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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 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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t President Johnson drops in a visit with Sen. Edward Amendment Doesn't CLIFF CORMIER _

I M. Kennedy, D-Mass., recuperating from a broken ,Sun Education Writer
( back at New England Baptist Hospital, Boston, shortly
II after midnight Monday. The youngest brother of the The School Board is expectedto

!t. late president suffered a broken back in a plane crash Err Court Rules r ask the General Services
i last June. Campaign stories on Page 8.i dw err Administration tomorrow to
turn over the old Post Office

TALLAHASSEE AP Florida's building to' be converted intoa
( ) reapportionment
constitutional amendment solidifying the state's 43senator temporary campus for a jun-

i Report Given 112-representative Legislature will be on the Nov. 3 ior college.
general election ballot after all. School Supt.E. .

The Florida Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling tA. D. Manning
that the amendment was not : .r Jr. said late a I

obviously defective and there Monday he will :, i

was no reason to keep it It IF a' recommendthat "
Top Priority Adams Has'Plan I .. the board ;
\ R
from being submitted to'a state- ." .
11\ wide vote. ., \Jt adopt a resolution s.
asking for :.b
to "It is our view," the Supreme
HelpEducation "
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate Republican Leader the building ata
Court
wrote Monday, "That .it
Everett M. Dirksen today backed Democratic Leader has not been demonstrated in ( //4. special meet- ,

; Mike Mansfield's proposal to give legislation on presidential this record that the proposal is : ing Wednesdayat I
!t.. security top priority when Congress reconvenes inII and defective 4 pjn. Manning
| January. so clearly conclusively : Manning said members of his
LAKELAND (APSecretaryof ) as to justify the intervention staff had surveyed the build- :
Dirksen said In an interviewthat :I
State Tom Adams has of this court.
proposed ing found it suited
Bird's action in the and ideally
Lady quick waning statewide classification of The opinion carried the signa- for
days of this session ... housing all the county's post- ,
on a single all schools and state tuition to tures of Justices B. K. Roberts, H ''..... high school educational programs -
bill to make it federal crimeto ".
1 assassinate a deserving students in private Campbell Thornall, Mill a r d JT''...' including a junior cob I.
a president
ItineraryOutlined vice president "might mean or schools as means of improving Caldwell, and Frank Hobson, lege. t
we '
/ would have to do our work all education in Florida. Chief Justice E. Harris Drew "My staff, found the building

over again" next "It seems no more than jus- and Justice Stephen O'Connell in reasonably good shape. Witha
year. tified," said Adams in a speech agreed specially and added their :1: < minimum of alteration we be-
A White House committee .. ,
on ,, -
lieve it could be converted
'; before the Presidents Council of own opinion. 111II jJO.n 'R < to
WASHINGTON (APPresi- presidential safety set up Independent Colleges and Uni- Justice Harold Sebring dissented house 300 to 400 students,"
Nixons for GoldwaterJulie
Monday to consider the broad
dent Johnson will his wife Manning said.
see versities Monday," to assist a saying the opinion did
recommendations
aboard the whistle stopping Commission of the Warren citizen who, while supporting not agree with the equal protec- He said the temporary arrangement

"Lady Bird Special" train whenit started plans to get public education through his tax tion clause of the 14th Amend. Nixon, 16, left, and sister Tricia, 18, daughters would be adequatefor

leaves next Tuesday on its 31- als for soon congressional on drafting propos-action payments, also relieves the bur- ment to the U. S. Constitution.In of former Vice President and Mrs. Richard M. at least two years whilea

stop, 8-state Southern campaign early in the new session.. den on public education by send- ,January 1963, the Legislature Nixon, pose in New York as honorary chairmen ofa ); permanent campus is being #'
swing. ing his people to a priv- reapportioned itself and in- statewide New Yorkers for Goldwater and Miller built.
young
In its report the commissionsaid ate institution." cluded a clause that apparentlySee organization.. They report for campaign chores when A committee is presently making -
f The train is scheduled to pull there 'were :deficiencies in BALLOT -- a survey on the needs for :
( on Page 2)) ., studiesjiermit. .
out of Union Station here at Secret Service' preparedness Adams .said"he proposed the "- '9f "'t'.r.. ; a community junior cbnegeand'vocational !

7:45 ajn. EDT. But Mrs. Johnson President John F. Kennedy's grant go to the student rather 1 school! :here.-.-U the s

i won't get on until it makesits visit to Dallas. The commission than to any priviate institution Warns Red Pressure Could State Department of Education t J

first stop, across the Potomac called for "complete overhaul"of because that would carry the approves the survey, Alachua'i
River at Alexandria, Va. the service's advance detec- threat of state control over priv- legislators will request author-
tion practices and closer liaison ate schools. ity to establish the school in
i The White House announcingthe with the FBI and other agen- "The influential voice of priv- the next legislature which meetsin
itinerary Monday, said the cies.Mansfield ate education-a voice free from Expand S. Viet Nam War April.

President would escort his wife said that new secu- political domination-is just as Under federal laws, old build-

to Alexandria. for a send-off rity measures should be "one of necessary as the Constitutionitself II Ings and unused land may be
TOKYO (AP) A top State the new Communist tactics of protest the killing of three riot-
there the first orders of business" in the preservation of the sold to local agencies if the intended -
Department official warned the 'wars of national liberation' ers Sunday in Qui Nhon, 270
Mrs. Johnson will travel when Congress reconvenes. American way of life," he said. use of the property is
miles northeast of the
the Communists will capital.
North Vietnamese and Chinese then use
North and Mansfield called Sunday for The state tuition he proposed for educational purposes.
through Virginia, with Government shot the
Communists today against in- this technique growing troops
South Carolina, Georgia, Flor- consideration by Congress of would be taken from tax funds elsewhere in Asia three demonstrators and wounded Under this provision the City t
,
creasing their on South frequency
pressure
new before of Gainesville and the I
security measures County
ida, Alabama, .Mississippi and adjournment.. and given to deserving studentsin Viet Nam. He said they may Africa and Latin America," he 17 others to end a week of Commission sought to obtain 1
Louisiana on the, Oct. 6-9 trip. private schools. mob control in which
force the United States to expand declared. youths t
But he told the Post Office for
reporters Mondayit use as a
Mrs. Johnson has added some This, he said would provide took the Qui Nhon radio
the war outside South Viet Communist China in turn over
is "perhaps too late" to act on cultural and fine arts center. l
local sight-seeing trips, includ- needed funds to support private Nam. warned the United States it will station and seized the provincialchief.
any measures at this session However, the GSA denied this r
ing an early-morning 'carriageride and broad legislative action to education while saving tax: mon- William P. Bundy, assistant "pay dearly" if it ventures The ,rioters apparently request.

through the harborfront strengthen governmental ey by reducing the demand for secretary.of state for Far Eastern across the frontier ,into North staged the revolt to protest the The new Federal Building, 1
agen-
section of Charleston, S.C., and cies should be put off until the more classrooms in the state affairs, told the Research Viet Nam. continued presence in office of which will house the Post Office
visits to the University of North White House committee reports. university system.He Institute of Japan: "The Chinese government and members of the former Ngo and other federal agenciesnow
and said the state already Dinh Diem regime.U.S. I'
Greensboro Johnson
the
Carolina at people again ,warn
Several bills to make it a "Expansion of the war outside in the old building on 101
Florida State University at Tal- spends more than $1,000 per administration to stop immediately Army officers in central
federal crime to kill a presidentor South Viet Nam, while not a SE 2nd Place, is expected to
will discuss student for university rash with Viet Nam were critical of the
hallassee, where she per year the playing
vice president are pending course we want or seek, couldbe be ready for occupancy by the
the and the cost rise radio. "If it UJS. role in the ending of the
"Educational Challenges in before the Senate Judiciary training; might forced upon us by the in- fire, said Peking middle of October.See .
$300'within the next two still to out enlargement rebellion of some'2,000 mountain r
South. by plans carry
Committee
which meets today. creased external pressures of ( COLLEGE on Page 2))
the local state The committee years. the of its war' adventure, it tribesmen the United States had 1
AU along way may act on Communists including a '
Democratic leaders have been another bill introduced by "At least a portion of this rising scale of infiltration." will pay dearly for this dangerous trained,to fight the Viet Cong. Hilda Moves
The officers said the ,
amount should be available for adventure. programto
ride the train through Mansfield and Dirksen to
invited to -
Bundy did not how the
say
in utilize the tribesmen in the
and police Saigon
provide Secret Service protec-, students who wish to attend Troops
their state. war might be extended. But a
The train will travel through (See WARREN on Page 2)) private" colleges and 'universities high American source.said ear- students prepared and for new religious trouble sects as war have against been jeopardized the Viet Cong by Amer-may Across CubaMIAMI
he said. "Such a plan
Virginia and parts of North lier in Tokyo that the United
substantial threatened demonstrations to (See VIET NAM on Page 2))
Carolina ,the first day, Oct. 6. Nuclear Test could save the state States has considered the possi- (AP) The U. S.
The last day, Friday, Oct. 9, amounts of money in meetingFlorida's bility of bombing infiltration Weather Bureau said today a

it leaves Tallahassee at 5:40 Set Up Again total"higher education bases in North Viet Nam and Born After disturbance crossing Cuba Is developing .

a.m. EST for Crestview, Milton requirements. neighboring Laos. Quadruplets into tropical storm .
,and Pensacola, Mobile, Ala., Biloxi i- HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) The school classification sys- "We do not aim at overthrowing -
strength.
Miss., and the last stop The Atomic Energy Commission tem he proposed would eliminate the Communist regime of She Took Fel-tility'DrufJ Weather men at Miami gave I.
New Orleans. twice set back by ad- competition between institutionsand North Viet Nam but rather at .. ; the storm a name-Hilda-and
verse weather and once by tech- permit greater coordinationin inducing it to call off the war it EST ad-
nical difficulties hoped to developing specialized programs directs and supports in South NEW YORK (AP) The women to whom the drug:Per- put out an 11 Hilda's ajn. ( location)
and institutes "while mother of born here gonal, was administered at the visory fixing
trigger a nuclear test blast 2,700 permitting Viet Nam, Bundy said. quadruplets latitude 21.8 north longi-
,
'We'll Pay,9Says feet deep in the Tatum salt private education to He warned if South Viet Nam last year had been treated with center's fertility,clinic. near tude 84.5 Cuba's
dome near here Wednesday.The maintain its independence." falls under Red control, the rest an experimental fertility drug Last Oct. 23, Mrs. Brecker west or over
western
CastroHAVANA AEC and Defense Depart- The classification system of Southeast Asia would face after six childless years of mar- gave birth to three girls and a The tip. west
storm moving
ment project is part of a seriesof would extend from kindergartento similar danger and eventuallyIndia riage, it :was.disclosed today. boy-Lisa, Jodi, Allison and ward at 12 miles was per hour and

AP-Fidel Castro underground nuclear detec- graduate school. Australia and Japan A spokesman for the Colum John. packing top winds of 40 m.p.h. I
( tion studies. The shot will be "After all," he said, bur purpose could be swallowed up. bia-Presbyterian Medical Center Of the 21 patients, 15 became in squalls just north of its cen
,
says the Cuban government fired from a suspended mechan- in building public univer- "If Hanoi and Peking prevailin said that Mrs. Martin Brecker pregnant and of the others who

which owes an estimated $2.5 ism in a circular cavern. (See ADAMS on "Page 2)) Viet Nam in this key test of of Queens was among 21 have given birth so far. three ter.Forecasters predicted Hilda
billion, "will make any sacrifice had single babies and three had
before failing to pay a single twins, the hospital said. would grow slowly stronger today
cent. and tonight while moving
"If we ask the people if they The spokesman said that other west-northwest at the same rate*

prefer a hard year and pay our The Nude Look Is a Rude Look. American medical researchers of speed.

debts, or fail to pay, we know using the drug, which con- Small craft were cautioned to
the people prefer to pay," he tains human hormones, also stay in safe harbor around western

told a crowd in Havana's Revolutionary Waitresses Surveyed for Courtesy Bar Boys Win Out report a high incidence of twins. Cuba and the northern portion J
Square Monday night. ; Swedish scientists, also using it, of Yucatan,. a Mexican .

Castro blamed the sharp dropin LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) "The fewer clothes a cocktail waitThe group identified no persons, hotels or casinos. report many multiple births, province in Hilda's path.

world sugar prices for the ress wears, the more discourteous she becomes," says the Em"Good waitresses," says Fahey, "take more pride in their including one set' of stillborn Small craft warnings were

lack of foreign exchange which erie Fahey courtesy curve a new natural law that may someday ability to do the job itself than do cocktail waitresses.*' He and septuplets. hoisted in the lower Florida

has forced Cuba to curtail im take its place alongside Parkinson's,law and the law of gravity.. Emerie agreed that the cocktail waitress ranks lowest on the. The drug was discovered in Keys.

ports. "Courtesy increases the lower one looks on the employment courtesy scale. Italy. Cutter Laboratories of ,II
"We have a fixed price for scale." "The nicest cocktail girls are those who wear dresses as Berkeley, Calif., holds the U.S. .' .

sugar sold, to the Soviet Union These are a few conclusions of the 10 men and women who uniforms: the worst are those who are almost naked," says patent and was quoted as sayingan WHERETO :i

but the increases and declinesof prowled Las Vegas hotels and casinos, grinning at cocktail Fahey, a social psychologist by background. application is pending before ,.}.r1
the sugar price affect us in waitresses, ordering food they didn't' want, feigning ignorance "If a man wants gracious treatment from a cocktail'waitress, the UJS. Food and Drug Admin- .<

,obtaining.dollars," he said. blackjack; tables and asking change girls to help find lost he should place his: order soberly, without, looking at her or istration for permission to FIND IT .t
The world sugar price has nickels, shniling" says Emerie motivational researcher. market it. '

dropped from 13 cents to less The 10 are members of Creative Research Associates, a fledThe researchers found only one change r girl would help them J The Columbia-Presbyterian' .' Comics . . '7.tfrr
than 4 cents within a year. gling organization tapped by the ''Las Vegas: Chamber of Comfind a lost nickel "a high percentage" of rude dealers who spokesman said that the research Classified 12.15
The imperialists have been find tourist" at their tables and here has been extremely Entertainment 12.. .,
to what
merce out percentage of the 15,000 tourist industry were upset by having a "stupid '
singing'' victory over, the fall of employes are courteous. abandoned one place after finding only one person who could careful because the drug can be Obituaries . 2 k";' .
1 the sugar price, and said we the test the bar dangerous. Up to now, the drug Opinion Page . 4:f. ,
directors Al
Research Emerie, 37, and Robert Fahey, 35, said pass courtesy boy.
r Sports . 9, 10 .
are not going to pay, but they ,has been administered only athospitals '_ .,
only 100 of 2,000.employes tested passed the minimum requireEmerie and Fahey caution that their findings are general r
Women's . 6
are wrong, we are going to pay ment for courtesy. That's 5 per cent with plenty of exceptions in every category. under strict supervi-
(our debts)," he declared.: sion. 1

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___. .........._ ..6. .__ .. .__.__ ZONES men's Association Alachua County will hold Sports-its NORM LaCOE Murphy is director: 'of: 'the ->ig boom came once and passed -

A CloUdy to partly cloudy and '. I September meeting_ at 8 o' Sun Staff WriterA North Florida civil, defensearea .-to-Japan) an4 that we precipitated '-

mild showers through and thunder Wednesday.showers.Scattered Low to- I ; clock this evening in the.municipal North Florida civil defense *. It."
night' 70 to 75, high Wednesday'mid- ... the official said Monday that this "We_shy-away from thinking: V Basically,,he said, there are
; courtroom at Gaines-
Variable
SOs. mostly east I to U S
J22 mile winds. S .. \ \ ville Police Station. nation must recognize that the of the day of, the big b om1; two..real,'questions which recur

B C E F H 'I Partly \ Members and visitors will see i threat of nuclear war is real Murphy a1d..'.Bulthe day'v.of.; about t: ,the. danger of nuclearwar.

cloudy through Wednesday J5 l n. \.... the first public showing of a and, present, and begin to prepare the !big boomjs quite possible. .. .-

with brief local showers mainly ... new I underwater movie entitled for survival. Some,people':thinkJt isprobable. .."The first question is, are we

k! in afternoon. Low tonight sNI1r\ I : "Big John Bass". The picturewas Walter Murphy, speaking, to Some',pepple think -it quite, ; really threatened?" t t-

; in 70s, high Wednesday 86 to : \ filmed in color at one of the Gainesville Exchange Club, certain.- : "jV the land of our potential

L 4Ri4 90. Southeasterly 10 to 20 IU\\ !- Florida's well known springs, said Americans must stop closing Although Americans are op: enemies now there are 500 or
mile winds. : their how timists and don't like to act intercontinental ballistic
:,- and features "Big John" the eyes, thinking on more
D G,-brief Partly showers.cloudy Low through tonight Wednesday mid- ,',,,, J "talking bass." The programwill nice it would be to live in' a pessimistic: expectations, Mur- missiles, .poised on launching

70s, high Wednesday IS to .O. Southeasterly t". start and world in which there wis. no phy said, "we are reminded by pads, aimed at the United

It Partly to 20 cloudy mile winds.J through. Wednesday especially early, invited youngstersare to at threat of war. our enemies that the day of the' States. Also there are a grow-

with some local showers. Low tog number of submarines
tonight 76 to 10. high Wednesday U tend.
to 88. Southeasterly 15 to 20 mile which are maneuvering constantly
winds. SUN ALMANAC According to president Lee I to be able to get into V
K See latest advisory Tropical Pankratz the As-
ij Storm Hilda. 'Partly I cloudy with rather Sportsmen's I I position for an attack.
Sunset today ... ..... .., 6:17 p.m. I SEE
frequent showers through Wednesday. ....eo....... sociation will present a special by
Low tonight 80 high midSunrIse tomorrow <:22 a m.Moonrlse "Just as this nation has airplanes -
Wednesday
4&; $0,. Southeasterly 15 to 25 mile winds tomorrow ........ 1:02 am. events day next month which
; higher In showers. Small craft wernNew Moon .................... Oct. 5 will include a Kid's Fishing Rodeo in the air all the time,
ings displayed In lower Keys. prepared to carry out an attack -
PROMINENT STAR barbecue and
rLt-r TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Regutus rises i........... 3.49 ..m. a' supper so does our potential en-
H L Prep. presentation of the A 1 achua the SUN
Jacksonville 81 75 VISIBLE PLANETS emy.
:: (AP Wirephoto to the Sun) Miami U 78 Saturn In southeast .,..... 7:33 p.m. County Conservation Awards "If this is not a threat, thenI
'Tampa II 76 Jupiter rises .............. >.05 p.m. for 1964. ,' "

Shooting at Hospital Atlanta New Orleans '. 17 15. 71 a Mars Venus will above. above Regulus.Venus. Pankratz also said that applications -IIPOLICE, FIRE REPORT Ave.,.at 3:45: p.m. Monday at II'I The don't second know what question one, is.Murphy -

Boston 60 4S r for the Citrus Gun Hunt Accident Roundup. NE 8th Ave. and 15th St.
New York 57.,, 50, .77 MARINE FORECAST said, is whether there is
:: Rosemarie Valdez, 22, above hides her face from WashingtonChicago .,n 50 .31 EAST GULF: Mostly,east,and south. and the Camp Blanding'Dove Involved in accidents reported Charles J. Butler 11 Fraternity adequate protection against an

photographers late last_night in Ogden, Utah,. after Kansas City $7.54 44 52 east nesday.wnds Few 10 local to 20 showers.knots through Wed Shoot will be available at to by the Gainesville Police Department Row and Esther C. J ntau, attack to insure survival.

Rhe Denver $1 '43' night's meeting, along with the and the Alachua 2145 NW 10th St., at 11:03: a.m.
the with which
she surrendered to police pistol Ft. Worth 67 55 CEDAR KEY TIDES "The answer Is in part yes.
held them back for four hours. Miss Valdez: Los Angeles 76 56 Wednesday" High at 8.11 a.m. and .1964 hunting regulations b ookets. County Sheriff's Office duringthe Monday at W. University, Ave. We certainly would suffer
Seattle 56 54 11:18 p.m. LOw at 2:38a.m. and 4ieMore
former medical records technician trainee at St. Application deadline for past 24 hours were: and 15th St.Virginia Many millions would be killed80

Benedict's Hospital in Ogden, :would not let anyone I the Camp Blanding Dove Shootis Sandra M. Cooper, 830 NW F. Goodwin, 306 NW to 150 million-if we choose

approach Diane Cafarelli, right who had been shot AboutWarren More AboutAdams October 1. 16th Ave. and Daniel F. Cren- 26th Ter.. and Harry R. Grusse- not to prepare, and so far that

and wounded ear1i The drama was enacted under The meeting is public and all shaw, Rt. 3, at 9:05: p.m. Mon meyer, 1416 NW 34th St., at 8:10 has been our course.",
Miss Cafa interested persons are Invitedto day at NW 16th Ave. and 9th a.m. Monday. .
floodlights in the hospital's spacious yard. 'V Preparation, he said, means
relli suffered a flesh wound. Miss Valdez was detained -- : attend. St.Lonnie David H. Levine, Miami, at having workable communications -

at the hospital and a mental illness warrent I P. Mick, Rt. 4 and a 6 p.m. Monday at State Roads enough food and enough
parked car, at 5:30: p.m. Mon 23 and 24. .
against her was being prepared early today. More AboutVietNam warning.
day at NE 8th Ave. and 5th St.
From Page 1 I From Page 1 DWI "But 'all these build aroundone
William 0. McNeail
General
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SPY TRIAL -
and that ,
thing, one thing
Alexander Sokolov, 40, arriv tion for the Republican presi- I sities is to provide for the edu- Delivery and William S. Flet- Maxie C. Mathis, 1306 NE 6th is shelt r against radiation and -

federal court- dential nominee Sen. Barry cation of I our citizens. Public cher, 1807 NW 6th St., at 5:40 Ter., was arrested by Alachua shelter against blast." V
ed at Brooklyn
Goldwater, and for',the Republican !scholarships to students desiring From l' p.m. Monday in the 1500 block County Sheriff's deputies todayat Murphy said that in recent ,

house Mondayfor and Democratic vice-presi !to attend private colleges and Page of N. Waldo Road. 4 a.m. on State Road 20 and years, planners have created It I

I start, of dential candidates, Rep. William universities will fulfill this purpose Cecellia A. Norden, Rt. 3 and charged with driving while in design and construction me-
ican !
promises that madeto
trial were Anne H. Morris 1404 NE 20th toxicated.
on spy E. Miller and Sen. Hubert
,. just as completely as the rebel montagnards thods which permit standard ,
charges. Soko- H. Humphrey.The spending the greater amount to mountain folk and then bro buildings to incorporate shelter -

lov and his legislation, if enacted, expand and subsidize a public I protection, at slight extra
; wife, 34, whose would extend such protection to ken.U.S. f

real name is so all future candidates for those program.Also speaking was Benjamin in charge. Special of the Forces montagnard officers, <@Uttua'ttttwo! 5 cost.However, he said, the publichas

far unknown, offices.
Oehlart Jr., president of Minute I program, said the tribesmenwere been ,apathetic."We .
are charged The Democratic presidential Maid i assured that American in the United States
who discussed industry's
Corp.
with having as- nominee President Johnson -i ROY M. COWAN sisters, Margaret Cowan, I
advisers would be have taken the lead in most
role in not pulled out
S sumed the idenSokolov has the protection t hat goes helping institutions -' of chief rebel at Buon ,Roy M. Cowan, 66, of 4107 Jacksonville; and Mrs. M mile matters. t in the field of fall

tities of two live Amer i can s with his office. of higher learning financi Sar the Pa and that camp Vietnamese NW 36th St., died Monday. He Mills, Alma, Ga.; 'a brother, out and blast shelters, we are

as a cover for six years of espionage The Warren Commission ally. forces waiting to attack the suffered an apparent heart at- James Cowan, Pahokee; and far, far behind."
in the U. S. Sokolovwas Represented at the meetingwere tack. grandchildren..
called for a drastic overhaul of rebels would not be allowed into Russia he said, in a few
using the name of RobertK. the system of guarding the president the University of Miami, the 'The Georgia native came years will have enough sheltersto

Baltch, a Roman Catholic and said that legislation Barry College of Miami, Beth- camp. here from Palatka in 1936. He MRS. W. J.. EDWARDS protect almost all its people. I
The 13 Americans at Buon Sar MCINTOSHMrs.
W.
priest in Amsterdam, N. Y. making the murder of a presi- une-Cookman College of Daytona was a salesman for Florida Motor J. Denmark, the Netherlandsand
Pa were pulled out Monday anda
Edwards 69 of rural McIntosh
Beach ,
dent or vice president a federal Biscayne Collegeof and Equipment Co. anda Switzerland all have shelter !-
AP to the Sun) BOY few hours later the Vietnamese died Monday' 'in Williston following -
Wirephoto BRIGHT ,OpaLocka, Florida .Memorial -
member
crime is needed to avoid t he of.Holy Trinity Episcopal programs going forward.
Robert M. Oswald, brotherof Michael confusion it said surrounded the College of St. Augustine, army'occupied the camp. Church. an extended illness. Sweden is a leader in civil

Lee Harvey Oswald, says -1[Grost, 10, of entry of various government Florida Presbyterian College of! Survivors include his widow, She lived in McIntosh since defense, he said.

he is in agreement with the ;, East Lansing, agencies into the Dallas inves St. Petersburg, Florida Southern Court Term Mrs. Evelyn Wessner C o w an; 1918 and was a native of South "The Swedes often compare

Warren Report that named pMich., is preparing tigation. College of Lakeland, Jack. In n'eceniherTALLAHASSEE' two children, Mrs. Donald Max Carolina. A housewife, she wasajnemberof nuclear warfare to their ancient

his brother as the assassin of | to enter Dirksen said that raised the sonville University, Rollins S well, Cranston, Rhode ,Island; .the .First Baptist fear of a dragon. They say, if
Michigan StateUniversity question whether the legislation College of Winter Park, Stet and W. DeWitt Cowan, Denver; Church of McIntosh. a dragon is about to devour

President :Kennedy. He is [ ought to be amended to make son University of DeLand and ,--The fall "Survivors include five children you, you' quickly think of a f

sales manager for a brick the University of Tampa. term of federal court will be 'Mrs. B. P. Hatchett Jr.
j Thursday. He'llbe federal crimes also of assaults way to become inaccessible, or
_ held in Gainesville in December Seafood Fact
company in Witchita Falls, the school's with intent to kill a president as Ocala; Mrs. W. B. Dickson, Mclntosh at least, inedible."In .

Texas. He says he has not youngest student -well as conspiracies aimed at Scooters Cause instead of October, U. S. Shocks Burns' ;' W. J. Edwards, Archer America, we close our
District Harold Carswell
'7 I ever. In killing a president. Minor Judge er; C. Edwards, Reddick; eyes and think how nice it

been bothered with cranks. Michael unofficial classes InjuriesTwo announced. and Marion G. Edwards, Plant would be to live in a world in

there last he had nearlyan More About Judge Carswell said he is CLEARWATER (AP-During) City; -a sister, Mrs. J. E. White, which there were no dragons."
year seafood dinner last '
motor scooter accident a promotion
SUCCESS the term that
postponing so Ft. Lawn, S. C.; six grandchildren -
"A" convincing officials
average, victims escaped with minor in- night Democratic can-
court can be held in the new governor
Miguel de Capriles came to he could do college work. and three great grandchil
College juries yesterday when the scooters federal building. didate Haydon Burns said he
dren.
the United States from Mexico BIG FUSS they were driving' were involved Term will begin Monday, Dec. was shocked to learn that half FUNERALNOTICES
when he 13 old. He
was
years in separate accidents. of the seafood eaten in the
7.
didn't speak English and didn't The Imera reported today' From Page 1 United States was imported."Are .Store About

know how to fence. that the fuss over Queen Mother' The only cost involved in acquiring David H. Levine, 18, a university we so bankrupt in sales-

Now 57, he is dean of New Frederika's future is promptingKing the building and site student from Miami was Metcalfe Opens manship," he asked, "that we BallotFrom

York University Law School and Constantine to interrupt will be legal fees for title headed south on 34th Street must sit idly by and see the I It

president of the World Fencing his honeymoon and return to transfer. when his scooter struck a rockin Carnival Time Japanese, the Russian, and the t,

Federation. His appointment as to Athens. Manning said the most immediate the road at the intersectionof Scandinavian fishing industriestake Page 1 j:

dean came Monday. Today he 1 A palace spokesman said the educational need for Archer Road. Metcalfe Elementary School over?" QUEEN MR. JESSE A.-Funeral ser ,
vices for Mr. Jesse A. Queen
leaves for Tokyo to supervisethe : report was baseless. the building is for train- starts the annual parade of "Florida is failing to take full required 69, Operator of Queans Service Station age.
reapportionment
He admitted to J. Hillis in 1971
was school carnivals Friday, Oct. 2, and Wrecker Service from mi
Olympic fencing tourna- Imera accused Premier ing nurses under the county'sLicensed Miller Health Center for obser- advantage of the economic potential and every,10 years thereafter. to Hit when he retired will be held
ment. Practical Nurse Pro- from 5:30: p.m. to 9:00 p.m. In Epworth, Georgia. Jones-Johnson
George Papandreou's govern- vation and was released this Games food and prizes will of the food resources in Then, the U. S. Supreme Court Funeral Home Is In charge of local
ment of a campaign against the gram. Nurses are now being arrangements Mr. Queen, who livedat
and the mother. trained in a wing of the old morning. be featured. our salt water. struck down the 43-112 plan, say 216 S.E. 10th Avenue Gainesvilledied
palace queen Monday morning September
Burns a recently announced 28th
praised both
houses
Proceeds from the carni val ing were not apportioned at Alachua General
Frederika wrote Alachua General Hospital. How Charles J. Butler of 11 Fraternity Hospital followinga
Papandreou campaign short Illness. Friends will be .
promotional the
on basis of received
population.
Monday expressing deep indignation ever, Manning said, the hospital Row 1 also received minor will go toward furnishing playground I at Jones-Johnson Funeral Home
equipment and buying designed to make America more Opponents of the 43-112 until 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening
needs the and the plan
over press reports that space injuries when the scooter he September 2tth.OIXSON .
Florida seafood
nurse soon will haveto library books. conscious of attacked it on that ground in an
the government wanted her to program was driving was struck by a ,
The public is invited. saying it was a step forward.City's effort to it from the ballot MRS. SALLY ANNFuneral
find another home. remove
retire to her family estate in car, at 11 a.m., driven by Esther services for Mrs. Sally ANI Dixon..
Austria and had proposed Par- The first step in applying for C. Juneau of 2145 NW 10th on age Tuesday IX housewife September, will be 29.at 1964 3 p.m.at

liament vote her an annual the Post Office will be a reso- St. Pass or fail, the amendment Newberry Methodist Church. Burial

pension of $100,000 to get her to lution by the School Board Recreation Program would have little immediate ef. will direction be In of City Wilson Cemetery Funeral under Home the,

leave the country. which Manning will recommend.A The accident occurred at the fect upon the 43-112 seating of Lake City. Florida. Mrs. Dixon who
intersection lived at Newberry died September 27,
of West
fully documented and detailed UniversityAve. the Legislature since it went into 1964. Mrs. Dixon was a member of

BACK HOME application to the GSA will fol and 15th St. Explained to Civitanscouraged effect by law. Newberry members of Methodist the family Church.are Surviving 4 daughters

Miss Juneau was charged : Mrs. Maye D. Smith, Newberry;
Jack Benny came back low.In In their special concurring Mrs. Edith Thomas. High Springs
a similar transaction aboutone with failure to yield right of The city's recreation programand g rea t er cooperation Katherine D. Clemm. Daytona Beach Mrs.
: Drew and O'Connell
home to Waukegan, Ill., to give opinion,
between the recreation department Mrs. Virginia Maddox. Mulberry 3
year ago, the School Board way. expansion plans were explained ;
S
a violin concert-with comedy wrote that thousands of people sons: Earl Dixon. Key Largo; John
acquired 175 acres of land from to members of the and schools in the Dixon Panama Canal Zone; William
on the side-and the hometown Sewer Loan already have cast absentee voteson Dixon Tuscaloosa, Alabama; 12 grandchildren -
the Veterans Administration on Gainesville Civitan Club Monday city to use the school play- and II
folks loved him. ballots that contained the con great grandchildren. I
the old VA Hospital site just by Recreation Director ground facilities more.
$b45 Benny said Monday night that north of East University Ave WASHINGTON (AP) The Ray Massey. He commended the school troversial amendment. REDDISH services for MR.Mr.WILLIAM William TFimeral T. Reddish
'
sIc by his calculation it has been 21 Urban Renewal and Community Massey outlined the city's responsibilities board for cooperation with the i They said to stride down the age, 47, plumber will be held It
3 p.m. on Tuesday September
2f.
1964.
; years since his last engagementin i nue.The land is being used for Facilities Administration has announced under the recrea- recreation program and credited amendment would result in at RaHord Baptist Church with Rev. R

) I fW Waukegan. He 'was 15 then agricultural plots by the vocational a $520,000 loan for sew tion program and briefly discussed the school playground use 'more confusion, damage and Burial Allen Price will be conducting bi Sup Cemetery the services.under I

and playing in the pit band at agricultural programs in er system improvements at Hal- the major activities.The with helping the recreation I expense than to leave it on the the Home.direction Mr. Reddish Jones-Johnson, who livedat Funeral I

the old vaudeville theater. Gainesville schools. landale, Fla. recreation director en- program grow. ballot.Harpo. Ship Bottom, New Jersey died
That would make him 39 to- Saturday morning In Ship Bottom. New 1
Jersey 'in his Sl" .
Mr.
Reddish
was
day and, he has been 39 for born on March l'. 111 in Raiford
S Florida end had lived! hi Ship Bet-
years. torn N. J. two years formerly lived
The sellout crowd provided the 'Intellectual Marx Dies at 75 hi Jacksonville for many years. Sur I
viving members of the family are: (
,
$20,330 for a ,nonprofit music Wife: Mrs. Louise Reddish St. Mary, I
center.NEW. -- Georgia; father: Mr. Raiford! Reddish. I

