Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00280
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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By BILL HAGER er concern, at least to Sheriff have 'separate administrativeand Switching ,to Pitts, Crevasse ly someone "it could have I
''J Son Staff Writer Joe Crevasse., .detention facilities,but Ala- reviewed the chain of events been any number of persons"J\ J

Accused rapist RandolphPitts Crevasse, whose deputies in- chua's jail "has been crampedfor which led to his escape and unintentionally' opened the door .. :

rJ who walked unnoticed itially arrested Pitts last several years." capture. of the booking room'where Pitts
from Alachua County Jail Fri- Wednesday, refused to place He noted the situation has Pitts, who has been charged was awaiting questioning, the ;
day afternoon, was back in his blame for his Friday flight on been partially relieved by recent with the Sept. 8 rape of an 18- sheriff said. :

\.' cell Saturday after less than 24 "human fault. completion of a new addi- year old white girl, walk- With both jailers occupied
hours of freedom. "This jail isn't maximum security tion,but the space problem still ed away from the jail while one elsewhere, Pitts was able to escape

Pitts, apprehended in Orlando and until such time as the is acute., 'The; county 'commission of two jailers on duty was conducting unobserved. --- ,

was the subject of much office and administrative partof has indicated- a second construction a group of_University of Once outside, officers specu- ...::: ...
more attention Saturday than he it is cut off from the confinement phase which would Florida law students on a tour. he hidden until ":
lated, stayed .....:
was at his escape. But the jail's area, escapes will happen seal off administrative offices At the same time, the other early evening, then began _u_ ',. ,

.'k4yy n42 ;. .fs .k. yYa4 i Bc ;yx a.y a s f+' Fi' P"' y.. security facilities or the lack time and again," he said. from cells, will begin duringthe jailer was supervising the feeding '_n. .A I
of them were of even great- Crevasse indicated most jails next fiscal year," he said. of city prisoners. Apparentmore (See ESCAPE on Page 2)) ..... -. ';; i I

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'i (AP) Communist ,
China on Sunday accused the '''-::': ,

United States of preparing "to 10--
Run Into
SnagBy step over the brink of war and
w commit new acts of war" Tonkin Bay-T

against North Viet Nam. It
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its neighbor North
promised ,
CLIP CORMIER Viet Nam a helping hand. -""", Incident
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The charge was made by
State legislators and the Board of Control grappled Peking People's Daily, the official :
Is Revealed '
briefly with long range plans for Florida's state collegesand of the Chinese Com-
organ ,,,....., ,
universities in a joint meeting here Friday that pro- munist party, in expressing t
duced more disagreement than harmony.. support for North Viet Nam in WASHINGTON (APSecre- "
The occasion i was_the unveiling of a master education the Sept. 18 Gulf of Tonkin inci- tary of Defense Robert S. Mc -, ..".',
plan produced by Dr. J. Brow- dent. Namara announced Saturdaythat ____
ard Culpepper and the Board of This year 38,238 are enrolledin "The Chinese and two U.S. destroyers opened "...""

Control staff. On hand was the state universities, an increaseof government fire on four unidentified vessels >w ....
I people have solemnly declared .. .
legislative Council's Subcommittee 7,000 over a year ago, Cul which approached them Friday '
that aggression by the United
'\ on Higher Education and pepper said.Salient in the Gulf of Tonkin. ....' /
States against the DRV -Dem- ,-
several other prominent legisla- points of the plan are ocratic Republic of North Viet He thereby officially con- ,
tors. as follows: Nam means aggression firmed nearly 22 hours after .n.ro.

i However when the one-hour Florida's two senior institu- against China and that the Chinese first reports reached the Penta- -......"'
joint session had ended, the tions, the University 'of Florida people will not sit idly by gon that there has been a fresh
I blueprint was reduced to a' and Florida State University, without lending a helping flareup in the waters off war- ;"

"preliminary" report. It was referred to as "Long Estab- hand," the People's Daily said ...,;. "" torn Viet Nam.McNamara. .
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"no NM
obvious it has a long rough lished Universities" were given in its editorial. said the uniden ,

r road to travel before a consensus the role of pursuing programsto The full text of the editorialwas titled vessels presumably ---
is reached. .w .
attract students interested in carried by the official New : -y they were North Vietnamese
f'' Legislators participating i n continuing their studies beyondthe China News Agency in a broad- torpedo boats but he didn't say =:
Guests WelcomedBishop
I the discussion included Sen. graduate level. cast monitored here. so "menaced" the American

I Beth Johnson, Orange County; FSU the of Defense destroyers. And, he said, the .
Because neither or U.S. Secretary and Mrs. James W. Henley of Lakeland (left) were welcomed yesterday by
Sen. Wilson Carraway, Leon; UF are in populous areas, they Robert S. McNamara an- University of Florida President J. Wayne Reitz and Mrs. Reitz. The visitors attendedthe vessels "because of their dispositions :..:

and Reps. Phil Asher, Escam- are "natural" schools for students nounced Saturday that two U.S. Florida-SMU game with their hosts and later were feted at a reception in the, courses and speed,, indicated -
Wa; Terrell Sessums, Hill from all over the stateto destroyers on routine patrol in Wesley Foundation Lodge. (Sun photo fcy Eddie'Davis) hostile intent! '; A."l... .
borough; Don Read, Palm said. the Gulf of Tonkin "were men-
gravitate to, Culpepper But at no point in the secre- -
Beach; and Osee Fagan, Ala- Enrollment at the Universityof aced by four unidentified ves- tary's 147-word statement did he "". .' -'"

i chua. Florida will be held to not sels" Friday, and fired-warning! Angered Reitz Claims UF indicate that the four vessels ........ i
The master plan is designedto more than 20,000 by 1975 and shots. He said the approachingcraft fired at the American-destroy- -' :
guide state policies in de- then disappeared.A ers. -.n ...- '
at FSU not more than 17,000.
velop ing present institutionsand The two senior schools will spokesman for the CommU- Downgraded on Construction The Pentagon chief said the -

establishing new ones be- continue to offer widely d i- nist North Vietnamese, however incident occurred at night A -. .. -
tween now and 1975. Culpeppertold verse undergraduate programs denied the presence of any high White-House source, mean- ..
the' legislators and board from the freshman level, and Communist warships at the President J. Wayne Re f it z classrooms are in temporary dastardly building," he while, also emphasized this and -. --

( memberi a similar plan adopted extensive graduate study and time of the incident. charged the Board of Control buildings of WW II vintage, as continued. declared that !if the U.S. de- J

in 1956 had been implemented research programs beyond the The editorial described the with shorting out the University are 15.2 per cent of all faculty "For several years we have stroyers had not responded as .-. ,
'I and the state is ready for undergraduate level. incident as an attempt "to of Florida in the 1965 legislative offices and 21.6 per cent of the had the strongest departmentof they did "you would want to -' ,

a new one. Florida A and M, a spe- create a pretext for new acts of budget for capital out- teaching laboratories."No psychology in toe SouthSee know why." :---.
In a point-by-point resume of cialized Negro institution, will war" against North Viet Nam lay discussed by the board music department in the McNamara did not stay for ,',
i the blueprint, Culpepper said be phased out of operation when and charged: "The U.S. govern here Friday.In United States is housed in a ( REITZ on Page 2)) questions, after reading his ,

4 such an overview is essential its enrollment is less than half ment's playing with! fire has a rare display of anger, statement to newsmen at the ...
because by 1970 Florida will of all the Negroes enrolled in greatly Increased the danger of the UF president termed the Pentagon. Later, a Pentagon 16. .
1 have in excess of 200,000 of its extending the war in Indochi board's allocation of $119 mil- Blue source who specified that he not ..- .:
Key BanquetTo
young people ready for college.GLADYS. (See COLLEGE on Page 2)) na." lion for new buildings and facilities be identified, said McNamara's .
said the U.S. ambassador to of "eenie .0#
It a game weenie ..
report "apparently closed the
South Viet Nam Maxwell D. minie mae.II
IS STILL incident for all practical _
Taylor, was rushed back to The UF's first priority in the Hear pur.
i!I Washington recently "for the 123-item project list is a biological Fulbright poses. ......... i
sake of mapping out a new ad- science building, 10th on Elsewhere, though, the incident .
THREAT TO V.S. venture for extending the war." the list and behind Florida was anything but closed. ..:::..

I;f The editorial also chargedthat State University, the Univer- Sen. J. William .Fulbright,, Foreign Minister Xuan Thuy ,., ....
MIAMI, Fla. AP) Hurri- Arnold Sugg of the Miami the United States "has sent sity of South Florida and the chairman of the 'powerful Senate .- of North Viet Nam said the U.S. u

cane Gladys, up to now an iden- Weather Bureau said a slight more reinforcements to South neophyte Florida Atlantic Uni- Committee on Foreign Re- ,.."'"/ 1-, government "must bear full ..... '
lations, will be keynote fspeaker "" {. .
took north- turn to the northwestward does ? for all seriousconsequences"
tcal twin to Dora, a Viet Nam, directed the puppet versity. responsibility .
westward course toward the not mean the big storm will group in South Viet Nam to Except for renovations and ,at the Florida Blue Key banquet arising from it. ..',

U.S. mainland Saturday and make a quick turn to the northor violate the frontier of Cambodiaand alterations to old buildings on during Homecoming at the In a message to members of _..
posed a threat to the coasts of change its general direction. incited the Laotian rights to the campus, UF requests for University of Florida' ;Friday,- the 1954 Geneva conference that .
Georgia and the Carolinas. "Steering currents are weak carry on their attacks on the new construction are down' Oct. 16-17. He speaks Oct. 16. guaranteed Indochina's Independence :::

Forecasters said that although and the storm is just dawdling patriotic (Pathet Lao) forces in deep on the list. The Arkansas the Democrat has he "categorically" ,..
Gladys was still two along," Sugg added. that ,country. Reitz told the board, the championed causes of edu- denied that North Viet Nam
cation and better
days away from land, winds and South Florida, hammered in "Meanwhile, U.S. warshipsand University of. Florida 1'.asn'tbeen tions since foreign' rela-, provoked the incident and asked .
seas would increase Sunday late August by Hurricane Cleo, aircraft have more frequently able to catch up with the enteringnational pol- .y; that "the U.s. scheme for re-
itics in: 194%. He
from Daytona Beach north to was called out of danger from intruded into China's other state institutions in con- was a cosponsor newed war acts" against' his
of the Fulbright Act
Cape Hatteras, N.C. Gladys. The possibility of it territorial waters and air. struction ever since 1953 when which ,created the Hays- country be checked. _
The latest advisory placed the slamming into northeast Flori- "All this proves that the Unit- the legislature appropriated graduate study scholarshipsfor and teach- "No battleship of any kind of
center' of Gladys, the season's da, where Hurricane Dora ed States was not taking an million for the J. Hillis Miller ing abroad. the Democratic Republic of .
fourth hurricane and ninth tropical thrashed ashore nine days ago, isolated action in again engi- Health Center. His book, "Old and i North Viet Nam was present
storm, about 650 miles east was becoming remote, forecasters neering a so-called Gulf of Bac "We're very proud of the (See ALUMNI Myths there at the moment," said a ,.I
of Fort Pierce, Fla., and the said. Bo Tonkin incident," the medical center, but we're still ; on Page 2)) FULBRIGHT Hanoi broadcast quoting Le

same distance southeast of Wil- Gladys had top winds of 125 editorial said. getting charged for it," Dr. Trang, director of press and ::::

mington, N.C. miles per hour in squalls near It warned that to expand the Reitz said. information for North Vit Nam. '....
Gladys was spinning along at the center and hurricane force Vietnamese war "is a gamble The UF president said as a Good !" Communist China roared
I a forward speed of only eight winds extended 115 miles to the fraught with extremely grave result of the shoit charging Morning threats and increased defense s.
'I i miles per hour and forecaster east and 60 miles to the west danger for U.S. imperialism." 12.4 per cent of the university's preparations. ,:

Around; ,and About the News:

. Any Commies on Campus? 'How _Florida Democrats K HOMESWANTED 19 ,:_:

.. hope to win-Page 1IB. Picture -
preview of the 1965 model cars iqv
If Mayor Haydon Burns against Republican challenger da said Friday they knew of no talk to me about this matter if Page 1IB. Revised: law drawn Mrs. Durrence of Goinesvltte

makes good on his boast to flush Charles Holley.He Communists hiding out on their be becomes governor." op on ,a admittance mental placed the following od In the ..:

the "pinks and commies" off pledged removal of pinks faculties. President Reitz said be had patients-Page 12C. Sun Classified section: "_
Florida's university ,campus university Culpepper said in all the time no knowledge of Communists on 4y rk .
and Communists from -
2103 NE 12Mi Ttr. by ewer. 3
when he becomes governor, he has served on the Board of the Gainesville campus, terming .
faculties will get top prior / The ehfe-minded Leagueof bedroom 2 Mttw CCB-fnme. Den 'f.
Control, and even before then Mayor Burns' statement "un -.
there'll' be some mighty surprised ity if he is elected governor, Women Voters is back on the and IcmDy room carpeting and ;.
university presidents.None he has never heard of a single fortunate. air conditioner extra Ira, fMeatf --
and he promised to use every job-See picture page oa I B. ....
Communist on.any college campus "Mayor Burns statement is ytnt M b&s. tram Khooto. $U.5 oo
of the of thestate's influence of the office to do the
presidents in Florida."It unfonmate because, as far as term, CaD FR LJiitor appointMrs. ......
three largest universities job. is almost phenomonal bow I know, it is without foundation. > mad ,
know of any Communists the "They.know who they are. It the State of Florida has been I am satisfied that our procedures -.
Jacksonville mayor claims are would be wise for them to sendin Durroncc_received 20 cells
free of them he said.
for accepting faculty members And for Your Pleasure
infesting their faculties. their resignations now," said "I believe if there were Communists which are in accordancewith Sunday : on her ad and sold the house .:

Neither does the executive director Mayor Burns.So on our faculties we accepted procedures of un- Area News 1C Movies ......L..., ._..., ME I the second day the ad ran. If .
of the State Board, of far no mass resignationshave would know about it," he add iversities, are quite satisfac Comics 4C'If, Opinion Page; ..-.; -_..- iA" you have a house you would

Control, Dr. J. Broward Cul taken place.Presidents ed. "If we did find some we tory. Dear Atty ,-..:V...fo Prfeeword _J : 151!" like to tell, advertise it in tha ....

pepper. J. Wayne Reitz of would take'appropriate action." "We,will continue oa our present Haiie[ 11... TV Logs ,..-.._::..._4C, SC: Gainesville: ,Sun classified tec ...

Burns made his "pinko" the University of Florida Gordon Culpepper' declined to comment basis." ; Iktaleg Post ....._.....14B Women's ._.. ..18.>&B tton. Remember there arc 19 ..
X charge at a fish fry in Haw '.Blackwell of Florida State on what the action would Professors must take loyalty :
people still on the market for"a
thorne September 4, using it to University and John Allen of be."I oaths prescribed by the state World's.. Best ,Comics .. Family Weekly. TV Log home --- Ii

keynote his political,campai n the University of South Ftarf- presume Mayor Bars will (See PINKS oa Pale 2)) .-...

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Gainesville Sun Sunday.. camber 20., 1964 .

..- ---t --r----- -- 3.,\oi"...... t' More About' 11, Alumni Army Exhibit More About S ; .J f

Weather Roundup Y: 1 i

New Realities," released this forerunner to the establishment t f
year was termed by Saturday of the United Nations.In Page 1 I
Services for George M. Col- A multi -,unit U. S. Army ex- ."
sensible man'sguide
Review as "the If r ,
: M': son, 94, a former Waldo and 1954, Senator Fulb right hibit, featuring combat films '
to this year's crucial for- searching for a means to flee: Pitts was far away from the
: Gainesville resident, will b e e., ...wwaauae1. was the lone member of the and art, will visit the University -
I Monday at 3 p.m. in Waldo eign policy 'issues. Senate to vote against additional -'' of Florida campus this the county. scene of his escape.At .

II'' Cemetery ZONES t. Sen. Fulbright began his professional funds for the Special Investigating -week. Meanwhile, sheriff's deputieswere : about 3 a.m. Saturday, Or-

: Mr. Colson recently moved \ career as special at- ; Subcommittee headed Gainesville lando police saw an unlighted

14 : to Cincinnati, Ohio, where he with A -Isolated Partly daytime cloudy through t.iundcr Sunday show )4, 4 torney in the.Anti Trust Divis- by the late Senator Joseph Mc-. The exhibit will be open daily and joined all local by auxiliary units police ,, car pull away from a west Orlando -

died Thursday following a ers. High 85 to W. East and southeast ,, E+ 'B % N a1 ion of the Department of Jus- Carthy and sponsored the censure -Monday through Friday in the service station. The officers !- r
winds 10 to 20 miss per hour. i who blanketed the area ir I
: short illness. B C Fair Sunday. High P tice. In 1935 he left the post to resolution against Senator ROTC rotunda. search of Pitts. began following the vehicle -
He was a retired railroad 88 to 92. East and northeast E lecture in law at George Wash- McCarthy. In that same year he: Billed as "The Soldier Key then attempted to stop it t t
: 1 the Presiden!i But the slippec d I by flashing a red signal light.
construction superintendent wings 8 to 15 miles per hour. ington University. He returned was appointed by to.Land Power," the exhibit promotes escapee
: the Masonic Lodge. D Fair Sunday. Hgh around 88. psi to the University of Arkansas -as a member of the United i the regular Army sol- through the dragnet, apparentlyin But the driver sped away, and 1 j
Northeast and north winds 1$ to 20 t General automobile taken
Survivors included four as a member of the law States Delegation to the an shortlj
miles per hour. dier, reservist and National a 20-minute chase began. It ended -
: daughters, Mrs. Edna Dwyer! E F H IFair Sunday. High near school faculty in 1963 and in 1939 Assembly of the United Na. before 6 p.m. fromVb it e
Guardsman. when pursuing officers -
90. Northeasterly winds I to 15 miles Punctured
of Cincinnati, Mrs. Marie per hour.G : s at age 34 he was appointed tions. Electric and Battery Service,
both tires with shotgun
: Beacon of Ludlow, Ky., Mrs. 88. Northeast J Fair and Sunday.north High winds around 12 to president of the University.He He resigned the cha nnnnshif. In addition, a special Army Jack. 118 NW 8th Ave. blasts.rear -

Helen Whitney of Cincinnati 20 miles per hour.K and Curren r procurement team from
: was elected to Congress in of the Banking c)
Fair Sunday. High around 88. sonville will be on campus Wednesday The car was found abandonee d I The car was a 1962 Mercury.
and Mrs. William Sprague of Northeasterly winds 12 to 20 nrJies per 1942 and soon became a mem- Committee hi 1959 to becom
hour. and Thursday to provide shortly before midnight in Ocalj a Inside was Pitts, reportedly un-
: :Taylorsport Ky. 10 grand- Senate Committee
; ber of the Foreign Affairs Com- Chairman of the
children. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREHigh Relations. H students with information on theArmy's by Marion County authoritieswho armed and unresisting. f ft
mittee. He introduced the "Ful- Foreign on
Lew Preclp. GAINESVILLE WEATHER : student assistance and in turn reported the thef Pitts was returned to Gainesville t
: Jones Johnson Funeral Jacksonville .... ... 86 6* bright Resolution," which call- is also a member of the Finance -
Home is in charge of arrange Miami ..............t........ 84 86 77 74 .01 Municipal Airport readingsTampa ed for participation by the U.S.! Committee and the Join t Commission programs.The of a 1962 Mercury.The by deputies. He arrived
ments. Atlanta ::::::.:::,:::::: 77 67 Saturday: High 85 at 2 p.m., in international organizationto Economic Committee.He two member team will search continued in botl]a bound by light chains, clad in a
New Orleans .......... 86 6i low 68 4 No rain. an 9 to, counties throughout the night t:, white sweat shirt, light trousers
at a.m. be in The Hub from a.m.
Boston ... ......... ... 59 51 maintain the peace, and is began his fourth Senah e
: FLOURNOY CLEMONSLAKE i tOw York .. A9 U but later events revealed t, and a grey cap.
Washington :::::::::::: 77 65 24 AlMANAC. generally. considered to be the term in 1962. 1 p.m. both days.
BUTLER Mrs. Chicago ._............. 75 62 Sunset today .............. 6-rt p.m.
: Flournoy :Clemons, 54, died Kansas City ............ 84 63 Sunrise tomorrow.......... 6:17 a.m. ,.
Denver ................. .so t(; Moonrise today ............ 6M7 p.m.
Friday after an extended ill- Ft. Worth .............. 90 70 The planet Mars rises ... :.26 a.m. \
: in her home in Lake But- Los Angeles ........... >5 57Seattle and Is now about 179 mill'jn/ miles t
ness ............r..... 62 54 .14 from the Earth. Next March Mars will
: ler. be much brighter, appearing In the
CEDAR KEY TIDES evening sky and It will be only a .
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday High at 1:11 ajn. and 12:48 little over 42 million miles away.
: today in the First Christian pm.: Low at 6:59 a.m. and 7:21 p.m.' MARINE FORECAST
Monday High at 1:31 a.m. and 1:36 Northeast and east winds 10 to 15 r ;
Church of Lake Butler, with p.m. Low at 7:30 a.m. and 7:55 p.m. knots Sunday. Fair.
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: Rev. C. F. Dance and Rev Wilbur

I P. Crowder officiating. More
: Burial will follow in Douglas

: Cemetery. AboutCollege ii
Brannon Funeral Home of

I t : Lake Butler has cnarge cf ar-

E rangements. Bob White Sliced
: Clemons born in From Page 1 I
f Mrs. was I
i Georgia and moved to Lake i e::::::: "
: Butler in 1928.Surviving Florida's state institutions. It a desire to keep up with mm:
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: are her husband, now has 3,243 students. he t Joneses.

Louis Clemons, Lake Butler; Board of Control Members
Designated in the plan as
.;, : her mother, Mrs. Katherine T. aert:: Schmidt of Jacksonville
Emerging and Developing
Jones, Lake Butler; two brothers !said Duval county will not be : fa s7oa )
versities are the University of
: C. R. Jones Welaka, and] satisfied with
; a two or three-
South Florida In Tampa, FlorIda _
\., A. M. Jones of Lake Butler; Atlantic University at Boca year( college. 1.LB.

r : and five nieces and one neph Raton, and two new ones "We'll have one million people 3 9j TOP

It : ew. authorized but not begun East I in the Duval area by the PKG.

I time. this plan is implemented.
: Services for Delbert W. Sapp, Orange County and West Flor- The people will not be bypassed PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 23RD
65, of Hawthorne, will be Monday ida University in Escamb i a with a two-year college," WINN-OIXIE: .TOMC*. INC REGULARLY 49* A LB.
L COPYRteHT-1..4 .
he said. >
I : at 4 p.m. in the Hawthorne County.
Board Member Charles Forman ...
Church with the Rev.
c South Florida and East Cen-
: Everett Boals officiating. of Fort Lauderdale said he -
I tral Florida Universities will
Mr. Sapp, a retired section f begin at the freshman level and considered the plan only a pre ,.

; : foreman for Seaboard Air Line the liminary report."It .
I' extend offerings through
: railroad, died Saturday in J. graduate level. Florida Atlantic hasn't even been discussed REGULAR $1.79 HORMEL BONELESS FULLY COOKED 1

j Hillis Miller Health Center. will begin at the junior lev- formally and there are cer-
: A native l of Green Cove, tain portions that I am at va-
I. el and offer degrees through the Canned Hams T/2-LB. CAN $ 29BANANAS
Springs, Fla., he moved to Hawthorne graduate level. riance with. \

I : 35 years ago. Mr. Sapp The University of West Flor- John Pace, board member SAVE 50*

: was a member of the Baptist from Pensacola, said the over-
with the
Ida will begin junior
church and the Hawthorne Masonic view underestimated the potential
year and provide offer ings
: Lodge. of West Florida."It .
the master's
through degree.
I Survivors include his wife, takes a negative view to-
Enrollment at South Florida,, wards us," Pace said.
: Cassie C. Sapp; four daughters j
Miss Corrine Sapp of Columbia Florida Atlantic and East Cen- More cold water was dashedon ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRY (REG. OR CRINKLE CUT)

I : S. C., Mrs. Mnnie: L. tral Florida will be limited to the ambitious plan by Sen

: Hawney of Seattle, Wash., 15,000 by 1975. West Florida Carraway, who reminded the Potatoes 41.
Mrs. Blanche Everett of Haines University will be held to 6,000 group that the 1965 legislature

: City, Fla. and Mrs. Rachael by that time. is not likely to bend over backwards 1 / PAN-REDI BREADED -:

Ridaught of .Hawthorne; two with new tax bills. I i 79
and A
.'A new group of two I 21
i sons, J. R. 'Sapp of Toledo, three-year institutions known as: "I can't see any legislators Shrimp

: Ohio and H. V. Sapp or Live State Colleges will emerge getting too excited about edu- ;
Oak '''Fla. three sisters Mrs. cation next after vot-.
I ; in year they
starting in 1965 heavily pop.ulated .
t Janie Wilkerson of Hawthorne, urban areas. These will ed $80 million for it in 1963.1 I t b S .f ...'
i Mrs. Lillie Morgan of Raiford, be upper division colleges with Most of us thought the $75 million ,,,. # I
Fla. and Mrs. Mattie Nazworth bond
I master's degree offerings in college program
dren. will would do the job for a while,"
limited areas. They concentrate -
Burial will be in Hawthorne said veteran of 10
Carraway a
in fields of Arts and Sci- Golden Ripe "'"
: Cemetery with Williams Tho- ences, teacher education, and years in the legislature and ,

mas Funeral Home in charge business administration. President of the Senate. I

of arrangements. Pallbearers Enrollment of the State Col- The Leon County senator said

include Sidney Martin, Harry casualties had been heavy
leges will be mainly from trans
I Baker, Dick Surrency, Joseph fer students in junior collegesin among his colleagues who vot-

Wood, Jeff McMeekin and J. the same urban areas. ed for the car tag increase to *JELLY .I

D. Merritt. First urban State College to finance higher education.

EZELLA ARRINGTON open will be in the Dade-Brow- "Some are no longer in the LB. 1 0 .. 4

: I TRENTON Funeral services ard area. It should be authorized -! legislature. One of them had to

: for Ezella Lovenia Arring- by the 1965 legislature and use a wheelbarrow to clear his

ton, 78, who died Friday: at a opened by 1969. yard of old car" tags thrown DEEP SOUTH PERSONAL SIZE

: Gainesville hospital, will be at Another in the Duval-Nassau- there in protest. n ---L
3 p.m. today at Pine Grove Baiy! Baker Clav St.- Johns Before adjourning the meet- SWEET -JUICY---- BARTLETT .. __ ..___ .v.a. "V raM
tist Church, with Rev. Hayes (COunty: area will authorized tnw..to Board Chairman Ravn--J- TOP
Harrison and Sen. Beth Johnson Regular 35 Regular 27c ,
Davis officiating. Pears 1 10 69
I I n 1965 and in operation by for
: Burial'' will be in Pine Grove :1 1970. : who acted in that capacity VALUE

Cemetery under the direction of for the legislators, vowed to exchange -LB.
The two-y ear junior 2 25 I 4 19!
information work STAMPS
Harrison Funeral Home. I college program will continue to : as JAR BARS
i : Miss Arrington was born in 1 be developed until they become continued in arriving at a satisfactory -

Bell and was a lifetime resident the main feeders of students f: plan.
Great For School Lunches
: of Gilchrist County. She was a into the upper division institu- "It's plain from the discussion Another Low W-D Sof SpecIal

; : member of the Baptist Church. there should be we heard today that the
Her parents were the late tions.either By a junior 1975 college or larger master education plan is a good K&&KSi. 1 tif.i 1m ft !:7 : -tL: ;" J }!C'4: L" Lf'D' "'rr.,.'':,J_'i.__".'_'_1 .:..],1.. !iE ,' 3

: Peter and Lona Arrington. state institution within commuting J[idea and a sound plan is boundto

Survivors include four brothers distance of 99 per cent j be developed from it," Sen. -
: Jessie ,Woo d Johnson said.More '
Arrington, y of the college age population. Blue BaH

Arrington and Lum Arrington, Admission policies will be TOP wm VALUE TW COUPON-STAMPS..-...

: all of Trenton, and Henry Ar- re evaluated so that criteria About Two Pico. FROZEN ,

: rington, Plant City; and one sis- uch as high school grades and Waffles KING SIZE DOWNYFUAKE

ter, Mrs. Alice Polk of Alachua t teacher recommendations will I 2/78 l
More About be considered in addition to the PinksFrom #11 --
: standard college placementtests. ANY WINM-tHXIf SELECTS'

ReitzFrom The. first indication that the 1 I_" _-ii EXTRA PINK. '? l h

legislative subcommittee was- Page TOP VALUE STAMPS /' is i

n't buying the whole plan as it -
before be hired. In /
: Page 1 is word came from Rep. Asher I they can :.:
who claimed the new state :addition, they are fingerprintedand Cake 89!
: housed In the vorst building in in Pensacola had : therefore checked by the ,P GOOD THRU &CPTCMBM 26-n s
America. university #82 Save 26c Tall Con
been "discriminated" againstin AT AMY WIMIlBUUt
: "11 there are political con- FBI.The I
not being allowed to have a'h.D. conducts thorough
university a
: siderations 1 nth i is budget, '
leave those to the legislature program. I screening of each pro- EXTRA 39? U

: where they belong. Make your The university of West Flor- spective faculty member, including TOP VALUE STAMPS .
ida, as it will be known, is I follow-up phone calls, WITH R.j CaroRlM\0ONC
own priority based on the actual -
to admit its first PK or S BYRON'S
: need. not scheduled ]letters of recommendation a nd FROZEN PURE BAR.B0Sandwiches

A music building for the Uni- student until the fall of 1967. .a four page questionaire,_ ac- 99 .

: versity of Florida'Is 59th en the Asher said the master educa cording to Dean Robert Mautz, GOOD THRU SEPTCM.H 26TH 1

: priority list and the psychology tion plan authorized Ph.D. programs 'vice president in charge of aca- AT AMY VIIHI.OIKH #13 ES '
building 61stStab for Florida Atlantic Uni- demic affairs at the UF.
versity in Boca Raton but not President Gordon BIackw e 11

: Victim for the Pensacola school. said, "It is my firm belief thatno E XT t j '1 BROWN 'N SERVE DINNER

"We're the only university be- member of our faculty and TOP VALUE STAMPS 19,
: A Negro stabbing victim was sides Florida A and M restricted staff is a Communist or Com- MM IMC QUO.M*MKMMI mONC R 0 II 5 Reg. IS g
: in fair condition Saturday in from Ph. D. programs. This munist sympathizer." BREADED VEAL CUBE I
Alachua General Hospital and! Steaks 79 ANGEL FOOD
will make us weaker. We have Dr. Blackwell said every
: his alleged assailant was held 1,000 acres. Don't knock us member of his faculty has sign- GOOD THRU SCFTCMBCK: XSTM Reg. 39'

: in city jail on charges of as- down before we get off the ed the loyalty oath. AT AMY WMM-OUUf #** CRACKIN' GOOD C ake PockogeSALTINES 29,

sault with a deadly weapon. he said.
ground, No one at the University of
: James A. Sawyer, 510 SE 1st Culpepper replied that the South Florida has violated the EXT RA

St., was rushed to the hospital Ph. D. programs would be authorized -loyalty oath as far 'as he TOP VALUE STAMPS Save 8e 1-Lb. Box

: early Saturday morning afterr where there was a knows, said President John. ONIE-;=tf

: police were called to his home., need for them, not as a status Allen. PlCKVCJT.. <>. .it.BOL06MA. M.. 1

f', He was bleeding heavily from a I symbol_ to satisfy sectional I "It is illegal to employ Com-' Luncheon Meat 15 ;
: knife wound in the chest. pride. munists in _state jobs in Flori-- GOOD THRU SCPTCUBDI XSTM

Officers arrested CelestaScott I "We ,will protect quality and da. The university has signed AT ANY Vll 4.BOOt ass .

: 33, Negro, and chargedher I integrity of the programs 'now loyalty' 'oaths on .all its em 4 Individual Pack_to Packog .

$ with assault. The woman al under way," he said., "That can ployes,',I know ,of na, one who r ,

so was held for investigation oi f r never be done if we give in to has violated that oath" Allen .
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--- assault to commit murder. chamber of commerce pressureand said., *r. -- 1

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). ReportAccident Roundup : SHCP- TODAY' NOON TO 7 P.M.I I

i! Involved in accidents reportedby I
the Gainesville Police Department muul1mlllnIUUlUIIIIIllI

and the Ala chua !

i County Adam past Sheriff's 36 W.hours Cronwell were Office, :1124 duringthe NW J. M. FIELDS SHATTERS' PRICES ON TOP I B: J 1 h! } l 'm" "ilium!

1 lhr"

a.m.and 5th Ave.17th Saturday St.and l parked at NW car 5th, at Ave.2:23: -' -'- - < '-. 1

Henry F. Hollingsworth 2880 I '1 I.f
SE 15th Ave. and Charles M. .f (I I II "
Williams, 2924 SE 13th Place, at 11,1 'I
7:04 p.m. Friday at E. Univer- 1 1I I
sity Ave. and Waldo Road. Ill I I ;, I I I I
Samuel J. Jones, 2731 Willis- II
I ton Road and a parked car, at :
5:05 pjn. Friday at NW 16th '
Ave. and 10th Ter. I "'
Emily R. Freeman, 1111 NE NDFREEZERS \ : 4'I

: 31st Ave. and Ann B. Tuten 1101 H I .
,NE 16th Ave., at 4:07 pjn. Friday r I J. ,
at NW 13th St. and 16th ..4 1 1I

Ave.Katharine B K BB 9nBl H9 H Ui Hl i !iI ?k' i
G. Bristowe, 1021 i '

NE 7th Ave. and Phyllis E. I QUALITY ",111 FAMOUSRCA t e ; : .
Hodges, 314 S. Main St., at 3:43 :; ':
I p.m. Friday in the 1600 block of I Discount' I .. "
a NW 13th St.Mildred l; III" > I "
B. Dovell, 1004 NW :
': 15th Ave. and James R. Lawrence I I .iM sisiislSs8f .
711 NE 5th Ter., at 2:53 II II'I'I',11 111 111 "
ll m 'L! lluullllli, !,'' I,IIIIIIL Q
p.m. Friday at NE 8th Ave. and I I'''''''' '''"' ; '
I' : .. -J. 1.1 : Q
if 8th Blvd. .. t1! -J.
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Milford Ridgeway, Trenton, EVERY STYLEEJERY flfi, H'Y ,iiJ9, I.. '"'.."1. UI ) I \2!) 'Y'V 4 t

i .I Fla.Springs and, at Milton 2:07 pjn.Daniel Friday High at .. SIZE {:<'' fJ .I'I'-; -:: '><' ] v.n.,.] ; t 12.9 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR I j ...' ; }:. ,, ( 11 Cu. Ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER

\ S. Main St. and the Williston ;1(; > .' :> '>'- nL._ a 87 Ib. freezer storage ::: ,"" _rm?-="'".71' .Ifl H 331 Ib. storage
: :
cut-off. I t ;; ::: Huge porcelain crisper .>...'. it > I : capacity ,
R :'::": .i-:: : IS .
Dorothy J..Zasler, 906 SW 6th ALL PRICES il2" I' Butter & egg storage I ; I"' '. I J Five spaciousdoor
Ave. .and,William H. HancockJr. ./::;:': .: '''" ; 17 Ib.frozen meat tray$148i I 'i.:.:' t\! I ,fl 1 ;.; : shelves $148
{ _
.., Lithia, Fla., 'at 10:42: a.m.I., DELIVERY :f?; E !( .. High capacity door I "s.: II' Ii's; :I True zero zone
i freezing s
Friday at SW 12th St. and 5th i\. Model number EKL13CL ; Y
.. : f
Ave. ...... Priced with oper.trade I '."' ... :' Four open-grid
I Charles L. Hicks, 1130 SE 19th FREE SERVICE ;: '4 > SPECIAL: I .UC-l SPECIAL Model I number
Y-: : Priced with tradeFROST
Ter. and Ernest. G. Marlow, PURCHASE I z PURCHASE oper.
Charleston, S. C,, at 9:55: _____
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Friday at SW 13th St. and 2nd -- -- 1\1\ fffiFf
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Ave.Lynne 'A. Barnes, 1928 NW 1st FI' I jf' ; ,= / ,. .
1t Ave and Lloyd L. Brown, 804 11 "" I. \ -. i .
NW 36th Ter., at 7:20 Fri- r' ..: .. : .
ajn. Lr 'ij \ [1- =:: _" '
!rl.- ,
day in the 1700 block of W. Uni- \=--- a.. ;:; .: I ,__ "
.... & r : .\ ,, :... :
Ave. .. l'Jj"
versity Krlsty A. Jones, 831 W. Pan- \ ........ .;........T FREE :i : 1-,..:[-. .:.:: : I :! :.1Ii I fl.'! :'' t4 /, ,j!.' i i _d.' ', .. ,.
; .
hellenic Drive; and a parked car, :01 \ : ;;... :-: i IJ'- I .. .. "
: .
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at 12:16 pjn. Saturday in the :. 'i :\ i I '..;..," "''' 1 .; 1 'Vi .. ....:___ .
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-. ; trJ"'lltaJI( ; ;{ : x:4: -. ): .
1200 block of SW 9th Ave. t' ---.. "...;' \. .i .. :U l' .IIVNII' .I'f' I A" "". 'r] "" ... .:::!"' -' .
Lorenzo C. Elliott, 1103 NE t ''' *
.' ... ,, .,.... .
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25th Ter. and Albert L. Jones, -- h ; : tr. .'. If f \r .
/ J!'': l !- f i .
2019 NW 7th Ter., at 12:08: p.m. ,. .1 i\\ : ...:... l 'r :I:/ I tit ;' .' f1 l : :i''
NE 8th Ave. and 8th .. 1 .
at ,
Saturday r\\\\ \ : fl. '' '
\ Blvd. 1 .h"IL l" ;., \" ; : ;" \ I l f it : f :

Donald P. Petrucci Jr., 2832 I ; :E'U'; : : :" 77.:;!: ( .t I I 'ff UfUII "

NE 11th Drive and Willie L. .i'J, J ... J .. i.'I_ .. J : : _y..
( :(:" ':' r j I .. II L '1 --- __ ,.. :
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Brinson, 719 NW 12th Ter., at _. HI. -" l M:;>{.' IJ!..?.:.:>:fm'2-ld. ,i.:'<..,...;..........'' j..4. .,! .,
8:49 a.m. Saturday in the .,, ,... -.. : I 3i';) 11 L c91i I"' III .""
==- l JlL. ItJ,.
> f .., : > i.
Gainesville Center \
Shopping I .
I !\ 1t1 iPf'l :'1 : ; >
f lot. \ \! 'c--' :: : '.
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DWI I ; 9 I KELVIN :I l I1fi "

Andrew W. ,Montgomery, At- r 0 '
lanta% Ga., was arrested by ELECTRIC N18' FT. R : : :

() Gainesville police at 11:36 ajn. '. Faa _. .. .
Saturday and charged with G t RAMA 1. .
11'58 '1Ct'otingcorcf( .. :
cu' II -fl
driving while intoxicated. R
R iii 72 .
000 Cia food / .3 -
Adam W. Cromwell, 1124 NW CU. fT. .- ) Cof d. 183 Pound fre c? CU F T.2 x'
1" ;
Est ez
r I
5th Ave., was arrested by Ful-w( ve Beta be( p $ A&It. RE
} Gainesville police Saturday at 100b.\ .freezer storage Cris er Pri ce dwt td th h d of rY c he : s P er I ; 100 ib.. ;t".ssKKgfe: -9erot FRIGERATOR' : "
lain P or
$238 o 3,99
4 2:15 ajn. in the 1700 block of Huge porce shelves' .j. Per trade I : .
NW 5th Ave. and charged with High. capacity oar ; < .
storage '
&.8g9 I
driving while intoxicated. .: Butter :
5.year' unitwananry. 'tfO. I Priced hberEK112F $11
th opere
i ; priced yn .trade
GilchriStGets I .
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Pasture Use :. I
f r

/ County TRENTON farmers have- been Gilchrist reminded \ : ; I I Ii

i that acreages taken out
of. ,crop production under U.s.Departnient .
of Agriculture di I Sa I I I ii i III :s t. a

version programs may be used ..x _
for temporary grazing.
1 The USDA recently agreed tc a 1I
this, emergency step in orderto
help farmers in Florida and

Georgia counties flooded by I [ I F1 I _ _

Hurricane Dora. '..'' I Afi I Ao > l
Prior approval for grazingthe I I : r I
diverted acreage must bt
obtained from the County ASC
Committee. Farmers were alsc
reminded that they cannot renltheir !t t
diverted acreage to othen KELVINATOR KELVINATOR

for grazing Gilchrist purposes.A County. disastei 13.68 CU. FT. 2-DR. REFRIG. 9.bbCU.FT. FREEZER 14.1f CU. FT. FREEZER I 23 CU. FT. FREEZER I

committee recently assessed local -I '. No Defrost--0 Temp Freezer 371 Ib.storage capacity .JjCeTvinator Frost system *
crop and pasture damagi e'' 105 Ib. freezer capacity $ Super storage door shelved $ Super storage door shelves $ Signal Slide'n'lite store basket control
at $255,000. A report of this dam i Built-in- Porcelain A le control defrost Temp drain $2 3 9
age was forwarded to the Stat e Priced with oper.trade Priced with oper.trade Priced with oper.trade
Disaster Committee. Model ERH23 with trod

County Agent Jim Yelving
"' ton said yesterday that the local \\IIIIlIt1UUlIIIIIIII 11 I ; !i.; '!lliililillil1IVlilllilllllllllIGiillllllllii11IIIIIiIIIIII! ; IIIIblflilllJllirI! !: !l!! I,' \nllllllllll I II ll IIIIII:::::::!!.::N.:.'::;illlllllmlmHl II lllillll! llillDIUmllimmlllllnllnnn! l II ll! 1111 I IIIII GIII'uiilllliiNl>'f! Ilqliggliuruluulmlall! lll lllglrylllll !I 111 I(Ilnl, IgUllgIIIIIIqqqLqqIGI11BIlIIIIUIqI I I I.III n,+7,alglglqllllC,Im,,+{<;Iu'! !llRl q i

( Committee has not appliet III'111 .. 1\\
for a federal emergency loan ; I -- yd
He said the damage report wa: _. r

submitted' in case help is needed It i I '\ Ii 500 Ii I I fFa
and so that farmers coult \ V $ ,
set aid from sources available ) III
Bishop Thomas is chairmaiof I Per l
the local disaster committee. I
Harley Moore is secrets Week

and Jones Yelvington are members.and Percj !I I I I

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,ReportAccident Roundup 1 1f. SHOP- TODAY NOON TO 7 P.M. t

Involved in accidents
f.1. by the Gainesville Polke De 'lInl1lnl1ml1ImunlunI t

: partment and the Ala chug x I Q I

I 1 I '' a.m.County and 5th Adam past Ave.17th Saturday Sheriff's 36 W.St.and hours CronweU parked at were Office NW car:1124 5th,duringthe at Ave.2:23 NW/i J. M. FIELDS I I SHATTERS 1 PRICES 1 ON I TOP B: 1 I'' In Im: lir, (T"i! :.:::If:I-'ill- m ,

Henry F. Hollingsworth 2880 ,
SE 15th Ave. and Charles M. 'ft I 1 i u'"' J
]I .
Williams, 2924 SE 13th Place, at :
. 7:04 p.m. Friday at E. Univer-
sity Ave. and Waldo Road. I I I I ,
Samuel J. Jones 2731 Willis- II IIL ;
ton Road ,and a parked car, at "
5:05: p.m. Friday at NW 16th '
\ Ave. and 10th Ter. I L, '
, Emily R. Freeman, 1111 NE AtIDEREEZERS l i
! 31st Ave. and Ann B. Tuten 1101 I ..
,,NE 16th Ave., at 4:07: p.m.' Friday I i. '
, at NW 13th St. and 16th J I Ia

I '
Ave.Katharine G. Bristowe, 1021 I '
NE 7th Ave. and Phyllis E., il QUALITY FAMOUSWHIRLPOOL.'' : s 0 s ; ,
Hodges 314 S. Main St., at 3:43: "d' "
pjn. Friday in the 1600 block of DISCOUNT
NW 13th St.Mildred I 0 '
I i GENERAL: : 'sI
B. Dovell 1004 NW

15th Ave., 711 and NE 5th James Ter.,R.at Lawrence 2:53'-'I !I I l IIII II IIII III I I ) '

l.111 Q ....
, p.m.:Friday at NE 8th Ave. and "'"''' '''" 11 > Q
I I1 I1EVERY "_ > *S'it'1L140't' :r-
8th Blvd. STYLE 1. I > ...,. a' .
Milford Trenton, : IrY' IUU' i t\ll "
Ridgeway t' { :! I' ; rIllinfJ! :
Fla. and Milton Daniel, High t: tl /'it-//, ;w. 12.9 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR 11 Cu. Ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER
Springs at 2:07: p.m. Friday at< E .: ;. ',: r: ... ..' r 'J 1

S. Main St. and the Williston JLELRpYRISCIEZSE :.' Iw, ; : 87 Ib. freezer storage fKHuge :r f: ?:: :: !\ 0 331 Ib. storage i
ci1t- ff. ) porcelain j cris P'I, capacity \ t
I :>,i:..r: : 0Ll. "jL' ,1.I'I ,:.:'{. ,..... 1 Five spacious ?
Dorothy J. Zasler, 906 SW 6th .::';::;:;. :.'.' .... : Butter & egg storage. iff : .. doorshelves
Ave. ,and William H. HancockJr. }\j : -0."' : : .1716. frozen meat tray I :>; iti .. !- t f" 1
t. i $148
.., Lithia, Fla., at 10:42 a.m. Ii I High capacity door shelves) i a True zero zone
Friday at SW 12th St. and 5th ,FREE DELIVERY. ;;::" ., j i .- Mode! number EKL13CL I .i' ..-_ it I, Sealed freezing s Y
Ave. ;t ........ .' A:..: Priced with oper.trade I ') :- 'h.: Four open-grid s h I

( Charles L. Hicks, 1130 SE 19th .' FREE SERVICE ,[i : I cs. : SPECIAL: ; Model I number
Ter. and Ernest. G. Marlow, i PURCHASEs7 I' 1 ;: PURCHASE Priced with oper.tradeifc
4 Charleston S. 'C., at 9:55 a.m. _____
:; _
\ I *--sr? P*"*=** '*'"** ''' ___ i \.f !
2nd S**SSi *' rZZ"ZZ SZ
Friday at SW 13th St. and i \L -
.=----_ ri -- '
: c- f -":
Ave.Lynne 'A. Barnes, 1928 NW 1st \ //l i : .
Ave and. L. Brown 804 r.JIR ilVr-. -fl\: J.. r -----" I --::: ".
Lloyd PI ILl ." .
I \ .. .
( 'n::; :f "
NW 36th Ter., at 7:20 a.m. Fri- \ .i::: ,.-
day in the 1700 block of W. Uni FROST ;.j o. I ; _
versity Ave. .. .g, :: !
.._... -' FREE : I i :
Kristy A. Jones, 831 W. Pan- .......:..- '::; .' Ii" :
hellenic Drive and a parked car, \\:.: ;,j J i \. .1' : ,_ ; I .' ;
at 12:16 p.m. Saturday in the : l".I.\ i ,.. :u: Jl::; ", I 0'i.? I .. .. .. t tv. .. ft
: I .
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1200 block of SW 9th Ave. 1 : 1'1<;,. IL1. \ -U.="! ... t li< .! ,/I' 1; .. ) ". l-ll +".
If '
Lorenzo C. Elliott, 1103 NE ,
25th Ter. and Albert L. Jones, t:i. :\. I ) I 6.. i-,.. ... ff '.:.t $' ' ;;;:
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H I'f &:
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2019 NW 7th Ter., at 12:08 p.m. iii! }" : ... .. '- !i r-1 c, i.I I -r-p:: S .::i;- ",., -' f :r.
"' Saturday NE 8th Ave. and 8th 'I L r. fl.!. }. Hi .- j t .. '-
; j !
L. i"z9 : I i .
\ \
Blvd. ;\. .: .; :;: .J. .. :' 'M fJ ifSf .
I ,.. .. en. <;: .: W j. -
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Donald P. Petrucci Jr., 2832 .... ,;U :;' t- I : I : i .. ':tIil: ,,
NE 11th Drive and Willie L. l' :" F. 1. : .: f ...._ :
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..., ::::;: I :r. : I .
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Brinson, 719 NW 12th Ter., at -1/{/ I ::;, ;;:: .
cins I fG kI..ky ij / Iff ; i" .
8:49 a.m. Saturday in the i ; J ; :* '
f1J1." ;:;: IIah.'ftJ,_
-- >"" ;:
Gainesville Shopping Center ........ : '- '" ; I Lti- .b .::: Ii11 ::>;
"-1\\ S!!! :

\parking lot. DWI .jffj ...r... r.. %", i K El Vt a /I II ":,I=: Jf1 1 'f .''.-, '

I Andrew W. ,Montgomery, At- I r.

lanta, Ga., was arrested by ...LElECtRIC. 1 I .,
Gainesville police at 11:36 a.m. .
Saturday and charged with GeBERA R .., 'W"
driving while intoxicated. OR R E R 1 G I I' b.lf .....&. .
Adam W. Cromwell, 1124 NW CU. F T. 2 : ,-
12 2
5th Ave., was arrested by I R. bE .
Gainesville police Saturday at 1 00 \ ,.freezer storage cns er S. ; ) : 9erat FRIGERATOR'Huge -'
p or
2:15 a.m. in the 1700 block of : porce door shelves $23 freezer ..-
NW 5th Ave and charged with .' High. capoC1t'f storage: > P eer rY '
driving while intoxicated. .' Butt &:egg ty .
r uni' $1
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TRENTON Gilchrist\
County farmers have been reminded -
taken out I: P fi.
that acreages i
of crop production under u.s.
Department: : of Agriculture di-
version programs may be used
for temporary grazing. I
t ;.The USDA recently agreed to, I
, tfuX emergency step in order i
t to' help farmers in Florida and,
Georgia counties flooded by II'' 4 : 1 I Ic
Hurricane Dora. I
t Prior approval for grazing'
,,I. : ; the diverted acreage must be i
obtained from the County ASC i
Committee. Farmers were also'

I reminded their diverted that acreage they cannot to others rent I'! KELVINATOR I KELVINATOR I KELVINATOR I 4 I

I for A grazing Gilchrist purposes., County disaster I II '.13.68 CU. FT. 2DR. RE FIG. 9.66 CU. FT. FREEZER S14.1 M CU. FT. FREEZER 23 CU. FT. FREEZER

I committee recently assessed local No Defrost 0 Freezer
-- Temp 371 Ib. storage capacity llCeMnatorNoFrostsystem' *
f crop and pasture damage 105 lb. freezer capacity $218' Super storage door shelves Super storage door shelves Signal Slide'n'lite store Temp basket control
at $255,000. A report of this dam: Porcelain sliding meat tray Adjustable temp control $148 Slide out storage basket $169 Built-in defrost drain $239
Disaster age was forwarded Committee.to the State Priced with oper.trade Priced with oper.trade Priced with oper.trade Model ERH23 with trade1IIlUlIiIllllllllllIU

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JOHN K. HARRISON President M4PubHskeri
-. PAT COWLES. Vic Pmi-
Florida's Beautiful dead Ed JOHNSON Vic PmMtnt -
and EMCvtivt Editor* W. G. (Kill) II By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
University City' 9f EBERSOLE VICe FrtsMMt and Advtrtamf RALPH McGILL
Painter Fro WtaaJuf Pefctitker
a Director 101 TABTAGLIONE
VK Prsidat and ClrcoUUoi MU..*... Of lie AUuU. (G*.) C.nitiUtU> Senator Goldwater has opened up an issue for which there is

no more important in the domestic scene, it seems to me. 1"
i GoldwaterAnd And his doing so has elicited howls of pain and rage from- "

1. Report the news fully and Imptrtially In the news columns. .. are you surprised precisely those forces who pledge ;t
2. Express the of the Sun in-but only in--editorial .
opinions 7
their eternal allegiance to freedom of speech and to the imperatives ;;
3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.
f of rhetorical moderation.THE I
E r i The Sun's telephones: All Department: -372-8441 'c.

Want Ads--376-4672 I MAN IN Washington most influential in matters that ,

iE.i JavitsWashington i d1a have to do with the Supreme Court, with the single exception "

il of Chief Justice Warren himself and of course the President f

is Mr. Emanuel Celler, chairman of the Judiciary Committee .

II 'Conventional9 Wars Notebook-t h e Q of the House of Representatives. Said he, reacting to Senator

ntradictions in Senat o rGoldwater's Ul 55RRESPONS a d Goldwater's speech: "-an act of) violent demagoguerywhich '. I

With all due respect to President but this habit should not be minimized reasoning and # o o ( ) can only incite disrespect for law and order." To

k Johnson and Senator Barry Gold- as mere conventionality. Wars and statements continue to fascinate \ \BL6 '. q make absolutely sure he had made his point, RepresentativeCeller

water, we think it is time to stop weapons of war have always been researchers. In his \ t\ t.wrs. I. urged the nation to beware of Goldwater much as it

using the word "conventional" to full of the unexpected and the ter- search for Southern strengthin : / ;; i Q would beware of Hitler or Mussolini." one of the first

describe weapons or warfare, whether rible. the presidential race, the and surest steps to totalitarianism is taking away the independence

you draw the line to exclude any Senator from Arizona voted "'", "' of the courts of a nation. That was what Hitler and

nuclear weapons at all with Presi- The word "conventional" into against the civil rights act "'/'' '- z-: Mussolini did. ."
the came .
dent Johnson to exclude larger
or -
and said he believed all such The trouble with EmanuelCeller's
nuclear with Senator use for non-nuclear wars and wea-
weapons matters should be left to the squid-like reactionto
; Goldwater. pons at a moment of history when nuclear states and local governments.But THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST Senator Goldwater's chargeis

weapons were brand new and that it presupposes that

Why not just say "non-nuclear" if few. Today they are many. Today one wonders what the any criticism of the leader-

that is what you mean? Or if you many, many thousands are trainedin senator had been think ing in the South ship of the Supreme Court

1,1 draw the line somewhere within the their use, while hundreds of millions about in previous months and Barry equals dependence an attack of the on Court.the in-To

8 family of nuclear' weapons, why not depend upon the threat of using years when he supported anti- take such a position is to

draw it in terms of explosive power, them for what they still call "security. Southern coercive am e n d- assume that there never has
I Nrui Hark <]5tma cops were streaking up and edly more representative of
in kilotons? Meanwhile, non-nuclear killing ments of the Adam Clayton been, and could not possiblybe
JAMES RESTONMONTGOMERY down the rolling streets with majority feeling in the Old
Powell-Jacob Javits such a thing as judicial
on in parts of the.globe type.
goes many Goldwater banners fly i n g Confederacy than Johnson's,
with all its miseries and They ran contrary to state's Ala The abuse, or judicial tyranny.
"Conventional" was never a very dangers. from the aerials of their but nowhere does he inspire

F good word. Deliberate killing has rights and local control. They hard road from Atlanta t o motorbikes. Young men were greater mass emotion thanat SUPPOSE MR. CELLER'S

been a matter of habit with mankind What's so "conventional" about directly, and without Montgomery runs for almost brandishing brooms and promising the very center of the philosophy had obtained in
200 miles through Coweta and
"v at the of their white movement.HE .
( during much of history, to be sure, either? recourse, would have de- Troup Counties in Georgia to top supremancy 1857, at the time the Supreme
prived the Southern states of voices to sweep Lyndon out of Court laid down the Dred
the Chattahoochee River, and the White House. There GOT ONLY medium
wasa a
federal funds for various Scott decision whose
projects meaningwas
including hospitals and thence through Lee and Ma- mammoth barbecue in pro hello from the Montgome r y in effect that Negroesare

I College Asks to Desegregate aid to the aged.SENATOR con Counties in Alabama to cess across the street from crowd for his promises to end not human beings but
this "Cradle of the Old Con-
the stadium, where the faith- the draft and stamp out in- merely pieces of property?

It, is a switch, but a logical one, ing out students to add variety- GOLDWATERvoted federacy.This is cotton and ful could fortify themselves in flation, but when he mentioned Would it have been an at-
county various and listen President Johnson th
for them. ways to e y
tack the
for fashionable Sweet Brair College from other regions from upon independenceof
youngsters once out of Atlanta, it looks
anti-Johnson songs over the booed, and when he attackedthe the Court to have
l in Richmond, Va., to be petitioninga other countries, from other social On May 1, 1963, Senator Ja- like Goldwater country all loudspeaker.By Supreme Court of the United railed Supreme against that decision- '

court for permission to desegregateas vits introduced an amendmentto the way. In Atlanta, the Ne- States howled and
classes, from minority races. They the time Barry arrived as for instance Ralph Waldo
withhold federal funds from are registering and will
students. The will groes roared with delight.He l
a duty to its more than 20,000 people had Emerson and Henry Thoreaudid
feel they are not doing a edu- rural housing for the elderlyin probably swing a majority of
i of its founder clearly says it is for proper states that discrimination the votes in the Georgia jammed the stadium, each of urged the young peopleto ? And the New York
and and cational job for their own clientele of practice capital them armed with a Gold- believe that the Republicans Times? And Abraham Lincoln -
"white girls young women, or segregation in to President Johnson, but
banner stick. On would restore sta t e's ?
the Virginia attorney general is resisting wealthy youngsters unless they expose the Farmers' Home Adminis- along the winding road to the water on a
the field, covering the entire rights and the principles the
the petition. But the college them to the great world beyond tration programs. Senator Ja- river one seldom sees a John- expanse from one goal post to old Democratic Party had Those who are increasingly -
vits said his fundamental the- son sticker, and beyond the impatient with Senator
their convertibles. ,
authorities feel that an institution of another, were 700 young women abandoned. He told them that
sis was to cut off, on an river Johnson is either ignored Goldwater should consider
"must in white formal dresses the military could handle the
state and national stature now
across-the-board position, all or condemned.AT the difficulty he has in mak-
and about fellow waving American flags, and situation in Viet Nam if only
be in a position to admit qualified Ignorance federal money to Mississippi. ing his points, so poised are
C above in the clear night skyan they were encouraged or per-
regardless of race, creed or human beings of other races, NEWNAN the seat of his critics to emit their keen-
i persons Senator Goldwater voted for airplane circled slowl y mitted to do so. And he as-
classes, faiths and nationalities are Coweta County, there is a ing criticisms of his remarks.The .
color. serted that had
the Javits amendment.On with a moving electric sign no people
handicaps in the modern world, nota large Goldwater-Miller si g n reading: "In Your Heart You ever lost their freed o m Senator said that the
22 above a store on the village Supreme Court is these days
1961 Senator
Swank Northern colleges for some "way of life" to be cherished and Bush,May of Connecticut, offeredan square and a huge bale of Know He's Right-Ba r r yGoldwater.'l through invasion Czechs., which will "the least faithful to the con-
be to the
time now ha been_ deliberately seek- reinforced. amendment to withh old fresh cotton outside to b e news stitutional tradition of limit.

aid-to education grants to raffled off for campal g n THE SOUTH has put o n ed government of the three
ALL THIS he did with an
many political shows, but "
funds. The headquarters are branches of government. He
states which are not "in good
look and calm voicein
none could have been much earnest a
I faith..proceeding toward full well and agreeably run b y singled out as examples the
I better than this. With all these the name of honor justice -
with the constitu- Goldwater volunteers, who of- two decisions of the Supreme
Voice of the People compliance tional requirement that racial fer Cokes and what is called lovely belles nailed to the morality and freedom. Court respecting school prayer
mind if he traveled
gridiron in their highheeledshoes Never
,i I discriminat ion be ended in "literature" even to membersof and reapportionm e.n t.
of miles throughthe
that valiant defenderof thousands
schools." the Wicked Eastern es- These two issues are not the
I I't public tablishment the virtues of Southern Southland, and seldom subject of this analysis, but
press. Womanhood, Cotton Ed Smithof mentioned the Negro or even
; On The Sun's Opinion Page SENATOR GOLDWATERvoted Yes, they are very serious rather the question whether it
South Carolina would have of them; the
saw very many is
for it. Yet, he is the about this election, they ex- any
I Opinions; and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters who tells he did plain. It is sort of a "last been in glory.It trip was undoubtedly a success criticize the Court.
't must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot man now was part fashion show, wherever he went."I .
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the poper. Poetry cannot be used. The not think the decision consti chance, they say, to pre- part revival meeting, held, think I'll just stay herein Senator Goldwater uttereda
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or tution a 1 and believes t h estates serve ways that are obviously -
the South and campaign"
appropriately enough, on the sentence which in my judg-
I intent. should have had con- dear to them. They talk
field where the North and he said.
I 2 Ways toN Read"Conservative" 1. When a man says ICrightist" and traditional pro p e rty trol. (Congressional Record, about Goldwater as if he were South college football stars "Y'all come back," the ment he or is as profound has recently any
somehow sent to del i anyone
and is using the termin rights. page 7, 943.) v e r
replay the Civil War every girls cried to him as he went made, when he said in his
them and would not
I its original sense,correctly i.e. a 5. The proposed ordinanceis On July 31, 1961, Senator again., If they failed com this e autumn, and when Barry arrived away, and he promised that speech to the political scien-
conservative -
may confiscatory as it allows the Goldwater supported Senator time would have lost the place was jumpingwith he would. tists in Chicago liT h e
: with they
associate the term ,
1 EDITOR, Sun: The political city to force a freeholder to Javits' amendment to with- excitement. "If I get treated as well question under our system of
Miller not election but
term "extreme right" is in Barry Goldwater, Bill make improvements that he hold funds from airport terminals only an a This tells us something everywhere as I have in the government is not simply
Lausche After Johnson
Frank it wouldbe
vogue these days, as we all John Tower, may not be able to pay for or with segretated facil- cause about the drift of the cam- South," he told them, "I know what decision is right, but

know. I got to exploring its Strom Thurmond, etc. upon his refusal it allows the ities. Kennedy and more Ken- paign. Goldwater has a strong one tired rancher who'll be also who has the right to de

origins via the dictionary the 2. If a man uses the term city to contract for improve- nedys. This "last chance" argument appeal everywhere I nth e retiring to his ranch in Tex- cide: only when the latter

other day and came up withan "rightist" in its later popu- ments and or repairs and On August 14, 1963, Senator may be very effectivein South. His views are undoubted as." question is answered, should

interesting line of reason- lar sense, i.e. National Socialist then assess as taxes the cost Goldwater supported Senator the South. --------- the former be considered."
; he is clearly talking of such repairs or improve- Javits' amendment to the Na- There was no Johnson head- "That is quintessential conservative

h ing.As I understand it, the about Lyndon Johnson, Hu- ments. This is also a violation tional Service Crops prohibiting quarters in Newnan, and none 'CROCK'A doctrine, for those
Ken- of the freedom of volunteers from in Lagrange, the next county ChampionFor
term "on the right" originally bert Humphrey, Bobby con- assisting who wonder what conserva-
meant one who sat on the nedy, Arthur Schlesinger Jr., tract." deprived Americans in hospitals seat, but again there was a tism consists in, and Senator

right hand of the Presidentin et al. Perhaps this petition had homes for the elderly, prominent Goldwater st o r e CarpetbaggersCROCK Goldwater brilliantly lives up

the French parliame n t. Please correct me if I'm some effect since the commis- mental institutions, etc., that peddling orange pop call e d"Goldwater" to his function as a crystalli- +'
The term came to be as- sion has consider- are segregated. (Congressional and passing out zer of the conservative posh
wrong. postponed Nw Tart Time
i Record as in Newnan, the gospel according ( ), taking as their
with conservat v es
sociated D. SANDERS page 14000. tion by uttering it.
and-or monarchists, which ation of this proposed code to Barry, plus the NEW YORK-In the na- motto: "Fote for the candidate -

interpretation indefinitely.P. On April 10, 1963, Senator other standard denunciationsof tion's two largest st ate s, of your choice in the
I was its popular Acted Against W. THOMPSON Goldwater voted for SenatorJavits' the heretics: "A Texa n California and New York, the state of his choice." OUR SYSTEM of govern
perhaps 50 years ago. ment is one in which
word is be-
amendment wh 1 h "Carpetbagger" Their manifesto concludes
c :
II looks at Lyndon-A Study in
War we
During World dure is greatly important: be-
Code which would have ing bandied about as a political in fact
became accustomed to asso- Housing 'Other Side' prohibited Illegitimate Power), by J. "Carpetbagging may cause procedure takes into
aid from to the epithet. Now, in re- extend and be-
going internationally
ciating the term "e x t reme Evetts Haley, and "A Choice account the of
right" with the National Socialist EDITOR, Sun: The Gaines- Was OneSidedEDITOR Youth Conservation Corps in Not an Echo" by Phyl i s taliation, nine Californianswho come the key to world peace. their customs ways their tradition a people

movement in Germany.I ville Sun's report of the hear- any state that discriminated Schlafly. (Over 7 million cop- ( not incidentally, are For when every country is their of ,
believe that I am correctin ing on the proposed Housing Sun:' "The Other against or segregated wo r k- ies of Haley's book have now opening on Broadway in a ruled by a carpetbagger from way looking things
-their of life. The
Code by the City Commissioners Side *" The ers. (Congressional Record satirical review called 'TheCommittee" another land, nationaIism- way argument -
of Sun
saying that this is the im- the Story, ( been "sold"). Senator Goldwater is
plication intended in its cur- on Tuesday, Sept. 8, fail- Sept. 11, Voice) it seems to page 59167.) ) are promising a which makes wars-will van- ,
is not whether is"right"
ed to report that I presentedto c r u sade for carpetbaggersaround ish in complete confusion. saying, Jt
rent application in political me, WAS what the editor IN THE ALABAMA capitalof
oratory and propaganda.If the commissioners a peti- wanted in it. ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1963, Montgomery, hours before the world. "We may even see the day the or "wrong"
of the heavens
+ we are willing to allow tion against the proposedcode Senator Goldwater supported Barry arrived the atmos- Their first step was to form when we can say, "where aspect _
The Atlanta Times, barelya that the Regents of New York
signed by 169 citizens of the California Regional Or- else but in America could
that the term "e x t r e me old a im- Senator Javits' amendment to phere was alive with excite- a State should have
right" as it is used today, is Gainesville. The petit ion year gave sloppy" withh old funds from state ment. The radio was exhort- ganization of Carpetbaggersfor poor boy from Boston become prescribed
that the for those who
pression .povertypocket" a
associated with the spectre read as follows: medical or dental sch o 01 s ing all listeners to be at the Kennedy-Salinger prime minister of India?' "
in Gainesville, Ga.,, wished to utter it at the be-
1 of National Socialism in the "We the undersigned citizi- was a neighborhood of hard- which practice discrimination. stadium for the r all"' Th e ginning of classes, or whether -

public interpretation of things, ens of Gainesville protest and working, well -to-do people Senator Goldwater then voted the State of Tennessee

then we come up with an interesting petition the City Commission who didn't like handoutsand for what he later said, as a POTOMAC FEVERBy gives adequate privileges to

paradox. I have be- not to pass into law the proposed charity or "federal take-: presidential candidate, was urban voters; but rather,

fore me a Thorndike Century Housing Code Ordinance over." Unfortunately this impression not constitutional and was a JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau what are the means set down
i Junior Dictionary, 1935 edi other matter that should have been
or any Housing falls through when it by the Constitution for correcting -
i tion. A "junior" dictionary Code having like provisionsand is obvious that the opinion oi f left to the states. (Congressional Khrushchev says Russia has a "terrible new weapon that would destroyand these measures, if indeed

gives uncomplicated defini- penalties for the following Alvertus Butler is the only, Record page 15,947.) terminate humanity." Gracious! Sounds like :Medicare.Sen. they are to be corrected

tions to things. reasons: one appearing in the Times: In the House, "as aforesaid, ? ,
Under "national" it says: 1. The proposed ordinanceis that testifies to this nature., Adam Clayton Strom Thurmond turns Republican. There has not yet been any indica-

1. Of a nation; belongingto an over-extensijn of the I seriously doubt that But. Powell Congressman had introduced similar tion that Sen. Kenneth Keating will. follow suit. The means set down are if

a whole nation. police power given to the City ler's opinion is the wholevoice bills. primarily legislative not"Judi- /!
2. Citizen of a nation. by the State. of this neighborhood.Yes Auditors are checking the books on the new $86 million House office build- cial: and it is a friend of the

Under "socialism" it says: S e nator Goldwater was ing. They want to find out if being the contractor on one of these jobs is reallyas Constitution, and a mature
2. The ordinance
The principle that the interests proposed the story that the! commended by the ADA. good as owning the only TV station in town. student of a viable political' .
is oppressive in that it will .
of the community Times presents, as mentioned liberal groups and others for freedom, who has the courage 1

should prevail over the in- be impossible to enforce and all too its expensive by Dr. Walker, is what t t his votes against segregation Actually, $86 million may be a bargain for the taxpayers. Congressmenwork to remark the growth of

terests of individuals; any of equally with respectto provisions the editor wanted a biased,,i and discrimination as contained better in comfortable offices. Sometimes they keep right on working until judicial tyranny.One .
various for misrepresented and distorted 3 wonders whether Emanuel
plans public con- in the Javits amendments. p.m.Sen.
all free holders.
trol of business piece off literature that alienates Celler who is said
property : As far as can be determined, r
and industry. 3. We object to the invas this newspaper from Uv. the senator did not in any Goldwater says federal courts turn guilty persons loose just because of be a well-read man, is aware t

Under "socialist" it says, ion of our homes by City offi- class of responsible news re vote speak for state's rights some technical violation of their constitutional rights. It's got so bad you can't of the long series of solemn \

simply: cials except under proper porting that the Atlanta Constitution ; or deny the constitutionalityof even search a man's house without a warrant. decisions by the Italian and

A person who advoca tea search or arrest warrants bya and its Pulitze:. the rulings or the Javits the German courts that authorized ) }

socialism.So magistrate. prize winning editor represent amendments.And Harry Truman warns Southerners that if they vote Republican their daddies the blasphemies on

we have two definitions 4. The proposed ordinanceis will turn over in their graves. GOP leaders say they're bracing for an earth- freedom committed by Adolf

to consider: destructive of constitutional STEPHEN W. McGUIRE now? Quake in Alabama and Mississippi. Hitler and Benito Mussolini.1fI .


