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 27, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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88th Year; Nt 202


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964


ANOTHER FEC TRAIN BLASTED

-SOUTH OF ST. AUGUSTINE
ST. AIUMIUk 11. (AP) A "Imte t. r Muw bMe
dimd bmim es a en w e d a mr Iol lMdat doid
HIh. e* atusW t aa mN hI d b


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LBJ Sees Canal




As Business Boon


Tax Cut


Candidates



Alike ot Race



RelatiOns


By AAOLDO RUMEL
IN ld Witr
All four sen of seats
the City Commaiw enoe
the path oo program foloed
by Gomale's ndeSdlWm


MATn


Mauthews

Amounes


Candidacy
WAMWMNGO Corrme
an D. L (Billy) Matthew .
Meced today frmhWlaomb.
Itn office that he will ok
He has served as U. S. repre-
ative for the Eighth District
ainceU.I
He imed this staeomt am.
ou.og his candidacy:
"In alig cia S of the
bth Dkict of lorida to
On m e to Congr, I m
SW t and graul for
toU N hor they hve PMi
as VgwtmetrN pisfat
r sver 1 years. If Ireiled,
Idfiuli in m every way p.
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whm they bach the subject
last night
Political differms faded.
SThe four men at as a panel
to -Od h Is aO tholl
ns-ems S. bus S *ur
Cw4m bmmt he Vem
LaU a aNWs 0dor -
ti They were heard by an
Aud ce ofS IAm M poph..
"I think yu wy fId Ute p.
Ing t i. future atir bcm ue
of what's been done the lit
year," said Mader a e WM.
"We've had bemtll pa.
grmm hem," sMd lamebt
Comfsul~.r Dr. Edwia A-.
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'Expresion
Of Faith,'
flDeoamLBJ
WAING (AP) The
historic t l is siped and
Sealed, and its I carp ofre
ductiom wl b bea delvv-
er* e to lpm rihl avr
March 5.
President Joh signed
Into law WeMisy aght d
toid the noU- i a radio and
televil adiTe M is "the l i
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two eCtdreI ,Jon Jr. and Care
line, wit ee f the pm he
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Recreation


Growth


ibe Cry (enter) al k Otaer so- me tips. ladian war bonnets from
TaddlM, a talented Apah wie wl entertain at the Boys' Club Saturday at oon.

- APACHE SPEAKS AT BOYS' CLUB


He Shrinks Heads, Kisses


Cobras


-and Married at 11


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M^auble'' w--, l hWD bunb


m aili a P pel wa fft 6dw
whmc 'Tl'mu fwd plbmh ued to mak hu
he a n bmoMe Own ell.
the lahtd, ax TdM e" r lm beads o in.
h bd Ape, who iw i t s phl h material
nrte at te Boy' Cab S t. O ff when I ride
wrdi, pped file t thN lm,"
an Mwnm N& 61t4 An so lam ex|u how W ef-
he .a h do*imly for a cet thimr bmd& m
lMb see dmi sd I lasm my oatle evilece of
Tn aidays i a taker. miM a irh.


S Camt papr went hto typ
i th IN ritn bekward. ImmO al-
wris" meit pt th 1a i of a
ortto dINtta hibs a k. Pale
mOD- ham tbaed whl.
we Wodbayonota-owvly md.
Mo. a dred chm tr bh a ao
7JIW Mumn, hbla daoe, bed
La. .ih Mr, a ate charms tr-
p afrt, beia reprt, Apo-
S ft, camaMte, so, tMavr-
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Twm stoms mounted
silr mdae Ws writs and
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por-uo bour ng armmd
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H errf a bckskbi pouch
- OfB Signdrkied dnk.
He hlnd t cw I hant 4a1d&
0am ow a re-
lg r d alto helearned th di .
dia.
It's a cold and clammy kiss.
* *"Som D e kb ing your
mot br4law," he joked.
Like so many other visi to to
Florda, Toodelaw y came her
sever smonts apo and after
Sgest ad I. hi mocomim
decddl to stay. He lives in a
tourist court in Orange Lake.
Tandelayo says he teaches
dancing, speciaizIng in Poly-
nen and Oriental dances. He
doesn't care about the twist and
rock 'n roll music.
he Beudtles?
"I don't care for their sing.
ig, but I like he looks of their
be,&s.,


Alachua County Gets Grant

For Migrant Farm Workers


bt ABehm Caom Helth
Dwian w il geut fes to
porwa ma te" mifr a
M i n gsWap at ov-
t lMllh an oad migramt
k'm ise hm an gilS
mmE ta,"iMts b do
.IL G. eMp ahsty


IIt am, .
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ing health services for these
idw ts, he a id.
Dr. G. W. Kares, who is the
Florida Medical Amociaion's
replestat ohe the Flrlda
Coinmitt Rral Hent
cdWi thbe l "a tep forward
for so late."
"fO mirmt prom is t
n a* m Ia Som other om-
itl, bet we & h de tmLt Fm
nd hmbpy to hew to. fe"ral


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Jimfy Adlm Announces

-idaey For Judgeship
-:a eelte Clur


PALATKA (AP) President
Johnson, visiting Florida on the
first openly political trip of his
administrator, hailed today the
start of construction on a cross.
Florida barge canal as symbol.
izing "the essential unity that
makes a nation out of region."
Johnson, who flew to Palatka
to throw a switch setting off a
ground-breaking explosion, said
in remarks prepared for the cer-
emony:
"When this canal is complet-
ed, it will start new and perma-
nent economic growth. It will
accelerate business and indus.
try to locate along its banks. It
will open up new recreation ar.
eas."
Johnson said, "to create a
value where non existed before
is to enlarge the hoard of na-
ture's bounty and make it serve
the citizenry."
Although, the brief Palatka
stop was labeled non political,
Johnson said Florida citizens
should be grateful to Democrat.
ic Gov. Farris Bryant and the
state's predominantly Demo.
cratic congressional delegation
"for the work they did in mak.
ing this barge canal possible.'"
The $14-million channel, to be
completed in about 10 years, will
link Florida's east and wet
coasts.
The principal reas ftr John.
son's Florida trip was a $"a*
plate Desoeratle h d
dinner, which he will address to.
might at Miami Beach.


He's Late;

Thousands


Get Wet


BY JMAN CARVER
S mSe Writer


PAIATKA President Iy.
don Johnon and his oicia
party were late arriving hee
for the dedication of the Florida
Cross State Barge Canal this
morning.
Thousands milled around un-
der damp, gray skies turning
the dedication site into a qua
mire.
The throne considerably shy
of the 15,l0 predicted to be la
attendance, began eating bar
beque at 11, their eyes turned
upward anxiously waiting for
the helicopter that was to ferry
the Prident from Jacksonville.
Platoons of trench coated ae
cret service men and scores of
-ormed deputies m-ge
lft the crowd in a clearing to
the pine forest 12 milS Muth
of here an the bnks othe f.
Johin Rim.
The Rodaver Boy*' Ranch
marety a taken over a a
pum ad ficialJ headquarters.
hIty metal portable field
prMe, were ho*g tS fhm
Jaekmeie a d at up.
A preim s MOW lei wft
tephaw gir m for the
al pe aad bdige for d
Whte IBua a scorpa
*A mi l Uep' was i
rerW fa r b PredoSIt's0.
_f Nt M in s nltaff.
Weorlm e itill tacking.
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th As b ls l di bai.
-on is a
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On Stand Again


L-af li
oaMD tr. is @cheiu to n-
tnr4s the wines dal lday
il ta wake of two lBlational
exhibit iroduced by the preo-
it n-at the trial eilmes
ccaw of kib aping the yan
A liter and a stateument of.
feet ito evidence Weesday
Sover-vipi deene b*
he prolecutior is expected,
ant pirport u .dd l.I




to close its cae toay, ,ad SI-
natra: satedto h e i first
key w eu called by the de-
fese.
Barty Keeaan, a; Joseph
Amaler, 23; and Jon Irwin, 43
are accused of kIdagt the
son of the famed star from his
Labe -Taloe, Nev., mold room
last Dee. 1. The yearld Si.
natra was released harmed
5 hours lar after payment of
$W,W0 raom, most of which
was recovered.


?m wer uOWN&,
dy was m tdhe ga eM
upa was writO by KEm to
d pri As FBM S gitl I
finm a safety spaoK which
leami d wm* i rock a'
reII sior D. YOP ;.


S-k wa Ad-
dMsedu to "iy pari and
we ." .
I Nyouarewdt il BW, ra
Bsr dead a smwr arrae il
lhery Mkioapin. N Iasi ne
vie,. ye Bu emilter me
as being det as I wll be is
prison at leaqt it year," the
lettersaid.
A siatms wm by irwh
to the FM m he We
dred alWs go i s I l ft
record.
According to d* staimst,
Irw, who adt Biy whis ha
dated his mier httti for six
.MUis, bewau iblVed b t
the alleged UMepig a De. L.
The statsmet said Irws
agreed to mas ke te lephe'
cas to the Oder SItais for
(5,01"


JOHN KERRINS
I John Qml Krris, Ua man
whose business frequently
brought him to Gainesville, is
dead.
* He ver lived here and has
to relative here.
- But spokesmen for Jonae
*Johnsomn Funeral Home say that
te learned to like Gainesville
so well during his visits that
te's asked to beured here.
, He died Tuesday m in rd
tN.C., hospital. He lived in
'Arden and owned and operated
the Mkifilm Service of As
ville, N.C. He came ien fre-
uenty on business connected
with his firm te neral home
ud th morning.
*Funeral services wib lle at
40 am. tosmrow In St. Pat
Tick's Catholic Cuch with Fa-
the Jan Mae Pageu offid-
tting.-
SBuri will be in Hillat Me-
Torial PUa.
I Pallbanm a willbe JounSa-
waya, Bob Doyle. B Rivers
VJoe Barret, GeooaSUWk
thur Spurgeon, Ja Wli
wind Jay BlancLar
* A rsary wll be id at 7:31l
p.m. tonight in JoaeJolnso
, Survivors include his widow,
Mrs. Leone Decker K'rinA, At-
den; and a sister, Nl. J. C.
UIonahan, Springfield, M.
MRS. MARY GRIDER
STARKE -Mrs. Mary Down-


MRS. AGNU DEAS
COIFLAND Fersal Baw
vices for Mrs. Ape Dee,.
9, who died snsday after a
lengthy il-as, were s bated
Chuck Of at N wit nter
Ftknk A-d s Sldbt
RW lawilu hb l
land Cemtey der the dec.
lion of Eartihm Fue!ase
of T1mton.
Mrs. Dea was bo Apri
15, 1114 and we a lifetime
lient o lefland.
rvivors ada a dugMr.,
Mrs. Grady Griffin of
ad; and a sn Tony Diea
of Orlando.
GBORGE BURROWS
Goge Abed leurrwei 77,
a Plnt City ma who became
0 wh vbiOng wthis m
her, died Tuesd in AlayM ha
General HeotaeL
He had visited with his so,
AlbertHoward Burrowes, since


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cy Grider4, died to a'
Starke convalescent hole last p
night water an aixtended illness.
She was boron in North Ch-
anoo, T She had been
a resident of Starke for the
last 15 ears ad w a m
ber of the First Bapis Muab. 8
Funseal services will be at 2
p.m. tomorrow In Jones Funer-
al Home, Starke, with the pas-
tor of the First Baptist C ch,
Rev. W. A. Hogn. otff ting.
Burial will be it Cattanoogs .
Survivors lick her BlS-
band, Ernest B.; two Iep
daughters, Mrs. Crystal Scr-
borough, Escondido Calif.,
and Mrs. Ja Lo Holy-
wood, Ca.; thr sea, lw
is H. Carter, Battle Creek,
Mich., JlaMth W. Carter, O n.
cinnati, and Shiriy D. Carter,
Starke; our MepOse Tme70
my Carter, Mddleburi, Taylrs
Carter, Fort Pierce, Hry
Grider, FWs Proof, ad Per-
cy Grisdtr, Sbe t a.;br
their, John A. Domwny, tl-
noog.atA; ijte, M e
Grahai NMorth tat m
and. al eUa iSia.
SAC BD _
NEWE3RY-Iupe B3Bin
op., lkadain A *riBwdl Jt
iMb's ytalA ysiaq
a sheirtllas. -.
He ga a r*id bS.. a
Methode, a iEn of Wri
War IE ad a logtimO NO-
Grady* *, Ga.

Frma( ma wi ha

2:1in Iat EMb
Rev abe =

Sure s t bi hi wiw.
Mrs. D 1; ivWe' g .
Mrs. Jack XI 5t SKm
w6 't4 adft Mi J cu 3
so C Apehabt 0 er.J.


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l was a athd marine a-
tiirWa titele of the Epic
op Church ad the New Pro-
ilMc meM re Lode pl In
-aryvie, TeaS
He was a native lof o ,
Funeral services wbe at I
Um. temns ro JesJahaib
er alh oawil Father Jo
Cnalps rectr of SLt Mary's
Ep Oueh, Dad CR,
nd Rev. D*eL A. Mp I,
astor of ViSid Baptist
urch her. flidag.
Burial wil be HtfIcrt
' We rial fr
Paulbearers wll be PacoI
lott, Bilam i ea,N Harry
twdEd EL eHerbert Cas-
ie and Hr T .
Snvivras kh widow,
Ir. Mary 4., Plant City; a
daughter, M Alice D. Muo-
Kn, New Yrk City; two sns,
bert H., G ,viaed Har-
yG., Mert Island; nine
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A Ion kadit, wielding a pi-
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the Watern tldne oefibe
Gatolb ths mrni d
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lot -y wih -n .BIeOne
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tote a Wste Uai shortly
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ie Nloau i also were in
aurueemut about appehting Ne-
res to ty Comia. a
ay bo if they're
i. antio ad expla-
nation were voiced dw lst
aiA's two hour -me The
c idts saim Uhey wsa'tit
favor of flt a race party
ovwr my other. They wadt each


ira.
The group wanted to imow
h cuidate think city gov.
Imut ib functioDa satisfac.
tily in i present form.
Dr. Andrew s aid "yes," and
he warned iapnst violent
Vchp in a period when the
city's obligatlom are so great.
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hr dhahint6e Meary ph-

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Idaklog toward the atpcoia.y
lcaept., 1e sad1, h press
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ppdaatim b to eilt wll hn-to
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He was rhor fo Gawoevi in
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Be was ectbtst *o VIA Ut-


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t a"togain aid itihma pl-
Between I1 nd 1957, except
for time out during the war, he
was egagwed in generi law
Jpracome ing u e hItand-
led Mivi sp equity actions,
real nsgate ad drial dIfnte.
In 1Mn he hwas appoitd
assistant sate itornaey for th
Ith Judicial Criruit.
He ered for two yeas.
ate claed Alub Cmoty's
appokid by Gov. Leq Coli
to be its first "pdge. le was
&Med to the podt in 1, but
rigned a year later.
He returned to private prac-
We "to pain addition experi-
en in Weguigefte cases."
"I couN fbrewee this third
j)dgeabip coming up In the Ath
CIrcult I spent-half a lifetime
prparing for it and wanted tL
BM I did aotfeel I had enough
xpeieam nelince Meo,
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hMu bo as i"dot to low.
h be an effbeIn heir a
j* ms er iuly be a sw .
de tha lnbhu arl.
At Ios author of"FlArld
111 Law and Prilurs"
d "FAln orid eal El Law
and Procedure," both ied as
the dmBd book an their mb
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( a to e o h d
And he prepares annual sup
pAemen for "Flor ida Law oi
Family, Mabte and Divorce,"
M'daft C.hMn"Pleocaf
PwIc t d, "oidd mdi Law
nct, at Mdl, rM
the date.
1e's a mmiber of the Boar
moaillm anhor the cAmWe-I
Sln br c Forlom a ad Etba
M wide"t o 6 Acau
-* Tax Payem Amds
(ACTIO). He's a diretor o
the AM-n Co*ty Mental
H&A Amhciainma d nation orthI
Ce Floria da C council Oanl
Chose and Delinquency.
rate. also Isathead"-
ory email to the Ahchua Coun
ty Cmummity Nurtg Service.
He's a member the First
Methdi aurch. the Amid.
en Legift Forty and Eight,
GabeviLie mU Club, the
American Bar Aoociatiw, 6e
Floda Bar, a legal fin
tWa yPhi DO Phi adwwal
fraternal p pI.
Shelves her sw bbl wife
Ethel and donghar, [UJde.


bb aml ad fMt *- -.--"-H e t eca le th eo ne rece h l o recent bona
SmaB craft waral gs are d to h um h "W -chancesu 1 million for capital
Ph* Vw t mat ok yb Ntod that the laprovtments, and $7 million
S, F 14 Com0 issi. dsint have the for electric plant expansion.
01ra *see paW ber to order any indiviial Butt and Win both advocated
Maay MW-,s, tGAINA rd r fired. i a ty Charter consolidation of all departments
Sumy4 s i sFrid No al AkP r"l"n specIfically deles the power., under the city manager.
w. MiMlt r a Mn e M her to i a.m. today: et t i Camisin m di. "I wouldn't be running if I
n.. general ring policies, thought city government was
.1- ,,6 6-..,,asy' / c iy u.3gm wAM .Z Inc h s- .i .t 6W
r. Pme s aSs ior n h- Wh said orders have been out operating properly," Richard-
o -pa IS W SI Ilmaln m cAr for some months to give equal Sm said. He said it's "a small
Is I S nEASTGULam Fa : s CM a Cnc to al applicants for minority group who are not el.
A I i eB cityjob. ed l by the people" ruunng
MON*1 3 10 N b" O .dM. And be added that the city things.
Amino tI m s' -rue has tried to ere all other signs He also wants study of the
a M .......... :N L of racial segregation in its pub- city utilities.
i lt .......... ti ... ............. a .s lic facilities. On other questions, the can-
n ob v i..s ..:.MSe l ra ................ He said also that the city's didates took more cautious ap-
,S aW 1 i ............... 3 hands are tied in bringing about preaches.
lnot 1 11W r ia pahNl iS .'. ......... 3 desegregation of private facili- None of them directly favored
m a eme ............." 9 ties. He said the Commission low rent public housing. Each
Prr M s i 36a. *Ra 31 .........1. s1 has tried to encourage desegre- wantedd to give private enter.
Smpa. l c ga.io. : oS- th.I' rough its -Racial prise a chance. And each want.
*Ia:" SN a n At ." Wo., ..... ... Committee, but it can't apply ed to see a housing ordinance
:a._a amu .aAWN ............ i forcepassed that would help upgrade
But again in agreement, each existing, deteriorating housing.
Sabbath Service To I ta cdidate pledged to work to. To questioning about street
ward rthering equal rights for paving, each man said he
abth rvces at the C-lthr osts will be David Rob- all rces in Gainesville. thought streets should be paved
Srepa B'Na Israel will be n pride Richardson said he had a de.- but that it is an expensive pro.
held a Friday night at I p.m. ne Robi, finite program in mind, but he position.
at the sna gue SW ecod i pro ; Cindy Baum- declined to discuss it. Butt said he thinks the sur.
SPlac SW second *T e. eta, secretary; John Wershow, He said he'd disclose it after face drainage project included
tr s li rr. TM A Lian ,the election, in the recently-passed capital
Durit the aervie the B'Nai l o "I don't want this to become improvements plan will help im.
B'il Youth Organization will chain Raymond Rob- a political football. It's too good prove the conditions of some
Instal its new officers. Taking bins, sergeanttarms. Ito lose that way," he said. dirt streets.







