Group Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1963)
Title: Gainesville Sun
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Title: Gainesville Sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 26, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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to estmaed t S" Uda
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Fanmsworth Road (State Road
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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, t964


88th Year, No. 201


Cut


Tax


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MMUMS ML (A (A)-
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w",ey pebtoi Bon se


grace" -a mm bl to hol-


M MI, F (AP) -tm
SatMy said today he
ha is fr medical rI0
ua. er mUtoa lost i
heavywutiU tie to Cai
Clay Toib w igk
ant A. i, tfrd GrMW
uid "I hme reastd Ur I.
as B"l Boxf cammina
to mke al the records an.
able to m."


Two Mfre City Candidates
City Comm luim candIat.a Dr. KEdwnla left, ad Bye Win, right, a.
ad thdr qufication apers for City C(lrk Clar e O'Ne, eter, yesterday. Offic-
a usect other aadlta besIdM WIm, Andrew., Jim ichardaM nd Arnold
Butt to rm. Tay at 5 p.m. the dillae for qalifyiha. (SmpShoto rby ddle Davis.)


Utilities Dep Loses



School Service Bid


S packagedial a water
and wae service, pse
te the beard by Dr. David
Smith, represeath Ala-
Cau CoI Utiw s ae., also
provides Bat electricity wll be
upped by Ph t Power
C4rp.
City dretor of ties John
Kdely, who w present, quee
timoed the health aspect d
pmpng raw, untreated wel
water toe the school pipes.
Kely poted ot that
tearnma id will be comId.
t onewlephs isrvi the di
od wbe frnm apu


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Rdi Porter, the boarI's .
re r of administrative servie-
ae, replied that several schools
tos the comty were m g n
treated well water and a had
adelpate fire protect
Moore said there wa't amy-
thg wrong with deep wen wat-
er, but the State Board of ea
had taken a strong stand
against temporary wage fil
ter, of th type thesol
would have put b i hiey mod
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the d was it ei a ca i.


-r e tepe u no qhr water
to the Myra Terwir School
bl built west of Gaoeavble
ad south of the Newberry
ease of that we thought
we were ential to service tUN
IdywiMd Schel too. We lost a
casoner..
Ine oSw ody iem of buei
-o in the opecal meeting the
board voted to make the na
of the w hool soh of
GabMsvl adci It wl b
cawed t y hd mmsary
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Bill


Windup



Could Be Signed


Into Law Tonight

WASHINGTON (AP) The historic tax cut bill is
only a brief two steps from final enactment today, and
may be law by nightfalL
The Senate plans to complete congressional action on


the measures-providing an
for tdivMdals-a haf hour
attre it convenes today.
he White House aid Presi-
dent Johnso would sign he
ll illon measure "at the
eariiet pomible opportunity,"
palbly later today and certain-
ly before he leaves for Florida
at nom 'mrsday.
Ebpgrosing the buky men-
are, which normally would be
done after the final votes at the
Capital, already has bee com-
pleted so that the bill can be
rushed to Johnson's desk.
If he signs it by night, pay
checks delivered starting a
March 4 should reject the new
lower tax withholding rate pro.
vided in th bill
e Hoe pased the coma -
mise version f te legkslatim
Tuesday U to U. Te Senate
Is expected to g e similar over-
whehuing approval.
The bill willbrig rate cuts
for al of ithe nation' mlMion
ndvidual and corporate


pa s.
He tax savings will average
- ar ll IA pera center ndiv
ual. They will be somewhat
les for those in mkIle boams
.ldhn -i rd. l .gobtti
Tio reduction rangIe Is from
armd 15. Per cant up to 1I
per ci for the 1.5 million low
bincom taxpayers who will be
dropped from the rolls entirely.
For corpora Ut reduc.


is"e Ta Cut aemPope2)


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To Get Classroom


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Re-Elecion
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Mathews


Tells Goals '

In Education
By CLIP CODRA
Soa cEdeaUm Writer
The most pressing problem Ia
Florida right now is getting
John E. Mathews Jr. elected
governor of the state.
After that the state's educa-
ton system needs e expert
reappraising, Sen. Mathews, go
bernatorial hopeful from Jack.
sonville, said here yesterday.
Mathews told a luncheon s
dience of university professor
at the Faculty Club he was "giv-
ing it all be had" to get himself
elected.
After that he intends to push
for some reforms in the field of
higher education.
Introduced by Alachun Com-
ty's Rep. Osee Fagan as "the
man won Just about every
ah r Tor his work t the bist
selofi ft 1 legislature "
Ma1thew1i1 th pf I t ewUrsthe
structure of Florida's higher ad.
ucatn system was archak.
"Until last year the structure
of higher education was antl.
quated. It hadn't changed in V
years. We finally got the Board
of Regents Bill passed, which
is a step b the right direction."
This bil, as originally passed,
would have given the Board of
Control and the universities
greater fkibility and removed
them from the cumbersome pro-
cec of going to the Budget Com.
mission for every faculty mame
ber hired, he explained.
"The forces who opposed giv.
ing the university system grat
er freedom in such matters got
the bill changed just before te
Legislature ended Its sesn."
Mathews said he wu ami
to hear another candidate for
governor say the Board of Re
ets Bill would remove the u.
versitie from legislative CO&
ftL
"The bill dom just th ep.
pos-e. Here's a man rmn g
for governor who doesn't re*
bow what he's tal king about."
The Jacksonville NtorM
aid education had heen opa .
Wad naerm basis n be pad
became he state failed to aeat
them problem head on.
"We had to pas the n m&
lion coege bond issue bhoea
for nmo than a decade the e.
SMstatistics in our fles waU
signed. Thise figure tI I
there would be a nad for great
ly paded facilities whe
ti- dciren in d
school grew up."
He aid he bin ow fr d a
pWerawPe spIsa the
ste won't have t6o esrt tom
ae crs ins n te s bm.
athews sid he ha s the
p-aM S teachers, lh, o*.
sunkm na me l saary bw
Mmu as w as any as tas


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Makarios Adds An


Issue in Cyprus Cr

NICOMIA ,Cyp (AP)--nm lform u dedpel "not only I
by Pria WMakstries i is or hthe uad's mscaity ad r1
crease his Greek Cypriot eur- inr to nmalty, but also to
ity force and iar albUre-a eSer mpmSt sd w4
lars JIn Cyprus hs injected an tion."
explosive new ism into the g- In a me obviously aimedat i
$is i the eastern Medimthe k Cypriot inrity op.
DoaEr i i Greek CyolWM r
TIs Greek Cypriotl i Nl iB Ban am aidn e a ,
said -his order Tuesdq to ca- tiwrrrms liteply wMaU
ate a special 5JSan police be dinrmed ad anyone at i


Kidnap Suspects


'Played With Money'

LOS ANGELES (AP) -The each other; taking their shoes
government's ce against three off and waig around in it
suspects in the Frank Sinatra playing football with i Tha
Jr. kidnapping maywindup to- thy asked ifwe had a Monpo-
day with a parade of FBI wit- ly set because they wanted to
neess tfollow the tesummony play Monopoly with real
of a young mother money.
Mrs. Demnnis Gray, and She was referring to Banry


brunette, gave a graphic picture
in US. District Court Tuesday
about what some people do with
ransom money-doae to $20,06
worth.
"They started throwing it at

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Keenan, 23, and Joseph Amter,
23, two of the three defendants
in the trial. The other is John
Irwin, 4. They are charged
with kidnapping young Sinatra
from his Lake Tahoe, Nev., mo-
tel room last Dec. 8.
Mrs. Gray said the young de
fendants were close friends of
her husband and herself. They
knocked on the door of the Gray
apartment a the night of Dec.
12 around midnight, she tei-
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fie jobs on a fee-per-job basis. rry d Joe aid they
McGiff has held the post since u nry ad to
195.- wee uny and asked me to I
Hes been in the surveying fix them thing to eathe
business here for about 35 toMalthet fInhad'tbeeetolte
years. He's immedia to market in a week, s I wenut
president of the Florida Society to the market, me backand
of Professional Land Surveyors Wok something
of the Florida Society of Pro' "When I came into the bed
fessional Land Surveyors and room to tell them dinner wu
chairman of the group's Santa ready, I saw the money Wread
Fe-Oklawaha division. on the floor. I don't know how
McGriff will leave Thursday much it was but there wai
for Tuscon, Ariz., to be Flori- quite a bit."
da's delegate to the organiza- Earlier government witnesses
tional meeting of a national land have tested that Am Aer and
surveyors group. Keenan had all but (M,M ofU
He is one of the founding fath- the ,M ransom money with
ers of the Florida organization. them. Irwin, who wreaim d
McGriff also is chairman of to theFBI, had the remainder.r
the Central Welfare League, a
member of the Flarida En- tFe ;-i
gineering Society, abStAiie JcUjimeWm i
ber of the Elks, the WM 0b r.
the Church of Christ. Hal Talk Slated
treasurer of the Chamber of
Commerce and a member of its Dean Freiday, a New York
board of directors., man active in national activities
He's a Gainesvile native, a of te Society of Friends, will
graduate ofAlachua County speak at the local Friends
Schools and the University of meeting house 11 NW id
North Carolina. Ave., at 8 p.m. Friday.
He lives here with his wife He'll talk about the ecume&l-
Esther at Itn NW 10th Ave. He cal movement.
has two children, Perry Jr. of Freiday's ch b u r c h activities
Gainesville and Mrs. William have included representing the
Curtis of Beauford, S. C. Qakers at many inter church
His office is at 313 E. Unk conference in this country,
versity Ave. Canada and abroad.


Jailed Man Denied Cut


In Bond of $15,000


A North Carolina man being to have a attorney rep
held in the Alachua County ail him, but tht be has ushe d up
under $15M bond has been de tIhe one pAhonie call al e h
led a redubction of bond by the prisoners a is not allowed t
Circuit Court. make another from the ou
Wayne H. Brooks, accused of jail.
breaking and entering Wilson's Brooks Is being held under
Department Store Jan. X, filed 5, i d bod the charge d
a habeas corpus suit in Circuit breaking and mterinu Wh'Wim'
Court yesterday against Sheriff Departmet Stre ad a $,
Joe Crevasse. M0 bond a fugitive frm j
Brooks isseeking a reduction tc chargefrom the tate o
from 15MI to $11,110 ht bond. North Carolina. He was sentence
He said e hasbeen notifiedby ed in 11, to 1 yars in pris
his wife in Columbus, Ga., that OB for breaking and entering
"a fried" has agreed to met possession of burglary tools an
a $10it bond requirement, butlarceny in the state of Norti
that $13P bond is imposible. Carolina. He was put an parole
The SM bond asset by ahd violated the pare require
County Jde H. H. McD meas by coming to Florida
Broo in a letterto the Cir State Attorney T. K DUem
it Gort, said he can arrange saL.


Snie Boom Test Town

Already Calls for Halt


oSIM A CITY (AP) -
he federal Aviation Agency
may rcad to find a new
lhordefor its soic boom
tests:he City Council voted
74 Tmday to ask supeimnm
dof thispupersonicflights
Tf aeoMcl ashs a e-
met aupsio d a A FAA
"spibmi said he drstads
almwdlb halI

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tt o te tests whi m
deiped te dtermia the 4-1
feet of repeated se bembe-
fore appfing deTlopma ofS
emmerial apsmae tranf
partf pla.
Amltir fWp orpSeld a
Cbhieser ProMea 1 OWe
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the order which would raise
Skl eA k Cypiot armed
rogth to nearly 7,0I men,
out the ze of the Briush
acekeein force n Cypus.
he ithish Cypriots aid tht
under the cnstiotuo the spe-
a r force ould have to be
de up ofa per eont Greek
r perm cet Trk-
Greek Cyriot a ial* aid
urkish Cypts would be w-
me to oR the fe n if thi y
-*afllegice to the ldkafl
p g nnt and promise to
er island's im pen-
ence and rritorial integrity.
Maj. Gen. M. Carver, com-
sander of ItN Brith pace-
eeping fort, termed Maris '
order 'a very clever do-
ent." He aid it cM be hb-
erpreted as a move to deprite
persons in control of private
rmed forces of power, or a
rove to inpoblie the Turk-
iAh Cypit ice by dmiar g
everyone.
Since figltg broke oat be-
woee Greel and TurkihCyp
t in Decexper, thousand Of
ivUians h armed to form
igilante g .
1e Cree Cypriots outunm-
er the Tu"lsh factioM 4 to 1,
nd their arped Inre ul have
een es ted to anmber as
may as 3o, men and women.
lre legal a ted strength of the
Greek y top numbers
police and 270 army troops.
Makarios I recently admitted
Mis government has bee im-
or ing arms "to sead e
terri al integrity of t island
n face of threats of a tirkM
invasion -


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Beore FL idea's economy can
become stale with industry and
spce activity it needs a first
rate education system, he add-


B C D-Fair tirugh Thus-
day. Low tit not
quite so cold nday with
high S to 71. Variable 5 to
12 ale winds.
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GAINESVILLEZ WEATHER
Municipal Airport readep
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High 70 at 2 pmn., low 44 at
7 am. Rainfall .11 inches.


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Five.Day Forecast
Temperatures will average calls for a warming red toU
three to five degreesbelow or- start early i the priod wit
mal during the fiveday period colder weather expected by the
starting at 7 p.m. tonight and weekend. Rainfal will occur
ending at 7 p.m. Monday. The mainly on Friay with averages
normal daily highs and w s lwS Is than o -bH ichI Me ex-
range from l to atTallaas. tree a uer portion t one
see; 74 to 53 at Tampa; and 78 inch or more a the extreme
to at Miami. The forecast north.


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ed.
He said tI be an effective gov-
eraor in Florida one had to
have the cooperation of the oth.
er brane ot government be-
sides the executive.
"If a man knows the legisla-
tors, the people and the others
in government he an do a good
job. You can't go around blaIst-
ing everyone as a pettypoti
cian. p
"No man can do the job
alone." ;
Mathews;,who was accompn-
nied by his;attractive wife,' left
himself ope for.*questions after
his speech.:
Among points discussed in
the informed session he said:
-The present state reappor-
tionment formula is still inade-
quate
-"Sacred Cows" need to be
put n theftax list. Food a
drugs should be the last to be
taxed. Theke should be a sev-
A erance tax bn minerals, but tax-
es on forest industries should be
Stied in witb ad valorem taxes.
-Conservation, especially in
Areas dof water pollution and in-
disaiminath drainage, is one
r d the most:neglected aspects of
state government.
s -He would not abolish the
Milk Comission but he would
appoit members to look after
f the Interests of the consumers
too. The Milk Commission "has
made as many mistakes as any
government agency."
W -Junior colleges should be
h placed under control of an es-
e pecialycrepted state board in-
Sstead of total chl boards.
..-Foridas system of boe
a rule is "o step removed frem
hne rule." There should be
system where irquent deci
ie Ical g onmDM eIm
be made ibouit wit v.i
do0L t


Boats Gear
Not Dangerous
WASHINGTON (AP) Ite
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tie atishe nf alk ga r fe a r
aboard .uw wo 0*.
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CHARLES
FZIIGERALD JR
TAMPA Charles J. Fit-
erald Jr., 54, a resident of tiWs
city for the past 16 years, died
Sunday.
He was a brother of Mrs.
Bessie Gibbs of Cedar Key.
Funeral services were sched-
uled this afternoon'for Fitzger-
aid, wto was resident manager
of Oakglen Hall at the Mac-
Donald Training Center for
Mentally Retarded Children in
Tampa.
The deceased was a native

FHP Chief


Musgrove

Dies at 56


STARKE Sgt. Carlous Mus-
grove, s-year old Highway
Patrol chief in Bradford, Union
and Baker counties, died in a
hospital here yesterday after a
short illness.
He was a veteran of more
than 20 years service with the
patrol.
His last 10 years were spent
here.
Before going to work for the
Patrol, he was employed by the
State Road Department for al-
most 3 years. His total term of
service to the state spons 3X
years.
He was a native of Calhoun
County and a veteran of WW.


Fumeral services will be at 1I
p.m. tomorrow in the DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home here with
Reverends William Dunagan,
George Osborne and Ralph
C. Crawford officiating.
Graveside services will be at
3:3 p.m. tomorrow in Ever-
green cemetery in Jackson-
ville. Active and bhonorary pall-
bearers will be members of the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Survivors include his widow,
ITelma; his stepmother, Mrs.
ale Musgrove, Alsh; a broth-
er, C. D, Panama City; two
-stie Mrs. Au&e Musgrove,
al Afees, and Mrs. Lillian

Moe AbMr



FromN Pi I
T" latter was the same ge
awd of C-et
C -I Ally. i
KQues nbis I
In bOO dlbo

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of Cordella. Ga. He attended the


Drew Park Bapist Temple
Tampa.
In adillo to Mrs. Gibbi,.
vivors include his widow, Mi
Lavaun Fitzgerald, Tampa; ai
three other sisters, Mrs. .L
Franklin, Columbus, Ga., Mr
Jake Binghouser, Punusutaw
ey, Pa., and Mrs. Jack Parke
Atlanta, Ga.; several nieces a'
nephews.
GEORGE BURROWES
George Albert Burrowes,
of Dade City died yesterday
Alachua General Hopial af
a shord t illness.
He had been visiting here wi
his son, Albert H. Burrowes
Gainesville, since Saturday.
Funeral arrangements will
announced by Jones Johu
Funeral Home.


