Wack Wack Club course and
finished with 31s for the 72
holes. Thirdound leader Bob
Charles ballooned to a final


round 75 and third with 2M.
"I first knew I could win it
when I went three-under-par on
the 12th hole," Thomson said.
"Charies is a great competitor,
but he was playing too shakily
out there."
Sanders and Thomson, who
had made eight previous ap.
pearaces in the tourney, went
to work on the playoff immedi-
ately after the regular play was
ended.
Thomson won it with a bogey
5 to Sanders' double bogey 6.
The Aussie's winning shot was
a 2 foot putt after Sanders
missed a flve-footer.
Former U. S. Open champ
Gqe Littler tok fourb with a
71 for 3M,W beailer puieh
Tung Yo of NationeM bt ,


Petty awd ahi blo 1,N P iy
ha beauotolt despite
the fact that it was nm ig wit
a new en em that bad not bee
Med "atti wel took the pa.
rade lap."

Jimy Pardue of North
Wllkabo, N.C., also in a I14
Plbmouth, finished second,
while Goldnisth was third in
still other Plymouth.
Marvin Panch of Daytona
Bech, Fla. followed the Plym-
outh triumvirate by finishing
fourth in a 14 Ford.
Petty, at ythe youngest man
ever to win the Maale race,
explained that his pit crew
-with his father's crew chief-
changedat leat one tire on his
car during every pit stop.
The three wrecks put out
David Pearson of Spartanburg,
S.C., who hit the wall when his
tire blew; John Rutherford of
Fort Worth, Tex., and Ned Jaz
rett of Camden, S.C., when they
collided; and Jim McElreath,
who hit the rail on the west
turn of the 2.5mile tri-oval.
Pearson, whose stomach was
scratched by the dashboard of
his 1964 Dodge, was the only
driver to suffer injury.
New Reard
Petty's record speed erased
the record of 152.5 which
Glenn (Fireball) Roberts of
Daytona Beach set in a 193
Pontiac. *
Twenty cars finished from the
original field of 46.


Goincsville Sun


Published evening except
Saturday, and Sunday morn-
in by the Gainesville Pub-
lin Company at I01 Si
2nd Place, Gainesville. Florida,
and entered as second clau
mntter at the Post Office it
Gainesville. Florida.
CIRCULATION RAT IYS
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To 4*Year Pact


LA PORT, a. (AP) -
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fia hoday mgl ad ei ed
bto oet a oIrar he to
biw n. AtlAOeaNy aNbo
mMer.B&A bb hObelliwe6m


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Iook, Points

And Wins
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db i ari b ing I bge e's
a. helad thma to uicies.
ChtibiSo, Se NaioalS
BaidS AimMm's peer
alal boring eabnpres, nem
ha pled o a ed-ls dt.L
He -em denied to bC-
The 7*4ot star md the
lafst f" p &la as e
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Weisn -p Ls Anges
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attorney, l Ner, aid mhe
wOt ahe tbfrther aeI
otil fl the mot dw met .I
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able use *A Nb hiod 4S
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fmo isnto accel aam
trac, wha legne Cade
"f* and ainhh" adUdo
m e lbe IWa, hem he was
ml to 6 i 'ie. Ia
contra ct he 4 t w L
Wi the l i of sprig
trali le than a week away
I.ad the sm uea to begin&
int le istnantws s, the p.
sim of IS Fil y ad toe
1Amrium lA-w w- w*nh
iNg a pitof throwing the M
cmi hi a o a i.
Fray, w ftinrg his piod
f bickedriog tha dined a eom
tad to play ib Lonwlle, Ky.,
aid hid semral t ei-
d the league to give a per
mission to e to OakIand,
Calif., resed to amuMat be-
ytd his acpcqace stAimet.

Addk I he had cMuld N-
ar bees making his dedsin.
Friuey said "No oamtoL" He
also refid to em t whenA
MkadIhldbamyplMacoffl-
ifg a suit agalst the Ameriean

ahmest in spmlin the fewr
year oinactlata d the two.
year )m he hiambd & iet
hae ego*.* f .- mum
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kwigedgef that so far sales
bad aNounwd to aly 4 EMm
sad ti a late nsa would be
asmsy tr mit mhe b is
"ant." Ticprt prices a seal.
ed nir Sto I$a.
Fan apparently e m It
seoe in pag 4We prim for
seats be the ride asd
for a flthat the iaed
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wimi alofsteac there.


UCLA Just One Step Away


From Perfect Cage Record
C1I


By MURYWAfs
AmiS leu n t W.
uLA, whm gnlm NCAA
bue. tourim et perfounb
aem he ben alin as per-
fed In reverse asu ts -beat
rnd fi eamo, c- cach
t6 B14 29 thistO etNOWr
bhtk hp o%=lfty to--
I ali theM lb d gbief
tm wiped toe p

spear I sigoth t a .


0 naDoB'* No. 1 tam
diocfaed at Iat a ier for the
corumeoe nmphap wit a
mm*roSeli"l r trk i
-mph em Statd Saturday
mgbt
Amng o other top-aal
eas, Michigan, Keni*ky,
Duke, Wichita, kOregon State
md Dvils, won while Vi" a
nova and Drake were upset De.
Paul dhat play.
Leading UCLA's attack have
been sekr Walt Hamrd and
j Gr GoodrdLThey did
Saa SaturdAy ght, scoring


u p o i om m1 Ha- which It beat 78 Saturday
urd had 2 ad Geo*llih a L The toam ,,A
Each, hbee. wa ,,d hIltrky.
by Slor's Tom Doe, who Duke, 1, mu wait aSd
pthed b poadL. In fact, the fM week befor battlinginthe
BruInes' ad to throw up a fu- Aaotie Coast Cofeence tba
court pml the u d seco hal hal a he B Devils
before they wl overm ue a clinched first place in renlar
M ha e dcit ea play, waop ar
Kcatbcky, M, med into land M .
the lead of the oDasutrn Drake, hoping to skyrocket
Cofeenrce, ripping Auburn frm last to first in their
Swhile Georgia upset Georgia dur VaIley Coadermea i m
Tech KRsthl ly aid Gew. sem, was detd slig
gi lek hale bme td or firs, by Caendaaii l4.l, b flt i
but i a Wil fs' very u- inA gam
pled with a Yeow Jackets' de- MC Rae T
feat would ad th race. The defeat, coa d with
Play Tegt Wichita's 5- triumph agpaet
B tebm py hig,^Kee St. Lais, threw As MVC race
tacky at Alabm and Georgia into a tie. Wichita, IN, p
Teea ai rdl. Tula ad Norlt i Stat,.
MNet, s ra ddmus &while Drake uto Tis and
loch wito State ior tih SLt. Li. "i
hBig e led torayl Oregon State, ms E the
d8 i .o onor Wisconsin. If NCAA's indqpeaD teams, wi
thdo e edo that way,its rd pma bi start,
th gh, the Woerines sl wit hapg Idbe .
n the oC berth since Ohio Villanova, i tuna
state wed to the tournament meant indepad ell to a Ph
In rectly adelphia naivr, St. Joe ph's,
DavidI, 21-3, opens its bid M3. Thle l om wasthe thirdfor
for the S mhn Cmfence spot he Wildcats agaiest 1 vt 4
IThursday agalst The Citadel, tories.


