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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 6, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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J LBJ Cautious

i WASHINGTON (AP) The holiday weekend traffic death toll .

shot upward Saturday at a rate that was, termed the worst ever
, recorded for the early, phases of a Labor Day'weekend... "So far,"
t' Jhe National Safety Council stated, "it's the worst Labor Day

we've had." Through the first 19 hours of the 78-hour period, the

count of dead rose at a:faster clip than it did last year, when it

11 On Draft Halt reached t f57. a record for, a Labor Day weekend.. '


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I / By JOHN D. MORRIS whether they personally o p Johnson suggested Saturday
t WASHINGTON Administration Social Security '
posed a program
that ,
a quick end to the "
a d w:i.r n ?
: are preparing to of health care. The final a ;

invoke a rarely used parliamentary -, version of the bill thus would al military billion draft dollars.might cost sever- ,' 'ua.Rbi'J.1_.,,,',,xM'oK f.,,",r.,r:"c, ..',...C;?,3 4kx3 :"
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t 1 device to assure action have to include health care ;
I by the House of Representatives provisions.The out the possibility that the
draft be halted 6
t on health care for the version passed by the may next year. '\Sfiev: #
I J'' aged under Social Security. House July 29 called for a $1- minute This was the highlight of a 35- ;
news conference in
( f They readily concede that extraordinary 500 million increase in annual which Johnson ,
cash to Social Secur- announced some
It measures must be payments
) notable military and nuclear :,x
f i beneficiaries without deal- xe
,employed prevent a Senate- ity
\\ advances :
health and, in a statement of
with the problem cf
House conference committee ing
i ( philosophy, urged that all
from health care.
L deleting care Americans resist "the spiritual
t.' : provisions from a Social Secu- The Senate raised the proj cancer of hate."
I : I rity bill that has now cleared ected increase in cash benefitsto In
: both chambers in different $2,200 million and added a discussing the draft, John- S .\ ;
son a more cautious
form. modified version of the admin- posi- x f
If tion than the one voiced earlier
J f What they hope to do is win istration's before healthcare passing the bill program this week by Sen. Barry Gold-

t House approval of a motion instructing water, the Republican presidential -
1- House members of last Thursday.The .
candidate, who made
f the conference committee to impracticability of ob- campaign a
promise to end the
i J accept a health care plan in taining an agreement in Sen- draft "as soon as possible."
settling differences with the ate-House conference on a final Goldwater accused Johnson of (Sun photo by Eddie Davit).
) Senate. bill that retains a health- using the Selective Service Forest Ranger sprays car before victims' bodies recovered in wreck near Hawthorne i

.,S} J' The House conferees would (See CAPITOL on Page ZA) Service system for "politicaland ;

\' (r, for Tax Hike The social President schemes.said a distin- Nikita Returns to MoscowTo Car Hurtles. 1//f,

; ( Budget Calling guished member of one of the

I congressional armed services Bridge Man t 'I

I Is Handed Commission ,
J City Other political campaign Face Red Bloc Troubles Wife Killed

j BY JEAN CARVER (At the time commissioners stories will be found 6n f

f Sun Staff Writer approved the bon d issue, it Page 5A.committees. MOSCOW (AP) Premier als of 1956. ,closer together. the views of all ORANGE HEIGHTS A

s A proposed 1964-65 city bud- was generally noted that the Khrushchev'returned to Moscow In a clear reply to the, policy parties., young St. Petersburg couple be- ';
get calling for a one-mill tax costs of servicing the bonds whom he did not Saturday for urgent policy talks statement written hours before came 'early victims of Labor '

increase was referred to city would call for about one mill name, estimated "it would cost with Kremlin advisers on the his death in Russia Aug. 21 by "These are good wishes) Day .weekend travel late
commissioners over the week- extra on the current 10-mill tax us several billions to act'precip- crumbling structure of world Italian Communist boss Palmiro Khrushchev commented mildly.
be 'realized Friday as car crashed and
how to
"But are they -
end for study before next week's roll. The millage has been itously" to halt the draft. Communist unity. Togliatti, Khrushchev noted in a' burned while enroute to visit
first budget study session. maintained at a l-mill level Johnson didn't elaborate in that
speech Friday
on Prague relatives in the North.
Back from a nine-day to
City Manager Bill Green dis- for several years.) this theme. However, Secretary .. Khrushchev is "Some leaders in the fraternal Soviet party secretary LeonidL

tributed copies of the proposed The, city manager said of Defense Robert S. McNa- Czechoslovakia to into parties, worried by the situation Brezhnev returned earlier ,Florida Highway Patrol manFred
expected plunge strategy
budget to commissioners, hesitating another additional! cost to be mara has suggested that, with- sessions on two major developments that has developed as a result of this week from Rome.:wbere he Sowell Jr., Gainesville i I I ,
to comment on much beyond Js out the draft, the armed forces the, actions of the. Chinese lead- .attended Togliatti's funeral and said the 1961 sedan, believed to
face4irUv th new budget .... during his abseXe from ,
:AI the distribution since com- road repairs|and maintenanceof would have to pay more in re- Moscow: ers, express doubts whether a had talks with Italian Commu- be driven by Joseph Vinson HigI" \
missioners will study the proposals roads badly damaged by enlistment bonuses and might meeting of Communist and nist l leader Luigi Longo. He is gins, 23, or his wife Anna TheJ \
before coming up with rains and a high water be forced to increase pay and -The scornful refusal of the workers parties will do any reported to have- tried to dis- resa Higgins, 20, was traveling \
/ heavy I
i final recommendations for com- fringe benefits to attract Chinese Communist party to good in the present conditions. suade the Italians from publishing north on U. S. 301 about two
table this summer. attend the Dec. 15 meeting in
miles south 'of'Orange
mission adoption. enough volunteers. "These comrades propose to Togliatti's last political Heightsat
Green did acknowledge the This year's $8.9 million budget When asked about Gold- Moscow to prepare a conferenceof wait and meanwhile try to bring testament. about 11:55: p.m.: when the

11 millage increase proposed in will have an average amountof water's statement on the draft, theworld's Communist par- car crossed to the left side of I

the $9 million plus budget but cash carryover when the Sept. Johnson noted that the adminis- ties the ,highway and struck the
\\i was reluctant to outline the 30 deadline arrives, accordingto tration has been studying the -The Italian Communistparty.s Your Sunday Sun Is76Pages' ,' southwest corner 'of a bridge t
declaration of differ- abutment. .
proposed hike. the city manager. The new possibility of ending the Selec- . .
k "The increase was due pri- budget goes into effect with the tive Service for several months. ences with the Kremlin over its ,. Sowell said the car traveled -
of the SovietChinesesplit i" : 1
marily to the interest required new fiscal year on Oct. 1. He said the aim is to determinethe 43.feet through the air, jumping
and Moscow's leadership
t on the $6 million general bond Commissioners begin their effect on mobilization andthe' of the over world movement in- _: :. the creek, and landed, on the
issue and increased costs of budget review on Wednesday in impact on costs. general. : ground, apparently nose first.It .

f operations the city manager study sessions expected to last Some interim findings may be These events appeared to then rolled down a 10 foot
through the week. available within the next few embankment where it came to
present Khrushchev the gravest Around and About the : -
weeks, "and probably some down and
1(1( Communist bloc political crisis rest upside caughtfire. _
definite conclusion early in the I
; Commerce Division Head spring," Johnson said. since the anti-Stalinist upheav- i .. Georgians not guilty in

1 One of the 40 newsmen gath- slaying of Negro educatorPage The patrolman said it was <
ered around the President'sdesk Ethel Newest 2A. Chile voters .knockdown impossible to tell which person ,
ii For United Fund Named wondered aloud if Johnson Communist candidate was driving or to identify! them :

I shared the 1956 view of former Tropical Storm Page 14B. Incoming freshmenfind on the spot. They were burned '>';'

- ro Attorney James S. Quinceywill President Dwight D. Eisenhower out about ,UF Page 8A. beyond recognition.

t direct the Commerce I that the draft should not be MIAMI (AP-A new tropical Miller,. Humphrey kick off cam Identification was made by

', .. { Division in the 1964 communitywide made a campaign issue. storm, Ethel, joined Dora Satur- paIgns-page 5A. Gators top tracing the tag number back to

.l. United Fund campaign, "Yes," the President replied, day in the Atlantic and was ex- freshmen 60-0 in scrimmage- Pinellas County and through
d >t:: I according to General Chairman "I would agree with Gen. Eisen- pected to quickly whip herself Page 01.Who's. neighbors of the couple who lived

II i ii Keith Austin. (See JOHNSON on Page, 2A) into a full-fledged but harmless. S t.i at 2420 Woodlawn Circle in
;; i The new division chairmanis hurricane. he got his eye on? St. Petersburg. .'

a member of the Clayton, Both storms were hundreds of Not his school books-yet. But Sowell said
Arnow, Duncan and Johnstonlaw WHERE TOFIND miles from each other and hun- hundreds of Gainesville area the Patrol neighbor the advised -
a we'reon
i firm here.; dreds of miles from land. On Alan youths.are college bound, and! a .their Cleveland couple visit :.
Division chairman Who" is on way-to- to ;
previously IT their courses, they presented no college .Mrs. Higgins' <
parents. :: x
appointed by Austin are Ches- threat to the United States. IB.

ter Yates, Advanced Gifts Divi- Area . . .12AClassified Ethel, fifth storm of the season Next of kin were ,notified at S'

sion chairman; Sam Berry .10B-15B was spotted by the, Tiros And for Your Sunday Pleasure: : ajn. Saturday. .
National Firms Division; Comics . . lOA weather ,satellite. A hurricane '.;.';
George Corrick, University Di- Markets :. . .'. .9A hunter plane confirmed her position Prizeword Page 12A Assisting' in the ,investigation
I 9B :
Page McGarvey ,
- vision; and Henry Gray Jr., Movies .. . . .9B about 1,350 miles east- were Lt. S.' O. Roberts, and { jp-
Dear Abby_ Page IDA HalbersteinWehner i .... _._ Page 02 :
Commerce III Division. Six Obituaries . 2A northeast of San Juan, Puerto ; ': Troopers A.T.' Anderson and*
more division chairmen remainto Opinion Page . .4A' Rico. Listening Post" .98 ,._.. .-. Page IBWorld's G.- C. Winburri. "{.
.Sports . . 01.04 :"1 .
be named indicated Austin.A her winds ,
At 'that time, peak Best Comics Famfly Weekly 'TY'Logare
Women's . 1B-5B 11
of Trenton
-------------- native QuinceySee '
hour tinder
were 70 miles an just Riot. Victim .
- QUINCEY ( UCF on Page ZA) hurricane strength. /t .
;' ? ,' : =; PHILADELPHIA (AP) r.
JUNIOR COLLEGE OR TECH SCHOOL ,: Robert Green, 21, the only : ;

person shot by police doing last I I
weekends riot in North: Philadelphia -'

died Saturday at St.Luke's .

County Can't Expect Help Startiitg.ohool .. Center.. and Children's Medical "

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By CLIP CORMIER. Sun Educational Writer college in Alachua County, one with a good vocational curriculum."If ) different. 41Bedroom 1 '
If the Alachua County School Board goes through with its planto Alachua County put in a junior college we should gladly Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. doesn't accept,-this.'The Suites
for vocational technical school, it prime and mission of the, two institutions are entirely I
seek state money an area participate he said. "It would be 'a lot more convenient for our purpose
probably will have to go it alone. kids to go to Gainesville instead of having to commute to junior different and should not be confused," Manning said. "It, Wanted ,
Superintendents of three of four counties counted on to support colleges in Palatka, Ocala and Lake City" is not an either-or' matter."
the school Dixie, Gilchrist and Bradford are not too ,keen on Since Bradford does not participate financially in any of these According to Manning the needs for an area vocational technical Mr. Sorokin of Gainesville
high school have' been 'established by all studies-JI13de to' placed the following od in that .
the idea now. junior colleges, its students, in addition, to paying their commuting firmly Sun classified section,: ..
Their legislative delegations worked to get a law passed in 1963 expenses are charged an additional 30 fee each semester. date.Who's .

.authorizing counties, either separately or in cooperation with other Bradford graduates about 200 students a year more than Dixie right?' BEDROOM SUITE matched walnut :
counties, to establish area schools. Since then their enthusiasm has and Gilchrist combined. A comparison of the two sheds'some light cfcest-on-cttest Drexel ,Profile.nijM 3 table dressers, twin,

j"waned.Dixie. Since the legislature opened the gate making all counties A report issued by'the superintendent's office recently spelled out beds wJbuilt-lfl bench .t foot. .Y
.. ,and Gilchrist, both very, small counties in population are eligible for vocational schools, there are indications that some of some specific educational} functions which accomplished: in Sacrifice tU. FR MOO. ,

.* participating't in ,the Lake City Junior College programs. At most them will hold out for schools of their own rather than going partners an area ,vocational school These functions are aimed at providing: Sorokin received calls
only a handful of students could be expected to commute to Occupational needs of high school :students who plan to work on Mr.his od and sold the bedroom .

i Gainesville to.attend a vocational school in competition with Columbia Already, State Sen. Etter Usher representing the 21st Senatorial upon graduation. suite to the first caller. If you
County which is providing 'bus transportation to Lake City. District reportedly has approached superintendents of the three -OCCUpational. training needs of high' school students 'who are hove a bedroom suite you

Harmon Morgan, superintendent of schools for Bradford County counties in his district about the possibility of setting up a vocational potential dropouts. would in the like classified to sell,section.advertise Remember it.

couldn't recall'details of Alachua County's proposed school although' school\ in the tri-county area around Fannin Springs. Occupational and educational training of young people who have there are 41 people

Bradford Is' one of the counties supposedly 'participatjng. This could hurt Alac hua's case for an area vocational school dropped out of'school and cannot laid'employment. still( looking for a bedroom* ,.
c ES.- -Bradford High (School} Morgan saM, is beefing'up-its own vocational when the jockeying starts in the next legislature., Occupational :needs of adults ,to prepare them for employment suite. ....
a i :.shops. Last year they put in an automatic shop and thisyear" In discussion about the junior college and the vocational technical ,-'"new types of work and 'to update and refresh occupational ->

they are adding a course in data processing. school>some middle-of-the-roaders) have said there really isn't any skills. Proof of Results ..
Morgan is much more interested in the possibility of ,a junior difference inthe two..They both do the same job, only the names (See VOCATIONAL. pae SA). ..
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, September_ 6. ,, 1964

OGO No Go Weather Roundup f fr Cowgirl Contest

Burns ,Denies He's Behind But :
-" ,

i Johnson Drive in Florida There's HopeCAPE

A quartet of comely Alachua!assured at least $100 and a \
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) selected The will receivea
MS' % County cowgirls were trophy. queen
MIAMI (APReports) circulated -through the Jacksonville mayor. Fleming denied there was disharmony -- Scientists tried Saturday to B C D E F H I Partly finalists here last night in the $450 prize, courtesy of Or-

Saturday that Haydon Petit was still working at in I saying, "these" reports -figure out how to turn the apparent cloudy Sunday with scattered first annual Miss Florida Cowgirl mond Beach philanthropist Mer-

II Burns has taken control of the headquarters, the Tribune said, are terribly in error. failure of OGO, Ameri afternoon and evening thun- ; contest. cer Lee Price.
but his duties had been taken In Miami, Roosevelt said he ca's most-advanced and most
dershowers. High 88 to 94. Is
I national Democratic campaign Chosen from among 18 entrants The beauty contest partof
over by Roosevelt.In was handling liaison between peculiar-looking scientific satellite !- I
Variable winds 5 to 12 miles 9th annual Gainesville
; in Florida. Burns says the only Washington and the Florida were: Cecelia Danford, the
campaign he's running is his Jacksonville, Burns denied into success. per hour. ICWMJ'AParity \ 17, Janet Ernst, 18, Judy Fer- quarter horse show, sponsored \
that Petit fired that he headquarters."I 1 OGO which resembled a
h! was or 20 and Janet Parker the Alachua County, Junior
and the guson, ,
t drive for governor. :(Burns) was managing the national do the running huge, metal dragonfly, flew cloudy and warm through 20, all of Gainesville.The Deputy Sheriff's League, Gaines-
And amid the rumors of un seryicing and try to', keep everybody Sunday night with widely scattered most-
in orbit be-
in Florida. listlessly perfect
11 campaign ly afternoon thundershowers. High 90 to finalists ville Roping Club and the Ala-
he said. compete today
derground Democratic warfare, happy, tween 175 miles and 92,721 miles 15. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles per hour Mounted
"In a meeting at Atlantic: said is for[ the coveted to be chua County Sheriff's
It the state Republican headquar- Burns, he "cooperating above the earth. gusty near thundershowers. crown,
attended both U.S. Sen- GJK-Partly cloudy Sunday with scat. Posse.
City, by cent." placed on the winner's head at
1 ters announced GOP presidential 100 per east
Its complex set of instru- tered shower' High 84 to 90. Mostly
nominee Barry Goldwater will ators, most of the Congressional "Burns didn't want to be winds S to 15 miles per hour. 2:30 p.m. In the horse show Show events continue today
.1 and the entire Florida ments, designed to performmore in several riding
I delegation grounds on Waldo Road. with competition
visit Orlando, Tampa and St. thought of as being separate and than intricate ALMANAC -

I, Petersburg Sept. 15. Cabinet, Gov. Farris Bryant apart from the rest of the par- were turned_ off.experiments Scientists Sunset today ............... indicated to the that arrangements .......... head of
group Roosevelt said. "When he Sunrise tomorrow (;'U Republicans have carried relative to Mr. Pet ty, did not want to waste what Moonset tonight ........... 7. p.m.Municipal Airport readings
.............. I national scholarship foundation,
the Sept.
V Florida the last three elections.Th saw what was going on at little fuel OGO had left. First Quarter More AboutJohnson
1 Burns PROMINENT STAR Saturday:,High 90 at 2 ,
it terminated Sept., p.m. spoke briefly at the show's
he decided
convention, to .....
go .
Democrats sa y Lyndon OGO, which stands for Orbit- Vega high overhead i:01 p.m. low at 3 a.m. Rainfall .04,
said VISIBLE PLANETSSaturn. kick-off banquet in the Manor
Johnson will get the state electoral with us. ing Geophysical Observatory, In southeast ..... ':11 p.m. inches
"Governor and others .......... Motel.
Bryant From Washington Rep. Jupiter due ecU 1:16 a.m
A votes this year.In recommended Mr. Tom Flem- D-Fla. was launched Friday night. Mlrs. rises ............... ':4:1: I.m. TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
Claude Pepper, was Hampered by a slight case
the Democratic camp, two I Within three hours scientists at Venus follows Mars. High Low P'cip.
ing of Boca Raton be namedthe that he understood there Jacksonville 89 of Price told Miss
c. facts were clear: ((1)) Don Pet quoted the Rosman, N.C., tracking Miami 72 71 .54- laryngitis,
national ticket chairman for had been some misunderstanding TIDES :: contestants is
CEDAR KEY Cowgirl "beauty
Tampa 76
42-year-old former newspa- stations,discovered the malfunc
I) the state and Mr. Rowert Mor- Burns' Atlanta 88 From 1 "
I who was serving as between workers and tions. Two booms Sunday High at 1:57 a.m. and 1:41 64 Page not all paint and powder.
perman containing 83 6*
of Miami and the Hon. Ed in Low at 7:40 and $:24 p.m.BostOfl
gan other Democrats the state p.m. a.m. =
: Price who has
New 89 .70 given
stale coordinator for the national away
J apparatus for experiments, Monday High It 2:22 a.m. and 2.24 r
state treasurer) be Washington fC 69 hower
Larson ( over Petit's role. Pepper said on a good many things
$170,000 in the said
picket prior to the national failed to A 30-foot radio Chicago 71 5S past year
open. "
I / named vice chairmen for the he doubted that Petit was completely MARINE FORECAST Kansas City 7' 64 and always have. his motive in these activities is
convention longer handling antenna for information
ki was no Democratic ticket. ousted. relaying Denver f2 SO Johnson philosophized about
: those responsibilities; and and back to earth also failed to EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to 15 Ft. Worth ft 72 based on "a gratification from
"It was further agreed The situation was not ignoredby I knots through Monday. Scattered shOw Los Angeles 77 59 "the spiritual cancer of hate"after within heart."
p(. ((2))_ Elliott Roosevelt, newly- concluded that these people the Republicans.In open. I .rs. Seattle 62 4' being asked about former my "

'1 elected national committeeman, would be working independentlyof Tampa, State GOP Chair- Vice President Richard M. "I insist on 'x-ray eyes,

I wa"s{ playing a large role. all other campaign efforts, man Tom Fairfield Brown is- Nixon's claim Friday that the Price told the group. He warn-

i i The Miami News reported rumors namely of Sen. Spessard Holland -ued a statement that "a Reveal Further DetailsIn Democrats have become "the ed the girls against making

) ,J that Petit had been fired myself and the several :warped and arrogant version of party of big business." Nixon's rash outward judgements on the basisof

e as""fctate coordinator. The newspaPer Congressional candidates, but the twist has become the offi- statement was prompted by the appearance.
I said it was generally would be operating under the I cial campaign dance for the endorsement the day before of Price heads the Price Foundation I

t agreed that Burns had request- umbrella campaign by the State Democrats of Florida." of SRD WorkerBy Johnson by 45 prominent Inc., of Ormond Beach.

ed-Petit's ouster because he: Democratic Executive Committee I Burns, he said, "is described Firing business and financial leaders.I The purpose of the foundation's

i felt he had played a guiding I and would be working in cooperation -as taking over Lyndon Johnson's Johnson responded that he numerous scholarships to students -

i hand in Miami Mayor Robert with Mr. Elliott pitch for Florida votes. Less NORM LA COE Materials ordered from the purchasing The road board executive said thought both parties are "trying is based primarily on the

King High's bid for the gubernatorial -Roosevelt, the national Demo- than a month ago Burns disclaimed Sun Staff Writer office in Tallahassee are .Robertson also used an electri--to do what they think is best for fact "that Mrs. Pi ice and "I
nomination. cratic committeeman."I with the all the without no children of our own.
any hookup TALLAHASSEE delivered Gainesville, then !cian-carpenter from the ware- country, regardto
The Tampa Tribune quoted an sat in this meeting and all national ticket." any specialized segment." Rather than call the many
I (Sid) Robertson Jr. 56 Gaines- distributed through the state as houses while on state time to
: i unidentified ,worker in the Miami of this met with my accord."I Brown added, "This turnabout needed. make repairs to his apartmenthouse Turning to two sheets of paperon winners he's sponsored "stable-
ville chief warehouseman for "
headquarters that "Burns have personally nothing to figures. Burns does a revolvingtwist in Gainesville when the his desk, he began reading a 'mates, Price refers to themas
'a has taken over." The Tribune do with the direction of the national and you can never be cer- the State Road Department, apparently Davis said that drivers, when to, be doing statement in which he said, "We "ponies and ponets."

$ story said all appointments inr' campaign or any cam- tain which foot he is putting for- got little morethan making the unauthorized pickups man was work.supposed have witnessed the complete Many of them keep in touch
ward." whisky before he was fired for usually brought Robertson state destruction inner with the elderly philanthropist.After .
th campaign must be clearedI paign other than my own. by conflict of
accepting gifts from a firm doing several bottles of whisky. Thereis Davis has suspended from many nations because they last night's banquet,

1 business with the state. no indication Robertson ever state work the Miami firm in- pitted race against race and Price sat on the judging panelas

was given Davis said. volved, the Florida Burlap and the contestants competedin
The road department suspen- money religion against religion, group
ti l Jury Acquits Georgians ded Robertson Thursday for SRD has a policy that em-' Bag Co.Road. against group." bathing suits.

mis-using state epuipment and ployes may not accept gifts or department executivesnow Looking up, he said the ques- "Keep smiling, darling, don't
- taking gratuities. favors from any firm doing must decide whether any tion about a big business party lose that smile," he coached in

Ralph Davis, executive direc- I business with the state. further action will be taken. I suggested pitting class against an encouraging whisper as the

I I ; Night-Rider Slaying tor of the SRD administrative class and asserted: "That must girls passed in front of the judges -

I branch, said Robertson was suspended Man Slain] During I not haooen 6 6 here- in--- either- &car paneL
I after a thorough investi ty.
: ::ny KATHRYN JOHNSON the courthouse was jammed Madison County jury convertedan gation. I Turning back to his prepare 1. More AboutCapitol

,, :1DANIELSVILLE, Ga. (AP) with traffic during Friday night. electric chair into a sacrificial He said Robertson statement, he said that what i is.
for two white men Farmers in coveralls and men altar which the permitted With WomanA
:; An attorney on pure unauthorized Fight needed most in this country is
63 trips to Miami ,
in shirtsleeves milled about the
acquitted in the murder of flesh of a member, the human unity and understanding.
by Road Department trucks to
q Lemuel Penn, a Negro educator -tree-lined lawn. race was sacrificed to the I Declaring that "we must not
federal Penn killed shotgun pick up burlap bags for use in 46-year old Gainesville wounding him in the stomach,
but who still face was by savage revengeful appetite of a lock ourselves in with our
t the maintenance
zA conspiracy charges, says: "We blasts on a remote northeast raging mob." department. woman, Frances Z. Milton, Angel reported. prejudices," he said: "I want to

stand ready to fight the federal Georgia road near Colbert, by I Closing arguments culminated the The firm state furnish contract freight required for that the was held by local police for investigation Police were alerted by neigh- urge all men and women in this From Page .1

; V government again." assailants in a passing car. three days of testimony, muchof I of murder followingthe bors of Cogdill, on the requestof land of ours to resist with all

&(' Joseph H. Sims, 41, and Cecil Prosecution Atty. Jeff Wayne, it contradictory.The J I bags. fatal shooting Saturday aft- Miss Milton, who later was,i their dedication the spiritual care the plan arises mainly from
,4 William Myers, 25, both indenti- who asked for the death penalty state relied heavily on the I Davis said the unauthorized ernoon of Charles Cogdill, 50, taken to Alachua General Hos- cancer of hate." opposition of Rep. WilburD.
warned the that if the use of state trucks covered a 810 SW 2nd Ter. : Hate is and Mills, (D-Ark).
r- fied by the FBI as former members jury confession by James S. Lackey,I pital treatment of burns. sinful expresses
condoned human period of about 3V4 years, and R. T. said the "that of the whichis As chairman of the Waysand
of the.Ku Klux Klan, were killing was a codefendant who has not yet I Capt. Angel Cogdill, discovered lying on poverty spirit
'acquitted Friday. night after a life was worth less than a box of been tried on the murder, probably cost the state about victim apparently was slain the floor of his dwelling, alo 1 far more. dangerous to a Means Committee the administrationin he outmaneuvered -
I snuff. $5,000. ,with shotgun during an argument nation's future than economic
'deliberated a charge. Alachua General
I iurv of white men was taken to ,
I I bringing out a bill that omit-
little more than three hours. Defense attorney! Jo1n.D. ron The statement quoted Lackeys Robertson was in charge of at his home. where he died shortly after be- poverty, Johnson said. ted health and it
what he he Sims and the storage warehouses in Angel, after questioning the In response to a question, care steering
still in custody sey, saying Myers I ing admitted.
Both men are conspiracy termed "carpetbagging admin- had spotted a car with a Wash- Gainesville, a $500-a-month job. suspect, said she told him Cog- constructtion Johnson said he did not want his I to House passage without a
federal victim the
under The was a vote on issue.
I Penn's civil istration of justice," never men- ington, D.C tag bearing Negroes dill beat her and burned her statement "to have any connec-
charges of violating worker here. I Mills has made it clear thatas
I in the with "hot fork" during an I tion with a jab or reCerence"aimed
evidence case had a
tioned the and followed it to
( rights, under the 1964 Civil More About Angel said investigation of at Goldwater chairman of the House
After or
"over -
where drove
Colbert argument
in arguments. near they money.
The maximum conferees he will do his utmost -
Act. ,
Rights including a
e pos- I
I is a "They loosed a horde of federal -alongside and both Myers and Cogdill'attempted to burn else.He to delete the S ate.
under the charges e n
penalty will continue to- remarked that if he
sible statedhe
12- inquest, j
j midst he Sims fired shotguns into theNegroes' her again, picked up a
and 10 impris- agents in our UCF health care provision. With
$5.000 fine years shotgun and fired, loved his mother, "you would \
shouted, slapping the railing of car. ,gauge the other four
prospective con
F o ment. say it is a jab at Sen. Gold- :
'Their attorney, James Hudson -the jury box. The defense introduced a water." ferees for the House divided on

said negotiations were Then, lowering his voice, he statement from Lackey' in whichhe From 1 Someone then wanted to know the issue, 2-to-2, Mills would

l under to have their $25,000 lded: "President Johnson sent repudiated the- confessionand Page < & if Johnson saw any contradiction -prevail by a 3-to-2 margin. :
way into Madison said he had been harassedby .
Asked how Sims, them swarming between Goldwater's frequent The Senate conferees, who
bond reduced. is a graduate of Trenton High
County.:' the FBI into making it. remarks about vote as a separate unit, would
violence in
v mechanic and Myers, a yarn t
School and holds in
a degree
Mr. died early Satur- *
I picker and laborer, could meet In a rafter-ringing, arm-wav The prosecution introduced economics and W. B. PHIFER Higgins the streets and his July meeting doubtless yield, since a majority \
I left him another statement taken by the agricultural a HIGH SPRINGS-Services for day morning in an auto accidenton of them are personally
"These ing argument that with Johnson to'seek ways to opposed i
l bond, Hurdson replied: from the Univer-
and soaking with perspiration and FBI from Herbert Guest, a law degree \v. B. (Bill) Phifer, 65, owner U. S. 301 near Orange reduce racial tensions !in the to the health care plan. ,
a \ Hoys got a lot of friends we Florida.
1 do too." on the verge of exhaustion, garage owner from nearby sity of Phifer Lumber Co. of High Heights. campaign. The bill is expected to reach f
Darsey told the jurors that FBI Athens, which said that Myers While a student he was president -Springs, will be today at 4 p.m. Survivors include his mother "I think you make your point,"I the House floor next Wcd n e s- '

Hudson, who with another agents had been instructed to go and Sims told him that they had of Florida Blue Key, in the First Presbyterian Church Mrs. Margaret Higgins of was Johnson's only reply. day, when Democratic loaders I

\i defense attorney hammered at :to Madison County and! "don' fired at the Penn car on July 11. men's leadership fraternity, and here with Rev. H. G. McDonnel St. Petersburg and three bro I In a series of opening an- will ask unanimous consent to

I the racial issue and at the back .until you bring us Guest told the court that he ,was national vice president of officiating.He thers, John Higgins and Patrick nouncements, Johnson: send it to conference. An expected -

b federal government in summation -I come white meat." was sick, hungry and faint!Future Farmers of America. died Friday night at theJ. Higgins of New York City and I Raised 'the Navy's hopes. objection will put it in

arguments, added, "We "-- revolution" during the FBI questioning and Quincey was first in his law Hillis Miller Health Center Matthew T. Higgins of Bronx, N. .for more nuclear-powered the hands of the Rules Committee .1
"social -
stand ready to fight" the federal He said the the nation could not remember signing any school class. after a short illness. Y. aircraft carriers. He disclosed which may send it back to ::1
has plagued
government again. walk- statement. He is a former assistant to Mr. Phifer was a veteran of Jones-Johnson Funeral Homeis that a technological breakthrough the floor some time in the following -
9 :When the verdict was announced with "sit-ins, sit-downs, Prosecuting Atty. Clete John Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat- World War I and member of in charge of arrangements. promises to permit a week with recommend 1

I several spectators inBe ins, walkouts, insurrections, son said Penn was slain with a, thews and is a member of the High Springs Americ a n Legion two-reactor power plant for tions for a conference. j .
( packed courtroom riots, police dogs, fire hoses, 97 and the 40 & 8. ANN HIGGINS
"motive of hate and violence. American Bar Association carriers, compared with eight At that point, according t 0 I
cheered. Asked if he would continue U.S. marshals and federal and He was a native of Alachua Services for Mrs. Ann Thres-
I He added: "Lemuel Penn was Florida Bar, treasurer reactors around the carrier present plans, administration ,
to be active in the Klan, troops. of direc- County and lived in High sa Higgins, 20, of St. Peters- \
born a Negro. He came into this member of the board Enterprise. forces will seek approval of a
!ms replied, "1 couldn't They may_ succeed in .passing world with a black skin. Is thata tors of the Eighth Judicial Bar, Springs for the past 40 years. burg will be announced later this Announced that the A3 motion instructing the House

I tell you if I knew." e\'en\\i' forced laws," he told we crime? Rotary Club and Jaycees. I Survivors include a daughter -week. Polaris missile will join the fleet conferees.

:The wives of both men wept. jury. "They may get them I "Something ought to -be doneto Quincey and his wife, the, Mrs. Patricia Waters of Mrs. Higgins died early Satur- this month when the suomarine I Administration leaders expressed :

l -Mrs. Sims said, "I'm over upheld and ruled constitutional stop this night-riding With former Jo Ann Fugate of Ala- High Springs; a sister, Mrs. day morning in an auto acci-Daniel Webster begins its first considerable hope but

j joyed. I prayed for this." by the Supreme Court. They pistols and shotguns." ( I chua, have two children. Esther P. _Martin of High! dedent on U.s. 301 near Orange patrol. Johnson said the A3 hasa !not much optimism that they ,

Their children Sims has may break down the distinction Defense attorney Hudson Springs and three grandchildren. -Heights. range of 2,500 miles 1,000 will emerge victorious and that

c ;eight and Myers three werenot 'between federal jurisdiction and raising his voice told the jury: Survivors include her parents, miles greater than that of the the House conferees will b e
when the verdictwas I Many in Israel Burial will be in High Springs Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Collins
present states' rights. "This ain't no guitar-picking-on- A2 and more than double that of legally bound to back the ad-
read. "But in the name of all that's Sunday case. This is a murder Cemetery with Jones-Johnson of Cleveland, Ohio; three! the Al. The greater range, he ministration's position on
: the trial JERUSALEM (AP) -: Thou- Funeral Home in charge of ar sisters Miss Jenifer i
During a group of holy they shall never destroy case. Collins, said, will give a missile-firing health care for the aged.
I (Tom 15 to 30 Negroes had been the jury system which is the I He accused the prosecution of sands of tourists from the United rangements. Miss Lucy Collins and Miss submarine eight million square "

sitting in the small balcony set heart and soul of Anglo-Saxon I attempting to send Myers and States and other countriesare JOSEPH HIGGINS Bernadette Collins, all of Cleve- miles of ocean in which to hide, News BlackoutOn
aside for them, but all Negroes jurisprudence." Sims to the electric. chair with in Israel this weekend to Services for Joseph Vincent land and three brothers, CharlesJ. compared with 700,000 square !

left the courthouse after the I Darsey, GO, pacing back and circumstantial evidence and join in services ushering in the Higgins, 23, of St. Petersburg, Collins Jr., Gregory Collins miles for a sub armed with the
ease went to the jury. forth in front of the jury shouted with statements not given vol Jewish New Year, which beginsat will be announced later this and Timothy Collins, all of Auto Talksi; ..

:The small town square around : "Never let it be said that a untarily. _ _ _I sunset week. Cleveland. Al.Much of the give and take ,
DETROIT (AP) -Negotiators -
with reporters dealt with politics -

I \ Evidence Bolita Raids Here Uncertain plans.and Johnson's campaign blackout suddenly on bargaining imposed a news talks

Study in ; LegalPath Discussing his general approach -between the United Auto Workers (

to the campaign, John- union and Chrysler Corp. \

Federal agents are stu d y -', Thomas, 4150 NW 14th St., eral government's action in I we will collaborate again." ter, Richards said it's unusual 11[ had an interest in local gambling son said, "We will make as Saturday scheduled, amid hopes that a

5g evidence in the aftermath was named by Richards as not informing local officers Crevasse said, his depart- for state officials to borrow a I activities, according to many appearances as we think Wednesday strike )
be avoided.
of last week's bolita raids here head of ment's last vice investigat we can without neglecting the might
illegal gambling federal, case. He pointed out Circuit Court records. The elder -
said federal
opera not unusual" He "
"was interests of the nation. i UAW president Walter Reu-
{ determine if further arrests tions in this had been "hired from us ;
o away
.. area. All three persons federal agents would be prohibited Thomas was convicted i !
conducted ther
raids often are n The first consideration is Chrysler vice-president
L. Richards
ire warranted, E. were charged with by the federal government at a 'I
regional supervisor of i n telli- to register with the IRS failure without prior knowledge of local -I.very substantial increase in sal- from testifying in Joiner's Feb., 1946 of operating a lottery going to be running the country, John Leary jointly announced "I

I g nce for the Internal Revenue I and failure to buy as a gamblers fed.- or state officials. ary." proposed case, under federal and sentenced to three and carrying out the duties of i the blackout as they emerged
Service, said yesterday. eral gambling stamp. I Alachua County Sheriff Joe Chief Joiner said officers will law.Meanwhile years_ in the state penitentiary. the presidency," he added. from a bargaining session. .

:But what action will be taken The charges are misdemeanors Crevasse and Gainesville Chiefof investigate the alleged boUt I a check into the Both father and son own land' .

k -:. if any against alleged under federal law, whl c.h pollee W. D, Joiner echoed ring "with the possibility of past of Thomas indicates he at prime business locations in'I NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL

I Alachua County bolita 0 p eraI doesn't prohibit gambling, but Richards' itatements."CertainlY filing charges" against the per- apparently has been engagedin and around Gainesville. C. W., c. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I
I I I inn* iV vet to be decided. Rich- does require all persons where federal I sons arrested Saturday. gambling operations,for several -listed as retired in the. Gainesville ,' '
gam '
; ards added.: bling to register and pay taxes laws are violated t the federal! Joiner added he will confer years, although Circuit city directory, owns land, SINCE 1857PROGRAMMING 1

:The raid, staged here by a tneir earnings. .government has the..right to with State Atty. T. E. Duncanto Court files show he has never assessed 'at $190,300. Based on I

1$ man federal team Aug. 29, Richards said a conviction move into an area wun or WHir' determine the possiblity of been arrested. the county's assessment scale
i resulted in the arrests of three I under the charges would carrya out the assistance of local law using federal evidence as a Richards told the Sun Thom of about 48 per cent, actual val I

persons, including local real 1 $10,000 fine and one year imprisonment enforcement" Crevasse noted basis for charges under state as applied for a federal gambling ue of the property is more than! & [

estate agent Sidney J. Thomas.' The sheriff indicated federalagents law. stamp in the early 1950's $390,000. ; Jim H. D nl. Jr.AUDI1ING: SERVICES

Also arrested were two Negro Operating a lottery violates In the past have sought Crevasse said he plans no action -but was unable to supply a: Sidney and his wife are list Special. Agent FEATURING INSURANCE FOR
Trice of state laws but no local offend specific date. ed, as owners of land assessed 1105 W. Univ. Ave.
Women Betty Jean ; state or -the :assistance of local law en'orcemnt ( against the alleged KEY-MAN e SPLIT.DOLLAR,
iligh.Springs and Edith Holmes authorities participated in "an
r.i".svmlt- the raid. Richards said the fed- .another vice man certain- Questioned, the matter ,la-,Thomas of Gainesville, former- $80,000. 376-97S1 PARTNERSHIPA ._.

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Ws* Oi.aitttsuill Suut OF TheEndC \

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THESOUTH 4T1fj Of the Affair? j j jBY

1 ::-.'.,, JOHN R. HARRISON. President and WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
., .. r\iWitb r; PAT COWLCS Vic Pr.atFlorida's
....,.. Beautiful dent Ed JOHNSON Viet PmMMt
and Executive 'Editor W. G. (Ml) c \i IIi wrALL We are really up against it in South Viet Nam, where chaos

: llnivewity City' In'?i J EBERSOLE. Vic President and Ad, By RALPH McGILL FELUSIET5TKT-. reigns, and we are made to look almost as foolish as we
vrtismg ...
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'i w Vke PresMeat and Circulation Mua, Ol th* AtluU. (Gft.) CouUtwiieaA twr 1 TO KEEP deserve.On .
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I J.
)' =, i 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news colon s. Dream cMv V r Francisco, Senator Goldwater was being introduced to come
f '1 : 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials. delegation or other and the master of ceremonies referred to

f : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. him as "Barry." "I must get over. that habit," he checked

., The Sun's telephones: All Department -372-8441 Does 1 $ himself jovially, "since before long I know I'll have to refer to

.. Want Ads376.4672t r' 111 him as 'Mr. President.' The firs: one of my old friends

II.A who refers to me as 'Mr. President,' said Goldwater takingthe

.1 Florida's Name Leads All the Rest AJob 0i t roruy 1 floor, "I'll name ambassador to South Viet Nam." Thereis

!r wr ;k JiI 1r indeed, no greater punishment.

I In evaluating the nation's educational sity of Michigan, looks to the com- New York Note Book: Nom- Consider the role of Henry Cabot Lodge, who is roaming

Z progress in the last decade, munity college to bridge the great ination of Robert F. Kennedy Europe these days like the Flying Dutchman, seeking to explain

: there is one area in which Florida's vocational; gap that now exists. By -formerly of Massachu- America's position to proud European chancellors, who

itr I : name leads all the rest. 1970, he estimates, one fourth of thenation's setts resident, but of, as New of Tuesday York Stateto last, view him with amazement, and say to him yes yes, Mr.

.. labor force may be employed be the Democratic Par- wer'LtllhIf 1 Ambassador, and isn't the weather in Europe fine during the ,

I I : In the establishment and the development in "middle manpower" jobs that ty's nominee for the U. S. ,. late summer weeks? i

r- of a comprehensive system did not even exist a few decades ago. Senate was a masterpiece of .. ji /
WHAT IS Ambassador
saying to them? What can he
of community colleges to serve politics. All the ingredientsof say? He is on record as having said, on several occasions, that
t/ the "middle bracket" of youth with Coming from an educator whose commonsense, the oppor- me war m south Viet Nam

i H continuing educational opportunity, primary interest is in the vocationalfield tunity for a great victory, was going spiffingly for our
and the power of its appeal, THE; WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS'ANALYST
r .both occupational and general, the :Mr. Harris's words should have were in it. There already is r side. He is on record as

)tate has assumed a position of unquestioned weight. He says, "I see the com- ,evidence the 'carpetb a g g- having deplored, oh how he
t deplored the
leadership. It is begin- prehensive community college as er' issue will not be too mean- persecution of
; the Buddhists under the reignof
) ; Being to close the gap that has long 'democracy's college the key whichis .ingful in a state where a majority The High and Low President Diem. Diem is

1:; yxisted between the traditional high opening the door to a better living their immediate of the residents forebears, or out now, liquidated-a bullet

I : chool I and the no less traditional and a better life for millions of came from some other -placeor through his head, you know-
t university. American citizens. It will play a country. and that was to end the ten-
sion between the Catholics and
major role in occupational educationin
1i *. The stakes are high. Mayor NtUJ Vark t minttS few paragraphs of one another. tion" television program, "is Buddhists, between the neu-
i : And we do not mean the academic the years ahead. Wagner nominated Robert By JAMES RESTON whether the United States can tralists and the antiCommunists. -

i .; gap only. We refer to the more ser- Kennedy. The mayor of WASHINGTON A Gold- afford a man as President as Nine months and three

: ions occupational gap that leaves a At a recent legislative work con- the world's greatest and water lady from Indiana IN ONE paragraph he con- cynical and as completely political regimes later, we face as

: hird or more of today's youth untrained ference sponsored by the Southern. most exciting city summedup wants to know how the wick- demns the Democrats for sug- as President Johnson, many religious l'iots-mo ac- }

: for useful employment Regional Education Board, Florida'sjunior the case in words that del- ed left wing Eastern press gesting that his policies might or whether they want a man tually-than we faced a sum- i
egates understand. The first lead to war and a few who is honest mer ago; a demoralized
its vicious attackson minutes straight for-
l in an economy that is constants college system was held up as duty he said to work arranges
2eyen was her hero. Do 'later condemns the Dem- ward, and has integrity.That's Army, a fierce, internecine
we get our
; demanding more qualified manpower an inspiring example of "how things for the election of LyndonB. material direct from the ocrats for drifting "closer to the only issue in this political quarrel within the

: il at technical and semiprofesional could be done." The permissive nature Johnson and Hubert Hum- Democratic National Committee war on an ebbing tide, of mil- campaign, the real issue." ruling junta. Meanwhile the
: levels. of the program, its adapatabil- phrey. itary strength." Vietcong,with relentless vigor
she asks, or are we paid The classic example of this
h .'. ity to community needs and BUT NEW YORK Democrats pursues its goal, which is the
for evil deeds Moscow
fcZ provis- our by Other members of the Gold- highroad lowroad combina- t
in domination of South
l T Florida is not the only state that ions for financing and administeringwere chance see to regain Kennedy state a ? water camp offer different ex- tion is Goldwater's own per- Nam. s
I pow
I has turned to the community col- all matters of study.It er. It has been 30 years Alas, the answer Is far less amples of political campaign formance during the conven- And Mr. Lodge, sipping
in effort to meet the exciting. We simply read what ing. Rep. William Miller, the tion in San Francisco. On the r
i / : 3ege plan an since the Democrats have sherry, tries, unsuccessfully,
educational' needs of all the people. appears that other southern controlled both houses in the Barry and his spokesmen say, Republican vice presidential one hand, he opposed personal to engage the attention of
and then the results.Or attacks in the
r r on campaign,
pass nominee
Forty-three states out of the fifty states are beginning to follow the state legislature. Since 1952 on Aug. serious men in Europe with
1 we what the but when he was asked whether -
compare 28 for that
example, Lyndon
the Democrats of New York the forlorn that
tI : pave some kind of public junior col- Florida pattern and are "changing have not been able to electa Senator says one day with Johnson "elected to be a con the Republican Party refusal is under message control everything in
4 iege ( commonly described as over" from technical schools what he or his aides on to strengthen its civil
a1 w more separate U. S. Senator. With a tick- say gressman instead of a soldier South Viet Nam, that the gifted
a "community" college). Some are "extension" programs, industrial et of Johnson and Humphrey another, and the thing comes during the last world war, rights plank would not give diplomacy of the Kenne-

functioning as they were intended to training centers, and "area" voca- against Goldwater and out anti Goldwater" almost whereas "Ba r r y Goldwater the Democrats a good issuein dy Johnson Lodge leader

P : 'function, and others are weak gestures tional institutes to the comprehensive Miller, the Democrats believe every time. stayed in the" service for four the campaign, he replied: ship will triumph in that crucial

I of compliance with a recognized community college. But educa- they can carry the state and THE REPUBLICAN nomi- long years. "AFTER LYNDON Johnson peninsula of Southeast
control the With of Districtof Asia.
The chairman the
: trend. But in Florida the movement tors elsewhere are looking to Floridafor legislature. nee's speech at Prescott, Ariz., the biggest faker in the
Robert Kennedy they may Columbia Republican Com- AND SENATOR GOLD- i
illustrates side United States? He opposed i
has been than Thursday one
more a leadership, some educators "at
win a Senate seat in Washing mittee, Carl L. Shipley, carried WATER is of course stuck
: Jto placate the educators. It is a comprehensive home" have been toying with the of the technique. It is an ex- the personal offensive i civil rights until this year. with the question: What is
ton.Senator ercise in moral philosophy. It Let them make an issue of
well-planned program en- idea of "buying" the obsolescent Keating, Republican is full of the noble words of against the President one step it. I'll recite the thousands of the alternative? I pity the

acted into law-a law that specif- ,educational models of our neighbors incumbent, boasts a the English language: Honor, further. According to the words he has spoken down the Senator. For the simple reason

: Jally; defines the duties of the junior -models which they are discardingas good record. But top Democrats hope, faith, vision and put .Washington Evening ,Star, years against abolishing the that he cannot give the f
and regard him as banal Shipley charged last week poll tax and the F.E.P.C. obvious answer. Goodness
college in terms of occupational less effective and less workable pose.
'' and shrewd '"me too" that the official medical re- knows if s
;.. ji as a my primary job
'" He's the individualwho
ommunity'needs well the continuation than It invites the voters to join phoniest
as as -
ours. man after a fight is won in ports ,on President Johnson's around." were to win a majority of the
U : of general education him in "a good and noble health "bunk" and add- ever came
h oppor- which he has provided littleor were American people over to
and All presidential campaigns, my
i. I tumty.i' Here is a situation that should no help.Congressman. cause lives, to, to clarify seek "greatnessand purifyour ed that "there is a substantial by Democrats and Republicans position in the voting boothI
w give us The state junior college Sam S t r a tton's chance that if re electedhe would scarcely dare to
ht pause. purpose," to reject "easy alike, are, of course, part
friends made fine ( ) will not live to completehis
; r If the junior colleges already established system was conceived in wis- a morals and uneasy ethics," high moral idealism, part low speak my mind on the sub-
I : in the state are not fulfilling dom-and with bold imagination that show for him as a Kennedy obviously to acquire "greatness of heart political tactics and therefore ject of South Viet Nam.

: : ;their mandate, the fault lies both has won the praise of the nation.It opponent.has the affection Stratton of his dis- and self restraint," and to "Insurance actuarial tables part hypocrisy. Both campsare Senator of Goldwater, in a spirit
I follow who will lead the refute all the vote catching vulnerable to the charge desperation absolutely
i' ,with the local and state 'administraftion. is our charter of educational the demanded men
1 trict. But prize -
; op- way to these ideals, mean- diagnoses Mr. Johnson can this time, but there is a dif understandable in the lightof
The obligation to provide a comprehensive portunity for all the people. It is heroic measures. Politicsis ing of course, Goldwater and produce," Shipley was quotedas ference. the speed with which his !

,'It I Ita and diversified program up to us to implement it zealQusly a struggle for power. Rob- Miller.In saying. "Before casting a For it is Goldwater who has enemies pounce on any realistic '

I j : 'in keeping with community needs is and aggressively-with a firm deter- ert Kennedy legally was avail- doing so, as has been vote for Johnson, citizens chosen to make morality the suggestion, has now said
able. His ambitions lay more noticed in this several should reflect upon this prob- central issue of the election that maybe the time has
\1 clearly spelled out. All it takes is a mination the terms of the char- Senate than the space ,
I \ toward the times before, he touches a ability they will get Hum- who has attacked the political come to negotiate with the
in ter shall be fulfilled.
Z hand to the machinery
willing put smothering confinement of in the "
1 l wistful longing in the Ameri- phrey House. tactics of the past, and called Red Chinese Governme n t.
.dear.M the vice presidency.
can spirit but alongside or for new and higher standardsof There is a sense in which, considering
[( \' .' The educational gap that exists foe THERE WAS A VERY con- underneath these eloquent DEAN BURCH, the .n e w conduct in personal and the politically available -

', 2 : Norman C. Harris, professor of more than one third of our youth siderable amount of skillful yearnings in the'Goldwater chairman of the Republican political life. realities, he is absolutely
F1r technical education at the Univer- must be closed. work done in combati n g camp there are other themes National Committee, also follows This is good, but it must al- and unchallengeably cor
r I' the possible ill-effects of the not the moral tone of the
t directed at less noble senti- so be true. It is an admirable rect.
K'' Work for late Kennedy move to New ments.In Goldwater speech in Prescott, thing to appeal to the noblest
E : Neighbors IntegrationProperty York state.Perhaps. the same speech the Ariz., but this same personalline qualities in a people, but you WHAT WOULD you do un-
the best, and cer- Senator calls for more mili- of attack on the Presi- cannot appeal to these quali- der the circumstances? Win
1 :, ; A neighborhood in Houston, Tex., values are rising again, tainly one of the more per- tary strength "a slowdownin dent. ties part of the time and the war against the Vietcong,
: was beginning to experience the and there's a new spirit of pridein suasive jobs in this historic, the expansion in federal "The main point from our trifle with them the rest. And I hear someone say off in the
Deteriorating effects of integration the location and friendliness precedent-making state con- spending" and the end of the point of view," said Burch in this is what Goldwater and wings. That, sir, is my own

.when. combined with rumors, prejudice among the neighbors.One vention, was by Averell Har-of military draft all within a last Sunday's "Face the Na his aides are now doing. preference too. But do you
'l'I riman, governor realize that
I : and apprehension. Property: of the principles arrived at in New York, and one of the tion involves any a declaration such sugges-of
values were dropping and some un- discussion between the neighborhood more remarkable men in the

i icrupulous real estate agents were committee and Negro leaders was nation's history of public Voice of the purpose magnified which in is the immediately American -

!beginning to attempt "block-busting" that an appropriate ratio would be service.He spoke. of the more than I People i public opinion commun-

Uauying white-owned property at about 15-35 per cent Negro familiesto of residence in New ity as a Call for Nuclear
t 40
\ low prices to sell for to about 85-65 white. years I War? Never mind that the
; more per cent Thereis York by the senior Kennedyand
I On The Sun's chances that
\I :Negroes. no attempt to set a rigid quota, his wife, parents of the = Opinion Page the result would be
are Inflnitessi
: Then white residents, who wanted just recognition of what looks likea nominee. But Mr. Harrimanthen small. sally -
; : to stay and approved of orderly sensible balance.In went to the record. Robert Opinions and comments of Sun readers or* wtlcom In the Voice *f the People column. Utters The
Kennedy has been one of must M signed and bear the writers address. Names will .be withheld if requested. A letter should point Senator Goldwa-
integration of such areas, organized their determination not to panicat not exceed 500 words and must b. written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot bo used. The ter and the leaders of the Republican -
: .a committee to improve the situa- imagined problems, but rather to the eral more the country able attorneys has had.gen-Se- intent.Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing' the writ.?. meaning or Party appear to
... tion. As a result, the area is nearly achieve neighborhood stability and at ven major bills assisting the have discovered is very simply -
lished and bequeathed to us as tian," by OBSERVER, I thisthat the
:saturated with lawn sings saying, the same time recognize the rightsof FBI and other law enforce- Cleveland Had American i
an object of our love and ven- am prone to hope you will people are not
: ::This property is not for sale," andy others to join the neighborhood, ment agencies in curbing or An AnswerEDITOR eration. It perverts the pat- print this. make the sacrifices prepared that to

Ute committee is acting as a clearingHouse this group is accomplishing some- organized crime came from riotic sentiments of our coun- Jesus would not have beena apparently necessary in are
his His sense of justice or-
: ;n for homes which are on the thing important. And if this calm, planning.led him to for a SUN: Way back in trymen and tempts them to Christian. (When I say der to keep South Viet Nam

Tharket. There is ,close cooperation intelligent approach to integrated public defenders'press bill, which 1893 Grover Cleveland presen- pitiful calculation of the sordid "Christian" I mean it in the free. Accordingly, we are at ;

:Hvrith Negro community leaders, and housing can work here in the South, the American Bar Associa- ted us with an eloquent replyto gain to be derived from thegovernment's connotation placed upon the the end of the rope. So that

responsible owners of both races are it be successful in north- tion had been seeking for 25 'Mr. Eliot Roosevelt. It will maintenance. It word today.) Christianityas President Johnson, like Barry
:. surely can be remembered that Mr. undermines the self-reliance of ( of 1964 A.D.) requiresthe Goldwater, has only the +
to consider in. years.
%..encouraged ern cities. ROBERT KENNEDY'S workin Roosevelt, after the manner of our people and substitutes inclusion of the "Letters alternatives of saying: We
r-a- rehabilitation of young his father in the '30's and '40's in its place dependence on (teachings) of Paul" which will surrender, or we will ne
POTOMAC offenders is not wide- threatened the people of Florida governmental favoritism. It did not exist at 33 A.D. I gotiate.SO .
:.. FEVER ly known. Yet much was ac with the loss of impor- stifles the spirit of true Amer- defy any human to show me
-.-, The tant patronage projects if they icanism and stupefies every one teaching given by Paulor WHAT TO DO under
By JACK WILSON, Cowles complished. attorney gen- ,.
Washington Bureau do not Mr. Johnson back ennobling trait of American of Paul's cohorts the
his put ( any ) circumstances? If
= Sen. Williams says Bobby Baker was the eral's appeal to youth you
\- middleman in a $35,000 payoff on "
into the Whitehouse in 1964. citizenship. which is to cannot beat
a corollary one the 1
of Communist enemy, either
: :A. C. stadium job. Hearings be in the there's for combating
stadium-where room
that I
But was a big time because
President Cleveland said of Christ's teachings. you lack c-F
who propaganda in Japan the
almost all the Democrats never heard of youth i.
I Bobby. tries, his little known 71 years ago that "the les- ago. Jesus was a Jew and He strength to do so or the win -

:.: Bobby Kennedy opens his campaign in the Fulton Fish Market. smelled, but deep personal Interest sons of paternalism ought to A. SANDERS 'lived Jewish. The principles to 'do so, the thing to do is to
;gust like the gags he knew would be written about it. in delinquency in the be unlearned and the better On Christ's propounded by Jesus were negotiate with him. Negotiate
: Washington area, where he lesson taught that while the not authorized to be binding while you still have a few

::= Bobby will be hard to replace as attorney general. Where do you go to find helped with a program that people should patriotically ChristianityEDITOR upon man until after the As- cards to play. Rather negotiate

:.:>i good lawyer who's young, rich, attractive, and has never tried a case. produced 1,000 summer jobs and cheerfully support their cension, at which time He now with the Red Chinese .
for needy chfldren-all these government, its functiora do Sun It has delegated His selected humans than a few months from '

*, That picture of Sen. Humphrey on horseback at the LBJ ranch cleared up one and more were in the Harriman not include the support of been my desire to broach to dedicate all (Whosoever now when Saigon falls into E
mystery. It made it obvious why Sen. McCarthy got out of the race. summation.The the people The unwholesome this subject for a long time will). "OBSERVER" the hands of the neutralis ts.
wlAr.,rr --'- state convention was,. progeny: of paternalism but based upon the experience makes the distinction via Most preferable of all, to be t
-": Sen. Goldwater names his 'campaign plane Yai Bi Ken. That's Navaho, the as aforesaid, a masterful job is the. bone of republican I have had in the past, Redemption. Jesus Christ advocated sore, a stern program of
:-Senator's favorite language. He says he never has been misquoted in itT of creating a consensus anda institutions and the con- I have abstained. from doingso repentance but ter-reaction. :-
roe s. ---_ dream of a great' victory. stant peril of our governmentby because I had no confidence says nothing about redemption. But we cannot bring _- ourselves
I -:** Things are buzzing along Madison Avenue. TV insiders report CBS is plannIng Such a dream may well by- the people. It degrades to it, would_ be published; The idea of redemption to do that, and so
I : winter re-runs of the Yankee games. Program to be called "Yankee, Try To pass the carpet-bagger leer the purposes of wily craft the now, however, in view of the is Paul's "stock in trade." must play politics as the aft
I ::.. Go ,Home." udice. plan to rule our lathers,estab, letter "Was Christ a Chris CHARLES J. GREEN of the possible -.

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I I 'Duval Elementary School'spreplanning r fourth cager of Gibbs Junior Colege's -

nationally ranked basketball -
session closed on a t', a team was signed to a grant-
of this week. Theweek's 1
Monday .
: II
---. -- JOHN R. HARRISON PrtSldtflt MdPuNuhtr s in-aid recently.
I activities started Mon- tx.
1 w I ; PAT COWLES Vic Pres> Norman A. Jackson, coach of
.;; Florida's Beautiful o ..cnt; Ed JOHNSON, Viet PrtsMtBt day with a general assembly, one of the nation's top ten scor-
and Executive Editor W. C. (BOI) Miss Eunice Carter, presid- k
t : University City'i fls EBERSOLE, VICI PrtsidMt end Ad- ing junior college quintets, an-
ing, and group meeting and in- ;d "
rorlKNy DirtctwBOB fARlAtrItONGw punced thai Jerry Swann sign-
I VKt PrMMMt and CircuUUM Ateeale4J dividual teacher planning. Each
.. ed a grant-in-aid to play basketball -
teacher presented an outline q4x
:: THE SUN'S POLICY of the term's work. Tuesdaywas for Southern Illinois University -

: 1. Report the new fully and Impartially In the news cola ,. the first day of school for The signing of Swann to play t

,! 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. the pupils. Thursday featured for Jack Hartman's Illinois cag- .
I ;: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues.'i assembly for the primary de- ro F
ers ended summer long speculation -
L J : :f The Sun's telephones: All Department -372-8441 partment, with Principal L. M. about where the much-
Jackson, presiding and Fri-
: Want Ads--376-4672 sought after eager would play.
assembly for the interme-
t w day, Drake University, Stillman College .-
diate department with Jack

; } 4w 1 Florida's Name Leads All the Restf son again presiding.- The total .-. the University, Arizona of State Houston University, New, .- ----

I enrollment for the week was DAVIS Mexico State University, Drake DAYTONA BEACH Miss!performed the double ring, can-

f ;; In evaluating the nation's educational sity of Michigan, looks to the com- 656 students. L. M. Jackson, PLANS STATE MEETINGL. Grambling had sought Swann Patricia Elaine Moore, daughIter lelight service at Gertrude

progress in the last decade, munity college to bridge the great principal; Rose Spence and Lou- since early spring. of Bethune Cookman Col-t Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial Chapel -
gene Hill, editors and reporters. V. Davis lege President and Mrs. Rich the college grounds.
president of the Before Swann signed, New on
:there is one area in which Florida's vocational gap that now exists. By
Florida Voters League, h asset Mexico State University, Drake ard V. Moore, Daytona Beach, After a wedding trip to Nas-
: name leads all the rest. 1970, he estimates, one fourth of the Saturday and Sunday, Sept. University, and Millikin University -became the bride of Alfred sau, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will

.-. .i nation's labor force may be employed PROGRAM PLANNEDThe 26-27, as the dates for the State signed Gibbs star Cu rtis Samuel Smith of Havana, Fla., be home in St. Petersburg. She

a : In the establishment and the development in "middle manpower" jobs that Waltonairs, singers from Voters League meeting in Mi- Bankston, John Mayes, and Ray and Washington, Aug. 29. is an instructor in social studies -
:.oJ. of did not exist ami at the House Bishop Marquis Lafayette at Pinellas High School
a comprehensive system even a few decades ago. will in Hampton Adams, respectively to basket-
: to High Springs, appear a Motel.A ball grants. Harris of the Atlantic Coast and he teaches biology at Gibbs
of community colleges serve musical at the Mt.
Area of the Methodist Church Junior College.
; the "middle bracket" of youth with Coming from an educator whose Herman Baptist Church on special program is being 1 Swann, at 6'5", was consider- ,

r : _continuing educatipnal opportunity, primary interest is in the vocational Sept. 20. planned to honor those persons ed by Coach Jackson as one of '
his defensive players, and PROFESSOR LISTED
: :both occupational and general, the field, Mr. Harris's words should have The public is invited. Rev. who have been candidates for 'a under r r
great player
: .;;state has. assumed a position of unquestioned weight. He says, "I see the com- Richard Harrison, pastor; Mrs. public offices in their local com- sure." He averaged 15 reboundsper pres- Dr. b tuat t5

Dollie Ford, reporter. munities. A workshop on voter William F. Smith, professor of
-..: leadership. It is begin- prehensive community college as game and helped Gibbs' explosive -
a9,. II ; the that has long 'democracy's the education at the polls will be offense with 12 psychology> at Gibbs Junior College SELENA FOREMAN
,, -'ning to close gap college key whichis a point MRS.
included to assist the
has been listed in two leading
I : x existed: between the traditional high opening the door to a better living CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS give correct information average. Selena
publications that tributeto Final rites for Mrs.
t. ; :lichool; and the no less traditional and a better life for millions of Shady Grove Primitive Baptist when it is needed to members in oa's Swann Middleton is a graduate of School Tam- outstanding educators.Dr. pay. Foreman of 717 NW Second St.
: lJuniversity. American citizens. It will play a I the local leagues. will be held this afternoon 3
School 10 Smith
11 Sunday a.m.; where Coach William A. Bethel is listed in the 21st I
t "2 _-.v.k major role in occupational educationin and prayer meeting, 11 a. m. has produced some of Florida's volume of "Who's Who in American p.m. from the Second Morning

k = And we do not mean the academic the years ahead." Rev. R. J. Gainous, pastor; top capers. Education", and the fifth :Star Baptist Church with the

: only. We refer to the more serous Mr F. D. Shannon, reporter.Mt. rr ':- '" 'n h ".rf"'Y volume of "American Men of Rev. W. S. White and Rev. M.M. .

i : :: occupational gap that leaves a At a recent legislative work con- Pleasant' Methodist MEN'S DAY PROGRAMThe Science." Lindsey officiating.Mrs. .

; 1 .: f*third or more of today's youth untrained ference sponsored by the Southern Church School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Men's Day program at Bases for his selection for Foreman, known to died her

... : for useful employment Regional Education Board, Florida'sjunior worship, Communion, 11 i +:.3 % the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist listing in the two publicationswere friends Aug. 27 as at "Mama her home Lena"followinga
a.m. and worshio.
; evening Church will terminate Sept. his experiences and activities -
T even in an economy that is constantly college system was held up as Communion, 7 p.m. Rev. W. in the field of psychology.He short illness.

q ( : demanding more qualified manpower an inspiring example of "how things N. Ferguson, pastor.N. 'atw 27.There will be a banquet in has served as assistant psy- Survivors include: five clul-

;: at technical and semi-profes- could be done." The permissive nature the[ dining room of the Shady chologist for Harvard Univer- dren, Alfonz, James, Miss Martha -

t :)ional levels. of the program, its adapatability E. S. HIGHLIGHTS Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon sity's School of Public Health, Foreman, and Mrs. Mary
Williams all of Gainesville and
U .. f' to community needs, and provis- Sept. 26.CONTINUE. psychologist for Dayton Oh i o's ,
; Miss Gloris Foreman of Miami
J7.Florida is not the only state that ions for financing and administeringwere The school year at Newberry Child Guidance Center, and he five sisters, Mrs. Elsie Richardson -

; *as turned to the community col- all matters of study.It Elementary School was opened ILL taught at Michigan State Uni- and Mrs. Verlie Mae Welchof
.. with an assembly program .Mrs. Estelle Knowles an d versity and Florida A&M University -
rdega plan in an effort to meet theE with C. H. Hathcock, prin- Mrs. Margaret Finley are ailing -I before coming to Gibbs St. Petersburg, Mrs. Eliza-

E ( : .educational needs of all the people. appears that other southern cipal, in charge. r" at their home. Their friends Junior College. beth Welch, Mrs. Rosa Lee

i : :.Forty-three states out of the fifty states are beginning to follow'' the Two new members were wel hope that they soon be well Howard of Pontiac, Mich., and

; /{have some kind of public junior col- Florida pattern and are "changing corned to the faculty for the again. COLLEGE BOUND Mrs. Janie Mae House of MIami i
two brothers, Brady Jonesof
4 ;:"Jege (more commonly described as over" from separate technical schools, new school term: Mrs. Iralene ;
The following from Gainesville and Roosevelt I
r persons
-* "community" college). Some are "extension" industrial Mays, a graduate of Florida A ANNIVERSARY CLOSINGThe
'L Z anniversary of the the Gainesville area are enter- Jones of Pontiac, Mich.; 12
i .M and Miss Saint pastorof
:functioning as they were intended to training centers, and "area" voca- Elmo Cherry, a graduate of Ed- BEGINS CAREER the Mt. Moriah Bap- ti st I ing colleges and univers i t y grandchildren and many neices

r "function, and others are weak gestures tional institutes to the comprehensive ward College.All Church which has been in progress this year: and nephews.

1 ; of compliance with a recogniz- community college. But educa- parents are asked to Miss Perlyn Marchree Souder is closing today. Miss Marvenelle Welcome,. Interment will be made in the

-: :'.ed trend. But in Florida the move- tors elsewhere are looking to Floridafor registration fees for their children pay- (above) left recently for The anniversary sermon will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J., Rutledge Cemetery under the

:. s anent has been more than a gesture leadership, some educators "at in order that additional Charlotte, N.C., where she is be delivered by Rev. S. M. B. Welcome Sr., 1003 NE 22nd l direction of Dorsey's Funeral
St., a sophomore at Florida A. Home.
: i:.10 placate the educators., It is a comprehensive home" have been toying with the instructional materials may be employed in the Public School Daniels at 3 p.m. & M.

a : well-planned program en- idea of "buying" the obsolescent purchased. Pupils in gradesone System of Mecklenburg Coun- SPECIAL Miss Willie A. Brown, daughter -. MRS. ETHEL HOWELL
I i into law-a law that specifically educational models of through four are asked to ty. She will serve in the position SERVICES
acted neighbors
i our There will be services of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown, WOODARD
and five of instructor of French and special
,! r -- defines the duties of the junior -models, which they are discardingas pay grades through at the Mt. Olive Primit I 1036 NE 1st St., a freshman al t t
eight, fifty cents. Spanish in the York Stree t v e Final rites for Mrs. Ethel
: : invterms of occupational less effective and less workable Church Florida A&M.
college High School of Charlotte. Baptist today on Woodard of Micanopy will beheld
; -:Community needs as well: as the continuation than ours. Choir No.1, sponsored by Charles E Stephenson, son I
this afternoon 2:30
i ; SPECIAL NOTICE Miss Souder was an honor Mrs. Roxell Golstin. of Mrs. W. M. Jenkins, 1713 NE I p.m.
I :: of general education oppor- student and graduate of Lincoln the 4th Ave., first year at Hampton from the Paradise Methodist
During E.
/ : .tunity. Here is a situation that should The Deacons and Ushers High School, Gaines- B. Duncan from Lawtey, will be Jr. College, Ocala. Church with the Rev. Hamilton

J. I M ( give 'us pause. The state junior college Club will meet at the home of ville, class of '60,.and a graduate the principal speaker the Franklin Moore, son of Mrs, officiating.Mrs. .

J' 1; If the junior colleges already estab- system was conceived in wisdom Rev. and Mrs. Shannon todayat "With High Honors" from casion. on oc Nellie Moore, Route 1, Box : Woodard, a resident of

I t r: :1ished in the state are not fulfilling -and with bold imagination that 5 p.m. Mrs. F. Shannon, re Livingston College, Salisburg, 306, Lincoln Business College Micanopy for many years, died
porter.MINISTERS'. N. C. in the class of 1964. Her Jacksonville. Aug. 28.Interment.
..their mandate the fault lies both has won the praise of the nation.It ALACHUA NEWS
.. will be
e major was Foreign Languages. Shirley Louise Jenkins, made in
,.1 : -*with the local and state administra'tion. is our charter of educational opportunity She is the daughter of Rev. and Slates Regular MeetingThe daughter of Mrs Eula M. Jenkins the Micanopy Cemetery under
FELLOWSHIP Heroines of Jericho No.
.. The obligation to provide a com for all the people. It is Mrs. W. L. Souder of 1230 S.E. 653 NE 15th Terr., fresh- the direction of Dorsey's Funeral
217 Esther
Court are asked to
I : 'rehensive and diversified program up to us to implement it zealouslyand The Interdenominational Min- Waldo Road, and a member of meet at the regular meeting at I man at Florida A&M. Home. i

: ."."in keeping with community needs is aggressively-with a firm deter- isters' Fellowship will meet in Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion I the usual meeting place on;

f.. : ,clearly spelled- out. All it takes is a mination that the'' terms of the char- regular session Tuesday at 11 Church. Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Emily, PERSONALSMiss !MRS. ALLENE GILBERT

: willing: hand to put the machinery in ter shall be fulfilled. a.m., at Mt. Pleasant Metho- Hymes, M.A.M. Funeral services for Mrs. Al-
dist Church, corner of NW Sec Mary Carter, daughterof lene Gilbert of LaCrosse will
t (gear.w ond St. and Seventh Ave. The NOTICE Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Carterof be held at the Bethel A.M.E.

*MC> The educational gap that exists for committee on the "Alliance" The St. Paul Memorial Cem- ARCHER NEWS NW Eighth St., left Satur Church at LaCrosse today at

: ,. Norman C. Harris, professor of more than one third of .our youth program will make its report.All etery will be cleaned on Labor Program Set day for Lincoln Business Col- 3 p.m. with Rev. G. S. Cam- :

(II technical' education at the Univer- must be closed. ministers, pastors and non- 7. Persons The famous Male Chorus of lege at Jacksonville where she eron officiating. I n terment :
Day, Sept, are
1 w the Galilee Baptist Church fromSt. will follow in the Newnansville
pastors, are members of t he"Alliance" is a student.
asked lawn
IIII'|r' 1 IE u Neighbors Work for Integration I and may attend. ers, hoes to bring and their shovels. mow Petersburg will feature the Mrs. Eula Mae Harris of 830 Cemetery. :

an I 44 each mont Rev. Walter S.! Please come early. following: "Don't Put Off Today NW Fifth Ave., returned from Her survivors include her
TJ *-: White, president; Rev. D. E. for Tomorrow" and "If You New York City on Wedn e sday children, Mrs. Lillie Mae Cald-
t 'fe' A neighborhood in Houston, Tex., Property values are rising again, Got It Show Some Sign," in a well ,
White, secretary.A I where she was the house guestof Tampa; Rayfield Keith,
was beginning to experience the and there's a new spirit of pridein II CHOIRS' UNION musical program at the St. Peter Mrs. Annie L. Williams, a Alachua; Mrs. Nancy Lee ,

-_ ,deteriorating effects of integration the location and friendliness I The Friendship Choirs' Union Baptist Church on Sept. 20 former resident of Gaines- Jackson, Ft. Myers; Mrs. ;

When combined with rumors, prej- among the neighbors.One LANDMARKBible I will render an inspirational program at 2 pjn. ville. While there she visitedthe Blanche Porter and Mrs. Ruth ;E

: r'udice and apprehension. Property of the principles arrived at in at the Shady Grove Primi- There is no admission price, World's Fair where her Mitchell, LaCrosse.

Z revalues were dropping and some un- discussion between the neighborhood Thought "Praise the tive Baptist Church on Thursdayat but a free-will offering will be two sons, Mathis and Willis Duncan Brothers, morticians,
Lord. to the Lord accepted.
Sing a new
I Harris, are employed duringthe are in charge.
t | i scrupulous real estate agents were committee and Negro leaders was song, his praise in the assem- summer. They will return

: J r ginning to attempt "block-busting" that an appropriate ratio would be bly of the faithful." Psalm: will Following be the business program meeting., there PLAN JOINT MEETINGThe to Florida A. and M. University WILLIE (Bubba) FRAZIER j

1! ;-, "t-buying white-owned property at about 15-35 per cent Negro familiesto 149:1. I Mr. F. D. Shannon, reporter.The I I at Tallahassee to resume Funeral services for Willie
j s blow prices to sell for more tow about 85-65 per cent white. Thereis Floral Court Lodge No. their studies this fall. (Bubba) Frazier of 608 NW

i I 9 ""*. Negroes. no attempt to set a rigid quota, LACROSSE NEWS 113 and the Ushers' Board No. Miss Mary Baker and Miss fourth Ave., will be held at the

: : m: Then white residents, who want- just recognition of what looks likea wedding trip came to be 2 of the Gainesville District Annie Mae Butler, both of Tam. East New Port Baptist Churchat
Singers To Appear called honeymoon after a Norse will meet jointly Monday, Sept.
are guests of friends here Daysville today at 11
I i Sted to stay and approved of orderly sensible balance.In The Male Chorus from Archer habit. Each day for a month 7, at 8 p.m. at the home of pa today. with Rev. A. F. Alexander a. m.of-

.. integration of such areas, organized their determination not to panicat will appear in a musical recital -'after the nuptials, the newly- Mrs. Carrie Pyles, of 403 S.W. Mrs. Sarah Hall returned here i ficiating. Interment will followin

M :*a committee to improve the situa- imagined problems, but rather to at the Bethel A. M. E.: weds took a sip of mead, a fermented -7th Avenue. yesterday from Washington. the Daysville Cemetery.

";tion. As a result, the area is nearly achieve neighborhood stability and at Church Sunday, Sept. 6 at 8 drink made of honey, The dues and endowments D. C., where she was combining Duncan Brothers, morticians,

: i saturated. with lawn sings saying, the same time recognize the rightsof p.m.The public is invited. I bring them good luck and .I meeting.are to be paid in full at the business! and pleasure during -i are in charge.

I .. *"This property is not for sale," and others to join the neighborhood, the summer.

; i :"the committee is acting as a clearing this group is accomplishing some- Mrs. Willie Mae Hurst and MRS. MINNIE LEE

a ;house for homes which are on the thing important. And if this calm, son, James, of Miami, were ANDERSON
I Voice of the flown here yesterday on a brief Funeral services for Mrs. Mime -
S market. There is close cooperation intelligent approach to integrated People visit with friends. Lee Anderson of 1248 NW il It

v;:with Negro community leaders, and housing can work here in the South, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Stev- Fifth Ave., will be held at the I}

11; l responsible owners of both races are surely it can be successful in northern I ens and son, George, all of New Duncan Brothers Chapel on I

4:::..encouraged to consider moving in. cities. _ On The Sun's Opinion Page == York City arrived here yester- Tuesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. D. 1
y;' day as guests of Mrs. Stev- E White officiating. Interment

r.r 5I Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters ens' relatives for two weeks. i.I will follow in the Grass Lawn
POTOMAC FEVER must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Miss Emma Jones of Ocata .I Cemetery.Her I
1 i : not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The .
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning Of passed through Gainesville survivors include her
A" By JACK WILSON Cowles Washington Bureau route to visit Edward
intent. yesterday en son, Freddie Anderson, city i ;
*;: Sen. Williams says Bobby Baker was middleman in a $35,000 payoff on thetD. ,, Waters College at Jack I brother> Gee Anderson, Hart- ':
71 that "the les- of love and
an object J
Had years ago our ven-
C. stadium job. Hearings will be in the stadium-where there's room for sonville. ford Conn.
; grandchildren two-
.. sons of paternalism ought to eration. It perverts the patriotic
Democrats who heard
almost all the never of Bobby.
great grand children and
.'- be unlearned and the better sentiment of our coun-
.... An AnswerEDITOR lesson taught that while the trymen and tempts them to I relatives and friends.
2 ; Bobby Kennedy opens his campaign in the Fulton Fish Market. It smelled )
:PLANS CONFERENCEThere Duncan Brothers
people should pitiful calculation of the sordid morticians,
: just like the gags he knew would be written about it. : patrioticallyand I
SUN: Way back in cheerfully support their gain to be derived from the will be a conference at I are in charge.

..,; 1893 Grover Cleveland pI esen- government, its functions do government's maintenance. It the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist ,
Bobby will be hard to replace as attorney general. Where do you go to find
ted us with an eloquent replyto include undermines the self-reliance of Church Saturday at 8 pjn. i GEORGE WILLIAMS
not the of t
E: a good lawyer who's young, rich, attractive, and has never tried a case. support t
;.. -- Mr. Eliot Roosevelt It will the people The unwholesome our people and substitutesin Rev. R. J. Gainous pastor; I Funeral services for George !

2;: That picture of Sen. Humphrey on horseback at the LBJ ranch cleared up one be remembered that Mr. progeny of paternalism its place dependence on Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. I Williams will be held at the f !

tZ mystery. made it obvious why Sen. McCarthy got out of the race. Roosevelt after the' manner' of is the bone of republican governmental favoritism. It Duncan Brothers Chapel on !
M 1- his father in the 30's ana 40's' institutions and the constant stifles the spirit of true Amer- EDITOR'S NOTE Wednesday at 3 p.m. I.

P> Sen. Goldwater names his campaign plane Yai Bi Ken. That's Navaho, the threatened the people of Florida peril of our governmentby icanism and stupefies every He was a resident of Cross

j enator's favorite language. He says he never has been misquoted in it. with the loss of impor- the people. ,It degrades to ennobling trait of American Because the Gainesville Sun City. He died in the Alachut I ,

I ,..,' -- tant patronage projects if they citizenship.!* will be a business meeting General Hospital Monday '
I Things are buzzing along Madison Avenue. TV insiders report CBS is plann- do not put Mr. Johnson back the purposes of wily craft the But that was a long time Labor Day, to give employes a olUmhg an extended illness. I.

ing winter re-runs of the Yankee games. Program to be. ",called "Yankee: Try To into the Whitehouse in 1964. plan to rule our fathers estab ago.. < _- holiday, there will be no Colored Duncan Brothers, morticians,

I ,,lo-Home." President Cleveland said lished and bequeathed1 us ai A. D. SANDERS News that day. are In charge. 1

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'(: I !J, -' ;CHARLES BAILEY '"Obviously, there would be a difference bcause of the Vote on Nov 3' I t- ,r.o.IIII

1 I. Cowles Washington Bureau .rJ different relationship he has treated me with the utmost

;, WASHINGTON Robert F. Kennedy .came back to the courtesy and the greatest kindness, as he has treated all I @ Nrm Vnrk tTllm this fall. I could vote in Massachusetts "'II

)t White House Thursday to say as- he :put lit -; "good-bye." members of my family.nHe By R. W. APPLE JR. but as a resident of I .11 t1I.I.A I at- --.....
( did not that he was no longer the first man to be New York I wouldn't want
lire say .
delivered of the NEW YORK Robert F. If .,
resignation as ,attorney general : i I { r 1.J.; 1. .J ')1(,
of crisis.
called the President of the United States in case that.
United States in the often by Kennedy the Democratic
same oval office where he had, so candidate j
stood.. during the crises of his elder brother's presidency. Nor did he say that it was President Johnson who called him for the Senate in New Kennedy will, thus miss the;I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
\, in three weeks ago and told him bluntly that he could not York, says that he did not plan chance to vote for President: McCOLLUM 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
'Thursday he sat on the sofa with his wife and chatted stiffly be vice-president.) ,
to vote in the himself
electionon Johnson and for"either
J. with another President And when the photographers had been general GRESHAM 12 W. UNIVERSITY13th
+ herded out, this new President took him over to the door and Did he regret leaving the Justice Department to run for Nov. 3."Under. or his brother Edward, the I ,
'Bobby Kennedy stood perhaps for the last time there in his the Senate in New York State? New York law," the junior senator from Massachusetts PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th ST.

i familiar, slightly stooped way and looked out at the late summer "I leave the post with some regret perhaps with more. former[ attorney general said,! who is a candidate.for reelection = McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITY

beauty of the garden his brother had designed for his regret than ,I had enthusiasm when I started." "I'm not eligible to vote hereBy this year.

private pleasure.: (He did not say that there was little choice, either for him
: :It had to be '-a hard moment for Bob Kennedy. For three or for the President.)

years he had been, next' to his-brother, the most powerful mann Would he ,campaign outside New York State for President Miller Opens Up SERVED AT

Now he was there;with Lyndon Johnson, a man he doesn't "I don't think that's what's needed '. there was no discussion .
particularly like, a man who had trounced him in a play-for- of it." FRESHLY BAKED
keeps, game of power politics this summer, a man whose very By Hitting
(He ,did not suggest that he would not have relished such
presence in the oval office could only remind Kennedy of last an assignment.) ]
November's stunning tragedy. HAM
Did he think his Massachusetts accent would be a draw- ROBERT T. GRAY nection with Americans for I

\ r i After a minute or two he came out into the bright sunlight back in running for the Senate in New York? LOCKPORT, N.Y. (AP) Democratic Action (ADA) as a I

t and stood in front of microphones, the reporters and the "Well, I'll let you know in November." A small smile. "I Rep. William E. Miller opened founder and current vice chair TWO VEGETABLES

.11 merely curious crowding around; When he spoke it came, outi1 was glad to see something besides me from Massachusettswhen his campaign for the vice presi- man and said that organization I t ROLL & BUTTER

: small and tight-voiced: I saw all those fish (in a New York City market) yes- dency Saturday with an all-out advocated policies ranging from COFFEE. TEA OR COKE 99 .

A "We went in and said good-bye to President Johnson. After terday." attack on his Democratic oppo- repeal of internal security leg

I ,i1 I} three and a half years here he was very kind to Presi- Did he think he would ever be coming back to the White nent and an assist from presi- islation at home to a "disas- DESSERT

dent Kennedy and very kind to me and all those of us who House to stay? dential candidate Barry Gold- trous; coalition program" in CHILD'S PLATE . . Only 69c

: I J. had any dealings with the White House." "I _think there's somebody there." (It came out 'theyah'in water. Southeast Asia.Employing .

f, (He did not say that there had been a time when President i- the reminiscent inflection.) "And I never see any statement "I run proudly with Bill Mil- a technique that is .-: = = = __ .. COUi'ONSaccharin =-=..:::: = = .::::-_

k Johnson's standing around town depended, in considerable from him that. he's willing to move out." ler," Goldwater said, after announcing becoming increasingly popular 11I'

j ,,j measure, on how "kind" Robert Kennedy might be toward There was a little more, and then Bob Kennedy stepped from that, if elected, he among candidates on the national Tablets :
I r y him.) behind the microphones walked slowly'around the crowd of would ask for automatic incometax political trail, Miller drew :

: Had he felt his working relationship with the White House reporters to shake hands with each one, and drove away from cuts annually.The the enthusiastic crowd into his j :: BOTTLE OF 1000 V4 GRAIN I

l'! had been changed under President Johnson? the White House. Republican vice presidential -speech by luring them to re- 39c value u
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I I Miller lashed at his Democratic president from an organizationthat U.'wwwwww'. .::! .;;: COUPON mwgagv. .
Florida Trip opponent, Sen. Hubert H. proposed such policies. The
,crowd roared back "No." I PINTSIZE"ISOPROPYL"BubbingALCOHOL .:
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N.Y.AP) pledge with a charge that, "Unless stopped, it may proveas eign, socialist totalitarianism." a chorus of boos. :: 29c value !
( ) Republican Sen. Barry Goldwater said[under President Johnson'sadministration The crowd, estimated by sheriff's Soon, Miller began stopping
willing to out these ,
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Saturday that, if he reaches the "the dark cloudof threats." deputies at more than 20- after the word "well, and the I
Goldwater will visit Florida White House, he will ask Con-I compulsory arbitration is 000, stood on the Niagara Coun- crowd shouted back the line ..1 DISCOUNT PRICE . ::
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to enact of casting its shadow the said unionism ty Fairgrounds under a "Lyndon Johnson does" then
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((1 State GOP Chairman Tom "The candidates flew to Ni- 1
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"This could and right to organize, the
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Fairfield Brown said Friday the would be accomplished free of against the administration's $11- right to bargain collectively and Introducing Miller, Goldwatersaid agara Falls, about 12 miles : SUPPOSITORIESGLYCERINE ::
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political manipulations," the the right to strike, natural that "we come from differ from here, aboard their respec-I
billion tax cut earlier this
have'not. : year.
visit been
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'S "The present schedule calls nee declared.He owe their existence as believe alike." from Washington on his prop-jet
p for him to make stops at'the Orlando I made the pledge, in a inflationary.He well to that climate," he said. Miller cited Humphrey's con- "The Niagaran," and Goldwater I : 39c value ::
and Tampa airports and has said any tax-reduction from Phoenix, Ariz., aboard his I COUPON 20c
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make a major address at Al ,William town.E. Miller, in Miller'shome The senator also has declared Deedsmate bass drum as Goldwater ;and : Reg. $1.50, 1-lb. can Thcaterical ::
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Lang Petersburg. that tax reductions should be Miller stepped to the rostrum. CreamCOUPON
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Brown said the details will be ::
designed to stimulate investment The presence of the Gold- ::
must be returned to those who
worked out by the RepublicanS in business and industry. water family here Saturday wasa
tat Executive Committee earn them," Goldwater said. "A MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) President Johnson, and a H
e I return invitation. The Millers ..1
within the next few Republican administration will With the leaders of organized,- Sen. Hubert H. Humphreysaid stinging comparison of Johnson )
days. in Prescott, Ariz. 39'
'labor lining against his bid were on J
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do just that. i Saturday night America and the Republican nominee for :
The state chairman said ,he .
: for the formal .
for the Goldwater Thursday open-\
hopes Goldwater will return to' "As leaders of that adminis-.' I needs a "can-do" president like president, Sen. Barry Goldwaterof I '
said Republicans "reaffirm our Lyndon B. Johnson not "a Arizona. I II ing of the Goldwater campaign.i ,
other tration, he said, "we will i
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in in- water said, "to the cause of free I grees. Minnesotan named Barry
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I in the s tat e," come taxes." collective bargaining and pledge I The Minnesota senator returned -national ticket. More celebration -daughters, Peggy
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'if former President Dwight Eisenhower secretary Paul F. Wagner said tion on laboring men." campaign i as Democratic ,Waverly, about 40 miles west of II daughters, Elizabeth, 20, and I IMary' :: BATH MAT :
Karen 17 from j ji
and former vice presi- the GOP nominee would do that "The present administrationhas nominee for vice president.In Minneapolis.
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!i j i) i! dg r8t p ad; Y" a.<5 td.; 7. r5.d lr S Yp Y 9; r, .......<""" ". Phils Drop I

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: YORK -(AP) '- Home 1 O/i Homers

runs"by Tommy Davis and Wes uS'

Parker and .the air-tight relief .
Ace 4 555 '
{.; pitching of .Ron Perranoski PHILADELPHIA (AP) Guy, jarently switched to right-b n/
f carried the Los Angeles Dod y Sw ta"'a S ,.aw, o ar %hy \ Ss Triandos smashed a grand slam der Bolin at the last minute.

"J gers to',,a': 6-2 victory over, the '> '/" $ Si homer and Frank Thomas drove Cookie Rojas led off the first

,.. 1 New'York Mets' Saturday night 1.a d 6 d +r 2 s aa3' P 1 .. F n in three runs, powering National with a double and scored on
Perranoski replaced starter L League-leading/'Philadelphia to Johnny Callison's single. Allen

It Phil Ortega in the fourth inning, a 9-3 victory over San Francisco tripled across Callison, and
,1}, after the Mets scored both their
Saturday night. Thomas followed with his 10th

B ?J runs. The left-bander. came on *. -Jim Bunning scattered nine homer, a.blast into the lower
runners on first and third
f' c Zk55 '' ,Ao., j4r i Pa hits, winning his 16th game left field stands. ; .
ti sax b
no one out. He retired the s's .ac
i t r against four defeats. Two of the Jim Duffalo relieved Bolin at
side and blanked
one ,hit the rest.of New the York way for on ; 4i: : ; hits were bases-empty home the start of'the second 'inning

,;r his fifth victor tiys : runs by Jim Hart in the third t and held the Phillies hitless

Willie Davis singled in the inning and Orland Cepeda in the until two were out in the fifth.
sixth. That's when Thomas doubled
I' first Inning and Tommy Davis I

.i followed with his ninth homer \ The Phillies scored all'of. their. ,I Allen, who had walked. ..

(. c for',a 24 lead. Parker hit his ..... ::q runs in two bursts. They.jumpedon Duffalo walked West Coving-

't second homer.of the year, a solo starter Bob Bolin in the first ton intentionally and hit Tony

r 'shot, in the fourth. Both circuits inning, erupting for four runs. Taylor with a pitch, loading. the

ri i t, came off loser Ron Locke. before he could retire. batter. I bases. Triandos then connected

) Maury,,Wills .singled in the <. w Actually the Phillies had I into the upper left field stands

,",1' third stole second and third. and :;0" %z' expected left-bander Bob Hendley for his eighth homer. The grand

raced home on catcher- Jesse to start since he was an- slam was the seventh- of Ti1 n-

/ Gender's wild throw.:: Jeff Tor- nounced to the crowd as the dos' career. ?

borg tripled, following Parker's: $ as, F.p starting pitcher. But Dark ap- The Giants scored their first

homer*-and scored on-a squeeze a r w a d run in the first when Matty Alou

i t bunt by Ortega. singled, went to second on"a

l I Parker's sixth inning single, PEPITONEHIT passed ball and came home -on. -

the first of'two balks by Met Hart's single.

reliever Gary Kroll and at pinch They loaded the bases with

1 hit single by John Roseboro :.'./.;M'' ,, s PACES two out in the eighth, but Bun-
I produced the Dodgers' sixth E r 5' 'SE ning retired Tom Haller on a"

i run. .. :-' #J ckk, '?txe' YANK WINKANSAS fly ball. .: ',.

f Gender's' bases-loaded single i : !; ,"""
1 hi the fourth drove in the Met I I1'UI1 55 'i SAN FRANCISCO Night Game PHILADELPHIA. .
.55 ) abrhM abrlrMM.

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Pepitone's three-run homer in Alou cf 51 20 Rolas cf 1 010
Lanier 2b 5020 Gonzalez cf 4. 10
r i Night' NEW < R yY the fourth inning snapped a 6-6 McCovey If 4000 Callison rf 4 1.I'V. .
LOS ANGELES. YORK I Hart 3b 4122 Allen 3b 2 2 %\
abrhM rtrfcW tie and carried the New York Cepeda lb 3111 Thomas lb 4223
Wily M 5120 Klaus: 2b 4000 i Yankees Snider rf 3010 Johnson If 10 tU>,
T'cewskl 3b 3101 Elliot cf 2000W. to a 9-7 triumph over Haller c 3000 Cvlngfn ph 0 1 0.0
Davis cf 4" 1 .Kranepl 1. 4000' p&S av4 ; Kansas City Saturday night.. Pagan ss 4010 H'rrnst'n If 1000 ,.
T. Davis M 31 1 2 Of tophT rf 31 1 0 % Bolin p 0000 Taylor 2b 3100
I Howard rf 4000 Attman If 4110 y'b Pepitone's 21st homer came Miller ph 1000 Trlandos e 4114,
1b 4000 Graham 30 4010 4010
Fairly Duffalo p 1000 Amaro ss
Parker UHf 4221 Gender e 2 .22 off reliever Ken Sanders after Peterson ph 1 0 0 0 Bunning. p 4 0 0 r.
Oliver 21t. 310 0 Kanehl pr. 0000Torbora Cardinal ph 1000
Roger singled and Mick-
,e 1 01 0 Kroll p 1000Roeboro Totals 15 3 'I Totals 32 f 0 t'
e 2 1001 1 McMillan Smith, ph u 2 1000 010 ey Mantle walked with two out. San Francisco .... ...,..101001100-3,
Ortega P .. ...... .
"I Lock 1000 Just Philadelphia n. 4M050MfxE
P-ran'skl. p 2 010 p : moments before in the
Taylor ph-e 2000 .. .. ". : '." LOBS
: -Haller. Philadelphia 1.
Totals il, I Total 31212 : ; third inning, the Athletics had San Francisco 9, Philadelphia 4.
Us Aogeles. 201 Ml --.. .. ,. .: r" .. 28 Rolas. Thomas.. Amaro. 3ft Allen.
rallied for five the
11 \ New York ......:... 000200000-2 : ; < runs, tying HR-Thomas (10), Triandos (S), Hart..
E"'TrlcewskL' Gonder.-OP-Los Angeles ;'.. ,: ; .: game. .Kansas City was aide (26)). Cepeda (26).
2. LOB-Los 'Ang.Ies'4. New York S. ":_'......... ,.., >' ., '* IF H It ER"'Sd'
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Da- "'';:' .I., : s five walks two starter Al
JS;-Altman. 3B-To/.HR-T.- by by Bolin U 5-7 .' 1 444Duffalo o-'Sr
vis W), Rose-. 1 : and three reliever, ..'....... 5 455 4"?
boro. S-Ortoga.. P. Downing by Pregenzer. 2 000 o -tlr
IP "It EIt..SO 'ro ; Stan Williams. Bunning\ ,' Wi4' f.'> 9 3 3 3 "7'
I Ortega .'> 4 2 2 2 .HBP-By Duffalo (Taylor), by Bunning
f ., W. 5-441 0 I 1 2 .. ..wli- .,..... a. t. t'f' ;After Williams walked Nelson' (Cepeda). PB-Triandos. T-2:41. A-.
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Locke. U '.2 I nAIL
t WakefJeld ......1,1 J 0 0 0 0 'r'i; I'C '"' ''"'>" Mathews forcing in the fourth
Kroll.Ortega 5 In 4th 1 Inning.Purkey's 1 1. 5 \ : :: ;:./ run of the inning Ralph Terry

HBP-By Ortega (McMIIII"). WP- ;S S S came on. Dick Green hit a Banks Blast::
Kroll .Balk-roll 2. T-2Ss.: A-30,35D. .
: sacrifice fly knocking in Doc

\( Edwards with the tying run, but Carries Cubs-
; i Terry retired pinch hitter Man-

.I ny Jimenez for the final out.