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Those schedules showing the extra
take-hoe pay-that will result
the reduction in federal income taM
ae approved,by the Senate yter-
day are trkhug a lot of dinner
table convention. What to do with
it? Save it or sped it? For Nesei-
tie or luxuries? By dribbles or ha
accumulated chunks?

A young couple, without children,
living on a weekly pay check of $100
will have approximately $8 more a
week to spend or save whew the
amount withheld for federal income
taxes is cut by 4 per cent.

Three dollars a week adds up to
$156 a year. That's roughly the qqul-
valent of the price of a new suit,
overcoat, six shirts and a new; hat
for him.

It could be stretched out to cwver
the cost of a new coat, a couple of
dresses, a pair of shoes and a bundle
of other pieces of clothing for her.

It might.even cover a couple of
monthly payments on the mortgage.

Stashed away in a savings account
at the end of a year it could tarn
an additional $6.24 in interest.

On the luxury side of the deci-
sion it could come close to eovn
the cost of a week's vacation at the
beach or four new tire for the car
plus 10 gallons of gasoline a week
for seven months.

Three dollars a week isn't big
money but neither is it exactly cbhck-
anfeed.


But what about all this talk about
spurring the national economy o to


bigger and better things?

We, it's oething like little
drops of water *kln a river. Those
millions of thr- dollars extra that
po into savings accounts add up to
big money leaned to business con-
ens to enlarge factories, stores or
to people building hoeu.

When added together and put to
work they mea jobs for carpenters,
plumbers, bricklayers and- electric-
ianm. They mean eustomersfor lum-
ber, cement, funaces, rugs, furni-.
ture and plumbing fixture.

They mean more orders pnd more
work for people in factories that pro-
duce those items and: in mines, for-
ets, smelters and mnls that supply
the raw materials.

Altogether, it is estimated that
the increase in take-home pay for all
wage earners in the country will add
up to something around $800 million
a month.

These ame dollar spent by the
federal government performed much
the same function of providing jobs,
creating markets for:raw materials
and manufactured goods, buildinO
home and factories.


The hope Is that taxpayer will
spend this money in such a way as
to create markets for more goods
and jobs for more people than would
government spending. In the long
run, the fiscal authorities believe, the
stimulation to the economy wll vanm
increase tax revenue for the govern-
ment, though tax rat are lower.
The effects will depend at least part.
ly on how people spend their tax


savings.


I


Voice of the People

-,--On The Sun's Opinion Page J

sme i e ad Nma( e willed Smwl deM ibefeted. Pe m" sAeme. L
J .d w I ~ $ .,a .. . .In ...= *d .r...h y. . .
s mi eene tl o ri bW to idelt J M hai o a s lm eil ,'w wil h wit6es sector
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'Smoke' Victim
Despairs
EDITOR, Sm: I just an-
other victim f the mtoking
habit. i writing you, I hop
you caa t m di d this
letter that mght help irs
to stop tM heWbit of smoking
before they p too far.
I belto Ihave gone too far.
I beleve I have already got
cancer d the kngs.
I a a carpenter by trade
and I have got the poI
cant work. I am so choked up
and with pain every mo"ag
I cou at do my work I
were tooou
I ado have msr miy to
go to a doctor. I a m
in Lt I ouM I ei U
not pw a dctaorW mI S I
be wee to Weit ime.
I. a yearn d, havem
weaS I ed for lr fDr
an u adit lie, but e IU
feld M that IIm a Ilt
my inoily dewm. ~ly pi
wort, but Su can't tal e are
of tei m what SMe re.a
I w ntobDr.-- hr a
ulleM* and h toe a a
X-ray d y ows. hey weMn
sl addwthmatterhe e d
ntd tNol M&s He lee-=r
odhs a h t.o take- I'.
colb d go* at Iatm
p rik. b "-
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as I "'jt weon b
q- 6t SW hO I' =toy
biter wg11 i ai *ag .
taim g e I wllliN


Dr. hrads Ray, I lw my
case wa the same.
I kow my letter is wrote in
drdh wS 600 ysou t
ptV lteptr where pee-
ple that make ight see what
I wig d6 for im1 e1d stop.
They ard not b dy hamig
themelI, bAt hir whale
ily e loved es have to
I wi lf ya us Us, nKy
M wqud Mt be used. I
am j ismaed fw oAt be-
1g OreSo a ma.
NAM WMMHLD
Word for Wise
On 'Fronts'
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ami ttebyOsppL..they
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b w qs their ame in
"FriMends of Lati Amwerica."
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tims As- fast as sme
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SKmHimob
wDy I'mubbe.

lbt about h. war in
Il na lt d Hidmmi qua.


Twswo he ef pdicy hea
bM eUid "W re:
The Ud State, w l
ac &t OMmi Maps
d South VIt Nam and tht
Snot Ubkely to be avoided to


QjyS FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST


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New Hinpike Notes: way the war In pig Ma
That le r aM y GM wa. Hcethe decisl to mvew t
ter' potial stock has um the war ert tthe Ihist Ih
nd a arp dece is at vd of the vmmn gnt ad
teted to by oIposdble bher to sMd secretary o DDdeae i
meters, nothing the poae, MeNamara to Viet Nam '
but what is more dturbiag to mt week for tt purpose, b
the Senatr loyal upporta MeNAMA's t qu r
is that an Ms buyers Sm e theawSothVietna.
to be coming bto bolster the ep vmntGeofGa.Np I
Goldwater marktety. e Kanh It hethird gPv- t
A visitor to New empire, meut there in days. It s
where March l Repuk haschanged the divisional
can voters will epressa pr d sector' cou das of it s
fea mouers more and M, but nobol yet knows C
more talk about Governor whetherithasthe ability and a
Rodckir. The Governor a the will to argale South Viet- Q
so is ammwith a personality. Nampolitically andto get out c
h addition, he goes to the of thefortified villages to fight b
people. Senator Goldwater the Conmmunists night as well
waits or them tocome to dy to the rice paddies q
ha. Robert Healy, the Bosin amouth of Saigon. v
Glbe's polaicalsage whoha SECOND, IT is still not
a highly respected knowledge clear he that the Communist t
d New Englad politics,past wr effort in South Viet
nd pest, has covered the Nam dpds wlly n the in
Senator's total New HAmp- suction ad supplies from n
shire effort toidate. Mr. e Communst Nortm. N
ly's conclusion is that Mr. SomeCommuunist units there
Goldwater's campaign re. operate an their own, some
minds him of Calvin Coolidge. with cpftrd war material, g
The Senator do not greet some a pplied by a -
voters with much enthusiasm. --and s through Las and
He seems to be uncomfortable Cambodia.
in situation which put him Third, it i important to con-
face to face with individuals 8der whether the South Viet.
in New Hampshire towns.
D TIE = Senator's BELOW OLYMP
oppositionIn medicare for
oldi per s in need, the con- 3 -
nsu is that Us greatestr- jrIe
in his crowds. Presumably, 1
nmne is need. In addition,
tem e Always chool boys
about covered with Goldwater
btt ts. roe total o thee stuo
dents is relatively small.
Some of these lads, however,
are quick to argue the archly
oemaive viwt, and they
do n with vg amd eovict. ,
ie. Thins .des a premise
that it is wroag to taxone for ~
public schools, because if
anyone wats an education
and can't pay for it, there still
are libraries available where
a earnest seeker may drink
at the wells of knowledge.
UK LATEST New Hamp. w
im polls aow Gov. Rocke. i
fetar r ineg abhet evan with

r Goldwater s far ahead
aed a few msotsago hisIlend -a"wau
was such that confident pre. It s lt t
didoues were that be would I trs gitotry towi
weep the state. te Rocke. treat lk -
fe ercanipaipe n k w gen t vors
and thorough. It is citing re-
auty, but since polhics is not
an exact science, one may IN V
measure with inexact yard
sticks. Nonetheless, eC the ai i a t
Goldwater experts ag1e 0 that nm1 ttsa fma


Me. Roat eller has e hade aTicdm he W t on




r i fora n hain a henlrdtm, hlniueithaworwe
New Hamplhide C @i KNo jai tINt I
Me al tla e primary a m By C. LS. SU El
bet contest h pa phse PARIS Washington's n-
came Im beln w henU Mle's tillectual finest trds many
Senator Marpret Chase a pokld cache ad the latest
Smk bem thet e st. b =t no ir how ma
cyti more then a gatiow Communists JM it Worne;
Mns. mth bbaso e iay is ta trhab thet for relative
rMt Atracn lb, ahsd I re maceq, thd West isgain.
hs a wien ( oe t o. Ts i nd Isn't ta.




SNO iM GDwcs sat k hem MW a1 1M b to I
ne d ssay, ah Gns nGO. De adsc* a tiuon I e Vttw
a Roe r I a ume, Isi t 1 world weaI,


w IBrfire a l. r- n n oa w a MaC. 0C MBB
HsterI lntdoPi myoe s e p nr- N b Voum al a,
aib a sta dtrL ie tro l A rav
MIL RUtIa N= N In m ndi n it sb m
bu* a w ui sb kmW $4t d b o a Ibt *SahAcM
L eM IIu I ni a eda,--' fh ad n -Tn. ,l
p* hek i nd b*e coesto. aria er ovefr se
Nons is ado a writi pe After Work War 1 Cob
am*l, SaI b he Auflly M in t aedm
w-s euSd, the stew a*. Wiheas at anden41
ils woullbe had ipto t 'In ml m-l sIb
dwm en te bouly is if A=WiDo. Sta-m a
A III *i -s = .M. a ON^^ W.., I.111 -" MO
thaithaensidjbtell I an b Na, N" Vist Nam,
de. "t sl" i0 0 4iri K" n a d do" d
it b pInner a r ar, UK it l. mirmmed l"ad
11, m mgadneso leto as. @@ns I t"dJobM k
0 , in as am o daim g= o ff T-aC

GOMM u o M stAn n M B AmiUId d ever
b parbto te *a la Wlhh h KAMA TIC
A* ssdhd a s*e~* AtaJ a fas a or a bo

.
J'I^JI^t^Bt .^^^ ^h ik ass~ ^^~f si i^j*-I


NW Mfb abe to carry a
a s- to North Viet
ha in inde thi it is ne-
my m aidlM Istodo a.
The imflrh in official
pirlm khi rs tat they are
ML
AMrdngly, t isn gm ally
gaed hem that may block-
do r sbobmbnet of North
let Nam wlk have to be
arrid t by U.S. forces
an this raises am ss er be-
I ,de te MeNamra will
ave to answer.
ATI WOULD be thereac-
io of thie Cee Commu
itb to wuB a attack by A*
eican forces? Would they
atrveo andI so, would
Washingtm he prepared to
omb thetwo road and the
railroad from South ChinaIn-
a North Vtit Nam?
Would Comunist Chins re
alate by bombing Saigon-if
o, would the Khanh govern.
ment be able to withatand
uch preure? or might
ommunist China retals -
te elsewhere: In Korea or
uemoy and Matsu, and
ouid such a chain of events
e contained
There is, too, the old racial
estion. If the U. S. inter-
ened directly in the battle,
what would be the reaction in
he rest of Asia of white men
oce more bombing nonwhites.
And there i the larger Corn.
mnt question: Would U. S.
intervention widen the split
between MOKow and Peking
ar bring them closer to-
gather?
FINALLY, there is the West.
ern allied question: Would
the European allies think once
more that Washington was ov-


'US


By IiftrleI


n votes with handshakes.
g fans instead of mintelli-


rMetc to th Cem t
pnem ad d W Fra m
in a pkty of mutrahato

li sMt, It i iea f Prim.
ldut JohM to w- tha
Ca. Ie that b t l a

gimn" li VIM Na, md to
uge the mre to B tma
uis the pme ih stopped,
the U. S. may crry the war
to North ViM Nm. But carry-
ing the w tee ab o a
"daamo. game" that t dh
country hu t begun to face.
Uisftuiately, the talking
and the retening have tak-
en place befor the careful
sding, bu fortnately, this
stuylg is now going forward
in a careful and systematic
manner,

plungeinto a wider war i


VM Nam at any time, and e
pse ly not in an election
year, but equally important,
be Is not ltely to risk losn
the war there, or even to risk
the danger of losing it between
aw and he voting in Novem.
ber.
Therefore some new action
is Wliaed to stop the press.
ent dowward course of the
war. The hope here still is
tt t escan be done by Ue
South Vietnamese, for the
rik of direct American i mn.
teention are great. But in
a event, Washington is not
prepared to lose the war, with
a that would mean in the
ret of Southeast Asia. That
is the passage the Johnson
adbielration is trying to get
to get to the Communists
be more serious decisions
re ta about expanding
1kfahn.


Down With



Extremism!


By WILLIAM F.
BUCKLEY JR.
The nation is ahast at a re-
cent article by Professor Re-
vilo Oliver of the University
of llinis on the subject of
the assassination of John F.
Kennedy, wherein the pro-
fessor gives three hypotheses
which could account for the
events of November 2-24.
The first of these actually
suggests that JFK was done
in because he had served no.
tice on his Communist mas-
ters that he would no longer
connive with tiem against the
best interests of the United
Staes. In other words, that
JFK was a Communist. Well,
we are inured to the accuse-
tion that Dwight Eisenhower
was a Communist, so that no-
thing now, along that lise, can
have the capaly to shock, or
even amuse.
W' A MAN believes E sen
berwas a Chmmis be
41ev eai esb all
belevgJFKiwasme..Jtis
only left for such as them to
wonder whether Gedt is a Cm*
munist, which after a would
account for what is happening
much more neatly than the
hypolbes that last two
Presidents d the United States
were Com ists, wouin 't
you msy
Professor Oliver's thesis
Number One, and as a mat-
ter of fact his theses Two and
Three as w are disastrous-
ly wrongheaded, and I say
this concerning the work of
a man anad sachlar for


IET NAM WARFARE


Change
with China over South V
Nam. China's clients hav
ben skillfully eroding t
US. position in that far e
country. If a stand is not a
take, kh will collapse and wi
it our reputation.
ONLY TWO recent count
guerrlar wars have bee w
in Greece and Malay
U.S. aid hed the Gree
pot dom their bM ut
atmos lb b t th bi
-aurAsA A hat le.
Malay e bitsA et
a years into h a bIu
Gmrat campaign
whor Cmm t or as
m Nmo* me wie
Or th s Mamrt le
.lm fa m ldpo as h
arit M i tO i TinT a a
MIa and as the Viet C
dm in lsm and North V
NaM Paalye by krw
s adtg any war into
der hloesost, the West i
ca* ice coBditios W
down by e guerrillas
in faefk mifu9we tee
it (antial to cordin
ilom* and is ary s
W& LWe eto dde is
g to and the Lm bi t
prdi that a ,
avd bto ta t I
Caomn west. z
.sl hv hm p .N



i+ Jww.jniit
m^m m^t


the Rules .
et with new tactics and weapons
e webaven'tlearned heowtode-
he feat guerrillas under their o
ff filht ruies. And the amow-
* struck way we handle pope-
h ganda makes things worse.
Secretary McNma pr i-
r- ses we will withdraw from
m South Viet Nam nt year -
a. either an absurdity or a pla-
s aod disaster.
m Neutraliation of Soath
li Viet N meaMitIs iMwhich
e is why e Cmmins ish
Sit as a hrst iq. But thle ely
w almoae in victory, wUch
id w flhdab Ulm we cdm
Sw iate. I we let the
at, smr in ab ha and
in m tmhmn memh m we
- dMed tobe fr-t i ,
- the pnwed to deal.
Id ITIU5M to pneoilur
ag inftle af g th by or
iet own""H ad to destroy
f foreip b-t d bmrelo
a- We Adliai" pis t-
w vmdit Naft VayM N aor
id East LosI ut weM idm
mts and "esi, lmas
ate m t a m *peimh
ra.- war hts the lthi dolhaL
in AndthWtOObahurt him
ry- sinm- dlcl ant ra
by Ps. wemtand.ae
we vertine that MaMAlig
the t capture Nik Vie t NI It
er arely to prem v lhVi
SNm. We dmt wit war we
we---am G3a S
amd o ags, IM go sellR
he pea4sa m-
R; gAeWiz =iir
kr wJI


whom I have the highest affec-
tion and esteem. Ten years
ago the professor, who is the
single most learned man I
have ever met, knew nothing
about, and cared nothing for,
politics. Five years or so ago
we were talking in the wee
hours and I chided him on
the ignorant political com-
pany he was beginning to
keep, He replied with a twin.
kle: "Bill, just remember you
got me started. Before meet-
ing you, I'd as soon have split
the skull of any man who
split an infinitive." And now
the man who could correct the
grammar of Horace, is adrdt
in the seas of political solec-
ism.
Thus-a columnist from New
England-his name is Newton
F. Tolman-also wrote an ar-
ticle a few weeks ago, this
one for a respectable Ne w
England paper, In which be
sets forth his views on Sea
tor Goldwater. Says Mr. Tol.
man about the Senator:
'"TIS SEEMINGLY iq-
dibly ignoramus is actually a
noerable racist has goer
from the most degenerate d
the McCarthyite mob, with
all the finer instincts of a by
ena and the principles of a
small-town Hitler, and whose
ferret mind is just crafty
enough to appeal to every
vOte with a neurosis on i-
come taxes, Communism and
inferiorr races'. .. In shrt
an egomaniac who would
crawl under a snake's bely
in an open sewer to salvage
Oe misbegotten vote."


I do not know about you,
but I would myself far sooner
be called a secret Communist
agent, than fit the description
here rendered about Senator
Goldwater. After all. some
fine men intellectually or
emotionally derailed, have
been Communists-o need
think no further than Albert
Camus, Arthur Koestler, or
Whittake Chambers. But
there are no fine snakes or
hyenas, or Hitler (the lang-
uage of Mr. Tolman is, of
course, the language of Hitler
-he writes as Hitler used to
write about the Jews). But
te simear of Kennedy has
been aced and condemned.
The smar of Goldwater is ig
.a.d.
IT A SlPCIALLY unpl
sa hu r we live in, in a W
pklea age, an age I
pra to despise. A iAedy
bhlist whose hatred Ier the
American right wmg has p
the bes of her, or I smid
say drie the bet Ids her,
finds that Goldwater is a am-
strous and ambitious mous.
bank with a "beart as aUM
and dry as the desert nlgL"
And she ocludes that S
tor Gdwater attracts thee
who "reset the wift tides od
history."
Well. Imr t a sthewift tde
of history. One of thoae ti d
serv at oe a dth se
tie I taenM intemperates
a side of the political feIse,
while b ptig mamacal in.
erance theta olr sides
the fence. A Frenchma .
bedit: PasCemeaaap.
che-there ca be no eW a
on the lMLft.
It was history sh
rnW ost, and they
nilM ,sly withtMe wWo
to am Wmho a
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What To Do With Your Tax Saving


Those schedules showing the extra
tak-home pay that will result from
the reduction in federal income tax-
a approved by the Senate yester-
day are sparking a lot of dinner
table conversation. What to do with
it? Save it or spend it? For necesi-
ties or luxuries? By dribbles or in


bigger and better thiaga?