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I ered to rank among the top five C?ross help as a result of pro- 1 the Galilee Baptist Church from

\ coeducational liberal arts institutions b)lems caused by Hume a n e ;1. Petersburg, will feature '

I in the nation. Ii )ora. This help can take the I the following in a musical program r-1.ili-

r News of Special Interest i "Both programs involving fl oral of food, clothing, mainte-I at the St. Peter Baptist

Gibbs applicants, will be subsidized l]lance, repair of owner-occupied I Church( today at 2 p.m.: "Don't 1 ,

I by the Rockefeller grant," 1 h lames and replacement of essential I Put Off Today For Tomorrow" f'W

i To the Colored Dr. Rembert said. s; household furnish.!.lg. 4 and "If You Got It Show Some .
Community Dr. Rembert said his institu- All help given by the Red :Sign." There is no admission -___

tion will provide any assistance (Dross I is an outright gift. ]price but a free-will offeringwill
I News items for this page should! be spniifted! to Colored News Editor Ben F. Child, needed to high schools tnat may Disaster-caused need is the be accepted. '1

It 526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send news directly to the Gaines- have prospective participants t basis for all help. Those who 1i i

II ville Sun office. for either program. (tan: help themselves are expected SINGERS TO APPEARThe ,

,I''J .- _u _- Gibbs was included in Carle- E to do so. Where persons have Southland Spiritual Sing- __
I A', TALENT SEARCHA to screen applications for two program. Gibbs students will ton's project because of the c only: limited means, the Red 'ers will appear in a musical

V ST. PETERSBURG A Minnesota different programs.Dr. spend the summer at Carleton state-wide representation of students (Cross will provide those essentials -program at the East Side

| College has included Sl John W. Rebert, presidentof with other selected students, beginning found on campus. Students i l that the family cannot obtain Church of God in Christ of 127 ,

?* Petersburg's Gibbs Junior Col-- Gibbs Junior College, an- in June, 1965, and following are at Gibbs this year i t L for themselves without undue N.E. 15th St., today at 3 p.m. $% r----
t1>l lege in the search for talentedi nounced that William M. Am- the summer of intensive from 46 different counties. c hardship.At on belhalf of the church.A r i$1A

Negro students. mentorp, associate director of study, will report back to Gibbsin the close of business on welcome is extended the

.0 Provided with a $275,000 admissions, is expected to visit the falLAmmentorp RALLY TO END ]Friday, eleven families had public. There is no admission

ci Rockefeller grant for such a Gibbs Junior College in Januaryto will also check The rally at the Shady Grove t been in contact with the Red price. .- : -
It project, Carleton College of discuss the participation of applications for fall enrollmentofGibbsstudentsinthe Primitive Baptist Church will (Cross. Emergency and rehabilitation _

lj Northfield, Minn., will send ant some selected students of Gibbsin 98 year, terminate on Sept. 27. ]l commitments at this EVANGELIST TO SPEAK

official-to Gibbs eary: next year Carleton's special rummer old institution which is ccnsidw There will be a banquet on same time were $700. Familieswho Rev. E. T. Thomas, state

behalf of the church Sept. 26 at wish to discuss:: their sit- evangelist, will be the principal
J 8 speaker at the Mt. 0 live Prim-
p.m. l sat ion s with the Red Cross
dip ,worker should come to the itive Baptist Church today at 3

CHOIRS' UNION PROGRAM c disaster relief office at 19 SE p.m.The

Itt (!lateuflk. Sun The Friendly Choirs' U nion Second Street in Gainesv i lIe, public is invited.

e will present its program at the ,within the next several days.

? Mt. Olive Methodist Church at (Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 COLLEGE DAY PROGRAMThe

'I Evinston, today at 3 p.m. I p.m. daily. Alachua County Chapterof

The public is invited. After an application fcr Red Bethune Cookman College
nii I Cross help has been completed, Alumni Association invites the
JOHN R. HARRISON President and DISTRICT CHOIR ,verification will be mode of public to join in its observanceof
1 t iie Publish- PAT COWLES Vice President The district choir of the Mt. (of certain essential information Bethune Cookman Coll ege

8 8f; Florida's Beautiful ; Executive Ed JOHNSON Edit.,., Vic W. G.PmUentnd (Bill) Siani Baptist Association will :such as home ownership, income Day, Sunday, Sept. 20, at 3

University City t1.j EBERSOLE Vice Prtsidttt and AvertttiH *- have its rehearsal on Monday at ]liabilities l to determine what p.m. at the Bartley Temple

Director BOB TARTACUONE 8 p.m. at the Friendship Baptist -I the t family might iced. Eachramily's Methodist Episcopal Church.An -
Vice President Md CircuUUoa Man..".
i I situation is dealt with interesting program has

,i THE SUN'S POLICY i individually and in confidence. been planned for the occasion. FAMU Gets New PMSLt.

J NOTICE The American Disaster relief Carver Portlock, E x e cutive
f: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. The West Coast Minister and
: I program is supposed by the secretary, Bethune Cookm a n Col. Samuel F. Sampson, new professor of
j 'f 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. Deacons Union choir will sing
National Alumni
: voluntary contributions of the military science at Florida A&M University, right,
; ., 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. at ciation will deliver the main t'
I- American people and operates and Lt. Col. Albert J. Parker, left, former FAMU
i P The Sun's telephones: All Deportments-372-8441 the Shady Grove Primitive Bap- ;under federal charter. {address. PMS, look on as Mrs. Parker examines a silver tray

J. Wont Ads-376-4672 tist Church. presented to her by the FAMC ROTC Detachment
The principal speaker on the YOUTH DAY LACROSSE NEWS during a reception held in honor of the departing I

occssion will be Rev. G. G. Mc- Youth Day will be observedat Men's Day Set military science professor, who has been reassignedto
Arthur, moderator. Men's Day observance will be .
J the Triumph Church, cornerof Fort Dix, NJ.
The memberships of bcth Eb- ; 12th and 6th Ave., today at held today at the St. Paul Bap- 4
'Conventional' WarsI enezer of Trenton and ako St. tist Church. The schedule of
3 p.m. The youths will conductthe fore the association convenes.: YOUTH DEBATEThe
Paul of Newberry churches will ; services. services is as follows: Rev. J. L. Middleton, pastor; public is invited to the

I all due respect to President but this habit should not be minimized be in attendance. Mrs. P. L. The public is invited. Mrs. During the morning worshipat Mrs. L. E. Aaron, reporter.Mt. County Youth Debate on Christianity

Johnson and Senator Barry Gold- as mere conventionality. Wars and Scott, reporter. ]Kate Sims, reporter. 11 a.m. Rev. Ned Bank will Moriah Baptist-Sund a y| and Youth. The debateis

water, we think it is time to stop JOINT SERVICESThe deliver the baptismal sermon:; School, 9:45 a.m.; morni n g entitled, "Resolved: Th a t
weapons of war have always been SPECIAL NOTICE and during the afternoon wor- worship, 11 a.m.; Bapt is t Christianity Does Meet All The
the word "conventional" to
using ministers and
full of the unexpected and the ter- following The president of the Ushers ship at 3 p.m. Deacon Taylor, a Training Un ion, 5:30 p. m.; Needs Of Youth".
n describe weapons or warfare, whether their congregations will conduct ]Board No. 2 of Mt. Carmel member of the Mt. Carmel Bap- and evening worship, 6:30 p.m. Members of the affirmativeare
the line to exclude rible. joint services at the Shady tist Church, from Gainesville,,
you draw any ]Baptist Church is asking both There will be prayer meeting Miss Estella Walton, Me-
nuclear weapons at all with Presi- Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon 1 boards to meet at the church will be the principal speaker. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Rev. L. A. Till- bane High School Miss La-Von
behalf of Men's ;
The word "conventional" came into Day; Mondayat I today at 3 p.m. Rev. T. A. Following]] this service, there Miss Willa D.
dent Johnson, or to exclude the larger 8 p.m., Rev. W. L. Souder of will be Baptist Training Unionat man. pastor; Wright, Gainesv i J Jl e High

nuclear weapons with Senator use for non-nuclear wars and wea- the Zion Temple A. M. E. Zion Wright, pastor.ALACHUA 5 p.m., and evening worshipat Foxworth, reporter.Mt. School]; Miss Eleanor] Owens,
Pie nt Methodist
at a moment of history when Church Tuesday at 8 a s a Mebane High School. Membersof
Goldwater. pons nuclear ; p.m. NEWS 7:30 p.m. The pastor or his
Church School 9:30: a.m.; morn-! Nelson
the negative are Robert
weapons were brand new and moderator G. G. McArthur of' Benefit appointee will be the speaker on !
Society MeetingThe 11 and
ing a.m. even-
the Church from Tren- worship, ; Lincoln High; Walter Mc-
Why not just say "non-nuclear" if few. Today they are many. Today ton;Baptist Wednesday at 8 p.m., Bish- 15th Annual Session of the occasion. ing worship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. H. Pherson, Lincoln High, and

\ that is what you mean? Or if you many, many thousands are trainedin op H. Williams of the Chuich of I the, Community Benefit Society -SPECIAL NOTICE Kinsey, pastor. Richard Washington, Meba n e
will be held at the Mt. Nebo
draw the line somewhere within the their use, while hundreds of millions God in Christ; and Thursday at ;Methodist Church here on Sept Last Monday night Sept. 14, CLUB NOTICE High School. Lee Edward John-

family of nuclear weapons, why not depend upon the threat of using 8 p.m., Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor -:25 27.Everyone. the voter caravan visited the The "We Do Our Part Club"of son, Social Studies instructor at

draw it in terms of explosive power, them for what they still call "security. of the Mt. Moriah Baptist is invited. Elvin Newberry area with great suc the Shady Grove Primitive Mebane tor. will serve as modera

kilotons? ." Meanwhile, non-nuclear killing Church. Hayes, president; Rev. G. S. cess. More than 40 Newberry Baptist Church will meet at the I. H. Caffey, assistant princi-

goes on in many parts of the globe, NEWBERRY NEWS Cameron, pastor.LACROSSE residents portation to turned the Alachua out for trans Coun. home of Mrs. Ethel Blake to- pal at Lincoln will speak on

"Conventional" was never a very with all its miseries and dangers. Youth Day NEWS ty Court House in preparationfor day at 5 p.m. Christianity and Youth. Provid-

good word. Deliberate killing has The Youth Department of the Men's Day PlannedMen's the November election.On During the meeting, a topic ing music will be a youth group
will D.
be discussed. Mrs. F.
been a matter of habit with mankind What's so "conventional" about Mt. Zora Baptist Church will Day will be observedat Monday night Sept. 21, the Shannon, reporter. from Paradise Method i s t
) i Church under the direction of
conduct services
during much of history, to be sure, either? during the Bethel A.M.E. Church caravan will visit the Alachua- Mrs.
Welch with vocal
day. The public is invited. here today. The schedule of High Springs areas, Sept. 25,'MEN'S DAY AT
solos by Misses Rosa Dennardand
services is as follows: Sunday the Archer Arredonda areas,, GREATER BETHEL
PROG SCHEDULED ,School, 10 a.m. with the district -with the goal of bettering the Annual Men's Day Program, Blanche Jackson and instrumental -
The Waltonaires, s i n gers superintendent in charge. record set at Newberry. Handbills .. solos by Miss e s
I I and welcome to new and returning
Brenda McCaslin and Dorene
from High Springs, will presenta have been distributed
in the
Morning worship at 11 a.m.
teachers of Alachua and!
of the musical program at the Mt. The principal speaker will be areas as to time and place for. observed Whitfield.
Voice adjacent counties will be -
People Herman Baptist Church today at gathering.In program begins at 11
: 'Mr. Jacson, a teacher in the at Greater Bethel A. M.
'I ajn. today at Paradise Metho-
I II 5 p.m. on behalf of the church. J.R.E. Lee High School. During Gainesville the voter reg E. church next Sunday morningat
The public is invited. istration drive dist Church at Alachua.
picks steam
I II the afternoon worship at up 11 p.m.

I I On The Sun's Opinion Page ===== NOTICE j3 p.m. the records of Dr. Martin for the final big push to get all The leaders of "Men's Day"are
I Luther King will be played. eligible residents registered in Drs. C. W. Banks and E. A.
The Mt. Siani Baptist Associ- tihe for the Nov. 3 election. (! fottuariesEUGENE
Opinions and comment of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Lettersmust ation will convene at the Mt. At 4 p.m. refreshmentswill Cosby, Messrs. L. M. Jackson,
'I I be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should be served. At 6 p.m., a[Voter caravans will move L. V. Davis, Joe Welcome Jr.,
I not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The Bethel Baptist Church wi t h choir will render a program. through residential areas to SIMMONS
F. G. Jr. Joe Williams SR.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or moderator G. G. McArthur in Rev. Jones take new registrants to the Wingate ,
.. -. ... will speak on the and F. G. Wingate Sr. they request Eugene Simmons, Sr., of 8th
cnarge on zzat;/; stance.
court house from 6:30 to 9:30
occasion. : :
Ave. died in the
\ ft 2n.Ways to Read 1. When a man says "rightist" and traditional pro p e rty Rev. A. Vinson, pastor; Mrs. P. The public is invited to at- p.m. on Sept. 21, Friday-Sep and the assistant presence captains of all captains at- ,Hospital after Alachua a brief General ill--

and is using the termin rights. L. Scott, reporter. tend. Rev. W. H. Walker, pas tember 25, Monday, Sept. 28, the services ness.

I "Collscrv3 tive" its original sense, i.e. a 5. The proposed ordinanceis PERSONALSPrincipal tor; Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter and 9:10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- The morning guest speaker for today.the 11 Duncan Brothers, morticians, I
conservative correctly Oct. 3.Volunteer.
we may day,
confiscatory as it allows the a.m. Sunday service will be the will announce funeral arrangements
F. E. Welch of the
8 Sun The political associate the term with ARCHER NEWS workers and drivers -
I EDITOR, : city to force a freeholaer to Rev. F. Pinkston of Ocala. At later.
% term "extreme right" is in Barry Goldwater, Bill Miller, make improvements that he Douglass Elementary School at Plans Conference will meet at Mt. Carmel '
3 mixed will feature
as we all John Tower, Frank Lausche, High Springs was a business Conference Baptist Church at 6:30: a program
days will be held
I vogue these may not be able to pay for or at p.m. the male chorus with W. L. MRS. BLONESE !McCRAYMrs.
to its Strom Thurmond, etc. visitor in Gainesville on Thurs- the each date as listed above. For
( know. I exploring St. Peter Church
got Baptist
I upon his refusal it allows the Stevens and Joe Welcome in Blonese McCray, of 1528
I origins via the dictionary the 2. If a man uses the term"rightist" city to contract for improvements day.Mrs. today at 11 a.m. following Sun- further information call 6-6516 or charge. The "Baby NE 8th Ave., died in the Ala-
f 4 other day and came up with in its later popu- and or repairs and Louise McClendon of day School. Rev. C. C. Henderson 6-6923. featuring little Master Contest"I' chua General Hospital after

I an interesting line of reason- lar sense, i.e. National Socialist then assess as taxes the cost NW 10th St., returned to the pastor; Mrs. Katie Nattel, New voters will be awarded Kensey Jr. and Master Eddie brief illness. a I
a city Thursday from New York "First Class Citizen Certificates" ,
ing.As ; he is clearly talking of such repairs or improve- reporter. George Jr. will close the event. Duncan Brothers, morticians,
1 I understand it, the about Lyndon Johnson, Hubert ments. This is also a viola- City where she spent the past upon completion of regis- Everyone is invited to attend. will announce funeral arrange-

\ term "on the right" originally Humphrey, Bobby Ken- tion of the freedom of con- several weeks. tration. Refreshments will fol Rev. Walter S. White, pastor; ments later.
the Mrs. Emily Hymes, of Ala-' low. A. L. Daniels, reporter.
meant one who sat on nedy, Arthur Schlesinger Jr., tract. Mrs. Altamese Wingate reporter. -
(f right hand of the Presidentin et al. chua, was visiting in Gainesville MRS. MARY ROGERS
Perhaps this petition had
the French parliame n t. Please correct if I'm recently. I Funeral Services for M
me some effect since the commis- r s.
be Mr. and Mrs. James R. Douglass ElementaryDots
The term came to as- Ayer;
will be held
Mary Rogers at
wrong. sion has postponed consider-
sociated with conservat i v es and son Jim, all of Trenton,' and Dashes Cave-In Iills 2 2
at Antioch
A. D. SANDERS ation of this proposed code p.m. today Baptist
Parents and teachers met
and-or monarchists, which N.J., who have been visiting
Church Rev. George Lee
was its popular interpretation indefinitely.] here for the past two weeks, Monday, Sept. 14 to discuss and GENOA, Italy] (AP) A high- conducting the services. Burial
50 Acted Against P. W. THOMPSON left for their home.; formulate plans for the school
perhaps years ago. yesterday way tunnel under construction will be in Oddfellow Cemetery
During World War II, we Code Miss Mary Barber and Miss' year. The elected officers of the caved in Saturday and killed under the direction of Chestnutand

became accustomed to asso- Housing 'Other Side' Mable Young, both of Tampa, organization are: secret a r y, two workmen. I Haile Funeral Home,
the term "e x t reme Mrs. J. Rivers; vice president,
ciating are guests of Miss Young's relatives Technicians said dynamite
Starke Fla.
right" with the National Socialist EDITOR, Sun: The Gainesville Was OneSidedEDITOR here today. H. Price; secretary, Mrs. L. blasting apparently caused the ,
She is survived her
Sun's report of the hear- Jenkins treasurer by sons,
movement in Germany. Miss Hattie Wallace of Jacksonville ; C. Tay- collapse, burying the two work,
Joe Green of White Plaines
I believe that I am correctin ing on the proposed Housing Sun: "The Other lor; assistant secretary, Mrs.D. ,
: passed through Gainesville -, ers under tons of earth and:
N. Y. Lee Green Jr. of Ft.
saying that this is the implication Code by the City Commissioners Side of the Story,'" (The Sun, : Collins; parliamentari, rock. I ,
route to St.
yesterday en
intended in its current on Tuesday, Sept. 8, fail- Sept. 11, Voice) it seems to Miss E. Simmons; program Lauderdale Alfonza Rogers of
ed to that I Petersburg as guest of her sister -! Augusta, Ga., daughters, Mrs.
report preei'tedto
application in political me, WAS what the editor committee, Mrs. J. Bryant,
k I oratory and propaganda. the commissioners a petition wanted in it. Mrs. Ella Mae Glover:, and! chairman and Mrs. E. Gassett Visiting Soviet Allice DeSue of Starke, Mrs.
against the proposedcode other relatives. I co chairman Betty Haynes of Ft. Lauderdale,
If willing to allow ; chaplain, 0. R.
we are signed by 169 citoras of The Atlanta Times, barelya : Mrs. Ann Miller returned to' Maxey and LONDON (A?) President Mrs. Emma Williams of Starke;
that the term "e x t r e me membership committee -
year old, gave a sloppy impression the University City yesterdayfrom Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan of and Rosa Lee Small and
right" as it is used today, is Gainesville. The petit i ion LEAVES FOR COLLEGE chairman, Mrs. C. P. ; a
that the "poverty Nashville, Term., where India arrived Saturday from an brother Joe Williams of Dun-
associated with the spectreof read as follows: Pictured above is Miss Florida -Watkins.All ,
pocket" in Gainesville Ga., official visit the Soviet Union.I II nellon.
she was called because of busi Jean Souder asked to
the who left to
National Socialism in "We the unders-gned citizi- recently parents are join
public interpretation of things, ens of Gainesville protest and was a neighborhood of hard- ness.Miss for Albany State College,'the PTA during the member
with interesting working, well to do people Mary L. Jones of Ocala, Albany Ga. She is graduate of ship drive. Too, parents
then we come up an petition the City Commissionnot are en-
who didn't like handoutsand I
paradox. I have be- to pass into la-v the pro- "federal take- passed through Gainesville yes- Lincoln High School of this couraged to allow their chil-I 'CROCIChampion
fore me a Thorndike Century posed Housing Code Or d i- charity" or terday en route to Edward Waters city, and the daughter of Rev.'dren to participate in the lunch-
this impression
edi over. Unfortunately College at Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. W. L. Souder 1230S. I room
Junior Dictionary, 1935 nance or any other Housing program.
tion. A "junior" dictionary Code having like pro ;isCJns is obvious falls that through the when of it Bessie Mae Young and E. Waldo Road. Florida Jeanis All parents (mother and father -I For Carpetbaggers |

gives uncomplicated definitions and penalties for the fol'ow- Alvertus Butler is opinion the ] young son, James, of Atlanta, the fifth child of this familyto ) of children in fourth and

I to things. ing reasons: one appearing in the Times only Ga., flew here yesterday on a I' graduate from Lincoln and fifth grades are requested to be (Cl Hew Yrk Times (CROCK), taking as their

1 Under "national" it says: 1. The propo--ed ordinance that testifies to this nature.I brief visit and outing wi t h' also the fifth to attend college. present at Douglass, Thursday, NEW YORK-In the na motto: "Fote for the candidate !-

I 1. Of a nation; belonging is an over-extensi of the seriously doubt that But- friends. i Three daughters and a son have Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The purpose tion's two largest st ate s, of your choice in the

I to a whole nation. police power given to the City ler's opinion is the whole Will i a m Jackson, o f St.!|graduated from college and are, is to organize a Mother's California and New York, the state of his choice."

2. Citizen of a nation. by the State. voice of this neighborhood.Yes Petersb u r g, is visiting 1 n now serving in their fields of Club. word "Carpetbagger" is being Their manifesto concludes:

Under "socialism" it says: 2. The ordinance Gainesville today as guest of study. Classmates, teachers and Kindergarten parents are asked bandied about as a political "Carpetba
The principle that the in- is oppressive proposed in that it will the story that the friends. friends are wishing her success.A to meet Monday Sept. 21, at epithet. Now, in retaliation extend internationally and be- \:
terests of the community Times presents, as mentioned nine Californianswho
be and too 7:30 p.m. in the KindergartenRoom. come the key to world peace.
should prevail over the interests impossible to enforce all its expensive by Dr. Walker, is what DISASTER HELP LANDMARKBible F. E. Welch, principaL ( not incidentally, are For when every country is
of individuals; any of pro- the editor wanted a biased, George Don Mason chiinnan' Thought "Who shall opening on Broadway in a ruled by a carpetbagger from

various plans for public control visions all free equally holders.with respectto misrepresented and distorted of Alachua County Red Cross, separate us from the love of CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS satirical review called "The another land, nationalism-

'Df property, business, piece of literature that alien Chapter, reports that Mrs Sadie -, Christ? shall tribulation, or dis St. Matthew BaptistSundaySchool Committee") are promising a which makes wars-will vanish .

and industry. 3. We object to the invas- ates this newspaper from the Stohl, a disaster worker of tress, or persecutions or famine 9:45 ajn.; morning c r u sade for carpetbaggersaround in complete confusion.
Under "socialist" it ion of our homes by City offi- class of responsible news reporting the or nakedness the world.
says American National Red or peril, or worship, 11 am.; aftern o o n "We may even see the day
simply: cials except under ptiper that the Atlanta Con- Cross, arrived in Gainesville onWednesday. sword?" (Romans 8:35.) worship, Communion, 3 p.m.; Their first step was to form when we can say, "where
A who advoca t e s search or arrest warrants bya stitution and its Pulitzer the California
person Baptist Training Union, 5 p.m.; Regional Organization else but In America could a
socialism.So magistrate. prize winning editor represent Mrs. Stohl is here to work ARCHER EWS and evening worship, 6:30 p.m. of Carpetbaggersfor poor boy from Boston become

we have' two definitionsto 4. The proposed ordinanceIs with families in Alachua County Musical Program Set The pastor asks all club choir Kennedy-Salinger prime minister of India "

consider: destructive of constitutional STEPHEN W. McGUIREr.7'4. who may be in need cf Red The Famous Male Chorus of ladies to make their reports be-

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Sunday, September 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun ..-

No Need to 'Prove' Manhood With Reckless Driving :

.. I (Last of Six Articles) ..

You have been a boy for a *

long time, and like any boy, you TO MY SON
are anxious to let the men know ,
that you have come to join their THE TEEN-AGE Should Students Direct I C tr. LM CYKY

ranks. And the most obvious

way to do it seems to be witha DRIVER

car. I by H.y Srtgor Fdsea A
Once we get behind the wheelof Safe-Driving Program I M w

our car, all distinctions' of stolen not three weeks of your

age or position between us life, or three months, but enoughof By JIM McGUIRK These '
councils each
and other human beings composed they come u p
to exist cease' your youthful years and Sun Staff Writer of four to five members- with better ideas than we do." ',' LQ k't; s t a
into hot
Climbing a brains to keep you out of college would be appointed the I .
by ,
car is like buckling "They can do for them- i. AS
on a pistol and to force you back in- more Student Body President of each The particular programs
It is the great equalizer. I to coveralls, whether you likeit selves than we can do for school. would be left up to the stu-

It would not be unusual if you or not. What then? them." dents themselves, Conerly pro-
felt you had to prove your I I Alter that, Coneriy suggests poses. -t; : r_
With this idea in mind, U.I .
new manhood,, with aggressive I You may not believe me after the councils be offered adviceon iw1 'kv -
driving. It is only as a driver what I have just said, but I have I Ed Conerly of the Gainesville determining and solving their An example of what Conerly A
that allowed nothing against the automobileas i Police Department hopes t o traffic has in mind would be a safety- x
you are. to com- problems "but let the
put an adult program in the check student autos.A 1t.
pete with men as equal, andit a hobby now or as a career I students handle it themselves." ; .
hands of
local school
is only natural that en- later on. In fact, I think work- high and test f uIThT1' a .
your junior high school students. similar, ID-point o
The main distinction fro
ing on a car is one of the fin- m
ergies should go into proving mechanical has already
safety !
yourself equal to any man. est hobbies a boy can have at I The program would be an the a d u 11 safety programs been developed by the existing i ? ; '
extension of the work of the would be flexibility. The students :
But to your age. I ,
you, equal really Safety Council.
S 55
Gainesville-Alachua County Citizens knowing their own needs 5 f4
means superior better, and superio The hours you spend doing f Safety Council. better, would be able to tailor Or, "if parking gets out of ) ( :
means driving and driv-
meaningful, constructive workon I Their their own safety plans Gainesville
ing better means driving harder. goal: develop safety moreto hand at High
And your car are hours that you programs for their schools and their own needs," the School-that would be a prob-
harder whenit
is for driving this are not wasting by standing participate in all safety programs Lieutenant hopes.He lem for those students to work reason, means
around on street corners looking of the existing Safety feels the student groups out."
driving childishly. iMore
for something to do.
Is this what driving will would be successful despite the "Let them determine the I r
_, ,.. .. ... .. ,...
bring out in you? Will the equal- Your car has given you an Conerly's idea is to proposeto fact they can have no real en- needs and the function of their "*X<< "''''''''''''<' <<<< :" "" >> '<& :'' -

ity of the highway make you immediate, purposeful activityin the officers and advisors of forcement authority. own Councils," Conerly says. youthful responsibility for safety programs is one of the goals of city
seek revenge against those you life, a goal to work toward, every High School and Junior "The student govern m e nts "With proper supervision and

envy or feel socially or econom- and valuable experience in budg- High School in Alachua County usually consist of boys and leadership, this could become avery traffic officer Lt. Ed Conerly, right. John Willis, vice president of the GHS I

time and hard- that they form their own safety girls admired by the student well established
ically inferior to? eting your your councils. program student body, joins him on the school parking lot.enneuf .
I Do you feel so personally earned money. body, the Lieutenant says. .

1 without merit or worth that you Work on your car has taught

need loud pipes and screechingtires you more than a knowledge of

to make the noise for you mechanics and automobile con- O '

that cries, "I exist! I exist!" struction. It has taught you patience 0 O 1_'' JfM----]

because you have no strong and has challenged your : .: .1l1J
voice of your own? We will ingenuity and imagination. It -Z
soon know. has allowed you to dream crea-

I hope you don't fall for the tively, then work to make that

notion that the only way you dream come true.I .
I can become a man is by pass- also think the work you do ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY f -

ing all the cars: ahead of you. on your car will help make youa

I You can no more become a man better driver. The more you .. .. ', .,' ..... x:' .... GIFTS, FOR PRIZES FOR YOUR OWN

by "outdriving" adults than I understand your machine, the :' :: < ...:. rdf: : :: y;'.: "'':'::,:'"* .: ::: >,..i... ..'.. .. HOME OUR BUYERS ESLECTED FAVORITES -
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beating teen-agers in a drag trol it. The more of your sweat ; : .:/ riwk. :.: S .. IN THESE GAY AND USEFUL NOTIONS -
race. and effort that goes into building .. ,, v.>>,.x'. '< >>.. '::''''' .

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I in any one of hundred ways. down.I[ ::, r i;' ;. ';0 A LIST AND BE HERE EARLY! ...

Why look further? Why waste suppose my argument ....
time on the meaningless, non- hasn't been against the car itself .

automotive boredom of school- but against your going l, j :
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work? Why bother to investi- overboard about the idea of y( : ;

gate other careers? it. Because it really doesn't ;Y44i'i ::: :" I/i.- f..1
You do attend classes, but matter what sews your mind in r

1 the problems of working on your a sock and dumps it in a l.J i

old car are much more important corner. Whatever does, hurts .
to you than the problems of you.What r ..
I have said about the
i your history or chemistry class-

y danger of an excessive interestin notion air Set of 2 belt rings Boxed brush and Long-handled bath Jiffy-clean whiskbroom .
es.I know you take a dim viewof cars applies to any other interest saves space, keeps comb set. Pearlized 'brush makes backscrubbing comes in white
that becomes an obses- favorite belts accessipink, willow, orchid, easy. Pink pink, blue. Sturdy
high school marriages. You ble. yellow, blue, cham blue, pearl, orchid. black bristles
think a boy is crazy to tie him- sion and that tends to stunt pagne.
self down for the rest of his life your growth as a well rounded .7"-.. .. : -- .. '- :-- ..... .... ... -' ..' "'
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surfing, amateur radio, team i : : : .
Yet you are willing to give up : !};::" ..',..'. : : unlimited future vocational free- sports, writing poetry, or even
r doms and opportunities because classroom work in school that DD\ li .F. j

of the an automobile.adolescent You infatuation are giving with lives.With engulfs too much of their young 1 Y @ J u ,;

away the time, the opportunity, you it happens to be
and the freedom to change your cars. You are young and you are' Choose from rayon Autograph animals Variety of boxed gift Handy 3-piece bar set "Pick-up" duster has Shoe care kit has pol Clean-all lint brush Colorful handwovencrepe
change purses pals with pen. Choose sets. All with retractconsists of.bottle strong split tip bristishing brush, dauber, comes in your choice straw waste basketscosmetic
mind in the future. human, and what the car has bags, eyeglass Bimbo i D a nd y able boll point pen. opener, strainer and les White and black. cloth, can of black of white pink or blue. go well in den or __
What if, in a year or two, you done to others it can do to you. cases, more! Sammy or Randy. measurer. Chrcmed" or brown polish. dorm. Plastic lined.
change as you have so often And this is what it has done Colors. steel.

changed in the past? and is doing to too many boys. :.: :: +..;..,,..."..,:; ;.J1\\, '::" : t"f ., ,,,. ,.. .. I''l.. \..... ......., : : ..,
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cars and want to go to college THE TEEN AGE DRIVER, i !. : i [ ,; Jfir: I .W&; "i r ;: \: ",. @i\\ y m1I l/ s'.:.. .. ; 5 ; .Ii1t1 -
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What that the then idea, when of the you car discover has Company by Henry, George Inc. Copyright Felsen.,) 1964, l ; [ ; :.j I 'j. f1 .J f __ o.

: Bus Wreck Brings Act 10 all-purpose ball All-purpose draw- Bross-plated scroll Round the neck 2-tier tidbit tray with Giant assortment of Molded plastic tissue Brass-plated tripod ,..
II point pens on a card. string utility bog. metal magazine rack mirror, plain one side 9" 7" wooden plates brassware. Candlebox.. lOVi" x 5ti" x candlestick complete
Last for months! Rubberized taffeta :n ontitamish finish. 15" (Imagnifying other. handles. Beautifully sticks, dinner gongs, 2'/ ". Put it In with roly-poly glass

!' Of Heroism by Passers-By stripes.attractive plaids and x 16" x 8 V2" Neck rest adjusts. hand-painted. candy dishes,'more! W drawer, or hang on and candle ', :

I i Deer REDDING hunters, Calif.vacation(AP motor-) motorists The swift at volunteer the scene action on High-of \"i\ r' ::::::;::::::.;;!iJ; :; ;riJ.: ....,::;J L :;:m+?rw : (: :::.;:.. FOR THE f J.,1:; : ;,1jfifl all'i? : i ,

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l and Injured 36 other persons. :; ; ,5.>> : & Io'' .:J1 ;z.- :&:;?:' ...:: '
teers in the human chain
t Five of the Injured were In rescue .
were hunters. 5-cell flashlight has Pixoll lint remover Pixall l lint remover refills Complete 6-pc. home Brass-plated metal Your choice of deco-
critical condition. rust-resistant chrome- ro'ler for a quick, keep your sup- Holds forboudoir
TIE-TAG tool kit for doitrecord rock. as rated.atorrwurs
{ Bodies of dead and injured One grabbed an axe and shovel Wallets plating. Throws a thorough brush-up plied for months! your-self jobs. many as 43 records! kitchen: or '"
began the tortuous hand-to-hand out of his pickup truck and Top Grain Leather bright beam. with one quick roll! Stock up! 4>/ x 15" x 7". bathroom. Colors. ,

t passage up the cliff to ambu- freed a bus passenger who was : ,..-
lances in the glare of floodlights pinned under the overturned bus : : : :: : :: : : : : :: : ; t. :; Jl' ,--= "

after the 3:30 ajn. moun- for 30 minutes. : : : : } : r
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ii i northbound Greyhound bus I action of the volunteers proba- : : : : : : \ :: }::j1.? r., --.... :-,
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came a curve many. : [ :, : } ; f<>, J __ "
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swerved out of control, rippedout dent people began stopping and ; ; w. _

80 feet of guard rail and offering help," said D'Ole Prid- Hand mirror, plain on Choose from a wide Kids will love bothIndooroutdoor therQuilted satin hoisery Quilted satin glove All-plastic shoe tote Women's completeone
rolled sideways over and over dy, head of a Redding ambu- side, magnifying variety of gift sets time with "alligator" mometer has 8posibox has plenty of box has lots of room is lined, hrs brassmanicure set. All with
on other. Pink, blue All with attractive orsponge wash puppet. tion adjustable bracroom for your nylons to keep your best plated spring turn- golden decorations. 3
90-feet deep into the canyon. !lance service. champagne. nament. Big value! 4 bright colors. ket. Hangs up any- .6 sections! gloves in order. lock top loop handle. colors and all white.

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1941 Nazi armies captured t' < : 6'T G : .b. '
Today is Sunday Sept 20, the :Kiev the third largest city in .1 ) [09 e" 4' \ r. l '; kf :

264th day of 1964. There are 102 'Russia.In I I"" i

days left in the year.Today's hi. 1946, President Harry S. : I --/J t .[ II \ I'i: J j; { :
highlight history:
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Truman asked and received "" \1 1I r'-
On this date in 1873, the New !!! : .
the resignation of Henry Wallace -
York Stock Exchange closed its 3 metal-copped rePack of 10 top-action Handsome desk set Assorted salt and Set of 2 shirred satin
of Autograph pals.I Convenient folding Quilted vinyl cover --
as secretary commerce
doors for the first time follow- troctable ball point retractable ball point includes base perpetual pepper shaker sets. hang ers. plumply Choose Perky Corky, indoor dryer. Comes protects bridge
after Wallace advocated liberalizing stapler. Box of with 1 0 your
calendar .
pens come and 3Highly polished
pens varpodded. Protect
ing the failure the day before of yourdresses' Skipper or Alfie. Somuch in assorted colors. table I attractively. _
our policy toward Rus- 1000 staples. refills. Big Penney in-l pen. Big value! nished wood. Choose fine fabrics.
Jay Cooke and Co. of Philadelphia buy yours! fun! Colors. Stores easily. Favorite colors. -

one of the nation's and largest de- sia.Ten years ago The Peip- 7.. /":'::::,{::: ::,:;, ii.: ;: ..,.:.; G31tt ., \:: ::;{:":>;.: 41" NEW SHOPPING HOURS .
banks. The :
great panic ,
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pression of 1873 was on. of the United Nations to r ,'. ::::. .r\ ( <; :f:l:. :. ) tt ii [ '" :--, : o l.J AT PENNEY'S: '

On this date admit Red China violated the ":r.',, ; ..> ; t'b.1. M W I :; ... if t,: .:t.cf. .'ij ,
In 1797, the American frigate charter claiming the Peiping !1 .'... T:'(..'t!i-h:'" '!\%;; ; ; :::;::'.::':::=::'l:t ,! ..':....:::"t.. :=, ::1:'",:" -. -,. .L.b.CI.Ci 20 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
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was sworn in as president, fol- ,*-'t1:'.:.,.. = .. t.w-' ...... k,. '.''::--.nJ..u'. j f-:::::;,>:::..:;::.l: : .::. 'S"t"; .>. TILL I 9 P.M. .v.._
lowing the assassination of Five years ago Delegates at .
President James Garfield.In the AFL-CIO convention in San Women's comfortable Revolving tie rock Choice of 12 6W' Women's half-round Cosmetic kit has fittings It._ ..
1938, a hurricane swept Francisco criticized the 86th I!i stretch slippers. Fit for quick easy selec international dolls in brush. 107 sturdy to hold all your USE YOUR PENNEY .
any size foot. 6 tion. Perfect for gift- authentic costumes. tufts. 1" Du Pont important accessories.
over Long Island New Jersey Congress for failing as they putit colon block and giving. Eyes close, arms bristles. 6 attractive CHARGE A.
and New England taking an estimated "to act in the public inter-Ii white move. colors. ._

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SEARS PUSHES ADS call on the business firms for t.'

Sears, Roebuck and Co. will I orders. Orders must be com-

invest 4 million in advertising.pleted by October 6. The ren- ,J 1 1 I
'. to celebrate its 78th Anniver- tals, with the U of F colors 1 1

.- sary this year. predominant, are managed for

'" George H. Struthers, vice the organization by Mr. and :, MARKETS 1a.
president in charge of mer- Mrs. Gordon N. Owen. it

chandising, said $3 million Harold Smith, formerly of

... will be spent for space In more Daytona Beach, has been nam- rF.' .
than 900 newspapers. The remainder -ed manager of the Aunt Je- XXXXXXXXxXxXxXxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX

.. will go to radio and mina's Kitchen here on North-
television, circulars; and other west 13th St. He has been

'.I media. It is the largest with the chain for four years. tiff t'.
amount that Sears has ever
\7 spent for advertising a single INSURANCE AWARD
James F. Burns, of the
,, event, he said.
Gainesville office of College
Sears expenditures for news
Life Insurance Company of
paper advertising in 1963 established -
America, is one of 51 Florida
record of
a new $65-
Life insurance agents who will : ...
166,000. The company expectsto .
spend more than $70 million be granted the Chartered Life I LYRES' SUGAR CREEK .. # .,
Underwriter i
designation n
- this year.BUYS Cincinnati on September 23. '' :

ATLANTA, Ga. (Special) ATTEND CONFERENCE M..-...:::..:................,.... \ # "
Rollins Broadcasting Inc. has ilim 11iiijHjHjlfimilllrgii! .
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Brown of ;;::::: .
- general
:_. bought Co., the Orkin world's Exterminating largest pest Miller Brown Motors manager, Inc., MN Ei11lliillL lii ll liif.! PICNICS

Zl...*control company, for $62.4 mil- of Gainesville, and Mrs. Mild _

.- lion, G. Wayne Rollins, Ro 1- red McKinnon, accountantfor
lins president, announced. the dealership, are attend-

::%_ Orkin, with 800 offices in 29 ing a business management
states, will be operated from conference here at Brundage lb. 2 9TLOLEO
Rollins' new office building Motors, Inc., the Volkswagen
distributor for 60 dealers i n
recently completed herE. ,
'Florida, Georgia and South
Z In the broadcasting company's -

'**-, quarterly statement is- Carolina. BREAKFAST CLUB
sued earlier this month, Rol- Discussion will be concerned

lins said he anticipated sub-,chiefly with a changeover to
stantial increases in revenues electronic accounting by all
VW dealerships. Invent o r y /
during the balance of the fis-
and related
cal year from the addition of lf" .' .
also the :
agenda. -
are on
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Orkin to the company. 11 j ir'f Swift's Premium Ring Style

Four UF scholarships SCHOLARSHIPS for agri- Rail Strike i Yr I-lb. C POLISH SAUSAGE PRICES EFFECTIVEwtS.YANr.la

.JiUcultural engineering students t
:'at the University of Florida }.'SSMM ctn. 'j.'pXrh'NN lb. 79 THRU NOON WED.

.,,,-,'will 'be provided this year by Talks PushedWASHINGTON SEPT. 23, 1964
t h Florida Tractor Equipment i Swift's Premium Sliced
=:: e, ,
,, Limit 2 per customer withs't
Company of Jacksonville (AP) A COLD CUTS
purchases of $3. or more '" a
: Dr. D. T. Kinard, heal of federal mediator shuttled be- "
.. Jthe university's Agricultural tween union and management 4-or. IOO" E..wf1 A""X"XfIIO 0

I" Engineering Department, said representatives Saturday in an 39C
scholarships of $300 each will pkg.Pepproni Jftl Green Stamp*
attempt to head off a nationwide
( Salami)
Thuringer, Party
be awarded to two junior! and "
railroad strike set to begin next Sarasota Brand Chipped !.
two senior students. ? .BUFFERIN TABLETS
;;* Recipients will be selected Tuesday. BEEF HAM or TURKEY
hot. 89c
Francis A. O'Neill, a memberof 60-cr.
from eligible students by an the National Mediation .. .... 23.Ib. ,'" ;

agricultural engineering faculty Board, met separately with 3 3-oz. $1 r) 000000000000000000 .
committee in coperation Hunt's
Tangy pkg.
... Michael Fox, representing six
with the University Committeeon craft unions, and J. E. 32-oz. Small Cocktail Size
Student Aid, Scholarships, shop for the Tomato Juice . . . . can 19 5\XXEXTRAIDSO
and Awards. Wolfe, chief negotiator WHITE SHRIMP

The Florida Tractor Equip- railroads throughout the day. Brisk Flavored J+11 Green Stamps ,

ment Company; of Jacksonville. None of them would commentas L I Tea lb. 49 as..1 ,
available the $1200 through to what progress, if any, the i pto s . . . . kg: 45 I Cutex'dala'Nail! "coupe Polish M4 Remover; ;
the J. W. Schippmann Founda- talks produced.The Plain IodizedMorton's I
32oz. size 39c 'plus tax
unions dairy specialsBORDEN'5 ,_
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tion.RENT Kxpirt Wed Sot. 23 1M4
DECORATIONSThe maintenance and repair work- Salt . .-. ... 2 ;kg? 27 PIIDI; :POX; I
Gainesville Charter No. ers on the railroads, have calleda ream Cheese 2 3-0); 25< mmimmmmJ
Assorted Flavors .. pltgs.
44, Order of Eastern Star, strike for 6 a.m. Tuesday. The Sego >rf 4

will sponsor rentals for University -dispute involves several issues, Diet Drinks of Florida Homecoming the chief ones being j job securityand . . cans Minute Maid Concentrate 501 I
-decorations to business the railroads' use of outside : .' '. "
city Jar)
Siesta (Bonus Limeade 6 69'Morton's
:Jii-ms. contractors to do some of the ;. '.. .. . .. : ()( Green '
5-oz. Frozen (II per bag I witk' &is coupe* Stamp$1
I Coffee
Eastern Sar members w i J 1Florida's maintenance and repair work. Instan ... . '. . jar '$105 Donuts' 10-ox. 39 SWIFT'S
.. \ _. 2 8ospkgs.. 78c

Chief Justice ORANGE DRINK .,"- \1 N \ r e 4 OQQQijQiOijj.J2QIj) N

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Impeachment System I "Ii t':x. .. ; ...omEXTRA.ID50
Colo Chicken Parts -
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Chief 1::0 remove judges from any political J" Green Stamps
Justice Harris Drew of the Flor-1 consideration.He ro.r ..
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,.:Ida Supreme Court calls thisstate's said his group would try oc! .':, ALL FLAVORS JELL-0
61' .
system of judicial im- 1 1peachment lo swing public opinion behind 2 "" INSTANT .-.. ,II:.'" .
"::: "unworkable, im- uch a plan if it goes to the leg- cans :: .r. 4 reg pkgs. 45e

practical and obsolete." j slature.. Cola Liver Chicken or Chicken u. ;:: ..* r> SMMfiMMMMFREE (
In an address before some 400 Circuit Judge Joseph White of PET : DY" :w'i stt ...
of the Florida Bar As- ]Palm Beach COFFEE ,
members County also advocated ;:::>>:::
sociation's special committee on t a change in the methodof :# \X'XEXTRA
judicial selection and tenure I selecting judges. He said 2 6-or. 33 C b ak .r.........;,: ,;...._ ., I :;::; -- BO UUU OOr50

here Friday, Justice Drew said: 'Florida "has some good judgesin cans 4'... % uu3
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JL "Present laws on impeach- spite of our,present system Soap Pads -=:; %mt Stamp.BRILLO s
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_23nent are so vague there is nota and not because of it. -Th- jar LIPTON'S INSTANT TEA
-- judge in this room who knows A spoils system of patronage
'" What is an impeachable offense. exists in the method of appointing I large .' 3-oz. jar 79c
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"The legislature is no placeto judges to fill vacancies, pkg." c :"" '

try a judge because the legis- Judge White said. Western, Ham, Cheese, Mushroom : purchases of $3. :: : : ()JJJIWOOOQOOQJIlJ.9j
lature doesn't have enough time : William Whitaker of Winter .' -
to take care of its own business, Park, representing the Academyof BORDEN'S OMELETS =% -.... ,

..much less the judiciary's." Florida Trial Lawyers, told %..". "'. O EXTRA11r&O
-*:'Justice Drew advocated a"Unwelldefined the group "you're fiddling with 59 C
code which judges my freedom." rkg. i \l Jffl Green Stamps
"*" would have to know what con- Whitaker called the system e s \ '.; i I ..<*hit MMM W.......pfc
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stitutes impeachment conduct adequate and said when you .. s .. "' .INSTANT COFFEE
and a simplified method of im shift selection to a commission $1.59

peachment. "you shift it to its most devious Ex .rM W4 SpL 23 SM4QOOOOOOoMonooojiji

Raleigh Greene of St. Peters- level, where everybody goes [
burg, chairman of the Florida into a motel room, lights up a down produce lane .

.:Council of 100, called on the cigar and decides who hasn't gota

*. group to come up with a plan' job." : Crisp Pascal Celery OF"1OO5O?

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LUX .....rtY C 14-oz. size 79c _o<
Firms Granted ChartersTALLAHASSEE :"
stalk .
-fio-s .pires Wtd Sept. 210 UN.o.

Secretary Rog-Ran, Inc., 106 S. W. 38th fh.* LIQUID
,.of State Tom Adams last week St., dealing in merchandisingand ?. .tAw1, ,".I ,

_"announced the chartering .of furniture, is authorized to w. WHERE SHOPPING' IS A PLEASURE
..e two Alachua County corporations sell 100 shares of common stockat :

both in Gainesville In- $100 a share. Incorpcrators

corporators are not necessarily are Dalton Rogers, Jean M. .:. 49c GAINESVILLESHOPPING I

officers of the company. The Szafran, Adolph Szafran ? D d ., size 1

*-gtloew*.*.....j corporations. are: Eloise ville. Z._ Rogers, all of Games- CENTER

JZU:Bates and Green, Inc. 11 W.
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University Ave., dealing In real .
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non-profit organization "to promote ,
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business in Florida and '
no par value. Incorporators maintain dignity anJ honor ,of .= r z / 9-7 Saturday
-.-are H. H. Green, Herbert J. such business." Subscribers are

"Tones and H. G. Bates, all of Dana.F. Reed Jr. Winter Park, ... -,

-w Gainesville.The 'George Malin, Miami? and PaulA. i insect problems? use_ assorted styles assorted strained .

Yearling Corporation, Patterson, Clearwater.IR .
Main Street, dealing in restaurant 7W5R 236, Inc., 814 N.W. pest guard shelf paper I marcal paper napkins I 9er er's baby foods ..

and cocktail lounge. The 4th St, dealing in petroleum

company is authorized to sell products, kerosene etc., is authorized 25-ft. 39 2 80-ct. 25 26 -ct. 23 200-ct. 29 6 sawn 65
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Leverett, both of Gainesville, ders Jr., William K. Saunders
and Lonnie 0. Wallace, of lam- and Lois Niles, all of Gaines:

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BUSINESS MARKET rt (H Jew Tars on-
'I 4Z .4 REPORT .. ..... -" "' NEW YORK (AP))The stock[market might have posted again I High Low Close Net Chg.

I.' A..'... : ':\1 b'l, I market went through a slight on the week. II 25 Roils . 145.04 143.28 143.95 Off ;20
REVIEWInvestors The Dow industrials this week I 25 Industrials 896.53 876.15 884.45 Off 5:48
.correction last week, showing a declined 2.01 to 865.12. I 50 Stocks 520.78 509.71 514.20 Off 2.84
lower edge in very heavy trad- -
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ing. 323.1. weekly rise since early 1962. In- Bryant Names

Auto Contracts Volume of 27,850,830 shares Both declines were trifling. :dustrial for production the 11th straight in Augustrose Tax Collector
Believe compared with 20,904,600 in the They occurred in a week which :
week which cut to
previous was brought very encouraging news TALLAHASSEE Gov. Farris -
four days over the Labor Day from the broad economic front Steels and motors were mar- I Bryant has announced sev-

holiday. It was the heaviest and from corporations. ket pacemakers much of the sral appointments in Nor t h.

(t Will Start New Round of Inflation weekly volume since the week Ford's agreement on a labor time. :central Florida, including that
25 when 29,083,081 the
ended April contract with the United Auto Volume was swelled by of Clarence Shealy of Ocala as
shares were traded. Workers and Chrysler's avoid- apparent return to the marketof tax collector for Marion Coun-

i By THOMAS E. MULLANEYNew c imic expansion could carry spects of the present situa- 'fork Times combined aver- In spite of the easy performance ance of a strike by UAW office many small investors who
York Times I forward for many months t don is that no basic industry, ige of 50 stocks eased 1.26 for the week as a whole,, workers capped the week's indicated their presence by unusual -ty.Other appointments include

Financial Editor I more and that the odds favored rich as steel, will face wage i t o 514.20, while the Dow-Jones the market showed one big: budget of encouraging reports. activity on, the lower- Lank Akins of Bell to replace

t Sfaii fork tftmtu renewed inflation. I iemands closely following Steel's contract the- 2 j L01 industrial to 865.12.component slipped I flash of power on Thursday r Economists of the National priced stocks. .Jack Rowell, resigned, on the

NEW YORK Though Business analysts have been i auto agreement. when it roared to historic new r Industrial Conference Board U.S. Treasury bond prices Gilchrist County Park Board;

t many economists disagree, Investors ..more wary of imputing Inflationary -I expires around mid-1965. Chrysler leader again sales was of the 978 volume highs of 868.67 in the Dow Jones I predicted continued economic during the past week turned J. J. Brialmont of Bell to a new

: seem convinced that consequences to the Stepped up foreign competition )XX) shares. It on 1/ to 65. ,- industrial average and 324.0 in a expansion. Capital spending upward on balance for the first term on the District 3 Welfare

I inflation is on the way. That's I automotive pact. They believe : is also viewed as an important In order, the rose next most ac- The Associated Press averageof plans for business in 1965 were time in more than a month, but Board; and T. H. Rahn of Raf

\ the most common Wall Street it is too early to discern clearly force tending to restrain t:lye were American Motors, 60 stocks. reported even larger than the! corporate bond prices continued ford and Mrs. Sophia Rivers cf
of the stock mar- i its ultimate effects. substantial increases in sales to decline. Lake Butler to new terms c
appraisal jp tti, Ford up 1, Bethlehem Another shooting scare; in the huge total of 1964. Retail i
ket's recent sharp run up. A more temperate attitude, 'domestic prices. Steel up 2% and United States, Bay of Tonkin triggered a brisk t and auto sales advanced. Business !.. Bond volume' for the week totaled the Union County Library

j Again for most of last week therefore, pervaded last With all the buoyant news, ;Steel up 1%. selloff on Friday, otherwise th< bullishness was the most dominant week's meeting of economistsand the market moved solidly and
theme as the market business men at an all- generally higher before Fri-

averages rocketed to historiche day conference sponsored in day's late sinking spell There
;bts. New' York by the National'were 697 issues that lost I

4 f Optimism suffered Industrial Conference board. ground on the week and 673

a setback Gone is the almost unanimous -that posted gains a virtual

Friday, however Week optimism that characterIzed standoff but 14 of the 15

when in their forecasts earlier most active issues advanced.The antsgVALUE

traders evinced this year. In its place has popular averages show.

nervousness Busine>> sprung up a definite divisionof ed little change. The New S" ''aMCi1FTB P S .. a.. .
over, new ten- opinion on both the expected GREEN .
sions in the length of the boom and the OK

Viet Nam area. possibility of a new round of TimeExecutive Magazine HERE M BRANDS! 715FACTIONI

In a. brief period just before inflation. 11'S S

Secretary of Defense Mc- Many forecasters indicated DiesNEW MMOKE VALUED
Namara explained the latest conviction that the economy FREEIQUANTITY M ercmts

incident the averages plunged would continue to grow in YORK (APCharles Merchants
5 points in the Dow 1965 but increasing 1 SS5 X>
sharply an number Douglas Jackson, 63, senior vice B5
industrials but recoverecabout detect clouds on the hori, president of Time Inc. and for- ,.' GRE l15TAMPS
half the loss at the close. zone
of Fortune and
mer publisher
Undeniably the new boo m Those who hold that inflation ..
Life magazines, died Friday RIGHTS RESERVED
esulted from the generous. looms also seem to believe
wage settlement Chrysl er' that a downturn of sort;; night in a New York hospital PRICES GOOD THRU WED. NOON I PAID SWEETMILK
after an "illness of several LADY I
nade with. the United Auto. is in the cards for next year, months. in I lAmcriiiTCR BUTTERMILK
nobile Workers on Sept. 9,. The others lean to the view;
Vhen Ford accepted similar. that any downturn will be ether .. He had made his home in

erms Friday, Wall Street fell t deferred or' quite mild. New York City and Lenox,

ertain that the nation's econ One of the most fortunat eMass.;

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"an exceptionally complete and well-rounded program" observing Realtor

week last spring the Gainesville lard of Realtors won first place in its divis. EVARMILKFYNE'TEX IO
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I this week. At the presentation are, from left, Frank Greene a vice presidentof

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eight states won top honors having membership from 5 to sale or rental of real property a- !.FY/i
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last May, according to the program." ducted in four divisions. Other

National Association of Real Tysen said the program in- Florida winners are the Or- i

Estate Boards. cluded a luncheon honoring lando Winter Park boa r d,

Nine of the 20 top spots news media, adoption of a student -second in the 200 or more Ho.IOLady
went .to California boards, according scholarship project, and I members classification; Mi- .matoS.up 10H

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chairman of the NAREB's The Realtor Week observa- tion in the same class; and .

Realtor Public Relations I tion is an annual event "to the Clearwater Largo board,

Committee. Four Florida acquaint the public with the fourth in the 51to 100 mem- : Fair FF DELUXE CREAMY FROZENWAFFLES

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DEEDS I IAog John Michael Steadham to Blanche H. Richard D. League and wife 1937 N. E.
14-Sept. 3, Nat .ohnson 1823 N. W. 2nd Ave. Lot 12 of 7th Terr. Lot 39 of Mitchigan Heights. SWEET LUSCIOUS SUNRIPENEDHOHEYDEWS
Robert C. Blaisdell and wife to Henry I College:: Park Subdivision $10.500. sn.66. PKG .
Smith and wife. Lots one two. three, J. E. Pierson and wife and G. G Fletcher Builders. Inc., to Merle A. 35e
four of Block "L" of Fairbanks Park. I Kirkpatrick and wife to Gun Shades. artiste and wife. 427 S. W. 41st Street. OF 8ALL
$2.000. I Inc.. Lots 41. 49. 50. 51. 52. 71. 72 73. 74 Lot 21 of Fletcher Heights. $24.500.
S. M. Wall Company, to C. G. Kirkpa-I Of Highland Court Manor. $18,000. Richard A. Myers and wife to Allen
trick and wife and J. E. Pierson and Lester C. Hodge and wife to Paul J. H. Arceneaux and wife 2912 NE 10th ,
wife. Lots ....43.. 50.52.5X54.55.54. :heffieid and wife. Hampton. Virgin"H31 Drive. Lot S3 Highland Court Manor.
57 60. 71. 72. 73 74. 75. 74. 77. 1 a. E. quarter of N. W. Section of sec- 14200.
71. 79. 10. of Highland Court Manor. $15.-I, township 9, south. Range II east. Jack Clegg and wife to Charles A. HEW SLICED
$3.000. Perkins and wife. Block 90 Of G. E. FOSter -
700.J.. E. Pierson and wife and G. G. Leila Benner to Ralph W. DUdley) Addition. 1200.
Klrk trick and wife to Fir Shades. Inc. Newberry. N. E. quarter and North Glen Farrell Taylor and wife to BREAD
Lots 53. 54. 55. 54. 57. 60. 75. ". 71. 79. Half of Southeast quarter of Section 13, Jerry' E. ward and wife. Lot 44 of Carol RYE : 4;
of Highland Court Manor. $24.000. Township 9, south. Range 17, east $100. Estates East 113,300.K.tttrlne -
W. N. Inc. to "H-, Inc. lot 10. of ForM'Davis. Clyde a. Seckinger and wife to David P. Lewis to Dwam E. Small S'tl HM
wood. 1I.1OCI. Rowland and wife. Lots 50 4. of Ridge- and wife. 533 N. W. 35th Terr. Lot 70
G. Inc. to Karl The Losen. view. $100. Woodland Terrace. $14433.
Lot 93 Madison Park. $100. Fir Shades. Inc. to Robert P. Demo-. Jack Louis Turner to Audra Gene '
r Karl The Losers to Alachua Homes, ey and wife 3003 N. E. llth Terr.. Lol Ratiiff and wife. 392S N. W. 20th Terr.
Inc. Lot 93. Madison Park. $IDO. 37 Highland Court Manor. $12. 00. Lot 2 Engleside Subdivision, $8400. 1Soz 23 _
University Estates Inc. to James William A.. Frederick Jr. and wife tc. Buford Allen and wife to Leonard Halley _
Pierce Hale and wife lot I of University Evelyn Barker. 280 N. E. 10th Street.., and wife. Rt. 3. One acre in the lOAF EACH _
Acres Subdivision 86000.) Lot 121 of Highland Court Manor $15.-- Northeast corner of Lot 41 in section 19.
Edward E. Hyder and wife to CharlesE. .... township 9 south Range 2CE. $4,464. _
Whitney and wife 1455 N. W. 34th The James Company of Gainesville, Leonard Holley and wife to Butor AJ- _
Place. Lot 13 of Ridgeview. $100. Inc.. to John Glenn Sparkman and I len and wife. 1111 N. E. 10th AveLc
James L. Sanders and wife to Reliance I I- wife. 372 N. W. 17th Place. Lot 3 oScarfford I 3 of Elliot and L'Engles addition V
V. Klnsey and wife. 4006 N. W. 21st Plat. $14. 00. 444.Louis
Mortimer J. Soule Jr. and wife to W Bobroff and wife to Trt Find
lot 42 Hazel Heights. ,
Drive .: Inc. 224 South Main Street Lot 2 Off
Holioman and wife to Harry E. Haden Maddox and wife. 2237 N. W
S. E. Hawthorne' llth Avetn west 42-5 feet of Lot 4 o f Washington Heights. $3.000.
wife. 3206
Buskirk and Park Unit No. 4. $25 Mrs. J. R. Beck to William E. Hunt :
Rd.. Lot 9. 10. 15. 14. of Ridgeview. $1.000. Block 7 of Florida TiadjEiQ i -
and wife. West Va of Lot 12 of the Tjwn
Carrie McCreary to J. D. Hembree and 150.University Heights. Inc. to Standar::I of Grove Park $4.000.
wife. 732 U. S. 90 west. Milton. F....; Oil Co. Jacksonville Northeast come r Carl Rose and wife to William D. Reynolds ALL PURPOSE EATING OR COOKING
One fourth section 30. T9S. R20E. $1.000 of Northwest quarter of Section 4, TICS. Lot 115 of 0. A. Porters addition :
Blanche T. McCain to J. D. Hembree R19E. 865.000.Wilbur $1 CG.. mr MElDlAtc2S! :
and wife one fourth section 30. T9S. R- Bishop and wife to Ira J. Gar- Jack SaHett and wife to Cleo. Strawder 5 :
don and wife. 2051 N. W. 7th Place. U.i and wife. 1125 N. E. 25th Street. Lot 1I
20E. $2.000. I:1J: 4LB
Winnie Toms Nlchelson to Jack Oliver. of Collough HOI. $5.000. 2. 3. of the T. F. Thomas subdiv LADY FAIR tier .-/ UYK : APPLES
Melrose North 521 ft.. of East 1320 ftat Ruby Harper Klllmger to TrKFine, sion. $1.200. C. BONUS .... : rze GERMAN CHOC. CAKE BAG'I
Estates Inc. to Joseph
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Northwest quarter of Section14.. S4.SOO. Inc. 226 South Main Street Lot 1 C :
Brown and wife 1221 S. E. I9ta Terr. a ..
FanneAllen $11.500. .
Wilbert A. Allen and wife and Washington Heights. C -IO.-------J!.
'. Lot 4 Hazel Heights. $13400.Carotyn
Felder. to Henry Collins and wMe Fletcher Bros. Inc. to Charles R -
Alachua Fla. Lots 13. 14. 15. 14 of Perry and wife. Lot 20 Pine Hill Ei W. Holman to Joseph W. _
$3.000.Capital hart and wife. 140 N. W. 20tti St. Lot 2
Gulnn Williams and Reeves addition tV tates. .
Builders. Inc. t* Donald C:. of Osceola Heights 114,400
Ezra E. Smith and wife to Samuel G. Witherspoon. Lots at. .*, of Southstfl. Carmel Lancaster and wife to Charles I
Martin and wife. High Springs Lot 283 (Terrace.. $1,750.Fredrick B. Floyd and wife. 4300 S. E. Ufa Terr..
of Southsidt Terrace. $11,000. Carl Wlrth Jr. and wife 1'0 Lot 21 of Robinson Heights, t500.. I

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JOE-HALBERSTEIN' per weaved 80 yards'on a1 touchdown punt-return an ,.the way in': the Steve Spurrier to end Charley Busing" the. "monster? !.defense" ;, 'Spun\er.sparkled'as a signal- Jerry Newcomer. ..picked. off two
.Son Sports Editor punt return mid-way in opening quarter' when' he stepped Casey, was tremendous.line play Bothered? SMU considerably. caller.and'kicker Casey caught '"passes .
''111e} Zincy'feetof. 'halfback the third period1 to-break. opena .out,of bounds atthe, Flor- led by' tackle,Sydney MacLean,. Fine'Performances three _f fie,passes,;batik.MarquiS The Gators'appeatedoft-stride
Jack Harper and a smothering well-played and ,vastly-entertaining ida 36 after racing back' 28 guard Bill Richbourg and, end 'The"Gators showed a 'flock ''of: Baesrief tallied the' first: UF- on their timing;, probably an
dtf carried Florida's Gatorsto ,season's'opener by, both yards. He had.nothing but open Barry,Brown. 'fine Individuals although 'All--: ,' touchdown on a neat run, after -,'effect.'of four'' lost .day
a 24-8 regionally televised the Gators and '!invading Mus- space ahead., SMU was able to get only 80 SEC fullback Larry Dupree.aw former Gainesville High full: of practice last week during
football triumph over Southern tangs. Backing, up the offensive yards rushing, 38 more overhead ? limited "service 'as a ball carrier b ckJ'ohn'Feiber- ran'hard,-vet- Hurricane, Dora. Penalties" slow-. ..
Methodist Saturday at ,Florida Earlier, the nimble stepping ,show, which also.-produced a 32- and was harassed 'to the ,iii:the two -'platobning"sys-' -Bran quarterback, 'Tom Shannon. ,ed the Gators.ttoov -
Field.A Lakeland junior twisted 56 yard field goal by Jimmy Hall ''extent ,of three pass interceptions tem of- play Saturday., He :ran,; surprisingly 'turned out. to; .be But Harper: and ,the ,formio
crowd of 33,000,. held,down 'yards.with a screen pass to setup just before the end.of the first (one more .didnt count) just seven'time- for :23yards.. ,the Gator's*top''groUnd gain. : .able'defense. made up for; :any
probably by ;the free show on a first period Gator TD. He half and an eight yard scor- and a fumble. All hurt SMU SMU was keyed"to stop,:the Ga-. er' thanks .to good running on .shortcomings. '
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m )) {Thread of Conversation Rewoven 13 Years Later \

'it's been said before but it Is a small world. live in the area with part of the territory called Peter Cooper "That's one area that I think today's safetymen fall downIn

Village. ," Rossides said. "When I played at Columbia, we almost -
Almost 13 years ago I wandered through a maze of sky.Scraper -
.. apartments just north of 14th Street in New York always managed to run back punts close to mid-field.
Two Are Better I don't think the know how to judge a kick,
Gity, stumbled onto the right address, took an elevator to the Scrapbooks players today
right floor knocked on the right door and proceeded to get Joe Halbersteiu know when to catch it and run up the middle, how to take i
Rossides, since 1951, has moved from "Town" to "Vil advantage of blockers." 1
a fine interview with a standout sports figure.
lage," as it were. Rents are higher, for one thing, in Peter emotional ,
Cox queried to whether football demands more -
Friday night at the Gainesville Golf and Country Club, I ,Cooper). as '
picked up the thread of conversation almost where it end- You know,". he said, "I remember when wee looked at output than baseball. Rossides thought so. "In baseball could,
I think it's more a matter of concentration. I knowI
.ed in Stuyvesant Town back in 1951. Rossires' brilliant athletic well
my scrapbook. ( career was '
get keyed up for a football game but it didn't help'me hit
->''- The interview then, as Friday night, was with Gene kept for him by Mrs. Rossides). I thought about it after you ting a baseball."
Rossides. In 1951, Rossides was just out of college where he man, a Gotham sportscaster whose forte is basketball (and left. I then had copies ,made of the clippings. I keep one

.... made a name for himself as one of Columbia's "Gold Dust the best I've heard) on many shows. book at borne, one in my law office. I realized from your Why Not Best Game?

... r* Twins" in football The other half of the duo was Loa Kns- 'Rossides said he will do other regionals this fall between remarks that those articles would mean much to me andI

serow. Both were backs. Syracuse-Holy Cross, Dartmouth ,Harvard and Duke-North didn't want anything to happen to them." Rossides was quick to agree with an idea tossed out here

If Rossides needs more introduction to stir memories, foot- Carolina. After Rossides graduated from Columbia and before he that television of college football would be much improved -

ball fans quickly should recall what team snapped Army's His weekend pattern is to fly In 'on Friday early ,and fly was accepted for law school he got a job at Belmont Park if the top game in the nation could be shown each week."I .
streak after 32 without a loss in 1947. back late. race track. He helped take horses out for their early morn-
ginning games on.Saturday "
ing spin around the track. know what you mean, he said. "It's a tough job, 4
:It was the Blue Lions of Columbia, 2120. And to this day, making a college TV schedule for football. The NCAA .
The Learn "Oh, how I hated it, he recalled. "I bad to get up at 5:10
as Rossides related Friday, most fans say, "Oh, yes! That'sZbe Things They a.m., catch a subway to the Long Island connection at At- sets the rules. So many new teams, so many can only be +;
game where that guy made that diving' catch for a on so many times a year, this league so times. .
lantic Ave. then to Floral Park. The trainer would meet many .you
to ,
I interested know how Rossides his go
touchdown in the last second." that was only the was gets background
Actually need
to it out. It's
missed connection a computer figure a headache."It .
,me. Then I ride to the stables. If I my 4
second TD of the for Columbia. The Lions scored in information on the two.teams he has to comment about."I .
game and had to take the next train, he didn't wait. And it wasa would be better if the network could select its game
the final quarter with eight minutes left for the score that talked to Coach Graves (Florida mentor Ray Graves) "
two-mile bike from the station. in the week each
week. The
early spectators would always
sewed it up. for about an hour, be'said.. "Then I was shown films by
have been kind to Rossides if overlook the "
The to watch.
you big
years get a game
Coach Kensler (line tutor Ed Kensler) of some of the year's
fact that he's the best challenger to this writer for first About this time Junior Eldredge SMU's information
? Fast-Moving law Man scrimmage's. They identify players, formations, give 'me In-
,, place in the "barber's best friend" contest, if you know' director Rossides corraled him asked
formation that, I consider of a confidential nature. but, which passed by. for i
Rossides is a lawyer, general practice, and a good one. A: is helpful to me as things.unfold in a game.*' what I mean. He enjoys a-good.conversation.long after dinner _cigar and help on the ,Mustangs. to ,match what. he already.knew about

-"'fast-mover in today's fast moving world, Rossides commutes Rossides said NBC tends to focus, on halftime hoopla'.in-. a good long after-dinner sports the Gators.

between offices on Park Avenue in New York and K stead of too much -commentary. He likes this trend "I'm The Runback 'Counts TooThe A handshake, a well wish, an agreement to -meet. againin

_. Street NW in Washington, D. C. not for all this over-introduction of players before games, New York one day. .

*** I asked how he happened to be with NBC on the regional halftimes, that sort of thing. talk got around to the possibilities of a kicking game End of interview No.2, starring Gene Rossides. nice

telecast of the Florida SMU game Saturday. He said, The ex-Columbia ace reminisced of his early residence in Saturday involving SMU's Danny Thomas and Florida's guy who will never have to worry about finishing last. ; .

'MU< "Well, they were short one man for the four regionals. the ,New York area called Stuyvesant Town. It's part of a Hal Seymour and Steve Spurrier. A third party at the table
-'they were looking around and someone thought of me." Ros- complex of buildings, nine, blocks' long (14th to 23rd St.), was Louis Cox, sports writer for the Dallas Times.Cox talk- 1 .

;" ., sides is no stranger to his job. He has assisted Marty ClickJtxld built by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Some, 25,000 peopleROGER ed about runbacks. Rossides got into that act in a hurry.