John (Blue Moon) Odum a By.Cards 8-5
Pitching $75,000 bonus pitcher signed out

of high school in June made his ST. LOUIS (AP) Ernie

4 y/ major league debut for theAthletics Banks ignited _an eightrunsecond
Paves Way k ..P, 42'"L but the. .Yankees inning With a homer ana'

nattered mm mercilessly in we later doubled across two runS i in

CINCINNATI (AP) Home t. first,two innings. the uprising, leading Chicago Ja.

runs by'Vada Pinsonand John The 19-year-old Odum gave up an 8-5 triumph over St. Louis art
Edwards in the fifth Inning leadoff,single'to Tony Kubekin Larry Jackson posted his 18th

I powered Cincinnati' to 'a 5-1 the first and walked Bobby, victory.

triumph over Milwaukee Satur- Richardson before Mickey Jackson however needed,

day:night.behind Bob Purkey's Mantle slammed his 30th hom- relief help from Lindy McDanTel
i at Will 600By
three-hit pitching. Varsity Romps when the Cardinals erupted for

( The only hits off Purkey, 9-8. er.Then in the second inning, four runs in the eighth inning

I were singles by :Gary Kolb in New York scored three more Only Sandy Koufaz with 19, has"

the second inning and Felipe runs on run-producing singlesby won more in the majors
Aloii and Rico Cart/ ,in the .. HALBERSTEIN defensive secondary did not kicks 30 to 45. yards ate up erdale picked off B-team signalc Richbourg, Brown and end Chip Downing and Maris and this Jackson has lost.10.

sixth ,Son Sports Editor come up to expectations.The big chunks on sweeps 'and a 1 ler Wayne McDaniel'spass Hoye of Jacksonville spilled Odum's wild pitch. Jose Santi- times. -

I Alou's belt drove in the head Gator coach said he smashes and .appears to, be and ran back 25 yards to McDaniel again. ago replaced Odum at the Banks' leadoff homer his

Braves run.Pinson The Gators ran up and down was certain therewould be,personnel ready to live up to the prom- score. Spurrier ran five in the Then, in rapid-fire order Allen beginning of the third inning. ,
19th the
led off the fifth with, Florida Field almost at will changes next week after ise he showed as a freshman. second period fora TD and Trammell of Eufaula, Ala., ran score. Then

his 19th homer. One out later yesterday, en route to a 60-0 full- the film study. Last year' injuries slowed Har- threw an 18-yard pass to 'full- back a punt 21 yards to the 19- NEW YORK Night" Game KANSAS CITY two out, Chicago put together iki'and a
Deron Johnson singled, bringing per as a sophomore. back Graham McKeel of Lake- yard line. Four plays later Du- abrhk abrfcbi string of five singles two w

on Billy Hoeft for starter Bob scale. football scrimmage, victory Harper Sparkles land for another to make it 28- pree vaulted over the line to Rktfd'n Kubek U 2b 4120 5110 Causey Ca'panTis u 113221 5122 Banks' double for sexed,
Sadowski. Hoeft struck out Mel over a combined B squad To the fans, halfback Jack Vet e ran quarterback Tom 0 at halftime. score. Marts rf 5221 Colavlto rf 4110 more runs off Cardinal starter
and freshman team. Shannon of Miami guided four Mantle If 3223 HarMson lb 4000
Queen, but' Edwards slammed I Harper was the day's standout The next score came when Lopez H 0000 Sdwards c 4212 Mike Cuellar and reliever- Bob

his sixth homer into the right I They don't count those kindof The Lakeland junior ran tre- touchdowns Shannon and Spurrier shaken a third Only a safety came in the John Feiber, former Gaines- Tresh Pepitone cf lb 3000 5113 Charles Bryan ph 3b 4020 1000 Humphrey. ......

field bleachers. 'victories in the record books mendously hard and sparkled on pair. a s up period asendEarry ville High ace bored Howard c 411 Mathews cf 2.,1 Banks drove In three runs in
early in the'second half and sat Brown and tackle Sydney' Mac- straight, Boyer 2b 4020 Green 2b 3 010
The Reds scored their first though, and:Coach Ray Graves sweeps, power smashes punt ahead showing his old form Downing p 2111 Odom 0 0000 the inning and singles by Jim
most of It. But he backto Lean tossed
out came to McDaniel in the
Tarry p 2 0 0 Santiago p 0101Jimenez
two runs with the help of Milwaukee was more pleased by: the fact and kickoff returns and pass lead three of the, last four end-zone a and smashed 10 yards to tally. ph 1101 Stewart, Billy Williams ad I : _
patterns.He pass attemptGoing Tartabull ph 0 0 0 0 Cowan accounted for the
errors. Frank*Robinson the UF's new two-platoon sub- Dupree skirted end on a pitch GentIle ph 10I0 Billy

singled In. the first, inning, stitution patterns worked well. scored on a 18-yard tallies in the final period. into the,final period'30-( out from Shannon for'two yardsto Totals 37 f 11 0 Totals M.1.9.1 rest. Williams and Cowan each
CeUvHo. DP
E New York 1.
moved to third as Denis Menke screen pass to start the day's After Har per's early ,,0,, the Gators added, that many get the next TD. Trammell Kansas City 1. LOB New York *, knocked In two runs.
Southeastern Conference of-
Johnson's grounderand then off Cansas Lou Brock's bases-loaded
fumbled picked aerial
and Howard.
ficials'worked the game. The point-making, ran back several score Dick Kirk of Fort Laud- more points in a hurry. Bill an 2B Campanerfs. 3B Cam-
.came across on Queen'ssing1e ran hack 48 yards to close out panerls. HR Mantle (30). Edwards single and Cowan's error on iliaplay
/ UF coaches' ran in 11 men vir- (5), Pepitone (21). SF Green.
the. day's point parade.Night IP H R ER a. SO accounted for three runs in
Vada.Pinson started.the third' tually every time ,when needed Drills Downing 2 1, 5 5 2 .1 the eighth. Brock then scored a j
Williams 1-3 1 1
with, .a single, stole second, and wild-carded two at other 14-Year-OId Girl YoungestTo Graves said the Gators will Terry W 4-11 5 S 1 1 2 1 Bill White grounded out. "
times. There no' Remit 12-30 0 0 0 2
were slip-ups.
third Joe drill twice
advanced to on
tomorrow cut to one- Odom 2 4 4 2 1 CHICAGO ST. LOUIS ,.. .
Torre's miscue and scored as Kicking Impresses a-day Tuesday when, claggg: Sanders Santiago, L..2 3 1 7 .3 .3 1 1 alt,II ... all r IIJIl
Johnson singled. start. Graves said Drabowsky 2 1 t 0 Stewart till Flood ef 413JL
he plans 1Bowsfield 0
2. 1 0
Rodgers Brock If
ss 5222
NlfM. ...... Graves'said I he;was impressedby Swim English Channel ,one or, two night drills', this Downing, faced 4 1 men in 3rd.1 0 Williams Burton rf If 5 3100 1 2 2 Boyer White 3b lb 5011 5000iotro
.MILWAUKEEre.. CINCINNATI the kicking game. Starke's 'week. WP Odum. PB Edwards. TWM Santo 3b 4100 Groat ss 3171.
Carty ''If 4010 Ruiz lb 4000wive Hal kicked three times I 2:59. A-IU59. Banks lb 4222 MaxvHI ss
""cf 40" OPImoncf 42X1Mathews.3 Seymour Cowan cf 4012 Skinner pIt 1. 0 0
lOOOHoblnson H 4110 and zoomed the ball 4a\ badSnap' Schaffer c 4000 McCarver c 4 01 ff
SACRAMENTO Calif. (AP) since she was six. Coached 'byPaul taught her how when she
TaTrtlb4000Johnson ..1 4121 was Campbell 2b 41 2 0 Javier 2b 4 010
Bailey e. SBOOQwoen rf 4011Koibrl from center on this one), 60 La Nell Modell says' her 14- Herron. of the Sacramento five. ( 7 Jackson p 4120 Shannon rf 4 ,-....-

Menki SS aOOOCardenas 3010Edwardse*S4010 4122 awl 67 yards from the line of year-old daughter wanted to YMCA she's been training Her first taste of Cuellar Rfch'd'tM p p 00-0-0-210 0
VYoodWd .2b 1 0 0 BonIa 3U 2000DeUaHoT scrimmage. Soph quarterback Sptezto ph 1 ',1.0.
Cb 2100Pwkey p 2 I IsldDWSkl. make a name for herself to especially for the 22-mile chan- five,years,tater wher>she Warwick ph' 110 0
p 1 0 Steve Spurrier of Johnson City, further her swimming career. nel swim for two Totals 35 011 Totals $5113.
Alou 11ft 1011Oltver Tenn. 'kicked out an the nine years. joined the swim team Herron M Chicago .. .. ..... ......... OM M.-.4...
IIh 1010T00111 Leonore Modell did ,just that Eighth GraderAs coaches at the YMCA. it. Louis .............. 1MOM ...-,
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one at goal for 15* theroungest Chicago ,., ., 13
......:.._.. HI 030E I. [ hours to become a teen-age swimming'' phenomenon picked Leonore for his .? ? .601JlB.1t1mOrl \ Philadelphia ..02 52 .412 LOB Chicago 5t St. Louis t. '
-Torre Menke. Cardenas eaos.Purkry. nudged into the end'z ne.Place. person ever to swim cutting through the length special"stressing" I New York .. ..??..11. 71 54 K 3 Vi Cincinnati ?...74 59 DP Milwaukee 1* CkcIw.l,3.LOSMIWauteS kicker Jimmy.HaIl Pensacolawas the English Channel of the cold mountain water of program "not! Detroit ........73 .52i 104 St. Louis .......,.74 T .itt Vfl (.N. ) SB WhHe.If* "It ERBBSO-
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3. eight for eight because she'was a particularly Angeles .71 MM WI 13 ,.?..4 AS lackson W, 10-10 .' 11 5 I 2*>-*-
HR-PiMoft (19). EdWardS (4) U.. perfect The young swimmer, a junior Lake Tahoe a 25-mile distance, Minnesota .__ H J04 UV4 Pittsburgh .... .SIS U McDaniel .. .. ..1 BOCuellar I" 0"'
,. S-P '" good swimmer, bat becau she!Cleveland. ..,.. Milwaukee 40 47 J04( 1P4 1 -
Pinson 47 h ...
1CoI .
took ,
Graves said "He a -
'h'N *RBB0 away high school student in Sacramento in a record 14 hours, 34 minutes. t Boston .... 41 77 15 Los Angeles .,.. 44 41 .43 14 L. s-s .12.3' 7 7 31
SadowskL) U 110 4M '3 3 1 ,* couple of'my-gray hairs.-Those had ,the right mental attitude, WWtMgtoi .?.. S3 05 U42 22 Chicago ....... 42 73 JK 2M Humphreys :;::: 34 3 1 l' !?,'
stands 5 feet 5 inches'and Before Leonore's' feat few 'bad .354 30 ., Richardson 42-3 1 BScholti 0. 1
..,....... N 1 Kansas _... Houston 7t Jta i\1 tryJadcsaffacts
Hoeft- 1 1 J ] and .because her folks, City SO 07 J s azV ., .. ...2 1 9' .
..........1 mused'c extra pomts,, can cost weighs 135 were New York: ? 44 M .33137
Olive >. I I pounds. ever' attempted to swim the x layod fUgW gam* 3 men In tfn. r .
Spehft' ..... 1 1Purkey. behind me 100 percent"Mr.'Modell YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS T 2tS. A1L1U.'I.
W 7" : t, ,J I 0 1. 1 Y l'" Her mother says Leonore length of the 6,080-foot-bigh. Detroit '4 Washington g" Pittsburgh 4 Houston 1
T- :.t os.. A-: '., '' wants to teach physical edac* lake. says "we feel this Chicago S, Cleveland 2 Chicago 0. St. Louis 5 Reds Hurt LA:
The :ikkfeff; department was Minnesota 1ft, Boston 4 Los 4., New
puts her in the class with Angeles York: 2PnuadslpIll.
'-J ila.s : .1 not 'as'sharp;:although both Bob tion ,or perhaps go feto. social "rd like' to break records ; : some New York !. Kansas Oty 7 9, San Francisco 1 CINCINNATI APThe-de. I
great swimmers like Fbreace Batttraort at Los Angeles, night Cincinnati 5. Milwaukee 1 -
Twyman Signser Lyle and'John Preston improvedes'the' work. different countries, around the. T..,... 60tad ... fending champion Los Angeles:
,I went 1 "She's a, creative girl and world,. I, guess," she said last Chadwick and Gretta Anderson. B&tktbre.Papa at Los Aftoe1ts Todays Gomes Dodgers wished they !
game on. GMewOIId 33.. Los Angeles Reed 1-3 at
aJsIht New York
CINCINNATi (AP) Jack makes all of her.own' clothes. year after breaking the Tahoe New York Sheldon 3-Vtt? Kansas CnY Jackson 9-11 have to play the Cincinnati
Twyman became 10-year man 'Graves:'said he would ,needto says Mrs. Modell, "Leonore mark. Her mother adds that.Leonore Segtrf 0-ti Sam Frandsca MIr khat 1(4 at PhOdelpnla. Reds this season. ::;
Boston Montouquettt Short
In the National 'BasketballAssociation' study f films to determine individual :doesn't have too many hobbies. Born and raised in Sacramento -acted ''just like 'a woman, after. Arrlgo 4-4 or Perry: 5-2 at'.Minnesota" -. Milwaukee Lemaster 15-7 1H9 at Oncbvnatt. During the National Lea mar .

when '. he signed :: efforts He did note, Swimming takes up most of.her Leonore says she's loved completing her historic swim. Detroit Kreutzer Regan 5-4",,54 at Washington Chicago. Maloney Brogllo 7.11 12-f-at St. Louis first half of the season the

Saturday for the 196445 season. though, that Coverall? iefensre time." swimming ever since. her father "She wanted to goon' a' ahop- Cleveland Donovan :7-7 .and Krallck 19-J I Sodeckl 17Houston Reds won 10 of u meetings. a
with"the Cincinnati Royals.] : -, effort waa:fine but that the LeoBore has been in training George. 42, a carpenter, phtg binge in London" at 1..2.Chicago. Peters 17 and Buihartft W Law ,. .Nottetort 4it Pittsburgh/ with the world champs. -
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02', Gainesville Sun Sunday" September, 6, 1964 .:i ..,


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,, Watch That: Noise" Fans; It :Could Be Costly to :lJ.FJ''

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,,\ One of this ,scribe's proudest moments as a Gator foot- 4. This procedure with the 5-yard penalty is repeated until the fans don't help their own team when they make so

ball follower came in 1960 ,when the UF played LSU at the noise is"at a normal level, as decided by ,the,referee. much noise on a goal-line play that the quarterback can't
Baton Rouge and won, 1310. 5.: ;Should. the' referee not agree with the qUarterback'when call a signaL And if the fans of the opposing team do it

he makes an.'inquiring look, thus ruling the signals can to distract the opponent, quick with the penalty.Basketball .
;. .Fans should recall the incident vividly. Remember the jfoe l be 'properly heard. the' quarterback is required to put the

, 1 play} when LSU tossed a flat flare pass but threw. it at ball ,in play within 25 seconds. In Too,
ah angle that turned it into a lateral? :1'
6. Should the quarterback move away from center' without

The ball just lay there unmolested as the two teams*turned authority, that ,is,' the referee's, whistle denoting agree- The same situation crops up in basketball with the!business
back to the line of scrimmage for the next play. The off! ment, the referee will'ignore the action and still requirethe of shooting free throws. Rare is the eager who Is flustered

cials left the ball alone. Finally, UF safetyman Don Ring- ball be in,'play within 25 seconds. The penalty for by the noise when he makes ready to shoot a foul shot

gold raced from far away to fall on the ball. The Gators of your team, aware of the fact that noise, produced in such failure to initiate a play on time is also 5 yards, againstthe ,But when the gym is deadly silent,,,that's when the pressure
He welcomes noise at
creeps up on the player. ; quavers
had recovered a fumble and had a first down around of the will offensive team.
volume to interfere with the game
as progress
silence. Yet basketball fans persist in raising the roof every
The Commissioner would like to
LSU's'25.When noise level situa you carry the above
be The referee will judge -
penalized. any in before the first time when there's a vital foul shot to be attempted.I'm .
procedure publication football
Lion which and is authorized to inflict,the penalty. your game
: occur,
the officials ruled the play legal for the Gators, may for "noise situa scheduled for your campus, ,and at any time thereafter you for any type of rule that puts the ball game directlyin
Outlined here is the, official procedure a
the always-noisy LSU partisans erupted with boos. When may feel it 'appropriate. You will earn the gratitude of the the hands of the participants. Spectators' pay to SEEa
the UF lined up to start the next play, it was sheer diD tion. the noise officers of the conference, the athletic directors and the contest The ticket doesn't give license to interfere with
1. When' the. offensive quarterback feels prevents
Quarterback Bobby Dodd refused to call signals until the he will hold his coaches by this cooperation,. and. also perform a highly normal conduct of the game. Any UF fan so frustrated that
I reception of his signals by his teammates
crowd abated. There was. a delay of at least five minutes. commendable service for your school and your team. he has to "hit out" with unsportsmanlike conduct should go
at center and look toward the referee. If the
Finally, the roar slackened_ and the Gators played. position Thank you, and best wishes for a fine sports year. down to the Gator locker room, ask for an old uniform shoulder
referee agrees, he stops the clock.First .
; That's when LSU should have been socked with a five- Sincerely, pads, etc., and take: a few whacks at the tackling
The Elmore Hudgins, Director dummy. Ten ,minutes of that in a blazing sun should remove -
yard penalty, one at least, and as many more as necessary Request,
until the fans shut up and let the teams play balLAn Public Information Department"This all anxiety, doubts, fears weld together split person.

2. The referee then approaches the defensive captain and in- is a tremendous step in the direction of rebuilding alities and leave a feeling of normalcy.This .

Unfair Advantage structs him ,to request quiet, which he does by moving toward sportsmanship where it is often needed among spectators. prescription is straight from the occupant o! this

the noise area and raising both arms,. If necessary, 'It is to be hoped the SEC officials will make the new space. The psychiatrists at the Medical Center may not ex-

The noise factor at LSU has been debated for years now. the offensive captain will make the. same request on the procedure immediately effective by not wasting time with actly approve of the methods but.I'm sure they would agree

Every team that plays at LSU feels it's an unfair advantage, opposite side of the field. the fine line of demarcation as to what constitutes too much with the end results.

especially when a threat is mounted near the LSU goal. e. Captains return to ,positions and referee gives "ready" noise. The first time a situation occurs of such nature, a After all, everybody's: football fan these days In these
signal. If the offensive quarterback still feels that the fast five-yard infraction should shot up the hooters. It's'a parts, even pyschiatrists.
j Finally, the Southeastern Conference has decided to take noise interferes, with ,his signals, he again holds his posi- selfish football fan who would persist and cost his favor-, In fact,. a Gator football fan is about the only nut the
action. Not against LSU, mind yon, but against the entire tion and looks toward the referee. 'If the referee agrees, ite team valuable yardage in what may be a pivotal sit, head-shrinkers consider normal.

problem. Here's a letter that came yesterday from the of- he 'again stops the clock and steps off a 5-yard penalty nation in a key ball game. OK,, doctor. I'll go quietly.
fices of Bernie Moore SEC commissioner. should .e
Gator fans
Good honest is
against the proper team. cheering always to be commended. But
read it well. It applies to Florida Field and UF home

games in the Gator Bowl as well as Baton Rouge.
i The letter was written by Elmore (Scoop) Hudgins, director -
of public information for the SEC.

i 4: It reads: North Marion WorkingOn

:; "Sports Editors of Campus Newspapers and. .
:;I SEC Area Daily Newspapers '
xoa J ;
\ Gentlemen. : Perfecting DefenseII' 3 r

,i.;, NOISE, particularly noise created 'in an unsportsmanlike
gesture, is a serious problem today at many intercollegiate : \
:' football games. By,DON DAVIS minds toward defense," he i A new brave has joined the

Sun Football Assistant said. "We're trying different Chiefland Indians' tribe. wY:.s x r T ., v r..,, ...NJs
4 The Southeastern Conference Is approaching the problem North Marion's championColts players in different positions." Newcomer Robert Watson, a y

I' via a method unanimously approved by the head football have begun concentrationon halfback, won praise from
Next week will find the
coaches and athletic directors.The defensive action, Coach Stan Coach Doyle McCall after three
continuing the defense "action.
Commissioner requests that you do your utmost to Toole said yesterday. "The players look a little bit days' practice. Said M cC,a 11,

make the fans in your area, and specificaly the supporters "We've j jjust ,turned ourSmith's better every day," he added. "he' hits pretty good." 4, '
I Friday's practice found the
Friday's practice was "very Indians hard at work perfecting

0 good," Toole said. extra point and punting tech

i Desire Pleases Standouts of the session niques.: Beginning next week

were Colts' regulars Don Smithat the team will concentrate 0 nits

end, Bob Gibson, tackle, kicking game .and offensive-
Sharks9 and Roger Wood, tackle. defensive passing maneuvers, ,
Ai Coach Brummitt ; McCall added.Six '
Throwing Well Out ," r V A tY'

Terry j Bolinger and Corky, Lack of personnel six boysare ,'
By DON DAVIS A tentative scrimmage is Next week the Eagles will be ]Pruitt "have been throwing' the out with minor injuries '- '

"He's got desire, and that's scheduled for sometime the latter -I concentrating on- all points of 1 ball good lately;" Toole con- have kept the Indians.from doing -

what we were wonderingabout part of next week, the Mus- the game, he added. C eluded. in depth work ,on offensive -

," Ron Brummitt, Cedar tank Coach added. Winning special praise from Harry Holder sparkled 1 n : action.

Key Sharks' coach, said yester Herring,noted that's the Eagle Coach was fullback j the Newberry Panthers' scrim "We'll cover a lot of every-

day.He backfield play "is looking better Dale Davis, who "is coming mage] game last week, Coach thing this next week.," McCall

was talking about Miles ," and the all-around offense along stronger than most any ,Archie Bankston said. said. Newcomers Loop ChampsTeam
Smith, a newcomer to the Indian standouts this week
He's faster than of : ,
is "shapping up pretty good"John one. any Holder, in the fullback, post .
Sharks' football
team. Smith, were Wendell Corbin, Ted Key,
r Brummitt revealed, has almost Allen, Jim Ford and other reserves. tion, scored a touchdown for 'and Randy Williams Williams. No. 10 won the summer bowling title in the Newcomers Coffee League -

sewed up the tailback' slot on Troy McGuire have been sparkling Scott Fry, a teacher at Haw the Panthers' blue team and Williams, Me'a 11 remark: ed, ." From left are Dorothy Watts, Mary, Lee Banes, captain; Sue Benesh and

the Sharks team. during offensive'practice thorne, began his first day as :made a safety point winning "has ,really 'been playing some Caroline Copeland. (Sun 'photo). .
assistant coach to the Hornets tackle in the'white team ,end
sessions, he added. week."
"He's a good pass defenderand good ball this past
Coach Bill Collins last Friday. :
a fast runner." I think he's '
Pass Reception "I think he's going to be a zone.With no injuries in practiceso IN SCRIMMAGE :>, \ : 'i
"Troy and John are 'doing "
great help, Collins said, thanking far, Bankston said feelingsand
good on blocking and pass reception '
Riverland ," he said. "Jim is a Injuries cropped up to bother team spirit are very high.

Roundup good all-around offensive man." the Hornets last week he said. Lot of Work GHS Offense Sparkles j

Practice for the Bronson Eagles Roger Glass has been sidelined "But the team stills reeds a

will be canceled Monday, with a facial infection, and Lar- lot of work," 'he added. -

our\ man," Brummitt added. Coach ,John Rutledge an- ry Reeves injured his elbow Panther quarterback James Gainesville High School snap- Gibson whom he termed most The Wave coach said quarterback --

Smith was one of the school's ounced. The primary reason, Wednesday. Reeves holds the Harmon drew praise for. his ped through an overall good improved back on the t e am. Mae Johnson, recovering e
better basketball players beforehe he said, is to give the injury- first team end position, while "fine" play in the scrimmage scrimmage Friday night at' "He's kicking off into the end from :a foot injury, did his

decided to try the gridiron. plagued team a little extra timeto Glass is slated to be first team game: Harris Field, excepting some zone consistently," Nib 1 a ck first scrimmaging and held
recover from illinesses and quarterback. mental and mechanical mistakes said. "Well probably use him up
May Be' Back injuries. Friday's practice was cut "We're defense quite" proud of our Coach Jim, Niblack said on,extra points, too." well. "I think he'll come along

:Brummitt voiced hopes that Two more boys were side- short by rain during the team's pass Coach John ,Rowe Trenton said.Tigers'"The yesterday.The I The GHS mentor said Shep- fast now," Gutierrez said.

Ronnie Brown, sidelined by Injury lined during the Eagles' Friday first scrimmage session, Collins bulk of the boys in the back- offense sparkled with pard is the most improved line Fullback Tom 'Hansen and

j will be back Monday for !practice session, Rutledge re- lamented. He added that the field have been there three fallback Eugene Branch, quarterback man and doing exceptionally halfback Steve Tuttle both ran

light duty. However, the coach ported. Regulars Glen Holmes, Hornets "need an awful lot of years and they seem to know ,Jack Eckdahl and halfback -' fine work at his position. well while lineman V. G. Hods-

said it will probably be another out with an ear infection, and work on timing." what to do." Al Giffen doing'well Friday afternoon's heavy don, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Danny

\? ek before Brown will see fuldress Larry Lee, hampered by chest In an effort to better timing,, i Rowe added that the Tigers On the line, guard B' i 11 Y rain caught P. K. Yonge mid- Dennison and Covey Johnstonwere t
action. back Collins said next week wouldbe moved from backfield its standouts.At .
congestion, are expected will be concerned with a 11 Zetrouer, a way through scrimmage.Coach .
With only seven players available sometime next week.. devoted to "trying to get phases of the game in n ext post; tackle Kenny Mack, Mike Gutierrez said the Starke, Coach ,David I

for regular drills, Brum "I can't,find too much to cry offense in shape." week's practice sessions. Mon- tackle Ron Shaburn, end Kent players welcomed the coolness."I Hurse termed Friday's scrim. ..few nfl 11-51 rrtptct w* for

mitt said practice sessions next about except injuries and sickness Andrew Blackwell, offensive day will be spent with the Sheppard, halfback Jimmy don't know how much we mage a good one both on offense MBt BA CM C .s.mejDb..: GOVWUMKt opeuBis ferat DIe
will be limited to
week pass ," Rutledge said, "and you center, drew praise. from the Trenton line brushing up 0 n Culpepper and end Bob by accomplished," Gutierrez' said, and defense. pay ap to SS2M a yttt to tart pens
defense! and blocking action. "It those." Hornet Coach. Rountree all played well. (rtatar early teal print mptoy-
expect "but overall I satis
and the
blocking assignments was pretty Pausing Clicks
will be a light week as far as lest,Mtf CBtfta: O rtttut7 tat dvaacMtant. -
backfield tim- Niblack singled out Mike i fied." .
contact is concerend," the concentrating I IVersalles' "Our pass defense clicked again," Hurse said. "Our ends T.gutes af few jobs,tee mt pit
Shark Coach said.
I tat Jacob Sarvkt kelps theuundi
:Melrose's Mustangs had an Darlington 500 Punt Returns are doing a fine job of catchingthe StINtS for thaw tacts awy yttr. it itM
19th Homer ball. In other years our *f .. Matt Mtf Urgatt BflvitafyavMd
workout in
easy Friday, "We'll also timeon
spend some .
backs had to catch 'em, our KfcMU W t is kM ud illICIt COlI'
but) expect to don pads again punt returns and ,punt for tend..Ida t6lGoterlmsmt.
for;; Monday's ,practice, Coach mations and be back to funda- ends were all thumbs.
Leads Twins Bosox Far FlEE fcttaaatt rr Cwicmmt
by Elder fullback
Slated Tomorrow Dwight ran a4 jj et
Carl Herring said yesterday. mentals around Wednesday I jaM taUon opo< a4
well, Hurse said. Another work. MtTOOATIUHCOUI
; Defensive End the Tiger Coach forecast. !
MINNEAPOUS-ST. PAUL Jim Katt who doubled In two out I s planned tomorrow
The last couple ,of days the
: driver starts the Rowe stated he was quite (AP) Zoilo VersaHes cappedan runs in the third, recorded his morning.
AP Plymouth on
Mustangs have been concentrat- DARLINGTON, S.C. ( ) ,
of SZJnnCC UC. DapC
ijig on the defensive end Weather they'llstart pole after posting a record- proud Friday's practice ses eight-run Minnesota third 16th victory against seven losses Lincoln coach Jesse H e and 811........,.*...IBhaaiPtMta
tion. "We were weak there pos a; permitting, setting 136.815 miles per hour in sion. Tuesday night the Tigers inning by smacking a three-run although he departed in the plans an all ., day session tomorrow Mid M lIE!M af IX taw..- I
stockcar will have their controlled .IanRRieN NO
500 first seatiss
the 15th Southern Ind lit
and the outburst carried Felix
seventh after Mantilla
couple of times last year," Herring a four-lap qualifying run. ,homer, inning for his ,Fighting Ter. dlhlt. N II.IIrrJ, ,
recalled. classic at 11 aju EST As chief challengers, most game scrimmage this season. the Twins to a 10.4 triumph over doubled and came borne on riers. He, will have a full-scale sr-.

: Monday and it very well couldbe observers point to Dave Pear- Coming in,for special com- Boston Saturday. a single by Al Smith. Jim Perry, scrimmage. ,.".. -

the biggest traffic jam in son, a Dodge driver who will mendation by Rowe were tackle Versalles, who broke his own finished up for the Twins. I I Heard is seeking a fullback ayJttL

:Horseshoe racing history. start beside Petty Fred Lren- Wayne Fowler and halfback club record for homers by a Jimmie Hall hit his 21st homer and more line and backfield

Richard zen, who starts third In his! Daniel Slaughter. "Both have :shortstop with his 19th clout, in the second inning for depth. *r.
Lanky is favored "
Petty -
Ford; and Paul Goldsmith, been looking very good, Rowe had struck out leading off the Minnesota's first run. Boston -
Event to win it but he is 1 noted. '
: Slated goingto
another tied
Plymouth driver. inning. with a run on Dick Stuart'ssingle
be pushed by a fast pack. Among others who qualifiedat Injuries to Williston's Red 'fbe Twins paraded 11 men to in", the I top of the third END OF- SEASONCLEARANCE

I ORLANDO The 1964 state Petty, the Randleman, N. C. 135 m.p.h. or better were Devil lineup have made a dif the plate to'score the eight runs before Minnesota exploded.

horseshoe: pitching tournsmenwill Pettv's Plymouth teammate. ference in team practice sessions on only five hits but they also' Eddie Bressoud hit his 15th

be at Sunshine Park on Jim Paschal; Buck Baker, the Coach Sammy Miller ob aenefitted.from three walks and homer in the sixth for Boston.

Oct. 30. 31, it was announced ,Keg Meeting 45-year-old Dodge drive who served. Carl Yastrzemski's error.
has this'event twi "We tried to scrimmage a
Saturday. won ; Bobby NOW
:The event is. open only to Set ThursdayOrganizational Isaac[ G<,1dsm1th's'Plymouth little Friday night, and you BOSTON aarhM, MINNESOTA ell! r 1111I
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will be competition on both A meeting for son, another Ford driver; and players made a difference ," Yas'skl d 4110 Varukas M 5123 &f3

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membership cards must League will be at 9:30 am. sonville, Fla., Baker's driving Cntoirra rf 2. ..AJUKM II 0111 DISCOUNT
Win Praise Smith' rf HIJ Indies 1b 4111
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I Brother Doug and Bruce BrtsMud M 411 1 Battay c 311 *
;Deadline for qualifying is Oct Avis Leillch, president of the Most of the expected 80,000 Tillman C 011 I Zhn'man c 1011
Mitchell won praise from .the .... .r to'/ Iambs P 1 111 Kostra 29 21 1 1
spectators will be
17. This involves pitching loop, urges any woman inter- watching Devil Coach for their efforts in Si,'swkk p 1 kUndaa 2) lilt v.1t-." /.*!
100 shoes on player's horn e ested In bowling at this time to Petty and Lnrenzen, honing, fora William*.put, 1111 Mat p' 2 'I 2 Mew M tNifef artravauaf
renewal of the torrid duel the Friday night's scrimmage. Jones pit "Perry p 110Tatah at tew cattrtttaKaotarfcy,
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champion ,Minnesota 2. LOB Boston 11. MIll a' t k
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make up the A division Next ajn. each week. Bowling 'ends times 'during .the first 15C'miles mage were:halfback; Bo Griffith tatfev-Kaat., HK Schilling- Brcuctrf tli). 11aMall Jour scooter NOW... MARINE
at 11:30 a.m. 'which makes it and linebacker Robert Vtrvallca. Of. "-to. .
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,_ Sunday, September, 1964 Gafnesvitfe/Sun 3.. '
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toLions[ DefeatGiants : ._

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rlen PtchesSox : :

I' : 24-10 Pt2S i

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:i ;; In Exhibition :3i:1i: to'8-2 Win'

& : 4 : By;'JOE MOOSBIL, his 20th home run in the second Davalilb lost Tom McCraw's fly

{I .cjEjELAq; / ; .: CHICAGO AP-Joel Horlen inning. He singled'acrosS another -ball in the for : Al'
t (APThe) led by 300-pound Roger Brown. ( } sun a triple.
t .' DETROIT Lions defeated New Li ?h J 4. .; ; : pitched a six-hitter as the Chicago tally in a three-run seventh Weis followed with a run-scor; 1

I York's ,eastern Conference Milt Plum played the first trk White Sox-' moved I into t 'the inning. ing single, stole second, went to

champion Giants 24-10 Saturday half for Detroit at the signal- I'.r ; r ..UI ; American League lead with an The wind helped the White third on catcher Joe Azcue's.
I L "i..l. night in their final exhibition calling post and got the Lions 82.victory over Cleveland Sox in the fourth. With 'two out, wild throw and scored on a. '

!, game of the season. The game out in front with a 24-yard passto tt .dy.. :: i ? Saturday., Bill Skowron. singled It right, single by Floyd Robinson. j'

:t: was the first half of a doubleheader Gail Cogdill. Detroit's Tom ; ; t ,.. ': % The triumph boosted the and Ron Hansen doubled him to The Indians threatened in the

c ,r before more than 83,000 Watkins put the Lions, ahead to : White Sox .one-half game and third.. Stephens then nit a fly ninth inning, loading the bases'

F fans. stay with a two-yard touchdownrun A dr one percentage point ahead of baD that the_wind pulled cut of on, singles by Leon Wagner and '

::.j It was a loosely played game climaxing an 80-yard driveat the Baltimore Oriole,. who the grasp of right fielder Sal Max Alvis and an error with one.

t 11 t in which the rival coaches took the start of the second period, played ,a night .game at Los mon. It ,went for a double, out by W is., But Horkn fanned-

their long last look at some and after that substitutes played .. Angeles. knocking in both runners. pinch hitter Bob Chance and.
' most of the contest. ': % The Sox added two more in Francona for his ninth and 10th
( budding talent before .
J Horlen
settling llth
winnlng.bls game
;: J I down to the National .Footbal] Don Chandler booted a 45- ,..' against eIgbt'defeats,. extendedhis the' fifth when center fielder VieState's strikeouts, ending the game. :

,) League title chase ,beginning: yard place kick for New York in "scoreles string over the -X *.

next weekend. the second quarter. Detroit's Indians to 24 2-3 innings until "

, : Giant quarterback Y.A. Tittle Wayne Walker matched it from Cleveland struck for .two runs in Scribes ]:

f' played only a few minutes at the 16 and then big Jim Gibbons the eighth. ,

,I.1 l the start and steered the Newt took a 36-yard pass from Earl ):The only .hit off Horlen until

i. Yorkers 72 yards in 10 plays for Morrall to wind up the scoring. the eighth was a leadoff smgle : :

r their only touchdown a three- Morrall played the entire ,last Women Howling OfficersThese by pitcher Sonny Siebert in the See Rough Year :

i :f; yard toss to Aaron Thomas. half at quarterback.The third inning. Siebert, however,

six women will run the offices of the Gainesville Women's Bowling was erased Immediately. on a
IJ) Giant RookieA loss wound up a disappointing Association for 196465. Front row, f rom left are Irene Kirby, president double play.Tho' .
Wood the Giant rookie exhibition forth ;
Gary season '
A Mary Culbreath, sergeant-at-arms and Betty Olson Back Francona"singled .to left For Grid TeamsTAMPA
; secretary. row, left
from Cornell, went the rest of Giants, who lost the four of
I to right are Helen Sisler, Treasurer; Gerry Guenther publicity; and Val Re- field with two out in the eighth .
1 the at and the five ontests.Detroit's .
t way quarterback, I pre-season demsky, vice pr sident. (Sun photo). and moved to third. on Chico .
: jC viewed much of the proceedings victory was its third I "
Salmon's double
; Both came CAP) Florida sports writers see a rather grim
t from the seat of his pants as he :against one loss and a tie. home as Dick Howser singled to fall ahead for the state's collegiate football teams.

I 1 was spilled many times by the This normally optimistic crew based their forecast for
Cleveland met Green Bay in Tate Still left.Gene a-
1 \ ,j: charging Detroit forward wall the second half of the double- Moving Men Stephens drove in three stormy season on' the rough schedule faced by the Univer-*. .

u .. .., .',' ..,..A"f'' :. '' '''t't'. header. runs and Pete Ward two for sity of Florida, the rebuilding! job under way at MIami;"
i i., TMY .4: Chicago. the intersectional travels of Florida State, and the University .

; ;: Plum completed nine of 14 of Tampa's ambitious step toward big-time football. ;
Around Clutch Hits
passes for 133 yards and Mor In Drills The 23 writers taking part in the Tampa Tribune's preseason -
Ward, whose four clutch hits
raIl four of five for 64 but
i 1, poll conducted by sports editor Tom McEwen, came.
I the Sox to edge the
they tossed for 41 yardsin
were up with this composite expectation:
losses as the Giants broke By BEN FUNK ups set by now," the harried Adding to the pressure was Indians 6-5 in 10 innings Friday Florida, six victories and four defeats, Florida State six
five times. MIAMI CAP) It be Tate said after a week of player the night, started the scoring with
I through may knowledge.that Florida and four; Miami, five and five, and Tampa, four and six.
Wood, who completed eight of next. Saturday, just seven daysin shifting and experimentation."We State, a 24-0 winner over Miami CLEVELAND CHICAGO 4 The Gator schedule is recognized both as the toughest in-.

19 for 60 yards lost 45 yards. I advance of the first combat ought not to be moving last 'year had a week's Salmon f abrUiW 4110 McCraw If ab 5120 r h bi their history and the most demanding this season in the '

1p Don Chandler of the Giants with Florida State, before people around. head start in practice becauseof Howser ss 3012 Weis 2b 5221 Southeastern Conference. FSU's is slightly less overpower-
Whitfield Ib 4000 Rebl son rf 3 1 1 1
i came up with a mid-season Coach Charlie Tate. has found "But we'll have to make its trimester system."I WAgner II .0.1 Ward 3b 4122 ing, and Coach Bill Peterson has said this might be the
Alvls 3b 3014 Buford 0100
'punting performance. He averaged the men he wants to man Mi more shifts before we find i complained to the NCAA. Oavatillo cf 4 00 Skowron pr-3b Ib 4121 best team in his experience at Tallahassee. *

1 .:4 57.3 yards on three'kicks. ami's offensive and ,defensive our best 22 men." about, that," Tate said, "and L Azcuc Held 2b c 2000 2000 Hansen H'hb'g'r IS rf 4120 0000 Miami has ,a new coach in Charlie Tate and a team with-

The Giants had the edge in first units. Late in the week, Tate was: they promised to take it up at -Fuller ph pit 1000 1000 Martin Stephens C cf 3000 4 0 1 3Ch.nee out George Mira. Six players were lost for scholastic reasons -

downs 18 to 17, but picked up In his first season as' the Hurricane -putting his squad through controlled the next meeting. That's after Siebert p 1010 Horlen p 4000Franeona rTatals further reducing the Hurricanes' prospects. Tampa -

; four on penalties. coach, Tate was hard offensive 'and defensive the end of the football sea-. rf 3224 3 1 1 2 0 Totals M 112 I has Mississippi, Memphis State and Virginia Tech on its'

: I Over-all the Lions had a 261 to hit by. losses due to dropouts, scrimmages simultaneously on son." Cleveland ................000 too 02ft-2 improved schedule.
Chkag W 220 JOx-IE Last the
: 202 advantage. in net yards injuries and suspensions."We two fields in the effort to fill An offensive .first, string has year, sports writers hit the Tampa record on.,
li Azcue Weis. DP 2.
Cnlcago the four victories
nose: -
five losses
,' gained.. ought to have .our line- all the gaps. begun tQ take tentative, but LOB Cleveland 1, Chicago *. one tie. They missed
) 2B Salmon Hanse Stephens. 3BMeCraw. the Gators by the margin of one victory, picking them 721.
not definite .
shape. HR Ward (20) SB Alvis,
I Ray Graves' late bloomers finished 6-3-1. FSU
GEORGE SOUSE Weis. was selected,
Tate has a serious depth L I IP H R ER II SO for 6-4
.. ,.' .gets ,grid grant $lebert.L5-6..4 J 3 3 1 a year, but ended 4-5-1. Miami was chosen for a 6-3-1
t P problem at all positions, but I Ramos ..........21-3 5 5 5 0 1 season, but hushed 3-7. '
Dixie Co. Still there is little ....... 2-3 2 0 0 0 0
reason to Abernathy None
worry Bell .............1 0 0 0 0 0 of the writers in this season's' poll picked any team
\ ,Solley WinsScholarship field.about the No. 1 offensive back- Horlen HIP,-W,By 11-0 Ramos...f Roolnson.t 2 2 T-4 2:23.10 for an undefeated season. In fact, none picked any of the

//I A-10S X four teams to win as many as eight games.
t Sophomore Bob" Biletnikoff at

In Grid Picturemajor quarterback Russell Smith at
q t wingback Bob Barth at
I running -
it To Davidson I i at fullback back and shape Pete up Banaszak as a respectable -: Dupree, Harper, GagnerThey'll .,

'I I foursome. .
A :, George,Solley; P. K. Yonge's CROSS CITY Dixie Co. is still in the of those hurt. Biletnikoff, a potentially

I, 41 f' <* li eback r of a season Suwannee. Conference football picture. but. "We need two full teams to scrimmageand dangerous runner and ade-I Help Gators Go

t pt ? has been awarded a one- no one knows for how long. lack of contact is hurting us. We worked quate passer, still must ...
I' \: scholarship to Davidson Coach Al, Parris said Saturday \that a last spring with 18 holdovers, then lost hIs field But prove L
I t "c, it was announced yes- half-dozen young players joined the squad six before practice last month. We've gotten Rick Swan record Although Florida head coach proved as the game's rolled both healthy in the running back

t y. Friday to boost the total to 18. by on holdover talent the past few years ,from, Bakersfield- shatterIng Ray Graves ,has found many past, but. was'nothing like the positions our opponents will:

'ley, who made first team "We're going too ;ahead and work for but. we're- at rock-bottom now, "Parris Calif.passer, Junior College as an alternate -, reasons to, be unhappy .duringthe Gagner of this falL have. to respect our running,

)} .AI-Area and honorable ment our opening game with Greenville Parris said.The there is first week of Gator grid "I've seen a lot of great offensive game," says Graves. "Theseare
t 1 All-America, has an oppor- said. "However, we don't know how long Bears' coach said be did not :know panic this no tause for drills he also has three big producers linemen over the two outstanding backs and,
the newcomers will stay out and how longwe about the football future but said it wouldbe spot. r of smiles. "
trnity to win a full grant at Davidson The 194 I years, says Graves. "Noneof in many ways Harper is just,
t pound Smith a daz-
if his plays measures can go without, injuries. on a day-to-day basis, depending on them had "
as dangerous
'Il up zling runner with amazing ability They are Jack Harper, Lar- any more equip- as Dupree.
Parris said the Bears have been player strength and injuries.
iJ to the' demands of the coach- get- ment than
I Jupree and Larry Gagner. Gagner, who has
to change and direc- ry Teaming with this pair in
ing staff there. ting talent from their junior ,varsity squad .Cross City has had fine seasons the past pace : size
speed, quickness
to replace graduated players. "We've gotten two years but football interest has decreased tion, will be hard to handle on "Our offense will be strongerthis agilityand Florida's offensive lineup at the
t Blue Wave coach Mike Gut. determination to
only three boys the past two years. steadily. the outside and the 203poundBanaszak year because of these three, job done. He get close of nine days practicewere

,, ierrez instrumental sa i d.Solley's in efforts PKY'swinning "They play junior varsity football for us, If the school has-to drop the sport fora can run inside with if for no other reason," says lot to our line."means an awful ends Gary Thomas and

.1 w then they retire instead of moving up to season, it is assumed the Suwannee the best. At 202, Barth Is fast Graves. "Harper looks the best Charles Casey, tackles John

'ft I grid year in 1963. the varsity," Parris related. schools on the schedule would pick up a and a hard hitter. I've seen him since he came! Gagner, a junior from Day- Thompson and John Whatley! .

U, 'George was a key boy for us The Bears have worked consistently with forfeit victory or just. not count the gameat The biggest problem was at: to Florida, Gagner could develop -tona Beach, is 6-2, 240 pounds guards Larry Beckman and

as 'far as "team leadership was H or 12 gridders and have had a couple all. end. Before the season, Miami into one of those offensive I and runs the 40 in 4.75, fastest Gagner, center Bill Carr, quar-

i' concerned, Gutierrez ,said. was considered to havean line greats and Dupree Is looking -, time of any Gator lineman. terback Tom Shannon and-. .*
Although was relatively
excellent end Dupree, two time all-SEC wingback Don
Then Knapp.
corps. I i just like the Dupree Florida -
i small for his position, he made ____
the veteran Bob Werl and Jerry choice and a pre-season all-
for his lack of size with de- fans have come to expect.: ,
J up Beef Defense F
this has 5 MEN WANTEDTO
Cowboys Up Daanen a sophomore believed ill year, consis-
termination that inspired everyone Last season Harper was
to be a potential All America tently ripped off big yardage ASSIST ME IN MY
) Jl on the team. with mononucleosis the entire in I
left school. early Gator 'scrimma BUSINESS
g e s
\\L Gutierrez said he feels season and finally felled by the
SplI Now holding down the end and should be every bit the 21 to 40. NEAT APP. Phon. ,
4 w I ley will have no difficulty with But QB Still QuestionTwentieth soots temporarily at least. area illness following the Auburn threat he has been in the past. FR 2-0500 Mr. Haney, Mon.,
his His loss left the entire
college football because of game. "With
Wad. Fri.
9 a.m.-10
l 11 size. 224 pound' senior, Fred running burden on Dupree. Harper and Dupree i iI p.m.
j -
Brown, and a 210 pound'junior --. .
"He made himself the equiv- ([ in series on pro foot. ny Gibbs and rookie John Jacobs from the Chicago Bears said Tom Coughlin, who was Gagner was switched from

alent of a 200 pounder be- ball team prospects) from Arizona State. a, Landry. "And we have put Mel Idled by Injuries last end to tackle six days prior I

cause of his ability to diagnose DALLAS (AP) The Dallas move was dictated. I Renfro, rookie, at safety Both the tackle and year.guard to the season'a opening and 1m.Graves' SUPPORT 'L
Gutierrez said. The PKY .
plays, Cowboys head into the National So, the Cowboys brought 31- position remain wide open.
coach also believes can When Meredith is fit, be will
Football League campaign witha year-old John. Roach' out of re! Currently in front are Harry THE .
( add 30 pounds to his frame. handle the quarterbacking.Gibbs TV
beefed.up defense and a question -tirement. Fersch 227, and Ed Kraszew.
I "George is a tall skinny mark at quarterback. a much sougnt-after ski. 222. at tackles and Frank
boy. He is now 5-lltt,, 170 Better Defense collegian a year ago, never got:
The quarterback problem Beck, 212 and Lewis
LeRoy ,
pounds but I see no reason cropped up last Saturday when Although the talk is about the. into a single game for the Cowboys 212 .at guards. Show Debuts

why he jcouldn't weigh 200 and Dallas' No.1, Don Meredith, Cowboys' flashy new attack,I. in 1963. Billy Lothbridgecan The center position Is well GHS
keep all of his present speed," with ,receivers Tommy" McDonald be a quarterback in an
I suffered a knee injury as the manned by Norm Blanchard : On 20
improved running attack.Landry's .
said.. and Sept.
/4 Gutierrez Cowboys were being overwhelmed Buddy Dial the prominent ]. 224. and Tonv Saladino, 212 =
offensive line is not
by Green Bay. Since additions, Coach Tom Landry both seniors. "
the extent of the injury is yetto thinks his club will be improved too big and must depend more lyisNo.1. Blanchard current JACKSONVILLE This fall HURRICANES .!

Baseball'sTopTen be determined, and since most on defense. on finesse than power. Tony t sports fans around the state ;'

Dallas' only quarterbacks Uscio, acquired from Green I again will see all the thrilling THE BEST SEATS TO THE FALL HOME ci'M s
were "We Colvln
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Cclr" .t!. Ul Allen. Philadelphia. UCepeda straight shutout Saturday a The Tigers wrapped It The running attack is built tennis coach at the U. S. the 'show each Sunday. during ON ONE OF 'THE SCHOOL'S TOUGHEST SCHEDULES: "
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I ; Aaron, Milwaukee.. MJ Mays. San. Tigers breezed to a 4-0 victory.: and Bill Freehan added his 17th:! when healthy. Jim Stiger! and native who was Florida State'sNo. caster Dick Stratton II PALATKA '. . . . . SEPT. 25 "
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Pearson Series .f. Youthful U.S. Swimmers. ; :


: i.. Set Tomorrow {,, k, -: .

\t .. I ICrlTa

: ,;'/,. .r.a Really Are Fantastic 1

-David Pearson, 23-year-old stock: car driver frost Spar- ,- ,
;.UE&2T& S. c., fives with speed aad dagger da2y. His bj& .,....'.. i ,,,' 2. .
<< kle (teeft Ct tatent. CjoacheA 4o % besit.. to
t-t. ba ( % a. -' "
speed'roas arocad. the nations 'superJ.'A of today ..
: f- liyy 1 ii lt; : % day. .bares
Coffer him an opportunity to face cosSess narabers of tast- 7 lei. UTSKY '
1 resnt.
.. ,e .l\v te?> tbat .y5 ,
expected risks_while at the wheel of an aatomobSe.Spartaaburg ,. NEW YORK "Oarmea'a. ; Qfcp$k swimmfcg, team,, $< )1koJ' baskeibal\ 05 f9Q Rays, is stall, g Q.'f.. !

4 -> said Us coach. JiB (Ooc) CousafcnaQi, i& the greatest; : and 1 he h the str@i gh play kith f
!P e t ye. : to
Police Director William T. Ivey, an award-
I r \ k the* world Vfe w& take nac*% medals thaA any ofcbe? :'MonaJs, W\ swimmm h one sport\; wiatimg'safety campaigner recognized that Pearson had '
team. 1 t ,ntA which, a you m.tiM t tl Y devCby
laced through bis experience of the common **0ur womet\' ; Qty ?k swim tan, sad Us coach
j speedway many c aJy aI\ ottcn coin; oat eclu (oQ1ipg, wUh elders.As .

dangers which jeopardize the lines of motorists each Peter Dafcad "has oe1.r 50 }Jr oeaX P{ the jaea.$ depth result swimmer. often heir!' work: >ieFvrd s and> | ahaye -- '

year. and *fa stilt great We wit wai moe_ medals than. anyone t tiona.\ tEt? at" tt%( 44, Ho. t y. np.where: to g
Pearson was asked to tell tl3e. down. AOCt t y ?aa farc hly Tquicily:, bccaus there aka |Jyearolds -
-You know what W like te dQ; asked: eovl -
A u
the public about some of the and4yearoids; ; hungry enough to speod half
coach "I'd just 1ik te gel the feftoYers -. alt the hoys "
dangers of high speed as weQ theirwaking hour,s in a pqotoi read the VP- .
who didLMt the team sad them fepfcs the Q
of the cautions such
as some as
should be taken at low speeds. VU give firs place to< the United States eeFon4 to, EYeLk it 3 y.oungster\ ; r@mainsi tared vip obstacle abotmd.requae4 t.
$wimlmiug and intense gaining than
Japan and third to Australia( Then t IM cleaA up, V4; get more tre9Urt
His series t&rts'to- l
five-part $ 4 fourth place and the kid who coukbft even make evezl ask\ andj pnc. % a bo leaves colkge ha |buds iV dif-
morrow in the Sun. .
my team of rejects} would get tUth placedTte f lt ta stay\ h\ shape while earning iiying. .

The personable driver, ia a man wawrt talky thrwgb hit bathag sap, The The girls are stymie4 because women's, collegiate swimminig -.

.c series of articles written under JT men and 23 girls who qualified for the Olympic team is almost; nee istant. Besides, at that stage they usually

2 his'cnm byline skips many tit> last week at Astoria pool will 1ea.uIt\ at Tokyo, Austral diver \Jhe biggest 4etenenA to girls': swUnnUng; [ ;

the obvious safety precautions' Bans, Japanese. Dutchmen, German and assorted other, boys Twenty girl'"swimmer% fail gq steady %ritll one .cjo h 4

such as'seat belts observance e.. will win medals, but the. AmejfcanA\ may cart\ away u but one gofi\ caq'\ go steady. wit:; \ one boy' and remain a !

of.laws and personal car cere. .. .. much as the rest et theDepfft world 1 combined, top swfimrner. ; tAt

Instead he tells,you of dangerous the mamentx\ the American gills and boys are thinking

z situations on the race track onty o| Qr mpicglory.\ \ Their. paths\ will be aide b.y twaTofthe {

which the average driver StaggersThe {ales\ coaches qh\ business Counsiknan -of 1ndi--

might possibly be. confronted 1 ana and Paland: o| Souther Qaliforrua.Oounsilman
; z
-- with on the super highways 9Bitll{ Champion depth of the t especially among the i |is one of the t 1 or M'\ 's greatest t swimm'iJ1 g

DAPIll PEARSON of today men is staggering* k'Equipe, The ffencipo..ts daily technicians (he o Ye.astremsk'\ fjom a. mediocre hjg h
Pearson, who, captured three major victories In one sea- Don Felder. 16, won the recent 9.ball tourney title expressed it test when it reported oz. the men's joo-meter headline
son by winning the World 600 at Charlotte, the Firecracker- at Cue Stick RillUrd" *. Terry Mathb, 19, wag runijer- free-style W.5 in Schollander these trials H.9 The Austin 54.11 said Clark simply M..,"? The% ).. palan4! has a fine toucl\\ with Distance swimnies,
man his
400- ta is drivIng up. (Sun photo). and pat-onrthe-back manner will soothe many. a ceryous -
250 at Daytona and the Dixie in Atlanta 1961, :: message was clear* young girl on his team,

a 1964 Cotton Owens Dodge this seasn and has already % It &seems, !incredible that such good t swimmers can be so .

1 added two victories to his list. He won the Richmond 250 young But some ol the American boys have a long way

I in his second outing of the season and later took the 100-()( Friend Hurls to go before their first shave, and some o| the girls are f/( lJIJt'a Ql' r A

still wobbly one-inch ,
miler at Greenville, S. C. The average age of the girU is 18 years, Three are onb/ Both are happy that\ the six-day Olympic tr\al\ ? have ended .

Pearson has his sights set on ,two major goals in 1964 14, with Pokey Watson reaching that, age only two months That\ }neat1 they agreed? was probably'tougher'\ thai' !\ |lie

winning the Grand National point championship and winning Pirates' Win ago, There are five matriarchs of 18, The grand dame is Oh/mpics themselyes. At least tt jt\\ was for Oeoga{ Haines,

a race at Darlington to become the First Grand National Nina Harmer, who will be 19 in three months, She readily Counsilman.'s Olympic assistant t and the coaph of t.e |a- ;.

driver to register victories 'at each of the South' admits that blondes really da have more fun She is the moua Santa Clara (Calif.) Swim QUA.\

major speedways. I PITTSBURGH (AP) Veteran The Pirates closed out their" only member of the girls' 'team who swam in the I960 Judy Reeder, a 16-Y 8f-ld Santa\ Clara! breast-stroker '

Rome Olympics, woq |the i (}-meter Olympic; 'trjal. udy was overjoyed and :

Friday National Boxes -ynch's Bob Friend 16th borne, backed run by and, Jerry amM8Ieroskl'a ) the scoring eighth against when Gordon Roberto Jonea Clenv! in The m fteam averages 19H years{ and l it is that ancient' she looked wanted to thank Hauies, She_ looked tq |the left. he

tQ the right t NO fiauies
only because of the presence of 23-year-old Chet astfeltJki \"

TwiHgM Game and run-scoring Houston triple ente singled and Lynch hen. and 22-ye.arold tary Schulhof, The pink: cheeks\ are She shoul1 have\ looked- down. Haines was;; $y p astounded!

I LOS ANGELES N.EW YORK I Nigh''GameMILWAUKEE CINCINNATI fielding helped, set down by shoddy the Colts with erect represented by Dick Roth (already a world record-holder) by. Judy's( victory t that\( he |a-in.tec\ | dead away.

.brbM obrbbi (Arthur\ paleyho regularly writes Sport.* of The THPe*, !is
4 01 0T'cskl brbH < and John Nelson each 10.Why, .
Klan 3b 4-1 Pittsburgh ,
4110 six
Will ** 3b .021 Hunt 20 '. H 4010 Rtriz .2b 4030 hits Saturday for a Friend, picking up his 12th vacation.\.) -

cf 4000 KrtiMp'l Ib 4010 II Clint Cf 0000 Ktoutn lit 4000 victory. 15 losses had! a
victory against
4010 ,
4110 Ch'toph'r' ,rf 4000 Maya If 401 Oln on cf
T.OevU If Aaron rf 3100 Robl son ''If 4000tou So Y .,
Parker If 0000 Altman Elliot ef If 3000 3000 > rf 1 0 010uae4 rf '3000Mcthews Mazcroskl got the Pirates off shutout until the ninth when Olmg: I
rf 4121
Griffith 36 4132 e..m c 3000 singles by Al Spangler and

Fairly Iboteboro C 4000Condwe 4010 Cisco McMIt lan: m 3000 0. .0 0. alley Terre c Ib 4010 4020 Cerden bores 3b II 3000 1000Mnk in front in the second inning Walter Bond and Bob Aspro- Why are the top American swimmers so young Thereare W'H'W44 PRESENTS

Oliver JaDrysdale f 3010 3000 Smith p ph 1010 II 3000 Rae ph-2b 3000tonlngtr 1000Woodw'd II when his triple scored Lynch monte'i force play accounted many reasons, First, the age-group program, which
Totals 34303 T>tlH 31 0 3 0 p 3 0 0 001 man ph 1000 who had singled: for the ColU' run. starts youngsters in competition at the age of eight prop I O WATT'TH6

Let AiMa1N .........._ ... In ,ot IOI-a Talus U$7 3 T.UI* 30 0 3 0 .-. -- .._,... .__ _. _
............. .... tot ott 100IoE --- u. -
New Tort Milwaukee .,. ,- .. OM tot 000-3 Two plays which backfired in I LABOR DAY i
GrlHltft. LOB Los M..les 4, ,Clltclftfll" ................ lOt II III-II
Nw Vera .,..."....._... /N 101111I4 the fifth Inning led to another
I E-W rd* OP-Cincinnati |. LCB-Mileukte -
''GrIHI" C )'IP I'H ':111 ER 1130DrysdaleW. S. Cincinnati: 3. Pirate run. Losing pitcher Ken EMERSON MCKINLEYGAIN "

14-13 t 3 0 0 5 2a-1.II.y. Pinson. HR-Mathew ((22). Johnson had nobody to blame DARLINGTON 50011P30
.... t I 3 3 03 B-Miyo.
Chce. U MS
I IP H R lit
T ..2:02RIt"t but himself. After Gene Alley
VI.P Drysdale. onlngtr.. W, 15-12 t 3. 0 2 1
.y. U MO .1 5 2 3 1 12EIII. singled, Johnson threw wildly to !
.........1 a. 0 0 0 second Friend's bunt. The SECOND ROUND
LOS ANGELES NEW YOlK I T-2:32. A-1I.7M. on
IbrkN 1r1a pitcher then picked up Bob
Wills u 5110 Klaus 3b 4000 Nigh Game
I T'cewskl 3b ,S 111 Hunt' 5b 5 0 2 AN PRANCI3CO Bailey's bunt and threw the ball
d S 1 21 Ch'to t't''rf 4010 brkM PHILADELPHIArbb. t
T.D6Vli If 4130 Hkkman 'cf 41 1 0 MJklou If 10 1 0 Role ** 3010 past third base, permitting By WILL GIUMSLEY Davis Cup hopes. llip at the balls J9 go out' gr _
Griffith rf 2000 T,ibrt 4111 Lenle 2b 4010 Taylor 2b 300 Alley to score. ki -
Parker rf 0000 4110 Maya cf 3000 Allen 3ft. 322 0 FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)! These hopes were Y In, Pmersoi) had to asic the
Fairly Ib 3 011 Ib 4131 H.rt rf 3111 Thomti Ib 7112taped. lre ,
McMillin HOUSTON PITTSBURGH *t4 request Mia| the
Oliver 2bTorborg 4111 U 2 0,1 0 Ib 4030 Johnson 4011 dampened when M :
b r h M 0/I
c 1000 Elliot ph I'000' IRosebor'C Heller c ,4010 H'rmtrn if 000 0Olveftlf' tlllli 4 010 busy" 2' 0 0 Top-geeded Roy Emerson of gallery remain quiet.
2 Oil Gander ph 1 3t: 412 0 Trlando 31 1 0 nation's No I ranked :
2011 c PCM Ji> 4016 Vtrdoii cf 4 0 ISpang 0 p
r p 200011b4** P, Pagan M 3113 Callison rt 41 21 i"r if 413OClameMa rf II I (. Australia and America's bound. For
How rd ph .1.0 0 0 Altman If ,2110'ltl" Ettella p ,2000 Amaro II 401Praaclsc 0 seeded fourth in this a set, probny was serving i
411 3 Bond Ib 10 1 Lyncfe If it 2Aspro' .
V ,
31HH-Ttfrt; > McCovey ph 0'0 0 0 Meheffty 1110 InS Chuck McKinley smashedInto r ,'
p ) Jb 4011 Mot If 0000 volleying J11agnU ntJy.) 1 .
LeI A_. ...... :...c. 101102 210- Perry pr ,0000 Cater ph 100 Whit If I 4 0 0 0 Cf'cIefton Ib 3000 looked less than '
.ew 'YerII ............:,.. ... 11'114.-6 Peterson pr'''. 0 0 0 Beldschun p 0001 Gaines rf 3010 Mu.".t JB 4 0 2 I IGro 1 the second round but it age caught |rum jn jyfie!
Tots 3> 3 33 Total Jt I t I Ca. 1 0 Pagliarene 4010 I IJohruon In an 8-6, 6-3, 8-6 '
E-Falrl1' T. Davis. Taylor Altman. remained for a selfexiled set and then Emerson! PIAl J 194(
3000 3111 0
I. S.. ..,,. ,,. 010 ON p Ally 6S
York 200.
LOB-Los 3B- _Anele* D Iwo HR 4m 1ttt ,(17). ". ...."' .?.?......?....< OM 001 Ml-IE Robert ph 33 o.1 .0 I 0 VTX friend U 9 30 3001TOUU 4 I 3Hauatee Czech, fat and 42, to steal the eft-handed Francois it quick and merciful/
Sa-Willa.,, W. 01'11&'z. S-Orlitltn 2- -OuHeto. OP-San Francisco I. Phi' Canada. !H ; AMiTOMORROW
.. .. _
000 Ml Iftfttbwrjh
o IP M R KRBBSO. deiphia 3. LOB-San Francisco ,. PhDs. .. .. .,", .,....l, Ill OJ.-4 hearts of, the,, gallery Saturdayin I Carole Caldwell Graebner pIanta
... 2't 1 .
Brwar' '2-3 7 eipriia f.JB McKinley had his
RJMIllar L.. 44 11-3 4,. 4. I 0 2 -Allen, Johnson TI.ndo.H.... e.JoMiOft. DP-Housto4 I, /t.obllrSIl/ 3.LDB the National Tennis Championships ;Monica, Calif., seeded \ '
Ribs t ...... .. 323 3Wikefield '. J'' er. Davenport t. Pagan (1) Thomas -Houston }. Pittsburgh I.JBSp service sizzling, losing f fn the women's ,division:
1-3 1 0 : 1 .: e'). SB-May*. Baidschun. S--ThomaBaldschun. ,
Beernarth. w's.i" 1 2 1 1 '"9'er.' Gaines, LynchVlrdon.. 3BClendenorv once, and he bounced !! .a scare and a mara!
Hunter .. 1 2.0 0 0 0 M..I HIt{)'fIC" (1'). SI Oeitey. a '! I "/ ypur Fgyqrife fprstcst Drivers'
.WNW. Miller. T-2:4l. A-45.e. Estella ., IP f "It 11 ER 1 BBS S 3 Friend Bailey..IP Jaroslav Drobny, a bespecta. the court like a berserk match before finally beat- ;

N1ht Game O'Dell L.0.7. .......11.3 A "1 A I 0 .. H 'It ERBBSOU tied, eft-handed veteran who ball, but errors came g a plucky colleen fronj Ire--; re9 dcast S re cj YJi
Dufflle 2.3' 0 0 1 0M."aHet ,
JoIIftlOll. a.U.7 1 1 2 S
CHICAGO. ST. LOUISII I ....... '2.3. :s :t J J Jon** 1-3 4 > t 0 won the Wimbledon title f in 1954 Q uetl yr / ; Geraldine Houlihan.' 1L-9.
at r* M r n WStewart. Spent ..... ... 1-2. I .I ftiymw .. J.3' 00 0 0 -1 .M
.*! 41 2.. Flood cf 4120 8.ldsehun. W. 6-S 2 1/ 0 2 2 Friend, W, 12.15. t 0 I 1 1 i at the age of 32 brought 7,000 It'was obvious J1e'w i Fallstaff Brewitif r l-
Burton H 4221rocktf 4330William T-2:54. A-21.1. ,
HIP Iy Johnson (Alley) T-1:57. A-4,272. '
a 4011 Croat IS 3222: in the West Side Stadium The left-handed Irish Y
----- fans to sharpen his in girj

a.kOIWhitt I 1 3b 1111 American roaring to' their feet when he three weeks If he game b to three: match points |PJ)i H a W. awe!s Motor C'i' .

Cowan Her d c '4S$0Jnnrf 4110 Shannon rf 3010Sch 1110 Friday BoxesBOSTON took the opening set from Em the Davis Cup from the 12th} game of the third set '. I

CamD ell 2b'4 1 2 1 Javier 2b 3010 Co.Frank's
2' SWnner pH 111 0 Night Game MINNESOTA ersonrated the world's best longing Aussies at Mrs. Graebner was joined In Davis OH "

DrkEasworthRMth 1 0 1 MaxvlH D 0000 NEW YORK KANSAS CITY .. Sept. 25-27,
r h U b r b bi third round by Julie |Ield-
Gregory ph 000 Uecker c 3010 ft r k M abrkM. Schilling 2b 1 1 1 Rollins 3b 3 2 0 amateur.
McCarwr c 1 0 0 0Simmon Kubek M 4010 C'pan'rl H 4011 Mantilla If 5132 Vertalle $13432 10 Times uau of New York, }.toselp4n.lf Marine /
300 0
p Rlch'dson 2k S 131 eauNY" 4110AAarte Yastr'skJ d 5 01101ive rf 5224 i It-is immaterial that Drobny'saging J
Warwick f* 1 01 0 rf 4220 Colavlto rf 2000 Stuart Ib 4010 Killebrew If 12 2 3 Drobny was an Sao )Francisco, and I IAIR
Total 3SS10S TafIV "U4 Mantle. If 4122 Har'taon Ib 3223Irrm're : Thomas rt A" Allison If 0100 Maria Teresa _._
oteon winning rvn -... 0 0 legs wilted under the hot Riedl of Italy. _,",,". ___
out and
Two tennis
pr 0 0 B B Edwards c 3000Lopez Malzone 3b 4 0 0 0 Mincher tb 5131 hockey player
CktcatoSt. ... .. ..,.... ..,...... 210u2U1 If 01111ryan ph-c 2110 Bressoud u 4121 Reese. pMb 0000Tlllman :sun and Emerson, the nut- jf'f-- .
LatM ..__no .. .'- 201 OM 013-4 Howard e 5222 Cherte* 3b 4111Trtctl c 41 1 0 HaM d 5021 country, winning'the
cf 4121 Mathews d 3122 Heffner p 2000 Better c 3011 brown Queer slander, went on to national tennis
E-Im tter. Shaman Croat. OP CM- Popnono Ib "S 2 Green ZIt 5120 Jones ph 1010 Battey c 3011 CONDITION NOW 1

Cage Louis 1. SI.. Louts, X LOB-CMcaeo o. I B Ford.yor j .5020 1000 cyOoghu Jimenez r*p ,:3 I 0100 Cnlgirro ph 1 0 0 0 ZinVrman Kostro 2b c '3000 1 1 0 0 score a 7-9, 6-3,'6-2. H victory, times, But when the .

7 rrto White. Cavnpbett. 2a-aur. Blooded ph 101 1 TorTbulf pit 1 010 Kindall 2b 1000 For nearly an hour the old man nists moved in he
tat. HR-.yer (m. lB-B.roct.' 2h+nRao Gonzalez pr 0000Mlkk Grant p 4000
and became
MvrvM.aVrodu Flood. 7 .t.. p 1 000 Totals 30.irj Total 40 14 1412M000404I of world tennis had given the a world

IP M R CKBBSOMcOmM L4N.... 1000 /11101 ..... .. ... ... 3 crowd thrill. first taking up G.inssyplls'; j.o1943t ; i ;:
.. Tout 42 t Iftefels :3> 711 7
E1bweI1tI f 114103 Minneot" ...... ....... III I
W JSx-14
__ ., 2 J t 1 0 3 New York" ,.. .,.. .. SOS 300 2M 4fKaaebl Egypt and finally EngI
Eistom U a-I -.. !w. 1 t 1 0 city .",.. ...ow NI tot 2-7 I E-Schilling. Stuart. BresMuo, Kille- Uneasiness Twice he west to the.
Flevm -.. .. I 1 1 0 / .w. brew. Kejtro. Olive. OP-Bosto 1. LOa- .
burdstle 2411110 E-Mone. Of-tew York 2. ,tctftHS Boston t. Minnesota 5. Once he blunted the ferocityof Wimbledon-iQ J649 aad > BEAT 'AA" LcE.i'C'
SimmonsUUtt .::..: .: 42-3 7 1 1 1 3Ta CIty l.Da-tilew York 7. tc:1"US.C1tY: 0.28Trtgb i 28-Tlllman, Bretsoud 2, MantJt 38- '
M" _.- tMFleiiirficeil' 3 1 1 2 JRIctIenbDII. Ricftardson Pepito *. Causey. Mlnener, Verlles. HR-Mantl.'la (23). Drobny's early attack, Emerson before he finally '
w. 12 33 I I/ I i t<-Monttt Of). Howard (12). Her- KMtebrew (4J, Versalles (10). Olive. ,2 added to.s -
and through
1 .1x1011.ATWuT retoon 2 air M.attIewI (12). $-Ford. C3O). r" played superbly victory. THE HEAT
-234 IP M R CR BBSO 'IP. M. ERBBSO a. note of uneasiness to IU5.B Rosewall in' 1K4. ,
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Oulu to 1/ BAll** 3b 122 $ wsfieHL U, J..I' 233 1 1 2:27.'A=t.311.CLEYEWD. [ of FeddgF3 A# .a 4t9n! ? Pester yj ?3ginesyiie.fust -
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wMWlend 4* OVwwiie f'f'.I' 1 Sander1 1/ 0 0 1 CHICAGO fag i .Daagicustil .agalsst $ ,
lb 1/-3I/1m;311 t Lphdh If If 3 121Jtoberts 1'1 1 W-Frtl, Me '". T-3lt A-f.900. -,1111I. aarbbl- )be tired.T" ., Yes No 5eN. J..or 9e'Q +?rl r if MrnJ'91 h, 'j= .-.

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nee ,.J Iitsp.npl.r f M 112 Fregooi u 4,121 Aleut c 'iflOOWanjS) : ; 5143 In" Keystone l units that 'know -"i : lyyg
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-. -:David, 'Pearson, 29-year-old stock car driver from Spar4iig .Jc :' I

. S. C.,.'lives .with speed 'and danger,daily., His high, .jJr..
!; QNWjkV' W'intt. V vides a deep fountain of talent. Coaches don't hesitate to
-speed runs around the nation's super, speedways of today K
-; work their swimmers, three or four hours a day because
''offer him an opportunity to face' countless! numbers of unexpected '.,. By FRANK LTTSKY they have learned that no physical harm can result. ; I
' risks.while'at the wheel of an autom bUe.I 4 NEW YORK: "Our. men's Olympic 'swimming V team," A schoolboy basketball or football player is still grow

said its coach, Jim (Doc) Counsilman, V "isthe greatestin and he doesn't have the to with esionals. -
ing strength play pro
Spartanburg Police Director William T. Ivey, an .award- take medals than : !
will other
I the world. We more any
is and track is taking
But swimming one sport (
winning ,safety campaigner recogniZed'that Pearson had r V
team. the hint) in which a youngster, still not fully developed
.faced, through his speedway' experience,. many of the common -. "Our women's Olympic swimming team, said its coach physically, can often compete on equal footing with elders.As : .

: dangers whfch j1 jeopardize ,the,lives, of motorists each Peter Daland, "has only 50 per cent of the men's depth I a result, swimmers often hold world records and 'national ;

I fYear. V and "is still great. We will win more medals than anyone titles at 16 or 17. Then they have nowhere togo but ;

Pearson was asked to tell else. V down. And they can tumble quickly, because there are J3-
the public about some of, the "You know, what I'd like to do? asked an envious'I year-olds and 14year.olds hungry enough to spend half -

'of wen I coach. "I'd just like to get the. leftovers .- all the boys
dangers high speed as VVVV'4 their waking hours in a pool to reach the top. -
who didn't make the team and take them to the Olym-
as some of the cautions such as
should be taken at low speeds.His ,. pics. I'll give .first place to: the United States, second to Even if a youngster remains fired up, obstacles abound. t
-" Swimming requires more frequent and intense training than
Australia. Then I'd clean I'd
five-part series starts tomorrow Japan and third to up. getfrth
even track, and once a boy leaves college he fines it dif- N
and kids who couldn't make
in the Sun. .. place .easy, the even
I my team of rejects would get fifth place." ficult to stay' in shape while earning a living. *.

The personable driver, in a / The man wasn't talking through his bathing cap. The The girls are stymied because women's collegiate swimming -

series of articles written under I 27 men and 22 girls who qualified for the Olympic team is almost noexistant. Besides, at that stage they* usually I'

his own ,byline, .skips many ofthe. last week at Astoria pool will clean up at Tokyo. Austra- discover the biggest deterrent to girls' swimming,,-

obvious safety precautionssuch lians, Japanese, Dutchmen,. Germans and assorted others boys. Twenty girl swimmers can go steady with one ?coach,

.as'seat belts, observance will win medals, but the ,Americans may cart away as but one girl can't go steady with one boy and remain a

'of laws and personal' much as the rest of the world combined. top swimmer. ...

Instead be tells you of dangerous At the moment, the American girls and boys are thinking .

situations on the race track ; only of Olympic -glory. Their paths will be aided by two;of I

which the average driver Depth StaggersThe the finest coaches in the business Counsilman of 'Indiana
a a a i i i
might possibly confronted. and Daland of Southern California.

th on. the uper ,highways 9-Ball Champion depth of the American team especially among the Counsilman is one of the world's greatest swimming I?

DAVID PEARSON : men is staggering. L'Equipe, The French sports daily technicians
today. '. (he converted Jastremski from a mediocre hjjjh J

Pearson who captured three major victories in one season Don Felder, 16, won the recent 9-ball tourney title expressed it best when it reported on the men's 100-meter school butterfly swimmer to the world's best breast-

by winning the World ',600' at: Charlotte, the: Firecracker: at Cue Stick ,Billiards. Terry Mathis, 19, was runner- free-style in these trials. The headline said simply": "H- stroker). Daland has a fine touch with distance swimmers,
Schollander 53.9 Austin 54.1 Clark 544.
53.8 ,
man ,
250 at Daytona and' the Dixie 400 in Atlanta in .1961, .is 'driving up. (Sun photo). was, clear.It and his pat-on-the-back manner will soothe many a' nervous : f!
message '-
young girl on his team. l :
& 1964 Cotton Owens Dodge this seastn and has already .. seems incredible that such good swimmers can be so 0)

I 'added' two victories to his list He won Richmond 250 young. But some of the American boys have a long wayto 1

in his second outing of the season and later took 'the 100-: Friend, Hurls go before their first shave, and some of the girls are Happy tfs Over ;. "

still wobbly on one-inch heels.
miler at Greenville, S. C.
The average age of the .girls is 16 years. Three are only Both are happy that V the six-day Olympic trials have .end-

Pearson has his sights set on ,two major goals in 1964 : 14, with Pokey Watson reaching that age only two months ed. That meet, they agreed, was probably tougher thantheV

winning the Grand National point championship} and win- Pirates' Win ago. There are five matriarchs of 18. The grand dame is Olympics themselves. At least, it was for George Haines, : \

ning a race at Darlington to become the First Grand National Nina Harmer, who :will be 19 in three months. She readily Counsilman's Olympic assistant and the coach of the V famous t

driver to register victories 'at each of the South' admits that blondes really do have more fun. She is the Santa Clara (Calif. Swim Club.

major speedways. PITTSBURGH (AP) Veteran The Pirates closed out'their only member of the girls' team wh swam in the 1960 Judy Reeder, a 16-year-old Santa Clara breast-stroker, V .

Rome won the ,100-meter Olympic triaL Judy was overjoyed, and --f
Bob Gordon in
V Friend, backed by,Jerry scoring against Jones
Friday National Boxes Lynch's 16th home run and Bill the eighth when Roberto Clem The men's team averages 19% years, and it is that ancient she wanted to thank Haines. She looked to the left. She \

Mazeroski's, run-scoring triple only because of the presence of 23-year-old Chet Jastrem- looked to the right. No Haines. \
ente singled and Lynch horn SchuIhof., The She should have looked down. Haines was so astounded V
Twilight Game and helped by shoddy Houston ski and 22- ear-old Lary pink cheeks are

COS ANGELES NEW' YOlK MILWAUKEE Night.Game CINCINNATI fielding, set down the Colts with red.: represented by Dick Roth (already a, world record-hqlder) by Judy's victory that he fainted dead away.
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cue 'for the Florida foot hill Kaltoe rf 4.0 o Hinton If -3000 Catcher'Ron Henry of the Char Also'in attendance were Charles

team win be:at 6 p.m. tcday at OenMter.d Freehaa c 4 IllILockd 0 1 0 Pltll.lps Itt 3000 1000 lotte Hornets of the Southern B. HendersKi and B.Wbitfleld .B. iamsburg[ Va., against- the

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:3D 4010 Slavers ph 1000 from Washington D. Red Mitcbum, Ocah humorist M'Allffe 3. 0 0 Kennedy :361000WfckVm night May 31 for:sorce time Baker Co., respet't'Vely.Coaches ; '109&
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,:Pearson. Series c'. Youthful. U.S., Swimmers. ,; .


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....:,;,;.:->i. ,. Really Are Fantastic! ., .1

David. 'Pearson, 29-year-old stock car driver from Spars \.. ,.. ......... ...

j !.tanburg S. C., lives with speed and danger,daily.: His! high-. .. .I)4 .. /'Ir.. i

.speed' runs:around. the !nation's super speedways of today '(-'", Nim.Itirk mbrit. vides a deep fountain of talent. Coaches don'twork hesitatab 1

.'.' ... their swimmers three or four hours a day because I
'offer bUn an opportunity to face countless numbers of unexpected .., ,J. .,,, *. By FRANK UTSKY they have learned that no physical harm can result. ;: = ,

o risks.while'at'the wheel of an autom bU _f. NEW YORK. "Our men's Olympic ,swimming team," A schoolboy basketball or football player is still growIng t

said its coach, Jim (Doc) Counsilman, "is the greatestin
and he doesn't have the strength to play with profes
Spartanburg Police Director William T. Ivey, an alardwirifng' I will take medals than other :
the We
world. more
., r sionals. But swimming is one sport (and track is taking
safety campaigner recognized that Pearson had
team the hint) in which a youngster, still not fully developed !

I .faced, through, his speedway experience, many of the eoIndangers "Our women's! Olympic swimming team, said its coach, physically, can often compete on equal footing with elders.As .

mon which )jeopardize ,the lives. of motorists each Peter Daland, "has only 50 per cent of the men's depth I a result, swimmers often hold world records and 'national ,
and is still We will win more medals than'anyone
year. great. titles at 16 or 17. Then they have nowhere to go but j
J. Pearson was asked to ten else. down. And they can tumble quickly, because there are J3- 1
, "You know what I'd like to do? asked an 'envious
the about of the half
public some year-olds and 14-year-olds hungry enough to spend i
coach. "I'd like to get the leftovers ,- all, the boys
dangers of high speed as wen. just their waking hours. in a pool to reach the top.
who didn't make the team and take them to the
Olympi -
of the cautions such
as some as .
Even if obstacles abound. l
a youngster remains fired up,
should be taken at low speeds. s. I'll give first place to the United States, second to
Swimming requires more frequent and intense training ,than ;
Australia. Then I'd clean I'd
His five-part series starts to Japan and third to up. get <
even track, and once a boy leaves college he fines it: difficult -
fourth place and the kids who couldn't even make
n1orr wintheSuLThe .. .easy, "
t .
to stay in shape while earning living. "
; my team of rejects would get fifth place. .
personable driver, in a / The man wasn't talking through his bathing cap. The The girls are stymied because women's collegiate swiMming

series' of articles written under 27 men and 22 girls who qualified for the Olympic team is almost noexistant. Besides, at that stage they -usually 1 t

I his own byline, skips many of) last week at Astoria pool will, clean up at Tokyo. Austra- discover the biggest deterrent to girls' swimming: f

the obvious safety precautionssuch lians, Japanese, Dutchmen,. Germans and assorted others boys. Twenty girl swimmers can go steady with one ':coach, 1

.as'seat belts, observance will win medals but the Americans may cart away as but one girl can't go steady with one boy and remain; a ,

,of laws and personal car care. much as the rest of the world combined. top swimmer. :4 \

Instead, he'teI4 you of dangerous At the moment, the American girls and boys are Clinking J

situations on the race track ; only of Olympic 'glory. Their paths will be aided by two:'of

which the average driver Depth Staggers the finest coaches in the business Counsilman of 'Indiana j

might, confronted --- and Daland of Southern California. .
-t- __ ..L_ _____ '-11..__ 9-Ball The depth of the American team especially among the '"
on' me u1er wguW Champion Counsilman is one of the world's greatest swimming

DAVTD PEARSON-of .. : men is staggering. L'Equipe, The ,French sports daily technicians (he converted Jastremski from a mediocre 'high
Pearson, who captured three major victories in one season Don Felder, 16,.won the recent 9-ball tourney titleat expressed it best when it reported on the men's 100-meter school butterfly swimmer to the world's best breast- 4

by winning the World '600 at: Charlotte, 'the:'Firecracker: Cue Stick Billiards. Terry Mathis, 19, was runner- free-style in these trials.53.9 The Austin headline said Clark simply: "n- stroker). Daland has a fine touch with distance swimmers,
Schollander 54.1. 54.4.
53.8 The
250 at Daytona and'the Dixie 400 in Atlanta in ,1961' .is 'driving .up. (Sun photo): man message was, clear. and his pat-on-the-back manner will soothe many a' nervous ." -
young girl on team.
a 1964 Cotton Owens Dodge' this se stn.and has already .. It seems incredible that. such good swimmers can be so .

'added two victories to his list He won' the Richmond 250 young. But some of the American ,boys have a long way i

in his second outing of the season and later took 'the 100-: Friend Hurls to go before their first shave, and some of the girls are Happy: tfs Over :.

still wobbly on one-inch heels.
miler at Greenville S. C.
I The average: age of the girls is 16 years. Three are only Both are happy that. the six-day Olympic trials have .end

Pearson has his sights set on ,two. major goals In 1964 14, with Pokey Watson reaching that age only two months ed. That meet, they agreed, was probably tougher than the

winning the Grand National point championship and win- Pirates' WinPITTSBURGH ago. There are five matriarchs of 18. The grand dame is Olympics themselves. At least, it was for George Haines,

ning a race at Darlington to become the First Grand Na- Nina Harmer, who will be '19 in three months. She readily Counsilman's Olympic assistant and the coach of the famous !

tional driver to register victories 'at each of the South' admits that blondes really do have more fun. She is the Santa Clara (Calif.) Swim Club. '

major speedways. (AP) Veteran The Pirates closed out .their only member of the girls' team who swam in the 1960 Judy Reeder a 16-year-old Santa Clara breast-stroker,

I Rome won the 100-meter Olympic trial. Judy was overjoyed, and --.1
Bob'Friend, backed by Jerry ;scoring against Gordon Jones In
Friday National Boxes Lynch's 16th home run and Bill the eighth when Roberto Clem. The men's team averages 19% years-, and it is that ancient she 'wanted to thank Haines. She looked to the left She

Mazeroski's run-scoring triple only because of the presence of 23-year-old Chet Jastremski looked to the right. No Haines. r
ente singled and Lynch horn She should have looked down. Haines astoundedby
Twilight Cam and helped by shoddy Houston and 22-year-old Lary Schulhof. The pink cheeks are was so

LOS ANGELES NEW' YORK MILWAUKEE Night.Game CINCINNATI fielding, set down the Colts with ered.: represented by Dick Roth (already a' world record-holder) Judy's victory that he fainted dead away. i
abrhbl alt,$ lit abrhbiCarry (Arthur Daley, who regularly writes Sports of The Times is
T'cewskl Wills ss 3b 4 4021 1 1 Klaus Hunt' 2t 3b 4000 4010 If 40l0u1z.2b>> 4020 six hits Saturday for a 4-1 Pitts- Friend, picking up his 12th and John Nelson each 16. on vacation.) .

W.Davis cf 4 0 0 Kraiwp'l Mt 4010 Cline cf 0000 Keough Ib 4000 burgh victory.
15 losses had
,T.Davl" If 4110 Ch'toph'r irf .0. 0 Maya If .01 Obtson cf 4010 victory against a
Griffith Puker If rf 4122 0000 Altman Elliot cf If 3000 3000 Aaron F.AIOUrf rf 3100 1000 Queen RobJ son rf if .3000 4000 Mazeroski got the Pirates off shutout until the ninth when Why So Young 1

Gonder 3000 Mathews :3b ll22Edwardsc 3000 singles by Al Spangler and
Ib 4000 c
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OrysdaH e' 3000 Smith ph 1 0 1 Menke ss 2b 3000 3000Jay Rose p ph-2b 1000Woodw'd 200 when his triple scored'Lynch, monte's force p lay accounted many reasons. First, the age-group program, which

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;-. Griffith (4). S8Wills.' E-Wards. DP-ClncinnatI 1. LCB' -Milaukee Pirate Ken EMERSON MCKINLEY
: .IP H USO 5. Cincinnati 5. run. Losing pitcher "
DrysdaleW 14-13 t 3 0 0 0 5 2a-s.lley. Pinson. HR-Mathrws (22). Johnson had nobody to blame DARLINGTON 500"DIAL :
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Game Jay U MO I .5 22 1 12EIIII >
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LOS ANGELES NEW YORK T-J.32. A-11,754. second on Friend's GAIN SECOND ROUND

abrhbl abrhN pitcher then picked up Bob
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T'cewskl' 3b '3 1 2 1 Hunt 5b 3 0 2 1 SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA Bailey's bunt and threw the ball
W.Oavls cf S 1 21 CWoph'rrf 4010 .brbI abrbI
T.Davis If 4130 Hlckman 'Cf 1110 MJUou If 5010 Roas| ss 301Lanter 0 past third base, permitting By WILL GRIMSLEY 'Davis Cup hopes. yelling at the balls to go out ors
GriffIth rf 2000 Smith IMi 4111 2b 4010 Taylor 2b 500 0 to
Alley score.
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Ib 3000 Kranep-l Ib 4 1 2 1 ,
Fairly Hart Thomas
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Oliver 2b 4111 McMillan u 2 0.1 0 Cepeda Ib>> 4020 Johnson ,f 401 HOUSTON abrbbi PITTSBURGH abrbbiLIllls dampened when McKinley, thenation's umpire 1:to: request that ,the .
Torborg c. 2000 2s2lGnderP Elliot: ph 1000 1110 c ,. 1 H'rrnsfn If 0000Davefip't34l20TrIan u' 4000 Bailey 3b 2000 :- Top-seeded Roy Emerson of g allery-remain quiet
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BTeWrp, 2000Rlbant p Pagan u 3112c.enison rf 411 Australia and America's bound. I
4 1 10 Clement* rf 4110
Howard .Ph .1.00 Altman. H ,2110 37 411 3 Estelle p 2000 Amaro ss '401 0 Bond Ib ,4010 Lynch If 3222 seeded fourth in this event, For a set, Drobny was servingand
r..... 315114TSIOII McCovey ph 0'0 0 0 Mahaffey p 1 000 Aspro'te 3b 4011 Mot If 0000 ing Chuck McKinley smashedinto volleying
Lea A..eles ...........:... 100 ." 211-5 Perry pr 0000 Cater ph 100 0 White If 4000Crdenon' 'Ib 3000 looked less than overpoweringin magnificently.
New Yart .........:..:... lOt ItS 14z-4 Peterson prIl 0 0 Baldschun' p0001 Gaines rf 3010 Mazer'ki 2b 4021 the second. round but it But age caught him in the
_Talals 303.03 Totals 39 it s Crete c 301 Pagllaronl c 4010 an 8-6, 6-3, 8-6 triumph over
'E-Falrly, T. Davta Taylor. Altman. .... Johnson p 2 00 Alley ss 3110 remained for a self- exiled second set and then Emerson lrr 1390
7 '.New York 0. Sac Francisco .. ..-... 010 000 204-1
LOS-Los 2B-Trecewskl.Angeles Oliver. HR-Srr-'th (li). PhiladelphIa ......;..... 000 401 MXE Roberts Totals ph 321 0000FrIendp$1-Totals 30403 3000 Czech, fat and 42, to steal the eft-handed Francois Godbout of made it quick and merciful., lI4

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ft-Mlller, I.. K .11-3 4,. 4. 1 0 2 2B-Allen, Johnson Trlandos. 3B-Haer. E-Johnson. DP-Houston 1, Pittsburgh, 3. the National Tennis Cham i Santa Monica, Calif., seeded
Rlba t ......... '2.3' 4 '4 0 J Davenport *. Pagan (1). Thomas LOB-Houston S, Pittsburgh a. :service sizzling, losing it only ninth in the women's division
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$ruca. U134 21J.4 J "40 0' 311 1 Totals 34 711 7BattiMara '" sos 100 210 2-4E The loop will play a B. team Controlled 1.5 109.88
IN.2 0 -00. 0 I hard for Drobny that it was .
Jones 3 59 1 ..,.,.........,. eot toe .i-I -Buford, Martin. McCraw hansen declare I ,000 8 Sit 290 1.7 128.97
this and.
Coombs 2. 1.0 0 I 1V..l.'W.1S1G Las._Aafletes .,.........,.. au *M tJa-IE H Farrell 6,200 I.R
28-Marti Ward. MR-AMs (15) Hansen at the I 1.2-3 Sped Fan, 152.50
t .72 13 7.ti.y -Smith. Newman. DP-B,rtn>ort 1, (U). Ward (It), Skowron O*|., SB- a loop champion 5 VF Cricket 10,000 12. 230 375 2.75
Bruce ) WP-Veala. PBCreta. s14.-ISataIast1'
.(Lynch Los Angeles 2. LOB-Battbnort 9, Los Salmon.. 'S-Howser tr Plzarro.IP ." close .of the season
T 2:25. ."n. Angeles 0.28Aparkie 14.000 12. 230 610 4.6 199.97
Lao FregosI. ClintCllHR5m1ttt \. Tlant ,. ,. .. 7 10 3 3 1, Per sons attending includesCharlie a All Certified PUMA 15.000 1 1.6 230 920 4 215.00
(IC) Adcock t .
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jv S 1 Roberts Santa Fe
cMohon.L4-4-2 3 3 3 Rated.
; JoinSavannah
Barbecueet IP "R ER BBSO!Plzarro -..,..: 7 4 3 1 2 7 ; Players CM-1 : 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00
RobertsLfl.7.3 4 3 S 1 2 ,..... W a y ne .Benner, Fernandina
Fisher 2 1 1 t I 1 .
Estrada ... 2 322 0 1 Prices include: 12 230 1,040 5 23500 \
? 17500
.....,. Wllhelm. W, 74 1 2 1 l' 1 1 Beach William Montgomery,
Vineyard 1 0 0 0 1 0 Delivery, 1-Year
Club I
McMahon faced 2 In 1Ch. 263:97:
Jones ...."'n, 2 2 2 2 1 0 T-244. A-25,111. men Co. (Green Cove) Tom Servtc* on Parts fr 19:000: 13.6 230 1,160 5.3
Clay ;
W. 114
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14.3 1,190 266.7S
Today T-2:". A- ,737. Covington Baker Co. (Mac- Labor and 5 Yean 20.000
Five University of Florida 25,000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50

DETROIT Nipt GM.e WASHINGTON Real MadCHARLOTFE. ,I clenny); Larry Wesley Orange cricket players joined the 'Savannah Refriferation Systems.GAINESVILLE'S _ _ _ _ _ _'
The annual Gainesville) Quarterback ttrhbi .",laW Park and Bill McGffl. PKY, Cricket Club team this
dub welcome. 'barb--I Thomas It lOlOBrbWon u 1000 NC. CAP) all athletic directors.Also LOW INSTALLATION
""'*I lOO0Bl.'aqa-30Is weekend for matches: at Wiljamsburg PRICES -
cue for the Florida foci ha 11, K.Mln.M 4 I .Hinton if 3000 Catcher Ron Henry of the Charlotte In attendance were Char-

team will be at 6 p.m. tcday at Oemeter Fre r>a* ,c cf l020Phllaps lI2ILoccf Ib 3000 2.00C.aih Hornets of the Southern les B. Henders and B. B.Whitfield [ Va., against-' the

6 plot at the .Hub 'on campus. p i 0 0 Brumley c 3010Wert League will' rememter_ .the prinar- ls of PKY andBaker British Commonwealth team' Double Huns or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50

"Bed .Mitchum cab )humorist 3b 4010 Sifters ph '1000 night 'of-May 31 for;sorc-e tune Co. ; from Washington D. M'A'Ilffe-ss 3. 0 0 Kennedy 3b 2 t I' respectively. "
and former Gator gricder WfcklTm p 2. 0,0 King.. ph-rt 1000 The slugging 'backstop was Coaches' p'r e sent included Cricket Club players whotook 10S_ :DOWN .PAYMENT.--24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES
Ost n 3010
wiU. be the,.speaker.Ne Tatals 32171 Tatals p 20030 tossed out in-the first inning of Wilbur Hoskihs Garth Yarnell part'were Siraj Akbar and .

.b b i e Anderson cub Datratt ................?, at* aoa eae-.tWaShMgfM the first game of a. dou.ueheader -and,Mike.,Gutierrez, PKY, Harry Tushar Shah India; Carlton- I i; Wo SeB m4 lutallCentral U
> ...._.'.....000 000 Vince *
president, will introduce bead E.Nona. DP-Detroit L LOB-0 tieit ..I at Asheville after an' argument Hudson Santa Fe; Dick Dindial Trinidad; Morton I ( Bohannon Jr.

UF- coach 'Ray Graves who, in Washington 5. FreeI'Oster. with an umpire.He Layton, Baker Co.; arxl Carl; South Africa; and Cedric I Air Ceiditienin9. I IiI ,
turn, will introduce h;s sta f f. ersham.J8-Osmeter' 2. Wtek- came, back in tfr! secoix Duncan and HarLoftin, Stratton; .England., 4 '....-:'. .. '
SFOsh.IP H f' ERBBSO"kkti ;' '* '" The matches were feature I cm .s.,... free .......
The: Gator assistant c "- 'm. W, 1MB I- 3. 0' 0 4 4IlettNng game to slug twq hotrt, rune- Orange Park I a '... ..... .

,!urJ introduce the. ,,vaiaity, ,any \ 0 S 0 I. 1 onea ,grandslammerand Next meeting wr-11 be the of the WflliOTfburg Labor' y 1 i'I. S.E. 7th St. &: ,8th A... Phone fR 295(1M
Ostaen. L. 1M1 2- 7 I 1 S 4
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I ., phoon Ruby hit teeming Hong !
) Cong head on Saturday ving
at least 15 persons dead, 35.* I
; _' missing and feared dead and 250 ,4 I
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I i t y[,.fJ' ;.y;;, '; ;:, J. ; );'",' ''J ) .: 'j; I-.,"JH- ..1- J colony.Twenty-seven, storms to( of hittbe thoseonissihglwere British j| Ii Iiworst ,

i / J : / / is i aboard the ship Dora of;
I' Panama registry, which sank in 3
:, IJ J J J the harb r. Thirty,of the ship's jcrew f
I /J: .J were rescued. More them:
'1 f
fl t 20! ocean.going'vessels snapped-"*
their moorings in the harbor \
: .g: t and swept around like, toys* f '
?.. :. :,x........ .' H Hundreds sampans and junks. I
capsized and went to the bot-i I
J tom. *
Heavy rains accompanying
the typhoon, packing 160-mile, 4
RC winds at the center caused J
SPEaA ad vertise the brand names. flooding and landslides which
OOO cannot t
$350 ices ar so to w we wdl Immediate rec.e wrecked homes
8cc thcs name brand y ou : many i
brand fans cmd Jut ..., ut every'one Is a top the tremendous vatues. JJ' trapped occupants '
of America's top name 4 OOO and.fuBy 1 oPP reuate 7 More than J
: f air c.onclitioner from ognl. FGq 1..p.tds step or" 50,000.refugees _,
d priced 'I"o'U
are -
I for er cat.Every.n ansHundreds All air COft4itiOHrI All T from Red China were made .,
discount p
we Z 'low
BTU .. a1l at fadleu lously low" homeless as the wind -"wrecked'
j eTU's to 30,000 II shacks in which they lived. ; -.
p /
DISCOUNT 'Many of those injured were
! till slashed by jagged sheets of f-
flying metal ripped from buildings '

:! : .... 400081U 2a.IN. TASCO' i cars were under blown slammed from construction.against the streets.walls Others-by.

-- peed '
; Reversible Electric lines blown down v

.. : :::; AIR CONDITIONER f'j r 2 caused many fires. Some wires ,
] SPEED lashed around the
,1 ==== ::::::; ::::; ELECTRIC hundreds huddled streets' as f
tli I."jN in doorwaysto
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'. ct g= the power could be turned

( () $ I.II I 2 .I. off.

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,f" ::::: :::- ::: :::= 115volts,7Vicmps. .f' I "f > ? .. .
:.::=J Cools up too full 2000 cu. ft.area. I ,,, 7 MOBILEA1RE WASHINGTON* (AP) u.s
\ L E::= E:::::; ::::::; .... Permanent washable filter.I l rnf'iJ.Ql I FAN Ambassador,'Maxwell D. Taylor- ,
--- ::::; Twin top to bottom air circulation. ; is expected to return next week *-
5 year warranty on sealed unit. from South 'Viet Nam for con- "

sultation with President John .
l "HOfe jJ. 23.88 son, Secretary ,of State Dean
Rusk, Secretary ,of Defense'
: Robert S. ,
.. McNamara. and oth-;. "
f TS.. .
: 8300 MONEY DO"Nl The ambassador 3uid planned, *
6300 _BTU i BTU ,TO to: come home -last week to.i:;"

1 I 1--;;" ;;;- -- I .. == ::: !=: r IVI STER some personal! affairs/; ;*
== ::; :: E:: -- E: IIR'elNI1110NII -' 6 'jl. 'j' J but-: his;ret irl: 'ivad fit off by fwlitical

I r=; E::: :::::: :::; AIR CONMTMWk' -=;.. ::: .:=....; fft r.r f ) -, 2 SPEED ". : ', Nam. upheavals? .In_South Viet; .*.*
( Fully adjustable: NEAP raUd.. M tizt room- 20 l ,- ;.
thermostat! control coaling.Fny t : ( N..
Easy access ( ) White
permanent :
j Ii : cdjuilobl* Ihtrnestot : : :. House Press'Secretary George*
f catro6 /' E. described _
filter 3 Re&Ty as "rumors" ,
I 21.97"wiy Friday reports of an ..
alleged threat *
against President'Johnson :
4 during last "
0 0 148 j Democratic National Convention -" .
t168 at Atlantic ,
City N.J.

,, GENERAL } DOWN National In Austin Committeeman, Tex, Democratic Frank
"U :*
O ....:. t -ECTR/c: Erwin, 'who had' discussed the
alleged plot in.
r 0 a speech to the i
I M .. I 20" Austin Junior Chamber of Comp,*
FAN merce Thursday, said Friday he,*
had no direct knowledge of it, -' ,t
} 20,000 = The FBI and the Secret Service ;',.
said no arrests had been
Q 2197W made and the FBI said it was,

-: = All J not investigating_, ,...t..,

0' g -- / MONEY S Justice Department refused Friday ..
Ja -- -- f 1s 'to produce for a civil dam:
'3J --=- "-:::::... $ e age suit against Bobby Baker- -
: r WBBttBf. ..I.E" documents it has compiled in"'
its investigation of the former".
::: e:;:: == =- r "
n- Senate official for possible violation -
@: L ) 0 1 ,2011 of criminal laws.
._ '!' >d
.: E== E::;;; ia ,:: rt, The department claimed executive *
.. !@ ;/ privilege. '-'*
f Acting Atty. Gen. 'Nicholas.
.. I NfMA..GiofttCoolingcapato1y. } I I1,1 deB. Katzenbach said the department's
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were obtained
I : F r anttt asyocc ss fitter.FuBy .
"through a continuing. .
s I _Ups.' adds Ifctf moAlct control. j -.......JGoff investigation of possible violations -"',
,,' H0 of criminal laws.".He said .--
M DOWN/ __ premature exposure "could only!,7
result in prejudicing such ay:
e proceeding before it Is com.-".

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= SLASHED MpYORa SLASHED SLASHED of Margaret RoUt Battle, 6, la a. .,,
V1Ct011 tO box hear her home Friday
-".' night. Police said a' teenager;
admitted tilling her during ai

G.E. PERSONAL *78 ZENITH 23" FLOOR $199M69 95WT FAMOUS MAKE $8'8 sex Homicide attack. Lt Merle WeDs saidv-;

11" TVPERSONAL W/T SAMPLE 4 Speed Auto Changer ... Reginald D. Spiller, 15, told oCtaking -
95WT the girl to his home -td"
54.,. SIZE *66 SYLVANIA 23" FM-AM BANDRADIOSTEREO- $16995 "see my pictures"clipped from' *
what the officer described. as":""
PORTABLE 99WT girlie magazines. **J?

D 19" PORT. *122 MOTOROLA 23" .179 MOTOROLA, ,STEREO $5995 denied Wells then said admitted the yoath'trying first&>:!.,:N."

molest'her sexually. Spffler told:- .