High School Runner Helps


Australian Crack Record


ByBOBGEEN i
AsM ateS Pae Spots Wrber'
NEW YOU (A) Gary
UIk G in a shy, tway itte
kid who mseed a lit awed by
k Big Tows Awed, 1 IM d ,
right up the starter s gm
smudei for A timeaNb race
b Madi So n Gardi.
Ies The fralk paarig, 17.
-yeard, UI4 d r pm S-S
kane's Job Rqgnr HI
Stepped ot to a qwick ledI,
reputed a couple of ear"
chaD~iu by Australa's Rom


arke, ran mot of a tinter-
national field nto the boards
ad paced Carke to a indoor
Carte's logl5t 1:3:.4 d-
fort, which diped ix fuR sec-
ms off the hied record, nwo
athlete IB Se ih nmtiial AAU'
indoor track and field ai
ships Saturday.
Earer, burly Bob Hayes, a
Moethm fefooal player I rom
Florida AiM. belted to a lg-h
awaited U record ino the -
yard dash, eclpsing sthe flat


Basketball Scores


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dgr, akig his rt at-
lept aver at tee MM Ins
- ra hrd baled rlOu
ud NewYork vai PFeteMoW
i km was icugt in :3,
Just eight-nthds a mend
o- the America im's list-
ed mark.
'A trd idoor record u set
by the North CwalHM esa
hing in 1.11.3. Asdkw Me-
Cay, Numa Tal, Robert
Jo so and Edwin Roberts r
le of 4, IN, 3 and' S
In addieelia, Cs Hays
Jam e lfd t met record
of seconds lat bG Old
high hurdles, NYU y GaryG
wr set a meet mark wh& a
*2% S put asd Mvlrll
State's ile relMay tla hbr
Om meet record at 3:MM

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*iinlev Retains


Indoor Net Title


In Early RoSes Win

In Early Rounds


the marthes Hgie final
wn am* a buher of Mcw
Key, who pla d M am
dring the last hOun the
st National Indoor Champion
McKinley and RIaoe, team,
mates in the doubles ampeti.
OW 0MNW I i,... axIW a
bfon log a semutdl match
to Muel Su i ut d Jose
'AinaSdSpok 34.,*14 MA
ft whie no ad iweM t
through s smilinal sils
Bitch in 1 mibnuts Saturday
atrWoo, McKhey btd
Sntana e2% hours Saturday

Peamon Best
Golfer Again
MIAMI, (AP) -4 An.
IN ARl utfielder Albie
P em muiwd a patter for a
bit tody a winning the a
mnl N el Basebai PFlyers
Gil Twnmlet
PerIsM who utstroked un-
r In Harrelsomn of the
Kamu Olty AthletiMs 2 tM
for k holes eftSmday nlght for
te Aapi' training camp in
Palm Sprp, Cal.
New York Yakees' pitcher
Ralph temy carded a a for a


&UAW, ML (AP) -
*t" M elley, alI
* ha egi nepd a Na*O

Meinler, te ai's No. 1-.
a p layer San A



BlE IafBklIMd, Caif.
Uoun 1w ke defend
capiona and McKinky won
the title in li.


Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch-
WHERE?


706 waT UNVI3SIVY AVOWl
I-7


PETE


WANTS


WINNER!


am OLF'MN


The Wio P W Pn Uidr
WIA haltsio t WI ys.
aCOM AN mf IT, COUSINS!"


THIS LIST CONTAINS. AMONG OTHERS,
THI CORRECT WMS FOR THE PRIZEWORD
PUZZLE FOR SUNDAY. FE. 2.3, 1964


HINT ROOTS
LAST RUE .
IVN6 SIX .
LW SEAM
LOVING SINGER
OGLE SLAM r
Ow SLAP,.
PORTS SORTS
PORS TINT
POTnEI TIRING
ROP TOMB ..
S WINE
MWIRIN6,
RAVE


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I Glewevil Sm 7


aM before wianing ,'gK

Eagles Eye -
Joe Kuharich,
Jim Tri le
PHIIADELPHIA (AP"o
Iluarf or Ji Ttrimbe AM
partedy will be new head
eamch d the PhMt*In ae
gin bt owner Jerry W m
i uib there is nothing wd ts
lle Philadelphia InBrW re.
ported today that Wemb has
swung back to the tw names
high on his original listAt can
didates after failing to obtatoin
Norm Van Brocklin of t Min-
.neus Vikings and l-aring
definitely that Pad Browr for.
mer coach of the Qy ae
Brown, is not interested in the
job.
7w lnqirer said this was
what was told by a wefl.
formed source in the National
FooUa League.
Wohnap said from his hoMe
in Chevy Chase, Md., that there
will be an anmouncemmtsil
week.
Asked if Kuharich, fomer
Washington RFedskihs' as re
Dame coach, and Trimble, head
coach of the Eagles fm 195
throughM 1, re the two top
prospects, Wolna said:
"I'd rather not commeaLt. Un-
til we have something definite
and complete with whom we're
working with, practically no
one's eliminated."

SHIPMENT |
S of 1964
SRomblers & Junp


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4. WI


A-p w oud up I l t-l M O Mlr 11,imt & me,- l si i it a e l ik SI ,,ban i
Sflday -OU at Mhe P. L 1 rhMary T4lall1 Sbt b1g SI1 u"rs ikst bleku
Y e,2 ga t Fr imy i M aya Ha a mte, D ine a l We tLw, a ahu sntI b n b m 's as )
op played a close gPM wift NMge oeNibsD oMe W&k GV m me a a d he ad aw* a* hy
PKY. ly toI loht net mandn, aiJ*' ty o laIartepi laaIe bWtW agldst 2Mis pa. ibel i4d
the high scorer was DeNHar- that bia -te"m Kme0 powers Mike SaNht, e MStal t fdimm g Bdlt
ga I the se pino I- we since the b$kPgi e r eBril, Pay Boles, t te t idity Meial C a
op lasi to Betnh PilY jI t uchel. We iouM Mt t 1 t1lkard JSih,' ,J-Home, M ite. B it isprtat tMat o lt
ap ;g g0 atthe kin*m f air stuedwls r-'Wafhr, Gr Le i who were Ca(y Stripes 1is
mat Bachho cme a t I gii the football an bail lay, oby Sal, J a ps er m rely a
wiatl. undefeated MMea ad s.s. snerf aiie madlCharles Hooker. The i year if they wih to be to
a led showing at the tour l t ba m a M ighl pet theprgramn.
aulUo Iell. We i,,t pori of jazz. Latin American The Naioal Met Scholar.
Westwood came from a poorSelece Fair. Ui t rhyWts and contapory ip QIlify Tat w be
sea m tylto Un Iheouad had a g.ad tnes fto o of applause Oim March lIth for Juior.
Bist cane through a poor e f= the aS. Ahe rgstrdla H l ad
sea- l made a poor tour- Te MI Aniual Meet inic, restrts sitahouli apply to e.
una showing! Allduring blt week ttsponsoreby theAadla Coho-erMr. Selle or Mrs. Stevens.
Thsyears players:. Tquy science dig spred "*rai ty F.H.A was held ad day; In the annual Current Evdents
Haome, Bill Van Velduedin, Games 'Each seiasdit eo W o thiis weekhe ia tsedmdmemagpuleds eI
Larry Sheffield, Jack Rya, uwrte his nowrto the b'ff GU. audirium. The 1W e -pt week, Pal Ses was the
Jeftlmings, Fred Ameia, a piees cai ia the r. as under the able directionscool's h inber. SBar
Da a an. Stewe Joln, the wmr -m jr D c f r. obert L edisk Asm May ad
C4 ath Charls l0ephers. 1 A -Agrand g -bwali clte Meat Speculat aot US- GNw y W a. .
ce*'lbot, cinrtSh(0n dy.An a *d ^whrnd Comm tshtiinsom
MidaS! Butler. Jim Batti ai at the Sline Fair. P Ca verity of Frll. tqrit Shara Gllgher and A.
Steel Roundtsree. al Coie WN h al en tee m iiooe Weiter, the Saiberiiptim e
Wbh the close t tieteulf r"a y beP wirs a daity Wh eMrs. F Ha llr- tdr an BuiN essMaag re.
we msut also coe thhei s. ihe t atimoa te siy, have .ged
.. vtl nutrients needed by each second paymens a the karr
stden. Variety meats s as c smeaml are de by Marb
a 1 lver te. id, bra a 2. Failure to ae these y
SDUC OI heart were cooked and tted mos m time wi rmet in
for he l students who Iftureo the money already