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f 4 drizzleproofziplined
3 YORK (AP) Mickey Washington in 10 innings. :a 2-0 lead with his 32nd homerun \

-*:... Over Maryland k Mantle and Roger: Maris each John Wyatt, fourth Kansas ] in the first inning. The blow, \

clouted two-run homers as the. City pitcher, tied the major I off starter Diego Segui, came j'tf: .j {
F New York Yankees wallopeKansas' d league record for appearances ,after 1v
..m" COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) yard line early in the last quarter '' City 8-3 Saturday and by a pitcher, coming on in the Bobby Richardson collected \

_.-- Highly rated Oklahoma, giving Maryland a 3-0 lead. strengthened their hold on first sixth inning for the 74th, time I the first of his four singles. l ran oats J Jt

I threatened with a football upset With 4:30: to play, Hammond place in the American League. this season. Maris climaxed the Yankee

by a Chilean soccer kicker, was tossed his first of the :scoring with his 23rd homer in ; ea. eins
pass game Dick Radatz of Boston had a
The victory moved the Yan
.. saved Saturday by a 90-yard : t,
M"-'L touchdown play from third. from his own 10 to Rentzel, who kees one-half game ahead of the equalled the record only the I three-run eighth inning. Rich-
pass John Ham- caught it on the 45 and ran down Baltimore Orioles, who played night before. Jim Konstanty set 'ardsson who had singled across le
i in string quarterback
the sidelines without being Los Angeles at night. The Chicago -the mark in 1950 with Philadel- ]Ralph Terry, was aboard at the
1 1I tune. .
t.-- touched. I MARIS White Sox dropped two I phia. ;. \

-,. first downs Oklah'a 12 Mary 12 It was only the second pass of Raps Homer games off the pace, losing 1-0 to I Mantle got the Yankees off to New York scored its other

.: Rushing I yardage IS 171 1 the game completed by Oklahoma three i runs in the third inning, ; rtJ i iavo
-Passing Passes yardage MO 100 S-41 1/ which had been frustrated the first two on Elston Howard's ( th
Punts Passes Intercepted by 7M3T 1 1 time and again by a hardbanging 21-8 OVER PENN STATE bases-loaded single. 4 L 1

Fumbles lost 1 1 Maryland defense.
Yards penalized 50 35 Al Downing pitched the first I
No. 2 in the
T pre- rive innings for the Yankees '
"p 1" season Associated Press flL
poll, Defense Leads
=-mond to Lance Rentzel and got their second touchdown Victory j lust enough to receive credit for :
.., his 13th victory against eight \
downed fiercely stubborn Mary- when Maryland desparately --
I defeats.- He became the
land 133. i' tried to pull out a victory. Linebacker UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. him to minus 14 yards on the yard march, after Navy's second ,American League hurler first Fine imported,
._.. Bernardo Bramson David pass
19-year- Voiles 1
intercepteda water repellent
(AP) Navy's hard-charging ground. touchdown, that by Ingraham's 1 the 200-strikeout martinis sea-
--old sophomore who grew up in pass on the Maryland 10, setting Poplin. Stripped
and in his first defense stole the show Saturdayfrom Staubach was partially ham interception.The :son, reaching, 201- by, fanning
Santiago was up the scoring run by quarterback J five,Athletics. permanent cotton
,.....football game, kicked a. field, .Mike Ringer from sev- All-America quarterback pered by"a light drizzle which Middies opened the scor- lining and zip-out
goal sidefoot"style from the"22-: en yards 'out.Oklahoma Roger Staubach as the Middies fell during most of the game ing in the first period on a one- KANSAS CITY brbbi NEW YORK orion pile ling

..___ I crossed midfield defeated upset-minded Penn and a brisk wind. yard sneak by Staubach. Neil C'paiCrls If 5030 Kubek u abrkbi 3116 Ton Black Olive. f

seven times without being ableto State 21-8 in their 1964 college The turning point came in the Henderson had set up the score Causey CoUvitc-u 4010 4001 Maria Rleh'd cf 2b 5341 5112 i' Regular and long

UnimpressiveVols crack the Maryland defense, football opener. final quarter when Penn State'sBill by grabbing a Penn State finable Gemllt Mathews 1b cf SO 2110 0 0 Mairw Repaz rf rf 0 4222 0 0 0 sizes.
led by linebacker Jerry Fish- Huber at the Navy 13.Navy's Charles 3b 4000 Howard c 5022 y 1
dropped a potential Green 2b :3000 epitone ib 4000
man. The Sooners, making their Navy cashed in on a fumble touchdown pass on the Navy fine defensive play Edwards e 2011 Lopez If 2000 $18.95
Bryan c 2000 Boyer 3b 4021
Edge debut under Coach Gomer and two pass interceptions, one two with the Middies leading limited Penn State to just, one Segui' p 1000 Downing p 2000 0
Reynolds ph 1 1 1 0 Blanch'd ph 0000
Jones twice reached and the Maryland 25! ,only 148. I first 'down in the first half. The Jimenez Stahl ph ph 1010 1010 Gerry Hogan p pr 0000 1110 .' ,.,.....,..,..... ."
even recovered a
Mocs 10-6 Navy P. statt The heartbreaking from Lions gained only 39 yards in T.rf bull pr 0100 ,
Maryland fumble 15 yards from First downs t Totals 35352 Totals 351131KaMM K -I.
I lU the first half while the Middies
quarterback Gary
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) the goal without being able to Rushing Passing yardage yardag* 111 U 101 bounced ,off Huber's chest Wydman and blasted their way for 87 yards. New York city..o....?.>.?..... IN lOt tiC au-s.3x-f I IciilWJmzmz1f.
? 5-11 10-20
; over.
Tennessee's debut as a slot-T I Passes' intercepted by 2 0 ended Penn State's final thruston Staubach, sidelined for mostof New E-Kubek York,10.2BStahl Peplton.. LOB-Kans City 11, 1

team was far from impressive It wasn't until Hammond and I' Punts Fumbles lost 0-M42 f 2Yards the Navy 17. the second quarter because of ,la (23). SB-Rlcnardson.. Mantle HR-Mantle (32), Mar.
;" :.as the Vols ground out a 10-6 Rentzel collaborated on the penalized 0 37 I did 'vito. MCubek. SF-Ccla-
minor ankle injury, not!
longest touchdown in Okla- Navy Fred Marlin intercepteda IP.. H..R ER II SO
victory over Chattanooga Saturday pass I seem to have the form that :Segul L US ...... 21.3 6S
p 1 1
homa history that the Sooners Wydman pass several minutes Stock .............
in dull defensive football 12-32 0 0 1 2
a 58-yard touchdown .run by made him college football's top I .. .
could take a breath. When a later on the Penn State 17 and Pena .. ......2 1 0 0 2 0 225 W. UNIV. AVE. 1
Wyatt ........... 3
1 3
game. in 1963. : 1 0
':;"' Butch Metcalf's extra point kick Duncan Ingraham in the third raced to the six to.set up the player Downing W 3. 5 A 2 1 5 S
.. ,_ Tennessee, once one of the for its three touch- final Middies' score. Halfback I Gerry ..........4 S 1 1 0 1 FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT
was blocked, it was tense again quarter, I The Penn State line, led by Ed HBP-By Stock Kubek. WP-Dnwning.
.rnation's powerhouses, junked its Tom Leiser carried over from 'PB-Howard. T-3:02 A-M58. I
until Voiles got in the way of doWns.[ Stuckrath and Glenn Ressler,
traditional single wing this season the five with Marlin adding his I
sophomore quarterback PhllPetry's threw him for losses time aftertime
"' "- under the direction of new Meanwhile, Penn State almost third extra point. I
he dropped back to
I as
._...,.coach Doug Dickey. pass.
stymied Staubach, limiting the
Tim Montgomery had put He was unable to scram-
Only twice were the slow- Petry had to take over earlyin pass. J I
footed Vols able to mount sus- the second quarter when 1963 Heisman Trophy winner to State back in the game in the ble in his customary form be- : ': :
r.n pick'a
tained drives. The first came in Maryland's first-string quarter. only five pass completions in 13 third period with a 12-yard cause of bad footing on the slippery plaid 1I

the second period when Tennes. back,' Kenny Ambrusko, dislocated attempts for '44 yards and held touchdown run, capping a 65- turf. from our new 1 I

s AA..... marched 4ft yards far -its-,,' his left elbow. I f

>,",* touchdown, quarterback Hal Offensively, Maryland didn't i

.-\Vantland smacking over fromT""the J each Oklahoma territory until Genuine Shell Cordovanthe sportcoats r ,
:: three. Fred Martin kicked ]late in the third quarter, whenIt s
-".the extra point. j got to the 30. Bramson's firs
::: Again in the waning minutes, i intercollegiate field goal efort -F y

= the Vols drove 63 yards only to I didn't reach the goal line.

HI lose the ball on the Chattanoogaone But the native of Washington, long-wear. luster leather you like Y1y

= when guard Henry Sorrell ]D.C., who started playing soc- .

intercepted a Wantland pass. ,cer in Chile at the age of S,
= The Vols put three more I came through when Marylandgot '
points on the Scoreboard In the in range again because of a : ; .

rZthird. quarter when Martin punt by Rentzel that traveled .r.;. 1i
= kicked a 28-yard field goal after only 30 yards'Cats
Tennessee's Frank Emanuelhad

= recovered a Chattanooga f

tumble. on the Moccasins' 21. BopBeavers ; .
= *. Chattanooga's score came : :
midway in the final stanza when i

ZZZ Billy Tomlinson fumbled a kick- 7-3

= "off return and Chattanooga's .. s

Jack Proctor recovered on Ten- EVANSTON, HI. (AP) -

= ;nessee's 19. Steve Murphy's rushing and one

f On fourth down, quarterback hot hand by passing ace Tom 1
= .Ron Eisaman passed to end Jim Myers lifted Northwestern to a big, bold, brawny.:
Tanara for a touchdown. Two
r-3 opening football victory over
tweeds liven
ZZ Vol defenders deflected the ball Oregon State Saturday. up
*"" ; into Tanara's hands
s219s your leisure life
Coach Alex Agase's debut was '
a success as Northwesterndrove .to '; ,......."
Huskers Top[ 95 yards for its touchdown --, and spark your sports

IZZ i in the second quarter and .t MANSFIELDS wardrobe. Pick your plaid
South Dakota hard-charging defense never .>by the makers of Bostonians shaggy or smooth. Pick it in

!allowed Oregon State's multiple browns, grays, or olives.
JE :offense to get into gear. SHELL CORDOVAN is ,a luxury leather because it is a scarceand We have the pick of them all .
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Ne-
*.braska's defending Big EIght I Murphy, who gained 94 yardsin prized leather. It, was once used in the shields of Spanish Regulars, longs shorts,
24 carries, climaxed North- extra longs. From 35.00
Z launched
: champs their :
noblemen because of its
durability. Popular for
western touchdown drive with a gentlemen'sshoes
:: 1964 season Saturday with a 56 C.
-1_ to 0 romp over undermanned :one-yard plunge, after Myers because it takes a shine and keeps Come: try a pair. -' We have a huge collectionof j

":= South Dakota of the North Central completed six of seven passes in slacks to'complement: your i
!- Conference. the drive to set up the score. Available. In Cordovan end Hack. .-v. .. coat.

:pm Nebraska, testing replacements Oregon State's only score also EXCLUSIVE AT- .

__-- for: graduated veterans; came in the second quarter,J ", J
::::: didn't click until halfway when the Beavers recovered a 1 -; : rnma4 \'v

---a,through-the first quarter, when fumble on the Northwestern 47 a. 225 W. UNIVERSITY 'Av NUE S ,

::1 halfback Kent McCloughan and marched to the' Northwett-I 5' *.* .' 225 W UNIVERSITY! Avr UE
t : capped a 7-play, 36-yard drive ern nine but were .

,"-T-- by taking.a pitchout and sprint loss and had to 33-j FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOTr
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: The losers invariably take a shut-up-and-deal attitude fol-
y a :: J lowing a hard fought contest and SMU was no different

7 : q., from any loser across the nation that bowed in defeat

4Jyy i ,tb Saturday., ,
3.t ff; ;i NFwfp bYtacY6 di' s: eo
y nrI Jtiw'TX*+ AkA7 ? 3ap rr-YdF The Mustangs from Dallas just couldn't find it fIr their
; big Texas hearts to give Florida full credit for its 24-8
% ""G"L"1'xt za 'i win on Florida Field.
I I .'.t avT, '.f.: i': '$ y t .-.. __ "'_ .
wavp aA:.> S d n a '+B' ;<,w'' 'rrx! Via'' .. n ny J.CX art' ..g' Haggard and solemn players --1
wanted to blame them-
selves for the loss but SMU 1t I

fop 4 ry *, / Y'aNPY" t'tfg a; w nYKYh Head Coach Hayden Fry
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drenched with perspiration, iIi
rose to the occasion and gave ._ \

t Y n aYif the Gators a gentlemanly nod

of approval.Big a Z
w l lto'
and \S {\
t.aa Tough S
r'F.Yaga s. YF4yy.," "Y t "Damn" grinned the b i g -' :.
Mustang coach, "but weren't ,::'...... ..
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: y they big and tough." Larry Woods
Soa "Florida I mean. They were just all over the place

once they got to rolling.

't A( yi v. r '4"a.E "Both teams were a little rusty at the outset but I am con.

4 Y. R 'YJ."y vinced Florida has what it ,takes to go all the way this

.- ti Ia' season," added Fry.
$ ..
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best punter last seaon, and junior halfback Jimmy Taylor,
eUSM +.t* who electrified Gators fans with 53-yard punt return, puta
damper on SMU chances..

} r . -''''''''--'" '. ........." .... Bad Sight
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( BIDS FOR: ACTION bench I would get a little, sick to myself" added Fry.

"Jack Harper broke our back and Larry Dupree kept us

nervous all afternoon," concluded Fry.

,-z Donnie Oefinger, a sophomore quarterback who made his

Knnh Snurri&r SnarkfasBy.NIS debut in college ball, and who stepped in for the injured
+"l w" k s.Y Thomas said his team "just wasn't clicking.I'"Florida
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hurt ourselves- more.than anything," added the 185-pounder.
NISSEN :Sfeve Spurrier handled the set the strong SMU punting led.to SMU's lone touchdown.
;_ like seasoned game.. Got the Jump
AsistantSP EditorA quarterbacking : '
: ; "It 'close and could have Guard John LaGrone who
was 200-pound soph spent some
of performer and lofted numerous "This ,was the. bcit prepared
i large amount press u r e "
gone either way, he ,said. "Idon't unwanted moments in Florida's backfield several times Satur-
04.a was lifted from the backs of booming spirals as the. Gstors team to: play an opening ball
:: Tommy Shannon and Hal Seymour trimmed. .. SMU, 248.Good game since I've been here," "have- any criticism of the day, was hi turn impressed with Florida's speed and, said" ,
: f call. "They would get the jump on before realized it.
: 'Saturday afternoon' as the Job Graves said. "I think the boys you you ,
a sure shone brightly :on' Florida Shannon :turned in: a. better really grew up. Graves also pointed- out that "But I 'still think if it hadn't been for those two long
Field. than adequate job at quarterback -, interference was on Allen runs by number 33 (Harper) we would have been in the ball

sophomore from:Tennessee, ,.while Seymour, was,limit :Key Plays"I Trammell and not ,Jerry New- game right down to the finish. We are better than the score
City;,'reim., put in a strong'.bid cause of a 'recent bout with "play Just about in every quarter of the dressing room SaturdaySMU
overall he continued. "I think
i :for: playing time this ',season. mononuclepsis.Spurrier'the.. .Newcomer leaped in front of gridders found a kind word for Jack Harper, the Ga-
the should
1 game definitely have the intended, receiver to
sOphomore.didn't spear tor halfback who undoubtedly was the difference in the
.. been, a tossup we just came the ball, while Trammell. was
look likea sophomore hi his non-conference'clash.
first varsity outing. up with the key play;)." in back of the play. "The kid is the greatest," said coach Fry.
What About ? He
) II halfbackJack
I I Dupree How. "do 'you. explain"that, was referring to

,coach? arper's.two broken-field Has the Moves
The man who'd m natedFlorida's defense explained Coach always played that' type I "He isn't inexperienced,.",said runs and defensive halfback Jerry : VMI Loses "He has the moves, and today he had the blocking to go

offense the' past Ray Graves, and Dupree .game. Ray, Graves, the"head: Gator of ; Newcomer's two pass :inter with it," interjected SMU tailback Floyd Burke, an Amarillo

the ball echoed the reasoning. "'I.'I1"a,1'. was the' quickest them all.,"He's been playing for ceptions. 14-12 sophomore who also played in his first college game Satur-
years ran only "They had an' eightman team, I've, ..ever. played II seven.years" Let's'get back to Spurrier'and Opener day.The

seven times against SMU line which made it hard to against," said,a:smiling Du But not in college, coach, :Shannon for a minute Lakeland 185-pound halfback reeled off an 80-yard punt
Saturday,and, left fans in a run Dupree's plays," Graves pree who'was: pleased with came:the. ,eager writers' retort. .'I "thought they path did good LEXINGTON Va. ;(AP) return in addition to rambling 56-yards on a pass from
said. "Shannon
I j jobs; Graves
William 'and Mary :found its
puzzled condition. said. "They were running the opening 2f8 victory. Tom Shannon. "S" -
; He is Now with : '
fullback linebackers through all'' the '"They run; a ,stack in came"up some big plays; offensive punch 'with Its:.second 'We were :laying' for Dupree and' this Harper boy springs
Why was All SEC ",. "Yeah, but after his first-play and Spurrier did"a fine overall .
time, there, stopping everything, ,. unit. ,. sparked by sophomore loose," said a SMU tackle.
used'so: in there he experienced d 1-2
'Larry Dupree ,- was ., job. They're, a good: : punch
out that from tackle to tackle he .
Graves pointed : :Graves anSwered. -' and: I'm glad we've got halfback, Chuck Albertson, and "We hurt ourselves a lot on critical plays. .but 33 (Harper)
sparingly? the 'defense not geared said. : ,. '".': .
was "Kicking played a' big part them;both.": surprised'VMI,114-12, Saturday did his. share .of.the. '. damage .too; -. :
The 'e..was in SMU's to stop Iupree'bu that SMU -NIS 'NISSEN "" '
for.both' teams, Graves: con- Graves:also commented on the Southern,"Conference" 'foot -
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I .
tinued. Those boots of;55, 52'and the'questionable interferencecall ,
ball for both teams
opener .
.. 46 off in the second
yards by,Spurrier helped ,'quarter that '
Albertson set up .the Indians
3 .1 first:score.with,52-yard quick Mustangs Treat Fans
I kick.to.VMI's 5 yard line, kept a
< \ 42-yard march alive with a 22-
s, : f. ,yard run to the'Keydets J4,and To Latin-Style KickHas

;vY ,< finally scored from,lour yardsout

with 2:55: left in the first the mighty gridiron game gone Latin?

@' d ,half. Football fans at Florida Field and across television land
A were treated to a Latin version of the field goal late in
z qg a. "- the fourth quarter Saturday when John Cravens tried a 40-
.7 '
Clemson 28-0 yarder for SMU. .

.. The wiry Costa Rican; a 135-pound sophomore who was
plucked from a physical education field on the SMU campus,
C Over FurmanCLEMSON
Y a ( b kicks the ball off of the side of his foot similar to a soccer -

.... boot. .
5. > S.C. (AP) Halfback "We saw John kicking one day on the PE field and"asked

N Y { x Yt : :Hugh Maludin blitzed little him if he would try his side-kick for the team," explainedhead
Furman with two sparkling coach Hayden Fry.

,. touchdown runs Saturday as "He's a pistol, but it looks like we should have left him
Clemson scored a 28-0. opening on that field," Fry said kiddingly.

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'_ \ t<.'tR Auburn Blasts Houston :

Golf Hex, WinsAmateur er y, Pat" 1 ry ..:, tJf" ;, j

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r' 3.'w AUBURN, Ala. (AP) The yards on the ground in the first I Tiger offense. most of the way, virtually eliminating the, :Cou I

one-two punch of All-America half and one lathe last 30 was shaken up .in the closing gars' aerial. attack. 1
Oven Jimmy Sidle and bulldozer minutes. minutes and replaced by sop o. Again and again, bruising
L- .c Tucker Frederickson'carried Auburn defenders grabbed more Tom Bryan, who scored tackles jarred the ball
Auburn's football team to a 30-0 four Houston fumbles and each the' last touchdown from the from the Houston backs. Bogue j

CLEVELAND (AP) Bill 40-foot putt on the 29th hole and i k T victory ,over Houston Saturday.Sidle one figured in the Tigers' scor- Miller, second-string Auburn

Campbell shattered the long pulled ahead to stay with a '. who led the nation's ing. The first three touchdownsand five.Jack Skogand Preasley Cooper end, recovered one bobble on .
time hex of his West Virginia winning birdie on the short 35th. v Y quarterbacks in rushing last Don Lewis' -31-yard field Houston' passing specialists, Houston's two yard line after

nemesis with a 1-up victory over There both Campbell and year with 1,006 yards, alternat goal followed fumble recoveries. were continually crowded by the ball had been knocked from I

Ed Tutwiler Saturday and made Tutwiler missed the green Houston Aaharll Sidle, who engineered the onrushing Auburn linemen. Coooer's hands.&t' I i iI

good on his 21st try for the Na- the former 45 feet to the right in :: First downs 2 U
RUshing yardage 17 236
tional Amateur Golf
knotty grass and the latter 75 & Passing yardage 47 82
ship. feet short. Tutwiler 'shot over Pisses Passes Intercepted by 5 I 12 7.19 t North Carolina Gamble f F
The 41-year-old former Walker the Punts 1.351 3-41
green, chipped back to within ;" >.' Fumbles lost 4 1 ;
Cup captain from Huntington 20 feet and Yards penalized 56 U
W. Va., beaten in seven of two-putted for a ,jII Houston ................,.. 0 0 0 *- .
bogey four Campbell. chopped .# Auburn ................ 7 '.10 7-30
'he nine previous meetings with the ban ;.1 AUB Sidle 7 run (lewis kick)
to within
his 45-year-old rival, tied the sank itThe four feet and fatted AUB) Frederickson 1 run (Kick fails in Loss to State

tense final battle with a mighty AUB FG Lewis 31
scrambling, wisecracking AUB Sidle 1 run (Lewis kicks
AUB Bryan 5 run (Lewis kick)
Tutwiler, a prosperous car ....., Attendance 25000. I CHAPEL HILL,'N' .C. (AP) I Heels to a touchdown in the Talbott pass on the Tar Heel 38.
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Yankees Use who recently transferred ed with the hard-charging Fred- North Carolina gambled for two closing minute. He threw a vineyard On the first play, Falzarano r
from Charleston, W. Va., to Over the Top erickson in driving gaping holesin points after roaring 80 yards for scoring pass to halfback went off right tackle and raced i

Indianapolis, made a bold bid to the Cougar line. Sidle scored a fourth period touchdown Sat- Ken Willard with 43 seconds left over the goal Deters again r

Rain To Up prolong the match on the 36th. Cougars' Mike Spratt (22) gives Tiger Bogue twice, Frederickson once. urday but lost and bowed to and then gambled for a't wo- kicked the extra point State's
He flew his second over the North Carolina State 14-13 in an point pass play which failed.. eventual winning margin.
Miller (85) a lift over the top as he stops his advance On defense, sixth ranked Au-
green into the gallery chipped during Auburn's season opener Saturday. burn was even more formidable -Atlantic Coast Conference foot- State outplayed the big Tar North Carolina tied it in the :

Flag ,Race back to within 11 feet but could Houston went down in defeat 300. (Wirephoto) allowing Houston only 16 ball thriller. Heels most of the way. In the third period, rolling 75 yards for:
get; no better than a half with a State turned two pass inter- second period, Taibott passedon a touchdown. Willard bangedover

BALTIMORE (AP) The bogey five. Campbell missed the ceptions into second and fourth his second varsity play and from the five after leadingthe

Saturday night game betweenthe green and two-putted for a five. period touchdowns. Both inter- State ,end Tony Golmort of drive with smashing power
Baltimore Orioles and the "Unbelievable," Campbell Army Rolls To 34-0 Win ceptions were thrown by Danny Beaver Falls, Pa., interceptedon drives. Dave Braine kicked the

Los Angeles Angels was post- exclaimed as he shook hands Taibott,.North Carolina's highly the Tar Heel 45. He raced extra point.
poned by rain. A doubleheaderwas with his West Virginia friend. regarded sophomore. down the sidelines to score. The Tar Heels attempted a

scheduled for Sunday. "A championship" after 26 Talbott, however, atoned : In the fourth period, with the first period field goal from

Because of the postponement, years. Over Outranked CitadelWEST ,somewhat by leading the TarGreen's score tied 7-7, fullback Pete State's 13 but Braine's effort
the Orioles dropped one-half "We kept the people out in the Falzarano grabbed another was wide to the right.
rain, the gregarious Tutwiler
behind the American I
League game leading New York Yankees -said with a smile. "It must have POINT, N.Y. (AP) on a punt return of 73 yards as,with a quick step that was almost 505
been a good match. Dog it, Carl Stichweh covered almost I
gone -
who defeated the Kansas Army won its fourth game in ] a stumble.
I thought I made that last putt" :200 yards three
on scoring plays
City Athletics 8-3 earlier in the the series against the military Citadel managed to move the
The match between the two Saturday to lead Army to a 34-0
day.Dean Chance to be- 40-plus West Virginians, who ;football victory over The Cita- college of South Carolina.The 1 ball two yards on three plays on Leads MooseA.

seeking have been at each other's'del. outcome of the game was j the next series, then Kroghie

come the league's first 20-game throats in friendly competition Stichweh, Army's 190-pound I obvious. 'from' the opening kickoff Andresen punted to Stichweh, J. Green of Team No. 6 .
winner, was to have started for American League National uagut
for 15 years, was played in dreary I quarterback, scored on a 93- I although Stichweh's 78-yard I who caught the ball at Army's topped the Moose Lodge mixed Wen Lest Pet. Behind won Lost Pet. Behind
the Angels. The Oriole starter loop at Palm Lanes with ....... '_ KPhlladelphl1 ... It 59 .601
was to have been rookie Frank all-day rain over the,6,863- :yard run, a run of 29 yards and .kickoff return was nullified by a :27. He moved through the Cita- a New Baltimore York ....... 88 e9 '59 1 ..599 S"3 Vt xSt Louis._.... 12 64 ..542 -6xCincinnatl
yard, par 71 course. I clipping'.penalty. 505 set on games of 165160180. Chicago ........r M 63 33 2 II 6.S .5SS 7 San
Bertaina, who pitched a one- Citadel Army I del defense untouched and got Bob Brown, No. 3 had 493 and Detroit .....,.. 77 72 .517 12 San Francisco .. 12 67 .555 7Ya j
It was a tight stroke-for- On the second from ......
First .
I downs 11 13 play Cleveland ., 75 72 .510 13 Pittsburgh 76 71 .517 12Ya ;
.hitter for his first major league stroke battle after Rushing yardage 142 375 scrimmaga tailback Fred J free on Tom Schwarts'block at Roger Foerst, No. 5, rolled 492. Los Angeles ..no... 76 75 .503 14 Milwaukee ...... 76 72 .514 13
last Campbell Passing yai(9Qe 63 62 Minnesota ....._ 74 76 .493 15V4 xLos Angeles .._ 74 74 ..5015
triumph rallied from three holes down to Passes 12-22 7.15 Barofsky reversed over left The Citadel for a 73-yard touch Stan Jeff had a 190' high game. Boston .......... 61 83. '.450 22 Chicago ....._... 67 11 .453. .22eHouston
With rain forecast for Sunday Passes intI\cepted by 1 2 Gay Arnold of No. 3 led' the Washington ..... 59 72 .391 31 ........ 61 II .409 21\-\
the Orioles waited 45 pull even at the end of the Punts 738.3 5-32 tackle and scored on a 72yardrun. c down. Kansas City ..... 54 Y5 .342 35YeslerdlY's xNew York '.... 50 97 .340 38Ya

morning minutes, before calling off the morning round. ya.Fumbles...d... __"ftall.a'lost.11"""" 3 K 'U"3. .-_'n._ -He-_ _!shook:____-_ the.--_ last: defender_._______ Early in the second period Women with 465. Lee Green, Results x-Played night gameYesterday's
In the 18 afternoon holes No. 1, had 454 and Ruth Cappe : Results
only New York I, Kansas City 3
contest A sparse crowd sat in three were won. All the others Stichweh scored on a beautiful 446. Splits were made by Mrs. Boston 7. Minnesota 2 Chicago S-S Milwaukee :3-1

. partially lighted Memorial were halved five of them in White Sox' Blanked 1-0, 29-yard rollout. He made his I Arnold, 5-10; Foerst, 7and; Cleveland Washington at 1,Detroit Chicago, postponed 0, 10 Innings rain j St.San Louis Francisco at Cincinnati.13. Pittsburgh 2. twl-nfeht
Stadium until the decision was Melba Sanders, 4-5. Los Angeles at Baltimore, postponed rain New York at Houston, night
made. bogeys as weariness and pressure final score early in the fourth! I Philadelphia at Los Angeles "';'IM,
took its toll of the Toby Rutledge's 478 paced the Today's Games
aging period when'Army was put backon Today's Games
Chance and lefty George
legs. By Senators'Daniels Thursday Morning Coffee Los Angeles Brunet 2-1 at Ea'tlmore! Philadelphia Bunning 17.5 at Los Angeles
Brunet both former Orioles, its seven"y Andresen's punt.I League while Elaine Allen Bunker 16-5 Koutax 19.5 or Brewer 2-2 i
Until the final holes, it Cleveland Stange 7H2 at Detroit Lolich
was a :St. Louis Richardson 3-2 at Cincinnati
were listed as the probable On the first play he rolled out,' had 461 and Lynn Johnson 16-1 Maloney 14-10 I
starters for Los Angeles Sun- fine match, requiring birdies to CHICAGO (AP) BennieDaniels' the Seators".suddenly struck. Kansas City O'Donoghue 9.11 at New Chicago Buhl 13-12 at Milwaukee Bias-
scooted the left 'sideline cut 426, Jackie Smith made the 5-10
win, but five of the last six holes uP' York Bouton 16-13 ingame 5-5
four-hit and
day. Bertaina and another pitching; a Don Lock and Jim King, who Washington Stenhouse 2-7 at Chicago I PlttsburglClrdwell 1-0 at San Francisco
were halved in fives, four of 10th inning run produced by in at midfield and easily out- split. Peters 111Minnesota Perry 11.10 I
rookie, Wally Bunker, were the them 'had the. only previous hits off Frank Martin, First Methodist Kaat 14-8 at Boston Connolly New York Parsons 0-0 at Houston Bruce
raced The Citadel
bogeys. Dick team.
Phillips' sacrifice fly gave 3-10 13night
choices of Oriole Manager Hank
Horlen singled with none out No.2, led the Church
Washington a 1-0 victory over Curt Cook, Army's Go Team
Chicago Saturday and left the and Phillips .followed, with his quarterback, scored in the third league with 169-169-188-526. Tom
t tI
Bauer.Wildcats BravesWith Split White Sox in a precarious posI- sacrifice fly before Horlen got period on,a three-yard plunge., Elfe, University Methodist, had 8 MORE NCAAFOOTBALL
523; Lloy Koser, Univers i t
Nip tion in the American League out of the jam. y
Methodist 510 James Wells
; ,
ChicagoMILWAUKEE pennant race., Phillips also hod beaten the VPI Barely Advent Christian, 508; and: Bob I GAMES \.
I The loss, their second straightto
Detroit 13-6 White Sox Friday night with a Pyles, First Nazarene, 5 01.
the the
Senators dropped
(APRico sacrifice fly in the ninth inning. Beats Pyles had 'a 202 high 'g 'a m e.
White Sox 1% behind.the .
LEXINGTONeKYL. { A1)), .- CartY ''drove' in fours runs With tirst-pl ce'll 'w games York Yankees, Daniels brought his-record to R. P. ,Mathison, First Methodist IN COLOR PLUS \

The Kentucky Wildcats, plaguedby two hom rs' ,leading Milwaukeeto ,who were playing Kansas City. 7-10 with the victory while Hor- (AP) Virginia No.1, made the 3-7-10

fumbles, parlayed two touchdowns an 8-5 second game victory The third-place White Sox cur- len is 11-8. Tech and its one two punchof THE WORLD SERIES! ,
by Rodger Bird and the over' Chicago Saturday after rently are four games down in The White Sox-, held' hitless Bob Schweickert and Sonny split.LSU

passing of Rick Norton Satur- Larry Jackson won his 21st the lost column with only 11 until Ron Hansen singled lead Utz came from behind and Wins I

day night to defeat Detroit 136.'game in the Cubs' 5-3 triumphin games remaining. I ing off the fifth, had failed to whipped a scrappy Tampa football .

the opener. Daniels, pitching his second take advantage of two scoring team 1814. BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -I think
The Wildcats lost four fum- Carty belted I 14-11 with less than Louisiana
a bases-empty straight shutout against the opportunities. Trailing State unveiled a new
bles to nullify a strong offensive homer off Dick Ellsworth in the White Sox, was locked in a I In the second inning, Daniels seven minutes left Schweickert -attack and quarterback Pat
attack and needed a fourth per- first inning and came back with scoreless duel with Joel Horlen walked Hansen and Al Weis a do everything quarter Screen gained 179 yards in total I

iod score to win it. a three-run blast, his 19th, that going to the 10th. Horlen had with two out, but J. C. Martin back, moved the Gobblers 80 offense as the Tigers posted a 9- color/

The game began as a one-man climaxed a five-run second allowed only two hits none grounded back to the mound for yards for the winning touch- 6 victory over Texas A&M Sat-

show by halfback Bird. He In- inning. since the seventh inning when the final out. down. urday night .'
tercepted a Detroit pass in the

end zone halting a drive.

After the interception Ken- : AdtI l ....,,
tucky marched 80 yards in 12 U.S.A. for L.B.J. I MI

plays for the only score of the I

first half. Bird went the final 27 i S l le
yards on a pitchout from Nor-
ton.Neither I!
team could score ::1 1'.i
again until Detroit quarterbackRon PUBLIC INVITED 1\ .i

Bishop ran 41 yards for a ,
touchdown early in the fourth !

Minutes later Bird returned a

Detroit punt 41 yards to the 1I 11 1

Titan 33. Running plays gave
the Wildcats a first down and
then Norton hit Dan Spanish 1

with a pass at the eight. Bird LI loIod"21CT. 1
a I drove to the one-half yard line / 201140 4r-ewan le.pcture rue.e4 nerip+e ewe siea.;

t then carried the ball over.

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coach with the club since ita t' jy orc.j=* connections o;

entry into the National League

In 1962. signed a two-year contract
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I\ Hurricanes Rally Too Late, Lee Triumphs, 20-13:

By N1S NISSEN I don't know what happened: to had to settle for six points.

Assistant Sports Editor the offense. We gave ""em the GHS started another TD drive )

JACKSONVILLE Gaines ball too many' times on fumbles minutes later, with the big gainer .

ville High arrived in this North- close in." a 22 yard pass from Eck #" .

east Florida city, which Is GHS turned In an excellent dahl to end Bobby Round t r e e. .. ... .

known in sports circles as borne goal line stand to escape inJury But the drive was thwarted for f ...:- ... ..." ..........' ...

t. 'r. !' -, of the Gator Bowl, for the on fumble No. 1, but the insufficient yardage the Lee j .- .>- ;" .

I ''' purpose of unveiling its 1964 second bobble was costly. 27., .'" .

I /1- football team.Impressive Eckdahl got back in the aerial .:... .

-f credentials were i STATISTICS groove in the final pcrold, .;

; in order for Coach Jim Ni- ,First downs OH*$ tee 7 ,tossing, a 35-yard touchdown ,, .::';.
From rushing S 4
strike to halfback Mike Gibson -
black's crew in the Friday night -
From passing 2 3 :
I invasion. From penalties 2 0 with 9:11 left in the game. Gib- ? : -00"i; : "'
Yards gained rushing } 45
-I' f But, four fumbles later, the Yards gained passing fl 4* son added the PAT from place- .; ,...
: Passes 4-21
1\ 37 ment and the
\ ; Hurricanes returned home with Passe* Intercepted by 0 2 ,scoring *ras ov .
I I Punts 2-40.0 735.1 er.
their first defeat of the season
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Fumbles lost 4 1 .
,; ',' 20-13 at the hands of RobertE. Yards lost penalties U 61 Another Drive '.
.. Score by quarters:
\ Lee. OHS ..................... 114 7-11 Gainesville launched anotherTD ,:
.... \ The perennially' strong Gen- Lee ...................... e 7 7 1-21 drive minutes later, but it -c r' .5 '
erals who were thought to sleepa Scoring summary:
halted when intercepted
was Chip Kirby
)) 'j Touchdowns: -
,1Jt. ,\ little this season awoke early Lee Lanier, pass (12 yds ) Eager an Eckdahl pass on :T. S
ton PAT No good Schmidt (7 yd)
and capitalized on numerous
s I, run PAT good the Lee two-yard line. '
} Gainesville miscues. GHS Eckhahl pass (40 yds. to Smith
Eckdahl started the drive 5-
'".,. ,. ,.." Braced This Time PAT No good. Eckdahl pass (35 yds.) '
SS ., to Gibson PAT Good. with a broken field jaunt of 32 ,
: Hurricane Dora and just ; S
yards on a keeper play. .5
<. '
,;'t': come and gone, with a trail of Lee pounced on a fumble by Opportunity knocked at the S '

;; destruction and horror as proof. GHS quarterback' Jackie Eck GHS door in the closing minutes -

4 Jacksonville was braced for dahl at Hurricane nine-yard but the Hurricanes

: t .'""".' Hurricane Gainesville's arrival. line three plays after :the opening wouldn't let it in. S'S

"We just made too many mis- kickoff. Gainesville turned the tables

takes," said an unhappy Ni- But four downs could produce and recovered a Lee fumble on 'v', ',

; black on his way to the dress- only four yards, and the 'Canes the General 15 yard line with )\

ing room.. regained possession ,of the elusive -1:46 remaining to play.A .
I-:Eagerton (40) of Lee stops GHS quarterback Jack Eckdahl on run. "Our.defense looked gr eat ball at their fiveyard pass interception call shoved
down there the lir.e but
on goal stripe. toe',ball down to the eight-

Disaster in the form of a fum- yard 'line and a closer shot at

NORTH MARION WINS 13-7 ble struck again on second tying it up.

down, and Lee was back cn'the But the Hurricanes came up

offensive at ,the GHS 16. with another extremely costly

The Hurricane defense again fumble and surrendered the ball Chip Kirby (22) and Bob Hackett (20) Lee defenders

I Colts Down Eau Gallie rose to the occasion and held at the 10 yard stripe where knock down pass intended for GHS player. I

the Generals to four yards on Lee ran the clock out on two (Sun photos by Eddie Davis).
the first three downs. running plays.
EAU GALIE-North Marion's Penalties and a hard rain in I over the point for, the 7-7 dead- -.. ---
First Score
t highly-rated Colts opened what I STATISTICS I ganized except for its one TD Marion's attack and limited the But S Lee. was not to be denied

S is to be tremendous push.a passing game for both teams.
expected a ,
North Marion Eau Gallie paydirt this time as a 12-yard
football year by notching a 13- First downs 7 7 pass from quarterback Terry Toole said' tackle Roger; Wood pass from halfback Beaver Lanier Lake Butler

7 win over Eau Gallie Friday Yards Yards gained gained rushing passing 130 21 125 30 Bolinger and ran 32 yards for turned in an outstanding offensive to his 'running mate Terry Tops

S night. Passes 1-2 1-2 the touchdown that producedthe and defensive game, making : Eagerton produced six
Passes Intercepted by I 0
The defeat marred the dedi- Punts 330.0 3- 40.0 win for Coach Stan Toole's 15 tackles and leading the points. The Scoreboard: clock

cation of the new Eau Gallie Yards Fumbles lost lost penalties 75 C SO 1 club. blocking to clear openings for showed 6:31 left in the first pe-

gridiron for the home eleven. Score by quarters: Stone also put North Marion the Colt backs. Newberry by 200By

The Colts scored first, Eau North Marten ........... 7 I 0 4-11 ahead 7-0 in the first period Other North Marion players roid.Lee tacked'on another touch-
Eau Pallia .............. I I 7 1- 7
Gallie tied in the second half with a 35-yard run. He kicked who stood out on defense were down early in the second quar-

and then North Marion won Scoring summary: the point and the margin held Don Smith and Tookie Pruitt ter to put the stunned Hurricanes JIM KING
Touchdowns: 1 ler back'stopped by New berry'sinitial C:arried 10 times for 41 yards
their ninth game in successionover up until the third quarter.Eau at ends, Jim Huff, linebacker; in a 13-0' hole. Sun Football Assistant J tackler. md was in on six tackles dur-

the past two years witha North from Marlon Bolinger Stone. PAT 2 (35- run Stone: 32(run pass). Gallic tied when Jim and Corkie Pruitt, halfback. Quarterback Kent Schmidt ,NEWBERRY-A trio of hard- After the first two plays from i ng his busy evening.

fourth-quarter touchdown. Callaway ran 22 yards to cli- ,Eau Gallie, with almost five rounded right end for seven
'Eau Gallie Calloway( (22. run); PAT running backs led by Jimmy :scrimmage, in which Newberry '
Halfback Robert Stone caught -Coward (run). max a short drive. Cowart ran times the student enrollment of yards to cap a 78 --yard drive. Thomas powered Union County i gained 16 of its total 58 yards, Lake Butler's defense con-

r lock. the last half slowed North North Marion, could not get or- Steve Henderson kicked the High School of Lake Butler to I the home town fans had littleto f:ained Newberry's outside game

PAT with 8:21: remaining in the a 20-0 win Friday night over I cheer about. '.veil with Coach Daniel credit-
first half. J ng ends Rusty Wade and Larry
an outmanned Newberry eleven The most outstanding effort
Chiefland Friday'sGrid Gainesville could muster lit. Friday night. J posted by a Panther during the :3yatt for their defensive: ef-
Impresses lie offensive punch in the first :ort.
: d
:" The visiting Tigers scor e i rugged night came from the

I ScoresLOCAL half, with the big play a 14yardrun twice in the second quarter and I IJ busy toe 'of punter Jerry Har- Daniel had nothing but compliments -
by Eckdahl after' faking a J ris. Harris averaged 37.6
yards for Newberry's club
I Ion ,

In 40-0 Win Over Mayo punt. Struck Again STATISTICS I six. punts during the even- "They'll be. tough be for e the

J4x Lee 20. Gainesville 13 L. 1UT. Newbry. :ing. season is out. I feel Arch i e
P. K. Yonge 7, Orange Park < Lee struck again in the third First downs 3 On ,Harris's longest boot, a I(Bankston) is doing a fine job
Santa F. 13. Madison 0 10 1
-- -.-- ..--. .. -. .. .... Starke 21, Macclenny 0 period and again it was the From From passing rushing I 2 43-yarder from the 13, Thomas I aver there."
ULENN LAN r On first from scrimmage -J[nun a lot Hurricane Dora
By tne play oy Lake Butler 20. Newberry 0 result of a costly Gainesville From penalties 1 0 tucked in the pigskin
Sun Football AssistantMAYOWendell in the fourth quarter Cor- ,as they only got in five days of Chiefland 40, Mayo 0 fumble. Yards gained rushing 234 34 angledfor
Cross City 45. Greenville 0 Yards gained passing 62 24 the sideline and literally
Corbin's 32- bin caught a little swing pass]practice for the game. Williston 34, Branford 0 The Generals put the Hurricanes Passes 2-6 *-7 outran the defense. Oregon Dunks
North Marlon 13. Eau Gallie 7 1 0 Newberry
touchdown with out in the let fat and outraced Chiefland coach Doyle Mc- Passes Intercepted by
yard scamper Crystal River 24 Trenton 13 deep in their own territory Punts 2-2SS 5-37.4. The Tigers netted 296
less than four minutes in the Mayo secondary 45 t Call was especially pleasedwith Bronson 43. Melrose 11 Fumbles lost 2 yards
gone Hawthorne 47, Taylor of Pierson < with a 43-yard punt midway Yards lost penalties '-56 2-20 with'only 62 oft1IesbiingEithe ?BYU2Ol3
the first quarter, opened the ,yards for a touchdown. That 1 the defensive play of Sam through the third quarter. Score by quarters: air'T h ;

flood gates Friday night as the I ended the scoring for the night. :Swilley. OTHERS, Lake Butler ............ I U 0 7-20 omas passed t o **
Sarasota If
Sarasota Rlverview High Bradenton 12, Palmetto Southeast 6 7 The ball rolled dead at the GHS Newberry .............. 1 ... Lyons for 32 yards and their: EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Oregon's -
Chiefland Indians swamped undermanned Holder, Mayo coach said aft- "That boy loves to knock",I line.
Brewster Tech 10. Sarasota Cardinal four-yard first score. Lyons reversed the
Scoring : senior Bob
: Lafayette of Mayo, I er the game, his boys. were j WcCall said. Mooney The Hurricanes tumbled on Touchdowns summary: process later in the first half quarterback
Venice North Fort 7 (32. pas from .
---- ----- 25 Myers Lake Butler Lyons Berry passed for three touch-
4H( ) Sarasota Booker IS Oakland 7 the 'first play, and Lee ,set up Thomas Thomas (454. punt return as he hit Thomas. for a 30-
Clearwater 34 Dunedin 0 from Griner (1. run). PATS Thomas I downs as he led the Ducks to a
operations yards
The game was halted late In Turkey Creek IT, Dade City Pasco 0 away 2 (kicks). yard gain.
Tampa Plant 26. St. Petersburg Dixie six points. Officials: Harold Wallace refereo Richard -
about 15 Williston The Tiger's first score came victory over Brigham
; the third quarter for Rips Holllns 0 Melton. head linesman; Gene .
S minutes when Mayo's 'center Tampa High 14 Hillsborough 2i, St. Petersburg Eagerton smashed for hree Brown. umpire Horace Qulncey. field as a result of a 72-yard push Young University Saturday aft-

David Severance was knocked Jasper 33. Ounnellon 7 yards on first down, James ludge. while their final tally was the I ernoon.
Ocoee 14. Apopka 13 Cook rammed for two and
unconscious and carried oil f Lakeland 38, Kathleen 0 more final result of a 42-yard drive culminated -
in the
added another tally He set new school records in
Fort Myers 26. Punta Gorda 0 then an offsides penalty put the
: He 40-0 with Griner's 6
the field in an amh lan<:e yard
Wachulla 26. Fort Meade 0 ball on the one-foot line. stanza to post their win.A I both> career passing yardage and
in Clewlston 13. Pahokee plunge.
was taken to the hospital Lake Placid 7, Fort 6 Pierce Central S Eagerton bolted over for the 32-yard Thomas to Bob I touchdowns: a s be djd it. But

Perry for a checkup. After the -- .-- --.---- .- -. .. . Clermont Catholic 20., Inverness 0 score, and Henderson kicked the Lyon pass opened the scoringfor Workhorse ]BYU's Virgil Carter very nearly
game Mayo coach Bill Holder By MAKU WU1NSTU1N Kooert mjpot blocked a Bran- Tampa East Bay If. Mulberry i extra point to give Lee a. commanding : the Tigers on the first playof Newberry's Harry Holder was I matched his day's effort and

said Severance was conscious Sun Football Assistant ford punt and recovered the St.Wildwood Petersburg 27. Brooksvllle Northeast 0 1., Tarpon I 20-0 advantage.But the second half. Moments the work-horse. for Coach ArchieBankston's 1 kept the visitors in contention all
when he was wheeled .from WILLISTON The Willistor ball on the Branford 32. Seven Springs 7 scampered 56

the field, but he was taken to ]Red Devils equaled their last S plays later Mitchell scored from Winter Arcadia Haven 13. Naples 45. Auburndale 0 0 and the Hurricane do was mad later yards on Thomas a punt return for their I Pantners as he I he way. .

the hospital as a precautionary ;year's win total with a 34-4 I five yards out. Robert Head St. Petersburg Biggs 14, Palmetto 12 ready to some scoring Thomas also booted '
New Port Richie 41, Tampa PinecrestSt. I D at the other end of the field. second
measure. drubbing of the Branford Bucca S ran for the PAT making the Petersburg Barry 14. Largo I C! Bomb Lake Butler's two PAT's.
neers here Friday night. Displaying .S score 20-0 at hall time. West Palm Forest Hill 39. Ft. PIerc., Long
Fumbles HurtIt
Chiefland dominated the : McCarty 7 Eckdahl reached in and came
equally potent running: Williston took the second half Fort Lauderdale Stanahan 20, Fort Lauderdale combination -
and in statistics was the split-T
game both in score Northeast 0 up with the long bomb to reg S GHSiHURRICANES
The hard charging IndIan kickoff and marched 58 yardsin Miami Delray Seacrest LaSalie 0,33 Riviera, Fort Beach Lauderdali 0 ister the first six points for the' of Thomas, Lyons and full-

backfield rolled up 2 80 STATISTICS eight plays with Doug Mit- Aquinas 4 'Canes. back Harold Griner that provided -
175 of chell passing to Bruce Mitchell Vero Beach 33. Belle Glade 21 fired the victory punch lor
yards on the ground, Williston Branferd Immokalee 25 Alva 0 The lefthanded junior a
them in the first half when I First downs I) 7 for the final seven yards. Mikell Fort Haven Lauderdal 0 Pine Crest 12 Moon! beautiful 40 yard aerial striketo Coach Jim Daniel's Tigers. Although -
From rushing f ran for the extra point to make Miami Palmetto 27, Miami stymied by three untimely -
Chiefland took a 27-0) lead into From passing I |CI I Curley 4 halfback Charlie Smith with I
the locker room with them. From penalties 0 1 the score 270.Following Miami North Carver Miami 14.33.Miami Miami Mays Carol 7 City 0 3:30 left in the third period. The! fumbles, the trio constantly OPENING S
Cards gained rushing 14f f]
the kickoff Bran- Kissimmee 7, Haines City 0 I clicked for good yard-
rards gained passing l Goes 30 I Passes 13-20 2-3:: ford with Orlando Edgewater 13. Melbourne < Lake But-,
Key Ronnie
Lee doing Mount Dora 1*. St. Cloud 14 kicking attempt, and the 'CanesHawthorne age. Seldom was a
Passes Intercepted by 0 0
After Corbin's touchdown :'punts 0 2-30 most of the gaining put on its Jacksonville Jackson 0. Taytona Beact I I: AT
Mainland 0 (tie)
run, teammate Ted Key, operating !'yards Fumbles lost lost penalties 30 1 II 1 only sustained drive of the New Smyrna Beach 4. Cocoa Beech 0 CITIZEN'S FIELD
on a bum leg, broke ,Score by quarters: game. In 12 plays the Bucs ad- Sanford Umatilla 13.23.Titsvulle Lake Weir 13 (0 tie) Mauls

touchdown i'Willisten ................. 4 14 7 7-* Leesburg 31, Del and 14
for a 30 yard vanced from their 43 to the
away I tra...rd ..... ..... ... .... e e C e- I own Orlando Colonial 13. Cocoa 0
romp, just one series of plays Scoring summary: Williston 12, with Lee gaining 32 Lake Wales 44, Avon Park 13 8 P. M. FRIDAYGHS
Daytona Seabreeze 0. Satellite Beach I I
later. Touchdowns: yards, only to lose the ball on (tie)
The first quarter ended 13-0'Williston 5 run) -B. D.Mitchell Mitchel(7(3 pass run.from 2 run O. downs. Miami Edison 20 If Ocala II 0
Chipley Quincy
and Chiefland came right backin Mitchell) R. Stevens (f. pass from,, Williston then went 88 yardsin Orlando Evan 13*Winter Park 0 Taylor High 4f:6. PALATKATHE
add D. Mitchell) PAT M. Mikell (2) Bartow 20 Tampa Jesuit 4 vs.
the second quarter to R. Head R. Stevens.Offltlall nine plays with Mitchell passing Oviedo 33. Zephyrtiius 7
to the score-I : Ray Mooneyham. referee Sam Jax Terry Parker 13. Key West .. .
14 more points Roebuck head linesman Red Craig., to Ronnie Stevens in the end .1L.! :
umpire Jerry Esskk, field} |Iuc'gc.and Jax Dupont 4, Jax Forrest H A WTHORNE-T h e BaW- in we inira perioa u i a s BEST SEATS TO THE FALL HOME GAMES
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Corbin provided ell again added the PAT making G& 0 theme ran yard score and Don Gilland ran I ORDER NOW FOR .

fireworks once again as he passing attacks, Willistor I the score 34-0 and it stayed Bunnell Baldwin 41 33., Crescent Hasting: 13 City t fancy offensive show to topple :32 yards for another TD. Benny

romped 75 yards with a Mayo I completely outclassed the rival]I that way until the final whistle. Perry 1$. Florida FL High 4 Taylor High of Pierson 47-6 ; Beckham ran over the point
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after was good and Chiefland,pleased with the 100 per cent effort Past Twins 7-2 Bears Upset I PALATKA . . . . . SEPT. 25
had its 27 first half points. displayed by every Red J>e.: Bosox "luC"'--_ 5 n y u_ *_ _u t.. I* ,o. .vj/.,un..eel"">-v th w Paxon . .. . ... . Oct. 2

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forced to kick on fourth down.The of the defensive team as Ij t zone slammed two home runs run sevent binning snapped a 2- and 10 for another. George Gil- i S S CINTLALPUGH-ef Ch.tt....'.. Tenn ....-.-. OCT. 23

big Red line came crashing gang tackled throughout th= and Bob TUlman and Felix 2 tie. Mantilla followed with his land added the point after the Calif. (AP-, Boone ___ : .<. _.'.... i... _. Oct. 30
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ball and only 96 yards. to a 7-2 victory over Minne- both of the Twins' runs He I Taylor's lone touchdown came : to Oeofo . .-. . .. . No*. 20
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Williston scored its firs j l CHOCTAWHATCHEE . .. .. NOV. 27
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This seemed to break the spiritof Branford f u m b I e. Mitchell the purse 3-year-old bay filly beat her (AP) Bowling Green contin-I Blackwell for the point to down lead before the Tigers finally Soles Murro ona* Scnrict,', Maras Gridl.Gaff's,Barber Music Shop Compeny

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S 'The:third quarter ended with yens pass'added the extra.point. sired by Oohoes, now a syndicated 35-12 victory in a season opener Reeves ran over the point for'with just 23 seconds left in the THE BEST SEATS ARE NOW BEING OFFERED!

I .the. score.54-0.: SS Just before the half ended t Greentree stallion. for both teams. a 274 halftime margin half.


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06 _Gainesville Sun Sunday September 20 1964


J; Blue Wave Nips Orange Park :in Grid Opener- 6lJ _

By JAMES RUSSELL Halfback Homer Tyre gave a. Raider defender on the 15- The visitors set up shop on ried' Wave returnboot:, with the_

' Son Football Assistant. \:1 the .2,000 crowd, a' thrill when yard line. On the next play their own 38 to drive for the laiders getting possession on

, Tom Hansen supplied P. K. .he ,raced 37 yards on an end PKY turned over the ball with score that gave them a 6-0 halftime the home eleven's 34.,

Yonge all the points it neededto sweep! but was hauled down by a fumble. lead. The first push died Behind the' hard running ,of

achieve a hard fought 7-6 at the Wave's '34 and the Raid. fullback Jimmy Sweat who

verdict over' Orange Park ers kicked into the end zone. made '29 of the 34 yards, the

Friday night at Citizens Field. A bad punt snap forced a hur- Raiders made their;,only score.

Sweat carried over. But Wave
Hansen dazzled the cro w d

with a: seemingly impossl b 1 e STATISTICS captain Danny Dennison deflected -
4 touchdown punt return and then P. K. Yente Orsaga Park the PAT try and that

A<. First Downs: was a play eventually leading'to
: charged over in his patented From Rushing S
-. manner for the that From Passing 1 0 'a win for the Youngesters.
; point won
..... From' Penalties 1 0 .
it for the Wave. Yards Gained Rushing 110 115 Quarterback Mac Johnson hit

lor.' Yards Gained Passing 25 0 halfback Steve Tuttle with a
Hansen had
from defensive
I help Passes 1-7 0-3
'4 'middle guard Steve Twe- Fumbles Lost 4 1 25-yard pass but PKY's second- \
Punts 5- '5.' 6- 22.1
'; 4'1' dell and V. G. Hodsdon as defense Yards Lost Penalties 25 25 period thrust mis-fired.
Score by Quarters: Midway in the third periodthe
was the keynote of the
t., -- 1 Orange Part ..._....._. .. ._, picture of the .
football game. \ P. Ie. Venge u........__ 1 '-7 play game oc ...
curred. Hansen caught the punt, p
;. Blue Wave coach Mike Gut Scoring summary:
: ierrez said that the result of Touchdowns: shook off an Orange Park play- '
Orange Park Sweat
Jimmy (15 ).
t ...1.. the night's P. K. Yonge Tom Hansen (60. run punt er'who had a hand on him,and '
proceedings was ,
.p ; return) PAT-,Hansen (run). ,-
then raced '
"definitely due to a team ef Officials: Jim Pritchett. refer**; Allen wave of \\ -
fort. Haynie head linesman; Lou Voelkel umpire blockers) with TwedeH and Tut- t' _
(; J. W. k'
; Avery field '
fudge. tie out front. Dennison appliedthe -I rk
>- Orange Park mentor Larry _i

: Wesley expressed agreement last clearing block. Hansen \ '! I

.,. raced over 'for the allimportantextra .
J with Gutierrez saying, "We ,.,

Ik played a good game-I'm proud Eagles Roll point.In t' :& ,
\! the final period the Wave
of the boys, but we were sim- r : '
.. beaten t.; ; produced two long pushes to '
: ply by a better team. '
'F..,. ( v-, 43-18 Over Orange Park's 34 and fouryardlines ',

Jt| V.. Four Fumbles t but both fell short. \'

.. Wesley made good his prediction Gutierrez singled out guards
U | ... ; r II .
... that the Wave would not : Melrose '6'MELROSEDefending Hodsdon and Twedell, ha 1 !- c'L

< ,,v catch his forces by surprise as backs Tuttle and Tyre, tackle

vicious line play caused numerous 1ft.Tyre cham Ken O'Steen, and ends Denni. 7. '
) PKY ball-handling miscues pion Bronson made an son and Covey Johnston, and I[
a u-
$i. and cost the Wave the ball four Hansen. -
'*, spicious start Friday night to-
times fumbles.
ward another Riverland Conference Most
: "r PKY maintained favor able
football crown with a Gutierrez noted that Hodsdonwas
t field position most of the first
1 r : quarter but mistakes kept the 43-18 victory over Melrose. his most active tack 1 e r"

.. Wave from mounting a serious is tackled after short gain by Raider defender. The Eagles jumped off to a with seven tackles and seven Tom Hansen (21) and Homer Tyre (42) fight for pass with Orange Park .

1: i threat. (Sun photos by Tommy Lewis),' 31-0 halftime lead over the assists. TwedeU had seven individual ,_

Mustangs, runnerup for the stops and assisted in'

crown a year ago. three more.

( DEFENSE MAKES DIFFERENCE Coach John Rutledge's six- "Steve really kept our mid player.Tornadoes Batter

dle closed while V.G.
man crew was led by Bi 11 1 up, roamed

.. Schossler who tallied five of the. all over the field to get in

: seven touchdowns made by the his, licks," "Gutierrez said.The .

Rebels winners. blocking of Tuttle won

1- Sparkle plaudits from the PKY coach

I, : Bronson the first grabbed period.a Schossler 19-0 leadin drew while praises.two long runs of Tyre's Baker County 210By

scored on runs of 18, 41 and ,
"I more or less expected this
62 yards. He added another of -
of Steve but Homer did well
: In 13-0 Victory 12 while yards in the second period. considering this was his first JOHN CLENDENON' I- ado defense stiffened. ,

Horace Moody ran overfor game," Gutierrez said. Sun Football Assistant STATISTICS Starke coach David Hurse
the other Starke
.... .. score. Wesley had similar praisesfor STARKE Starke's Torna First downs Macclenny 2 K 1 was 'a happy man afterwards."I .

I By LARRY WOODS board. Trigger Hodge's extra for the /extra point was wideto In the third period Melrose his grid forces. does' kicked off the football season From From passing rushing 'l'7 was very satisfied with the

.. Sun Football Assistant point was good and Santa Fe I the right this time.,Santa Fe broke into the scoring on a 14-. "We played a pretty good,ball with 'a. bang Friday' with a Yards From gained penalties rushing 70 0 190 0 1 way the ball game went, espec-
yard Robertson
run by "
MADISON Santa Fe cashed led 7-6. I enjoyed a 13 0 lead. game except for that one play :more than convincing 21-0() victory -Yards gained passing 17 169 i[ally with all the injuries
Jim Ford ran six yards for Passes 14 1017
}.H in on a Madison fumble and Wesley said. over rival Macclenny. Passes intercepted by 2 2 1 we've had," he said.
: .Madison went to the air lanes another Mustangs' TI). Moody Punts 67 0
from Gain
a 55 yard touchdown pass Longest It the biggest win margin "The defense did a bangup
.., scored d[ Top PlayersHe was Fumbles lost C 2
most of the final period but the again' on a 19-y a r T
Danny Adams to Charles Davis Madison bounced back how. alertness of Rebel safetyman Bo scamper for a score. listed Sweat and quarterback i folks in these parts could Yards Score by lost quarters penalties; 5C 55 j job and of course Phil Elder

I.u. here Friday night to win its sea ever and on the first play from Westmoreland who In the Morris Weaver for their remember since the two schools MacclennyStarke ...00....00... 0000- 0 did a good job at quait rback.

son's opener 13-0. Martin'stouchdown interceptedtwo final period, Robert.: offensive efforts. Sweat racked began competing.Phil 00 .. 00 00 14 7 0 0- 21 "I've been here eight years
scrimmage following Madison on the five- son ran 14 yards for Melrose,
The Rebel defense out to passes 59 for Elder was the engineer Scoring summary: and I can't remember a score
yards rushing
up tops
i halfback Don Williams -yard line and James and Schossler tallied for Bron.. Touchdowns:
make a reputation for itself this Petty any back on the field. behind the easy win.. The 160-() Starke P. Elder (12 run). D. Elder 'like this in a game with Mac-
""t< swept Santa Fe's left end marred their efforts. son to wind up the point-mak. senior 2 (5, 19 runs), PAT Frick 3. (kick). he added.;
apparently forgot its manners The defensive play 'of 195- :pound quarterback scored t
; year Officials: Hertel. referee; Whilley !head
35 the of
on Madison's field and begrudgingly yards, longest run Coach Charlie Roberts was tackle Allen Folkins, Linebacker the game's first touchdownon linesman; Avery, umpire; Bogle, field Seven players that were

gave up only 28- the night for the Red Devils. pleased with the outcome ,and Score by ,quarters: Don Foulk and guard Alan a 12-yard keeper play and Judge. counted on before the season

.4'... rushing yards to the host Red Doyle Sikes, playing a defensive praised his team for their over Bronson 19 12 6 6-4 Albntton also won the praises had :a hand in 237 of the' 359 quit the team and four'more

Devils. tackle, and teammate all effort. Melrose .0 0 12 6-11 J of the Raider coach. yards the winners.racked up in the air' and :on the gorund. came up with knee injuries last

Guard Jim Forrester who Charles Kersey, both juniors; Phil's cousin, Dwight, re-night. The sizeable injury list -

was a thorn in Madison's side. rallied the Santa Fe troops'on RANDY CORBIN LEADS BEARS' ATTACK placed injured No. 1 fullback probably helped' ,keep tha s ore
down. All of the game'touch.: -
throughout the evening,"spun a' the next set.of plays, Madisonwas Mickey Agner in the first quar- ; half.

... Red Devil halfback like a top forced to give up the ball. ter and notched a pair of touchdowns downs cam'e. in the first

,... minutes, after the second half Sikes, a 197 pounder who Cross City Coasts Over Greenville 45-0 for Starke's other scores. ,All Injured .

opened and the ball went flying doubles as the Rebels' clutch All told, Macclenny was outIrstdowned In addition to Agner, halfback

too freely. by 14, and out-of- Larry Crawford, center Mike '

defensive end Larry ground gainer, ate up valuable fensed[ by 272 yards. Frick ,and safety Don Falcon
yardage for Santa Fe Friday I Corbin accounted for the final tackles and eight assists.
Martin swooped up the ball and night with timely short plungesthat Sun Football Assistant STATISTICSDixie Bear TD with two minutes left The Wildcats threatened just suffered knee injuries in the

into the end zone Greenville "Our boys made mistakes twice in the ball both game. Falcon was hurt earlierin
raced 38 yards totaled to 35 yards for the CROSS CITY The Dixie First downs 12 9 in the game as he explodedover game _

to get Santa Fe on the score- High Bears, led by senior full From rushing 10 9 right tackle, broke into the but we still expect to have a times on fumble recoveries in the week -

evening. back Randy Corbin, scored in From From penalties passing 0 2 0 0 dear, and ran down the left side good season," said Greenville. Starke territory. Both drives Deensively, Hurse'singled out

Santa Fe was on its own 45 'very quarter here Friday.night .Yards Yards gained gained passing rushing 225 133.133 Ine for 48 yards. The Pirates coach Treadw'eU'Sims.. stalled, however, when the Tor. the play of tack1c Tommy Tho-

STATISTICSSanta F. Madison when',Adams, 'a 135 -> pounder, to subdue the Greenville Pirates -I Passes' 538 once again halted the PAT ef- mas, linebacker ,Jeff Warren

First downs e 6Fromrushlflg uncorked the longest pass play 45-0 in the opening gameof ,Passes Intercepted by 1 0 fort. and tackle Jim Todwin.:' Half
7. 1. 33 325.7
From passing 0 2 of the game. With third and the season for both Suwan- Fumbles lost 0 3 "1 thought we had a real AL Boxes back Eddie Noegcl came in for
1 0 Yards lost penalties 3C 5 Friday offense
From penalties for his play on
Yards gained rushing 154 28 three to go Davis got behind the nee Conference teams. Score by quarters good effort," said winning coach : praise
55 53 Greenville ................ t I-. and defense.
Yards Passes gained passing 3-20 Madison secondary and Adams, Corbin .scored two touchdowr.son Dixie .................... 7131 <-45 Al Parris, "especially since we
Passes Intercepted by 2 0 who first had to shake off three jaunts of eight and 48 yards, Scoring summary: were about two weeks behind in Night Game Night Game Starke mounted a 68-yard
Punts 432.7 4-30 Touchdowns: Dixie Corbin (I, run), it receivedthe
Fumbles lost 1 1 tacklers, lobbed a 35 -yard pass completed, five passes for 113 Kincaid (37. pass from Corbin); B. our preparation." MINNESOTA, ahrhbi BOSTON abrhbi LOS ANGELES abrhbi BALTIMORE abrhbi scoring drive after
Yards lost penalties :35 15 Ross (10 pass interception); J. Ross RoHins 3b 5 1 2 T Mantilla 2b 2322 opening kickoff. It took 10
and noted that Piersall cf
and Davis was on his way. yards two touchdowns, ran Corbin One spectator near 5221 Aparicio ss 432 1
(25 from Kerr (5.
pass ); run);
by :
Score quarters
Santa F. .... ............. '-13MadlSM for two extra points, and helped Kerr (2!, run); Corbin (48, run). PAT: ly 18 inches of water coveredthe Oliva Versalles rf ss.5021 5 1 1 1 Yastr'skl C'nigll'ro If cf 5 3121 1 2 2, Smith Fregosl IfAdcock 5021 I 1 2OSnydercf-t32I0 Powell If : 513 3 plays to reach the end zone with
.. ......_. 0 C 0 0 .
0 Corbin 2 (runs) Karr (run)
186- ; the
.. rtngsumrn.ry.00. d. : Senior Louis agie. spearhead a tough Bear de- west end of the Dixie High Killebrew If 5 0 1 0 Stuart Ib 5012 Ib 5112 Brandt cf 0000 Phil Elder's' 11 yard run -
Kaat pr 0000 Thomas rf 3010 I
Clinton rf 5 1 2 0 B.R'son 3b 4 1 1 1 '
Touchdowns: pound end, insured Davis' venture 185 Field But Hallcf 4120 Malzone 3b 5010 Torres 3bSatriano clincher.
(3*) Hodge ense. Corbin. was selectedfor Monday. Friday night 5223 Bowens rf 40 1 1
run ;
Santa PAT.Fe Davis- pass (55) from Adams into the end zone with only all conference honors last was the big play in the 62-yard the field was dry,' and the Bear Allis Battey n e Ib 3110 3113 Ttllman Bressoud c'SS 3110 4 01 0 ,Knooo 'b C 4020 5121 Orsmo Slebent c Ib :31 412 0 0 1 Dwight Elder plunged over

Officials. Tsacrtos.: Theron! head Bass linesman referee; Kenton NickyM. 30-seconds of the fourth period year., drive. offense rolled for 368 yards and Ward Boswell 2b p 4000 1000 Charton Rttchla& .p 3000 2110 Perry ph 1000 Adair 2b 4 1 1 2 from five yards out for the kgame's
p Latman
Baldwin umpire Tom Moore field gone 'with .a key block on the Fleet 'footed ,halfback 'Jerry Karr added the third Bear TD seven TD's. Reese ph 1 .000'Mlrtc.er Kelso p 1000 l000Pappasp Green ph 200 100 .0 second TD on the' second

fudge. Madison safetyman. Hodge's try Karr added two more' Dixie of the quarter by bursting over Parris singled out Homer Mel. Kostro ph ph 1010 1000 Hiatt KlrfcpTk ph ph COO 3000 0 Miller p 1 00 0 'play of the '.second quarter.
-.. Bethea pr '0100' Newman pr 0 0 0 0 The drive 'originated 'from the
touchdowns 'on runs of five and left tackle from the Greenville gaard, 190 pound guard, Totals W 4 11' Totals 35 7 12 7 Paar'onph 1000
28. The Pirate defense again Corbin for defensive work. Mel- Trtal 4J 0 15. Totals 351011 9 Macclenny
Mi"1 ** *02-4
28 both in the third.
yards, Boston ........'.....'....... 120 300 llx-7E Los AngelesBattimwe .._. .,._....... oil M too- s
tackles and six
made 10 .
:: Trenton Beaten quarter. Karr, a junior, weighs stopped the Bear ball carrierin gaard ...... .... ..... 3-0 112 20x 1E
-Ward Bressoud. DP-Minnesota 2.
the extra assists. Corbin contributed eight
point try. Boston 1. LOB. -Minnesota ,. Boston 142B -B. Robinson, Orsino 2. DP Bait
... 155.The Pirate offense was ham -Hall. Versalles, Conigliar. YasrzemsU. more 1. LOB-Los Angeles *. Baltimore
., HR-Rollins (12), Battey (12), s.
pered by fumbles and repeated. Mantilla 2 (28). 2B-Fregosf, Torres. Clinton 2. Knoop.