Well, it's somethlg like little
drops of water making a river. Those
millions of three dollars extra that
go into savings accounts add up to
big money loaned to: business con-


cerns to


accumulated chunks? to people

A young couple, without children, When
living on a weekly pay check of $100 work they
will have approximately $3 more a plumbers
week to spend or save when the ins. The
amount withheld for federal income ber, cem
taxes is cut by 4 per cent ture and

Three dollars a week adds up to They m
$156 a year. That's roughly the equl- work for
valent of the price of a new suit, duce tho
overcoat, six shirts and a new hat eats, am,
for him. the raw

It could be stretched out to cover Altoge
the cost of a new coat, a couple f the incre
dresses, a pair of shoes and a bundle wage ear
of other pieces of clothing for her. up to sot
a month.
It might even cover a couple of
monthly payments on the mortgage. Then
federal g
Stashed away t a'savings account the same
at the end-of a yarf it could earn creating
an additional $6.24 in interest and ma
homes a
On the luxury side of the dec-
sion it could come dose to-coveriy- The h
the cost of a mflbat acationat tfl- spend th
beach or four. M -tirea for the car to create
plus 10 gallons of gasoline a week and jobs
for seven n .... governm
lj ... run, the
Three dollianT week isn't big stimulate
money but neither is it actly4hi increased
need.
The effe
But what about all this talk about ly on h
spurring ie national economy on to savings.
Sn


enlarge factories, stores or
building home.

added together and put to
y mean jobs for carpenters,
, bricklayers; and electric-
y mean customers for lum-
ent, furnacci, rugs, furni-
plumbing fixtures.

mean more orders and more
people in factories that pro.
se items and in mines, for.
elter and mills that supply
materials :

there, it is estimated that
use in take-home pay for all
rners in the country will add
mething around $800 million


same dollar spent by the
goveumnent performed much
a function of providing jobs,
markets for raw materials
nufactured goods, building
ad factories.

hope is that taxpayers will
his money in such a way as
e markets for more goods
for more people than would
aent spending. In the long
fi1,bauth i#belie te
ion to the economy will even
tax revenue firq e govern
ioutgh-f rates are lowN.
ets will depend at least part-
ow people spend their tax


Voice f the Peo'le

The Sun'! Opinion Pag
O~iiem M4d -4iuef .imedla weme i the Vdms af te L Leston
mw bhe S "ed ka beer he w~V'i. S eel ail he w I hheWlh edn tL A halem smed
mt *xceed $00 w nd me M O ihW m lr se MMdde dofI e pesw. Pmv tM l b eI
s e semVis m is esy Ie o er ee wilt di iNM he mkw m's ei is a


'Smoke' Victim
Despairs
EDITOR, Sun: I am just an
other vti of the sm ing
habit. In writing you, I hope
you can get something of this
letter that might help othm
to stop the ha0t o( smoking
before tey go too far.
I belev Ihave gone too far.
I believe I have already get
caner o the ugs.
Im a carpenter by trade
and Ihave got to the point I
can't work. I am so choked up
and with pain every moreg
I could not do my work if 1
were toPt
Ide st have any mnMy to
go to a doctor. Im aeady
in del IM aSaid I oold
not pay a door bil em i
he wa to crlit me.
Im a years old, have
worked hard fo my famiN
all my adlt I Ibt I
feel a litte that Im ltlelt
my family daw. My We
works, bta She eutthoen
of the ib on what he em
I wettoDr.-- for a
meuminao ad he teok a
X-ey d my s. They were
so filled with matter he alld
not tel agelk lb e IM =
ulpha dr s t to take fr a
code d weeks d l wre to
go back.
Ihad p s do esatNa thee
am poll a= whthe
two weeks We a p I was
broke a I did lt tre to
th soidnt.*MyMi# e Nt

Ik .pthoph rhM get
knew mso PSaim,


a this committee's public n.-
age has suffered a terrible
blow by the pulcty reslt-
ig from membership ich
connittee by OmwaM... they
ha 4ecideidd h the ame
s mas longer teble ad are
now changing their ne to
"Friends of Latin America."
This is an ofte used gie
by many of the front araiza.
tomn. AsUAe a mseoM
catlels ap theiriWtWa
ckpoat e the diampeir
and rempp under 'tahaer
me. Dir h *i,,,,o y
bw-vonf due pt ,d
law I ml- dem.c we m
i, d oft ccum Oit ny
anltIdu tap n we
cm 26 cbndef *m l
am. T4wdfor, it b .-
the people of our wairfull
oea1ry btpreti6 a1lshels
m Ir f rey to uch w
Jug a trd tod the i.

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AM I br detrns e

Ab Ma d a
SM s pi s .i
Afluff item


AS


till


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-es, wil bs conducted Friday
At 4 pma. eom the Greater
Btl AX. Chtr d S tbheI
isT. A. ANder fiaeI
blame will 0e i ts
MLt Pleat d tery. Mr.
Uqyd is sr l byt hiM we .
Mi- SyilbI set me ai,
Mrs. mIa WUl s; three
NM-I Mr. W t e rry, Mr.
Imp WIIm, N. Den Fm-
der, uOseiW4"awnMrs. 1u I
bawuks, m ieceblaw, Mis
Mary Hawkiu.
The fa l ad Mfriends
e asked to met ha tie h1
d Mr. Lloyd 71 NW 3rd Sire
it 3:15 pm. to form the ow.
e that will proceed to de
T rema l of Mr. Uloyd wll
ie in state at the Hughes &
Chestnut Funeral Home mom
al Chapel frm 1 p.m. today
tmil 12:3 Friday, and will lie
i state at the Greter Bethel
AM.E. Chur ch frem I p.m.
Friday until 4 p.m.
The pallbearers will be G. T.
Cook, James Mack CorneH
Wble, A. D. Scv Frank Mc
eary, and James McColkum.

CURC ANNOUNClM'N TS
Newberry-Mt Zora Baptist-
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morw
ing worship, Communion, 11
am.; and evening worship, 6:31
p.m. Robert Williams, reporter;
Rev. eIRoy Thompson, pastor.
Mt. Pleasant Methodist-Choir
No. 1 will have its rehearsal to-
day, 7:30 p.m. J. C. Rawls, pres-
ident; Richard Parker, organist.
Mt Carmel Baptist- There
will be Teschers'Meeting today,
7 p.m.
Archer Church of God in
Christ Church School, 10
a.m.; mornfg worship, 11:3
am.; Yoar People's Willing
Workers' Meeting, 6:3 pm.;
and evening worship, 8:30 p.m.
Elder Days, pastor; Mrs. Ruth
Jenns, reporter.


' "


0 ft- p, eto e begi
* Tu-i ,Sl S *p.

a.; mrakg worship, 11:x3
M ; and mdati worship, 7
pig se ll i0igo havebe-I
pa d o I pin. The
Sbi 1n Elder J. C.

Churoih God by Faith No. 1
-a Iy School, a.m, morn-
kg wer soon; W.W.C.,
* p.a.; ad eviang worship
17:1 p.m. itr J. C. McKnight
ptr; 3. L Hutchioon, e-

Aldem St. Luke A.M.E.
s y School, 10 a.m.; more-
g worship, 11 a.m.; uad Rev.
J wils wl hold his second
Quarterly Coference, 6:3 p.m.
Rev. Ballard, pstor and on
retion wil conduct a joint
-erice at St. Matthew Baptist
Church Friday, Feb. i, at I
p.m. Each member is asked to
see his or her class-leader. AD
members are asked to be prei
sent Friday. Rev. B. F. Ballard,
pastor; Mrs. Mary A. Jones, re-

IN EMORIAM
In many o Mrs. Bertha M.
Brown, who departed this life
Feb. 21, Im.M
We know not where His is-
lands lift the pslms in the air.
We only know we cannot drift
beyond His love and care. Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Hutchinson,
Mrs. Carrie Slater and others.
Bunice Brown, reporter.
ZETA GRAND BASILEUS
TO P70 AKI
Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter,
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.,
will climax its Finer Woman-
hood Week Activities with a
morning service at Mt. Carmel
Baptist Ch rch, Sunday, Mar.
1, at 11 am.
Speaker for the occasion will
be Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe, Grand
Basileus Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,
Inc., and Education Chief, U.S.
House of Representatives.
Prior to her becoming Educa-
tion Chief, Dr. Wolfe served as


GOP's


Beauty

Contest
New Emptis Notes:
lihat Senator Barry Geidwa-
er's political stock has a-
Wed a sharp decline is at-
tested to by all possible baro-
mneters, including the poDs,
but what is mere disturbing to
the Senatr's loyal supprtan
is that no new buyers sMem
to be com in g ito bolster thla
Gofldwor mef t
A visitor to Nw Hamphire,
where on March 10 Republi-
can voters will express a pre-
ference, encounters more and
more talk about Governor
Rockefeller. The Governor al-
so is man with a personality.
h addition, he goes to the
people. Senator Goldwater
waits for them to come to
him. Robert Healy, the Boston
Globe's political sage who has
a highly respected knowledge
of New England politics, past
and present has covered the
Senator's total New Hamp.
shire effort to date. Mr. Hea.
ly's conclusion is that Mr.
Goldwater's campaign r e-
minds him do Calvin Coolidge.
The Senator does not greet
voters with much enthusiasm.
He seems to be uncomfortable
in situations which put him
face to face with dividuls
in New Hampshire towns.
DESPITE THE Senator's
opposition to medicare for
older persons in need, the con-
sensus is that his greatest re.
sponse com from the elderly
in his crowds. Presumably,
e is Ineed. In addition,
there a always school boy
abOt covered with Goldwater
buttons. The total of these stu-
dents is relatively small.
Some of these lads, however,
are quick to argue the archly
conservative view, and they
do go with vigor and convict-
lon. This inedls a pensise
that It is wrong to tax one for
public schools, because if
anyone wants an education
and can't pay for it, there still
are libraries available where
an earnest seeker may drink
at the wlls of knowledge.
IS LAIT New Hamp.
shire p-o Ahm Gov. Rocke.
fellr nnig abet even with
the Senator. A few weeks ago
Mr. Goldwater was far ahead,
and a few months ago his lead
we such that confident pre-
dictions were that he would
sweep the state. The Rocke-
feller campaign has been slow
and thorough It is getting re
ults, but since politics is not
an exact science, one may
measure with inexact yard.
sticks. Nonetheless, even the
Goldwater experts agree that
Mr. Rockefeller has made
New Hampshire cidzens
are calling their primary a
beauty contest. 1s phrase
came Into being when Maine's
Senator Margaret Chase
Smith became the first wom-
ad candidate for the presiden-
ey t more than a generation.
Mrs. Smith anredly is a
et attractive lady, ad the
M-e members f fthe Contest
ae rate gh in that quality.
Seater GoIdwater 's le is
riady ad mrm, Sad Ge .
Roceler is a .asHom.
de i i 1 mL. Zvaa Mr.
Desel M assa, whom Pe.
amee in h primary sum
anost of hti frbds, is rated
a a shirt-ad type.
MIL, -IAM ION is
aly a wriis cadeate ad
therefore Mt really a ao
pDlmer in sm tbuy enmtL
AmJ itle0a toVi
Km is ee a whon pe
alty, ad i be aaa
were Aesr, In ether e-o
hitaits wl behard pt to
de Mat ohI a t1 he aly b
MLe. IenIs a camam g fi-
than IbM Ua tkedmE.
to at g- -thagess

liesi i "t m aiolordamia
1s-111 1aprvd tofr ats be

GOl mam

iss aW -ob*
e.i "br at bw

M~r.Sea ea Rd lap


"It's insulting to try to win votes with hondshckes.
They treat us like teen-age fans instead of intelli-
gent voters!"


Di S tael t Mmml at IuccWsUL
TGIg b l- te, TsgsAe, TALLAIHASSEE (FANU)
a.,, a er of the aculty- T m dimensions n experi-
d O-wn Ws., 1almf, tcin t ut feelp we- pum-
N.Y.,,i Sa wm Yek tU *; ty e which Dr. lSiel
GuMt Leturer at the University A. Banks developed an address
of hM ak Wa Sate Univer- on "Goit and the Care of Pa-
i, Cobalumbia hv rsity, Ford- tnts" at the opening joint ses-
ham UMvwelle l Brookly slo, 'Tuesday, February 11, of
colete. the th Annual Meeting of the
Dr. Waoe is a mst dynamic borid AM University Clinical
speaker. 1 public s invited Aodiation.
to hear her. CO of the keynote speaker


PATIENT tI
MBINCAL CBER
Wile l y brother
Mrs. Carri Strong, of the dty,
Is in the Med"l Center.
Friesh a asked to visit
him Mrs. F. D. Shaon, re-

SPECIAL NO=CE
The Progressive Coin Union
will redier mrvtce at the ML
Herman Baptist Church with
Rev. A. L Jordan, pastor, Sun-
day at 3 p.m.
The public s hinted.


of dte opening session held in
Perry-Paige Auditorium on the
FAMU campus, Dr. Banks i
chaplain at Hillis-Miller Hos-
pital and Medical Center, Un-
iversity of Florida, Gainesville
Keynoting the opening joint
session which brought together
members of the medical, den-
tal, nursing, pharmaceutical
and religious therapy section
of the clinical association, Dr.
Banks shared the speaker'spod-
kum with Dr. M. Wharton
Young, M.D., Ph. D., professor
of neuro-anatomy, Howard Uni-
versity School of Medicine,
Washington, D. C.


.T Pointing out that the first di
SATESI NE G mention of feeling gilt is to
The Pallbearers' Lade No. "experience a discrepancy, a
54 pride of Gaiesville, will gap between what is and what
meet at the regular meing should be," Dr. Banks stated,
place today I p. "Who we experience guilt aS.
other aspect is present. I ro
PLANS BUSINE S MEETING opiae that I am involved in the
The th Sunday business gap between reality and the
meeting will be held Thursday, good. I acknowledge that my
March 12, at 8 pa.. at the Mt response, my decisions, are a
Olive Primitive Baptist Church. part of the mess that things
During the meeting, there will are in."
be a contest between Brenda He said, "A third dimension
Norman and Patricia Dunn. of guilt is the experience of
Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. ones sell as not only the culprit
-- but also the judge."
AILING AT HOME Dr. Banks counseled his list-
Mrs. Lottie Fair is ailing at eners to apply three basis atti.
her home. tudes in helping to counteract
Friends of Mrs. Fair hope she the problems of guilt feelings.
will snoo be well again. Mrs. These baskic attitudes he under.
F. D. Shannon, reporter. scored as "the attempt to un.
derstand," "affirming and re-
ASSEMBLY PROGRAM garding the person in his be-
AT VCC coming. .a child of God, tov-
DAYTONA BEACH- A spec. ed as man," and the "need to
ial assembly program observing avoid false communications of
National Engineers' Week (Feb. our meanings."
16-22) was held by the Volusia A travelogue with slides,
County Community Coil eg e "My Experience in Medicine in
Tuesday, Feb. 11, at the Camp. India," by Dr. Young, kept
bell High School Auditorium at the audience entranced A mo-
ll a.m. E. Ed Ek, Director of tion picture of a unique lung
Technical Education, Daytona cancer operation by an emin.
Beach Junior College, gave the ent Japanese surgeon followed
occasion, which was to give stu he Washington, D. C., medical
dents an insight of engiering school professor's inspiring and
as a possible occupation. J. informative talk on his experi.
Griffen Greene, President of emes in India.


the Volusia County Community
College, introdued the speaker,
Eugene A. Rowland. Mr. Row-
land received his BSE degree
from the Pmasylvala State
University and attended gradu-
ate school at Syracus Univer-
sity and the Unierit of Fla.o-
rida. He joined the Apollo Sp
port Department In August of
192. Since joldng the Apollo
staff, he has bem associated
with the Spacecraft Systems
group of the imtegra Support
Section. His duties have ainclud-
ed systems engineering and
specification development for
various elements of the Apollo
Spacecraft. He has recently par-
ticipated in maintainrbili t y
studies related to the Apollor
systems.t
CLINICAL ASSOCIATION


IN VIET NAM WARFARE


Time to
Eta lurk Sum
G IaIi a

By C. L mSULEUSGR
PARIS Washginmo's i-
tellectual acest breads many
a pallid cliche and the latest
is that no matte how may
troubles we may hae, the
Cmos have it worsm;
that in the ca for relative
m-nidF, Sm WS Wi l
lg. Tilm sha t iue.
No corner lleColm t
wordMw dntelis to "Ge
Desrc" het te merse
Is dai tmIsto go lwerm
bas, h.Ce.OMM"
u ibflt i sba
am arAnstal subo
gapI at. A gave
db Sue h betuobehas
adll "a b- s o
Aro Mak lr Uto mN*

mulm slobwuiAm
fl Elt Wa We! e-
reaited ifra mU sB
d Aigtri. ftdH ad
ulatim wem l w
1T. b to YW mw
1maim.3 Sm law
-ih-i iitl

15 NUIT RMIATIC
No* -" m a -
im iw ap i e i d
Ilos bls -ee
dea low Eftmer in


almie ilim Ow t for a
Ua .M a


Change t
with China over South Viet
Nam. Chiam's lient bave
been skillfully eroding the
.S. position that far off
country. If a stand is not soon
taken, it will collapse and with
it our reputation.
ONLY TWO recent counter-
guiia wn have been won
in Greece san I Malaya.
US. aid help the Grbeks
pt down their I Pmeret
after to brike w malin
md eatdffb al li the
pmerrl' iAbehd e. In
Malaya the roS tek sev-
a years toi ar a lated
Gorrf easpalgas,
whether Cumu t rt
are --y ensa SI when
am ilNl so theAl-
iwam fS o M Tb 9A-
prim dil in i7 W ad
MInews ad a the Viet C
des i Ls md Niorth Viet
NL Paralyd pby ear f
Sanmy war into a
dear bo dwe Wet Ls
dem by the perrI .
In lBhg asi theAsi
is Meid i6 ete
-p ,ae iad lary sia-
tgiee faih t do i
Shed Asdia. AS siid f-
hg to ad thes tlm by
ptitiB tt aw
aiped to bnl I as te
o sl at WIC Ever
sotse toe'l-i u enig
purge 8a^^ te^m
MeaI *-setler-Hes,


the Rules
with new tactics and weapo
we haven't learned how to de-.
feat guerrilla der their ow
fighting rules. And the moon-
struck way we handle propa-
ganda makes things worse.
Secretary McNamam pri-
ses we will withdraw from
South Viet Nam next year -
either an absurdity or aplawI
ned disaster.
Neutralsatb of So Sth
ViM NmmeumiUs io which
is *w the CiuMi sWl wil
it as a first sp. the aly
almlieve Ib victory, which
wI u ewed la nlw e c-a i
Cal li trat d lsd ei
IgueNl in sadl mm ad
the March dm il we awe
domed to be LIr a d,
then gpawed to deth.
me T R toie eOurI
infe 1 of rs ear
commute and b d troy
foreign bases d Inrrectio.
We should not comatnpte to-
vadog North Viet Nam or
East Lass bt we shA M d
bntely puerim beth be
as ad cammuniealm. 6
eftag the ifter. perryI
war tote the third an m.s
sr pimy- ld
p Lds. We t ni h &
ve detwmen um kogg
to empire Norfh Viet ma but
m*ely to parn SeaViet
ha. WA deal N M I
ai ietmrallies

ila. Mam iimi
awS
II l -


Highlighting Dr. Young's talk
was his explanation of how the
"new pedagogy developed at
the University of Michigan
where all of the anatomy is
taught in 36 days," was trans-
mitted to Indian medical school
processors and students. In Ind-
ia, where students "read the
textbooks and memorize," Dr.
Young said it had formerly tak-
en medical school professors
two years to teach human ana-
tomy.
He pointed out that there is
a tremendous need in India
for medical men because the
population is Increased at the
rate cf 10 million persons each
yve r, and India, with more than
i0 million people, has one of
the world's lowest per capital
nurses.
Dr. Young, a world traveler
and world renowned medi-
cal teacher, has taught medi-
cal classes in Japan as well as
in India for the United States
government. A veteran profes-
sor in the Howard Univers t1 y
Medical School, he has taught
almost all of the Florida A&M
premedical graduates who
have gone on to graduate from
Howard in various phases of
medicine or dentistry.
PRRSONALS
Miss Mary J Woods and
Miss Carrie Simpson, both of
Deland, were guests of Mis
Woods' relatives here yester.
day.
Mrs. Sarah Hall rned
here sterday- froa Bots,
Maie., where she was caled be.
am of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rutchia.
m soal daughter, HMde, all of
Asry Park, N. J., arrived
ere yesterday on a brief visit
and vlag with their daughter,
Mrs. Maled MM, ad ot
er rlaives.
Mrs Mary H. McDeuald wM
called to Atlanta, Ga., yes-
day because of business. Sae
wil be away for several diy.
Mrs. Gertrude Garse, of
Mini, will speed the week-
end here wih her aunt, M
Dora Hines, and other ral
Mrs. Cora H. Saderts wae
fum to Naslbil, TeeI., ye-
terday to visit with her sir,
Mn Ethel M. Rivers, zr a
wete
NOI=
Person, who would like to
participate in the Cty-wide Gee.
pel Cms, ie aed to mat
at owe k i Hig Baptist
aSweh a seatrdsy, Vpt a
7 pa Mrs. DoMllk MMr s




