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 28, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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12,000-word summary of the Warren Report on .

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be found on Pages 6 to 8 today. ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY


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Harvey Oswald, hostile to his
4fi world and hungry for fame,
WASHINGTON A sweeping revision of the organi-
President John F.
zation and basic operating practices of the United States
Kennedy and shot his
, Secret Service was urged Sunday in the report of the $ M way
infamy without the help of
.R Y : L any
high commission investigating the assassination of Presi-i'J F
iii zat. '8 conspiracy, the Warren Commission
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.}ffi dent Kennedy. Y ak; i
r f The group headed by Chief reports.
1 the time of the assassination And Jack Ruby also acted as
Justice Earl Warren sharply rebuked S a
raised the question in some gov- .e5. a loner when he gunned down
the for failure to
agency s: (?cf2 Oswald in the Dallas
ernment quarters whether the t. jail two
make adequate preparations for
could survive the days after the President's
agency com-
the visit of President
mission's indictment of it. jfrt death, the commission said in
Dallas, Texas, last Novem-
The commission its report to President Johnson
acknowledged -
ber. It also reprimanded the
Federal Bureau of Investigation in the report that "sugges- fl ir which was made public Sunday
1 tions have been advanced to night.
} for failure to supply the Se-
the commission for the transferof It told Johnson there were
cret Service with information on
all of the loopholes in
the whereabouts of the assas- or parts presidential presidential protection

sin, Lee Harvey Oswald, in protective responsibilities of %r and urged that the murderof
the Texas city. the Secret Service to some other a President or vice presidentbe
department or agency." made a federal crime. It
The State Department, too, The commission felt thai any +1 r criticized some operations of the
was mildly taken to task and Pt1h 4x.
such recommendation was be- t Secret Service, the FBI, Dallas
admonished to scrutinize more yond its terms of reference and police and the news media.
carefully any requests for return was a determination that shouldbe The President promptly
to the United States of defectors
made by the executive and named a four-man group to I
such as Oswald "who Congress after study by a Cab- advise him on the commission'srecommendations. -
have evidenced disloyalty or inet committee which it recom- And Senate ;
hostility to this country or who mended in the report. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield ;

have expressed a desire" to renounce This committee of Cabinet said that if White House f

their citizenship. members, including the secre- k recommendations come, Congress :- ,
But the brunt of the commis- tary of the treasury and the attorney "should stay in session to

sion's indictment was directedat general or the National <4 wag 4a carry them out"
the century old agency responsible Security Council "should be as- i Among the, first to comment jo
for the safety of the signed the responsibility of reviewing : on the commiss' >n's' findings .l

President and his family. Its and overseeing the pro- was'RobertF. Kennedy, brother
chief complaint was that the tective activites of the Secret of the late President. The former .4"

Secret Service had not checked Service and other federal agencies -. .,. t -,..... attorney general, now run- 1
(APyirephofo To ;itif. _.Sun)
any buildings along the route that assist in safeguardingthe '
Ding for the US. Senate in New
of the presidential motorcade President," the report said. :Inside Cover of Report York, said the commission's

\\l I in Dallas nor asked the local Principal recommendations of inquiry was thorough and con- t

police to do so. the commission for imp rove- The reader opening the 296-OQQ-word: official report, by the Warren Commission has at hand a portrait of the late scientious, and that he was

One of the chief recommen- ment of presidential protection President Kennedy. The seven-n an commission condensed months of testimony and photographs of exhibits into a satisfied it had "investigatedevery 1

dations of the commission called included the following: two-inch thick, 888-page report';Vwhich was submitted to President Johnson last week. lead and examined;,every |
for the appointment of a new -Appointment by the secre- piece of evidence." He said he f
special assistant to the secre- tary of the treasury of a new .did not intend to read the re
tary of the treasury with gen- special assistant responsible di- 'P ort
eral survisory authority over rectly to him and "with the responsibility The Doubters Answered: Texas Gov. John B. Connally,

the Secret Service. What would of supervising the who was riding with Kennedy
happen to the present office of service." This official would be when the President was assasi-
chief of the Secret Service now required to have "sufficient stature ,
and in law Nrm Uark Stittrn tion" had led ,"myths" and Committee of Inquiry here, ROUTE: Joesten contends nated last Nov. 22 in Dallas,
held by James J. Rowley after experience en-
1 1 appointment of the superchief forcement, intelligence or allied By PETER KIHSS "distorted" interpreta t ion s. contended that if the report contained there had been a last-minute detour = said he agreed fully with the

was not explained in the report. fields" so as to keep the secre- NEW YORK The Warren While each innacuracy could all the available evi- in Dallas on Nov. 22, the Warren Commission's conclu.

time the tary fully informed on all developments Commission offered a series of be explained, it, went on, "The dence,. "Oswald would have day of the shooting, bringing sions.
\ At found same that the actionsof com- relating to presidential detailed rejections Sunday to number and variety misstate- been 'acquitted" of both the the President's car just past the The general feeling in Dallaswas
mission protection.The challenges to the charge that ments issued by the police" hi President's assassanation and Texas school book depository that the commission's report -
the Secret Service agents for immediately the- Secret Service should Lee Harvey Oswald had been Dallas would have '"greatly as-' the murder of Dallas'patrolman building after turns from Main amounted to a verdict of
responsible sisted a skillful defense attorney. J. D. Tippit. into Houston and then Elm innocent for the city where Ken-
'I President's safety in the motor- "completely overhaul its facil- the lone killer of President ." nedy met death. t
cade "demonstrate that the ities devoted to advance detec- Kennedy.The Among the issues dealt with Streets. Overseas the British !
tion of potential threats againstthe said On the hand Mark T commisssion. said the press ,
President and the nation can expect commission, "publi- other by the commission were the generally agreed that the com ,
courage and devotion to President." This would in- cizing of unchecked informa Lane, chairman of a Citizens' following: (See DOUBTS on Page 2) mission came up with an honest

duty from agents of the Secret (See SECRET SERVICE Pg. 2)) and competent report But the

Service." report was denounced by the

The report insisted, however, Moment Tragic Scene at Hospital Is Retold Communist press.

that its recommendations for : The Warren report pinned
improvements in presidential Of AnguishWASHINGTON down Oswald's guilt, to the
protection were "compelled by t By JOHN BARBOUR neck and head he had hovered perhaps his last words. His "saw the President's skull torn commission's own unqualified I I

\ the facts disclosed in this in- (AP) These WASHINGTON (AP) The somewhere beyond reality, wife, Jacqueline, at his side open under the impact of the certainty, under a weight of
vestigation." It noted that manyof anguished cries in the moments last rites were given. In the somewhere short of death. "saw quizzical look on her hus- bullet. As she cradled her mor- eyewitness testimony and other \

these had been initiated on after President John F. Kenne- emergency room the doctors Now for the benefit of histo- band's face as he raised his left tally wounded husband, Mrs. (See WARREN on Page )

its own by the Secret Service dy and Texas Gov. John B. still worked feverishly. But they. ry, a presidential commission, hand to his throat." Kennedy cried, 'Oh, my God, 3)I I
since the assassination and that Connally were shot last Nov. 22 were nearly helpless. headed by Chief Justice Earl Then a second shot and she they, have shot my husband. I
some others had been adoptedon in Dallas are reported in the Warren, has recounted the her- love you, Jack.' City
Then, it, was noted: "There
of the Warren Commission report: culean efforts to save a life that
the suggestion com- Meet
was electrical silence of thePresident's Wind to Hit Doctors later said: "President DelayedTonight's
mission. Others, because of already was beyond saving.
heart"Atabout Kennedy could have survived
1 money costs, remained to be President Kennedy: "My God, 'It began at about 12:30 p.m. in Gainesville
the((neck injury, but the head City
I 1 Dallas time, .
approved by the Budget Bureau I am hit"Mrs. p.m. a span'of something less than
''l Fla. CoastMIAMI wound was fatal. meeting has been
,. Nov.: 22, 1963: the last small eight'seconds, but not less than until
It was evident from the report Kennedy: "Oh, my God, flicker of hope had gone out about five. At autopsy, Navy and Army postponed next Monday.
I that the commission madeno they have shot my husband. I Dr. Kemp Clark, chief neurolo- .The first bullet struck the (AP) An Easterlywave doctors said, "It is our opinion Commissioners are scheduledto

effort to blame any indi- love you, Jack." gical surgeon, pronounced the President in the .back of the formed during the night that the wound of the skull resume their committee review
viduals in government for the end of 46 years and 177 days of base of his neck above the in the Bahama Islands and produced such extensive dam- Thursday of the proposed

tragedy last November but Gov. Connally: "Oh, no, no, life for John Fitzgerald Ken- shoulder blade to the right of moved toward the lower flori- age to the brain as to precludethe budget for the fiscal year

sought rather to assign respon- no. My God, they are going to nedy, 35th president of the the spine. It tore through the da east coast today with wind possibility of the deceased which begins officially on Thurs

sibility to weaknesses in the kill us all." United States. front of his neck, below the .gusts up to 55 miles an hour. Surviving this injury." day.City
overall protective system. But For the last half hourof that t.;.-adrri's'apple, at the knot of his The Miami Weather Bureau That first bullet, however, had Manager Bill Green is in

its unstinted criticism of Se- Mrs. Connally: "It's all right. life from the time two bullets ','.. ,raised small craft warnings on not yet spent its fury. As it Chicago this week for the Inter
cret Service procedures up to Be still." ripped through the President's X'My God, I am hit," he cried the coast from Vero Beach emerged from the President's national City Manager's Assn.
southward through the Florida throat, it began to yaw and convention. He will return Wed

Keys and over Florida Bay. (See DEATH on Page 2)) nesday city after recreation delivering a paperon

E Post-Game Melee at UF Showers with winds of 20 to programs.
25 knots were forecast with J

gusts reaching squalls. 50 knots in isolated I AtAGlanceBy

University of Florida officials were "comparing notes" this Easterly waves sometimes develop -

morning in the wake of Saturday night's student riot in which eight into tropical storms. The THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
8 Students Arrested Weather Bureau said a close .
were arrested. ; Here in brief are the findings of the Warren '
Assistant Dean of Men Arnold Wirtala said disciplinary action watch would be kept on this .one sion's report on the assassination of President Commi*.
will be contemplated against the eight, most of whom were charged especially after it crosses the Kennedy John P.
conduct and resisting arrest. Dean Disorderway Florida Peninsula and moves
with disorderly Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby acted
out into the Gulf of Mexico. as loners-
the first thing on our agenda, Wirtala said.
"It's there was no conspiracy, domestic or foreign. '
The melee, involving about 1,200 students began shortly after the Secret Service measures to guard the President

broadcast of the Florida-Mississippi State football game in Jackson, Patrol several hours to disperse the mob, but apparently no, insufficient; Also the FBI failed to tip the, Secret Serve were

won by the Gators. real damage was.done. ice. to Oswald's presence in Dallas.
police reported the students began gathering around the Gainesville firemen' doused WHERETO committed in the
Campus three bonfires and sped,to answer Dallas police errors events that led
College Inn on West University Avenue, opposite the campus. When three other,false alarms.It to the killing of Oswald by Ruby; news media must alsS
the crowd reached mob-size proportions, it moved to the intersection FIND IT "share responsibility for the failure of law
and 13th then south was reminiscent of a similar 'victory celebration" last October
of West University Street on 13th to Yulee occurred in connection with the death
when the Florida Gators beat the University of,Alabama OswaldI"
Tuscaloosa. '
Hall, a girls' dormitory. Comics .. 14 Methods for protecting presidents must be drasticaflv
Several bonfires were lit, some of them fed by construction signs Classified ... .15-17 modernized. '
ripped up. Traffic was blocked and a large trailer truck carrying Dean.of Men Frank T. Adamstermed the Saturday night frolics Entertainment 13 Murder of a president or :vice president should,be
refrigerated food was halted. The truck's back doors were pried "police baiting, reflecting on poor upbringing." Obituaries ... 2 a federal crime. $tade

pen and students took: several cases of food. ..'."Thia type of celebration has no part on a modern campus," Opinion Page . 4 The State Department should be extremely
It took the combined efforts of the campus police force, 25 Adams was quoted. as ,saying in the campus. newspaper Florida Sports . 11, 12 permitting American defectors to return to the careful# =
and a detachment from the Florida Unit
Cainesville policemen High- Alligator. / States. .
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;I PEOPLE in the NEWS- \More.' About Secret Service.. ,:--o.i- J .;, ;", .y Warren Report SidelightsI

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: ", ,,. : (C) New Yerk TimesWASHINGTONThe developed for
'-' '- ', the Dallas police chief last No- partisan support

: % : J'i \ '- ''* 1 Warren vember. quick congressional action tom.ake

nrief1yI \. :_ ,. : From Page ,Commission's report on ,t h e The Warren Commission. said it a federal crime to as-

r that after President John F. sassinate a' president or vice
i redefinition of the for the President's to Dallas assassination President Ken-
elude a potential alert agency such as : trip
.._.. ___, I demand instruc-\n e d y is virtually guaranteed Kennedy was assassinated president.
and written
"""' ''''''''-' >''''"' '<' -''''' '''''''''''''' ''' =':> threats prompt F.B.I. to list Oswald as a poten- received no : Democratic Lead
best-seller status Dallas police gave a "running Senate
Ak [notice of them to the Secret tial threat to the safety of the !tions or advice about particular ment documents among officials govern commentary" tonews media, Mike Mansfield of Montana said

iServkc by other agencies as, President.! problems that might arise. predicted should
sometimes imparting hearsayand in an interview Congress
[well as installation of latest and I It mentioned among factors He had no checklist of taskshe Sunday. even erroneous Information. stay in session to act swiftly on

(most efficient data process-: pointing in this direction theF.B.i's was expected to perform or- The official document, "re "On Sunday after Oswald was Warren Commission recom-

ling techniques.The knowledge of his defec- to pass on to the local police.It port of the President's Commis-shot, Hoover dispatched a per- mendations for tightened security -

agency should improvethe tion (to Russia), his arrogance was noted that the Secret ion on the Assassination o f sonal message to (Police Chief in the guarding of presidents.The .

ft .- protective measures in planning and hostility to the United Service had no more than 28 President John F. Kennedy," Jesse E.) Curry requesting him Senate Judiciary Committee -

x ,,' and conducting presidential States, his pro Castro tenden- agents assigned to President went on sale at 8:30 a.m. today 'not to go on the air any more is scheduled to meet

N .4 <,; motorcades and its present' cies, his lies when interrogatedby Kennedy's Dallas visit. The at the retail bookstore of until this case, is resolved." I I Tuesday and may take up at

precautionary attention to build- the F.B.I., his trip to Mexico commission indicated that this the United States superintendent Hoover testified later that that time several bills to makeit

lings along such ruutes.TheSecretService. where he was in contact with was understandable in view of of documents, Government Curry agreed not to make anymore federal crime to kill a presi-
|r also Soviet authorities, his presencein the deployment of agents at Printing'Office, 710 North Capitol statement: The
Q vice committee
should continue its recent efforts Houston San Antonio and Ft dent or president.
the school book depository Street, Washington 25, D.C. Th
.... : ': l1' : and forma- Worth for the visits had been awaiting
to presidential
"improve location the
and its along
$ job
k / A spokesman stressed that four members of the committee
: : ,'" .' ,,' F."o/".,::,.. lize" its relationships with local route of the motorcade.Of earlier the same day. mail orders must include a return -appointed by President Johnson commission report before act-

j police departments in areasto its conclusion that all But it observed that 600 members ing.
-( address and a check or to advise him "on the execution" -
be visited by the President.The these considerations should have of the Dallas police depart-
money order for $3.25 for the of the commission's recommendations -
.L I y Secret Service shouldbe induced an alert federal police ment, fire department, county cloth-bound edition, or $2.50 for are: More About

provided by Congress with agency to have listed Oswaldas sheriff's department and the the paperback. Secretary of the Treasury

LI the additional personnel and facilities a potential threat to the Pres.! Texas department of, 'p u bUc '4t'Ieasrfour private publish Douglas, Dillon, acting Atty.
which it can demonstrate commission said I safety had been called into the
ident the : Death
ersxplan !foduplicate the reportfor Gen. Nicholas deB: Katzenbach,
to be needed to fulfill "This conclusion may be ting- protective arrangements, and I I sale in bookstores and on director John A. McCone of the

its important mission. ed with hindsight but is stated added: ,
paperback book racks at newsstands Central Intelligence Agency,
-Even after obtaining addItional primarily to direct the thoughtof "Despite this dependence on and drugstores. and McGeorge Bundy, John- From 1

.- personnel the Secret Service those responsible for the future local authorities, which wouldbe son's special assistant on national Page

would require the resources safety of our presidents to substantially the same on a WASHINGTON: (AP) Stop affairs.WASHINGTON .
and cooperation of many fed the need for a more imaginative visit by the President to any talking was the advice FBI security twist in flight, tore through the

.., eral agencies. These agencies, and less narrow interpretation -large city the Secret Servicedid Director J. Edgar Hoover gave (AP) Bi- back of Gov. John B. Connallyof
the FJJ.L in particular, should of their responsibilities." not at the time -of the as- Texas in the front seat, traversed -

continue: the practice adopted The report added that "it is sassination have any established Weather muscle and lung and

.. since the assassination of providing the conclusion of the commis- procedure governing its relations Roundup created a great wound in his

:; the Secret Service with sion that even in the absenceof with them. chest. It tumbled on to inflict its

: personnel and other aid and Secret Service criteria which "It had no prepared checklist tinal wounds on the governor'sright

there should be closer liaison specifically required the refer- of matters to be covered wrist and left thigh. The

between the service and all ral of such a case as Os- with local police on such visits governor was to recover under

1 other agencies.The wald's to the Secret Service, a to metropolitan areas and no expert care but not before

President's physician more alert and carefully considered written description of the role collapsing in great pain

1 should accompany him at all treatment of the Os- the local police were expectedto The limousine roared away,
times and should be near wald case by the bureau might perform. Discussion wit I ZONESA taking both wounded men to
'1 : enough to him to be immediately such the Dallas authorities and re Mostly cloudy and mild through i IRMS
'.- ZvfZt have brought about- a re. Tuesday with widely scattered thun- Parkland Memorial Hospital,
> available in event of an ferral." quests made of them were entirely dershowers. Low tonight 70 to 76. High 7' radioed ahead to
f / <.tI. Tuesday 10 to 15. while police
r., (::. -t r i ffi r .t,;! emergency. The report brought out thatso informal." B C DPartly cloudy to alert doctors.
"\, ':,! ,.. "'"'Ii ..;: -Congress should pass legislation far from informing, the' Secret In addition to its insistence night-and Tuesday with a few

f'o.:- '.13 ;. # Z..tJtttJ il, making assassination of Service about the presenceof on formalizing in writing all localshowers;,_ becoming more By 12:43 p.m., the Presidentwas

Ji i11 i;: the President or vice presidenta Oswald in the School Book Secret S e r vice arrangementswith frequent Tuesday. Low to- in Trauma Room One a

% kbi- i federal crime since "a stateof Depository, its Dallas agent, state and local authorities: night in the 70s. High Tues- well-equipped emergency room

affairs where U.S. authoritieshave James P. Hosty Jr., made no as well as with other federal day 85 to 90. East and south designed to cope with the most

: _:_ .,;< no clearly defined jurisdiction effort to obtain his rooming agencies bearing on president east winds 10 to 20 miles an severe physical damage. Firstat

L' ..::.w ;*", ...... .._':.'.,,._'..._..wI to investigate the assas- house address from his em- al protection, the commission, hour.E the President's side was Dr.
sination of a President is ano ployers nor to make any personal insisted on stricter observance F -, Partly cloudy through Tuesday Charles J. Carrico, a general

I CAP Wlreptwto to the Sun) malous." contact with the man he was of the rules governing off duty more with I frequent few local Tuesday.showers Low becoming tonight surgery resident who had been

Aside from the Secret Service then actively investigating.It conduct of agents traveling ,with in the 70s. High Tuesday 85 toto. treating another patient nearby.He .
No FlatfootWearing East and southeast winds 10 to 20 .,..
Rocky's failure to inspect buildings alongthe was noted in the report the President. miles an hour.
Dallas motorcade the had been out G Partly cloudy through Tues- described the President !
route that quoted
I agent Hosty The investigation brought day with a few local showers becom- "The President
was on
her new police uniform, Rocky Rakocin- commission was most criticalof before the commission by Lt. that in the early morning hoursof ,, ing rather frequent Tuesday. Low tonight GAINESVILLE WEATHER :
in the 70s. ashen
High Tuesday in mid his back his
ski, whose real first name is Virginia, prepares to what it called the inadequacyof Jack Revill of the Dallas policeas the day the President was: 10*. Small craft warnings are display Municipal Airport read ings complexion ,
the criteria in collecting him that 'The F.B.I. ed from Vero Beach southward for for 24 hours to 8 blue-white, agonized breathing
tackle her first assignment after being graduatedfrom telling shot and after be had retired to I easterly winds 15 to 25 miles an hour a.m. today: in with death
the Chicago Police Academy. Although she material concerning po. had information that Oswald his hotel in Ft Worth, nine ofj' and higher In showers in the south portion High 89 at 2 p.m., low 73 at a struggle eyes

will become the first policewoman in the suburb of tential threats to the President's 'was capable of committing duty agents repaired to the Ft. tonight.'Tuesday.Winds becoming southeasterly 6 a.m. No rain. open but unresponsive few, no chest no-

Skokie, Rockie will spend this week patroling Chicago safety. this assassination". This assertion -Worth press club just after mid' day HI with- a Partly few local cloudy showers through becoming Tues- SUN ALMANAC ticeable sounds that pulse might, a have been

with other policewomen. "In attempting to identify allegedly made to Revill night in hopes of getting some rather frequent Tuesday. Low tonight Sunset today .h... ..... .... 4:18 p.m.
in the mid 70s. High Tuesday Sunrise tomorrow......... 4:21 a.m heart beats.
those individuals who might following the apprehension of food. The report said "they had U to W. Small craft wamlngs.TEMPIRATURES The MO Oft rises ........ .., 11:5 p.m
ASIA AWARD prove a danger to the president, Oswald was denied by Hosty. : ELSEWHERE tonight and rides high near the Twins,
little opportunity to eat duringthe His first task racing
High Low Preclft.iJacksonvllle New Moon ........... ....... Oct. .s
.Henry Cabot Lodge, former the Secret Service has largely The alleged Hosty statementwas day." U 73 The planet, Venus, moving eastward against time was to insert a I

ambassador to South Viet Nam, been the passive recipient of included in a memorandum Unable to obtain food, accord- Miami Tampa 88 84 7 76* .25 this among week the approaches stars In Its Regulus background in. the, tube into the torn windpipe,

will be the first recipient of the threatening communications to by Revill to his chief dictated fag to the report, all agents remained Atlanta New Orleans 81 78 41 73 .If constellation Leo.MARINE. administering pure oxygen to

Thomas A. Dooley Foundation's the president and reports from to his secretary later the for a glass of beer or Boston 73 51 FORECAST aid breathing.

Splendid American Award, it other agencies which independently -same day. The secretary told a mixed drink of alcoholic, bev Washington New York 79 73 55 50 .10 10 EAST to 20 GULF knots: East tonight to southeast and Tuesday.winds Other doctors rushed to his

evaluate their informa- the comraisssion she did prepare Chicago 58 50 A few local showers becoming more aid. Dr. Malcolm 0. Perry, the
,wa announced Sunday in San erage. Kansas City 61 41 frequent Tuesday.
tion for possible sources of dan.ger" such a memorandum and Although no: more than three Denver 69 37 first, worked at improving the
Ft. Worth 60 55 .41 CEDAR KEY
...The award will be presented the commission said. Police Chief Jesse E. Curry glasses of beer nor 1-% mixed Los Angeles 76 57 Tuesday High at 6:19 am. and President's breathing. Dr. Car.
to American who "This was the consequence of and District Attorney Henry drinks were imbibed by any of Seattle 4* 48 10:14 PJH. Low at 12:14 ajn. and m 2:3 rico began giving blood transfu-

V 'bas'annually an the ideals of the service's lack of adequate M. Wade testified that they the agents, the episode prompted sions and other lifepreservingfluids
exemplified I 5 ForecastTemperatures I
investigative staff, its inabilityto saw the document the same the commission to observe Day through the President's
America to the people of Asia. '
t : process large amounts of day.The that "it is conceivable that right leg and arm.

:HST HONOR data, and its failure to provide commission left this con- those men who had little sleep, are expected to grees, lows from 65 to 70 degrees Doctors worked to control the

: T TAP specific descriptions of the tradiction unresolved. It seem- and who had consumed alcoholic average near the seasonal in the extreme north and massive bleeding there was

..Former President Harry S. kind of information it sought." ed more concerned with the dif beverages, even in limited norms over Florida during the 70s elsewhere. Weathermen,predict an estimated quart and a halfi

Truman was honored in absentia For this reason the commission ference between the Secret Serv- quantities might have been next five days. Daily highs an inch or two of rain, of blood on the drapes and floor

Sunday in New York with found that although the ice and the F.B.I. "As to whether' more alert in the Dallas motOrcade should range from 84 to 88 de- mostly .in showers. -and others worked in shifts at

the distinguished Service F.B.I. in the normal exerciseof Oswald fell within the cate- if they had retired promptly trying to massage a life pulse

Award of the Free Sons of Is- its responsibility had obtained gory of 'threats against the in Ft. Worth." More About back into the heart.
considerable information President' which should be
referred -
rael.Truman The report conceded that Finally came the word that'the
scheduled to personI about Oswald, "It had no official to the service".. This that these had'
"there is no evidence DoubtsFrom electrocardiograph ]
I I ally receive the award, had to responsibility under Secret point bore directly on its con- men failed to take any action showed no sign of heart action:

cancel his appearance at the Service criteria" to refer cern about the lack of liaison in Dallas within their power ,

fraternal order's breakfast because such information to the agency between the two agencies at that would have averted the Page 1

of prior commitments. mainly responsible for the Pres- the time of the assassination.It tragedy." It went on to say -

ident's protection. The report quoted with evident approval -I that, "the instantaneous and route was decided upon Nov. mission confirmed that the Secret FUNERAL

I SEPARATED then added: from testimony of the agentin heroic response to the assassi- 18[ and was described in both Service had no word on

Actress Sue Lyon and her "The commission believes charge of the Secret Service nation of some of the agentswas Dallas newspapers on Nov. 19. him. The Dallas police, it said, I
that the F.B.I. took
\ husband Hampton Fancher III, an unduly protective research section that in the finest tradition of It held that the route was "en- did not know he was in the city
( Wirephoto to the Sun) I restrictive view of its responsi- the information known to theF.B.I. ; NOTICES
have separated, a spokesman government service. tirely appropriate. he was not being watched that
bilities in
preventive intelli- if known to him "would
for the actress said Sunday inHdl1. Seven year old Melanie The investigation e 11 c ited BRIDGE: The commission
gence work prior to the assas- have made Oswald a subject of
Griffith helps her mother, actress sination." to the Secret Service." from members of the Ft Worth conceded "many people near the commission added
Fancher 26 and Miss Lyon, Tippi Hedren, and her concern that none of the agents the believed shots
press depository"
It added that while the F.B.I. The report also quoted testi- that directors of both the F.B.I.] DIXON MRS. SALLY A KM- Funeral
-18: ,.were married last Decem- manager, Noel Marshall, cut thus under who visited the press club "was had come from a railroad ,and Central services for Mrs. Sally Ann Dixon
was no obligation to F.B.I. Director J. Ed- Intelligence Agency -
mony by age 13 housewife will be at 1 p.m.
: ber.The their wedding cake in Holly inform the Secret Service Os-! Hoover in support of agentHosty's ,inebriated or acted improperly. bridge or adjoining area aheadof I testified he was never "usee on Tuesday September, lOU at New-
spokesman said there wood Sunday at a reception gar ." Testimony brought out that the President's car. But the berry Methodist Church. Burial will be
wald was working In the Tex- failure to consider Os- by either agency in any capac In City Cemetery under the directionof
immediate plans for a following their wedding. It the nine agents remained at the it said Wilson Funeral Home Lake City
were no as School Book Depository at wald as a danger to the presi- overpass, was guardedby 'ity." While he 'got a passportin
Florida. Mrs. Dixon who lived at New-
minutes to 1-%
the second for club from 30
divorce.: was wedding the time of the President's planned dent and to refer him as suchto two Dallas policemen, and 24 hours in June 1963, the berry died September 27 19" Mrs.
both. hours and that the last one left they and 13 railroad Dixon was a member of Newberry
motorcade through Dallas, the Secret Service. Hooverwas employeswith commission said this was routinely Methodist Church. Surviving membersof
HALTS REBELS the information in its the premises at 2 a.m. them denied That any : the family are 5 daughters: Mrs.
saying: and
quoted as processed "the
I, DROP JACKIE poses- of the passports Maya O. Smith. Newberry Mrs. Edith
... After that
two agents
.- S U. S. Special sion should have induced "an "There was nothing up to the shots were fired from there. I of 24 other persons, on Thomas, High Springs Mrs. Katherine
.. .'The Social List of returned to their rooms. The Crack in the shield of the O. demon Daytona Beach Mrs. Virginia
Forces Major.Edwin Washington time of the assassination that presIdential I the same list sent from New Orleans Maddox Mulberry 3 sons: Earl
E. dropped' the name of Mrs. indication that this other seven went to the cellar automobile, the report Dixon Key Largo John Dixon Panama -
gave any to Washington were
fcttuariesOWENS "described authorized Canal Zone William Dixon, Tuscaloosa -
Grand. John F. this because character coffee house by said, were caused by bullet .
Brooks of Kennedy year man was a dangerous at the same time." Alabama 12 grandchildren and
Rapids; Mich., of her'move to New York, INFANT who might do harm." some as a beatnik place and by fragments that struck it from I i TESTS: Lane contends a REDDISH II great grandchildren.MR. WIWAM T. Funeral

was instrumental -but retains its listing of, Robert' WILLISTON The infant Hoover testified that the first its manager with continuous as "a unique light show en- inside the vehicle. paraffin test by the Dallas age services 47. plumber for Mr. William will be T.held Reddish alI

in having F. Kennedy., daughter of Willis and Roberta indication that Oswald was cap- place DOCTORS: Dr. William Kemp crime investigation laboratory p.nv, on Tuesday September 2*, 19640 '
tertainment all night serving at Raiford Baptist Church with Rev. I
revolting VietNam Carolyn Hagner Shaw is publisher Owens of Williston died yester- able of violence was his at- and Clark, who sgined the deathcerificate "tends to indicate Oswald could Allen Price conducting the services.
coffee fruit no
only juices Burial be in Sapp ,
rebel the life of former Maj. will Cemetery under
tempt on had told
of the. list, known as the day in the Alachua General hard liquor or beer'." newsmen the not have fired a rifle" that day. the direction of Jone-J Funeral 4
troops keep General Edwin A. Walker, a President was struck in the Home. Mr. Reddish who lived S Sat
Hospital Gainesville. showed
"GreenDoor" because of its The positive
responses I
Most of the seven agents were Ship Bottom New Jersey died
of which the F.B.I.
their word to fact was unaware -
suede cover. Although Funeral arrangements will throat by a bullet that "ranged for nitrates on both of Saturday morning In Ship Bottom New
Brooks withdraw to green until after the shootingof there from about 1:45 ajn. to downward in his chest and did Jersey in his sleep. Mr. Reddish was
Robert F. Kennedy resigned as be announced. his hands but not on the face. born on March 19 IfS In Raiford. I
their camp at Buon Sar Pa. The President Kennedy.The about 3 ajn. and one agent remained -not exit." Florida and had lived In Ship Bottom I
attorney general ,to run as Dem- SALLY ANN DIXON noted in this from 2 a.m. until 5a.m. I Lane argues a rifle firing N. J. twe years, formerly lived J
rebel tribesmen had beenmarching report con- I
NEWBERRY The commission said the Parkland In Jacksonville for many years. .
ocratic candidate for the U.S. Mrs. Sally should have caused such responses -
had to the report I members 'of the
on the of the nection agent Hosty 'family ire
camp Senate 'from New York Mrs. Ann Dixon, 83, died Sunday.She which said "there is indication Memorial Hospital physicians i on the right hand and Wife: Mrs. Louise Reddish.. St. Mary"s
in Novemberof
South Viet Nam army at Ban Me been aware early no Georgia; father: Mr. Raiford Reddish
demands ,the Shaw said he still maintains a was a housewife and wasa Oswald's visit to the Soviet that of the agents had had been so absorbed in face but not on the left, or con- Raiford, Fla.; 3 brothers: G. B. Reddish -
Thout to press on any ,
Jacksonville Fla.
member of trying to save the President that ; Rodman Reddish
home in suburban the hand.
McLean Va.
Newberry ,
of Premier Nguyen Embassy in Mexico City and any intoxicating drink at that Starke. Fla.j Joe Reddish Ra U
government Methodist Church. they never turned him over to The commission said "the ford, F&..; 2 sisters: Mrs. HlZei Perl
Khanh when the Americans Mrs. Kennedy has left her said that "under proper procedures establishment"In due. Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. BI.nche
persuaded them to turn back. home in Georgetown to reside in Survivors include four daugh-- knowledge of the pending addition to the seven off- observe an entry hole in the paraffin test was unreliable." Games bearers, Jacksonville.win be Julian Fla. Active Daiu
ters back of his necr. It said Kline J v
Mrs. Maye D. Smith New- they An F. B. I. had fired *
agent Edwards I
9. New York. presidential visit might have duty agents, three'others on George Reddish, JotV.
Story on page berry; Mrs. Edith Thomas, prompted Hosty to have made night duty guarding the President -now agreed -after autopsy evi- three rounds from the rule, i it Sapp* Johnny 'Marcus med, "Farley* Butler'
lence that the first iz2l.will church
Lunch Room Car 'Tips Over High Springs; Mrs. KatherineD. more vigorous efforts to locate went to the coffee house "exit was said, and "both of his hands It <'
Clemm, Daytona Beach; Oswald's rooming house ad- during their half hour break I in fact an and cheek tested negative."

Broken IntoA Four InjuredFour and Mrs. Virginia Maddox, dress in Dallas and to inter- during which they were' technically SHOTS: There had been reports TIMETABLE: Joesten contends Gainesville Sun
: Mulberry; three sons Earl : of four to six shots, and have
machine view him regarding these unresolved off duty.Arrest Oswald could not
cigarette taken was persons were injured Key Largo; John, Panama' matters." Man arguments that it would take reached the scene of Patrol- Published evenivSaturday

broken open and money when the in ''which Canal Zone and William Tus-: The commission concluded: "two assassins" to fire more man J. D. TJppit's murder until ond Sunday tXcept
Fifth Avenue car they
early today from the calossa, Ala.; 12 grandchildrenand "The formal F.B.I. instruc- In than three bullets. 1:20 pjn. or 1:21 p.m. ings! by the Gainesville morn.PuhlshJ
Lunch Room 741 NW 5th turned in the Shooting -
riding over
18 great grandchildren. tions to its agents outlining the The commission reported The commission estimated Os 2nd Company ot 1 01 JE
Ave., the Gainesville Police Department -median of Interstate 75 west of Willie Lee Anderson 32, Ala- Place Gainesville
be recovered book
REDDISH information to to fragments "from at wald left the depositoryat ond entered o$ scer Jj *

reported. Micanopy about 11 p.m. Sunday. William T. Reddish, 47, died, the Secret Service were too nar- chua, was arrested Saturday least two separate bullets and 12:33 p.m., boarded a bus matter at th. pOs ,'lass
A juke box also was broken Saturday in New Jersey. A I row at the time of the assassina evening by Alachua Co unty possibly from three." Bullet about 12:40, left the bus at Gainesville.' Florida.H or

.., open_ .,_ but the money box was Apparently, none of the inju- plumber he was a native of tion. While the Secret Service Deputy Sheriff Walter Coleman, firing, it said, causes noise 12:47 or 12:43, got out at 12:54, CIRCULATION UTES

notopened.gntry ries :were" serious. Raiford. bears the principal responsibility For investigation following ,the from muzzle blast, shock wave walked to his rooming Muse I CARRII. MAIL IY

;! was. gained through a Alachua County Deputy Survivors include his widow, for u the failure the F.B.I. shooting of his brother, J. T. and impact, each of which "may about 1 p.m., stayed three or .1 Week .45
bathroom. Mrs. Louise Reddish, St. instructions did not reflect fully Anderson, 42, LaCrosse.J. be perceived as a separate four minutes, and then got to IS.S5
Another breaking was reported Sheriff Fred ,Duck said the car Mary's Ga.; his father Raiford I the Secret Service's need for T. Anderson was hit in the shot. the Tippet murder scene be All mall SUb SCtiptlont

by Horace Bruce, 301 NW was traveling south when the Reddish, Raiford; three brothers information ,regarding potential hand; he lost his thumb. OSWALD: Although the FBI miles away shortly after :0./ Me POIcf j, odvonce.Orcufot nwjnber

2nd--St. Saturday. Bruce told driver, Dorothy Davis Jacobs, Joe, Raiford; Rodman, threats. Willie Anderson was quotedas interviewed Oswald three times It said the she "ig was / .Of Audit Bureau' af

ppUce someone broke the right 38, Orlando, lost control. The Starke; and G. B., Jacksonville; I The commission 'was no less saying his shotgun went off after his return in 1962 from ed "promptly'1 over the police : mlterlll COntIIno4

rear window of his car and vehicle went into the median, and two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Per critical of the Secret Service, after he loaded it because J. T. an abortive defection to the Soviet man's police car radio by a witness .""bll Of ..... :: Is

removed an automatic ,22 call- rolled over .nd came to rest due and Mrs. Blanche Gaines, remarking that the agent in threatened him. The Anderson. I Union and knew he work Domingo Benavides, ..'IH'strictly tloftCnJa"Y.. or(C)In ,,

bfc trjf1e.. on its wheels. both of Jacksonville. I charge of advance preparations are Negroes. ed in the depository, the com- 'shortly after 1:16 pjn. wrftttft Dern..a.... If 8CIbl Jart
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Dems Worry Over DefectionsBy

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ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEEThe cause they were thinking of ing simultaneously as presiding everywhere to declare t hem- to survive politically if he espoused -

I Home as an individual popular officer of a Democratic caucus selves, and many resented having vigorously the Democratic
among his colleagues, and fail- and co-chairman of the Gold- to do this. There were LBJ national candidates in a
of the 65 House has be-
ship ed to perceive that he could be- water campaign in Florida produced lapel pins worn at the Gaines- county whose people overwhelmingly -

;' come more concerned than come a symbolThis an explosion. ville weekend by some legisla- favored Goldwater.Yet .

anyone is willing to say publicly attitude came about be- While most of the attention tors who previously had said
about ramifications of the they felt those same Dem-
S cause the House caucus is largely had been given Home becauseof they were staying out of the
( few defections of Demo- ocratic nominee well might
a social affair, a gettogetherof his position as Speaker, at Johnson-Goldwater campaign.In .
cratic lawmakers to Barry consider the problems they were
I # Democratic nominees, and a least three of those who expectto talking about the problemof

-r Goldwater. retiring Speaker's role is simply serve in the '65 Legislaturehave Democratic lawmakers for creating for their colleagues in

4 ( Whenever legislators have an ceremonial In Home's case joined in openly indorsing Goldwater, legislative leaders other counties. Granting that-

pp 44 opportunity to exchange views it was particularly so, for he Goldwater while remaining in suggested it was not a matterof the Democratic different party hi,,,Florida to-

t privately, they had not run for reelection and' the Democratic party. easy answers. They granted, means things
different those
.. q talk about the his legislative term, along with I' Actually, the feeling of the for example, the merit in people, legisla-
its nomi-
tive leaders insisted
; m u I t i plying his Speaker's service, runs out '65 House leadership began to Home'sstatemenf that he would
owed considerationto
., some
1S problems o f on Nov. 3. change when colleagues with feel himself a political hypo-1
their fellows elsewhere the
this Pandora's CrackerBox The excuse for calling these Republican opposition s t arted crite if he stayed silent. .
state if rank-and-file
opened by caucuses "official" is that they complaining.They But .they felt his situation, as even voters -
could and choose as
retired Speaker Politics serve the purpose of allowing pointed out that one of an official whose 'service largely -. pick

4 Mallory E. the Democratic nominees to the arguments long used for ended with adjournment of they pleased.Too .

lorne's activi designate anew the prospective electing a Democrat to the leg- the legislative ession last it is clear that some

ties for Gold- presiding officer many of them islature was that a Democrat year, differed from those who House members never will feel

water. had first selected during the could accomplish more becausehis expected to enjoy the benefitsof quite the same about those of
I At. the legislative weekend at preceding regular session.In party would be in control Democratic membership in their colleagues from *Dade

,< the University of Florida, for the present instance, that But, they complained, some of :the Legislature after supporting county who forced the Horne
-----' -
example, there was little else designee is Rep. E. G. Rowellof the effectiveness of that argu- !the Republican nominee for situation into the open bj Publicly

Newspaperboys discussed. VVildwood. The Tampa showis ment was sapped if the distinction President. insisting upon his w, i t h-

Hindsight being ever so much therefore, Rowell's day of between Democrats and They said a legislator lives drawal from the Tampa caucus.If .

Kenneth Bates, Sun carrier advisor, congratulates the five Gainesville winnersin better, it is clear to leaders glory. Republicans was blurred in a house with two floors. On that seems inconsistent with

the Florida Daily Newspaper Association "outstanding newspaperboy"' con- that they should have accepted But, as former Representative through accepting Democratic -one, legislators are responsibleto their talk of Democrat 1nity,

test. Each received a certificate of merit, lapel pin, and a shoulder' patch at a lorne's original offer to step Troy Peacock of Jackson legislators for Goldwater.Too a local constituency. As politicians it is only because many:legislators -

dinner honoring. them and their parents. The boys will receive a day's tour of aside and let someone else open county once complained, the the announcements by they certainly could understand still tend to become con

Silver Springs, site of the state finals of the contest next month. Left to right, the House caucus at Tampa. trouble with politics is politics.The Home and others had the con- i how a Democratic fused over their dual rfles as

are David Feather, James Lucas, Robert B.. Fant, Richard Yaun and Patrick They did not do so then be- incongruity of Home serv- sequence of forcing legislators nominee might find it awkward party men and as individuals.