River ly bogged down in Bear terri NL Boxes Boswell .,....._. 'IP 3 .H 4 R 3 ER 3 BBSO 5 5 Orsino Bowens.(t HR), Powell-Torres(35)(12), Adair, Aparicio(7). (10), 26.'I
;:; By Crystal .Gre nville's. Friday PerryL6-3..0 3 3 1 1 0 IP H R ERBBSO
tory. deepest penetration -; S b1er ",cr'''.r' 1 o 0 e o 0 Latman ..._..._.12.3. 4 3 3 3
was early in the second Nieson ........_ .1 3 0 0 1 2 Kelso _....._....21-33: 1 1 0 6 'I
Arrigo i.,-........11-33 1, 1 1 2 Osinskl ,....-,._.. 2 3 3 3 0 0
{ 'D.. 'Dnu1'U'I' VTATTflU'WT.. _. I quarter ,wnen me ciua arove 10 .NEW YORK HOUSTONab Night Gam Klippstem ........ 123 2' .0 0 2 1. Sukla L; 0-1 ....... 2 l' 2' 2 1 1
Ul .iW1J&4Sun ; -- -- the Bear '15 and fumbled. r h bi 'abrhbl PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES Charton .......... 4236 4.4 2 2, Poppas ...........4 S 5 3 0 3
Football Assistant STATISTICS Klaus 3b 4000 Llllis 2b 4110 abr0H ab r h M Ritchie W 1-1 .... 4 ,4 2 2 1. 7R.dan..p..1.3 Vineyard ............. 1.3, 1 1 a 0 DI
Taylor ph l000Staubrf 3111 Rolascflt- 4000WIIIsSl 3010 1 S S ,I aPery I Rowe......;. .... 0 3 2 0 0 0
'- CRYSTAL RIVERA strong Trenton CR. RIV First Score Krane'l Ib 3lloHardytf 3100 Taylor2b 'S 0 0 0 Vcewskl Th3000. faced S men in 4th. ' Barber .....- 123 0 0 0 2 1 1
Crystal River football team First downs 'I The Bear's first touchdown CWtopWrrl4l3lBondlb J 0 0 0Altman Callison rf 4120 Gilliam ph 1000 WP-Arripo, Klfppstein.2.. T-3:3J.. A-. Miner W 74 .'.:::. 3 2 0 0 0 2 I
From rushing 3 5 If A000Aspro1e33 4011 Allen 35 422OParkercf 4110 7,608. Pappas faced 3 men In !th; Rowe faced
... scored a 24-13 win over Trenton'sTigers From passing 3 3 came near' ths end of 'the first Gonder 3010 Wynn cf 2001 Johnson If 3000 T.Davis If 3311 3 men in 5tll.PISSatriano.. I
From penalties o. Kanehl 2b 4021 Kasko ss 2000 Gonzalez cf 2 0 0 0 Howard rf 4112 CLEVELAND DETROIT T-3.14. A-35445.
Friday night In the season's Yards gained rushing 3' 199 period on an eight .yard .run Elliot'cf .0. 0 Bateman c 3 GOO Powr Ib 3l22Roseboroc 4000 all r hbi abrhbi i .
... for both teams. Yards gained passing 158 98 i Corbin McMIIanss20O0Larsanp 1000 Amaro ss 3001 Fairly Ib 200 0 Salmon 4 1 1.'Wert 3b .'0. 0 I Night Game I II
opener Passes 718 5-10 around end by fullback: Hiocman: ph 1 0 1 0 Gaines ph 1 e 0 0RibaM Trtancos 1010 Shirley 402Brlggs Agee rf : tt..LUne2b 5030 I WASHIN TO'". CHICAGO frooj aces 1S-SS Prepor OM forU.3.CivUevicsiobopensgsthl
Passes Intercepted by 1 2 capping a 48 -yard drive., Karr pr 0600 Raymond p 1500 pr 0000 Richer p lOSS How er ss 3000 Phillips pr '0000Wagner" aorhM abrhbi ;
; At that, the, 'visiting Tigers Punts 50 32.2 2-'AU Jackson 3000, Darmple C 0000 Oliver ph 100 S If SO2SKalinsr( 5000, Cottier 2b 3515H'sttb'g'rrt 5113
Fumbles lost 1 2 ran the' PAT. Corbin ran 28 Graham pn tOo Short p 2000R.MiIIerp ISIS Held.2b 3010 Demeter cf 311.I *b 1000 Robinson .. scored first when quarterbackDon Yards lost penalties 30 55 Tales 34252 Totals t7 3 II CVmgt-n phlOOOTotals Chance Ib 4000 Cash Ib' 4010 1 Zmtmet 3b 5000 Hansen a 402 pay tf to 15230 a year to start ttttt far

Thomas hit Danny Wilson Score by quarters: yards around end to.set up the i New York .. ........ .._.... 112 see 000_2Houstoa 32373 Totals 31474 c .4110 Freehan' e 4020Atvis 1, Hinton 3110 Buford 2b 1005 greater secuntr tfeM print employeat. _
Crystal River .....:..... 01312 0-24Treoto score. I .".. ...-.'-......_.._ 000 ill OOx-3 Two out when winning run scorec. 3n 4112 Thomas If J 01.Dlv.1J11cJ Lock ct 3100 Skowron'Ib 4 0 1 0I ... and exctUont opporHuufy for arf
on a pass play that covered 64 .... ..... .. 0 0 7-13 Philadelphia ..........____ oei 513 aoo-3 cf 4 0 2 0 Brown ph 1000 I Sievers Ib 2ll3Ward3b 402 .tIC..L
p Late in the second quarter E-McMillan. Klaus dp-Houston 1. ........_..... 000 MC 301-4E Kralick p, ,3005M'a"iffe ss 3121 Cun'am1b2S05L.andIacf 3005Kinqrf
Los Angeles ....
yards. 2000 4000 100 'T. of Joos awst pass
Scoring summary: I LOB-New York 8 Houston 5. Aguirre Burgess ph jet OM yot
Touchdowns: Corbin threw 'a 37. .- yard TD Christopher.. 38-Kranepool.! Staub. -Amaro. Rfchert DP-PrJ &phI. Wood pn 1010 Kennedy :3llSWets2b-u 411 5 a test Laxoift Sers helps thousands
Evans raced 32 yards after Crystal River Wfcv' (6. 'pss from pass to end' Bobby Kincaid. :S-Bond. SF-Wynn. 1. LOB-Phrfadelphla 11. Los Anfeles S. Bruton pn- ISiS Brumley 411 Carreon c 210 prepare for Ulna tests every W. It is
Davis. HR Howard Totals 32352 Totals M 112 1 Osteen 1001 Martin c 100 S
Lindsey); Evans (14 run); Blanch- H R IB-Power 2. p
the next kickoff to get the Pirates ard (36. pass from Evans)! Undsey Corbin ran for the point and the JacksonLl0-15..5 J 3 3 2 5 (24). S8-Al1en. Wills 2. S-Short. Wills. Cleveland 00... ...,,00.... OM 02* It'-3DetNiI' Phillips p* 0001 McCraw fh IS IPizarro .I wood one of schools Ute oldest of its aof kind tartest and illICIt prmteiy COlI
(95 Interception). Larsen .... ... 5 7 2 7 3 2 SF-Amaro. .... ... 't 000 MO 101-1 p 000Buzhardt
out of truble in their own Trenton Wilson (64.- pass frono Thomas Bears'.Ied 14-0 with two,minutes :RaymondW5-4..4 1 0 1 3 IP H R EBSO .00.00. p 100 acted witk the GovenoMt
WinD to Lind- ) Lancaster 1. nina PAT Slaughter left in the half. The climaxed HBP-By Jackson. Staue. T-2:2:. A- ... 7 5 3 3 1 SBJwschunlM Freehan. OP-Cleveland 3. Detroit. Long ph Ills
.. territory. passed pass 1254. .. 1 2.3 21 C 2 1 I. LOB-Cleveland 5, Detroit 11. Stephens pr 0 1 0Kenwthy For flEE Mbraatioaj Gcwnmtnt
sey for the TD that tied, 6-6. Officials(run) : Mac Powell referee; Bob Do- a 70-yard() march. Richert ..........0 1-3 3 3 5 28-Wagner. Lumpe Thomas. HR- ph 11 0Staehte 0 jobs and ufaoes..BI cut.teopoa aJua"
'therow head 'inesman; Sam Powell. Reed _00-".',..l2-30 fl 0 II AMa (U), McAuliffe (24). S-Hcwser. ph 0055 TODAY!
The Pirates scored on a drive umpire Mike Taylor. field fudge. I With two seconds left, guard RJAiller W 7-4 ...'3 I" S 1 3 IP H ERBBSO Totals 31155 Totals J4 4 94
'I with Evans tossing to Blanchard Bobby Ross grabbed'.a',deflected UF Golf Group T-2:43. A-24441. KraIickWl2-S.72-1 9 0 t 1 4 Kenworthy pn 100WashmgtM ,
: .... .... mLILi I
I' McMahon 1 2 1 1 5 0 I' ................ 310 aeo .1-1 I
:.. for 36 yards with less than a minute left on the dock. Pirate, pass and rambled 10 Slates MeetingThe PITTSBURGH Night Game SAM FRANCISCO AgulrreL5-lS..7 Donovan ._..... .,..1.31. 722 a 0 S 1 0 2: Chicago .................. ItS OU 000-1 LINCOLN SUYICE. IMC. OeeC**

The .home team scored earlyin yards to paydirt .A:run for the abrhbi abrfebi Navarro'..... ,.. 2 1 1 C 1 IHBP i 28-Bnimley, Cottier, Hansrv Ward. I 22U Broadway rafcta.woizPleas.ienda.FlUiistdU.2.Csmm i
extra point failed. The 'Pir tes Schofidss4lllEuenftrf 413 -by "' .Iick. Wert, Demeter. T-, Herahberger.. HR-Sievers (2). SOsteen I j I II
: Bombers Bow the third period on a 14-yard University of Florida Golf BOII.yH 3100 Lanier 2b ASS 1 2:40. A5..122.KANSAS Staefiie. SF-Phillips. auat postfioM ... solaris, tad full
went into intermission trailing, Clement rt 4 232Mand 532 IP H R ERBBSOOsleen 1 I feUds aa how to,Mlrfy.Ctfy .
run by Evans. Crystal River tai Association will bold its first Frees 36 2010 Hart M-33 402 CITY NEW YORK: __H.,..... 7 1-3. 4 s 1 4 I
In World Meet led' on a 95-yard intercep- 20-0. Lynch ph 1000 Cepeda 11 300CTdenon ab r b bi ab r b MCpWrts .I IKJInSWS-7 ........ 20 0 e S 0 I banAM-
pass The Bears did not let :meeting of the season on Tuesday I4S11Daveflp13b 3. 0 tf 4llSKub.ku 5113Causey I H nnn ......>... 1 1" S 1 1 -
scoring '
tion. by Lindsey to get a 24-6 up, night Sept._ 22: at 7:30. MazerkI4Ss0Pag1Ass 3 IPagiiaronl 0 ss A' 0 0 Rich,'. Jb, 402 I Pizarro ...........12-3. 4 A I 11 1I
three touchdowns in the : cA. a 0 McCovey ph 1 0 1 1 Cotestto rf 3' 2 Marl* cf 300 I Bwzhardt ......... 31-30 S 22
o. SUNNYVALE, Calif. (AP) lead and break open the game The meeting will be held on Virden cf 4020 Cardenat pr SS5 .I Gentile ib 4000 M0ItISrf 4021. Fisher .............2 S 0WUhebn I 1 2I St...
third period and, ,another one 0100 I L 10* ... 2 1 1 5 1 1 aI
late hi the third quarter.. Ve&ep 2000 Hatter c 000 MathewsdlO2SRePoZPr-ff
.,...., Providence R. L, pushed across the fourth quarter. campus in the AFROTC, Library Mata ph 1 a 0 a CrantfaJI c 3. aWtssman ., Chertes3b 41 Howard C' 421 WP-Pizarro. PB-Martuw T243. A1L306. [ &
a run in the 11th inning to upset : 'renthn'scored kin the final: on the third floor cf the 'tf 1' MJUou ph-H 1' 0Estefla I Green zft 3010 Trait tf '3000 I __ _
After starting their 35 Gonzalez Ib 312 0
own ,, p 2. .I Edwards. 4. 0 0
-- defending champion Clear- period:but the game was out of Military Building.In Snider ph 100Totals I MyP 1' 0 0 Kegan ib 5555
Dixie moved to the Pirate 25 $; Medical Protection included!
344(3 Totals 3437 ReynoIdsPhl050$0Y0.3b 3150 jwwiOO
in the opening reach. Lancaster tallied for addition to members of the .
.. water, Fla., (where Corbin unlimbered. his pu_ ...... .... 000 001 030itaei ... AIusikpit i050Ford I 2250TuSala 'I UUU with your new money saving
game of the World Football Trenton on ,a' yard plunge; and. Association all persons eligible -, s.. FreKIIca ._........... --.:I 22S70T. 21.6'
and ..
I throwing arm' threw a .._......... ro ... sosiI
Ie.- CitY
Tournament here Friday night. Slaughter. added: the point strike to end John Ross' for a for play at the University: I E Crandall. LOB-Pittsburgn S. ,Sad I New Ysit '......_._. 1411" IIJ5-4 GOLD KEY AUTO POLICY

Ron Cooper tripled home Crystal River' dominated. 'statistics .: TD. The point failed. Course are invited to attend. Francisco-SchofldoV. CJern ftte. Virdon. HR- ENoneOPKansas City 2. New York 1.

Bruce Cranshaw with the win- but Wilson 'and Slaughter The golf pro, Conrad Rehlingwill Mays 2. (a). Oemente UO. LOB-Kansas City I. New York V.
,IP H R CR tB S0 28-Mathews Mantle, JB-KuN
ning run for Providence. Carl played good baIl for Coach: I ,Big Play outline plans for the next VeaieWI-15..7. 433 5 3 : lP.dRERBBSO uC Entorg Cross Agency
McBean ......2 1" 5 1 1EstelIe Meyer L,27 ...... 2' 4 4 4 4 1
'Walker's solo home run for John Howe's Tigers. Minutes later Karr skirted end tournament., A film of the 1964Master's ....... 713 S 3 3 2' Satdiago..2' 1 1 I 3 3
lost fullback Louis for for another Shaw L 7-4 ,.. 0 1 1 1 5 5 Orabowsky.'._.. J 0 t 0 0
Providence in the reventh in- Trenton ; five yards, score. Tournament \tfll 'be Murakami ...?.?.... 2-3100 S I san.iecs2 J 1 1 1 I

t\ ..." '"ning. sent the. game into, tztra RMgewsy on his first carry in l Corbin ran the PAT. A '33.yard shown. Refreshments wJl be Duffala........... 1 S SO S 1 FordW1S-4.-.9 7' e 2,4 1109 N. MAINST. PHONE 376-4582
: Shaw faced 1 man in Wu Meyer faced t mn hi 3rd. .
,...:- innings' .'{the game' due ,to, a leg injury. aerial from Corbin to John Ross served., Batk-AAvrafcaml. T-2.31. A-,,7<1.. WP-Meyer.T-22L A1MS4. ,
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i, Q Baeszler Skirts Right End for 7-Yard TD II Harper Runs Wild ''f

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.. H 7',", >;> ), (Continued from Page 01) After two line plays got only the 22 wtih 1:32 in the half. That
'6 r;.;.w 1.:,. :-. "' *,.': ; ''1.> I I C>/ Right after Harper's 28 yard three yards, sub quarterback: gave the UF a 10-7 edge.Harper's ,
< .:( return the Gators faced Donnie in because
\ CY'N"J. punt Oefinger, dazzling punt return -
\.:. .,,l : < :-;..,.. .' > -.... ., a i third and nine at their 37. starter Danny Thomas hurt a provided breathing room.

..-.- -..- J. < ._ ,..... Spurrier dropped back, wiggled knee and left mid way in the He[ took a boomer from Terry

'\ i r'. .. '. J. to. j ,. away from an SMU lineman second period for keeps, firedto (46 yarder) at the UF 20, cut

\" "l >.,. -,1.<, ". ,. .:j: : ... : ... ... ".' and flipped to Harper on the the Gator goal.line. Newcomer sharply upfield between a pairof
<. y. .." screen. apparently had .a leaping in- onrushing Mustang defenders
Ba..f. 'J. ( .. ,"' ". The Gator back wove his way terception 'at the nine but pass ;found blocking and cut to the
.. <'" .
< < it SMU defenders his interference called and
I ) through on was :west sidelines. He needed a key
an Y t .f. 56 like bunchof SMU had a first down.Mustangs *
n .. ", ."" '. : yard gallop a I lock which was not a clean one
.. /d' { ; ladies at a quilting bee. Fan I Lead ''at the SMU 20 but cut inside
p 7 t a r ,+Y / t'l ,jj. cy, that is. Two plays later 'Oefinger I stepped away from a final Mustang

: 4 g Dupree DecoysHe skirted left end on a. keeper to tackle try at the seven and
:--.i. -.. xff Nina 'V. 1O' got to the eight where halfback -I score. He followed by rolling went in standing up at 9:11.

t > x : nuclt .... Tommy Caughran ran him around right end on the two- Hall converted and it was 17.7.
; < La out of bounds. Two plays later point to SMU ahead The final UF touchdown was
.. .. i1 ll. : play put 8-
." g .. -' . -. ".. Dupree decoyed beautifully on a set up after a Shannon-led push
... ,smash, at right tackle Spurrier Gators were stalled until died at the two when Feiber

\"" ('!' ( F) faked the handoff and quickly SMU, got the ball oq their own and Harper, in two cracks
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I pitched wide to Baeszler who I 29 late in the half. The Mustangs -, from the one, failed to score.
,'" floated the last seven yards to'score' instead of trying 'to kill' Bennett grabbed an aerial at
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i tll.I..iCT ( F ) I .' .#.. ',., ,I with'just 14 seconds to go I the clock, tried passes: and lost the SMU 30, got back to the 16.

.,_ ". in the first quarter. Jimmy Hall 23 yards. in three plays then Spurrier hit halfback Alan Foe"or

; I f .. U'0. ........... ", kicked the' first of three conver- followed with an 11-yard punt eight yards and then found
.., .. ''""" ; sions for a 7-0 lead. alone at the back of the
.., $ ..,'' that gave the Gators' strike Casey
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.. .. ....,... But it wasn't to that from the SMU 30. end zone with 45 seconds to go
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second quarter chinks in theGators' a first down, at the 13 and again was good.

i6i 4 I. ;' Rvw #. .."i ;. defensive armor gave four plays later-Hall came in SMU, slowed offensively without

'B the- Mustangs an 8-7 lead. to kick a field goal spotted at Thomas and Taylor, kickedin
\ ; The first occurred when
; Spur
the side and out of action the
.J :;i'Pxr '" rier punted 55 yards to split end
4III. last half, had a final shot at a

.. .., ...... Jimmy Taylor, playing safety. Cowboys Rap comeback early in the fourth
The fleet blockingand
.. .. Taylor got period.
raced the east sidelines
up :
Starting from their 34 after a
for 53 the Florida 31
yards to
Colorado St. UF punt, the Mustangs movedon
where Spurrier, last man left for
a 25 yard reception by
the UF made clean open-field
ifI a
LARAMIE AP Don. Crowder, a remarka b 1 e
v S stop. ; Wyo. ) -Wyoming
scored three quick touch- catch, and a 14 yard pitch to

downs, then loaded its lineup Stier, both by Oefinger. SMU
Ti .W." with sophomores and coasted to was first down at Florida's 27,

a 31-7 football victory Saturday got; only four_ yards in three
plays and tried to get three
over Colorado State University.The .
points closer.
visiting Rams tallied on
Soccer style kicker J h
ktL 0 nCravens'
.. a 14-yard run by Norm Burkettin sideswipte field goal
the third
quarter. effort from the 30 was just short

T Nn a 33-yard drive after a and to the right. That was it, offensively
k poor Wyoming punt went out of for the hard trying
; bounds.
young Mustangs
\ Wyoming scored three touch- The victory was most satisfy-

downs in the opening period ing for the Gators. It prevented -

k Jw tne first two on passes to junior a horrible "re-run" of last

\ end Darryl Alleman. The Pokes year's 9-0 TV national setbackto

,xY Janus .(SMNe' ?, took a CSU punt on their own Georgia Tech, got the Gators'

N.' 29-yard line and scored in seven toughest ever schedule startedon

I ref p.n.: Ml rj plays with two end sweeps of 28 the right side and showed

i y II G r ab and 21 yards by halfback Jeff much promise for the future.

Hartman highlighting the at- The Gators two platooned

Y r. neatly, taking three five yard

1R :y tack.Hartman passed 13 yards to penalties in the game to get

Alleman In the end zone with either the offensive or defensive

5:36 gone. Less than three minutes units into action at the. right

.,..:.,;"lif.." again on later the, first Wyoming play after scored ge- time.show"As they say, it was "good

ting the ball. Quarterback Tom all-around.

: ,. Wilkinson hit Alleman on the 3S-{ : Score by, quarters:
Florida ->fit 7ur 7 3 7 7-24
e.The' ea'
yard 211-pound
SMU 0x008..
eluded two Ram defenders for
Fla Baeszler 7 Hall
the second touchdown. run;
On the final play of the first SMU Oefinger 9 Oef
-- ; .
# :; dVr quarter sophomore halfback inger (run).

Jerry Marion twisted around Fla -Hall 32 (kick)

r What the' .Writers-Are-Saying-----: : : left end and squirmed out of the Fla Harper, 80, return of

hands of several defenders. His' punt, Hall (kick).

19-yard run capped a 34-yard I' Fla Casey, 8, pass from
I drive in five plays.Buckeye. Spurrier. Hall (kick).
Here's what visiting writers said of Saturday's 24-8 victoryby Reacting to the NBC'regional TV cameras like old ham All-America fullback candidate Larry Dupree, halfback Har-

the Gators over Southern Methodist,: actors, the Gators treated 33,000 Florida Field fans and mil per, a hard-running 185-pound junior, had a great day.
lions more to a first game performance that was almost too

Al Padgett, Pensacola Journal good to be true. .They blocked and tackled with resounding Brad Wilson, Daytona Beach Neivs Scouts

1 doesn't win a football contract when authority, defended with alert aggression and pounced on op-
Jack Harper pro
If Junior Jack talented halfback with the
portunities like starved piranha. Harper, moves
from college the Lakeland junior could takea
he graduates a jack rabbit, wore Florida's brightest star yesterday when
shot at television. Tom McEiven Tampa TribuneA the Gators opened the 1964 football season with a 24-8 win Praise Gators
Harper stole the show on the NBC regional telecast yester- ,
over SMU before 33,000 fans and a regional TV audience.
Florida's Gators opened their football season with a
\. day as
big, tough Florida defense broke the Southern Methodist

24-8 victory over SMU. spirit and a varied offense pounced on frequent opportunitieshere Bob St. John, Dallas Neivs Play SMU NextBy

Bob Bassine Orlando SentinelFlorida yesterday as the Gators presented an impressive 24-8 sea
son opening triumph to 33,000 here and televiewers the South A little bit of everything happened here in a sunny Satur e/

made a mockery of Southern hospitality, corraled; over. day afternoon that greeted the opening of the college football! JOE IIALBERSTE1N The elevator that
SMU's Mustangs behind some of the finest defense recentlyseen season for Florida and SMU.It takes writ-

in these parts and got their season off to a Texassizedstart Louis Cox Dallas Times was almost as if the script had been written by the San Sports EditorA ers and radio people to the
pair of Ohio_ State scouts, higher levels for Gator
Saturday afternoon. region TV people, but, if this were true, SMU coach Hayden games
watching the because the acted bit
Fry would swear the who wrote it In the second hall! game up a Saturday. It
Florida served up Jack Harper as a dazzling runner to unsuspecting guy
Tom Kelly St. Pete Times was from Florida. Buckeyes host the Mustangsnext moved easily to the "Presi
SMU and celebrated 24-8
Saturday a victory over
week in Columbus, Ohio, dent's Desk, where UF
Florida's football version of "The Defenders" blacked out; the young Mustangs before 33,000 fans and a regional television prexy
impressed both the Ga J. Reitz
Bill aste Florida Times-Union were by Wayne sits along with
Southern Methodist 24-8 yesterday in a TV performance worthy. audience this sunny, muggy afternoon.
tors and the Texans. visiting VIPs, but it wouldn't
While the sophomorish Mustangs were looking for and halting
of Emmyaward.
t an Halfback Jack Harper ran 56 yards with a pass receptionto They felt, in the first half, make the last floor to the press

set up one touchdown and returned a punt 80 yards to that Florida was not up to full level The writers walked up.

I : score another as Florida smashed SMU 24-8 in the opening capabilities while SMU was So did Dr. Reitz. He viewed the
SYRACUSE UPSET 21-14 football game for both teams here Saturday. showing much. better than ex- game with the working peas

With SMU's stunning, stunting, jitterbugging defense keyedon pected. -

I Gator threat Larry Dupree all afternoon long, Harper, "SMU has tremendous The new south stands
NEWTON, Mass. (AP) 1 nemesis Wally Mahle tie the whelming pre-season choice as ball on the two and Mahle 185-pound junior from Lakeland, supplied the most spectacular speed," one, who did not wishto imposing to fans were
viewing them
Fighting Boston College saw ;score in the final two minutes, most likely Easter championand barged across. offensive explosions in a game, replete with them. I be identified, said. "Florida is for the first time. They tower

then pulled a stunning 21-14 ranked ninth nationally. I Mahle then knocked down two I opening up holes and they're so above the small old structure

upset over Syracuse by scoringon The crowd which sat througha defenders on a rollout sweep to INDIVIDUAL fast, they still get three and
STATISTICS which the
was same ,height
Sparks Tide a 53-yard Larry Marzetti to scoreless first half saw all the his right on which he scored the four men around the ball car as
I ....... .... the north end zone seats. The
Bill Cronin with two .& .1 I
pass seaonds thrills packed into the last two tying two-point conversion. '- PASS RECEII/INO rier in a burry.nAnother
( First Downs ... ::: .iV
Rushing f Scoreboard the
Player Nt. 'UL at south end
TUSCALOOSA, Ala; (AP) left.Cronin minutes. I Tune was running out when First Downs Passing ".....". 2 2 Casey 3441 TD I OSU scout said he felt makes
First Down .. .. viewers lift their
Brilliant Joe Namath, suspended hemmed in by two Mahle who had passed for :Marzetti circled deep and cut TOTAL FIRST by Penalties DOWNS ..... 1 I 2, Poe Harper 1540 125 both teams were playing well, level eye

from the Alabama football ,defenders leaped high to capture one touchdown, run for four and loose the long pass. Cronin sim- Yards Number Gained Attempts Rushing Rushing ... loW 49 n 36 PUNTING especially for an opener and In considerably. It also In-

I for. disciplinary reasons last the ball at the Orange 15 gained 216 yards in two previous I ply outmaneuvered his sur- Yards Lost Rushing ....A.. 20 4 Seymour Player Nt. Ayt.2 42 I view of the weather. 'These creases attendance by 4,000
NET YARDS GAINED some 3,000 more than the old
season, quickly made amends ,and squirmed away. encounters with Boston (College, !prised Syracuse escort and RUSHING .. 114 !aS Spurrier a 43'' teams are in good shape," he stands.

Saturday night as he scored The shocker marked the! first steered the favorites 53 yards in squirted into the end zone. Number Number Passes Passes Completed Anempted _.. *5 17 S Player KICKOFF RETURNS Nt. Yets. I said. "It's hot down there."

three touchdowns to lead the :time B.C.'had been able to whip the dying minutes. The B.C. stands empt:td. It Number Passes Had Harper 2 W -
Intercepted _......
Crimson Tide to a 31-3 victoryover I the vaunted invaders in five His 35-yard toss to sensational I was nearly five minutes before NET YARDS GAINED 0 2 Player PUNT RETURNS N. YIIs. I The crowd was a small one

Georgia. j tries. Syracuse was an over- sophomore Floyd Little put the officials could clear the field for No.PASSING Plays Rush._ S, Pass.. ....... It 49* 53 31 Harper Bennett .1 3 111 1 Florida Field public address for a Gator opener, 33,000 al.

'Gordon Kutz's third successful TOTAL YARDAGE OFFENSE_ .. ............ JJ3 1M PASS INTEaCe announcer Tom Winston made 'though about what had been expected -
conversion boot. No. Opponents Passes_ .. Pl&ylf' .. Ne.! Y lis.Newcomer the first of his many weekly I' since the game was
I J- Tech Downs 14-2 NET Intercepted YARDS INTERCEPTIONS h ._ 2 0 Bennett _; 111 trips in from Puerto Rico to do on NBC regional television. The
Vandy RETURNED .......... .... 11 tNo. SAW Gators got $67,000 for their
Times Punted ......... I 7 RUSHING his chore. Winston, connected
Hogs EdgeOklahoma No. Punts had blocked ..... 0 0 Thomas Player An. Gala Loss Ne? with NCR's computer firmon share of the regional showing.
ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Vaady G. Tech score. St. YARDS .... .. .... 414 4... Reinowskl 1 5 0 1 the island, has had the That makes up for 13,000 seatsat
First downs II Number Punts Returned .. Burke 1241 541Oetkger I
411) I 4 $5.15 a head.
Tech came from behind Saturday Rushing yerdagt 218 Jerry Bussell rtcovertd a I LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -, NET YARDS PUNTSRETURNED 1 15 3 12 P. A. task.the last 10 years. It's
Passing yardage Ii7 SS ._ .. 112 74 Wise 2 1 0 1
with two second-quarter Passing yardage 217 55 Vanderbilt fumble on the Tech ,Billy Gray, an offensive castoff No' Kickoffs Returned" ?._".. 2 S stark a 0 0 4Caughran doubtful if any other major -
touchdowns for a 14-2 football Passes 20-34 6-f 17 off Commodore NET YARDS KICKOFFS 1 1 0 1 college has a P. A.. man SMU followers were
Passes Intercepted by G 1 choking a relegated to the defensive secondary RETURNED ........ 41 14 Gibson 1 2 .. 2
victory over scrappy Vander- Puits 5-=t 3-41 drive,. and Tech then moved 83 took over at quarter- No. Times Penalized ......... 9 S PASSING so devoted to his duties. with the way the Mustangs bat-
Fumbles lost 2 3 TOTAL YARDSPENALIZED Player An.. CemPL laic. YelL
bilt. Yards penalized 57 15 yards in 14 plays for a touch- back again Saturday night and ..........;... n CI ;:'.;;,;: _- 2"1 tIed after No. 1 quarterback
The 'Yellow Jackets, guided in 10 down to the down. Smith scored on a lateral built Arkansas a 14-10 football No.NUMBER Times OWN Fumbled FUMBLES.. ... 2 S Mater >P: ; 2239 I Danny Thomas had to leave the
yards plays from LOST ..... .. ... 1 PASS RECEIVING A pair of NBC television game after 20 minutes with
by quarterback Jerry Priestley, Priestly. victory Oklahoma State ? -0'? ? I a
Tech 12 as the half ended. I over Florida ................ 737 7-24 Payer .. N& YeTDOe'uger
mustered scoring drives cf 53 Tech began its first scoring Vanderbilt took the opening University. SMU ................._.. Sts0-8 :-- ; ";. I 15 0Crowder workers, wearing protecting hel- knee injury. No other SMU signal
and 83 yards as they overcame drive with Priestley passing 12 kickoff and drove to the Tech FLORIDA, t slier '_,<" 33 iii.: .1 mets designating that they had caller has had as much as

t a Vanderbilt lead. 40, where Jerry Shuford puntedout RUSHING PUNTING televised the Daytona 500 last a minute's game experience.
fourth down the
yards on on Kansas Ekes Player Nt. A'I.
of bounds Tech 2. On .... January, 'had'praiSe for the
But Tech was hard pushed to first of the second on the. PUyer Alt. Less Met Thomas 1 23ri" -

contain Commodore quarterback a play first down on the Vanderbilt quarterfor the second play from scrimmage LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Shannon Spurrier _19 4 45 4 a 1 e 3 Terry KICKOFF, '. RETURNS. d :It Florida Field facilities. The 24-8 defeat Saturday was
Dave Waller, who 'completed Joe Graham and Randy Favored Kansas escaped with a Harper 7. II 11 0 ..... YA This was one of the easiest the second worse beating the
13.Giles 425223FN'DK Taylor
t 12 of 19 1 passes for 123 Humble slammed: Johnny 7-3 victory over Texas Christian 120 020 Burke '. 1 1 21 12 games we've ever worked," he Mustangs have taken in Coach

yards in the first half. Smith then canned 10 I Gresham down in the end zone Saturday as TCU lost a fumbleone Poe _, 4 3"10 0 8 la 18Baeszter start Gibson ,.' ?:r 1'22 13Mullins said. "Cameras had good angled Hayden Fry's three years at the

.After Tech's second 'score, yards. Priestley shook_ off two 'I'for a sfaety to give the. Commodores : foot from the Jayhawk goal Knap PASSING' -1 3 B .3 PUNT- RETURNS'o. "- .1 13 there was plenty] of. working l Dallas_ school Southern Cal's

( with ,1:50.1eft In the jalf Waller'brought tacklers on the next play and their only score' in the with 20 seconds ,left. in their Player An. CampL late.c YdsShannon M.yir. III. .Yds.Taylor space. I enjoyed the game national champs did in SMU 33-

the Commodores 68 pushed into the end zone for the ,game. football game. 43573 3 2 f 34Spurrier hark 1.3.2 I at U myself.** 3 to 1962.
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I, I[ Baeszler Skirts- Right End for 7-Yard TD Harper Runs Wild


i h. fL : In Pony Branding

(Continued from Page 01) After two line plays got only the 22 wtih 1:32 in the half. That

: .: I. Right after Harper's 28 yard three yards, sub quarterback: gave the UF a 10-7 edge.

'.. .J. punt return the Gators faced onnie Oefinger, in. because' Harper's dazzling punt return -

..... ..... : a third and nine at their 37. tarter: Danny Thomas hurt a provided breathing room.

II .... ._ ..'; Spurrier dropped back, wiggled knee and left mid way in the He took a boomer from Terry
'. ...' .,, .. .y,' away from an SMU lineman econd: period for keeps, firedo (46 yarder) at the UF 20, cut
"y. and flipped to Harper on the the Gator goalline. Newcomr
:, :: .. sharply upfield between a pair
,.' _....., ', ." ':-' had
'' r screen. apparently a leaping interception of I onrushing Mustang defenders,
The Gator back wove his way at the .nine but pass found blocking and cut to the
I. : SMU defenders his interference called and
/ .. through on was west sidelines. He needed a key
t / Y. );.:":" ;:.,... 56 yard gallop like a bunchof MU had a'first down.Mustangs block'which was not a clean one

.yxtaxK.aA I' b 1 P't. ladies at a quilting bee. Fan- Lead at the SMU 20 but cut inside,

/ i. } cy, that is. Two plays later 'Oefinger stepped away from a final Mustang -
;- 4"f Dupree DecoysHe tackle try at the seven and
:'I t skirted. left end on a, keeper to
,.. : J got to the eight where half- core. He followed by ro 11 i n g went in standing up at 9:11.

1 L y nu SAC'yy tl back Tommy Caughran ran him ;around right end on the two- Hall converted and it was 17.7.

P ? Hn; Lo out of bounds. Two plays later, ]Mint play to put SMU ahead 8- The final UF touchdown was
> f 1 Dupree decoyed beautifully on a I 7. set up after a Shannon-led push

.' .8ar : rari nF smash at right tackle, Spurrier The Gators were stalled until died at the two when Feiber

faked. the handoff and quickly c;MU got. the ball oq their own and Harper, in two cracks

pitched wide to Baeszler who :29 late in the half. The Mustangs from the one, failed to score.

.. "' $ floated the last seven yards to t instead of trying to kill Bennett grabbed an aerial at
,,,uTi. ( score with'just 14 seconds to go j the clock, tried passes and lost the SMU 30, got back to the 16.

7 ",. in the first quarter. Jimmy Hall !3 Yrds..in.. three plays, then Spurrier hit halfback Alan Poe

I. '_ ..... kicked the' first of three conversions j followed with an 11-yard punt for eight yards and then found

# for a 7-0 lead. I that gave ,the Caters strike Casey alone at the back of the
4 eft' But it wasn't to be that sim-
from the SMU 30. end zone with 45 seconds to go
#" ple for the UF Saturday. Two Shannon ran 14 on' a keeper for another score. Hall's kick

second quarter chinks in the Ear a first down at the 13 and again was good.
{ 'a1 s Gators'' defensive armor gave ; -
rr .K' four later Hall
: #' plays came into SMU, slowed offensively with-
., I" 'the Mustangs an 8-7 lead. kick a field goal spotted at out Thomas and Taylor, kickedin
r The first occurred when
." Spur- the side and out of action the
r ,rier punted 55 yards to split end
last half, had a final shot at a
Jimmy Taylor, playing safety. Cowboys comeback early in the fourth
: The fleet Taylor got blockingand period.
raced the east sidelinesfor
Starting from their 34 after a

53 yards to the Florida 31 Colorado St. UF punt, the Mustangs movedon
where Spurrier, last man left for
a 25 yard pass reception by
t'Here's the UF, made a clean openfieldstop. LARAMIE Don. Crowder, a remarka b 1 e
Wyo. (APWy) -
oming scored three quick touchdowns catch, and aU. yard pitch to
<" ro vca ;
,1 ryn d Stier both SMU
then loaded its lineup by Oefinger.
r was first down at Florida's 27
with ,
: sophomores and coasted to
; got; only four yards in three
.v' 2 a 31-7 football victory Saturdayover
tN p .f r
plays and tried to get three
Colorado State University.The .
points closer.
visiting Rams tallied
on Soccer kicker J h
style 0 nCravens'
A. a 14-yard run by Norm Burkettin
sideswipte field goal
the third
quarter. Burkett's effort from the 30 was just short

4' .O la t climaxed a 33-yard drive after a and to the right. That was it, offensively -

AfuI poor Wyoming punt went out of for the hard trying
L 'r bounds.
> young Mustangs.The .
Wyoming scored three touch- victory was most satisfying -

xb xy.If downs in the opening period for the Gators. It prevented -

me first two on passes to junior a horrible "re-run" of last
: end Darryl Alleman. The Pokes year's 9-0 TV national setbackto

M Janua (SIN) took; a CSU punt on their own Georgia Tech, got the Gators'

tfA # 29-yard line and scored in seven toughest ever schedule startedon

I : : plays with two end sweeps of 28 the right side and showed

yt 4A AK. and 21 yards by halfback Jeff much promise for the future.

Hartman highlighting the at- The Gators two platooned
: ; : Rr x, fir. Yx neatly, taking three five yard

? Y -4, tack.Hartman passed 13 yards to, penalties in the game to get

a'M/Y a Alleman in the end zone with either the offensive or defensive

5:36 gone. Less than three minutes units into action at the. right

later, Wyoming scored i time.
I again on the first play after ge-. As they say, it was "goodshow"

',,. *c, ting the ball. Quarterback Tom I all- around.

: t Wilkinson hit. Alleman on the 35- Score by, quarters:
; 4* j' Florida I-- -vii ur 7377-24
yard The 211-pound "en
:; yV.R" a Z v'aLOa ppw SMU : 0E008
x 4 x z/0a4 eluded two Ram defenders fo
Fla Baeszler, 7, run; Hall
the second touchdown.On .

rIf fin (SM) the final play of the firsquarter t; SMU(kick-).Oefinger, 9, run; Oef-

X14 0 sophomore halfbac: inger (run).
Jerry Marion twisted around Fla -Hall, 32 (kick)

r .What the Writers Are Saying. left end and squirmed out of the Fla Harper, 80, return of

hands of several defenders. His punt, Hall (kick).

19-yard run capped a 34-yard Fla Casey, 8, pass from

drive in five plays.Buckeye. Spurrier. Hall (kick).
what visiting writers said of Saturday's 24-8 victoryby Reacting to the NBC regional TV cameras like old ham i All-America fullback candidate Larry Dupree, halfback Har-

the Gators over Southern Methodist,: actors, the Gators treated 33,000 Florida Field fans and millions .- per, a hard-running 185-pound junior, had a great day.
more to a first game performance that was almost too

Al Padgett, Pensacola Journal good to be true. They blocked and tackled with resounding:; Brad Wilson, Daytona Beach News Scouts

when authority, defended with alert aggression and pounced on op-
doesn't win a football contract
If Jack Harper pro portunities like starved piranha. Junior Jack Harper, talented halfback with the moves ofa
the Lakeland junior could takea
he graduates from college, jack rabbit, wore Florida's brightest star yesterday when

shot at television. Ton McEwen Tampa TribuneA the Gators opened the 1964 football season with a 24-8 win! Praise Gators
Harper stole the show on the NBC regional telecast yester- ,
over SMU before 33,000 fans and a regional TV audience.
Florida's Gators opened their football season with a
\ day as big, tough Florida defense broke the Southern Methodist t

24-8 victory over SMU. spirit and a varied offense pounced on frequent opportunitieshere 5; Bob St. John, Dallas Neivs Play SMT1 N 1 p xt:

Bob Bassine Orlando SentinelFlorida yesterday as the Gators presented an impressive 24-8 :- -- -- -, ---.-- -
seat; A little bit of here in Satur- .I
son opening triumph to 33,000 here and televiewers the }], everything happened a sunny
made a mockery of Southern hospitality, corraled over. day afternoon that greeted the opening of the college football By JOE HALBERSTEIN The elevator that takes writers
SMU's Mustangs behind some of the finest defense recentlyseen season for Florida and SMU.It
in these parts and got their season off to a Texassizedstart Louis Cox Dallas Tunes was almost as if the script had been written by the Sun Sports EditorA and radio people to the
pair of Ohio State scouts, higher levels for Gator
Saturday afternoon. region TV people, but, if this were true, SMU coach Hayden games
watching the because the acted bit
game up a Saturday. It
Fry would the who wrote it in the second hall
Florida served Jack to guy
up Harper as a dazzling runner unsuspecting
host the moved
Buckeyes Mustangsnext easily to the "Presi
Pete Times .
Kelly t.Florida's was Florida.
SMU Saturday and celebrated a 24-8 victory over week in Columbus, Ohio, dent's Desk," where UF prexy
football version of "The Defenders" blacked out the young Mustangs before 33,000 fans and a regional television
'Bill Kastels Florida T were impressed by both the Ga J. Wayne Reitz sits along with
Southern Methodist 24-8 yesterday in a TV performance worthy audience this sunny, muggy afternoon. ilnes.neon tors and the Texans. visiting VIPs, but it
...r .... Emm,,:.eII rf While snnhnmnrish Mustangs were.. looking for and halting!:
---------- --- --- ----
u..GU .1"'a&r" ------a I They felt in the first half the last floor
Halfback Jack Harper ran 56 yards with a pass reception to the press
to set up one touchdown and returned a punt 80 yards I to that Florida was not up to full level. The writers walked up.

It score another as Florida smashed SMU 24-8 in the opening capabilities while SMU was So did Dr. Reitz. He viewed the

SYRACUSE UPSET 21-14 football game for both teams here Saturday.With showing much. better than ex- game with the working pess<
SMU's stunning, stunting, jitterbugging defense keyedon pected. -

Gator threat Larry Dupree all afternoon long, Harper, "SMU has tremendous The new south stands
NEWTON, Mass. (AP) I nemesis Wally Mahle tie the whelming pre-season choice as' ball on the t wo and Mahle 185-pound junior from Lakeland, supplied the most spectacular speed," one, who did not wishto imposing to fans viewing them were

Fighting Boston College saw :score in the final two minutes most likely Eastern champion barged across. offensive explosions in a game replete,with them. be identified, said. "Florida is for the first time. They tower

then pulled a stunning 21-14 and ranked ninth nationally.The Mahle then knocked down two opening up holes and they're so above the small old structure

upset over Syracuse by scoring crowd which sat througha defenders on a rollout sweep to INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS fast, they still get three and which the
Sparks Tide on a 53-yard Larry Marzetti to scoreless first half, saw all the his right on which he scored the four men around the ball car- the north end same ,height as

Bill Cronin pass with two seconds thrills packed into the last two tying two-point conversion. Florida SMU PASS RECEIVING rier in a hurry." zone seats. The
First Downs ... ..
\ Rushing S 2 Player .... Scoreboard at the south
Yds. TD
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) leftCronin minutes. Time was running out when First Downs Passing ........ 2 2 Casey 3441 Another OSU scout said he felt makes

Brilliant Joe Namath, sus hemmed in by two Mahle, who had passed for Marzetti circled deep and cut TOTAL First Down FIRST by Penalties DOWNS ......... 1 a 2 4 Harper Poe 1540 195 both teams were playing well, level considerably.viewers lift It their also eye

defenders leaped high to capture one touchdown, run for four and loose the long pass. Cronin sim Yards Number Gained Attempts Rushing Rushing 0U'... 40 92 34 PUNTING especially for an opener and in attendance increases

football i : the ball at the Oange 15 gained 216 yards in two previous ply outmaneuvered his sur Yards NET YARDS Lost Rushing GAINED '".... 20 4 Meyer Seymour No. Avf.2 42 view of the weather. "T hese some 3,000 more than by the 4,000 old,

season, quickly] made amends ,and squirmed away. encounters with Boston College, prised Syracuse escort and RUSHING .., ._ H4 U Spurrier 4 43: teams are in good shape," he stands.
Saturday night as he scored The shocker marked the first steered the favorites 53 yards in squirted into the end zone. Number Number Passes Passes Completed Attempted ,..3 9 17 5 Player KICKOFF RETURNS Ne. Yds. said. "It's hot down there."

three touchdowns to lead the 1 time B.C. had been able to whip the dying minutes. The B.C. stands empt:cd.,, It Number Passes Had Harper 2 4Playa -
Intercepted ... ...
Crimson Tide to a 31.3 victory I the vaunted invaders in five His 35-yard toss to sensational was nearly five minutes before NET YARDS GAINED 3 RETURNS NI). Yds. The crowd was a small one

over Georgia. I tries. Syracuse was an over- sophomore Floyd Little put the officials could clear the field for No.PASSING Plays Rush. & Pass.. .......49 1(9 53 1* Harper Bennett '.1 3 111 1 Florida Field public address for a Gator opener, 33,000, although -

Gordon Kutz's third successful TOTAL YARDAGE OFFENSE.........._..... 223 12*. PASS INTERC. announcer Tom Winston made about what had been ex-
conversion boot No. Opponents Passes Player Newcomer Ne.' : Yds. the first of his many weekly pected since the game was
2 a
.. .
I' ) Tech Downs 14-2 NIT Intercepted YARDS' INTERCEPTIONS- 3 a Bennett 1 11 trips in from Puerto Rico to do on NBC regional television. The
Vandy RETURNED .............. 11 | SMU Gators got $67,000
Hogs EdgeOklahoma No. Times Punted -........ a 7 RUSHING his! chore. Winston, connected for their
No. Punts had blocked ...., a 0 Thomas Player An. Gate Lou'Net' with NCR's computer firm share of the regional showing.
ATLANTA (AP) Georgia! Vady G. Tech score. St. YARDS d .... '"' ..... 12Sl0 ReinowskJ 1 g 9 on the island has had the That makes up for 13,000 seatsat
First downs 1) II Number Punts Returned .. Burke 1241 041
4 4 $5.15 head.
Tech came from behind Saturday Rushing yardage 41 2ie Jerry Bussell recovered a LITTLE ROCK Ark. AP NET YARDS PUNTSRETURNED Oefinger 115 312 P. A. task the last 10 years. It's
Passing yordage 2i7 55 ) .. 112 74 wise 2. a a doubtful if other
with two second-quarter I Passing yardage 217 55 Vanderbilt fumble on the Tech Billy Gray, an offensive castoff. No KickoffS Returned .. 2 J Stark 4 4 a 4Caughran any major -
touchdowns for a 1 f-% football! Passes 20-24: AI 17 off Commcdore: NaT YARDS KICKOFFS 1 1 a 1GibsoI'I college hasa P. A. man SMU followers
Passes intercepted by 0 a relegated to the defensive secondary RETURNED ........ 4* (4 1 2 B 2 ,were pleased
victory over scrappy Vander- Pu Fumbles ItS lest 5-M:2 3-41 3 drive, and Tech then moved 83' took over at quarter. TOTAL No. Times"YARDSPENALIZED Penalized' ":...... 9 3 Player PASSING An. Cempt" lar,. Yds. so _devoted to his duties. with the way the.Mustangs bat

Yards penalized 57 IS yards in 14 plays ior a touch- back again Saturday night and I ...!'......;..._H 41 Thomas -- 2. a a tled after No. 1 quarterback
bilt.The 'Yellow Jackets, guided yards in 10 plays down to the down. Smith scored on a lateral built Arkansas a 14-10 football]l No.NUMBER Times OWN Fumbled FUMBLES.. .. 2 5 Muffins OefingerV ::. 9 S 2220 3 a 1 Danny Thomas had to !leave the

from LOST .... ........ a 1 PASS RECEIVING A pair of NBC television game after
quarterback Jerry Priestley, Priestly. victory Oklahoma State. .y. .i. ... 20 minutes
by over ... with
Tech 12 as the half ended. Florida .:.............. 7 3 7 -24 ? TD a
mustered scoring drives cf 53 Tech began Its first scoring Vanderbilt took the opening University. SMU ...........?..........,a a to-S Oefinger ,f." -.- 339 1 :M aCrvwder a workers, wearing protecting hel- knee injury. No other SMU sig
kickoff and drove the Tech f mets designating that they bad nal caller
to Stier has
and 83 yards as they overcame drive with Priestley passing 12 FLORIDA; 1uaPUNTING had as much as
a 2-0 Vanderbilt lead 40, where Jerry Shuford puntedout RUSHING televised the. Daytona 500 last a minute's
yards on fourth down on the Kansas Ekes Player .NL A'I. experience.
But Tech was hard pushed to of bounds on the Tech 2. On Player "An.Gain Less Net Thomas 1 23 January, had praise for the
first of the second .. -
contain Commodore quarterback a play first down on the Vanderbilt quarterfor the second play from scrim- LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Shannon Spurrier .10.4. $ ft 1 9 3 Terry KICKOFF- RETURNS. 0Maya >> Florida Field facilities.This The 24-3 defeat Saturday was

Dave Waller, who 'completed 13Giles mage, Joe Graham and Randy Favored Kansas escaped with i Dupree Harper 425 7 11 11 2 23Feiber 0 Taylor ,=..1E'- .... Yds.1 12 was one of the easiest the second worse beating the

I 12 of! 19 passes for 123 Humble slammei Johnny 7-3 victory over Texas Chris nisi: 720 .20 Burke a ; t ,21 games we've ever worked," he Mustangs have taken la Coach

yards In the first half. Smith then earned! 10 Gresham down in the end zone Saturday as TCU lost a fumbleone t Poe aesztar *< 4 3 U 19 iii Stark Gibson > 1 122 11 said. "Cameras had good angles Hayden Fry's three years at the

,After Tech's second score, yards. Priestley shook off two for a sfaety to give the Commodores foot from the Jayhawk goal j Knapp PASSING r 1 3 _a ,3 Muttln. PUNT RETURNS. 1 13Ne. there was plenty of, workIng Dallas schooL Southern CaJ',

i' with lSOJeft In the ).alf, Waller'brought tacklers on the next play and their only score In the with 20 seconds ,left in theij Player An.-Cempt' lite. YdsShannon Flaw Yds. space. I enjoyed ,the game national champs did in SMU 33r -

the Commodores 68 pushed into the end zone for the game. football game., 43573 3 2 a 34Spurrier Taylor Item ,242.t 12 myself. 3-1n,1_

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| Tomahawk V yyk tlFww I OXFORD Miss. (AP) I First downs Memphis 7 St. Miss.27 i goals and scored himself In the
. Quarterback- Jim Weatherly I lushing yards -7 W fourth.
!1: pierced' Memphis State's vaunt :Passing yardage 43 243
Passes 2-S !*-27
I j.ed. defenses-with rifle-like passes :Passes Intercepted by 2 Ole Miss' superiority was far

Hurricanes [: ,and slashing runs Saturday Punts I Fumbles lost -34.1 J-47 3 greater than the score Indicated. -

in farts penalized 47 67 :
;: guiding mighty Mississippi, ;,Memphis\ State ............ 0000- 0 -
; the nation's No. 1 college football Mississippi ............"- 7 3 6 14-30
'f Memphis State threatened
team, to a 30-0 victory. Miss Clay 7 pass from Weatherly
t([Irwin kick) [only late in the third period
:MIAMI (AP-T. nlSteve Ten- penetrate the Seminole wall. pV Ole Miss outplaying Memphis Miss FG Irwin 24 when quarterback Ollie Cordill
Miss FG Irwin
si threw two touchdown' passes Both teams were overeagerat : 'r State in every phase of the Miss: =- FG Irwin 26 completed a 43-yard pass to.half

toJiis ace'receiver,. Fred:Bilet- the start of the game before game, dominated the contest Miss Miss -Weathery Terracln 2 II run pass(Irwin from kick Myers) I Bob Sherlag at the Rebel 28..Ole

nikoff, and Florida;State;:rolled 51,605, fans and in a,, string of from the scoring drive at the I[Irwin Attendances kick) 35.000.. Miss pushed Memphis State

Saturday night I to an 'easy 14-0 plays the ban changed hands on ,.,_opening kickoff to the final back to the 44 from that point.

victory over a young,..ineXperi- fumbles three times. Miami whistle. I II lion. Holes gaped for Rebel

enced Miami football team. coughed it up twice and Florida' i <0 I, The Mississippi line, which I runners. It took less than two minutesfor
I Mississippi to score in the
The only surprise was the State once. found Memphis State an equal Weatherly, a 185 pound senior, first period. The Rebels

Seminoles' failure to score more The FSU bobble was more I opponent in battling to a scoreless 1 who understudied Perry Lee marched 57 yards in five plays,

often. They totally dominated,e damaging, on a
after Tensi had thrown a 49-yard Jump Pass plete command. Passers were J First quarter touchdown, set upa 'seven-yard from
FSU Miami to Biletnikoff at Miami's 12. given almost flawless tee- pass
pass pro ; second and thud quarter field to halfback Bill Clay.
First Downs 19 11 This first'pass by Tensi broke Mississippi quarterback Jim 'Weatherly (12), left, goes into the air for a pass .

i Rushing; ,Yardage 117 101' the school record. He had com to halfback Wayne Harris (33), right, in first half of play in the ,Ole Miss- I i

Passing Yardage 226 79. pleted'131'of'268 passes for 1,711 Memphis State game. Leaping high into the,air defending is Memphis'State's

| Passes 16-21 5-20 yards:in,two season.and needed Chuck Brooks (87), center.'The"play went, for 18 yards. (AP Wirephoto) TO THETWHITE HOUSE ;

Passes Intercepted by 1 0 only-one yard'to-break EddieFeely's .
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i Punts 6-28. 739.6 record.. He got lots more / .. i-t. > .

Fumbles Lost 2 '2 than that In the first half alone, South Carolina WASHINGTON" < ..." .c :;. ,

I Yards Penalized 131' 59 he completed eight of nine for Surprises D.C. ...r tj.Jf"
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150 yards. ,
ery phase of the game pass-. Until late in the third quarter i I I' ,-

4 Iflg, running, defense. the Hurricanes had penetrated f ijt ,
t Tensi who stands 6-feet-5 and Blue Devils in 9-9 TieCOLUMBIA I ir '
no farther than the Florida State ; .'.! '
throws like'a pro, rut Biletnikoff II ---.... / ......:. .
with a scoring throw of 15 yards 37.Then Lee Narramore gave Mi- '

: in the first period, ending a 63- ami a great big break, fumblingto S.C.: (AP) A started the second half by :12-yard punt by Duke's Rod w l :

4 i yard drive that went almost all Fred Brown at the Seminole 30-yard field goal by Jack Mc-j marching 66 yards for a touch- :Stewart following,a bad snap I ;

the'way through the air 11 as rain began to fall. Cathern with'1:30to'play: gave .down on a one-yard plunge by I from[ center gave the Game- ;

k, 'Ed Pritchett, advertised 'as a The Seminoles held at the two. underdog South Carolina a 9-9 fullback Mike Curtis. The bull-! I cocks the ball on Duke's 46. -. J.c. j'

running quarterback, went to the Fred Biletnikoff's brother,.Bob, tie with Duke in an AtlanticCoast like rushes of Curtis and Sonny Quarterback Dan Reeves set up

air himself in the second quarter quarterbacking the Miami team, Conference game Saturday 'Odom, a 188-pound halfback, 1 the score on'short passes to Gill

:completing five passes for made the second break for his night before'32,000. were the heavy ,weapons in the ,and J. R. Wilburn.
A Duke fumble recovered Blue Devil-march. Duke's blocked
by Mike Shasby
: 4yards: before Tensi went back team by ripping off a 22yardrun'
Lide Huggins started the SouthCarolina' Faulty ball-handling by Duke ]McCarthern's conversion attempt
I in-.to get the second score on a 'and then passing to Tom '.' .

llfcyard( throw to Biletnikoff. Coughlin at the Florida State 14. march which set up set up South 'Carolina's first I ( .3. 1 ." .. .
McCathern's clutch kick. ) I ..
later the Hurri- period 'touchdown-a 'four yard In the, second period Duke :
3t long night and But four plays ,
was a Trailing 6-3 at haHtime,..Duke'run by halfback Larry GilL A I capped a drive from its nine .
could be a very long season-for canes still were on the 14. ".
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with'a "
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34-yard goal by t'
Charlie ,Tate, who'was brought The game was almost a rerun ., ,. ,'f'
Stewart. & I .
m from Georgia Tech-to take ov- of the one last year, when Bilet <
6.the Miami coaching reins and nikoff caught two touchdown Cards and Reds : Reeves hit Wilburn on passesof ,
10 and 15 yards Doug Senter ,
Tensi and
find himself with the greenest passes from ran an .
1 with a five yard toss, and Ronnie -
Hurricane squad in 20 years.. interception back 98 yards to 1 ,- ."
with lead the Seminoles to a 24-0 vic- Lamb with one of seven ., .". '
ZThe Miami team, loaded ....
Twin Bill yards setting up McCartheri'stying .-- .
sophomores and junior college tory. Split field goalFalcons .'f. .. '

transfers, just couldn't cqpe with FSU 770 0-14 r/ ,;' ...,....

Florida State's smooth"pass,patterns Miami 0000-0 I"'nTI"'nT1l.TA'I01' ... L ..;. ., (. p'':
its running, or its defense. FSU-Biletnikoff 15 pass from "4n"UUlAU.lU"') Catcher Whiteand Javier broke for thirdand : ) ;:'

\ Twice late ,in the game, the Tensi (Murdock kick) Don' Pavletich's ,throwing error second. Pavletich fired .the TopWashington :

Hurricanes had great_opportuni- Biletnikoff 16 pass from on an attempted double steal let ball into left field, permitting :

i f ties close to the goal but couldn't Tensi (Murdock kick) in two runs, and St. Louis de- both runners to'score. .
feated Cincinnati 2-0 in the.sec The Cardinals who held i
second : ,
I ond game of a doubleheader. place hi the National In 3-2 Tilt yd}',I

I if. Coizete. Scores Saturday night The Reds won' League with the split,led in the . Come'thousands of letters from children V" .
the opener 7-5 on Frank Robin- first 'game 5-4 going into the of all( ages-ffDm all'
son's three-run homer in the SEATTLE (AP) A quick -
ninth. But Gordy Coleman dou- over the United States. With
'-'" strike for three frankness found in children
ninth inning.. bled and Vada Pinson ,walked points and a I ,

Ftorida: 24 Southern SOUTH Methodist I Wyoming Washington 31.State Colorado 2*. Stanford State Univ.23 7 Ray Sadecki, with .relief help with two out. Robinson followed strategic. giveaway in the waning they reveal to the President, their hopes, dreams ambitions. Their
6 Western Montana 31, Ricks It minutes earned the stubborn .
Twuieu t with his homer off Bob Gibson, i ,
Techi4ttVandert lt,2 vAuburn *3 Idaho State 30. Omaha 0Air from Barney Schultz in the letters nV
Georgia- JO. Houston S \ J*: Force 3. Washington 2 ninth inning, won his 18th who had won six straight AhForce Falcons a 3-2 football)' sparkle with ,wdckywisdom i with. advice on.among other >
New Mexico
58 Furman 0. Colorado Western 13. High- victory over heavily favored' ? ** :
Clemson 21 lands 7 against 10 defeats in the games.D .' ..: "' .. ff *
Virginia night
Wake Forest 31. ; NevadaLewis Washington Saturday in the things. ,: ; -
William S. Mary 14 VMI 12 > Long Beach 53. e r o n Johnson earlier 4

I Naith Oklahoma Carolina 13. Maryland St. 14. North 3 Cartlina'1)Tuskeggee California* Clark Lutheran 32. Portland 13.'La Verne St. 13 I cap.Bill smacked a three-run homer and opening game for both teams. .... .' f
/ 7. Alabama AIM 6 Panhandle A M It, Southern Colorado 1 White singled with one out The decision made it two in a Politics '.' _- :- : '
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SOUTHWESTFt. Marty a .
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Howard 13. Concord. W.Va. 7HHampden3ydney Sill 33. Harding 0 In the second inning and went to against Gibson. Shannon row for the Cadets from Colo- : .'. .
16. Guilford.I # Austin 21..Henderson 14 second on a single by Julian rado and the field goal \ *
,EAST j SERVICEQuantico and Ken Boyer connected for specialistwho T r, Parents. .' ,'_ JTf
Marines 0.. Ft. Bragg t, tie Javier. provided the in the 4-
margin _
Cortland 15. Alfred 0 the Cardinals.Blrcl. Ji .i ; :
California. pa.. 21. Marietta 18 Am 10-7 decision last Bart Patriotism 1 : ,
MlIlerIvlJle. 21. Delaware Valley 7 Mike Shannon struck out, no. Cam- year -., '.Xt
Potomac State 0. Bainbridge NAS 0, tie ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI Holaday of Jamestown N. D.- .
Itaca 16. Clarion Pa. 7 cadgers Top I abrbbi ah rhN ,. : f
:did it again. Physical fitness
Boston College 21. Syracuse 14. Flood cf 5120 Rose 2b 3000
21. Penn Brock If 5131 Ruiz 3b 5010 Late in the
Westminster Pa.. 31 Carnegie. Tech 0 Wadcatsl7-7 Texas Tech White Ib 5001 Pinson cf 4220 opening quarter, The most entertaining of them all have been selected by magazine
Army 34, The Citadel 0Susquehanna Boyer 3b 4132 Robinson 3213
3020 Johnson 4113 Air Parse Wash.
Groat ss
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Marine Maritime 1 fldO Kph-MaPOne 12 McCarver c 5 0 0 0 Edwards c 4010 First Downs 11 12 humor editor Bill Adler and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz of
Massachusetts 6. Maine 0" Pulls Javier 2b 4000 Keough rf 4121 Rushing Yardage el212
./ Vermont 7, American Internatio/ia' 4 MADISON Wis. (AP) Wisnsin's Upset Shannon if 4111 Cardenas is 4 0 0 0 Passing Yardage 112 71 i
35 Boston University 0 Gibson p 4130 PurKey p (000 Passes M14 "Peanuts" fame. They laughed and
sputtering Badgers you'll letters
Mansfield State 7. DeKvare Stale 0 Henry p 7020 Passes intercepted by C 0 laugh too, at :.
Kutztown 13. Central Connecticut 0 scored two' second quarter LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) ,- Queen ph 1100Colem.n Punts 7-44.5 5-3S I .
ph 1 01 0 Fumbles lost 1 3 from American children
27. Hofstra 7 to .
Gettysburg and tena-
Anderson }
Donny a Yards
IEast Harper pr C 1 0 0 Penalized 53 102 *
35 Lycoming
C. W. Post fumble
Southern Connecticut ) touchdowns one on a Tetals 3t S14 S Tetah 37 711. 7 ....'. '
21. cious carried Texas
Stroudsburg defense -' .. "
and Two out when winning runs scored. southpaw quarterback Tim Mur- ( ; : : :r
the end
water. Mess. 0 recovery in zone, Tech to a 21-7 intersectionalupset .. .. ......... .
Edlnboro. Pa 47 Brldg St. Lauls ... ,. .. Dos *M! aoa-s phy combined his own brilliant 1r ; : : #.'
West Liberty Pa* St. 14, Glenvllle' >W. then fought off Kansas State'schallenges over fumbling Mississippi Cincinnati ................. 000 053 013-7 ; : ..
Va. St. 12 the rest of the pitching with the knifing runs of }
way 2. LOB St.
If E-Boyer. DP-Clncinnati -
Norwich 43. Colby State Saturday night Louis 10 Cincinnati 7. halfback Paul Wardo to put the .
St Lawrence 15. Bates I Saturday en route to a 17-7 victory
Wagner Bowdoin 13.38.'Trenton Worcester State Poly 0 13 t. in a 1964 non-conference Anderson.,caught a pass and 3.2B-Flood.Coleman.Brock.HR-Boyer Boyer.(23).Groat.Shannon Gibson(7) Falcons in scoring position.The .
MIDWEST football[ gained 68 yards for a touch- Robinson (27). Johnson'(21), Krough (I).. drive moved from the Air "Pear

Northwestern Kansas 7. Texas 7. Oregon, SChristian 3 3 The Badgers opener., tuning up for down, set up another touchdown SS-Brock. S-Rose. IP .. H R ER.B SO Force 27 to the Washington be- ?rekfent
2-311 7 1 2 7
Gibson L 14-11 ,
Illinois 13
Bowling Green South 35. Southern Dakota 0 the Big Ten season, dominatedthe with his bruising slashes and led Purkey .._...... .. 2 1-3' 5 5 1 1 fore it stalled and Holaday came
Nebraska 54 ............. 42.3' 0 0 '1 3 ,
field with his Henry in to all the his
Iowa State 25.Kansas-State 7 first 30 minutes of action but to a goal pass-. Ellis W '-3 ...-... 2 l I 0 1 3 score points
Wisconsin Georgetown 17,Ky. 11. Hanover Ird. 7 the Big Eight Wildcats roared receiving. T-2.32 A12000. team needed with one fling of

Denison 20.Ashland Rochester 0 7 back gamely in the second half Kenneth Gill kicked a 51-yard Second Game his talented toe from the 13yardline. Johnson '

Wooster Illinois State 7. 3X Mllllkln( 14 in a vain bid. to pull a major field goal-the longest in Texas ST. ebrkbi LOUIS CINCINNATI abrbW :f>:
Forest 7
ElmhUrSt 27. Lake Flood cf 4020 Rose 2b 4000 ?
time he :
Bradley 21 Butler 21 15 upset. Tech records-the Brock If 4000 Ruiz 3b 4000 .
Illinois. Wesley 41. DePauw Rock 7 ever tried one in college foot- Groat ss 4010 Pinson cf 4020 f .
Ball. State 26. Slippery Boyer 3t 4000 Robinson rf 4. 1 e, CyclonesTop "
Valpatrlso 13. Wabash 0 White Ib 4110 Johnson Ib 3. 1 0
Defiance 20. Adrian 12 Texas Blanks ball.Mississippi Javier 2b 4120 Pavletich c 3010
St.Norberfs 23. St. Thomas. Mn1.State 4 State fumbled four 4000 AMES, Iowa (APFum
Illinois 14 Shannon rf Edwards ph 1000 Starting Monday September 21
25 Eastern Exclusively In The
'Kansas 7. Texas Christian 3 1IIII'OIs2 Tulane, 31-0 times and lost the ball twice Uecker Sadeckl c p 3020 2000 Cardenas Harper If s+ 3000 3010 I bles were more frequent than ,; :'

Nebraska Bowling Green 56. South 35 Southern Dakota' 0 AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Texas, throwing away touchdowns. And McCool Bores ph p 2000 1000Tetals touchdowns as Iowa State opened

Parsons 24.Manchester.'Northern Michigan Ind;\ 2 0'Alma last year's national college foot- Dan ,Bland: carried a kickoff 33 211 Tetals 32 0 < 0 its 23rd football season 1 ,
State 2*..Flsk,13 back 42 yards only .to have the St. Lewis ........_...."..... 121191001--1 with a 25-0 victory over Drake
Olivet 24", Anderson 4 ball champion, extended its Cincinnati ................. oooeooo...-. :
,Dubuque 33. Wartburg 0 victory string to 12 straight apparent touchdown wiped out EPnletldD"Clncinnatl .. LOB- Saturday.
Dana 21. Tarklo 14 by penalty. St. Louis S. Cincinnati 6. The Cyclones converted two ofDrake's
Central Methodist n* Principle 13 games Saturday night with an (& Sun
25-Robinson. S8-Whit Javier. SSadeckL
Indiana Bethel Mint Pa. ,14 34., Shlppensburg Sioux Falls 13. easy 31-0) shutout of Tulane. Texas Tech's Teddy Roberts fumbles into scores *
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Plattevllle 2f.tea \ 14 The victory tied the record for intercepted two passes one Sadecki W 11-10 .. 1 'I 0 1,4 one a 32- yard field goal by '

La Denlson Crosse 20,1'. St. Cloud 7 7 consecutive'victories set by preventing a Mississippi touch- McCool SChultl..1 La-3-.O 0 7 2 0 C 2 0 1 7 1 Steve Balkovec in the second _

Eau Claire 24, Oshkosh 7 Longhorn teams in 1913, 1919 down and the other setting up. Ellis............... 1 1. 0 1 1 quarter when Iowa State scored
Far WEST .
Sadecki faced 1 mann 9th.2
Missouri 14 one'for Texas.. 17
California 21. and 1921. T- :II. A-13.221. points.
Oregon 2A Brigham Young


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I :, ? ',' : :Mrs. Robert F. Davidson Mrs. Arthur i
: Membership is and women interested
: i,. :: '_.. in joining should open contact Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. James E. Chace, Mrs. I i

1M MNf fti, : .., Shenkel, .president., Wylie Kilpatrick. Mrs. P. R. McIntosh, Mrs.
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< y : : The Gainesville League, like others dy, Mrs. ,James G. Wilson, Mrs. William M. I
FFaaNdf 4+ j.\ .. '. throughout the 50 states,' is' a part 'of the Jones and Mrs. William Shenkel. Among :
tom >xr ,, .- national organization*which came' into:being those members who have been elected or :
through the inspiration and tireless efforts appointed to the Florida State Board are: i
.b'ar.a 3\a ,iq\ of Carrie Chapman Catt, a leader of the Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Peggy
.>'' National American Woman Suffrage AssoEhrman, Mrs. Hulda Grobman, Mrs. H. J. j'

". .;., ,.. :i."t ciation. Babers Jr., Mrs. Ralph Kluge Mrs. James
I' ,.' '' : G. Wilson and Mrs. Wylie Kilpatrick who
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emu In 1920 when the nineteenth amendment
'-, I ::..::f to the Constitution of the United States also has served as state president.

I Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, Education Com- ,. :',' '. .... : :;\ was ratified education, Mrs.for Catt the.20,000,000 saw the need women forpolitical (Continued on Page 2B) I

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2B U Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 20. 1L4 '

j I League Literature Delivered"t Florida Federation of- Women's Clubs [II

Mrs. Mark W. Emmej President stadt University, where he Braun, Dr. DeBus transferredto Senator Scott Kelly, "Prayerand Mrs. Lucile King, Dean of 9\\

1_ : 1va of the Florida Federation received his initial ant advanced the Army Ballistic Mis- Bible Reading in Public Women at the University: of r

11 _1.r- h of Women's Clubs, has degrees in mechanicaland sile Agency in Huntsviile, Ala. Schools" and Congressman D. will conduct the workTampa -

\\1 announced the theme, "Out of electrical engineer i n g. and later ((1952)) 1-e: received R. Matthews, "New Dimensions shop on Education. All of the

1I' This World," will be featured After receiving his doctoratein assignment to the John F. of Leadership" Division chairmen will toxin a I !

at the 70th annual State 1939, he served as assistant Kennedy Space Center, NASA, Some titles of programs in panel for a short talk.