I By JAMES BACON solid member of the family, !months on the desert, he moved brother with the Italian dialect, mime act because his driving dish.Raiford.Jacksonville Fla. 3 brothers Fla.; RodmM: G. B. Red Red- (a

OCEAN HOLLYWOOD (AP) Harpo died last night following sur to Beverly Hills where he often died in 1961. mother tossed him into show ford.dish Fla.Starke.; 2 sisters Fla.| :Joe Mrs.Reddish Hazel Ran I

I Marx, 75, on stage the wackiest walked business on such short notice due Jacksonville Fla. Per-
Dr. Wernher von Braun the gery. V I unrecognized 'on the He was the oldest of the five ; Mrs. Blanche
(AP WIrepholo to the Sun), of the wacky Marx brothers, but tret.t.s.I that she didn't have time to Games Jacksonville Fie. Active Pallbearers -
space scientist, says that "whenour i A terse announcement from IS brothers whose plays and mov- wm be Julian Kline, j. y,
The at Western offstage the most normal, most Mt. Sinai said "Mr. ies such "Animal Crackers write lines for him. Edwards George Reddish. John G. f
professors Hospital : as -
astronauts land on the I That was because his regular __ Sapp. Johnny Marcus. Farley Butler.
Kentucky State College will moon, it will demonstrate our.1 ..: Marx died' at 8:30 pan. following appearance was so different ," "Coconuts" and, "A Nightat .u. at Pailbeerers 2:45; p.m.wIll meet .t the lurch

have to pardon this attractive ability to sail on this new. '\,, surgery. He was admitted Sat from the curly wigged, tophatted the Opera" were considered Ir V '

coed if her mind strays ocean." ,... urday. His doctor will announce horn-blowing, blond-chas- classics of both stage and 4; 4

from her books this week. He said Monday that the Uiit ',j cause of death Tuesday morning ing nut he played in the act. screen. Gainesville Sun

The World Series tickets tell ed States chose to go to the: 'ciI following additional tests." Harpo became one of the
Precise of
why. She's 18-year-old Sharon moon because "its exploration It was speculated that Harpo speech although world's more famed harpists- Published evenings except
his
voice was never heard on Saturday, and
Sisler, a freshman, and involves every facet of the over died following heart surgery, the stage or screen be was although be never took a lesson.He ings by the Gainesville Sunday ) mom-Pub-

daughter of acting manager all space capability which this since he had suffered some the darling of the intellectual couldn't read music, but he I'shing Company at 101 SE

Dick Sisler of the Cincinnati nation must develop if we are to S minor 'heart attacks in recent set often soloed with major symphony 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida,

Reds who are out front in be the world's leading seafaring years. orchestras. and entered as second class
matter
at the
the National League race. nation." At his bedside was his wife "Harpo was born'an- intellectual Asked once to explain his Gainesv.ll, Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office at

Susan and two of his four sons. ," said Groucho, "becausehe appeal intellectuals the world
didn't learn it in school lie RATES BY
[ Surviving brothers Groucho, over from Alexander Wool- CARRIER OR
Thefts Occur At 2 Schools MAIL
Z-ppo and Gummo were not had such a bard time getting cott to George Bernard Shaw 1 Week .45

.. present when the end came, .a through kindergarten that he Harpo answered modestly S Mo $5.15
i' Gainesville police said today ently entered by forcing open I hospital lspokesman said. quit shortly'.after. "I'm just a great listener." S All,I moll subscriptions

two local schools were entered t a window. "Chico the"' of V be paid in advance. musr
I Mostly retired in recent was only one us He claimed that his brothers

over the weekend, resulting in I Nothing was taken during a .. :'; years, Harpo the silent one of who ever got through public never let him speak In the act Orculahon.Member; .9' Audit Bureau of

-rr minor thefts and vandalism. i break-in at A. Quinn Jones Elementary .. $ 'the act --led a' quiet life. at his I school and'to him education"was because it would prove to ,the All matulal ClllllQIM4
flereln
..... fa
Burglars took two record School, but vandals ---(AP-Wirephoto
players at Stephen Foster Elementary forced open drawers in three I HARPCh fairways of Tamarisk Country .the racing form." one in the family. HARPONot ; Sun II Reproduction Is strictly to Mole .w"ttJ, In "p.rt"- V
forbidden
School. They appar offices, causing minor damage. The Silent Harpist Club. During the hot summer I Chico, the piano .> playing Actually he started his panto- Really a written permaiion of the Ithout DUbltahtr.the V
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'HE'S GOING TOO FAST 1 THE CONSERVATIVE



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i SeM JOHN R. HARRISON, PrtJldtnt and ? ,I

f 0! PuMishtr PAT COWLES Viet frtsitftnt .
,I I Florida's Beautiful'University ; ED JOHNSON Vice President I
By DAVID LAWRENCE LWJ
and ExKvtivt Editor W. 0. (Bill)
let
t: ESERSOLE, Vic President and Ad-
t City', WASHINGTON Many organizations directly indirect-
vtrtisii! "* Director 101 TARTAGUONE, or
. I an I < Vic* President and ClreuUtwn Manigtr. ly related to religious or educational institutions have broken -

precedent in recent weeks by coming out in favor of
the election of one or the other of the presidential
candi-
I' THE SUN'S POLICY '
': : ,, dates. They probably do
Se 9 '" not realize that they may lose
I. Report the news fully end Impartiolly in the news columns. their own tax exemption and that individuals who contribute

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only' in-editorials. -"- to such organizations may not be able to claim deductions
: V 3. Publish all sides of importont controversial issues. as they usually do when donating money.
There have been ,more such incidents in
the
present cam-
The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 paign than in any 'other history. Many religious organiza-

t tit tions, to be sure, which have, not announced in favor of a
, RJ particular candidate have nevertheless become related to the

,., re political campaigns in one way or another or their spokesmen
Bi'I have appeared before members of Congress to influence
c Charming Little HateBookThe the passage or defeat of particular legislation.


: m gi. UP TO NOW, it has generally been assumed by many of

''I r, parade of cheap little hate for Red propaganda. And a final so- these organizations that if campaigning or intervention in

' t w. looks continues with one called "A cial note: the Deweys were hosts at '#% .\\_ politics was not a "substantial part" of their activities, they

:I 1 Texan Looks at Lyndon," printed under their ranch, outside Canyon, Texas, %\ \ of would the be immune from any penalty. But a careful reading

tti the name of J. Evetts Haley. ,to George Lincoln Rockwell, the shows that Internal Revenue Code, as enacted by Congress,
the
definition
i :i\.f dll' ,But Washington Journalist Jack An fuehrer of the American Nazi Party. of such tax-exempt organizations is

W derson reports that part of the searchvas
divided into
two
! S( parts. One
done for this book Thornton This is the of another in
! by genesis a relates solely to propaganda
WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS
c
asi Dewey, who is listed as a financial series of charming little books of the ANALYST activities or attempts to influence -

1- contributor to the American ,Naii far right. The Haley volume is being legislation. The other,

Party; and by Dewey's" late wife, who' distributed at a frantic clip (3,000,000 the first, specifically elimi-
iI', .
nates from the tax
1: died just after the book went to so far). This and other books like it | exempt
Questions Left status any organization which
!, nI. S. press. are supposed to panic the American participates in political cam-

I. 'tJ people by 'marshalling carefully-se- paigns on behalf of any can-

''f The paperback, which sells for $1, lected "facts," with pseudo docu- 3frin lark dirnra had been given that visa to yond most historians as well. didate. The 'exact wording of

1 U was compiled by Haley with"the helpof mentation, to "prove" that practically By JAMES RESTON go to Cuba and thence to the The backdrop is the conflictof 'the pertinent part of Section

" the Deweys, owners of a nearby everybody in government is a The War- Soviet Union just before the age: the clash of nations 501 of the code' reads as follows -

this conceded Communist to borrow assassination! If he had not and philosophies in the last :
1 ; Texas ranch. All Dewey or "dupe, one Commission has f u 1-
according to the published inter- of the favorite John Birch terms. its primary assignment. been allowed to come back half of the 20th century; the "Corporations, and any'
from there in the first
place! atmosphere of intrigue the
tried, servant of ; community chest, fund
as a or
view but he did decline to talk about
Who was "the neighbor" who
struggle of personalities, of foundation
to discover truth. But organized and operated
the $1,000 contribution he ,is on Neither Senator Goldwater nor his of President got him the job in the Texas men and women, of ideologiesand exclusively for religious -

PII record as giving the American Nazi respectable followers has any sympathy was so symbolic of Book Depository, from wherehe regions within the United charitable, scientific,

Party a short while ago. for the home-grown variety of irony and tragedy, and shot the President? And States. testing for public safety, lit-

1 fascism, or any other kind. Let Gold- in the complicat- what were the details of Oswald's And all this, of course, cen- erary, or educational purposes -

1J 1I "biography" waterites be elemental conflicts of attempted suicide in tering on, the family of the or for the prevention of
I Oh yes, Dewey's remaining wary, therefore, in ,Moscow? President itself
a of
that many vital ques- saga cruelty to children or animals -
: he once was quoted as recommending anyliterature which
remain, and the philoso- The wild accidents are triumph and tragedy. no part of the net earn-
favoring the lynching (rather than has clear links with the right-wing novelists and dramat- equally intriguing. There is, There are 'not pictures of ings of'which .inures to the

::1:1I impeachment) of Chief Justice Earl extremists. Some of those people have to take it from for example, the,case of Mrs. Booth murdering Lincoln, or benefit of any private share-

(:1I I Warren. He formed an organization, don't kid yourselves-are in league Bledsoe who rented Oswald a of any of the other high trag- holder or individual, no sub-

I "Texans For America," which sifts with the worst racist and anti-Semite commission has not room in Dallas and then, on a edies of American politicallife stantial part of the activitiesof
) 10,000-to-l chance, just hap- but the story of this one which is
through school textbooks supposedly hoodlums on this side of the Atlantic. the Kennedy mys- carrying on propaganda
1 1ii is now on record and film
much as it has opened pened to, be on the bus he on ; or otherwise at-
whole new chapter in boarded,when he was running of Jackueline Kennedy in that tempting, to influence legis-

dy Legend. away from the crime. unspeakable moment of hor- lation, and which does not

Then there are the consol- ror, scrambling onto the backof participate in, or intervene in

J IJ i I Ii [ Voice of the People history provided of,presidential drama the and greatest poli fic ing the yearnings midst of and tragedy kindnessesin : Ruth murdering ly,the of car Jacqueline in Oswald Dallas, ;and Kennedy or Ruby final- distributing(including the of publishing statements or),

Paine, who was also "alienat-
political
behalf
i' the murder of Mr. claiming her husband at last any campaign on -
and since legend is ed" and "isolated," and frus in death. of any candidate for

!; I more powerful than his- trated, like Oswald, but who All this reveals public office."
L -On Sun's more than
1 The Opinion Page--- his'identity.'t.this may be the commis- nevertheless "b e f r iended"Marina either President Johnson or
Oswald in her trou-
most MANY WHITE and
significant Negro
Opiniont and comments of Sun rt.d.r> art wtleoma .in the Voice of the People column. Letters ble. And there was Mar i naQswaldjherself the Warren Commission in-
must b. signed and bear the writer's' address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should ,... ;." _. who tended President Johnson'sinstruction organizations involved in the,
not exceed 500 words and must be written an anly one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The the 'Central mystery'of-. seems to, 'to Chief Jus t i ce "civil rights" controversy
Sun reserves tla.3f'sH. tojiect,.ny letter'aV fa shorten it. without...chanting' the. writer's' meaning, orintent. : lhe President; has- have been "very angry" with Warren and his commission have been- getting into the
"- her husband when
,he
was field of
answered the '
. III by com- was to "satisfy itself that public affairs discussion -
using assumed names and do-
in the in recent months
only process the truth is known as
far
to Rein cate 15-20 per cent of the national I have attended Unitari a n ing other things that 'apparently so as
Barry a new catalogue of it can be discovered." Presi- they have a right to do under
payroll to social bene- meetings at the University of Now the main cha- affronted her sense of dent Johnson was not thinkingof the "freedom of speech" doc-

The RunawayEDITOR fits under federal manage- Chicago (magnificent music in the play have.been right and wrong the long future. He was disturbed trine of the Constitution. But

ment. (The present rate is and a gentle, informed, pene- by a _host ,of new Finally, there was even Os- by the conspiratorial they depend for their supporton
trating and inspiring devotionto each of whom ap wald himself leaving his wed- contributions from the
about 4 cent. Though con- speculations about the as-
Sun: In the first per human spirit) and at briefly at a critical ding ring and his last $170 on sassination in Europe. He public. It is possible for some
vinced that these goals will Washington,' D. C. (a callous, was
; with the dresser at home before
vital testi-
25 years Social Security took some merely trying to get at the organizations not to be required -
someday be met and possi- confident and articulate anti- he to '
went work
the
to with- on morn
only disappear
in $70 billion and paid out $50 facts. He was not thinking of to pay income taxes
billion leaving a $20 billion bly exceeded-he's fully aware human leadership by A. P. really knowing much ing of the murder. perpetuating the Kennedy leg- and to be regarded as a non-
Davies). yet have never felt Who
who sent Oswald from Moscow
that for they are. end indeed profit such
practical political pur- >- ironically, it organization as
balance. Against this $20 billion that either rested its
group
to Minsk
whole story is full of the ? How did
difficult for him labor agricultural business
poses now is not the time.It was to govern or
balance there are obliga- case on the very limiting of life. Lee Harv e y he meet his Russian wife, and effectively so long as the associations of various kindsor

tions, at the present rate of is imperative that the object question", "How do You motive for murder- how did they live there? Why nation was preoccupied with private clubs but con-

benefits, of $360 billion. The of Social Security be Know? as Jones posed by retired President remains ob was he allowed to return to the Kennedy story but in tributions to this type of or-
clergyman or on our The d i s t i nguished the U. S. with a State Department calling for "the facts" he has ganization not deductibleon
enunciated
cheerless truth is that the fund to serve only ,the "under the bomb" situation are
loan? All
have
of the commission we
will have to pay out $18 for limited purpose of social adequacy rather on the direction staff obviously gave are glimpses of these intrig- summed up a drama which the income tax returnsof
will intrigue the nation
long
every $1 it has on hand. If the recognition of society's of the proximate "what we it. ing things. after the historians have the giver.
don't know" and the
you or I were in a similar obligation to provide a worth of on surpassing "might have beens" The whole story is not only agreed on President Ken- Many charitable, religiousand

state with this unfunded liabil- basic economic floor of pro- man. If only he beyond the journalists but be- nedy's place in history. educational organIza-

ity, the sheriff would be nail- tection. As our society A.TAPPERAppreciation tions, however are dependenton
becomes more affluent the
ing fuzzy carbons of writs to relative role of social programs WHEN THEY COULD HELP the contributions of companies -

the doorposts of our fallen should diminish, not or individuals who, in

manor. But alas, the govern- increase. The self supporting turn, can take a deduction for

ment does have additional reserve principle must be preservedlest For DoctorsEDITOR Where Were They? these on their income tax

to help meet this obligation we come to value security returns. These organizationsare
and that is the over political freedom. Social Sun: In the pastI v

tax and this they powerto most programs are like a drug: have read criticisms voiced ( from the "Suwan- be cursing and defiling free Cross and Salvation Army, granted by the Treasury
a limited quantity can servea by readers of the doctors Department the privilege of
certainly intend to use. your Live Oak. enterprise, religion, capitalism the people of Live Oak would
vital need; an excess quan- here in Gainesville. i newspaper) labor, management, and have shared what little was advising prospective contribu-
Where is Social Security and tity can be fatal. During the past two years were they? everyone else-while learningto tors that their individual or

this "power to tax" leadingus I submit there is a choicein both my family and I have person in Suwan- be first class dope addicts left.There donations will be
was racial company
? The National Democratic had occasion to visit doc no strife
a knows, this com and
64 a choice between one strumming obscene tuneson
and
unrest here this tax deductible. But if
Administration asks for our who doesn't tor's office with assorted ail has been the victim wee k. such
and one who a uke.
trust in them but shows a ments. Some were minor, but unthinking Just folks who have for years organizations engage in pro-
does believe in the individualand
I basic lack of trust in the tax- two accidents of my four- tension be- And there are the other lived and worked in harmony hibited activities, they can
his ability to his
manage
misguided souls coming into determined
for his year-old son's to let their
payer to provide own were frighten- the
own affairs. Barry Goldwater races during recent lose their own tax -
welfare. It's quite all right for ingly serious. our land like the mother of faith in God, sympathy and exempt:
believes in a sound Social Se- of the Governor of Massachu- status, and this, of course,
efforts
us to work for our money but I think that Dr. Richard E. have seen to bring peace, safety
we are enjoying less and less curity. He have does not suggest, Perry of this city is not onlya into our agitators setts. What possible businessshe and normalcy to a batteredand eliminates also any tax deductions -
as some alleged, that an community to
the right to spend it on our very fine doctor but an extremely and inflame. had in St. Augustine is flooded community.But for contributors. .
empty cupboard be offered to Several .
beyond us. We would resent &
own behalf. The governmentis conscientious and CORE and the
t the aged and dependent surviving instances have bitterly the family membersof NAC- In recent months,several radio -
and hardworking He has CP
reserving more more families. What he does person. averted have aided neither. Theyare
j the right of spending the fruitsof done a great deal for us and only Florida's Governor goingto not to be found. Their programs on local stations
suggest is that we need to heads on the part of ..
our labor for social programs view Social Security in its we are most appreciative. officials and the good that state to cause strife leaders are doing nothing. throughout the country have

that they feel we need. proper perspective. Bas icly WILLIAM THORNE of both races of Live and turmoil. They do not seemingly find it been sustained in large part

When the present administration the problem is to prevent it But they do this in the name to their liking to help out their by contributions from various

was asked about giving from degenerating into a mere from the papers we that they are helping. colored brethern when a disaster individuals. But it is not clear
I additional funds to the senior takeaway, giveaway, and run the agitators Well, the big question in like this strikes. They x
citizens to their pour- how many .pf .these quasi-re!
provide away program. He believesthe 'our cities, engineer- Live Oak today is: Whereare would rather spend their time .!
health care needs, they replied Social Security program There is no indigestion strife where there is they? ranting and raving, rioting ligious groups'or otgani--

"Our senior citizens will be safe only if we keep worse than having to eat your Ignorant and totally Today a large part of the causing strife and turmoil. -. zations have been authorized
cannot be trusted to prudently it sound and it can be safe own words. (Mason City trained agitators colored population of this They'll be back. On this to tell their contributors that

spend their health dollar." and sound only if we do not Glove-Gazette) the colored people city is homeless, hungry, you can bet.. .. they mayVfeduct( 'fo-ieome-:

(But no doubt they can be raise the benefit levels to a to threaten officials poorly clothed miserable and We ,would hope that when tax such contributions
trusted to vote). Does the fact purposes
point where the gainfully em- people. flooded out by the terrible they do, the colored people of
that a person becomes sge ployed may be either unwill- land of law, we have storm of the. past week. this community will ask thema on a parity with dona-
65 render him incapable of unable tions to charity.CERTAINLY .
ing or to pay the
simple
decisions for A that believes that Where is the NAACP question.
making sound good sermon "
tax. helps
himself supporting peepie. only for one side. The where is CORE, the Student "Where Were You When
? Must the governmentmake Some rise from it greatly publications in
certain decisions for HARRY L. WALKER, M.D. strengthened. Others agree with must be Non Violent Coordinating You were Needed?"

him? Should he no longer be wake from it refreshed. Mar- by all of the people, Committee, the Urban League, the religious or educationalfield

allowed to manage his shalltown Times- Republican) they disagree with, SNICK, and the multitude of may carry on as a consequence .

affairs? a personal freedomhe 'What We : : ver- pretext ,are ,to other organizations that infest of gifts or subscriptions .
I 1 with riots -vio this land? We've.never ,heard of a '
had enjoyed up to age car by the general public,
:. :. owner who responded unreasonably -
other'
65.
/ Don't Know' any means. We can't find them. when and the issue will not arise
they do this because And who did the colored some- '
Wilbur J. Cohen the Assis- people are sup- people of Suwannee body approached him with unless these same publications

tant Secretary of H.E.W., be- EDITOR, 'Sun: I wonder if Herons, we are told fly persecuted in the turn'to: ? 'As in all times County past, the words, "I'm sorry, I've have had a tax exempt

lieves that Social Security's Clergyman Jones isn't -as out with necks drawn in and feet And so in Live Oak they}turned to their fellow cit- ,just run into. your car and status of their own and have
maximum base ', smashed it. a bit," His _
extended. ,
taxable first
wage Politicians on the had oUr hens 'been able to tell
dated as he suggests Mr. problems ; both black and white. their contributors -
should be other hand reaction,' inde'eo fa. is )
raised from its present do It with necks similar likely to '
level of $4,880 .to bout. ,Chorowsky is: "How do youknow" 'out and feet in their mouths. to* And we aided each. other. be sympathy,for)he guy who that they would get a

#000. He also wants to" dedi Is only anti-faith. (Wichita Eagle) II otherwise Greenwich:' Village would (.. Had it.not been for immediate hit. him.- (Washington. Jour' tax deduction. .'if,they make"
assistance from *
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In TheCapitol I 17,000 IssuesIn AND :STILL'W ''It's Time for School Sniffles 'COUNTDOWN" ,



I Auto Strike NO RECEIPT It won't be long before thecommOli According to a national medi-1 account.for 25 per cent of all I F for citizenship

I < WORKINGTON, England, cold begins its seasonal cal report issued by the Scher- school absences among the

AP) Storekeeper Eleanor I onslaught on school attend- ing Corporation, Florida pupils 'more than 1,800 students at 4
WASHINGTON (AP) The DETROIT (AP) Hopes for ries to its chief competitors : Marshall complained today that ance records. miss nearly 25 days of school GHS. lit I DAYS

a Senate gave voice-vote approval an early, settlement of a nation- Ford and Chrysler.The I n official with a chauffeur each year because of colds. I One of the reasons that the
i Monday expansion of Reserve wide strike by the United Auto union ,already has sr :rove 66 miles to collect two- This places the Sunshine State common cold plays such havocon ill LEFT TOREGISTER
;' Officer :Training. Corps pro' Workers union against General cured new national contract snce she owed on her taxes. She Should'veLooked 43rd in the nation in numberof '''I attendance is that spread of
fi grams fn"high schools and col Motors hinged today on resolv- from both Ford and Chrysle school days lost because of colds like other virus-caused in-
leges. It sent the legislation to ing some 17,000 local at-the- calling for higher pensions as ar "I sent a check for exactly 200 InsideNEW colds. The national average is I fections is accelerated by the ill M. .
! the House for consideration of plant demands. early retirement incentive. !Ounds-$560-and didn't add only 18.9.Pupils mixing of students at school.
amendments. With some progress reportedat longer vacations, extra holidaysand .he two-pence," she said. I LONDON, Conn. (AP) in the State of Washington When they are not exposedto (TIhDEMOCRATIC .r
the bargaining table, negotiators other improvements.A miss i the fewest days-
unidentified ran
"Then the taman phoned to An woman each other with the same
for both sides indicated that similar economic packagehas 10.5. SUfo D.moc.tic
only averaging
WASHINGTON (AP) The over a battered suitcase lyingon as is the in the
) say he must have it to balance. frequence case Extcviivo CommiHtt,
GM but the
settlement of the local problemswas been offered by Gainesville High School Prin-
I Senate passed Monday night his books. I had a whole seriesof t he highway Sunday night summer, cold-like infections w.".,. M. Goodrich
and sent to a conference with I equally as important to UAW insisted it wanted non- letters and calls about it so I and it clung to the bottom of: cipal Joe Hudson agreed that tend to die out, and do not, re- L Chairman
ending the walkout as an agree- economic improvements as colds accounted for most of the NL1
.
boost
the House a bill to some told them to see my account her car. appear until there is contact
I ment on a national contract. school absences at GHS, but
service sta- --
into
veterans pensions. I well.UAW ant. She drove a when the school year begins. '
The UAW struck the world's President Walter Reu- tion and asked the attendant to said the average days lost fig-
; The bill had been approved by' No. 1 automaker Friday whenno ther and GM Vice President At the tax office an official remove it. He did and she left ures for the state is deceiving.!1-
fj, the Senate last Friday, but Sen. settlement was forthcoming Louis Seaton, who heads the said: "We had to see the accountant -without looking to see what was "Its definitely not true that PRE-SEASON SALE! TRANE
, Russell B. Long; D-La., won on the union's non-economic company's bargaining team, anyway to collect inside. our students at GHS miss 24.9 CENTRAL HEATINGTHERMOSTATICALLY
reconsideration after he said the demands covering working con- told separate news conferencesthat some forms. So we collected the The attendant, Robert Trom- days a year as the Florida
Bureau of the Budget was con ditions, union representation, progress was made in negotiation -two pence at the same time." bridge, didn't look either until average indicates. Day in and CONTROLLED
cerned about an amendment to production quotas and similar sessions Monday."We he heard Monday night that day out we have about 95 per more heat lower fuel bills. $
give all veterans at 65 an automatic issues. did resolve a couple of "Now they've got t he two naval Lt. Cmdr. Walter Minerof cent attendance," he added. CLEAN & EFFICIENT no-tmoke. 585
dirt. GUARANTEED, and ready
j 10 .per cant disability Production of GM's shiny new things and made some pence but" I still haven't got a New London had lost such a Hudson said at GHS the absentee for smell future or air-conditioning.
l rating and a pension if they are 1965 models has been halted by progress," said Seaton. But he receipt, Mrs. Marshall com- suitcase. rate is boosted by a COMPLETELY INSTALLED as low as .
within the income limits. the walkout of about a quarter- said that they "were not earth- plained.The Trombridge turned over the small group of students who No money down Terms to suit your budget
i oJ million'workers.UAW shaking." miss to 40 days of school FOR FREE ESTIMATE .
tax said her receiptis up
man and
Miner
i In its second look at the bill suitcase to got a ALL AMERICAN
I, the automatic members stayed on the Reuther said he had found in the mail. The postage for reward. each year. Ph. 3768268Licensed HEATING & AIRCONDITIONING 'W"
the Senate struck
amendment Pensions job at the company's plants the atmosphere at the bargaining the receipt cost three pence. The suitcase contained an These are the marginal dropouts CO.
i disability would liberalized $5 to $10 in which supply parts and accesso. table encouraging. estimated $2,025 in jewelry. Hudson said, who alone Bonded Insured ..

some lower brackets and in. ..
1 ilj come eligibility u 1 e s for
I I, spouses would be eased. Hidden 4Deni]ial of Christ'em

\
f Brings Probl in Councilsuch
HI WASHINGTON (AP) The

I 1' Senate Monday passed a consti-with I VATICAN CITY AP-Fear) a way that it would seem

I; ,tutional amendment to deal ,that the original Vatican Ecu- the 1964 council had said Christ
of presidential
the questions
menical Council declaration on was not God.
and disability, but
f; succession the Jews might have led to a The new version now before
is chance the House
there no
future interpretation that Christ the council says instead: "One
: : will act on it this year. I
was not God caused it to be should be I careful not to attribute
(t In the case of-a vacancy in revised, an informed source to the Jews of our time
J J the office of vice president, thee said today. what was committed during the

amendment, provides that the The source, close to the coun- passion of Christ."
president shall nominate some- cil directorate of'cardinals, said Debate on the revised version
one to fill the office. The nomi- the council coordinating com- opened Monday with cardinals
nee would fill the post after mission planned when it met from the United States, Canada
being confirmed by a majority during the summer to retain the and Western Europe urging
1 of both branches of Congress. original reference to' Jewish restoration of the original word- II
for deicide Middle East II tt
non-culpability or ing. Five patriarchs -
On the question of disability, .
declaration
Godkilling."But opposed any -
1
the measure establishes a method .
a theologian pointed outa on the Jews, contending \
for a president to turn over 1 1r
that it would make trouble for I
potential hidden danger in the
the duties"of his office temporarily
to the vice-president and seven-word phrase: 'The Jews the Church in their area. 1r I

then to reassume them when he are not guilty of deicide,' and A spokesman for the Chris- 1
has recovered.If the reference was stricken out," tian Unity Secretariat, which I I
the source said. wrote the original text, said 1 1 I lUAITY
the president. were unableto "The theological expert explained Monday night, he thought there I,
declare his disability, the to the commission that "is more than a slight possibility" -
vice president could take' over that single statement, while that the original wordingwill I Very Special! -
the duties of the office by transmitting clear in meaning today, could be restored.In Q % II' A '

to Congress, with the I possibly be seen out of context a I 0 ISC OUNT --- -
concurrence of a majority of the hundred from now as o
years
air conditioning//
100%
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heads of executive depart- showing that the Vatican Council -.
ments, a declaration that the declared that Christ was not I in fine cars. .iff
chief executive was unable to God." I II CHRYSLER Engineeringfor I II I i III -

function.In I In other words, the source explained the very best! SHETLANDCARDIGANS 1 _

future emphasis might __
case a dispute arose as to I
the resumption of his powers, shUt from the word "Jews"and @mysl.> .. .
Congress would settle the issue. to the word "deicide" in i i iI


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6 feametville Sun Tuesday, September 29, 1964




,:.".,.t. THE AMERICAN by WAY ill omen 0 ( f Hnn o THE f ffltllLy f I. TRENTON Miss Cheryl I .., \


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Marie Miller, daughter of Mr .
, : : OF LOVE Howard Whitman i and Mrs. J. W. Miller of Trenton I I'

.. I : became the bride of .
I Charles Vernon Watson, son September 29

UF Engineering Wives of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Watsonof wedding supper for

lovevs.Making-love Trenton on September 18, at Ann Gracy and her
the Pine Grove Baptist Churchat
Capt. John Herbert

(This Is the third article of integrity, personality, and fu- Give Fall Rev.Trenton.Hayes Davis performedthe Mansfield, Ohio, 7 p.m.

Jt.series by Howard Whitman ture happiness.Thus ReceptionThe double ring ceremony beforean Mrs. Walter A. Mur- -

noted writer on hom-. out of love, they post- -
"'" altar adorned with baskets of and their son, Walter
an affairs. He tells why the poned sex before marriage and UF Faculty Club was the I Reed. Also assisting in welcoming walls were banked with palms I white chrysanthemums and Jr., 1040 NE
American way to love is the partook of it in marriage. Love setting for the annual reception i guests were Dean and Mrs. and an arrangement of birds-of-! gladioli.Mrs. z e,, ; Terrace.:

key to our future as individuals was the meaning, both in the given by the Engineering Wives W. L. Sawyer, Dean John A. paradise and tapers in punched -! Eleanor Hutchinson pre- ,;

a happier, and points, of the life.way Third to act, and in the denial of it. Club of the University of Flor! Natress and Dr. and Mrs. M. E. cylindrical containers deco-,sented program of nupitial 1 Y, October 1

in way The essence of love is intim- ida Friday evening. Two hundred I Forsman.An rated the mantel. i organ music. supper fet
JT a Series) .
i SEX AND THE LOVE acy. This means the closeness guests attended the affair arrangement of green ce- The serving table was centered -] Given in marriage by her :r year.:7 Ann Gracy and her t

,' .:.TT RELATIONSHIP which makes two hearts beatas with new members of the, fac- losia and green pine cone lilies with an arrangement of yel-' father, the bride wore a gownof .aa.,t a..w. Capt. John Herbert
,- one, one. mind almost supernaturally ulty of the College of Engineering low white de soie \. Mansfield, Ohio, Mr.
In an old Clark Gable' movie, decorated the registration table.In roses, canna foliage, and peau featuringan ;.
% .... conscious of another and GENESYS and their dried in Alencon lace cummerbund.Her Ernest Burch and
Gene Tierney, as a Russian bal- the ballroom, the circular sago palm a yellow
mind
one set of emotions so wives as honored guests veil of illusion \ :Mrs. Ted Cox of
lerina, looks up at Gable with tuned to and to compote, flanked by matching fell from a
responsive an
" :': ... .saucer eyes and asks, ICY 0 u other set of emotions that feel- Guests were greeted at the compotes holding yellow r o ses. crown of white orange blossoms at the Burch's
have loved many?" ings are intermingled if not door by Dr. and Mrs. W. J. No- ChurchCircles and a yellow candle. and she carried a .Bible on Lake Geneva.

Gable, in the role of an American fused. Someone once said thatif lan. Mrs. Bruce E. Mathewsand Mrs. Henry Raattama designed and an orchid. luncheon

1.. correspondent, clippedly there is a hole in another Mrs. E. H. Watts presented the crescent-shaped corsageof The bride's mother wore a ti C\ : Miss Ann Gracy, bride-
replies, "Made love, sure. Loved person's shoe and your foot is new faculty wives with or- red tropica roses worn by pink embroidered sheath and .... of Capt. John Herbert
-none." chid chrysanthemums attachedto Mrs. Martin and a similar cor white accessories. The bride-
cold, that is love. In the ulti Ad r of Mansfield, Ohio, 1
Glib as it sounds, the distinc- mate achievement of love, inti- the yellow name tags to identify sage of Peace roses worn by, groom's mother chose a blue Mrs. William G. Nick- '
lion between love and "making macy becomes unity: the "one them as newcomers Mrs. Reed. I silk sheath and black accessor- .,\a and her daughters, Mrs.

:.. love" is all tangled up in our flesh" of husband and wife re Mrs Paul M. Downey regis The decorations were plannedby ies.The Cofrin,' Mrs. Harold
time. ferred to in the Bible. tered Engineering Wives mem-,TODAY, September 29 Mrs. James H. Smith, as newlyweds will reside in of Ocala and Mrs.