OPEN AM 9 PM= SU NOON PM of throttling her with Ms'handslT. *
7 :
.: / and then knotting two lengths ;
:. GAINESVILLE-Acres of Free Parking I Ql j 'Th*.nly true mtvr I That_ Jn toof electrical cord about the child's1] .,.,
sews .
f vatw tjwofonttf *I (atk gw.i neck, the officer said. *:
U.S.441 NORTH AT 23rd BLVD. PHONE, 376:8297.. .'. ALWAYS. I EVERYDAY. ,,_ Margaret Ruth was the..*
of j7))
daughter an Episcopal mini**t
ter, the Rev. John Battle.] She;;;;

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I f : Lions Freshmen Find Out About UF r oQ,,'' 4 a ," "ij j!I I2w !i

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.t. To SellLights ::Y it \ I It II

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Gainesville's two Lions Clubs ill
combine forces this week for JPr .
the annual q S, T L
light bulb sale Tues- ''"KJ" 1II <
day through Thursday. LF
About 120 members of the F
Lions Club of Gainesville and

the University City Lions will go I
from house to house selling
4 t+ fJ ? 's'e"P
packages of light bulbs. Proceeds 4 9R P I f.'

go to the Lions sight i ., ;) ,
conservation and communi t y K
service activities. f

. Edwin F. Isenhour, light bulb ,;
sales chairman said the bulbs

I;l will be sold in cartons of eight, frxAq'vb. ..-""""' -'* ... ..--
containing assorted sizes of 60. J 2'
75, and 100 watt bulbs. Car- A trip to the Infirmary was part of the orienta-
tion week program. Leaders used a microphone to
tons will sell for $2 each.
Lions Clubs help support the Over 15,000 University of Florida students signedup II IL__. t ? talk to groups waiting their turn outside the door.

Florida Eye Bank Association. for courses during the week-long registration 1a
Financial aid is given to hard- session in Florida Gymnasium. Classes begin Tues- Children Due Reading Awards

ship cases to help pay expensesof day (9/8) and all registration must be completedby ,,,
!''fr+lt : : xti.' books dur-
eye surgery. The Lions also September 10. : ? ? ., Smokey Bear Vacation that he has read ten
< iN..:< ," ,, the from the libraries -
provide eye glasses for the N a;.v/: :'':;: Reading Certificates earned by ing summer
needy. ,tpWGxOPd 4Tgb ?t' av Hdl4o3a10xa@ 911 children in Citrus, Levy or bookmobile of the

OFFICES CLOSE One hundred thirty-one orientation groups similar to the one above crisscrossed and Marion Counties will be presented -Central Florida Regional Li-
the University of Florida campus during the busy orientation week. The at early assemblies in 40 brary. 154 certificates will be
Weighty Case upper classman group leader was responsible for getting his charges to schools this fall. presented in Citrus County, 202
tests, meetings and counselor appointments on time. Each certificate is inscribedwith in Levy County and 555 in Mar-
KANKAKEE. (AP) The ON LABOR DAYThere'll the child's name and states ion County.
sheriff's office pondered this I
report Friday from Mrs. Anna be no labor on Labor Day for city county and

I Robbins of Pembroke township: state offices here who will join local businesses in closing Hearings on Cuba Travel .. OPEN TODAY
t Somebody stole her fat pig Monday. .
and 15 fat hens and left a skinny Both City Hall and Courthouse offices will be closed and I
pig and 15 skinny hens in their tomorrow's City Commission meeting will be held Tuesday at '
place. 7:30 p.m. Bring Violence Little FactWASHINGTON : Wilkinson 57'I
Public schools and the University of Florida will have a four- STAINLESS STEEL

The modern history of Chevy day week, with the UF opening its doors for the first ,time RAZOR BLADES List 79c

Chase Md., begins with S e n. Tuesday.The (AP) The done. It still has to question a Maher, who said he was a
Francis G. Newlands of Nevada Post Office banks and savings and loan institutionswill House Committee on UnAmerican witness who was hospitalizedafter member of the executive boardof r. /
who joined with Sen. William also be closed. Only special delivery services and holiday Activities has completedtwo a follower of the American the Student Trip To Cuba ALCOHOL
Stewart of Nevada to form the mail pickup service schedules will be maintained by the Post days of hearings that pro- Nazi party had attacked him Committee and had taken part 9c
Chevy Chase Land Co. in 1890. Office. duced a spurt of violence, end- despite the host of police and hi a similar excursion last I '::1 RUBBING COMPOUND49c
less harangues and very little marshals in the big committeeroom. summer denied he was either a Value
new information about student member of the Communist ':; y
travel to Cuba. The United States does not party or the Progressive Labor 1
Adult S chool Offers
Night The committee's work is not recognize Cuba and prohibits all Movement. The committee says I Hair Rollers
but offically sanctioned travel the Progressive Labor Movement I 37c .
I j to the Communist-governed is an offshoot of the.Com- BRUSH & MAGNETICALL
They're Solving island.So munist party but tends to follow SIZES List 1.00
Office ElectronicsRegistration
Training I far the committee has the Chinese Communist line
Problem Of
interrogated a participant, the rather than that of the Soviet PLUS TAX WHERE APPLICABLE M
Crowded Roads !!leader and an organizer of the Union. ..i REMEMBER: We Discount Every Item Every Day .
for adult voca- will be charged. This includes Tuesdays Irene Newton Typ- 1
1 trip that 84 young people madeto The committee has set no .', ,,
tional courses offered throughthe I cost of textbooks. ing, Wednesdays Ann Sanborn; P ,./ / /
PELICAN, Alaska (AP) -I Cuba this summer, defying a date for resumption of the
Alachua County Board of Certificates are presented on Stenoscript, Thursdays, Irene
,Pelican's pedestrians feel safer." ban by the State Department.All hearings, when it will call Mor- I
Public Instruction will be held successful completion of Newton; and Shorthand, Thurs- these days.A three repeated the same ton B. Slater, 21, of New York. NOW OPEN SUNDAySOPEN
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at :courses. days, Frances Anderson. boardwalk mainstreet things they had said many Slater was on the stand I
Gainesville High School. Classes will meet from 7.10 Three in serves as NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M.
courses electricityand
for this southeastern times before in news confer- Thursday when a follower of the
Registration for five coursesin p.m. Monday through Thurs- electronics will be taught by Alaska village of 150 fishermenand ences in Havana, New York and !American Nazi party leaped We Reserve The Right To Limit QUintities.SUPER .
office occupations will be in day. Following are the courses I Ralph E. Carroll. They are natives. There roads.It elsewhere and continually upon the witness stand and
the GHS Teaching Auditorium. to be offered, meeting days and E1 e ctronics Communications, are no
has, or had, three vehicles refused to say much else. attacked him. Slater was hospi- D DISCOUNT
Those interested in electronics teachers: Basic Electricity and Basic ;- a truck, automobile and When asked to discuss the talized for medical observationand CENTER
'I may sign up for three coursesin Bookkeeping Mondays Fran- Electronics. Meeting times I motorbike. intricacies of the trip's financ- could not appear at Friday's 9 West University Downtown .
the F. Anderson Office Ma- will be announced at .I
Drafting Shop. ces ; registration.
finances, hearing. _
I Joe York, 65, tooled along on ing, their own personal .
Fees of $10 for each course chines and Office Practice, '
--- his motorbike last Monday night.He .!or the part other people playedin I
lost control and veered into the trip, each witness invokedthe
Billy Worrell's truck. He suffered 5th Amendment to the Con- I SHOPSHOPSHOP
Assassination: Americans minor injuries. The motorbike stitution which provides protec-
was a total loss. tion against possibly self-incrim- I IiIil
With only two vehicles left in inating testimony.On .
town pedestrians don't worryso one occason Friday how- V IU IN GAINESVILLE
Grieved Their HeadsLOS much. ever, Albert Maher 22, of Houston -
Kept who the committee said had IJ5 UJ' JMIfc, Drop off your dry cleaning on

... millionaire's
Law's Lon Arm been described as a v mm mimm your way to work .. at any
ANGELES (AP) Less satisfaction. A violence-sated ; son, dropped the 5th ;#{ f K srf" B H Bt
than two hours after it hap- public could have shrugged off Also SpeedyCHICAGO I Amendment protection to an-I K y V K v B L of our plants, and pick it up

pened, 92 per cent of Americanshad Psychologists the tragedy. Or, "would we swer one question about his per- HJl F H J| A an your wa/home.
sonal finances.
heard of President John F. have been surprised, when the (AP) The long 6
Kennedy's assassination.Of Report Reactionmen alleged assassin was revealedas arm of the law isn't only long, Rep. George the F. Senner man ,if he DAriz.asked 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
1,400 adults Interviewed, an active leftist with a Russian it's fast. Take Thomas Pine, for young to
nine of 10 experienced one or wife if the public had responded -example. had contributed riot any money after the All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
incite street
more of 15 physical symptoms and women cried. to the event with a vast Four policemen sped to a a
during the four days climaxed! These are highlights of a wave of anti-Communist hysteria -!currency exchange Friday after passage of the ridiculous civil rights bill."That's I 2 DAY SPECIAL: Tues., Sept. 8, and Wed., Sept. 9

by the funeral. report, "Assassination! how ?" receiving a tip it would be tion," Maher a said, "just ques-like\ CLOSED LABOR DAY

Two-thirds "felt very nervous the American public responded The psychologists said, however robbed I this committee. The answer is I
," given Friday to the annual Pine, 20, was stopped by the I
and tense. be ableto
"It is
gratifying to no, but I consider this an insulting .1
A majority felt "sort of dazed meeting of the American Psy- report that none of these police 75 feet from the ex-' question." TROUSERS SKIRTS (plain)
and numb." chological Association.It reactions was characteristic of change. Police said he carried a ,

At some period most people- was prepared by Drs. PaulB. more than a very tiny fractionof pistol and a bag.
The pistol was a toy but the
Sheatsley and Norman M. the American \
bag bulged with bills $2,200 SUIT COATS SWEATERS
Bradburn of the National Opin-
Fair Most persons said they worth. ,
Jim ion Research Center at the I
dropped I whatever they were doing Pine was arrested after an .5
Loses Again University of Chicago. to listen to radio-television i i exchange clerk identified himas i ltmatldl
"The vast tide of public grief reports, discuss the assassination -) the robber. .
Must Pay Fees which welled up upon the assassination or quietly grieve. Less than \
of President Kennedy one in five could carry on nor t THE FAVORITE SPOT J I

TALLAHASSEE AP-A) U.s. among rich and poor, friend mal activities.In Tests Device : MEET IN TOWN FOR NOON TO J 5 for $1.95beautifully
District Court judge has dismissed -and foe, in all parts of the coun- the four days between as- LUNCH.
and funeral, WASHINGTON (AP) A I I ,706 W. UNIVER. AVE.
a lawsuit brought by try was probably unprece- sassination nearly nuclear device 'I
Jim Fair of Tampa seeking to dented in history," they wrote. half of the people interviewed Friday at the Atomic was exploded Energy

knock out the requirement that They said they regard the reported trouble sleeping. About Commission's underground test S
candidates for public office pay public's response to its grief as the same number had a loss of site in Nevada. It was the 14th

qualifying fees. "a remarkable demonstration of appetite.A such test announced this year
Fair has run many times for the political maturity and fun- "great majority" also expressed -and the first since Aug. 28.
office unsuccessfuly and paid damental good sense of the regret over the slayingof -
thousands of dollars in qualifying American people. the accused assassin Lee SHIRTS ( laundered & finished)
fees. But the secretary of The U.S. public could have Harvey Oswald. The report add- WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE! I
state's office refused to quality responded "in a number of ed: "About one-third specifically -
him when he declined to pay the undesirable ways" the researchers stated their sorrow that he Don't chance a heater that won't work'
fee to run for Congress earlier suggested. Political had been deprived of a fair Call today for our pre-season special! single. 25*

this year. opponents could have shown trial." I .
He then filed the suit But,-
1 Judge G. Harrold Carswell ruled HEATERS

I Friday that there was no controversy -'!\I For SALE or RENT
now, since the time 2 22each
or more.
for qualifying for the race had Chain Saws .

Jong since passed. CLEANEDCall
Water Pumps

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RollicksOn I Cement Trowlers cold snap to avoid fighting dry clean.

Skates I Lawn Mowers a temperature balky heater tumbles when and the $ 25 Odorless dry cleaning

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VANCOUVER B.C. AP) Earth Tampers i with emergency calls. R JUST ONE HOUR
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on his rollerskates. He's only 10 I HEATER CLEANED Plus 3Sales TaxI PLANT NO. 2

months Roger,old.whose mother says he': MYERS; POWER TOOLS I Large Stock $ tl O5' the most h DRP CEAxeR

began walking with help at two I' p /I USED HEATERS 20 And In Hit Gaiaejvid ShoppiI -.
weeks, tried out his older sister's I UpL I Center with Drive-la Service.
230 N.E. 16th Avenue 3-hour shirt UiimteriM; .od one PLANT NO. 3
skates Friday. SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS I 'PLANT NO. ,1" hour dry cluaillt.
3 hour shirt laundering aid
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Phone FR 6.3411 AVE.hour dry clesaiae.i
a CMvenieHt curb ser130 N.W. 10th
own pretty soon if he keeps on Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50 vice. Dry CluailtW and Shirt
going this way," said his father, I I Service.
-Stuart BeuteL I MYERS01 BETTER TOOLS CALL FR 29561C. !

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JR. 319 N.W. 13th ST.
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: : Expected Rise in Business

tt t; : :Spending May Have Strings r'. r: ANOTHER. : ELECTRIC RATE REDUCTION tI. Al lllJ 1 ....

r.Jl\ SJf IB $ark .f QJimra time payment loans were.and tighter credit policy might '

'J.. :. f t By ALBERT L. KRAUS up, repayments continued near have been instituted. Htg"..W'k This one applies to large-use commercial
The reinforced -
r the record levels of recent suggestion was
f i YORK A quickening
months. by the fact that the new
f 1 1 pace of business expansion, but The vigor of the expansions I eve 1 would have been even
'$1. no runaway boom is the pic- ryesA and small industrial customers
.' tare that continues to emerge confirmed elsewhere. Auto- lower a net deficit or bor- ,
indicat mobile stocks continue to b e rowed reserve figure of $30 *
from economic
the o rs.
whittled down through aggressive -million if the preceding
i There suggestions,
are strong selling that runs close to week's total had not been revised schools and churches. -
however, that the nation's mon-
: : may have begun 20 per cent ahead of a year upward sharpley.
: ey managers
to draw the reins tighter.Of ago. Exports grow, but imports The government securities

the New 'grow faster, hacking away at market, however, preferred to 4 . t
the nation's trade surplus. In withhold judgment. The PANZER .
1 statistics published ,
last WeekBusiness July, new figures show, export'r egular weekly offering of .* 'I. AN'
5 cent but imports bills To .
s week two rose per three month treasury Open
sets are perhaps In rose 6 per cent. And consumers augmented by an additional .
who initially channeled some $100 million, showed 1 i t tIe
the most
I significant. of the cut in their income taxes change in rate. The sale, heldon < MedicalPractice

A One attests tol I into savings, are. perhaps di- Friday because of the holl-
the vitality of verting more funds into spend day Monday, produced an average -
business spending, the other to ing. August savings bond sales rate of discount. of 3.514 $800,0
the vitality of consumer spend were below the July level, although per cent compared with 3.5121
with redemptions were down per cent last Monday.The James D. Panzer, a 1963
ing. But in each case, as
almost every other current in- also. stock market continuedto graduate of the University of
reflect the strength that developed -Florida College of Medicine,
dicator, there is a tempering Somewhat unexpected was ,
with the postponementof will open an office T u e sday
offset. week incans
the rise last the deadline in the automo- at 2910 NW 13th Street for the
The strength of business business the larger
1 to by bile labor negotiations, with i practice of general medicine.Dr. .
spending is evidenced by the banks. The' $154
New York .
City prices and volume both moving Panzer, a native of Cleve- INCENTIVE FOR -
f newest government survey o :f distributed
million increase widely ahead. land, is a 1951 graduate of Mi- :
business men's plans to buy
all borrowing
i among g The New York Times 50- ami University. (Oxford, Ohio).
new plant and equipment categories brought to $164 stock combined index endedat He received his master of science .
Made in August, the survey in- million the rise since midyearand 501.23, up 6.73 for the week. I and doctor of philosophy *
dicates that capital outlays with of:
contrasted drop
Volume came to 21,310,154 com- degrees from Ohio State Uni-
this year will total $44.21 billion J133 million in the 1963 period.
last pared with 18,183,790 in the versity. He was a member of
again of 13 cent over
Even less expected was the previous> week and 24,505,660in the faculty of South Dakota
year. drop in net free reserves of thenation's the comparable week a year State Teachers College from
Business spending on plant ..

,and equipment by the moderation is offset considerably in accumulation --are the reserve banking member system. banks' ago.Although special situat ions 1957 After to 1959.graduation from the ADDED TO THE $3,415,000 SAVINGS IN ANNUAL ELECTRIC
Federal Reserve have in
of the of Florida
inventories. Fac- continued to dominate the mar- University Collegeof
of .
tory new orders, for instance, excess their borrowings of requirements from the less cen- ket, perhaps the most signifI- Medicine, Dr. Panzer serv- BILLS ALREADY PRODUCED BY FLORIDA POWER'S
rose reassuringly 4 per cent ink cant development was the fact ed a one-year internship at
tral banking system. that both General Motors and Mound Park Hospital in St. Pe-
July, ending a two month de-
cline. And shipments were up They form the base upon Chrysler reached new highs on tersburg. He has published sev- 1962 REDUCTION IN CUSTOMER RATES

3 cent. But manufacturers'. which member banks may expand -successive days, despite the eral scientific papers in the
per their deposits, and th u s threat of an automobile strike. field of virology and is included 5 s
1 raw materials, goods in process their loans and investments. in American Men of Science In October our fourth rate reduction since World War II goes into effect.
and shelf stocks showed a
gain of less than one tenth of When the monetary authorities Dade Give and Leaders in American Sci- These lower rates apply to schools, churches
1 cent. 'want to check the growth o f May ence. He is a member of Sigma .

# The per of consumer bank loans, they can pull down Metro Job.To Xi, Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi and large-use commercial and small industrial customers.
t strength the level of net free reserves- Sigma and Phi Mu Alpha honorary -

buying plans is evidenced by principally by selling government Head of CAB fraternities.Dr. Lower electric rates provide a further incentive to business concerns who are lookingfor
the rise in in-
sharp consumer securities in the open Panzer is married to the
stallment credit in July after an new locations to consider the areas served by Florida Power Corporation.
market or failing to buy; I MIAMI (APDade Countyhas former Jane Borreson of Green-
small in June.
unusually gain
i enough.To offered Alan head of field Ohio. They have one .
The Federal Reserve Board Business expansion means new job opportunities, new payrollsand
I Idaughter
Haley Pan-
the Civil Aeronautics anda
put the July increase in installment many people, the sharp
credit outstanding at I decline of $104 million to $44 former Miamian, the $30,000- zer. new purchasing power from which local residents stand to benefit.

$483 million after seasonal adjustment 'million last week in this key' a-year job of county manager,
fc? compared with a indicator of monetary tightness it was reported Saturday.The Castro Plans
rise of only $370 million in indicates that the authorities Miami Herald said in a $3,415,000Most

June. might not simply have erred in dispatch from its Washington Joint Schooling,

l4} But the figure was still well! failing, to. provide! sufficient re- bureau that Boyd interested Army ServiceMIAMI customers received a reduction in electric rates in May, 1962.
below the average for th eYear's serves to carry the banking system and would come to Miami, to ... -
first quarter, $510 mil-, over the Labor:Day .week- talk with commissioners. about (APMilitary) serv- < These (lower rates saved our.customers total. of $3,415,000 *. :si i
lion. And while extensions of end. It suggested that a new the I
ice and pre-university trainingwill in their electric bills. As electric usage continues to rise,
be combined for Cuban

youths who wish to continue in these savings, too, will continue increase in the fufyre. ..

Kennedy Consultant on Arts Prime school, Minister it was Fidel announced


_: To Speak at VF Convocation solution teachers of will graduate cut Friday short night the education worryof "This- SMALL INDUSTRIAL CUSTOMERS..

t I. the .youths and their iami
i August Heckscher, who serv- dealing with current He apparently referred to a
; ed President Kennedy as Special I books and classics. recent announcement by Ha-

Consultant on the Arts, speaksat ,. ., "\ I I In 1962, President Kennedy vana radio that 16yearoldsmust the new rate reduction will add another $800,000 to these

the University of Florida'sannual sked.Heckscher his register for military serv-
to join .
Convocation annual savings In electric bills of schools and churches ,
,..,. Scholarship a staff in the White House as Spe- ice to start at age 17. ,
September 21. r: EYS+rd cial Consultant on the Arts, a In a 75-minute speech heard and of large-use commercial and small industrial customers.
He will speak on "The Qualityof post> created to shape possibilities in Miami over the Havana Ra-
American Life." for a more fruitful relationship 'dio, Castro said, "We are goingto

Now Director of the Twentieth be between the arts and national open military training cen- OUR CONTINUING JOB... -
"* :Century Fund, a research and life. ters (for youths) as soon as they

educational organization in the He has served Art Com- finish elementary school- .
field of economic and social issues mission for the City of New York ing. There will be centers of This further reduction in rates Is one more indication of our .dedicationto

Heckscher's career spans and as chairman of the Boardof military train in g and stud- maintaining the steady downward trend In the unit cost of electricity.
the worlds of education, journa- the International Council of ies will follow. In this way, the %
lism and public service. He was the Museum of Modern Art. He military obligation will be satis- Providing the finest electric service at steadily decreasing'' I

I chief editorial writer for the 3,a was author of the report on 'The fied.
New York Herald Tribune be-' Quality of American Culture' for costs is our continuing jobl: I

fore assuming, his present posi- the President's Commission' Recent Graduate
tion. National Goals ((1960)) and is

The Scholarship Convocation moderator of the program Plans PracticeOf : c This action of Florida Power Corporation was made possible by a ;
recognizes University of Florida "Books of Our Times" which
:.students who have excelled in HECKSCHERvard won television's Peabody Dentistry decision of the Florida Public Utilities Commission. The Commission"J

their academic work and is the Award in 1963. I Lamar Hatcher Jr., DOS, a Is a State Agency comprised of officials elected by the general public to .

traditional forum for announcement has written He holds offices on many edu- June graduate of Emory Uni- L regulate rates and practices of Investor-owned utility companies. / ...
of the top campus scholarship cational boards. He is vice- versity's College of Dentistry, .
and award winners. It' is several books, the latest"being chairman of the Board of Trustees -has associated with J. L. Kirk-
I !bile of the two formal convoca- "The Public Happiness, pub- ot the New School for Social land Jr., DDS, at 211 SW 4th t .. ,
Jions of the academic year, the lished in 1962. He conducts ,an Research, a Trustee of. Ave. in general dentistry prac- .

other being commencement. hour program each week on. Mount Holyoke College and of : .. t :
TV tice.Hatcher
Educated at Yale and Har- New York's Educational St. Paul's School, Associate Fellow a Gainesville High '

of Jonathan Edwards College School graduate, is the son of
in Yale University; Gov- Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hatcher

'Road Fund Loan ernor of the Yale University Sr. of Gainesville. He attendedthe -r 7,7z'21e/
Press and a Fellow of the American University of Florida and
Academy of Sciences. He was graduated from Emory den- .,

served two terms as Presidentof tal school in June. I. ffl FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
the Woodrow Wilson Foundation He lives at home with his

Ignites DisputeTALLAHASSEE parents. rotor TAX-PA rweav rope-owxm ELECTRIC CQUPJWf .

(AP-An) old i also that the department might
$5 million loan of secondary loperate its vehicles more ef- Court Ruling May Allow

highway money has touched off fectively.
exchange between the Some employes drew 10 centsa
another Limitsperior
State Set Juice
state auditor and the State Road mile reimbursement for using
their own cars while vehiclessat
secondary highway mon- in the motor pool, the report LAKELAND (APA federal product," Homer E.

is spent by counties. The added.In court ruling has cleared the way Hooks, commission general
state ey alone can spend the primary -: addition, 45 employes drew for Florida to set its own stand- manager, said. "This could be
fund. allowances of $15 to $35 a month'ards for frozen concentrate or- done only through commission

In an audit report for the 12 to use in leasing automobiles as ange juice, the Florida Citrus standards establishing higheror

months ended June 1, 1963, needed but the allowance apparently commission said Friday. : more restrictive require-
State Auditor Eernest Ellison weren't based on mfl The Food and Drug Adminis- ments."

noted that the loan, made dur- age. Some employes who traveled tration announced earlier this: Hooks said the court or- eY
ing the Collins Administration least had the largest allowances -year that it would set all stand-' der was issued on a joint order ,

had not been repaid. the report said. I ards on processed citrus prod- for remand of the FDA stand- ;,
The repayment could have In reply, Phillips said itl ucts. The citrus commission appealed -ards' of identity. The FDA and I
wasn't always cheaper to use a the decision to the 5th commission counselors i
the agreedon
,been financed from primary lease Circuit Court of asking . ,.,. ., i
vehicle. The Appeals, '
,road fund, the report said. motor' pool the remand motion after negotiation ... .;lIl:' W "f. 1..:El. :" f :.;' ,.i. t .. '..,.' ; !
In rebuttal, Road Board allowance arrangement cost an Florida be exempt. Hooks said. I ...".">. : )f'-7 <" Fw.C': "'"<" "' '" ., 1'h.,"." j'J. v ; : &vi' i

Chairman John Phillips said it average of 4.4 cents a mile, he'' "We welcomed the standardsfor ', _...". ,- 1.' _' :. I i\:.
The order would allow the
to -said, compared to 6 cents ;a concentrate produced in oth ,".,
had not been practicable repay
FDA to Florida to set
permit up
states but felt Florida
mile for travel in a stateownedcar. er '
: the money. permitted to produce a su- its own standards, Hooks said.
The audit report suggestedew

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1. DEAR ABBY 00 : 4buaioul tAYsD ( Vat TALK:TOO MUCH DO I/X1( Rfi\L11 TIINK! SOl ,

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Face the FactsAbigail eral! reply, write to Abby, Box 3365 ;; ii I 1 j
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Beverly Hills, Calif.; 90 U, and ..J.1

include a self-addressed< stamped en- :. I
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\ en velo p e. Abby answers all mail. 1
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DEAR ABBY: Two years ago I had an affair with a woman DEAR ABBY: My husband and I were at our club recently, Splendid.svo' -GY1-5 8.-N DCW'1' (-SHORE GlAD HE

who left her husband and children to live with me. I left my and while dancing with an eligible bachelor who has beena : III wait j { W-WiLL? KNOW WNUTA D1DNrAX MEIF 1AHGOTAWA

wife and children, too, but I couldn't stay away from them soT hunting friend of my husband's for years, something he + I ouget FRIEN :'17y5 here-for LONG WA XES
said left me with mixed emotions. He said, "If anything ever f lend? finally
broke up with this woman. After I left her, she F
happens to your husband, I want you. I confess I was both
claimed the last child she bad was mine. It could be, so I flattered and disturbed. How would you have taken that remark -

have been hiding all this from my wife, but we've been havingso ? j1d
many arguments over money lately that she suspects me OVERWHELMEDDEAR x.C"

of keeping this woman. If I stop giving her money, I'm OVERWHELMED: As a warning. Don't let your r
husband go hunting with this "friend"
afraid she'll take me to court and the mess will be known. any

If I keep giving her money, I'll lose my wife. I want to save DEAR ABBY: I started trying to remember the last time 9.5t V

my marriage because I could never be happy with this other my husband gave me a compliment or told me that he lovedme 0

woman. I've already .hurt my wife so much, I don't want to and, Abby, it had been so many years ago I couldn't
hurt her any more. Please answer in your column. I can't remember. 1

get mail at home. Thank you. Then one day last week I heard you say on the radio that \t

TROUBLED the way to get love was to give it. So that night when my hus- 'THAT WUZ PLUMB I NEVER EVEN i

DEAR TROUBLED: You need a lawyer. To submit to black- band was helping me dry dishes, I suddenly put my arms FBI?, ;:/c/ SOCIABLE OF'lEiMIZ KNOWED HE
mail for the rest of your life is unnecessary. If she does take around his neck and said, "Darling, do you know that I love L ( LEDBETTERFEED1N' WUZ HERE /

you to court: and the mess "becomes known," it shouldn't you?" 1 I- LEETLE n 1 1a

shock your wife too much because she knew you left her to He was so overcome, he almost dropped the cup he was N JUGHA1D HIS SUPPER ,.( 1T

live with another woman. Let the law decide how much, if drying. Then he kissed me like I hadn't been kissed in years! t 3 ( LAST NIGHT F

anything, the other woman is entitled to. And pay up like a ,I just can't tell you how much it meant to both of us, Abby.I (J

man, if you must. am 62 and he is 64. I1
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June offers to substitutefor (Color) Fess Parker dons Mayo, Robert Douglas,
and Afternoon
Morning Dave's vacationing his coonskin cap for Aline MacMahon. ((90 Ref.U.&PEt.a4

6:55 D (Color) Living Words secretary, and Dave can't "Davy Crockett's Keel- min.) 14bvSM 1M

7:00 O (Color) Relevant think of a nice way to say boat Race." CD l\Iovie-Crime

Religion no. The Nelsons portray O My Favorite Martian "Captive City." (1952) A I

7:30 CD Gospel Caravan themselves. June: June Mrs. Brown is taking a Young newspaper editor I

8:30 CD Gospel Songs Blair. correspondence course in uncovers a fantastic tale

8:35 O Sen. George Smathers detective work, and she of crime and corruptionin GIVE US THE KEY BY THE WAY MR.5ANTEu., RICK! GIVE HIM/ THIS FIFTY AND i
5:30 Is
8:400 Lippy the Lion O Danger My practices by snooping on his community. John TO SUITE 804/ THERE'S ENTLEMAN 'TELLHMTO GET OUT OF
9:00 O You Are There Uncle Martin. Forsythe, Joan Camden, BARHE5AY5HE5YOUR

O TV Gospel Time (Color) "Alligator Wres 8:00: O Ed SullivanIn Harold J. Kennedy, Ray I BROTHER b
tler." A Seminole Indian Teal. ?"
9:30 O Bible AnswersO
Gospel Songs living on an island off Miami a show taped earlier I; ::
his income this season, the guestsare MONDAY My 3I .9 v ?
CD Together We Worship the Kim Sisters, Italian y
10:00 O Rosh Hashonah by wrestling alliga- recording stars Rita Morning And Afternoon if (
Special-Documentary tors for the entertainment 6:10 CD Continental Classroom I ;
I Pavone and Enzo Stuarti, T
1 (Special) "Out of theAshes" of tourists.O and one of America's favorite 6:15 Q ScopeO I r r
Amateur Hour Mack Summer Semester
t' documents the :
clowns, Bert L hr.
history of the Jewish CD Blue Angels The tap-dancing Stepp 6:30 O World Civilization
"The Duster." Miles Saw- 6:40 CD Color Words
community in the Neth Brothers perform and the ( ) Living
erlands. (60 min.) yer wonders why his crop- Two Carmenas present 6:45 O Pastor's Study IIo.o
duster can't keep insects CD Hi Neighbor I ,
their head-to-head balanc-
out of the fields. 6:50 O Farm and Home
"Lamp Unto :My Feet"and
act. Other
{ ing guests
6:00 O CD Meet The Press 7:00 O CD
"Look Up and Live"are child saxophonist Attila Today \ --YOU WANT
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pre-empted. (Color) Attorney General Galamb, and comedians Scheduled guest: Author .6UM5 EADTSON EAp V ALEXANDER o EA fMR.O
who will r HELL >. BUMSTEAO
Ashley Montagu
CD Relevant Religion Robert F. Kennedy, who London Lee and Pat But- + THE MR.f3 LNG ? r1G
discuss children and child- PHONEoA ,
this week NewYork's tram. Ray Bloch conductsthe e ark h
: 10:30 O Faith for Today sought care. Hugh Downs. (Two 3 SPEa
Democratic nomi- orchestra.
CD "Frontiers of Faith" hours)
nation for the U. S. Sen-
11:00 O Image U.S.A. 8:30 O CD Grindl O Local News II6a
O Church ServiceD ate, is interviewed in New I f.
Grindl tries to provide an
7:05 O Ranger Hal
York City. Lawrence E.
and His
Rocky "active retirement" '
program 1:500 Local News
Friends Spivak is the host.
for an old railroad
8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
O Twentieth Century
11:30 O Flight man. Guest cast includes
9:00 O Divorce Court
of the Damned"traces
CD Beany and Cecil Jay C. Flippen and Frank O Bachelor Father
the life of
12:00 O Revival military
.. O Cartoons the Red Army General Aletter. CD (Color) Romper _- .

I CD Bugs Bunny Andrei Vlasov. A hero in 9:00 O CD Bonanza Room awY

12:15 O Baseball- the World War H battle of (Color) "No( Less a Man." 9:30 O People Are Funny -

I Giants vs. Phillies Moscow, Vlasov was later With the notorious Wag- CD Jack La Lanne BEING TERRIBLY NEARSIGHTED/ THryeF VERY IM SURE I WOULDN'T

CD Movie-Adventure captured by the Germans ner, gang on the loose,. 10:00 Q Make Room for MARY SHOULDN'T HAVE TAKEN gECOMING M1Y DEAR! KNOW ABOUT THAT! ,

"Tarzan's Desert :Mys- during the seige of Lenin- Virginia City's citizens de- DaddyO w ;..HURRJE5THROUGH I BE OHI!YOUR ZINES THESE. OFF.FOOUSHANrry ON! M/ FART -IN FACT, I WAS JUST
grad. Vlasov was given a cide to replace their aging News THINKING-COUEGE GIRLS
tery. (1943)) There's PARDON I GUESS!
division of Russian war sheriff.O CD Cameras Please THE ,, GET MORE ATTRACTIVE
trouble for Tarzan I
when Nazi agents invade prisoners to fight the Burke's Law-Mystery 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for 0 a BEAUTY AND BRAINS DO t ,
I Communist regime. For- Burke discovers that the 1
the jungle. Johnny Weiss-
J German officer Wil- accident that i r
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O I Love Lucy
Nancy Kelly. ((90 k a
fried Strik-Strikfeldt and killed couturier Benjamin 10:55 O CD News JL
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12:30 O Oral Roberts Prof. Alexander Dallinof Glory was caused by sab- 11:00 O CD Concentration MM

1:00 O Christopher Program Columbia University otage, and the only sus- O McCoys -f. c _

"Pick the Best Reading." discuss the antiCommunist pect is Keekee Lee, the 11:30 O CD (Color) JeopardyO 4 ; II KA5E
activity in Russia dur- victim's business MvEE
Members of the Citizens partner. Pete and Gladys N I
for Decent Literature ing World War II. Walter Guest cast includes Joan 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When
Cronkite narrates. Blondell, Nina Foch and, O Love of Life
make some practical sug-
6:30 O News, Sports, Gisele MacKenzie. 12:25 O News
how the
gestions on aver-
Weather 12:30 O CD Truth or
age citizen can raise the 10:00 O Du Pont Show -
standard of reading mat O Mister EdComedy"Mae ConsequencesO I I ...EVERY KIND OF rTHEY: CANY S7W5TTKS; ENGINES/ OUR CREWS ARa: _, WHERES THAT BLOPP .
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1:30 O Baseball- after hearing how she wife of oft-married G. F. 1:00 O News, Weather # I CUT 1M THE.SQUAWK,, FE CANE LIKE ON A BOARD HJRitii P 1'r RIGHTOJf'OFTHE F'OLIGB STATION! (

Braves vs. Reds pampers her horses. Springer is sure he's hold O Midday 7NE :. -.
%:00 CD "Littlest Hobo CD (Color) News ing out some cash on her CD TV Bingo tr, ali 80'7. .

i _2:30 CD Hootenanny 7:00 O Bill DanaComedy"Jose divorce settlementand 1:15 O Focus 2 S i' = / I :
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3:00 O Movie-Ad\'enture he is. But Springer stashed -
is the
the Playboy"
t "The Big Trees." (1952)) the nest egg away 25 Make a Deal .-d q/ : WHO AZ\ rr
creation of Eddie who
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logging and can't !f
An unscrupulous years ago, remember '
has fixed his y
up buddy (Debut) 4r I IL
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I with a gorgeous debutante. O As the World Turns FrC
with the intentions vented at the time he deposited -
Eddie wants Jose to pre- 2:00 O CD Loretta YoungO ,)
the home- it where the 1i '
of swindling or .
tend he's a wealthy Ar- ;
.J steaders out of their bank is. Script by Robert Password i ; _
f r land. Kirk Douglas, Pa- gentinian.O LassieDramaThis Van Scoyk. ((60 min.) Celebrity guests this week

J trice Wymore,.Eve Miller. O Candid Camera are Piper Laurie and l -

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3:30 CD Movie-Drama season wtih a three-part era's" longest runninggag 2:30 O CD DoctorsO g 1 TOLD .ilIA

"Corvette K-225." ((1943)) story that tells how Lassie the too-heavy .suit- House Partv seel .l./j TO COMB -_
During World War II, the and the Martin family case-as filmed in England 3:00 O CD Another- World Si SJ WJ.teN HE L

crew of a British corvette separate and how Lassie France, the U. S. O To Tell the Truth \HEARD liS

i in the North Atlantic is acquires a new master, and Russia. A new se- 3:25 O News CAlL!
menaced by the enemy forest ranger Corey quence from West Ger- 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't \ .I 3 t.rr

i! from the sea. Randolph Stuart. In tonight's first many's version of "Can Say 4J 9

; Scott, Robert Mitchum. espisode, the last one the did Camera" has electro- O Edge of Night 4j 1 1r

((90 min.) Martins appear in, Tim- magnates holding down 4:00 O Match GameD 5I j .

: 4:00 O Not for Hire-Mystery my's parents inform him the suitcase. Secret Storm I .r, ;f i1i J I-
4:30 O Star and Story that the family is movingto CD Olympic Trials CD (Color) Poneje's Pals :n %
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"5:00 O Topic cause.of a quarantine law. Actor Tony Randall joins Comedy

;' *. O CBS Sports Timmy: Jon Provost panelists Bennett Cerf, (Debut) This half-hour NOW XKESTEJf.-PULL OP THE WHAT..WHAT T IP YOU'RE
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tennis competition, taped "The Drop OuL" Rich- CD (Color) News, Weather Beaver; Tony Dow is
"" yesterday at the Germantown ard's going to quit high 11:15 O Movie-Adventure Wally.

(Pa.) Cricket Club. school unless Pattyand "The Flame and the AT CD Movie-Comedy I

This elimination tournament her family can talk row." (1950)) An oppressed "As Young as You FeeL"

which started Wed- him out of it Patty and people led by a good- ((1951)) An elderly employee -

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; '". MONDAY evening, TUESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I

T V Monday Evening I. Toole, Dick Powell is host. (Two hours, 30 min.) O Hollywood And The 10:00 O O Sing Along ley-Harmer. Ed McMahon CD (Color) Romper Room CD (Color) Cameras I

5:00 Q Best of Groucho I O Rawhide 8:00 O I've Got A Secret Stars (Color) Mitch and the Skitch Henderson. 9:30 0 People Are Funny 1:15 CD Focus 2 1

. 4 O Adventures Inn "Incident at Rio Doloro- 8:30 0 Vacation Playhouse. gang hoW a musical family O Jack La Lanne 1:30 O CD (Color) Let's Makea
LI Paradise so." Rowdy and Wishbone 'Variety "Birth of a Star" followsthe reunion. TUESDAY 10:00 O Make Room for Daddy Deal

I Jt I 5:25 Q Moments in Sports get into a fight with Orson Bean is host and career of starlet Ste- Morning and Afternoon Please O As the World Turns
5:30 the Maldenado fanie Powers, one of the 10:30 CD Compass 12 -
Q Newscope brothers, performer for 30 taped 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 1:55 O CD News
I 5:55 CD (Color) Local who demand a fee for minutes of zany comedy actresses struggling for Discussion 10:30 O CD Word for Word

i:00 O News, Weather, letting the herd cross sketches, improvisationsand Hollywod fame. Joseph 11:00 O O News, Weather American Government: O I Love Lucy 2:00 O CD Loretta Young
Sports their property. musical selections.The Cotten narrates. O Password
Sports 10:55 Q CD News
6:30 O News Chet CD Movie-Drama Serendipity Singers 9:30 O Andy Griffith Trade and Aid. ,11:00 Q CD Concentration 2:30 O CD Doctors .
Huntley, David "AI Capone." ((1959)) The provide the latter. Joining CD (Color) News, 6:15 Q Scope O House party

J 0 News-Cronkite story of Al Capone and Orson for the comedyare While Andy is on vacation, Weather O McCoys -
I 7:00 O Zan Grey his rise to the top of Chi Avery Schreiber, Mina Barney and his deputy Sports, O Humanities CS 11:30 Q CD (Color) Jeopardy 3:00 O CD Another WorldOToTelltheTruth

I "A Gun for My 0'I. cago's underworld duringthe Kolb, Dick Shael and Ar- Gomer take over, and 11:25 O Movie 6:30 Q World Civilization O Pete and Gladys

The daughter of a Prohibition era. Rod lene Golonka. The brief also manage to get them- "Above and Beyond." The 6:40 O (Color) Living Words 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When 3:25 O News

cattleman elopes with Steiger, Fay Spain, Mur- opening sketch is likelyto selves locked up in a cell. story of Col. Paul Tibbets, O Love of Life 3:30 O CD (Color) You Don't
f of her father's vyn Vye, James Gregory.Two raise the blood pres- CD Fugitive pilot of the plane that 6:45 O Pastor's Study Say -
'.. hands. Then she ( hours) sure of the American bombed CD HI 12:25 0 News
Hiroshima Neighbor
that her new husband 7:30 O Movie Medical Association. Jim "Angels on 6:50 12:30 Q CD (Color) Truth or O Edge of Night
O Farm and
1945. Robert Home
Roads conclusion of Taylor, Eleanor -
4:00 Match Game
a fugutive from (Color) Monday Night at 1 McGinn is the producer. episode. A Parker. ,Two hours) 7:00 Q CD Today ,ConsequencesO
a two-part
Jed Eddie the Movies "David and ':00 O Thomas O Secret Storm
Ii Wiley: : ,I Danny
I of hoodlums on 11:30 O CD Tonight O News, Weather
J Ellen Morrow: J a Bathsheba." (1952)) When When he pays Danny a couple Kimble 7:05 0 Ranger Hal Search for Tomorrow CD (Color) Popeye's Pals

4., Greer, Roger famine sweeps the land, visit, Uncle Tonoose reveals motorcycles run off (Color) Comedian Alan 12:45 O Guiding Light
Onslow Stevens. Nate the Israelites blame their that he's about to and Sister Veronica King steps in as substitute 7:50 0 Local News, Weather 12:530 CD News 4:25 Q News
road. Guest
';1 I ers: Chris Alcaide. plight on their monarch, take a wife. Kathy: Marjorie the host. Johnny Carson returns 1:00 O News, Weather 4:30 0 Leave It To Bea\'er-
Eileen Heckart 8:00 0 Captain .
cludes Kangaroo
t Akins: Robert King David, who has stol- Lord. Tonoose: Hans tomorrow night. O Midday O Best of Groucho
and Ruta 9:00 Q Divorce Court
.1 wife of one of his en the affections of the Conried. Rusty Hamer, Albert Salmi Scheduled guests include CD Movie

I Storekeeper: Ollie wile of one of his soldiers. Matilda: Florence Halop. Lee.M Canadian songstress Shir- O Bachelor Father CD (Color) TV Bingou "Pushover"

TUESDAY evening, WEDNESDAY 'til 5 p.m. I THURSDAY evening, FRIDAY 'til 5 p.m. I

11 Tuesday Evening I crossing a crocodile-in- Donald Voorhees con O Bachelor Father Thursday Evening Corby for ,plagiarizingone 11:30 O O Johnny Carson 12:25 0 News

6:00 O News, Sports, Weather fested river. Also shown: ducts. I CD (Color) Romper Room 5:00 O Wells Fargo of his ideas. (Color) Scheduled guests 12:30 O O (Color) Truth or

6:30 O CD News-Chet Hunt- tribal initiation rites of O Hollywood: The Great 9:30 O People Are Funny O Mike Douglas 9:30 Q CD New Christy Min- include Gig Young of Consequences _
ley David Brinkley the leopard men's society, StarsDocumentarySpecial CD Jack La Lanne 5:25 Q Moments in Sports strels "The Rogues" and voca-

O,News Cronkite an outlawed cannibal ( ) Henry Fonda 10:00 O Make Room for 5:30 O Greatest Headlines (Color) Comedian Fred list Sarah Vaughn. Ed O Search for Tomorrow

cult. narrates this study of the Daddy 5:55 CD News, Weather, Sports Smoot joins the Minstrelsat McMahon. 12:45 O Guiding Light

'' 7:00 0 M Squad 8:30 O Moment of Fear development of Hollywood's O News 6:00 O News, Sports, Weather Pacific Ocean Park, FRIDAY 12:55 Q CD News
::1 "The Man Who Lost His "star system"from CD (Color) Cameras 6:30 Q 0 CD News 1:00 O News, Weather
Brain." Crooks "And Practically Strangers. Santa Monica, for a va Morning and Afternoon
hijack a
I 4 ." Alan Mitchell is as- the days of silent Please 7:00 O Rifleman cation frolic. 6:10 D Continental Classroom O Midday
computer electronics en firm route and to demand an signed to work with his films to the modern era., 10:30 O O (Color) Word for "Second Witness." Lucasis 10:00 O Kraft Suspense American Government ti; CD (Color) TV Bingo
Word 1:15 Q Focus 2
brother Hugh on a nu CD (Special) Billy Graham asked to testify in a Theatre "The United Nations and
a huge sum O I Love Lucy 1:30 CD (Color) Let's Makea
for its return. clear-bomb project for murder case, even thoughone (Color) "The Case Against Its Agencies"

money O The Saint Mystery the Army, but there is 11:00 O O CD News, 11:00 10:55 O O CD CD News Concentration witness has been Paul Ryker." A U. S. 6:15 Q Scope O Deal Science
between the two killed-and the murdereris court-martial hands
Diamonds." hostility Weather Army O Summer Semester
"The Rough Sports
Uttershaw hands because of Alan's feel- O McCoys still at large. down a death sentence in 6:30 Q World Civilization O As the World Turns'"
his diamond ing that he always had to 11:25 O Movie-Drama 11:30 O CD (Color) Jeopardy O Movie the trial of a GI accusedof 6:40 O (Color) Living Words 1:55 CD News

slgnment over to a waiting cpn- take a back seat to his "Home in Indiana." ((1944)A ) O Pete and Gladys "Stars in My Crown." treason in Korea. This 6:45 0 Pastor's Study 2:00 Q O Loretta Young
12:00 Q CD Color When
( )
1 brother. man comes to Say Narrated by Marshall first of two Color Hi O Password
armored van-and later younger' young of Life story, parts, CD ( ) Neighbor
t learns that he is the vic CD McHale's Navy the home of an old horse 12:25 O O News Love Thompson, this film will be concluded next 6:50 O Farm and Home 2:30 O CD Doctors

tim of a hijack plan. Virgil's girl friend breeder who was once chronicles a post Civil week. 7:00 Q O Today O House Party
Color Truth
12:30 Q CD
( ) or
CD Battle Line-Documentary Babette stows away on quite a success and beginsto War preacher's trials and O Nurses O Local News, Weather 3:00 Q CD Another World
PT-73. train a colt. Walter Consequences tribulations. Joel McCrea, "The Witch of the East 7:05 Q Ranger Hal
O Search for Tomorrow O To Tell The Truth
Jim Bishop describes 9:00 O D Richard Boone Brennan, Lon McCallis- 12:45 O Ellen Drew, Dean Stock- Wing" is nurse Irma Dow- 7:50 O Local News, Weather 3:25 O News
Guiding Light
l MacArthur's return to the "First Sermon." A young ter Jeanne Crain, June well, Lewis Stone, Amanda ney, who rules Ward D 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
12:55 Q CD News
doubtful of his Haver. Blake Alan in her 3:30 O IB (Color) You Don't
in 1944 and priest, Hale. own tyrannical 9:00 O Divorce Court
Philippines ,
1:00 O News, Weather .. Say
the battles of Leyte, Luzy ability to address his pa- 11:30 O O Johnny Carson 7:30 O Temple Houston way-without really terrorizing uacneior rawer .

'p on and Manila. rishioners, forget his fears WEDNESDAYMorning O Midday "Do Unto Others, Then anyone. CD (Color) Romper Room O Edge of Night

; 7:30 O D Mr. Novak- when an old woman tells CD (Color) TV Bingo Gallop." A whispering CD (Special) Billy Graham -! 9:30 O People Are Funny 4:00 O Match Game

him that a strange man is and Afternoon 1:15 O Focus 2 campaign charges that CD Jack La Lanne O Secret Storm
I "Fare Thee Well." Miss waiting anxiously to see 6:10 O Continental Classroom 1:30 Q O Science As the World Turns Houston murdered an un- 11:00 Q 0 CD News, Weather. 10:00 O Make Room for CD Popeye's Pals
him. armed
man. Sports Daddy 4:25 Q News
Cathy Williams is going American Government:
4*. to become a mother, but O Petticoat Junction Prof. Peter H. Odegard CD Let's Make a Deal 8:30 Q CD Dr. Kildare 11:25 O Movie O News 4:30 0 Leave It to Beaver

she wants to graduate Uncle Joe is promoting a talks about "The United 1:55 CD News Yvette Mimieux In "All About Eve." The CD Cameras Please CD Movie-Western

with her senior class, and talent contest, and he States and the Common 2:00 O CD Loretta Young "Tyger, Tyger. ." Part 1 public does not know all 10:30 Q CD (Color) Word for "When the Daltons Rode."

I.;f she doesn't want to tell tries to make sure that Market." O Password of a two-part TV GUIDE about Eve Harrington, Word ((1940)) A man goes to

her parents about her one of his three nieces 6:15 O Scope 2:30 Q CD Doctors award-winning drama. but the theater people who O I Love Lucy Coffeyville, Kan., to opena

condition. win. '0 Summer Semester Q House Party 9:00 O Perry Mason helped her become a star 10:55 Q CD News law office. Upon his
9:30 0 Jack "The Case of the Promoter's know-and they watch 11:00 Q CD Concentration
Benny arrival
$:OO 0 High Adventure 6:30 Q World Civilization 3:00 Q CD Another World renews an old
I I "
Pillbox. Herbert cynically as she accepts O McCoys friendship
with :
Ma Dalton -
Thomas 6:40 CD (Color) Living Words O To Tell the Truth
Simms, an aspiring TV Broadway's highest 11:30 O Color
"Africa-Mountains of the "The Introducer" is intro- 6:45 Pastor's CD ( ) Jeopardy and her four sons.
1 duced when Ed Sullivan Study 3:25 O News writer, comes to Mason award. Bette Davis, Anne O Pete and Gladys Randolph Scott, Kay
Moon. Lowell Thomas CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor 3:30 O Color YouDon't
narrates this film report pays a visit to Jack. 6:50 O Farm and Home CD ( ) for help. Herb wants to Baxter, George Sanders, 12:00 O CD (Color) Say When Francis.
Say sue TV producer Charlie Celeste Holm. O Love of Life
O Best of Groucho
10:00 O Bell Telephone Hour
x of his Congo trip, which 7:00 Q O Today O Edge of Night

was led by Belgian hunter (Color) Florence Henderson Scheduled guest: author I 4:00 Q Match GameD FRIDAY
Chris Pollet At a snake is hostess for Bell's John Gunther, who will: Secret Storm I evening and SATURDAYFriday I
farm Thomas and Pollet "Summer Theater," designed
talk about his new book:i CD Popeye's Pals
saw vipers, cobras and to show-case new "The Lost City," a chronicle 4:25 Q News Evening gambler, sending him to Eagle fails. Dane Clark, Golf
the deadly mamba. With talent. Tonight's cast: of Vienna in the 1930's.1 4:30 0 Leave It to Beaver 5:00 O Best of Groucho Reno to launch a schemeto Dorothy Patrick. O NFL Countdown to

hunter Eric Von Hippel vocalist Linda Bennett; Hugh Downs. O Best of Groucho O Adventures in lure the tourist tradeto 11:30 Q CD (Color) Johnny

and several Bantu tribes- the J's with Jamie, vocal O Local News, Weather CD Movie Paradise their town. Carson-Variety KickoffEVENING

men, Thomas went on a group; singer James 7:05 O Ranger Hal "Destination 60,000." A 5:25 O Moments in Sports 9:30: O CD On Parade 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin 5:00: CD Wrestling
hippo hunt. Joining Brit- Hurst; the Bill Evans test pilot crashes while 5:30 O Newscope The Limelighters.Alex
Colin Trio jazz French 7:50 O Local News 5:55 CD (Color) Local News, SATURDAY O Maverick
ish anthropologist group; I trying out a new jet fuel Hassilev, Glenn Yarbroughand 5:30 CD Wilburn Brothers
| Turnbull, Thomas studied singer Jacqueline Danno;; 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo for his buddy's aircraft Weather, Sports Lou Gottlieb) are in Morning and Afternoon O NBC

::1 I the Pygmy method of arid bassist Gary Karr. 9:00 O Divorce Court company. 6:00 Weather O News, Sports, the Parade's limelight to- 7:00 CD Union Pacific 6:00 0 News,Sports Weather Special,

night. They sing "I Did O Humanities CS

Mi! WEDNESDAY evening and THURSDAY 'til 5 p.m. I 7:00 6:30 O O Yancy CD O Derringer News lin What Gypsy I Could," "Sing," "Whist-Up in 7:30 CD O Sunday Comedy School Capers Forum Sports O Fishing Fun

Wednesday Evening conducts a tour of the with the Beatles in Lon O News Adventure the Sky," "Meetin' Here 8:00 Q Across the FenceD O News, Sports
to New Orleans.
$ 5:00 O Wells Fargo Goldwater home. don's Palladium. Come- CD (Color) Cameras Yancy's the big winner in Tonight" "Gunslinger," Captain Kangaroo 6:15 O News, Weather, ..
8:00 0 4Discussion"A "Brazilian Fisherman'sSong CD: Rocky and His Sports '
0 Mike Douglas Project dian Ronnie Martin comments Please
a poker game. But it 6:30 O Password
5:25 O Moments in Sports Place in the Sun" is a on bachelorhood, 10:30 O CD (Color) Word for doesn't look like he's "Thar She Blows"and Friends CD Flintstones
of La- "If I Had a Ham- 8:30 O Robin Hood
5:30 O Newscope penetrating profile the Michael and Paula Word
going to keep the money 6:45 Q News
5:55 O News, Weather, fayette County, one of the dance team perform a O I Love Lucy -the other players are mer. CD (Color) Popeye and
Sports last strongholds of a fading jazz ballet and comic Pete 10:55 O CD News bad losers. O Twilight Zone Bozo 7:00 O Circus BoyD

6:00 0 News, Sports, rural society and Berbutti jests about a 11:00 O CD Concentration 'I Drama I 9:00 Q Supercar Jimmy Strickland
O Death Valley Days
Weather. economy which faded musician who goes to The story of "An Occurrence O Alvin CD Combat!
6:30 O CD News-Chet from Florida not too town. 11:30 O CD McCoys Color CD Glenn Reeves I I at Owl Creek 9:30 O CD (Color) Ruff and 7:30 Q Lieutenant
( ) Jeopardy
Huntley, David Brinkley long ago. O Pete and 7:30 O International. Show- Bridge" is told with an Reddy O Lucy-Desl
O News-Cronkite 8:30 O Donna Reed"Something 11:00 O O News, Weather, 12:00 Q Gladys time- unusual and fluid camera O Tennessee Tuxedo 8:00 CD Fall Program Review
CD Color
Sports ( ) Say When 10:00 O CD (Color) Hector 8:30 Q CD Movie
Funny Hap- O Love of Life In France, Don Ameche technique, and with less
,7:00 O Deputy pened on the Way to the CD News, Weather, 12:25 O News introduces Holiday on than a dozen words of Heathcote "The Diary of Anne
"The Two Faces of Bob Altar." Midget and Dave Sports (Color) Ice. Acts include three dialog. O Quick Draw McGraw Frank".

Claxton" are revealed recall their differing versions -11:25 O Movie 12:30 0 Search for Tomorrow former Olympic skating 10:00 O CD Jack Paar 10:30 Q CD Fireball XL-5 O Defenders

when McCord tries to rehabilitate of how they met on "Rogue Cop." ((1954)) A O CD Truth or champions, a fireman (Color) Jack's guests are O Mighty Mouse 9:30 0 Summer Playhouse ..

the teen-age a blind date. crooked cop"is told to stop Consequences comedy number, Ukrainian pianist Liberace, some- 11:00 CD O NBC Sports Special 10:00 0 Miss America Page-

bandit. Bob was wounded ':00 O Real WestDocumentary his brother from testify- 12:45 0 Guiding Light folk dancers, a flam time poet and heavy O Ranger Hal ant .
and captured while try- ing about a murder. Rob 12:55 Q CD News ing-hoop act, a comedian weight boxing champion 11:30 CD O UCLA vs. Pittsburgh 11:00 O CD News, Sports,

ing to rob a bank with ert Taylor, Janet Leigh, 1:00 O News, Weather and a skating clown. Cassius Clay, comedian Weather

his brothers.. (Special) The late Gary George Raft, Steve For- O Midday O Great Adventure Milt Kamen and Mary O Roy Rogers 11:30 O Movie

O DeputyWestern"Day Cooper narrated this documentary rest, Anne Francis, An- CD (Color) TV Bingo "Kentucky's Bloody McCarthy, author of "The 12:00 0 Sky King "A Letter To Three
of Fear." McCord on the Old West thony Ross. 1:15 O Focus 2 Ground," first of two Group." Liberace accom- !12:30 0 News Wives"

1 brings a murderer into O Beverly HillbilliesThe 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 1:30 O CD Color parts. In the mid 1770's, panies Clay's poetry read- 12:45 0 Baseball: Minnesotavs. 12:00 0 Late Show
) Let'sMake
town. The outlaw has a Clampetts miscon- (Color) Scheduled guests Deal Daniel Boone and a partyof ing. Jose Melis orchestra. New York "Sweet Smell of Success"

fever, and the rumor strue Drysdale's invitationto include jazz vocalist Jackie Q Science a settlers established a O Alfred Hitchcock 2:45 CD U. S. L. T. A. Tennis CD "Solid Gold Cadillac"

spreads that he has the ground-breaking Paris, Dennis Weaver of O As the World Toms settlement in the wilderness "Bed of Roses." A womanis 3:30 0 Invisible Man 1:30 CD Shock Theater"Nightmare"

smallpox. ceremonies for his new the new "Kentucky Jones" west of the Alleghenies. found murdered at the 4:00 CD O World Series of

CD Wanted-Dead or Alive bank. They think they're show, and singer Anne 1:55 O CD News address where cab driver

"Bounty for a Bride." going to have to help Marie Moss. 2:00 O CD Loretta Young CD Destry Sam Kirby drove. George
Josh Randall vies with a build it. THURSDAYMorning O Password "Go Away, Little Sheba." Maxwell the night before, Today In History

fierce Apache for the af; CD (Special) Billy Gra-) 2:30. O CD Doctors Impulsive Sheba Hanni- and..Sam sees _an opportunity ... ...
fection of an Indian prin- ham and Afternoon bal, aware that her en- for blackmail. is 6 the
O House Party Today Sunday, Sept. ; In 1914, the World War I first
cess. 9:30 O Dick Van Dyke I 6:11 CD Continental Classroom 3:00 O CD Another World raged father will hang 11:00 Q O News, Weather, 250th day of 1964. There are 116 Battle of the Manic began.

7:30 O O Virginian "October Eve," a painting American Government O To Tell the Truth the man she planned to Sports days left in the year. In 1946, the International

(Color) "The Drifter" recalls Laura posed for years ago, 1:15 Q Scope 3:25 0 News elope with, decides to pro- D (Color) Local News, Today's highlight in history: Olympics Commission decided

the Virginian's arrival is now-to her horror- O Humanities C-52 3:30. O CD (Color) You Don't tect her lover by claiming Weather On this date in 1901, President that baseball was not to be included
in 'Medicine Bow 1:30 O World Civilization Say that Destry was the :11:25 0 Movie-Double
displayed at a prominentlocal William McKinley was fatally in the 1943 games in Lon
when he was hired by a gallery. 1:40 Q (Color) Living Words O Edge of Night groom-to-be. .Feature wounded by a demented Anarchist -
':45 0 Pastor's Study 4:00 O Match GameD 8:30 O CD Bob Hope 1. "The Quiet American." don.Ten
rancher who was carrying 10:00 O CD Eleventh Hour (Leon Czolgosz) at the'an years ago..President
CD (Color) Hi, Neighbor Secret Storm (Color) Rod Serling won The of
on a feud with Judge Conclusion of "Four Feet body a murdered American Exposition at Dwight D. Eisenhower, using
Garth. in the Morning," a drama 6:50 0 Farm and Home an Emmy for his scriptof young American is foundin The assassin fired
7:00 O CD CD Popeye's Pals Buffalo, N.Y. electronic devices in Denver,
O Mrs. Goldwater by Jerry De Bono that be- Today "It's Mental Work, a river in Saigon. Police -
O Local News 4:25 O News two quick shots when he reached broke ground for the first commercial -
(Special) "At Home with gan last week on "Dr. Weather 4:30 O Leave It to Beaver adapted from a short Inspector Vigot begins the President in a receptionline. atomic energy plant at
story by John O'Hara. his investigation and
Mrs. Goldwater. Mrs. Kildare. Carl Quincy is ,
O Best of Groucho Pa.
7:05 0 Ranger Hal bar Shippingport,
Barry M. Goldwater, wife enraged to learn that his Longtime owner Ernie through flashbacks, the
7:5 0 Local News Weather 'CD Movie I On this date Five
Wigman wants to sell out, reason for the American's' years ago..A flying tripto
Presi- will
of the Republican is inter- father.son soon become a *:OO O Captain Kangaroo "Abbott and Costello Meet preferably to his bartender death is made apparent.I' In 1774, at Concord, Mass., a West Germany, France and

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point at the Goldwater special guest is CD (Color) Romper Death's Head Tavern is the cash. hin, Giorgia Moll. condemning acts of the who flew to Washington the !

residence outside Phoenix, Chita Rivera, who will Room persuaded to search for O Route 6C \ 2. "Thunder Poss." A Cavalry British Parliament affecting the next day. :

Ariz. Mrs.' Goldwater discusses perform the song and ':30 O People Are Funny treasure after he finds "Eleven the Hard Way." captain is given two colonies. The resolutions were One year ago... ome 300,000 I

her family and her dance routine from "Porgyand CD Jack La lanne Captain Kidd's secret map. The citizens of. Broken days to clear the valley rushed to the First Continental 1 persons were left homeless bya i
life as the wife of a Presi-- Bess" which she did 10:00 O Make Room for Bud Abbott, Lou Costello Knee Nev.
entrust their of settlers after his peace Congress in Philadelphia by forest fire in the state of Par
dential candidate. She also in her recent appearance Daddy Charles Laughton. life savings to local
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1. Famous Staff Writer the, size of her timbers.A I Hatteras sank four schooners, a''because maritime history and J

CEDAR' KEY As construction clue to the ship's age may ferry boat and three_sloops at underwater archeology requiremore i
'Do Gooder9By continues on the new Cedar be derived from her fastenings Cedar Key. She' also burned the difficult techniques and

Key dock, the draglines con- which are hand hewn'wooden wharf, the railroad depot, tele- the body of knowledge\; is not as "
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tinue to bring up all sorts of pegs instead of screws or bolts. graph office ana a cotton and great as that in other fields.
Staff WriterIn -,;remnants from the past. Scraps of timber, includingone turpentine warehouse. i A wide assortment of other objects -
today's politics, each one l 0 '-: Perhaps the most interestingof of the pegs, were turned Baker said it would be diffi- have been brought up in-

of us is labeled with a tag 6> these are timbers from a over to T. G. Baker, associate cult to tell which of the pilings cluding many bottles and jugs. t

which .supposed to hold up .,;. /. ship or ships, of untold age and curator of the Florida State Mu- were the original ones and Among them are an oldtime

the person to praise or scorn, _-1 : : ,,, origin. seum in Gainesville, for analysis. -which were the ones driven in Budweiser bottle and a Coca !

as the case may be. : "! J"A' /,$.' :; Biddie Ross, construction boss rebuilding the wharf, followingthe Cola bottle with a Bronson Fla.

Thus, the terms Liberal ;:: : ''','p'#" .-" :+J,[of the piling crew, said the timbers following a visit to the scene Civil War since some wouldbe label on it. The plant moved to

Conservative, Bureaucrat, Extremist '. h 'W .,' N'/ : __#-.,,,;""""l were evidently on the bottom -Friday Baker' said it was his 105 years old and the others Trenton in 1930. ..
I Wheeler and Dealer grn s : when the railroad was first guess, and only a guess, that 98., Baker said the museum staff
p and Communist are a few of .> 12, built in Cedar Key more than, the timbers came from one of The curator said study of the 'would keep an eye on the area

those applied as labels. 100 years ago. I eight ships sunk in that approximate -material would take consider- and expected to gain a wealthof
But of all the harsh epithets What Is It? position Jan. 15, 1862. : able' time and effort to deter- information from it.
hurled today is the Ross said the timbers were \
charge that a person is a "do, Just one of the many remnants of the past is this "object" retrieved from raised along with the original
gooder." the bottom during the rebuilding operations on the dock at Cedar Key. To railroad pilings and that the pilings

Offhand, you might surmise date, none of the old timers at the famous old port have been able to identifyit. had been driven throughthe Starke Councilmen

that everyone is in favor of The forged iron fitting combines two parts to about five feet in length. (Sun bottom of a hull, resting under -

such a person. The question photo by Bob Meeker) 14 feet of mud. ,

arises: what possible quarrelcan
Evidence of a fire aboard the

son whose anyone aim have is with the helpingof a per- Informs VF Short CourseOf vessel is seen from the char- Challengers Face/

others? red surfaces of many of the i

Well, take the case of a city timbers, some of which meas-
ure 12 inches thick and 24 inchesin

gressman, or any other gov- 'Rediscovery' inches thick and 12 inches in Showdown VoteSTARKE 1

.ernment official who gets up width.R. -

and proposes an action to help JACK HORAN !scientist with the U. S. Department a suburban census of the ani B. Davis, seafood operator the incumbent, Seeber D. Good-
There's stun- The records of the incumbent, is opposed bya
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State horse owners and rais- of Agriculture, said mal. and Levy County Commissionerfrom
ned silence, finally broken by three city councilmen will be newcomer to city politics, man, pitted against J. D. Doyle,
ers attending the second annu- trends indicate that pleasure Cedar Key, said her length
the outcry of "do gooder," and One of the reasons for the increasing on, the line Tuesday in a mun- Adro Brown, former city fire- former councilman with six
al Horse Short Course on horses increasi must have been in the
Light are rapidly n g neighbor-
service his credit in
that to
the speaker crawls away to amount of interest in icipal election here in which man who resigned from years ;
the University of Florida campus in suburban areas in particular. -
hide his shame. horses, said Baker, is because each incumbent has a chal- job to campaign for C 0 u a- Group 5 Councilman Carl Hurst
Friday and Saturday were He pointed out that exact
There's much shaking of Americans now have more lenger.In faces a challenge by Dr. Cal ,
told of the recent numbers not available cil.The
rediscoveryof are yet
One, Orel Wiggins, Group Three race finds vin J. Houpt. J
heads, apologies offered by time and money to devote to Circuit Court Group ,
pleasure horses in the United because horses were 'usually '
friends, and the general con States. limited to rural areas and data' recreation. As a result, man's In the absence of any public !

clusion is that the speaker has Dr. Frank H. Baker, animal has not been collected to get I' once-faithful companion is being rallies, the candidates have
indeed fallen to an all time "rediscovered" in the wake To OpenIn T Bradford Co.Courthouse conducted a house to -house :

low in his conduct. of the mass, mechanizationwhich campaign, and asked for election

The affair is duly reportedin had more horses obsoleteas in paid advertising.The .

the news, and he is now II Tired Drivers Can Take a working horse. TrentonTRENTON only other campaigning '

ft held up to public scorn as a 'was done on a forum last 1
noodle head, lacking all financial Safety Break in StarkeSTARKE I More than 500 Florida horse The docket of week sponsored by the Starke

responsibility, who industry representatives heard the Eighth Judicial Circuit )- Javcees over Radio Station
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had nothing better to do than seven out-of-state'speakers along Court will be sounded under the WPXE.
Labor Day motorists will be given a "safety with Florida Agricultural Experiment Deeds filed within past 30 Divorces Filed
do good. I break" here Monday from 6 p.m. until midnight by' the Stations scientists and gavel of Judge Geo. L. Pattonin days I At that time, two of the can-
Had he tried to put through Trenton Miriam Bennett Hill vs. Wal-
Tuesday. didates that the
charged city'selectric
Starke Jaycees.Dr. Florida commercial horsemen .JVIorrisE. and Janet Starlingto
deal for of his powerful ; ter L:' Hill.Evelyn .
a one himself his Harry Gruen, Jaycees president, said all US provide information' one of Cases to be heard include M. E. and Evelyn McGill, rates are higher than
constituents, or for been, ''I 301 motorists during that period will be offered free the state's fastest -growing those of Harold R. Nichols, $6,000.J I E. Hersey vs. GeorgeW. necessary, and pledged an out- \

colleagues would have coffee and a bite to eat, in the hope that the brief industries. Florida now has Wesley Hendley, Robert M. Per' C.; and Ella Jean Smith to Hersey. side study to determine if a

Joe more" charitable.would "Good have said old,I rest and refreshment will help reduce traffic accidents.He horse population of about 26- ry and Charles Simmons, all L. K. and May Belle White- Lavon Napier vs. Joe 1.t. Napier. reduction in rates is feasible.

they said the same program was staged two years ago, 500 and thoroughbred population charged with escape from State head; $12,633.Joseph For the most part, the incumbents -
"is his old tricks again.
up to is would and that it met with gratifying results. I- of about 4,000. Road Camp 21 March 30, 1964. H. and Maryon B. Ar-, Greta Fay Bowen vs. Robert rested their appeal on \
But the point they Among other activities, the Jaycees are sponsoring Hendley and Nichols are also nold to Clifford Ingram; $8,700.: Lee Bowen. the strength of their records.A i
action I
have while understood the effort to his help others, "Welcome-to-Starke signs which will soon be located at The horsemen were welcomed charged with breaking and entering William H. and Alyce F. Gra- Parthine De Sue McMillan total of 2,302 electors are i

without is becoming incomprehensible strategic places on local highways.The i by University of Florida and auto larceny. ham Jr. to Ida Mae Shaw; $2- vs. Clarkie McMillian. qualified to cast ballots in the

gain organization is also planning a membership party I Pres. J. Wayne Reitz. The guest 600. Willard Gunter vs. Jo a nne election-42 less than took partin
today.As following the Gator-SMU football game on Sept. 19. ,speakers were introduced by Also on the docket is a grand Doris Carlton and J. D. Carlton )- Gunter. the election last year.
a matter of fact, a story I Secretary Gene Shaw is in charge of arrangements. Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the larceny case in which J. D. to Donald V. and Lorine
Willie Mae Bryan vs. Ru- Voting will be at the Fire
which happened a very long: Animal Science Department.Dr. Wilkerson is charged with the Evelyn Goodman; $3,000
time ago, would receive far theft of railroad cross ties on Spurgeon B. and Carol F. dolph H. Bryan. Station from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
different in some Marvin Koger, animal
reporting March 2, 1964.
Massey to Audrey E. and Inez
circles today. Bradford geneticist, discussed the factors -
HospitalADMISSIONS W. Massey $4,500.
Under the dateline of Jerusalem of color inheritance in PTA Williston
: .... horses. He pointed out that 33 Register Audrey E. and Inez W. Mas- in
to George W. and Gwendo-
"Word has been reportedhere I there are 52,488 possible combinations -
Aug. 31 -Mary Evalena Johnson I WillistonAdliit lyn A. Anders; $4,300.
of of a do- of which result For
a typical case Violet Azell Stewart. Grady genes Delores S. Hodges to JackT.
gooder along the road to Jer- Aug. 24 Elizabeth Prevatt, Lamar Williamson, all of in a minimum of 4,608 differ- Parrish and Winston. Par- New SeasonWILLISTON

icho recently."A Jacksonville; Paul Clayton Nu- Starke; Lucretia Roberts, James ent colors, shades and spottings Art Class rish; $2,400.Vema Opens

traveler, who might have gent; Jr., Irene Mildred Brooks, Morris. Roberts, Timothy of the animals. J. Demorest to Rob- I

been gaged intoxicated in a brawl or with have evil en- Mallon Frank Calloway H a zen, Wells all of, Starke Joseph; !' Reese Roberts, all of Lake But- After showing how various WILLISTON Adult art ert L. Strunk and J. C. Sawyer The Williston pline and>the necessity for hard

Levi B. Boree ler.Sept. colors derived from several I classes got under way luesday ; $1,800.R. PTA opened its 1964 65 sea- work.
companions, was found lying' 25 Milton Da vis, 1 Alice Jac que Ii n gene combinations, Koger explained -I at the Williston High School Au- B. and Mattie P. Souther- son Tuesday under the gavel of President Whitehurst intro-
side of the road by a cit- Aug. -
izen.along The latter assuming thatit !David Franklin Baker, V e r a Hicks, Denise Marie A k ridge, that understanding color -ditorium as 33 persons register land to James M. and Irene Hu- W. J. Whitehurst, presi e'lt. duced new teachers and Mrs.
of his business,I Claire Coleman, Linda Sue Tom- both of Starke. can be compared to solvinga ed for the weekly sessions. Ice; $10,000. Following an executive board Norman Philips, treasurer, re- '
was none his linson, Dorothy Bagwell, all of Sept. 2 Hiram Cle m c n s jigsaw puzzle-the picture is I Registrants included 29 adults Arthur L. and Irene C. Bros- meeting in the library, it was reported a financial balance of
continued on way. Lake Butler Violet Conner
Starke. ; put together a piece at a time. key to A. E. McKinney Jr.; recommended the budget be 775.43
"Later, a priest traveling the Starke. and three students who will be
$8,100.A. presented at the regular meet- "The First Day of School "
Aug. 26 Lillian Griffis, Lois
same road saw the man lying BIRTHS D. L. Wakeman, assistant animal taking the course every Tues-
Crawford, Gail Ingrid Smith, all L. and Violet Crosby Jr. ing Oct. 6 and the Halloween original poem, was read by
there, and he, too, decided husbandman, spoke on day evening under the tutilage
to Mike P. Sturdivant; $6,000. i Carnival be held the evening of James Shelton.
27- and Mrs.
of Starke David Eugene Dyal, Aug. Mr.
would have no part in ; of the
that he ways clarifying meanings of Joe Mobley, of Central Flor-
Calvin R. and Olivia H. Grai-
Oct. 31.Williston
Bell Glad'sLouise Thomas Smith Starke son, Mrs. Minnie Radacky nursing
the affair, as obviously the Hampton; Major a and statistics involved in '
victim must surely have con- Allen, both of Lawtey; Richard David. the: use of pedigrees a breed- ida Junior College in Ocala. ner to Wallace E. and Pauline High Principal Hen- supervisor for the Levy C ounty

tributed to his .own trouble. 1-James Michael Boyles, Key- Aug. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ing system. Wakeman said that Late registrants can jOin the W. Thrift; $6,500. ry Powell talked to the group on Health Dept., invited all inter-
do gooder stone Heights; Terri Jo Fowler, Gordon Johnson, Starke, a son Vernon and Sylvia Reddish school policies for the coming ested students to join the Para-
"And then, a pedigrees are probably more class Tuesday, Sept. 8, by
William Leroy. paying to Arthur L. and Martha B. year, including pride in personal medical Club now being formed.
appeared who later was iden- Brooker. tmoortant. ____ in selecting! horses
tided as a so called Good Aug. 27 Rosa Speed- -Melrose Sept. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl for-[ a nn breeding-- --------g program than-----in-- the $4 registration fee. Green; $2,100. appearance, the need for disci-. Refreshments were served by .;

Samaritan. That man, a busy ; Gladys K. Green, Harold Scott Hicks, Starke, a so n many, other classes of live the hospitality committee, Mrs.
body unmindful of, the bad pre. Chester Glascow, Albert Jerome Paul Gregory; Mr. and Mrs. stock. The reason is that the rep- Bill Whitehurst, Mrs. L. A.

cedent he was setting, went to Newman Sr., all of Starke. Edgar George Akridge, Starke, utation of outstanding horses can Thomas, Mrs. Bryson Knight,

the aid of the stricken traveler Aug. 28 Olan Rowe. Maggie a daughter. Valerie Denise. be judged by their performancetraits. Mrs. Edgar Chesser Mrs. Gene

and after dressing his I Margaret Stewart. John DISCHARGEDAug. Bailey Mrs. Elliott Whitehurst

wounds, carried him to an inn Stewart, John Daniel Wall i n g, 22 Marg E I izab e t h Mrs Charles Williams Mrs. Leo
and had his wants provided Bertell Jones, Maggie Nita Tom- Lee, Isiah Allen Jr., Mildred D. W. Jones, associate agron- Sapp, Mrs. Henry Powell and

,linson, all of Starke. Glisson, Frankie Mae Sea. omist with the Florida Agricul- Mrs. Freddie Hale.Williston .

for."Not content with that, he Augl 29 Leon L. Renfroe, Aug, 23 Estelle Her erson, tural Extension Service, pres- -

left word that the man was to Starke. Carol Elizabeth Cttinger and! ented major factors than must T.zi: ___ Man

be nursed back to health, and Aug. 30 Nathaniel Dy a 1, son. Michael Neil, Ruby Virginia -' be considered in pasture production __

that he would pay all bills in- Hampton; George Dunnaway, Dahnke and son' Steven for horses. He emphasized iNc ___ Passes State
curred in the traveler's recovery Jeffery Glenn Moore, a II of Glenn, Martha Mabel Spencer. soil to be used, forage varieties ,
liming and fertilization,
Starke Robert Lewis Black, Aug. 24-'Ruth W. Johnson.
has and grazing management.Other CPA Exams
"The incident provokeda Lake Butler. Aug. 25Dorothy Bagwell. _
great deal of unfavorab Aug. 26 Levi B. Boree, Ro- speakers at the Short a '
comment on the basis i that Fire sie Mageline Sumner, Gladys Course included Dr. W. P. Le- : WILLISTON- Keith E. Pette-
such acts of do- gooders are DestroysFish Carr. hrer Jr.,. director of nutrition way, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.

unauthorized and a bad exam- Camp On Aug. 27 Melvalene Williams and research, Albert Milling I I ,/ G. Petteway, Williston, was one

..pie. and'---_ _son___ _Michael_________ -Allen. Paul C. Co. of California: Dr. W. R. Mc- of 46 ,who passed the Florida
,' : .
"The has been relatedby Lake Santa Fe Ann'Ciemons Certified Public Accountant examination -
story Nugent Jr., Mary -
Gee, president of the American : .
a stranger from Galilee, Daisy Mae Smith and son Tim- t taken by 360 men in
who is compounding the difficulty KEYSTONE HEIGHTSFire ,othy Lee, Lillian Griffis trans- Association of Equine Prac- ( .:;:;,/"" /. ", ,';, June.

by importuning his followers destroyed BarnhuTs Fish Campon ferred). titioners Association, Lexington, Lt'-f. :t ., 4" fe'_ Employed by: the Tampa officeof i
to 'go and do likewise.' Lake Santa Fe between Key Aug. 28- Jessie S. Roddy.! Ky.; B. F. Phillips, Expectation ', : .: Arthur, Anderson and Co.,

stone Heights and Melrose Aug. 29 James Michael Voy- Farm, Frisco TeL; Dr. Chicago accounting firm, Pette- I

Editor 111 about 10 p.m. Friday. les, David Eugene Dyal, Mat- Wrf S. Teter, assistant in live- way graduated from Williston ,
WILLISTON S u wan nee Keystone Heights and Melrose tie Lou Perry, Mary Virginia High School, where he played i
volunteer fire departments Wooten Wells stock research, Ralston Purina baseball, basketball and foot-
News editor Warren Tor- Mallon Galloway ,
Valley lay is recuperating at Manor responded to the alarm but the Andrew Lee Hadden, Major j Co., St. Louis, Mo.; and G. u1?! ball, in 1957.Following ,

ial Hospital in New York following fire was out of control upon Bell, Vera Clair Coleman, Dorothy Wilkinson, public relations head graduation, Pette.

surgery Tuesday. their arrival Bagwell. for the American Quarter Horse way attended Florida State

,According to reports from The firemen were able to save Aug. 30 Gladys Louise Allen Association of Houston Tex. Diploma Time University prior to serving two
New York, the editor cam e an adjoining fish camp threat Linda Sue Tomlinscn, Gail years in the U. S. Army. Upon
through the operation successfully ened by the blaze. Ingrid Smith and son Richard Other subjects covered were Mrs. Lula Mae Harley and Mrs. Mary Stegall both of Williston, receive discharge he returned to F S U

and is making satisfactory Mrs. Connie Barnhill, ownerof David, Rosa Speed. i the nutritive value of vari o u's diplomas from G. Hugh Williams, chairman of the AIachua County Boardof where he made the deans list

\ the camp, said the damage Sept. 1. Gladys K. Green, Albert .feeds, Florida hays vs. northern Public Instruction. The ladies are two of 18 who graduated from the Ala- every semester and was a Del- I'
progress.The anticipated date of Tor- caused by the blaze would I Jerome Newman Jr., Maggie chua County Practical Nursing Program in ceremonies held at the J. Hillis Miller ta Sigma Pi.Petteway .

lay's return is uncertain, depending -:amount to between 15,000 and Nita Tomlinson. I hays, disease and parasite Health Center Friday. The class is the 14th to be graduated from the program received hb B. S. .

on his rate of recovery. -'20,000 dollars. The property was I Sept. 2 John Daniel Walling, .I control, and common digestive since its inception in 1956, bringing the total number of graduates to 207. in accounting at FSU in Aug till

I'partially covered by insurance. I-Jeffery Glenn Moore. and respiratory problems. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) uit, 1963. f'


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Mississippi at Oxford as a freshman this week,. receives a

serenade from her brother, Dennis Babers, who will be a Miss Rutledge Henderson, senior at East Carolina

junior on the Ole Miss campus. They are the daughter College, Greenville, N. C.,'finishes last minute ironing with

'J' and son of Dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Babers. _' r entertainment provided ,by her brother, Alan Scott Hen
'." ',.1-: ) derson, UF junior. They are the daughter and son of Mr.

a and Mrs. W. R. Henderson, formerly of Charlotte, N. C. .. a

Planes, trains and buses will -

be filled to capacity this week

e.. as collegians return to campus-
': life in Florida and states throughout -
f''ukii// out the nation. A number of "
state junior colleges opened last '
r iumi !J week while classes at the state
: -- fix/ universities will
--M,J begin Tuesday.' Colleges in the North, East and
J'JJ' ul West will follow traditional open
"' '''''I./I'l.I ing dates in mid-September.
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1I"rJ..r W'II.'A/ surrounding area are listed today
; I.ea W- r it with names of their parents, .
fi __ m mfm i m_ their college choices and school .. .
'e year
Entering the University of Florida Tuesday will be Karen
: Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ellis, freshman; Diane Lee Mc- f>
Donough, Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. McDonough; Becky Enneis,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Enneis, freshman; Sue Baker, Dr. and ;x W.Y ,} Sty 4s"" }. 3'54 4 w ,, i: y y. {. bWa x+dr'2 t$4K w, < J: :. l

E. Mrs. M. C. Baker, freshman, Pamela Edds. Dr. and Mrs. .
II&.'. George T. Edds, freshman; James Franklin Morgan, Mr. ,:{//:.,. /" Y
and Mrs. James W. Morgan, freshman; Camille Rhodes,
,. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rhodes, freshman; Beth Henderly, Mr. "f'r: : ;j :: :
5 and Mrs. H. B. Henderly, freshman; Carolyn R. Micks,
\L Mr. and Mrs. William W. Micks, freshman; Lou Ann Buchanan via ,lY+ 4ra .t ( l i vw)3Y[ 9p 5F? q? w .:"" t tf

\: Mrs. Wilmay G. Buchanan, freshman; Margaret Horten- .'; "" _
1 stine, Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hortenstine, freshman; Janet \F ;.;;f..f"
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moore, freshman; Carolyn Wal-
.' ters, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Walters,' freshman; John
+ { Haemmerlie, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Haemmerlie, freshman;
Shirley Ann Bell, CWO, U. S. Army Retired and. Mrs.
:: Clyde H. Bell, freshman; Ann Choate, Mr. and Mrs R. E.
Choate, freshman; John Madison Waters Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Waters Sr., freshman; Susan M. McCrone, Mrs. Doris y' f/f
McCrone, freshman; Clark Scarborough, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Earl Scarborough, freshman; Ann Weimer, ,Mr. and Mrs.
; Rae 0. Weimer, freshman; Neville Laughon, Dr. and Mrs.
< Fred Laughon Jr., freshman.

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Bill Bennett, Mrs. N. C. Ebaugh junior; Bruce Stechmiller,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stechmiller, freshman; Craig Kitchens,
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Kitchens, junior Terry Stechmiller, .
,., : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stechmiller, j junior; Sherry Saunders, Mr. sv'
_j 1 I and Mrs. R. C. Sanders Jr., junior;. Sherry Coker, Mr::.and
T Mrs. John A. Coker, freshman; _, :
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Enrolling at Florida State University this fall were DavidE. aA d.r"

Days, son of Rev. and Mrs. Willie Days, senior; Reeda ,....., '
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Gene Mattair, Mr. and Mrs. Reed M. Mattair, freshman; : ;'.\,'\;,< of.: ,1":"- $t;(.;t'i A.t,.*
S Talka Lupkiewicz,. Mrs. Anna Lupklewicz, sophomore; Carol /!tt" i.4Jj't.7 t r{
i: Murphree Mr. and Mrs. David B. Murphree Jr., senior; 'Josephine I-" ";$.. <.-'..;5'1',1.' : : '' f'-,
Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Bryant, freshman ,>',. 'd .]rtii. ?J. : _,,
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,s ; Pamela Louise Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. L.' W. Cobb, fresh s "- : V -
man; Sue Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. .B. Wilkinson, freshman .,;si
; Karen Alison Mickler, Mrs. Daisy Mickler, freshman; ,' Miss Nancy Silk,' who will teach high school, English

Andrea B. Jones, Mr. and. Mrs. Richard E. Jones Jr., freshman 4 5-5.-" 5 in Newton, Mass., this 'year, helps her .brother, Jim Silk i '
; Katherine Kay Wright, Mr. and Mrs. William E. ", .
i Wright, -' _:: pack for his freshman work a't.the of International
; freshman:; Cindy Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.. Holmes, ;1 ..
; freshman; Sandra Stallings, Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Stallings, .., -t Service of American University, Washington, D. C. They *
__ freshman; Virginia E. Miller, freshman. T .-- '
: are the daughter, and son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Silk. J i
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,. ;-v (Back to College Continued from Page IB) freshman, St.. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville.Joan Jane E. Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, junior, Wesleyan 'College Olivia Stryker, Dr.' and Mrs. David Stryker, senior, Vassar I

Charles Ray, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ray, freshman; Doris Kiker, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kiker, Agnes Scott Col- Macon, Ga. College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Harvey E. Baxter, Mr. '

Esther Perdue, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Perdue, freshman; lege, Decatur, Ga.; Betty Jean Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Mrs. John F. Baxter, sophomore, Vanderbilt University \JIa1d

Jeanne Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Hanna, freshman; man G. Davis, North Florida, Madison, Fla.; Walter R. Linda Christine Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark, Junior, Nashville, Tenn.; j
Judy Teel, Mrs. Helen Teel, freshman; Carol Anne Boyles, Warren, Mr. and Mrs. R. Warren, Abilene Christian College St. Andrews Presbyterian College, University of Barcelona j
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Boyles, freshman; Marilyn Ahrano, Mr. Abilene, Texas; Reed Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan El- Barcelona, Spain; Glenn Joseph Farris, Col. and Mrs. Cary J. Ahrano, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ahrano, freshman, < 1 (

and Mrs. J. P. Ahrano, freshman; Linda Thomas, Mrs. lis, senior, Harvard, Cambridge, Mass.; James F. Guy, Glenn A. Farris, sophomore, Georgetown University, Wash- Richard Bland College of the Colleges of William and v *, f

Wilmer Thomas, freshman; Dean Learned, Dr. and Mrs. Jr., Mr. and Mrs: J. Fred Guy, junior, Berry College, ington, D.C.; Susan Lane, Dr. and Mrs. David Lane, fresh- Mary, Petersburg, Va.; Virginia Kay Storter, Mr. and Mrs. +j (
Vincent Learned, sophomore; Carolyn Cummings, Mr. and Mount Berry, Ga.; Buddy Harvey, Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. W. man, Macalester, St. Paul, Minn.; Irene Dowd, Mr. and Morris K. Storter, freshman, Miami University, Oxford, I

Mrs. T. H. Cummings, freshman; Helen Walkup, Mr. and Harvey, junior, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va.; Mrs. David L. Dowd, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; .Ohio; George Waldo, and Mrs. Selden Waldo, j junior, I
Mrs. E. F. Walkup, freshman; Patsy Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Marjorie A. Bingham, Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Bingham, Ober- Jim Silk, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. Silk, freshman, Schoolof Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.; Chris Patrick Kel-

Alton E. Raines, freshman. lin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Sharon Stedman, Col. and Mrs. International Service, American University, Washington ly, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, freshman, Abraham Baldwin I

F. C. Myers, sophomore, Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga.; D. C. Agricultural College, Tifton, Ga.; Lynn Coppins, Mr. and ;

Attending Central Florida Junior College are Jimmie Mar- Mrs. H. E. Coppins, freshman, Abraham Baldwin College

cus Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Thomas, freshman; Bruce Tifton, Ga.; Julie Gehan, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ge- !

Baber, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Baber, freshman; 'Sharon Holiday Travel Plans Discussed han, sophomore, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Ma- :
Loraine Howell, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Howell, freshman; ble Pauline Nickolls, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nickolls, fresh-

Cherie Diane Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Dana E. Jenkins, sophomore man, Brigham Young, Provo, Utah;
; Marsha McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Mc- *

Lendon, freshman; Margery Ann Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. W. .. Anne Conant, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conant, freshman,

M. Munroe, freshman; Henry E. Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Win- ;.'9'.yR'.yy y Converse College, Spartanburg, S. C.; Lois Wheeler, Dr. .
ston H. Churchill, freshman; Lynda Rountree, Mr. and Mrs.A. %t: yxs and Mrs. R. L. Greene, freshman, Wesleyan, Macon, Ga.;

W. Rountree Sr., freshman; Susan Silverman, Mr. and fi'i' Margaret Anna Voss, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voss, freshman,

Mrs. Joe Silverman, freshman; Truman C. T. Winsor, Mr. and St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, N. C.

Mrs. H. W. Winsor, freshman; Mac McGriff, Mr. and Mrs. + R ss Kathy Grand, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Grand, freshman, Hol-

,. Gus McGriff, junior. lins College, Roanoke, Va.; Frederic Eidsness Jr., Dr.
Frederic Eidsness, sophomore, Vanderbilt, Nashville, Tenn.; _
Students attending Florida Southern are John Dixon Davis, Courtney George, Dr. and Mrs. T. S. George, junior, Ran- *
Mr. and Mrs. George"W. Davis, senior; Sherry Eloise Gibbs, dolph Macon, Lynchburg, Va.; Bob Harrell, Dr. and Mrs.
Mr.. and Mrs. K. M. Gibbs, sophomore; Miss Gwen Green, George Harrell, sophomore, Stanford University, Palo Alto,

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Green. Calif.; Kit Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Stanley, sophomore

Entering Jacksonville University are Janis Loften, Mr. and Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss.; Mary P. Wil-

Mrs. W. Travis Loften, freshman; Howard Fagan, Mr. and son, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Wilson, senior, Duke Univer-
Mrs. Tom Fagan, freshman. sity, Durham, N. C.; John Wiegman Dr. and Mrs. Robert

Wiegman,. freshman, Midland Lutheran, Fremont, Neb.;
Stetson University students will be Martha E. Robinson, Judy Ahrano, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ahrano, junior, Agnes

Mrs. Odisea Robinson, freshman; Robert Wesley Stearns, Scott College, Decatur, Ga.; Michael Kirkpatrick, Mr. and
Dr. T. W. Stearns, freshman; Kit Green, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Grier Kirkpatrick, junior, Wake Forest, Winston Salem,
Gerald Green. : rt N. C.

Lynda Goin, Dr.. and Mrs. Coleman J. Coin, freshman,
Dwight A. Manghue, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mang- >
tf Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Don Spangler, Mr.
hue, Kenny Gilbraith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gil- !:
and Mrs. W. B. Spangler, Washington and Lee University -
braith, and John McGriff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus McGriff
I will be freshman at Chipola Junior College. __ Lexington, Va.; Sharon Kuitert, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Kuitert, freshman, Emory University, Atlanta,; G j n n y
University of South Florida students will include MichaelE. Lynn Thomas, Mrs. Peg Westmoreland, freshman., Mon-

Justiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Justiss, Kirby Bour- treat-Anderson, Montreat, N. C.; Paul H. Waters, Mr. and

geois, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Bourgeois, this fall. f Mrs. R. S. Waters, freshman, Georgia Institute of Techno- '

logy, Atlanta,; Mary Ethel Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. George
Attending other Florida colleges are Mary Beth Brogdon, Stearns, junior, Sweet Brair College, Sweet Brair, Va.; Har- 1
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Brogdon, freshman at St. Peters- riet Goodman Mr. and Goodman
Mrs. S. D. sophomore, !
burg Junior College; Carol Elaine O'Berry, Mr. and Mrs. of
University Missouri, Co umbia, Mo.; Burl Burgess,
Carl O'Berry, freshman at Guff Coast Junior College; Mar- Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Burgess freshman, Abilene Christian
cia Whittle, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Whittle, freshman at Ring Miss Kit Macdonald, right, and her houseguest, Miss Karen Wise of Salt ,
ling Art School; William M. Doerr, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lake City, discuss plans for December travels when both will attend a regional College, Abilene, Texas; Sue Ellen Simmons, Mr. and Mrs.

Doerr, freshman at St. Leo College; Miss Pat Garibaldi, meeting of the Collegiate Council for the United Nations in Puerto Rico. Jack Simmons, freshman, Abraham Baldwin College, Tifton,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Garibaldi, freshman at Daytona Beach Miss Wise, who attends the University of Utah, is national affairs vicepresidentof Ga.; Richard F. Waglow, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Waglow, freshman,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.; Jed Mer-
Junior College, Rheua Susan Stakely, Mrs. James 0. Stakely, the organization and Miss Macdonald is regional director for New York State. \
ril Mr. and Mrs. John Merrill Gordon Mil-
freshman at Rollins College. Leaving Monday after a short visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. William D.
Students enrolled in out of state colleges and universities Macdonald Kit will go to New York City to take her senior college work at itary Junior College, Barnesville, Ga.; Claudia Hughes, Mr.
The New School for Social Research. and Mrs. Brownie Hughes, freshman, Charity Hospital ,
are: School of Nursing, New Orleans; Teresa Newton, Mr. and -
Henderson Mr. and M-s. William R. Henderson
Mrs. G. B. Newton, sophomore, University of Tennessee,
senior at East Carolina College, Linda Kay Teuton, Mr. Church
Knoxville Tenn.
and Mrs. Orin Teuton, freshman at Abraham Baldwin College '
Tifton, 'Ga., Lura Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bridge Dance Classes OpenBeginning J
Pam Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sanders Jr., fresh-
Williams, freshman, Queens College Charlotte N. C. Emily ,
; I
mans Queens College, Charlotte, N. C.; John Lee Summerlb,
Nell Sansbury Mr. and Mrs. James L.
J Sansbury,
CirclesTUESDAY Dr. and Mrs. Glenn O. Summerlin. freshman Emory University
if freshman, Charity Hospital School of Nursing, New Or- and advanced Beginning and advanced Life Master under the Amer- Atlanta, Ga.; Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs. David W.
leans; Miss Sandra R. Grow, Mrs. Sarah R. Grow, sophomore lessons in bridge and begin bridge classes will meet for ican Contract Bridge League, Jones, freshman, Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, N.C.; Albert

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; Roger September 8 ning and advanced lessons in the first lessons on Tuesday, which is the highest rank any Fred Raborn, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Raborn, senior, Wofford

dancing are being given I September 15 at 7 p.m. in the bridge player can hold. She College, Spartanburg, S. C.; Barbara Salome Maines, Mr.
k. v n First Lutheran Church La- again for the students, faculty Oak Room of the Florida Un has taught the lessons annually and Mrs. Hal Y. Moines, sophomore, Young Harris College,
I { dies Guild and the ion. for 13
community at years. Young Harris, Ga.; James Edward Brogdon, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Esther ,Circle, 8 p.m., Mrs.L. large at the Florida Union. Mrs. Jones Is InstructorThe The fee is $7.50 per per- E. Brogdon, junior, Utah State University, Logan, Utah;

L. Zimmerman, Millhopper These lessons are sponsored series of 11 lessons will son or $14 per couple. The Gilbert Crosby, Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Crosby, Duke Univer-
Road.St. by the Union Board for be instructed by Mrs. first lesson is complimentary. P.
Betty sity, Durham, N. C.; Sam Martin, Dr. and Mrs. S.
Anne's Circle of St. Pat Student Activities. Jones, who holds the rank of Martin, Yale University, freshman; Miss Mary Helen Cox, Mr.

r : v a rick's Church, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Beginning dance classes and Mrs. Richard Emory Cox, freshman, Virginia Intermont

cr Robert B. Myers. will meet for the first les- College, Bristol, Va.; Bruce Nobles, Mrs. Edwin Nobles,

First Methodist Church, WSCS Reception Honors son on Monday, September freshman, The Citadel, Charleston, S. C.