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Dr. Francis Ray, I knew my
case was the same.
I know my letter is wrote
circles, but thought you might
pmt thigs their where pe-
ple that mke might see what
it w do hr tm and op
"hy are not only harming
themselves, bt their whole
family of loved ones have to
atr.
I wiifyI n, e tml, my
me woiM et ibe adt. I
am ust shamed for not be-
tg more of a ma.
NAMB WITHHE-D

Word for Wie
On'Fronts'
I 0R1, Sa: A word to
*iA wie is amlm ffi a
dct Maw p e pihy
den 6 bportbiae fl the
US eleIwigIdb its pa-
tis; however, mI daigern
do beaming amdated with
at leIt ipreatitives of
t O alt Party areal
aid evewr growing I these
Uihed States.
Evey pem M me
beeh rtyb Gohe'
of mny wapwsfteadbt
may be Wmpted to jikear to
back flaie*, to
sorite to my rilere -b.




are may eals for eim
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Friday and
Saturday Only!
Shop Sears
Friday Night
'til 9PA


Gsel ille Seo


Come Play the GreateV "Tag" Game of All... and Sears is It! Look for the RED TAGS on


First Quality T ly Merehandise in


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Big 15 cu. ft Coldspot
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at m- 1198

New thin super-efficient Spintex walls. 15% more
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interior. Fast-free section, magnetic lid gasket,
cold contvl, tag bs.ket lit, lock.


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: St. Bo M, Tmitoo, a
-boy; Mr. Id M L V*
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.tIme, a *1IaJ,. wt.
:Ci, a be,.
Mrs. W. lip ; Mral.
4Ruth 2. Paym H. Ruth V.
lStewartEra.mJaL. -4,
:Mee V. a Catute
P. Pm, La Sn. a wt
:ni e r a, vs ; uw .
-samo n a saches kalu r.k M
:awls E. BcO-E4 M e;
-Linda &Rw AdoA .
-nie S. Browl, r.t ote; Mr.
:D. H. Pamrke, NMemy; Har-
riet G. Hltds, b n; Mr .
:Edward Spearc e
: DICLARGED
-T. ramInm. m, arle J.
Reynolds and Daughter, Ael
-c- Lewa, Lisa R. BOX, JoN
SW. erowahn, Jr., Deavr .
-Andrews, Mrs. Apes rok
-Mrs. Delores L wagh and
Daughter, Edward L Adrews,
Sand W. MeLed, Oris J. 0'.
'stena Bernurd DeBose, Skire-
*y- E. Carroll, Henry H. Big.
M3p. Mrs. Barbara L Levy and
.So, Ms. Annabell. D. Scott,
S Sarabh P. QuIas, Mrs. An-
IR Walker ad Dajgter,
M. Athea L Jea and
Wft, Mrs. Jom W. Straw and
I&% aCareneF. hBetham,
James C. Geiger.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP
She Gainesvill police dthis
ironh reported the following
4-m involve in accidents in
I dly ymay ad today:
Mnft Wihfant UDusity


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40m i dI muae ai
WIis t W Au ma I
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uM Vme.WMM4 M

aaL bTtob h 1be imh
of SW Street aUM An
age.
ViIob Sb, us NW Id
Street ad John E. Reder, M
NE Ut Amae, about a
tody a th uolde mir
10th Ane anod teatI
mh MlordIG.KM Ad
Hr in retaier ui
NE nt Tt., ad Kabe B~n
GWrge,Rarke,ibSoutl$ t
'JbheMIbEbckd
verity Aveine.
Marc 7io Cabeuas, ISNW
5th Ave., a&d AWlA e n
Dia, Nober, a 8:30
m today at ie tsej i. A1d
W. Undrsity Aveme.ad Ith
StreetM

JACKSONVILLE (AP)- The
Northeast Fork Egg Martet
prices to retailers:
Etn large w mostly 47;
large 4i%4. moty 45; me&
am 3%, motly 41; smal
Putry at ants: fryer 13;


Human Relations


'Pram|W Probed


7YO bed i


Bate mhe ihrinrd




iuA soci m i a I
Itan lh a!e isIM' Reild es
W tobos are set for borr


Steyre d O by th e U. H s
r Gaiweseba C o m mitee


6 ad W l~ar.
ti.zhdichoa f eoltue

w ta"t at 7:3 p.n. to-
t r m w eNoN HallAo-
A I ncpie will follow.
I Wolfeb bods her Ph. D.
. rm Colibil University asd
ISa loaw from her pot a
Inesor f education at sqss
I o e in New Yor.
Six's specialized in reesard-
Slag t aduations of cleray
derived chbke.
SInstitute s i will reume
at aI.m. Saturday in the Meth
.dit Student Center.
I .trel be three dimiWM
Erunps:
--Dr. Fletcher Baldwin of the
I VU law college will discuss the
Spending "Civ Rights Bill."
S -Dr. Hal lawis, a member of
the Florida Advisory Committee
to the U.S. CimissM on Civil
Rights, will talk about "The
Role of Govemenut in Relation
to Voluntary Groups.
-Dr. Charles Farris, a UF
I political scientist will speak or
"Negro Leadership in Tlorid
Politics."
Rev. Louis Mitchell, execu-
l the director of the Florida
Council a Human Relations
will speak a a 12: covem
-disb Was sesaLn


OLan


Metalious Leaves Nothing for Husband


I


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16 a "ownt
du& wee9 &e clrw 1.
b Nsk ilL owl
bedwIsL sn


all rdm wem I am very food of them and deathbed will o Mrs. Metalious
S thing to b r bs tend to make s-m provision Monday. She died Tuesday. MIAMI. Fla. API-Havana
sr u toha tD lkr th i." i Cremensn said Mrs. Metalous Radio said today that the Cuban
1 Mr s h1 7, 1111 13.w The il was filed Tuesday in tod him she was divorced from government has taken first steps
a ap County Probate Court. boh George Metalious, father to negotiate with Shell Oil Co.
h ad, the w diied a id was challenged immediate.do her children, and T. J. Mar- over compensation for seizure
y alter she was amited to ly by cu l for the three child tin, a former Laconia disc of the firm's Havana refinery
BaIr hospital Sl y naght Kdren. jockey, whom she married after in 1960.
aspratuy Il with a chronic The caurt appointed John divorcing Metalious. The Fidel Custro government
wr amintBame Jo ah*ea, hanrso, a member of a However. she and Metaous.eed the $28 million Shell
S Blh jounat, as the Laud i law firm which long remarried after her marriage!plant along with Eso andTex.
We maeciary. Rees currently ad advised Mrs. Matalious on to Martin was dissolved by di- aco refineries after the three
g in BRadon. legal matters, as a special vorce. refused to comply with a gov.
Bees said at a news confer-.guardian to protect the inter- Metalious. now a counselor in eminent order to refine Ruq.
eW Wednesday night he metlests of the children. the Ludlwow, VLt., high school, sian petroleum.


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I lb id ba d a b ollabor-iow e to act as execute of claims on his wife's estate to
M iAth her am a book to be the will immediately. It named protect the children rights,
0 "hi IS. JoMn F. Holland, a Manchester protect the c ren s t
He ad be was "completely attorney, as administrator, and
pr aft ae smed im BDsatN lawyer John F. Cea s Cuba Sets Deal
ask l a a der.. to act jointly as executor.
As to er childre, he sa, Itwas Crmens who drew the W ith Shell Oil


FLORIDA GRADE "A" DELLS


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YOUR CeC Lu
GROUND BEEF...

BEEF LIVER.....
FRUN
PORK SAUSAGE..


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BAKERS SHOES


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BELK.LINDSEY


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FABULOUS M "
FREE Cu. Wah

SLU0BE JOB


Lre SMglIu


LAMB


BLOUSES


kg. 1.99


3.50'

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FRL4AT. Feb. W & ov y

ED CELLON'S


"6" SERVICE


2 -3.00
AseMted Pltemn-Colons
Sim 30O4
DIANA SHOP a


R SAVING IN TIME & MONEY .. GREATER SECTIONS AND VALUES . .-
GREATER SHOPPING COMFORT & CONVENIENCE IN AN WEATHER... EASY, FREE
PARKING TOO ... SHOP G. S. C.


FRI. & SAT. ONLY
W. T. GRANT Co. .


BARBER SHOP
Open 8 A.M.-5:30 P.M.
CLOSE WED. AT NOON
"We take personal interest In
your well groomed look"


De All Your Laundry At Once
Day or Night-At Low Coot...
ALL SIZE WASHERS
, IbA lb.-25I 1-45 lb.


POWELL'S
COIN-OPERATED
LAUNDRY


GREEN STAMP
Redemption (enter
The Only Stemp Plan Guranteed
by Geed Houek-pins
OPEN 9-5 10
THUD.
SAT.


Ny PuMoret Coffe
Fo 4 SueewA Dox.l


Famow Wee M


"PARTY PERK"


F* Assails


Coffee Maker1

12.30 e 9.88


Fr & Set. Fk2. 2 & 29 Ody
OULF WAIE


DID YOU KNOW?
KinMys Famm Kepers
Are Avoilebie In Nrrow Widths
Te Oly N0*ialy F-I *m
ef Wehul Fe aw" r Thot Oftem

CUsM= Arak
S* hcle Fit
S* Sm t Cdm

FOONLY299*


KINNEY'S Shoes
S *Rqular Price


Delux Electric
VIBRATOR
US FOR:
MA if t6o k Scolp .
0 Fediel Bosoy Tretmonat
GmMt lBody MOe
* Stimulatif Circ laiou

Fri. & Sat.


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FINE FOOD & SAVINGS TOO
FRIDAY prALS
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etic Lacbnm of the Gaihm&E W s.a' OM yestf. yb phitml abhe
with his. iter, Nra. Fred H. HeatM ler, M the ped i at f the
cih, ud Mr. Jm F. Twi ta w ns fr the "ki--


Why do we b Amteri hawN
"e W b ei S oru! nid mn
ema" *am6erws shlls
r bi.i d n Gib,

H I I s becIe we NaS
lekmd ow to pedes and
drnt* emOmic P06 In

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& -LOAMfOfie GoNb*riH



NMLaem o thoe tGoa
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-i Ir k h ab 'delfa
de o dtbico ben mar
: 1C tpk f S. -na r -oW
*oo an.owe, mana's mrtte

3ioo, And today'si tooK
"ThoM who woould detroya
America do not need to resort
- bachhead landip or Urr.,
.jmcrr weapons: they
-med w to Offect ctagein
air loclsell nd emoise i*nicr
re as that the prleer fat
1 mbeerthan 6the ,
wer no better the the op-
dlt," M r. mn.s
S"As respondsible tew
wa," the m evey
*ttto ilumimnate the elmmts
3i mec freedom if it is to
uItask reqa S the
e dedicathm O free
"An Informed Americmab is au
3 American aad i us
rsmei American, becae e

ICalendar


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Mus. NI Powe, pmi.
the chb, MubmStheMoe
I pt en*it.: Mn. L w,
Muih. ?u J. hs era,
Ailar C. Bow, NaL at
C. Bely, Mrs. set,. f.L .
V. Kheor, Ws. Mak W.
Mrs. Win A. Ule ad
Hi Leeds gert, p-eit
itL Ull Wafl
fhie ivdat was gie by
Mrs. Ralph HaysndMrsM.
T. Hartau introduced the
almaker.


Pfblet "mned
Trfloie were md I the
liamp Udnit di.e ow
kri, placed 0m the stage, form
ed the bkground for the
ea table whh wi m
twred ISt rel, whit be
caMnatioM and OM ad maH r
ad In a brem eagle s tawAr.
Bed and whie cadimt, a


No matter
de puntly
Ma&ic Ovi


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o* th left4
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be, a4dI MaY. .x
AMiq, Ns it g ln,
LN Dft ML: iaMt I.. 3.
M Mrs. Tme ft, UrI
OYW:N* wD. t
IttMuia In~aTgH

Bam. In.amy wat.

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Brooki
IBodyc


FIDAY, Pelwy 3
Labmheoma hoNori iN K-
rean Owe., bride & e f
Robt Rowe, i:8t pja. U
Robut L. Jowla, Galaville
GeIN ha County Chk.


.1Wtgat
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of Mr. andMrs.


George A. WiI &r and Rit.
aid Le McNamiara. o Mrs.
Brn M. McNDamra and
-o lte Mr. MeNamar, 7:5
pa. McCl Chapel Firt Ba
119t Church.


Pst reu, s, ctal n I.

hnd him* 4Bcub atMe.L Mm. aeay, CaAu
IP leAs ckib if, LtWON WllkW iW
. A. aim AG.B.Ttart PttPaAEat Persn, Dr.
l, L cOert P, tan t dSW&
,JuolluA. ikA.urBp&khft hbm.I me ta
nIL SephiM, Ea ?Powa- d TMe uam fenln
& Amir., W. J. MabNledMtaw be pro-.
.L.N&WpSD6LS. by ft fhumu
,L Wa, Dr. W. V. ,M-m, Jeamui&.
m McL Mis, A. E. Ml- A pre party i plenedfrom
E. tley Jrt, W. B. h7 diner wl be sed
M hm BJimh a l a I tilmf paJ, atd do*
wqCwrUe. beu i aileth rn 9 pa.
mob imhed he loAm d i Slomi. il m
ton re: rivi bythe ck


World Affairs


Program Presented


amrTd. s" m d
IMe G"k CNN$ m r kI
put Wr at te World
Af w p*eud#A lindob

r. ateM aphid to heir
a.ni i sM s nt fn ft
or cltris to ha truly

hmr la itentiul
btoa isiJan loa
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Ms. Jild g pe thie hIsw
atih.
To carry ot an hiernatimal
thfl t.*@ dtoWi tisa bhWpfrai a -

FP. W) bItHi, maag.
or of t Galehhile Oamber
d commm ds a special
lest, aed=uMp qutin and
wer period on current com.
amil proj ect* hl the
recent cptal Improve-
meot bi elect
MaI. Bolna LaurOffice
Maepr at the Ur Iterna


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bdAt, Mrsl. Fon Bede
gwgtt, Mrs. Jean nHase,
$Mna Ruie Nrb, md
IfMr. rah WNi.


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CITIZEN'S Mit
MONDAY-
Mar. 2ld 5.7 p.m.
cam ad Med
SUIATOR SCOT

KELLY
C-di fer Gee.
To. aeim s c .oi-n


LEAP YEAR


SPECIALS!


1 GROUP Ladies Fall and Witr SKIRTS .........
vokes to 14.98


1 GRowP BLOUSES ........ 3.50 eh
values to 9.95
i GROUP SWEATERS.....................
values to 24.98


or 3 for
a


1 GROUP of Winter DRESSES ........................ /2 OFF
vales to 40.00
1 GROUP of Men's SUITS ......... 1% PRICE
59.98 value*
I GROUP of Men's OUTERWEAR ................ 2 PRICE
values 19.98
1 GROUP OF SWEATERS-V-Neck, Coardign Crew
I PRICE-valuesto 18.98


I GROUP Lo sL.ve SPORT SHIRTS 3.50 .a or 3 for $10


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I aerweightWomen Need
SAdvice, Encouragement


*- feWoiwnnig is a tert
n getter frm a reader.
.MDoer sa. Lowa. :
"HELP! I hav a weight
problem ad I desperately
seed he. I hav bee to see
my doctor, but al e did was
ia his bhead and hand me a
MIcalorie diet sht. Since
haB I have pined is poueda
"I am = years old, KIet,I
eas tag, large boed vM
Weight pouw.I I kow I
look awful and nooe f my
clothes fi but I jut catem
S to take that neceary slep to
' start downward.
"I have two children I
moos and years o. After
myfirstbaby I weighed 15
ps nlso Then I copied to
with My send child adI
-Aw thi! CM you 0"ea e help
me back to normal? I know it
=aIt be eyq. but I Ieem to
anedeae ex strength be-.
aildes my own. I have thought
about having my husband help
by cdartl my weight but I
am B hned to let him ise hbow
suchIWeigh.I
A Plea For Help
"Plos help. I am Petting so
shamed of myself that I hrd-
ly evr p out any more. My
iowb/ i s in public fe and I
oew I ioM top tad aod et
peei e n than I do."
Te decter's atwtude mans
mea e that be doeSa't believe
thisrderwiloticktoaherdiet.
er pie of asix pound o a
1\ a day calories ah di-
cfta the =mL. The physician
Pik%* ad feel that


a b i a dmOW d11-v
-a waS k s her to


%I adl I
amsls of tis r. I h l
"t everwem wo h a bt
d wel* toA lde mond *l
coaiment tel me make te
Sere. I* m here wit
ame. Here are cople oa
h1 frobl d ml Whe he"
weO tdo batle h
"I kst poumad have &d
covered that I bie hip boema
I had fIorutnal aaboet th
Ie" Of rji
"It tak a poud tles bie
at our bo a week ad I Whe
a ie au slead of a sim t.
"I have a nreda i ed s"
who is U years yonamer th
I m. I nmedy ut my ov
weighL A himad come to 1*
house the ether day and a&d
what I had dne to my pa
rd halr. Me is nmm Gumi
how tht made fee?"
Womm do ls weisst soI
coefuy, touandi of the.b
TIis neder has two -peael e
tivator. In the first pmCe se
remalim that her overwea t t
dmgig he ejeymat nofle.
Secmd, if he has the spatk I
thik dheihsado wil ahow that
etder how wrg he ws. He
-proi a i challe!a
t I to S. 6 imde I w
eA my on*y Ii
PIUm D for sse thM. HN
I eeM e a have k, md I
a eut (On U eet for
peeage mo huakB) wi
yaM mime ad Ares to JI.
sqevMlams Itcarm e of
he Gatolsstam


ee _way to wave c Ml m wht to ..be-
bai pke bk tsile. 1 m iMdul lai '
writlulhmai dl ths bigBt V ed triN the a-i
tIonaJ aitw Wlashgoie Bflv o wi the fao

.M..AMRM Wspa W W . b ob


p nibtbu d a k .,l (a linh a ,s ,lams h ep
abOUlL ON RAYON Celr m every oSu your.
if rdeL.) I. V ed*.
the itained m f iw wood (me w- W*ial I
Aw to r eO m O. USE T" Ik dben wdr how to
TATd OR CUAMESE FAB "His HfeISam" At lat
mrS. Dinated ai l is a I ham lm te mwer.