I! Board Meeting of the Flor- professor at Darmstadt. at Cape Kennedy, Fla. keeping with the theme include Dr. John A. Outterson, Chairman Education -
ida Federation oi Women's While at Darmstadt he became of the Department
Dr. DeBus, who has participated : a "Celestial" Banquet; of Tampa
A. Clubs in Cocoa Beach on involved in rocket University ,
I If research in more than 600 rocket a "Countdown" Luncheon; will be the guest speaker for
a'rW Thursday, Friday and Satur- conducted
programs launches durng; his career, "The Sky's the Limit" Junior the workshop on education on
Peenemuende, including development Luncheon and the Junior
; Saturday morning.Mrs. .
r day.A was cited by the Army with
of the V-2. Cluster Wom
NSM : highlight of the meetingwill its most outstanding rivilian Herberta Ann Lonar-i
en's Convention ine Moon.
rt be a talk, 'What the Si:ace He was a member of a award, the Exceptional Civil The State Chairmen are to be dy. Parliamentarian, FFWC,
Program Means to Florida group of, 120 German rocket ian Service Decoration in Ap- "Rockets" and the District will conduct two morning
: Today" by Dr. Kruth B. De- scientists who, with Dr. Wern- ril 1959. Directors will be "Satellites." classes on Parliamentary' .
Bus, Director of the National her von Braun, arrived at Law. ,
Two of
guided : Cape
4 1c Aeronautics and Fort Boston Mass. will be held for
j Space Admin Strong, Kennedy of officialsof Workshops
as guests
istration's Launch Operations The group later transferred to District Directors; all State "Furs in the Future" will be j
National Aeronauticsand
Center, Cape Kennedy. Flor Fort Bliss, El Paso, texas, Space Adminis:ration are Chairmen; Conservation and shown in a Fur Fashion Showon +
I ida. A worked Home Life Finerts Public Friday evening. Advance
native of Frankfort, where they in development ; ;
Germany, Dr. Debus: i fended of ballistic missiles for planned. Affairs; International Affairs; Board Meeting registrationmust
.\ high school at the Liebig the Army. All are now United Other speakers during the and Education Department be made by September20th.
1 .5 > Oberreal Schule, then Darm- States citizens. Wi'h Dr. von State Board Meeting include chairmen. .
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Downtown-On The Square


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)' League of Women Voter members, Mrs. Herbert Sawyer, first vice-president, I :
I' and Mrs. Darrell B. Pratt, secretary, deliver league literature to Mrs. Alice
'Ij. Adam's social science class at Buchholz Junior High School. The National .UlP\ v'j ; ', : :

f League has many publications which .are available to schools free of charge. I : ';. "):;ij:,,,', I

I (Continued from Page IB) every available channel to ly to keep the voters well, >. '

Since its very beginning, glean facts and information. informed on pertinent issues, ', I
the work of the League has Minority opinion is welcome, encouraging eligible citizensto 4
appealed to women interested majority opinion prevails.The register and vote, and pub-
in broadening their scopeof League strives for sub lishing candidates questionar- ,
knowledge of the "whys stantional agreement on a ies and informative literatureat -
and wherefores" of government position, not unanimity.The election time.
I and in finding concrete
t'J methods of action in order to future program on the This service is made possible \jjjdLdjJx4 :

improve the local state and local level includes a studyof through the League's .
the financial structure of m
national political scene. annual finance drive. 0 ne
Direct action by- the local the Alachua County Schoolsas third of the organization's income
League has benefited the cityof related to vocational edu- comes from dues assess
Gainesville and Alachua cation and improved academic ed by local Leagues, two- '

County. Those members who standards. Also a further thirds from small contributionsfrom ...... .
hard study of the City Charter. members and public F '
worked long and can
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point with pride to their influence League members ha v e minded non members. The t ra : I Ir

in securing the new often been referred to as current finance drive is directed
'+\ Alachua General Hospital, obtaining "Watch Dogs in High Heels," by Mrs. Charles E.
,to a new city manager, a title well deserved when Whitney.The ,

mosquito and rat control, education one assesses the influence ex- Gainesville League has ; I
and health and welfare erted by many study groups published a number of com- I x
agencies. and the Voters Service Com- munity bulletins. "K 110 w is YtR

Action is taken by the mittee. This active committee Your Community," the 1962 f j.,
league only after thorough headed by Mrs. Warren publication, is due for revise
study and discussion, using W. Menke, strives continual.lining ion this year. ,
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j, Scout Trc Co ordinator I ) /) ?y=w r ; ( v '!k 1t

Mrs. Thomas B. Elf, first resident troop camp at :
t a. 38. Gainesville Girl Scout trainer Camp Kateri, near Orange .
and leader, ha3 been name Springs. In August, she was a

ed training coordinator for the member of the Heart-of-Flori- .,. ...-
Gateway Girl Scout Council. da established camp staff at t ". ; ; ,'"
She will direct all training for Camp Wildlife, near Paisley.She .
adult scout workers throughoutthe currently served as leader .,:
Council's 15-county juris- of Cadette Troop 422 at ..' fA
diction. Westwood Junior High School. '
In her new volunteer position Mrs. Elfe is the wife of
Mrs. Elfe will guide and Sperry senior engineer, Thomas ,, A. Retails about $34.00B.
schedule a council team of B. Elfe, and the motherof ; Retails about $35.00
adult trainers giving coursesin three daughters, Junior
basic and advanced lead- Scout Martha, 10, Brownie C. Retails about $25.00

.. ership, camping, outd cor Scout Carolyn, 7, and "pre"-
cooking, and a variety of pro- Scout Doris, age 5. fh
gram workshops.She ,. ( _
Announcement of the 'appointment / "Cosmopolitans" '
.. will introuduce a new was made by Mrs. ; p/I \-1 rJajQtie
"Orientation of Leaders" session Donald Morrison Jr. of .'
for the council this fall. Gainesville, Gateway Council ; a
.. Mrs. Elfe is well-known as President. for a true town and country look Majestic has coordinated for ;
a local scout trainer, having
Training Courses Sft : :,: crowfoot tweed Bellamia and
: trained most of the leaders you Crepe Imported Cotton Suedes.

working with local troops in Training for Girl .. .
.. this vicinity.She Scout leaders courses and workers in '' ':' Hues of Nut Brown and Storm Blues in a dozen'different looks

the Gainesville will include .: f/I -
.A also will assist in a area ) < each one for you.
.. training workshop at the Region an Orientation sessionfor 1 iO--"'" I
VI Conference in Asheville leaders, assistants, troop u' '
to committees, and all interested .' Shop Ruddy's for brands you love and we'd love to have you get get acquainted.:f f'J
: i ; ra N.C., in October. .
adults on Wednesday, from r. '
I i She has been a Girl Scout 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and a ..
: ., and adult Scout member for Job Training course for lead- '1 It's HV's exclusive_ :'airy
: 18 years, is a qualified In- ers on Mondays and Wednesdays knit that holds you in, but never holds you
sturctor of Girl Scout train from 9 a.m. until noon back. All-stretch bra 4050 has custom-fitting

ers, an American Campcraft October 19, 21, 26, 23 and ,, bands of Stay There at cupside, 3.95. D, 5.00. .
Instructor and has been call November 2.
brief 3.50_
Stay There sport \
ed upon to train adult Scoutsin ,', .. ;
inter-council as well as All sessions will be it the :.
Girl Scout House, 810 NW "-
council wide courses.
1 Eighth Street.Participants. iflID.A'
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Directed Camps .' '' HOLLYWOOD
are asked tn
\ \ This past summer, Mrs. register in advance through : 'i'
Elfe directed the Council's the Scout House oftice. .') l kt

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A aas Reception Compliments

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Bishop, Mrs. HenleyDelton t 3 1y
Mrs. Thomas B. Elfet
To compliment Bishop Scudder presided at I
James W. Henley and Mrs. the coffee servies. f
) j A y
: Survey Henley of Lakeland, the Wes-
1t ley Foundation and University Among those aiding in the $1298 $1298

t : Reveals Methodist Church gave a hospitalities were Miss Sharon 4

reception Saturday evening at Brown, Mrs. William .< 'id
Favorites the Foundation Lounge. : .; .
: Grobe, Mrs. Thelma Ivey,
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I NEW YORK -Blue and The Henleys came especially Mrs. William Ebersole and y
to attend the F 10 rida- <*;
Mrs. Walter
pink, In that order, rank as Day. .. .
:I the American woman's favorite S.M.U. football game yesterday Crocodile I .
and to visit their son, Saturday morning, Bishop j Tears"Vhat
In linens
color ac-
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Chapin, who is a freshman Henley was honored with a ". .
cording to results of a re-
medical student at the University breakfast at the Holiday Inn
: cent color preference survey. of Florida College of by the Board of Directors of \ crocodile wouldn't give his all to .

: Women surveyed, who represented Medicine.In the University Methodist grace a foot as beautifully as does tiffs .,.
section of
: a cross the receiving line with Church and Mrs. "
Henley was
all the nation's housewives, lovely reptile likeness. Crocodile Tears to i -
the Rev. and t1Sy '.
Henleys were 'i
complimented by Mrs. Elfe, S tr1 StSSttS. 3
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favored blue sheets over Mrs. Thaxton Springfield, Mr.. mate or mix in ... ,
two who entertained with a break pump and bag a s,. itstsLl,. {t -
whelmingly. Sixty per I
: and Mrs. Donald Goodhart, ,
fast her her home. 'h tttt'W'tss ,
cent said they would choose Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. rich-rich look, textury feel, and superb s aas. _

blue next time they bought BeaU, and Jack Carter. Natural Bridge fit -; h--/ 4
sheets. Those who would HomemadeTopping i
: choose pink represented 35 Mrs. Thomas Elfe, president .

: per cent of those questioned. Christian of the Women's Service, Society was of in ,. -; 71I A(1( / .' ,. .. t.

Other colors ranking high .
:. in color preference poll were charge her of arrangements.were Mrs. George Assisting Give bought cupcakes that an ',- ..: 8 safe.A : :: SPECIAL .f I

: lavender, green and yellow not frosted a homemade ,top ,. .
Vincent Learned 6 Pairst
Spache Mrs. ;
that order. Those queried Blend 2 oi f e
in ping. tablespoons ;
: \. .
and Mrs. Vincent McGuire. '. '. fastest sell t\g briefs)
I also indicated an interest in melted but t e r or margarinewith : (-1. .- WORLD Of* FASHION AT YOUR FCET! Sizes to 1 in white and colors$4.99
: colors now coming on the Yellow and bronze chrysan- tt cup ,honey and % cup fmbossed Cowhide Reg. sSe
market in C 0 1 ur ed linens. themums adorned the lace- flaked coconut. Spread the mixture -
: Some said they felt them to covered serving table, where on top of the cupcakes and '

:...children Mrs. Arnold Wirtala and Mrs. broil until golden-brown. -

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_.'_ Sunday September 20, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3B !

l ENGAGEMENTS Wedding/ / Recent Bride Is Complimented At Tea Tau-[


Tipton-Lipham More than 150 guests were w

;GRANDFALLS,- TEXAS Plans entertained Wednesday after- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Taw

William noon during a pre-nuptial tea of Gainesville announce the
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tip-
given by Mrs. William M. Pep- engagement of their daughter
ton of Grandfalls, Texas, announce per Jr. to honor her son'swife Miss Ray Nell Taw to William =

the engagement and ListedThe Mrs. John Angle Scar- Dale Guynn, F. N. U
approaching marriage o f S. N., son of Mr. and Mrs.
their daughter, Miss Susan ritt.The also of this
party took place at the f i t W. G. Guynn, ,
Jeanette Tipton, to Theron'H. marriage of Miss Mar- ,
Lipham, son.of Mr., and'Mrs tha Jane Edwards, daughter Gainesville Golf and Country city.An early March wedding is

I T. V. Lipham, of Gainesville, of Senator and :Mrs. Law- Club.Mrs. planned. _
rence Kirkland Edwards Pepper, the bride, her ....
Fla.The t 1 swr h. {.Ml.fir;y, i Jr. of Irvine and Harry Dou- mother, Mrs. Fred Mercer of Chocolate coated peppermin
'will be solemnized
wedding McIntosh and Mrs. O. J.
glas Davis, son of Mr. and wafers be melted
October 10'at 7 p. 'm. f 1 mother of the hostess flavored may
l Mrs. Harry Maxwell Davisof Angle, ,
and as
in the.First. Baptist hurch, Valdosta, Ga., will be an formed the receiving line. .: with a little ice
Grandfalls. a sauce for cream. .:
event of Saturday at 8 p.m. Greeting guests at the
if Miss Tipton was graduatedfrom in the First Baptist Churchof door were Mrs. A. E. Harp,

Grandfalls R o yalty g 4 Ocala.A Mrs. Frank Spain, Mrs. '
fH ; .
1\ High'School and she attended reception will followthe James G. Feiber and Miss 3 )

Hardin Simmon Universityand ceremony at the Skyline Louise Kincaid. S
t Texas Technological Col- __ Room at Silver Springs Introducing guests to th e s4k

lege. M Ss SsJeaD "t"twT pt' ; Miss Elizabeth Ann Ed- line were Mrs. William O' i r' .,,'>'

" wards, sister of the b'ide Neal, Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs.
l Mr. :Lipham was graduated and is presently a student at elect, will serve as maid of Ruth Sinclair and Mrs. Henry : ,
from Gainesville High School the University of Florida. Gray _
, honor. % '
Sr.Kept ,. ,
Bridesmaids will be Miss Guest Book 7i ,
,! Rogers-Hodge Sallie Adams, Mullins, S.C.; Susan Cannon and Dee Dee $

I' Miss Jane Daniel, Tallahassee Mcinnis kept the guest book, ? :t. : q tS .______

1 Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers and approaching marriage of ; Miss Julie Evans, Win- which was placed on a' tablein I ', J.avkmwrrem

I announce the engagement their daughter, Miss Judith ter Haven;' Miss Linda Gert- the club foyer. A bridal bou- ". .gk &:.SoSi: .Yt.q$.'I w&YY''e q : EOa+">......w"- >, 4rI
Rogers, to Wilson Bry an ner, Miss Robin 'Graham and quet and a tall white candle
d'r Hodge, son of Mr. tnd Mrs. Miss Jo Nez Love, aH of centered the registry table Pictured during the post-nuptial tea given Wednesday by Mrs. William M.
William Bryan Hodge of New- Gainesville. overlaid with a cutwork linen Pepper Jr., at the right, for her son's wife, Mrs. John Angle Scarritt, who is
berry. Harry Maxwell Davis will cloth. standing next to her, were the hostess' mother, Mrs. 0. J. Angle, left, and Mrs.
Fred Mercer of McIntosh mother Of the bride.
f Miss Rogers was graduatedfrom serve his son as best man. The two serving tables I
were ... .. .. .. ., I
Ushers will be Roger Davis 999. 0 L
Newberry High School laid with embroidered white with ivy ana grapes. Bison round sr.: Mrs. w. E. Assisting in me courtesies Awonderful
and Georgia Business Insti- Fort Walton, brother of the linen cloths. Party Assistants Stokes, Mrs. John A. Mur- were Mrs. Marguerite McIn- That -

tute, Valdosta, Ga. She is bridegroom-elect; L. K. Ed- An old fashioned bouquetof Those pouring coffee were phree Sr. and Mrs. Charles A. nis, Mrs. Richard Phillips,

presently employed by Gor- wards III and John Edwards pink: sweetheart roses and Mrs. Diana 'A. Smith, sister .Brooking. Mrs. Leo J. Thomas Sr., Mrs.E. .

don's,Jewelry Co. brothers John Dawson of the Thomas bride-elect Hatcher stephanotis in an antique sil- of the hostess, Miss Laura Presiding at the punch bowl Finley Cannon, Mrs. Wil- ,

Mr. Hodge was graduatedfrom Alexander, ver and crystal bowl adornedthe Baker, Mrs S. W. Getzen, were Mrs. Daniel Scarritt Jr., liam Gray, Miss Joanne Wood- discovery. \
of .
Newberry High School Valdosta John Bell tea table and the punch Mrs. James McC 1 a m rock, Mrs. Casper Rappenecker Jr., ward, Miss Lynn Moshier,
and is employed by the Cityof ; Arthur; Jacobs, .Fernandi- table was centered with a sil- Mrs. J. Lance Lazonby, Mrs. Mrs. John A. Murphree Jr. Miss Sandy Bowman and Miss the first time you have '
Gainesville in the engineering candelabrum decorated Joree McFarland Mrs. C. Ad-
na, and Dr. W. R. Heck of ver and Mrs. Charles Morris. Jill Penrod. professional portraits
: &aMiss 'dep rtment. Tallahassee. made of your children.
Ir The wedding is planned for Portraits express the

First October Methodist 18 at 4 Church p.m., in, New-the Parties Scheduled Cooking Is Fun Ir NEW OFFICE HOURSIn cuteness.your child the beauty you of

Tuesday morning, Mrs. Ed- really can't obtain in any
berry. wards and the bride tobe I other way.
All friends of the couple are will entertain with a coffeeat GOOD LUNCH Toss together the chicken, I the future we will closeon Make this wonderful
r invited to attend the cere- their home in Irvine so Pickles add zest to this salad. celery and pickle. Add discovery yourself.Call .
Judith Rogers mony and reception.WhiddonPritchard. I Saturdays at 12:30 P.M. us soon.
r that friends may see the wed- Chicken Salad Frances enough of the pickle liquid 'I

: ding gifts. Hours will be Bread and lemon the .. .. FR 6.5323 ..
Potato Chips Tray juice to mayonnaise New Hours Are: .....
from 10:30 ajn. until noon.
1' Brownies Beverage to suit own 13th St. j
your 821 N.W. -
The bridesmaids luncheon Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
CHICKEN SALAD FRANCES taste mix with chicken mix-
will be ;
l given Fridaynoon Saturdays 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whid- by Mrs. C. N. Millican 2 cups diced cooked chicken ture; add salt and pepper. i

1. don announce the engagement of Tampa, who will entertainat white meat Heap on salad greens; sprinkle -
of their daughter, Miss the Gainesville Golf and 1 cup thin celery crescents with A VVORLDTRAVEL
paprika. large .
Molly Caroline Whiddon t 0I Country Club. '4 cup diced drained sweet r
I Lowell Pritchard, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. bavis will pickled cucumber slices chicken breast, simmered in

and Mrs. Francis Pritchard, 1? give the rehearsal dinner Vz cup mayonnaise a little seasoned water, should SERVICE

: Wind Gap," Pa. honoring Miss Edwards and Lemon juice give the amount of chicken

The bride elect was graduated their son Friday evening at Salt and pepper to taste meat needed. Makes 4 small 808 W. University FR 6-4641

i from Gainesville High .... The Brahma in Ocala. Salad greens and paprika servings.
School. She attended the Uni- ,
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," versity of Florida and is presently t'.1i. :
... .
I t employed by Dr. Walter l !-I'9! t/i.>t.A.i .P! ih=-:"'', << ;fx'.Piff""f: {!'tJ
Jerrel in Jacksonville. Miss -:<''''' ;<:? // ::::' .'" H" ;A'.f"' "*"
:ti 1b' r t

the Whiddon Women's Business was Club.and a member Professional of- tfII J . i:n%,CUSTOM't.. ': DECORATE" 1; : ; ; L 1A.--T I1JeJAA

The bridegroom elect is

stationed the Naval with the Air U. S.Station Navyat TODAY, September 20 pa, noon, Gainesville Golf OJ tiaei geMIiJw o/ 1. U.I J1A Hlf l i J

and Country Club.
Jacksonville. He was graduaed Post nuptial patio supper Rehearsal dinner honoring ,

from Pen Argyl High Miss Molly Caroline Whiddon .' honoring Mr. and Mrs. Miss Martha Jane Edwards of .
I School, Pen Argyl, Pa. Raymond Watson, Dr. and Irvine and their son, Harry WITH CHOICE OF HUNDREDS OF FABRICS, :
The wedding will take m. in the Pine Grove Baptist Mrs. James G. Wilson and and
place September 27 at 4 ,p. Church. their daughter, Miss Mary Harry Douglas Maxwell Davis, Mr.Davis of Mrs.Val WITH CHOICE OF ARM AND BACK STYLES :

Wilson, 1729 NW 11th Road.
dosta, Ga., The Brahma of

. Mr. and Mrs. announce the engagement SATURDAY September 26
Coffee, Mrs. L. K. Ed- ,
I) H. D. Burnett of Alachua and approaching marriage of
wards Jr. and her daughter, Wedding of Miss Martha
their daughter, Miss Marsha .. Charming Traditional styling
Martha Jane Edwards of
Miss Jane Edwards, daughter b
has a hand-pleated
Burnett to David Al- '
a Gayle 10:30 until noon, at the Mrs. L. K. Ed- e.
: a.m. Senator and ,,,p( 1; yM button-tufted back and re-
of J. M.
lan Reber, son Mrs. Edwards' home in Irvine. wards Jr. of Irvine, and Har- s t versible zippered foam "
Reber of McIntosh. cushions for plenty of com
Davis, son tf Mr.
WEDNESDAY, September 23 ry I fort. Here's conservative
The bride elect, a grad- and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Da- richness ot its best. Many
uate of Santa Fe High School Kitchen shower feting vis of Valdosta, Ga., 8 p.m., {7:> '' fine performanceTested
is presently employed by the Miss Edwinna Murphey, fian- First Baptist Church of Ocala. '"" '' y fabrics to choose from.

First National Bank of Ala- cee of Verley J. Spivey of Reception following at the

chua. Jacksonville, 8 p.m., Mrs. J. Skyline Room of Silver 1 .
h:30 yqa E. Brogdon and Mrs. L. A. Springs.
The bridegroom elect was Hetrick at the former's home, Post wedding reception '. Matching chair
graduated from North Marion 324 NW 30th. honoring Lt. (j.g.) Robert
High School. He is the proprietor Schenck and Mrs. Schenckof

of Magnesia Springs., FRIDAY, September 25 Norfolk, Va., 8 to 10 p.m., i

Q at ; o The wedding will be a n Bridesmaids luncheon hon- Mrs. George Schenck, Mrs.
event of November 1 at 4 oring Miss Martha Jane Ed- V. A. Rogers, Mrs. Carleton

p.m. in the First Baptist wards of Irvine, fiancee of Van Arnam and Mrs. Mich- :
Church of Alachua.No Doug Davis of Valdosta, Ga., ael Coullias hostesses at the Nk
invitations are being Mrs. C. N. :Millican of Tam- Schenck home in Waldo. i

sent and all friends and relatives -

. Miss Marsha Gayle Burnett are invited to attend. This fine sofa constructed of the finest ma r.Y ,

At @ l lA terials by America's leading'manufacturer, '

I BarclayGilstrap is designed to give many'years of comfort, ,,,, ,,,,
and beauty. Take your choice of a wide
MADISON, TENN Mr. in Nashville. She taught sec selection of beautiful fabrics and pot!e rns. Y
and' Mrs. Walter A. Barclayof ond grade in West Palm gIJ.'l vos
Madison, Tenn., announce Beach. / special '\ ', . .
the engagement 'o( their The bridegroom elect re- : 0: ; ; .:' .- '
daughter, Miss Dorothy Ann ceived his B.S. and Masters' as theoccasion.

Barclay to Robert L. Gil- degrees at North Texas State ....

strap of Gainesville, F la,, University, Denton, and his
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gil- doctorate in education at P pJ

strap, Marshall, Texas.' George Peabody College for t
Teachers in Nashville.Mr. .
The. will be Q
wedding an
Gilstrap is assistant
event of November 28 at St.
Joseph's Church in Madison. professor of elementary edu- : ?> ,,7 ls: This Traditional sofa stays in
cation at the oi .. ?
'* a t y. style with a gently curving arm
The bride elect was grad- Florida, where he is super- Dde ; ,. ,k' .4,;.: ? y3 and a finely tailored look. The
uated from Cathedral High vising intern teachers. He is wo 0 .:.;a .,., .4 ..,, bond-pleated, soft foam bock
40 '{': l"r x ..' and zippered reversible cushions
School, attended St Mary of also coordinating an educa- + ,::. + make It very comfortable.
the Woods College, Ind., and tional television project for ., Your choice of gorgeous Per
was graduated from George the University of Florida College 'j formonce-Tested fabrics.
Peabody College for Teachers of Education. .s

EATON'S Fine Letter Papers !t; _
(4/: Mr *,5', Early American Sofas from $139.95
Traditional; ; Sofas from $169.95Modern
For every occasion that calls for a personal gift
The engage- The bride -to-be, who .
n taste,choose Eaton's Fine Letter Papers Sofas from $199.95
In good ,
ment of Miss Sherry Allene formerly lived in Gainesville,
Owens of Jacksonville to Gra- attended Gainesville Higl: to fine in quality,so beautifully presented. Beautiful matching chairs ;
Mllklnz eMir from $39.95 to $149.95 '
dy Clinton Smith of Jacksonville School, and was graduated II I ji
is announced by the from Florida State,University. A good selection is featured in our I

bride elect's parents, Mr. She is a teacher in Jacksonville -' Stationery Department now and the year'round.' .

and Mrs. Malcolm MacabeJr. schools. Always Plenty of 7Jf'(1 Phone

..of'Atlanta. The bridegroom elect is a A Good Gift for Anyone ot Any Time I 372-4247 w!
Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. graduate of Gainesville High Free Parking L 0' i) i

and.Mrs. George C. Smith of School and ,attended the ,
Gainesville Fla. of Florida. He has : 'i. .5 ; fJJl)1f/Jit
versity camCHESNUT OFFICE : : ;fJt: (
The wedding date has been pleted his military : b .

set for October 26 at. 6:30 the U.S. Marine Corps. He for S

p.m. In Saint Catherine's Epis- merly worked in.: the:composIng -
copal Church of Jacksonville.No room of the GainesvilleSun. : _. -' 2317 S.W. 13th Street .
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invitations are being sent Mr. Smith is now man.
and all relatives and friendsare ger of the Phillips Shoe Storein 106 W. University Ave._ Ph. FR 2-8421 ; Across From Jerry's :Drive-ln .
invited. Jacksonville. I ,:', ,- S J


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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 20-1964 S. '

.. LWML Meets Phil McDildas Celebrate

j Garden Club Wedding'Vows ExchangedMr. On TuesdayLutheran Women's Missionary 25th AnniversaryNEWBERRY

and Mrs. Andrew Har- ,.
of First Lutheran .
League J i
ry Efstathion, were marriedon Church will meet --,, More than dragons formed the aecoration ?
September 13; at St.Mark's Tuesdayat 100 relatives and friends called for the serving table,
; 9:30 a.m., at the Parish
Notes Church Pa- Brown
Episcopal Welch, Mrs. Theodore ,
... latka. Rev. Fr. Paul Aposto- HalL during the recent reception cutwork linen cloth. i
1 lakos of Sl John 'the ,Divine Mrs. Luther A. Arnold will given by Mr. and Mrs. i
By GWEN BENZ Greek Orthodox Church of present the topic "The Holy Phil McDilda, who entertained Those assisting in the hospitalities :
: September 11, the Gainesville Garden Club celebrated i its Jacksonville officiated 'at the SpiritOur Heavenly Teach- at their home to celebrate were Mr$. John L.

: Ruby Anniversary. the past, the club members have ceremony, performed beforean er". their silver wedding anniversary Welch, Mrs. Theodore Brown
worked .together to achieve our many goals. This year will altar adorned with white Brown Mrs.
be no different. All will ,"Garden Together As One" for a gladioli a to d chrysant h e- a ; Mrs. Henry Schroder will Mrs. Thomas C: ,
more beautiful city, county, and state. mums, andtflanked; by cam be hostess during the social The McDildas have two Charles Davis, Mrs. Allison
The first meeting of the new season is to be a general delabra. hour. sons, Douglas and Phil Mc Green. Mrs. Thomas A.

meetmg m Fellowship Hall of the First Presbyterian The bride formerly Miss Mrs. Werner Lauter Dilda Jr., both of Gainesville Brown, Mrs. .Joe Arms 0 D ,
: Church on September 24. Coffee will be served from 9 to' 9:30.. presi- and one grandson, Mrs.
Susan Beath is
Georgene the dent, announces that two Mrs. J e r ry Brown,
The will be open for those who visit to bring Douglas Rich.A .
nursery Car-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. items business to be dis- George McDilda, Mrs.
1 : their children, with a charge of 25c for this service. Donald Beath of Gainesville.The cussed will be: the league silver candelabra holding roll Cumber, Mrs. Jimmy

The program, entitled "Foundation of Garden Club bridegroom Is the son booth at the Mission Fair to silver candIes and an arrangement Rogers, Mrs. Howard Holder -
: Work," will be given by the ,officers and board members. wr i
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Efsta } be held October 11, and the of chrysant h e- and Mrs. Phil McDilda
Each chairman will briefly tell of her duties so that individual
: thion of Palatka.
0 6 L.W.M.L. District Conven- mums, carnations and snap- Jr. 1(1(
members will understand her own responsibilities
Givenin, marriage by Nich- tion scheduled October
16 17
: EXECUTIVE BOARD: The Garden Club Board of Directors olas A. Carter, the bride in Jacksonville.
will hold the September meeting tomorrow at 9:30 a.nin wore a floor length gown
Center 516 NE Second Avenue. This ... '
: the Recreation ''
.featuring lace satin .
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from usual meeting place is due to a conflict. !- 3 yeacvrq" # >
: change bodice and an upswept dip > R" ::11 r )
So, we'll see you at the Recreation Center on the 21st. in the skirt front. Her veil of F 0 .A>9 S Y.Al. NANCY JANE \ :;

t : e Circles will meet Thursday as follows: ,. illusion fell from a pearl We do expert
School of Dance
Amaryllis ;
: q- crown and.she carried a bouquet 3t
*t.Executive Board of Amaryllis Garden Circle, Mrs. R. '1 L. !
i : of white roses, lily of ; : y -
Johnson, Mrs. M. N. Clarkson, Mrs. D. T. Kinard, .Mr ,the valley,. and a Cattelya orchid ft 207 N.E. 7th St. Picture Framing .,
: T. C. Andrews, and Mrs: E. H. Killgore, will be hostesses :.: A 372'2589 1S '
be held at the Gainesville: ;
for the opening luncheon to \
Mrs. Marion L. Friend of k All Sizes: i
: Club. Members will meet in the lounge ,ofthe
and Country Merritt Island was matron of ?I TAP BALLET, TOE Mats Non-Glare
: club to visit and exchange summer reminiscences between 'bo 1o Sheiwore alight : ACROBATICS, JAZZ .)
green -
11 a.mand noon. The luncheon will be held In the. private_ ,"dress and BATON TWIRLING Portrait
: 'k matching accessor-
< : !
: dining room at noon. ies- Bridesmaids v p A
Miss Color
were of
Members are requested to make reservations. with the Marlon -Gilliland, Miss Sara 00\: .0.' .

: telephone committee by Monday evening. Jo Edlin and Miss Diane Feb 523 W. University Avc. FR- 6-1206

Azalea Central Committee of frey, all of Gainesville. They Mrs. Andrew Harry Efstathionand It Pays To
r ; The Azalea Circle will meet with the wore"emerald dresses
i Garden Club at the First Presbyterian green of white Cattelya member Advertise In The
: the Gainesville ,and matching accessories. All a corsage I of the staff of
Church Thursday at 9:30 a.m. attendants carried bouquets orchids for the wedding.A WUFT-TV, University of Florida GAINESVILLE SUN
} 1 : : Circle members will go from the church to the '.home of .,of bronze chrysanthemums. reception followed the educational TV station. \
, Lane for the Circle meeting L
Mrs. E. M. Yon, 2049 NW Seventh Frank
: George George
with Mrs. Yon was ceremony at the Palatka
: at 11 a.m. followed by best man. for the bridegroom.
will be Mrs. Harwood Dolbeare and Mrs Paul Moore, Ushers: were James Efstath- Woman's Club. .
Following the symposium held at the First. Presbyterian ion, brother of the bride- The bride .wore a jacket Ii

: Church from 9:30: to 11, the Begonia Circle ,will:. :have. a Chris groom,Efstathion'Richard, cousin Westbury of, dress:of white'lace and light i
11:15 blue shantung for her travel-
: luncheon at Holiday Inn at a.m. the bridegroom, and Dr. How-
Mrs. Hugh Simmons will begin our year with a program ard ing ensemble.The .
: entitled, "How Your Calendar Can Help." Please bring Ramsey. S ,
The bridegroom's mother couple are making
potted plants for a plant exchange.Camellia chose an /aqua brocade their home at 617 NW 8th J I.

:, Camellia Circle members will attend the General Garden dress, matching accessories Place. Mr. Efstathion, is a :

: Club meeting, after which they will have a sandwich luncheon :.c: ;

at the home of Mrs. F. G. Bennett, 314 SW Third
: Street. Mrs. Frank S. Hubbard and Mrs.; Carroll Brown will WellsOakleyDADE 1
: be assisting hostesses. Each member will bring a sandwich. .
i 1 .to Carnation : l4''S c :
at the home of Mrs. CITY Mr. and : -
? : Carnation Circle will meet at 8 p.m. -::
S. E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE Eleventh Street. The program will Mr ,Carl Max Wells were 4
: be a talk and a demonstration by Mrs. John Flowers, who married on September 5 at ,fl41
: will speak to the circle on "Everlasting Beauty, Collecting the First Baptist Church,
and Arranging Dried Material". Dade City, with Rev. E. C.
: Hostesses for this meeting are the 1964.1965 officers for the Tyner of Deland officiating at
t Carnation Circle: Mrs. Ritch, Mrs. Richard Schiffli Mrs. Wel- the double ring ceremony.The j: :4

o ty Shrum, Mrs. Charles Olson and Mrs. S. N. Baughman. bride is the former 5 :

o Chrysanthemum Miss Joyce Ann Oakl ey, -
t After the General Meeting, Chrysanthemum members will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ;
'meet at the home of Mrs. John Whitford, 739 NW 23rd Street. John Horace Oakley of j ; t :
l Year Books will be distributed. Members are urged to Maggie Valley, N. C., for- J :s.7 ati

bring rummage, coat hangers, and paper bags any time merly of Gainesville and ,
J during the week or at this meeting. In order to mark the Dade City. '

rummage in preparation for the sale on Saturday individuals The bridegroom is the son, i i
. should bring their own sandwiches and, the hostess will of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. p..i. :
provide the drinks for the informal luncheon. .. :Wells of Bonifay, r SOILED WET CARPETING? j

t : 'M Daisy. ,_. Given,rfo marriage by her :
Following the symposium at the First.PresbytgrianChurc father, the bride was attended I We Will Clean and Treat Against : : -.); \-
t : members of the Daisy Circle will meet:for luncheon_ In"}the+ by Miss Nancy'Mae Oak -...- <: ;" [

Gator Room at University Inn at 11:45 a.m. ley, her sister, maid of honor ..,A Mildew and Mildew Odors. : '. .r _;;" 1
Hostesses for the occasion will be Mrs. J. E. Wood, Mrs. Miss. Pamela Jean Oak-

: H. G. Bates and Mrs. Fred B. Arnold. For reservations, ley also' a sister of the bride,
members should contact the hostesses or the telephone was ,juniorbridesmaid.Britt' 9'x12' ONLY $6.95 PICKED UP and DELIVERED ; !

: committee: Mrs. R. A. Bradley, Mrs. M. D. Read and Mrs. ;Laiidrura of Pen sa- 91 ; +K+ axe \ !

E. A. Craig. 'cola' wa best 'man. Ushers SAVE < .
Officers: for the 1964-65 season will be Mrs. Jack Williams, were .Clyde'Wells
chairman; Mrs. J. R. Anderson, first vice-chairman; Mrs iak Sprilig5. brother- the
J. E. Wood second vice chairman; Mrs. R. G. Hoffman bridegroom and Lowell Harris

secretary,and- Mrs.' Harold Johnson, treasurer. of Dade City of t BEDDINGRENOVATED
Dianthus The will make V
I Circle will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the home of :Mrs.Marvin s
Dianthus their-)home'in Dade. City AMwp.t'S f
Gale; 3927 NW 18th Place, for the purpose of making '
: where r..Wel1s is employed -
plans for the coming, year. Mrs. Clarence Rogers' will.assist by the Florida Parole OR -
r : ( ) Replace That Old Carpetingand
.. *. Mrs. Gale, Dogwood and Probation, Commission. Mrs. Carl Max Wells

I : X Dogwood Circle will meet. with Mrs. Ernest Burch at her .

: "lake home in, Keystone Heights, Thursday fora 12:30 p.m. JerniganRaganVows
f luncheon. Co-hostesses are the officers: Mrs. Cecil Love,, Bedding NOW!

:: Mrs. A. W. Fletcher, Mrs. Earl C. May and Mrs. B. E., .' SolemnizedJACKSON
o Thrasher..Guest Speaker will be Mrs. Flake Parker. :
Founders Circle will meet September 24, at 1 p.m. with Miss. Miss were Lewis Jernigan, cousinof SPECIALS!
: :
J S *f Mrs. F. N. Rhines, 1540, NW 37th Terrace, for luncheon. Cc- Margaret Elizabeth Ragan, the bridegroom, and Fred .
: hostesses will be Mrs. G. J. Schoessow and Mrs. Jesse W. daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Shirley.The WALL-TO-WALL tackless installation .,
1 bride's mother choosea
Huckert. Jr.
Warner Benjamin Ragan
will be Review of Committee Responsibilities. pink dress, matching ac -
:, : ,/ji The. program a of Jackson, Miss, becamethe cessories, and a pink rose **: NYLON 501" CONTINUOUS FILAMENT

: : Gardenia bride of Dell Tison Jerni- corsage. j*

. *" Gardenia Circle 'will meet for luncheon at the Gainesville gan Jr., son of Mr. and The bridegroom's mother 32% RUBBERIZED PAD
: : Golf and Country Club at' 12:30 Thursday. Hostesses will be! Mrs. Dell Tison Jernigan Sr. wore a yellow dress, tur

: : The new officers: chairman, Mrs. George Franklin; vice- of Gainesville, Fla., Septem quoise accessories, and a
chairman Mrs. J. Graham Haile; secretary, Mrs. 0. Lee, ber 12 at the Crestwood Baptist corsage of white carnationsand
Don Williams and second vice .. of ,Jackson. chrysanthemums. : 795
: Gordon; treasurer, Mrs. Church 20 COLORS TO :
chairman and program chairman,,Mrs. C..A. Black. Rev. G. A. McCoy officiated Reception Given
: Geranium at the double ring ceremony A reception followed the -
Geranium Circle will meet at U' p.nv at the home x>f Mrs., and Mrs. T. D. Sills pres- ceremony at the Fellows hip CHOOSE FROM S PER YD.

: C. E. Melton, 716 NE 2nd Avenue. Co-hostesses' 'will be. ented organ music. Hall.The INSTALLED'
: : Mrs. W. N. Robinson Mrs. Del Willard.. Mrs. C. F. 'Skinner Given in marriage by her bride choose a gold .
and Mrs Peter Hahn. ,. father, the bride wore a white and white jersey sheath, anda
: : The program will be given :by Mrs. R. G. Ashley who I silk shantung dress. Her veil gold linen coat for her traveling GATE
: will review "A Place on Earth" by Gwen FrosUc.l1 of illusion fell from silk ensemble. CITY'S FAMOUS
r '. Gladiolus bows and she carried a white After a wedding trip in
{ After the 9:30 a.m., General Meeting of the Garden Club I prayer book and white roses. Florida, the newlyweds will INNERSPRING BOTH FOR ONLYMATTRESS
: : at the First Presbyterian Church, Gladiolus Circle member!I Miss Clair Ragan, sisterof make their home in Gaines.
\ : : will meet at noon for a luncheon at Holiday Inn. the bride, was maid of vile, where Mr. Jernigan is
New officers are Mrs. Tommy .Rldgell, chairman:, .Mrs. honor. She wore a pink lace employed by the U. S. Post
: William Gartner, Jr., first vice' chairman;, Mrs. W. 'T,... dress, matching accessories Office Department.Out .
Duggan, second vice chairman; Mrs. B. F. Yarbrough, secretary and she carried a bouquet of of town guests attend $ 95
: ; and Mrs. John T. Branch, treasurer. They will re: pink chrysanthemums.Brother ing the wedding included the AND MATCHING
: view each members duties and plans for the new yea Best Man bridegroom's grandm o t her,

ahead. John Jernigan served his Mrs. Lewis A. Jernigan Sr. BOX SPRINGS WITH
h : Hostesses for the luncheon will be Mrs. M. H. Baxley and l brother as best man. Ushers of Gainesville. TRADE "
+ Mrs. A. E. Folds.
J : Gloriosa Lotus DOUBLE SIZE
Members of the 'Gloriosa Circle will meet at the First Following the Garden Club's morning session, members; i
i : Presbyterian Church for the general club meeting at 9:30 1 of the Lotus Circle will attend a luncheon meeting at the

a.m. home of the chairman, Mrs. A. C. O'Neill, 529 NE First NO MONEY DOWN _

: Hibiscus Street, at 12:15 p.m. O1
Hibiscus members are to meet at the First Presbyteriar]i L" Mrs. C. I. Hood, first vice chairman; Mrs. Austin Kim No Carrying Charge On Our

I I : Church for the general club meeting at 9:30 a.m. :Eaci 1 t"L ball, second vice chairman; Mrs. Thomas A. Grahjm Jr.,, 30, 60, and 90 Day Pay Plan!
: member is asked to bring her hibiscus plant to this "meet secretary; and Mrs. L. R. Mercer, treasurer, will serv+
ing. .as hostesses with, Mrs. O'Neill. The program for the year USE CENTRAL CHARGE!
: Hydrangea will be reviewed by Mrs. Kimball during the business hour

Hydrangea Circle will meet at 8 pjn. at the home of Mrs,,. Mimosa
: H. L. Sneeringer, 814 NW 17th Avenue. The circle officers i Mimosa Circle of the Gainesville Garden Club will meet' 7
will lead a discussion on the "Duties of Membership." ,Possibilities -.. Thursday at 3:00 pjn. with Mrs. Henry Lunsford, 1923 N\V GATE CITY ETSWORKS -j
: and desires for Christmas projects for the. circle: +t *. 5th Avenue. Mrs. James F.Hentges Jr., is co-hostess. C R ,
l : will also be discussed at this initial circle meeting. !..Mrs.J.. W. Willingham will discuss "The Duties of Com

Jasmine mittee Chairmen".
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: Jasmine Circle will meet Thursday, ,at 8 p.m. Hostesses J Palm
are Mrs. Charles M. Morris and Mrs. John A. Murphrei B Palm Circle members will meet Thursday at 9:30 ajni As You
*? Jr., Newberry Road. Mrs. Hugh Simmons will speak on "Bi i I- at Fellowship Hall of the First Presbyterian Church for th "Pay Sleep"

__&ic Mechanics of Flower Arran ements." regular September meeting. :
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Sunday* September 20. 1964 Gainesville Sun ..Sd


Bridal M -.
G uiteras-Andrews P4t1frd1th w e y .t

Tea Y.rF Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Rivers .have chosen the names (,0"' ::
Randal Benton Rivers and Russell Mark Rivers for their \0,0 .
twin sons, born September 9 at Alachua General Hospital ios. ", Our,\\.t\\OQ8
Given + The twins, who will be called "Randy" and "Hasty" havean ....
r't. older brother, Joseph W. Riven Jr., who is known as n\
t Y'sA V "Jody. .
I : The babies are the maternal grandchildren of Dr. and :
As a pre-nuptial
courtesy / +6 Mrs. J. B. White and the paternal grandsons of Mrs. Mildred 5P
I feting fiancee Miss of Edwinna J.Murph- : Rivers of Lake Butler. \\\ \\ .
Spiv- :
ey Here to assist with the care of the twins is their maternal \ \ ua
of Jacksonville,
I ey a tea was great-aunt, Mrs. G. C. Walker of Timmonsville, S. C., whois
I' given Tuesday afternoon by visiting her sister, Mrs. White, and Dr. White. s.. .
Mrs. John Hoover and her 'A R Ja w r
3 Y; ?Ar : '
daughter, Miss Ross Hoover. F7. :

'j' More than 40 guests called AAUW HoldsMembershio I V a

during the affair, which took
place at the Hoover home. '

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Mrs. Ed Lear greeted yiny CoffeeAnnual

guests at the door. '. .
I ,.. r'laA" IAmes
Carnation coraages were {>ev membership coffeeof Mrs. Dean Coddington, ,
presented to the bride-to-be the American Associationof Mrs. George K. Davis, Mrs. w C a
and her mother, Mrs. Mil- University Women took Lester Dragstedt, Mrs. Glen c
ledge Murphey Jr., by the place at the UP Faculty Club. Hass, Mrs. Paul L. Hanna,
hostesses, who also gave Miss n'rF 0. X n Greeting guests and mem- Mrs. Alan Hardin, Mrs. Leon
Murphey an electrical ap- /3E'Kvri 4j bers at the door were Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Robert W.
pliance as a party gift. Sadi S. Koru, president of the Jones, Mrs. Laughon, Mrs. r ; .
/1' Gainesville chapter; Dr. La- Donald Post, Mrs. J. V.
Autumn flowers and ivy ap. ;4 Y.fy@ ; ty + Yt lia Boone president of the Saunders and Mrs. Sidney
'; were used as a centerpiece .. 'P1 Florida Division of AAUW; Tatom. ez s a+
j for the lace covered tea $ NF h t'A N Mrs. Harlan R. Ellis, Amer- '
table where Mrs. James M. ican Family chairman for
Gable and Mrs. C. G. MixonJr. the Florida AAUW, and Mrs.
presided. v James A. Noland corres-
ponding secretary of the Florida
Assisting in the courtesies l

throughout the afternoon were __;-w.n'k _.'.._..VNU ...f. ._-r._.._I_M1r_ ".... .'.;_Y .'..w.:............,...w_..._ Serving Division.refreshments were r k' J
Mrs. Paige Pinnell, Mrs. Earl
Hardee, Mrs. A. Frank Green Mrs. George Patrick Guiteras.of Chapel Hill, N. C., past presidents of the club ;. .
include Mrs. Burton
and Miss Jeannine Murphey, above, was Miss Judy Miles Andrews, daughterof
Ames, Mrs. Paul L. Hanna,
sister of the honoree.To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lloyd Andrews, before THE FAVORITE SPOT f
her marriage September 6 in St. Thomas More Mrs. Harvey K. Meyer IN TOWN FOR NOON TO : \
C. Lunsf d MEET .
Mrs. Henry 0 r ,
I Church of Chapel Hill. The bridegroom, formerly'of LUNCH.
Gainesville, is the son of Dr. George G. Guiteras Mrs. Stanley Mathis and ,706 W. UNIYER. AVE. .
measure baking powder and Mrs. Cecil Smith.
and Mrs. Virginia Kline Guiteras of Des Moines,
salt as well as small amounts Mrs. Fred T. Laughon was ABOVE
formerly of Gainesville.The :
\ of other dry ingredients, dip up in charge of the decorations.
I the ingredient with a measuring newlyweds will live in Asheville N. C., where Hostess chairman for the winter What?prettier Luxurious way to NUBELLO spend the wool fall that end
I spoon and level off with a the bridegroom is a member. of the faculty at the event was Mrs. Doyle S. I, = looks worth a king's ransome styled with
} Spatula Asheville School. Webb, assisted by Mrs. i'c ri i triple rows of distinctive zig-zag stitching
\', repeated on the provocative collar with unusual
i iII ,1\ closing and back scalloping. Concealed -
f'' pockets compliment the graceful
line. Newest fall colors.
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i; t' with smart saddle stitching spanning the
t1. i 7 side seams the sleeves and the perky col-
lar ,- the collar taking a new turn with,
.. lapels cropped and widened for a totally ,
_.' & newsy effect. Pockets swirl in a half-circle
i to give a dashing distinction to this coat of
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BATH .SOAP Misses, Women's & Jrs. Every Monday NylonTricot-loceTrim / Newest fall colors.

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HOSIERY 5 Colors S-M-L-XL i ; ply,RIBBONAE worsted. wool
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1964. I Db:1; :

i l "/ -Two Florida Cooks Bake in Ballroom of Miami Hotel T t

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' (Editor's Note: One of two waiting in the room were Mr. ts" even to officials*.You never Art LInkletter emceed the is the time iorau; good coo
-Florida finalists competing in and Mrs. Phillip Pillsbury: see the judges nor do they show which was telecast to make a real effort to go. f;
'It utbe national 1964 Bake Off along with-several other peon ice you. until the Awards throughout the country.I I'm mulling over' new twists idea y
1\ last week in Miami was Mrs. pIe who were to hand, out Luncheon. hope there will always bea to my recipes for an ,
" !Anna Y. Lupkiewitez oflj for nest year.
' more instructions, and enough Your range number serves Bake Off. Originally planned One of those
I ( Gainesville. Her personal ac- invitations to functions.to fill is your code all the way to glorify the homemaker and don't give up.
''|p I :count of the three-day stay in a week, badge identification, through. You win with a num- and her creative art in "dream ? ups" could be chosen.
JUlami with 100 contestants a lovely charm bracelet with cooking, the BakeOff now I

11\ fallows., ) a miniature stove, a scrap- T ber.As you stand by your new includes men both in junior Now, let's see where didI
i book with name imprinted on-- : L Range and try out your Mixer and senior devision. and write down that idea for that
'I Ij By ANNA LUPKIEWICZ the cover in gold, and other (which is yours after the they do very well (Aren't the exotic creation? It must
.\ -i+ts the Senior Finalist from information.Mr. Bake Off) you really have world's greatest CHEFS men? have been on the back of that
\''f Florida I will never forget and Mrs. Pillsbury DO time to think of nervous- It's a gala event for all. .airplane ticket. i
"t the magic of the three days greeted me with much ;.. ness. You are too busy preparing from teen ager to grandmother. .
\ at the fabulous Americana Hotel cordiality. I had the feeling your recipe twice; once ,
ti r\ i.. in Miami. Our hosts Pillsbury that they were waiting "just for the judges and once for Honor To Attend !
and General Electric for me." Throughout the long win I
the Awards Luncheon display.I I did not expect to any
; treated all of us as visiting night, they greeted eacn con- svi : ,
I. n.F a y Fp.A yR n .e y had intended to sample of the big prizes and I was
II royalty during the Bake-Off. testant. ryv tA 4 ,
took 1tws
" some of the delicious foods content that my recipe
,:"i\ All of you know by now that The next day we were given ; prepared by other finalists: but me to the Bake Off. Almost } 4
Janis Boykin the Junior Finalist more instructions on the suddenly found I did not feel everyone I talked to seemedto
'I : from Melbourne won use of our stoves. Each con- like eating anything. feel the same way. We
: the coveted grand prize of testant was fitted in her own Breakfast in Bed were all winners before we i
$25,000 with her easily-made and pictures were taken J JCHANEL f
apron The next morning began assembled. It was Interestingto j
:. double crust peaches and for newspapers.The with the luxury of breakfast meet the finalists who came ,
cream pie recipe. afternoon was spent m bed a housewife's from all walks of life and all,
I From the time the planer meeting other contestants. dream! A flower bedecked parts of the country. And yet :
: landed at the Miami Airport How assuring it was to find x i a ;a tray was filled with the truly there was one,big interest in ti' vAs
\ to the time of takeoff, we received that each one felt just as apprehensive good food that was typical of common. I've never thought of ey aY ;
.I : help. Everywhere you about the entire all our meals there. cooking and baking as a com-
turned, saw an official event as I did.
you .; A.: Orchid corsages arrived at mon denominator before but
'/, :standing by to help. Among That evening GE hosted a .. my door to wear to all the it really is just that
.' -the letters sent ahead of the reception and very elegant f: Faso y' / rt. banquets and to the Awards The Bake Off will be in
: !vent, complete directions dinner party for the contest- Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz of Gainesville adds a dash of cinnamon as she prepares Luncheon. At the luncheon San Francisco next year. Now
: from home to headquarters ants. What wonderful food! her "Pie-on-a-Stick" with. Janis Boykin, 17-year old high school student .-
m were given. more pictures .more from Melbourne holding the batter bowl. Janis won the $25,000 Pillsbury THE MOST
: How could anyone get be- people to meet the editors prize for her "Peachessy Pie." Both original recipes are printed below for you 1-1 i EDMUND DWYER TREASURED NAME IN PERFUME t
I tfUdered with such carefully of various food magazines to add to .your cooking files. :
r' : corked out plans? However were there people go Electrologist t

: I found the only things emitted from the press. Bake-Off Then, came THE momentwe Each contestant had enough fer friendly encouragement. UNWANTED
: I from the instructions were officials. One almost expected were all waiting for. We ingredients to make the recA buffet luncheon was held 'I' cjL \
n L about what to do a clock to strike 12 as in a
suggestions were taken to the glamorous ipe four times. for us so we could eat when- I 11.\111 t.I. .
:for rubbery knees, fingers that dream and the entire image ballroom transformed into a ever we found a chance to getaway
\ became all thumbs, or what would disappear. huge kitchen, where we were Against the back chop of from our baking. : .. I
,c: ; :to do with all those lutter- Ballroom Bakery to bake our prize entry for popping flashbulbs, whirring f. GRESHAM DRUGS
:flies. Monday morning we nerv- the Bake Off honors. (I felt mixers, and heavenly smells, Win By Number i I TOUt POWKTOWH JBS'
J : c PU. Call FR 2-S039
Warm Welcome ously appeared for breakfastin like an actress who\ had just food editors from all over the The judges didn't even drop 107 West i Unirtnitv i Avenue
1 : At: the, hotel, the label on our house-dresses! comfort- received the cue,to appear on nation, and many Florida by. They were under guard in I 12 W. Umr. Avt.
1!, :myT luggage identified me as able shoes and aprons. At stage.) Standing on thick carpeting representatives stopped! to ofin a secluded room, "off lim-
t oner of the "100". Therefore breakfast, we were given last serviced by eager hotel ii
:without having to ask where minute advice and instruC-: attendants, surrounded by
I, :to go, I was shown the way tions. We also heard a short more celebrities all helpful
!( .to the headquarters on the talk by a lawyer concerning"how and friendly. the Big Show A 1Norlair I
main floor. to report our wins" on began. .
What a wonderful greetingI the income tax return. This 90th
received! Here it was one brought quite a response from During the Bake Off from Of Values ;
I and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., top execu-
and the
:o'clock in the morning, women men.
tives of Pillsbury and General
; Electric were stopping by our
I : Golf Association tiny kitchens to look s.illi, or
taste. e

II' :Opens Year Thursday Once the actual preparation I
of the baking began, and a :
familiar routine was established -
f Mrs. G. Leonard Emmel, Bridge players are reminded by a contestant, nervous-
president of the Gainesville that play will begin at ness seemed to be forgotten. c
"\ 0Hien's Golf Associat ion, 10:30 a.m. Luncheon' will fol We were more concerned f J LADIES FALL WEIGHT
:announces opening day for low.Golfers about where to find our utensils J ,
.golf and bridge activities both nine hole and start the
assembling ;, *
Thursday. and 18 hole groups will ingredients for the mixing. WOMEN'S
I All members of the Gaines- tee off immediately follow- 1
ville Golf and Country Club ing the business meeting.Mrs. I felt quite at home not being { TAILORED STYLE & JUNIOR'S
able to find quickly WHAT !
wishing to participate are invited Emmel invites all I
I to this first meeting new members to join-in the I wanted WHEN I wanted it. I I 11 1 Ia

I:scheduled clubhouse. for 9 a.m. at the Association's the coming year.activities for I ,TjuP\ I: SUITS NEW FALL I

fI \ \ I. ., DRESSES
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with the Gainesville Club Season just: r "" 21.1 '. 1 j
L.: ORIG. 19.98-25.00 JERSEY, ORLONS,
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,flere is a reminder for all press and publicity chairmen. 1I I l-4

Deadline for publication of club notices: I! y SALE CREPES, MATTE

t :. Sunday: Wednesday Noon i / yD D g 12.90 JERSEY, RIBBED .

I : Daily: 8:30 a.m. day of publication. Preferably all re- .. COTTONS, MOHAIR
leases should be submitted to the Women's Department \
:the preceeding day of publication by noon. fq LOOPS & DOUBLE

:: Calender of Event notices should be submitted the day be- COUNTRY OF KNITS.: nORIGINU.S.A.
'. fore 'blication, r earlier. Cards for calendar club events i '
; I :are available at the Sun Women's department and may be'f ORIG. 14.99-17.99
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J'f I :: All stories must be submitted in typewritten form .dou- SALE 12.99MISSES .
;$le spaced. Name and telephone number of the individual
\ submitting club stories should be typed in the upper left
1 :hand corner of the page. & ALL WANTED.FALLTONES

S :: Because of the heavy volume of club news, one story JUNIOR'S SOLIDS f '
:in advance and one story following the meeting will be

:used IF the event warrants follow-up coverage. CAR COATS PATTERNED f

:: All members' names In club stories should be submitted FABRICS.

i .hi social form Mrs. John Jones, not Mrs. Mary Jones uni'ess } 'OF SUEDE CLOTH, POPLIN, '. -
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Sunday September 20 1964 Gainesville Sun 7B

_ Jean Carver Wins/ Press Award Hensley-Windham Bridae Club Notes,

1 ORLANDO Miss Jean General excellence, news- Ena Naunton, Miami Herald; V -- -
Carver,. Gainesville Sun staff papers over 40,000 circulation: honorable mention: Billie O' WILDWOOD Miss Mar- seed pearls and she carried a
cia Gail bouquet of white carnations By RALPH H. BLODGETTThe Dr. E. C. Kirkland and his Mrs. W. T. ,Zeanah and"Mrs.
writer; won a second place 1, Marie Anderson Miami Her- Day, Miami News. daughterof
award in the Florida Wom ald; 2, ,Billie O'Day, Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Troy'Millard centered with a white orchid. monthlyr master point guest, N. C. ,Ravine of Fort J. F. Wharton were second
Pictorial and page make-up: Lauderdale, came in second with 69%, and Mrs.Violet l- \
en's Press Club annual con- ami News 3, Annie Rowe St. game of the University City
; Windham and James Roger Barbara Warnock flower with
76, while Mrs.
1, Billie O'Day, Miami News; Club' L.Gray ley and Miss Bernice Brenke
test for her entry on Petersburg Times. Bridge attracted 8% tables -
2, Royce Greenlaw, St. Petersburg Hensley, son of Mr. and Mrs. girl, wore, a similar floor- of and the writer were third were third with 63. _',
Facelifting. bridge to Weed
.It Juanita"City Green W.4'k t .NJ fn General excellence, ,news- Times; 3 Arlene Alli- James Blain Hensley, were: length:gown of white satin Hall on Wednesday players. evening.The with 69%. The club will hold its-next
If r" papers under 40,000 circula- good, St. Petersburg Times. married in the First BaptistChurch' Mrs. W. D. Macdonald and
of the Miami ,. The honor attendant wore a average score was 94!% game at 7:30 tomorrow"evening
Herald receiv- tion: 1 Anne Rowe, St. Peters- Public Service Winners in Wildwood on Aug- medium blue satin sheath withdetachable for North'South' 'and 84 for Van A. May led the East- at the Recreation Center ,
11!tk ed first place burg Independent; 2, Dorothy ust 22.Rev.. pleated overskirt. East-West. West contingent with 82, while Visitors are always welcome.

t, and Con n i e Ann Flor, Pompano Sun Public service: 1, Joy Reese : K. F. DeSha, Tavares.uncle' Her headpiece was a satin bow
It I f Gee of the Miami Sentinal; 3, Florence Sch- shaw, Miami Herald; 2, Bet- of the bride, officiatedfor and she carried a nosegay:of Mrs. Ronald Schoenau and
neider, Sarasota Herald: Trib- te Orsini St. Times Cliff Landers were the happy
1 Petersburg the double blue and white ..chrysanthemums. '
"Il third place.New, ;F.- 4 4 t une.Special ; 3, Norma Jean Hill, Tam- Miss Kay Kelly ring was ceremony.organist The other attendantswore winners in the North South Its timeto, gel .' :
sections 1 Eliza- a of 130
: Tribune honorable .
men- ensembles identical to .
I wards for ty ; pa ; and Mrs. Leroy Gaskins, .
11\I\, beth Whitney, St. Petersburg tion: Doris Fortune, Fort was 'soloist. that of the honor attendant'in match points. Dr. C. W.
ii y".i the annual con- t.. Times; 2, Marie Anderson,Mi- Lauderdale News: a light shade of,blue. Banks and S. L. Williamswere
test were presCarver ami Herald; 3, Joan Abbot Palms'ferns, and floor baskets second with 116, Mrs. ready/01:.. -
ented last night following the Crook, St. Petersburg Times Straight news: 1, Nancy Os- of gladioli and chrysan- The bride's mother chose a Joe Moss and Robert W. Jones _
I organization's banquet at the and Independent; honorable good, St. Petersburg Times; themums decorated the al- dark blue lace sheath with were third with 91, and Mrs.
i i Robert Meyer Motel, where mention: Anne Rowe. 2, Frances Kruse, St. Peters- 'tar. matching accessories and James R. Anderson and Mau- ,
: the two-day: fall meeting took Pictorial and page makeup burg Times; 3, Doris For- carnation corsage. rice Yeates were fourth with
place ; 1, Edec Greene, Fort Lau- tune, Fort Lauderdale News. Given in marriage by her 88%. FALL ,
The following winners were derdale News; 2, Royce Green- Headlines: 1, Betty Liddick, father, the bride chose her bridegroom's mother .
sister, Mrs. R. J.'Matson, Los wore a pink lace sheath with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Trim-
t announced last night: law St. Petersburg Tunes; 3, St. Petersburg Times; 2, Edee -
l -- Greene, Fort Laddeidale Angeles, Calif.; as matron of matching accessories and car- mer won top honors in the .
honor. Bridesmaids were, nation corsage., East West direction witha Girl's
i News; 3, Margaret Warring-
11 iP ton, Miami News: honorable Miss Amelia Windham, sisterof Reception Follows score of 101V4'match points. Fur Trimmed

ELEMENTARY mention: Ena NauL ton, Miami the bride, Mrs. Gerald reception was held in the Second went to T. Doyle and "
Herald. Mills and Miss Gain Hensley, church social hall. The bride's A. Thigpen with 97%, third to COATS
\ I sisters table and table Jerry Essick and F. Pellum
the and
bridegroom's punch' were
I Columns 1 Billie
: O'Day,
Miss Sherli Wasdin, Waldo. covered in blue cloths over with 97, and fourth to Mr. In Olive
Miami News 2 Helen Co
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: 'I laid with white lace. Silver and Mrs. D. R. Frazier with 1 3 to 6X $18''
TEACHERSFREE ble, Deland Sun News; 3, The bridegroom's brother, 'I
candelabra held lighted blue
Edee Fort Lauderdale 91.The
Greene Jimmy Hensley, served as club will meet ..
I tapers. 'k. In Olive or Navy
News; honorable mention: best man. Ushers were Ronnie _.
Wednesday at 7:30 at
ART LESSON FOR YOUR CLASS Bette Orsini. The bride's book was on a pm.
and Robert Thomas, John- Weed Hall, 107 N.W. 15th Ter $
Features: (Genera or ny Easton, O. J. Harp III, lace covered table'holding a race. All interested S 7 to 14 $22.,
by qualified art teacher with MEd in news) Donald Isaac, and Gerald large white bridal candle anda players are cordially Invitedto bridge 'r ,
1. Lorna. Carroll. St. Petersburg bowl of pink roses.
art education and TOUR OF THE University Mills, the bridegroom's broth- attend and compete.By .
a Times; 2, Juanita er-in-law. Randy Windham, H. D. Ritter of Ocala, pianist

Greene, Miami Heralds 3, the bride's brother, was ring entertained during the re JOHN E. CRAPS
f City Bank i in connection :with, I Norma Jean Hill, Tampa ception.
Tribune. The couple, who honey- Mrs. J. A. Jones Jr. and ,
advertising series.
a new
Originality: 1, Anne McDuf- The bride wore a sheath of mooned in North Carolina, Mrs. R. A. Scrafford won top
f fie, Tampa Tribune; 2, Ar- re-embroidered Alencon lace will return to make their homein honors in the North South
Contact Marcia Riley, 372-8441, lene Alligood St:-Petersburg over bridal satin. The detach- Wildwood.Mrs. field in the Wednesday eve- f {d I

Times; 3, Joan Bucks, Miami able chapel train formed a full B. E. Thrasher Sr. and ning game of the Gainesville
Gainesville Sun. News; honorable mention: overskirt with bustle back. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Thrasher Bridge Club with 77 match

Mary McMurria,, Bradenton Her veil of silk illusion was Jr. of Gainesville, were among points. There were eight tables Girl's
Herald. attached to a coronet crown of the out of town guests. in play and the average f
H score for all pairs was 63. Corduroy and u

.fr EngineeringWives KnitSLACK

r: 90th e A World Fair Club j\?

Of Values Party SetThe SETS :

Engineering Wives Club U
of the Sizes $r 4
University of Florida $6
3 to 6X D and
: e. D e eI will initiate their social program t ,

t for the coming year withan
Sizes $/ a
informal reception to be 7 to 14 0 and $8 '

f held on Friday from 8 to 10

fI. p.m. at the Faculty Club, UF EXCELLENT SELECTIONUSE

I. West Newberry Road. ,.. '
\ WILSON'S90th New faculty members of the YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
OF FAMOUS 1 College of Engineering and .
\ their, wives will be guests of .... t
,"LAMPL"SWEATERS honor at the event. \

ANNIVERSARYSALE Faculty wives of the depart- f4 u:
-# ments of electrical engineering ,.." ,
s i engineering graphicswill -
be hostesses. I

Mrs. Charles V. Shaffer and -tots 'ffJ tet\
f OF Mrs. James H. Smith :will
1 S/fl: i serve as co chairmen in 10 E. University Are. FR 2-4061
,y 4' iwYyr OR FLAT WEAVES OF :'f : SUIT LENGTH charge of arrangements.


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.- 6.99 TO 10.99ANNIVERSARY : .

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I Calendar Of Events'ODAY Church:
L Mothers League
i World's Fair Food: _

September 20 107 NW 15th Terrace.
Santa Fe Regional Libary Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., SewIng CirclesFirst
Advisory Board, 3 p.m., Lake' and Covered Dish Luncheon To Be Formed
African Coucous Hit II Butler Woman's Club. Mrs, W. M. Rogers, 828 ,
Gainesville Council on NW 21st Avenue. Lutheran Church,
II '
1 qoR'S NOTE: At the Human Relations, 3:30 p. m., Gainesville Bridge Club, "Autumn Splendor" will be hours a week to work on First Lutheran Church Lutheran
New York World's Fair one : t' : Second Floor Court Room, 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. the theme for a coffee to beheld projects both inside, and outside n's Missionary,
r '' W o m e
4 x o.wa< :wi4aAtlM.yy City Police Station, 721 NW
of African lhe biggest attractions at qy 6th Street.MONDAY I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Thursday at 8 p.m. to of the home. League, 9:30 am, Parish
Pavilion's Tree House
24 acquaint area mothers to ,a
Restaurant is the An- The new chapter will meet
formed of the
newly chapter Hall.First
othjr is Couscous Mauritania. University Women's Club' Gainesville Women's Golf Mothers League. monthly, in the homes of mem- Lutheran Church
w Young
Heie a Japanese girl journalist iiy is,irn.: v n,. sx.. 4y. Open House, 10 to 11:30 ajn.. Association, Meeting, 9 a.m., bers. Guest speakers will Ladies' Guild, Sarah Circle, 8
Jells you about both. One .< .; :; and 3 to 5 p.m., clubhouse, Bridge, 10:30 ajn., Luncheon The meeting will be held at present talks on a variety of
in a four-part series. West Newberry Road.City Gainesville Golf and the home of Mrs. Harry Ayles- subjects such as flower arranging p.m., Mrs. Eugene Yost, 4026

Panhellenic Associa- Country Club.Gainesville. worth, 703 NW 11th, Avenue. child psycholo g y, SW 21st Street.

.. I By AKA TSUNODA tion, 8 p.m., Chamber of Com Garden ,Club; Organized in St. Petersburg, buying, and preparing meat First Presbyterian ChurchWomen
AP Newsf tures :
merce Building. and Christmas baking.All .
fj It*is called Tree House Restaurant Great Books D i s cussion 9:30 a.m., General' Meet- Young Mothers League was of the First Presby-
The restaurant is not Hall of the formed to provide an outlet mothers are invited to
Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville ing, Fellowship for mothers outside terian Church Board Meet-
exactly on a tree but elevated 6 .. Public First Presbyterian Church, young a t ten d. Those interested
.,. Library. the home and still stay in the should tact Mrs. Ayles- ings, current executive board,
feet above the ground by steel Camellia can
j Gainesville Bridge Club, ; Begonia; ;
beams. t Gla- realm of family living, and to worth at 703 NW 11th Avenue. 9:30 a.m., church parlor; cof-
II 7:30 p.m., Recreation C e n- Chrysanthemum; Daisy; aid families in distress or a
Itis just the right height for diolus; Gloriosa; Hibiscus; fee in church parlor for cur
F child in need.Requirements.
Susie, the giraffe, hi the gardenin ., ,. .. ter.Gainesville
s. Junior Woman's Lotus; Palm; Dianthus, Mrs. -rent and incoming executive
hack of the restaurant to :made the African Pavilionthe'1-2-pound-Chi kencuf in quar- Club, 9:15 coffee, 9:30 Marvin Gale, 3927 NW 18th for member- The Loxahatchee Nation a 1 boards, 10:30 a.m.; incoming
stick her neck in the window :most boisterous at the Fair. ters a.m., meeting, Mrs. Mandell Place; ship include, being a mother; Wildlife Refuge is a 228square-
to share African delicacies. COUSCOUS MAURITANIA 8 cups water Glicksberg, 206 NW 32nd St. Noon, Amaryllis, Gainesville not employed; age, 18-30; witha mile watery wilderness south- board meeting, 11 a.m.,
Her big pretty eyes, graceful % pound cracked wheat (Couscous Salt Women of the Moose, 8 Golf and Country Club; minimum of 3 volunteer west of Palm Beach. church parlor.

mariner and affectionate nature ) Pepper p.m., Moose'Lodge. 12:30 p.m., Dogwood, Mrs.
didn't fail her in finding a hus- 2 ounces corn oil Coriander' Gainesville Garden Club, Ernest Burch, Keystone
band. Her fiance, Joe, is on the V pound onions finely chopped Saffron Gaines-
Board of Directors, 9:30: a.m., Heights, ,
way to the Fair' from Kenya. IVi pounds lamb shanks cut in Red ground pepper Recreation Center. ville Golf and Country Club;
Susie likes peanut bread and 4-ounce chunks Moisten couscous with Vi cup Virginia Chapman Circle of 1 p.m., Founders, Mrs. F.H WINNJAMMERSTEAK
ginger cookies and most of Af- % pound carrots scraped and water to which % teaspoon salt Wesley Community Methodist N. Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Ter-
rican dishes. There is one dish cut in 1-inch chunks has been added. Spread out in
Church, 8 p.m., Mrs. race;
Susie doesn't care for,,but many 2 cut in -inch colander (top of couscousiere) .
peppers Ward, 1103 NE 5th Avenue. 3 p.m., Mimosa, Mrs. Henry
people love it. It is Couscous strips and steam'uncovered over boiling Lunsford, 1923 NW 5th
, from North Africa. % water for 3 minutes. Mois-I TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 ROOM
pound cut in quarters Avenue;
When you eat the dish, just ten again with salted water as University of Florida 8 p.m., Carnation, Mrs. S.
imagine you are watching the & pound yellow squash cut in above and separate grains witha Health Related Services E. Ritch Jr., 2703 NE llth I
performances of African danc- 2-inch slices fork. Set aside.In Dames, 8 p.m., Mrs. DarrellJ. St.; Geranium, Mrs. C. E.
ers hip shaking Zulus, chant- a heavy kettle (or bottom Mase, 1089 SW 11th Ter-
; 3 pound regular cut frozen Melton, 716 NE Second Avenue -
ing Watusis and drum beating string beans of couscousiere) heat corn oil race. ; Hydrangea, Mrs. H. L! NOW OPEN

royal dancers of Burundi. rh pound chick peas soaked and add onions, salt, coriander -WEDNESDAY, September 23 Sneeringer, 814 NW 17th Ave
Their drums and cries have overnight and drained and pepper to taste. Saute for Medical Guild, Informal nue; Jasmine, Mrs. John A
5 minutes. Add saffron
Sandwich Luncheon, 11 a.m., Murphree Jr., Newb e r r 5 r 520 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2.6514
and red Iamb
ground pepper, _
Business Law Training BetterAccounting Mrs. Richard T. Smith, 1704 Road.
shanks cut in 4 ounce slices SW 8th Drive.University Colfax Rebekah Lodge
Secretaries bone in chick and 8 :
Speedwriting ( peas cupsof City Bridge No.2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellow,

Gregg Shorthand water. Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Hall.
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Cost Accounting
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90 wpm in speedwriting <>
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I i Sinkhole Causes School Abandonment II I

LIVE OAK (APA) huge The sinkhole developed near stood several days in the build I1J1N'M II II
sinkhole which added its damage the building and resulted in se- ing. This estimate might rise I
to that caused by hurricane vere damage to the structure.A higher as cleanup progresses,
Dora floods resulted Saturdayin sinkhole is caused by under- Folsom said.Irrigation 1
the Suwannee County Highschool ground water slowly dissolvingthe pumps were work-
It ItJl" building being abandoned. underlying limestone rock. ing 24 hours a day in an effortto 1

wII II" County school Supt. Henry Folsom said that classes clear live Oak residentialand QUM.ITY v- ..
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damage might reopen Monday
mainder of the high water which OiSC0uKT I
\\t. r.3t reach 750000. ever temporary buildings could SUNDAY : I
: week The floods
a ago. I I li
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made its education
building .i
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I Caboose Home I which built up in low areas faster I
Other damage to schools include than it could flow away or
6 COALTON, Ohio (AP) Re- some $25,000 as a direct be absorbed by the sopping
41' tired watchman Walter Dititoe result of the flood water that ground.
)\ 75, is looking forward to a new I noon tO7P.M. i
home in an old railroad caboose.He .
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Monaco said Saturday the been to see her and has given
11 former American film star was her some medicine."
feeling much better.
said that because
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Grace had suffered a miscarriage Princess Grace
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! NEW BOOKS. Y'OU'LL.FINDAT THE LLBRARY.\ t famous Parisian detective two bert ,Heinlein-the) story of a

jf them published in the United civilization evolving in a space-

States for the first time; "Fig ship lost and forgotten between

'f BY'JOHN ALGEO of coming revolution, and al- scientiousty directed upbri n g- boned;and halved, stuffed with Having been heir apparent for of one of America's,,great folk ure Away" (Phoebe Atw o o d stars; "Spectrum HI" (Amis

_, (Mr. Algeo, our guest reviewer though it comprised the first ing. With an innocent faith in foie gras, shaped into small 60 years Bertie came to the heroes. ,' raylor)-reprint of :an old favorite & Conquest, Eds.) an anthology -
"" Is";Assistant Professor of decade of the twentieth cen- the, power of education, Victoria cutlets, grilled in a pig's caul, throne in' 1901 rule 'for LITERATURE : an Asey Mayo mystery; of eight science fict Ion
'I English of tury, there was about it a fin and Albert set.about mold- and served with sliced truffles to only ""Spanish-American Poet r y: ."Orphans of the Sky" (Ro stories.
at the
J [ Florida.) University de siecle atmosphere that dissipated ing their eldest son into "the and madeira sauce. nine years. At the time of ,his a bilingual selection" .(Seymour [
in the fires of the accession the Times reviewed l'
only most perfect production of na- Resnickforty selections from,
His fondness for
I "KIfig-Edward- the Seventh, world war. King Edward ,himself ture." To this end, they de- Victoria and gaming involved exasperated -his career and ungraciously various'periods, with For SALE or RENT
by Dutton, 1964.
Phflip Magnus, biOgraphi-l.
embodied the virtues and nied him the
companionship him in public'' scandaL On one suggested that he must often cal notes; "The
r the foibles, the promises and of other children and prescribed line and Other Plays" (Jean Chain Saws .
t'I Philip Magnus' biography of occasion a companion of t h'e have prayed "lead us not intotemptation" .
the of his of
disappointments a regimen studies and military
Cocteau-six works the
Edward Vn is more than the Prince, Lt. Col, Sir W i liam with a feeling akinto by I Water
time. He, was the bear drill which PumpsLight
age could only Nevertheless famous: French poet, novelist,j I
Gordon-Cumming hopelessness.
was caught
''t I life of a man. It is the life of '
nate. crush delicate
a child or drive critic, artist, actorand
"I 'an For all its elegance and cheating at baccarat and o n his weaknesses endeared him Plants
age. robust into rebellion. fihn-ma-I
self satisfaction, the Edwardian Bertie, as his parents called. a one Ber- the evidence of five witnesseswas to his subjects, and he was a ker; "A History of
tie was the robust sort. He ma- Literature" (Lai Ming) Cement
clouded the threat the' had forced to sign a confessionin conscientious sovereign who I Trawlers c.
, era was by future king, a con- tured from
: temper in cellent and successful volume
'I I --- which he promised never carried out his duties with dignity
which he broke windows to self- combining literary exerpts, biographical Lawn Mowers
again to play cards. Bertie wasa and with zest. He left the
1 WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! indulgence on a princely scale, sixth ,witness. The incidentwas British monarchy more illus- sketches, and socio- Earth
whether in gambling, food, or supposed to be kept secret, trious than he found it No tiaLion economic-political background; 'Tampers
.tl Don't chance a heater that won't work' I women. but inevitably the news spread, could ask for more. The New Writing in Russia",
Call today for our pre-season special! r At the age of 16 while traveling and Sir William made the mis ([Thomas Whitney-a) collection! SALES and SERVICE *

: "L through Germany the take of bringing a civil action of storiesby modem non-poli-j!
Prince bussed a plump little for slander against his five The books trial authors, translated and
ac following were recently I
1 HEATERSCLEANED fraulein, thus creating a scandal cusers. As the most prominent received by the Library: introduced by the editor. II MYERS POWER TOOLS

I I which was bruited about the I witness, Bertie was almost as TRAVEL AND HISTORY I ; ,

court as" "this ,squalid little del I much on' .trial as Gordon-Cum- BIOGRAPHY"A "Wild ''Lives of Africa" (Ju-' ,;:; 230 N.E.16th. Avenue
!bauch. Bertie was later to ming, but it took a jury only Dawn in the Trees." (Leonard -liette Huxley-an account of/
? I progress to greater and more fifteen minutes to decide Wibberley-t h e seco nd wildlife conservation v e y I Phone FR 63411MYERS
'elegant debaucheries. The renowned against Sir William. He was dis- volume of Mr. Wibberley's bio trip through South, East and I .