.= A European sociologist said Sex in marriage is a physi- bers, and Dr. and Mrs. RobertE. Women of the First Presbyterian sisted by Mrs. D. T. Kinard, Lake City, where they are Harris of 0 rIa 000.
J" on return from a visit to the cal expression of this intimacy.But Reed Hill and Commander Church Annual Dinner Mrs. R. E. Stockstill, Mrs. both students at Lake City Jun Golf and Coun
United States, "The American without intimacy of the and Mrs. Roy E. Stockstill Raattama, and Mrs. John W. ior College. Mrs. Charles .
\ knows everything about sex mind, the emotions, and the directed arrivals to the ball- Meeting, 6:30 p.m.. Fel Flowers.
but nothing about love." spirit, mere physical intimacy room. lowship Hall.University. Serving punch and coffee October
= The late James Thurber la- is animal were Mrs. Merwin J. Larsen,
an biologic process. Mrs. Charles V. Shaffer pre Methodist AboutMiss honor-
dinner
*" mented that '"Americans are In a class on courtship and sented the" guests to.,Dean Church, Women's Society of Mrs. E. W. Jacunski, Mrs. Edwinna
brought up without being able the of Rush E. Choate, Mrs. Frederick Murphey,
at
marriage University
and Mrs. Thomas L. Martin Jr. Christian Service, 8 p. m.,
,__. to tell love from sex, lust", Virginia, the late Prof. FrankW. and Prof. and Mrs. John C. : Foundation Lounge. I N. Rhines, Mrs. D. T. Wil- Bessie Glover and her an attache son, Verley J. Spi-
-- Snow White or Ever After, Hoffer was asked to define liams, Mrs. W. A. Nash, Mrs. 7 p.m., Mr and Mrs.
sister Mrs. Grace tion of his
Burnett of .
and that "we T. Spivey of Jack
encourage mar
intimacy. He replied: "Intim- R. B. Gaither. Mrs. R. E. Uh-
riage as a' kind of tranquiliz- acy involves an integrating and rig and Mrs. Tewes Kundel Jacksonville, returned recently treasurer last Thomas Hotel.MR .
"
7. ing drug." Calendar Of f EventsTODAY from Augusta, Ga. where
meshing of personalities; a pas were in charge of refreshments.The ,
In the French idiom, sex is Electrical I
sionate interest in the other's Engineering they attended the funeral of
described as "making love." ideas, hopes and aspirations; and Engineering Graphics .414%.. .
their sister in-Iaw .
.' But that is not the entire story. interchange of thought; re- September 29 berry Road.Gainesville. faculty wives served as hostesses Mrs. The-
... A great deal of sex could more of Florida New odosia Dodge Glover.
spect for the other's dignityand University Chapter 44, with Mrs. Charles V. Shaf ,
accurately be described as worth. comers Coffee, 10 a.m., and OES, 8 p.m., Masonic Tem fer and Mrs. James Hun Mrs. Glover, widow of Albert
-'-. "making un-love." This is sex "What about physical relations 8 p.m., University Women's ple. Smith as cochairmen Mrs. .

T. activity motivated by ?" student asked.A Clubhouse, Newberry'Road. Wayne H. Chen, Mrs. W. F. Fa- Elfe Glover Jr., died Daddyo, I can't -
the desire for kicks, conquests, University of Florida Faculty in Lansdale, Pa., at the homeof
8
Merrysteppers, p.m., City and Mrs. T. C. Johnsonwere
Mental Attitude gen be satisfied with less
Club Buffet Dinner 6 to 8
...
self-gratification-with no deep Recreation Center.Gainesville in her daughter, Mrs. Halver
Professor Hoffer charge of invitationsfor
= feeling for the partner and in replied: p.m., U. F. Faculty Club. when G.M.B.L. pays
"While in popular thought the Rose Society, 8 the affair.Equal Van Dame, with whom she
some cases little concern overT physical relation is assumed to p.m. Community Boom, Guar Mothers' Club of Universi- made her home. She had visit- 4 V2 % on savings!

whether the partner may be the of anty Federal Building. versity Women's Club, iO ed here in Gainesville many
greatest degree
... possess
harmed by the experience. intimacy and while this in a.m., Mrs. H. J. Babers, 206 Rights I times when her daughter
"- one WEDNESDAY, September 30
Much Is "Unlove"Much SE 1st Avenue.Gainesville .
Mary lived with Miss Glover
be I wish
true to
sense
of sex today, not only may University of Florida Newcomers
stress that the Junior Woman'sClub Groupr Meet and' was a graduate studentat '
intimacy p =
may .,
T in private lives but on the public Coffee, 10 a.m. and 8 the rr?
of Florida.
Coffee
occur in a congenial conversa 9:15 a.m., Meet- University
1.
screens and printed pages, tion p.m., University Women'sClubhouse ing, 9:30 ajn., Gainesville' The Gainesville Women for M
sunset
at
looking a together 4 ..
-- has not a trace of love. ItT Newberry Road. ,
will hold
Equal Rights
Woman's Club.mURSDA a cov
::: springs from no deep relation- partaking of of a does meal. The Gainesville Bridge Club ,, ered-dish dinner and meetingon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson I Gainesville 1
sense intimacy not
-- ship between the individuals 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Y, October 1 Wednesday at 6:30 at .
arise from p.m. attended the annual
"Z- involved; it respects neither the mere physical contact University City Bridge Waldo Junior High School con- Mutual >f
It is mental rather than Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. vention of the Florida Pro 3
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honor and integrity of the part- Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, PTA, 7:30 p.m., Waldo Junior The business meeting, which fessional Association
= ner nor the standards of socie- physical. 107 NW 15th Terrace. High School, William S. will begin at 7:30will include Photographers BUILDING and .
at the Plaza
.= ty; it has never heard of morality In marriage, sex is but one (Tiny) Talbot, guest speaker. discussions education Cherry LOAN 'ASSOCIATION : ;
of But it THURSDAY, October 1 group on hotel in Orlando over the r
it is not concerned either many relationships.
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with the practical consequences mirrors all the rest. Take this University Women's Club, THURSDAY, October 1 job opportunity, and the medical weekend. Mr. Anderson, new- 217_ N.E. 1st St. ,

nor the impact 1 upon I the personality case from the files of the Fam Evening bridge, 8 p.m., Uni University Women's Club survey report. I ly-elected v i c e-president of Ph. FR 6-6771
or the future happinessof ily Service of Los Angeles: versity Women's Club, New Golf Group, Dutch Treat Members may bring guests. the association, was presented

the partner. It is strictly "un A man and wife came in for their best to adjust! sexually.But Lunch Noon, UF Faculty --. ---
love." counseling because they weren't if their personality adjust- ..0<'' 4'
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'_ Often there is no giving, or getting along. They said noth ment is not good they tend to United Church Women, .,..,.. M. .. ...:".IIe.Y,1. .. ., :o

-- even sharing _- only taking. ing to their counselor about sexual magnify and exaggerate their election of officers,' 9:30 a.m.. ... .-.t.. .../- fashionfabrics
: .
:Studies of promiscuous dissatisfaction but instead sex problems. and 7:30 p.m., Holy Trinity :1.: j
girls have repeatedly shown told of their domestic woes. Expresses PersonalityDr. Episcopal Church. ... ....
-T that they engaged in sex activi- The husband was overdemanding. Robert W. Laidlaw, a I .: .
ties in a merchandising way The wife was inadequate as past president of the American FRIDAY, October 2 : .,. ,,1
had little to Association of Junior Assembly "Frontier P ...
-in return for gifts of jewelry a manager. They Marriage :
=or silk stockings, or to be pop- communicate to one another. Counselors, said to me, "s e x Frolics," 8 to 10:30 p. m., ::

ular) or simply "because that When they did communicate, it may appear on the surface as Gainesville Woman's Club. THE STORE WITH MORE r

IT was what the boy wanted." In was mainly bickering and fault a major cause of marriage fail- FRIDAY, October 2 ,: SHOPPING CENTER .

_- most cases, such girls are emotionally finding. ure. But this is usually not the Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 GAINESVILLE NORTH MAIN STREET ry ,...r

upset, confused, unhap- Patiently over several weeks, sex relationship per se. The a.m., Holiday Inn. 1302 : ....,:
py. In a study of promiscuousgirls they ventilated their grievances marriage failure grows out of SATURDAY, October 3 ..i w. for Fall
in San Francisco, tw 0- and worked through the a personality difficulty betweenthe UF Dames Tea, '3:30 to .. -
thirds had unpleasant feelings kinks in their partnership. They two people which is reflected -
? 5:30: pjn., home of Mrs. J.
.' about their experiences rang- got to appreciate one anotheras in poor sexual adjustment, Wayne Reitz, wife of the Uni- THIS SEASON.THE .ACCENT IS. ON COLOR COORDINATES
.....ing from indifference to shame fellow human beings with but not caused by it."
.-.and.. guilt.Let's the usual potpourri of problems. Sex is an expression of the versity UF of Florida Club President.fall Clear, deep hues subtle textures. More sewing excitement for you: we're
Faculty social
face it. Love and sex, They began to get along much personality. In a childish personality 8:30: to 12:30 pjn., club- ready with dozens of fabric combinations in made for each other colors that

_J: are, of course, related. Sex is a better. One day, weeks later, which is oriented to house, West Newberry Road. can put new zing in everything you wear from blouses and skirts to separates!
-. God-given mode of expression the wife walked in for a chat taking from others rather than SATURDAY, October 3 -. i in
of love between man and wife. with the family service coun- giving, sex also will be so ori Chi Alumnae
'" ,But sex can also be a cheap and selor. In the course of it she I ented. It will be self-centered, Club Alpha Founders'Omega Luncheon r -, JP ,.,, r
Day

'
.. .riliawdry form of exploitation of casually remarked, "By the directed toward the exploitation ,. 12:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. ..,oh..z 'i
.;-one individual by another. It way, our sex relationship is so and use of the partner. In
'I can be the commercial use of much better." the adult personality, sex is UCW To Elect

one individual by another, as They Grow Up associated with giving and

in prostitution. It can be crime, The counselor, in reviewingthe sharing. It thus becomes mutual New OfficersUnited : .rRr a yTfr ..y.R .
'as in rape. case, said to me, "T h a't's I an expression of love. e
-- Thus if the sex act alone is the way it usually is. Coupleswho Next: FAMILY LOVE Church Women in the r a rY
ark4. .7 1'r.
.:=considered, we are nowhere. aren't getting along don't ISN'T EASY Gainesville area have slated rn.. ,4 .

,;-"-The same act can be a sacred mention sex as a problem. At (Copyright, 1964, by Howard two meetings at 9:30 a.m. and'I
:_ expression ,of love or it can bea least, not at first. But when Whitman) 3:30 p.b. on Friday at the Holy I

sordid crime It is not the their total relationship has improved Distributed by The Registerand Trinity Episcopal Church. Elec x ,

act which counts, but the they tell us-and they- Tribune Syndicate .tion of officers will be held. I +> ? r ..
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meaning. The meaning determ- r'e quite happy and vibrant pEr > ..1f*:
ines whether the partners are about it that they're so much At .
making love or un-love. more attracted to each other >

Intimacy the Essence physically. : .
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Take a married cou- What's happened is they've w' : ; t
young '' ... i .
_* pie who deeply love one another grown up a little more in their :' 1 r.r'a 3

,- By their sex relationship in emotional attitudes, in their abilities '

:.* marriage they express their to relate to one another; CANNON ,. "....: :- ..4. > r7 i r,%kY ., :Y-'y'/ 'r.4Y.TLrH r /r M Nl./rr ri//
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Gainesville Sunofuesday, September 1*, it>4

Calendar Of Events1'

SolemnizedMiss _
Nuptials ,1
-
of Interest
News
Special TODAY, September 28 RecreatTonXehler.GaiaejSYillft. : .

. Susan Rita Anderson, Mrs. J. L. Pagano, Harrison,' ing, Titusville; Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Gamma Delta .3lPse Society, 8pjn.
Room, Guaranty
1 Colored daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Barney W. R. Wentz, Crescent City; Alumnae Club, Dinner Meet- Community Federal !Building.
To the Community G. H. Anderson, and Joseph Dykes, Columbia, S.C.; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ogle and ing, 7:30 pan., Mrs. Roy E.

David Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis, Edmund, Mrs. Bill Jackson Jackson- Tew, 1303 NW 31st Street. WEDNESDAY, September 30
News items for this page should be submitted: to Colored News Editor Ben F. Childs. Mrs. Dorthan Thomas of Brooker S.C.Mrs. ville; Mrs. Ophelia Andersonand Soroptimist, Registrar's Of- University of Florida Newcomers -

., 526 NW 8th St. by mail, or by phone at FR 65753. Do not send news directly to the Gainesville were married Saturday A. J. Amic, Batesburg, Mrs. Willie Brazelle, West fice, Court House.Gainesville I Coffee, 10 ajn. and 8

-==- San office. evening at the Oak Park Baptist S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Starl, Columbia S.C. Bridge Club p.m.. University Women's

:- I' I Church. --- 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. Clubhouse, Newberry Road.

; L ;z.r""',+,< TUES AILING COLORED IN HOSPITALThe Rev. Joe Hough performedthe Women Executive 4:30: Board p.m.,, meet Little i n g 7:30 Gainesville pjn., Holiday Bridge Inn. Club ,
before an altar Ill 001 0 ED f n
ceremony
ail- m followed by dinner, Mrs. Sam University City BridgeClub
# ing in the following Alachua persons General,are Hospital -adorned with white gladioli and Goethe, hostess, Gwynn Oaks. ; 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall,
palms.
> ,. : James Rowe and James TUESDAY, September 29 107 NW 15th Terrace.

Ivory. Nuptial music was presentedby University of Florida New- THURSDAY, October 1

Mrs. Elbert Hough, organist comers Coffee, 10 a.m., and University Women's Club,

CARD OF THANKSThe and W. H. Simmons, soloist THE f ffl In llLY Y 8 p.m., University Women's Evening bridge 8 p.m., Uni-
members of the Triumph Clubhouse, Newberry Road. versity Women's, Club, New-
Road.
8
Church wish to thank Mrs. Kate Merrysteppers p.m., City berry
Given in marriage by her
Sims for sponsoring Youth
father[ the bride wore a white I
-- Day at the church on last Dance Art Classes
satin gown featuring a full skirt
Mrs. Louise C. Brown,
Sunday.
CX r.6 : and a short train, made by her
,y2 y reporter. mother.Her veil of illusion fell ftW4J Planned by Rec CenterRegistration I

+ I from a satin headpiece, and
2>
NOTICE she wore an orchid corsage. for chi i Idren's Classes have been slated a fall
.: s6. t The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Sisters AttendantsMrs. ballroom dancing and art classes series to begin on October 24

will meet Saturday, Oct. 3, at Leon Herring, sister of TUESDAY, September 29 las grandmother of the bride- at the Gainesville Recrea- at the Recreation Center.
at the home of Mrs.P. .
I 3:30
p.m. Classes will be held for a period -
this week.A
>s a: the bride, was matron of hon- tion Center will open
> Pre nuptial honor- elect, 1014 NE Fifth Terrace.
AH'r supper
L. Scott, directress, of 614 or. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Beginning Ballroom Danc- of 8 weeks, highlighted by
r SW 3rd Street. ing Miss Ann Gracy and her SATURDAY, October 3 for and art show during the last
( Frank Webb, sister of the bride- ing program boys girlsin ,an
j The dues are paid in full during groom, and Mrs. Ben Barron. fiance, Capt. John Herbert Luncheon complimenting i the sixth seventh and eighth class.

the meeting. Miss A. L. Miss Diane Delotte was brides- Eliot, Mansfield, Ohio, 7 p.m. Miss Frances Jones, fianceeof grades has been scheduled. Instructors for the course are
Simmons, president; Mrs. P. L. maid. Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Mur- Donald Moore Giles of Classes will be held on Monday Mrs. Hugh C. Davis, a graduate
\ I State College -
and of Austin Peay
Tuesday Wednesdayfrom
Scott, reporter. and their WalterA.
i i g i The attendants wore blue: phree son, Lynchburg Va., 12:30 p.m., 3:45 to 4:45: p.m., at the and Mrs. Robert Jessup.

r: M CARD OF THANKS dresses, made by the bride's Murphree Jr., 1040 NE Miss Louisa Bohannon of Or- Recreation Center. The class is offered for sec-
mother, accessories and cor- Fifth Terrace., Mrs. Benjamin Leavitt will be ond through sixth grade stu
,.".'F'.. .''' Mrs. Caroline Filer wishes to i lando and Gainesville, Tower -
sages of pink roses. instructor for the program., dents, and the fee is $4.
House.
THURSDAY, October 1Prewedding
i thank her friends for honoring
many i Dorthan Thomas served his Registration for class will be A second session is scheduledto
her at a surprise party son as best man. Ushers were supper fet- Brunch for MurpheySpivey held Tuesday and Wednesday at begin January 16, followedby
.I at the Hopewell Baptist Wayne Anderson and John An- ing Miss Ann Gracy and her wedding party and out of the Recreation Center. The fee a third session on March 20.

I Church on Sept. 19. derson, brothers of the bride, fiance, Capt. John Herbert town guests, 11:30 ajn., Mr. for 12 lessons will be $6. Registration for class begins

The following guests were and Gene Thomas and Kenny Eliot, Mansfield, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. William T. Arnett, The Childrens Fine Arts today.
i
: < and Mrs. Ernest Burch and
Ray Thomas, brothers of the 2105 NW Third Place. .
Deacon Frazier Filer
,
present:
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cox of
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Rev.[ S. M. Daniels, Rev. and bridegroom. Lakeland at the Burch's Brunch honoring GracyEliot MR. 4%%

Mrs. S. J. Simpson, and daughter Cecilia Coleman was flower home on Lake Geneva. wedding party and out of
.Bucky's AdaptingGlancing Rev. and Mrs. C. J. John- girl and Stephen White was town guests 11 a.m., Dr. and
son, Rev. I. N. Jones Rev. A. ring bearer. Bridesmaids luncheon Mrs. Edwin A. Andrews, 805
over some of the hundreds of letters of Odom, Deacon and Mrs. William feting Miss Ann Gracy, bride- NE Fifth Avenue.
., _.:- cheer he has received, 7-year-old James (Bucky) Ryes Sr., and children The bride's mother wore a elect of Capt. John Herbert
Welch is reported making a rapid recovery from an Mother Eady Deacon and Mrs. blue lace dress, matching accessories Eliot of Mansfield Ohio 1 Reception 4 p.m., follow- Daddyo, I can'tbe
accident that claimed both of his arms. A Louisville LeRoy Robinson, Mrs. Quincy and a pink rose cor- p.m., Mrs. William G. Nick- ing the wedding of Miss Ann satisfied with less
he is "adapting wonderfully." The Ham and her Moore Gracy, daughter of
hospital reports Marks Mrs. Agnes Gordon and sage. The bridegroom's mother daughters, Mrs.
=: boy reached beneath the wheels of a train to get grandson, Mrs. Ora M. Graham chose pink lace dress matching David Cofrin, Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. L. Cecil Gra- when G.M.B.L. pays

:: .==. a puppy when the train lurched forward. On wall Mrs. Mamie Long, Mrs. accessories, and a corsage of Goforth of Ocala and Mrs. cy, and Capt. John Herbert 4 V2 % on savings!
is autographed picture Mickey :Mantle. Jack Harris of 0 r J a ndo. Eliot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elvie Williams, Mrs. Clara pink roses.
-- Gainesville Golf and Coun- John Henry Eliot of Mans-
Clark and Mrs. Mar-
daughter deception Follows try Club.FRIDAY. field, Ohio, at the homeof
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS NAACP MEETING Smith, Mrs. Gloria Parker
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the a reception -
Following ceremony the bride's parents, 314
.":.... Mt. Carmel Baptist There I The NAACP Meeting will beheld and children, Mrs. Ruby was given in the church October 2 NE Fourth Avenue.
-.-, will be mid-week Meditation on the ground floor of the Kimball and Mrs. Minnie Stewart hall. Rehearsal dinner honor- I
Services today, 7:30 p.m.; Mt. Carmel Baptist Church on Mrs. Gladys Mae Johnson, ing Miss Edwinna Murphey, Wedding of Miss Martha

;,"Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 Wednesday at 8 p.m. reporter. The bride chose a two-piece and their son, Verley J. Spi- Edwinna Murphey, daughterof Gainesville
Choirs will white dress and matching accessories Dr. and Mrs. Milledge Mur-
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-- pjn., and also the vey 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs.
==' have their rehearsal 8 pjn.; BUSINESS MEETING for her traveling en Verley T. Spivey of Jack phey Jr., and Verley Jemoine
There will be a business meet- semble.Mr. Spivey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mutual
:-::- 7:30 p.m., and also Business UCW Elect sonville, Thomas Hotel.
at the New Salem Baptist To T. of Jackson-
and the Choirs ing Verley Spivey I and
8 BUILDING
meeting, pjn.; and Mrs. Thomas will
rehearsal Church on Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. Rehearsal dinner h o nor- ville, 4 p. m., First Presby- .
"I1 will again have their home at 1132 NE LOAN ASSOCIATION
make their
Rev. T. A. Rev. C. J. Johnson, pastor; New OfficersUnited ing Miss Ann Gracy and her terian Church. Wedding sup- 'II
Friday, 7:30 p.m. Sixth Avenue after a wedding 217 N.E. 1st St.
fiance, Capt. John Herbert
for bridal and
Mrs. Esther W. Mrs. P. L. Scott reporter. per party put
*-Wright, pastor; Church Women in the trip.Out Eliot of Mansfield, Ohio, 7 of town guests, 6 p.m., Prim- I Ph. FR 6-6771 -'
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._.. Hamm, reporter ANNIVERSARYThe Gainesville area have slated of town guest present for p.m., Mrs. William G. Nick- rose Inn by, bride's parents. I
Bartley Temple Methodist Uniform Company LodgeNo. two meetings at 9:30 ajn. and the wedding were: Mr. and

All members of Ushers' Board 113 will celebrate its an- :30 pan on Friday at the Holy Mrs. James White, Columbia:

( 1 No. 1 are asked to attend a niversary Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Trinity Episcopal Church. Elec- S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Senn, .. t."...
special call meeting tomorrow, 8 at the Shade Grove tion of officers will be held. West Columbia, S. C.; Mr. anc! ,.:
pjn.
Business of importance -- : fashionfabrics
8 p.m. Primitive Baptist Church. ..: : :
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discussed. Transportatron -
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A well planned
program
will be provided by calling scheduled. Horn-Kirkland
.*"_ FR 2-3183. James C. Watson,
Each member is asked to pay
\ president $1. Charlie Ross captain;
!.T'Archer Church of God in
Mrs. W. M. Nelson, chairmanMrs. Nuptials Announced
= _Christ-Church School 10 ajn.; P. L. Scott reporter. MORE
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;z morning worship 11:30 a.m. Tli6 STORE WITH ,
s SHOPPING CENTER ,
"JT Young People's Willing Work- CONVALESCINGMrs. Dr. and Mrs. Granville C. She was attended by her GAINESVILLE

[1 -=. ers' Meeting, 6:30 pjn.; and Estelle DeBose who is Horn whose marriage took sister, Miss Jennifer Shad- 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ? ,;

-_ evening worship, 8:30: p.m.; EIder ill at her home on N.W. 8th place September 18 in the rick, as maid of honor. Miss for Fall'Roman
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Days, pastor. Street was reported as improving. University Met hodist Shadrick wore a green taffeta -
Side Church of God in Church have returned fol-
East dress, matching accessories
.- Christ-Church School, 10 ajn.; lowing a wedding trip to Phil- and a purple orchid,, cor- THIS SEASON THE ACCENT IS. ON COLOR COORDINATES
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worship 11:30.; and adelphia.Rev. .
morning
MEETING SET Clear deep hues subtle textures. More sewing excitement for : we'reready
worship, 7 Elder sage.William you
.::::evening pjn. The Parent-Teacher Associa-
Thaxton Springfield of- H. Jones Jr.
".. J. C. Carter pastor. tion of Williams Elementary, was with dozens of fabric combinations in "made for each other" colors that
ficiated for the nuptial cere- best man for the bridegroom.
.... School will hold its initial meet- mony, which took place in Following the ceremony, a can put new zing_in everything you wear from blouses_ and skirts to separates!

--PARADISE. NEWS ing at the school today at 8 p.m. the presence of close friends reception was held at the -
.' Revival Meetings Close The parents, patrons, teachers and relatives.The home of Mr. and Mrs. PerryC. ; -ri ;
.. -_ The revival meetings, which and friends of education are bride, formerly Mrs. Moore.
:: began Sept. 21 at the St. Luke asked to be present. Mrs. Hel- Edwina Shadrick Kirk land, t }

..came to a close on Sept. 27 en Peterson, president; G. T. i is the daughter of Mr. and Dr. Horn was graduatedfrom ,
-:.-and were successful. Cook, principal. Mrs. H. E. Shadrick of At- the University of Flor
LAKE BUTLER NEWSAppreciation ida, where he also receivedhis
PERSONALSMrs. Services lanta.The bridegroom is the son doctorate. A member of :j c'fY''n c-;

Alberta J. Smith, of The appreciation services given of Mr. and Mrs. Orbie Horn the U of F Agriculture fac- ?' 'fr'o 49 Hz
-Tampa, is guest of her sister in honor of Rev. Cliffton of Gainesville.The ulty, he is a turf specialist.The + ? w tij.4

::Mrs. Minnie Young here for a'' Simmons pastor of Hope Well bride wore an egg shell bride is employed as ; 4 -

.-week. A.M.E. Church last week were silk suit, matching accessories secretary to O. P. Wells.
Miss Mary Baker and Miss. successful and the attendancewas and an white orchid The couple will establish a i c.

Jane Williams, both of__Deland_nO .! good. Mrs. Willie Mae Per- corsage. home at 3805 SW Fifth Place. : ::4 ; .Ir,
reporter.
ry :
were guests of Miss WilHams'relatives A+
in the University City -
NOTICE At
the past weekend. The Jerusalem Baptist Asso-

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns ciation will convene at the St. 4. s'sl
and son, Jim, all of New York Matthew Baptist Church with r
City, arrived in Gainesville yes- Rev. J. L. Middleton, pastor, i y

_terday as guests of Mrs. Burns' Sept. 30-Oct 4 at Alachua. CANNONTOWELS { v .
-relatives for a fortnight ALACHUA NEWS r" pr: ,, y6y

'Mrs. Sarah Hall and young The 16th annual session of ... .."f.r!
of Miami, flew -' J Rib Cotton Corduroy In Luscious Jewel
daughter, Jane, the Community Benefit Society,
brief visit which 25 at the l CANNON Tones1 5 9
here yesterday on a began Sept
It's a big season for corduroy!! Feel this luxurious 7-wale ribbed texture.
Helen West left yester- Mt. Nebo Methodist Church
Mrs.
1 jumpers, full skirted shirt dresses, lightweight jackets. 45" wide-cut .
day for Atlanta, Ga., because of here, came to a close on Sept.
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DEAR ABBY: What, would you think' about a girl who tie boy who.had better_ take orders from his mother, or else, I PLEASE ADMITW, \ .IS-UGM.- THERE'S NO PROOF THEM // US ADMITTING NURSES Y SEE

t told you she was sorry she,couldn't go to':a, certain dance. he'd'. probably .sail right ,through the chores without gripe. '9 ADMITTIN'NURS1ry0R KALREADV THtyUEGOT'AN1CKEl, HAVE HEARTS AS BIG AS ALL _-< THAT//
with you because she didn't. have anything! ;to wear, and J"S THARGORN-DISHUN / HOPE-! BETWEEN THEM OUTDOORS!

then she showed up at the dance i with another guy?, DEAR ABBY:" My' wife reads your column every day and I* WILL SOON BE P1a

v JUST WONDERING 'I read.it when she makes me. We have been having an argument MOPEL.E.SS -' ,

i DEAR WONDERING:: If she*showed,, up, without- ,a dress, about something I hope you can settle for ,us. How = II m

I r I'd believe her *" should a woman wear her wedding rings? My, wife puts on < J

her diamond engagement ring first, and her wedding band
DEAR.ABBY: Our son.is. 18.,He ,is 6 feet tall and weighs right next to it I say she is wearing them backwards that = '

190 pounds. He has good character and has worked after her diamond goes on her finger AFTER her wedding band.I 6 fyE >;
school and on week-enda, ever since, he was 16.: He bought that of .
have even pointed out I see 99 out 100 women wearing W'S '
himself a car and pays the upkeep and insurance himself.He (
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their rings that way. But my wife says THEY are wear- Np
also buys his own,,clothes. His father and I have just
ing theirs backwards, anti she knows she is right becausea I ? '
started our own business ,and I work every day ,so we won't woman gets her diamond first and it should be put on
f have to hire a cashier. I also like to keep my home nice, so
the Please in the
first, before wedding ring. put your reply
I do all my heavy housework on the week-ends in addition ; A DADBURN WHAT DIDSAMANTHy A DADBURN AST TH'SCHOOLMA'RM '
and paper. "C'MINUS 'A" PLUS TO SET fVE 9EHINDGITONYORE
to the regular washing ironing. = WHAT DID VE
When I tell my son to scrub the bathroom and kitchen BIG JOHN EcrI'J GIT? SAMANTHV _

floors and to wash the windows and woodwork, he gets DEAR JOHN: Even though' the diamond Is usually pres- 'RITHMATICTESTTODAY rf -' 3 ,
real ugly and says that's, MY job, not HIS. We have had ented to the girl first, the wedding ring should be placed on = JUGHAID? r1 --

r some very hot battles over this Am I wrong to demand that the finger first. Diamonds 'may be a girl's best friend -

:' a healthy 18-year-old son help me? but that simple little round ring is placed nearer the heart.

I TIRED MOTHER *

I DEAR TIRED: Your son sounds like ,a good boy ,who CONFIDENTIAL TO "NEEDS TO KNOW IN MANKATO,

would probably give you a hind with the heavy work if you MINNESOTA: You 'can find out how old she really is from i 9 Z9r

asked Mm-not told him. Teen-agera become hostile and negative the Bureau of Vital Statistics in the city of her birth, but I

I when commands are fired at them. If you were to make would not consider marrying a woman whose "real" ageI -

him feel like a man whose help you needed rather than a lit had to learn in that manner.Hi .
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WASHINGTON APPresi-throat was hoarsened by 'five Johnson said that Goldwater, less abroad and ,heartless at Johnson said: "This state gaveto

I dent Johnson, responding, to formal speeches ,and at least former Vice President Richard home. the nation one of the greatest
The CampaignMiller wildly enthusiastic receptions in two dozen impromptu:talks. M,Nixon and New York Gov. The President made his final: statesmen in history.,
e often-Republican sections of The New England tow defi Nelson A. Rockefeller "have all
New England, has pictured nitely was,in the,political'category suggested at one point or another speech from a cu-roo-f about 2am. He followed up this referenceto
after visiting Kennedy in the late John P.
himself as topping Barry Gold- ,..despite,appearances at.a ,the wisdom and possibility of Kennedy by
water in support of GOP programs couple of nonpolitical functions. going north hi.Viet Nam." New England Baptist Hospital. saying, "I've done everything I
Says Considers Facing several hundred spec- know how to carry out his wishes -
Barry during the Eisenhower This afternoon,Johnson ,will hit: Johnson, said: "I want to be tators, many of them nurses, and ideals.
Foes B'endEvery I administration. the trail,again ,-' this time making very, cautious" ,in dropping .
Johnson made this claim partof an,official flight to'tJ e pn aha bombs that would" involve our Advertisement

a concerted _appeal for Re- headquarters of the StrategicAir boys in' Asia with 700 million
Way Post for NixonABOARD publican votes during a 20-hour Command with Manlio Chinese We're not going north Asthma Formula Prescribed

tour of the six New England Brosio, the and bombs at this stage,of
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Pres- new secretarygeneral drop '
ident Johnson and his running I states. This journey was capped of the North Atlantic Treaty the game and we're not going Most-By DoctorsAvailableNow
GOLDWATER and "other
mate "seem to have a policy experienced leaders early today by a visit to, the Organization.: south and run out and let the
TRAIN ,(AP) Sen. Barry seasoned inworld affairs" before Without PrescriDtion
and program for everyone" as he Boston bedside of Sen. EdwardM. Johnson, :in picturing himselfas Communists take over.
travel about the' Goldwater, thinking about Rich- appointed anyone to'the Kennedy, .D-Mass., who is a better-than-Goldwater The President went on to -
they country, office ,of secretary of state supporter say Stops Attacks in Minutes.. Relief Lasts for Hours
William Miller said ard M. Nixon as a possible secretary recuperating from airplane of that it's easier, to start a .. ...).
Reju E. secretary of defense or "other Republican programs war "- ....N.T.( pwhl)-The asthma -in tiny tablets called Pri t
Monday night, but "they don't of ,state if he wins the critical national crash injuries.The during the administration' of than ,stop one, adding, "I know. formula prescribed mars than any These Primatene Tablets' .pea.
security posts"Wagner ether doctors for their private tubes loosen concestion,
bronchial
White House, headed his cam- by
I seem ,to really have a principle said he President, who saw several President Dwight D. ,Eisenhower some folks I think would start patients is now available to asthma relieve taut nervous tension. All
anYwhere." paign down the whistiestop arranged the hundred thousand cheering referred directly to his GOP, one mighty easy." sufferers without prescription. without painful injections.
track special interview for the four Medical tests proved this formula
In a round of speeches Mon- today. with Goldwater who has not welcomers during the trip, re rival for the first time duringthe Time and again, Johnson bid stops asthma attacks in minutes and The medicines secret Primatene(in full prescription combinesS

day, Miller accused the Democratic The Republican presidential held a formal news conference turned ,to the White House at campaign. for Republican votes in his for- fives hours of painful of freedom asthma from spasms.This recurrence strength) found most effective i*
nominees of adjustingtheir nominee rolled into Ohio aboarda 4:22 a.m. with a cut hand, a combination for asthma distress.
since the start of his active Facing chanting supporters at mal speeches at Providence, formula is so effective that: .
special
views to suit the prevailing 17-car campaign special to hoarse throat and a good feeling the Hartford Conn. Portland it is the physician's leading asthma I Each performs a purpone.So
campaign. Burlington, Vt., airport, R.I.; ; prescription-so safe when used as look forward to sleep at night
political winds in the locality make at Marietta the first of 35 about his receptions in the far Johnson ad-libbed that when he Maine, Burlington and Man- directed that now it can be sold-! and freedom from asthma spasms
they.happen to be visiting. speeches scheduled on his five- Goldwater his will be doing mostof northeastern corner of the na- was Senate' Democratic leader,I chester.He without prescription ia most states I Get Pnmatene at U7 dmjttor

Comparing GOP presidential day, three-state swing after from the campaigning this week tion.Johnson's he "supported'the Republican I told his Burlington audience -
nominee Barry Goldwater and saying the GOP ticket probablywill rear platform of his hand was cut by the president and the ,Republican "In November, when you

President Johnson, Miller said remain the underdog campaign is heart special.with Mounted on it fingernails of well-wishers who party and the Republican program go to that ballot box, you are ARE THEY

a l:'ah i ,airport rally in Oklahoma through the whole campaign.He your a heart you the know legend he's"In grabbed for it during the chief more,. .than my oppo- going to do what you think is

City, that: keynoted it by accusing I right""I executive's'repeated forays into nent in this race." best for your country, ,and thatis
-'l: would rather have a man President Johnson of seeking surging, roaring, crowds. TheQUEEN'S Later, addressing editors of what I want you to do."

in'.this; day and age who is elected election with taxpayers',money.As know" we are still the un- '.. weekly newspapers at Man- Time and again, he contendedthat
derdogs, Goldwater declared
because of what he
president chester, N.H., the President the Republican party has
believes in because he has ,thecourage he prepared for his fourth before he pulled out of Washington GOAT 1
''QUEBEC AP A second made another off-the-cuff ref been captured by fringe factions
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of his convictions, rather week of campaigning, Gold- Monday,night. "We'll proba- ( -
has for- goat from Queen Elizabeth's erence to Goldwater -this time that, if put in power, would
.than some man who changes water said he already bly be the underdogs right up to
hU,opinion every week in ord Vice President Nixon in Election Day, but the campaignis herd has arrived to become mas- by name. promise a government "reck- ANTS O TERMITES

to-'get votes wherever he ermind as the chief foreign affairs moving and moving well right! cot of the Royal 22nd Regiment.r
Batisse II replaces Batisse I i I
pens to be." official of a new Republican -now. It pays to be sure! Termites cause millions of dollars of
Miller flew from Oklahoma administration.Nixon Goldwater told a rain-soaked who died after watching over i NOTICE! WE WILL BE damage to structures annually. A thorough inspection by a

-City to St. Louis late Monday himself sendoff at Union Station the changing of the citadel trained expert is often necessary to discover their presence
rally
who -
proclaimed : '
guard since 1955. Batisse IF fac- because by nature the termite, works in seclusion.
His schedule in St. Louis "Our campaign is turned and
night neutral in the preconvention Closed Wed. AfternoonAND
es 18 months of basic training FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES
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called for a speech, a television competition for the presi- the turn is up." before he'll be ready for duty. i. :

Interview and a news confer- dential nomination, plans to He said President Johnson is .
:ence before leaving for Hutchinson campaign for Goldwater next "burning up taxpayers' money (ADVERTISEMENT) ALL DAY THURS. LOltlDA -

Kan. month. a mile a minute campaigningall FOR ANNUAL INVENTORY

;;The GOP candidate addresseda Paul F. Wagner, the Arizona over the country." DO FALSE TEETH I We will reopen for business ..os'usual i 0 EST
of 700
full house Republicans senator's press secretary, said In Cincinnati tonight, the GOP Rock. Slide or Slip .
I October 2nd
: and received Friday morning,
in
:Oklahoma City o o.NTI.OL
Goldwater told four reporters in nominee will deliver a nationally FASTEETH. an Implored powderto Phons:
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come. was "thinking about appointingNixon. the way, he will take his place. Do not slide, slip or rock. LIDDELL a CHMICALCOMPAHY!
Miller remained aloof from No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or
." Nixon was not availablefor message to voters in Marietta, feenng.FASTEETHlaalkaUne(nonacid CO.
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about topics that included Mrs.! Goldwater promised at a Re-

Johnson's financial holdings.I publican leaders' meeting last .-
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1 i JOE HALBERSTEIN always noted for rugged defense -bruzzo and flanker Doug Mon

SteadilyHow Son Sports Editor held Rice to just one! eau, playing' wide end in the

: Florida may sport,a new of- trip across mid-field in the en- pro offense. ,

o .: ensive look Saturday 'night tire game.In Top Linemen

when it takes on unbeaten Lou- addition, the Tigers' pro- Up front are such known .,

\does "that commercial go again? Something ,aboutseparating s;. i p'ys isiana State in cavernous Tiger style offensive clicked for 19 LSU stalwarts as Rem Prud-

the men from the boys? k W{ T i.F Stadium in. Baton Rouge. first downs and more than 300 I homme, one of the Southeastern

t yards rushing and passing. LSU! Conference's best linemen;
That's the' situation exactly in front of the Gators this Although Gator coach Ray bogged down on fumbles whenin tackle Chuck Simmons and Er-
weekend LSU man-sized, formidable and favored. Graves, still basking in the glowof
striking territory.The nie Maggiore, guard David
,*\ Florida's dramatic 15-13 win
And, believe it ,or not, Florida. 2-0 as fans, hoped they over Mississippi State and a Tigers will be led by Pat Strange; center Ruffin Rod- .

r. would vbe at. this stage of things. still has not really playedup 2-0 team record, has not stated Screen, the fancy quarterback.He rigue, all tested stars. i.
missed last In addition Gator fans will
year's game ,
to capabilities. definitely that a change is t
, !. here and LSU won anyway, 140. see 6-5, 2>>pound end Billy Mas-
would be sur
forthcoming it no.