Witatoy a a Nstitue for
wed skaobhol but opropyl al.
aeol t receameadi. mThu
blow IM bMnum i sek.
nd lmurio ives tohe
NONJWAHABL FABRICS:
H "w them 7y denied by a
PeoS l dcanr. Cam
Sipot l ain complt
ly iamI m agai. t ba po
hk ktaiM


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asto lsSim ulnd te
a eh mmd b IL Oi1
a 6 1 um ", o
sea Is 1P ar W
co.et se ofi I ch M
e tLa elkg egeme mad
ft. Whe I l h, Im a
a we d wl ytied gebi
theme be p -ad. hba
Cthuo is upa kw. as
rk MMs a tovlyl
Tap wt a aM mg.
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o6a by m I pielm I
a whil iwts ls
tg 3oolmhl O
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I eterr- 7


gBridge CkW Notes


m L. L M t i
MiL Gi M gu6 th l
N Mtof a M M

it a -oU |a at MiSens
PIc o KOm a( l m *
n in flay md oi* for
d pain wis M
LSue.. IBond

Suttom Bon


Mission Party,
Program Given
Nor Ccer aw at me
ob=ed Bud care ai4
thir parts enjoyed a "LW
Ye' Neighbre" party bhed s-
elmy at Ue cdh. rA

children had iaie wem
am. Pea Tod d Am d
fay Cwlky Ord membt n
-wd rerumiua
mB B ud -iiu
cmtw or pniatium of the
diurch f lrmVt iswaOh "h
apde;f 8 p is eItId by t
wtomati l um y Esetily.
Dr. Gorge Taylor, putter
aimd m of aa m ioury, feo
te tapertane fo chmre u b
hav mretim to mta* ma.
doms ad orgaued the S.
be Band ina 1r The pr.
motON o the bad's atimvitle
ha qrad throuhout the
wrd where Soutben Baptt

The party included sog by
the various age group of the

Punch Tips
Hady to remember bwhem
yo ae maki punch: there
are two tablepooMs in a fid
mnce; moe cup equivals t to
t thuid oucesM .


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mt L bam ltlKl. Sad
Lf L LUm W& -al L C. ft O wa 14 MIt V
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inklftihkbWSe fiUct te aUi ba. Vstat
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LEAP YEAR SPECI I
UTRA VALUI DAYS FOR
THURSDAY Wd FRIDAY ONLY


SWEATERS
BLOUSES .


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rom with the. I pt
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wall S s aey will fil
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UNTED NATIONS, NYCot, Mor.ocN asd Noasy. osm am; ed a
(AP)-U.N. diploata lrnedto Aibusmdor Carluo Are Yorkhirt gil to oha s
The Smeny Council on more B-usdei of anf. rai d r Fnt llaMeOfYemiansme,LC. b
WtldatoitntaotomWothftof I clU met ipr U idht the hla, aeI
elwer -Cyp. Bt th ial eda with lrop nal t w e a.
is dmt hope that pment a-s of Cyprms, a am of kis uw ity u ty n
Wsn aproect on a formula Greek and Britaini m tiel hrop by way t abut r
frmauluai ported back to the ulixnau er of SmOmpend o Nerth
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aFlorida V mTow." mt"Ma Youthful Dad


18. Um..Aqra .md c o Uar a nnveiB < *r -a


Nota tohto commrw oima
O n Tawx Cut enws d Meihuwmeu ,' a** i**
: WASHINGTON mAP) h Gr md C rt h. eb be a d
wme, lori nga mesmUo C.ae, A'bp M hal. 1 Ifr
p Ja u Haley wp oep eb.gin stpE
obrt am, both Dmocrats. he lmath ulry a
tenek that mil theL
log Ducnrats: rlsts and thitreatyrigid d

p S alogn. G Qr^ Tey^ w j
Cnrm ad Gurney. Florida ei duS pthm. of Cy. (FRIDAY
Rpitmu ainm voted for lte pu betweo the two oa
bA la w I I


Viet Nam Asks French
To Extradite Madame Nhu
PRIS (AP) -The ma- mid they doubted e cold be
mdt d Sth Vset Nm hu eMrae m Fran mid
ad e Fck government t the aern ait her
to etrdi. ft Npo D ia we prbiy d to pepm
ft, offi hb mar & mid wtheway fer efilafm o fy
today. prety hehu I Vft NL
nhe request -m made Mr&NI. fIdfl ofthe
WaSt ad is mr stu, tate Primt Np Dih Diem
s nm omm l. br hlbuit b rance sn
- The ue tmid b id d *It yr a h* NAO. -r in
bro fte baf rth eetr.dI.^kh D ad M llsbhet

A ** fo r U to r twi.** sA J w
tIdm. "In t e r WALKER
6...rd s ot .o fw TT m an
&it bmodhr blr w ut B"m .MMnui M
olm- fr the Via nm| a fm.. MA. im
a d te st. urny.