10 a.m., Circle 1, Bethany 14, at 7:15 p.m. and the ad-
vanced dance class will meetat
Room; Circle 2, Mrs. W. J.
Nolan, 1029 NE 23rd Boule- 8:30: p.m. Classes will be NEW OFFICE HOURSIn
held in the Social Room of
vard; Circle 3, Mrs. P. C.
the Florida Union.
Moore, 3724 SW 5th Place, Cir- Bridal
Couple This series of 11 lessons
the future will closeon
cle 5, Mrs. M. 0. Watkins, we
will be given by Willard Al-
1115 NE 3rd Street Circle 6,
; dridge, who has taught these Saturdays at 12:30 P.M.
Mrs. R. C. West, 1205 SW 11th
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. serving table, which was laid lessons for many years.
Avenue, Mrs. John Moor-
I Rich entertained with a reception Both classes will be taughtthe ....
man, 1008 NW 21st Street. a white organdy cloth New Hours Are: 'ii'
: I Tuesday evening at draped in smilax. latest dance steps including
3 p.m., Circle 8, Mr. E. the Gainesville Golf a nd fox trot, jitterbug, waltz, Men. thru Fri. 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM8:30AMto12:30PM
A. Clayton, 325 NW 30th St., Country Club. Those assisting in the hospitalities rhumba, cha cha, tango, and Saturdays
Circle 9, Mrs. E. L. Fouts, throughout the re-
other dances.
The bride is the former
ft T'e ception were Mrs. Harry J.
323 NW 24th Street Circle
; The fee is $10 7WQRLDL2)
Miss Gretchen Mary Smith, per personor
Norton, Mrs. Walter D. Mur-
J 10, Mrs. Donald Morrison, 529 $18.50 per couple. The first
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
phree, Mrs. John Moorm a n,
NE 1st Street; Circle 11, Mrs.J. lesson is complimentary.
Burton Dunham Smith of ) TRAVELSERVICE
F. Bishop, 724'NE 8th Ave- Havre de Grace, Md. Mrs. S. L. Scruggs, Mrs. R. Interested persons may con-
L. Bowman, Mrs. V. M.
nue. A silver candelabra hold- tact the Florida Union Program

7:30: p.m., Circle 12, Covered ing white tapers and an eper- Humphreys, Mrs. Francis Office, Room 315, by I

oIi1f, ..,.: Dish Supper, Mrs. Mell gne of chrysan t hemums, Myers, Mrs. T. A. Elder l telephone for further information. I 808 W. University; ; FR 6-4641

.' ,_ .:' f Atchley, 1627 NW 12th Street. stock and roses, centered the and Mrs. D. K. Stanley. .
I:4: : ,*.1:v :' ''#' 8 p.m., Circle 13, Miss Mol-

ly Morrison, 529 NE 1st St.
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.: Wesley Community Metho- Medical Guild Plans
.">.. ,. t.t dist Church, WSCS
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,ass 's ... 9:30 a.m., Annette Haden, 2

+:1..t1t': :t: ,'., .,.l', I Fannie Evelyn Dewar and Party for Wives' Group. _
Susanna Wesley Circles, at -
Peek, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Peek, freshman, Wake orFor- the church. An informal swim party of Gainesville, is part of the

est. Winston-Salem, N. C.; Sandra Kay Allen, Mr. and Mrs. First Presbyterian Women of and buffet luncheon will be Guild's continuing program to

Dwight Allen, freshman, Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn.; Ann the Church: given in honor of the wivesof work closely with all wives' FIRS

Durrance, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durrance, senior, Agnes 9:45 a.m.: Circle 1, Mrs. Richard freshman medical studentsby groups within the medical
Scott College, Decatur, Ga.; Sally Sandefur, Dr. and Mrs. Schmidt, 700 SW 27th the University Medical school.

1 Wayne T. Sandefur, freshman, Sacred Heart College, Gull- Street; Circle 2, Mrs. CharlesE. Guild at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Thomas and

man, Ala.; Paul Peters Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peters, sophomore Rich, 1009 NW 21st Ter- William Enneking Saturday at Mrs. Frank Agee Bartley have made With ALL
Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va.; Karen race; Circle 4, Mrs. J. B. 11 a.m. ofToday's
for the 1
Kokomoor, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Kokomoor, sophomore, Ag- Gahan, 3845 SW 3rd Avenue This annual party, designed arrangements buffet. poolside

nes Scott College, Atlanta, Ga.; ; Circle 5, Mrs. Freder- to acquaint newcomers News
ick Rhines, 1540 NW 37th Ter- with opportunities and serv- Hostesses for the event will
Susan Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Shaw, freshman, Stephens -
be executive board
Circle 6 Mrs. Tewes
race; ices available to them both in members
College, Columbia, Mo.; George Dekle, Mr. and QUICKEST AND SUREST way
Kundel, 1829 SW 35th Ave-
of the Guild.
the and in the city
Mrs. George Wallace Dekle Sr., freshman, The Citadel, Char- I for you to get the FULL story of
Circle 7 Mrs. Billy
nue ,
leston, S. C.; Elizabeth Powell, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Powers, ; 25th Ter- what happens in the whole world
Brashear 1520
senior, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.; George Solley, each exciting day, is to have this

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Solley, freshman at Davidson College race 10;ajn.r Circle 3, Mrs. 1... Hope Cards newspaper home-delivered by the

Davidson, N. C.i; Charles D. Delony, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lowry, Newberry Road; area.hustling carrier who serves your
Dexter Delony, freshman Harvard, Cambridge, Mass.; Al-
8 : Circle 9, Mrs. Robert
len Gammon, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gammon, sophomore, p.m.G. 1772 SW 35th JUST AS WE are geared to
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.; Orderedoffers gather, edit, print and distributethe

W. E. Thompson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thompson, sophomore Avenue.Circle 11, Mrs. Frank Luk- Can Be day's news at top speed, so he /< j/
Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. is trained to deliver your news- ,
eski, 4010 N. W. 19th Place, paper in the shortest possible time

Dorothy Keith Braswell, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Braswell, and Mrs. James Hentges. Though the Yuletide seasonIs a unique Christmas rain or shine. And, he is regularly 1 \ r -
four months selfless card.
freshman, Emory University, Atlanta,; Martha Nay Sted- away, checked to see that his service
CoL and Mrs. F. C. senior Brenau giving and dedication is an everyday Proceeds from the sale of measures>up! ,
I. man, Myers, College, New Ideas .1
in the
Gainesville, Ga.; Joan Megahee, Mr. and Mrs. Noel F. Me-. occurrence these cards assist In the THUS, YOUR newspaper and
South American nation of
gahee, Junior, Randolph Macon, Lynchburg, Va.; Marilyn Bulbs to be planted in a Ecuador where the staff of training teaching medical your carrier make a team that's .
Little, Mr. and Mrs. Winston W. Little, senior, Agnes Scott naturalistic manner are best programs. mighty hard to beat-for COM-
College, Decatur, Ga.; Robbl Flanagan, Mrs. H. C. Flanagan, tossed up a few feet into the the white hospital ship S. S- Combining hues of deep rich PLETE news service that's both

senior, Pfeiffer College. Misenheimer, N.C.; Brokey Gravely, air, in a group, and planted HOPE dispenses loving care red with delicate touches of swift and satisfying.
and kindness the
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Gravely III, sophomore, King College, where they, land. For while healing gold, the card represents a i
Bristol, Tenn.; Vicki Wells,-Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Wells, this, of course, use an individ- true message of good will to

sophomore, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga.; Wayne R. Hard- ual planting tool like a bulb This year, as in years past, all who receive it <&a 4 sun iun I

wick, Dr. B. R. Hardwick, freshman, Duke, Durham, N.C.; trowel '- be sure it's nota an opportunity presents itselfto Boxes of 20 cards may be
Robert and Thomas A. Gaitanis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Gal- weak one the neck of which give HOPE to others dur- obtained from the national

tanis, Berry College, Mount Berry, Ga.; James Richard will bend-or a bulb planter ing the Christmas season. headquarters of Project j

Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Bragg, freshman, Abi- which extracts a circular core For Project HOPE, under HOPE, 1016 20th Street, N.W.,
lene Christian, Abilene, Texas; Lynn Rees, Mr. and Mrs. of soil and then lets you re- whose auspices the floating Washington, D. C. at $3 per

Mrs. Gene Valente, sophomore Rock Hill S. C.; Jan Ja- place it The long 'D' handled -. medical center has visited indonesia box. Checks should be made .

cunski, Col. and Mrs. E. W. Jacunski, freshman, Barry type is especially useful South Viet Nam and payable to the People-to-Peo-

College, Miami; Eloise Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Cox, because it saves bending. Peru in addition to Ecuador, pIe Foundation Inc.

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Vows ;" ENGAGEMENTS, ,' >Ji' :. : L :" To Celebrate ; "' ., 1

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k ReadLEESBURG I Mr. and
? Mrs. Phil McDilda Sr. will TIMELYWOIRSTED :,

: jjjj + entertain with an open house PURE WOOL SUITS WITH
-' Mr. and t'' Sunday, September 13, at their .
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I Mrs. Garry Wayne Ray were i"jr home in Newberry in celebration CREASED TROUSERS I

married recently at Beth of their silver wedding Lightweight styling...exclusive j
Sholom Congregation of Lees- '_i anniversary. The reception shape-holding Balanced Tailoring Fine pure wool with ,
burg with Rabbi Benno M. I .' hours will be from 3 to 5 p.m. rich texture color and feeL Carefree permanently creased ,{
Wallach, Temple of Liberal Mr. and Mrs. McDilda have trousers.Wide choice of new shades and patterns. I I

Judaism, Orlando, ..officiating.The V..9 two sons, Phil and Douglas Try:a Timely Worsted today!From"s o r 00
McDilda, both of Gainesville.andflfiatclir .
bride, formerly Miss -c nyeWNC J
Susan Gail Lieberman, is the .
II daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 4ys( a.C 1JI'\ ,
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William Lieberman of Lees-

burg, and the bridgroom is .. .....
the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. a ;' :

Ray Given of, marriage by her [ .. :y
father, the bride wore a f.JIID. ; 5'i_ ordinatedHERITAGE
gown of silk peau de sole, Miss Sarah Marie Duckworth Miss Caroline Steckert Miss Frances Hutchins I '

featuring a Chantilly lace bodice mf : ., 7
and a chapel train. Her SteckertHudsonMrs. HuchinsStanleyHAWTHORNE I
veil of imported silk illusion c'JL\\@t O'!S'
I William H. Steckert where she .. ..*
was attached to a peau was a member oJ Mr. and relatives of the couple are :..' '
de soie pillbox of Chantilly announces the engagement of Delta Delta Delta Sorority.She Mrs. W. T. Hutchins are announcing vited to attend. in-I (
her daughter, Miss Mildred is now ......
lace and seed 'pearls. She employed as a the engagement and ?.j a..
carried an arrangement of Caroline Steckert, to John secretary with the Jack Sim- approaching marriage of their
Evans Hudson Jr., son of Mr. mons Insurance
white orchids and stephanotis Agency. daughter, Miss Frances. AL
and Bible. and Mrs. John E. Hudson of Mr. Hudson is also a 1960 Hutchins, to James Floyd
j this city. Miss Steckert. the graduate of P. K. 'Laboratory Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs., 1itI: ;>
i Mrs. Larry Haines, 0 s h- of the late William ___
daughter School and attendedthe George Stanley of Haw __
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I kosh, Wis., attended her sister H. Steckert. Citadel in Charleston, S.C. thorne. t1 14
matron of honor. Miss
as The wedding is to be an He is presently working as an M la .
Constance Council was maid The wedding will be solem-
( event of December. associate forester with JohnE.
of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Steckert was graduated Hudson Inc., and plans to nized October 4 at the First : :
Miss Maureen Barney and in 1960 from P. 1C Yonge resume his studies at the Uni- Methodist Church of Haw
Miss Cleve Van Horn, Panama School ,' thorne. t
Laboratory and attended versity of Florida in Janu

City. the University of Florida, ary.Duckworth .
Niece Flower Girl Miss Hutchins, a graduateof ; ?

Little Miss Donna Jean Hawthorne High School, is' /? \ I _a '
Jacksonville niece of employed by Southern Bell _
Ratley, boczar M d
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the bridegroom, was flower r :
She carried basketof Co. Mr. Stanley is also a
girL a CLEWISTON> Mr. and ietta Corporation of.Orlando.A .
graduate of Hawthorne High i
pink nylon with white t,
Mrs. Robert Gerald Goedhartof mid November wedding School.
daisies and pink roses. :.'t IW/J/ t/
Ronald M. Allen was best Clewiston announce the en- is being planned in Or- No wedding invitations are

man. Ushers were Paul L. gagement of their 'daughter, lando. being sent and all friends and a <

Lieberman, the bride's brother Miss Sarah Marie Duckworthto GALLERIESdecorator
James H. Willis, Gainesville .
Alexander Adam Boczar I
brother-in-law of the
\ bridegroom, and Ronald E. Jr., son of Mr. and.M. r s.

1 Williams.A Alexander A.. Boczar Sr. of :.
reception followed at the Lowell, Mass. service 'r 4d.
We do
Elk's Club. expert
Leesburg The bride elect is the 1MI Ti
Following a wedding trip, granddaughter of Mrs. Geor- 4
the will make Picture FramingAll
newlyweds ge Carlos Beville of Gainesville & /e/
their home in' Rockledge.
t and the late Mr. Be-
The bride was graduated ville. Formerly of Gainesvilleand Sizes efI
from Leesburg High Schoolin ) \
I June. Clewiston she attendedthe Mats Non-Glare
University of Florida. She /1
/1 The! bridegroom, Airman3C Portrait Glass
is employed by DataControl minisMEN'S
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Events Announce e&SHOE eI

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MONDAY September 7 .jlI' : .- the finest in I

International Dames, .. i fashion fit selection.
Orga- \1. ... .,. MeetingsThe I 1It
nization meeting, 8 p.m., .University *'.'... ..'.cr" I
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Women's Clubhouse > ,11 ..
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of Florida
.. University
Gainesville Bridge Club, Dames have slated a scheduleof

YyiMMw..a i 7:30. p.m., Holiday Inn. meetings for September. S
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TUESDAY, September 8 ,;,
Agriculture Dames will
:; -ijt Altrusa Club, 12:15 p.m., .
Holiday Inn.Women's l I + VCa meet on Thursday, September -

Auxiliary to the x YY, 17, at 8 pjn., at Dan MeI I

N.W Alachua County Medical Society Carty Hall, Room 130. i

7:30 pjn., Holiday Inn,
Architecture and Fine Arts
dinner meeting with County
Medical Society. Dames, T u e sday, I:
September 8, at 8 p.m. in the i
St. Patrick's Catholic
t 3 $ home of Mrs. David L. Wil-I
dF/ Church, Holy Name Society mot, 1232 NW 36th Drive.
8 p.m., Parish Hall,
Y Y iF fo. oy% y Father Thomas Gross, guest On Wednesday September I STEPWhen
I speaker. ; Ittlk i": ; 9, Mrs. Harry Warfel, 1605 .
f Girl, Scout WECO Neighborhood ff.J '.( NW 14th Street, will be. hos-I baby starts to
tess to the Arts and
Meeting, 9:30: ajn.;
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Dames. The meeting is set for : walk, the famous Firstie
Girl Scout House, 810 NE 8th : : i iy
f Street. F 8 pjn. I helps with just the right

Xi Phi Chapter of Beta Sig- :i __ Dr. and Mrs. Marion Baker support and easy flexibil

N> |, ma Phi, 8 p.m., Mrs. Her.. New faculty members of the College of Education at the University of Flor- will entertain the Education ity. Our skilled fitters see

ache Streit, 1115 NW 35th ida and their wives were honored with a reception Tuesday evening at the Stu- Dames at their home, 1120 .to it know
4I f Avenue. dent Service Center, when more than 250 staff members and their wives atten- NW 18th Avenue, Wednesday, i so you

WEDNESDAY, September ded. Heading the receiving line were Dean and Mrs. Kimball Wiles, center, September 9, at 8 p.m. everything's right from

Gainesville Bridge Club, pictured with Dr. Melvin Baker left, and Dr. Maurice Ahrens, right, who assisted The Engineering 'Dames the very first step.
in greeting guests during the affair. I
7:30 ajn., Holiday Inn.
Priced To
will meet on September 16 at
Mrs. Charles Alfred Petty Friends of the Library, Executive II Sin 5.98 To 11.98
:- 8 p. m., at the UniversityWomen's ,
5 JACKSONVILLE Miss Miss Jane Ann Baughan of Board, 9:30 a. m., Girl Scouts Slate MeetinQs Clubhouse, West :
=J, Ginger Diana Kennard Gainesville was bridesmaid. Mrs. William B. Pierson, 1831 Newberry Road.
.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. They wore floor length dresses NW 10th Avenue. II
55* Towney Gilbert Kennard of of maize voile over taffeta Cosmos Club, 10 a.m., Mrs. Local Girl Scout leaders, meet Thursday at 9:30 a.m., meeting will be troop adults The Law Dames will meet

...* <- Jacksonville formally of and matching nosegays of W. M. Rogers, 828 NW 21st assistant leaders and committee in the Girl Scout House. from Idylwild Element a r y, for a welcoming tea Tuesday,
Z* t' Gainesville became the yellow chrysanthemums.Father Avenue, sewing and covered members will hold UBA includes Metcalfe Ele- Kirby Smith Elementary, September 22, at the Univer- V "3V bride of Charles Alfred Pet- Best Man dish luncheon. theia first neighborhood meet- Patrick's Par- Lake Forest sity Women's Clubhouse, West ,
mentary, St. Elementary,

; of Florida Edu- ings of this season duringthe Newberry Road.
''''' ty of Jacksonville August 30, University ,
Alfred 'W. Petty served his ochial School Lanier Buchholz High, P.K.
Sidney Yonge
next two weeks.
during a ceremony in the cation Dames, 8 p.m., Dr.
.- First Baptist Church of Jacksonville son as Ushers were and Mrs. Marion Baker, 1220 The WECO Neighborhoodwill Elementary, Stephen Fos- School, Archer, Hawthorne, The Pharmacy Dames have I'
Robert W. Caldwell of Bruns- slated a welcoming tea for
Beach.Dr. NW 18th Avenue. meet at the Girl Scout ter Elementary, Howard Kanapaha and Micanopy are
wick, Ga., and Bob Rowe of also of Sunday, September 20, from
W. P. Everson officiated Winter Haven. University of Florida, Arts House, 810 NW 8th Street, Bishop Junior High, and Sun- neighborhood part whose 2:30: to 4 pm., at the Univer-

at the double ring sere Miss Vicky Rogers, cou- and Science Dames, 8 p.m., Tuesday, at 9:30 ajn. land Training Center, and Mrs. Donald chairman is sity Women's C I u bhouse,
ice performed before an al- sin of the bride was flower Mrs. Harry'Warfel, 1605 NW WECO Neighborhood in- also i n c 1 u d es Keystone Goodhart. West Newberry Road.
tar adorned with palms, can- girl. 14th Street. cludes Girl Scout troop work
delabra holding white tapers, The bride's mother wore a Recital, Miss Helen Bell ers from J. J. Finley Elemen- Heights, Melrose and Waldo.
; ; and baskets of white gladio- blue silk pebble crepe dress Jones, 8:15 p.m., University tary, Littlewood Elementary, Mrs. George E. Davis Jr.
: : 11 and chrysanthemums. with a matching lace Jacketand Medical Center Auditori Myra Terwilliger Elementary, is Neighborhood Chairman for We Will Be

; Mrs. Jack Proctor was or- matching accessor i e s. Westwood Jr. High School, UBA.
ganist and Mrs. H. Hutson Her corsage was of yellowroses. urn.Gainesville Entom o log y and Gainesville High School, CLOSEDTUESDAY
Messer of Gainesville was Club, Luncheon, Noon, Park also Alachua, High Springsand On Thursday, September 17, 1
soloist. Following the ceremony, Lane Cafeteria. Newberry. Chairman for Prairie Neighborhood will SEPTEMBER 8
the bride's parents entertained WECO is Mrs. Duke Mimms. meet at the Girl Scout Houseat To Observe Religious Holiday
: Carries Bible with a reception at the THURSDAY September 10 UBA Neighborhood will 10 a.m. Attending this
Given In marriage by her Jacksonville Beach Woman's Girl Scout UBA NeIghbor- LIBBYE'SNEXT
father, the bride wore a gown Club. hood Meeting, 9:30: a.m., Girl
of silk peau de sole, which The bride's table was cen- Scout House, 810 NW 8th McCormicks Establish TO THE FLORIDA THEATRE 1

: she had made. The gown featured tered with the wedding cake. Avenue.

a re-embroidered lace The punch tables were laid Fun Painters Class, 7:30 Home In High Springs
: bodice and chapel train. Her with white linen table p.m., Florida Union. I; --- -

veil fell from a wreath of silk cloths and decorated with Gainesville Junior W o m- HIGH SPRINGS Mr. Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gaines- planning a home?

roses. arrangements of yellow and an's Club 10:30 a.m., Gaines- and Mrs. Warren Lamar Mc- ville was matron of honor.
She carried a cascade bou- white chrysanthemums.Mrs. ville Golf and Country Club, Cormick are at home in She wore a beige and brown
quet of white roses and a Bible Thomas Lamar Rog- luncheon to follow meet. High Springs following their suit, matching accessories, re-decorating ?

given to her by her ers, aunt of the bride, kept Gainesville Library Advis- wedding, which took place and a pink carnation c o r-
grandfather, the late Pro f. the bride's book. ory Board, 8 pjn., Gaines- August 16 at the home of Mr. sage. here's carpet value you can't afford to miss. .,. .,
Frazier Rogers. The newlyweds have estab- ville Public Library. and Mrs. Archie Colson, Archie Colson of G a i nes-
Miss Judy Blackaby of lished a home in Gainesville Thursday Morning Coffee Gainesville.Rev. ville was best man. Candles

1 Jacksonville Beach, was maid where they are both seniors League for Women Bowlers Horace Ellsworth pas- were lit by David McCormickand Parthenon
of honor, and Mrs. G e o rge at the University of Flor- organizational meeting 9:30 tor of Hague Church, performed Allen Daniel of Fort by Callaway

Wayne Arnau, the former ida. a.m., Palm Lanes, Wa I d 0 the double ring ceremony.The White. Lawny"
Road. bride, formerly Mrs. Ring bearer little Miss
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Peggy Marie Underwood, is Carol Underwood, daughterof acrovrsars CARPET MADE WITHDUPONT "-
I ABOUT"PEOPLE 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Tem- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the bride, carried the ringson
ple, 740 SE 2nd Avenue. Willie Owens of Trenton. The a white satin pillow.A T s NYLON PILE
: bridegroom is the son of the reception followed the
A family houseparty is in Col. and Mrs. Everett M. FRIDAY, September 11 late Mrs. Mamie McCormickof ceremony.The .
progress at the home of Yon returned last week Gainesville Bridge Club, High Springs.The bride's table, overlaid
Dr. and Mrs. Ned Bingham, after spending the greater 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. bride wore a royal with a white linen tableclothwas

who returned last week following part of the summer at their SATURDAY, September 12 blue suit, matching accessor- adorned with pink gladioli -
a two year stay in island home in Canada. University Medical Guild, ies, and carried a bouquet of silver candelabra and '

:.= New Delhi, India. Their son, Capt. Frank Yon, swim party and luncheon hon- carnations and lilies of the centered with the wedding -4'

Dr. Bingham was on leave who has completed his duty oring wives of freshman med- valley. cake.
i of absence for two years in Okinawa with the special ical students, 11 ajn., Mrs.
UF of Edu- forces division a W. Enneking 1654 NW 12th
from the College spent
: cation working with the Min- month with them in Canada.He Road. KNIT IN THE -

: istry of Education in India has been assigned new
i to set up summer institutesfor duty at Fort Knox, Ky. Lutheran Guild liuddlespimMANNER
teachers similar to those
: held in the United States by *
the National Science Foun- A award for superior accomplishment Plans DinnerLadies Chanel
-inspired. :
i dation. in music theorywas
I Guild of the First Huddlespun-knlt.
: Before returning home the presented to Frederick Lutheran Church met recently This fabulous
: Binghams made an extended Marshall Palmer, son of the at the Parish Hall with Rev. ottoman knit of --t-/

e tour of Europe, the Con- R. M. Palmers, at the close of Robert BesaIski, pastor, pres- 100% zephyr
wool all out
: tinent and the Scandinavian the Transylvania Music ented the study program. for ease.goes I1ashion's I .
i countries. Plans were discussed fora : _
Camp, near Brevard, N. C. eye as :
covered-dish dinner to follow riT
; Mari nothing else... > t.
Their daughters,
.; Frederick received a sum- the 11:50: a.m. service'on with flap pockets .J i T .. *+
who with
i and Jane, were
S mer scholarship to the music September 27. ...especially 9,
: them In India are home and ,4;
camp, which is part of the in its :
: their oldest daughter, Sally, Brevard Music Center. He at- newsy great choice ?#
s now Mrs. J. C. DickinsonIII tends Gainesville High School of exciting f T
her husband, "Dick" and where he is a member of the autumn colors '
: their children, Jay and Matt, band and track teams. mix; "
who spent the summer in to match. _
Morelia, Mexico, arrived The Palmers visited the FAUCET WITH A FUTURE A
i. Thursday.Dick camp in late August and Save Wwk..:TJm....Wafer f i $35 95 <
attended several of the band
i son of the J. C. Dick concerts in which Frederick t' '3
insons Jr., was doing re- played clarinet.
: search in Mexico for his yQ::
: doctorate under a Rockefeller I ? "
f Grant. Now traveling througho
t Marjorie and Ned are at- Europe for three weeks is Dr. .
: tempting to become accus- Thomas H. Fay, New York
; tomed to a new "time sched City, son of Mrs. T. H. Fay. .
It.t .
: ule" in Florida and resum- Tom writes that he has especially t
: ing their teaching duties. enjoyed seeing Am- .
Marjorie long time teacher sterdam since his middle H. J.410 BOX NW PLUMBING 19th Lane CO. ';,i' .> Good news!With Parthenon you can keep to your decorating SPECIAL NOW
; at J. J. Finley, is now a name a family name is Phone FR 6-2231 : E '" budget and still not miss out on beauty, luxury or any of .
member of the new' M yr a Holland. the performance features you want In carpeting Hi-and-lo cobblestone
Terwilliger school faculty. t ..-.::, ." f, texture compliments any decor.Dupont 501'continuous filament $ 9S
Business Law Training BetterSecretaries I' ,] nylon pile springs back under heaviest traffic,cuts down on 7
Accounting I See Our Entire your cleaning chores keeps its fresh new look year after year.
Another family reunion is Speedwriting Cheese from a bevy of lovely fashion Colon SO Y

in progress at the home of Gregg Shorthand ,,, I Fall Collection .
Mrs. W. H. Barfield, whoseson Business English '
Hugh, his wife, their Business Word Power .
two sons, Gordon David, Business \ PARKING

: three years old, and Charles CorrespondenceCivil franklin'sf ,
a Galen, one year old, are Service Training
here for a week from their Business Spelling I
Cost Accounting "gjoum a '"'. -
home In New Orleans. I -
: Mrs. Barfield's older son, Business Math I DJollege Shop II ;
David, was here briefly last Typing
week en route from Miami 90 wpm In speedwriting d

4 tq Washington, D. C., to resume & Gregg. 4K
50 wpm In typing Is our Cream of the Crop Rating Tree Parking '
: .. his work with the In- mil Classes Now Forming t #.,A.N "
: ': ctitute for Defense Analysis. Rear Of Store ?

t ;: David spent the summer "on Howe) 's Business i College I 4 ,2317 ,SW 13th St. ,,. ,. .
: leave" working with .the, In- I !, ?!! ,b__ I ,- "'- :: i ... i ,
&stitute Marine Science at 401 W. University Ave: FR 2-4605 Across From Drive.J'i .
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Sunday, September 6, 1954 Gainesville Sun

i :i''September Brides 1.Take"ociaL' Spotlight Wedding

' Miss Nancy Pepper, daughter The First Presbyter i a n Plans

' of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carswell-Pepper Church was the setting for Arnau-Baughan

I. Calvert Pepper of Gainesville the marriage of Miss Jane

::1 and Waynesville, N.C., became Ann Baughan, daughter of Mr.
the bride of John Ru- and Mrs. ,Denver Ewing

tt dolph Carswell II, son of Mr. Baughan, and Lt. George

, and Mrs. John Rudolph Cars- Wayne Arnau of San Antonio PListed

. 'r well of Hazelwood, N.C., Friday .. son of Mrs. William Mere- todayfor v
!I.: evening at 8 o'clock. dith McLane and Randolph the wedding of Miss Ther-

: The ceremony, performed Curtis Arnau, both of Jack- z R esa Anne Greene and Bradley

,I I' by Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor, a a.R .. sonville, which was solemnized Willard Peak which will take
assisted by Rev. Waller last .
Gary night.Dr.
I < 0 place on Friday at 8 p. m. KEEP YOURWEDDING
took place in the First U. S. Gordon
pastor, in lona Chapel of the First
Presbyterian Church. assisted by'Rev. Gary Waller, Presbyterian Church. Dr. U. STORY
Banking the altar were officiated for the .
ceremony.A S. Gordon, pastor, will offici- ALIVE FOREVER
i palms and schiffoleria. Two reception, given by the
brass tree candelabra, flank- bride's parents in Fellowship ate.Miss between the covert
Greene is the -
ing a central brass candela- Hall, followed the ceremony.Mrs. daughter of one of our
of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Nun-
braum, holding white tap- H. Hutson Messer, sister A Wedding AlbumsThe
and floor baskets of white nally Greene, and Mr. Penkis
ers of the bride, soloist, and __
the of Mr. and Mrs. hole true
son storyof
gladioli, pompons and chrys- Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, organ- s '
Willard Otto Penk. jour wedding in
anthemums the
completed ist, gave the nuptial music.
Music will be presented by color or in our specially
altar decorations.
Two brass tree
? t Miss Margaret Merchant, or- finished prints .
windows were white can-
holding white tapers were r 'f
rj made just for you by
dles and greenery. used at either side of the altar ganist. one of skilled
Nuptial music was given by which was banked with Mrs. Thomas O. Neff Jr. candid photographers.d.1 our .

i Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones, or- palms and centered by an arrangement 6 of Charlotte, N. C., sister of

ganist, and her daughter, of white chrysanthemums the bride elect, will be ma

Miss Helen Bell Jones, solo- Hk gladioli and spider tron of honor.Bridesmaids.
I ist.The 't ", chrysanthemums.Mrs. will be Miss

altar candles were William G. Murdy, : Patricia Greene, sister of the

t lighted by Thomas Beard Rock Hill S. C., sister of the 0 bride elect, and Miss Susan I FR 6-5323

and Bartow McMullen. bride, was matron of honor. .. y Penk sister of the bridegroomelect. -

Chiffon Sheaths Worn She wore a floor length x 821 N.W. 13th St.Gaddiurfs .
Bridal attendants were Mrs. 'tJ sheath of light blue crepe witha ss Stuart Penk will serve his

Ji B. R. Appleton, New Brunswick deeper blue velveteen bod- ,' brother as best man. Ushers -

I N. J., sister of the 1 a$, ice and carried a bouquet of : will be Thomas 0, Neff 1

I! bride, who was matron of i L1 ivy and Fiji chrysanthemums, Jr., Charlotte, N. C., GregoryPac
I honor; Mrs. Dibe Early, I 'ry F tinted to match her dress. and Edward Welch of

'\ Hazelwood, N. C., sister of r. Father Escorts Bride Gainesville.

I the bridegroom, b rid e s- Given in marriage by her : f bi( After the ceremony the

i matron; Miss Ann Kirsten of k father, the bride wore a gownof bride's parents will entertain
i Columbus, Ohio, Miss Judy imported white satin brocade with a reception in Bethany

Maness, Jacksonville; Miss ; ft, Ii designed with full skirt Room. .
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Miss -
Martha Nay Stedman, ending in a chapel train. Her ,
Jane Johnston and Miss Ann >w
bouffant of illusion was

L Arnow, bridesmaids. held by a satin petaled rose
l They were gowned alike in headpiece. Her flowers were -

Empire styled floor length Mrs. John Rudolpi Carswell II white roses, stephanotis and Mrs. George Wayne Arnau
sheaths of sapphire blue chiffon .
taffeta with chiffon and black accessories. of the bride; Mrs. Sam Butz, ivy.A was centered with the wed- Messer.
panels at the back. Their North Carolina Home New Hope, Pa., aunt of the gown of beige crepe with ding cake. Two silver can- For a wedding trip along the \ s

blue satin pillboxes held circular The newlyweds will estab- bride; Mr. and Mrs. Paul matchup lace jacket was delabra with epergenette arrangements East Coast, the bride wore a Le
.veils of illusion. lish a home at Lake Junaluska Little, Marianna; Mr. and chosen by the bride's mother, of roses in shadesof cinnamon brown sheath with rP

N. C.Among. Mrs. William H. Maness, who wore a corsage of yellow pink and red were used at harmonizing accessories. i '
All carried arm bouquetsof ... -
Christian Dior roses. the out of town Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. roses. The bridegroom's mother either side and the punch After October 1, the newly- ltr ..

The bride given in mar- guests for the wedding were: George Slaton, Fort Lauder- wore a candlelight crepe bowls were placed at the ends weds will be at home in El I I

riage by her father, wore a Mr. and Mrs. John Ru- dale; Mr. and Mrs. William dress, matching accessor i e s of the U. Paso, Texas, while the bride- : You gain because we're

sheath of silk organza over dolph Carswell, Mrs. Dibe i Prevost and Mr. and Mrs. and had a corsage of sweet- Mrs. Albert Love, aunt of groom is serving in the U.S. I

taffeta fashioned with chapel Early, sister of the b rid i e- Howard Hyatt and Bill heart roses. the bride, and Mrs. Albert Army Medical Field Services. i MOVING

train. The gown was ap- groom, Mr. Early, and their George, all of Waynesville, Reception Assistants Love V, and Mrs. John Mor- Out of town guests for the I I

I pliqued with re embroidered children, Deborah and Dibe N. C.; Miss Gayle Pol k s, During the'reception, guests rison, cousins of the bride, cut wedding included Mr. and i

Alencon lace embellishedwith Early, all of Hazelwood, Jacksonville; were greeted at the door by and served the cake. Mrs. R. Curtis Arnau, Mr. Plastic pendant lights . $17.50
N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Julia Miles, Virginia Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and and Mrs. Francis D. McClos-

the bodice pearls and and sequins extend ing on Alvin Berry, Morgantown, Beach, Va.; Miss Candy Mrs. Chester Yates. Those presiding at the key, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Wall mirrors $15 to $25

of the skirt. N. C., grandparents of the Blair, Charleston, West Va.; Mrs. George B. Butler and punch bowls were Mrs. Dallas Harris, Mr. and Mrs. JamesP. I
down the front held bridegroom.Mrs. Miss Emma Jane Stockton, Mrs. W. Ellis Jones introduced Dickey, Mrs. Thomas Larrick, Little, Dr. and Mrs. AllenB. ; Writing tables $37.50

Her veil of illusion was flow- B. R. Appleton, New Mendem, N. J.; Miss Betty guests to the receivingline. Mrs. Frank Maloney, and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. i
+ cluster of pearlized Black lacquer stands $3.50
by a bou- Brunswick, N.J., sister of Byers, Anderson, S.C., Miss William, Pierson. James P. Little, Dr. and Mrs. tray
ers. Her flowers were a the bride, and Mr. Appleton Thomasine Harwin, S u m- The U-shaped bride's table, Assisting in the hospitalitieswere Allen B. Smith, Mrs. Martha
and Teapots $1 $2 $3 40c
of white roses, ivy Cups
quet centered by a ; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Uppof erton, S. C., and Miss Patricia laid with a lace cloth and Mrs. Stuart Scott, Mrs.J. Wallace, Mrs. Bessie Green, I '

white stephanotis roses corsage. Orlando, uncle and aunt Womack, Camden, S.C. draped with swags of smilax, Martine Pearce and Mrs. Mrs. Christine Reynolds, Mrs. Wall shelves, $8 Set of 3 $20

Josie Johnson, Hoyt Gurley,
Best Man .
Father all of Jacksonville. Rice bowls, 45c . :v?'t i"2 : Mugs 45c

man Mr.for Carswell his son.served as best Gaye Woodward Bride of R. E. WatsonSolemnized Mr. and Mrs. Paul Og-

included Bill R. Ap- gero of Tampa, and Miss
bargain values all fine scckgaddun1
on our
Ruby I. Barnes, Miss Louise
_!_:.uu?_, .KTntir,..... Brunswick: -, -N.J.----:.
plt Davis Miss Nana M.
Dibe Early, Hazelwood, N.C., yesterday after- wore a navy suit with matching
Miss Jennie Belle Dicks,
Bill George, Waynesv ill e, noon in the presence of close 'accessories and green all of Jacksonville Beach. c5l
N. C., Paul Littlewood, Mar- friends and members of the F velvet ribbon hat. The new Bridal Luncheon te'L io'ls

ianna, Fla., Chet Gatlin, At- family, the wedding of Miss lyweds, now on a wedding afternoon lunch-

lanta, Ga., and David Beard.a Gloria Gaye Woodward, trip to St. Augustine, will be eon Saturday was given to honor, a the 'ljowzg family and .!)anis i

The bride's mother wore Al daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton at home at 1202% S.W. First bride by her sister, Mrs. Mes-
re-embroidered 3RD AVENUE AT 1ST STREET. N.W.
sea green Woodward and Avenue.
and t h ebridegroom's Mossman ser, and her aunt, Mrs. Albert
encon lace gown Raymond Elliott Watson, son Love, who entertained at the
mother wore a w Both Mr. and Mrs. Watson
of Mrs. Eleanor S. Watsonof a yaq Holiday Inn.
petal pink Alen will continue their studies at .
two-piece Coral Gables, and R. E. -------
con lace over taffeta dress. Watson of Chicago, took placein the University of Florida,

Both wore corsages of white the Holy Trinity Episco-' where the former is a student -

orchids. pal Church. in the College of Law and SlEEPmZ and J.
Reception At Club 1
a 'fir, the latter-will be graduatedfrom
The bride's parents enter- ReEugene Ruyle, assist the School of Jour-

tained with a reception at the ant rector, was the officiat- : nalism and Communications
Golf and Coun-
Gainesville ing minister. Dr. David Stry- in December.
try Club following the cere- FALL SAVINGSKINGSIZE
mony. ker, organist, provided wed- I

Topiary trees of white car- ding music. .
nations were used on the tables 4 < Bridge
adorned withan
The altar was
in the foyer and an arrangement t'1 "','
all-white arrangement of
of white flowers

decked the desk in the sitting roses and gladioli.The fl !I GO

room of the club.Arrangements >." : Club .Irf$t
of mixed i bride's only attendant ; ..v1 ,. ont

white flowers were placed 1 was her sister, Miss Joanne LATEX '

behind the receiving line and Woodward, maid of honor. ;, rb for only I 14995

at the main entrance to the She wore a pink silk sheath Foam Rubber (Size 78".80")
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dining room, where palms with white lace overlay, pink ",:
were used in decoration.
tulle hat and carried a nose-
Among those assisting in gay of pale pink feathered ar a R. >:ct JOHN E. CRAPS I y J

the reception hospitalitieswere carnations and white roses. b I
v s J. B. Carmichael
and M. E.
Butz New
Mrs. Sam ,
Hope, Pa. and Gainesville; Carries Nosegay Valk walked away from the TOP QUALITY BEDDING -.
Mrs. Clark W. Upp of Orlando Given in marriage by her rest of the North South field
father the bride wore a Em- CAN COST YOU LESS
M. ,
and Mrs. W. PepperJr. in the Wednesday even i n g

William., aunts Gager of the Jr.bride, cousin; Mrs.of and pire style Alencon gown lace of white fashioned lace ..... -__,_ ,,,._,, ,_ V.A'_ game of the Gainesville i .; THAN 2c A NIGHT! yRs 1

train. Her flow- Bridge Club, garnering 91 : 4 y
the bride. with cathedral Ms. Raymond Elliott Watson s
Also Mrs. J. E. Puckett, ers were a nosegay of white match points. There were
t Among the out of town Donald Mong II of Sarasota, '
Mrs. Justus Williams, Mrs. roses. seven and one half tables in See this group of kin 9-size mattresses "J J
guests were Mrs. Watson Mr. Carlson Mr. Mr. and box that '
Mong, springs just naturally N
Jackson Mrs. and
Elmo Frank D. Newman Jr. of play, the average score I So much ,
mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. Charles McDonell, "go" together. quality ;
Tuberville, Mrs. Leo J. ; ,, and ;
for North South 2 comfort long wear have been
pairs :
Lake Wales was best m a nand Mrs. Frank B. Culver m Winter Park, and Mr. and was ;
Thomas, Mrs. Spurg eon ,, built in, that every one is a buy All '" r .
Cherry, Mrs. Frank Miles, Jack B. Miller Jr. andC. San Antonio, aunt of the Mrs. Frank D. Newman Jr. 72, for East West 63. sizes in the group.Immediate 9

Mrs. C. Addison Pound, Mrs.C. E. Davis were ushers. bride: sisters of the bridegroom of Lake Wales, cousins of the Mrs. D. W. Bowman and

Addison Pound Jr., Mrs. Mrs, D. Keith Carl- bride. Mrs. R. W. Bryan took second
Harry Duncan, Mrs. W. G. The bride's mother wore a son of Tallahassee and Mrs. For traveling, the bride
pale blue silk afternoon dress place North South with 75%,
Boltin Jr., Mrs. Beall Ad- ,
with overblouse of white lace, while Mrs W. T. Zeanah and
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ams.Mrs.. F. E. Clayton, M r s. blue tulle hat and corsage of Mrs. J. F. Wharton were third ,
white orchids The bride /Z. / 1 Delivery
Covington Johnston, M r s. ; Jjlt with 12'h.Van 1I
Clarence Ayers, Mrs. Car- groom's mother wore a cham- rr I f'j
los Proctor Miss Louise Kin- pagne silk ,suit with beige A. May and Mrs. JayA. j I ..-'
tulle hat and orchid Jones, Jr. led the East-
caid, Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs corsage.A \
John Merrill Mrs. Francis West field with 79%, with : :' """ KING SIZE FOAM RUBBER
,Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. reception, given by the Lois Eleanor Harrison is: the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller and Mrs.F. -, -,: .
Myers, Mrs, .John R. Harrison for their daughter born S. Hubbard
James Feiber, Mrs. W. B. bride's parents at? their t Friday, taking second MATTRESS AND MATCHINGBOX
McMullen and Mrs. WinstonE. home followed the nuptial August 28, in Alachua General Hospital. The baby is the place with 68% Mr. and I
ceremony. "' &r maternal grandchild of Mrs. Thornburg Cowles and Gard- Mrs. R. N. Livingston tied
Arnow. ner Covtles of New York and the SPRINGS FROM
City paternal grandchild with Ronald A. Bennett and
The brides' book, placedon The bride's table laid' with of JSIr.. and Mrs. Alfre4. Cohen. of Des Moines. Mr. Bowman for third, both
table adorned with a -
a embroidered linen *
cloth :
candle and smilax pairs having 66%.
memory with lace insets, was centered Sgt. William L. Henry and Airs. Henry of Honolulu, have

was kept by Miss Sharon by the wedding cake ,en-. announced the. birth of a son August 26 in U. .S. Army The club will hold its next r

Stedman, M r s. Ken neth circled with white, summer. "Tripler General, Hospital of Honolulu. game at 7:30 tomorrow eve-
Hodge ,and ..Mrs. ,Marcus A. flowers and ""* The babywho has been named William
greenery. Larry Henry Jr. ning at the Holiday Inn. VIS- t
Milam IIL is the second child of the
_Henrys whose address is 232-C
When the couple left on a Miss Martha Nay Steadman itors are welcome and those
: Koa Street*Apartment 3, Wahiawa, Oahu, HawaiiMrs.
wedding trip, the .bride worea Miss Jane Johnston and Miss : H nry'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Moore without partners are assuredof --I

deep rose cotton suit with Ann Arnow kept the bride's and Sergeant Henry is the .son of Mrs. John C. Henry, all being able to play at any (i
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Westside Baptist Qia(tt.sui1k e iWt Britain Reverses Argument t j'j'

Changes Program RELIGIONPine Of Religion in Schools 1 k kBy

boys and girl6ges6,1band_for,
Westside Baptist Church at the beginner 'music group ages Grove Baptist Church GODFREY ANDERSON exclusive private schools long! offer a revised version of a fam- ing case. It could be called
4039 Road launchesits
Newberry 1-5, under the direction of Mrs. LONDON (AP) A move to have had staff clergy to act as iliar prayer: 'For what we are Christian in a far more real

fall program this week with James Sanders. At, 6:30 choirs take religious teaching out of chaplains and teach religion, about to receive, may the Lord sense than Britain; yet it insists

the resumption of the Wednes-, meet for,.primary; ages, 6-8, Plans 59th AnniversaryThe Britain's schools has some most state schools keep the have mercy upon us." that no religion is taught in

day:family, night 'activities.: Mrs. JaCk. Humphries, director Church of England people wor- scripture period to the strict However, a recent survey by, schools. This gives a big impetus

*The night's schedule includes ; junior girls ages 9 12, Mrs.A. Pine Grove Baptist ing the morning service ried. They feel many parents minimum; others just ignore it. the Institute of Christian Educa- to the local churches and

the Each graded choir 5 Darrel Murray, director; and Church, which was organizedin which will go' toward the 'erec- .just can't be trusted to see that Schools up and dwn the land tion disclosed strong majority their Bible classes. Would. thesame

v Wednesday pjn.for junior boys ages 9-12, Bill Stee- tion of a new auditorium.The their children are taught. religion start their day with a hymn or support for continued religious thing happen here If scrip-
missionary groups meet ger and J. Fred Smith, direc 1905 with seven charter entertainment committee at all. two and a prayer, but thisas teaching. ture teaching were taken out of

tors.Detailed members, will celebrate its is planning for each fam- anda Anglican writer Eric Russell Some teachers have written to the schools? If is very doubtful.

a Er information will be 59th anniversary next Sunday.All ily to bring a basket lunch, The teaching of of scripture is has described it is a formality the papers to say that they con- Parents, who would shoulder

QE furnished today at the church former pastors membersand and in case of rain, dinner daily act worship and com- "to serve only as a necessary: sider the daily act of worship a most of the responsibility for
E in both state pri-
and enrollment in all choirs friends are invited to at- will be served in the educational pulsory the Educa- introduction to the more important farce and the teaching of scripture seeing that their children bear

and organizations will take tend Sunday school at 9:45 ajn. building. vate schools under child business of the sports re- largely ineffective. Others the teaching of the faith, have
Act of 1944.
place this Wednesday. and the morning worship serv- The church is located at 4200 tion minimum of sults, and the occasional appealfor argue it is wrong to teach a shown very little indication that

1i. Though new and just organized -ice at 11:00, followed with din- NW 39th Ave. Rev. Glenn must have a instruction one a good home for three white child a specific religious faith. they would collaborate effectively -

as a church last January, ner on the grounds at 12:30. Yates has been the pastor since period of religious And because the mice no longer of use in the The Church of England paper,t And where would the
each "
Westside provides a program An offering will be taken dur- May of 1961. is the state- biology department. editorially bewailing the des- teachers come from?"
i. with the advantages offered in I Church of England "Grace before meals," the perate shortage of Christian

a larger church-but with the established church, the teaching same writer has observed, "is teachers in Britain, commented -

9. Y closer association of a small I TELL THE TOWN I'usually conforms with Anglican also treated as formal hypocrisyand : l
in such
cases as
theology except
one pupil has been heard to "The U.S.As an interest-
one.The church motto is "Large Roman Catholic schools. Power of Prayer
ABOUT YOUR CHURCH While Britain's expensive and
enough to serve you, but small I I I

enough to need you." ;
..o Institute
r. The Sun's Church Page needs: some help from Attends StudyOn Baptist
I community and area churches.Together we can make Dear Edi-
MethodistsRidgeview the page useful and informative. tor, '?here
SUNDERl\L\N- Church are interest-
The Gainesville area churches are vital, and this Opens 21st Year ing facts for
To Hold page should reflect that vitality. Actively publicizingthe AdministrationMrs. your read-

Named DirectorOf happenings at your church is a way to do it ers: Shakes-

UF ClinicalLaboratories and at the same time inform your members and make R. G. Rich, church and GRACEVILLE Baptist Bi- Draughon, organ; Prof. Martin! peare made
Workshop newcomers aware and interested in activities.The V. McKinster and homiletics over 7000references
your financial secretary of the First ble Institute opened for its 21st English -

I I Sun has asked all area church ministers to ap- Methodist Church, has just returned session last Monday, th e ; Prof.. Thomas Stafford his works to in
A religious education Roote[ Jr., religious education
workshop on ,
point publicity chairmen to funnel your church news from the Eleventh Annual eleventh year here, the Insti- Bible Milton's run
The of Dr. F. for 85 Methodist leaders and Dr. Edward L. Scruggs, the ,
Sun's ask find church
to the church editor. We you to out Conference on tute having moved from Lake- I several thousand
I i into
William Sunderman Jr. as as- from throughout the state who will do this job in your church, and keep him business administration for the Biblical introduction.Dr. Browning refers to it I
sociate professor of pathologyand will be held Thursday and Friday primed on church affairs. We've let your ministers Methodist Church held at Lake land in 1963. James E. Southerland is II 600 times. Tennyson -
director of clinical labora : the church's camp Dr. Walter D. Draughon Jr. some
youth know the general guidelines for gathering and sub- Junaluska, N. C. president. 1 refers or alludes: to
tories was announced by the 'in Leesburg. mitting church news-what is news, deadlines, etc. The conference was attended dean, expected the largest first Baptist Bible Institute is own- the Bible over 400 times.

University of Florida last week. Attending the workshop will -and he should pass this on to you and your by 80 delegates from the eastern semester enrollment in the ed and controlled by the Florida -; Apparently a majority of

Dr. Sunderman replaces Dr. be the 12 district superintendents publicity chairmen. I half of the United StatesMen school's history. With more than Baptist Convention. Last better literature makes
I 100 new applications on file, 85 the total enrolment I reference to the
John B. Henry who has accept. and women, lay employees year was some
of the Florida Methodist Remember if an event is big news for your church,
or more freshman were to en- 232 from 18 and good book, and unques-
ed a position with the State University -:Conference and their staff it's likely big news for the church page. and pastors, professionaland roll with 125 coming states I it contains all
I returning.New one foreign country. I tionably I
of New York College of members in the field of educa- 'volunteer workers represented -
Medicine in Syracuse.A tion. As one step toward boosting the news content and several denominations. on the faculty are Dr. Florida students led with 112, I the basic stories' of hu j

I interest of this page, we intend to incorporatethe Subjects included finance, how Lewis A. Curtis, from Calhoun followed by Alabama with 51, mankind.

native of Philadelphia, Dr. Bishop James W. Henley, material now in the Church Directory into the to get along with people, bet- City, Miss., teaching Biblical and Georgia with 26.
Sunderman comes to the Uni- Lakeland, will be the principal material submitted by your publicity people. This I and Miss
ter communication for the Theology; Dorothy The Institute specializes in It is the history of early
versity Medical of Florida from Philadel-Jefferson speaker. Directing the workshop will call for active' publicity 'chairmen, but will increase I church staff, youth stewardship, Wamble of Bonifay, the new training men who enter the I man, his hopes, fears

College, will be the Rev. Milton H.I the news about ,your church and better fulfill 'business materials and new i professor of, piano. She was ministry when past the age for i the
troubles and gives us
phia, where he has served on the public service function of the Church Page i ,
Wyatt, also of Lakeland, executive minister of music for the First '
the faculty as associate in med- 'literature in the area of church college; average age last year word of God. This must
icine and member of the Divis- secretary of the Florida I The Sun's church editor will be glad to work with business administration, we!: Baptist Church, Columbus, was 31. College graduates and be why it heads the best

ion of Metabolic Research! Conference Board of Education. these "church reporters" to help them better do their fare problems of the 10 cal 1 Miss., the past four years. men under 21 are not accepted. seller list in and

Main purpose of the work job. church, inter office relation... Other faculty members include Women also enroll, although year

Dr. Sunderman is a Diplo- shop, the Rev. Mr. Wyatt said, ships and business administration. Dr. J. D. Allen, religious there is no woman's I out.
Your members of the
help, as community'schurches
mate of the American Boardof
Churches with member- education and church adminis- dormitory.
is to review all phases of religious }
in encouraging participation in "Revitali-
Clinical Chemistry and the education in 560 Sunday ships ranging from 250 to 4,300 tration; Prof. J. Lynn Bartlow, Courses are for three years Any words of mine are
zing the Church Page" will be appreciated. t
National Board of Medcal! Examiners .
Schools and map plans for the .. were represented. I music; Dr. Hal D. Bennett, di- Students may choose work in I too inadequate, but I felt t
and is Certified in Clin- I
the American rest of the church year, which rector of public relations and pastoral training, religious education i the facts about the Bible ,
ical Pathology by
field guidance; Dr. Wayne Del- or sacred music.
ends 31.Representatives. I
Board of Pathology.He mar Bryan, Old Testament; Area churches were using 100 cannot be repeated too
of the Gaines- First Lutheran Resumes
received his bachel is reader"Thank
o Prof. Cecil Loring Davis, Chris- students as pastors, and five as I often. Regular
ville district will include the
degree from Emory University, tian history and doctrines; ministers of music at the end' you! You too may
t Atlanta, in 1951 and his medi- Rev. John M. Sikes of Gaines
Mrs. Jacqueline Perry of the last school year. I' have your quotations,
cal degree from Jefferson Medical ville, superintendent, and Rev.
College in 1955. Thomas G. Mitchell, of First Two-Service Fall SCheduleI questions, or comments
Methodist of Gainesville, train- published here for the

-A minimum for family camping ing director; Rev. W. H. Comp- .'f-f.-:3;..... -. I A. NEW CHURCH IN GAINESVILLE benefit of so many!

is tent, sleeping bags, air tom, Dunnellon, director of gen- First Lutheran Church, 1801 to meet at 9:45 each,' Sunday third Sunday at the 8:30 wor- First Services September 13th Write Editor P.O. Box 13.

mattresses, wool blankets, eral church school work; the NW Fifth Ave., today returns morning, with Adolph Wirth ship. Norwalk, Conn. This public

ground cloth, flashlight, lan- Rev. David Denslow, Williston, to its schedule of two Sunday serving as superintendent.Holy This year the Senior Choir UNIVERSITYBAPTIST : service sponsored by

tern, campstove, cooking equip adult work director; Rev. JohnR. services, one at 8:30: ajn. and will be directed by Miss Rosa-

ment, plastic or paper plates, Brabham, youth work direc- the second at 11 aJn. C o mmunion serviceswill lynne Meyer, with the Junior CHURCH

water jug, matches, toilet tissue -tor, and Mrs. Titus Olson, chil- Also changing from the sum- be held on the first Sun Choir again directed. by Miss 1628 N.W. 6th St. .

paper towels, soap and a dren's work director, both of mer schedule are the Sunday day of each month at the 11 Martha Worth. Thomas Rogero JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL

can opener. Starke. School and the,Bible class, now o'clock service,, 'and on ,theCommunity is church organist SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45

The c bore h nursery will
again be open during the Sunday 1A*A 5 MORNING

I Church DirectoryGAINESVILLE school and Bible class V "t WORSHIP .

hour, and during the 11 a. m.
worship services.
311 S. MAIN ST.
CHURCHES Baptist Church, cher Rd.; services at 11 a.m. ene, 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat The Rev. Robert Besalskl, EVANGELISTIC C. F. GEORGE
Advent Churches NW 19th St., services at 11a.m. I and 7:30 pjn. 10:45 a.m. and .:30 p.m. pastor, today will serve Holy 7.fifi SERVICE Pastor
Advent Christian Church, 617 and 8 p. m. Lake Forest Pentecostal'Holi-: Trinity Church of the Nazarene Communion at the 11 o'clock FR 6-5361

NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. Westside Baptist Church, ness Church, services at 11 a.m. 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat worship, and at both servIceshe MISSIONARY FUNDAMENTAL

and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat and 7:30 p.m.University 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. will speak on "The Light .
Pentecostal Holiness University Ave. Church of the -- ---- -- --
Memorial Advent 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. that Shines Forever."
Christian, firth St. at 45th Ave., Catholic Church, Odd Fellows temple Nazarene, 3545 W. Un'.v. Ave.,

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 i St. Augustine Chapel, 1738 ) at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services -services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 !

p.m. W. Univ. Ave., Sunday masses, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. pjn. Ex-UF Center COMING!

Alliance Churches at 9:30 and 11 ajn., daily mass InterdenominationalGainesville PresbyterianFirst

First Alliance, Bishop Jr. Mon. through Fri. at 6:30 ajn. Drive-In Church, Presbyterian Church, THE VOICE OF PENTECOST
High, 1901 NE 9th St., servicesat and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 ajn. Confession Hawthorne Road, service at 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 Pastor NowMissionary

11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at 8:30 ajn. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I II I

Assembly of God 5 p.m. The Salvation Army, 22 SW Grace Presbyterian Church I 1 1I CAMPAIGN

First Assembly of God, Wal- St. Patrick's Church, 704 NEst 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and 3146 NW 13th St, service at 11 ,

do Road, services at 11 a.m. St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, 7:30 p.m. a.m. I
and 7:30 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. Jehovah's Witnesses Highlands Presbyterian I NASHVILLE, Tenn. The THE DESTINY OF AMERICA
p.m.Baptist ChristianThirtyninth Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave., serv-I Rev. and Mrs. Harold Wallof,

i Church 2500( Witnesses _1124__ _NE__ 3rd___ _Ave_' _M ices- at 11 a.m.- and 7rSO nm Jr., of Jacksonville, have been
i Calvary Baptist First Christian Church, SW at
SE 15th St., services at 11 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at service 6:30 pjn. KanaPahaPresbYteriSi appointed as evangelistic and REVEALED
a.m. and 7:30 pjn. l 1 am. ; LutheranFirst Church, Archer Road past Christian education missIon- SWEETING
I Lutheran Church, 1801 Medical Center, service at 11 aries to Brazil by the Presbyterian
West Side Christian Church
Carol Estates BaptistCharch ,
NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30 ajn. U. S. Board of World AN OPEN VISION. Will Expound
1428 NE 20th Place, meeting at Littlewood Elementary I
and 11 ajn. Holy Communion, Quakers Missions.
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 School cafetorium, 812 NW
p.m. 34th St., service at 11 am. first Sunday. at 11, third Sun- Religious- Society of.Friends, Wallof, a native of Tampa, HEAR THE The Vision and
day at 8:30.Gethsemane
1921 NW Ave., service at
Eastslde Baptist Church, 150: Christian Scientist Lutheran 11 attended school in Tampa re

E. Univ. Ave., services- at 11 Christian Science Church, 420 Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service ajn.Unitarian-Universalist ceived his bachelor of arts de- STRANGEAND Will Bring Dynamic

a.m. and 7:30 p.m. SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. at 11 ajn.University Unitarian gree from University of Florida a
Universalist Fel-
Faith Independent Baptist Church of Christ Lutheran Church lowship, 1204- NW 10th Ave.,I and the bachelor of divinity UNUSUAL Messages From
Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at degree from Union Theolog-
Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. Sunday school and services
Ter., services at 11 a.m. and 11 a m. ical Seminary, Richmond, Va.
Ave., services at 11 ajn. and both at 11 aimAREA PHENOMENON The Bible.Prayers .
7:30 served summer minis-
p.m. 7:30: p.m.Fourteenth. Methodist He as I
Univ. CHURCHES ter at the Presbyterian University !i
First Baptist, 425 W. St. Church of Centenary Methodist 1400
Ave., services at 11 a.m. and' SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat Baptist Center, University of'
Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv- SEPT. For
7:30: p.m.Forest I' ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. Archer Baptist Church, serv- Florida, as associate minister 'I

Park Baptist 162 Northeast Church of Christ, Faith Methodist Church, Howard ,ices at 11 ajn. and 8 pm. First Presbyterian Church,

NW 5th Ave., services at 11 l 1633 NE 16th Ave., services at Bishop Jr. High Cafetor- Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose Staunton, Va., and is a mem-I 21-27 The Sick
a.m. and 7:45 p.m. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. ium, 1901 NE 9th St.. serviceat worship services at 11 ber of Lexington
11 a.m. ajn. and 7:30 p.m, !
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Mrs. Wallof, the former
Church, SW 34th St. at Ar. Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., First Methodist 419 NE 1st I First, services Baptist Church at 11 of Mic-and JoAnne McEwen of Jacksonville i 7:30 P.M. -EachNightly
anopy ajn.
cher Road, service at 11 ajn. services at 9 a.m. and 6:1 St., services 8:45-: and 11 aim 8 pjn. attended Wesleyan College -t

North Central Baptist p. m. and 7:30 pjn. Macon, Ga. and receivedher
Hague Baptist Church, services '
Church, 404() NW 14th Ave., services : Church Of God : Trinity Methodist Church, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. bachelor of. arts degree Night.,.
Church of God Hawthorne
at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Road and Third Ave., services 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at Oak Hill Independent Baptist, from the UF, where she was

Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 9 and 11 ajn. Fairbanks, services at 11 aim named to Phi Beta Kappa.She .
800 NW 40th Ave., services a t EpiscopalEpiscopal pjn. Wesley Community Methodist and 7 pmWilliston also attended Mary Baldwin

11 a.m. and 8 pjn. Center Chapel of Church 826 NW 23rd Blvd., Baptist Church ser College, Staunton. Va.. and I

Oak Park Baptist Church, the Incarnation 1522 W. Univ services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 vices at 11 aim and 8 pjn. I Presbyterian School of Chris- JACE SWEETING OF
Archer Rd. services at '
tian Education, Richmond
Ave., Holy Communion at 8 Methodist MIAMI, FLA.
9:45 and I1 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. p.mWesley She is a member of Second
a.m., morning prayer at 9 ajn Foundation and Uni- Alachua Methodist, SE 1st
Old Fashioned Missionary Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st Sl versity Methodist Church, 1320 St, service at 11 ajn. Presbyterian Church, Rich
Baptist Mission, at corner of Holy Communion at 8 ajiu, W. Univ. Ave., services at Melrose Methodist, services at mond. Sponsored by Calvary Temple of Jesus Christ

NW 6th St and 34th Place, ser- morning prayer at 930. First 8:45 and 11:00 ajn. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
vices at 11 a.m. and .7:30: : p.m.. Communion at 8
Sunday, Holy MormonChurch -I Newberry Methodist, servicesat Tribalism which has been
Parkview Baptist- 3403 NW and 9:30. of Jesus Christ of Lat: 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. condemned as'a fortress of HIGH

13th St, services .at; 11 a.m. St Michael's, 2180 Milhopper ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th Orange Creek Methodist US- primitivism and praised for enriching I

and 7:45 p.m. Road, Holy Communion at 8 Ave., Sunday school 1C ajn. 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat the national cultural I
Pine Grove Baptist'_ Church a.m.; family service at 9:30. Sacrament meeting 6:30 pm.I' 9:30 a.m.Williston j I AUDITORIUM -1900 N.W., 13th St.
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at Hollam' I'I'' NazareneFirst Methodist Church pattern still is a vital_ forcein i I

11 ajn. and 7:3O.p.m-, EUam Pentecostal,. SW AJ> Church: of the Nazar services at 11 ajn. and 8 D.m. Africa. i

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This Series of Messages Is Made Possible By The Following Business Firms, Whose Desire Is

To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance ,

McDuff Appliance Store Raymond L. Tassinari- Rain &
Mr. C. Boyd Greene General Contractor Contractors,Masonry! Edwards Building Supplies, Jim Voyles Appliance Co. Jerry's Drive-In Restaurant

1121 N. Main St. Security Building- Mr. H. Coburn Rain-nc. Mr.Inc.Harry C. Edwards James &Anne Voyles Mr. H. Paul Maggard
1105 W. 419N.W.SrhAve. 2310 S.W.13th. St.
University Ave. Mr. W. R. Owens 726 S. Main St.

Royal Crown Bottling Co. : 1423N.W.7thSt.Howell's ,
Mr. Jim Hodnett Carlron's Dairy Badcock Furniture Jeffcoat Neon Signs
1201 E. University Ave. 930 N.E. 14th Ave. Business College- Firestone Store Associate Store Mr. Hubert C. Je fcoat .
James Jhnson- IBM Machines Mr. Charles E."Bud" Gibbs Furniture 1611 S. Main St.
Hershel 218 W University Ave Stewart Mr. Kenneth ''M. Gibbs
Town & Country Beauty ,Gains 304 W. University Ave.. 102 S.W.1st 1 Ave.Gertner's .

Salon Gainesville Granite & Sapp's Tree Surgeons

Ashley Beauty Center Central Hairstyling College, Marble Works Gainesville Production Mr. Pete Sapp ,
3424 W. University Ave. Inc. Mr. D. Roy Loveday- Credit Association Inc. 4203 N.W. 21st Drive
Mr. Odell Hines Mr. Gerald D. Heard Mr. Harold R. Gertner-
Mr. M. Frazee
218 S.E. 1st Mr. Virgil W. Harvard
St. 2135 S.E. 4th St.
Gainesville Nursing Center 4310 S.W. 13th St. 1 1133 S. Main St. Winn-Dixie Stores

S.W. 34th St. North of Mary Carter Paint Store .. .
Archer Rood One Hour Martinizing and House of Flowers McCollum Drug Company Robert & Helen Gerard
.Ceaners.! Mr. Ronald R. Wheeler 1124 W. University Ave. Fuller's Foto Inc. 501N.W.8rhAve.Guaranty .
William E. Van Winkle, Sr. 919 W. University Ave. 1324 E. University Ave. Mr. Earl N. Davis,Jr.
Henderson Land & Lumber Four Gainesville Locations 619 W. University Ave.
Co. McDaniel Furniture Co. Jim Sanders Federal Savings
'. Mr. Robinson L Henderson Mr.,John W. McDaniel Construction Co. Combs Lumber & Supply I Co. & Loan AssociationMr.

2303 N.E. 27th Ave. Marable Studios-Portrait 1-206 N. Main St. Mr. James L Sanders Mr. A. L Combs- Leo J. Thomas .

Photographers 2604 N.E. 19th Drive Mr. vi m. E. Combs
Mrs. H. M. DeTamble Mac's Drive-In Restaurant N.W. 8th Ave. at 4th St.
First Federal Savings & 602 N. Main St.Howard J. A. and H. F. McCormick Crowder's University City Television
Loan Ass'n. Nursery Cable Co., Inc.
1331 E. University Ave. Mr. G. H. Crowder Sunnyland Packing Company .
Mr. T. Wade Harrison r 522 N. Main St.University .
: Orange Heights Road Mr. Thomas E. Hardee
W. University Ave. Hall .
Agency- :
f Insurance Holiday Inn Restaurant 1120 S.W. 5th St.

General Gaines Steak House .
Mr. Howard Hall Gainesville Coca-Cola City Bank
:. GainenllleOptlclanl 605 N.E 1st St. Mr. John H. Hintermister Jr. Bottling Co. Bill's Meat Room Inc. .. Mr. J. E. Pllno.n.
Miss Ole L Rowan 1900 S.W. 13th St. 929E.UniversityAve. Mr. Frank James '- *" r.- 1116W.UnlversttyAve.-i'

805 W. University i Ave. Merle 'Norman: Cosmetics '._ Ernest Roughton fi: ;_
Brown Texaco Service '
Gainesville Livestock I 1001 N.W.4rhStf
Marjorie C. Butler Market
Koppers Co.,Jnc.
Mr. Robert E. Brawn
Mr. Lannie "
Hughes & Chestnut Funeral 513 W. University Ave. 1206 W. University Ave. N.w.ethst.Thompson' 7. Town Tire Co. Mr. Chas. H.:braN
{ Home. N.W.23rd Blvd.Publix .
Vidal Mr. Ernest Turbyfill>> _
Mr. Charles S. Chestnut Drug Company *
Coleman Kerosene & Fuel
605 N.W. 8th Ave.
18N.W.8thAve.JonesJohnson W. I L. Copelan- Oil Mauidin's Auto Glass ; =
W. P. Bourgeois Mr. N. L. Coleman Mr. Jones Mauldin Supermarket
Marion Co. Inc.
102 L University Ave.' Finance Lynn Chapman
;,- 372-2842 323N.W.6thSr.Morgan .
Mr. George L Ellis
Funeral Home. y 1014 N. Main St.

Mr. DeWitt C. Jones- Air-Way Dry Cleaners & Kirkpatrick& Pierson Inc. -222.W. University Ave. ".

Mr. Harold A.Johnson WWa and Typewriter A I ell CJ. Food Fair Stores
Main hIJretteL'G'"t: Builders Developers., William E. : Yellow Cab of GainesvilleJ.
311 S. St. I | 1308 S. Main St. i Morgan 1349 N.W.23rd Ave.
202 S.E,14th St.-' "1:' 4--. 901 N. Main St. WaHoc Brown N. Main at 10th Ave.
Phone 376-6411
Lamar Pearson Automotive Chandler's Drive-In /
Transmission Service Bank of Hawthorne .Restaurant Gate City Mattress
505 N.W.13th St.-" Mr. John J. Taylor "... Mr. T. A. Nielsen Mr.Belk.Lindsey Thomas Inc. J. M. Fields Department Store & Carpet Works c.
5 E.
.t FR 6-7321 Hawthorne.Florida -... ...--:-- -' : Spencer' Mr.Joseph E. Williamson Mr. A. D. Chamblet*
720N.W.13thSi. 1302 N.Main St. 1409 N.W.-23rd Blvd. 818 W. University Avt. .

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SB Gainesville Sun Sunday. September 6, ''1954

Melodrama to Kick Off_ I II .


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New Little Theater Season /;'' ... -. .-.'...-,;:..._........->-:15... ., >-n'.":--:. '. ..',", <_- ,--- .., .' "' :"\, I

The Gainesville Little Thea'off land, wanted by -a railroad, bert Carson, University Hu- : ..:..k. '...-'. : JiI: -.;; .. -' > 'fJ 4} :. ,.

ter will raise the curtain on its by marrying the valuable pro- manities prof.; Marie Linz- jf: '
'11964-65 season next Friday I perty's owner, Nellie Lovelace.He maeir; Dave Sincere; Billy ::g; : .. : : ;

night with a century-old "mel- is ("curses) foiled again by Winn (son,of Mr. and Mrsv Byron =' ";" '. .. t .. *.I., t/3L" .-' .__. -.,-.rt.A: ,, ,.." .
ler-dramy. Oakhart. Winn Jr.); Dr. David Lane; : ; 'il.J : ; '

"Dirty Work at the Cross All parts of the play are as Stan Hiltabiddle; and Dick and I ', "' !: ''' .. '*-' '- .' .-. '=::0 ""', .

i I'i'!i produced roads by as Bill'a serious Johnson play, was in written the in locale..the This 1800's has, exceptfor been Annette Hiltabiddle, Martin.and the Martins I IA_':,.i t;:: ,, .: .tlWUH'; .-.3 ." '. ..L..;:. .: -' r i .[;'.- :7"r.1'fAL" ';:;.,-,,,!_-..:-O "Q. SI f' \"

the 19th century. But those switched from Ohio to Alachua recently moved to Gainesville: p-l

were the days of "demon rum" County. from Glens Falls, N. Y.where'I
and Little Nell, when heroes Music for the production has they were leaders in that ,com,
were all red-blooded and brave been staged by Jane and Del munity's lyric theater. '\ ..__.
and villains were hissed. Sterrett, which the handbill Other cast members are Mrs.i j j ;
lists "The Fabulously Tal-
The Gainesville civic drama as Ann Dudley, appearing as the ;>'
ented Team of Local Musi-
.' group has recreated that style cians. Besides- heroine, Nellie Lovelace; August ,.''
: of j stage technique taat thrilled accompanyingsongs Rubrecht as Mookie Magug-
,I Alachua County' audiences by the cast Del and Sterrett betweenact will- gins; Ida Rhinegold, billed as i ; \ "1 ;
in ;Gainesville's opeia house in a "notorious vampire", is play-
follow action of the play with
the 1890's. ed by Mrs. Phyllis Dilgren.The .
music of that
piano era.
Widow Lovelace Mrs.
to the
According director
Sterrett, who is direc-
Esther Porter Lane hero Adam Flori- Gail Gyles; Mrs. Upson Aster-
tor for the
Oakhart (played by Louis Go- bilt, Mrs. Patricia Godey, Leonie -
da Union and assistant professor -
dey) is to be cheered, and the of music, was associatedwith Asterbilt Mrs, Jury Men- .
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"evil villain from the city," the Rodgers and Hammer- denhall; The French .maid,
'' Munro Dick Fleurette, Mrs. Betty Glock
Murgatroyd, ( ; IT r
I stein Broadway musical company
Iu Kraus) is to be given appropri- before coming to Florida. and Little Nell is played by Miss ::.
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ate audience reaction.To Vickie Sterrett.
Mrs. Sterrett, who will sing be-
The audience will be seatedat :: %
modern the
play-goers, tween acts, also sang profes-
small tables in the NW 16th
i result is anything but serious sionally in musical comedies on .
Blvd. auditorium. Hostesses:
drama.In .
Broadway and television.
in Gay Nineties' costume will
the plot, the nefarious Others taking part in musi- serve refreshments. I

Murgatroyd attempts to grab cal numbers will be Dr. Ro- Performances will be held Y..

at 8:30: p.m., Sept. 11, 12, 17,I l > 1,1

i 2 Florida Youths 18 and 19. Because of limited ..f
seating space reservations will V. t

be necessary for membershipand .

For Fatal N.J. general admission tickets. r
Reservations can be made by
calling the theater.
r. MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) track, was taken to Atlantic City I ,
Murder charges have been Hospital after the assault. He

lodged against two Florida was admitted in critical condi- ElectricalHOME :i

youths following the death of a tion and died last Sunday, .
56-year-old Baltimore, Md., man allegedly as a result of the beat- ;. ,,
who was beaten and robbed at ing.

Atlantic City Racetrack ort Aug. Kelly and Robson were arrested Residential For All Electrical. Commercial Needs t' .< .1tid., .',,''... .
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and held on charges of atro- .Industrial ," ,

Paul David Kelly, 18, of Mi- cious assault and battery and CALL i "
ami, and Christopher Burke robbery. The charges were C. P. Dressier '
changed to murder when Kane ; '
Robson, 19, of Hallendale, are Electrical Contractor

being held without bail in At- died.Robson Phone FR 6-6193 ;. ., -
lantic County jail here. had been employed as 910 N.W. 4th St. -- ;
a groom at the race track. '" ,..
They are accused of beating I '
Edwin Kane 56, of Baltimore, ; ,.
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and robbing him of $100. : -1.:'.
The two pleaded innocent to !

murder on Monday before Ham- f

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State police said Kelly told Y'
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Navy. He had been assigned to : :jlJ" .i..t\ ,:;r

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Sunday September 6, 1954 Gainesville Sun 9B "

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1 t za i With The $ $ $ S $ $ $ S $ $ $ $ HiPrizeword $ $ $

V Boys ?4 Puzzle CornerLast

Last r
Dog Show Boys and girlsare will hold its first meeting of the I GAINESV1U.B SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES

I1* invited to enter their dog in fall program September 9 at Prizeword 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE 1$ $400.
the annual Ken-L-Ration Dog 7:30 p.m. at the Boys' Club. Mr. remain if no correct constant solution at $400 U reached until solved.In this Sunday's puzzle the weekly prize will

t Show Sept. 12 at 1:30 p.m. En- Large invites boys in senior: high 2. If the winning entrant has been I home-delivered subscriber to The Sm!
4 for the preceding 30 days, an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
w try blanks may be obtained at school to join the Keystone Club ExplanationsCLUES one correct 'puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus Will|
Publix local elementary -and take part in activi- be divided among them.
many 3.fIhoXS will pay at least ta each week for the> correctly solved PRIZE. '
,Q schools, Coca Cola ties such as flying, fishing, ui PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is re- !"
ACROSS: calved the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the cor-
,i r trucks and at the Boys' Club. swimming, juggling and community tact solution ?

I Flag Football Registrationfor services. Ken Van Nort- LEASHING not lashing. 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from cacti

.. 11 flag football has started and wick is president of the group. !I BASHING is the strongest answer or clue usa the a word good which exKt-lz'you think n KWawn best fits facsimile.the clue Mechanical definition. or Clip otherwise out the puzzle whop

applications may be obtained at Other members include Richard implying cruelty. "Lash- salt reprOductions will ""I be acce tabl.. This contest to based on skilL The
the Boys' Club. Team assign- Spongberg, Ricky Neal Payton ing an animal" with a light agree deCIsion to of accept the this ludges decision shan as be a flnal condition and of all entry.contestants All entries taking become part must the

\ t. ments will be made September Rackley, Mike Bar, Pete Go- whip, or perhaps lashing him property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.

\ r 4f "" 19 when all players must re- dey and George Selin. up temporarily with a rope, to families S. Anyone, may except err this employes contest.f. of. the Gainesville PUblishing Company and that

port. Three leagues will be of-I Story Hour Story Hour will give; him medical treatment for After have

,- fered: Cadet (7 and 8)), Midget be held again this fall with education -instance, are both harmless posfclrd. Mail you it from filled a Florida In the P puzzle totflc' ,paste," *t Prizeword N on the Pete.back Gainesville of a fou -Sun enf

: ((9[ and 10)), and Junior (11.13)). students from the Uni- enough. Gashing does not suit'even P. O. Box artment 51. vllltS.FISS-a. > or bring w to the Gainesville' Sun Clrcu-
.VV 2nd Plact' All entries to be eligible for tfIf
:; ;< Boys' Club Hours -The Boys' versity serving as instructors. without noticeable I be received Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednes-
a.m. We
'"Iia,. 1 Club opens for the fall season Days and times have not been harm." Washing is poor. a'tlon'o In art envelopes not responsible cannot be for accepted.entries lost or delayed In the malls.

Sept. 8 and will operate Monday established but will be announced 5. FACE not fact. The clue's I I can be no correspondence or telephone' calls regarding the contest.
Book Drive BeginsDonated 7-9:30 and Saturday 9 a.m. 5 soon. reference to "TV," a visual may lubmlt not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest. iaa' .

p.m. Membership is open for Drop Out Program One medium, is a pointer to FACE Clrcul.flon A COPV of the G.lntsvlll. Sun may be examined free of charge at thee
Friends of the Department
in the
books.began trickling to Library last week 7-18 of and the of the most successful Fla.. during of the Gainesville Sun at 101 5E 2nd Place, Gainesville, ,.
boys programsthis regular
i years rather than fact. office houra.
as the annual book collection drive got underway. The books will be sold Oct. 1- will
3 with the proceeds going to the Gainesville Public Library. Drive. workers membership fee is $1 per year coming year in all 7. PIERS not tiers. It elm 1 ght PUZZLE,. WInners.will be If any, and correct solutions to this Sunday' PRIZIWO.RI'!:
renewable each December. Ac- probability be the Drop Out pro- announced and new PRIZEWORD' PUZZLE publish In next
Grant McDonald, Mrs. Sam Colgate and Mrs. John Baxter (above) began the recommendedby hardly surprise you" to find that Sunday Gain vmSu .
offered in woodshop Students
job of sorting the books. Donors may take their books to the Gainesville Lib- tivities are gram. "a number of PIERS" were 11. ne CaIDelYWe SUB reserves the r-
arts and crafts Junior High School counse- rilht to correct eel typol1'lPhieaJIIU
i rary or call FR 21061. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) room library group clubs. physical games and lors will be given special in- "alike." "You" expect .tie r s in Snore o or any with e her this errozs oonteet.whicis: mar appear iD any published m.WUI

;J. guidance.Punt I struction in the field of Math, ([i.e., rows) to "be alike." "- ".

Pass and Kick Local I science history and English bya 8. HEAL not seal. "In a sense": Puzzle No. 34

i. 1.te ENTN6: competition for the Ford Motor staff of volunteers headed by favors HEAL which only means

Company Punt Pass and Kick Dale Ingamanson. Mr. Ingmanson -"to close up in" the "sense" of
t fS PoST contest will be held October 10 is a graduate student at the, a wound. Seal means "to close Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

at 10 a.m. with October 17 as University and has donated his I! up" in quite a general way.

j the alternate date in case of services for several months in Deal, meal and peal are not 3 4 6
rain. Registration applicatio helping to keep potential drop' good. M S RA H

are available at the Boys' Club outs in school. I TC 0N W
Helen 9. OILY not wily. Oily is I A Tl 0
Sept. 8 to Oct. 9. PP&K is for Science Boys interested in
I soprano, r boys ages 813. Members of Jun- telescope building, and electronics stronger, since "a wily character" A WER
could be
the piano r ior High schools athletic teamsor and electricity will have the 9
cert in avoid giving any such "im O L F T T LR
q boys who are certified to rep- opportunity to take part in this "
ida resent their school teams valuable training this pression.
are program F
w.L o I
i I not eligible. coming year. More information 14. PUSH not gush or rush. i

,, Miss Keystone Club Keysto n e concerning the Boys' Club Sci- "Refined young ladies" need to t It is D E N \

Dr. and Club advisor Don Large has an- ence program will be forthcoming. rush in cases of urgency. The n' Ib i8TAL

of nounced that the Keystone Club clue says the "teacher may 1 \ L
last two well" do this, but gush is hard- I ,
Musik L ly the word the "teacher" woulduse. U Ri"s \

on man a Pool Hall Rules PUSH. PUSH is certainly is most rude.apt, as to I. 10 R SE'u t3 VE ,;i

ice. 18. GRIM not prim. "When offended" T E t

ville favors GRIM, since it I i Z4 !

Hamburg productions under the di- Court Test FailsAn is fairly typical of "a'prude" to .i W B 11..Y : ..

on a of Hans Busch. "look' prim" at almost any D V Y 1' h

second arship. she returns to Hamburg time. Trim is remote. \ & 1364 BELL McCLURE SYNDICATE

..'t her studies this fall she attempt to test the consti- Florida men's dormitories on 21. RAVING not waving. The I "

.. Miss i continue voice work with tutionality of a 1963 law regu- University Avenue, but gave clue indicates that "one might If you are not now a home-delivered sub-
Berger. wish" to "ignore" such "a scriber and would like to have The Sun
\. gram lating pool and billiard halls attorney Richard Wilson an opportunity per- "I I started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
selections Concert Schedules failed in Circuit Court here Fri- to amend the com- son, favoring RAVING rather I home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2

(, j Love"If ," an complete University of day.Circuit Judge John A. H. plaint.Wilson, admitting in a hear- than waving. I Name

Cantata concert schedule for Murphree granted dismissal of ing before Murphree Fridaythat CLUES DOWN: .
"Oh! Had fall trimester is now in i motions filed by City Attorney many of his questions about :I Street Number

Then and is available from Osee Fagan and Assistant State the new pool law dealt with se- 2. ABILITY not agility.. Any : Mail to: The Prixeword Gainesville Contest Sun

lieder by : Department of Music office. Attorney Mack Futch. mantics, debated the intent of agility called for would be em : ... .Box 57 Winesyilla, Fla. ,'
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+ und W e obtain a schedule, please The judge dismissed the com- the law. braced in their ABILITY. ABILITY Ii1- '..T -

glaube," or phone the University plaint filed by G. B. Robertson Under the law, when alcoholic therefore makes a com City State Phone I
"Liebe Department of Mu- of the University Club, which is beverages are not sold, min- prehensive answer.

en." Gainesville. just north of the University of I ors who have a notarized mem- 3. HARRY not hurry. He cer- Prizeword Pete

bership card signed by their tainly "won't like" being HAR-
Operatic I parents or who are in the armed RIED; but he may not mind

Verdi and Man Named Head services can enter a pool "you hurrying him" politely, CLUES ACROSS
vide the hall. Before the 1963 law min- I for example. :

.. ors could not enter pool and 4. GALE not game. In a GALE, 4. 'It can, of course, be simply appalling.
....e Industrial Commission billiard halls. "much 'responsibility may rest 7. A printed may call your attention to something im
I. .... The complaint claimed the on the captain" (singular). portant. ,

& (AP-Ronald) S. Spen-: Spencer has been chairman of ,law is "vague" indefinite and "The captains" (plural) wouldbe 8. Mention of Paris may suggest a great to you.

." .. Jr., a native Floridian and, the advisory council to the industrial uncertain. more apt for game. 9. It could where
.. I happen, this was concerned, that much .
ee Fagan argued that since the .
.'.. of three and half years commission since Far- did i 5. FOALS not fools. FOALS, depended on the accuracy of a single shot. ..
complaint the
214 NW has in state industry the chair-rela- ris Bryant became governor. 'city or any city agency with; vio- I being young animals is clearly 11. Suddenly feeling unwell, a man might try but be unable ..

accepted "The council is a grass roots lating Robertson's constitutional .a good answer. Fools will hardly to finish it, as hoped.
of the Florida Indus- .
Commission. organization made up of labor, rights, the city should not "stir" any "protective instinct" 15. Large quantity. .

will replace Worley industry and laymen represen- be charged with defending the :' merely because they Fowlis are 16. It would be natural to tell your friends all about one
Fowls Is too
i tatives. We advised the commis- suit. He noted that there is no ools. vague. you'd enjoyed.
who resigned Sept. 15. ;
the commonly accepted
sion various of more
on things impor- city ordinance dealing with '
Sahara"a Pensacola 17. Scream.
34-year-old na
FlE tance and offered assistance to pool halls although there is an plural form in any case. Foils
and Stetson graduate, said for the clue 19. Officer who is assistant
1 : legislators," he said. ordinance calling for compliance -and fouls are poor to a superior.
forward to the job as "
: with state statute?. word, "draw. 20. A rival's smugness over a of his could infuriate a man.
challenge. He will move "As chairman of the
: wife and two young children council I am of course advisory familiar Judge Murphree's ruling cited 6. CARTONS not carbons. 21. A secluded could be a good place to meet unobserved.: ,

with the commission's set an absence of any controversy "Certain businesses" sui ts 22. It would be bad publicity for a starlet to insult one.
L ', : up between Robertson and CARTONS better since carbonsare
he said. "But I was a little surprised 24. Female sheep.
used in the
the city; no cause of action en- great majorityof
I KORT CHILD CARE i at being appointed." I abling the court to grant any "businesses." 25. In a time of crisis optimistic journalists might prophesy
open for I I' relief and that Robertson that everything was going to turn out all right. ;
I 16. RACE not "Drop out"favors
Spencer moved to Ocala six pace.
Ball Game Pick Up I I 26. Not likely to be straight where the
sought an advisory opinion that RACE. "Drop back" course of one is ,
LiMlewood and Terwilliger Schools years ago as secretarytreasurer the court could not concerned.
Newberry 'I I grant.CD would be better for pace.
Read N.W. Section. of the eI
FR :er Dixie Lime and Stone
I I 17. BILL not till. BILL is gen-
d Company. Directors erally apt; but what would "a CLUES DOWN: :

: og.m.Kjttu.WILLIAM; _....._ ?*rz I man with no head for figures"be 1. He's there in the position to serve, of course. :
To Confer On
i doing "checking" a till? 2. the :
P SUSANNAH Getting wrong .can possibly prove to be tn expensive
This makes till far fetched as mistake.
an answer. Mill and will are not
: 3. If stranded, when someone has stolen his fisherman :
-, a
.,. good for the clue words "in a :
r ..c..... WEST PALM BEACH (AP- might find himself in a dilemma ,

I I i iI I I Civil Defense directors and city not maps. To make"reference" 5. Parts of plants. :
L' 4 county officials of nine 6. Become larger. :
n Florida counties affected by to means to referto
: Hurricane Cleo were asked Sat- verbally rather than in the 10. It's below the wrist. :
: in which refers toi. 12. Just
I urday to meet here next Wed- sense one a single example. :

: ,nesday. (i. e., consults) a map. With this 13. A producer who a talented newcomer in movies mightbe

> I I I TEClaIlCOLOR't I I Col. Hugh Best Civil Defense in mind, MARS is the most apt.. richly rewarded in the long run.

satls e I director of St. Lucie County, Mass and mats do not suit" the.clue's 14. In public speaking, it's a good thing to avoid.

said the meeting was to discuss reference to "space. i 18. One might feel pleasantly relaxed after a game of :
aid for hurricane victims. 22. GAS not gag. The clue is apt i tennis.

e :: Gov. Farris Bryant has asked of a, "person" being anesthetized 21.
Applaud by striking hands together.
SUBURBIA DRIVEINTHEATRE President Johnson to declarethe with GAS; but it is an understatement -
23. Short for "Abraham.
counties a disaster area. surely, regardinga

I Counties invited to the meeting "person" being forcibly gag-
U First Time Tonight 7:30 I included St. Lucie Indian ged.

tiAIfSCA echfOR1iT1o( River, Martin Okeechobee Vo- FREE WORD LISTTHIS
Solution Last Week'sPuzzle
s c NOW THE SCREEN I lusia Palm Beach Brevard,

DTtI EXPLODES I Broward and Dade.

I Notice to hereby given by the undergncd .
within it* subdivision des South BIA
I 0k Park and recorded In put took S HiTNtG F A C EB
9FTHEWAI ("sat page M erf the publiC record of A A 0 AP.1 PUZZLEABE
AUcnu County Florida. nut a petition
will be filed with the Board of County 'E R S L _A RL
Commissioner of Alachva Cpurry. Ftor.At HIEIA L T
lea> Hs meeting oft Scptcffvit t 22 ONE STARTED
1,... requesting that the pUt of laid subdivision OILY! SHOW BLUSTER FAN POWER STUFF

.. E.S E P'US.HS.A .
CIlIIIIIJIEUIE ..... UInU MT1Sfl2ND The CIty Plan Board will "]lei a Public N DR CAVE GOLF ROSE TALK
Hearing on September 17. |'". at GiR I fF CLAP HAND RUSE TOWER
i ':00 PJM. hi the auditorium of the
FEATURE Utilities Operation Canter. s&S South. ; RA, V I NG; 0 AC COAT LIVELY SOLE TRASH
tn Avenue, Gainesville. COVE LOVELY WOLF
east } Florida to L AG.E M R SOLO
gjowpo 3 Na Biyt pedoe ,. A request by the TrvstcM of Centenary WELL 5 EEKS' DAILY MAN
Methodist Church of Galnesvffie.
1 1Y CLJRTS :SOME l 1 KE Florida to close the alley lying I

"t LE JACK t twra.Iuuudkla T NOT In This fey 1st plat South"cat Beds Street.Block lie of Avenue thereof alley of Alacfcue Mtwthome page State F.Tes recorded Ukew 14 and in Head County of Itw y Road Southeast Groves.Flo.putlc PUt V-Sruthaatt wa.bounded a*Book lying rec lath per" ,$.$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ s $ s $ $ $ $.

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lOB Gainesville Sun Sunday, September S, 1964 i

= Plan ,- CLASSIFICATIONINDEX S Baby Sitters, Child Cart 12 Mala Help W.....

I. .- S .WILL keep children "home Fia- CABINET MKERS Custom Cafcfc
/ SEE / :,: vet net & Inc. has Immediate

by .,->. :* :?L : For School II.Colt FR 26242. assemblers openings formica for me c m

THEREIS driver. Call to arrange lr Iter

11 FEMALE HELP WANTED view after 3dayime., i!

ANNOUNCEMENTS WOMEN interested in learning to .
make drapes and chair covers.
IntegrationMERIDIAN 1 In Memorlam 220 S.E. 21st Street. __ OPPORTUNIT

SUNPOLICE 2 Card of Thanks
3 Lost & Found CLERK WANTEDH.
Miss. AP) '--
: 4 Personalized Services '
Full and port time. Must b and R. Block Nation's Largest
II II Civil rights leaders planned 5 Travel Information able to work nights : Income th Service wantsto

FIRE REPORT j ed traffic light $10. John R. Evens 426 ,Waycross Ga.. fishing without a license 6 Special Notices Sundays. Only neat appearing locale a person capable ot opening
SE 13th Ter.. improper backing 125. '$20. Johnny S. lee. Starke aueult and Saturday to take legal action to 7 Florists. a volume tax service in
Accident Roundup Albert E. Wood. '610 SE 72nd St.. failedto battery $100. Been D. Mansoio 779 NW and dependable persons Gainesville. Excellent opportunity
report accident. $50. ArcheVer Pet 37th St.. fishing: without a license, $25. force desegregation of white I Baby Sitters Child Care need apply. Apply in person for right pr We train

Involved in accidents reportedby erman Jacksonville prohibited turn. Elijah Robinson Archer speeding $35. 9 Places To Go And 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.. Personnel you. Send rem t box 547-m
here after school of Gainesville
the Gainesville Police Department $10.Gilbert Pervis Ross Brooker no votid! driv- Things To SeeAUTOMOTIVE Office J. M. Fields. care S.
M. Ails Melrose ran red er's license. $35. Ira M. Wen> Talla- officials two auto me-
turned down the first
and the Alachua County light $10. Marvin Davies. West Palm hassee. worthless check. $300. Oscar D. COCKTAIL waitresses wante Apply WANED of paid

Sheriff's Office during the Beach ran red light. $10. Sharon S. Simmons Ocala. allowing an unauthor. Negro enrollment bet t and PM or plenty wok
Lykins. Cincinnati. ran red light SIO. ized person to drive, $35. attempts.A ctlct Woody Bramble. vacation and -

past 36 hours were: light Billy M.110.Betz William 719 NE D. 9th Coward St. ran case disposed of:' Archible C. Lewis. spokesman for the Councilof a 76 Airplane Safes-Rentals leans 4540 NW 13th St. pony benefits. Apply in person

Joe F. Allen Jacksonville and sonville ran red light., $10. no address listed. worthless check. Mrs. Federated 78 Trucks for Sale WAIRES wanted. go hju-s. to Jim Herwitt Service
R. O. Dawkins Fort Myers. worthless Organizations week. ChickenRestaurant. Motor
Clarence Fernandez. Bronx, N. Y 79 Trucks Wanted Manager. Ridgwoy
Roosevelt Gordon Hawthorne red G. Goodwin. check. which 1304 W. Univ. Ave.
ran light SIO. Daniel sponsored Friday's Co.
1929 NE 8th St., ran red light $10. WaIter sentences: Danny M. KCIdJ Live 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals CASHIER I experienced. Apply in
at 8:10 p.m. Friday on State Jewell Jr., Palatka. ,ran red light. Oak. reckless driving. traffic school and desegregation move by two doz- 82 Trailer Rentals person. Wonderhouse Restaurant. '
Road 200 in Hawthorne. $10. John D. Ross. Melrose. ran red $20 costs. LeRoy Love. Hawthorne no W02TH COST ENGINEER-
valid drivers license $35 or 30 days. ,en Negro children, said it would 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears.
light SIO. Wayne M. Toohey. 2131 NW
Willie Elkins Jr., Cross City ran red light. $15. Harvey l_ Price. High Springs. inadequate :file a federal suit. 84 Automobile Repairs WANTED experienced waitress. $400600Mo.Must .
In cost
be well grounded ac
Lewis H. Wilker n. 321 NE 11th St.. brakes. $35 or 30 days. Henry p. 85 Automobiles for Sale Apply Humpty Dumpty Restau
and Lonnie Session Jr. 1610 NE budgeting reports
Valisalo. 3722 NW 16th Blvd.. counting.
improper I The Negroes Ben rant. 310 NW 13th St. pp
ran red light SIS. William W. Parker. including
aration, and account analysis
change lanes. traffic school. 86 Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL
3rd Ave., at 11:25 p.m. Fridayat 728 NW 6th St., ran red light. $10. Charles John M. Waters Jr. Hawthorne fol- Chaney, 12, brother of slain civil WANTED experience waitresses terpret engineering drawings and
W. Shorter. 158 NW, 13th: St.. speeding
alt shifts. Larry Restaurant understand engineering concepts.
NE 8th lowing too close. $20
Ave. and Waldo or 10
$10. Joda W. Newsome Jr. Wal- C. Hammond. 1018 SW feth days.Place Luther rights worker James Chaney 1225 W. Univ. Ave.EXPERIENCED Minimum of two years college
Road. do. speeding. $10. Katherine T. Ellis. I required. Age not to exceed 35.
violation of boat
safety act $20 or 5 tried to to take
enroll woman
at five white
4026 NW 12th Ave.. speeding. SIO. Paul
In Intermediate
Butler 18 Schools & Instruction Courses Physics
days. Armstrong.
Rt. '
2. Box care Of & light housekeeping
JeairSlephenson 227 Flav. Ill
J. Hadsock Fairbanks. speeding $10.
337W. without schools. Mathematics helpful.
fishing Authorities
fail. a license $20 or at each of 19 Music. Dancing 4 week. Own trans
Caroline G. Arnett. St Petersburg
:and Margaret W. Smith, 4021 15 days; using Illegal fishing device I portation. References. 374-8951. Mail detailed resume and "Inl
to yield right of $25. FlorianF. the schools 20 Wanted-Instruction
ure way SlOG or 60 days violating bat met them and read mum salary requirements to Per
NW 6th St., at 7:22: p.m. Friday Mack. 311 SE 49th Drive failure: to $20 or 10 days. :: safetyact. I written VCI1EREADING NEED SCHOOL sonnel. Wellman Lord EngineerIng -
a statement
yield right of $25. James M. Mc. : "I cannot
way .
P. O. Box Lake-
Plase Williams 811 NW
5th Ave., disorderly In. 2A.
in the 1200 block of -
W. University Nair 1616 NE 5th Place failure to yield conduct $35 or 30 da/s.'Jimmie I accept you in this school." EMPLOYMENT FUNDS? land Florida.EXPERIENCED._ _
right of way s2SArthur M. McNeelyJr.
Ave.Stephen ., 919 NW 25th Ave.. failure to yield R.or 10 Roberts.days. Cross City. non-support $20 Meridian schools not 11 Female Help Wanted Housewives like yourself ore man to help manage -
are grocery store. Must be bond-
L. Chitwood Truss- right of way. $25. Wanted'
Issued 12 Male Help earning good income b* able. Capable of orderIng -
William G. Haughton Jr.. 1018 NW Capias for the errest of: under specific federal court stoing.
ler Hall and Janice E. Davis, 36th Ter., careless driving $25. Olin D. Willie Dixon, High Springs. operating an 13 Help.-Male or Female representing Avon Cosmetics. helping In .

High at 7:08 Friday Keel 1050 NE 11th Ave.. ran ted light unsafe vehicle. Frank M. Henderson 905 order to desegregate. Four 14 Sales Help Wanted Openings now available for Circle Grocery, comer N. W. 14th
; p.m. $25. Daniel Smith 1017 NE 5th Ter.. NW 41st Ave.. no valid driver's license. Ave. Milthopper Rd._
in the Gainesville Shopping I driving while Intoxicated $ISIS and drlver'1 -Agnes B. Campbell Cedar Key worth other public school systems in 16 work Wanted Female qualified women. Write i WANTED man 21 or over for servIce -

license suspended for three months. less check. the state are, and three of 17 Work Wanted Male AVON. P.O. Box 448. statt Experience da-
Center parking lot. Howard M. Holdrldge. 1321 NE 20th charges continued: Frank Webb Gainesville or call I I FR wr Per

Diane L. Whitte Corry Village .I Ave., disorderly conduct S2S. Rt. 1. BOX 323-A worthless check. Hel- them are desegregating. In the 2-0421. anent. Apply necess.r.. Youn. Dan-
Lawrence R. Harrey. 102 SE lOtn en G. Brown 1515 SE 12th Ave.. worth fourth FARMS LIVESTOCK N.
Clarence A. Lewis, 814 NW Place drunk $25. James S. Knlghton less check. Clarksdale, no Negroes TECHNICIAN for doctor's office. leis Main Sric. Stalon. 7 .
Waldo. drunk $30. Silas C. Williams pleaded not guilty: DavA Hutchln- tried to enroll. 26 Farm Equipment part time. experienced. Send _
7th Ave. and Arthur 'T. Grose, I 1013 SE 12th St., drunk. $25. Cade A. son 909 SE 10th Ave., no valid drivers 27 Feed & Fertilizer resume to box 573-A Gaines

303 NW 35th Ter. at 6:22 Fowler, 25 NE 9th Ave., drunk, $30. I license.' Richard L. Riggins, 601 NE 19th The Meridian attempt was the 28 Livestock & Supplies ville Sun.CLERK 13-Help Male or Female
p.m. James Wilson, 1528 NE 8th Ave., disorderly Ter.. driving while license revoked. Willie "
Strawder, Alachua Improper third in .recent days at schools 29 Landscaping Top Soil for permanent
Friday atV.. University Ave. conduct, $25. Chang position with established com MEDICINE STENO II
I and 23rd Way.Gertrude Rocoe Gaskin Brooker. disorderly of I lanes. I not under desegregation orders. 30 Pets & Supplies pany. Must be qualified and experlenced. OPENING. above average skillin
conduct $25. Will G. Stinson 516 SE 18th St., assault
and battery. Robert L. Clemmons' School officials at Canton'sJuniorSenior 31 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL Write P. O. Box 391. transcribing meic.1
t R. Lyons 1205 SE I rapidly from High
COURTHOUSE NEWS 3549 Archer Road driving i while license ONE part time cashier; one full school dictap.
13th St. and Betty R. Hill, 220 I Aug. 28-Sept. 4 revoked. Willie L. Daniels. Grove Park. I High School in time cashier evening shift. See experience required. Must re
bartering without a license. rural Madison and atMarks' Mr. Pozln University Inn. locate. Submit Hospital -
SE 7th St., at 5:23 p.m. Fridayat William M. Johnson, Newberry. assault County rese.
56 Business Tampa
Divorce Suits Filed Opportunities STEAK ROOM waitress to work at a Welfare Boad.
SW 4th Ave. and 2nd St. Ann S. Corbin v. Louis L Corbin barbering and battery without Alphonso Rawis. Grove Park' Junior-Senior High 57 Money to Loan Winnlammer. Over Fla._ .