More About WeekendThefts .:

f / SEE By The Warren ReportFrom -' ArfReported -

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J .the SUNGENERAL evidence far more massive than The report called on repre- I "He drew the gun back," said About $250 to $300 was reported -

was believed to exist.It sentatives of the bar, the news I Brennan, "and maybe pausedfor stolen from the illups

II II, revealed muddled testimony -media, and law enforcement another second as though to -'fr_ Service Station, 1000 W., Uni-

HOSPITAL fence at 500 Block SW 8th Ave., Edna G. Hunter. 1603 SE 7th Way. from Oswald's pretty Rus groups to work out together assure hisself that he hit I versity Ave., early Sunday froman
disobeyed stop sign. $10. Willie Hutto. widow Marina his mark and then he disap- unlocked cash register.
Sept. 25. 1964BIRTHS 5:15 pjn. Saturday. 509 SE 15th St., faulty brakes $25. Joe sian-speaking ethical standards for collectingand ,
David Edward Hancock, 504 G. Jones. 3908 Sevilla St. Illegal turn that her unstable husband sev- presenting news "so that peared." Night Manager Marvin
$10. Kristy A. Jones 4410 SE 13th St-
: NE 4th Ave., and Peter Call Improper backing $?'. en months earlier had threat- there will be no interferencewith -Six other witnesses saw the Hodge said he was cleaning up

Drummond, RFD 1 Box 85 Mic- Stephen A. Kravitz 711 NE 5th Terr. ened to kill former Vice Presi- pending criminal investigations protruding rifle, or saw it firedor the station, then discovered the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Link, ran red light $10. John O. Mark), Bambi -
anopy, 2:50 p.m. Saturday in Motel speeding $10. Benjamin H. dent Richard M. Nixon with a court proceedings, or the saw it being withdrawn slow- money missing.
Rt. 2 Box 2-OC girl Mr. and
a ; Newlands Hum Hall speeding $10.
100 block pistol. ly. Some saw the moving figurein Other thefts reportedto
Mrs. Mervin A. Jones 511 SE University Ave. Amoh T. Pinner 2024 NW 34th Ave. right of individuals to a fair
Joseph Pay ton, Daytona ran red light $25. George E. Schafer. But Oswald might actually I trial." the area where book cartons, Gainesville police and the Ala-
14th Terr., twin boys; Mr. and 1926 W. University Ave. Thomas F.
I t Mrs. Leon M. Morrison, 248 R Beach, and Virginia McClure Baxley. 1320 NE 15th 'St. blocking have been threatening Johnson, Aware that millions in Europeand some bearing Oswald's palm chua County Sheriff's office:

Shanklin, 2629 NW 12 Ave., 2:50 driveway. $7.50. not Nixon, the commission said.It and fingerprints, were later Joan Mayer. Rt. 4 Box 273A..
Flavet IH, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Center 578 Murphree Hall.I some in America suspect -
pjn. Saturday at NE 8th Ave. illegal parking $5. Linda J. Cowart. [ was Johnson, then vice presi- found to have been piled to forma EARL WARREN OK Trailer Park, reported Sat-
James M. Butler, Cross City, 3001 SE Hawthorne Road faulty muffler that a foreign left-wing conspiracy
Fla., a son; Mr. and Mrs. Regi-' and Waldo Rd. Payton cited for $10. ,Nicholas H. Dellepiane 256 F dent, who was in Dallas at or a U.S. right-wing plot seat and marksman's parapet."No brother's view, he wanted to urday her 1964 motor scooter
following too closely. Flav. Ill illegal parking $5. Ernest S. the time. His visit, April 23, direct or indirect relationship stolen from the University of
nald L. Tisdale, 245T Flavett Dowdell Jr. 822 NE 22nd Ter. blocking -killed the young President, escape "the yoke of oppressionfrom
Mrs. Arthur ,E. Brown Rt. traffic $7.50.Frances 1963 13 after t has been discov- Florida .
I was just days mother campus.A
III, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Eubanks, 824 NW 16th the commission devoted an en my Marguerite
2 Box 120 Hawthorne reportedat Ave- I Oswald fired a nighttime rifle ered" between the ex-Marine. medical emblem valued at
McClellan Alachua Fla. a blocking alley 750. Herbert S.I tire to Oswald, now living in Fort ,
32-page appendix "spec
girl; Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. 4:47 p.m. Saturday her car parking Falkenberg$5. 2002 Charlie NW Grimage.3rd Ave.,Rt.illegal 2,1 shot that just missed former ulations and rumors," rebutting and his slayer, Ruby. Nor could Worth. $125, was stolen from the. frontof

was hit by a vehicle at NE 39th blocking traffic. $5. Grant L Jones 511 Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker. the commission find any traceor a medical office :o.f Dr.
Thomas, Jr., 200 NW 34th Dr., SE 7th St.. blocking alley. $7.50. Jo them item by item.It .
Ave. and Waldo' Rd. The other N. Love 536 NE 1st St.. illegal park. The 888-page report by Chief evidence that Ruby, since His career as a Marine was a Charles H. Gilliland, 1110. NW

a son. car fled. Ing.Charlotte$5. J. Mlrabella 1142 W. Pan- Justice Earl Warren and six piled up mountainous evidence convicted for murder, had help, failure, though he did score two 8th Ave., Sunday nighf."

ADMITTED: Fire Calls hellenic Drive Illegal parking $5. Rog. distinguished colleagues urged each scrap of it footnotedto from police or anyone else in points above the minimum requirement Paul Mallard, 823 NWj; 36th

Dorothy C. Thomas, VernelleS. The Gainesville Fire Depart er alley D. $7.50.Peele 831 Ronald, SW 5th E. Ave.Simpson.blocking 2312 creation of a Cabinet committeeto the documentation in more getting at Oswald. The commis- for a sharpshooter'sbadge. Ter., reported a lawn mower

Jones, Marilyn A. Morrison, ment reports these fire calls NE. 3rd Ave., illegal parking. $5. BruceR. : assume top responsibility for than 20 volumes of testimonystill sion accepts Ruby's story valued at $180 stolen from 400
Slovin. Simpson Hall muffler
Marsha W. Tisdale, Mr. Roy during the past 36 hours. $10.John presidential safety. to be published, to supportits that he simply entered by a block SW 17th St. before.. Sunday
He the Marines with
R. Smith Jr.. 108 NW 13th St.. findings that: left $1- '
Howell L. Putnam This consider -
Dorothy new body '
At 2:49
a.m., Saturday grease illegal parking $5. Richard C. Walish ramp from the street, unno- 500 of saved-up and used it night.
Lorraine F. Maggard, KarenF. fire at Parker's Bar-B-Que, East Hall. noisy muffler. $10. Winston R. the report urged, "suggestions" -The lonely, tormented, 24- ticed. The credentials of some pay Two bicycles were reported
Wells 1002 W. University Ave.. no muffler to defect to Union. He
Thames, Elnor H. Marshall, 1100 block NW 5th Avenue.At $10. Jan Mikuslnskl., 1412 NW 7th made to the commissionbut year-old Marxist a "better reporters were not checked was'refused Soviet citizenshipput stolen. Mike Bowyer, 22tf NW

Paul G. Busby John K a s e y 8:43 a.m., Saturday overheated Ave.Martin, ,illegal 801 NW parking 30th Ave.$S.. Wayne no muffler.A. not specifically endorsedby than average" marksman as a was .assigned.work, 'as a 3rd Ave., reported his- bike

Barkmann, Effie Robinson, all motor, auto fire.. $15.James R. Matheney. Jacksonville- Illegal '- it that the duty of protect Marine and "an excellent shot"as either.The commission found rio metalworker'in'a finsk f ctory. stolen Sunday evening frOM be-

of Gainesville; Carla H. Butler, I At 7:09 p.m., Saturday car. parking. $5. Blair D. Baylor 1222 ing presidents be removed from civilians go -killed Kennedy i evidence that either Oswald or hind Gainesville HighSchool..

Cross City; Mrs. Lucille B. Mat- borator fire auto. NW 8th Ave. blocking alley. $7.50. the Secret Service. The execu- from ideally situated sniper'snest His was supplemented *
Nikkl M. Clayton 7 SW 23rd St.. an Ruby "was part of any conspiracy pay Joe Ryan, 2919 NW 21sI 1'er.,

thews. Alachua; Evelyn W. At 11:22 p.m., Saturday bon, Illegal. University parking.Ave.$5. Illegal Jorge Soulary parking, 310E. $5. tive and Congress should make in the building where he domestic or foreign, to assassinate money from an agency the Rus- reported Saturday his bike'Was:

Metzger, Cross City; Ruth D. fire during ruckus by University: Stephen W. Tessler. 1724 NE 8th St. the decision, it said. worked. Presideqt Kennedy." sians called the "Red cross" taken from the Florida Theater.

Ward, Bronson, Fla.DISCHARGED. of Florida students, W. University -1823 Illegal NW parking 5th Ave.$5. Council Illegal parking Wooten Jr.$5.. The report praised the swift -The first, nonfatal bullet Ruby's reaction to the assassi- not the International Red Cross. Harry Vinson, 516 SE. J2th

: Ave. and 13th St. Sandra A. Jenin Reed Hall. illegal action of individual agents in which hit Kennedy pierced his nation "appears to have been Oswald soon was disenchanted Ter., told police a Negro man
parking. $5. Rodney M.Miller. 524 NE
Marjorie Winsor, Joyce Hath- At 11:35 p.m., Saturday, bonfire -4th St. Illegal parking $5. Larry F. the November tragedy. The throat and "probably" was the one of genuine shock and with the Soviet Union too. He snatched his wallet and-ran
W. University Ave. in 900 Nixon. 4317 NW 13th St. illegal parking of some "was in the the commission said. His '""
cock, Helen Whitby, Margaret $5.Meltyn. response one that wounded Gov. Connally. -grief, married 19-year-old Marina, on Sunday afternoon.

Bramble, Daisy Springfield, block. I C. Olman. 304 NE 4th Ave. highest tradition of government Another crashed throughKennedy's activities revealed no sign of the rebound from a dashed romance AH

Truman Fowler, Willie Gaither, At 1:07 ajn. Sunday, bonfireat 3860 blocking SW drive.Archer 750.Road' Judith illegal M. Payne.park. service," it said. head as he slumped.It conspiratorial conduct.It with another girl, and ExHavanaf.:

NW 2nd Ave. and 19th StAt Ing $5. Morris NeSmith 707 NE 7th But the report called for more his skull.A could find no evidence to .-
Flossie Bonds, Salatha Suttles, Ave. drunk $25. Gibbs K. Marschal virtually exploded sought permission to take her
Richard Stephens, Fred Holder, 1:20 ajn. Sunday, false 1245 SW *th Road drunk. $25. funds and personnel immediately third bullet -which could show that Oswald was "em- home. After months-long delays Newsman To.:-
James Tillman. Rt. 2. drunk $25.
alarm NW 5th Ave. and 12th
John Allen, Eather Mae Phil Jessie Jenkins Jr., Brooker faulty better lines of coordination have been the first, middle or ployed, persuaded, or encouraged -and difficulties he succeeded in

lips, Elouise Williams, Frank St.At muffler $10. John J. Dougherty 307 between agencies, and a "com last of three'shots fired went by any foreign government June 1962 with the help of a Here '"

Coleman, James White, Dora 1:50 a.m. Sunday, false SE John*th H.Stdrunk Nobles. 31 and* NW disorderly 7th Ter-$30. plete overhaul" of advance wild. It missed even the slow- or that he was an agent of $435.71 "repatriation loan" from Speak

Lovett, Harry Gibson, Nancy alarm 3:43, NW 5th Ave. and 4th false StAt 6th drunk St..$40.blocking Willie drive Cunningham.$7.50. 744 .NW detection practices. moving car. It may have been any foreign government." the U.S. embassy in Moscow. vana correspondent wlll"*de-

Quincy Donald Hendricks Thomas a.m., Sunday, Catherine Spann 1418 SE 3rd Ave. It noted Kennedy's own comment the last fired at the greatest It cited Secretary of State
By then there was a baby, Joan bate whether the U. S. should
alarm, -NW 7th Ave. and 10th disorderly conduct. $25. Juanita R. My- the he Dean Rusk's testimony, before
to aide on day
Stancel. ers. 426 SE 15th St. drunk and disorderly an distance. Lee. Cuba tonight at .the
III, commission that he knew of recognize
$25. Vandye J. Forrester diedthat ,
St.At : first to
time from
September 26, 1964 2:40 p.m. Sunday, grass 50.342 Thomas SW 2nd W.Ave.Hallo, blocking Murphry alley Area$7.- "If anybody really wanted to last-The shots was lapse from 4.8 to more no "scrap of evidence indicatingthat Marital life in the DallasFortWorth University of Florida auditori-

fire, 1200 SW 11th StAt Improper muffler. $10. the Soviet Union" wantedto area was stormy. Os- um.
BIRTHS: Cecil P. Jernlgan 316 NW 7th Ter- shoot the President of the Unit- than 7 seconds. Marine marks- David member
Dellinger a
trash ,
I 9:41 p.m. Sunday, Florence. 1528 NE eliminate Kennedy. wald's few
drunk. $30. Willie J. ed States it was not a jobs were briefly
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar fire, NW 13th St. and 8th Ave. 8th Ave. disorderly conduct $25. very manship experts said Oswaldwas Rusk went "It would be held and Members the Committee for Non -"Violent -
on: poorly paid.
Flora C: Davis. 1528 NE 8th difficult job -all one had to do of three :
shall 2030 NE 17th Dr., a girl; MUNICIPAL COURT capable Action and editor of J/Lib-
Ave. disorderly conduct. $30. Ernest an act of rashness and madness.It of the small Russian community!
Judg. W. W. Hampton PresMinf.Stpt.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tettleton, I I .. 22, 15*4 G.conduct.Banks 828$25. NW William.4th Ave.T. Zeanak., disorderly was get on a high building rifle some-and shots with two hits in that time." has not been our impressionthat liked and helped Marina, but I eration," will speak on the affirmative -

453 NW 37th PL, a boy; Mr. I -. Signed written, pleas of guilty:. 601 NW 34th Ter- Illegal parking. $5. day with a telescopic :. It was a "very easy target, madness has characterizedthe Oswald alienated them. and Jose Norman, an
NW 4th
Alton Morris. 1227
and Mrs. Charles Croy 3001 speeding.C. $25. Raul I. Lopez. Schucht disorderly Ruby L conduct.Ramsey$25.610 Elouise NW 6th S.Ave.Mc- there was nothing anybody moving in direct line of fire. actions of the Soviet leader- I Englishman who lived in..Cuba

SE Hawthorne Rd., a boy; Mr. Village driving while license Ramona expired.P. Davidson Lamb 26 SE fth St. drunk. ,$25. BruceA. could do to defend against suchan -The President was alive, in ship in recent ." He beat Marina regularly. She for 11 years before fleeing Castro -
1 $20; ran red light S10. Self IS NW 17th St. speeding. $10. years.It I
and Mrs. Luman E. Black, 209- 4165 NW 12th" Ter.. ran red Green T. Smithe. Lake Butler. illegal attempt. the medical sense, but in "hope-, frequently had a black eye, as will present the negative

D Flavet III, a girl; Mr. and light.Phyllis$10.L Mable. 161* NW 3rd Place. passing Warren$10.C. Streets. Mcintosh. speed- But the report critically recite less" condition on arrival at the found what it consideredsolid she did on the day of the assas- view. ,
evidence confirmed
Mrs. Willis Owens, Williston, disobeyed stop sign. $10. Sammie. L log $25. Richard R. Summers. 3620 ed a chain of what it called hospital five minutes later. In 25 by sination. Oswald objected to her The program is sponsoredby
Griffin. 707 NW 7th Ave. improper SW Archer Road ran red light. $10. Stephen "confidential sources of ex-
a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Harold driver's license. $20; no valid driv G. Walker. Manor Motel. failureto official failures, omissions and more minutes life was gone. smoking and learning English. the Florida Union forums
er-s license. 120. Herbert G. Bowen. tremely high reliability availa-
A Goodman, 3860 SW Archer Rd., 416 NW 19th Place.' disobeyed stop sign. yield right of way. $25. Jay M. Wein-. $10. errors, including: -Except for a desperate! committee. -
stein. 1724 NE 8th St- ble to the United States in Mexico Witnesses said she, in turn, '
a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. $10. Albert W. Bramble. 3011 SE 18th Andrew W. Montgomery. Atlanta. Ga. 1. The Secret Service "as a lunge by a Secret Service agent,! Moderator will be Dr. DonaldE.
Ave.. speeding $10. driving while intoxicated. $150 and driv that Oswald's mysterioustrip derided his sexual ability before!
,Gray, 1431 NE 20th PL, a boy; : Adam W. Cromwell. RU 4. speed- er's license suspended 3 months. matter of practice did not inves- Jacqueline Kennedy probably lack i Williams, a member of the
Ing. $10. Jack W. Sparks Manor Mo- Sentences Hubert L Brigman. to Mexico City was a futile friends, complained about
Mr. and Mrs. Edward White, tel. speeding. S25. Ernest E. Watkins. 927-NW 11th Ave.: escape. 30 days. Nicholas tigate, or cause to be checked, would have fallen from the rear effort to get "in-transit visa" of and derided his big speech department. =

1431 SE 4th St., a boy. 129 Fleming SE E.19th Williams St.. ran 44 red SE light 15th S10.St.. intoxicated.J. Angelo.$150 or Archer 60 days. driving and while driv any building along the motor- deck of the auto and been killed through Cuba an to the Soviet Un- ideas.money, The debate is openIrt: the

ran red light. 10. er's license suspended 3 months. James cade route" to be used by Ken- by the following car. She can- public and begins at 8Hkpjn
POLICE, FIRE REPORT Rebecca G. Deloach 1116 NW 40th Acosta. 405 SW 7th Place drunk and ion, not a tryst with Cuban plot
Roundup Drive. Improper turn. $10. Wanda J. disorderly. $25 or 10 days; resisting nedy, Johnson and Connally. not remember climbing onto ters. He came home "disap-
Accident Dobak Newberry. ran red light. $10. aroest. $50 or 30 days. The Federal Bureau of Kelly Rapped for Political
Marlene R. S. Estep. 141 NE 17th Ike Blair ,911 NW 7th Place disorderly 2. the back of the car. pointed and discouraged" six I
Involved in accidents reportedto Drive. speeding $10. Robert B. Gus- conduct.. 10 days and $35 or 10 Investigation failed to alert the -One almost complete bullet weeks before the assassination.Since I
hee Jr. 321* NW lth St.. speeding. days. Willie L George. 411 SE 9th Pi-
the Gainesville Police Department -$10. Marlon Harsbarger. 1105 NW 40th petty larceny. 5 days and $35 or 10 Secret Service to the presencein was found and two good-sized all its evidence compelled Women's Club
Ter.. failure to yield right of way. $50. days. Charles Kelley. NW 2nd St.I I Speech at
and Alachua County James W. Huguley III. t26 NE 8th drunk. $25 or 10 days. Dallas of Oswald, the lonely, fragments of another. They a conclusion that Oswald .....
Sheriff's office during the past Ave.. speeding. $10. Elmer G. Hunter Robert Lincoln. 503 NW 5th Ave. brooding onetime defector to acted alone the commissionsaid
fired Oswald's rifle
Sunland Training Center. ran red drunk. $25 or 10 days. George F. Les were from "
Sen to
36 hours were: lloll!. $10. Mary C. Hutchinson. 3911 ter.. 502 NW 4th St. drunk. $25 ci10 Russia and pro-Castro agitator. and other according to posi- "therefore, to determinethe LAKELAND AP) ing preserve it.
Unknown hit-and-run driver NW 20th Ter.. disobeyed stop sign. days. Jive Mayes 911 NW 7th Place; failed to no Scott,Kelly of Lakeland said to- Kelly criticized polltica1Jea.
The Dallas
$10. Albert King. 1624 NE 8th Ave.. disorderly conduct. 10 days and $35 or 3. police tive ballistic identification.The motives for the assassination -
and car owned by R. W. Rogers, speeding. $10. 10 days. Frank G. Quinn Commercial heed adequately two telephoned of President Kennedy one day he makes no apologies to ers for their failure to lr1 specific
Marvin W. Looney Jr. 215 NE 44th Hotel drunk. $35 or 15 days. HarrisonF.
Box 508 Sunland Training Cen- St.. careless driving.. $25. Edward Mc Snider Jr. 18 NW 7th Ter. blockIng threats against Oswald's life, as rifle found in the snip- must look to the assassin him the Florida Federation of Wom when they attack 'pinkos
at lot 1000 SW Donald. Hawthorne. careless driving. traffic $5 or 2 days (suspended). er's nest the Italian-made en's Clubs for "speaking out In and Communists" in the, state
ter parked : was self.
$25. Austeil E. Reid Jr.. 925 NW 13th Bonnie J. Croley. 255 A Flav. III. well as a personal warning
5th Ter., 12:23 p.m. Sunday. Ave.. no driver's license. $20. RodneyE. speeding. sis or 3 days. Ruby P. Rogers. from FBI Director J. Edgar :carbine with telescopic sight The commission looked long defense of (Florida's) dedicated -university system, obviously
Rodgers. Box 50$. speeding. $10. 21* SE 48th St- improper backing "
Frank J. LaGrasse, Rt 4 Box Eleanor C. Smith. 725 NE 2nd St..I $10 or 3 days. Richard D. Beach I Hoover to provide "utmost se bought by Oswald by mail in and hard at 24-year-old Lee educators. aimed at Haydon Burns...

356 N. and a tree, 8 a.m. Sun- failure. Alton.to yield 1319 right NW 2nd of way.Ave..$25.ran JohnS. red 3 Trenton dvt- Fl.r.h... .ran IL red Frp.mr.-light. $7.50- 1111--or curity" for the prisoner. Ruby, March. It was identified by his Oswald, through the eyes of Kelly addressed the federa- According to the Associated

day at, SW 2nd Av. and 25th St.light.. ran$10.red Dwight light.M.$10.Allen.Gerald 20 R.SW Wols-8th 3 NE days.31st Avecareless' driving $15 or a pistol-carrying nightclub own- wife Marina; by the serial number -scores of witnesses. It found a tion in Cocoa Beach last Mrs.Fri Press, Mrs. Emmel said the

St. felt 304 NE 6th St.. ran red light. Marshall R. KrongoM. 839 SW 5th er, walked unchallenged into a and seller's stock number; fatherless, unhappy, withdrawn, day. Federation President federation's executive committee -

Unknown h 1 t-and-run driver, $10.Ave.,Harvey Improper A.turn.Fine.$10.1211 NW 45th Ave.days. Dorothy disobeyed J.stop Zasler sign 906 S15 SW or 6th 3 disorderly jail corridor jammed by Oswald's palm print; and by truant child, diagnosed by a Mark W. Emmel said Kellywas met after Kelly spoke and

A and car owned by Ted Clelland, David W. Lawson Jr.. 252 C. Flav. Ave. careless driving. $10 or 3 days. with police and newsmen; he threads from the shirt he wore New York City psychiatrist as scheduled to discuss prayer instructed her to apologize for
Ill. failure to yield right of way. $25. Thomas J. Weir 410V* NW 1st Ave. .
11 Fraternity Row, University of James H. PohL. 233 A Flav. III. improper failure to yield right of way. $10 or 3 shot Oswald dead and destroyedall that day or a shirt of the having "personality pattern disturbance and Bible reading in publicschools. I the topic. ,'
baCking. $10. Jose R. RiveroJr. days. I
Florida, parked at Larry's Restaurant .. 1327 NW 7th Ave- ran red Ugh Kamlesh K. Bhatla 1504 W. University hope of a confession. same material and color.Oswald's with schizoid split Mrs. Emmel said the group

1200 W. University Ave., $10.$25. W. G. Wheeler. Rt. 4. speeding. way Ave.street.driving$S or wrong 2 days.way Barbara on a one-A. 4. With the help of "a running '- handwriting was personality-features and pas She said he made a different it criticism I had expected Kelly to speak on

445; ajn. Sunday. Stephen C. Whitlow 149 NW. 16th 'Hill 807 W. Panhellenic Drive. faulty the sive-aggressive tendencies." speech and included in Bible reading and
by police"which also
commentary on the mail order. It was on prayer in
Ave.. improper passing. $1D. ReynoldJ. turn
Jr. signals. $15 or 3 days. Jacksonville Mayor
Marcel Emery Marty W. Williams 1324 SE 4th St. careless I Forfeiture of bonds: Herbert S. included unchecked and the order for the pistol which Evelyn Siegel, a social worker of I public schools.
902% SW 2nd Av., and William driving. $25. T. D. Williams. 30* Festoff. 825 SW 5th Ave. speeding. found an "emotionally. Haydon Burns, D e m ocratic
NW 53rd, Ter. speeding $10. Willie J. $1S. Johill H. Brown. Tau Epsilon Phi erroneous reports, "a great deal apparently killed policeman J.
Duncan, McQuagge,. 1840 ,N W WIlliams. 70S NE 20th St.. ran red fraternity house. speeding $15. Seth starved, affectionless youngster" nominee for governor. Nile. Flood :
misinformation disseminated
Saturday light $10. Doris 1.. wortey 2220 NE D. MCKee 354 Thomas 'F". disobeyed of was D. Tippit during Oswald's flighta said "I did not men
Ave., 1:30 pjn. who felt that "his mother Kelly ,
4th Ave., no driver's license. $20 careless stop sign $5. to a worldwide audience"by half hour later. He used the
1200 block W. University Ave. driving. $25. Roger D. Swam 10 Fraternity Row never gave a damn for him." tion any names" in the speech."If Threat -
David F. Barber 1125 SW 2nd Ave.. the radio and televi- Ehbs'CAIRO :
riding on car fender SIC. Kenneth A. press, alias he had used as a pro-Cas- those who are disturbed .
McQuagge arrested.for careless speeding. $15. Joseph H. Barber. 1125 Foote. 991 Weaver Hall driving without He admitted to "fantasies there are
SE 2nd Ave.. ran' red IItht. $10., Zon- Proper lighting $10. Robert E. Nining- sion.. The commission criticized tro demonstrator in New Orleans comments, thanI CAP)
driving. nle ''s. Bradley 104 NE 4tt, Ave.. ran about being powerful and some- by my ii1efl1yet
er. 3657 NW 41st Ave. riding on fender and alike. alteration
police J. HideD an flood
Johnnie Bee Jackson, 927 SE red light $10. William [I. Brandon. $10. press "A. times hurting and killing people must assume'that person' or waters were
1913 NE '14th Drive. careiss driving. .,. 'reeeding
dismissed Edgar A. "The of "Fidel.One .
Charges : publicizing of unchecked suffering today
10th St., ,and Austin Sherman $25. Robert T. Clelland 1247 ft. unlver. Per. Rt. 4. careless driving. John L but refused to elaborate on those persons are no longer 33fljflg
Herrington 2881 SE 20th Ave., sity Ave., speeding. $10. Smith. :3845 NW 15th Are- failure to information provided much of eyewitness Howard L. them Mrs. pangs of conscience." farmlands, but
Bobby W. Dale. 303 NW 33rd Ave.. report accident. Siegel reported.Lee they stilre a
7:05 p.m. Saturday at SE llth disobeyed stop sign. $10. Pete Davis. Not'guilty: Richard S. Dunn. the basis for the myths and Brennan, a steamfitter, saw the was bright but had a Kelly said, "in response to a danger to the fabled temPJes
cited XNeirs Mobile Home Court. ran red 2030 ge. University Ave. passing at In rumors that came into rifleman aim" that the. federation Abu SimbeL .. 0.1
St. and 4th Ave. Jackson light $10. Joseph P. Delaney, 435 NW tersection. Patricia A. HavHand 244 C being "taking positive curious spelling difficulty that statement -
"for running red light causing accident -25th. St.. ran red light $10. MichaelW. Flav. III. ran red light.. Mark E. Frier. soon after the President's and firing the last shot from the be never cured. He read avidly, does not deal in controversial: Officials warned g
Gallagher. fli NW 15th Ave. ran son. 2904 NE 11th Ter- Improper back that the'<
red light $10.Marlorie ing. Jackson Dunbar .732 NW 4th St-: death,"'said the commission. sixth-floor comer window of the in solitude, and from 15 on subjects, I submit that the very: ger from the river's ,
', Jacqueline .J. Glenn 131 .W. Panhellenk discharging firearms In the city limits. "The erroneous disclosures Texas School Book Depository.He .I ilature 'of the subject of prayer in 60 worst. /
Car own e d by Drive Improper turn. $) ,Betty H. Leah H. Kaftan,' 1321 NW 3rd Ave. soaked up Communist writings.He rears Would

;JI art, 523 NW 8th :S1..,taken Grlffis$10. Clifford 2060 I.NW. Harrell 36th Rt.Ave-3. speeding speeding. Petty 1218 NW larceny.4th St.Gladys petty larceny.E. Armstrong P. M.: became the basis for distorted picked Oswald from a police "lived for the' time he I and Bible reading is controversial -another two weeks.not Iqf

without permission by unknown $25. Idella Hill Archer no driver's Zipperer, 4434 NW 13th St- keeping live-: reconstructions and interpreta- !lineup as the man most resem-I would become 17 old to i or we would not be con- front upriver

N qrn .,..,,1., I"ft"',,:.... IIc", $20. ,Peter A.: ,Hotehkfes, ir"4 :w..*: bi the city limits without a per. eI.-- 4.. r- ...---.--".... ,. ..... ."__.,.__".years tl ,.,- ..-.. ., 'I-. .. ,. I f'r,. WerE\


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(Sameswlk. iun OF F. ; The League ,

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J a r Mz

JOHN K. HARRISON, PrtsMtfit and Rides Againof
PwMlslMr PAT COWLES. Viet PrtsU Fi44vM 1
Florida's Beautiful dent, ED JOHNSON. Vie President ,
and Executive Editor W. O. (Bill) I i 1 ; I y Ir II I By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. "
University City'L By
E, Palitier Prta Wtaataf Pabllebeeof Ya lam / y There on the scene quite by accident, we are .
Vkt President and Circulation Min,*,. the .\U&aia. (Ga..) Constttntioe 1 who
I the Hollywood producer I
r asssured by Mr. Dore Schary,
THE SUN'S POLICY t WAS is chairman of the sponsoring organization a volume designed -
SocialistTalk l:4; MlSINitRPRfTEpr y I.FT1NE67 UJ4 to encourage the American people to hysterical opposition :

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. x I Y t4iiAT I REALLY ; to the candidacy of Senator Barry Goldwater.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in -but only in-editorials.; h F* MEANT/ It is called "Danger on the Right," is written by Messrs.Arnold .

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Is t &r/r V Forster and Benjamin Epstein and sponsored by

t the Anti Defamation League, an organization that is in-
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378.1411Goldwater's : rt correctly assumed to be exclusively engaged in a .legitimate -

pursuit of anti Semitism ("Many Americans have

The BunkSenator the inaccurate impression that the Anti-Defamation

League's sole concern Is anti Semitism," the authors can--
Tax-Cut Plan :> didly confess.) The ,Anti .- Defamation League ,is a devotedly -
Strom Thurmo n d, left wing organization which seeks to encouragea
Senator Barry Goldwater's pro- and investment. They say a mechan- who walked out of his partyin national march towards a sort of creeping socialism by

posal of a five-year plan for cutting istic five-year plan for tax cuts is 1948, but who held the label the conventional expedient of defaming all persons, groups,
I the kind of flexi- presumably in order to .p businesses, parties, enterprises and movements which takea
taxes has been coming in for a lot likely to prevent
in committee
retain seniority differing view of what is best for America.
of discussion among business men bility in policy which will achievethe assignments, complains ,

and economists. Goldwater suggestedan $6 billion annual increase in rev- about socialistic practices.This FOR MANY YEARS the Anti Defamation found it prof-

automatic 5 per cent reductionin enues Goldwater is counting upon.It is a curious ,and not itable to impute anti Semitism to practically all those

both personal and corporation income well thoughtout comment who disagreed with its highly articulated ideas on every-

taxes in each of the five years may be that Goldwater is plan- heard frequently in cocktail thing from civil rights to progressive education. ArthurGarfield

after he became president. A spokesman ning a more discretionary fiscal policy conversations eon tables where and the at lunch-same THE WORLD'S FOREMOST. NEWS ANALYST Jewish lawyer Hays a.and prominent direct

later said such cuts could not than his five-year tax cut idea fear is revealed.The -- Of the American Civil. Liber- I

begin before fiscal year 1967 which would indicate.His inescapable fact that it ties Union, said- many

begins July 1, 1966. has been the so called socialistic years ago that he considered -

speech was not clear on tendencies that have Togetherness9' the ADL as among the

In the same speech in which he whether the tax cut would depend on enabled the American enter- principal professional defamers -
prise system to grow and to in the country. TheLeague's
made this proposal, Goldwater at- annual surpluses in the budget. His .
function until, in 1964, the activities, i n a
,. tacked the $11.5 billion tax cut to advisers who followed him up with nation is generally more pros- By JAMES RESTON IT ISN'T WHAT Barry the governors of Mississippiand word, have for many years

be made over two-year period interpretations are not clear on this perous than ever before in FAIRY RUN, Va. Barry wants for America but how Alabama.He been controversial not only

which was passed by Congress earlier point, either. They say that Gold- its history. Profits are higher. this Goldwater week what began he called preaching"TheGospel he's going to get it that wants to balance the among the ranks of those
The farmers are betteroff. counts. He wants the Negroesto budget and give us a tax cut people who seek other ends
this year. He said it was "impulsive, water would accept budget deficitsto of Togetherness,"
The nation has set a new stop demonstrating in the every year until 1970, and for America than it does,
massive, politically motivated gim- fight recessions. Yet the Arizona all time record in selling and at the same time, Mr. streets. He is against purse- anybody can be a "fan" for but also among certain liberals -

mickry." Goldwater voted against senator has many times railed farm products abroad. Charles Hoffman, nation a 1 snatching and he is unalter- that, but how are these pleas who are appalled at

this tax cut. against deficit spending, and he has YET, SENATOR THUR- president of the "Barry" Gold- ably opposed to rape. ant contradictions to be arranged the ADL's methods for ad-
water Fan Club
P. O. Box
attacked the Johnson administrationfor MOND and others seems to ? vancing their aims.
9308, Washington, D. C., addressed percentage of the
It is in the field of foreign
Most criticism of the Goldwater proposing the recent tax cut even see socialistic ghosts and talk American who
a little mash note to are policy, however, where some What is the book's thesis?
plan for tax: cuts is based on its though there was a budget deficit. gloomily in ruin. (Senator the wicked members of the in favor of these pastimes, of us have the most trouble Well there are three cate-
Thurmond walked out of his
flexibility. Most economists doubt Eastern Establishment Press. however, is very small, and with Barry. If he had been gories to the dangerous
almost two decades
that economic and fiscal conditionscan Since Congress jealously holds on- party he the Democratic ago, the revelance of Barry's ar- just a little isolationist, he right. The first is the socalled
though kept "DEAR MR. R E STON gument is not entirely clear. Rabble
: have reconciled his Rousing Right
be projected accurately enough to the reins of both taxing and might ec-
label hold
presumably to
he is
Having long been a mem- Presumably asking us onomic with his foreign poli- (e.g., Gerald L. K. Smith).
five years ahead to make possible spending, Goldwater needs to explain his committee seniority. But ber of your "fan club,' we to believe that if he is in the But he wants us to reduce The second is the Radica 1
automatic tax cuts. whether he is advocating some to say that he has now left would like to reciprocate and White House, the Negro dem- expenditures, end the Right (e.$., Robert Welch).

change in basic fiscal legislation. In the party because of a new make you a member of ours. onstrations will cease, or at military draft, balance the The third is the Extreme

Goldwater's advisers say that he recent years the suggestion has conviction is to strain at the "Although we all know you least be' more manageable, budget, enforce our will on Conservatives (e.g., me).
record.) can't take sides in but is this really a reasonable Now
publicly the Communists in viet Nam, they are very sharplyto
has in mind holding government expenditures often been made that Congress The United States sometimeago ?
this campaign (the hellI expectation tear down the wall in Berlin, be distinguished from one
about where they are. should turn over to the president gave the profit dollar a can't! nevertheless All the indicate that another the
), we facts unify the Alliance not on say authors, for
The money for his tax: cuts would discretionary power to adjust tax social conscience. It has been thought you may get a ,kick the American Negroes, regardless their terms but on ours the record. It is wrong to

come from the growth in revenues rates within limits in order to coun- the continued practice of this out of I being; an, honorary of who is in the and do all this with a less confuse the categories. For

a as*a result of rising national production teract recession or inflation.In the beginning that has and made us member and I am enclosingan White House, will continue to powerful federal governmentand instance: (p. 247)) uB u ck-
most powerful prosperous official membership card regard themselves as equal without ley's 'onslaught' againstthe
and income. They say that revenues of the free nations. To
for that purpose. members of the human race, forces of progress in education -
be expected to grow order to plan five ahead understand dilemma in
can years our
"Because of the special and that their demands will Mr. Hoff- his book, 'God and
about $6 billion a year at existingtax it would seem that Goldwater must these latter years of the 20th category of your member- not be satisfied but made man, I'm glad of your assur- Man at Yale,' was diligently -

rates. This $6 billion would be envision some such authority from century moving, when rapidly our toward populationis the ship, we are dispensing with more urgent by Barry's elec- ance that you're not askingme promoted by the habituesof

used first to eliminate the present Congress. Yet he has been strongly 200 million plus total, it is sending you the regular kit tion. "to ring doorbells or to the Right, all the way

dificit, in the government budget andcut opposed to any such thing as econo- necessary to comprehend that which ordinarly goes to new It is nice of you to try to make street corner speechesor from the Near to the Far

excise taxes. Then, as the sur- mic planning or more fiscal author- the major domestic problemis members namely, an auto- get Barry and the press to even to write and say Semitic including some on the anti-
of the Senator nice about Gold- extremist fringe.
graphed photo things Barry
plus continued to grow about $4 bil- ity for the executive branch. Surely that of the urban centers, understand one another a lit- This was not, of
100 course,
trading stamps, reading tle better I hope have water.
lion would be'used to the Goldwater is not "automa- large and small. That's where you fault is'
permit proposing 'Trade in Johnson for Barry how Buckley's ; he no
the people are. That's where more luck on this than the Just to show you complicated
annual income tax reductions and tic" tax reductions such those Goldwater and anti Semite and will haveno
as they increasingly will be. a specially rest of us but somebody all this is, I have a
the other $2 billion would be used recommended by the Commission on NO SINGLE state designed bumper sticker really has to think a little bit son who would sort of like to truck" with antiJewish
city or
for debt retirement. Money and Credit. That commission can possibly cope with anyone reading 'I am" a Barry Gold- about the difference betweenhis have that Goldwater signed bigotry.
water Fan'. ends and his means. picture, and those Goldwater But
t proposed temporary and limited pres- of the major problems.We notice that Buck-

Obviously Goldwater relies heavilyon idential authority to raise or lower learned that a long time DEAR MR. HOFFMAN: trading stamps, but I guess ley's book was supported by
in federal aid HE CONDEMNS Johnsonfor I'll have to pass them up. the rabble rousers and rad
a continued rise in the gross national tax rates. ago for No high- Your letter is the nicest surprise intervening too much in Thanks for your offer. That icals. Remember. that.
ways, example. one
product at present rates. Crit- feels socialistic riding on I've had in politics since the lives of individual cities gold membership card might How does one',define an

ics of his play say that the only way The Goldwater economic advisersand highways. Yet, the federal the campaign of 1956 when and states, but wants him to have come in handy in Mis- extreme conservative?

such economic growth can be main- the candidate himself should funds pay almost 90 per cent President Eisenhower once intervene even more to main- sissippi and Alabama.P. .
said good morning to me by tain order all over the coun- S.: I presume you sent EXTREME
of the bill. No CONSERVATIVES -
tained is by manipulating tax and explain more fully what the tax-cut patient going accident in Des Moines, Iowa, the same letter to all the consider

spending policies to prevent reces- plan is and try to eliminate the pre- into feels a socialistic Hill Burton because hospital his but I really wonder whetherit try.He says he wants freedomand members of the Washington domestic policy 'socialistic American .

sion, and promote. full employment sent uncertainties about it. small town or rural county would be right for me to equality for everyone, but press corps, and I'd real- and dangerous,' and foreign

could not have managed a accept your offer. he also wants to leave the ly like to know how many policy as 'prone to softness
You see, I'm not really a"fan" "
first rate hospital without Negroes to the tender mercies takers you got. and appeasement. But un-
of Barry's in the sense
federal help. We do not feel like the radical right, they

I Voice of the socialistic when we send our of being about fanatically his bid for enthusiastic the pres- MemoPENTAGON 'generally do not tend' to

I People children The nation to public has a schools.hous ing idency. I like him personallyand Washington ism ascribe and the softness alleged to social any' .
i i I'm all for many of his
problem. We have been work- plot in high places, but
but his
objectives, policies
at low cost for NEWS You recall the occasion when a rather to blindness -
i ing housing : par- stupidity
On The Sun's keep getting in
; Opinion Page 30 and have not touchedthe my way. and bungling the
years For example, I am all for ty of Japanese quoted Khrushchev as having told them he on part

u 1 Opinions end comments of Sun readers ere welcome in the Voice of the People l column LettersI heart of of the matter.time The is his moral revival in America. had a "horrible weapon that would destroy humanity." And of their four Liberal Presidents advisers.arid" '
end bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter phenomenon our I all husbands and
j I must be signed shouldnot want the following day Mr. K. denied having said it. So this character And
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the p.pir. Poetry cannot be used. The the mobility of our popula- wives in this country and elsewhere hark the worst crimeof
,j Sun Deserves the right to relict any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or tion. There is a continuing to be faithful, and all in the Pentagon read the report and explained: the extreme conserva-

i intent. flight of the middle class children to be clean, uprightand "Khrushchev didn't say he had a horrible weapon, he said tives. "Extreme con s erva-

: Social Security: Security benefits b ill (HR come loss experienced upon re wage earner to the suburbs.He obedient, especially obed- he had a lousy weapon." tives," the book says 0 n

11865)) is passed the maxi tirement. The first Soc. Sec. no longer has much of a ient, but as I understand it page 175, "may deplore

Ev r Expanding? mum Social ,Security tax increases Commissioner, Mr. Arthur free choice in the core of the even God has had trouble ar- WHITE HOUSE NEWS: It is not known yet what President Birch Society charges but
cities He to the sub- not its followers.
1968 moves ranging these things. Isn't Johnson, who specializes in turning off lights, said to They are
in 1965 and by Altmyer,stated this
principleas urbs. He is contronted with frequently
The as saying
EDITOR, : current Barry taking awful lot?
on an the White House groundskeeper last Saturday when he discovered
the breadwinner will follows "I think that
the the Birch
'Medicare' amendment controversy pay ; pur- hideously overcrowded transit Would his election really Society includes -
$259. U the Senate passed pose of social insurance is to lines. He is increasingly disturbed stamp out infidelity and juvenile that the sprinkling system on the lawn was spray many 'good Ameri
recalls many questions Medicare amendment to HR insure against by the shoddiness of ing full blast in the middle of a rainstorm When the cans.' "
: a portion of delinquency and get
relative to Social Security 11865 becomes law the tax the wage loss: Now if the person much of the housing. Our the American male out of the White House disclosed that the Warren Commission reporton Now it is true that extreme -

., well why it was start would reach 10.4 percent by has not retired air is increasingly pollut e d. bars and into the churches? the assassination of President Kennedy would' be 296,000 conservatives believe
ed, 3ibw it has grown, and 1971 or $582 per person di- and has Our streets over 'the nation This is not a personal but a words Mr.
not suffered a wage loss, thenI stink with exhaust fumes. Our long our Charles Bailey, best selling novelist, that we are embarked 0 n
above,all, where, it is going. vided between worker and do not believe under social streams and coastal watersare practical matter. When I pointed out "that is three times as long as 'Seven Days inMay' the road to socialism. That
employer. Once the principleof insurance he should think of four more years of makes Norman Thomas
Social Security was conceived receive 'an
in so many areas polluted -
Security financing benefits." Lyndon Johnson's oratory and extreme conservative. He
to provide a basic economic of medical care became established that shellfish from t h em political gymnastics, I admitI believes
we are doing just
floor of protection with there would be 'no Is it fair to the millions of have produced thousands of have to wonder about the tlU.: exactly that, has often saidso

benefits paid in cash for ev- stopping it Coverage would workers under 65 to compel cases of infectious hepatitisand burdens of the human race, \. and unlike the
needs mainly food, start with those aged 65 them to taxes other lesser ills. Ilt .t con
eryday or pay in order to but then I also have to con- l servatives rejoices in the
shelter and clothing. Social over and then extend down provide cash or any other kind sider whether I want to take fact. And that we have .
Security taxes were begun in the age scale to cover all. of Social Security benefit to THOSE WHO REMAIN in you up on trading him in on Ja.k'iLPOTOMAC ; appeased the unnecessarily
1937 and the maximum annu- Walter Reuther told the House people 65 or over who are the cities also have not much Barry Goldwater. Communists? That is
al tax set at $30 for an em- Ways and Means Com. last working regularly and have free choice of housing. Thereis judgment of, for instance;

ployee, and matched by the summer about this proposal experienced no wage income the growing number of lux- George Meany and Sidney:
from his employer. The law (Medicare) "if we could loss? They would be benefic ury apartments. But those FEVER Hook .
respectively a Liber
provided that his maximum get. the principle establis bed iaries merely because of who really need low cost '
age al and socialist
would rise to about $90 overa we want t 0 build on that and not because of need. housing because incomes paidto By JACK WILSON, Cowles Washington Bureau therefore a ,Are they
But be built unskilled and uneducated Goldwater says he hopes nobody will vote for extreme conservatives A
ten year period. principle, just as we on a candidate. just because;he ? -'
cause of expanded benefits the Social Security principle." Does everyone really understand persons are quite low fre- looks strong and handsome on television-but he'd rather have you do .that
authorized in almost every what happens when Social quently can only crowd into than vote Democratic. < It is "dangerous" or "
election year the maximum Medicare would be based on Security benefits are increased the often rotting, deterioratingslum tremist" to say that a. ex.-

annual tax cost to an em- a principle utterly foreign to ? The increases apply buildings. President Johnson says America can't afford a recession. What's happened? of members of the-John number

ployee, and matched by the Social Security. Whereas be- not only to future benefits Here again we need a program >Ve always used to be able to afford recessions when the Republicans were In. Birch Society are "g o o d"
fore benefits were paid in but also to those
employer, has risen not to a already re- of government, b oth -- Americans? WhoVi11docu
mere $90 but to $174, cash, medicare benefits would ceiving benefits and who no national and state, co ordi-! Governor Scranton is campaigning for Goldwater. He used 'to think Barry ment the ungoodness of.. aav
provide services not cash. longer pay the supporting tax. nated with the private sector. was trigger happy, but not any more. He hasn't; been happy ,since Bobby Ezra Taft Benson? CT
To continue paying Social Another foreign principle is Passage of the Medicare proposal There are other areas where Baker left town. Clarence Manion of
Security benefits as promised that each person would be en- alone not considering partnership will be needed. Braden One Or SprunIe -:

existing law provides for two titled to the same amount of the expanded benefits certain This is not socialism. There Historic Note: The first atomic bomb was exploded 1945 during a Democratic ;:' with ,those who 11ay Jo1 .
more tax increases. The first protection. However, in their to follow, would immediately are no signs we will becomea administration-and Democratic candidates !been running inst it affiliation with regret them
have a
into effect in 1966 when working years, those who impose is Society Vihlle
goes an unbelleveable liability socialist state. It such ever aine. -- Its bead is Robert
the tax rises to 825 per cent earned more would pay more. of $35 billion (or more) sound sense as this that has r as one must join We1ch- Est .

or f 198 each for employee and This has been a key featureof on todays wage earners who enabled us to go ahead The House cuts $197 million off the anti-poverty appropriations. If Sarge afI. Uon' with In i'egrettmg. x r

employer. In 1968 it rises to Social Security since its in need their present earnings to along with Great Britain, the Shriver wants to fight poverty, let him start in his own, shop. U the
9.25 per cent or $222 each. ception. There is another con- educate their children and to Scandinavian and other Eu- JX srS -,,

Bear.in mind this Is without flicting principle the pay provide for their own health ropean countries as free A judge at Darien Conn., orders the arrest of parents who served: liquorat truck _drIvers ? are an !-

11 any Increase In present bene- ment of benefits as a partial needs. peoples with representative kid parties. Splendid! Nip it in the bud, before we have ,a wave of rasp cans? And aU Ass err 1-.
i s lilts. When the present Social, replacement of wage in- HARRY L. WALKER, :MJ>. government. berry martinis and malted gin shakes., ... the John Bird In 'her3 of
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Monday.September 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun S

I ,, Nuptials- Solemnized -- UlOIMIl 0 l f ODD CalendarOf Horn-Kirkland.1. !