By
MalY ANN ItUM
amd AlA ONUILA


attended. The importance ofmpaidk.
these meats in the averap diet 'lyouts for the Junior Play,
a brought clearly into fKm. "ld a pin" wee held
In additn to tudents tfrm Uoiy. Tbmday ad We*te
G.S.. we lad anbers of the day o this past week. The eut
Clinic fr Spu s Fe Newe- characters spe ed to be
ry, Micaopy, Hawthore, Wet- announced early this next k.


e Buchho bok careers hIn typing claes Mary Pal- O
played Westwood W riow moU. Nmicy Stapeto, Rle
SlastFriday night and st a CrOwderM a iver, Debbie re
heartbreaker by a -o of M. Taylor, Larry Cop SCa, 1 N
31. This was the only game Mers. Tony ean, d Har- Hornet a
Bucslz lost the bas d Mills typed from forty up
ketallseason.They playedito a high of s et-amn et tr
oth aenlg gaPme last S- words per miSte. 11 A
day uight at P. L r Yge. Tis aore was deteiew by Iel s G
Bo&hko played Howard Bb- taking off five for each ibe
op ad defeated them by the ret word. This o i ls uch
score of 52-23. Buchhob wols a more difficult to achieve than aot w
the 4ty trophy for this amm.corre word per miite By J71IN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS
If anyone would like to a this dact me for each lorreet
trop it is on display i theword.)i f
fronuway of B ol W are especiWy pme e compe ison w ith frm Te hornet Marching Band is
Wrgive our thanks to CaselMary PabW-uw ed six. years the EHS girls' basketball presently engaged in a fund
Elder for al the time and ef- ty-evn words wifit error te has one ex tdlm ran drive to raisfeiab far
fort be spent with our teIm and Toy Kennan win typ we with e" 8n a1 t ft new misra. After A r
The uske boys ab ed rtey- wraMt with" lmes Theyplyed in to e R- a spaghetti pmIer ad a L
thans for their effort, lit er. emd Confeaence uI m&they dance, they are weD over hlf '


WestOd Whipers
THere 'were no sad faceslwere raring to go. Everyone
around Westwood this week. A-- at this game count tell this
ter winal g the city tournament rnamet meant much to
for the junior high schools ev- bothteams. It ended in a vi-
eryone seemed in py spirits, tory for Westwood with a sacre
This tournament, starting oneof X to 27.
Friday with Westwood ply this wus a dose wit,
Buchholz. got off to a 2 eat
start with Buchho deeaed. a ~W l heWan tm -
shtades of both schools. Westr
This was a good game. Both .wood eve had a pep ray to
teas played well. We arehboost the players. This gase
proudof our boys for winning meat uch to Westwoad
just this game, but they did wih ep the peat tin-
win with great attitudes. at.feeir i-. adM am
Nowfor thebiggaimeahSat-hS a y.
unrday. The two winti dla i dIS c4rl w pre in-
Westwood and P. K. TYiplt d ad lsol Ithe SiSt


wer e e eat Y7 Caar ey. their o P Ii .
he boys em woo 1amesThe Para ..Medic
this sea and playe ra itat
tmnA semi f- inals umd was edy
they wen domed hy .u in Otffiial ec h
Mr. Fry direltd a o t We ic charter.
play, "Motw Miracle," a Feb. ?Te dab is rpnin
it 'Te calt was copood sel It lgin
Sa hboys SmCoACl, Lam. 7
ry Bolds, Sive Mancheer ad The Hawthoe H
Jo. Waers. The gy Library has rece
to prem t nthr play i the of new boe s a r
ear future, and anyo iter iconued efforts
aeted my tru for.a part Wakfield, librarian


l Chib di
registered
b received
last week.
ig a bake

igh School
d a omlnar
atumnber
MI of the
of Mrs.


With The


Boys


ml


- Ma h-bade sty
boa: lm inia 11
-oree m a igh


Seod li=a MMEt JaM L
Stat, sam Mr. aWa Ma .
Morris K. 3torer dr 1C IW
ght PL, l bem awarded
bM sam wimap M Shg 1
uada from Um States Air
Force navigator training at
James Cn AFB, Tn


oue He is beig reua d
to t AFD A Map
The lieunst is a graibate!
of Giesvlme High School
aid hba a balr degree from'
the UF. He wr rnu.insed
in =O Wp e m fllo Mf Of-
ficer IThi Sitial


Pvt. DeOgls M. Pm, 19, a
SMrs. 1Iai S. Fon of 7
W Fifth St., and Pvt. MIr-
-d C. Ruedge 17,. son
in. Vivian Rul ege of Mica.
s.p both completed eight
weeks of advanced infantry
ahuing recently at the U. S.
rmy Training Cter, Fort
ordo, Ga.
They were nstmuted In the
comical skills required in their
ork as Infautryen.
Both men tered the army'
t September after gradual
rom Lincoln h School.