Carl S. Rose, Archer andGeorge I Will Janet George R. Terhune Smith v.v. Donn Annie L.Mae Terhune Smith er7"Hawthorne charges dismissed, a valid license.: George: 'sWiic Glov I School in Quitman ,are processing 58 Mortgages 21.Univ.Apply Ave.WANTED 'rlglnsnil W. SANDWICH experienced makers all counter shifts. Alms girls.

L. Pinkney, 612 SE 14th Nancy L. Peterson v. Archie Thomas no applications from Negro 59 Money WantedMER.CHANDISE RN and LPN nurse for MR. SANDWICH SHOP across

Peterson Building Permits students seeking transfers into IN new Nursing Home. 808 S. Col- from Univ. Post Office. _
at 4:34
: p.m. Friday at S. Eugene Miller v. Clarissa Miller ley Rd. Stark. Fla. Phone 969-
Main St and 4th Ave. Divorce Suits Ended City those white schools. 4271. GERMAN tutor for beginningboy.
Annie M. Graham v. Ernest L Graham Phone 372-3117.
Robert A. Jamison, Deland Joan C. Myers v. Charles R. Myers Mrs. Florence Hutson 320 NE 12th St., Police and FBI agents kept a 61 Wanted to Buy WANTED one full time or part .
I Maude P. Horn v. Conrad S. V. Horn repairs to dwelling. $1,000. 62 Machinery & Tools time waitress. Apply in person WANTED male or female we havean
I and William S. Talbot, 1102 NE Jewel A. Wooten v. Kenneth P. Woo- J. D. Steptoe 1912 E. Univ. Avenue. close watch on the Meridian 63 Materials morning or evening to Hotel Immediate opening for, a motor
repairs to dwelling. $225. Thomas 415 N.E. St. route salesman carrier in
ten Sr. 2n
5th Ave., at 3:45: p.m. Fridayin Susan M. Simmone v. John F. Sim- Col. Adams 1616 NW 39th Ave., remodeling schools. No incidents were 64 Household Goods CURB GIRLS and Inside help the Broer. Santa Fe area. Good

the 1200 block of SW 9th mone I Edward. $880. officially recorded. However, 65 Antiques ed at A & W Root Beer need. &. desire you to have run your transportation own-
LaVigne 4216 NW 10th Street
Road. Alexander R. Wallace v. Muriel Wallace addition to dwelling. $1,600. COFO; said three white men 66 Misc. For Sale Apply in person between 2 & t u.ess with vr little invest

Susan U McMicken L. Me Mrs. Adrian J. LaBelle. 418 NW 27th 67 Trading Post 8 P.M.CURB please Mr. Cat,
Harry T. Natria, 2604 W. Micken v. Troy Terr. remodeling of dwelling. $100. attempted to block Negroes at 68 Articles Wanted WAITRESSES day and Circulation Dept. 372-8441. ext. 19

University Ave. and Valerie S. Other Suits Filed Hugh Edwards Inc.. 1705 NW 22nd 69 Fuel Oil & Woods night shift, top wages. Apply 5 to 7:30 P.M.
City of Gainesville v. Hugh Edwards Terrace. five building permits $55,000 THE In person. Jerry's Restaurant.
Watkins, West Palm Beach, at declaratory decree on sewer recates. Robert V. Bender. 1606 NE 16th Avenue 70 Boats Marine Equip. 2310 S. W. 13th St. 14-Sales Help Wanted

3:25 p.m. Friday at W. Univer- Other Suits Ended remodeling of dwelling. $5CO. one.17th 71 Camp Hunt Fish INSURANCE secretary bookkeeper
Pan American World Inc. Butler Brothers 1816 NW 38th Street .
Airways. v. with typing. shorthand. & experience.
Annual 72 Office Equipment CAREER minded salesman only.
sity Ave. and 16th St. Mrs. Pearl Cannon damages. dismissec building permit 58000. Reply box 567-A c-o Guaranteed income of $100 after
AMF Troy Debose 523 N. W. 7th Terr.. 73 Musical Merchandise
Pinspotter Inc. v. Gainesville Bowling repairs Gainesville Sun listing name. with
Jesse A. Queen, 216 SE 10th Center. Inc.. debt. AMF Plnspotte. to dwelling $90. age martial status experience & short portunity training to peri. Excellent o P-.

Ave. and Robert B. Pevey Jr., Inc. v. Gainesville Bowling Center, Inc. Mrs. Walter N. Brand. 1156 N. W. 18th qualifications enclosing a recent lob for man ern who wants *o
and Thomas H. J Jr., FlorIda Terr., addition to dwelling. $11,000. I Calf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE snapshot. work hard without constant super-
county jail at 2:08 p.m. Friday Peanut and sonc v. Tom A. I Mrs.. Walter N. Brand. 1156 M. W. 18th Angus 32 Mobile Homes for Salt vision. Send resume Including reason
Terr. addition to
Shaw and Charlotte dwelling. $11,000. MATURE woman for of.
Shaw. debt dismi Door's
at SE 4th St. and 8th Charlie C. Price 1503 N.E. fice for leaving last Job to Box
sed. Florida Peanut and Feed Co. v. 8th Avenue 33 Lots for Sale ; bkkeping. tping. reep Sun.
S75-A Gainesville
repairs to dweling tionist. h -
Place. J. L Westmoreland and Mary C, West. 34 Waterfront
moreland debt. dismissed. Joseph T. Mack. 1307 N.E. 9th Street Sale.HeldS Property ful. Include full details In let- SALESMAN for television and ster-
Clarence Thomas, Rt. 2 and I repairs to dwelling. $230.T. 35 Houses for Sale ter. Reply to bl 570-A care of eo. Must be experienced, courteous -

Charles H. Gilford 17 NW COURT OF RECORD L. Moxley. 4005 N.W. 13th Street. 36 Cottages for Sale SUN Gainesville and neat to sl high*
Civil Dispositions remodeling of dwelling $400. experienced Legal Secre- quality line. Apply person
I 36th St., at 1:21 p.m. Friday Judge Ira Carter Presiding Nancy Hess. 1326 N.W. 31st Street. GAINESVILLE A record Real Estate Exchanged WANTED tary begin work Immediatelyfor Tech T 122 N.W. 14th Ave.
Laura I. Brooker Tommie Reed 440 construct dwelling $20,000. 38 Real Estate Wanted Senior Salary
at W. University Ave. and 7th NW 27th Ave.. $32.00 Costs $4. "H" Inc. 715 N.W. 36th Street con- 2,272 Angus calves brought 39 Out of Town Property munsurate Parr. com Steak And Liquor

The Diner's Club Inc. v. Shelly Led- struct dwelling $12,000. 154852.22 at the 17th annual ability. Fringe benefits: Blue
Ter.Eddie erman. lit W. Univ. Ave., $50; costs Bev Investment Co.. 1616 NE 23rd 40 Business Properties Cross and Blue Shield. For Inter J Improve With AgeWe

B. Feagle Jr., Rt. 2I' $5. Boulevard construct dwelling. $25,000. Angus feeder calf sale Friday at 41 Residential Income view contact E. A. Clayton or are seeking a mature man

and parked car, at 11:30 a.m. Newberry.C. B. Bohannon$22.56; costs Jr. v.$4.J. R. Palmer. County the Gainesville Livestock Mark- 42 Farms & Acreage James E. Clayton. Phone 372-9591. represent Established our area line of of sot
Friday in an alley between SW C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Veron Hayes. Hugh Edwards Inc., 3500 S.W. 13th 43-1 Colored Property Sales Restaurant. Apply in person 2325 da. Accounts include department
217 SE 14th St.. $8.99 Costs $4. St.. cocktail lounge $10,000. I et.Market W. University Ave. variety hardware and sport I n
I' 2nd. and 3rd Ave. C. B. Bohannon Jr., v. Nathaniel Edwards Standard Oil Co.. 6707 N.W. 8th Ave., owner L. H. Thompson goods stores. Full training In I

Barbara J. Henderson, 602 1612 SE 12th Place. $17.80; cost service A. M.station.Robinson$20,000.1430 SE 42nd Place. I said the sale, sponsored by 43 RENTALS Colored Property Rentals WANTS WAITRESSES to Aunt wanted.Jemima's Apply person line provided.sales experience If you have and previous can-

SE 21st St., Lawrence A. $4.C.. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Chesler Hatch. residence. $12,000. 'he Florida Angus Assn., 1414 NW 13th St. No phone call be away two or three nights a
44 Cottages for Rent please.
er Rt. 4. $10.45; costs $4. Fletcher Homes. Inc., 4401 N. W. 18th week. write Chas. Roth 1201 Russell -
Beachwelder, 703 SW 2nd Ter. I C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Levi Strick Place residence. $22,000. brought an average price of 45 Furnished Apts. OLD couple wants woman to keep St. Louis Mo. 'This' Is a

and Clarice E. Robinson 1233 land 1202 SE 19th Ter.. $16.62; costs $4. Brice Pulpwood Inc. 6721 SW 52 Ave.. $18.01 which was gopd for this 44 Unfurnished Apts. house w can drive car. Callat life time position with excellent in-
C. B. Bohannon Jr. v. Homer Ro residence $7,000. 2943 W. 6th St. or Rhone come. S year old company.

SE 19th Ter., at ,11:04 a.m. Saturday I tins 1624 SE 12th Ave., $10.30 costs. year's low market but far bellow 47 Houses for Rent Furn. FR 6592 BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN BUS

$4. Marriage License 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. WANTED experienced bookkeeper INESS Build your big
at SE 4th Ave. and 7th the $24.30 paid at
General Finance Corp. of Florida. v.1 Leroy Foots. 57. Gainesville and Mello average 49 Rooms for Rent and general ofic. work. Inquire ing house-to-house rout business
St. Charles V. Benson. P. O. Box 463 Shephard 49. Gainesville. the same time last year for 2-, 31 North :: call FR 2 steady Income for life .
50 Mobile Homes COSMETICS
$364.82 costs $5. John Perry Hudson Jr., 21. Gainesville 8404. with over 250 finest quality -
DWI General Finance Corp. of Fla. v. Rob-! and Dorothy Heath 18. Gainesvil'e. .199 calves. 51 Misc. Rentals S AND HOME NEEDS.
art Thomas P. O. Box 1037 $205.14 $23 WEEKLY for wearing lovely Beautiful packages, fast sellers,
John Todd Jr., Alachua, was costs $4.General. ; and George Jane Wayne Ann Baughan.Arnau. 22.21. Gainesville.Gainesville.John Averaging 400 pounds each, 1- 51A Wanted To Rent dresses received as extra re S Guaranteed. Start ethers selling
wards. Get details. Fashion
arrested by the Alachua CountySheriff's Cleveland Wheelis Finance and Corp.Laura of Wheel Fla. )v.. Randolph Carswell It. 23. Hay- 394 steers brought $18.76 while 52 Boarders Wanted ADS Frocks Dept. S.56. Cincinnati, advance. Distributor.Old Write 97 Conv yourplans.

wood. N. C.. and Nancy Calvert Pep- 53 Office Desk Space O 45M Dept. N, Tampa Fla. 33405.
Department at the in- Astatula Fla., 702.91 costs $11. per. 21, Gainesville. 878 heifers, averagi n g 354 pany.
54 Business Rentals
tersection of State Roads 25 and General Finance Corp. of Fla.. v. Joel Charles Edward Albritton 12 High 'pounds brought $16.37. 12 Molt Help Wanted
D. Cox. 1402 NW 6th Place $369 costs Springs. and Ella Mae Jones. 18, High 16 Work Wanted Ferns!

20 at 10:59: a.m. yesterday and $5. Springs. The Zetrouer S t o ck Farm,
M. M. Parrish Agency v. F. C. "'Bu-b. SERVICE Mechanic wanted. 5V4 days. good
charged with driving while in baN Williams. 2419 NE 10th Ter.. $117.82; Ga.Charles. and Norton Shannon Crawford Kay Wells 23 20.Athens.High Micanopy, sold the top steer at 22 Special Services working conditions. Barkley Mo- I FR DO 4-2918.ironing Lincoln in my Estates.home. Call 1515
costs $4.
toxicated. M. M. Parrish Agency v. F. C; *Bu Springs. 485 pounds for $28.50 per hun- 23 Home Improvements Announcements tors. 2201 N. Main St. S.E. 13th Place. _
James Mashburn Pritchard Jr., 40, GAS STATION attendant and stock
FIRE CALLSAt Davis. Rt. 1, $40.91; costs'$.4. Jacksonville and Rosemary Tlmberlake dred. 24 Radio & TV Service boy wanted. Must be 18 yrs. of DAY'S WORK. Phone, 376-

8:59: electrical Fuilgas. Inc., v. E. J. Tip'on end 30. Gainesville. of 67 25 Appliance & FurnitureWANTAD 2 CARD OF THANKSWE age. Apply 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 0912.
p.m. Friday, an Janice lipton 4010 E. University Ave.; Nathaniel King. 42 Williston and Pear The largest consignerswas Personnel Office. J. M. Fields. S _

short at 808 W. Pan costs $10. Waters. 28. Williston. B. J. Alderman Grandin MATURE woman desire permanent -
Fuilgas Inc.. v. G. L. Karel and ii wish to express our sincere WAREHOUSE man white or co\- position as Call
John Albert Jr.. 41. Gainesville cler tpllt.
Bobbie Karel. 3090 SE 19th Ave. Frost appreciation for the many acts of ored. must be bondable. Night collect Keystone
hellenic Drive. $S. costs and Bernice Mane Floyd 39. Gaines Fla., who sold 264 head for $17- kindness: during the Illness and work. Canada Dry Bottling Co.. 7463.

At 9:48: a.m. yesterday an Fuilgas. Inc. v. Mellui Cue, Metros. ville.Gomer'Roscoe Koon.-21. Hampton and 053.35. RATESPH. death mother.of The our evidence beloved of wife such an lust off North Main St., behind 18 Schools & Institutions

auto fire in the unit block of $23.40 Bobby; costs D. Malphurs$4. d-b-a Orbs Standard Carolyn Joseph Elizabeth Donald Owen.Melton.24 20 Gainesville.Hampton. Of the 43 buyers attending the 3728441for and kindness was s comforting Van sonal Moving Interviews Co.after warehous.S p.m. Per- LEARN PUBLIC SPEAKING

NW 2nd St. v. Gene Rauls 1311 15th St., Vero and Judith,Ann Ford" 22. Gainesville. sale, L. C. Odom, Live Oak, to us all.Henry Wilson and ANTENNA Installation man. Mustbe DEVELOP confidence overcome -
Beach $28.26 costs $4. Family experienced and reliable. Apply fear-apply practical tech
Byron Mason Hughes. 21. Gainesville
Bobby D. Malphurs d-b-a Bob's Stand. was the largest. He purchased nique. Develop Deserve
MUNICIPAL COURT and Margaret Eulalia Simons 22. Gaines in person. Tech T.V. 122 N.W. personality.
Judge W. W. Hampton. Presiding ard v. Robert Western $23.39; costs ville. 460 head. 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 16th Ave.CARRIER. recognition. Be an influ

Sept. 1. 1t*4 $4.Mary David Lewis Branson 26. Gainesville Classified OnlyDEADLINES ene.
BOYS between 12 613
Weaver d-b-a Micanopy service Thompson said 1,165 head BUSINESS BS degree 25 years experience.
In Municipal Court I last week: and Malorie Sentelle Locklair 24. Jack CONSULTANT available -
for routein
old needed
v. Mr. & Mrs. Lushen Woods. Micanopy 'rs. paper Classes start Sept. 24. 7 "
on part-time basis.
signed written pleas of guilty: Ma1t sonville. Experienced .m
went out of state and he
"9.37. costs ss.COURT. was the N.E. and N.W. Sections.
For call 374-7724 after
A. Gainey 838 SE 10th Ter.. diso r. Jackie Lerue Armound. 21. High owner-manager and for for I"foration
deny conduct. $25. Nathaniel 1 E:11i: !. Rt. OF RECORD Springs and Leatha Mae Tay'or 22. surprised because of the apparent merly with large consulting firm. Wonderful son daily contact experience with the your 5 p.m.5HORTHAND.
1. careless driving. SIS driving with Gainesville. Reasonable fees. For further Information pb
faulty brakes. J10. Criminal Dispositions Arthur McMillian Dunscomee 23 lack of interest by out-of- Tues. thru Fri. papers write In strict confidence lic prepares him for a leading information CIVIL SERVICE- BUSINESS TRAININGSecretarial LAW
In his future. For more -
sentences: James M. Acosta. 405 Judge Ira Carter Presiding Gainesville. and Patricia Anne Rehbein. state 5:30 p.m. Day before publication to Box 5.1. cIa Gaines. call Gainesville Sun Circulation Courses
buyers prior to the sale. now
SW 7th Place drunk. $30 or 12 days. -forfeitures; Frank P. Foster Jr.. 17, Gainesville. S vllle Sun.HORSE 3724441. ClAs
William Burton. Waldo. drunk.:0 or 12 Tampa., driving on wrong side of road. Leonidas Walter HardY. 22. Gainesville Buyers making the trek to the and pony Dept fori.. Howell's W. Univ. Collee. -
days. Marion Beck. 113S SE "h St.. $35. Marvin E. Cox 409 SE 4th St. and Gayl Vernaldme Watson. 21, Gaines ture. Newberry ridin.. 4 als pas, FULLTIME salesman wanted. Retail
for ads to In Sun. Phone FR a-3507
drunk. $35. Gus L Green Gainesville sale from ga paper- Ex.
drunk. $25 or 10 days. Newton N. Bros. oo address ville. came Church. Call clothing and furnishis _
key 826 SE 1st Ave.. no valid driver's listed. disorderly conduct. $35. CharlesR. Jerome Sylvester Cameron. 21. New- Alabama 12:00 a.m. Sat. 37638 parlance necessry sell- PIANO teacher available, member
license. 5 days and $50 or 20 days. Hardison. Allendale S. C. failure to berry. and Barbara Jean Stephenson. 20ProWesterner Georgia, I n diana, KUT 'N KURL BEAUTY SALOON Ing. Salary commensurate with GMTA: Beginners and Iterm

Charles Edward Cooper. NE $tn Ave.. register vehicle. $300.B. Gainesville. Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippiand For ads to go in Mon. paper- Beauty o I BudgetAll ability and experience. SV4 day tales all ages. 1311 NE 2 Pla.
drunk. $25 or 10 days. John S. Drawdy. J. Harper. Waycross Ga.. fIshingwithout Harpal Signh Maur. 29. Gainesville and 1 p.m. Sat.Minimum. work guarante week. insurance Write or call 372-4532.anytime.
( Klncaid Road drunk. $25 or 10 days. a license. $20. Mildred Harper Kishwar Y. Mirza. 31. Gainesville. Wisconsin. ( ad 4 lines Perm. 5 up. Ave.Shart 372-7724. up resume to box bnels.arrange HIGH SCHOOL

James Dxwis. IBM NW Ath Ave. "rIng Open nights appt. for personal Interview. at home, free booklet, American
arrest. i days and S5Q or 15 days. b ,
School, P. O. Box 14641, Jacksonvine -
drunk. $25 or 10 days. Rudolph Dyson. lEARN TO DRIVEl .Special attention : ROUTE salesman for soft drink Fie 32214.
1505 SE 28th Place driving while intoxIcated FAMILY RATES to nervous or eldery.I I company. Must be bondable age
10 Easy Way Driving Phone FR J-8511 9 to J MEN women la train for
I days and S150. Wins Chile SL Fi 23 a t 5 t
William S. Fox. 1319 SE 1st Ave.. ; 1 Insertion .......... 34c line 7-70025 tic b State CIVIL SERVICE
driving while intoxicated 5 days and FRONT END MECHANIC Examinations. For informationsend

Ii S150. William C. Good 907 NW 7th Ave.. 3 Insertions .......... 22c line 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Must have own small tools. Salary -, name address & Phone N
two charges of no state driver's lic. plus commissions. All c Key Training Service. 112 .

,; ense. 125 or 10 days and 5 days and 6 Insertions .......... 17c line I will not be responsible for debls pany bfit Send re Adams St.. Jacksonville
S35 or 10 days; ran red light $7.50 or incurred by anyone other than 574-A co S

3 days. Presidency Defeats Reds 12 Insertions .......... lIe line meaner this date, Septem YOUNG Real I Estate Exam
Merrell D. Horn. Jacksonville drunk. 3 1964. MN
i $25 or 10 days. Bruce H I in ton, 529 Hermann Llmberqer from 1 to 2 yrs. age highs COURSE .
iIt with average or ATTEND First lesson free.4OWELL'S
3rd Ave. drunk S30 or 12 oavs. gra.te .
charge computed by -
full time permanent
Malphuro 1704 NE 5th Place. drunk. E SPECIAL grae
I 125 or 10 days. Elena McCray. K35 NE SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) billion worth of U.S. property in multiplying total lines x rate NOTICE position as salesman Apply hi orMes COllEGE.'-r 4-3507. 218 W. Univ. Ave
8th Ave. petty larceny. S days and S25. : LOSE WEIGHT safely with new dpartmt. pers 3n-3.

Curtis P. Smith. Starke drunk $25 or Pro-Western Eduardo Frei, a Chile and restore diplomatic earned x number of Insertions. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only t cents. Wilss DepartmentStore. 26 Farm EquipmentGOOD

It 10 days. moderate leftist rode to a relations with Cuba. 3 PER Canova Drug
Phillip J. Sweet, Ocala. no state driv Chile's Vote S Five letter words per line WEEK INSURANCE SALESMAN over 21,
er's license. $20 or 10 days. Wllber landslide victory Friday night inChile's "We have obtained a truly -NOTICE Is with ear. Commissions t> partlai Call 1NH 377-C745 trato. 1 I operate. \
hereby given that
Lee Waters. 12 NW 3rd St.. dri/irg while we included. Reply box 69- ae,5:0 P.M
intoxicated $150 or 60 days aid driver's presidential election. His immense victory. I receive this win not be responsible for any ep Galvnle S listingname
more cluttered book shelves. 21 Livestock &
\ license suspended three months. WillIam success; set back a serious mandate of the people with 8 Point Friends of the Library will accept 1g. mrital sflts. experience SuppliesFOR
O. Woodward 2405 NE 4th Ave.. Pleases Qalilltis elosl
Same as 2 lines ordinary type used books of all kinds for a recent SALE 7 year old Mar ard
reckless driving. $05 or 15 days. Communist threat tp the humility Frei told cheering spt.
Benjamin F. Weeks. Commercial Hotel I copper- their upi annual Bo Sale. colt wl saddle and bridle. 4
'rich Latin American books for a WANTED 4 MENto year black WIthbrIdle. I
thousands. pony
drunk. $40 or 20 days. Oliver Wright. republic. us n ol anan
good FR 2-1M1. work with large Eastern electrical FR
401 SW Sth St.. drunk. $30 or 12 days. 12 cas Cal or C.I 27
"Revolution! Revolution! pointSame bring Public concern In the Gainesvillearea.
William G. Eberstein. Rt. 4. Box 41-B. Frei 53 U.S. OfficialsWASHINGTON t G.inesvil TENNESSEE Best
a reform-minded Library.
commissions furnish wall h.
petty larceny. S35 or 15 days. i enraged followers of Allende as 3 lines ordinary typeS Hi" offer. Set
Louis J. Scarpuzzl. Rt. 4. Box 298 ZB. Christian Democrat trounced Age 2. neat In appearance Phone eS Gro.Fairb
Improper driver's license. S15 or : days; !shouted. They charged that 8 Baby Sitters. Child Cia,. car N experience 2-3 ,
Communist backed Socialist AP U.S. needed we tr, you. BABY cities the year round beef '
Improper turn. MIS or 3 days. ( ) -
Found not guilty: Sidney J. Baxley President Johnson and Pope 18 PointSame I would like to care tor your chit- Call Mr. Ha. M.Wtd., and and dairy type l to 10 dy eld.
Salvador Allende. who had dren in home. Northeast FrL Between f yearlings 3 to
Jr.. 3819 SE 14th Ter. disorderly con- officials greeted with relief and my sec Wen m
Paul VI had contributed :
duct. Melvln H. Tussinger. 105 NE 20th pledged to nationalize nearly $2 moneyto as 4 lines ordinary type tion. FR .512 and 10 A.M Scott S Fete Corp. ol.Anthony Eat. o blinker F. Parrbh,

St., disorderly conduct. Virgin.a; M. Bowen defeat Allende, a plump 56- delight today the landslide Nurse companion o will baby ffHITE MALE married -2 yrs. phone 429-2315. M \
3443 NW 1st Court. careless drlv. Sit. Call FR old to grill, fix drik _
ning. year-old physician. who has lost victory of Sen. Eduardo Frei in 6 work w riste. etc. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE a

forfeitures: Phillip L. Brat'". 235 three times in bid for the KINDERGARTENPINEWOOO perience n.ry. Starting salary dairyman to show V a better
NE 1st Ave.. failure to yield right of : Making Sure a Chile's presidential election. 24 Pointi SCHOOL Qualified I S40 per w Night w. Call dairy feed than CPA CooperatIveMills
way. $'0; ran stop sign. $10. Frank M. presidency teacher complete p rim for 'M 16 pet. All Pulleted Drat-

Llpscomb Jr.. 255 W. Flay. III. illegal They had feared that a cornparable as S lineordInary type Open 7:3 I.m to 5:3 p.m Man over age app married Kr Over 1500 Ibs. of POM
passing $10. Mary A. Heiman 1825 B Allende's opponents s aid daily. 2 w FMX Ala
In t. G.lln
Of wants to p o
NW 10th St.. ran red light. $lD. Alfre- GOP Vote Moscow and Havana had smuggled win by Frei's chief 1704 NE 9 St.' FR 2-3 selling. g aa at .. 4412105. -
o S w
da M. Hindman 1537 NE 19th Lane ran
RELIABLE child in start with
stop sign $10.Christopher. ; money into the country for rival, Communist-backed Salvador home. FR 2-3754.core my you make the I 6..dy i PINTO Shetland Mare. 2V* yrs.eld .
O. Webber. 239-B Flav. WASHINGTON (APRepublicans ) 36 PI. in :handwriting giving children
III. failure to yield right of way $35. his campaign.Frei : Allende, could have led to i a COMPETENT mother will care ln Box me c-o : S195. v.r o wl SI Phone 3/2-
Arnold M. Kramer. 1415 NW 3rd Place. said Saturday they will followers celebrated into for cll reasonable in her 1202
following too close. $25. Jill M. Pen-
bigger setback to Phone
rod. 810 NE 4th Ave.. minor posessing conduct a door-to-door cam- the and democracyand S h t. S 1s Ave
night, singing dancingin Same I 7 lines odi.ry type 61.KIDIE MAN wanted for local wholesale$ 30 PETS & SUPPLIESBLACK

lon alcoholic 1214 beverage.SW 2nd .Ave.$25.. Illegal John G.parking Shel-. paign to locate voters favoringSen. the streets. Frei, a senator, gain for communism in this KORT CHILD CARE milk roe M t married, 5 ,
age mo
will take the reins hemisphere than the Red takeover w 0 m Old Ner babl pi expi AKC Lba" *back aid.
Marguerite G. Feely. 1817 NW 12th Barry Goldwater and then government 21.3 a I grMepeee re
The Gainesville Sun win Re pora Pi u Apply or Beautiful at
Ter., illegal parking. $5. John D. Simpson Nov, 4 for a six-year term. He of Cuba. response for more f b Litl TeHIIe 2 $ 51 Iflt Call FR
h o I t fi
keep after them .
Raitord. Illegal parking. $* Frederick by telephone to insertion, it s c1 I .
l C. Spies. Keystone Heipftt. Illegal succeeds Jorge Alessandir, Frei is leftist U.S. standards. ire for n wi WANTED service station man _
parking. $5. Dorothy B. Griffith. 427 make sure they vote. by 1 error advertisement TINY TOT wt. .colored. MusS b ebis Siamese kit ready fofiij

NE Hth Ave.. Illegal parking. U. LewIs barred by the constitution for But he has avowed t greater extent f. Apply In p Crosby mows *JS- Call 374-ltlt ;
JS. a pro- than the t occupied PLAY SCHOOLVisit Station Un v.
Smith Melrose illegal parking John Grenier executive seeking re-election. 1 by the o s G 5

Larry W. U-Graham.Jasper Long.Mlcanooy.K?. 1.Dlegal Box- Nearly complete unofficial West pro-lLS. foreign policy anda vertisement. No adjustment A us and see for r. Ave UNIVERSITY STADIUM
parking. director of the COLORED About Jwv
Goldwater 24 SE St. FR 3 1,1 1,1CONCESION
117 noisy muffler SIS. William E. Markham campaign I domestic reform that be made o errors that do not 1 67 as waiter-bus M be w.. ,
2024 NE 7th Ter.. noisy muffler. said returns: program materially effect the value RELIABLE wishes car. Apply In 10 AM.Carmaneila's NEED .
$10. Doris Barr 421 SE Jnd Place no a key part of campaign Frei 1,463,535 relies on democratic methods.i the adYertISeVngnI.'The o for infants sne 0 dM t Ru 706-Univ. .w boy, & Mtf drink* TEEN
state drivers license. 120. Allen Murphy I '

Jr.. Archer. no state driver's license plans formulated in the Allende 975,690 I Allende an avowed Marxist,, bte. c. LICENSED Real Esa. Ht p and game popcorn ttso d
CHILD CARE in hemeicased .
S20.Ardel .Walton Melrose- no sate driv past week, was an "energetic Julio Duran, candidate of the campaigned on an anti U.S. the Gainesville Sun reserves 1 b*. pa.GAINEVILlE SDI ur bil K. and teen age boys t ttS .
I privilege revising re- HM SchooL Large 3 cwntons.
er's license..820. Patricia E. Rowth. 604 program of political orgnniza Centrist ;Radical party, was far pro-Castro Communist foreign I ierting any advertisement o o whiditt a! play area. Limit 4 c y.d Ies.t BW496-A c.GaIJI.Rf G.1 vein SI ae and .
NW 13th St. no state driven license
820 speeding $10. Patricia A. Cochette tion aimed at identifyjcg the behind with 128350. policy. At, home, he wanted to i deems objectionable and t Rae very. reasonable.I school S ,ties for sales rellaWe admIhsstrIC1Itcounter

ic 211 ,NW$20.14th Lucretia St., no R.state Lewis.driver's 82! NE Ikanse Goldwater-Miller voters, getting A record of Chile's more than socialize the economy, includingseizure dan Ire d.stl f any teacher.tlon wort.S m. r 12th tra Ter.I recrea-. WANTED helper top TV pay.,antenna regular" .tos. to pr.L ReCr ]

121 NE 22nd St., disobeyed, traffic light. them to the polls" and makinsure 2.S.million voters cast ballQts'inthe of the big U.S..coppefirms S advertisement from) .orderedto 1"N many fringe benefits, b side Sau 33 to JO 1
; to "o'
$19. .h the ceie for infants c*ridrt* inmy wii-ng work aV want la I Friday,
policy'of the or
Tart' Wllsony 524 NW 3rd St.,'disobey.: : their'votes"werecountecL' bitterly-contested ele t on. there., I io Siar.home. NE section. Call 372-' | Main None ether apcty. Couch's, .4-1187 .appointment, 1

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Sunday, September 6, 1954 Gainesville Sun 11B.

30 PETS & SUPPLIES 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for --
,35 Houses for Sale t t5 Houses tor Sale ,

co bRMAN Shepherd -- female, S 1 ACRE lots for sale. Irolling I acre lots. Restrict DON'T MISS THIS -
months. thoroughbred no paoi ed. $2. 00. Call NICEThree
Fordyce 376-1234.
!ExccHent! disposition FR "'314. Phone 3724416LOT TRULY LOVELY HOMEAt

: EAGLE, female 3 yr*. old,spay with 3 trailer spaces and 2 BLACK ACRESPRICED Malory Gardens 3 ml. South oak floors bedroom throughout 1 bath Demo good with conOitton. -
! of Campus on 441. 3 BR, 2 baths IVIIRI5lI ITI ,
eeL all trailers.
shots excellent -child's Large awnings, 3 large TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 close to Uttlewood school. IVINII -
t _Pet. Phone 373-9M4._ patios 3 septic tanks. lots of bedrooms, 2 baths. hardwood den fort. for Priced Dad, right.year 'round Drive com by S400 down. $39 monthly Includ I I IItIRIGIOaLI5 ITII
SIAMESE kittens and Shade. good rental income. Just floors, central heat air-cond. ing taxes & Insurance. Phone FR
stud FR
serv- ,phone FR 2-4625 or 2-8334.
,I |Ice. registered, lilac, blue and 48883.Beautiful outside. city limits. For sale. FR units electric range and drapes. WOODROW SEAYThe L- _2-OTii W. P. Rldgeway. ACROSS Gr.longE IAIMftFIUIRISPI.D
chocolate point $25 WMIUton Lot 110-x 120with shade trees. 1. with
up. Master Builder 3 BR CCB with carpet. Furnishedor 1 King 33. Oust
S2S-644J._ high & rolling lots good 3125 W. Univ. Av'. FR 6-6427. 'sIk unfurnished. Can see at 40C5 .
N.W. location. BY OWNER. Property appraisedat 3.5..l1ay
N.W. 13th PL Phone 374-73S4. .
AKC 3 bedroom. 1 bath, 6-room frame IUItiIIIO1N5I-AIt1IClE-I
Reg. German Shepherd pup- Coll. Fordyce 376-1236. $26,000, owner will sacrifice f touch age
house close in
Pies. wormed and shots. Call nice neighbor- for 122.500. Large lots 2100 so. REDUCED PRICE on this lovely l5lCILIDIOLM.JM1OJAH
FR 4-4J7 or see at 1206 NE 100 FT. x 150 ft. beautiful cornerlot hood. Ig. shady lot. $ ,950. ft.. all large rooms; 3 bedrooms! 3 bedroom home In select neigh- 6.Beue37.Land

11th Avenue. In residential Araquay Park, Terms.376-5394. Walter Stubbs. Inc. Ph. 2 baths living room w'lti panel ; borhood. Must be seen to be 1 Harmony measure !JPI0lMJAIRIAJ'V.

St. Augustine. $1200 by owner. ing & fireplace family room, appreciated. Drive by 4655 NW 13.Foolish
poodle puppies male. 6 wks.. Phone FR 44250. PARADE OF HOMES MODELThe separate dining room, completely _13th Ave. or phone FR 2-OOW. S8.Wa11aba IElvlASIOI0lTHJAJTJ
reg. 1 chocolate 1 black. S7J.
Phone 3121691.MINIATURE JOHNSON'S Troplcana by Hugh Edwards. equipped ultra-modern kitchen tree
Inc. has been bookcases & other DUPLEXATTRACTIVE 15. Itsl
4 nice building lots In Grove Park. widely acclaimed many i V. poet 41.Assumed
Dachshund ACK qual- Gainesville's most beautiful home features. Can be Seel' at 4040 IUINj1INITRl.IS IJ
All for $2250, Call Hawthorne 481- : 16.Social
: _
ity pups with family type disposition 2252. in its price range. You may now Newberry Blvd. FR 2-8931. and well built 2 bed- '" .'. ante
own this marvelous home room with funcdoa\ 43. RtIDIDIO SlElP
partially housebrok e n. completely FOUR BR. 2 bath CBS. FHA fi- masonory duplex: kitchens Wing-
SiO. Phone FR 4-W43. equipped with central air quipped -one apartment extra 17.
34 Waterfront Property nancing. $91.27 per mo. Only $450 .i-t Capture footed
conditioning dishwasher.
disposal down to qualified buyer. Seller large with air conditioner. admiral SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
AKC Boxer puppies. Call built-in oven and range. and pay closing cost. Call 372-0481 for Priced at tlMOO. :- 19,Jp. 45.Spinet
WIRED H. CRAWPOKU patio gas bar-b-q grill for only S.Prkmdonfl 8.P&vonbla
376-7786. appt. to see. 1806 N.W. 38th Ter. 46.Minority
, Reg. Broker. cpecallzlng in 22300. Ask to see this luxurious HUGE 2 story frame 4 bedroom ._ V
BEAGLE puppies AKC, perfectly LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE home at your convenience. 2 YEAR OLD.REPOSSESSIONVERY BABy home ,with 2 sleeping perches located 20.Stopover Narratives 4.Peercyiit's position

marked. from good hunting line. AGE. 3 miles No. of Meirose. HUGH EDWARDS, INC. GOOD CONDITION at 214 N. E. 5th Avenue. V shelter 48. Center mother 9. Chazte&

Excellent pets. Phone FR -218$, I GR 2.5981.Cedar. 374-7771 4 BR. 2 bath. central heat. built. -- ONLY $14,000 with 1.200 DOWN 22.Beside molding 5.Paris ualYersttY 10.Examine

4133 NW 12th St. Key Shoresfine I MOVE IN TOMORROW I in oven range & dishwasher. ..: LOVELY 3 bedroom. Ito bath. 24.Inert gas DOWN Shipshape
2005 NW 37th Blvd. Call First
BOXER puppies for sole. Coil Unusual floor plan sets this three I Federal 374-7551. split level masonry home located 27.Trough 1.New wine Performed 18.Jewel
homesites from $2250 bedroom two
I bath home apart In the N. W. section lust
_372-0895. non-waterfront from $1510 from others. Lifetime terrazzo FIGURE THESE EXTRAS. 74 gal. Inside the city limits. ONLY $15.- V 29. Emu apple 2.Arrow 7. PJ.white 20. Exttoctbiid

POINTER pups BEST FAST floors newly redecorated. Built fuel tank, 100 shrubs. brick 250 with $700 DOWN. JLPoor poison ut4t 21.Famous
DELIVERY blood lines FDSB Marina LocationsINVEST In kitchen. WOO. down includes patio. fenced yard. near elementary t
Reg., :y/t mos, 1 male. 1 female. closing. $101. per month Includes and lunior high schools. : BLACK ACRES ATTRACTIVE knight
S100 each. FR 2-3477. ; facilities needed here taxes and insurance. screened porch, 3 BR, 1 bath. 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry home Z J S 7 a r.. 25.Barren
Hugh Edwards Inc. $500 down. if you qualify FHA. spacious kitchen and large V : :: card
CHOCOLATE brown male poodles 376-7971 24.High
I See at 925 N. E. 20th Ave. screen porch. ONLY $17,500 with
. for sale. S weeks old and are Motel Locations iT
$700 DOWN. iT 'a 25.Cenusof
registered. Call after 5:00 P. M. FOR ONLY $450 down and FHA 2 BR house for sale cheap. By i i .* '- *S. &* ,
FB 6-3854 INVEST: accommodationsneeded approval you can have immediate owner. 3141 NW 12th Ter. Ph.f forms.mlnt-
Let us show you this charming -
the best possession value house and ownership for sale of In 372-5451. *.4 contemporary 3 bedroom 2 bath I. {: ,r fera

32 Mobil. Homes For Sale l NE Gainesville. 3 BR with air BRAND NEWA -- a.. home with central heat and air
DAVID ANDREWS- conditioning. Paneled most unusual & charming homeof -, a conditioning large step down 26.Icy30.Mlu
TRAILER 50 x 10 Wolvering. 1962 joining living-dining area family for room extra 5 bedrooms. 3 full baths, pan Florida room and screened In V /1 14 28. Clear gala

excellent condition. Sacrifice.' 3620 REAL ESTATECEDAR spaciousness. Electric elled den & sewing room. in one I Ifnt patio. LeGalllein -
S."W. Archer Rd. Village. Lot 24. and dishwasher. Back of Gainesville's finest residential ""l'h Z' z' U JJ.
KEY 3 841 completely builder Call 1 John Merrill ,1. *
_Call 371-2049. or 3831 enclosed by 7 ft. hedge. areas. By owner. 875 9"
Call 372-3727 to inspect. 34.Persia
tor appt. to see at
Ocean front home
Augustine 2213 NE 7th Ter. Realtor ,.. 16 U It
TWO bedroom CCB home large
Strive Beach, near pier. 2 BR, masonry S6.Folra.fod
Inside 2 BR home size lot, N. W. Section. For sale ; r
repainted and out. on corner lot lowdown w& of forests
City water and electricity plus payment, $60 per mo. Located or rent. Reasonable terms. Phone 4 MULTIPLE LISTING I" M $I
artisan welL Completely furnish at 331 NW 21st Ave. Call. FR 2-8238 between 7 A.M. & 4 PHONE FR 2-1494 38.Three-

! a Little. ed. $1X000 sacrifice price In- ._:Tommy Ridgell 372-4125. P.M. Childhood's favorite characterscome ASSOCIATESMARCELLA banded
to life a gift to delight .u--3 U
cludes valuable lot
adjacent LIKE RENT
OCALA block 3 BR, 2 bath Irg. a small boy or girt. PARDIW. h m armadiflo
$2000 cash. Balance on terms to open-beam celling paneled dining H. BUCKHANNAN _
suit buyer. Phone 372-0733. & family 2 BR. block kitchen furn. $80 per 7 39.Bonn.
Save Lot room with fireplace Three Bears right from sto/y- M 1 i
a OVER 30 acres of lake front many Irg. fenced-in back yard mo., 620 NE 34th PL land Mama Papa. each sIze-10" language .

bearing pecan trees. Also 5 furnIshed built-in kitchen. 372-3130 or 468- sock, baby 6". Felt features. Pat. PARRISHPRESENTS -
I Lowest overhead In the Industries. houses with dock and deep 1683. 3 BR block breezeway. utility rm. tern 875: faces; clothes patterns. 414J l4. 40.Fruit
ri DAD AND BRAD LARSEN like well pump. Many extras. On carport. kitchen turn.. large wood- punches
I to work and you benefit. LOOK Lake Santa Fe. Inquire Lewis HIGHLAND Fla. COURT 4 BR, 2 baths. ed lot $90 mo. Thirty five cents In coins for - ;; - -
rm., wall to wall carpet living I 41.Dkdr
1 to the future. make a sound In.j Jewelry Co. room, air condition. Phone this pattern add IS cents for each .
j vestment. See our top brand custom pattern for Ist-class and 42.C1.IIlof
I made 12 WIDES at 10 35 Houses for Sale 372-5347 or 372-2080. I Call Tatem owner. 374-3485 special handling. Send to Laura IT ".I '.I 4t- -
r WIDES prices. I yr. financing BY OWNER concrete block 3 bedrooms Wheeler. Gainesville Sun, Needlecraft FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home In : = :
I, $300 down J86.18 per moincl. Cadmus'daughter
available. Lake Geneva Trailer 2 baths. large. N. E. location. Living room. 44.
Dept. P. O. Box U1, Old
BY OWNER on Lake Santa Fe 1 taxes and insurance. Available
I Sales on Rl. 100. 1 mile S. E. ent. See at 1617 NW 10th dining room and screened porch. Newrfe.. .,..
Chelsea Station New York U. 9/5
I of Keystone Heights. Open eve BR.. large Uv.! rm., air conditioned convenl-I Sept. 15. 3 BR. lilt bath CCB. Unfurnished. Par time 30 min.Af
$400 down, N. Y. Prnt plainly PATTERN NUMBER -
screened porch. Plentyof take over VA 1403 NE 14th Ter. FR 2-3855.
1 nings and Sunday. cabinets. Ideal for retiring cou per mo. 3 BR. 1 bath cen. heat. I NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. FOR RENT: 4 Bedroom. 2 bath
L 45 FT. Spartan 2 BR $1700 cash. ple. Earleton Fla. Next to screened porch. patio. 1942 NE I home In NE. Central heat and
Also 25 ft. Panel-fab cabana room Buddy's Landing. 448-1717. 17th Dr. FR 2-2774. I FREDARNOLD NEW FOR 19651 200 designs air conditioning. Unfurnished. I

sacrifice. Phone 372-3381. NEW HOME FOR SALE I ever more! fashions Plus 3 to FREE knit patterns.crochet than embroidery 35 for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for :Sale

USED TRAILER Large living $300 DOWNThis BY BUILDER dolls' clothes. Send 25 cts. FOR SALE F.H.A. Financing -
room, rear kitchen, two bedrooms ,3 BR. 2 bath central heat & air I for new Needlecraft Catalog. homes. Outside of City limits. TWO FOR ONE REAL NICE 2 BR, or can be used SALE BY OWNER TO SETTLE
I upstairs. Ideal for Campus. Alsoa sparkling clean 2 BR 1 bath conditioning. May be seen by ap 3 bedroom new concrete block as 3 BR house in excellent loca ESTATE 2 BR cca house
travel trailer. 3764341. CB home in excellent N.W. location pointment. 3300 NW 28th Ave. I VALUEL 16 COMPLETE QUILT Only 3 left for qualified buyers. TWO HOUSES ON large corner tion. Nice corner shaded lot. good Northwest location, HW
can be bought with $300 Phone 376-2258. I PATTERNS in deluxe new Quilt Priced under 910,000. lot, convenient to schools and with garage. Total price $11400. floors. kit. equIpped. washing

down and $61 per month. Callus BY OWNER cen. heat & air cond.. I REALTORFAMILY Book. For beginners. experts. Send shopping. Uve In ene and rent FHA financing available. Phone machine air conditioner. FHA
BUTTSMobile to see. 2Vi bath 3 BR, family. living. 50 cts. now I TRADITIONAL 3 bedroom 2 the other. Property has been owner 372-7401. approved $10400 monthly pay-
University Realty dining rm.. large kitchen built- I bath home. Large living re a m. well kept.Let us show you the menti 6235. Call 376-4463. Sun
in appliances.I Large garage. HOME separate dining room faml y advantages! In this Investment. days and after 5 call 376-5823.
1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. I Comfortable. livable home with with lovely fireplace. '
3468 N. W. 12th Ave. Phone FR 35 Houses for Sale room FRED room CCB home with 2 bafts.
M. Munroe Realtor 2-4518. three good sized bedrooms and Built In Kitchen. Located In 11 ACRES 4-car
garage swimming pool on
two baths and Florida room with
Back Acres.J. .
I 2 acres of land with pine trees.
2 BR. CCB. Interior freshly BY OWNER Palm View Estates. 3 fireplace. The kitchen has ample BY OWNER large 4 BR, 2 bath BEAUTIFUL, WOODED and on a 3 b'ks. from school, 5 blks.
BR. 2 bath less than 1 old. includes home cent. heat & AREA We hive paved TEN miles ARNOLD
HomesINC. ed. Shady lot 60 x 120. Immediate yr. I space for eating. and air condo J. FINLEY road from from church. 12500. Phone
i possession. Total price 7. FHA & VA approved. Shaded lot. built In range. oven diSposal inside must be seen to be ap two'nice; 3 bedroom homes priced City. $400 per acre with exce' 472 1158.
no Immediate neighbors. Phone 1 and dishwasher. Hardwood floors. preciated. Financing available. to sell/-walking distance to lent terms.ALACHUA.
950. down payment $200 and $65
I 376-0734.) central heat and air conditioning Immediate possession. 929 NE J. J. Finley and convenient to Newberry.M
Located off NW 13ti
monthly. > large 2 car garage. Attractively 10th PI. Call 2-8401 days or -2748 University of Florida. REALTYAssociates REALTOR
St. at 1217 NW 31*t Ave. See STOP LOOKING :
NEW landscaped lot with privacy. $25- evenings.CCB .
it and phone FR 6-7170. Immediate 3 BR, 2
occupancy I
also HIGHLANDS bath central heat lovely yard. 3 BR. 2 bath, 1275 sq. ft. Lovely brick home on 43J N. E. 1st St. 376-2<<1Arl. $300 DOWNto EXQUISITE BEAUTY

CAMPERS 1005 NE 6th St.3 BR 2 bath, separate $600 total equity assume balance PRESTIGE AREA living space. hardwood floors large wooded lot. Three bedrooms T. Smith. Realtor qualified FHA Buyer. Pay. This 3 br, 2 bath home. Oca la
month I at only $85 month. A lot less built In oven 4. range. paved 2 bath large living rm. Mabel Gore, Associate ments $57.00 per month Including block. separate cottage and bAth.
We need 25 trade-ins this living rm. & dining rm., than rent. 4215 NW 21st Ter. Evenings Beautiful lot on N.W. 23rd Street.
Call us for the best deals. beautiful oak floors terrAce. paved 3725651. Two bedroom. two baths study. street. FHA financing $450 down, with fireplace, separate dining taxes and insurance. 2 Bed- beautifully landscaped. near Hi-
streets & sidewalks. In established Tremendous living dining area $83.40 incL taxes & insurance. room Florida room. plus a detached rooms 1 bath screened porch.oak School, with swimming pool. $37.-
376.8361 neighborhood of bankers & 3 BR. 1 bath, CCB house. walking huge fireplace. Fall out shelter. Owner will pay closing cost. 1645 study.ELEGANT FORDYCEREALTOR' block floors. TV antenna In 500.
distance to Littlewood & west. N.W. 34th Place. cluded. Seller will pay buyer'sloan
two dark room and
car garage.
NW 13th St. at 6th St. On street Univ. professors. 11000. Phone
wood schools well landscaped. AND IMPRESSIVE costs NEAR GAINESVILLE
boat port. Call us for an ap-
parking all around our corner. Harold Stringer. 2-9659. Avail. end of Sept. 610 NW 35th pointment. McKINNEYGREEN Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home West 3 br, 2 bath, large spacious .
Open 9 A.M. to 9 PJVU each ntw 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath Ter. Phone 376-1374. with wall to wall carpet and en $20,000 FHA family rm. 2500 sq. ft. living

week day. carport cod utility room. 9000. FOR SALE OR RENT, 2 bedroom NEAT old brick fireplace I I. Living Three bedroom 2 bath home in space cent. II.It. 5 acres.

For Sale '- 1 BR air cond. turn. $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR CCB. 1825 S.E. 50th St. Low down Three bedroom IV'a bath norrr DEATONREALTORS room. Nice Florida room builtIn Northwest location. Central heat call Mary Moeller
I trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent 2-3355 days.SALETrade. payment. Call 376-6644 or 372- in excellent condition. Pleasant kitchen central heat and air FLORIDA PARK and air conditioning. Built > in
condition. FR 2114.8 Florida room. charming terrace. conditioning screen porch witha Fireplace with paneled living range and oven. Family room. STUDENT
A.M.-and 6-12 P.M. 4 bedroom. 2 bathhouse built In outdoor grill. Range. refrigerator -I lovely fenced In back yard room hardwood floors 3 BR Chain link fence around back Home filled with established In-
near Sidney Lan*, and 1933.GLADYS air conditioner included. :: HIGHLANDSWe I with pool and shuffleboard court. home. Over 1JOO so. ft. Large yard. come. Drive past 1602 N. W. 1st
High School on city bus line. Owner will consider any reasonable wooded lot. low down paymentl Ave. & can Miry Moeller
$10,000. Can be zoned R 7. Phone recommend this Ideally located Lovely acre wooded lots In excel NEW CONSTRUCTION
offer. and monthly payments. Call For
home in this most desired
FR 65472.THREE restricted .
neighborhood of the I lent NW location. Restricted.Paved dyce, 374-1234. 4 Bedrooms 2 bathsIn beautiful NEAR 13TH ST.
bedroom, 2 bath CCB. SMITH FHA Northeast 3 B.R. 1 Bath-L.R. streets |3.'Sfl and up. PATIO Malore Gardens. Central heat N. W. 18th Ave. near 13th St. Ig.

Sales traverse rods $750 down pay 15.000 to qualified FHA Buyer. D. R. Fireplace Garage- shaded by many trees. S BR 2 hardwood floors 4" well. Lovely lot with 3 br. home near busi
$83 per mOo 4006 N.W., 21st Drive Ready for occupancy. 3 bedrooms. paved streets sidewalks Excellent -I bath home In fine NW section. shaded lot on paved street. ness Investment rental
Homed utf 39th Ave. 372-5393 l'/7 baths. Florida room with fire condition and priced most M. M. Separate dining room lIving $23,000. Moeller

"I Pacemaker Mobile Homes BUY HAPPINESS & STRETCH SSS Idylwild Walking distance of new place. Kitchen completely equip. reasonably Can be FHA fI- room Fla. room on a large corner Mary
S2>asta and Airstrcam By Investing In a U. S. Steel Home grade school. Beautiful lot. 3 brm. ped. Gleaming hardwood floors. nanced. Don't miss seeing this I lot. Price V lust reduced to ARISTOCRATEnter ,
f! Travel TrailersOcata's built In this area by 2 bath contemporary home. New nice I home before you buy. Call only $20,700. owner financedyou this 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Realtor
First Mobile Home ALACHUA HOMES. INC. FHA financing. FR 2-3617. PARRISH name the down payment. Call through attractive covered gar

: Dealer Since 141l Phone 3764630 ARNOLDREALTY Fordyce V ; 3761236.BLACK den. Separate formal I living 1019
Sliver Springs Blvd.' Model Home Opening Sun. Near Finley extra lovely 3 brm. ACRES University FR 6-4471
1 23 every STOP! LOOK! & ASSOCIATES. INC.H. Large room; cozy family room with Member Multiple
living room 3 large bedrooms Listing
l Phone eJMJHi from 1 P.M. 5 P.M. beginning 2 bath home. Lovely! location. This newly listed property is worth Wayne Hill Helen Graham 2 baths, Fla. room patio fireplace. The last word In kitchens Associates
Ocala. Fla. August 16. 3331 N.W. 28 PI. Good financing ready for oc COMPANY your consideration before you buy. Carolyn PoolMary Parrish plenty of storage built In fully equipped. Glgant I c E. W. Moeller Foster Killer
Lowest prices easiest terms. largest Compare cost with all other 3 cupancy. Multiple Listing Member its ideal location In the restricted 19 NE First Street Tel. 372-5375 bookshelves and kitchen. Over screened porch. Special terrazzo Dick Durbin Sharon Grant
1219 Ave. 372-3522
W. Univ.
In central Florida. bedroom, 2 bath fully air cond. Northwest is floors throughout. Located in
much 1800
display desired. and
<(< homes. "YOU'LL BUY IT EVERY Tradition 3 brm. 3 bath home in Associates: Jane Caldwell sq. ft. fenced yard. Durant Estates. ,102 N. W. 20th DRIVE
We trade for anything. Free delivery Give us an to show Only $25,000 with low down
.1- TIME." Finley area. A lot that has been Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman opportunity pay Ideal location, 2 Irg. & I im. BR,
t up to 100 mIles.TRAILER landscaped with loving care. See i F. W. Hodge Walter Stoddard you this choice 3 B.R. 2 bath JWK ment. Call Ferdyce 3761236.FORDYCE I" Irg. living rm., dining rm. & kitchen

J MART BEAUTIFULLY KEPT this one. Good price good I Jimmy Green Fla.lot room- home.Just a Beautifully nice horre shaded for ARNOLDREALTY 2 baths, screened porch.Someone .
I Hwy. 17 Open 1 to 6 1305 NE 6th Terrace. 2 Bedroomand terms. real connected with UF will.
living enloyment Excel.lent 3728404ONLY 8 ASSOCIATES. INC
East Palatka Phone 321-1050 screened porch. Large cor. love living here

I 8 x 29' Manor Mercury house traU.I ner lot. Immediate occupancy. GLADYS SMITH I Immediate N. w.condition 26th St.-and Drive call for by appointment. 111 $10,750.00 will buy a nice Multiple Grace Fordyc Listing Realtor Broker COMPANY
495-24U $11400. FHA terms. See Dick FR 23617. three bedroom home. Conveniently Multiple Listing Member 31 Rest Eitated Wanted
I ler. $1200. Call between Associates: 1219 W. Univ. Ave.
Robinson. located In the Northeast this 372-3522
t; 5 and 7 p.m. In Archer. RALPH A. FOSSEY Realtor Realtor NORTH EAST house can be handled f.r S350.M. Harvey Benton Dudley Goulden Associates: WANTED 50 acre farm fenced
I' O. C. Gay Dick Banks
Associates: Anna Hmson I Jim Sheppard Jane CaldwellF.
Insurance and
plus prepaid water electricity. High and dry.
Univ. 376-13.S
Three Frances Sarah/ Goulden
B.R. Hough
Sleeping W.
Virginia Power Caroline Noyes porcn approximately $47.00 per month Hedge Bob Kalkman Send details to P. O. lox 274
!' SALES 1228 W. University Ave. Living room Separate dining with new FHA financing. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Jimmy Greene Walter Stoddard Gainesville, Fla.
2702 Waldo Road N.E. A STEAL Phone 3725393WANTED rcon 2 baths completely
EASY to three bedroom two
I two. three and four bed- furnithtd Including kitchen eqi'ifc-' buy
At Palm Lane 3764205CONNOLLY
I, BY OWNER room homes at convenient loca mt' Lot 100 x 103 Immediate bath house In University neigh-
tions. Quality construction plus occupancy Call FR borhood. Owner will cooperatewith
MUST sacrifice. 3 bedroom 2 bonus features. such as: real '-35:7 qualified buyer hi srring- E-
II Mobile Home Sales Inc. 2 I 3 bath, large Fla. room large living Someone to take advantage of this plaster walls. fully sodded lot brig a down payment of 1000.
bedroom mobile homes. Many room, dining room, built-in unusual offer. For SI/000 down lifetime terrazzo floors. GE cen- ASSOCIATESJ. Central hilt Florida room I > IXF.:
floor plans. 7 year financing. kitchen, convenient to shopping you can move Into this Brand tral heat adaptable to A-C GE oak tiers space for two
center and schools. Must see built-in and a 11 Guy Jayne Buttsrwerth cars. end built In kitchen
; Drive out today. 3 miles South New 3 BR. 2 bath luxury homeon oven range. ,
I of Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph. to appreciate the value. No qual. Vj acre lot In NW. Has cen- brick fronts. rustic gas lamps Col. J.'r.. Davis H. J. Wiltshire will delight you at .17,
V4-CS71 ifying. Low down payment. OrigInal tral heat and air conditioning. sidewalks swim club member Multiple Listing 500.
price $21,600 price now Sidewalk to schools. Beautiful ship. OVER AN ACRE In Ktrkwoed. Gracious -
; FEDERAL QUALITYHOMES $18,84578. J500 down. LocatedIn Etec. kitchen.; For details call masonry homecentral

INC. nice NW section at 1321 NW University Reatly No cash down VA.Low heat two baths, three bedrooms
) 4870 N.w. 13th St. Gainesville 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-2633. PLUS another bedroom and I
FR 2-5111 Walt Johnson. Mgr. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. FHA down. MORE HOUSE FOR THE MON bath for guests a relative. or C I
3034 NE Uth Dr. I Mo old 3 M. Munroe. Realtor Also conventional financing EY 1800 sq. ft. of living area for a study. Large screened .L .L
I SPECIAL BR. 2 bath. Fla. roem, patio. plus attached garage. Superior porch fireplace'too. By
I 104 x JOT Lot for mobile home. built-in oven and range. Air LOVELY HOME Move in CCB Construction 3 large bed- appointment only.
1 $ S. off Payne cond. Cent. heat. Large corner Four BR, Fla. room. 2 bath cen. rooms 2 baths. Big LI vlng room MOST attractive home for Ins
J : rie.F"e appointment call lot. Pool membership $850 ,down. I I heat. air cond., living room, electric with fireplace entrance foyer, than 1700000. Three bedrooms.
Ii I F" *3052. _117.850. 372-M8I.) stove, newly decorated inside TomorrowVILLAGE covered patio. Nice yard. Slf.- two baths NW. and features THIS WEEK'S IS ON
and out. Low down payment take 000 with choice of financing. Call SPOTLIGHT
Florida fireplace, welled
1954 SCHULT a X 3r. 2 BR 1 with I FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDNew over payments. 1018 NE 28 Ave. 4-0817. room
\ bunk. $1500. Good condition. Fe 44721. patio. Occupancy after 60
Palm Springs model. One of i
Phone' 6-1887. the best looking homes we've ever [ GREEN CUSTOM BUILT and designed by days. By appointment only.
built. Four bedrooms. 2 full NEW local architect with ultra mod- LARGE beautiful lots In Ridge-
I FOR SALE OR LEASE 2 bedroom SoD at reasonable prices.All UNIVERSITY INN
I I wood
Florida In
baths. beautiful brick facade em Living mind.
I r'txise trailer and nice shady lot.
kitchen Large 2-story home in new restricted Nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living area Improvements paid. Little-
NW. location. S3*JO. Phone 372- excellent arrangement.
i S14.,00. No money down. VA residential, area. Has 4 bedrooms NO WAITING TO QUALIFY. Plus :3 ear carport. Central heat waed-wastweed saetlan. Stert a wonderful evenlnj with a cocktail in the
2 baths
upstairs livino
I I : f. alreandlttonlng. Dream kitchen I J. WIKIRKPATRICK
FHA only UOfl dawn. Price -
'I .sUR DAY SPECIAL fully sodded front lawn dining study. & powder family room down-room. HUGHEDWARDS with unusual eating ire *. University' Inn Lounge. Cocktail Hour ia from 5 to
M 2 BR K'y'n. 36'. $1595 gas lamp. swim club member stairs. Immediate Striking entrance foyer I pat- V
57 2 BR Skyline. 42 $17 S Phone FR 2-W65. W.occup a n c y. io. Large lot In LIbby Heights. P.M. Then here one of the best steaks In town
I 57 1 BR Campanlon 31'. lltj ship.VILLAGE I P. Ridge- Must be seen to be appreciat Realtor I
50 1 BR Spartan. :30". SlWi GREEN i I way. ed. $35,800. Call 4-0(17. 31 N. Main ASSOCIATES St. Phone FR 24404 V in the Steak Room or serve yourself the convenient
I t 54 1 BR Spartan 43. 121f5 By HUGH EDWARDS. INC. BY OWNER 28R. 1 bath. CCB ,
43 1 BR Spartan. 25. tttS 2909 N. E. 15th St.37t.7971 house 100 x 100' lot. reasonable INC. Claude M, "Red" Franks. Realtor Flays Mathlasen Reece Irene USN.Bunnetl" Ret smorgasbord way. After a delightful meal, return t.
5* 1 BR Great Lakes. 45 x 10 $2,. down payment $62.50 per mo. 840 Capt. A. w. GriffIn
I 395- BY OWNER NEAR WEST- NW 55th St. 372-1772. North Central Florida's Largest 7 N. E. 1st St. Phone -0817 Levis Kirkland Ben the Lounge for cocktails and dancing to the music af
Nimrod camper: S35 WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR. 2 bath LOW down Member Multiple Listing
Trailer parts for sale 3 miles S. Ig. LR. family room. built in payments. payment N. W. section.low monthly near I I Furnished Builder models and at Developer 2909 NE 15th FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom SERVJCE CALLS $5 'lobby Griffin's Comba and Richard Parker's Or.

of Starke on US 301. kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING schools. 372-7674 or 372-9538 after St. SiO unfurnished. Will show Sept. Heating Air Conditioning I
'til 2 A.M.
MURRAY 44-0571 TRAILER SALESPh. & HEAT. SI000 and 4 PM 374-7971 S & .. 124 NW 34th Ave. Si Refrigeration Service I chestra

U- Contractor I
144. 50x10 Chlckasha 2 bedroom. -- I Any make or model window I
Watch For Next Weik't SPOTLIGHT
Will sell for small equity. and
household appli I
I units and
assume payments. FR 2-77T8. ; ances. Also we clean heaters.I

1 1962 Skyline house trailer 2 BR. MOBILE HOME SALE50x10 Phone FR 2-5002

air SW cond.Archer. washing Rd.. Lot machine.27. Phone 3620 ;;I DINING DINING DINING-DANCINO *


374-1704._____ GENERAL GAINES SHELLEY'S Home of the Original _ _
screened porch wall to wallrugs. 52x10 STEAK ROOM ITALIAN SANDWICH UNIVERSITY INN

\ excellent condition. Many 2 bedroom Featuring U.S. Prima and Choke Dial 372-4512 for fast free de Charcoal Steak Room" lmortIa.-
2 bedroom
extras. Buy now for December steaks prepared t. your taste livery. board Cocktail Hour S to 7. S
I occupancy. S2500. Ph. Fit....,.. I Reduced ro$3i495.00 rt3495.00 I Fet top quality workmanship- on our open hearth. Holiday Inn Also pizza It your favorite drinks for the price of 1. Dane-
to Reduced to call ltOO .W. Uth St. FR II* W. Univ. Ave. or our Ing tu 2 AJM. to Bobby Griffin's

33 LOTS FOR SALE 372-6142 new store at 10 NW 1st Ave. Combo t Richard Parkers orches

I No. 2423 No. 1569 GAINESVILLE THE ORLEANS _ _ tra. 101 S.W. 13th $to FR "2442.
Ranchettes $5500.00 7Vs Acres. SW (Formerly Fred's Locker Room
of Town. beautiful & restricted i UPHOLSTERY Businessman's Lunch 45 CAFETERIAS *
( home sites. ISM II.W. lift St.Fre Served 11:30 AM- to P.M. _ BOWLING *
EstimatiMivery. ew aM Dinner Served .
Mary Moeller t 12 PM.
60x10 Cocktails
55x10 Served
I Dancing Complete dinner noon and night. BOWLING at its finest at
Realtor 3 bedroom front kitchen. 3 bedroom front kitchen. 4M2 NW 13th St. >7 cents. Wide variety of rneai*. PALM LANES

W. University FR I _ _ salads ana dessert to choose Open every flight for your vloyment
; 10" 44471V.
Reduced FREE ESTIMATES w ITALY from. Open 7 days a week. Come from f .ajs to 2 A.M.
TRAILER 3995.00 Reduced to $3695.00 IN GAINESVILLE?
I ACRE LOT AND OR : FURNACES .nrf Quality see us Palmer & Sue Long. Free service.W4 .
FOR SALE.'a acre M mile fromUniversity Dine by candlelight In the oeliflht- Rememberl We have complete nursery
IncL well pump. septic -: No. 3663 No. Central AirConditioners' ful atmosphere of Italy dinner noon and night for only Waldo Rd. 37MU4BILLIARDS
tank. work shop storage & 2594 MANARO-S RESTAURANT f 7 cents.

study room. patio V 41 x S 154 specializes In La.. u. Ptese -
I 2 BR New Moon trailer. Perfectfor and other delicious Italian Food.
,I married students. Call FR t- i WHY PAY RENT? 2120 Hawthorne Rd. 5-11 PM. *

2318 or FR23*'. 372-4490 Closed Mondays. V

-Wi 125 CHOICE business property I by 7! ** NOW OPEN Alan's New CUE STICK BILLIARDS i DINE I. DANCEDIRECTORY
on US Hwy. 1. 3 ml. South of MR. SANDWICH SHOP Fun for not only young men

St. Augustine In motel area. Best m equipment using In- Across from Univ. Post Office BUT young women. too. i

I $3300 by owner. FR 44250. FEDERAL QUALITY ternally Insulated ducts designed Featuring our own roast beef sandwich "I Bring your dates

LOTS for sal. In eautitvl IdyMId engineered and Installed In natural gravy. 55 cents.J Open 10 AJM. to 12 PJM.OS .
between Gainesville end the new byALL 'The best roast beef In __." N. Main Street ITO
golf and country club. Large restricted AMERICAN HEATING
tots. Certified public water t AIR CONDITIONING CO.

S17SO. to $2800.Clyde Setflnger. Realtor I 4820 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville PH.1MNI 376-8268 M MM. ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

Owner I. developer 24N1.rSayic* CALL 372-3441.

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42 Forms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 51 Misc. Rentals 56 Business OpportunitiesSAUNDER'S 56 Business Opportunities

I 12 Acres W. of town paved road. 2 BR-LR, kitchen water furnished. 4 BR home, perfect for male slu- 3 BR, I bath $150. 1931 NvV 2nd LAftGc shady lot across street NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY ideally .
$6800.00 $50 per month. 1635 East Univ. dents. Room for up to. boys. Ave. Phone 376-3401. from school close to shopping: OIL COMPANY located in Medical:
20 Acres W. of town paved road.S12.5OO.00 Ave. (Rear) Call FR 20989. Call John S.ldwllFR 4-4201 or and churji in Waldo. $15 mo. SERVICE STATION MANAGERSAND vi
2 BR house for lease. $125 per per cinity. Includes Store building 2
F R05.. .
THE TIME IS NOW 468-159 Wado:
See our Ad for Ranchettes un- ROOMMATE wanted male 15 S.W. mo. Located at CIS NW 2Cth St. ASSISTANT Bedroom 2 Bath central heated
der LOTS 3rd Ave. $37.50 per mo. Includes THREE bedroom 2 bath hou"Sliver on Contact owner at 90S NW 20th St. I Needed immediately. Good salary residence another residence for
Net price reduced utilities and phone. For Info call Lake near Myttor I 51-A Wanted To Rent and comm. if you desire to own rental. plus 6 or 7 trailer spaces.
THREE bedroom house with stove
6-4481. 3762615. your own business. Why not team Grocery alone now grossing over
Mary Moeller and refrigerator furnished. Available the recommended ways to successfully $60.000 per year. Declining health
WANTED roommate grad student SANTA FE LAKE. CCB collage, last of Sept. 1311 N.E., 14th I am an Adventist & would like operate the business dictates sale. $45,000 with terms.
Realtor male share apt. with 2 Ttr, IllS mo. on lease. Wese- room & board in an Adventist
others modern. 1 efficiency and 1 twobedroom while you earn. For further details -
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr avail. Sept. 10 close to campus. avail, ",pt. I. Phone roan Realty FR 42472.IPAOOUS home. Phone 372-8113 for Mr. Lon- call Mr. DeLoach 376-5333.
1019 W. University FR 4471 376-8334 between 4-7 P.M. CM S-Sl/j Mlr6. ". 3 BR. 2 baths built-in gar. evening 376-0296. REDFRANKSREALESTATE

House Rent? ACRE lots on paved road 2 miles EFFICIENCY apt. $48 per mo.. 2 bedrooms CB., house, ,",. on own washer t dryer wall TO WANTED Nursery facilities for
to from city limits. Only S2200. Call lights and water furnished. Ideal Swan Lake. Bat Mo. AIM' Small wall carpeting air condo trent use during Sunday morn I n g
John Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494. for working girl or student. Phone 1 .,., house |4) MO. Call FR 2- heat. Located on beautiful wooded church services within a 3 block ADVERTISE IN THE St. Phone 376-0817
CHIEFLAND 40 acres 25 acres FR 658241EFFICIENCY ___1157 or 01 .n1 8 .MelroM. lot. 1173 per mo. See at !609 radius of the 400 block S.W. SERVICE DIRECTORY I 7 N.E. 1st
Pangola grass VA ml. hiway APARTMENTS. IJ9 THREE bedroom, 1 both-suburban NW llth Art or phone 376638. 12th Street and 5th Avenue. Member Multiple ListingMcCOY'S
Call FR
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS frontage older buildings. $8800 month. Phone 466-3<<8. h.nw ef 4001 E. University Ave. THREE bedroom, 1 bath. convenient 2-4200 or FR 2-3867.
vacancy cash or terms. Call, write or Year l*,,*' required, HIS H f mo. location. Call Alachua Realty
see S. E. SAPP. REALTOR. DOWNSTAIRS furnished apt:. 1 L J. M'feH.. 7591 NW .thI. Associates 376-219. 54 Business Rentals
YOU MORE than the ud that will Newberry. large BR, bath Ig. living rm., ( Phufl* M I 4ftCOUNT /, -
rentit separate dining rm.. & kitchen. 4 Bedroom; 2Vi bath, living room .
80 acres woodland. 20 mi. N. of Water furn. $75 mo. May be ..." *? "OffAw.. ...3 acrtt dining room combination. Large LARGE Shop building. Long term
G'vllle on St. Rd. 121, 1 ml. S. at 559 NE 4th Ave. after S P.M. } t.eojWlttI, K, fe, Hilling 444'ilia. house and yard. Kincaid Rd.Southeast lease. Rent or sale. 2007 NE 27th INC.
of Worthington. Alachua Co. Ruth Call 3728890. Mit.Ht>py: Section. Cat FR 2-2648. Ave. FR 65568. MACOMA HOMES,

'1 Cason. Worthington. DUPLEX 2 bedroom apartment, a** QUIRT, luv.'lf -i -frrt, T"-tiwse 49 Rooms For Rent Large commercial building for rent.
740 ACRE ranch at $135 per acre. for cooking and heating private en Santa 1 rfcfca. WH<* Suburban
fere's In beautiful Heights
what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Frank D. Howard. Real Estate, front & back entrance, n I Ie' i, kJ.4, ,II MI/, F, Of .: NICE
shady yard. cold water turnUhd. room private bath. 2 dou- adjoining city limits.
Grady Finance Co. Office P.O. Villa, | ml' W 0rMe J fd. WIN- ble windows. quiet. Prefer lady. LEASE
No small children or pets. Phone
EVERY DAY until it is rented Box 703. High Springs. Fla. FR 2.2400.FURNISHED. TJf Hi jW 1\*,- fli| Jvn. Will need own transportat I Ion. Modern air cond. suite of off es. The Charming Ole Livable
: 290 ACRES. 10 miles southwest of tAKE WAUftU& -= -2-fuN; tleC FR 2-29(2. Downtown location. near court
Gainesville. Vt mile highway 1 BR apartment a1 l kitchen, house and federal building. Ph. RANCHO GRANDE TIKI
1i..IItI"l.llI. 4 Mil JO.:
NICELY furnished In
frontage electrical & telephone 2126 N.W. 7th St. Phone 372 8932. N.E. section room home. 372-7943 or 6-0817. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 bedroom 2 bath large

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: after service 5:00 available.P.M. Call 372-0745 CLEAN across from 1 bedroom Campus, couples apartment on 41 Hu.i for Rent Unfurn. people. If interested accommodates call two FR SMALL warehouse for rent. study family room, living screened porch beautifulroom

ly. Call 373-2UO for detail. '-0863.ROOM DAN BYRD dining room oak family room, oak parquet
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day .No.from 222.Gainesville.150 x 300 5 minutes 2 bath ; 1"i, BR I, f-Ic, m. NE.Mary and board for retired gentlemen 376-8268. parquet floor. drapes in- floors drapes included.
home. Only $8800 and $1800 down. '46 Unfurnished Apti. 64 146 Main Street. Willis- eluded. $30,000 10o $28.500 10% Down.
$50 per mo . .. $1.66 per, day -- .. Mocllcr ton Florida. ,I FOR LEASE 10,000 sq. ft. store Down. Our 1964 Parade Home
all' building W. Univ. Ave.
No. 219. 300 acre cattle ranch. Price S800
Improved pasture. fenced and ONE 3 Rm.' and bath apartment. Realtor ROOMS for rent $8 per week. per mo. Call Hershall Haynes 4320 NW 17th PI. 3225 NW 28th Ave.
$55 per' mo. . $1.83 per day fenced. 1 mile paved high- One 4 Rm. apt. and bath. Both 502 N. Moin St. FR 4-2641 or B. F. Mizell. FR
cross with hot water. 107 SE 4th Ave. 10I' _W_,__University_ FR. _4-4471 6-7551. "PLANNING TO BUILD"Let
way frontage. Only 5200 per For information call J. T. Howie. ROOMS for men plenty of hot wa
I $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day acre. FR 2-1090. UNFURNISHED I BR home 1110 ter, off street parking. P hone SMALL. business or office space located us give you on estimate on contracting your new
STROUT REALTY per mo Unfurnished 2 BR $60 3766036. in 1600 block West Univer custom home.
Intersection of HWY 221 FOR RENT upstairs apartment per mo. Call 3/4,"". sity Ave. For more information
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Location and 18. Hampton Florida. Mary kitchen dining room. 2 Ig. bedrooms FURNISHED rooms brick house phone FR 63012. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Day FR 6.7290
Br. 468-1668. Ig. back porch. Unfurn. 7 ROOM. i Story, 3 BR, IVk baths. 2V blocks from Campus. 928
Brown. FOR
$35 per mo. Call 472-2134 or $13000 per mo. Garage. 555 NE S.W. 1st Ave. & WAREHOUSE Nite FR 6-5015 or 6-6502
t $70 per mo . $2.33 per day 43 Colored Property write Fla. W. N. Barry. Newbe r r y. 7th Ave. GR 5S032. ROOM FOR MEN STUDENTS 115 space 372-1,,,call. John Merrill Realtor. j Office located at N. Main Street and 23rd Blvd.

J THREE bedroom house, fenced NW 10th St. Private entrance,
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day HOMES FOR SALE UNFURNISHED apartment conven.lent back yard. available Sept. 8th. connecting bath parking area. OFFERED BY BUILDER ---- --- -
2 & 3 bedrooms. SE 14th St. S to campus. 3019 S. W. 34th 212$ NW 7th Ter. Phone 3728932. maid service & phone. I
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day 7th Ave. 'small down payment Way. $CS per month. Water fur. THREE bedroom 2 bath house PRIVATE entrance share bath 3 Bedroom 2i bath home. Gainesville's newest and most
fished kitchen equipment. FR
monthly payments $57 to $65. '-9903 after Monday noon. with Fl. room builtIn range. downtown location. $40 per mo.l I Show house at 3321 N.W. 28th luxurious apartment building .
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day with Also no homes down built payment.on your'Ph.lot N 4681177..W. Section.Waldo.$120 per mo. Phone Phone 372-0481 for appt to see. Avenue. Also 3 Bedroom 2 r
47 Houses for Rent Furn. LAKESHORE
FR 2-4125. bath home at 4620 N.W. 33rd
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 2 BR. kitchen furn. $82.50 per mo. 50 Mobile Homes Court. T. D. f
New. Quality Hugh Edwards built CAMPVILLE nicely furnished 1 bed- 24 NE 20th St. Back yard fenced. Zetrouer. Phone
home. Three bedrooms. 1 bath. room CCB house students or couple Contact Ward at 372-3289 or 2- 2 BR trailer 10' wide on privatelot. FR 63848. TOWERS
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day As low as $43. per month with no pets. $45 Phone 4812178. 6885. Call 376-1502 or 376-5356. I
$2,000 down or will arrange termsto ---- -
1 $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day 15th suit Street.buyer. Located 643 NE .. NOW ,LEASING 1

Hugh Edwards Inc. SEEShadowlawn r
Phone 376-7971

I am interested in buying several s
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR lots at the right price. Call


COLORED ultra ; modem 2 BR duplex -
apartments large living and I 3 and 4 Bedroom Models
dining area modem kitchen with I I 4<
.fan large storage closets terrazzo I IR
38 Real Estate Wanted 41 Residential Income floors tile baths. space heater I R INTEREST ITEMS
and hot water heater facilities lam i
Comes to Northwest Gainesville ..
for washlng'machines.
HOUSE WANTED individual will 4 i ttMroom. 2 bath home. Also ad
pay $300 cash to owner or builder joining rental property. 200 ft. Ter.paved or for See appointment at N.E. 26th 372- Large Cedar o Snack Bars
for equity or down payment. frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd of-
and will pay transfer costs. Mustbe Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 5321 or 372-5322. Closets Intercom AM : ,a
clean 3 BR 1V1 or two bathhouse rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR' 2- I o Sunken Tubs
in Northwest area. Payments 45 Furnished Apts. PALM VIEW ESTATESN.W. and FM Radios LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDE:
not over $120 per month : S Interior Planters Sho-nuf Family
total. Call Bambi Motel for Wy- 42 Forms & Acreage 3 ROOM duplex 19 N. E. 13th St. J s Exposed Beams S Swimming Pool Recreation Room
lie Merritt. convenient to bus lines. S5Q per Rooms
I Grounds Central Heat
of Picnic
16th Ave. at N.W. 39th Drive e Acres
mo. Phone FR 2-0374. e
LISTINGS WANTED South of Newberry and West of Complete Finished i Central Air Cond. Laundry Facilities
Have buyers waiting for farms US 41. nicely rolling with beau- s Spacious Baths LaundryF. Storage Lockers Garbage Drop Chute
and small acreage. tiful large trees. Partly cleared New Brick Homesby I
CALL suitable for pasture or farm A limited number of brick front fully Paved Parking Areas Lighted Sidewalks
ing. Several lovely I home sites. air conditioned colonials under D. 3 Elevators ,
Angle Real EstateC. Only $120 per acre. Half cash are now con- 1 OLIVERBuilder I
U Angle. Broker and 5 year terms. S. E. SAPP. Builder struction. Prices start at $16,350. VA, i I

I O. J. Angle. Associate* REALTOR. NEWBERRY. 3 & 4 bedrooms built-in kitchen FHA, Conventional financing. For information j I PHONE 376-4456 I I ";
4404 NW 13th St. 376-6977
180 acres. 60 acres in permanent equipment cen. heat. VA no 3767971. [ FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
39 Out of Town Property pasture plenty of water fenced down payment. FHA costs.from $700 II I Drive West to Glen Springs 39th Avenue i (24 Hour Service)
and cross fenced Vj mile road down-no closing I
frontage. $165 an acre. and 34th Street Intersection. See Sign SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
71 FEET frontage by 165 feet deepat Builders. Inc.
value 6304$25,000 Nebraska owner Ave.will. 80 smaller acres suitable tracts. Good for cutting investment.Into N.W.Capital 37th Place & 6th Street HUGH EDWARDS, Inc. I I on Left. I 2306 S.W. 13th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

for equally valued property in Cal i Fordyce 3761236.ADVERTISE OPEN HOUSE DAILY FR 2-0866 I
Gainesville area. Contact T. E. & I Builder-Developer
I Butler Bros.
Leona Bronson P. O. Box 642. IN THE Call 37J-SM1 r 374-77U. BUILDERS \

Gainesville.5958. Fla. or phone 372- SERVICE DIRECTORY _

t4 '
.W !
2 Bedroom, 2 b*'h. large screen
porch. 2 car ga-age, shop. boathouse ,
for 25 foot boat. 200 foot I ,
rleltront $25,000. Tom K n 0 Its. 9 The
5415 Riverside: Dr. Y'n eet-wn. I .:fQ+/ ; MILTON
I PUBLIC Auction Labor Day at 2 ''' ... <
S P.M. 27 Access lake lots at Grandin y j -, 1 t ''Y'r '4
Lake Shores located on State : :?j:,;; :.::1bY"':_. : .. ... .. k4 :
#.' y" ; :: ;,
f.t .
Rd. 315 south of Grandin. Liberal y. . ; ".. .
e terms or discount for cash. H. : : ') :'. '; >: $ 89* '
G. Bellinger Starke Fla. '' :: v : FHA 650 $9 4 }

..n, 11 :' down .
: 40 Business Properties .. i. .?. .t rr':: t per mo. 4
RESTAURANT 7 room house and .
36 acres with 1055 ft. frontageS < .i( ; 'i
north of Waldo Rd. on 301 very VA-Nothing down $9648.
reasonable. Phone 468-1673. +! ,
: .
FIRST mortgage for sale discount ,
if sold within 10 days. For further ,

I. Longar.information call 372-8113 Mr. ($100 Closing Costs VA)

LARGE store. warehouse. Approx.
C 9,000 sq. feet. 1030 E. Univ. Avail MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE -
.. able after Nov. Write P. O. Box }
a 2383. Tampa. Fla.ADMIRE.
.J Principal, Interest, Taxes, Insurance :-t

.J Central Air Conditioning J

THIS UNUSUAL HOME IN / Built-in Tappan Oven and Range f

WIMBERLY ESTATES ; ... with Hood, Fan and Filter I I!
A w ea av K .. : s
Lloyd Myrick. Bldr. ,R ti
: Offering more quality 52e.

for less money '1'c'1' a.twewss. .$ .. !
W 34th Ter. off N.W. 39th .

Ave. Open Sundays at 2:00 er I ... -:+., .-... ... -wx'5.',,.,.mn:r3 'X ,, ._. -- -
Builders i
by appt. 3725489 or 2- 84. and Developers

.S. Sales Office N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Ter. ... I. '


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1:30 6
2-bath. entrance foyer, I to p. m .

I. double DR. LR, family centrol room, I HOW TO GET THERE : DRAWING WILL BE HELD TODAY AT 5 P.M.
Four full bedrooms make this one of Kirkpatrick & Pierson's
heat brick GE on a kitchen large lot.-1736 full Drive North on Main, Turn Right at N.E. finest new home values yet the price is modest enough to fit

: N.W. 39th Ave. $19.000.- 23rd Blvd., and Continue to N.E. 12th St. your budget. Rich wood paneling gives warmth to the spacious FREE $1 00
10.. down $122.00
per living and there's oversize
area, an storage room too. \
a month. Turn LEFT and Follow Directional I' Signsto
Model I Home at 1322 N I.E. 31st Ave This air-conditioned Milton can be yours for as little as 94.89 .

!! .. per month. Be sure to see it today, and register for the free $100backtoschool
The Powell 3 ER. 1 /i .
wardrobe to be given away Sept. 6.
bath, oak floors carport
central heat. cull brick on
a nice wooded lot. 1514 I
N.W. 34th PI. $14.000. :

$500 month.down. $86.49 per Highland .Court Manor from Belk-Lindsey

S '
.- ':.i Nothing to buy I just register at Kirkpatrick & Pierson's model home ,I'

i HCM the 's\vim club community. '. : 1322 N.E. 31st Arenue. Drawing will be held at 5 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 6. ;
Built and offered by I L i" : >.- -- ,-.''. ". :, ...-" You must be 18 years of age to register. /'
:' THE JAMES CO. : ,h, : ''P 4 : 2nd and 3rd Prizes: G.E. Transistor Radios I

Phone 372.2527 office
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Business Opportunities 64 Household GoodsKENMORE 66 Misc. For Sal.SINGER 66 MIle .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sale Sunday September 6, 1964 'alntirill Sun 138

Dr. Napoleon CAREER OPPORTUNITY washing machine $21. "400" TOUCH AND SEW FOR SALE room air conditioner USED vacuum cleaners., ITS I.. ----------1
Hill. Advisor to two Heavy duty floor polisher $12. Newest model 1944 touch and sew 110 volts $25. Lewyer sofa and sofa-
presidents world famous author Phone 372-4474 vacuum up. some new. Call i"7110 or beds. mahogany glass door _
can at 1742 fully automatic
see Zig slant I Cleaner 1I
ef tag plus attachments $25.3716
"Think and Grow Rich", see at 712 N. Main. I
which N.W. bookcase ,
3rd PL chests bedroom suites,
has sold needle. All built-in designs buttonholes NW 7th PI. Phone FR 6-<&722. -
over seven million cop slant-front v
t desks chairs lamps, .
lee and maker of more millionaires 2-burner Kenmore electric hot sews on buttons, blind TRADE your costly to operate REPOSSESSEDStyle and other
than any living person has plate white enamel new. $20. hems does everything. Sold for ELECTRIC water heater and y Mate Singer Like items. Nearly' Nu -
Itt created an organization to further 10-Inch G.E. oscillating fan, $4. over .$349 assume payments ofSI0.50. $48 for a new glasslined GAS new nothing to buy to Zip Zag Ave.Furniture Phone Shop 324 N.W. 8th I 7I .
distribute his success principles FR 2-1137 after 6 P.m. Call Credit Manager, 372- water heater. Much more not applique monogram fancy stitches 374-4892. '
through home study courses. FAITHFUL Fngidaire with full 7480. water at about half the cost with button holes darns, mends. TV. antenna electric fry pan red-
As key distributor In South Flori width freezer looking for 3 PIECE. sectional reddish brown OUR LP GAS. PROPANE etc. Assume payments Of $750 wook bookcase lawnmower
da, we will be Interviewing for home. Call FR 6-1907 after 1:30 sofa good condition. Ask for ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. per mo. Small balance. Mikell's many other items. Phone 372- I "' .. L/Yr-/
the purpose of establishing exclusive P.M Mrs. Todd, (20 West Panhellenic DOWLING'S Sewing Machine Service., 115 W. 6272. ,.. "... .:'. ., I
qualified sales representation Dr.MONTGOMERY. Univ. FR 11355.
In the following county: Ala YEAR old Hotpoint stove. Call Chairs low as St. No money MOVIE outfit complete. I mm Keystone ',. ,
chua. A small Investment In Inventory FR WARD upright dowrlow as $5 per month. 30" range T-V, antenna bed. electric eye zoom lens i I > 7JJ
will be necessary. 6-0786. vacuum cleaner with attachments. Free estimates. pickup and delivery chest headboard. chairs, cameras camera; protector screen; Viewer i I II II
If you wish to make an appoint GAS range. 30" Kenmore with New $10995 will sell for 2495. service. All work guaran typewriters violin It other ; tiller etc. FR 6-9652.
ment to discuss this career opportunity luxury features. like new reduced Also two butterfly chairs $3.50 teed. Phone 376-7784. items. Ph. 312'5850.
i write at once to P. O. to $88. Phone 374-2434. each and heavy duty 24" charcoal WE WANT TO buy late model used FOR SALE Jacobson reel type I : .
Box,123. Buena Vista Station Miami -, CLEAN, used refrigerators for grill on wheels $7. Can be seen refrigerators. Exceptionally High lawn mower, like new $70. For < I II
Florida. sale. at It N.W. 27th Ter.. trade-ins
now given.
Phone 372-5002. phone 372- Information call 37M52J. New Homesin
grocery now grossing- over 60. GE electric range, excellent condi 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. OLD 97 Bergamot Hair Dressing I P 7)I I
1500 BTU air wholesale to agents. Also Raw-
000 per year should do better. tion. $25. Pair of water skis $10. conditioner $60; ,4
PRICE of $45.000 Includes business Call after 5:30 P.M. 3744472. '.pe: bedroom $125; *4 foam NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers leigh Products retail. T. E. Bron- .
bed. $40; dryer. $50 small son. P. O. Box 442 Gainesville
; Hqiicr
store edgers. tampers
building Inventory. light
PORTABLE sewing machine. Monarch bar $25; dishwasher $50 20 cir. Fla. 372.5951GENERAL I /
; plants
PLUS 2 BR 2 Bath central heated has attachments for buttonholes cable. Wisconsin. Briggs I II
residence plus another house etc. Excellent condH'on. ft. upright freezer. $150; utility & Stratton new and used mo ELECTRIC 10 cu. ft. refrigerator WESTVILLANW :
for rental plus space for 6 to Forward reverse stitches rig table $7; electric rotisserie; $20; tors. Rental sales and service. 6 yrs. old. $50 or reasonable -
7 trailers. TERMS AVAILABLE. zags. Good buy for $30. Call 9x12 Nylon rug. $30; TV console. Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE offer. Phone 372-5108. I
Call 372-9729. $35; child's desk, SID; 12x11 Ny. 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411. HOMEBUYERS : I II
REOFRANKS REALESTATE Ion rug, new. with pad, $125. 1 h p. electric motor, practically 16th Are. I .
7_N. E. lit St. Phone 37M17 ONE-door Coldspot refrigerator In 374-8727. QUAILS for sale. Live or dressed. new. Phone 374-0497. ,
good condition. Make offer. Phone Phone 41-2474. { CLIP AND
FR 2-0922 421 N. W. 32nd Ter. ALUMINUM awnings 10 X 30. T-V at 37th St. I I SAVE 01'
59 Money Wanted $125. antennas. $3 single stack $7 : I II
I bought a new Coldspotl! 1194. Edgar U Wight Jr. 462- double stack $13.00 complete kit. 3 fir 4 Bedroom Models In

WANT to borrow 1X500. Extra FOUR piece bedroom set $35; dinIng Jim Voyles 419 NW 8th Ave. SHADOWLAWN
Security. Write Box J77A care table and 4 chairs. $15. SINGER AUTOMATICTwin "UNBELIEVABLE"Brand ESTATESF I I
of Gainesville Sun. Phone FR 2-5590 I
needle gig tag In beautifulnew new sofa-bed and chair D. OLIVER
*1 in. couch $30; draperies 2 mahogany desk. Sacrifice. $5995; platform rockers. $12.95; OFFERING WALTER STUBBSInc. ,
61 Wonted to BurCASH panel; Phone FR 45919. Original price over $300 balance scoop chairs $19; all channel Individual Styles For You
$152 or payments of $8.94 per stacked antennas. $6; used refrigerators.
for your used appliances, month. Machine does all fancy S25; TV's. a) Well planned living areas .
furniture. clothing etc. Call WIN 66 Misc .For Sale. single and double needle designs, WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER 0 Quality material 4 workmanship I
I (liams Service Center Hawthorne button holes zig tag stichmg, hawthorn! Rd. 3723937. WE CHALLENG
Rd. 372-3937. INTERNATIONAL HARTFORD $40. etc. Mikell's Sewing Machine: 0 A community you would be Phone 376-5394 :
t FR. 2-0162. Good condition. Service 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR SMALL chest type home freezer, proud to live in
81355.Rudd excellent condition.: $50. Phone Drive West on N.W. 39th
AU U.S. and foreign silver washer good condItion
3744873. Ave. past the Glen Spring in- "We trade houses"
$40. Phone FR 4-5743.
dollars, proof sets and WSJ Meliklan
> vending machine
I LONESOME T-V looking for a new tersection. See sign on left.
half dollars. G. E. automatic washer In excellent will vend up to ten different I
REBEL STAMP .. COIN SHOP condition. Call FR J9773. items at ten prices is regriger- viewer. Will leave home for $30. I FR 2-0844.
109 W. University Ave. WHY PAY 2 aced, like-new condition. Call Ph. 3725047. C05 NE 11th Ave. I '

__ INDIAN head pennies. Lincoln ON a 1944 PRICES model. Seled! -D-Mal- deliver.FR 8-1079 after 4 00 p.m. Will
dollars old style paper money. Ic Zlg Zag sewing machine. Whenwe :YOU TO :
and gold coins. W. A. Carlton have a repossessed like new SET of 15 Vol. Americana Encyclo-
Jr. Ph. 444-3345. that does all fancy stitches but pedias. Set of 14 Stodldard's Lec
tonholes applique over casting. tures. First reasonable offer. Mrs.
62 Machinery fir Tools sews on buttons monograms Parker, 193 Hammock St. Willis- House .
etc. Responsible party can assume ton. Open
five payments at $7.SO or
hand I
TABLE saw and saw other Jointer( portable power power pay balance of $35. For Information CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew
call 372-76(0 and ask for and Used $60
tools. Phone FR 4452.
Mr. Parker. Complete line of photo supplies

I ONE-ROW corn picker. $495. Good TWO HORSE trailer can be seen FULLER'S FOTO INC. ....
condition. Haufler Bros., Inc., Rt, 619 W. Univ. Ave. COMPARE
at Steve's Grocery Fairbanks. FR 2.0113 '" v < : !II
3. Box 217. Gainesville. 3743336. Phone FR 2-34SX """ fIL' :

64 Household Good 2 $125.MOS.Convertible OLD gas stove sofa with hide-a-bed grill 2 EXECUTIVE i[

like new $45. Phone 3726848. HOMES I
t GE burner range. perfect condition 1 38" X 20" desk $1450; 1 7-ft. I
ISO. Gate-leg dining table clothes rack made of 14" steel 4-BEDROOM-BATH You I
I blond finish, suit. for trailer. pipe. $9.50; 2 nursery gates $1.50 0 Enclosed Swimming Pool get more value Hugh BUILDER BUILDER
FR 2-0982. each. 1 symphonic: port. stereo O Family Room I dollar for dollar Edwards
$34. 374-1849. Built-in KitchenS I in

FREE machIne.- WESTINGHOUSE walnut cabinet attach sewing 2 matching sofas, bahama bed. bar. Wall Laundry to-Watl RoomS a Hugh Edwards home GREENS 2 3 I
ments. $45. platform rocker $10. & 4 stools all In excellent con- Carpet
child's desk & chair $15. FR dition. 372-7440. 2030 NW 14th Ave. Dressing Room
4-4450. Central Heat Air Cond. I :
PIANO $100 Sofa bed and rock- I
1963 30" Frigidalre electric range er $35. Desk $7. Misc. baby Both Homes located In beautIful II
automatic: oven. $150 cash. 1963 clothes & furn. Stroller $10. bathi- high dry wooded area with
yellow GE refrigerator freezer nette SI, car bed $3. FR 6-4811. paved streets, city water and I'
frost free refng. $175 cash. I
Both excel!, cond. Call 374-0027. WESTINGHOUSE 2 speed elect fan, sewer.FRED REAL PLASTER WALLS YES NO NO
clean. 20-m. dlam.. roller stand. MASON,
SOFA plus new slip covers; adjustable ht. Metal util. table BUILDERFR I Sound-absorbent, normally
3 tier elec.: cord. FR 41935.
$95. FR 6.3449.THREE0UARTER .
1-8340 FR 1-31(2 used in higher-priced homes.
GE push button elec. range. Has sw.--
bed with box timer and deep well. Paid $269.
springs and mattress. $25. Phone Excellent condition. Will take $99. I 1

i 372-9720. Gibson 1 ton air cond. not a TOP EXECUTIVE fr SUNDAY SEPT. 6 2 5 I
ELECTRIC range Westinghouse. year old. Just like new, sold for PROFESSIONAL CLASS to p.m. TERRAZZO FLOORS J YES NO YES
30". Excellent condition. $85. $299. Will take $125. See at 805 .
Phone 372-5734. N.E. 11th Ave. or call FR 25047. THE UNIQUE CUSTOM '

T-A-G APPLIANCESTested BUILT HOME OF 922 N.W. 36th Terrace color Easy-to-care-for, permanent I

and Guaranteed SUBURBAN GAINESVILLEJamaicastyle no furniture .-
42 Refrigerators from $39 up a) pace setter indentations.
9 Ranges from $39 up HEIGHTS living room Handsome 3-bedroom, 2-bath home. I
17 Washers from $19 up t Forty foot Florida room
a Dryers from $49 up Gainesville's Newest O Paneled library with fireplace Central air-conditioning Gr heating.
2 Food-Freezers from $99 UD Prestige Address Refreshing view overlooking landscaped terrace.
2 Dishwashers from $49 up ALL BRICK YES NO NO I
Built for Those Who Desire tl Luxurious master suite with FRONTS
10 TV Sets from $35 Immediate available.
up occupancy
Only the Best.N. walk-In closets-dressing
JIM alt NW VOYLES Sth Ave.Ph.APPLIANCE 372.5303 CO. W. 43rd & N.W. 17th PL room; built-in vanity wall I Lasting beauty, greater
$22,000 d"I
Built by Four el Gainesville's and shoe closetS I
I FOR SALE i hot water tankS. 30 Leading Builders Fabulous kitchen breakfast. resale value.
gaL with gas heater attached also FRED MASONA. utility room and workshoparea
150 gal. butane gas tank. Com- W. FLETCHERMACOMA -
plete with gauges. 2 crane shal- I
HOMESW. foot closet wallS
Jewelry low well Co.pumps. Inquire Lewis P. RIDGWAY Guest suite with sunken tub Fully Sodded Front Lawns YES NO NO
Two l landscaped patios 1 REALTY i''
FOR SALE 30" gas range in excellent acre'lot In most select I
condition. 4 burners. oven neighborhood ARNOLD Keeps sand out of your

best broiler offer.> space. $40 or STEVEN FOSTER 0 Scads of sky light so houseIs COMPANY I new home, gives you nearly .

r DISCOUNTPRICES HEIGHTSLocated weather csheerful even In gloomy two years head-start. Saves .1 I

This house Is Ideal for 1219 UNIVERSITY AVE. PH. 372-3522 money. .
1 at N.W. 37th Place & lavish or casual entertaining
6th St. New brick homes under a) Never *ave you seen so :_ I
construction. Pick your own much cabinet and drawer "
'( We undersell everybody. colors, etc. VA 1 FHA Terms. space under one roof. SIDEWALKS

HENDRIX Three-car garage. Total YES NO NO
square footage 6,000 under
FURNITURE CO. Capital Builders. Inc.N.W. roof More People Have Bought Safety for your children. No

NW 5th Ave. at 10th St. 37th Place & 4th Street Happy to show by appointment future assessments. .
GE elec. stove for sale $25. Call CaU 3720341 only. .
or 374-7788 >
after 5:30 P.M. 3727038. : I
3721987COMPARE Edwards Inc. HomesIn
ADVERTISE IN THE Hugh rl. .. 1


Northcentral Florida Since SWIM CLUB [- I

c KINGSBERRYHOMES. .l; !! il! I 1945 Because They Recognize I Swimming recreation with and your summer I


Take your choice of over

90 beoutiful brick I The following are now under I 2-3-4 BEDROOM HOMES GAS LAMP POSTS YES NO NO

Kingsberry homes e construction and will be ready _
SAVE! for occupancy soonl Adds distinction to your home.
.r- I

$9,000 to $30,000 g !IIIIIIIIII i IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY I Gives added burglar I

as little as I 3310 N.W. 30th PI. I
NO MONEY DOWN The following I I Is ready for 3 BR. 2 bath, $400 dn. $87 0

on your lot ;3= occupancy. per month. I_ NO MONEY DOWN I IV FORMICA CABINETS YES NO YES

4120 & 4121 50
3330 N.W. 28th Ave. N.W. 19th Dr. A Village f' green Always clean, never needs

f Monthly" payments 4 BR. 2Vt baths $1.990 dn., 3 BR, 2 bath $500 dn., $81 I I refinishing. .
ii I
as low at $145 per mo. per month.