Miss Susan Rita Anderson,. EventsTODAY
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.G. '"

:H. Anderson, and Joseph

David-Thomas, son of Mr. and September 28 NupticilsAnnounced/-

Mrs. Dorthan Thomas of Brook- THff fIT11LY Alpha Gamma Delta I

er, were married Saturday Alumnae Club, Dinner Meet-

evening at the Oak Park Baptist I ing, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Roy E. Dr. and Mrs. Granville C. She was attended by her- -

Church. EIJ t' A Tew, 1303 NW 31st Street. Horn, whose marriage took sister Miss Jennifer Shad--
Rev. Joe Hough performedthe :3 +i Soroptimist, Registrar's Of- place September 18 in the rick,. as maid of honor. Miss ...

ceremony before an altar fice, Court House.Gainesville University Methodist Shadrick wore a green taf-

adorned with white gladioli and !fII $ Bridge Club Church,. have returned following feta dress, matching accessories -.

palms. 7:30: p.m., Recreation Center. a wedding trip: to Phil-. and a purple orchid cor .

'pa'Fi ; Executive Board Little adelphia.Rev. .
Nuptial music was presented sage.William
by Mrs. Elbert Hough, organ- rn 3 > Women, 4:30: p.m., meeting Thaxton Springfield of- H. Jones Jr.. was

ist,. and W. H. Simmons, soloist TUESDAY, September 29 las, grandmother of the brid'eelect Goethe followed by dinner, Mrs. Sam ficiated for the nuptial cere- best man for the bridegroom.

Pre nuptial supper honor. 1014 NE Fifth Terrace. TUESDAY, hostess, Gwynn 29 Oaks. mony, which took place in Following the ceremony, a

Given in marriage by her ing Miss Ann Gracy and her SATURDAY, October 3 University, September of Florida New- the presence of close friends reception was held st the

father, the bride wore a white fiance, Capt. John Herbert Luncheon complimenting and relatives.The home of Mr. and Mrs. PerryC.

satin gown featuring a full skirt Eliot, Mansfield, Ohio, 7 p.m. Miss Frances Jones, fianceeof 8 comers Coffee 10 a.m., and bride, formerly M*. Moore.Dr. .
University Women's
and a short train made by her Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mur- Donald Moore Giles of Clubhouse, Newberry Road. Edwina Shadrick Kirk land, Horn was graduatedfrom

mother. Her ,veil of illusion fell phree and their son, WalterA. Lynchburg, Va., 12:30 p.m., 8 is the daughter of Mr. and the University of Flor-
Merrysteppers, City
from a satin headpiece, and Murphree Jr., 1040 NE Miss Louisa Bohannon of Or- Recreation Center.Gainesville p.m. Mrs. H. E. Shadrick of Atlanta -. ida, where he also received,

she wore an orchid corsage. Fifth Terrace. lando and Gainesville, _Tower Rose Society, 8 his doctorate. A member of'
THURSDAY, October 1 House. The bridegroom is the son ..
[ AttendantsMrs. p.m. Community Room, Guar- the U of F Agriculture faculty -
Leon Herring, sister of Pre-wedding supper fet- Brunch for MurpheySpivey anty Federal Building. of Mr. and Mrs. Orbie Hornof he is a turf specialist. -.
the bride matron of hon- ing Miss Ann Gracy and her wedding party and out of Gainesville.The ....
The bride
or.. fiance, Capt. John Herbert town guests, 11:30 a.m., Mr. WEDNESDAY, September 30 bride- wore an egg shell employed as .

; Frank Webb, sister of the bridegroom Eliot, Mansfield, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. William T. Arnett, I University of Florida New- silk suit, matching accesso- secretary to 0. P. Wells. ,..-

and Mrs. Ben Barron. and Mrs. Ernest Burch and 2105 NW Third Place. comers Coffee, 10 a m. and 8 ries and an white orchid The couple will establish a ___

I Miss Diane Delotte was brides- << Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cox of Brunch honoring Gracy-El- p.m., University W 0 men's corsage. home at 3805 SW Fifth Place. --

maid. < Lakeland at the Burch's iot wedding party and out of Clubhouse, ,Newberry Road.

f The attendants wore blue home on Lake Geneva. town guests, 11 a.m., Dr. and Gainesville Bridge Club Art Classes '

I dresses, made by the bride's a > I Bridesmaids luncheon Mrs.: Edwin A. Andrews, 805 7:30, p.m., Holiday Inn. Dance :;
mother ry feting Miss Ann Gracy, bride- NE Fifth Avenue. University City Bridge I
accessories and
corsages ,
of pink roses. elect of Capt. John Herbert Reception, 4 p.m., follow- Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, Planned by Rec Center -
r Eliot of Mansfield Ohio Miss Ann 107 NW 15th Terrace.
Dorthan Thomas served his _. .._ _. ._ 1 ing the wedding of
r' -- p.m., Mrs. William G. Nick- Moore Gracy, daughter of THURSDAY, October 1 Registration for chi I ldren's Classes have been slated a fall
son as best Ushers
man. were Mrs. ---1 Ham and her daughters Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cecil Gra- University Women's Club, ballroom dancing and art classes series to begin on October 24
Wayne Anderson and John Anderson Joseph David Thomas
David Cofrin, Mrs. Harold cy, and Capt. John Herbert Evening bridge, 8 p.m., Uni- at the Gainesville Recrea- at the Recreation Center.
t' brothers of
the bride
l; I Goforth of Ocala and Mrs. Eliot, son of ,Mr. and Mrs. versity Women's Club, New- tion Center will open this week. Classes will be held for a period '
and Gene Thomas and Kenny ception was given in the church Mrs. J. L. Pagano, Harrison, Jack Harris of 0 rl a ndo John Henry Eliot of Mans- berry Road.Gainesville. A Beginning Ballroom Dancing of 8 weeks, highlighted by """

Ray Thomas, brothers of the hall.The N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gainesville Golf and Country field, Ohio, at the homeof Chapter 44, program for boys and girlsin an art show during the 1 a s t"

T bridegroom. bride chose a two-piece Dykes, Columbia, S.C.; Mr. and Club.FRIDAY. the bride's parents, 314 OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Tem- the sixth, seventh and eighth class. "
|lj I Cecilia Coleman was flower white dress and matching accessories Mrs. Jimmy Lewis, Edmund, October 2 NE Fourth Avenue. ple. grades, has been scheduled. Instructors for the course are

''4 girl and Stephen White wasring' for her traveling en S.C.Mrs. Rehearsal dinner honor- Wedding of Miss Martha University of Florida Faculty Classes will be held on Mon- Mrs. Hugh C. Davis, a graduate -

bearer. semble. A. J. Amic, Batesburg, ing Miss Edwinna Murphey, Edwinna Murphey, daughterof Club, Buffet Dinner, 6 to 8 day, Tuesday and Wednesdayfrom of Austin Peay State .College -

t. The bride's mother wore a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Starl- and their son, Verley'J. Spi- Dr. and Mrs. Mtlledge Mur- p.m., U. F. Faculty Club. 3:45 to 4:45: p.m., at the and Mrs. Robert Jessup.' "

blue lace dress, matching accessories make their home at 1132 NE vey, 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. phey Jr., and Verley Jemoine Mothers' Club of Universl Recreation Center. The class is offered for secv.,
ing, Titusville Mr. and Mrs.
t and a pink rose cor Sixth Avenue, after a wedding ; Verley T. Spivey of Jack- Spivey, son of Mr. and Mrs. versity Women's Club, 10 Mrs.'Benjamin Leavitt will be and through sixth grade students -

sage. The bridegroom's mother trip.Out W. R. Wentz, Crescent City; sonville, Thomas Hotel. Verley T. Spivey of Jackson- a.m., Mrs. H. J. Babers, 206 instructor for the program. and the fee is $4.

chose pink lace dress, matching of town guest present for Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ogle and Rehearsal dinner h o nor- ville, 4 p. m., First Presby- NE 1st Avenue. Registration for class will be A second session is scheduledto

accessories, and a corsage of the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson, Jackson- ing Miss Ann Gracy and her terian Church. Wedding sup Gainesville Junior Woman's held Tuesday and Wednesday at begin January 16, followedby

pink roses. Mrs. James White, Columbia, ville; Mrs. Ophelia Andersonand fiance, Capt. John Herbert per for bridal party and out Club, Coffee, 9:15 a.m., Meet- the Recreation Center. The fee a third session on March 20.

I Reception Follows S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Senn, Mrs. Willie Brazelle, West Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio, 7 of ,town guests, 6 p.m., Prim- ing, 9:30 a.m., Gainesville for 12 lessons will be $6. Registration for class begins

Following the ceremony, a re- West Columbia, S. C.; Mr. and Columbia, S.C. p.m., Mrs. William G. Nick- rose Inn by bride's parents. Woman's Club. The Childrens' Fine Artsit todav.

ril i l Pressure of Living Stifles Ability to Love Writer Believes I IThis

; ( Is the second article hence more people are deprived ,them a goodnight kiss. The Money Isn't Love wasn't really things they by approving. People like to

of a series by Howard Whit- I" of their share. Boston Floating Hospital for In a mercenary society,! wanted; it may have been a be listened to and to be approved -

man, noted writer on hu- Life Was SimpleIn THE AMERICAN WAY Infants and Children recently some pepole equate money I simple quality with no price for what does that

man affairs. He tells why I our communities of 5 0 established a "Family Partici- with love. This they may bringup tag at all: love. say except that you love them.

the American way of love years ago, when families were ;* ; by pation Unit" in which mothers from childhood, from the! A Good ListenerA Well, if it's so important: to

is the key to our future as large and life was simple, could not only live right at days when a parent says, "If wealthy midwestern banker be loved, how does one.

individuals, and points the* love was less rare. The word I:1L1k: : ;.Howard Whitmancriminals I the hospital with child patients you're a good boy I'll give youa stunned his friends in high achieve this halcyon state!

way to a happier way of "insecurity" was less bandied but could assist in the quarter." That means Mom. society by marrying an obscure The philosopher Hecato- gavt-

life. Second of a Series) about, for there was, in grand- even murderers and pathetic soul, one who does daily routines of temperature- !mie and Daddy love him a librarian. He marriedher the answer in ancient times. '

LOVE WHO NEEDS IT? ma's and grandpa's closely studied their case histories of not judge him or condemn taking, washing, and feeding.Go quarter's worth. Think how after knowing her only 18 He said to his followers, "I-
I.knit ,societies, the automatic rejection. I heard prosecutors him or make demands upon much more he'll be loved days. When a friend asked will show you a love potion..
One day at Wandsworth Pri- the
there to
I security of belonging. Love admit, "If only somebody had him but is content simplyto from execu- when he gets into a fivefig- her, "How did he happen to without drug or herb or any r'
son, in from England the,exercise an inmate escaped was a kind of birthright, and loved these poor devils they listen and attempt to under- tive suite atop the tallest ure bracket. fall in love with you?" she witch's spell; if you wish to beloved
: each one received approxi- wouldn't be here." stand. building in your town and you I replied, "I think it was because love." "" ,
When he found sometime
was his share by the sim- This misconception may explain I at his Next SEX AND THE LOVE"
mately A businessman under will find, equally present but] laughed jokesso :
later he was huddled in a psy- miserable mil-
ple virtue of existing. I saw drug addicts, some of many a much." RELATIONSHIP ....
s chimney on the prison roof, chiatric treatment remarked, perhaps less obvious the need lionaire. He has the money
Today families are small, the most pathetically shipwrecked how Certainly many a woman (Copyright, 1964, by Howard -,.,..
just his head and shoulders human "You have no idea goodit for love. They busy executive, but he still hasn't found the
often scattered and life i is beings you Whitman
has won her man simply by )
is be able talk and the needsto
to to
out even bellowing one,
sticking shouting plain- love. "'
swift, tense, and competitive.There can imagine being rehabilitated listening. And more Distributed by The Register .
tively, "Nobody loves me." have no one interrupt you, or be loved by someone. If'" many ..... r
at Lexington, Kentucky
is competition for ev- have held their and Tribune Syndicate
I suppose we all like to with an atmosphere of love as put in his two cents' worth, you psychoanalyzed him you I For some women, possession men simply
for love.
I make that outcry now and erything even the primary therapy. or tell you you're wrong, or might even find that the primary -i becomes a substitute for love.
i then, if not from a prison Pressure of daily living stif- start talking about himself." motive behind his hard The new house, the mink coat,
Why Religion HelpsIn
les our ability to love. W e A Universal Need and the of splurge for new fur- --
chimney at least from a driving, wellspring or a great
the psychosomatic clinicsof
gloomy cell deep within our- keep saying life gets more New York and Chicago, I The need for love is the his seemingly limitless ener- niture, may give them an ephemeral ,..
selves. Lovelessness is a pri- and more complex. What we most universal of human char- gy, 'is the need to be loved. It uplift and then rr
saw the doctors dealing with
son wherein most of us are in- mean is that it gets more difficultit dif physical ailments -real painsall acteristics. We need it from may be hidden; he may not they wonder why the satisfac- r
mates at some time or other. ficult. And the more the moment we draw breath. consciously recognize himself tion seems to evaporate S 0 Reed I Ior
becomes the less we feel right, but pains that stem- A FJnanetnffPlan for fVsry
have discovered thata but it is there. quickly. Perhaps it's because
No one knows quite why hu- Hospitals -
that society loves us, and the med from inner lovelessn e ss,
beings have such, a dire maternity ward can have ,
man emotional engines burning out
less, in turn, we are able to
need for love. All we know love. We shrivel up. We, and their parts for lack of the lubricant every bit of modern equip- ..VI
certain is that the need ment, the finest staff, the
the world in which we live, be- of love.
exists. Psychiatrist A. A. Brill come loveless. One reason religion helps so most sophisticated medica- ,r GREAT .-
tions but VALUE! 1
none can producea
"It is -
once wrote, quite as essential This lovelessness, my yearsof many people is that it offers thriving infant half so wellas
for ,a person to have observing and writing in love. It says even to the hum-
the simple vitamin of mother -
love as to have pure air and the field of human -problemshave blest, "God loves you." At an love.
food to sustain him. convinced me, is at the Ashram, a religious retreat I r r
Southmead Hospital, in Bris-
Perhaps because of the way troubles. attended at Green Lake, Wis-
root of many our
tol England, changed its visit-
we live speed, the mechanIzation consin
Love the AnswerI a middle-aged woman MOTOROLAstereo
the busyness love have watched the psychia- said to me, "Until I came ing hours so that parents of I i
child could in
patients come
seems in short supply today; trists battle against schizophrenia here I felt like nobody. I was
at night and tell their chil- -
emotional convinced that no one in the [ rxk
depression, hifiI
dren bedtime stories and give !! --
I conflicts and discover that whole world really cared .

the great taproot of mental whether I lived or died. But

ti Joni'sStudio i;ills is lovelessness. I have now I have a different feelingI -i in a coffee table .....

i watched the psycholog i st s believe God loves me." iJ1a ,,-

,! of the Dancer wrangle over how to bring up Love is one of the prime _JJ.J fl I iLrJModel '

406 E. Univ. Axe. babies scheduled feeding values in psychiatric treat- '.
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Assassination Events Summary and ConclusionsI I<


C. WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (AP) Dallas motorcycle patrolman, In a shoe store .a few blocks'

Following is the text of the Marrion L. Baker, was riding in farther west oh Jefferson, the

"Summary report of and the conclusions President's in Com-the ITHE WARREN REPQRT I the motorcade at a point several S manager, Johnny Calvin.Brew-
er, heard the siren of a police
mission on the Assassination of cars behind the President. He S..SSSS SSSS : '
car moments after the radio in
President Kennedy: had turned right from Main wi'S
his store announced the shootingof
'SUMMARY Street onto Houston Street and T'S
and CONCLUSIONS S the police officer in Oak Cliff.
was about 200 feet south of Elm 4wiiS\ ?
f The assassination of John :
I Brewer
saw a man step quicklyinto
Street when he heard a shot. S
Fitzgerald Kennedy on Novem- ... the of the
\ 1" '. ik ; entranceway
Baker returned
having recently
'ber 22, 1963, was a cruel and 7 ) store and stand there with his

shocking act of violence di- : f from a week of deer hunting, back toward the street. When
was certain the shot came froma
rected against a man, a family, t'. \ L ..' high-powered rifle. He lookedup S the police car made a U-turn
I a nation, and against all man- "" y and headed back In the dir c-

kind. A young and vigorous L- . and saw pigeons scatteringin tIon of
the Tippit shooting, the
air from
the their
T : perches on :
Jeader whose years of public f man left and Brewer followed
and private life stretched before Ol\.-. -. ; the Texas School Book Depository him. He saw the man enter the

him was the victim of the fourth I. Building. He raced his
J "iI. Texas Theatre, a motion picture,
motorcycle to the building, dismounted -
Presidential assassination in the '
; .W. house about 60 feet without
: w a scanned the area to
"history of a dedicated to ..
country -& : buying a ticket. Brewer
the west and pushed his way
the concepts of reasoned argu- 't PHOTO THROUGH RIFLE SCOPE pointed this out to the cashier

ment and peaceful politicaldiane. ,",\ ", I the through entrance.the spectators There he encoun-toward DURING RE-ENACTMENT Mrs. Julia Postal, who called
This Commission S
I created on November 29, 1963 was, f ff tered Roy Truly, the building the police. The time was shortly
superintendent, who offered A few minutes later he en-i truck on the opposite side of the after 1:40: p.m.
fl' 'in: recognition of the right of
Baker his help. They entered tered a vacant taxi four blocks street about 25 feet in front of At 1:29 the
1 people everywhere to full and f p.m., police radio
11' truthful knowledge concerning the building, and ran toward the away and asked the driver' to Tippit's tar. He observed the had noted the similarity in the
-" .,..
: these events. This report endeavors -- two elevators in the rear. Find. take him to a point on North gunman start back toward Pat- descriptions of the suspects in

ing that both elevators were on Beckley Avenue several blocks ton Avenue, removing the emp the
to fulfill that right and I Tippit shooting and the as
tl II I, :to appraise this tragedy by the .-- .. ,an upper floor, they dashed up beyond his rooming house.; The ty cartridge cases from the gun I sassination. At 1:45 pjn., in
I required 5 or 6 minutes. At he went. Benavides rushed to
the stairs. Not more than 2 trip as E
light of reason and the standardi response to Mrs. Postal's call,
I fairness. It has.been. !'-, I minutes had elapsed since the about 1 p.m. Oswald arrived at Tippit's side. The patrolman, the police radio sounded the

i shooting. the rooming house. The housekeeper apparently dead, was lying or pI I alarm
prepared with a deep awareness : "Have information a
Mrs. Earlene Roberts, his revolver, which was out of
of the Commission's responsibility suspect just went in the Texas
When reached the
they sec
J to see Oswald at its holster. Benavides
was surprised promptlyreported
Theatre "
I to present to the American on West Jefferson.
ond-floor their
landing on way and remarked to him
t: people an objective report of the midday shooting to police Within minutes the theater
't up to the top of the building, that he seemed to be in the radio inTippit's was
quite a headquarters over I
;: :facts relating to the assassination. Seating in Presidential LimousineThis Patrolman Baker, thought he surrounded. The house lights
hurry. He made no reply. A few car. The message was; were then turned Patrolman
caught a glimpse o f someone
minutes later Oswald received after 1:16
"' emerged shortly p.m M. N.
1 : NARRATIVE OF EVENTS is Warren Commission Exhibit No. 697. President Kennedy at extreme through the small glass windowin from his room zipping up his As the gunman left the scene,, other McDonald and several

? At 11:40 ajn., C.S.T., on Friday left on rear seat, his wife beside him. John Connally of Texas and his wife were the door separating the hal jacket and rushed out of the he walked hurriedly back to man who policemen had approached the

f November 22, 1963, President on jump seats in front of the President. area near the stairs from the house. ward Patton Avenueand- turned to them, been pojnted' out
John F. Kennedy, Mrs. small vestibule leading into the by Brewer.
Approximately 14 minutes left, heading south. Standing on
'i Kennedy, and their party arrived -, crowds, the roofs, and windowsof crowd on the right. He started ; for an examination of his back. lunchroom. Gun in hand, he later, and just 45 minutes after the northwest corner of 10th I McDonald ordered the man to

i i at Love Field, Dallas, :' buildings, overpasses, and to turn toward the left and suddenly At 1 p.m., after all heart activity rushed to the door and saw a the assassination, another violent Street and Patton Avenue was his feet and heard, him say,

I: .'Tex. Behind them was the first crossings for signs of trouble. felt a blow on his back. ceased and, the Last Rites man about 20 feet away walking shooting occurred in Dallas. Helen Markham, who had been I "Well, it's all over now." The

i' day of a Texas trip planned 5months Behind the "followup" car was The Governor had been hit by a were administered\ by a priest, toward the other end of the The victim was Patrolman J. D. walking south on Patton Avenue man drew a gun from his waist

.. before by the President, the bullet which entered lunchroom. The man was emp- and had both the killer and L with one hand and
\ Vice-Presidential car carry- > at the extreme -President Kennedy was pro- Tippit of the Dallas police, an L seen struck the
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson tug the Vice President'and Mrs. right side of his back at a nounced dead. Governor ty-handed. At Baker's command officer with a good record dur-LS Tippit cross the intersection in officer with the other. :McDonald -
& and John B. Connally Jr., below his the man turned and approached front of her she waited the struck
Johnson and Senator Ralph W. point right armpit. Connally underwent surgery ing his more than 11 years with as on out with his right
I I Governor of Texas. After leaving The[ bullet traveled him. Truly, who had curb for traffic to She hand and
Yarborough. Next were a Vice- through his and ultimately recovered from the police force. He was shot pass. grabbed the gun with
: the White House on Thursday chest in started up the stairs to the third witnessed the and then his left hand.
i / Presidential "followup" car and a downward and for- his serious wounds. near the intersection of 10th shooting After a brief

: 1 morning, the President had i several cars and buses for additional !-i ward direction, exited below his Upon learning of the Presi- floor ahead of Baker, returnedto .Street and Patton Avenue, about saw the man with a gun in his struggle McDonald and several

i flown initially to San Antonio dignitaries, press representatives right nipple, passed through his dent's death Vice President see what had delayed the nine-tenths of a mile from Os S hand walk back toward the other police officers disarmedand

I ''I where Vice President Lyndon B. and others. right wrist which had been in Johnson left Parkland patrolman. Baker asked Truly wald's rooming house. At the corner and cut across the lawnof handcuffed the suspect and
Ii ,Pt I Johnson joined the party and his and Hospital whether he knew the man in the the house as' he started drove him to
The motorcade left Love Field lap, then caused a under close guard and proceeded time of the assassination, Tippitwas corner police headquarters
lunchroom. that
''I the President dedicated new wound to his left thigh. The Truly replied south on Patton Avenue.In arriving at
shortly) after 11:50: a.m., and to the Presidential plane at alone in his patrol car, the approximately
the worked in the
t I research facilities at the U.S. force of the bullet's impact, man building, routine for the corner house itself, 2 p.m.
proceeded> through residential Love Field. Mrs. practice most police
Kennedy, accompanying -
I Baker turned from
Air Force School of Aerospace appeared to spin the Governor I whereupon Mrs. Barbara Jeanette Davis
at this time of
eighborhoods, stopping twiceat her husband'sbody patrol cars day.
[i: Medicine. Following a testimonial to his right, and Mrs. Connally the man and proceeded, with and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Vir Following the assassination,
the President's request to boarded the plane He had been ordered by radio at
shortly ; police
dinner in Houston for U. Truly, up the'stairs. The man cars had rushed to the
ft I pulled him down into her lap. ginia Davis, heard the shots and
12:45 to to the
well-wishers thereafter. proceed
I greet among the At 2:38: p.m., in the encountered had started p.m. Texas School Book
;; 5. Representative Albert Thomas friendly crowds. Each time the Another bullet then struck President -central compartment of the they ,central Oak Cliff area :I; part of rushed to the door in time to seethe in Depository
in the Texas SchoolBook : response to the
President flew to Fort working many radio
Kennedy in the rear 'a man walk rapidly across the I
concentration of
President's halted portion patrol car
car Secret .plane, Lyndon B. Johnson was
Depository Building on : messages reporting that
.Worth where he spent the night of his head lawn shaking a revolver as if he the
causing a mas-
Service around the center of the
from the "fol- in the activity
S agents I sworn as 36th Presidentof shots had been
October 16 1963. His fellow fired
,.and spoke at a large breakfast lowup" car moved to assume a ive and fatal wound. The President the United States by Federal workers described, him city following the assassination.At were emptying it of cartridge. Depository Building. from the
gathering on Friday. fell to the left into Mrs.Kennedy's as very cases. Later that day each Inspector
12:54 radioed that he
protective stance.near the President district Court Judge Sarah T. Tippit J. Herbert
"loner. His Sawyer of the
quiet a name Dallas
-' Planned for later that day lap. woman found a cartridge case.
had moved directed and
and Mrs. Kennedy. As the Hughes. The plane left immediately was Lee Harvey Oswald. as Police Department arrived
...were a motorcade through motorcade reached Main Street, Secret Service Agent ClintonJ. for Washington, D.C., would be available for any em- near the house. As the gunman the scene shortly after at

"--downtown Dallas, a luncheon a principal east-west artery in Hill, riding on the left running arriving at Andrews AFB, Md., Within about 1 minute after ergency. By this time the police turned the corner he passed the first of these police hearing radio

I ,speech at the Trade Mart, and a downtown Dallas, the welcome board of the "followup"car at 5:58 p.m. e.s.t. The Presi- i his encounter with Baker and radio had broadcast several alongside a taxicab which wa messages at 12:34

I "flight to Austin where the President became tumultuous.At heard a noise which sounded dent's body was taken to the 'Truly, Oswald was seen passing messages alerting the police to parked on Patton Avenue, a few the officers who had p.m. Some of

i would attend a reception the extreme west end of like a firecracker and saw National Naval Medical Center, through the second-floor offices. the suspect described by Bren- feet from 10th Street. The driver ; signed to the area of Elm been as-
.and speak at a ,Democratic Main treet the motorcade the President suddenly lean Bethesda, Md., where it was; In his hand was a full "Coke" nan at the scene of the assassi- William W. Scoggins, had ,Houston Streets for the motor-

'f lund-raising dinner. From Austin turned right on Houston Street forward and to the ]left. Hill given a complete pathological bottle which he had purchasedfrom nation a slender white male, seen the slaying and was now cade were
talking to witnessesand
he would proceed to the and proceeded north for one jumped off the car and raced examination. The autopsy disclosed a vending machine in the about 30 years old, 5 feet 10 crouched behind his cab on the: watching the

I. _Texas ranch of the Vice President block in order to make a left toward the President's lim the large head wound lunchroom. He was walking inches and weighing about 165 street side. As the eunman cut: Sawyer arrived. Sawyer building entered when

Evident on this trip were turn on Elm Street, the most ousine. In the front seat of the. observed at Parkland and the toward the front of the building pounds.At I through the shrubbery on the the building and rode

j, .the varied roles which an American direct and convenient approach I Ito Vice-Presidential car, Agent wound in the front of the neck where a passenger elevator anda approximately 1:15 p.m., I lawn, Scoggins looked up and ger elevator to the fourth a passen-floor

President performs the Stemmons Freeway and Youngblood heard an explosionand which had been enlarged by the short flight of stairs provided Tippit was driving slowly in an saw the man approximately 12 whjch! was the top floor for ,
.Jead of State, Chief Executive, the Trade Mart. As the Presi- noticed unusual movementsin Parkland doctors when they access to the main entrance of easterly direction en East 10th feet erray. In his hand was a elevator. He

i party leader, and, in this in- dent's car approached the inter- the crowd. He vaulted into performed the tracheotomy.Both the building on the first floor. Street in Oak Cliff. About 100 pistol and he muttered words search, returned conducted to the a quick main

t -stance, prospective candidate' section of Houston and Elm the rear seat and sat on the of these wounds were described Approximately 7 minutes later, feet past the intersection of 10th which sounded to Scoggins like floor and, between

I ..,for re-election. Streets, there loomed directly Vice President in order to pro- in the autopsy report as at about 12:40 p.m., Oswald Street and Patton Avenue, Tip- "poor dumb cop" or "poor mately 12:37 and 12:40 approxi-

The Dallas motorcade, it was ahead on the intersection's tect him. At the same time being "presumably of exit." In boarded a bus at a point on Elm pit pulled up alongside a man damn cop." ordered that no one be p.m.,
I ..hoped, would evoke a demonstration northwest corner a seven-story, Agent Kellerman in the front addition the autopsy revealed a Street seven short blocks east of walking in the same direction.The After passing Scoggins, the ted to leave the budding --m.

p of the President's personal orange brick warehouse and seat of the Presidential limousine small wound of entry in the'rear the Depository Building. The man met the general description gunman crossed to the west side

J popularity in a city which office building, the Texas SchoolBook turned to observe the of the President's skull and bus was traveling west toward of the suspect wantedin of Patton Avenue and ran south Shortly before 1 p.m. Capt. J.

I "' he had lost in the 1960 election. Depository. Riding in the President. another wound of entry near the the very building from which connection with the assassi- toward Jefferson Boulevard, a Will Fritz, chief of> the homicideand

I Once it had been decided that Vice President's car, Agent Seeing that the President was base of the back of the neck. Oswald had come. Its route lay I nation. He walked over to Tip- main ak Cliff thoroughfare. Or robbery bureau of the Dallas

i; ( the trip to Texas would span 2 Rufus W. Youngblood of the struck, Kellerman instructed The autopsy report stated the through the Oak Cliff section pit's car, rested his arms on the the east side of Patton, between Police Department, arrived

d days, those responsible for planning Secret Service noticed that the the driver, "Let's get out of cause of death as "Gunshot in southwest Dallas, whereit door on the righthand side of the 10th Street and Jefferson Boulevard to take charge of the investiga.

I primarily Governor clock atop the building indicated here; we are hit" He radioed wound, head," and the bullets would pass seven blocks east car, and apparently exchanged Ted Callaway, a used car tion. Searching the sixth floor,

I Connally and Kenneth O'Don- 12:30 p.m., the scheduled arrival -i ahead to the lead car, "Get us which struck the President were 'of the rooming house in which words with Tippit through the salesman, heard the shots and Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney

II e, nell, a special assistant to the time at the Trade Mart. to the hospital immediately1." described as having been fired Oswald was living, at 1026 North window. Tippit opened the dooron ran to the sidewalk. As the man noticed a pile of cartons in the

b President, agreed that a motorcade Agent Greer accelerated "from a 'point behind and some- Beckley Avenue. On the bus was the left side and started to with the gun rushed past, Callo- southeast corner. He squeezed

41 : through Dallas would be been The President's car which had the Presidential immediately As what above the level of the de Mrs. Mary Bledsoe, one of Os. ,walk around the front of his way shouted "What's goingon through the boxes and realized

It, desirable. The Secret Service going north made a sharp it gained Hill car. ceased." wald's former landladies who I car. As he reached the front ?" The man merely immediately that he had discovered -
speed, Agent
turn toward the southwest onto man-
was told on November 8 that 45 him. wheel the driver's side Jefferson the point from which the
immediately recognized on the shrugged, ran on to
to '
aged himself the
Elm Street. At of about pull onto At the scene of the shooting
a speed ,
had been allotted to shots had
minutes a been
I Oswald stayed on the bus man on the sidewalk drew a Boulevard and turned right. On fired. On the
back of the approximately revolver -
11 miles per hour, it started car where Mrs.. there was evident confusion at
l motorcade procession from Kennedy had climbed. Hill 3 or 4 minutes, and fired several shotsin the next corner was a gas station floor were three empty car
.j down the descent the outset concerning the
gradual to- pointof
Love Field to the site of a luncheon -ward a railroad under pushed her back into the rear origin of the shots. Witnesses during which time it proceededonly rapid succession, hitting Tip- with a parking lot in the tridge cases. A carton had apparently -

planned by Dallas business overpass seat and shielded the stricken I two blocks because of the pet four times and killing him rear. The assailant ran into the been placed on the
which the motorcade I differed in their accounts of the
: : and civic leaders in honor President and Mrs. traffic jam created by the motorcade instantly. An automobile repairman lot, discarded'his jacket and floor at the side of the windowso
proceed before reaching the Kennedy as! direction from which the soundof
of the President. After consider- the President's and the assassination. Domingo Benavides, heard then continued his flight west on that a person sitting on the
Stemmons Freeway. The frontof car proceeded at the shots emanated. Within a
I I "ing; the facilities and security carton could
Oswald then left the bus. the shots and stopped his pickup Jefferson. down Elm
high !
speed to Parkland -
the Texas Memorial few minutes however
.' problems of several buildings, School Book Depository I attention I Street toward the overpass and
the Trade Mart was chosen asI was now on the Presi- Hospital, 4 miles away. centered on the Texas School scarcely be noticed from the

.the luncheon site. Given this dent's right, and he waved to At Parkland, the Presidentwas Bqpk Depository Building as the outside. Between this carton

I, ,I I selection, and in accordance the crowd assembled there as immediately treated by a source of the shots. The buildingwas WHEREAIOUTS OF \ and the half-open window were

1 with the customary practice of he passed the building. Dealey team of physicians who had occupied by a private cor- three additional cartons

affording the greatest number Plaza is an open, landscaped been alerted for the President's poration, the Texas School Book LEE HARVEY OSWALD at such an angle that arranged
1. i of people an opportunity to seeI' area marking the western end arrival by the Dallas Police Depository Co., which distributed tMtwMn rifle resting on the top carton

the President, the motorcade of downtown Dallas stretched ,Department as the result of a I II school textbooks of several S would be aimed directly at the
selected natural out to the President's left. A!I radio from representatives of the publish- 133
j route was a message the motor- Micro! 1:50 PM.WlIIM motorcade as it moved
I' cne. The route was approved by Secret Service agent riding in cade after the shooting. The publishers and leased spaced to .. from the building. The away
** the motorcade radioed the doctors Most of the employees in 22 1963 pvw ... high
the local host committee and noted irregular ers. V Wi I IWW f =I- stack of boxes, which first attracted

."White House representatives on Trade Mart that the President breathing movements and a the building worked for these ...r.......,....". ..':.,.. ..... Mooney's attention

November 18 and publicized in would arrive in 5 minutes. possible heartbeat, although publishers. The balance, including -5- !.: effectively screened a ,
person at
\ :the local papers starting on Seconds later shots resoundedin they could not detect a pulse- a 15-man warehousing crew, ,..... the window from the view of

November 19. This advance I rapid succession. The President's beat. They observed the. exten- were employees of the Texas : d". .. w anyone else on the floor.
publicity made It clear that the I hands moved to his neck. sive wound in the President'shead School Book Depository Co. x/ ,.-

motorcade would leave Main He appeared to stiffen momentarily .and a small wound approximately itself. $ : Mooney's discovery, intensified .

"Street and pass the intersection and lurch slightly forward one-fourth inch in Several eyewitnesses in frontof ;1L& IDlY the search for additional fie

"of Elm and Houston Streets as in his seat. A bullet had entered diameter in the lower third of the building reported that tJi ITT[ -.... .... evidence on the sixth floor, and );

proceeded to the Trade Mart by the base of the back of his neck his neck. In an effort to facilitate -they saw a rifle being fired I sL S., --.... at 1:22 p.m., approximately 10 t

'way of the Stemmons Freeway. slightly to the right of the spine. breathing, the physicians from the southeast_ corner window :% -.-..... minutes after the cartridge

By midmorning of November It traveled downward and exit performed a tracheotomy by on the sixth floor .f the ci -MS.I.I............ _. ";- --U- cases were found,Deputy Sfeer.iff :J.' I
]f l *22, clearing skies in Dallas dis ed from the front of the neck, enlarging the throat wound and Texas School Book -I.. ::J.-s.%.; Tt :- -.n. Eugene Boone turned his
pelledthethreatofrainandthet causing a nick in the left lower inserting a tube. Totally absorbed Depository. ....Ie 1 ":w flashlight in the dkeoUon of two
portion of the knot in the President's One eyewitness, Howard L. :r. .. ..:::: rows of boxes k Ute
the crowds in the Bertfcwwt f
President immediate
t greeted task of Brennan, had been watching the .3. I :.re. fI-I
from his open limousine without necktie. Before the shoot- trying to preserve the Presi- I lMMv4b% ? r _,___ __ '--It: corner near the staircase.
from point Elm MrfltefefeNkL r
parade a on
the "bubbletop," which was at ing started, Governor Connally dent's life, the attending doctors : INSERT A Stuffed between the two rows
Street directly opposite and
't I that time a plastic shield fur- had been facing toward the never turned the President over facing the building. He promptly was a bolt-action rifle with al- II

nishing protection only against telescope sight. The rifle was
told a policeman that he had
the leftofthepresidentlntherearseat not touched until |it } "
inclement weather. To could be
seen a slender man, about 5 feet
S 10 inches in his early thirties, A9 photographed. When Lt J. C. ,
Day of the
was Mrs. Kennedy. In the jump take deliberate aim from the bureau police identification I

seats were Governor Connally, S sixth-floor corner window and decided that the wooden 1 !
who of the President stock and the metal hob
was in front '\ fire a rifle in the direction of thepresident's end at the ; f
and Mrs. Connally at the car. Brennan I. of the bolt conai IB.d DO : I

Governor's left. Agent William ., thought he might be able to ;r' r'I prints, he held th e.rifle hy the ;i
5- -R. Greer of the Secret Service wWIe CaptaiR Prib Jl
the since he
identify man had _
..was. driving, and Agent'Roy H. noticed him in the window a few I1 Iu S edalvetheubyoperatgtM I
Kellerman to his .' ant ii
was sitting minutes before the motorcade S DOted Day prjptjy

1 ..right. l- .' made'the turn onto Elm Street. .. t&tstampej 011 the rifle ki

Directly behind the Presidential '.. At 12:34 pjn., the Dallas police ItseU.waa., t 'aerial JIUB1 '..
"' c ?
R limousine was an open "fol .. radio mentioned the Depository 6a3wel1astheSmarkiegs

:, jowup" car with eight Secret :; -,"'... .. ., Building as a possible source of "::1940"' 1TALY; and f
.... cJ4 tt
Service agents, two in the front" the'shots'and at'12:45 p.m., the .." 6.5. 1b, rifle waj about "
seat two in the rear, and two on ( t radio broadcast 40 in b long and
police a description wh n disu7"
each running in I board.- These S'S_ & -. of the suspected assassin i._ ._ _L_ ._.lNkRT aerubled it could fit)&tA,a handf
4gea& accordance;with nor S \
; Papc ..
S based ,
primarily Brennan's
4 on -- _:__ >
mal, Secret Service procedures, -- observations. r 1Il _.M'1% *. 1U** t-- -:--- S the.: "tr--, afterIn
J :....
: werc instructed to scan the Amateur's photo instant after shooting When the shots were fired, a Chart of Oswald's movements the afternoon of Nov. 22, 1963 t e:( 1..IIt.w. .: Gi ..

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Monday September 28, 1954 Gainesville Sun JT
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News of Special Interest BqkeQ.ffjnne:: ., ,.Calendar' Of Events fJ;

To the Colored MONDAY, September 23 Clubhouse, Newberry Road.
Born in. Gainesville ...Alpha Gamma Delta Merrysteppers, 8 p.m., City
Alumnae Club, Dinner Meeting Recreation Center.
News items for this page should be submit ted to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs,
7:30 Mrs. E.
521''NW Sth St. 'by mail,, or by phone atFR 6-5753.' Do not send news directly to the Gainesville Tew, 1303 pjn.NW 31st Street.Roy Gainesville Rose Society. 8

Son office. y? ,* *- With the announcement thata er with Topping. 'Roll,out remaining Soroptimist Registrar's Office p.m. Community Room, Guar--." .

'. Florida teenager from Mel dough. Cut into six 3- Court House.Gainesvffle anty Federal Building.

NOTICE bourne won the Bake-Off hon- inch circles and sprinkle with S- Bridge Club WEDNESDAY September 30

II Mebane NotesBy The City -, wide Missionary ors in Miami during Pills- sugar. Place circles around 730 p.m., Recreation Center. University of Florida, and'Newcomers 8pjn. -

Band will hold its meeting at bury's sixteenth national con- edge of pie. Executive Board, Little : Coffee, 10 ajn.;
the Bell's Nursery School, today test, countless people remem- Bake at 425 degrees for '10 Women, 4:30: pjn., meeting University Road.

at 4:30 p.m. bered that Gainesville could minutes,. then 350j.for. >\30 followed by dinner, Mrs. Sam Newberry
ELEANOR OWENS da Davis; Secretary, Barbara The book is now open for claim the winner too. to 35 minutes until pastry is Goethe; hostess, Gwynn Oaks. Gainesville Bridge Club ,

ANDHERBERT I II Jones; Assistant Sec., Annette' new members. Seventeen-year old J ani s deep golden brown.- Makes, 1 TUESDAY, September 29 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn..

,I JONES I Hill; Business Managers; "Estel who took the 9-inch pie. ,
Boykin, $25,000 University of Florida Newcomers University City Bridge
The first
few weeks of school la Walton Melvin Hayes and PEACH FILLING '
; SLATES MEETINGThe prize, was born and lived in Coffee, 10 a.m., and Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall,
have, seen the student body Armarine Canty; Treasurer, Ed 1-3 9
Floral Court and Usher'sBoard Gainesville for a number of cup sugar Women'steenage 107 NW 15th Terrace.
8 University
busy trying to re-adjust to the Jackson; Reporters; Cecelia of Lodge No. 113 will 1 tablespoon cornstarch, pjn.