YA LEAP.
WEAR SALE


,pp 'Cena'WTS
dftft. f.Sdi-I** I- A.uW tego*"ca
~~~r bia ftU wI~ aqtpm
IW m ONla 6 tOP3COM CAP) NA I
"its a Oda ~a uo- baskm 39behme
he leSSa lUpig mit
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The luDpeCin.4M TiiAlWwIN HimI


EDWIN


ANDREWS


CITY


DAYS-FRIDAY &r SATURDAY

MEN! LOOK FOR THESE
SAVINGS AT WILSON'S,
(LOOK OUT FOR UNMARRIED


FEMALES
THIS IS


EVERYWHERE!
THEIR YEAR!)


CONMISSON10ER


* ... merM y olck th veos amd muppe of ll who wont
INDIENDINT cIIy p umen t... NOT mImty or special
* *in~ Jl^l&bK


HdpDr.Andows
VOLUNTEER WORKERS
ARE NEEDED NOW!


You who want a tr, prved INDEPENNNT in this viWM office,
m- do yIoumelnen sd yw a emmiaaby a rvic by offe* i L A
few hours of your time to this ond. We need you NOW. Phone
Of VWt...

VOLUNTEERS FOR
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lsw un nnnn VW I
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SALE
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. 28th & 29th
& SATURDAY)


TODDLER'S, LITTLE
A, GIRLS'


U


AND


GIRLS'
NEW


SPRING
DRESSES


SHEERS
DAOv^Mwvw


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FAMOUS MAKE
GIRLS'
Nylon/Cotton
SLIPS


WITH GROW
FEATURES!
ADJUSTAM


TRIMMING, WHITE
ONLY!
COMPARABLE TO
SUPS AT 200


2 DAYS
ONLY


SALE 1.59 or 2 for 3.00


bYS' SIZE 8 m20

BOYS' SIZE 8.20


CREW NECK
POLOS


afk l.IS.


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CRAIG NOBLE
PAJAMAS
SIZES A,B,C & D
RG 2.99


SALE 2/5.0














OUR OWN
75% ORLO
CREW
ONE SIZ
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Men's S


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KNIT
POLOS


* IN 8 COLORS!
S S-M-L & XL
REG. 2.99
LEAP-YEAR
DAYS
SALE 2/5.00
"CRAIG NOBLE"


N/25%


NYLON


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E FITS 10 TO 13


2 DAYS ONLY
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AFERS


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FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY,
FEB. 28th & 29th ONLY
9S TODDLER & LITTLE GIRLS
TERRY ROBES
ORIG 2.99-4.99,
SALE 1.99


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Gators


Was as was -as a am. ant pa r-
o O'w -hho -lb go a a hr a -"W ga k
4r fm. who ma be Mf dM b* p t
1l* u fa mrn houm af bls tm. In elh awG,
aqartlh cv a-s-l-trSmh i to ima hel sd ma.e
BmE"t M oI M panil. M's BtM to be a ba.
e irt dqr b Jam a I b. t a.
. hI d tde fmr prtidp timIs, Oa Nb. Itab aI
i. a ilgt int r mer amas h SEC's ba t Mt
& l A*4d with Ms tabot pumrtac, Steve Bird,
bollei to bkm a "dkfhorm" tadted.
Bmbaw$ Big Name<
I talil d thMMAei" Gauinnfs Sp, that id, wili
htkasS oin ftl.
.1o "-MMlns" dtind baine m hnir be glory
db lto Gnan ad Hwrri FleMi, e an oaporadity to
k ep rm Sthr frite Wort in a dCael man,.

fir M a* Imtl Ma a Miauft N, at a p.I. L to b
*us... heb m.. wasI .i..A ue
AmBog t tam O nbod for dal oes wi be l6
-Sod'* bankuScfey, M&S&Iy M DgvbK viae
p d Wd L t Il Ctd uLlwa ( wtm n Im ft n&
his yar), Ha y "k Hat" War., amwr am
l0 bIaSld imi aiIm' SmnmeW fir I
M dNo ai ,d au try to uI SIt MMuld, Imah Crdo
m o nM pooviMl Ml k not tlo dn by
tN uMedam us lted States fineMi pfp.. sectorr.
i hrbe a te t are 4 and may be ruwrved by wri.
ar cwi t Jakrie CdIber Comermme Sm
Wews Pur.


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Gator Freshman


Basebalers Set


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Mareh4 Deb Jo Prhi
Jam; fcrm 4. K.T.I in
mu J-w March


l Muith U FU;
Mamb 3, Atlanta Dy.
he MI) feite Mrith u. at

p; Api 3 4 i rO ; Ap
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Ale a a Apil1 is d
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gah ll a


ITS TOURNAMENT TIME


Ite in Fr be u b an ri thOo i Mpirie roe-
ee serious th wed; pr, prW for tlmorrow alt'stiurn-
at opener at la Weir. The Res mdeet North Marina in
a iQm B, Group I afair. At top left, Coach Gra Batch
works two yngmptenrs In a rebou ilg drl. Sophomore George
Ted (31) bats frem Andy Strickloand for bel At top
right, biy *64 center Lay PauleN practices potent book
abot Hatch hdabs with QWt Buck (3) and Ba d Direm


(13) at bottom left. The Santa Fe coach eamines a import-
ant right hs at bottla rigid. It beoopg to standout forward
Richard demons. The 11 enomr, who is the team's leading
scorer, broke s shooting had several weeks ago to force him
out of aCU M IHe' eriw g a bst castait ad wi be redy
for the ta Smdt If he ges trough lhe week's practe al
right," sups Hatch. The Bebel have s up a qutkl 194
reemi ha hi asbdol bbry.


Tne G atir spphyd rabm y e
weo la uming Tech's title FK h. 27. IM4- -
contenders off the court ina the
lt haelf. But Coach Norman
Sloa saidM pacces se10 Mo action apst the UF.
day havsees a rbn to the
ra *offlor mkt utlhathave 81s aspects Geor ito um
aued the Gators a sas a as m defee against the Ga.
ag. tors. Tie Bulldogs got away with
T1e BuIldop wi present a it last month in nudging the
e fluid fen against the rampe ad Blue o Rado'i bas
UT this time. Georgia huas ,
d with ai Bab and ket with just five caod lmt.
MaCre ushb in thefrat line Georgia h unnemd ac po.
with fBe h center JerryWal ars as Tennessee, Auburn.
jlr while Jimmy Pitts and Lee Tech and Vanderbilt in recent
Mart inhave sho the way at SEC triumph. The Bulldogs are
d. M in their new basketball ome
hrpaiger BEly Rade sde and are determined not to mar
bed several weeks ago by mi. Its first year's use by lo into
grine bamele*, may not see the Gactrs.
TmWuY SE IVEMiOty pll SMasmusLL. STAtITICIN
OMN N*rf* IR- ta| pdNmwt pta y -00 om.S* '.!
1 ....... ... .. 1 140M : N1 01111 Pd* *'MAA W
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AMtw S* .: ................. : U I .i4 14 MI a m4 il.
PO ainlt .................... 11 14 1 M .0 I IS 1 9l
Em Pw ...................... 17- 3-n 1u a Isa26
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LAI SWIMI .................... 11 1" m4 4 m I I 11f .9
UNIVsu. OF Fi ............ 211304 .M OAW 100 111 w 90
aoP .......... .....a un.. s1411 um SIM ma I s 7t1


For of the area's 17 schools
o t roup tourney nlay to
night ithre different es.
Cedar Key and Newberry will
n.in h Cla C, Group I at
Cad Key Tq htks taoe a
I merd Weito pme and
are famed to had thePathl-
ersn a h straight setback in
a wils season to date.
WIlMa plays LakWe W ast
Ile Wdr. a min igrOMiu
haCm]ss Gropleamitr.
te wtef fti a foM b
P. x Yawgm toerw %aI


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!chrpr ed id n e away
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fin of his bre at W srtk a .
of the world al d ports writers, wit
On Tuesday at the pomuon ase to o musetA g scee,
weighia prior to h lbaSl wre aesteatk. They got int
c&=*oftsp bo WW Ust a& aod whispered
, a p ule eIl, t sla Ths man wi
ay madaaars B S1 t, tey said. Be houldat
CumavN Hd w"B 11 b wd ba theft r.
mini in ar- sdtolb MWmi Beea Boft
ShI o le.. fied .t iMl
waaO h.o nsa d 10 coiiw docahr report.
bla ca red hum ia,*m boy is
rnea di. Ci, si lpdetM s Hemo

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playful boan.
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a -emnflnal fray.
'del v Salse
Bell take on Salem in Class
C, Group I at Branford. The
Coest is rated toup.
The group tourney p mtu
folds completely tomorrow
-igL
GaiIesiile hosts Ocala in
AA4 actio at the GHS ga,
Starb plays Une Oak in A-4 at
Us Oak, Le Bumer meets
Japer im B4at Madiso, Santsa
Fe lasgei wit North Marion
he at L a Wair, Keysafte
agents Pgo agPaist Yule as
C4 at YU eChalnad plays
hems n C4 at Cedar Key
wil the Newberry Cedar Key
vi tor fag hen,W alse;
ad Hawthorne take oo M-
ris in ClO at Hawthorne.
me of the ourneys have
only thWee eamm evolved
Ca for aple, pays
dhorira High MoAticdIo
er lia ry in a the 4 B.
Mb Nat U eee. ASnd e D .
Im will met the Hawthrwsn *
Make victoria l the aC-1 ab
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in FAim'sa Warrior are
e top b the Wesitrn Division
wh m a er ago they wound
up In fout place with a 31-4
reordt
te startiL ln-up has the
sam nams asu year ago.
the difference. .they're i.m
4ag Wilt Chamberlain some
eorin help and the dub has
sme depth.
Alex Hannum, who took over
as coach this mesm, puts it this
Way:
"What we've got now mainly
Is the confidence. They don't
panic. Early in the season they
would pani.. .worry about get-
thig the ball to Wilt. And the
record lat year was not an Id-
cation of the caliber of this
team."
Tonight the Warriors open a
critical test with five games in
five nights, four of them on the
road. Starting at StL li.s, the
club travels to Boston, New
York and Detroit before rehisn.


Top Golfers

Seek $50,000
NEW ORLEANS (AP) The
finest oliers in the history of
the Greater New Orleas Open.
lured by the tourney's richest
pure, start play today for a
share of the 560,00.
The 150I pros, who compete
with 10 amateurs, include nine
of the top 1i money winers
from the 1963 cir t.
The weatherman expected oc-
casional rain and a brisk, low
.degree reading for the teo.f
over the tricky 7,M.yard, par
72 Lakewood Country Club golf
course.
Golfs Big Three Arnold
Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and
Gary Player-were on hand, but
o waa Bo Wninger, who went
almot unoticed last year. He
paid a attention to the reputa-
tions of the gallery favorites
and went on to win the title for 119
the second straight year.


aro. A cen
mooe ft 7.1 dmberlals. ITM
Mchery pmiee power at ot
other fwar
h the back court are vetero
Guy Rodges, Gy PWipi who
gained needed o pw r ee in
n"m and A Atdes, the ipego
No. 3 maIn.
RooPAi Nate mTlrBmmod ad
Gary HM fi key erve roles.


MONDAY
M r. ad 5-7 pPm.
SENATOR SCOTT

KELLY
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MEET YOUR DODGE DEPENDAM.ES


HARRY T. POOLE "' LL GA
A be inMi aelt pmrellt-a eeS. a mle endeat da
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Come In and Mdithe Depndoble

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Galea Sportn Carubd the a t"h Ia am u DIo ll
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jel sd er, se Ta*rUJ

Gatbr Doa i had us. 11 546 .it s.
Ktrai ganes 4 the league, O, al 4t ,a
h .r CGame tsao P en,, M Tea., -
l1 te other game at PKY, em b -n"m:
Duh Lumber drubbed Cairaml IS


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b Wh t tS oberima pd FrW
Cdatck a ad 21 for mdwa
Ad M Nd o poureD in i
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We'll r mve front
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odd fid md odtest.


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EVERY ONE INSPECTED BY OUR TIRE EXPERTS -
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EXPERT SERVICE SPECIALS

FRONT END .

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We'll olign front end,
correct comber, caster
and toe-in, check shocks, -
exhaust system ond
g-se seals.

Change Oven -
New Discontinued
Factory Blemish


UP TO
30% DISCOUNT


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Hft Ad ^^r*v I
ZOWANAP mw~sanl


Hunng I F mgW


1Hunting, Fishing Rules


- Will Be


, TA JOAAsUs Hamo
ando zi&srodnwid u ow i
f for thlm *ews io tDhe
disacumed at pUi meei
. to beibMioutFiormdaby
the Gm ad Fmbh Water
Fishl CamWmi drig the
month of Mch and AprI
SAcesg t A. D. Aldrich.
"' Caounlta dro, thme
nual Mtlomp irefpet a of-
fort te prt of the Cot
l ia ton pridie thea ort
mea df hr an opport*ilt
to eM aa Ofini ad to
haveapt toinSabllfthg both
'"lBatgdl wnuh~i|bdfls


Discussed Soon

He public ~ithap aI. &optl U11 fMt mrio
i.dethe on a....s n 'tbe ti .a.t.i.ga e oareit
tkl art Opnoes Ine fred n datewir miS a b tr
bMi I-etarish 7- -"ibg w A ad co
halMlf nr aad nplwith ner vacato. and it
th wil be aihld at aliA hoped ttht tPi wilW
Seeing od CMieN e ocubt a larger aOimm at
Tallabome ta late Ar. wie fllmidta abi4 datae
af a phi&o moeep bavspreiamEad NO tIi
beell to iiN IL the Cam*bS may
*te brly pa rel.ttiro he avaable cmTw rgu!..
p*ta meetp aM.th 6 N WhE the "sei petm
In.al rols algd rqptom Pie aetio taib w- l
Sal mg W Eu pwiaf m eal tb shalf hr oiff&
i hi to Mprs ad Ai l JaWsei1r, Marsh6;l alf.l
1. sm ipua b Ta 0N mka 9; Geaio Nat
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Probable Winner


Pntuhi Febu.ary wSer s te .uk .T% e
-tShag ta. a-T. A. Wac. pnd has the
n11gmli-eq lhider. Was seeealed tlm
Sas musn h Ihmam Lake 9wth a asswabi a


I Georgia '5' I
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Mfeat. JU


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NW(AEM IJ-PS tO
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bw oft bb on06"

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wdi abidthI puts a
epp'fly 10 $fmrim i vnim
ad tb ha a pot bte I
bSbm d1ho mld S

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Hw l pIsi*k be co
Sowmen0er 4b a-&

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Ahddct om mwmAd o-





Cti Morek 1im oHtL


Area


adsbw ill isft
bw at qb W, e'


mulow41
oes is ni ? o-.


o d water. Ca napou





l-d Mli fMd n them
i- Sdie air ( to -


mir oleu'aWer the hi
K bais wit a Sow



an, other nice baa takes to
Mmm'S -e below to Tacit


ORANGE LAUS
Pim- tre's Fm g -
-Spekt d bss fishing fafr.
Specs arme nobeddHi W
a fewm wmm b ham should
befa N Water level tb
SANTA FE LAK
abom's M Ca"p -
Speck fhin good to mxcl-
ht b Ming fatr. Jut
bd dark, between and 7
p, pecs are biting be
Good catesm continued
thi yarMa. Minow
ad ji hem bM taking
qpoeb e an bedt i
T. AUGU MBNE
WItMr's bt Gab Mro
va -A d b ad sicked
Sa* dew. Wh Itan
aeuml ebe to a bt the
w-


Mass. Iab .6 Tea
Ai-- (t a) SekI ahb
klg ood; bass fubll od.
Dow ar belg taken m
river wit shienr and bul-
heads i tl hem wver the
ad rM beds largest fish
coming d di g the past
PUWANMNEB U (umAn)
iee's Cables ad Cal
- iwto sow with vey
few alume. eotg. Net
Wfiflhas b sheldn.o
catcddes. Amher tarp was
lhtwd et pit weL


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A M AN A A A AM AA AM
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INp Sdf e*a


of Events


TheB-- Wft-Oda how at
9am; nime, itS at
1:3 pj ArmIn rie. a
Siab wmeI pIdi. li
pow isinite.
$wily'. March I *a#g
July s J. Laws inf
Ctlal~tstAdi-ifldM4ll
tadar, M"d I Atm*
An I i- N nay'sin
Cmp FbigaClu s. IAt
Slrt. Mh" I SiNOS

Iasb as


SCROSS. EK CAMP

a won ,O-R%*
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Mp'Jasa 01a000 SPOR.TS
imr (b prmie) bdie pin
m. u *llr tS
l-rgest (MOinB p. a.)
der 0 ui PJ-.). Omw
NoM MW bTel*o pte w e
MAd ariL faor
dqre ODOOR SPORTS


lk hwwbt edm- iond
mdidn ki'elfor the
WO ft specnd- perch
ad bw Twenty. tt week-
lyprim (yor cbdoe f two
tp ro) wlbe s h for the
W-A *Ik AND the brg-
Tw o pain eo d eich
b 6fl* l e iibheghin
forIdoklU5SSopecuad the
t eom amL here a
haetw ft -place Iamp
m Fprimp of$1 tio lg
taO to eah avwh ad
two secead-place run-
"e pra d$of3 in fish-
itongak h each division.
The v repiremet (other
ltehatWNg the fish legally)
i tht ow must be fishing
out of MeGlmy's Fish Camp


WrLPLiMe
TRACKS


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a in o tNt W ith a
wM bliersda t -m ara


Siram Bad'sA ( .m om
day), ad U 1-'WI (4.
Has. Wal, e pe o(No .
e), Toeso. Alb theem
Waere pit ft omema a's
zaro Dsattsing bob far




Io I fao m Im
S3m sGarn Yp p(Dl-
ne).. -w po mm -
bain ditdterrible w(o.
-u We bdetas the baes
1": pued omir tirday)n
aid. ea1st1 MiC (atn r).
am in ame aewts is o




OtrtWedthe rVft wD
Faet.we adollchallu -bi
itn site rible wtAkhlWer
"'Ewe's w-e toare tarin

toeuas are sh w bedsv.as
waoese Marn d :. tu ae
e bGHOwaBs t Chep C-or
erthel's goas reas Wa
his (U IctnowatUd he
stand chance of literally
striking it rich by taking a
prie wing f&. (The
sme fih oud win several
contests which are In pro-
pea Two msoe %an-
tsft ane did tl be* thi
Smoy (March 1): J. M.
mWs Fling Ctsd and
I scG n'i c amp CopC
teat Fid's mate' runs


wh A t* A fb caIt.
On Marnh i, tU d.
aS Blac C B = *
beig; ft mr= -h
L. 'n% bql nd by
Wit, Havme Camb


Commerce. The isit Is tre-
al m of the state. In fact, in
last year's contest, there were
mris from Hawaii and Als-
the. Prims For taner ag
bess ar a GRAND PRIZE of
a Lone Star bot, Johzo out-
hoard mats, and Murray
IIo tr al; a RUNNER. UP
PRIZE of a plaque and a pair
of deluxe Cypress Gardens
water skis; and THREE RE-
GIbNAL PRIZES (Cypress
Garden water skis) for the
largest bass caught South of
the Mason-Dizon line outside
of Florida, north of the line,
and west of the Mississippi
River. Abo there ae two
weekly prizes (Pflueger spin-
ning reels) for the largest
bas and the bas weighing
namt a secret weight. A new
weight will be selected each
week. The weighing station
operator alao gets a prize on
the fish nearest the secret
weight lls prize is two doz-
en Jim agley baits.
This year's contest will be
the third. Past winners, bass
weights, and lakes are for
Il-Fred G. Girtm=a (Tam.


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Fishing

L pa), ItLake Neff ad for
S. Op. LE. .Tietjem (flora
- Cty, IH Uke Thal" Ap
S ka. What do you say he
h Au. men? Let's bring the -grd
the pfie to this area!


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Pbo Mp* i a= ART be-
-me an t Ib i appleation
dqepd ate Aki, spdal ex.
pleiee and knowledge the
penal uSa it We what
about u a r? What can
he d to t a pihot?
(1) Know your a --
derMuad how it work.
(2) Practie with yar
era.
(3) POgrap fiNh -9
a lightolodrad backgioun
(4) Usn pop to indicate
whee was take, for
mple tackle, bot ot



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Fish Photography Hints


St Hwion Wiggles
l- ^-i.v $1.7

Joha Diii of the Winter
Have OAmber of Commerce
is the director of the contest.
Presently, he Is trying to get
official wdh station. Any
camp operar or fishing tack.
le store wain to be a weigh
station shook write Dioh for
Informant.
In addion to the contests
mentoud abov the biggest
isyet Ioeme; that, the
Schit U, tagged fish
contest April is the PROB-
ABLE starting date for this
region. Details of the contest
will be given in this column
as they become available.
Good fishing and REMEM.
BER, take a boy fishing!
"As no man Is born an art-
ist, so no man is bor an
angler." (COMPLAT AN-
GLER haak Walke.)
AP160E *Fe.. t-h.
er Fraser and Jim Rigdon's
twin sons for the mixup in
Sunday's Newnan's Lake
Specks photos. That was Flet-
cher Fraser in the lower left
photo holding ame specks
and not Jim Rigdon' son.
And congratulations Fletch.
er on a nice catch of specks.



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aLt ma
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lof t[y chmy km
las li in a P,
ehesm alenw aihe

samva of asref.
The preiect iovolfd is be
raa crates.
iaes Crate, be. a of Be
WEi amifctme tS tai t tU
rte of 4, a day.
Uqkid Carbonic Division
General Dyamuics il iel

io worth a year.
Rqep statlvss of the ti
eopli Snud intoanm
d i uld" ad emmot Ri
Mli held eterday an
today in Brom iod Gall
Burn Brice, preed"eot
Bri l Cratblao that i
aie ad in woumi remdt i
Seppelp operation at hi
Bross.DOWst ad the aditim
of at lt 75 more employee
He al this would ore tha

aljnay.
Thi doma not irdule a
d come for logge who
ply wood to Brice C ats
a lnstract bas Brie suK
Brie Crates begr seauek
twro at beverage crates earl
this year after purchasing te
Dura Lock Cae Co. of Jac
movile aad movie that em
pay's machinery and part d
its pern, l to Braoum.
he bpewrae crates we
added to a He of veagtaU
and citm fieM crate a
ready maufacturd by th
firm.
Timhe beverage crate operatic
was fmanced, in part, bya
$MW lam obftalaed fro
the Smial Budess Adminiran
Utio b thrh e toen. Deve
opie Corp. The loan was us
ed for caordoof two iad
dirndal hi at the Brti
pl-t to boudm the hveral
crate opeatio.
7% Liid Carbooi Dlvi,
ion of Genal Dyamics is do
largest U. S. maiLactnt e
carbon doxide, used i bt
soft drin, adbad the o
Ntch p- in lida, locates
in Jaikaovlh.
*he p-ar eomp;y, Ge