$56.00 I LOWEST FHA DOWNPAYMENTS by Hugh Edwards Inc.
= & 4127 i I
III/IIIIImmlllllllllllHlllllDBIIHBIlllllnumnllllHl/ : 376.7971
N.W. 19th Dr. = FLOOR TO
Several I new homes ready CEILING
for immediate occupancy.THE I == 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn.. $74 = YES NO NO
per month. CLOSET DOORS
I Norwood S Priced from $13,900-517,250 9 4 Os I I

JAMES CO. _I III'" Double shelved for 100%

901 Waldo Rd. I 'I Hope ALL OUR HOMES ARE Sodded Lawns I more storage space.
Phone 372.2527 Swim Club

Evenings 372-6441 I YOU WILL JUST CALL. Air Cond. Optional I TRUSS ROOFS
Builders of We Trade Homes Ii Colonials NO YES
1123 SE. 4th STREET i
Kingsberry Homes I or Property FR 4-5301 or FR 4-7989 f i Moderns 2909 N.E. 15th Street I Full 8 ft. ceiling throughout
; ;
--------_._._--------- r home. Attic space for '
additional insulation fuel
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I savings. I



I No wood trim around windows

And BusinessAppraisal CHECK THESE NORTHWEST HOMES TODAY I to condensation.rot from natural I I

Service Upholstery FOUk BEDROOM, BRICK COLONIALS $15,825

UPHOLSTER furniture The brick-front I
REALTOR reasonable prices.your Call Sally at j Riviera is the star of our new models.
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced FR 4-9UI. 4243 Terrazzo floors
V SERVICE N. W 13th! TerRemodeling. shingled roof, custom-built kitchen, central I KITCHENS AND BATHS
1219 W UNIV AVE PH. 8723522Bulldozing I
rNA natural gas heating, G.E. built-in kitchen, paved streets, all

c.ay, Lana. city services. I

f>'INee from, SMALL bulKXMer. loader
27Mft! trucks. Phone fill dirt 372.7M4.lime rock. Topsoil tra or maybe room more a complete room new roof home work. I, THREE BEDROOM TWO BATH TOWNHOUSE 10 models priced from $13,925-17,025

for a free estimate. & guaranteed I
LandscapingLANDSCAPE work, phone Carl C. MODELS AT $14,500.

Grus-oct-Garctf SERVICE Main-Nvrsery Paint and re.oiir K-b CARPENTER* performed by THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH BRICK FRONT II

stock of all' kinds.CREVASSE'S carpenter WM loves his trade. MODERNAIRE MODELS $100
NURSERY CALL FF._64907Roofing $14,350 CLOSING
Landscape Co.
I FR 4-2514 for free estimate. THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH TROPICANA FHA from $450 down

Appliance Repair & Mortgage Broker C.-U. HARRELL MODELS $13,000.

Air Conditioning Contractor

25 SVt per MOre cent GAGE interest.MONET Terms to For all, call your us rooting anytime.needs and repairs FHA and VA Walk to elementary

A-l 1 HANDYMAN SHOP BUY years._ BUILD REFINANCE FR 47745Sewing and junior high REGISTER TODAY
First MI air conditioning and Appliance Call
repairs. We sen guaranDon Machine Repairs From $400 down
Byrd Ph. 376-3875
teed washers, refrigerators etc. Better and FOR FREE FAMILY SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIP
living I II IPillage
PR0247 __ FHA and conventional lowest LL-S E"'lhG MACHINE SEJT
current rates. Terms to 25 VICE CO. 115 w. University From $79 per month resale value.
Auto Glass years. Will gladly discuss at no Ave. 374-1075. We repair an ,
J. w. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Drive west on N.W. 16th Avenue to N.W. 38th Street I
AU10 GLASS Is our only bust31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 turn

free ness. pickup Immediate ve Installation. Add' FRED B. ARNOLD Sewing-Alterations left and follow signs to Fernwood Manor.
to your car. REALTOR Dressmaking alterations and
N.W. 4th AUTO St. FR GLASS 4-2558.OX32J FHA AKD LOANS CONVENTIONAL. Ave pair. Opal Holder. 27M SE ITth Paint the Down Payment If You So Desire I '' /

I31> W. UNIV. AVE. PH 3733522GLADYS (FR J-WM

Auto Equipment Smith Realtor FHA fjrecn
rater Terms to 25 wa"". 1221 I
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393 flUKE; TUBE Repair SpeclaCTl I
exchanged Repair kits tor L PRICED FROM $16,000 UP
Mthortz4 F. H. A. A Conv. Low per Inch plus sit u Install most
Walker Jacks. Factory .
FORDYCE tube* 1 Year .
Warranty. Special
Walker Hydraulic Jack ASSOCIATES INC: I
HULL'S BRAKEeRviceT REALTORS Reconditioned. TVs from 19.94, 2837 N.E. 15th Street I
SUPPLY MM s. 926 W. Unlv 374-1234 THE VARIETY STORE Daily 2-9545
1 S.E. 1st Ave. Night
r Main FR 1111
4 Technician's with u yean exPlumbing ,
perience an ad makes. 'EDWARDS INC.
Sun, Want Ads HUGH

NEW used futures, complete I
plumbing service "BIG" JIM 37679715S '
Get Results HUCULEY, Gainesville Plumb SERVICE DIRECTORY II.
ing. FR 1-159. _
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14B Gainesville Sun Sunday; September 6, 1964
85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles ,for Sale
66 Misc. For SoleGERT'S 83' Motorcycles & Scooters 85 Automobiles for Sale I .'z .
1956 FORD Fairiane 4 door one 1963 FORD Galaxie 500.4 on the "
a gay girl ready tor awhirl 1964 ALLSTATE scooter 5 mos. 1962 CHEVROLET radio heater ownei. x'.tent!! condition. for floor 390 engine. Priced for
after cleaning carpets with old. Must sacrifice. $349 new. Now wws power steering new paint age Call 372-8703 alter ::*) P oM. 'quick sale. See at 718 N. Main Northcentral Florida'sNo. i;
Blue Lustre. Rent electric thanv $225. Call 372-6407. $1395 372-5097 before 6 P.M. & St.
3744050 after 6 P.M. I
pooer $1. McOanlell Fum. Co. '63: DUCATI Bronco excellent con 55 DODGE $ 95 55 FORD, automatic 45,000 miles.
Gainesville Shopping Center. dition. 1211 N. W. 10th Ave. or 1959 Karmann-Ghia. Hard top excellent 56 FOJ COSCO high chair 44. wooden bed phone 37A-CJ77. condition. H. H. Everett. 54 CHEVROLET *'|25 weekends or after 5 p.m. .
Hydrocarbons Plant, Phone 485- 46 FORD pickup truck S 50
guard rail $2. Detecto baby 1962 ZUNDAPP. 250 cc. excellent 2851 Brooker, Fla. '58 Chevrolet pickup *4 ton. best
scale $3. Dog basket $1. Kohlert condition elec. starter. Call 4443237 AI Herndon Serv. Station offer. 1424 S. E. 27th St. All Day
B-flat clarinet $25. Set golf dubs. Micanopy. '55 CHEVROLET standard trans 916 SE 4th St. Sunday and after 5 P.ITU Smashing All .
Irons. 2 thru t. $16. 376-2639. mission 6 cylinder. Perfect condi- '
1961 Peugeot motorscooter less door auto. transmission excellent
372-6638. 57 CHEVROLET. 6-cyU
tion. Call 1815 NW 7th
TURF master riding mower. Brlggs than 5000 miles. Two seats spare dean. low mileage. 51. condition white walls and heat
& Stratton 4 cyL engine. $75. Ph. wheel and tire. $150 or will PL 000. Call William's First National er. Phone 3728835. Records In Used Car I
3T2-7896. trade for Ham radio or CB 1964 CORVAIR Spider convertible. Bank FR 65351. MOTOR CO.OLDSCADILLAC
REAL BARGAINS I Lane-Fox show equipment. Phone FR 6-5954. Daytona blue radio. heater 4 FOR SALE 1958 CHEVROLET sedan 87 Automobiles Wanter l
saddle. 3 brlddles. 30 bundles If not answer FR 6-0800. speed transmission, wire wheel 8 cylinder. radio & heater
Fllntkote asbestos siding & cutter covers bucket seats 4,000 miles. auto. trans. $400. Call Starke 964- CARS WANTED 50-S4 Fords .
1 Rheem elec. 30 gals water 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR Take over payments. Phone 376- 1982. & Chevrolets. AI Herndon Serv- I
4339 or 3729776. ice Station. 916 SE 4th St.
heater. Ph. 4663111.CHRISTMAS :
CONDITIONING. Tune up 1957 FORD convertible new toP.
1955 OLDSMOBILE Holiday power i excellent condition. Phone FR
NEAR! Special. $2.50 for performancetest. steering & brakes, auto. trans., 69648. SALES i I
All makes and models.
Start getting your gifts now. We radio & heater. $225. Phone 376-
have Xmas trees. nativity scenes cf Chrysler built! cars. Hawes- 2270. '64 BELAIR $325 down will con- BARKLEY
and ceramic gifts. Powers Motor Co., Air Condi- sider older !
car. Call FR 2-8056 '
ELLA'S CERAMICS tioning Servicing Center. 204 N. 61 Chevrolet parkwood wagon with after 5:30. 63 CADILLAC! 50 CHEVROLET
FR 6-5M8 Main St., Phone FR 22561. air. Wholesale. STUDENT SPECIAL MOTORS"IN
JUS E. Univ.
'54 Plymouth, perfect cond 1954 FORD excellent mechanical Sedan de Vlll. air conditioned. Station wagon. 6 cylinder.
SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. 43,000 sworn to miles. $395. Phone condition good tires. Priced rea- I low mileage 100% warranty.
67 Trading Posts THE AUTO GAME-
Auto repair & tuneup. FR 6-44C5. i
sonable. Phone 376-4164.
Miller & Sons BARKLEY'S THE NAME" $1095
WILL trade good 14 foot fiber- 732 NW 1st St. 372-7915 1962 Fairlane Sports Coupe in ex- $50 MECHANIC SPECIAL. 1958 I $4595
glass boat for your car even cellent cond. $300 & assume pay Renault 4 CV needs new rings 2201 N. Main St. OUTSelling ,
trade or boot If warranted. FR 85 Automobiles for Sale menls. Can be seen at 1810 NW and sleeves to put in running FR 2-4373 -
24181. 6th St. or call 3765.4721960 condition; otherwise In good '6Q CHEVROLET

WANTED to swap bird dog. last 14 1960 Plymouth Savoy 8 cylinder. FORD Conv. No money down shape. Phone 376-0634. '62 CADILLAC Station wagon. V-t. overdrive.
mos. old had some training take up payments.' Contact Mrs. 1964 VW Deluxe Micro bus split
four door standard
season, for standard 1 make with heater, best offer over Ruby Mullins at 372-3686 between seat red & white. 50 HP excellent Sedan de Ville air conditioned
H-quage shotgun. 481-CTS6. $800. Call 3721646. 1106 N. E. 8 AM and 5 PM. condition private party. S2,. 1964 OUT sold and serviced by B & G. $1195
395. Call FR 2-4281
9th Ave. weekends and Pricing
70 Boats-Marin. Equip. 61 VW Sunroof, $995Call weekdays after 6 P.M. -
1964 Chevrolet Impala. 26.000 miles. 376-7914 $3595
16' Cabin cruiser, plywood good Wholesale price. Call FR 64405. '59 ENGLISH FORD 2 door good '
62 VOLKSWAGEN. red with white 61 CHEVROLET
condition heater. Priced
condition. 50 h.p. Mercury excellent 63 OLDS Jetfire, fac. air. turbo Interior, radio, heater & trailer
able. Phone FR 28811. I Impala
condition. Tilt trailer. Ph. hardtop sedan air
4 speed loaded. John FORD con-
charged hitch; $1195. Contact H. D. Boyd.
374-8507 after S. Pierson, FR 2-8743 or see at 1122 P. O. Box 271. Micanopy. I '51 CADILLAC I ditioned, power steering.

72 Office Equipment NW 4th Ave. '55 CHRYSLER New Yorker good OUT Trading i Sedan de Vine air conditioned.

I GUARANTEED used electric type 1963 Falcon.take over Small payments.down Will paymentand take condition FR 6-1481., fully equipped. $295. TROPICALPONTIAC Is i 1 I $1 5 95

older car in trade. Under guar I $2795
writers. Sales rental & repairsof CLEARANCE
antee. 372-0736) after 5 PM. 1963 MERCURY Colony Park ..
all office machines. wagon. full power factory air
CENTRAL BUSINESS MACHINE. 1962 VW. privately owned excel- new tires. 22.000 miles immaculate I '60 CHEVROLET
lent condition loaded with ex- condition. $2850. 1956 CHEV. 302 N.W. 8th Ave. Impala
901 NW 4th St. Ph. 372-5290 tras. Call 372.5151 after 5 PM. ROLET V-8 auto. Trans., me- FR 2-2583 COMPETITION I 60 CADILLAC hardtop! sedan V-..
power steering
chanically excellent. Best offer. Sedan air conditioned priced
73 Musical 1 MerchandiseMUST FOR SALE 1955 PONTIAC2dr. Phone 372-9896. __ SALE I to sell.

sell almost new Wurlitzer sedan. Call 3720384.ONLY '61 CADILLAC Sedan DeVIlIe white I $1295
all power and air. Low mileage $2195
piano. Retail price J79S. POOLECABLEMOTORS
miles this 1962
11.500 on perfect condition. new tires. Orig-
sacrafice for $500. can finance. four dr.. Simca sedan, fully inal owner. $2995. Call FR 2- IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I -
Phone Starke 964-4651. equipped. 0. H. WW. Call 376- 4678. '58 CHEVROLET
WILL transfer to responsible party 0086 after 5:30 PM. SHAW Sedan. V
59 runs OK.
console 55 DODGE-DART
choice of four spinet or DODGE Royal. 1956. autom. trans.
Pick of Wur and dependable. R & H. Call 376- Sedan air conditioned white
pianos. up payments new seat covers. 4 new tires I
litzer Spinet Piano. trade back. muffler good gas mileage. $325. 5552 after 5 weekdays. anytimeSat. TRUCKS '62 TEMPEST and light blue. $2 9 5
save $220. Wurlitzer Organ with Call 372-3692. & Sun. 119 SE 1st Ave. 372-4343 &
j sound & motion pick up payments
SUNBEAM Alpine excellent 62 CORVAIR 700 2 door coupe.
we have a piano to fit 60 4-dr. $1595
any decor. EARL'S PIANO CO., cond., one owner many extras. Sacrifice. $1025. 3762511. sedan clean as a 129 $ '
pin white finish
with 61
702 W. Unlv. Ave. 376-0031. Priced right. Call FR 67824. FOR THE CORRECT interior. Equippedwith maroon FALCONStation
wagon 6 ,
KEETER cylinder
Upright PRACTICE pianos PIANOS$95 and up CADILLAC 1955 red convertible Value Rated TIME heater & white walls. '57 CADILLAC dio & heater.

Used spinet pianos. $ 95 and up fully powered with new top. $200. Used Cars Fleetwood, a I r conditioned.
See at Tenneco Stat. corner
FR 2-1411 choice of two.
Used organs. $795 and up. $1095
S. Main & 4th Ave. _
Gainesville Shopping CenterFR '60 BONNEVILLE loaded, excel- Courtesy Of
lent condition. $1650. $795
25353. Phone 376-8687. Cadillac Oldsmobile University ChevroletN. Phone FR 6-5371 Deluxe 2-dr. sedan one of '61
SPINET Pianos (new) beginning at 2C01 NW 13th St. Main St. at 16th Ave. the sharpest cars in town. 1295
$ 95. Rebuilt small Grind' Piano 57 CHEVROLET Belair convertible Spring turquoise with Sedan V-8. automatic trans
$450. Also another truck load of I all power good condition. Leav matching Interior whitewalls '56 CADILLAC mission.
those fine factory rebuilt! pianos ing town must sell. Phone 376- radio & heater. Coupe de Ville air conditioned.
fully guaranteed arrived today. 2731. ,
We invite musical you visit us for all 61 VOLKSWAGEN radio. Beautiful 1965 ENGLISH FORD $1295 i

your blue. $1050. 2626 W. Univ. Ave. '61 FIAT $395
112 SE 1st Street FOR SALE OR TRADE 1962 Fair
lane Sports Coupe. In excellent '60 FORD
CLARINET for sale good condition CORTINA 1200 Spider Roadster. very
and assume pay-
condition. $250
3 yrs. old. $40. ments. Call FR 6-547 or can be clean with new top & light 1'295 62 OLDSMOBILE! st fo'nwagon. ,standard trans
PHONE 3761349.FREE I blue finish heater. For
seen at 1810 NW 6th St. 98 Holiday sedan air eondt)
sport car fun check this
Clarinet wood, cost $180. 61 Falcon 2-door. AT. R & H. WW one out. tioned. $795
Just buy $50 worth of Pop music. clean, trade, financing avail. Ph.
Call 372-0811) 372-3358.
PIANOS & ORGANS 59 Ford PS. AT. R&H 2-door Fair. '
NEW & USED lane 500. extra clean. priced right. '60 VALIANT4dr. 60 FORD
Back to school special sale on pi FR 2-3357. I 6 cylinder with standard shift.
anos. Exclusive dealer for See- 62 OLDSMOBILE
burg organs. sedan equipped with I
GAINESVILLE MUSIC CENTER 795 98 sedan air conditioned. $5 9 5
372-5421 1025 W. Univ. Ave. MELlONMOTORS standard trans., radio I Cruise Control.

VIOLIN full size good condition heater & white walls.
$45. Phone 3723117.
$2395 58 FORD
BUFFET B flat clarinet, lust
over-hauled in new case. $175. 2 door sedan. 6 cylinder.
Also R Malearne B flat clarinet. I 62 FALCON I
needs work; $50. 444-3237. Mica- '60 OLDSMOBILE

nopy. Double Checked I ,CRANE MOTOR CO. completely Ranchero equipped pickup truck with 1'395 98 tioned.Holiday sedan air condi $395 I

Automotive USED CARS 170 engine auto. trans..

63 BUICK 516 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-4251 &radio white, heater walls.padded Clean.dash $1495 Station 'wagon.57 FORD

Special 4 door sedan V6
'62 BUICK LeSabre 4 door
I standard transmission. blue. '
sedan automatic transmission 62 FORD $395
power steering power brakes. I $1895 60 OLDSMOBILE
Galaxie 500. 4-dr. sedan.chesnut
low radio miles.heater. air conditioned$2395 52 BUICK RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. finish with matchIng 88 Holiday sedan sharp.

Special deluxe. 4 door sedan. I vinyl Interior makes '61 CHRYSLER )
| one of the sharpest '62
MELTON MOTORS a I r conditioned. automatictransmissin.18a9i5' heater. Fords in town. Auto. 1795 $1295 Sedan air conditioned.

703 N. MAIN ST. FR 6-7571 I ANNOUNCES FOR THE FIRST TIME trans.&, power heater.steering, radio 590LDSMOBIL"E

..-.;- '62 BUICK $1495

98 Holiday sedan. sparkling _ _ -
GAINESVILLEAUTO LeSabre. 4 door sedan brakes power, air WE WILL SELL ALL NEW 1964 blue.
steering. power
62 PLYM. '
SALES conditioned radio heater automatic 62 CROWN

1007 N. Main St. transmission. sharp. Savoy 2dr. sedan. V-8 engine $1395 IMPERIALHardtop
Phone FR 2.6313 $2395 RAMBLERS standard trans., ra- 1395MOST sedan, air I conditioned. I

Northcentral Florida'sLargest '62 VALIANT! dio, heater white finish
I with blue Interior. '
I 2 door hardtop. standard 59 OLDSMOBILE $2995
!Jndependen! Dealer I transmission, radio heater. .t 88 hardtop coupe white and

$1295 gold.
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I,:w '62 SAAB $9 9 5 Station'61 wagon DODGE one owner
2 door sedan, heater. k DEALERS PAY clean.

I $995 : ;


9 .
wagon passenger 88 sedan air conditioned.

automatic heater. power transmission steering radio air .. WE SELL THEM FOR! '

conditioned. $695 59 PLYMOUTHStation
$1995 wagon power steering.

I 62 MERCURY' :: 1i. \:: $695
: Station wagon. 4 door full 60TDERBIRDConv. 58 OLDSMOBILE

power air conditioned. I' .. air conditioned i i ; 98 Convertible. '

$2095 I i."- ABOVE OUR COSTFINANCING power windows seats. '61 PLYMOUTH

64 VOLKSWAGEN LKSonvertible steering heater && brakes white; radio walls;,2095 $5 9 5 9 passenger model station power'wagon steering, deluxe ,

Deluxe. Microbus sunroof, with : radio heater. sharp aquamarine finish white.
top windows radio heater and $IC.95 with white top.
other accessories. Only 3.000 I 0" "F' '58 OLDSMOBILE $1295
miles like new. 50 BHP. FALCON ... ,
88. 2 door
: sedan.
$2695 2 door sedan sand. transmission I 60TDERBIRD I

'63 PONTIAC runs good. Coupe, air cond., power $395 '60 DODGE
$495 seats & windows. auto.
Hardtop sedan air conditioned.
Tempest LeMans. air conditioned 0 trans., heater. This
radio 219
white with 63 FALCON
red top. 4 I car Is in ,beautiful condition $795
speed transmission.
i 2 door sedan. standard transmission ; maroon with black 57 OLDSMOBILE
radio heater air
$1895 & white leather interior.
i' conditioned. .; i iI 88 sedan. air conditioned.


Ruby red clean. '60 OLDS '57 FORD $3 9 5 conditioned.New Yorker, hardtop coupe air

$1495 4 door sedan. power steering
brakes, radio, heater I $1095
power Fairlane 500 4-dr. sedan '
automatic transmission. with V-8. auto. trans., radio 57 OLDSMOBILE
Pearl white, radio. WSW extra $1195 heater black & white 88 hardtop coupe.
nice. finish. Clean. '
4 door sedan.' radio. heater. I $200 Catalina! hardtop sedan, air
61 VOLKSWAGEN automatic transmission. conditioned.
\ I 57 BUICKSpecial
Beryl green. radio. $795 $3295
P I Available on all New & Executive '63 BUICK
$995 '60 BUICK \ Driven 1964 Ramblers. 4-dr. sedan with
V-8. auto trans. power LeSabre station wagon air con
2 door sedan. automatic transmission I steering & brakes radio 475 ditioned.
power steering pow- : F ONLY FIVE & heater. Blue & Ivory 63 'RAMBLER
green clean. er brakes. 35.000 miles. I i EXECUTIVE DRIVEN with white walls. 550 sedan. automatic transmission
$1095 $1195 I RAMBLERS $3 19 5 low mileage very sharp.

59 VOLKSWAGENSunroof. 56 BUICK I $1695
radio, heater, I I LEFT 4 WITH 60 PONTIACCatalina
J radio. heaters, black. 4 door hardtop AIR CONDITIONING BUICK
air conditioned 4-dr, hardtop. 59
$895 $395 I II I Sharp maroon with white Hardtop, coupe air conditioned. '62 VOLVO ,

'64 VOLKSWAGEN I I II top & matching interior 1495 122S 4 door sedan, air con/Io
58 LINCOLN ALL USED CAR PRICES SLASHEDWE power steering & brakes $995 tioned.
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By NIS NISSEN tion with the Chicago .Bears, eral other SEC; backs. j tracted to this All -, America.-expected to rearrange theItop t

Sun Assistant ,Sports Editor could amass only 1,163 yardsin Like Auburn's's quarterback} business, too.* :?$?T Jfc&v! positions.
Down through the three seasons of work.
Jimmy Sidle who made All- # Jv
J numerous Florida Ga- America last and Now, let's get back to f"the.'trecords '.-. Dupree reported to practice .
A Four Seasons *
ww"S tors have run and passed the halfback Jackie bruising halfback T u c ker a minute. Dupre also j| last month at his peak j
s S xw football in exciting fash- Frederickson. And Alabama has a shot at the career weight of 195 pounds and
ion, good enough for superior Simpson romped freely for quarterback Joe Namath,' total offense record in Gator- appeared ready for a blaze
fonir and'could
years up land but his top oppositionwill
ratings. in his Gator finale.
of glory
rio more than 1,310 yards. Mississippi State fullb a c k
come from teammate He is ticketed to play both I
Fellows like Chuck Hun- Playboy magazine. supported Hoyle Granger, Kentucky Shannon.
singer, Rick Casares, H a y- Florida's claims by halfback Rodger Bird, Ole Tommy halfback and fullback which

\ wood Sullivan and Jackie naming Dupree to its pre- Miss quarterback Jimmy Shannon has 1,551 yards was the way he performedhis

I I' y Simpson made Gator history season All-America team. Weatherly and LSU halfbackJoe from the past two seasons, sophomore year. .
with their daring backfield But the hard-running sen- Abruzzo. compared to the record of 2- It'll be hard to stop Larry 1

4 antics. ior will have competition of They're all pretty fair coun- 133 held by Tommy Harrison. Dupree from going all the 1

But they all fell short of the highest caliber from sev-, try ball players who!, are at- One, or possibly both, is way. 'I
the most elusive of grid goals.
None was named to an All- 4 j'
; ,America team., : =ROUGH TASK FOR BAILEY* .
: L '"'Yy9r ry9. Coaches, writers and fans I

t :cSS/: S :J : who forces have the watched past two Florida's seasons I I rrCRITIC4L; YEAR FACES TAMPA ;

think it all may change this ,
time around. -
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i TAKE THIS BALL AND KEEP' uP 'THE GOOD WORK Excellent Chance Sports Editor that average 'attendance was lightening like halfback from Galmin, Dan Riveiro and Dan I

: Coach Ray Graves and Larry Dupree Discuss Coming Season I If Larry Dupree has an ex- The Tampa Times around 5,000 fir TU ,home I Orlando, is a constant breakaway Cogan.
cellent chance to become the TAMPA Picture some freckle games and said it was::*too threat. Wildwood's Larry
f .' first All-America back' in UF laced little kid in bare feet large a financial burden. Maier is fast and likes it tough. Bailey will be banking on his 4
history. take crack at But TU alumni quickly came newcomers to bolster a defi-
set to a '
South getting is that'll in the line.
Will Season Passing a sore spot
Open The 5-11, 195-pound block- the '120-yard high hurdles in the to the rescue, promising to dig cency i
have to be'jroned out, for Tam- Meanwhile, the Spartans fig- !
buster was a unanimous All- Olympic Games, and you've got up financial help somewhere,
Southeastern Conference selection idea of what faces the Uni- somehow if Dr. Delo would pa is unlikely to be able to run ure their football season began t
With Complexion ChangeBy the past two years to versity an of Tampa this fall. let football stay alive. He did, over the;likes of Ole Miss and many months ago when the ?
give reason for all this pre- The and then several months later Memphis State. Letterman Val school president granted them I
.. But don't laugh. Spartansare Johnson is the best bet and least
season confidence.His 70 of Tampa's most influential at one year's reprieve.
hard to stick foot
trying so a .
FURMAN BISHER.. brought to a head the scholar- flying cleats churnedup in football's front door that they businessmen chartered the first .. -,;;.' ..
Sports Editor ,. ship issue. On the face of it turf at such a prolific rate just might knock over a hurdleor Spartan Boosters Inc. *.: t.

Atlanta Journal .. ..1 Georgia Tech quit the conference that Dupree already is the two in the confusion. "(My boosters club," says ex- Let's Play.[
ATLANTA For the first because the membership second leading rusher to The hurdles are Ole Miss, coach Pancoast, "consisted of 1
time in many seasons actually refused to budge in its position ever wear the UF Orange and I Memphis State, my wife and my three little
since the division otthe I On the newspaper and com- establishing a 140 limit on athletic Blue. Virginia Tech girls.") I f' S-
1 Southern Conference into the munications side, where opin- scholarships. He's second only to Hun- and several So now it's up to the new .. :
Atlantic Coast Conference -the I ion is formed and expressed, However, this was merelythe singer whose career record other lesser ;;'Yt>>'m: k' :" .. I I q ,. ..- .

South opens its football seasonon there went the conference's breaking point. Tech's un- stands at 2,017 yards. heavy we ights : :. 'm 1 'l[ ,
Sept. 19 with a decided favorite victim. Those with happiness with the conferencehad Tampa has !l'T' :" .s'-, '"' a"n" 'sa.l1m""B''w" '-' j j41G
change in its complexion.The the tongue of the viper and the been building up for several CompromiseDupree f/'W'\J head 'lJOtlO-1
Southeastern needs only a com- scheduled this :--... /ir.t looks at 1964 TlTs momentof
Conferenceis bite of the scorpion have taken seasons, having to do gen- ;>: as
reduced to the number of 11 great delight in taking aim on erally with spineless sdmini- promise between his sopho- football season .f truth. "We've had a lot of '
in membership, the Georgia Tech with their attacks. stration. Now, with integrationon more and junior seasons this following a pe- .fit.. 'what we called 'critical' yearsat :
Tech adds to the growing pres- the horizon and the pros- fall to topple the mark. He riod of several, .. Tampa," he says, "but none II
tige of the independent Georgia Tech never appeared pect that major league profes- led SEC ball carriers two months last as critical as this. We had to Gfl'ors
This is the first change in to suffer from these tirades -sional football would soon years ago with 613 yards and year when it Hemphill schedule teams like these to FOOTBALL . .
SEC lineup since 1940, when es; the contrary, it grewin move into Atlanta's new municipal then picked up steam last looked like football would be help our home attendance, and
University of the South politely stature season after season. stadium, Georgia Tech season for 745 yards. dropped at the small ((1,600 students -somehow we've got to knock offa II
excused itself. This was a di- I felt that it had to protect its That's a two-year total of ) school near downtown couple of 'em." I'Chelft
The individual loss of Geor- FALL . . .
vorcement of mutual consent, in ,own position on a national lev- 1,358, leaving 660 yards be- Tampa. To do it, Bailey went out .
reality a reliefto gia Tech itself was not rearlyso el and with its alumni. tween the Macclenny flash That was after TU had finished and recruited several players
morale of I
to the
the ambitiour damaging and King of the Hill honors. the '63 campaign with a 4-5-1 from junior .colleges and from GEORGE E.
the conference as was the at- I Break ConferenceIt
conference.Se AVt mosphere established by the was felt that integration The great Casares, a 220- record under coach Fred Pan- four year schools like Hardin-
waneehad b withdrawal. It scarred .the image -might shortly break the con- pound bull of a.fullback who coast, now an assistant coach at Simmons which dropped foot- FUEL'f

never won since a of the SEC around the na ference wide open. Mississippi, later gained. All-Pro recogni- Florida. Dr. David Delo, presi- ball after last fall. / ;
game Tech's decisionnot The backfield, where nine of
the conference tion. Georgia Alabama and Louisiana qould ,
off from to continue its membershipin be the last three states to accept the returning 20 lettermen are
the Southern the conference gave those in it, and making such a New Chiefland Stadium I located, appears to be TU's i/

I Conf e rence in distant areas the impression stand, would .place six conference Tampa Schedule

1933, ancon d was -""" ..----- something was wrong inside members in an untenable Will Rival Any in Area Date Opponent Site I
BISHER the house. position.
side r a b 1 y Sept. 12 Jacksonville (Ala.)
out of its football class. There are no weapons in the
Racial IntegrationAlso State There
CHIEFLAND Chiefland hopes ers for our visitor's section
With Georgia Tech, however, there were inferencesthat South professional with which, It fight incoming off to have a municipal stadium Germany said.Germany Sept. 19 Virginia Tech (VPI) (ESSO j i
brand of hem- -
this was a new this was the first crack in ready this season which will rival < % TampaOct.
lock. When Tech exercised its could lead forst to Atlanta and New said the stadium
a development school football fieldin 3 Memphis TampaOct.
J right of secession, the rest of to the general breakup of the rleans. It already operates on this any including Citizen's would have room for temporary 10 McNeese State TampaOct. KEROSENE and HEATING OIL
the SEC took it as a personal institutional league. For several -a minor league basis in sever- bleachers with ''up to 900 seat 17 Southwestern
Field in Gainesville.
affront. It created more controversy the SEC'had been al Southern cities, including ing capacity, making it capableof There
than the whole up- quibbling years over scholarships, Atlanta and Jacksonville, two Guy Germany, Chiefland principal holding up to 2,400 specta- Louisiana I Low Price!
Atlantic strongholds of the colleges. said the field was to be Oct. 24 Presbyterian TampaOct.
in which the
heaval academic stand a r d s, ethics tors.
With its independence, Georgia -seeded with the same type of 31 Northeastern
Coast Conference engineeredits ([both on and off the field) and Fast !
"We hope to have it ready for Louisiana There Delivery
removal from the Southern. Tech is now able lo spiceup grass the University of Florida
and stu-
flabby administration, its schedule with more used for its football field. the first home game with New- Nov. 7 Mississippi There
Aim At Tech diously avoiding open discus- appealing national opponents.This "The home stands will be si- berry Sept. 25,': Germany said. Nov. 14 Wofford Tampa
sion of explosive issue yet
There were reasons. The an not only gives Tech a lever miliar to the home stands at The stadium will be named Nov. 21 Western Caroliona
SEC felt that Georgia Tech to be faced field.- racial. integration of competition against the Citizen's Field and will seat for Wayne Pridgeon, a former TampaAll CALL 372-3383 Y
was reflecting on its characterand on professionals, but also makesa approximately 1,600. We also Chiefland grid great who w a skilled ( home games at night, Yt
policies by withdi awing. Georgia Tech's withdrawal weekend of football in At- I plan to use temporary bleach- in an accident last year. Phillips Field, Tampa.)

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Southeastern Conference . .r . Page 5 of independence, main-
Southwest Conference. . . . Page 6 ly due to the benefits derived
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Big Eight Mo. Valley. . time, University of Miami
Atlantic Coast Southern. . . . Page 7 .
longed for SEC membership.Since smaller bottles but three
West Coast. . . . . . Page 12 'I television came along, same as king-size give servings,
Rocky Mountain . . .'. . Page 18
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EXPECTED TO LEAD FLORIDA FORCES-(L-R) Kicking Specialist Hal Seymour, Linebacking Demon Jack Card, Seasoned Quarterback Tom Shannon and Rugged Tackle Larry Gagner

Gator Quantities Known, Perils Everywhere

By JOE HALBERSTEIN tabbed as ,one of the nation's top 20 leading 'men at the posi- and mean one. The Tide merely outcharges and outfights everyone -
Sun Sports Editor tion this year and the guiding force in three of the school'sall except last year's UF gang. Tackle Dan Kearly, center -

When man soars aloft from Cape Kennedy for his first time top triumphs Auburn and Penn State in 1962, 'SEC'S TOUGHEST Paul Crane, tackle Jim Simmons, guard Wayne Free-

1 trip to the moon, it is to be expected the journey will be one Alabama in 1963. man and end Charley Stephens, are top players.

of unknown quantities and perils.
In center Roger Pettee, if all his hurts are behind him, the SCHEDULE' Ready for UF

When the University of Florida football team leaves the UF has a defensive linebacker of the stature that keeps the ,

launching pad Sept. 19, for the 1964 season, the situation pro teams ever ready with a bonus check.,At 6-4, 215 pounds Sept. 19 SMU Florida Field 1:30 Alabama.. "rated" foe of 1964 is Florida in the sixth

will be different. The quantities are known, the perils are with speed and agility, Pettee's presence is paramount for Sept. 26 Miss. State Jackson 8:00 game. 'After the UF already has waded through SMU: Mis-

everywhere.Coach the UF or. defense this fall. Oct. 3 LSU Baton Rouge 8:00 sissippi State, LSU and Ole Miss. 'Bama should be unbeaten,

Ray Graves' Gators have a lot going for them this In halfbacks Allen Trammell and Jack Harper, the UF has Oct. 10 Ole Miss Florida Field 2OGOct. well-rested and ready for the UF.

fall. Some of the finest individual football players ever to running and pass receiving skill of superior quality and per- 17 So. Carolina Florida Field 2:00 Auburn Coach Ralph (Shug) Jordan's crew looked the

wear the garb of the Orange and Blue. Some of the finest haps, this season, the ability to put it to use to take'the best team the Gators lost to a year ago. They're loaded this

sophomore talent ever to raise hopes in the collective breastsof pressure off Dupree, a marked man in every game last,year. ( Homecoming) season with more of everything but they couldn't impress

die hard UF fans who have been looking forward to and
pre-season selectors who didn't go for last year's 9-1
In sophomore quarterback Steve Spurrier the UF has tomorrow's Oct. 24 Alabama Tuscaloosa 2:00
"next for or so it seems. Some of. the finest wins and
year" eons, over Alabama Georgia Tech.
potential that be delivered today, if needed.
may Oct. 31 Auburn Florida Field 2:00
coaches anywhere, newly added to the staff, to impart -
young Although Spurrier has yet to play his first second of varsity Gator Bowl 2:00 Auburn has Jim-
their knowledge and skills to the overall picture.But Nov. .Georgia But the Gators know what they're in for.
football, he has impressed all who have seen him with his Nov. 21 FSU Tallahassee 2:00 my Sidle, Tucker Frederickson and Mickey Sutton as stand-

just as rapidly as an observer is tempted to catapult all around ability and savvy. Nov. 28 Miami Florida Field 2:00 outs in the backfield. But if Gerald Gross has gotten over

"way out" and reach for the moon with an optimistic fore- In kicker Hal Seymour the UF has an extra ace that may injuries, the fans may be talking about a new Auburn star.
cast of things to come, there's always another look at the Sidle is one of the country's top prospects at 6-4 and 230
be .
decisive card in situations in
a key important
games.Seymour's Fine back Ode Burrell is but great linebacker Pat Wat-
schedule, most fearsome to be faced by any team in the gone pounds (his summer height and weight while vacationing at
punting, by the end of the 1963 campaign was as
tests son, moved from guard to center, is on hand to lead a strong
Southeastern Conference and one of the ruggedest any Panama City recently). He runs great, adequatelyand
fine as anyone's in the nation. The Starke contribution to the forewall play. Fullback Hoyle Granger is expected to im- passes
major football club in the nation will look at in 1964. beats with desire and leadership. Frederickson is
UF forces be the "new" chandler Green and the you
may or prove and Don Edwards is said a capable find to take Sonny
the in the SEC for this
probably pro's top pick
Six of the first seven opponents were bowl teams a season old ones were plenty adequate. Fisher's spot at quarterback. Macclenny's Marcus Rhoden, year.

ago. The last three are deadly rivals who take a determinedaim a :9.7 flyer in the 100-yard dash, looms as Burrell's image.State's And Auburn's line is chock full of strength with Mike

at the Gators. And sandwiched in the*middle is a new- To Be Heard From, Helms, Bucky Waid, ends; Jack Thornton, Bob Walton,
real strength is in its brilliant first line. Justin
comer to the schedule, a team that will be intent on boosting tackles; Wayne Burns and Don Heller, guards; Mike Alford,
Canale the whose field in the seconds
gent goal try waning
the prowess of its own conference in battle with the Gatorsof There are many more, Gators who are going to be heard center, with former Orlando Boone ace Bill Cody taking over
almost clicked to beat the Gators (the two teams tied 9-9 a
the SEC. from. Guard Bill Richbourg, a real,muscleman and steady at at linebacker.This .
year ago), forms a tough guard duo with Hilton Ball. Tommy
his post; tackle Larry Gagner, a tower of strength since
Neville and Grady Bolton are the tackles with Bill McGuireand is a superior football team. It will be heard from in
making the switch in from end tackle John What-
Opposition position ;
Top-Flight Jimbo Lane at ends. This seven stopped ,Ole Miss, on the 1964 and the news won't come quietly, either.
ley, a shining light if his knee, operated on after an injury
one yard line four downs. A neat trick in any league, let
Never has Florida been called on to open the season last spring, responds; guard Larry Beckman, a determined' alone the classy Rebels. Georgia A new coach, Vince Dooley; new outlook and

against such top flight opposition as Southern Methodist, player last year; linebacker Jack Card, a little shopomorewho new hope mark the Bulldogs of 1964. With all the inter-

Mississippi State, Louisiana State and Mississippi-in order. could be -'a tremendous surprise; center Gary Cliett. fast LSU a year ago the Gators thought they were fortunate family hassle (Butts and Griffith) out of the way, normality

-developer on offense; tackle Sydney MacLean, perhaps one Homecoming.. They were a hot club, fresh from wins over should return at Athens. But it's a long road building way
Never has a Gator team been put in a position of playingtop of the most under rated but most efficient lineman on ,the 'Bama and Vandy. LSU was without quarterback Pat Screen, back to the top (as in 1959, an SEC title).

ranked SEC teams such as LSU and Ole Miss back-to- team; Dick Kirk, the game breaker against Alabama; and a great find as a sophomore until he was laid low for the

back and follow with Alabama and Auburn back-to-back, ,ain Alan Ppe, the specialist in star performances in night season by a shoulder separation. It wound up 14-0 for LSU. The Bulldogs have some fine cards to deal. Pass catchingend

the space of five weeks. games; Kenny Russell, the defensive back of all purpose; Now Screen is back along with speedster Joe Labruzzo, full- Pat Hogdsdon, tackle Ray Rissmiller, halfback Fred

South Carolina breaks up the "big four" of the confer and sophomore hopefuls Marquis Baeszler, Graham McKeel backDon Schwab, the pile driver who scored twice againstthe Barber, fullback Frank Lankewicz, if his knee is healed;

Then there's the windup with Georgia, Florida State and John Feiber, all possessed of superior talent which only UF in 1963; guard Remi Prudhomme, end Doug Moreau, they're the 'Dogs best.Georgia .
ence. has to blossom. tackles George Rice and Ernie Maggiore and Ruffin Rod-
and Miami.As .
rigue, center, give LSU the meat and potatoes strength any 'Sticky9Of
itself state rival FSU must The Gators return 25 lettermen all told. But the No. 1 prob- .
awesome as is the schedule standout team needs up front.
be met in its own backyard (for the first time) at Doak lem, as Graves and his aides see it, is-depth to meet the late, Georgia has been "sticky" for the UF whether up
Stadium in Tallahassee.And rigors of such a taxing schedule and to shore up holes that LSU generally is rated right behind Ole Miss in the bid or down as is to be expected in a battle of natural rivals.

Campbell will result from the inevitable injuries.To for the SEC title. And since the Rebs are touted No. 1 in the This one, at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, will pack the

there are trips to the den of the LSU Tigers in Baton nation, that makes The Bengals mean, too. place once again. .
see why, let's take a look at the opposition.
well a
be as
Rouge, where 65,000 fans have to whipped as
pack of snarling (and capable) Bayou Bengals, to Tuscaloosa Southern Methodist Coach Hayden Fry's crew scored All-Time Great FSU It's TallyHo to Tallahassee for the big one with

Ala., where revenge (the UF won 10-6 a year ago) is surprise victories over_Air Force and Navy, back to back, those ever whooping Seminoles. The game will be at
Crimson Tide and its coach, Paul Unless takes enlarged 40,700 seating Doak Campbell Stadium for the
uppermost for Alabama's last year, spilled perennial toughie Arkansas and came within Mississippi nearly everybody's forecasting
((Bear) Bryant, who can't stand to lose anywhere, let alone at a touchdown of topping national champion Texas. and election year dive reminiscent of Literary Digest's pickof first time. Should FSU score its first win ever in the series
home. All Landon in 1936, Coach Johnny Vaught's crew may be with the hated (by FSU) Gators in the first game at the

The Mustangs have 23 lettermen back plus newcomers one of the all time fine college football clubs. state capital, it's quite possible the berserk FSU fans might
Not to mention the jaunt to Jackson, Miss., a beleagueredcity from the best freshmen team (they handed Texas' frosh the reduce the new stadium to rubble, seat by seat, in the ensu-

that jumps the traces in the fall with support for Mis- first loss in five years) in the Southwest Conference. Flashy You name it, Ole Miss has it. Experience, size, depth, ing celebration.

sissippi State, the new darling of the Magnolias. Try to halfback John Roderick hit an academic roadblock but national speed, tradition -what else does a team need? Coach Bill Peterson has his best material ever but it's the

r ignore it i if( you can, but wins over Auburn and LSU, a tie punting champion Danny Thomas is on hand plus end same story of a tough schedule, too. Quarterback Steve
Ole Miss has stars in guard Stan Hindmanand
with Mississippi and a one-point loss to Alabama, all in the Mike Tabor, a stellar performer. SMU figures to be more genuine super Tensi, a fine passer, ,could return to his sophomore form
end Allen Brown. Toss in quarterback Joe Weatherlyand
final four weeks of the season, stand as stark reminder that robust and have more depth. and throw foes into a quandry. Ed Pritchett, a better run-
perhaps fullback Frank Kinard, son of coach "Bruiser,
the Bulldogs will pack a bite. ner, looked real tough in the latter stages of the 1963 season
an all-time Ole Miss great, for four shining lights.
D arkl gorse. Team and he may get the nod.

Come To Relish After that, one can start name dropping with the Rebs. FSU has a lot of moxie going for it along with fine pass-

The Mustangs played Oregon in the Sun Bowl last year They're all better than good. Ends Joe Pettey, tackles Bo catcher Fred Biletnikoff at halfback, Joe Petko, a speedsterat
All is not despair, though. The Gators go into 1964 in the and are rated a darkhorse team in the SWC. Aldridge and Jim Harvey, guard Bobby Robinson and touted the other half; soph Lee Narremore, fullback; and the

role they have come to relish. Figured somewhere"for mid- center Charley Simmons out of service ,and already draftedby likes of Don Floyd and Bill Dawson, ends; Del Williams and
way in the standings, Florida is tabbed a "spoiler. And.ev. Mississippi State -' The Bulldogs fooled everyone last year both pro leagues. Tom West tackles: Bill McDowell and Dick Herman, line-

ery time the "experts" and the fans expect little or nothing and plan to keep right on although all foes will be wary. backers; and Jack Edwards, center, are fine, proven play
from the Gators, as the lovely lady sings on television, they There's a good side to all the raves about Ole

generally get a lot to like. Miss. They're playing the, Gators at Florida Field. That ers.FSU's big drawback of recent years has been lack of a
should stack 'em in right up to the level of the victory bell
Peterson thinks he'll find in 1964. And if
Nevermore than in 1964 will those big bugaboos of previous power runner. one
UF football teams (who have flopped) have to be factors 5- -5 -5- 4S 's S 5 'at }: in the light tower on,the west side. he does, FSU will be swinging a sharp tomahawk.

put in place from the first day of drills (last week to be ,.: $ rkb South Carolina The Gamecocks are new to the UF slate Miami The Matador is gone but there should be new

exact) until the final horn sounds on Nov. 28. this year. They won only one game in 10 last fall and that magic over Miami with new coach Charlie Tate replacing

leaves one direction to go UP. Warning. Five of the de- Andy Gustafson. Tate will switch the 'Canes front freewheeling -

They are conditioning and morale.If feats were by a touchdown or less. Coach Marvin Bass' club offense to die-hard defense.
the ,Gators are ready to play ball, both physically and has to be better and is with Deacon Dan Reeves healed Ones HandMiami

mentally, the new grid campaign can be one to delight the f from injuries and back in the backfield at quarterback.AllSenior Good on
sourest UF rooter. ArrayFullback has some good ones on hand although just who is

Let's face the facts. uncertain. The half-dozen gridders who were tossed out of

Pete DiVenere and halfbacks Marty Rosen and school for cheating on exams last spring never have had
In fullback Larry Dupree, the UF has a two-time All- Fy a X.C. : t
Larry Gill present an all-senior along with Reeves. their names told.
who will bid to be the first
Conference star
Southeastern # % The Gamecocks have the biggest front wall to show off in Still, there's such as halfback Russell Smith, a dandy one;
Gator back ever to make All-America. A brilliant runner, e. tC dj the Atlantic Coast Conference. Steve Cox, 6-4 and 250; and Pete Banaszak, a hard runner at fullback; Bob Biletnikoff, .

blocker and team player, Dupree also is the 1964 captain.He Len Sears, 6-5, 235, are giants at tackle. Jim Johnson and brother of FSU's Fred, the soph quarterback taking over

has the opportunity to impart his feel for the game to the : Ed Hertwig are 230 and 220'at guard. Jon Linder, 215, is a (he can throw), and either Bob Earth or Jack Sims as the
of the UF squad with leadership.In .
( remainder junior center while the flanks are J. R. Wilburn and Doug flanking back.

tackle Dennis Murphy, the UF has a "big" man up Seater of John Breenden. A note: Bill Dickens, son of In- Familiar names up front are John Matlock, Tony Saladino, .

front, an All-America candidate who should anchor a stand- diana coach Phil Dickens, is a candidate at end and a fine Harry Fersch, Ed Weisacosky, Fred Brown, Bob Brown. But
Miami's weakness is its interior line. No depth from tackleto
out No. line. prospect.
This' is the Gators' Homecoming and it will be a festive center. This could be fatal early in the year when the

In end Barry Brown, the UF has a rough, tough flanker affair which will become more so with a UF triumph. 'Canes meet tough foes FSU, Georgia Tech, California, Indiana

I who can give more than he takes, who may develop into a Alabama About the best thing that can be said here is and Pittsburgh. .

glue fingered pass receiver and whose potential for overall that-the Gators better not still be basking in the warm glowof Rest assured, when the 'Canes close out with the Gators .

stardom is unlimited.TicoWay the 1963 upset over the Crimson Tide. Alabama has been they'll be ready.Miami always is.

:Spoiling for revenge almost from the first moment, after the From all that has gone before, it's time for the won-loss .

TalentIn final gun a season ago. Every coach and team member has look at the Gators. It's considered somewhat important in..

r.y set his sights on the UF. The game is Homecoming for the these parts that make up Gatorland, namely almost the entire :
safetyman Bruce Bennett,' the Gators have tremendous ; Deluxe Center Tide. state. .

two-way talent that may come to the fore this season as the f And 'Bama has the capacity to roll with Joe Namath, at Make no mistake about it. This Florida team has the po- :
Valdosta school All America gets a chance on Roger Pettee is expected IGbut what lot of bounces it would.
ex high -. quarterback for a ,senior year, rugged Ray Ogden and flashy tential to go ) a good
Bennett picked off :six pasSes last season, includingan to be one of Florida'soutstanding such. reasonable and realistic
offense. Hudson Harris, standout runners. Steve Sloan, the quarterback need to accomplish Being ,,:
early one for a score against Georgia to help the Gators ; linemen this who took over when Namath was suspended by Bryant 6-4 looks closer to normal, 8-2 perhaps the best; 4-5-1 the'.
season, specializing in -
snap a losing streak.In'"quarterback and guided the Sugar Bowl upset win over Ole Miss, will worst. '

t i Tom Shannon, oftenunfairly- and much ferocious linebacking. spell Namath. That's double trouble. If _it appears there are top many "ifsH in all that, the 1961.:

maligned by disgruntled rooters, the UF has a signal caller 'Bama again will present a small line but an agile, fast Gator football season promises to be the same way. .

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JT:: By. BILL McGROTHA FSU's great hope of scor- all. Foes would lay back 15 pounds heavier at 185. \

Sports. Editor ing rests almost exclusivelyon Florida Stale and wait for Tensi's throws. He's a speeedster and he 4.' rf

'.. Tallahassee Democrat the rather skinny shouldersof That, essentially, is what came to play. The book on
TALLAHASSEE There is two tall Quarterbacks.. happened to Tensi last sea- him reads, at the moment, I
this about Florida State's ro Possibly Tensi in maybe and son, following a brilliant about like this: he'll be a
.1.::. football team: It may not be. the r e aren't when you get two touch- start. Opponents "gave" good one but he's probablya R '

'-_ obliged to go against any two better downs behind, or in the last FSU what meager running year away. :

r team this season with a bet- quarterbac k s minutes when you're one game it could muster while There's Joe Petko, a 185 4 ,

ter line that it has. alt; on one teamin down. ganging up against the pass- pound junior, short ((5-9)) and *
There is also this about the South Faced ChallengeBut very strong. He has a chance,
Florida State's football team: fans don't coach. halfbacks
:. it may be obliged to go < 3 i Pritchett and And FSU coaches know that fullbacks running at all? or too.And that's just about it, as ;r .'.avM. a dab s? f I

I against EVERY team this' 6-5 Steve Ten- Tensi looked better than .Well, possibly. But the far as halfbacks go. Oh, thereare :

N', season with running backs in- Si.Pritchett's Pritchett in spring practice: odds are long. others. .young ones, < r s ill!

=":: ferior to those on the other McGrothfl a Tensi!, as a matter of fact, Best bet seems to be Phil but almost certamly they .,1y :i ii "j

:': side. runner and looked much better than he Spooner, a junior who sat out are a year away, and may- i Jj
I "How" said one player last Tensi's a passer. And whichone ever had as he faced t the last season with a kidney in- be further than that. 2 t

I, spring in a burst of exuber- will FSU go with? challenge of Pritchett, with jury. He weights 170. He hasa Fullbacks? Howard Ehler, : ,. ''r

:::... 'ance "is anybody going to Probably with both. intense grit.Coach chance, if. he can stay in 193, and Lee Narram 0 r e,
..--score on us?" Dominant se ntiment Bill Peterson has to one piece. 206. Ehler's a junior with a .&R,. : yR:

=1 You could almost hear the among FSU fans seems to figure however, that without Speedster smattering of experie n ce Y I t

echo: "How are we ,going to run something like this: ((1)) Pritchett in there he may There's Larry: Green. up Narramore's a sophom ore
I I --...-.e- on anybody?" go with Pritchett ((2)) put have no running threat at from the freshmen team and who came on fast near the ;gr
x end of spring drills.
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full, but who, then, would Steve Tensi (L) Likes To Throw, So Does Ed Pritchett j
'J" they play at halfback? I

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good junior college grad who
;w :4 would solve the fullback FLORIDA A&M LOADED ;

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t. i- x T3. Can FSU's line really be By BILL McGROTHA I I amian, Is the quarterback, and is solid. Ends, overall,

: H. CpX t that good? TALLAHASSEE At Florida a smooth one to guide the heavy may be better than last year I

Defensively, yes. Offensively A&M they don't put a great dealof stress on the running game. though Alfred Denson, an excep- I

/1 maybe. stress on that old separatingthemenfromtheboys I II IA& I will pass sparingly; it tional type, has graduated and t

/ : .. Dick Hermann a senior I p r a c-!nearly always passes sparingly. will be missed. Gaither says :j

:.,. ""Jff. :>. .' sv :F rk guard, is often a devastating I tice philosophy. i iI : Big Tackles guards are inexperienced, de- I ;
I ) linebacker. And-you know When it spite the presence of five sen-
'J comes to football, t
what? Jack Shinholser, a i There are three tackles who
4 t) I A&M just doesn't mess around I iors and several 240pounders."We'll ,ii
junior, may be better than he! go in excess of 260 pounds.
::; Neither is enormous physi- with those boys. There are no tackles, among have a speedy back- ,
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: Iy. f cally, each going about 200. at roster of nine on the roster, who weighin field," sums up Gaither, "and a
There are other solid guards 58 players tells the story. at less than 220, stand less line that is the biggest we've
Many are 22 and 23. Forty- than "
around, too.Tackles 62. ever had.
five have seen their 20th birth-
led by Avery I I
; Sumner 228, and Frank Pen- day come and go. Only 13 are

nie, 245-are fine ones. Thereis I 19 or 18. I
I a'osx'Ytx experienced depth, plus The line from end to end,, You're Bound To I

; Del Williams, 233, far and averages 235 pounds per man. :

r... away the best of sophomore A roster study discloses a lit-
... tle, more on how A&M does it.
i Yll linemen. :i LIKE US! \
;: FSU's best i
Ends are ever Same Place
________._ Daw-
n ---- --- no buts about it. Bill
Coach Jake Gaither does it I
PHIL SPOONER (L) ONE OF TOP PERFORMERS AT HALFBACK FOR TRIBE son, 6-3, 221, is the notableone. much like Coach Ray Graves of
Tackle Avery Sumner (R) Leads Host of Top-Flight Linemen at Tackle SpotAT There are several inter- Florida. When Gaither goes out I! We know the ropes I ,

I I .. esting, experienced good hunting for players, he goes] when it comes to !I It
ones Max Wetts t e in,
first to the same place Graves I

TRIBE HOME Don Cliff Gunter.Floyd, John Wachtel, does. That would be Miami. I. CLEANING I)

You could call this year's.crew
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Jack Edwards, a senior 6-
the Miami Rattlers.
1, 212, could be outstanding, Eighteen of the 58, including: I If dry cleaning prob- I
/ Gators All Over Place depending mainly, it would
10 backs, are from Miami. Several -i
appear, on whether he comes I more are from the Miami! lems have you all
to play. Depth, hopefully, is I

I By BILL McGROTHA crat does. I service if you would get on that two years ago: "I drove the 30 adequate at this position. area.. ,'' tied up, let us set you ;
II TALLAHASSEE That frost 1 When he came here 11 years first Cape Kennedy rocket to miles over to Gainesville, and Usually in the figuring I you come Adding up with the subtracting same old, free. We make sure t'T
the moon") and call I drove the 900 miles back." that FSU's line nta"ybe: as J' j
they on
IIr 1 will be on the pumpkin, and ago the departing sports edi- '64 I two-and-two at A&M.. Another;i
good as opponent's, '
most of the hay will be in the tor gave him one parting pieceof the telephone ("get off our For the record, it's 140 miles, one exception any is made. That I fine football team. It might lose spots and stains come ,

barn come Nov. 21 when Flor-] advice as he moved on to backs, you idiot!"). give or take a couple.of detours.It would be the University of one game, or it might not. I clean return a

ida's capital city will have its greener pasture: treat Florida His worst day came when his is not true that Haydon Florida. Fastest Human every

biggest population ever. kindly, for there are a lot of collie bit a postman. The post- Burns, shortly after winning the The other opponents, in or- Robert Hayes, the world's: garment fresh and
It's Gators around here: .man sued. Democratic gubernatorial nomination TCU New Mexico I I j
Tallahassee is a paradox. I der: Miami, fastest human at 60, 70 and 100!
__ the home of the Seminoles, but Teeth Marks He was obliged to hire a Flor- attempted to corner the State, Kentucky Geor- yards, will do most of his running sparkling, cleaned I j t l land i

the joint is crawling with Ga- The sports editor pretty well ida graduate as a lawyer; there market on tickets to the game.It gia, Virginia Tech, South- this season in Japan, with,: pressed to

tors the year round. ignored it and now he has are no other kind in town. The is true that Mr. Burns fileda ern Mississippi-, Houston., N. the U. S. Olympic team. Halfback : per- -- -
Everybody doesn't realize teeth marks all over him. judge was a Florida graduate; rather liberal request for tick- C. State. Hayes might bearound* for,I fection. We're fast, Cold Storage

I, that fact as well as the sports They write him letters ("you there are no other kind in town. ets.So A 6-4. record would be a A&M's last two or three games.! .
I j editor of the Tallahassee DemoPassing would be doing all of us a great They wrote about it in the you might try Haydon if reasonable one. Football is his first love and he I too! Special one "dayservice Bachelor Bundle t I
newspaper; the editor is a flor- you've been negligent in post- If a REAL running halfback wants to be a and Family Wash
r ida graduate, too. ing your bond for ducats.It would please stand up, pro. I costs no more. 1
In all A&M will hardIly
honesty, I
The verdict: guilty as charg- is not true that Florida fans it could be better than most 1 Invisible t I
miss him.
i Big Gun will be assigned seats some- anyone imagines. .going in- I 1 Marking :i .
I Bobby Felts, a 193-pound Mi-,
ed.All where between Lake Bradfordand to that last one, Nov. 21, i 1
the Gators !hi town closedup
against the Gators. amian, was the top gainer;, I I
shop and had a mass cele- the railroad track across
the backs last and
among year, i
bration, then sat down to figurenew the way from the road that runs i I '
figures to be again. Carlton
For Lake ButlerLake behind Campbell Stadium. It I Ideal
ways of punishing him. Cooper, who'll stand in atj I Laundry ;
is true that Gators
some are
They came up with one. They Hayes' righthalf spot, is a dandy -!
I decided to invite him to all the paying membership dues in '
Butler At-A-Glance gridders will be Jan Bennett, B I Seminole ; one, very probably as good I JI
alumni gatherings, and make Boosters, perhaps withan 517 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
S Returning Lettermen: 15 team coach; Ron Minshew, var- ticket What- r ? :, 4 i a halfback as Hayes if not quite
him watch films of Florida'slast eye on priority. I
Top all star prospects: sity line coach; and Newnan. as rapid. i I Phone
FSU. ever the reason, one of the 372-8521
victory over *
Thomas Sanchez B team. n r : Fullbacks are sound. Ernie
Jimmy ,
Quarterback Griner But back to Tallahassee biggest Gators of all, Attorney Hart, a skinny ((6-2, 165) MiI/I I i
Fullback Harold ;
; "All the boys have been hustl- Confidential. General Jimmy Kynes, became -
and end Larry Clyatt. ing," Daniel said as he surveyed Merchants in town have taken -I a paying member -of t ewyai ?
1963 Record: Won 7, Lost 3. his squad. "We have pretty Seminole Boosters a couple of
Coach: Jim Daniel (FSU) good overall speed, and the a studious 7-year course in :
backfield Gainesville, on ways and meansof years ago.Politics l PREPARE NOW
Outlook: A strong passing should be good. But we handling visitors for the FSU- notably in this town,
,although lacking in depth, lost some top linemen, and we makes for some strange team
gives Lake Butler a chancefor have a depth problem in the Florida game. They have large mates. ,
this sea- files labeled "reciprocal hospi-
things "
exciting backfield. When Don the U.S.
several holes tality." For The Coming a
son. However
,I. Congressman from this district
were left in the line by grad- Lake Butler Schedule: First things local hotels, mo-I I
and a Florida grad, called upon
uation. tels started doing was requir- I
Sept. 18 at NewberrySept.
Bill Peterson to solicit his
Jim Dan- 25 at JasperOct. ing cash-on-the-barrelhead nail down six port, he told the FSU co ach: -. HUNTING SEASONSEE
LAKE BUTLER 2 ChieflandOct. months in advance to rni
"I always pull for team- BILL PETERSON
iel was an outstanding pass receiver 9 BranfordOct. reservations on Nov. 21. I
for Florida State Uni- 16 GreenvilleOct. Possibly Florida fans may one every day except one. FSU Head Man

versity a couple of seasons ago, 23 at Williston day experience the motions of -

grabbing aerials regularly from Oct. 30 at Mayo Dr. C. A. Roberts, pastor of the. SEE THE LARGEST
quarterback Eddie Feely Nov. 6 JenningsNov. First Baptist Church, who told THE PUB SCORES

He takes over as head coachat 13 Santa Fe his congregation the morning
Union County High .this season Nov. 20 at Cross City after the FSU Florida game of iin DISPLAY OF
I and passing still is on ms I I I WITH THE BEST
, mind. I) s GUNS and RIFLES
Fellows like quarterback Jimmy -' Lake Butler Football Roster TASTING SANDWICHESIN d A

Thomas, end Larry Clyatt IN
and halfback Bob Lyons makeit Year in No. of GAINESVILLE.
coach to forget. Name Ht. Wt. School Letters POSe ent '
hard for a ,
JiMmy Thomas 5-11 163 Sr. 3 QB '
Thomas has been proficient as Bob Lyons 5-10 161 Sr. 1 HB Mmar -t"" NORTHCENTRALFLORIDA
a passer for the past three Tommy Themes 5-10 155 Sr. 1 HI
years, and Clyatt and Lyons are Harold Grinner 5-11 191 Sr. 1 n DELICIOUS
Lorry Clye" 6-1 178 Sr. 1 E
his favorite targets. John Stevens 6-0 111 Sr. 1 T
t Big Part I Bryce M. Angus 5-10 10 Jr. 1 T
The passing game is expected Glenn Broftnoll 5-9 175 Sr. 3 G VARIETY OF SANDWICHESTHIS
Donny Bennett 5-9 146 Sr. I C HUNTING ACCESSORIES AT
to play a big part in the Tigers -I; LINE OF -
: Rusty Wade 6-3 187 S'O E
bid for a third straight top Kenny Williams 5-10 156 Sr. 1 G FOOTBALL SEASON.FREE .
flight team. Last year's squad; Henry Whiteh.ed 5-9 164 Sr. I E
posted a 7-3 record, while the Jerry Reddish 6-2 171 Jr. 0 I
] Ray Dukes 6-1 170 Jr. 1 Fa 8 "
82. .
eleven was BIIRDPARKIN .
\. 1962 I Don Kelly 5-9 141 Jr. 1 HI PASS TO THE .rrp .H.
Thomas will have good sup- Bill Jackson 5-6 151 F,. 0 HI ;
port in the backfield from full, Clay Drill en 6-0 140 .so. 0 QI STATE THEATRE

back Harold Griner, a hard-run-i! Jack Sapp 5-10 171 Jr. 0 T With Every $2.00or
Billy MSMN 6-1 166 So. O' T
ning senior who was converted Wayne Jones 5-11 151 So. 0 G More Delivery Order: C$9J49
from end. i Danny Thomas 5-10 130 So. 1 C
A transfer, 6 foot 3 Rusty, Clifford IlIiason 5-10 147 Jr. 0 G Offer good for 2 weeks. .tff::
to help: Wilbur Rogers 6-0 147 So. 0 T
: \\Vade, also is expected
; Jimmy Taylor 5-9 138 Sr. 2 G
-the Tigers at defensive end. | Bruce HUlldl 5-9 140 Jr. '0 G '' ON.TOWER LOT
Tackle and guard were the'' Sanford Roberts 6-1 170 5. 0 E 'FREE FASTDELIVERY ,
hardest hit by graduation and: Doftll' Whi+.ha.4 5-1 150 S. 0 G ,. h'I
manned several new'meri. -' Dennis Roberts 5-7 131 S. 0 G PUB THE STORE THAT'S MORE THAN JUST A
1// will be by Mike Douglas 5-4 115 So. 0 HI ,
: Tackle John Stevens;, Kenny Jones 5-9 131 F,. 0 C 6tJ OT 92' w- '
looks like the best of the crop. I James Bowen 5-1 116 S. 0 G 9Univ.. Ave. HARDWARE STORE _: a

Assisting Daniel .with the' r, ,,/
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t O/e: Miss Looks Like Class' of SEt 7.p ;

..o ttfly) v'M yt.

By FRED RUSSELL Oct. 10 and LSU in Baton chance to win more games ille and fullback Hoyle Gran- Green's varsity squad are' so- 54

Rouge Oct. 31. than lose. But ger. Main problem is replac- phomores.
Editor 1 t is s a 8 they sophomores the past three
Sports .. Sonny
ing passer-quarterback -
Alabama andAuburn must come through for seasons Vanderbilt has won "
Nashville Banner Graves & Co. to meet Fisher and ace runner
figureto Ray .
only two SEC games. .,. $ iF
Ode Burrell. t
e the toughest schedule in Flor- .
finish 2-3 to I1iI. ,, ,"' ,
"' ; "
NASHVILLE Tenn Miss- 1 '
1 is the SEC dark-
Kentucky :
Ole ''l ftSftSft E lff ida history. Skilled r u nner Tulane's schedule is a kill- -

issippi appears just mad SEC. Larry Dupree makes fullback horse. Coach Charlie Brad- er, especially the first six .. ,.. '
enough to win every f o o tball E from punch in the conference the Gators' stronge s t shaw has playing depth for games. Improvement over f' *
linebacker Bill Cody and he should receive the first time and he says:
f game it plays this year. This sa: last year's 1-8-1 record and
"This squad has the will to
an aggressive second- much diversionary help
1 feeling stems from a carry- ath back is Also returning is Jon from now healthy half- pay the price to be winners." the 0-10 total in 1962 depends }<.:... 1\ a
rover x
of the embarrassing 12- t true the league's leading back Jack Harper. Veteran The Wildcats are especially largely upon junior quarter- .. .. ,.
7 loss to Alabama in the last at end, tackle and the i;,
season. quarterback Tom Shannon is strong back Dave East's ability to .C i

Sugar Bowl game and before Russell first the. liberalized backed by one of the South's backfield. Clever passer Rick operate the pro-T type at-

that, the ties with Memphis Back in good rule, Charlie Mc- brightest sophomores, Steve Norton and dangerous runner tack. There are potential
State, and Mississippi State, being booted off the at LSU is the SEC's Spurrier, and tackle Dennis Rodger Bird balance the
backs in
breakway the soph- 3
plus a spirited spring prac- last November for experienced coach in Murphy, Center Roger Pettee attack.
and end Brown line Georgia has a completelynew omore crop and the line has
fractions, Namath is three units-one that Barry are
tice.No stickouts 25 deal, with a fresh more size. Bill Goss and
ed by the best sopho both ways, another among returning
Southeastern Conference
runners of the Bear offensive and still lettermen. Florida has devel- Auburn-trained staff headed Dick Steigerwald are good

rival can match Ole regime. With 22 r e strictly defensive. oped a reputation for bold, by Vince Dooley installing the linebackers; Tulane linebackers -
Miss in the size and
speed, flanker-T offense. The nucleus
ing lettermen, the returns only line crowd-pleasing play.
depth of its squad. Senior one of eight regulars includes get maximum experiencein ALABAMA SENIOR JOE NAMATH
sounder defensively. center Ruffin Rod- I
quarterback Jim Weatherly is Lost Assistants Pat Hodgson, the league'stop physical contact. Rated One of SEC's Top Quarterbacks
asset though is but the backfield
with the Head coach Paul Davis at
a passer potential receiver of 1963;
ant's mental freedom despite inel-
to equal predecessors Mississippi State lost three huge tackle Ray Rismillerand
connection with the of halfback I
Jake Gibbs and Glynn Griff- Danny fine assistants John Ma- powerful fullback Frank Tech Should
Butts' trial which Passer Pat Screen's at Least
ing. A wealth of fleet half- jors, Ken Donahue and Bill Lankewicz. Key vacancy is
him last fit after
backs bolsters the R e b s' season. appears surg- Dooley-from the staff which quarterback, where Larry

quick moving giants in More Size The Tigers meet three produced 1963's surprise team. Rakestraw was a 3- year
the line, with end Allen Auburn has more they lost to last year But the squad is experienced, starter. '
63 Mark of 73By
Ole Miss and Missis-
Brown and guard Stan Hind- cellent team speed State., with more depth than any Vols Rebuilding Equal
man likely All-Americans. Ole ple experience at State team in years. Thereare
Tennessee rebuilding un-
Miss has a tougher schedule, tion except guard. and Mississi ppi three prime All SEC
der head coach Doug 1
but the only danger spots are dle and Tucker appear to be the only candidates in center Pat new former Florida
against Florida in GainesvilleStan give the Tigers the SEC teams with a Watson, tackle Tommy Nev- Dickey quar- NASHVILLE, Tenn. Geor-
: \(! ..... .... .,... .-...... terback who switches the Vols
from the single wing to the gia Tech in its first season as
I Go GO Gators
T-formation. His first year an independent should equal or
North MarionSeason fF p.q could be rough; the trickiest better last year's 7.3 record

problem is to train a quarter- and gain a bowl bid. There's i j

back. Junior Hal Wantlandhas experienced depth at every |
the edge for the job, and sition except fullback po:1:1

Again Tennessee will use separate quarterback, and Jerry o'u

offensive and defensive back- ley, a tall junior, looms as a i
fields. Guard Steve DeL 0 n g worthy passer runner successor for theFINEST

and center Frank Emanuel to Billy Lothridge. Speed I ti

Looms bulwark the mid-line. is the keynote at halfback, and
Vanderbilt expects to have centers Bill Curry and Dave .
w improved quarterb a c k fag, Simmons anchor a formidable i -y ,

North Marion-At-A-GIance est running backs in .) with sophomore Bob Kerr defensive crew. I I inWater

I Returning Lettermen: 12 He'll be joined at "h y J. challenging junior Dave Waller -
Robert Stone and for the starting job, and Miami under new head coach I
Top star prospects: both experienced and two of the SEC's staunchest Charlie Tate is crippled by I Recreation:

Fullback Don Smith, halfback tackles in seniors Joe Gra- disciplinary casualties, and the : V

Danny Sandlin tackles Bobby Two Letters : 4 ;rv \. ham and Gary Hart, both : big question mark is at quarterback -i Equipment ,
Gibson and Roger Wood, quar- Bolinger is a weighing 235 pounds. Approximately I where George Mira I I

terback Terry Bolinger and man at quarterback \ half of Coach Jack shone so brightly for three sea'
the ropes. Corky : sons. One of many sophomore ,
t end Tookie Pruitt. will spell Bolinger : starters, Bob Biletnikoff, from; y

1963 Record: Won 9, Lost 1. signal calling spot. Erie, Pa., has the inside track' SEEGATOR
Tackles Gibson and
Coach: ,Stan Toole (Troy las I Mira's successor. Main I
bring weight to the
t State). 235 and 210 pounds, A The Finish? i strength is at ends. Miami will I
be an underdog in every game. .
Wood has three .
Outlook: Another outstand- except Detroit, Tulane, Boston j fr
credit and Gibson has
ing team is expected. Experi- Sells Edwards and following'l L College and Vanderbilt, four I I MARINE .

ence abounds at every posi- Wood, both one __ 1. Mississippi softer opponents before the finale i

tion but guard and center. men, will join Tookie with Florida. There are !!

Speed and power in the back- ends. Dale Stone is the 2. Alabama only 18 returning lettermen.I I I I EVINRUDE ;

field and strength and size in in the guard picture, GEORGIA'S HUGE RAY RISMILLER: Florida State again features SALES and SERVICE
ter is undecided.By Packs Power Galore at Tackle Spot
\' the line. Look for another banner I 3. Auburn passing with two seasoned PHONE 2-3333

r. year.NORTH. ,:quarterbacks in Steve Tensi

Choice 4. LSU and Ed Pritchett and a corpsof

MARION Successwas competent receivers. Main 1221 E. University Ave., Gainesville
the word in North Marion. 1
last season as the Colts racedto 5. Florida need is a breakaway back. I

a 9-1 football record. And you I I I

can expect more of the same Region Title 6. Miss. State

, this time around from Coach .

Toole's powerful squad. 7.
BILL Dick Kincade, guards are returning. I Kentucky
Toole, entering his 10th season Prep Editor, Ken Pritchard,.full- Escambia and Choctawhatchee -
,1 at North Marion, will field Jacksonville Frank Flook and Jim are dark horses in the 8. Georgia

f a team blessed with experience JACKSONVILLE tackles Ron nie West, along with Panama City

I speed and size the three tell Coach Jack and Tom Cole and end Bay High. 9. Tennessee

ingredients coaches d r ea m his defending Yeldell. At this stage, either of some

about. cher High football could take it all. eight or 10 teams in the 16-
He has backfield talent in rated with as good had a stronger team team Region 1 could step in 1 o. Vanderbilt

fullback Don Smith halfback as any to win the season than the General's and be a champion. None will
Danny Sandlin and quarterback 11. Tulane .
title. indicated. but Coach have easy sledding.
And there's line
Terry Bolinger.
The Jacksonville Dingman is faced with -,.-- '
strength in mammoth
Senators last season problem this
Bobby Gibson and Roger Wood .
up nine opponents
and end Tookie Pruitt.
only to Lee in the fielded its strongest
New School
Throw in a new school, andit season and then lost last season ((7-2-1)) and All the featuresof ANDHurricanes S

looks like a "can't miss" sit- 2 champ Tampa be among the many dark
uation. Fletcher has of Region 1 this time $9 I I

The Colts will move from their field troops returning Terry Parker, always a

old location in Reddick to new, terback Tommy nut, will be under the sneakers. / / I =
plush headquarters in near- backs Jon Lee and leadership of Coach How- I II

s by Spar. lihan and tailback Jt i'.
nold. Forrest and I
Smith is a 5-11, 180 pounder Soph are in the dark horse V.l /
his credit. It'
with three letters to
and expected to be
Taylor's winged are > .
He's rated as a top-flight run- lead
also will find a r may you
ner and fine defensive end. +/
sophomore fullback ..1 ,
Much Tougher ._/.J
Sandlin, 6-0 175 pounder is es, a rugged 175 '
had a much tough- the field by ass
expected be one of the hard- lettered last year. than its 2-6-2 record SuperSports- w

'; Jay Faulkner, year would indicate and '
Brown, Chuck the city in passing. The p wide a margin

I North Marion Schedule, Bob Young are four have that same aerial *
in the 195-210 pound .
Sept. 25 TrentonOct. turning to anchor the Gary returning Pajcic and in quar-end by MR: SNEEKER8 I a as the '65TRADEIN

2 P. K. Yonge Jackson High lost
Sellers. Tackle Clyde Is- I
Oct. 9 Cross City
game (14-7 to
has been tabbed for All- I BIG
Oct. IS NewberryOct. and tied three last OLDSMOBILESAND

River Tigers are expected
23 Crystal Western Division out- I ALLOWANCE
Oct. 30 Chiefland as tough over all who could very well nose

Nov. 6 Tavares and Coach Tuffy the top rankings are Pen- .0
says they'll be even High and Tallahassee
Nov. 13 Wifflston
'. on defense. :
Nov. 20 Dunnellon The Tigers will CADILLACS
PHS Tigers have blue- GMAC
Dec. 7 Lake Weir death including the 1 ribbon material returning at Use 1 PAYMENT

North IJlarion Football Roster by virtually Wilson every a running position.and pass-Bob- only $599 CentralCharge I PLAN. .. :. !;Jgar

ing wizard last year at half _
Yeari" No. of back, has been switched to ,

H.", Ht. Wt. School Letters POSe quarterback to make betteruse >
Roter Wood 5-11 210 12 3 T of his talent Whatever your sport-or spectator sport-

Tookie Don Smith Pruitt 5.11 5-11 175 110 12 12 3 1 E FB Halfback Frank Edmunds these sneakers are built to take punishment, give I II

l. Donny Sandlin 6-0 115 12 1 B guards Cam Jones and Bernie the utmost in non-skid comfort. Foam-padded, II I I
Robert Stone 6-1 160 12 1 B. Byers and tackles Billy Joe extra thick sole long-wearing rubber I

Terry Sells Edw.rcb Boline 5-11 5-10 150 150 12 12 2 1 QB E James and Mike Santille all toe. foam cushioned arch. heavy- I

Ashley Wood 5-11 150 12 1 E are in the 200 pound class. duty canvas reinforced at stress points I MOlt OlCaIMu
Bobby Gibsoe 6-2 235 11 2 T 6-4 Record
Jilll Rou 6-1 150 12 1 C vented for comfort.White sizes 6/-12.
Leon had 6-4 record last
Raymond Elholni 5-1 0 110 11 0 C a Come in today, .these will move out fast.Bob' !
D." Stone 5-11 190 10 0 G year and Coach Gene Cox is
t Corky Pruitt 5-9 150 10 1 B predicting another winner.A \
: Doa 5-10 110 10 0 G back-
complete returning
Butch Gentry 5-10' 160 12 0 B
David Cosen 5-11 170 11 0 B field led by quarterback SHOE CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE
: Larry SiMS 5-10 ISO 10 0 B Chuck Eason gives Cox the I
Powell .5.10 150 10 0 G 2001 N.W. 13th St. Phone FR 6.7515'I
K Larry right( to be optimistic.A S. STORE I
Huff 5.11 ISO 10 1 G
JOIII Lion weak spot is at tackle VALUE-RATED USED CARS
0 G
Paul Wearer S-10 160 11 _....:.. .
I, I ..,D.I., Hoar S.10 170 10 0 Er but four experiencedlads 21 W. University Aye. I -:-:- "- -- -
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It's Darrell Royal. Period in SWC I

By BLACKIE SHERROD Carlisle's quanernack post tangs. But there are other sprin- Danny Mcllhany if the Aggiesare
Sports Editor, Dallas Times will go to a couple of raw lads. 'So thw St : ters such as Jimmy Taylorand to climb above their 27.1 i

Herald Jim Hudson spent two yearsat Ctouffertmee Floyd Burke, and two cap- mark of last year And Texas i
President, Football WritersOf wingback before making the ible quarterback operators in Christian is still in rebuilding

America switch in spring training. Mar. R() lJ1d 1 Mac White and Danny Thomas processes. m

> d DALLAS, TeL Regardlessof vin Krlstynik is a runty firebrand p the country's leading punter Among the independents, the _
p future calendars, the cur- but he has a hard time back Paul Piper, and scurrying of last year. Backfield speedis of Houston worried
kc- rent Southwest Conference era throwing the football the lengthof Gene Fleming .seven startersIn the club's strong point. I. University
will always be known as the the dining room all, and 24 lettermen return, Texas Tech welcomes the ter.. through its leanest 'year last
Darrell Royal Period. However, one major explo Much of the Rice success will season, but has 25 returning
rific Donny Anderson back for
r For some reason, these past slue returns, one denied the depend upon Walter McR e y- lettermen plus a fine freshmen
few seasons are not identifiedas Steers most of last season, Ernie no1dj, the I league's most experfenced -, his junior year of halfback ram- crop. North Texas State will en- n'y j

1( V2i the University of Texas dynasty Koy, Jr., a 225-pound eon quarterback but one paging. The tall 200-pounder is ter the Missouri Valley race
although that is the name of a former Longhorn great, who has lacked zip In two previous a brokenfield whiz who can with a young and green squad.
at the top of the football stand- missed the 1063 fun with a bum seasons. In spring train- also crack the tackles and play West Texas State also is rebuilding 1,11

ings. Since Royal took over shoulder. But he's back on Ing they say, he came to life. rugged defense. as is Texas Western. 4 rti ,

the frayed reins of the Long- hand, switching from fullback Arkansas tumbled to as- 5 Hank Foldberg at Texas A These, is most spots around
horns in 1957, the team has as- to tailback where his forte will season last year, a rarity sinceFrank & M must get good quarterback Texas, are the reconstructionyears. DARRELL ROYAL t
sumed his identity and his forage be the famed and punishing! Broyles assumed com operation from transplanted Longhorn Head II
t ff in the minds of fans, press-, Texas power sweep.In mand. To recover, Broyles will' --
boxers and opponents.The fact, other than quarter- discard his emphasis on the i

ir' ary wt' r young ((39) coach Inherited back, the Longhorns are well rollout pass, will shift to a, Welcome University Students I

a team that managed just a staffed with hardrock backs, strict two platoon system,;,
and that by one skinny point. steady, relentless Texas of his quarterbacking over to a,
The 1957 season, the Steers fense. Leading the defense solid, rather unspectacu 1 a r: SPECIAL PRICES I
Q somehow reeled through a 6-3-1 will be the Steers' foremost All- Fred Marshall. !!

schedule. Then, when Royal-re. America candidate, linebacker Baylor lost its wonderful passer -'
cruited players began to parti- Tommy Nobis. This 215pound Don Trull and must de-; ONApproved

cipate, the current Texas dom- terror is only a junior but his pend on soph Mike Marshall as I & Required f

ination began.In ferocious defending was a highlight a replacement.! The nation's i '
the six. of the Teudef nSeseason. last .leading receiver, fleet Lawrence GYM CLOTHES -

...... years since i Big end Knox Nunnally Elkins, is returning and For
THE MAN WHO COULD HAVE BEEN Royal teams is another defensive stal- :so is Bobby Maples, a splen- '
SMU Halfback John Roderick Ineligible have won or wart. But mostly, the Lon g- 'did linebacker at 230 pounds. I

shared in the. horn defense seems a nameless The Bears, as always, will fur- MEN WOMENShorts
title group of swarming, fanat- nish the league's most explosive -
conference I "+r A rnvx ical demons in a continual bad attack and will abide by Teeshirts Bermudas Jamaicas
GHS The Pick four now times. Texas has-I, humor. the two-platoon system. Shirts -

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ed in six bowls in seven years. I in the area. People like' and swifter than the ragged Socks and Athletic Supporters SocksComplete
III Culminated Malcolm Walker, the 250 -pound. bunch of the past few years.

Region And it all culminated last linebacker, and his defensive' The textbook casualty of a 9.3 Line of t

when the Longhorns were partner, fullback Russ Wayt, sprinter, John Roderick, hurts I
year 235 pounds. And a crack half- the sideline threat of the Mus- TENNIS and GOLF EQUIPMENT ,
untied their first
By BUDDY MARTIN I Gainesville is a pronounced unbeaten, won

Sports Editor !favorite. Colonial, Edgewater, national championship in the

I I Ocala, Boone, and Mainlandpose school's 71-year history, ripped 0 Clubs i
Ocala Star-Banner > threats, but the Purple second-ranked Navy apart in the HORNETS RATE RACKET

;OCALA If it's true that Hurricanes will have a chanceto ,Cotton Bowl. And won, incidentally 0 Carts t
history repeats itself and say something about that. a rooomful of Coach.iof.theYear -

pfagnosticators) seem to think' They play Ocala, Boone, and plaques for Roy RESTRINGING Bags

it will then Gainesville High Mainland on their schedule. alSo 50-50 CHANCEHawthorne
should capture the Region III, I in the Southwest Conference 24 HOUR
Class AA football championship The guess here is that Gainesville the annual August poser O Balls
will win the title again,' has become: who's to stop SERVICE
for-the second straight year. At-a-Glance Hawthorne Schedule:
over the Region IV opponent and will it I 9 All Accessories
revenge the Texas stampede, Returning Lettermen: 9
:According to a poll taken for that beating suffered Sept. 18 Taylor
be this fall?
; Top all star prospects:
fcom and sportswriters a cross-section in Region of coaches III,, at the hands semi-finals of Coral I The answer- : Highly probablethat Halfback Donald Gilland, end Sept. 25 at Cedar Key : JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS
Gables in the state
favorite some ambusher, perhaps Andy Fultz, center Roger Oct. 2 Melrose I
(tainesville is a heavy I .
last year. Rice, will nudge past Texasin Glass. Oct. 9 BronsonOct.
tcr: turn the trick. The Purple I the Southwest chase. 16 Open ; Open 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Fri., Sept. 4th
recognized as 1963 Record Won 5, Lost 5
Hurricanes, now I :
II The law of first, Oct. 23 Taylor :
under Coach Jim II I averages Coach: Bill Collins Northcentral Florida's Sporting Goods Headquarters
a dynasty
Oct. 30 Cedar
I More practically, the Key
Ntblack drew 56 points in the says so. Outlook: The Hornets broke
TEAM POINTS Longhorns were sorely wounded i Nor 6 at Melrose ( 1113 University Ave. FRanklin 2-8212
\oting. even last and the !
1. Gainesville 56i by graduation. Scott Appleton -I Is for year another pros- Nov. 13 at Bronson
pect -- ---- -
:Closest contender to Gainesville 2. Colonial --- 45 judged the world's top average
campaign upcoming. Gradu- I
and a likely challenger 3. (tie) Ocala 42 lineman, is finished along
ation losses took Dexter ,
j for Region III honors is OrLando Edgewater 42 with Duke Carlisle the Cotton away
Colonial. It is said that: 4. Boone 39 Bowl hero, Tommy Ford, the Bender, player of the year :
in the Riverland Conferencefor
Coach S. E. (Red) Kite has S. Daytona Beach stumpy battering ram and five all sports, as well as GET OFF THE BENCH.

one of his finest teams ever. Mainland .-............_..-... 35 other starters. i
Danny Brown and John Rob- r
The Grenadiers drew 45. points.Ocala 6. Vero Beach .-.. ._-.. 17 Tackles Gone .
,- inson. The accent is on sen-
.. andEdgewater 7. Palm Beach five of the
More important iors with a half-dozen listedon
'! Forrest Hill 9 top six tackles are graduated the squad and all with ex !
were bunched 8. (tie) Winter Park 8 and this is the cruelest blow perience. /
up in a tie for: Titusville 8 of all in Royal's defense dedi AND INTO THE GAME .

third place.: 10. Cocoa 4 cated plan.Leesburg's. ... fI
each with 42 e fq
I -+ .
points, Boone' coach Bill Collins, starting his ON THE WINNING SIDE _
was fifth with r i' fourth season as Hawthorne I
39, and Daytona -' Three ContendIn mentor, finds himself much in f

Mainland. the same position as a year i 1
.L i
was 35. From sixth thereMARTIN vim ago.Collins : 4r I
tabbed his Hornets as
the points were spread very A Division I IBy a possible surprise club but Why "sit it out" on the sidelines, wishfully P'.: f/ ..r .'- y

thin. more likely to have a 50-50 sea- f
waiting for the "break" that will
put you i
GUS AttackGainesville's son. And that's just what Haw-

VAN McKENZIE Tough pit Schedule stop. thorne accomplished in win- on the winning side in the "game of life"? 4
offensive attack Sports Writer, ning five and losing as many.
will be centered around the running Ocala Star Banner Bishop :Moore should field Losing fine athlete Dexter fYa

of big Al Giffen, a robust OCALA Lake Wales, Kis- one of the most respected teamsin Bender and Pat Baker, both
225-pound senior who playedend simmee and Auburndale appear the region, but the Orlando backs, will hurt the offense. 1

last year and has made the to be the top contenders for the team is playing a predominately But Donald Gilland, a three- You can make your own "break" by lining I
switch to the backfield easily. I Class A, Region III championship AA schedule. year veteran, has been moved
Lefthanded quarterback Jack and a berth in the inaugural Wildwood might have to settle from end to the backfield to!, up with the team of purposeful people who I

Eckdahl, a 185-pound junior, State Playoffs for Class for a spoilers role this year; help take up some of the slack.
promised to give Niblack'steam however Coach Byrd Whighamis Gilland, along with Andy know that the difference between wishing :

the added dimension of A.A section poll of noted for the nack of producing Fultz, and end; and Roger Y r[:
cross and having, between dreaming and doing ;
long-passing something the coaches in the region gave Lake winning teams. Glass, center, give Hawthornethe

Hurricanes haven't had since Wales a chance to repeat last The loss of quarterback Gerald core of a potentially improved is systematic savings g
the days of quarterback Eddie year's spotless 10-0 record, due' Bramlett, an Little A 11 team. But strength will % h s N
Feely. primarily to a host of return- State choice last year, will pose have to be supplied by five y.9

Colonial has two fine tackles I ing lettermen including two sets the number one problem for juniors and four sophomores.Five I II.

& Harold Clifford (6-4( 230)) and,of backfields that produced 189 the Wildcats.The other players are fresh-i ,f

Larry Frazier ((230)), plus good' points last year for the Orange rest of the region appearsto men and eighth graders. Money in a savin 9achievement s account is basic to the"y I '>- tJ
depth and fine runners. The Wave. be well behind the frontlead- Other players with experi-
main drawbacks seems to be alack ence include Virgil Dougherty, i of the most worthwhile goals
Kissimmee, 8-3 last year is ers and would have to displaya .
backs and senior end Larry Reeves, sen-' ;
defensive a I ;
quarterback.Could of I given the upper hand of the surprise showing to upset lord halfback; Lucky Robinson,, in life including yours. The way to get !(1
Coach these leading contenders.
other contenders, but Zack
Be Sleeper Jack Yearwood will have to REGION HI CLASS A POLL senior junior quarterback end; Dickie it there is to put in there on an every-pay- _
and find (Based on 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 Spinks, ; j
Edgewater is said to havean -solve- -- speed- .. problem. tabulation) Hughes, sophomore quarter- day schedule. Start your savings accountnow f
backfield that can proouce back; and George Gilland,
first 11,
experienced returning starters. points before the Cowboys can 1. Lake Wales ._. 28 junior halfback. at First Federal and get on the winning ,
with nine :be ranked with Lake Wales. 2. Kissimmee __....-.- 22
Conference i
Johnson's team The Riverland
Coach Rozey Kissimmee's acceptance into 3. Auburndale ...._... 19 side of life.
could be a sleeper. plays the best brand of sixmanfootball
the tough Orange Belt Conference 15
(. Leesburg -
state and it's no
Ocala Coach Bob Pounds successor in the
could also hamper Yearwood's 5. Moore 9
to Bill Caton will wield Bishop disgrace to lose in such rugged

one of the finest lines in Cen- crew.Linemen 7.6. Winter Wildwood Garden _____ 9 6 competition.So ""Z!

tral Florida anchored by behemoth Top 8. Sebring .. 5 the Hornets should be
Auburndale has a host returning -.r.
Jeff Curchin 6-7, 240- 9. Kathleen 4 somewhere in the middle of it
pounds and a fistful of hard- linemen that should all. I '
bitting interior forwards.A produce a stingy defense but 10. Dade City INSURED SAFE

lack of experienced backs the loss of Coach Tom Terry, i I
Hawthorne Football Roster l by an agency of the U. S. Government
the head
and a rough schedule may who has accepted ___
Keep Ocala from becoming a coaching duty at Cocoa, could Yeo in No. of
eontender for laurels. dampen the Bloodhounds spir- Nome Ht. Wt. School Letters POSe
Beckham Benny 6-0 185 11 C
Tit is said in some quartersthat its. Deon. Toner 5-7 135 10 HI
Coach Tommy Bolen of Opposing coaches are never-' Dougherty, Georg. 5-10 140 11 HB '
Boone may have a better team theless casting a weary eye in l Doulefty. Virgil 5-10 165 12 1 E Federal : ,
last year's which lost the direction of Auburndale,J Doyle, Dick 5-6 155 11 EFults. f1First .
!!tan Andy 6-0 155 12 2 EGiU..4. :
enly two ball games and al- which is given better than- Do..leI 5-9 150 12 3 HB
Jjwed only three touchdownsto I even odds to outdo its 7.3 led- Gill.nct. Geor.e 5-1 155 11 1 HB

be scored on them. ger of a year ago. GI.a Roger 6-0 110 11 1 C
Leesburg, Bishop Moore, and Hughes Dickie 5-9 140 10 1 QI savings loan association -
Hughes. Johnny 5-4 120 9 HB -
Loses Coach !
: Wildwood will have to be rated .I
M.tchtt. $t... 5-5 125 8 of '
.t Mainland lost head coach' darkhorses to draw the RegionIII I Dol. 5-7 US 10 115Pollerd. .s :
Alabama championship for a variety j Stanley 5-9 140 8 E {I 47
Jemmy: Owen to an Rees Larry 5-10 150 12 1 HBRobinson. I MEMBER: FEDEIAl SAVINGS & LOAN INSUIANQ CORPOIATION' t tEEOELAt ;
school but should have a suf-: of reasons. j Lucky 5-7 145 12 1 QB 1 1Siab UUEIT UNUAl DIVIDEd ;
JJcient nucleus of returnees to Leesburg has a lot of top-: Zack 5-10 165 11 t tSuteene : KOMi 10Af MNK SftOM

ause frau&fe.Aafaw ;flight stars returning 6u ftfi y. Ilwan y S-S ns t 8 !:1 249 w. UNN mm AVI. AT 3RD N. W. WW ST. ANO HH MS. FR 4-7531 .t -
{ S4trreftc, oftftic S-6 -fJ ((J C lI
: at this point 01 &e capable plan ers were fast ffI'
( I C
bY'1 \ West Reedy 5-6 155 9
that and depth could
season, it appears graduation I'

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Football Special
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Tar Heel Express : THREE ACES IN REGION II :. I

By JACK FLOWERS I will be showing his talents for 12 years at Auburndale. take over the Lakeland post ,.