More About

Tax Cut

From Page
tion will average I per c
However, they benefited fre
an investment credit provis
and lieralied depreciat
rules established in IM2. T
Treasury estimates the over
effect is to cut corporateI
liabilities 17 per cent
Final action on the bill co
almost exactly 13 months a
the late President Jo F. K


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Denies


Crowded Classes


In County Rapped


By BonB MEEKER iin, a few will get mangled and
t A ll |"Inadequate" was the single a few more will drop out"
It word description given to voca- The teacher said crwdd con-
tnal education in Alachua ditions at the second and third
CHATTANOOGA, Ten. (AP) County by R. H. Hargrave at grade levels do not allow for in-
-Jame R. HoIa sayi be Univesity City Kiwania Club dividual instruction and atten-
r tried to bribe jurors who bin000o yesterday. tion and until a cure at that lev-
eard hais 11 conspiracy trial Hargrave, president of the, el is effected, the dropout rate
ad aot the me witness who Clasroow Teachers Association will continue.
aid he dis a liar. in Alachu County, told Kiwan- Hargrave said dropouts follow
The Teams president's sa that school dropouts start a pattern. They become bored in
-hour bdiney Thesday vir. m the eco and third grades overcrowded classrooms at the
aly wrapped upthecase for not in high school as most lower grades and generally fail
he de at fa's trial people believe. a grade. Repetition of one grade
f ats tr Hargrave used a the a of p the a year older than
PW Tni cce n bait cage to de- their classmates and by the
,scribethe plight of students in time they are 1, and by law
Ho deied that lower grades. He said the are eligible to quit school, they
HAifa dentedithaft be soug county schools are playing' are in the ninth grade. Unless
o fix the jury at Nashville ets the classroom. h1 is made interesting for
at jury couldn'treach a ver- or more crickets can be them by the ninth trade level
lict and a mistrial was de- put in a cage built for 25," he they are prime candidates for
lared. said. "But in getting them all dropping out.
With repeated glances and "This is where vocational ed-
ptures toward the U.S. Dis- Mor About ucation should be at its strong.
trit Courtjury, he termed the est," the teacher said. "An in.
testimony against him by Ed- l interesting shop or agriculture
wasd G. Partin, the govern- mu courscouould keep most of these
meat's hie witness, "an abso- young people in school and pro.
hate fabrication" and nothing From Po 1 vide skills much needed in in-
le than perjur. dustry and on the farm."
Part, a Teamsters official quisition and purchase, Miller With a burgeoning population,
from Baton Rouge, La., test- explained. Hargrave predicted an end to
ied at he wau invited byHol- The rest of the secondary agriculture surpluses by 1975.
fa to Nashville at the start funds pay for two bond retire-lHe said the need for qualified
his conspiracy trial and quick- ments, administrative costs of people on the farm was increase.
ly became a member of the State Road Department work ing daily.
labor leader iner circle. Allfor the county, such as surveys "Many people consider voca.
the while, Partin said, he was and the cost of maintaining ex- tional training a dump ing
maki dy report to the isting secondary roads in the ground for undesirable stu-
Justice Department. county. dents," he said. "Those using
Hfa d6111uted Parta's tst Primary road projects listed poisons and insecticides on gar.
may po b int. That testi- by the county commission are: den produce sold in the stores
m y roi ntT at 1) U.S. 301 four-laning from should be smart people."
mey included ssertns twouhat the Bradford County line to the Hargrave said the junior high
Hoft aw e M P un he would Waldo south city limits and from school level is best suited to vo.
give uptob o to "get to the the south city limits to the Ma-.catlional training because the
jury," and another time boast- rion County line (already under students are more eager: "They
ed of having a juror in his hip construction), have not yet discovered the auto.
pocket 2) State Road 20 resurfacing mobile."
Such t1atohny by Parbin or reworking from Gainesville
said offa, is ridiculous "and through Hawthorne to the Put- M ore About
I flatly deny it' He said Par- nam County line is estimated all re AtU
tin invited himself to Nashville. g$,Mo.
3) Resurfacing or reconstruct-
Klan Book g State Road from Ga-
ville through Orange Heights to
Due Soon Melrose. From Page 1
4) Reconstruction of State
Road 235 inside the Alachua city became city engineer and direc-
Author David Chalmer s' mits tor of the department.
story on the activity of the Ku 5) Reconstruction of U.S. 27 As director he's supervised
Khiu Klan Florida during the from the High Springs west city the work of about 200 employ-
Im's, which was reprinted in limits to the Columbia County aes. The size of the department
the Sun yesterday from An ar lines. has more than doubled since
icle in the Florida Histocal 6) Reconstruction of State he first took over in 1957.
Ona.-.-,. .4l wll hp No dj4


i y, wm ulbeo u Road X from U.S. 41 west
Schapte in a bo e through Newberry to the Gil-
S aout the a L christ County line.
ith titled "ooded American 7) Four-laing State'Road 24
ot i ls: The FirstCentury of the from N.W. 8th Avenue to the
sKu Klux Klan," the book Is now Sprlah t.l
bin the hands of Doubleday a 8) Depot Street from State
S o., Which is eCPtedtoPub`Road 25 to State Road 32 to be
er.h it November or ee designated as State Road 24.
I tr. 9) Four-laning U.S. 441 from
since its foundling in Puakin Interstate 75 northwest to the
since ite fcunde m in Puind Achua-Columbia County lines.
Ten laDee.m 1 Duringlthe 10) Resurfacing State Road
it had more than million 24 from Archer west to the Levy
members in klaverns in every C ty line.
state from Maine to California Miller said h had not ti-
1 Today, isa the auth or mated the primary projects' cost
r to "atM inal" Soutern or- since the SRD develops the
at ganizations, based in Atlanta sn the SR develop the
Sand Tuscaloos,'with asprilplans and designates which pri.
o hing of affiated d unaKffilated y projects will be carried


ion

r-all
tax

in.
fer
a-


nedy set his tai message to
Congress calling fr a reduction
in i nc tI-e


iklavers in a number of states


Sgt. York
'Not Well'


JAMESTOWN,
SLt Alvi York
I fame, ap inin
suffering from
showing sme


Tenn. (AP)-'
of World War
a hospital here
dehydration, is
improvemet,


He said detailed cost estimate
breakdowns on the secondary
list would be presented at next
Tuesday's public hearing.

Story Time ;
This Friday
Story 'lme for children from
3 to 7 wl be held at the Gaines-


bre b tbut his physician says he is ville Public Library from 3:15
S largest so baer not doing we." to 4 p.m. Friday.
full employment of our ma York, was admitted to The storytellers will be Becky
power and resources and to a t hospital Saturday. He left Cunha and Jody Brooks, stu.
higher rate of economic the h i e than a monthdents in the College of Educa-
growth," said Knnedy, "is te ap after treatment for the'tion of the University of Flori-
unrealitically heavy drag of same condition. da.
federal income taxes on private Dr. Guy Pinekey York's phy-' Story Hour for children from
purchasing power, initiative ad deserted the old aol-'to 11 will be held on Satur-
incentive." dier's condition as critical but day morning from 10:30 to 11:30
Johnson gave the bill an equal- added, "This is nothing new." at the library. Lucy Goddard
ly high priority after he took Pinkley explained that York and Pam Harpe, members of
over the While House, making it uffes repeatedly froa s the Sigma Anchor Club of the
the centerpiece of his econolc ood ots a& d hainor inra Gnesv High School, will
orthe brain. American fataesm.


BRAKES


W'i remove fret
wheels, dust tkM s, e-
pack fient wheel boear-



6 MONTh TO PAY -
M I S PAY NAM OM IRICWORK





$WKSWO CARS PARK


rweds


Located in Public Works is
the city's engineering division,
street construction and mainte-
nance, sewer installation and
upkeep, refuse collection, build-
ing inspection and the city's
equipment maintenance division.
"I am grateful for the oppor.
tuniy to serve here and it's
been a long and pleasant asso-
ciation," Angel said.
He lives in Gainesville with
his wife and two children at 105
NW 7th Ave. While here he's
been a member of the Presby-
terian Church and a past Exalt-
ed Ruler of the Elks Club.
He's a member of the Florida
Engineering Society, the Amer-
ican Public Works Association,
the American Society of Civil
Engineers and the National So-
ciety of Professional Engineers.

I Gainesville Sun I


Published evenings except
Saturday, and Sunday morn-
iss by the Gainesville Pub-
liri Cmpanv at 101 SE
2nd Ginesville. Florida,
and entered as second class
mtter at the Post Office at
Glinesville. Florida.
CIRCULATION RATES IY
CARRIRn OR MAIL
I Week .45
i Mu. $5I.5
All manubisuptlnm must
be paid in advance.
Member of Audit Bureu of
Circulation.
AD material smned bei
Ie pnperty o f u Galeewnus
Ptaihmla Coe mpam. (a) U.
iswr '1iM al wS ell.str
man ertwulee ofscm k e S.


EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS

FRONT END I


$650


We'll olign front end,
correct comber, coster
and toe-in. check dhocks.
daust system and
grease sas.


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Should TV Be Bared Fratn Congressm Hearings?


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pwrn t-extremely mrwm
WW he appears before W -
comrt wr mmittee. It is mfrsI
to ak tim to ippar before mu'
c t or committee. It is unda
to ak him to appear before the
edte country as well."
& chadee of any dear, loog! .
cat solution to the dispute is me.
mote because, among otb
ermremoaM, there are strong a
Ilceats on both sides.


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The U. S. Senate has taken another
small step toward expediting its
business. It adopted a rule that per-
mits standing committees to meet
during the "morning hour" when
the Senate customarily deals with
such matters as private bills and in-
sertions in the Congressional Record.
The author of the rule change esti-
mates it will allow from a half hour
to an hour and a half of additional
time for committee business.

Committees had been able to meet
during this period only after receiv-
ing unanimous consent. The objection
of a single senator was enough to
stall committee sessions..

The rule change allowing a little
more time for committee meetings
was adopted after the Senate first
ejected a far-reaching amendment
that could have had substantial im-
yact on Senate procedures. The
-amendment would have enabled a
simple majority of the Senate to al-
low committees to hold sessions
whenever the Senate was in session,


Smim AT woiU S us PM-. &m


ant s *m w. ,
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except during the three-hour period
when debate is required to be ger-
mane to the subject under discussion.
This would have men especially val-
uble during filibuters, which now
result in halting committee meetings
and bringing all theSenate's business
to a halt

The adopted chaj is the meond
rule revision to be approved by the
Senate in recent .eeks. The other
change is intended to require sena-
tors to stick to the subject for a
period of at least thee hours every
day. Experience with the rule thus
far shows that it cA be easily evad-
ed. Senators have heen:able to pro-
pose non-germane amafdments to
pending legislation and go merrily
on their way discussing matters that
have nothing to do with pending
business.

The most recent ule' change will
help some in faciliiati*g the work
of the Senate, buht the Senate ob-.
viously needs to do more to stream-
line its operations*.


COLORED, NEWS
8. F. ChiIk ColW News U


.fItSONALS
- t following persons of W
Jstn were visiting with rela-
at St. Petersburg recent-
: Mrs. Gertrude Brown, Mrs.
anr Reose and Miss Ann Pres
I Mrs. Beusl Ma Wesley,


-R-MNE
NOJTONN'..


The Levy County Pall '
Union will meet jointly with
Lodge No. 11 at the Nw Hope
Baptist Church a Feb. IU.


liporter, (Wiloe.) ., ur the maeetg, free din-


- Mr. and Mrs. James R. Smith,
STampa, wergvisiting in the
Diversity Ci esterdy.
rs. Ella D. Jones returned
bore yesterday from New York
Cly after a twoaeek visit withC
her daughter, Mrs. Emma J.
Johnson, and other relatives.
-Mrs. Cora M. Jackson wasI
ailed to Macon, Ga., yesterday
beuse of business. She will be
away for several days.
.Miss Mary L Norwood, of
mp, as, through Ganes-
he yesterday on route to Jack-
wmlle.
-James Simmons, of Ocala,
Owed through the city yeter-
day en route to Tallahassee.
2r. and Mrs. Samuel Ed-
wards and son, Jim, all of Wals-
lmito, D. C., whose visit here
fr the past two weeks hu been
pleasant, left yesterday for
their home.
METING SCHEDULED
-%A Juvenile Lodge No. 113
wll hold Its meeting at the home
of Miss T. M. Fox and Mi Q.
V. Jones, of 730 SW 5th St. on
Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
he does are to be paid into fll
d ing this meeting. M Am
L. Silinos, presit; Mrs.
P. L Scott, conductms sad re-
porter.


TO PRESENT PROGRAM
Th Wed Coast Ministers and
Decoas Union choir wl pre-
seat Hs mscal proraa at the
ML Bet Bethe Baptist Crch w
Rea. C. L DeAison, pater,
Sunday, March 1, at I p.J. at
MIanopy. Mrs. e M. Stew-
art, sponsor; Deacan lB C.
DI, pre nt; Mrs. P. .
Be --
AILNG IN POSTAL
Emasoel MeCy i saliW in
ithe Aetus General HeohalL
Mr. McCray's frieb an sed
to vis hiL.


aers wll be served. Mrs. Bessie
e Wesley,reporter.
CARD OF TmNKS
We, the family of the late Mrs.
Capitol E. Williams, express
oW sincere appreciation ad
thanks to our Iriends for their
kind expressions of sympathy
during our bereavement The
Williams family.
SATE MEE
Te Floral Court Lodge and
Ushers Board Lodge No. 113 will
meet jointly on Monday at I
M. Pyl, of 14 SE 3rd Street
The duesareto be paidto full
hiring this meeting. Mrs. Ona
M. Pyles, president of Floral
Court; Mrs. C. W. Wright, presi-
dent of Ushers Board; Mrs. P.
L Scott, fiance secretary and
reporter.


PLANS RNOWARSAL
Tbe choral group d Loge
No. 113 will met for its rehltear-
sal on Tuesday, March 3, at 8
p.m. at the howm of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Roes, f 7 S.W.
5th Terrace.
Charlie Roes, pnident; Mrs.;
P. L Scott, reporter.
URC ANNOLUNMONTS
Mt. Pleast M ldkill-The
Methodist Mea wiU met today,
7:3 p.m. Jame Stewart, ps
dent. Chai No. 1 wl have its
reheanrsal mmorro, 7: p.m.
Rev. W. M. FPrTgse, pastr.
ML Cart Baptist There
will be a Buaim Meeting W
day, 7:3 p.m.; and T nhes'
Meeting, Inommw, 7:31 I.L
ter. T. A. Wrglt, pultor; Mrs.
Esther W. H reporter.
Church of Gd to iarist-
Claurch School, i ajn.; ma.
bg woralp, 12m : Ymfg
Peoples WHllg tW* Me


ip,8 p.m. Bishop H. Williams,





JAMVS WIULIAMS
Funeral services for James R.
Williams, of N.W. 3rd Street
following a lingering illness
who dil Feb. X at i ho.n,
wil be cndued Tmraday it 3
p.a. from the ML Ple
A.M.E. Murqh with the Rev.
W. FNrguMoa officlati., I.
terimentv lUi inw tohe Plo.
at Plain Cemetery In Jones-
vile. -
Mr. Williams is survived by
three brothers, Hampton C. Wil-
liams, Edward R. Wllms,
Wideman B. Williams, all of
GalsviUle; one sister, Mrp.
liabeth Welch of Alacha,
other relatives and frids.
The family and friends are to
meet at the home of Mr. Wil-
Lhm at 2:15p.a. to form the
cortege to the, church.


Hughes I ChAstnut
Home in charge. '


Funmeal


OWLMS PORTER JR.
Final rites fbr litfie sb 111 l
Porter Jr. of achus, who died
Feb. 31 at his hone following a
brief m ies, fil ble comdced
Saturday at a.m. frem the
St. Luke M. E. Church with the
Rev. G. W. le officiating. In-
termet wi ftow l the St.
Mafew Cemetery.
Hugis & Chestnut Funeral
Home in charge.
HENRY LLOYD
Henry Llo of 71 N.W. 3rd
Street, died Feb. 2 at Alaclma
Gcenrl H-f -fen a
lhgerg ileha Mr. Uoyd
lived in Gainmve for a gret
number of yeo
Fueral arra gemnto wit be

SFeen l Hor.
6bymm

Ja Willwno, fA NW Ith
SL died at his hon after a
h silos.
Duce IBothes Faeral
lHle wll aniile ut-ral ar-'


Itg 7 pj.a; ad eWat w-l rUgments later.


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Social


Dynamite

TD ant dMob loW
mite in al O WoC ianI-.
ides (and, for tat mat, in
a the world) clearly is dm-
ltratd to I e fon m of
potest his may be realisi-
ca, ema viy, direct -
ion by demoostratius or poe-
ketbook boycots. Or it may
be taken ob thecentesn ofv
eme.t, a board of aermW ,
a state legislature, the Co-
E'Ut


la the United Stales the
shs grow like glaciers. And
the social pact of thai i
like the movement of a glc-
her-ilow, relentless. The shlum
can be, in effect, like an amo.
eba, flowing out and surround
ing an object in its path. Or
it can be explosive social
dynamite, when the heat gen-
crated by its friction with the
society about it touches off an
plosion.
0 IT IS in our thme. The
social dynamite is being deto-e.
ated. If society does not move
to reduce the heat, thee, his-
tory teaches us, there will be
ontinual eruptions until mne
equity is attained. To date,
the American system, or way
of life, has been flexible
enough to adjust to change.
The social revolution of Teddy
Roosevelt's days and that d
Woodrow Wilson and Franklin
D. Roosevelt wereregarded as
radical, -ocialistic. C4 -
alst and destructive d pro-
perty rights. But property
rights remain and are more
profitable than ever before
because of the flexibility of
our political system and the
Constitution, which requires of
government that It be seni-
live to the general welfare.
. In more m an tum Is a
the social |roblliil ri.
St. Ldis, New York, Chicago,
Cleveland; Jackson and Hat-
tiesburg (Mi.); Birming-
ham; Albany and Alanta,
(Ga.); Chapel Hill, N.C. -
these are but a few. In each,
the tension grows out of some
injustice-oting rights, hor.s
in, schools, jobs.
IN NEW YORK there is a
rent strike apst aords
'of dum housing to Hrim.
More than 233,01 perAm are
crowded ito central iHrnl .
Of tlhseaome 7,1sj-w
per cent are under a years
of age. These are png Am-
ericam. Thir counterparts in
disenchantment, Illiteracy,
employ t, lack of ilsand
drift into crime and de-
liqumcy are to be found .-
to varying totals Ih doen
of American des to the
South, Eas, North West And,
ato keep the pictet balance.,
e mnt soteht thMt re
white counterparts as wel. By
no means are an the died
vantaged to BarlB or *M
cap.
In New York there is a rent
strike against landlords.
Rats, verao, l of be t and
water, dI ed SI saltaoIM
laws, and v*gealiosm ihatd
one a mat se s el to be-
lieve are commonplace. Court
tests have upheld he stris
SIn tert1- q and dy4
day diaries of life to ee
Sthe ancient, decaying baa.
Sel are wosne i sagaer.
the's descriplot Gto lae
Ia eM M Thden ill s leords
are arguing dthat the property
i thoabks ad that Byay s me
reqgi1ed o d moon I"eday
are ding sdldth la
aN Jay q t e ore.
IWI w laws -d ende
a ahead to asea
me.
111s1 5 NSo agot t-






nageruh. o W


DISPUTE CONCLUSIONS ON COURT


An Answer to Professors


a m ui M I
* is lohem dIke pod ical
adlil X dfeldo the
pme rt d n a wek
a that te popul of the
45 aMw gi-t anirt
tbheun a ciaqIjnal sw
ad6 ~ rei am.be ofu
and political science. N -The
f ts f thedecison, as e-
visged here wee:
-S will redus e pement
prumntati in Cgres of
be em.-d- pt dof
view md hnhmme tdothe
urbw ad ubd -omry


BELOW OLYMPUS


- thereby removing one of

iy pimp frm the impo
Uon of the absolute w of
current, tai mt majority "
TI b at ple l erima1, tbe
ctue the popilad of the
Uited Stales is M app l-
mtly V per cot urbiaue
Ialnt; adl n the reqprw
ooment of House sa e
dero by the Suopm Cort
the 70 per cent wil get more
and the x per cent will get
less.
In1E COURT assumed
canr) i puitiscal pces
over which the Costitution
qdcifc gIes doo


3y lsedoedl


"I don't know if it's spring yet, but the way politicians
ore acting, you'd think it was November already."


to Cagness, providing in (Ar-
tide 14) that "each hse tIof
Corpeosi shall be the judge
of the elections, returns aid
qualification of it own me&-
bes . ." In so doing., the
present Supreme Court .took
the longest step yet in pur-
-ing its concept that, when
qrem has failed to leg-
late a principle which the
rt considers essential to
ihe pubic welfare, it has the
authority to enforce this prin-
ciple by judicial decee.
-The court found this au-
thority in these words of Arti-
e 14 "The Houeof Rep-
relatives snail be comps-
ed d members chosen every
dead year by the people
supplied of the several states
...." Read in its "historical
context," said Justice Black
for the court majority, this
proves that the outhci of the
Constitution did not inLnd, de-
spite the plain wording of the
subequendly-written Article
1-5, that the House should be
the ultimate "judge of the
elections, returns and quali-
fications of its members."
THE PROFESSORS and
some lawyers who comment-
ed unfavorably on the above
estimates dispute the simple
arithmetic evidence that the
decision removed a political
protection of minorities. They
also expressed agreement with
Justice Black's reasoning, and
with his assertion of the Su-
preme Court's power under
the Consti tuition to deny to
Congress the exclusive super-
visory authority granted in Ar-
ticle 1-5. But most of the dis-
sent was concentrated on the
following sentence appearing
last week in this column: "Ev-
en more importantly, the de-
cision will assure that a
greater number of presidenti-


al elecsto w& be choose by
the urbu m f. which will
give more we t the great
city couti in the outcome
of presidential elections."
This department was cred.
cited in these letters with mak-
ing the ignorant assumption
that the decislao did and
could change the number of
presidential electors to which
each state is entitled, and al-
so change the present total
of 535. But this assumption,
which would indeed have been
ignorant, was not the basis
for the sentence. It was this:
THE DECISION will pro.
duce more presidential ele-
tors in each state than now
who will be responsive to ur-
ban suburban interests and
viewpoints, since all but the
two state electors at -large
are drawn from the congress-
ional districts. If and when a
presidential election devolves
on the House of Represen-
tatives, by the failure of any
candidate to get an electoral
majority, this change will af-
fect the "outcome" of such an
election. That is because each
state has one vote in a presi-
dential election by the House,
and the majority of its con-
gressional delegation deter.
mines for which candidate
this vote shall be cast.
Also, it will be more diffi-
cult hereafter for state party
committees to run "uncom-
mitted" slates of presidential
"electors" in the hope of de-
volving the presidential elec-
tion on the House. This ar.
rangement has been made
possible by the fact that each
congressional district, regard-
less of population, has equal
membership on these commit-
tees. And the majority for
non commitment has come
from the "country" areas.