al Dynamics, a le of year
ago was the mcod lrigest de
feae contract in the Unite
Stats.
He Uqid Carbote con-
at that me to i lnaieA ht
work aet the apgrmeS wit
Brice waa beaded up by I
N. Baltclor, natdla sale
mai er, o Chicae; ad 0
6 More Jurors

Turned Down
DALLAS (AP)-The eort
complain a jury tr Jack a
by'i m nrar il bed dow
apl today whf n the firt i
po-ea Jurm wa dloqu
Stotal number of jury
Adis cMad Math in l the
fra hour of the morntg aM
alh m- an d warns ha
bee chosun a jy, avi.
four to be found
Coartroe pari~ipad iD be
be the Ju ry wllt be cO p
dl by rlldy. TiarAM au
Srit -nm d N .
Mantle Sign

For $1OOO
FT. LAUDAmmmmmI,
(AP- ey MNi a u ide
hIn 111111 l centIt wil
the New Yak Yanikesa ta
far a rwe Rd K at
M Ualay he mdis IN
The mesimat wan ow
Ms pm mIren.
71 -vmaM aSahr I
be naiad w aa paid
dolow m Nohi ma iS


Widower Files
Damage Suit
b ibmb d of a Gatl
m ksd iat OCter i a
tree sadda te Ra&ea
sa ada a sa-p6
i b *Ivat be


I. *sa se deda. t nhd i as -
l D" a loglo .d win |UqtnM.. h0d14 i
o, of Ab tlsig,," $i0-
iOm h Aool- .O '* i ib41001
Ss n afr Sai bt Sa
t -Wagen t aa sbaIhI
a -o 1 A. N. b I r I, p3m% b whs bbSht hSme l.*3 -* Ib
at oroer h-w Im k as *nm -09P b bas3t s 1*
iI home rl by upBll ow. hew atidr cuN-l tPaw Lut- 41%
M cmbisle 0 wrY lCW er k e m W*' a kiS "we us "dAlsh-
my. deua, Mitt r ue aimhte m6ablet a sI l am ....
rneholdr Ind, "We fel dOkf" ,o i aibi hmt o A pet P6 Am I a 1A SI
d ot ado lie ofbaeio b a uto o w a ie b i e, MrM nisre1tfr1 jis ,,,A 7
the fit iebel ewlr114111M at6l ge Holdy k in % ltrtesfr cks of A. Aich Ul& La n

IIa hpwL* JSA h l Gomaf odiih> S
No MUM11"I M ILo.
Links Baker To shrhL sF8 A. 44
InSenate ft"Mm 3

Niemada Gamblers Rhis Fight u i"
ad WASHBIGTW (AP) The uB ILJ. L .- 11%
i WAaIH GIGT (AP)- JihM" frt dlatsSihinieSm.CuALo ... ... .
Gfte, avice psMet 1 1eo bought S St JUI ate the nei" rifto ete Ch Oe017 4.%
f P Ain"i iha ia s bee mccan l" ii 9 a teia i y al teU on o GI- %
eSe" minalmptus oay ital "flrt btain "the ftlI for Sauthemforc seOf10= to CUb -- 0%
n BIbIy Bher aN up IlN- 4sag18M at the hoN'R s cW 6rah the ietioL C4U I-...... 27%
Si slaslemawrwh Nev Rl-. Arwmorehmive-hounrsCome=ilMA.--. 14%
s as lterdted ntile cn-. mt 1addtion to l in An? debab teW So Mok cl MW. -M-
o. eeliIs la fte CurbteM. J W6eay aolt Mw to pit CoelUl----. 6%
a Hi tetMliM Dt B er. uiM! th W dItsml S Nt. -_.. 7%
I D aI N t.1 ilsa. i SStSMaItIstheJu ery CuI O LU - %
i uadIaeaet urhheo i sNis PCamlbs TAbyqa DUMAirI-- 4
Boiernd ailem marotfeth s fee O temeI. ID Stl 1%
W. FrAt utmin I La Vg. JMai sle DeaMotaoe arer bam 1 1.01 %
ip ad CI Joaei, a eaor' heuM the iia ubsioirlkeMoNliMphie mni *CaJt. %
i hoolist mro o Nievada, misistell!awaM amins it.who hi t ll PsIFM i - 51%
were frlel id iut of h eeUhg thr resort krtlhb in tat vote by yftagl to l ia Fit Cfart f. -. 41%
*. Gat pparmid without b. te Cthesa where S MInot. nIsIuos eaMNsHt daohkaZECt- - 19%
y poeM Ware the Sate Ralu thid At fr compett inr t Judiciary MhN U4, Food rak Jl...... 19%
*e Cmooale, which is 1ntipgt- s i cemty to have nat Wndn iy. FMC Coup 1 14%
k. hg whither Baker apled i gabl cu. Tw Ie ill odby SlL J& GmiTeis A.. %
. oubhe iumu that eoelletd Gdes' timony called tob Javit, R N.Y., ad Ga PN L - %
f with his icial dtiea. Baer th ds of dra pu-ad MadflU aMWml teuty Gollty 0. J 8%
resigedhisk1,learS haampiswhichBakdrmpdehis he probably wou, et adrw Grace Co Ufb .M
e ate plet let Octt 7. s ytay, Nuy CCae TysrI the NrqtL H l Crt A.. 1
* The tebtimny, and c 2r a ia lorime Te.aneee btsely He mpIalaed he -period IBM s5. Wi
Spoodencei peced vin dae, pMhkbved their ihbAndn trgNh Murch 4 would be illed lJt NM C 1 1 7%
he brought out that levoiesso moot poete agalent dM myway by debate t whs et T L U
dropped out the biding to sterui tot a&d nised cotn l which wA l be take ThJoa J .-. .
* operate a pushib cino ia to wr qudwital up bNfore d dl rightslegi.lakae CpU...... %
a hotel i Conracs when P Aiea call for ttWoMiy k eaioL H l that be bdbe. ULhto lI 1-- 7%
SAmerican advised him the pr day s Edward TarreT, vice ome cavinced a abort series Ls S Caa i %
Stilptdon of s brother, Lf I, p IddM of the Frent Hotel o rao if b*rforn Judiciry Mr Ih FM Lu %f
l would be "enteoly uaccepta. in LIS Vegas. Coates weoM he hewpl Marti M 1. H 19%
t(illi m "---
SMace Charge Morse Proposal Auacks "." S
' ArnueOutOf ur vM _.A a%
Bad Cheek Cae FEC duPont Ow ership N hLi-.- .
A eIusMa mte has Iged WVAUllNGTN (AP) S. &l t o bad tf IM L No d p S Lo4T i %
P aMilrct Court becaa he WayeMese,DDre, a crtic o' NM f a Bl' abir, M N. Nat GM 1J_ 56
Mys he wus natHdou psor Fird last CoWet Rd-y Ji Ba Afl i sPAIt, oai M 1iJ 47%
chekI .It. ,,ro.ici*la d t ot 8H ell S hI I WOWn11A .PeGAR 1(S 31%

2i a f $Ianf brGeorp J.epiredha"Mofitsrated PN UKt A 1... 71
toiu Jmerr,r konee AirlineW Uula F Pork Da 11.0 31
14Meet-R.m, a 8. Main St. Mox" t M teSenate ho WOW* Poweltl 2 _.__ a
whl be aInd h BaOSb09t1ti of &yB Mgtheabiw T"6 KYO (AP) -A Jepmen Prkf El a4%
M-oth a L4 w orth IieuWeby owngtheqitao aidfrlcrahtoddtayIt 9kPWJr.- -11 S1%
I dchi bI bush1 s lM(stAug- em|p ha teheB" &H- mothers JWad OkailePhl 4pDG SA .- 6%
E. VL hi4 COW; Act. heidaisrtosNs fW 3 2 ... -. 10%a
I Foem ltao thee e Mu iter had SkeMil wereMi k sa haphal o S I G 3U..... 71%
u. "mgmtbUmlbrfl1me K lr saidu ms PIersbm I .NU_. 4 %

Drut- ef "nt a Me r ain saf am mmbe lEB -a ir -J%3f
A ive wa." pvpDT N* Co-air Me sa u
He citib&u thtb e e d htdack by tme ,nhoalaairtomtAd ozAtwditAW*tGNM--* %
o charged wtaedte a worth. saeitoaluctn i tho t. bau1 aek il b. A AEtorp 3%
i- 1s dc, ba t tsat the cat AilN drte by ate 1plawtd & rimdr d is to Aqi nan .. f%
n wasdiniodlit in<2, r.f ig n.i..ino the FBC. M .e rmq, ..b Mi e i Avs Phi s -. a1
i Record ledt Nvember aI MV N#M bduPoetstaite pard rt his IMm Sm1BrNgi38M 11.% *
Bond a, rid boob wd Butler AN 7%
S10081 3a totew mil. He SAMLS TAX %l.r 3-% %
SBondProgram twhwa s -t bu. .CAipito -s 11%
Mg gro b ..u seand I MII!GHM, AIL OP CSuler a%
W GoesTo$Court Nnad *M OW h id!e "" t-a %
Jsrnm^Bpmnlisn .. wu n s (*tedn be'. n Dd p .. 4
wJe r edh-u1 budaIr S m. d .sii stoc ii the s****JLJ I* fi.ami 4%
in wooltIsLm C(W4 Cir.= Ikt StLJoe PaperCOL. seln k1m16 W la itt 7%
e. cumt Col INtdM to detsrean ohor =tg Tw a m his dint i1n10-1- S=I
h *oWly Ibh10diSn01t*wMbLas.*eiaiesfaWTl.7 .2. 1%
d WINWlSoo aims "alastr 3. ahaldl asp *an 41
hering VllfrItt. April a aL"et&t lt bd AieW 1 "* ame S%
- - -A-f t8 -W i % ...X.

Leonilnre WIUIaIS Retires f Th S 5!
or._ I Wl w A k.. ... .. IM=
in NloAshe m iat rpat t a. fl - a.
MOaN Aame d rsit 1t izMwrtl -
slt. IsPii sTnR


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da
bab
WANll

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V^MMnl.-


-LlM amn
ma ah
wanri l
pr s1'e?


Ar DXhi .1-... 41%
am w .i--O. R

haucal dL5... U
aIniEdLIr_.S 9
UOli S.m-.... 1%
IO W3i--. 6i
i Dig A __ 2%
Tom Util O 1
Tea l. _- 41%

YrsW ._ 5%
tli -- --. 5%
a PW .A --- 43%
Uad L1JrLlkh 0 5%
Upjelt 1 S7%
wuaLMb.N8 3
=IM--- -- 7
zsmus I ....t .
a Abe ara or extras
b Amal rate ph. stock dih
dead
s Declared or paid ao far thi
- year
f Pin h dtock in IM6, SIt.
mated CA Vale a avi
dAd or eaAdtribut daie
SPaid Mat year

Late Morning
N.Y. Liting
a ] l% ftD P&L 75%P
Lihas ima u
Alo 71% Frd 14%
AmAir 0% Frnot a %
Amft 0% tu tuH
AmBdPW 3%Pe a
ACMn 41% GaDyn X%
ACyan 60%Gen.El a
AaMot 1%PriUard 45%
AT&T 141% MaPvr 37
AmTab % Mpio lNa 15
Amps Cp 15% MlMM U%
Anaconda im% ohsMco 12%
Armour 47 MoNto a7%
Babcock 4% MontWd 37%
Beth SU '34% NalDa r 71
osin 41% NatDist 14%
aBorde 71% NAmAv s51%
Bmwk 1% Pemney 45%
CaterTr 53% PR 934%
Ceeae 6% PepCoa 4%
wryer 41 PU o 74%
GuiFds k PhmlPt 41%
Geni. 31%RCA 16%
Gduakn 71%Roevlm U
Gesdrch 53%BeyTob 4,%
Goodyt 44% SegP 31%
Groyhbd 54% Seaboard 41%
Gulf 0 Searsn 17%
MlUM 4%SladS, 46%
MUti 71% eca7y 71%
ItPap JSoaiC 54t%
JOMeAL 71% SperryR 13
Ka Al 37%B10DNJ 81%
K 0'cott 8% dak 7%
lUMy 71 Swtt 41
lach'd 37% Teco 74%
CacuCele 118 Thoitl 17%
CaSBE 5% UCarb 111%
Calesii 84 UnItAI 41%
Ceut. 44% Unt 3%]
DowN 40%USStel 5V
duPot % UDnpMat 12%
EaL 9%W9gM 34
Etodab 121%WhDt ISO
Itkdme 41%%@eeFS 71%


Over the Counter


Abm lIaud - ..
Amer nrsi Lie .
Amer Her -
Amer Nat Im -
Amer PiIr Life. -
Anheum Buc


Cowia Mag & PB ..--
Dum & Braust ... ......
Mrs Wet Fl ._
Florida Ga-.
a. Nat' Bank .... -
I T l .... .
Foret Lab *- *-
Foundn fe -
Great Amer ... ....
Grout- -- -


JlaMNite k l.......
Heraff a -w ..
Houe a r -
Ja Hbt "kis *-
ao O fF e I-

Ular Gua
Pacific SW Air
Scdtz Browinf ..
ar. UIe & Tr.
Southern Nitro.e-...
Travelers i .
Jim Walter... .


U


day but p wve pared early
this aftermon. Trading was
Goauy.
Gd,. of fractdo to "It a
p- amo-g key socks fu.n-
ihoma i.-


nMUiAL FUNDS a
IRESINENT CO.


Affiliated Fund .... .im
Capital fe &Gr. 9g
Dhers Growth ..... .5
Divdend Shares ...... 3.u
Dryfu .......... 1.64
Fmeoll Capit ............
Fility Fund 7.... 17.13
Trey d ...... ..... 123
Fid'tal Invest ........ 10.56
Sof Bton ....... 61
Incorporated Inc..... 1.6s
Keytm I ....... .55
Keyloee S4 ......... 1.31
Keyit S-4 ...... ...... 4.57
Lie Investors ......... 19.51
fe lSock Fund ........ 7.69
lMa y J T st ...... 16.02
Mm Inv. Growth .... 1.58
Pioneer Fund ....... 9.65
Puri Fund ........... 9.1
Putam Growth ...... 9.19
TV & Etc ................... 7.N
Vaie Line al ...... 5.x
WelgtO DFund ......- 14A
Pur ase .................... 317,110
Short Sale ................ 4,5

Total Sale ...-... 414,424
Advance ................. W
Unchangid ....... .... 423
Total um ................
New 14 High .. 132
Nw OMaw.... 6


New York Time Maket AvenMge for Feb. 26, 1964
o No YrYt ITm
Hi Low Close NotChg.i
25 uilb ..... 130.71 129.19 13038 up .51
25 Ihditrlsh .. 7IJ32 777.65 785.95 up 7.75
50 Slaoc .... 45951 453.42 451.16 up 4.13



RKET FLASHES


NEW YORK ( -The stock dgarefte stocks wiped out some
arkt celebrated lacutte of l= I trading wore on. The
ie lli.ia tax cut with a oup. continued narrow.
ratof d rs thattheartto. lY nlgher.


The Associated Press average
of I tockb at noon was up .5
at MI.3 with hldustriab up 1.1,
rails up .1 and utilities u.
changed.


Sllierl. The Dow Jones industrial av.
As apected, h bng anti. a at noon was up 14 to
dpated passage of the intax cut M-.
-ovt sa- pro tak aft. Prices on the A erican Stock
er do inidialurry. Epcbange were irregularly high.
er in active trading.
At *heam time, the Dow Conprate bondi wer s ed
Joue. 1inurin ave 11a was with rails lower. Some iM .
going abms the psydloegicala maturity U.S. gvesrAte
hikAor baess start i'reactil to news S the
SMearly traMW A l t aero- raimin Briis bkat
y"e baa, m airm, Me. to 5 Per Cut from 4 per cant.
JddMNI ei I= M od up. qNe bm were cut inlater
Airline aaed miend ad the i elngs.


MONEY'S WORTH


Two Dollar BiL1 Corn


ebhck


By Sylvia Porter .'
W.".4


Tbe bai, anongc Ike MalS plas, pri oats kwuovd be a ent from the $1 bill's George
maliped and rat deomtoa.rduted i s- ot by Uashnttoo as the W's Lucolo
ti of paper oe, is a "M t s a 1* 'i.," is from the S s Hamie o In
tS way back. T IUIS. p '.p *7 N M. MN. Gra4han's opini&, te s
ry is laiude a Mjor oeam shsb," *" h lo Ie ombfiu "oeoourno etautract.
Sto brevvM ad dit$ I'ME Id Inpieces of curecy." in Ca
StBU as poly the ft pim a ae ui hthe bil amon D io
maiti w doas n rse, nM wh t oai o e lli s Nt pw ad widely drc
tai miday. toda a les p fws and aowd ad sof a dies.miauow.
at tebe ya lef staaet. Iis the mi A.lAt.i d oles k Tres
itoeth usan bue rly ans dts hkalofta o he w 's a "airm ear to dr.
b MeMr.a~n~do in a w O a tol ron s a fse a e Mammacsthe wai
or Mm i b rAthsr ow t b draei a i
I" dha dob eb the il ainil i h ia bilue buae to
"uAOn i dnhho w ni p, idoft i n aN V y.In
ltStaim". sat &aysaw bet Waportmy,'s w "Pa the


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mi-.n*o inane -eAn- M|--- iT sladmiy e of Jorg IT, e i INug 4 mMYlo Wpead became d th. mouak bloodtranfusion wd
t.m Z. wnwa work.
dud1 it WuNW for iwmb Ta wtCut Bill Provides I People wi be able to endo
bme g leheh tiadIm P in 61 co of nat h pIIs fi fnt fr 11 i tisb more 6 tobuy what they want
Pi tb al mbIn tei ai Steek di*Med hmem -The domleta I amls PW baogl A na s 611to110 QLI 0 1 Id ered And baie, withi
6Urporae ratsb[th i igIO 4ltMS U vne men mony to invest to supply
m 1e1111. C2 A A 1lgsa h ltr< npteli the demand p will expand plants

muba Ido t yes -ft WNk 1.Aepi ha Rd be 2 ia '- th -" bad"t
Kas whlaSrg ansouin t of iis IN eil a rlt a mail. W I t l local r all cigate mtanOe t b e T Ppo Of the tab cut
avoid th1e No n ,4not Iate Ta morr m 6grwh 4l, Mn aad a variJ of ita* emise inflation rae the wost of e a-
aIny woui ewwln hove toc" foote yawl 46e ) 6" 1 mo TheWN sellate, far Lt.I tnems amr longer deductible. er-thinilt
| y .d o aplu e la, MX I N er a -Am rules are changed on FTor example:
MNil AS6h9u0N prL lto Ir eldest Do S intas e ibf Aw a t a I SN tdBsW ekkutlofdekdivilmandl w. ltbieefg customers
Uer m Ay ouN ha ta 2 mS th ) or 4 Par ant eA which tnxpmy- with -m money to spend,
owe to d e let all costs of ald belo 11. 4 A M kmw and "hIR I the m now 81 alli to b sid raises prim &W labor, either
*A aid drgil, ad Not au t I m I" wi be 14 to 71 par COL dbe*ty from taso1 due Is cut to anxious; or some of the loot or
ams usedio I per Cent of New" a lCm to im I U 1.& 'Cut 8 101 MO 2 Per eft o 10 stoc dvi because it fels workers need
rl haloli a at dela. aram *o1 m1m lLSp l ,.Siw r ueo% w".its from aIe i of lat en more money to keep up










Cmi*d c Sa-loe u ^ne iJ- tBdu ube wh f. fc, SA LE
t dew duble fio D be allowed a a dhi.t 0 1 S and udailu will tohp t *mU rely y. the with prices, begin a ad
SgraS m en stead of the e a up WA G N (AP) Me Sws tax cu 4 1er th i signed. e deductd bere c puing So, in addition to the hope the
p t w' o d be allowed Is te bm axim e omft dd PO rW f" A* 0d 6t pe owbs the bo I, &H d0 i t is dble tt the pin will work, this ta redu.
allprd orgagnisation such as -nan a l l a 6not 1 low, a Par emolrate is 25 6 a pram 11 for a min good ene of the cmatry: That
M ee IMeby* pr vr tepolc. Pt 1 4 SA o per MU modl 4 Pie.W Americans won't Rt greedy
C gains tax will be dhe polis from .a m Sals a3l 4 ;Notn =1 mbies. is a
walv1 a 1prdits from oleb a trtiutable 0 1S dltS hhoume atr? Ta x Amount Ee 16 1 in note and m oto
ole uped a pric of OMb. ta on. .Mt h U.w ll d.f.d.. (ft 82"d (be .i we to 2 4.e ad Is Per a JOHNSON
H Ab *tat & percntapgeo do fuud at monal km= radwh hus(e tW. o 4 iAs mw -e
ru iw e duded qual to ?te in at capital gpbm ratisga* ge m Hd. e d1en te & FARIS um
S ratio to te sawl stockk "does -Pswt rl i rmal, i Cent 5uotlp AWN&s *& ARIS
price. me tighei to fqiheal eap $3 1 5- $i $3U0 4a A T m ndi ln u tae SU
1 Ivimd YU crS t depe i ib e t*bhe pdb; $ N o0 $s iAs. 4 #A clite d M l b 'd uts are anLY__-
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vein mtm c re c eive d a pur. option nob 19 at 6h ill s W, W 4s 6 4 &.an UeIs &a mi dde .5
chas machinery is repeal. price at u tdebobretu .M f M1 S $- (A ( f s o per tim Iim lo M 4m $ $ a
tad art, duon s T top rs cut p
m moving epenses -D option mud be mad lu ba M re'aa $17,0 sm 11,14 for P .AepolmSt A tolh Utated th ff
tiom will bloed red for movingpuued opke u hielt hiU 5 .2,43 $"m 6 M 1,m t%14 1 cou1 1 A0 m oft atdh d tim
allowaces to newly hired em. Affilated corprat A W A, JM N W $A 1, m p, wh to jid.e r, t e NOW IS THE TIME
ioyesnd for reimbured multiple grop of mall corp K51 G M_ AMN S (z) there IS f witholdiag -dar eiL No W SiLs THE TIME
expenses to Od eipoyes. ratis will be allowed al m 1m OROt. I7l ", A Kip ll atb M el uder mh come families. To Start Feedini L wns, Shrubs, tc.
Travel alocation A 192 erembl fo the son f a 4 n b rtew 11 l o W a Yoll find eN yeur Lawn & Gordon Needs He, bil
rule that a perase can deduct aeh meb M $0 st No delleonfpreatg u fi yrLw Gardn Nd Heof I
only te co of the buies ay retail uple e pti This table Shows amber nc6 tago ip to $1S deldtif,
part af acombthed business t agreesto pay dl th aili t wahhpihlfg between new d a taxppeyr my, If It is to h is
pleasomure trip if it lasts more el per cnt tax o i rt a p p5 sm hs. am. $t ol $ $dm0idspe 1dg pa *
than a week is rpealed. $X5,M of incommew onW d4=p6 a a far him" anld sm for ea|h
Revolving credit Revolving Accelerated corporation in KW Wtoi M* e:s rpluetthherpeAt- dNtfrp N 2hly posed to your tax u,m.
accounts will be considered as memt by comp-ies with in. AN so 2i s o may cm6 oak righty at nnrs mare mae oterpi.
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The Wise Customer Has

No Parking Problem


Wise's Drg Star., 23W. Ua-
iversity Ave., ha the cure for
one of the cod her's biggest
headaches.
Located immediately behind


"Christmas is the only time
I've se the parting ot fulln,"
he noted, "othleri there is al-
ways space for car."
But free parking Is at the


the drugstore is a spacious, only service Wise's Drug Store
free parking lot. No more driv- provides.
ing armnd the bock while hb. "We have a free delivery
by or "the little woman' picks service every day from 8:3
up the prescription. No more a.m. until 10 p.m.," he said.
r i up the ireet to put an.- "We also have a da fun-
other nickel the puking me- tain and a complete photogra-
tr and no more paring viola- phy department bea literal-
tionly thousands of drug tems," he
Many more customers added.
come through the back door Wise has 15 full-time and si
from the parking lot than part-timeemployes, four of
though the frot door" stated whomare UF pharmacy stu-
owner Joe Wise. "That parking dents. They all add up to quick
ot ha saved me," he said. courteous service.


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Joe Wise Gieets Many at t.

Customers by Name
Joe Wise is an amiable, soft I Wise worked 4t Bodford's
spoke man who bows many Drug Store ( Hoffman Phar-
of his customers by name a macy) until 193 when he op
who occs*imil treats them to ned his own drg store.
free sodas while they wait for Wise served on e (ityCo-
prescriptions to be filled. misime in 1 '53. and '5.He1
Wise, a natveof Madis, s a member fa the Fir tMet!b-
Georgia, came to Gainesville in odist Churc .and Gainseville '
190 after working as a pharm. Kiwanis Club.
acistin Ft. Myers "I wasdriv. Wise has four sons. Joe Jr
ing through Gainesville one sum- M. runs Wise'a Pharma on -
ny afterno mand the pce 1 S.W. 4th AvetBuddy, ,is a5
looked so pleasant I decided I pharmacy major at IT Bob.
wans going to move here," helt, isafreshman at L M and
said. iLarry, 12, attens:P.KE longe


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Above is the eperimead staff who make happy
patnm eof all eastomers at Wise's lncheonette ud
ada fountain. Front left to right they are: Marie Jaones,
S.dna Lairdm and Marie Waters.


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Home Made Soup is The

Choice of Wise Patrons


EASY


JOE WISE, OWNER AND OPERATOR OF WISE'S
DRUG STORE FOR 26 YEARS.

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Wise Druggist Must

Know Names of Products
How does a pharmacist de. Wise estimates there are m,
cipher doctor's prcripti? items in his drug tre, many
"Know your projects says of which have technical m.
pharmacist Joe Wise. "If you "Whenever there is a qutin
know the nand producers as to strength or doage of a
of your drugs, you won't have prescription, we call te doe-
muc troule," he said. tr," Wie noted, "but we ra
Bdbk og the prd st is havetroubleread te pre
nt as eas r ua wein thiOW k. mrt i.s "


Homemade soup is hard to "Most of our customers, who
come by in most Gainesvile are secretaries and busines- *
ren ua bat Wie's soda mmen, come in for some oup at
fountain specianies in home- lunch time." he said, "but we1
made vegetable ad bean soup. get a lot of childre after shol -
Marie Jm head waitress lets out in the aft oon"
sm; T' . dto ml m-


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Wise Experience Leads To