-, familiar routine of ,school, Lawton and Sharon Kelly;. Par meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at years. of and'Mrs. % teaspoon nutmeg ,..

books, and lessons. The first liamentarian: Eyv o nn e" An- le'home of Mrs. Carrie Pyles, Daughter Mr. 1 ,teaspoon grated lemon. mailBy -I

i study day was observed Sept. drews;,Sponsor, Mr. J. N.- Will, of, 403 S... W., 7th Avenue. B. C. Boykin,attended Janis grew up rind A-

17 and many organizations held iams. The dues, fines, taxes and here and Kirby. 2 lt aSpoons vanilla e tracf
for the first time. The Seniors Class Officers PresIdent Smith and Sidney Lan i e r Combine drained
meetings : -Grand Union fees are to be paidin peach
,, faculty entertained the student 1 Annette Hill; Secre- full because there will not be grade schools. ,Her mother is ,slices sugar? 'cornstarch.! nutmeg DEAR MRS. RICKER: Usually youngsters this happens your because,
in Eleanor Owens Assist the former Miss Ruth McMil vanilla extract and.lei- ,
body assembly.The tary, ; a meeting in October. : to
at teens begin
lan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MISS, 'BOYKIN My mother. is disappointed your age,
I following organizations ant Sec., Mae Edith Johnson; on rind; mix welL.CHEESEQAKE ,,- vJANIS -
w a* 'in me because we can't seem develope own opinions
have elected officers for the new Treasurer, Carol Mcginnis, Business PLANS PROGRAMThe W. S. McMillan. TOPPING ) She is and them more frey
to on anything.
school term: Student Council- Manager, Betty Frazier; Undenominational Choirs Youngest Winner 2 eggs, slightly_ beaten' sides 'over;'and Toll to. tnepoint. "a: ,,'nurse agree and ,wants me to be Their parents are amazed to

I President, Annette Hill; Vice Reporter, Gerald Cheesebrough; Union will present its program, The winner, youngest person 1-3 cup.sugar < .: S Insert pqpsicie. SCkJu.! one tooor, doctor, or med- discover their "little child's"

President, Ronald Hall; 2nd Sponsors, Mrs. E.: Cook, Mr. D. i ntitled "Choirs in Parade" at I ever to win the grand prize, .2- tablespoons peach Lqu d' .toVend,.of paitry* Vrrange.oa' Jct;;' technician; I'm not exactly ,interests and opinions do' riot:

I 'S Vice President, 'Carol Brown; R. Williams, Mrs. M. 'H. Me- the New Salem Baptist Churchat has a number,of proud rela- S. 3.'ounepackage'creamcbeise. r w* lightly! grease cockie\ sheets' :erajsjjabout such things, necessarily jibe' with their

t Assistant Sec.. Brenda Davis: Knight and Mr. W. Williams.All Arrendonda today at 8 p.m. tives in town: Mrs. Roy Rid- .' *:1'! ':Bakehi 20t hot QveH37S\>\F. :"for; although, to'please her, I triedJbeing'ahiurse's own. This is not to say Jha.t

i Treasurer, Betty Frazier; Chap-: l eyes ,were focused on the This promises to be a very gell, an aunt; James Wells, %. 'cup dairy lour cream ,t. ? 2rnopl.to rf aide for awhileI either teens or parents are
v <&? V' %" *
; lain, George Frazier; Business prospective N.H.A.'ers, this past fine entertainment, and the public Horace Wells, Miss Anne ,1 Hablespooji lemon j'Combine Dip- ., .Caramaliow. T o I p-' ''didn't like it., always right or wrong. 7tt

I I Manager, Herbert Jones; Parliamentarian week..They appeared on campus is Invited to attend. 'Toole, and Miss Helen Wells eggswg i- and pmg'and Jhen/roll, coconut I t"am 15 and have started this age some teens are' -inclined

d Sylvester Harris; with umbrellas raised, all day i all cousins. peach liquid in small sauce- or'chopp'iiiits. -- '* saving my" money to buy a to believe the most

Reporters, Patricia Miller and Monday, wearing leaves around NAACP MEETINGThe Janis ,has only been baking pan. Cook over low heat, stir- CARAMALLOW.TQPP1NGMelt guitar.. Well, this was the important things in life ire'

Richard West. their skirts on Tuesday, a sock I! NAACP Meeting has been for five years. She had .not ring constantly,'until mixture end for Mother and-she thinksit certain records, entertainers,

New Homemakers of America and a stocking Wednesday, set for Wednesday at 8 p.m. on planned to enter the ,contest thickens. Soften cream cheesein Vt lb., 24 caramels, 12 is a catastrophe! Going to hair styles or clothing fads.

l'' ; President Eleanor. Owens; Beatle hair-styles Thursday, and the ground floor of the Mt. Car- until her teacher, Mrs. Jackie small sour mixing bowL and lemon Blend'in marshmallows, 'and \\ cup see, or even liking, teenage Parents, from experience,*

e: Vice President, Estella Walton dressed as if they were goingto mel Baptist Church. Newman, urgered her to juice with cream mixer lowest evaporated milk in top of'double singing groups is another know these interests are
t ; Secretary, Joyce Roberts; church Friday.The try her'luck. The prize recipe boiler over hot Water. Re- crime in her book. She strictly temporary so they expect -
speed. Gradually add hOL mix-
-.1 I Assistant Sec., Linda Jundy; Mebane Hornets played CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSArcher was developed after. an as- ture move from heat, blend in 1 even has a fit because I give the teen to adopt their
beating until
1 Treasurer Marva Jones; Par. their first game of the season St. Peter Baptist- signment for her high school smooth. constantly teaspoon vanilla flavoring. If myself three facials a day! adult views. ,J.

1 liamentarian, Eyvonne A n- Sept. 18. The Hornets were defeated There will be church services home economics class. less topping is desired. cut I am in the top 80 per cent .
This is a time for teenagers -
t; drews; Reporters, Cecelia Law- by the Richardson High Tuesday at 8 p.m. because of At home, she helps to prepare PIEONASTICKDrain recipe in'half. of my class In school but she AND their parents to
ton and Bridine Jordan; Song- Wolves of Lake City 24-0. meeting of the association.The meals for her: parents, one No. 2 can of pine doesn't think I'm doing my learn more about the artof

t Managers, Brenda Davis and The faculty and student body members C.are asked to be her five brothers, Donald, 19; apple spears, (reserve liquid, ) best. compromise, to make allow
Rev. C. Henderson
Betty Frazier; Advisors, Miss wish to express their deepest present. David, 18; Cecil, 11;' Walter, PASTRY She also attaches too much ances for each other's age

I Marion Burgess and Mrs. Rosa sympathy to Mr. McGee, our pastor porter.; Mrs.. Katie Nattiel, re- 10; Billy, 4, and her baby sister 2 cups sifted all purpose. Church importance to money and I and views, to communicate

Assistant Administrator. We Shiralee.' flour S don't care whether I earn $50 under
freely and develop
Church of God
In Christ
Gill.Spanish Club: President, Linda -wish you a speedy recovery and Church School Her recipe for "PeachessyPie" % teaspoon salt or $500 a week as long as I standing. In your caseit
10 a.m.; morning made' Janis the first 1 teaspoon baking powder the work. Usually I try
Lundy; Vice President, Bren- are hoping to see you soon. 12 Yo enjoy seems you and Mother haXS
noon u n CirclesTUESDAY
g'eople's Bake-off prize winner from 1 cup quick cooking oats not to let Mother's attitude different opinions
Willing W o r k e r's
1'1, Florida in six years. 2-3 cup butter or margarine get me down and most of the
ACTIVE CAREER an Associate of Arts Degree, Meeting, 7 p.m.; and evening about what's important, what
i 1
time I take' it in good humor
Mrs. Anna Lupkiewicz o f egg
is dull and what's entertain
Miss Charlotte Joyce Will- left Thursday for the University worship, 8 p.m. Bishop H. Wil-
lams (insert) daughter of Mr. of Minnesota to continue -hams, pastor. Gainesville was the only other 2 to 3 tablespoons pineapple September 29 but it annoys me to say the ing. You are both wrong 15
juice least. Sometimes I
and Mrs. Thomas Williams of her studies for a degree in Greater Bethel A. M. E. national contest ant chosen Women of the First Presby- even a certain

(t 512 NW 7th Terrace, is present mortuary science this fall. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning from Florida for the Bake- Silt together flour, salt terian Church, Annual D i n- wonder if I might be adopted extent.'S

ly employed as a second grade Miss Annette Young left recently worship, 11 a.m.; A. C. E. Off. Her original recipe was and baking power. Stir'in ncr Meeting, 6:30: p.m., Fel- we are so different! What
I should do?
for Claftin University, at "Pie-on-a-Stick." quick cooking oats and cut in lowship Hall.University. I I
; teacher at Collier Elementary i league, 6 p.m.; and evening ANN,
Orange burg, S. C., where she Clip and Use butter with pastry blender until -
School in Reddick. I worship, 7 p.m. Rev. W. S. Methodist DEAR ANN Joni's .-
I Miss Williams received a is a student this fall. She is the White, pastor.Mt. Because of lack of ,space mixture resembles coarse : -

I bachelor of science degree in Elementary -: daughter of Mrs. Freddie Johnson Olive Primitive Baptist- last Sunday, the two Flor- meal. Church. Women's Society of According to my mail, par- Studio of the Danca---
Christian.Service, 8 m., ent-teen friction becomes especially -
I Education from Edward of Jacksonville, and also Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; idans' recipes were omitted. Beat in egg, pineapple juice. p.' when 406 E. Univ. Ave.
Foundation prevalent
Waters College Jackson- granddaughter; of Mrs. Alberta morning worship, 11 a.m.; and The prize recipesare printed Add to flour mixture stirring Lounge.as I :.

ville, June 1. Clark of this city. evening worship, 6:30: pm.: Rev.H. below for you to c lip, with a fork only enough to ADULTSCONDITIONING"....

She graduated with honors PERSONALSMiss Kinsey, pastor. bake in your own kitchen, moisten. "

and with- an accumulative Mary Baker and Miss Mt. Carmel Baptist There and add to your collection of Turn out on lightly foured! UF Newcomers RegisterContinued ,
Annie Mae Brown, both of Tampa ** S CLASS .v
: av will be mid-week Meditation "Florida Favorites. board. Knead
lightly Divide
I were guests of Miss Baker'srelatives ;
p erage of 3.24 for Services tomorrow, 7:30 ,p.m.; PEACHEESY PIE dough into 4 equal portions. ( from Page IBj) Mrs. William Purkey, Charlottesville Beginners Ballet
yesterday. .
Youth Forum
the entire four Wednesday, 7:30
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens 1 pound, 13- ounce can Roll out each portion to a circle Mrs. G. M. Beistle, Tulsa; ; Washington: Mrs. and Jazz
'f f years of her p.m., and also the Choirs will 10 inches in diameter.

college work. ,' and son, James, all of Atlanta, have ,their rehearsal, 8 p.m.; peach slices instant Spread 1 teaspoon softened Pennsylvania? Mrs. Dan i e 1 Roy Mumme, Belling ham; WED., SEPT. 30 "r..., .
1% sifted regjlar or -
Ga., whose visit here and Jacksonville Teachers Meeting, Thursday 7p.m. cups Miss Patricia Danforth, Taco- 7:30 8:30 P.M. ;
While at college blending all butter' on each circle. C u teach Levin, Harrisburg, ; Mrs. C. to
for the past two weeks and also business purpose West Mrs. R. L.
meet- ma; Virginia:
she was a circle into four
i flourteaspoon equal, Gene' Haugh, State College
j ". member of the! has been pleasant, were flownto tog, 8 p.m.;' and the Choir will wedge If ; Sullivan, Montgomery; Mrs. For Information, Calf-
% salt shaped pieces necessary ...
p' Alpha Epsilonl" their home yesterday. again have their rehearsal Friday chill dough for easier Mrs. Franklin Karns Pittsburgh Norma Hadjis; Clarksburg; 372.9898 -

I Honor Society! Mrs. Jane Williams and young 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, % cup shortening, handling. ; Tennessee:' Mrs. Richard Wisconsin: Mrs.- ,Michael Levy, 372-3569 ......

and was awarded aughter, Annie Mae, of Tallahassee -pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, Sugar Coat each spear with mix McGee. Chattanooga;'Tex- Madison.

two citations for scholastic were guests of friendsin I reporter. Drain peaches and reserve ture of: : Mrs. Gale Nevill, San Antonio .
Gainesville yesterday.Mrs. East Side Church of God in Combine flour with salt
fachievements. on Honors' Night. liquid. 1-3 cup brown sugar, firmly ; Mrs. Margie Dick, El ..,
Cora James returned to
Christ Church School, 10 in mixing bowl. Cut in short- .
I She was a member of the Les packed
Gainesville yesterday from :am.; and evening until mixture is size of Paso; Mrs. Bill, Wagner, Bryan -
Filles De Charme Scholastic worship, ening 3 t blespo ns al1' purpose "
#4 : Club, the Les Quettes Club, Tu- Washington, D. C., where she''7 p.m. Elder J. C. Carter. pas- small peas. Sprinkle{ 5 to 6 tablespoons flour ; Mrs. Robert Foster, Hous- : :
J was visiting with her daughter, ton Mrs. Tomas Patton,,Austin
I tor. peach liquid a lit- ; iFm.mcItIfT
ture Deltas, where she filled the I 1 teaspoon nutmeg Plan for Every N&otfNEW I II"
position of business manager other Mrs. Rebecca H. Jones, and MRS. ALZONIA JONES tle at a time over mixture, Place pineapple spear on ; Virginia: Mrs. Donald

and a student assistant in the relatives. Funeral services for Mrs. Al- while tossing and s t i rring wide edge side of wedge, lap Hammond, Charlottesville;
Mrs. Sadie H. Jenkins left
lightly with fork. Add liquid
college library. yesterday' for Rome, Ga., because zonia Jones, of 610 N. W. 10thSt.
to driest'particles, push i n g
Miss Williams was the "Sweet ., will be held at the Duncan
: of the illness of her sis- *
to side, until is
lumps dough
: heart" of the Lampodas Club er, Mrs. Jessie Mae Brown Brothers Chapel on Tuesday just moist enough to' hold to- ljT1
during her sophomore year. She at 4 'with Rev. W. L. Sou
whose condition was reportedas p.m. 'f r ;
represented the fraternity in somewhat improved.Miss der officiating. Interment will. gether.to a ball.Form Flatten 2-3 cf to dough%-inch in- GREAT VALUE! 1

the coronation "Miss Edward Mary F. Franklin, of follow in the Pinegrove Cemetery thickness and smooth edges.

Waters College" in the home. Tampa, passed through Gainesville Roll out on floured: surfaceto +S 14 '/? 1SV St __ _

1' coming parade where the Om yesterday en route to Her immediate survivors In. a circle ,1% inches larger
'; ege float was second place. Jacksonville.Miss elude two sisters, Mrs. Katie than inverted 9-inch piepan.Fit \ \

During her internship at Mon- Helen G. Watts, of Clear- McCkendon, city, and Mrs loosely into Fold MOTOROLA

crief Elementary School, Miss water, passed through Gainesville Mary Ester; a brother, Ernes edge to form a standing pan. rim .I, ) -
j Williams received an invitation yesterday en route to the Longworth of Detroit, Mich.;
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k from Florida A. and M. Universityat an Charlie llis. in pastry lined pan. Cov- stereo hi-fi 'h1-
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Monday, September 18, \964 fahtetvillt Sun 7- .*

: 4\ f The Life of Lee Harvey Oswald

( -, Ir: plied "I am a Marxist." Os. he had ordered by mail 1 month On October 20 the Oswalds' and participated in the question- ,formation divulged was erro-
wald never formally compliedwith previously under an assumed second daughter was born. During ng. Oswald denied having anything .neous. Efforts by the news
the legal steps necessary to name. Marina Oswald learnedof October and. November to do with the assassination -media representatives to reconstruct -
renounce his American citizen her husband's act when she Oswald established a general of President Kennedy or the the crime and promptly
ship. The ,Soviet Governmentdid confronted him with a note pattera of weekend visits to murder of Patrolman Tippit. He report details frequently led \to
t LZPT PM$ not grant his request for which he had left, giving her Irving arriving on Friday afternoon claimed that he was eating erroneous and often conflicting
sim poi t* aItWWST citizenship but in January 1960 instructions in the event he did and returning to Dallas lunch at the time of the assassination reports. At the urgings of the
?, he was given permission to not return. That incident and Monday morning with a fellow and that he then spoke newsmen Chief of Police JesseE.
remain in the Soviet Union on a their general economic difficulties I employee Buell Wesley Fra- with his foreman for 5 to 10 Curry, brought Oswald to a
I II ,' rear-to-year basis. At the same impelled Marina Oswald to zier, who lived near the Paines. minutes before going home. He press conference in the police
time Oswald was sent to Minsk suggest that her husband leave On Friday, November 15, Os- denied that he owned a rifle and assembly room shortly after
/: where he worked in a radio Dallas and go to New Orleans to wald remained in Dallas at the when confronted, in a subse- midnight of the day Oswald was
I / FTWGLI factory as an unskilled laborer.In look for work., suggestion of his wife who told quent interview, with a picture arrested. The assembly room
pr [ January 1961 his permissionto Oswald left for New Orleanson him that the house would be showing him holding a rifle and was crowded with newsmen
.I.T UA. 4cw remain in the Soviet Union .April 24, 1963. Ruth Paine, crowded because of a birthday pistol, he claimed that his face who had come to Dallas from allover
I : was extended for another year.A who knew nothing of the Walker party for Ruth Paine's daughter. -had been superimposed on the country. They shouted
I few weeks later, in February shooting invited Marina Oswald : On Monday, November 18, someone else's body. He refusedto questions at Oswald and flashed
I k1 4p L961, he wrote to the American and the baby to stay with her in Oswald and his wife quarreled answer any questions about cameras at him. Among ,this
j I Embassy in Moscow expressinga the Paines' modest home while bitterly during a telephone conversation i the presence in his wallet of a group was a 52.year-old Dallas
: t" '_ desire to return to the United Oswald sought work, in New because she learned selective service card with his nightclub operator Jack
I States. Orleans. Early in May upon for the first time that he was picture and the name "Alek J. Ruby.On .
-ri- 1v 4 IL The following month Oswald receiving word from Oswald living at the rooming house Hidell. Sunday morning November -
3 ; met a 19-year-old Russian girl. that he had found a job, Ruth under an assumed name. On During the questioning of 24, arrangements were
j Marina Nikolaevna Prusakova, Paine drove Marina Oswald and Thusday, November 21, Oswald Oswald on the third floor of the made for Oswald's transfer
a pharmacist, who had been the baby to New Orleans to told Frazier that he would like police department .more than from the city jail to the Dallas
II I. Cartons in Position brought up in Leningrad but rejoin Oswald. to drive to Irving to pick up 100 representatives of the press, County jail about 1 mile away.
was then living with an aunt. During the stay in New Orleans some curtain rods for an apart- radio and television were The news media had been in-
;: Warren Commission Exhibit No. 1301 showing arrangement of cartons in win. and uncle in Minsk. They were, Oswald formed a fictitious ment in Dallas. His wife and crowded into the hallway formed on Saturday night that
I I dow where Oswald fired shots. The boxes appeared to have been arranged as a gun married on April 30, 1961.: New Orleans Chapter of Mrs. Paine were quite surprisedto through which Oswald had to the transfer of Oswald would
I' rest. The picture was taken shortly after assassination. Throughout the following year, the Fair Play for Cuba Commit see him since it was a Thurs- pass when being taken from his not take place until after 10
C "I: he carried on a correspondencewith ,tee. He posed as secretary of day night. They thought he had cell to Captain Fritz' office for a.m. on Sunday. Earlier on
f I (Continued from Page 6)) with the law, and who appear to sion for using provocative language American and Soviet authorities -I this organization and represented returned to make up after Mon interrogation. Reporters tried to Sunday, between 2:30 and 3
require psychiatric observation, to a noncommissionedofficer. seeking approval for that the president was A. J. day's quarrel. He was conciliatory interview Oswald during these a.m., anonymous telephonecalls
f building within a few feet of the or other types of guidance. The He was, however, gen- the departure of himself and his Hidell. In reality, Hidell was a but Marina Oswald was trips. Between Friday afternoonand threatening Oswald's life
cases. social worker assigned to his erally able to comply with Marine wife to the United States. In the completely fictitious person still angry. Sunday morning he appeared -had been received by the Dallas
As Fritz and Day were completing case described him as "seriously discipline, even though his course of this effort Oswald and created by Oswald, the organi Later that evening when Mrs. in the hallway at least 16 office of the FBI and by the
''I'cartridge. their examination of this detached" and "withdrawn": experiences in the Marine Corps his wife visited the U.S. Embassy zation's only member. Oswaldwas Paine had finished cleaning the times. The generally confused office of the county sheriff.
t rifle on the sixth floor, Roy and noted "a rather pleasant, did not live up to his expecta. in Moscow in July of 1961. arrested on August 9 in kitchen, she went into the garage -conditions outside and inside Nevertheless, on Sunday morn
Truly, the building superintendent appealing quality about this tions. Primarily on the basis of an connection with a scuffle which and noticed that the light Captain Fritz' office increasedthe ing television, radio, and news-
approached with information emotionally starved, affectionless Oswald served 15 months interview and questionnaire occurred while he was distributing was buring. She was certain difficulty of police questioning. paper representatives crowdedinto
l i; which he felt should bel youngster." overseas until November 1958, completed there, the Embassy pro-Castro leaflets. The next that she had not left it on, although Advised by the police that the basement to record the
,,' brought to the attention of the Lee expressed the feeling to most of it in Japan. During his concluded that Oswald had not day, while,at the police station the incident appeared he could fwmmunicate with an transfer. As viewed through
police. Earlier while the police the social worker that his mother final year in the Marine Corpshe lost his citizenship, a decision he was interviewed by an FBI unimportant at the time. In the attorney Oswald made several television cameras, Oswald
I,-j: ;t were questioning the employees i' did not care for him and was stationed for the most subsequently ratified by the agent after Oswald requestedthe garage were most of the Os- telephone calls on Saturday in would emerge from a door in
1 ir Truly had observed that Lee regarded him as a burden. He part in Santa Ana, Calif., where Department of State in Wash- police to arrange such an walds' personal possessions.The an effort to procure representation -front of the cameras and pro-
ri Harvey Oswald, 1 of the 15 men experienced fantasies about he showed a marked interest in ington, D.C. Upon their returnto interview. Oswald gave the following morning Oswald of his own choice and discussed ceed to the transfer vehicle. To
ti who worked in the warehouse being all powerful and hurting the Soviet Union and sometimes Minsk, Oswald and his wife agent false information about left while his wife was still in the matter with the pres- the right of the cameras was a
; was missing. After Truly pro people, but during his stay at expressed politically radical filed with the Soviet authoritiesfor his own background and was bed feeding the baby. She did: ident of the local bar association -"down" ramp from Main Streeton
vided Oswald's name address Youth House he was apparentlynot views with, dogmatic conviction. permission to leave together. -evasive in his replies concerning not see him leave the house, nor, who offered to obtain coun- the north. To the left was an
and general description Fritz: a behavior problem. He Oswald again fired the M-l rifle Their formal application was Fair Play for Cuba activi- did Ruth Paine. On the dresserin sel. Oswald declined the offer "up" ramp leading to Commerce
; left for police headquarters. He< appeared withdrawn and eva. for record on May 6, 1959, and made in July 1961 and, on December ties. During the next 2 weeks their room he left his wed saying that he would first try to Street on the south.
arrived at headquarters shortly sive a boy who preferred to this time he shot a score of 191 25, 1961, Marina Oswaldwas Oswald appeared on Radio pro- ding ring which he had never obtain counsel by himself. By The armored truck in which
: after 2 p.m. and asked two detectives -spend his time alone, readingand on a shorter course than before advised it would be grant grams twice claiming to be the done before. His wallet containing Sunday morning he had not yet Oswald was to be transferred
I to pick.up the employee< watching television. His only 1 point over the minimum spokesman for the Fair Play for $170 was left intact in a engaged an attorney.At arrived shortly after 11 a.m.
who was missing from the Texas -tests indicated that he was required to be a "marksman." ed.A daughter was born to the Cuba Committee in New Or- dresser-drawer. 7:10 p.m. on November 22, Police officials then decided,
School Book Depository. above average in intelligencefor According to one of his fellow Oswalds in February 1962. In leans. Oswald walked to Frazier's 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald was however, that an unmarked
Standing nearby were the polia his age group. The chief Marines, Oswald was not particularly the months that followed they On July 19, 1963, Oswald lost house about half a block away formally advised that he had police car would be preferablefor
officers who had just arrived psychiatrist of Youth House interested in his rifle prepared for their return to the his job as a greaser of coffee- and placed a long bulky package been charged with the murderof the trip because of its greater
with the man arrested in the diagnosed Lee's problem as a performance and his unit was United States. On May 9, 1962 processing machinery. In September made out of wrapping Patrolman J. D. Tippit. Several speed and maneuverability.At .
i: Texas Theatre. When Fritz "personality pattern disturb- not expected to exhibit the usual the U.S. Immigration and Natu- after an exchange of paper and tape, into the rear witnesses to the Tippit approximately 11:20: a.m.
mentioned the name of the ance with schizoid features and rifle proficiency. During this ralization Service at the request -, correspondence with Marina seat of the car. He told Frazier slaying and to the subsequent Oswald emerged from the base-
: missing employee, he learned passive-aggressive tendencies." period he expressed strong admiration of the Department of Oswald Ruth Paine drove to that the package contained: flight of the gunman had positively ment jail office flanked by detectives
that the man was already in the< He concluded that the boy was for Fidel Castro and State agreed to waive a restriction -i' New Orleans and on September curtain rods. When they identified Oswald in on either side and at hs:
interrogation room.The missing "an emotionally, quite disturbed an interest in joining the Cuban under the law which would 23, transported Marina the reached the Depository parking police lineups. While positive rear. He took a few steps toward -
School Book Depository employee youngster" and recommended army. He tried to impress those have prevented the issuance of child, and the family belongingsto : lot, Oswald walked quickly firearm identification evidencewas the car and was in the
and the suspect who had psychiatric treatment.In around him as an intellectual, a United States visa to Oswald's Irving TeL Ruth Paine sue-ahead. Frazier followed and not available at the tune, glaring light of the television
been apprehended in the Texas May 1953, after having but his thinking appeared to Russian wife until she had left gested that Marina Oswald, who saw Oswald enter the Deposi- the revolver in Oswald's posses cameras when a man suddenly:
Theatre were one and the same was expecting her second childin sion at the time of darted out from the
been at Youth House for 3 some as shallow and rigid. the Soviet Union. They finallyleft tory Building carrying the long arrest an area on
Lee Harvey Oswald. weeks Lee Oswald returned to Oswald's Marine service ter. Moscow on June I, 1962. and October, live at the Paine bulky package with him. was of a type which could have right of the cameras where
The suspect Fritz was about school where his attendance and minated on September 11, 1959 were assisted in meeting their house until after the baby was During the morning of No- fired the shots that killed Tippit.Th newsmen had been assemble.
to question in connection with grades temporarily improved.By when at his own request he was travel expenses by a loan of born. Oswald remained behind vember 22, Marina Oswald followed -: formal charge against The man was carrying a Colt .:m
the assassination of the President the following fall however released from active service a $435.71 from the U.S. Department ostensibly to find work either in President Kennedy's' OswaM for the assassination of revolver in his right hand air',
and the murder of a policeman the probation officer reportedthat few months ahead of his scheduled of State. Two weeks later Houston or some other city. activities on television. She and President Kennedy was lodged while millions watched on television .
'f f was born in New Orleans virtually every teacher release. He offered as the they arrived in Fort Worth, Tex. Instead, he departed by bus for Ruth Paine cried when they shortly after 1:30 ajn., on Sat he moved quickly to
"p on October 18, 1939, 2 months : complained about the boy's reason for his release the ill For a few weeks Oswald his Mexico, arriving in Mexico Cityon heard that the President had urday November 23. By 10 p.m. within a few feet pf Oswald and
after the death of his father. His behavior. His mother insisted health and economic plight of wife and child lived with Os. September 27, where he been shot. Ruth Paine translated -of the day of the assassination fired one shot into Oswald's
mother, Marguerite Claverie that he did not need psychiatric his mother. He returned to Fort wald's brother Robert. After a promptly visited the Cuban and the news of the shooting to the FBI had traced the rifle abdomen. Oswald groaned with
J Oswald, had two older children. assistance. Although there was Worth, remained with his mother similar stay with Oswald's Russian Embassies. His stated Marina Oswald as it came over I found on the sixth floor of the pain 'is he fell to the ground and
-p One, John Pic, was a half-broth apparently some improvementin only 3 days and left for New mother, they moved into their objective was to obtain official television, including the report Texas School Depository to a quickly lost consciousness.
er to Lee from an earlier marriage Lee's behavior during the Orleans, telling his mother he own apartment in early August. permission to visit Cuba, on his that the shots were probably mailorder house in Chicago Within 7 minutes Oswald was at
which had ended in di- next few months, the court recommended -planned to get work there in the Oswald obtained a job on July way to the Soviet Union. The fired from the building where which had purchased it from a Parkland Hospital where with-
vorce. The other was Robert further treatment.In shipping or import-export busi 16 as a sheet metal worker. Cuban Government would not Oswald worked. When Marina distributor in New York. Approximately -out having regained consciousness
Oswald, a full brother to Lee January 1954, while Lee's ness. In New Orleans he booked During this period in Fort grant his visa unless the Soviet Oswald heard this she recalledthe 6 hours later the he was pronounced deadat
I and 5 years older. When Lee case was still pending, Mar passage on the freighter SS Worth Oswald was interviewedtwice Government would also issue a Walker episode and the fact Chicago firm advised that this 1:07: p.m.
Oswald was 3, Mrs. Oswald guerite and Lee left for New Marion Lykes which sailed by agents of the FBI. The visa permitting his entry into that her husband still owned the rifle had been ordered in March The man who killed Oswaldwas
placed him in an orphanage Orleans the city of Lee's birth. from New Orleans to Le Havre report of the first interview, Russia. Oswald's efforts to secure rifle. She went quietly to the 1963 by an A. Hidell for shipmentto Jack Ruby. He was instant.
where his brother and half. Upon his return to New Orleans France on September 201959. which occurred on June 26, these visas failed and he Paine's garage where the rifle post office box 2915, in Dallas ly arrested and, minutes later
brother were already living, Lee maintained mediocre Lee Harvey Oswald had presumably -described him as arrogant and left for Dallas where he arrivedon had been concealed in a blanket Tex., a box rented by Os- confined in a cell on the fifth
,I primarily because she had to grades but had no obvious behavior planned this step in his unwilling to discuss the reasons October 3, 1963. among their other belongings. It wald. Payment for the rifle was I floor of the Dallas police Jail.
I work problems. Neighbors and life for quite some time. In why he had gone to the Soviet When he saw his wife the next appeared to her that the rifle remitted by a money order I Under interrogation he denied
j In January 1944 when Lee others who knew him outside of March of 1959 he had applied to Union. Oswald denied that he day, it was decided that Oswald was still there although she did signed by A. Hidell. By 6:45 that the killing of Oswald was in
1 was 4, he was taken out of the school remembered him as a the Albert Schweitzer College in was involved in Soviet intelligence -would rent a room in Dallas and not actually open the blanket.At p.m. on November 23, the FBI any way connected with a con-
"orphanage, and shortly thereaft.r quiet solitary and introvertedboy Switzerland for admission to the activities and promised to visit his family on weekends.For about 3 pjn. the police was able to advise the Dallas spiracy involving the assassina-
his mother moved with him who read a great deal and spring 1960 term. His letter of advise the FBI if Soviet representatives 1 week he rented a room arrived at the Paine house and police that, as a result of hand tion of President Kennedy. He
to Dallas Tex., where the older whose vocabulary made him application contained many ever communicatedwith from Mrs. Bledsoe, the woman asked Marina Oswald whetherher writing analysis of the documents maintained that he had killed
I- boys joined, them at the end of! quite articulate. About 1 month blatant falsehoods concerning him. He was interviewed who later saw him on the bus husband owned a rifle. She used to purchase the Oswald in a temporary fit of
the school year. In May of 1945 after he started the 10th grade his qualifications and back. again on August 16, when he shortly after the assassination.On said that he did and then led rifle it had concluded that the depression and rage over the
'Marguerite Oswald married her and 11 days before his 16th displayed a less belligerent October 14, 1963, he rented them into the garage and point. rifle had been ordered by Lee President's death. Ruby was
third husband Edwin A. Ek. birthday in October 1955, he attitude and once again agreedto the Beckley Avenue room and ed to the rolled up blanket. As a Harvey Oswald. transferred the following day to
dahl. While the two older boys brought to school a note inform the FBI of any attempt listed his name as 0. H. Lee. On police officer lifted it, the blanket Throughout Friday and Saturday the county jail without notice to
: attended a military boarding purportedly written by his to enlist him in intelligence -the same day at the suggestionof hung limply over either side the Dallas police releasedto the press or to police officersnot
:. \ school Lee lived at home and mother, stating that the familywas activities.In a neighbor, Mrs. Paine of his arm. The rifle was not the public many of the details directly involved in the
developed a warm attachment moving to California. The early October 1962 Oswald phoned the Texas School Book there. concerning the alleged evidence transfer. Indicted for the mur-
J to, Ekdahl. occasionally accompanying -note was written by Lee. A few quit his job at the sheet metal Depository and was told that Meanwhile, at police head against Oswald. Police officials der of Oswald by the State of
his mother and stepfather days later he dropped out of plant and moved to Dallas. there was a job opening. She quarters Captain Fritz had discussed important aspects of Texas on November 26, 1963,
I on business trips _around school and almost immediatelytried While living in Fort Worth the informed Oswald who was interviewed begun questioning Oswald. Soon the case, usually in the courseof Ruby was found guilty on
the country. Lee started school to join the Marine Corps. Oswalds had been introduced to the following day at the after the start of the first interrogation impromptu and confused March 14, 1964, and sentenced to
J in Benbrook Tex., but in the Because he was only 16, he was a group of Russianspeakingpeople Depository and started to work agents of the FBI and press conferences in the third- death. As of September 1964, his
fall of 1946, after a separation rejected. in the Dallas-Fort Worth there on October 16. 1963. the U.S. Secret Service arrived floor corridor. Some of the in- case was pending on appeal.
1 from Ekdahl, Marguerite Os- After leaving school Lee area. Many of them assisted the
I wald re-entered Lee in the first worked for the next 10 monthsat -_. -- Oswalds: by providing small th'e
grade in Covington La. several jobs in New Orleansas MARINA amounts of- food, clothing and Conclusions of Warren ReportCommission ,
1 In January 1947, while Lee an office messenger or clerk.It ground. A few weeks before his household items. Oswald him-
was still in the"first grade, the was during this period that he discharge he had applied for self was disliked by almost all I
t family moved to Fort Worth started to read communist liter and obtained a passport, listing of this group whose help to the This Commission was createdto being fired from the sixth were fired from 'above and to determine just ,
Tex., as the result of an at- ature. Occasionally, in conver- the Soviet Union as one of the family was prompted primarilyby ascertain the facts relatingto floor window of the Depository behind the Presidential lira- which shot hit Governor Con-
tempted reconciliation between sations with others, he praised countries which he planned to sympathy for Marina Oswald the preceding summary of Building, and some wit. ousine, striking the Presidentand nally, there Is 'very persuasive
Ekdahl and Lee's mother. A communism and expressed to visit. During his service in the and the child. Despite the fact events and to consider the important nesses saw a rifle in the win- the Governor as follows: evidence from the experts to indicate
year and a half later, before his fellow employees a desire to Marines he had saved a comparatively that he had left the Soviet Union questions which they dow immediately .after the (1) President Kennedy was that the same bullet
'L Lee was 9, his mother was di- join the Communist Party.At large sum of money, disillusioned with its Government -raised. The Commission. has shots were fired. first struck by a bullet which which pierced the. President's
vorced from her third husbandas about this time when he was possibly as much as $1,500, Oswald seemed more addressed itself to this task and (b) The nearly whole bullet entered at the back of his throat also caused Governor
as the result of a divorce action not yet 17, he wrote to the Socialist which would appear to have firmly committed than ever to has reached certain conclusions :. found on Governor Connally's neck and exited through the Connally'a wounds. However,
I instituted by Ekdahl. Lee's Party of America, pro- been accomplished by consid. his concepts of Marxism. He based on all the available evi stretcher at Parkland Memorial lower front portion of his Governor ConnaUy'i testimonyand
school record during the next fessing his belief in Marxism. erable frugality and apparently showed disdain for democracy dence. No limitations have been Hospital and the two neck, causing a wound certain other factors have
I 5;3 years in Fort Worth was Another move followed in July for a specific purpose. capitalism and American socie: placed on.the Commission's in- bullet fragments found lathe which would not necessarily given rise to some difference of
average, although generally it 1956 when Lee and his mother The purpose of the accumulated -ty in general. He was highly quiry; ,it has conducted its own front seat of the Presidential have been lethal The opinion as to this probability
grew poorer each year. The returned to Fort Worth. He reentered fund soon became known. On critical of the Russian-speaking investigation, and all Govern- limousine were fired from the President was struck a second but there is no question in the
I comments of teachers and others high school but again October 16, 1959, Oswald arrived group because they seemed ment agencies have fully discharged 6.5-millimeter, Mannlicher time by a bullet which mind of any member of the
who knew him at that time dropped out after a few weeks in Moscow by train after crossing devoted to American conceptsof their responsibility to Carcano rifle found on the entered the right-rear pore Commission that all the shots
do not reveal any unusual personality and enlisted in the Marine the border from Finland democracy and capitalismand cooperate with the Commission sixth floor of the Depository tion of his head, causing a which caused the President'sand
traits or characteris- Corps on October 24, 1956, 6 where he had secured a visa fora were ambitious to improve in its investigation These con- Building to the exclusion of massive and fatal wound. Governor CoanaDy'a
tics.Another days after his 17th birthday. On 6-day stay in the Soviet Union. themselves economically.In clusions represent the reasoned all other weapons.c (2) Governor ConnaBy was wounds were fired from the
change for Lee Os- December 21, 1956, during boot He immediately applied for February 1963 the Oswalds judgment of all members of the ( ) The three used cartridge struck by a bullet which entered sixth floor window of the Texas
wald occurred in August 1952, a camp in San Diego, Oswald Soviet citizenship. On the after- met Ruth Paine at a social Commission ,and are presentedafter cases found near the windowon on the right side of his School Book Depository.
few months after he completed fired a score of 212 for record noon of October 21, 1959, Oswald gathering. Ruth Paine was temporarily investigation which has the sixth floor of the build back and traveled downward The shots which killed Pre .
I the sixth .grade. Marguerite with the M-l rifle 2 points was ordered to leave the Soviet separated from _her satisfied the Commission that it ing were fired from the same through the right side ident Kennedy and wounded*
A Oswald and her 12-year-old son over the minimum for a ratingof Union by 8 p.m. that evening. husband and living with her two has ascertained the truth con rifle which fired the above of his chest, exiting below Governor Connally were fired
% moved to New York City where "sharpshooter" on a marks- That same afternoon in his hotel children in their home in Irving cerning the assassination of described bullet and frag his right- nipple. This bullet by Lee Harvey Oswald.
Marguerite's oldest son, John man-sharpshooter-expert scale. room Oswald, in an apparent Tex., a suburb of Dallas. Be. President Kennedy to the extent meats to the exclusion of all then passed through his! conclusion is based upon This
Pic. was stationed with the After his basic training Oswald suicide attempt, slashed his left cause of an interest in the Russian that 'prolonged and thorough other weapons. left. thigh .where it causeda following: the
Coast Guard. The ensuing year received training in aviation wrist He was hospitalized im language and sympathy for search makes this possible. (d) The windshield in the superficial wound. (a) The Mannlicher
and one-half in New York was fundamentals and then in radar mediately. On October 31, 3 Marina Oswald, who spoke no Presidential limousine was (f) There is no credible evidence 6.5-mffliaieter ''ItaUan Carca io
marked by Lee's refusals to scanning. days after his release from the English and had little funds, 1. The shots which killed struck by a bullet fragmenton that the shots were from which the rifle
attend school and by emotional Most people who knew Oswaldin hospital, Oswald appeared at Ruth Paine befriended Marinaand President Kennedy' and wound the inside surface of the fired from the Triple Under- fired was owned shots were
and psychological problems of a the Marines described bun as the American Embassy, an- during the next 2 months, Governor Comal1y.were fired glass, but'was not pene pass, ahead of the motor. the poeeeselon of by and.to
seemingly serious nature. Be- a "loner" who resented ,the nounced that he wished to renounce -visited her on several occasions.On from the sixth floor, window at trated.e cade or from any other lo I (b) Oswald Oswald.
cause he had become a chronic exercise of authority by others.He his U.S. citizenship and April 6, 1963, Oswald lost the southeast corner of the Texas ( ) The nature of the bullet cation. I Into the carriedf1JJ.J this rifle
school truant, .Lee underwent spent much of his free time Become a Russian citizen, and his job with a photography firm.A : Schcol Book Depository. Thisdetermination' wounds suffered by President 2. The weight of the evidence on the morrlng Depository Building
psychiatric study at Youth reading. He was court-mar handed the Embassy officer a few days later, on April 10, he is based upon the Kennedy and Governor Con- indicates that there were three 22, 1963. of November
House an institution in New tialed once for possessing an written stalemate he had attempted to kill Maj. Gen. following:, nally and the location of the shots fired (c) Oswald at
York for juveniles who have had unregistered privately owned prepared for the occasion. When Edwin ,A. Walker (Resigned, (a) Witnesses at the scene of car at the time of the shots 3. Although it is not necessaryto assassination, the time of the {
truancy problems or difficulties weapon and, on another occa asked his reasons, Oswald re- U.s. Army) using a rifle which the'assassination 'saw' a rifle establish that the bullets any essential findings of the (See WARREN Was ,
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.111., (Continued from Page 7)) which were not conductive to the Commission has found no eluded that the criteria and ficient data-processing tech

the window from which the' orderly interrogation or the evidence of conspiracy, subver- procedures of the'Secret Service niques. ,

shots were fired. protection the rights of the sion, or disloyalty to the U. S. designed to identify and :: :.. (c) Once the Secret Servicehas I'

., .
prisoner.c protect against persons con- '.
.:: (d) Shortly after the assassi- Government by any Federal, sidered threats to, the President I x ;" :. .- formulated new: criteria
( ) The statements informationit
nation numerous State, or local official. delineating the
the Mannlicber-Car were not adequate priorto

.: cano rifle belonging to Os sometimes erroneous, the assassination. ,.' desires it should enter'into
made to the by various 11. On the basis of the evi-
wald was found hid press ; With each Feder.al .
local law enforcement of- dence before the Commission it (1)) The'Protective Research / agreements
den between cartons
some on ficials, during this period of h. concludes that Oswald acted i agency to insure its
Section of the Secret Ser- '
the sixth >
floor and the improvised l .
of such information.
confusion and disorder in the alone. Therefore, to determine vice, which is responsiblefor receipt ,
.: bag in which Os "
paper station would ', the motives for the 'assassination
police have .
its work
wald brought the rifle to the preventive 5. The Commission recommends

'. Depository was found close presented serious obstaclesto ::4k of President Kennedy; ,one lacked sufficient trained per- Ss. y that the Secret Service
the of fair must look to the assassin him- rail
sonnel and the mechanicaland
by the window from which ",.',* improve the protective measures
the shots were fired. trial for Oswald. To the ex- self. Clues to Oswald's motivescan technical assistance followed in the planning

tent that the information be found in his family his- .
(e) Based on testimony of the was needed to fulfill its respon-. it- '*' and conducting of Presidential
erroneous or misleading, it tory, his education or lack of it, ,
experts and their analysis of sibility. motorcades. In particular, the
helped to create doubts, his acts, his writings, and the
films of the assassination, the : Secret
Commission has concluded ,speculations, and fears in recollections of those who had ((2)) Prior to the assassination its current efforts to increasethe

the of the close contacts with him throughout criteria
mind public which the Secret Service's attention
that a rifleman of Lee Har- precautionary
might otherwise not have his life The Commissionhas dealt with direct
Oswald's given to buildings along
vey capabilitiescould
arisen. RUBY presented with this report threats against the President : motorcade route.
have fired the shots
all of the
background informa- Although the Secret _
from the rifle used in the 8. The Commission has
tion bearing on motivation Service treated the direct 6. The. Commission recommends

assassination within the elapsed reached the following conclu- Kennedy or'that he was' an which it could discover. Thus, threat against the President % z that the Secret Service

time of the shooting. The sions concerning the killingof ,agent of any foreign government others may study Lee Oswald's 'adequately, it failed to :'Y' ____ continue its recent efforts to