'I Lillie Langtry is the missed from the army, expelled graphy of Thomas Jefferson, Central Africa, which the author -{ to BETTER TOOLS
t II best known of his mistresses. from all his clubs, annihilated undertook with her famous
\ Call now before the first ONLY covering,the years 1776 to 1789; \
cold snap to avoid fighting Between assignations, Bertie socially, and finally came to a "John M. Browning: American husband, Sir Julian Huxley; '
a balky heater when the I ate his way through five full bad end. The Prince wrote, Gunmaker" (Browning & Gen- ,"Time ,and a Ticket" (Peter
[i t temperature tumbles and $ 25 j meals a day. His voracious appetite -"The crowning point in his in- try-an) illustrated biography of Benchley)-a fresh and engaging -II
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with emergency calls. I roast beef and Yorkshire pudding married an American young inventor of the automatic ri taken as _a graduation gift bya I
I to a dainty dish of snipe,I lady.with money!t" fie, pistol and shotgun and the ,member of the Newsweek'\ Si
I machine gun, co-authored by staff; "Russia's Eastward Ex-

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Up II I under an assumed identity, (John K. Galbraith)-the' story,
perpetrated an unbe lie vabl Of a Scotch colony founded in
1 j swindle and. precipitated t he Canada in 1803.WESTERNS. .
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.11! Gainesville' Sun Sunday. September 20. 1954 l

VF Convocation I" Controversial PlaywrightSean
Monday THIS IS x 3ti
I II O'Casey Dies at 84

To Focus fw Scholar. J.jn I TORQUAY, England (AP) -- next play, "The Plough and The I

Our Town m Sean O'Casey, the stormy Irish Stars" which told of Ireland's .
playwright who died Friday
Easter 1916, rebellion
I The spotlight focuses on scholarship August Heckscher. director of cine. They will learn 0 f new night of a heart attack at the against
at the University of Florida the Twentieth Century ,Fund' medical and surgical treat- age of 84, distilled some of Ire- British rule. When the play .
this week as the 11th An-'and former consultant cn the'ments for corneal disease from II II land's loftiest drama from the opened in 1926 a crowd rushedthe
t nual Scholarship Convocation i arts to the late John F. Kennedy -four of the nation's leading oph- By depths of suffering and squalor.One stage and police had to stop
opens at 10 a.m. Monday. I speaks on "The Qualityof thalmologists: Dr. Herbert E.I By JEAN CARVER used his oiliest tone to invite of the great rebels of his the show.

The ceremony, wnich honors i American Life" at the con:Kaufman and Dr. Ronald Woodof Sun Staff Writer Nell, clad in ruffled white, to age, O'Casey was embroiled in Incisive dialogue and biting
I through presentation of academic vocation. the University of Florida College Simplicity can be unnerving. accompany him to the City. controversy most of his life. The humor was O'Casey's style. He
awards and J.Hillis Miller In other: university Activitythis of Medicine, Dr. Claes turbulent writer had remainedin disliked drawing room-type ;x
Scholarships, bkes place week: Dohlman of Boston, and Dr. R. The Gainesville Little Theater Ida Rhinegold, dreessed inflaming self-imposed exile from his drama. When success came he
Paton of New York J just provided a graphic exam- native sod for nearly 40 years
in the Townley declined to discard
Florida Gymnasium Eye specialists from ail over 1 satin as only the vamp- the rough
1 ple of how pleasant simple after the furor roused by such
from 10 a. m. until the state will attend three City. accents of his laboring youth t
noon. a iest from Tallahassee
Dr. T. G. Blocker, Jr., I things can be in their rinky- vamp plays as "Juno .and The Pay- and refused
Classes will be dismised wear evening "
I that period in order for during: stu- day doctors postgraduate Monday through seminar Wed for'M. D., a leading authority in I tink version of an 1890 "LittleN'ell" could dress in 1890, was appropriately cock." 'dress for his first night appear-. (AP Wire" is t. tfc. SIM J'

dents to attend. nesday, at the College of Medi- disaster medicine, will arrivein J adaptation, "Dirty denounced-"Boo. His- O'Casey was born in a Dublin ances. SEAN O'CASEYThey
Gainesville Sunday for two Work at the Crossroads." slum. The reference books said I
days of lectures and confer- sss. he acquired his education "on In 1927, O'Casey married Irish had two sons and a daughter. -
All the
elements of melodrama -! There weren't enough actress Eileen Katherine .
ences. lusty the streets of Dublin. Carey.
ONLY 10 MORE DAYSTO He will present the first Med- were there-enough to satisfy cheers for Adam 0 a k h art, He learned to read.at the age -
ical Educcation for National De- ] the most avid Goldwaterfan Nell's hero. of 14. For 30 years after that he ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING INA
TAKE fense lecture on the management j seeking lots and lots of drifted from job to job as a
ADVANTAGE OF OUR I of mass casualties Tuesday 4(clear cut. black or white generalities And claps just weren't adequate -laborer, soaking up the classics
at 7:30 a.m.in Room H611in I : enough for Mookie Ma- and eventually writing plays for FLORIDA Swimming Pool
STOCK REMOVALSALE the University Hospital. guggins, the loyal hired hand himself
Bringing a fine arts note Good, evil; loyalty, treach-.who boosted morale and helpedsave His first success came in 1925
to the campus will be Karen I ery; happiness, grief. the day. with "The Shadow of a Guman"at by Rivers Construction Co.A .

Duke, actress and ballad singer And after the initial discom-I After it was all over you felt Dublin's famed Abbey Theater -
who will star in a concert I fort of the sheer either, or of,like Dr. Kildare and the Eleventh Quickly he followed this QUALITY POOL Backed by a
A FINE SELECTION OF OPERAS to be given Thursday, at 8:15 I the situation, the audience be-.I Hour staff would be more with what became his most FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
p.m. in University Auditorium. ,gan to warm up to the task of than critical about your response -famous play, "Juno and The
STILL AVAILABLE AT 35% OFF. It is part of the Young Artists i Paycock."
booing the villain and cheeringNell I to such obvious things. I 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
Series of the Florida Union. : on to overcome the tribu-I In "Juno," the ragged den-I Priced at$3,000 to$3,500
All Classical and PopularLP's ]lations that only Little Nell I There must have been all izens of Dublin tenements as- NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
Dog Show could undergo. sorts of submerged motivations sumed the proportions of figuresin L
REDUCED TO- 'for the characters' actions. a classical Greek tragedy. It
I When it became apparentthat scored a big hit in Dublin, Lon- EACH POOL YOU GET
At Boys'Rescheduled Club the cast was having sucha There were probably scads of don and in the United States and Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
REG. 3.98 REG. 4.98 REG. 5.98 delightful time presenting the frustrations, mother complexesand .earned O'Casey the Hawthornden Pool Light. Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
melodrama, the audience, seat- hostilities abounding allover prize. Leaf Net
NOW NOWZ66 ed in intimate the .
groups at small stage.Tennessee But many of O'Casey's countrymen -
The Boys' Club dog show has :tables around the stage, soon Williams would failed to appreciate the -
$ $363 $456MONO been rescheduled for Sept. 26 I found .it hard not to get involved have a field day, no doubt. characters in "Juno." Some fell t RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO. t
at 1:30 p.m. Hurricane Dora they were being ridiculed. When
cancelled the Sept. 12 pro- "Say no, say no," urged one But I'' wonder if the audience the play was made into a film, 1909 EAST 5th STREET
AND STEREO I gram. J middle-aged man from the au- would respond like they did to demonstrators publicly burned DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
i I dience as the evil villain from "Dirty Work at the C r o s s- two reels of it in Limerick. 622-7048 FLA.
and Girls in the Gainesville -
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WE'RE MOVING TO A NEW I area can enter their dogs '
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1 i : The second set of completed plans for "Operation Facelift" was turned over With ,Our Boys in Service Ebbgg
2 to city officials this week. Architect Dan Branch said the buildings in the JACKSONVILLE (AP) The
I : West, University: Avenue block between Main and S.W. 1st Ave. would be Northeast Florida Egg MarkeJ
f : painted white. Instead of planting* trees in brick planters boxes, as architect Airman Russel E. Pierce son Marine Sergeant Francis P. rington entered the service in i in the Far East, received his prices to retailers:
:. David Reaves proposed for the north side of Courthouse Square, Branch uses of Mrs Mary ,R. Sconyers o f 1956.
t .. Warrington, son of Mr. and January I bachelor of science degree Extra large 47-51, mostly 49;
sidewalk cutouts. Stores in the block include Butler's Shoes, Lanier's DressShop
505 SE Second St. has
completed Mrs. W. H. Warrington, Sr., j From the U. S. Military Academy large 44'-47, mostly 45-47; me-
5 D discount L and L Men's Jew-
Super shop, Shop, Stag'n DragGurtner's the first phase of his Air
Archer Road, Griffith Jr. who recently West Point in 194S and dium 3S&42, mostly 41; small
I 'elrv and Bob's Shoe Shop Force basic military training at was recently pro- Roy 4 ,
F Lackland AFB, Tex moted to his present rank while completed basic training in his J master's degree from the 26tt-28tt, mostly 28.
t:,,,1' i S per..T ct XB70'Slated For Maiden Flight: j Airman Pierce has been serving at Camp H. M. Smith, the U. S. Army at Fort Gordon 1 University of Michigan, Ann Poultry at farms: fryers 14j;.
selected -
Ga., is attend leader- .
now .Arbor, in 1959. hens 4'-
Oahu Hawaii command
( PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) cost more than $1 billion. Mon- and Air Force Lt. Col. Joe Cotton 1 for technical training as cen- ship training school there. Ifj
ter of 'Fleet Marine Force ,
The XB70 is scheduled to make day's flight is 20 months behind 42.Although. an aircraft weapons systems He spent two week's leave
I\ Is its first flight Monday morning, and fund cutbacks caused the the six-jet plane is mechanic at the Air Training with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Roy QUESTIONNAIR
Z according to the Air Force and delays. designed to fly at 2,000 miles an Command (ATC) school at He is serving with the Divi- Griffith Sr., Hawthorne ( ( Lt
4 3 the plane's builder, North In the snake-like nose at the hour at 80,000 feet, it will be sion Platoon of the First Air Road, before returning to Fort IRGi
3 American Aviation. front of the 185-foot-long ship held down to about 800 m.p.h. Lowry AFB, Colo. 'and Naval Gunfire Liason Com- Gordon for advance training. .
; f. The plane and a sister ship as will be Al White, 45, North and 35,000 feet on the intial The airman is a 1964 graduate pany. Griffith is a 1962 graduate of
I'' :*yet uncompleted, have already American's chief test pilot here, flight, officials said. of GHS. I A graduate of GHS, Sgt. War- Gainesville High, and was em-1

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7 Why give your favorite student a
1 A World's' Fair I
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90th 139, son of Mrs. Jesse W. Young !

Of Values I of Chiefland, is attending a ten j I A.
month graduate study course at
I I the U. S. Army War College,! Parker won't let him lose it.
Carlisle Barracks, Pa.

0 D D D Ai During the ten month academic -i If he does, it will be replaced*

year Colonel Young will i
i, receive instruction in national .....L'-------- --: j= h- -c "
and international affairs and ==--==-
I in the formulation of national i ii
t ,security policies.The i SPECIAL REPLACEMENT OFFER: If you buy your
favorite student a Parker 45 (the $5 model) betweennow
I colonel, who has served and October 17, 1964, he can protect it against
GIRLS' 3 TO 6X & 7 TO 14 loss for one full year at no extra cost. He registersits
( ) : purchase by mailing one-half of the Parker 45
Mao Checkup Registration Certificate to the insurance company
listed on the certificate. Then if the pen is lost, the
DRESSES ANDJUMPERS HONG KONG (AP) -. Mao insurance company will I replace it at no charge. All
.5\ Tse-tung will enter the hospital he has to do is mail the other half of the certificate,
... after Oct. 1 for a medical checkup properly notarized before December 31, 1965 and
sources close to the Chinese describe how the pen was lost:

Communists reportedloday.- Here's why this is such a good pen for a student:

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14B Gainesville Sun Sunday September 20 1964

t Musical Memorial I' :s? 1"' I I L Activities at UF I Eye on Sky
; ,{$' ';:1 UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio
>t ;t.: ,1 CHORDS : .,
: .:
.'f"i !t.: I CONFERENCES AND (AP) Philip Compton, who
.! (Week of Sept 21-28)
had his
he's "eye on flying
says -
i Fund Due UF .EVENTS SHORT COURSES since I was 5," soloed for
And DiscordsBY Monday Eleventh Annual Sept. 21 24 Post graduate -the first time recently on. his
S 10 a.m., Florida Gymnasium Corneal Disease and Surg- 16th birthday.But .
p By REID POOLE Chairman Speaker: Dr. August Hecksher, ery Course Medical Sciences Philip, a high school junior
't o 1 e NJ GVSVOST I VERE RICHARDSWednesday I Director of Twentieth Century Building M-112. hasn't yet learned to drive,
, Department of Music : i Fund. explaining: "I haven't: thought
Sept. 28-3) Short Coursefor about il"Welding
I University of Florida /\ rr noon I heard the gracefully bounding here and I natural working out of the mus- Thursday Young Artist Food Technologists, McCarty .
,I When the P. K. Yonge Labor- Gainesville High School March- there to reach their own stations -! ic. The band itself deserves Series, "Songs With Guitar" Auditorium.It 'First'COLUMBUS

atory School was first organized ing Band rehearse the performance for the letters the band great credit too, for patiently Karen Duke, 8:15 p.m., Univer- Ohio (AP) -
in 1934 Cleva J. Carson in- to be given at the football formed. All their twirling was repeating their numbers again sity Auditorium. has been estimated that Ohio State University has the
itiated the music program for game with the Washington and exceptionally good and the girls and again until the directorwas more than a billionandahalfpeople only accredited department of
the new school. For the next 13 Lee High School in Jackson- were obviously picked for their satisfied. Saturday Football: flori- go to bed hungry most:welding engineering in the
ville. The music program had good looks and natural grace. da vs. Mississippi State in Jackson nights.
years until her retirement, she x s The band numbers 88, with United States.
provided musical guidance and been very well worked out, and After the Alma Mater the Mike Walker the baton carrier Miss. .

inspiration for the students of the practice was intended to coordinate band marched off to "When The who is still called the drum Sunday Concert: Edward'! "; _
t. School and for the playing with the Saints Go Marching In", and major.
P. K. Yonge J
Troupin violin: Willard Brask, _
marching. It looks so when this like the .. 41 I nf"a
.t many teachers now teaching easy two other set The majorettes are fifteen in piano, in the Medical Sciences -," _..._ : '
over Florida who were t h en you see it done but audiencesdo numbers, was done with excel- number with Pam Douglas and Building Auditorium, 4 p.m. s ... 1-
in the f not realize the hours of lent musicianship. Bardw e 11
\ studying University o Gayle Reeves the two leaders
practice required to get a large Donaldson has established him- EXHIBITS I
Florida College of Education. who have the star positions. :,. EiTA'1ok
band at a certain spot at a given self here with his ability in :
under the direction
When Miss Carson died in December i 4 point in the music. bringing out the finer beautiesof They are Sept. 1-22 Henri Cartier .

of 1963 she left a $500 I The first number is a fanfare both melodies and rhythms, Mrs. Margaret Hammond. Bresson photography Flori- EPllLttkLOPATk&oom
Next week the band will .
t bequest which will be used for J followed by the band but people certainly do not realize -play here and form the letter da Union North Wing Gallery

music scholarships at the University 1 marching into position spelling what a top brand of skillis "P" for Palatka High, with Sept.9 Fifteenth Annual <
of Florida. Through the quality of our musical culturein I capital"L" for the school name required to build a march- whom they play. It's a great Traveling Exhibit. Flori-

coordinated efforts of a special Gainesville and at the Uni- :Lee. They will then play the ing band to.a point where all life,. with every week a new da Artist Group, Florida Union -
committee and the UF Foundation -versity of Florida. school song "The Washingtonand the moves seem the perfectly letter! Bryan Lounge. { BURTONHARRi
<11AkE:' >ON
the Cleva J. Carson Me- Beethoven Lee Swing;" then some
morial Music Scholarship Fundis ,more marching will end with MAIM tiwrorn rtuw, euw
The "
being established. 1953-64 concert season :the letter "G" and playingthe Airlift I HAVE YOU SEEN 'PLAYBOY'S' PLAYMATE : n.avx
gets underway on September Troop

j The fund will provide an opportunity -.27 when Edward Troupin violinist All GHS this"Alma time while Mater.the band I FOR SEPT? SHE'S ONE OF POLLY'S GIRLS IN !
for the many former and Willard Brask pian- LABIS Malaysia (AP) -
students of Miss Carson to honor -ist begin the first of three Sun- was practicing marching to Three helicopters airlifted a I POLLY ADLER'S BLUSHING BEST SELLER
her with contributions to the I day afternoon programs devot- .their positions which took company of New Zealand troops
fund. Also many patrons of ed to the performance of the''some doing because certain into Malaysia's jungles today to
music in Gainesville and at the ten: sonatas for piano and violin numbers of players had to be join British Gurkha patrols
\ University of Florida will be by Ludwig Van Beethoven.The split off to help form part of a searching for Indonesian guer- FEATURES
able to contribute materially I first concert is Sunday aft- letter playing all the time with rillas. 1-3

to the development of the mu- ernoon September 27 at 4:00p.m. perfect rhythm and fine fat 5-7 r j

sic program at the Universityof in the Medical Center tone -the majorettes were .......... -
Florida contributions .
by to Auditorium. t.. a1.........srr ADMISSION 1.00 NO PASSES
the scholarship fund. NEW

! Scholarship Fund CommitteeThe jjae. ._,. NOW FEATURE STARTS 8:00SUBURBIA

DRIVE-IN THEATRE '.. ..."..., ,.,. DRIVE-IN
special committee work- .'
/ MOO Movrtenw Jtoorf Rt.20 FR ........,
ing on the fund is headed by THEATREA
NOW! 3 SMASH HITS 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
co-chairmen Mrs. W. D. Stev-
and SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 1:59 ----- ---
ens Mrs. G. H. Boutelle, ---
both of whom were former IT'S FIRST AREA RUN
colleagues of Miss Carson. Oth- ..
er members of the committee GOT 0,.. : :
ij ; :
World's/ Fair
include Mrs. S. Bryan Jennings fJi' :: ti: I.: ;
the executrix of the will { : : R:; 90th

Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz Mrs. YUM""YUM : .< Of Values
George 0. Hack Mr. George
Corrick, Director'of the Officeof

Development Services of the" FUN .;.. .
University of Florida and Reid :

Poole representing the Department >>'$ s I 0 D A D G
of Music. .. E I
/ 000St .. 0.... \:... \5
ContributionsContributions cots PICTURES newest yrY?
to the fund ALLIED ARTISTS
*" T 1"
should be mailed to the ClevaJ.
312 Tigert Hall University of V t THE NAKED KISS 2500 YARDS
Florida Gainesville, Flori d a.1 M1I1i1lTM lr ,
Checks should be made 2 2SAM" 3RD HIT AT 10:30F. '
pay- Sinatra L. Harvey COTTONS & BLENDS
able to Carson Fund University MANCHU RAIN / ,
of Florida Foundation Incor- i g CANDIDATE ,


Special ConcertA DAN RIVER DRIP-DRYS!) ':
special concert honoring WHERE YOU "" NEW FALL COLORS IN PRINTS & I

Miss Carson and recognizing 84% COTTON, 16% RAYON, COLOR FAST: I J
establishment of the scholarshipfund PLAIDS, EXCELLENT FOR SCHOOL ((9 COLORS & WHITE) LINT-FREE J (
C; .
will be presented by the .

Orchestra with Maurice Hinsonas NO IRONING NECESSARY .i !

piano soloist on Tuesday Does Make A Difference j THRU COLLEGE. IDEAL FOR S TWIN OR FULL SIZES I
October 20 in the University
Auditorium. i REG. 9.99,
High ReturnsAt S S
Hinson, who grew up in REG. 79c-1.39
Gainesville is a graduate of the you :

University of Florida and holds LIBERAL! DIVIDENDS 6& yard KING SIZEREG.

the Master of Music and the Accounts Per Annum in
Doctor of Musical Arts degrees ed by open41 OJ. Cash or Com- 19.99
from the University of Michigan.He I earn 1st. from 4 0. I pounded SemiAnnually f SALE 17.99 .
is at present Professor of
Church Music at the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary in
Louisville, Kentucky and Pres- SafetyAt SHOWER.CURTAINS
ident of the Kentucky Music j CORDUROY .
Teachers Association. Hinson's GUARANTY FEDERAL your savings are insured -
success as a pianist, composer up fo $10.000.00 the "Insured Safety"any
and teacher is a tribute to the Financial Institution can offer.Availability. COMPLETE COLOR RANGE OF & SETS

early guidance and tutelage 20 FALL & WINTER TONES. r i
which he received under Miss

Carson at the P.K. Yonge I REG. 99* CURTAINSSPECIAL -
School. Hinson has stated that
much of his personal musical At GUARANTY FEDERAL your funds are avail- 1.59
I able for at all times.
you SALE
\ outlook and philosophy were 79 yard
formed and influenced by Miss SETS*
I .
Carson during the years that ConvenienceGUARANTY
he worked with her.
We extend a special invitationto FEDERAL is conveniently locatedin
all the former students col- uptown Gainesville.
leagues, and friends of Miss 220 N. MAIN ST. i
Carson to attend this concertWe FREE PARKING 2nd FLOORs
also invite the general pub- DRIVE-IN WINDOWor Home Furnishings Shop
lic and especially those con-
cert goers who expressed to us .5 q
from time to time their keen in- You con save with us by mail I I I ; ...' PLASTIC HANGERS
terest in the growth in the We solicit and:J appreciate out of town accounts i ..
II I : (SETS OF 8)) .

Picasso Art Courteous and Friendly I ,.i REG. 79e SetSALE

ServiceAt 1000 YARDS 59* set
GUARANTY FEDERAL we make every effortto I
SwedenAP serve you well in a Courteous and Friendly KAPLAN WOOLS SHOE FILE

( ) This little west Swedish Manner. (SHOWN HERE. HOLDS

town has been offered a monu- I SOLID COLORS, PLAIDS, TWEEDS AND p $ 18 PAIRS OF SHOES)

mental sculpture by Pablo Pi Remember I v NOVELTY WEAVES. 54" TO 60" WIDE REG. 1.99
casso. And there will be no
All it will cost the town to SERVICE ITSGuaranly REG. 2.994.99ANNIVERSARY
erect the monument looking' -- Handbag File

like a 45 foot high concrete totem 4))
pole is for material and: FederalSavings SALE 1992.99 REG.L1D.94
labor estimated at 100,000 to 125,I i
000 crowns (around $20,000)). I SALE 1.69

The 83-year-old Spanish master -: : 54" COTTON SKIRT LENGTHS S Jumbo
i &
has donated the work, happy: & ii i Reg..
to see it put up "officially, in! COMPLETE WITH 9" TALON ZIPPER, DRESS or .SUIT
fine surroundings according to i l Loan Assn.of FITS SIZES 10 TO 18. COMPLETE SEWING" .



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' .:. New Shows: Good, Poor ly year work's purged,ago production opening has, the of been distasteful schedule sequence almost values of total-of have premieres violence a- 1 $ ss $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i$

( Sfrin \ ark aimrfi Sunday night offering (10 p. to evening video with its offer,acterizations tiresomely 0 ne- been enhanced and there is

By JACK GOULD m.) on the network of the National ing of "Peyton Place" on dimensional. But the most manifestly a genuine effort to .

NEW YORK The first Broadcasting Company. Tuesday and Thursday eve- durable theme in the world, try different things.
What more could. one ask? nings at 9:30, a step that could portrayed through intense and Prizeword Corner
week of network television pre- The of Thomas W. Puzzle
more extensive cliff regime .
Happily there is a storyline augur lingering close up on TV? It
y _miers, saw the introduction of to match their talents. hanging TV next year. would not be wise to bet: Moore, A.B.C. television pres-

J "The Rogues" and all but one The Rogues" is the accountof The televised rearrangmentof against "Peyton Place." ident, this season could be a Last Week's

of the American Broadcasting drivers sorties in many countries the Grace Metalious novel formidable competitor in the
With the 12 other A.B.C. inter network
race, a storyto PrizewordExplanations
shows by one or more of three opened as a dud. During the
Company's list of new shows making their bow one be explored more fully 1_ The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is S400L
controversial charming and ingratiating process of exposition, it took a it no correct solution is reached In this Sundays puzzle the weekly prize will __
including the serialization f act was immediately a p. when all network returns are remain constant at $400. until solved.
swindlers whose targets a re scorecard to keep track of the 2. If the winning attrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
Place. In contrast to the net- in.
of "Peyton stuffy dullards deserving to be multitudinous liaisons, active ;parent. CLUES ACROSS: tor the preceding 30 days. an extra bonus of 1100 will be added. H more than
r"The one correct puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus wW
RogueS: is an answer taken. Discriminating larceny or imminent, and each fitful . . . 3. DREGS not drugs. It cano eJ.divided among them.
. . .
.I harm ; The Sun will pay at least S35 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
to a viewer's prayer, a sophisticated done with a sense of manneris pairing had to be covered so no "to be careful"with WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received .
Y series as different from the sport of the Roguesand hastily that just as a viewer's DISCOVER REAL TRAVEL ADVENTURE! DREGS, of course; but, inthe solution, the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct

r the video situation theirs is the welcome attention began to be engagedhe case of dangerous drugs, ..
average Solve the clue as you would any crossword Determine from eacfl
Yorker standard that winning or los was whisked off to the next AIRSTREAM "it's just as well, is an un- clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzleor .
the New is
) Comedy as ing is quite incidental to how frustration. Once Paul Mo- PREVUE 1965 derstatement. use a good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale
reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based on skilL The
from TV Guide David Niven, the game is played. nash, the executive producer, SEPTEMBER 21-27 1954 6. CARING not daring. Where decision of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
risks" agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
Charles Boyer Gig Young, slows down "Pey- "big are concerned, everybody -property of the Gainesville
Ivan Goff and Ben Robertsare I everything DAILY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Publishing Company and none can be returned.
'Robert Coote and Gladys the' felicitous collaborators. ton Place" could be a differ- CARES. Gamblers, for S. Anyone except employes of the Gainesville: Publishing Company and their
12 6 P.M.
) SUNDAY, SEPT. 27 to example, often "take big riskswithout" families may en'er this coolest.C. .
:Cooper are appearing in the in charge of the scripts and I ent show.
their dialogue and scenemaking Considerable skill has been PREMIERE SHOWING IN THIS AREA it being considered as After you have filled In the puzzle, paste It on the back of i tour-cent
a feat of daring. postcard. Mail it f'Of'I Florida postetfic *. Prizeword Pete Gainesville Sun,
stylishand displayed in sustaining the P. O. Box 3). Gainesville,
has thoroughly Florida
\ a or bring it to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
Little Theater They' suggestion of passions ever T:: : 9. CRANK not crack. To "try" Department Office 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for the
professional stamp. prize must be
rr one's received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday -
are handsomely abetted by Hy ready to come to a boil with- "patience" requires sustained Entries at t a.m. We are not respnns/ble/ for entries lost or delayed In the malls.
.Plans Try-Onts Averbeck's delightfully subtle out quite doing so, but the provocation, as by a enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted.
little tone of "Peyton Place" basi- F CRANK. A crack (joke) is onlya Each.There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
direction that elicits nu-. reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest.
For Next characterization and cally remains unpleasant. The momentary thing.
Play of I. A
ances 10. RESIGN not design. "Allowed copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
persistent preoccupation with Circulation. Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place Gainesville
by-play. to RESIGN," but it is Fla during regular office hours '
Tryouts 'for the next Gaines- sex to the exclusion of all oth- yes;
Niven on the premiere set er interests makes the char- more a question of employing"a t. Winners. If any and correct solutions to this Sundays PRIZEWORD
ville Little Theater production, PUZZLE: will be
the tone for the performances man to design" for announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next
you, Sundays Gainesville Sun.
"The American Mill be
Ugly ,
to come exhibiting a charming -
than of
held at the theater on NW 16th of assuranceto l In air conditioning os "simply "allowing him to 10. The Gainesville Sun reserves the rtt&t to correct any typographical
self -
inspection...the all new Airstream fleet for design. rrors or any e'her errwi which may appear la any published material
Blvd. this afternoon at two and and 3 in fine it's Ready for your personal &It ejection with thia contest.
which female con man cars.
travel trailer built with features won'tfind 12. VEAL not veil.
65. The most superb ever you "Usually aveil
at 8.'p.m., Monday, accordingto
copper dutifully succumb. And CHRYSLER Engineering on other trailers for years to come! See completely new floor goes with" something and
AI Moffett. director cf the Coote is a show in himself, for the very best! plans and layouts...new ideas...new innovations.Try an Airstreamon VEAL has something to "go' Puzzle
play.. the cousin of all trades whose the road yourself during this big event! If you've ever dreamed of with" it. : No. 36
i adventure and faraway places.. now is the time to make all
ions high
the of
best-selling not multiplicity 20. LIP not lie. The clue applies
vel, Jhe) .play' deals with the is a primer in the art of char H S" ER those travel dreams come true! to LIP (defined as: "im Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

United States consulate in the acter acting. Miss Cooper is Refreshments! Valuable Door Prize! All Your Travel pudent talk"), but only to a detected -
t fictional Southeast Asian nation quite the most gracious male- I
Ytamund Home Comfort Trailer Questions Answered! DON'T MISS ITT! lie, which the clue does I RELEASE UtEKENP SEPT. 19/20, 1961a !
of Sarkhan. Seven nlen'and since the
wo- factor to come along not "A
homes say. boy" may possibly
i for existing ; s
new or
) men are called foj in the cast. late Hull first hid a I
Josephine -------------- Wyatt Trailer SalesOCALA avoid punishment by lying. B1 T DS

f Moffett said the i public is invited -, few bodies in "Arsenic and RAY FRENCH 24. WAITER not writer. A I,
to participate in the try- Old Lace." Heating & Air Conditioning clumsy man, for instance, is A 1 A ''FCO E

outs. Production crews for the The balance of the week belonged .I Co. 1923' SILVER SPRINGS BLVD. PHONE 629-1358 "not cut out for the work of a CE S S L

I show will also be picked at to the A.B.C. network k 714 N.W. 23rd BLVD. I e e . . . A WAITER." It is a question of '
PHONE 372-3705 .. ,
J .these times. which introduced soap oper -- -- having talent as a writer, rather K P Tl
-- --- than being "cut out for the l o n.
work." II II P T t \ L

25. CALLED not cabled. CALLED I I'3 A KE A .

A World's Fair is stronger since a conven
I/ tional congratulatory cab 1 e CK 1 T\

90th might be the least that the ma E
Of Values expected.
I ,._ l0 n 9 \ to l
26. PASTY not nasty. "T hat p .
look" suggests a particular as I t
pect, favoring PASTY. There b \ P o E .,

d no one nasty "look" that "un: I A WA G i iP .
D D D wholesome types may have."

1. CASE not cafe. CASE make:5; O 1U4 BELt-1dcCLIME SYNDICATE

; a comprehensive answer. W h
Y If you are not now,. a home-delivered subscriber
regard "diners" 'as people wh I I and would like to have The Sun
I eat in cafes, specifically? I started, please check box. Extra Bonus for ,
2. FIRING not hiring. "Strain r I home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
points to FIRING as "the loca]! I HOMo

CANNON PERCALE TABLE CLOTHS ,' 1 I government employment office" :

would, undoubtedly, be delugedI I Street Number .

S SPECIALLY LOW 1 with requests for openings to I Mail t,: Prizeword Contest ..,.
L SHEETS I absorb the "many" former "em The Gainesville Sun ,
FOR OUR 90th f I ployees." This would require active Box 57, Gainesville Fla. ..

files on those out of work.
CANNON "200" WHITE SALE72"x108" As regards hiring, the main I City State Phon.

:%//F'81"x1081' task of the "employment office

AND FITTED, REG. 3.79 ._. . ", 1.99 ;..} t would be that of referring prospects Prizeword' Pete '\ ...
to the
"huge plant,
AND FITTED, REG. 4.59 . . 70", 2.99 ><.)\. which can hardly be considereda .

\ 90"x108" FLAT ONLY' REG. 5.59, :: 80":, 3.99108"x122" ", 17. >A I 4."strain.ROCK"not rack. The cl u e CLUES ACROSS: .

: : : : : : :::: : : 90", 4.99: !implies that such is not a principle 2. Being-, one may be deeply hurt. "

FLAT KING ONLY, REG. 9.99, I of this. A rack, commonly 7. Too much touring may tend to upset an actor'i _. "'

104" 5.99 is designed "for resting 8. Popular down well with '
ones go the
\ PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.191. . . . .. SALE things on." A ROCK public. ;
,. I may 9. A sandy-could possibly be covered by water.

SCALLOPED CASES, REG. 1.69 . . SALE 4.99 i"come in handy for" that purpose 10. When dead, can do a man no harm.
I e.g., on a picnic.
39c ea. 3 I 5. GRACEFUL not grate- 13. Motive or purpose.

\ SCALLOPED WHITE PERCALES ful. GRACEFUL is more broadly 14. An-student may well be envied by his friends.

'xl08" FITTED & FLAT REG. 3.69 . . SALE 7 applicable for "a goo dspeech" 16. When mending one, you may only need to put your :
7 : S
) of unspecified nature. hand in it. .,

\ 81"xl08", FITTED & FLAT, REG. 4.09 . . SALE Only "a speech" where thanksare 18. The longest remembered are presumably those that gave '
in order "would" consist of the greatest pleasure.
PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.19 . . . . SALE BY 'CANNON "a few grateful words." 21. Free from moisture.
7. GIN not gun. Where it's pos-
sible to do so, "to send a youngster 24. The fact that horses are fa\orites has a direct effecton
to GIN would be the odds.
: OWN BRAND (SOLID COLORS) buy" con- 26. Noah's vessel.
OUR yard"A sidered, by people, generally,

.t TOWELS, REG. 1.99, as "unwise." "To send" him 27. Naturally, men won't accept just any they are offered.

"NOBLECRAFT"FOAM SALE 1.69 "to buy a gun" for someone 28. Certain boys may need to be discouraged from doing to.
would, surely "be considered"

I { { REG. 99c !14. IVAN not Iran. The clue

.. SALE 89< 'says, "has always been. IVAN 1. Is concerned with the avoidance of harsh reality.

is a very common Russian 2. Sides of a river, perhaps.
1 OR CLOTHS, REG. 4.5c !"name" and "has always been" 3. They're worn around the neck.

SALE commonly seen since' Soviets 4. Consumes as food.
PILLOWS I came to power. The "name Iran
BED I has" not "always been" seen 5. Goods may be -on a counter daring a sale.

( PALACE' 'by us in "Soviet negotiations," 6. In grandfather's day, disobedient boy probably jumped
REG. 4.99 I but only since about 1935. Before when punishment was-on his hide.

( BELOW) LILAC, BLUE PINK AND,TEAL) that, the word Persia was 11. Not pass. .

SALE used. 12. Gain.

'BATH I 17. LIKELY not lively. The" inclusion 15. A poor woman's self-sacrifice in giving a sum to charity
t of "unfortunately, in could be touching.
t .
REG.1.99 this manner, suggests a drawback
DISCONTINUED PATTERNS IN SALE 1.69 I not otherwise implied. "A 17. The cleaning of them is best carried out'by experienced
; persons.
lively lad might be too impet
w 19. Reach across. '
uous. "A LIKELY lad might,
t DRAPERY MATERIALS HAND, !I unfortunately, be too impetu 20. Soft plumage. .

REG. 99e oas" 22. Plant that grows in marshy places.

I FROM SUCH WELL KNOWN MAKERS AS WAVERLY CHARLES SALE 89 18. BEACH not beech or bench. 23. One every day could help to keep a man feeling fit.
BEACH is the .
strongest answer.If .
the "couple" used to sit on

i HOLSTERING. A$" W-CLOTH ;a particular bench, there is little .

.' REG. i question of "pleasant memories .
of" the bench itself. Beech

/ REG. 1992.99 SALE 1.39 ,. SALE 39* :is similarly weak. FREE WORD LIST .;
Solution Last Week's







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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 20, 1964

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How Florida Dems Hope to Win ,, '.--' .. ..II '. .I ,' ''

r L.,.' .. ', r.. .. .' .. '.. .. .'.2":1' : _.. ,. ,
i jf. By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE ,their inclination to vote for a margins over Johnson, 60 to 70 licans who said they intended to The poll was conducted by experienced .i" .'. ,
r.. Republican for President.Of cent. vote for Johnson. 'il -
per Republicans
For the persons. The presi- .. ..,
r; first time, Florida's top Democratic the 27 counties polled, Escambia was the exception.It crossovers' totaled 17 per cent. dential question was cne of ...oOjio"P--- '
A trend of .
7 strategists believe they Goldwater led in 15 and John- gave Johnson a small mar- heavy Republicanvotes eight asked, the otherson differ I r
r have an excellent chance to son in 12. However the Democrats gin with a heavy percentage of for Johnson was shown in .I
swing the state into the John- took heart from the fact undecideds. Persons who helped 'inellas County.Independent ent subjects. The usual weight \
son Humphrey column. i that their favorite possessed the conduct the poll said Johnson's voters made up ing, for sex, party affiliation,I
This new found optimism is 'advantage in many of the showing hi Escambia resultedin only 3 per cent of tne poll. race and economic status, was
:based in large state's larger counties. Orangewas part from his strong support Among them, Johnson had a de- said to have been applied in
measure on re- the only big county to give,among the civilian employes of II cided edge with mere than a making up the samples of people -
Goldwater i the in the Pensacola third still undecided. polled.
suits of a confidential Cracker a decided edge with Navy area.
poll Duval and Polk lined up for him Although the broad results of I i .
:' just taken for by small margins. The "unde- the poll might have been anticipated -
the Democrats Politics cided" voters could take Duval there were some para- Cuba Plans Air Service
in 27 counties, and Polk either way. doxes.

north and "* One top Democratic leader For example, the normally Linking Havana Nassau
soutn. familiar with the poll said he Republican bellwether coun- H
The poll gave President John- felt almost certain Duval would ty of Pinellas gave-Johnson one
son.a comfortable lead of 47 finally go Democratic. of his biggest margins. An- NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -, Presently, because of the U.S.
per cent to 40 per cent for the I other anomaly was Alachua, The Cuban government has giv- trade embargo, the Cuban Communist 7t
Republican nominee, Senator "Mayor Burns, although run- which polled. Democratic by a en official notice that it will regime has air links only -
ning on his own platform for airline service between with Mexico and t
Barry Goldwater. The remain- healthy margin while adjacent start weekly City Spain.
of those Governor, seems to be talking Havana and Nassau next t
ing 13 per cent polled Marion Goldwa to i
was giving r Cubana advised BOAC that it
more and more favorably fo r I
to be Undecided.If Monday.
professed overwhelming Tnt Russian-built
support pro- would use Ilyushin
one out of three of the undecided -the" Johnson Humphrey tick- Johnson'' vote 'in Alachua was Cubana Airlines, operated by 4-engine turbo prop planes in I
et, this leader explained. "Be-
be to Fidel Castro's regime, cabled
can persuaded
attributed to the influence of the service. These planes, patterned -
vote for President Johnson, the cause of his tremendous influ- University of Florida people.A British Overseas Aircraft Corp.at after the British Brittania -I
Democratic national ticket could ence in his home county, this Nassau stating that the serv- 1,..
90 to 100 ..
could make the difference"He mild surprise was Broward, carry passengers.A "
carry Florida for the first time ice would begin and asking -.
since 1948.Democratic. added that the usually considered one of thestate's BOAC to do refueling and maintenance Cubana plane landed here .
poll was more conservative coun Wednesday night: bringing 21 Ii .,
work its
on planes at
leaders privately -t taken in Duval before
say county just ties. Broward went for Johnsonby members of a Canadian studentbaseball t
this end.
there are two tacturs, one President Johnson's flying a thin edge. Such other lower -
plus and one minus, that shouldbe visit to Jacksonville following east coast counties as Dade Olive Jensen, acting U.S. con- team which had been I ., .{. /
taken into account in evalu- hurricane Dora and this did and Palm Beach were listed as sul general here expressed "ex- playing a series of games hi .;:,- ./,
Cuba. A Transcontinental Air /
ating the poll. not reflect any favorable effect strongly Johnson, as were Hills- treme disappointment" at the "
plane took them. to Can
The plus is their unainimous the President's show of interest borough and Manatee on the news. ways ada.
conviction that President John- may have had. (The poll also west coast. Johnson also led in "We hope that the British and
son has been gaining steadily in was taken prior to the Florida Sarasota and Lee, though- by Bahamas governments can take Cubana said its Monday
Florida in recent days and that campaign visits of President, smaller margins.As measures to prevent initiatingany flights would leave Havana al t
he quite likely will continue to Johnson and Senator Goldwater. might have been expect.. such service," she said. 1 p.m. (EST), reach Nassau al t .
do so. .) ed, Goldwater got a substantial William H. Sweeting, secretary 2:10, leave Nassau at 3:10 an
The negative factor i is the In some respects, the poll number of votes from people to the 'Bahamian governor, arrive back in Havana at 4:20. BOYS
nagging fear among Democratic ., showed about the same results: who consider themselves Demo- Sir Ralph Grey, said a 16yearold Daily airline service betweer WANTED
leaders that defections fromtheir any curbstone obseiver might t: crats. Some 30 per cent of the bilateral agreement between Cuba and Nassau, 185 mile:s
party may be even greater have predicted. For example II registered Democrats who were Great Britain and Cuba permits from Miami, could open a neVi '
than the 30 per cent shownin I Goldwater appeared to be extremely : polled said they expected tot the flights. In Miami, the Cuban escape route for many thous
the poll. They believe many' strong throughc u t: vote for Goldwater. exile information service AIP ands of Cubans seeking to es ;
long-time Democrats are reluctant North Florida and in some! The Democratic defections i I said the British government had cape the Communist-ruled is
: from 12-16
to admit even to a pollster counties held overwhelming: were partially offset by Repub-given its approval. land but unable to get out. years ;

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; State Rep. Run-Off Riverside Park in Gilchrist? I

, Upcoming in Levy ''l'r"j,..>t ..
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BRONSON Levy County a state representative to fill They will choose between ,' .
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I residents go back to the polls the seat left vacant by the Ford Lincoln of Williston and : f 5p Mass MeetingBy
Tuesday in a second attempt to death of Frank Marshburn last Joe Wilder of Cedar Key. nYt

pick a Democratic nominee for July. I The run off primary was' 't '--'"

brought about by a split vote BOB MEEKER I Farmer's Home Administ r a-
Sept. 8, when no candidate Sun Staff Wfiter

J gained[ a majority. ... r CROSS CITY Dixie County I on.The project will follow the

Wilder led the first primary } may have its own recreationarea lines laid out in a plan workedup
1'-1 f! with an unofficial 759 votes followed on the banks of the by the Florida Development -

f closely by Lincoln with at Suwannee River if plans instituted Commission.

';< 729. J. C. (Bud) Partin III, by the County Chamberof Langston said a corporation

,i..! Chiefland trailed with 474. The YYti Commerce received approval would be set up on a nonprofit -
f tS t 46 absentee ballots are not in- Ha of the people at a mass meet basis for operation of the
<, cluded in these
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tf Tuesday. project.
Lincoln, a member of the Herbert, A. Langston a director Representatives of the Far-

I: First Presbyterian Church of of the chamber said the mer's Home Administrat ion

; Villiston, has been married meeting of Dixie County residents will be on hand to answer questions -

11ts"f, '.' 32 years and has one daughterand has been called at the and assist in setting up
fV' four grandchildren. He is A a M M g courthouse in Cross City for 8 the organization.
f ?f';::: M t N yY a former city councilman and p r6 r,10 :,SQg" k p.m. Tuesday.

\ ... ,. :' ( mayor of Williston. Barring high water from .the Circuit Court
: .X'; i. *$ ( y'y' The Williston candidate is
$ a
L.k: rL ..' h < N. >4 '" aftermath of hurricane Dora
i l t LP gas dealer and is a past .
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: .j "r lr hx/ A.YYya a large crowd is anticipated to
h ; __,d president of LP Gas Institute of To With
Room hear the plan discussed and to Open
i.\ ., ,;., __i ,:":!1i _. tforthcentral Florida. He is a Standing Only
-- on '--" V" R n '''' --- have their questions answered.
WILDER LINCOLN: member of the Levy County Langston said the chamber
Murder Case
Chamber of Commerce and De- Construction workers rush completion of Pridgeon Memorial Stadium in
has tentative of 20
velopment Commisssion.. Chiefland in anticipation of the Chiefland Indians' first, home game against a promise
of bluff about
Wilder is a member of the Newberry Sept. 25. The 1,500-seat, concrete section will give the ,Chiefland acres property BRONSON Elijah: Washington -
school advisory board and deputy High School field a seating capacity of 2,300. Dedication ceremonies are.scheduled -- three miles south of Old Townon 18-year-old Williston Negro -
L director of Civil Defensefor for the North Marion game Oct.' 30. (Sun photo by Bob Meeker) the banks of the Suwanneefor will be arraigned t'rnor-:
UPS the proposed project.He .
: Cedar Key. He manages the row as the Eighth Judicial Cir-
said the developm e n 1 t
Gulf View and cuit Court its trial sessions -
Cottages is opens
jJWNS1l ident of the City Council in pres-Ced- Cedar Rolls Out Barrel would be similar to Manatee under the gavel of Judge
l ar Key. Key Springs but with a swimmingpool John A. H. Murphree at 9:30:
instead of the springs.
Wilder is the father of five
I children and has five grand- Plans call for boat ramps, a.m.Washington is accused ot murder -

, II I children. He is an active mem- Gets Record PTA Attendartr.e cottages a pool and ate n 1 t. in the first degree, following -
ber of the Church of Christ. area to draw tourists and to, indictment last week by
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yoting machines will be used take care of the recreational l I the Levy County Grand Jury.
By UZZ MIXSONSun Those Levy County commissioners for-the second time needs of the local people. He is charged with killing Wil-
on a
L\rea, Editor! I have really been earn- i wide basis and the same countY-I By LOUISE ANDREWSSun invocation. I Cedar Key School has three! Anticipated cost of the development liston Negro Timothy James

LevySuwannee ing their pay of late. holders will be assigned Correspondent Mrs. Clyde Coulter entertained new teachers this year. Introduced is $120,000 to b e last April 5.
Checking the calendar, 'I find Sept 8.Precincts. CEDAR KEY The PTA with several selections on at the meeting were Ger. financed through a loan by the! Judge Murphree will hear
Valley News they met every Tuesday: for scheduled for voting "rolkd out the barrel" for a the piano ending with everyone aid Pizio, who'teaches Englisl h motions for dismissal and

Williston Fla. five weeks, starting on Aug. 4. machines in Tuesday's election record attendance Thursd a y singing "Let me call you Sweet- and social studies, and Rober t change of venue in the cases
Dear Lucy: Then. on top of that they met are: night in Cedar Key. heart." This set the mood fora E. Stover, who teaches mathematics Micanopy PTA of convict escapees David R.

I've wanted to write tblftet-Labor Day to prepare the ballot Williston 7 and 7A, two ma- It is the custom to make an- very informative and,enjoyable and English. The bandmaster Brown and John D. Rankin.

ter for a long time, but what boxes for the next day's special chines each; Chiefland 13 and nouncements of ball games meeting. Gerald Richardson, To Hear Talk Public defender Robert A.

with one thing and another, in- primary election. ISA, two each; Bronson, Cedar suppers, etc. by placing a bar- President Richburg namedthe was not present He divides hi; Green will enter the motionson
cluding that dame Dl3.: I This probably is some kind Key and Inglis two each; Gulf rel at the most prominent inter- slate of other officers as time: between Cedar Key sd By Talbot behalf of Brown and Rankin -

just haven't been able to. of[ a consecutive meetings-held Hammock, Judson, Morristonand section. Having very good re- follows: Mrs. L. C. Smith, vice Bronson. accused of escape from

In answer to a question you record for the commissioners.And Otter Creek, one each. sults with other functions it was president; Mrs. Don Goldsby The junior class has ahead y MICANOPY Alachua County State Road Prison 21, Bronson

posed several weeks ago: Yes it occurs to me that the Precincts at Janney, Levy- decided to announce the first secretary; 'Mrs B. R. Campbell started work on raising' fund s School Supt. elect WillianS. ::1 on May 19; assault with intent
I remember when Buzzy drovea Levy commissioners are getting vile, Montbrook, Raleigh and PTA meeting of the year via treasurer; Joseph W i I der, for the junior-senior prom.,The (Tiny) Talbot will be t hi e to murder; and breaking and

school bus. more and more press conscious.Just Red Hollow will use printed barrel. spiritual education c h a i rman; are out in full force sellin:g guest speaker tomorrow nigh it entering.
Those were the days when a a very few years back, I ballots. Result: a record attendance. Mrs. Roy T..Sills, membership magazine subscriptions.The at the Micanopy Junior Hig h Levy County Sheriff's Deputy
high school student's prime they held their meetings with Thirty eight per cent of.I Paul Richburg president called chairman; Mrs. Charles Rice, PTA members School PTA meeting. Sammy Cason was ,seriously

concern was not which collegeor nary a member of the press Levy's 5,266 registered Democratic -'. the meeting to order. Joseph -program chairman; Mrs. L. C. minded of the dental were clinic re ii!- This first meeting of t h e wounded by gunfire in the ensuing -

university he wanted to at- not even the local boyspresent. voters turned out for the.1' Wilder read several vers- Smith ways and means com- Bronson. Parents d 11 school year will be preceded b;y chase.
8 of and the mittee chairman Mrs. David urge4to a covered dish at 6:3r : o Trials set for tomorrow include
tend, but whether he would even That probably was when Sept. primary. es scripture gave ; send their applications foi supper
Andrews, publicity chairman, ] p.m. in the school lunchroom. the cases of Robert Earl
be able to complete high school, the county's business was discussed appointments to Mrs. Hur.
and from whence the groceries and transacted with real I and Mrs. Ron Brummitt, hospi- ley, Cedar Key. chairman foi- Each family has been asked fc) Kolloway, charged with escape -
were coming whenthe school uninhibited candor. Suwanne Centeren tality chairman. The scholarship the clinic. r bring two dishes. Person,:;; ; Thomas; I. Mills, escape
days had ended. ; Now when a Levy commissioner e chairman has not been se- whose last names begin wit}h and auto larceny; Willistn Negroes -
when his lected. The program for the evenin t letters A through M are requested Jim Hicks and Theodore
the to speak
days ready
Those were gets
drove the school bus for piece he has to keep in mind I B. R Campbell principal of had been arranged by Mrs.- to bring a meat and salac I Hammond, resisting an officer;
Buzzy Cedar Key School is also the Charles Rice. The subject'wa.a s i dish. .N through Z families wil( and Negroes Herman Edwards
the fabulous salary of $25 a the fact that at least four sets Holds Housequainted
month. After completing the afternoon of ears representing that many Op> president of the County Coun- review of county administrafive bring a vegetable and desser t and James King, withholdingchild
cil of Parents and Teachers policies. fish.. support.
run, he walked fro m newspapers (including! your
his home back to school, about boss's) are tuned in to what his e BELL School of Instruction. In his re-

two miles, and practiced foot- saying. The commissioners' scheduled-today An "open from house"3 to is 6p.m. the center.with the functions of i port he to the local PTA he said 6 Gilchrist Youths Win
to inform
ball 'til dark. remarks therefore, are tempered was very happy :
at the Suwannee River
Mrs. Carl E. Shifflette chair- \
Then it was home to do the accordingly. the members there were sev- I
Research, Educational and Re- man of the board,and research I
en people from Cedar out
included Key
chores which in those fays Further demonstrating theirs
feeding three mule i press consciousness, the com- ligious Center. psychologist, said these purposes -of the 53 total attending the 4HClub's Pullet Showcage

and a horse, milking several missioners, when they furnished The Center is located on 58 include research in preven- school of instruction in Bron-

cows and getting up a supplyof their new meeting room, pro- acres seven miles northwest of tive psychology, nutrition rehabilitation -son this summer.

firewood for the kitchen vided a nice big matching table Bell and is reached by turning religious counseling .II Campbell said they were TRENTON Six, youngsterscame of grand champions the: William Rogers elected to re-

range and fireplaces. for the working press. west from U. S. 129 on S 340 and education.A stressing more emphasis on edu- up winners Friday in the show has produced for the past serve his birds and put them
And Buzzy's father was a Speaking for the press I take then north on Suwannee Drive non-denominational: Vaca. cation of the members.The Gilchrist County 4-H Club pul- seven years. I back with the rest of his flock.
stern disciplinarian who would this means to thank the commissioners tion Bible school in the sum- following members have let show as 11-year-old Linda Third prize a blue ribbon and!
accept no excuses for not per- for this friendly esture. Rev. F. E. Day of Lake City, mer and other religious programs volunteered to attend the Coun- Kordgien. Bell, took top hon- $12, went to Gwen Philman 18, The 4-H members wre Judg-
forming these chores. That's it for now, Lucy. Take president of the institution, said are held. Mrs. Shiffl-' ty Council meetings this year: Bell. They were bought for ed on record books number of

The bus Buzzy drove was the care, protect.yourself from that the purpose of the open houseis ette said that when a chapel under -Paul Richburg, B. R. Campbell ors.Linda's Harco Rhode Island $2.75 each by Jim Batson. Bat- birds raised and on the top

first really modem type used in early morning dampness alongthe to give people an opportunityto construction is completed I Mrs. L. C. Smith and Mrs. Reds were the grand championsof son Farm and Equipment Co., birds presented at the show.

Levy County. It had an all- Williston to Gainesville i see the progress on the build- it will be open to the communiyfor Roy Sills. The next meetingwill the show bringing her a blue Trenton. Gilchrist County Agent Jim
steel body and was not too dif road. ing program and get better ac- religious activities. be in Bronson on Oct. 13. ribbon and Red ribbon winners were Yelvington directed the show
$12. They also
the school bus cf to- Paula and Extension Service poultryman -
ferent from Townsend 12, Bell; Wil-
brought top money of $3.25 eachin
Julian Moore, Gainesville
day.The bus run began at Buzzy's the auction that followed. liam and Charles A. Rogers 13, 12 and, Trenton Carolyn; served as judge and auction-

house of course and the firs Honor Alachua Co. Pair Reserve champion honors 11, Langford, Trenton. eer.The
passengers aboard were threEor ; went to Selma Roberts, 17, Bell Paula's birds brought $2.75 show was co sponsoredby

four Mixsons. Then it wa. along with a blue ribbon and each from Robert Richards of the Sears, Roebuck National

on down and up the toad to $12. Her birds brought second:the Farmer's Mutual Exchange Foundation and the Sears

pick up the 6'Steens, the Jerr money at $3 apiece.R. !in Trenton. Charles' and Car store in Gainesville.

els, the Reddicks, the Rawls, For Conservation Work I Ir I C. Horn was the buyer of lyn's pullets were bought at The Gainesville store sponsored -
the Sontags, the Kendricks both the grand and reserve $2.75 by E. M. Akins Trenton an awards dinner followingthe

children of several families: ... ;] champion birds, Horn, a Tren- attorney with the Florida Indus I show. The menu Included

cant recall right now an w, u 1 ton farmer, has bought every: trial Commission. fried chicken, of course.The .
I remember correctly, there I TALLAHASSEE Two Ala- I- -- Parrish whose parents are

was a little Neal girl. chua Countians were honored Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parrish,
So much for Buzzy's ralcyo here last night for their out- lives on a 120-acre farm eigh t U" '

bus driving days. We kid s standing conservation work. L, miles northwest of Alachua. He p

thought we had pretty rough They are Lee Pankratz of 5 5'k 1 received his award on the basis hls.. 9 H y' yia,;.. V.11Y'7Nig': 4fr5 7 S
going in those day The fath- Gainesville, who received the of 4-H Club conservation
ers and mothers who during governor's award for his con- N projects he has* completed. r Jr4

those depression days bad to tributions to the game and Since starting 4-H work sev 3 a
scratch deeply to keep body fresh water fish program dur- SS."Sf s: t en years ago Parrish has completed
and soul together were the ones ing the past year; and Lowell a 60 soil and water conservation S.

that bore the brunt of things, Parrish. 17-year-old Santa Fe projects. His project / 4'y. := -p A 1Q Dom
though.In High School student, who was YaN
this year was constructing a
retrospect, I realize I nev- named junior conservationist of aeti' ditch
to connect a farm pond !
had it so good.Commission the year. 1 H
er with a creek, so as to maintainthe 1
Work Horses The two Alachua County
pond's level
You may have noticed. Lucy: winners in the conservat ion
awards program sponsored by 4. Parrish is president of the
the Sears Roebuck Foundation T Hague 4-H Club and vice presi-

Groups to Meet received plaques from the gov- ;, ; m. dent of the County 4-H Coun-
ernor at a banquet here. They cib This year, be was the win-
their to ner of county and district 4-H
In WillistonWILLISTON also received expenses
speaking contests. He also has -
the annual awards banquetThe :
PARRISH PANKRATZ been on several state cham- '
awards I ,
Monday is annual programis 4R st/,
for Willistonians conducted under the auspicesof .. .. pion judging teams and this s f 3
meeting night the Florida Wildlife Federa- prime movers behind toe reac- helped push through voter approval spring was a delegate to the IckI A4 :
The Sunday School Council tivation of the Alachua .Yi :
CountySportsmen's of the Constitutional first State 4-H Conference. '
will meet at the Williston First tion for the purpose of further :& l
Association a couple amendment providing for a Parrish was accompanied to
Church for officers and ing the utilization and 'conserv
of years ago. state outdoor recreation pro Tallahassee his
teachers to for Promo- ation of the natural resourcesof by parents..

tion" Day. Superintendent prepare W. C. the state.Pankratz Since that time the organization gram. In last ,year's conservation' _H'--=-H_ __ ----=--_
Weeks urges all officers and a 15year.resident : has obtained a long-range The Alachua organization also awards program two Levy
teachers to be present. of Gainesville, is employed at.fish management program for sponsored legislation which Countians ,were state winners. Winner's Circle
Mrs. Lomie Robinson and Sperry-Rand. He is president of :Newnan's, Lochloosa and Or- was passed by the 1963- Legisla- They were Buren Brice of Bra

Mrs. Joyce Bullock will be hostesses the Alachua County Sportsmen's ,ange Lakes; presented the Pay ture:giving Alachua Co u oty son, who received the award Listening intently to results of the Gilchrist County 4-H Club poultry show
to the Past Matron's Association and executive vice ne's Prairie and Orange Lake Commission authority to acquire for forestry conservation, and: are (from left) grand champion winner Linda Gordgien, Selma Roberts, Gwen

Club of Williston Chapter 142, president of the Florida Wildlife .watershed recreation conservation lands, streams, lakes and Billy Paterson of Gulf Hammock -. ;Philman.. Paula Townsend, Willam A. ,Rogers and Charles, and Carolyn Lang-
O. E. S. at their regular September Federation. project proposal to the basins for outdoor recreation recipient of the game ford. Onlookers are buyers Jim Batson, Cole Horn and Robert Richards. (Sun

meeting Pankratz, was one of the A fchua County .Commission; and conservation. and fresh water fish award. photo by Bob Meeker) ; .


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Oia thtuiIte iWt : 1st Methodist Hosts Training' SchoolMore BEGINSNEW SCHEDULE

than 300 Methodist Sun- on Education" will be taughtby Ledbetter, Director Christian ate Director of Youth Work for This new schedule Is now Augustine in effect Chapel at the, it'

RELIGIONGrace day school teachers, parents, Rev. David J, Cathcart, min Education in the First Metho- j the Florida conference will Catholic 1738 W. Student Center's Ave. St.
church leaders and other adultsare ister of Cocoa's First Methodist land-District of the Florida Con-I teach the course of "Guiding University

expected to enroll in the Church. Cathcart was; the exec- Mrs. W. L. Kennedy, Directorof Youth." Sunday Masses: 9:30,11:00, and 12:00 noon.
Christian Workers' School which utive director of the Florida Children's Work for the De- Daily Masses: 6:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Monday ",
begins today at the First Meth- Methodist Conference Board of land Distrist of the ;Florida Conference The Methodist churches participating through Friday. i
PresbyterianPlan odist Church 419 NE First St.. Education for I in the school include i
six year* priorto will teach the courses .
j the churches in Gainesville ,
Registration and Saturday Mass; 9:00: a.m. *
begins this ,afternoon his appointment in Cocoa He for teachers"and
parents of elementary
at 2 o'clock j the surrounding communities. Confessions: Tuesday, Thursday andsFriday ;
andthe will, also be the guest speakerat _school children. -
general assembly in the ,nursery will be provided for 5 p.m.
Study Group"Christian sanctuary tonight's regular 7:30 eve-
Miss Edith Goodwin, Associ- .all sessions of the school.
will be
at 2:30. The first ning service at First Methodist. S,
class session is scheduled for Three courses have been I
Faith and Life in i class of the Sunday school will 3 o'clock with the second plan I -
session -ned for the teachers in the Chil- t ILiiir
the Presbyterian Church" is the meet at Camp Montgomery fora following at 4:10: to 5 p.m. dren's Division and parents of iiV ti MON.Jft41gw'u4f .
topic for study sessions which picnic. Families of the members Class sessions will be held each children. Mrs. Margaret Hollis TUES. Vakis I
will begin Thursday night at and other guests will swim night, Monday through Thurs of Lakeland, Conference Director I : :
Grace Presbyterian Church, and relax during the afternoonand WED.
day, from 7:30 to 9:30: p.m. of Children's Work, will lead
3146 NW 13th St. according to gather for a picnic supperat Rev. John Brabham of Starke w
the course for workers withpreschool 4-
Rev. C. D. Weaver, pastor. 6:30 pan dean of the school, has announced children. Miss Mamie y QUANTITY RESERVED 521 NW 13th Street

The study will begin at 8 p.m Next Sunday is scheduled for the faculty for the training
in the Fellowship Hall of Grace sessions.
Church with both members and Christian Education Sunday at Dr. Kenneth Rogers, ministerof FLA. GRADE "A"
non-members invited.In this time children of the Sun- the First Methodist Churchin Windsor Church "FRESH -

addition to the inauguration -day school will receive attend- Sarasota and formerly
of the study group next ance awards and promotions. of the host church here, Plans Fish FryThe NEVER
week the September Family Rev. Weaver has announcedthat will teach the course on "The
Dinner will be held Friday the following Sunday, Oct. New Testament Its Content Windsor Methodist Chur- FROZEN !u
night at 6:30. The covered dish 4, will be Communion Sunday and Values." Dr. Rogers is ch is planning a fish fry for
supper will be followed by a''with the sacrament of the known as one of the outstand- Oct. 3, to be held on the church

program.The Lord's Supper being observed ing Biblical scholars in this grounds from 3 to 7 p.m.
following day, next Sat- ,at the morning worship hour at I area Donations will be $1 for ad-
urday, members of the adult 11 o'clock. "The Work of the Commission ults and 50 cents for children.
Plans for the menu include the

fish, hush puppies, grits, coleslaw LB.

Westside Christian Chj.rpli and coffee. t
Pastor of the Windsor Church

is Rev. Wallace Draper. I t WHOLE I

Starts Crusade -OR-

1\\ Power of Prayer I' ti; CUT-UP

Dear Editor,
The Westside Christian speaker Dr. Franklin Karns. to be scheduled, esc cially "Here
Church, meeting at Littlewood Today is "Welcome Student for UF students, is a Fellowship are a f
Elementary School, 812 NW 34th Day" in which all new studentswill Conference on Newnans Lake couple o
St.. Is conducting a six-week BIble be Invited Into the homesof led by Dr. Carl Clarke. ,. sharp-point-
Spiritual Crusade based the congregation for a luncheon The Spiritiual Crusade will M
upon the theme "A Richer Life and get acquaint Sunday, close on Oct. 25. Quoted from .
with Christ." Oct. 4, will be "Rally Day" and Geo. Gilbertin
A highlight in weeks to come! .
Several special- days have will feature guest speaker, at Westside is the Annual State I
been set for this crusade, witha I Herald: Coca-Cola
Bruce Rodrick of Tampa. He is Convention of the Christian --- Little boy
cookout and afternoon service
featured last Sunday. Tb,. aft- well known in the state as a Churches. This is a preaching to father, 'What do they .
convention and will be held this ,
ernoon program included trum- Channel 8 TV personality as do when they do when
year in Orlando, Oct. 14-15. A
pet soloist, Lee Debault, and well as a gospel minister. Also goal of 4000 total registrationhas they install a minister i
Papa? Do they put himin
been set.
a stall and feed him?' !
First Alliance to Dedicate Mrs. Robin Thomas is local I Dad: 'Oh no, son, they
I registration secretary. Plansare
hitch him to a church and
being made for a car cara- expect him to pull it!' NEW!

New. niiflnaL. .Parson P van the first night from West- This one is quoted fromR.
---- --- side Christian. 8-PACK
-----J.- --7 Y. Robb in Rotarian: t
This Sunday A. Leon Lang-
A dedication service will be the Sunday school at 9:45: a.m., 'To remind his congregation QT. BTLS.
ston minister, will be in thepulpit7The
held today at 3 o'clock for the when Ray Bumbaugh will take morning mess that ministers, too,
new chapel and parsonage of over the duties of superintendent be entitled "Man" and agewill the are affected by high
the First Alliance Church located and class will costs PLUS
a new beginfor one clergyman
evening "We Can Double IF.
at 2400 NE 15th St. youth. Rev. Smith the pastor Services are Bible School 9:45 I loudly borrowed a dollar DEPOSIT
will preach at 11 o'clock from a man in the front (LIMIT: ONE, PLEASE) (Limit: One with Your $3 or more Food Order Pleat' )
Rev. Ted district a.m., morning"worship at 111
Spier, superintendent -
and 7:30 services. The
p.m. row, then preached a stirring -
o'clock i
with headquartersin evening evangelist c
youth and adult fellowships will
DeLand, will give the dedi- hour at 7 p.m. Also a mid-week sermon.
cation sermon. The prayer of! meet at 6:30. Hour of Power is held in var- Congratulated at the "SEALD-SWEET" FROZEN KRAFT "PH I LADELPH IA"ORANGE
dedication will be offered by All are welcome at all serve ious homes on Thursday at 7:30 conclusion of the services,

Rev. Milton J. Scripture, who ices. p.m. he replied for all to hear, CREAM
M 1 always preach a better
was pastor prior to the
sermon with a dollar in
ministry of the present pastor
Rev. Frank D. Smith. The I A NEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLE j my pocket/ His flock
took the hint CHEESE t
raised his JUICE
pastor's family moved into the
new parsonage this week. salary that same day!
UNIVERSITYBAPTIST You too may be helpful
Other features of the dedica : fey mailinq your quota-
tion service will include a welcome CHURCH
tions, comments, or ques-
by the pastor Rev. FrankD. 1628 N.W. 6th St. tinns, to Editor. P.O. Box ft f

Smith, with Rev. Raymond 11. Norwalk, Conn. I
O. Bridgham of the Murry Hill SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 {Cnnvriaht Efco) Thic; t
Alliance Church in Jacksonville public service sponsoredby
conducting the song service. 10.45 MORNINGWORSHIP : 5I 3.OZ. ,
Rev. Logan Richter of the Or-
mond Beach Alliance Church PKG. '
will sing a solo. The parsonage TRAINING UNION 6:00 JONES-JOHNSON

children, Amy Jayne, Frank David 7:00 EVANGELISTIC FUNERAL HOME 1
Lawrence and Sarah Faith SERVICE C:. F. GEORGE, I

Smith will present a quartette Pastor 311 S. MAIN ST. LIMIT: 2 4
number. Ray Brumbaugh, con-
tractor for the buildings, will MISSIONARY FUNDAMENTAL FR 6-5361 iJ

present the keys to the chapel I "KRAFT"
and parsonage. Other Alliance i "GEORGIA RED" a. '

pastors of this section are expected -

and will take part in the i COMING! SWEET h GRAPEJELLY

service which is planned to .br 'y Ny.:', ,
last one hour. / .