Airman Lm wi A. Sim, ma of
ang A. Sims ofa Bnford, has
ee- reaied to Amarilo
FB, Te-, for tec tical train-
g.as a Unitd Slits Air
force fuel specaliat.
Airman Sims completed his
itial basic mlary training
t Lackland A Tex He at-
ded Brafrd High Schoo


F
ti


Army PFC James L. rk-
la, on of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
W. Kirkland of Trenton, Spei-
alist tour a"PWbe, iMof
Mr. and Mrs. Tad C. Barber
of Gulf Hanmock and other
members Odf the 7th Infantry
Division took part recently In
Exercise "SaOW Storm" in Ko-
Ma.
The week long feM trading
maneuver was designed to test
the division's aity to operate
under Korean winter codeio
and to mea the effect
erai ncolA l n men i m


Hat Be4- Mr.NDmoei>,e fbme^| I fldkl
Lost ke-, Weei ml I--
Now Hhel- "h..phy' e -"'"* BayStm m it
Hel ti a -ys de is fa paric- aver a oys wee now being
Si tep51m I. the N aU mu ktB B i t t the th inly d e Seed. w
For aMrerA t 4lpa mechi war cNIp
F I weCoateestl ad ftion toas aces, d ad to weari n
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man re espectans Fart e t -r h ir areb I Io jo veinv e int em oat 1
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of three children, w i l t W n moughs a w i r "-- -- B aSey.-
prison bas Satv*, *pi lg by aey aa u al Phem Pam Heiq
with slaying a boeke wh qb i e are d to
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there's oould er Fridq Id y 0gsgiealk Ikm
a ra I *d Fa, p a oar d a I it DBr a a a t m sy* a &
tas arraigned after a n- VW f aff rabder ai h itnl a a-
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kbo ia Lake COy.
lst Barer, a clerk If
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my in AvMt 1C, asi
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They also bring eny.
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Nle time they w m tbey wiring m
And yo e buy tbi kind
Of emdy you like.
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Today In History
By 111 ASSOCIATED PRESS Five years ago ... The Ameri-'
Today is Monday, Feb. 24can Bar Association's House of
he 55th dayof 19M. There are Delegates urged Congress to
Al days left in the year. !enact remedial legislation!
Today's highlightin 'wherever there are reasonable
Today highlight n history:grounds to believe that Su-
On this date in IN, Chief preme Court decisions weaken
Justice John Marshall an.1nternal surity
bounced what was described as One year ago ... A special
the most important decision Senate study group headed
ever handed down by the Su- by Mike Mansfield d Montana
preme Court. The decisionwarned that the fight for Viet-
came in the Marbury case and namese independence was fast
held that the Supreme Court becoming what they called an
had the power to declare 'infAmerican warthat couldnotbe
valid any act of Congress it justified by U.S. security inter-
considered unconstitutional. ests in the area.


This date
In 193, Arizonawas or-
ganied as a territory.
In IM, the United States ac-
qird a naval station at Guan-


'Bish.

BBnetl


'Stooge'?
MIAMI, Fla. (API-At a heat-
ed public hearing on expansion
of a Florida Power & Light Co.
plant, county manager Irving
Mcnayr leaped to his feet t,)
deny a charge that he was a
power company stooge.
When he sat down he appar-
ently was confused. He sat in
the lap of McGregor Smith,
FPL board chairman.


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C I. 5 o nl IS7thA~m
PR 6-660


(Advertlemat)
High School "Drop-Outs"
Prepare for Special Diploma


tiname Bay and a coaling sta-, GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Special) Equivalency Diploma at home.
tion at Bahia, Honda, Cuba. Thousands of men and women who With an estimated 46% of
dropped out of High School are adult population without a H
In 1 the Nazi party was now preparing for a special High School diploma, tie "Drop-
founded in Germany. School Diploa through a home problem is one of the most
bombe study coure which may be corn- ios confronting the country. M
In 1N, Allied planes bombed l as quickly as eir spare and womin are being held back
Wdhellmhaves. Germany. I time permits, business and social lit* bec
In 1i1,5 AWitan bombers1 This special certificate is called they lack a high school edu
mad we Am heaviest a High School Equivalent Diploma tiC,.
made one of their heaviest as-nd receives general acceptance Recent government reports
saults on Singapore. by colleges, universities and other dicate that a Hign School gradi
Ten years ago .. President acrediting agencies as a local High earns $75,000 more during
e rSchool Diploma. It is accepted in lifetime than a non-graduate.
Dwight D. Eisenhower pro- business and Civil Service for em. could mean that a diploma
poed a program to give federal ployment purposes. worth $3000 to $50.00 m
-workershier pay,. voluntary his course. which helps pre. if weekly inome,
worke higher pay voluntar a 'Droput to pass the An formation Home Si
inurance and pension plans. Florida Equivalency Certificate ex- High School Booklet is being
ams is being offered by the Nat.- ered free of charge to sern
LSe il VOUR ional sc of Home Study. Nit- minded persors wtln'i I '
..i Nn..-- iv ional has been chartered by the celive o High School diploma
IfrSilw .IBoard of Regents of the Univ. quests should ,..
in the "Business Oportunities' ersity of New York. Nator-' < 4 Hon- ,i
ehima n the Classified Sectio Men and women over 20 are Dept. G53, 413 Dode Comn
TOAY1 now preparing for High School wealth Bldg, Miami, Flo.


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!UF Expands
i Ph.D. Program
In Languages
' The University of Florida's
ICollege of Arts and Sciences
has expanded its doctor of
philosophy program in the Ro-
mance Languages to include a
major in French language and
literature. Dean Ralph E. Page
announced.
The University's Graduate
Council approved the new ma-
jor and the program. It will be
effective for the 1964-5 acade-
mic year said Dr. Linton E.
Grinter, Dean of the Graduate
School.
The Department of Foreign
Languages has offered a Ph D
in Romance Languages with a
major in Spanish since o19
The major in French language
and literature is an expansion
of this program, Dean Grinter
said.


y B GARY MAZW


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-REIJESS1

REVIEW


Public to Buy 'Space Stock'


_0 WKMhsam be n.sm,,N Som:a pr S aftm iesm
MS t bOir thed ah I fat C N iba l iabmeW Lhedola w hit d
potae 6e biv am *" k p as *A d k m eWW W s mamo it M
muli .1imp h BI ipthe legeima Beethgn simua .r na &a S *i*g d
S bRow% b,=, m % _, ko --"-ft
_m__________ n ....... sig -, s St 5 baa Sa
a beta pealt ,


MW YORK (AP) The stek
natm ud ireri mod-
en~tly Mn tr at the
OWsu a oamt key stch
were rtw.
Opefbba Idcded: Ge.
eedlEctrae, up % al%o
ON sam; Eitirt M&
cal lekO i Mapu in i.S .
6% a mUS; .6 Royal Dtch,

Aom, i- -

Clad Electric wa ws
dip c at oea 0 iam foi


y PAUL wIS I
TAUANASSER (AP)-A a
Meic .pl to t1w an the
avad Imw FINi Floridf
itthe on and treatment al
meS Weold i I n heag put

A mr alim is b ils t e
mentiiy rteded chifaal i
hume e federal aid ib b
qptp td drive. If nr.
Ida can mothM eralrdln
it wMi qumly r tbop
idtel .bh dlu -rM
t Fed a mlti ,M hak
W for dmb g the bic
PI, at* the rate of Medalto
1 state up to a mnea of
mstate division of Snland
Training cntr, headed by WS
uiE I.mapomies,winsbmitthe
S bec pl to WUa toM whim
t is completed.
*Thris abthoghtWofdch*
kig my of the pmet services.
We hope to utM ery single
vice nilab t eer v eow o -
programi," he 1 d
Under jt ae phase of the