Commission has concluded Oswald by Jack Ruby on November although the Commis- life and arrive at their own recognize the necessity of: improve and formalize its relationships -

further that Oswald possessed 24, 1963: conclusions to his
as possible identifying other potential 1 with local police de-
sion has
the capability with a rifle reviewed the circumstances -
(a) Ruby entered the base- motives. :sources;of danger to his se partments in areas to be visited
which enabled him to com- Oswald's
surrounding -
1 curity. The Secret SerVicedid by the President.
mit the assassination. ment of the Dallas Police The Commission'could not
defection to the Soviet
not develop adequateand
(f) Oswald lied to the police Department shortly after Union, his life there make any definitive determination specific criteria defining ."1,. N' 7. The Commission believes :
11:17 a.m. and killed Lee of Oswald's motives. It has that when the criteria and !
after his arrest concerning from October of ..
1959 to Juneof
those'persons or
substantive mat Harvey Oswald at 11:21 a.m. endeavored to isolate factors groups $ procedures are established, the
important b 1962 so far as it can be who might present a dangerto c'i
( ) Although the evidence onRuby's which contributed to his character ; Secret Service will not have
ters.g reconstructed, his known the President. effect "
means of entry is not and which might have influenced In sas A {, ) sufficient
( ) Oswald had attempted to conclusive, the weight of the contacts with the Fair Play I his decision to assassi- the Secret Service largely mpt l" facilities personnel The Commission or adequate

kill Maj. Gen. Edwin A. evidence indicates that he .*for Cuba Committee, and his relied upon other Federal or recommends -
nate President Kennedy. These "t'
that the Secret Serv-
Walker, resigned U. S. Armyon walked down the ramp leading visits to the Cuban and 'Soviet I factors State agencies to supply the
were: ice be with the
April 10, 1963, thereby from Main Street to the Embassies in Mexico information necessary for it person-

demonstrating his dispositionto basement of the police City during his trip to (a) His deep-rooted resent to. fulfill its preventive responsibilities 4 Service nel and and resources the which the
take human life. department. Mexico from September 26 ment of all authority which although- -- it did .. Department
5. Oswald killed Dallas Police to October 3. 1963., and his was expressed in a hostility ask for information about the Treasury may be able to

r Patrolman J. D. Tippit approx- (c) There is no 'evidence to known contacts with the Soviet toward every society in which direct threats to the Presi OSWALD All known facts revealed -1 demonstrate fill its are needed to ful-

imately 45 minutes after the as- support the rumor that Ruby Embassy the United he lived; dent.c important mission.

sassination. This conclusion up- may have been assisted by States.d route to be taken by the,eral government are fully en- 8. Even with an Increase in

holds the finding that Oswald any members of the Dallas (b) His inability to enter into ( ) 'The Commission has President. The responsibility gaged in the task of protecting Secret Service personnel, the
( ) The Commission has
fired the shots which killed Police Department in the explored meaningful relationships with concluded that there was insufficient for observing windows in the President, and ,would pro.vide protection of the President will "

President Kennedy and wounded killing of Oswald. The Dallas all attempts of Oswaldto people, and a continuous pat- liaison and coordination these buildings during the I guidance in defining the continue to require the re- I

Governor Connally and is Police Department's decision identify himself with var- tern of rejecting his environ- of information between motorcade was divided be- general nature of domestic and sources and cooperation of

supported by the following: to transfer Oswald to ious political groups, including ment in favor of new sur- the Secret Service and tween local police personnel foreign dangers to Presidential many Federal agencies. The
the Communist
saw the county jail in full public Party, roundings; other Federal agencies nec- stationed on the streets to security. Commission recommends that
Two eyewitnesses U.S.A. the Fair
(a) Play for Cu-
the Tippit shooting and seven view was unsound. The arrangements ba Committee, and the Soc- (c) His urge to try to find a essarily concerned with regulate crowds and Secret these agencies, specifically the
2. Suggestions have been advanced
eyewitnesses heard the shots made by the police ialist Workers Party and has place in history and despairat Presidential protction. Al- Service agents riding in the FBI, continue the practice as it
to the Commission for
department on Sunday his though the FBI, in the nor- motorcade. Based on its investigation has
leave times failures developed
over particularlysince
and the gunman been unable to find
saw evi-
any the transfer of all or parts of the
exercise of its
morning, only a few hours mal responsi- the Commissionhas
in various the assassination
revolver undertakings of
with ; as-
the scene dence that the contacts whichhe
before the attempted trans- bility, ,had secured consider- concluded that these ar- Presidential protective respon- sisting the Secret Service

hand. These nine identified eyewitnesses Lee fer, were inadequate. Of initiated were related toOswold's (d) His capacity for violenceas able information about Lee rangements during the tripto sibilities of the Secret Service to request by providing personnelor upon

positively critical importance was the subsequent assassination evidenced by his attemptto Harvey Oswald, it had no Dallas were clearly not some other department or agen- other aid, and that there be
the a
Harvey Oswald as man of the President. kill General Walker cy. The Commission believes
fact that news media repre- ; official responsibility, under sufficient.e closer association and liaison
they saw.b sentatives and others were the Secret Service criteria that if there is to be any deter-

( ) The cartridge cases not excluded from the base- (e) All of the evidence before] (e) His avowed commitmentto existing at the time of the ( ) The configuration of the mination of whether or not to between the Secret Service and

found at the scene of the ment even after the police the Commission established I Marxism and communism, President's trip to Dallas, to Presidential car and the. relocate these responsibilities all Federal agencies.

fired from the that there was nothing to sup- he understood the terms seating arrangements of the and functions it
shooting were were notified of threats to as refer to the Secret Servicethe ought to be 9.The Commission

: revolver in the possession of Oswald's life. These deficiencies port the speculation,that Os-,! and developed his own antag- information it had about Secret Service agents in the made by the Executive and the I that the President's recommends -

.' Oswald at the time of his ar- contributed to the deathof wald was an agent, employe,' onism toward the United Oswald. The Commission has car did not afford the Secret t, Congress, perhaps upon recom' physician him-

the exclusion of all or informant of the FBI, the States his defection to the Service agents the opportunity mendations based always accompany
rest to Lee Harvey Oswald. by concluded, however, that the on studies by; during his travels and
CIA, or any other govern-: they should have had to the occupy a
other weapons. Soviet Union, by his failureto FBI took an unduly restrictive previously suggested com the Preci'i .t
position near
9. The Commission has foundno mental agency. It has thor- 'be of immediate assistanceto
.. in Oswald's be reconciled with life in '
The revolver view of its role hi '
(c) pre- where he can be immed'a?'
evidence that either Lee Har- oughly investigated ,Oswald'srelationships the President at the first
the time of his the United States even after .
I at work .
possession I ventive intelligence available in
I 3. Meanwhile in case of ems'
order any
Oswald Jack to the of to
arrest was purchased by and vey or Ruby was prior as-I his disenchantment with the prior to the assassination. A sign danger
of conspiracy, domestic sassination with all agenciesof improve daily supervision of the gency.
belonged to Oswald.d part any Soviet Union, and by his ef- coordinated
was or foreign, to assassinate the U.S. Government. All forts frustrated to more carefully (f) ,Within these limitations, Secret Service within the De-
( ) Oswald's jacket though go treatment of the Oswald the Commissionfinds 10.The Commission recrmends ,
of flight President Kennedy. The ,reasons contacts with Oswald by any to Cuba. however, partment of the Treasury the
the ,
path to it
found along by the FBI might well have that the agents most Congress that adopt
conclusion of these agencies were madein
for this
are: Commission
recommends that
the as which would make
taken by gunman resulted in bringing OSwald'sactivities legislation
the regular exercise of Each of these contributed to immediately responsible for
the scene of the the Secretary of the Treasury the assassination of the Presi-
fled from (a) The Commission has to the attention of 'President's
the safety re-
different -
their responsibilities. his capacity: to risk all in appoint.a special assistant with
killing. found no evidence that anyone cruel and the'Secret Service. acted promptly at the time dent and Vice President a Federal !
irresponsible ac the
6. Within 80 minutes of the assassination assisted Oswald in plan- the shots were fired from the responsibility of supervising crime. A state of affairs
minutes of f No direct indirect tions. (d) The Commission has the Secret Service. This special where U. S. authorities have no I;
and 35 ning or carrying out the as- ( ) or relationship I Texas School Book Deposi- : j

the Tippit killing Oswald resisted sassination. In this connection between Lee Harvey 12.. The Commission recognizes concluded that some of the tory Building. assistant should have sufficient clearly defined jurisdiction to

arrest at the theatre by it has thoroughly inves- Oswald and Jack Ruby; that.the varied responsibilities advance preparations in stature and experience in law investigate the assassination cf E

attempting to shoot another tigated, among other factors has been discovered by the of .the President require Dallas made by the Secret RECOMMENDATIONS enforcement, intelligence, and< a President is anomalous.
I allied fields to Iii
Dallas police officer. the circumstances surrounding Commission, nor has it been that he make frequent trips to Service, such 'as the detailed provide,effective 11. The Commission has

7. The Commission has the planning of the mote able to find any credible evidence all parts; of the United .States security measures taken at Prompted by the assassination continuing supervision, and to ined the of State's exam
keep the Department
reached the following conclu .*cade route through Dal- that either knew the and abroad. .Consistent with I Love Field and the Trade of President Kennedy, the Secretary fully informed handling of the Oswald matters

concerning Oswald's inter- > the hirb of Oswald by other, although a thorough] their Pres- and Secret Service has initiated a regarding the perform
sions s, | high responsibilities : Mart, were thorough critical ance of the Secret Service. One and finds that it followed the !
rogation and detention by the trc Texas Sccol Book De- investigation was made of the idents can never be protectedfrom well-executed.: In other respects -comprehensive : law[ However j
of the 'throughout. the
Asa assignments of this ,
.. Co. October 15, many rumors and specula- threat. The however the Commission review of its total operations.
Dallas police: p( itory on every potential special assistant should be the Commission believes that the
Except for the force re- ;?C3, the method by which tions of such a relationship.g Secret Service's difficulty in has concluded that result of studies conducted in '
(a) months supervision of the current ef- Department accordance wit *
his arrest, the rifle was brought into the its responsi- advance for during the past several I
to effect meeting protective the preparations I
quired ( ) The Commission' has and in cooperation with this forts by the Secret! Service to its own regulations should in all
not subjected to building, the placing of car- bility varies with the activitiesand the President's trip were de
Oswald was found no evidence that Jack Commission, the Secret Service revise and modernize its. basic cases exercise great care in ,the .
law tons of books at the window, the nature of the occupantof
coercion by ficient.
physical this
return to of defec-
any Ruby acted with any other has prepared a planning: document operating procedures. country
officials. He Oswald's from the the Office of President and
enforcement escape person in the killing of Lee (1) Although the Secret dated August 27, 1964, tors who have evidenced disloyalty -
he could and the testimonyof his to conform to ] ;
building, willingness
that '
advised 4. The Commission ,
was Harvey Oswald. is to, various recom- or hostility to this country 1 I
Service compelled rely which recommends
to give any I eyewitnesses to the shoot plans for his.safety. In appraising I
not be compelled extent local, mends that the Secret Service or who have expressed a desire
information and that any! ing.. (h) After careful investigation the performance of the Se- to a' great on programs considered necessary completely overhaul its facilities to renounce their American \
law enforcement : the Service to improve its
made by him the Commission has cret Service it should be under jy
statements The Commission has the devoted to the advance citizenship and that when such
b timeof
( ) at and its
its procedures : techniques enlarge resources -
used against him in found no credible evidence stood that it has to do its work
might be found no evidence that Os- the Dallas trip did not The Commission is detection of potential threats persons are so returned, procedures -
advised of his either that Ruby and ,Officer within such, limitations. Never-
He was the President. The Com-
court wald was involved with any call for well-defined instruc- encouraged by the efforts taken against should be adopted for the
counsel. He was Tippit, who was killed by Os- theless, the Commission be-
to mission the
right in conspiracy the the suggests following better dissemination of information -
to obtain person or group a wald, knew each other or lieves that recommendations for tions as to respective by the Secret Service
given the opportunity ,to assassinate the President responsibilities of,the police assassination and suggests the measures.a concerning them to the
counsel of his own that Oswald and Tippit knew improvements in Presidential
it has thor- intelligence agencies of the
although officials and others assist- recommendations.
and was offered legal each other. protection compelled by the ( ) The Secret Service
addi- of'the
oughly investigated, In ing in the protection : .
assistance by the Dallas Bar facts disclosed.iIi this investigation. 1. A committee of Cabinet should develop as quickly as
tion to other possible leads, 'Because of the difficulty of President
Association, which he reject members including the Secretary possible more useful and 12. The Commission recom- I'
all facets of Oswald's associations proving negatives to a certainty -
time. I The procedures relied the and the precise criteria defining mens that the representativesof
ed at that finances, and per- the possibility of others (a) The' complexities of the ((2) of Treasury
radio, and the Secret Servicefor General the National those potential threats to the the bar, law enforcement
(b) Newspaper, sonal habits, particularly being involved with either Os- Presidency have increased so upon by Attorney or
were allowed detecting Council shouldbe President which should be associations, and the news
television reporters presenceof Security ,
during the period followinghis wald or Ruby cannot be established rapidly in recent years that
uninhibited access to Soviet has an assassin located in a assigned the responsibility of brought to its attention by media work together to establish -
return from the categorically, but if the Secret Service not
the area through which Os- building along a motorcade reviewing and overseeing the other agencies. The criteria ethical standards concerning -
Union in June 1962. there is any such evidenceit been able to develop or to se- '
wald had to pass when he has been beyond the reachof cure adequate resources of route were inadequate. At protective activities of the Se- ,should, among other addi- the collection and presentation -

was moved from his cell to (c) The Commission has all the investigative resources personnel and facilities to ful- the time, of the trip to cret Service and the other Fed- tions, provide for prompt notice of information to the publicso

the interrogation room and found no evidence to show of the United States fill its important'assignment.'Ibis .Dallas, the Secret Serviceas eral'agencies that assist in safeguarding to the Secret Service of that there will,be no interfer-

other sections of the build- that Oswald was employed, and has not' come to the attention situation should be a matter of practice did the. President Once all returned defectors.b ence with pending criminal

ing, thereby subjecting Os- persuaded or: encouragedby of this Commission. promptly remedied.b not investigate, .or cause to given this responsibility, such a ( ) The Secret Service investigations, court proceed-

wald to harassment and cre- any foreign governmentto checked. any building located committee would insure that the should expedite its current ings, or the right of individualsto

ating chaotic conditions assassinate President 10. In its entire ,investigation ( ) The Commission has con- along the motorcade maximum resources of the FedAs plans to utilize the most ef a fair trial ,.


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1j BUSINESS MARKET REPORT -= Deadline Near to Get Property Sales

: REVIEW 9' Forest Service SeedlingsCounty ? WARRANTY A... It-Sept.DEEDS 17 Lots$100. 12, IX 14. of Orange Heights

Wilbert H. Gunter and wife to Crosby William M. Pepper and wife to Stan-
Forest Ranger Gene Branch said, so that they can Mclendon Jr. and wife Nw Vi of ley K. Laughlin and wife 41 JO SW 5th
be NE4 of SE U, section 11. township Avenue, Lot 1 of Holly Forest Su dfvI-
Late Branch of the Florida Forest district Forest Serv- I_south. Range 21 east $100. Ion, $222000.
STOCK MorningN.Y. I State Gains ice office in Lake City on
II FLASHES Service issued another reminder Manuel Area Jr. and wife to How- Young America Home of Gaines-
Thursday. ard Johnson Inc. of Florida S. W. ville to Young America Mortgage Corp..
MARKETNEW today that only two days remain Corner of Section 33 township south. Lot IS Woodland Terrace $100. .
Thursday is the that For-
day Range It east 10000. Donald L Whitney and wife to Cal
In PulpwoodProduction for placing orders for est Service nurseries will take vin D. Padgett and wife Lot 43 Oak
: Young America Homes of Gaines Hill .
YORK (AP) Stock Among other auto stocks, AllisChal 221/0. Intpap 36th pine tree and other type seed- inventory of seedlings on hand. ville. Inc. to Thomas B. Hester and M. Robinson$10,000.A. and wife to N. R.

market prices moved irregularly I Ford, American Motors and Alcoa 65 Jones&L 851An1Air lings to be supplied by Forest If the orders exceed the supply wife.land Terrace.J54 N. W.S17.9M.34th St.. Lot II. WOOd- 37 Kite Robinson and wife Heights, 4411 $14,433.SE I4tti Terr., Lot

early this afternoon as the 43% KaisAI 33 Service nurseries.He Branch said, the type seedlings. James E. Hayes and wife to James N. L Pullum to Edward J.
strike against General Motors ,Studebaker showed scarcely AmCan 43k Ken'cott 90% said landowners who want in short supply will be prorated. L Morgan. William U Wharton and Hicks. Lots J, 6. 7 of New Gainesville,

continued. Trading was fairly I any change. Chrysler lost a AmCyan 59th Ug&My 83% JACKSONVILLE AP-Flor. seedlings for planting this fall Prices of the seedlings are nue.Morris South E. Hoover.30 feet of 1247 the N.N.'J W. 31st of Gov-Ave- $6000.J.. D. Hembree and wife to Capital

active. I fraction. Du Pont, which still AmMot 17% Lorillard 44th. ( and winter could place their orders $4 per thousana for sand pine, ernment Sabina Lot Baker 2 Arredonda to John Grant F. Cluxton$400. Green Builders.Oaks Inc.$5,000.Lots 1, *. 7, 12, 13 of

Gains and losses of fractionsto holds some 23 million shares of AT&T 683 Mag'vox 28'Y. ida forests produced 2.5 million with any Forest Service slash pine, loblolly and long and wife. North 131.4J feet of the south Hugh F. Edge and wife to Hugh F.
I 131.16 ft. of East Y* of Lot I Napier Edge Jr. and wife. Lot 4 of Mackey
around a point were the gen- GM, was down about a point. AmTob 361 MM&M 57%. cords of pulpwood last year, 38 employe the county agent's office leaf; and $8 per thousand for Grant 53.000.David and Audson Tract.. $100.

eral rule for key stocks. AmpxCp 17% Mohasco 141/1 per cent more than five years' Soil Conservation Service red cedar and Arizona cypress. Alt and Terry Bradley Alt to Farrell Fletcher Jr.,Homes.and wife Inc.,4311 to N.W. W.James 17th
Texas Gulf Sulphur, lastweek's Anaconda 521 Mons'to 86 I' and ASC offices. Branch said that the mini- Clifford Crosby and wife 3os S. W. Place Lot 37 of Suburban Heights $27-

GM gradually widened a market leader, ran up to Armour 477/8 MontWd 38% ago.This Orders must be placed locally mum amount that can be ordered wood.1st Avenue.$1 .500. Lot II Block B. Angle- 000.Pine Shades Inc., to Nina M. Hart
I> small early loss to one of about a new high with a gain of about Babcock 36 NatDair 82'1 compared with a 30 per no later than Wednesday, : is 500 seedlings. Herbert Grady Bowen and wife to 3022 N. E. 13th Street, Lot U Highland
Lomer Maber and wife Lot 131 of Lakeshore Court Manor. $14,000.
a point while other auto 3, then cut it to two. Pure Oil BethStl 41% NatDist 27% cent gain throughout the South Homesltes HMO G. Leonard Emmel and wife to M.rtin .
moved narrowly.The Virginia R. Cubley and husband to Chltty 1601 SE 23rd Lane Lots 51.
was down more than a point. Boeing 653 N.AmAv 51'Ya the State Chamber of Commerce Prentice U Veal Jr. and wife. Lot II W. 61. 43 Green Grove Subdivision
trend was moderatelylower Borden 71 Penney 591/ Viet Nam Rebel of Highland Court Manor. J1X200. $2400.
on balance among steels Dymo Industries lost about a reported in its weekly business I Moses Welch and wife I to James E. Hugh Edwards Inc.. to George Le-
Brunswk 8th PRR 39% Hayes and wife, S. E. Vi of NW U and band Ellis and wife Lot 3* Carol Estates -
but rubbers nudged ahead. point. Anaconda, off more thana review. $.'.4 of NW V4 of Section 22 Township South $14,000.
CaterTr 36% PepCola 581/ Ferris G. Johnson and wife to Ferris
f south. Range II east $ .coo.
Electrical equip men t s and point, continued to backtrackon Celanese PhlIMor 78th State of Fla. to Waldo P. Emersonand G. Johnson Jr.. and wife Lots t. f.
issues also were news of its cup in copper de % The cord a unit of measure Center wife. Lot M of Highland Court Manor. 10. 11. 12 13, 14, 15, 11 Umbergers
aerospace Chrysler 62% PhillPet 53% MOO.. Addition $1,444.
I higher 'on balance. Chemicals, liveries. CocaCola 135th RCA 31% ment for lumber, is 128 cubic George T. Kemmard Jr. and wife to
J. M. Carver and wife. Lot Hiland
rails and nonferrous metal's than CornEd 5t RepStl 49% feet. "Acres $11,350.
IBM off 2. Po-
was more ME THUOT, South Viet and the Vietnamese Gene P. Gloves and wife to Malcolm -
were mixed. laroid advanced more than a ConEdis 93% Revlon 38'ContCan govern- L Shea and wife 1313 N. W. on your
Nearly all Florida counties Nam (AP) Hundreds of Viet ment. 4th Place. lot 10 Bushs Addition to =I/
Associated Press 1
The aver point. Caterpillar rose % to 49 ReyTob 44% Gainesville. 5100. readinglist
age of 60 stocks at noon was' 36% on 3,000 shares. DowChe 74th StRegP 33'/4 produce wood for the state'snine namese army troops poured into Freund .Samuel F. Evans and wife to feet IrwinW. .
was exhausted when Lee and wife. North 26.6 of :..:
i up .2 at 326.3 with industrialsup duPont 269 Seaboard 55th pulp mills or for plants in the center of the tribal rebellion Lots 5& t of Gateway Park. 17266. :
he returned to Ban Me Thuot 25 John L Graves and wife to LemuelT. :::
Prices were mixed in fairly nearby states. However, '
EAL Sears
.3, rails off .1 and utilities 31 1251/8 in central Viet Nam today, McCaully and wife 3851 S. W. 4th
active trading on the American E.Kodak 1321/8 Sinclair 45% 24 counties produced less pulpwood miles from the camp and wentto Place. Lot 6 Block "H" Fletcher :
t up.3.The I the Heights. $2,000. FAR FAR OUT
hoisting Vietnamese flag ,
Stock last than five
Exchange. Firestone 44Ya'Socony 833/6 year years Brand New Homes. Inc. to Hugh
Dow Jones industrial average over the Buon Sar Pa for Edwards. Inc.. Lots 77. 78, 79. IS, W
Flapol 85% SouthnC 63% ago. camp
at noon was off .32 at Corporate and U.S. None of of Forest Ridge. $2X500. ::
t govern- Ford 56Y. SperryR 14Y. the first time since the revolt the ranking rebel John O. Hayman to Elsie A. Kite. : by Blonnie; H. Bruce
I .
874.39. ment bonds higher. Counties which produced 45- -
including Y Bham ;;
; FrmstDa 12% StBrand 751/g began nine days ago. ,
000 or more cords last year
FreptSul 40'/0. StONJ 88% reportedly was in the camp) :: An engrossing and unusual -
FruehTr 33'Y. Studebak 6% were led by Nassau which cut The march into the camp, when it was seized. WE GOT
I fiction
f Freeze tied 154,111 cords.
GenDyn 37% Swift 53346 which is almost on the Cambodian I
; P GenEl 891h Texaco 821/ Taylor was next with 151,283 border, was backed up by Premier Nguyen Khanh spentan f story which unfolds a

GenFds 92% Thiokol. 13th cords. Then came Marion 126-:about 1,000 paratroopers and hour at Buon Sar Pa and I 1: strange new world in
618 Baker Columbia SO BIG'CAUSE
GenMills 43% UCarb 128% ; 110,371; said on his return to Ban Me
Some 300 of the rebel
Foods P and St. Johns rangers. the limitless void of
102,123; 95,364. ;
-iv (j;*pularproducts. Gen.\ltrs 991 UnitAirc 57% mountain tribesmen were in- Thuot: "We made no deals with

Goodrich 577r UnFruit 22 Putnam,' Hamilt o n, Escam- side, but none of them reportedly them. Our forces are in the WE r space.

Goodyr 46V1 US Steel 621/6 bia, Duval, Dixie, Clay and' resisted the takeover. CHARGE SO LITTLE
Freeze dried foods are meeting The three day short Greyhnd 23/s UnivMat 15th Santa Rosa cut from 79,000 to camp. The Vietnamese flag is }:;: AWl- THIS COUPON TODAY-

with an enthusiasm rare in course directed by the Florida GullOH 583 WestgEl 391IntHarv 71,000 cords each. The seizure of Buon Sar Pa flying." rent a car !r.3P CARLTON PRESS

modern food science, but they I Agricultural Extension Service, 83% WinnDix 38 I came a few hours after U.S. An aide said the rebel surren- -froiJ :." 14 Fifth Ave., New York- 11
aren't apt to reach the popularity ends Wednesday. IntNick 851/ Woolwth 29th Flagler, Volusia, Mac h u a, helicopters evacuated U.S. .
:::: fliw seed
der at the mi*etff / ..,
camp was unconditional 9L
Madison and Col. John H. Freund froII3
Bradford Army of
of frozen foods any time produced -' :::: FAR FAR OUT
from Mew York and 12 American but that some of the
66,000 51,000 cords : My check for $2.50 is encl.
soon, a food scientist said to- :::
Trains in i Wreck each. Special Forces men from the rebel leaders would attend a Gas Oil. Insurance An Included :: No_. _ _ _
day.Dr. ; ; camp. Freund had been in the meeting in Ban Me Thuot laterto NO DROP CHARGETO :::: Street
In the cord JAX AIRPORT
Edward Seltzer, assistant 45,000 group were camp for a week as a combina- ; discuss some of their de- :::: City 7...._
i Liberty, Jackson, Bay and Wal- tion hostage and transmitter Phone FR 6-3644 :::: State
of :mands with government author-
director of research for Thomas ..
4 Dead <40 Hurtby ton. OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL ::
messages between the rebels ities. '.'
J. Lipton, Inc., of EnglewoodCliffs ,

N. J., told a meeting of
regional food technologists' atI' MONTGOMERY, Ill. (AP) Aurora, about 40 miles west ..

the University of Florida that A speeding Burlington passen- of Chicago. .
All but Reeves, the Rock Island -
technical knowledge of freeze ger train slammed into a Rock z
Island train early today, killing engineer were riding in
had advanced at a'
the lead Burlington cab.
I' four crewmen and injuring at . .
phenomenal rate to -
least 40 Fire Chief Herbert Hoffmanof e
p other forms of dehydration. Witnesses passengers.said the Rock Is- Aurora said "the impact
Widespread commercial adoption land train was not moving at threw the Rock Island engine

is lagging because of the the time. The Burlington train completely up and over the

r inherently high cost of freeze was traveling at an estimated 40 Burlington cab." Iijt

hydration and a lack of conspi- to 45 miles-an-hour, officials A Rock Island official esti-

.. cious advantage of this higher said.. mated there were about 200 t .

cost to the consumer, other "We were just sitting there passengers aboard both trains. :

.than the military, the speakersaid. waiting for about five minutes," k t General

.' Earl Petz 61, Chicago; a 'pas Named to Fla.
t a warm
the Rock Island train
Freeze dried foods of var- senger on Gaines
ious kinds are "on trial" in told The Associated Press. Photo OfficeFrank ,

markets. If some of them "Most of us were just relax- i

3 "catch on," major commercial ing. I was reading. Anderson, Gainesville

;, expansion will occur, he point- "All of a sudden there was a photographer, was elected vice f welcome 4
terrific bang," Petz said. "My president of the Florida Profes-

Another speaker on today's head hit the seat in front of me sional Photographers Assn. last :. ... ,, : Steak room
short course program on new and I started gushing blood." weekend.He t
processes and product development Hospital authorities said he has operated a studio here r e i &

discussed ultrasonic energy was suffering from a possible for 30 years and was secretary- : y Lounge 1))
and its for the I
applications fractured nose. treasurer of the g r o u p this rt
food industry. W. W. McCarthy, The metal-searing collision year.
general manager of the Sonic demolished at least five diesel The association's election was ,
Norwalk \\ sue........ 1
Engineering Corp., units on both trains. Engine held during the annual conven-
Conn., said that the mechanical parts were strewn over a tion Friday and Saturday in Or-
generation of ultrasonic energy, lando. 7
hundred feet of track. "
makes intensity .
process- At least eight Burlington cars A rkVk $
ing of large amounts of mater- were derailed and tracks were Car StolenRobert 1 \ l i
ial very economical. \ \ TJUlPi 1 1ixfix
torn up for hundreds of feet. A

Royal P. Allaire, product tI I control tower was toppled and Clemons, 3549 SW Ar- 1

manager, research and develop twisted about a baggage car. cher Road, reported to Gaines-

ment, Raytheon Co., Burlington The Chicago, Burlington & ville police Sunday afternoonhis 7 .
Mass., discussed the char. Quincy train was the No. 3 over- 1964 model automobile was ; .t '.. "h ',. "::-- '-: /It .... PUrt"' :' ,f i :: .
from to stolen of his .. ?t ir
acteristics, potential appli- night Zephyr Chicago from in front 1 ; z

cation, limitations and cost of Omaha. home. .
operating the microwave heat The Rock Island Golden State .

exchanger, a new device which Limited, headed for Chicago Go l 1 1Cf

heats liquids in seconds to high from Los Angeles, was being

rerouted over Burlington tracks. @
Dr. G. D. Kuhn, assistant Three of the railroad men 1For I 5) y a

temperatures. were killed outright.The ..r.-
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dead were identified as
nutrition, University of Florida, Russell Reeves of Mokena, Ill., School -. I
will conduct a tour of the Uni- \ lfluT I FJ
R. L. Parker of Aurora, Ill., and -
versity food irridation facilitythis
George Donaldson of Galesburg, .
afternoon. Ill. The fourth victim George LTL! I /
Tomorrow's session will cover Lincoln of Galesburg, died a few ) I,
The atmosphere is the drinks :
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gone but the tower remains. Latest plans for the

landmark corner are to locate the new city hall on '. \1 1.i.
I the property. Fate of the tower is uncertain. (Photo \

courtesy of the First Baptist Church.)




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City commissioners decided from five-year old Conyers

Tuesday that they wanted the Waugh, "out of his bank." IS

Tower corner as part of the On Sunday Nov. 10, 1895,
new city hall site. Although Brother
"after a grand sermon by s
didn't spell it out the indications
they the
L. D. Geiger congregation ' >
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George W. Hyde. .
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the Tower dates church what is now the Towerlot I j
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the first brick of the First Baptist -ner of West Main Street ,and : \
Church was laid. It was' Street.
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up this week by John Andes, eY ,
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minister of education.On "very impressive appeals" for PHILCO TILT-TOP RANGE

Sunday October 27, 1895 funds, the new church was:
a committee appointed by Rev. completed and it was Sunday 219 I WITH BRUSHED CHROME

W. T. Hundley to "consider the April 4, 1897. tj COOKING SURFACE
propriety of recommending the
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list of perfect record their Region m laurels in the

area football teams, down to state playoff picture.

four, will be trimmed for sure Other action will find Lin- UnderdogStop In Kentucky Proves Theory

this weekend when two of the coln's unbeaten Terriers shooting .. .
s. :
leaders collide in one of the feature for victory No. 3 Thurs- t !/Aq l z xy
games. day night in a home fray with r at LSUBy Advocated BradshawBy
Lake Butler is host to Chief- Gibbs High of St Petersburg.On : By
land and both teams will en- '
Friday, Newberry goes
ter Friday night's clash with 2- I v Sun Editor THE
Branford and Trenton is at Sports ASSOCIATED PRESS
0 records. Greenville. Both the Panthersand With two "must" victories behind Charlie Bradshaw, who has
The other "clean" clubs, Tigers should break into 4
Starke and North Marion, will the win column this time.In ti'w down to work this week for the he took over as head football

play a pair of toughies in St six man Riverland Con- 4 +$ t : w start of their "upset road," as it coach at Kentucky two years

I Augustine and P. K. Yonge, re ference play, Cedar Key enter- were. ago, says his teams' upset of
spectively.Still 3 "." .* "' '_
ranked "'
top does
Mississippi j T =- : ;
tains of Pierson
Taylor High Coach Ray Gravees said at the
undefeated, but tied, are more to vindictate his
and Melrose to Hawthorne.The the start of the that Florida's program
the Blue Wave, Cross City and goes season than anything he could ever say.
Williston, all 1-0-1. Cross City host Sharks should tie idle chances of a brilliant sea-

is host to Lake City's B squad Bronson for the lead while ... .. ; _._ .. .. son would depend on two death i Football is religion with Brad-
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.Williston CAP ; to )
Thursday night, goes Melrose figures to stop the Wirephoto the Sun
BROWNS GANG and Alabama-Auburn of Bryant school and he it
to Keystone Heights Friday. 1- UP ON OLLIE ac- plays
Both the Bears and the Red home Hornets. Eagles' Ollie Matson mobbed by five Browns. tion. The first of those is at to build men and win games. If Monday, September 28, 1964 11Army

Devils are expected to win but hand. you don't love football you

North Marion and PKY will CHAMP BEARS SHAMED Florid;and LSU both will be won't play for Bradshaw.

have a torrid battle. 2-0-0 when they tangle Saturday After Kentucky rocked Ole H HH HHHHii LiHilaVHBii BHBBBHaBilBKwiiii HM

Gainesville High, back on vic- night in Tiger Stadium at Baton Miss 27 to 21 last Saturday,

tory road, go to Jacksonville to Rouge before 68,500 (a sellout). coach Bradshaw said: Gets Texas

meet Paxon. This is an AA foe Colts 520By LSU, however, will be a solid "If you make up your mind that
for GHS and from here on in Romp favorite.! you can do something, you can

the 'Canes must have nothingbut do it. We proved that out there

wins if they hope to retain Underdog Role this afternoon. Next and HurtBy
The Gators must win either QB
AREA STANDINGSW DICK COUCH together for a 52-0 Cakewalkover "In one word, both units were "We believe in
from LSU or Ole Miss in the our programat
L T Pet. Associated Press Sports Writer Halas' sluggish Chicago stinko. They will never be that
Stark 2 0 0 1.000 next two weeks and follow with a Kentucky'and a victory suchas
North Marian 2 2 0 1 0 0 1.000 1.000 "I've always thought we hada Bears. It was the most onesided -bad again all year either triumph over either Alabama or this does more to answer our BOB GREEN this week's schedule which -

ChleflandP.Like Butler 2 0 1.000 good offense," George Halas pounding the Bears have unit." Auburn if it hopes for a banner critics than any words I could] Associated Press Sports Writer after two weeks of warm-up _
K. Yonge 1 0 1 .730 said last week. ever taken and they've been You've finds major teams
Cross City 1 0 1 .750 Chicago's worst previous defeat -season. The Gators, as of now, say. got problems any time many swing-
WillistonGainesville 1 1 0 1 e .750.500 But he didn't figure then on around for 45 National Football was a 49-0 drubbing by will be underdogs in all four you're scheduled to play Texas, ing into conference action.

Santa Fe 1 1 0 .500 such an unbearable defense. League seasons.A Green Bay in 1962. The Bears games. 'Bama Romps .the defending national collegiate For example there are five
NewberryTrenton 0 0 2 2 0 0 .000.000 Actually, the Baltimore Colts year ago, when the Bears' have dropped two of three 1964 Elsewhere around the confer- football champion and unbeatenand league games scheduled in the

Keystone WANNEE 0 2 0 .000 had both the offense and defense -defensive unit carried them to starts. ence Saturday, Alabama blasted unscored on in two games Southeastern Conference, to

s (Neither CONFERENCE Dlvision) Sunday and they put it the NFL championship, it took The Colts, who upset the SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCEW L T Pet POP Tulane 36-6, Florida edged Mississippi this season. in the Big Ten, two in the Southwest

Lake Butler W 1 L 0 T 0 Pct.1.000 P 20 OP 4 opponents five games to do Packers 21-20 last Sunday, Alabama 200 1.000 66 1 State 16-13, Georgia And when you're scheduled to three in the Big Eight and
1 e 01.00012 6 what Unitas & Co. FLORIDA 1 0 01.00016 13 slipped by Vanderbilt 7-0, Auburn one on the Pacific Coast.
Branford 000 .000 0 0 Stings Keep Johnny accomplished -climbed into Western Division Kentucky 1 0 01.000 27 21 play Texas and your No. 1 quar-
Mayo in The Auburn 1001.000 3 0 defeated Tennessee 3-0 and terback Drawing major interest will
Jermln9i JX .000 0 a one swoop. title contention with a 2-1 mark. is hobbling around on
Jasper Greenville 1MO.000 *' 20 12 Grid Poll Lead Bears yielded 10 points a gamein The Los Angeles Rams lead the Tennessee Georgia 010 110 .500.000 10 0 30 3 Louisiana State upset Rice 3-0. crutches, why, then you've got be the SEC battle between Ken-

(Southern Division wi.TPd.POPNorth ) 1963 but the Colts had 24 on division with a 2-0-1 record after Vanderbilt Mississippi 01 010 0 .000.000 21 0 27 I End Rick Kestner, a 6-foot-l, Texas-sized problems.That's tucky, upset winner over top.

Marlon 1 0 0 1.000 39 0 MIAMI (AP) JacksonvilleLee the Scoreboard Sunday before defeating Minnesota 22 13. Miss.Tulane State 010 010.000636.000 13 16 205-pound junior from Belfray, the situation facing ranked Mississippi, and unbea-
Chiefland 1 0 01.00013 0 High School is breathing the halftime gun. LSU 000 .000 0 0 the in the Army's Paul Dietzel ten Auburn, 3-0 winner over
Cross City 001 .5001313 Green Bay, 1.1, meets Detroit, This Week's Games Ky., was big man today as Tennessee.
Williston Newberry 001 010 .500.000 13 0 13 13 down Miami's neck in the Her- And the Chicago attacking 1-0-1, tonight in another key Florida at LSU Kentucky offensive machine the Cadets-minus Carl Stich-

Trenton ald football poll and could force, which ran up 34 points game. Vanderbilt Auburn at Kentucky at Alabama which riddled the Ole Miss defense weh-went about preparationsfor Top Upset

Rhrtrland Cenfsrrs010039 wLTPd.s swallow the Stingarees in the against Minnesota last week, Cleveland downed Philadel- Georgia Duke at at Tulane South Carolina for 415 yards rushing. Saturday's date with the Kentucky's 27-21 triumph was

Cedar Bremen Key 2 1 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 standings by beating them Oct. prompting Halas to boast, "1 phia 28-20 for a share of the Miss. State at Tennessee Kestner caught three touchdown mighty Longhorns in Austin. the upset of the season. Rick

Melrose Hawthorne 0 1 1500 1 0 .000 9. don't care what the other peoplesay Eastern lead with St. Louis, Houston at Mississippi passes including the one that Stichweh suffered a severe Kestner caught touchdown passes -

Plerson 02 0 .000 Results of the poll, with the they'll find out we can which beat San Francisco 23-13. gave; the Wildcats the victory. ankle injury in a brief appear- of 32, 60 and 23 yards as the

Nitre SchoolsW U T Pet. teams' records and points: score points," was virtually The Browns and Cardinals are The last-second comeback win which Mississippi ance in Army's 19-13 victoryover Rebs ran up a total offense of
I Kentucky played -
Lincoln Tills Week's Schedule 200 1.000 1. Miami high 2-0-0195( ) non-existent against a Colt defensive -201. Pittsburgh, 2.1, held off. over Mississippi State on Saturday off, its feet from the Boston College and was on 415 yards, most against the
ThursdaySt. 2. Jacksonville 2.0-0140) charge led by big Gino night will do much.to buoy crutches today. He may be ableto vaunted Ole Miss defense in 77
Pete Gibbs High at Lincoln Coral Gables 2-04 134 Marchetti. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Gator Graves feels. opening kickoff, was so much in
3. spirits
play games.
Lake City 'B' at Cress City Eastern ConferenceW command that the Rebels. got Saturday, an Army
Friday 4. Tampa Robinson 1-0-0() () 131 Halas conceded that Balti- L T Pet. Pts. OP "This club will fight everybody spokesman said, but probablywill Second-ranked Oklahoma was
Gainesville at Jax PaxonNorth ,Cleveland 2 01 1.000 88 66 but one first down in the first
Marion at P.K. Yonge 5. Hialeah 2-0-0( () 104 more had "evened it all up" St. Louis 2 0 1 1.000 72 52 for 60 minutes," a happy half. Two of the Ole Miss touchdowns not be able to practice be- trampled 40-14( by Southern Cal-
Santa Fe (open date) 6. Fort Lauderdale 2-0-0 102 after losing six straight to the Pittsburgh 21 0 Ml 64 67 Graves said Saturday night"It fore then. ifornia. The unbeaten Trojansnow
St. Augustine at Starke Phila. 120 .333 12 63 were scored on cheap
Chlefland at Lake Butler 7. Pensacola 2-0-0) 94 Bears and scoring only a half Dallas 120 .333 47 57 won't quit" go after Michigan State,
Williston at Keystone Heights 8. Vero Beach 2-4-0( ( 51 dozen touchdowns against them. Washington New York 030 120 .000.333 41 44 64 75 pass interceptions. Fine Showing which suffered_ a 21-15 surprise .\
Newberry at Branford LSU 'night
Against Saturday Stichweh
Trenton at Greenville 9. ,.Orlando Edgewater 2-M() () 44 Then he summed up the Bears' Western ConferenceW L Pet. Pts. OP the Gators will face their best Ole :Miss Coach Johnny 200 yards rushing had in more than at the hands of North Carolina.
Melrose Pierson at at Cedar HawthorneTALLAHASSEE Key 10.: Clearwater 2-0-0 37 performance: Los Angeles 2 01 1.000 65 44 Vaught said his team did noth- Army'sopener Notre Dame opened its first
defense of the season, one that
Detroit 1 01 1.000 43 34 played only 11 minutes
that indicated it deserved to season under coach Ara Par-
Baltimore 210 .667 91 54 ing
touted Rice offensive
allowed a but hit
Saturday, four of four
Green Bay 110.5004333 in seghian with
win. "We were outplayed every a convincing 31.7
Minn. 120 .333 75 80 trip across midfieldin for 55
only one passes yards and a touch-
San Francisco 120 .333 58 73 department romp over favored Wisconsinand
Seminoles Defense ShinesAs Chicago Friday's Results 120 .333 44 103 the entire game. "I'm just surprised the final down, carried four times for 12 this week plays Purdue

New York 13. Washington 10 The Bengals from the Bayous score wasn't much worse. yards and returned a punt 21 with hopes of proving that it
Cleveland 26.Sundays Philadelphia 20 Iso have a new pro style offense 'Ive'never in my life been yards. has, indeed, returned to the
Baltimore 52. Chicago 0 this year, featuring slick Texas, meanwhile the ranks
opened of giants.In .
Pittsburgh 23 Dallas 17 tom up so badly by anybody,
FSV Whips TCV Teamfour Los Angeles,22. Minnesota 13 quarterback Pat Screen, hard- he said, as he looked at the quest for its third straight some of the other major
St. Louis 23 San Francisco 13
Mondays Games running fullback Don Schwab, game statistics. Southeastern Conference, twoa action last weekend, Alabama
Green Bay at Detroit Games N hero of last year's 14-0 LSU Namath Scores Two 23-0 rout of Texas Tech in the rolled over undermanned Tulane -
AP) The "We had a lot of missed as- fumbles jarred loose a sig- Sundays Florida here and rain at Lubbock
( Los Angeles at Baltimore win over ; Alabama's Joe Namath ran for the Longhorns'13th 36-6, Northwestern opened
Florida State University offense, signments," he said. "Several nificant factor in TCU's failureto i. Dallas York at ClevelandNew at Detroit speedster Joe Labruzzo, half- two touchdowns and passed for straight. Coach Darrell Big Ten play with a 14-13 edge

outshined so far by its unscoredon -motion penalties undoubtedlycost score. Minnesota Pittsburgh at at Green Philadelphia Bay back. another as the Crimson Tide Royal, however, said he would over Indiana, Washington

defense, may get a chanceto us touchdowns. The Seven Magnificents were I Chicago at San Francisco marched through outmanned Tulane wait until post-Army before mauled Baylor 35-14, Navy rout-
Runs Hurt
St. Louis at Long
sparkle Saturday night The Seminoles didn't mount a named for the motion picture for their second straight. making any comparisons with ed William and Mary 35-6, Illinois -
Mexico State. successful scoring drive until] : Florida will have to shore up last year's national
against New "The Magnificent Seven" star- Dallas 23-17 in Sunday's other the "home Auburn, its offense bogged champs.The stopped California 20-14,
its defenses
Utah State polished off the midway in the fourth quarter ring bald Yul Brynner. game and the New York Giants run" Marcus against Rhoden of Mac- down against a rugged Tennessee -1 Texas-Army scrap ranksas and Ohio State defeated South-
New Mexicans 76-0 Saturday. when quarterback Steve Tensi as one of the top attractions on ern Methodist 2621.
However, FSU coach bill Peter- passed for 49 yards of a 63-yard Peterson said the defense edged Washington 13-10 Friday clenny[ (and State) demonstrated defense, used a 42-yard field
would have its work night. with TD of goal by Don Lewis with just
refused to take solace. drive. Phil Spooner scored from cut out for Saturday night runs
son That's an up and down six yards out them Saturday night. "New Unitas shredded Chicago's 77 and 40 yards. These gallops, 4:56: to get by the Volunteers.

team," he said. "They were On the other hand, Peterson Mexico State uses a varied of- secondary, completing 11 of 13 !for a time, appeared enough to Auburn All-America Jimmy Patriots Prove
down Saturday, but you never praised his defensive team highly. fense with lots of spread," he passes for 247 yards and three :hand the Gators a 13-10 setback. Sidle played the game with a

know. We just don't know whatto The Seven Magnificents, said. "That means the prepara- touchdowns. Gary Cuozzo, Uni- Then came field goal kicker wrenched shoulder. ,
expect. !FSU's shorn-headed line, "were tion becomes tough." tas' understudy, pitched for Bob Lyle with his 33 and 41 A field goal also gained LSU

Peterson said the offense was 'magnificent," Peterson said. Preparation begins today with another touchdown and rookie yards efforts to win it for the its upset victory over Rice. With Biggest SurpriseBy
Joe Don the 2:29 left in the Mor-
spotty in FSU's 10-0( () victory over "They contributed a lot"Among reviews of movies on the TCU Looney capped UF.Only game Doug ....
Texas Christian. the contributions were game. stampede with a 68-yard scoring Gator player to get hurt eau booted one through the up-
jaunt. seriously Saturday night against rights. BOB HOOBING said after the victory over New
The game will be played here, The Colts' defense, which set State was linebacker Jim Bern- Georgia and Vanderbilt Associated Press Sports Writer York. "That gang has great

the first in the recently enlarged up a 17-point second period with hardt. He suffered a broken squared off in a battle of the NEWTON, Mass. (AP) -. spirit and pride. They're so

Miami Needs Time stadium. The Tallahassee two interceptions and a fumble knuckle on the right hand. Doctors also-rans at Nashville and the Coach Mike Holovak: watched good you get to expect the ex-

Chamber of Commerce is push- recovery, held the Bears to 60 were to decide today Bulldogs scored in the first period his Boston Patriots make 22 ceptional from them game in

ing a "pack the stadium" drivein yards rushing. Chicago didn't whether the senior center will and then battled for their points worth of pass interceptions and game out. You may be

hopes of filling the 40,500 penetrate Baltimore territoryuntil need to undergo surgery. life, just holding on to edge then said in disbelief: disappointed once in a while,
For Cal Contest seats. the closing minutes of the Senior defender Kenny Russell Vandy. "I never dreamed we would but not very often."