LESS ABOUT THE 'MAD MILITARISTS'


Screen's Sense Twists About the Bomb


By RICHARD WDilO
chief, oCwle Washitgtm

WASHINGTON A success-
ion of people novels and
movies reveals th prou&
tion of the wrilitaNg mI
with doomsday. These works
have one thing il common:
The assumption that wUIly
implausible events threat.
en Il a world ruled by mad-
men.
In the parent-work of is
modem apodhryha ("O the
Beach"), the world dies a a
dclar death. "ail Sae" p- .
ges the world into nuclear
war by mistake. The satirical
approach oe "Dr. Strangelov:
or How I Stopped Worryegl
and Learned To Love The
Bo1 b" p enlts the aSump-
tion that an unbalanced Amer-
ica0 general will pu the trig
Iff*


TMO CONCLUSION to be
drawn is that the world would
be Iasea nrably safer and
saner if we banned the bomb.
-ow Sa t It dctroe to be-
nj preained In the popular
media, it may have wide
country to be considered as
seriously as it is in England.
Te ritish are in the throes
of an intellectual and emo-
ionl argument on rmouncg
nuclear weapons. This has ad-
vanced far beyeed h ban -
the-bomb delomitrado by
longhaired young me and
blacktockinged youg wom-
en. Now the argument has
asceed Into-the rarived in-
Wtellectual atmosphere where
nuclear discussions often be-
come incomprehensible.
The central argument for re-
nouncing nuclear weapons, in
its simplest terms, Is that Bri-
tain cannot have a force


strong enough to act as a de-
terrent and must in any case
rely on the American deterr-
ent. The bomb Itself is not the
problem, but how to deliver it
by moms which are Ipcreas-
ingly 'epenive. Britain's
means of delivery by bomb-
er is already obsolete.
THE ARGUMENT for coa
tinuing the British nuclear
weapons program, at least for
a little onger, is that while
the British nuclear farce is
not a completely independent
deterrent against Russia, it
probably does have a deterr-
ing effect in other ? af 'Ps,
Any adversary would fear its
effects, rariici'arly F .ce tie
use of it might involve the
United States in a nuclear
war.
These are some of the rea-
sons why General De Gaulle


Voice of the PeolIe

On The Sun's Opinion Page
sleiu a wd smns of Smue dinm od es wlmm In the Viu of the PoPesn h MM. Lgos
m he dpdI al h the viwd r' si dm s. NAm wiMll b h with ,inPwmmned. A bette w o
s mud E wa mm h M bs umr --. ide om 1f ut a. PfMNrw seoun be smd. The
turn Mme i d be fi"t a inhM N In se to ,ailMe I $be, ghogig hen v its mu~mlog or


Cruel'Saddle':
LeashLaw
EDOR, Su: Since I work-
ed cely wlk the Humane
Sociy for the last sev
years of its peratin si d
this rganiatlisn was the W*
forteg agent for the ciy's
si l "waes, Isam
gi lak r i a m

lined to saqad eperaees
f ftiheater at Ia it ver
ti to.h y beceaS l lack a
pe-n ad soelal sli
pert hes o durleds a
Ste hs bmen Mla rp
d .e d ir ad IS eim
bran etaseea Jne a. S
vto vrptir ad g Ia h
age b 01 q bebSn
=2n M my
dUlSe knisite4d4
hi'U ft M


companolnhip w this asi-
mal ca give.
Unfortunately, too many
dog o do nt face up to
their reepod.iitie to the
neighbors fa titoa wh edo
not Ike the abis or are
being annoyed certainly have
their ide of the case. How-
ever, they do have resource
Ito aellt Uds alya
toin the prest dinance.
The ordinances were re-
vied mat too bg ago ier a
eare sldy of e odpc-
es of many duesa sampler
from mdtial hbmm o p-
abations. Pfmls are
made to take Car of vtos
dofIand mi nee dog. M
Sais to prenl dogs
evper gerbage cunt -e
ape pwqtyi a s- Ev-
oe osseive ri. mt j

Nbmwst a*L aa*w


ma

.1


thing to do is take the matter
up in a courteous way with
the neighbor. Usualy the a-
noyame can be corrected. If
the neighbor is the wrong kind
o persm aod will not co-op
rate. i the complaint may
be signed at the police station.
Let's it saddle Gaineuvlle
with a eash law at this stage
of our city's growth and pro-
gres, a lto wich would de-
prive oar chil e f their
pets, and a law wi woudi
be expensive ad almost im-
MRS. C. T. BRANNON


Backs Full
Leash Law


has proceeded with a separ-
ate nuclear force. In England
the issue is figuring in the
oncoming elections. A policy
statement of 4e Conservative
government announces its re-
solve to maintain and indepe-
dent nuclear deterrent.
The whole argument has be-
come incredibly involved and
beyond the competence of av.
erage persons who retreat for
their comprehension of the
problem into the fantasies of
the novelists and the movie-
makers.
THIS IS A strange and dan-
g9 us way to arrive at pop-
ular decisions, partic ula r.
ly since the scenario writers
have little to offer except dra-
matic soliloquies on what a
dangerous age we live in.
The intellectual climate
which spawned some of the
novels also created the condi-
tions for a meaningless nuc-
lear test ban treaty. It has
slowed down our nuclear read-
iness. It has created in addi-
tion a virulent anti-govern-
ment atmosphere. In their fic-
tional roles the people who
rule us are fools, knaves or
paranoics who are about to
destroy the world We are at
the mercy of mad professors,
deranged militarists, or faulty
systems of nuclear control.
That all of this is highly im-
plausible and not to be found
anywhere in the real world
is considered to be irrelevant
since the function of these
literary works is merely to
scare every one out of their
wits.
PERHAPS THE FAULT lies
less with the authors of
these fantasies or satires than
with those who draw profound
conclusion from what was
only intended uas engros.
as smspem story.
ut when a suspen story
falls into the bads of the
Hollywood script wier it has
to emerge with a message a
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I W JOH h BSorth MSa-
ca (AP)-Thee is at oach
smreq du s Ia semI
dsod*i t i e tArica Ie I
ief amer's name ao wtlb
wI toul aditros. PWtoh
met is treated to lbfe
So ame odetie' afdar.* t
Del the pulibttty, Prime
Minister .Henk t Vemd
ikes hise aposatona Bueh
That he lhao fwd to ea itm
He td PMOarlia l Wi nh ws
debate ttein cffeed o Mer
seeoitles. 6at be bad im aa
uanbher di te OyIs lad
i gsanem t a u pma.
S Oppouioa men mbesn get usem
Samimsent trea bm bhe ofp
the Iterm Dr. Vwod bdpi.
i ing in(n ofthebtiaamsc W-
aeinouaisofbhisgsodety-eBre-m
I ederIa (Te BI INteIId orI
Bod of Brothirs).
Aom" to the nwpape
dieams the P- Su M
would hea to dmea hin btW
black iot ddstha hldH4rIk
rooam beide a "crps'" swathe
In a black dhrov, b n a
bier, ad wih tgowed "betray
alawrwe amitIhbtood.
He iW em bave to switch
-ing 00 1* tt wow
While the uwS bear a
cpia Ma:": "He who be-
*I trayst0eb willbe daa
by ut hebd."
canrtosi ma iUtveranet
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as qi l SaMtueoibArglm
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ththae lra evper vai
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uSmts, ta s ulb Afrin'l
print unistr, kept a regular
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unSgd wtek from bemw
.ing memb.
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Ca and i*i of f the AI-
kam naUrn-doe5diI't Of
the wrly Isro -after ni
South Afgiad wh -o
la n TheaI- wh ep
arem dof BrittihO riL

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Challenges

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steal-S ,5 copy.
he Ari=su epabtna'
apporten have c- up with
this new gwAiMk to rakaem
pi0 humSd If all the boab
arem U a thr m ice,
Goldweres preMWaal-ca-m
pan coe wu be $tuL
richer.


A limited alite 1,ola p*
Shas bem run off. Five have
em donated to he Library of
C mre Nary 10 hae be
soM, with 14 peraes pying
m thn the tmininM pri
and one man c1a rielag
ma^W


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y Frankt P. lU.d ,
pAr-on immmnme aw e
fhmce duhRirand of a GoM


water r preside a nltteeaumdlate to te Royal hlis-


wo thuht -up f book.


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-olograpid "Barry."
-fly -I ji u a
The Somelor, In the YtW df
many pdasioal pilelograph
es, is extraordinarily fine
amateur pic-ure taker. The
book beun this out
Bound I beige Ihen, me-
using U by i tInches, it ca-
tains 51 Mack-and-while photo o-
graphs d Arizon ladscaps
and Indius, with heay -
liance a filters ia the iten
ngn of the w southt
is s cled 'The Face of Art-
ms." Godwater wrote ad Se
capions.


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sm of 3 lam Di g t,,t
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I negatives Ariona alone,
as well u a om s othem n
different prts o te werkL
"ney have hbee taken pi-
marily to reced what Ariso
boked like during my life. I in.
tend that they be deposited with
the Ar Mecal Fooed.
tion when I am no loaer here


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Patoo o the Third Batalion
(PrshInk) of the lth Artlflery
Defdo iast in t e Uit Train-.
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Army school at Sandia Base,
N.M. He ns gadnuted th 9
from the University of Florida
and is the so ofMrs. Eln K.
Ldrtis of 117 NW Second Ave.
Pvi Gone A. Nipper, = of
Mrs. Anre M. hipper of New.
berry, and Pvt leam Reeves,
1a- of Mr. and Mrs. Willam B.
-teeves of Raiford, recmntay
imapeted eight weeks of ad-
.aced ytray ia ng at the
US. Army Training Center at
Fort Gordon, Ga.
They received instruction in
dhe various technical skills re-
quired of infantrymen.
Nipper, 17, entered the Army
In September 190 and complet-
ed basic trang at Fort Jack-
son, S. C. He attended Newber-
ry igh School.
Reeves, 23, who entered the
Army at the same time, receiv-
ed s basic training at Fort
Gordon.
Marine Private Howard L
Crw, ason of Mrs. Earl R. Jer-
uiaon of 310 NW 15th Ave.,
graduated famr recruit train-
ing Feb. 13 at Marine Corps Re-
cruit Depot, Parrida Island, S.C.
Te trainig included drill,
bayonet trainl, physical con-
ditioning, pardes and ceranon-
tei and other military subjects.
three weeks were spent on the
rie range firing the M-14 rifle
and other iseatry wepos.
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Force.
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. -WAMINGTQN (AP)-It M.-
Stop Marine aid today the
commiusts in South Vid Nam
have stepd up the se and In-
tsity of their attack because
theytnk the war is develop.
1- 1- .. S.


New Marine Chief Sti

Sees Eventual Victory


i min tneir tavor.
But Gen. Wallace M. Greene,
the new Marine cmm andant, Greene aid in an ecbosive in-
told The Associated Press he is terview.
optimistic about the evn ial Greene caused the war in
outcome of the antitoamaSst South Viet N i the first
war being waged with heavy question and answer b r-
U.S. help. view he has granted since be-
"I am optimistic as long as coming commandant of the IM,-
ny outfit wants to fight," manMarine Corps lastJa.


Money Mountain


From Bubble-gum


1. e looked over the situation
on the spot just before the last
co p.
fth cnmna nt saM he was
unable to answer qsm
growing out f a spate re-
ports that the U.S. overmuent
is couidering moves to carry
the anti-Coinumnist war behnd
North Vietnam lines.
Q-General, you were out in
South Viet Nam shortly after
you became commandant and in
between the coup. O the b
of what you saw and maead
out there, how would you asmss


the military pituatioin Viet
Ste Ikk Sltalr comes down big," Shorin testi. Nam today?
y McCANDLIS PHILLIPS ied. "We got in just in time
NEWYOandout just in time." He said A-Anything I could say
NEW YORK Out of e that when children's interest would be based on the impre-
pcan come, cren three moreths,wanes, the market dries up al. sions of a short stay in South
can come, nni three mand nickels most overnig and dealers can wVet Nam. However, I had the
enoughpennies and nickels get stuck with tremendous quaniopportunity during this brief
dimes to make leof unmarketable novelty period of going from one end of
high. For the bubble-gum t manu- the country to the other.
facturer, the problem is how toem ou o the oer.
make that wonderful money When the Hopalong Cassidy I had the opportunity to look
mountain his. fad "came out of nowhere" in at the latest plans for the cam-
It isn't easy. When a child the early days of television, pain in that country. In my
walks into a candy store he may Topp purchased rights to use opinion they are very sound
have only one penny to spend, photographs on gum cards from from a military point of view.
and he isnotgomingto throw it William Boyd, the actor, whoe I reached a very definite con-
around indiscriminately. For- old films had come back to com- clusion that there were plenty
tunes are made and lost when mercial life. of supplies-ammuniion, weap.
the child plunks his copper The Elvis Presley rage pro- ons, an other means-on hand
down and specifies, "nlat one." vided another opportunity to at- t ,complish :a plan.
A Federal Trade Commission tach the product to a star. I h chanlceto see the if.
heart here has pwidd rich The government that e icers and men-both Vietnam-
insrt ion how manual r. use of baseball cards with gum es and their American advis-
ers stive to make that fateful -_SOMat5cent ack gave ers in the battalions and
decision go their way. T ToppP an annual sale of companies and other units. I
Toppsa Chewing Gum, Inc., of 3 million in the season. thought they were highly co-
Brooklyn is replying to F.T.C. said an entirely new series had pe (t, hbat they wanted to
charges that it has monopolized to be issued every spring be-fight.
baseball cards in the gum field cause "the youngsters will not I also came away with the
by obtaining exclusive con. buy last year's cards." fee that this is a long-time
tracts. Some ideas that prove to be business, and we aren going
The competition for children's good sellers cannot be protected win the fight overnight
small change hinges on novelty. because no one owns the rights.'
Catch tie child's fleeting fany Topps did a series called "Free- Q--Wbat was your impression
and he ill make you a million. dom's War." A competitor an- of Maj. Ge. Nguyen Khanh, the
aire. But his fancy may last for swered with an Item called n Vietame premier?
less than h days. "Kids' attend. "Fight the Red Menace" bubble A-The general is a highyu
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gum cars, combinmmg h*ui pa- competent soldier, well educat-
triotism with a taste treat ed both in military and cultural
The Brooklyn company is ex- matters-a man who knew the
o tremely alert at spotting an in- problems in his corps area, and
1 cipient craze. The company has had definite plans and positive
I the inside track Beatlmania. tntions of carrying them out.


for me to say at this disance,with manl grp attacks. T ,
but I omuld ay that Gmeralu o situation develop i
Khaa has pretty we deman- d f t m is their fav,
strated Us m utry fpalmu. they are e the sie of h at-
He's carried out hW sess. tanag oups nd the frcs
h opereatoms against the Viet the stauc
Cong.


Q-The Viet Cona seem to be
operating in larger mts now, in
perhaps e ag rei form,
what had bee called Phase II
in guerrilla war doctrine.
A-You mean in the battalion
size team?
Q-Yes. What significame do
yeo see in this? Doem't this
mean that their capabilities
have ssin d n a- and
mmen, as well a perhaps eir
confidence?
A-I think that sie of the at-
tack is part f the concept on
which the Viet Cong aid Ho
Ci-m ad mn of the oter
Communist frce, have operat-
ed for years.
In other words, they start off


I think that this doctrine i
behind the battab-sie tck,
rather than a improvement in
the wep ns sit A, ltho
I ane4m aret etti w

Q-anceyeuwere otier, a
paUef ppa to Im e -
oped, wit Viet Coq Coan
nist terrorist attacks aimed
recty at the America for the
first tme. How do yo a ethe
signiface of tfi? Do you
think It s a concerted cam-
paig? And, if so, what could
be their motive?
A-I could o uly hazard a
gues that perlap the Vit
Cong fed that bribg this so
of attack home to the Ameri-
cans who are stationed in Sai


Wdsa- v. tF wy M, t9N4 oe ,mhle sa 9
Speush t bulk o that when you compare the
ig 1whom wm c t romops.nmber of flights that hav
uTh1 k0 lwt0 a70 iMdeaofthe been executed by helicoptW,
6w k NM 404. hAr~y and Marina, and the
gem yheaommff '- i tecopters, m of combat md ds Ithat
ag addii nea thea rpflerts oa fd sme to i. havew been fown, with the num-
-' ad -- am t. m h pm are quite ber of helicopter that have
Q-Te role of the US. Ma- vuheral e w to te rather been brought down by nM
ba ou ml Na m hamsnot m csa 1AuNW thaUt the ViMt fire, the number is uxtely
barn Ayhaited -u mcha" Ca me. Wh was your am- umua-"uisingy so, in view
-a th Army Sped wal. .u '? of the companUvdy law spod
Wh can you may t I A Wel y presmon is of the helicopter.


A-WeB, we're dog a wry
dStte job hi i th Viet Naw
For the past t years we've
had a reifdSee hdi
squadma up min 1 mom m-

" They*e flfcm.qal
WU Oflght horin h haehem .
ti of tiud mbi they have
Ied owve mU pu-db
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newspap. Sine the i weeks tie unwer my dir-
give a day eac e to send for my BIP Kit It
bringig more infou ad you compe di*rectiUsM
Malourageent to t. woma -l also includes my nique
wi owing B ( Meny B Weight ht Y can
Impromm I Plan). realize dart you it a this and
that this isnot the t eek watch your beautyline rise as
for a& of y became u di wght drops.l If yu wou
Mam WR w ta loN B1 (p 5 et for 5pa
15uor a poudsldurir d handling) and your name
week period. Others more d address to Jopine Low-
pnds to bae. I amjiwt aUn cta r the Gaines
m 7ttbren SL.
at isaDright1to 1
ft PIN.OW qa on St. John's
"Vh S 'Homecoming
happy news, that yetha Annual Homecming of St.
nmchkd your Ideal wd a, John's Methodbt (urch will
S calories toyour d e place Sunday with a b
take. Iyoucontnwe toje, bh lunch scheduled for nooa
anet U eAd it S j Ad oWMad aiMs nag uMW
bd to pin, at bac a L wIfoDOw.
la t way yea id lmtfor Dr. F. W. Kuakmor of
y s jt how man calor. Ganesville wi be ut eak
es you reire to nta r for themorningm serviceat U
yor perfect padg. f8 many o'clock.
factors enter I the cula- Dr. Loyd H pton lake
toa, such as pUielal activity Bttr is pastor f the d e ,
and metabuD that this is which is located near StFe
pbabl thebest way deter. Station, a mile north State
oe the carries yeo requre. Road 1.
If you camnted c lo i de
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YON was t iyou no,
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*id ymsef before startW BIP,
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wee, you wl know wilch e
w youoeed. Cocentae
tim for a few weeks to br
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L unceb x mong Us x a
en 0 d6 to-lWe d
Ltobert Row, 12:31 Pm Mrs.
tobet L Joeluuo, Gainesvidle
Golf aid County cb.
Wedlng of Misi H o a i
orge L A. Wpj Sr, ad Ro
id Le* MMcNimar. aS Mrs.
Bertram a. MeNmn adn
he lae Mr. Uclsmara, 7:3
iCi Oirch..
SATURDAY, Feruy U
Wedding o iss Deanne ..
retta Jmerson, daughter of Mr.
mnd MK. Lancaster Jamero,
and MWvin Douglys ell, a
of Mr. and Mrs. Mdvii LY
Richmond, Va., 7 pa,
N"rtbeqst Chith of rils.