The church is a part of the\ THE VOICE OF PENTECOSTCAMP \ ..
world wide Christian and Missionary POTATOES 18OZ. JAR
Alliance the sixth ;

largest missionary movement in AIGN I
this country. It conducts missionary

work in 24 missions! THE DESTINY OF AMERICA
fields of the world. 5 LBS. A49c

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New Schedule
AN OPEN VISION. Will Expound I

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HEAR THESTRANGE t' The Vision and e
new fall schedule is now .
being observed at St. Michael's
Episcopal Church 2180 Mill- t Will Bring Dynamic

hopper Road (NW 43rd St.). I 'EVERFRESH" .
II AND UNUSUAL Messages From 12 _. *
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The Sunday time schedule is i With this coupon and G0LD 1 COFFEE ROLLS"CHEFBOYARDEE" . . . . pkg.
as follows: Holy Communion I the purchase of
8 a.m.; family service at 9 o' PHENOMENON! The Bible.Prayers : "Mr Filbert's" BOND 15. ox.
clock; morning prayer and sermon QUARTERS BEEF RAVIOLI . . . . can 29
at 11:15 ajn., and evening J OLEO STAMPS
prayer at 6:30. SEPT. For ,2 Ib. Pkgt. for 50e "CHEFBOYARDEE"BEEFARONI .- .
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would protect physicians giving "5 ro LeeV SOAP . bars ,.
aid to accident victims from I Nightly Night COFFEECAKE BONOSTAMPS "YOUR BEAUTY HOPE"PALMOLIVE
law suits was one of six new I bath :
traffic law proposals to be of-I 15 ot;. PKG. SOAP . 2 bars
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CMPON Good .t Tfcriftway"" Only "NEW. WHITE"SUPER
Council. I ten wed, September 33 large !

Others include motor vehicle JACE SWEETINGSponsored OF SUDS . . 2 '. 49t

inspection periodic reexamination -I MIAMI. FLA. "Floor' b Wall Cleaner"AJAX "Liquid Detergent" "Low Suds Detergent"
of licensed drivers manda-
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of driver education to { the purchase of
adults, and a law requiring Each 3 U>. Pk,. II. )
drivers to submit to an alcohol GAINESVILLE "100% Pure" REG. PKG. 22 OZ. Giant Pkg. iJ1
intoxication test if involved in: ,
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In this age of technological wizardry never sneer at the past. i ,: .

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In a civilization of modern marvels 'the Church still raises! its towers of truth. And when, next Sunday, -wecome ;t" ,. ... 1t s''.s +A ..di 'eJ '

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: _.r55.. .,. ; \ 0 where are kings and empires note But, Lord, thy Church is praying yet ,Ii: .r':2'.!I .:\
.JJ" -.a .,:-: Of old that went and came A thousand years the same, s.; 'J" '. ,'4 ';

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To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance .


Carlton's Dairy yJ'f': Howell's Business College- Firestone Store Badcock Furniture Jeffcoat Neon SignsMr. ,, Royal Crown Bottling Co.
930 N.E.14tfi Ave. IBM Machines Mr. Charles E. Associate Store Hubert C. Jeffcoat Mr. Jim Hodnett
James Johnson- 218 W. University Ave. "Bud" Stewart Gibbs FurnitureMr. 1611 S. Main St. 1201 E. University Ave.
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Hershel Goins 304 W. Universitywe. Kenneth M. Gibbs ,
Gainesville Granite & .... 102 S.W.1st 1 Ave. <'
Marble Works ; Sapp's Tree Surgeons t.Mr. : Town & Country Beauty

Central Hairstyling College -1 Mr. D. Roy Loveday- Gainesville Production R ,", u.. Pete Sapp .ot Salon .
Inc. \ Mr. Gerald D. Heard Credit AssociationMr. h. Gertner's Inc. .5 S 4203 N.W. 21st Drive .;, Ashley Beauty Center :,
Mr. Odell Mines2l8S.LlstSt. -: 2135 S.E. 4th St. Henry M. Frazee Mr. Harold R. GertnerMr. 3424 W. University Ave,1 1 r"I e-
4310 S.W. 13th St. Virgil W. Harvard [ Of' .
1133 S. Main St Winn-Dixie Stores .,
House of FlowersMr. McCollum Drug Company Gainesville Nursing Center ,
One Hour Martinixing and Ronald R. Wheeler F 1124 W. University Ave. "-, S.W. 34th St. North of *
919 W. Ave. Mary Carter Paint Store "
Cleaners University 1 1324 E, University Ave. : Fuller's Foto. Inc. Archer Road
William E. Van Winkle, Sr. 0 Mr. Earl N. Davis, Jr. Robert & Helen Gerard .f
Four Gainesville Locations ", McDaniel Furniture Co. 619 W. University Ave. 501 N.W. 8th Ave. '.:;; .
Mr. John W. McDaniel Jim Sanders Henderson Land & LumberCo. ; -:

1-206 N. Main St. Construction Co. J._ Combs Lumber & Supply Co I. f
Marable Studios-Portrait Mr. James L. Sanders Mr. A. L. Combs Guaranty Federal Savings Mr. Robinson L. Henderson -< Ia:
2604 N.E. 19th DriveCrowder's 1 & Loan AssociationMr. .
2303 N.E. 27th Ave.
PhotographersMrs. Mac's Drive-In RestaurantJ. \. Mr. Wm. E.: Combs Leo J. Thomasy 1 tf
H. M. DeTamble A. and H. F. McCormick 4 :, N.W. 8th Ave. at 4th St. f<
602 N. Main St. 1331 E. Univers t' Ave. NurseryMr. i rf .
( G. H. Crowder First Federal Savings & ,
Orange Heights Road t Sunnyland Packing CompanMr. University City Television i. Loan Ass'n. "

Howard Hall Agency- Holiday Inn Restaurant I )... ..Thomas E. Hardee Cable Co., Inc. Mr. T. Wade Harrison .

Insurance I General Gaines Steak House Gainesville Coca-Cola i i. 1120S.W.5th5t. 522 N. Main St. ; 249 W. University Ave. ::1.;' .

Mr. Howard Hall or .
605 N.E. 1st St. t 1900S.W.13thSt. 929 E. University Ave. > Bill's Meat Room, Inc. University City Bank :
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i: Mr. Frank James Mr. J. E. Pierson Gainesville Opticians
ServiceMr. .. 1116 W. University Ave.'r Miss Ola L Rowan 1 .t .
Brown's Texaco : Ernest Roughton
Merle Norman Cosmetics Gainesville Livestock Mark<-t< 805 W. University Ave. c ,
Robert E. Brown St.
Marjorie C. Butler Mr. Lannie H. Thompson 1001 N.W.4th
I 1206 W. University Ave. Co Jnc. -' .J
513 W. University Ave. N.w.ethst. Koppers ,,
'.. Town Tire Co. ;v.,;' Mr. Chas. H. Abrams -
Hughes & Chestnut
Vidal Drug CompanyW. Coleman Kerosene Fuel 55555 Mr. Ernest Turbyfill -..:>*, N.W.23rd Blvd. Home .n,

L Copelafl- Oil Mauldin's Auto Glass 605N.W.fithAve. Mr. Charles S. Chestnut
W. P. Bourgeois Mr. N. L Coleman Mr. Jones L Mauldin -'"}- Publix Supermarket tY
18 N.W. 8th Ave.
102 E. University Ave. 372-2842 323 N.W. 6th St. Marion Finance Co., Inc. "i Lynn Chapman ,r...t.
v.. Mr. George L Ellis **. '1014 N. Main St.'f' (
Air-Way Dry Cleaners & Kirkpatrick & Pierson Inc. 1.t ... 222 W.University Ave. ;, '- Jones-Johnson Funeral Home

WasheretteMr. Builders and Developers Morgan Typewriter Agency c,'. Food Fair Stores Mr. DeWitt C. Jooes-

William L Glasper 1308 S. Main St.Chandler's William 901 N.E.Main Morgan St. Yellow Cab of Gainesville _: 1349 N.W.: 23rd Ave. .,' Mr. Harold A. Johnson

202S.E.14thSt. J. Wallace Brown -kN.Main'at1OthAve.. 311 S. Main St.
Drive-In '. Phone 3766411J. r

Bank of Hawthorne Restaurant Belk-Lindsey, Inc. Gate,City Mattressre Lamar Pearson Automotive. ", ._
Mr. John J. Taylor ; Mr. T. A. Nielsen Mr. Thomas E. Spencer .- M. Fields Department Sto & Carpet Works Transmission Service '
Hawthorne, Florida 720 N.W, 13th St. 1 1302 N,,Main St. -. Mr. Joseph Williamson '. : ? Mr..:A. D. Chambless "f' 505 N.W.13th St.- -

1409 N.W.23rd ?; lvd. ,' f. 818 W. University Ave. <- FR 6-7321
Rain & Owens Masonry ,'"O s '
Raymond L.Tastinari Contractors,Jnc. .,Edwards Building Supplies 1 '-} r:

General Contractor Mr. H. Coburn Rain- Inc. 4,-, -.Jim Voyles Appliance Co. Jerry's Drive-ln Restaurant = McDuff Appliance Store
Security Building- ,_ Mr. W. R. Owens :' Mr. Harry C. Edwards ,;'c --' James, & Anne Voyles 'v r Mr. H. Paul Maggard 1. Mr. C. Boyd Greene 55

1105 W. University Ave-;;... '., ,, 1423 N.W. 7th St. .. .': 726 S. Main St. :J"" 419 N.W. 8th Ave. ; :? ;-, ,- 2310,S.W.13th St. ;.' 1121 N. Main St. ,

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 20, 196* ...______ 1 I r
(- BUT ti1NAT S tdRON6 (i>Ril'11 T z, i ,

What's your problem? For a general -
- Word: Parents Box 3365 O C I ,
to reply, write to Abby i it c .cs_
t Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and t n s
R> q. include a self-addressed stamped en- vh.t

, Abigail Van Buren elope Abby answers all: mail.

DEAR ABBY: My mother died when I was eight monthsold ant question which I cannot ask my mother about. One nightI r MAY BE A STAND TH' rr.'f AH'LL BASH *EM ty
and I live with my father and my grandmother. They are went out with this boy and we went a little too far. Ever / RABBIT TO VO;BUTHE'SAHUSBIM OUTAMAH )BRAIN"HE
good to me and I love them very much but, Abby, I am almost since then he has been calling me up and asking me out for ? t HE'S MYRABBIT" 4' ? <, j
13 years old, am in the eighth grade and I have to go to the same reason. I would like to know how I can prove to e l : !./ 70jHE N.,,,, s +
school with my hair above my ears. I am not allowed to this boy that I'm not the kind of girl he thinks I am. w i f :: :
wear the latest styles in clothes, either. I feel so funny In my NOT THAT KIND Z 0 -
old-fashioned clothes and this little girl haircut when all the DEAR NOT: It won't be easy to "prove" to a boy that __
other girls my age have new-style clothes and long hair. I am you aren't the kind of girl who goes "a little too far" after i
naturally on the quiet side and I don't make friends very you've already been there. Your only hope is to tell him emphatically s-I, e .
easily, and looking like a freak makes matters worse. I am that you both misbehaved before and you do not \ r
an honor student and I am not boy crazy. Will you please intend to repeat it. So if that's the reason he is pursuing you, ,(.
say something in your column about how important it is fora he can forget it. a
13-year-old girl to look and dress like other girls her age? _
My grandmother and father never miss your column. Maybe DEAR ABBY: My parents were divorced two years ago. L ,11
they will listen to you. Six months ago my father re-married. I am 14 and I live with _
HERE'S HOPING my mother, but my father and his new wife invite me to visit
DEAR HOPING: If only adults would realize how humiliat- them on their farm every week-end. I love my mother andI I NEVER O*FIRE I!
ing it is for an adolescent to be "different." The wounds are love my father too, and I also think a lot of my father'snew YORE HEERED TELL w-_o T A IN'T GOT NOTHIM1
deep and the emotional scars are sometimes lasting. I would wife because she has been very nice to me. But I feel DOC-CAN VE MULE? OF NO MULE = THAT B HEJEST i
not give the green light to wild conduct or immodest dress like a traitor every time I go to visit them because my mother -E'4 SUEEPIN GIVE ME PILLS SOME HAVIN* CANt SLEEP- r!1 s
just because "all the other kids" are doing it. But when it says it tears her apart every time I go there. My mother FER fAV PORE INSOMNIA t I ta
comes to clothes, hair-dos and yes, even make-up, even asked me if I would go to spend the week-end with my fa- Of MULE? r
though adults might not like the new fads, teen-agers should ther and his wife if they lived in a little apartment like she 00.
have more freedom to express themselves without fear of does. I guess I wouldn't. Do you think I am wrong to go to I
ridicule. If more parents applied their energies to their chil the farm on weekends? How can I get over feeling like a
dren's moral development, instead of raising the roof over a traitor % _
hair-do, or a style of dress that happens to "in" at the moment TRAITOR w I ,9)) r wJ
they could spare themselves and their youngsters much DEAR TRAITOR: I wouldn't label you a "traitor" for vis- 9 x4
agony. iting your father. Your mother may have her reasons for I iwc ,
feeling bitter, but these reasons have nothing to do with yon, (/Z _
DEAR ABBY: I would like your advice on a very import- so don't take sides. Visit your father and enjoy those visits. 1 / 0




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SUNDAY Humphrey of Minnesota, and Tessie O'Shea, who 11:30 Q Peter Gunn pgAI//
Morning and Afternoon the Democratic Vice Pres- sings an English music- "The Royal Roust." A ,
6:55 B (Color) Living Words idential candidate, is in- hall medley. (60 min.) royal visitor, King Felix, I
7:30 D This Is The Life terviewed in Washington, 8:30 O Bill DanaIn is visiting the city, and I JUST TOOK FTX 1,
7:30 O Gospel Caravan D. C., by Lawrence E. a new time spot for it's Jacoby's job to escort IT'S 130/80.'HE'S t .
8:30 CD Gospel SongsO Spivak and a panel of the start of its second him through the city : HOUR BLOOD A Q PRESSURE.ONE RE5TINOCOMFORTABO1 BUT HE DID WANT ''=' a ';
Governor Bryant newsmen.O season, this series intro- jail. The King has great ,< CHECK ON THE DRINKOFWHISKEY./
Reports Twentieth Century duces a new regular sympathy for the inmates, PATIENT NINETEEN IN I WAS TOLD NO HIM ORDER THERE i i
8:35 O Sen. George Smathers "Zero Hour in Greece" Maggie Peterson as Susie one of whom, a gent FOftITTHERE'S / t I II
8:40 O Lippy the Lion documents the German a waitress in the hotel named Bennett, uses the to t tp.c
9:00 Q You Are There occupation and the violent coffee shop. Tonight: situation to fake a heart '
"Benedict Arnold's Plot civil war that resulted Phillips finds that tryingto attack-and stage an es-
Against West Point. from the attempted Com- get Jose and G I i c k cape. I
O TV Gospel Time munist coup following to give blood to the Red MONDAY -
9:30 Q Bible AnswersO World War II. Films show Cross blood bank is like
Gospel Songs Nazis enforcing their pol- trying to get "blood from Morning And Afternoon W .
CD Together We Worship icy of "extermination by two turnips." 6:10 CD Continental Classroom =c

10:00 O International Zone starvation"; the Com- CD BroadsideIn 6:15 O Scope 1 11 r I '
"Inside the House," a munist devastation of vil- this new half-hour O Summer Semester
tour of the U. N. buildingin lages; the arrival of Winston comedy series, Kathy No- 6:30 O World Civilization II f Ili THE MINUTE ARE 'OU r2 -, -
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Monday Evening past war experiences bring teacher Helen. Opie: lum hoopla. inst his friend and fellow TUESDAY O Arm Chair Adventures 1S5lDNews

5:00 B Wells Fargo disturbance into his family Ronny Howard. O Many Happy Returns legislator Harry Sanborn Morning and Afternoon 10:55 O CD News 2:00 O CD Loretta Young !

I O Mike Douglas life. Gregory Peck, O Camera 3 (Debut) In this situation accused of illegally kill- 11:00 O CD Concentration O Password

,I 5:25 O Moments in Sports Jennifer Jones. 9:00 0 Lucille Ball comedy, John McGiver ing a piece of legislationto 6:10 CD Continental Classroom O McCoys %:30 O CD Doctors (

5:30 Q NewscopeO 7:30 O Movie Lucy literally rolls into plays widower Waiter which he was opposed. American 11:15 O Scope O House Party
World Civilization (Color) "The Wings of her new season: She buysa Burnley, manager of the 10:30 CD Compass D-Discus- Government: Color
"The 11:30 O CD ( ) Jeopardy 3:00 O CD Another World
5:55 CD (Color) Local News, Eagles." ((1957)) The careerof pair of roller skates complaint department in sion Loyal Opposition" O Pete and Gladys O To Tell the Truth

6:00 0 News, Weather, Frank "Spig" Wead, a that fit a bit too snugly. a Los Angeles depart 11:00 O 0 News, Weather 6:15 Q Scope O New Horizons 3:25 0 News
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11:25 O Movie 12:25 0 News O Edge of Night
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O that has Kimble returns home class Scottish family are O Local News Weather 12:45 0 Guiding Light
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singing King Sisters show enters its 13th sea- being an aggressive, arti- may be ill. lad, wanting a college edu- 7:50 0 Local News, Weather 4:30 0 Leave It To Beaver

Yvonne, Louise, Marilyn son. Panelists: Bess Myer- culate, dedicated actor- 10:00 O Sing Along cation, makes his home 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 12:55 O CD News O Best of Groucho
with them. Charles Co- 1:00 Q News Weather
Marine, Alyce and Donna son, Betsy Palmer, Bill businessman. Joseph Cot- O Slattery'spie 9:00 O Divorce Court
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for hour of musi- 9:30 O HollywoodDocumen- stars in t' dramatic Tyler, Hume Cronyn, "
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(Color) "The Man in the Andy begins his fifth sea spawned gangsterswho legislature. Tonight : (Color) Scheduled guests I 0 News 1:30 CD (Color) Let's Makea an ex-captain re-

Gray Flannel Suit" ((1956)) son tonight in this new fascinated the pub- "Question What Is include Pearl Bailey and I 0 Arithmetic Deal enlists. Ray Milland, Helena

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heading for the "Madison crush on the smartest sters films were made on ed to head a committee Louis Bellson. Ed McMa- 10:30 O CD Word for Word O As the World Turns lowe Forrest Tucker,

Avenue". set, but his girl in his class his] the strength of the hood- investigating charges aga- hon. (90 min.) O I Love Lucy O Science Barton MacLane.

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5:30 O Newscope University of Florida. slot. 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy 5:30 8 Newscope also die for it. (60 min.) his father-in-law had been O McCoys
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president J. Wayne Reitz CD: News, Weather, 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When 6:00 0 News, Sports, Weather
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Forest" of southeast Can O Of People and Politics Morning and Afternoon O As the World Turns Kerr, Leif Erickson, Ed- house into headquartersfor 1:55 CD News

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Wanted-Dead open Wrestling
CD or
and Frank Bridges, a CD (Color) TV Bingo
1:11 CD Continental Classroom season. CD (Color) Local News, Miles.
Alive couple who keep their 1:15 O Focus 2 Weather 12:45 0 Baseball
American Government O Entertainers 1:00 B News
!' 7:30 O CD Virginian marriage a secret becausethe O Elementary Spanish 11:25 0 Mo.ieDoubleFeature Milwaukee at Philadel--
1:15 O Scope 1:30
O Shock MovIeSausage
O The Presidency company they both O Humanities C-52 1:30 CD (Color) Let'sMake (Debut) Comedienne Carol phia.
"The Presi- kookie Burnett, star comic Bob 1:00 B CD Pre-Game
(Special) work for (she's a a Deal Show
1. Drama
1:30 Q World Civilization "Marty. ( ; 1955)
A Mis- file clerk and he's efficiency Newhart; and multilingual 2:00 B CD College Football
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( 1:55 Q CD News
4:00 0 NFL Countdown
':50 O Farm and Home to
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O CD Today
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O Local News, Q Password CD Football
I leads his quartet in hardL Weather 2:30 O CD Doctors Tessie O'Shea, columnistArt "Dangerous Youth." (Eng- Scoreboard ny's railroads are upset about
three of his own compositions. CD Burke's Law Buchwald, British lish; 1958)) Rock 'n Ron engineers who make unscheduled
7:05 0 Ranger Hal O House Party 4:30 CD Wrestling
comedian comics Hendra and singer Dave Wayne is I sausage and beer stops
Veteran Rags Tony
7:51 0 Local News, Weather 3:00 O CD Another World B Men Into Space
':00 O Local Issue"Appalachia McGuire tells his audience 1:00 0 Captain Kangaroo O To Ten the Truth Nic Ullett, baritone John drafted into the Army, Evening and disrupt the timetables.At .

: Survival of a that drinking can be fatal, ':5S 8 CD Political Talk 3:25 0 News Davidson, and. comic where he goes throughthe 5:00 B Outlaws a recent production meeting -

Region" examines the' and then unintentionallyproves I:M 8 Divorce Court 3:30 8 (Color) You Don't Say Jack Burns. trials and tribulationsof O Wilburn Brothers Greifswald in the East officials German town of
factors the it by swallowing a Jazz "growing up." Frankie complainedthat
underlying O Bachelor Father O Edge of Night 8 Casual (Final Telecast) engineers and
some conductors -
widespread poverty in the. highball spiked with cya- CD (Color) Romper CD Popeye's Pals ':00 8 Leontyne Price Vaughan Carol Lesley. 5:30 CD Flintstones call station restaurants
Appalachian area. nide. Seen in cameo roles Room 4:00 8 Match Game ':30 B CD Jack BennyTo (90 min.) O Porter '
II Wagoner along the line to find out whichone
8:20 0 Beverly Hillbillies are Gloria Swanson, Eddie 9:30 0 People Are Funny O Secret Storm begin his 15th TV SATURDAY B NBC Sports Special ha? fresh bockwurst, a

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CensusA .i4 .:- ."; .. ANNOUNCEMENTS .
Things t In memorlam
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II: : J Card of :Thanks
I'li T" *. -t : ; \ ?
.. t p 3 Lost
"Religious Census" will be t ) & Found
.. conducted this afternoon from 4 Personalized Services .:-. : '.'

2 to 4 o'clock by the North :'- -.' .. 5 Travel Information IS :
Central Baptist Church. The t I. i h, S ;::i'8. ... wotfll.L : )]I; ;. :;'' 7 6 Special Florists Notices '. : 18* I'f

area to be covered is the immediate "' 1 ro !:: {l : ; ..F sat.-. : :- ', ;1l4 a Baby Sitters. Chad Care :.- v. -

area arouno me church ..'. !,," .>.-.:#.1>> ...;lI' M-.' ,. .. '1-1 ,, t;., .. tl:: ;:\t_: .,,:< ,', 'f'. 9 Places To Go And '. tI -'
{ l' IJ ; Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE .
from I ,' < :: ....
Main to N. W. 13th St. :1 ': .ffI. ? "-" .
and from : t.: !;-z. 'i .r. .: :; : :-. "' .r ISWOIIH I
N.W. 8th Ave. to N.W. t.t Q .
: '(' r.' r.,' If.< ;'.< :::: :.t ; r7
16th Ave. t I { :I .' _( '.... ..: .. .. tt ;{. '} : .1:: ; ,;
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Sunday School PreparationWeek ; 76 Airplane S.les.Rent.Js 1'-'. :
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will follow the census be- r t:\- '> "- ffl ;, 'F !>i..tf. ? o: .', 0 f, 71 Trucks for Sale ,.

ginning Monday night and ,, 4.:, :: I\ ":''' H'' ; : I". 79 Trucks Wanted ;! :
run- t ) tljF .J > .
t. 1asaP1 "'1..1 j t 11 "tta.:: S 17"w 10 Tractors & Truck Rentals .
ning through .. .' ", ,-.it. ,-"
Friday night. r" J .1'...: 4.r @t dt, itpt'it ,:''' g' lJ 12 Trailer Rentals ...
: byy :..
J ,,
Morning sessions with all area : 13 Motorcycles & Scooters v r,
Baptist invited will be : >; : J i M
pastor's Automobile Repair

directed by Frank Delro2, associate : t : ;; 85 Automobiles for Sale TIME ;I ITO Ii

Sunday school sec r e- ; 4* *; r : :> 17 16 Autos Swap WantedEDUCATIONAL Cars .

tary of the Florida Bapt i s 1 t _' :i s. ;.i
Convention. Night sessions will # ., '. !

be held at 7:30 p.m. with the I l"M .. .
leadership of North Cent raIl 1 11 Schools: Instruction -
;; f : '
$ 19 Music. Dancing .
heading discussion groups and :

church services with each t-----. 20 Wanted-Instruction '. :

church meeting at its own ,'i., tt -

church. EMPLOYMENT ..... -

Monday night Dr. Zane Pal- 4 You 11 Female Help Wanted "

mer, Sunday school superintendent ... 12 Male Help Wanted ':. .
13 Help-Male or Female .
and Hugh Mathewswill I 14 Sales Help Wanted GET ; .

teach. Tuesday night will 16 Work Wanted Female .

feature the teaching of Harold 17 Work Wanted Male WHILEREADING

Denmark and Frank ,Delrose. I 'j

Wednesday night, the pastor, I i FARMS & LIVESTOCK :.,

Rev. N. B. Langford, will con 26 Farm Equipment 'j

duct the regular prayer serI 27 Feed & Fertilizer

vice; and Thursday night the t. 21 Livestock aV Supplies THAT ;

group will hear C. C. Below' 29 Landscaping Top Soil t ,

and R. L. "Dick" King. Friday ,; 30 Pets & Supplies
31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL
night the services will con-

clude with Dr. Palmer and

Rev. Langford in charge. I

During the week discussionwill 56 Business Opportunities BETTER
57 Money to Loan
center on the starting of CL,: 58 Mortgages

new Sunday school classes, the t ':! 59 Money WantedMERCHANDISE .

arrangement and shiftiLg o f .,.,,.1;

classes to better utilize space, I
and a study of the over-all picture ; 'I
', '
$ 61 Wanted to Buy '
of the ministry of the Sun 62 Machinery & Tools CARl'!
T No
day school. Longer 63 Building Materials

The new study course book, -'- 64 Household Goods

"Reaching All The Prospectsfor 65 Antiques r>.

the Church," will oe usedas r U 67 Misc. For Sale' I ; .'rf .
Trading Post
in the stu- ,, '
a guide nightly t 69 Fuel OH & Woods
,', ',.

-.er :< .
,- 70 Boats Marine Equip.
:; ,
dies.The ; IN
census and the Sunday &. ,.. ." '. 71 Camp Hunt Fish IN -. :
School Study Week are both 72 Office Equipment
being held in preparation for I \:.: :t',..! ., ., :,t'I ?j.'! 'f 73 Musical Merchandise:

the E. J. Daniels revival cru >; ,; ,'.
sade. The E. J. Daniels revival '" ,: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

will feature free airplane : '," ,' 32 Mobile Homes for Sale
rides for children who attend .. ., .,," I 33 Lots for Sale NORTH

every service color movies of I '. '. :34 Waterfront Property
the life of Christ each night, 35 Houses for Sale
36 Cottages for Sale
special youth services with Lowell 37 Real Estate Exchanged

Leistner, bass soloist, in r. 38 Real Estate Wanted

charge of music and John Boes, Alert people. ,,, *' *". 39 Out of Town Property THE

organist team.for the Daniels Crusade J ,.. R: ,.. .. Need 41 40 Business Residential Properties Income CENTRAL

42 Farms & Acreage
Persons in the census area
43 Colored Property Sales

are encouraged to cooperate.IN People on the move. ......
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN- '. 1, "" ..,.,.t
43-1 Colored
CERY.CAROLYN. Property Rentals
JEAN DEANE 44 Cottages for Rent

Plaintiff. Everywhere find 45 Furnished Apts.Unfurnished FLORIDA'SLARGEST
! RANDALL'lis. GLENN DEANE you go you'llour 4e Apts.

Defendant. 47 Houses for
Rent Furn.
, MAIDEN NAME 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
NOTICE OF SUIT 49 Rooms for Rent
TO: Randall Glenn Deane
4220 Tacoma: days are brighter when you 50 Mobile Homes

Chattanooga TennesseeYou 51 Misc. Rentals .
notified tM A Suit
are hereby
51A Wanted To Rent
for a Divorce and Restoration of Maiden
Name has been filed against you as a 52 Boarders Wanted
Defendant by Carolyn Jean Deane as 53 Office Desk Space
Plaintiff In the above Styled Ccurt and I keep with the
Cause. and you are required to file I up news by readingthe 54 Business Rentals"t
your Defenses or Answer to the Complaint
: as filed therein with M* Clerk I
of the Circuit Court In and for Alachua I ;
County In Chancery, Courthouse SERVICE
ville Florida and serve a ccpy Galnes.j
of upon said Plaintiffs Attorney. Gainesville Sun. 22 Special Services
T. Douglas. 103 North Main Sueet. Post !I 23 Home Improvements WANT
Office Box 415. Gainesville Ftcrlda on
or before October 12, "M; ant if you I Or Use 24 Radio & TV Service
fail to do so a Decree Pro Confessowill
be taken against you for the relief 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD
demanded in the Complaint aid thereafter I
said Cause shall proceed E< Parte.
Witness my hand and seal of said I
Court this 11th day of Septem!.r, A.D., RATESPH.
l64, at Gainesville, Florida.J. .

B. Carmichael .. Eleven fulltime local 3728441for "
Clerk Circuit Court. EighthJudicial news writers
Circuit, In and For
Alachua County Florida, 1 ''
In Chancery. t :.
(Court SealBy Classified OnlyDEADLINES I ) \ ." '
: Agnes Lowry

(3611) ':13, 20,Deputy 27, 10:4INVITATION Clerk bring you the local news report. ";,,' ADS

TO BID Tues. thru Frl. papers _
Sealed bids will be receued ty J. M. 5:30 p.m. Day before publication FOR
Crevasse. Jr.. Sheriff of Alachua coun-I !
ty. Gainesville. Florida. in his .
the Courthouse until 10:00 a.m. on Mon For ads to go in Sun. paper-
day October 5, 1964. for the purchase,, Worldwide Associated Press and 103 12:00 a.m. Sat.
of the following 1965 model automotive I
equipment: For ads to go In Moo. paper- :J
Four (4) four-door sedans with" standard I 1pm. Sat.Minimum.
bodies according to the following ( ad 4 lines) Announcements
specifications: ,
Color: Three trunk lid(4)white Forest engine Green hooc' white body, writers for the New York Times NEW
top(1) solid and whize.top supports white. One I FAMILY RATES ,

Engine: Minimum of eight cylinders 1 Insertion ...., .... :34c line WE take this means to thank everyone
Minimum of 300 horsepower .. ....... for their love, sympathyand
Minimum displacement of ] I 3 Insertions 22; line
32 cubic b many deeds of kindness dur
Inches News Service Sell Fastwith 6 Insertions ...,...... 17c line ing the recent Illness and low
Transmission: Automatic heavy-Cuty bring you the world 12 Insertions .......... 14c line of our loved one. Our heartfelt
All vehicles In each bid to meet the I appreciation goes to those who
following additional specifications: helped nurse and comfort our
1) Minimum wheel base 116 Inches <' mother during those last trying
Total charge computed by .
J) Tires five (5) Firestone "500" ny days.
lon tubeless. 7.10 x U multiplying total lines x rate The Family of Mn Georgia Mix- .
earned x number of Insertions.
3) Heater and windshield defroster son
news. 5 Five letter words line
4) Oil filter carburetor air cleaner and per
fuel line filter 3 LOST & FOUND
5) Brakes power with oversize or
heavy-duty drums and lining, BOSTON Bull Terrier answers to
i) Heavy-duty front and rear springs 8 Point the name Mickey Tag no. 275.
7) Heavy duty front and rear shock Same as 2 lines ordinary type Brindle color, lost around NE
absorbers section. Reward. Call 2-2391 or
I) Heavy-duty front and rear seat cushions 12 USED ; during day FR 717LLOST
f point .
f) Foam rubber front seat cushions; P" Same as 3 lines ordinary type during hurricane two yr old
vinyl covers front and rear All .in male yellow Weimaraner 10 gray North coat.of
10) Heavy-duty floor mats front and rearfir the Sun. It's so much more PersonPerson Newnan's eyes Lake pounds.An*. to Pow.
Sunshades left and riant sides
award. Phone FR nag.
12) One key locks 'I 18 PointSame
13) Arm rests on left and right front LOST brown t white Basset
doors as 4 lines ordinary type hound near Lake Susan. Answersto
14) Turn signals. self cancelling name Ruffle. Loves children.
15) Back-up lights two (2). automatic Bradley, Rt 1, Box 261. Hawtuome -
16) Windshield wipers two-speea electric interesting and you will be toot! ; CARS .
with washer 24 Pointi t
17) Alternator 12 volt. 60 ampere with 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE
built-in rectifier factoryinsfel'ea to
II) Ammeter range of; IIMVIS 60 to as S lines ordinary type I LEARN ro osiVEi joeciai aTtentton
plus 60. lighted Stewart Warneror A ) to nervous or elderly.

19) Safety equivalent belts left and right front seat ..... ... -J\ :. ,_ u- > r 20) Outside vent shade on all fotr doors ,. .
21) Outside rear view mirror on left .i 1PT.
4 ; .
side 1'q -. .,. :.
22) Radio equipment Motoro model
U63HHT-1100. two frequency transmit
I and receive N watt Motrac unit. operating Same as J me ordinary type LOST
frequency 154.Unc and 154.95
me. In the solid while vehicle and on. of thewetone
vehicles. (For Information re: Installation The CaJnesvmt Sun will not be
of radio equipment call Radio responsible for more than one
Electronics Service .51Ut incorrect insertion nor win It DARK RED MALE
Trade-in: Three (3) 1963 Chevolet four- be abJe for hi advertisement ,
any error
door sedans designated as car 2. car a greater extent
un ,
5. and car .. Vehicles may M seen COCKER SPANIEL
at Alachua County JaiL No radio equipment than the cost of the space oe
will be included In the trade-in. spied by the Hem In the ado
Guaranteed delivery date as well as
price will be taken Into consideration In vertisament. No adjustment win
awarding of the bid. ;rt .. lie made en errors tlatde' not Weak from illness. No If
bids will collar. found
Envelopes containing be marked -
materially effect the value of
on outside "Sealed aids tor Automotive H a '
equipment"" ;: ,. the advertisement. ,dead or alive please call:
Deliver of the cars will be accompaniedby r. : :
certification from tie factor that ;
the care meet the specifications as herein ,=50* > (t The Gainesville Sun reserves.
advertised.Bids I a : : ADS :: the privilege'of revising or re-
wIn be opened publicly *t 10:00 : FR 6-5492
"' '9' '" l.: lading any advertisement which or
ajn. on S October 1964. The Sheriff of .
Alachua County Florida reserve: the ., ;; t deems objectionable and to -

right reject to any waive or all formalities bids.J. In any bid and ,"#{ i : : ? t change fits classification any : FR 6.7921

M. CREVASSE. JR., .: : r,:. J1'i, } tj advertisement from that ordered
Sheriff Alachua: County. Florida I to conform to the policy of the
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PERSONALIZED SERVICE 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mole Help Wanted 16-Work Wanted Female 32 Mobile Homes For Sole '

rUT N KURL BEAU r Y SALOON SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER MEATCUTTER wanted reliable, dependable. ARTIST, Commercial Experienced USED TRAILER Large living

Beauty on a Budget Knowledge of bookkeeping essen full tune. Apply In all phases. Illustrations. Layouts room rear kitchen two bedrooms
1 All work guaranteed tial. Must type and take S. H. person East Side Market 1424 Paste Ups Copy, Excellent upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Also T I1I7IJlf1mI
Perm. $s Sham-set si.SO up Salary $4,000. In
I up Apply person to Hawthorne Rd. I detailer neat accurate person.able. travel trailer. 376-8341.
14 E, Univ. Ave. 312-1126 Mrs. Hinton. Gainesville Florida Phone V-1S12. RLCIP LANAO
Open nights by_IIP ....... Federal Campus Credit Un- SALES TRAINEE and delivery boy 52 x 10 FT. 2-bedroom Homette
Ion. Bldg "J", U of F. 40 hr. week & good advance- WIDOW will live In as companionand like new. Lot 17 Archer Road ACROSS 27.Animation A H R 'M U L. C Eo R
NOTICES ment. Must have driver's license da light housework. for eld-
6 SPECIAL Village. Phone
: 374-4842
WANTED woman for repair work high school education. See erly couple or widow. Call GA P.M. 5:00 Modified 28. Shade tree LOAI5ipI.S
minor alterations. See Mr. Welch. Mr. Smith at Parker's 601 W. 5-2745 Melrose.I .
I COWPONY CUTUPS No plant life 29. Swamp HOT f. L. E: T "
phone calls. 441 SE 2nd St.. Univ. Ave. ior Manor Mercury house trai1-
At 2:00 pjnSept.. 27th. Taylor Stock's WANT lob as maid 5-days a 30.UtalsState
Ranch. 4 ml. NW of Williston on Dry Cleaners.HOUSEKEEPER OLD Florida company expanding In week. Good references. Call me at ere $1200. Call 495-2452 between Alligator R A 6 I D NOT A R
27 Alt. Bring your horses' (white We have FR from 12 5 and 7 P.M. in Archer. fio,,er
I Rt. preferred) area. now positions 2-1898. noon to 4 pear A
t vents for all. or come watch the and child care to live In or out.' available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and p.m. NORTHWESTTRAILER 12. Solitary 31.Work out "
I fun. I Tr3nSporta 4>n needed if out. up, experience not necessary. We E 32. 'R SOL. A N !
WEIGHT safely with new I Phore 374-8022 between 3 & 7 train. write box 584-A coo Gainesville 17 Work Wonted Male SALES 13. Chewycandy Spar S

LOSE Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. ', PM.or apply at 306 NE 44th St. ifications.Sun giving resume and qua -, At Palm 2702 Lane Waldo Road N.E. 33. Thong S Et T' 1- t1 A P

3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug WANTED two or three women to i JUNIOR In Engineering needs part 376-0205 s4'14.Sllppcry 34. Spring A T TAR M I N 1 M A
make DRAFTSMAN i time |lob to remain In school.
Company drapes & slip covers. If wanted to do temporary SPECIAL 15. Humor month
1 you don't know how, we will teach work. Must be able to drawto Call Bill at 378-2698 after 5:00. 104 x 208" Lot for mobile home. : TAT T V I TAL I C
c S Baby Sitters Child Car you. Call at 220 SE 21st St. or scale. Write your qualification Sim 1 Mile S. off Paynes 16. Bamboo 35. Oriental -

_Phone FR 42297.CASHIERS a. requirements on charges to 18 Schools & Institutions Prairie. For appointment call -. ._- 17. Company: sauce T-5
P. O. Box 415 Gainesville. Fla.
To tor child 2Vi FR 43052.WYATT.
MOULD like care & FOUNTAIN abbr. 36. Toward
yrs. old or older In my home. MAN wanted for local wholesale LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING ...... Offer 37. Conceits SOLUTION OP YESTf IDAY? PUZZU
so that my little boy will have milk route. Must be married. DEVELOP confidence over.come *
a playmate. Nice playroom and SNACK BAR bondable previous experience age fear-apply practical tech- .r price 39. Coal scuttle 2. Tropical 8. Mark ofomission

big fe.K.ed In yard. Meals served. Age 25-40, night shift 3 P.M. to 12 21-35 and high school graduate nique develop personality deserve 19.Marsh 40.Brooch Ana.tree
I Phone 3724423. midnight meals & uniforms fur preferred. Apply 204 S. W. 5th recognition be an Influ ''
nished. Contact Mr. George Summers St. ence. Trailer SalesHome 20.Authorof 41.Finch 3. Some, Indefinitely 9.So be it

I: TINY TOT main cafeteria. U of Fla. RETAIL JEWELRY Managersand BS degree 25 years experience ; The Doll's 43. Molten 10. Scofilver:

1, PLAY SCHOOL WANTED experienced Legal Secre: Supervisors needed. GOR Classes start Sept. 24. 7 9 p.m. Pacemaker Mobile ot Homes rtx\ HousCrock 4. Down: 11.Antique

tary to begin work Immediately DON'S America's leading Jewelers For information call Mrs. Rhea Shasta and Airstream 22. Rodent 44. Iother.ofprc& 15. Conquer
I. Visit us and see for yourself for Senior Partner. Salary com- needs managers. Retail 376-7724 after S p.m. or Hotel Travel Trailers .
24 SE 8th St. PR "/80&. munsurate with experience and lewelry ,expeirence necessary. Thomas 3729501. Ocaia's First Mobile Home .,'. xi,3v_ 23.23 Down pearl shell 5. Sour 18.Wager

I ability. Fringe benefits: Blue Excellent salary many benefits. Dealer Since 1948192j t\ 25. Tipster 45.Holly 6. Urge tub 19. Distant
CARE i Cross and Blue Shield. For interview .
Write qualifications Mr. Silver Springs
giving home free booklet. A mer ican' Blvd. 26. Animal DOWN 7.Word of 21.Total
Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry contact E. A. Clayton or Jay Cohen. Gordon Jewelry Phone 6291358Ocala.
Rd. Planned programs.. Pick upat James E. Clayton. Phone 3129591. Corp. 700 Stewart Bldg., Houston -: School., Fla P. 32214.I O. Box. 16661. Jackson.yule Fla. ..,S skin 1. Evoked choice 22. Carpet

Littlewood and ferwilliger CHRISTIAN WOMAN nee d e d. Tex 1954 8 X 37 2 bedroom trailer, tub 23.Lackthg
schools. Call FR 24447. I MEN S. women IS to U to train for
Full or part-lime, lifetime I
secure i FOREIGNUS.. EMPLOYMENT : & shower. real good condition S. rrrr-rrrrrrrr pollUTe
COMPEIENT mother will care i I ity. Experience Sunday School. BIG construction protects. AI if: CIVIL SERVICE Ideal for UF students; $1500. FR 0 character
ministry helpful. Earn SI00 Examinations. For information 4-1887. 1
for children reasonable In Mr week. trades Salaries up to $1.600 -
home at 909 SE 1st Ave. Phone I ly and up. No competition. Write monthly with travel expenses ex-I send name address & Phone No. 1964 50 : ia '3 24.Odorous
x Chickasah
FR 6-4481. John Rudin Co.. 22 West Madison U.S. 1 Key Training Service. 112 W 2 BR, will -o J :, -
: tras. Write Only: Foreign sell for .
St- Chicago 2, III. ', : Adams St. Jacksonville. small equity and assume IOU 1 S.-S -- gum resin
WILL baby sit in my home. FLA- Employment Bureau Dept. 128 payments. 7798.. i .5- '4 Is 8 26. Sly.animal
VET 2. SID weekly and Saturday' WOMEN. .SPARE TIME Earn I The State Building. Portland. 'I Exam ,..
Real Estate
.SOc money and dresses for you r- I Maine. BEFORE you buy see us for top S : :. 27.For each
hour. Call 2-4242.
quality in Mobile
self. Easy work no experience. COOK. white married. 30 to 55 COURSE 35 units ApproxImately i i 29. Young

WILL baby sit in my home. Make about $23 weekly. For free yrs; t hours day. 5 day week. ATTEND First lesson feerIOWELL'S 8, 10, 12 20' width.to up choose to 60'from.in : fellow
S.W. Section. FR 2-4794 details write today. Fa s hton vacation sick leave. social security BUSINESS COLLb..E length. f4WL YVUufit : E 20 21 2.8 3 t+
fnt : :
Frocks. Dept. S-4219. Cincinnati and state retirement benefits COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave : 30.Pigpen

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED I Ohio 45202. ; for interview contact Per- FR 63507. 3723727.SHORTHAND Featuring Marlette, Hillcrest Windsor ,' ff---r---W-- 32. Fund-
WHITE sonel Director Sunland Train-
companion to elderly per TYPING & Park Manor.
son. Light housework. coo king. ing Center P. O. Box 508, Civil Service Training s % mental
POSITIONAVAILABLE Must be reliable. A. Somerset, Gainesville. Florida. Phone FR Secretarial Courses Classes I 18 years in the Mobile Home Delight little 2$ ff 33.Sward
with doll
a girl
546 Holt St. Winter Park. Fla. 6-5381. ext. 362.WANTED. a
now forming. Howetl's Business I Business"SERVICE 34. Guenott
and wardrobe. This one was madeof .. _
GENERAL OFFICE WORK 4 MENto College. 21S W. Univ. Ave.FR635t7 remnants. ; c- 37 ps u monkey
Permanent resident. BUILT
en- work with large Eastern electrical S.
FOR AD TAKERMust try bookkeeping and posting machine concern in Gainesvillearea. OUR BUSINESS" Pattern 788; pattern pieces dir 35. Tender

enloy working with the experience helpful. Include High commissions. Age 23- 23 Home Improvements ections for "'12"' doll party and 2 : : = = : ; : 37. Cr....owel
full details in letter Reply to Box 40, neat in appearance. Car nec school dresses coat robe pajamas 38. Chatter
public by telephone and person BAIRD
587A Gainesville Sun. essary. No experience needed HAVE your house painted the modern MOBILE panties. crinoline lacket. slacks, 37 33 3
ally. Good typist. good speller. nightie. 4l 39. Pullet
All work guaranteed -
we train you. Call Mr. Haney way.
Age benefits over Including 25 yrs.: Many Paid fringe vacation 12 Mole Help Wanted Mon. Wed.. and FrL only at FR I free estimate. No |lob too big HOMESof Thirty-five cents In coins lor _ 40. Chum
2-0500 between 9 and 10 a.m. or too smaiLMODERN 42 4
sick leave. insurance and Ocala this pattern-add 15 I 42. Astronaut'sword
cents for each _
Scott & Fetzer Corp. PAINTING CO. S
in to !
plan. Apply person
pension MARINE ENGINEERS pattern for 1st class ,
Immediate mailingand 'i'r
Department PHONE FR 6-2210 P.ffpfttj2'-32oo Jet : -ir---
Classified Advertising lobs EXPERIENCED Roofers First 301 & 441 -
on Navy Civil Service special handling. Send to Laura O. N. Y.
Gainesville Sun. Class and Shingle I
manned steam
or diesel ocean Wheeler, Gainesville Sun Needlecraft -
\. ing go- Men Needed. Apply in Writing. 28 Livestock 33 LOTS FOR SALE _i._ Island abbr.
ships. Coast Guard license re Supplies Dept., P. O. Box 161, :
*_ ,
Par t-C,
quired. Travel Marlon Heating & Roofing Co. time 30 min.Ar ".&. ..
Old Chelsea ,
WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor expenses to New Station New York U,
in 2325 York relmbursiWe. Write Inc. P. O Box 1628, Ocala, Fla. N. Y. Print PATTERN
: Restaurant. Apply person MSTS. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a BEAUTIFUL plainly
I W. University Ave. Brooklyn 50. N. Y. An Equal Opportunity dairyman to show us a better wooded lots $2200 located N.W. Others NUMBER NAME ADDRESS and
Employer. 13-Help Male or Female from $1750 up.FORDYCE ION B.NEW.
WAITRESSES WANTED. H o wardJohnsons dairy feed than CPA CooperativeMills
SEAMEN Immediate lobs for 16 pet. All Pulleted Dral- REALTOR 35 Houses for Sol
Restaurant. please apply I 926 FOR- 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal.
Univ. 19651 200
Ave. designs -
male female, have 374.1234
AB's firemen-water WANTED or we
I in person to 2830 N. w. 13th tenders oil. Krunch. Over 1500 IDS. of PDN
I ers and electricians on Navy Civil an Immediate opening for a mo- II per ton. FMX Gainesville or Ala 24 ACRE WOODED more fashions to knit, crochet than BY OWNER concrete block ted-
St. salesman carrier. in HOMESITES everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery 3 HIGH and dry N. 1;. section 4 BR. OCALA block. 3 BR. 2 balh1 Irg.
Service tor >
t manned ocean going chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 441- Minutes West of Town off paved rooms 2 baths. Urge, convenient. 2 baths built-in oven and
25 range. open-beam
waitresses dolls' clothes. Send ceiling
WANTED experienced ships. Coast Guard the following areas: Brooker, paneled dinIng -
papers require I 2105. $1,600 with low down Set at U17 NW 10th Ter.
refrigerator low down
,_ all shifts. Larry's Restaurant. ed. Travel expenses to New York Santa Fe Hawthorne & Alachua. call DIck pay- cents for new Needlecraft Catalog. payment. & family room with flreoiace. -
122J W. Univ. Ave. relmbursible. Write MSTS. Brook- Good earnings. If you have transportation i AT stud, champ Ideal time for "I"RALPH!' A. FOSSEY Robinson anytime BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SSS $96.43 per mo.. Incl. taxes and Irg. fenced back yard

'I I WANTED experienced waitress. lyn 50. N. Y. An Equal OpportunIty & desire to run your ; your spring colts. Write P. O. 11 W. Univ. Ave. Realtor VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT By Investing In I U. S. Steel Home insurance. Day FR 2-3511, night built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 4O1483. -
376-1359 FR 25544.
Employer. Box 415 for appt. Reasonablestud PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt built In this area by .
Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau own business with very little Investment fee. \12 ACRE LOT AND OR TRAILER Book. For beginners experts. Send ALACHUA HOMES INC.
SI, rant. 310 NW 13th St. AUTO MACHINIST wanted with experience please call Mr. Caputo FOR SALE. ,,* acre V4 mile from 50 cents newt Phone 376-0630 FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA MUST SACRIFICE lovely 3 BR"home
CURB WAil HESSIS day end contact Mr. Yates at Circulation Dept. 372-8441 ext. 19 FOR sale young horse good disposition University Incl. well pump. seo- Model Home Opening every Sun. approval I you can have Immediate In Westmorland. Only Sl5r-
night shift top wages. Apply 3723511. 5 to 7:30 P.M. beautiful markings. tic tank. work shop storag & from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning possession and ownership of 000 with $700 down. It features
II I Phone 372-7616 after_ :30 P.M. study patio the best value house for sale In Ig floored I attic Fla. rnv.
in person. Jerry's Restauia T.V. Tech. Guide mar- room & 41 x I 1954 35 Houses for Sole August 163331 N.W. 21 PL
experienced only fu I 11 Wanted Caretaker estab. lawn.
fenced .
t' back
2 BR New NE Gainesville. BR with yard
Moon 3 air
2310 S. W. 13th St. time Location trailer. Perfect Compare cost with all other 3
time maintain lodge.
part only. Honest ried. Wife to
30 PETS & SUPPLIES for luxurious shrubs. See at 4055 NW
t and dependable. Phone 374-4587. remote In central Florh married students. Call FR 62310 ThEW HOME FOR SALE bedroom. 2 bath, fully air cond.homes. conditioning. Paneled family room
EXPERIENCED Dry cleaning
FR joining for 12th Ave. or call 372-0019.
or 6-2369. BY BUILDER "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY living-dining area extra _

I to presser.One Apply Hour Martinizing In person only 319 BARBER WANTED dations ida. Privately include owned lake. accommo-boats. BLACK LABRADOR. 4 mo. old. 2'* ACRES high and dry 10 minutes 3 BR. 2 bath central heat & air TIME." spaciousness. Electric range NEW ROBINSON HEIGHTS out of

N_ W. 13th St. skeet range. horses dogs. duck AKC Reg. championship back from town. Low low down conditioning. May be seen by ap and dishwasher. Back yard completely city limits. 3 BR, 2 bath study
FR. 2-9976. haven. Must be sober reliable ground inoculated. Beautiful at payment low monthly. Call FR pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. double carport family room

I MATURE woman live nl I homeas : MECHANIC WANTED. S'* days and in good health. Apply giving home or In the field. FR 257ft. __2-4949 Monday thru Friday. Phone 374-2258. Immediate Call 374-4147 for appt. to see at built In kitchen. Cent. heat & 2
family i member, ass s ting 2213 NE 7th Ter.
past experIence ton air
full particulars. cond. $14,500. $1000 down.
working mother hriae{ of chil good working conditions. Barkley age family. present occupation ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe ACRE lots for sale. SPACIOUSCUSTOM $89 mo. 4120 SE 14th Ter. Bud
t Motors. 2201 N. Main St. male. Weimaraner $75. Ex.
dren. 10 and 3 to P.O. Box 11474 Tampa Phone 372441623rd REAL NICE 2 BR or can be usedas Robinson. FR 2-2914..
off. salary. Phone OR 5-417 after ROUTE salesman for soft drink Florida. cellent health all shots. AKC built home on ONE ACREof OccupancyCHOICE 3 BR house In excellent loca
6 PM. company. Must be bondable. champion line. 372-4459. Blvd. acre lots. $300000 New. natural beauty. Exclusive tion. Nice corner shaded lot, UNLIKE
25-38 Phone FR 2-8511 to age 5 SANDWICH makers & counter girls 4 berry Rd. acre lots '375.. neighborhood. Convenient to UnI- with garage. Total price $11SCO.' ANYTHING in Gainesville. This 3
YOUR "ROAD TOSUCCESS" weekdays. experienced all shifts. Alan's MR BASSET yrs. old. papers So'W. acre lots 11200.00 versity and new school. Many ex FHA financing available. Phone BR,, 2 b. with tremendous screen-
SANDWICH SHOP across from female. $100. 372-1439. tras. Call for appoomtment to two three and four bed owner 3727401. ed 15 x 48 patio is a dream
CARRIER BOYS between 12 & 15 Univ. Post Office. Mary Moeller see. room homes at convenient loca distinguished subdivision huge lot.You'll .
yrs. old needed for paper routein ADORABLE Pekingese for sale. tions. Quality construction plus enjoy seeing It. Still timeto
Males $60 female $50. Call after bonus features such as: r. a Iplaster IT'S A FACTThe pick colors. Call
the N.E. and N.W. Sections. your own
14 Sales Help Wanted SELLING
Wonderful for 5:30 p.m.Aleekday., anytime Sat. Realtor ? walls fully sodded lot 372-3727.
AVON experience
Do you hove on your 8. Sun. Betty Silcox FR 2-4765. lifetime terrazzo floors GE central -
son daily contact with the public GIVE US an opportunity to help down payment can be arranged -
heat A-C HIGHLAND COURT. 4 BR. 2 baths.
on OWN to GE
colling ,
Representative prepares him for a leading role BIG MONEY IN YOUR PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale. 1019 W. University Ave. FR 44yi you. We have prospects who are adaptable to suIt' the Buyer on this beau Fla.
wall to wall livIng
Build big built-in and I 11 I rm. carpet
oven I
you regularly? If you don'tperhaps in his future. For more information BUSINESS. your no papers. looking for your home. range tiful 3 BR. 2 Bath CB home at air condition.
business brick room Phone
house-to-house route fronts rustic lamps.
tern- call Gainesville Sun, Circula paying Call FR 2-0895. 34 Waterfront gas 3669 NW 16th Ave. Brand New
it is on open steady Income for life Property sidewalks swim club member _372-5347 or 3722080.
tion Dept. 372-6441. on a wooded half acre lot. Cent.
I tory which could offer you with over 250 finest quality BLUE Tick and Walker puppies! Si5 ALACHUAREALTY ship. heat !, A.c. Eltc. Kit. Call now $60 MO. 2 BR, large kit., llv. mx,
excellent CABINET MAKERS Custom Cabinet COSMETICS AND HOME NEEDS. a pair. Call 374-7784. Cedar Key Shores to see.NOW'S. bath and back porch. Small down
\; on earning op & Mill Work. Inc. has ImmedIate Beautiful packages fast sellers No cash down VA.Low payment to one with good credit.
portunity. Start now tor openings for cut-out men Guaranteed. Start others selling 9 WEEKS old boxer puppies for fine THE TIMETo 1704 NE 1st Ave. Call 372-1537.
homesires ,
Christmas No assemblers, formica men & truck advance to Distributor. Write your sale. May be seen at 1121 N. W. from $2250 FHA down.
Ii big profits. driver. Call to arrange for inter plans. experience. Old 97 Com 55th Terrace. Phone FR 2-5984. non-waterfront from $1510 Also conventional financing. look at one of the nicest TWO bedroom frame houses. low
Associates homes available. 3 BR 2 baths.
experience necessary. Port view 372-3509 daytime. 372-0070 Tampa Fla. down payment & low monthiy.
J or pany. Dept. N. SIAMESE kittens and stud service,
435 N.E. 1st St. 3742448Ane Just outside City on N. W. 39th
Move in Will sell separately or together.
Write O. after 6 P.M.INSURANCE Marina
time. AVON 33605. registered. lilac blue and chocolate Locations
I T. Smith, Realtor Ave. Large corner lot. Huge LR 920 & 924 N.W. 21st Ave.
Box 448. Gainesville. Florida AGENT for local point $25 up.. Williston 528- INVEST Mabel Gore, Associate with fireplace. See It and you'll
] or call FR 2.0421.WANTED agency. prefer person with some 16-Work Wanted FemaleI 6448. : facilities needed here T oniorrowVlllAGf want FOR SALE OR RENT. 1924 NW
it.DUPLEX 34th Ave. 2 home. $60
I insurance experience, must FOR SALE Siamese Kittens 7
Motel .
have & be 21. Compensation Locations GLADYSSMITH unfurnished. To be Shown September
car over do Ironing In my home. v.ks. old reasonable. Call 372- I
depends on applicant. Re- Lincoln Estates. 8941 after 4 P.M. I INVEST: accommodations This Is a good buy. Extra nice in 19 and 20.
ii i ply Box 569-A care of Gaines- Call FR 6-2918 GREEN[ good location close in. The
ville Sun stating qualifications. CHOCOLATE brown poodles for needed monthly Income lustlfies the 102 NW 20th DRIVE
R.N. andGainesville LP.N_ WOULD like small set of books sale, 6 weeks old registered Call price. If want a good Investment
( RETIRED man to.care for grounds you 2 Ig. rooms. 1 small bedroom liv-
in home. Will pick after 5:00 P.M. 374-3854. DAVID I
to keep my ANDREWS- 372-5393 nne. right now
alt and small workshop. I r v ing ing rm.. dining rm. screened
\ 4541373. High Springs. up and deliver. TWO male Siamese kittens I Idylwlld Walking distance of new NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. to see. porch. Someone connected with

t Nursing ANTENNA installation man. Must Phone 472-2185. weeks old. shots. REAL ESTATECEDAR grade school. Beautiful lot 3 brm. UNIVERSITY the Univ. would love living here.

be experienced and reliable Apply WANTED part time work. Experi- Phone 376-3842. KEY 3841 or 3831 2 bath contemporary home. New HUGHEDWARDS
el J Center. in person Tech T-V 122 NW ence insurance clerk; also legal FHA financing.
DELIVERY blood lines. FDSB Reg. B r o k Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. .
e r
specalUlng in FURNACES end
Reg. 3Vi mas.. 1 male. 1 female LAKE 2 bath home. Lovely location. Quality
i ii
PROPERTIES -ACRE. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W.
$100 each. FR 3477.. ,
AGE. Good financing: for
3 mile. No. of Melro5e. ready oc M. Munroe, Realtor Central Air
MALE puppy -"Duffy" willing to GR 5-2911. cupancy. INC.North Associates:
leave Its rmiher "tackle" for S. E. Frank
OVER McLaughlIn Roby
,30 acres of lake tronTy Tradition 3 brm 3 bath home in
good kind home with grass. Roy McCann T. C. Douglas' Jr.
bearing Central Florida's Largest Conditionersby7ZWJf
pecan trees. Also
S fur. Finley area. A lot that has been
Bicycle Shop. 1630 W. Univ. Ave. ___
nlshed houses Builder and Developer
dock and deep landscaped with loving care. See -
BEAUTIFUL Sealpolnt Siamese well pump. Many extras. OnLeWil this one. Good price good I' Furnished models at 2909 NE 15th F
Kittens weeks old. Males. $20. Lake Santa Fe. Inquire terms. St.
Females. $15. Phone FR 4-5186. Jewelry Co. 3747971SERVJCE
WANTED: 2 year old registered LAKE SANTA FE VIEW GLADYS SMITH Best In equipment using In-
I HAVE female Beagle. Must be trainedor Excellent condition 2 story coun- I CALLS $5 Fi tap Quality workmanship' ternally Insulated ducts, designed

well started Phone 376-5555. try home. 4 BR. 3 baths some Realtor I Heating Air Conditioning call engineered and installed

- citrus well landscaped some Hinson I & Refrigeration Service 372-6142
Associates Anna
: byALL
32 Mobile Homes For Sole furnishings with house.
terms. si .ooc. Virginia Power Caroline Moves I Contractor GAINESVILLE AMERICAN HEATING
1228 W. University Ave. I Any make or model window UPHOLSTERY AIR CONDITIONING CO.

1958 45 x 10. 2 bedroom trailer LAKE GENEVANeat Phone 372-5393 I units and household appliances. ISO, NW. IJth St. PH. 376-8268

\ good condition with awning. Phone 2 BR home kit. and BR fur. I Also we clean heaters. Free Estimates-PKK w, In'.ellvery. I' 193 NE llrtf Blv,.

THIS WEEK'S IS ON FR 4-7858. nishings. 100 lake front. White REDFRANKSREALESTATE Lne! FR 2-5002 24 Hour Service
SPOTLIGHT sand beach, large oak trees. $10-
Drivea 000 terms.

r CUE STICK BILLIARDS MELROSESituated EY 1800 sq. ft. of living ana
amid towering oaks. plus afached garage. Superior
N. Main St. Little charming country home. Llv.. CCB Construction 3 large bedrooms SERVICESHome
\ Its room, W-fireplace, din. room, 2 baths Big Livingroom
I According to Webster's Dictionary billiards is defined Fla.. room 3 BR, m baths with fireplace, entrance fjyrr

i: fI" as: "any of several games played en an oblong large porch guest house sere cover*? ...tio. Nice yard. SU-
.\< Save LotLowest vants quarters, hot house, garage 000 with choice of financing. Cal
table by driving small balls against one another or a small citrus and pecan groves 4-0817.

I :" ., into pockets with a cue/' but according to BobS overhead In the Industry oaks acres,and due palm to death.trees. Shy sacrifice 40 CUSTOM BH'IT and designed by And Business

i Sullivan it's all that and a game of skill and good DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like $25,000, terms.ACREAGE local architect with ultra modern -
to work and you benefit. LOOKto Florida Living in mind.
: dlt1 clean fun. the future. make I sound in Nearly 2700 Sq. ft. of living area

I Cue Stick Billiards- recently opened it's doors with anew vestment. See our top brand CMS 29 acres some timber well septic plus :3 car carport. Central hut
.f'( torn made 12 WIDES at 1C tank highway frontage 1200'. & aircondltloning. Dream kitchen Bulldozing I HOME REPAIRS'
S ', idea in billiards that girls can have just as WIDES prices. t yr. financing Close to Starke $6,000, terms. .iPi unusual eating I'e ..
available. Lake Geneva Trailer l $5,000 cashRENTALS SMALL bulldozer loader, flump I HOUSE REPAIRS PAINTING
& patio
\_ much fun at the boys. Striking entrance. foyer trucks. fill dirt lime rock. Top
f'. d..p&.Z&.., game as : Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. Large lot In Libby Heights. soli Phone 372-7844 I 20 yrs. experience
Cue Stick has 7 tables available and at times of Keystone Heights. Open evenings Must be seen to be appreclated. _Phone 376-0191
and Sund.y.CONNQlL. Lake Geneva furn home 3 BR. 2 $35,000 Call 44817.t .
(' features tournaments. S baths lease $125 per mo Heating I

...- '1If Open 10 A.M. to 12 midnight Bob Sullivan. Mgr. is Y LAKE SANTA FE I t Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor Air Conditioning Upholstery

usually on hand to give free instructions to begin- Mobile Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 2 BR. 2 baths. bar-b-que house 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 40817 t ll PHOLS yovf urnilure at

(S bedroom mobile homes. Many beach dock. boat house $ Member Multiple Listing ALL Types RestdcnTiai Oil Heating reasonable prices. Call Sally
& the 150i
. tiers tips to experts. floor plans. 7 year financing. lease.: p.m. Equipment Cleaned Servic, Experlencid FR 4-IU. 4241
Women's leagues now forming join us soon. Drive out today. 3 miles Southof ed. Call T. S. (Tommy) Howze. N. W 13th TH.
Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. WINIFRED H. F 2-9941._
: Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT 3744171 CRAWFORD.
: Reg Real Estate Broker MOBILE HOME Remodelinguu
For Sale 1 BR air cond. furn 3 miles North of Melrose Mortgage Broker
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CAFETERIAS trailer & enclosed FR cabana. Excellent Hwy 21, Phone 47S-79S1 SPACES AVAILABLE _ YOU NfcED. Florida room. ..-
condition. 2-9IW. 4-1
I MORTGAGE MONfoY Ira room more room roof work
DINING DINING-DANCING A.M. and 4-12 P.M._ 35 Houses for Sale Large Lots SVi per cent Interest. Term to or maybe a complete new home?

_ _ LONG'SCAFETERIA COCKTAILS Lowest prices easiest terms largest I U years. For I free estimate av guaranteed -
display In central Florida. STOPONLY $450 down to QuaL Modest Rates IUY BUILD REFINANCE work phone Carl c.
GENERAL GAINES 11:15 Ill 2 P.M.. and I
Serving hours I UNIVERSITY I NN 'I We trade for anything. Free delivery Hied buyer. 4 BR 2 bath CBS. Call Waters. 372-W49.
STEAK ROOM 4:10: P.M. tU ICO P.Me 7 days Charcoal Steak Room. morgl. up to 100 miles.TRAILER FHA financIng $91J7 mo. Sell Six Miles North I I Don Byrd Ph. 376.3875 iPERIENCED
U.S. Prime and ChoIce week. CARPENTER
FeaturIng a bo I MART er pay closing costs. Call 372- 41
rd. Cocktail
steaks prepared to t.ste 313 W. Unv.rslty! Ave. Hour 5 to ,. 2 f for FHA and conventional at lowest Paint end repair lots performed by
your Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 4 appt. to see. 1804 NW 38th
.our open hurt" Holiday Inn, _ _ _ drinks for the price of 1. Danc0' Ter. on441PROGRESS current rates. Term to 25yean. carpenter who love lila trade.
East Palatka Phone 32S 1050 Auto Gloss
big 'hi 2 to Bobby :
A..M. Griffin'S WIll
1900 S.W. 13th SI. FR .1266. gladly discuss at no CALL FR 6.4907
IILLIARD'S Combo Richard Parkers arches- FEDERAL QUALITY THREE bedroom I bath CCB. ,MOBILE _ _ _ obligation. Call tomorrow.
S ITALY IN GAINESVillE? Ira. 1901 S.W. 13th SI. FR 6-2442. traverse rods S750 down pay AUTO GL.AISIs our only butt- J. W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Paper Hanging Painting
Dine by candlelight In the delight. CUE STICK BILLIARDS HOMES INC. $83 per mo. 40C4 N.W. 21st Drive HOME PARKTel. ness. Immediate Installation 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 14494 Tile of Ail ((finds LinoleumDry
THE ORLEANS I 4320 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville "rf 39th Ave. Wall Work
f\l1 atmosphere of Italy Fun for not only young men free pickup i delivery. Add FRED B. ARNOLD
MANARO'S RESTAURANT BUT young 1AIOIf\.'". too. Happy Hour 5 to 7 P-! I FR 2-5113 Walt Johnson Mgr. 3 bedroom 1 bath 4-room :frame; 462-1660 beauty & value to your car. REAlTOR C. C GREEN _
specIalizes In Llsagna. PIUI. I DanCing 10 the musIC of the C. house, close In. nice neighbor. MAUI DIN'S AUTO Gl ASS CO. FHA AJ.D CONVENTIONAL.MclntOlll. 91-3341
Bring your dates bras FrL 0. hood. Ig. shady lot, 59,950.Terms. Charles Norris Mgr. 32a N. oth ,
and other delicious italian Food. t I Open 10 A.M. 'III 12 P.M. Wed. Sat. "i hts. 23 years In business give you adequate -- W-.s_ St. PR 6-2S.5a. LOANS
2120 Hawthorne Rd. s-n P.M. N. Main Street eaksto perfection In the protection in price, goality Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. : 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Roofing
Steer Room. financing. Insurance i serv 374-5394.
312-4690 Closed Mondays. _--- -- --- I 4- NW 13th St. 376-9191 ice. Ask your friend and our Equipment F. H. ... fc Conv. loans -

NOW OPEN AIens New ; _ _ customers about us. 3 :ocatnn *g FORDYCE I ASSOCIATES. INC C. L. HARRELL
S MR. SANDWICH SHOP I IS I serve you. Jacksonville. Gainesville HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & REALTORS Contractor
Across from UI\lv. Post OHlce I BOWLING 1. Ocala. Attention Mobile Home Owners! I exchanged Repair kits for 911 W. t'ntv 874-tnt For all your roofing needs and repairs .-

Featuring our own roast beet sandADVERTISE IN TWl _ _ _ walker Jacks Factory umorb- cal in anytime.
wIth 1n natural 55 cents. I ed Walker Hydreulw Jack EQUIPMENT FR 4-7741
gravy. .. BOWLING at Its fst at BUTTSMobile END HURRICANE FLOOD WATER WORRIES I Service Agent. HV' t"S BRAKE
Hft\e best roast beef In town.
F SHELLEY'S home of the Original DINE a. DANCE Open every night for your en- Main FR ,.14" our Service Dept. repair -

ITALIAN SANDWICH Ioym..t from 9 A.M. 10 2 A.M. HomesInc. LIVE HIGH ABOVE FLOOD WATERS. OVER- dean or ad lust your office CALL-5rlNa.t.&cHiNE _STR_

Dial 312-4.512 Fee nursery service. LOOK LOVELY PARADISE LAKE. SHARE AdrertisingBOOKMATCH chines. VICE CO. '1J W, Unlvertity
: for fast free deliver I. 260' .valda Rd. 378-4654 _ Excellent service. Compare our Ave. 37S-13U. We reveir etl
Also pizza Schiltz end Lowen- DIRECTORY IMPROVED BEACH AND FUN AREA. ADVERTISING' Price*. _Make Worn ""'Iy guaranteed.

brau on lap. 119 W. Ul'liv. Ave.i ADVERTISE IN THE NW 13th St. 25 Minutes from Gainesville. Other high and and MONOGRAMING UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP.
or new tore at 1601 I I Call Hank Blackstock FIE CHECK PROTECTOR CO.
v'r I SERVICE DIRECTORY dry lots just 1 15 minutes distance. 37227W.Appraisal _rrn NW *m stPlumbing TELEVISION
_ _ _
at 6th St.
PHONE JOHN C. BIRD Service nciy TUBS Repair! $aciifl
TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE per Inch plus Sit to Install most

ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT! GUIDE On street parking all around our KEYSTONE HEIGHTS _ _ _ SEWER_ _INSTALLED_ _ tubes l Year warranty, Special
PUg L AX HOLD Reconditioned TV'S from 50.05.
corner. Open I-M AJM. to I P.M.
CALL 372-8441. each REALTORREAL NEW fc used fixture complete INS VARIETY STORE
weekday. 473-4709 Very Generous Terms ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE plumbing service "HO" JIM 1 S.E. 1st Ave.