Find Slain

Man in Motel
POMPANO Ac (AP) -
teh attend ody u a lM
Si~y identified as a Dutie
poSda wasm found aSday in
a bloedy memN room.
ai Alan y kfday a nd the
bod im o utwont itheed

ihd e tea sowm had

said ithe vicm bad eeMd in
on am t b theme time.
'ao itia' ar was be

blued to Dr. Gaded. lb




Seek to B


whoSam

da buyers feled. to
to be a pearnto a wl e(
mdm hi bi thb tae b


lowed by a black of X &arMs
d the sONs price.
. Reyqu Tebaco opened
.nmml ed*.a Inm.
mu Yak, -puthg.
mste pit ined 1% at
IM 0IM 34IhINa
Ra e -t gabs ws made
Aby ameott, Proc & Gm i
ble, Soahere CalmUbn
ad t Fe.
Iew oehashck pind % 9
U. &S. etod qpad a Ut
tam, up % at %. Ford rme
%1 eto 4 Mla me.


federal "gram. I wl
be aab to b^ ills
aitale tap id h e ten
for day care of retarded chi-
dro en
These caters exit amW In
Mimi, Tampa, SL. Feten
TaSeW LobCe a ty, rim
do, Barlow and Ulabel. Thy
were develped beige S fed.
ral aid wu thou" ., Mwa-
poles mlid.u
The conravnioal act, wel
would run for four yetn, wa
provide 0,W for ther
prpoee in the MoA d yw,
im$ f the WKrad, md mm
the fourth ye for.
iTea Seiadrtn n oe a.
ated by SabaleMd daby
ce ien aslnd ot tmype
wuSd iluneasB the aerx .
SuMad Trf -o wha


ats, for a pbout or a year ib
a SBledcarirl is abut (iAM
Thy cm be Sh y cem id
eats, for wAMat I$S a year, he
said.
Other prt of the federal m.A
tal retadio progim pro.
v*de for taUi erIm* t
dais to amid he ha*Umped
aid traina mtade for the
meta*y nrded
A low r I calmwi ir b
et p. Flori akay it
to land mo o Sdee muU
fltuMfo the Urvesaity of
Floor pre
a ethe pan of toh fedrat

aW to plcent pOsa'es



usm Coriani ls ad y d t


ihee ae plm eoW t i or the
o to p-r -a a.
tarddL


MAir K lLASHE&


ad ish edmd hr POie m-I
6 APL
au w be aSi*d m
VA IM M- &llMpm.
If %%k In kh S at &
ag-, i'm -,e fi amia

li wHidthd nra iehtm


wad b ao I N mR shbe M
a.mmmmbr mbe

admdpim .* PamS
het ar e l totlaL


Gets New

Hand From


BwO (AP)-TIon d e

Sreutend"day toa
Ow knrtow ofLa m
tmb mm a ecpe lo a A"

inG&lA IlMl lyitWe.

pD M ..ku wek m a



m whosT (APTer *d Inh
Dr. RObe.r GiWert, ick
mat e at tA oDi Gua s
ql s npat o aofg hsme
Ba rm wth -d frm ao
tei loit h ef I a hdar.
Dr.. Diciard V. leb. acdh
Reut M. Goldwyn i the Pa
don to eM Southe Amnge.


ThG sliced stac wlo 0d



beeft Mr oalm the waked
the p Sot waus amalon



SeMaL


Brqdford County



f13T. M UOne
agrii-- e m mae sxM eirvies
1


Tomdy, Feb. ,mlht be a
lisry uaing dy for had.m
dw otdmetms CW be


by: Pidol imim at TbL
Ua the dird ] -ids. T

Jr. Tbe ede wl be, "Ia to
smea ad aget N.


be ItheM l meniag f tea
p2graI secourafto at=man
"uodm -d, .
bui. CtlMi countywam
am coined tt op. gradig
Sudaiecleomdommg
hr slie ge a1s reone pa
t aw Iai u s
p'Jt A c mlee headed by
lfln. J. Odn rit.


Asesadsa sUldeot Rh Os- adil suits a plan for iro.
tlia.alph spik to to eorte met fauky sih.
SafWtereveybody has et-.
Amd isU domn ma aOtwr w pe wm mom
9dhsd apgd by o wames-tois
b MielMage a gNg a C l lim lnr o rlein
d uaufi 1


ar Ruby Jurors


SShooing on TV


In "d a na rpl aireoa


lmw have Mm m uan ti
n -ya m m-
wad- mi m7wan m
pinem, chek wi to ma a
tam st- a a-ot
gft


I L n I I I


Paris-Pekig ACDE aoUM
Sg iTnvlved in acdeats report
Begin New the sheriffs off ad
!Gaha ft e polce durig Ume

Relations sI ,Bun: a. u.
Neber, control of his
Sl| ca sad roamiled overw on County
PAI DeRow lltAmbutfivsmONnorth
Dy DREW fUtEN of ewliery at 5:3 p.pm.y
PARIS -Coam t i'as tNerd.


SEE by


StheSSUN


AL


rea rek aeinv ehtoes

a odffiing in US o. f


a oneeCaowles e rmo


laWNMorning
I.. L ing


Am&dPaflgMy 7
Aman 42 Idi'd 3%
AmCyu *41% IanKd 4%
AmMUt 3%Mogem 31%
AT&T 141% MpbHE 1
AmTob 2% M 6%
Am- Cp ,0 e UaW UlS
Anmr .i MlWato %M
Baeoc 58% U tWd U
BethU C~NOt Dai r k
Bol4 Nat iNt S%
ordud 70%NAAvT 1%
IN wk 1 0% Poe y 4%
colnese s PRa a%
aryder f %PpCols % I

Cooe g4 RCA VA i
DoCn h mu ReA 11%
CodCu PIdP42%

d0Pot Rey Tob 0%
EAL )7% Rg P X%
E.odak I SeAoadd 4%
irc*S 41% Sers 14
FIPw 4% Sielar 8%
h P&tL Soo y 1%
Ford Son"C 5%0
Sadr % SeMad 5%
FAMairt &StONJ i



GMt iN CUar b ~A1%
Go ,r Ua rt 1%1
GUWS g% U Si&eU I
hniB" gweB a1%
Int Nick %WiaDi 31%
nt Pap ilWIlRlh 71%
JAMe ea


"pout


kft- a a s
ameg oa sies S
delestliMae
y***** ate mart ta


u-toflW@ M


fr v I 'Z


Joeeph Williams 4, Haw-
thorne, was hit by a cow on
S.L x about four miles wed
of Hawthorne at 1:1S p.m. Sat.
unrday.
Michee DeHart, nu SW ist
Ave., was struck by a hit and
run aiver aometine Saturday
r*ot Myer 8.
Digit it Sunday.
Robert Harris, C NW 4th
Place, struck mail boxes in the
M block of NE 35th Street at
5:5 pa. yesterday.
George D. rot, Mk NE
10th Drive, and OhMster Wi-
lia Gettys. 116 NW Ist Place,
n the J. M. l parking lot
at 12: pay yesterday.
James M. Pigoltt, NW
4h Place, andtwo prd caine,
Hickory H Trade Park, Ar-
cher Roa in Urn block of
NW in thet at 1I:3 pm.
Saturday.
Henry Jo'mom IMS NE 8th
Ave., aid two parked cars in