The Gators have been a scrambling, ungambling team prisetosee this backfield inaction Helping Screen are fullback Don ters, the successor to huge Billy

for two games. The ,only signs of a "take-charge" look have ....__--.,.-.-........- r ..aaicr,' .... ." against LSU: Schwab and halfback Joe La- Traux of last year.
occurred in the Mississippi State game, (twice), .
Quarterback, sophomore Steve
One appeared in Florida's 89-yard push to asecondquarter AP Wlrephoto to'the Sin) Spurrier; halfbacks, senior Lar-

score ;for a 10-7 halftime lead. The Gators were re- THREE PLAYERS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR TEXAS',NO. 1 RATINGLR ry Dupree and junior Jack Har- Vaught Thinks

lentless in that surge, consuming two seconds over nine minutes ( ) Fullback Harold Phillip, Guard Tommy Nobis, Tailback Ernie Key per; fullback, sophomore John ,

in going 81 yards on 18 plays. Feiber.

The other came, in the dying seconds when sophomre Uncommon Ability
Notre Dame Comes Out '- Spurrier ,has shown uncom- About Houston
quarterback Steve Spurrier ran the "two-minute" offense successfully mon ability, to get the Gators
!In.Bob field effort.
Lyle's winning goal
culminating
,' .. 9 < moving in his' appearances ,this I
season. This does not mean senior 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

1 ,Did It in Seconds Of Its Five-Year ComaBy signal-caller Tom Shannonis The possibility of another 1 umeaste r 1 '
out of the picture. The vet-

I have to agree with head coach Ray Graves' statement eran from Miami is having his set weighs on the mind of 11

that Spurrier worked the two-minute plan just the way the DICK COUCH best year and has led the Ga- sissippi football coach ;:; J JI
Vaught, whose team lost its.
coaches draw it on the blackboard. Associated Press Sports Writer tors on the most sustained
1 rating in collegiate ranks
drives against SMU and State.
After all,' he had only 40 seconds to do the two-minute Ara Parseghian doesn't be- the hands of Kentucky last I
lieve Spurrier runs and jast clothes Monday. Alabama
in tim It took passes
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marking
when two full minutesare 27 to 21. '
offense: of urday
It's enough a handicap Says
bit better than Shannon. And Paul
a Bryant
him only 60 minutes to snap says,
available:. Notre Dame out of a fiveyearcoma. his valuable punting makes hima "We took a real beating but very impressed with

handy fellow to have in the hope we learned a lesson. They have a good kick- \I

The Irish havn't had a win- game. ton appears every bit as play a lot of people

.0: ning football season since 1958 Feiber impressed with a pairof dable as Kentucky." big."

they were 2-7 last year- but bull-like smashes at the State Rouge, coach Charlie

rr they're off to a flying start tinder line late in the game to help At Lexington, the put the LSU Tigers

now coach Parseghian and maneuver the ball close enoughfor Wildcats held a light drill a workout in sweat togs,

it shows up in the national rank- Bob Lyle's tying field goalat made preparations for conducted his regular .
day's meeting with
ings.Notre Tuesday, September 29, 1964 2:32.: member of the top 10, review of all phases of '
Dame rode last Saturday's If Feiber goes at fullback, Du- game.
will switch halfback. ranked Auburn. The
pree to Op.posing
31-7 romp over favored out of the Ole
came Miss
... Wisconsin into ninth place defenses have keyed on
with serious .
Off ibelr showing against SMU and Mississippi State, strict- among major-college elevens in the ace Gator runner in two no injuries.The

ly onpaper: now, the,Gators, would .not figure to win ,any The Associated Press' first games to the extent that he Auburn Tigers heard I SpurrierFlorida's i !

of the big games on their,schedule, 'namely, LSU, Ole Miss, regular-season poll of sports has been slowed to 59 yardsin scouts report *n Kentucky

Alabama or Auburn. writers and broadcasters. 3 Teams Must 19 carries. a brief workout in sweat : ;
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value is
Dupree's blocking
Meanwhile, Texas, given lukewarm Monday. The team is
There's a joker in all this, though. It has to do with tremendous to the offensive to work against I

continued improvement, sophomores gaining experience, the support in preseasonballoting backfire also.
plays today in both
normal buildup of attitude and morale that comes only with despite its 1963 national Richbourg Stars Top Back
and offensive scrimmages..
r championship, reclaimed the Win Them All
victories. Graves has praise again for
top spot. The Longhorns 00
blanked Texas Tech 23-0 .and lineman Bill Richbourg, by far Dangerous Team (AP-Steve

Waiting for a ChanceMany climbed from fourth to first the top Gator front line playerfor Bulldogs The University face South of sophomore quarter

place. In NL ChaseBy the two games. Richbgyjg the Florida Gators, is
of the little things the UF coaching staff has workedon Ambushed : had 10 tackles and three assists Saturday and coach of the week for the
rates the
this fall, defensively, have not come into! play in the Both Mississippi and Oklaho- against! State. And many of_his Dooley Gamecocks Florida.
a dangerous team.
:. tackles came in critical situa- Says
'right manner as yet .I' ma, Nos. 1 and 2 in the preseason MIKE RATHET 'the Pirates' veteran hurler, Bob tions. One of his best efforts was "We have a lot of respect in'S directed the Gators'

I'm thinking specifically of the hours spent on goal line poll, were ambushed and Associated Press Sports Writer Friend, 12-18. to toss. quarterbackAshyCookfor their quarterback, Dan victory over Mississippi
- dumped from the top ten. Ken- Dick Sisler. Johnny Keane. i The Phillies and Cardinals completing 11 of
19
defense this fa1LAgalnsi ,, a 20-yard loss in the third ALSo, we have to play them pass !
tucky surprised Ole Miss 27-21 Gene Mauch. who now have reeled off six Columbia. In .the past, six times for a 42.8
SMU sub quarterback Donnie Oeflinger rolled out and Southern California, one of Three .One i victories period. and
'- managers. straight resume with Florida will spend much time hasp't'done too well up average > moving the
and in from the nine-yard line so easily that it was shock Notre Dame's 1963 victims, took thought:. Wm them all.. 'Ray,Sadecki, 19-10, expected to again on offense this week. LSU Mississippi State 'coach 23 yards in 30 seconds to I

ing. Against Mississippi State, the 77 and 40-yard springs by. over the runner-up spot by "Five more victories and start for St. Louis. Dennis Ben- Davis still has injury the last-second field goal (

halfback Marcus Rhoden not only were shocking, they hardly trouncing the Sooners 4014. we're the National League nett, 12-13, has been tapped to Seven regulars are on the Lyle. .

figure under the heading of goal line defense. The Trojans actually outdrew champions," said Sister of the halt:the Phillies' amazing nose- Tensi ful list for Saturday Hairston, president of \
Keeps.Narrow
Texas 17-14 in first-place ballots first-place Cincinnati Reds. dive.
LSU, which has camped on the scoring doorsteps ofboth game against Tennessee Sports Writers As- r

Texas A :& M and Rice, may put the many ,practice hours_ but the Longhorns came out on "Five games left to play ilwe Race ResumesThe Memphis. Davis put his and sports editor of I
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virtue of twice as many lose we're in trouble;.
test this weekend. top by one, American League race Lead riddled squad through a Journal, an- I
to severe runner-up votes. Texas amassed said Keane :of' the second-place also resumes with Detroit in- workout in sweat clothes the choice. I

This is a Gator football team that an onlooker can't help 395 points to 357 for USC and I St. Louis Cardinals. vading New York for a twi-night day and then brought them was the quarterback .

but admire. It is getting the job done in varied ways. and 347 for third-place Illinois. "We still have four: games left doubleheader with the first- In OffenseTALLAHASSEE doors rather than continue of Florida's 71 offensive ,

with a flock of players figuring. The Illini, hard-pressed before I think it'd be a pretty good place Yankees. Baltimore and ticing in the rain. handling all but three of- ::

defeating California 20-14( in idea if we won them all," said Chicago, both three games
Boiled down, the old saw about "stopping Larry: Dupreeand (AP-Steve At Knoxville, Tennessee plays after the first ;
their opener, and fifthrankedOhio Mauch of the third-place Phila- back, are at home to Washington -
stop Florida," is being minimized to the extent Tensi, Florida State Univer- Doug Dickey worked the Vols
you '
that future UF opponents may not be willing to risk puttingall State, 27-8 victory over delphia Phillies. and Los Angeles'respective- sity's vaunted quarterback, re- the rain, brushing up on sophomore's most sensa-
Southern Methodist In its debut, Mauch, however, had to add: ly. I.
their defensive eggs in one basket tained a slim lead in total of- and reviewing the kicking contributions came in the
were the only teams to hold "We've won four in a row a Only one other was
in
short drill.
game fense among the state's collegiate a Florida had used
SMU and State did a yeoman job on: the Gator fullbackas their original positions. Ala- lot more than we've lost eight played 'in the majors Monday, football players the 1964 Tulane Studying its time-outs, but Spurrier
individual efforts on offense are concern bama jumped from sixth to
far as Dupree's traighl"At the Los Angeles Dodgers edgingthe
I season entered its third week. five passes in 30 seconds
Tulane has
ed. But the name of the game is "win". and the UF captain fourth, Navy from 10th to sixth Hands of Cards Chicago Cubs 21. Tensi slid somewhat as a re- begun three completions to
Duke offensive and
and team play, is more than holding and Auburn from eighth to sev-
a tiger on blocking No. 8 came Monday night at But the spotlight was at St. sult of intercepted passes duringthe formations in preparation for end Charles Casey-

his own in the overall success picture.I enth. the hands of the Cardinals, who Louis, where Keane remained Texas Christian Universitygame Saturday. Coach the ball from the State

was not surprised at all at the tenacious game Mis- The top ten, with firstplacevotes rode the hitting of Ken Boyer cautious, refusing even to men- last week.In game O'Boyle said the Green the 24, within range of t

sissippi State put up last Saturday night, despite its crippling in parentheses basis and pointson and Bill White to a 5-1 victory in tion the word pennant. the statistics, Tensi remained suffered no injuries in last kicking toe. :
10-9-8 etc. :
injuries and the morale blow of losing No. 1 quarterbackDon a 395 the opener of a key threegameseries Keane, of course, has been 18 yards ahead of Val urday's loss to Alabama for back of the E

Edwards on his first running: play of the game. 1.2. Texas Southern(14)Calif. (17) 357 and exchanged places here before. Last year, on Sept.I' Johnson, Tampa's star passer; should be in good shape Florida State quarter

with the floundering Phillies. 15, the Cardinals closed to with- and Tampa was idle last week. Duke. Tensi. He completed
347
3. Illinois (7)) i That pulled the Cardinals to in one of the Los Angeles 18 or 121 yards
316 game Tensi picked up 119 yards In Nashville, rain passes ,
A ,Terrific Victory, 4. Alabama ((4)) 285 within one game of the Reds, Dodgers. That's as close as they' passing 'in FSU's 10-0 victoryover field practice for the three straight comple-
5. Ohio State (2)
who were not scheduled, and came. TCU. Commodores. in the Seminoles' lone

State was on the rebound from the loss to Texas Tech, 6. Navy (1)) 210 dropped the Phillies into third What happened against the FSU's Fred Biletnikoff, dou- Vanderbilt's opponent drive in a 10-0 win
it had the home crowd. Ole Miss lost in the afternoon 7. Auburn (2) 186 place for the first time since
Phillies was that Boyer slappedtwo Alabama worked out Christian.
bel-teamed by TCU all night, day, ,
game to .Kentucky and this, indirectly, served as an incen- 8. Michigan 106 May 5, 1% games behind the key doubles and White col for 20
tive to State (there's no love lost between the schools: but 9. Notre Dame 103 leaders in the tight struggle.The lected three singles. caught two passes yards a

the man-in-the-street roots for the Bulldogs, not the Reb- 10. Washington (1) 73 chase resumes tonight The Phillies started Chris and moved into third place in
total offense with 185 yards.
els). Rhoden's two scoring jaunts served as a tremendous I with the Reds opening a three- Short, who had beaten the Car-

force in getting the tired State players to dig down for Charlie TateIs i game series at home against dinals three times without a loss Another Soph Seminole Fullback, sophomore '. .

just a bit more strength. Pittsburgh. Cincinnati will send and had allowed them only two fullback Lee,Narramore, main- r

it did in the rookie Bill McCool, 6-3, after its in six previous ,.,. 'h : / .
win
Thus,.florida's remarkable coming as runs appear- tained a 21-yard rushing lead 'JJa- ra/r ,
final _minutes! was a terrific accomplishment.Even SpeakerAt 10th straight victory, against ances. But he proved no puzzle over his nearest rival, Larry

though the Gators have not readied their full cap- ClubCharlie this time. Maier of Tampa. Narramore ...
well. start needing ev- QB Touched For Run picked up 103 yards in 25 car-
abilities date it's They'll
to just as ; f 1,
He was touched for a run in ries in two for 4.1 .f ,
games a
produce both offensively and defensively, .NL Boxes -
erything they can ,
of the second inning when singlesby =:': :
this weekend at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge. Tate, University average. Maier gained 82 yards ,; <
Miami football coach and for White and Julian Javier plusa in 18 tries for a 4.7 average.

That's .what is so strange., A little voice Inside keeps mer Florida freshman mentor, CHICAGO Night Game LOS ANGELES sacrifice fly by Mike Shannon, Bob Biletnikoff, Miami's star

saying that it could be 1960 all over again in Louisiana.In will be the speaker tonight for abrkbi abrkbi put the Cardinals ahead 10. And sophomore passer runner' and
1960 if needs reminding the Gators beat LSU. Stewart ss 4010 Wills ss 4000 he touched for a run in the ;. -
one the Gainesville Quarterback Cowan cf 4000 Parker Ib 3110 was younger brother to FSU's Fred, -
The situation is over-ripe for a repeat. Club program. The event will Williams Santo 3b H 3 21 0 0 lOT.0 W.Davis Davis H cf 3 3011 0 1 0 fourth on a double by Boyer, moved into third place with 72

start at 6:30 pan. at the Golf Burke 3b 2020 Howard rf 1000 White's single and Javier'sgrounder. yards in 26 carries for a 2.8 .
Banks Ib 4000 Fairly Ib 0000 ...
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and Country Club. '
Clemens rf 3010 Oliver 2b 3000 mark. ...
Tate's Hurricanes have been Cpbell 2b 4011 Shirley 3b 3110 then driven
Bertell c 4000 Torborg c 2000Ellsworth Short, 17-9, was The statistics, edited and
s r t :. .. i beaten by Florida State and p 3000 Reed p 2000 from the mound in the sixth compiled by Elgin White of .
T'cewski
3b 1 01 1
I Georgia Tech in their first two Trials 33 1 t 1 Totals 25232 when Boyer again doubled and Tallahassee,' showed Tensi and
.. ... ... ,.. .
eee iso aoo i
the Miami Chicago -
of
games but the play Las Angeles ... .. .. ..-. IN 000 OH-1 White again singled for another Johnson running 1.2 in forward
I eleven; nearly wrecked by E-Campbell. Fairly. DP-Chicago 1. passing, with Florida's sophomore BEEFEATERBEEFEATER.
Los Angeles U LOB-Chicago 7.Los.Angeles run.Shannon's
the loss of six veterans who
2.2BBurka. two-run single in ace, Steve Spurrier, in
from school for W. Davis. SB-Parker. W. -
were expelled
Davis. Torborg. .',' the eighth inning wrapped up third position.Far.
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE' exam cheating, has been out- IP H R ER II SO the scoring against reliever Ed Ahead
W. L Pd. GB. W. U PC?. OB. Ellsworth L 14-17 I S Z I Z ,
standing.The Reed W 3-4 ....... I S 1 1 2 7 Roebuck.
New York 'J to .613 Cincinnati *1 u .510 Fred Biletnikoff was far in
...... .
Baltimore M 64 .512 3 St. Louis M 47 jn 1 UM coach is a Florida Perranoskl 1 I' I 5/
Chicago !3 *4 JW 3 Phna'phla M 48 J70 1H T-2.08. A-11,808. front of his nearest rivals, Florida's -
Detroit 13 73 J32 MV4 San Fran. u 75.331 4Y4 graduate and former UF grid- Night Game Charles and
Los Angeles -4:.0' 78 JM 1W Milwaukee It n.52f 5 der who led Miami High to PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS Gators RatedIn Casey Jack
Minnesota77..- ..7* .41 llVk pttsburgh77 71 ".4e7 13 a'r' Ill abrkbi Harper, in pass receiving with Martini Menappreciate
Cleveland: 76 SO"US7 1V* Los Angeles 77 7! jm 13V4 several state scholastic crowns Gonzalez cf 3120 Flood cf 4000
Boston .? '.".:.II.A3t 27 Chicago **72 M MH 11V in his tenure there. i Allen 3D 4010 Brock If 4010 Both Polls, 185 yards in receptions, good
Washington '1" JW as Houston 45 91 Ml 2SV4 Callison rf 4001 Groat ss 4110CVaiton
Kansas city 55 TOO. J5S 40 New York, ,,Jt--10J. J27 Sri Tate went from Florida to H ,4 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 4220 Florida's Gators"ranked high for two touchdowns., .Casey its
Mondays Results Shockley Ib 4 01 0 White Ib 4231
No games scheduled Mondays Results Georgia Tech as' an assistant Taylor 2b ,3010 Javier 2b'. .4011Dafmplc in both, the Associated Press caught nine passes for 92 yards
Today Games St. Louis S. Philadelphia I c 2 I 01 Shannon rf 3013 and one touchdown. Harper
Detroit WlckershanV.. Bola. ,and, AgulrreHO t.OS Angeles 2. Chicago 1 coach and enjoyed much :success Amarass 3..McC"Verc 4000rfrrnsm and United' Press International identifiable
at New York -.7.j Only games scheduled with the Engineers. He is ph 1 0 0 0 Gibson It' 3101. initial,football polls today. caught nine passes for 92 yardsTampa's
Downing 134 and Bouton 1MX 2. twW 4'TeMra ftamea Snort p 2000 Kevin Hurt held on TJ '
night. Pittsburgh Friend 12-18 ,at Cincinnati, credited with the defensive maneuvers Briggs H 1000 UPI placed the Gators 19th
Washington Narum -14 at Baltimore McCool 6-3. night Totals 31 1 S 1 Tetals 34 t SPkBaddphia to his lead in. panting,. having excellence.THE
Florida _
Bunker 184 nigh Philadelphia Bennett 21.13 at St. Louis 'which held Florida ..' .."....-... 000 000 810-1 while AP' listed along =
Los Angeles Ounce,204 at ChicagoP125170 Sadeckl 1MB night '' scoreless the ,last ,three games St., Louis ...,.-...._..' 010101 Ozx-4 with ,FSU, as having received kicked 12 times for 544 yards .j
I..,,nightClevelandMcDowell! Chicago BUN 1J-U at Los Angeies>w 0 E-Groat. Amaro. Briggs. DP-Philadelphia and 45.3-yard Flor-
'.S and Karilck1W Singer 04, night with Tech. ,1. St. Louis 2. LOB-Philadelphia votes for the nation's, top .teD a average. -' ,
at Boston Charton 0-1 and Mora Houston Johnson 11-U at' $an..,."Francisco Gator coach Ray Graves will ,7. St. Louis L ranking .- .. ida's Spurrier, getting off some IMPORTED ONE J
head 1-14. 2. twUtlght Estelte' 1-1. night '* <4 2a-Gonulel Boyer s. 3a-BrocL SF- !
Kansas City, Krause.02.at. Minnesota New York Parsons 0-1 at MilwaukeeBlastngame sum up the win over Missis- Shannon., ,I! Texas, last, ,year's national], key punts in the 1613.victory. IEEFIATER6INI

Bosewll 10.Wednesdays' Games Wednesdays 8-S. night. .... sippi State. There will be a Short L 17' ?., SM IP H 7 ERBBSO 3 3 0 2 champion, led both'polls: Southeastern ', over Mississippi State, held second ..
Kansas city at Minnesota Houston at San Francisco scouting this week's Roebuck......... 1 2-3. 0 0 1 Conference teams in the position with 512 yards in' .
Washington! at Baltimore N Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, N report on Baldschun .n..... 1-3 S'S S 1 i t4PROOF J(X)% GRAJ! tFFVTRAt SPIRTS.FROM tNGUJ4 BY M8UHD. ..1..
Detroit at New York, N New York at Milwaukee N foe, XSU. Films of the State Gibson, W 18118 S, 1 1 1' 4Schuttz top ten include Alabama, ,and I 12 kicks, good for an ,average!
Cleveland at Boston Philadelphia at St. Louis. N ...:.?...1 0 0/ S 1 of'42.7 I II .
yards.
Chicago at Los Angeles. N game will be shown. Gbbon faced 2 men In tin. Auburn. ,
Only! gait'i jk scheduled t. r ,, ;. ,-'",", ... -,,-, --
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,I :e r Back to Aussies ORANGE

To
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.. ? I By WILL GRIMSLEY but friends he is
: say seriously the tennis
pro wat Northwestern
I|
_L Jim Linebarger topped the the Night Owl League. Dick "
'I .
I considering turning pro, perhaps University; Frank Froehling of
Mixed League at Palm Laneswith Hinson, Central Florida Office CLEVELAND (AP) The
598 series of t Supply rolled 150-250-201-561( ( ar : before next summer. Coral Gables, Fla., with .one of
a on games ,>c";,, Davis .Cup is headed back "Bull Pen"' the
191203204. His 204 was top and Darrell Rohn Edwards Australia hardest'services in the
across the' Pacific to '
The United States has
single effort. had 555. Rohn had 215 ; nobodyin game but no standout victories;
a top and the United States is faced
its tennis "bull
'-" ((1 pen" abl to Clark Graebner of Cleveland
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and <
had 539
I Clarence Selin
'
game. : with_an old, familiar question.How threaten seriously Australia'shold
Jack Tomlinson 534. Esther Van Clark's Barber Shop hit 964- and Charlie Pasarell of Puerto
: and when can we get the the
A on
!ai cup. Rico.
Leer led the women with 499. 1022.9282914 while Central tennis back?
trophy Best prospects Arthur
Joyce Nachtrieb had 469 as didl' Florida Office Supply had a 1043 "' are The Australians and Americans
Ruth Cappe. top game. 4 The answer is obvious: Maybe Ashe, the 22 year old Negro now have won the cup 19

.... Team No. 9 had a 2473 series Roger Foerst had 181 166- not for years. from Richmond, Va., and Los times each. Twelve of the last

l' and an 654 high game. BettyHaley 166-523 in the Moose Mixed 6.x In the last 15 years the United Angeles; Marty Riessen, son of 15 have gone to Australia.

made the 5-7 split. circuit. Jack Morgan had a 499 States has won the' silver cup I
Toby Rutledge, Bank of New and Stan Jeff 490. Joyce Nach- $' l' three times 1954, 1958 and L U

berry, had a fine 556 effort in trieb had a 468 to lead the women / 1963 and each time failed to

.:.* .the Triple Tumblers loop. She while Judy Brown had 459 defend it successfully.The COMESUHOMEBy'LARRY

-, had 142-178 and a big 236 game, and Gay Arnold 457. pattern was repeatedhere

__ the latter best single. DottieDavis Top Set Monday.
.. Bank of Newberry, had Team No. 5 had a 1716 set Rov Emerson. the Australianwho I r _
"."550 with a 206 top effort and and Team N_ o. 1 rolled a 585 top has continued to spurn the

Elma Newman, South Atlantic game. (JI. pros, delivered the clinching WOODSSun practice. Halfback Bobo Grif

._ : Oil Co., had 498. Phyllis Wright showed the blow when he turned back Sports Writer fith, who raced 80-yards against
M0 Bank of Newberry totaled,- way in the Royal Poultry Chuck McKinley of San Antonio Lake Butler, leading the packin Cross City on a recovered
fum
..' 552 and 553 series and single League with 170 174183527. ,""..",,,,,.:.;j;;,.. Tex.,- in the fifth and final the Northern Division of the ble, hurt his neck and
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t t.. game. Dottie Davis made the Nonie Crom had 507 and Mae match 3-6, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4.4 Suwanee Conference race, 'miss. the Keystone Heights may con
' "...*;6-7-9-10 split. Hill 472. Mrs. Hill had a 190. opens a trio of home games
Elmer Broadwell of Manorr"Motel high game. o 3-2 Win this week when it hosts arch test.Sammy Miller, Williston
had 178-193-203 574 in Capons had a 1768 series anda This gave the Australians a :3- rival Chiefland. tor, and high praise for the men.line

636 best game. Conye Shaw (AP WIrephoto to the Sun) 2 victory, but their superiorityin Both. elevens are 2-0 at present play of his troops and Cross
made the 5-10 split and Mary ROY EMERSON SHOUTS FOR JOY world amateur tennis seemsmore overall and have yet to be City after the two

.' New Records Kelly the 5-7. i After Big Victory Over Chuck McKinley pronounced than that. beaten in conference play. powers battled to a conference 13-13 draw

In Emerson they have the "We'll have to improve greatly Friday night.
undisputed No. 1 amateur in the if we are going to do any

At Speedway PKY Trouble world. He is the holder of the good against Lake Butler." No HI Effects
: Expecting Australian, Wimbledon and Chiefland Coach Doyle McCall 1 At Cross City coach Al Par-
.
="*' records set at United States championshipsand said following rish says his gridders
New were Monday's p r ac- are suf ,
......
his last 48 singles fering no ill
of
Gainesville Speedway in time winner tice. effects from the

.... 'trials last weekend. From Colts This WeekP. matches of any description. "Actually, we are still feeling Williston standoff.
,_ Bunkie Hall turned the lap in McKinley was victim No. 48. the effects of injuries suffered "We have the usual bumps I-.iI

21.36 seconds to top a 21.38 turned Fred Stolle, Emerson's team even before we played and bruises following any

in earlier by Yankee Smith. K. Yonge worked on Its of 'play power type football ed leg muscle and second string mate, has a good claim to being Newberry," McCall added. rough game but otherwise we
..... close to it. Run are in"good "
Previous mark was 21.43. Smith either i No. 2 or Awaits Word shape, Parrish
fense yesterday in preparationfor Gutierrez' said ace PKY line- center Mike Frick still is out I said
w:. and Hall each got $25 for their ner-up at Wimbledon and Forest McCall is still waiting wordon Monday.
man V. G. Hodsdon has the flu with a knee injury. QuarterbackDon
with North Bear
"" its big game he beat Dennis halfback
Emerson Jerry Karr
Hills to ,
efforts. the condition of Chiefland'sNo. ,
but is due back to classes to Falcon also is nursing a
sidelined
First heat went to Jimmy Marion. day. Other Wave players suffer- leg injury. Ralston of Bak rsfield, Cal 1 fullback, Ted Key. He's with an injury last

-- Rogers, Daytona 'Beach. Jim The Wave was the only teamto ed bumps and bruises in the! Lincoln coach Jesse Heard, if., in a key singles match here laid up with a leg injury and week, should be ready for

_..... Bates, Ocala, took the sec o n d down the Colts last year as rugged game with Fernandi a pleased with the hustle his Terriers but lost to McKinley on opening may not see 'action again this City Thursday's"B" team clash with Lake

'heat and Smith, Jacksonv i 11 e, North Marion fashioned a 9-1 Beach last week but there were showed in whipping day.McKinley week for the Indians. North Parrish said.
record the Suwannee Con and Ralston may Lake Butler had workout Marion, to date the
u a. won the third. won no serious injuries. Crooms High last week, Heard a light
First semi. final went tow ference title and beat Lake Weirin Just Added said Gibbs High of St. Pete, a not be available next year to try Monday and reviewed the leading point maker among the

Chuck Hill, Gainesville; and. a postseason bowl game. Santa Fe coach Charlie Roberts school trying to revive football l to win back the cup. scouting reports of Chiefland.. area to their teams-they've scored 39
the second semi final to Ray PKY coach Mike Gutierrez reported today the Rebelsare interest, could be a dangerousfoe "I have several business opportunities The Tigers are reported to be opponents 0-started
Breedlove, Gainesville. said, "They'll be the biggest working toward Friday this week for Lincoln. and I doubt that I suffering no physical problems. preparations Monday for their '

"" The 20 lap feature was take team we've played. They'vegot night's contest with Florida "They have a fine back and can get away," said McKinley.! But Williston was handed a: encounter with P.K. Yonge. t _

:. en by Hall of Tampa. a big line and they like to High in Tallahassee. This game played a good game in losing Ralston said he would be back! slight setback as the Red Dev The Colts Little Trouble
with an improved game ils hurried through Monday's apparently had lit. J
was only recently added to theRebels' 14-12-to--Lakeland, he said. ;- tle trouble with Trenton as they

schedule. rolled over the outmanned Tigers
Six Teams Share Roberts said j three or four 39-0.
Coach Stan Toole's

Santa down with Fe gridders flu but are have expected come Packers Too Conservative I workout chargers went through a peppy I

Monday and started
back later in the week. I
I working on a new offense to
4-AA Grid Lead Starke coach David Hurse I throw against the Blue Wave.
said
the Tornadoes
expect a In Victory Over Detroit Newberry, getting ready for
--r- tough game this week with St. Branford .
settles down to contact
-=- MIAMI (AP) Six football Top teams in other regions: Augustine. It will be a Florida '" I work today and having a

teams In the-blg south..Florida 3-AAL: ,Orlando ,Boon, Orlando Star Conference battle. DETROIT (APRival we missed a scoring. chance only touchdown with less than !light drill Monday.

high school Region 4-AA have Edgewater, Palm Beach about"We haven't beaten them but" coaches George Wilson and when Ron Kramer missed a four minutes remaining, said: Coach Archie Bankston
collected 20 in the offi 20 Orlando Evans San- once in the last 20 years, nitely feels
points High, ; Newberry
their five. And Paul deliMEANS
Hurse said. "They're always Vince Lombardi both agreed on pass on "You can't play it cozy in this
cial standings and are tied for ford 15; Forest Hi1114; Gaines better than even c h a
rugged for us." -Green Hornung missed two field goalsin game. You've
one thing Bay played a got to keep
first place. ville, Lake Worth, Orlando Colonial l against Branford this week. The
They are Coral Gables, Hialeah Daytona Mainland 10. Hurse praised the play of line- little too conservatively in the the first half. pounding away at the other Panthers are still looking for .