FSU came out of the TCU first half.Rookie. out the first two games with I Games this week match Alabama win the first three games of the The rollicking gang of defenders -

game in good shape physically, quarterback Bill Mun- a pulled leg muscle, should be and Vanderbilt, Auburn season and not be in first place intercepted six passes,
MIAMI (AP) Miami's foot-|i"Pete Banaszak pulled a leg with no doubtful starters for son passed for one touchdown, ready for action against LSU. !and Kentucky, Florida and LSU, alone." recovered a fumble and eight

ball team has two weeks to get 'muscle and didn't get back New Mexico State. The 10-vic- Dick Bass ran for another and The Gators were to have ashort Georgia and South Carolina, Mi He was referring to the fact times threw Jets' backs for an

ready for California and needsit. 'I until the second half. We went tory was FSU's second shutoutIt first year placekicker Bruce workout today and settle I sissippi and Houston, Mississippi aggregate 40 yards in losses.

,into the game without John Mat- beat Miami 14-0 in the season Gossett booted three field goals down for major drills Tuesdayin State and Tennessee and Tulane AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Two pass thefts by Boston
Not only has Miami failed to lock. opener. for the Rams. preparation for LSW. ,and Duke. Easter W L T Pet. Pts. OP inside its own five preventedtwo

score in its first two gannesbutfour Banaszak and Sims, both Boston Buffalo 360 3001.000 1.000 U 74 52 33 Jets' scores. Interceptionsalso

members of its young, in- backs, ought to be ready for I. UIL r r ', Houston 210 .667 101 72 set up a touchdown and
\ 110.5004033
squad are ailing.In California. Matlock, defensiveend I.. ..:wa.: '. 4 New York Western DivisionW field
experienced 1. ._ .h ..... goal for the Patriots, a 22-
L T Pet. Pts. OP
also ; ', 7 .
from bruises
addition, California has one suffering = .. r1. -' Kan. City 1 1 0 .500 38 43 point difference in the outcome.
in should be ready. \ ir. : San Diego 1 2 0 .333 58 84
of the country's top passers .. '-1w1. i Oakland 0 3 0 .000 51 80 One of the interceptions, by
Craig Morton, and Miami's pass Halfback Russell Smith, once .'J '.' 0 J1". . ... } : :'f Denver Saturdays Results 0 3 0 .000 34 M Ron Hall, resulted in a 61-yard
defense has been far from spar- the white hope of the Miami { .. .. \ 1J" l.f Buffalo 30, San Diego 3 return that set up one of four
kling. ground game, hasn't been at "} : .. .'ti. .. .'*.. .. Boston 26. New Sundays York 10 Results field goals by Gino Cappelletti.This .
"We're looking forward to full spead for a handful of playsso .t / ;' ; 1! Kansas Houston City 38, Denver 71, Oakland 17 one was a 26-yarder that

some time off before we meet far, and his ailment is now .I ", ,.i. 1.- Saturdays Games broke a 10-10 tie and put the
.. \i San Diego at New York. N
up with California," said diagnosed as a bursar conditionin ft .. L Oakland at Buffalo, NSundays Pats ahead for good. In the

Charlie Tate in a coachly understatement a leg.Although. .; y :' s.3Myv -.. : .... c Boston at Denver Games second half Babe Parffli threw a

about the Oct 9 M jam i's offense <. .). 11 Houston at Kansas City second 59-yard scoring pass that
contest here. failed to move the defense :---' .' .a. f .. helped put the icing on the
Tate took some consolation in looked a little better than it did that the 25-10 triumph over the cake.

Miami's 20-0< defeat by Georgia against Florida State in the 14-0 New York Jets Sunday only

Tech Saturday. "We played a loss that opened the season. '. pulled his club into an Eastern

good game and fought a fine Miami held Tech to two field .w.A y'af Division tie with Buffalo, the Rigney Gets

team right down to the wire," goals through the first three \ only other unbeaten team left inthe New ContractLOS

he said. "We fought the war quarters. Still, Miami's defense ar'v American Football League.

with a short stick." gave up 11 passes out of 21 at- a 'R.a' Both are 3-0. ANGELES AP) Bin
tempts for 137 yards, comparedwith The Bills crushed San Diego
"We lost Jack Sims, who hurt Rigney won't reveal the termsof
his back on the first series, for 9-12 and 154 yards against : 30-3 in a Saturday night game to the contract he has signed
FSU. ; t4 ,. y keep; their record clean. In Sun to
the whole game" Tate said. T' : : manage the Los Angeles Angels
There was one other consola- day's other games Houston again in 1965, but he
tion, the improved play of quarterback 'H t. trampled Denver 38-17 and Kansas he isn't being overpaid. says

Royals Win Bob Biletnikoff who City rallied,with two fourth- "Most managers make be-

handled the ball with poise and ..' period touchdowns to defeat. tween $30,000 and $50,000
CINCINNATI (AP-The Cin- moved for decent yardage a few Oakland 219. Kansas City's I year," he says, "and after they

cinnati Royals built up an early. times. ,.... ... victory put the. Chiefs.at the top reach a certain plateau it seems
lead and .whipped the U.S.I "Our offense was Biletnikoff, of the Western. Division' with'a- 1- that they can't go any higher"

Olympic basketball team 6654in i and he will grow up and come tAP ****** ** Sun) ,I I mark."There's. The 46-year-old former big
an exhibition game before a I on to be a good football player' AS BALTIMORE COLTS CRUSHED CHICAGO BEARS 52-0 I I no question about it. league infielder signed his new

crowd of 6,081 Sunday night. Tate said. Fullback Jerry Bin of Colts races seven yards to three-yard liae. Our defense did it all," Holovak contract sundaY... Ij

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.5 By MIKE RATHET St Louis Cardinals.The holding on to it." nings in the other game. Chico Ruiz double. Pinson then

Associated Press Sports Writer Mauch will to '
begin find
Milwaukee Braves that
The Reds ,
5' S :: "We've got to do in five days opened. the door to first place out tonight Then, the Phillies completed Opera scored on a double by Johnson.

what Cincinnati took 5% monthsto tion Overhaul behind the hittingof
for move on to Cincinnati to wind That proved more than
S S do," said Philadelphia Man- Cincinnati, slugging Frank Robinson and Vada
slump-I up the season with a enough for Joey Jay, who
ing Philadelphia 14-8 twogameI
Gene Mauch. "And
ager you I Pinson, grabbing the league evened his record at 11-11 with a
can bet we'll do it." 22-hit attack, extending the series. The Reds, lead for the first time
I the five-hitter. Jim O'Toole, 17-7,
"I know we've got a long I Phillies' losing streak to seven I meet Pittsburgh in meanwhile'i opening week of the season. won the opener with relief help

week ahead but we've got the< I games and toppling them out of game set starting from Sammy Ellis; in the ninth.
chance said Cincinnati : fore the Phillies. In the first game, Robinson
S now, the top spot for the first time, tackling
4iSS Manager Dick Sisler. "I don't since July 16.Nine. singled in'th fourth irminSf Lee Maye, Felipe Alou and

; think we're going to blow it" The Cardinals who have one stole second, went to third on 'a Joe Torre were the main perpe- ,

: In Row more game to play than the wild throw and scored on a trators of the mauling that gave .

\ SSS'S : :. Things, however, are such in The Reds, who last Sundaywere other pennant pursuers, wind up sacrifice fly by Deron Johnson the Braves a sweep of the four-
.:"...." .. :'., .$ .f.i".of. ... the tight National League pen- 6% games behind the Phil, with a three-game set at home for the first run. Then, in the' game series against the Phillies ,

f"t.,.<" ", I 'W"U.-: .L j(; be right or both could be double., '
I wrong the top and took a one-game The Chicago-C'ibs just about victory in its final home stand.

(AP Wirephoto to the Sun) because Sunday's games creat- lead by sweeping a doubleheader -ended San Francisco's Not even three homers by John-
I 1 .. HOW IT FEELS TO BE IN FIRST PLACE ed betweenthe pennant Penson .Stars
a three-way
Callison could 'offset the
from New York 4-1 and 3-1 the ny
l hopes Sunday, jolting Giants Pinson took
t Cincinnati Reds' dugout joy is unrestrained. Reds, the Phillies and theYANKS' over in the nightcap
while bringing their winning shelling.
twice 4-1 and 4-2 and dropping as the Reds struck for all n
streak to nine games. them 4& games back with six their runs iri the first inning, Tony Cloninger got the victoryfor

LEAD TRIMMED The third place Cardinals, left. Houston defeated the Los! crashing a two-run triple follow- an 18-14 record while Jim '

.r meanwhile, remained 1% games Angeles. Dodgers 1-0 in 12 in- ing a single by Pete Rose and Bunning, 18-7, took the loss.

: behind by whipping Pittsburgh -

Orioles White Sox TryingYankees ry start 5-0 for and of their headed a fifth three-game home straight for series victo-the National League BoxesIn ,I

against the Phillies tonight The ,

Reds are not scheduled. I ST. LOUIS PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES HOUSTON Second came
abrhbi abrbbi abrhbl abrhbl SAN FRANCISCO CHICAGO
By MURRAY CHASS ond, three games behind the have five 2-1 lead Mauch who has seen the Flood cf 4110 Bailey 3b 401 0 T'crwsk! ss 5010 Spanglef If 5010 abrhbl abrhbi
won straight. They a before Zim- Brock If 4000 Virdon cf 302 0 Griffith rf 4000 Morgan 2b 5020 Kuenn If' 3000 Stewart
Associated Press Sports WriterIs Yankees, whose magic number also have given the Yankees a mer connected. Phillies' lead completely wipedout White Boyer Ib:3b 4111 lOlOLynchIf Clemente rf 4010 4010 Parker rf 1010 Staub rf 5100 I Lanier 2b 4000 Williams si If 3110 3110
W. Davis
cf 5000 Bond Ib 4000T. Alou rf
there an American League remained at four. fairly difficult time this season, in seven days, was tense, Groat ss 4110 CI'den'n Ib 4 0 1 0McC'ver Davis If 5010 Aspro'te 3b 4 0 0 0 Mays cf 4010 l000Sartto Banks 3b 1b 3100 4114
pennant race? Shutout tired and in the Philadelphia c 4121 Maz'ki 2b 400 0 Roseboro c 5 0 1 0 Wynn cf 4011 Hart 3b 4130 Clemens rf 3 0 2
six 0
Slim Chances winning of 14 games. ; testy Javier 2b 4121 Alley ss :300 a Crawford pr 0 0 0 0 Kasko ss 4000 Cepeda Ib 4000 Burton cf
That was the big question Robin Roberts limited Cleve- dressing room. Asked Craig Shannon p rf 3010 4020. M'F'lane Law p c 1 300 000 I II Torborg COli 0 II Grote c 4000 Crandall C 2 0 0 0 Am'f'no' 2b 3 3000 0 0 0
Fairly Ib 4000 Bruce 4010 Snider
today after the scrambling Baltimore The chances of Baltimore and After the Tigers leave, the land to three hits, posting his about his feeling, he snapped: Wis'man ph 1000Schof Oliver 2b 3000 p Hundley pit c 0100 1 0 1 0 Schaffer Koonca p c 3000 3 0 0 0

Orioles and Chicago Chicago undoubtedly are slim. Yankees are at home to Cleve- 12th victory against seven de 35 S 11 3 Totals Id ph 320 1'0 '0 0St. aTot.ls Shirley Howard;3b ph 3000 1000 .. Pagan Haller e ss 2010 1000

Even if each wins its five remaining -land for three games. It was the feats. Norm Siebern socked a "What do you care how I feel? Louis ................ ... 200 010 002-5 Gilliam 3b 0000 McCovey ph 1 0 1 1
White Sox
'gained on firstplaceNew I'm sick and tired of even hear- Pittsburgh ......... .... 000 000 000-0 Drysdale. 2. 0.0 Daven't ss 1000
York for the first time games, the Yankees Indians whom the Yankees usedto two-run homer in a three-run Wills ph 10'00. Bolin p 1000
could clinch the ing my own voice, especially in E-Clendenon, Groat. OP-St. Louis 2. Totals 40 0 5 0 Totals 29 1 J 1 Hiller ph 0001
since. the Yankees sprinted to pennant by open a four-game bulge, win- Baltimore third inning. Pittsburgh 3. LOB-St. Louis 3. Pitts. Two out when winning' run scored. Peterson ph 1 0 0 0

the top 11 days ago. winning just four of the seven ning four games in two nights. Joel Horlen scattered seven the last seven days. j burgh 2B-White 6. Shannon. 38-McCarver. Los Angeles ."... .,.,. .000 000 GOO 000-0 TeJ*'*." 33 2 7 2 Totals'38 4 14
they have left I IP H R ERBBSO Houston ............. 00 000 GOO 000-IE i SalFranclsc. ............. lOt 100 2--1
The Orioles blanked Cleveland While New York is hits and knocked in two runs "Maybe we just need to get Craig W H .... 7 2-3 6 0 0 1 5 -Bond, Oliver. Morgan. DP-Los. An- Chicago .. ...H.......... ooo. 040 OOx-4
4-0 and the White Sox defeated New York's biggest obstacle finishing with a second-inning single as away from home a little," he Schultz ........... 1130 0 0 0 3 geles 1. LOB-Los Angeles 1, Houston ,. E-Iewart.; DP-San Francisco J. LOB
that way, Baltimore plays three Law L 12.13 ...... 6 5 :3 2 0 4 I 2B-T. Davis. S Oliver. -San Francisco 7. Chlcaoo
Kansas City 5-3 Sunday while and the one the Orioles and the White Sox outlasted the, continued. "Maybe we're better McBean .......... 2 2 II 0 II 2 3B-Clemens. HR-B.nkl (23). $
with ninth-place Wash- ......._..... -80in. -
the White' Sox must count on games Face 1 4 2 2.0 0 IP HRRBBSO / SF-Hlller.
York'sllgame Athletics.to after than
Washington stopped New going something _....
PB-McFarlane. T-2:19. A-19.287. I Drvsdale 1ft ::1 ft .ft '" I
and _
winning streak with a is the four-game series with ington two with Detroit. Perra oSkn.--S.7- 2.' 2 1 1 i 1 t IP H R ER BB SO
Bruce W 15-9 ... TJ 5 It 0 J 1, Bolin L 5-, .....4 4 4 4
3-2, 11-inning victory Detroit starting Tuesday with a Easy On Paper STOLLE BEATS RALSTON WP-Bruce.' T--2iO. A-4.244.> Shaw .... ..'' 2 t 0 0 6 0 4 0
twi-night doubleheader.The KoonceW.3-0: :.:. a 1-3 5 2 3 1 4
The combination left the Orioles !- That leaves Chicago with the First .Came McDanlel ........ 2 2-3 2 0 0 0 9

and White Sox tied for sec- Tigers, a distant fourth, 'easiest schedule, at least on CINCINNATI abrhbi. NEW YORK abrhbi'. Balk-Bolln. T-J:23.. A4958.,

After contest with Los Rose 2b 41 2.1 Klaus 3b 4000 MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA
paper. a Ruiz 3b 4010 Hunt
Pressure On 2b 3000 abrhbl abrhM
Angeles, the White Sox finish McKinleyBy PinIOn cf 3100 Kanehl 2b. 1110 Alou Ib 4333 Gonzalez cf 5 1 2 0
I American League Boxes Rob'son If 4122 Ch'fr rf 3010 Maye If 4252 Allen 3b 5131
with four games against cellar- Johnson Ib 3001 Hickman cf 3000 Aaron rf 4022 Callison rf S 334
dwelling Kansas team Edwards c 4020 Altman ph 1000 Kolb rf 2010 C'vTn If 4000
City a
Keough rt 4010 Smith If 4030: Mitiws 3b 5000 Thomas Ib 4110
they've beaten 12 of 14 times.In Cdenass 3110 Taylor 3000 Ollvo p 1000 Dal'ple C 4110
CHICAGO KANSAS CITY BOSTON DETROIT Davis Showdown O'Toole p :3000 Gonder ptj 1010 Torre C 5 :r 3 1 Taylor Sb 4 1 2 2
abrhM abrhbl abrhM abrhbl Cup Krane'l Ib 4000 Carty If 2 1 1 0 Amaro IS 4 0 0 0
H'h'g'r, cf 4110 C'p'ris ss 4010 Jones 2b 4000 Brut on cf 3221 other AL games Sunday, M'Millan ss 3010Stallard I WQOd'd 2b 3010 Bunning p 0 0 0 1
Buford 2b 4111 Causey 2b 3001 C'nigli'ro cf 3O2OLumpe 2b 4000 p 7000 Monks ssAlomar 4221 Sho'kley ph J II II 0
Robinson rf 5 0 1 0 Stahl cf 4120 Yastr-skl 3b 4000 Kaline rf 4031 Detroit defeated Boston 3-0 and Graham ph 1000 ss 1 0 0 0 Briggs ph 0 0 0 0
Ward 3b 4012 Colavlto rf 3120 Stuartlb l000Cashlb 4010 Minnesota WILL GRIMSLEY said he thought McKinley has a since he was beaten in the semi Totals 32 4 4 Totals 33 1 7 0 I Cline cfClo'ger 3 2 2 1 Rojas pit 0 0 0
McCraw lb 4000 Gentile Ib 0000 Thomas d000Brownlf 4000 stopped Los Angeles Cincinnati ....... .. .. .. .. p 4222
H.nsen.s 5110 Har'son lb 4000 Guindon If 4010 Freehan c 3000 Associated Press Sports Writer very good chance. finals of the French tournamentby 000 100 021-4 Khm'k 3b boo
3-1. New York .. ... .. .. .... 00 000 001-1E Totals, 47142212
Berry cf 4110 Charles 3b 4012 Bressoud ss 2010 M'A'iffe IS 3 1 1 0Tlllm.n Totals 37 I.II S2t0645170b4
Carreon c 4120 Reynolds If 4 0 0 0 c 3000 Wert 3b 3000 CLEVELAND (AP) The Emerson, a 27 year old Italy's.Nicola Pietrangeli.Furthermore I -Stallard. 'OP-Cincinnati 1. LOB- Milwaukee ...............

Horlen p 2022 Duncan Odom pl.c 4010 II 0'I' Mantilla M' 'q't. p ph 2000 1 0 0 0 Sparma p 3011 If there was any bright spot pressure Is on Chuck McKinley Queenslander, has clearly established he has been Cincinnati 28-Ruiz,J.Kanehl.New York SB-4 Robinson.. S-O' PhiladelphIa' .............. 120 101 022- 0

Tartabull ph 1 1 0 0 I Totals, 31 0 4 0 Totals 31 I $3 for the other contenders in the today in America's faltering bid himself as the world'sNo. something of a nemesis to McKinley Toole. Rulr. SF-Johnson. del EThomas.hia 2. DP-Mllwauk.. 1. Phfll.

Jimenez ph 1 0 00 Boston ..................... GOO 000 000-a the phia 5. LOB-Mllwlukee I. Phll'del-
Bryan ph 1000 Detroit ..................... 110 010 OOx-3 Yankees' loss besides the defeat keep Davis Cup and 1 amateur. He has won the beating the chunky' IP H R ERBaSO 2B-Maye.

Chicago Totals.34110 S Totals 140 101 33 eoo-j 3 73 E-None.. DP-Boston 1. LOB-Boston itself, it was the home run Don the 5-foot-8, 160-pound bundle of Australian, Wimbledon and .Trinity University graduate in Ellis O'Toole.. W... 17.7..... ..... 0 1 S 2 V> 1 0 1 0 t 1 1 I IPl.'br. Dalrymple.Aeron.Thomas Ciine Allen.Alou 2.3B-T.y.Genu.

K.....* City ..... 001 SOS QQ3-: 6. tj troit ConlglIaro S.2S Guindon. Kaline 2. Mc. Zimmer hit off Pedro Ramos in bounce from San Antonio, Tex., United States championships.He five of their seven head-to-heac, Wakefield Statlard't..10-20.........7137. 2-30 :3 0 2 0 2 0 2 nmg.! HR-Torre. Callison 2 (31). SF-Bun-

E-dom Gentile McCraw Ward.Kansas OP, Auliffe. HR-Bruton IP(5)). H R SO the eighth inning, tying the loves it."This. has won 47 matches in a row meetings, all on grass. Hunter '" ....:1 2 1 1 1 o 0 I
Chicago 1. LOB-Chicago 11. ERBQ IP H
City 3.78.Buford.. M' 'Q.te L 12-14 7 5 3 3 1 3 game 2-2. The run was only the is the kind of situation I O'Toole faced'2 men in 9tlt. Clo'ger W 11.14... 7 7"RERIBSO.
SB-Robinson. S Horlen 2. Ritchie .h........ 1 0 0 0 0 2 like I'm forward T238. Olivo .... 2 S.4 4 2. 2
third Ramos in
off nine looking tot 3
appear. 8unnn9L,8-7-.
SF-Causey. SparmaWS-3. 4' 0 2 7 Second Game 3 ,, 7 7 0
IP H R ERBBSO T-2:11. 1.4,170.IALTIMORE ances since he joined the Yan- : ," McKinley said of his impending CINCINNATI, S .'. NEW.YORK. Green XTV; :.":..;."...1 "1-3"7 5 5 1 0

Horlen W 12-f .. 7 3 3 1 4 CLEVELAND kees earlier this month. match with the formidable Casper TriumphsIn Rose. 2b abrhbi abrhbi ......... 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
OdomLl-25.l S 5 3 2 II abrhbi abrkbiAparlcio 4120 Klaus ss 4011 B'dschun .... ., I 2 2 2 I
Santiago .. ... 2 10 0 1 1 ss 3000 Davalillo Cf 4 0 0 0 Roy Emerson of Australia Pinson 3b cf 4110 Kranep'l Ib 3 0 0 0 I WP-Wise. T300. A-20.S69. J
Segul ............2 30 0 0 3 Adair 2b 4110 Howser ss 401 0 The, Senators won it in the which will decide the residenceof Robinson .4122 Ch'toph'r rf 4000
Wyatt ........... 2 1 0 0 2 0 Powell If 1010 Wagner If 300 a 4000 Gonder c 4020
Bowsfleld ...... .. I 00 0 0 0 Snyder If 3000 Fr'nc'na Ib 4 0 0 0 11th on a bases-loaded single by the big tennis bowl for the 'Johnson Jb- 2011 smith 3b 4000 ENJOINEDJACKSONVjLL..U.
Stock .... .... 1 00 0 1 Blair cf 0000 Romano c '200 CB.Rson pinch hitter Dick Phillips. Mickey Seattle Edwards Pavletich jc. 3000 Altman If 3100
faced e In 2nd. 3b 3101 Alvis 3b 300 0 next year. OpenRudolph c 1 0 0 0 Elliot cf 4000 I
Odom WP-Horlen. Odom men T-2:36. 04-14.. Bowens rf 4010 Whittle Ib 3 0 0 a Mantle's 34th homer in the' Keough rf 3000 Kanehl 2b 4010 C S. Dis-
Lou c 3111 Martinez 2b 3 0 1 0 I' McKinley Emerson clash Cardenas ss 4 0 0 0 Cisco p 2010 trict Judge William A.
903. Siebern Ib 3122 Slebert pl. 0 0 seventh inning had given the this afternoon on the green clay Jay P 3010 Hickman ph. 0 0 0 0 Jr. ,
Brandt cf 3020LUP10W ph 1000 SEATTLE (AP-The increas- one 'in his futile drive to over- Totals, 32 3 7 3 Totals 32 1 5 1 1 for the middle distrIct 'of

Roberts p 4000 Salmon 1010 court of Clark Stadium in the New York .. ...... ....... OH 510 000-1 Florida has
Totals 31 404 Totals, 2> 03I fifth and deciding match of the ingly affluent Billy Casper start- take Casper as both played the Cincinnati ...,. 300 000 000-3 a final
Saturday'sTop Baltimore ................. 100 300 000-4 judgment against Fred L. Cot-
Cleveland .................. 000 000 000...0 StandingsNATIONAL Davis Cup Challenge Round, ed a couple weeks' vacation final round in six-under-par 64s. LOB-.Cincinnati 6, New York 7. ten
2B-7wir. Johnson Jay Klaus. 3B. individually and as
after to his But had started the
today adding Casper
E-NOIII. DP-Baltimore 1. Cleveland 2. postponed from Sunday becauseof Pinson. S -Jay, and
ScoresEAST LOB-Baltimore ,. Cleveland 4. LEAGUE bank account in a little deal day with a two stroke edge on I : I operator of three restaurants -
2B-Lau. Brandt. HR-Siebern (11). SBAparlcio. rain and cold. IP H R ER II SO In Jacksonville.The
S Bowens, Siebern. Wen Lest Pet. BehindCincinnati consummated the the old Tennessean although .. ..', .
on golf course 30-year Jay W 11-11 : 5 1 1 2 I
The battle will
fl 64 .580 break the 2-2
IP H R ERBBSO Cisco L 6-18 ...
Army If. Boston College 13 Roberts W 2-7 ... 3. 0* 1 4 Philadelphia to 67 .573 1 I tie which resulted when Fred Sunday when he won the $40,000 he himself ,was three Wakefield 2 7 0 3 0 3 0 2 1 6 1 judgment enjoins him
Navy 35. William .. Mary Slebert L 7-1 ..... 31-35 4 4 2 3 St. Louis I* 67 .571 r HBP- ''Jay ( ,
By Altman
Syracuse 31. Kansas 4 Bell ...........:., 12-31 0 0 0 0 San Francisco .86 70 .551 4Vj Stolle, Australia's No. 2 man Greater Seattle Open Tourna- strokes off the pace. Al Geiberger --Gonder. T-2:3. A-24,537.) WP-Clsco. PB from selling, or offering for sale
.. ,
Princeton 10. Rutgers 7 Joftn. ......... 3 1 0 2 2 Milwaukee .. 82 73 .52 8 ment. and Fred Marti were the
Boston U. 15, Geo. Wash. 7 Abernathy ........ 1 1 0 0 0 2 Pittsburgh .... 77 78 .47 13 beat> Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield Cincinnati ........7TT 300 GOO any product not that of The
Cross 0 HBP-By Roberts (Romano). WP- Los Angeles ...74 7* .490 14 third-round leaders with a pairof 006-3 Coca-Cola
Columbia Vlllanova 21.32 Colgate Holy 14 John. T-2:01. A-4445. Chicago ......... 72 83 .465 18 Calif., in a stirring five- Mr. Casper, who usually earns E-Gonder.. LOB-Cincinnati.1 6. New Company in response
Harvard 20. Massachusetts 14 Houston ........ 65 *1 .417 25Vt setter Sunday 7-5, 6-3, 3-6 9-11 $10.65 each time he swings a 199s, but Marti skied to a. 72 I.to orders for Coca-Cola or Coke
.... ... ,
WASHINGTON New York 51 '
tie NEW YORK 105 J27 :3V4Yesterdays
Cornell t. Buffalo f
Dartmouth 40. New Hamp. 0 abrhbl .. abrhbi golf club, exceeded his norm and Geiberger dropped to third SAN FRANCISCO First_ Came CHICAGO without giving the customer suf.

Yale 21. Connecticut Linz ss 5000 Cottier 2b 3001 Results 64.Most observers felt that when he took only 265 swings to place with a finishing 69. brbbi. abrhbi ficient oral notice.
Rich'd'n 5010 Bfgame 1 0.0
Pennsylvania 13. Lehlgh Milwaukee 14 Philadelphia 8 Kuenn If 3000 Stewart 2b
Marls cf 5110 Zlmmer :3b 4111 Cincinnati 4-3. New York 1-1 America's hopes of retaining beat par by 15 strokes in the Chuck Congdon, 54, who had Lanier 2b .4 0 0.0 Burton cf 3000 4110,
SOUTH Mantle If 5122 King ph 1000 Chicago .., San Francisco 1-2 M. Alou rf 4 00 Will's If
Kentucky 27 Mississippi 21 G'zalez rf 0000 Hinton If 4010 St. Louis 5. Pittsburgh 0 the cup went down with Ralston, four-day tourney. One of those romped into the spotlight .when Mays cf. 4010 Santo 3b 312 3100 3 I AT-
N. Carolina 21. Mich. State 15 Howard c 4010 Lock cf 4 1 1 0PeptVne Houston, 1. Los Angeles .0. 12 Innings because Emerson is believed swings was wasted. The 33-year- he tied the course record with a Hart3b 4121B.rkslb 3010 !
Duke 30. Virginia 0Ca. Ib 4010 Slevers Ib 3000Trests Cepeda Ib 3 0 0 p Clements rf 3 1 1 I:
Tech 20. Miami rf 4020 Cun'ham Ib 1000 Todays Games unbeatable among the present old Casper beat Mason Rudolph third-round 62, opened his Sun- Haller c '3000 Rodgers ss :30 0 0''
Auburn 3. Tennessee 0 Boyer 3b 4000 VaCtlne rf 3000 Philadelphia (Short 17-8) at St. Louis Pagan ss 2 000 AmTeno 2b 1 011
Maryland 24. 5. Carolina I Ford p 2000 KIrkland rf 1000 (Gibson 17-11) crop of amateurs."I I by two strokes in posting the day bid by dropping an 80-foot Hiller ph 1000 401 1 CLARKE'SRecommend
N. Car. St. *. Clemson 0 Blanch'd ph 1 0 0 0 Brlnk'n ss 4000 Chicago (Ellsworth 14.t Los Angeles don't think lowest 72-hole score of the chip shot for an eagle three. But Daven't ss 0 0 0 0 :3.C 300 0 I
Florida 16. Miss. State 13 Lopez ph 0000 Phillips ph lOll (Reed 2-4) so, McKinley yearn Marichal p '.3000 I
Georgia 7. VanderbIlt 0 Brumley 4130 (Only games scheduled). sa d. "Certainly, Roy should be tournament golf. Congdon wandered in the trees, .Totals 31 1 3 1 TotaLs 30 4 7 41 This
Alabama 36 Tulene < Daniels p 2010 San Francisco .. .....? ....
and tied with 000 000 001
Hunt MI. 1 AKennedy AMERICAN LEAGUE favored but I feel scored took a 68 Dudley i -
i i over me, he even a hole in Chicago. ... QQQ pop Ole-I Famous
MIDWEST 3b 0 0 0 0 WM Lest Pet. Behind for third place at 269. I NylonAllWeather
Noire Dame 31. Wisconsin 7 Totals Jt 111 Totals, 31353 New York ....., *5 60 .612 -. can be beaten. Wysong Cepeda. Rodgers. LOB-San Francisco -
low 34 Idaho 24 None out when winning run scored. Baltimore 93 44 J2 3 "I'm in an excellent spot. If I Wysong had a Sunday 69. 5. Chicago 7. I "42"
Missouri 23. Utah < New York .............. 101101111 eo-2 Chicago *3 44 .52 3 Toby RutledgeFires 2b Banks. Hfc-Hart. (30), Santo (29).J '
Ohio State V SMU I Washington ............ SOS 515 515 01-3 Detroit __ _..,. 83 73 J32 12" lose, people will shrug their This was Casper's 24th tour- S-:5urton. I with TUFSYN
Northwestern 14. Indiana 13 Los Angeles' .... 80 78 .506 16" -
Purdue 17. Ohio U. 0 Richardson Ilaslng.me. Renltf. DP- Minnesota ...... 77 7* .493 l8Vi shoulders and say I was sup- nament title as, a and IP M EtBSSO
pro '
Michigan 24. Air Force 7 New York 1, Washington 2. LOB-New Cleveland .. 76 80 .487 ItV posed to. If I win I'm a hero. I 560 Set hisJ. W L 2M 8 7 4 4 4 5 3-T Nylon cord gives this tire
3 1 1
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Nebraske 2a. Minnesota 21 York 5. Washington 10. Boston ..... 6. 88 .43 27 third this year, pushing his tour.
Southern Cat. 40. Okie. 14 -Mantle' Brumley 2. Hunt. HR- Washington 61".31' 35 intend to go out there and play for WP-Jackson-I-Haller. -2:14. 1 I greater strength than other
Mantle (34). Zlmmer (12). SB-Hint on. Kansas City ... 55 100 .355 40 heck of match." Toby Rutledge hit a fine 560 ney earnings 1964 to more economy-line tires. And Tufsyn
SOUTHWESTArkanus Tresh. S-DanIels. Cunningham Klrkland. a than $79,000. is the toughest rubber Goodyear
31, Tulsa 22 IP H R ERBBSO series to lead the
Yesterdays Results, Vic Seixas, the U.S. captain Thursday has ever used in
Texas 23. Texas Tech 0 Ford .. 7 4 1 1 25 ,' auto tires.
Louisiana State 3. RIce 0F Ramos 2 2 1 1 03 Baltimore 4, Cleveland 0 Morning Coffee League at Palm (Former University of Flori-
tor We State 10. TCU 8 Hamilton 1-310 0 1 1 Washington 3. New York 2. 11 Innings ,
Reniff L 4-4 ...... 2-311 1 01 Detroit X Boston 0 Lanes. She had a 227 high game. da golfers Tommy Aaron and,
FAR WEST Mik'lsen .. 0 10 5 00 Chicago 5. Kansas City 3 Club
Sailing Avis Leilich had a 487 and Sanders
Minnesota X Los Angeles 1 Doug won $1,750 each -
Illinois 20. California 14 Daniels 10 12 1 14 .
Stanford 10. San Jose I Kline W 10.7..... 1 00 S 01 PeMiant Dottie Davis 462. Team No.2.. with their scores of. 270, good -

Oregon UCAIA 22.21. Pittsburgh Penn State 13 14 T-2:50 Mikkelsen A-14.9IS.faced 1 man In 11th.. NATIONAL Races LEAGUEW at L a Glance Pet. O.B. Left Sets Program had 1797 and 670 while Helen for fifth place in the Seattle with your Car 11ftS895 \,

Arizona 39, Brigham Young i .
Ore. State 14. Colorado 7 MINNESOTA LOS ANGELES Cincinnati *! 44 .580 5 Sisler made the 6-7-10 split. Open). I

Washington 35. Baylor 14 abrkb) ab r h MBetnca St.Philadelphia Louis .If 0 47 67 .571.573 IV 1 6 5 The Gainesville Sailing Club Ann Regnier had 452 in the Toronto Wins
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New Mexico 20. Montana 0 cf 3010
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ss 4000 Fregosi 4000 Games remaining: I fall season last week. Plans GET SAFETY
Olive rf dOlOSmIfflIf 4010 CincInnatI At home .S; Pittsburgh X have been made for the fall Lucy Hodges. had 430 and Wanda WINNIPEG I
Killebrew If 3 0 1 0 Clinton rf 4110 Philadelphia 2. (AP) The To-

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Hall cf 4220 Satrlano tb 3000 fall race series. The high game.
Louis At home 4i Philadelphia X race days recovered fumble and a blocked
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Soviet Unwed ProblemMOSCOW Mothers CHORDS e. : Lyceum* Concert : I 1 I SUBURBIA- -


APMoscow's) TRIO UidLs,.,,....tf.JO.Fl...., II
deputy prosecutor blames par Events to BeginBy NOW! 3 GREAT HITS!!
And Discords
ents and teachers for a rise in SEE. Open 2 HITS 6:30 LATE Show AS 7.00 1:25Yr1llIAMm r;
pregnancies among unmarried VEItE. EiCHARD3Last REID POOLEChairman QIrvNrNG Rfst :
schoolgirls. BY
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"Unfortunately, such cases .

p happen all too frequently," said Sunday .morning, Sept._ the composer in his shining Show the night before the in Department of MusIc ,1S:OS.T.r r ......... .. .. I p-. : <

V. Baskov, writing in the gov 20, I attended the service in Stryker's vital,control was not duction. This is complicated by _

ernment newspaper Izvestia. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. only present in, the anthem the fact that the girl he is to Looking Ahead :-DB IWtIE 1M lIiEI-lIIT mMlJii

J of the liturgical service. kiss has just become to ''f( PAUl
Dr. David Stryker is the organist parts ; pinned The first Council cum-. em.
I I and choir-master. His. prelude -The choir was well balanced one of the local boys, who does Lyceum e t v Y. 2nd HIT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UN. attraction of the regular season .a; .PmmI 1
both and the tone beautiful not at all of the stunt.
DER THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER and postlude were, mass, approve
CITY 21, SECTION OF GAINESVILLE.II OF THE CODE FLORIDA OF THE, by James Rodgers ,and were, Another disturbing factor is will be presented on Tues- 2nd Hit At 7:00 BXICITTEB&RDQT

I THE FOLLOWING ABANDONED ARTICLES like all the music, replete with Edward Carwithen, music di-; that Birdie's manager and his day, October 6 at 8:15, in the JEFFREY' HUNTER
AND SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER the atmosphere of:reverence rector for the chorus and orchestra secretary are facing financial University Auditorium. Polish
FOR CASH AT 12:00 NOON THE of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory ruin with their charge in the 3rd Hit At 11:00; I
SEPT wasBach's"Jesir Halina Siedzieniews k
TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF MBER. The anthem pianist a
A.D.. 1U4. AT THE CITY POLICE DE. 'School, informs me Army. oC> I PARTMENT. 721 NORTHWEST SIXTH Joy of Man's Desiring, that the chorus has chosen ,to will present a program including NOVAK I
STREET.BICYCLES GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA. and was sung by the choir: with do the broadway musical "Bye Auditions will be held this the following: Mozart's Fan- Strangers When
1. Girl's Stormey-Archer.lerlal < 4U4M the thrilling ardor ,inspired by week to discover which of the We Meet I
2. Bay's.. Columbia, serial L- 31030 Bye Birdie"; for its.ma. ic tasy in C minor; the Beethoven L
3.: Boy's. i.HIggins.: seri&i 6J534 I chorus members will take
4. Boy's. Dunelt. serial 2081DR music drama this year. The Sonata in E flat Major, opus
,5.. Girl's no name serial F2711U IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN.I date for the production will be which parts in the play. Mostof 31, No.3 the Sonata in ...,**...*..<*.*. '
Boy's Western Flyer serial 32059NC AND FOR ALACHUA COUNT FLORIDA. the activity revolves around ; great 's..m.DAi "IT'S A RieRtlaf3ltletlN :
II 7. Boy's no name serial 11479! Dec. 5, at 8:15 pjn., b flat minor 35 by Chopin w
8 the serial SI'I
Boy's. Londoner IN RE: :seven or eight parts, but there :
*. Boy's J. C. Higgins. serial 5C34380 ESTATE OFMARY I ; and the Chopin Scherzo in : :PERFORMANCES! BO. MAD a ; .
10. Boy's Columbia. serial C264W C. KOHN Deceased The story is by Michael Stewart are almost forty parts to be C .OPEN ,
11. Boy's, Phillips serial NS949/G NOTICE TO CREDITORS b flat minor, opus 31. uln uln :
with music and lyrics by filled in the The :
play. names !
12. Boy's. Schwinn serial Ef1376. ALL CREDITORS of the Estate of MaryC. I POPULAR IIIftUJ InNIJ 3 ,
13. Boy's Goodyear serial B1MS17 Kahn, deceased .are hereby notified Charles Strouse and Lee Ad- of the leading parts will be announced Miss Siedzieniewska is sched- zleniewska, the well known :
1Boy's, Schwinn serial A02M17 and required to file any claims or de Features 2:30 5:30, S:30 MAD SHOWS I
15. Boy's Schwinn serial A030177 mands which_they may have against said ams. It. is a ,takeoff on the next week. uled to arrive in New York on young American pianist, Thomas a( DAILY s

I 14.11. Boy's Boy's, Sports Royce Model Union serial serial 4A4WHla. 1064IS Alachua Estate In County.the Office. Florida of the, CountJudge In the Courthouse ,. events that accompanied the October 2 to begin her debut t; Schumacher will appear in ....H..3I.._._. .111 WORLD1 e*.;..-**.
Boy's, Dunelt, serial 143WNBC in Gainesville Florida within six induction of Elvis Presley-type Mrs. Walter Murphree, choral tour of the United States. She
1*. Boys. Phillie. serial 16550 (6) calendar months from the date of director for Gainesville Poland on an extended tour in
AUTOMOBILES the first publication.of this Notice. Each singer into the i'my..1be hero,I has scheduled a total of 22 engagements -,
1. 151 Pontiac 4 dr. ID PIWH59TK claim( or demand must be in writingand High School, reports rehearsalsfor May of 1965 In recital appear- FEATURES
2. 150 Plymouth 2 dr. Motor P23-54712t. must state the place or ,residence Conrad q Birdie,; is to bestow !I in this country during That "DomesBond"
ID 15545444 or post office address of the claimant last kiss teenagfan:: on "Camelot" are working out October and November ances and engagements with I Man 1:34 4:06
on a under ,
3. 1957 Dodge 2 dr. Motor KDS 276 770 I
and must be sworn to by the claim- She has girl'schorus 6:38 ':10
I ID 3576811 ant his agent or his attorney er it will the stage of the Ed Sullivan excellently. a the sponsorship of the International ., orchestras.
4. 14 Plymouth 4 dr. Motor f II 50836 become void according to law. now numbering 60 and HITCHCOCK'S.Get
5. 1955. Plymouth' station wagon Motor DATED this 31st. day of Aixjt"< A.D. Exchange Program ALFRED : Suspenseftd Sex Mystery
P27 237650, ID 2222837 964. the youngsters are doing their
(. 155 Oldsmobile 4 dr Motor 554048, (s) O. G.,KOHN., ; arranged by the National Lyceum Tickets
ID S57A179M (Seal) Name Baby work very well. The newly Music League. Her tour 11 o
7. 14 Dodge sedan Motor P2 -51212, ID Administrator of the Estate organized boys chorus numbers Admission for the' general lI l/
31510748 of Mary C. Kohn, Decease- will cover the east, south, west
" I. 1955 Mercury 2 dr. Motor 55SL128701M FAGAN. CROUCH & ANDERSON ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) 50 with others joining at i and mid-west including two appearances public to Lyceum Council

Chief WILLIAM of Police D. JOINER. ainesvllle 212 Southeast, Florida First Street Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer rehearsals. This makes a mix- with the Portland events is, $2.00. University ofFlorida I ,..
(3629) 9:21. 21 Attorneys for Administrator have chosen Cvnthia Marie as ed chorus of over 100 which Symphony Orchestra. Her tour TECNNICOLOR OVUVE BAKER iuRrnt testa
(357) 9.7 14 21. 28 faculty may obtain
the name for their two-day-ol will do well for the I
very oper- will culminate in a New York tickets at a 50 per cent dis
daughter, a sister to the quintuplets I City recital at Carnegie Recital count. University of Florida

born a year ago. etta.The final list of performers in Hall on November 21. students obtain tickets on their

the leading roles is set and Miss Siedzieniewska's piano I. D. cards. It is not possible 11 l 1

1 MOIEYJust will be announced soon. It is artistry has been acclaimed in this season for the Lyceum
'COUNTDOWN"for a very attractive score and the Soviet Un io n Scotland, Council to offer the sale of a

should please everybody.The France, Scandinavia, H 0 11- season ticket for Lyceum

of Arthur's and, Czechoslovakia and East events. However, tickets will
tell us how much Cash 24 Cash 24 citizenship story King available
be the
> general public
:you need to pay old yes Monthly You Monthly Round Table is well known Germany. Following her United
bills, for home improvements Receive Payments Receive Payments for each individual attrac-
States tour she is slated to
But -
and loved for its romance. appear .
car re$185.00 $11.00 428.00 $25.00 tion. For ,a, complete listing of
in the Soviet Union 'Den-
pairs, for all your 269.00 16.00 537.00 31.00 I the play gives it several twists the fall trimester concert sched-
seasonal DAYS attractive mark, Italy, England and Yu-
expenses. that makes it most ,
Phone for prompt, 333.00 20.00 60000 34.39 goslavia.In ule. drop a card to, or call,
courteous service. fayments Uclude interest and. principal. and gives it a staging that the University of Florida Department -
I I LEFT TO makes it look as if it really exchange for Miss Sied- of Music. <

I LOANS UP TO $600 u"e.",trht". have happened.- Thecast -

REGISTER'DEMOCRATIC of talented young peopleis

also worth seeing. Camelot Now To
Ready Enjoy
FAMILYFINANCE 1 (if will be seen Nov. 1114. ,

I III Warren M. GoooVich. .
204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6.4661 11i Chairman re* Esate of THEIR BEST

To All Creditors and Persons Having .
Claims( or Demands Against Said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby notIfied -
I and required to present any claims No.1 QUAUTY
may and. McCULLOUGH demands have against which deceased.the you.estate or either late of et of ESSIEM. you said, SEE COLOR1V IN YOUR HOME!