Assistant Sports Editor, University of Florida fans in a Bill Krietemeyer. who was I[while Wayne Chapman has step- I

To Lakeland Ledger freshman- role this season.Expected backfield coach last year, will ped in to fill Terry's vacancy.
Keep Up SteamBy ? LAKELAND Three hurri- to take over Downs' I
canes are forming in the RegionII title of "Mr. Everything" are
I = N9w i IA Central Florida, high school Tampa Robinson halfback Larry twig( says: I

football section.Forecasters .
WHITEY KELLEY affair between West Virginiaand Smith, Winter Haven's Rick An-
Executive Sports Editor last have labeled the derson, Lakeland's Joe Shelnut,
AC: Southern year's champion, Virginia -
Charlotte Observer Tech. hurricanes Lake Wales Mana- Lakeland Kathleen's Donald
Previews tee and Winter Haven. Prine, and Tampa Hills-i
CHARLOTTE, N. C.-Nothing VPI will field one of the na All three are expected to borough's David Fyfe just to
succeeds like success. tion's finest quarterbacks in cause heavy damage, mainly on mention a few.
tion losses not
were -
overpowering. Bob Schweickert football fields. The Robinson I
a oneman Knights of head
North Carolina, Gator Bowl Twenty three returning
gang who as a Junior last sea- Winter Haven and Manatee, coach Holland Alpin are expected -
champion and coowner of the lettermen assure the Gator Bowl
son was named the conference's from all pre-season reports, appear to be strong, however not +
Atlantic Coast conference foot of veteran
champions performers -
outstanding player. to be the favorites to suc- as strong as last season when a it
ball title, provides a ready reference at every position except .
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ceed Tampa Robinson as cham- the Knights Class AA
award than deserved were
was more
for that truism. takle. Losses at that spot were
since Schweickert shat- pions of the Class AA Western state runners-up to Coral Ga-
1 severe, the team's four top 4.
Winter Haven
Until last when the Tar QB Conference. bles.
year, tackles departing. tered seven school and two
Heels left the imprint of defeaton Southern Conference records. In I Coach Wes Abrams' Highlanders Darkhorses

I eight of ten regular season Backfield Back addition to amassing 1,526 Channel 5 from Lake Wales are seen Some of the darkhorses that t

opponents, then shot holes in the Still around, however, is mostof yards of total offense, he led by many experts as strong may slip in and steal the thun-
Air Force's defense in the Ga- the backfield that devastatedlast the league in punting with 39.1 SchedulesInterview enough to successfully defend der from pre-season favorites
tor Bowl, football had not been average, completed 62 of 116 the Class A Southwest Florida could come from Lakeland,
year's foes with blend of
much of a fun game at Chapel excellent passing and a rugged passes for 687 yards and six', Conference crown they won last Kathleen, Haines City, Sebring, fWig.l
I TDs and scored season.
running attack headed by 225 eight more. Tampa Hillsborough and Bar-

After 10 years of playing pound halfback Ken Willard, the West Virginia's Coach Gene This season's magical wordis ,I Bishop Berry, Boca Ceiga, : )..............
patsy for the rest of the ACC, Gator Bowl's Outstanding Player. Corum talks of a rebuilding pro- FOOTBALL. Everywhere St. Petersburg High and St. Pet-:1 tow.Two old-timers also have departed -I
you hi!
gram but even in such a stage Northeast ticketed
the Tar Heels suddenly becamea ersburg are
go people are speculating about' from the Central Florida I
the Mountaineers are capableof to be the of the
member of the elite. More of the up-coming seasonwhetherit's scourge prep coaching ranks. L. L. (Nurmi)
Until it is handling most of the other [
proven otherwise in the St.
the is this gridiron Petersburg '
same expected sea- on a local level Nelson has down from I
the ,Tar Heels appear to be the schools in the conference. conference and Clearwater areas. stepped L Ill sumptuously situate at one
son. level or national level. the Lakeland to devote
; class of the ACC, followed closely Close followers of the confer- more
Downs Gone time to his athletic director one three one west university avenue
Coach Jim Hickey's gradua- by Clemson and Duke. After ence insist that VMI's John Two weeks ago Florida's top
those thr e e, the remaining McKenna is the closest thing football coaches got togetherin Gone from the Central Flor- chores while Auburndale's Tom (better known as the rustic
has moved to Cocoa.
Miller places are up for grabs. there is to coaching genius. the Tampa Bay area and ida football picture is Bobby Terry
Eyes Downs the Winter Haven BlueDevils' Nelson had been in Lakeland HV block off I
I Year after year he gets exceptional -were queried by three newsmenof shoppe one campus).
Arrange Virginia, South Car- terror last Downs 15 and had
year. years Terry spent
performance out of that area about the ins and
olina, N. C. State, Maryland .... do come in and get acquainted
ImprovementWilliston less material than any coach in outs of this year's college
Wake Forest in any order in
the next five spots and yo u the country.New TeamA games. THE MEN OF meander up and down our ear-
WUFT-TV, Channel 5 will
At wouldn't--. be- far wrong.- new school East Carolina, carry the hour-long videotaped ly american aisles enjoy the
Virginia, long a league door-
makes its first
appearance as a discussion. THETA CHI FRATERNITYextend
a mat, should be about ready to Wednesday Sept. relaxed around
Willistonat A Glance full fledged member of the con- 16 at 9 p.m.Moderator atmosphere
Returning Lettermen: 15 make a move toward the top ference during the 1964 football was "Salty" Sol! ( love broivsers!
division. The Cavaliers' recruit- season. an invitationto we ).
Top All Star Prospects: Fleishman of WTVT, Channel
1963 Record: Won 1, Lost 7, ing program in the last two H eade d by Clarance Sta- 13, Tampa. Coaches who par- the on know what
has snared new men on campus you you
years an unusally campusto
Tied 1Coach savich, one of the few coachesin ticipated were Ray Graves, Uni-
1 : Sammy Miller (Auburn large number of class football the country still using t he versity of Florida; Bill Peterson attend want and we've got it! if it's lie tV,

) players. single wing offense, East Car- Florida State University,
if it's "in" it's
Outlook: Ample experience Academic Problems olina will makes its presence Jake Gaither, Florida A&M; ,* twig.

i should provide for an Improv. Coach Tom Nugent at Maryland felt in a hurry.Stasavich Sam Bailey Tampa University; OPEN HOUSE fin a touch of ante! Italia. .
ed 1964 performance. has been troubled by aca- guided Lenior and Charlie Tate, University of
demic problems. Most of hi s Rhyne to several small college Miami. I Sunday September 6 1964 and casual clothes are my forte.see .
national titles and he will build
WILLISTON-Coach Sammy frosh squad two years ago was Newsmen who tried to probe
f Miller seems to think he should eliminated by the books so it East Carolina into a respected into "coaching secrets" were 2 p.m.If ya soon,
have an improved team at WiI'j follows that the Terps will not football name in a similar fash- Lonnie Burt, St. Pete Times; .
'j liston this season. Miller noted,I be contenders for several years. ion. All he needs is a little Paul Hemphill, Tampa Times; transportation needed call FR 2-9283 twig

"We have a slow group of Last year's co-champion N.C. time. Jim Selman Tampa Tribune.

boys, but I think their desire State, was riddled by gradua-
will make up for their lack of tion losses and Coach Earle Ed-I

speed. wards simply does not h av e
( Miller his team dida enough replacements.South .
good job thought mastering fundamentals Carolina, a Florida opponent TICKETS STILL AVAilABLE,
on Oct. 17, must get a
; in
spring practice. blue c hip performance from

'. He also is pleased with the quarterback Dan Reeves, a dis-
desire displayed by his appointment last year after a

charges. He said, "I believe sizzling sophomore season, if it

I these boys have more desire to is to survive. -
I win than of boys New Coach Bill Tate, an im
any group TO ALL GAMES
1 Williston has had in the past port from the Big Ten wherehe :

I few years. Coach Wheeler, who was an assistant coach at
Illinois, promises a champion
, is an old timer in Williston
. agrees with me on the amount 'ship for Wake Forest in four .

' of desire this group has." I years but 1964 won't be the

.I I Miller thinks that the loss of I year. Signs Negroes

i several key players by graduation Tate recruited several outstanding :

I. will not hurt his team. Negro players in an Follow Florida's ,44 4t

"In my opinion, Robert Phil- effort to hurry his rebuilding :
process. 4
pott seems ready to take Mike ,
Dean's place at center, but we Defensive problems harassed
should have depth there as Duke a long-time occupant of
Francis Crawford and Skip ;1 the higher echelon of college
football last season when it I
to start.
are eager
Jimmy Millican and Richard struggled to five victories- four
Cline seem to be ready to fill defeats and a tie. I II
Scoring was no problem for ;
the shoes of our all conference -
y!\ tackle, Bennie Reddick." Coach Bill Murray's team but I FIGHTINGGATORS
stopping the other team was.
Miller plans to have his If the defense becomes sound "
forces in tip top shape by the again and Coach Bill Murray 3
: time of the season's opener. isn't. noted for neglecting this.

"We will have to hustle to phase of the game then the; ; \
I i iN
: keep up with the other schools Blue Devils will be sound again.i e >yf

I in the conferance as they area Quarterback Scotty Glacken I
good deal larger than we," fullback Mike Curtis and a

Miller said. wealth of experience at the half-
The Williston grid teacher is back slots give Duke an excit-i

pleased with the scrap for positions -ing striking force.Ferocious I
I -on his eleven. Tiger

I "The most encouraging thing There's an unusual lack of
t about this team is that the glowing statements flowing z ixw ;, Y ydA

: younger boys want to play and from Frank Howard at Clem- ,. was
are pushing the older boys for son, a sure sign that the Tigers '

their positions. Nobody is guaranteed may be ferocious again. they meet these important .:, 4'
i his position, and if any Howard calls fullback Pat I ., .
of our older boys slack up, Crain "The best back in t he

. they will be replaced by someone conference", an opinion that _: ..;' rivals at Florida Field this fall: :- '. .
,I .. with more desire and will draw rebuttal from other
hustle" Miller added. coaches. In Howard's favor, r ,
however, is the fact that the /
Schedule: f fS.
champion Chicago Bears picked S: ; '
Sept. 18 Brandford Crain in the second round of I
Sept 25 Dixie CountyOct. the draft ever though he has i M.U. Sept. 19 .' ;

2 at Keystone Heights another year of college football.i: -::, <
Oct. 9 Crystal River The Clemsons also have one| -

OCt. IS at Trenton of the conference's, outstanding, :
Oct 23 Lake Butler line performers in center Ted' MISSISSIPPI : Oct. 1 10

, Oct. 31 at NewberryNov. Bounton.. I' t t .

Nov. .6. Inverness Two Teams
, Nov. 13 at North Marion The Southern Conference the I .
Nov. 19 at Chiefland race shapes up as a two-team ;, S. CAROLINA. : : Oct. 17V -.- '
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Year in No of <
AUBURNt. Oct. 31
Wt School Letter Pos. '
Name Ht. ,a. '
150 11 2 C "
Robert Philpott 5-10 '
. H.llie Priest 5-11 155 11 3 G 'F '
100 11 3 T y O
Benny Stn.1 5-11 ;- ; : -
. Stevens 6-0 150 10 I E .,. '3 s ,. ,
Ronnie ,4 "
5-10 145 11 1 G "MIAMI if. Nov. 28 i'1 '" '-
Jimmy Emory Millicon u.1er 6-0 160 11 1 T t : t .' "- tt/4'f i .:
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Bruce Mitchell 5-11 162 12 2 E ." \ -
Doug Mitchell 6.2 175 11 1 QB j\\\.yi.
Bennie St..dridg. 5-11 160 11 3 HI
Head 6-0 115 11 3 n

._ Skip Fr..cia Robert BoBo Shelto.-Griffith, .6-0 5-9 5-10 145 165 11)- ,- .11 11 11 3 1 1 C HI C '; GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

Wayne Johale' Corbi.Meeks 5.9 5.9 145 160 -* 12 10 0 1 G G

Richard Cline 5-9 160 11 0 T
Joshes Corbin 6.0' 150 lQ 0 E
; 6-0 140 11 0 E
H.rold Wiso '
, 5-10 151 10 0 T
Id.u.oft SEATS.
Larry $5.15
J.", .. S1ngkrea 6-0 140 10 0 I -.
.Jimmy Jr..deft 5.10 : 135 10 0 HI -
.: Vaughan Lee 5-10 140 11 1 H8
Roy Huitt 5-11 145 eel 0 fI Tickets Sale West Side of Stadium 8:30 5:00
Will Whitener 5-10 145 .0 0 F8 on : a.m. to p.m. Daily
Mike Mikell 6.0 165 11 1 HBi

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8. Football Special Sunday September 6, 1954, !S

I Illinois 'Jinxed' Favorite Ten T. j

j, Big % tqt4v kff r -, : I jI

I By PAUL HORNUNG pound senior, could be one of could slow the Wolves down, in end Jimmy Jones; a strong rington, two "all" candidateshead 10 each year), Bowling Green, Bo Schenbechler says he would- t
the most and early in the season, if not all fullback in Kurek
Sports Editor league's efficient steady
Ralph ;
f a
up reasonably experienced Ohio U. (defending champ) and n't trade.his quarterback, south- 'R
, r Columbus Dispatch versatile quarterbacks if he the. way. halfback in Carl Silvestri and line and halfback Bill $ vJs'
COLUMBUS, Ohio When isn't pushed aside by one of two Big Battle a 1-2 quarterback punch in vet- Wolski will be the big backfieldgun. Miami again boast the strength, paw Ernie Kellermaji, for any < a

all other axioms fail, you can high-rated sophs and fullback Many Big 10 :students figurethe eran Hal Brandt and husky, Quarterback is the major although Marshall may chal- in the country. Marshall boasts

bank on the Big 10, where "the Mel Anthony, last year's top championship at_ least power-running soph Charlie uncertainty, but Parseghian has lenge, too.Bowling. the nation's No. 5 rusher, half-
favorite never wins." ground-gainer, could be an all- the Rose Bowl ticket-could be Burt. Mid-line strength and de- hopes for non-lettering John I Green as a major back Jack Mahone, and No. 7 s'

:: No one can recall the last Big 10 possibility although settled Nov. 21 when Michigan fensive backs are serious Bad Huarte. The Irish may field a ;star in halfback Jay Cunning receiver, end Jim Cure.

time the league's September threatened by bulky, but fast visits Ohio State. ger_ problems. defensive line as big 3.i the ham and maybe the outstanding The Mid-West, obviously, will Ftn

"champion" still wore the soph Dave Fisher. Carl Ward After those three it's pick Indiana could be the sleeper Chicago Bears-but as good? sophomore in the mid-West! live up to its football reputa-
crown when the won lost bal and Jim Detwiler are rookie your own and name your odds. 'in Stew Williams, a 6 foot, tion this fall, and then some.
lots were counted in late No- halfbacks who could break in Wisconsin might have been although Coach Phil Dickens MidAmericanIn 230 pound fullback. Ohio U. And you can't get many bets :
vember. and Rick Sygar, if his broken prime dark horse, but lost two notes realistically that the fast rising Mid-Amer- has an all-American project in the Big 10 won't follow its traditional .. I
in the
finished last
Hence, 34 year old Pete leg! of 1963 is mended, could be starting guard linebackers squad leaguein ican (it's Major College now Skip Hoovler, 6-2, 230 pound "favorites always lose" PETE-ELLIOTT- J
has 25 lettermen
1963 )
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Elliott will buck tradition in the; best of the group. scholastically and the Big 10's tnnc fnr the Rip: ]0and, and edges up closer to the Big I center-linebacker. Miami Coach tradition. Illini Leader
t 1964, because his Illinois undeni- Elliott contends he has prob- pass-catching champ, Rick notable; ti nt.-D -- ---

ably and inescapably bear the lems at tackle and guard, especially Reichardt, to baseball. Milt some TATE TAKES OVER
"most likely to succeed" alba- on experience and_ this Bruhn still has a top receiver Fullback Tom Nowatzke, 6-3,
tross. 220, led the conference in rush-
I It's inevitable for ing last fall as a 'junior-756
an penalty
Ii IiI being defending Big 10 champion yards for all games-and should

a Rose Bowl winner and re- Dixie CountyIs DC all-American timber. Rich Changes Coming at UM;
turning a majority of tha talented Badar was a vastly -
quarterback in his first'
0 workmen who fashioned an

1 8-1-1 record in 1963. Minus Six I linchak year as stood a regular high and among Bill Bit M By JOHN CRITTENDEN letes, too, as the composition of Belitnikoff, the lefthanded soph- ing on final examinations, and

Sports Writer, the 1964 freshman roster indi- omore who is in line to step into -
10 receivers-as a soph las four others were lost because of
Iil rrr- year. Mel Branch and Doi Miami News cates. Mira's job, is a sound run- 'academic deficiencies.
Croftcheck might be the bes. MIAMI Charlie Tate is Charlie has put in a new align- ner. When he passes, it will be The op

But, if a guy has to be stuck Key PlayersCross PAIR of guards in the league. till weeks away from directinghis ment with his ball control philosophy off a rollout pass-run option. His :ening series against Florida

with the ominous favor of pre- 1 first football game at the the Hurricanes will understudy, junior college transfer State, Georgia Tech, California,

season prophets, Elliott has a Far Better University of Miami, but the use a Flip-Flop offensive ar- Rick Swan, is virtually a I Pitt and Indiana is obviously

few comforting weapons. City-At-A-Glance key players who moved away The defensive backfield will new Hurricane coach has already -rangement, with linemen passing specialist he is a going to be long and painful.
Dick Butkus Returning lettermen: 8 leaves Cross City in a ques have to be far better if the compiled some revealing switching sides of the field as drop-back thrower, without the

Any evaluation starts with f Top all star prospects: tionable position. The B e a rs Hoosiers figure in the race. The statistics: the plays vary. "Flip Flop speed which characterizes a I Only nine seniors remain on

center Dick Butkus, unanimous Backs Lew Overstreet and were strong last season, but : enemy dropped 19 TD bombs Item: In Miami's spring means," jokes Tate, "that the running quarterback. Tate's squad, with 15 sophomores

all-American of last year. This Randy Corbin. will have a formidable obsta- last year. game, the two Hurricane teams blocking flops and the coaches The Hurricanes have t wo and 21 juniors.

6-3, 237-pounder is a one- man 1963 record: Won 7, Lost 2. cle to clear to match it this Upstate Purdue also must be flip." Texas used the align- splendid junior running backs-
defensive task force Coach Al Parris. time around. ment however End would have been Miami's
stopping : considered, because Coach Jack IUJmi B in winning the when they are sound. Russell
plays trying to develop throughthe Outlook: The loss of several: Mollenkopf has two complete national championship in 1963. Smith, an open field specialistfrom I strongest position, but the academic

line or seeking to skirt the CROSS CITY The opening lines of veterans and all his tried 73 running plays and just Specialized Units Fort Lauderdale, and full I earthquake left only two

Illini flanks-on either side.He's When To !football game isn't until Sept. 18, halfbacks returning. He solved 17 passes. Can this be the hal Tate plans to use specializedunit back Pete Banaszak, who car experienced. men at that posi-
such a phenomenal linebacker but already Coach Al Parris'Dixie the fullback void by .switching lowed ground where George Mia substitution under the new ried 20 times for 80 yards in Mi-. -J"- Ed Weisacosky and Fred

i it's believed several pro II Co. Bears have had their &-2, 210 pound John Kuzniewski r stood such a short time ago? college rules. His units will concentrate ami's spring game, both were i B:"',vn. Play-by-play announcers -
teams have traded
1 Tune In claws trimmed, but good! from half Item: Miami's 56 man var- on offense or defense, injured much of the season in are going to find the Hurricanes
into first round draft picks in The rugged Bears, 7-2-0 last sity roster lists just 5 players with only a smattering of practice 1963, but were first stringers I a mouthful imagine
But Purdue lost twin -
hopes their quarterbacks
NCAA-NBC-TV SCHEDULE year and just a one-point los- Ron DiGravis and from Florida. But the freshman in the opposite category. when whole. I Biletnikoff faking to Banaszak
for Butkus. Sept. 12 U.C.L.A. at Pitts- er to Suwannee Conference squad, with 40 players has 15 "You can't play by the new Lost 14 Lettermen and passing to Weisacosky?
and doesn't have ,
Gary Hogan,
1 As a muscular giant who! loves "
burgh champion North Marion, have in-state recruits. rules, says Tate. "You have to Miami has lost 14 lettermen
candidate who has Obviously,
i to play football, Butkus also Sept. 19 Navy at Penn State been hit hard by loss of topflight a seen single more than token actionor there is going to be a rise in ,play around them." : from last year's 3-7 team, in- Only One Vet
f spearheads Illini line chargeon Southern Methodist at player personnel duringthe I Miami will come well equipped : cluding eight starters. Two Junior college transfers
offense and makes crashing even owns a letter. Also, the Pennsylvania unemployment.Tate soph-
fullback Jim Grabowski all the Florida summer vacation period. Boilermakers have a few key in charge of the Miami with running backs one i starters, and eight squad members omores and non lettermen
Kansas State vs. Wis- set to them, at least. Bob were expelled for cheat- shifted from other
Parris said less than six football for less than positions are
&-2 and 210, came to the Ilini consin men with physical question program fL,: : .t." r' :., .v. :. v :., ,. #......'u.., _. .' falling all each
last year with credentialsthat standout players either moved marks like operated knees eight months, wasted no time in >,' ,' vn., over other at
suggested he might be their Stanford vs. Washington away, gave up remaining eligibility and backs. letting people know that changeswere S';'. \ : guard, Miami's most vulnerableline
State at Spokane has been lost and is position. Bruce Brinkos, a
best and he strode or through coming already
y ever
Northwestern has the league'sonly
the Rose Bowl "Most Valuable Sept. 26 Nebraska at Minnesota injury. new coach, one-time Illinois implimenting it. Lt 217 veteran- pounder, is the only real
r Player" award.. Oct. 3 Syracuse at Holy Halfback Ricky Gardner who All-American guard Alex Head Recruiter

Elliott will have two veteransat Cross scored 100 points and gained 940 Agase, who took over when Ara Tate, the latest head coaching Center is well stocked, with
every position along the line yards rushing last year movedto recruit from three
Arkansas at Texas Parseghian switched to Notre Bobby Dodd's experienced men, Norm
Y with 260-pound Archie Sutton Christian ; Rossville, Ga. Tackle Kermit Dame. The Wildcats have the Georgia Tech staff, went to the Blanchard, John Matlock and

(tackle) and Ed Washington Washington at Iowa Prime, a twoyear lettermanand deadliest passer in the leaguein podium lecterns .in South Tony Saladino. The Hurricanes

(guard) as potential all-stars, Colorado State U. at a husky at 220 pounds, Tom Myers and good runners Florida and across the state have three letterman tackles,
along) with Butkus. Air Force skipped his final year at Dixie in Dick McCauley and as soon as he took the job and but a first-stringer, Bob Brown,

Another Asset Oct. 10 Oklahoma Texasat Co. to enter Central Florida Junior Gene Murphy. But most of My- declared himself a conserva- is still questionable after an off
Piston legged, 200 pound Dallas College at Ocala. Tackle ers' receivers ,graduated, along ive. Those 40-pass nights which season operation.The .
halfback Sam Price is another Warren O'Steen, 227 pounds, with some solid linemen. became so commonplace with
Oct. 17 Southern California at moved to Sun Fla. Guard changes at Miami included
Illini asset, along with George City, Cause Trouble Mira at the controls are his-
t' Donnelly, a 6-2, 200 pound Ohio State Wayne Butler, a starter, be- tory. the coacing staff, where only
Oct. 24 Dartmouth at Harvard With Myers 22 'other letter- .
safetyman high on came an academic casualty. Walt Kichefski remains of the
draft lists. many pro Halfback Tom Cooper moved to men and some notable sophomores Tate, who recruited the state t;0 :k>>...v:, Z: 1963 frontliners. Ottis Mooney,
for *\i Y "
, The quarterbacking could be Tennessee at Louisiana Monticello. ,Northwestern figure to Georgia Tech, maintainingsound i > like Tate a former Miami High
trouble for the teams contacts made when he fMi\ ..{.' ....
l an Illini uncertainty. Fred Cus- State'Minnesota Recuperating cause top <: { '.* ':'( coach, came from Gainesville
tardo played almost as much at Michigan although not a hot title prospect coached at Miami High, has also ... .:x,.". to take charge of the defense.
And with all this made :
starting an obvious
Iowa State at Missouri i A Ken Shipp South Carolina
last a
'i; as a soph year as graduated quarterback Lew Overstreet t''Y'
a change the Hurricanes
'. Mike Taliaferro and his statistics Oct. 31 Pittsburgh at Syracuse -Sun all State came out of are product, is in charge of the of-
area pick at guard as still working the Pennsylvaniacoal .
are actually more im nowhere last year to play Illi- fense. But Tate is distinctly in
? pressive. But he hasn't yet car- South Carolina a t a sophomore, will miss half a nois in a championship show- fields, but they are in pur- HARD-DRIVING MIAMI FULLBACK charge of the works, as Miami's
season due to recuperation from down and had to settle for suit of more close-to-home ath- Pete Banazak Big in Hurricane Plans
ried the full burden and must North Carolina State on a bad knee. a multiple changes -indicate.LOOK .
prove himself as a full time Texas Tech at Rice second-place tie with Ohio State.
field general. Arizona at Air Force The Bears lack depth, speed But even eternal optimist Duf- ..

Major rebuilding problem is Nov. 7 Illinois at MichiganNov. ,and experience to be a contender fy Daughterty isn't optimistic ., .
Parris said. And after ..
a pairof .
j the defensive backfield and right 14 Michigan State at about an encore. .
brilliant that's
;t half, where Olympic sprint pros- Notre Dame seasons unhappy Duffy has fine quarterbacks
for- the Dixie fans.
pect Jim Warren lent such a Nov. 21 Cornell at Princeton in Steve Juday, Dave McCor- *
speed threat. Elliott is toying Duke at North Carlira oThe Bears' schedule is rugged mick and Dick Proebstle, but r .

with >the idea of surrounding: with Greenville for an opener, gone are all the leading running -

Donnelly with a couple towering Michigan State at t Lake City's B squad as a home backs, ,including all American I

f, sophs and that defensive back- Illinois attraction, Suwannee champ Sherman Lewis. This I
field would then be taller than Southern California a t North Marion on the road and may be the slowest Spartan I

the Illinois basketball front line. U.C.L.A. newcomer Keystone Heights team in some time this may'indeed -

If Custardo comes throughand Nov. 26 Alabama vs. Auburnat spliced into the normal loop be the year Duffy has

"senioritis" and "post-Rose Birmingham I slate. trouble-which was forecast in

Bowlitis" don't grip the squad, Nov. 28 Army vs. Navy at t. Overstreet and Randy Corbin, 1963.
Illinois could break the traditionand PhiladelphiaDec. I. 178 pound back, are the only Iowa and Minnesota seem al-

come through a winner. 5 Mississippi State at t players with more than a sea- most certain to bring up the A
!Most Likely MississippiAll son of experience. In fact, only I rear. I ,I

I The most likely successors, in National Games in Color; eight lettermen are on hand. Top Quarter Back

the event of an Illini tumble, Regional Games in Black-and- The others are Bob Ousley, The Hawks have a first-rate :: I
are Woody Hayes defensivelysound White. Jerry Karr, Lester Hail, Gary quarterback in Gary Snook anda II

Ohio State Buckeyes and Carmichael, Bobby Kincaid an a top end in Tony Giacobazzi, ,
& upswinging Michigan, coached a Homer Melgaard. but, after years of plentiful sup.

u by the other Elliott brother, Small Squad I ply of good, fast backs, Jerry
Bump. Parris is working with a small Burns is hurting for ball car-

Hayes, colorful "dean" of squad, 22 players at present, riers. He also may not be able

Big 10 head gridmaster?, begins and has only fair size. !to replace last year's rugged AT ALL THESE
I his 14th season with & defensive With just seven seniors on ; linebacking duo of Jerry Hilgen- SERVICES I :
unit intact except for hand, five of them letter winners berg and Mike Reilly. .

safetyman Paul Warfieldand it would appear the future I Murry Warmath's 1961 talent THE NEW CITIZENS BANK I
still be bright for the '.' ;
five Buckeye opponents scored may may be the thinnest in his 10 'r p

only 60 points last year Bears. years at Minnesota. Tackles I' ,
(17 less than Illinois foes;. Line- F ,a Put down Dixie Co. as a rebuilding Carl Eller and Milt Sunde, two MAKE YOUR BANKING EASIER! ,*. r .-, .
,; ; backers Ike Kelley and Tom Bu- club but this Bear may remaining stalwarts of the I : ;; :

: gel two of the league's best not be completely in hiberna championship days, have gone [r. '

sophs last year, and senior tackle tion in 1964.The and won't be replaced. 'f', :
Ed Orazen are standouts.It's Schedule: Notre Dame should be by far *' '!

doubtful if Hayes will Sept. 18, Greenville the most interesting of the mid- Auto Loans J Appliance Financing z.

stray far from his celebrated Sept. 25, at WillistonOct. west Independents. Parseghian: ; i

"three yards and a cloud of 1, Lake City 'B' has already rekindled the old Drive-in Banking Equipment Financing .JIi f "'...'.-4 _"<.: f

,, dust" attack, since he has a Oct. 9, at North Marion Irish fire at South Bend, where ;';i :....
new bulldozing fullback in Will Oct. 16, Chiefland the talent has been better than Bank-by-Mai I
Personal Loans .
Sander and a power runner at Oct. 23, at Trenton the record for the last few "; -:; :.

halfback in Tom Barnngton Oct. 30, Keystone HeightsNov. years. Parsegian may be ex- : < -i.> -. ,. .

,(who also will pay some quar- 6, at NewberryNov. pected to get a maximum ef Letter-Drop Depository C _". Commercial Loans ; !,.; .
terback). But Don Unvcrferth, 13 MayoNov. ; dIt'' 1
fort.Jim :
last year's sophomore starter, 20, Lake Butler Carroll and Dick ArCross -."I Night: Depository. a : -1' Complete Trust Department ,? .

is a better than average passer at tiTravelers; ?*% ,.. .' t "-..-. -.- .-.-_. .- .."..";.. _.
and an unproven offers i v e .:
Cheques Safe Boxes :
Deposit '
line passer and an unproven offensive _. .* .;,. .
? '
; line may also swing City Football Roster l'

Hayes toward the usually shunned c') t :( : :: ." Home I Improvement. Loans .
--Wt. Class Letters .. -
Nome -: "'- '
air route-to some degree : ;
I Robert Oudey 148 Jr. 1 : : ; ", : .., J'

\ anyway.Tied For Second Jerry Ka" 155 Jr. 1 : : .or;; '
Lester Hall 164 Sr. 1 .. .. : .; 'Y H
The Bucks tied Michigan State Randy Corbin X178 .- .r Sr. 2 They're alkuncler one roof too.CITIZENS 3 = j >
,t for second in '63 and came with- Gary Carmichael 152 ,> Sr. 1 1 : ,:
Bobby Kencaid 144 Jr.
in a couple fumbles of takingit : Homer Melgaard 190 Sr. 1
all-with less over-all talent Alton Cromer 153 So. 0
and experience. John Ross 151 Jr. 0
r Bobby Ross 141" Jr. 0 II
Michigan was only 23in Ronnie McQueea 147 Jr. ', 0
the Big 10 last year, but Us ; Joey ShOftiker :' 122 Fr': ,-. 0
stepped-up recruiting is about .k. Billy Kight 134 Jr. 0
Everett Allen 160 Jr. : 0
ready to produce a championship UF Staff I Jerry Martin .- 160 Jr; 0 BANK e
Elliott has i'i'North
threat. seven I Jimmy Nesmith 120 Fr. 0
lettering ends, two established Pictured above are two Billy Allen 175 8 0
; centers, two excellent experienced new members of the Uni- Noel Word 170 Sr. 0
Ken Howard 160 Jr. 0
fullbacks and more versity of Florida coach Chester Hall 150 Sr. 0
field speed than the Wolverines ing staff this season. At I Lewis OYentreet 170 Sr. 2
have had in years. top is Billy Kinard, and at '
i Main St. at Northeast 4th Ave. Gainesville Florida Member FDIC
Bob Timberlake, 6-4, %15- bottom is Fred Pancoast J .

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Sunday'September 1964 FootboH Special 9 r

r'I ,,.,

aw s a Ja+C .Tc.a .M).';;+::?. : aY 4e+ .1' 4. ay' "w .'M.''t,, o'x k rr KC, Outlar Names UF's Dupree I

F.w! 47cr: !
U : ; &;
r' ;55 x t .

Fysb L.xika SS To Pre-Season All-Star 11 il i

k S By JESSE OUTLAR ,- -. S um s;' : Center Pat Watson was a see- armed with glowing creden- I

: Sports Editor, ,ond-string All-American choiceas tials.
; : Atlanta Constitution F' First Team
f's ,I I .
: Wg ATLANTA Joe Halberstein u the anchor man in Miss. Ends Allen Brown, Ole

> Sylar asked this agent to select a State's rugged defense 1 ast Miss; Chuck Brooks, MemphisState.

Yi a Deep Dixie All-Star cast com- he has the finest starting tack year. Bobby Dodd readily nom- .
posed of players from the les in inates Bill Curry for national I Tackles Ray Rissmiller,
college football. Florida
? .S4T lx.tx A 9I Southeastern Conference and honors. Bryant admits that Georgia; Tommy Neville, Miss
partisans point out that Dennis
j independents Georgia Tech, Paul Crane reminds him of State.
I faa a::p Florida State, Miami and Mem- Murphy would be a starter on Leroy Jordan, and Tulane's Guards Steve DeLong,

phis State. State's any team.Davis And Mississippi! Tommy O'Boyle bluntly states Tennessee; Stan Hindmari, Ole
rates Ne-
rW' Sounds like a simple assign- ville with the league's Tommy best by Capt. Jim Besselman is the Miss.

K ment until you start talkingto tackles. Bill Peterson of Flor- leading center in the SEC. Center Pat Watson, Miss.
a coaches and publicity direc- Wealthy Crop State.
tors. There are enough starson ida State reminds you not to There's a wealthy crop of Backs Jimmy Sidle and
forget Avery Sumner. Cautious
these 15 teams to leave any Bear ends. Allen Brown c: Ole Miss, Tucker Frederickson, Auburn;'
Bryant, reluctant to
all-star picker all startled.For Pat Hodgson of Georgia, the Russ Smith, Miami, Larry Du-
praise before the first
example Florida Coach anyone leading SEC receiver last pree, Florida.
"j Ray Graves says fullback Lar- whistle Dan sounds is admits that year; Barry Brown of Florida, Second Team
Kearley the all-star
ry Dupree is the "best collegiate Rick Kestner of Kentucky, Red Ends Rick Kestner, Ken-
running back I've ever type. Kentucky has a rookie Dawson of Florida State, Ed tucky; Pat Hodgson, Georgia.

__ w Dupree, seeking his named Maurice Moorman, tout- Weisacosky of Miami, Brooksof Tackles Harry Schuh,
'ke 3, a 'f seen. ed the best
: R '" as Wildcat tackle
? h +as All-SEC berth, is Memphis State are some of Memphis State; Dennis Mur-
I. # PR./ 544'V _m_______ __ m___ .__ third straight since Bob Gain.
likely to become Florida's all- the premier candidates. phy, Florida.
TWO ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATES ON POWERFUL AUBURN TIGER SQUAD time ground ,, Alabama QBs You'll be seeing in headlinesthe Guards -, Remi Prudhomme,

Jimmy Sidle (L) Made It Last Year, Tucker Frederickson Backed Him Up gainer. He definitely *'* Though there are many stick- names'of halfbacks such as LSU; Bob Finamore, Memphis

[ belongs -:1 x out quarterbacks in the South- Tucker Frederickson the Au- State.

east such as Florida State's burn ace from Hollywood, Fla.; Center Paul Crane, Alabama -

BUT LACKS EXPERIENCES the All-Ameri oa all: Steve Tensi and Ed Prichett, Roger Bird of Kentucky Russ .

the All-America quarrel is aptto Smith of Miami, Joe Labruzzoof Backs Joe Namath, Ala-
ca checklists' i I be conducted in Alabama. Louisiana State Mike Den- bama; Johnny Gresham, Geor-

But Paul Auburn proudly presents Jim- nis and Billy Sumrall of Ole gia Tech Roger Bird Ken-

Davis of Missi- my Sidle, perhaps the beet run- Miss, Johnny Gresham .if r Geor- tucky; Pete Banaszak, Miami.

Lincoln Accent on Speed ssippi S tate! ning quarterback in college gia Tech, Fred Biletnikoff of

says thereisn't :! football. Alabama offers Joe Florida State and Bob Taylor Leading All-American nomi-

a better Namath, who may be the finest of Georgia.Pre nees: Dupree, Hindman, De-

runner in the Outlar passer. Both are ranked in season all-stars sometimes Long, Sidle Namath, Rissmiller -

i Lincoln-At-A-Glance Heard is counting on to come 'conference than Hoyle Granger -the top five on pro scout future flicker in the fall, but Smith Allen Brown, Wat-

Returning Lettermen: 21 through at fullback, and his per- 220 pound junior fullback. c draft lists. here's two Deep Dixie teams on.ocFANS .
Lincoln Football Roster
1 Top all-star prospects: Quar-.. formance could have a lot to When you discuss prominen _

terback Norman Anderson do with the Terriers' outcome.If fullbacks, Miami Coach Char-

K < Name Ht. Wt. Yearin School Letters No. of Pos. 1963 Record: Won 7, Lost James' materializes then lie Tate submits Pete Banaszak I

r James Brown 5-10 160 11 1 E 1, Tied 2. Eugene Markham, who played Doug Dickey, new Tennessee I
James Sapp 5-10 165 12 2 E Coach: Jessie Heard (Flor- 'only slightly last season because boss, ranks Stan Mitchell with:
I' ;' Clarence Mills 6-0 190 12 2 E ida A&M). of an injury will man the elite. Bobby Dodd of Georgia -1
Levan Davis 6-1 165 12 1 E
Eddie Darby 6-0 I1S 11 .0 E Outlook: This year's Lincoln I the halfback slot opposite Brock- Tech says that junior Jeff:

I Clayton Tombs 6.2' 200 10" 0 El team is inexperienced, ington. Davis provided his knee is
l Oliver Ross 5.11'h 160 9 0 E sound, will be one of the Jack-I
but still should be able to Markham will be switched to
Nathaniel Ford 6-1 170 10 0 E et's greatest runners.
: Harold B. Bailey 6-2 185 10 0 E keep up with the standard set fullback if the necessity arises. Top Lineman I
1\\ Emanuel Kleckly 6-1 198 12 2 T the past few seasons. End, Guard should be the strong
Stacy Ben 511'175 12 2 T Single out the most valuable I
fullback and halfback are expected point on the line with Harold
I Leroy Phillips 5-10V 190 12 1 T lineman in the Southeast. John-:;
, << Walter Hill 510170 9 0 T to be weakest posit Davis and Louis Carter expected 520 S.W. 2nd Ave.
u Vaught of Ole Miss, unaccustomed -
I:' Robert Griffin 6-0 179 10 0 Ti tions. to nail down starting berths. ny to lavish 1 (At R.R. Tracks) ,
I Robert Nelson 5-10'/2 190 11 0 T dispensing I
i Lincoln Coach Jessie Heard
Otis Thomas 5-11 195 11 0 T Lincoln Schedule praise, says that guard Stan OF FREE PARKING
has to burn but he's sing-
Ira Lee Ware 5-11 183 11 0 T speed Sept. 18 at Jacksonville Hindman is the best college I
f'I Sam Lang 5-11'/ 189 10 0 T ing the blues when experienceis NorthwesternSept. lineman he's ever seen. But
", : Harold Davis 5-9 180 12 3 G mentioned.But I
24 Sanford Grooms
Tennessee coaches vow that I
Louis Carter 5-8 179 10 1 G
the Terriers are expected -
Alonzo Boston 5-9 175 11 0 G AcademyOct. Steve DeLong, a 240-pounder';' Package Store -
George Fon 5-6 155 11 0 G to ride that speed especially 1 St. Petersburg who made All-America last,1
( ham Cobb 5-9 160 11 0 G halfback Ralph Brockingtonwho
Gibbs High
cinch :
is a to repeat. They
'. David Turner 5-6 170 9 0 G churns the 100-yard dash in year
.' Charles Jamison 5-9 155 10 0 G foot- Oct. 8 Palatka Central say he has no peer among SEC Bar and and
9.5, to outstanding
Charles 5-11 179 11 1 C AcademyOct. linemen. \
I. Clarence Edwards 5-10 200 12 1 C ball season. 15 at Ocala How Spook Murphy of Memphis'
_ ; Ulysses Johnson 5-11 169 10 0 C Lincoln raced to a 7-1-2 rec- ard
High (State recommends 250-pound)i
Ij j Isaac Williams 5-9 165 9 0 C ord last year on the heels of MAKE IT YOUR
Reshay Chandler 5-9 175 11 0 C Oct. 23 at Woodbine, Ga., tackle Harry Schuh and 230-:
.I I Norman Anderson 6-0 179 12 3 QB an undefeated season in 1962. Bunch High pound end Chuck Brocks as:
, ;- Dewitt Anderson 6-1 189 10 1 QB Gone are four top-notch ends Oct. Tallahassee bonafide All-Americans. He I RELAXING SPOT BEFORE
; Don Galloway 5-11 145 10 0 QB and a couple of outstanding
FAMU High that made ;
\ Bobby Hadley 5-11 140 10 0 Q8 backs from last But back points out they a
(1 Eugene Debose 5-9 150 12 1 Q8 year.and Nov. 5 at Tallahassee couple of All-America teams i AND AFTER THE GAME
Lawrence James 6-1 190 11 1 lB are Brockington quarter- Lincoln High last year. j i
" Palmer Bradley 5-11 175 10 0 FB back Norman Anderson, both Nov. 14 Orlando
. at Jones Vince Dooley, new_ Georgia J
5-11 165 9 0 FB '
Lenard Davis standouts of 63.
Mickle 5-10 170 12 1 FB High head coach saw enough of seniors -
Kenneth Galloway 6-1 173 12 1 HB Nov. 19 Alachua Mebane Ray Rissmiller and Jim I
) Ralph Brockington 5-9 150 12 2 HB Brockington packs 150 poundson High Wilson to convince him that!1
Robert Colson 5-10 170 12 2 HB his lightning heels and is ex-
i John L. Washington 6-0 155 12 1 HB pected to handle the brunt of''I.
Alfred J. Scott 5-10 145 11 0 HB
the attack. |
Wayne McClellan 5-8 148 10 0 HB rushing I
Beaty Givens 5-10 145 9 0 HB Anderson was an All Big
t Collis Warren 5-4 135 10 0 HB Nine North Conference selection
: ( Michael Patrick 5-9 145 11 1 HB last year as he sparkled on both I
Alfonso Clarke 5-10 150 9 0 HB
Roger Henderson 5-9 145 10 0 HB offense and defense. | r
:' Leni Brockington 5-6 135 10 0 HB The 6-0, 179-pounder passed i
I Lonnie Brown 5-6 138 11 0 HB for 905 yards and was equally';, l b i. .
},. George Faulkner 5-7 160 11 0 HB impressive from his defensive
Willie L Brown 5-8 166 11 0 HB
Larry Williams 5-11 170 10 0 HB halfback position. II A
George Godbolt 5-6 155 10 0 HB "We'll have better team .
r speed, both on the line and in \ :\
the backfield than we had last

season" Heard said. "But we're |

lacking experience at end half.,
I i back and fullback." S
-Lawrence James is the man F ;' .5.' 5 5 a;" S S > IW
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I Returning Lettermen: 10 ; --

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Top all star prospects: :

Quarterback Wendell Corbin, i i

fullback Ted Key and guard I "Serving Sons and Daughters of Florida for 31 Years"Sifverman's
Tommy Andrews. !

I ;r 1083 Record: Won 4, Lost : oik d

' 4, Tied 2.Coach. i t extends a cordial welcome to the Freshmen, Upperclassmen -

.4ii i : C. Doyle McCall I : s Faculty, old friends and new residents of Gainesville. 's .r

Outlook: Nucleus of last I Our store is completely at your service.
Rugged Bengal TigerFullback year's break even club has : 5A3'aJ a.

returned. Help from several ;
Football basketball, baseball and many of our other minor
Donald Schwab will be one of the horses newcomers could produce an :
in i #Q > sports, through the hard work and dedication of our coaches and
for strong ISU this season. He'll he performing outstanding season.CHIEFLAND "
one of the South's hardest-running backfields. I S teachers have instilled in our young men.and women the impor-

Coach Doyle tance of fairness great effort and sportsmanship. .

I McCall has three backs and six

i Cllie/lulld Football Roster linemen he rates as .top caliber,:i x.x ;. We at Silverman's have tried to dedicate our efforts in serviceto

I to lead the Chiefland Indians in- ':! T'' :i- our customers with the same high standards that have guided

jf Year in to football battle this fall. k l : the traditions of our great sports.
I Player Ht. Wt. School Ltrs. Pos.Wesly The nine boys return from last 'I
Peeks 6-0 180 Sr. 1 E
Ii Sam Swille 6-0 150 So. 1 E: year's 4-4-2 club and bring with 'I Our store home owned and operated has grown with Gaines
them chances for
Donnie Lane 5-a 125 Jr. 0 E an outstanding:: ville. Our new and expanded facilities as shown in the above
David Allen 5-8 125 Fr. 0 E: season.In J
C Donald Blackmon 5-8 130 So. 0 E: the backfield McCall will i photograph affords us a better opportunity to serve our customers.Our .

Rock Shiver 6-2 200 Jr. 0 T bank on quarterback Wendell
1 Randy Willialft' 5-1 190 So. 0 T Corbin, fullback Ted Key and men's department features extensive selections of tradi-
5-11 110 Jr. 0 T
L T. Johnson
I James Asbell 5-11 170 Sr. 2 T halfback Lee Mills to lead the tional and conventional clothing furnishings, outerwear and shoe .

Myron Watson 5-8 150 Fr. 0 T offense. t

Leroy Allen 6-2 155 Sr. 2 G Big men on the line are expected Our ladies' sportswear department features the suburban
Andrews 5-10 170 Sr. 2 G
; Tom Tommy Durrance 5-11 170 Jr. 1 G to be guards Tommy casual and the tailored sportswear look. Accessories have been

I Ronnie Trimble 5-a 150 Sr. 0 G Andres, Tommy Durrance and selected with care to compliment our sportswear., l
Cecil Asbell 5-1 150 Sr. 0 C Leroy Allen, tackle, James As-
t. Bill Carter 5-9 135 Jr. 0 C bell and ends
Westly Peake and
Wendell Corbin 5-11 170 Sr. 2 QB Sam We hate to be a name dropper, but we're proud of our many

I Greg Bea.uchalft', .: 51 125," Jr. 0 QBI Swilley. national l brands and would like to mention just a few. FOR
130 So. 0 QBI Chiefland Schedule
I Glenn Franklin 5-1 .
I r! Lee Mills 5-1 150 Sr. 2 HB Sept 1&-at Mayo THE MEN: Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Deansgate, Cricketeer,

.11 P.ul Veal 5-11 150 Jr. 0 HI' Sept. % -New berry ..: ; Bostonian, Manhattan, University Row, Dobbs, London Fog, .
So. 0 HI
i 5-6 135
,Earl Counon :
I'" I Hal GiU" 5-1 145 Fr. 0 HI Oct. 2- at Union Co. : Hubbard, Gold"Cup, Alligator. Puritan and, many others.
.{ Alton Mathews 5-6 125 Fr. 0 HB Oct. 9-DunnellonOct. FOR THE LADIES Harburt, Norman Davidson. Garland. '
,f' J'Ted Rey. S-I'. 170 Jr; 2 FI 16-at Dixie Co. 'J Silwmnan
. Country Set, Yankee Peddler James Kenrbb Evan Picone
;Garland .Blackman 5-8 150 Jr. 1 FB Oct. 23-at BranfordOct. ,'
, Earl Studstill 5-6 125 So. 0 G 30 North Marion + : Roger Van S. Enro London Fog. Lady Bostonian, Petti. Jr.
110 S. 0 T
Andrews 5-10
, Donald Dennis Zelelsnik 6-0 160 So. 0 QB Nov. 6-at Trenton Accent and Jr. Sophisticates. FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT

I Bobby Mc.llum 5-11 180 Jr. 0 T Nov. 13-Jennings 225 W. University AvenueS

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I WITH HORNUNG BACK ;:;!.if. :: :; 'rl ,r--' j

t a Green Bay Choice Over Bears I

By JIM KLOBUCHAR con Jones is powerful The rest

Sports Writer, of the Rams' defense is ade-

Minneapolis Tribune .TOPE. 1' f t i .r1rtl. quate, although there is some
election MINNEAPOLIS it may- be prudent but Vince Lombardi is tryingto juries until at one point half tistry, and there may be some s
I year
to stick with the incumbent.But find a place for the No. 1 the squad was in the wards or experimentation among the
4i draft choice, lineman LloydVoss linebackers. Young Ben Wilson,
in the National Football heading there. The Lions accordingly -
'I i of Nebraska. Another Ne- the fullback most of the 1963

,; League's Western is lagging Division in the the braska grad, Dennis Claridge, finished 591. Alex season, retired to go into den- : (
I apparently will be used as a Karras' return alone will force tistry, and there may be sound ;
y polls at the
I reserve running back, althoughhe some improvement on that backfield shuffling as the sea- t _

I y may be superfluous to note quarterbacked at Nebraska. Healthy, the Lions' defense can son progresses. But Gabriel,
N so that the polls a year ago had stand with the Bears'. The sec- starting his third season must

George Halas' Chicago Bears BALTIMORE Marchetti obviously ondary is aging, but you don't be the man. The Rams haven't e t
J nos sF back in the small print and ,mind back there. J, I '
had no business az2ua ?-< age f. d m Z!5ZG affe&:FeC i -4.c
: < << <. <( &tf rWrrerrrerre iff the Sz1utr, Jt'f&f mm Pdl rd'eqk ?<5eacs, TFiey caQ t .\({ .cc

*; beZesetved sot" Katold: Stasseo 4'' .!'.it rla F rc adt click gears,) ( <<"ill t ill Cote aeaecey a(( "t ] :t ))J't>>!:.
j .4 and&-.'Y1l mJl O 1f1J1mJS. :[fie can still Stay fel asss*. end offensive: : tactte fett. by fist

NY ; But the reality of the 1981, \ h death rf Semen Ree'r The
.i \ anybody in &e NFL. Also: >erg : 8M FRANCISCO K o
NFL se.asClis: that another I exhumed Jrom ends, Gall Cog jJ1, Terry Barr
retirement to ,
I much will Mira
I George pay
G Bear championship be a I help the defensive line is Bil-and Jim Gibbons, are first I Quarterback? It depend ]

surprise.The I Iy Ray Smith. Two rookie raters. Earl Morrall finally may n__..."k"......_,_
Y circumstances, and it may
favorite has to
consensus I backs arrived as a quarterback of '
Marv Woodson of Indiana -:
pend on John Brodie the
be the Green Bay Packers, supreme as'i
j:; : and Tony Lorick oi Arizona -stature last year, but the question over who seems to have UNITAS
football for two
in pro : State now is, will he remain one?
might add a new ered from his sore-arm. B Colt Wizard
seasons but unhorsed by the snap to the offense. Bat the The Lions' backfield is hardlya Mira obviously is the

Bears' remarkable gun-to-gun Breadwinners there remain Uni- strong suit right now. But
show of defense strength quarterback of the future Charley Krueger,
tas, a great quarterback once this will be a very tough and Mor-
Gator he may be seen often in Rock and Jerry
I Running ifhreats last year. is more in the second half of 1963, physical football team. Otherwise, the chief Kilmer if sound, could
First, there skepticism
ends Raymond Berry, Jimmy here is the return of \- for the below caliber
r A Pictured above are two offensive standouts on this season's University of about the Chicago offense, certainly Orr and the bruising tight end, MINNESOTA Steadily who missed all or part of backfield, but theie were

Florida squad. Dick Kirk (L) is a junior speedster from Fort Lauderdale, and no terror at any time a I young John Mackey. Jerry Hill rising in NFL esteem over the '63 season with injuries, such heading into the season. I.
Allen Trammell (R) is a hard-running junior from Eufaula, Ala. year ago. Additionally, there is developed well as a fullback
doubt that the Bears' three short years of their existence _
some can -
last year, but the Colts' chronic the Vikings in their fourth 1
their defensive brilliance -
: problem there (since the season may be ready to c h a 1- A FAVORITE'AMONG
of 1963. retirement of Al Ameche) has
STARKE CLUB HOPEFUL Tragic Loss lenge the vested powers for even I
not been completely solved. higher things than the club's
There was also the tragic
I fourth-place tie with Detroit in
loss of the Bears' backfield
CHICAGO The Bears won 1963. will need
speedster, Willie Galimore, and They strong
I the championship last year on rookie defensive end
: a front-line receiver, John Far- the
hammering defensive playof Carl Eller of Minnesota leceiver -
rington, in an auto accident
such as Doug Atkins, Joe Hal Bedsole of Southern Cal
shortly after the training sea- Fortunato, Bill George and Larry and defensive back George Roseof
ble battle of six-footer
c this year a rugged a who weighed 186 son began.
Morris, the pass stealing Auburn. Rose. esDecteMy.' is
Returning Lettermen: 13 schedule and loss of a flock of I pounds. But a severe com- And from the Green Bay secondary play of Ritchie Petti-
M The
a figure. Vikings
Top all-star prospects: Phil talented grid performers from a pound fracture of the leg in the standpoint, this is still a Packer bon and Roosevelt Taylor and I thought their secondary problems -I
spring has sidelined the big team-a little older but
t.i Elder, quarterback; Jeff season ago but Coach David per- the plugging work of an of- were on the way to solution -

Warren, tackle; Gene Pass, Hurse is hopeful Starke willbe f back. haps a little strengthened, too fense which, while it didn't but like Detroit and Chicago -

end; Larry Crawford, halfback improved overall.Quarterback Jeff Warren, team captain, -that has lost only five gamesin set gaining records, made: few I suffered tragedy when the
should carry on the Starke tradition three in the world's
will be the prime I mistakes. Farrington is gone fine rookie free safety of 1963,
I 1963 Record: Won 6, Lost 4. post for Starke. Phil Elder, of A-l linebacking.There toughest football league. but there is receiving help II Terry Dillon, drowned on a
Coach: David Hurse (Florida are 13 lettermen oq The uncertain commodity, of from Rich Kreitling and Gary bridge construction pioject.
Don Falcon and McLeod
Wayne hand with end Gene Pass tackle
i course, is Paul Hornung, returning -
) furnish a 1-2-3 punch at the Barnes, acquired in trades, and Two weeks after training camp x
Warren halfback
Outlook The Tornadoes of Larry after a year's banishment rookies Bill Martin of Geor-
: Elder had the last ,opened, veteran defensive back
position. job
Bradford Co. should be improved and Crawford all starting their third for betting to run at halfbackin gia Tech and Chuck Logan of Tom Franckhauser received a
in the face of a rugged McLeod year. is a promising was injured sopho- season of competition. consort with fullback Jim Northwestern. There is no tight head injury that ended his ca-I

i schedule. Strongest position Average Weight my Taylor. end in football better than reer. Despite the secondary rebuilding -

should be the quarter- more. Starke will have average Will Hornung bridge a season Mike Ditka. Billy Wade at quar- the Viking defense
The Tornadoes will miss All- weight, fair speed but will 1 of inactivity to approachhis terback remains I
back post. Biggest unspectacularbut may rank with some of the bet-I
Area center Harold Bishop, all- abound in trade- form? L Lkr
scrap, long a all-pro
are in the backfield and adequate. The Bears do ter in the league. The back-
i .... lack of depth at end. Loss of conference guard Mike Maru- mark of Tornado clubs. You get a lot of guesses but not have the best offensive line, field of Fran Tarkenton, Tom-

Donald Carter, 6-0, 186-pound ca and fullback Tom Gardner, Hurse said the Tornadoesare they're all meaningless until and may have to do some tool- my Mason and Bill Brown, sup- FREEMAN

: fullback, through a compound a second team All Area pick. shy a game at the present they start playing for the chips.It ing there. Among the newcomers ported by Ted Dean, is sound.

'' :. fracture of the leg last May Also lost was Leonard Dugger, time. Starke is seeking a foe for may be fair to assume, how- lineman Dick Evey of

was a blow to offensive plans. a fine player. either Oct. 16, or Nov. 26. ever, that Hornung's very pres- Tennessee is the most likelyto LOS ANGELES There is a FREEMAN
: ReplacementHurse Several new coaches are ence-whether all the physical help.
lot of strong personnel here, but
r -..,.. STARKE The Tornadoes of thought he had Gard working with Hurse this sea- gifts are still there-will add DETROIT This is a team it will be left to the young

":"' Bradford Co. High face a dou ner replaced in Donald Carter, son. They include Ronald Min- something to the Packets inj i that lived through a footb a 11 quarterback, Roman Gabriel, to fMu1SwnMeet
of Lake Butler 1964.
formerly Verdun in 1963. A contenderfor pull it together. The defensiveline
I football and baseball Return of Karras
I junior varsity years, it watched one veteran of Merlin Olsen, Ross
lh coach and Griffith And so will the return of all-
'f Starke Football Roster I ; Tony after another fall with in- Grier, Lamar Lundy and Dea-
I varsity line coach for Titus- pro tackle Alex Karras to the I the shoe with the hand-sewn vamp. See
Year in No. of ville and head trainer at East Detroit Lions. As a matter of the smooth detailing of the leather. These are

Nome Ht. Wt. School Letters POSe Tennessee State College a fact, it may be enoughcoupled rugged shoes-that look well! Be well-dressed

Brown Joe 6.0 152 12 1 E I I year, who will tutor Starke's with the rehabilitation of Sharks BankingOn when you wear Hand Sewns by Freeman.

I. Sistrunk Mike 6-0 172 12 0 E line and will be junior varsity I the Lions' 1963 cripples to Reasonably priced too. Prices start at
Pass Gene 6-0 175 12 2 E
thrust Detroit back into the
.. Nelson Robert 5-11 151 12 1 E basketball mentor.
Douglas, Eddie 510 174 11 1 E Down The Line fight for the title.
.. Gladieux Larry 5-10 170 11 0 E The Tornadoes finished down All of which overlooks a QB Hathcoxand Cordovan $1595

"'" Lawson, Tony 5-10 150 11 0 T E the line in the new Florida Star fourth dimension to the impending O Brown Scotch Grain
Thommy, Tommy 5-9 185 12 1
Warren, Jeff 5-10 193 12 2 T I Conference last year but nar Western Division title
Sellers Herbert 5-8. 183 12 0 T row losses in key games were chase, the Baltimore Colts. Cedar KeyAtAGlance Hawthorne, as the Sharks'
Spengler John 5-10 178 11 0 T the main reason. Here is a team that won five Returning Lettermen:9Top toughest opponents. ,

Godwin nomos. Jim Leon 5-9 5-9 165 172 12 10 0 t Tk G Starke will have to battle of six down the stretch a year all-star prospects: quarterback Cedar Key Schedule i

; e. Reoves Bob 5-8 175 12 0 G against such clubs as St. Augustine ago, buoyed now by the decision George Hathcox. full Sept. 25 HawthorneOct. PAGAN SBOOTIiW i

Ckilson Roger 5-' 162 10 0 G Palatka, Live Oak and of Gino Marchetti to forget back Ronnie Brown and end 2 TaylorOct.

tI:! Tilley Mosley,Steve Lawrence 5.8 5-9 152 158. 11 10 0 0 G G Lake City in its own loop. The about retirement, and with Johnny Stephens. 9 at Melrose

.. Bradley, Johnny 5-10 148 12 0 G' Tornadoes hope to blow over Johnny Unitas firing once moreon 1963 Record: Won 3, Lost 6, Oct. 16 BronsonOct.

Reddish Butch 5-8 164 11 0 C some of the contenders. the level of his championship Tied 1.Coach. 23 Open

t ... Frick Mike 5-8 142 12 t C STARKE SCHEDULE years of the late 1950s-. : Ron Brummitt (Appalachian Oct. 30 at Hawthorne
Mickey 5-8 168 11 1 FB .
Agner Elder Dwight 5-8 158 11 1 FB Sept. 18 Macclenny And it may be premature to State). Nav. 6 at Taylor 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Noegel Eddie 5-9 152 12 t HB Sept. 25 at Santa Fe count the Minnesota Vikings Outlook: Counting on two Nov. 13 Melrose Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
Shannon David 5-9 152 10 0 HBc"rawford. Oct. 2 St. AugustineOct. among the contenders, but the new boys to take over Nov. 20 at Bronson j' I
Larry 5-9 154 12 2 HB National Football has
for departed conference
: Harper Ronnie 5.8 148 I1 0 HB 8 at Bishop KennyOct. _
,: ... Vannes Calvin 5-8 142 11 0 HB 16 open learned by now not to dismiss players. Should rank about I
Conner Douglas 5-8 148 11 0 HB OCt. 22 at Palatka this impetuous young ootball middle of Riverland Confer
Crews Richard 5-8 142 11 0 NBCastlen team. It is capable right now ence. I c.
Oct. 30 Live Oak
/ at
Mike 5-6 140 11 0 HB
: of beating anybody, and
: Elder Phil 511 164 12 1 QB Nov. 6 Fernandina perlaps

f Falcon Donald 5-8 152 11 0 QB .Nov. 13 at Lake City capable of winning often. CEDAR KEY Coach Ron I
6-0 155 10 0 QB Ths FinishIf The Best Dressed Men
.. e. McLeod Wayne Nov. 20 Green Cove Springs Brummitt will hope to get extra .
a man has to be pinned mileage out of quarterback i
Nov. 25 -
Macclenny down, he might forecast a fin- George Hathcox this season as : _' On Campus or OFF F

: ish something like this: Green Cedar Key tries to get back on i

'if i Third>< Back Bay, Baltimore, Chicago Detroit I the winning track in the River- SHOP BELKLINDSEYMEN'S

.. Florida halfback Larry Du- rk '1R A Xy Minnesota, Los Angeles, land Conference. i I DEPARTMENT
.. ,
I pree can become only the third San Francisco.The I Hathcox lettered the past two j t4

back in Southeastern Confer- September clinical report !years at halfback but has been I an all-pro lineup

i ence history to earn all-league reads this way: I switched to the signal-calling!; F .

s t honors three times if he makes k spot to take over the vacated I Yp of famous names. .

this season. pa GREEN BAY On the as- post of last year's allconferenceace i
in dress and !
Previous men so honored sumption Hornung will deliver, Ricky Turner. sportswear
and behind him Tom Moore, Fullback Ronnie Brown is expected r p
McWilliams (Miss. S
were Shorty
the Packer backfield is fir s I t to help shoulder the load 3 n. w tl
State) and Harry Gilmer (Alabama
1 tx rate. Jim Taylor may be show- on offense, while Johnny Stephens -
,' ), both in the mid-40s. Du- vF F I'
ing the scars of of 1f
.' is two-time unanimous years is listed as the top defen-
pree a 1 ;
pounding but how ,
many are sive performer. '.n p;
choice for this squad. better? And Bart Starr is a The Sharks posted a dismal'!, M, r ix IH

skilled professional at quarter 3-6-1 record last season with an .It F 3 h.i.s '

Bell Won'tPlay back. Bob Skoronski replacesthe inexperienced squad. The previous i 3 +

d traded Jim Ringo at cen- season produced a 6-2 '
4J r
Varsity ter, and there will be no great mark. VESTED

loss of effectiveness there. A Turner and end Billy Slaughter -

This SeasonBell js rookie may step into one tackle a second team allconferIence CORDUROY SUIT

position, but Forrest Gregg, selection, were the heavy tsr

Jerry Kramer and Fred Thurs- casualties.But i
High School's undermanned ton will maintain the Pack's nine lettermen return, including o COLORS: Antelope Olive

I : football team will bypass pre-emince among the league's four ends, to bolster the
.. II e SIZES 36.42- Regular & Long
varsity competition this season, offensive line. The re- upcoming squad.

I,' .' while playing some games ceivers are first rate and so is "The outcome will depend on I

: against eighth and ninth graders the defense, toughened with the the ability of two new boys io''

f .. from other Riverland Conference acquisition of a young linebacker take the places of Turner and ONLY $2995BL

V' : schools. Lee Roy Caffey from the Slaughter," Brummitt said. i

.. Bell lists only eight players Philadelphia Eagles. Not many He predicted Bronson and

on its roster, with the largest newcomers will crack this club, Melrose. and possibly Taylor MEN'S WEAR .

: weighing in at only 105 pounds. I.. .

The Bulldogs will try to pickup --.
: games as the season pro- STARKE CAPTAIN JEFF WARRENTo Cedar Key Football Roster

!ib .. gresses. Lead Linebacking CorpsOldest
t ., .. Year ia
: Nome Ht. Wt. School Ltrs. Pos. Store Hours
t : Bell Football Roster RecordOldest j George Hathcox 5-4 160 Sr. 2. QD
II Ronnie Brown 5-10 16i Sr. 1 FB
10 a.m.-9
.. TOIftlftie Alford 5-9 195 St. 2 C p.m.
I Year in No of individual record on Johnny Stephens 5-9 Hi5 Jr. 1 E
t. Name Ht. Wt. School Letters POSe Florida's football books dates Charles Hotltcox 5-7 ISO Sr. 1 E O
:'It : Leland Douglas 5.2 tOO 9 0 HI I I all the way back to 1911. Tommy Slaughter 5-9 150 Fr 0 HI
1 Austin North 5-t 105 9 0 E Henry Coulter 5.11 160 Jr. 1 E CHARGE !IT
I Wayne Roberts 5-3 tOo 9 0 E Earle "Dummy" Taylor kicked Johnny Alford 5-9 185 Fr. 0 C THE STORE WITH MORE i

; Arthur Towlcnd 5-1 105 9 0 C i eight field goals that sea ; Nyles Smith 6-0 160 Jr. 0 HI '. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
e Dnicl Hotter 5-1 95 a 0 HB tI
son for a mark which still Jerry Beckhom 5-9 150 51. 1 HI
Edwin Hotcher 5-1 90 8 0 HB i Harry Rogers 5-7 18S Jr. 1 C 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
Neil Murray 5-1 95 8 0 HII I stands, along with his record Colic Gaultney 5-10 15S Sr. 1 E LAYAWAY

C I Earl Palmer 5-2. 10S 8 0 FB ,of 16 for a career which ended i Bill Alford S-9 150 8th 0 E '/

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I J 'Can't Tell > Players Witho 't. a Score Card'By :

JACK SELL and Bob Soleau of William and Mary, have surprised in train- after a disastrous spell at Notre Dame, his alma mater, to !

Pro Football Writer, ing camp. They chased away Bob Rowley of Virginia, who become head of NFL officials, now leaves that job to try and !

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette finished last season, within a fornight.The revive the Birds. It will take some reviving.

PITTSBURGH-The sports vendor's old familiar sales pitch Notre Dame, to give the offense just enough added power to real of Philadelphia got rid of Sonny Jurgenson, who never quite
big story out Kingston, R. I., the new camp site
V of "You can't tell the players without a score card" will cer- avoid such catastrophies as the three ties which cost them the of the Steelers, is a 21 year old halfback named Dave made it as successor to Norm Van Brocklin, and received
tainly hold true this year in the Eastern Conference of the Na- crown last season. whose consisted of in Norm Snead in the deal. Jurgy got into trouble last year
Fleming experience one high
tional Football League.It's year when he and King Hill, his replacement, quit camp at Her-
Martha was an all-around Panther performer, starting as a school, another on the sandlots and last season with the Pitts-
shey and went golfing because of a salary
going to take some time for the grid fans to become accustomed (QB then shifting to running back or flanker back. He'll be burg Valley Ironmen of the Atlantic Coast League. Ths

to the fact that Buddy Dial and Tommy McDonald pass catcher for Coach Buddy Parker but may also fool the cocky youngster was dubbed "The Rooster" by veteran center Other DealsIn

tf are Cowboys, Norm Snead and Red Mack are Eagles, Sonny
Jurgenson and Sam Huff are Redskins, Dick James is a Giant Kelly, who owns almost all the receiving records at the Dallas Cowboys flops of 1963, picked up two great receivers deals which resulted in the gridders still trying to learn each

:,I Carence Peaks is a Steeler and Dick Modzelewski is a Cleve- home of the Fighting Irish, is counted on to grab that short in trades Tommy McDonald from the Eagles and other's identities. Eagle fans may have trouble, too, but it t

land Brownie. yardage on crucial third down plays which kept eluding Roon- Buddy Dial from the Steelers. The latter deal can prove doesn't matter. They sell out Franklin Field for every home

': Those are only the big name, long-time favorites who were 'ey U. last season. mighty embarrassing to Buddy Parker. He gave up Dail for game anyway. ,
j shifted in an of trading by pennant-hungry grid clubs in the draft rights to Tackle Scott Appleton of Texas and the I
S orgy Injuries to Halfback Dick Hoak and Fullback John Henry It's almost the same in D. C. Stadium where the futil JEled- .
lineman to with the Oilersof
sign Houston
off-season moves. Some of the minor figures tossed into thetLt Longhorn proceeded
Johnson last year hurt the Gold and Black in vital skins are getting publicity mileage off of Sam Huff. Johnny
of personnel might as important factors in a games. the AFL. Now all Dial needs do is nab a few TD heaves
{ wide title pop up Theron Sapp, a Philadelphia Eagle castoff, came through nobly against the Steelers and Parker goes on the pan. Sample formerly of the Colts and Steelers, should strengthen a
Ii t open ; as sub in both spots but he's normally a halfback. So weak secondary. He underwent a knee operation early last

t There's an old sport adage of stay with the champion until Parker picked up Clarence Peaks from the Birds in a four Future Great season.

I iie's licked. Little Allie Sherman has piloted the New York player deal which also involved End Red Mack and Defen- Little Eddie LeBaron has retired so Don Meredith gets the Bobby Mitchell is the bright star on offsense with his pass

Nt 4 Giants to three straight Conference crowns only to fail in the sive Back Glenn Glass of Pittsburg and Linebacker Bob responsibility of chunking the ball. He's been touted as future catching. He was second in the league last year with 69 for

playoffs, twice against the Green Bay Packers and last December Harrison of the Eagles. great but hasn't reached the top as yet. 1436 yards, the latter being best in that department. But
I t to the Chicago Bears in frigid Wrigley Field. On Peaks Dissatisfied Coach Bill McPeak will have to come up with some one to
I Broadway Marra Tech will be the choice for 1964 but away Peaks was very much dissatisfied in Philly. Throughout his Tommy and Buddy will find other pass catchers of consid- take James' place as a ball carrier. I

from Big Town there's plenty of speculation that the long-pre- career there the former Michigan State star has been erable ability down Texas way. Frank Clarke, Gary Barnes,
dicted end of the Giants era is overdue. used Lee Folkins and Pettis Norman can grab the pigskin. Retire- Here's one guess as to how they'll finish.
sparingly as a ball carrier and he delights in toting the
ment of Bill Howton, of course, makes one opening on the pay- 4. Cleveland Browns.
pigskin. Had he -
Tittle, Defense been in Steeler togs a year ago Clarence i. -ci. Louis Cardinals
New York has been getting by with 1-Y. A. Tittle at quar- could well have won the pennant of Art Rooney. roll.The 5. Dallas Cowboys.2.Pittsburg .

terback. 2Great defense. Nowhere in pro football is the defensive Two rookie linebackers, Bob Griffin of San Francisco State last place Eagles and next-to-last Washington Redskins Steelers. 6.Washington Redskins
platoon cheered and idolized as in Yankee Stadium. swapped quarterbacks. Also Joe Kuharich, who quit 3. New York Giants. 7. Philadelphia Eagles.
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But Sherman ;' "" H'H; i ":" ';V"'Y<' 4.' .n.: '" n n '': 'AY"" 1 I
1 traded away Huff and Modzelewski while Andy < <'
Robustelli retired. Now the rooters will have to learn such :: : :5 P' k < 'C'f

; names as Jerry Hillebrand, Andy Stynchula and Bob Taylorin j: ; r' iJ

,' their places. : a Santa Fe Rebels Rich

When the venerable Tittle, now in his 17th pro campaign, ./
,, was led off the frozen turf of Wrigley Field during the cham-

pionship battle with the Bears last year a significant comment ., ...

swept the cramped little press box."That's ',. In
'Wt.." Tackles
., ,
the end of the Giants"
\ the
was consensus. ;+;'.{':,: t t $
3 Actually YAT came back after emergency repairs in the f", %. : ,

dressing room and almost passed the seaboard entry to a win- ,. "
ning TD. }

I This, however, is another year and Father Time has his eye Santa Fe-At-A-Glance terman junior brings experienceand
'It on the baldheaded old fellow just as he claimed Charley Coner- ', Returning Lettermen: 8 talent to the center posi

{\ ly and Bobby Layne in the past two seasons. Top all-star prospects: Half. tion. He will be capably backedup
I qCn by Frank Towers 160-
.. Plan Experiment a _jjjj1j { Y backs Layne Rooks and Doyle pound sophomore.But 's.z I

J, Glynn Griffin, the freshman QB from Mississippi, did a fine Sikes; fullback Frank Taylor;
i acting job for that movie "Making of a Quarterback" last season and tackles Trigger Hodge that's where line experience -
ti; but apparently hasn't convinced Giant brass that he's and Jim Forrester. comes to an abrupt halt. t
ready. They plan to experiment a bit with one Henry Schich- 1963 Record: Won 5, Lost 3, End and guard will be com- i l
tle of Wichita as a Tittle understudy.Lack Tied 2.Coach. pletely manned by newcomers.

of a top runner has plagued the Giants which led to : Charlie Roberts Having the inside edge at end I l

the trade for the Redskins' Dickie James. They have hopes (Florida). are Louis Feagle, a big 6-2, 195-
for Steve Thurlof, rookie from Stanford. V!
pound and Charles k
Alex Webster, veteran fullback who got more publicity Outlook: A strong backfieldand Davis. f
a gut his back ailments two rugged tackles could ray
., than his ground gaining last season, Up For Grabs
may have reached the end of the trail. Joe Don Looney, tem- bring success to Santa Fe this Guard is up for grabs between

peramental youngster from Oklahoma, whose father Don year. But inexperience, especially Mike Hiatt, Bill Westmorelandand
Looney did the catching for little Davey O'Brien years ago on the line, will haveto Bobby Wilds.

1 with Bert Bell's Philadelphia's Eagles, was drafted No. 1 and #4fr be overcome. The backfield will have added '\

is a top hope. Ernie Wheelwright from Southern Illinois has "-- '_T "'-- : __-.-__ support with hardrunningFrank
been a training camp phenom. CLEVELAND'S GREAT JIMMY BROWN ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGS Taylor at fullback. The
: Many of the experts tab the St. Louis Cardinals -Coach Charlie Roberts of
under All-Pro Fullback Leads Offense 165-pound letterman also is regarded C.
f Coach Wally Lemm, as the most likely successor of the Mara- I Santa Fe would be happy to as a standout linebacker. \,
men. have players the caliber of his

:; Last season the Redbirds wound up third with a 9-5 record halfbacks and tackles to play Quarterback will be mannedby '

I compared to the Giants' 113. Charley Johnson is considered by ronson Should every position this season. either Danny Adams or :

) many to be the best young passer in the league and throws Four top-flight performers Johnny Emerson, both non-let- ., ..wSANTA ,
.' both the short and the bomb. 4 : ,
t one long return at the two spots to give terman seniors. n a

[((1 I Top Receivers Present ThreatIn Roberts the nucleus for another "Our ball club will be young
fine Class B and the most inexperiencedwe've
Leading receivers are Bobby Joe Conrad, NFL leader in "
1C53 with 73 catches for 967 and ever had, Roberts said. K
yards, Sonny Randle, tenth The halfbacks are Doyle
.\ 51 for 1014 "We will be physically stronger S
yards. Sikes, a rugged 5-11, 195 pounder -
The Cards recieved a jolt when Bill Triplett their fine run- RiverlandBronsonAtA and speedy 150-pound Layne than last year-and with experience "-
ning back, was declared out for the season due to tuberculos we would be tougn.
i, Rooks. Both are two-year let- .
:' :s. But halfback/ PrentIce Gautt and fullback Joe Childress, terman juniors. Santa Fe Schedule: 'WIUI&

I missing last year due to injuries, may take up the slack. Glance ford in 1955. He lists as his Sept. 18 at Madison FE BACKFIELD TALENTF.

John David Crow, another jinxed performer, will be a big Returning Lettermen: 9 ,coaching credentials a Bachelor's Sikes, described a "b i g, Sept. 2 Open Taylor (24), R. Taylor (22), Sikes (32)
help if he's sound. tough, strong runner" by Roberts
and a Master's degree In
8 at Madison
Top All-star Half- Sept. -
Willie Crenshaw of Kansas State, a standout in the College prospects: Physical Education from the also may see playing time 25 Starke 5 Year Continuation Guarantee!
Sept. -
All-Star game, may play either offense or defense. back Bill Schossler and Cen- at tackle if needed. Oct. 9 I another feature of the new
The Redbirds have good kicking to help their chances. Sa- ter Morris Moody UF.The coach picks Cedar Key Rooks sparkled in spring 16 at Green Cove GOLD KEY AUTO POLICYEmory I
fetyman Jerry Stovall is the punter while Jim Bakken, the Coach: John A. Rutledge and Melrose as the teams to practice and is rated a terrific SpringsOct. I II. I

placekicker, has a record of 44 straight conversions. He made (Florida) beat, with Hawthorne as a break-away threat. 23 at Fer n and i D aI I t .. I I
good on 11 of 21 field goal tries in '63 to lead the team in scor- Record Last year: 9 wins, probable darkhorse. However, I. Beach CljQf'C!

ing with 77 points. one loss, 0 ties he thinks his Eagles can win Bruising TacklesIn Oct. 30 at Orange Park I ,. :
The Cleveland Browns, runnerup last year with a 10.4 rec- Outlook: Bronson has the loop championship if no in- the tackle department will Nov. 6 -MacclennyNov. !
ord, and the Pittsburgh Steelers, fourth with a 7-4-3, are the be a pair of bruising 210- I
other logical flag contenders. enough experience to hold its juries sideline key personnel. pounders, Trigger Hodge and I 13 at Lake Butler I 1109 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 3764582"Gainesville's
own in the 6 man Riverland Nov. 20 P. K. Yonge
Bronson Schedule Both two-
Jim Forrester. are ,
Conference, but a weakness in -- --------- -
Marked Man Sept. 18, at Melrose letterman seniors. '
The great Jimmy Brown overshadows everyone on the Ohio reserves means the Eagles Sept. 25, Taylor H i gh of year I
,; squad despite being a marked man Sunday after Sunday, He can't afford any injuries. PiersonOct. Roberts calls the tackle

lost prestige in some quarters by putting the rap on ex-Coach 9, HawthorneOct. demons "capable blockers and I : ; ;
Paul Brown and recently was on the receiving end when Otto BRONSON Coach John Rut- 16, at Cedar Key defensive tackles." He also expects ji
Graham, QB on the great championship teams censured Jim ledge lost most of his 1963 Oct. 23, Melrose to get a lot of mileage I
for blocking failures. Bronson team via graduation, out of Steve Truluck and
Oct. 30, at Taylor High of
Frank Ryan does mot of the passing for Coach Blanton but he appears to have ample Pierson Charles Kersey in the tackle

Collier's club and Gary Collins has developed into a first I personnel to make his team a Nov. 13, HawthorneNov. department. I I ThCUrnvezstt inn
|( i class receiver. The Browns lost many supporters when they threat this year.
I 20, Cedar Key Jimmy Cole, 185-pound let-;
were clobbered by the Packers in Miami's Playoff Bowl. All conference halfback Bill' t
Bright new hopeful is Paul Warfied of Ohio State who Schossler returns along with' I II )

sped that important pass in Soldier Field against the eight other lettermen. I Sallta Fe Football Roster Iv IIIV _ J :'

I Irs. He's likely to replace End Rich Kreitling traded off Other lettermen include I i \
center I /
b u the Bruins. Year in No. of V \
| Morris Moody, Bronson's Name Ht. Wt. School Letters Pos
Billy Truax of LSU and kicking specialist Dick Van Raap-
I biggest at 5-8, 185 pounds. Dayis. Charles 5-10 160 Sr. 0 LEo
horst from Ohio State rate attention. Retirement of Jim Shof- I Moody is three year veteran. Blanton, Jerry 5.8 150 Jr. 0 LEWeisner Finest"t
ner veteran right cornerback, leaves a hole in the secondary Leslie Jordan four Jon 5-10 160 Sr. 0 U \
? which wasn't too impressive. Walter Beach from Central I year veteran Emerson, Jimmy 5.8 140 Jr 0 LE
t Michigan, brought up from the taxi squad, will be in conten- should head a tested end \ Feagle Louis 6-2 195 Sr. 0 RE
corps. Glyn Holmes and Steve' Bunshelmier, James 5-8 135 Jr. 0 RE /
k tion with veterans Bernie Parrish, Ross Fichtner, Bobby I Bird will aid Jordan at the Martin Larry 5-8 155 Jr. 0 RE The place to meet
Franklin and Jim Shorter. [flanker position. I Hodge Trigger 5-9 210 Sr. 2 LT
Truluck. Steve 5-9 185 Jr. 0 LT
Jobs Open Dale Davis, 5-8, 145 pounds,1 Green, Tim 5-8 175 So 0 LT friends
Center Frank Morze and Guard Ted Connolly announced and Horace Moody, 5-9, 185''' Wood, Jerry 5-10 210 Sr. 0 LT

retirement to leave a couple of jobs open in the forward wall. pounds will battle for the start-' Sikes Forrester Doyle Jim 5-11 5-10 210 US Jr.Sr. 2 2 RT RT-I

,, The Steelers are counting on their two top draft picks, ing nod at fullback. Moody has Keney, Charles 5-11 195 Jr. 0 RT-I groups
a Halfback Paul Martha from Pitt and End Jim Kelly from the size that many eleven man Mike, Hiatt 5-9 143 Jr 0 LG

coaches would like to have ai Smith WestMoreland. Charles Bill 5-8 5-1 145 150 Jr.So. 0 0 LG LG clubs for lunch and dinner

fullback. ; I Wilds: B bb-y- 5-8 140 Jr. 0 RG
Johnny Griffin, a two year i( Beck Bill 5-8 ISO So 0 RG I
veteran, returns to play quar-, Cole Jimmy 5-10 185 Jr. 1 C Carriage
terback. Towers Frank 5-11 150 So. 0 C
|J Adams, Donny 5-7 135 Sr. 0 QB
Rutledge also Is counting on Emerson. Johnny 5-9 145 S,. 0 QBWestmoreland
many younger boys. I iI Ba 5-9 150 Sa. 0 QB Steak Room
Rooks, 5-9 150 Jr. 2 LH
Rutledge begins his 10th year': Layne
I Petty, James 5-9 131 Jr. 0 LH
I at Bronson where he has wonseveral Boggs. Donald 5-6 125 Sr. 0 LH
I Riverland grid chain-': I Taylor Russell 5-9 145 Sr. 1 RH
pionships. He was third behind 'I Augnn, Bryant 5-9 160 Sr. 0 RH \' Special Lunch from
Fields, Butch 5-7 140 Jr. 0 RH
Cedar Key and Melrose last I
g e Prentice Ronnie 5-7 150 Sr. I F. ?
t year. Crawford, Mac 5-9 175 Sa. 0 Fa I $1.25
r Rutledge came to Bronson af t- Taylor. Frank 5-9 165 Jr. I FaI j1wIc v j

Ii (I er a year of teaching at Bran- Noon t Two P.M.

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Bro1lson Football. Roster I
No Florida has I II y :
Year i. No. of' ever y Eleven A.M.-Two A.M.
.. ,' NOMe Ht. Wt. School Letters Pes.Schossler come close to matching thejj! a?r
Pro Stars Bill 6-0 110 Sr. 2 HI .one-game record set in 1949 by. i Dancing:
i Moody. Horace 5-9 115 Sr. I FB I Fred Montsdeoca. .
{I Moody, Morris 5-1 lIS Sr. 3 C I Bobby Griffin Combo
Montsdeoca booted the ban
Jordan, Leslie 5-9 160 Sr. 4 E I
Don Meredith (L) of the
t Q Richard Parker Orch.
Holmes, Glyn 5-10 135 Sr. 1 E nine times against Alabama and \
[ Dallas Cowboys, and Bernie, Bird. Steve 5-11 150 Jr. 2 E I averaged 53 ry .
I an even yards per t Coats &Ties Please l
Griffin JOhllllJ 5-1 140 Jr 2
I Parrish (above) two QBLee.
are i
I Larry 5-11 145 Jr. 2 E kick. Alabama won the game: .
top-rateplayers in the NFL I Davis Dole 5-1 145 So I FB {;against the Gator "Golden Era"jiteam. I U.S. 441 South +-- 4 r Phone FR 26333r

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fr 12 Football Special Sunday September 6, 1964
i I

I, Power at Both ., Ends in New Pacific EightI

i:t By GEORGE.ROSS 2. Southern Cal: Gone via high. He lost all his linebackers -With Cool Craig Morton pitching spring, and has two fine flankers gon schools play only each The Ducks will miss big fast disciple, will probably get the
II" .7 Sports Editor, graduatiun and pro-contracts are but picked up two fine junior passes and new Coach Ray Jerrry Mosher and Loren other, Stanford, and the two halfback Mel Renfro tho ugh !Washington Staters back on the
,'It : Oakland TribuneOAKLAND the four B-Boys, and 10 other college replacements, Jim Willsey bringing pro savvy backto Hawley, as 'Morton targets-in Washington schools in "conference Dennis Keller is looked upon ground for tough defensive foot-
Calif The old lettermen, but Coach John Mc- Walker, 200, and Marv Bain, his alma mater, this couldbe addition to Craig's magnet- play" this season, so how with pride by Coach Len Casa- ball and a pass less, r u amore -
J Pacific Coast Conference by Kay will have '17 other letter- 198. the best Cal eleven in years. handed highschool team mate, do you compare them? Coach nova. Len will need backfield offense built around Clar-

any, other name now and '''a bumper crop of "- O. Morton, working on a club with 6-5 end Jack Schraub. Returnof Tommy Prothro, who has had help from the sophs and jay- ence Williams, a 195pounderwith }
.f t eight-strong from Canada to sophomore ahletes including : \t{. : k _. : little striking force on the Alan Nelson as a running eight winning years out cf nineas cee transfers to field a bowl filler 9.6s speed. ,
.. S
Mexico as the West's most pow quarterback Rod Sherman who ':," .. L ., 'ground, hit 49 percent of his back after a year layoff adds head coach, had a fine club but Casanova has a reputa- Among the coast independents -
: erful football alliance, is solod- had a good spring training session -: It's strange, but young Tro- I passes, long and short, for 14 some size to the halfbackfullback [last year and keeps 21 letter- tion for getting the job done. University of Pacific is
ly anchored the power is at] and competes ''with vet jan teams have been these TDs and 1,475 yards in 1963. corps and Willsey adds men plus the graduates of a : '7. UCLA: TheBruinscon- also guided by a new coacn, ex-
both ends, in Seattle and Los'Craig Fertig for a starter's job.: which made "Fight On For Old Rugged ScheduleIf five sophomore linemen at 200- strong frosh club. Gordon tinue to be.a. mystery. They pro Don (Tiny) Campora, who
I" Angeles. Halfback Mike Garrett, the SC." famous. This is a youthfulyear the Bears get decently past :plus pounds to bolster a good Queen at quarterback is a fine bombed in '63 then exploded inherits at least one gem in

I At least that's where the "ex AAWU's leading rusher as a for the Trojans, building that murderous early schedule vet backlog from tackle to tac one even without Vern Burke to to blast Washington apart. quarterback Tom Strain 180 -
perts" say it is on the eve of'soph in '63,- is a beauty at 90 around a fine mix of vets, the with the top teams in th? coun- kle., It's a possible end to long throw to, and five of hiseter- Their spring drills turned up pounder being touted as the
l the 1964 college grid season pounds, maybe the best in the PacEight's best frosh crop anda try, they'd have to be reckoned hibernation for the BerkeleyBear. an playmates are ends, five with considerable sparkle afoot, best Bengal passer since Eddie
I opening.But country. classy covey of junior colleg- with on the home front on are halfbacks and fullback! where it was all slog and stum- LeBaron. Tiny is figurirg 0 n
the Athletic Association of McKay has a veteran line returning -ians. pride and confidence a 1 o n 4. Oregon State: It's a funny Booker Washington is presentto ble before. If Larry Zero's re- help from sophs and junior col-
Western Universities, heretofore with guard Bill Fisk 3. California: Can a Blue and Willsey turned up a good e.1 I conference, this Six with two I be accounted for. Rich Koe- cord setting passing can be lege transfers to fit in around
r A'' called the Big Six but now renamed -and tackle Mlkt Giers touted!Gold Bear be a dark horse? in sophomore Lloyd Reist added cylinders. The two Ore-:,per, 2-1 -pound tackle, may be complemented with some runn-115 lettermen as he shifts to a
the Pacific Eight has one of the country's linemen. ing attack to open the field, the slot T to capitalize on Strain's

a of crossing experts.; "The Farm" Billy Barnes Bruins can restore throwing and a good looking
way up
11 They do it by dissipation. The 'GOLDEN ERA' GIVES WARD 5. Stanford: Alums cali Stan- another threat at the soj.h end I corps of receivers.San .
conference schools l dissipate, ford "The Farm" and critics of the Pacific Coast. Jose State lost three fine

their energies taking on the have called it a country club, Big Losses (halfbacks including speedster
"'1\,\ toughest out -of conference University of Florida has re- arship Committee. the first Scholarship is wing- but second-year Coach John I 8. Washington State.: The Walt Roberts but has Ken Bar-

competition in the coun- ceived the donation of an athletic The committee also ncludes back Don Knapp of Pensacola.] Ralston has been called one of Cougars lost six, lost a coach, ry Oregon Bob's QB brother

try so that by time they get scholarship from "G 0 I d Frank Lorenzo, Angus Williams, "This is a unique award by the, best young teachers in the lost two quarterbacks includingDale -back to direct the Spartan at-
Era" football team Ford who quit football to tack for Coach Bob Titchenal.Ken .
down to intraconference may- en meinCharlie LaPradd, Russ Godwin business and that may be the
bers first such award the most unique group I have concentrate on baseball, lost hit on 60 percent of his
it's by
hem later in the season anybody's Bob Cummings and Eld- key to an Indian uprising. Stan-
of of athletes in collegiate ever come in contact with," fullback Herm McKee who lefta passes in '63 and has a con-
gangfight to the steps a group ex ridge Beach.Presented. ford is looking bigger, stronger
the Rose Bowl. history.Florida said Graves. "Members of the and- at last faster for '64. year early for the pro game, siderable task force of targets
With readmission of the Uni- Athletic Director Ray Annually 'Golden Era have expressed a If John turns up a fullback and turned the returning 19 coming back. Eighteen letter23 -
versity of Oregon at Eugene Graves made the announcement The Golden Era Gator Scholloyalty to the University down among the 88 candidates in- squad members over to new sophomores in a rebuilding
t and Oregon State University at I Saturday following conferences arship" will be presented an- through the years which should ;I cluding 21 lettermen and some Bert Clark, who also man join 17 JC transfers and

Corvallis, PacEight schools will with a committee which represents nually to the freshman football be an example to everybody. I !fine frosh prospects, he could greeted 29 sophomores. Clark, program which could jell I

eventuallly tighten up on out-, the "Golden Era", the player making the highest aca- don't know of any other group !scalp-um_ a_ _few unsuspecting_ '1 I a Bud Wilkinson Jim Owens I quickly.! ______
of-area games, but they're still! Gator football teams of 1946-49. demic average his first two tri- of ex football players who have settlers. Halfbacks Dick Rags-J

something of a charter flight "This group which played together mesters. Winning freshman will banded together like this one, dale is a 175 pound gem,
conference for 1964 and several I during the 'Golden Era' be announced following the sec- let alone do such a fine thing quarterback Dick Berg Always 'First String" Service

seasons to come. Therein lies I i wanted to show its appreciation ond trimester. for their University." ,developed well as a sophomore::

the rub. for the opportunity to play football The "Golden Era" group also Knapp will attend school at last season and has competition ,!

Easy Pick I at Florida and of earning made the scholarship oacFlorida, starting Sept. 8, on the ; from Terry DeSylvia, former;)
\\ Last year the experts had an an education," said Fred Montstive.,to include last year's fresh"Golden Era Gator Schol- Oregon QB who dropped back I : r Delicious FoodReasonable
easy pick, nominating the Southern deoca, Chairman of the Schol man football team. Winner of arship." + to junior college and transferred -i
1 California Trojans as can't-' I to Stanford. Bob Howard is''I 3 ,i', S
I miss repeaters to take the Big a top end prospect, and Stan
Six apart, possibly repeat as ford's big 1 ine includes 241-\ = ; Price

National Champs, and surely 'pound tackle Bob Nichols, 240-J; I C THE PLACE
bathe in eau d'rose on New ,pound tackle Dick V euwen- I S. .

Years Day. I ''berg, 225pound guard Jack I v TO GO
But El Troje had dates with! 1 Chapple, among others includ!

people like Colorado, Oklahoma -! I :ing 234-pound sophomore center IS THE .
Michigan State, Notre;: flee |i Jim Mills. 1 u sI

Dame and Ohio State before! "S Pe ,! Th555 1 6. Oregon: The 1963 Sun

coming home to slap the neigh-:, IBowl champs have quarterbackIBob I i

bor kids around, and by that! i Berry back in the cockpitand PRIMROSE Ni
time the Trojans were woozy.| that is a tremendous plus. ,
Oklahoma rapped them 17-12,!j I S Oregonians think he's the na-i II I
Michigan State came close, and s tion's top QB prospect and his I I II Ii i
Notre Dame's 17-14 win got SC,: A 1963 stats stand up; he led the I
} started on a slide right out of! country with 16 TD tosies: and Conveniently Located Downtown
the Top 10. t.u was sixth in total offense with

By time Washington and USC 3K .. z s 4 iy 1,733 yards despite missing; a 214 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 6-5329
got together a new AAWU I game with a knee injury and
champ was hand-fighting his iw .stiff legging it for a while.
I -
1 way to the top. Intersectional, .
1 foes had done their work at'!

California, Stanford was strug'
gling, UCLA has jousted unwisely -:
a 9iI
and not well with Pitt, Penn yA7

State, Syracuse Notre Dame,; .
J Illinois and Air Force before -: !StiiS: .-i(.;..: ',-". : : .

!, surprise bopping Washington &
1\ and getting scragged by USCI .
f The Big Six was like that.1
f The PacEight will be too, until,I
schedule makers reestablish around
For Her .
robin and tell the na: :
tion's toughs to stay home. i : : s Glen of Michigan

Favor Huskies
The experts shade toward

Washington's Huskies to repeatin x ., 9 Jeune Leiguc I
1964, ignoring some "ifs"!
worth examining. They like USC|': Mister Pants

despite 1 o s s of senior guests'' ,
named Pete Beathard Hal Bed-:, :if' Country Shirt

sole Bame, Willie and i others.Brown There, Dam are on. 'New Ere Grid Scholarship o Yankee Pedlar

those who look for Califor-:
nia as a dark say horse bet built i The Golden Era gang scholarship committee has announced an annual award to the University of Floridaof
around great quarterback Craig i funds to provide an athletic scholarship. Front row, from left, are Angus Williams. Russ Godwin and
Morton and a new coach. I Frank Lorenzo. Back row, left to right, are UF assistant coach John Eibner, Eldredge Beach, Gator coach .
Ray Graves and Fred Montsdeoca.Browns .
Ah, yes! Cal's schedule, for
example: Missouri, Illinois,
Minnesota, Miami, Navy BE-
FORE USC and the neighbor-I 'tl ;fir s % J

hood gangs. Bank BrownBy 1
Life for pickers in the Pac on :,

Eight is a perilous pursuit.Here's .
a thumbnail summary: JACK HAND I Cleveland Browns once more has gained about seven miles in quarterback, recently commented -I 1UL UIIII IIiIII' ."U1

1. Washington: Could take it HIRAM, Ohio (AP) Otto I are building their title hopes on seven years. "The Browns will not win I

all if quarterback Bill Douglasis Graham to the contrary, theKeystone Jim Brown the fullback who Graham, former Cleveland I anything as long as Brown is For Him .
sound. Bill got a knee wrecked there. He is a great athlete, but f
in the Rose Bowl, missed I he doesn't block.] I Southwick Suits I

I spring practice, has spent long Heights Lacks Blanton Collier, who once "
hours running up and down stadium coached Graham and now Griffon SuitsJefferson 1

steps and otherwise get- coaches the Browns, becomes, y-
ting ready for a senior year to Three Main Ingredients indignant about any raps on Jim e Slacks -f -
cap an outstanding career. Brown. I Florsheim Shoes -
at QB.
Without him questions
Jim Sartoris, a junior college Kcj stone-at-a-Glance Mill need a lot or work in all Good football teams need experience "It" was said an Collier unfair thing to)i Gold Cup Socks ,
say, at theBrowns' }
transfer from Glendale, Calif., Returning lettermen: 10 ,areas. Rhoden, who has depth and weight. Key! I

might answer them for Coach Top all-star prospects: Full- replaced Roy Spradley as stone Heights' Indians lack I.,lege. "Jim camp does at everything Hiram Col I e CoxMooreSweaters \\vii-I r
Jim is a these qualities for 1964 but the I Ii
Jim Owens. Sampson
back Stefan Brokas, h a 1- coach, feels the Indians ill be i ask him to do. He is primarily a
letterman quarterback and Al ever.growing school has huge I
Libke did a good job of it until back Johnny Muir, halfback better on defense but the of- quantities of desire which may ball carrier. It is not fair to criticize -! jie 1 T i j

shifted out to end where he dida Billy Belote, end Gary Cooper fense is going to need passers help overcome much of the other -I him. I never asked him to, Come in browse ; ..
good job of that too. end Jim Davis. and receivers. "Cross the fingers points. do anything" that he hasn't\ let's discuss the new fall ; ti.1 .

1963 Record: Won 4, Lost 6. ,-work hard and see whatit Les Rhoden moved over:done. fashions what's new \\1 j_ I : "

Top FullbackThe Coach: Les Rhoden (Flor- looks like in November," is from Jennings, will have prob-; Set Record I on campus our run- 1 I
Huskies have the back- ence State). the word. ," ; .
lems ,with a sticky schedule that '
| Inasmuch as Brown set a new ners win be gbd to assist > ; :
field otherwise well in hand, Outlook: The Indians lost Keystone tangles with in the
'NFL record last by backs will be
with 210-pound fullback Junior heavily by graduation and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS St. Johns Conference. His 29- year you, your
rated of the i 1,863 yards rushing and scored, outstanding, you can go I i ss.
Coffey one coun- lists ] 10
man squad
only sen- .
J .
15 touchdowns, Collier
best and halfbacks Steve I obviously: through our lines for a '
try's Football iors which should be a help J I
,isn't about to blast his
Bramwell and Charlie Browning'not Keystolle Schedule for the future. super, touchdown, and of course
star. \; .
far off the standards. Bram- Year in No. of 1 Half of his returning letter-I;; i you'll get the extra point.
well is a 160 pound scooter, Nome Ht Wt. School Letters POSe men have played two seasons. I Jim Ninowski has been taking For Her "
do-it- Andrewsen, Lance 5-10 130 So 0 E !i of chance to
Browning a 200 pound Allen, George 5-11 140 Sr. 2 C They include George Allen, cen- advantage a play
alL !' Belote. Billy 5-9 130 8 0 QB ter; Gary Cooper, end; Bruce while Frank Ryan has been out
(Item: Coffey was the unanimous Bird Thomas 5-8 150 Sr. 2 G Moon, guard; Thomas Bird, I with injuries. Ninowski, the No..: :;,.
All-Conference full back. Brakes, Stefan 6-0 170 So. I FB ,guard; and Marshall Pardee,,12 quarterback, hit with five: Free Parking On Stag 'n Dra
Dunce BlIck 5-10 150 Sr- 0 HB
Browning who spelled him, was tackle. touchdown passes in an exhibi- First Federal Lot t
Burkholter David 5-7 130 Jr. 0 C I I ;:)
named second string fullback. Chapman Cliff 5-8 140 Sr. I QB i Other veterans are Stefan tion with Pittsburgh. !