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Officers wil be elected duri
a meeting of the Galoeile
Women for Eqal Rights h. i h
at the Hillel Student Caeter,
NW 1Mth Street.
Following the buness m.
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dCt.eble&iuaoriL Mi hr btUr, Mk K
Mr. aMs.-mvm, who ly (t asolai
have beb liogt a M Gad mle S Mk.i,
Ihoum lMNW1lbAv e, mld their fboi., ad her
expect to m a e thi week-. iWr, Mrs. JamMa W.
ed. o Naples and he *aily.
CMdoa epC. Mm While n Napies, ated.
aMd ,m m e. ed apedrfoance the l.-
ed woard tht teir daughter, there Symphony orchestra.


Benefit Parties Slated
By Recreation Dept
Two weit parties wI be OnSrday Youth
feared bs la is thm Cu hers ae planniog a
t i ty re. fad Bad w with upo-
creation Clater der the 4. c"eds dated to the March o
rectml of he Gaimtol -Uims and aWm t Fund.
creatmo DeprtmemL Combus w play for
Friday ewing, a Team Tine a* from I Upa. toIdd.
Heart D has .bee p- night.
ned for I ad h grade ate- Youth ub cards wiM be on
dents froa 7:3 until I a. ale ntil March 14. After that
Muac wI be provided by Bm date, no am wl be a ted
Mart. to Youth Cb wlout a card.g


Dmoa of to nt
ad AI domnm me to i co
bDtins b& the Hatyv Fea
Dr m far the onta wl lbe
drey amies fr the girk ad
& for th boys. _


jmoemoom

SORCERY




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3 --am. dm gs


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tatt. Jae se7 usls


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Vilplagers' Win Gold Trophy
OIW," a -g E4wfkte*inatt MUnlver.Laurie Kerr' M Pat
who are sabe t l siy *of raftl Auditorm.
St fmr i et l a The "Vilagers'" ab
ap tkgr* & rh WWp MUSeI lmary nre in a Boolene
r w ft 7Nki9at.ulkAh#Ipftar.,sMw held in MJas
gt atepory Mat diesm rn ar 'nptow, cently, the group also
al TaO Smw, Patty Jones, Loreld Der, private parties.


it all
w onl fire
my Toted
sla ft


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FINAL WINTER

CLEARANCE!!


1 GRMOUP Lad Foil and WintWr SKIRTS ................ 5.00
values to 14.98
I GROUP BLOUSES ......... 3.50 ch or 3 for 10.00
values to 9.95
i GROUPSWEATERS ........................... OFF
values to 24.98


1 GROUP of Winter DRESSES.................
values to 40.00


....... ~ OFF


1 GROUP of Men's SUITS.....................
59.98 value
1 GROUP of Men's OUTERW AR.............
values 19.98
1 GROUP OF SWEATERS-V-Neck, Cardigan, Crew
I PRICE- values to 18.98


2 PRICE

/2 PRICE


SGROUP Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 3.50 e. or 3 for $10


* All Sales Final
* Central Charge
* Alterations Extra


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debqe Cla ed Ads lbri
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Sun Want Ads Get Results


Easter


On A Kenmore Sewing Machine and Look Elegant
for so Little Money for Easter and After ..


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Mrs. B. B. Johnson's Favorite Pie


if Un TlmU
hAuld"e PFm W M


Oiw 1W laLy6 aa
onbmi 6l1w:
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Pless


And so wonder. The Pema
Pie dot Lady Dir Jdam
v"e do bedt i the reide of
Zepy Wr whose cooed
aourt ear prmisntee' fas
bae eajoyed for the blt
yeats, Sad who is -no plyw o
her *iD at The Whie Hom.
Mrs. Wright, who darted a
ber cuahry career by itodyql
hoir ecOm it ha Irdevied
SPie. We've compared it
wIth domma of other rul ad
hbns theuicbeL Sat l por-
tiou of this pie are ai order,
ee yeou have a much ka
r a our admirably o am ful
ad racius First Ldy.
Here's t list of iedii
for the d ert traigh from
The Whie Hom We've outI
ined the method we used in
tetng the pie.
WHrmB HOUSE PECAN PM
% cup (1 stick) butter
I cup ngar
I cup dark comn syrup
% teaeoo saltU
1% teaspoon vanilla
3i cm oanely chopped pecan


Calendar


Of Events
TODAY, Fierry U
Galevie Bridge Club, 7:
pa., Holiday Im.
University City Bride Cub.
7:4 p.m., Weed Hal, 1i NW
i Terrace.
Universty WOLM'sI Club
Neo cners II, Ip. a.,
ChMtoua.


,.ADY BIRD IN THE KITRHN-choddEg upa her fatrite Paec Pie,
with Zephyr Wright, whe's cooked fr the Joham family for years sad is
now at the White House.


Fluted unbaked ptry she inerate (375 deree) oven on the
a m-Nch e pun or plate rak directly below the center
Allow the butter to standIn!a c unt 0 oistoated kown
covered medmn miing bowldrdt is set in center wbm
at room mpaeera uWtl It hto is lp hntaken a but
extrm ley loft. Add M pgr, cnilI to 5 mine. Pastry edge
etnmelt. AI u"Id behod ead utd b c
M a ll d w itha -a
sturdy hand rotary beer or tom poetry a pale ld. If top of
mig spoe, buet mil tfi. pie geo very dark toward end
rou y b ded. Add es nd of baking te, place a tat of
beet gently Jut n blded foil over it Cool O wire rack.
Fold a tt pecans. Pour ito If desired, "e with unwet-
putry shbelL Bake la a mod&eed whipped cream.


Spanish Honor Society

At GHS Has Initiation


onarNo *a Ml, the
Gr a- n ol -at.

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lmment bs oa" JwD
lrltih.daimyMe, Jew
' ialk ^^hmiJ~ bib _^^ Dams
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Nuptial
Are Set

Saturdc


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The sup"a d Min DI-e'
Lretta hams demS
Mr. ad Mrs. Lmax Jar
k, and Melvin Da LI
Sm df Mr. se 'M. MMe
via Lyel, Rlhauni. Va., wiln
be shomabda 8haby.
The weddil vi take plsam
M 7 pa a Be Northet

datUvAi ad M b of thm
eole are iEvt ,aind.


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GLASPICALA
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Lioness Club Receives Award
It C. sftE... dorf W toLioum -
*!Ua ata fM.-#eDAM Home. -
TrIg Cow, Was putm Det llfor the aprmw
ieporsate aGhuleb u. wut Med byMm.J.A I.
en Cub at k es r meagti t
t6Ibbhtt~wrGre. -

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Sthna uspedatntmn0t SIdITODAYI


TUDM AY, Pekmy 0
Colfu Rd"a LadIe. 8
Avne.
Ganville GardM Cub Or.
do:
1:0 a., Be.oiolea, M My-
rm W. Wheat Jr., 324 NW
Mr. 0. W. Nader, 37 SW
M u. mi,r W. Ke,
altn-Uwt Road; Dihtft
I"e .baI7i3tmu NW
t Set;-CGmdekia Mn. .
C.uS m-Jr., SM4 NW lth
Art. Hiacus. Mrs. Robert
L, ailey, 3124 NW Ith Ave-
We:; Pam, Mrs. Walter P.
Stewart, 114 SW 3rd Street;
1:45 as., Gloriosa, Mrs. G.
G. Kirkpatrick 103 SW S1It
Avenue: Magnolia, Mrs. J.
Lance aoby, NW Ith Ave-
Mne:
1:M a.m., Gldiolus, Mrs.
M. H. auley, 118 NW Uth
Terrace:
1:3 pm, Camella, Mrs. J.
H. Simons, 112 SW 1th Ave-
nue:
I2: ps., Founders, Mrs. D.
B. Beadley, 415 NW 1st Sh eet;
3:1 p.m., Amaryllis, M.
H. H. McDenmKd 19 SW lb0
Court; Azales, Mrs. J. Wayne
Reitz, 151 W. University Ave-
mue; Dopwood, Mrs. Fred Lu
gpoa, W NE 5th Avenue;: Lot.
SMn. Albert Wass de Cege,
31n SW 1st Avenue; Rose,
Mr. 0eal Coxm 10 NW 11th
RAd;
1:3 pi.m., Mimo, Mn.
Wade Rln 31l NW 5th St;
8: p.m., Carnation, M,. K.
A. Kease, 3511 NE 11th Te.,
race; Geranium, Mrs. C. G.
Hass, 111 NW 6st Terrace;
HydrangM Mrs. G. J. Frits,
218 NW 1jibth Teace; Jauame
Mr. Jam Nilack, 34 NW
lth Avenm.
Gode Ae Cub, 1:31 to 4:3
p.m., City Rw tIot center,.
harmonic Society. p.a
Mr. nd Mrs C. Williamonm,
=n sw Yi PlM.
Amw Aoda for the
UgdM NtM, Giavoarlle
antRl came 1otlNo. I
pa u i, 4dm il Mier
Sif OtW. I% *w? 7

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Abonee lutle e Yoder,
4 11M 1 1th Avmw.
'l *. Ma. 8:3y Pa
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. 41 NW 4AM
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-J We munm
3w"
a k- Chrn i -
1,0IMM NEl Aw., draitipe-
Sor days; H 8le M -
S te Jr, 31, no address usgd,
dduorder conduct or 10
days; Willie MUs OMa, 4,
Da r 1K g.
4X8l sW 3rtdrAve., outs
$5 N2or Isyp ;and arm
amrli a or -Wil.
s mtly emdt or 10 a;
4m NWI 1st d eDi medo l
diys; JoaqA DaviS ihloder,
t, U INorth Hal, driving a
car in AlmMu Como while
bfl| I University College;
Ji Rid f atBM is, 4:1
-pn l aths p A g outf
u *M da m or e day
driving in a restricted area,
or ne day, no deml, 2 or on
day, ringout e m aigune
area N2 0a m day, pukin 0Sa
of aired area, 2 ore by,
and me dmal, 2 or m day.
Jack lh e Paomer, Hum
prchb asking beer whi
being a mine or 11
days; Albert V. Krn3, 1,
1010 NW 32id Place, selli
beerw to minor, s or
days; Nichol.s Gord.n SWt
34237 SW 2id Ave., aeftq
Iter to a mwor, $35 or 10 days;
Dorothy Dim Baurm, 1$
SSE 11th St., seLing beer t
a minor, 75 or days, mw
eWd $50 or 3 days; An
Johnson, 0, NW 7th Ave.
Slarceny, 10 days. (up
d) and 35 or 10 days; Rober
IMonltt Sterne V72NI, N 7
Ter., improper tn, o a
three days: James Horna
Keley, 3, 113 NE 2N St.
spe and careless driving
i5 or 15 days; William Edga
Boblitt, 253R Faivek m I,no v
lid Florida drivers liea, $1
r five days and crdmtMidr
ag, M0 or 10 days.
SJams Cullen Auin, U, U
NW 30th Ave., ruling red
light, 5 or 10 days; MooMh
Alan Freedman, 21, o1 4r
Eher Road, careless drvtg r1
er five days; R iludhRile
Slunt,2 4411 SW .udSt,'p
bhited left tumn r o thm
days KemnethUppe L ,k M N
it St. no valid drivers enHe
$15 or five days; Jerry Mars
all, 41, Route 2 S15 or three
days; failure to yield the rig
of way, 15 or t days; Ha.
wood Douglas Boydt 31, Ice
py, careless driving, 15 or n
days: Edith Kite PRiey,
07 NW 41st Ave, drtf witl
in expired driven license,
or three days, ad Hal Srma
R 4 ." 24 $10; W tSt.,dlr
Ing while intoxicated, 114 o
60; Sdays
AeteOWui Write Pl ea
Guilty at the time of arm
from Robert Joseph Zarsou
19, 10 SW tod Ave., pro dbib
ed "U" turn, $10; Standi
Tuimner Eacudero, 21, Arch
Road Village, arng vtltio
W; Sam Lee Hall, Dalversi


of Florida, careless driving
caning an aM idse t $25; Jos-
ep Gerald Brown, 10,114 NE
th Place, ruing red light,
$1; James W. Cabirse, .
20 SW 13th St., narked too
clue to a fire hydrant, .50
Lloyd Michele Jordan, ,o
NE th Ave., m i r .
$15; William Andrew Cook, 11,
30% NW 2nd St., running
red light, $10; Goi Pal
Haha, M, 01 SE 17th t.,
speeding. 10; Cower Lee Din-
l Jr., 13N NW N l St.,
running a red light $15: Wal
itr Stve Anthoy, 2. O4 SE
13 Tor., baking aces a
mUb. n Albritte, M21
M E. IUlmrity Ave., rn-
s a rn it, 10; larence
wi Beftdey., 53K NW
W 17th Ave., mruig a stop


wae, % t Ni Av, r 1
ft ad r U W; O cI
Mh Ave, rmnta red

right of way, '5; iem Wa
ter IvgalN NW 17th AW,


m i a r fd $ W
WJ tm Jr. Skm
WVlanJolmma Jr, 2, 13
me ILS ,A Iwging toode
*, 5; waer JSn Jor d e,
Sm I4th Place, bes,
fmee, 0; Em l Raym nd
Kosdub, 57, 61 NW S 1.
Drivers homlM s, Be*

0; lonard Albert Mc .a
A, M; Hawthorne Road, ran-
Ssing a speed g, $0;
















nm Sn, n, gmh Springs, a
25; LJes,, Rouiddle oran
M1i NE 17th Place, sped-l

















0 ; R mb
the right uf iw O; Terry Ti
Nem 4 3 W t SL
er IItIi I dturnOlO.
Sbant all Preussil, 35 St
ap sign, ; n being a red li
102; yl WeLeyi mith, 2
X I S 10t St, careless driv
, Arch5;, Lyndon St
GIa Rowland, 0 NE
I, Ter. careless driving, $5
SOid lionght, I37 N. Wa
Read, muffleaw, 10; Ch
Vin t24, 42 NE 15I StS
; pearg Por5;Her BWiutleron,
I speeding rt $10; GRobert
SL King, High Sprigs., M
lowi;g too closelynt Sammi
SL Jones, 31, Route, 3, can
" l driving, $50; David Jrek
h Riard ,l, SE 14th T 44e.,
r.Ig, $10; Rx High. Art
SSa Ro running atop p
't Lea Mae Haire, 10t AI
Cho, nning a stop si4A $11
Betrice Woods FileJr., 3, 3 N1
- sth St., no drivers
20: Wllie Eis, 2216 NE
: Chwflie Wee Ellis Jr., X
I M0 NW )t St., running
d Sp sign, U$a; Melvin Judoi
SDurde 11, Archer, sp-eft
M W; Charles Thnodis DowdeP
* A21 NEtd Ter., running

T rer., Imprope lane damg
Fm; Farley Porter Butler, 1
W N NW 30 Ave., speedht
*$W- Robert Marion GrEf
3k X43 NW th St., peedm
* $10; Howard Lenton Rolan
" Newberry, dukemness 2
r Robert Edward Love, 41, 0
NE 2nd St., careless driv*
a SS; Abraham MoGill, i1t2
*' SE 4th St., drunkemes. 40
Ii Richard Jackmo Suith, 4% S
4S SW 4th St., dnmkenness, $a
h Beatrice Woods FIler, 2, 12
- IS 1bth Tr., speeding, 2


Walter Lee I ttlW, 25, no ad.
dress listed, diorderly conduct,
,$100:; Johie Maxwell, 3,
35 SW oId Ter., disorderly
conduct, 10; Earl Mawe,
, 1 SB 4th Ae-, diorder
ly conduct, $25; Patrick Hwry
Law. 35, Jacksonville, carel-s
driving, (; Dorothy Mae Pow-.
ers Ellis, Route 1, no driv-
e iense, 2; Marid Joy-


nor HrUm a n0 T o 10
Pbh, p bar ,I. 1.

light $10; James AlfLso
Bron3. 31, M14 NE 1st Aw.,
nlre I yieldth right o
my, George Lumai pin, .k
0 N l t St., in phyiel pom.
I-ion 4 a automobWile wi
dmIok ; John H. Felers
,41. U 311 4 imLspmd
U; NMA V. Yates Jr., ,
Route spoeig li0t a
ry Nlel R vel, 17, SB
th Ave., spWaft, $; Cad
lacy MeXaU TuN York,
nMnng rd t, : ote
Fhderik Makk N M N
Il St., MI *Ig tme ,clos
10; Jaune Argr NeAl. IT,
Im SV Ph FaI,
stp slpn Kaye 11;


*Mirh r 1m. IS, m
prmtWed "UmI, 411: .J
.ph ,3in Trem, mU, 6
lS, 1I 2m itM.e
M a Plae ilto Ave.
th rkld a ; u-m art





it, ImA*n-o m iaen,
M 4d f llt u





MtYO fl V", pd* viobt I
iht0;$amdMt g a mo.


3101, Stb at, no dcIal, ;
kAle amp hy, U;
MON Avw A..




iW llBthl 7ANW..AA, tI

'$15;t Rob rt A. Mo Kr 11
dried oi'Wdr;aD, N M
a311o SW ,S dLISal, 5;.NW
Juaes hainerAim, 2731



M h Av ltop yin l 10;1
M. Hart9k2, IS NW 7thI
L Place, $11; Gerald sesle ,A
2-u C"I Villag feeding,

FN IML, biai61r t obaeI



Loado, W5S.aeStL, adI
t NW 4th ., falureto yid thed


right of may.
% =s e caue of James
Carl Marlhnt, 43, 1212 NE th
Ter., sl beer to mors.
lA A GEEMRA
OIPrrTAL
Febw 25,14
I BIRTHS
Mr. anMrs. Earl James
Reinseh,r NW 2 d Ave., city,
a girl; r. and Mrs. Leonard
M. Poriod, P.O. Box 10, Ced*r
Key, a bqI; Mr. and Mrs. D .
aid L Kiver, 1303 NElth Ave,
city, a gyl; Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Frierft, 1427 NE 12th St
city a bo); Mr. and Mrs. Jim
mie A. Clratt, SW lath St.
city, a gi; Mr. and Mrs. F.
Nicols, t-C Flavet l city
a boy; M. and Mrs hma
Hanmer, 06 NE th Ave., city
a boy; r. and Mrs. p
Moody 231 SE Hawtone Rd.
cit, a boy,


i
1
1
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]
)
1
1
i
, 1


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J9~ '~'mhmsm~


IK i mdl km em-t
m G. Wel, Wm. TrmL D.
Toe ma din, Mrs. Louise G.
Paith aid da4t4W, NM -
sI P. Mamei, Ms. Pw L
Imadler and ., Mrs. Ida
& Jones and d er, Effie C.
Edwards, Charles R. Couch,
Id, Mrs. Ru V. Clark, Al-
bert W. ae, Jmes Nor.
OWd. Ptrm ic Robert


ACODWM IOUNMW
TM Gabvf polm tha
-h the foiewing
perm involved I acdis
in the dty yesterday:
Wilie Lee Mayer, $17 SN 1t
Ave., about 7: mat. on SE
ftbfl Capnos, IW NW
14h Ave., and John RaB 1M
S9 3rd St., about 8:3 au. at
the intersection of NW th Street
and *h Aveue.
Roger Alan Meyr, Hume
Hell, University oU Florida, ind
Via Ppemey, 1114 NW 3rd
piam about a ax at the in



NW 11th St., about It am. tI
the 700 block of NW th Street.
Mrs. Betty Cook Edwardson
914 Boulevard, and Elaree Phil.
4Up Brooking, 43 NE Oth Ave.,
about 1:30 p.m. in the 0 block
of Boulevard.
B. W. Beatty, 43B NW 13th
St., about 3:15 pj. in the 90
block of NW 4th St.
Eugeme Brooks, Rote 2, and
Edward G. Knight, 16M NW 41st
Ave., about 3:3 p.m. at the in-
iersection of NE Ih Avenue and
Mth Street
BaI l b. IeSBL h, 2 1 SE lth
Ave, amlnsie C. Taylor, 27
NB lth Driwe, about 4:15 p.m.
at the intersection of NE 21st
Street an rd 3rd Place.