374341 .c ". HuGUt EY. Gainesville Plumb- 4 Technician's wttti M years C*.
---- I21t W UNIV. AVE. f He 172-359 !Ins, FR S-ISt. perience on an make
ipINpr15 iow' 'e oww 2
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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 40 Business PropertiesAPT. 43-1 COLORED RENTALS 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 50 Mobile HomesI 54 Business Rentals

BY OWNER immediate possession BY OWNER, cen. heat & air cond.. HOUSE SITE: close in; sewer COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex THREEbedroom house with stove I I bedroom trailer for rent. Moore LARGE Shop building. Long NE term J7 "
financing arranged. Not In aproject. 2V* bath, 3 BR, family, living and paving; 305' by 160'; a apartments large living and and refrigerator furnished Available Haven Park, 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. lease. Rent or sale. 2007
Call 3724401, days, or dicing ran. large kitchen. built- natural for 3 four units job$. $11,. dining area. modern kitchen with last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14'h 376-1164. Ave. FR 6-5568.
THE TIME IS NOW 374-2741 evenings to see our in appliances. Large garage. 000.00 INSPECT NOW1 fan, large storage closets, terrazzo Ter. $115 mo. on lease. Wese- FOR LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store
WOO so. ft. 4 BR 2 bath CCB 3461 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR floors, tile baths. space heater man Realty. FR 6-2472. 51 Misc. Rentals building. W. Univ. Ave. Price $809
_home at f2 NE 10th PL 2-4511. RETIREMENT or REST HOME. and hot water heater, facilities per mo. Call Hershall Haynev
This 50 room furnished and for washing machines and 2 BR house for lease $125 per TRAILER SPACE FR 6-2641 or B. F. MbelU FR
CLEANFour equipped (even to elevator) Is in paved streets. See at N.E. 26th mo. Located at (15 NW 20th St. 6-7551.
M the pink of condition; Nearly 2 Ter. or call for appointment 372 Contact owner at 90S NW 20tn St. FOR RENT
bedroom, 2 bath home In $20 MONTH
choice N.W. location, walkIng acres and close in; Gainesville.of 5321 or 372.5322. 3 BR, 1 bath. CCB house. cent. Newberry Trailer Park, SMALL warehouse for rent.
Do You Have A Room easy course. Price and terms ama
ApartmentOr to Llttlewood SchooL New EVERY DAY heat, stove walking distance Lit- Newberry, Fla. DAN BYRD
zingly reasonable. We prefer to for Rent tlewood Westwood. $120 m r.
44 Cottages
paint Inside and out terrazzo
we have buyers asking for I 3 discuss this at our office. 376-8268.
House Rent floors. built In range and oven br 2 bath central heat S. cent. Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th 51-A Wanted To Rent
to ? central heat beautifully woodedlot air, wall to wall carpeting, near Good Business Lot ONE bedroom cottage furnished. Ter Phone 376-1374. located
on busy
and established lawn. 3708 211 N. W. 9th Ter. $50 per month. SMALL business or office space
Parochial ft Hi- din-
elementary Jr. 3 I BR. 2 bath. screened! porch
thoroughfare; usable house with FURNISHED APT. WANTED near in 1600 block West university
N.W. 22nd Place. Rldgeway Con- School Must have large family Couple. Phone FR 4-4188. ing room near schools. $120 per
Call FR 29317 Information
plumbing weU set back. 17.soo.00. Univ. by couple. Ave. For more
struction Co. 372-8965 or 372-6424. rnx. be spacious with Ig patio. ASKI 1 BR. turn cottage on Santa Fe mo. on lease. 1428 N.E. 14th 54., after S PM. Ask for Rm. 25. phone FR 6-3012-
outdoor barbecue. In excellent all electric. tiled shower. FR 6-2387 after 6.
REMEMBER-A rental Lake
vacancy COSTS conditon. We have it please call WANTED to lease in Sidney Lan-
PARRISHPRESENTS us and let us show you the Wit ACRE SHOPPING CENTE $50 per month. Phone 3725458 or 3 BR. 1 bath, living rm.. dining ler or PIC Yonge school ares FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE
home. traffic count terrific; possibilities 377-8149 rm.. kitchen screened porch; 3 or 4 BR house Call 376 7601. space. call John Merrill, Realtor.
YOU MORE than the ud that will rentit unlimited; in G'ville, $50,00000 a $110 per mo. with lease. NE 10th 3721494.

COZY steal; good terms. 45 Furnished Apts. Ter. 376-6957. 53 Office-Desk Space

One bed rm home In good condition :3 br, 2 bath N.W. $120.00 C.B.
corner lot off Archer Rd., ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR EFFICIENCY APARTMtN $30 3 br, 1 bath N.W. $120.00 CB. TWO offices, just completed, first New Brick Homes
Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME. month. Phone 444-3448.: 3 br, 2 bath N.W. $150.00 C.B.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home In near U.F. 8 Med center. $7000. class, 360 sq. ft. to each office.
NE location. Living room. dining PROFESSIONAL MEN CLEAN 1 bedroom apartmentacross $75 per month each. Located by
Here's what COSTS YOU room and screen porch. Unfur COMFORTABLE from Campus couples on Mary Moeller 2615 N.W. 4th St., Nationwide Builder
your Vacancy nished. 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Own your own office property- ly. Call 3722830 for details. Insurance: FR 62524.REPOSSESSION.
C.B. home, some furnishings. N.W. -
FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom, 2 bath 110,900.00. Terms. Why pay rent $50 PER mo., clean efficiency, prIvate Realtor 3 & 4 bedroomS. built-in kitchen
EVERY DAY until it is rented : home In N. E. Central heat and bath & entrance close In. equipment cen. heat VA no
air conditioning. Unfu lshed. INCOME We have 5 sites on NW. 13th 1 person or couple. Also room 1019 W. University Ave FR 6-<<71'' 3 Bedroom House down payment. FHA from $700
lot. Street and N.W. 6th Street with $35 :321 NE :3rd St. down-no closing costs.
3 Apt. near school, corner FOR RENT OR SALE Rural -
FOR SALE FHA Financing 3 Est income, low down paymt. buildings that can be convertedfor small 2 BR house and 3Vi acres, CENTRAL HEAT
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: bedroom new concrete b lock 12000. your use. All are good In 46 Unfurnished Apts. deep well. paved road. $9900 Capital Builders, Inc.

homes. Outside of city limits. vestments. Call Wayne D. Mason Call FR 6-5336 N.W. :37th Place & 4th Street
$40) per mo. . $1.33 per day ,Only 3 left for qualified buyers. INVESTMENTCall Ernest Tew Realty, 376-4441 any UNFURNISHED duplex, convenient $500 Down-$75 Per Mo. HOUSE DAILY
Priced under $10,000. us and let us explain how time. 1 to campus. 3019 SW 34th Way. 2131 N.W. 55th Ter. OPEN
invest In the future of I S4S month. Water furnished. 49 Rooms For Rent S74-77l.
TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom. 2 you can per Call 372- 341 er
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day bath home. Large living room Gainesville. We have many list- LARGE store, warehouse. Ap no kit. equipment. Family of 2 RF 2-1362 I
feet. 1030 E. ... ... ..,
separate dining room, family ings to offer you. prox. sq. or 3 only. FR 2-9903. -srtv c room---- Tor-- wwmng-- -- -men--
with lovely fire place. Built Univ. Available after Nov. WriteP. only. Rent single or double. 414
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day room O Box 2383. Tampa, Fla. EFFICIENCY apt f urn.. private
In kitchen. Located In BI I a ck bath & entrance. All utilties turn. NE 2nd Avenue. Phone FR 2-

Acres.J. MaryMoellert Income $40 mo. Located at 2225 NE 7th 1981. or FR 21185.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 41 Residential St. 372.2121.DUPLEX NICELY furnished. Private entrance -
J. FINLEY AREA We have ---
bath and parking --
two nice 3 bedroom homes priced 2 BR, CCB stucco. oak parquet 2 BR CB, Ig. lot, utility -
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day to sell. Walking distance to J. floors. excellent rental. Can be rm., $80 mo. Avail. Oct. 1. 724 graduate Excellent student.heat, business 1516 NE man 7th or
J. Finley and convenient to University -: bought right. If Interested write NW 19th Ave. 372-8929 after 3:00
St. After 6 P. M.
: $70 $2.33 of Florida. for particulars. Hall Collins, 2464 P.M. Shown by appt. ; ;
per mo. . per day Shenandoah Orlando. Fla. DISTINCTIVE 1-bedroom apartment ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH 1ffEiiiai CharmComes

JOYOUS LIVING Relax and en- Realtor suitable permanent, single. for lady to share home with a
1 $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day loy life and your family In this 4 lolning Bedroom rental 2 bath property.home. Also 200 ad-ft. faculty member. Also furn. 1-bed- widow. On bus line. Phone 372-
3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large 4766.
101 W. University FR 4-4471 frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd room apt. FR 6-7392.
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day living room wall to wall carpet AssociatesE. Ave. Will sell together or separately ROOM FOR man student in NW
: and brick fireplace. Separate
W. Moeller Foster Kesler 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- 47 Houses for Rent Furn. section no smoking. Phone 376-
dining room, Florida Room, built- Dick Durbin Sharon Grant 4752- 0006.
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day in kitchen plus a lovely screened member of multiple listing
patio, on a large beautiful wooded BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMEin FORDYCE & ASSC. IN WALDO furnished rooms for
lot. the heart of Gainesville. Now We have several nice homes for men with showers linens and Northwest Gainesvilleat
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day has excellent Income. Could easily rent. Please call Fordyce and maid service. Phone 4681184 to
CONVENIENT easy walking distance FREDARNOLD be restored. Will consider Assc. 374-1234. for further Infor.
to downtown. 2 bedroom suburban property or acreage in mation. 50 Mobile Homes
per mo. . $3.16 per day frame cottage on paved street trade 3760969. SANTA FE LAKE, furnish e d.

.1I east of new Post Office building. Three 2-bedroom houses, modern FOR RENT FURNISHED ON Silver -
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Properly priced for a cash deal. 42 Forms & Acreage and clean. Couples only. GR 5- Lake 52x2 BR deluxe trailer PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W.

5373. 12x36' (lalousied porch, rubber
Lovely acre wooded lots In excellent -
I N W location. Restricted. BY OWNER to settle an estate. THREE bedroom 2 bath house on tile on floor, insulated ceiling
j Paved streets $3.950 and up. REALTOR 160 acre farm and some buildings Silver Lake near Keystone. large utility room $45 per mo. 16th Ave. at N.W. 39th DriveA
: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR 35 miles west of Gainesville 3762615.SANTA Phone 473-4854 or FR 6-8316.
. on Fed. Hwy. 129, $130 per
i $300 DOWNPay acre. Call FR 6-5200. FE LAKE CCB cottages.
, M.M.PARRISH til like rent for this quality OVER modern. 1 efficiency and 1 two SUBURBANHEIGHTS limited number of brick front fully

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS 2 bedroom home on corner lot in 100 Acres: fenced and crossed fenced bedroom avail. Sept. S. Phone air conditioned colonials are now under con-
good N.W. area. Call 23522 to- GR 5-5375 Melrose.
high and rolling perfect for
day to see. horse ranch or cattle farm. Call 4 BR home next to County Parkon struction. Prices start at $16,350. ,

today Fordyce 376-1236. Hawthorne Rd. $100 per mo. Gainesville's Newest I FHA Conventional financing. For information
NO QUALIFYING Call John Baldwin, FR 6-4201 or Prestige Address ,
ASSOCIATES. INC.H. CONVENIENT to University. 3 Bed 80 ACRES FR 6--<<0s. Built for Those Who Desire 3767971.
Hill Helen Graham
35 Houses tor Sale --- Wayne rooms, oak floors. Needs redeco- South of Newberry and West of Only the Best.N. .
Carolyn Pooley Mary Parrish 2 BR house and also rooms for
US 41. nicely rolling. with beau
35 Houses for Sale 19 N E First Street Tel 372-5375 rating. Owners equity Is 11,350. rent. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL
FOR THE PPLTATRWE This may be the bargain you are tiful large trees. Partly cleared. : Built by Four of Gainesville's
EVERYTHING. .EXCEPT a TWO bedroom CCB house with 3.3 looking for. No appointment suitable for pasture or farm- i FR 6-7577. Leading Builders HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
House with charm, beauty, cypress NEWLarge acres on Rocky Point Road. Call needed. ing. Several lovely home sites. 3 BR, 2 bath house $150 per mo. FRED MASONA. ,
372-034 after 5:00 P.M. Only $120 per acre. Half cash i Can be seen at 1645 N.W 34th
panelling family room story home In new restrict. and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP, : Place. W. FLETCHER Builder-Developer
parquet floors. Japanese s h u t- ed residential area. Has 4 bedrooms BEAUTIFULLoaded REALTOR NEWBERRY. MACOMA HOMES
ters skylights. .near Univ. & 2 baths upstairs; living. with charm and extras. Both ONE bedroom house for rent, 1 mi W. P. RIDGWAY
P.K. Yonge. Designed by archi dining, kitchen family room. house and grounds in top condi past Stengel Field on left Ue: of ----- -
tect. For Information call FR 2- study & powder room down C&PRealty tion. You'll enloy living here es- 36 acres, paved highway frontage road. For further information --- ------

0328 stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. pecially priced at $15,500. Call for 4 miles of Alachua only contact FR 4-1447.
Phone FR 28965. W. Just listed.SPACIOUS $15000 per acre. Call Ben Gnf-
P. Ridge- appointment. fen FR 2" 3 BR house, NE section, nicely UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath I
A STEALBY way. D.c. J. w. Kirkpat-
AndDevelopment rick Agency. furnished, separate dining rm.
screened porch. Phone 374-8442
OWNERMUST McKINNEY 1900 sq. ft., fireplace, dining plus TOBACCO ALLOTMENT _Sat. or Sun.
sacrifice 3 bedroom 2 family room. fully equipped kItchen Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm, HOME I
and laundry. Huge two car <4 mile highway frontage 2 bedroom
bath. large Fla. room large JivIng I 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.IN .
room dining room built-in GREENDEATON garage. Large lot In S.W. location. home tobacco barn and 11 I THESE HOME VALUES
kitchen, convenient to shopping Co.Like Central heat and air condition 1 acre tobacco allotment. Excellent ALACHUA MODERN 2 bed- Suburban Heights

center and schools. Must see ing. Everything for gracious liv terms. room house end carport. $40 mo. Living Room BEFORE YOU BUY
U to appreciate the value. No qualifying ing. 125,400 with terms. ANGEL REAL ESTATE No pets not over 2 children. 442- Dining Room
, Low down payment. Original EXCLUSIVE Call us for detailsC. 1703. Master Bedroom.Dressing
it price $21.400 price now Unmistakably this fine home Is designed an old brick fireplace and In- L. Angle. Broker O Room
3 BR. 1 bath unfurn. house. Kit. SAVE !
v: $11,84578. $500 down. Located for those who value QualIty door barbecue? See our special 3 ARNOLDREALTY O. J. Angle Associate Family Room Den
equipped, available Oct. 1 $IS e
I beyond price Located in a BR. IV* bath ranch in N.E. 4404 NW 13th per
style St.
N in nice NW section at 1321 NW 374-4927 mo. Call 2-8404. 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms IIIIIwnilllmllllllllll/llllll1ll/ The following are now under
restricted and unexcelled neigh- Section. The price is right
21st Ave. Phone FR 22433.
I borhood 3 large bedrooms COMPANY 20 Acres, paved rd. $12800 terms. THREE BR, 1 bath. 1242 NE 6th Push Button Kitchen. construction and will be ready
2'/i colorful baths Sunken livIng This one so well built a subcontractor Multiple Listing Member 12 acres paved rd. $4800 Ave. Stt mo. Call McKinney- Laundry and Utility Room The following are ready for
FORDYCEREALTOR room with pink marble fire- bought It. then didn't get Hit W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 1600 acres within 10 miles of town Green Realtors FR 2.3417. Screened Swimming PoolS occupancy. for occupancy soon I
place. Wall to wall carpeting married. See this new 3 BR, 2 Associates: Jane Caldwell with paved rd frontage priced for Wall-to-Wall Carpet
Large paneled Fla. room with bath ranch style in N.W. Gaines- Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman the Investor. FOUR BR. 2Vi baths large house Central Heat and 3330 N.W.2Sth Ave.
fireplace Many other attrac- ville. F. W. Hodge Jimmy Greene Ranchettes, 7'/ acres $550000. and yard. Four miles from town Air Conditioning 4 BR., 2Vi baths. $1250 dn., imiiiHiitiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflrtiiiitiinnflinni!
tive features You will be surprised Walter Stoddard in nice secction. Call FR 22648. $164 per mo.

: and excited as we were For the man who wants the best NEW MODERN RANCH TYPE Mary Moeller 2 BR screened: porch, Ig yard. for FRED MASONPHONE
when you see this quality home luxurious 2 BR home Florida lease 9-1-45. SilO monthly. Avail 3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121

OPEN HOUSEat Call for appt. FR 23417. other room, separate features dining too room and $12,950 $1300 Dn. Realtor able now. Weseman Realty, 815 3 BR. 2 bath, $400 dn. $87 N.W. 19th Dr.
special numerous -
Payments approx. $90 per mo. NW 20th St. FR 4-2472.
709 N.W. 20th St. Come by and to mention on a large lot FR 2-8340-FR 2-3182 permonfh.IIIn'JlJIIIIIl'IlIIIItmlftflljlllUfllmnnmnmml1lll.
see this home. Delightful long liv- NEWSFLASHThe In ideal N.W. location. 3 BR. 2 colored baths 1019 W. University_Ave FR 6-<<71 UNFURNISHED 3 BR home $110 3 B R. 3 bath, $500 dn. $81
ing room with fire place separate location of this fine property 130 ft. lot on paved road per mo. Unfurnished 2 BR $40 Ask About Our per month.
stainless steel sink
dining room Florida room is news worthy it Is within Looking for a building site? Among 13 Double Ft. formica work area 43 Colored Property per mo. Call 3767466. Trade-in Plan SHOWN BY ADVANCE
and attractive bedrooms make walking distance of Finley School others have beautiful
we a wood-
30" Coppertone range 7 ROOM, 2 story, 3 BR, 1W baths
this a truly livable home. Located and the University In a most desired ed lot with 100 ft. frontage on APPOINTENT ONLY 4119 & 4127
Laundry room adloining kit. HOMES FOR SALE $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE
near J. J. Finley School neighborhood It is news- U. S. 441 South running 213 ft.
oH NW 22nd St. 25 o'clock. Sun- worthy because of Its excellent deep with a well and septic tank I' glass DR.. large windows 2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 7th Ave. GR 5-5032. Large 527 comfortable E. Univ. Ave.home for N.W. 19th Dr.
condition and has lots of Beautiful wood panelel areas 7th Ave. Small down payment.
20. space
day. Sept. already there. THREE bedroom. 2 bath house
3 BR, 2 bath Dining and Carport and storage room monthly payments $57 to $45 a large family. 4 BR, 4 3 BR, 1 bath $500 dn. $74
ROMAN Fla. room Garage It is situ Please let us show you these and 1520 NW 55 Terr. FR 5400 Also homes built on your lot with N.W. Fla.Section.room$120 built per-mo.in range Phone baths up living room, f= per month. I

inspired patio. 4 BR. 2 bath. living i tte's; on a beautifully shaded lot- many others we have available. FINANCIAL needs require the sale with no down payment. Ph. 468.1177, Waldo. KINGSBERRYHOMES room parlor, dining BR,
Fla. because it is I FR 2-4125. dinette. screened porch. ,
room w-fireplace. room. news worthy of a 2 BR Cement Block homein I
family kitchen. 2600 sq. ft. Located realistically priced This nice Jack De Yot. Reg Broker Northwest section. House sits 3 BR, 1 bath $150 1937 NW 2nd kitchen T/t baths down IWIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIDDl!
In a lovely setting only 29500. property won't be on the market Call 372-2511 or Come In I on a well grassed shady lot. New, Quality Hugh Eawards built Ave. Phone 3743401.STEPHEN phone conversation necessaryfirst.
Call Fordyce 374-1234. long Take advantage of this 125 N. W. 13th St. 1 Will come to reasonable terms. home. Three bedrooms, 1 bath. ARE
as $43. per month with
opportunity Don't wait Call Call FR 2.1158 after 6 p.m. Take choice of over
your .
$2,000 down will
or arrange termsto OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
New Listing suit buyer. Located 643 NE FOSTER 90 beautiful brick Norwood
home with advantages aglore. 3 37 Reel Estate Exchanged 15th Street. homes SEEING ANYTIME IF
bedrooms. beautiful landscaping ASSOCIATESJ. SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2'... bath masonry Hugh Edwards Inc. HEIGHTSLocated YOU WILL JUST CALL. I
fenced yard. fireplace. Located in Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth home with 14 x 32 SWIM ANXIOUS TO SELLI WAITl Phone 374-7971
exclusive Florida Park. FHA avll- Col. J. w. Davis H. J. Wiltshire MING POOL. Located In the NW at N.W. 37th Place & Hope"H" .
able. Call Fordyce 374-1234. Multiple Listing I, section lust outside the city lim Have you considered exchanging? LOTSI 6th St. New brick homes under $9.000 to $30,000as
am Interested In buying several 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
its. This is an exceptional buy at Ernest Tew Realty construction. Pick your own Inc.
BEAUTIFUL lots at the right Call
USED $24450. Realtor .............. Exchanger price. colors, etc. VA Si FHA Terms. 4-5301 or FR 47WGainesville's
landscaped corner lot In Wood- 2 BR. 1 bath frame house. space 2906 NW. 13th St. 374-4441. 3724125.ADVERTISE little as We Trade Homes
land Terrace. Llgustrum hedge heater. 7500. $400 down $63 LAKE FRONT ESTATE 4 bedroom IN THE by
and redwood fence. 3 bedroom. 2 mo. 1433 SE 1st Ave. Bud Rob- JVi bath contemporaryhome SERVICE DIRECTORY NO MONEY DOWNon or Property I

bath, with. refrigerator. .range. and.. _inson. F R 229(4 with central heating. air 39 Oyt of Town Property Capitol Builders, Inc. your lot
washer included uniy si/.uuu conditioning fireplace, double carport -
37th Place & 4th
Call Fordyce 3761236.FORDYCE. BY OWNER. Property appraisedat bomb shelter and large ARIZONA Warm-dry Cas a Street
$24.000, owner will sacrificefor wooded lot. Just outside city lim Grande Valley 6V x 100 home- ADMIRE Can 372-0341 er 37 -77"
$22.500. Large lot 2100 sq. its. sites for trailers or homes. $'*5. THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN Monthly paymentsas ; newest and most
ft.. all large rooms 3 BR, 2 terms. Growing community. Free low as luxurious apartment building ..
& ASSOCIATES. INC. baths. living room with panel- LOVELY 3 bedroom. IVi bath, split brochure. Carlson Realty. BoxJ. WIMBERLY ESTATES
Multiple Listing Realtor Ing & fireplace family room. level masonry home located in Tempe Aris.LANCASTER 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In $56.00Several LAKESHORE
Grace Fordyce. Broker separate dining room. completely the NW section lust Inside the city County Va. 454 Lloyd Myrick Bldr.
equipped ultra-modern kitchen SHADOWLAWN homes ready _
Associates limits. ONLY $15.250 With $700 waterfront new
Goutden bookcases & other features. acres land 4 Offering mere tlualityfor
Harvey Benton Dudley many DOWN. has $80,000 worth marketable timber ESTATESF. for immediate occupancy. TOWERS
Can be at 4040 New-
O. C. Gay Dick Banks
: Blvd. FR 2 ideal for development. less moneyW D. OLIVER
Frances Hough Sarah Goulden berry 931. HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom HISTORYLAND SALES. I N C.* OFFERING

T24 W. Univ. 3761236t house with 2 sleeping porches located Lancaster Va. Phone 472-3200. 34th Tar. eff NW. 3tth Individual Styles For You THE JAMES CO. NOW LEASING

:: GREAT MOVING TO JAX JWK $14.000 at with 214$1.200 NE i DOWN Avenue. ONLY Ave Open Sundays at 2:01 er Well planned living areas

,c. MOVING TO JAX? ... t by appt. 2724481 er 345M. Quality material & workmanship 901 Waldo Rd.
GREAT trade opportunity. Will I I 3728404NEW John Merrill Phone 372-2527 ,
trade beautiful water front 0 A community you would be
home In Mayport area for your LISTING with almost an Realtor KINGSPERRYHOMES proud to live In Evenings 372-6441
Gainesville home or property. acre of ground in beautiful Flo-
TOP EXECUTIVE & Drive West on NW. 39th
i Custom bunt for ferocious beach rida Park. Spacious and gra- MULTIPLE LISTING Ave. past the Glen Spring Intersection Builders of
living. Hugh Florida Room. cious three bedroom. two bath PHONE FR 21494ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL CLASS see sign on left. Kingsberry Homes
separate Family Room. Three home with large living room. THE UNIQUE CUSTOM FR 2-0844. I IMcCOY'S
bedrooms. .three baths. .Of large dining room pane I led BUILT HOME OFGAINESVILLE
fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. study; fireplace/ overs II. d 1 W. H.C8EjtHIN The Regency 3 BR,
Many. .Many custom features. master bedroom. two car 2-both. entrance foyer
Shaded by towering live oaks. garage, beautiful grounds., DR. LR, family room, Jamaica-style pace setter
all In
Contact perfect condition.
W Will trade or sell outright. living room
Allan NEW LISTING in Highlands. Beautifully double carport central
1 Hugh Edwards. Inc. Forty foot Florida room
appointed three bedroom, New
Donman. Sales manager. 3721551. Homes heat. GE kitchen full Luxurious master suite with
two bath
house for sale at FHA
DON'T MISS THIS evaluation of $16.00.00 Large brick on S large lot. 1736 walk-In closetsdressingroom INC.
TRULY LOVELY HOME living room large family I'' in N.W. 39th Ave. 19000. ; built-In vanity wall MACOMA HOMES
room with broken tile floor,, and shoe closet
3'A mU Southof 10% down, $122.00 per
At Malore Gardens corner lot with sidewalks Fabulous kitchen. breakfast,
Campus on 441. :3 BR. 2 baths enclosed garage. Many: WESTVILLANW month. utility room and workshoparea In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. ,- _
den for Dad. year 'round com extra luxury features. city limits.
fort. Priced right. by
ECONOMICAL living at only $lv Twenty-six foot closet wall
phone FR 2-4625 or FR 2-1336. too.oo with low down paymenl; Guest suite with sunken tubS The Charming fhe Livable S Swimming Pool Recreation; Room

WOODROW SEAY possible. Two bedroom masonry, 16th Ave. The Powell 3 ER, 1 % Paneled library with fire- RANCHO GRANDE TIKI Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat

The Master Builder home of 1.300 Northeast.square Another feet in convenient two bath, oak floors, carport, place 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom. 2 both, large S Central Air; Cond. Laundry Facilities
Two landscaped patios
3 LARGE LARGE BR HOMECCB. 2 BATHS. LG. bedroom home near the; at 37th St. central heat, full brick on acre lot In most select- study, family room, living screened porch beautifulroom S Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chut

LIVING RM.. DINING AREA. University completely furnish a nice wooded lot. 1514 neighborhood dining room oak family room. oak parquet Paved Parking Areas I Lighted Sidewalks

DBL CARPORT LG. UTILITY ed at IttOG.OO with rental In- N.W. 34th PI. $14,000, Scads of sky light so houseIs parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included. 3 Elevators
RM. ON LARGE LOT 100 x WITH 12T, come beautiful.possible.LARGE well drainedlots I $500 down $86.49 per csheerful even In gloomy eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down.

LG.ROOF.BAR-BE-QUE SE SECTION.PIT PHONE in Ridgewood. Reasonable 1 WALTER STUBBSInc. month. This weather house Is Ideal for Down Our 1964 Parade Home PHONE 3764456FOR
prices. All improvements paid.
3225 NW 28th Ave.
372-1344. Littlewood Westwood schools i lavish or casual entertaining 4320 NW 17th PI.

FOR SALE 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB lust around the corner. o> Never have you seen so PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

home. well landscaped completely J. W.KIRKPATRICK Built and offered by much cabinet and drawer "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let (24 Hour Service)

fenced total price $11.500. Call space under one roof. us give you on estimate on contracting your new SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
;. 372-7637 or 31-7126. Phone 376-5394 Three-car garage. Total home.
FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 THE JAMES CO. square footage 6.000 under custom 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
gal. fuel tank. 100 shrubs brick Realtor roof Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290

C patio, nc1unrd, near elementary 31 N. MaIn' St. Phone FR 2-4404 "We trade houses" Phone 372-2527 office Happy to show by appointmentonly. Nite FR 6-5015or6-6502
high schools ASSOIATES: Butler Bros.
'-4 screened porch. 3 BR 1 bath Fteye Matniasen Irene SunneD Phone 372-6441 home Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd. BUILDERS

t5 O down. If you qualify FHA.J i Capt. A. w. Reece USN Ret. 372-1987
See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. Levis Kirkland Ben' Griffin
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56 Business Opportunities I 66 Misc. For Sol. 66 Misc. For Sale GG Misc. For SU

"NEEDEDU I CUSTOM bull bar* nn.n Ift4I FOR *Ate new beawTiful full FOR SALE: 33 mm Argus C 3
boo. W-glass top shelves rattan length wedding dress and several F.3.5 camera with case $20. InQuire
diesel truck tractors not more bar stools and back bar 145. party dresses size 5. with matchIng -
tfun 2 yrs. old to lease for pull- Melrose 475-2911. shoes. size 6. Will sacrifice, 2832 NE 11th Ter.ELLA'S

tea Permanent trailer UIM.in Central pay Florida.weekly. .n REVOLVER $25. 2$ auto "1.5. Phone J7H4O.
Call t to 5.Man. Call Buntline ISSG.m Meg. CERAMICSBeginning
IT !
I"L"'W :: BARBIE type doll clothes many YOU ASKED FOR
thru Garden, $40. Leica 3C camera $50, New original styles. Priced lowerthan new classes A.M.
t Fla Phone 6.U-J77t. Norelce tape. recorder, $1)5. commercial also' Little $is- I til 5 P.M. Closed Thursday.
Phone 372.6171.OLD .
APARTMENT tUILDINO. U units. ter styles. 377-45q 2144 E Univ. FR 6.568CAINESVILLE'S
fairly new I modern located at SILVERTONE vlctrala. records Is v'. .
1122 NW ttti Avt hundred per back to 110 picture f.amet .' t
cent occupied. irosMi appro pins. bric-a-brac, old timev things '
113,000 yr. If yell have manager. misc. furniture picnic tables At I
a II ability and SJft-JS.OM cash this Treasure Chest Fairbanks, 1V4 -
ll a real opportunity. C all t| A. E. '
Mlles north of airport.
MONEY MAKER Neighborhood SEARS Kenmore oil heater. SS.COO NOW HERE IT IS
? BTU. like new. S75; gas stove 130
now gresilni ever UO
grocery .
too per should I do letter.PRICE Sea at 1336 NE 7th St. FR -.
.ra.4 .m
Includes busk
ness store building inventory. REPOSSESSED Singer port. Zig .;
> PLUS I BR I Path central he*> lag and attachments. Round boar BUTLER BROTHERS
{ .d residence plus another house In. sews forward and reverse ever I
for rental plus space for 6 to pins and needles. M per mo. bal-
1 7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. ance $36. Mikell's Sewing Machine
I Call Service. 115 W. Univ Ave. 371.IMj. .

59 Money Wanted m t Make table cutting board, veg.
b'us. etc. Gainesville Auto Tap
r II ELIABLE Persona ttlthe to r. I ;
raw $2500. Glance needed above $16,000 PLOW
amount bank has financed. Write furniture purchased. Will sell
Tex 585-A. c/o Gainesville Sun. old Sunday School turn and
benches cheap. Phone 372132.
61 Wanted to Buy FHA DOWN PAYMENT
Complete line of photo suppliesFUUER'S
AU U $ and foreign silver
$100 Closing
dollars proof eta and 19.1 61* W. Univ. Ave. FR 2071JTV I
half dollars.
antennas. S3 single stack $7 II
double stack. S13.00 complete kit. I
SO W. University Ave. Jim Vpylcs. 41* NW 8th Ave.

CASH for your used appliances DOWl ING'S UPHOLSTERY FERN WOOD MANORX12,250
furniture. clothing etc Call Williams Chairs. low as $8. No money I
(Rd.372.3t37.INDIAN Service. Center Hawthorne down, low es S5 per month
Free estimates pickup and delivery
head pennies.. Lincoln dot- service. All work guaran
lars. old style paper money and teed. Phone 376-7716. upI
gold ccins W. A. Cartlon. Jr.
NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers
Ph 6&-3365.
edgers tempers light
plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs I $400 DOWN FHA
64 Household Goads
li Stratton. new and used mo
t tors. Rental sales and service. I NOTHING DOWN '(A
USED refrigerator in good working Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE I
condition. First ISO gets It. 16th Ave. Phone V -3411. $100 Closing Cost
PR 2-OS85. I bought a new Cold- i
spot. HERMES portable typewriter $25. I
Lady Kenmore dishwasher SSO;
KENMORE portable straight stitch Cartop carrier |3j dinette .& 4 FROM7516
sewing and zig machine zag attachment.with buttonh Excellent e I e Chairs $15. FR 6-7641. MONTH DOLLARS A MONTH INCLUDES PRINCIPL INTEREST ESTI.

condition SIS. Phone FR ONE carriage play pen & car TO SCHOOLS
-1107. I bought a new Kenmore. bed. $5 ea. 2 Infant seats S3 ea. WALK

I SPRINGS and for frame double(no bed mattress headboard Call 3726251.SPECIAL 136 NW 11th Ave. MATED CITY TAXES COUNTY TAXES AND INSURANCE.

1. loam rubber pad for double bed.draperies WATER PENETRATION OR
W high T.V. mast. All
white lined. for largesliding
doom fiber glass draperies antennas' 50' antenna wire.. NO DRAINAGE PROBLEMS.
I f a r small windows gold 73* guy wire, mounting bracket. .
.pink' green and beige Urge bird Stand offs everything you rri-----; .. ... *
i print; maple stool cane seat. need. M .
: 3713117. Only $18.95
Also channel master "Econo Kit"
ft Refrigerators from S3* ue Hawthome Rd 373337 .
t .? Ranges from S3* up ; J iJ
17 Washers from Sit UP WE WANT TO buy late model used DIRECTIONS: Drive West on r : :: : -
Dryers from IN up refrigerators. Exceptionally High Turn .
16th Ave.
J Food-Freezers from S9t up trade-ins now given.
.t Dishwashers from 14*
up WILSON'S EXCHANGE Left on 38th St.
10 TV Sets from
S3] up 111 SE. 1st Street Phone FR ""19.
'1* NW Ith Ave.Ph. 377 5303 FOR SALE Elgin 7Vi h.p. motor
excellent condition. Phone 376-1135 '
: DISCOUNTPRICES after 5;00 P M.
United Sewing Center BUTLERBROTHERS

REPAIRS ; %. .... .. a i
: We undersell everybody. ; .9n
HENDRIX Unclaimed sewing machines. Just
pay the bill & take machine
FURNITURE CO. Singer Portable $1218
NW 5th Ave at 10th St. White $".50
Free Westinghouse S 7.50 BUILDERS i
CHAN used refrigerators for sal Singer Portable 1145
Phone 372-5002-
White Zlg Zag 12450
FOR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 Standard t 2.00 P
,... DAILY 2.9545 NIGHT 6-9048
with gat heater attached also Necchi sis 50
ISO gal. butane gas tank. Complete ALL WORK GUARANTEED :' ....: ;r f
with gauges. J crane shah 611 W. UniV. Ave. 3727610: J
low well pump Inquire Lewis
Jewelry ee.r ;; .

\ ., Itit condition.KENMORE$100. Call range 3723451, excellent aft More People Have Bought

: Cedar wardrobe Bahama, coffee lounge.table .. $100 down VA '
Edwards Inc. HomesIn
: blond drop! leaf table and 4 Hugh
.. .chairs apt., size electric range. ,
t ..
glider set. and other house-
hold items. Nearly Nu Furniture. Northcentral Florida Since t
311 NW Ills Ave FR 4-4WJ f
I 61 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator. '
cress ,top freezer, 10 cu. ft. $!5.
Phone 376-80 1945 Because They Recognize

a DOUBLE bed. SUi 4 speed win.
I : dow fan S20 crib SUi frill.SJ down FHA
. y PR. All 2.3162.BEDROOM Items. good condition. Ph. TRUE VALUE AND NOW AS LOW AS 395

: SUITE complete Including
r I Simmons springs. S2J 2.3-4 BEDROOM HOMES
. f Phone FR 2-1111..
,1 BEDROOM SUITE: bed. mattress
& springs chest bench and vanity
J t without mirror. S40. 3/52 .
', N. W. 20nd Place. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNO INCLUDES Large 75'xll5'! Lot with All City Improvements:
DELUXE Frigidaire electric range.
\ like new cond. a ovens, deep -
", well auto. timer.. Jg. stora g e Paved Streets Curbs Gutters Sewers -
drawer, $79. 377 Wt. !
'66 Misc .For Sale. t _. Street Lights Fire and Police Protection, etc.

ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw v A Village green
\ for sale. Call FR 62027. I

Emerson push button model LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards, Inc.
.less than 2 yrs. old, excel condo <.:
SltS.Ave. (Anytime Cottage 1)at. 3631 E. Univ. 376-7971 INCLUDES I General' Electric Built-in'Oven and Range J

best new $30. excellent condition Priced from $13,900-7,250
110. Phone 3712311. 402 NW 36t Q a
,, : REPOSSESSED Sodded Lawns o
t ItU White Design 0 Matic Zig S INCLUDES Radiant Heat in Every Room individual thermostats ;
Zag. does all fancy stitches and Swim Club a .
buttonholes without attachments .
.' Reliable party to assume only Air Cond. Optional Garage or Carport r
e payments of SS.20 each. Mike
airs Sewing Machine Service Colonials
SIS W. Univ. Ave. 37113U. .
I Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street Separate Dining Rooms
QUAILS for sole live or

t I.; dressed. Phone 481-2674.u_ ____ __________ Terrazzo Floors .

Real Plaster Walls :.' .

Still Renting ..", I :. ;j
All Formica Kitchen Cabinets j' .
t .

.4 a Small Place? .: i:' .Deluxe Vanitied Baths .'-." : .: i"' .-'_. .*- *1.-. ::

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Fully Insulated Ceilings ;
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Buy a BIG Place ': Panoramic Sliding Glass Doors 'i'j: ,,'y 1f '- : .

V>|*te E

;l and SAVE! '! Extra Storage Space "*. .*V* .p., n' ; '-"

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TV and Telephone Outlets '
$ \ .
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Doesn't make sense? Sure it does. Look at ence insures that you get the most homeit' I ',- f'(. All. City Services *'> < :Vj !._

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this way. If you're renting a house or for your money. Check our lot sizes and I ,t J.i ; f tf ... :1" Landscaped Lots > 'I'I.. : ,* :t fJt; .
4. -
t {
apartment, you'll have nothing to show fore enclosed square footage for the -" ': :
money : -- < "* '
l' it except rent' receipts. And chances are f t .J Sidewalks For.Your Children's Safety \
then compare with similarly I priced homes, .:. .. ,, 4 I
you're cramped and lacking proper space .
'. for your family. and see for yourself! ( If you're lazy just .< Walk to Schools ,. ... '. :. 10 ;

ask for our price list. We publish square : ': ';
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On the other hand, there are many advantages footage of each home!) FY'I it' abr

to buying. For instance, the interest seep Y -

portion of your payments are tax deductWhy not drive out today and inspect our ': ) 11 NEW PLANS PRICED FROM $11,250

ible and with each payment you're models. Three bedroom homes start at ;

building equity in own home-some-
your only $79.34: per month (and that includesprincipal I
t thing to show besides rent receipts.Chances .
interest, insurance, taxes, and a -
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are, too, that your payments 'iJ ; '-. .. tf'
won't be higher than the rent you're now built-in Tappan kitchen) Remember the '. ., < _. ..' r i ;;' } i '/ '",'"

paying, and you'll probably have much best home values in town come from Kirk- 1 _,4 A .. 'J, _

; more room for the money! patrick and Pierson!, } ."

: At Highland Court Manor all home designs 4 i h \

\t are VA and FHA approved. That .' ;

t means you can enjoy a low cash investment KIRKPATRICKand I e } .r Gmn.by :

and for Village };
b long term financing your new : :

it home, if you qualify. ; : "


When you buy from Kirkpatrick and Pier- ;. .. <- ',,," '.

.,.. -.., son, you get a special bonus too--over a .... .. _. ." ',1_
quarter century of home-building .periBUILDERS" and DEVELOPERS '.- 1 z+ '; .,


., 376-7971

J Highland ,Court Manor: QualityMindedHUGH .. _

.f EDWARDS, INC. l soh

: ;-; .. HCM the swim club community O o .

f. ---- -..errs > Hurry a $10 deposit reserves' the It-

4--. agar-- I home and lot of your' choice I _


; -ErF-. < Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. fir 11th T rrace. Phone 372-3471 t Sales office at 2909 N.E. 15th Street .

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1 QC Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 20, 196-t- .'.-"

Mise .For Sale. 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale
LET'S TRADE IMPALA 1958 body rusted. Best 1953 PONTIAC, standard transmi
your tired air conditioner for II offer over $225. sion, radio, heater, good running
rebuilt washer, freezer, refrigerator Call 376-0674. condition; $125. Call 376-4091 after

A-l, or HANDYMAN dishwasher.SHOP MERCURY steering brakes convertible, windows 1960 power& 5:30 PM.CORVETTE., 1960 excellent shapes The Dealer Who I

, FR 60267GRAND 1 seats. Large engine. A-l cond. li or trade. 4 speed transmission -
OPENING Call 3760096. new white wall tires. Phone
New & Used Office MachinesAll 376-8089. COME
CHEVY Impala 64. New
makes & models 54 CHRYSLER, stand. trans. 6-cylInder -
Typewriters Adding machine, 2.750 mi $2600. Call FR- new tires, lust drove i It
Cash registers. Check protectors 64405. from New York. Will sell for $150
File cabinets calculators. or trade for a Vespa In good SELLS
UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUlf '60 Falcon, R & H, WW ST. transmission cond. 372-7418.
& F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. 2 Dr. Phone 3723357.
2727 NW
'60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent cheap. Call 376-0374 or 707
ELECTRIC typewriter $95. Under- cond., one owner many extras. NW 2nd Ave. afternoons after
wood office typewriter $55. Good Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. 4 P.M.

condition.. Phone 372-4738 after 5p.m. MUST SELL '56 Dodge was $325 YOU BARGAIN HUNTERS
1955 FORD CONV. good top, gd now $300. Call 372-3692 after 5:30 MORE CARS.
CLARINET.. wooden. b-flat. reconditioned tires good looking. Fully equip. P.M.
$25; Detecto baby scale. 13; ped priced at $395. 316 NE 1st St. i:
PONTIAC 57 stat. Good
bed pillows Si ee. wag.
rubber foam
Remington Roll a matic elee. i 1957 PORSCHE COUPE, completely cond., excellent interior r & h.
I rebuilt excellent condition $450. See Jim Fine after S:30
shaver throughout. See at 2115 NW 7th i P.M. IBOSVfr! NW 1st Ave.
ATTIC SALE: Antique chime Clock PL after 1 PM. the lowest prices you'll ever find on a 1964 Ford t
$30 antique Iron shaveing stand MUST SELL 60 Ford Cony nothIng Must tt
$20; bookshelf headboard $6; '55 CHEVROl, standard transmission down take up payments. Con Have
chest drawers $15; swivel chair 6 cylinder. Perfect condi tact J. L. Tison at 1600 NW 13th
$s; gas water heater in crate tion. Call 372-4638. 1815 NW 7th St. Mon. Fri. 8 to 5-

$30,;Xmas reducing gifts Road.machine., misc.FR 2-8067'Ox-bow"$25' dishes after, 1964 PL VW Deluxe Micro bus, split 1962 Assume Fairlane payments.excellent Total condition.cost: 18 CARS LEFT & 4 DAYS j

Newberry seat red & white. 50 HP, excellent $1100. FR 6-5472.
5 weekdays. anytime weenends condition, private party. Si- SKYLARK, 1964 8,000 miles $200
FOR SALE by married student air 395. Call FR 2-4281 weekends and down carry on payments. Call The LOWEST
sled with Wysconsin engine. weekdays after 6 PM. FR 2-7433 after 5:00 P.M.
Phone 37M776 or 3769721. 63 OLDS Jeffire. fac. air turbo VOLKSWAGEN 1959. Perfect engIne TO SELL
GOOD Clean GE Filterftow Deluxe : charged, 4 speed loaded. John all deluxe features, real bar THEM IN.65ELS
washer. Call FR 22436 after I Pierson, FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 gain. Call after 5 weekdays, all '
NW 4th
5:00 P.M._ day Sun. 376-2033.
FOR SALE maternity wardrobe '61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with FOR SALE '59 red Buick convertible PRICES! i
sizes 10 & 12. phone 376-2015. air 1300. STUDENT SPEC. full power needs top. no 1
equipment and CIAL '54 Plymouth, perfect cond A-C, $300. 273-21 Schultz VII..
COMPLETEfors 43.000 sworn to miles. $395. WILL !
radio shop. Hicks FR 6-4405. Phone lage. Phone 216-0256. BE HERE
Radio and Appliances. LOCAL Clergyman has for sale a
feed & play table $6; playpen 1957 Cross country Rambler station 1959 RAMBLER Deluxe 4 door And j
COSCO& pad $8; twin bed i 115; wagon, excellent condition. $500. station wagon radio. heater, ww. John Hipp outsells 'em all! We're ji i
Call FR tires. Clean Inside and out. Excellent
B-4 bag (a luggage piece) i$101 Northcentral Florida's No.
clothes line i 112; car at $700. See Independent
umbrella type
car top luggage rack $10; QO 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible NW 35th Ter. Call FR 6-1392. Dealer and we intend to stay No. 1.1 THURSDAY EVENING :
NW 3otn Ter. 6-C131._ Daytona blue, radio heater, 4 RAMBLER 1960 American wagon
beautiful de- speed transmission, wire wheel clean no dents, runs well. Econ-
KEEP your carpets covers bucket seats, 4,000 miles. omical standard six. Firm price
family.spite constant Get Blue footsteps Lustre.of a Rent busy Take over payments. Phone 376- 500. Betz 1426B SW 18 PL Large Volume means ,,newer-deaner-fresh-
electric shampooer $1. McDan- 4339 or 3729776. er cars to choose from!
lell Furniture Co.. Gainesville 1963 PLYMOUTH station wagon. 4 87 Automobiles Wonter SEPT. 24th.
Shopping Center._ dr.. V-8 A.T.. radio heater power
PRE SEASON SPECIAL, until steering like new. A bargainat CARS WANTED, i950Fords We Guarantee '
Oct. 1* only. Living room i sIZe, $1950. Call 3729607 before 5:30 I & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Service You The Best Deal!
LP GAS HEATER plus our gas PM. or 3723251 after 5:30 P.M.I Station. 916 SE 4th St.
2 cylinders plus complete nor.
mat installation. ready to heat

Archer economically.cost. (Rd.only PROPANE._$15.all 55 LP for GAS$46.65 FRi total SEE OUR THREE'SENSfBLE 4-dr.59 sedan MERCURY automatic, R 899 SAVE HUNDREDS OF $$$!

THE new Fuogco- @ & H, solid white with
loped: green Interior, very good
dition. Make offer. See after 5 condition.
P.M.. John Tynef ield,
306 N.E. 7th Ave.
_CHAIRS, dining desk use. 4 contour -

ea. Also shape 2 elec.walnut hassock finish,-$16.50 type '61 CORVAIR 1 16 GALAXIES LEFT
fans. M ea. Elec. hair clipper)
set $4. 3723841._ SPECTACULARS
BUFFET 2 mirror wardrobe, tilavoratory Pick up truck, automatic, 699

7324._, commode. Phone 3 6- good condition throughout. O N 1 FAIRLANE LEFT

SEARS youth bed. springs ana 126-
coil mattress 2 years old. TrIcycle -
$25. Call FR 25908.

67 Trading Posts 53 CHEV. 1 FALCON STA. WAG. LEFT i

WANTED mos. old,to had swap some bird training dog,last 14 Bel-Air 4-dr., automatic:, 199 1

season. for standard 1 make 12. R&H. ,
guage shotgun. 4812286. C'i i

70 Boats-Marin; Equip.;

S H.P. Johnson excellent condition;
$85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP 61 RENAULT t
Johnson or Evinrude. Phone 316-
9733._ 499 [
1964 LONESTAR fiberglass 14 ft. Dauphine 4- dr. sedan,
with a bait well 18 hp Johnson; heater, very cletan. leather
SVi hp Johnson trailer and Interior.
lights. Will finance If necessary.See .
at 3906 NW 21st Ter._
15'10" Sportscraft boat & Johnson 3m..
25 hp. motor. Original p r Ice
$,OOO will sacrifice for 1200. '62 FALCONDeluxe _._
Phone 376-7882. --
14 runabout boat 35 hp Mercury 2-dr. R&H, Tur- 1299
& trailer, excellent cond. Very
quoise with
good ski outfit. Private owner. 3 Great new 65 Ramblers coming like new.
Only $495. 376-4048._
15' ALUMACRAFT boat. 35 hp
Johnson electric motor TeeNeetilt SEPTEMBER 23
trailer and accessories. $300.

Phone'72 3726918.Office Equipment '60 TR3

COMPARE OUR PRICES RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Roadster, R&H, new top.1 1099
Save on Typewriters. Adding M. good condition,
chines. Check Protectors. Cash: 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 clean.
Registers. Calculators. File Cat -
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Galaxle 500. 4-dr. sedan 1799MOST
73 Musical MerchandiseBAY automatic:, PS R&H,

upright mirror piano.. gOOd leather beautiful chestnut chestnut Interior.with
376-9257. B & MOTORS
tone. Call 3723341 or G.

Upright pianos, $95 and up ONLY
Used spinet pianos.. $495 and up
Used organs $795 and up. 63 Cadillac, sdn., DeVille A.C. $4495! N : A,
Gainesville Shopping Center 62 Cadillac, snd., A.C.$3495

_WILL transfer FR to 25353.responsible_party 61 Cadillac sdn. DeVille A.C. $2795! MORE THAN WHAT :ta 11
choice of four spinet or consol TRUCKS LEFT

litter .Spinet Pick up Piano payments, trade of back Wur 60 Cadillac sdn., A.C., . $2195 WE SELL THEM FOR! -

sound save $220.& motion Wurlitzer, pick Organ up with pay 59 Cadillac, sdn. . . .$1595
ments. we have a piano to fit
702 any W.decor.Univ.EARL'S Ave. 376-0031.PIANO CO.. 57 Cadillac 60" sdn., A.C .$795 Buy anyone of these I

SPINET Pianos (new)Grand beginning Piano.at 56 Cadillac cpe., A.C . .$395 '62 BUICKSpecial i, -
$495. Rebuilt small

$650.those Also fine another factory truck rebuilt load piano of; 62 Olds 98", HIT, sdn., A.C. $2595 4-dr. deluxe, auto. 1799 at cost plus 3%.

We fully Invite guaranteed you to visit arrived us for today.all '62 Olds 98" sdn. A.C. . $2395 trans., V-8, R&H, new "

your LILLIAN'S musical needs.MUSIC STORE '60 Olds 98" HIT, sdn., 9.C. $1495 tires. NOTE! Both offers expire on Sept. 24th.
112 SE 1st Street_
_FOR SALE used console piano. extra 60 Olds "88" HIT, sdn. ._. .$1295

load nice.from of We Boston.good lust used received Make upright your another selection pianos --- 59 Olds 88" H/T, cpe. . .$995 '61 FORD GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SELECTION OF USED CARS

gone. Terms now before for all.they GAINESVILLE are all. 58 Olds "S88", H/T, cpe. .. .$695 Convertible, double' sharp, 1699
MUSIC CENTER 1025 W. equipped with V8. auto. I
Univ. Ave. 372-5421._ 58 Olds sdn., A.C . . $695 trans., R&H. Low 163Galaxie 1961 1958 1958
FOR SALE used comet in good Ford Chev
I Ford
condition with lyre; $50. Cal' 376- 58 Olds sdn . . . .. .$350 Rate Special Galaxie 6-dr.
0986 after 4:00 PM._ Fairlane 5.0.
500 4-dr. V-8, sedan R &H, Bel Air 4-dr. 4
CONSOLE Cabinet for with HI-FI 12"components speak.- 57 Olds., sdn., A.C . . .$395 '53 FORD Ol COM, R&H, COM, PSt Se- V-I, auto. V-.dr 8.< R hardtoo& H,,
er and space Manual 6 10' This PS. lect AC, solid trans., R&H, F ordomatk,
record and player records wth stereo$10. cart. 56 Olds sdn . . . .$395 99 white. green & white. dark green.
ridge $15. F. M. Tuner, $30. Ph. 63 Buick 2-dr. V-8, R&H, Good sec Week $1799 $1245 $245
FR 66009._' A.C. . .$3195 Financing $245
ZENITH 120 base accordian like 59 Buick ond car.
new cost $500 will sell for.. H/T, cpe. A.C . .$995 on all 1953

$175.crest Trailer Also 48 ct.base.. lot A2Automotive$75.. Hill 63 Chevy II Nova, AT . $1795 OLDS

'60 Chevy SW OD . . .$1195 64 VOLKS New 4-dr. sedan it Falcon 1961 Ford 1959 Ford 1955 1961

78 TRUCKS FOR SALE '60 Chevy SW AT . . .$1095 8 pass. bus, split front 2299 and runs. Deluxe .4.dr., Vi ton pickup 4-dr. radio custom, std., tcyU Deluxe Falcon 4-dr.stt .
61 R&H Standard cyL, clean, tran, loci I R &
Impala H/T wgn
1962 INTERNATIONAL Scout, excellent sdn., A.C.$1595 seat, like new condition. Used $49 trans., light dark blue. one owner H, For dom41.

wheel drive condition.pickup Low body.mileage.FR 2-2 58 Chevy V8 . . . .. $250 Cars! green.$899 $545 $195 Ic. dark green.
3737. 2200 NE 15th Ter. [ $945Sri

61 Ford sdn., AC . . .$1395
& ScootersFOR
83 Motorcycies -
59 VAUX.

SALE 1963 Lamoretta owner 61 Falcon, SW . . .$1095 199
condition. 1 '
er, call 3764149 between S P.M. 60 Ford SW . . . $795 Station wagon, heater.

1962& P.M.RALEIGH_Auto. Ecen. '60 Ford ST . . . .$595 SAVE $ 'ON COMPANY

car campus and Call must transportation.FR5525.selL Good. Buying condition \- 58 Ford H/T, cpe., V8 . .$395 UP 900 EXECUTIVE
FOR SALE 1960 Harley _16P$50 57 Ford SW, V8 . . .$395 "Many More To Choose From" TO
cash-needS some re
Sunday FR 2-4511, Monday. FR 61 Chrysler, sdn., A.C . .$1495

84 4.4933.AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 62 Imperial H/T, sdn. A.C.$2995 WE SELL TO

'61 Dodge, SW, PS . .. .$1295
EnguM cleaning.cleaning 732 NW and 1st St.uphols_t e ry '61 Plymouth, 9 pass., SW $1295 SELL AGAINNO

AIR Special.CONDITIONING.$2.50 for performancetest. Tune up 59 Plymouth, SW, . . .0. .$695 SHAW AND KEETCR
An makes and models. ( REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED)
60 H/T
Dodge sdn.
of Chrysler built cars. Hawes-- ,
Powers Motor Co.. Air Condi-
foiling! Servicing Center. 204 N. 59 Chrysler H/T, cpe., A.C.$1095
Main St. Phone FR 2561.. _

Auto MILLER painting& SONS$29.9S 64 Pontiac H/T, sdn. A.C.$3295 GAINESVILLE Hague /, OPEN TIL 9MONDAY

Body work & trucks paintedAll 58 Pontiac sdn . . .. .$295 .1 z s thru
work guaranteed ? :

732 NW 1st St. 56 Pontiac HIT sdn. . .. .$295 $; FRIDAY

85 Automobiles for Sale 61 Rambler SW . . .$1095 <.L

MERCURY clean. $400.Montery 1955. Very 63 Rambler sdn., AT . .$1695 AUTO
FR 6.2895

_Rambler, 1963", No' S5O._original I 58 Hillman sdn. . . .$295

doWn.owner.assume perfect payments.condition Phone$SOO 59 Morris Minor . . .$295
376-9257. 2080 Hawthorne Rd. a

MERCURY. 1955, f passenger *ttionr .; 59 Triumph SW . . v ,$200 AtNESVIU
wagon AT radio heater
good tires one owner good con SALES I
dition. Call 372.234G.PONTIAC ._ CLOSED SUNDAY a

Savoy.SEDAN Call FR 1955.21238.1954 Plymouth ,- I B & G MOTOR CO.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE I r &" ?*? m* mcpy

59 CHEVROLET Impala 4 Dr. I Archer
tiardtop R & H,_ PS '4W, Air,
cond. A good buy., Phone I I Across From Shopping Center

Crown 3357 Imperial 1964 like iww. 312.// 2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6.7515 I PHONE FR 6-5371 GAINESVILLE, FLA.. H'

sell to settle e tate. No air

$4400. Phone 37H123. -... ..... : .- .7' 1'1 _. ;'. _
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302 JI.W. 8th Ave. !:' 1965 FIATSPECIAL
FR 2.2583 '
J II SALE ;, i.


11' SE 1st Ave. 37343X3BUICK :
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'6Z LeJibre, 4 door '
sedan, automatic, transmission 63 BUICK 3395Riviera
power steering power brakes.
radio, heater, air conditioned.low NEW STYLING, MORE HP, in the Fiat
milts. ,??..,.".._,...Sttff hardtop coupe, loaded with full power & air new
MELTON MOTORS cond., like new. X: ? 6COD, most popular of all models made by
70} N. MAIN ST. PR '-' 71
famous Fiat and still lowest in price. Superb
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Value Rated 62 PLYM 1295 4.r operating economy. Unibody construction.

: iji Full warranty end easy payments. Nowhereelse
Used Cars 4-dr. 6 cyl., straight stick. R&H.
B&G MOTOR CO. ,., does every dollar buy you so much car.
Cadillac Oldsmobile fi Try out a 600D. See for yourself; Special
2001 NW 13th St. 57CHEV 5595
<>>t:*:;:' September introductory price.

GAINESVILLEAUTO Wagon. V-8. automatic transmission. R&H.

1007 N. Main SALES St. yxA% ''";' '>::wki: a":,'<:t'A,3y.a. .Fh.3d ,-' ,
Northcentrol Phone FR 2-6313 Florida' 62CHEVII $1795Hardtop _y

Independent Largest Dealer outo. trans.. R&H, Super Sport. "ONE OF THE ALL TIME GREAT TRANS- ..

PORTATION BARGAINS" So Road and '' s ?4'* .. ..
TIME 57 DODGE 295 Track Magazine reports on its test of the v'Q s

FR 2-1411 brilliant, aristocratic new Fiat 11 OOD. It's the ,; >z.x ,'
4-dr. sedan V-3. automatic trans., R&H, air condo
Courtesy Of new version of the famed PEARL OF THE IM-

N.University Main St.at Chevrolet 16th Ave. PORTS. New Lines. New engine with greater w. 1$' 495 ,
59 FIAT 5395 _
torque increases driving ease. Full light windows 9.x, .
BARKLEYMOTORS Good second car. reclining seats padded dash, many luxury a
touches. 4 door unibody construction. '15vli { Yy

"IN BARKLEY'S THE AUTO THE GAME NAME" I '61 (HEY S1195Big Rock bottom price. Easy terms. n' ..

2201 N.Main St.
FR 2-4373 4dr., 6 cyl., automatic transmission. ,. ,;" ,

1964 I '58 CHEV S395Impala ..1ry 9M:1.a(
i k' ;* Brand new for 1965 the Fiat 4 door station
V-8, automatic transmission. R&H.
coupe x f _.,,_________,__.j \ wagon, lowest priced wagon on the market.
I Special September introductory price of only
TEMP S2395 ,Lo ry.r
i 63 $1795 includes all vinyl interior, heater,
,:! CLEARANCE i, LeMans coupe, auto trans., R&H, air cond. ; ,,l < > ,,s s.N ha ., whitewall tires, 4 speed transmission, under

I' 9:.: c ; ...': ? s;:a n hood light, up to 35 miles per 9 olloit. Come in

.. for demonstration ride.
SALE I 60 BUICK $1395 : a

Sta. wagon, V-8 auto trans., R&H, air cond., PS.


Heater solid block.

KEETER r 1965 Triumph 1963 M.G. 1962 TR-4
63 RAMB -1595 r
r TR4 radio, heater wire wheels. Midqer radio heater. Triumph radio, heater, whit. walls.
238 W. University j
Phone FR 6-5371 4dr. R&H. $2995 $1695 $1895

'63 FORD 2295 1964 English 1963 TR-4 1961 Sunbeam

Ford Consul, radio heater. Triumph, radio heater. Alpine radio heater.
Golaxie 4-dr. sedan V-8 auto. trans., R&H. PS, extra
, nice. $1595 $2295 $1295

V '60 DODGE S695 1964 Triumph 1962 Simca 1960 Vauxhall

4-dr. sedan, automatic transmission R&H. TR4 radio, heater. 11,000 miles radio, heater. Sedan radio heater.
'64 VOLKSWAGEN $2695 $995 $695
Deluxe. Microbus sunroof, with '
top windows, radio, heater, and 64 CHEV 2695
other accessories. Only 3.000
miles like new, 50 BHP. .
$2695 1964 Hillman 1962 Volkswagen 1960 Fiat
Malibu hardtop V-8 auto trans.. R&H like new.
'63 PONTIAC Minx Super radio heater automatic transmission Sedan, radio heater Spyder radio heater.

Tempest.speed, transmission.white LeMans with, $1895 red air top.conditioned 4. '59 FORD ::1195 $1695 $1495 $1195

\ '63 red.VOLKSWAGENRuby clean. Galaxie like new.4dr. sedan, V-8 auto. trans., R&H, air cond.. 1964 Triumph 1962 Mercedes 1960 Volkswagen-

$1495 Spitfire radio heater. 190 I sedan, radio. heater. Convertible radio, heater
) '62 VOLKSWAGEN $2095 $2695 $1095
nice.Peart white radio WSW, extra I 58 E. FORD S295

$1295 4-dr. Good second co,.
, '61 VOLKSWAGEN 1963 Fiat 1962 Sunbeam 1960 Alpine
( Beryl green, radio. I 1100 sedan radio heater. Alpine radio heater. Convertible radio,heater.

i '60 VOLKSWAGEN$1095 ,i 62 FORD '2095 $1195 $1695 $1095

Mango green, clean. Convertible v-so auto trans.. R&H, extra sharp.
$995 1963 M.G. 1962 Porsche 1959 Triumph
Sunroof. radio heater, black. 58 CHEV 395 1100 sedan, radio heater. Super radio heater. TR-3. radio heater.
$895 $1595 $2995 $995-=
'64 VOLKSWAGEN 1'2 ton pickup.
Pickup like new. radio.

$1750 1963 Sunbeam 1962 TR-4 1956 Mercedes
'62. ALFA ROMEO 55 HEY $295 .
Sprint. Dark. Wue Immaculatecondition. Alpine, radio heater hardtop. Triumph radio, heater white walls. Overdrive. 180D. radio heater.* -
$2195 ton pickup. $2095 $1995 $995

'Deluxe 61 VOLKSWAGEN Microbus. red and i 58 INTER $1095

I Long wheel base & C&C.
Blue, 3 door, VI alean. I


j I a.. $195 i

l t i Wllerirow- 1 '2201 NORTH MAIN STRET

, :10301fL42:35$2. "Gainesville's Largest Volume Dealer"
\ ,Univ. Av., I 'THE'CHEVY- CORNER: 16th Ave. fir N. Main FR,2-4373 "IN THE AUTO.. GAMEBARKLEY'S THE ,NAME" Open Daily Til 9Sun. Til 6
I t PHONE FR' 6-714 .

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\ 12C Gainesville Sun Sunday, September 20. 1954

: Special' "l etween seasons" price en T&ANE"jhni .

I Revised Mental Patient L.awDrawn Up j Central Heating

& Air ConditioningAvolcJ

the rush save too! Install a clean,
By NORM LaCOE as mentally ill, provided a real- I procedures. I proposal which would give the ment may violate constitutional]t for outpatient-type training for tween safe and seasons"economical special TRANE prices.unit Completely now at "be-in. $985
Sun Staff WriterA tive or guardian requested it, Six proposals relating to I state hospitals power to hold rights of patients detained. retarded persons at the five stalled and guaranteed for os low as . .
new version of the controversial ,and two physicians certified in- administration: of the Florida for 10 days persons who seek Two other major proposalswere ; existing Sunland Centers. / NO DOWN PAYMENT terms to 5 years :
law on involuntary commitment competency.The State Hospitals, names; trials voluntary commitment At pres- approved, one establishing -, Rep. Woodie A. Liles, Plant For Free Estimate :
of mental patients won law was applied primarily 1 visits, collections and discharge ent, voluntary patients may a Mental Health Authority City, is committee chairman. ALL AMERICAN tt*
Approval here Friday .by the to emergency commitments. I procedures.One leave when they wish. 'and setting qualifications for its: Sen.. Nick Connors, chair' Ph 376-8268 HEATING Cr AIR co. I
)legislative committee on men- Critics said this did not meet bill was sent back to subcommittee The objection was made that director, and the other authorizing man of the Legislative Council, I Licensed Bonded- CONDITIONING Insured eC
tal health, clearing the way for standards of the U. S. Constitution for further study, a 10.days' involuntary confine-i child day care programs also attended the meeting. I I i
,action by the Legislative Corm which says persons shall -------- -- -+.
cil and the 1965 Legislature. not be deprived of liberty
The bill is one of 12 which without due process of law.
came before the committee, in- No provision was made thata I'S FALL FURNITURE
cluding a package of 10. One person hospitalized againsthis I
bill was not accepted.The will could contest the action, w
panel, including both Senate call witnesses or get a hearing.In J
and House members, is one its new version, pati- Ethan
of three study committees ents who are committed can- ; Li : FESTIVAL SALE !
which worked Friday, before not to be kept against their will Allen
legislators turned out to play without automatic review of
during the annual University of the case by a judicial officer.In \
Florida and Gainesville Cham- effect, relatives or hospitals 1 \ f4 .Wi
ber of Commerce legislativeday. must justify the commit-
ment action. ,I, Imagine! This inviting, comfortable J ( t 4 t'
The mental health committee -
In its earlier version, the involuntary -
commitment 1 Jaw scheduled its next, and last, ,,

came not setup under safeguards fire because for it men-did meeting Tallahassee.At Nov.. 12 at 2 p.m. in ETHAN: ALLEN r $Y*

ial patients.It that time, it will take up
one major item of business GAPE COD 14 ;
was repealed by the 1953 1v t _
which was not on Friday's agen-
Florida Legislature. da. This is the proposal for
Persons could be committed community health centers j

throughout Florida.
The package of bills which I ONLY 2995 Regularly .1(
CounterfeitersTurn committee approval include I -
won these measures: 3 c \ .L 15 i \::: I 1 )
t 1 1f'i
Up InRoad A revision of section 801, + :
the Child Molester Act, to clar- jt 1 :. v:.. ...
title create Florida I
ify a new
Dept. Research and Treatment Center s1 1 4. )1 *
for juveniles involved in
Three employes of the Arkansas sex crimes, and spell out pro- 3 f ..

Highway Department were cedures.A.revision of 917.12, relat- !
charged Friday with making ing to criminal sexual psychopaths 1iri:
counterfeit currency in the state
who are not psychotic,
CapitolA fining them and spelling outmmmmnm

fourth man, who worked for
a transportation company, was }

bills.charged with possessing phony I t I I 1' EtbanAllen '

Service (/ you wish to preserve the. I :: AMERICAN mnrro .
Leroy Letteer, Secret
glorious and human
special agent in charge here, civilization country which we ourselves \
'said about 150 bills in ones and inherited, first hive "gaft our CUSTOM ROOH ELAN HffiNTTOBEf
10s had been recovered. He said constructor opposition to Commu .-
the money had been distributed nism. Because w* are effective '-,....- ':::2 :' s,' It's a Carnival of value! A twice a year opportunity
among the men, but said he did w* have been smeared by every ,. e 's to purchase these famous Ethan Allen pieces.
not know if any had been circu- conceivable method, but the ."- ,.It Flot-to-the-wall. flush-end units that fit side by side,
lated. time has come when ypu should ,e '
find out for yourse/f. Introductory under windows, around corners to create maximum
The three department em- Pocket postpaid, in plain envelope .,,._r..t ro : storage in a minimum of space So easy to coordinate, ;
ployes were reproduction tech- if preferred for one dollar. a-- so wonderful to decorate with i! Chests, tables, :
nicians, and used state equip- Writ to The John Birch Society ft. N4; wM k ./' '' choirs, shelves, cabinets Over 600 open stock V
ment in the counterfeiting, Belmont/ Massachusetts 02178. 4 h >4 pieces for every room in the house in Maple, Birch ,

Letteer. said. ft. Adv.I ,..;, .' Solid Cherry, or Antiqued Pine at budget prices. '
; 1 Start now and add as your needs require. So ccme to
*- it : '. the Fair Come in today! j*
_uI FALL Ethan A lien Yx :;

a EARLY AMERICANA 30" Two Door Cabinet 79.50 ;::;; .

tEI1iib PLANT I I welcome decorator-accent for any room living 30" Bookcase Top'. .TTfT/t*-:49.50W"4Tl75'x- .!-* .. :

room bedroom, family room or teen bedroom-study. 40" Dresser .. .O'' ..... ... 104.50, 89.95 ,:

ru asnnl risillr srsti Solid maple and birch, it is finished in white or nut- \,:. # tl ,. 40" Bookcase Top .. .. 67.50 59.95 :
meg brown and detailed and trimmed with gold. :J. f.
SALE .. .. ..
40" Student Desk 95.00 84.95
(White and black finishes also available with nutmeg : I ,. :
i brown seat at slight additional cost. This gracefully }_I \ .. 2 tV itw: .*& 24" Bookcase Top .. . 43.00 34.75

proportioned rocker is more than a colorful Colonial ;r V '- 24" Chest .. .: .., ,.. .. 75.00 64,95
SAVE4. : :I accent, it's a knitting corner study hall, heavy-think- '' tr 40" Three Door Cabinet. 105.00 89.75 ;
NOW ing haven and tranquilizer all rolled into one. Right s:

s now it is unbelievably low priced. It's just pne; of over 4 P ,

k 600 open stock units available. Come in to see. the .$ .

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3-inch size Pots! on Totem Pole GRACIOUS ENTERTAINMENT. .


1 DINING. ROOM or From sunlight to candlelight, cherry extends a worm
42" Round Plastic Top Extension. Table (opens to invitation !it makes every meal take on a "special
3 for SIOO .
5-PIECE SET- occasion" feeling. See it today.
PRIOE SALE chairs., .
Either will 48U round "ten- 52 ) and 4 comb. back mates
variety give
you Your Choice REG. PRICE SALE
an outstanding showing in sion table, opens Regularly 183.50 O'' SALE-159.50 5-PIECE SET Rectangular extension
See how much beauty you your home and win admiration 'fo 72" with 4 287.50 249.00 '". f table 38"x56". Opens to 86" with 4 299.
can enjoy at. such fittli cost The totem pole brings mates chairs. .,' ladder back chairs. Reg. 369.00 . .

choose "philodendron" the characteristic tallness 2 4900 5-Pc. ; Room Suite with Wood Top
"pathos" need little to the fore! The loveliest 50" too. 149.50 38" SERVER AND GLASS DOOR i
hutch SALEOO
sunshine in the home, easily indoor garden plants you .
grown! could want! HUTCH TOP. Reg. 293.50 . .
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-* 9i1T 116.00 351.00

O 1 .. Ethan Allen Recliner Colonial Sofa

Finest ofConstruction : "
8995 19900

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Your favorite "live" green 79.59 ANTIQUE PINE 22 9.00 t .
POTTED PLANTSWe :, Apothecary Chest Antique Pine Dry Sink

a : with Hutch TOP -/QOO
Y y 5995
have chosen the best of the ONE ONLY ONE ONLY -LUSolid -'

varieties for this exciting group C ,.
Cordatum Orange Queen Marble 99 f
Queen Panduraforme. Pertussum and OPEN MON. AND FRI.
Hastatum. Easily grown easy to take Maple and Birch BEDROOM NIGHTS TIL 9 0'CL OC K
care of! '
54nchPoh Here is an excellent starter OJ7Z 1
bedroom -the luxurious .c.- .' ,
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.G 4, C. M e. y, co.. way You- can .double-dr.esserSALE: 19900 .. Comhaiw
an open. stock chest later. Includes -
CENTRAL PLAZA. SHOPPING CENTER 50" double dresser Regularly 253.00 WHERE DECORATING IS / */
mirror, nite table and bed. All I
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