1k County, to the County Judge of Alachua
county. Florida at his office In the court
i house of said County at Gainesville FlorIda. -
within six calendar months f'cm theme
of the first publication of this no- .
football Each claim or demand snail be in
writing, and shall state the place of residence -

claimant and. and post shall office be sworn address Io by of the the
claimant, his agent his attorney and ASK
any hall such be DORIS void.claim M. DRIGGERS.or demand not so filed ABOUT FREE 1 1-DAY HOME TRIAL

As ESSIE administratrix M. McCULLOUGH of the,Estate deceased of OUR

layton, Arnow. Duncan & Johnston
Attorneys for Petitioner I
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DEAR ABBY: I was disappointed to find one as knowledgeable DEAR MINISTER: Thank you for giving me the benefitof TE*MERCIFUL ITS EFFICIEKJC/.T. I ASSUMETHEREARE mt'0'NONE,

k mature and influential as you rapping'a clergymanfor the doubt, but I. accept the responsibility for every answer ar OH, 4URR1/.'.'h' ARMS HOSPITAL WE'VE NEVER / MMNGS ]
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The reading of the ritual and pronouncing the couple hus- she were pregnant. But judging from the number of rep- ,
band and wife is only part of the pastoral obligation. Its rimands I have received for having critized a clergymanfor ,1

important to learn if the couple has had premarital re- having inquired, I was wrong. And I beg to be for- %-

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too, if the clergyman knows that the girl is preg- tion with LIPSTICK on his cigar holder! How about that?

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Monday Evening Again." A vivid parallel I O Inheritance 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo : QLILP:

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O Sunshine Almanac On his fifth anniversary. scene for its coverage of 10:30 O CD Word for Word .
I with the force, Barney i the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, O I Love Lucy -- --- --
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O Perry Mason O Film Feature of this year's top O McCoys DELIRIUM... i
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opens this series'eighth report on Japan's preparations -
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season on TV. Five- for this year'sGames.
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Party, which has been working Dr. Brockett maintained that need to consider anybody's bitterness so intense as that : iC& saW I
quietly for the repeal of the women were well representedin interest but my own." which is engendered by political -! o s 4 !
19th Amendment (we were the politics by their husbandsand Dr. Brockett believed, and strife." I E-c 1 iy< j

first to point out that women fathers. No reasonable request -his prophesies have borne fruit, And how could you hide :

can't cook 96.4 per cent of made by a woman that once a woman was given these passions? Dr. Brocke 11 I

all professional chefs are men- through their menfolk went un- the vote the sexes would be at predicted that if women got the I
women can't sew 89 cent heeded. As Dr. Brockett ...n: iL 0 ; A'cti
per putit war. He wrote, "Let man understand -vote their charm and beauty
of all couturiers are men "the general sentiment o f that woman is deter- would disappear and, "women
women can't even have babies tenderness and regard for the mined to stand for herself and will acquire a more careworn

without help 917 per cent of female sex on the part of men! neither desires nor needs his expression; they will have a *,s rA GLAD VDU CAME 6X FWTlJ MAY WITH I 10U TALK ABOUT I TOLD Wet MY 6AMWNCJ FATHER EVERYTHIN6..YX_ EXPECT t.CANUSEMJ FATHER WANTS TO MEET
all babies are delivered b y both in high and low station is assistance, then an antagonismwould sharper, more wiry voice, mod-!:- GARY5 JUST HANPEP ME HIS FOR A FEWMINUTES I HAP UEP TO HIM A60UT YOU HE L ATTORNEY pINNER TDtGHT FOR
men) we have posed the question their greatest protection and be engendered which ulated upon a higher key; and ( RESIGNATION.> !.. I PONT- WWTS HIS ATTORNEY 10 KEPRESENf
: "Why should women have I safeguard, and they would lose many waters could not quench. that 'lean and hungry look'I V INTENP 10 ACCEPT IT! GARY? XXJ- ON THE PO56I6LEKIPNAPINO ; ,
:...:..' the right to vote if they can't do this if they voted themselves. He pointed out that if a wom- which has been characteristicsince =: CHARGE ; ,,
the things they're supposed to I The good doctor pointed out an disagreed politialjy with the time of Cassius. < I \

do?" that letting women vote was her husband it could lead to The doctor dwelt on the fact ,
.. New evidence has been unearthed -' against the natural order 0 f separation and even permanent that if good women got suffrage I c.cI 1=
to show that the Bull things. 1c i
estrangement. would have to
they go down to
Moose Party is not just whistling "When a husband and father "Women allow their passionsto the polls and stand in line with 1J 1t

"Dixie.' A book written by votes, .he is voting for the family get overheated and call it. servant women, women of the

Dr. L. p. Brockett, entitled but if women are allowed to righteous sentiment. They I lower classes, and even womenof i 6wW 9'i8

"Women's Rights Wrongs, and vote they would be voting as individuals make more of their idols, raise ill repute whom, he predicted => I\
Privileges," has become to the which is incompatible more false halos 'about them would be paid to be (
Bull Moose Party what the Blue with the organization of and L'k.' _' '
sot even have it as a kind of there early. ,-__:


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Monday _September 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 15,

35 Houses for Salt 35 Houses for Solo
18 Schools & InstructionsHIGH

785 FOR. SALE two bedroom vnfurmsn- BR a bath bedrooms and llv.
SCHOOLat ad house by owner. S350 down room carpeted new forced air
home free booklet. Am. r lean and resume payments of,S66 per oil furnace. On 1 acre of land, 9
\ School. P. O. Box 16661. Jackson mo. Inquire after 5:00 1724 NW miles from city limits In NW ; o
ville. Fla 32216. 55th T errlce. I section. Call FR 6su. EI

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTSI 3 BR block home, 100 x 120' lawn THREE bedroom. 2 bath CCB.
Men-women. ''-52. Start High as fenced with Ligustrium hedge. traverse rods. S750 down, pay
$102.00 a week. Preparatory trainIng 2' high. 1500 equity and take over $83 per mo. 4006 N.W. 21st Drive ACROSS 28.Cyprtnold
until appointed Thousands of payments. 376-8308. off 39th Ave.
; lobs open. Experience usually un 1.Vertex fish
necessary. FREE information on -1 3 bedroom 1 bath, i-room frame BY OWNER. Pine Forest new Lantern 29.CiTilWar .
lobs salaries requirements. Write house, close in, nice neighborhood brick 4 Bdrm.. 2 bath. built-in
TODAY giving name address and 4! Ig. shady lot $9'SO. kitchen. $800 for equity, assume 8. Segment of general !.
Phone. Lincoln Service, Box 448MCo Terms. Walter Stubbs, Inc. Pn FHA loan. 376-2176. a circle 30. Blade

k __ Gainesville Sun. 376-5394.
NEWNumber HIGHLAND COURT 4 BR, 2 baths 11. Exist cuckoo

21 Home Improvements v 1 McKINNEY Fla. rnv. wall to wall carpet liv 12. Enclosed 31.Verbal MAGI IRIGORII
ing room, air condition. Phone
A a fkr 372-53.7 or 372-2080. field: drUlaw nouns

814U 1* HAVE your house painted the modem GREEN 13. Old card 33.Arab, gulf L U N E. T T E A r A R
3 BR frame house
way. All work guaranteed on 49 x 100' lot
free estimate. No Job too big S DEATONREALTORS also 85 by 100' lot next to it. 2 game 34. Sweetsop

. or too small.MODERN. wells and 2 septic tanks. Price 14. Decipher 35. Sp. hero
$4500 cash. 2013 SE 2nd
16. Oust 36.
372-5997. Wm. McKinnon. a Virago
FR 6-2210 .: WE RECOMMENDYes 18. Four-lo 38. Crude (Solution To
N this nice home will please ISO a month. 2 BR 1 bath sm prehistoric Sunday's Puzzle)

t 28 Livestock Cr Supplies you in many ways Its location living rm., Ig. kitchen porch. hand tool
Is Ideal In the Northeast No down payment to person 19. Thick slice 41. Mixed type 2. Galena 7. Church

GOATS, I male and 4 females Highlands area 3 B.R. 1 bath with good credit. 1704 NE Ist 20. Bucket 42. Distorted 3.Jellydlgnuaiy
L.R. D.R. Fireplace -
milk Ave. Ph. 372-1537.
Will sell
goats. or trade
r for calves. Phone 4621350. garage A real good value 22. Convert 44. Born making Excuse

WISCONSIN HoUteln, Guernsey or 500 Ira -realistically A quality priced home at- Good S11/ Into money 45.Anthropoid substance 9. Fabulous

Swiss dairy calves sh.pped on condition Can be F.H.A. financed Fred 25.Tenth cia 46. Dodecanese bird
approval. All ages. Also Anji/i- with $350.00 Down and Island 4.Put 011cargo
l: cross calves. Write for prices. $72.00 per month Drive by sen 385?
Otto Vanderburg No th Prairie 1114 N. E. sm St. and call for Arnold 26. Fr. annual 47'.Jewel .

Wis. appt. FR 2-3417. DOWN .
I .' income 5.Mature 2T.VaIcy.

12 Mole Help WontedMAE SHETLAND ponies. large MUST SACRIFICEYes 27. Noun nffix 1.Youngster Myself

selection of stud colts. $50. this Is your opportunity to RealtorBEATLE 19.Shlps
CHECK R traInees needed"steady Ph. GR 5-5581. Murray purchase a fine 3 B.R. 2 bath- 20. Smug 1
Central heated home for $2,000 rrrrrrrrrir7r
employment fringe benefits, age Sipprell. '
Melrose. under the FHA value of 117,250 BUYS pedantic
21 to 50. apply in person. Jackson I w
Mmt-A-Mart. 1234 NW 16th 2 SADDLES: McClellen, skirts. fen. Located in Madison ParkOwn.er r person
Ave. ders; S35. British trooper suspension must sell. 2 yrs. old PLEASE. PLEASE ME. Buy IS: : : SLCeneraTi
seat S25. Both good condition. )- good condition Don't let this this beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath
SERVICE Station attendant reliable 376- 498. extra good value pass you by.Dont split level with central heat and 14- i-' '1 helper
I THESE man full time, apply Shel wait It wont be on the air conditioning fireplace and : 22..Pernees--
Station hwy 75 and state road 26. BOOK NOw-SAVE LATER. Mr. .
market long at this price. Call 2 car garage. Corner lot, nicely
OLD Florida company expanding In self Beef Producer protect you r- FR 2-3417. landscaped. 2.200 square feet // 'l/ ii- W', //. Z/ 23.DlvMoacf

I I area. We now have positions by taking against advantage I possible of price our bookIng rise- fnt fAWtA Wk& $27,300. Owner says sell and r// // V./: //. '/4/. the earth

available for 14 men. 21 yrs. and program on Beef cattle MOVE IN please me too. If 21 tl ZSZf Ireland
up experience not necessary. We range pullets. September through Three B.R. sleeping porch 2
CLASSIFIEDADS train. Write box 544-A c-o Gainesville October. FMX Gainesville or Ala- So cuddly and soft, this sock doll bath HOME completely furnished I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND 26.Restorafloa
i Sun giving resume and qualifications. chua. Phone FR 2-1095 or 461 and her brother are sleepytime Single car garage-paved whit we sit before the old W n tl 29.Silent

L __2105.! 316 NW 10th St. pals. street City Sewerage lights I brick fireplace in our spacious _
3 bedroom 2 bath home. 30. Computing
and water $12,500 with small
WEST COAST; manufacturer has opening i. z, 39
In their sales department 30 PETS & SUPPLIES Delight tots with Snoozln' Sue and down payment Owner will I kitchen complete with oven 32.Peepthov
r brother (not shown) funtomakesock Call FR 2- range dishwasher disposal and
for three men age 20 to 35 mln carry mortgage 33. Afflict
earnings of S150 per week. Cal LABRADOR RETRIVER. register dolls. Pattern '785: pattern 361?. plenty of space for eating. Separate 31 31 3)

FR 6-258S for appt. _ed. 2 years old. Phone FR 6-9030. pieces 12-Inch dolls, nightie 'lamas. dining room. Big two car 35.MEE. !
ASSOCIATESJ. garage. Near University Country // 'l/ Jf 35 ., Tocadq >
NEED Immediately In the Gaines BASSET / H
male. 3 mos. old. all shot Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Club. : :
ville. Atachua County area, masons papers.- Thirty-five cents In coins for this 36.Watering
Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire
I carpenters, cement finishers Call FR 6-7184 pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern Multiple Listing CLOSE YOUR EYES WHILE I .337 ya 344 .place
trim. etc. Please write giving .
for 1st class mailing and KISS YOU in the privacy of our
full name telephone number ARISTOCRAT of dogdom. Fe special handling. Send to Laura secluded screen porch. Three 37. Body Joint
FOR end at least three referencesof male. Weimaraner puppy. $75. Excellent Wheeler Gainesville Sun, NeedleCraft JWK bedrooms Florida room, excellent T--ii---- 38.Miscalcu.
I previous employment as well health all shots A K C Dept., P. O. Box 161 Old landscaping, paved street, late
as type work applied for. Writeto champion line. 372-<<59. Chelsea Station New York 11 N.Y. 13000. 45 4' iT-- I
Quality Home P.O. Box 61Oceanwiy Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER 39. Coif mound

I II .JacksonvIlle, F.... BASSET 4. yrs. old, papers, NAME ADDRESS and 3728404NEW YEAH YEAH, YEAH Young - 40. Skirt edge
32218. female. $100. 372-1439. ZONE. LISTING with almost an love special. $300 down. $41 per Por time 24 ".""'"""" *'**
43. You and
WORKING DISH ROOM SUPERVISOR. acre of ground in beautiful Florida month to qualified FHA buy. I
BIG Sober reliable, able to work PUREBRED Boxer puppies for sale, NEW FOR 19651 200 designs Park.. Spacious and gracious er. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, oak
as group leader. Meals & uniforms no papers. more fashions to knit. crochet than three bedroom two bath floors.
furnished. Salary commensurate Call FR 2-0895. even Plus 3 FREE patterns, embroidery home with large living room.
with willingness to WORK. dolls' clothes. Send 25 large dining room pane I led ArnoldREALTY 35 House for Sol. 33 Houses for Sal 35 Houses far Silo
Position open Immediately. Apply SIAMESE kittens and stud service, cents for new Needlecraft Cata study; fireplace, avers I z < d

I to Mr. George Summers registered lilac blue and chocolate log. master bedroom two car Te-ONLY$430 down to qualified OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath, Irg. SACRIFICE by owner, niceUWR,
point; S25 up. Williston $28- garage, beautiful grounds. buyer, 4 BR 2 bath, CBS. open-beam ceiling
SAVINGSON Main Cafeteria U. of Fla. Equal 6448. VALUE! 16 COMPLETE QUILT COMPANY FHA paneled dinIng 2 bath, CCB house In NW sec
all In condition. financing S 1.J7
perfect mo. Seller
family with
room fireolaee tion.
Opportunity Employer. -
Lg. paneled living with
Multiple Listing Member rm.
PATTERNS in deluxe, new Quilt NEW LISTING In Highlands. Beautifully pay closing costs. Call 372-0411 ,
DEERHOUND. A-I. $75 or trade Irg. fenced-in back yard wall-to-wall .
121* W. Univ. Avenue carpeting. Built in
CLUB Reference Book. For for
STEWART. required for A-1 foxhound. beginners. experts. Send appointed three bedroom appt. to see. 1804 NW Jlth built-in kitchen. 376-2080 or 468- oven & Separate
372-3522 range. diningrm.
must be reliable, $sober 50 cents nowl two bath house for sale at FHA Ter.
1683. .
Phone 468-1957 Associates with bar. (450 down and
and Intelligent capable of man evaluation of 14,500.CO Large
Jim UNLIKE assume $90 mo. payments. Phone
Sheppard Jane Caldwell
agement. Good salary for right FREE KITTENS. living room, large family ANYTHING In Gainesville. This THREE bedroom. family room 376-2313 after 5:30 P.M.
32 Mobile Homes For Sole F. W. Hodge Bob Kalkman 3
man. Write Box 591-A COO Gainesville room with broken tile
Phone 372-7184. Walter Stoddard Jimmy Greene BR, 2 b, with tremendous screened located on Urge corner lot. Excellent -
Sun. corner lot with sidewalks 15 x 41 patla is a dream neiGhborhood. convenient
MAN wanted for debit insurance SIAMESE kittens for sale, 8 wks. FOR SALE 1962 Sunlight mobile enclosed' garage. Many distinguished subdivision huge lot. to schools and shopping. FHA GLADYSSMITH
work. Age 25 40. high school old, $10 and up. home. 2 BR 10 x 51 fully equipped extra luxury features. You'll enloy seeing It. Stili time financing. The James Company
education permanent. Reply Box Phone 3722601. in excellent condition very ECONOMICAL living at only $S> FORDYCEREALTOR to pick your own colors. Call Phone 3727401.ROOMING.
5 JA. Gainesville Sun.WAITERS. small equity and take up pay 900.00 with low down payment 3723727.
TWO 2 months old AKC reg.. Chi. ments. Call Williston 528-3731. possible. Two bedroom masonry

FINE huahua puppies. wormed & 1 home of 1.300 square feet in con- REDFRANKS HOUSEFIVE 3725393Price
I 2 weeks training program.Earn shot. From championship line. WYATTTrailer venient Northeast. Another two ,
while you learn. Phone 372-6848. bedroom home near the REALESTATEMORE BEDROOMS, 3 baths newly Reduced a Real BargainIn
Steady employment if you qual University, completely' furnished redecorated. Central H. I t. a 3 brm., 3 bath home in NW
ify.Gainesville OPEN HOUSELARGE All .
sale also kittens at $9.900.00 with rental Income HOUSE FOR THE MON- rooms rented. Completely fur area Flnley School. Monthly
; yellow tiger
Golf and Country Club. Sales EY 1800 ft. of nished. Excellent Income. Located payments only $122.00. Central
sq. living area
possible. LIVING ROOM &
free. Males a\ females available.FR BED
Mr. Brown 372-1458 Mr. Loudin. In
69847.FOUR LARGE beautiful well drained ROOMS 3 BR 2 bath, plenty of plus attached garage. Supar.orCCB area near Business Professional Heat. Large and beautifullot.
CARS! EXPERIENCED WAITERS Home of lots in Ridgewood. Reasonable storage 1900 sq. ft., built In Construction 3 large bed- Offices. Price $12,750. .
APPLY BEAGLES one year old. Pacemaker Mobile Homes prices. All Improvements paid. bookshelves. patio, fenced yard rooms 2 baths. Big Livingroon
Gainesville Golf & Country Club. untrained |11'1. full blooded. Shasta and Airstrean Littlewood Westwood schools large utility room, beautiful with fireplace entrance fjytr. FOR RENT OR SALETHREE Two story older home. Can be
I Phone 372-1458 13". no papers. (35 ea. Phone Travel Trailers lust around the corner. large baths. Come see this home covered pAtio. Nice yard. sa.. made into apartments good financing .
Oeala's 000 with choice of bedroom home. Sid. See 1228 NW 4th St.
443-M44. First Mobile Horn iock finanelno- Cal. near -
2-5 ,
frorv g'
WANTED top rate painter. Must J. W.KIRKPATRICK Sunday Sept. 6-0817. Lamer School -and then call usl
ney and Main
Dealer Since 1948 : .
0 Too Lot To be 27, in ; 30th St.
Classify experienced. Apply In ?
person 32 Mobile Homes For Sale 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Street Shopping Center. Two bed.
at SE mn St., Lincoln Estates. Phone 629-1358 CUSTOM BUILT and designed by room house to be Included In Roomy 4 brm. 2 bath home
1959 CHEVROLET Impala conver- Call FR 6-2219 before 7 A.M. or Otala. Fla $450 DOWN local architect with ultra modern price. Well landscaped corner large corner lot on NN ith St.
9i* 8x31, 2 BR trailer tub & Realtor Florida kitchen ,
tible, PS PB. new engine. Price Barter 6PM.J3 room equipped Florida Living In mind. lot. Call for appointment to Central heat-This can be I
shower. Cond. above for 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 3 BR
$795. Phone 485-2365. average 25484ASSO1ATES airconditioner fireplace
Nearly 2700 too
sq. ft. of living home and future Investment
age. See interior to apllr..lltt.IS00. 33 LOTS FOR SALEI : 2 bath. 1400 sq. ft., landsc ;.d areaplus
-Halp Female See 1924 NW 4th St. Then call
or 3 car carport. Central heat -
$ FR 6-1887. ALACHUA
Floye Mathlasen Irene Bunnell lot. Only $81.48 a me. Call REALTY
: Anxious to Sell? Waltl & alrconditioning. Dream kitchen vs.
I I ACRE LOT. 10 minutes from Fordyce 3421236.
Capt. A. W. Reece USN Ret. -
-- Ii eating a r. a.
Gainesville, with
to Lake
HAVE: 1 acre Industrial lot on NW CARRIER We have opening access Levis Kirkland Ben Griffin Striking entrance foyer apal.. Associates GLADYS SMITH
4' 6th Street for the Lake Butler area male Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 Alto now connected to Lake NO QUALIFYING lo. Large lot in Libby Heights.
er female.' Good earnings. If you I bedroom mobile homes. Many Santa Fe. $420 with low down Separate dining room. living room Must be seen to be appreciated. Member Multiple Listing
WANT: Income property have transportation and desire to floor plans. 7 year financing. payment and balance at S10 per M and Florida room 3 BR 2 baths $35,000. Call 4-0817. Realtor
run ye to own business with Drive out today. 3 miles South mo. with no interest charge. Ph. lovely NW neighborhood. Large 635 N. E. 1st St. Associates:
; Call Lea Jackson anytime I, very pile investment please oi Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.374OJ71 448-1874 after S P.M. on week CONVENTIONAL corner l lot and patio. You name Claude M. "Red" Franks, Realtor 37 -2441 Virginia Power Anna Hlnson

j, ERNEST TEW. REALTY call' MtCaputo, su7. I rculatien' I days. 3 BR.. 2 Bath Cent. Ht., and your down payment and we'll Aria T. Smith. Broker Caroline Noyes
*P 4 NW 13th St. FR4UIAnnounccmentt Dept., Gainesville 378-141, 1964 Hillcrest trailer, 2 bedroom. 2.4 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES Air. Cond.) Nr Parochial and do the rest. Call Fordyce 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone 4-0817 Mabel Gore Associate I 1228 W. University Ava.
ext. l. 5 to 7:30 Member
p.m. Minutes West of Town off paved Multiple Listing Phone 372-5393
50 x 10. Equity $500 take up Elem. Schools; Lg. Fam. Rm.. 3761236.FORDYCE
I PHYSICAL THERAPIST needed Immediately payments. Call 374-1521 after 3 I, road. $1,600 with low down payment Beautifully landscaped. Like New Ii:
for Daytona Beach or P.M. 376-9281. call Dick Robinson anytime By appt. Call Mary Moeller.
1 thopedist's office. Write box 590-M RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor
COO Gainesville Suit.LOOKING NORTHWEST 11 W. Univ. Ave. 376-1359 FLORIDA PARK

TRAILER SALES ONE HALF ACRE LOT FORSALE 3 BR. 2 Bath over 2200 sq. ft.; Associates Inc.

3 LOST ( FOUND 2702 Waldo Road N.E. high & dry with deep Large wooded yard, Fam. Rm.. Multiple Listing Realtor
t FOR At Palm Lane 374-0205 well and electricity, located on Picturesque setting. Under $30,- Grace Fordyce. Broker
LOST on old Nawberry Rd. near A SECURE JOB? Kincaid Road; $1200. FR 2.7173 000. Associates:
I city limit. bUck and ta" hound FEDERAL QUALITY Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden
flipped his collar. Contact Jack Train for U. S. Civil Service tests. RAILROADSIDING TREES O. C. Gay Dick Banks
Seville 376-5317. See our ad under Instruction classification. HOMES INC. attract the buyer on these lots 283 Frances Hough Sarah Gouldtn
j Lincoln Service. 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR LOTHAVE x 275; N. W. 39th Ave.; including 926 W. Univ.
LOST large black torn cat. on U ofF lished 1943.14Sales. Estab 25113 Walt Johnson. Mgr. 3 BR., 1 Bath, charming older 376-1236
campus. Answers to the name large commercial lot with home. Call Mary Moeller.
I of Brewer. Reward. Phone FR 23 years In business give you adequate railroad siding. Will erect build r>
4-2160 or FR 2-3572. Help Wanted! protection In price qualIty : ing to suit tenant. Give satisfactory INVESTMENT Jv c: m

/ LOST BROWN LEATHER zip up financing. insurance & serv lease. FR 6-6457. Approx. 300x300 with four 3 BR., 1964 Model
SALESMAN to sell completed ice. Ask your friends and oolr
attache case. contains clip I 1 Bath homes located 718-804 N.
homes on buyers lot. Excellent customers about us. 3 locations to MANY beautiful 1 acre lots in NW.
board and valuable personal opportunity. Contact Tampa Builders. serve you. Jacksonville Gaines Several locations. Priced from W. 16111 Ave. Call us and let us
papers. Lost Fri. Sept. 18th down Gene Paramore, Local ville. & Ocala. $1750 up.FORDYCE.- consult with you regarding your Mobile
town. Reward. Call 376-8164. Manager 372-7401. & ASSOCIATES INC. Investment 'In Gainesville's fu- THIS WEEK'S IS ONMANARO'S
ture. We have many Income SPOTLIGHT
SET OF KEYS lost In Gainesville REALTOR
Shopping Center around drug 16-Work Wanted Female BUTTSMobile 926 W. Univ. 374-1236 properties and business lots. Home I

t store. Very important that I get N. W. 16th Ave. WOO up
them back. Phone FR 2- m. SENIOR beautician. yrs. experl--I N. W. 23rd Blvd. $3000 up RESTAURANT
ence. 24 yrs. old. presently doing HomesInc. : S. W. Acre lots $1000 up MaryMoellerJ ClearanceWe've
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE high styling for well established Newberry Rd. Acre lots $3750 up ,ryse-n. on Hawthorn Rd.
salon In St. Petersburg. Husbandwill :

BUSINESS CONSULTANT available be at U. of F. two fu l I. MARY MOELLER, to make -r Open since 1959 Monoro's is em of Gainesville's

on owner part-time- manager basis. and Exper"Inced for. yrs.p.m.Call FR 2-9420.- I a.m. to 7 NW 13th St. REALTOR for the got'65 models .room. so j oldest and loveliest Italian Restaurants.

I marly with large consulting firm. COLORED girl would work as 1019 W. University Ave.' we've marked prices down 1/ } Featuring all of the popular Italian dinner and foods.
Reasonable fees. For further Information maid day or regularly. Contact at .6th St. FR 6-4471 Realtor fantastically! r
call 376-2771. Addle Jean at 704 N. W. 12th 11-3 acre lot in West hills. ( Mr. Mane, owner Cr operator personally prepares
Ter. \ everything served in his dining Mr. Monaro's
KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON Phone 462-1350 1019 W. University Ave.
Beauty on I BudgetAll COLORED woman wants work will On street parking all arourvl our FR 64471Associates SAVE HUNDREDSOF :4L : specialty is delicious lasagna.
corner. Open 8:30 A.M. to 8 P.M. :
work guaranteed care for Children. part or full 34 Waterfront Property DOLLARS ,
Perm. $5 up Sham-set 11.50 up time each weekday. E. W. Moeller I
own transportation. Refer Foster Kesler -- t(. Checkered tablecloths and candles enhance the
14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 _ence. Phone 591-2615. 374-8341 Dick Durbin Sharon Grant on the nation's best- 't
Open nights by appt.' WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD Member Multiple Listing A6s.. charming dining; rooms and lend a romantic atmosphere .
I known manufacturers
DO IRONING In my home. Min. In
Reg. Broker specalizlng for
LEARN TO DRIVE -Special attention charge 10 cents per piece. Phone BEFORE you buy see us for top LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE ADVERTISE IN THE models. special evening dining. Choice wines
to nervous or elderly. FR 62036.MEDIUM quality In Mobile Homes. Approximately also add to the Italian flavor.
AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrosc.
Easy Way Driving School. FR 35 units to choose from. SERVICE DIRECTORY .
1-7002. Lie. bY State of FII.e AGE white woman with I. 10 12. 20 width to 60 Inlength. 5-2981.
up from
exper lane wants babysitting OVER Uke GIVE AWAY Serving 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Manaro's is closedon .
30 acres of front many
SPECIAL NOTICES Ave.while mother works. 3541 SE 15th bearing pecan trees. Also S furnished SERVJCE CALLS $5 PRICES Monday. i
Featuring Marlette Hillcrest, Windsor houses with dock and deep *
Heating Air on the spot bank rate
LOSE WEIGHT Mfcly with new DRESSMAKING alterations. re & Park Manor. well pump. Many extras. On Conditioning
Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis & Refrigeration Service low down
Dex-A-Dlat Tablets. Only 98 cents. pair Experienced. Phone 376- \ financing
Watch For Next Week's
9864. 18 years In the Mobile Home Jewelry Co.Cedar ContractorAny SPOTLIGHT
3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug Business make or model window payments. Monthly payments -
Company WANTED full daYs housework. Shoresfine as low as $60. Saveon
Key units and household appliances. -
'Sitters. Child Cart Experienced. "SERVICE HAS BUILT Also we clean heaters. your new '64 mobile
8 Baby Phone 372-5194 homesites from $2250

LOVE. concern. Individual attention FLORIDA registered nurse Interested OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD non-waterfront from $1510 Phone FR 2-5002 I I home BILLIARD'S DINING CAFETERIAS *

await 3 children for child in a position In a physicians WHILE THEY LAST FOR A fast good lunch or lust
day care In my home. 5 yrs. office or similar type work. MOBilE. Marina LocationsINVEST CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun It'sLARRYS LONG'S CAFETERIA
professional I child guidance ex References. 372-9822. for not only young men a cup of coffee Serving hours 11:15 til 2 P.M. end
perience. $10 wk. Call Mrs. King ELDERLY HOMESof : facilities needed here FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY BUT young women. too. RESTAURANT. 4:30 P.M. tm 1:00 P.M.
couple or two ladles 1225 W. Univ. Ave.We'v. 7
days a week.
room &. board 8 assistance In Ocala Bring your dates & 24
3760972.TINY > Motel Locations FEDERAL' expanded are open 313 W. University Ave.
Open 10 A.M. 'til 12 P.M.
private home.
Si00 per mo. each. convenience.
TOT hours for
148 N. Church St., Starke. Phone Uf-3200 Jet. 301 & 4X1 I INVEST: accommodations For top quality workmanshipcall '05 N. Main StreetDINING your I

372-6142 Sandwiches or complete dinners
we and see for yourself. IS Schools & Instruction. Drivea DAVID ANDREWS- GAINESVILLE 4820 N.W. 13th Street served In our dining room or
I 24SEth5t.FR70d Gainesville Fla. our curb. Open 10:30 A.M.to
KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING REAL ESTATECEDAR 1508 N.W. 13th St. Your Mobile Home Dine by candlelight in the delight. Midnight.NW 13th St. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgjv

I Day, wk.. or mo. Old NewberryRd. DEVELOP confidence 0 v. r. Little KEY 3841 or 3831 Free Estimates-PIck up and I' Shopping Center ful atmosphere of Italy 301 board. Cocktail Hour 5 to 7. J
practical technique
Planned progrAms. Pick up comeupply delivery. MANARO'S RESTAURANT FOR a fast sandwich ke creamor drinks for the price of 1. Dane
at Littlewood and Terwllllger develop personality_ deserve LAKE SANTA FE large lakefront specializes In Lasagna Pizza lust a good old fashionedroot log 'til 2 A.M. to Bobby Griffin's
schools. Call FR -447.. recognition be an Save LotLowest high lot, beautiful view, convenient -- -- -- and other delicious Italian Food. beer. Stop by the Combo & Richard Parkers orches

BS ence.degree 25 experience.Start a to town some citrus. easy 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. A W ROOTBEER STAND tra. 1W1 S.W. 13th St. Fit -2442.
HELP WANTED years terms. FR 24471.
11 FEMALE 2307 NW 13th St.
372-4490 Closed Mondays.
October 1. overhead In the Industry SHOP THE[ REST. for quick refreshments THE ORLEANS
WAITRESSES WANTED. Manor For Information call Mrs. Rhea DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like 0 Happy Hour 5 to 7 P.M.
Restaurant. Apply In person 2321 376-7/24 after S p.m. or Hotel to work and you benefit. LOOKto MANAGER NOW OPEN Alan's New 24 Hours Dancing to the music of the Co.
W. University Ave. Thomas 372-9501. the future make a sound in. TRAINEEFOR BUY AT NC)RTH WEST MR. SANDWICH SHOP Serving bras Wed., Frl. (. Sat. nights.
vestment. See our top brand custom Across from Univ. Post Office King size sirloin. U ox. need we Steaks to perfection In tha
WANTED Senior beautician. Call MEN & women is to 53 to train for RESTAURANT. WITH Featuring our own roast beef sandwich .
made 12 WIDES at 18 say more???? S250.DUTCH STEER ROOM
Mary Lees FR J-20U M FR 2- CIVIL SERVICE WIDES prices. I yr. financing EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITYFOR 50 )clOROOM C: In natural gravy. 55 cents. TREATRESTAURANT 4S40 NW 13th St. P6-91'1
170*. Examinations. For informationsend available. Lake Geneva Trailer A GOOD FUTURE. The best roast beef In town."
WANTED Legal Secretary. Good name address &. Phone No. Sales on Rt. 100. 1 mile S. E. GOOD STARTING SALARY. _
salary for qualified permanent Key Training Service. 112 W. of Keystone Heights. Open evenings MUST BE OVER 21 YRS. OF 2 BED SHELLEY'S home of the Original 1802 W. Univ. Ave. GENERAL GAINES

I resident. Unmarried person preferred. Adams St.. Jacksonville. and Sunday. AGE. PHONE FOR AP. ITALIAN SANDWICHDial Delicious mett-in-your-mouth STEAK ROOM

Call FR 4-S2M thru between FrL fA.M. Real Estate Exam SPECIAL POINTMENT FR 2-2405. ONI I LY 372-6582 Southern Fried Chicken Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice
S P.M. Mon
and for fast free delivery dinners from 85 cents steaks prepared to
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. Larry's WonderhouseRestaurant. Complete your tasteon
with some practical COURSE Also pizza ff Schlitz and Lowetsbrau AM t PM our hearth.
WHITE WOMAN S1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes 14 NW 1st St. Serving from 7 to open Holiday Inn.
nursing experience. to care ATTEND First lesson fee.HOWELL'S Prairie. For appointment call 28 on tap. Sl' W. Unhr. Ave.or TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT ItOO S.W. 13th St. FR 4-82U.

for elderly lady two days a BUSINESS COLLtuE FR -3052.. --- our new store at 2204 SW 13th St.
week. Give references. Write Bo.513A COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave $12so. IM* NW 1st Ave.
In care of Gainesville Sun. l3507.. 372-3727. Lowest prices easiest terms largest Need Extra ? BOWLING *
display In central Florida. Money BABYSITTERSWILL *
Wanted We trade for anything. delivery
12 Malt Help train for Civil Service. Goo up to 100 miles.TRAILER Expenses up with School I BOWLING at Its finest at
pay. Thousands of lobs cpen. Ex MART starting? You can earn $2 BABYSIT in evenings I PALM LANES
RAISED & CAKE DONUT MAN perience usually unnecessary. For or more per hour as full or WHY P AY RENT DINE & DANCEDIRECTORY Open every night for your en.loyment .
xpenefKxd able to use cake donut Information on lobs. salaries Hwy. U Open 1 to 6 part time Avon Representative & on Saturday in my home. from t AM. to 2 A.M. I

I machine saber 'round&. reliable lob. Requirements. local Interview East Palatka Phone 328 1058x Our Saleswomen earn SEE TOM or JACK at. 729 N.E. 10th PI., Free 'nursery service.

r night work year write giving address. phone x 35 1 BR Liberty trailer, very fine weekly Incomes plus 2606 Waldo Rd. 376-44J4
) Fringe benefits equal opportunity AMERICAN SERVICE Box 58*.
}I employer. Apply Mr. Georg Sum- co Gainesville Sun.SPEEDWRITING .- reasonable.CO'Neal's Pnone Trailer 375-5283.Mobile Lot Savings'Bonds. Earn your expenses Northwest T frailer Sales
,I mers. Food Service Court. Ideal for student or couple.: money with AVON. TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT PLACE
Cafeteria. University of SPELLINGCivil Write AVON P. O. Box 44. I IGaiFv

BARBER WANTEDFR. now Secretarial College forming.218 Courses HowelCs W. Univ.-Business Classes Ave. good PhcneFR6-8085or condition. e'2421 j At Palm Lanes 376-0205 CALL 3781411.

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, 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale -35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole
I 3 & 4 Bedroom Models In
MUST BE SOLO by Oct. 10th. 3 BY OWNER immediate possession BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 bath CCB BY OWNER house in N. W. fin- SHADOWLAWN
BR. 2 bath house In NW sec- financing arranged. Not in home. Lot 100 x 110'. New exterior ancing arranged. Call 376-0734. NEWMODELS SUBURBAN
( tion. Cent. neat air conditioning-: a pro Jed. Call 372-8401. days or paint. Trees & shrubs.
$600 down Phone FR 6-8314. 374-2748 evenings to see our 1800 Near churches and new shop HEIGHTS D. OLIVER
THE TIME IS NOW sq. ft. 4 BR. 2 bath cent. heat ping centers. Walk to Little- Gainesville's Newest OFFERING
NICE 7 room frame house on air condo CCB home at m NE wood Westwood schools. Bus C&P Prestige\ Address Individual Styles For You
large lot. $4500. Every one 10th PL
service. oak floors. window
paid down one hundred cornices & Venetian blinds. Realty AndDevelopment Built, for Those Who Desire Well planned living areas
sliced off of this. This bargain BUY HAPPINESS STRETCH Stt Only the Best.N. t) Quality material A workmanship
down &
By investing In a U. S. Steel Home financing .
never been offered before. Phone W. 43rd N.W. 17th PL
$89.52 monthly Includes Insurance
Do You Have A Room Apartment FR 62297. built ALACHUA In this area HOMES by INC. & taxes. 17 NW 36th St. Built by Four *f Gainesville's O A community you would be
Phone 376-0630 Phone FR 23111FHA Co. Leading Builders proud to live In
HOME & INCOMEA Model Home Opening every Sun. Now Open FRED MASONA. Drive West on N.W. 39th
$1,200 down and $98
Or House Rent? from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning W. FLETCHER Ave.past the Glen Spring Intersection.
to very nice 3 B R. 1 bath hometo month to qualified purchaser Spacious 2-bedroom home MACOMA left.
I sign on
live In and adjacent buildings August 16. 3331 N.W. 21 PL with income of $550 per month. lovely paneled family I Daily 10-6 See
In Compare cost with all other 3 P. RIDGWAYGainesville's FR 2-0866.
for Day Nursery now Spacious with 3 BR & 2 bath i
operation with unlimited income. bedroom 2 bath fully air cond: large sep. LR-DR and kitchen. room beautiful landscaping i
Shaded lot 160 x 415. N. W. lo homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY at Neighborhood 6 block of shopping with underground Village Green
: REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS cation. For full particulars call TIME." center at 1005 NE 6th St. sprinkler system. Many 1- and most
372-4351. IF YOU CAN FIND A BETTER Harold N. Stringer, Ph. 3729659or newest
ROOMING HOUSEThe HOME FOR 122,300. BUY ITI 6-4140. other living luxurious suchas 1i luxurious apartment building .. J
YOU MORE than the ud that will rent We do not believe you can find some wall-to-wall carpeting I
Income from this large two a better home for your money LAKESHORE
and screened
story home will net the owneran anywhere in the Gainesville area. TOP EXECUTIVE & large YOUNGAMERICA : ;ael
its! income while paying for the Look at these features: Sunken PROFESSIONAL CLASS private porch. Located in
property and give him a nice living room. Solarium. .Huge N.W. Gainesville. TOWERS
apt. to live In. For full details covered screened porch with pass- UNIQUE t7

Here's what your'Vacancy COSTS YOU call us.NICE. & NEW through pit.- Central bar air and conditioning.gas bar-b-que-. BUILT GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle' HOME OF A second home on Santa HOMES NOW LEASING I

luxury kitchen with wife-saving pace setter Fa Lake??? All modern
EVERY DAY until it is rented: If you want a really nice home oven dishwasher and range.and Terms disposal.arranged.G. E. living room and priced under $9,000
i then take a look at this new 3 Hugh Edwards. Inc. 376-7971. Forty foot Florida room for the works! Owner is Colonial and contemporary -
Luxurious master suite with
BR 2 bath CB home at 3669 .
ONE OWNER ONLY compact serviceman overseas and styles: Brick and .I
NW 16th Ave. Half acre lot. Central > walk-In closets-dressing
RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: heat & A-C. Family Room 3 BR. 2 bath home furnished or room; built-in vanity wall needs to be relieved of re- block.
""F Elec. kitchen. A small down or unfurnished. quiet neighborhood and shoe closet .
payment will move you In. Giveus 3 blks from So. Idlewyld sponsibility.N.W.
Fabulous kitchen breakfast
3 bedrooms 2 baths.
$40 per mo. $1.33 per day a call today. school good location. 10 minutes and workshoparea
UNIVERSITYREALTY from Club.Univ.,Moving down town.to California.FR or Country utility room 26th Way. Off N.W. Family rooms.
$50 per mo. : $1.66 per day 6-3102 Sunday and after 5 Twenty.six foot closet wall 16th Ave. Beautiful NEW
weekdays. Seen by appointment. Guest suite with sunken tub large brick home on extra All city conveniences and
$55 per mo. $1.83 per day Paneled place library with fire- special wooded lot. services.