Many Years of Experience

If progress is measured in'ville, Wise doubled the size of
years of experience, Wise's his store.
Drug Store should be racing! In March, 1969, he moved to
neck and neck with Cape Ken-ihis present site in the First Fed-
nedy eral Building, two doors west
Pharmacist Joe Wise has of the Florida Theater.
owned and operated his drug- "I moved in order to take ad-
store i Gainesville for over 35 vantage of the new parking lot
years behind the First Federal Build-
In January 19, Wise bought ing," he said.
a one-room, 2'x4 soda shop Last April. Wise opened an-
and started his drugstore. That other drugstore on S.W 4th
store which is now on the Ave., near A a chua General
east side of the Florida Theater, Hospital.
is just h r e e doors from his "I would say the growth of
present establishment. Two UF,my business has paralleled the
students, who were brothers, growth of Gainesville," he stat-
worked part-time for him then. ed.
Todav ne has 21 employes. I In 113, the p o p u I action of
In 1941, due to increased bus- Gainesville was about 10,000.
men from service men and Today, the population is over
their families around Gaines- 50,000.


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e Ihi a tri em th 3 s
pmat th "amed mm. n"
lm Krw flhbe

d rhip Bn to o a
lribsltedm, c with
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N Mo d fth pardpidplta
wtio-Wet Germny, Britain,
S Grwu, Italy, the Nethberlmds
St hiqy--mecuirjy aI-
mir Btlf to joiog l a Mult*
laerlForcemdf Plaris aMp
ter. tItLi for oe, is decid-
adl to this .5 bill
ucey of Defnse Robert
S. Mdbmaa announced
WeaNshy n*iht that the 4,5-
Itn k has been assigned to
the up t in side-by-ide
1h 1 uncruomem of difler
Slrl- pial adw ral&
WMh &a-kp-


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ter ainrth
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4 a akrraft carrifr ad a
private yacht
L a destroyer and a bil e-
bip
SA dvl rights bill, whch
pmed the omoM I13
Fe. ws aimed at ending
radal dbumnatio in a Man-


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7. Itin ta beri on Jack
Ruby's mot for a cheap of
ve% J* Joe B. Brow rul-
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1. be hed i bDaas after a
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5. Sweden
.It Amo" the
world interest


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btrde with Coemamit osoruMs,
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kmivi 6e U
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her ihmnd d m mer toe leto p sm d Ir'wmd for
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a dsepotoy mph aa=6 u w ub hiourn6b $v
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t s ma aim u it bi her u isNo wstte. We mN
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*t Iemia Jhe te dly, ad kd I the pmkap v Wu -
reei.W ai we'd hw it o traced i dhe dIhi't -et t.he
mtwwer rote be. ib pt be lift bit they hke hes
a gy" tIng 1 "wt tr ateat froiUd ad ia &e
baby caint aid a, pha n diat he b y with tham for ot
writ." Abby, im cat y pole be s lax? We've had
the xperiece wflt wriutai and (b ristM gifts. But
the saue pe-p- mS JMDe4hest wa mecaemts
Spery lial. How doi b e h-de thibs?
OW AUNT

DBAMHURT AY M *to is hM am# to be mi is
4sf iv lNf mer b aMmu Wa isflr (at am)
6 aet ber mAtew 6 at hi r sihgls. YoibmU hm
T.dk.*bb Ms to m see lm to. aehitl*.a
pajmii 4r I s.em Ollse enmbS hi de M Ie stW
a *6 'iagson ent, t o shM e M e.dse
per"e:.-


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god by a iWkttOW. (M

"For the IUke and ab-
bit," Nurus Care Brun-
er is ordered to asin.
ister a ding which e
kows has at beteo -
suglgy to"al Srript by
Art Wallace. Mi. Thorpe:
ShirlConway.iA lans:I
zIM Bedaum. Dr. IMry:
Stephen Bro Dr. Ktey:
Edward Bins.
1: NeaW, WethW Sprt
a NSewM
Lcid ew (Cai,)
11:5 a S l :
"'Devil and the Deep."
(1I) A ma who is
married to an nlamely
jealous and brutal Bme,
falls in love with a hald-
ome yocng -g.
TaBulah Bakhe, Gary
Cooper. OariLaBuhtow,
Cary Grant. isn maio.)
11:8 a a (Cbr) JeMy


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8aWlwMie n bo my h*Ap, I W* se obwkpb u


stigr, whN driaI, tr i *ily a he wVt aIke .
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ftar let gotg to bet WAl, nyo*hd AMU be pdt to dop.
What dhouU 14b? I I
LOVEAIMALS
MAR 8CAs: 4s ymr l dswidr adt e fneeF..
d Oumy to Adhah. Ask 6mN eny eM piSMe a
put. fhr a k a me.


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6l: News-WI

Brtiley
7: RM esaew
The "New0
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Tifagues,
Lucas in a
buy his ran
Akim Tam
Chuck Con
Michael Pat
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(Color) "T
the Pasion
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Napoleon's
the Spanish
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8:a DgSr. min
Clade Rainm in "Wly
S Wn't Anybody Liste?"
by Calvin moments. Ed-
ward Fredericb, stuimed
by the death of his dau.
shier.


VT Al iMS M: Piey um
, asiy, '"t Cm fa t Frigja
temed M n" After
i laboratory develop a
Orleans Mea- ioprtant mantioic, RaW
amblin car dolph James finds. that
rwho threatens his wife is ureateig to
n attempt to sell her cotIIrolik tockd
wi. Tlafpus: to a cmpetor. Ma :
iro. Lucas Raymond urr, Burger:
os. Xavier: William Talmnan. Dela:
te. Barbara Hale.
|N| *4at" CMPMu
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revolt ap t (Color) 'D 't A e
occupa Know Who I Am?" Anm-
A Army ab- bitious M Hd Ua ine
mon. herhuabad offmhabi
nd Trial ness tri -wach i
Htm wnhe winds up wa.


SMILE! With Art Buchwald


Search That Failed


WASHINGTON I earcui'_mue, but. far he hadn't heanStatm for gpvnent smte.body to boy Seir um. Z
for qualified woneI in oin di i well. What are mtlW w d who happ i ty lm we break ffdiati
met goes oamo and ms hid this fate? ai to an sbe' coc with a country, it open up
aidet jm wad We'qe arm t are d *eekw vennent w bus market fr the
for h- -----said, Fil do Uild to gfet s?"
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we at bher. Ayeur apiedto
Br mlt and Fraace adic
"I'd lik a iba that wiM utmL uo, because
tab nto Paris twice a yew, btgre tra wit CoS., a
pumit a to ny to usi s.H s wat tse &m te lbd for t0&
sl i T aid usl Ina m bws ipe mlYM
Sa oki ad car "Why dsrmA a Bto
pmmnt pie." ad bet?" wati to
"Y mean you wa to be &e bow
hllVtalyeSlaler' "Bna e A to p
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stoy e1 it" ,to do "i
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wre lm6 the recent sow,
-mpt ihtr m steo.(
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or a da.a a
, Wp-oM~pnidby a mwni
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thNe ftmiiom. To top


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of hplwmwe to P uma,
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IluSelaNAmgerpieso 4Z1 edml, 31
4 piAd, esr p Jo 5 U AUk- i W; New
Tho oom from theA84 UVlWZn 1NaWgaRT r
d FFA eWhbtors in the port Aoam ere I bed
-hi g0a1un dmm by atte ad a decrm i hoegL
tol e am mitke fblohd BaUllbmbm to
n to#hale to state pMhty inmalbelM m
how ml the*y appreciated ti 1. Swm amber are dom
nnporL I canentMblt tmi nll to M milii
dthesk log &l s hlN. IBnl r no, ete nom.
pIrte will be remes ben are up per cot for a to.
ed may times during this tal of 1,7,I boead as com
MN*,rM for, rtal*, thq pred to a 3w per et ae
mlIai S tIb.wIatbothMi t se i sed tm.


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PweNr SIaster ;8 pt
Na kitbu ua i bul b l
.eek ab to e dO lot& Li v0e
Atlk MtuaitxIgabdimto q ll h I
Fedl Ia Market 3ev
u wrie ; E'irt u wn t l B at he

1 toBerd t, tt,,e. : .1
wme ae aft A ease liver
Mg, s1ed to W las lw aeta B -ab lst wet
k& Opr; l : yiftla um h mdal ele ,
rse adtbiee-Good adlbipqredthbinhal br
de aftMm- Gli 9L plis Uk )u I r ad
asw W a"a: d %ini a Amia. ta
Close -uftr, $ .7s * at ati bmy-I
Odnla ,ge ,saw
Ptsh "" I"w cl |
dwmmL ai i Wmi ce, m;
U; docke, O-s.a. B e pices Toeda
t Utftt ?, $ oil No. I'sr (MMs Is.), $142;
n, aM at $1; itocke, $w So. rI's (" H9 s.), $14i1;
s. I No,. N cor1 $105; No.
A Watal lbopn wasola $1M : No. 3', $11m: 'tNo.
Tat ato kacl mat, s. 0I'M No s, $*U"; No.
e ge Sol itasth Wt ws4 ', a$.I; Nh 1 hb ;
Ggade yM~clM o U. ap to $IL


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Councl wil mat ISark,
mrni km9 S.U MVA to
iDey mt Iob Isd March
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StRem Imb -OPEN 7 e.m. to 7 pa.


In..mb nf m G Omaterm your fawahe b er. You
aieb Aa Ster Show could't buy ber beed and at
nd Sae, medmed for March the me tim help oe of our
Said 13. i, st aroud the boys ud girls.


Srlbtlhwhasli a trie
tI hoaw lnk 'y, BdRfod,
GMu, LM ad MAldane
neotib.
Inorderlto0t4thewIPAuad
4H mobrn an opportunity to
take pri lta more activities, the
altea wiD be entered at the
Gaihevite L ock Market
between 7 a.a. and 11 a.,
Thneiy, March IU. A metock
Sco"amIt fr FFA ad 48
Sbere wll be^t at U:M
a.m. This coolest has been adS
ad to gihe boys iand
immb ta pInmseeors
eaoCeidou rde rayhods ar
i rives.
lThe ofdical Jud of te I
teeru take plame at I pa,
fiot" a bperb st seem s
bg *th hTofrso &M t
to atedoos and absm


. ahNk samleul be held
tl, a aI Tl e gesmral
ph is .ma*y Sted to
eoM s ase tae fine job
tem bp ad gklsb have dome
n pvi lr isstem for thie
a1I 7- rMsethok viw
Afl IL vi lf s Y to Isw


TP pralod coMN weather
S play havoc wt Mthe win-
ter feed uppa of mm of our
rmers ad cttleme this
year. ftnaD p have not r.
spmded to rtikato a they
0nrm&ay do aid tb ha caused
cssive Usn of ilaep and bay
applies. We wl hIme to do a
title better Ii-ra pla ng
in the futre, a It looks le we
wi have mveral more -ood
toi bete now and March
I5.
A-
em much 40yo aow at.
6 Mt e leauiry? Ud yeB
tS at bMtk o 143, I be
fore fitr tips cme a the mar-
ket it took .0 pound of tobac.
co to ash lWeprotts?
hib lm, hm maao tobacco
reqrmd to 1 ciga dpr.
the wm top I.th pa w
3% cobiW p w-o It
lam,,-- ONB me packaLo of
dciprettIa at lat tour tim

the amount paid thbr famer, de
ipoCt a ft fdn &, sate
a ad mp l taas.
iThe ammal tax paid by dig.
settI gme In 151 was a
startgh 1 bUloa dolr.
That's a titd u d maM in
-InyMos betb.


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pmn with trael
stole caue
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tio. Silent motor
don't interfere
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JohnMerrill
Realtor
MULTIPLE LIFTING
PHONEM1,11
ASSOCIATIES
MARCEILLA PADI
W. H. IKKNHANMAN
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ft.INcl. 1
"WLLING FLORIDA SINCE iete
LOS TRANCOS WOODS
L"Ihnfi tw entry I as olee.
GaI MUI. Drivew NW
St Awve., turn right a SR No.
ad Cwler pr o e ant
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FOSSEY
11 W. University Aye. Ph. 34S1.
FORDYCE
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NI I. wO, lom, etc. SI
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FOROYCE & ASSOCIATES,
INC.
136 W. UlNl. A".
M ACRES. TobKCac llownwrt. 3
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Reer. ISM W. Untwrlty Av.
41 Canmied Arety
HOMES FOR SALE-
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W Sperry or Senla woke,
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LER BROS.

1964 Para

Home Vc

3 & 4 Bedroo
m View Estates
wood Manor
ihnorland Estates
A from $400
A.. Nothing I
out our paint your o

west en dth Ave., turn I
me li oe NW 39th


LER BROS.,
ATT MEADEN, Soles ?
* FR 2-9545 or Nights


de

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Down
Down
wn home for

Left at Model
Terrace.


Builders
Manager
s FR 6-9048


your dream

come true...

Your dmom of a new hoan of your own is within reach at
Highlnd Court Monor now! AllI home points are VA and FHA
approved Monthly parents start at $73.59 (Indudes
insunce. taxm, and built-in Toppon kitchen.) Best of all,
your payments can be as low or lower than you'. now
m pym i in rent! Why not inspect our selection of ver 20
maod now?
* Ove 20 Medal Pm, VA ind FHA Appinvd
* Pused frm $12,500 to $17,250
Mat Payms As &ew As $73.59


uihud (wul hMor
ufleL. otsed 1d. md I Twr..
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KKPATRICK b UMON BUILDERS


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EARLY AMERICAN
HOME SHOWING
w Colonial American Styling
at IMe ta $15,000
ce of brick front
-in G.E. oven, range
ime easy-cre terrazzo floor
or lhatry and utility room
Sfum lmuriow baths
t nil proportioned bedroom
ral heating (air conditioning aptitfl)
t. coUnm doats
-in brkfat bar
Hi bemily Swim Club membership
alks and altl othr city corweniefne
e of wooded lots
FHA. or Conventional financing
lu many, many more features..
VA-NO MONEY DOWN
We plyd u el *ew $100
FHA lee tem ia lw
HID MO L OPIN 9 A.M. 'TIL DARK
ciil "busy pele's heams" Tees. &r .
Op% 'T" 9 P.M.

PINE FOREST
by HUGH EDWARDS, JMc.
o n N..L lE1 Ave. & leI Tesr.


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MACHINE ,r. -S
SERViCE CO wi n
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REPOSSESSED '* ". lrl
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at. mo inm"i ab* FINISH. SLIGHTLY USED.
1CML N 1 nt.1 v m wa tr i t* MUsic CO.
S Fll 2 sd NeSll" S9
s". " MFR 2-5353.

Alln. DaIM wI KINGWik ift li a
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5m HomeNg
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WI TUAM S 629-I b
1124 YTINCr_ ^


T"SUPER SALE"


57 BO i, V-.8 Sedan
57 DO V.-8. Tudor
st Ca.l f ..........
1 CHIVROLIT. Corvon
panel, side and bock
doors ............... ..


$188


$1188


61 FORD, V.8 Sedan, std.

one owner ................*


59 DODGE Coronet V-8 se-
don, equipped including fac-.
tory air cond..............


$9881


"FICKUP"
INTERNATIONAL, ....... $250
DOSW %-mu ..........:..... 3IS
G C.% ................ $450


JUNKERSS"


53 PONTIAC, Wagon ................ $55
53- FOKD, Convertible ................ $55
40 FALCON, sedon, two-tone white over
green ................ ...... .
40 COMET, Sedan, white with red
interior ................. .. 7
o MIAAUR, Sedon, white, clen.
on fetaw r ...................... $71
S0 BOOh, 6, Sedan, Torqu-Flte, power
stealing, hunter, whitewoll, twotone
one wmr ............. ..........

"On. Year G. W arranty"

(DOOGE--ART-DODGE TRUCKS)


514 N. Main St.


Tel. 3724951


1964 FIAT6.D
2-DR~fAmA

sIlt,
5* 4 V I


Fl


I 4 OLDNMO ILIE ................... $AVI
MaaM fl- wsy 0Ms Wry be onii -M w
in- ba.M, Jr eey-r a..aw ne umi
mi Pay ,mndY, ,m S ,.w a -c
63 CADILLAC ................... $5295
C ..inu. fsn Sr. m *. teA ar. S--X
a Po, .... .. .. ..... ec. m.
63 OLDSM oILE . 395l $r1M
wl wa t. Mr, i a. i "m, m se m *wre
oure OUMW~U~... ..........
smlm amwgma t me a m& simb

63 OLDSMOBILE s995
sosf att CaUs CMk i.n S t4 1"o
3 IIICK ..................... .. 1 95
twda l *bau, an a, ams e
..MONZA 1....... .-- s
3 FALCON .- A- l



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GOOD CARS!-
REDUCED PRICES!
AIm f"we ws a not Ainfh,ham. te mMy


ykeylf.

60FORD

$795


59 OLDS

$695

S FORD
$645


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57 MIKURY
a *. ma taM "u hsr, -
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$445

5 FORD
If W Tr V4"Id W

$345


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GAINESVILLE
AUTO SALES
107 K. Maim I.
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at Cram ULnmn-Macuwy"
Phme FR 4-2425


ATTENTION! CAR OWNERS!
FREE SERVICE CLINIC!

Wedmedy, Thursday & Friday
(Fpeiuy 2y, 27, & 2lth) 1:00 to 8:00 P.M.


Buick Motor Division Technicians and Sun Electric Technicians will
e present to assist in the performance of this Service Clinic. Using
he test equipment for testing and inspection. You car will be in-
pected from bumper to bumper including general condition and per-
formaonce.
(No attempt will be mode to sell you any repair work or replacement
sorts.) Pbles 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


715 N. Maim St.


FR 67571


61 OLDSMOBILE ................
kewr vw ONt so" n m niw lo"mowi


$1995


it CORVAIR ........................... $1095
fW Iam a h**, *hWat-, a wme
I61 FORD si$
**ine* MOO a fty ** MW swhjt.-
41 FORD .. .. $1495
. FO D ......... ............. .


Il CADILLAC


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SOLDSMOIL .......... .. 5
WV -Ifhaft mm cat W1A.
5 OLDMOAILE. ...... ... S1
V m *M"k i*sy S, *m -.


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S uuvmotr.Mi. ................
ta V il... a
ON VAIAik Studs. frown.
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o 3tmttin. cseNj *a*- t-----a- -dm .. sW
n Wai. A r .............. s I"
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ON THESE CARS


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MAKE US AN OFFER!


(B VAUANT, 4-dr., power sterin, adto-
mtic, radio,. heoer, emutive car .,t S1
' f UAL, 4-dr. hardtop, powers t ,i
ln, brakes, air cond., automatic, radio, heat-
, Meck ........................ $9
U IMIRIAL, 4-dr. hardtop, power steering,
brake, oir cond., automatic, radio, hater,
Uo. pil ............... ........$1m
* CHRYSL* Newport, 2-dr. hardtop, power
spring, bakes, air conditioned, cutomotic,
radio, heater, executive car........ 1345
* RAMLII., 4-dr. automatic, heater, 900Q
riles ........................... $1400
SP ORD, Faotirae, 4-dr. V-8, radio heater,
C ea n ........................ $114
$1 01K 4-dr. '88'. power steering, broke,
Automatic, radio, heater, sharp .... $1500
il PLYMOUTH, 4-dr. automatic, radio,
huoer, nice car .................. $ 95
61 PLYMOUTH. 2-dr. hardtop, automatic.
radio, heater, sharp ............. $1295
61 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. Wagon, power steer.
ing, brakes, automatic, radio, heater, air con.
ditio d ........ . . ....... . .. $1495
60 PONTIAC, 4-dr. power steering, auto-
matic, radio, hooter, nice ......... $1245
60 DODGE, 4-dr., power steering, brake, ra-
dio, heater, automatic transmission, V-8. air
conadtned ... ...... ....... . $995
60 OLDS, 2-dr. '88', automatic, heater, per-
f ct .......................... $1143
40 LARK, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic, radio
hoe ter, 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, broke, radio, heater, air conditioned.
automatic, transmission .......... $1145
59 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, power steer-
ing, broke, radio, heater, automatic trans-
mission, one owner car ............ $945
57 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. hardtop, automatic,
radio, heater, y-8, nice ............ $495


IMPORTED CARS


II SAAB, 2-dr. 4-speed, radio, heater, like
new .......................... $1345
5W L FORD, Wagon, radio, hooter, real
clae n .............. ...... 44
61 OPEL, wagon, radio, heater, real nice $995
57 METRO, 2-dr. hardtop, radio, hooter, clean
............ .. .. ..... .... $395
55 OPEL, 4-dr. radio, heater, nice .. $295


SECOND CARS

56 FORD, wagon runs good .......... $295
St DoDGI. 4-dr., automatic, radio, heater
......................... . $.
55 FORD, Convertible, automatic. radio,
heater ...........................
53 MRCUIRY 4.dr. radio, cleon .... $295


53 WILLYS, runs ..ood .... $1......

SIl: PETE COMPTON, WILBUR SLIGH.
FRANK GRAY, "Mac" McCULLOUGH


HAWES POWERS


Motor Co.


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$895
59 CHEVROLET
teua *same .*. ar. U
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$845
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995
No DewM Payment
fI NASH $21M
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SiPLYM.. $32M.
57 CHIV. $29 M.
S BUICK $32 Me.
5 RAMI .$26 Me.
57 DODGE $23Me.
57 RmlMer $29 M-.
55 UICK $2M Mo.
5 CHIV. $29 Me.


RIDGWAY


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1132 S. Main St.


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