Driver .

bI no m Bad

Car ..eck

ti a fM emh ab

ia &L hLt I
ONale wa de t d ofolrol
ad it l Im rlThe dnr
ma prbtfo.
DA lwrs were harl.
Trooper G. C. Wlaboa
crpde wr d the prk-
d mr. Arid J, MoMM
of LaCrMe, wiat p a*


mw by he U alphiM k
Grady Co lema l Alai
chua, drier t.e mcMd car,
was charged with fa to
have b car umd control
WWmrn mid Wk' car rm
off the read struck the
pared aMcG l about
two feet off dthe road knoek-
ing it i feet.
Mis' car burt bi flm
according to WInbuL
He said Eis was treated hr
ut at Abd Gnral H-
- and reined-
Total damaes in thl crauk
were estimated abt t .MM
by Wlbun


AI Green. M NW M,
Place, remodel redence,
J. B. Whltne, 15 NE Wh
Place, repair reside, 317.
William BonWs, 30 NE
Waldo Road, repair and remo-
del business, 1,300.
Frank H. Bourly, pperty


'tp


.4 e*uvlspfl4uhJ
IOLLPIISSL


bUsies l~ TuS*
~ Imp 14, sans
$5-
I Paul lblIhhlUhW4lt
Ave., cuetrut maims; OUr


a


/ Just W us how much you need
payo old bilN, fori hon Im-
ipownts, ca repir, for
ir uMom wal pnm. Pno i






LOANS .


of ad=v"&l|
204 LLE FirstSL............FR "4 JW


Do You Dial the Same Numbers Often?


( AnMomae Dialer Take Over for You
Selt It ne thatm s your mdgbd hftI Rpidir,
Mft I i m up tob 290 mbs n mF
nMwytpli You jt ni te uiB liobo ihl
me M1 prn Mow ousuur. Th er b dild


kIall, Ml.tleaiv l .is
bA.UW harntftgb bjhskof
toNmt npa into l Idetum psgii sut r.

Malt h b pt F 6 j

a, t-asma: t,.
>Tlwiml(aeimM


first env to Fr.m uNag
dChi ang, a har4 e d'alfaires
anind b" adiy hopeful
that a now mr of Fnnch Chi-M
nee Medip tad bignS
Oae of i lt sotin here,
diplomats expect, wi be tob
put in a claim to the former
Chimmesu mnnnt lby. It
had bee tuned er by do.
prted natialit dplmat to
their mbMo to t UNItod Na
wUa btdmk, Sdmtand
turdal O lia oiL
SU' s ,in w boyetd
by al mmbm f dth Aropean
cnmat waoc aecpt Ab
whose mmatMr, Kritak Met ha,
ws at the lim to oid "Ira-
teanrol r1Ne Ib Ste no
logical stnIb bet, 1 Sa ov
and oChbD m Commnt, the
Albi p t hua ta n Pdk-
ing's ide.
In what was apprmty a yn-

a.de meat inchemPod H
He was met by Wei YuCangf
iaasft mtddd po tl i the
0e foreign m-".
7% two pyeramats -
Jan. t7 to meb dpomati
reatlM
Legion Dance
At Newberry
?NfW e Th Netr-
ry AumUe & 1 Post 1i
wl Mp. a dbmc Friday
Bi to af" MMy fy needy
%i s. C he at the
Newbury Ao oala from
5:a puls3:3aMr, with
: mb :Ew $LE ,

IF HUu


Fla. Maps Mental


Rtarded Drive


Mr I Mn. astm MMarod,
M C hnyVy asgki;Mr.
A Boos t Joaem, Ala-
chua, a boy; Mr .& A Man
SIrMW, 4kB 1, a boy; Mr.
& M Ne.vrinsLay,4 Cour-
ry Viee a boy.
ADKnMlD
Mr Nancy L Mani I Mrs.
J A. w, Sha F. Nd M
uw, RM. Bwa Lev, Mr
W XR. Ufahp Deborah 3L
te* Mr. U nis Md, an o
CGblea; Mr. Edward H.
Bout Memo Mn. Amu
L Johaion. Acadu; Mr. Dave
L Scott. Tream; Mr. Brice
Js, Mcintosh; Mr. Itehford
L. Masiters, Jacksoaville; Mrs.
Sab I. Quatea Newben.y

Mr bnrean Ito Mrs.
Jeq Van Mim ad 10%, John
BtiatweF med Hiceks, Mrs.

Wyrudick, lesth R BasLtant
Mrs Barbar alymuO and me
nL Elibeth E. ePwd, Mr.
EdwW Hanoie


te Gaeie Aut Sal lot
A I:E pa. Sat y.
Umcfa A. Mecak. kM
NW Ma L, was rred by
* pe St1:3a pja today
in the c bledk NW 3rd
Avem ad charged wit driv-
g hle IatlatCed.
At 11:4 p.. Sarday, ma-
nor dmap done by a fire at
4 E. Univerally Anv, Hatcher's
rJewey.
At 1:8 p.m. Sundy, a grass
fin at NE td Boulevard and


aty
Kirkpatrick and Plteo, 1411
NW 3th St., remodel red
damce, l00.
Ne James Compay o Gai-
efille, 116 NW Utt Ave., 54,-
M, construct residece.
C. A. Robert. 0 NW ifth
Lane, Waitim to rIdence,
Jack H. Plenty, 1i16 NW
3rd Ave., addition to ree-
dee, $35o.
Mrs. J. R. Seatl, II NW
7th St, addtdi to midece,
Jam How SU U IE lth S,


Roger sectf, m So
44th Ave., costt redies,
M node Homm Coaft
Co.311SE1 36k ItbuL,t
milmee, S ,$VL
W. E. sBtoWge, 31 NW h
Tr., en oM crport an a
caprt $1,Po

Sportmen

Meet Tonight
DuiomW of houn md ft
g rum ad regulatlfor the
comic yearwltopm*ageoda
St Bigi0smeetingof the Ala-
chu County Sportanea'a Ali-
elantet
Ia to be c&dwed a:
Legt of der forAl-
dchua County, every day vern
ituerdd-ay hunting i Reo
Two, date and length of doW
nusa, and bag mit on
vario game aimak. ADl ri
comuendatioms Mceptd by the
Spmorten's A la os wi be
poed on to the Game a ,
Fret Water Fish Comnimi
at an area rm lafom hearing
to be held here Mareh 10.
The meeting i at I pa.
in the Gainemville oe ('Cwr-
rom on Norhwu t Ot Skeet
All Itero pw n i e
vited to aied. .,