.- Fort Lauderdale High, Mi"ami 2-AA: St. Petersburg Boca men Butch Tommy Reddish Thomas and second half in the Packers' 14-10 "But we still should have gone team like Baltimore did (in that first win of the young sea: NATIONWIDE
in the Santa Fe beating Chicago 52-0)
"
High, Palmetto and South Ciega 15; Winter Haven, Clear He also victory over the Detroit Lions out and tried to add to our to- You Sunday). son. COLLEGE GRID
game. commended back can't change
Dade. Fort Lauderdale Strana- water 14; Bradenton Manatee 10 Monday night. tal." your offensive I
han is next with 14, and the remaining Tampa Chamberlain, Tampa Dwight Elder for his efforts. I plan because you think you've Kenny Brown COVERAGEBowls

0... 14 teams in the big dis Jefferson, Tampa King, Tampa Palled Muscle "We should have scored Wilson, who saw his team got a safe lead." 'I

trict have either 10 points or Plant, Tampa Robinson, St. Petersburg Hurse said Elder has a pull-I more," Lombardi said. "Sure,I stage an 80 yard drive for its Not Talking a 519 i ...

e. none. Dixie Hollins, St. Petersburg ,
In Class AA football, 10 pointsare High, Tampa Hillsbor-I While Lombardi was obviously Kenny Brown spilled 161-170- (
PREPPING
allocated for defeating an ough 10.1AA FOR GAMES pleased by the victory "in 188-519 in the Sheriff's Senior AMERICAN AND

other Class AA zeam, 4 for : Jacksonville Lee, Jacksonville one of the best defensive battlesof League at Palm Lanes. Don .
beating a Class A team; 5 for Dupont, Pensacola High the season," he wasn't talking Shaw had a 493. Bill Arnold's NATIONAL PRO
Class AA team, 2 for Riverland too much about 208 was best'game.. Shaw had
the
tying a Tallahassee Leon, 20; Jacksonville Buckles Down injury to 207. LEAGUE STORIES
tying a Class A team and no I Paxon, Jacksonville Jackson quarterback Bart Starr. a ,
for defeating a Class B "He Freddie Whitman led the girls
points 15 aggravated
; Panama City Bay, ; an old
'"team.In I Jacksonville Parker 10; Jacksonville Bronson will be the only Riv- settle down to hard work today Taylor High, which fell to shoulder separation," Lombardi with 468 including a 192 top .

Class A football, 10 pointsare Parker; Jacksonville erland Conference team idle I in preparations for Friday Bronson over the weekend 46- explained. "But it's his left game.
awarded for defeating a Jacksonville Beach this week as four other schools night's contests. shoulder. That's not Sandbaggers had a 2307 set
Ribault 9; 12, travels to Cedar Key this so bad. .
and
an 852 high game. Louie HIGH SCHOOL
'
Class AA or A team, 4 for defeating -
Though he did
week.
not
:
Fletcher 8. I use his left I Davis made the'5-6
...
split.
Class B team, 5 for tying COVERAGE..by.
a 4-A: La Salle 20 Hollywood The Sharks, who blanked 1 I arm and winced when given a
:: a Class AA or A team, 2 for Chaminade, Fort Lauderdale Bears Trip Colts 18-0 Hawthorne 12-0 last Friday I shot to kill the pain, Starr said JOHN CLENDENDON
"' tying a Class B team and no Northeast 10 Stuart 4. he "didn't want to talk
; night, are still unbeaten in conference 'about'the
.. j GLENN LANEY
Class C
points for defeating a :3-A Lake Wales, Leesburg injury.
: play and trail Bronsonby
.: team. I Winter Garden, 20; Wildwood 14 In Flag Football ActionFlag one game in the official i "It's fine," he told reporters. i 1';I JIM KELLY

Auburndale, Dade City, Kissim- standings. The Packers got all of their % MARC WEINSTEIN

mee, New Smyrna Beach, Or football action in the ers Toy and Ray, respectively Hawthorne, 1.1 for the young points in the second quarter as DON DAVIS
Electrical lando Bishop Moore, 10. Junior League at the Boys' Dean also ran 50 yardsfor season, will likely be on the rebound Hornung scored on a two-yard C '
2-A: Venice 20; Arcadia 15; Club yesterday saw the Bears the final score of the day. as they travel to duel dive play to cap a 47-yard drive I JAMES RUSSELL

... Systems Surveyed Turkey Creek, Wauchula, Wim dump the Colts 18-0. It was thBass' e In Cadet play Combs Lumberdefeated Melrose. and Starr himself ended a 53-I JIM! KING

FOR ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS auma East Bay, 14; Tarpon brothers, Dean, Toy, and First National 12-0 The Hornets were apparently yard drive with a five-yard ?.r o',
,
: Residential Commercial Springs 10; Tampa Brewster, Ray who provided all the offensive Citizens Bank downed outclassed as they fell to a touchdown run with 27 seconds I

Industrial CALL New Port Richey, 4; Punta punch. Concrete 13-0. In ,Midget Denny fired up Shark team last week.Hawthorne remaining. ; 1 .
Gorda 2. Dean threw touchdown passes action blew a big scoring Wayne Walker's 45-yard field +
,
Cowboys edged Buffalo /i
:: C. P. Dressier I 1-A: Chipley 14; Fernandina of 11 and 15 yards to broth- Bills, 6-0; Broncos over'Chazgors chance against Cedar Key lastweek goal following Hornung's touch 4 MACHINE.GUNCAMERA
Electrical Contractor Beach 12; Milton, St. Augustine, after driving to the Shark down was all the record crowdof .
: 6and Oilers
; beat Texans SERIES
'.. Phone FR 6-6193 II Jacksonville 'Bolles, 10; Perry Lloyd Koser 6-0. In Junior' Steel three. A personal foul set the 59,203 had to shout about until t I
8; Live Oak, Starke, Marianna,I games, Hornets back to the 15 and Ce the Lions' late drive. u TRY. CLOSE-UP PHOTOS

:: 910 N.W. 4th St. 'I Pensacola Tate, Quincy, 4. Leads League ers and Colts bounced won Browns over Bears, 13-6 on dar Key held.Melrose Earl Morrall spearheaded the KING byEDwraRD"

.,.M penetration. The idle last week, is reported scoring drive and combinedwith
.. Lloyd Koser of Univers 1 t y ended in a tie.Outstanding regular game in sound physical condi Pat Studstill for the 1> EDDIE DAVIS
-. Methodist Church was high in I tion and anxious to get at the yard ,touchdown pass. America's urpest Selling Gym !I TOMMY LEWIS
: SAVE WITH: the Gainesville Church Leagueat play was turnedin Hornets.

r Palm Lanes last night with by Johnny Gocek and Bud
The Mustangs' will be out for
;. PACKAGED PROTECTION la 145 21>210--567 set. His 215 dy Barnes, Colts; Raymond their first win Friday night. .
.. was best single game... Cutts and Bobby Whitney, CHAIN LINK

r Harry Williams, First Naza- Bears; Mike Price and Danny CANDID COMMENTS

...,... rene, had a 561; Tom Elfe, University Walrfiny, RG*-ns;, Craig Bv'wri Ronnie Thames

w.- Methodist, 545; and and Don Large, Steelers; Don- Leads JuniorsRonnie HURRICANE.BY COACHEDAND

Frank Warner, Highlands Presbyterian niePelt, Oilers; Steve Abrams :PLAYER:
:!,wa, "x' 529.University .--
,,. ,,, and Doug Cooper, Texans FENCE
Thames hit 153-175- -
.. Methodist
,
registered
_eo ,. .,. ; Jimmy MauMin and Steve 166-494 in the ,
,... h.k ,,, ,.. a. v i 875 1043 1021-2939. with ;Crass Broncos Bill Keeler Junior League at e: -- --
,,.. the 1043 best game: ; Palm Lanes. Karen McElwainhad Protect And -- -
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1 I fnsmte Plea I Starke Man Faces Morals ChargeSTARKE


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Vv- A former Starke lewd and lascivious langu age former member of the Bradford County Development Authority.

bank official, Norman H. Wil- over a telephone." Bradford Sheriff P. D. Reddish Willis was born and raised in

Entered: For lis, of this city, faces a morals The warrants had been issued said yesterday that Willis Williston, where he received his
charge here today 'in plea day high school education. He was
by Judge Yawn on complaintssigned'by had been arrested Sept. 24 and
**' proceedings conducted by Brad- employed at a bank in Georgia
':* r..'. "f rli" *" x J. '* ford County Judge The. ron Mrs. Inez Starling on released under bond, returnable before coming to Starke about

; Yawn. 0\ Sept., 3, which said the alleged !,today. five years ago as an employe of

'. Willis was arrested Sept., 24 offenses occurred Aug. 9, 16, 20 Until recently, Willis had been the Community State Bank, of

WashingtonWBRONSON '>. on four warrants, each of which and 21. Bond was set at $500 on employed by the Community which State Sen. Charley Johnsis

w .+, charges him with "using each of the four counts.Escapee. State Bank of Starke. He is a a principal stock holder.

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C. Perdue .entered an amended plea of not guilty by

reason_ of. insanity yesterday for Elijah Washington, Will For Theft OfTypevriters

J 18-year-old .AVillistorfNegro, accused of first degree I
December 1 Caught:
murder. A
:
Judge John A. H. Murphree, STARKE Construction of

f in the Eighth Judicial Circuit the new $1 million Starke Holi-

LcwisFails Court in Levy County, acceptedthe day Inn is slated to begin Talked Too Much Six of ten typewriters stolen

plea and appointed Gaines- around Dec. 1, according to from Sante Fe High School

ville psychiatrist Henry R. Ly- Earle Jones, operations man- September 14 have been re-

To Appear ons to examine Washington to ager of the enterprise. CHIEFLAND .A young man arrested as a public covered.

determine the defendant's men- Jones made that announce- drunk late Sunday could not keep his mouth shut, ''and And, a state-wide alarm has

In CourtBRONSON tal status at the time of the ment yesterday in a phone call found himself facing extradition to South Carolina. ,been sent out for two suspectsall

crime and to determine if the ...."......... t A:FYW to Pete Novak, manager of the Levy County Deputy Sheriff Sammy Cason answered a because of a flat tire.
Starke Bradford Chamber I
Self styled young Negro is mentally cap- ,of -Commerce.County call to a Chiefland motel to apprehend a man disturbingthe According to the Alachua

public relations man and poli- able of standing trial. peace. Sheriff's
Novak 'said, "Mr. Jones saidit County department, a
tical analyst Ovid G. Lewis The .Court directed Lyons to '$' will take tune. to get plans Upon arrival, Cason found 19-year-old Curtis Sidney May- :woman known as Katie Dayton

failed to appear in the Eighth report his findings at an early ,- '. drawn and bids 'on construction, field, Gaffney, S. C., knocking on doors and offering the sometimes known as Rose

Judicial Circuit Court in Levy date and gave Perdue five days but that he hoped to get under occupants drinks. Guests said it was impossible to sleep Lla Johns, address unknown,
with all the racket. entered the 17-92 Pawn Shop in
County yesterday to answer following reception by the way here about Dec. 1;
500 Tons of GoobersJohn
Winter Park, Saturday and told
The inn which will
li... charges of probation violations. Court to state the area of in- new Following a short scuffle, the young celebrant braggedof Dewey 0. Greene, the Pawnbroker -
I '-" Lewis is reportedly in Tallahassee consist of 100 units, a banquethall killing, four police dogs and of being an from
sanity to be used by the defense escapee
L. (Johnny) Mixson fingers just a few of the and a swimming pool, and South Carolina. she wanted to pawn a
recuperating from an and to name witnesses who will peanuts in a 500-ton pile reaching 40 feet up in the will be the largest in this area, typewriter because her motherwas

I : operation performed in Jack-, be used to prove it. main barn at Mixson crop Driers in Williston. Mix- will be located on North Cason said Mayfield "ran off at the mouth" about his sick.Greene.

sonville, unable to stand trial in Washington is accused of the son said the peaking harvest season. shows a 25 Temple Avenue, on a site now escapades throughout his free taxi ride to Bronson and gave her $20 for the

Bronson. i murder of Williston Negro Tim- per cent short yield brought on by heavy rains, but partially occupied by Noegel the Levy County Jail in a sheriff's cruiser. typewriter and the suspect went

: Lewis pled guilty to grand good quality, bringing up to $225 a ton for the Auto Sales.Demo. outside and tried leave. --
othy James last April.On Sure enough, a call to the Columbia, S. C., sheriff net- to
Florida Runners and to $260 for the
1 larceny in September, 1963, the advice of Public Defender up Virginia ted information that Mayfield had violated a four-year pro-
type goobers. (Sun photo by' Bob Meeker) Meeting But a tire suddenly blew out
when he made restitution of bationary sentence received and
-: Robert A. (Buzzy) on a breaking enter and the woman and an accom-
$1,253 to "State Senator Etter ing conviction last March.
Green, Thomas I. Mills
revers- plice were left stranded.
Usher's West Coast Hauling f Set ThursdaySTARKE
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ed his previous innocent pleato The man waived extradition
young proceedings
yester-
Company .and_ was awarded 18' Greene helped with the tire
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months one of guilty of unlawful escape s4 ii -.A meeting of the day and, as soon as South Carolina authorities can get
probation by Judge L
change and saw the two off.
and automobile Bradford County Democrat here, Mayfield will get some more free transportation -
. : John.A. H. Murphree. larceny. Pi
executive Committee will be back to the scene of the crime. The Orlando Police
: The State says Lewis violated Judge Murphree sentenced I Department
of the Mills D held Thursday at 4 p.m.. in the on a routine pawn shop
: a provision probationwhich to one year at hard labor
k, Bradford County courthouse.In check afterwards dis-
shortly
states he will "live and
for the and six addi-
: remain' at liberty without violating tional months escape for the auto theft, r P ; the meeting, which will be I 'Let Them Eat' .Rats? I covered writer was that stolen.the pawned type-
: when he
any law" pled guilty conducted by Committee Chair

: in a Leon County Court to both sentences to run consecu- man L. H. Futch, appointmentswill JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) "If peasants start eating rats With the help of Greene, who

passing worthless bad checks. tively with an eight year term be made to fill vacancies in Indonesian Communist Party eagerly the rats will be wipedout got a good look at the pair during -

-: Lewis admitted he passed a he is currently serving for a BY BUZZ MIXSONSun It was a sort of a pickup the present 17 precincts in the boss> D. N. Aidit has urged Indo- and there will even be a the tire change, the depu-
: bad check for to Tallahassee
$25
a -
: cleaning establishmentlast breaking and entering convic- Area Editor game with the University of county. nesian peasants to develop a shortage of rats," Aidit was ties were able to identify them.

February and another for .tion last December. This being the season of the Havana (Cuba, no less). I never Until redistricting of Bradford i taste for rats. quoted as saying.He The man was identified as

: $20 to a Tallahassee service station Green cited the extenuating "great pigskin" and the ap will forget the mustacheoed County, which was completed' Antara, the official news also told the peasants to William Harriston Dayton.The .

; in April. circumstances of the escape, proaching season of the "great Cuban football players and the last spring, there were only agency reported that Aidit make dried meat out of rats and pawn shop detail of the

: .,JTheJState. says Lewis violated Mills' emotional state connected pumpkin"-and with apologiesto eight precincts. made the suggestion in address- send it to Jakarta. Tampa Police Dept. has also

: ;a second provision of the pro- with marital troubles at Sun Sports Editor Joe Hal- subsequent melee when about ing peasants on Bali. Aidit recently was appointed found five more of the ma-
Ration. which states he will "in home at the time of the escape berstein and other writers of half the populace of Ybor City Under the system now in use, Hordes of rats have plagued commander of the crush-rats chines with the help of Greene's
and will be
and lack a man woman appointed -
: all respects, live honorably, a of violence on the the athletes' feat-this short swarmed out on to the playing as committee members! Bali farms as well as those on campaign by the Communist identification.The .
of the
work diligently at a lawfully oc-, part defendant duringthe piece will be about one of my field when somebody cut the from each of the precincts. Java. peasants organization. pair is still at large.In .
: cupation ." when.he obtained escape, producing compar- alma maters, the University of
atively lenient sentences on both lights: out (it was a night
$515 from a Tallahassee au- Tampa.I .
: tomobile dealer on the premise' counts. game). %

: of using the money to obtain Mills was one of four prisoners was a student at the UofT The game was a walkawayfor BUSINESS MARKET t I .. _.d__
and deliver to the dealer food at Chief- for three short semesters at the ... REPORTbusiness "" '
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: certain preparng a the Spartans from the beginning v. .l' '>. .[ ;'..
time when student enrollmentmust 1REVIEW '
= surplus government equip- land political rally last May 1 I- -
and I doubt if
have totaled every bit of even
ment. when he lost himself in the
300 and at least 90 per cent of Fidel himself, had he been a
The State contends Lewis had crowd and stole an automobile ,
cheerleader could have egged _
no intention of producing the belonging to E. A. (Bud) Fin- the enrollees were on some ,
equipment. ley, Yankee town. kin d of scholarship-athletic, the Cubans on to a better per-I

\ band or NYA (National Youth formance.It lj m0>\! .' :1 STOCK I

Administration). became right embarassing : FLASHES i
for when the I MARKET J JI
the UofT score
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Red Chiefs Push So it Is with avid interest i':
got up into the 40s in behalf I :
that I follow each football season -] 'of the Spartans, soon instruc-!I f : briefsi4i3 NEW YORK (AP) Stock one of the biggest blocks,
the fortunes or misfortunes McGraw Hill shares
market weakened early 30,000
prices
tions from the bench, the Spar
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of the Spartans of Tampa. In tan quarterback started deliberately -I --:n'.'<< this afternoon in a seesaw per changed hands. The issue was
Summit Meeting reading the sports section of a aiming his passes at I ; :*J mm':1WA :tf.ri :rf :W:1 U:= ::: :::=- formance. off % at 35 -4.
; morning paper today, I was -
Cuban players. The Cubans Trading was fairly! active -
The Associated Press
pleased to note that the UofT, WIN DRAWING "Holiday in Mexico" sales con- averageof
soon caught. on to this, though, about on a par with Mondaybut 60 stocks at
: BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP)' West" though 0-2 this season, had re- would have none of this "charity" Wayne Moreland, manager of test just completed by S i m- below the brisk pace on noon was un-
changed at 326.5 with industrials
Communist party chiefs of Kadar said the Peking regime ceived a vote among sports- and started the the Kilgore Seed Co., recently ca, Chrysler's four door econ- last week. -
slapping some days
.4, rails off .5 and utilities
writers as one of the top football announced winners of the up -
Czechoslovakia and Hungary "not only is sabotaging the call] import.
omy
ball to the ground, instead of Gains and losses of a fractionto off .1.
agreed ,Monday night that a for an international conference, elevens of the nation. Grand Opening drawing heldon
trying to catch it. around a point were the gen-
Hawes-
I summit meeting is the only way but is doing its utmost to worsen This feeling of elation was Sept. 19. They are: Powers is owner of eral rule.Except. The Dow Jones industrial av-
with the dissident Peking I don't know if that W. M. Ward, 944 NW 33rd Powers Motor Co. 204 North at
to deal the internal situation of the dispelled, however, when I later game for strikebound Gen- erage noon was off 0.56 at
went down in the offical Ave. 1st $10 charge ac Main St.Included.
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regime. Communist world movement, ever prize
learned that through some eral Motors, the auto industry
Visiting President Antonin and blackmailing fraternal record books, but it was one to count. in the of 130 874.90.Late
; mixup (attributed to Western group group was on the plus side. Morning
Novotny of Czechoslovakia and parties by threat of a split." Union wires), the Spartans had remember. And I am wonder- 'Mrs. H. H Bramlett, Route Simca dealers, salesmen and GM was off % after a narrow
i Janos Ka- and Kadar also ing if the Spartans might not 4-second prize, flower seeds.
Hungarian Premier Novotny been erroniously listed as one wives are dealers from all decline Monday. N. Y.
stressed the theme of -' find themselves in about the Mrs. L. 0. Rowland, 2002 Listing
tar:: also condemned the Chinese independence one of the top ten nominees.But over the U. S.Talbot Aircrafts, electronics and utilities -
for trying to blackmail other and equality of Communist hearkening back to the same situation (only reversed) NW 12th Road-third prize and all held higher but slight- Stocks: Int Pap 36V8

Communist parties and for us- parties. The Chinese claim that "fledgling" days of the UofT when they race mighty Old Walter Young, 652 NE 15th Speaker Allis dial 22 Jones&L 85%

ing -"the same methods as most European parties take and the 10( cent beer and all Miss this season. St. third prize. ly.Most rail were lower and Alcoa 64% Kais AI 32%

reactionary circles in the their orders from the Kremlin. the pretzels you could eat for Anyway, I. will continue to WIN TRIP Superintendent elect Wil- tobaccos also were on the weak AmAir 43% Ken'cott 91H

free at Larry Ford's in Tampa, pull for the, Spartans of Tampaand Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Powers, liam S. (Tiny) Talbot will be AmCan 43% Lig & My 84

I can recall that every pigskin hope for that possible up- 204 N. Main St. enjoyed a six- the guest speaker at the Waldo side.Groups in the mixed category AmCyan 59% Loch'd 37%

encounter of the Spartans re- set over Old Miss.. day, all-expense paid trip to Junior High School PTA meet- included steels, rubbers, mail AmMot 17% Lorillard 44%

sulted in a "moral" victory, regardless Kentucky did it. Mexico City as winners in a ing Thursday night at 7:30. order and retail stocks, chemi- AT&T 68% Mag'vox 29

of what the scoreboard .... ... cals, airlines and oils. AmTob 3 MM&M 57%
4\\ TY a. Z. showed.At ilia.' 5. ,. .. ..'... AmpxCp 17% Mohasco: 14%
.- "-"< .:,." Anaconda 52% Mons'to : 85%
weekly 'assemblies of the Armour 48% Mont Wd40
J\J student body, UofT President st. ThlleSavingAwards Babcock 35% Nat
Dair
82%
Sherman always tagged the "' .... ..'" 1
;e>; ; "" ". "J.. Beth S1I 41% Nat fist 27%
Given
football games as "moral" vic- : :
\; Boeing 65% N.Am A\u 50%
tories; for the UofT. I ,.... \\l
supposethe
/< Borden 77
"' F IY. ;; Penney : 59%
;a. s t 'to. .
; president considered them ; ..... ; ::, GVille MenTALLAHASSEE Bnmswk 8% Pa RR I 38%
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c5I U CaterTr 36% Pep Cola: 59%
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UofT then (as now) was lucky 1 Three ne- Celanese 67' Phil Mor78%

w even to field a team. I ,, matologists from the Gaines- Chrysler 62% PhiIl Pet: 53%
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Nash Higgins, and it seemed ...,,, Agriculture's Division of Com Ed 53% Rep Stl 49%
that about half the player roster _AV Plant Industry won $25 awards Con Edis 94 Revlon : 37%
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Ilk1I&i\ was composed of boys from M .. -".. .: .. '";, ; 1 44%
Youngstown, Ohio. About the ... .. ...,... .."> Jl. ;; ', today. Dow: Che 74% StReg P J 33%
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a' y: only player names I can recall] ....... ... .. ". .. .. _',.<..,..,........... ; Bob Esser, a member of the duPont 270% Seaboard 55
ta right now were those of Yor- ... ,... ..'' '"" Gainesville laboratory staff, and EAL 31 Sears 424

kunis, the big center and captain .... 4 district inspector Howard _Van E. Kodak 133% Sinclair -' 45%
t and an Orrie Milstead, ,. 3P Pelt of Maitland and John Mac- Firestone 44% Socony M
.. who hailed from Cross City. Gowan of the Apopka labora- Fla P&L 83% SouthnC :163%

tory were winners.of the state Ford 58% SperryR : 14%
One of- the big games that I-h : award announced in Tallahasseethis Frmst Da 12% St Brand 75%

sticks out in my mind was the ..- morning.. Frept SuI 42 StO,NJ :83.%.
encounter with the Universityof They were cited for devising Frueh Tr 33% Studebak-%

Florida in 1939. We, the student a tool for sampling nematodesin Gen Dyn 37% Swift53%

.- body and players, made the soil without removing Gen El 89% Texaco -82%
the trip to Gainesville via a ;: : : ': plants. Gen Fds 91% Thiokol 13%
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special train. Attendance a t : .(...}' f.f..c.r: w.. Members of the State Cabinet Gen Mills 44% U Carbid 128%

Florida Field in those days "' : meet as ,the State Personnel Gen MtrS 99% Unit AIrc 58%

r. must have been sparse, be- .. Board to recognize state em- Goodrich 57% Un Fruit 21
cause the UofT band and students -! ployes who save the state time Goodyr 46% US Steel 6H'
Airs. Helen Laughon fashion show chairman discussed plans for the
coming
sat right on the 50-yard and money.In Greyhnd 24% Univ Mat 15%
line in the west stands. March of Dimes benefit fashion show last night with Dr. Jack Evans, Dale addition to the three hematologists Gulf Oil 59. WestgEl 39%

SkylineAddition The UofT Spartans lOst the Perry and Perry: McGriff (from left). (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) the board recognized Hon'weU 123% Winn Dix ;,38% 4 i i

e naturailybut.theygave two other state workers. with Int Harv 84 Woolwth :29%
: Construction of Lake'BuUer's new water system is game $123 awards. Int Nick 85 "
account of them-
;- moving 100,000-gallon right along elevated, hS water evidenced tank by and this:a 200,000-looming selves; a, holding good the mighty Ga- Fashion Show Is Planned !

; gallon ground storage tank. The water' project is tors to just seven points. NEW YORK TIMES MARK<:ET AVERAGES, SEPT28

: tied in with a major sewage system expansion and Then, there was the game at Arrangements for a benefit dresses priced from $90 to' tion. The show win start the Ccl Ifev rt Tyr 4 4I I

: the\.entire project will come to about $540,000. The Phillips Field in Tampa, fashion show, Nov. 17, were discussed about said Me- 1965 fund.drive. High Low Close Net Chg. I
13,000, Perry I
cityfs' biggest water and sewage system customerwill .'wherein there was demonstrated last night at the Alachua chairman. McGriff said he expects a collection 25 Rails . "146.19'! 14 4.75 145.89 Plus .43
be the new State 'Prison reception. center and probably for the first time, County Chapter of the Marchof Griff, board They of about $10,000 this 25 Indust 892.89 88 3.38 888.64 Plus I.!!

: hospital now under way just south of town.. A (Sun Florida's good neighbor policy Dimes board meeting.The were donated by the Du Pont year. Donations last year were .50 Stocks 519.54 51 4.06 517.26 Plus91 "

photo by Buzz Mixson), toward Latin America. fashion show will feature family for' a traveling exhibi-, around $5,000, he said. .

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. .LOUIS HARRIS Dull
Opens
Anxiety among white Americans over the race issue is ris- ,

1 ing: in intensity. Coupled with this concern is an increase in : -

worry about safety on the streets, which many people now 3frm ftnrk (Eimra

relate to Negro outbreaks in northern cities this past sum- I ) By SYDNEY GRUSON NORTHCENTRAL

mer. LONDON The immedia t e

Together, these are now twin sleeper issues entirely cap- strategy of the two major par

able of altering the remarkable 3-37 per cent standing of ties.in Britain's Oct. 15 election

President Lyndon Johnson in his race against Sen. Barry first
, has, become clear in the
Goldwater.In People who expressed concern on all three counts were placed few days' of the formal campaign -

a just-completed survey of a ,carefully selected cross- in a "high backlash" category; those concerned with two which opened with Par-

section of American voters, these key findings emerged: of the three were put in an "intermediate backlash" group; liament's dissolution last Fri-

Since August, the number of voters who feel the pace those who showed concern on none or only one of the ,three day.
of civil rights is too fast from 35 to 40
, progress gone were placed in a "low backlash" group. The conservatives are tryingto

;I per cent. Here is the way American voters divide'on this index: keep the election atmosphereas

v In the same period, the number who say they are more quiet as possible on the theory -

worried about safety on the streets now than they were a TREND ON BACKLASH VOTING FOR INDEX that the less things are stirred :

year has increased from 53 to 61 cent. :
ago per TOTAL VOTERS GOLDWATER JOHNSONPer up, the better it is for themas

Of those who now support Senator Goldwater for the Cent Per Cent Per Cent the government party.

Presidency, 68 per cent say they feel Negroes have "gotten Labor's task is harder. A

out of hand," a phrase that has recurred repeatedly in sur- SeptemberLow backlash 64 31 75 row over an issue that it

veys when people use their own words to describe their reaction Intermediate backlash 21 35 16 raises is what Labor apparently -

to the civil rights movement. 34 9 believes can do it the
High backlash 15
most good. But the party is at
Critical to this election are the 27 per cent of Johnson August
voters who feel the same way about Negroes because they Low backlash 68 38 79 the same time anxious not to
what it considers a serious -
provide more than enough potential defections to change the Intermediate backlash 25 46 18 repeat
mistake of the 1959 campaign -
final outcome. High backlash 7 16 3

A sure sign of the increased intensity of feeling on racial in hitting a peak too ear- FLORIDA
Out of the total electorate 21% believe President Johnson j ly.
issues is the fact that the number of people in the high

is too pro-Negro. However, 65% do not think so, which category alone has doubled in a month's time. Part of this The.result of this sparring has

means that white anxiety over civil rights has not yet been is a reflection of the growing number of people who think made for the dullest kind of '
translated into for Goldwater.In
votes that the pace of civil rights is too fast. campaign so far, despite intensive -

order to measure in depth the impact of the race issue People were asked: press coverage and headlines -

in this campaign and to help determine the strength of the "In general, do you feel that we have gone too fast, too that in many cases have

so-called "white backlash"-those voters, especially Demo- slow or about right in this country in giving equal opportunities seemed to go beyond the stories

crats, whose vote may be influenced by their reaction to to minority groups, such as Negroes?" beneath. r 'j'

racial tensions-the Harris Survey constructed an index basedon
RIGHTS
PACE OF CIVIL
three criteria. These are: ((1) the extent to which people SEPTEMBER AUGUST LARGEST HAMBURGERTo

feel the of civil rights is too fast their
pace progress ; ((2)) PER CENT PER CENT
opposition to the civil rights bill; ((3) their worry about violence 40 35 publicize a theatrical pro
fast
Too
on the streets.Bridge. uction, a bakery and meat
Too slow 30 30
company realized a hungry boy'sdreams

L __ ____ About right 30 35 recently when they combined -
u Coincidental with these reactions to the Negro rights driveIs talents to produce the j

(e) New York Time a rise in the number of people who say they are more world's largest hamburger: 20 [

'y worried about safety on the streets than they were a year pounds of beef 5 pounds of tomatoes a a.' #

ALAN TRUSCOTT ago. At that time such concern was identified with crimesof ; 10 heads of lettuce, a .

violence; today, crime is still a factor, but the rioting and gallon of mustard and 5 pounds
IN THE teeth of the scientific NORTH have add-
riots
looting which were involved in the summer of onions. The roll was 12 feet

f evidence, some tournament 4 J865 ed a new meaning to words like "safety" and "violence.1 I around.

players continue to complainthat V QJ1084 In August and again in September, voters were asked:

hands dealt by a computer A542 "Compared to a year ago, do you personally feel more NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS s.
as they often are nowadays worried, less worried or not much different about your per- NOTICE IS HEREBY NAME LAW GIVEN that the

are freakish and unsatis- WEST EAST (D) sonal safety on the streets?" undersigned desiring to engage In busIness A,
at 2419 N. E. 10th Terrace: Gainesville y
factory. But dealing by hand al- ,4103 4KQ72V Florida under the name of UNITED NM
SAFETY ON STREETS COMPANY. NOT IN-
such distribu- CONSTRUCTION
so can produce V -
SEPTEMBER AUGUST CORPORATED. Intend to register the 9 >L
tions, as players in the Greater KQJ1073 496AQ1074 said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
PER CENT PER CENT culrt Court of Alachua County Florida
New York Bridge Association'sKnickerbocker + KJ98632 (s) O. G. Feaster. Ji. .
Tournament dis SOUTH More worried 61 53 (s) C. E. Bryant )*si4
Less worried 3 4 Bates & JonesAnorn.ys
covered.In 4 A94 at LawP.
About same 33 38Not O. Box 396Gainesville
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Open V AK976532 Florida
final the North player .8 sure 3 5 (3631) 9:22. 29: 10:6.13 f
Despite a rise in tension attributed to the civil rights movement IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY '
.
held 8-card suits on two con- .
1.
45
FLORIDA.
secutive deals. These hands I most Americans still support the civil rights bill by JUDGE.IN PROBATE.In ALACHUA. COUNTY
Neither side vulnerable.The .
had been dealth in the con- was 2! to 1. Neither are they inclined to blame President Johnsonor HECTOR re: Estate MCLEAN of GRADY. tt x

without electronic bidding: the Democratic administration for the current situation. Deceased.To .
ventional way, East South All Creditors and Persons Having
assistance.The people were asked: Claims or Demands Against Said Es-
West North "Do you feel that President Johnson and his administration tate:
same was true of today'sdeal .D'ble You and each of you are hereby notified -
Pass
I played in the Open Team have been too pro-Negro, or don't you feel this way?" and required to present any claims
3. 4V and demands which you. or either of
championship won by Leonard LBJ POLICY RATING you may have against the estate of
Pass Pass HECTOR McLEAN GRADY deceased
Harmon, Richard Kahn, Dave VOTING FOR: ate of said County. to tie Courty Judgef
Mason and Ed Pinner all New felt that the Alachua County Florida. at hit officeIn
sure opponents TOTAL VOTERS GOLDWATER JOHNSON the court house of said County at
, York City.Experts could make a slam after his PERCENT PER CENT PER CENT Gainesville. Florida within six calendar
months'from the first
the time of publication
I sometimes Jt try to partner had opened. with- three. LBJ too "prr:Negro" 21 43 8 of this notice. Each claim or
....- demand shall be In writing ono shall
confuse the opponents, and dubs LBJ not "too pro- tate the place of residence and post

the astonishing bidding shown North was somewhat naivein Negro" 65 38 81 office b. sworn address to by of the the claimant claimant his and agent shall YOUR's I

f in the diagram was the result passing the double with a Not sure 14 19 11 his attorney and any such claim; or demand -
i
t i: of such tactics. If it is felt that hand worth a slam effort. He The outcome of this election could hinge on the gap between I GEORGE not so filed GRADY.As shall be. void.

r; opponents can make a slam it did not wish to drive the op- the 8 per cent of Johnson voters who feel the Pres- HECTOR administrator MCLEAN*f GRADY the Estate of

does no harm to double them ponents back into clubs with a dent is "too pro-Negro" and the 27 per cent of his supporters Deceased

'''fl at a lower level. redouble, but he might have whose reaction is that Negroes "have gotten out of hand." Willcox.azonby,i Dell Barber Graham.