Mrs. Scott Kelly
Starts TV
Debate Drive
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A &f
ancial drive, aimed at raWigl
money for a televised dAbate by
Florida gubernatorial hopefuls,
has been started by th wife d
one of the candidates.
Mrs. Scott Kelly o Lakeland
sent a check for 25,IW to State
Democratic Chairman Warre
Goodrich late Tuesday. Mrs.
Kelly, wife of Sen. Scott Kelly,
said she hoped the Democratic
party might sponsor the appear.
ances.
She said if the other five Dem-
ocratic candidates contributed
.5 each, S U wouid be
raised to pay or joint debates
in every major lor* popular
tion cower as well as a telvised
meeting of the hopelM.


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ADMnTED
Mrs. Barbara Rainsberger,
Amne S. Yrierson, James Ray
Norwood, to b er t Atwood,
Mrs. a C. Clyatt, David
D. Roe, Fralick, Mrs.
Bettye J Hanser, Vernon
Edwards, rs. Dorothy Harpe,
Ots Jodain, Raymond F. Ga-
lie, Mrs. tPatricia Wipf, an of
GainesviliM; Patricia A. Han.
eock, Alainua; Mrs. Joyce J.
Akins, Tenton; Oris J. 0*.
Seen, Hcesho Beach; Geor-
e A. owes, Dade City;
Roy T WmamA; William
K. Swi eM Chieflid; Elias N.
Iolbom, (Odar Key; James H.
Paddock edarKey; Robert W.
Pelja City; Mrs. TaWluah
B. T Hawtiwne; Josph
W. DouAs, Ocala; Mrs. Gin-
ger Lisey, Tretmon; Mrs.
Cara StudlO, Trnto.

Mrs. MWe D. Green, Louis
Moed, Jo.l M. Williams, Wi-


HuitiuLgear
KAYC E WY AP-Gma
Wad. WV i Rvoe -m
aic to cas tlest-thenm
e shoots it
With a record player and
speakers dhid in te bhes,
Emersole plays the msou of a
rait to nre bobcats ad coy.
os ald the rimes of qail to
get fto


He'll Receive EagleBadge 4 Children

At Scout Court of Iloor Die in Fire


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Mystery Drama


To Open Friday

The Gainesville ttle Theater ner, Joy Brown, Betty Colgate,
production of "Ten Little Indi- Rosalie Bennett, Btsy Bergamn,
ans," a mystery drama based Alice Parrish, Pete Portz, Li.
on Agatha Christie's book "And lian Ford, Felmy Ford, Robin
The There Were None," opens Thomas, Brodie, Milam, Roland
Friday night Husse and the actors.


Directed by AI Moffett, the
play is cbedeud for two per-
formancm this week and three
net week, all at the theater at
403 N.W. 18th Ave.
The cast inches Mel Sharpe
Marion Appell, Vince Luca,
Irme Silver, Bob Turner, Stu
Bowers, Jac Mobley, Ralph
Thompsm, Ann Haney, Cartto
Starkes, and Tom Godey.
Stage crews include Steve
Bushling, assistant director,
Kathea atadlr, stage mn-
ager, Bob ton, Eaine Tur.


Indian maidm hotemes are
Jane Milam, Liian Ford, Elsiek
Port anmd Doris SewarL
Reservation must be made
for the perfommana. Tickets
are $1.50. Certain time is :30
p.m.

INCOME TAX
GAINESVILLE
BOOKKEEPERS
l20 N.W. e. FR-6.224


RObert V. Cspurtle, ,
m S lha oBu, ab* wa
wlggbq os es' s

aeatdlkw at Spa. t.

Bell be ameM aet
hiMP ght MRit A B ad

StrbWRp B to BID
st at S Water d troop
it adt Bm biom troop
1. fVit bt dnop bedges
wEfl b ope'asLary Bihop
at Gauy nAt; adr iry
Hoaol ohop 1i.
New aded dasms b *w
be TW Anem and Kenny
JamifrMN;arDemar-
vd a d Fred Roethl, both i
"roop 37n
T4 get merit ibietl:
-


two. Buddy Pe Gy Redd
Ik, Joe &mmers, Nta WaI.
arm. Robert WHtIha ad BUI

-Troop 164- Larry Rigg,
two.
Troop M Ray Bryant,
Bob Dees, one each; and Bill
Wakenan, tiree.
-Troop 376 -Jeff Grant,
one.


Satellite


WEST GARDINER, Maine
(AP)-Four children died in an
explosion and fire In the cellar
!of their incompleted home Tues-
day.
The victims were the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Thompson, who were away from
home at the time. They were
Karyl, 14; Kaye, 9; Karl, 2, and
Kelley Thompson, 11 weeks.
Two others, Kenneth Jr., 15,
and Karen, 4, were staying with
their grandparents.
Firemen said a can found
near a wood burning stove in
the cellar had contained a gas
line and oil mixture used in a
chain saw.
Thompson, a self employed
contractor, was living in the
cellar pending constuction of la
house above it.


New Satellite


Q L a1 Good POINT ARGUELLO, Calif.
SI(AP)-A satellite vehicle em-
MOSCOW (AP)-Soviet scien. playing an Atlas-Agena rocket
ins portd Tuesd ty eya combination was launched Tues-
day by the Air Force from Point
ge radio signals the Arguello. No other details were
U.S. Echo 2 satellite better than released.


The signals originate with the
radio center at Jodrell Bank,
England, and are bounced off
Echo 2. The first signals were
received here last Friday night.


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f t. ldild to ibe w I
CA*rNofrd ofN& In-
ane. frIom D lt 4.
StTehey has prr hu sip
f tet hoal sard, -Mh
serveida a d -y ter c is 7-
61. He ulhp _.hed the pmn ea
Tn Fforo a duk5e"crt
oin Im I StanoilGr M, o
CAasS Iis the pa "" hoard
amber froea Distrct a C
Smi oe lad o ave hf tsaw
p ed it K Uit a ah w a
Wastisfl
a u . .
*. A nA t o Levy Cu *,
IBANLU Y Stadley lived in Witle for
"laMd. Me isfiu tvce preiset
LBJ to Bring ofbhea 'a ..,i a He
danda membedhr of e ieand
SBapli Colh wd cl he has f
t Hniorguyed as -Sund y ool supr. Pilet d J SN (right) a
His Family =w ,,
the jol, l tit f eaet at
To Florida f ther fryahq
foer y", Forssot Se
JACKSONVILLE (A)- aa 1 dLo6 at O .
familyhene comes to Flor- In mi





one ofihisexc ursia I rei mcal fa our Aehol i seiAls aorl
Itwbiel be the firstdosn nabeiCttrd KeeP& We
SwJohnson" vib ae xdteh l f i c lllt t M

tiet cfl wic fl- 1H -SilltM t IM | r lt urn a
belytorigftoPala itywhr d h ie eIncwr hiBi Mob e of the FFri b
wo one ofhse ahgcrsons a dk oSf o's ch C on ad SriPCg Mlst 1A
wa ioba or e C t- pa fl St r ik e l opdita f e a r a.
l narge Caalat lpl. tero wMwhn
bans teWit ioe a WlG (A Aascl chief 1E
s rnih wWSeel e ii Eas I gPhrll # ad m Service, U. e
Wat i tit t adir1t
sohAeins dis uheD tosa dl 1p SStu 1aN e S.pt "repmeuf d
Iv)S" byheteranv m bd em eu iag i sa a i.
eflyic to Miami for" asnDemocrae in dMelub oe a Mt od e pd
a madu rng die a.ingsio..i_ A i A Wb. hie i' a
'ne danne or wthe bose hefl 4 "ttW ehs lel strgfa
Miami Beach'OWs rFtainebeM o e at the been m t
T ash se o te Di r bw a .dM (A)r Aand =M = chid fa r be
w il l return to ashington rs- h
day night. sS ar Rama
Rondeavbe b aelspRead s,,bieov hi nte Ol e Jt, win m

S et.Jon's Rier, t u o nge buyonaut a c dn kern the pblaj l jet
f ib It a D emoa ratic ar t aAlal- Ba A sebhlea, i ar spentnar pod


folaion iaMgeiser dthe W y oiat a peer ly two years i hosp lia.
edge the ranch is the g o ut e fr cam S atst treatm t id
wheoas bn arp anal wl haling material at g "plie special e* at.f

Iave hver andhe IsI be "Il never qt
ito Yankeiown on the Gulf of Nonope atheg aeao s have fly again, MMid "r1 k
Mowi beeaaonstrok agaiasbt t h tdC h eC tD rthat it aa ohodr re.







wilrtutoaft wo Thor* dwab = for tnwt beU in im aoesr sdfd-
Unthb now the isiest taxingtie JntsandSI a n Aeri wiay dubitaifa. Ro babl
around. for d e" boysW, Ibri WPop eariSr this Rlgingwsoecal Mblfa s ondhif
have bee te baa wpnog n "tc when cnva ctlms work* aAtificsal e s, he is al -e
the river. For th be ranch Is reft ed oto pi line f rons though not sob -wth4
t aa couple of miles north of e. ad l pickets ha O be with. a u Bal onal trols "It as
cd ws ehe moreapopte drawn a tmporar- y baM. work too wella" he min, ".ad
aset side of the river I andis iall l
tFihing Capital of the Wor p."sin", .





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Uant nwand ia.iy Wu m n
S foft b*,r iefl s ealiesB-r &b speial bot a g
tie b Local i til ia
It ep.e rein his) wit -e Thisreu thedamewuraea-ue'rsemtaarkdsg lowdftlI
audineu d hMM snr ownetohfow ic ba ep d agmin whwih l de acr ter-tax oI e1 fr 1
At the peak bCso ha wv n onlarempow y ui w orktheobi o lU lheKl odiM s
Satbl elA Bui m hs lha Angweeklyad
lsn Iaistoni ofr milr ad Aprtels k am t
heloS* Breac mhaToe sYOURlmnt ai s pS W
oUrM 0- 07 peacete0 9luaddaerss a
a room MiaPi at w esre sthea x Curac ma

Bro0s e MLabe M sr as Indsi-aK hy
uhlhl l1ewSd tbtU Al Mw t patIt that
en. eMany -e : a d dild aH airrye
the O urr in io a is a M I BM. uIMr Sr r
ItK spend inr W ft aeftfg ood om esage M s in k agleer arking 4011k
F Wr H o sdUp huslunl ean woMa asa bwmm
i f i to adIs A s, ategW new
at pdordosheriffu depstirn Ig n b anbss perving. d
Mesa lofftis far a whtS wur fl1aue Wa*I
In 1 and SamtaMfrmhonady SprMtpf ans wlseamilsra,
a ham sW* owe Us have ou -l t- 40 W WMW ^ odomIs w$r I
am" escaped whh Sla. qgg*oea er U m'f
d artup2u m Cn m oraf aero aca- 04 119-uon at
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Landed The Job
an L Mit fire control chief, Florida Fored
t a ctract for Mill to fly air patrol duty. Mil, get
iat he let both legs pn a cropdutier lane cra


vice Spotter Pilot


igs Though Lost Legs


I had a lot of trouble with brakI
ng the plane."
"I found a Ereoup (low
m& twin fins) which do. fine
for me, since the ailerons ad
rudders are coordinated a
hme s o mneed for foot wet,"
Mills said. He had to resew his
pilot's license recently, ad
passed with flying colors.
Flyg air patrol for the FrC-
Wa Forst Service is "old hat"
hr Nlkdw beebhehaddonetws
S petl duly back I 11.
ia poeent auigpm t cvers
49 aie apas lsy
utL
Milk ehhied that mset air
ipatrolG sare for the purple
f "mb sorting" ad a
usea to bue m are ltrifL
FFt Air Patrol planes forward
radio flm Uther f-rn
abov these it of a fir. Tb
hels the ground crews fight g
the blah to hit their fire quit.
It and harder, witth e poper
equirnt. Ed with little do
moods The hoed of Be forest
fbe, often a key to stogg raw
away flmi, is more readily
speed from the air ad poit.
aed 4 tha fre the pt ng
The PiM as are 1 rae ceo-
tad wl other ploes., a wel
as couy firefghig habgk as'
ters. Dring the worst re sea.
m usually Deogser
through March mawy mbs
may ishow an the Ftit haer-
ms at om te.L The sostmy 7l.


patcher then knows fron the
owermen where the mokes
are, but e dm't know which
warrants his most urgent at
tentio. The Air Patrol tells
him-


Bradf'd Citizens


Protest


Voting


At Negro School


LevyCounty Judge


Seeks Re-Election
BROMION Wilbur F. An. Levy County Chamber of Cornm
derson, munty judge of Levy merce.
County, said today tht be in.
tnd to be a candidate for re- He is married, ha two grown
election to that office in the daughters ad five grandchl-
May primnaries. dre.


In announcing, Ander son
squelched the rumr that he wi
resign or retire from office. He
said that such a mor is ly
a ol rn ."
The juge said that under the
law, k wll be at ois four more
years before he can retire under
the county officers' retirement
system.
Anderso serves u Levy
County judge from to 1
and then as county prosecuting
attorney ad attorney for the
County Commission for eight


State Officer

Visits Clerks

Club Meet
STARKE A area meeting
of the Clerks Caub of Selective
Service was held here yester-.
day, with CoL H. C. Wall, state
director, and two of his aides in
attendance.


If preml by may y at a.He was elected county erGoo an
t r t t offin sin. (Billy) Powell of
patcher needs more hformabstoa lM. G. Langfor
about a certals fire, he directs m fact that I've had no op- Butler alatead
an Air Patrol planeto the cee. position since my election in eoam g,g at w
It's the smoke.sortb r whi files 1 leads me to believe that I diret& is of the
i for a cear ho. have served the cities of Levy pine d
Plan may be bded to County i the mamer to which
fly a cloer pattern to cover they fed they a entitled," An. CoL Wall's aides
c ma eas, .apeciay when dero sa. C. R. Tully ad R. C
tower v ift pr. of St. Aupsult.
Mils hf m hok l in Anderson is a member of the
1. He is a BeM d aircraft Methodist Curch of Broson, Earie the vrgaW
mea si t W er to pst master of Bronson Mason, with a group which
dy egR 4 ngaW. He ad Ic Lodge No. 7, past patron of W. Prescott, mana
h wife ad yrd ithe Order of Et ro Star, maN- State Employent
daughter lie ar TaiasMne. Fiber of the Elks, Shrine Cb and Gainesve.


nd W. C.
tarke and
d of Lake
I the lunch-
h the latest
organization

were CoL
.Lang, botb


er of the
Office in


Levy County Ends Series


Of 'Self-Evaluation' Meets


BRONMN The ris of
meets "Self ion"
of Levy Cmoy came to ad
Maod@* i lhThetiBalamii
arr1ed by the Lavy COyI
Rrd Ara DeelopMlt Co
C, ws held at the Bum 1
TMw Ha, with eari fl per-
aorpnatt


Joa L obly, heald adMlt
Sl aational education at Cm
ORTH kd nMRa* Jur Cmw
tale. the eiOb wl
Short a e of th esod
pa "What -a ppM
rMototoheMe"dMe.
i ites be ag la e c *
m PMa *t mus d da
b1 rnie pOm al g- be
bi iiuer Maeh. draisd m aal w
the aaral nd t ai_ t.
hiSt is ane $10S bi t o ad CitO secretary d

ird th ya, is shid m the AD ed th ia
iabet ehadiRn to kettadam"alMedliaft
t ipr tod Srt L somalremla rekItM
ih t m baic alai--s pi inl .1te

Sl lei bh 4it S ana M fiSw aa l>P


somiN a W08l imasn" agal glM a r-
FlwNmA~mb-a tl- Ntid ti hm -


WMHoaladaMllWEil it resbyiW Sd Jy,
who % alft m h*I IdM am= j-BMs w-m* a

mr lnlowMlll
sIl a ibas ali
PcaaalheatM Ipue,, aimeD

pubBhg(L -ib ^e a ai I
pa^* bU4lSn ael B-'^l^^^ ^^ ^ l^lBi^b aS-^^^^^


tional programs, Including the
important adult educational as-
pect, will be studied.
The county library facilities
are not being utlied as much
u might be opected. especial-
ly by the adult population.
Recreation i not a problem
for Levy Countians. Our fish
ing and hunting are the best
obtainable in the slate, but a
broad, ow a wor the &i
eIopent o recreational fa-
Wia for the nites are mims
ary. Th eeo t the
c ty's natural reumce t adI
rnte. AceM mds to rec
afin areas and &A recreate
use of camping and bailer p-rk
fladdss was urged.
Lad town and cty aeas -
der paper sapevi"i. i
be h ped toward game a
,pq ga evmts da pn
I LGo-aimmadM
t yner p asl u


Watermelon

Growers

Slate Meet
T"i" M -Aedim
5- i mmetr ak

the pMMeSSd!O


LfWalkMi, S
riat~urb,*hi w
heb woa bhwt


league ball parks, as well as
other sports facilities were
suggested
In agriculture, it was msgget
ed that t pursuit of proitable
agriculture be determined. Cat,
tle are profitable, and we should
encourage the icreae In num-
bers of cattle. Cor i now
rown profitably and peanuts
re proving. It was noted
hati economically, vegetable
arming, melos and hog farm.
Ing are ot n g those a
mdi etermined pritale
agrictTre.
A standard soil arvey was
recommended. A ol study is
necessary fr pning kinds
o(flnstry. A dy will be
made to determine the intro.
ductin Sm eommmodles and
octs, m oM e notM l
yet eperimed i Ime aa.
The eomnitt i wilork wi
ft Weaaumam River survey
being mads at the maetig a
Mareh 3 BietaI
Goa am iiry were sug-*
gisted. I salUiption SO fbe
complete S the Crm ltate
Bere uml, SO ( will
be made a to the preSts

th yie r toth Ab
0 o f- w a-

en s MN se cAu
s tli-r am
*_- **1- discm seatal ai
ig$ ^

Want Court

To Change

Assignment
By SAM McGARVEY
S Staff Writer
STARKE Protesting they
has been given "a dirty deal,"
about 40 irate white citizens
from Bradford County's Pre-
cinct 7 demanded yesterday
that their polling place be
changed from the RJR (Negro)
High School.
They appeared at a special
meeting of the Bradford Coun-
ty Commission, hurriedly called
on word that they were plan.
ning to get up a petition and
take it to Tallahassee.


One spokesman forth
goup, Mrs. Horace Sanders,
aid "We didn't expect to not
*te with colored people-we've
ben doing that right along-but
his way we'll be only a hand

Another charged, "They about
killed us when they put the city
dump out our way, and n o w
hey want to bury us."Still an-
other said, "We're fighting to
protect the value of our prop.