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414. Van Burm


DEAR ABBY: I mrd the paper Wf a a in Ca&
fooa maid that wonm at were aisesto s eet aod
bh ied. Yo tohiMR b to jIbI ts thUM Menednta
lo any wsme in dub thee al ok h BeBat n ort.
me have knobby ke, ad drs a mb i ad m
habyasape. Ima a I yaMl w imnf m artelt ad
my doctor tol m to sbee my 10eirm a I wgr shkd
Severy chance I e. a abo4 who do't t I daot
have to look. me--
WARMK AND CMFY
DBR WWAM: Im me n at bd im adok n
"e" tdt a- pope*riy MLiet. the up o ueie
ay ks brn talmiN t 6w*e *b* th dt .km
No:h Btey had been Pt a a uay nW. L
*
DEAR ABBY: You d have tid the Mao'se wile, wio
fe-ldt ot becimme her aid wuldb't Aae the mdsens f
f lodigewf b lbr, tht dieadher labibMt sd i b the
Order of theB tan Star. t'lU not AIL cret
A MAON IN FORT WORTH, 1MAS
a
"DEAR ABBY: I was taught tookiua boyeoustefirst
-.dae. When R lotok me tothe door e weintto kinB e so
r turned my head. Tin he aid, "D't lyo tu k I dmwrve
a tisn for takhg you ouat?" I dhMk w what due to saqy, s
3I "id, pen .s, but make it W." He thed me but


NOAY KYDUS

a "rii9e-'N uiery
as Newea Daytaa
Beah
*:5 0 (Cauri) Le News,
"ker, WeA We
4: l News, Sp. WeaIu
a no Mis Amane I
,N Ied Newsm
ta Na u-chet
Mo ley y
David BrisklWy
a News-Wader
CNnkHe
Opera A10aetS
:0 U Zone Gny-Welim I
-.. "Licese to Kil" Afteri
he reak hi an, Tom
Baher, a fnuer dSer
cope with a group d tr-
te-making tramerdo
Sheriff Bm m r: 4 BHdim
Carey. Lme ar: Job
Erks M ayar Duth:
- Jacques Aubooton. Doe
Currie: Stacy Harris.
"Incident of the SwM
dier." Wishbone shai ds
fellow drovers by holdWing
them at -gunpoint-s h
a thief escape. Fawr:
Eric Fleming. Wahbbe:
Paul Briner.
*ShgBH.S0igLa
"Darby's Rangers." Dur-


ing Wori War n, Maj.
William Drby is miged
to org se a unit a cof
mnD ran geri in Scot
land. Jamu Gner, Jack
Warden, Edward Byraes,
Stuart WUita, Elbts
Charm.a.
7:s I rmn Gle
(Color) day Night at
the Movie: "Price of
Pleys." (5) the life
of the great actor Edwin
Boothvwaughod byhis
actor betar John
Wilkes. Mea Hart's
acreeoalay RInues mev-
eral eso mI ShMake-
speare for wkh Eva Le
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1 SEVENTEEN
XDAR S=EYI: tNS, "My mmm amt fr s..
I Apught ep sty l oh ft tema e ys iw y e*
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she i a iea cnk i bky. My ubmld pu anOM actib i
hibb r I b he i ta b Mt I p tl hfot fd him-
Wha! It p at wAor ae. Lnt rIh I had r
poWta a air, d m ny ek ad al omr y bloue. I
am ruys u b i pto pple why I hwm ui strange
dnip o a, Ukkbo ua. I eat tl tdbe m y kt. l d
this otbL.fi. started to y d be sid, 'Shut up, you
look wfdl;he y ay." I have put up wit this for 1I
yef, ad wll wirpubliy pl op with ati dth takes one
od W. Ya Oe, he hos me my pod poltis, too, and when
yw Lve a p~l mo cta a lot.
DAR WI: To a hb S out, y-fseS w tw.
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CANFIDENTIL0 TIM JUNE GRADS": "Do mt pay
far Wqy e. Pray tio e ~amDe o. m mat pray hr
lW equualn yw prn. Pray flr pwine edl to ye
toal"(3ev. P. ugbs; 1=-a)


I lar dBm t tbatk
t's vry f tmywhm Dn-
Start, mae jokes
boot him in his night-
Mub act. Ky: Marorie
mrd. Chartey: Sid Mel

SVmeemis: Making of
goverTuMo Ements
fading p i eleha Do.
teezber 2, la.l

ta fits A beyg-lifpt
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evl iewb to (
todCay Heavyweight TI
tie Fight
U-0 0 NMeWatir,
U (NU r) Newi,

e Doctor and the
c.(" 113) A rliant
doctor al" b ta love
with a poor girl. Glem
FOrd, Oarls Cobura,
(nora De Haven.
U:x 0 Jbhy Caorm
TUESDAY

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RolberteeB atry CalnI.


SMILE! With Art BAchwaid



White House Walliower


WASHINGTON Therewe asn ta t Wet B e ol toiueM are correct, there is w Boy aker, bro toh
two definite status symbols a you're a m m an, d eO other nosing, the Presid lkes to sory on Panma, I was the
tached to the Johns admi is dancig with a, f yre do ma than to swim and first one who wrote about the
Istratim. One is swimming with a w an at a Whle re-n re- dance, nd h doea't like to water being slat off at Gaun.
the President in your birthlkyceqK. our preaet day h do ithe alone. tanam Bay, and all my eS.


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wit thk President of the
United ates. Itee is hardb
ly a femes reporter RI Wash-
s hat damed with
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are you going to dmece with
President Joenos?"
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have you consulted Arthur Mr
ray?
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c do was tihach m hew
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NOTICE OF SUIT
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
: MARY C. TAYLOR, WILL H.
TAYLOR, THOMAS 0. TAYLO1. EM-
MA E. TAYLOR, BENJAMIN A. PUT.
NAM. a e enr ofS PTER TC.
ILL, HECTOR MITCHELL. OCTAVIUS
MITCHELL OAVIo MIZZe.. J. M.
MAWTIHORNE IMd wife PSARAOE
HAWTHORN, AUGUSTUS H pJHN
SON atS wIN @HIN ANN JOHNSON.
FRANK E. CARN aSd wi MARY I.
CARN JAMES SO HUNTER, ANGUS R.
BKRSELY. TrWes ANNA HUNTER.
WIOURT WEEKS M wie MARn-
M. wLiEE THOMAS A. JOHN.
s s wile ARASELLA JOHN.
SO CHARLES M. WEEKS. W. E1.
JOHNSON wil ADELLA A JOH-
SOL WILLIAM JOHNSON M a
M. A. JOHNSON. ROBEIRT E -f
SON, E. J. E. PAULLING, JAMES
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IN AND FOR ALACUA COT
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IN T'r Cnuirv J DEI -cmJPT.
'N AND FOR ALACNUA COUNTY,
INuh. ISTATEor
LITT F.s4OUp
IARFIELD PRANMS
MO-In..Or ENUyT OF 0iRM
INN3CIMART
TO AU. P'PIWOP PAVING ANY
CLAIM OR DEMANDS AGADMT THE
STATE Of LIUA NIMwOU BAm.
IlEnmPRARSON
YT sad eack d Pea m ae hutpg.
fsd tAdat I cdnr Saring aSSA&
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4afle!d P nearsdm. enuoe A as.
iecuAFy k.A hn h-acTs-.w by a Map .
et01 1. 0 N.a.aM, JSg W alM
Cawy Judgs co"Cam. Meabu CMeT,
Pils. T7e fatal tash kvale f sd
ad was a* 0d y" uw wiws
Call Pee., LaM VIe& Sue. Ati
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Maly no rked abeMA
of a imw na anderp
trfenus ch in ensrf
Flridat's 2 Cre K cU wasN
churterd b-teoi s 1 ib
Unhersity Fr( brds aedb the
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Jack Stlpenn Tote pwe
dut; DOI'D B, m y,
ad Cip theider, treu er.
Faculty av is Joa PWal
Joaem% I6fw sor jouraeimmI
and chairman of Uolnrity