I This dramatic maneuver was suspected monkey business.The Mr. Johnson could afford to lose that 8 per cent, for it Attorneys for Administrator 22. UM
First publication September
described in a Bridge Journal frivolity nearly went would still leave him with a substantial lead in the election. (3434) 9:22. 29; 10:6. 13

article by John Lowenthal of! astray because six hearts is a However if the 27 per cent should switch to Senator Gold- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL ClkCUIT IN
Pittsburgh. He entitled it the difficult con t r act requiring water, the outcome in November would be cast in doubt. AND FOR ALACHUA COJNTYAT

"Striped Tail Ape double," be- careful play. South should win The Republican nominee has not made civil rights a frontal LAW.

cause the doubler flees like a the diamond lead and ruff a issue by trying to pin the "too pro-Negro" label on Mr. HOUSEHOLD a Delaware Corporation FINANCE CORPORATION NEW .

"striped tail ape" if the opponents diamond, then enter dummy Johnson. In today's atmosphere, such a charge might back- Plaintiff I
redouble. -vs-
with a trump and ruff another fire badly. KENNETH H. TINSLEY and
The successful doubler on this
EDITH B. TINSLEY
diamond. South ruffs a club in
1 Prosnitz Gov. George Wallace of Alabama D.fendants.JOE .
occasion made no-holds-barred
( was Eugene a ,
the dummy and the last diamond M. CREVASSE. JR. as SheriffIn
, of Brooklyn, sitting West. He in his own hand, leaving campaign against civil rights earlier this year in the Mary- and for Alachua County. Florida

land Democratic primary and in the short of three
space
Nor t h-South with major-s u i 1 t Garnishee.NOTICE
i cards only.Declarer. weeks increased his vote from 31 to 43 per cent. But, then, TO: KENNETH H.Of TINSLEYand SUIT

1 Wallace was not seriously running for the Presidency, and '
SUBURBIADriveIn follows by leading a Mr. Johnson EDITH B. TINSLEY
wasn't on the ballot in that primary. 602 North Limestone
low spade, finessing dummy's Gaffney North CarolinaYou

Theatre eight. East must win and makea Nonetheless, the combination of civil rights and street safe- at law are has hereby been notified brought trat ag&ins a- action you WANT AD

losing lead. West might be ty forms the uneasy, unspoken issue of this 1964 electionone by Household Finance Corporation a Del-
aware Corporation. In the Circuit Court
able to mislead declarer if he that be
cannot taken for granted until the actual vot- Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Ala
LAST SHOWING cunningly played the spade ten ing takes place. chua County Florida. The nature of the
action Is to recover upon a ludomentobtained
) : SHOWTIME 7:30 instead of the three, trying to FAMOUS EGGS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA against you in the State ot-South
\ Carolina. You are hereby summoned or
look like a man with K-10 or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN dered and required to ille your written
Q-10 doubleton.It Ukrainians are world famousfor CHANCERY. Answer or defense to the Comolaint filed
t f..l .V DELORES DEANNA DAVIS. herein In the office of the Clerk of
would have been poor play their Easter eggs. Using Plaintiffvs the Circuit Court. In and for Alachua
..., County. Florida on or before 27 October
I for South to cash the spade ace brushes made of cat hair, they KENNETH- EARL DAVIS. 1944 and to serve a copy of such Answer -

t t:_ "Mamie's and lead a low spade. East paint the shells in multicolored, Defendant. DIVORCE Plaintiffs or defense Attorney upon Richard herein,J.whose Wilson NUMBERFR

f :) bath in could not be short in spades as CHANCERY NO.- address Is 5 Sutheast First Street
: beer symbolic, geometric designs NOTICE OF SUIT Gainesville Florida.
well as in both red suits, andif TO: Kenneth Earl Davis Herein fall not or default end lodgment -
) : color is one West has a doubleton kingor that resemble batik patterns. 11th Air Assault Division upon said defau; will! be enteredIglln.t
11th Aviation Group each of you for the relief demanded
queen he can drop his honorto Fort Benning Georgia In the complaint.The .
: for all times!1"J" NOTICE TO CREDITORS action herein has been commenced -
( You
are hereby notified that suit
a
u.EULI.Ccuruel2 avoid being thrown in. An, FLORIDA STATUTESIN has been filed against you by Delores Deanna -, by a Writ of Garnishment in which
THE COURT Of
THE. COUNTY
: ( :' Davis. The nature of this suit the Plaintiff has sought and obtained
alternative but inferior play Is for
t
,
JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA
: ( divorce. The suit was Instituted In 'the a writ of Garnishment wider which the
-. 1 which succeeds as the cards lie IN PROBATE Circuit Court of Florida. Eighth JudicIal Plaintiff hat attached all property real
In re: Estate of or personal.' In the possession, custodyor
.: : Circuit In and for Alachua County
is to lead dummy's spade jack ARTHUR A. SOUTHERLAND.
Florida. The suit Is entitled DELORES contra of the Caroline named here
;t.. Ih after removing all the minor Deceased. DEANNA DAVIS Plaintiff vs. KENNETH in, Joe M. Crevasse. Jr., as Sheriffin
To All Creditors and Persons I
J Having EARL DAVIS. Defendant.You and for Alachua County Florid ,
'\ suit cards. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: art hereby required to file ourInsw.r Witness my hand as Clerk ef Slid
Pi You and each of you are hereby notified of Alachua County. Flor-
Circuit Court
to the Complaint filed In Slid
and required to present any claims at ,I .. .
.. ida and the seal of said Court
suit with tht Clerk of the Court not I.ter I
and demands
which you. or either of
Gainesville Alachua County Florida on
-.J.l' than October 30. 1964. You also
you may have against the esUte of Arthur are of A.D. 194. .
A. Southerland. required to serve a copy of your answer the 11 day September I
deceased late of
upon Plaintiff or her attorneywhose .. J B. CARMICHAELClerk
t. said County to the
County Judge of Ala Circuit Court
of the
chua County Florida at his office in names and address appear below. j
'
0 I .., SEAL)
{ YI-N TNtAfat me court house not later than October 30. 19M. Herein (
of raid County at ,
BY Cherriee Hales.Deputy
:
.ot "_ '\ I HM* .*.,..tW'*f.M.H t-MI Gainesville. Florida within six calendar fall be entered not or against a Decree you.Pro Confessowill Clerk
.. months from the time of the first publi
.' I NOW! 3 GREAT HITS! cation of this notice. Each claim or demand DATED this 25th day 'of September. (3632) 0:22.20 10- 13
a A. D. 1944 at Gainesville AI I a f bul
: 0 Open 4:30 Show 7:00 shall be :n writing. ar.d shall Florida.J. .
L ...\. HITS LATE AS 1:25 state the place of residence and post County..
\... SEE I office address of the claimant and shall B. CARMICHAEL CLERK of the EarIC. MayRepresenting
if Circuit Court. Alachua County. FloridaBy
mlWlN be sworn to by the claimant. his agentor
: + RIIR attorney and any such claim or de- Emily WaterhouseDeputy Clerk
mand not so filed shall be vo:d.
3NOIS AIEGWEKMHNS2nd[ ( ( As administrator James Howard of the Southerland.Estate of I (FAGAN.Court Seal CROUCH ANDERSON Hi- Equitable Life
Attorneys for Plaintiff Assurance Society
Arthur A. Southerland. deceased I
ova .I (3601): ':1.16.23.2* 212 Southeast First Street FR 2-3576
t.IN 8Ea1Pl Gainesville. Florida :
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r Tuesday September 29, 1954 Gainesville 13"


12 Mole Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies
': !
CLASSIFICATION

ROUTE MAN. retell home delivery, S GOATS. 1 male and 4 female, F
experienced only. Ex milkmen milk goats. Will sell er trade
INDEX
referred. Full time. age 21-45 for calve Phone 442-1350. '
for details call. 3744943 between
WISCONSIN. Hol.tein Guernsey or ARC
, 7 1.9 P.M.APPLI..NCE.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Swiss dairy calves sh pped on IAIRkIAIGIEIR
REPAIRMAN First approval. All ages. Also Angus--
1 In Memorial class must know washers ranges cross calves. Write for prices.! 10ILdt0IDlCI'IhIdIT1(
. 2 Card of Thanks and refrigerators. Good pay. Write Otto Vanderturg. No.th Prairie, ACROSS 27. Male

3 Lost & Founa Box 305. Casselberry Fl. Wis. Health turkeys TIIEUSILAIB! (

4 Personalized, Services RAISED CAKE DONUT MAN SHETLAND ponies, large resorts 28. Deferred IPtAIIILRRIIAILIlI1$
able to cake do-
Experienced
use
....
S Travel Information nut machine. sober I reliable selection of stud colts. $50. 4: 5. Gem-cutting 30. Expert I1INRRIINITIotRI

4 Special Notices night work yap 'round lob. Ph. GR 5-558l.C. Murray cup photographer --

7 Florists : Fringe benefits. e.ual opportunity Sipprell. Melrose. -f"f-<<' 8. Bleak 31. On thisaccount IIDRMIIADICNAINII( I ...
f4 employer. Apply Mr. George Summers
NEW
I Baby "Sitters. Child Cart Number Food Service Division 2 SADDLES: McClellen skirts, fenders 4: ii.Kindot

f Places To Go And Main Cafeteria, University of ; $35. British trooper suspension S 4 ;.. bean 32. Social A T t4CII ID
Florida. seat $25. Both good condition.
Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE ,.. 1.ii4 81411x 374-M98. 12. Obliteration insect 5 IH IR w E.0 I ITI!!]

BARBER WANTEDFR. BOOK NOW-sAVE LATER. Mr. 14. Candid 34. Sloped lPlII AIWIRIY NjEEJ( ......
29974 Beef Producer protect you r- 38. Fairy queen
self against a possible price rise 15. Surplus APE LIIRI0 GIE.11 '
OLD Florida companyexpcnding In 40.Can1 .
1* Airplane! Sales-Rentals' by taking advantage of our book ( Lt 16. Twining -

71 Trucks for Sale area.available We for now 14 men.have 21 yrs.positions and ing program pullets. September on Beef through cattle ;::; shoot "1. Poetic meter SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE ,
range
N '
79 not Wetrlln. 42. Fatigue
Trucks
experience
Wanted up necessary. ..
October. FMX Gainesville or Ala- 18. Gr.letter
( FLVT8
Write box .su- Gainesville -
10 Tractors t Truck Rentals CoO chua. Phone FR 21095 or 441- & River- 43. Solidify 2. Calumet Spoken

f 82 Trailer Rentals ifications.Sun giving resume and qual- _.5105. 31* NW 10th 5?. FA.Y 19.Island 44.: Sewing 3. End of a. 7.Companion .

H'
S3 Motorcycles I Scooters WORKING DISH ROOM SUPERVISOR. 30 PETS & SUPPLIES party prayer Fugitive

"-'oII1III 84 Automobile Repairs : Sober. reliable able to work 20. Combat 45. Hastened 4.Lght 9..Bendllke.. .

85 Automobiles for Sail .. 1 as group leader. Meals & unIforms LABRADOR RET RIVER, regisler- 22. Stripped footwear bow
furnished. Salary commensurate -
_ed. 2 years old. Phone FR 6-9030.
84 Swap Cars 4.' with willingness to WORK. the hair DOWN 5. Charged lO.Tlnj

87 Autos WantedEDUCATIONAL ..... ** Position open Immediately. Apply BASSET male 3 mos. old. all shots : :- 26. Portal 1. Deer track with 13. Held i -
to Mr. George Summers. papers. '
__Main Cafeteria' U. of Fla. Equal Call FR 6-7 184ARISTOCRAT -: session
:; Opportunity Employer. rrrrrr5: : 10 17. .
of dogdom. Fe -
18 Schools & Instruction CLUB STEWART. Reference required male. Welmaraner puppy. (75. Excellent 'lh.' ton Irving .
19 Music. Dancing must be reliablesober, health. all shots, A K C I I. 12. 13 character
and intelligent capable of man champion line. 3724459. -
20 Wanted-Instruction agement. Good salary for right :. _ 21. Rosy ..
THEREIS man. Write Box 51.A C-O Gaines- BASSET 4 yrs. old. papers 14tl IS 22. A. it Is wrtW --

EMPLOYMENT vllle Sun. female.: $100. 372-1439. I ten: mUle ...

11 Female Help Wanted NOWIS MAN wanted for debit Insurance SIAMESE kittens, and stud service. r 17 Id 23. Drug
work. Age 25 40 high school
registered lilac blue and chocolate -
12 Male Help Wanted education. permanent. Reply Box592A. 24. Bearing

13 Hel -NII. or Female Gainesville Sun.WAITERS. 6<<1.point $25 up. Williston 528- / 19 = : 'lh." I U = 11 .catkins ....-

14 Sales Help Wanted /h 25.Release tht
SIAMESE kittens for sale I wks.
2 weeks training program. tY 4w14-WkL& ZS 2+ IS
26
14 Work Wanted Female Earn while you learn. old $10 and up. "I"I : air ._,

17 Work Wanted Male Steady employment If you qual- Phone 3722601.TWO 26. Red gem

i ify.Gainesville. 2 months old AKC reg- Chihuahua 21 24 29 tones
Golf and Country Club. puppies wormed d 1 _
FARMS
&
LIVESTOCK = =
Mr. Brown 372 1458, Mr. Loudin. 29.Afr.eyc
WORTHWHILE shot. From championship line. 3D V "I VA "7 ;// '// / ---
24 Farm Equipment EXPERIENCED WAITERS Phone 372-6848. Beautiful gift for a new or cn- worm33.Splgot
27 Fed .. Fertilizer APPLY I the-way babyl I Knit 3-pc. set of 3i i r/ --..
SEAL POINT SIAMESE kittens for ply baby yarn. ;/ JZ JJ"I Jf 35- 31 37
21 Livestock I. Supplies Gainesville Golf & Country Club. sale; also yellow tiger kittens I "l"3.: .. Six on diet
Phone 372-1458
.. females available.FR .
29 free. Males Knit lacket or wrap In one piece -
Landscaping Top Soil 35.
WANTED top rate painter. Mustbe 4-9847. from neck down including sleeves. 36 39 4D Journey ...
M Pets 1 Supplies THE experienced. Apply in personat FOUR BEAGLES one year old Easy pattern stitch, cables. Pat- 36.

31 Livestock W.ntedFINANCIAL SE 19th St.. Lincoln Estates. untrained lips full blooded I tern 738: infants sizes 412 42 'ent Ireland ...
Call FR 6-2210 before 7 A.M.
or months. .
.after 4PM.WANTED 13", no papers. $35 ea. Phone .37. Convey .. -..
463-2244. cents in coins for this T- -
retail milk route salesman Thirty-five 1.145 property
M Business Opportunities age 25-45. must be bond- NANCY. age 9. wants Boxer I pattern pattern for- add Ist-ctass 15 cents mailing for and each : : 38. Metal end ...

57 Money to Loan able. Apply to Herald Goins atCanton's puppy. 372-2488. Bird' beak
special handling. Send to Laura 39.
Wewefee-fwes
READINGIN i For time 25 mm. 9/29
51 Mortgages Dairy. Phone 374-7000 I Wheeler, Gainesville Sun Needle- ...
If TIME for appt 32 Mobile Homes For Sale craft Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old
Money WantedMERCHANDISE
Chelsea Station. New York 11. N.Y.
!3-Help Mat or Female CONNOLLYMobile Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER,
NAME ADDRESS and ZONE.

I Home Sales Inc. 2 & 3 .. ..
41 Wanted to Buy COUNTERMAN-Cashier. Hours 10
bedroom mobile homes. Many NEW FOR 19451 200 designs
42 AM. to 2 P.M. or night. Call 34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale
Machinery I Tools floor plans. 7 year financing. more fashions to knit crochet than I
FR 4-8525 for Interview.
43 Building Materials Drive out today. 3 miles Southof everl Plus 3 FREE patterns embroidery !
: MOTOR ROUTE SALESMAN Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD THREE bedroom 2 bath CCB BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH U$ .
44 Household Goods TO CARRIER We have openingfor 374-Oi/l for new Needlecraft Catalog. Reg Broker, specalizing in traverse rOds. $750 down pay i By investing in a U. S. Steel Home .
45 Antiques the Lake Butler area maleor LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. S83 per mOo 4006 N.W. 21st Drive built In this area by
female. Good earnings If you NORTHWEST VALUEI 16 COMPLETE QUILT AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose. off 39th Ave. ALACHUA HOMES INC. ..
44 Misc. For Sale
THE have transportation and desire to TRAILER SALES PATTERNS In deluxe, new Quilt GR 5-2981. 3 BR block home 100 x 120' lawn Phone 374-0430 .
47 Trading Post run your own business with I 2702 Waldo Road N.E. Book. For beginners experts. Send fenced with Llgustrium Model Home Opening every Sun. ..
hedge
OVER 30 acres of lake front. many from 1 P.M. S P.M. beginning ..
very little investment please At Palm Lane 374-0205 50 cts. now I
I 49 Fuel Oil It Woods call Mr. Caputo. Circulation bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnished 2' high. $500 equity and take over August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PL

70 Boats. Marine Equip. R Dept.. Gainesville Sun. 3781411, FEDERAL QUALITY houses with dock and deep payments. 374-8308. Compare cost with all other 3_

71 Camp .. Hunt Fish GET ext. 19. 5 to 7:30 p.m. HOMES INC. 32 Mobile Homes For Sol well Lake pump.Santa Fe.Many Inquire extras.Lewis On IF YOU CAN FIND A BETTER De HOME FOR $22,300. BUY ITI homes "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY ......
k 72 Office Equipment PHYSICAL THERAPIST needed immediately 4820 N.W. 13th St. GainesvilleFR Jewelry Co.Cedar .
TIME.-
SUN for Daytona Beach or 25113 Watt Johnson Mgr. 19H 8x37 2 BR trailer, tub & We do not believe you can finda
73 Musical Merchandise thopedist's office. Write box 590-M shower. Cond. above for Key Shoresfine better home for your money FHA $1,200 down and $98 per--..
average
23 years In business give you adequate anywhere in the Gainesville area. month to qualified purchaser .,
C-O Gainesville Sun. interior appreciate.S1500 .
protection in price, qualIty age. See to
Look at these features Sunken
homesites from $2250 :
with of $550 month.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE COUPLE to work at fish camp. financing. Insurance & servo FR 6-1887. living room. Solarium. .Huge Income per
non-waterfront from $1510 I Spacious with 3 BR 82 bath, ....
32 Mobile-Homes for Sale Cottages or trailer space furnished ice. Ask your friends and o>ir SPECIAL covered screened porch with pass- LR.OR and kitchen. .
with all util. & small sal customers about us. 3 locations to through bar and large sep.
bar-b-gus
104 x 208 Lot for mobile home. gas at 6 block of shop
33 Lots
Neighborhood
for Sale WANT ary. Will lease camp to right serve you Jacksonville, Gainesville Marina LocationsINVEST pit. Central air conditioning. -
$1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes NE 6th St. .. ..
34 Waterfront Property THAT party. Call FR 4-7764 & Ocala. Prairie. For appointment call luxury kitchen with wife-saving ping center at 1005 .
Harold N. Stringer Ph. 372-9659
: facilities needed here dishwasher and disposal. G. E.ov.n .
35 Houses.for Sale WANTED A 1 PRESSERFR FR 6-3052. and Terms or 6-4140. _
range. arranged
34 Cottages for Sale 6-5165 BUTTSMobile Lowest prices, easiest terms largest Motel LocationsINVES Hugh Edwards Inc. 376-7971. RETIRE -,.
AIR WAY DRY CLEANERS In central Florida.We .
37 Real Estate Exchanged display ONE OWNER ONLY And enlov fishing gardening
f accommodations compact
trade for anything. Free delivery : .
..
3 BR, 2 bath home furnished In this 2 BR furn home on Santa
HomesInc. or
38 Reel Estate
Wanted M-Sales Help Wanted up to 100 mIles.fRAILER needed ..
ADS or unfurnished quiet neighborhood I Fe Lake. .... fenced W underground -
39 Out or Town Property MART sprinkling system
3 blks from So Idlewyld
40 Business Properties BETTER SALESMAN to sell completed Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 DAVID ANQREWS- school good location, 10 minutes deep rock well enclosed boat .,_
homes on buyers lot. Excellent East Palatka Phone 328.1050 from Univ.. down town or Coun- dock. Carport screened patio
41 Residential Income opportunity. Contact Tampa Builders NW 13th St. REAL ESTATECEDAR try Club. Moving to California. Only $7,500. good terms. Call'
sale 8' 32,
HOUSETRAILER for x
42 Farms <. Acreage Gene Paramore, Local I FR 6-3102 Sunday and after S 448-1758. -.
Manager. 3727401.16Work good condition. KEY 3841 or 3831
43 Colored Property Sales Phone FR 6-8085 or weekdays. Seen by appointment BY OWNER concrete block 3 bed-
at 6th St. TWO bedroom two bath completely convenient. ...
BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB rooms. 2 baths large
RENTALS Announcements Wanted Female I FR 6-9058 furnished, home. 12500. Good home. Lot 100 x 110'. New exterior See at 1417 NW 10th Ter
BR IVi baths, like terms to qualified buyer. Call 372- peint. Trees 8t shrubs.
,
10
x 55 FT. 3
43-1 Colored Property Rentals On street parking all around our 7658 I NEWLarge ..
COLORED would like to
woman Near churches and
new shopping
CAR! 8 new $75 down, $7183 per mo. I
corner. Open 30 A.M. to S P.M.
44 Cottages for Rent work 5 days a week. Plenty experience each weekday. : Call 376-4007. at anytime. LAKE SANTA FE large lakefront centers. Walk to Little I 2-story home In new restricted -

45 Furnished Apts. 2 CARD OF THANKSTHE general housework. FR 374-8341 1963 mobile home, 12 x 51, $300 high lot beautiful view, conven- wood Westwood schools Bus I residential area. Has 4 bed- '
4-8534 or FR 4-0513. equity take up payments. S42J4 ient to town some citrus, easy service. Strip oak floors. window i rooms, 2 baths upstairs; living, -'
44 Unfurnished Apts. family of Leila Wagner wish SENIOR beautician fft yrs experIence per mo. for 6 yrs. Call after 5 terms. FR 2.4471.ADVERTISE. cornices & Venetian blinds I' d:ning, kitchen family room
47 Houses for Rent Furn. to express sincere thanks and appreciation 24 yrs. old. presently doing BEFORE you bUy see us for top P.M. FR 2-8795. FHA financing S450 down 8. study. & powder room downstairs
r 48 Hou.ufor- Rent Unturn. to all friends for ther: high styling for well established quality In Mobile Homes. Approx- IN THE $39.52 monthly, Immediate occup e n c y. .
floral offerings and the many ex salon In St. Petersburg. Husbandwill imately 35 units to choose from. FOR SALE 1962 Sunlight mobile SERVICE DIRECTORY ance & taxes 17 NW e'36thlnss I Phone FR 28945. W. P. RWge-
49 Rooms for Rent pressions of love in our time of be at U. of F. two fu I' 8, 10. 12, 20' width, up to 60' in home. 2 BR 10 x 51 fully equipped Phone FR 8413.. way. ....

50 Mobile Homes sorrow. yrs. Call FR 2-9420. I a m. to 7 length. in excellent condition verysmall --
--
Jennie W. Blgham p.m. equity and take up payments
51 Misc. Rentals Mary W. Miller Featuring Marlette Hillcrest Windsor Call Williston 528.3731.
WANTED full day's housework. & Park Manor.
Willie Lou

.I 52 Boarders Wanted IN. 3 LOST & FOUND Experienced.Phone 372-5194 o 18 years In Business the Mobile Home WYATT- RE

53 Office,i Desk Space -. ? FLORIDA registered nurse Inter-

54 Business Rentals LOST on old NeWberry Rd. near ested In a position In a physicians "SERVICE HAS BUILT Trailer SalesHome ;
city limit, black and tan hound, office or similar type work. i I
OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD
SERVICE slipped his collar. Contact Jack References. 3729822. of _., t t.w.

Seville. 374-5317. ELDERLY couple or two ladles
Pacemaker Mobile Homes
22 Special Services
NORTH SET OF KEYS lost In Gainesville room & board & assistance in MOBILE Shasta and Airstreait'
23 Home Improvements Shopping Center around drug private home. $100 per, mo. each. Travel Trailers .
store. Very Important that I get 141 N. Church St., Starke. HOMES Ocala's First Mobile Home '
24 Radio t TV Service them back. Phone FR 2-0779 Phone 9691561 of Ocala Dealer Since 1948192j .....
Silver Springs Blvd.Phone 1
25 Appliance It FurnitureWANTAD 4291358
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 18 Schools & Instruction Phone 4293200 Jet. 301 & 441 Ocala Fla. .

j. RATES BUSINESS CONSULTANT available 10' X 45' one bedroom trailer. In -;- ....
on part-time basis. Experienced LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING Drivea good conditon and extra clean. $2.- i THIS WEEK'S IS ONMANARO'S
PH. 3781411for CENTRAL owner manager and for DEVELOP confidence overcome 250. Phone FR 4-7744. SPOTLIGHT
merly with large consulting firm. fear-apply practical tech-
Reasonable fees. For further Information nique develop personality deserve -
33 LOTS FOR SALE
call 374-2771. recognition be an Influence Little
Classified Only RESTAURANT
KUT N KURL BEAUTY SALOON
DEADLINESTues. I Beauty on a Budget BS degree 25 years experience.Start 1 ACRE LOTS 10 minutes from M1 I H J-i on Hawthorne Rd. .. .
Gainesville, with access to Lake -
October 1.
AH work
guaranteed I
Perm. $5 up Sham-set $1.50 up For information call Mrs. Rhea Save a LotLowest Alto now connected to Lake .,; of Gainesville's I II
Open since 1959, Monoro's is one
thru Frl. papers FLORIDA'S 14 E. Univ. Ave. 372-7726 374-7724 after 5 p.m. or Hotel Santa Fe. $420 with low down $
5:30 p.m. Day before publication Open nights by appt. Thomas 3729501. overhead In the Industry payment and balance at $10 per oldest and loveliest Italian Restaurant
mo. with no interest charge. Ph.
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like
LEARN ro DRIVEl jpeclai at MEN d women 18 to 33 to train for 468-1874 after S P.M. on weekdays
Featuring all ef the Italian dinners and foods.
For ads to go In Sun. paper tenSion to nervous or elderly. to work and you benefit. LOOKto popular
12:00 '.M. Sat. Easy Way Driving School. FR CIVIL SERVICE the future. make a sound in ,. 3 Mr. Monoro owner & operator personally prepares
Examinations. For Informationsend vestment. See our top brand Cis 24 ACRE WOODED HOMESITES -
27002. Lie. bv Stale of Fie.
For ads to go In Mon. paper name address & Phone No. tom made 12 WIDES at it Minutes West of Town off paved . everything served in his dining rooms. Mr. Manaro'ttpecialty
I pm. Sat.Minimum. SEE the new beautiful Caroline Key Training Service. 112 W. WIDES prices. 8 yr. financing road $1,400 with low down payment is delicious lasagna end home-mode Italian
( ad 4 lines) Plaza Barber Shop. 7 barbers. Adams St.. Jacksonville. available. Lake Geneva Trailer call Dick Robinson anytime ..
I LARGESTMARKET Open 4 days a week. We Specialize Sales on Rt. 100 1 mile S. E. RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor : sausage. --
:
FAMILY RATES In Razor Hair Cuts. 1620 Real Estate Exam of Keystone Heights. Open eve- 11 W. Univ. Ave 374-1359 .
\ t6.
Checkered tablecloths
W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-9129. nings and Sunday. and candles enhance the j

1 Insertion ........ .. 34c line FREEPARKING_ ATTEND COURSE First lesson feeHOWELL'S RAILROAD charming dining rooms and lend a romantic atmosphere -

3 Insertions ..._ .. 22c line 6 SPECIAL NOTICESLOSE BUSINESS COLLfcuE ADVERTISE IN THE SIDING LOTHAVE : for special evening dining. Choice wines -

4 Insertions ....... 17c line COLLEGE. 21S W. Univ. Ave SERVICE DIRECTORY also add to the Itolian flavor.
4-3507. 3723727. commercial lot ,lthr.ilro.d
12 Insertions .. .. ... 14c line WEIGHT, safely with new o large building "
Dex.A.Diet Tablets. Only 98 cents. MEN.WOMEN WANTED AT ONCto SERVJCE CALLS to suit siding.tenant.Will Give erect satisfactory Serving from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.. Menaro'i is closedon
Total charge computed by :3 PER WEEK. Canova Drug train for Civil Service. Goo $5 tease. FR 4-4457. Monday.
multiplying total lines x rate Company. pay. Thousands of lobs open. Experience Heating Air Conditioning *
earned x number ef Insertions. usually unnecessary. For & Refrigeration Service MANY beautiful 1 acre lots In NW. *
S Five letter words per line 8 Baby Sitters. Child Core_ Information on lobs salaries Contractor Several locations. Priced from i Watch For Next Week's SPOTLIGHT
Requirements local I Interview Any make or model window $1750 up.FORDYCE.
LOVE. concern. Individual attention write giving address phone
ASSOCIATES.. INC.
units and household appli
\ 8 Point await 3 children for child AMERICAN SERVICE. Box J88- REALTOR
Same as 2 lines ordinary type day care In my home. 5 yrs. co Gainesville Sun.SPEEDWRITING ances. Also we clean heaters 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 '
professional child guidance ex Phone FR 2-5002 BILLIARD'S DINING CAFETERIAS *
; PLACE perience. $10 wk. Cat! Mrs. King SPELLINGCivil N. W. 14th Ave. $4500 up
12 point Service Training N. W. 23rd Blvd. $3000 4
376-0972. -- up
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A fast lunch just
FOR good or .
Secretarial LONG'S CAFETERIA
Courses Classes
1 Same as I lines ordinary type S. W. Acre lots $1000 up CUE STICK BILLIARDSFun ifsLARRY'S
TINy TOT now forming. Howell's Business FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Newberry Rd. Acre lots $3750 up for not only young men a cup of coffee Serving hours 11:15 til 2 PJM. end .
College. 218 w. Univ. Ave. RESTAURANT 4:30 P.M. till I:00 P.M. .
BUT
too.
women
FR 4-3507 MARY MOELLER young 1225 W. Univ. A..e.We've .
> 7 -
18 PointSame PLAY SCHOOLVisit Bring your dates .. days a week.
24
expanded are open
313 W. '
HIGH SCHOOLat REALTOR Open 10 AM. "II 12 P.M. University Ave.
as 4 lines ordinary type us and see for yourself home free booklet A m e lean For top quality workmanshipcall 90S N. Main StreetDINING hours for your convenience. ..
24 SE Sth St. FR 4-7804 School P. O. Box 14441 Jacksonville 1019 W. University Ave. HUMPTY DUMPTY DINING-DANCING -

FOR KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE Fla 32216. 372.6142 FR 6-4471 Sandwiches or complete dinners COCKTAILS ..