The outburst occurred when
eldeats of the precinct learn.
ed that the new redistricting
plan, recently adopted after
many stormy sessions, called for
their voting at the Negro high

One resident said, "Every-
thin Is all mixed up now, and
nobody knows for sure where
he's supposed to vote.
Charles Hardy, who drew up
the redistricting plans for the
County Commission, said,
"We've done only what the
court required us to do, and
every part of the redistricting
we on the front page of the
newspaper every week."
Charles Darby, County Com.
mission clerk, said, "My sug-
gestion is we go back to court
and ask that the polling places
be changed."
Commissioner Jerome Johns
thea moved that Precinct 7 be
reduced in size and that the
are changed be put in Precinct
I so the dissatisfied voters could
vote at the Armory Building.
the motion was seconded and
passed.
Darby said the proposed
chle dould be presented right
my to the court through Cou-
y Attney Holis Knight and
that "we ought to have an-
swer by morrow afternoon."
However, when doubts were
expressed that the change
could be made with the primary
elections only U days off, sev.
eral ernate pollingplac.
a were suggted.
Fialy, the grop accepted
the old Joho n Feed Store as
a poig placs, and amter
Mstg ar the topec wa set
d Mbldft vered a parting
I L He "If I du't get ito
1 b. IsP S inet k IVOia as
;itek bit and mr ake
I. MaII was ti aId
j ad, ad te three mc mis.
maBmleqg -k


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ByTEDMER
AmdilP w a"k Wt

so yelled in the first
romd whe Sw IUi ad.
vand meafa CaenON
Clay.
A few secds late, after
Clay bhad av d imenrus Us
ton gead countered with
a series of lefdt-ight combtla-
tion the sa fan bellowed:
"You can do it, baby. You can
'Tli aeti the first rand
set the temp., but the audience
which watched ththeheatertele-
vmo of the heavyweight title
bout at the Paramount Theater
on Badway Tueaday nigh
found t difficult to believe they
wen wat Ne g be bing upt
of tbe ubiry.
And the sudden ending caught
eveym by mrpie There
wa no aoucem t, ut the
sight of Cay leaping up ead
down In the middle of the ring.
In fact it wasn't until log
after that Joe Lous, the former
champion who helped Steve S
Its at te mike, announced that
Listo hbad sulfeed a shoulder

Seeds Move


To Second

Net Round


TAMPA (AP)-Seeded play-
ers, who mde mincemeat of I-
cal talent Tuesday, move into
the second round today od the
Dixie Internatonal Temis Tour-
nasmaL
Roy Emerson of Astrala,
No. 1 seed. who easily disposed
of Greg Hiley of Tampa, 6-2,
1, in first round play, asmeets
umnseedd Nicola Pi of Yopg.
slaving in the second ro l.
Pila overcame Jim Woeed of
Tampa. 3, Tuesday.
No. 2 seed MMesl uaas iof
Spain, defe oug Dixie cha
pion, dr-ed Mik filky, ale.
of Tmp. $, 6A.
Santa 's second rmad ep
pOeast is unseeded Edtarde
Guma of Ecuador, who de-
ated Henry Wagner of Ttpa
61, .1 in e opm n Ld.
Karen Susman of l Diego,
Calif., beads the ideld No. 1
mad in today's openi rm d ofI
woman's division play.


Bob Gould


To Conduct

Clinis Here
hBb Gould, director f ree
aton for tbe City of Orlaado,
willouduct dinics for Ioal
o March 11, 18, 2i, It was n
manouncd today.
The clinics will be held at tek
Recratin Center, star at
I pa. on each date.
711 clinic w il conit of two
sions o rules ad rgula-.
tom for officIals. The fal
meeting will be devoted to an
examination.
e. interested in i.
*th in any of the local oall
how. SIod contact mk be.
rst Department to ritor
or send a postcard to the R
Nratm Cnter, -vg name, ad.
drm d mp numer.
All department offals this
aao mu attend the

Jones-Johnson
Beat Sunland
JesuJoteo wrn bum h s-
ulad Oad WUINWIMMN
#ot L el aket ball
1er Grigers lad WlMs.
temu with U pe sag .i
be Yag ad v n fMar a.eia.


Mqbeu1,h1 .
dInAlthough e MW S
tt fhe l in hthe bt was
ht "the W Br," would
nIwa* Cl" up with cay
a had bae dcrbed at the
weigu a "ma mole to

Te lefact that an upeet was
the making begap to sik in
du g the third roundwhen
Clay's jabs and tM bSti ns
opened a cut uder Lis's lift
eye.
"I think Cay i nrilm
bte worM ," Loais'W eme dt-
er the fourth round, h ght a
"Iroar tof ien m tbeimbe tpo
aIntr the sxtwo rounds ad
madt seods blonk M d as be
easily avoided Sm' e
and keptileft hi and poking
th S-T's mike. "I
"It dkt S y Isn begiming to
worry nowi, rNmarked Iois
after te round t would bed
jth seconds before the me I,








padding to .heTV udnce
"I whopped him, I hoped
him" eulfolks. He dsinto
StheaterTV mike. I aIm the
greatest. I wa setting mp up
for the eighth rod, Ju t a I
praised, when they spped
It didn't Me to matter that
a mint e later he remared to
Muls: "I told you It would be
the seventh, didn't I, Steve?"N
"Yes, you did," replied Mi,
adding to the TV audimec
tat' right, folks. He did te
me the sevusth."
"He called it a mismatch,"
May rved ao, relying to IAs
tom. "le ought to aputlghe."
"I'm a bad mam." we his
last words to the TV amumime.
Usto, who before the fM
bad be. qyed as saying
"Clay I a litt h kid who
needs a qukW' and pedict-
ad ha WOW do that in &ee
reeds, ad mot Appear 0 IM
K am He left the rigor a
hospital to h bin Us alder
The pture at the Paraum
cm sharp and clear from
the ConatioR Hail etup t
iami BaS.


Two.Ball


Tournament

For Weekend
no anal FaxB Twomafl
go! tanua w be played
Saturday and Suay, Feb. 2
March 1, at te aew Golf and
The amoul eve wIl match
members of the Junior Gotf A
ocia and the M's and
Woms's Gof Am teindlt.
AduMlt mmbl of d lub
wi play wi pth jnas in vart
io. divideo
Thar wiV be petlM o
Mother SB. Moer-Dfg
ter, FatDaught ad L
Golo Ju Baw y Is adsisr
MaJeutr Girl peps for 1
I and Si players .
Jumaors w isgto -abeAM
a**ly tbe chairman ob A.


Deadline


Is March 4
Dwdaos lv ung to-
lD the eK "ftilums
in S oS.ad km
has Oew se an Ma 4, by
the Recrutihl Depeni-r i

SOWN b d4V" k b
The aQS I. Nu9 4 to

-s e kM tMoX -.a to

an an hisse ab -

flbe fdb & Bb 1o
homhSSd r 3.WOH1


Merrill Parker Hits. 646

To Pace ImdueraflLoop
Merrll Parus DG Memi U I,,S t

I 4 aI -'


From Him


Cassism Baby'


ncinai left its Eastern
first-place hope to San Fran.
Ciscoe, whoe Clinberiala's H
poift pac-ed Warriors to a
117-14 dedlova v tUK Royals.
-1% Gmes
Th oScn vity and C.
cine deset p 1% gaesbe-
twee the sagoolg Calts ad
urging Royals In a surprnily
uA Basten rce. San Fran-
cisco rm ed teo games up on
St u I sthe West.
Sm Joe and Tom Heimso
sparked seond lOd third -d
Book p- flanrri m and the
Coiles by 1 eary in th
finak bdre -im g up. Blason
held a W-4 mao at inomb.-
aftefr tee quanr .
Bo1 wa, Mg for tme
Calts wit 23 pBt. Bob Do
with 23 t" d t*e aiks.
St Lnm squandc aou Ua-


Seeks


Third


NaW OIUZA$S (AP)-bebs-
a*r Bo Win ur, .omow aga a
prt teM played a the pehgl
4eit, is th e st e to
be" mme*t* I
tour champislilp.
That wa lW ye waI the
e1eanod wo bill
numd euiaafUve 'Betoy in
ew ppea" Opao
Thw pnnaOR* oyw
uff Is the #ris' rfa
'hr U years, mt eot llbn
to win a thrd i'tralght d wa
N~w rbiUMA;;dhaMbru4d&
a jackpot eOer this yW with
aI tm pnu. i
I bwe oa-* IpE


TM. nd 4a. WendCP
s ino WcIIda Ia thm


molil l4NAa~t Vm
Pame r ua t
Tias ar as'Hl fo


thaif iH|mcc*a Ott


a' b be a
#A In b10MyiCfl ra .
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tal4M;Hm ^aor a
ktfMar bli@hs.lbe far


I XDuke

a Aowov& *
WI AS m r we.s 9 vi o By MUdRAY cum-iA
i. s ~rm n iOne auLsw With 8 per cent df its per-
.owW ect wiped out by Wake For.
Sest, Duke's Blue Devils saw
V LOS i mM ~ ^Wtbe Dmcams make them n e
mue* a -ie -e4
Sso the MI do m t'sth-ud



week..
SWake Forest id upt Duke
S72-7 Just a week befo= at the
-: Deacmat heIm court inWontm

A]




WoolGolenlo. mTnaa-
S IClUISVImUE, O y, (AP)-'dTnet
A ea t i Nw T ean~int youn g fiWhoers Wa the IM Na.
tf m dm t aend mtoa t lay toa.
S ** ihAID the runm Anog.t fight-e
ing this year a a demest di

i^BlA'llie Ttheerftag acting h Fr.
Sdom Hall ended iTuesday night
afr another first rouab knockI
I ^1617 eT SfeaLout by Wilim Dougla dfMend.
osing Streak ing -pound champion frim
Columbus, Ohio, and an upet
fy lt Amslehted Pross P halftme bgeid took a victory by Jesw Valdez f Pport
A recnpvrat1VW to New SU M 73ge inrto the f Pe. Worth ove Wade SithI d MUn.
York and a luq1dtaon shlriod. Then Joni BaroM hitcie, Ind.. defending the 147.
lag hand from Wtimberlain four ck bbaets d the Pon itle.
have given the ,oste otcHawks kpued away. Teday night's card ws
breathing room tbe top o the Bob Pettit had 31 points for shortened to permit showing of
National ball Ama- St. Louis. Hal Greer paced the a losed-circuit telecast of the
tin's Eastern Divislon. ers with Ionny Listoo n Cashus Clay
The Cells a0ppa a three Cincinnati, which now has
p- king i ith al oppe dutwo ofita1gams., Notice Liquor'
victory over the Kmick eroc both to the Warriors, nON Ce LiquOr
in the neCo d ,I of aAi 6- *M at halftime. Oscar Robert Compore Prices...F
on GSquap r doutS scored points for the HOTEL CHINA ma
or TuesdayniW& SL b held Royals bere fouli out with 60WehyS
opf Pe inS. 115-aI in tie minutes to play. I
openert ~ ---- - '* - *


Get


Is assured of keeping that streak Yankee Conference title, nosing
at least until next season. The New Hampshire 55, Texas
defending ACC champions have A&M increased its Southwest
one regular eona contest left Conference lead to two games
that at North Carolina on Satur- with an 82.70 triumph over sec-
day. They won't play at home ond-place Texas Tech, NCAA -
again until metime next bound Oklahoma City over.
winter. whelmed Centenary IM- and
In the meantime Duke will Western Kentucky upset La
try ad get into the NCAA Sa 107-95.


Devils






Salem, N.C. That Ion = bhed
Duke's S mea cnene min.
Them Tuofky lM. Wake
Forest had a chance into ad the
Mue Deil's peteim aIt Dur-
hamn, N.C. bt the contest
was over, Duke remau ed u-
beate in 27 comecuti home
ameins.
Coach Vie Cubas' team now


T LOUISVILLE

s Take Day Off
heayweih bout. The Goves in the 175pound class. He
saw it a estO. advanced Monday night by out-
In team andin, Fort Worth pointing Sylvester Glover of
kept t lead with uo points, Cobu.
P..Ii Wk .. kw .-.At. wk .v~. b,


fonow ny eua, bo", abaW
Rowel, N.M., with eight Bill.
blgs, Moat, Denver, Cinckmatl
and Louis have mae each.
Harley Cooper of Omaha last
year's winner in the heavy-
weight division, is fighting this


Peak Years


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -AM-
ex Haum, coach of the San'
Francisco Warriors, says a ba.s-
ketball player i still learning
the game unMl be reaches the
age of 2. He believes a play-
er's peak years are between X
and .

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The Louisville squad, with
Clay-mentor Joe Martin looking
on, gained an upset victory by
Marcus Anderson. He outpoint-
ed Gerald Lott of Lafayette, La.
who won the National AAU ban-
tamweight title last year.


ma-


* *


Basketball


Result


CoMM. N. HImnphin m
Tom A6M I Tan Te' X
BMtl U. Iiaffn.
SMU 1. Arftnsat 71
T as ft Rka 13
Oke. City Il, ContMry m
V. JoAt' N.Y. 1, Mm. a
Ibylw TCU I
Iroca. e, Coriel U
TwmPt I. Screetb P7
Lug Islwd Sa CCNY 4A
Cbem 3 U, S. Caelln X
DukM, Wake F tst I
Hoe Cr.a t, S ato Col. i
NMere Darn s1. IvaMvllM N
Oehwe IV. Lehiph dt
MWylu" n, tGewn, D.C, 1
Wffltr Kstucky 107, tMllk 95
Taes A IM I, Texas Ted' I

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MONDAY
Mar. 2nd 5-7 p.m.
Come and Meet
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tournament whrea it Wrnt to the
semifinals lat year before los-
ing to evenal-champion Lyola
of Chagp.
Duke was the only member of
the Top Ten that played on the
relatively light basketball night.
In other contests, Connecticut
clinched at least a tie for the


Revenge


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The


Lip


Was


e


Truth


mm ha b e I-sfo hel
bumtremgmbu h as redat t
wr lat a wh a u eaa ft la e U- s he
sabor athro at, was mble to amnr has for ft
s m dut
An oft" aad arwd 4f 1UK aV iA fedt tero to eIya
oun S Qinim H M a slau abg OB m-e-
nit period biltw-e sizb e t se.,h smeW Or 0 Cor
tmmlsonl iu to mwd atbd hi moio-e nw rp
is hS amdad a Aft k isth ecdho a bf So rig
The victory wa sred s a tseacaul khodat c te
sevmth round, e road lea tha day had preeted. Listm
had somabgly ij Ured his souer b b firM rond, mwIs
and Miebt wit jobs ad hou at tSe didsve lemrol.
It was ay's figm fIr the sitast tAa t hyo
ster, huads hid cahly low, btioi away om UIMm's
Jon, eWrm alhni hb gro.i f hoosk ar hiasred
a mty gash uder th let eye.
He aer let Union tie tthe up fhort nstal beM4) puches,.
and though heated several time, he nemr bouwn hh
selr to be conemnd. His lol eft jiob k ep bgiln ff Us
om's face. Frm the b.bgil it wabs hard to hen
lh crowd hall 1neerel lily aSt t9: P., wia Cais
cme joakg down the able towarddo the s fce mpaes


In~~sUn *a 40a of wftso
ftk ''bawuudbaftSd
Si msa uSfheal, aM be* rn b* the row
omwfm ecc bey, bW* ore t4" a (amCy bo bb
bdff # bDw*Le.lb tvrwas do*udSbe
bla~eI1j" !a fw bow a*.bh *rqeim


Bone ad| hithcnm s asa utheievtit le
parade If W I Rocky Mada, Sugar Ray oshma
- shook gloved hand. Sony, in whbe trnks with a
black dsripe d bis am acr a thigh, seed dark
ad mlv and ile. Cay, io white trb with
rMd pipnt = *ly 4 u
hms Me d htritkly h embat, e m b stating,
I fateilyformo e M So witwo asle,
h day h ack wih a gmq bt to e biy, ad
a lohed asou riWt to be b*. tb crow d m for-
ward hr tk e deimri, n d the yo w plot
But the kid hat lied. Al tie Merabln e refrain
f "rot LeBa Butlft, tring ike a Bee," Had beo moe
tm fMu l a Ba lo.o. kid w afloain. He leam
ad bek frm li's )abs mand bob, backed lw the nps,


am ap, s mrso i'mto
Ham daJ le aun- 6l tarra.Mr
tefthsukMsa- hs M tow. TNe k1 .
ng wi a No htreto be Ws head. they ab
fthD for hug 0s=Ow- alWr to 4 -al to ar t i
ibdepdifztk o emr t me atuanui.

No ad p s we nId Ib seCTD, though Iii sUa
pmund day far a hreM manSt aAiMst (eps, itd
clay Oa .


b wine im W as y Dow Re Jal M LaSSt
Gus mbJaM
In the ird rosu, to began bleding heay fimt a
cut under the left eye, a Cis firedW h lefts to L face
mad Mfoled wit N t r biolk Lista hkM i forward
lke a wl ed I, mlhs at Ie emite Er, Irf wai
trhdkeattaeadofbeudiroasoutbecdmIw itomedw
by a lkg 1 t, but sEt wasto. l ito pmas M ad.

Clay coiSed a mvig to the left, away fra ListOa't va-
ted left hek i te ferth red, flickhg out his jab. Listo
landed y tea ifts in the ronid, amithsr gret power.
(ay waked ot of his coner d the fimh a itei doul
aNe, Miftg. Lbst hpd forward, hw imibig hh wit a
lft book i toe ae, rilae d leftIs t hae or as Coims


m W dway, dmelitW I lV but M fighting baK. Both
Swere now, brthing - y.
h11 s I a^ y arted jabbh aain, circling lit He
rg 1 firt a right to mon's jaw. cay's j-
p iWftch, nt i-ff Usion's face.
Star Delaeg
i, betw d the sithh s dat ev rounds, ay threw
up bi am g a started daneog in the ringL Uston had qit.
Yy WI hWvywelhgt champlai d the world.
Dbsm he % raors ha swept Conventio H that
Cl aM s ling to sow, tat the thin e oi hysteria
be hbibAm MW tb e mongw ugbb bad led u oiao fi
leA m Bu as te rumor mounted (be was in
a p m, te to Mexico) Cassius was standing quietly in
a far corner of the arena. He was waiting for his brother,
Rudolph ValkM l Oay, to make his professional debut.
ut C la h y moved. Despite his height (6 foot inches)
e ftem ha to sd m tiptoes to watch the action in the
Em duing the MOe-mite rest periods between rmds
of prelmiary bout, Cassius stared at the ring. His face
mned ten ad alert, but his body was unmoving. At the
ad of the fourroa bout, when it was announced his brother
had wen his first prfeioal bout, Cassius turned abruptly,
without sayw a word, and foowed a phalanx of Miami police-
men with fl g b out ot of the arena and into his dress-
ilg rom.


* *


* *


*1*


BELLOWS NEW CHAMP



'lAm the Greatest'


ByIBWIUN a
AMelad PFms Ss wier
MIAMI BAC (AP) Pfr
maybe the BBStUI t heI
opeed his Bma V wid ad
creamed, "I a te grates"
bt now no pgodtred b
aws came back a Cases Cay
-4*- Swm.I
TIe Loaisvue Up who had
been reap d dby uaq numm
of a ComMia thu a fiht,
ha Jut$ pOMed e o et
by stopping Sray Wa, the
S -hevywe*W tamp's,


o a smtmh rmd tecdmll
knok.
And h at tdB Clay w
hypterledl with alueuat as he
wae lato a erview -rom
to tat with b sewse Most of
t haed ipied IMsta to knock
ou te yoI "l d gr tb a
"arly US amse m a ad
t e A a S a hgL



he oartmtaii


Who Said



Vaudeville


Is Dtead?


Normaly, this m r
lo mal chs annaq


dmlt em a 'sm th mea e
a they ae for mine Am be


After hei via rae, the Soy t-CaOi d
ms lt aI. k was dei h policy dried toh be
dell i gntaU ly.
Qu:ote
"Who Mid vudd e is dead? BViog is, hit t val.