1115 N. Main St. : UNUSUAL4Bedroom2Bath Two landscaped patios 1
$60 . $2.00 day
J per mo. per Ph 372-4351 acre lot In most select Frontage on 441 large Beautifully landscaped.
W. M. Munroe. Broker neighborhood
$65 mo . $2.16 day Assoc: Scads of improved LOT. Exceptionally -
per per S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Roby o> sky light so houseIs good price. Completely new designsfor
Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr. csheerfvl even In gloomy. Gainesville
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day weather area. x
Suburban Heights This house Is Ideal for

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ADMIRE Living Room Room Never lavish or have casual you entertaining seen so (p Kealty Street North to on N.E.N.E.30th 15th Ave 'LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
I THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN much cabinet and drawer Swimming Pool Recreation Room
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day WIMBERLY ESTATES Master BedroomDressingRoom space under one roof. 1Jevelpp/lfelft Co. nue Turn right. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
Family Room a Den Three-car garage. Total Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
825 N W I}lk STREET
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day U.yd Myrick, Bldr. 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms roof square footage 6,000 under Telephone 372-7070 Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
Kitchen. Jack De Yot Reg. Broker
Push Button
Offering more qualityfor Happy to show by appointmentonly. Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
and Utility Room Call 372.2511 or Come In
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day less moneyW Screened-In Swimming Pool S25 N. W. 13th St.Ms 3 Elevators
a Wail-to-Wall Carpet 372-1987 TOUKGjAMEMCA HOMES
i $95 per mo . $3.16 per day 36th Ter. en NW. 39th Central Heat and PHONE 376-4456
Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er Air Conditioning ,

I j $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day by appt. 3724449 er 2-054. FRED MASONPHONE FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT

MeCOY'S I I (24 Hour Service)

CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR New Brick Homesby FR 28340FR 2-3182 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
Ask About Our MACOMA HOMES, INC. Sun Want Ads

\f SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Builder Trade-in Plan In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. Get Results Butler Bros. BUILDERS

3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen adjoining city limits.
equipment cen. heat. VA no .
down payment. FHA from $700 The Charming fhe Livable
down-no closing costs. New Homesin RANCHO GRANDE TIKI t tKINGSBERRY
Capitol Builders. Inc. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedroom 2 bath large
35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole N.W. 37th Place A 6th street study family room, living screened porch beautiful ;
room, dining room oak family room oak parquet j .
t-of-3 BR home on Lake Winnot. Wiper montn includes taxes and ,
parquet floor drapes infloors., drapes included. ----'
Insurance. All conveniences
All furniture Including washIng city Call 3724341 er 37-77M.
machine refrlg. & new bed- built In G. E. Kitchens. $100 WESTVILLANW eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. HOMES
room suite. Workshop. Locatedon down VA. $395 down FHA Includes ---- Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
beautiful well > landscaped closing costs. Hugh Edwards 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street.
1Y4 acre lot. $6,600. GR 5-5424 READY FOR OCCUPANCY
after 4 P.M. weekdays. 376-7971.

-GREAT MOVING trade TO JAX opportunity.? Will I PERFECT FOR RETIREDOR us give you on estimate on contracting your new THE REGENCY 3-bedroom. 2-bath. Full brick, foyer double
trade beautiful water front BRYANNow at 37th St. custom home. carport 1,435 square feet.: Huge lot with room for stable ]

.- home Gainesville In Mayport home area or for property.your YOUNG MARRIEDS Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290: and corral in rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19,000 10%

Custom bunt for ferocious beach New colonial ranch style home on back in Gainesvilleto Nite. FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 down ? $122 per month.
I living. Hugh Florida Room. wooded corner lot. Garage Is per serve you in all typesof
Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
\ \ fect for storage now conversionto STUBBSInc. THE .
M separate Family Room. .three Terrazzo.B WALTER POWELL 3-bedroom. 1 -bath. Oak floors central
bedrooms. .three .Of Florida room or office later.
I fice or den. : tlhS'klicti G.E. eye level oven and counter- heat; full brick large. WOODED LOT. $14,000 $500
Many. .Many custom features. top range. White terrazzo floors. down $86.49 month.
Shaded by towering live oaks. Built-in book cases. Breakfast & T Terrazzo per
., Will I trade or sell' outright. Contact counter. Easy qualifying. $12.200. OVER 90 HOME PLANS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM. WE .
Hugh Edwards. Inc., Allan $650 down. S7S per month. Hugh Phone 376-5394
"' Donman. Sales manager. 3721551. Edwards. Inc. 3767971.STEPHEN Company HAVE SEVERAL LARGE WOODED LOTS AVAILABLE OR

2605 NE 19th Dr. "We trade houses" FORWOMEN

/ PARADE OF HOMES HEIGHTSLocated I I: or For 372-6441 quick free evenings.information at no obligation call 372-2527

3 BR. 2 Bath Colonial Home at N.W. 37th Place &
_. Central Heat & Air Cond.. 2 6th St. New brick homes under You can depend on
Car Garage Fireplace 10% construction. Pick your own GAINESVILLE'SYEARS
Down Payment. colors etc. VA & FHA Terms. THE JAMES COMPANY

: Construction Co. N.W.Capital 37th Place Builders* 4th Street "The biggest little builder in
l 376-2258 Call 371-0341 .r 374-77M

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Beautiful new OPEN solid brick HOUSE, 3 bedroom. 2 bath, PALM VIEW ESTATES ONLYIf Why Pay Rent? :

home with open brick fireplace. Built in oven

and range, custom built kitchen cabinets,

large storage and utliity room. Double car- 516,000 PLOW OWN YOUR I

port with curved drive sodded lawn. Excellent you like working in a convenient, modem HOME

location. Immediate occupancy with small FHA DOWN PAYMENT i

down payment FHA, no down payment VA. NOTHING DOWN VA kitchen you won't find any more modemor i

Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. convenient than in a Kirkpatrick and Pier- Now
$100 Closing Cost

CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES son home in Highland Court Manor. They're $ INCLUDING

; 3727070COMPARE designed with you in mind. Why not see them MONTHLY TAXES AND
I today? Outstanding features include: INSURANCEFROM

; !II! $12,250 up t

fl I Double stainless steel sinks

: $400 DOWN FHA ,
Gas or electric Tappan built-in oven J
BEFORE YOU BUY $100 Closing Cost ; f dt.. i

SAVE! FROM $7516 PER MONTH I ter.and range with hood, fan and fil 4J Lr fliiur'i; f tf

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The following are ready for construction and will be ready WALK TO SCHOOLS

occupancy. for occupancy soon I Vinyl tile floors

3330 N.W. 28th Ave. 1
4 TO baths. S12SO dn.. VIA .,
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1144 per mOor NU DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. Genuine Wall-Tex vinyl paper -'- >4 .. >, : yn'r.. ; 4r
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3310 N.W. 30th PI. 4120 & 4121 J'L > ,:
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per 3 BR.month.2 bath. SiOO dn. $87 N.W. 19th Dr. ALL CITY SERVICES Safety-edge Formica counter tops '" f'

3 BR. 2 bath. SSOO dn.. SSI INCLUDES: ;
"", nn 1111 II Indlllllli per month.
Large Improved Lot G.E.,
-- Custom built-in cabinets
APPOINTMENT ONLY 4119 & 4127 DIRECTIONS: Drive West on $ 1 00 down VA Heat Built-in- Garage Kitchen or-Carport Radiant- i

527 comfortable E. Univ. Ave.home for N.W. 19th Dr. 16th Ave. Turn All Masonry Construction -

Large a large family. 4 BR. 4 I BR 1 bath. ISOO dn. S74 Left on 38th St. Sales Office -- NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Real Plaster Walls Terras- t
baths up living 1'00I1famny per month. I 39th Terrace. xa Floors Awning Windows
room parlor, dining room. or Terr. Phone 372.3471 Formica Cabinets and vanities ,
screened porch. BR. -
dinette kitchen. V* baths down $3 95 down FHA Fully Insulated Ceiling ,
phone conversation necessary : City
OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- I Ii I FROM $1.25016,900

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43 Colored Property- 49 R...... for Rent 66 Misc. For Sale 73 Musical Merchandise -
85 Automobiles' for S.U IS Automobile for Sol.

LOTSI NICELY furnished.:: Private en- COSCO feed & play table S6; playpen VIOLIN, 3/4 $ %e. $3O. .

am Interested in buying sever.I tranca. bath and parking space. & pad $8; twin bed $15; Phone 3762352. 1957 PORSCHE COUPE. completely, CLEAN 1956 Ford. radio heater,
lots .t the right price. Cad Excellent heat business man or B-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10; rebuilt excellent condition auto trans. PERFECT SECOND
372-4125. graduate student. 1J14 N! 7th umbrella type clothes line Sl2i ZENITH ]120 base aceordian. like throughout. See at JUS NW 7th CAR. must MIL Call FR $4136. Inventory.
St. After 4 P. M. car top luggage rack $101 620 new cost $500 win sell for PL after 1 P.M. Will trade.
New. Quality Hugh Eawards built NW 36th Ter. 3764131. $175. Also 48 base $75. HIU
JA home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. FURNIHEDROOMSTh blocks I crest Trailer Ct.. Lot 63 OLDS Jetfire fac. air. turbo 1964 GRANOPRIX. Sunflre Red.
As low as $43. per month with from campus. 921 SW 1st Ave PRE SEASON SPECIAL until A2. charged. 4 speed. loaded. John new price $4800. Sacrifice at *
2.000 down or will arrange terms Call 371-1391 after i i'.m. Mal Oct. 19 only. Living room size SPINET PIANOS Plerson FR 2-1743 or see at 1122 $3585. Trade excepted financIng .

to suit buyer. Located 643 NE students only.SLEEPING LP GAS HEATER. plus our nor-gas 2 spinet pianos with matching NW 4th Ave. i arranged. Call FR 2-5398.
2 cylinders. plus complete
15th Street. ROOM for work- mal installation ready to treat benches and new warranty re '61 Chevrolet parkwood r-agon with
Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372- economically all for S44.65 total possessed. air $1,300. STUDENT SPEC. I 87 Automobile Wants Reductioij
376-7971 ing only. Ph.
cost (only S15.55 down). Gridley Music Co. CIAL. '54 Plymouth. perfect cond

RENTALS 2601. PROPANE LP GAS Gainesville Shop Center 372-5353 43,000 sworn t* miles. $395. Phone CARS WANTED. 150-54 Fords

43-1 COLORED Archer Rd. FR 6-511C WILL transfer to FR 6-4405. & Chevrolet A] HerndOn Service :

NOWENTINGCOLORED 51 Misc. Rentals CLARINET. wooden. b-flat. reconditioned choice of four spinet responsible or console party 1957 Cross country Rambler station Station 916 SE Ills St. "

p.Jr fff NEWNumberj $25; Detecto baby scale S3; pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- wagon excellent condition. $504. -
, ultra modern 2 BR duplex TRAILER SPACE rubber foam bed pillows $1 ea. litter Spinet Piano. trade back Call FR 41950.195.SCENTURY. \t

apartments large living and FOR RENT Remington Roil a matic elec save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with BARKLEY SALE r
modern kitchen with BUICK. 2 tone. PS
dining area shaver S5. 376-2639. sound & motion pick
$20 MONTH up payments -
terrazzo & Brakes r 4 h, two new tires.Very .
j fan large storage closets. have
JLIt Newberry Trailer Park we a piano to fit '
floors tile baths. space heater REEL type Johnson lawn mower. decor. EARL'S PIANO clean. $275. Phone FR 67OQ. I I
Newberry. Fla. 1962 any CO.
Hotpoint automatic stave .
Jr and hot water heater. faclll dishwasher. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 376-0031. MOTORS"IN .
ties for washing machines. and ACCOMMODATIONS for homecoming Kenmore portable OLDSMOBILE
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th week-end. Air cond. apt. Call 372-1127. SPINET Pianos (new) beginning ai&i 1964 local HOLIDAY. THE AUTO GAMEBARKLEY'S .
Ter. call for appointment 372- with swimming pooL Fully turn beige $495. Rebui't mall Grand Piano. owner. fully equipped
or SIMMONS Hlde- -way bed including/ air cond.. 4000 '
New patio. Phone 376-7947. $650. Also another truck load of THE NAME" :
5321 or 372-5372. vinyl like new $75. 3510 N. W. actual miles need cash 63Buick
II 33rd PI. Phone FR 6-8943. those tine factory rebuilt pianos 3600. New car delivered money.price 2201 N. Main St.

III IIi 45 Furnished Apt*. 53 Offict-Desk Space EARLY AMERICAN sofa and fully guaranteed visit arrived today. $ ,400. Home phone FR 64908.. FR 2-4373
matching chair $70. Phone FR 6- We Invite you to us for all Bus. FR 6-2980. I Special. V.6 standard
"""" musical needs.
"" your
8711. LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE vw 1960 DELUXE with heater transmissksn solid
month. Pone 466-3448. 1105 W. University Ave. First Class. DANISH MODERN sofa bed and 112 SE 1st Street good ccndltlon. clean. $1000. blue.

EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th St. Office Space. Air cond.. elevator matching chair SIS. Brown. beige Phone FR 2-3477 VOLKMILLER
oft-street parking. Janitor SALE used console
FOR piano.
eXtra -
$45 per mo. Duplex for male and black stripe. walnut finish. $1795
( Univ. Ave. service available. Call FR 6-6406 Phone 376-0209. nice. We lust received another 1956 JEEP Station wagon 4 wheel
students lOlOVi W.
or FR 2-3419. load of good used upright pi- drive also 1951 pickup truck. Call
$90 per mOo Call McKINNEY ALLSTATE metal utility trailer. from Boston. Make jEN
TWO offices lust completed. first anos your selection J. L. Smith at FR 3661. Daytime -
GREEN REALTOR FR 23617. like new $100.Call now before they are sitgone. l or FR 2-138 night time.
class. 360 ft.
sq. to each office, I I
6-7465 Terms for til. GAINESVILLE
---r-- BEAUTIFUL apartment. large BR. S7S month each. Located FR t*
I MUSIC CENTER 1963 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon 4
1025 W.
35 Houses tor Sole 35 Houses for Sate huge kitchen a. dining rm. corn 2&1S N.W. 6th St.. Nationwide LARGE Sears portable dishwasher. Univ. Ave. 3725421. dr.. V-a. A.T. heater power \ '
bination bath & screened porch. Insurance. FR 4-2524.
excellent condition. $100. steering. tike new. a real deal at I5/) 62 Chevrolet
Water. elec. & swimming poo.
I FOR, SALE by owner. 4 BRT2 BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms drink. Phone FR 4-7648. Automotive $1895. Call 372-3251 after 6 P.M.. I .
furn. No pets or
bath central heat air conditioned 2 baths. large convent children 54 Business Rentals and all day Sat. & Sun. BROWNn!
Ing. Near Interstate 75. e w- 4-Dooej station
built In kitchen. dishwasher ent. See at 1617 NW 10th Ter. FOR SALE Kelvinator electric *in. wagon,* 9
berry Rd. $100 per mo. Phone refrig. like new. large freezer. FOR SALE ENGLISH FORD 195. 1030 E. Uniy. ,..u-
1 blk. from ClubHouse
disposal. SMALL business office located passenger power steering
or ,
space Scooters
372-2105jr 6-1146. $45. Call FR 2-7532 after 6 P.M. 83 Motorcycies first $150 will take. Call 372-9621.
). & pool. Membership in- NEWLarge In 1600 block West Univer. FR 2-3582 air conditioning radIo
cluded. 2911 NE 10th Dr. Phone ONE BR turn.. air conditionedapt. ally Ave. For more information and all day Sunday.
376-1021 after 5:30 P.M. or week. 2-story home in new restricted bedrooms for rent. Couples only. No phone FR 6-3012. Cleaners ALLSTATE CRUSEIRE. complete- '62 BUICK LeSabre. 4 door heater. solid white.
residential area. Has 4 children Phone 376-6859. Used Vacuum ty overhauled looks and runs
ends. or pets.
2 baths upstairs; living., 1421 SW 12th Ave. SMALL warehouse for rent. $15 and up. some like new. Call good. $100. Call FR 2-3223. sedan automatic transmission
BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 Uth CCB dining. kitchen. family room. DAN BYRD 376-7110 or see at 712 N. MainSt. power steering power brakes. 1964 1 $1895 :
house central heat & air cond. study & powder room down GARAGE APT. and 1 BR apt. for Kirby Sales ServiceD 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS radio heater. air conditioned. J .

extra Ig. living im. & dining stairs. Immediate occup a n c y. rent by the month centrally lo 3768268.FOR low miles. ..... ,.........$2395 '
Phone FR 2-8965 W. P. Ridge- cated. Phone FR 29244.IN merely brighten your car-
arta. Shallow well with pump & LEASE 10.000 sq. ft. store pets. Blue Lustre them. AIR CONDITIONING Tune up: if
sprinkler system. Only 3 blks. to way. WALDO. large bedroom and building. W. Univ. Ave. Price S800 eliminate rapid resolling. Rent Special, $2.50 for performance MELTON MOTORS .

el em. & |Ir. high schools. Price FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA complete kitchen and bath carport per mo. Call Hershall Haynes electric shampooer SI. McDaniell! test. All makes and models.of 701 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571 ,
$16,500 financing avail. For appti. approval you can have Imme- I private entrance. Phone FR 6-2641 or B. F. Mtzelt FR Furniture Co, Gainesville Shopping Chrysler built cars. Hawe FORD 62 Mercur ,
I to Inspect phone 376-6:85 or 3723333. diate possession and ownership of 468-nl4- 67SSLLARGE Center. Powers Motor Co.. Air Conditioning -
Bob Saunders 103S NE 22nd the best value' house for sale In term Servicing Center. 204 N.
Shop building. Long
Ave. NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th ROUND Maple dining tables with Main St.. Phone FR 22561. Station wagon full power !
46 Unfurnished Apts. two leafs and six captains' chairs.
conditioning. Paneled family room
Ave. FR 6-5568. including air conditioning
$135 will sell separately. Phone .
, CLEAN Joining living-dining area for ex
, ira spaciousness. Electric range NEAR CAMPUS 2 BR duplex FOR STORE & WAREHOUSE FR 6-6760. 85 Automobiles for SOrt CLEARANCE

Pour bedroom. 2 bath home In and dishwasher. Back yard completely apt. lease by year $90 per mo. space call John Merrill. Realtor. NEW 12 x 12 green rug and pad. $1895
choice N.W. location easy walk! enclosed by 10ft. hedge. Married couples only. Not suitable 372-1494. gas log. 23" TV. oil space heat PLYMOUTH 1955 good condition; 6 :
ing to Liniewood/ School. New Call 37 -6i47 for appf. to see at for children or pets er. 20" window fan. Phone FR $175. DODGE-DART J .
paint Inside and out. terrazzo 2213 NE 7th Ter. -" .
UNFURNISHED Duplex 61 Wanted to Buy Call FR 2-9792. TRUCKS
In and oven 376-6651'1
floor built range
pus 3019 SW 34th Way. 21" G. E. T. V. picture tube SALE I
central heat. beautifully wooded IMPALA convertible 1958 V-8 !
lit SE 1st Ave. 372-4343
.37 Real Estate Exchanged of 2 or 3 only. water
let and established lawn. 3708 WOULD LIKE TO BUY 12' wood ok. but something Is wrong (I floor shift new interior. Must '
N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con- H-A-V-E no 2-9903.kit. equipment. $45. fishing boat. suitable for small don't know what) $25. (This may sell this week sacrifice $395. FR 62 Buick E ESpecial

ttructlon CO. 372-8945 or 372-6624. lake. Phone 4621273.COINS be a great bargain) Call FR 26226.PONTIAC.
I Business Investment Property. BR conditioned duplex -
LOVELY air 25035.
. 150 Front ft. on busy street In with built-in kitchen. S9C mo. WANTEDAll Starchief, 1958 4 dr. Value Rated convertible, autj*
PARRISHPRESENTS NW. See it daily after 1 t'oM. at U.S. and foreign silver ENLARGER 35 mm 214 X 34. hardtop. P. B.. PS. auto. $525. i matic transmission
W-A-N-T 312 NW 19th Ave. dollars proof sets and 1955 $20. leica III lens; 16 mm B&H See & drive to appreciate. Call UsedCars I SHAW ) radio
Exchange for property anywherein half dollars. movie camera. Sell or trade for J. T. Glass. FR 2-4753. heater. :

city. Contact Wayne Mason. DISTINCTIVE 1 BR apt. suitable REBEL STAMP & COIN SHOP Nikon F lens. 3725056. I
VALIANT. 60. A.T.. & h, .
4 dr. li
TEW REALTY. FR 6-644) any. permanent single, faculty mem 809 W. University Ave. r B&G MOTOR CO. I $1595 !
black exterior. A
V-200 r J. white
tlm*. ber. Also furn. 1 BR apt. FR 6- SINGERAUTO iJ'KEETER :
Interior. Looks sharp.
appliances good me-
7'J92. CASH for your used Cadillac Oldsmobile' >> &
For Rent: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath. 41 Residential Income furniture. closing, etc. Call Williams ZIG ZAG cnanlcal condition. Call 372-5424. 2001 NW 13th St. I .

home In Northeast. Central heat 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Service Center. HawthorneRd. FORD 1954. runs good. $75. SIM- -

conditioning. Unfurnish ,.. 372-3937. RepossessedReal CA. 1959 almost "
and air 4 Bedroom 2 bath honr Also ad. attachments need- new engine
ed. (lamIng rental property. 200 ft. THREE bedroom. 2 oath house on RETIRED executive would like to Person nice. No with good credit take good tires. $375. $450 for both. '
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Silver Lake near Keystone. invest in small business. Writeto ed. balance 411 NW 15th St. anytime. MUST 62 V'wageii

For Rent: 2 Bedroom home .In NE Ave. Will sell together or sepa. 3762615.ONE P.O. Box 61, Keystone Heights. up pay.of $76.of $6 Write mo. Jimmy or pay Crosby SELL. TROPICALPONTIAC
Location. Living room. dining rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- Florida.
room and screen porch. Unfurn 4752. bedroom house for rent. 1 ml. Gen. Del. Gainesville. Bus- CHEVY Impala '64. New, Sunroof, rod I 0, heater,

ished. past Stengel Field on left sUe of Iness. mi $2600. Call FR- 238 W. white. .
road. For further Information 64 Household Goods 2,750 University
42 Forms & Acreage "GIVE-A-WAY PRICES"Refrigerators
Almost new 3 bedroom contact FR 61463.IMMACULATE 6-4405. I
COLDSPOT refrigerator. good $55 up; 17 cu. ft. 302 N.W. 8th "". $1295
t 2 bath. centrally home heated 80 ACRES 2 BR home NE condition. SAO. Call FR 2-1806 after freezer $50; like new apt. size MERCURY convertible 1960 power FR 2-2583 Phone FR 6-5371
I and alr-condltloned on South of Newberry and West of section. completely furn. large 5:00 P.M. gas stove $45; brand new sofa steering. brakes. windows &
lot In Wimberly
l large 100 x 200 play Near schools. Call I
area. bed & chair I5U5. seats. Large engine. A-I cond.
US 41. nicely with beautiful
r Estates. Built-in kitchen units. for appt. FR 2-9701 after 6 p.m. CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale. ANTENNAS Call 376-0096.
large trees. Partly cleared. week-ends. Phone 372-5002.
daily and anytime
LACK ACRES. Traditional 3 bedroom suitable for pasture or farm- Complete 30 ft. telescopic all channel '60 SUNBEAM Alpine. excellent
2 bath home with living Ing. Several lovely home sites. ALACHUA. Modern 2 BR. carport. 20 CU. FT. upright freezer S125 kit for $18.95. cond., one owner. many extras. '
room separate dining room. family Only $120 per acre. Half cash utility room. front and back or will exchange for refrig. in Econo kit $12 Priced right. Call FR 6-7824. 6ZSaab |
f room with fireplace lovely and' year terms. S. E. SAPP porch. $40 per mo. See Mr. J. good condition. Call 376-8737. Guaranteed cheapest prices. THE

I modern built In kitchen.: Central REALTOR. NEWBERRY. W. Phillips. Phone 4621703. CallWlLLlAMS / "
heat.MASON 3 BR furn. house. perfect for and Guaranteed Hawthorne Rd. /

40 Acres approx. 6 ml W of small family or mature sturents. 42 Refrigerators from S39 up 372-3937 SALES TOTALLY $850 I
MANOR. Neat 4 -
- Gainesville. Livable house $20.- Call 6-4323. 9 Ranges from S39 up
2 bath central 000. 17 Washers from S19 upS 1007 N. Main St.
heating and air conditionIng. from S49 had to repossess a 1964 mod- ..
Dryers up
Lovely fenced rear yard 14.2 acres NW 39th Ave. Beautiful 48 Homes for Rent Unfurn. 2 Food-Freezers from S99 up el swing needle, select-o-matic Phone FR 2.6313 NEW

makes Ideal play area for chil rolling land In country. 2 Dishwashers from S49 up zig-zag sewing machine. This Northcentral Florida C
dren. Convenient .to schools. 3BRTbatlTiiving rm., diningrm. 10 TV Sets from $35 up Machine fancy stitches buttonholes -
5 acres Nr new Hosp. suitable for ., kitchen. screened porch JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. hems. sews on buttons, appliques LargestIndependent '61
IMMEDIATE occupancy can be complex bldg.Rlnchettes. silo per mo. with lease. NE 10th 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 over casts darns. mends Dealer 1965 MERCURYNOW V'wagenConvertible
had on this pleasant 3 bedroom Ter. 376-6957. etc. Take over 7 remaining pay. ,

masonry home on nice. S. of town; price re ments of $6.50. Call Credit Ad-
for radio. heat
F Park. WalkIng 2 BR. screened porch. Ig. yard. DISCOUNTPRICES 372-7680. r.
lot In Florida duced. luster.
lease 9165. $110 monthly. Avail FOR THE CORRECT DJSPLAY!
to High
1 distance able now. Weseman Realty. 81] 14 Ft. boat. trailer and 35 HP / $995
" and J. J. Finley Schools. 430 acres. Nr West Gainesvillewith NW 20th St. FR 6-2472. motor. Small baby crib. also 5 TIME
275 acres hwy. frontage. HP Outboard motor. Call after SEE IT DRIVE IT /
t UNIVERSITY ACRES. New west- 3 BEDROOM house-2 blocks from
2:00 P.M. FR 4-4591.
side restricted subdivision of Univ. campus. $95 per month. We undersell everybody. FR 2-1411 .

acre lots. Paved streets. Inside MARY MOELLER, Call PR 6-8222 before 9 a.m. HENDRIX STOP CRANELINCOLN
lots S3950 corners $ 250. 0 u t-
REALTOR 4 ROOM house $34 per mo. Inquire FURNITURE CO. Courtesy Of '
side limits thus
city 809 SW 2nd Terr. Phone 374- NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. LOOK University ChevroletN. MERCURY 61 Corvair
1019 W. University Ave. 4827 before 9 PM.
FR 6-4471 1 yr. old Kenmore elec. range READThis Main St. at 16th Ave. 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN EVE.
TAXES.M.M. ALACHUA City limits. 2 BR electric excellent cond., $100. Walnut twin "700" 2 door
160 ACRES 3 BR home tobacco kitchen. 2 screened porches. bed frame. $5. End tables & Is a chance of a lifetime to coup

allotment. barn. tractor & equip.. carport. large yard. $70 per mo. lamps. 376-0368. buy top quality office machines. -" standard transmission radio
utility sheds and pasture. Only
Call 376-7925. heater.
with cabinet
kitchen sink
ONE dbl.
$36,000. $7200 down & bal. over Prices so low we don't dare quote
38Rlbath faucet & drain connections.Also .
f PARRISH 20 yrs. them in this ad 11
FORDYCE & ASSOCIATE5.INC- 530 NE tits St. $100 per mo. 1 Royal apt. size gas stove COME SEE. $995

REALTOR 1242 NE 6th Ave.. kitchen equipped. used 30 days. See at 1612 E. 250 pieces of office machinery .

I Associates Inc. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 $90 per mo. Univ. Ave. adding machines '
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham TOBACCO ALLOTMENT 1114 Ne 5th St.. $110 per ".0. West. upright freezer S65 check protectors. cash registers COME SAVE! /.r

? Carolyn Pooley Mary ParrlshIT Gilchrist County. 120 acre farm Call McKlnney Green R !i1ltors. 372- Range frig. 40" S<5 calculators file cabinets) ready .;.. .
NE First St. 3617. ,
Hotpoint refrig. 2 dr. S7S to gol
\tt mile highway frontage. 2 bed-
Tel. 372-3375 room home. tobacco barn and 1.8 CLEANtw0 bedroom house In 25" laundromat S49.50 / '60 Olds :?
acre tobacco allotment. Excellent country setting yet near town West. combo wash N dry S7S We have all makes and mode;:. l
J SWIMMINGPOOL terms. within sight of Med. Center. $75. Easy combo wash N dry S75 Whether it's electric or manual;

ANGLE REAL ESTATE Phone 376-6464. Antique Antique Wood Leather range Trunk S17.JO S30 rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. I The 1965.iweiw 4-Door, sedan p o w.e'r

Call us for detailsC. 4 BR, 2 bath CCB HOUSE FOR Wicker Desk & Chair SIS Sale steering, power brakes radio
L. Angle. Broker RENT. Highland Court Manor. I Antique Love seat S4S Grand Opening heater

0. J. Angle, Associate call 377-534 or 3722080. STARTS SEPTEMBER 28 '" r_ !. P' .. 4 ., __ l' I .. transmission., automatic
4404 NW 13th St. 376-6927 ;
NW 3 br 2 bath. $120.00 C. B. HICKS RADIO & APPLIANCESBEST S
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom Th bath % /
masonry home with 16' x 32 FARM for sale. 190 acres located NW 3 br. 1 bath. $100.00 C.B. OFFER TAKES antenna UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP.
SWIMMING POOL. Located In approximately 20 miles North of MARY MOELLER complete dbl. bed apt. gas stove Si F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. $1095 :
the NW section lust outside Gainesville on Santa Fe River. 30 gal. water heater elec. Ironer. 2727 NW 6th St.

the city limits. This Is an exceptional Over Vi mile river frontage. 50 REALTOR oil heater. 321 NE 3rd St. reel type .
acres cleared 140 acres wood
buy at HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS some mower and edger both need repair SENSIBLE .
ed. 2 acre tobacco allotment 1019 W. University
good shape. some not so good. so will sell for $15.00 ea. :
3 bedroom 2 house and tobacco barn. Ideal FR 6-<<11
PHONE 376.6819 Phone F3: 25229. '
home of Ocala block con for row crop farming. $100 per BR $100 Can ? Ford
t bath 3 house. per mo. tt 59. :
t located In the NW sec acre terms. fur DOWl ING'S UPHOLSTERY A I;
struction be seen at 1124 N. W. 3rd Ave. ASSORTED pieces of t A f
; tion. Special features Include For Information call FR 6-7870. nishlng to include 3 piece bed Chairs. low as S3. No money ,:. .,......d.... .?'" 1,.J. /'- ". t\ ;;$ ; J ..
down Florida room. 0 p a nbeam set. dbl. springs 4 f 0 a m down low as $.5 per month. :: / .* .- : oirlane 500 hardtop, *.
.Ie ceilings. central heating ALSO have 200 acres of high roll UNFURNISHED. redecorated 2 room rubber mattress, all excellent Free estimates pickup and delivery ---_....----..--...,_.",_____ N'1u.i& 'ir. "'''''''""" ,... ",1.M 044
and air conditioning range carpets ing land ideal for planting BR house elec. range. Immed- condition. Phone FR 2-0908. service. All work guaran- tomatic transmission POW

drapes. garbage disposal pines. Adloins Olena State Park. iate occupancy. Can see Sun. teed. Phone 3767786. er steering. power brokei,.
$100 per acre terms. Contact 2-4:30 P.M. or call 372-2788. COFFEE tables. reupholstered liv.
Beautiful lawn 'WWVyy
and dishwasher.ONLY $25.300. John R. Dykes. Reg. RE Broker. room suites. bedroom suites. G.E UPRIGHT PIANO for sale $85. I YTY yyyr yyy yyv radio, heater, extra sharp,

and shrubs. Rt. 2 Box 122C3. Cltra. Fla. or FORDYCE & ASSC. refrig.. glider antique furnitureand good condition.
bedroom. IVi bath. call 639-5719 Oeala. We have several nice homes for bric-a-brac. Nearly Nu Furniture Phone FR 6-9058 or $995
LOVELY 3 rent. Please call Fordyce and
318 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-
home located FR 68085.
split masonry Assc. 376-1236 for further Infor.
In the NW section lust 43 Colored Property mation. 489?. SPECTACULARSARE .
Inside the city limits. ONLY TV's Largest selection In the --

'1 ,2S0 With $700 DOWN. HOMES FOR SALE THREE bedroom house with stove 66 Misc .For Sale. area; l9-$80-17-23 Inch trade In
and refrigerator furnished. Avail allow. Financing & discounts on
2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & I
frame t bedroom able last of Sept. 1311 N.E.. 14th cash sale: KIRKLAND T-V Haw-
2 story

HUGE home at with 214 2 NE sleeping 5th Avenue.porches located 7th monthly Ave. payments Small down$.57 payment.to $65. Ter.man Realty.SU5 mo.FR 6-2472.on lease. Wese- SINGERSLANTOMATIC thorne Drive-ln.Rd.FR across 2-5047. from Gaines-' ; :ld.l44d A AlA AAA ALA AkA 60 Ramble

Als homes built on your lot
ONLY 116,000 with $1,200 DOWN. with no down payment. 819 N.W. ism Ave. Three bedroom GE push button elec. range 4 4 I Door, station vvogpw,

FR 2-4125. house $85 per mo. Call FR 2- burner. timer. Ig. oven 2 yrs. HERE AT Classic, standard transrrvs-;
7 mo. old. does everything
9492 or FR 65097. old; cost $289. Sacrifice at $109. *
JOHN NICE. freshly painted home with out Itt'S. Makes buttonholes GE clothes dryer. good cond. ion. heater. :

the' Jonesville Settlement. 2 bed sews on buttons, blind $49. FR 2-5047. RIDGWAY
rooms. $150 closing cost balanceeasy / I 49 Rooms For Rent hems etc. Pay bal. of S128 or MOTOR CO. $795

MERRILL payments. Call 376-1320 dayor take up pay. of S7 per mo. SERVICE EQU I P M E N T (tire
night. Bruce Builders. I NICE ROOMS. close in, central Don't call write Jimmy Crosby changer power grease gun, floor :

REALTORMULTIPLE heat. off street parking. Refrlg. Gen. Del.. Gainesville. Bus- lack air compressor pressure
TWO bedroom house with bath. Located
available. 531 SE 2nd PI. Phone Iness. tow
electric grinder.
PHONE FR LISTING 2-1494 $150 closing In I New cost Gainesville low monthly Arm: i 372-2582. ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw washer.bar, nut a. bolt bin. elec. cold RAMBLER! AMERICAN

ASSOCIATESMARCELLA payments. Available Immediately. NICE room in nice quiet hometo for sale. Call FR 6-2027. drink box with water cooler). '60

PARDIW.H.8UCKHANNAN BRUCE BUILDERS- 1250 NW 45 I mature student or business I SEWING MACHINE 1619 Hawthorne Rd. 3125285. // Eng. Ford

Ave.. FR 6-1820. person. Phone FR 66046. I Singer Zig Zag. Used like new

condition with Instructions and 67 Trading Posts Lively New 4.Door. sedcl. I
guarantee. S64.10 Balance. Dealer. _

372-7680. HELPI HELPI THE STUDENTS --i-- % CampactEconomy $295 :
love to trade a gas stove for a King .
new clAsses t A.M. Mcond refrigerator. Phone 372- -

til S P.M. Closed Thursday. 4028. Has SpectacularNew
2145 E. Univ. FR 6-5568

BOB WHITE QUAIL 70 Boats-Marina Equip. Zing for '65! '58 Renault*

And Business Dressed QuaiL 11.25 each.

462-1931 Alachua. Florida. 5 H.P. Johnson. excellent condition;
$85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP 4-Door radio i heqtec

REPOSSESSED Singer Round port.twb-Zig Johnson or Evinrude. Phone 316- .. .... ...-... ... clean. a
Zag and attachments. 913315'10' ----- --- --- ----- ----
In. sews forward and reverse over :
BulldozingSMALL Upholstery pins and needles. S6 per mo. balance Sportscratt boat fc Johnson $395

bulldOzer. loader dump S36. Mikelfs Sewing Machine 25 tip. motor. Original price I RAMBLER CLASSIC V-8 6
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your furniture at Service. 815 W. Univ Ave. 3781355. $2,000 will sacrifice for $200. or .

soil. Phone 377-T84& reasonable prices. Call Sally. Phone 376-7882.

Experienced. FR 6-9888. 4248 1964 17 FT. Owens fibergliss boat i -
Furnhiw. N.W. 13th 1cr.Remodeling. CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew with and side &
Broker complete top
Mortgage and Used S60 All NewIntermediate '
rear curtains. 85 HP Mercury motor Chevrolet
Complete line of photo supplies
and Murray trailer. Many
5V) per cent Interest. Terms to 619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 extras Same as new ran .
25 hrs. Will sacrifice. Call 4-5311 -=-- 4.Door station wog4
BUY years.- BUILD REFINANCECall DO YOU NEED. Florida room. ex. T-V antennas. S3 single' stack. S7 ext. 320 evenings ext. 348 days. Spectacular Stylingand V-8 automatic transits ,
Ira room more room. roof work. double stack S13.00 complete kit. ,
419 NW ith Ave. SCUBBA GEAR. new tank and Performance slon. -
maybe a complete new home? Jim VOyles. ,
Don Byrd Ph. 3763875FHA For a free estimate. & guaranteed regulator pressure gage. $100.
stainless steel.
BOAT. ir SenibleRambfer
Call Ronnie at 964-1482 or 964-3661
work. Carl C. :
and conventional at lowest phone Cameria Yashica-Mat LM S60 $495
current rates. Terms to 15 Waters. 312sG49.EXPERIENCED. w
years. WUI gladly discuss at no CARPENTERPaint Both like new. Call 372-5448. .
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. 72 Office Equipment
W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor and repair |lobs performed by WE WANT TO buy late model used .-
Auto Glass 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-S494 carpenter who loves his trade. refrigerators. Exceptionally High -
t CALL FR 6-4907 trade-ins now given. STOP

1) AUTO LASS Uness. our only tMlSj. FRED B. ARNOLD WILSON'S EXCHANGE 59 Buick4Door |
Immediate Installation* REALTOR Paper Hanging Painting 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-4479. LOOK
tree pickup & delivery. Add FHA AlD CONVENTIONAL Tile of All Kinds Linoleum ALMOST NEW Mark chain saw RAMBLER
p beauty>> it value to your car. LOANS Dry Wall Work for sale. Call FR a2027.REPOSSESSED READThis or sedan, rqdi .
CO. 121? W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 C. GREEN
Is a chance of a lifetime to heater automatic tronj.mission. .

aP N.W_

Auto Equipment REALTORS Roofing bunonnoles. does all without fancy stitches attachments.and Prices so low we don't dare quote
$795 :
926 W. Univ. 37123_
Reliable party to assume only them in this ad!! Sensible

rlV&RAULIC"JACKS rebuilta.exchanged c. 6 payments of $3.20 each. Mik-
; Repair kits for PlumbingSEWER ells/ Sewing Machine Service. 250 pieces of office machinery .
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized ContractorFor 815 W. Univ. Ave. 37S-I355. (typewriters. adding machines. Handling EaseSpectacular -
Walker Hydraulic JacS all your roofing needs and repairs check protectors" cash registers _
Service Agent. HUIL BRAKE INSTALLED can us anytime.FR FOR SALE 14 Wolverine boat calculators file cabinets) readyto
SUPPLY 1314 S. NEW & used fixture, complete 4-7745 with factory, built trailer and go.
plumbing service "BIG" JIM spare tire and 40 HP electric
Main; FR .
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb- CAMP LUMBER CO. starter. Evinrude motor. Equipped We have aB makes end models. 7 _

Ing. FR 71589.HOME IF you have any type of roofing with new battery fire extinguisher Whether Its electric or manual; Big Look
Advertising trouble. call FR 2-8491. and life preserver.All rebuilt or new. WE HAVE IT. MELTONMOTORS
REPAIRS In excellent condition S450.
BOOKMATCH ADVERTISING For further information phone Grand Opening Sale i
Sewing Machine Repairs
Call Hank Bladitock John (Slim) Goolsby

dressed. Phone 481-2674.
Service REPAIRS I PAINTING Ave. 378-1355. We repair all -
LET'S TRADE 2727 NW 6m St.
20 yrs. _Makes. Worn tully guaranteed. your tired air conditioner for a
Phone 376-0191
FSEDBARNOLDR rebuilt washer freezer refrigerator 73 Musical Merchants
EALTORREAL TELEVISION or dishwasher. Motor


.Hl_. W_UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 272-1522 PICTURE TUBE Repair SpeciaL SIper FR 6-0267 :::1n:191xcellent! I RIDGWAY i 703 N. MAINFR
v. inch _shape. $75.
ADVERTISE IN THE I plus S10 to install most BLACK-DECKER 6"'i* Inch electric

Garage Doors tubes. 1 Year Wane/try. Special saw good condition. $40. Phon BLOND Spinet piano exceIier. Co
Reconditioned TVs from S9.9S. condition $525. Phone FR 1-2078. '
FR 2- 420 or FR 2-4379. .6-7571
GARAG.OOOR SPECiALISTr SERVICE DIRECTORY / S.E. 1st Ave. GOOD clean GE Fllterflow Deo BUESCHER alto saxophone good 2-1433.-
Installation & epa 'door troubles? Can R. 0.'I ; t 4 Technician's ,with M years. .. h/xe washer. Call FR 1-2434 after .condition. }pearly new case S50. j .

Cobb 372-1003. 37M NW Utt Ave ? ;: -'c-- ; pertence en all makes. ,, soop.i.s. Phone 376-7254 I

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Creamy SAUSAGES Whipped 67 C 3 rEE e ErEtitter mst

: FOR ONE Refreshing Salad Potatoes Spring 'Try' Rustproof

DAY ONLY! Hot Roll and Butter Chip Proof '
Coffee or Barbequed
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Second Cup of Coffee or
POCKET-SIZE Iced Tea Is Always Free ;: -J-. PORK a)
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3-TRANSISTOR Lunch 11:30 a.m.to 2:05 p.m. I Lunch&Dinner Specials SANDWICHES for
Dinner 4:30 p.m.to 8:05 p.m. | Served Every Day xZ .ct I

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(Carved to Order) feimpfify household
No. D3303 Job"* with; re
frigerator boxes, mixing bowl$eh, ''
".!"LIMITED SUPPLY r l I basins, baskets: jars, pails crispers .
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Gentle .
Home Permanent List $2
$5950 )
Backward&Forward 6.7
CRIBSingle HAIR SPRAY List 99c
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s.raa* I DEODORANT List $1
$1.00 VALUES! Solid EndsCRIB
DISCOUNT PRICE ._. f .No zig-zag Attachment, .to embroider Buy to Do tfco.FoUovtn scallop* REMEMBER; We Discount Every Item Every Day

,f .stitches- st eardmo. etitcheSEE NOW OPEN SUNDAYSOPEN
MATTRESS ITTODAY stitches stitchesblind MWI
!!! straight stitches .w rick-rocks, forward pphgeu NIGHTS 'TIL( 9 P.M.
stitches darns mends reverse
LIGGETT DRUG We Reserve The Right To Limit QuantitiesSUPER

GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 815 W. UNIV. AYE. 378-1355 9 West University Downtown

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LIQUORS Armour Verlayi&eii
Put New Color in Your Rose Garden
HAIG & HAIG 5 Star $4.995TH :) Double Bed
With Armour Vertagreen Rose Food Single Control
Convenient 10-lb. self-sealing, sift-proof box Machine Washable 5895
Haltingly & Moore $3.39 FULL Nylon 2 Binding YEAR
y. now only $129Wffl&H GUARANTEE

Close-out On Electric Fans
II PAD & COVER SET Reg. $6.95.. FANS Reg $19.94..

CALVERT GIN $2.995TH HEAVY DUTY Silicone Aluminum Cover $4.95 $16.95
Cotton Waffle Pad with POLY-FOAM Backing 20-INCH WINDOW FAN

REG.$1 49 2 Speed $*i195 .
PRICES GOODTOMORROW 1.99 Thermostat Control jjL flL
SOMenUNG 0 Silicone Gives Even Heat To Both Sides of Article- Regular $29.95CHILDREN'S. .


1zn The Kilgore Seed Companj Regular $19.95 $1695

Dirision of Asgrow Seed Company Only 1 to a Customer
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