24 PointSame Day. wk.. or mo. Old Newberry 23 Home Improvements GAINESVILLE 11-3 acre lot In West hills, served In our dining room or
Rd. Planned programs. Pick upat UPHOLSTERY Phone 462-1350 our curb. Open 10:30 A.M.
ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? UNIVERSITY INN
Llttlewood and Terwllliger to
as I lines ordinary type schools. Call FR 7-4447 HAVE your house painted the modern 1S08 N.W. IJth St. SACRIFICE. 125 x 171 lot In highly Dine by candlelight In the delight Midnight.301 NW 13th St. Charcoal Steak Room, Smorgit-
way. All work guaranteed Free Estimates-PICK up and desired area. Will sell for 8300 ful atmosphere of Italy board Cocktail Hour S to 7. 2
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED free estimate. No lob too big delivery. less than cost, much below present MANARO'S RESTAURANT : FOR a fast sandwich Ice creamor drinks for the price ef' 1. Dane- -
36 PI. or too small.MODERN. value. Phone FR 2-4430. specializes In Lasagna. Pizza |lust a good old fashioned ing 'til 2 ..M. to Bobby Griffin's -

NEW Have openings for full 4. part time PAINTING CO. and other delicious Italian Food. root beer. Stop by the Combo & Richard Parker orches
; waitresses. Hourly wage. Must PHONEFR62210MANAGER 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 P.M. A W ROOTBEER STAND tra. 1901 SW. 13th St. FR 6-2442. :

be neat. Apply 1430 S. W. 13th 372-4490 Closed Mondays. 2307 NW 13th St. .
Same as 7 lines ordinary type St. SHOP THE REST. for quick refreshments THEORLEANSHappy Hour 5 to 7 P M. _

WAITRESSES WANTED Manor NOW OPEN Alan's New 24 HoursKing Dancing to the music of the Cobras -
Serving
Restaurant. Apply In person 2325 TRAINEEFOR BUY AT NORTHWEST MR. SANDWICH SHOP Wed. FrL & Sat. nights.
W 13th St. Across from Univ. Post Office size sTrloin, 16 oz.. need we Steaks to perfection In the ..
The Gainesville Sun will not be RESTAURANT. WITH Featuring our own roast beef sandwich say more???? $2.50.DUTCH STEER ROOM
responsible for more than one AND WANTED Legal Secretary. GoodIII.ry EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITYFOR 50 X 10 In natural gravy. 55 cents. TREATRESTAURANT 4540 NW 13th St. 374-9191 .
Incorrect insertion. nor will It for qualified permanent A GOOD FUTURE. The best roast beef In town."
be liable for any error In advertisement resident. Unmarried person pre GOOD STARTING SALARY. '
to a greater extent ferred. Call FR 6-5266 between 9 MUST BE OVER 21 YRS. OF 2 BEDROOM SHELLEY'S home of the Original 1802 W. Univ. Ave. GENERAL GAINES -
A.M. and S PJM. Mon thro FrL
than the'cost of the space oc- AGE. PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT ITALIAN SANDWICHDial Delicious .melt-uvyour-mouth STEAK ROOM :.
WHITE WOMAN with some practical FR 22405. ONLY 372-4582 !
Southern Fried Chicken Featuring U.S. Prime and Choice
cvpled by the Item In the ad.rtlsemtnt nursing experience to care
Larry's, WenderheuseRestaurant. for fast free delivery Complete dinners from 85 cents steaks prepared to your taste _
No adjustment) will week.for elderly Give references.lady two Write days Box a 14 NW 1st St. Also pizza H, Schlitz and Lowen- Serving from 7 AM to 9 PM on our open hearth. Holiday Inn" .

be made oil errors that do not USED 593-A In care of Gainesville Sun. -t beau on tap. 819 W. Univ. Ave. TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT 1900 SW. 13th St. FR 4-1244. _
or our new store at 2204 SW 13th St.
; materially' effect the value of
WANTED RN or LPN for
1 new nursing $1228 1408 NW 1st Ave.
\ the advertisement. home. Call Mr.. Bennett 949- Need Extra Money? BOWLING .
4271. Starke. Fla BABYSITTERSWILL *
WEEK ADVERTISE IN TH$.
& The Gainesville Sun reservesthe COLORED dishwasher. 3 days a Expenses up with School BOWLING at Its finest at
.' ,.. week. Sunday. Monday a\ Tues- starting? You can 'earn $2 PALM LANES
of revising or
privilege day. Apply in person only AM or more per hour as fun ,or SO WHY PAY RENT DINE DANCE BABYSIT in evenings Open every night for your en-

)letting any advertisement which CARS to 10 AM. Carmanella, 706 W. part time Avon Representa Gr on Saturday in my home. (oyment from f A.M. to 2 AJ*. ..

ft deems objectionable and to Univ. tive. Our Saleswomen earn SEE TOM or, JACK ot. 729 N.E. 10th PI Free nursery service.3AC4 .: .

cnange the classification of any LIGHT ASSEMBLY WORK TO DO fine wuld'f Incomes. TAUt I DIRECTORY I #ado Kg. Z7144S1
AT HOME. CREST MFG. it-ill Savings Bond Earn your expenses _
advertisement from thief orderedto COMMERCIAL CATHEDRAL money with AVON. Northwest Trailer Sales TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT. LOUNGE. CAFETERIA OR PLACE :
contorm-to the policy of the CITY. CALIF. Write AVON P. O. Box 448, ;

paper. WANTED white woman to work in Gainesville! Fla. or call 2702 WALDO RD. N.E. OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I

e Browning nursery at schooL Dorothy Call Browning Dorothy FR 2-0421 I At Palm Lanes 376-0205 CALL 378-1411. -

Play SchooL Phone FR 22911.


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I 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale) 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale
3 & 4 Bedroom Models In

NICE 7 room frame house on BY OWNER Pine Forest new 3 BR 2 bath bedrooms and liv. BY OWNER house in N. W. financing SUBURBAN ..SHADOWLAWNESTATES
large lot $4500. Every one hun brick 4 Bdrm., 2 bath, built-in room carpeted, new forced air arranged. Call 3764734. NEWMODELS .
dred paid down, one hundred kitchen. $800 for equity assume oil furnace. On 1 acre of land 3 HEIGHTS
I IS NOW. sliced off of this. This bargain FHA loan. 374-2174. miles from city limits In NW F. D. OLIVER

! THE TIME never been offered before. Phone HIGHLAND COURT, 4 BR 2 baths, section. Call FR 65883.' C&P J .Gainesville's Newest Individual OFFERING.Style For You
FR 62297. Fla. rm.. wall to wall carpet liv- 3 BR frame house on 40 x 100' lot '* Prestige Address t.
MOVING TO JAX? ing room, ,air condition. Phone also 85 by 100' lot next to It. 2 AndDevelopment Built for Those-Who Desire, a) Well planned living areas
GREAT trade opportunity. Will I 372-5347 or wells and 2 septic tanks. Price Realty Only the Best. 9 Quality ."material .. work-
trade beautiful water front I $4500 cash.m.20cil 2nd St. Ph. N. W. 43rd & N.W. 17M PL manstnp*
I ._- Do You Have A Room Apartment home In Mayport area for your 3722080.M 372-5997. Built by Four ef Gainesville's .. A community you would be
Gainesville home or property. S50 a month 2 BR 1 bath sm. Co. Leading Builders brood to live in
i Custom built for ferocious beach living rm.* Ig. kitchen, porch. Now Open FRED MASON "Drive West on N.W. 39th
Or House to Rent? living. Hugh Florida Room. CONVENTIONAL No down payment to person A. W. FLETCHER Ave.past the Glen Spring In-
..=, separate Family Room. .three 3 BR.. 2 Bath. Cent. Ht.. and with good credit. 1704 NE 1st Spacious bedroom home MACOMA HOMESW. tersection. See sign on left.
bedrooms. .three baths.. .Of- Air. Cond.; Nr Parochial and Ave. Ph. 3721537. lovely paneled family Daily 10-6 P. RIDGWAY I FR 2-0866.
fice or den. .beautiful kitchen. Elem. Schools; Lg. Fam. Rm., I
Many. .Many custom features. Beautifully landscaped. Like New STOPONLY $450 down to qualified room beautiful landscaping I
I. REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Shaded by towering live oaks. .By appt. Call Mary Moeller. buyer. 4 BR 2 bath CBS. with underground Village Green
:: vacancy Will trade or sell outright. Contact FHA financing S91J7 mo. Sell sprinkler system. Many and' mosttat
Hugh Edwards Inc.. Allan FLORIDA PARK er pay closing costs. Call 372- 481I Gain lville'l newest' :
. M: Donman. Sales manager. 3721551. 3 BR. 2 Bath over 2200 sq. ft.; for appt. to see. 1806 NW 38th other living luxurious such luxurious apartment building ...
the ud that will rentit BY
I YOU MORE than
! : Large wooded yard Fam. Rm., I Ter. as some wall-to-wall car- J
Picturesque setting. Under $30- and screened ; LAKESHORE
peting large "
FORDYCEREALTOR 000. I UNLIKE YOUNGAMERICA "
; I ANYTHING In Gainesville. This 3 private porch. Located in .
} TREES I BR 2 b, with tremendous screen N.W. Gainesville. TOWERS
\ attract the buyer on these lots 283x ed IS x 48 patio Is a dream ,
275; N. W. 39th Ave. includ- distinguished subdivision, huge lot.
:j .. Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU ing 3 BR., 1 Bath charming older You'll enjoy seeing It. Still time A second home on SantaFe HOMES NOW ;LEASING1LUXURY
I home. Call Mary Moeller. to pick your own colors. Call Lake??? All modern 4 I
II OPEN HOUSELARGE 3723727.
I t EVERY DAY until it is rented: INVESTMENTApprox. and priced under $9,000 Colonial and
LIVING ROOM & BEDROOMS 300x300 with four 3 BR., for the works! Owner is contemp-
,
3 BR 2 bath
plenty of
storage 1900 sq. ft., built in 1 Bath homes located 718-804 N. UNUSUAL serviceman overseas and orary styles. : Brick and
I IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: bookshelves. patio fenced yard. W.consult 16th with Ave.you Call regarding us and let your us needs to be relieved of re- block.
large utility room beautiful 4-Bedroom-2-Bath
investment In Gainesville's fu- .
1 $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day from large baths.2.5 o'clock Come Sunday see this home Sept. ture. We have many Income HOME sponsibility.N.W. 3, bedrooms, 2'baths.
129 NW 30th properties and business lots.
27. St. Off N.W.
26th Way.
I $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day $450 DOWN Suburban Heights 16th Ave. Beautiful NEW Family rooms.

Florida room, kitchen equipped, MaryMoellerl Living Room large brick home on extra All city conveniences and
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day irconditioner, fireplace, 3 BR Dining Room special wooded lot.
2 bath 1400 sq. ft.. landscapedlot. Master BedroomDressingRoom services.
Only 18&... a mo. Call _
$60 mo. . $2.00 per day
per Fordyce 362.1236. Family Room 0 Den Frontage on 441 large Beautifully landscaped.
NO 2 Luxurious Bath Rooms LOT. Exceptionally -
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Separate dining room QUALIFYING living room Push Button Kitchen improved good price.a Completely new designsfor
i and Florida room, 3 BR 2 baths, Realtor Laundry and Utility Room Gainesville
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day lovely NW neighborhood. Large Wall-to-Wall Screened-In Swimming Pool area.
j CarpetS
corner lot and patio. You name 1019 W. University Ave. North N.E.
Central Heat and en 15th INCLUDE
: your down payment and we'll FR 64471Associates 1(41v1)evdUpJleH FEATURES :
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day do the rest. Call Fordyce- Air Conditioning Street to N.E. 30th Avenue Room
Recreation
Pool .
Swimming
$80 per mo.: . $2.66 per day 3761236. E.Dick W.Durbin Moeller Sharon Foster Kesler Grant FRED MASONPHONE / Co. Turn right. Acres of Picnic Grounds Central Heat
Member Multiple Listing Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day FORDYCEAssociates 115 N.W.I Irii STREET Telephone 372-7070 Storage Lockers .Garbage Drop:-Chute
FR 2-8340-FR 2-3182 Jack De Yot Reg. Broker Sidewalks
t Inc. ADMIRE Paved Parking, Areas Lighted
Call 372.2511 or Come In
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Multiple Listing Realtor THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN Ask About Our 825 N. W. 13th St. 3 Elevators
Grace Fordyce. Broker rouiiG ["AMERICA HOMES
Trade-in Plan
I $95 . $3.16 day Associates: WIMBERLY ESTATES
per mo. per Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden : j PHONE 3764456FOR
-- O. C. Gay Dick Banks I t]
: : $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Frances Hough Sarah Goulden Uoyd Myrick Bldr. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
926 W. Univ. Offering more quality
376-1236 McCOY'S I (24 Hour Service)
for less moneyW .
SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY

-: CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR New Brick Homesby 36th Tir. off N.W. 39th MACOMA HOMES INC. Sun Want 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441
Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er Ads

by appt. J72-54M er 2-054. Butler Bros. BUILDERS
i : SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Builder In beautiful Suburban Heights west of NW 43rd St. Get Results

3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen adjoining city limits.
equipment. cen. heat VA no
I down payment. FHA from $700 The Charming the Livable I.. II
down-no closing costs. New Homesin RANCHO GRANDE TIKI

Capital Builders Inc. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, 3 bedroom 2 both, large .

: 35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sole N.W. J7th Place & 4th Street study, family room, living screened porch beautifulroom J9

OPEN HOUSE DAILY dining room, oak family room oak parquet
: ThEW MODERN REDWOOD BY OWNER immediate possession I parquet floor drapes infloors, drapes included. -.... -
,
financing arranged. Not Ina Call 372-031 er J74-7788.
112,500-187 month prolect. Call 372-4401. days or I WESTVILLANW eluded. $30,000 10% $28,500 10% Down. HOMES
3 BR. 2 colored baths. 376-274 evenings to see our 1800 Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
''
130 Ft. lot on paved road. sq. ft. 4 BR. 2 bath cent. heat
4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave. .
Dbl. stainless steel sink. S. air cond. CCB home at 929 NE READY FOR OCCUPANCY .&
13 Ft. Formica work area. 10th PL BOBBY L 16th Ave., .
30 In. Coppertone "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
range 2 or 3 BR home on Lake Wlnnot. THE REGENCY3bedroom.2 bath. Full brick foyer double
\ Laundry rm. adlolnng kitchenS All furniture Including wash- us give you an estimate on contracting your new ,
FL glass dr.. Ig.windows at 37th St. home. lot with ..for stable
BRYANNow custom 1.435 feet.
Beautiful wood paneled areas. Ing machine refrlg. & new bed- carport. square Huge room
\ Carport and storage room. room beautiful suite. Workshop.well landscaped Locatedon Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6-7290 and corral in rear. 1736 N.W. 39th Drive $19,00010%
1520 NW 55th Ter. FR 25400
IV* acre lot. Si.400. GR 55626after' back in Gainesvilleto Nite. FR 6-5015 or 6-6502 down $122 per month. "
: FOR ONLY S450 down and FHA P.M. weekdays. serve you in all typesof
Office located
at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.
: approval' you can have Immediate Terrazzo.B WALTER STUBBSInc. THE POWELL 3-bedroom. 1 1'/2-bath. Oak floors central
I $45 month Includes taxes and
possession and ownership of per
the best value house for sale In Insurance. All city conveniences heat full brick large WOODED LOT. $14.000 '. $500
NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air built In G. E. Kitchens. SI00 .
down $86.49 month.
conditioning. Paneled family room down VA, $395 down FHA Includes & Terrazzo per ,
w_ Joining Ilving-dmlng area for extra I closing costs. Hugh Edwards OVER 90 HOME PLANS FOR YOU TO,CHOOSE- FROM. WE
Inc. 2909 N.E. 15th Street. Phone 376-5394 -
.. and spaciousness.dishwasher. Back Electric yard range completely 5 37-7!. __, ;, _-! '* a, Company ; HAVE SEVERAL LARGE WOODED LOTS AVAILABLE OR.

enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY. ,
Call 3764147 for appt. to see at 2605 NE 19th Dr. "We trade houses" FORwoMEN
2213 NE 7th Ter.PERFECT STEPHEN FOSTER Phone FR 2-0881 "WE DoN'T BUILD HOUSES ,WE BUILD HOMES!/'

FOR RETIREDOR HEIGHTSLocated For quick free information ... at'no obligation, call 3722527or

II 372-6441 evenings.
YOUNG MARRIEDSNew at N.W. 37th Place &
6th St. New brick homes under You can depend on
colonial ranch style home on construction. Pick your own CAINESVILLE'SYEARS
wooded comer lot. Garage Is per colors etc. VA !. FHA Terms. THE JAMES COMPANY: -
feet for storage now conversionto
Florida room or office later. W AHEAD COMMUNITYBY
G.E. eye level oven and countertop Capital Builders Inc. 901 WALDO ROAD
*" .
range. White terrazzo floors. '
Built-in book cases. Breakf 1St N.W. 37th Place & 6tll Street 'The biggest little builder in town", '
counter. Easy qualifying. SI 1.200. Call 17I-OU1 ar 31- lu .
i -- S650 down. S7S per month. Hugh
Edwards Inc. 3767971. BUTLER BROTHERS





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, '.

-I __ large storage and utliity room. Double car- $16 000 UP

= port with curved drive sodded lawn. Excellent you like working in a convenient, modern OWN YOUR HOME
location. Immediate with small
occupancy LOW FHA DOWN PAYMENT
down payment FHA, no down payment VA. kitchen you won't find any more modemor
NOTHING DOWN VA
Located at 506 N.W. 34th St. Cost convenient than in a Kirkpatrick and Pier- Now
$100 Closing
CALL YOUNG AMERICA HOMES $ INCLUDING
'
son home in Highland Court Manor. The redesigned

= 3727070COMPARE MONTHLY TAXES AND
with you in mind. Why not see them
FERN WOOD MANOR PAYMENTS
? features include INSURANCEFROM
today Outstanding :
''I

$12,250 up
!

I! Double stainless steel sinks 4 lr.

$400 DOWN FHA ,-
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The occupancy.following are reedy for construction and will be ready I WALK TO SCHOOLS

3330 N.W. 28th Ave. for occupancy soon! Vinyl tile floors

4 BR. JVt baths $1250 tfn.
SIM per mo. r WATER PENETRATION OR

I 3310 N.W. 30th PI. NO DRAINAGE PROBLEMS. Genuine Wai I-Tex vinyl paper + '" s r

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APPOINTMENT ONLY INCLUDES:
3300 N.W. 28 h PI. '
527 E. Univ. Ave. .
Large, comfortable home for 3 BR, 2 baths. SSOO dn., $117 Custom built-in cabinets Large Improved Lot G.E.
4 BR 4 per month. Built-in .Kitchen -Radiant
a large family. DIRECTIONS
baths up living room, family : Drive West on $100 down VA Heat Garage :r Carport -
room parlor, dining room 16th Ave. Turn All Masonry Construction _
dinette. screened porch BR 715 N.W. 36th St. Left 38th St. Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Real Plaster Walls _TTerrH-
kitchen 2* baths down completely 3 BR, 2 baths StOO dn., $117 on
.. \ air conditioned all per montl\ or 39th Terrace. so Floors Awning Windows
bunt-In appllances-wonderful Terr. Phone 372-3471 Formica Cabinets;and van
opportunity for nice rooming $395 down FHA iris, Fully: Insulated Ceilings -
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-= : :!!"' ," :::; 35 HouMt for sele' 41, Farms fr Acro.te' 49 Rooms for Rent 66 Misc. For Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE I

85 Automobiles fo Sole 85 Automobiles for Salt

s bedroom, 1 bath 6-room frame 80 ACRES NICELY furnished. Private entrance I ALLSTATE metal. Utility trlUer. H U NTERSNDFISHERMEN1q44 .

house. close In. nice neighbor South of Newberry end West of bath and parking, space. .like new $100.Call half ton International :panel 1957 PORSCHE CPE completely CLEAN, 1956 Ford radio, heater,
: hood. Ig shady lot. $9,950. US 41. nicely rolling with beautiful Excellent heat business man er FR 67465DON'T truck for sale. Phone' FR 2-tflX rebuilt n II 0 n auto trans. PERFECT SECOND
I Terms. Walter Stubbs Inc. Ph. large trees. Partly cleared. graduate student. 1516 NE Tin After 6 P.M. throughout. See at 2115 N 7 CAR. must sell. Call FR 1-21
: 37 -S3t4. suitable for pasture or farm St. After 6 P. M. merely brighten your car- PL after 1 P.M. Will trade.
: pets. Blue Lustre them. 83
HOME & INCOMEA ing. Several lovely home sites. FURNISHED ROOMS 2% blocks eliminate rapid reselling. Rent Motorcycles & Scooters 6) OLDS fac. air turbo 1964 GRAND PRI Sunflr Red.
Only $120 per acre. Half cash from campus. 52$ SW 1st Ave. electric shampooer $1. McDanled charged .etlr loaded. John new price $ Sacrifice at
very nice 3..BR, 1 bath hometo and S year terms. S. E. SAPP Call 37S-13* after S ".M. Male Furniture Co. Gainesville Shop- ALLSTATE CRUSEIRE. completely Pterson, FR s 27Q .see at 1122 S Tri excped. flnanc-
live In and adjacent, buildIngs REALTOR NEWBERRY. students only. ping Center. overhauled, looks and runs NW 4th Ave I 23f.
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for Day In good. $100. Call FR 2-3223
Nursery now
FOR QUIET male student Single 21- G. E. T. V. picture tube '61 parKwood wagon with
I. operation Shaded lot with 160 unlimited x 415. N.Income.W. location. 40 Acres approx. t mi W of room with semi-private bath. ok but something Is wrong (I 1962. 2UNDAAP. 2jO CC II Crol. STUDENT SPEC- 8? Aute ,Went.

For full particular .call Gainesville.000. Livable house $ .- availableImmediately.. Located don't know what $25. (This may excellent condition. must CIA"P perfect caM

372-4351.. across street from heart of cam- be a great bargain). Call FR selL Phone 466-3237. 40 mi.. $395. Phone CARS WANTED. t SO>54 Fords
PUS. Phone FR 6-3012. Chevrolet Herndon Servfc
ROOMING HOUSE 141 acres NW 39th Ave.. Beautiful 25035.ENLARGER. Miconopy.. Fla.I 6 S. Station. A St.BARKLEY .

I f1 NEW Nuniber \ rolling land in country. 51 Misc. Rentals, 35 mm 2V4 X 3'A. 1957 Cross country Rambler station .1 S .I
TIIo Income from this large two
$20. leica III lens; 16 mm B&Hmovie I 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS wagon excellent condition. $500.
story home will net the owner S'T acres Nr neW Hesp.; suitable for 'camera. Sell or trade for CaR FR 6-1950.
an income while paying for the TRAILER SPACE '
complex bldg.Ranchettes.
LAa1( 8.1411 7 property and give him I nice FOR RENT Nikon F lens. 3725056. UR CONDITIONING tune up FORD 1954. runs good S7S. SIMCA. -

apt to live In. For full details S. 'of town price reduced $20 MONTH SINGERAUTO Special, tut for performancetest. 1959. '.I new engine
call us.NICE. Newberry Trailer Park AH makes and models good tires. S5 $450 for bom.

Newberry Fla ZIG ZAG of Chrysler built cars. Hawes- 411 H 15th anytime, MUST MOTORS

& NEWIf 430 acres. West _of Gainesville Powers Motor Co. Air CondItioning .

25 'acres with hwy.- frontage.MARYMOELLER. 51 Office-Desk Space Repossessed Servicing Center. 204 N. "'M THE AUTO GAMEBARKLErS -
: : you want a really nice home Real nice. No attachments need Main St.. Phone FR 22561. 1964 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY
N 1i then take a look at this new 3 ed. Person with good credit take COUPE. local owner fl equip THE NAE

BR. 2 bath CB home at 366 i SECURITY I BUILDING up pay. of Si mOo or pay balance 85 Automobiles for Sale ped. Including air 4.008 2201 N. Msia S.
NW 16th Ave. Half acre tot. Central 1105 W. University Ave. First Oats of $7*. Write Jimmy Cros- actual miles, n cash rY.
heat & A-C. Family Room REALTOR Office Space. Air cond.. elevator by. Gen. DeL Gainesville. Bus S New di price FR 2.437
f Elec. kitchen. A small down off-street parking. Janitor .VOLKS AGENTl 5 perfect con- Ho 490.
S payment will move, you In. Giveus 101- W. University Ave. service available. Call FR 6-6406 iness. dition throughout. must seJL Bus. -21 p

I a call today. FR 6-4471 er FR 2-3419. "GIVE-A-WAY PRICES" A bargain at $775. Call owner
VW WO DELUXE radio &
Harold "
160 ACRES,3 BR home tobacco TWO offices lust completed first Refrigerators S2S up; 17 cu. ft. Evans. 37S-1424. heater condition dean. VOLKMILLER

UNIVERSITYREALTY allotment. barn.'tractor & equip.. class 360 sq. ft to each office. freezer S50; like new apt. size CLEAN ltS7 Fleetwood Cadillac.All 41,000 g
utility sheds ahd pasture. Only $75 per month each.: Located gas stove S45; brand new sofa power. AC. new traits, and .
36000. $7200 down baL over 2615 N.W. 6th St.. Nationwide bed & chair $5*.>S. exhaust system. Highest offer P F 2-3477

Ooyrs. Insurance, FR 62524. ANTENNAS over $500 or $150 and take up FOR SALE I960 FORD com M
FORDYCE ASSOCIATES INC Complete 30 ft. telescopic all channel payments of $3 .66 per me. Cad down take payments.If .
money
[ 1115 N. Main St. u
REALTOR kit for $11 5. 376-3971 ANYTIME.
35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Salt Ph 3724351W. f2' W. Unlv. 37 -1236 54 Business Rentals Econo kit SI 2 Interested see L Tbon.
DODGE 1606 NW St.
M. Munroe. Broker Guaranteed cheapest prices. 1962 4 dr. sedan. 6 cyl- 13th

FOR SALE by owner. 4 BR. 2 OCALA blOCk. 3 BR, 2 bath Irg.openbeam Assoc: Gilchrist TOBACCO ALLOTMENT 120 farm. SMALL warehouse for rent. Call I. sa trans. rli. heat 1963 PLYMOUTH St.t Wa 4 I
County. acre
S. E. McLaughlin Frank Roby WILLIAM'S SERVICE CENTER. e. nro B.rg.1 I I n I34H dr. VA..
I bath central' heat air conditioned ceiling. paneled dinIng I 4* mile highway frontage 2 bedroom DAN BYRD T. Nt. p BROWN
RoyMcCann, T. C. Jr.
Douglas. Hawthorne Rd. steering like
built .- In kitchen. dishwasher & family room with flreolace home. tobacco barn and 11 new.
disposal. l' bik. from ClubHouse Irg. fenced-in back yard acre tobacco allotment. Excellent 3768268. 3723937 FORD 1956 Fairlane 4 dr. auto. $1895. Call 3723251 after 6 P.M. 1030 E. UM,T.

& pool. Membership in- built-in kitchen.. 37 -2OI0. or 4681683. JWK Serms. FOR LEASE 10,0(>> sq. ft. store BECAUSE OF CROP FAILUREWe trans excellent cit 1 own and all day Sat. & Sun. FR 2-3582 -

cluded. 211 NE 10th Or. Phone ANGLE REAL ESTATE building W. Unlv. Ave. Price $800 i, had to repossess a 1964 model _er. Can 272-S703.ne' .
37 1D21 after 5 30 P.M. weekend
: or per mo. Call Hershatl Heynes
THREE bedroom family room. Call us for details swing needle select-o-matlc FAIRLANE 500. '5*. 4-drw air conditioned '62 VOLKSWAGEN
FR 6-2641 B. F. Mizell. FR
located on large corner lot. Excellent 372-8404 C. L Angle. Broker or zlg-zag sewing machine. This power steering auto. I"nr.roctl
I, BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 btth. CCB neighborhood. convenientto O. J. Angle Associate 6-7551. Machine fancy stitches. buttonholes trans, radio and heater. Call I t.ter. solid white, extra

house central heat J. air condo schools andj shopping. FHA NEW acre of LISTING ground with In beautiful almost Florida an-I 4404 NW 13th St. 376-627 LARGE Shop building. Long term hems sews on buttons appliques 372-6400. clean, low mileage, $1295. 1964
extra Ig. living ,m. I dining financing. The James Company. lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th over casts darns mends .
Park. and MUST SACRIFICE 1961 CADILLAC I
area. Shallow well with pump 4 Phone 3727AOI.'ROOMING. Spacious gracious FARM for sale. 10 acres located Ave. FR -5S6I. etc. Take over 7 remaining pay.
sprinkler system. Only 3 tiki toetem three bedroom. two bath approximately 20 miles North of ments of Si.50. Call Credit Ad- 4 dr. loaded low mileage, MELTON MOTORS
home with large living room. Gainesville on Santa Fe River. FOR STORE WAREHOUSEspace make offer. Phone 372-3911.
& |Ir. high 1<..IoOIS.Price luster 372-7610.
large dining room, pane I lied call John Merrill. Realtor. 73 N. MAIN
ST. PR
Over V mile river frontage. 50
HOUSEFIVE VALIANT. & h,
4
dr. 6-7
$14,500. financing avair. For appt. r
A.T.
study; fireplace overs II' d acres cleared 140 acres wood 372-144. 14 Ft. boat. trailer and 35 HP 6 FORD'CLEARANCE
to Inspect phone 374-4:85 or 372- BEDROOMS, 3 baths new master bedroom two car tobacco motor. Small baby crib also' S V.2 ee. rJ.. & white
ed. 2 acre allotment I .
good
5333. Bob Saunders. 1038 NE 22nd mechanical ---- -
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ly Central H .t. garage beautiful grounds HP Outboard motor. Call after Ihar
redecorated. 0
house and tobacco barn. Ideal 61 Wonted .
Ave. to Buy condition. Call
All rooms rented. Completely, fur. all in perfect condition. 2:00 P.M. FR 64591. 34195
for row crop farming. $100 per
nished. Excellent Income. Located NEW LISTING In Highlands. Beautifully acre terms. CENTURY IUICK 2 tone, PS POOLEGABLEMOTORS
f CLEAN In area near Business Professional appointed three bedroom, WOULD LIKE TO BUY 12', wood STOP &Brke r & new tires.
Offices. Price $11,750. two bath house for sale at FHA fishing boat suitable for small $275. Phone FR *-
tnchoice dea
Four bedroom, 2 bath home evaluation of $14,50000 Large lake. Phone 462-127. LOOK 7043.
ALSO have 200 acres of high rolling
.. NW. location. easy walk. '
living room large family
Littlewood SchooL New FOR RENT OR SALE land Ideal for planting COINS WANTED I DODGE-DART
Ing to room with broken tile floor READ CHEVY Impala 64. New
_. paint' Inside and out terrazzo pines. Adjoins Olena State Park. All U.S. and foreign' silver I
sidewalks.enclosed .
lot with
...',._ floors' built In range and oven. THREE bedroom home. near SIdney corner garage. Many I $100 per acre terms. Contact dollars proof sets ,and 155 This Is a chance of a lifetime to I 2,750 mi $2600. Cal FR- I TRUCKS
Lanier School and Main
John R. Dykes. Reg. RE Broker. I
.. central heat beautifully woodedlot buy top quality office machines. 6-4405. SALE
and established lawn. 3708 Street Shopping Center. Two bed extra luxury features. Rt. 2 Box 122C3. Citra Fla. or half dollars. I 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-4343
room house to be Included In ECONOMICAL living at only $SfOO .. call REBEL STAMP. & COIN SHOP MERCURY convertible 1960
N.W. 22nd Place. Ridgeway Con- 63*-571* Ocala. Prices so low we don't dare quote pr 4
.00 with low down payment 809 W. University Ave.
structon: Co. 372-8965 or 372-6624. price. Well landscaped corner them In this adll : steering brakes,
lot. Call for appointment to see. possible. Two bedroom masonry seats. Large engine. A-l cond.
RETIRED executive would like to
home of 1,300 feet in con- 4J Colored Property 'Call 376-0096. '
: square invest in small business. Write 250 pieces of office machinery Value Rated
venient Northeast. Another two
f' PARRISHPRESENTS ALACHUA REALTY bedroom home near the to P.O. Box 61, Keystone,Heights, (typewriters. adding machines. '60 SUNBEAM Alpine excellent
HOMES FOR SALE
check protectors cash registers one extras. SHAW
: Florida. owner. many Used Cars
c
furnished
University, completely 2 1 bedrooms. SE 14th St. & calculators, file cabinets) readyto right. Call FR7824..
' AssociatesMember at 19fOO.OO with rental In- 7th Ave. Small down payment. DEHUMIDIFIER, for small room;
1 come possible. monthly payments $57 to $65. operate from 110 volt current. got 57 FORD. F-500, 2 Dr. VAT.. B&G MOTOR CO. i

Multiple Listing (LARGE beautiful wet! drained Also homes built. on your lot PHONE 376-2503 after 6PM. We have all makes and models. R & H. Exceptionally ct. a n
,lots in Rldgewood. Reasonable Good tires. $625. Phone FR'
Cadillac Oldsmobile &
Whether -
with Ph. It's electric manual
.. For Rent: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath 435 N. E. 1st St. prices.. All improvements paid. FR 1-4125.no down' payment.' 64 Household Good. rebuilt or new. WE HAVE or IT. 6921 after 5 P.M. 2001 NW 13th St.
home In Northeast. Central heat .3762441Arle Lmiewood Westwood schools 1959 CHEVROLET
Impala conver
"' and air. conditioning. Unfurnished. T. Smith. Broker lust around the corner. LOTSI CLEAN. used refrigerators for sale Also excellent repair & service at tlb. PS, PB new engine. Price

: Mabel Gore Associate J. W.KIRKPATRICK. am Interested In buying several Phone 372-5002. amazing low prices. __,15. Phone 423.
lots at the right price.. Call KEETER238
I : For Rent: 1 Bedroom home In NE nlce'3 372-4125. 20 CU. FT. upright freezer $125or T-BIRD. '56, good condition; $1295.
SACRIFICE by owner. BR. will exchange for refrig. in Sale Call Frank Mollca, TROPICALPONTIAC
dining Grand
Location. Living room. Opening Ro 2
In
I bath. CCB house NW sec
New. Quality Hugh Edwards built Simpson, .
room and screen porch. Unfurn- Realtor good condition Call 3764727. ,, 33137.
tion. Lg. paneled living rm.. with
home. Three bedrooms 1 bath. STARTS SEPTEMBER 21
ished. walMo-wall carpeting. Built In 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 11404 ECONOMY car for
As low as $43. per month with T-A-G APPLIANCESTested t drivig. W. University
oven & range. Separate dining ASSOIATES: UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIP. good buy for .
: : NEW'LISTINC. Almost new 3 bed 12.000 down or will arrange termsto and Guaranteed $ -
2 bath. centrally heated rm. with bar. $450 down. and Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnel suit buyer. Located 643 NE 42 Refrigerators from $3* up & F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. ault mileage 28073. Call -1 302 N.W.Bth A"..
room assume'$*0 mo. payments. Phone Capt. A. w. Reece. USN. Ret.
15th Street. Ranges from S3* up 2727 NW 6th St. Phone FR 6-5371 I
and alr Edwards Inc. 17 Washers from FR 2.258
large 100 x 200 lot In Wimberly Hugh $1 upS BRIGGS & STRATTON reel type soft top good tires. Cal -
Phone 376-771 Dryers from $49
up -
Estates. Built-in kitchen units.
mower and edger. both need repair 4-42Safter3PM.
2 Food-Freezers from $**
.GLADYSSMITH Fred NICE. freshly painted howe in up so will sell for SI5.00 ea.
BLACK ACRES. Traditional bed. the Jonesvllle\ Settlement. 2 bed- 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Phone FR 2-5229.. FOR SALE 1948 Plymouth good
room. 2 bath home wltb living rooms. $150 closing cost balance 10 TV Sets from $35 up condition, $100.
room. separate dining room family payments. Call 376-1S20 dayor JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. DOWl ING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs. Call FR 61587.
easy
Alf NW 8th Ave.Ph. 3725303 S3. No THE
low
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room with fireplace lovely Arnold night Bruce Bulk!* as money -
-------modem built In kitchen., Central down low as 55 per month. .- -
,he.tMASON 3725393Price TWO bedroom house with bath. Located DISCOUNTPRICES Free estimates. pickup and delivery GAINESVILLEAUTO
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Reduced -' I Real Bargain In New Gainesville Area. service. All work guaranteed -

MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom In a 3 brm.. 3 bath home In NW RealtorBEATLE $150 closing cost low monthly Phone 3767786. SALES TOTALLY

: : 2 bath home with central area Flnley School. Monthly payments. Available immediately. UPRIGHT PIANO for sale $35,
heating and air conditionIng. payments only' $122.00. .Central BRUCE BUILDERS. 1250 NW 45 good condition. 1007 N. Main St.