Uniote.
Navy Gets Smart
It wpn then is hope for te United States Navy Ster
a.
Faed w the urere ruling n ofi i ft ab dip m a
dl d am attemdmnce for its ges next Oct. 1, with
S atch, the Navy deM it l e d a d eof p m
tot
h ,ySat uJbu-udgrOcOH
*uj eebL k Gebn adS din INpuuuaa b
b e of da er fr the Mdles and Bom aeo
i 62pwaf 0ih be m m n to awl t imI thr
ta y. Had mt TV bem am aed Navy ad Tec
coad have played to Jatbm a MoI"" bd&
Ge Mbe, poaketmd their 1MSW .h pe oea
tl me s Fridiy -tsht su eI a -podm
for thl ir mhaiacl Navy Th das. t wmml d&
maeh ir be Jakdimvle b mClk, hesv. DBut -m
en's tes had bto be depped a i th rrra ds
it Els a t tmethg to m js t hi wl Navy am
To& ait te do iahe a. OOl i Pit Ohb Oin
wo 6 WJII d 1trothlr d aM OeL A r lhrfttm
Ewn Vendors Couldn't Move
0* thij named th. deani. pm at Oeun
bait -W bakelbl beM tAt Sturdi a
Ite anwd of 13 was large at e Cs
aWit get d6m b ais to Ml but wns.
f ALq lb bon= mia w O* be 0*e
en h t m a**n -,* w e1

m m*b t itk a -bmi
r nS waNedn t eo OM a
Taeh,&ah to ear hea4dI ld ha Il a San e

Pbesed ,t abs mab. Ga6e pemi eG to a m
ul& that Werl ai ii epbted L
hs Wm & Ohem 0asst has a WIS


He btWd the U aW
who, ml Thday, hid be
codMard e o the most t.
ibfi OAgWert ever to cimb
ki a rig. |
"at ugly bear ever got
in a god ic laughed Clay,
a se- b peless underdog
who had b emdo the ammS
s4 drained b n of his -
m aid beat bhim o rouns
Idod of si bdorL Ustoo quitwith
a dmNer injury.
"If he wa a reatch, he
ae have it, lit I dOat tink
he's pi want it
ha sAm e C
le was sct an amateur ke
o to hae jo work his way
bM Wd I mwaiO o m a
eas the lmg where he
sean his rairkable tIui,
hbAs wudet boy wet &
Ry to his dseing ro or
a wi amnd M by am
bm o bat a all ty m iN P
I, he wal t to m m
,ower a 1 n, d a ltabbr
tg rob
as Ana with em=imb
Cy cad out-
"LastAtmeT I'm sUilpt!
ad Worn's fame is btwnug. I
hut himso badhbe badtopl
Dftb were tade to ask him
-touli, but lb was impossible
toiut a wordhid ashejabbprd


"Yoa mprepte mo i Itta
Sm," cried. "M mmak
San maieg. No. but a
hel wM wet to fight me.
"Aad bp. edot caD ft a fl*
IMM a.
"*Wh i the re at?" Is
cled. After te quabb had
b. r- teW times,
- newIM chmedi tbbhis
atflie., "you are!

away kra the irgpibhs, hit
he kept cmning bck, watog
to Set me more seadm ot f
b syUl- ,


** *


uassums


Bold


Records Fall


As UF Mermen


Defeat Miami
TM Ferida Pool and varilth dual meet m sd e n this


wI Ifasbuatherm
- Ntim a INwin oe
WMiaI


iaml's Jimn lFagibbon, f.
r Coral Gables High Schod
star, m the yard freestyle
b tjameds to opple the
p I imart ofU 2:U set by
L WU Of ftoo &$-
"um ih sddm da
DIkat wel of e Gatmhs
tmled I a :U i a te laywrd
btoke to better bo pri-
ous mark of 2:.4 et by
n pms Mm a of N .t Caro.
Ha last year.
lD-kie Wabm
lqgbm was a dole win-
ner In the 0 and 1-yard free.
sle events. U Cam ure the



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IT s P 0 16r 0 a

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yes, both setback at the
hub d uned Florida
Sate. The Gat nt wll
eOmpete ia the SI-mtem
Commee meet at MTwusela,
Ala, Manth 4. bT UP wSI
beaft"eraith s imht loop



Stetson Ace

Pours in 45
DIAND (AP) -elaoW's
HBed, pod t a pk TTiea-




a sihot bd t t he
idaIsifart teatswas
top a bot idims wit 1

TR. __ te le n-
polets, ht It ed teeth
aita spofntpfiraceutp


Way o dnen. k t
thr, a 6afoo14 jul, aa
teop a baim d raed w it
f- p m etplay.

lktegvmnpwn.


Whitey Seifert Bowls


Better With (72) Age


"Tya w y as as y
eel" Art (Whiity) Sett
sp u he a liaha Ill


Vr.
Irteat agm and
Mhrt 0k"i op t s bN
bh bal is aMs active
esmt m4-, Pa., t ih

Yao bra t b w

hm ia mis S0 o

m d sto be w"
is tt ID -
ta 4M p flist bIe=
li.rtis.ftU .eH


NW'p


avme d i n lba a.
klgMd
he highlight f M rs
bIwg career came a
whm b allied a ni s
It"

S Sram U toa Mmre
Ge ad teb dlSaier

"IhMt playe
let" he amite, "It lb


aim a


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* *


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Emer


and


0 lamrk 9mt
by ARTHUR DALIS
MIAMI BEACH Cassius Clay stepped out from his
arner for the start of the seventh round last night,
bold and still unafraid. A burgeoning look of amaze-
ment suddenly spread across his face. "Yippee," he
screamed, flinging both gloves aloft in the ecstasy of
He alos b the Miami Beach
Cm lo HaD sEd med to rem.- ed by sparring priners o f no
e that eimpedosb had hapdstinmctio, boxed unary
pMsed. SMly I had yielded against List. far and away
I1 heavy-wedl ero while the most formidable foe be
tt with head bowed a the ever faced.
ool hius order, ubeieva- Clay did get one break. I
be adto dper, Clay too neverforced the fighting at
was the new heavyweght han- dcloe quarters where his thun-
Dea Of the wwld. derous body punching normal-
Yet ts was a day that wasly does terrifying damage. At
laced wth faasy. At the mor- long range the swift Clay kep
g wegl the lodmouthed moving away from the dread
Islacvle Lp had worked his left hook. He jabbed withdi
way inao m iemdato state earect, seeing Sowo
that ame pretty clow to being bothered and off balance. He
triht hysteria. He looked moved in with rights and left
scared. e acted cared. Some that few suspeteed he pomsed.
em wdmad b he could re- It wu a highly competent per
amOb ehis uags sfficiesto o unce as the way.
ly 6 drw p for the g eage DN yed Myt
In hoor later. Among o.r dtas he did-
N. o uu -discounting the peculiar bock


DA there was no rabbi In
ti p i Ulm-& when
th big test eme. The big, Bad
Bar didn sh'ta n a iLBy
the third be had ripped a ugly
h under Imas eye with a
ime. toased aauNat day




wr bkg bb eyes, abmt
k am s wo had it his
Sl L Hepw at Son with
lb Mlnt fytogted hm.
e dd n'tom a iPuch and
mebuW W ihe He leped
mdm. 1ghpsb e aead
d bhmd b M da s of he
A und late, uh, It was
at el aboh te.aefayhad re-
SOWiegviemand could -e
M s wit dwiftngHemgdi
fdhL Mvi ha was the round
wNN Says lift shoulder
laiemi m 1 al his
- Bdf pepw was -v ood
hemr un mt -
mllrto a mhie he adhid


Dht ibw
N A about th iAt No
Ind the script Lmwa wthe
ahumealMe -n, b ae m*
hardld pe. ay w the
le-adg raoart whe
ery clab was smpec. He
hat yut to MeI lM tratd ald

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-
Facts and figures of Tuesday
night's Cassius Clay-Sonny Uis-
ton heavyweight title fight.
Attendance-,297.
Receipts, estimated, $402,000.
Guaranteed receipts $625.,-
000.
Liston's share of guarantee,
40 per cent, (250,000)
Clay's share of guarantee, 224
per cent, ($140,625).
Inter Continental Sports'
share, 37% per cent ($234,375).
UIste's share of Interconti.
mental, 50 per cent ($117,187).
Uisto's total purse from live
gate-S.,17.
Closed circuit television -
No estimates available except
old records of 50,000 paid $3,.
20,U0 were topped by substan-
tial margins.


Recuperating
Red Barber, New York Yan-
kees baseball broadcaster and
University of Florida gradu-
ate, is recuperating from a
heart attack suffered this
week. Barber, en route to
Fort Lauderdale for spring
training, suffered the heart
attack in Emporia. Va.


out finish-was to destroy the
myth of sti's luvWhe*iMlty.
When a oae like day can
ha aa pro like Lisdtn an
en bau-stIs ,th .doal
dal pon Mes came w ut oam
-the yoang man musthavre
He had enough to wln the
heavyweight cbampi p of
the world, mch to th barr-
mat of G experts who nemv-
ier gave hbu the sighteo t
daeof victory. Whem was
a ow, Cay momed is miap-
b and bewt Msed hisw a -
esA, "I M the greett." He
w abot as hystereal b as e
had been at t weighela
ay I that by any tretc
of dte bumagintio But he ha
ie abmphmip. He also
eamed well over S0,0E. Just
amud flt mnerm though, is
the riced olca d th" t tbox-
mg emver has offered in Us long
ad owa eedyl ry-
the come mi aos o dollars
that wl -me to the Louisville
Up whi he moeto Lidsa n
the rematch wbit is inevitable.


Tourney Play


Set Tomorrow


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PTA Meet at seot Iuih waA dM nuVowuuysing ,.
secretary d State T d a. M NA Hof Ponifli.bdolalyNR D
msauDr.tV.tMpr V4*hpei0t*%q6s I receimssa uit containing 4 AQ 1ST7
O-qm'" l an%4b~~hk, Drunk All Day Hall Point
ideit d Bello Copm ak i m Wt- DALAS, Tex. (AP)t. more th sev card, AM his 963
College, ar scelhile In Spea k Al asu Wmp Noy Lihel nysk in j r had can ftl be reprded as #984
at the t l WAN PT *o he ris. Is the 6 um1 be tril we alrh halfway poit a"hak." Teetbook advice does 443
Congress meeting- Tlhuriay Ahe ,SeaS to 9 BALTb~ Whe BAIR-s to pnes do for a pik d cpirl a today hi m tilg a jury and, M help n Such cases because WEST T
through i Saulrday at LiW pa thm l alchlen hthe United Man, cw. e as 4 qlk "m with th pqin, his tlwmrs e tactics mast be varied ac- 4 J 9 3 2 44
Higk School. MrthlbblitMlmrd bt- Imb bejach am ad l- em. "Aft work, be has a M or tw are inaitgme vehemently comdilg to the situation, and 9 J 875 9AKQ1A13
It will ask the first e nfl cItivdes are a kbreed aWtM expert wlk be boys, tms a f stral, that e winB me get g fa trial pycha PIlay a most i, 4 Q752 4*KJI3
Gainesvi has oe l thM e d. thie Conig, Iak tllaw UKhere IMt vwk. and d a coplt d enacib uih am in Daem. partant prt. 44 473
fair. It is stimated that be.1 da1 wealt AtI h8 M6b Dr. Marvin A. Bla, chairman wile. Fie a the rn ded e in thing todowhen SOUTH
teen a adIM 0 dd egles Nam iiChh Ido. Ames Medical Aula's "He y halve wlah its illr, havlm enewmrn your h dE is a freak isto make 4KI
A thihrse s wbe I h mmi a ACn elffe im iNanetics, thu. O arI, a hew hilhis dwer Prdh ieuumnon e tha t you beoe the de- 94
aPO ahe LhON do mi uhe, -er aU day "vat Apjn" Wd dbw wt algeop." 4P4 girm*, do1 the jury clver. Me level at which you 4 A 16
m cf 6lool*ks, Eft "likf stuem ai day Bek sakl ft et ali... may be eSptale e bytke adt play the hand is of secondary 6 AKQJI*115
mam to pe0hellr b hq.r tg" intd the o S. it hea pt this week or early in tothe net imposrt For example, if NortSouth were vulrable,
1i. A m' by a Lei 1 e d bles dm't le a Sock .a el slaainmb =a is she alied a egin se Mdri- At thaU teostmy be. y beM a 1card suit and a The bidding
st ftine mo sa -~ opu N"rt East Seath i
for. ai mvav w a *aUSr mfhil thesoll -S tie U. S. empt SamthWeilaoris w actuulphycal Pal d a gins. crti 12 tricks, normal bid-
s'at Mm one MO wed1W seas hw I s is how he a "W ol RIh. Dickeo, 27, vice ding wm be likely to result in Pass 19 u 2
2s, re a ed wibt baLing., hYWbi kme day of a two-fisted advertising man: Other types he cataloged al : pWed"t d a cinteal firm, Save by the opponents, who2 49 54 Pas
r., a mei, N .. kler a 1 trained to s e M bom wer- "He has a few drinks on the train, drking to bolster moe's courage; Bet and Douglas j. Sowell, a would be defeated by a trick or Pass 59 66 Pass
Cr MI0NrOmm 22iS. a fa bet. Pam Pass
N~,ms P. An Isa8 um g fbiiies o frii v ilet ad then a quick one before going to bIe-m drinking, ad pal: "b e eea for a iite, are the two. You will achieve a far bet. Pass Pass
m._el le a m" MO 2 the office, He drinks his Imch three drinking.." e st jus. TThuesday they tor score by playing in a modest West led the diamond two.
Awe, aL 0 ?i Nor* -e a rmn "alg am two man pmme hh Nevertheless, he continued his
A Aaed be Rf as P iS n MO a MM JUA CIRCUIT M sworn ina. Dickerson A famous authority once ad- tacticsbyb iit. five
Val of re .e, Sd N ARDl INc NDAOAcR AL CH UA* and Sdewe are Air Force vet- vised players with freak hands clubs over four hearts. A co i-
ilIV, Crdloak US. MVI TV, IN CHANCERY. eIrn~ 1t
war AMh Avby is 0 R4 W& Mi A U BAS LEY, Peam to paon with the intention of ent jump to Six clubs wuld
JA y wf Fgl owers ; for a It c
e or CU a eaBstTo eear vm f ass Rally i accused df murder backing in at a late stage of surely have provoked his oppon.
io be ".... a 344 =It asosa To Conver e on Cmpus i WO i .in the death Of N the bidding. But to pass or'- en, o s.
4. A rus by L. A. tmW hr a NOTICE OF SUIT @...
w s.. Arn wae TOKYO (AP)rr-l AIr ar Hat r y Ol lust Nov. 4. He ally and then bid at a high lev- eventual six club bid funded
d ,, ,. X f1 CAUE EMu. AUY on ConuF" thnatra wtaIth seten the idin Bt ta od do 00 f s-eas bC II cm a: ct a. "NO room for hucksters" Is Southern Bell's public r* is in Tokyo to conrdem e afm a poIs blte ee of ae el is z oU othmat good o as though South was Wdg
dt. as n IVuO s ad M am Aa k NTa a e of the varied topics et for nations programming will be atiousfora movltbathewl ecutio m in the electric chair. po ea ts would certainly e one more 'for lck," which is
in as.A .,,. la ey a ,. c-. ".. Adveresing Public Re dtios discussed by PPllip D R de andals uh h hewy Oswa l been charged with killth IL often a good policy with a dis-
,. wa d am w Ws a Inr the sixth Aennual Ad Jr., division public re play the the uamintion of President A h.s dramatic aletrative, butional hand.
Ies. aWet USnadP te An' Coaicatibd Week on the nations manW, Souther Bel The movie, "NB the Joh F. Keady in Daas on and one that is more likely to East gave South a suspicious
At i .l . Fs a w-vd 4 UIy Florida Campu s Telepm Miamin a," alt Amrm s a mcceed, is to underbid ioitil- but finally pgave up, and
a ft mx"o r a a a wchn o tdtuste Haro (d. Spwelm JapaBrem slims We s utnd MWl perspective jurom ly by perhaps two tricks. P9r- the contract was easy to make.
39.3 i b nfolSOK .1, --,, Ar--d ---.a-ff ...d .Hmm wpeflm wd Jpnes rives I%,u, ,m d. confron
C 1. s var mso N mO ad a e a a* on I L beels examined di ng 'Went bidd ing in the ate. Six hearts doubled would have
bsesa, sbd.ttl W **t IIe oN a SIR M od Preationwsu in advetising viceu e stawI wB 3 ut lke Il be downe twoud havoe
ime it5 rat wel WadwUrdita, Awi #At& A. t. "A '&rf m and paddl relations -am frgrn Search Corporation, NeWya Yhe World War L OwLt doe wil then~ Round like wild been down two, a most wo-
ONaA m m am a W s e sa eW Melvi Bel% Ruby's chief de. opti tism or W sahriaf. omi save.
Aiand Tesday to by wl answer lf :numal save.
S6"" ''m fl o a a- lern sl, says Dallas UlN deal shown today dem- This was a big gapin for Seid.-
s d ,u.r v o so sJ a. a t Ar o eon .o t he ul ca "Cid he move" RCuma i NO againtRalby mo traces these tactics. It was r ans team, because when the
SA :smcIswsr Cerk aor ftmCIT s T( sad il Dem m' sim In all in we o the find match. hn wa rle S h
Sn ammo on BY EMILY WA1UhW s i c wig be covered by H L W write SaiLn c iisb.a Cor t to ag trieo it l e ioe, Calvuenrdisehlus tou the bdn w a Efetivl
fumM. 0 Clerrkrd A o kers director to ovether faC al a I the ued foubrs tor-o by WE widding away fromWtity,
Ws p ae*0l s etAms It..W. W o ad'. do clat inNweYowen w away fr m the Jty nament for the Morton Rubi. d the ftal contract wu five
_.ee, Yet Feoodera l f l e Wn .INmetMai e Gloria, n an goes S a. now Memorial Trophy. South hearts doubled. This went down
a St eAm imse o7 r pb lir e tle c reate j cuel THl CIRCUIT .m .r, EIGHTH was Sol eid man, the Brooklyn o one, with the loss Of a
.n o in wr e.ntr a court, pLorn star who i crrrntiy reciting spade, a diamond 3od a club.
9,., A. fiel be Clr "W fo &2=SAS*rt'lW~cw NOEcus O wCliid0- Debt Signs, prok. in a petfiions flied is lspepsis JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR trwoi UTDYMlig pdadaodwl lb
Itl d bIV V, A M NAus CO m ice of Carl By t& HAin des, ieri advon- mi y, w! Court at La Aneal Th, aCU wacaoo ote taN FLORID

will i crmor o w dnoA w b Ic-ms A hiablloWill t* AMAsy MAos AHi locam spoinsoredb f Ca l Saidral proery set. FIRST Is n9eeoue"* 0ebd He 1a Aur Lh SAVIUG
4 1 ls TAr, in a e4 aa -itt ANh. A a ArSy .8 OMOCIATIO OF foreign bridge teams that will
s1a. A N u a a? rlas hs brsa rn.hseaes Died lownl, visit New York in May for theL
w.kas w .ASi. -k 11 1 rot.m wen" a ovum* ot WA
111r11 kmRO 21, Arics IVVC1SS *xH M O TN "N Roow for Baustes" C=iS"Wa m her cslayo tei hildyma, OL S A. HMARRIS IfS MOOSE World Tern Olympiad.,o w
10 (orwo 11) Of 5~ RIS or AM E.HARRIS, well and SNUE Seihman's ovecl yetw Y U
eoost S v0,of lA l ANs m will Lebe u011111! d P Di e 1k i O N ,yea Stovov, 14isIaI, and larie, 1 ".FICIA" FIN, MI. clubs was of4cane a tScUYcal
SA WLU#A lubs was, of course, a tatcl
is -tro In 0 SIC ao sw ad r .am s i rs a R. arkmbu n and ammuicraions Mudma agreed to pay P) l ASu. m sfl"' Underbid. He was sur that th SUN
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ft ns oe &a ma Cftw Itvs S u m e.,, ,,,,,,,4,,,, i ftoA Eey 5UN crir
As& of tl. to aad se So mswrmnd Glass Co., N, Ohin dub. an d r J-afta. OiN THE HMAM OF IN TATe OF bidding would continue, and he
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TL f.t. .. ,,,,. Uam- ,,*b* nl s CARRIER
*esa a N* TEUT JDCIA ICITI O. police roleletma a cance 7ORORT (A)-Dr. G. W. 311 Le PMOf hihand.
z,:,i, t p.sC-,s-cY. FoL tORDep Wdfms, 1, iMf I ,,ma, Tu He was pleased to bear
.a rn.- ..I1dMo MIEA re se t Ttr5 q Mew mM ,. North's spades A Every S u n carrier
a ro d of *A M oda fes.sas aOsAL reA ill elld b N rth's b ill oT.for twsi spadetsh.. oA rt i.
cm S aiss ,In a m. ao i onsesi an aues rOM~y. Suit bid in responseto teas over. en is isi.
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Party Girl Angle



In Baker Hering


WAS NGTO (AP) M
Subject of x and party btri
has Inally been broht bb the
Bobby Baker bhearinp g d t
pubicans have uae f f iba
angle that shoulbt be "hubed
up."
The pTty girl questeo Was
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Tisay for the fit tW sa
the Senate Role Comittee
questioned Baker, ried
rmtary to th sauts Dena.
cratic majority, about his hb6k


Sn. Carl T. Curtk
asked Baker whether
applied entertainr.at
ing party girls" for
binesmen.


varVi


Baker refused to aewer.
The committee also released
a transcript of a Dec. i ckwed
door session in which Curtis
and Sen. Hugh Scott, R Pa.,
argued the committee's author-
By to explore such matters.
Curtis contended that irs
were solicited o government
teWo ne i entertained
prospective cuutoern sand th
were par o the "banem pro-
moti appratus."
Scott said he also believed
"tUe use of call girls" for busl-
usl promotion was. well wiin
the scope of the Baker tnveutip-

A reporter's efforts to reach
Scott for co ent proved fruit-
Ia. Curtis suggtu it u too
-so to give all details and
there was no comment from the
cos ittee's chairman Se. .
Everett Jordan, D-N.C.
le Dec. 18 tnscript quoted
thbs blntstatement by Curts:
"We (the Republcan minor-
ity) think that every impropi-
ely should be gone into, and we
think that until it is done he
cloud is cast over all the fine
men and women working for the
Senate."
"Are you suggesting that per-

Dallas Plans
JFK Monument


DALLAS, Tex. (AP) -Plam
to construct a monument in
memory of President John F.
Kennedy at the apot where he
wa assasated ham been an.


ad or i ppao l
woel be win thie femA u
if fils cIme.?" dwdim
Se. Claborne Pe, D RI.
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I"Yet" C 6 meMM,

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watn am uuepe i b led t
iBaWsera tKn fl, the

dabed a st worth mBees ud


4 mUllm i d "-ft de t ha
pm jut by clever p SLea."
"Party girs and eufltqeI
were part of the hbuibm pa-
motion apparatus" Cram* coa
tiued. '"le facts are available
9 we pm re Vt."
"If thi is bushed up Curtis
warned his coleagues, "It win
be very, vry had for the m
ittee."'