I He's a halfback now because Cooper Gory 5-11 145 So. 2 E Owens turned Wil Carlisle Palll 5-9 130 Jr. 0 HB
Jerry Davie
up quarterback; Jim : .
Davie. JiM 5-10 145 Jr. I E :top draf choice from Ohio For Him .
liams, 200 pounder who Glenn Chester 5-11 185 So. 0 TI end; Elam Glissom, halfback State has taken ,
over as split ,
led the Husky Frosh in '63.) Glissom ElaM HBGuernsy. and Paul full iiilif& :: ;: ;::-:'. :.:":-:- .::::::::;:;: .;."
I I I 5-11 150 Sr. I ; Rodney _.
I end, replacing Rich Kreitling, .:m : : J$ ::rc.iifa; ; ,
The Husky line is a Huskyline. Bruce 5-6 120 'So. 0 F back-tackle. You'll'Fi
HOMer, Ronnie 5-7 135 Jr. 0 HB .who was traded to the Chicago; 1n d '
Redman 210 is All-
i Biggest men on the squadare _
Homer, Wayne 5-6 120 Fr. 0 G Bears. j
American material at a guard i Moon" Bruce 5-7 145 Sr. 2 G a pair of 185pounders.They Both 13 fti'ir 1
pairs with Koll Hagen, 195, beside Moon, Johnny 5-8 140 So. 0 C are Pardee and sophomore Gary Collins who caught 13, Them
center Fred Forsberg 212. Mooneyhem Jerry 5-8 140 So. 0 G tackle Chester Glenn. TD passes in 1963, is'the flanker -i r
former Muir Johnny 5-8 130 Fr. 0 HB and Jim Brewer, who has & I t
Mike Otis, 200 pound Pordee Marshall 5-9 185 Sr. -2 T Rhoden feels the Indians are < A. < f fMupi
fullback, is Rick's mate at line- I Paul Rodney 5-10 160 S,. I FB.T i weak at tackle and in the back-I been injured in the exhibition 1' i
backing. Tackles are excellent Wolloce Roy 6-0 140 So. 0 QB field and, lack depth at end, season, is the tight end, backed i If <
with twins Jerry and Jon Knoll, Whisenon' Ronnie 5-11 160 S,. 0 T guard and center. by Tom Hutchinson. Collier is, 13 West j :
Wildt JiMMY 5-4 100 F,. 0 E
225-pounders, Jim Norton, 225, Sutton" Lee 5-8 150 Sr. 0 G But the ex paratrooper has high on Walt Roberts, a 5-9,165-i
sophomore Steve Orr, 220,: Zike, Mike 5.1 150 So. 0 T no fears about his "jump" into pound rookie from San Jose University Aye. ; ;:;mEj: ;; &$mmte&M&i & '
Heinz Schiemann, 195. There DeWitt Terry 5-5 115 fro 0 B the brand of competition his State and Clifton McNeil from i i i i -
: This,. JiM 6-0 150 Jr.- _0 T '
are six letterman ends. club will play. the taxi squad. l

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at Both Ends in New Pacific Eight : ;. ;

$ By. GEORGE ROSS 2. Southern Cal: Gone via high. He lost all his linebackers -With Cool Craig Morton pitch- spring and has two fine flank gon schools play only each .The Ducks will miss big, fast disciple, will probably get; the .
I ;, Sports Editor, graduation and pro-contracts are but picked up two tine junior ing passes and new Coach Ray ers, Jerrry Mosher ,and Loren other, Stanford, and the two halfback Mel Renfro tho ugh Washington Staters back on the ,
j Oakland Tribune the four B-Boys and 10 other college replacements Jim Willsey bringing pro savvy backto Hawley, as 'Morton targets-in ,Washington schools in "conference [Dennis Keller is looked upon ground for tough defensive foot '
OAKLAND, Calif The old lettermen but Coach John Mc- Walker, 200, and Marv Bain, his alma mater, this couldbe addition to Craig's magnet- play" this season so how with pride by Coach Len Casa- ;ball and a pass less, run- .
Pacific- Coast Conference, by Kay will have '17 other letter- 198. the best Cal eleven in years. handed highschool team mate, do you compare them? Coach I nova. Len will need backfield more offense built around Clarence '
I any other name now reunited men and a bumper crop of Morton working on a club with 6-5 end Jack Schraub. Returnof Tommy Prothro, who has had help from the sophs and jay- Williams, a 195pounderwith i
eight-strong from Canada to I sophomore ahletes including I ; : (,... ... little striking force on the i Alan Nelson as a running eight winning years out cf nineas cee transfers to field a bowl filter 9.6s speed. '
Mexico as the West's most pow. quarterback Rod Sherman, who I u. 'u ._ .. .......38, ground hit 49 percent of his! back after a year layoff adds head coach had a fine club but Casanova has a reputa- Among the coast independents -
erful football alliance, is solod- had a good spring training session It's strange but young Trojan passes, long and short for 14 some size to the halfbackfullback last year and keeps 21 letter- tion for getting the job done. University of Pacific is
ly anchored the power is at and competes ''with vet teams have been these,TDs and 1,475 yards in 1963. corps and Willsey adds men plus the graduates of a] 7. UCLA: The Bruins con- also guided by a new coach, ex-
both ends in Seattle and Los Craig Fertig for a starter's job.I which made "Fight On For Old Rugged ScheduleIf I five sophomore linemen at 200- strong frosh club. Gordon, tinue to be.a. mystery. They pro Don (Tiny) Campers, who
Angeles.At Halfback Mike Garrett the:SC" famous. This is a youthful, the Bears get decently past plus pounds to bolster a good:Queen at quarterback is a fine] bombed in '63 then exploded inherits at least one gem in
least that's where the "ex- AAWU's leading rusher as a I year for the Trojans, building' that murderous early schedule vet backlog from tackle to tac one even without Vern Burke to to blast Washington apart. quarterback Tom Strain 180 -
perts" say it is on the eve of soph in '63, is a beauty at 90 around a fine mix of vets, the with the top teams in the country -kle.. It's a possible end to long throw to, and five of his veteran -Their spring drills turned u p pounder being touted as the
the 1964 college grid season pounds maybe the best in the' PacEight's best frosh crop anda they'd have to be reckoned hibernation for the Berkeley playmates are ends, five with considerable sparkle afoot best Bengal passer since Eddie J
opening.But country. classy covey of junior colleg- with on the home front on Bear. are halfbacks, and fullback! where it was all slog and stum-: LeBaron. Tiny is figurirg 0 n
the Athletic Association of McKay has a veteran line returning -ians. pride and confidence alone. 4. Oregon State: It's a funny Booker Washington is presentto ble before. If Larry Zero's record -help from sophs and junior colelege ;
Western Universities heretofore with guard Bill Fisk 3. California: Can a Blue and Willsey turned up a good backin I conference, this Six with two I. be accounted for. Rich Koe- setting passing can be! transfers to fit in around ,
called the Big Six but now renamed -and tackle Mifct Giers touted!Gold Bear be a dark horse? sophomore Lloyd Reist this added cylinders. The two Ore-.' per 240-pound tackle l may be complemented with some running -: 15 lettermen as he shifts to a
the Pacific Eight hasa :one or the country 1 s linemen. I attack to open the fieid, the i slot T to capitalize on Strain's
: Billy Barnes Bruins can restore I throwing and a good looking
way of crossing up experts. 'I "The Farm"
They do it by dissipation. The 'GOLDEN ERA' GIVES WARD I 5. Stanford: Alums cali Stan another threat at the souih end corps of receivers.San .
of the Pacific Coast. three fine
conference schools dissipate I ford "The Farm" and critics Jose State lost
their energies taking on the have called it a country club,j I Big Losses I I halfbacks including speedster
toughest out of conference University of Florida has re- arship Committee. the first scholarship is wing- I but second-year Coach John 8. Washington State: The Walt Roberts but has Ken Bar-

competition in the coun- ceived the donation of an athletic The committee also includes back Don Knapp of Pensacola. Ralston has been called one of Cougars lost six, lost a coach, ry Oregon Bob's QB brother
try so that by time they get scholarship from "G 0 1 d Frank Lorenzo, Angus Williams, This is a unique award by the best young teachers In the lost two quarterbacks includingDale -back to direct the Spartan attack I
down to intraconference may. en Era" football team members Charlie LaPradd, Russ Godwin business and that may he the Ford who quit football to for Coach Bob Titchenal.Ken .
hem later in the season it's any- first such award by Bob Cummings and Eld- the most unique group lave :key to an Indian uprising. Stanford concentrate on baseball, lost hit on 60 percent of his
body's gangfight to the steps of a group of ex athletes in col'd Beach. ever come in contact with, i is looking bigger stronger fullback Herm McKee who lefta passes in '63 and has a con-
the Rose Bowl. legiate history. ge said Graves. "Members of the I and- at last faster for '64. year early for the pro game, siderable task force of targets
With readmission of the Uni Florida Athletic Director Ray Presented Annually 'Golden Era have expressed a 'Ilf John turns up a fullb a c k and turned the returning 19 coming back. Eighteen letter23 -
versity of Oregon at Eugeneand Graves made the announcement The Golden Era Gator Scholloyalty to the University down among the 88 candidates including squad members over to new sophomores in a rebuilding;
Oregon State University at Saturday following conferences arship" will be presented an- through the years which should 21 lettermen and some coach Bert Clark, who also man join 17 JC transfers and S
Corvallis, PacEight schools will i with a committee which represents nually to the freshman football be an example to everybody. I fine frosh prospects he could greeted 29 sophomores. Clark, program which could j jell

eventuallly tighten up on out- the "Golden Era", the player making the highest aca- don't know of any other group scalp-um __a _few unsuspecting. \),a Bud Wilkinson Jim Owens:|I quickly.
of-area games but they're still. Gator football teams of 1946-49. demic average his first two tri of ex football players who have settlers. Halfbacks h Dick Rags-

something of a charter flight "This group which played together mesters. Winning freshman will banded together like this one, I dale is a 175 pound gem,\
conference for 1964 and several' during the 'Golden Era' be announced following the sec let alone do such a fine thing i quarterback Dick Berg I II Always "First String" Service
seasons to come. Therein lies wanted to show its appreciation ond trimester. for their University." I developed well as a sophomorelast

the rub. I for the opportunity to play football The "Golden Era" group also Knapp will attend school at i season and has competition'

Easy Pick I. at Florida and of earning made the scholarship retzoacFlorida: starting Sept. 8, on the i from Terry DeSylvia former;
Last year the experts had an an education," said Fred Montstive, to include last year's fresh"Golden Era Gator Schol- :Oregon QB who dropped back I Delicious FoodReasonable
easy pick, nominating the Southern deoca Chairman of the Schol man football team. Winner of arship." I to junior college and transferred -i I
California Trojans as can't-'i I to Stanford. Bob Howard is: ; L ,. )'lf r
miss repeaters to take the Big I sa top end prospect and Stan-i V -
Six apart, possibly repeat as ford's big 1 ine includes 241- !! = Price
National Champs, and surely: > :,., I pound tackle Bob Nichols! 240-; r -.
bathe in eau d'rose on New' r aqb pound tackle Dick Leeuwen- ? .
Years Day. I w i!berg 225- pound guard Jack \ TO GOIS ,
But El Troje had dates with I I Chappie among others including fi

people like Colorado Oklahoma a I( l ,i,, .. 234-pound sophomore center : THE. .
Michigan State, Notre I Jim Mills. 1 fJ
Dame and Ohio State before, N a a af Sun' J
6. Oregon: The 1963 vHfld'PRIMROSE
coming home to slap the neigh-: II Bowl champs have quarterbackBob j +,
bor kids around and by that I x A 9.ry. \ I 'zI R Berry back in the cockpit I INConveniently
time the Trojans were woozy. and that is a tremendous plus.
Oklahoma rapped them 17-12,i Oregonians think he's the na :
Michigan State came close, and: tion's top QB prospect and his i i t
Notre Dame's 17-14 win got SC 1963 stats stand up; he led the i
started on a slide right out of I country with 16 TD tosies: and Located Downtown
the Top 10. was sixth in total offense with:'

By time Washington and USC 'H: 1,733 yards despite mbs.n;; a. 214 W. University Ave. Ph. FR 6-5329 [
got together a new AAWU I w P game with a knee injury and
champ was hand-fighting h i sway I !stiff legging it for a while. i ,
to the top. Intersectional, I \
foes had done their work at'I'

California, Stanford was struggling : nk i
UCLA has jousted unwisely -,:I $ wj ,\
and not well with Pitt Penn

State Syracuse Notre Dame,! ;
Illinois and Air Force before pk' .

surprise bopping Washingtonand & ,
getting scragged by USC. H
The Big Six was like that. I : .
The PacEight will be too, until|I J
schedule makers reestablish a
round robin and tell the na: S.T4.. w CWa For Her .

tion's toughs to stay home. 5 -AJ., o Glen of Michigan

Favor Huskies i
The experts shade toward Harburt

Washington's Huskies to repeatin h <, :: o Jeune Leigue
1964 ignoring some "ifs"
worth examining. They like USC o Mister Pants
despite 1 o s s of senior guests
named Pete Beathard Hal Bed-I ""'" --_. ,3..4 .,.;.... > sole Willie Brown, Damon, 'New Era9 Grid ::;p-'1ii: ''' ; ;'? iifii''i-J.s'. : :;.... -
Scholarship ... % :tt' .. --=- Yankee Pedlar
Bame and others. There are -" S: 1f.r;:: ;;! -
those who say look for Califor-' .=1:... :'3.f/t: :;;..: l.i i'i.i i\! :.. -;.,. -
nia as a dark horse bet built''' The Golden Era gang; scholarship committee has announced an annual award to the University of Floridaof ............ ... ":"" .':-;"." 0, .: '.>,--r'.,x' '....f.. 'Mf o .':::'..!"";:;:......:..!!',!!.,''.,",.
i funds to provide an athletic scholarship. Front from left Angus Williams Russ Godwin ', \ ._.... ., J y. ". '"' ;
around great quarterback Craig row are and .'_ [..".,-( .:'=. ... } ;.1; :' ';".:.!:i..
Frank Lorenzo. Back row, left to right, are UF assistant coach John Eibner, Eldredge Beach Gator coach :=. .. "": 1' '!f h\:: ,:G---
Morton and coach. .. :' f
a new .R'f 1i'f: "
I .. ;.;.;...: .<<' .. ;
Ray Graves and Fred Montsdeoca.Browns A..... v.. <--l' /f'
Ah, yes! Cal's schedule, for I ., ,:.\t.-: ..". : : l,, ,f.:.;".' it'f/io. ; '-Ji!!
example: Missouri Illinois,, .;;: : Ef
Minnesota, Miami, Navy BE-II I ''r\\\;: \
\ d ;j ..... -
FORE USC and the neighbor- IW.
!i fl '\' \
I .
hood gangs. Bank Brown cj. [ I ,.
Life for pickers in the Pac on .. \ tf. fr

Eight is a perilous pursuit.Here's :. .. 1 I THE UNIVERSITY SHOP
a thumbnail summary: By JACK HAND I Cleveland Browns once more has gained about seven miles in quarterback recently commented -'
1. Washington: Could take it HIRAM Ohio (AP) Otto' are building their title hopes on seven years. "The Browns will not win

all if quarterback Bill Douglasis Graham to the contrary, the Jim Brown the fullback who Graham former ClevelandKeystone !.anything as long as Brown is' For Him !
sound. Bill got a knee wrecked there. He is a great athlete, but'
in the Rose Bowl, missed he doesn't block. I o Southwick Suits
spring practice, has spent long 1 Heights Lacks Blanton Collier who once
hours running up and down stadium coached Graham and now o Griffon SuitsJefferson *-) +

steps and otherwise get- coaches the Browns becomes
ting ready for a senior year to J o Slacks
Three Main Ingredients indignant about any raps on Jim
cap an outstanding career. Brown.
I o Florsheim Shoes -
Without him questions at QB.
Jim Sartoris a junior college Key'stone-at-a-Glance will need a lot or work in all Good football teams need experience -\ "It was an unfair thing to; '- '
Gold Socks
said Cup
transfer from Glendale. Calif., Returning lettermen: 10) areas. Rho den, who has depth and weight. Keystone !say Collier at theBrowns' ; k l lo

might answer them for Coach Top all-star prospects: Full replaced Roy Spradley as Heights' Indians lack I I!t lege. "Jim camp does at everything Hiram Colt 1- Cox.MoorcSweaters Ill ,, ; ri
these qualities for 1964 but the
Jim a /
Jim Sampson
letterman quarterback and Al back Stefan Brokas, halfback coach feels the Indians will be ever-growing school has huge ask him to do. He is primarily a I i .y i I
Muir halfback better defense but the offense ball carrier. It is not fair to criticize !
Libke did a good job of it until Johnny on quantities of desire which may r j i
shifted out to end where he dida I Billy Belote, end Gary Cooper is going to need passers help overcome much of the oth- him. I never asked him to, Come in browse .
good job of that too. I end Jim Davis. and receiv ers. "Cross the fin er points. do anything" that he hasn't' let's discuss the new fallfashions 'i r / ) \ t4 I

1963 Record: Won 4, Lost 6. gers,.work hard and see whatit Les Rhoden, moved over I done. I'I'I what's new i r ,

Top FullbackThe .' Coach: Les Rhoden (Florence looks like in November," is from Jennings will have problems '1 Set Record I on campus our run- r > S
Huskies have the back- State). the word.
,with sticky schedule that
a :
j Inasmuch as Brown set ners will l be glad to assist
a new
field otherwise well in hand,'I Outlook: The Indians lost Keystone tangles with in the r. m '
NFL record last backs will be 'r '
with 210-pound fullback Junior heavily by graduation and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS St. Johns Conference. His 29- year by gaining you. your 1 4f
.. ;1,863 yards rushing and scored .. .
Coffey rated one of the coun- I,man squad lists only 10 sen-: outstanding, you can go f .
best and halfbacks Steve I : 15 touchdowns, Collier obviously"isn't through our lines for a / JM i
try's ,iors which should be a help
Bramwell and Charlie Browningnot Keystonc Football Schedule ,for the future. I about to blast his super' touchdown and of course -it'j j i

far off the standards. Bram- Year in No. of Half of his returning lettermen -j I[star. : you'll get the extra point.
well is a 160 pound scooter Nome Ht. Wt. School I Letters POSe have played two seasons. II,I Jim Ninowski has been taking .
Browning a 200 pound do-it-i Allen Andrewsen George. Lance 5.11 5-10 140 130 Sr.So. 2 0 C E They include George Allen, center -i!advantage i of a chance to play For r

all. i Belote Billy 5.9 130 8 0 QB ; Gary Cooper, end; Bruce I while Frank Ryan has been out, .. t
(Item: Coffey was the unanimous Bird Thomas 5.8 150 Sr. 2 GBroka. Moon guard; Thomas Bird, I with injuries. Ninowski, the No. : Her'n
All-Conference full back. ., Stefan 6-0 170 So. 1 FB .guard; and Marshall Pardee, 2 quarterback, hit with five Free PerkinaOn, DragFr E
Bunce Batch 5.10 150 Sr 0 HB
Browning who spelled him, was Burkhalter, David 5-7 130 Jr. 0 C tackle. touchdown passes in an exhibi- first Federal 1 LotYou'll t '
named second string fullback. Cliff 5.8 140 Sr. 1 QB : Other veterans are Stefan tion with Pittsburgh. : ::;), ;
He's a halfback now because Cooper Gory 5.11 145 So. 2 E t
Brokas fullback; Cliff C h a p-I Warfield :
Paul the Browns'end
I ,
Carlisle Paul 130 .
Owens turned Jerry Williams 5.9 Jr. 0 HB .,
up Davie. JiM 5-10 145 JJ J fi ( man, quarterback; Jim Davit i tng :yafs taire from Ghs4': { -- Hlm : ..
2QQ-pounder who <; .7>7>. i: -t ,.H ns S ... ezt1; Elam Glisr m. hzll-:1g west QY{5 ss >> ; < < j 1
led the Husky Fresh is WT&t i Ltittam. u._ f.}t t 5s S K its 454 .Fnni > ., !; ;;:: ;; i r : }
; fe ::
.;. :j iS i
Bfcsfcy Is* 25 a Has $.? vsrnT, 2r tr :s. 124 '$4. 0 E backtackle.Biggest replacing Rich Kreittog, .tft ;.". .<.. "' ,. ., ..,<; ." -, gi..,i .
tinnier R6ftft 5-7 ,who was traded to the Chicago Find ;
11S Jr. 0 HI ; t
Redman 21$ is AH-
line. Hick the
men on
Homer, Wayne 5.6 120
fr. 0 G Bears. j "
American material at a guard Moon Bruce 5-7 145 Sr. 2 G are a pair of 185pounders.They : :' 3
pairs with Koll Hagen, 195, beside Moon, Johnny 5-8 140 So. 0 C ,' are Pardee and sophomore Gary Collins who caught 13 Them Both ., < 1
center Fred Forsberg 212. Mooneyhom. Jerry 5.8 140 So. 0 G tackle Chester Glenn. I II TD passes in 1963 is the flanker -(

:Mike Otis, 200 pound former 'oidee Matir, Johnny Morstlon 5.9 5.a 185 130 Sr.Fr. '2 0 T HB I. Rhoden feels the Indians are and Jim Brewer, who has At i I &I ma < l
fullback, is Rick's mate at line- ,...1. Rodney 5-10 160 Sr. 1 FB.T weak at tackle and in the backfield been Injured in the exhibition i! : I ;
backing. Tackles are excellent Wallace Roy 6.0 140 So. 0 Q8 and lack depth at end I season, is the tight end, backed': I < '
with twins Jerry and Jon Knoll, Wildt Whise".at Jimmy, Ronnie 5.11 5-4 160 100 Sr.Fr. 0 0 T E guard and center. by Tom Hutchinson. Collier is1! 13 WestUniversity ..Mop.f

225-pounders, Jim Norton 225, Sutton, Lee 5-8 150 Sr 0 G i: But the ex paratrooper has, high on Walt Roberts, a 5-9, 165-, t

sophomore Steve Orr 220, Zik Mike s.a ISO 50 0 T no fears about his "jump" into pound rookie from San Jose Ave. _-..::..:;.:.;-.:;...::..:..-;:.:...:.:..: .::.-:.:...:..:...:..;.:..:...:.:.:-..:..::.. :...:...:...:.:;,., ";-'
Heinz Schiemann 195. There DeWitt. Terry 5-5 115 Fr, 0 B the brand of competition his: State and Clifton McNeil from : :::::;:::::;:::;:::;:::';:: : ; :; i; ::::*::: .' I"fif
Thies. Jim 6-0 150 Jr. 0 T
are six letterman ends. ,club will play. the taxi squad. 'I

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Sunday, September! 1954 Football Special 13


, '. Coral Gables> Cream of Crop Again in Region 4 Jt J.


By NEIL AMDUR It was Rentz who quarter- ternate Bill Kirtland and junior one entire side of their offensiveunit Conference will be Forest Hill, ,

rJ) Prep Editor, backed Gables' victory over Tom Warren, considered the and enough defensive depthto which if it can bypass the us-

d The Miami Herald Tampa Robinson in the first brightest Gables' backfield pro-. make matters uncomfortablefor ual string of injuries could

rJJ state championship game last spect in several seasons. its 10 opponents. The 10 end Belle Glade's two year
MIAMI Coral Gables wonFlorida's
school year scoring both touchdownsand Two clubs which should chase games marks the first time Mi share of the title.
first state high
J ,. football playoff last year and helping set up Larry Davidson's the Cavaliers will be Hialeah ami High has played as manyin Belle Glade, under Coach Bill

area coaches here believe the winning field goal in the and Miami High, the latter returning more than 10 years, however, Burke, went 9-0-1 last year ty-

Cavaliers may have enough to final seconds. Rentz will have a to prominence after a the Stingarees' admission to ing Class AA Vero Beach in its

a repeat again this season. few more pounds on his 6-2 5-3 season last year. Hialeah returns the Gold Coast Conference now first game. The Rams will be

While Gables lost the major frame (he weighed only 135 last 18 lettermen including its solidifies their scheduling prob- strong choices to represent

portion of an outstanding defen- year) but his effectiveness may entire first two backfields. The lems. South Florida In the Class A ."yW
sive line, the Cavaliers return depend on how well Coach Nick muscle will come from FullbackDan Fort Lauderdale High and playoff if the can survive an a....". <

enough veteran backs to scare Kotys can manipulate his line. Douglass ((195)) and Jim Stranahan in Broward Countywill AA schedule which includes

\ most of their Region 4 foes. The In Backfield Caldwell ((185)). The Thorough- be chasing Dade's powers. Forest Hill, Palm Beach, Lake l :

Quarterback biggest name Larry in this Rentz group, whoif is Joining Rentz in the backfieldwill breds' only weakness could be McArthur's addition of success- Worth and neighborhood rivals J.< ; i 'S. I
in the line.
he fails to gain a single yard be returning starter Half- ful Milton Coach Carl Madisonto Pahokee and Clewiston. Paho- ..' .

this year still will go down as back Alan Scott and a pair of In Line its backfield coaching staff kee, however, will be feeling the >>'*,.,:-- '.,.,.. ..,'.. !
one of the most publicized and 185 pounders, John Norris and Miami High's strength, unlike should have the Mustangs chal- absence of a Peacock (Quarter- ; '}

NEIL AMDUR storied players in Dade County Phil Tracy. Rentz should receive Gables and Hialeah, will be in lenging. back Harold graduated) for CARL MADISON !1

I I The Writer history. adequate spelling from al the line. The Stingarees return Major threat in the Suncoast the first time in five years. Moves South I

eel: Comes played et fields of teams ie first column, except those snorted (e) played at fl.Ids of teems In dote columns. (N) Night gomt. (X) See footnote for games not on chdulo proper 1963 com Ilven-flnt scofo it that of toon In first column.' .

r t I SEPT. 19 SEPT. 26 OCT_ 3 OCT. 10 -East-OCT. 17 OCT. 24 OCT. 31 NOY 7 NOV. 14 NOYe 21 .

ARMY Citadel Boston Col. Texas (N) Penn state (10-7) *V1rpnia Duke Iowa state Syracuse (NY) Pitt(0.28) Navy (28th,15-U
BOSTON COL. (X). Syracuse (21-32) Army .Tennessee Cincinnati Air Force (7-34) -VUlanon. (301-0) *M1am1, Fla. (13th.N) Detroit (20-12)
f BOSTON U. Buffalo(13-22) Ceo. Washington *Dartmodi Temple *Mass. (0.21) *Rutgers (821)Connect1cut (0-22) Holy Cross (18-6) Rhode Island
BROWN Lafayette Penn (1-13) Yale (12-7) *Dartmouth (7-14) Rhode Island (33-1) Princeton (13-34) Cornell (258)Hannd(12-24) Columbia (14-41)
BUCKNELL Gettysburg U-7) Harvard .Ohio Wesleyan (31-8) Kings Point Lafayette (13-14) Temple (14-3) Colgate (14-0) *I..ehlP U-12) Delaware
BUFFALOBoston U. (22-13) *CorneU Massachusetts Marshall (N, 8-10) VMI Holy Cross (8-6) Delaware (5-34) Richmond Colgate (23-0) Villanova (14-7)
COLGATE -Columba CorneU (21-17) -Holy Cross Princeton (0-42) Kines Point LehIgh ZO-6) *BuctJ1eU (0-14) BuUalo (0-23) Rutgers(28-8)
COLUMBIA Colgate .Princeton(5-7) Harvard (3-3) .Yale (7-19) Rutgers (35-ZS Cornell (1718)Dartmouth(8-47) Penn (33-S .Brown (41-14)
CONNECTICUT *Yale (0-3) Rutgers Mass (3-21) Maine (12-35) Temple (7-9) .N. Hampshire (21-S Boston U. Z2-0) Rhode IslaM (1213)Holy Cross
CORNELL Buffalo .Colgate (17-21) Penn (17-S Harvard (14-Z1) Yale (13-10) 'Columbia(1817)Brown(28-25) Dartmouttt (7-12) Princeton (14-51)
DARTMOUTH -N. Hampshire Boston U. Princeton (22-21) Brown (14-7) .Harvard (13-17) Yale S-10) Columbia (47-6) Cornell (lZ-7) .penn (28-0)
DELAWARE Hofstra Gettysburg(64-18) Lafayette (61-0) .Villanova *Lehigh (30-0) .Buttalo (34-8) Temple (3Z-23) Rutgers (14-3) BuckneU
GETTYSBURG HofstraBucknell (7-19) Delaware (18-64) Albright (N. 26.12) LehIgh (24-20) Muhlenberg (33-14) .Lafayette (14-1%) *Juniata(18.14) Temple
HARVARD Mus. (0-0) BqckneU Columbia (3-3) Cornell (21-14) Dartmouth (17-13) Penn Z-1) .princeton (21-7) Brown Z4-12) Yale (6-20)
HOLY CROSS (X) V1Uanova (14-22) Syracuse (0-48) Colgate QuanUco (6-7) Buffalo (6-6) Richmond dus. Boston U. (5-18) Conn.
LAFAYETTE Brown Hofstra Delaware (0-61) Temple (0-31) *Bucknell (14-13) Gettysburg(12-14) Rutgers (0-49) DaYidson Lehirh (8.15)
\, LEHIGH Penn *Yale Rutgers (6-30) Gettysburg (20-Z4) Delaware (0-30) Colpte (6-:0) Davidson(3-7) Bucknell (134)Lafayette (15.S
MASSACHUSETTS' Maine (14-7) Harvard (0-0) -Buffalo Conn. (21-3) Rhode Island(51-0) Boston U. ZI-0) Vermont (41-0) .Holy Cross N. Hampshire (48-2)
NAVY *Penn state Wm. & Mary (28-0) *Michigan (26-13) *Georgia Tech (9th, N) *California .Pitt (24-12) Notre Dame (3514)Maryland (42- ) .Duke (38-25) Army (2SthU-15) I
i I PENNSYLVANIA Lehigh Brown (13-41) Cornell (8-17) Rutgers (7-6) Princeton (034)HarYarcl (7-2) Yale (7-28) Columbia (8.33) Dartmouth (0-8)
PENN STATE Navy UCLA (N,17-14) Oregon (11-7) Army (7-10) Syracuse (0-9) -West Virginia (20-Sl Maryland(17.15)Ohio State (10-7) *Houston eN) Pitt(21-22)
PITTSBURGH UCLA(12th, :0-0) 'Oregon (N) Wm. Mary West Virginia (13-10) .MiamI (N,31-20) Navy (12-24) Syracuse (35-27) Notre Dame (27.7)Army(28-0) Penn state (U-l)
I PRINCETOr Rutgers (24-0) Columbia (7-6) .Dartmouth (21.22> Colgate (42-0) Penn (34-0) Brown (34-13) Harvard (7-21) .Yale (27-7) Cornell (51-14)
I RUTGERS .PrInceton(0-Z4) .Conn. .Lehigh (30-6) Penn (6-7) *Columbia(2S-35) Boston U. (21-6) Lafayette (490)Delaware (3-14) Colgate (8-8) l
SYRACUSE Boston Col. (32-21) Kansas (0-10) -Holy Cross (48-0) UCLA Z9-7) Penn state (9-0) Oregon State (31-S Pitt (27-35) Army (N. Y.) VPI West Virginia(15-11) i
TEMPLE KIngs Point CN,20-Z0). So. Conn. state (N) Boston U. -Lafayette (31-0) Conn. (9-7) Bucknell (3-14) -Delaware Z3-32) Gettysburg Hofstra (45-14)
VILLANOVA *Toledo(N,18-14) Holy Cross (22-14) VAIl Detroit (28-14) Delaware Xavier (0-27) Boston Col. (O-3'() G. Washington (1-13) Buffalo (7-14)
YALE Conn (3-0) Lehilb Brown (7-12) Columbia (19-7) Cornell (10-13) Dartmouth (10-8) .penn Z8-7) Princeton(7-Z7). .HarYud (20-S

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BOWLING GREEN So.Illinois (31-6) .N. Texas St. (N) Dayton Z8-0) *Western Mich. (16-7) *Toledo (22-20) Kent State lS-3) Miami, O. (12-21) Mushall (21-14) Ohio U. (0-16) _xavier ZS-15)
CINCINNATI (X) Dayton (N,35-8) Detroit (2ndN,35-0) Xavier (N,3522)Boston Col. Tulsa (21-15) Geo. Washington .N. Tens st. (397)Wichita ZO-Z3) J,1lani1, O.(1V-21)
DAYTON st. Joseph's Ind. (N) Cincinnati (N,835)Bowling Green(0-28) Louisville (N,12-1..3) Abilene Ch. Detroit (23N,14-14) Ohio U. (8-13) Xavier (14.15) .Miami, O. (27-27) Kent State (0.23)
DETROIT Kentucky (N,18-35) .Toledo (25th. N) Cincinnati (2ndNO35)V1l1anova (14-Z8) Wichita (N) Dayton(23rdN,14-14) Miami, Fla. (30thN) VMI (6thN) Xavier (N,6.O) Boston Col. (12-20)
ILLINOIS .California (100)Northwestern(10-9) Ohio state (2020)Minnesota (16-6) UCLA (18-12) .Purdue (4121)MichIgan (8-14) Wisconsin (17.7) Michigan state (13-0)
I INDIANA Northwestern (21-34) Ohio state (0-21) Iowa (26-37) Michigan state (3-20) .Miaml, Fla. (Z3rdN) Minnesota (24-S *Oregon state 0-15) Oregon Z2-Z8) .Purdue (15-21)
IOWA Idaho Washington (17-7) .Indiana (3726)Wisconsin (7-10) Purdue (0-14) Ohio state (3-7) *Minnesota(27-13) Michigan (21-21) *Notre Dame
IOWA STATE Drake Oklahoma st. (33-Z8) Nebraska (7-21) Kansas (17-14) Colorado (19-7) -Missouri (0-7) -Army Oklahoma (14-24) *Kansas State (10-Z1) Arizona (N) ;
KANSAS TCU (6-10) *Syracuse (10-0) Wyoming (25-21) Iowa State (14-17) Oklahoma (18-21) *Oklahoma St. (411)Kansas State (34-0) Nebraska(9-23) Colorado (43-14) .Misso"lrl (7-V ..
KANSAS STATE (X1scOl15in Colorado (7-21) MIssouri (11-21) *Nebraska (6-28) Oklahoma (9-34) Kansas (0-34) Arizona state (N) Iowa state (21-10) Oklahoma st.
KENT STATE Xavier (7-7) Ohio U. (0-20) .MiamI, o. (8-30) Western Mich. (12-Z6) *Bowling Green (3-18) Toledo (20-0) Louisville (257)Marshall S-14) -Dayton Z3-0) _
MARSHALLMorehead (N,6-tO Miami, O. (N, 14-14) *Toledo (N,19-18) Buffalo (N,10-8) Kentucky st. (28-0) Louisville (N,14-Z7) Western Mich. ZO-7) *Bowline Green (14-Z1) Kent st. (14-8) *Ohlo U. (0-17) --
l MIAMI Ohio Xavier (N,12.21) .Marshall (N,14-14) Western Mich. (27-19) Kent St. (30-8) *Northwestern (6-37) *Ohio U. (10-13) Bowling Green (21-12) .Toledo (N,40-S Dayton (27-27) CincinnaU (21-lV .. \
MICHIGAN Air Force Navy (13-26) -Michigan St. (7-7) Purdue (12-23) Minnesota(0-6) Northwestern (27-6) Illinois (14-8) 'Iowa (21-21) *Ohio state (10-14)
... MICHIGAN ST. -N. Carolina (31-0) So. Calit. (10-13) Michigan (7-7) Indiana ZO-3) Northwestern (151)WIsconsin (30.13) Purdue (%3-0) -Notre Dame (12-7) .minois (0-13) !
MINNESOTA Nebraska (7-14) -Ca11ornia Northwestern (8-15) Illinois (6-16) Michigan (6-0) *Indiana(6-Z4) Iowa (13-27) Purdue (11-13) Wisconsin (14-0) .. 1
MISSOURICalifornia Utah Oklahoma st. (2S-6) Kansas St. (21-11) *AIr Force Iowa State (70)Nebraska (12-13) Colorado (287)Oklahoma (3-13) Kansas (9-7) .
NEEtASKA South DakotaMinnesota (14-7) Iowa st. ZI-7) South Carolina Kansas st. Z8-6) Colorado (41-6) Missouri (13-12) Kansas (23-9) Oklahoma st. (20-16) Oklahoma (29-20) ,
; NORTHWESTERN Oregon State 'Indiana (34-Z1) Illinois (9-10) Minnesota (15-8) MIami, O. (37-6) Michigan St. (715)MIchpn (8-Z7) Wisconsin(1417)Ohio state (17-S
I NOTRE DAME (X) Wisconsin (9-.14) Purdue (6-7) Air Force UCLA (27-12) Stanford (14-24) *Navy (14-35) *Pitt (7-27) Michigan st. (7-12) Iowa
I OHIO STATE SMU Indiana (ZI-O) Illinois (20-20) So. Ca11 (3-32) Wisconsin (13-10), *Iowa (7-3) Penn state (7-10) Northwestern (8-17) MichIgan (14-10)
OHIO U. .W. Texas st. eN) -Purdue .. Kent state (20-0) Toledo(17-18) xaVier (0-20) Miami, O. (13-10r Dayton (13-5) Western M1ch. (2'713)Bowl1nr Green (1S-0) Marshall (1'7-0)
OKLAHOMA (X) *Maryland So. Calit. (1'7-12) -Texas (7-28) Kansas (21-18) Kansas state (U-t) *Colorado (35-0) Iowa state Z4-14). Missouri (13-3) Nebraska ZO-Z9) \
\ OKLA. STATE (X) *Arkansas (N,0.21) Iowa State (2833)Missouri (6-28) Colorado (0-25) Kansas (7-41) Tulsa (33-Z4) Wichita Nebraska(18-Z0) Kansas state
PURDUE Ohio U. -Notre Dame (7-6) Wisconsin (2038)1Uchigan Z3-12) Iowa (14-0) Illinois (21-41) Michigan st. (0-Z3) .Minnesota (13-11) IndIana (21-15)
t TOLEDO V111anova CN,14-18) Detroit (Z5thN) Marshall (NlS19)Ohio U. (18-17) Bowling Green (2022)Western Mich. (7-18) .Kent State (0.20) Miami, O. (N,840)SOuthern m. (N,14-0) Tulsa (N) ,-..
TULSA (X) -Arkansas (7-56) Southern Ill. (N,496)Houston(N.2221)Loulsv111e CN,22-16) Cincinnati(15-Z1) Oklahoma st. (24-33) Memphis St. (15-ZS N. Texas st. (2221)Toledo (N) .
1 WESTERN MICH. .Louisville CN,7-Z1) Central Mich. (1430)Miami, O. (19-27) Bowling Green (716)Kent State (26-12) Toledo IS-7) .MarshaU (7-20) Ohio U. (13-Z7) -Brlr. Young ,
WICHITA (X) Montana St. (N) Arizona st. (N,33-13) Utah State Detroit (N) (N) Louisville (N,4714)OklahomaSt.. Cincinnati (23-20) N. Texas St.(3ti?)
WISCONSIN Kansas state Notre Dame (14-9) .Purdue (3S-Z0) Iowa(10-7) Ohio state (10-13) Michigan st. (13-30) Northwestern (17-14) .IllInois (7-17) Minnesota (0-14)
XAVIER, Ohio :Miami, O. (N112'Kent st. (7- ). QuanUco (N,7-9) Cincinnati (N,22.35)Ohio U. (20-0) Chattanooga .Villanon (2'7-0) *Dayton (15-14) _Detroit (N,0.6) Bowling Green (15-26)

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Georgia (N',32-1) Tulane N.28-0) Vanderbilt (K,21-6) Carolina st. Tennessee (35-0) Florida (6-10) -Mias. Sf. (NZo-19) LSU Georgla Tech (27-11) Auburn (26th,8-10)
AUBURN Houston Zl-14) Tennessee Z3-19) Kentucky CN,14-13) Chattanooga Z8-0) Georgia Tech(29-21) Southern Mias. .Florlda(19-0) Mississippi st. (10-13) Georgia (14-0) Alabama (26th,10-8)
CHATTANOOGA "Tennessee (7-49) -Tenn. Tech. (N.5-7) E. Tenn. st. (N,2Z.27)Auburn (0-28) Middle Tenn. (N,7-o) .Xavier JacksonYllle st. (N,14-0) Southern Miss. (0-24) Howard Col. (N) SE Louisiana (Z6th)
CITADEL -Army .West Virginia Davidson(NS-6) Richmond (N,626)Wm.. & Mary (07)Furman (25-34) East Carolina(1-20) South Carolina VMI (8-33) G. Washington (27-22)
CLEMSON' Furman *N. Carolina st. (3-7) *Georgia Tech. (027)Georpa(7-7) Wake Forest (36-0) *TCtr Virginia (35-0) North Carolina(11-7) MarylaM U-6) South Carolina (24-20)
DAVIDSON Miss. Col. *Citadel CN,628)Presbyterian (14-14) Richmond (13-21) *VMI (10-10) Furman (0-1'7) .Lehigh 7-3) Lafayette *Wofford
JUKE .s. Carolina (N14) Virginia (30-8) Tulane Maryland (30-12) N. Carolina St. (7-21) *Army Georgia Tech (530)Wake Forest (39-7) *Navy (2538)N.. Carolina (14-16)
FLORIDA eX) SMU Miss. state (N,9-9) *LSU.CNO-14) Mississippi SOUth Carolina *Alabama (10-6) Auburn(0.19) Georgia(21-14) .Florlda St. (7-0)
FLORIDA STATE *Uaml, Fla.. (N,24-0) *TCU-(N,0.13) New Mexico st. eN) Kentucky .Georgia -VPI Z3-31) Southern Mias. (N,0.0) *Houston N. Carolina st. (N,14-0) Florida (0-7)
FURMAN (X) *Clemson Wofforcl (N,2119)G.. Wash. (2X,2J-14)! *Wm. & Mary n-z7) Presbyterian (27-0) Citadel (34-25) Davidson (1'1-0) E. Carolina (NRichmond
I GEO WASHINGTON *Boston U. Furman (:,N,14-Z9) .VPI (8.22) VanderbIlt (0-31) Wm. Mary Z3Y,3Z-14) .C1nc1nna.t1 West Virginia (16-0) VUlanova(13-14) Citadel (22-27) ,..
GEORIA *Alabama(1\,7-32) .VanderbIlt (1\,20-0) *S. Carolina (27-7) Clemson(7-7) Florida state Kentucky(17-14) N. Carolina 7-28) *Florida (14Z1)Auburn(0-14) Georgia Tech ( .
GEOFr'A TECH Vanderbilt Miami, Fla. Clemson (27-0) 1\avr(9th, ') Auburn(21-Z9) Tulane (17-3) Duke(30-8) Tennessee Z3-7) Alabama(11-7) Georgia (28th,14-3)
KENTUCKY Detroit (N,35-18) *Mississippi (7-31) Auburn (Nl314)FlorIda.. state LSU (N,7-S Georgia (14-17) West Ylrgtsla Vanderbilt (0-0) Baylor n-7) Tennessee (0.19)
LSU Texas AUI (K,14-6) *Rice (N,12-21) Florida (NI4-O North Carolina ( *Kentucky (N,2S-7) Tennessee Mississippi CN,3-3'1) -Alabama Miss. State (NS-7) Tulane (20-0)
MARYLAND Oklahoma So Carolina (13-1) .N. Carolina st. (14-36) Duke (12-30) *N. Carolina (7-14) Wake Forest (32.0)Perm state (15-1'1) Navy(7-4Z Clemson (821)Virclnia (21-5) .
MEMPHIS STATE *Mississippi (0-0) Tampa (N) Southern Miss. (,NZ87)W.. Texas st. CN,29-t4) :McNeese st. ( Wake Forest (N) -Tulsa (2S-15) Louisville Z5-0) Southern Miu. CN,2I-'I
:I MIAMI I (X) Florida St. (NO24)Georria Tech California(9th, ) Pitt (N,20-31) Indiana (Z3rd,N) Detroit(30thN Tulane (6N,10-0) Boston Col. (13thN Vanderbilt (20th.N)
MISSISSIPPI (X) Memphis: St. (0-0) Kentucky(31-1) Houston (20-6) Florida Tulane (NZl-O) (NZ7-7) .LSU (N,37-3) Tampa(41-0) Tennessee (20-0)
MISS. STATE (X) *Texas Tech (N 1 Florida (N,9-9) .Tennessee (N,7-o Tulane (31-10) Southern MIss. Houston (ZO-O) Alabama (N,19.20) Auburn (13-10) -LSU (N7-S
IaRTH CAROLINA 1'. Carolina st. (31-10) Michigan State (0-31) Wake Forest (210)LSU (N, iaryland (14-7) South Carolina (70)Georgia Z8-7) Clemson(7-11) Virginia (11-7) Duke (15-14)
i N. CAROLINA STAT *North Carolina (10-31) Clemson (7-3) Maryland (36-14) Alabama *Duke (21-7) Virginia (15-9) South Carolina(11-1) .VPI (13-7) Florida st. NO-l4) Wake Forest(20,21,42-0)
RICHMOND West Virginia (N) VltII N,7-7) Southern Miss. (NO7)Citadel N,26-S Davidson (2113)E.. Carolina(N,107)Holy Cross BUUalo Furman Wm & Mary(Z6th'S-29)
SOUTH CAROLINA Duke (N,1422)Maryland (21-13) Georgia (7Z7)Nebraska Florida .North Carolina(0-7) *N. Carolina st.S-18) Citadel Wake Forest (19ZOClemson (20-Z4)
TENNESSEE (X) Chattanooga (497)Auburn (19-Z3) :l.Ilss. State NO-7) Boston Col. Alabama (0-35) *LSU .Geort1a Tech(7-23) Mississippi (0-20) Kentucky (19-0)
TULAN E Texas (11,0.21) Alabama NO-Z8) Duke -oIiss. stateID-31) Mississippi (N.021)Georgia Tech (3-1'Z 'TW .1'uaml (6thN,0-10) VanderbUt (10-10) LSU (0-20)
.. VANDERBILT (X) *Georgia Tech Georgia (NO20)Alabama (N,6-21) Wake Forest (N) (31-0) MississIppi (N7-27) .Kent11eky (O- ) Tulane (10-10) -Miami (20th.
VIRGINIA Wake Forest .Duke S-30) VPI (0-10) VItI (6-0) Army N. Carolina Sf. Vl5)Clemson(0-35) .Wm. & Mary (9-7) North Carolina (7-11) Maryland (6-21)
VMI Wm.4; Mar) (266)Richmond (N,7-7) 'Vlllanova *Virginia (0-6) -Buffalo Davidson (10-10) Tulane .Detroit(6th,N) Citadel(33-8) VPI (Z6th 20-35)
!ti VPI Tampa (:\1 Wake Forest (27-0) *Virginia (100)G.. Washington (2Z-8) West Virginia (28-3) Florida st. (31-23) -Wm. & Miry 8-13) N. Carolina st. (7-13) Syracuse VU (Z6th,35-Z0)
WAKE FOREST1rginia *VPI (0-27) .North Carolina O-m: *Vanderbilt ( Clemson (0-36) Maryland (0-32) Memphis state (N) Duke (7-39) South Carolina (20-19) 1\. Carolina St. (20,N,0-...
WEST VIRGINIARichmond (N) Citadel .Riee (N 1 Pitt (10-13) -VPI (3-ZS Penn State (9-20) Kentucky -G. Washington 0-15) "m. & Mary (20-18) Syracuse (13-15)
I WILLIAM A MARY nil (6-26) r _', Na1'1 (0-28) -Pitt Furman Z1-17) Citadel (1-0) *G. Wash. (23N,1=!2) VPI (13-Z8) Ykginia(7-9) West Virginia(1520)Richmond (26thza-


ARKANSAS OUahoma st. (21,-1-0) Tulsa (5 6.7) eTCU IS-3) Baylor (K,10-14) *Texas (N,13-17) Wichita (N) Texas A&2,[ H,21-1) Rice (0-7) SMU (7-14) *Tuas Tech Z7-20)
(X) Washington oregon State N,15-22) Arkansas N,14-10) Texas Tech (NZl-17) Texas AIM (34-7) TCU (32-13) Texas (0-7) -Kentucky(7.19) -SMU (20-6) j'j'SAYLOR
HOUSTON (X) -\uburn (14-21)' Tens A&.M (25, ,13-23) Mississippi (6-20) Tulsa CN,21-ZZ -Miss. state (0-20) Florida State *Penn State (N) Cincinnati(2Sth)
RICE (X) LSU N,21-12) West Virginia (N' -Stanford(23-13) .SMU (13-7) Texas (N,6.10) Texas Tech (173)Arkanns (1-0) Tens A&M(8-13) TCU (33-7)
SM'J (X), Florida .000o State Arlington St. 00 RIce (7-l3) *Texas Tech (N,8-13)Texas (1Z-1'7) Texas AUI (07)Arkanna(14-7) Baylor (6-Z0)
TEXAS Tulane (N,21-0) Texas Tech NU-7) Army (N) Oklahoma (21-1) Arkansas N,17-13) Rice (N,10-6) SMU (17-12) .Baylor (7-0) -TCU(1'7-0) Tens ALM (26th,1S-13) t I
TEXAS A A M -LSU (NSHHoustonCN,2S,23U) Texas Tech(21,0-10) .SO. Calit. (N) TCU (14-14) -Ba.'lor (7-34) Arkansas N,7-zt .8MU (7-9) *R1ee(13-1) .Tuu (26thU-I5).
TCU (X) Kansas (10-6) Florida st. N,13-0) Arkansas (3-18) Texas Tech (N,35-3) *Tens AI.Y (14-14) ClemsoD Baylor (13-32) Teas(0-17) -Rice 7-33)
TEXAS TEL :', Mis$. State (N) Texas N,7-49) &: CN.I0-Q *TCU (N, 3-35) Baylor N,17-Z1) 5MU N,13-S -Rice (3-17) .W.Teus st. 00 Washington st.(1S-7) Arkansas (20-7)
i TEXAS WES1vti (X) -N.Texu st.N,34-7) .W. Texas st. N,13-0) 'Arizona st. (No-7) Wyomine (6-7) Brigham young(N) Utah 00 New Medeo N,7-Z3)' Arizona CN,7-13) -New feL st. (21,14-11)

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\. AIR FORCE Washlr.cton(10-7) .M1ct.1ran Colorado st. (69-0) Notre Dame Missouri -Boston Col. (34-7) ArizonaUCLA (48-21) 'Wy rn1nC .Col"rado (17-14) ..
f ARIZONA (X) B. Younc(N,33-7) Wash. State N.2-7) 'New Mexico (N,1522)Oreran (U-2S) WyomIng N,15-7) *Air Force Idaho (34-7) .TeL Western(N 13-7) Iowa state (N)
ARIZONA STATE (X) 'Utah State (N) *W. Texas St. N.2-C-16) Wichita NU-33) TeL Western (N,27-0) Utah (30-2) Colorado st. eN,5Q-7) Kansas state eN) San Jose st. (N'2i-U) Idaho (N,
BRIGHAM YOUNGOreOn .Arizona (1\,7-33) New Mexico (2ndNO-26) Colorado st. NZ4-Z0) Pacific, Calif. (0-14) *Texas Western (N) Utah state o.Z6) -Utah(5-15) Western Mich. I Wyoming(14-41)
COLORADO'So.. california (18NO-14)Oregon state (6-41) Kansas State (21-7) Oklahoma St. Z5-0) Iowa Sate (7-19) Nebraska(6-41) Oklahoma (035)MUsourl(7-21) *Kauu H-Cn Air Force t4-1'1)
COLORADO ST. (X) .Wyom1nC(3-21) Pacific (N,20-0) ,Air Force (0-69) B. Young .20-24) t'tah (14-8) -t'tah State (13-36) Arizona St. (71,7.50) SaD Jose 5t. New liex1eo (B-:!) .Tex. Western(26th %1-14
MONTANA (X) *Pacific (N' New MeXico (2',6-%4) Utah State (6-6%) Weber State (13-19) Western Ill. -Idaho State (13-14) Montana State (3-11) *S. D. Marines ... ,
MONTANA ST. (X) 'Wichita eN) ,-Fresno state Zg-7) San Jose State Nevada (41-13) Idaho State (15-1g *N. Dakota at. 'North Dakota (190)WODtan&(11-3) Weber st.(21-8) r'
NEW MEXICO (X) -Utah N,6-lS Montana CN,24-6) .B. Young (2Dd.N:6-0) Arizona(21,22-15) Utah State N,14-47) New Mex. S. (1Z-13) .W'Omlng (17-1) -TeL Western CN,23-7) Colorado st. (25-0) .Hawal1(%otb..1 .
I NEW MEXICO$T.Arlington st. 00 .ttah State (6-7) .Florlda St. c-, TrInity, Tex. CN.coSN.. Texas st. ( 1 -1\ew Mexico (13-lZ .Eastern N. J.I.N,21-o) Lamar Tech (') w. Texas 51. Western (2'13.14)
UTAH New Mexico (NU6)Jd1ssourl Idaho Nt-l0) *W'OmlnC(23-211) Colorado st. (48-14) Arizona state (22-30) Texas Western 00' Brigham! Young (158)Caillorn1i.. ( (21,24.23)'tah state ( ;-23) ..o..
\ UTAH STATEArizona st. (N) New Iex. st. 7-6) Montana (62-6) Wichita .New llenco Nn-l4) Colorado st. (3613)Bri wD Young Z8-0) Wyoming (1f21)Idaho .Utah (%;.Z5)
E WYOMING Colorado st.(21-3) *'Washncton st. .Kansas (21- 5) t'b.h (211-23) TeL Western(76)Ar1UlO& (N,7-ti: 11ew lleneo (8-1'7) .Utah State (21-14) .Air Force .B. Young (41-14) ..

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CALIFORNIA UUOIU'S U11nots (0.10) Minnesota *Mia m1, Fla. (9thN' Navy 'So. Ca11orn1a.(836)CLA.50); .Wuh1DctoaU-3t) >ttah(35.2Z) Stanord(17-za ---
IDAHO -s. Jose st.CNU-U) .Iowa .Utah N,10-g Oregon(21-41) Oregon State Washington st. (1014)Pacific NM-6) ArUona (7-34) Utah state *Arizona St. 00 l M' .
I OREGON Brigham Young Pltt(2) *Penn state (717)Idaho (41-1) Arizona (28UWash1ncton (19-26) Stanford(34-7) Washington Sf. (217)Jnd1ana (U-!%) -Orecoa state (31-14) r
OREGON STATE orthwesternCclorado (41-8) *Ba'lor(21,2--15) Washington 7-3-1) Idaho Syracuse ('-31)W st. (30-6) Indiana (15-20) Stanford (10-7) Oregon(14-31) .
PACIFIC ( ()' Montana(N' Colorado Sf. NO-20) L.A. State (N) ..WashlngtonB.. Yang (14-0) San Jose st. CN,20-3) Idaho CNS-U Santa Clara -Fresno st. N"l-Z9) Lone Beach Sf. 00.
SAN JOSE STATE (X) Idaho CN,1-ZS'' .5tWord(13-:') -Montana. State Washington St.. (NU-8) .he1f1c CN,3220)W.. Texas St. 00 .Colorado st. Arizona Sf. eN,11-1) Fresno St.( 51-27) ...." t.
SO. CALIFORNIA (X) Colorado(18NU-O .Oklahoma(121'1).Uch.. State (13-10) Texas A1M (2) -OhIo State (3-3) California (36-6) Washington(7.22)Stanford(23.11) -UCLA (%S-G) t tj
j STANFORD Wuh1ngtoD st. (15-,32) San Jose st. (29-13) tCLA(21,9.10) Rice (13-3) Washington (11.19) .Xotre Dame (Ul4)OretQD (7-3e) SO. California(7-25) Oregon State(7-10) .Ca11fonla 1-17) .....- I
UCLA *Pitt(12th,0-20) Penn Stale (NU-1'2) Stanford(N.I0Syracuse (7-t -Xotre Dame (127)lll1nols (1-11) *Ca11torDia(0-25) Air Force(21-41) .Wuh1nctOn (14-0) So. Cal1tonda (f-zt) .._ r I.
.I WASHINGTON Air Force (7-10) Baylor 'Iowa(1-17) Oregon state (347)Stanford(19-11) Oregon6.19) +so. California U-7) California (39-26) UCLA(0-14) .Walh1DctoD st. (1104) --.'. '
\ WASHINGTON ST. Stanford(3-15) Wyoming -Arizona (21,7Padfle San Jose St. (N,813)Idaho(IfC) Oregon State (6.30) *Oregon(7-11) -.Tnu Tech (7-11) Washington (0.I6) ;4>'"

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(X) SEPT. 12: Mississippi Col. at furmall N,13-4I UC' A at Pitt (oTrlility U.. of Heustoe (N); British Columbia Den+e at ClfJtlltnt Califorllia (17-14); Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (34-10): Miami.!, F.-. ot Florida Z1'27)'T.llllelli. at F t 1
; w ie .at Moata"a (0-16): M.IItoINl.state.etsouth Dokota State (&-8). NOV. 26: Wichita at Tulsa (26.)5); Colorado State at Taxes VDNItf'biit 114 0): Rice .t Bo"lor (I' 2t: ): TCU ot SUU (22-15);; Arizona State et Arlz..a (N.35-S: See Diego State'at Sae s
f Western 12J.j. NOV. 21; Holy Cross .1 Boston C.I. I"; Cincinnati ot Houston' ; Kansas Stats .1 New Mexico; Notre Jeee Stets (H). DEe. 4. CoI..... State ot Howell .N). DEe. S. Mississippi Stets st Missiseippl' (10.10). ;::

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By TOM MARSHALLPro thumping its chest. It has takenon in the glamour field, Shea sta ed the Chiefs' summer camp. gone, Billy Cannon should be al\ y f

Football Writer a new image, the shape of AFL Roundup dium. Jet season tickets sales practice into a battlefield, a direct -I happy warrior The Oilers' ...

Kansas City Star the Chargers.The are expected to reach 20,000. i reflection of the status loss will need his running ability to .,. '...i-, _
KANSAS CITY When the Chargers believe Graham -!John Hadl is in the wings, But foremost in the A. F. L.'s the former Texans endured make Sammy Baugh's passing

American Football league kick- ;- the Chargers' letterheads ready to take over new sense of assurance comes Top rookies include Pete Beat- plans go.NEW I ,
ed off its first season in 1960 identify them as world champions And what about those Chargers -from television. The National hard, quarterback, U. S. C., Ed i YORK-Weeb Ewbank':,

Commissioner Joe Foss was the And that's the way the who are the A. F. L's stars Broadcasting Company last Lothamer, Michigan State end, surprised plenty ot people last', :

league's advance man. ,Fo s s, rest of the league looks at the and superstars -Keith Lincoln spring agreed to pay the A.F.L. and John Maczuzak, Pittsburgh season when the Jets stayed insn
World War II hero, talked A. monster CoachGeneral Man- fullback; Paul Lowe, run- 36 million dollars for the rightto tackle Defensive stars Bob contention in the well-balanced'

F. L. incessantly.He ager Sid Gillman .turns loose on ning back; Lance Alworth, extraordinary televise its games for five Bell and Buck Buchannan are i Eastern division race. .A little -'1
went all over the country, them. flanker; Ron Mix, years. The contract goes into ef- headed for great years as sophs.: luck could take them farther -,I t
making his pitch like a medi- generally considered the fect for the 1965 season. OAKLAND Al Davis is the but luck is a long shot., '
cineman, a convention here, a From here it looks as if the league's best offensive tackle; TV Revenue A. F. L's Coach of the Year I'I i
F. L.
Chargers will repeat as and Earl Faison
sales meeting there, a sports defensive end The TV revenue will mean and his star, Clem Daniels, ran
some place. All he champions, after a league fin-, if not the league's best, one of about $850,000 a team before a his way to the A. F. L's Most,i
program ish like this: WESTERN DIVISION -them who is? The MiCoronaPORTABLE 1.
wanted was a corner, .an audi- ticket is sold. That buys a lot of Valuable Player award. \
i 1. San Diego, 2. Kansas Ernie Ladd 320 j
de- .
r and the chance to standup pound assurance. Raiders wrote the young
I City, 3. Oakland,. 4. Denver. fensive tackle, dislocated his torichesstory J
, and say, "American Football 1. Time was when the A. F. L.'s; league's best rag Fr )
League." shoulder in the opening exhibi- troupe of rich owners frowned I last year. They couldbe
Houston, 2. Boston, 3. Buffalo, i
tion against Denver. The this but it
the other wor- as they contemplated how long > as good again year
Foss admitted
wryly the 4. New York.superlative riers among the Chargers' fan they could spoon feed their in- no one will take them lightly. 'I'
I day that nobody except about will immediately sense-that the Pant The Broncos'
National Fotball league knew The Chargers are just league with dollar bills. But DENVER TYPEWRITER
selling everybody's favorite and Gill- injury plague that wrecked the not now. Names like Adams, need a quarterback Coach! k
much about what be was
i when he man, noting this, said last week, team two years ago is strik- Barron Hilton of San Diego and Jack Faulkner wheeled and: \ ; f
said "A.F.L." .:.:. !'.. "Polls and prognosticati o n s ing again. But this is unlikely. Lamar Hunt of Texas no longer dealed plenty in the off .season -;

Foss continues S>:. "t1l" aren't going to win any football Success could topple tht are worth more ink on the he shored his defense and,
to tour and talk la games for us. Our athletes are Chargers. Last year, ovati o n s sports pages than their athletes. signed the rookies he wanted,i BAL 't ,

but in this, the going to have to be more dedi- rained down on the Kansas City Now the A. F. L. plays coy but without a quarterback, the I \ ;
fifth'IiI' cated than ever because every Chiefs (nee Dallas Texans), the'and waits for the television bonanza ship may sink.BOSTON I X
A. F. L.'s '
one will be pointing for us. And 1963 A. F. L. defending cham and public demand to Injuries could be \ COAT
hard season,sell campaign ..A the league's strength and balance -'pions. And the Chiefs were never -I crumble the N. F. L's defense costly, like Ron Burton or Gino : : .. )
a is unnerving, at least to a in the race, finishing 5-7-2, against "that other league.:' Saoelletti or Babe Parilli being 9991i4vsroRi.
has I handsome
changed to softp. coach. The" day of the breatheris against San Diego's 113. .!HOW THE A. F. L. FINISHEDIN hurt Mike Holovak\ 919>s9 9! Choose allweather your topcoat from

sell and talk ot gone. I Eastern ContendersIn 1 1963 got the mileage out of his defense -;' or
merit of the Marshall While Gillman fights the sin I the Eastern division Boston -' Western DivisionW last season The Babe I solid color poplins

product. of success, complacency, his the defending champion, L Pet. Pts.Opp (34) is almost as old as Rote I fancy twills. Every fine
Every since Otto Graham in personnel is ready. Buffalo and Houston all rate as San Diego 11 3 0 .786 399 255 .Patroits never came up: I coat te treated with Du-

,,3 the off season said he thought Age and injuries might showon contenders, with the edge goingto Oakland 10 4 0 .714 363 282 with the big-name rookie this Pont's Zelan rain and .s

I' the San Diego Chargers could his quarterback, Tobin Rote, Houston. The Oilers know the Kansas City 572 .417 347 263 time, losing Jack Concannon of; From $4995 stain repellent finish y }.

beat any team in the game today now 36 and in his 15th seasonof taste of championships and it Denver 2111.154 291 473 Boston College, the one they Zip-in liner is warm Orion r t :

1'1 the A.F.L. has been professional football. Bu tBeefy appears Owner Bud Adams has Eastern Division wanted. I +
t made the moves to imnrove -last- -- Boston 7 6 1 .538 327 257 BUFFALO The Bills' fans: Also A Large
r year's 6-8 record. Buffalo 7 61.538 304 291'and sportswriters who have Selection Of you outerwear'U

I He replaced Coach Pop Ivy Houston 680 .429 302 372 picked them to win the division'
s with Sammy Baugh and signed New York 5 8 1 .385 249 399 title two years running are Manual & school outerwear'v!

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collegiate lineman of the 26-8)). could not get out of the starting
year, and Don Trull, lead i n g gate in the first month, two

passer for Baylor. The 1964 Outlook years running. And this year HANCOCKTYPEWRITER $1995I ti

The New York Jets are ex- SAN DIEGO Deep in talent the Bills take on Kansas City,

pected to lead the league in one Gillman could stand Denver, San Diego and 0 a k- i

8 a category, advance seasontick- pat with his champions, who land in the first four games. .I EXCHANGE M
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431 N. Main St.
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chise's team, the. Jets will play KANSAS CITY Stram turn With Pop Ivy I I

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halfback Jerry Holder, eral players, including quarterback i S fE

quarterback James Harmon, Terrell to end, in an
tackle Franklin Smith and effort to find a winning com- I
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).:.", '.I' : .:.. a .i Emergence of Semi-Pro Football SurprisesJACKSONVILLE

'S > ./ -Me of the-aging 12,000 attendance a game. den and Huntsville, Ala., where I mostly composed of Ohio clubs.1 j[[Lake Butler; and Dave Snyder } -
! ; of 1364 and The Orlando Broncos, heavily there is football in its backfield. r.. : Itt w top sports surprises I no major com- The Orlando roster lists such I I ,.''.
V-, the future is the sudden emerg- populated with ex Universityof Mobile I : ,
'L' petition. Ala., winless Gators as Jack Jones, Dennis A raft of former college starsin .
ex -
Florida is in '
players pulling
ence of semi pro football as a t"
through its first six games, is Bruce Strl i in the Southeastern Conferenceare
moneymaker in the Scutn. about. 7,000 a game. The Jack-! g
playing with the Other clubs.
sonville Robins, featuring an all- averaging 3,000 a game. ,Larry Libertore, Paul Vargecko,
J After two years of struggling, Many of them, unable to break
Florida State backfield, hit-
is Jack Katz, Jimmy Morgan, Gerald
There is talk of a post sea-! into the National or American
red ink on the financial ledger ting 4,500 and drew 7,800 one
interest, the .son playoff contest mat !"U:1g the Odom and Lawrin Gianna-I Football Leagues after leaving
and little fan
.. game as part of a twin bin; with
....' Professional F otball ''winner more. t college, manage to climb back
Southern o j ia Jacksonville Suns baseball,' of the Southern loop} with
i i after a good in the semipro c
League (eight teams) ha? seem-, ,
contest. the champion of the United Jacksonville has Fred Pick-' circuit. s{ e, i
BOB HOOVER ingly caught on.Chattanooga Interest Stems Football League, another semipro -lard, Ed Trancygier Jim Daniel -:
II Bronco Halfback Tenn., is aver-1 Much interest stems in Gads-( circuit from the Midwest, coach at Union High of i Leaders in the Gray and Blue
.. divisions of the Southern chaseof ,
; this week were Jacksonvillein Y
the Gray and Gadsden in the
STOREWIDE I Blue. The winners will playoff 1
I at season's end for the title. I
Other clubs are Chattanooga
' Ifluw. 'Columbus, Miss., and Mobile in
l the Gray loop and Orlando, Day- '
CLEARANCE ;tona Beach and Huntsville: in the 1- JACK KATZGERALD ODOM

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'Vol: Coach i InterceptionsBruce
:=:= !I Bennett and Joe Brod- Brodsky, however set a national (
lI mark with his
sky hold the record for most'! yardage
I .r '- Ij : :Remains return of 162 for a pair of TDs
j r-: w interceptions in a single game';against Mississippi State in
!at Florida with three. 1956.
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r'i. .:The man in charge of guiding II ]
.Tennessee back to a place i
among the bluebloods of college
!football has no room in his locker -'
for crying towels. I

J I Doug Dickey, who was selected : ___j ,r

SPECIAL BUY 9x12 RUGS ,i Jim last McDonald December as head to football replace! $1299

( coach of the tradition-rich Volunteers -, h
I knows he has problemsand Ztq
I lots of them- but he still a
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foam-back quality you': never expect at this price! I hear him saying he's going to e

4 i Rose, beige, royal blue, turquoise, canyon orange, 1788 1 088 lose to anybody. .. '....
I Tennessee is going through: .x.
: evergreen, plum, red. I the big change now, shifting;
I from the single-wing it helped, :
) make famous to the more i .2:1 THE
I streamlined T-formations. This
i ifs the beginning of Dickey's AUTHENTICSTYLE :AL

I\ BEAUTIFUL ROUND RUGS! I!problems.Young Squad"If E

1 V ROUND 4.88 6r ROUND 9.88 9' ROUND 24.88 I I change we with were experienced making players the- w...,-.

if want to be correct the :
I it wouldn't.make. much difference you on campus
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!are doing it with a young squad ,
fi i !which has just three two-year Here's the classic of them all for the smart .

lettermen. young man about college! Authentic, always- :

j'i SAVE ON DRAPERY REMNANTS "I hope we can make progress correct slip-on styling; hand-seivn moccasin
with our offense each game," he seams; Cordoshell upper leather that shines
CORDED COTTON-SINGLE x 63" 5.98 BEDSPREADS .said "But we'll be primarily" a easily and holds its shine )longer. If you wantto
defensive team this season.
\ ALL FROM be right in style I this is jour shoe. Let us fit
BEAUTIFUL PRINTS RAYON Tennessee, which lost 20 lettermen -
1 SINGLE x 63" 4.98 SINGLE x 9011 5.98 OUR :, last year but still re-
turns 26, also is bankrupt of;
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SINGLE x 54" 4.98 1 V2 x 54" 9.98 AT BIG Corded Cotton' Floral Quilted win without a running game. I :

l COBB LET EX ALL RAYON IN WHITE The man, who will be the first,
and Chenilles TWin and 'Tennessee quarterback in recent''
I. V2x63" 11.99 ,history, is Hal Wantland, a 6-i;
SINGLE x 63" 6.99 'foot, 198-pound, junior who wasa '
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H .,:\a.M :,.!:jjj! Jones Facing Rugged Task Mo Big* Valley Eight* I

By BILL CONNORS Oklahoma is two deep in halfback Gale Sayers, both con- hawks have most, favorable the national rolls). He has the,Jim Waskiewicz. But quarterbacks
>>/ :< Executive Sports Editor, brawny, experienced 1 i n emen sensus selections, and Iowa home schedule, with key games receivers to do it. But perennial leave much to be de- I
'if 'I Tulsa World and running backs. If quarter- State tailback Tom Vaughn, spiced around second division defensive weaknesses and :sired.

TULSA, Okla. Few coachesif I back Mike Ringer is recovered, perhaps the best all around opponents, and catching Oklahoma only so so running are avail- NORTH TEXAS-After being ,

; any, ever inherited_ such aI I as expected, from the elbow in- player of the group. at home the week after able in support blessed with good backs for 1

1r delicate, yet inviting challengeas jury which disabled him last Missouri halfback Johnny Roland Sooner's emotion draining tK1 WICHITA Shockers can several years, Eagles are downto

Oklahoma's Gomer Jones. year the Sooners might be national ranked with this trio two tanic with Texas.NEBRASKA match Cincinnati everywhere only one, halfback A. D.

The 50 year-old Jones must champions. years ago when he led the After the pros except quarterback. They have Whitfield. The line may be im- ,

succeed an all-time hero, Bud Physically, they have every- league in scoring. He was signed 11 men off last year's good runners, led by fullback roved, led by all conference

Wilkinson. History shows that. thing. And, the mental sparks grounded by disciplinary pen- championship club, there are Pete DiDonato, and an all-vet juard James Moore. But the
to be a fatal assignment. that was missing last year, when alty last year, but returns to plenty of capable players left. eran line, anchored by center jackfiU outlook is bleak. I
. The they surrendered the title to give the conference a fourth The line has two standouts in
successors to the likes of : -
Neyland, Rockne, Bierman and Nebraska, has apparently been potential All-America runner.In end Tony Jeter and tackle Larry \
Leahy failed and were never rekindled by Jones. addition, Missouri quarter- Kramer. The backfield will
back Lane is of All- be less than last I
Lary powerful
heard archi-
from line
again. So, Jones is Jones, Wilkinson's
America coliber. He led the but strong with second-teamers
bucking tradition. tect for 17 years, was lookedon I
with reservation with the Ok- conference in total offense last Fred Duda, quarterback, and
However, Wilkinson left Jones
Wilkinson year. halfbacks Bobby Hohn and Kent I
h talented lahoma regents
su c a experienced
This is the Big Eight's first McCloughan moving Half
to enter politics. But up.
squad ((21 seniors who had been
year without an Orange Bowl backs Ron Kirkland and Harry
the initiated a move inJones'
the backbone of teams which Mfg
tiup. The conference is free to Wilson are best of outstandingcrop Y
behalf which eventually
lost four in
only two
send to
representatives any of sophomores.
'a /by 'vk.0.JyL! .a' k y HlFy years), no one would b ac k brought a tidal wave of public bowl,.,except the Rose. IOWA STATE-Tailback Tom I
The fierce hitting
from the
away assignment, In the Missouri
I neighboring Vaughn and fullback Mike Cox I
r / z e T. however jinxed. gung returned- ho in spirit practice.subsequently Valley Conference, Cincinnati is give Cyclones best 1.2 punch inI I

The Sooners are overwhelming spring favored. The Bearcats shared the conference. quarterbackKen

favorites to win the Big Ringer, thus- becomes the key the championship with Wichita, Bunte, returning starter, F
Eight Conference, where muscu- man. As sophomore, he bumped last year, despite losing all- can improve as passer, they j.. .
lar development has spawned three lettermen to start league halfback Royce Stars on will challenge every defense. i r,.
r TULSA'S ACE PASSER JERRY RHOME quality contenders at four other first time Wilkinson ever per- I eligibility and his speedy stable- Line remains lighter than'i '

Rated One of Country's Finest Aerialistster schools. mitted a rookie quarterbacksuch 'mate, Al Nelson, with a broken most, but has all-conference!, r
a distinction. Ringer mov- collar bone. center John Berrington and I
ed the Sooners to all of their Unmatched tackle John Van Sickle for
Speed an!
Melrose To Put Big Load 48 points in leadoff victoriesover Both of these flyers return chors. I
Clemson and Southern
: this year, along with the nifty COLORADO This might be!

California. quarterback, B ri g Owens, to most improved team in league.!
: On Fullback's ShouldersMelroseAtAGlance Elbow InjuryHe give Cincinnati unmatched Entire starting line returns., e:!

\ missed the last eight speed. Halfback Bill Symons, only 1 ,

I games after an elbow injury, Tulsa, with quarterback Jerry backfield starter returning, will

Troy McGuire. Outlook: Lost several key inflicted by an electric fan while' Rhome on the prowl for more be joined by rookie transfer I'

Returning Lettermen: 7 1963 Record: Won 8, Lost 1, players from last season, but he was studying, became infect records, will bid for an unpre- George Reese (from Oklahoma) .a
Top all star prospects: Tied 1Coach have excellent fullback and ed. The elbow required three cedented third straight national and other promising sophomore II '

Fullback Jim Ford and cenGators' : Carl Herring operations, and Ringer has not passing title. Wichita needs onlya backs to bolster attack. I I
---. good center returning. Out- tested it under contact But, quarterback to contend. North I OKLAHOMA STATE The

1 Metro se Football Rosier come will depend on new per i from all medical reports, he Texas, improved defensivelybut most inexperienced team in I It's a soft life in -

sonnel. .will be fit.Ringer without backfield speed, league, with grave problems at *
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Ht Wt. School Letters Pos. I has everything to. be- and Louisville appear out of quarterback. End Jack Jacobson Hush Puppies \ Hush

Jim Ford 5-1 186 12 3 FB MELROSE -Coach Carl Herring come a star speed, size, contention and fullback due of Walt! Your Hush Puppies casuals are different PN pjCS
Troy McGuire 5-10 162 12 2 C I will put a heavy load on leadership and reasonably good Here is a capsule summaryof Garrison and George Thomas i Unique tanning methods combine fluorocarbon p e a e e "
Carson 5- 150 12 1 E
Johntry .
E. J. Beck 5-10 151 12 1 QB i fullback Jim Ford's shouldersthis passing skill. Oklahoma has the teams, by conferences: are best of thin veterans. i resins* into the soft Breathin' Brushed Pigskin And HREATHIN'PIGSKINGASUALSOlT BRUSHED I
and soil.
to resist water stains c
Larry Pric't 5-6 136 11 1 HB season in an effort to four other lettered quarterbacks.But Big Eight KANSAS STATEAfter I et \
that meats: suftRs even soaking. w r r s s
John Allen 5-9 148 11 1 E I match his fine football team of all are medicore. Should OKLAHOMATwelve of top breaking three year confer But that's only: ha.f the story! I
Kenneth Tomlinson 6-2 152 11 1 E
: Butch Arwood 5-11 180 11 0 HB a year ago. Ringer fail, the conference race 14 linemen return, led by all- ence drought, Wildcats are en-! ligrtAi jbt umlart .Clttn with brisk brashly ,
Nicky Chioppini 5-9 135 10 0 QB I Ford is a 5-foot-ll, 186-pound will probably develop into a conference pair of guard Newt thused and expect to vacate i I ,Steel sank far ran support .Micro'cellular ,
Richard "romlinson 5-9 128 10 0 E :! three; team struggle between Burton and tackle Ralph Neely.I cellar. Line is experienced but -mariiUff crepe sores ., ,
Bobby Downs 5-2 IIZ 10 0 E three year letterman who has
Robert Dixon 5-3 118 10 0 E :the ability to move the ball. The Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri. -Neely and other guard, Ed Mc-' only so so. Halfbacks Bob :, And man, that's living! '
: Bill Harris 5-8 135 10 0 C f three time All-Conference Quarters, are All America Dusenbury and Ron Barlow are I
Junior Jordon 5-10 138 10 0 HB performer Not Oklahoma Center Carl McAdamsis capable. But quarterback must I
George Matchett 5-8 137 10 0 HB i also stands out passing even can Hush Puppies from Youngsters Size 5Vz (about
Bill Matchett 5-9 138 10 0 E I and punting. match those two for starting rated equal of Sooners' greatest be developed. i $7 To $9))

Robert McGuire 511 142 10 0 E backfields. And, for the first linebacking stars. Backfield Missouri Valley i To Ladies Size 11 b Men's to 16 (about $9-$11)) "
Charles McKinney 5-8 135 10 0 HB I Troy McGuire, a sturdy 5-foot- time Kansas has a quality line. built around fullback Jim Gris- CINCINNATI Fifteen of I
Ernest Moore 5-7 128 10 0 'E Men's tr Women's Golf Shoes About $12 to $14
Bill Ormsbee 5.10 143 10 0 E i 10, 162 pounder, brings experience Missouri annually is as tough ham, destined to crack Billy top 22 return, but hopes are B-L SHOE DEPT.
Eddie Rothhammer 5-2 118 10 0 B to the center position. He I defensively as anyone. Vessels' career records for pinned to two who weren't I I

;. Walter Sturdivant 5-6 140 10 0 C !is a two-year letterman sen- Nebraska was riddled by gra- ground gaining, and Ringer, around last year halfbacks ''I''
Scott Sipprell 5.10 203 10 0 C
ior. duation. But the Bowl Starks all conferencein
Frankie Beckham 5-4 121 9 0 E Orange all-purpose quarterback. Royce ,
I Guy Catchpole 5-5 134 9 0 E champions have a solid nucleusfor MISSOURI This backfield 1963 but ineligible last year, I
Five other
Greg Huff 5-8 148 9 0 B I players saw rebuilding and boast the. sho u 1 d be outstanding. Quar- and Al Nelson, disabled in the !
Pat Harris 5-3 120 9 0 B limited action last are
: year best in the terback Lane is deluxe third last They are
sophomore crop Gary game year.
David Wilson
5-6 128 9 0 QB I ends Carson Johntry, John Al- I
Gilbert SUI: 5-7 132 9 0 E league. Their rookie backs are runner-passer. Halfbacks John- 9.8 sprinters. Quarterback Brig
len and Kenneth Tomlinson
Ronald Nazworth 5-3 125 8 0 B : prolific. Iowa State, always ny Roland and Charlie Brown, Owens is fast and elusive.
David Tomlinson 5-6 118 8 0 E [halfback Larry Price and quar- disciplined and tough, has its fleet sophomore, and fullbacksGus There is more speed among re ,
Mark Bud
5-2 112 8 0 B terback E. J. Beck. II
David Allison 5-8 128 8 0 E 1 best depth and will bid vigor- Otto and Carl Reese pre- serves. Guard Jerry Momper THE STORE WITH MORE
Charles Arwood 5-6 134 8 0 B 1I I "We lost several key playersdue ously for the first division. sent speed, size and versatility.Line is top lineman. I GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

Keith Dell Matchett McKinney 5-4 5-5 120 112 8 8 0 0 E E to graduation, dropout and Each of these four can count may not be up to usual TULSA Quarterback Jerry' 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ;

Loyd Baldwin 5-3 108 8 0 E ''transfer," Herring said. "We 10 or 12 top flight players, plus standards, but still good, led Rhome, third in nation in pass- :
can have a good season if some 10 or 12 other prospects of such by guard Bobby Brown. ing last year, needs only 144 i

of the new boys will continue to ability. But Oklahoma can count KANSAS This may be the completions to break George i B-L CHARGE-CENTRAL CHARGE-LAYAWAY

work hard as they did at spring 18 proven top flighters and fastest backfield in the coun- Mira's career record (best on j I ------
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practice and during our sum also has a stack of good new- try. Halfback Gale Sayers, third

mer weight training program." comers. nationally in rushing, will be
Behind these five there is a joined by equally fast rookie
V Game Rates High Melrose Schedule sharp dropoff. Colorado and Sims Stokes. This moves last Jwdf

Sept. 18 Bronson Oklahoma State, in the second year's starter, Ron Oelschlager %

Sept. 25 Open year of building programs, are to fullback to give three
Oct. 2 at Hawthorne young and thin. Kansas State breakaway threats. QuarterbackSteve for perfect fit .

In Plans for '64No Oct..9Cedar Key has experience but little quality. Renko is expected to blos- '
I comfort .
Oct. 16 at TaylorOct. Top RunnersNo som after fine rookie debut. greater

23 at BronsonOct. conference can match the Optimism centers on line, T.-
longer wear ( V
secrets have been let out year, gets first call at his 30 Open Big Eight in running backs. where size and depth are pre- V
of the bag when Florida head specialty but might be hard- Nov. 6 HawthorneNov. Three made All America last sented. Ringleaders are end

coach Ray Graves says the pressed to retain this chore in 13 at Cedar Key year. They were Oklahoma fullback Mike Shinn all conference,
kicking game will be a major Nov. 20 Taylor Jim Grisham and Kansas and tackle Brian Schweda. Jay-
item for the Gators in 1964. 1964.Sophomore J ;
Don Barret i I' --- ---

Graves believes his team has, (Vero Beach) and John Pres-| I

in junior Hal Seymour ton (Columbus, Ga.) are both) r : ,. MunSingwear.lIelonFree'; + ,5 I
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40.7 per try last year Sept. 19. j| &% .
and finished 10th in the nationas Senior Jimmy Hall (Pensa-!II

only a sophomore."We cola) who has handled extra \ / .,. i
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first few games and got him years, likely will do the same 1 1t

into shoes," says Graves. "He this fall and also will join in, tI\ f't ;c".. --- .CLASSIC \
averaged over 44 yards per the scramble for the field goal! ,Na ,xaarJ .: J
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kick, then asked to kick with- job. ;i ." ,
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Sunday. September 6, 1964 Football Special 17

;, k. ;;- .I Eastern Big Five Second to None k

: ,;Z.. By ARNIE BURDICK my, Navy, Penn State, Pitt and phasis on their football these Yale, which showed remark- ton College and Colgate. B.C.,

11 Sports Editor, I Syracuse-won 29 intersectional days, but the quintet mentioned The East able improvement under its shooting to regain its power

Syracuse Herald-Journal games last fall, lost only three. above has its sleeves rolled up new coach Johnny Pont, may rating of the forties, needs onlya

, SYRACUSE, N. Y. A lot of This was by far the best rec- to not only take on all comers, 'die I prosper under the new, freer quarterback to take over for
two heads the
i the nation's fans are under the ord chalked up by the top elev- but also to stage their annual past years, substitution rule, for there are the graduated Jack Concannon.

;I impression that Eastern football -I.: ens of any sector, and it should dogfight for Eastern honors. parade., supplied More by SophomoresTim breakawayspeed I,23 lettermen returning under Then it will be able to make

.Is pretty much like the. quickly point up the.type.of grid Navy Is Tops Montgomery and Mike Ir- the New Haven Elms and life miserable for such powersas
I Gibson girl that it went out muscles that the Eastern power- Navy, led by one of the few win some outstanding freshmen are Syracuse and Army for the
the heat off the
with the bustle. houses are wearing under their juniors to ever capture the Hies- may I being elevated. Harvard had Eagles' line has muscles and
quarterbacks main-
' Hence, it will probably comer button down collars. man Trophy, Roger Staubach, tain Engle's enough clean record to of I better get the Ells this November -there's backfield speed aplenty.
as,a direct surprise to most that Some of their Ivy brethren is still the team to beat as it or they might have a long Colgate, which has made a habit -
never having tutored a losing:
' the Big Five of the East Ar- maybe placing a different em- defends the Lambert Trap h y, i team at Penn State. This is No. wait. of knocking over the Ivies, :..xyn
1 emblematic of Eastern honors, I Veteran Lines could number four league victims
15 .
but Syracuse, Army and Pitt coming up.Princeton" Cornell, stripped of Gary this year. Hal Lahar has '
are all taking dead aim at the which let the undisputed Wood manufacturer of a car- crack backs Lee Woltman, Don

Middies.On Ivy crown slip throughits load of Ivy records, has two Court and Gerry Barudin

two other plateaus, the fingers by fumbling late veteran lines on .hand, but ready, and a big, strong Raider -
ft '-ej Ivies and the 'Middle Atlantic against Dartmouth and thereby there's some question if Tom line looks beefy enough to

3.. g elevens, are also revving up for being forced to share the title Harp's new offense (balancedline cause trouble.

some donnybrooks on their own with the Green, has 19 big T) will be able to score Rutgers should improve. It

.level. Princeton and Harvard lettermen back, headed by All- enough points. Marty Spon- was mostly a sophomore unit aNAVY'S

appear to be out in front in the America fullback candidate augle will step into Wood's big last season, with Chet Ward, a
Cosmo Iacavazzi and Tailback
Order of the Ancient Eight, quarterback shoes. Penn has a 200-pound() junior halfback set to ,_..
Qb:2 though Dartmouth, which shar- Don McKay. They'll combine new offense too. John Stieg- lead the Scarlet attack. Villa- JOLLY ROGER STAUBACH

j ed the title with the Tigers last to put teeth into the lone remaining -man has tossed out the single- nova, with an A-A possibilityin Heh man Trophy Winner Set To Go

fall, can't be discounted. Dela- single-wing attack still wing and will rise or fall with Al Atkinson, may be hurting
ware, winner of the Small. College in use by a major college football make
1 4 Bruce Molloy's ability to defensively, while Buffalo, I
Lambert Cup, looks like a team. the switch from tailback to T- which is determined to spoil
4F ( 4 Ar y. F.aa,.%a6,y.y.y, rd.p. shoo-in to Pressing the Tigers could be and
"4. ,7 repeat. quarter. He's a fine rusher their ace QB John Stofa if the I
From a national standpoint, Harvard, which went right punter. now major Bulls are to keep
the battle for Big Five honors down to the wire for the crown, Two spoilers loom in the rolling. sct

should be a lulu. Unfortunately before> being upset by Yale in Eastern ranks. They are Bos- I 1;
Rabbit Hunt
I the finale. The Johnnies will be -
I .. Syracuse, regarded by manyas
4 ;r s the heir apparent to Navy's more talented at quarterbackwhere r The Mid-Atlantic Conference!

c row, doesn't square off Tom Bilodeau retreaded looms as another rabbit-hunt;;

against the Middies in a headon halfback, holds forth, and for Davey Nelson's Delawareunit i MODERN T.V.RECLINER .

Showdown. However, there's Wally Grant, a gifted runner, one of the few elevens in I '
/s enough common foes to settle should supply some punch for the nation which would up last :
x 9I the issue. I John Yovicsin's deep squad. year's season undefeated and'

i Another Shot I Dartmouth, which came on untied. Temple and Bucknell] 2"FOAM N..1.Mt I

Navy, with a more experIenced late like Gangbusters share s y, figure to provide the Blue Hens ON SEAT -a .
the title has lot of football r .
Staubach still at the throttle a with their sternest oppostion. ,
l.s still smarting from a whipping ,players, but no passer, and Delaware has a fine senior I ?
in the Cotton Bowl at the few experienced runners. It end in Capt. Ron Bianco and I Ia .
.. hands of Texas. Coach Wayne looks like a rebuilding year of !: one-two backfield punch in!,

Hardin's No. 2 ranked team the Hanover Indians. Brown, Quarterback Tom Van Grofski;'
I had hoped to knock over the with a pair of able pitchers in and Fullback Mike McCrann. MOLDED
Jim Dunda and Bob Hall, plus ] t'at
and take the doublebarreled omP
Longhorns over Temple offers a (
premier spot, but the Steers hada two expert receivers in John threat at quarter in Mark: FOAM BACK sqgisCombination j

hot hand. However, hope continues Parry and Bob Seiple, could iLiPAT Lichtenfield and Joe Petro, and I 100% Nylon face frieze and Plastic.
surprise, as could Columbia, 2" Foam T.pp r on Seat. 3/4" Foam Top *'en
to spring at Annapolis as : 24 lettermen to provide depth., Arm toot,." Melded Feet Inlaid Back.LOX
Alabama Backfield Ace Roger oils up his good right throttled by the top quarter- _----- The Owls could be the sleeper.!, Se... N. Sag Springs. elfen
for shot national back in the loop in Archie Roberts DONNELLY .
arm another at Bucknell could use a quarterback .Ihc&/ILK-T11fIt! 77UfQ
Halfback Mickey Andrews will be one of Coach laurels. Middle Fullback but has 21 lettermen I. .. "il./lt.tii/Ctl.'ell/l
! (Bear) Bryant's offensive weapons at University l L 1
Seventeen important letter- back including John Barron,
of Alabama this season.DeLong's. men have left Crabtown, but 200 pound full. The others in

Fullback' Pat Donnelly and Detroit May the MAC University Division, !

Flankerback Ed Orr are still on Gettysburg, Hofstra, Lehigh,! Now
hand to lend thump and balanceto and Lafayette all look like,i '

E Target the Staubach-operated Sailor they're rebuilding. Incidentally 3995 $1.00
attack. Hardin says ends and Be ContenderIn Lehigh and Lafayette will: Only

I ;. linebackers are his need if he's I Ito celebrate a milestone this i IDOWN

Is Quarterbacks keep the Middie ship at full''' year they'll play their 100th; 1- We Finance Own
speed ahead. He lost 17 letter. match[ first rivalry to attain I 11 Account.GIBBS Our *
I winners, but Place-kicker guard Western this goal. I

F By KELSO STURGEON block him. He has so much Fred Marlin and Tackles Jim Overall, the East, the birthplace :
Freeman and Pat Philbin should ''
Associated Press Sports Writer speed and strength he just over- of American
of escort By JACK HAND sive cornerback, underwent I
provide plenty service surgery -back in 1869, looks forward
Any lineman who has had the powers everybody. for Navy's destroyer'backs. BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. in mid-August for removalof eagerly again to another big I

t misfortune to spend 60 minutes "There's no doubt in my mind Syracuse seems to have the (AP) Alex Karras is back, cartilage from an Injured season of thrills, suspense and,: LFURNITURE

trying to outmuscle Tennessee's that he can get into anybody's II same kind of folks as Navya rougher and tougher than ever, knee. He is supposed to be backin surprises. And as long as the J
lot of backs, but a question- to make Detroit's defensive six weeks.In 102 SW FIRST AVE.
Steve Delong will be quick to backfield and go for the ball" pigskin still maintain its ; '
I able front. Orange runners are ,group a threat to all in the his absence Wilson has ward shape, it'll always con-I PHONE FR 6-3405
tell that it Is an almost impossible Despite Delong's vicious ag (
you rig and swift with Seniors Jim Western Conference of the National been using Bobby Thompson, tinue to take a lot of funny,I L.-- Locally Owned by Kenneth Gibbs
job. gresslveness on the field, Dickey Nance, Ducky Duckett and Billy Football League. returning after two years in Ca- but interesting, bounces. I I

,11 With this in mind, the followIng says he's really a nice guy. Hunter set for their third tryat I If George Wilson can find nada. Yale Lary, 33, Gary __ ___ ------- ___

announcement should makea Recently married, Debug is a Eastern honors. In addition, 'enough offense from the passingof Lowe, 30, and Dick Le Beau, 27, I

lot of quarterbacks work on memberof the Fellowship of a sophomore phee-nom Floyd : Milt Plum and Earl Morrall round out the rest of a veteran
Little, turn out to be the and the of Gail defense. *
may catching Cogdill deep
this Christian Athletes.
their Delongis
speed season
best of the pack. He was far Terry Banand Pat Studstill Tough Team ARE YOU
Pros Wants Tucker
expanding his operation and and away the top back during the Lions could challenge Chicago -, Karras teams with 6-foot-5-
.the signal-callers will be his new Elsewhere around the South- last spring's drills, and veteran and Green Bay. 300-pound Roger Brown at taco
eastern Conference Auburn I
target. Coach Ralph Jordan, the Orange coach Ben Schwartzwal- "Barring injuries, we'll be up kle. Darris McCord, coming PLANS FOR HIM. TO"CARRY
Coach says
Doug Dickey explainedthat I der already is tabbing him as somewhere close" said Wilsonat back after a series of injuriesand
243- pros are more interested in tailback -
Delong, a 6-foot-3 another Jimmy Brown or Ernie
the Lions' training camp at Sam Williams are the ends
pound All-Southeastern confer Tucker Frederickson than Davis, a tall order for any Cranbrook School. with the veteran Bill Quinlan in

ence guard, will play middle they are in All-America quarter- soph. I "Karras is in tip top shape. reserve. The linebacking trio of --:- --
back Sidle. dQ.
and that his Jimmy
guard on QB Problem He is going to make a better Ernie Clark, Joe Schmidt and
will be to On the speed of athletes, Vanderbilt -
I major responsibility Quarterback could be Syra- football player out of Roger Wayne Walker is. intact. Carl
for the with the ball. Coach Jack Green ni THE BALL"WHEN
go man says cuses' Achilles Heel, even c
Brown and the other. Alex has a Brettschneider is coming back ,
Called he doesn't care if his linemenare
Strongest though Seniors Walley Mahle
knack of keeping the team loose slowly after a leg injury. _
Delong, rated by Dickey as so slow you have to time still
and Rich King are eligi with his needling." The defense Isthe real solid' IT'SHIS
the strongest college lineman them on a calender rather thana ble. Mahle excels as a runner,
A Long Year base of the Lions. The passing I
he's has enough stop watch. "I don't care how
ever seen but neither r
King as a ,
Karras found his the
suspensionfor depends on I
game accuracy
and that he'll fast a man can run 100 yards, 51 2h1 ItM TURN?
speed quickness boy has yet been able to showa : betting on games "a very of Plum and Morrall and the I =
look more than one quarterbackin he said, "I'm just" concernedthat consistent threat in his long year." is anxious to I physical condition of Nick Pi-! 4-
the belt-buckle before the sea- he be quick. weakness. Defense, too, might 'make '. 5
up for lost time. etrosante, the veteran fullback. KickOffHis
son is over. A big sophomore lineman to be the Orange un '
prove I The loss of Karras fines to Cogdill, Barr and Studstill -
is football Maurice Moorman has left the
"This man a great
doing. other Lion players and the Detroit -another man coming back after
player," Dickey said. "I camel Kentucky team, despite earlier Pitt, which had its best sea- front office left the team in surgery are fine receivers.Jim Future
to Tennessee anxious to find out: predictions by Coach Charlie in losing onlyto
son eight ,
years a rather demoralized state of Gibbons is the tight end '
if he was as good as folks said Bradshaw that he might becomethe wind with the :- : -
: Navy, may up shock last year. Then the injury tacked by Hugh Mclnnis. Now With A
he was. There's no doubt in my greatest tackle in Wildcat best quarterback in the nationin jinx struck. Tom Watkins is the top run-

mind now." history. Fleet Fred Mazurek. Coach "At one time we had 26 out of ning back with help from Dan SAVINGS PROGRAMAT
his Bradshaw said the 6-4, 205- him 1
who is
starting calls
j Dickey, Johnny Michelosin 38 players injured," said Wil- Lewis. Larry Ferguson and t
first season at Tennessee, said'Nobody pound Moorman left "due to the "Perfect Operator of the Nick Ryder back up Pietron-,

on our campus can personal reasons." .. Option", and Fred has lived up son.Injuries already have struck sante at fullback, plus Pat Batten GUARANTY FEDERAL

; to that billing by smashing the this season. Dick (Night Train) a good-looking rookie from I

r ';." ,",' "" Panthers' total offense mark Lane, veteran all-league defen- Hardin Simmons. I II WHERE YOUR SAVINGS
". A.;:'t 'd last year. The Panthers.suffered I I hi
heavily through graduation, ,
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j ;' but 20 big lettermen returned, :': -
such swift backs as .... +,
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..". .6.t" ,,".', .,. .. 'fA. "S: f art.Wellmuscled Army, now in : : s We think you'll like our friendly
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..$O.,:M' : ..4,:ti't l< >; zel about,. who's the new outwardly sub rule happy which !" <:. "";''fJ.$! ,. ar service and you're always wel-

: ,'f.-1IC: tt'l will permit him to employ his ,v. ".:. ,
} .. + : favorite three team system, come to discuss your savings problems -

\ H i. fAl iJ! n.hs may well muscle its way into I 4 ; I Iz

i ,Yf .7i ..: the throne-Oom-Paul has Rol- R I Ia with us. Come in soon and start
Stichweh who needed only ., .
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..j..v/ -' ",;,;,"?, another play to perhaps bring savings plan so your son will be
i of the against { your ,
fi 1: off the upset year ti j jt
> Navy, returns to direct a hard-
the ball" when it'shis
; hitting offense that concentrates ready to "carry

es on moving the ball over-

I land, like an old-fashioned turn.
Army pincer movement. John
i! Seymour and John Johnson ANY MONTH EARN FROM THE FIRST
si Y. ayy. wb : are other backs that beef up
t the West Point look. Center

Ron Butterfield heads up a

11I man-eating line that'll make t FEDERALSAVINGS
: life attacks.miserable for rival ground

A Standout Center >
Penn State finally has run f & LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf

out of quarterbacks. The Mount
220 North Main Street, Phone FR 2.8496
Nits 'which has had such bell-. Gainesville

r-- ringers as Richie Lucas and I "Chartered and Supervised by

Pete Liske, are now raving the United States Government"
about the other end of the snap
Center Glen Ressler. "He's the 41 1// 0/0 Per Each Account Insured Up To .

best Tve ever coached," en- Annum $10,000.00

I GHS Running Demon thuses Rip Engle, who still Sophomore Standout Free Parking in Rear- .
would like to be able to solve CompoundedSemiAnnually

Big Al Giffen,. 6.4, 225 pounds will be counted on his QB situation. Right now Quarterback Steve Spurrier b expected to playa Drive-in Window
Wydman, more big role in University of Florida's offense this sea. .
to lead the Gainesville High offense this season. Speedster Gary "A Federal Savings-Institution"
The senior standout was switched from end to hajf- of a rollout runner than passer son. The husky 'sophomore star is rated as an exceptional

.I .... back ,in the spring. who'i been plagued by injuries passer.
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GHS At A Glance 18 to test nine Kimmie Helton, switched
A big, strong and experienced Sept. perennial promptly completed pass-
Returning Lettermen:15 backfield should be the power Robert E. Lee in an unenviable from guard, and Billy Salterare
Top all star prospects: No. 1 asset in another Class opening clash. Then es.The three sport star also .expected to battle it out

Halfback Al Giffen, quarter- AA powerhouse. Sprinkle in comes Palatka at home and turned in an impressive performance for the center spot. Both were
nkx back Jackie Eckdahl fallback i several top flight linemen Jacksonville Paxon on the in the spring game regulars for the Gunga Dins

Alex Drnash, end Al and the 1963 season could road. with his aerial and ground last year.

Simmons, guard Jerry.. well be repeated.BY work. trimmed
"Those first three games will Kenny Mack has
Greer and end, tackle David Crown.Kenny Mack be awfully important to us," Two Way Standout down to 218 pounds, and withit

NIS NISSEN Niblack said as he scanned the picked up strength, speed
1963 Record: Won 8, Lost 0, Johnson letter-
a two-year
Assistant Sports Editor awesome slate. "They're all and agility, and is the. creamof
Tied .
Improving an 8-0-2 football fine teams, and we'll have to mho, is a top flight runner the tackle crop.

:.s.. ,, r..:.., :, .. ; Jim Niblack (Florida record is like climbing Mount play two of them away." I and also a defensive standout.He Pound
) 260 Soph
is expected to play halfback -
kssowr.rai.oa __ ._yN A_._ all the
>h. Everest. It's uphill way. -
TALENTED DUO WILL DO Outlook: Another outstand- Rugged Foe along with his quarterbacking -
QUARTERBACKING FOR GHS. But it's entirely within the He lettered and started six
I Chris Johnson (L) Likes To Throw So ing season appears to be in on offense.
Does Jackie Eckdahl"By
store for GHS fans this fall. realm of possibility for Coach Niblack has added an out-of- games last season as a mam-
Jim Niblack and his Gaines- state eleven this year that I End and guard appear to be moth 260-pound sophomore. I

ville High School Purple Hurri- could prove to be as rugged as the strong points on a line that Craig Learned Artie Wilson
TITLE DOOR canes. any of the Florida foes. Chat- boasts more muscle than and Dale Turlington all should

They'll take the field this tanooga Central, many times poundage. press for playing time with ,
I month loaded with power-run- Tennessee state champion, Mack.
Ten of the team's 15 returning -
ning backs and muscular linemen comes to town Oct. 23 for what
lettermen stationed at! Niblack plans to concentrateon
Lobos and with every intention may turn into an interestingseries. are
Knocking Again I I of mauling and mangling their the two positions, six at end two platoon ball, with his
the defensive
opponents into submission.GHS and four at guard. biggest problem
Senior Al Giffen a two-year secondary which was heavily
I. muscled its way past 'letterman and All Area end Al Simmons, a letter winner hit by graduation."We .
ABE CHANIN the Western Conference shape all but Palatka and Orlando last year at halfback, has been
Sports Editor, Boone settling for 6-6 and last season, will have a great switched to the flanks where are going to try to have \
Arizona Daily Star 0-0 deadlocks last year in a deal to do with the degree of! his 180 pounds should play an a good offensive and good defensive -
PHOENIX, Ariz. It's a rich with success experienced by the \1
1 season was important role. he said. "We certainly -
problem of keeping the Wolf- glory. Hurricanes this time around. hope we are successful and

pack away from the door once 11 The Region 3 crown fell before The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder has David Crown and Kent Shep-- don't have to play too n_ many-----..
more in the Rocky Mountains.The the Hurricanes' assault shifted to halfback in a strategy pard, both 170 pound two boys b th'ays.."
Lobos that's the