: Lovely fenced rear yard Heat Large and beautifullot. BUYS Ave.. FR 6-120. We undersell everybody.HENDRIX Phone FR 6-9058 or Phone FR 2.6313 NEW
for chil
makes Ideal play area /
: : dren. Convenient .to schools. PLEASE. PLEASE ME. Buy 43.1 COLORED RENTALS FR 6-8085. Northcentral Flid

Two story -.older home. Can be this beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath '

: : IMMEDIATE occupancy can be made Into apartments good financing split level with central heat end NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. TV's Largest. In : 1965 MERCURY
had en this pleasant 3 bed -See 122S NW 4th. St. air conditioning fireplace and NOW RENTING West. area; $19 $80-17-23 Inch. trade Inpndent Dealer
upright freezer $65 &
room. masonry home on nice. : -and.then call uir 2 car garage. Corner lot. nicely COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex Range frig. 40" $45 allow. Financing discounts on
T.v. Haw.thome
KIRKLAND -
large let In Florida Park. WalkIng 2.200 feet cash sale:
landscaped. square apartments, large living and Hotpoint 2
refrlg. dr. $75
t distance to Gainesville High; Roomy 4 brm. 2 bath'110m.. $27.300. Owner says sell and dining area modern kitchen with 25" laundromat $49.50 Rd. across from Gaines.DriveIn. FOR THE NOW ON DISPLAY .
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and J. J. Finley Schools. comer lot on NW 6th St. FR 2-500. COREC .
-Ilrg.
: : please me too.I fan. large storage closets, terrazzo West. combo wash N dry $75
Central h.at-This- can be too a floors tile baths. space heater Easy combo wash N dry $75 GE push button elec. range 4 TIME SEE IT DRIVE IT /: -
UNIVERSITY ACRES. New westside home and future Investment HOLD YOUR HAND
WANT TO and hot water heater facilities Antique Leather Trunk $30 burner timer Ig. oven 2 yrs.
restricted subdivision of See 1924 NW 6th St. Then call while we sit, before the old for washingmachines and Antique Wood range $1750 old; cost $289. Sacrifice at $109. FR 2-1411 '

o, C acre lots. Paved streets. Inside. brick fireplace In our spacious paved streets. See at N.E. 26th Wicker Desk & Chair $18 GE clothes dryer good. condo CRANE -
lots $3950. comers $ 250. 0 u us.GLADYS 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large Ter. or call for appointment 372- Antique Love seat $45 $49. FR 25047. Of
side city limits. thus NO CITY I SMITH kitchen complete with oven 5321 or 372-5372. Courtesy

range. dishwasher disposal and HICKS RADIO S APPLIANCESBEST SERVICE EQU I P MEN T (tire Chevrolet LINCOLN MERCURY

TAXES.M.M. Realtor plenty of space for eating. Separate 45 Furnished Apt*. OFFER TAKES antenna changer power grease gun; floor I N.Univrsit. 1 6th Ave, 506 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. OPEN !
air pressure
Associates: dining room. Big two car complete dbL bed. apt. gas stove lack. compressor.
: ; Power Anna HInson garage. Near University Coun- EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $50 30 gal. water heater elec. Ironer. washer. electric grinder. tow

Virginia Caroline -Noves .. try Club. month. Phone 466-344: ell heater. 321 NE 3rd St. bar, nut & bolt bin, elec. colddrink 1\\
N cooler .
box with water )
.1228- .W. University Ave. ... CLOSE YOUR EYES WHILE I EFFICIENCY 3505 N.W. 17th St. -HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS; some "1419 Hawthorne Rd. 3725285. II _.
i 5393
PARRISHAssociates Phone 372- KISS YOU In the privacy of our $45 per mo. Call McKINNEY good shape some not so good.. 1P.COMEsEE. '

MUST BE SOLD by Oct. 10th. 3 secluded screen porch. Three GREEN REALTOR FR 2-3617. PHONE 376-6819 Repossessed Automatic : .
BR. 2 bath house In NW sec bedrooms. Florida room. excellent does .
Associates Inc. twin needle zlg zag
tion. Cent. heat. air conditioning landscaping. paved street GARAGE APT. and 1 BR apt. forrent ASSORTED pieces of home fur. Singer MESAV {
Helen Crlh.mCaroly" button holes
Hill stitches
H. Wayne I all fancy
by the month centrally lo nishing to include 3 piece bed
$600 down Phone FR 6-8314. $1X000. condition. C
Parrish !
II Pooley Mary I darns & mends. good
cated. Phone FR 29244.IN room set. dbl. springs & f a a m .
19 NE First St. rubber mattress. .11' excellent Si.50 per month. Balance $81. : ; -
Tel. 372-5375 McKINNEY YEAH. YEAH YEAH Young WALDO. large bedroom and condition. Mlkell's Sewing Machine ServiceCo. '- .
Phone FR 2-0908.
love special. $300 down. S61 per complete kitchen and bath carport s.'
GREEN month to qualified FHA buy. & private entrance. Phone COFFEE tables. reupholstered liv 115 W. Unlv Ave. 378-1351 :: t"f/

t SWIMMINGPOOL er. 2 bedroom 1 bath, oak 46S-1114. room suites bedroom suites G.E The

DEATONREALTORS refrig.. jllder. antique furniture 67 Trading Posts 1965
r FOR A MALE STUDENT who and bric-a-brac. Nearly Nu Furniture -

floors.Arnold I needs to save money. An Inexpensive 318 NW 8th Ave. FR 6- HELPI HELPI! THE STUDENTS
Not mod-
efficiency apt. 4892
HAVE TAKEN OVER. I would _
WE RECOMMEND dern but conveniently located to love to trade a gas stove for a -''- ''' ', ,. ,.
SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2'blth Yes. this cud. home will pleas REALTY COMPANY campus. For more Info. Phone 66 Mlic .For Salt. second refrigerator. Phone 372 t.: :., l .$ ." ?.;' .

masonry home with 14* :x 32 you In many ways Its location Multiple Listing Member FR 6-3012. 4028. .

I SWIMMING POOL Located In Is Ideal In the Northeast 1219 W. Univ. Avenue WANT STUDENT or working mother GOV. WINTHROP secretary desk 4
the NW section lust outside Highlands area J B.R. 1 bath 3723522 to share 2 BR apt. Call FR walnut $120; Irener EASY $90;
the city limits. This Is an exceptional L.R. -- D.R. Fireplace Associates: 2-4355 $ to 5 P.M.. or 3764702 iwlngs non-tip heavy gel stee 70 Boats- M arine Equip..

buy at $24.350.CONTEMPORARY .. garage A real good value Jim Sheppard Jane Caldwell after 5 P.M. Mrs.Abramson. has, trapese $35; Phone 372214J SENSIBLESPECTACULARS'\
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It's realistically priced at $11.- F. W. Hodge Bob Kalkman 5 H.P. Johnson. excellent condition: g
t 3 bedroom 2 500 A quality home Good Walter Stoddard Jimmy Greene NEAR UNIVERSITY turn apart HI-FI floor'model with separate $85 cash. Or will trade for 3 HP
ment. 2 BR porch. 411 NW 15th speaker In cabinet Evlnrude. Phone 374- ,
bath home of Ocala block con- condition Can be F.H.A. fl- good condItion Johnson or .j
.
Down an d St. $60 Call FR 2-4647 ; $35. Phone 472-2194_ 9733 r
NW with $35000
tho
atrvctton located In sec nanced
tlon.' Special features Include $7200 per month Drive by 37 Rail Estate Exchanged isToSportscraft boat & Johnson : ,;- .

stepdown Florida room. open 1114 N. E. 5th St. and call for. 46 Unfurnished Apts. ,SINGERSLANT0MATIC 25 hp. motor. Original p r Ice :.lt. 1 j !' .
beam callings central heating appt. FR 2-3617. h H.A-V-E $2,000 will sacrifice for $200. L _. -H.
and air conditioning range carpets Business Investment Property. NEAR CAMPUS 2BR duplex Phone 37 -7882.
I drapes garbage dispose MUST SACRIFICE 150 Front ft. on busy street In apt. lease by year $*0 per mo.

and dishwasher. Beautiful lawn Yes. this Is your opportunity to NW. Married couple only. Not suitable Approx. 7 mOo old does everything SCUBBA GEAR. new tank and 1YWyyy YTYI
and shrubs. ONLY $25,300. purchase a fine 3 B.R. 2 bath- W-A-N-T for children or pets 376-4651. with out art's. Makes buttonholes regulator pressure gage. $100.

Central' heated home for $2,000 Exchange for property anywhere DISTINCTIVE 1 BR apt. suitable sews on buttons. blind Call Ronnie at 964-1482 or 964-3661
LOVELY > bedroom. 1bath.. under the FHA value of $17.250 In city. Contact Wayne Mason : permanent single/ faculty mem- hems etc. Pay bal. of $128 or and McCoy Lumber FR 24361
apllt level masonry ,home located Located In Madison Park-Owner TEW REALTY. FR 4-6461 any.time. 1 ber. Also turn. 1 BR apt. FR 6- take up pay. of $7 per mo.
In the NW section. (lust must sell.' 2 yrs. old 7392. Dont call write Jimmy Cros- 72 Office Equipment I
Inside the city limits. .Y5,250 good condition Don't let this by. Gen Del.. Gainesville. Bus

'\ with $700 DOWN. extra good value pass you by. Anxious to Sell? Wilt 47 Houses for Rent Furn. _iness. STOP
Don't wait It won't be on the

HUOI S story frame 4 bedroom market long at this price. Call HAVE: 1 acre Industrial lot on NW THREE. bedroom. 2 bath house on Singer SEWING Zig Zag.MACHINE Used. like new LOOKREAD
home with 2 sleeping, porches to- -
t. cated at 214 NE 5th Avenue. FR 3617.: 6th Street Sliver Lake near Keystone. condition with Instructions and di.14444 A AAA AAA AAi1 AAL

ONLY S16400 with $1.200 DOWN. 3762615. guarantee/$64.10 Balance.Dealer '
.
MOVE IN WANT Income property 3727680. -
Three B.R. sleeping porch 2 ONE bedroom house for rent. 1 ml. This Is a chance of a lifetime to 4 ARE HERE AT
JOHN bath HOME completely furnished Call Lee Jackson anytime past Stengel Field on left she of ELLA'S CERAMICS buy top quality office machines. .
Single car a.ragl-p.ved ERNEST TEW. REALTY road. For further Information
street City' Sewerage lights 2906 NW 13th St. FR 64461 contact FR 61447.IMMACULATE Beginning new classes 9 A.M. Prices so low we' don't dare quote
Mil S ".M. RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. "
MERRILL and water $12400 with <"..all 2 BR home NE 2145 Closed Thursday. them In thisedl. I i
down payment Owner will I I I 41 Residential Incom. section completely turn Urge E. Unh_FR 6-556

carry mortgage. Call FR 2- play area. Near schools. Call BOB WHITE QUAIL 250 pieces of office machinery
REALTOR 3617. for FR 2-9701 after 6 (typewriters, adding machines
4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- appt. p.m. Dressed quail; U5 each.
MULTIPLE LISTIN9 lolning rental property. 200 ft. dally and anytime week-ends. 462-193T check protectors. cash registers.
Alachua. Florida.
PHONE\ FR 2-1494 ASSOCIATESJ. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd :3 B R furn. house perfect for calculators. file cabinets) readyto RAMBLER AMERICAN
ASSOCIATESMARCELLA Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth Ave. Will sell together or separately. REPOSSESSED Singer port Zig go. .
small family mature sturents.
PARD1W.H.BUCKHANNAN Cot. J. W. Davia H. J. WIltshire 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- or Zag and attachments. Round bob- .
Multiple Listing 4752. Call 64323. In, sews forward and reverse eve We have alt, makes and ", Ide .-
-- pins and Whether Its electric. or manual
needles. $6 per mo. balance 'J' :
for $36. Mlkell's Sewing Machine rebuilt orjww. WE HAVE IT. ; Lively New
48 Houses Rent Uftfurn. ... :
Service. 815 W. Unlv Ave. 378- :
1355. Also excellent repair&. 'serviceat CompactEconomy .
3 BR. I bath living rm.. dining __ t .
SERVICESHome amazing low prices.
rm.. kitchen, screened porch CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew
$110 per me. with,leese. NE 10th and Used $60 King ::
Ter. 376-657. '
Grand Opening'Sale
Complete line of photo supplies
-.a. 2 BR. screened porch. Ig. yard for FUll ER'S FOTO INC. STARTS SEPTEMBER 21 -. -:; Has ,Specaculr::
lease -,-65. $110 monthly. Available 619 W. Unlv. Ave. FR 2-0713 t "
now. $15 NW 20th St. Wese- New Zing for 6fl
And Business I T-V antennas. S3 single ,stack. $7 UNIVERSITY OFFICE EQUIPS .
; ; I man Reelty. FR 62472. double stack, $13.00 complete kit. & F&E CHECK PROTECTOR CO. --- .

4 ROOM house $34 per me. Inquire JimVoytes..; 419 NW 8th ,Ave. 2727 NW 6th St. T .

-- $0* SW 2nd Terr. Phone 3764827 BOAT 12 stainless' steel', $50 -
.... before f PM. CAMERA. Yashica-Mat LM $60 '73 Musical Merchai'di.! : r'.-- --- i -....... ...................------

Bulldozing Upholstery ALACHUA CIty limits. 2 BR electric 1 yr. old. w-case trig; 'cost $90 I' .
Both like new. Call 372-544$. FOR SALE Monarch B-tlat cUrfc
SMALL bUlldoZer. loader. dump kitchen 2 screened porches recondition, in excellent RAMBLER CLASSIC
net. V-8 6 : i if
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top UPHOLSTER your furniture at carport large yard $70 per mo. WE WANT TO buy late model used shape. $7S Phone 372-4791. h t '. or .
_so4l Phone 372-7S4& reasonable prices. Call Sally. Colt 376-725. refrigerators. Exceptionally High.
Experienced. FR 6-Wtt. 4241 1242 NE 6th Ave.. kitchen equipped, trade-Ins now given. BLOND Spinet piano excellent d' .
Mortgage Broker N. W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. S0 per mo. WILSON'S EXCHANGE condition $525. Phone FR $-2078. I

1114 NE 5th St.. $110 per IT.O. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 6-6479 BUESCHER alto saxophone good : All New'-

MORTGAGE MONEY Call McKinney Green RMltws 372- ALMOST NEW Mark chain .saw condition nearly new case. $ i
3617. for sale. Call FR 62027. Phone 316-7254 .: t Intermediate
IV T
per cent interest. Terms to i SIt
25 years. .- DO YOU CLEAN two bedroom house Incountry QUAILS for sale live or -*-
BUY BUILD REFINANCE NEED Florida room. extra setting yet near town VIOLIN. 3/4 size. $30.. I : Spectacular Styling
room, dressed. Phone 481-2674
more root
CIII room work within sight of Med. Center. $75. Phone 376-2352. w and
Dan Ph. 376-3875 or maybe a complete new homer Phone 376-6464. : Performance.
Byrd
For a free estimate. <. guaranteed LET'S TRADE ZENITH '120.base accordian. like I

FHA and conventional at lowest .work phone Carl C. 4 BR 2 bath CCI HOUSE FOR your tired air conditioner for I. new, cost $500 win sell for b 1=
current rates. Terms to 25 Waters372- 04 RENT. Highland Court Manor. rebuilt washer. freezer. refrigerator $175. HiUcrtst Trailer O. Let A2 ,
I' Extra Values .
at call 372-5347 or 3722080. or dishwasher. ; :
Will
discuss
years. gladly no
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EXPERIENCED
CARPENTER A-t HANDYMAN PIANOS
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. NW 3 br, 2 batl. $120.00 C. B. sHot. SPINET Sd :
Auto Glass W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Paint and repair' 'lobe performed by NW 3 br. 1 bath. $100.00 CB.MARYMOELLER. _FR 6-C267_. 2 spinet pianos with matching r
_31N.-Mainst. Ph. FR 2-$4 4 carpenter who loves his trade. BLACKDECKERnett\ electricsaw benches and new warranty re t .

CALL FR 6.4907 good ,condition. $ Phon possessed. ,
: AUTO CLASS to our only bustness I FRED B.-ARNOIO Music Co.
.. Immediate Installation REAlTOR Paper Hanging Painting REALTOR __!.R24620 or FR 2-4379. Gridley
tree pickup I. delivery. Add FHA AtD CONVENTIONALLOANS Tile of All Kinds Linoleum .FOUR 900 x 14 WW tubeless tires Gainesville Shop Center 372-5353

beauty value to your, car, Dry Wall Work 1O1W.Univ.rsItyAv: $7.50. 1955 Ponfiac stationwagon.. WILL transfer responsible party ;AMBASSADOR V-8 or 6
AAAUIDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. lilt W. UNIV. AVE. PH.. 372-3527 C. C. GREEN J FR4V4471 auto trans.. 1 owner. Oxy-Ace- choice of taw spinet or console RMBLEI .

: 323P&W6th_ St.FR -U5I. F. H. A. & Conv. loans Mcintosh, Fla 51-3361 3 BR house.. $100 per me. Can tyene welding and burning outfit pianos. Pick up payments of Wur- < SURPRISE FOR 1965
fORDYCE ft ASSOCIATES. INC be seen at"1124 N. w. 3rd Ave. S & W 22 CaL combat master litter Spinet ,Piano. trade back

Auto Equipment REALTORSnt Roofing For Information cad FR -7I1L police revolver with case. Youth save $220. WurliUer Organ with

___ W. Unlv. 376-123L UNFUItNISHED."Ited 2 beds. All in very good 'condition. sound & motion pick up payments
-'Ji.tiKa.bum BR house elec. tmmed Call FR 2-7891 or see at we have a piano to fit Sensible
HYDRAULIC c. L range. 4155 NW 11th St. after f PM. any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO..
HARRELL late Can ,_, .
occu see $
ancy.
exchange** Repair kin for PlumbingSEWER.! sjn. 702 W. -UnKr. Ave. 376-0031.
Walker Jack- Factory euthortoe Contractor 2-4.30 P.M. er can 02111. COSCO feed & play table U; play.pen
_. .- Welkar HydraulicJack For all your roofing need and,repairs & S. pad $*; twin bed $15 SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at Handling EaseSpectacular
-. Service: ...... HUll BRAKC INSTALLED can us anytime We have FORDYCE several nIce A4SC. ft-4 bag (a luggage piece) $10; $495. Rebind small Grand Piano
homes
SERVICE* SUPPLY' Ul4: *- NEW & used' fixtures complete- FR 4-7745 rent Please call for umbrella type clothes line $12; $650. Also another truck load of
Malft : ...' pJumbinf service "BIG JIM : Fordyce end rack $10; 620
= 34657 car top luggage those Hot factory rebuilt pianos
... : HUOUIIY Oamesvtue Plumb- CAMP LUMBER CO. Assc 31 -JD6 .tor further Infor.
.-. iig. --'t-15". matton. NW 36th Ter. 376-031._ ,fully guaranteed arrived today.
)dIsrti1ht3 ; IP you Have of reoflna SPECIAL. unti We Invite you to visit M for ad Big Leek!
FRYsaju PRE SEASON
; KOMI KfcTAIRSPAINTUVO trouble. call THREE baineoin house with stow Oct. If only. Living room sIZe your. musical ntadi.LILLIAN'S _
'
"_ BDOKMATCH ADV RTISI_ end refrigerator furnished. Availebie LP GAS HEATER. plus our' gas MUSIC STORE
-wrSM MONOORAMIN9 '.., Sevlstg' Mcchiae RepcJn last of Sept 1311 N.E. 14tn 2 plus complete nor- in SE lit Street
cylinders
-
.RU.vR.wgR-
Ter. $115
... mo. on lease. Wese-
lINt
Call Hat* ftUckstKiu readY tit
mal Instal.tlon. .
John Sam FOR SALE used console piano. extra -
) Cootsby
.\ 372-276. man Realty, Fit w.cn..1t all for S46.6S total '.

.. 376-6511 CALL-SEWINO CO. 115 MACHINE w. University SERVICE $ N.VI(. lilt Ave. Three bedroom 0CGn0mIcaUY.COlt. (only 115.55 down). toad nice.of Wt lust used received upright another pianos SEE ALL ,3' SENSIBLE, SPECTACULARS NOW
=
: AppraisaLSuIcs, HOUSE REPAIRS PAINTING. Ave. 37S-1355. We repair anMakes. house tU per mo.; Can FR 2- PROPANE LP GAS FR 4-3110 from : Make your selection
29 )'rs. experience ,-*- Work! Mty guaranteed.. 'p492 or FR 6-507. i Archer ReL. now before they are all

-:.-. ...r .':""R Phone! 376 0191 .,;;;: EARLY AMERICAN sofa and .... Terms for an. GAINESVILLE -
3 B.R. 2 bath house for lease
close W
Phone FR MUSIC CENTER. 1025 ,
asMtTOII $70. -
chair.
-* -- -. TELEVISION matching Motor
to churches, school .
RIAL BSTATC APPRAISAL and shop 1711.I Unlv Ave. 372-5421
.' .. ping. Excellent NIsI" orb ood. ,_

-1'.c' 121._ _T WUNIV- ceevici> AVK.',">H.":_- 72-3527 r '- .-' ., ....' PICTURE TUBE Repair IdIL Stow _,.$125 per '1*.,Cafl FR ..tlU. I DANISH matching MODERN chaIr $35.soft Brown bed, beige and ; >: w'Automotive :RIDGWAY.

5oI. .- A TlS : TH*: .: Inch plus $!$ to fasten most 4h.jsFR.nt. and black stripe' walnut finish. :

4---..: !. Garage Door : .-: ::'I tubes. 1 Year warranty. Specie t 1 Phone 376-0209.j Co.
'' ,7'- FOR SALE
: -:. .. p Reconditioned IVs from ".U. TRUCKS .
GARAGE DOOR SPECIALIST THE VARIETY STORE NICE; ROOMS flfee few central Used Vacuum Cleaners -

Installation & .''pel,.. Havtnc ,fle- ....4KBYICE. ; .....'D-.,. .. aY:. I LEo ,lit Ave. $ neat" off street perking. 'Refrtg $15 and up. somt lIke new. Call CHEVROLET. .pickup 5" a rp. 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR
us.rag. door trouble? 'Cl R. G. -- 4 TechnicIans with $4 years e. available.. 531 $C'2nd PC'pttone Jfwrni or IH at m N.-Main Good tires. see anytime (leave 28433r

Cobb 371-1003 via NW letft Ave. perienw on all make.. 3722583 St. Kirby Wes Service note). 1424 SE 27th St.





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:16 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, September 29, 1964 .


-Sees White I I I ,Bridge ContractIs Ray Charles Fans Turn Unruly. 1
Newspaper 'Pool' Is Awarded -
DALLAS, TeL (AP) Angry lice jailed four persons. The auditorium -director, W.
:Influx AtFlorida WASHINGTON (AP) -Army fans smashed windows in the Police Lt. H.C. Holloway said W"Vanderslice, said four agentsof I
w after President ident! Sam Engineers have awarded lobby of Dallas Memorial Audi- several hundred ,
w 2frw fork iD'tWlt I Kennedy's as a $1- spectators triedto the Internal Revenue Service
sassination. editor of the ( 245,601 contract today to B. McCormick torium Monday night after an r storm the box office after ad entered the box office and Impounded -
A&M NEW By YORK PETER KIHSS The nation's, Chief Justice Earl War- News & Observer and ,Sons. Inc., Jack- unscheduled halt !in a Ray unidentified ,spokesman for the receipts! collected by
editors- ren's group charged that news ever, that sonville Beach, for a bridge and Charles singers show.A entertainers announced thejper-; )he.promoter of the-show, A.,W.
newspaper are being road at the John F. flying bottle knocked a city formance endjng/at West'Tickets sold"
for
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The asked to that their media must share responsibility derly coverage" Kennedy 'Was ;inter : $2 toX2.50
missions director of Florida A lications propose and other media pub- with the Dallas police thorities in charge.Miles Space Center project; policeman unconscious as, he mission. He, was> quoted as- advising -* : -- ,
and M University predicted Mon- pool reporters and news photo- "for the failure of law enforce- H. Wolff, It is for construction of a dou- and .fellowofficers stood the audience- ,of about Charles did not appear, on the
day that 25 per cent of the student -graphers in certain major ment" that led to the slayingof the American ble leaf bascule:bridge and 5Y' der to shoulder shoving shOul-1 4,000 to demand ..their money staget.Efforls.to reach. iiim for
Editors, miles of road at Merritt Island. ruly crowd ,into the PO-I back. .; .. comment':were'unavailing.
Lee Oswald paper ,
Harvey the
body would be,white in the news events. Under this plan, as- : 1 .. ..
next 10 years.The one or more newsmen would sassin. It suggested that, a I ization's monthly ,- ;....: ,. -'.- -" .. -.
..
state-run university at represent a group covering an "code of professional conduct"be publish on N- "J.' .
Tallahassee insti-: event. worked out by the bar, law- of a committee : : -
was a Negro
The made enforcement associations and working since Insert '........-.1
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proposal
tution from by a ''
its founding as a spe- ,
laid grant, school in 1887 until cial committee of the American news media. growing out of ( ) ,:: .
.
1963 when about 10 white students Society of Newspaper Edi- Among other reactions, the Dallas coverage., a' .
attended summer school. tors, was disclosed in essence Associated Press Managing Wolff said Ere up Fonl'sliVelie and thriftier new engines...(either Six or-V 8's). : : ::
Monday after criticism by the Editors Association named was c }
White students also attended a
summer sessions this year. Warren Commission of the five-member committee to study ciety's members Feel the smoothest ride of any cars In their. class (or possibly. any class'. .. )..Jl,, ;",r.- -. ,;. .-, _
news-gatherers' role in Dallas the problem. The group's er pooled ... \
pres-
Admissions! Director Edwin .
.
.
Listen the Ones.
Thorpe told the Associated -- cases was feasible."The to Quiet ,.....,-, .)

Press, "based upon the numberof committee : '
(white) applications (received 78,000 Fire Ravaged could said..s. > :. .

in recent years), the school .. Ford..with

white probably in 10 will years.be"one fourth Acres Need ReseedingSANTA t1.,- s sd fdJ.s.. Test-Drive a Solid, Silent 65 & { your ears!


,Thorpe said two white students BARBARA, Calif. and 78 homes burned in Santa I ... Quiet is the measure of car quality. So take a Elegant paneled interiors, rich quilted upholstery, cut-pile
were registered this 4-- rear center Silent-Flo,ventilation,
year nylon carpeting arm rests
(AP) workers tookon test drive and listen. to the quietof
for the regular school session, Forestry Barbara and suburban Montecito. ... ....., uncanny standard on 4-door models changes air with windows dosed.

the first tune in the university's a king-size gardening job 1 214 NW ALSO nth IN all 17 new Fords. Compare their smooth- 4 new Ford Galaxie 500'i-with new 240 77.year history.He today: reseeding acres of 78,000 watershed mountainous hushed ride, their quality feeling against any for_better mileage more punch,VMi: smoothness.Strongest.

identified them as Gene turned in the disastrous 8-day other at .You'll know. mme- quietest body-frame ever built for a Ford
cars any'price
Van M a t r e, 19, of Boynton
4 new Ford Custom and Custom.500'-same solid construction
Santa Barbara brush fire.
Belch, an undergraduate major- I diately-these new Fords are the Quiet Ones. \
SPECIAL easy handling, smooth ride, front and,rear arm rests, roominess
More than 2,000 firefighters
of
in the College
ing-in Arts and history Harry S. Juster, in remained on the lines today,I 2 new Ford Galaxie .500/XL'-thc sportiest Fords.Bucket seats,. and clean look all '65 Fords share. "Big.-..:Six-.- is.. standard. .
;
mopping mile-high 'trouble I floor shift 289-cu. in.'V-8 standard..Spacious all-\inyl interiors. 5 new Ford Wagons-including Country-Squires and Country
up
his 40s, of Chicago, a Northwest- :
era University graduate studying spots in remote back country. INTRODUCTORY Locotion"I Deep-pile carpeting, extra trunk space. Sedans with new dual facing rear seats,ideal for families up to 10
law. Flood-control officials fear a It new Ford Galazie 500 LTD'i-most luxurious Fords e\rr. See all the new models from Ford at your Ford Dealer's wont

:Over the weekend, university massive ooze of mud will devel- OFFER! """'-.

President Dr. George Gore said, op if the denuded hills are not i 'CK" ._ ,
"We are now,beginning to serve !supplied with ground cover -+ : ..: !'J.: : .
members of all racial groups." fore it rains. i-: ., > !.. I
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He did not elaborate on the desegregated The U.S. Forest ServiCe. said 'xj-
'situation.JJhorpe it hoped to completely contain -:,-- .,
.. .
: said the university had the blaze by 10 a.m. Wednesday.I 10---- ",.
the- highest ''percentage of Increase Full control was predicted for 6 "< ,

in its student body this p.m. Thursday. I -. "..
year Enrollment in 1963 was 2854 ,- Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel R-I FORD GALAXIE 500 LTD 4-DOOR HARDTOP
and present enrollment is 3,- Calif., told Santa Barbara Coun-I ,
270. ty supervisors. Monday he will % s .:.
He said more whites would attend seek $860,000 in emergency I
"i the university as racial funds to build 10 debris basins I LP r ,rxFa.r >,, >
'harriers lower. But he said "de in the burned area. I lM
facto segregation will be with Eleven of the 46 men injured
us for some time." in the blaze still were hospi-I
He said also the university talized with burns, sprains or i -
would continue to serve Negroes cuts. One fireman was killed I I \ -

,primarily for many years. "Youcan't
get rid of Negroes," he 3/
flaid. "They're going to be here WE GOT NOW ONLY . . .. ; I '3sasyr3
.for a long time." I
Earlier this month, the University -
Board of Control, which! SO BIG Installation
runs all of Florida's universities .a
produced a 10-year-master on installation costs up to $5
plan for education that A and 'CAUSE WE x 0
Take advantage now of this special -
'M should be phased out of existence CHARGE SO LITTLEr and save the normal installation costs of fORD GALAXIE 500/XL 2DOORtHARDTOP, ar cuw
if it ceases to serve a
heater. Call tomorrow.
efficient room us
of the Negroes attending rent a car fr .11ecEdriveToiilIMoiinance
majority n.1"C01VOCg:
universities. .w.. Telephone I 37. .g.5392 LBESTYEARYKI7OYUSTAM4 GO FORD
"Under the master plan, if A .f ALCO..rAI&ANt fORD.nUMUUU
and M is phased out, its-buildings 3,.rrla. .. FUILGAS"NCo

verted.and into campus other would educationaluses. be con- Gas. Oil NO Insurance DROP CHARGETO All Included See them at your- neighborhood Ford Dealer's soon

JAX AIRPORT 12 SW 1st Ave.
Dr. Broward Culpepper, board Phone FR 6.3644 RIDE WALT DISNEY'S MAGIC SKYWAY AT THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY'S WONDER ROTUNDA, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
executive director, said the OFFICE AT MANOR MOTEL "Home Operated for 27 Years at the Same
..
Phasing out of A and M was not '
in the foreseeable future.

Dr.unrealistic.Gore said the proposalwas NOW : ::

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Laos Cheers NEW!! ; ,,"t, t.'JJ., ,

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Breakdown f.
At Never-Before .} f : :' -1'I- ,
1' r 'r' SEPTEMBER 25 through OCTOBER 5 ,,
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Of Talks Low, Prices I \\\\l\ithhI//4/\\\ //

: 3foro ?nrk Simra //
COMPARE RCA VICTOR
By JACK LANGGUTH .. ;" pTHE -
VIENTIANNE, Laos Unexpefted -

have prevailed confidence in' and the Laotian cheer 4vvvvv New Yista @ OdOIni[ TV VARIETY

capital Phouma's since return Prince last Souvanna week MARK ID 1 ,

from Paris.
STORE
:The breakdown of the P a ris AGAINST ALL OTHERS FOR,
talks has borne out predictions
by the right wing military lead- UNSURPASSED NATURAL COLOR 7 S.E. FIRST AVE.ON .
ers.and United States observers .
who had been skeptical of the THE SQUARE

meetings. E RCA VICTORHIST PHONE 376-5348
.A typical reaction was voiced ALL-CHANNEL TUNING
Monday by Phoui Sananikone I FM-AM RADIO ,. We Service What ,ji
the-president of the Lao nation- .. } //I.. We Sell -iS8ALtCHANNIL

assembly. r CHOICE :=
Tasked whether the Paris negotiations : 5- ;
might yet produce results TUNING
he answered, happily
clever!" IN COLORTELEVISION

4Ie added "The Pathet Lao ,
I
are too far under the control of
the. Communists." My -
,
-Among the Laotian neutralists
+
moose but .. ; 11
thinking approaches 'I1Ie CUNBEJdAND 4195 ,
does not parallel, that of UarklOSenesGF-739.
the right wing, satisfaction .' --' FOR- OVER :1.265.tab*(.owcnn.....dumctac.. ) 5575
hid also been expressed. AM
"1' CLOCK RADIO
}
JTThe neutralists believe that ': $750 EASYTERMS -
Prince Souvanna acquited him- TEH YEARS
:Tflf well in Paris insisting on : IT
,
his preconditions for another EL. SWI V/L teorosmu.
Geneva conference and resist- t.4toa resAf

.ing"French."THe the.blandishments, of the_ ..,- .. \ .., :1.:.us...(cIRrd..o......- '. -

js scheduled to leave Laos ALt.CHANHII.TI7HBti
again for the opening on Oct. 5"of
.the conference of non align- u nsi sw
fiLnations in Cairo. When that' a
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