Deceptive

Warheads


Test Okay
CAPE KENNEDY (AP)-De.
capt wred syste m were
- ted by Atlas and M iatema
Intercontinental rage missiles
ltuched heW n eTuday.
Te Air Force ported both
misueaD hit targets more than
5,0 mals away, near Acem
sin Isand in the south Atlantic

The Atlas carried a slider,
apered w ie Ied In re
enter the atmosphere faster and
to reMtce the mage which ap
peared on tracking radar
scree.
In wartime, enery detecteo
systems would have a more fif-
iI
filt time spitting ad a
clear warhead and the dective
time to take couturumamr
would be reduced.
As the Miauteman dived back
through the atmosphere, it was
to miunleash several rockebpower.
ad decoy warheads Winade to
re-enter at the sme ed, or
slightly ahead of, the actual
aM cme.
Perfection of such devices


nounced by the Chion Memon woud make it difficlt for a
rial Committee, app ed by may to discriminate between
former Mayor Earle Cabe' real and false warhead
W. Dawson Sterling, chair. There was no report on how
man of the committee, said the either system prformed
momment probably wll be a In other U.S. laWmchis Tues.-
curved white marble wa about day, an Atlas Agena rocket hurl-
1o feet high nd A to feet ed a secret Air Force Wtteite
n lengthL Into orbit from Point Arpells,
The committee also pla to Clif., and a Perking art u
provide for a memorial metor ket was destroy by the
in the proposed John Fitzgeram range safety officer at Ft. Win-
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HOME SHOWING

Trmu CClM Amiucan Styhe
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* Coio of bi ck front
* uilt-in G.L ovs rage
* Lifemtw -cane tcrrmao floors
SIndoor lanky and uflity reom
* Two firi kaOMa bedim
* Three well propertoned bed ams
* Central heating fair cnd6tiontng optnal I
SFloor to ceiling dsets
* Auilt-in breakfast bar
SUifetime family Swm Ckub membership
* Sidewalks and all other city crwmenc
* Choice of wooded lts
* VA, FHA, or Convenional financing
p a many, many nW. features...
VA-NO MONiY DOWN
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FUMISD MOM. OFPIN 9 A.M. 'TIL AUK
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PINE FOREST
by HUGH EDWARDS, J.c.
sm 0a N.L IM Ave. & I16 Terr.



MR


BUTLER BROS.


1964 Porode


of Home Values


3 & 4 Bedrooms


* Palm View Easte
* Fernwood Manor
* Wedomered Itt


FHA from $400 Down
VA- Nothing Down

Ask but our pikt your own home for

dewn i A., tm kft Mo
Homes s io NW 39 Terrace.


BUTLER BROS., Builders
MATT MEADEN. Soles Monoger
Phone FR 2-9545 or Nights FR 6.9048


ft-- El.S


your dream


come true


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Your dram of a ra hom of your own is within reach at
Highland Court Manor now! All home palns amre VA and FHA
ppoved Monthly payments start at $73.59 (includes
insurance, taxes, and built-in Tappon kitchen.) Best of all,
your payments can be as low or lower than you're now
paying in t! Why not inspect our selection of over 20
miodl now?
0 Ove 20 M edaPle, VA e FHA Apm ed
Paied h $12,500 to $17,250
MdIgly ymemt As Low As $73.59


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40
MODELS
ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE
FROM LOWEST PRICES.
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT.
TRAILER MART
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OPEN WEEKDAYS
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SUNDAYS 1 TO 6
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ty or sr. AWnt pW yttmj
SuM nM. A. 373-4a; fter 4
P.A
FOR SALE CORVAIR less sut 1
ai mfll and -p
cablibo. *o itm Paymnt.'
pay alu w, amal' benOr f
payrment. PtOne 372-?m*afte r
PA__AL 1
Its FORD. V4-, FsikM. tt
h tetr, Aw Interior. Cll F F
owo SISP .PAM.
FOR SALE. Lo Pi Iri Ds<'D
Hasai "FWrcW". 4BW loan.
FuNt smru, W It, mNm
a seed utcor. Extra ties In,
as bta. CootStar..TINWMtl
Wllaia. PR -W t" 3 P.M..
w p by ReL Si1 NW 7Tt Ter,
BRING ot ebet hu tI nw Car.
Wartier Auk, prlnthng 1Aoj
work. Fet ewoM .S 1
Rate plkku. divery. WIGHT'S
Noy WORKS. M Hot WI. I
Hi V4 Chwnat eiwsttl.
Ho Coefi'c
Is t ACrikcs Oi sta., n
W. Untv. Av.
1611 CHEVY It ttNO W
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white ai*s wets. AU nillit
New ti l e. bew, C. l M
tae up pmft Call 3c M
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S.1 Auiemeobls Wanted
WANT@Ol W Sonl i* Fo*eed
6 d CheWitet. I0 at ffteds'
Lrvim ani., 916 L. E. L0

GAINESVILLE
AUTO SALES
1007 N. Mai b.
phbm. PRFa 2411
UWnmest rost


Wededay.m FemmI, U. 190 G inesille Sun
^ '1- - i -


* FAM MICB


*S-em-urn
* PORTOUST
SCRVKI


.B&G
MOTOR CO.

b 9 Dedr
New Casta
Is a A.htD

2m01N.W.InhI.,
6-7 1 ._515


Feed
*Fak e
FouM.i
T-BId
Fed
Trucks
*Fod
Cars
gst TOTAL
PERFORMANCE

SHAW &
KEETER
2n0 W. Ulm"lsy
fR 240503

AwVnV IN TMB
BVICK Dfl r-OKY


1964 FIAT 600-D
2-DR. SIDA


s1199


I F e t NO ddiiel Cast:
n.a. ka. iti. i aitsi agle I
a.m.. any is a MM- ea -.


Borkley Motors
"SPORTS CAR CENTER
I .DART ed4373




DODGE DARTsedan


(Inleds Hear)
SPECIAL AT ..


5199501


5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY

Poole-Goble Motors
(Dodge-Dart-Dodge Trucks)
119 S.LE 1tAv. 372.4343


Sun Want Ads
Get Reudl


Baud *4 ...
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as t .mu b weA
allm tM -M w "M-a
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1OHC L UtUC.
FP 2.-ISA


WE ARE RECEIVING FRESH SHIPMENTS
OF NEW RAMBLERS WEEKLY. A GOOD
SELECTION OF ALL MODELS.
CoMe i for ge bMe deal m Amerie's
Fise New Cr, for 1964
BIG CAR COMFORT
SMALL CAR ECONOMY
LOW BANK RATE FINANCING
"THE DEAL OF THE YEAR ON
THE CAR OF THE YEAR"
Clip the coupons fram yur maozines, then drop by
and win youreH oef of thoon of prizes

RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.
1132 SbtkA Mi. Se. Pf.. 2-.433


--I-- __d

Howes-Powers Motor Co.

I1 End-Of-Month Clearance


ATTENTION! CAR OWNERS!
FREE SERVICE CLINIC!

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
(February 26, 27, & 28th) 1:00 to 8:00 P.M.


Buick Motor Division Technicians and Sun Electric Technicians will
present to assist in the performance of this Service Clinic. Using
the latest equipment for testing and inspection. You car will be in-
spected from bumper to bumper including general condition and per-
fowmance.
(No attempt will be made to sell you any repair work or replacement
parts.) Please drive in during this period and benefit from this FREE
SERVICE CLINIC. Due to facilities, the only foreign cars accepted
will be the Opel line.


MELTON MOTORS


P715 N. Main St.


GO!


with the winner!


Plymouth


FR 6-75711


GO!


with the leader


Hawes-Powers


N0.1


PLYMOUTH


NO0.2


PLYMOUTH


N03.
S


PLYMOUTH


PLYMOUTH! No. 1, 2 & 3 at Deytone

1964 Plymouth | 1964 Vdlimt
si on


NY Tio

LA IM .Ise






ad ,


-. m .


and We Mean


CLEARANCE!


"If you don't like these prices ...

MAKE US AN OFFER!


63 VAIANT, 4-dr., power steering, auto-
motic, radio, heater, executive car .$1995
63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steer-
ing, brakes, air cond., automatic, radio, heat-
er, black . .... .......... .. $5395
63 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering,
brakes, air cond., automatic, radio, heater,
auto. pilot ...................... $5595
63 CHRYSLER, Newport, 2-dr. hardtop, power
steering, brakes, air conditioned, automatic,
radio, hooter, executive car ....... $3145
63 RAMABL. 4-dr, automatic, heaterr, 9000
miles ................ ......... : . $1400
62 FORD, Foirlaine, 4-dr. V-8, radio heater,
Clean ........................ $1245
61 OLDS, 4-dr. '88', power steering, brakes,
automatic, radio, heater, 'harp .... $500
6I PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. automatic, radio.
heater, nice car ............. ... $895
61 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic,
radio, heater. sharp .............. $1295
61 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. Wagon, power steer-
ing, brakes, automatic, radio, heater, air con-
ditioned ................. ....... $1495
60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. power steering, auto-
matic, radio, heater, nice ......... $1245
60 DODGE, 4-dr., power steering, brakes, ra-
dio, heater, automatic transmission, V-8, air
conditioned ..................... $995
60 OLDS, 2-dr. '8', automatic, heater, per-
fect . . . . . . . . . . ..... $1145
60 LARK, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic, radio
heater, yellow ... ......... $745
59 IMPERIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering,
brakes, air cond,, automatic, radio, heater,
nice .......................... $1545
59 CHEVROLET, 4-dr. hardtop, power steer-
ing, brakes, radio, heater, air conditioned,
automatic, transmission .......... $1145
59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, power steer-
ing,. brakes, radio, heater, automatic trans-
mision. one owner car ............ $945
57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic,
radio, heater, V-8. nice ............ $495

IMPORTED CARS

I SAAB 2-dr. 4-speed, radio, heater, like
new ......... ............... $1 4
59 L FORD. Wagon, radio, heater, real
clan .......................... W
61 OP3 w n, radio, heater, real nice $995
7 MItao r. hardtop, mdo. heater, clean

S OIL. 4. mdi, heater, nice $.


SECOND CARS


5610iMP"|8 rui -d.......%
P M 4. m ic rodo, heat
.. l*4I... .y.........bl.............5*1
^fi~~nitibi~ouomoc.-^^I 5"


t~A 44%


3l


r~s S


R THE CORRECT
', TIME . .
FR 2-1411
Courtesy Of
UJ s(iversity Chere
N. MaeiSt. at lIthA"


TROPICAL PONTIAC


Petiac Sakl and Service
Complete Atmionbile
Service on All Makes 61 Can
dy and l Fder S he
Aamsmebile Peiutiq
Sifacise Guaraeed
Truck Swrvite. AI Make
220 NW 8th Ave. 372-2583



MONEY


SAVERS!

PRICED mLL

Conditioned
TO PLIASE
'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
Dauphine 4 door, radio,
heater, seat belts Good
conomn,cal transportation
at a very, very low price of
only
$995

61 Chevrolet
4-dr. Impala hardtop. V-S
engin@, automatic tranis-
mission, power steering.
good tires, low mileage.
$1745


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


CRANE
Lincoln Mercury
'Itfs l to Trae iat Cras"
51S1. Main St.
FR 2.3631


II


WEEK


SALE
ON THESE CARS

62 RAMBLER
ALrea 4*r station wo*w.
radie, heater, as extra es
buy
$1345
62 FORD
Late .im fairrles m V V
*laMs, automaie trasmisn
dos, power etmri. raft.
altM. JM hoianet M.L
$1695
61 METRO
C -e u, Lie 9e. ndw ,
buter. fW u waul Uft
$595
61 RAMBLER
Cam* t4* dua., atde
trecamisme, hfeatr, adt
$995
59 RAMBLER
4* csa Ctry eUas
tWae extra sice. BOaSt"e
biMlaeri. ndes, htosir,
iWiawl relUs mas.
$895
59 CHEVROLET
Raed Wp. 4r. no
ur. rdi. hIeater.
$845
59 SUICK
a.. gets. .Mat.s. .m.
$995
He DewsPeys"F
51 NASH $21 Me.
L, owl OWia il t
N1PLYM. i32Me.
P7Ha .. 29Me
57 BUICK. $32 Me.
'tAM. Me .

#m| S2 Me.

$6 Me.
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whod o or d l -
b sle b hwm* fA-
hB or Wa ligt dao tr fi t -
dom fWtofaSld b.it-of
11 a~Ins h-bm wood L igny WA --lif
owner tedum 1na ti so
Few ban tm sqmk ap eni d Cf in lK
for the flrnetl a pnlcNr wTout i h isl
rp entd pet s h d Dr. 30 l d U.C., iM
bOMlin do emsand ar. buW bi ld he n
dW*ll -admlfSU dht b homb a* .
UlMed se DprtwbM d ta weOK s m
Ahrican hwbee ba aSWtiN aNe *ay at we. a
beCts that wl wipe et n re o the wIt a h L
virt pats and me or Sh il hoem th l
crop. aldof he udS eI l
OCe o &oe nmot noeat ra. Ime, the udinttotof b
potaim ws a pmop d aiw
ibuct to datry~ E lhm l d f i. &ui
that blahtSed mra totw o D
be acre i Norther Cdbmll
is, wad em hemediaeacse PW...
in adjoqni aa. s Kom -mnn tL-
st. Ja's Wort in its athe Eu.
S A wead Aft ma I FLOUR?
it way io Caflori b the ;I
erly lIW. Iat knded, 0 a-mSia.
cadd out valkale *ift U5I4


B OF MONT


CLEARAI


I IE


SHOP & SAVE!


-- lo i- -


2* mWod lB J Xb-
oa ur n tihbe NaS.

rAt twI11 Sbmi m
t in t ieM ai coai de-
, Ut hKW" dWed


If dIr Ila1through theKla-
U1 wet idNOM aa. The
IMiMes weab work, altU-
pledi im aldd om of
the weeds ad a d others.,
Sthat ful rae plants could
place the. The ifestatio re-
celed year afer year. Today,
Ite one dreaded Klamath weed
i little more than a memory
for moot Western ranchers.


of dollars of amp Md animal
indutries each yir. T day sel.
entist are attempting to use in-
sects to regulate a fewer.thin
2 different specie of weeds
which threaten mI a of acres
of potentially rich grain lands,
Umber tracts and food produc-
ing areas.
These are not the me weeds
that crowd the flowersIn our


lamat weed is only one of backyard xardes.


OUR N6 5 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONN

BA(KFIRB "i Put Us Behind The 8 Bal."v


itt'


But NOT NEARLY ENOUGH!


Now We Must Raise Cash To Pay For This Furniture. There's Only One
Wey We Know How And That Is To Sharpen Our Pencils And Slash
Prices To The Point Where People MUST BUY! NOW IF YOU
EVER WANTED BARGAINS! "THIS IS IT!"


LADIES' & CHI DIEN'S

LANES SWEATERS ,.. 1.97
LAMES SWEATERS .... 1.97
LADIES COATS i,13. 3 4.77
LADIES DRESSES o3.97
LADIES FALL HATS O ,." .,.47
LADIESFALLSKIRTS ..,.. 1.47
LAMES CAPRI PN .. .97
LADIES ROBES 1.47
Lodies' MAIDIN1 RM IRAS
MRG. 00 19 ONL: 97

GIRLS JACKETS 7... 4.97
Ckaedi ESP EA4 ..2.87
BASSINETUNERS a.. 1.47
CHILDINS FLANNsL ,..87
CHILKMIS iu
CHILDRUNS PLUSH| 97
T Re.1.99 *7I
LAMDIES DUSTERS ..... 1.47
[ MEN'S & YS'

MEANS SWEATERS ., 3.97
MNS SWEATERS .,.,., 2.97
BOYS SWEATERS.. ,,.,., 1.97
MNS SUPRS ,... 2.99
OYS SUPERS ll.. 1.97.
HOUSEHOLD & GAMES


T L


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4-Piece


Bedroom

This one of the best
suite values you'll find.
Full size pices, smartly
styled and finished in "to-
day styWling" for modem
living.
INCLUDES:
* Double Dresser
* Tilting Mirror
* Chest of Drawers
* Ieaodboard


ALL FOR


MiU,1.ig


ImyM-1


2,3,4 Piece

SECTIONALS
- Nine Styles -
You will marvel at thies gor-
geous sectionals! You'll love the
soft comfort of the solid foam
cushions the smartness and
durability of the modem cov-
es-but best of all, you'll love
"t low prices go in secn
for the best selection and geo
in on the big savings!
- PRICES FROM -


RIOT! BEDLAM

in BEDDING
Hollywood Bed
MnWM Y" 0 *^ I &AA

i100 % Pure Foam

100% Pure Foam


Hollywood Bed


Guaranteed 1
fort and quality
a price you can't
match. Twin size.
QUILTED TOP BEDDING
i'he Box Springs
is included in this
low price, You'll$
love the "no but.
ton" top. 67N


I III


HOP THURS.
& FRI. TIL
L9rxJ


1 ONLY
1 ONLY


CASUAL


a ONLY MOLDE, UAC

THE ru
4UlN m Tm

ASMU inl


METAL ED'


.11. 4.97


It149.


4.97


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DANISH SLEEPER I
Solid Foom double Sleeper from
Southern Cro! OpenM to make
2 separate beds. Save extra dol-
lon
, s117"

te LAstic -
UINSROM SUITE
Tirieirele at fA
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We Sold A Lot 01 Fir re


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Tcsv

FpsuPERB VALUE-s


SALE
Jc, TOMORROW MORNIN6

THURSDAY at 9 AmMl


ECIAL %-,Rrr)%lT TERMS GiVEN
'4WITH EACH PURCHASE"

FREE DELIVERY


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