committee i
The new c, formed during
the fall trimester, spoaIored the
polio vacci% drive oa the U. Sf
F. campus ad has done ome
work with ade ain.vme iys'
Club. Is PrtieAts Cumuttee Is
-w iderin ot-her semvce
program fot the clb to undei


tat ma m anmad e Gawa.
vie.k
numl.aPof the a tr
Mwas m e by Dr. JeMe Wrt,
Shimmedim a t iuMent P,.
1 nora f =itl oriAsDi.
tricd o slmi binmUtiL
mamben* pin and cet16
fate were pre d to t a
deart mi rs, by T
Cay, IM lln t mS m .
df the 1sm irict Wrifht l
rhs Mt&IWa aad ay Ekr
Palatka.
I.The officerse -er al
ad by Robet LI, U. f F. tu-
do who lserv the arele K.
Floris District werour.
Charge to the new club w
made by Jams W. Norman in
m add2rs, "What it Mews to
Serve." Normn, retired deas
of the Coleoe f Education at
the U. of F., is pAt Govenor
of the Florida District ofKDai -
is InternationaL
Joba Hoovmer, preaA of the
Univeraty ty Kiwanis Cub
Was eater of ceremonies for
-tbe dinner.


Doctor on Trial



In Widow Killing


LAUSNNE,


Swhier lan dJous bodily harm, fraud, forgery,


0 -', II


exortion, issuing a false
death certificatee as fIlepally
pocuring drug.
- .
He is accused of sysptematic-
ally druging and *killing
Mrs. Marjorie Winifre Bird, of
Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y.,
who died in a Lausanne hotel
in July 1 at do t e of St4.
On trial with Savoy an Nico-
as StWrdu, Syetaf-old self.
styled Rdmanian ia and
Mrs. Bird's confidant; Savoy's


ectary Yvette Lginh" a
former model, nd Cairolbo
bmulaem Char Aeboer.
Sturwd, a Park demrator, bi
accused of dealing mAU in
jewelry from Mm. Bird as de
lay dying or immediately after
her deask and of fraud and for-
gery involving n .
Abcs, 47 I charged with
receiving f llW int olen Jew
elry from StMd.


a year in priso awaltig rial.
Accordilg to the i bieflt,
Savoy fit treated Ms. Bird in
m1 atogh be had ben as.
a frm madl pract
two yea bee for alegey
trying to shake down a male
mune to whom he had sent a
Walty patient.
Mrs. Bird, who m offering
from evere n u diorder
aggravated by dwg, was pew
ad with Savoys treatment and
appointed him herwpeonal py-
simo at a salary of ( lN a
m lth. Sh was living in Oucay,
Lauanne's fashitohlre ort
o Lake Geeva, and Is said to
havhad an aal incom of
M,01 from a lie anulity.
Her husband, Wallis Clint.
Brd, a wealthy r .
kind in an airplane accide t
ov Lg Island l In .
Savoy accompanied Mn. Bird
n t o b Venice, Rome and
par, broutibar in auiolb
Par 10It k01 opW -

coeel various fa frm her
erM V e3, indoehidpS
a d. Ftem Ml toJulyb131a,
be is charged with attempting
to kill b by giving ber treat-
ment he knew walid case her
madition to deteriorate.
S days before Mn. Bt
deal, the MAldt charge ,
replngt Mrs. Mrd ePrglW

d" ill fanll tat w-
fMal eportedsS u hs
dbaat csrttcae that ihe had
atd a cerabWal aorrhoa.


Lodge Not

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OMi i a M*OM no


(AP) -A Swiss doctor, Gerard
Savoy, wet on trial today ac-
cuaed ofd slowly murdering a
rich American widow.









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Jul fLws a f D mac
At War a With u Amy

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TODAY AT 1:30
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* Lifetime easy-care terrazzo floors
* Indoor laundry and utility room
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* Three well proportioned bedrooms
* Central heating (air conditioning optional)
* Floor to ceiling closets
* Built-in breakfast bar
* Lifetime family Swim Club membership
* Sidewalks and all other city conveniences
* Choice of wooded lots
* VA, FHA, or Conventional financing
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VA- NO MONEY DOWN
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1964 Parade


of Home Values

3 & 4 Bedrooms

* Palm View Estates
SFemnwood Monoret
* Weuhintoriand Etates

FHA from $400 Down

VA.. Nothing Down
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MATT MEADEN, Sales Manager
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TRY US THIS WEEK!
63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr HT, PS. PB. R&H. AC. Pwr. beats, Block $5395
6 IMPERIAL, 4-dr HT, PS, PB. R&H, AC. AT, Pwr seats .... $5495
o3 AMERICAN, 4-dr. automatic, Heater, 9,000 mile, blue .. $1445
62 FAllLANE, 4-dr, R&H, Real nice car, Black .......... $1295
61t PLYMOUTH, 4-dr wagon, PS. Pi. R&H. AT, dual A/C $1445
1 OLDSMOILE, 4-dr '88', PS, PB, AT, R&H, nice ...... $1545
61 VALIANT. 4-dr V-200. AT, R&H, clean .............. $995
01 PLYMOUTH. 4-dr Automatic, radio, heater, white ...... $S95
1I FALCON, 2-dr. red and white a real nice cor .......... $995
60 PONTIAC, Bonneville 4-dr HT. PS, P8, R&H. AT. AC .... $1545
O m AC,4-r COtalina, PS, ,.AT, R&H ......... S29
S0 OLSMOALI, 2-dr '88', AT. P. heater, clean ....... .$1-145
6 DOdI.4-dr, PS, PB, R&H, AT, A/C .........'....... 2f
40 LARK, 2-dr HT, AT, radio, heater, yellow finish ........ $495
60 LARK,4-dr, radio, heater, cleon ...................... $545
59 CHI. Impolo 4-dr HT, PS. PS. R&H, AT. V-8. A/C. ... $1045
59 IMPRIAL, 4-r HT. PS, PS, R&H, AT,. A/C, clean .. $1495

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3 DIRECT FROM ETROT 3
4 U a Ci EW NeuPat PS. P, iH AT, A/C...... PU5 4
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61 VMANT. 4-* V.200, Aumaic. R6. PS ... 1995
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FREE '64 TAGS ON ALL AMOVE LISTED CARS !

IMPORTED CARS
SAAB,2-dr4-spedradio,.heater. likenew............ $1395
1 OL, 2-dr wagonradio,hetr .real clean ............ $995
L e.ODwagon .heater .nicea cr .................... 495
VW. 2-dr. sharp radio, heater ...................... $95
IF YOU DON'T ULIK OUR PRICE ... Make Us An Offer


SKOND CARS


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FR 2-1411
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PRICED To


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

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

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


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


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



CRANE
Lincoln-,Mercury1
I'V& Easy slo Tra at Crane"
516 S. Mois St.
FR 2-3631


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SALE


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